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Mealy’s

The Autumn Sale 2015 Tuesday 20th and Wednesday 21st October


THE AUTUMN FINE & DECORATIVE SALE 2015 Tuesday 20th & Wednesday 21st October 2015 at our Castlecomer Saleroom, Kilkenny Road, Castlecomer, Co. Kilkenny commencing at 11am The sale includes the collection of Mr. Tony Murphy, late of Millockstown, Ardee, Co. Louth and formerly of Smarmore Castle and Baltrasna House, on the instructions of Mrs. Sheila Murphy. There are many items on sale that were acquired by Mr. Murphy directly from the Taaffe family when he purchased Smarmore Castle, including an exciting archive of social history. Having trained as an accountant, Tony worked at Ballymascanlon Hotel before moving to Kingscourt Brick which he later acquired, providing employment for many. He was affectionately known to his family as ‘four sheds Tony’, recalling the Smarmore Castle many sheds he built to house his collection of salvaged material. He had a diverse range of interests, including the Irish language, athletics, cross country running, archaeology and gardening. He was also an accomplished artist. The sale also includes the collection of the late Ann Williams formerly of Dew Park, Tullamore, Co. Offaly; the collection of The Very Reverend Father Walter Forde P.P., late of Castlebridge, Co.Wexford and of Clonattin, Gorey, Co.Wexford; and the collection of the late Mr. Niall Nolan, of Sandfield House, Oak Park, Co. Carlow.

Public Viewing: Sunday 18th (noon - 5pm) Monday 19th (10am - 5pm) Illustrated Catalogue €10 (admits 2) Sorry – No children under 12 years of age

Front Cover: Lot 1198 Back Cover: Lot 617 Inside Front Cover: Lot 883 Inside Back Cover: Lots 1209, 1214 Sale Reference: 0241 All estimates shown are in Euro (€)

Directions: – Coming from Dublin – Take M7 out of Dublin, followed by the M9. Take the Athy exit off the M9 and continue through Athy and onto Castlecomer. In Castlecomer, follow the N78 for Kilkenny. The new auction gallery is situatied 2km south of the Castlecomer Town Centre Square on the N78. Take a left between the Country Life Glanbia building and O’Shea Plant Hire, and drive into Castlecomer Business Park. – Coming from Cork – Take the M8 out of Cork to the termination of the M8 motorway. Continue along the N8 through Cullahill into Durrow. Take the N77 from Durrow to Ballyragget, followed by the R694 from Ballyragget to Castlecomer. Take a right at the Castlecomer Town Centre Square onto the N78 for Kilkenny. The new auction gallery is situated 1.9 km south of the Castlecomer Town Centre Square on the N78. Take a left between the Country Life Glanbia Building and O’Shea Plant Hire and drive to the large designated car park in Castlecomer Business Park. – Coming from Kilkenny – Take the N78 north, in the direction of Castlecomer. Take a right between O’Shea Plant Hire and the Glanbia Country Life Building and drive to the large designated car park in Castlecomer Business Park.

Castlecomer, Co. Kilkenny, Ireland Tel: +353 (0)56 4400942 info@mealys.ie www.mealys.ie Design & Print: Lion Print. Tel. 062-61258

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CONTACTS

George Mealy Senior MRICS MSCSI Managing Director george@mealys.ie George is a licensed auctioneer with 40 years experience in the sale and valuation of fine & decorative art and personal property. He is a fully accredited member of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors, in the faculty of Art & Antiques. He is also a member of the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland. His specialties include period furniture, paintings, silver, porcelain, militaria and clocks.

George Gerard Mealy BBLS, Attorney-at-Law Director of Business Development georgegerard@mealys.ie George Gerard studied Fine Art Valuation in Southampton Solent University before graduating with a double major with honours in Business & Law at UCD. He then trained with PricewaterhouseCoopers Advisory Services during which time he sat and passed the New York bar exams. He is member of the New York State Bar Association and is a qualified attorney. He began training in Mealy’s in 2008 and is primarily focussed on business development and auxilliary services.

Sara Kenny ASCSI Consultant sarakenny@mealys.ie Sara has over 25 years experience in the furniture and fine art profession and is a fully accredited associate of the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland. She previously worked in the fine art department at Hamilton Osborne King and was a consultant with Adam’s.

Mary Gaynor Consultant marygaynor@mealys.ie Mary holds an MBA degree from Bordeaux Business School, specialising in wine. As proprietor of Wine Academy Ireland, she is one of Ireland’s foremost wine educators.

Lucy Coleman

David Mealy

Cait Madigan

Auctions Administrator lucy@mealys.ie

Operations & Logistics Manager david@mealys.ie

Reception caitmadigan@mealys.ie


Order of Sale 001-100: Miscellaneous Decorative Art I 101-200: Asian, South Asian, and Tribal Art 201-300: Silver and Silver Plateware 301-374: Militaria, Edged Weapons, and Guns 375-445: Rare Books, Manuscripts, and Ephemera 446-460: Jewellery 461-500: Glass 501-559: Vintage Wine, Champagne, Port, and Whiskey 560-700: Miscellaneous Decorative Art II 701-End: Furniture, Paintings, Carpets, Light Fittings, etc.

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7 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY PROFILE WAX RELIEF PORTRAIT, An Elegant Lady, facing right with a high lace ruff collar, wearing pearl earrings, necklace and head piece and jewelled bodice, holding a mirror in her right hand, 4.5in (12cm). (1) 150 - 250 8 A 19TH CENTURY GOOD GOLD AND WHITE LUSTRE HISPANO- MORESQUE DISH, Valencia (Benicalad), centre crest with a cockerel within an inscribed band, 15.25in (40cm). (1) 150 - 250

1 1 AN UNUSUAL LATE 19TH CENTURY TERRACOTTA FIGURE, modelled as a monkey holding an egg, with glass eyes in seated position and tail curled, 12.5in (32cm). (1) See Illustration

150 - 250 2 AN ATTRACTIVE THIRTY NINE PIECE LIMOGES PORCELAIN COFFEE SERVICE, with plates, coffee cups, saucers, cake plate, coffee pot, sugar and cream. (39) 80 - 100 3 AN ATTRACTIVE PAIR OF SITZENDORF PORCELAIN TABLE CANDLESTICKS, Each modelled as a cherub holding an infant, on a flower encrusted base, 12in (30cm). (2) 150 - 250 4 A VICTORIAN PARIAN FIGURE, modelled as the Virgin Mary standing on a serpent, on an octagonal plinth, 24in (61cm) high. (1) 20 - 50 5 A PAIR OF STAFFORDSHIRE FIGURES, 19th century, The Cobbler and his Wife, 6.5in (16.5cm). (2) 20 - 30 6 AN ATTRACTIVE PAIR OF SAMSON CHELSEA CANDLESTICK GROUPS, one modelled as a lady with colourful dress, by a flowering shrub and a sheep seated by her feet, flanked with a candle arm to her left, on a scroll base, the other a gentleman by a flowering shrub and a dog by his feet and holding a bird in his right hand and a candle arm to his right, one as is with arm detached, 10in (25cm)h. (2) 100 - 200 4

9 TWO MID 18TH CENTURY STAFFORDSHIRE WHITE SALT GLAZED STONE WARE CORNICOPIA WALL POCKETS, c.1750, each with spiral reeded body below a shaped and moulded border with fruiting vines and perched birds, one 8.25in (21cm), the other 8in (20cm). (2) Provenance: Mount Congreve Sale July 2012 The Lady Charlotte Schreiber Collection 18121884, Addendum Sheet Lot 970. 500 - 700

15 A SET OF SIX COLOURFUL FLORAL AND BUTTERFLY DECORATED PORCELAIN DESSERT PLATES, 8.25in (21cm); together with a thirteen-piece Boots China breakfast tray set, comprising breakfast cup and saucer, side plate and entree plate, tea pot, hot water pot, salt and pepper stand, toast rack, muffin dish and cover and a jam and honey pot. (a lot) 100 - 200 16 A MIXED BOX LOT, comprising assorted ceramics; various figures, ornaments, candlesticks, Wedgewood Jasperware, various art woodworks, three painted metal figures, assorted papal souvenirs, cake stand, etc. (a large box lot) 50 - 70 17 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS CERAMICS, including pink rose pattern tea service; various plates dishes; bowls; tureens; candle sticks; vases, etc. (a lot) 50 - 70

10 AN ENGLISH CERAMIC TRANSFER PRINTED CHEESE DISH AND COVER, an English Chinoiserie printed biscuit jar with plated cover and mount, a stoneware tea pot and cover, and a stoneware salt pot. (4) 15 - 30

18 A hand painted Royal Doulton cabinet plate, decorated with a landscape titled “Aberfoyle” and signed by J. Hughs with shaped gilt edge, 10½” (27cms) H/3 7864 E6080. (1) 60 - 100

11 A PAIR OF CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN GROUPS, one depicting a man with goat, the other, a woman with lamb, each with faux Chelsea anchor mark, 8in (20cm). (2) 70 - 120

19 A VERY ATTRACTIVE MOTHER-O-PEARL INLAID AND FLORAL DECORATED PAPIER MACHE TEA CADDY, of sarcophagus form, the hinged top with a gilt edge, opening to reveal a double lidded compartment, 8in (20cm). (1) 100 - 200

12 A PAIR OF LATE 19TH CENTURY SAMSON POWDER BLUE AND FAMILLE ROSE VASES AND COVERS, each decorated with floral panels, 12in (31cm). (2) 150 - 250 13 AN UNUSUAL PAIR OF ROYAL WORCESTER TWO-HANDLE VASES, late 19th century, each basket weave body overlaid with gilt leaf and flower sprays, under an oval Greek key neck, raised on four rustic legs, 8in (20cm) high, 9in (23cm). (2) 300 - 500 14 A 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH BOTANICAL DESSERT SERVICE, comprising a pair of stemmed comports and ten plates, each decorated with colourful flowers within a shaped gilt border. (12) 80 - 150

20 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN BEAD TAPESTRY HEAT SCREENS, each circular panel with an oriental design, inside a fringed border, on turned gilt and painted handles, over all height 16in (41cm). (2) 50 - 100 21 AN UNUSUAL PAIR OF REGENCY PERIOD FOUR PANEL FANS, each panel with printed scene depicting landscapes, seascapes and other illustrations on a pierced background, one as is, 17in (43cm) including handle. (2) 50 - 100

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Miscellaneous Decorative Art I 22 A PAIR OF MID 19TH CENTURY EMBROIDERED HEAT SCREENS, each with a colourful circular floral panel, inside gold thread fringe, on an ebonised, parcel gilt turned handle, overall height 15.75in (40cm). (2) 50 - 80 23 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN PAPER MACHE, MOTHER-O-PEARL INLAID AND DECORATED HEAT SCREENS, in the Chinoiserie style, with shaped oval panel, on a turned gilt handle, 15.5in (40cm) overall. (2) 80 - 120 24 A SILVER AND FAUX TORTOISE SHELL SPRING LOADED POCKET FAN, c.1910, with 7in (18cm) spread. (1) 50 - 75 25 A FINE REGENCY PERIOD FAN, with gilt metal sticks and ends, the hand painted leaf depicting Classical Scene in a Landscape, mounted in fan shaped case, the fan 16in (41cm). (1) 100 - 150 26 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL FAN, the leaf painted with a biblical scene with Christ and other figures on a pier, on ornate pierced and carved bone sticks, mounted in a bead moulded and painted glazed case, 23in (59cm). (1) 100 - 200 27 AN 18TH CENTURY MOUNTED BRISSE FAN, With ox bone, decorated with alternating portrait medallions and figures on the outer border, in gilt relief, the main panels decorated with royal figures, within landscapes, mounted within a leaf moulded inner frame, with three rosettes in an outer gilt glazed case, 8in (20cm)h x 16.5in (42cm). (1) 150 - 200 28 A STOP PRESS POBLACHT NA h-EIREANN, War News No. 5 Saturday Morning July 1st, 7th Year of the Republic, Headline The Fight Goes On, 22in (56cm)h x 15in (38cm). (1) 250 - 300 29 A EARLY ELECTION POSTER, Vote For Geoghegan, published by Eamon Donnelly and printed by the Fodhla Printing company Ltd. Dublin, mentioning Col. O’Higgins gets 3034, Dpt Higgins gets 360 per Annum and Dr. O Higgins MOH gets 1000 per anum, on green paper, 20in (51cm)h x 15in (38cm). (1) 80 - 150

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30 AN EARLY CIRCULAR PEWTER BOWL OR BASIN, With indistinct London touch marks, 11.25in (29cm); together with another early pewter bowl, with moulded rim, bares date 1754, touch marks to base, 9.75in (25cm). (2) 100 - 200 31 A MAHOGANY CASED EASTWOOD KODAK COMPANY PLATE CAMERA, With brass mounts and lens and with the trade label of J. Lancaster & Son Birmingham, with various plates. (1) 100 - 200 32 A LEATHER BOUND RIDING CROP, With interlaced leather grip and a concealed spike sword, with four gourds, 29in (75cm); together with a 19th century double edged broad sword, with cruciform hilt and leather grip, blade 23.5in (85cm). (2) 100 - 200 33 A GROUP OF TREEN KITCHENALIA, comprising meat tenderizer with turn handle; a wooden ladle with twisted handle; two club type pounders or mortars and a heavy copper flower scoop, with turned wooden handle and one other item. (6) 60 - 120 34 TWO SILVER TIPPERARY G.A.A MEDALS, on silver and blue enamel, the centre with a cut out model of The Rock of Cashel; the other mid Tipperary senior hurling championship, won by Thurles 1925. (2) 50 - 100 35 A G.A.A. SILVER GILT COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP MEDAL, won by Sarsfield Thurles 1964, with crested shield, team captained by Jimmy Doyle. (1) 180 - 250 36 AN ALL IRELAND 1946 TIPPERARY SILVER NATIONAL CROSS COUNTRY MEDAL, won by Tipperary, crested with the four provinces. (1) 180 - 250 37 THE OFFICIAL 1956 HULING FINAL PROGRAMME, with Cork vs Wexford senior hurling final and Kilkenny vs Tipperary minor hurling final, with photographs of the senior teams and other illustrations and advertisements. (1) 100 - 150

38 A 1976 SENIOR HURLING CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL PROGRAMME, Blackrock vs Glenrovers and the junior county hurling championship, Cloyne vs Ballymartle; together with the senior hurling championship final 1977, between Glenrovers and Barra Naofa and the junior hurling championship Bally Garven vs Eireann’s Own; and a 1984 St. Finbarrs vs Ballyhea senior hurling championship and the minors Brian Dillons vs Middleton and one other Cork Co. senior hurling championship final, St. Finbars vs Blackrock and junior hurling championship. (4) 80 - 120 39 FIVE ASSORTED CROKE PARK OFFICIAL ALL IRELAND PROGRAMMES, 1992 hurling final; 1993 football final; 1990 football; 1988 football final; 1990 hurling final. (5) 50 - 90 40 A G.A.A. GOLD OIREACHTAS MEDAL, won by Tipperary in 1964, the outer band cut and formed into a crescent pendant and the centre in the form of a ring. (1) 180 - 250 41 AN OLD BRASS POST OFFICE PARCEL SCALES, on an oak base, 15in (38cm). (1) 80 - 120 43 A PART CANTEEN OF SILVER CUTLERY, comprising eleven dinner forks, seven supper forks, eleven dessert spoons, six table spoons,four silver tea spoons, a pair of coffee spoons, a pair of sauce ladles, Sheffield 19181921, 2653g of weighable silver; together with a set of ten bone handled knives, a four piece carving set, silver mounted glass jar and other miscellaneous silver and silver plated cutlery; all in a fitted mahogany canteen case. (a lot) 400 - 600 44 FISHING: A THREE PIECE SPLIT CANE FISHING ROD, by C. Farlow of London, with spare tip, in original canvas case; another tubular fibreglass rod made by Jack Lyons, Cork, 8.5ft; together with another unmarked rod, the canvas inscribed WH Hamlin of Cheltenham; a sporting stick, a fishing net, a salmon gaff, miscellaneous reels, lines, flies, etc, (a lot) 80 - 120 45 A CUTGLASS DECANTER AND STOPPER, a heavy cutglass fruit basket, a cutglass bowl or vase, a cutglass fruit bowl, and an oval cutglass dish. (5) 80 - 120

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46 TAXIDERMY: Two stuffed pheasants, and a mink stole. (3) 30 - 50 47 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS PORCELAIN FIGURES, comprising hot water bottle, three chamber pots, various European and other figures, some carved wooden figures, etc. (a lot) 10 - 20 48 A 15-PIECE PORCELAIN FISH SERVICE, comprising six floral decorated plates, eight small kidney dishes, and a large serving plate, 24in (61cm). (a lot) 20 - 30 49 A JAQUES LAWN CROQUET SET, in original box, four mallets, a stand, eight balls, and seven iron hoops. (1) 150 - 250 50 A GEORGE III PERIOD INLAID MAHOGANY KNIFE BOX, the sloped front with an oval floral inlaid satinwood panel, within checkered lines, the serpentine front flanked to either side with a brass swing handle, 13.5in (34cm)h x 9.5in (24cm)w. (1) 300 - 500

51 51 A DACTILOCERAS ATHLETICUM COMMUN, of large form, on an associated stand, 22in (56cm) x 11in (28cm). (1) See Illustration

600 - 800 52 An early Brazilian Split Amethyst Crystal Shrine, with arched top, 12in (31cm) x 9in (22cm). (1)

54 A FINE DETAILED SCALE MODEL OF A THREE MAST SHIP, with good detail , the hull with two rows of port holes, the deck with six over hanging lifeboats, in glazed pitch pine case, 27in (69cm)h x 44in (112cm)W. (1) 200 - 300 55 A FINE GERMAN VINTAGE MINK COAT, by Pelzmoden Schad Essen - Haarzopf, the arms with folded leather cuffs. (1) 300 - 400 56 A TAN COLOURED CROCODILE SKIN LADIES VINTAGE HANDBAG, together with a vintage snake skin clutch bag with gilt metal chain suspender. (2) 80 - 150 57 A BLACK VINTAGE SNAKE SKIN LADIES HANDBAG, 12in (30cm)w; together with another black stained crocodile skin ditto. (2) 80 - 150 58 A MODERN GILT WALL MIRROR, with bevelled plate and classical relief moulded panel; together with a coloured engraving after Francis Wheatley Figures Outside an Inn; another coloured print The Night Watch, after Rembrandt; an Irish watercolour by Damhnait with triple arched bridge over a river, and a watercolour by Alfred Waterfall. (5) 80 - 120

62 A FINE 19TH CENTURY SERPENTINE SHAPED MICRO MOSIAC PAPER WEIGHT, the centre panel with a view of Saint Peter’s Basillica, Rome, and other smaller circular and oval panels depicting Italian architecture, 6.5in (17cm). (1) 700 - 1100 63 A PAIR OF LATE 18TH CENTURY OCTAGONAL SHAPED PORCELAIN CUPS AND SAUCERS, probably Chelsea, with red anchor mark to the base, decorated in the Kakiemon design, in red, white, blue and green, the cups with a large phoenix, butterflies and flowers and the saucers with two love birds amongst foliage with butterflies, the saucers 4in (10cm). (2) 300 - 500 64 A PAIR OF SEVRES STYLE PORCELAIN AND BRASS MOUNTED VASES AND COVERS, each with two leaf cast brass scroll handles, on an urn shaped body and square brass base with leaf scroll legs, 28.5in (72cm). (1) 400 - 700 65 A PAIR OF ATTRACTIVE COPELAND STONEWARE WALL PLAQUES, each with a named view, Hardwick Island on Thames and its companion Roman Ruin on the Danube, each 16.25in (42cm). (2) 180 - 250

59 A BOX OF MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS, comprising porcelain, glass etc. (a lot) 40 - 50 60 A HEAVY STONEWARE WHISKEY JAR, with the trade stamp Hugh Ruddy & Co. Ballina; together with a heavy stoneware cider jug. (2) 30 - 60 61 A heavy ironstone meat platter, 19th century, in the Imari style with flower decoration, 31” (53cms). (1). 60 - 100

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120 - 180 53 TWO CARNIVAL GLASS SUSPENSION CEILING LIGHTS, a pair of Victorian fawn glass and floral decorated lustre vases, 11in (28cm); five modern copper measures, graduating in size; a copper bed warmer and a cased set of twenty four crested fruit knives and forks and other miscellaneous items. (a lot) 80 - 120 6

66 A LATE 19TH CENTURY MEISSEN PORCELAIN VASE, with flared neck, encrusted with flowers and fruit and panels decorated with figures and flowers and applied with two cherub handles, on a stem base, 14in (36cm). (1)

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Miscellaneous Decorative Art I 73 A PAIR OF CONTINENTAL MAIOLICA EWERS, each with a grotesque spout and rustic handles, one handle broken and re-stuck, 14in (36cm); together with a blue and white stoneware ewer, as is; and another lage blue white and gilt Englishware ewer. (4) 70 - 120

67 A SITZENDORF PORCELAIN GROUP, modelled with elegant lady with basket of flowers and a gentleman seated with dog, on a Rococo style base, 10in (26cm); together with a Sitzendorf flower encrusted centre piece, with two figures, on a tri-form scroll base, 16in (41cm) and another German porcelain centre piece, adapted now fitted as a table lamp, 15in (38cm), and three German porcelain figures. (6) 200 - 300

74 A BOOTHS DRAGON PATTERN BLUE AND WHITE PART DINNER SERVICE, six pieces; four graduating blue and white porcelain plates; an attractive Noritake white and gilt oval dish; together with a lot of other miscellaneous plates, dishes and other ceramics. (approx 20) 60 - 90

68 FIVE SIMILAR SMALL SILVER THREE HANDLED TROPHY CUPS, various makers and dates, each approx 2.75in (7.5cm), combined weight 374g. (5) 70 - 90

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200 - 300 70 AN ATTRACTIVE THIRTY THREE PIECE BALMORAL CHINA TEA SERVICE, each piece decorated with blue band and gilt sprays on a white ground. (33) 80 - 150 71 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN WALNUT PRIE DIEUS, each covered in matching yellow fabric with tree design, raised on front cabriole legs. (1)20 200 - 300 72 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS CERAMICS, comprising a blue and white tureen stand; a hen on nest tureen; a two compartment Chinese bowl and cover; Ironstone sauce tureen and stand; tea pot, etc. (approx 16) 30 - 70

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80 A FIFTEEN PIECE PART FRENCH PORCELAIN DESSERT SERVICE, comprising three comports, each decorated with fruit inside a basket edge and twelve matching plates 9in (23cm), with similar decoration. (1) 150 - 200 81 AN UNUSUAL CREAM GROUND PORCELAIN VASE, transfer printed with colourful flowers and insets, the flaring neck applied with two lion mask handles, on circular stem base, 21in (53cm). (1) 70 - 120 82 A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH GREEN GROUND TWO HANDLED PORCELAIN VASES, each decorated with a panel of flowers, under a shaped and flared neck, under a stemmed foot, 8in (20cm). (1) 180 - 250

69 69 A SEVENTEEN PIECE PART EARLY 19TH CENTURY SPODE DESSERT SERVICE, comprising a large floral decorated stemmed comport, with shell handles; eight matching 8in (20cm) plates; a pair of oval boat shaped dishes; two pairs of other oval matching dishes and three shell shaped dittos, all with conforming decoration with flowers and insects. (17)

79 A PAIR OF CZECHOSLOVAKIAN FLORAL PRINTED PLATES, five Mintons floral decorated plates; a quantity of other attractive plates and dishes; a pink porcelain cache pot; and a blue and white dragon pattern cauldon dragon bowl. (a lot) 50 - 80

75 A MASONS IRONSTONE PHEASANT PATTERN TOILET BASIN AND EWER, together with a matching brush pot and soap dish, basin as is. (4) 30 - 50 76 TWO SIMILAR MATCHED TEA SERVICES, one Glendale pattern, approx 55 pieces. (55) 70 - 90 77 AN ATTRACTIVE GERMAN PORCELAIN FLORAL DECORATED TEA SERVICE, comprising twelve cups; twelve saucers; twelve side plates; two bread plates and a jug. (39) 70 - 120 78 A THIRTY ONE PIECE ARKLOW POTTERY DINNER SERVICE, complete with side plates, dinner plates, soup plates, three meat platters and a pair of vegetable tureens and covers. (31) 40 - 50

83 A COMPREHENSIVE NORITAKE IRISH BREAKFAST, DINNER, TEA SERVICE, morning jewel pattern, comprising seven large dinner plates; three large meat platters; a pair of vegetable tureens and covers; a pair of sauce boats and stands; seven soup bowls; six smaller cereal bowls; eight supper plates; eighteen side plates; five napkin rings; twelve coffee stemmed cups and saucers; nine tea cups; thirteen saucers; three jugs; two sugar bowls; coffee pot; tea pot; five two handled soup bowls; three piece condiment set; six egg cups and two bowls. (approx 127) 180 - 250 84 AN ATTRACTIVE NORITAKE COFFEE SERVICE, Bell Empress pattern, comprising six cups; six saucers; six plates; a bread plate; sugar bowl and jug and a coffee pot; together with a thirty five piece Crown Dynasty dinner and tea service. (2) 100 - 150 85 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS ART POTTERY, Arklow and Wexford, including a five piece Keogh pottery priests alter set, various cups, jugs, tea pot, coffee pot etc.. (14) 30 - 40

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86 A PAINTED GULL FEATHER FAN, on bone sticks and guards, 9in (23cm); together with another gull feather and peacock feather fan, decorated in gouache with birds and flowers. (2) 50 - 100 87 A VERY UNUSUAL FLORAL PAINTED AND RIBBON WORK FAN, with shaped sticks, on a brass ring, in box. (1) 50 - 100

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88 AN EXTREMELY FINE PAIR OF LATE 18TH CENTURY / EARLY 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN GROUPS, one modelled as a young Bacchus with bunches of grapes and a vine tiara and a leopard skin pelt, on a circular base, and its companion a cherub with a floral tiara, semi draped with birds in a nest, a pair, 18.5in (48cm)h. (2) See Illustration

1200 - 1800 89 AN ATTRACTIVE BRASS MOUNTED MACHINE TAPESTRY BELL PULL, with bell; together with a machine wall tapestry depicting a harvest scene, 42in (107cm)h x 58in (148cm)w. (1) 80 - 120 90 AN UNUSUAL REGENCY PERIOD EBONY PEN TRAY, With shaped gadroon and leaf moulded edge and two lion masks, 11.5in (29cm); together with a similar oval hand mirror, with leaf and Greek key design and central portrait in relief, 11in (28cm) and an Eastern brass hand mirror, with oval plate and chased design, 12in (31cm). (3) 70 - 120 91 A PAIR OF RECTANGULAR SERPENTINE SHAPED BROWN AND WHITE MEAT PLATTERS, 18in (46cm), and another smaller blue and white ditto. (3) 40 - 60 8

92 A SET OF TWENTY-FOUR BONE HANDLED FISH KNIVES AND FORKS, in oak presentation case; together with a brass bound mahogany coin box, a wooden concertina box, a parquetry inlaid box of playing cards, and a 19th century mahogany desk stand, probably adapted. (5) 30 - 50 93 AN OCTAGONAL SHAPED INLAID AND CROSS BANDED SATINWOOD REVOLVING BOOK STAND, with railed sections, raised on four cabriole legs, 28in (71cm)h x 16in (41cm). (1) 100 - 200 94 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS CURIOS & HEIRLOOMS, comprising a crested and silver mounted large Meerschaum pipe, another similar ditto, signed by the maker Albin Klitsch, two heavy ivory bangles, early 19th century, an ivory glove stretch, a carved ivory model of a crocodile, an ivory mounted Eastern dagger, a silver mounted deer foot desk seal, and a 19th century moulded walnut snuff box cover with figures merry-making outside an Inn, stamped Rejouissance Flamand (Flemish Rejoicing). (a lot) Provenance: Smarmore Castle 100 - 200

100 AN UNUSUAL CHINESE TURQUOISE GROUND FAMILLE ROSE BOWL, with seal mark, 8” (20cms). (1) 80 - 150 101 A HEAVY CARVED CHINESE INK STONE, in fitted wooden case, inscribed with calligraphy, 8in (20cm)w. (1) 100 - 150 102 A CHINESE HEXAGONAL BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN TEA CADDY, with turned wooden cover, 6in (15cm); together with a smaller serpentine shaped ditto with mahogany cover, 5in (13cm). (2) 30 - 50 103 A CHINESE DARK BLUE BOTTLE VASE, the cylindrical neck, with double blue circle to base, 4.75” ( 11.5cm), together with a cylindrical powder blue vase, 18th century, the base with two concentric blue circles, 4” (10cm), together with a Cantonese bowl (modern),10”( 26cm), together with a Cantonese cup (lacking handle), and a blue and white brush pot, broken and reattached, as is. (5) 20 - 40

95 A bronzed lead Relief, depicting a profile Portrait of a Lady, 5½” x 4” (14cms x 10cms). (1) 60 - 120 97 C. CAIVJON, 19TH CENTURY ITALIAN SCHOOL, Madonna and Child, signed, inscribed and dated Roma 1875 lower right, in ornate medieval style moulded frame, 11in (28cm)h x 7.5in (19cm). (1) See Illustration

700 - 1100 98 A PAIR OF HEAVY AFRICAN CARVED EBONY TRIBAL HEADS, 8in (20cm). (2) Provenance: Smarmore Castle 80 - 120 99 An early Chinese blue and white porcelain dish, with central medallion within three line bands, 9in (23cm). (1) 250 - 500

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109 104 A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE BOWL, 19th century, decorated with stylized scrolls, on circular foot, 6.5in (16.5cm)d. (1) 80 - 120 105 A PAIR OF CHINESE BALUSTER SHAPED PORCELAIN FAMILLE ROSE VASES, modern, each with temple lion handle, 10in (26cm); another Chinese vase, 9in (23cm) and a Chinese famille rose tea pot and cover. (4) 70 - 90 106 A RECTANGULAR CHINESE FAMILLE VERTE PORCELAIN PANEL, decorated with fish amongst sea weed and six rows of calligraphy, 14.5in (36cm)h x 10in (26cm). (1) 200 - 300 107 A CHINESE BALUSTER SHAPED FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN VASE, decorated with birds and colourful flowers, 17in (43cm), bears six character mark to base. (1) 800 - 1200 108 A 19TH CENTURY JAPANESE SAUCER DISH, the centre painted with a fan depicting two Japanese ladies and a landscape beyond, 13.25in (34cm); together with another Japanese imari dish, 11in (28cm). (2) 100 - 150 109 A PAIR OF GOOD 19TH CENTURY CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE DOUBLE GOURD DRAGON VASES, each decorated with two dragons and cloud designs, four character mark to base, 11in (28cm). (1)

113 110 A LARGE CYLINDRICAL CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE BRUSH POT, decorated in two panels, one with figures in an interior, the other a coastal scene, 6in (15cm) h. (1) 100 - 200 111 A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE JAR AND COVER, decorated with warriors and horses in landscape, within an upper and lower incised border, the cover decorated with figures on a blacony, 13.5in (34cm)h. (1) 200 - 300

115 A CHINESE FAMILLE VERTE ROULEAU VASE, decorated with royal figures and attendants, 18in (46cm)h. (1) 1000 - 1200 116 A VERY FINE LARGE PAIR OF CARL THIEME POTS CHAPPEL PORCELAIN VASE AND COVERS, each pierced and domed cover surmounted with a cherub seated on fruit, each body profusely decorated with flowers and fruit, surmounted with four cherubs each holding garlands, two to either side on a conforming stem base, 28in (71cm)h. (2) See Illustration on page 10

112 AN INDIAN CARVED TEAKWOOD UPRIGHT PANEL, 19th century, the top decorated with five serpent heads above three figures, the serpents entwined throughout, 93.75in (238cm) high, 14in (36cm) wide. (1) 300 - 500

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113 A RARE 19TH CENTURY BANUM MASK, Cameroon, with braided hair and beard, the carved face probably elm, with bulging eyes and nostrils and an open mouth showing teeth, 16in (41cm)h x 12in (32cm)w. (1) See Illustration

300 - 500 114 A BALUSTER SHAPED TURQUOISE GROUND VASE, decorated with love birds and butterflies, amongst colourful flowers, under a flared neck 17in (43cm). (1) 50 - 100

117 117 A FINE CHINESE POLYCHROME CERAMIC QUANYIN, seated within a green leaf shrine, with vase in her left hand, and red bead in her right hand, adorned in jewellery simulating turqoise and coral on an ornate wave base, 26in (66cm) high, 18in (46cm) wide. (1)

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118 A DELICATE CHINESE WHITE PORCELAIN BOWL, decorated with two four claw dragons, in light green, square blue seal mark to base, 8in (20cm). (1) 380 - 450

124 A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE MEIPING VASE, decorated with figures in a mountainous river landscape, six character mark to base, 14in (36cm)h. (1) 1000 - 1200

119 A CHINESE PORCELAIN VASE, with two pierced dragon form handles, the body decorated with birds in flight and flowering branches, four character mark to base, 15in (38cm)h. (1) 300 - 400

125 A CARVED CHINESE CHERRYWOOD FIGURE, modelled as a Buddha pulling a large bag; an old Chinese lock and a double gourd Chinese pendant, and a jadeite seal with temple lion. (4) 50 - 70

120 A PAIR OF BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFER PRINTED CERAMIC SHALLOW BOWLS, in the Chinoisserie style, by F. R. & Co. in monogram with ship, 11in (28cm). (2) 80 - 120

126 A CHINESE WHITE JADE BANGLE, 4in (10cm) diameter. (1) 200 - 300

122 A JAPANESE SATSUMA VASE, 12in (31cm)h; another Chinese baluster shaped powder blue vase and cover, decorated with figures,15in (38cm); together with two porcelain saucer dishes. (4) 150 - 200

127 A CHINESE SHALLOW DRAGON DISH, the centre decorated with flowers and the underside with trailing dragons, six character mark to base, 8in (20cm); together with a Cantonese celadon ground plate, decorated with bird, butterfly and flowers, 9in (23cm). (2) 100 - 150

129 129 A 19TH CENTURY CHINESE CELADON AND BLUE GROUND BALUSTER SHAPED MORIAGE VASE, with flared neck, the boy decorated in relief with figures in a garden and the reverse side with two flying bats, 14.25in (36.5cm)h. (1)

123 A KEICHOUSAURAS MARINE REPTILE FOSSIL, with long tail and neck, embedded within a natural stone plack, 12in (30cm) high 8.25in (21cm) wide. (1) See Illustration

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128 A CHINESE BALUSTER SHAPED RED TREACLE GLAZED MEIPING VASE, 15.5in (39cm). (1) 400 - 500

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Asian, South Asian, and Tribal Art 131 TWO HENRIOT QUIMPER PLATES, each 9.75in (25cm). (2) 50 - 70 132 A CHINESE PORCELAIN YELLOW GROUND BOWL OR VASE, decorated with bats, swastikas and roundels, four character mark to base, 6in (16cm). (1) 800 - 1000 133 A CHINESE BRONZE BUST OF A BEARDED MAN, head and shoulders on a loose marble stand in the form of a book volume, 6.5in (16.5cm). (2) 100 - 200 134 A LARGE CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN BRUSH POT, decorated with figures in an interior and a river landscape, 6in (15cm)h x 7in (18cm)d. (1) 300 - 400 135 A GOOD PAIR OF CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE GINGER JARS, late 18th, early 19th century, each of bulbous reeded form, each with four panels, depicting phoenix and dragon, double blue circular marks to base, 9in (23cm). (2) 1000 - 1200

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136 A LARGE OLD “ROYAL SOCIETY OF PRINCES” COURT MASK, Babanki-Tungo, Bamileke, from Bamoun, Cameroon, from the Bangwa kingdom showing a benevolent expression and radiating chiefly confidence and goodwill. The mask shows a frieze of naked warriors supporting a coronet of cattle heads indicating the royal herd. A large heavy example with good encrusted patina but showing some wear and tear due to age and storage. 60 x 40cm approx. (1) 350 - 500 137 A CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN PILLOW, decorated with fruit, flowering branches, birds and bats, 7in (18cm); together with a small Chinese stone ware tea pot and cover. (2) 100 - 150 138 A VERY LARGE PAIR OF CANTONESE FAMILLE ROSE URNS AND COVERS, O.R.M., each domed cover surmounted with a temple lion and decorated with figures in an interior, the body painted with various panels depicting figures in interiors, flowers, fruiting shrubs, pheasants, butterflies etc. 52in (132cm) h. (2) 200 - 400

140 A FINE PAIR OF CHINESE GU SHAPED POLYCHROME DECORATED GREEN GROUND ALTER VASES, each decorated with vases, scrolling flowers, fish etc. the trumpet shaped vase section with a knop centre and raised on a domed base, with Greek key border, 11in (28cm). (2) See Illustration

600 - 1000 141 AN UNUSUAL CHINESE RELIEF MOULDED WALL MOUNTED BALUSTER SHAPED VASE, with temple lions in relief and two mask handles, six character blue mark to base, 8.5in (22cm) high x10in (26cm) wide. (1) 30 - 50 142 A LATE 18TH CENTURY BLUE AND WHITE DELFT BOWL, probably Liverpool, decorated with flowers and butterflies, 8.5in (22cm). (1) 100 - 150 143 A FINE POTTERY MODEL OF CAPARISONED CAMEL, Tang Dynasty 618-907, standing four square, saddled, in shades of cream, red and brown, on rectangular base, 16in (41cm)h. (1) See Illustration

139 AN UNUSUAL CHINESE BRASS BOUND AND COWPERED PITCH PINE CHURN, the brass top embossed with dragons, with brass mounted pole agitator, 47.5in (121cm)h. (1) 180 - 250

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144 A FINE POTTERY MODEL OF CAPARISONED CAMEL, Tang Dynasty 618-907, standing four square,saddled, in shades of red, brown and yellow, on rectangular base, 16in (41cm)h. (1) See Illustration

1000 - 1500 145 A PAIR OF CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN BOWLS, each decorated with scrolling foliage and with a six caracter mark to base, 3.5in (9cm)h x 7.25in (8cm)d. (2) 400 - 500 146 A WESTERN HAN DYNASTY PAINTED FUNERARY POTTERY MALE ATTENDANT, with one forward hand with clenched fist and one by his side, also with clenched fist, in a white, and tan robe, flaring at the knees, in standing position wearing boots, , 18in (46cm). (1) See Illustration

1000 - 1500 147 A COLLECTION OF TEN MISCELLANEOUS CHINESE AND JAPANESE NEEDLEWORK PICTURES, various sizes and frames. (10) 80 - 100

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148 A JAPANESE BRONZE AND GILT METAL INLAY AND OVER LAY BOX, the rectangular cover with women crossing a bridge and a pagoda beyond, the interior with three slots, 3.5in (9cm); together with small Japanese small gilt metal souvenir box, with views of the Niagara Falls, by the M.M Company, 3in (8cm). (2) 80 - 120 149 A FINE JAPANESE IMARI BOWL, of unusual design, the shaped rim above a series of fan panels depicting various designs, including landscapes, birds, etc., above a large well depicting a phoenix with outswept wings, the outer body with similar design, three-character mark to base, 7in (17.5cm) x 12.5in (31cm) wide. (1) 300 - 500 150 A WESTERN HAN DYNASTY PAINTED FUNERARY POTTERY FEMALE ATTENDANT, with hands held forward, in a red cream and brown robe, flaring below the knees and wearing boots, on a rectangular plinth, 20in (51cm). (1) See Illustration

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151 151 A 19TH CENTURY JAPANESE LACQUERED AND GILT METAL MOUNTED CABINET, with two doors enclosing an arrangement of six drawers and a cupboard, raised on a Victorian rosewood stand, with four cabriole legs, 38in (96cm)h x 20in (51cm)w. (1) See Illustration

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Asian, South Asian, and Tribal Art 157 A PUNU LUMBO FOREHEAD MASK, Gabon, with antique hairstyle, dark stain, 39cm high, 28.5cm wide, 14cm deep. (1) 100 - 200 158 A CARVED CHINESE SOAP STONE GROUP, modelled with Buddha and young boy, and a pair of soapstone seals, each surmounted with a temple lion. (3) 5 - 10

152 152 A FINE JAPANESE SHIBAYAMA IVORY CANE, signed, the handle overlaid with mother-o-pearl insects, the silver collar probably associated, mounted on a malacca shank, 35in (89cm). (1) See Illustration

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153 153 A CHINESE GLAZED STONEWARE PILLOW, modelled as a reclining woman, in blue , cream and tan, lying on a shaped bed, 8in (20cm)h x 15in (38cm)w. (1) See Illustration

800 - 1200 154 A SOWEI SOCIETY HELMET MASK, Mende, Sierra Leone, comprising wood with Janus heads, 30cm x 22cm. (1) 100 - 200 155 A SANDE SOCIETY HELMET MASK, Mende, Sierra Leone / Liberia, comprising wood with traditional hairstyle. These masks are used solely by members of the womens’ Bundu or Sande society. The masks represent the guardian water spirit Sowe and depict the small delicate features desirable in young girls. They display various elaborate hair styles and older masks are often surmounted by a crest depicting human heads, birds or animals. The rolls around the neck are thought to indicate rolls of fat found desirable by male Mende! Size: 30x25cm 150 - 250 156 A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN STICK STAND, O.R.M., of cylindrical form, 21in (53cm). (1) 80 - 150

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159 A CHINESE HARDWOOD CYLINDRICAL PLANTER, 7in (18cm). (1) 100 - 150 160 A CHINESE AMBER JADE BANGLE, another Chinese carved green jadeite bangle; together with two cut and un-mounted gemstones. (4) 80 - 150 161 A PAIR OF CHINESE CELADON GROUND BALUSTER SHAPED CANDLE STICKS, possibly Song, each on glazed and fixed pierced base, 5in (13cm). (2) 100 - 200 162 A TERRACOTTA COLOURED PUMPKIN SHAPED CHINESE TEA POT, with rustic handle and rustic cover, the body etched with calligraphy and a landscape, square seal mark impressed on base, 8in (20cm). (1) 150 - 200 163 A PAIR OF IRON RED GROUND TEMPLE LIONS, O.R.M., each on a rectangular moulded fixed plinth, 13.5in (35cm). (2) 70 - 90 164 A VERY ATTRACTIVE CHINESE PORCELAIN BOWL AND COVER, profusely decorated with fish, flowers, fruit, parasol, vases, etc., the cup and cover with a red Greek key border, six-character mark to cover and base, 4.25in (11cm). (1) 500 - 800 165 A MASQUERADE MASK, DAN, LIBERIA/ IVORY COAST, with filed teeth, round eye sockets, horns and bark, 37cm high, 29cm wide, 30cm deep approx. (1) 500 - 800 166 AN UNUSUAL HAND MADE DOUBLE ENDED TRIBAL COMB, With geometric designs 9.25in (23cm). (1) 60 - 100

167 A SET OF FOUR 19TH CENTURY CHINESE PAINTINGS ON RICE PAPER, each depicting colourful flowers and moths, 7.5in (19cm) high, 12.5in (32cm) wide. (4) 150 - 250 168 19th CENTURY INDIAN SCHOOL (RAJASTHAN) Krishna and Cowgirls ,with Figure in Dark Clouds Beyond, gouache on cloth (linen and mixed media), 19in (48cm)h x 31in (79cm)w. (1) 300 - 400 169 AN UNUSUAL FUNERARY/PLANK MASK, showing two contrasting styles - Goli/Baule, Ivory Coast, a particularly interesting and mask showing a combination of two distinct styles. The lower panel shows the traditional features of a young woman with eyes and mouth closed as in death but with the scarification and hair style very carefully rendered. The upper mask is in typical Goli style with protuberant eyes showing tears and a grimacing mouth. The mask is surmounted with buffalo or possibly cow horns indicating the high status of the young woman. The mask carries a decorative carved design linking both halves and shows strong traces of red and white pigment. There is therefore reason to suppose that this mask may have been danced at the funeral of a young girl of some importance. Size: 90x30cm approx. 600 - 1000 170 A JAPANESE IVORY BOX AND COVER, profusely carved in relief, with six tigers and a rhinoceros, 3.5in (9cm). (1) 200 - 300 171 A PAIR OF EARLY CHINESE IMARI SPITOONS, decorated with flowers, each with a handle and a dish top, one as is, 5.5in (14cm). (1) 100 - 150 172 A LARGE KUBA FEMALE DIVINATION FIGURE, Luba, DRC, with excellent patina, bowl with traces of ‘’muti’. This patently antique statue has its origin among the LUBA peoples of the Katanga/Kisai region of the Congo. (now Democratic Republic of Congo). Successful divination required various sacred objects to be placed in a bowl for subsequent interpretation by a Spirit Medium while in a state of trance. These bowls come in different shapes and sizes but the potency of the magic is increased in this case by being held by a female figure. Women, and particularly old or pregnant women, are believed to be closer to the spirit world. Evident age and good patina. Chip to rim of bowl, hair-line cracks & some insect damage consistent with age. 65x20cm approx 1000 - 2000

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173 A RHYTHM POUNDER FIGURE, Senufo, Ivory Coast, Deble, good patina, 67 x 15cm. 300 - 500 174 A 19TH CENTURY DECALCOMANIA BALUSTER SHAPED GLASS VASE, decorated in reverse with Chinoiserie figures, insects and birds, 9in (23cm). (1) 70 - 120 175 AN ALTAR MEMORIAL FIGURE, Luba, DRC, modelled as a renowned hunter with elephant tusks, 48 x 15cm approx. 400 - 700 176 AN ANTIQUE GUARDIAN SONGYE NKISI, Angola/DRC, in hardwood, great patina, old damage, 38 x 13cm. 300 - 500 177 A 19TH CENTURY CANTONESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN BOWL, decorated with flowers birds and insects, 8.25in (21cm); together with another similar; two small Cantonese dishes, 5.5in (14cm) and a Cantonese porcelain jar and cover with similar decoration 6in (15cm). (5) 80 - 150 178 A 19TH CENTURY CHINESE PORCELAIN BOWL, decorated with flowers and bird, 8.5in (22cm) and another small Chinese Cantonese bowl, decorated with figures in landscapes and interiors, 7.25in (18.5cm). (1) 60 - 90 179 A Chinese Famille Verte vase, O.R.M., with peacock decoration, 12in (30cm). (1) 30 - 60 180 AN ANTHROPOMORPHIC DRUM ATOP A FEMALE STANDING TORSO, Makonde, Tanzania/Mozambique, wood & hide. A somewhat amusing anthropomorphic light drum from the Makonde people inhabiting the borders of Tanzania and Mozambique. The body is a graphic and accurate representation of a mature female torso. The chest and back carry an extensive incised geometric pattern and there are pierced lugs for attaching a carrying strap. The circular drum-head is of tanned and scraped goat skin stretched over the hollow frame and solidly pegged to retain tension. Evident age and good patina but some insect or other damage to feet. 94 x 17cm 1200 - 1800

181 AN ANTHROPOMORPHIC WATER JAR, Djenne, Mali, of terracotta, modelled as a female bust with kitab. 300 - 500 182 AN ANTIQUE AKAN GOLD DUST CASKET OR CONTAINER, Ashanti, Ghana, probably 19th century - possibly earlier, Kuduo,cast brass. A relatively rare example of a cast brass storage casket, intended to hold valuables including gold dust which, together with slaves, formed the bedrock of the nation’s wealth and acted as the main medium of exchange. The cast body, which has a traditional openwork base, shows signs of early repair. There is an ornamental frieze at top and bottom with an applied sunburst design and eight small studs. The body bears faint signs of an Arabic cursive style decoration The heavy lid sports a pair of mythical beasts, possibly spirit leopards, depicted in the act of devouring a goat. Size: 21 x 15cm (approx). 2500 - 4000 183 A BRONZE FIGURE OF AN OBA WITH SWORD AND SPEAR, Benin, Edo, Nigeria, possibly 19th century. The figure of an Oba or perhaps a General of the state of Benin wearing a tall early period coral bead headdress and coral necklace. The dress is traditional for the 19th century and the figure carries a ceremonial sword and spear. Notwithstanding, the figure is accoutered for ceremony rather than war. The figure has been cast by the traditional “lost wax” method and is well finished with appropriate patina Size: 28 x 14cm (approx) 600 - 1000 184 A PAIR OF EDO BRONZE COURT DWARVES, Benin, Nigeria, beautifully cast with good patina. Cast in bronze by the traditional ‘’lost wax’’ method these fully detailed figures are in the tradition of the dwarves (usually two) retained by various Obas (rulers) of Benin at their courts from at least the 15th century. Dwarves, in the tradition of court jesters everywhere, were kept principally as entertainers but sometimes also as spies and minor officials. One of their primary functions was to detect evil aimed at the ruler and to prevent harm coming to him. They were allowed considerable licence in performing their function. These complementary figures are true to type, have been carefully crafted and exceptionally well cast by a skilled foundryman. Excellent weight, condition and patina. 42 x 18cm approx. 1500 - 2500

185 A PAIR OF OLD BRONZE OGRE STATUETTES, Bamoun, Cameroon/Mali, original purpose unknown. This pair of small ogre-like figures (male and female) is finely detailed and cast by the traditional ‘’lost wax’’ method, probably from Cameroon or possibly Mali. The features, bodily characteristics and items of dress and decoration are carefully detailed and the pose suggests that the figures had some specific purpose. The arms are raised and the hands cupped as if holding a bar. Each figure has a carefully made hole in the middle of the back suggesting that they may have been fixed to an item of royal furniture such as a trunk. Very good condition and patina. 20 x 15cm (approx). 600 - 1000 186 A CHINESE BLACK AND GILT LACQUERED BOX, 19th century, with domed cover, decorated all over with panels of animals, figures, birds and a central dragon, within floral bands and spandrels, 10.5in (26cm), together with a papier mache Chinese pen box, 19th century with slide-out interior depicting musical group, with ivory coloured faces, 9in (23cm), a similar papier mache pen tray with figures amongst foliage, 10.5in (27cm), and a matching cylindrical papier mache brush pot, decorated with similar figures by pavilions, 5in (13cm). (4) 70 - 120 187 AN IMPORTANT BEAUTIFULLY CARVED CHIEF’S MANCALA GAME BOARD, Bamileke, Cameroon, Important, beautifully carved. This unique gaming table is designed for the popular game of Mancala, (or bao as it is known in East Africa). The table has twelve bowls arranged in two rows with a holding bowl at each end. The winner is the player who ends up with all the counters. It previously formed part of a matching suite of domestic furnishings with similar decoration and was obviously intended for use by a person of considerable importance. The piece appears old with good patina and has obvious signs of use but no significant damage. 118 x 30 x 30cm approx. 1500 - 2500 188 AN INTRICATELY CARVED TRADITIONAL CHIEF’S STOOL, Ashanti, Ghana, in light wood, 34 x 54cm. 600 - 1000 189 A VERY OLD AND RARE CEREMONIAL PIPE, Dogon, Mali, of gourd, copper and lion bone, 36 x 13cm. 300 - 500 190 A CONTEMPORARY SHONA AFRICAN HARDWOOD GROUP, Zimbabwe, modelled as a pair of warthogs, 16 x 45cm. 300 - 500

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Asian, South Asian, and Tribal Art 191 A 19TH CENTURY CHINESE BLANC DE CHINE PORCELAIN FIGURE OF A GUANYIN, holding a scroll in her left hand, in seated position, the back with an impressed seal mark, 9in (23cm). (1) See Illustration

400 - 600 192 AN EARLY BRONZE AND GILT BRONZE FIGURE, of the Buddha Shakyamuni, seated with legs crossed holding bowl in both hands, his robe overlaid with numerous phoenix, on a lotus type base, six character mark or inscription on reverse of base, 8.25in (21cm). (1)

195 A PARTICULARLY FINE CERAMIC AND WOOD CEREMONIAL PALM WINE FLASK, with a diamond motif and a stopper carved in the shape of a crouching male guardian; origin possibly Baule Ivory Coast. 500 - 800

199 A lobed Chinese famille verte porcelain bowl, with green interior, the exterior decorated with two cockerels, moths and flowers, 8¼in (21cm). (1) 40 - 80

196 A PAIR OF MODERN CANTONESE PORCELAIN JARS AND COVERS, each of cylindrical form, 6in (15cm); a pair of Chinese style Winton ware jars and covers; a pair of modern Chinese vases; a small Chinese figure; an attractive Japanese vase and a pair of small Japanese dragon vases. (10) 70 - 120

200 A Chinese Famille Rose Mug, decorated with figures and caligraphy under a flared neck, four carricature mark, 4” (10cms). (1) 40 - 80

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400 - 600 193 A WOODEN LUBA DANCE WAND, Congo, with geometric cross hatching and surmounted with a figure, 65 x 10cm. 100 - 150 194 A PAIR OF CHINESE CARVED BAMBOO BRUSH POTS, each carved with figures on different levels, with trees and pavilions, 5.5in (14cm). (2) 80 - 150

197 A TALL CHINESE RED AND WHITE VASE, decorated with genies and scrolling foliage, 25in (64cm); together with a small Japanese bowl and three saucers. (5) 80 - 120 198 AN OVAL OGEE SHAPED CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE SOUP TUREEN AND COVER, decorated in the Export style with European hunting scenes, as is 15in (38cm); together with a large Chinese famille rose vase, decorated with panels of flowers, as is, 12in (30cm). (1) 100 - 150

201 A HEAVY CIRCULAR SILVER SALVER, Birmingham 1905 by Barker Bros. with double bead edge and raised on three scroll legs, 8.25in (21cm), 418g. (1) 200 - 250 202 AN IRISH SILVER BRIGHT CUT SUGAR BOWL, Dublin 1906 by J.S. the boat shaped body with a swing handle, raised on an oval stem base, 7in (18cm) 263g. (1) 300 - 500

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203 A SET OF SIX IRISH LATE GEORGE III SILVER CRESTED SHELL TOP FIDDLE PATTERN TABLE FORKS, Dublin 1816 by James Scott, combined weight 537g. (6) 300 - 350

213 A GEORGE III SILVER HELMET SHAPED CREAM JUG, by Peter, Ann and William Bateman, London 1800, with reeded handle and edge 4.5in (11.5cm), 116g. (1) 50 - 100

204 A SILVER TWO HANDLED SUGAR BOWL, Birmingham 1946, with chased edge on stem foot, 5.5in (14cm) 207g. (1) 80 - 120

214 A cased silver celtic style sugar caster and cream jug, the sugar caster Birmingham George VI 1937 the cream jug Chester 1937, 296g in all. (2). 70 - 120

205 A GEORGE III CRESTED SILVER ASPARAGUS TONGS, by Robert Cruickshank London c.1800, 11in (28cm), 151g. (1) 150 - 250 206 A WILLIAM IV PERIOD FIDDLE PATTERN SILVER SAUCE LADLE, London 1832; another similar C.1809; another Victorian silver ditto; and a pair of George IV silver crested fiddle pattern fish knives, London 1827, combined weight 284g. (5) 220 - 250 207 A CASED SET OF TWELVE BRIGHT CUT SILVER COFFEE SPOONS, Sheffield 1936. (1) 70 - 120 208 TWO EARLY DUTCH SILVER APOSTLE SPOONS, each with rat tail bowl, one engraved with a horse and inscribed; together with an 18th century continental rat tail spoon with shell top. (3) 100 - 150 209 A PAIR OF SHEFFIELD PLATED TALL CANDLESTICKS, 11.5in (30cm). 50 - 100 210 TWO SIMILAR OLD ENGLISH TAPER PATTERN SILVER PLATED SOUP LADELS, together with a pair of old English taper pattern silver plated basting spoons. (4) 50 - 70 211 AN UNUSUAL SILVER PLATED SIX SECTION TOAST RACK, with cricket bat dividers, 7.5in (19cm). (1) 50 - 80 212 A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY SILVER PLATED CANDLE STICKS, Each in the Adams style, of square tapering form, on square moulded base, 13in (33cm). (2) 30 - 60

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215 A FIVE PIECE SILVER PLATED CELTIC STYLE TEA SERVICE, comprising tea pot, hot water pot, sugar, cream and tray, each with Celtic bands. (5) 100 - 150 216 A SEVEN PIECE HEAVY SILVER PLATED CONDIMENT SET, comprising three lidded mustard pots, with liners, raised on lion mask paw feet; a pair of matching salt tubs with liners and a pair of matching pepper castors; together with another four piece set comprising a pair of vase shaped pepper castors on lion paw feet and a pair of boat shaped salts with liners. (11) 50 - 100 217 A SET OF FOUR CRESTED SILVER PISTOL HANDLED DINNER KNIVES, with steel blades, three silver king pattern fruit knives with silver blades and other silver handled fruit knives, three with silver blades and a silver handled fruit fork. (13) 60 - 90 218 FIVE SIMILAR BRIGHT CUT SILVER SUPPER FORKS, and a pair of George IV silver desert spoons, Edinburgh 1823, 267g. (7) 80 - 150 219 A CIRCULAR RUSSIAN WHITE METAL DISH, with religious relief to the centre and a small candlestick; two small plated wine coasters; a pair of plated photo frames; a silver backed brush; a modern Belleek porcelain harp; together with a Masons Ironstone basin and ewer, 20th century. (9) 40 - 80 220 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS PLATE WARE, comprising six silver plated tankards and three silver plated sauce boats. (8) 20 - 40

221 AN ART DECO SILVER CIGARETTE BOX, Birmingham 1936, with three panel machine turned arched top, 6.5in (17cm). (1) 100 - 150 222 AN ATTRACTIVE PAIR OF IRISH ROCOCO STYLE SILVER CANDLESTICKS, by Royal Irish Dublin 1975, each with a tri-form frame with leaf scroll, supporting a leaf cast urn socket and drip tray, 7in (18cm), 1214g. (2) 400 - 600 224 A REGENCY PERIOD SILVER PLATED AND CRESTED BULBOUS SHAPED TEA URN, with two lion mask and ring handles and a band of strawberries, raised on four reeded supports, each terminating in a paw, on a quatrefoil base with ball feet, 12in (31cm)h; together with an egg shaped egg boiler, with bird finial and an ornate heavy silver plated chafing dish, with two handles and domed cover, on a fixed stand with spirit lamp and with shell capped cabriole legs with scroll feet, 18in (46cm). (3) 100 - 150 225 A PAIR OF SMALL SILVER DWARF CANDLE STICKS, Birmingham 1901 and a silver vase of hexagonal trumpet form, 10.5in (27cm). (3) 70 - 120 226 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS SILVER, comprising a machine turned cigarette box, 5.5in (14cm); a small silver mounted photo frame modern; a small silver dish or coaster; a silver Dutch trinket tray; a pair of small Birmingham silver salt tubs; a triangular silver tea caddy and one other small continental silver dish. (8) 100 - 120 228 A SET OF SIX CHINESE SILVER TEA SPOONS, another plated ditto; a pair of small silver salts; a pair of matching spoons; a silver mustard; swan salt; lace pull and a glove stretch. (14) 50 - 90 229 AN UNUSUAL EARLY 20TH CENTURY SILVER PLATED TABLE TOP PHOTO FRAME, with leaf and oval cartouche crest and the back inset with a bakelite panel, 15.25in (39cm)h x 10in (25cm)w. (1) 80 - 120 230 A FOUR PIECE SILVER PLATED TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE by Mappin & Webb, Sheffield, comprising a tea kettle and warming stand; a coffee pot; a tea pot; a sugar bowl and jug. (5) 80 - 120

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Silver and Silver Plateware 232 FOUR SMALL TWO HANDLED SILVER TROPHY CUPS, one with cover and two larger ditto, combined weight 439g. (6) 60 - 100 233 Six silver plated Bottle Labels, for Port, Moselle, Rum, Ginger, Marsala, and Whiskey, together with five enamel Labels for Whiskey, gin, Chartreuse, Sherry & Scotch Whisky. (11) 50 - 70 234 A FOUR PIECE ART DECO SILVER BRUSH AND MIRROR VANITY SET. (4) 30 - 40 235 A CANTEEN OF KINGS PATTERN AND OTHER CUTLERY, the majority Newbridge, comprising dinner forks; supper forks; steak knives; dinner knives; supper knives and other bone handled cutlery, all contained in a three compartment oak cutlery case with two drawers. (1) 80 - 150 236 A SET OF THREE IRISH SILVER BOTTLE OR DECANTER LABELS, each formed with a horse within a horse shoe frame, on chained pendant, Dublin 1987. (3) 60 - 100

238 A RUSSIAN SILVER-GILT CHARKA, with the mark of Pavel Ovchinnikov Moscow C.1890, the sides chased with felines amidst foliage and Cyrillic inscription below the rim, the shaped flat handle chased with a bird, the interior with further chasing depicting fish and other Marine life, above a band of Vitruvian scroll, 2.75in (6.5cm)d, 90g. (1) See Illustration

700 - 1100 239 A FINE 18TH CENTURY GERMAN PORCELAIN GILT MOUNTED DOUBLECOMPARTMENT SNUFF BOX of elongated form, each end with a hinged cover, the sides finely painted with figures in harbour scenes and river scenes with figures to the outer covers and the under covers decorated with cupids in garden scenes, 2.25in (6cm) high, 3in (8cm) wide, 1.75in (4.5cm) deep. 500 - 700 240 A SILVER PLATED NUT COMPORT, the bowl in shell form and the handle surmounted with a squirrel, on stem base. (1) 20 - 30 241 A HEAVY TWO-HANDLED SILVER PLATED TRAY, with pierced foliate rim, (worn). 28in (72cm) . (1) 50 - 100 242 A CASED SET OF SIX SILVER HANDLED FRUIT KNIVES, six other silver handled fruit knives, and a set of gilt metal fruit knives and forks. (a lot) 40 - 80

243 AN ART NOUVEAU SILVER FRONTED TIME PIECE, Birmingham 1913, with wooden case , 6in (15cm)h x 5.25in (14cm). (1) 100 - 200 244 A PART CANTEEN OF SILVER FLATWARE, comprising five hourglass pattern table forks, four supper forks, pair of table spoons and four dessert spoons, 1196g. (15) 300 - 500 245 A SET OF FOUR BRIGHT CUT FEATHER EDGE SILVER SOUP SPOONS, London 1860; together with four fiddle pattern Victoria silver supper forks and a set of three silver fiddle pattern dessert spoons, 640g. (11) 150 - 220 246 SIX SIMILAR BRIGHT CUT SILVER TEA SPOONS, five of which are Irish, various dates; together with seven other assorted silver tea spoons, 237g. (13) 80 - 150 247 A SET OF NINE FRENCH SILVER AND SILVER GILT COFFEE SPOONS, each with attractive design in relief; together with a set of five coffee spoons by Mappin & Web; a French silver gilt coffee spoon; a silver kings pattern salt spoon, weighable silver 182g. (16) 40 - 60

237 237 A RARE 14K GOLD BUTTON HOLE WATCH, with Swiss bar movement, 1in (2.5cm). (1) See Illustration

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248 A PAIR OF LATE VICTORIAN SILVER APOSTLE SPOONS, 1894; an unusual George III English silver oil spoon; a Birmingham silver wish bone silver spring action sugar nips and a Victorian silver brandy ladle. (5) 80 - 150 249 TWO SIMILAR IRISH SILVER CRESTED AND HANOVERIAN PATTERN SILVER TABLE SPOONS, one George II Dublin 1736, the other late George II Dublin 1751, 132g. (2) 100 - 200

256 19TH CENTURY AUSTRIAN SCOOL Young Shepherd Boy Playing a Flute at the Edge of a Mountain, oil on panel, signed with monogram and date ‘70, 6.5in (16cm) high, 8in (20cm) wide; and its companion, a similar subject by the same hand, depicting a young lady seated on a bench, each in oak leaf and acorn moulded frame. (2) 400 - 600 257 A SILVER PLATED AND OVAL CUTGLASS BISCUIT JAR, with cover and stand, 9in (23cm) wide. (1) 80 - 120

250 AN IRISH PROVINCIAL TEA SPOON, by Toleken of Cork, c1795-1807; another similar by Carden Terry & John Williams; another by Carden Terry & Jane Williams; a bright cut crested silver salt shovel by Carden Terry Cork 1765-’95 and a small Irish crested silver pastry fork, Dublin c.1790 and one other silver spoon stamped EE.Gerike. (6) 80 - 120

258 A SILVER HIP FLASK, by Walker & Hall Sheffield 1924 with cup, 242g, 6.5in (16.5cm). 1) 100 - 150

251 A GEORGE III IRISH BRIGHT CUT SILVER SUGAR TONGS, by Benjamin Tait Dublin c.1791, with shell grips; together with a William IV silver fiddle pattern sauce ladle; a silver cigarette case and two sterling silver heart shaped pendants for charity and obedience, 299g. (5) 80 - 140

260 A 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SILVER MOUNTED MEERSHAUM PIPE, in leather case. (1) 50 - 100

252 A PAIR OF LATE 19TH CENTURY RECTANGULAR SILVER PLATED ENTRÉE DISHES AND COVERS, with handles and gadroon edges, 11.5in (29cm). (2) 80 - 120

259 A SILVER HIP FLASK, London 1915, 179g, 6.25in (16cm). (1) 180 - 250

261 A PAIR OF SHEFFIELD SILVER PLATED TELESCOPIC CANDLESTICKS, each on shaped leaf and scroll cast base, 9in (23cm) approx. (2) 50 - 100 262 A SET OF SIX HEAVY SILVER PLATED KINGS PATTERN TABLE SPOONS, eight steel dinner knives, with silver Kings pattern handles; thirteen fruit knives; eight fruit forks and other assorted cutlery. (a lot) 80 - 150

253 AN UNUSUAL LEATHER BOUND GILT METAL MOUNTED PERFUME CASKET, enclosing three square bottles, each with stopper, the hinged cover with a swing handle, and a rectangular bronze panel depicting a seated classical woman, and a similar larger oblong bronze panel to front and rear, depicting scrolling vines, etc. 7in (17.5cm) wide. (1) 200 - 300

263 A SET OF TWELVE VICTORIAN SILVER CRESTED SHELL TOP AND HOUR GLASS TABLE FORKS, by George Angell, London 1853, combined weight 1170g. (12) 350 - 450

254 AN UNUSUAL SILVER PLATED SIX SECTION TOAST RACK, with musket rifle dividers, 8in (20cm) wide. (1) 50 - 70

264 A SET OF TWELVE VICTORIAN SHELL TOP HOUR GLASS PATTERN SUPPER FORKS, London 1855, combined weight 809g. (12) 180 - 250

255 A LARGE SILVER DRESSING TABLE MIRROR, with cartouche crest, the frame chased with scrolling foliage around a bevelled plate, 22.5in (57cm) high, 15in (38cm) wide. (1) 800 - 1200

265 A SET OF TEN HEAVY SILVER PLATED KINGS PATTERN OR HOUR GLASS DESSERT SPOONS, by W. Cummins, Dublin 1823, combined weight 608g. (9) 150 - 200

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266 A WILLIAM IV PERIOD SILVER CREAM JUG, of helmet form, London 1831, by W.M Kingdon, the baluster shaped body chased with shamrocks, thistle and rose, on a stem base, 4.5in (12cm)h, 191g. (1) 220 - 320 267 A CIRCULAR SHEFFIELD SILVER PLATED SWING HANDLE CAKE BASKET, chased with fruit and leaf sprays, 12in (30cm); together with a pair of silver plated Sheffield candle sticks, 11in (28cm). (3) 120 - 160 268 A SILVER PLATED STEM ROSE BOWL, a hotel ware coffee pot; sugar bowl; two cream jugs; a pair of small flower vases; twelve kings pattern silver plated coffee spoons; two silver oval plated entree dishes and a quantity of miscellaneous cutlery. (a lot) 40 - 60 269 A THREE PIECE SILVER TEA SERVICE, Birmingham 1925, comprising stemmed tea pot with wooden handle; a two handled stemmed sugar bowl and a stemmed cream jug, combined weight 769g; togehter with a silver sifting spoon and a plated ditto. (5) 300 - 400 270 A FINE IRISH SILVER DISH RING, by Neill (Belfast) Dublin 1907, with trellis and scroll panels overlaid with hanging vines, other foliage, birds and ribbon bows, 8in (20cm), 379g. (1) 1000 - 1500 271 AN IRISH SILVER HELMET SHAPED CREAM JUG, Dublin 1974, raised on a square stem base, 6.25in (16cm), 150g. (1) 100 - 150 272 A THREE PIECE SILVER TEA SERVICE, Birmingham 1922, comprising a pot belly stemmed tea pot and a matching sugar and cream, 553g. (3) 300 - 500 273 A SILVER HELMET SHAPED SAUCE BOAT, London 1914, with bell flower edge and oval stem base, 177g; together with a pair of fiddle pattern bright cut table spoons, London 1817, 133g. (3) 150 - 250 274 A GEORGE III IRISH SILVER TEA POT STAND, Dublin 1797 with moulded edge on four legs, 7.25in (18cm), 164g. (1) 200 - 300

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Militaria, Edged Weapons, and Guns 275 A PIERCED SILVER PLATED BREAD BASKET, Birmingham 1904 with lobed sides, on four shell scroll legs, 11.5in (29cm), 361g. (1) 140 - 160 276 A VICTORIAN SILVER BALUSTER SHAPED JUG, London 1850 by W.R. Smily with double scroll handle on an embossed reeded body with four scroll legs, 6in (15cm), 258g. (1) 150 - 250 277 AN OVAL SILVER TOBACCO BOX, London; a pair of Birmingham silver pepper casters; an oval pierced silver salt tub and a square silver cigarette box. (5) 80 - 120 278 A FOUR PIECE MACHINE TURNED ART DECO STYLE BIRMINGHAM SILVER GROOMING SET, with two brushes, hand mirror and comb, in fitted case. (1) 100 - 150 279 A HEAVY STEMMED SILVER PRESENTATION ROSE BOWL, London 1898, with gadroon edge and half reeded and fluted body, on a conforming circular stem base, 973g, 9.75in (25cm). (1) 400 - 600 280 A GEORGE III SILVER OGEE SHAPED CREAM JUG, London 1807, with shaped handle and raised on four ball feet, 140g. (1) 150 - 220 281 A SHEFFIELD SILVER PLATED THREE PIECE PUMPKIN SHAPED TEA SERVICE, comprising a tea pot, two handled sugar bowl and a jug, each on four shell legs. (3) 60 - 90 282 A PAIR OF PIERCED SILVER VASES, by Walker & Hall of Sheffield, early 20th century, each with baluster shaped tapering stem, under a pierced bowl, on circular foot, 8in (20cm); together with a silver goblet and a silver two handled trophy cup. (4) 100 - 150 283 A HEAVY TWO HANDLED SILVER PLATED SERVING TRAY, with gadroon edge and leaf cast handles, 26in (66cm); another oval silver plated gallery tray 18in (46cm); a small plated salver; assorted plated cutlery; a nickle plated card case; a tea strainer; a desk top calender, etc.. (a lot ) 80 - 90

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284 A TWO PIECE CASED CARVING SET, a three piece similar ditto; a part set of fruit knives and forks cased; two modern hip flasks; a Waterford crystal desk clock with pen holder; a sterling silver gondola; a similar three sail boat; two silver plated figures seated on a bench; a five compartment dish on silver plated stand and other miscellaneous items. (a lot) 50 - 70 285 A SET OF THREE GRADUATING BRASS INLAID AND BRASS MOUNTED BOXES, with hinged covers; a pewter holy water font; a brass stationary stand; inlaid box with two packs of cards; various figures; a German porcelain monkey wall pocket; carved figure of a bearded man and other miscellaneous items. ( a lot) 40 - 70 286 A SMALL SILVER CHAMBER CANDLE STICK, with cruciform handle; an art nouveau silver vase; a smaller similar ditto; a white metal sombrero trinket tray; a white metal two handled basket with portraits in relief; a silver plated cannon gun and an oval miniature porcelain portrait of the Madonna. (8) 70 - 90 287 A PAIR OF OVAL VICTORIAN SILVER PLATED AND BEAD MOULDED ENTREE DISHES, COVERS AND HANDLES, 11.75in (30cm); together with a rectangular ditto, 10.5in (27cm); a plated dish stand, with two handles and a swing handled pierced cake basket. (5) 50 - 80 288 A SET OF SIX VICTORIAN SCOTTISH SILVER DESSERT SPOONS, Edinburgh 1859 & 1871, combined weight 305g. (6) 100 - 150 289 A SILVER PLATED BALUSTER SHAPED COFFEE POT; a pair of heavy silver plated sauce boats; a vase shaped two handled wine cooler; an oval silver plated two handled tray and a glass biscuit jar with silver plated handle. (6) 50 - 80 290 A RECTANGULAR SILVER PLATED SANDWICH CASE, a pocket aneroid barometer by J. Hicks London, in leather case and a collection of five various silver and silver plated pocket watches. (7) 70 - 90

292 FOUR VICTORIAN IRISH SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN DINNER FORKS, five similar supper forks, three dessert spoons, one table spoon, five tea spoons; two egg spoons and a supper knife, various dates, some with the crest of the Taffe Family Smarmore Castle, 778g. (a lot) 250 - 350 301 AN EMERGENCY RESERVE IRISH BRONZE SERVICE MEDAL, 1939-1946, two bars on white striped red ribbon. (1) 80 - 120

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302 A SWEPT HILT RAPIER, probably north European with wire bound grip and reeded pommel, the hilt with a rope and swept design and a double edged blade, 39.5in (100cm). (1) See Illustration

180 - 220 303 A 17TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL RAPIER, with chased shell guard hilt and pommel on a double edged spear point blade, 35in (89cm) as. is. (1) See Illustration

100 - 150 304 A LARGE COLLECTION OF VARIOUS MILITARY BUTTONS AND BADGES, representing various Regiments including the Hampshire Regiment, The Air League 2nd division, Royal Scottish Regiment helmet badge, The Royal West Kent Regiment, contained in ten pouches, from various members of the Taffe family. (a lot) 150 - 250 305 1921-1971 IRISH SURVIVORS MEDAL, complete with top bar and ribbon; together with an Irish Emergency service medal 1939-46 with two bars and ribbon and one other Irish War of Independence Cormac Medal (black and tan medal) 1919-1921, with two bars and black and amber ribbon, all awarded to Mr. Thomas Hogan, 47 Shanowen Drive, Santry, Dublin 9; together with a small archive with photographs, registered envelopes and two original discharge letters, one from Collins Barracks 1943 and the other from Portebello Barracks 1943, one signed by Cpt. A. Brockle Bank and the other signed by Commandant M.J Ledwith and copy of a letter from Ltn. Sean O’Neill regarding Tom Hogan 4th May 1955. (a lot) 1000 - 1500 19


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306 AN EARLY ZULU SPEAR, With rustic shaft and iron point, 67in (170cm); together with a smaller ditto, with hand turned hardwood handle, 30in (77cm) and one other heavy spear, with interlaced wire grip and club finial, 57in (145cm). (3) 100 - 200 307 AN EMBOSSED COPPER POWDER FLASK, with deer and dog in a landscape, by G & J.W Hawksley Shefield 8in (20cm); together with two other brass mounted embossed copper powder flasks, 8in (20cm). (3) See Illustration

80 - 150 308 AN IRISH EARLY 19TH CENTURY CAVALRY OFFICER’S SWORD BY JOHN READ OF DUBLIN, RETRIEVED FROM THE FIELD OF WATERLOO AFTER THE BATTLE, with 29 inch (74 cm) curved single edged blade, regulation ormolu stirrup hilt, silver wire-bound leather covered grip, in its original ormolu mounted scabbard (gilding to hilt and scabbard mounts worn), the upper scabbard mount engraved “J. Read, Maker, College Green, Dublin”, and the central scabbard mount additionally later engraved “From the Field after a Charge by the Union Brigade near Ohain Road 1815”. Some service wear, the hilt quillon chipped and numerous contact marks to the cutting edge of the blade. At Waterloo, Wellington took up a defensive position along a long ridge running east-west, perpendicular to and bisected by the main Paris to Brussels road, along the line of which Napoleon was advancing. The Ohain Road ran along the crest of the ridge, directly in front of the bulk of Wellington’s cavalry and infantry. The Union Brigade of cavalry at Waterloo, so named because it comprised one English, one Irish and one Scottish regiment, made their celebrated charge across the Ohain Road at the height of the battle, to drive back Napoleon’s cavalry, who were attacking Wellington’s infantry squares along the Ohain Road. The Irish regiment of that brigade, the Inniskilling Dragoons, lost one officer killed in action at Waterloo, Lieutenant Michael Clusky, shot from his horse by a French infantryman during the charge across the Ohain Road, just after the Inniskillings had engaged the French cavalry in hand to hand combat. Note: 2015 is the Bi-Centenary of the Battle of Waterloo 1800 - 2200 309 A FLINT LOCK PISTOL, by Richards London, the octagonal barrel 6.25in (16cm), inscribed London on the rib, front and rear barrel sight, the steel lock signed Richards, (hammer broken) on three quarter walnut stock with iron furniture checkered grip, missing ramrod, 12in (30cm). (1) See Illustration

310 THREE UNUSUAL 19TH CENTURY EMBOSSSED AND BRASS MOUNTED COPPER POWDER FLASKS, all approx 8in (20cm). (3) 70 - 120 311 AN IRISH GEORGIAN MIDSHIPMAN’S DIRK BY THOMAS READ & CO. OF DUBLIN, plain 5¼ inch (13.5 cm) double edged blade of diamond section, ornate one-piece carved Irish bog-oak grip with broad cushion shaped pommel, plain brass scabbard engraved with maker’s details “Read & Co., MAKERS, 4 Parliament St.”, 10.5 inches (27cm) long overall, circa 1810. Thomas Read established himself independently at 4 Parliament Street in 1782, but only began trading as Read & Co. from 1808 onwards. Not to be confused with John Read, also a sword cutler during the same period, who had premises at 8 College Green. It is unlikely that this midshipman’s dirk was worn by an Irish midshipman of either the Royal Navy or United States Navy, both of which, by the beginning of the 19th century, has established traditions regarding the pattern of naval dirks to be worn by their midshipmen, and to which pattern this naval dirk, with its unusual bog-oak grip, does not conform. It is therefore more likely that it was worn by an Irish midshipman serving with one of the other navies of the day, perhaps the Argentinian Navy of the Irish born Admiral William Brown (1777-1857), or the Napoleonic Navy, for example. See Illustration

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315 AN IRISH FLINT LOCK BLUNDERBUSS, probably for a mail coach, with three stage brass cannon barrel, stamped with Dublin registration mark DU-1352, on three quarter walnut stock with brass furniture and steel lock, the brass butt cap struck with the same Dublin registration, the barrel 14.5in (37cm), overall 31in (79cm). (1) See Illustration

700 - 1100 316 A 19TH CENTURY BRASS MOUNTED COPPER POWDER FLASK, by James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield, embossed with a shell pattern 8in (20cm); another similar and one other embossed with trellis pattern cartouche. (3) 120 - 160

A selection of Powder Flasks from lots 307 to 335

312 A DOUBLE BARREL PERCUSSION BELT PISTOL, unsigned 6.75in (16.5cm), Damascus barrels with three quarter walnut stock (broken) iron furniture, checkered grip, missing ram rod, 12in (30.5cm). (1) See Illustration

180 - 250 313 AN EMBOSSED AND BRASS MOUNTED COPPER POWDER FLASK, with shell and scroll design, by G & J.W. Hawksley Sheffield and two other similar 19th century powder flasks, 8.25in (21cm) approx. (3) 80 - 150

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314 A 19TH CENTURY ROYAL IRISH CONSTABULARY .450 CALIBRE MARTINIHENRY CARBINE, with 20 inch (52 cm) barrel, steel ramrod, the mahogany stock with brass disc inset with RIC armoury inventory number, impressed “R.I.C. 4340”, the stock additionally impressed with two War Department “birds foot” markings and inventory number “CBR.29.CO.30”, 36 inches (92 cm) long overall approx, replacement pigskin shoulder sling. Barrel deactivated. See Illustration on page 43

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317 317 A GOOD FLINTLOCK MILITARY CARBINE, c.1800, with three quarter walnut stock and brass furniture, steel ram-rod, steel lock, brass butt cap with Wicklow registration Mark 42in (107cm) overall. (1) See Illustration

400 - 600 318 A 19TH CENTURY EMBOSSED COPPER POWDER FLASK, by Dixons & Sons Sheffield, of reeded design with bead bands, 8in (20cm); another by G & W.H Hawksley Sheffield, embossed with deer and fox head amongst oak leaves, 8.25in (21cm) and one other unusual flask embossed with a vase of flowers. (3) 100 - 150 319 A SIDE BY SIDE 12 BORE SIDE LOCK PERCUSSION GUN, by Chas Osbourne & Co., London, decommissioned, as is. (1) 80 - 120 320 A VERY HEAVY BRONZE FLOOR CANON, the barrel 17in (43cm)l, on a stepped wooden carriage with wooden wheels, 24in (62cm)l overall. (1) 900 - 1100 321 A PLAIN 19TH CENTURY BRASS MOUNTED COPPER POWDER FLASK, by G & j.W Hawksley Sheffiel 8in (20cm); a similar Sykes patent ditto and two embossed copper flasks, one with deer and fox head amongst oak leaves, the other with half reeded and fluted design, both by G & J.W Hawksley Sheffield. (4) 150 - 220

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322 A 19TH CENTURY EMBOSSED COPPER AND BRASS MOUNTED POWDER FLASK, with gun dog in a landscape, by Dixon & Sons Sheffield, 8in (20cm) ; two very similar reeded copper flasks and one other embossed flask indistinctly stamped. (4) 100 - 150 323 A PLAIN COPPER SYKES PATENT POWDER FLASK, 8.25in (21cm); an unusual copper flask embossed with game birds amongst foliage by Bartram & Co. Nimrod, 7in (18cm); an oval plain copper flask Sykes patent 6.5in (16.5cm) and one other Sykes patent flask. (4) 120 - 170 324 A GOOD 19TH CENTURY COPPER POWDER FLASK, improved patent by James Barlow & Co. Birmingham, embossed with game birds and animals, 8in (20cm); together with another identicle ditto, unmarked, one side embossed; an embossed copper flask by Dixons & Co and one other similar. (4) 120 - 160 325 FOUR 19TH CENTURY SHELL EMBOSSED COPPER POWDER FLASKS, one by Dixon & Sons; two by G & J.W Hawsley and one other unmarked. (4) 120 - 150 326 A 19TH CENTURY EMBOSSED COPPER POWDER FLASK, by Dixon & Sons, 7.75in (19.5); and three others similar. (4) 80 - 120

327 FOUR SIMILAR PLAIN 19TH CENTURY COPPER BAG SHAPED POWDER FLASKS, one by G & J.W Hawksley; another by Sykes and two others, all approx 8.25in (21cm). (4) 150 - 220 328 FIVE EMBOSSED COPPER POWDER FLASKS, 19th century, various designs, animals, game etc., all approx 8in (20cm). (5) 100 - 200 329 THREE EMBOSSED COPPER PISTOL POWDER FLASKS, 19th century and another similar brass ditto, each approx 5in (12cm). (4) 100 - 150 330 FOUR 19TH CENTURY POWDER FLASKS, one leather bound Dixon & Sons patent, 8.25in (21cm); another plain copper Dixon & Sons patent flask and two others unmarked. (4) 100 - 150 331 A SMALL SYKES COPPER PISTOL POWDER FLASK, 19th century, 4.75in (12cm) and four other similar, unmarked. (5) 120 - 170 332 FIVE ASSORTED 19TH CENTURY EMBOSSED AND STITCHED LEATHER SHOT FLASKS, wmbossed with various game and hunting scenes, 8.25in (21cm). (5) 150 - 220

333 SEVEN ASSORTED PLAIN STICHED LEATHER SHOT FLASKS, one Battie patent and one Sykes. (7) 80 - 150 334 A SYKES PLAIN COPPER PISTOL POWDER FLASK, 6in (15cm); together with two other smaller similar flasks. (3) 80 - 150 335 A PEAR SHAPED COPPER POWDER FLASK, 19th century with a chased oval panel depicting a hunting scene, 5.75in (14.5cm) and another plain pear shaped copper ditto. (2) See Illustration

60 - 80 336 AN 18 BORE SILVER MOUNTED FLINT LOCK PISTOL, by John Harmen London C.1750, with two stage twist off cannon barrel, 5.25in (14cm), signed under the pan and London above the breech, figured walnut butt with silver mounts and grotesque mask butt cap, 12.25in (31cm). (1) See Illustration

600 - 900 337 A GOOD CASED PERCUSSION POCKET PISTOL, by W& J Rigby Dublin, signed on the engraved lock and Dublin on the barrel flute, 4in (10cm) large bore barrel, full walnut stock with steel swivel ram rod, checkered grip, steel trap for lead balls, in fitted mahogany case, 9in (23cm). (1) See Illustration

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342 A RARE WILLIAM IV PERIOD CAVALRY OFFICERS REGULATION FLINT LOCK PISTOL, with round steel 9in (23cm) barrel, stamped with inspectors crown and proof marks, flat border line engraved lock with crowned W.R. and government inspection arrow also engraved to the tail of the lock Enfield, three quarter walnut stock with brass butt cap, triggar guard pipe and fore end, steel swivel ram rod. (1)

800 - 1500

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338 AN IRISH CASED TRANSITIONAL PEPPERBOX REVOLVER, by W & J Rigby of Dublin, with single octagonal barrel 5.25in (14cm), signed on the rib, six slot cylinder, double action bore hammer, checkered two part walnut grip, engraved lock and trigger guard 12in (30cm), in fitted case with Sykes copper flask, the case inscribed on the brass, Capt. Charles J. Coote, 18th Regt. (1)

339 AN ADAMS PATENT FIVE SHORT PERCUSSION REVOLVER, serial # 40659 by E. Whistler London, with octagonal barrel, (5.5in (14cm) checkered walnut grip swivel ram rod 12in (30cm), in fitted oak case with tools, bullet mould, powder flask etc. (1)

600 - 800 343 A CASED MINIATURE SCALE MODEL OF A ROYAL MAIL FLINTLOCK BRASS BARREL BLUNDERBUSS, on full walnut stock with brass furniture and brass tipped ram rod, 7in (18cm). (1) 350 - 500

344 A RARE IRISH FLINT LOCK MAN STOPPER PISTOL, by McDermott Dublin c.1795 with 4in (10cm) steel barrel, signed on the engraved flat steel lock, three quarter figured walnut stock with checkered grip and steel but cap, 8in (20cm). (1) See Illustration

500 - 700 345 A GOOD PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY DOUBLE BARREL OVERCOAT PERCUSSION PISTOLS, probably French with two side by side octagonal barrels, 4.5in (11.5cm), double hammers on a box lock with concealed triggers and trellis pattern lock panels, covered and reeded wooden grip, steel butt cap with ring, 8.25in (21cm). (2) See Illustration

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800 - 1200 340 AN IRISH FLINT LOCK DUELLING PISTOL, by Thomas Fowler Dublin, the octagonal browned Damascus barrel 8in (20cm) gold inlaid and inscribed Fowler Dublin to band, front and rear sight, the engraved lock with safety and stamped Fowler on full walnut stock with checkered grip, silver butt cap, horn tipped butt cap 13in (33cm). (1) See Illustration

700 - 1100

340 & 346

341 A PERCUSSION PISTOL, by Smith London, the octagonal steel barrel 7in (18cm), engraved lock signed Smith on three qaurter walnut stock, 12.5in (31cm), as is. (1) 150 - 250

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346 A VERY FINE DOUBLE BARRELL PERCUSSION PISTOL, by T.J Mortimer, Maker to his Majesty, the 7.5 (19in) barrel with front and rear sight and signed on the fluted solid rib, .75 walnut stock and engraved locks, both signed Mortimen and engraved steel locks, checkered grip and steel butt cap with ring, swivel stirrup steel ram rod, 14in (36cm)

350 AN 18TH CENTURY EARLY 19TH CENTURY FLINTLOCK PISTOL, with 12.25in (31cm) octagonal steel barrel, three quarter walnut stock with steel lock, 19in (48cm)overall (as is). (1) 250 - 300

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351 A LARGE CALIBRE PERCUSSION OVERCOAT PISTOL, converted from flintlock, with 4in (10cm) octagonal barrel on three quarter walnut stock, (as is), 9.75in (25cm). (1)

800 - 1500 347 A 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL DOUBLE BARREL PISTOL, probably French with 6in (15.1cm) steel barrels with under lever on box lock, double hammers, double triggers, carved and reeded walnut grip with steel butt cap with ring, 10in (26cm). (1) See Illustration

380 - 440 348 A 19TH CENTURY PERCUSSION OVER COAT PISTOL with 5in (12cm) octogonal barrel, on a full walnut stock, horn tipped ram rod and brass trigger guard, 9.5in (24cm). (1) See Illustration

100 - 120 349 A PERCUSSION BOX LOCK POCKET PISTOL, by Richards with 3.5in (9cm) turn off cannon barrel, signed on the lock, with walnut grip, 7.25in (18.5cm). (1) See Illustration

250 - 350

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80 - 120 352 A 36CAL NAVY ARMS CO. COLT TYPE SIX SHOT REVOLVER, hammer and percussion action, brass frame, blued steel barrel, 5in (12.5cm), 10.5in (27cm) overall. (1) See Illustration

100 - 200 353 1849 MODEL PERCUSSION REVOLVER, probably Colt, 7.25in (18.5cm, six shot drum, two part wooden grip and brass furniture, 12.25in (31cm). (1) See Illustration

250 - 350 354 A VERY LARGE AND RARE IRISH PERCUSSION SPORTING GUN, by Dowling of Dublin, signed on the lock and rib, the 46.5in (118cm) tapering round barrel with fore sight and octagonal section on a half walnut stock with checkered grip and steel bull cap engraved lock and trigger guard, 65in (165cm) overall. (1) See Illustration

1000 - 2000

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Militaria, Edged Weapons, and Guns 361 A VICTORIAN THREE BOUND SERVICE MUSKET, 1853 pattern, 38in (97cm), rear and front sighted barrel on a three quarter walnut stock, lock stamped with crowned V.R., the stock stamped with Pimlico arsonal mark and dated 1860, on right of butt, brass mounts and two steel sling swivels, the brass but cap stamped 1052 L.K.I, 55in (140cm). (1) 300 - 500

355, 364 & 359

355 A RARE GEORGE III MODEL TOWER BROWN BLESS INFANTRY MUSKET, .75 bore with standard 39in (99cm) barrel, G2805 steel lock stamped Tower and crowned G.R, three quarter walnut stock with brass furniture and butt cap, also stamped G2805, 56in (142cm) overall. (1) See Illustration

700 - 1100 356 A TOWER 1868 TWO BAND PERCUSSION MUSKET, with 32.5in (83cm) barrel with sight on a three quarter walnut stock and steel lock stamped Tower 1868 and Crown, steel butt cap, 48.5in (123cm). (1) 600 - 900 357 A CHASSEPOT BOLT ACTION RIFLE M.80, 29.75in (75cm), steel barrel #44392 with various proof marks on three quarter single band walnut stock with steel furniture, steel swing swivels, lacks cleaning rod, 49in (124cm). (1)

359 A TOWER 1862 VICTORIAN TWO BAND PERCUSSION CARBINE, with 24in (61cm) barrel, with various proof marks on three quarter walnut stock with brass furniture, the lock stamped Tower 1862 and a crown, the opposing lock side stamped E. Lorton and V.R, 40.5in (103cm), the stock stamped in a circle, Tower London 1862 and crown above, W.O. and ARrow. (1)

362 A GEORGIAN FLINT LOCK MUSKET, with three quarter walnut stock, 26in (67cm), steel barrel with brass furniture, Wicklow reg mark W!-2374, the lock probably associated, stamped Tower and crowned W.R, 42in (107cm over all, as is. (1) See Illustration

200 - 300

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363 A GEORGIAN FLINTLOCK MUSKET, with 24in (46cm) steel barrel on three quarter walnut stock with brass furniture, the incomplete lock proably associated, the brass butt cap with Dublin registration mark DV 5404, also on barrell, 39in (99cm). (1)

500 - 700

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360 A VERY GOOD DOUBLE BARREL PATENT 12 GAUGE PERCUSSION SPORTING GUN, by John Manton London, 29.5in (75cm), demascus barrels with front sight and signed rib engraved lock, signed Jn Manton Patent, engraved dolphin hammers on half walnut stock with checkered grip, ornate engraved trigger guard, horn tipped ram rod and steel but cap, 46in (117cm) overall. (1)

364 AN IRISH PERCUSSION SPORTING GUN, by Trulock of Dublin, 30in (76cm) barrel with front sight, inscribed Dublin on the rib, three quarter stock with brass mounts and butt cap, plain steel lock, steel ram rod, signed trulock, 48in (122cm). (1) See Illustration

500 - 600

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500 - 800

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300 - 500 358 A TOWER 1865 TWO BAND PERCUSSION MUSKET, with 31.75in (80cm) barrel with front sight and various proof marks on three quarter elm stock, the steel lock stamped Tower 1865 and crown, brass trigger guard, butt cap and fore end, with steel ram rod, 47.5in (121cm). (1 ) 300 - 400

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365 A CIVIL WAR ERA LUEGOISE MUSKET, by P.J. Malerbe, serial no. 314, 30in (76cm) barrel, scale adjustable rear sight, full walnut stock with steel lock, signed P.J. Malerbe, A. Liege crested, brass escutcheon above lock, brass furniture, brass tipped ram rod, 46in (117cm). (1) See Illustration

500 - 700 366 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY THREE BAND MUSKET, adapted, 41in (94cm) barrel on a three quarter walnut stock, no. 35049 stamped on the barrel, now with percussion action converted from flintlock, the lock stamped T.Y.A.A and date 1852, brass furniture and steel ram rod, the brass butt cap stamped 1452, 57in (145cm). (1) See Illustration

250 - 350

367 AN EASTER FLINTLOCK LONG RIFLE, with 51in (138cm) barrel, on full walnut stock with five wire bands and steel furniture and steel ram rod, 67.5in (171cm). (1) See Illustration

200 - 300 368 TWO VERY SIMILAR BRASS HILTED SMALL SWORDS, each with a double fuller blade with single blade, 31in (79cm), one struck on the rib of the blade G.R.V.R.B.I., the latter in a brass mounted leather scabbard and stamped Read & Sons College Green; together with an early broad sword blade, 35.5in. (3) 80 - 120 369 AN OLD EASTERN DAGGER, with brass copper and steel hilt, on a double edged spear point blade, 16in (41cm); together iwth an old bayonet . (2) 30 - 50

370 A WWI JGA GERMAN FLARE GUN, with 9in (23cm) two stage barrel, with short octagonal section to rear, under lever, Se # 739 G.E.B.R.R, two part wooden grip 14in (56cm) overall. (1) 120 - 150 371 A 1919-1921 ACTIVE SERVICE MEDAL, with Comrac bar, (Black and Tan medal) in original box of issue; a 1916 Easter Rising participants medal in original box of issue; a 1939-1946 Emergency medal with single stripe ribbon and one other 1939-1946 Emergency medal with second bar. (4) 250 - 350 372 A GOOD PAIR OF COGSWELL BOX LOCK PERCUSSION TRAVELLING PISTOLS, each with 3.5i (8cm) octagonal screw off barrel, engraved steel lock and concealed trigger 8in (20cm) overall, and checkered walnut grip. (1) See Illustration

1800 - 2200 373 AN EXTREMELY GOOD PAIR OF BRASS FLINT LOCK BLUNDERBUSS PISTOLS, O.R.M., each with a three stage cannon barrel with octagonal section 7.25in (18.5cm), fitted with a spring snap bayonet, engaged from the steel trigger guard, the brass box lock bears an inscription W. Golding London, side mounted ram rod and walnut grip with white metal inlay and grotesque mask butt cap, 12in (31cm) overall. (2)

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Rare Books, Manuscripts, and Ephemera 375 CLAPPERTON, James, Instructions for the Small Farmers of Ireland on the Cropping and Culture of their Farms, recommended by the Royal Agricultural Improvement Society of Ireland, Dublin Silliam Curry Nr. & Co. 1847 40 - 80 376 THE TONY MURPHY BOOK COLLECTION: A very large and diverse collection of books from the library of Mr. Tony Murphy, including many very interesting volumes, mostly as is, w.a.f., many of Irish interest, together with various volumes of artistic, literary, and historical interest, over 250 books, pamphlets, periodicals, and other ephemera. NB: A comprehensive listing is available upon request. 500 - 1000 377 DAWSON Esq., James, Canal extensions in Ireland Recommended to the Imperial Legislature of Ireland, Dublin printed by William Porter, Grafton Street, 1819. (1) 40 - 80

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379 379 BEST, R.I.; Bergin, Osborn; & O’Brien, M.A. (eds), The Book of Leinster formerly Lebar na Núachongbála - 5 vols, Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies 1954 Vols I, II, III, IV & V. (5) See Illustration

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383 (47) 380 FREEMAN, A. (ed.), Annala Connacht : Annals of Connacht (A. D.1224-1544), the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies; together with The Annals of Inisfallen by Sean Mac Airt M.A., Dublin Institute for advanced Studies 1988. (2) See Illustration

40 - 80 381 SIMMONDS, Peter Lund [ed.], and Parkinson, Henry, [comp. and ed.], The Illustrated Record and Descriptive Catalogue of the Dublin International Exhibition, London 1866, bound in red morocco with tooled gilt decoration and inscription to spine, as is, w.a.f. very scarce. (1) 250 - 400

382 THE GEORGIAN SOCIETY RECORDS Volumes I, II and III; volume 1 (no.286/300 copies), volume 2 (no. 296/400) and volume 3 (409/550); printed for The Society of Dublin University Press, by Ponsonby and Gibbs 1911, in full red Morocco, 4to, 12in (31cm) high, 10in (25cm) wide. (1) 500 - 1000 383 SCOTT SIR WALTER, BART. The Waverly Novels, Vol I-XLVII (1-47) new edition with the authors notes, Edinburgh 1833, cloth bound, 7.25in (18cm)h x 4.5in (12cm) some spines missing, boards detached, as is. (47) See Illustration

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384 APPROXIMATELY EIGHTY ISSUES OF AN GAEDHEAL (THE VOICE OF IRELAND), 1934, 1937, with some Christmas issues. (80 approx) 50 - 70

385 385 Annála Ríoghachta Éireann - Annals of the Kingdom of Ireland by the Four Masters, seven large vols, Dublin: De Búrca, 1998, over 4,000 pages, large quarto, good set in gilt and blind stamped green buckram, Vols I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII. (7) See Illustration

500 - 800 386 A COLLECTION OF PAMPHLETS, PROGRAMMES, relating to Ireland, late 19th century early 20th century, to include Féile na Gaedheal, issued by the Gaelic League of London 1939 De Valera’s Men, with a list of the Candidates for Fianna Fáil; programme for 1898 Feis Ceoil Irish musical festival, Belfast 1898, with various events, advertisements etc.; an election leaflet for Mr. Sean McBride S.C.; an election leaflet for South West Dublin constituency vote no. 1 Micheal O’ Riordan; a Department of Defence Bureau of Military History ,1913-1921 pamphlet; Corks Own Town, by D.L. Kelleher, Talbot Press and T. Fisher Unwin, London 1920; Austin Stack 1880-1922 pamphlet, by the Fodhla printing company Rutland Place Cabindish Road Dublin; Irelands Right to Unity, the case stated by the all party-pertition conference, Mansion House Dublin, 2nd edition pamphlet; At the Bend of the Road, a comedy sketch in one scene, by Cathal MacGarvey Talbot Press, Dublin Cork 1924; The Hawk of the Hilltop, by O’Donovan Rossa, by Star printing works Skibbereen; Glór na bFiann a Bilingual souvenir booklet issued by The Wolfe Tone Memorial Committee containing the programme of the Emmet Commemoration Concert at the Mansion House Dublin March 1919, with numerous advertisements; The Inner and the Outer Ireland by A.E. reprinted by permission from Pearson’s Magazine U.S.A., by the Talbot Press Ltd. Dublin 1921; A Gaiety Theatre Programme, for Portrait of Miriam by Micheal Mac Liammor with numerous advertisements and another Gaiety Theatre programme for October 26th 1959m The Ginger Man by P.J. Donleavy, with Richard Harris on the cast. (15) 100 - 200 28

387 REPUBLICAN REVIEW, Vol I no. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10, from September ‘38 to June ‘39. (10) 50 - 90 388 A RARE COLLECTION OF WILLS CIGARETTE CARDS, 49 of a series of 50, with portraits of all the hurling greats in black and white, with players from Dublin, Tipperary, Kilkenny, Limerick, Cork, Galway, Clare, Laois, Offaly and Kerry; together with a 1947 Féile Leath- Chéad an Oireachtais Clár Comórtas booklet; a pamphlet of Petition in Irish Athletics 1946; Dúnmharbhú I bPáirc an Chrócaigh by Cathal O’ Sándair 1944; an early programme Comóradh Uí Dhonnabháin Rossa Domhnaig 3.00 13/10/1946, football Antrim vs. Dublin proceeded by Dublin junior hurling final Eoghan Ruadh vs Erin’s Own and two 1938 programmes for Kerry and Galway and the juniors Leitrim and London. (7) 80 - 120 389 AN OFFICIAL CROKE PARK HURLING FINAL PROGRAMME FOR 1945, Kilkenny vs. Tipperary and Dublin vs Tipperary minors. (1) 80 - 120 390 THE ART SALES INDEX. The standard, and comprehensive, guide to art at auction and prices realised, a complete run for the period 1993-2001 (16 volumes). 150 - 180 391 TWO BEATRICE POTTER CHILDREN’S BOOKS, The Tale of Peter Rabbit, and The Tale of Ginger and Pickles. (2) 20 - 40 392 A COLLECTION OF IRISH PAMPHLETS, BOOKLETS AND MAGAZINES, including ten issues of The Gaelic American 1949, ‘50 & ‘51; an issue of Glór na Ly 1912; The Irish Nation vol I no. 4 July 1916; copy of The Irish War News Tuesday April 25th 1916, vol I no. 1; copy of The Dublin and The Sinn Féin Rising issued by Wilson Hartnell & Co. Dublin with numerous portraits, pictures etc., printed by Brunswick Press Dublin; a copy of An Lóchrann 1916 and one other An T’Európac 1899; The Gael for October and November 1903 and The Gael 1898 and a copy of The Survey November 26th 1921, U.S., printed. (a lot) 100 - 200

393 LELAND, Thomas, The History of Ireland, Vols 1, 2, & 3, 1814, Dublin: Printed by Brett Smith, 46, Mary-Street, 8vo, full panelled calf with tooled gilt panel spine and gilt Morocco labels, bears book plate of Abraham Whyte Barker, worming to vol 3, attractive copy. (3) 180 - 220 394 THOMAS, Stuart, Book of the Centenary, Including the official catalogue. cover title: “Masonic Female Orphan School of Ireland Grand Centenary Celebration, Dublin, May 17 to 21, 1892”, Dublin: printed by W Strain & Sons, 1892, 16mo, with pictorial decorated title-page printed in blue, multi-folding plan, text illustrations and adverts within the pagination, complete with original linen-backed decorated ‘cut-out’ papercovered boards, boards worn (1). 50 - 80 395 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS CLOTH AND LEATHERBOUND BOOKS, Comprising Encyclopaedia Britannica, Book of Knowledge Children’s Encyclopaedia, Chitty’s Annual Statutes, Volumes of the Law Journal Reports, etc. (approx. 95 volumes in total). 40 - 80 396 AN tOIREACHTAS 1939, 1941, 1946; together with an issue of Outlook, vol I no. 1 January ‘32; The Leader, September 5th 1931; The Comhthrom Féinne College magazine 1931 Vol I no. 3; The Loch Léin 1903 and five others. (17) 100 - 200 397 A COLLECTION OF IRISH POST CARDS, each depicting the destruction in Dublin during the 1916 rebellion, uncirculated, as new, one depicting Dáil Eireann, An Tarna Tionol, 10 Abran, 1919 with key to the sitters and two others Saint Patricks DAy post cards. (16) 100 - 200 398 MAGUIRE, John Francis, The industrial movement in Ireland, as illustrated by the National exhibition of 1852, Cork 1853, lacking covers, title and prelims with considerable damage. (1) 30 - 60 399 AN SAORSTÁT (THE FREE STATE), 2nd Edition, no. 28, Vol I, Dublin Wednesday August 30th 1922, Michael Collins Memorial number, numerous portraits and group pictures of Collins; together with a copy of The Irish Press, Vol I no. 1 Saturday September 5th 1931. (2) 100 - 200

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Rare Books, Manuscripts, and Ephemera 405 J.P. Haughton & J.H. Andrews [ed], Atlas of Ireland , Royal Irish Academy, Dublin ed. 1979, folio, 97 pages of maps, bound in full green Morocco goat skin and presented in a solander Morocco goatskin case, lined in water silk, limited edition no.8 of an originally scheduled 250 copies, interestingly the print run was never completed, very rare. See Illustration

200 - 400

404 400 AN ORIGINAL INSTRUCTION MANUAL FOR THE M.G MIDGET, series TA and TB; together with a book of fuel ration coupons, from the lst month to the 6th month. (2) 30 - 60

403 BARTLETT, William Henry (Illus.), Coyne (Joseph Stirling) & Willis, (Nathaniel Parker) et al. (Text). Scenery and Antiquities of Ireland, London 1841, volume 1, in quarter green leather with floral decorated boards, w.a.f. (1) 30 - 50

401 IRISH FREEMASONRY INTEREST: a pamphlet from the Bicentenary Festival Installation Banquet, issued by the Temple Masonic Lodge VI, Dublin in 1930; together with a letter from the Grand Registrar relating to the Royal Arch Degree, dated 1950. (2) 30 - 60

404 PROKOPOWSKI, Rudolf, Ordre Souverain Et Militaire Jérosolymitain De Malte, card cover with attached paper wrapper, w.a.f., with brightlycoloured flags and shields to front and red lettering to spine. 250 x 345 x 22mm. 280pp, text in five languages: French, Italian, English, Spanish and German. Edition limited to 2000 copies, of which this is No. 1585. Numerous illustrations within text and as separate plates, in both colour and black and white. A little wear to the wrapper, with a few minor chips and tears; largely clean internally, though with slight age-darkening. Overall a large and handsome volume. (1)

402 SLEATER, Rev. Mathew, Introductory Essay to a New System of Civil and Ecclesiastical Topography and Itinerary of Counties of Ireland with Remembrances of Memorable Events Recorded at the Places where they occurred. Also, Tables of Direct and Cross Roads ? Table of 2436 Parishes, under the respective, Barony and Diocess ? An Alphabetical Table ? Judges Circuits Post Towns, 1806, quarter calf, marbled boards, spine with Morocco label, w.a.f, scarce. (1) 280 - 320

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406 STEELES, Sir Richard, Joseph Addison, et al. The Spectator, With Sketches of the Lives of the Authors, and Explanatory Notes. In Eight Volumes., Edinburgh, 1802, in eight volumes, 8vo, full marbled calf, with tooled gilt decorated spine and marbled gilt labels, one as is. (8) 120 - 180 407 R Atkinson & Co., Poplin: a short history of its manufacture, and introduction into Ireland, Dublin, 187-?, in original blue cover united by staple and tape, w.a.f. (1) 40 - 60 408 HUME ESQ., David, The History of England, from the Invasion of Julius Caesar to the Revolution in 1688, complete in 10 volumes, in ten volumes 1808-1810 (varied) London, full diced calf binding, with tooled and gilt decorated spine with raised tooled gilt bands, some spines loose or missing; together with MOORE, Thomas, The Poetical Works of Thomas Moore, 1860 London, quarter calf with panelled tooled gilt spine with raised bands and Morocco label, w.a.f. (11) 250 - 450 409 Du Maurier, George, Society Pictures, Selected from Punch, Volume 1, London 1891, quarto, w.a.f. (1) 15 - 30 410 A LARGE QUANTITY OF ASSORTED MODERN FOLIO SOCIETY, COFFEE TABLE AND OTHER 20TH CENTURY BOOKS, including: Flavio Conti’s The Grand Tour, a set of five illustrated coffee table books, with attractive dust jackets; Proust’s Remembrance of Things Past, and others. (20) 80 - 120 411 YEATS, Jack B. Jack B. Yeats, an Appreciation and an Interpretation, Dublin, 1945, special limited edition (250 copies). (1) 80 - 120

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416 THE SMARMORE “WAR HORSE” - a photograph on glass, depicting a pony that was bred at Smarmore and went to the Crimean war with George Taaffe - the horse came returned safely and was much revered by the family. 60 - 100 417 THE EDINBURGH REVIEW, 160 vol complete run ranging from vol 1 to vol 160, first editions with the exception of vol 1 (4th ed.) and vol 2 (2nd ed.), good condition throughout, 140-143 (inclusive) with damage; together with eight indices, 1802-12, 1830-44, 1845-59, 1860-74, quarter leather and marblised boards, profusely decorated tooled floral gilt panelled spines with raised bands and Morocco labels, bears stamp of Gahan College throughout. (a lot) See Illustration

1200 - 1600 418 VERNET, Raffet & Horace, The History of Napoleon: edited by R.H. Horne, in two volumes, 8vo, quarter calf, marbled boards, ex libris Thomas Hone, (1814-1815) 40 - 60

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414 ORMY, Edward, Historic, Military and Naval Anecdotes, London 1819, with 37 aquatint plates inc. frontis, ex. 40, small folio, some soiling, quarter leather with marblised boards, 300 - 400

415 LYONS, (F.S.L.) ed., Bank of Ireland, 1783-1983: Bicentenary Essays, Dublin 1983, Near Fine 1st Edition, a clean and unmarked copy in original boards. (1) 20 - 40

419 A collection of various textile patterns, together with six corresponding textile samples and related handwritten correspondence, late 19th century, compiled in an envelope. (1) 30 - 50 420 M’CREADY, (Rev. C.T.), Dublin Bibliography, Historial and Topographical, Dublin 1892, scarce (1). 15 - 30 421 AN EARLY BOOK OF NURSERY RHYMES, London published by Read, Brooks Co. London, with colour plates; together with another children’s book, The First Christmas for our Dear Little Ones, by Miss Rosa Mulholland, a present to Mary Taffe from her aunt 1876 and another The Little Darling at the Seaside, a series of drawings by Lorenz Frolich, London published by Trubner, a gift to George Taffe, June 11th 1871. (3) Provenance: Smarmore Castle 80 - 120

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Rare Books, Manuscripts, and Ephemera 422 TAAFFE FAMILY ARCHIVE A substantial collection of letters and documents relating to the Taaffe family of Smarmore Castle, Ardee, Co. Louth, mainly 19th century, including letters written by George Taaffe from Sebastopol during the Crimean War, where he was serving with the British invasion force. The Taaffe family traces its history in Co. Louth to the 13th century, with branches in Sligo and elsewhere. The family had strong Continental and military connections; some branches remained Catholic, and a succession of Counts and Viscounts Taaffe held high rank in the Austro-Hungarian court and army in the 18th and 19th centuries. In the early 1820s John Taaffe, one of the Smarmore family, spent some time in Italy with the circle of Byron and Shelley. The principal contents of the archive include: Family letters and documents, a large collection in two red ring-binders, mostly with postal markings, more than 50 letters mostly to/ from various members of the Taaffe family, including several letters from George Taaffe in camp before Sebastopol 1855, with interesting details of the fighting. ‘Both [the] French and Scandinavians say that no force in the world could have held the Redan [fortress] exposed to the tremendous fire that the Russians could bring to bear on it from I don’t know how many batteries ..’ [Novbr. 16th 1855]. George survived the fighting, but in 1861 a telegraphic form announces his death at sea. Earlier there is an interesting letter to George from Richard Sheil, 1828, seeking his political support, mentioning the Catholic question; a letter from Adriana Marchioness Gabuccini to her (second) husband John Taaffe 1836; various accounts, letters about military, local or legal matters, some architectural plans, miscellaneous receipts etc. [We have not investigated these letters in detail]. A series of seven manuscript letters to George Taaffe in Boulogne-Sur-Mer, 1841-2, evidently from his estate manager, one with a note from his brother, each letter written on the reverse of detailed weekly Workmen’s Accounts for the Smarmore Castle estate (manuscript entries on large printed forms), describing the daily work and costs on the estate in elaborate detail, the letters with postal markings; A printed Passport dated 1825 issued to George Taaffe, signed by Jean Fane Lord Burghersh, H.M. Envoy to the Grand Duke of Tuscany, elaborately countersigned and stamped on front and rear by a wide variety of local jurisdictions (this is of course long before the unification of Italy); another Passport issued 1841 by the Belgian Ambassador in London to Randal Taaffe; also another dated 1862 issued to John Taaffe, signed by John Earl Russell, Viscount Amberley (father of the philosopher Bertrand Russell), H.M. Secretary for Foreign Affairs; A manuscript document mostly in Oriental script (possibly Turkish or Armenian), with red wax seal, dated 1841 (paper watermarked 1839), possibly a list or inventory; Deeds, wills, marriage settlements, legal claims and opinions etc. (mostly 19th c.), including a lease of the green at Ardee to John Taaffe

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1787 (worn with some loss); a manuscript rent account 1825; a detailed manuscript account, ‘Myles Taaffe in account with G. Taaffe’, 1828-1845; manuscript list of legacies left by Elizabeth M. Taaffe 1875; a manuscript ‘Statement of family charges on Smarmore Estate’ dated [19]06; etc. George Taaffe, a pigskin note book containing a manuscript journal of his Continental travels, 1825, circa 40 pp; a matching account-book for the same tour; two music manuscript books; A typescript document (photocopy, 2 copies of some pages), in black ring-binder, being part of a memoir by John Taaffe, born Smarmore, died in Italy 1862, including an account of his connection with the circle of Byron and Shelley in Italy in the early 1820s (see pp. 105120). Evidently incomplete, but includes some interesting material. A printed commission, signed and sealed, appointing George Randall Joseph Taafe [sic] to a Special Reserve of Officers, 27 September 1914, and other commissions and warrants, some with seals; A carbon-copy letter-book kept by George Taaffe 1916-17; Printed documents including ‘A Letter from Wm. O’R----y, Esq. to her Grace the Duchess of R-xbgh’, dated Dundalk January 5th 1833, 1 pp (in 3 columns), probably a Dundalk printing, ms. note addressed to ‘Mr. Taaffe’ to rear, RARE; A copy of ‘The Prince and the Wild Geese’ by Brigid Brophy, London 1983, based on the story

of Julia Taaffe (one of the Smarmore family) and the Russian Prince Gagarin, who met her in Rome 1832 and sought unsuccessfully to marry her; A large portfolio containing photographs, mostly members of the Taaffe family and their homes, some in poor condition, including a good portrait of George Taaffe in uniform circa 1920s; a few drawings and watercolours by members of the family, and a collection of miscellaneous prints; A box containing a letter-book kept by Stephen Taaffe, 1860s/70s; a manuscript German grammar/exercise book, 19th c.;  three account books, 1870-75, 1870s/80s, 1890s; a rentbook, 1869/70; a bank cash book, 1860-61; two estate diaries, 1850s; five workmen’s account books, 1929-1938; a small collection of mounted photographic miniatures; various notebooks etc.; A smaller box containing various military handbooks, 1850s-1920s. Note: Documents in the archive relate to two separate persons named George Taaffe, from different generations; also two named John Taaffe; etc. One of the named  Provenance: The present archive was acquired with the contents of the former Taaffe residence, Smarmore Castle, having been purchased by the family of the present vendor, Mr. Tony Murphy. A comprehensive folder of images from the archive can be made available online upon request.  3500 - 5000

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426 Historical Parallels, in two volumes, 1835 published under the Superintendents for the Society of the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge, from the Library of Entertaining Knowledge, attractively attractively bound. (2) 30 - 50 427 MICHAEL COLLINS INTEREST Beaslai [Piaras], Michael Collins and the Making of a New Ireland, 2 vols. thick 8vo N. York & L. (1926), 1st American Edition, cold. frontis & 16 illus. orig. cloth. (2) 400 - 800

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428 SCULLY, Sean, Walls of Aran, London, Thames & Hudson 2007, as new. (1) 50 - 100 429 Ireland. Dept. of Agriculture and Technical Instruction, Ireland Industrial and Agricultural, Brown and Nolan 1902, in blue cloth, w.a.f. (1) 30 - 50

437 423 DE BOURRIENNE, M, Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte, London 1836, in four volumes, some foxing, plates throughout, in later plain cloth binding. (4) 80 - 120 424 NAPOLEON INTEREST: A BOX LOT OF ASSORTED WELL-KNOWN 20TH CENTURY BOOKS RELATING TO NAPOLEON, the majority early to mid 20th century, by Lord Rosebery, Gosse, Turquan, Watson, Chaplain, Kimber, Delderfield, Sergeant, and others. (10) 70 - 90 425 BEUCHOT, Par M., Oeuvres de Voltaire avec Prefaces, Avertissements, Notes, Etc., in 70 volumes, Paris, 1829-1834, with John Ennis ex libris plate, each in quarter leather red Morocco, marblised boards, tooled panels and raised bands with gilt dividers. (70) See Illustration on page 30

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430 POPE, Alexander, The Works of Alexander Pope Esq. with his last corrections, additions and improvements ( as they were delivered to the Editor a little before his Death. Together with the commentary of Mr. Warburton), 9 vols of 9, 1753, London, full mottled calf with tooled gilt panel spine with raised bands, Morocco labels, with engraved plates, w.a.f. 300 - 600 431 THE O’HARA FAMILY: Father O’Connell, London 1849, in attratcive quarter leather, with marble boards, as is; together with The Boyne Water, Dublin 1865. (2) 30 - 50 432 WRIGHT, Horace J. & Walter P., Beautiful Flowers and How to Grow Them, London 1909 by TC & EC Jack, 1st edition, 2 volumes in 2 complete, in green cloth with gilt embossed lettering and arts and crafts design front and spine, 4to - 11in (28cm) x 8.5in (22cm). (2) 30 - 50

433 A COPY OF MRS BEETON’S HOUSEHOLD MANAGEMENT, A Complete Cookery Book, with various sections, 32 plates in colour and approx. 700 illustrations, published by Ward Lock & Co. London, new edition, with complete alphabetical index; together with another cookery book Larousse Gastronomique, by Prosper Montagne & Dr. Gottschalk, published y Paul Hamlyn London. (2) 30 - 50 436 MACEWAN, Michael, The Ryan Family and the Scarteen Hounds, Great Britain 1989, signed by illustrator Thady Ryan, limited subscribers edition, 596/600. (1) 100 - 200 437 LE BROCQUY, Louis, Eight Irish Portraits in Words & Watercolour, 4to D. 1990. Limited Edition, No. 152/1000, signed by Louis le Brocquy, 8 loose cold. portraits, original cloth portfolio in slip case. 500 - 800 438 FITZPATRICK, Jim, Erinsaga: The Mythological Paintings of Jim Fitzpatrick, Published by De Danann Press, Dublin, Ireland, 1985; together with The Silver Arm by Jim Fitzpatrick, 1983. (2) See Illustration

60 - 100 443 FOUR PHOTOGRAPHS RELATING TO THE TAFFE FAMILY, one depicting The Tobacco Plantation Smarmore Castle 1904, another depicting The Curing Bar at Smarmore 1904 and one with Numerous farmhands Harvesting Tobacco at Smarmore, and two others back and white photographs depicting Taffe Weddings at Smarmore Castle. (5) Provenance: Smarmore Castle 100 - 150 444 A COLLECTION OF VARIOUS OLD PURSES AND POUCHES, including a silver mounted purse with various compartments, a small velvet and silver bullion purse, two old metal mounted pouches, a chain link purse with silver plated mount, and one other needlework pouch. (6) Provenance: Smarmore Castle 60 - 100 445 A COLLECTION OF FIVE DAGEURREOTYPE PORTRAIT PRINTS, depicting assorted members of the Taaffe Family of Smarmore Castle; together with four copper printing plates for George Taaffes business cards. (9) Provenance: Smarmore Castle

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446 A 19TH CENTURY MICROMOSAIC AND GILT METAL OVAL BROOCH, depicting the Collosseum in Rome, 2.25� (5.5cm). (1) 180 - 220

451 451 A FINE DIAMOND CLUSTER DAISY SET RING, the central brilliant stone set within a band of ten oval diamonds, approx combined diamond weight 2.50ct. (1)

447 AN EXTREMELY ATTRACTIVE SOLITAIRE RING, the large round brilliant cut diamond, mounted on six claws, weighing approx 5.00ct J-K colour P3 clarity on 18K white gold band. (1)

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449 A FINE THREE STRAND CULTURED PEARL NECKLACE, with square 18K white gold diamond and sapphire clasp. (1) See Illustration

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448 448 A PEAR SHAPED DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, total diamond weight approx 4.50ct on 14K gold band. (1) See Illustration

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450 A VERY ATTRACTIVE DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, round set three times, on 18K white gold band, total diamond weight approx 3.30ct. (1) See Illustration

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452 452 AN EXCEPTIONAL DIAMOND AND EMERALD CLUSTER RING, on 18K yellow gold band, the large oval central emerald approx 5.75ct inside a band of 16 diamonds approx. 1.75cm total weight. (1) See Illustration

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453 453 A 14CT WHITE GOLD DIAMOND NECKLACE, the interlaced lower band with thirteen principle diamonds, approx 2ct total weight, each round brilliant cut. (1) See Illustration

1400 - 1700 454 A GENTS KEYLESS SILVER POCKET WATCH, by Waltham and another heavy coin silver America Gents Watch, a Waltham Gold plated keyless pocket watch , a silver Albert watch chain, four pairs of gents cuff links, a pair of studs. ( a lot) 80 - 150 455 A 9k GOLD LADIES TUDOR WRIST WATCH, a gent’s Trafalgor wrist watch, another gents wrist watch, a gold plated identity bracelet, a small childs 9ct gold identity bracelet. (5) 100 - 150 456 A PAIR OF EARLY 20TH CENTURY PEARL PENDANT EARRINGS. (1) 50 - 80 457 A HEAVY GOLD EBEL AUTOMATIC WRIST WATCH, water proof and with shock absorber, serial number 892905-130, 1.5in (4cm); together with a gold Tavannes rectangular wrist watch, with bowed sides, Arabic numerals and subsidiary dial for seconds. (1) 100 - 200 458 A PAIR OF 9K WHITE GOLD JET AND DIAMOND CUFF LINKS; together with three matching shirt studs. ( probably platinum) 100 - 200 459 AN ATTRACTIVE ART DECO DIAMOND PENDANT AND CHAIN. (1) probably platinum 50 - 80 460 AN 18K GOLD FIVE-STONE OLD CUT DIAMOND RING with curved mount on 18k yellow gold band, total diamond weight 0.45ct diamond, colour H/I approximately. 400 - 600

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461 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY CUT GLASS DECANTER, with triple neck rings and target stopper; another star cut decanter (chip to rim); three other decanters; an oval cut glass bowl (chips to rim); a cut glass water jug (as is); and a three division glass dish. (8) 20 - 30

469 A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY GILT DECORATED GLASS PERFUME BOTTLES, another silver mounted cut glass cone shaped perfume bottle, a pair of circular cut glass scent bottles, each with silver cap, two small ink bottles and another 20th century perfume bottle. (8) 100 - 120

462 A COLLECTION OF GLASS TABLE ORNAMENTS, each modelled in the form of a swan, various sizes, the largest 6in (15cm). (11) 30 - 60

470 AN ENGLISH MAJOLICA CHEESE DOME AND STAND, in brown, green, pink and lilac, the rustic slat moulded dome with trailing roses in relief on a conforming stand, 10” (26cms). (1) 40 - 80

463 A PAIR OF GILT BRASS AND GREEN GLASS VICTORIAN VASES, the vases set in gilt metal stands, inside gilt brass scrolling foliage, on a tri-form base, applied with three geckos and raised on scroll feet, 9.5in (24cm. (2) 70 - 120 464 A HEART SHAPED ENGRAVED GLASS DISH, With handle and spout, 7in (17cm); a green art glass fruit bowl, 10in (26cm); a set of six cut glass ash trays. (8) 30 - 60 465 A LARGE WATERFORD CRYSTAL TRAY, 13.75in (35cm); three Waterford crystal plates, 8in (20cm); a Cavan crystal bowl 11in (28cm); a small Waterford crystal presentation dish and a Kilkenny crystal bowl and cover. (7) 70 - 90 466 A SMALL WATERFORD CRYSTAL BOWL, another smaller similar ditto; a Waterford crystal sugar and cream, a Cavan crystal stem bowl and cover; a small Waterford crystal gravy jug; a cutglass stemmed urn and cover; a Cavan crystal cream jug; a Waterford crystal dish; a small Kilkenny crystal bowl; a Clarenbridge crystal bowl and cover. (11) 80 - 90 467 A HIBERNIAN CRYSTAL MALLET SHAPED DECANTER AND STOPPER, 12in (31cm);a Waterford crystal decanter and stopper, 13.5in (34cm) and a small Waterford crystal jug 6.25in (15cm). (3) 80 - 150 468 A BOHEMIAN CRYSTAL RUBY GLASS LUSTRE CENTRE PIECE, modern, the thistle shaped bowl with hanging spear shaped drops, on a two stage domed foot, 12in (31cm). (1) 100 - 200

471 A PAIR OF GOOD QUALITY OVAL CUT GLASS PIGGIN TYPE BOAT SHAPED BOWLS, 9.5in (24cm). (2) 300 - 400 472 A SET OF EIGHT CRYSTAL GRAPEFRUIT GLASSES, each on a stem base, 4in (10cm); together with a set of six cut crystal whiskey tumblers and another single cut glass tumbler and a Duiske ruby glass bell. (16) 80 - 150 473 A LARGE MOULDED CRANBERRY GLASS CLARET JUG, in the form of a parrot, the silver plated hinged head with blue glass eyes, on a ruby glass body with reeded handle, on front silver plated legs, 11.25in (30cm). (1) 500 - 800 474 A PAIR OF BOHEMIAN RUBY GLASS LUSTRE VASES, modern, each of baluster form on circular domed foot and spear shaped lustre drops, 8.5in (21cm)h. (2) 100 - 150 475 A PAIR OF BOHEMIAN RUBY GLASS CANDLE STICKS, modern, each with baluster stem, on domed shaped circular foot, 7.25in (185cm). (2) 50 - 80 476 A SET OF THREE CUTGLASS AND ETCHED FINGER BOWLS, together with a glass canopy with triple neck ring. (4) 30 - 50 477 A LATE 17TH CENTURY / EARLY 18TH CENTURY GREEN IRIDESCENT ONION SHAPED WINE BOTTLE, 6.25in (16cm). (1) See Illustration

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Glass 478 AN 18TH CENTURY ENGLISH IRIDESCENT MALLET OR ONION SHAPED WINE BOTTLE, 7.75in (20cm); together with another similar dark iridescent ditto with cork, 7.75in (20cm). (2) See Illustration on page 55

200 - 300 479 A SET OF TWELVE WILLIAM YEOWARD CRYSTAL GLASS CHAMPAGNE FLUTES, Each engraved with drapery, swags and fern leaves, on a facet cut stem and a circular star cut base, 8in (20cm). (12) 100 - 200 480 A PAIR OF DARK GREEN GLASS VICTORIAN LUSTRE VASES, each decorated in bright enamels with scrolling flowers, the serrated rim with hanging lustre drops on a tapering stem with round domed foot, 13in (33cm) high. (2) 300 - 400 481 A CUTGLASS CLARET JUG, engraved with scrolling vines, with silver plated handle and mount, 11in (28cm). (1) 70 - 90 482 TWO CIRCULAR CUTGLASS BOWLS, probably Waterford; a cutglass decanter and stopper and other miscellaneous glass. (a lot) 50 - 70 483 AN OAK TANTALUS, with silver plated mounts and three square decanters, each with prism stopper and a hinged front compartment for glasses and accessories and a concealed drawer below, 14in (36cm)w. (1) 150 - 250 484 A CIRCULAR CUTGLASS BOWL SHAPED CEILING LIGHT, probably Waterford, with hop nail cut, 13.5in (35cm). (1) 200 - 300 485 A SET OF TEN GREEN STEMMED HOCK GLASSES, eleven vine engraved amber stem hock glasses; eight stemmed glass rummers and six ruby wines. (34) 150 - 200

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486 A LARGE WATERFORD CRYSTAL ASHTRAY, 7in (18cm); another heavier silver ditto; a Kilkenny crystal basket, 7.5in (19cm); a small crystal stemmed bowl; a Waterford cylindrical bowl, 7in (18cm) and one other larger Waterford cutglass bowl, 9in (23cm). (6) 100 - 150 487 A HEAVY WATERFORD CRYSTAL FRUIT BOWL, 10in (26cm); a Kilkenny Crystal bowl, 8.25in (21cm); an unusual Waterford Crystal bowl, 8.75in (22cm) and one other smaller Waterford crystal bowl. (4) 80 - 150

493 A WATERFORD CRYSTAL CUTGLASS HEART SHAPED DISH, a Kilkenny crystal honey jar and cover; four Dublin crystal tankards; a crystal candle stick; a pen rest and a modern glass decanter. (9) 50 - 70 494 A HEAVY CAVAN CRYSTAL VASE, the bowl of flared form, on a circular stem base; together with a Waterford crystal bowl, 8in (20cm); another Irish crystal bowl, 7in (18cm); a Claren Bridge crystal bowl and cover and a moulded glass waterjug. (5) 70 - 90

488 A WATERFORD CRYSTAL BALUSTER SHAPED VASE, 7in (18cm); another similar vase with upward flaring neck, 10in (25cm); two cylindrical Waterford Crystal vases and two others. (7) 130 - 150

495 A HEAVY CIRCULAR CUT GLASS BOWL, 9in (22cm); an enamel decorated water jug, 10in (26cm); a cut crystal table lamp; a Waterford crystal honey pot and cover; two Waterford crystal ashtrays and a small Waterford crystal clock. (7) 70 - 90

489 A WATERFORD CRYSTAL DECANTER AND STOPPER, another similar, both 13.25in (34cm)h; a Waterford Crystal water jug, 7.5in (19cm); a larger Waterford Crystal jug; a Waterford Crystal bulbous shaped bowl, 6in (15cm) and a larger similar ditto, 6.5in (15cm). (6) 100 - 150

496 A SET OF SIX WATERFORD CRYSTAL COCKTAIL GLASSES, a set of six Waterford crystal port glasses; a set of four Waterford wine glasses; a set of three ports; two small crystal nut dishes; a pair of grapefruit glasses and three other miscellaneous glasses. (26) 120 - 150

490 A SMALL WATERFORD CRYSTAL BULBOUS SHAPED BOWL OR VASE, 6in (15cm)h; a Waterford Crystal tazza; a Waterford Crystal stemmed bowl or vase; a Waterford Crystal candle lamp with shade; two Waterford cutglass cream and sugar bowls and a small Waterford crystal vase. (9) 150 - 200

497 A PAIR OF WATERFORD CRYSTAL BALUSTER SHAPED SALT AND PEPPER CASTORS, a Waterford crystal water jug; another crystal jug, probably Waterford; a Waterford honey and jar and cover and a Waterford crystal mug. (6) 80 - 120

491 A CAVAN CRYSTAL BELL, a Kilkenny crystal bowl and cover; Tipperary crystal vase; a Dublin crystal tankard; a Waterford crystal clock; a small Waterford Crystal vase; a Waterford crystal caster sugar shaker and a Duiske glass stemmed bowl and cover; three crystal pastry servers with glass handles and a paper knife. (12) 80 - 120 492 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS WATERFORD AND OTHER CRYSTAL GLASS, comprising a Waterford water jug; a small Waterford stemmed bowl; a Dublin crystal tankard; a Clarenbridge crystal bowl; a Tipperary crystal vase; a small Tipperary crystal bowl of squat form; a cutglass cylindrical vase and one other. (8) 70 - 120

498 A SET OF SEVEN WATERFORD CRYSTAL TUMBLERS, each 3.5in (9cm); three similar tumblers; two Waterford crystal stemmed wine glasses; two larger tumblers; a bowl and cover; a cream jug and another bowl. (17) 80 - 120 499 A DUBLIN CRYSTAL GLASS TIME PIECE, on mahogany base; a cut glass honey jar and cover; an oval boat shaped cut glass bowl, 11in (28cm); another circular bowl, probably Waterford, 8in (20cm); a cut glass ash tray; a Waterford crystal bell and stand; a Dublin Glass map of Ireland. (7) 70 - 90 500 THREE CUT GLASS DECANTERS, the tallest 12in (31cm); Waterford crystal vase, 8in (20cm) and a very unusual Waterford crystal goblet or chalice, 8.5in (22cm). (5) 80 - 120 37


501 WINE: FLEURIE 1999, Drouhin, 12 bottles. (12) 20 - 30 502 WINE: BORDEAUX, Ch Mouton Rothschild 2001- Aile d’Argents, 1 bottle. (1) 10 - 20

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503 WINE: LOIRE VALLEY, Sancerre Red 2002, Les Baronnes, 12 bottles. (12) 30 - 50 504 WINE: PELORUS N.V, 6 bottles. (6) 15 - 25

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505 WINE: A.R LENOBLE GRAND CRU, Blanc de Blanc, 1 bottle in presentation case. (1) 25 - 35 506 WINE: HERVE MATHELIN ROSE N.V, 6 bottles. (6) 70 - 100

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507 WINE: HERVE MATHELIN N.V, 6 bottles. (6) 70 - 100

510 WHISKY: ABERLOUR, 10 year old Scotch malt whisky, 1L. (1) 30 - 50

508 WINE: BORDEAUX Chateaux Mouton Rothschild 1970 1 er Cru Classe Pauillac, 1 bottle. 325 - 350

511 WINE: Ch Mouton Rothschild 1970, 1 er Cru Classe Pauillac, pristine label, ullage base of neck, 1 Imperial. 1800 - 2500

509 WHISKEY: BUSHMILLS, single Irish malt whiskey, aged 12 years, 700ml. (1) 250 - 350

512 WINE: Ch Cheval Blanc 1970, St Emilion Grand Cru Classe A, label in excellent condition, ullage base of neck, pristine label. 1 Imperial. 1800 - 2500

513 WINE: Ch Mouton Rothschild 1970, 1 er Cru Classe Pauillac original wooden case, high fill into neck, pristine label. 1 Jeroboam. 1200 - 1600 514 WINE: Ch Cheval Blanc 1970, St Emilion Grand Cru, labels in pristine condition, ullage into neck, 2 magnums. 600 - 800 515 PORT: Taylor’s 1935, no label, base of neck / into neck, 1 magnum 700 - 1000 516 PORT: Cockburn’s 1970, 4 labels in excellent condition, into neck, 1 damaged, 5 bottles. 300 - 500 517 PORT: Niepoort Colheita 1912, Bottled in 1970, ullage in neck, capsules in excellent condition, 6 bottles 1000 - 1500 518 PORT: Fonseca 1970, one labelled and two not labelled, into neck, 3 Magnums 700 - 1000 519 PORT: Taylor’s 1994, into neck, labels in pristine condition, 6 magnums 700 - 1000 520 PORT: Fonseca 1970, pristine labels, ullage base of neck and above, bottled by Morgan Furze, 6 bottles 600 - 800

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521 PORT: Fonseca 1963, not labelled - 3 with wax seal on closure and 3 without, into neck, 6 bottles 1000 - 1500 522 PORT: Warre’s 1912, almost extinct - date stamped on capsule, base of neck / top shoulder, one bottle 700 - 1000

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523 PORT: Taylor’s 1940, label in good condition, into neck, one bottle. 300 - 400

525A PORT: Warre’s 1922, capsule date stamped, 1 bottle 500 - 800

524 PORT: Taylor’s 1945, (label damp stained and damaged), base/into neck, 1 bottle. 350 - 550

526 GERMAN WINE: Donnhoff Riesling Auslese 2009, (Niederhauser Hermannshohle - Nahe Gold Neck), 6 bottles 250 - 350

525 PORT: Croft 1945, label in good condition, into neck, one bottle. 400 - 600

527 GERMAN WINE: Westhofen Morstein Riesling Trocken 2009, Weingut Wittman - Rheinhessen, 6 magnums 350 - 450 528 GERMAN WINE: Westhofen Morstein Riesling Trocken 2009, Weingut Wittman - Rheinhessen, 3 magnums 200 - 300 529 GERMAN WINE: Westhofen Morstein Riesling Trocken 2009, Weingut Wittman - Rheinhessen, original wooden case, one double magnum. NB This is one of only three of this ever made. 300 - 400 530 CHAMPAGNE: Dom Ruinart 1961, Blanc de Blanc, in neck, one bottle. 200 - 300 531 WINE: BORDEAUX Chateaux Grand Puy Ducasse 1998 5 eme Cru Classe Pauillac , 12 bottles. 850 - 950

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Vintage Wine, Champagne, Port, and Whiskey 532 WINE: BORDEAUX Chateaux Lynch Bages 2000 5 eme Cru Classe Pauillac , 3 bottles. 600 - 900

539 WINE: RHONE RED Chateauneuf du Pape Beaucastel 1995 Hommage, Jacques Perrin 1 bottle 1.5 litre. 500 - 600

533 WINE: BORDEAUX Chateaux Lafite Rothschild 1986 1 er Cru Classe Pauillac, 1 bottle. 600 - 800

540 WINE: RHONE RED Chateauneuf du Pape Beaucastel 2000 Hommage Jacques Perrin, 1 bottle 1.5 litre. 600 - 750

534 WINE: BORDEAUX Chateaux Mouton Rothschild 1989 1er Classe Pauillac, 1 bottle. 300 - 350

541 WINE: RHONE RED Hermitage Domaine Jean Louis Chave 1981, 2 bottles. 300 - 350

535 WINE: RHONE RED Chateauneuf du Pape Beaucastel 1981, 2 bottles. 200 - 300

542 WINE: RHONE WHITE Chateauneuf du Pape Beaucastel 1990 6 bottles. 300 - 350

536 WINE: RHONE RED Chateauneuf du Pape Beaucastel 1989, 3 bottles. 300 - 350

543 WINE: Chile Errazuriz Don Maximiano Founders Reserve, 1998, 6 bottles. 200 - 250 544 WINE: Chile Sena Vina Errazuriz 1995, 6 bottles. 240 - 275

537 WINE: RHONE RED Chateauneuf du Pape Beaucastel 1994 Hommage, Jacques Perrin, 1 bottle. 250 - 300

545 WINE: California Beringer Cabernet Sauvignon 1986 Private Reserve 2 bottles. 150 - 175

538 WINE: RHONE RED Chateauneuf du Pape Beaucastel 1995 Hommage, Jacques Perrin, 1 bottle. 300 - 500

546 WINE: California Tablas Creek 1997 Paso Robles 6 bottles. 180 - 200

547 PORT: Taylors 1948, 1 bottle. 500 - 600 548 PORT: Cockburn’s 1955, 1 bottle. 250 - 300 549 PORT: Offley 1985, 12 bottles. 600 - 700 550 CHAMPAGNE: Heidsieck Monopole Diamant 1985 1 bottle, 1.5 litre 125 - 150 551 POMMARD GRANDS EPENOTS 1966, Michel Gaunoux, ullage: five top shoulder, seven mid neck. (12 bottles) 400 - 600 552 WHISKEY: Knappogue Castle 36 year whiskey, 1 bottle. 600 - 800 553 WINE: RHONE WHITE Chateauneuf du Pape Beaucastel 1994 5 bottles. 250 - 300 554 COGNAC: Prince Hubert De Polignae Decantre Blue Label, 1 bottle. 600 - 800 555 DESSERT WINE Chateau Pajzos - Tokaji Aszu 1988, (5 Puttonyos), 3 50cl bottles 300 - 500 556 DESSERT WINE Chateau Pajzos - Tokaji Aszu 1988, (5 Puttonyos ), 3 50cl bottles 200 - 400 557 DESSERT WINE: Chateau Pajzos - Tokaji Aszu 1990 (5 Puttonyos), 3 50cl bottles (3) 200 - 400 558 DESSERT WINE: Royal Tokaji Company - Tokaji Aszu 1990 (5 Puttonyos), 2 50cl bottles 200 - 400

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560 A SILVER MOUNTED CALENDER, 7.25in (18.5cm); an Edwardian silver cigarette box Birmingham 1904; a small continental silver mustard pot; a Chester silver ink stand with glass bottle; a machine turned silver cigar cutter and a silver punch head brush holder. (6) 60 - 90 561 A FOUR PIECE PART ENGLISH PORCELAIN DESSERT SERVICE, with floral decoration; a Donegal Irish Parian jug; a Belleek Vase; a copper bowl; assorted glass, brass and other ceramics. (a box lot) 30 - 50 562 A DRESDON PORCELAIN URN, with two handles in the form of Bacchus mask, flanking two shaped and hand painted panels, depicting figures dining alfresco, on a square fluted stem base, 9.5in (24cm); together with a square floral decorated French porcelain jar and stopper, 7in (18cm) and another two handled German porcelain vase with military portrait in relief 9.25in (23cm). (3) 80 - 150 563 A PAIR OF JAPANESE IMARI MODELS OF COCKERELS, a Hungarian porcelain figure of a woman in native costume; a Staffordshire porcelain group modelled with three children under a birds nest; a modern Staffordshire group in hunting scene and a German group modelled with swans pulling a cherub in a boat. (6) 70 - 120 564 SEVEN ASSORTED METAL DISHES AND PLAQUES, together with a hand painted platter; six other various meat platters and some other ceramic ware. (18) 30 - 50 565 A STAFFORDSHIRE CHARACTER TEA POT, a sixteen piece part English art deco tea service; a quantity of souvenir ashtrays; a black Wedgewood Jasperware vase; numerous other decorative porcelain and glass curiosities. ( a box lot) 50 - 70 566 A FINE NORITAKE IRISH PORCELAIN TEA AND DINNER SERVICE, comprising six large dinner plates; six side plates; six saucers; six stemmed cups; six soup bowls; two oval meat platters; a sauce boat and stand; two vegetable tureens and covers; two pairs of serving bowls; two two handled sugar bowls; two jugs and a pair of salt and pepper castors. (46) 150 - 200

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567 A FIFTEEN PIECE PART NORITAKE COFFEE SERVICE, Sonata pattern; together with a small twenty one piece miniature Japanese tea service. (2) 60 - 90 568 A PAIR OF ROYAL DOULTON SLATERS PATENT VASES, 10.5in (26cm) both as is; together with a pair of Doulon Lambeth ewers, 7in (18cm); a pair of Samson famille rose porcelain armorial vases, 7.5in (19cm); a Vienna style porcelain comport; another attractive Noritake Japanese porcelain comport; a Japanese bowl and a modern Chinese blue and white phoenix Jardiniere. (10) 80 - 120 569 A LLADRO PORCELAIN FIGURE, modelled with a young boy and a bird, 9in (23cm); together with a set of three graduating shell moulded English porcelain bowls and an attractive enamel decorated and frosted glass food dome and stand. (6) 80 - 120 570 A MODERN MASON STYLE IRON STONE BASIN AND EWER, two oval vegetable tureens and covers; three assorted tea pots; a hot water pot; a modern Cantonese porcelain plate; a similar box and cover; a pair of small vases; a Copeland spode vegetable tureen and cover; a similar meat platter and other miscellaneous ceramics. (a lot) 50 - 70 571 A LIMITED EDITION MILLENNIUM CUTTY SARK BOWL, with certificate, in original packaging; together with queen mother tribute plate, cased; the queens golden jubilee plate, cased; one other her regal majesty plate, cased and a Buckingham palace golden jubilee mug, cased; a pair of glass plaques. (7) 50 - 70 572 A COLLECTION OF MODERN BELLEEK PARIAN WARE, comprising a pink and white decorated shell moulded tea pot, in original packaging; together with a Belleek shell cup and saucer, in original packaging; another Belleek cup and saucer; two cream jugs; a Belleek Nile vase; a pair of Fermanagh crystal millennium oil decanter and stoppers, in original packaging; a Celtic crystal blue Claddagh ring basket with certificate. (9) 40 - 60

573 A FIRST PERIOD BELLEEK SHELL AND CORAL OVAL BOWL AND COVER, with shell handle, 7in (18cm); together with a similar pair of second period salts, 3.5in (19cm) and an early first period Belleek pot pourri shell vase, 6in (15cm). (4) 100 - 120 574 A MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTION OF PORCELAIN FIGURES AND ORNAMENTS, including various Farings; Gobbel figures; Royal Crown Derby figures; Minton figure; Staffordshire figures; two brown Toby jugs; a Royal Doulton cottage jug and other miscellaneous figures, etc. (a lot) 80 - 150 575 A GEORGIAN DALMAHOY’S APOTHECARY CHEST, the hinged cover with a printed caution label, from Will M. Stock, successor to the Dalmahoy regarding the instructions of how to use the chest, the fitted interior with numerous drawers with slides, various labeled bottles, a glass mortar and pestal and a secret compartment to the rear, the top with an ivory escutcheon inscribed stock London, and two brass carrying handles, and raised on bracket feet, 11in (28cm) h x 10.5in (27cm)w. (1) 600 - 800 576 AN OCTEN’S COUNTER TOP CIGARETTE DISPLAY CASE, the rectangular moulded top with a mirror frieze and a display section for cigarettes, 23.5in (60cm)w. (1) 480 - 580 577 AN ATTRACTIVE PAIR OF WHITE METAL TABLE ORNAMENTS, each in the form of a pheasant, 24in (31cm). (2) 60 - 100 578 A PAIR OF BOHEMIAN RUBY GLASS URNS AND COVERS, each etched with cartouches, deer in a landscape and a castle, with domed cover and domed foot, 10.5in (27c). (2) 250 - 350 579 A SILVER PLATED BUD VASE, a silver plated tray; a silver plated wine coaster; a silver plated tea pot; two brass candlesticks; a bell shaped decanter and another decanter. (8) 50 - 70 580 TWO PAIRS OF BALUSTER SHAPED GLASS CANDLE HOLDERS, Each with dish shaped top. (4) 30 - 50

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Miscellaneous Decorative Art II 581 AN ATTRACTIVE LIME GREEN GABY’S HANDBAG, With oval wooden ring handles; a black leather Longchamp handbag, with numerous pockets and a Kate Mosse Longchamp stone grey handbag with zebra pattern lining. (3) 40 - 80 582 A LABORATORY RHEOSTAT BRIDGE, C.1900, by W.G. Pye and Company Cambridge with brass mounts on cast iron stand, 10.5in (27cm) wide. (1) Note: W.G. Pye founded Pye Radio 50 - 100 583 A VERY UNUSUAL SERPENTINE SHAPED VICTORIAN BLACK LACQUERED MOTHERO-PEARL INLAID AND DECORATED LADIES WORK TABLE, with hinged top enclosing a fitted interior and a wool compartment below, raised on spiral supports, united by a conforming stretcher, on four scroll legs, 29in (74cm)h x 28in (71cm) w. (1) 250 - 400 584 A 19TH CENTURY INLAID ROSEWOOD CASKET SHAPED JEWELLERY BOX, 7in (18cm)w; together with a rectangular birds eye maple box with divided interior. (2) 40 - 60

585 585 A VICTORIAN KILLARNEY YEW AND MARQUETRY INLAID LADIES’ WORK BOX, the top inlaid with a harp and shamrocks inside a border of oak leaf and acorn sprays, the allround frieze inlaid with shamrock, thistle and rose, 11.5in (32cm). (1) See Illustration

200 - 400 586 A SLOPE FRONT INLAID AND ROSEWOOD BANDED MAHOGANY BUREAU, early 20th century, the top with three drawers above a slope front enclosing drawers and pigeon hole compartments, and two long drawers below, raised on square tapering spade legs, 30in (76cm) wide. (1) 200 - 300

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587 A TURNED MAHOGANY BOOT JACK, c.1900, 35in (89cm)h. (1) 180 - 250 588 A MIDDLE-EASTERN COPPER HOT WATER EWER, 18TH-19TH CENTURY, 15.5 inches (39 cm) high. See Illustration

80 - 150 589 A CHILDS PAINTED PENNY FARTHING BICYCLE, probably c. 1920’s/’30’s. with tubular steel frame and solid rubber tyres. (1) 440 - 520 590 AN OLD HEAVY RELIEF CAST BRASS NATIONAL CASH REGISTER, 19in (49cm). (1) 200 - 300 591 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS BRASS, , a pair of brass wall sconces, each in the form of a Lilly leaf, embossed with a frog and a beetle; two gilt chalk brackets with cherubs; a pair of wooden brackets; a brass jardiniere; a brass desk stand; a brass figure of a man with two falcons; two heavy brass caskets and various other miscellaneous brass items. ( a lot) 50 - 90 592 A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY BRASS CANDLESTICKS, 10in (26cm); a pair of modern brass Corinthian style candle sticks; two Eastern brass bowls; six silver plated goblets; modern silver plated tea service; a pair of miniature brass candle sticks; other assorted plate ware; plated photograph frame. (a large box lot). 50 - 70 593 A BOX OF MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS, comprising a lot of miniature paintings and prints; a Japanese tea pot with grotesque mask cover; a part cream ground Wedgewood coffee service; a cheese dish and cover; a fish dish and cover and other miscellaneous ceramics. (a lot) 40 - 60

594 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS PORCELAIN AND CRANBERRY GLASS, comprising various jugs; tea pot; condiment sets; vases; two similar plated candelabra; four piece modern Belleek etc. (a lot) 80 - 100 595 A SET OF FIVE GERMAN BLUE AND WHITE KITCHEN JARS AND COVERS, the tallest 11.5in (29cm); a pair of Staffordshire style figures in the form of spaniels; a pair of dark blue glass vases and another similar; a Molina blue art glass decanter and stopper; a Royal Copenhagen decanter and stopper. (12) 60 - 90 596 A LARGE BOX OF MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS, including modern decorative items; royal commemorative china; various souvenirs; Wedgewood American Independence plate; various ash trays; two Belleek Christmas plates; other Jasperware; pumpkin tea pot; toby jug etc. (box lot) 30 - 50 597 A ONE HUNDRED AND SEVENTY THREE PIECE COMPREHENSIVE BROWN AND WHITE MASON’S IRON STONE FRUIT BASKET PATTERN DINNER/ TEA/ COFFEE AND BREAKFAST SERVICE, comprising seventeen dinner plates; fourteen soup bowls; seventeen supper plates; fifteen 8in (20cm) plates; six 7in (18cm) plates; thirteen cereal bowls; six egg cups; five jugs; twelve breakfast cups; fifteen saucers; thirteen coffee cups; twelve saucers; three two handled sugar bowls with covers; a large soup tureen with cover, associated ladle and stand; three oval serving dishes; a larger similar ditto; a pair of vegetable tureens and covers; two coffee pots and covers; two tea pots and covers; a pair of sauce boats with fixed stands; four meat platters and nine other miscellaneous items. (176) 280 - 350

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606 A PAINTED PLASTER FIGURE OF A YOUNG BARBERS ASSISTANT, holding a glass bowl aloft, in a towel while kneeling wearing a green shirt and short pants, 28in (71cm)h. (1) 250 - 350

598 AN ATTRACTIVE GLASS AND MIRROR TABLE CENTRE, modelled with a central vase, engraved with a bird and butterfly amongst wreaths, inside three bull rushes, issuing further glass leaves, one missing, on a mirror platform, 12.5in (32cm). (1) 70 - 90 599 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS OBJECTS, comprising various pieces of sculpture; two composition figures; a mother-o-pearl inlaid crucifix; another crucifix; an oval composition relief depicting the deposition of Christ from the cross; a smokers walnut box, Victorian with brass mounts, etc.. (a lot) 70 - 90

602 602 A VERY LARGE AND IMPRESSIVE PAIR OF EIGHT BRANCH, NINE LIGHT GILT BRASS CANDELABRA, each in the Gothic style, with leaf cast scrolling arms, the centre stem with a standing figure on a tri-pod base with spires, 59.5in (152cm)h x 27in (69cm). (1)

600 A PAIR OF ATTRACTIVE CREAM AND DARK BLUE GLASS LUSTRE VASES, 8.25in (21cm); a Mary Gregory style cranberry glass beaker; a Royal Copenhagen vase; a German hand painted porcelain desk stand; a Bellarmine ewer, 14in (36cm) and a small bowl on tri-dolphin support. (7) 70 - 90

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2000 - 3000 603 A 19TH CENTURY CUT GLASS AND VINE CASED CELERY VASE, on stem base, 7.5in (19cm). (1) 120 - 150

601 AFTER GUILLAUME COUSTOU (1677-1746), a fine pair of late 19th century bronze and gilt bronze groups of Marley Horses, each on a wooden base, 25in (64cm)h x 23in (58cm)l. (2)

604 A HEAVY CHASED AND CAST BRASS RECTANGULAR DESK STAND, with two associated candle holders, 11in (28cm). (1) 20 - 40

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605 A PAIR OF ORNATE EXTRA LARGE SILVER PLATED WINE COASTERS, the borders decotated with grapevine with mahogany inserts, 8.5in (25cm) wide. 200 - 300

607 A COMPOSITION MODEL OF AN INDIAN ELEPHANT, the saddle and head dress with paste set crystals, and scrolling foliage against silver, with faux ivory tusks and conforming anklets, 23in (59cm)h. (1) 440 - 540 608 AFTER P.J. MENE, bronze equestrian group modelled with a mare and foal on black moulded limestone base, 16in (41cm). (1) 340 - 380 609 TWO BRONZE MODELS OF PIGLETS AT PLAY, 22in (56cm) and the other 16in (40cm). (2) 420 - 480 610 AN ART DECO STYLE BRONZE FIGURE OF A CHEETAH, on rectangular upward tapering plinth, 13.5in (35cm). (1) 220 - 260 611 A RECTANGULAR VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD TEA CADDY, adapted, now with a slot cut in the hinged cover, 12in (31cm). (1) 80 - 150 612 A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH BOULLE CASKET, of rectangular form with domed cover, inlaid with scrolling flowers and figures, each corner applied with a grotesque cast brass mask, 13in (34cm. (1) 100 - 150 613 AN UNUSUAL LIGHT BLUE FEATHER FAN, with painted wooden sticks, 14in (35cm); another single pink single feather fan with a porcelain figure handle and a painted lace fan. (3) 40 - 80

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614 AN ATTRACTIVE HAND PAINTED FAN, c. 1910, decorated with birds perched on a tree branch in a landscape, with bone sticks and sequence decoration, 16in (41cm) open, in original case. (1) 70 - 120

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Miscellaneous Decorative Art II 615 AN UNUSUAL GREEN COCADE FAN, with telescopic brass stem, on a reeded bronze folding base, chased with foliage and another similar brass ditto with cylindrical tube, on circular gadroon moulded brass base. (2) 60 - 90 616 AN ATTRACTIVE OVER PAINTED AND PRINTED FAN, decorated with colourful figures amusing them selves, on pierced sandalwood sticks and guards, with mirror type inset design. (1) 50 - 100

621 A VERY GOOD FRENCH RESTORATION COMMEMORATIVE TORTOISESHELL BONBONNIERE set with a relief gilt plaque dated 1824, the plaque signed Morel, the plaque depicting Charles X of France and members of the Royal Family in relief profile, inscribed Famille Royale de France, Regne de Charles x Commencer le 16 Stembre 1824, signed Morel Fecit, the engine turned base with central cypher of Chales X within a band inscribed Boite Royale I de France 16 Setembre 1824, within an outer fleur-de-lys band, 3.25in (8.2cm). 500 - 700

624 A COPPER AND SILVER PLATED ROSE BOWL, with two lion masks and ring handles and the hammered body set with various coins, under a gadroon edge on a circular stem base, 210in (26cm). (1) 70 - 90 625 A YELLOW GROUND SEVRES STYLE PORCELAIN POT POURRI URN AND COVER, decorated with a band of flowers, within gilt sprays, on a tapering fluted body with stem foot and pierced dome cover, 9.25in (24cm) cover as is. (1) 80 - 120

622 A VICTORIAN GRAINED WALNUT AND GILT METAL MOUNTED DESK STAND, with stationary compartment, ink bottles pen compartments, etc. 9in (22cm)w; together with a Victorian walnut and parquetry inlaid lap desk, 11.5in (29cm)w. (2) 70 - 120

626 A. POHL (20TH CENTURY), a bronze figure modelled as a young man with two pairs of boots thrown over his shoulder, limited. edition, 91/108, as is, one arm missing, 11.5in (29cm). (1) 50 - 100

623 AFTER FREDRICK REMINGTON, Coming Through the Rye, a small bronze group on limestone base, 9in (23c)w (1) 400 - 600

627 A CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN TWO PIECE MONKEY ORCHESTRA, O.R.M., 9.25in (24cm)h. (2) 50 - 80

617 617 A 19TH CENTURY LILAC AND GILT LUSTRE BOWL, in the fairy land style, probably Wedgewood, the centre with a Celtic style roundel and castle to either side, Edinburgh and Sterling, amongst gilt foliage and with outer sides on rust and gilt lustre, 9.5in (24cm). (1) See Illustration, also on Back Cover

400 - 800 618 A SQUARE MIRROR TABLE PLATEAU, with bevelled edges and flared base, 15in (38cm). (1) 40 - 60 619 A GOOD 19TH CENTURY BRONZED METAL MODEL OF THE WARWICK VASE, with bacchic relief design, under a tongue and dart edge with hanging vines, the masks in relief above tiger pelts, applied with two interlaced handles, on a square stem base, 5in (13cm)h x 8in (20cm)w. (1) 60 - 100 620 A VICTORIAN RECTANGULAR BLACK AND GILT LACQUERED PAPIER-MÂCHÉ TRAY decorated with butterflies and moths, with rounded corners, 31in (79cm). (1) 80 - 120

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641 AN UNUSUAL BRASS CARRIAGE CLOCK/ BAROMETER/THERMOMETER AND COMPASS, with six glass panels and a baluster shaped cross bar handle, 6.75in (17cm); together with a French brass five glass carriage clock, with enamel dial and roman numerals, 4in (10cm). (1) . (2) 140 - 170

628 AN EARLY HEAVY CARVED STONE BUDDHA HEAD, 9in (23cm). (1) 200 - 300 629 A HEAVY WHITE STATUARY MARBLE FIGURE, late 19th century, modelled as a peasant girl undressing, on a rugged base, 34in (87cm). (1) 500 - 700 630 A HEAVY BRASS MODEL OF A PUG DOG, 8in (20cm); together with a Chinese brass model of a temple lion, 3.75in (9.5cm). (2) 250 - 350 631 A PAIR OF BRASS FOUR BRANCH FIVE LIGHT CANDELABRA, early 20th century, each on an urn shaped stem and fluted plinth, 15in (39cm). (2) 70 - 90 632 A LIFE SIZE BRONZE STUDY OF A STAG AT BAY, each antler with seven points, 71in (181cm)h x 71in (181cm)l. (1) See Illustration

3800 - 5200 633 A BRONZED LEATHER BOUND MODEL OF A MOOSE, with glass eyes, in standing position , 35.5in (0cm)h. (1) 450 - 550 634 A HEAVY BRONZE MODEL OF A BULL, O.R.M., 2.25in (57cm). (1) 440 - 540

636 636 A GROUP OF VERY NICELY MODELLED TERRACOTTA FIGURES, late 19th century, one modelled as a military man, standing on a moulded dome base, three others modelled as tribal figures, one wearing a turban, one carrying a rug and the other vessels, another figure seated with legs crossed and a female figure with a hooded shawl and holding a short axe, 6.5in (16.5cm) the tallest, five out of the six signed. (6) Provenance: Originally The Taffe family Smarmore Castle. See Illustration

250 - 350 637 TWO PAIRS OF OLD BRASS CANDLESTICKS, the tallest 6in (15cm); together with a pair of terracotta wall brackets, each with classical mask by Clark Terracotta Works, Wilderness Wrexhan, 10in (26cm); an oak desk stand with silver plated mounts and two hand stick swords, as is. (9) 100 - 150

642 A REGENCY BRASS INLAID ROSEWOOD CASKET SHAPED TEA CADDY, two compartment interior, on a bead moulded base, on flat bun feet, 8in (20cm). (1) 180 - 250 643 A COLLECTION OF IRISH AND ENGLISH PRE-DECIMAL COINS, other coins and military buttons. (a lot) 60 - 90 644 A 1939 IRISH PLOUGHMAN ONE POUND NOTE, Bank of Ireland, serial no. 068473; two Irish one pound notes for 1987 and 1989; one Irish 1822 penny; a J.F.K. 1964 half dollar and a Victorian crown 1897. (6) 80 - 120 645 AFTER PIERRE JULES MÉNE, bronze study of a horse, O.R.M., 20in (51cm)h x 18in (46cm)w. (1) 150 - 250

638 A FAUX TORTOISE SHELL AND WHITE METAL INLAID TEA CADDY, with serpentine shaped front, under a hinged cover, 4.25in (11cm). (1) 40 - 80 639 A GOLD PLATED KEYLESS GENTS POCKET WATCH, with Swiss movement with 18 jewels; together with a silver plated half hunter cased Swiss made pocket watch; another silver cased English Gents pocket watch by Graves of Sheffield; another Elgin American gold plated Gents pocket watch. (4) 80 - 120

635 635 A VERY GOOD PAIR OF VICTORIAN GILT AND GESSO GIRANDOLES, each cartouche crest issuing scrolling flowers and foliage, above an oval mirror plate, inside a wreathe moulded frame and a conforming apron issuing five candle arms, now converted for electricity, 48in (122cm) high, 27in (69cm). (1) See Illustration

640 A BLUE PORCELAIN AND GILT METAL MOUNTED LYRE MANTLE CLOCK, a copy of the original in the Victorian Albert Museum, with paste set bezel and Medusa mask with sunburst crest and a hanging floral swag, 15in (38cm)h; together with another mantle clock, modern in late Victorian gilt iron frame; a small modern bracket clock and another Anysley clock. (4) 80 - 150

646 646 A VERY ATTRACTIVE PAIR OF DARK BLUE ENAMEL CANDLE STICKS, possibly Staffordshire, each of baluster form overlaid with gilt cartouches, depicting colourful flowers and exotic birds, on a shaped and domed foot, 8.5in (22cm). (2) See Illustration

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Furniture, Paintings, Carpets, Light Fittings, etc. 647 A 19TH CENTURY NEEDLEWORK SAMPLER, signed Lilias Fisher, worked with alphabet and numbers, together with geometric panels, birds, animals and trees, 17in (43cm) high, 7/5in (19cm); together with another small sampler with crochet edge and various border designs, 14.5in (37cm) high. 13.5in (35cm). (2) 100 - 150 648 A PAIR OF TERRACOTTA BUSTS, Disraeli and Gladstone, each head and shoulders, on square stepped relief moulded plinth, 18in (46cm). (4) 280 - 350 650 A PAIR OF TWO BRANCH BRASS CANDELABRA, with lustre drops, converted for electricity, with pink shades, 13.5in (34cm). (2) 100 - 150 651 A PAIR OF HEXAGOANL SHAPED TRANSFER PATTERN BLUE VASES, early 20th century, 12.5in (32cm); a three piece art nouveau style mantle clock garniture, transfer printed; an iron stone vase and cover; a pair of black ceramic vases; a Victorian stoneware jug; a smaller black jug; a Victorian salt glaze jug; a lustre jug and other mixed ceramics. (a large mixed lot) 50 - 70 652 A PAIR OF LIGHT GREEN VICTORIAN GLASS VASES, 11in (28cm); five other vases; a modern two branch gilt metal table lamp; another table lamp; a Ruckley blue art glass vase; a crackle ware bowl; another English Imari pattern bowl. (13) 50 - 80 653 A SET OF THREE GRADUATING WORCESTER STYLE BLUE WHITE AND GILT MASK JUGS, the tallest 7in (17.5cm); a blue and white Adams Jasper ware two handled urn with oval medallions and hangiing swags, 9.25in (24cm); a brown Jasper ware jug with hunting scene; a staffordshire spill vase with fox; a 19th century English Imari pattern bowl, 11in (28cm) and an oval Cape de Monte jewellery casket (7) 80 - 150

656 TAXIDERMY: A COLLECTION OF THREE STUFFED BIRDS, each mounted on a rugged base, one a curlew, 16in (41cm); a wild duck, 15in (38cm), and one other. (3) 60 - 90 701 18TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, probably Dutch, Shipping, probably off The Rock of Gibraltar, O.O.P., 5.25in (13.5cm)h x 8in (20cm). (1) 300 - 500

707 A FINE PAIR OF GEORGE III STYLE SATIN WOOD AND MARQUETRY DEMI LUNE SIDE TABLES, O.R.M, each top with a central fan and an outer kingwood banded and floral inlay border, above a flute inlay frieze and raised on four square tapering legs, each 33in (84cm)h x 57in (145cm)w. (2) See Illustration

2000 - 3000

702 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, Figures by a Castle Ruin on a River,O.O.C, unframed, 12.5in (32cm)h x 21in (54cm); together with another River Landscape, O.O.Card, 5.5in (14cm)h x 7.5in (19cm). (2) 50 - 80 703 19TH CENTURY ITALIAN SCHOOL, The Holy Family with a Saint and an Angel, O.O.C, 27in (69cm)h x 23in (58cm). (1) 100 - 200 704 A 19TH CENTURY BRASS MOUNTED WALNUT BOOKCASE, with Kingwood banding, the moulded cornice above two glazed doors, on a base with two conforming solid panel doors and raised on a plinth, 86in (208cm)h x 49in (125cm). (1) 300 - 500 705 A CIRCULAR MAHOGANY FLIP TOP CENTRE TABLE, with spiral reeded baluster stem and leaf carved tri-pod with ball and claw feet, 24.5in (62cm)d. (1) 200 - 300 706 A FINE CIRCULAR EDWARDIAN SATINWOOD CENTRE TABLE, the top decorated with floral swags and musical trophies, raised on four square tapering legs united by an X shaped stretcher with urn finial, 29in (74cm) high, 24in (61cm). (1) 550 - 700

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708 A FINE REGENCY PERIOD EBONY STRUNG AND CROSS BANDED MAHOGANY BOOKCASE, the moulded cornice above two doors, each with diamond and oval glazing bars, the interior with three adjustable shelves, four drawers and two cupboard doors, on a base with conforming glazed panels and splayed bracket feet, 89in (226cm)h x 43in (109cm)w. (1) See Illustration

700 - 1100

654 TAXIDERMY: Long neck male Generuke, on an oak panel, inscribed G Erenook, shot by A. 1914, 36.5in (93cm). (1) 350 - 450 655 A SMALL STUFFED BABY CROCODILE, 39in (99cm). (1) 100 - 150

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709 A GEORGE III PERIOD INLAID AND SATINWOOD BANDED MAHOGANY BUREAU, the slope front enclosing a fitted interior, with drawers, pigeon holes and secret compartment, above three long and two short drawers, all satinwood banded with fan spandrels, 42in (107cm)w. (1) 600 - 900 710 A LARGE DONEGAL WOOL CARPET, with stone grey centre, inside a three band border, 19ft8 (600cm) x 15.5ft (460cm). (1) N.B This carpet was commissioned for the Boardroom of the Central Bank in Dame Street and was probably made in the original factory in Killybegs. However there is no label and all the records at Donegal carpets were destroyed. The Central bank was designed by Sam Stephenson and was built by Sisk in the early 70’s. This carpet is featured 30 minutes into the big bank by John Sisk & Company on Youtube. 800 - 1500

717 A PAIR OF CARVED AND MOULDED WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY BED POSTS, 77in (196cm). (2) 70 - 120 718 A PAIR OF HEAVY GOTHIC STYLE CAST IRON GARDEN BENCHES, each back with typical Gothic tracery and honey comb seat, on square legs, 55in (140cm)w. (1) 1500 - 2500 719 A PAIR OF UNUSUAL ADAMS STYLE DEMI LUNE DISPLAY CABINETS, each dentil and flute moulded cornice above a central bowed glass door and two similar glazed side panels, raised on two demi lune stands, each with half bead and flute moulded frieze with carved moulded patrae and raised on four square paneled tapering legs, headed with fan spandrels and hanging bell flowers, 73in (186cm)h x 43in (110cm). (1) See Illustration

711 A LARGE ORIENTAL STYLE MACHINE MADE GREEN GROUND CARPET, with floral design and centre medallion, inside a multi band border, 17ft6 (533cm)l x 12ft3 (374cm). (1) 500 - 600 712 A LARGE SEMI-ANTIQUE MESHED CARPET, with large central medallion, on an iron red, fawn and dark blue floral ground, inside conforming spandrels and multi band border, 169in (428cm) x 127in (325cm). (1) 600 - 800

3800 - 4800 720 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN WALNUT PIER CABINETS, the rectangular white marble tops with projecting corners above glazed doors and raised on a shaped plinth with projecting front corners, 44.5in (113cm)h x 34in (86cm). (1) 1000 - 1800

721 A QUEEN ANNE WALNUT BUREAU CABINET, c. 1710, the double arched and moulded cornice inset with two shaped small mirror panels, above two mirror panel doors each with bevelled plate, enclosing drawers, shelves and pigeon hole compartments and two candle slides to the front, the sloped front with herring bone banding opening to reveal a well with sliding cover, further pigeon holes, secret compartments and drawers and two long and two short drawers below, raised on bracket feet, 87.5in (222cm) x 41in (104cm). (1) Note: Purchased at Harrods of Knightsbridge in London 1928 with invoice and associated documents. See Illustrations on pages 50 & 51

9000 - 14000 722 A RECTANGULAR WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY LIBRARY TABLE, probably Irish, the top with rounded corners above a bead moulded frieze, raised on panelled standards, with scroll corbels and four bun feet, united by a shaped stretcher, 51in (130cm)w. (1) 600 - 1100 723 A REGENCY MAHOGANY AND SATINWOOD BANDED BOW FRONTED CHEST, with four drawers and raised on bracket feet, 41.5in (106cm) high, 37in (94cm) wide. (1) 300 - 500 724 A REGENCY STYLE MAHOGANY AND PARCEL GILT DOUBLE SIDED SETTEE, O.R.M.,covered in attractive ivory fabric and raised on front sabre legs, 93in (236cm). (1) 80 - 100

713 A LATE 19TH CENTURY DESK CHAIR, with padded back and elbow rests, above a solid saddle seat and raised on front turned legs. (1) 70 - 120 714 A LIBRARY WING ARMCHAIR, with button back and cushion seat, raised on four cabriole legs, covered in burgundy hide. (1) 100 - 150 715 A MAHOGANY PEDESTAL DESK, O.R.M, the rectangular moulded top with a tooled leather inset, above a central frieze drawer, raised on two pedestels, each with four graduating drawers, 5ft (153cm)w. (1) 100 - 200 716 A PAIR OF BRASS BOUND RECTANGULAR MAHOGANY WINE COOLERS, O.R.M., in the George III style, with rounded corners and lead lined interior and applied with lion mask and ring handles, 7.25in (18cm)h x 16in (41cm)w. (1) 200 - 400 48

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731 A WROUGHT IRON ARCHED BACK GARDEN SEAT, constructed from horse shoes, approx 36in (92cm)w. (1) 680 - 750 732 A WROUGHT IRON GARDEN BENCH, with a curving slatted seat and back, 6ft (183cm). (1) 200 - 300 733 ALFREDO NERI & F. PAPUCCI (19th/20th c. Italian), a carved white marble and gilt bronze mounted bust of a young lady head and shoulder, with her hair tied in a bun with bronze pin, the shoulders covered with gilt bronze gown and centred bronze lute, on octagonal green marble base, 11.75in (30cm), signed by both artists. (1)

734 AN ART NOUVEAU WALNUT BOOKCASE, with shaped pediment, above two arched and glazed doors and two frieze drawers above two cushion panel doors and raised on a plinth, 42in (107cm)w. (1) 150 - 250 735 AN ATTRACTIVE BOKARA CARPET, the iron red ground with rows of small oval medallions, inside a banded border, 12ft (366cm)h x 9ft1 (277cm). (1) 400 - 600

741 AN OLD ENAMEL PUB OR SHOP WALL SIGN, for Black Cat Virginia Cigarettes, 20.25in (52cm)h x 14in (36cm). (1) 150 - 250

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726 A SET OF SIX IRISH EIGHTEEN CENTURY STYLE MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, each shaped top rail with shell carved corners, above a pierced splat and padded seat raised on front square moulded legs. (6) See Illustration

700 - 1100 727 A SMALL OAK WARDROBE, late 19th century in the 18th century style, the moulded cornice above two double panel doors and a lower drawer, raised on bracket feet, 61.5in (156cm) high, 49in (124cm). (1) 80 - 150 728 AN ANNE-ROWLAND AKNIN ATTRACTIVE TAPESTRY WALL HANGING, depicting king and queen amongst foliage, together with pole and fixing, 46.5inh (118.5cm) x 36.5in (93cm). (1) 150 - 250 729 A VICTORIAN DEMI LUNE MAHOGANY AND MARBLE TOP WASH STAND, with centre cabriole support, 35in (89cm). (1) 80 - 120 730 A WILLIAM IV PERIOD IRISH MAHOGANY WARDROBE, by Mack, Williams & Gibton, 39 Stafford Street Dublin, labeled, the moulded cornice over two double panelled doors and raised on a plinth base, 82in (208cm)h x 51in (130cm)w. (1) 300 - 500

739 AN INLAID MAHOGANY SIDE OR HALL TABLE, O.R.M., the rectangular satin wood banded top, above a conforming frieze and raised on square tapering spade legs, 32in (82cm)h x 55in (140cm). (1) 150 - 250 740 AN IRISH GEORGE IV PERIOD MAHOGANY SECRETAIRE BOOKCASE, the top with two diamond glazed doors, within rope moulded pilasters, on a base with a drop front frieze drawer, enclosing an arrangement of nine drawers and pigeon holes, the brass lock stamped Morris of Dublin and two conforming doors below, the lock also stamped Morris of Dublin and enclosing two slides and flanked with tapering spiral reeded pilasters, on ring turned legs, 95in (242cm)h x 46.5 (119cm). (1) 400 - 600

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738 AN EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY DISPLAY CABINET, the breakfront moulded top above an inlaid frieze and a central glazed door, flanked to either side with a bowed glass panel and raised on square tapering inlaid legs, united by a shaped stretcher, 68in (173cm)h x 36in (92cm)w. (1) 250 - 350

736 AN ATTRACTIVE BURGUNDY GROUND CARPET, with all over floral pattern inside a navy border with six bands, 11ft 6” (350cm)x 8ft x 3” (252cm). (1) 250 - 300 737 AN EDWARDIAN BLACK MANTLE CLOCK, round dial, approx 10in (25cm) high x 8in(20cm) wide. Provenance: Lissadell House - purchased by the present owner at Mealy’s sale of Lissadel House contents in 2002. 150 - 250

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744 742 AN UNUSUAL MAHOGANY CHEST, 19th century probably Irish, with four long graduating drawers, the top one struck with a six digit number and raised on bracket feet, 39.5in (100cm)h x 28.5in (72cm). (1) 200 - 300

743 ATTRIBUTED MARY NICOL NEIL ARMOUR (1902-2000), Still Life, Vase of Daisies, fruit and a book on a ledge, pastel, bares indistinct signature lower right, 17in (43cm)h x 21in (53cm). (1) 200 - 300

744 DENNIS GONZALEZ, 20TH/21ST CENTURY, panoramic view of Sydney Harbour, views of the various bridges, opera house and down town in the background, O.O.C., 42in (107cm)h x 62in (157cm). (1) See Illustration

1500 - 2500

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745 DONALD McINTYRE (1923-2009) A Couple on a Beach, O.O.B., signed with initial DMC lower right, 9.5in (24cm)h x 11.5in (29cm) w. (1) 80 - 150 746 JAMES HUMBERT CRAIG (R.HA. R.U.A. 18771944), West of Ireland Landscape, with figure and cattle, a signed coloured print, 16.5in (42cm)h x 21.5in (55cm). (1) 80 - 120 747 JOHN FAULKNER R.H.A. (1835-1894), Figures Crossing a Style, at the edge of a village, with cattle and drover and figures by a horse drawn wagon, W.C., signed and indistinctly inscribed lower right, 18.75in (48cm)h x 39in (99cm). (1) See Illustration on page 52

750 - 1250 748 JOHN MORRIS (B. 1958), Windsurfer’s Inch Beach, O.O.B., signed, inscribed verso 10in (26cm)h x 24in (61cm). (1) 300 - 400 749 ROBERT CLEMINSON (act. C 1864-1903), Otters with a Salmon, on a rock by a river, O.O.C., signed lower left, 27.5in (70cm)h x 35.5in (90cm) 300 - 500 750 A SET OF TEN GOOD QUALITY IRISH SHERATON PERIOD INLAID MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, each with a double bar back and stuff over seat, on front square tapering legs; together with a matching carver, (the carver as is). (11) 700 - 1200 751 A FINE REGENCY GILT OVERMANTEL OR WALL MIRROR, the leaf moulded cornice above three églomisé panels, above an arrangement of four mirror plates, each plated headed with two caryatids, supporting hanging bell flowers and an oblong mirror panel below, flanked to either side with two solid gilt panels moulded with floral garlands, 75.5in (192cm)h x 51in (130cm)w. (1) See Illustration on inside front cover

5000 - 6000 752 A CHIPPENDALE STYLE MAHOGANY TWO DOOR CUPBOARD OR COCKTAIL CABINET, the two cushion panel doors, opening to reveal a fitted interior with maple lining, two shelves and a mirror, and two shelves for wine below, raised on a stand with central shell and shell capped cabriole legs with ball and claw feet, 57in (145cm)h x 50in (127cm). (1) 300 - 500

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753 A VERY FINE 18TH CENTURY DUTCH MARQUETRY CYLINDER BUREAU, the pull our writing slide opening to reveal a very nicely fitted interior, fitted with drawers, pigeon holes and secret compartment and a central tambour cupboard door, on a bombé base with three long drawers, raised on front spade legs with brass mounts, inlaid all over with birds, scrolling flowers, urns and other foliage, 44.5in (113cm)h x 49in (125cm). (1) See Illustration

4500 - 6500 754 AN ART NOUVEAU OAK BUREAU BOOKCASE, the carved and moulded cornice above two glazed and leaded doors, above a sloped front with fitted interior and two drawers below, 34in (87cm). (1) 150 - 250 755 JOHN H. OSWALD (1843-1895), Rugged Mountainous Landscape, with waterfall in foreground, O.O.C., signed lower left and dated 1871, 15.75in (40cm)h x 23.5in (60cm). (1) 200 - 300

756 A PAIR OF CREAM PAINTED AND CARVED GAINSBOROUGH TYPE ARMCHAIRS, each with padded back, seat and elbow rests, covered in attractive William Morris style green printed fabric, a leaf carved arm supports above front cabriole legs with scroll feet. (2) 1400 - 1700 757 A PERSIAN RUG, the iron red field with a centre blue medallion, with stylised floral pattern, inside an ivory border, 8ft 3 (250cm) x 6ft3 (190cm). (1) 300 - 500 758 A GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY AND CROSS BANDED CHEST, with three long and two short drawers raised on bracket feet, 38in (97cm). (1) 180 - 250 759 THREE OLD CANVAS AND METAL BOUND STEAMER TRUNKS, an old suitcase and an oblong wooden bench. (5) 50 - 70

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760 A PAIR OF LATE 19TH CENTURY GILT PIANO STOOLS, each with an adjustable padded seat, above a guilloche and bead moulded frieze and raised on three spiral fluted leaf moulded legs, 15in (38cm). (1) 300 - 400 761 WILLIAM PERCY FRENCH (1854-1920), Mountainous Landscape, Probably Mountains of Mourne, watercolour, signed with initials and dated 1913, also signed left and right, 5in (12.5cm)h x 7in (17cm)w. (1) 1500 - 2000 762 A SET OF FIVE OF WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY DINING ROOM CHAIRS, each with a scroll top rail and conforming cross rail, on front hexagonal turned tapering legs. (5) 100 - 200

766 A CAST IRON GARDEN BENCH, with curving slated seat and back, 59in (150cm). (1) 200 - 300 767 A GEORGE II PERIOD MAHOGANY CARD TABLE, the fold over top opening to reveal a baize lined surface, with candle slots, coins and marker slots and projecting rounded corners, above a shaped frieze with an associated drawer, on shell capped cabriole legs and webbed pad feet, 34.25in (87cm) w. (1) See Illustration

2000 - 3000 768 A GEORGE III IRISH STYLE BRASS BOUND MAHOGANY PEAT BUCKET, of spiral reeded cowpered form, with two brass carrying handles and a brass liner, 26in (66cm)h, (1) 1600 - 2200 769 A GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY BEDSIDE NIGHTTIME COMMODE, adapted, the tray top above a tambour fronted cupboard, and a pullout drawer, raised on square moulded legs, 31in (79cm) high, 19in (48cm) wide. (1) 200 - 300

763 763 A 19TH CENTURY ORNATE EBONISED AND BRASS MOUNTED PIETRA DURA SIDE CABINET OR CREDENZA, the serpentine shaped top with a cast brass edge and a brass guilloche moulded frieze, above a door with an oval brass framed panel, inset with semi precious stones forming a floral bouquet and a bird, hanging from a brass ribbon bow and four green faux tortoise shell spandrels and flanked to either side with display compartments, on a shaped plinth with brass mounted bun feet, 47in (120cm)h x 52in (132cm). (1) See Illustration

3000 - 4000 764 A BRASS COLUMN OIL LAMP, with reeded stem and Corinthian capital, supporting a ruby glass reservoir and shade, on a square stepped base, 38.5in (98cm)overall. (1) 750 - 1150 765 A BRASS OIL LAMP, converted to electricity; together with a tri-pod table. (2) 30 - 50 54

770 A GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE, the rectangular top with rounded corners, above a frieze drawer, raised on delicate ring turned legs, 26in (66cm). (1) 120 - 160 771 A GEORGE IV MAHOGANY AND ROSEWOOD BANDED TABLE PIANO OR SPINNET, by Astor and Horwood, Cornhill London, adapted and now a dressing table with hinged sides, flanking a satinwood recessed centre with two trellis panels, inscribed New Patent, above a flat work surface and two drawers to the frieze, with brass inlay and brass mounts, raised on turned and tapering reeded legs with brass casters, 33.5in (85cm) high, 67in (170cm). (1) 200 - 400 772 A GEORGE IV PERIOD INLAID MAHOGANY BREAKFRONT DRESSING TABLE MIRROR, with swing frame, on turned supports, above a frieze with three drawers and raised on bulbous legs, 21.5in (55cm). (1) 200 - 300

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773 A GEORGE IV PERIOD MAHOGANY LINEN CUPBOARD, with two panel doors, enclosing three slides, on a base with two drawers and raised on lion paw feet, 54in (138cm)h x 46in (117cm). (1) 150 - 250 774 A HAND TUFTED INDIAN CARPET, the iron red field with an all over floral pattern, inside an ivory border, 14ft (420cm) x 10ft (300cm). (1) 500 - 700 775 A LATE VICTORIAN MAHOGANY TELESCOPIC DINING TABLE, with two spare leaves, the moulded top with rounded corners and raised on four turned and reeded legs, 70in (180cm)l x 41in (104cm)w. (1) 200 - 300 776 A LIBRARY WING ARMCHAIR, early 20th century, with padded back, seat and arm rests, covered in ivory fabric, on front cabriole legs. (1) 100 - 150

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777 A MAHOGANY BEDSIDE CUPBOARD OR PEDESTAL, with octagonal leather inset top, above a pull out cupboard door with two shelves and raised on four sabre legs, 28in (71cm)h x 18in (46cm) w. (1) 80 - 120 778 A MODERN MAHOGANY INLAID AND CROSS BANDED REVOLVING BOOKCASE, with slatted compartments, 18.5in (47cm). (1) 100 - 200

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783 A SET OF THREE VERY ATTRACTIVE TWO BRANCH CARVED GILTWOOD WALL LIGHTS, each modelled as an eagle with outstretched wings, issuing two arms and standing on a wheat sheaf with bead collar, 17in (43cm)h x 13in (33cm). (3) 300 - 400 784 A SMALL OAK DROP LEAF GATE LEG TABLE, O.R.M., with demi lune flaps and turned supports, 35.5in (90cm. (1) 80 - 150 785 A VERY FINE 19TH CENTURY FRENCH GILT METAL MOUNTED COROMANDEL WOOD VANITY CASE, the interior fitted with various silver gilt mounted jars and bottles, an ink pot and a cartouche shaped mirror inset in cover, the lift out tray revealing various brushes and manicure implements, the lock inscribed Leroux Palais Royal 171 Paris, the entire piece with ornate silver gilt strapware, 13in (33cm) wide, See Illustration

779 A PAIR OF HEAVY CAST IRON FOOT SCRAPERS, each on rectangular Kilkenny limestone block plinth, 18in (46cm)h x 9in (23cm). (2) See Illustration

100 - 200 780 A PAIR OF UNUSUAL GEORGIAN PERIOD MAHOGANY BOW FRONTED HANGING CORNER CUPBOARDS, each with moulded cornice above two panel doors, 38in (99cm)h x 24in (61cm)w. (1) 200 - 300 781 A RECTANGULAR ROSEWOOD LADIES WORK TABLE, with long frieze drawer, on tapering brass mounted standard supports, 27.5in (70cm)h x 22in (56cm)w. (1) 80 - 150 782 A SCALE MODEL OF A BARREL TOP GYPSY CARAVAN, the roof and sides covered in green felt, the spoked wheels with iron rims, raised on a sprung chassis, the front with two half doors with upper glazed sections and two shafts, overall 36in (92cm) x 19.5in (50cm). (1) 300 - 600

2000 - 3000 786 A WILLIAM IV PERIOD ROSEWOOD SINGLE PEDESTAL DAVENPORT, the hinged slope front top with a three quarter pierced brass gallery and leaf cast scroll handle, the top sliding forward on two brass rails, above four graduating drawers and a writing slide, a pull out pen and ink compartment, and mock drawers to the opposing side, raised on brass castors, 22in (81cm)h x 18in (46cm)w. (1) 700 - 1200 787 AFTER GIOVANNI FRANCESCO ROMANELLI, The Cumaean Sibyl, O.O.C, 26in (66cm)h x 20.5in (52cm)w. (1) 70 - 120

785 790 AN ENAMEL PUB WALL SIGN, Guinness for Strength, 20in (51cm)h x 14in (36cm). (1) 150 - 250 791 AN IRISH VICTORIAN CARVED ROSEWOOD FOOT STOOL, by Willams & Gibton no. 38154 stamped, with padded top and a scroll and shell carved apron, raised on four cabriole legs, 14in (36cm). (1) 150 - 200 792 EDITH MORGAN (20TH/21ST CENTURY), Portrait of a Girl, O.O.B., 14.5in (37cm)h x 10.25in (26cm). (1) 250 - 350 793 JACK HEANEY (20TH CENTURY), Continental Landscape with Trees, mixed media on canvas, 26.5in (67cm)h x 34in (87cm). (1) 150 - 250

788 AN ATTRACTIVE KASHMIR RUG, the fawn field with an assortment of stylized flowers, inside a green floral border with two blue bands, 10ft8 (323cm) x 6ft6 (197cm). (1) 350 - 500 789 AN EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY KIDNEY SHAPED KNEE HOLE PEDESTAL DESK, with tan coloured tooled leather top, above a central frieze drawer and four pedestal drawers to either side, raised on square tapering legs, 47in (120cm)w. (1) See Illustration

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794 794 JOHN FAULKNER, RHA (1835-1894), Bullet Gardens Surrey, with figures, W.C., signed and inscribed lower left, 15 in (44cm) h x 29.5in (75cm). (1)

795 A PERSIAN CARPET, with central red floral medallion, on an ivory floral field inside dark blue and turquoise borders, .7ft 7”(231cm) x 5ft 8” (173cm). (1) 180 - 250

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700 - 1100

796 A VERY ATTRACTIVE MARBLE AND GILT GESSO CENTRE TABLE, the circular top with specimen marble inlay, in geometric designs and a band of anthemions and rosettes, raised on three leaf moulded cabriole supports, each with a lion paw terminal, raised on a white and veined grey marble triform base, 44in (112cm) wide, 32in (81cm) high. (1) See Illustration

3000 - 5000 797 A MOULDED GILT WALL MIRROR, O.R.M, the ornate swept frame, around a bevelled plate, 61.5in (158cm)h x 50in (127cm). (1) 150 - 250 798 A FORTIN STYLE BAROMETER, with square tubular stem stainless steel dials, O.R.M., on mahogany bracket, 44in (112cm) h. (1) 100 - 200

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799 A VERY LARGE AND HEAVY PAIR CARVED ITALIAN LIMESTONE GARDEN URNS, late 18th century / early 19th century, each with a leaf carved cover with pineapple finial, the vase shaped urns with two leaf scroll handles and a central cartouche, on a square stem base, raised on carved plinth with swelled panel sides, on a square three stage moulded base with canted corners, 93in (236cm)h x 28in (71cm). (2) See Illustration

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800 THREE SMALL ASSORTED ORIENTAL RUGS, various sizes. (3) 100 - 150

808 A CIRCULAR VICTORIAN WALNUT FOOT STOOL, with bead tapestry top, 11in (28cm)d; together with a small American arch top mantle clock; a Victorian desk stand and a rustic pen rest. (4) 50 - 70

801 A SUITE OF THREE MAHOGANY BOOKCASE UNITS, O.R.M., each with a dentil moulded cornice, above an arch with two shelves and two panel doors below; 77in (196cm)h x 35.5in (90cm)w; together with a matching corner cupboard. (3) 200 - 300 802 A PAIR OF FRENCH ROCOCO STYLE GILT BRASS CANDELABRA, each with four candle branches with shaped arms and lustre drops and festoons of buttons, adapted, 20in (51cm). (2) 200 - 400 803 A MAHOGANY TRIPLE PEDESTAL REGENCY STYLE DINING TABLE, with demi lune ends, raised on a central quadruple pod with brass lion paw feet and a pair of matching tripods, 12ft approx (3.6m) long, 42in (107cm) wide. (1) 600 - 1000 804 A LATE WILLIAM IV or EARLY VICTORIAN MAHOGANY SERVING/ SIDE TABLE, probably Irish, the panelled back with leaf scroll side panels, above a moulded top and two concealed frieze drawers, raised on very ornate leaf scroll cabriole legs, with scroll feet, 73in (186cm). (1)

809 805 19TH CENTURY STILL LIFE, depicting Fruit on a Ledge, pastel, 13.5in (34cm) h x 19in (49cm). (1) 80 - 120 806 A 19TH CENTURY BOULLE SIDE CABINET, with ornate brass inlay and brass mounts, around a centre glazed door an velvet lined interior, raised on a shaped plinth, 43.5in (111cm)h x 32.5in (83cm). (1) 400 - 600 807 A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY OPEN WATERFALL BOOKCASE, the upper section with three shelves, on a base with two panel doors, and raised on ring turned legs, 48in (122cm)h x 32in (82cm)w. (1) 1100 - 1500

809 A GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY DOUBLE CHAIR BACK SETTEE, the shaped and leaf moulded top rails above two pierced and vase shaped splat’s, with flower head and C scrolls above a drop in seat flanked with leaf scroll elbow rests, above a fret cut frieze on conforming fret cut square chamfered legs, united by a shaped stretcher, 57in (145cm). (1) See Illustration

1200 - 1800 810 A GILT GIRANDOLE WITH BEVELLED MIRROR PLATE, in a flower and bead moulded frame, issuing two scroll candle arms, issuing bell flower scrolls and a central anthemion panel, 31in (79cm)h x 16.5in (42cm). (1) 180 - 250 811 A KASHMIR RUG, the ivory floral ground with a centre burgundy medallion, inside a multi band border, 8ft 7” (231cm) x 5ft 1” (155cm). 160 - 220

See Illustration

2800 - 3500

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812 A MODERN MAHOGANY CHESS OR GAMES TABLE, with parquetry inlaid top, above a frieze drawer on square tapering legs, 27in (69cm)h x 24in (60cm)w. (1) 80 - 150

819 A TABRIZ CARPET, with cruciform navy floral medallion, on a burgundy floral field, with ivory spandrels and a turquoise floral border, 11ft7 (352cm) x 7ft9 (234cm). (1) 400 - 600

813 A PAIR OF ATTRACTIVE WING BACK LIBRARY ARMCHAIRS, each with button back and cushion seat and covered in tan hide, raised on front cabriole legs with ball and claw feet. (2) 300 - 400

820 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY TABLE TOP ESTATE OR STATIONARY CABINET, with two front tambour doors, enclosing three rows of pigeon hole compartments, 41.5in (106cm). (1) 80 - 120 821 A VICTORIAN THREE TIER MAHOGANY DUMB WAITER, with four knop finials on turned supports and legs, 41in (104cm)w. (1) 180 - 250

814 814 A PAIR OF BRASS BOUND INLAID MAHOGANY WINE COOLERS OR CELLARETS, each of octagonal form with a hinged cover, enclosing a zinc lined interior with draining trap and raised on a fixed stand with square legs, 27in (69cm)h x 19in (49cm)w. (2) See Illustration

1800 - 2500 815 A PAIR OF CARVED OAK ARMCHAIRS OR THRONE CHAIRS, late 19th century in the 17th century style, each crested with crown and thistles above an oval caned panel and caned seat, the front apron crested as above, raised on leaf carved scroll legs. (2) 200 - 300

818 A SMALL GEORGIAN STYLE SHIELD SHAPED DRESSING TABLE MIRROR, with shaped frame, 17in (43cm)w. (1) 50 - 90

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822 A VICTORIAN WALNUT ARMCHAIR, the pierced and moulded back, a cartouche shaped padded centre panel and a serpentine fronted padded seat, on front cabriole legs. (1) 350 - 550 823 AN ATTRACTIVE SILVER BULLION NEEDLEWORK PICTURE, on gold silk, depicting a centre peacock, surrounded by other birds and four crowns, 16.5in (42cm)h x 15.5in (40cm). (1) 50 - 80 824 AN EDWARDIAN ROSEWOOD CHIFFONIER, profusely inlaid with scrolling foliage, vases and urns, the super structure with an arrangement of eight shelves, five mirror panels, on a breakfront base, with an arrangement of doors, vacant compartments, shelves and a drawer, 58in (147cm)w. (1) 120 - 180

816 A PAIR OF INLAID MAHOGANY BEDSIDE OR LAMP TABLES, O.R.M., each with a frieze drawer on square tapering legs, 28in (71cm)h x 19.5in (50cm). (2) 80 - 120 817 A RECTANGULAR VICTORIAN WALNUT TEA CADDY, with triple compartment interior, 12in (30cm). (1) 70 - 120

826 AN INDIAN HAND TUFTED WOOL CARPET, the dark floral field inside conforming tan border and with a cavas backing, 14ft (422cm) x 10ft( 300cm) 500 - 700

829 829 ATTRIBUTED TO THOMAS GEORGE COOPER (1836-1901) Donkey and Sheep in a River Landscape, oil on canvas, 8.25in (21cm) high, 10.25in (26cm). (1) See Illustration

500 - 700 830 EDITH MORGAN (20TH/21ST CENTURY) Nude Study, O.O.B., 15in (38cm)h x 10in (26cm). (1) 200 - 300

825

825 AN EIGHTEENTH CENTURY MAHOGANY OR RED WALNUT LOW BOY, the rectangular moulded top, above an arrangement of three drawers and an arched kneehole centre, on tapering turned legs, with pad feet, 28.5in (72cm)h x 30in (76cm). (1)

831 JULIUS SCHEUERER (1859-1913), Terrier with Cockerel and Dove, O.O.P., 4in (10cm)h x 5in (13cm). (1)

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See Illustration

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832 AN IVORY GROUND CHINESE WOOL CARPET, with a floral border, 10ft4 (315cm)h x 7ft1 (260cm). (1) 250 - 350 833 A SMALL TWO SEATER WING BACK SETTEE, on front cabriole legs. (1) 80 - 120

838 A CHIPPENDALE STYLE MAHOGANY BLANKET CHEST, 20th cenury, the gadroon moulded rectangular top above two panel doors, on a stand with two drawers and a shaped apron, raised on cabriole legs with ball and claw feet, 44in (112cm)w. (1) 180 - 250 839 A FINE BRASS INLAID REGENCY PERIOD ROSEWOOD BRACKET CLOCK, by McMaster of Dublin, with double Fusee movement, striking on a steel bell, the architectural style case with a brass pineapple finial, above a circular convex painted dial with Roman numerals signed, flanked to either side with brass trellis panels and fruit and ring handles, on a rectangular bead moulded plinth base with ball feet, together with it’s brass inlaid bracket shelf, 21in (54cm)h x 11.25in (28.5cm). (1) See Illustration

2600 - 3600

834 834 A LATE 19TH CENTURY OVAL GILT AND GESSO WALL MIRROR, crested with an urn and two ram’s masks, issuing scrolling bell flowers, the bevelled plate in a gadroon and bead moulded frame, the apron moulded in the form of wreathe, 41in (104cm) high, 23in (59cm) wide. (1) See Illustration

200 - 300 835 A SET OF FIVE WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, each with a bar back and drop in seat, on front hexagonal tapering turned legs. (5) 100 - 150 836 A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY AND SATINWOOD BANDED WATERFALL BOOKCASE, with three graduating shelves, on a bow fronted base, with two cupboard doors and raised on square shortened legs, 46in (117cm)h x 22in (56cm)w, adapted. (1) 300 - 500

840 A FINE GEORGE III CHECKER STRUNG EWE WOOD BUREAU, probably Irish, the slope front enclosing a nicely figured interior with central door, secret compartments, pigeon holes and drawers, above a frieze drawer and and three long drawers below, raised on associated with bracket feet. (1)

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800 - 1200 841 A GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY SNAP TOP BIRD CAGE AND SWIVEL ACTION OCCASIONAL TABLE, with shaped dish top, on an ornate carved stem, with tripod base with leaf carved cabriole legs and ball and claw feet, 25.25in (65cm)h x 19in (48cm)d. (1) 600 - 800

842 A GEORGE IV PERIOD MAHOGANY SWINGFRAME DRESSING TABLE MIRROR, the rectangular plate above a bow fronted base with three drawers, flanked to each side with half turned baluster pilasters, raised on ball feet, 24in (61cm). (1) See Illustration

180 - 250

837 A 19TH CENTURY PIERCED BRASS FENDER, with tubular top rail above a gadroon moulded pierced panels and raised on three front legs, 49in (125cm). (1) 180 - 250

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843 A KASHMIR BOKHARA DESIGN RUG, with six rows of oval medallions, within grided panels, on a dark blue field inside a multi border, 7ft 6” (229cms) x 5ft 1” (155cm). (1) 160 - 180

849 AN ATTRACTIVE ORIENTAL STYLE IRON RED GROUND MACHINE MADE FLORAL RUG, inside an ivory floral border 8ft3 (252cm)l x 7ft (200cm). (1) 120 - 170

844 A PAIR OF ATTRACTIVE 19TH CENTURY ADAMS STYLE MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIRS, each crested with an arched wreath and an oval patrae and two unusual scroll splats, flanking a central baluster shaped splat, above a stuff over seat, on front square tapering legs with block feet. (2) 180 - 250

850 AN ATTRACTIVE PERSIAN HERIZ CARET, with floral central medallion, on a burgudy floral field with ivory spandrels, 11ft10 (360cm ) x 7ft11 (242cm). (1) 400 - 600

845 A PAIR OF ATTRACTIVE WING BACK LIBRARY ARMCHAIRS, each with button back and cushion seat and covered in tan hide, raised on front cabriole legs with ball and claw feet. (2) 300 - 400 846 A RARE MAP OF THE PHOENIX PARK DUBLIN, celebrating Catholic Emancipation Centenary Sunday June 23rd 1929, scale 8in to 1 statute mile, by the Ordnance survey office Phoenix Park, together with an index of standing orders for the Ordnance Survey Phoenix Park April 1826, lithographed at the office, and a Dotum Memorandum taken out Poolbeg Lighthouse at spring tide, low water mark 1837. (3) 80 - 150 847 A SET OF 6 (4+2) IRISH GEORGE III STYLE MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, O.R.M., each with a shell inlaid back above a curved cross rail and olive hide covered seat, raised on front tapering legs. (6) 200 - 300 848 A WALNUT ARTS AND CRAFTS CHAIR, the pierced shell back with floral panel, on a padded seat and turned legs. (1) 80 - 120

851 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY PIERCED BRASS AND BRIGHT CUT FENDER, with Gothic style bands and other pierced tracery and raised on four lion paw feet, 47in (120cm). (1) 250 - 350 852 AN EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY BUTTON BACK SETTEE, on front square legs; together with a matching wing armchair and another similar attractive Edwardian armchair, all covered in pink fabric. (3) 150 - 220 853 AN INLAID MAHOGANY TWO DRAWER SIDE TABLE OR DRESSING TABLE, O.R.M., the rectangular top on square tapering legs, 35.5in (90cm)w. (1) 50 - 80 854 AN INLAID ROSEWOOD BEDROOM PEDESTAL, of inverted break front outline, with marble inset top above an arrangement of drawers and a drop down cupboard with white marble lined interior, profusely inlaid with scrolling foliage, on a moulded inverted break front base with bulbous feet, 38in (97cm)h x 18.25in (47cm)w. (1)

857 857 GEORGINA LARA (ACT. 1840-1880) Figures Outside an Inn in a Hamlet, with various animals and fowel, O.O.C., 11.5in (29cm)h x 19.25in (49cm). (1) See Illustration

700 - 1100 858 MARGO BANKS (B.1951), Artichokes, still life, mixed media on paper, signed and dated ‘00 21.5in (55cm)h x 29in (74cm)w. (1) 400 - 600 859 A VERY FINE QUALITY 19TH CENTURY EBONISED BUREAU DE DAME, profusely inlaid with cut brass tracery, in the form of scrolling foliage, the top with a three quarter pierced brass gallery above a bombe body and a sloped front, opening to reveal an inlaid satinwood interior with drawers and two slides, slide opening to reveal two velvet lined interiors above a shaped frieze inset with an oval panel and raised on four ornate brass mounted cabriole legs, 36.5in (93cm)h x 30in (77cm). (1) See Illustration

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875 860 A VERY ATTRACTIVE EIGHT BRANCH REGENCY STYLE BRASS CEILING LIGHT, with onyx coloured bell shaped glass shades, and a conforming dish, 24in (61cm)h x 30in (77cm) approx. (1) 400 - 600 861 A GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY TAMBOUR FRONTED DESK, the roll back front opening to reveal a pull-out writing surface, drawers and pigeon holes, above two frieze drawers, raised on square tapering legs, 42in (107cm) wide. (1) See Illustration

700 - 1200 862 19TH CENTURY IRISH SCHOOL, Portrait of a Cleric, O.O.C., unframed 36in (92cm)h x 28in (71cm) and its companion, probably his wife, wearing a red dress with lace collar, O.O.C., 35in (89cm)h x 27.25in (69cm); together with another portrait in the style of Rembrandt, depicting a man with turban, O.O.C., 29in (74cm) x 21.25in (54cm) all unframed. (3) 180 - 250 863 A 18TH CENTURY STYLE OAK DROP LEAF GATE LEG DINING TABLE, with demi lune flaps, on turned supports and bun feet, 49in (125cm). (1) 200 - 300 864 A 19TH CENTURY IRISH OAK LIFT TOP CHEST, by Strahan company of Dublin, stamped, the top brass name plate inscribed Cotton Mount Alverno Sorrento Rd., 24.5in (63cm)w. (1) 150 - 250

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865 A CAST BRONZE WALL OR GARDEN FOUNTAIN, the winged and arch back crested with a flower, above a lion mask spout and a shell bowl on a tri stem cluster support and a leaf cast plinth, 73in (176cm)h x 30in (76cm). (1) 650 - 750 866 A DECORATED EDWARDIAN TURQUOISE OIL LAMP, decorrated with flowers and birds, with brass reservoir, 26in (66cm); and another similar ditto. (2) 120 - 160 867 A HAMADAN RUG, with iron red field and all over stylized floral field, 7ft 11” (241cm) x 3ft 3” (100cm). (1) 100 - 150 868 A KIDNEY SHAPED INLAID LADIES SATIN WOOD DRESSING TABLE, late 19th century with an arrangement of three frieze drawers, raised on X shaped supports, 29.25in (74cm). (1) 150 - 250 869 A LATE WILLIAM IV MAHOGANY BEDSIDE POT CUPBOARD, with three quarter gallery and cupboard door, raised on four turned legs, 31.5in (80cm) high, 16.5in (42cm) wide. (1) 100 - 200 870 A MAHOGANY WINE TABLE, George III period and later, with shaped dish top, on turned stem with tripod base, 20.5in (53cm)h x 18.5in (48cm)d. (1) 300 - 500

871 A PAIR OF GEORGE III PERIOD WALNUT SIDE CHAIRS, each with an arched back and balloon shaped pierced splat, above a stuff over seat on front square tapering legs. (2) 100 - 150 872 A REGENCY PERIOD MAHOGANY THREEDRAWER CHEST, raised on a splayed bracket feet, 30in (76cm) high, 33in (84cm) wide. (1) 300 - 400 873 A VICTORIAN STYLE SWEPT GILT AND GESSO WALL MIRROR, with bevelled plate, 47in (120cm)h x 40in (101cm)w overall. (1) 100 - 200 874 A WILLIAM IV PERIOD LADIES MAHOGANY WORK TABLE, the rectangular cross banded top above a frieze drawer, raised on a U shaped support and a quatrefoil base, 30in (76cm). (1) 100 - 150 875 AFTER LOUIS FRANCOIS ROUBILIAC (16951762) Oliver Cromwell, an 18th century oval bronze relief profile portrait relief, in leaf crest bronze frame with ribbon crest, 8.5in (22cm) x 5.5in (14cm). (1) See Illustration

1000 - 1500 876 AN ATTRACTIVE HERIZ RUG, with central floral medallion, on an ivory ground, inside iron red spandrels and a dark blue border, 10ft (304cm)l x 6ft5 (196cm) 250 - 350

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877 AN ATTRACTIVE PAIR OF MARQUETRY INLAID KINGWOOD PETIT COMMODES, each with a serpentine shaped yellow marble top, on a bombeĂŠ shaped body, with brass mounts and three drawers, raised on cabriole legs, 29in (74cm)h x 14in (36cm). (2) 500 - 600 878 AN ATTRACTIVE PERSIAN KASHAN RUG, with navy and ivory floral medallion, on a burgudy ground with floral field, inside three colour spandrels and a conforming dark blue border, 10ft3 (311cm) x 7ft2 (218cm). (1) 500 - 800

881 AN EXTREMELY FINE PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY BIRDS EYE MAPLE EBONISED AND KING WOOD BANDED BONHEURS DU JOUR, each super structure with brass galleries and a raised centre with a recessed compartment with mirror back, flanked to either side with a conforming cupboard door, each with a sevre style porcelain panel, inside a brass frame, depicting royal portraits, the base with a moulded brass edge and three frieze drawers, the centre drawer with a tooled leather writing slide, above a shaped shelf and an inverted break front platform, the entire piece inset with porcelain panels and brass mounts, 60.5in (154cm)h x 54in (137cm). (2) See Illustration

14000 - 17000

879 AN EDWARDIAN WALNUT ARMCHAIR, the scroll and leaf carved back, with an oval padded panel , above a serpentine fronted seat, on cabriole legs. (1) 80 - 150 880 AN EIGHTEENTH CENTURY IRISH FLAT CARVED PIER MIRROR, the scroll crest with rosettes, above a mirror plate, in a carved and moulded frame, with hanging floral swags and leaf scrolls and a central shelf to the apron, 48in (122cm)h x 32in (81cm)w. (1) See Illustration

1800 - 2500

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880 882 AN OBLONG MAHOGANY HALL BENCH, William IV period, adapted with solid seat and raised on front turned reeded lgs, 42in (107cm) w. (1) 180 - 250

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883 883 GEORGE GOODWIN I KILBURNE (1839-1924), Elegant Couple within Wall Garden with Peacock, w.c., signed lower left, 12in (31cm)h x 8.75in (22.5cm). (1)

884 LATE 18TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, Christ Healing The Sick, a busy street scene with numerous figures and animals, O.O.P., 18.5in (47cm)h x 24.75in (63cm). (1)

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885 MARGO BANKS (B.1951), Seascape, mixed media on paper, signed lower right, 21in (53cm)h x 28in (71cm). (1) 300 - 400

893 A LATE VICTORIAN INLAID WALNUT CHIFFONIER, with mirror back and marble top above four arched mirror doors, 47in (120cm). (1) 70 - 120

886 A 19TH CENTURY OVAL GILT WALL MIRROR, with ribbon bow crest on a moulded frame, 23in (59cm)h x 18in (46cm). (1) 80 - 120

894 A LOUIS XV STYLE FRENCH GILT CONSOLE TABLE, with shaped marble top, above a fluted frieze with centre rosette and hanging swags, raised on front fluted legs, united by a shaped stretcher with urn centre, 36in (92cm)h x 44in (112cm)w. (1) 300 - 400

887 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, Cottage at the Edge of a Lake,O.O.C., 18in (46cm)h x 24in (61cm), unframed. (1) 100 - 200

895 A MAHOGANY TRUNK OR SUITCASE STAND, with railed top on turned legs, 36in (91cm)w. (1) 150 - 200

888 A BOKHARA RUNNER, with two rows of octagons, on a burgundy ground, within a dark navy border, 10ft 2” (309cm) x 3ft 6” (107cm). 100 - 150

891 891 A HEAVY FLAT CARVED EARLY LIMESTONE WALL PANEL, depicting a crowned figure playing a harp, with indistinct description above, 20in (51cm)h x 18.5in (47cm). (1) See Illustration

889

600 - 800 892 A LATE 19TH CENTURY PITCH PINE FOLD UP LIBRARY POLE LADDER, with five steps, 65in (165cm)h. (1)

889 A GEORGE III PERIOD RED WALNUT OR MAHOGANY CARD TABLE, with pull out concertina action raised on front leaf carved cabriole legs with pad feet, 36in (92cm) wide, (1).

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300 - 400

500 - 800

896 A RECTANGULAR VICTORIAN STOOL, with padded seat on turned legs, covered in peach fabric, 31in (79cm). (1) 180 - 250 897 A SET OF THREE MODERN BRASS FIRE IRONS, each with ball and claw finial and a pair of matching brass fire dogs. (5) 50 - 70 898 A VERY ATTRACTIVE 19TH CENTURY SERPENTINE SHAPED CARVED GILTWOOD CONSOLE TABLE, with white marble top, the centre frieze with two stylized dolphins amongst sea scrolls and raised on front cabriole supports, carved with fruit and scrolling leaves, united by a stretcher with central urn and raised on ball moulded scroll feet, 36.5in (92cm)h x 49in (125cm)w. (1) See Illustration

1500 - 2500

890 890 A GEORGE IV PERIOD EBONY STRUNG MAHOGANY CELLARET, the rectangular moulded top with a cross banded oval centre, opening to reveal a twelve bottle section compartment and a lower drawer, raised on ogee bracket feet, 20.5in (52cm)h x 20in (50cm). (1)

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901 AN EXTREMELY FINE LARGE DEMI LUNE SIDE TABLE, George III period, the top with a central satinwood fan, issuing chained husks and ribbon bows, joined by garlands of colourful flowers, inside a ribbon decorated and cross banded edge, above a conforming decorated frieze, inlaid with shells, raised on five decorated square tapering spade legs, 32in (81cm)h x 75in (191cm)w. (1) See Illustration

904

3000 - 4000

899 899 A VERY ATTRACTIVE WILLIAM IV PERIOD ROSEWOOD AND BRASS INLAID FOLD OVER CARD TABLE, the top with rounded corners above an inlaid frieze, on lappet moulded upward tapering stem, on a quatrefoil concave platform, with carved lion paw feet, 36in (91cm). (1) See Illustration

700 - 1100 900 AN ATTRACTIVE CUTGLASS GILT BRASS TWO HANDLED VASE SHAPED TABLE LAMP, with dark pleated shade, 34.5in (88cm)h. (1) 450 - 500

902 AN INLAID MAHOGANY SWING FRAME CHEVAL MIRROR, with oval plate and brass urn finials, 57.5in (146cm)h x 23.25in (59cm)w. (1) 200 - 300 903 AN ORIENTAL QASHQAI RUG, with two stepped iron red cruciform medallion, inside a multi border,5’11 (180cm) x 3’11 (119cm). (1) 120 - 200 904 ATTRIBUTED TO JAMES CLARKE (18581943) The Breakaway Work Horse Following the Hunt, O.O.C., 16in (41cm)h x 23.5in (60cm)w. (1) See Illustration

300 - 500

905 CHARLES W. OSWALD (19th/20th CENTURY) Highland Scene with Cattle by a Loch, and its companion similar subject, O.O.C., a pair, unframed, 10in (25cm)h x 14in (36cm). (2) 80 - 150 906 Colm Murphy (20th/21st Century Irish), “Study of a Robin on a Tree Branch,” and its companion “Crane amongst Reeds,” both signed, 25½” x 8” (65cms x 20cms). N.B. Colm Murphy is son of Seamus Murphy R.H.A., Sculptor and Stone Carver Cork. (2) 70 - 120 907 EDRADOUR CROCK 10 year old Scotch Malt Whisky 80 - 90

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908 R. WRIGHT (LATE 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL), Figures Walking on a Path, an extensive landscape, W.C., signed lower left, 10in (26cm) h x 14.5in (37cm); together with another Irish painting by Margaret Ellis, Country Lane Co. Mayo, O.O.B., 13.5in (35cm)h x 17.5in (45cm). (2) 100 - 200

914 A VERY ATTRACTIVE PAIR OF FEATHER PICTURES, one modelled with an owl, perched on a tree branch, the branch painted in watercolour, and another owlet flying above; the other a colourful bird perched on a rock and its younger bird flying above, 9.25in (24cm)h x 6.25in (16cm). (2) 180 - 250 915 LATE 19TH CENTURY/EARLY 20TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, a pair of Tranquil Harbour Scenes, each with sailing boats, O.O.C., both unframed, 30in (76cm)h x 13in (33cm). (2) 70 - 90

909

909 ROBERT RICHARD SCANLAN (IRISH, WORKED 1826-1864), watercolour portrait of an unidentified officer of the 88th foot (Connaught Rangers), standing full length in frock coat, 11 inches (28 cm) x 8 inches (21 cm) vertical approx., signed and dated 1844, framed and glazed See Illustration

180 - 220 910 SAMUAL PARR, N.S.A (EXH. 1886-1921), Spring Time, with Figures by Farmhouses, O.O.P., signed lower right 18in (46cm)h x 10in (25cm). (1) 200 - 400 911 A LATE 19TH CENTURY PIERCED BRASS FENDER, with Greek key pattern, 55in (140cm); together with a set of three heavy brass fire irons, each with urn finial; together with a pair of heavy cast brass lion head fire dogs. (6) 70 - 120 912 A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY DROP LEAF PEMBROKE TYPE TABLE, with rectangular flaps and frieze drawer and square tapering legs, 33in (84cm). (1) 80 - 150 913 A MODERN INDIAN KELIM RUG, with rectangular panels; another oriental style wool rug, and a bokhara style runner, 7ft11 (239cm)h x 2ft3 (68cm). (3) 80 - 100

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916 19TH CENTURY INDIAN COLONIAL SCHOOL, Portrait of a Pathan Tribal Elder with Grey Beard, pastel on paper, 10in (26cm) high, 6.5in (17cm) wide; with Peshawar region river scene verso, two original paintings as one. (1) 60 - 100 917 A KASHMIR RUG the dark turquoise all over floral field, within a fawn border and smaller bands, 9ft 8”(295cm) x 6ft 4” (193cm) 500 - 600 918 A CIRCULAR EBONISED AND PARCEL GILT WALL MIRROR, in the Regency style, 25in (64cm). (1) 180 - 220 919 A GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY TRAY TOP NIGHT TIME COMMODE, the reeded front panal with a cupboard door, above a pull out night time commode furnished and raised on square legs, 30in (77cm)h x 24in (61cm)w. (1) 700 - 900

922 A MAHOGANY AND BRASS MOUNTED WALL HANGING COAT RACK, the six brass hooks with ceramic finials, 31in (79cm). (1) 50 - 70 923 A MINIATURE TABLE TOP CHEST, late 19th century, with three drawers and turned pilasters, 10.5in (27cm) x 10.5in (27cm); together with a 19th century mahogany lap desk, with brass handles 18in (46cm), as is. (2) 80 - 150 924 A PAIR OF UNUSUAL GREY AND WHITE VEINED MARBLE CORNER STANDS, each with moulded and bow fronted top and two conforming shelves below, 30in (76cm)h x 20in (51cm)w. (1) 600 - 700 925 A PAIR OF WALNUT OCCASIONAL CHAIRS, each in the Queen Ann style with padded back and seat, raised on front shell cap cabriole legs and pad feet. (2) 80 - 100 926 A PERSIAN MASLAGHAN RUG, with iron red field and central medallion with blue spandrelss, 6ft11h (211cm) x 4ft 7 (138cm). (1) 120 - 200 927 A REGENCY STYLE OVAL MAHOGANY FLIP TOP BREAKFAST TABLE, O.R.M., with cross banded edge, on tri-pod base, 39in (100cm)h x 48in (123cm)w. (1) 100 - 200

920 A LARGE BAKHTIARI RUG, the iron red and dark blue field with centre ivory medallion, with colourful flowers and ivory spandrel’s,inside an ivory border, 10ft2 (310cm) x 6ft10 (209cm). (1) 300 - 350 921 A LARGE CARVED OAK MIRROR BACK CHIFFONIER, the gadroon moulded cornice above two mirror plates and two shelves, centred with a mask carved cupboard door, and two carved panels below flanking a further mirror, on conforming base, with two conforming frieze drawers and two panel doors below with figures in interiors cared in relief, 89in (226cm) high, 67in (170cm) wide. (1) 300 - 500

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932 928 AN IVORY GROUND PERSIAN RUG, with all over floral field, inside a three band border, 6ft1 (185cm)h x 3ft11 (119cm). (1) 180 - 250 929 A VICTORIAN OAK TABLE, the rectangular moulded plank top with rounded corners, above a frieze with one mock and two drawers, raised on turned legs, 66in (168cm) w. (1) Provenance: Smarmore Castle 200 - 300 930 A WILLIAM IV PERIOD ROSEWOOD TEA POY, the sarcophagus shaped top, with a bead edge, opening to reveal four lidded caddies and two glass mixing bowls, raised on a spiral reeded and leaf moulded stem, with quatrefoil concave base with reeded ball feet, 28.5in (73cm)h x 18in (46cm). (1) 1100 - 1500

933 AN OAK AND BRASS MOUNTED HALL TABLE, by J.A.S. Shoolbred & Co., the back with two brass galleries, above two tubular brass railed compartments for sticks and umbrellas and a central frieze drawer stamped, 36.5in (92cm)h x 42in (107cm). (1) See Illustration

1200 - 1800 934 DICKSON (20TH 21ST CENTURY), Still Life, Flowers and Apples, oil on canvas, signed lower right, 7.5in (19cm)h x 9.25in (23cm); together with a hand coloured print, The Artful Dodger; and an Irish Celtic Art Studio wall relief. (3) 10 - 20

931 AN 18TH CENTURY OAK LIFT TOP BLANKET CHEST, with three cushion panels to the front above two drawers, raised on style legs, 30in (76cm) high, 47in (119cm). (1) 300 - 500 932 AN EXTREMELY 19TH CENTURY HEAVY MORTAR CANNON, 31in (79cm)l x 19.5in x (50cm)h x 18.5in (47cm)w the barrel 13.5in (34cm) and stamped F.E & S. & N, with four heavy iron ring fixings, on plinth base. (1) See Illustration

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935 GEORGE DRUMMOND-FISH (IRISH, 18761938), WATERCOLOUR LANDSCAPE, west of Ireland coastal scene (possibly Co. Mayo), bays and inlets with sheep grazing on a rugged headland in foreground, 18 inches (46 cm) x 12 inches (30 cm) horizontal approx, signed at bottom left, framed and glazed. Note: George Drummond Fish saw service with the 6th Battalion Royal Irish Rifles at Gallipoli during WW1, as part of the 29th Brigade of the 10th (Irish) Division. There he produced numerous military paintings and sketches of the bleak landscape of the Gallipoli peninsula, including eight watercolour sketches that were used to illustrate Henry Hanna’s book “The Pals at Suvla Bay”, which recorded the exploits of the Irish Rugby Football Union volunteers of “D” Company of the 7th Battalion Royal Dublin Fusiliers during the Gallipoli campaign. Three of Drummond-Fish’s watercolours were also used to illustrate Bryan Cooper’s “The 10th (Irish) Division at Gallipoli”. Watercolours of Gallipoli by Drummond-Fish are also held by the National Army Museum, London, and the Royal Irish Regiment, Ballymena. In the post-war years, Drummond-Fish painted extensively in Ireland, Wales and Scotland, specialising in remote moorland and coastal scenes which, with their rugged terrain, perhaps provided a haunting reminder of the Gallipoli landscape which he had painted during the campaign of 1915. Lot accompanied by a copy of Henry Hanna’s “The Pals at Suvla Bay”, several of the illustrations within which, also depicting bays, inlets and low brush covered hills, bear a striking resemblance to this watercolour. 2015 is the Centenary of the Gallipoli Campaign See Illustration

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942 A 19TH CENTURY OAK HANGING CORNER CUPBOARD, with moulded cornice over two doors, 40in (102cm)h x 28in (71cm)w. (1) 80 - 150 943 A BURGUNDY GROUND TABRIZ RUG, with centre navy and ivory medallion, with all over stylized floral field and borderless edge, 8ft 9” (267cm) x 6ft (183cm). (1) 140 - 160

936 936 19TH CENTURY IRISH SCHOOL, Portrait of a Lady, wearing a white satin dress and lace collar and fur cloak, sitting in a landscape with mountain beyond, probably the Sugarloaf, Co. Wicklow; and her companion Gentleman with Dark Jacket and Bow Tie, both O.O.B., 10.5in (27cm)h x 8.5in (22cm). (2) See Illustration

250 - 350 937 AN ART NOUVEAU INLAID MAHOGANY SLOPEFRONT COAL SCUTTLE, 13.5in (35cm). (1) 80 - 120 938 A MAHOGANY DINING TABLE, Victorian and later, with two spare leaves and a moulded edge, raised on four turned and tapering reeded legs, 94in(239cm)l x 40in (102cm)w. (1) 280 - 350 939 19TH CENTURY SCHOOL, Dutch Men O’ War by a Harbour, oil on canvas, 28in (70cm) high, 32in (82cm). (1) 250 - 400 940 WILLIAM CUNNINGHAM (B. 1946), The Harbour at Carlough, O.O.B., signed lower right, 13.5in (34cm)sq. 150 - 250 941 A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY OR RED WALNUT SILVER TABLE, the rectangular top with a shaped gallery, above a frieze drawer, raised on cabriole legs, with webbed pad feet, 29in (74cm)h x 33.5in (85cm)w. (1) See Illustration

944 A HEAVY PIERCED CAST IRON FENDER, of serpentine form, 42in (107cm); together with another small pierced brass fender, 22in (56cm). (2) 70 - 90 945 A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIRS, each with a double rail back and drop in seat, raised on front square tapering legs; together with two other pairs of chairs. (6) 50 - 80 946 A PAIR OF FRENCH GILT OCCASIONAL CHAIRS, each moulded back in the Rococo style above a serpentine fronted seat, on ornate front cabriole legs, covered in attractive gold fabric. (2) 180 - 250 947 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN OAK SIDE CHAIRS, each with a curved bar back and a drop in seat, raised on hexagonal tapering turned legs; together with a 19th century beech arm chair. (3) 100 - 150 948 A PERSIAN MASHAD CARPET, with floral shaped centre ivory medallion, on a burgundy floral field, with ivory spandrels, 11ft4 (345cm) x 8ft (244cm). (1) 500 - 800 949 A SET OF FOUR LATE VICTORIAN GOTHIC STYLE OAK DINING CHAIRS, by Hogden of Manchester, each arched top above two open panels and a stuff over seat, raised on front turned legs, each signed and with a four digit number. (4) 180 - 250

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950 A VERY ATTRACTIVE FIVE PIECE EDWARDIAN DECORATED SATIN WOOD SUITE OF SEAT FURNITURE, comprising a double chair back settee, with caned panels, sides and seat, the back panels decorated with cherubs, the rails and lower panels decorated with flowers, raised on baluster turned and decorated legs; together with four matching bow fronted arm chairs. (5) See Illustration

4000 - 5000 951 A VERY UNUSUAL KYNOCH LTD. AMMUNITION ADVERTISING MIRROR, with bevelled plate, illustrating various sporting cartridges, in original Kynoch oak frame, 31in (79cm)h x 27in (69cm)w. (1) 750 - 850

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952 A WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY TWO DOOR COLLECTOR’S CABINET, the moulded top above two panel doors, enclosing an arrangement of sixteen graduating drawers, raised on a plinth base, 39.5in (101cm) h x 48in (122cm). (1) See Illustration

300 - 500 953 ALEXANDER WILLIAMS R.H.A, A.R.H.A. (1846-1930), A Path in the Woods by Howth Castle, and its companion Surrey Lane, O.O.C, a pair, signed lower right, and lower left, 15.5in (40cm)h x 10in (25cm)w. (2)

954 AN ATTRACTIVE FIGURED WALNUT CHEST, in the regency style, O.R.M., with four graduating drawers and raised on splayed bracket feet, 32.5in (83cm)h x 21in (54cm). (1) 480 - 550 955 AN IRISH STYLE CARVED MAHOGANY SIDE OR HALL TABLE, with gadroon edge, the apron carved with basket of fruit and raised on cabriole legs with ball and claw feet, 43.5in (110cm). (1) 80 - 120

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800 - 1200

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956 AN OVAL COPPER FRAMED MIRROR, with bevelled plate; a small circular brass framed mirror and one other oval mirror. (3) 40 - 60 957 AN OXIDISED BRASS THEODOLITE, Casella London No. 4971, with 10.5in (27cm) scope, silverised vernier, 2x2 (5cm) bubble levels and a 3.5 (9cm) bubble level to the rib (as is), one screw tri-pod attachment and tri- form base, 9in (23cm)h. (1) 180 - 250 958 ANNE S. KING-HARMAN (1919-1979), Clouds over Clew Bay, O.O.C., laid on board, signed lower right, 9.5in (24cm)h x 13.25in (34cm). (1) 180 - 250 959 HERBERT SIDNEY PERRY (1846-?), Two Girls Feeding Geese at the Bank of the River, signed lower right, 15in (38cm)h x 22in (56cm)w. (1) 180 - 250 960 20TH/21ST CENTURY IRISH, Low Tide at Letterfrack 1976, W.C., inscribed verso, 15.5in (39cm)h x 19.5in (49cm). (1) 100 - 150 961 A CIRCULAR 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY SNAP TOP OCCASIONAL TABLE, on turned baluster stem and tri-pod base, 32in (82cm)w. (1) 100 - 200 962 A FINE SET OF SIX IRISH MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, in the 18th century style, each leaf moulded top rail with shell terminals, over a leaf moulded pierced splat above a drop in seat raised on leaf carved cabriole legs and ball and claw feet. (6) 500 - 700 963 A FINE THREE PIECE FRENCH BRASS MOUNTED GREEN MARBLE MANTEL CLOCK GARNITURE, late 19th century, by G. Megnin, the clock with rectangular stepped top surmounted by an eagle perched on a sphere, and a circular enamel and gilt metal dial, with Roman numerals, the pendulum in the form of a Medussa mask, outside count wheel striking on a steel bell, 16.5in (43cm) high, 17.5in (19cm); together with a pair of conforming two-branch three-light candelabra, 13.75in (35cm). (1)

964 A FOLDOVER MAHOGANY TEA TABLE, George II period and later, adapted, the top with projecting rounded corners, above a frieze with drawer and raised on cabriole legs with webbed pad feet, 36in (91cm). (1) 800 - 900 965 A LARGE 19TH CENTURY ORNATE GILT AND GESSO OVERMANTLE, with shell and flower crest, issuing floral sprays, above a small cartouche and a mirror plate, in a Rococo moulded frame with ornate scroll spandrels, 75in (190cm)h x 59in (150cm)w. (1) See Illustration on page 67

971 A SMALL VIENNA STYLE WALNUT WALL CLOCK, the pediment with a mask crest and three urn finials, above a two stage clock face with Roman numerals, striking on a gong, flanked to either side with reeded pilasters, 35in (89cm)h x 15in (38cm)w. (1) 280 - 320 972 A TABRIZ RUNNER, the dark blue ground with seven medallions, inside a twin band border, 10ft 2”(309cm) x 3ft 2” ( 97cm). 150 - 200

1500 - 2500 966 A LATE 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY WASH STAND, the back with a turned rail and three quarter gallery, raised on four turned legs, 24in (61cm). (1) 80 - 150 967 A PAIR OF BEECH BEDROOM CHAIRS, two other similar chairs; together with a mahogany foot rest and a wall bracket and a book stand. (6) 50 - 70 968 A REGENCY STYLE INLAID MAHOGANY CENTRE TABLE, O.R.M., the square top with canted corners, raised on turned stem with quadruple pod, 30.75in (78cm). (1) 80 - 150 969 A SET OF EIGHT (6+2) MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, late 19th century, each with a triple oval splat back, and a padded seat, on front turned and reeded legs. (8) 1800 - 2200 970 A SET OF SIX (4+2) CORK MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, George III, each with a six rail back and stuff over seat and raised on front turned legs, united by a H-stretcher. (6)

973 A WILLIAM IV MAHOGANY LIFT TOP BEDSIDE COMMODE, 18in (46cm); together with a brass bound mahogany lap desk (adapted). (2) 30 - 50 974 DENNIS O’BRIEN (20TH/21ST CENTURY), Winter Landscape, with Church Beyond, oils on board, signed lower right, and its companion, a similar subject, a pair, both unframed, 19in (48cm)h x 29in (74cm). (2) 20 - 40 975 LATE 18TH CENTURY / EARLY 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, A Woman with Infant, o.o.c., 15in (38cm)h x 11in (28cm). (1) 180 - 220 976 A SET OF FIVE WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, each with a bar back and drop in seat, on front hexagonal tapering turned legs. (5) 50 - 70 977 AN ATTRACTIVE GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY SNAP TOP CENTRE TABLE, the rectangular moulded top on a ring turned stem with moulded tripod and brass casters, 27.5in (70cm). (1) 150 - 200

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1000 - 1500

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978 978 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, Peasants Picking Blossoms, in a woodland scene, O.O.C., 24in (61cm) tondo. (1) See Illustration

400 - 600 979 19TH CENTURY ITALIAN SCHOOL, Village Scene, with figures at the edge of a lake, W.C., signed with initials F.H.R., 14.5in (37cm)h x 35in (64cm). (1) 180 - 220 980 20TH/ 21ST CENTURY, Tug Boat by a Harbour Wall, O.O.C., 79in (201cm)h x 51in (130cm). (1) 200 - 300 981 A FINE WALNUT BIRD’S EYE MAPLE CHEST, in the George III style c.1900, the rectangular moulded top with herring bone inlay, above three long and two short drawers, raised on bracket feet, 31.5in (80cm) high, 31in (80cm) wide. (1) 300 - 500

982 A GEORGE IV PERIOD INLAID MAHOGANY GENTLEMAN’S WARDROBE, the dentil inlaid and moulded pediment above two panel doors, enclosing linen slides, on a chest base, with two long and two short drawers, raised on bracket feet, 78.5in (200cm)h x 52in (133cm)w. (1) 400 - 600

987 AN IRISH WILLIAM IV PERIOD CIRCULAR MAHOGANY FLIP TOP DINING TABLE, by Williams & Gibton, stamped, the top with a tongue moulded edge around a nicely figured centre, on a bulbous stem and tri-pod base, with scroll legs, 53in (135cm)d. (1)

983 A REGENCY STYLE INLAID MAHOGANY FLIP TOP BREAKFAST TABLE, O.R.M., the oval top on a turned stem, on an inlaid tri-pod with brass paw feet, 51.5in (130cm). (1) 180 - 250

988 AN IRON RED GROUND TABRIZ RUG, with four octagonal medallions, inside a triple border, 8ft 7” (261cm) x 3ft 8” (112cm). (1) 150 - 200

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2400 - 3500

984 AFTER J GILLRAY, Harmony before Matrimony, coloured engraving, in original rosewood and parcel gilt frame, 11in (28cm)h x 15in (38cm). (1) 150 - 250 985 AN ATTRACTIVE GEORGE III STYLE BREAK FRONT MAHOGANY SECRETAIRE LIBRARY BOOKCASE, O.R.M, the dentil moulded and arcaded cornice above four astragal glazed doors, enclosing adjustable shelves on a conforming base, with central drop front secretaire fitted with drawers, pigeon hole compartments and cupboards and flanked to either side with two drawers and four conforming cushion panel doors below, raised on a plinth, 89.5in (227cm)h x 85in (216cm)w. (1) 2000 - 2500 986 AN ATTRACTIVE WING BACK ARMCHAIR, with cushion seat and back, covered in printed mustard fabric, raised on front cabriole legs. (1) 240 - 280

989 989 AN UNUSUAL LARGE PAIR OF CARVED CHINESE CHERRY WOOD VASE OR JARDINIERE STANDS, each top with a marble inset within a carved border and raised on four cabriole legs each headed with temple lion masks and ball and claw feet, united by a stretcher shelf, 32in (82cm)h x 21in (53cm)w. (2) See Illustration

1000 - 1500 990 CUNNINGHAM, 19th century Irish School, Kingstown and the Harbour, from Sandycove, with the RMS Leinster Leaving Kingston Harbour, signed, and dated 1897 and inscribed RMS Leinster, 9in (23cm) high, 11in (28cm). (1) 300 - 400 991 OSWALD ADALBERT SICKARD (1828-1858), Feeding the Chickens, O.O.C., signed lower left, 19.5in (50cm)h x 15in (38cm). (1) See Illustration

500 - 700

987

992 ROBERT MACAULEY STEVENSON (18541952), The Edge of a Moonlit Wood, O.O.C., signed lower right, in ornate gilt frame, 44in (110cm)h x 33.5in (85cm)w. (1) See Illustration

400 - 600

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998 A BURGUNDY GROUND ORIENTAL STYLE WOOL CARPET, with all over floral field, inside a wide navy border and six bands, 10ft (305cm) x 8ft 1” ( 246cm). (1) 250 - 300 999 A GEORGE II STYLE WALNUT SIDE CHAIR, the shell crest above a vase shaped splat and drop in seat, raised on shell capped cabriole legs, with ball and claw feet. (1) 80 - 120

991

1000 A MAHOGANY DESK CHAIR, with slatted back and rope seat, raised on turned and reeded legs. (1) 240 - 260 1001 A MAHOGANY SWING FRAME DRESSING TABLE MIRROR, with acorn finials, 20th century, 19in (48cm); together with a bedside pot cupboard, with single door and square legs, 27in (69cm) high, 15in (38cm) wide. (2) 50 - 100

992 993 A SET OF EIGHT MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, each with a pierced splat and drop in seat, raised on front square legs. (8) 100 - 200 994 MODERN SCHOOL, Still Life Flowers on a Ledge, oil on panel, 23.5in (60cm) high, 19.5in (49cm), in gilt frame. (1) 60 - 100 995 THOMAS BRABAZON AYLMER (1806c.1856), Figures,Sheep and Cattle in an Extensive Landscape, w/c., signed lower left, 8in (20cm)h x 12in (30cm). (1) 150 - 250 996 18TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, Cathedral Interior with Figures Chatting, o.o.p., 13in (33cm)h x 10in (26cm)w. (1) 150 - 220 997 19TH CENTURY CHINESE SCHOOL, Three Anchored Junks, watercolour and gouache on rice paper, 7.25in (19cm)h x 12in (30cm). (1) 80 - 150

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1002 A MODERN LANDSCAPE OIL PAINTING, framed; another similar Lake scene and another pair of Asian paintings. (4) 50 - 90 1003 A RECTANGULAR INLAID MAHOGANY OCCASIONAL TABLE, O.R.M., with four square tapering legs, 23in (59cm). (1) 30 - 50 1004 A SET OF FOUR EDWARDIAN WALNUT SIDE CHAIRS, each with struck a number and initials; together with three other side chairs and a Bergere occasional chair with cane back and seat. (8) 30 - 50 1005 A VERY FINE REGENCY PERIOD BRASS INLAID ROSEWOOD CARD TABLE, the fold over top with rounded corners and a brass inlaid band with scrolling foliage, above a conforming frieze on a turned stem, on a quadruple pd with splayed legs with brass castors, 36in (92cm)w. (1) 3000 - 4000 1006 ALICE BURTON (20TH/21ST CENTURY), High Water ‘06, mixed media on canvas, signed and inscribed verso, 69in (175cm)h x 53in (135cm)w. (1) 200 - 300

1007 1007 AN IRISH MAHOGANY LOW BOY OR SIDE TABLE, late 18th / 19th century, the rectangular moulded top with front re-entrant corners, above a frieze drawer and a central carved shell, raised on front leaf carved cabriole legs with lion paw feet, 30.5in (77cm) high, 37.5in (95cm) wide. (1) See Illustration

700 - 1200 1008 AN OAK CUTLERY CASE, with hinged cover opening to reveal a fitted slotted interior and two drawers to the front, also with slotted compartments, 19in (49cm). (1) 70 - 120 1009 A CARVED OAK ARM CHAIR OR THRONE CHAIR, with grotesque mask crest, above a padded panel, the padded arm rest terminating in mythical animal masks, above a padded seat on turned legs. (1) 150 - 180 1010 A GEORGIAN PERIOD MAHOGANY CORNER ARMCHAIR, with two pierced splats and a turned centre column, raised on square legs. (1) 100 - 150 1011 AN 18TH CENTURY PROVINCIAL WALNUT LIFT TOP CHEST ON STAND, probably Irish, the stand with a long drawer and a central carved shell and raised on short cabriole legs, 31.25in (80cm)hx 32.5in (83cm). (1) Provenance: Smarmore Castle 200 - 300 1012 A LATE 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY CARRIAGE LUGGAGE BOX, with hinged top, 26in (66cm)w. (1) 100 - 150 1013 A LATE 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY FOLDING TOWEL RAIL, with eight turned rails, 41.25in (105cm) high, 28in (71cm) wide. (1) 150 - 250

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1014 A LATE VICTORIAN WALNUT OCCASIONAL CHAIR, with button back and seat, covered in ornate burgundy fabric. (1) 100 - 150 1015 A MID 20TH CENTURY THEODOLITE, by Wild Heerbrugg, Switzerland, no. 26929, on tri- form base, 11.5in (29cm). (1) 80 - 100 1016 AFTER GUSTAVE JOSEPH CHERET, O.R.M.,a pair of two branch gilt brass wall lights, each in the form of a cherub with hands held aloft, each hand with a flower head, his waist applied with a quiver of arrows and tied with a ribbon bow, seated on a tapering bracket, applied with vines and terminating with an acorn, 28.5in (72.5in)h x 13in (33cm). (1) 300 - 400 1017 AN ATTRACTIVE DECORATED OCCASIONAL TABLE OR LAMP TABLE, the octagonal moulded top painted with a garland of roses around a miniature oval portrait of a young girl, above a decorated frieze, on four square tapering legs, united by a shaped stretcher, 28in (71cm). (1) 380 - 450

1021 KATE GREY ( ACT 1870-1887) “Young Girl Seated on a Rock at the Edge of a Wood Crocheting”, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1873, lower right, 9in (22cm) x 7in (18cm). (1) 200 - 300 1022 SIMON ANDREWS (B. 1968), Abstract Moonlit Winter Landscape, O.O.C., signed verso, 48in (122cm)h x 60in (152cm) w. (1) 250 - 350 1023 A PAIR OF MAHOGANY HALL CHAIRS, George III period, each with a shield shaped crested back above a serpentine fronted solid seat on square tapering legs. (2) 50 - 90 1024 A PAIR OF HEAVY VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD SIDECHAIRS, each with shaped and moulded back on front cabriole legs, together with a small modern lacquered ladies vanity table with serpentine shaped hinged top on cabriole legs. (3) 40 - 60

1018 AN UNUSUAL VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD DOME TOP CANTERBURY, the top opening to reveal a slotted interior, on shaped legs, 19in (49cm). (1) 200 - 300

1025 A 19TH CENTURY GILT AND GESSO CONSOLE TABLE, the serpentine shaped marble top, above an ornate frieze, as is, and a recessed mirror below and ornate cabriole supports, with shells and scrolls, united by a conforming stretcher, 35in (89cm)h x 50in (127cm)w. (1) 300 - 500

1019 ANDREW NICHOLL (1804-1886), Figure and Donkey and Thatched Cottages by the Lakes of Killarney, W/C, signed lower centre, 7in(18cm)hx 10in (25cm)w. (1) 200 - 300

1026 A BRASS PANTOGRAPH, by Throughton & Simms, London, the folding frame on 5in ivory wheels (one lacking), in original fitted case, 36in (91cm). (1) 60 - 100 1027 A CHIPPENDALE STYLE MAHOGANY TWO DOOR DISPLAY CABINET, with astragal glazed panels, on ball and claw feet, 48in (122cm). (1) 150 - 250

1020 1020 DAVID C. JENKINS (19TH CENTURY), Figures Resting by a River, O.O.C., and its companion, a similar river landscape, one signed lower right, the other signed lower left, 13.5in (35cm)h x 23.75in (60cm). (2) See Illustration

1028 A COMPOSITION GILT VASE SHAPED TABLE LAMP, modelled with four seated cherubs and four dolphin masks, on a circular turned marble base, 30in (76cm). (1) 70 - 120

1029 A FINE CARVED WALNUT AND PARCEL GILT OVERMANTEL MIRROR, the gilt swan neck pediment with floral rosettes and egg and dart moulding’s, above a rectangular bevelled plate, inside an ornate gilt carved frame, with central shell and leaf sprays, 55in (140cm)h x 49in (125cm)w. (1) 1000 - 1500 1030 A MAHOGANY TWO DOOR SIDE CUPBOARD, with three quarter brass gallery, raised on square tapering legs, 24in (61cm). (1) 150 - 220 1031 A PAIR OF ORNATE ROCOCCO STYLE GILT BRONZE CURTAIN TIE BACKS, another smaller pair, two brass single branch wall lights and a coat hook. (7) 40 - 80 1032 A SMALL UNUSUAL SWING FRAME DOUBLE SIDED DRESSING TABLE MIRROR, with cased compartment, 11in (28cm)w. (1) 30 - 70

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1033 A VERY ATTRACTIVE FRENCH MANTEL CLOCK GARNITURE, 19th century, the clock surmounted with a bronze cherub above a circular enamel dial, decorated with flowers and Arabic numerals, the lever movement by Japy Fréres, Paris, overlaid with bead mouldings and gilt bronze scrolling foliage, applied with two bronze floral swag handles, 15.5in (39cm) high, 7in (17.5cm) wide; together with a pair of matching two-branch candelabra, each with pineapple finial, 10.5in (27cm). (3) See Illustration

1500 - 2000 1034 A VICTORIAN PAPIER MACHE MOTHER O’ PEARL INLAID AND DECORATED DROP DIAL WALL CLOCK, the circular painted dial with Roman numerals and applied with three portrait prints, 30in (77cm)h x 18in (46cm)w. (1) 500 - 600

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1035 AFTER PAUL HENRY, Thatched Cottages by a Lake, West of Ireland, bears a signature, 11.5in (29cm)h x 5.5in (40cm). (1) 150 - 250 1036 AN INLAID MAHOGANY MANTLE CLOCK, early 20th century, with enamel dial with Arabic numerals; together with another American mantle clock. (2) 80 - 100 1037 A HEAVY CAST IRON AND ENAMEL SOLID FUEL TWO DOOR STOVE ROOM HEATER, The Waterford 103, 31in (79cm)w. (1) 200 - 300

1038 A PAIR OF 18TH CENTURY PROVINCIAL WALNUT SIDE CHAIRS, with pierced baluster shaped splat and drop in tapestry covered seat, together with a Hepplewhite style mahogany side chair, with ornate pierced Gothic style back. (3) 150 - 200 1039 THREE SIMILAR EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY OCCASIONAL ARMCHAIRS. (3) 80 - 150 1040 A 19TH CENTURY CARVED GILT WOOD PICTURE FRAME, the oval centre with sand gilt cornice, the frame carved with shells and scrolling foliage, 42in (107cm)h x 36in (92cm) overall, would suit a canvas 30.25in (77cm)h x 25in (63.5cm). (1) 200 - 300 1041 A RECTANGULAR MAHOGANY AND SATINWOOD BANDED COFFEE TABLE, O.R.M., on square tapering legs, 44in (112cm)h x 17.5in (45cm). (1) 70 - 90 1042 A SMALL MAHOGANY TALL BOY, with six long drawers and raised on bracket feet, 40in (101cm)h x 21in (53cm). (1) 120 - 150 1043 A VICTORIAN INLAID WALNUT TWO PART UPRIGHT POLYPHON, “Imperial”, the top with a three quarter gallery with urn finial’s, above a fret cut frieze and two solid doors, opening to reveal a large 17.25in (44cm) pierced disk and mechanism, all standing on a stand with drop down cupboard door with slotted interior, and twenty five further spare disks, the door applied with corbel’s and half turned pilasters, 76in (193cm)h x 32in (82cm)w. (1)

1045 1046 AN IRISH GEORGIAN PERIOD MAHOGANY AND BRASS BOUND PLATE BUCKET, with brass carrying handle, on a circular tapering coopered body, 15in (38cm). (1) 300 - 400 1047 A CELTIC STYLE CARVED SANDSTONE HEAD, 15in (38cm)h. (1) 100 - 200 1048 AN EDWARDIAN WALNUT CORNER CHIFFONIER, with two mirror plates and two cupboard doors, 24in (61cm); together with a five tier mahogany what not, modern, with pierced gallery, as is 28in (71cm). (1) 30 - 50 1049 A CIRCULAR KINGWOOD AND MARQUETRY ETAGERE OR LAMP TABLE, the circular top inlaid with musical trophies and raised on cabriole legs with brass mounts, 30in (76cm)h x 16in (40cm)d. (1) 100 - 150

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2000 - 3000 1044 AN AMERICAN VANNER AND PERST’S “MOLLISCORIUM” ADVERTISING DROP DIAL WALL CLOCK, by Baird Clock Company U.S.A., the red painted case with raised lettering, 31in (79cm)h x 18.25in (47cm). (1) 450 - 550 1045 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY OAK TABLE CUPBOARD, made to house character stamps for the schedule of Mercantile Marine Offices for Bantry, Cove, Cork, Waterford, Wexford, Galway, Dundalk, etc. 15.5in (40cm) high, 21.5in (55cm). (1)

1043

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100 - 150

1050 1050 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, AFTER JEAN-BAPTISTE ISABEY (1767-1855) Portrait of the King of Rome as a Young Man Wearing a Red Sash (Napoleon’s Son), O.O.C., bears signature and date, “Larpanteur” Avril, 1815, 10.5in (27cms)h x 8.5in (22cms)w. (1) Provenance: Mealy’s Sale Luggala Co. Wicklow, May 2nd 2006, Lot No. 333. See Illustration

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1061 LOUIS KLEY (French, 1833-1911), Possession & Desire, a pair of gilt bronze figures modelled as semi-clad young boys, both signed and inscribed, on turned circular rouge marble base, 6in (15.5cm). (2) 300 - 500

1051 A 19TH CENTURY BRONZE GROUP, modelled with two frolicking cherubs, on an oval rouge marble base, 8in (20cm)h. (1) 500 - 600 1052 A LATE VICTORIAN FOUR DOOR MAHOGANY BREAKFRONT LIBRARY BOOKCASE, the moulded cornice above four arched and glazed doors, on a base with three frieze drawers and four solid panel doors and raised on a plinth, 8ft (244cm) x 75.5in (192cm)w. (1) 1100 - 1500 1053 A TWO SEATER SETTEE COVERED IN GREEN FABRIC, modern with loose cushions. (1) 80 - 120 1054 A VICTORIAN WALNUT OCCASIONAL CHAIR, with padded back and seat and a matching cushion; together with a rectangular inlaid and cross banded dressing stool on square tapering spade legs. (2) 80 - 120 1055 A WALNUT DINING TABLE, early 20th century, the moulded top with two spare leaves and D shaped ends, raised on cabriole legs with pad feet, 94.5in (240cm)l x 47.5in (121cm). (1) 150 - 250

1057 1057 A WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY CELLARET, of sarcophagus form, the hinged rectangular cover on a tapering body with wooden ring handles and raised on a moulded plinth, 37in (94cm). (1) See Illustration

1500 - 2000 1058 AN 18TH CENTURY PLANK TOP OAK SIDE TABLE OR DRESSER BASE, with two drawers raised on baluster turned supports, 54in (137cm) wide. (1) 400 - 600 1059 AN AFGHAN RUG, the ivory ground with stylised flowers, inside a multiband border, 7ft6 (228cm)h x 4ft7 (140cm). (1) 100 - 150

1062 A 19TH CENTURY ROSEWOOD AND KINGWOOD BANDED FOLD-OVER TEA TABLE, the rectangular top with canted corners, raised on four baluster ring turned columns, on a quadruple pod with splayed legs, 36in (92cm). (1) 250 - 350 1063 THREE GRADUATING SQUARE STOOLS, with padded tops; together with a two drawer piano stool and a Victorian four tier marquetry corner what not, with graduating shelves. (3) 80 - 100 1064 A MAHOGANY FOLD OVER TEA TABLE, in the Georgian style, 20th century with mock frieze drawer and serpentine front, raised on cabriole legs and ball feet, 39in (100cm). (1) 100 - 150 1065 A MODERN BEECH FRAMED ROCKING CHAIR, together with a carved Chinese two tier table with dragon top. (2) 40 - 60 1066 A PAIR OF THREE TIER MODERN BRASS PLANT STANDS, and a smaller two tier similar ditto. (3) 50 - 80 1067 A QUANTITY OF MISCELLANEOUS PORCELAIN AND GLASS, together with an old German Zither. (a lot) 15 - 25

1056 1060 1056 A WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY CASED BRACKET CLOCK, by J. Bright of Leamington , with double fusee movement, striking on a steel bell, the arched top with an urn finial and panel spandrels below, on a rectangular plinth applied with leaf scrolls on bun feet, 26in (67cm)h x 15.25in (39cm). (1) See Illustration

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1060 FOLLOWER OF GIUSEPPE DE RIBERA (1588-1652), Saint Paul the Hermit in the Wilderness, holding a cross, O.O.C., 34in (87cm)h x 28in (71cm). (1) See Illustration

700 - 1100

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1068 19TH CENTURY ITALIAN SCHOOL, Madonna and Child, O.O.C., 30in (76cm)h x 24in (61cm). (1) See Illustration

200 - 300 1069 A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY BUREAU, the slope front opening to reveal a nicely fitted interior, with drawers, pigeon hole compartments and central cupboard, above four long drawers, raised on short bracket feet, 39in (99cm) high, 29.5in (75cm). (1) 200 - 300 1070 A CIRCULAR LEAF MOULDED ARTS AND CRAFTS TWO TIER OCCASIONAL TABLE, the top 20.5in (52cm). (1) 50 - 70 1071 A CROMIEM PLATED HAT STICK AND COAT STAND, 65in (166cm)h. (1) 240 - 260

1072 1072 A FINE VICTORIAN PARIAN GROUP, modelled with two cherubs frolicking with a goat, on an oval base with oblong panels, 13.5in (35cm) high. (1) See Illustration

600 - 800

1073 A GEORGE IV PERIOD MAHOGANY CELLARET, with domed hinge and top and two brass carrying handles and a lower drawer on square tapering legs, 20in (51cm). (1)

1080 IN THE STYLE OF GIOVANNI PAOLO PANINI, a three fold painted screen, decorated in an architectural capriccio with figures, O.O.C., each with an arched top and gilt frame and the reverse side lined in light blue silk, 65in (165cm) h x 54n (137cm)w, approx ext. (1)

See Illustration

See Illustration

400 - 600

300 - 500

1074 A MAHOGANY DROP LEAF GATE LEG DINING TABLE, in the 18th century style, O.R.M., 48in (122cm) w. (1) 100 - 200

1081 JOSEPH PAYTON (19TH CENTURY), Interior Scene, with gentleman playing the mandolin, O.O.P., signed lower right and dated Aug 1869, 9.5in (24cm)h x 10.25in (26cm). (1)

1075 A SMALL NARROW EDWARDIAN PAINTED DISPLAY CABINET, the bow fronted centre and a single glazed door, raised on square tapering slightly splayed legs, 48in (122cm)h x 24in (61cm). (1) 100 - 150

See Illustration on page 78

500 - 700

1076 AN ATTRACTIVE 19TH CENTURY TAPESTRY PICTURE, with biblical scene and views of the pyramids, 31in (79cm)h x 25in (64c)w, in original painted wooden frame, crested with a sphinx mask under a shell crest. (1) 200 - 300 1077 AN ATTRACTIVE FRENCH BRASS MOUNTED BREAKFRONT VITRINE, the moulded and parquetry inlaid cornice with a brass guilloche band, above a central glazed door with leaf and flower cast brass spandrels, flanked to either side with a smaller glazed door with brass rosette spandrels, raised on a conforming brass mounted plinth base, raised on turned and fluted front legs, approx 80in (203cm)h x 94in (240cm)w. (1) 200 - 300

1082 1082 KILROE (20TH/21ST CENTURY), Lady on Chestnut Hunter, in a landscape, O.O.C, signed and dated May ‘49 lower left, 13.5in (35cm)h x 17.5in (45cm). (1) See Illustration

350 - 550

1078 AN EDWARDIAN STYLE MAHOGANY HAT AND COAT STAND, O.R.M., with urn finial and brass hooks, on three upward tapering supports and a tripod base, 81in (206cm)h . (1) 500 - 600 1079 FOLLOWER OF FRANK BRAMLEY (1857-1915), Cottage Interior with Woman Writing a Letter, O.O.B, bears signature and date ‘95, 24in (61cm)h x 17.5in (45cm). (1) 60 - 100

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1081 1083 TAXIDERMY: Stuffed Fox with Hen, in glazed case, 35in (89cm). (1) 80 - 120 1084 A 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL LADIES ROSEWOOD VANITY TABLE, the rectangular moulded top, with etched ivory inlay opening to reveal a fitted interior with drawer and slides, above a frieze with similar inlay depicting birds and floral swags, raised on turned tapering supports, united by a H-stretcher and raised on four vase shaped turned legs, 29in (74cm)h x 22in (56cm). (1) 750 - 950

1086 A BREAKFRONT MAHOGANY DISPLAY CABINET, with gadroon edge, the centre panel door enclosing two shelves and flanked to either side with glazed door, raised on cabriole legs with ball and claw feet, 60in (152cm).(1) 100 - 200 1087 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY LADIES WORK TABLE, the rectangular moulded top above a frieze drawer, on barley twist supports, on scroll legs, 26in (66cm). (1) 100 - 200

1089 ATTRIBUTED TO HEYWOOD HARDY A.R.W.S., R.P., R.W.A.(1842-1933), The Stubborn Donkey, landscape with figures, dog sheep and donkey, O.O.P., 6.75in (17.5cm)h x 9.5in (24.5cm)w. (1) See Illustration

400 - 600 1090 KITTY WILMER O’BRIEN (1910-1982), Portrait of a Lady Seated, mixed media on board, signed lower right, 21in (53cm)h x 17in (43cm). (1) 300 - 500

1085 A BRASS BOUND OAK PEAT BUCKET, with swing handle, 12in (30cm); and a large matching ewer, 18.5in (47cm); together with two fire irons. (4) 40 - 60

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1088 A WALNUT CASED ANEROID WHEEL BAROMETER, by Yeats & Son of Dublin, 23in (59cm)h x 8.5in (22cm). (1) 50 - 70

1091 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, Elegant Figures in a Palace Interior, O.O.P., bears inscription verso, 13.25in (34cm)h x 18in (46cm)w. (1) 200 - 300

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1092 A LARGE HEAVY OAK STICK BAROMETER, by J.H Steward, London, with double dial above a thermometer and a carved oak cistern cover below, 43in (109cm)h. (1) See Illustration

400 - 600 1093 A MAHOGANY FOLD OVER TEA TABLE, in the Victorian style on turned stem with quadruple pod, 34in (86cm). (1) 100 - 200 1094 A RECTANGULAR MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE, William IV period, raised on four ring turned legs, 25in (64cm)w; together with an Edwardian inlaid mahogany occasional table, 27.5in (70cm). (2) 80 - 150 1095 AFTER EMILE LAPORTE, Gaulois, a bronze study of a semiclad warrior, with winged helmet holding a sword, raised on circular rugged base, 33in (84m) high. (1)

1096 AFTER GUIDO RENI (1575-1642), The Madonna with a Female Saint, O.O.P., 7in (17.5cm) x 5.25in (13cm), unframed. (1) 100 - 200 1097 AN INLAID MAHOGANY CORNER OCCASIONAL TABLE, 19th century, with hinged top (now detached), inscribed in brass with the characters O S + M, with bow front raised on square tapering legs, 29in (74cm) high, 18in (46cm) wide. (1) 100 - 200 1098 EARLY 20TH CENTURY CANVAS, decorated with parakeets on branches, O.O.C., 49.5n (126cm) h x 13.25in (34cm); together with another similar, probably by the same hand, depicting two monkeys in a tree, 49.5in (126cm)h x 21in (54cm). (2) 200 - 300

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1092

2500 - 3500

1099 GEORGE SHERIDAN KNOWLES, RI, RBA, ROI, RCA, (BRITISH 1863-1921), Young Girl with Pet Collie Seated on a Log with Flowers in a Woodland Scene, O.O.C., signed lower right and dated 1908, 35.5in (90cm)h x 23.5in (60cm)w. (1) 300 - 500 1100 A COPPER PRINTING PLATE, Map of New Ross, from local surveyors, the ancient bounding from the Down Survey, Thos. Alarcoy, 13in(33cm) x 9in (23cm), and another map plate by G. Harris & Co. London showing Kilkenny, scale 1in to 1 mile, 12in (30cm) sq. (2) 60 - 100 1101 A FINE 19TH CENTURY GILT CONSOLE TABLE, the white and grey veined marble top with front rounded corners, above an ornate frieze with leaf and scroll carving and a central oval cartouche crest, on C-scroll and leaf moulded cabriole legs and lion paw feet, 37.5in (95cm)h x 54in (138cm)w. (1)

1095

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1102 A FINE LARGE HEAVY BRONZE AND GILT BRONZE MANTEL CLOCK, the movement stamped Rodier of Paris, with outside count wheel striking on a steel bell, the circular enamel dial with Roman numerals, the top surmounted with a large classical group depicting classical bronze lady in a gilt bronze chariot being pulled by two doves and a classical cherub behind, upon a bronze rugged wave base, on a white marble plinth applied with ornate gilt bronze fruit and floral swags centred by a bull mask, flanked to each side with leaf cast scroll corbels, each headed with an urn, on a rectangular base with D-shaped ends and brass panels, 21.5in (55cm) high, 22.5in (57cm). (1) See Illustration

3000 - 5000 1103 A GOOD GEORGE IV PERIOD INLAID MAHOGANY BREAK FRONT SIDE BOARD, with rounded front corners and a central frieze drawer with a further concealed drawer to the arch, flanked to either side with two cellar box drawers, each in the form of two mock drawers, raised on reeded tapering legs, 60in (153cm) w. (1) 500 - 700 1104 A GOOD PAIR OF HEAVY CAST IRON GARDEN BENCHES, each rustic style pierced back with scrolling oak leaves and acorns and similar arm panels, each with a leopard head terminal, flanking a wooden slatted seat, raised on shaped reeded legs with paw feet, 60in (153cm)w. (1) 1500 - 2500 1105 A PAIR OF LATE VICTORIAN MAHOGANY SHIELD BACK CRESTED HALL CHAIRS, each with an arched top above a solid seat and raised on front and turned legs. (2) 150 - 250 1106 A THREE TIER MAHOGANY WHAT NOT, O.R.M., with base drawer and turned supports, 35.5in (90cm)h x 19.5in (50cm). (1) 80 - 120 1107 ATTRIBUTED TO HUGH DOUGLAS HAMILTON (1739-1808), Portrait of Sir Robert Shaw, 1774-1849, first baronet of Bushy Park, Co. Dublin, pastel, 10in (26cm)h x 7in (18cm). (1) See Illustration

300 - 400 1108 A BRONZE CLASSICAL GROUP, modelled as a winged male rescuing a semi clad woman raised on a square column on quatrefoil base, 19.5in (49cm). 400 - 600

1102

1109 A FINE QUALITY VICTORIAN FIGURED WALNUT AND MARQUETRY OVAL FLIP TOP CENTRE TABLE, the moulded top with a band of flowers around a centre floral medallion, on an ornate quadruple pod, with leaf scroll legs, 57in (145cm)h x 42in(107cm). (1) 800 - 1200 1110 A GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIR, with Gothic style pierced splat above a stuff over seat on front square legs, (1). 80 - 120 1111 A PAIR OF MAHOGANY BRASS MOUNTED CANDLESTICKS, in the Georgian style, each with brass vase shaped socket and drip tray, on a reeded stem and circular reeded base, 20in (51cm). (2) 150 - 250

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1116 IN THE STYLE OF EDWIN HENRY LANDSEER (1802-1873), Barn Interior, with dogs drinking from a wooden trough, O.O.B., tondo and it’s companion similar subject, a pair, 9.75in (25cm). (2) See Illustration

400 - 600

1120 AN ATTRACTIVE 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY DINING ROOM ARMCHAIR, struck with the number 6009, with triple cross rails above a caned seat raised on front reeded sabre legs. (1) 100 - 200 1121 AN EMBOSSED BRASS CHEVAL FIRE GUARD, a tubular brass fender, 50in (127cm); a set of three brass fire irons and a pair of fire dogs. (7) 80 - 100

1112 1112 A SITZENDORF PORCELAIN CLOCK, the flower encrusted case surmounted with a musical cherub and supported by two large cherubs, on an oval rococo style base, the circular enamel dial with Roman numerals and French movement, 19in (48cm)h x 13in (33cm). (1)

1117

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500 - 600 1113 AN ATTRACTIVE MAHOGANY CHEST, of small proportions, O.R.M., with five drawers, raised on ogee bracket feet, 29in (74cm)h x 16in (40cm)w; together with a 19th century mahogany bow fronted pot cupboard, with three quarter gallery, 32in (82cm)h x 16in (41cm). (2) 80 - 150 1114 AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY AND SATINWOOD BANDED DROP LEAF YACHT OR SUTHERLAND TABLE, with railed sides and shaped legs, 26.5in (67cm). (1) 100 - 200 1115 FOLLOWER OF JAKOB BOGDANI, Three Parrots Perched on a Tree Branch with Fruit, O.O.C., 18.5in (47cm)h x 54in (138cm). (1) 200 - 300

1117 PATRICK PYE (B.1929), The Deposition of Christ from the Cross, O.O.B., signed lower left and dated ‘73, 29in (74cm)h x 24in (61cm) See Illustration

200 - 300 1118 A BLUE PAINTED AND PARCEL GILT WOODEN PICTURE EASEL, with adjustable stand, 73in (186cm)h. (1) 80 - 150 1119 A TEN BRANCH BRASS AND GLASS CHANDELIER, with baluster shaped centre, issuing 10 candle arms, with pear shaped and other drops, 32in (81cm)h x 24in (61cm). (1) 600 - 800

1122 1122 LATE 19TH CENTURY GERMAN OR AUSTRIAN SCHOOL, The Recital, and its companion The Forbidden Fruit, O.O.C., 12.25in (32cm)h x 7.25in (18cm). (2) See Illustration

200 - 300 1123 AN INLAID MAHOGANY SWING FRAME DRESSING TABLE MIRROR, in the Gworge III style, O.R.M., with bow front and two drawers, 15in (38cm). (1) 100 - 200

1124

1116 (pair)

1124 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, Couple Chatting with Cattle Watering in Extensive River Landscape, oil on canvas, 24in (60cm) x 36in (92cm). (1) See Illustration

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1125 A 17TH CENTURY STYLE OAK LIFT TOP COFFER CHEST, with triple panel front, 41.5in (105cm); together with a three tier walnut wall bracket. (1) 100 - 150

1130 AN EDWARDIAN INLAID WALNUT MUSIC CABINET, with single door and stretcher shelf, 45in (114cm )h x 18in (46cm). (1) 80 - 120

1126 A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY SWING FRAME DRESSING TABLE MIRROR, with two bow fronted drawers, on bun feet, 21.5in (54cm). (1) 80 - 120

1131 BASIL SPACKMAN (1895-1971) Lake Scene with Mountains Beyond, oil on board, signed lower right, 17.5in (45cm) x 23.5in (60cm). (1) 60 - 100

1134 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY POLE SCREEN, with tapestry panel on tri-form base. (1) 80 - 120

1127 A FIVE TIER OPEN MAHOGANY BOOKCASE, on moulded plinth base, 79in (201cm)h x 36in (92cm)w; together with a slightly smaller pine ditto and another small open bookcase, all O.R.M. (3) 150 - 250 1128 A GOOD WILLIAM IV PERIOD RECTANGULAR MAHOGANY LIBRARY TABLE, probably Irish, the moulded top above two mock and two frieze drawers, one struck with the five digit number 11771, with paneled sides, raised on two upward turned and tapering columns, raised on four bun feet, 60in (152cm)w x 33in (8cm)d. (1) 500 - 800

1135 1135 A VICTORIAN PARIAN BUST OF APOLLO, after C. Delpech, head and shoulders, the Art Union of London 1861, on turned fixed socket, 14in (36cm). (1) See Illustration

400 - 600

1132

1129

1132 A FINE FRENCH TRANSITIONAL STYLE BRASS MOUNTED AND FLORAL MARQUETRY BUREAU ABBATANT, with rouge royale marble top, the break front profusely inlaid with flowers and fitted with four long drawers and a drop down writing compartment with fitted interior and raised on front cabriole legs with brass sabots, 56in (142cm)h x 30in (77cm)w. (1) See Illustration

1129 A VERY UNUSUAL LATE 19TH CENTURY CRAVED GILTWOOD CENTRE TABLE, the specimen marble top inlaid with a centre chess board in various coloured specimen marble squares, inside other various marble specimens and a marble border, the rustic base modelled with a seated cherub and scrolling vines and quatrefoil rugged plinth 33.5in (85cm) h x 29in (74cm). (1) See Illustration

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1500 - 2500 1133 A SET OF THREE VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD SIDECHAIRS, each with balloon shaped back and serpentine fronted padded seat, raised on front cabriole legs, together with another similar pair of side chairs. (6) 150 - 250

1136 AN EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY OCCASIONAL TABLE, with serpentine shaped octagonal top, on shaped and moulded legs, 26.5in (67cm); together with a bow fronted mahogany cupboard, in the Chippendale style, with two oval panel doors, on cabriole legs and ball and claw feet, 30in (77cm)w and an inlaid mahogany bedside cupboard.. (3) 80 - 120 1137 AN OAK LOW BOY, in the George III style, the rectangular moulded top above three frieze drawers raised on four cabriole legs with pad feet, 27in (69cm) high, 29.5in (75cm). (1)250 200 - 400 1138 MODERN SCHOOL, The Dome on St. Peter’s Bascilica, W.C., and pencil, indistinctly signed lower right, 32in (82cm)h x 23in (58cm), together with W.C., Male Nude, indistinctly signed lower right, 33in (83cm)h x 14in (36cm)w. (2) 30 - 60

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1139 FERGUS O’RYAN, a coloured lithograph, Canal Bridge, signed and inscribed. (1) 30 - 50 1140 A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY SNAP TOP OCCASIONAL TABLE, with rectangular top on a turned stem and tripod base, 26in (66cm). (1) 100 - 200

1142 A FINE PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY CARVED GILTWOOD AND SERPENTINE SHAPED CONSOLE TABLES, each with speckled yellow moulded marbled top, above an ornate carved frieze, raised on double scroll supports, united by a carved cartouche stretcher, on scroll legs, 33.5in (86cm)h x 38in (97cm)w. (1) See Illustration

3000 - 5000 1143 A FINE SET OF EIGHT (6+2) EDWARDIAN DECORATED SATINWOOD SIDE CHAIRS, each with a floral decorated shield shaped back with pierced centre splat, above a serpentine fronted stuff over seat, covered in attractive floral green trellis pattern fabric, raised on square tapering front spade legs; the two armchairs covered in similar pink fabric. (8) 2000 - 3000 1144 A LATE VICTORIAN WALNUT TOWEL RAIL, with arched ends and five rails, 25in (64cm). (1) 70 - 90

1141 1141 WILLIAM UNDERGILL (act. 1848-1870) Women and Children Gathered at the Church after Sunday Service, oil on canvas, 45in (92cm) high, 57in (125cm) wide, bearing label verso for the Lansell Collection, August 20th / 21st 1934, at Melbourne Town Hall, sold by Gardner and Lang and Lenoard Joel, Auctioneers. (1)

1145 A PAIR OF MODERN WING ARMCHAIRS. (2) 50 - 90

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4000 - 7000

1146 A VERY ATTRACTIVE SHERATON REVIVAL BREAKFRONT SATINWOOD SIDEBOARD, Of small proportions, with ebony strung and mahogany banded serpentine fronted top, above two centre drawers, each inlaid with hanging bell flowers and ribbon bows and flanked to either side with a concave cupboard door, with conforming inlay and raised on square tapering spayed legs, 35in (89cm)h x 42.5in (108cm). (1) 500 - 700 1147 A WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY GENTLEMAN’S CUPBOARD OR WARDROBE, with two panel doors and a long drawer below, raised on turned legs, 67.5in (172cm)h x 50in (127cm)w. (1) 150 - 250 1148 AN EBONY STRUNG MAHOGANY SIDE CUPBOARD, early 20th century, with moulded top and two cupboard doors, 41in (104cm). (1) 50 - 80 1149 A FINE EDWARDIAN TELESCOPIC MAHOGANY DINING TABLE, with two spare leaves, the inlaid moulded and satinwood banded top with straight ends and rounded corners, raised on four square tapering spade legs, each with satinwood bands, 8ft1 (246cm) x 4ft (122cm). (1) 800 - 1200 1150 A LATE WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY CHEST, with three long and two short drawers, raised on bracket feet, 41.5in (106cm)h x 43in (109cm) w. (1) 250 - 350 1151 A MAHOGANY OVAL INLAID DRESSING TABLE, basically 19th Century, with scrolling supports, 21in (53.5cm). (1) 50 - 70 1152 A MODERN MAHOGANY CYLINDER WRITING DESK, The roll back front enclosing a fitted interior, above three long drawers, made by Rossmore Furniture, 34in (86cm)w. (1) 50 - 70

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1153 A PAIR OF COLOURED PORTRAIT ENGRAVINGS, one depicting Lady Heathcote, the other Mrs. Gerningham, both in gilt frame; together with an oval portrait engraving after Angelica Kauffman. (3) 70 - 120

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1154 AN EDWARDIAN HIGH BACK GRAINED ROSEWOOD HIGH BACK SIDE CHAIR, by Collinson & Lock of London, stamped, with padded back and seat,covered in striped fabric, struck with a four digit no. 7481. (1) 200 - 300 1155 AN INLAID YEW AND SATINWOOD LAPDESK, Killarney, O.R.M., inlaid with a view of Muckroos Abbey Killarney and scrolling Shamrocks and other foliage, 15.25in (39cm). (1) 100 - 200 1156 AN UNUSUAL WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY SWING FRAME DRESSING TABLE MIRROR, probably Irish, crested with leaf scrolls, raised on two leaf carved scroll supports, on a rectangular base with two concealed drawers, raised on front lion paw feet, 29in (74cm). (1)

1161 A PAIR OF SMALL CAST IRON GARDEN URNS, each of Campana form, applied with scroll handles and raised on a square stem base, 17in (43cm). (1) 80 - 150 1162 A VICTORIAN SWING FRAME DRESSING TABLE MIRROR, on serpentine fronted base, 17.5in (44cm)w. (1) 30 - 60 1163 AN EARLY LINEN FABRIC, probably Roman, worked in geometric patterns, with two tie strings, 7in (17cm)h x 11in (28cm) , framed. (1) 150 - 250 1164 A GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY WING ARMCHAIR, modern, covered in red and gold fabric; and another similar Victorian style easy armchair in matching fabric. (2) 150 - 250

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200 - 300

1156

1157 A BEECH ARMCHAIR, with ladder back and cane seat; together with a child’s armchair and two cheval firescreens. (4) 70 - 120 1158 A FINE EDWARDIAN INLAID AND FOLDOVER ROSEWOOD CARD TABLE, with rectangular moulded top, above an inlaid frieze with carved centre panel, raised on four square tapering spade legs united by an X-shaped pierced stretcher with urn centre, 35in (89cm) wide. (1) 400 - 600

1165 A SUPERB 19TH CENTURY FRENCH GILT AND PORCELAIN MANTEL CLOCK, by Vincenti & Cie, surmounted with Sevres style porcelain panels, the top surmounted with a spherical hinged urn decorated with cherubs and semi precious stones, on a celeste blue ground, the cover with love birds and vines surmounted, above an oval case overlaid with scrolling vines and a circular convex enamel dial with Roman numerals and decorated with flowers and cherub, the shaped blade base with a single cherub, birds and vines, on a scroll gilt base, 16in (41cm) high, 13in (33cm) wide. (1) See Illustration

2000 - 3000

1159 1159 A GREEN FRENCH MARBLE THREE PIECE MANTLE CLOCK GARNITURE, the lever movement by Marti of Paris, with outside count wheel, striking on a steel bell, the enamel dial with Arabic & Roman numerals in a cylindrical drum, surmounted with an eagle with outstretched wings and issuing floral swags, on a stepped breakfront base, 16in (41cm)h x 21in (53cm)w; together with a pair of heavy matching two handle urns. (3) See Illustration

400 - 500 1160 A PAIR OF INLAID EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIRS, together with a pair of four tier modern open book shelves. (4) 70 - 90

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1173 A RARE WILLIAM IV PERIOD OAK WRITING TABLE, by Mills and Edwards, 154 Oxford Street, London, no. 31127 (stamped), the rectangular leather inset top with a cross banded edge, above two frieze drawers, one stamped, raised on turned and tapering reeded legs with brass casters, 45in (114cm) wide. (1) See Illustration

800 - 1500

1173 1166 A VERY ATTRACTIVE CREAM PAINTED AND PARCEL GILT CENTRE OCCASIONAL TABLE OR COFFEE TABLE, With projected rounded corners and the frieze with classical panels, raised on four turned and tapering fluted legs, 54in (137cm)w x 30in (76cm) d. (1) 200 - 300 1167 A VICTORIAN SHIELD BACK GOLD HALF SOVEREIGN , 1892, 4g. of pure gold. (1) 80 - 150 1168 A WILLIAM IV RECTANGULAR MAHOGANY THREE TIER WHATNOT, of small proportions, with three reeded knop finials, on turned and reeded supports and casters, 44in (112cm) high, 46.5in (118cm). (1) 300 - 500 1169 ANN MCKENNA, The Children of Lir, a handcoloured etching, signed and inscribed, 27.5in (70cm) high, 13.5in (35cm) wide. (1) 60 - 100 1170 AN EDWARDIAN INLAID AND CROSSBANDED MAHOGANY SUTHERLAND TABLE, the rectangular flaps with canted corners, raised on railed supports, 26.5in (68cm). (1) 100 - 150 1171 A MAHOGANY WINDOW SEAT, In the late 18th century style, with padded seat and side panels, raised on six square moulded legs, united by a pierced and shaped stretcher, 50in (127cm). (1) 150 - 250 1172 A PAIR OF GEORGE III STYLE MAHOGANY WINDOW STOOLS O.R.M., each with scroll and padded sides and a padded seat, raised on square tapering spade legs, 36in (92cm). (2) 80 - 150

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1174 A RECTANGULAR CHINESE DARK LACQUERED COFFEE TABLE, the top decorated with landscapes and figures, under a glass plate, 39in (99cm). (1) 100 - 150 1175 A WILLIAM IV PERIOD CIRCULAR MAHOGANY DINING TABLE, the moulded top on an upward octagonal tapering stem, on a concave platform raised on four splayed legs with brass castors, 53in (135cm)d. (1) 700 - 1100 1176 A FINE REGENCY ROSEWOOD FOLDOVER CARD TABLE, the rectangular bead moulded top with rounded corners, above a panelled frieze raised on a ring turned stem with quadruple pod and splayed legs and brass lion paw casters, 36in (92cm) wide. (1)

1176 1180 AN OAK DROP LEAF OCCASIONAL TABLE, in the 17th century style, with demi-lune flaps on carved vase shaped supports, 27in (68cm). (1) 60 - 100 1181 THREE ASSORTED OCCASIONAL TABLES, all early 20th century. (3) 25 - 35 1182 A FRENCH KINGWOOD AND INLAID TWO TIER SUPPER TABLE, of serpentine form, with ornate brass mounts and handles, raised on cabriole legs, 36in (92cm). (1) 130 - 170

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800 - 1500 1177 A FRENCH CAST BRASS ADJUSTABLE FENDER, with pierced frieze and urn finials, approx 48in (123cm); together with a set of three heavy fire irons. (4) 180 - 250 1178 A WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY BREAK FRONT BOOK CASE, the dentil inlaid and moulded cornice above an Arcadian frieze, above four glazed doors, the base with satinwood banded panel doors and raised on a moulded plinth, 96in (244cm)h x 68in (173cm)w. (1) See Illustration

3000 - 4000 1179 A WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY WARDROBE, the moulded cornice above two double panel doors, enclosing a hanging compartment and a shelf and raised on turned legs, 83in (210cm)h x 58in (147cm)w.(1) 200 - 300

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1183 A GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE, the rectangular top with rounded corners above a long frieze drawer, on square legs united by a stretcher, 31.5in (80cm)w. (1) 140 - 170 1184 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY TABLE TOP CUPBOARD, the rectangular moulded top above two panel doors and raised on turned legs, 22.5in (57cm)h x 23in (59cm). (1) 100 - 200 1185 A WALNUT ROCKING CHAIR, early 20th century, with padded back, seat and elbow rests. (1) 70 - 120 1186 AN EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY TRAY TOP TWO-TIER ETAGERE OR SUPPER TABLE, the top tier with a lift off glass bottom tray with two handles, resting on an oval inlaid shelf and a larger conforming shelf below, raised on four square tapering sabre legs, united by an X-framed stretcher, 32in (82cm) high, 28in (73cm) wide. (1) 400 - 600 1187 AN UNUSUAL DUTCH WALNUT AND MARQUETRY TABLE TOP OR WALL CUPBOARD, the arched top crested with a flower above two doors, each with ornate floral inlay, enclosing shelves and drawers and two triple panel long drawers below, 43in (110cm)h x 24in (61cm)w. (1) 700 - 1200

1189 1191 AN OAK DROP LEAF GATE LEG DINING TABLE, in the 18th century style, with demi-lune flaps flanking frieze drawers on baluster turned supports, 45in (114cm) wide. (1) 150 - 250 1192 ROWEL BOYD FRIERS R.U.A. (1920-1998), Fagin, from Oliver Twist, pen and ink portrait, signed and inscribed, 21in (53cm)h x 16.75in (43cm) and its companion a slightly larger pen and ink, One Man and his Dog, inscribed and signed, 34in (61cm)h x 15.25in (39cm). (2) See Illustration

450 - 650 1193 A GOOD PAIR OF FIVE BRANCH WATERFORD CRYSTAL CHANDELIERS, each bulbous stem surmounting cut glass bowl with lustre drops and conforming shaped arms supporting smaller bowls and lustre drops, united by a chain of crystal buttons, approx 20in (51cm)h. (2) See Illustration

250 - 350

1193 1194 AFTER AUGUEST NICOLAS CAIN (1822-1894), a bronze group, “Cock, Hen and Pheasant Guarding the Nest,” standing on a naturalistic cast base raised on a marble plinth, 9” x 10” (23cms x 26cms). (1) 100 - 200 1195 After HAROLD HITCHCOCK Essex Landscape, copyright print on canvas, as is, 21.5in (55cm)h x 27in (68cm)w. (1) 40 - 80 1196 AN EDWARDIAN TELESCOPIC WALNUT DINING TABLE, with a spare leaf, 64in (163cm) l x 41in (104cm)w. (1) 80 - 120 1197 AN UNUSUAL OVAL WALL MIRROR, the central bevelled plate with bead moulded frame and eight smaller bevelled mirror panels to the frame, 60in (153cm) x 49in (125cm). (1) 300 - 500

1188 EDWARD ALSTROP (ACT. 1880-1920), Two Terriers Catching a Rat in a Barn, O.O.C., 25in(64cm)h x 21.5in(55cm)w. (1) 1200 - 1800 1189 A FINE REGENCY INLAID MAHOGANY FOLDOVER CARD TABLE, the rectangular top with canted corners and a central oval shell within a satinwood and rosewood banded edge, above a conforming inlaid frieze raised on four turned columns with tripod base and four splayed legs terminating in brass casters, 35.5in (90cm) wide. (1)

1198

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700 - 1100

1198 ROSITA TAAFFE (1840), Grotta Azzura, Italy, gouache, signed with initials lower left and dated 1840, 19in (49cm)h x 27.25in (69cm). (1) Provenance: Smarmore Castle

1190 A GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY LIFT TOP MULE CHEST, raised on a stand with two drawers and raised on square legs with block feet and scroll angles, 44.5in (113cm)h x 50in (127cm)w. (1) 250 - 350

See Illustration, also on Front Cover

400 - 600

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1206 A THREE TIER WALNUT WHAT NOT, with pierced gallery and upper drawer, 19in (48cm); together with a rectangular Edwardian walnut side table, 36in (91cm) and an old towel rail. (3) 80 - 100 1207 AFTER FRANK ALGERNON STEWART (18771945), signed coloured hunting print, 9.5in (24cm)h x 24.5in (62cm). (1) 150 - 200 1208 AN AUSTRIAN GILT BRONZE FIGURE, modelled as a young shepherd boy playing his pipe, wearing a hat, satchel and flask, on circular base, 6in (15.5cm). (1) 400 - 600

1199 1199 19TH CENTURY IRISH SCHOOL, Oval Miniature Portrait of a gentleman wearing a black jacket and waste coat possibly a cleric and it’s companion his wife, wearing a white lace bonnet and a blue shawl, 3.5in (9cm)h x 2.75in (7cm)w. (2)

1204 EMMA FITZGIBBON (20TH CENTURY), Evensong Queen’s County, landscape, w.c., signed and inscribed, 8.5in (21cm)h x 10in (26cm). (1) 50 - 70

See Illustration

350 - 550

See Illustration, also on inside back cover

1200 A 19TH CENTURY OAK DROP LEAF PEMBROKE TYPE TABLE, with rectangular flaps, flanking a frieze drawer on turned legs, 33in (84cm). (1) 70 - 120 1201 AFTER REMBRANDT HARMENSZ. VAN RIJN (1606-1669), Portrait of Cornelis Claesz. Anslo, Bust Length in Black Costume, Black Hat and White Ruff Collar, O.O.P, 19.75in (50.3cm) x 18.25in (46.4cm). (1) Note: Derives from the double portrait of the Mennonite preacher Cornelis Claesz Anslo and his wife Aeltje Gerritsdr. Schouten in the Staatliche Museen Pruessicher Kulturbesitz, Gemaldergalerie, Berlin. Provenance: The Murnaghan Collection Mealys & Christies, Thursday 14th October 1999 Lot 371. 400 - 600

1209 ATTRIBUTED TO THOMAS HICKEY (DUBLIN, FL 1741-1824), oval portrait of a gentleman with grey powdered wig, wearing a green jacket, oil on copper, 6.5in (17cm)h x 5in (13cm); together with a portrait of a lady, his wife wearing a light blue dress with lace edge, a pair, each in carved ribbon crested gilt frame. (2) 1000 - 1500 1210 JACK FARRER, 20th/21st century Irish, Dublin’s Sightseeing Highlights, Old and New, pen and ink, signed, inscribed and dated 1972, 27in (69cm). (1) See Illustration

1205

150 - 250

1205 A REGENCY MAHOGANY PEMBROKE TABLE, c. 1830, with one mock and one frieze drawer, flanked to each side with D-shaped flaps, raised on a turned stem with quadruple pod and brass lion paw casters, 36in (92cm) wide. (1) See Illustration

700 - 1100

1210

1202 AN INLAID AND CROSS BANDED MAHOGANY SLOPE FRONT COAL SCUTTLE, a walnut bedside pedestal. (2) 70 - 120 1203 AN OAK FOLDING CARD TABLE, of square form with baize covered top, 36in (92cm)w; together with a Georgian style mahogany swing framed dressing table mirror, 24in (61cm)w. (2) 100 - 150

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1214 1211 A CHIPPENDALE STYLE MAHOGANY TRIPLE PEDESTAL DINING TABLE, comprising a gadroon moulded top, with two spare leaves and bowed ends, approx 12ft2 (369.5cm) x 45in (115cm)w, raised on two leaf carved tripods, each with ball and claw feet and a centre matching quadruple pod; together with a set of eight (6+2) carved Chippendale style dining chairs, each with shell crest and pierced splat above a burgundy coloured seat and raised on front cabriole legs, with ball and claw feet. (9) 400 - 600 1212 AN X SHAPED WALNUT STOOL, wit slatted sides and padded seat and a rectangular pine stool. (2) 60 - 90

1213 L. SZABO, (20TH/21ST CENTURY), Still Life, Colourful Vase of Flowers, signed lower right, 15.5in (39cm)h x 12in (30cm). (1) 100 - 150 1214 LATE 18TH CENTURY IRISH SCHOOL, Portrait of a Gentleman, wearing a white powdered wig, jacket, waistcoat and lace cravat, oil on copper panel, in shell and leaf moulded gilt frame; together with a portrait of his wife petting a terrier, and she in a white satin dress with lace bonnet, cuffs and collar, 8in (20cm)h x 6.25in (16cm). (2) See Illustration, also on inside back cover

1000 - 1500

1215 JOHN HENNING SENIOR, HRSA (British, 1771-1851) Profile miniature relief portrait, depicting Admiral Norwich Duff, signed and dated 1809, 3in (7.5cm) mounted on glass. (1) Proveance: Smarmore Caste Note: Admiral Norwich Duff (1792 – 1862) was a Royal Navy officer who entered the Royal Navy in 1805, just before his 13th birthday, serving aboard his father’s ship HMS Mars as a midshipman. In October 1805 at the Battle of Trafalgar his father was killed. He was promoted to Lieutenant in September 1811 and was appointed Flag-Lieutenant to the commander-inchief in 1814. He served on HMS Euralyus, was promoted to Commander in 1814, appointed to command of the 18-gun brig-sloop HMS Espoir, part of the naval force in the Chesapeake during the War of 1812, and later took part in the attack on New Orleans. In 1816 he was appointed to command of the 10-gun brigsloop HMS Beaver and sent to the Caribbean, where he assumed command of the 18-gun HMS Rifleman in September 1817. He returned to England in August 1818. He undertook an extensive continental European tour in 1819 of which he kept a journal. He was promoted to Post Captain in 1822. He married Helen Mary Shoolbred (daughter of East India Company Surgeon John Shoolbred 1766-1831) in 1833 at Bath, Somerset and with her produced eight recorded children. The couple’s eldest daughter, (Helen) Sophia Duff 1834 - 1930, married Boscawen Trevor Griffith (whose name later changed to later GriffithBoscawen) as a result of which Norwich became the maternal grandfather of Arthur Sackville Trevor Griffith-Boscawen 1865 - 1946, a prominent British Conservative politician during the early decades of the twentieth century. Another daughter, Henrietta, was a novelist. Duff was promoted to Rear Admiral on 8 October 1852, and to Vice Admiral on 28 November 1857. He died at Bath, Somerset, England on 21 April 1862. See Illustration, also on page 3

500 - 700 1216 20TH/21ST CENTURY, A colourful still life, Vase of Flowers, O.O.C., 35in (89cm)h x 23in (59cm). (1) 200 - 300 1217 EDWARD DELANEY R.H.A. (1930-2009), Four Figures, black against white, oil on card, 15.5in (40cm)h x 13.25in (34cm). (1) See Illustration

500 - 700 1218 AFTER THOMAS SIDNEY COOPER, a pair of coloured prints, Pastoral Scene with Cattle and Sheep, and its companion, Winter Landscape with Sheep. (2) 30 - 40

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1224 1219 A BRASS MOUNTED AND BLACK LAQUERED FORTIN TYPE BAROMETER, By F. Darton & Co. Ltd London, no. S 340/48, with tubular silverised dial, signed and numbered, with original bezel and bracket in fitted wooden case, 36in (91cm). (1) 200 - 400 1220 A SET OF THREE FINELY PAINTED CELTIC STYLE WATERCOLOURS, one depicting a saint within typical Celtic borders and panels, against a dark background, 21.5in (54cm)h x 17.25in (44cm); the other with Celtic tracery with unusual middle Eastern figures, masks and animals etc., and one other similar. (3) 250 - 350 1221 A VERY ATTRACTIVE CELTIC TAPESTRY WALL HANGING, depicting various saints within typical Celtic borders and panels, finely worked with gold, blue, white,red and green threads, 57.5in (146cm)h x 36in (92cm). (1) 250 - 350 1222 AN EDWARDIAN KINGWOOD BANDED MAHOGANY DROP FRONT COAL SCUTTLE OR PURDONIUM, raised on ogee bracket feet, 15in (38cm); together with a rectangular stool with cane seat. (2) 100 - 150

1227 1223 IN THE STYLE OF JOSEPH MALLORD WILLIAM TURNER (1775-1851), Extensive River Landscape, O.O.C., 17.75in (35cm)h x 25.5in (65cm). (1) 100 - 150 1224 ROWLAND HILL ARUA (1915-1979), Donegal Mountains, with thatched cottages and a figure, signed lower right, W.C., 10in (26cm)h x 14.25in (36cm). (1) See Illustration

1230 1228 A MODERN CHEVAL FIRE SCREEN, with dried floral arrangement; another similar with portrait plinth; together with another brass cheval screen; a pierced brass fender, 48.5in (123cm) and a five piece brass fire tidy. (5) 100 - 150 1229 A MODERN PINK GLASS AND PINK PORCELAIN THREE BRANCH TABLE LAMP, in the form of an oil lamp, 19in (48cm). (1) 30 - 60

300 - 500 1225 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, Tudor Cottage with Flower Garden, O.O.C, indistinctly signed lower right, 23.5in (59cm)h x 17.25in (44cm). (1) 200 - 300

1230 ATTRIBUTED TO HENRY HARRIS (18521926) An Extensive River Landscape, with Figures and Horse by a Bridge in Foreground, O.O.C, bares inscriptions verso, 35in (89cm)h x 59in (150cm). (1) See Illustration

1226 A 19TH CENTURY WALNUT AND FLORAL MARQUETRY SIDE CABINET, the oblong top above a floral inlaid frieze and two arched and glazed doors with similar inlay, flanked with brass mounted inlaid pilasters, on a plinth with shaped apron, 41.5in (106cm) high, 47in (120cm) wide. (1)

500 - 800

See Illustration

1200 - 1800 1227 MARIA ANNA HAMILTON, (18TH CENTURY IRISH SCHOOL), Figures Chatting outside the Gates of a Large Villa, signed lower right and inscribed, sepia watercolour, 8in (20cm)h x 10in (26cm). (1) See Illustration

200 - 300

1217

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1231 N BRUDLEY, (19TH CENTURY SCOTTISH SCHOOL), Sheep in a Mountainous Landscabe, by a lake, O.O.C., signed lower right, 29.5in (75cm)h x 19.5in (50cm). (1) 150 - 250 1232 ROWLAND HILL (1915-1979), Errigal Mountain, Co. Donegal, W.C, signed and dated 1942 and also inscribed on label verso, 10in (26cm)h x 14.5in (37cm). (1) 200 - 300 1233 A MODERN RECTANGULAR WROUGHT IRON FIRE GUARD, with mesh screen, 31in (79cm)h x 38in (96cm) w. (1) 40 - 60 1234 VINCENZO LARICCHIA (B. 1940), Italian Coastal Scene, o.o.b, signed lower right, 15.25in (39cm)h x 19in (49cm). (1) 80 - 150 1235 LEON O’ KENNEDY (20TH/21ST CENTURY IRISH) Mount Errigal Co. Donegal, and its companion, Glen Inagh Connemara, pair of W.C, signed, inscribed and dated 1951, 11.5in (29cm)h X 17.5in (45cm). (2) 50 - 100

1236 1236 A SET OF THREE WILLIAM IV PERIOD GRADUATING BRONZE BELL WEIGHTS, each inscribed County of Wexford 1835, 4lb, 2lb and 1lb, each with handle, the largest 5.5in (14cm). (3) See Illustration

200 - 300

1241 1237 AN EARLY VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD CANTERBURY, with four slatted sections, on turned supports and legs, united by a stretcher shelf, 18in (46cm) high, 17in (43cm). (1) 200 - 300 1238 EARLY 20TH CENTURY, a set of three framed watercolours, depicting colourful flowers, some inscribed and dated 14in (35cm)h x 9.5in (24cm). (3) 150 - 250 1239 19TH CENTURY IRISH NAIVE SCHOOL, Woman with Piglet by a Thatched Cottage by the Sea, O.O.C., 9.5in (24cm)h x 17.75in (45cm). (1) 80 - 120 1240 AN EARLY VICTORIAN MAHOGANY BILLIARD/ SNOOKER SCORE BOARD, By D. Harris & Son Charlemont Bridgeworks Dublin, with four ebonised knobs and two rectangular glass apertures, 21in (54cm)h x 18in (46cm). (1) 150 - 250 1241 GEORG FISCHHOF (1859-1914), Italian coastal scene, A View of the Bay of Naples with figures in foreground, and its companion Near Ischitella, a similar view, one signed lower left, the other lower right, both signed A.L Terni, both inscribed verso, oil on panel, 6.5in (16cm)h x 8.25in (21cm). (2) N.B.: Georg Fischhoff used the variety of pseudonyms including the examples here A.L Terni.

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1000 - 1500

1242 A 19TH CENTURY BOW FRONTED MAHOGANY SIDE BOARD, of small proportions, the centre with a frieze drawer and flanked to each side with a cupboard, raised on six square tapering spade legs, 36in (91cm) high, 50in (127cm) wide. (1) See Illustration

500 - 800 1243 A PAIR OF ATTRACTIVE PAINTED AND PARCEL GILT WALL BRACKETS, each shaped shelf on a leaf scroll corbel, with gilt rosettes, 24in (61cm)w x 22in (56cm)h, each with a shaped marble top. (1) 150 - 250 1244 A REGENCY PERIOD BRASS INLAID ROSEWOOD LADIES WORK BOX, of casket form, the rectangular hinged cover opening to reveal a fitted lift out tray, with various compartments, sewing implements, etc., the case profusely inlaid with scrolling leaves and with ornate bead mouldings, applied with two ring handles and raised on reeded bun feet, 12in (31cm)w. (1) See Illustration

350 - 550

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1255 1245 AN EDWARDIAN INLAID ROSEWOOD TWO TIER CANTERBURY WHAT NOT, with shaped gallery and turned supports, above a drop down cupboard door and raised on turned legs, 22in (56cm). (1) 150 - 200 1246 PILKINGTON (EARLY 20TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL), Compton End - Near Winchester, colourful floral garden by thatched cottage, W.C., signed lower left, 14.75in (38cm)h x 10.5in (27cm). (1) 50 - 80 1247 A GAINSBOROUGH TYPE LIBRARY ARMCHAIR, in the George III style, ORM, covered in yellow fabric on front square legs. (1) 100 - 200 1248 A SET OF FOUR GRADUATING QUARTETTO TABLES, each with bold lacquer and decorated with flowers, raised on turned supports, the larges 21.5in (55cm)w. (4) 200 - 300 1249 VERNON EARP, (ENGLISH ACT. c 1900). Two Story Thatched Country Residence, W.C., signed lower right, 8in (20cm)h x 10.25in (26cm); together with another pair of watercolours, probably by the same hand. (3) 80 - 100

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1250 A VICTORIAN WALNUT LADIES WORK TABLE, the circular hinged top, opening to reveal a wool compartment and various sectioned compartments, some with lids, on a hexagonal upward flaring stem and tripod base, 17in (43cm) diameter. (1) 100 - 200 1251 A large coloured print, late 19th century, Italian lake scene with woman on a balcony 30 - 50 1252 A VICTORIAN STYLE TELESCOPIC DINING TABLE, with a spare leaf, the moulded top with demi lune ends and raised on baluster reeded legs, 93in (237cm)h x 4ft (122cm). (1) 400 - 600 1253 A PAIR OF BRASS CHENETS, early 20th century, decorated with entwined serpents among acanthus foliate scrolls, 23in (58.5cm). (2) 50 - 100 1254 GRAHAM ISOM (B.1945), Lady Riding Side Saddle with Horse Head Study and Hound Studies, W.C. and oil, signed lower left, 15in (38cm)h x 19.5in (50cm)w. (1) 500 - 800

1255 JOHN FAULKNER RHA (1835-1894), Pastoral Scene with Woman Driving Two Cattle by Thatched Farm House, W.C., signed lower left, 18.5in (47cm)h x 38in (96cm)w. (1) See Illustration

600 - 900 1256 AFTER TERENCE CUNEO a limited edition coloured racing print, Derby Day 1979, signed on the mount by the artist in pencil, no. 73/850, 18in (46cm)h x 27in (69cm). (1) 100 - 200 1257 A LATE VICTORIAN CAST IRON OIL LAMP with moulded glass reservoir and frosted glass bulbous shade etched with Tudor rose and shamrocks, 23 inches (59cm). 70 - 150 1258 A LIMITED EDITION MODERN PRINT, entitled Firmament, showing passage graves as viewed from space, no. 27/39, indistinctly signed. (1) 40 - 60 1259 A PAIR OF CANDELABRA TYPE THREE BRANCH SINGLE LIGHT TABLE LAMPS, each with tapering fluted column, 38in (97cm). (2) 70 - 120

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1263 A FRENCH BRONZE AND BRASS MOUNTED BRECH D’ALE P MANTLE CLOCK, surmounted with a Marley horse, above a silverized dial with Roman numerals and striking on a steel bell, on a rectangular base with scroll legs, 17in (44cm)h x 9in (23cm)w. (1) 700 - 1200

1267 AN ATTRACTIVE GOTHIC STYLE BRASS MANTEL CLOCK, of architectural design, the case with typical Gothic tracery and masks, around a circular brass dial inscribed The Waverley Hotel, raised on leaf scroll legs, 16in (41cm) high, 11in (28cm) wide. (1) 200 - 300

1264 LATE 17TH CENTURY / EARLY 18TH CENTURY ITALIAN SCHOOL, Salus Populi Romani, (Protectress of the Roman People), the original in the Archbasilica of Santa Maria Maggiore in Rome, O.O.P., indistinctly inscribed on upper panel, 18.5in (47cm)h x 14.5in (37cm), in ebonised ripple moulded frame. (1)

1268 AN EDWARDIAN SATIN WOOD BERGERE ARMCHAIR, decorated with floral swags, ribbon bows and other flowers and the back with an oval portrait of an elegant lady with hat, above a caned panel, arm panels and cane seat, raised on turned decorated tapering legs. (1) 250 - 350

See Illustration on page 93

1000 - 1500 1265 A 20TH/ 21ST CENTURY AFTER AN ORIGINAL PORTRAIT, Thomas Viscount Kilmorey, of Mourne Park Kilkeel, Co. Down, O.O.C, 29in (73cm)h x 24.5in (72cm). (1) 80 - 150

1260 1260 A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH ALABASTER MANTLE CLOCK, with ornate gilt metal mounts, the French lever movement striking on a steel bell and a painted dial with raised enamel and Roman numerals, the arched top surmounted with a cherub and a butterfly, flanked to either side with four flaming urns and a decorated panel below with two cherubs and flanked to either side with two classical style semi draped women, on a rectangular stepped base with concave centre and an oval plaque on gilt metal legs, 16.5in (42cm)h x 8.25in (21cm)w, on a gilt wood base. (1)

1266 A MOULDED GILT CUSHION FRAMED WALL MIRROR, 20th century, 25.5in (65cm)h x 21in (53cm); together with a diamond shaped wall mirror. (2) 50 - 80

1269 A LARGE STAINLESS STEEL MOUNTED WOODEN CANDLE LANTERN, With swing handle; together with a pair of bronze metal pyramid shaped candle lantern 25in (64cm)h; a smaller ditto 20in (51cm); a cylindrical candle lantern with ring handle, 22in (56cm) and a pair of square candle lanterns, 16in (41cm), all as new. (7) 60 - 80 1270 A PAIR OF ATTRACTIVE GILT ARMCHAIRS, One covered in yellow and blue floral fabric, with button back and seat on front turned gilt legs, the other covered in blue velvet, with button back. (2) 200 - 400 1271 AN INLAID MAHOGANY DROP LEAF PEMBROKE TABLE, In the Sheraton style, with demi-lune flaps and raised on square tapering legs, 29in (74cm). (1) 100 - 150

See Illustration

1272 LATE 18TH CENTURY, PROBABLY IRISH SCHOOL, Portrait of a Young Lady, wearing a red dress and blue shawl, oval pastel, 16.25in (42cm)h x 12.5in (32cm). (1)

500 - 700

See Illustration

300 - 400

1261 Fergus O’Ryan R.H.A. A.N.C.A. (1911-1989) “Continental Harbour Scene, with Lighthouse,” O.O.B., signed, 5” x 6½” (13cms x 7cms). (1) 200 - 300

1273 A VICTORIAN INLAID AND CROSSBANDED WALNUT DAVENPORT, the top with a hinged stationary and pen & ink compartment, above a sloping tooled leather writing surface enclosing a fitted interior with drawers and pigeon holes, raised on single pedestal with four mock and four drawers, the front with spiral fluted pilasters and scroll angles, raised on four bun feet, 33in (84cm) high, 21in (54cm) wide. (1) 600 - 900

1262 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL “Harbour Scene with Figures in a Boat,” O.O.P. 8.5in (22cm) x 12.5in (32cm). (1) 80 - 150

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1274 AN INLAID AND CROSSBANDED MAHOGANY REVOLVING BOOKCASE, ORM, with railed sides, 33in (84cm) high, 18in (46cm) square. (1) 200 - 300

1281 ALEXANDER WILLIAMS RHA (1846-1930) Mahony’s Point, Lower Lake, Killarney, watercolour, signed and inscribed, 11in (28cm) high, 18.5in (47cm) wide. (1) 300 - 500

1275 A NEST OF THREE LATE 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY OCCASIONAL TABLES, each with graduating rectangular top on turned supports and downturned legs, the largest 20in (51cm). (3) 300 - 500

1282 A FRENCH BRASS MOUNTED MARBLE TOP JARDINIERE STAND, with pierced gallery and fluted supports, raised on tapering sabre legs, marble as is, 39.5in (100cm) high. (1) 150 - 250

1276 A MAHOGANY TRIPOD TORCHERE OR JARDINIERE STAND, with turned and fluted stem, and a dish top, 37.5in (96cm). (1) 80 - 120

1283 1283 ROBERT JAMES ENRAGHT MOONY (18791946) An Old Farmstead, watercolour, signed lower right in pencil, 10.5in (27cm) high, 13in (33.5cm) wide. (1) See Illustration

1279 AN OVAL VICTORIAN GILT AND GESSO GIRANDOLE, the ribbon crest with floral swags, above a mirror plate, in ribbon moulded frame, issuing three rustic candle arms, 34in (87cm)h x 21in (54cm). (1) 300 - 400

1287 A MODERN TWO SEATER PARKER KNOWLES STYLE SETTEE, with cushion seat and back, covered in green fabric and raised on square tapering legs, 56in (142cm)w. (1) 100 - 200 1288 AN ATTRACTIVE TERRACOTTA GARDEN URN, with egg and dart moulded rim, on stem base, raised on a square moulded plinth with leaf moulded panels, 48in (122cm)h x 28in (71cm) d. (1) 300 - 400

1277 A 19TH CENTURY PIERCED BRASS FENDER, the frieze with an arrangement of ovals and urns, united by pierced panels, on a moulded base, 60in (153cm)w. (1) 150 - 250 1278 A 19TH CENTURY BRASS MOUNTED STEEL FIRE SHOVEL, with pierced pan and a matching tongs; together with a pair of brass and irons ad a pierced brass trivet. (5) 100 - 150

1286 A MODERN TWO SEATER PARKER KNOWLES STYLE SETTEE, with cushion seat and back, covered in yellow fabric and raised on square tapering legs, 56in (142cm)w. (1) 150 - 250

300 - 500 1284 A LATE 18TH CENTURY WALNUT WING ARMCHAIR, with loose cushion, covered in green fabric, raised on front cabriole legs with pad feet, united by a turned stretcher. (1)

1289 A CAST IRON BIRD BATH, with bowl shaped top, on an ornate stem and tripod base, 29in (74cm)h. (1) 80 - 120 1290 A SMALL VICTORIAN CAST IRON GARDEN URN, with egg and dart moulded and folded rim, on a half reeded body and square stem base, 21in (54cm)h, rim as is; together with a pineapple shaped sandstone pillar finial, as is 21in (53cm). (2) 100 - 200

See Illustration

400 - 600

1280 1280 CAPTAIN R.A.V. HAMILTON (ACT. 1920-1930) Pekingese, oil on canvas, signed and dated lower right 1942, 21.5in (55cm) high, 28in (71cm) wide. (1) See Illustration

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1285 EDMUND FITZPATRICK ARHA (FL 18481883) “Irish Cottage Interior with Peasant Family Group”, O.O.C., 24.5 inches (62cm) x 30 inches (76cm), also inscribed verso E Fitzpatrick, signed. NB: Fitzpatrick was a native of the County of Kilkenny. He studied at the the Royal Dublin Society and won a medal in 1843. He also exhibited with the society of British artists in 1848 in London. He exhibited paintings depicting Irish peasant life. Wood cuts after his drawings appeared in the Illustrated Dublin Journal in 1862. See Illustration on page 95

1500 - 2500

1284

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1285 1291 A RECTANGULAR MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE, with moulded top on cabriole legs with ball-nclaw feet, 43in (110cm). (1) 250 - 350 1292 A GOOD PAIR OF HEAVY VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD AND GRAINED ROSEWOOD SIDE CHAIRS, each with a leaf carved shaped back with conforming cross rail, raised on lappet capped turned legs; together with another set of Victorian side chairs, with matching fabric. (4) 200 - 400

1295 A LATE GEORGE III MAHOGANY BREAKFAST TABLE, the rectangular snap top with rounded corners on a turned stem and quadruple pod with brass casters, 44.5in (113cm) long, 39in (100cm) deep. (1) 250 - 400 1296 A HEAVY ELM AND ASH KITCHEN ARMCHAIR, of horseshoe shape, with solid seat on turned legs. (1) 80 - 150

1293 A GEORGE IV THREE-TIER CIRCULAR MAHOGANY DUMB-WAITER, with graduating shelves, on ring turned and spiral reeded supports and tripod base with brass casters, 53in (135cm) high, 24in (61cm) wide. (1) 400 - 600

250 - 350

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1298 AN ANTIQUE RECTANGULAR CUT LIMESTONE TROUGH, 44.5in (113cm)h x 18.5in (47cm). (1) 350 - 550 1299 AN ANTIQUE RECTANGULAR CUT LIMESTONE TROUGH, 36in (92cm)h x 20in (51cm). (1) 250 - 350 1300 AFTER GEORGE MORELAND, a pair of coloured engravings depicting rural scenes. (2) 80 - 150

1294 A FRENCH BRASS MANTLE CLOCK, of architectural design, the top with a three quarter gallery over a circular two stage dial, with Arabic numerals, the centre panel over laid with grotesque masks and scrolling foliage and a conforming panel below, flanked with turned pilasters, 12in (31cm)h x 7in (18cm)w. (1) See Illustration

1297 A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIRS, each with a pierced ladder back, the seats covered in tan hide, raised on front square tapering legs. (1) 100 - 150

1301 ATTRIBUTED TO HENRY ROBERTSON CRAIG (1916-1984), Head and Neck study of a Black Horse, O.O.C., 19.5in (50cm)h x 15.5 (39cm). (1) 150 - 200

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1318 1302 FOUR SIMILAR COLOURED PASTORAL PRINTS, together with a pair of small coloured hunting prints. (7) 80 - 120 1303 A GEORGE III STYLE MAHOGANY FRET CUT WALL MIRROR, 20th century, 27in (69cm)h x 16in (41cm). (1) 30 - 50 1304 EARLY 20TH CENTURY IRISH SCHOOL, Killing in the Open, hunting scene, O.O.C., inscribed verso, 11.5in (29cm)h x 15.75in (40cm); together with another painting Birds by a Nest. (2) 100 - 150 1305 S.G. STOKES (20H CENTURY IRISH SCHOOL), Extensive Panoramic Landscape, W.C., signed lower right, 10in (25cm)h x 14in (36cm)w; together with a pair of coloured engravings, The Siege of Antwerp by the French, and its companion The Orchestra Grand Walk in Mary Bone Gardens. (3) 40 - 60 1306 A SMALL LATE 19TH CENTURY BOW FRONTED FENDER, 28in (71cm); together with a turned beech standard lamp. (2) 80 - 150 1307 A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN WALNUT SIDE CHAIRS, each with a pierced splat and covered in green draylon, on front turned legs. (2) 70 - 90 96

1308 A VICTORIAN WALNUT OCCASIONAL CHAIR, with tapestry seat and back. (1) 80 - 150 1309 AN UNUSUAL GILT WOOD WALL MIRROR, in the Victorian style with shaped plate and scroll crest, the base with a shaped shelf, 20in (50cm) h x 18in (46cm). (1) 80 - 120 1310 AN OLD STEEL SAFE, by John Tann of London, 22in (56cm)h x 16in (41cm). (1) 100 - 150 1311 A 19TH CENTURY OBLONG WINDOW SEAT, With padded top and square tapering front legs with lion paw feet and turned rear legs, 49in (125cm). (1) 400 - 500 1312 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN WALNUT WASH STANDS, by Doveston Manufacturer, stamped, each with a rectangular white marble top and three frieze drawers and raised on double turned supports, united by a turned stretcher, raised on four scroll legs, 50in (127cm)w. (2) 200 - 300 1313 A HEAVY SHEATED OLD PITCH PINE DOOR, with iron strap work and arched top, 81in (206cm)h x 31in (79cm)w; together with a pair of heavy cast iron window sashes, with diamond shaped glazing, each 35in (89cm)h x 18in (46cm). (3) 80 - 120

1314 A VICTORIAN GOTHIC STYLE OAK AND WALNUT TELESCOPIC HUNTS DAY DRINKS TABLE, telescopic action and a curved Jupes type design, with various spare leaves, raised on octagonal tapering legs, under a panelled frieze 174cm (440cm)l x 30in (56cm)d . (1) 400 - 600 1315 A PITCH PINE SETTLE BENCH, with wing back, flanking two mock cupboard doors above a plank top seat and two mock drawers, 5ft (153cm)w. (1) 150 - 250 1316 A 19TH CENTURY PINE TRIPLE SEAT CHURCH STALL, with plank top seats and scroll arm terminals, 92in (234cm)w. (1) 801 - 120 1317 A SET OF GOTHIC STYLE PITCH PINE CHURCH STALLS, 19th century, each with a dentil moulded cornice above a panelled back and lift up seats and scroll arm rests, 35ft1 (1066cm) x 63in (160cm), five sections and ten seats. (5) 1000 - 1500 1318 A GOOD SET OF THREE WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY HALL CHAIRS, each shield shaped and scroll moulded back, with central cartouche painted with a crest in the form of a griffin, above a solid seat, on front turned and lappet moulded legs. (3) See Illustration

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1319 A NEST OF THREE RECTANGULAR BLACK LACQUERED OCCASIONAL TABLES, each with graduating top the largest 24in (61cm). (3) 200 - 300 1320 AN OCTAGONAL SHAPED VICTORIAN WALNUT AND INLAID LADIES WORK TABLE, on tri-pod base, 17in (43cm). (1) 100 - 150 1321 A WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY FOLD OVER TEA TABLE, on leaf moulded turned stem and tri pod base, with lapet moulded feet, 40in (102cm). (1) 250 - 350 1322 A SET OF THREE VICTORIAN WALNUT SIDE CHAIRS, each on front cabriole legs; together with a pair of Edwardian inlaid mahogany side chairs. (5) 80 - 120 1323 AN EBONISED AND CARVED ORIENTAL THREE TIER CORNER WHATNOT, with pierced apron and raised on ball and claw feet, 34in (86cm)h x 22in (56cm)w. (1) 180 - 250 1324 AN EBONISED AESTHETIC MOVEMENT DROP LEAF LADIES WRITING TABLE, the top with a hinged stationary and pen compartment, above a frieze drawer, flanked with two flaps and raised on turned and fluted parcel gilt legs, 25in (64cm)w; together with a similar chair. (2) 180 - 250 1325 AN EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY ARMCHAIR, together with a pair of Victorian walnut side chairs, each on front cabriole legs. (3) 80 - 100 1326 AN EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY DISPLAY CABINET, the arched upper centre panel inlaid with a bracket and hanging bell flowers, above a glazed door flanked to either side with mirror panels, two further glazed doors below, flanking a bow fronted panel, 47in (120cm)w. (1) 80 - 150 1327 A MAHOGANY DISPLAY CABINET, early 20th century, of converted breakfront outline, with two astragal glazed doors and flanked to either side with a bow fronted cupboard door and raised on leaf carved cabriole legs with ball and claw feet, 49.25in (125cm)h x 65in (165cm)w. (1) 100 - 200

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1328 AN ATTRACTIVE EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY BEDSTEAD, 4ft6 (137cm)w, the head board with a slatted centre panel and two inlaid panels to either side, the conforming head board with a bow front, complete with side bars and a base. (1) 100 - 200 1329 A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY TWIN BEDS, each 36in (92cm)w, with inlaid slatted head and foot boards. (2) 100 - 200

1336 AN ATTRACTIVE MOTHER-O-PEARL INLAID FOUR TIER MAHOGANY WALL BRACKET WITH DRAWER, 32in (82cm) x 15.5in (39cm); together with another modern wall bracket and an inlaid mahogany wall bracket with square tapering pegs, adapted and a two tier occasional table and a circular wall mirror. (4) 70 - 120 1337 A MAHOGANY AND SATINWOOD BANDED ARMCHAIR, Edwardian, with arched and padded back, on square front tapering spade legs. (1) 120 - 150

1330 A ROSE WOOD CENTRE TABLE OR SIDE TABLE, William IV and later, the shaped top above a frieze drawer, raised on a baluster turned stem, on a quatrefoil base with four scroll legs, 30in (76cm). (1) 150 - 250

1338 A TWO SEATER EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY SETTEE, with wing back; together with a pair of similar armchairs. (3) 150 - 250

1331 AN EBONY STRUNG MAHOGANY SWING FRAME DRESSING TABLE MIRROR, with oval plate and bow front with three drawers. (1) 80 - 120

1339 A CIRCULAR SERPENTINE SHAPED WALNUT COFFEE TABLE, on cabriole legs with ball and claw feet, 31in (80cm). (1) 60 - 90

1332 AN OBLONG MAHOGANY WINDOW STOOL, 19th century, with padded top, raised on turned and reeded legs, 32in (82cm)w. (1) 100 - 150

1340 A VICTORIAN STYLE MAHOGANY WALL BRACKET, the rectangular top raised on two cabriole supports, with scroll terminals, 25in (63cm)h x 27in (67cm)w; together with a pair of spiral reeded wooden torchers or jardiniere stands and one other. (4) 70 - 90

1333 A FLORAL MARQUETRY INLAID MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE, the lift top opening to reveal a baize lined interior and raised on four turned legs, 25in (64cm)w. (1) 80 - 120 1334 A CIRCULAR MAHOGANY OCCASIONAL OR WINE TABLE, a similar two handled gallery tray and a modern table lamp. (3) 40 - 60 1335 AN EMBOSSED BRASS GIRANDOLE, with bevelled mirror plate and two candle arms; together with an Indian brass wall plaque; an Indian brass vase; a pair of heavy brass candlesticks; two white metal pheasant table ornaments; four brass alter vases and other miscellaneous brass. (15) 70 - 90

1341 A 19TH CENTURY GILT AND GESSO WALL MOUNTED CONSOLE TABLE OR BRACKET, with serpentine shaped white moulded marble top, on a front double scroll cabriole support, issuing scrolling foliage, 25in (64cm)h x 22.5in (57cm). (1) 200 - 300 1342 A PAIR OF UNUSUAL INLAID MAHOGANY TWO TIER OCCASIONAL TABLES, each with a circular leather top and raised on shaped legs, 17.5in (45cm). (2) 100 - 200 1343 A MAHOGANY CORNER DISPLAY CABINET, 24in (61cm); a modern mahogany open bookcase, with three shelves, 31in (79cm); an Edwardian mahogany occasional table with satin wood mahogany top, 17in (44cm) and a three tier mahogany folding cake stand. (4) 80 - 150

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1344 A SQUARE OAK REVOLVING BOOKCASE, with slatted sides, 18in (46cm); together with a black lacquered mother-o-pearl inlaid occasional table with four slides, 12in (30cm); 70 - 120

1355 A RELIEF MOULDED FROSTED GLASS CEILING LIGHT, by Sabino Paris, C. 1930, 18.5in (47cm)h. (1) 380 - 450 1356 A BURGUNDY GROUND BOKHARA RUG, with two rows of octagons, 5ft4 (163cm)h x 3ft6 (107cm); together with three other small oriental rugs. (4) 150 - 200

1345 A CHIPPENDALE STYLE MAHOGANY TELESCOPIC DINING TABLE, with spare leaf, and gadroon edge, raised on cabriole legs with ball and claw feet, 71in (180cm)l x 41in (104cm). (1) 200 - 300 1346 A SET OF SIX (4+2) CHIPPENDALE STYLE MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, each with a pierced splat above a drop in seat and raised on front cabriole legs with ball and claw feet. (6) 150 - 250 1347 A MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE, 20th century, with frieze drawer, on lyre supports and splayed legs, 24in (61cm)w; together with a modern six tier open mahogany book case. (2) 100 - 150 1348 A MAHOGANY HAT AND COAT STAND, with brass lion mask and double hooks, on an octagonal top, supported by an octagonal section and reeded stem with quadruple pod, 73in (186cm)h; together with a smaller 19th century torcher, 53in (135cm). (1) 80 - 150

1352 1352 PAUL DORAN (B.1972), Tara View, mixed media on paper, inscribed lower left and signed lower right and dated ‘93, 19in (49cm)h x 23.25in (60cm). (1) See Illustration

400 - 600 1353 A PAIR OF CYLINDRICAL MAHOGANY JARDINIERES OR PLANTERS, each with brass liner and raised on three shaped legs, united by a stretcher shelf 39in (89cm); together with a walnut armchair. (3) 70 - 120 1354 AN EDWARDIAN INLAID ROSEWOOD HANGING CORNER BRACKET, with six mirror panels and a concave shelf, 37.5in (95cm)h x 22in (56cm). (1) 70 - 90

1357 A VERY FINE 19TH CENTURY INLAID BURR MAPLE LADIES WORK TABLE, by Gillow & Co. the rectangular top with an ebonised and moulded edge and projecting rounded corners, above a satinwood lined frieze drawer, stamped and a wool box below, raised on attractive turned tapering fluted legs, united by an ornate shaped stretcher, with padded centre, 28in (72cm)h x 26.5in (67cm). (1)

1349 A RECTANGULAR MAHOGANY TABLE, with lyre shaped supports, 27in (69cm)w; together with a modern oval inlaid and marquetry coffee table, 36in (92cm) and a modern bedside pedestel. (3) 50 - 70 1350 A TUBULAR BRASS FOUR DIVISION STICK STAND, with cast iron base, 24in (61cm)h; together with an oak and tubular brass two division magazine rack with oak base and brass feet, stamped Hall. (2) 140 - 160

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700 - 1500 1358 A GEORGE II STYLE GILT PIER MIRROR, O.R.M., with swan neck pediment and shell crest, 37in (94cm)h x 18in (46cm). (1) 80 - 120

1351 AFTER FREDERICK WILLIAM BURTON (1816-1900), Blind Girl at the Holy Well, O.O.C., 23.25in (59cm)h x 17in (44cm). (1) See Illustration

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1359 A PAIR OF FRENCH MARQUETRY AND BRASS MOUNTED KIDNEY SHAPED ETAGERES, each with a pierced brass gallery and a frieze drawer on cabriole legs, united by a stretcher shelf, 28in (71cm)h x 21in (54cm)w. (1) 250 - 350

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1360 A VICTORIAN PAPIER MACHE AND BLACK LAQUERED LADIES WORK TABLE, with mother-o-pearl inlay, with frieze drawer on turned supports, 21.75in (55cm)w. (1) 80 - 150

1363 AFTER JOHN SKEAPING, Ballymoss, Winning the George VI Stakes at Ascot, a Guinness sporting coloured print, 20.5in (52cm)h x 30.5in (78cm). (1) 100 - 200

1361 MODERN SCHOOL, Study of a Groom, Horse and Dog, in an extensive landscape, O.O.C., 27in (69cm)h x 30.5in (98cm). (1) 180 - 250

1364 RAMSEY RICHARD REINAGLE (1775-1862), A Water Spaniel Watching a Cat, clutched on a tree branch, O.O.C., signed upper left, 58.5in (149cm)h x 47in (120cm). (1) See Illustration on page 100

4500-6500 1362 A FINE SERPENTINE SHAPED BRASS MOUNTED KING WOOD WALL CABINET, the arched top crested with cherubs above an arrangement of mirror panels, shelves and two central doors, each with an oval serve style porcelain panel with cherubs, within a floral cast brass frame, 36in (117cm) h x33in (84cm). (1)

1365 A VICTORIAN TAPESTRY PICTURE, depicting a lady playing the mandolin and three other tapestry pictures. (4) 80 - 120

1366 AN EGYPTIAN PATCHWORK AND NEEDLEWORK PICTURE, depicting An Archer Riding in a Chariot, indistinctly signed upper left, on linen, 34in (87c) h x 35in (89cm); together with a coloured print Derby Day and another coloured print titled Home Rule, peasant family by a cottage and A Portrait of a Woman in black and white chalk, indistinctly signed and dated 1856. (4) 80 - 100 1367 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS PRINTS, WATERCOLOURS, ENGRAVINGS, PAINTINGS, ETC. various subject matter, sizes and frames. (approx 34.) 70 - 120 1368 FOUR SIMILAR FRENCH COLOURED FASHION PRINTS, late 19th century, together with a quantity of other miscellaneous prints and paintings. (28) 60 - 90

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1369 W. GREAVES (PROBABLY WALTER GREAVES 1846-1930), Busy Harbour Scene, O.O.B., 9in (23cm)h x 11.5in (29cm). (1) 100 - 200 1370 EDWIN EARP (C. 1875), Harbour Scene with Figures and Boats, W.C., signed lower right, 9.5in (24cm)h x 19in (28cm); together with another W.C., depicting woman with infant and one other W.C., a Jesuit priest Belgium 1849. (3) 80 - 120 1371 A MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTION OF PRINTS, W.C.; various subjects. (27 approx) 40 - 60 1372 LATE 19TH CENTUR EARLY 20TH CENTURY PROBABLY GERMAN SCHOOL, a set of three paintings, each depicting monks, all indistinctly signed lower left, O.O.C., 11.5in (29cm)h x 17.25in (44cm). (3) 250 - 350 1373 SOUTH AMERICAN WATERCOLOUR (20TH CENTURY), depicting A Crowded Town Square; modern Italian School, Coastal Scene, with figures; a modern pastel, Abstract Scene; another modern abstract, Still Life and a pair of modern French paintings, depicting elegant figures. (6) 150 - 250

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1374 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, Portrait of a Shepherd in Local Costume, O.O.C, 13in (33cm) x 9in (23cm); together with 19th century Scottish school, Cottage Interior, Family Scene, O.O.P., 9in (23cm)h x 13in (33cm). (2) 80 - 150 1375 E. BRYCE (20TH CENTURY IRISH SCHOOL), A View of Lough Swilly Co. Donegal, and its companion Port Salon, Co. Donegal, a pair, both signed, O.O.B., 4in (10cm)h x 4.25in (13.5cm); together lack and white lithograph, Gossip, and a late 19th century watercolour, The Fruit and Flower Sellers, tondo 12.5in (32cm). (4) 80 - 120 1376 AFTER SASSOFERATO, The Madonna, with hands joined, in Corinthian style frame, oval 8.25in (21cm)h x 6.75in (17cm); together with a moden painting depicting gondolas and gondoliers in Venice by St. Marks, O.O.B., signed Deyer, 4.75in (12cm)h x 6.5in (17cm). (2) 80 - 120 1377 MICHAEL WARREN (B.1938), Abstract, a coloured lithograph, signed in pencil and dated 1998, 19.5in (49cm)h x 26in (66cm); together with an Irish pastel by T. Carter, The Bodhran Player, signed and dated ‘89, pastel, 25in (64cm)h x 20in (51cm). (2) 100 - 200 1378 A PAIR OF MODERN GILT BRASS TABLE LAMPS, and a Victorian satin birch swing frame dressing table mirror. (3) 60 - 90

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1379 BERNARD CHARLES CHIAPORI (fl. 1851-1859) Young Boy Examining Bird’s Nest, pastel, signed and dated 1852, 28in (71cm) high, 22.5in (57cm) wide. (1) 700 - 1100

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information for buyers

Step 1 - Browsing All items scheduled for sale in our auctions are featured on our website with descriptions, estimates, illustrations, and any other relevant information such as provenance, exhibition history, etc. By visiting Auctions on our site, you will have access to all this information at the touch of a button. PDF versions of the print catalogue are also available online. If an item takes your fancy, you can request a condition report, or further images, or a call-back from the expert. Just make sure such enquiries are made in good time. If you prefer the printed word, our catalogue publications are generally available approximately 7 working days in advance of the sale. These feature much of the information from the website such as descriptions, estimates, etc and also show a cross section of illustrations of the most exciting lots. These can be ordered online, or you can telephone our offices to request a copy of same. You can also subscribe to our mailing list on an annual basis to ensure you receive these publications by post while they are still hot off the press. Public viewing takes place on the two days immediately prior to any major sale, wherein you can visit our gallery and inspect the items for yourself. A note on Estimates: All estimates are shown in Euro. The figures are intended as a guide to prospective purchasers in relation to the value of the piece. They are approximate values, based on previous sales of comparable items, are not definitive and subject to revision. Reserves, if applicable, will not be higher than the lower estimate, adjusted for vendor commissions. A note on Condition Reports: Requests for condition reports must be received prior to public viewing, i.e. at least three days in advance of the sale, to allow time for the request to be processed and a response to be prepared. All lots at auction are sold ‘as is’. Imperfections, defects and other condition issues are not stated in the catalogue description. It is the duty of the prospective purchaser to satisfy himself or herself as to the condition of a lot prior to bidding. Condition reports may be requested in advance of sale and best efforts will be made to provide prospective purchasers with such reports, but such reports are merely the gratuitous opinion of the auctioneer. Subsequent disputes arising in relation to the content of such reports will not be entertained. Step 2 - Bidding There are a number of bidding methods available at Mealy’s, including paddle bidding in the auction room, absentee bidding such as commission bidding & telephone bidding, and online bidding. 1.) Paddle Bidding - Come to the saleroom on auction day and experience the atmosphere and buzz of a real live auction. Paddles are available on entry, but if you haven’t registered with us for bidding previously, please bring a government issued ID and allow up to 20 minutes for registration to process 2.) Commission Bidding - Fill out a written absentee bid form instructing the auctioneer to bid on your behalf up to a fixed maximum bid. You will be alerted after the sale if you have been successful. 3.) Telephone Bidding - Fill out a telephone absentee bid form and receive a call from one of our team moments before your lots is offered, who will assist you and will execute your bids to the auctioneer in real time over the telephone 4.) Online Bidding - Choose your favourite online bidding forum and bid from the comfort of your own home at the click of a button Step 3 - Payment Once you have confirmation that you have won your lot(s), there are a host of options available for payment. Payment must be completed within five working days of the sale date. There are several payment options to choose from, including cash, cheque drawn on an Irish bank, Euro bank draft, EFT, debit card and credit card. Remember first however that your hammer price total is subject to a buyer’s premium of 20% + V.A.T. in all cases of lots purchased at auction. Online Bidding will often be subjected to a 3% surcharge, thus such bidding will incur a total premium of 23% + V.A.T. Finally, if choosing pay by credit card, there will be additional charges added to the invoice total, 3% for Mastercard & Visa, 1% charge on any international debit card, 5% for American Express. Step 4 - Collection & Delivery Once you have made payment, collection is available for three working days following a sale. In the event of a two-day sale, collection of items purchased on the first day will be unavailable on the second day since a live auction is still in progress. Mealy’s are happy to advise and assist with collection enquiries and can provide a list of approved service providers upon request. International buyers are encouraged to seek quotations for shipping in advance of purchasing at Mealy’s. A note on VAT All lots offered at auction are sold under the Auctioneer’s VAT margin scheme, unless specifically highlighted as otherwise. Revenue regulations require that the buyer’s premium must be invoiced at a rate which is includive of VAT. This is not recoverable by any VAT registered buyer. Some lots purchased by international buyers and exported outside the EU may be exempt, however, it is the duty of the buyer to seek advice in relation to same. For further information, please contact Irish tax and customs at www.revenue.ie. Buyers are reminded that there is a 20% + VAT premium payable on the final price for each lot. All lots must be paid for and removed by 5pm on Wednesday 28th October 2015, or shall be subject to clause 5 of our buyers conditions. Absentee/telephone bidders must have their bidding forms registered by 5pm on Monday 19th October. Requests for condition reports and/or additional images must be received by 5pm on Friday 16th October 2015. Terms used in this Catalogue have the meanings ascribed to them below: Paintings, Prints, Works Of Art, Furniture, etc. The first name or names and surname of the Artist or Craftsman. In our opinion a work by the Artist or Craftsman. Attributed to In our opinion probably a work by the Artist or Craftsman but less certainly as to authorship is expressed than in the preceding category. Circle of In our opinion a work of the period of the Artist or Craftsman that is in a similar style to the work of that Artist or Craftsman. The surname of the Artist or Craftsman, preceded by ‘After’ In our opinion, a copy of the work of the Artist or Craftsman. 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Bears Signature or Stamp Has a signature or stamp, which in our opinion is the signature or stamp of the Artist or Craftsman Dated Is so dated and in our opinion was executed at about that date. Bears Date Is so dated and in our opinion may have been executed at about that date. All Measurements are given height before width. Abbreviations: O.O.C. Oils on Canvas O.O.P. Oils on Panel O.O.B. Oils on Board W.C. Watercolour O.R.M. Of Recent Manufacture W.A.F. With all faults R.V.O. Remote Viewing Only As is With all damages, faults, restorations, etc.

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1.) The Buyer: The buyer shall be highest bidder acceptable to the auctioneer, whose bid is at the hammer price. Any dispute arising in relation to same shall be settled at the auctioneer’s sole discretion. Bidders will be assumed to acting as principal in the transaction unless specific instructions are provided detailing otherwise. As such, all bidders are liable in a personal capacity for the total amount due, irrespective of agency agreements. Mealy’s contract as agents for sellers whose identity, for reasons of confidentiality, is generally not disclosed. Accordingly, buyers are reminded that the primary contract is between the buyer and the seller, with Mealy’s acting as agent for the seller. 2.) Inspection: Ample opportunity is given for inspection. Each purchaser, by making a bid for a lot, acknowledges that he or she is fully satisfied before bidding, by physical inspection or otherwise, as to the description, condition, and other information relating to the lot. Despite all efforts being made to ensure accurate descriptions and estimates, lots purchased are assumed to have been viewed and inspected. As such, all lots are sold with all faults and errors of description, at the buyers risk. The Auctioneers are not responsible for the correct description, genuineness, authenticity or any default or defect in any lot, and make no warranty in this respect. Estimates reflect a range of values, the lower of which usually represents the reserve price. Buyers are reminded that estimates are merely the opinion of the auctioneer, are subject to change and are in no sense definitive. 3.) Payment: All lots purchased are subject to a 20% + V.A.T. buyer’s premium. By bidding, all prospective purchasers agree in advance to pay this premium on the hammer price. Buyers attending the auction are encouraged to pay for lots purchased on the day of sale. Unless otherwise agreed in writing prior to the auction, the buyer of a lot shall pay to the auctioneer within five working days the total amount due. Notwithstanding this, the auctioneer may at its sole discretion, require a buyer to pay a deposit of up to 25% of the total amount due at the conclusion of the auction. The auctioneer may apply any payments received by a buyer towards any sums owing from that buyer to the auctioneer on any account, regardless of directions given by the buyer in that regard, whether express or implied. Payment methods include cash, Euro bank draft, cheque drawn on the buyer’s Irish bank account, EFT (subject to applicable bank charges), debit card and credit card (subject to 3% surcharge for Mastercard & Visa , 1% charge on any international debit card, and 5% surcharge for American Express). Under no circumstances can the Auctioneers accept third party cheques either in full or part payment of any lot. Non-payment by a buyer may result in any of the following actions: - proceedings against the buyer for damages for breach of contract. - recission of sale. - resale of the lot(s) without notice, after which the buyer shall be responsible for any resulting deficiency in the total amount due. - removal, storage and insurance of the lot(s) at the buyer’s expense. - interest may be charged, commencing after five working days from the sale date, on the outstanding debt at a rate 1% above the Bank of Ireland base interest rate on the day of purchase. - retention of lot(s) purchased at Mealy’s until the outstanding balance is settled in full - rejection of all future requests for bidding by the buyer or his/her agent. - application of proceeds of sale of items consigned to Mealy’s by the buyer in settlement of outstanding balances. 4.) Reservation of Title & Risk: Title in an item or items purchased will not pass to the buyer until Mealy’s have received payment in full, notwithstanding possession. However, each lot remains the sole risk of the purchaser from the fall of the hammer. 5.) Collection, Removal & Dispatch of Goods: Collection & removal of items purchased is at the buyer’s risk and expense from the fall of the hammer and is available from our offices for five working days after the sale. No purchase shall be claimed or removed until the sale has been concluded, i.e. purchasers cannot collect items while an auction is in progress. Collection can only take place during normal regular hours. Mealy’s shall not be responsible for lost, stolen, damaged or destroyed lots, if not collected within the allotted time frame. All lots not removed are subject to the minimum warehousing charges outlined below. Lots not removed within thirty days of the sale may be re-sold by auction or private sale without notice to the buyer. Any liability which there may be on the part of the Auctioneer, in respect of any loss, shall be restricted to a maximum of the price paid by the purchaser of the lot. Storage and warehousing charges: Please note that there will be no charge to purchasers who collect their lots within five working days of the sale. After five working days has passed, a transfer and administration charge of €20.00 per lot will be payable and a storage charge of €2.00 per lot per day will then come into effect. These charges are payable by the purchaser to Mealy’s and are subject to VAT. House Clearance & Specialised Sales: the charges outlined above relate to our regular gallery sales. House Clearance sales and other specialised sales are subject to higher removal and storage charges that will be notified to buyers where relevant. Buyers should confirm the storage and warehousing charges for such sales in advance of bidding. If any buyer fails to comply with any of the above conditions, the damage recoverable from the defaulter shall include all loss arising from any re-sale of the lot, together with the warehousing charges and expenses in respect of both sales, and any money deposited in part payment shall be held by the auctioneer against the defaulters liability and may be appropriated in settlement of the liability. NB. Mealy’s do not offer packing or dispatch services. We strongly recommend that all bidders consult a professional shipping company. A list of approved service providers is available on request. 6.) Forgeries: If within 30 days after the Sale of any item, the Auctioneer receives a notice in writing from the Buyers by Registered Post that such an item is a deliberate forgery, together with the necessary evidence to satisfy the Auctioneers of such an allegation, then the Sale of that item will be rescinded and the net Purchase monies refunded (less any outlays incurred by the Auctioneers) to the Purchaser.

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Terms & Conditions for Buyers

7.) Condition of Lots: All lots at auction are sold ‘as is’. Mealy’s act as agents for the seller and as such, are dependent on information provided by the seller. Whilst efforts are made to inspect lots and act reasonably in taking a general view about them, we are unable, in the normal course of business, to carry out detailed examinations of lots to ascertain condition. In addition, Mealy’s are not restorers, conservation experts or related professionals. Buyers are provided with ample time to examine lots and ascertain condition, and by bidding, accept the duty and responsibility for inspecting, examining and investigating lots that they intend to bid on. Imperfections, defects and other condition issues are not stated in the catalogue description. Mechanical objects of any age are not guaranteed to be in working order. 8.) Condition Reports: Condition reports may be requested by buyers in advance of the sale and our employees may be able to assist buyers by providing such reports. However, these are provided for guidance online, without legal obligation or prejudice to standard terms and conditions of sale. Such reports are merely the gratuitous opinion of Mealy’s employees or operatives. Neither Mealy’s, nor the seller, accept any responsibility for the condition of lots or for the content of condition reports. Subsequent disputes arising in relation to condition and/or the content of such condition reports will not be entertained. 9.) Absentee Bidding: Absentee bidding is available to prospective purchasers in the form of commission bidding & telephone bidding. However, registration for absentee bidding must be completed by 5pm on the day preceding the sale. Mealy’s accept no liability for acts or omissions relating to bids received after this deadline. From time to time, Mealy’s will entertain absentee bidding requests received after the deadline has passed, but this is at the discretion of our employees and Mealy’s accept no responsibility for accuracy in the execution of such bid requests received after the deadline. All items purchased by absentee bidders are sold as is, and are assumed to have been viewed and inspected by the purchaser. In the case of commission bids, these will be executed by Mealy’s as cheaply as possibly, having regard to the reserve (if any) and competing bids. If two bidders submit identical commission bids, the auctioneer has sole discretion to determine the successful buyer, but will generally opt for the first commission bid received. Telephone bidders are reminded that telephone lines are inherently subject to technical issues. It is strongly advised that telephone bidders leave a ‘cover bid’, e.g. a commission bid with their maximum bid price, to account for situations in which technical issues result in telephone bidding problems. Once an absentee bid is received, a contractual agreement is in place and the bid cannot be revoked without express agreement in writing signed by the auctioneer. 10.) Online Bidding: Mealy’s offers online bidding services to those who cannot attend the sale via the-saleroom.com & artfact.com. Bidding registration for online bidding must be completed by 5pm on the evening preceding the sale day. A surcharge of 3% will be levied on the ultimate hammer price, in addition to the regular buyer’s premium of 20%, for successful purchases executed using this service. Since online bidding is hosted by 3rd parties, Mealy’s accept no liability whatsoever for disputes arising from same. We strongly encourage all prospective buyers to utilise our absentee bidding services in priority. Online bidders contract with the online auction host directly, not with the auction house. However, by registering with an online auction host, the bidder: - authorises Mealy’s, if they so wish, to charge the credit card given to the online auction host, in part or full payment, including all fees, for items successfully purchased -confirms that he or she is authorised to provide these credit card details and is indeed the account holder 11.) Auction Displays and Online Images: Images are used to display items for Sale at Auction. This service is merely a reminder to the customer of items viewed previously during exhibition days. We do not guarantee the quality or condition of the item viewed, the accuracy of the display image or guarantee the item on display is the item being sold. Subsequent disputes arising as a result of such image displays will not be entertained. 12. Mechanical & Electrical Items and Post - 1950 Furniture: Mechanical & electrical are sold as ‘antiques’ only, for decorative purposes. There is a duty on the buyer to have such items checked for compliance with safety regulations by a qualified expert. Please note the Auctioneers offer no after sale guarantee whatsoever with regard to mechanical and electrical items. We accept no subsequent liability for any damage, loss or injury arising from the use of the foregoing. All items of furniture in this sale are offered for sale as works of art. Such items may not comply with safety regulations and should not be used functionally unless inspected by a relevant expert. 13.) Export of Goods: Buyer’s intending to export goods purchased at Mealy’s should ascertain the following in advance of bidding: - Whether an export license is required - Whether there is any specific prohibition on exporting/importing goods of that character (e.g. CITES regulations) 14. Disputes & Agency: In the event of any dispute arising in relation to any of the foregoing, the matter shall be referred to an Independent Arbitrator to be agreed between the relevant parties. As auctioneers, we generally contract as agents for sellers whose identity, for confidentiality reasons, is not normally disclosed. Accordingly, a buyer’s primary contract is with the seller. 15. Third Party Liability: All members of the public that enter on our premises at any time, for whatever reason do so at their at their own risk. Inaddition, Mealy’s will not be responsible for any damage or loss caused to vehicles parked in the vicinity of our premises.

By participating in our sales, all bidders and buyers acknowledge that they have read the above terms and agree to be bound by our conditions of sale. 104

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