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Channel Islands auCtIons

Selected Antiques, Works of Art, Items of Channel Islands Interest and Collectables

Saturday 23rd November 2013 at 10.00am

Lot 367

Front Cover Illustration Lot 121 Paul Jacob Naftel, Watercolour

Selected Antiques, Works of Art Items of Channel Islands Interest and Collectables Sale to take place at The Harry Bound Room Les Cotils Centre, St Peter Port, Guernsey SALE DATE Saturday 23rd November 2013 Sale commences at 10.00am Vehicle Registration Numbers Lots 1-4 VIEWING Friday 22nd November from 10.00am till 6.00pm And from 8.30am Sat. 23rd November till time of sale. There will be a break of 20 minutes after Lot 199. BUYERS PREMIUM 10% Lots 1-4 Please read conditions of sale regarding purchase of vehicle registration numbers. These can only be purchased by exchange of numbers. Terms and conditions apply. BUYERS PREMIUM 15% Lots 5-388 Please read our conditions of sale that wIll be on display during the sale or available by request. Items not collected or paid for by 4.30pm on the day of sale will be moved into storage. The larger items can be delivered the following week by arrangement with Fast Move 07781 119144.

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Selected Antiques, Works of Art and Collectables Saturday 23rd November 2013 at 10.00am

700 Lot 1 Motor Car Registration Number 700 £15,000-18,000 * (E) To be purchased only together with agreed exchange of an existing Guernsey registered motor car number. Terms and conditions apply.

Lot 5 A collection of Royal Doulton character jugs various sizes, including Sancho Panza (two sizes), Farmer John, Gone Away, Old Salt, The Falconer, The Trapper, Beefeater (x2), Aramis, Porthos, ‘Arriet, Rick Parfitt and a toby jug (14). £120-150 6

Lots 2 to 4 Reserved for late entries. Lot 6 A Continental sucrier with cover the domed cover with flower knop and gilt rim, painted with two vignettes depicting village scenes and scattered flowers, the base with pink ribbon tied stylised vine and flower encrusted handles to the sides and two similar painted vignettes, underglazed blue crossed swords mark to base, 8in (20cm) wide 5in (12½cm) high,, together with a pair of yellow bird and floral encrusted vases, the bases marked Spode 4649, 5in (12½cm) high (3). £60-80 See Illustration. Lot 7 Blue and white transfer-printed jug 19th century, decorated in the ‘Gothic House’ design, 7in (18cm) high together with a Canova pattern jug, a Chintz pattern jug a Fountain pattern cup and saucer, a multi-coloured transfer printed soup plate and a reverse printed drainer (7). £60-80 Lot 8 Pair of French Art Pottery water jugs circa 1930, attributed to Emaux de Longwy, with polychrome enamelled geometric, sprig and flower-head decoration on a black ground, with cobalt blue ribbed handles, 10.75in (27.5cm) high. £80-120 See Illustration. 8

Lot 9 A collection of Royal commemorative ware together with WW I crested tank, mono aeroplane (lacking propeller), crested and souvenir ware, cottage teapot, biscuit barrel, cruets, plus other chinaware (approx 32 pcs). £25-30 Lot 10 A Venetian blue and silvered glass liqueur set comprising a decanter with stopper and six tot glasses, together with a glass butterfly paperweight and two cut glass pedestal salts (10). £50-70 Lot 11 W.H.Goss model of Shakespeare’s House No. 225833, in the form of a night light with stand, together with a similar smaller model, a Goss model of Burns cottage, Goss Charles Dickens House and a Parian ware Goss bust of W.H.Goss (5). £80-100 See Illustration. 11

Lot 12 A commemorative Doulton Lambeth jug 19th century, decorated with blue, brown and green glazed colours and two portraits of Queen Victoria with motto, impressed factory and artists marks to base, 9in (23cm) high, rim chip behind handle, as found condition, together with a Doulton pot pourri, Burleigh ware charger Dick Turpin, German cups, commemorative ware etc (9). £60-80 Lot 13 Buchanans Black and White whisky Advertising pottery statuette circa 1950, featuring a black Scottish Terrier and Highland White Terrier with space in between for bottle resting on a raised plinth, 10in (25½cm) wide, 11in (28cm) high. £60-80


CHANNEL ISLANDS AUCTIONS Lot 14 14 Pepsi Cola advertising interest a circa 1980s pottery figure, depicting a Pirate drinking from a Pepsi Cola bottle with a musket leaning against an open barrel with the name PEPSI., minor rubbing to exposed areas, 6½in (16½cm) high. £30-50 See Illustration. Lot 15 A Channel Islands stoneware flagon with transfer printed name ‘Bertin Feuillerat Caves De Bordeaux, Guernsey’ half gallon size, 13in 33cm high. £40-50 Lot 16 A brown glazed stoneware art pottery Tyg circa 1950s, the three handles with coiled rope decoration, the sides with moulded shields and fruit, 8½in (22cm) high. £20-30 Lot 17 A Sark commemorative tankard by Brittains Designs, Dartmouth with transfer printed image of an ancient seal and details of Elizabeth I - Elizabeth II 1565-1965. £20-25 Lot 18 Moorcroft Dames’ Pansy clock designed by Kerry Goodwin 2010, the white enamel dial with Arabic numerals, 9in (23cm) high. £200-250 See Illustration. 18



Lot 25 Molly Harris (British, born 1946) Moored boats acrylic, signed 11 x 11½in (28 x 29cm). £120-150 * Provenance - Purchased from the Coach House Gallery, Guernsey. See Illustration. Lot 19 A cased set of five miniature Moorcroft vases & Ginger jar Figaro, Violet and Poppyseeds by Kerry Goodwin, Art Nouveau by Emma Bossons, Grapes and Dragonfly by Sian Leeper (6). £150-180 See Illustration. Lot 20 A cased miniature Moorcroft vase Lemon Tree, by Nicola Slaney, 5½cm high. £25-30 Lot 21 Moorcroft baluster shaped vase decorated with the Anemone pattern on a cobalt blue ground, underglaze MOORCROFT MADE IN ENGLAND marks to base, 5½in (14cm) high. £30-40 Lot 22 Moorcroft pear shaped vase decorated in the Sweet Thief pattern, designed by Rachel Bishop, signed and dated 25/2/02, numbered 1141, 6½in (16cm) high. £50-70 Lot 23 A Clarice Cliff Newport pottery fruit bowl in the form of a water lily with yellow leaves on an oval leaf moulded base, and printed marks to the base, 9in (23cm) wide, 5in (12¾cm) high. £40-50 Lot 24 Three William De Morgan pottery tiles painted in the Persian style with leaf and foliate decoration in greens, blues and aubergine on a cream glazed ground in a repeat pattern, minor rim chips, restorations and crazing, impressed circular ‘W. De Morgan Sand’s End Pottery’ marks verso, 6 x 6in (15 x 15cm) (3). £250-300 See Illustration. 24



Lot 26 Barry Owen Jones R.E. R.W.S. (British, born 1934) Low tide, Moulin Huet bay, Guernsey watercolour, signed and dated ‘90 13 x 7½in (33 x 19cm). £70-90 * Provenance - Purchased from the Coach House Gallery, Guernsey. Lot 27 David Henley (British, 20th century) La Salerie, Guernsey watercolour, signed and dated 1994 7½ x 6in (19 x 16cm). £50-70 Lot 28 Ian Ashton (British, 20th century) Twilight, St Peter Port, Guernsey oil on board, signed and dated ‘02 19 x 29in (48 x 73½cm). £200-250 * Provenance, Purchased at the Coach House Gallery, Guernsey. See Illustration. 28

CHANNEL ISLANDS AUCTIONS Lot 29 Molly Harris (British, Born 1946) Flight acrylic, signed 10½ x 18in (26½ x 46cm). £80-100 * Provenance - Purchased from the Coach House Gallery, Guernsey. Lot 30 Barry Owen Jones R.E. R.W.S. (British, born 1934) Sark Mill watercolour, signed and dated ‘91, lower right 13 x 7in (33 x 18cm). £150-200 See Illustration. 30

Lot 31 Jeremy Paul (British, born 1954) Sparrows in a deserted barn acrylic, signed lower left 8½ x 22in (20 x 56cm). £300-350 * Provenance - Purchased at the Coach House Gallery ‘Jeremy Paul Wildlife Paintings Exhibition’ September 2000. To be sold with original exhibition catalogue, press cuttings etc. Jeremy Paul is a world renowned wildlife artist. He was rewarded with the accolade of being named the ‘B.B.C. Wildlife Category Winner’ in 2010, 2011, & 2012. See Illustration.


LOTS 37-65. A single owner collection of items from WW II connected with the Biberach Internment Camp, Germany.


Lot 32 Attributed to Ramesh Sharma (Indian School 20th century) A ceremonial elephant with rider gouache and burnished gold 11 x 9in (28 x 23cm). £120-150 See Illustration. Lot 33 Tony Allaine P.S.A. D.P.A.Z. (British, 20th century) Boats at low tide abstract watercolour, signed 4¾ x 8¾in (12 x 22cm) together with another by the same hand (2). £100-120 Lot 34 Matthew Kogan-Shats (Russian, 1911-1989) Landscape with a stream in the foreground oil on canvas, signed 31 x 23in (79 x 58½cm). £200-250 See Illustration.



Lot 37 WW II Biberach camp child’s purse made from fabric with two buttons, stitched inscription ‘Smart Girls Have Curls’, 11 x 7cm. £15-20 See Illustration. Lot 38 WW II Biberach camp domestic cat toy made from black material with pink and white wool stitching, 14 x 12cm. £15-20 See Illustration. Lot 39 WW II Biberach camp domestic cat toy made from dark brown material with pink wool stitching and inset white eyes, 26 x 8cm. £20-30 See Illustration





42 Lot 35 Barry Owen Jones R.E. R.W.S. (British, born 1934) Evening Silhouettes, St Peter Port, Guernsey etching, signed and inscribed in pencil 65/75 10½ x 7in (26½ x 17½cm). £50-70 Lot 36 Carel Toms (British, 20th century) Le Banquette, Castel, Guernsey pen and ink, signed in pencil together with two others (3). £40-60 4

Lot 40 WW II Biberach camp bookmark made from paper with green and purple wool decoration with tassel, the front with black cat and inscribed Biberach 1942, the back inscribed ‘to Nipper from Kiddie’, 19 x 4cm. £20-30 See Illustration.

CHANNEL ISLANDS AUCTIONS Lot 41 WW II Biberach camp badges and brooches comprising two Union Jacks with safety pin backs, one circular knitted brooch and one hand painted wooden brooch with the name ‘Alice Lancaster, Biberach 1.1.44’ verso (4). £30-40 See Illustration. Lot 42 WW II Biberach camp wool embroidery in the form of a floral bouquet, 9 x 7cm. £10-15 See Illustration.

Lot 46 WW II Biberach camp needle case made from material with embroidered silk decoration, 11 x 7cm. £15-20 See Illustration.


Lot 47 WW II Biberach camp tin ashtrays made from tinned food cans, together with a copper cup holder (3). £15-20 See Illustration

Lot 49 WW II Biberach camp wooden tray with painted image of a church and inscribed ‘Biberach Xmas 1943’, 10 x 16in (25½ x 40½cm) together with a carved wooden tray, 8½ x 6½in (22 x 16cm) (2). £50-70 See Illustration



Lot 43 WW II Biberach camp souvenirs comprising bookmark, badge and message ‘All The Health, Wealth And Good Luck For 1945 Alice Dink John’ together with a small envelope inscribed ‘Mrs E.Lancaster Bar I Room 7 Biberach’ (4). £15-20 See Illustration.


Lot 50 WW II Biberach camp engraved aluminium cup by William (Byll) Balcombe, engraved Ted-Alice Biberach Germany 1942-43, with Christian cross, heart, anchor, trees, camp building barbed wire and other symbols, the base engraved starburst sun ‘16’ in a circle and Byll Balcombe of Everest, with black handle 3¾in (9½cm) high. £80-100 * William John Balcombe was born in Suffolk on 28th September 1891. He served in world war one, where he probably gained the skills of engraving brass in the form of ‘Trench art’. The Biberach mugs would have been highly prized and each one was individually numbered to the base. See Illustration.

Lot 48 WW II Biberach camp armband with embroidered Red Cross and three safety pins, 36 x 9cm. £15-20 See Illustration





Lot 44 WW II Biberach camp comb holder made from material with three stylised designs incorporating hidden ‘V for Victory’ symbols 18½ x 3½cm. £15-20 See Illustration. Lot 45 WW II Biberach camp purse knitted with blue, yellow orange, and blue wools and button decoration, 8½ x 8½cm. £15-20 See Illustration.

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Lot 53 WW II Biberach birthday greeting card dated December 11th 1942, the interior with inscribed and signed names, Bar 17 - Room 23. £15-20 See Illustration.


Lot 51 WW II Biberach camp greeting card signed by William Henry Sandwith, the front depicting camp buildings and church, the interior with verse ‘to Nip from Kiddie Aug. 20th 1943’, watercolour, pen and ink. £20-25 * W.H.Sandwith was one of the few commercial artists who was interned at Biberach. His work often depicted the view from inside the camp and beyond and his work was copied by other talented artists in the camp. See Illustration.

Lot 54 WW II Biberach birthday greeting cards dated 1942, with black domestic cat, cut out heart shape, and the name Dorsten Biberach, the interior with message and signed names from Barrack I Room 7 Biberach Camp, together with another similar dated 194 To Nipper with love from Kiddie (2). £20-30 See Illustration.

Lot 56 WW II Biberach camp Christmas greetings card dated 1942, the front with cut out crest for Ardath Tobacco London, and wool decoration, the interior inscribed from Nipper, and verse ‘You may not hang your stocking, In dear old Biberach, But next year in good old Guernsey, You’ll have to hang a sack’. £20-25 See Illustration. Lot 57 WW II Biberach camp birthday card dated 1944, with verse and inscribed ‘From Kiddy to Nip with Love’. £15-20 See Illustration 57




Lot 52 Two WW II Biberach camp greeting cards by W.H. Sandwith, each dated 1943, one ‘from Bob and Ann to Alice and Ted’ on their wedding anniversary, the front painted with view from the camp and barbed wire in watercolour, the other with view of Birkenhardt from the camp ‘from Ann and Jock to Ted’ (2). £20-30 See Illustration.

Lot 55 WW II Biberach camp Christmas card dated Christmas 1942, with red white and blue woollen bow and edge decoration the front also with red ‘V for Victory’ and British Sailor (from a Players cigarette packet), the interior with verse ‘We think of you this Christmas time, As in your home you stay, While we sit here on wooden stools, And lounge the live long day’ later inscribed In remembrance of our enforced stay in Germany, Dorsten & Biberach. £20-30 See Illustration. 6

Lot 58 WW II Biberach camp anniversary card with hand painted view of the camp interior signed ‘France’, the interior inscribed - with message and ‘Internierungslager, Biberach-Riss, Germany October 27th 1944’. £20-25 See Illustration. 58


Lot 59 WW II Biberach camp birthday card with coastal view to front, the interior inscribed Biberach Dec. 11th 1943, Best wishes for happy birthday and happier times to come. To Al from E.Balcombe. £15-20 See Illustration. * William Balcombe married his childhood sweetheart Elizabeth Beard in 1917. The watercolour on the front may represent either his or her work. Lot 60 WW II Biberach camp birthday card dated 1944, with view beyond the barbed wire of church spire, inscribed on back To Kiddy from Nip. £15-20 See Illustration.



Lot 63 A WW II Biberach drawing Gigelturm watercolour and ink, indistinctly signed and dated ‘43 6½ x 4½in (16½ x 11½cm). £20-30 See Illustration.


Lot 65 A World War II Welcome Home Flag used in Guernsey to greet deportees returning home from Biberach, £30-40

Lot 66 A Channel Islands silver christening cup late 18th century, town, maker and date stamps overstruck four times ID to base, Jean Pierre du Port, (Guernsey, active 1779-1788) the cup of typical form with flared lip and beaded scroll handles, scratch engraved with initials S I G, set on a circular foot, weight 2.4oz 76 grams 4½in (11cm) wide 2¾in (6½cm) high. £500-700 See Illustration.



Lot 61 Four British Red Cross WW II parcel labels sent to Biberach Camp, all addressed to E.J.Lancaster or Alice Lancaster, British Civilian Internee 10330 B17/23, Internierungslager, Ilag Biberach RISS Germany, the backs with sent and received dates (4). £15-20 See Illustration.

Lot 64 A postal cover sent to Biberach camp from Tamworth Staffordshire, 12th August 1944, opened by Examiner 2543, together with another cover and a British Red Cross parcel contents list (3). £20-30 See Illustration.

Lot 67 A Channel Islands silver christening cup late 18th century, makers mark ID overstruck three times to base, Jean Pierre du Port (Guernsey, active 1779-1788) of typical form with flared lip and beaded scroll handles, engraved ‘a George Sarchet don de son Parain’, set on a circular foot, weight 2.2oz (68g) 4¾in (12cm) wide, 2.¾in (7cm) high. £500-700 See Illustration.



Lot 62 A WW II Biberach Christmas card with drawing of a Church, inscribed To Kiddy wishing you a Merry Christmas, from Nip 1943, signed S.Waldock, together with a watercolour believed to be of Biberach camp by the same artist, 7½ x 12in (19 x 30½cm) (2). £30-40 See Illustration. 7



Lot 68 A Channel Islands silver christening cup mid. 18th century, makers mark struck once to base, IH (probably Jean Hardy of Guernsey c. 1725-1785) the cup of typical form with flared lip and beaded scroll handles, scratch engraved initials S H, set on a circular foot, weight 2.6oz (80g) 4¼in (11cm) wide, 2½in (6cm) high. £600-800 See Illustration.

Lot 69 A rare Channel Islands silver christening cup early 18th century, makers mark RB struck twice to side below rim (Robert Barbedor Guernsey and Jersey circa 1677-1704) with flared lip and beaded scroll handles, scratch engraved with the initials P. R. B. set on a circular foot, weight 3oz (92g) 5¼in (13½cm) wide, 2¾in (7cm) high. £800-1,000 See Illustration

Lot 70 An extremely rare Channel Islands silver communion wine cup late 17th/early 18th century, makers mark RB struck twice to side below rim (Robert Barbedor Guernsey and Jersey circa 1677-1704) the flared bowl scratch engraved with initials E.M.G. set on a knopped stem with spreading circular foot, weight 6oz (186 grams) 5in (13cm) high. £5,000-7,000 * Provenance - This wine cup is mentioned in an Inventory taken on 27th June 1930, by W. E. Hurcomb, Valuer and Auctioneer, Calder House, Piccadilly, W.1. being the property of the 70 Robilliard family of La Piette, St Georges Esplanade, Guernsey. The description on page 54 reads; (Silver from Bank Cont.) An antique communion cup on baluster shaped stem - £10. The initials E.M.G. are likely to refer to Elizabeth Mauger, who lived in St Helier Jersey at the time this wine cup was made and this could have been a christening gift or an 18th birthday gift. The surname Mauger is one of the oldest recorded families in the Channel Islands. It is believed that this surname originated from Archbishop Mauger de Rouen, the uncle of William the Conqueror. See Illustration.

Lot 71 A pair of silver bon bon dishes Birmingham 1923, maker James Griffiths, of oval form with chased and pierced decoration, weight 30 grams (11 x 7cm). (2). £30-40 Lot 72 A silver plated tray late 19th century, of circular form, with rope-work rim, the front with extensive scrolling foliage decoration, centred by a crest depicting a martlet on a mural coronet, possibly for the Chadwick family, raised on three cast scallop and ogee supports, 15½in (39½cm) diameter. £60-80 Lot 73 A Bruce Russell silver gilt ‘Surprise Egg’ circa 1980, in original case, the hinged egg case opening to reveal a traditional Guernsey christening cup with Prince of Wales feathers, makers mark and date letter to base. £30-50 Lot 74 A silver mounted and mahogany desk blotter late 20th century, maker Bruce Russell, Guernsey, 4in (10cm) wide. £30-50 Lot 75 A five piece silver tea service Birmingham 1992, makers Charles S.Green & Co. Ltd. comprising tea pot, coffee pot, hot water jug, sugar basin and milk jug, with engraved floral swag decoration, total weight including composite handles and finials, 2112 grams (5). £500-600 See Illustration. 75


CHANNEL ISLANDS AUCTIONS Lot 76 A silver Channel Islands milk can Birmingham 1941, of typical form with scroll handle and lift off lid, weight 202 grams, 6in (15cm) high. £60-80 Lot 77 A George III silver cruet stand London 1809, maker Charles Chesterman II, of shaped rectangular form with beaded edge and engine turned decoration, each side engraved with a bird’s head crest and the initial H, raised on four bracket and scallop supports, weight 314 grams, 20 x 14cm wide, 7cm high. £120-140 See Illustration. 77

Lot 78 Guernsey ‘Royal visit interest’ a set of six silver tea spoons, London 1898, maker Charles Stuart Harris, with bright cut engraving, one engraved to reverse of bowl ‘THIS SPOON WAS USED BY H.M. QUEEN MARY ON THE OCCASION OF THE ROYAL VISIT. GUERNSEY 11TH JULY 1921’ weight 102 grams (6). £30-40 * See also Lots 347 & 368 Lot 79 A set of sixteen silver mounted fish eaters London 1907, maker John and William Deacon, together with a quantity of silver handled fruit eaters (a/f). £30-50

Lot 80 A collection of English silver dessert spoons mainly 19th century, various dates, town marks and makers marks, the backs with fiddle pattern, weight 620 grams 7in (18cm) long (15). £180-200 81

Lot 85 A silver shooting prize serving spoon Sheffield 1956, maker Francis Howard, engraved with crossed rifles and the initials, B.L.A.R. together with a pair of antique silver table spoons, hallmarks rubbed, total weight 210 grams, together with two silver backed brushes, brush comb and a pair of silver plated fish servers in a fitted case (8). £80-100 Lot 86 An Eastern white metal sugar bowl of globular form with twin scroll handles and six finely chased panels depicting birds in on branches and scrollwork, set on a circular foot, weight 200 grams. 5½in (14cm) wide. £30-40

Lot 81 Early George II silver brandy saucepan London 1730, maker Thomas Roberts, of plain form with later wooden handle, engraved with demi lion crest, the sparrow beak spout with drop below, total weight 118 grams. £50-70 See Illustration. Lot 82 Matched set of four silver napkin rings Birmingham 1939/1940, maker W.J.Myatt & Co. with engine turned decoration, together with another silver napkin ring, Birmingham 1949 with engine turned decoration, plus five other silver napkin rings, total weight 256 grams (10). £140-160 Lot 83 Five pairs of silver sugar tongs two with engine turned decoration, Sheffield 1871, with claw grips, London 1796, maker GB, together with three plain pairs, London 1807, maker Peter and William Bateman, London 1797 maker Stephen Adams and London 1857 maker Henry Lias, weight 166 grams (5). £120-150 Lot 84 An impressive gilt metal table centre in the form of a Gondola, each side with cast handles in the form of cherubs riding upon sea serpents, the gondola with extensive embossed flower head and leaf decoration, raised on a pierced stand, 19in (48cm) wide, 12¼in (31cm) high. £80-100 See Illustration. 9


Lot 87 A fine silver Standish Birmingham 1828, maker Matthew Boulton, of rectangular form, the central taper stick with ring handle resting on a circular well for storing sealing wax, flanked by two circular cut glass ink wells with silver lids, one pierced for holding quill pens, flanked by twin pen troughs, all silver marked with the maker’s mark and date letter, the fittings and stand with gadrooned borders, set on four ball supports, complete and in original condition, weighable silver 758 grams, 9 x 6½in (23 x 16½cm). £600-800 See Illustration. Lot 88 Victorian silver tureen stand London 1895, maker Thomas Kanzow Bowley, of circular form with cast floral border, the centre engraved with a Gothic letter K, the base with later engraving ‘Dec. 1900-34’, raised on four pierced supports, weight 610 grams, 10½in (27cm) diameter. £180-220 84

CHANNEL ISLANDS AUCTIONS Lot 89 Art deco circular silver desk inkwell Birmingham 1911 with presentation inscription of Guernsey interest to hinged lid, (the glass well missing), has recently been used as a candle holder, the base loaded, 7in (18cm) diameter. £40-50 Lot 90 A silver trophy cup London 1926, of plain unengraved form, weight 348 grams, 8½in (21.5cm) high, together with another similar smaller silver trophy with engraved inscription of Guernsey interest, combined total weight 470 grams (2). £160-180


Lot 91 Early George III silver sauce boat London 1766, makers John Henry Vere and William Lutwyche, of boat-shaped form with gadrooned rim and leaf capped scroll handle, one side engraved with Lion Rampant crest, raised on an oval foot with chased decoration, weight 424 grams 8in (20cm) wide, 5½in (14cm) high. £200-250 See Illustration. Lot 92 Silver sauce boat Birmingham 1951, makers Barker Bros Silver Limited, of oval form with crimped rim and looped handle, set of three splayed and pad feet, weight 152 grams 7in (18cm) wide. £50-70 Lot 93 A collection of silver teaspoons 19th & 20th century, various dates, town marks and makers, some engraved with initials and monograms, weight 312 grams. £80-100

Sarah Louisa Kilpack – An appreciation. Sarah Kilpack was an artist who was active during the second half of the 19th century. She found in the Channel Islands and in Jersey in particular where she lived for some time, an ideal environment in which she could express her enigmatic emotions with utter certainty and a great deal of charm. All that Sarah Kilpack did, and the type of person she was, seemed to be immersed in endless contradiction. She was very ordinary, but temperamentally difficult. However she created beauty and received accolades for her musical and graphical prowess. She was very shy, but often outspoken. She spurned personal relationships yet she craved attention. She was successful, but sadly died in relative poverty. Sarah was born at 42 King Street, Covent Garden, London on 15th December 1839, the second and youngest child of Thomas and Georgina Kilpack. Sarah was a tiny and shy child and preferred to stay indoors playing at the family piano and sketching rather than to play in the busy streets outside of her home. Soon a great aptitude both for music and drawing emerged. At the age of just 11 she played a Beethoven sonata during a concert at the old St James’s Hall near Piccadilly Circus. Her father encouraged her to develop her musical career, however her talent as an artist was never suppressed, because she preferred drawing. As she grew into a teenager more concerts provided the funds to afford trips into the country where she could sketch. In 1863 the loss of her mother and other family members put severe financial pressures on the young Sarah and the piano concerts were a much needed source of income for the family. But Sarah became unhappy at home and visited the Channel Islands to reflect and take stock. She drew immense inspiration from being alone with her thoughts on some remote cliff top, at one with the forces of nature. Her time in the Channel Islands was well spent, having time alone to develop her painting techniques. Her efforts were rewarded in 1867, when two of her paintings were exhibited at the eleventh Annual Exhibition of the Society of Female Artists in London. Thereafter she exhibited in every year of her life with the exception 1876, the year that her father passed away. It was near that time when she sacrificed her musical career in favour of painting full time commercially. Although maintaining a base in London she regularly travelled to the Channel Islands and struck up a friendship with the Brooke family who lived at Tamworth Villa near Colomberie, St Helier, Jersey. Another family that became lifelong friends were Jurat and Mrs Renouf who lived in a large house in St Saviours Road, Jersey. Using Jersey as a base, she often visited Guernsey and Sark on sketching trips and found solace alone on the cliffs and rocks, where her paintings sometimes seem to reflect her own moods of longing and loneliness. During the 1880s, Sarah enjoyed the best years of her life. She was earning £500 a year from her painting and given the fact that she never charged in excess of six guineas for a single picture, her output must have been prodigious. Towards the end of her life she moved back to the East End of London to nurse her half-sister Anastasia. Diminishing eyesight restricted her output, yet some her finest work was painted at this time. Sarah still kept in touch with the Renouf family in Jersey and Jurat Renouf helped pay for the funeral of Anastasia. Sarah herself sadly succumbed to ill health on 25th October 1909, however she left behind an archive of unique and original depictions of places she had visited in the Channel Islands and elsewhere, which are now greatly admired, appreciated and keenly collected 100 years later. The Guernsey Museum and Art Gallery and The Jersey Museum own a number of her pictures and many are held in private collections in France, England and the Channel Islands. We would like to thank John Falle, the former owner of Falle Fine Art in Jersey and The Jersey Museums Service for providing some additional information and granting permission to use extracts from the exhibition catalogue “Eye of the Storm - Channel Islands Paintings of Sarah Louisa Kilpack” held at the Sir Francis Cook Gallery, Jersey, held on 25th October-17th November 1989. 10


Lot 94 Sarah Louisa Kilpack (British, 1839-1909) Shrimping at sunset, Port du Moulin, Sark oil on paper, signed lower left 10 x 20¾in (25 x 52½cm). £2,000-2,500 * The large rock to the left of the beach is known as Tintageu. See Illustration.

Lot 95 Sarah Louisa Kilpack (British, 1839-1909) Fermain Lane, Guernsey oil on paper, mounted on board, signed lower right 6¾ x 15½in (17 x 39½cm). £800-1,200 * This view painted circa 1860, shows a much different view to what exists today, although some features remain. The original Doyle Column at Jerbourg, which was built in 1820 is clearly visible. The lack of trees at the Pine Forest could be due to the earlier threats of French invasion. The



familiar round building, locally known as the ‘Pepper Pot’ is depicted, and is often used as a ‘fisherman’s mark’ as it is very prominent on the cliffs above Fermain. This was built to be manned by the Guernsey Militia as a sentry post, being inbetween the former barracks at Jerbourg and Fort George. 150 years ago, the area surrounding the Village de Putron was becoming more populated and this lane would have been the most used and accepted route down to the picturesque Fermain Bay, during Victorian times. See Illustration.


Lot 96 Sarah Louisa Kilpack (British, 1839-1909) Stormy weather, Sark oil on canvas, signed lower right 12 x 17½in (30½ x 44½cm). £800-1,000 See Illustration.

Lot 97 Sarah Louisa Kilpack (British, 1939-1909) Shrimping on a rocky beach oil on paper, mounted on board, signed lower right 8 x 16in (20 x 40½cm). £800-1,200 See Illustration. 97



Lot 98 Sarah Louisa Kilpack (British, 1839-1909) Smugglers on the Sark coast in moonlight oil on paper, signed lower left 8 x 5¼in (20 x 13½cm). £800-1,000 See Illustration.


Lot 99 Sarah Louisa Kilpack (British, 1839-1909) Sorting the catch at sunset on the Sark coast oil on paper, signed lower left 9 x 6in (23 x 16cm). £800-1,000 See Illustration.



Lot 100 Sarah Louisa Kilpack (British, 1839-1909) Feeding the chickens oil on paper, signed lower left 4½ x 7in (11½ x 18cm). £700-800 See Illustration.


Lot 101 Sarah Louisa Kilpack (British, 1839-1909) Fetching water from the deserted watermill oil on paper, signed lower left 7½ x 5½in (19 x 14cm). £700-800 See Illustration. 14


Lot 102 Sarah Louisa Kilpack (British, 1839-1909) Sunday morning service oil on paper, signed lower left 5¼ x 7in ( 13.5 x 18cm). £700-800 See Illustration.

Lot 103 Sarah Louisa Kilpack (British, 1839-1909) Stormy weather, near Broadstairs, Kent oil on paper, signed lower left 4¼ x 7½in (10.5 x 19cm). £600-700 See Illustration. 103


CHANNEL ISLANDS AUCTIONS Lot 104 Cecil Rochefort D’Oly John (British, 1906-1993) Beaulieu-sur-Mer, Provence Alpes, Côte d’Azur, France oil on canvas, signed lower right 16½ x 22½in (47 x 57cm). £300-350 Lot 105 G.H.Batty (British, Exhibited 1900-1914) Still Life -Summer Fruits oil on canvas, signed and dated 1913 11½ x 15½in (29 x 39.5cm). £120-150 See Illustration. 105

Lot 106 Margaret Boyd (British, 1920-1983) Boat Yard oil on canvas, signed and dated ‘53 24½ x 18in (62 x 46cm). £400-500 See Illustration. 106

Lot 107 Beryl Smewing (British 20th century) Clematis pastel, signed, original label verso 28 x 21in (71 x 53cm). £80-120


Lot 108 A. Bailey (British, 20th century) Still life, a study of Mimosa oil on canvas, signed 20 x 16in (51 x 40½cm). £80-120 Lot 109 English School (20th century) A Royal Navy De Havilland Sea Vixen in action gouache, unsigned 8½ x 22in (21½ x 56cm). £40-60 Lot 110 A framed photograph - Sea Harrier aircraft inscribed verso ‘The maiden flight of the first Sea Harrier F.R.S. Mk. I XZ450, piloted by B. Ac. chief test pilot John Farley on Sunday 20th August 1975’, here seen flying over Dunsfield Airfield during the 29 minutes test flight. 19 x 15in (48 x 38cm). £15-20 * Provenance - Given to the current owner by the late Air Commodore David M Scrimgeour OBE CBE. During 1964 he was appointed to command the Kestrel Tripartie Evaluation Squadron. This Squadron developed the revolutionary vertical take-off aircraft that led to the Harrier fighter. Lot 111 Brian Bolland (British, born 1951) Cover design for a DC comics publication of Batman pencil, signed 11¾ x 8in (30 x 20cm). £80-100 * Brian Bollands notable works include “Judge Dread vs Judge Death” “Batman - The Killing Joke” & “Camelot 300” He has worked for DC comics since 1980. He no longer works in pen and pencil and produces all his work on a computer. 112 Lot 112 Antony Fossey (British, 20th century) Sorting the nets watercolour, signed 4¾ x 9in (12 x 23cm). £50-70 See Illustration. 16

Lot 113 Continental School, 19th century Washing day oil on canvas, indistinctly signed 9½ x 6½ in (24 x 16½cm). £30-60 See Illustration. Lot 114 Lawrence Biddle (British, 1888-1968) Pansies in a vase oil on canvas, signed and dated ‘55 20 x 13½in (51 x 34cm). £80-100 Lot 115 C.F.Glass R.A. (British, Exhibited 1880-1895) A child’s dream watercolour signed and dated ‘87 17 x 12in (43 x 30½cm) oval. £500-700 See Illustration. 115



Lot 116 H.W.Wadmore (British, early 20th century) Castle Cornet, St Peter Port, Guernsey watercolour, signed 5¾ x 9in (14½ x 22½cm). £80-100 See Illustration. Lot 117 Michael A. Richecouer R.C.A. (British, born 1946) The price of spuds coloured etching, signed in pencil and numbered 86/100 5½ x 9½in (14 x 24cm). £40-50 Lot 118 Michael A. Richecoeur R.C.A. (British, born 1946) Between Posts coloured etching, signed in pencil and numbered 3/120 10 x 23in (25½ x 58½cm). £80-100 * Michael Richecoueur was trained at the Royal College of Art and one of his tutors was David Hockney. Lot 119 Randal Vogan (British, 19th century) Cannon Rock, Petit Port, Guernsey watercolour, signed lower left 16 x 12in (30½ x 41cm). £200-250 See Illustration. 119

Lot 120 English School, 19th century South coast rocks, Guernsey watercolour 5 x 7in (12½ x 18cm). £50-70

Lot 121 Paul Jacob Naftel R.W.S. (British, 1817-1891) The Fairies’ Glen, St. Germain, Castel, Guernsey watercolour and bodycolour, heightened with white, signed with monogram and dated 1864 13½ x 9¾in (34½ x 25cm). £2,500-3,000 * We would like to express our sincere thanks to Gillian Lenfestey who discovered the exact location of where this watercolour was painted in Guernsey. * Paul Naftel held an annual preview in Guernsey of the watercolours he intended to submit for exhibition at The Old Watercolour Society in London, from the 1850s onwards. By doing so, he ensured that many were sold before they reached London, where the watercolours would then hopefully create further interest and lead to possible commissions. The preview he held during April 1865 was the first at his newly completed studio which he had built alongside his villa, which still stands today, ‘Millmount’ in Candie Road, St Peter Port, Guernsey, to the designs of the famous London Architect John Pollard Seddon (1827-1906). By inviting the Lieutenant Governor of the Island, his wife and other society members from the Bailiwick including the clergy, Jurats, Officers of the Garrison etc. and the Seigneur of Sark, Naftel was assured of a very wealthy clientele attending the exhibition preview. It was reported in the local newspapers that the studio was very crowded for many hours during the afternoon. Naftel showed eleven of his watercolours whilst his wife, Isabel showed seven portraits, several of which were of local society members. This no doubt would have led to her receiving further commissions. ‘The Fairies Glen, Guernsey’ was listed as No. 16 at Naftel’s preview exhibition. Naftel showed a mixture of Guernsey and Italian views, the product of a recent visit to the Italian Lakes and the Bay of Salerno.


It is believed that his father-in-law, the artist Octavius Oakley also attended the Guernsey preview, where Naftel was also fortunate in exhibiting a bust of Lord Tennyson and a small statuette, both lent by the Pre-Raphaelite poet and sculptor Thomas Woolner, who had spent his honeymoon on Guernsey a few months earlier and had met Paul and Isabel Naftel on several occasions. * The Victoria and Albert Museum in London holds a very similar watercolour The Fairies Glen, again dated 1864, depicting the same location painted from a slightly different perspective, (Their reference 39-1992 Neg. 61161) indicating that perhaps this area was one of the artists more favoured views on the Island and one that he found to be popular with his clients. Naftel had probably been familiar with this location since the mid. 1840s when he was known to have taken parties of young ladies on sketching trips to the nearby ‘Woodlands’, the former country Estate of Frederick C. Carey. We would like to thank Stephen Furniss the joint author of the Paul Jacob Naftel biography for his assistance with this catalogue description. * The distant view of the spire of St Matthews Church, Cobo provided the first clue to the possible location to the area where this watercolour was painted and that it was likely to be close to the estate of St George, Castel. There was once an ancient chapel and well in the surrounding area, and the standing water provided a further clue. St Germain chapel is mentioned in Guernsey Folk Lore by Sir Edgar MacCuloch, published 1903, from which this paragraph is extracted from page 187 - ‘The Chapel of St. Germain was in the Castel parish, and its holy well, which was regarded by locals as no less efficacious than the fountain of St. George, was situated to the northwards of that chapel. All traces of the building have long since disappeared and all we know of it is that in the Extents of Queen Elizabeth and James I a rent payable to the Crown is described as due on a piece of ground situated near the Chapel of St. Germain’ * Fairies in Victorian times. - Dating back to Pagan times it was a belief held by many people that small offerings of food should be left for ‘the little people’ at the location of holy wells. The local fairies in Guernsey were known as ‘Pouques’ and La Pouquelah is a nearby area in the Castel parish. These traditions and beliefs were handed down from generation to generation and fairies were often associated with water. During Victorian times there was a resurgence in the belief in fairies, due to many fictional books and magazine articles popularising this belief. Naftel used the title ‘Fairies well’ in several other Guernsey watercolours he painted, as a belief in the existence of fairies in Guernsey at that time was fairly common and was probably a commercial subject from an artist’s point of view.

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Lot 122 Agnes S Bainbridge (British, 19th century) The arrival of the Courier, St Peter Port, Guernsey watercolour, signed 15 x 9in (38 x 23cm). £500-700 * A very similar watercolour is held in the collections of The Guernsey Museum and Art Gallery. Agnes Bainbridge has been recognised as a former pupil of Paul Jacob Naftel. See Illustration. Lot 123 English School (Early 19th century) A notable Guernsey man and his wife oil on canvas ,pair, signed Le Page 29 x 24in (74 x 61cm). £200-250 (2) * Little is known about this artist, however he is recorded at a portrait painter in Jacobs Annals of Guernsey, published 1830. Lot 124 Manner of Denys Corbet (British, 1826-1909) A Guernsey cow oil on board, in as found condition 10½ x 14in (26¾ x 35½cm). £100-140 See Illustration. 124

Lot 125 A Channel Islands marine woolwork panel 19th century, depicting a three masted sailing ship at sea, off a coastline with lighthouse 14 x 30in (35½ x 76cm). £80-100 See Illustration.


Lot 126 George Sidney Shepherd (British, 1784-1859) The Theatre Royal and Royal Crescent, St Helier, Jersey watercolour, inscribed verso 7 x 10in (18 x 25½in). £300-350 * Built in 1827, these fine buildings were destroyed as the result of a disastrous fire on 31st July 1863. See Illustration.

Lot 128 Edmund Blampied (British, 1886-1966) Normandy Fishermen drypoint etching on laid paper, signed in pencil 9 x 9¾in (23 x 25cm). £350-400 * Arnold and Appleby Number 92, circa 1923. See Illustration.



Lot 127 English School, mid 19th century Archirondel Tower and St Catherine’s Breakwater, Jersey watercolour, indistinctly signed 9 x 16in (23 x 16cm). £350-400 * Archirondel Tower was built in 1793 on a rocky outcrop in St Catherines Bay, known as La Roche Rondel. It was used as a garrison and base for Artillery troops. St Catherine’s Breakwater, actually named Verclut Breakwater was commissioned in 1847 as there were at that time, concerns regarding a possibility of renewed war with France. It was built to protect ships in what was planned to be a huge British Naval station. See Illustration.



Lot 129 Edmund Blampied (British, 1886 -1966) A Jersey milkmaid oil on board, signed lower right 18½ x 17½in (47 x 44½cm). £2,800-3,000 See Illustration. 129

CHANNEL ISLANDS AUCTIONS Lot 135 Utagawa Kunisada (Japanese, 1786-1865) A young woman reciting poetry coloured woodblock print with gilt lacquered frame 34 x 24cm. together with three others (4). £80-100


Lot 130 Sheila Elizabeth Noble (British, born 1933) The North Show, Guernsey oil on canvas, signed and dated 1985 lower right 17 x 13in (43 x 33cm). £250-300 See Illustration. Lot 131 Anthony G.Taylor (British, 20th century) Fort Grey, Rocquaine, Guernsey watercolour, signed lower right 14 x 9¼in (35½ x 23½cm). £100-150 Lot 132 Arthur Royce Bradbury A.R.W.A. (British, 1892-1977) The Cutty Sark in full sail watercolour, signed lower left 9 x 14cm. £60-80 Lot 133 Ha Van Vuong (Vietnamese/Chinese, born 1914) Flowers displayed in an Oriental vase watercolour, signed 20 x 26½in (51 x 67cm). £200-250 Lot 134 Cheng-Wu Fei (Chinese, born 1914) Bullfinch in a garden watercolour, signed, label for Rowland Ward Ltd verso 9½ x 7½in (24 x 19cm) together with a similar watercolour on silk (2). £300-400 See Illustration. 134

Lot 136 Follower of Takahisa Ryuko (Japanese, 1801-1859) A woman in a garden watercolour, signed 12½ x 19in (32 x 48cm) together with Oriental embroidery and three other Oriental style pictures (5). £50-70 Lot 137 Chinese School (20th century) Mogul warriors watercolours, a pair 31 x 20in (79 x 51cm). £80-100 138

Lot 138 A collection of thirty six Cantonese mother of pearl gaming counters mid. 19th century, in the form of exquisitely carved fish in three different sizes, the twelve largest realistically carved with scales and a circular design of love birds to one side and a flower head to the opposing side, 3in (7½cm) wide, twelve similar with love birds to one side, 2¼in (5½cm) wide and twelve smaller with love birds to one side 1¾in (4½cm) wide (36). £50-70 See Illustration. Lot 139 A collection of fifty two Cantonese mother of pearl gaming counters mid. 19th century, three different sizes of ovals, with fine decoration and an Oriental building in a circular panel, 6cm. 5cm and 3½cm wide (52). £40-60 Lot 140 A collection of ninety five Cantonese mother of pearl gaming counters mid 19th century, of various shapes, with carved and engraved decoration (95). £50-70 19

Lot 141 A collection of Cantonese mother of pearl gaming counters mid. 19th century, of oblong form, 25 measuring 6½cm wide and 25 measuring 5¾cm. wide, (50). £50-70 Lot 142 A carved ivory model of a boat early 20th century, with figures on deck, together with three carved ivory elephants on marble bases (a/f) (4). £20-30 Lot 143 A pair of rectangular Chinese alter panel sections late 19th century, with carved, pierced and gilt decoration depicting Sages 20 x 5in (51 x 12¾cm), plus two similar carvings (4). £40-60 Lot 144 A collection of sixteen Oriental snuff bottles 20th century, fifteen with their original stoppers (16). £80-120 Lot 145 A Chinese mah-jong set early 20th century, with finely carved five panel case, the sliding front panel enclosing five drawers containing bone and bamboo counters. £80-100 See Illustration. 145


Lot 146 A rose quartz figure of Guanyin standing, dressed in flowing robes, resting on a carved hardwood base, the figure 10½in (26½cm) high. £50-70 See Illustration.

CHANNEL ISLANDS AUCTIONS Lot 147 A 19th century Oriental charger with wavy edged rim and painted decoration of floral borders, the centre with flower decoration, partly restored, as found condition. 13¾in (35cm) diameter, together with Oriental bowl, two sake cups. cinnabar lacquer vase and another (7). £60-80 Lot 148 A pair of Chinese famille rose supper set bowls decorated with vases and interior scenes, 8½ x 5½in (2). £40-60




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Lot 149 A Chinese blue and white decorated vase of ovoid form, painted with continuous scenes of Immortals and animals, with pierced hardwood lid, set on a carved hardwood stand, the vase 9in (23cm) high. £120-150 See Illustration. Lot 150 A Chinese blue and white vase of baluster form, decorated with dragons and other similar Oriental decorations, 14in (35.5cm) high. £200-250 See Illustration. Lot 151 A Chinese blue and white baluster vase the domed cover with Kylin finial, painted flower head and leaf decoration, two moulded dragons to shoulders, four character mark to base, grazing to neck and base, 13½in (34½cm) high. £50-70 See Illustration.



Lot 152 Oriental blue and white charger the centre decorated with a large and smaller Shishi, the base with underglazed bamboo and four character marks, 14½in (37cm) diameter. £150-200 See Illustration.


Lot 153 A Chinese silver pedestal bowl makers mark indistinct, of circular form with engraved rim and engraved hexagonal segmented interior, set on a raised and engraved circular foot, weight 20.3 oz 578 grams, 10in (25cm) diameter, 5½in (14cm) high. £250-300 See Illustration. Lot 154 Ivory concentric puzzle ball Canton, early 20th century, the spherical ball with at least seven layers, finely pierced with dragons and geometric designs (7cm) diameter, set on a turned figural stand with revolving lantern and carved circular base, the stand 8.5in (22cm) high. £120-150 See Illustration.


Lot 155 Chinese School (20th century) ‘Figures in an interior’ and a ‘Farming scene’ watercolours on rice paper, pair 11½ x 7½in (29 x 19cm). £50-70 20

Lot 156 An impressive famille verte porcelain baluster vase Chinese 19th century, of large proportions, the flared trumpet neck with lobed rim, the green ground with finely enamelled and gilt decoration of birds, butterflies, bats, blossoming flowers and foliage, the sides with two moulded blue and gilt dragons in relief, the circular base with band of white flower heads, 34½in (88cm) high. £350-400 See Illustration. Lot 157 A gilt and sequined figure of Buddha seated in Dyana Mudra, 20in (51cm) high together with a worshiping figure with similar decoration (2). £80-100 See Illustration.


Lot 158 A pair of Oriental cloisonné vases 20th century, of baluster form with floral and leaf decoration (2). £80-120

CHANNEL ISLANDS AUCTIONS Lot 159 A pair of Imari dishes with wavy edged rims, 8½in (21½cm) diameter, together with a similar plate 7in (18cm) diameter, an early 20th century ivory concentric ball on stand, stoneware desk seal, miniature vases & pipe (8). £60-80

Lot 164 A collection of Commemorative medals including ‘Centenary of Wesleyan Methodism in the Channel Islands’, plus eight others (9). £30-40


Lot 165 A WW I Royal Guernsey Light Infantry brass 165 helmet plate the back with two lugs, 5 x 4in (12½ x 10cm). £80-100 See Illustration.

Lot 160 Oriental style hardwood urn stand with carved and pierced decoration, set on five cabriole supports, 16in (41cm) diameter 12in (30½cm) high, together with another similar smaller stand (2). £20-30


Lot 161 A Chinese hardwood urn stand circa 1880, with inset octagonal lobed rouge marble, the conforming surround with beaded edge above a carved frieze, set on four short foliate cabriole supports terminating with claw feet, 14in (35½) in diameter, 15in (38cm) high. £150-180 See Illustration. Lot 162 A fine quality Chinese black lacquered side cabinet 20th century, with extensive Chinoiserie decoration, including twenty-four individual figures in relief formed from different coloured hardstones and mother of pearl, with figures depicted in interior and exterior settings, the hinged lid opening to reveal interior well, above one long and two short drawers, set on four stepped bracket feet, 37in (94cm) wide, 41in (104cm) high, 20in (51cm) deep. £300-400 See Illustration.

Lot 163 A Janism marble statue of Lord Mahavira Indian, probably first half of 20th century, his bare chest with Sri Vatsa symbol, seated in Dyanasana, his hands in Dhyna Mudra, resting on a triangular ebonised stand, 20in (51cm) high, 15in (38cm) wide. £500-700 * Janism is one of the oldest religions of the world, said to pre-date Buddhism. Jains traditionally trace their history through a succession of twenty-four propagators of their faith known as Tirthankar, with Adinatha as the first Tirthankar and Mahavira as the last. See Illustration.


Lot 166 A Royal Guernsey Light Infantry embroidery circa 1916, on black material, with numeral ‘2’ for the Reserve regiment based in Guernsey. £30-50 Lot 167 First World War military gun sight engraved G.S. Telescope x 8 No. 1915 by W.G. Pye & Co. Cambridge, dated 1917 No. 18, 21in (63cm) long, together with a modern tripod stand (2). £40-50 Lot 168 Royal Jersey Militia swagger stick the white metal pommel decorated with embossed with three lions within a shield surmounted by a crown enclosed in a wreath, inscribed ‘The Royal Militia of The Island of Jersey’ on the Malacca cane with white metal ferrule, 27½in (70cm) long. £40-60 See Illustration.


Lot 169 A turned rosewood Guernsey presentation ‘Baton de Justice’ or Special Constable’s Baton, with embossed copper shield for St Peter Port, S.P.P. S.P.C. 1914, 5in (12.5cm) long. £150-180 See Illustration. 169


CHANNEL ISLANDS AUCTIONS Lot 170 A Royal Guernsey Golf Club driver inscribed Generic 2, Kro-Flite Rustless, T.B.Jolly, Royal Guernsey G.C, 45in (102cm) long, £40-50


Lot 171 An Edwardian inlaid mahogany tray of oval form with twin brass handles, the centre with musical style paterae, together with a mahogany writing slope with fitted interior and a set of mahogany and copper peat bellows (3). £50-70 183 Lot 172 Makonde mpingo wood group Tanzania, 20th century, depicting the ‘tree of life’ with generations supporting one another 28in (71cm) high, together with a similar carved wooden figure of a villager playing a drum (2). £50-70 173

Lot 173 Anglo-Indian tortoiseshell and ivory jewellery casket Vizagapatam 19th century, the sarcophagus shaped and hinged lid decorated with finely pierced fretwork and pen-work border, the centre panel decorated with growling lion, the lid and base further decorated with strap work and fretwork decoration, the interior lined with pink velvet, raised on four carved ivory animal paw feet, 8in (20½cm) wide, 3¼in (8½cm) high, together with another similar smaller box, 6in (15cm) wide, some damage and losses, mostly to the smaller box (2). £150-200 See Illustration. Lot 174 A faux tortoiseshell tea caddy with domed and hinged lid opening to reveal a two compartment lidded interior, set of four cast gilt metal hairy paw supports, 7¾in (18cm) wide, 5in (13cm) high. £60-80 Lot 175 Oriental lacquered box copper crumb tidy and brush, etc. £50-70

Lot 176 A brass Mortar and Pestle together with a fly swish, match striker & leather cased cup set. £40-60 Lot 177 Two white metal coin chain necklaces together with two white metal belts, necklaces, bracelet, folding screen etc. (a quantity) £50-70 Lot 179 An Edwardian decorative silver hair comb Birmingham 1906, maker A.J. Bailey, of Coronet form, with pierced and finely engraved floral and leaf decoration, weight 12 grams, 5 x 8.5cm. £30-40 See Illustration. 179


Lot 180 A Victorian silver pin tray Birmingham 1898, maker William Comyns, of oval fluted form, finely chased with five cherub heads enclosed within meandering foliate decoration, weight 40 grams, 12½ x 9cm. £30-50 See Illustration. Lot 181 George III gold coin set on suspension loop, with a 9 carat gold linked chain, weight 20 grams, together with a 22 carat gold gentleman’s signet ring with initials to the front, weight 8 grams (2). £250-300 22

Lot 182 An Italian three colour gold bracelet circa 1960, with five interlocking diamond design, width 4cm. length 20cm. weight 121 grams, tests at approx 14 carats £1,600-1,800 See Illustration. Lot 183 An Italian 9 carat gold bracelet of articulated lozenge design, with 6cm wide, 20cm long band, weight 104 grams. £1,000-1,200 See Illustration. Lot 184 A Continental ‘Oiseau Chanteur’ Automaton singing bird box late 19th century, of rectangular form decorated with inset semi precious stones and champlevé enamel, the purple ground with scrolling black, white, green and turquoise foliage and flowers, the hinged brass cover opening to reveal the singing bird, maker WM, sold in as found condition, only partly working, together with a gilt brass singing bird box in as found condition, with a brass bird form key (2). £140-180 See Illustration. 184


CHANNEL ISLANDS AUCTIONS Lot 185 New Zealand WW II R.A.F. dress badge in Sterling silver on 9 carat gold, with eagle wings, crown and pin back complete with original fitted gilt decorated morocco and silk lined oblong case, 6cm wide, together with two silver manicure implements, a hat pin and a jewelled dress ring (5). £80-100 Lot 186 A cameo ring dress ring, brooches, bracelets, earrings and necklaces a qty. £60-80 Lot 187 A Tiffany & Co. platinum shared setting band ring full circle, with twelve round brilliant diamonds, carat total weight 88, colour grade C, clarity grade VS, and twelve sapphires, carat total weight 1.10, size O, with original box. (Recommended retail price £6,850). £3,000-3,500 See Illustration.

Lot 190 English School, 19th century Figures in a garden setting with fountain watercolour, indistinctly signed 18½ x 12in (47 x 30½cm). £150-200 Lot 191 Muriel Jackson (British, 20th century) Mixed flowers in a vase oil on board 10½ x 13½in (26½ x 34½cm). £50-70 Lot 192 Herdis Gelardi (Danish, 1916-1991) Plant pot, fruit and wine bottles oil on canvas, signed lower right 17 x 21in (43 x 53½cm). £100-140 See Illustration. 192

Lot 194 Attributed to Henry Winslow (American, 1874-1950) Shipping with coastal town in the background crayon and watercolour, signed with initials & dated ‘19 9¾ x 7¼in (24½ x 18½cm). £50-70 Lot 195 English School (20th century) Still life study of fruit in a basket watercolour, signed with initials ‘V.M.A.’ and dated 1985 14 x 20½in (36 x 52cm). £50-80 Lot 196 George Armfield (British, 1808-1893) Two dogs resting in a garden oil on canvas, signed 30 x 19in (76 x 48½cm). £500-700 See Illustration. 196


Lot 188 A gilt metal jewellery box and cover of circular form, the domed cover with cockerel finial, pierced catch to secure cover to base, with extensive chased floral and scroll decoration, 5in (12.5cm) high. £50-70 See Illustration. 188

Lot 193 David Garshen Bomberg (British, 1890-1957) Three figures pencil and crayon, signed lower left 6½ x 5¼in (16.5 x 13½cm). £200-250 See Illustration. 193

Lot 197 J.H.Clark (British, 19th century) Ship ashore, coastguard station, Burtons Point, Sheerness oil on panel 13 x 19in (33 x 48cm). £300-400 Lot 198 Joyce Parfitt (British, born 1939) Floral still life study oil on canvas, signed 15½ x 9½in (39 x 24cm). £80-120 198

Lot 189 A Continental silver gilt circular box the detachable lid with embossed peacock, the base with eight embossed bird panels, the underside further engraved with bird decoration, 3¼in (8cm) wide. £50-70 See Illustration. 189


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Lot 199 Wouterus Verschuur (Dutch, 1812-1874) A traveller on horseback, meeting country folk gathering winter fuel oil on board, signed lower right and dated 1846 12 x 16in (30½ x 40½cm). £2,000-2,500

* Wouterus Verschuur was born in Amsterdam in 1812, the son of a wellknown jeweller and his wife. Verschuur learnt his trade from an early age and received tuition from the well-known and established landscape painters Cornelius Steffelaar (1797-1861) and Pieter Geradus van Os (1776-1839). During his tuition he was encouraged to copy the style of Philips Wouwerman (1619-1668) whose best known subjects

were stable scenes and horses in the countryside. Verschuur was regarded as extremely talented at the age of just 15 and exhibited a painting at ‘The Exhibition of Living Masters’ in Amsterdam in 1828. As his work became more and more appreciated, he was regarded as one of the last living Dutch artists who was faithful to the established 17th century Romanticism style of painting. Vershuur’s paintings display a recognisable


high level of technical accomplishment and inventive composition. During 1832 and 1833 he won gold medals at the annual exhibition at Felix Meritis. In 1883 he was appointed a member of The Royal Academy in Amsterdam. His reputation began to grow in other European countries and he travelled extensively and exhibited abroad. In 1885 Napolean II purchased one of his paintings at the Exposition Universalle in Paris. He frequently travelled to Germany and Switzerland and during a visit to paint in the town of Vorden in Gelderland during 1874 he became ill, and passed away on July 4th. He left behind approximately only 400 finished works, many of which are held in Museums, Institutions and private collections around the world. See Illustration.

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Lot 200 A cranberry glass epergne with seven wavy-edged cranberry trumpets above a wavy edged cranberry bowl, supported by a wirework stand, 19in (38cm) wide. £70-90 See Illustration. Lot 201 Edwardian Royal commemorative glass claret jug with silver plated lid, collar and scroll handle, the trumpet-shaped glass with finely etched decoration of ferns and portraits of H. M. King Edward VII and H.M. Queen Alexandra with the inscription ‘A souvenir of the Coronation 26th June 1902’ 12in (30½ cm) high. £100-140 See Illustration. Lot 202 A Bohemian art nouveau glass claret jug circa 1890, with pewter handle, collar and eagle’s head cover, the tapering glass body decorated in red, blue, white, pink and gilt enamels, depicting a knight in armour riding on his white charger, 14½in (37cm) high. £80-100 See Illustration.


Lot 203 A silver plated and cut glass biscuit box early 20th century, of oval form, the hinged domed lid with cast finial and engine turned decoration, the glass container with six hobnail cut glass panels and six plain glass panels, the base with star cut design, resting on a separate pierced and silver plated oval stand with beaded edge, set on four claw and ball supports, 9in (23cm) wide, 7½in (19cm) high. £40-70 See Illustration. Lot 204 A Lalique Dampiere glass vase post war, of urn form with flared rim and circular foot, the exterior decorated with a band of alternating frosted glass sparrows in relief flanked by alternating vine leaves, the base with etched marks LALIQUE FRANCE, 5¼in (13cm) high, 4in (10cm) high together with a Lalique glass pedestal bowl, the circular base with four frosted birds, the base 4in (10cm) high together with a Lalique frosted glass bull, resting on a clear glass oblong base 5in (12½cm) wide (3). £120-150 See Illustration.

Lot 206 Moorcroft posy vase of squat baluster form, decorated in the Clematis pattern, the flower heads with pink and crimson leaves on a cobalt blue ground, impressed marks to base, 4in (10cm) high. £30-40 Lot 207 A Royal Doulton Kingsware jug of bulbous form in brown glaze, with Charles Dickens spout above six coloured Dickens characters moulded in high relief, 7in (18cm) high. £40-60 Lot 208 Clarice Cliff hand painted Bizarre jug circa 1933, of small crown shape, decorated with the Windbells pattern with stylised trees against a green, yellow and orange background, printed marks to base, 5.5in (14cm) wide, 3in (.5cm) high, together with a Clarice Cliff Bizarre crown form jug in the Solitude pattern, small hairline crack, 7in (18cm) wide, 4in (10cm) high (2). £80-100 See Illustration. 208

Lot 209 A Poole pottery Medieval calendar charger circa 1974, with multi-coloured enamels depicting a gardener with sickle, inscribed June, with certificate number 175 of 1000, painted by J.Mackenzie 12½in (31cm) diameter. £25-30

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Lot 205 A Moorcroft dish decorated with an Orchid on green ground, set on a circular foot, impressed factory marks in capitals, 5½in (15cm) diameter. £30-40 25

Lot 210 A Staffordshire group 19th century, a Shepherd boy dressed in Scottish attire standing beside a sheep, together with a pair of Marigold coloured glass carnival dishes, a transfer printed farming interest ‘God Speed the Plough’ twin handled mug and a large Sylvac beige pottery seated dog, 10½in (26½cm) high (5). £30-40

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Lot 211 A rare Vauxhall Lambeth saltglazed pottery fish tavern flask Mid. 19th century, modelled as a fish with realistically formed scales and open mouth holding a cork, the pottery cork retaining the original cork stopper with fish finial, the fish with three separate impressed marks ‘W.Northen Potter’, ‘Vauxhall Lambeth’, and ‘R.Cooper Railway Terminus Brighton’ 9½in (24cm) long, 3½in (9cm) high. £600-800 See Illustration. Lot 212 Royal Worcester porcelain fruit painted plate decorated with two plums and three strawberries on a mossy ground, with gilded rim, signed by George Mosely, with puce factory mark and dated for 1926, 6¼in (15½cm) diameter. £120-150 See Illustration.

Lot 215 A Moorcroft pottery preserve cup and cover of cylindrical form decorated in the Anemone pattern with deep blue ground, underglazed blue marks and impressed marks to base. 3¾in (9.5cm) high, together with a Moorcroft circular pin tray in the Anemone pattern, 9cm diameter and small Moorcroft dish. 8cm diameter (3) £70-90 See Illustration. 215



Lot 214 An iridescent glass posy vase of squat bulbous form decorated with purple flowers and gilt highlights, 3in (7.5cm) high. £10-15

Lot 218 An Indian Bidri ware white metal circular drinks tray with extensive engraved decoration, together with six white metal, etched and gilt edged glass coffee cups, the white metal with Reindeers and leaves, together with six engraved spoons (13). £120-150 See Illustration. 218


Lot 213 Two Royal Worcester fruit painted dishes decorated with apples, blackcurrants and gilt borders, indistinctly signed, with black underglazed factory marks, 4¼in (11.5cm) diameter (2). £60-80 See Illustration.

Lot 217 An exquisite Staffordshire porcelain and silver cased tea set the silver London 1900 and later, maker William Comyns, comprising teapot with hinged and domed solid silver cover surmounted with an English rose finial, the yellow ground egg shell porcelain base with gilt painted foliate decoration, the side with woven wicker scroll handle, the teapot enclosed with pierced foliate scrollwork and trellis panels, two sugar basins, cream jug and six tea cups, all with conforming silver mounts, together with six matching silver coffee spoons, a pair of William Comyns silver sugar tongs, and six saucers, one saucer with hairline crack, otherwise the whole set in remarkable condition. £200-250 See Illustration.

Lot 216 A Burmantofts faience pottery arts and crafts mirror late 19th century, of oblong form decorated in blue glaze with scroll and leaf border in relief, the original mirror plate with bevelled glass, retaining its original easel back stamped Burmantofts, also with brass ring suspension fitting to back, 10½ x 12½in (25½ x 32cm). £120-150 See Illustration.


Lot 219 A pair of Capodimonte potpourri mantel urns the lids with Putti finials, above classical figures in high relief decorated with polychrome colours and gilt highlights 16in (40½cm) high, together with a similar lidded box, 8in (20cm) wide and a similar Italian baluster shaped vase with three dolphin supports, 14in (35.5cm) wide (4). £120-150

Channel Islands auCtIons Lot 220 A Crimea war medal awarded to Private W.Shoebridge, 13th Lt.Dragoons, with four oak leaf clasps for Sebastopol, Inkermann, Balaklava and Alma, engraved with contemporary Serif capitals, minor contact marks, very fine. £500-600 * Some members of the 13th Light Dragoons took part in the infamous ‘Charge of the Light Brigade’. William Shoebridge joined the regiment in the Crimea on 7th July 1855. Shown on a nominal roll of officers and men of the regiment at the Cavalry Depot, Scutari. Served 7 years 14 days. Lot 221 An Indian Mutiny medal (1857-58) awarded to William Brown, 3rd Bombay European Regiment with Central India clasp, engraved with contemporary Serif capitals, some edge nicks and scratches, unassociated ribbon. £120-150 * The 3rd Bombay European Regiment was an Infantry regiment raised by the British East India company in 1853. Lot 222 A South Africa medal with 1879 bar and correct ribbon, later engraved to Corporal T.F.Andrews K.W.T.V. Artillery, together with George V and Queen Mary medal (2). £120-150 Lot 223 A German Iron Cross together with various other badges and medals. £40-60 Lot 224 A pair of WW I Victory medals (Royal Irish Fusiliers) engraved ‘7-.21781 A.C .SJT H.Le Lacheur, R. I. Fus. £120-150 Lot 225 A Bravery in the Field war medal and one other, awarded to I.Evans R.E. 210782, together with various ephemera, postcards etc. £80-100 Lot 226 An 18 carat gold diamond and ruby ring size P, set with three rubies and four diamonds £120-150 Lot 227 A 9 carat gold diamond and emerald ring size R, set with four emeralds and six diamonds. £100-140

Lot 228 A 9 carat gold, diamond and blue stone ring size P, with three sapphires and fourteen diamonds. £80-120 Lot 229 A silver easel back photograph frame by Albert Jackson, Chester 1911, Registered No. 44227, in Art Nouveau style with extensive embossed and chased floral and leaf decorations, 13 x 9½in (33 x 24cm). £120-150 See Illustration. 229

Lot 230 Pair Victorian silver knife rests London 1896, maker William Wheatcroft Harrison, together with four silver napkin rings, a silver pin tray, a 20th century silver pepper with blue glass liner and a cylindrical lidded box marked Silver (9). £40-60 Lot 231 Set of six silver dinner forks Sheffield 1916, makers William Hutton & Sons Ltd. 8in (20cm) long, together with eight other English hallmarked silver forks, weight 792 grams (14). £250-280 Lot 232 George IV silver basting spoon London 1829, maker Charles Boyton, with fiddle back, the front with engraved initials, weight 98 grams 11¾ in (30cm) long. £40-60 Lot 233 Pair of pierced silver bon bon dishes London 1902, maker Charles Stuart Harris, of oval form with cast and pierced decoration, raised on four cast supports, weight 268 grams, 12cm wide (2). £80-100 See Illustration. 233

Lot 234 A matched four piece silver tea service Birmingham 1945/47, maker J.B.Chatterley & Sons Ltd. comprising, teapot, coffee pot, milk jug and sugar basin, the pots with ebonised wood 27

finials and handles, total combined weight 1552 grams (4). £350-400 Lot 235 A 20th century silver drinks tray London 1925, maker Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co.Ltd. of plain circular form with gadrooned and pie crust rim, raised on four hoof supports, weight 1365 grams, 14in (36cm) diameter. £400-450 Lot 236 A cased pair of silver toast racks Birmingham 1939, maker Adie Brothers Limited, each with pierced handles and four divisions, together with a silver milk jug, Sheffield 1945, maker Atkin Brothers, of plain form, with reeded scroll handle, 5½in (14cm) wide, total weight 232 grams (3). £60-80 Lot 237 George II silver punch ladle with inset George II silver shilling dated 1758, 13½in (34.5cm) long. £30-40 Lot 238 George III silver cream jug London 1791, makers Peter and Ann Bateman, of tapering helmet form with reeded loop handle, beaded rim and bright cut engraved leaf border, the front with vacant cartouche, set on a square pedestal base with contemporary engraved initials, probably relating to a Channel Islands family marriage ‘D.R.B. * M.H.R.’, weight 100 grams 6in (15cm) high. £150-200 238

Lot 239 George III silver cream jug London 1816, maker probably Thomas Streetin, of squat bulbous form, with leaf capped double scroll handle, punched bead decoration to rim, floral, leaf and swag decoration, the cartouche engraved with the initial M above M.I.S., set on a domed circular foot with chased decoration, the base later engraved with the date 1716, weight 78 grams 4¼in (11cm) high. £80-100 239

Channel Islands auCtIons Lot 240 240 George III silver cream jug London 1815, makers mark rubbed, of tapering helmet form with loop handle, embossed and bright cut decoration, the front with monogrammed cartouche, set on a circular raised foot, weight 64 grams 5¼in (13cm) high. £80-100 Lot 241 Two silver vesta cases Birmingham 1908, maker Uttley & Co. with hinged lid to top, vacant cartouche and foliate engraving 4 x 4½cm together with another, Birmingham 1881, maker George Unite of plain oblong form with engraved monogram, 5 x 3cm combined weight 78 grams (2). £30-40 Lot 242 A silver cigarette box Birmingham 1919, maker Oreste Franzi of plain square form with sprung catch, one corner with engraved monogram, weight 96 grams 8 x 8cm. £30-40 Lot 243 A silver cigarette box Birmingham 1915, maker A & J Zimmerman Ltd. of oblong curved form, engraved with the name Kathleen and dated Dec. 26th 1917, together with a silver vesta case and small cylindrical silver pill box attached by a chain, total weight 72 grams (3). £30-50

Lot 245 Pair Victorian silver soup spoons London 1913, maker William Hutton & Sons Ltd. together with seven English silver serving spoons, combined weight 660 grams (9). £200-240 Lot 246 A Sheffield plated oval tray together with a quantity of other silver plated items. £40-60 Lot 247 William John Caparne (British, 1856-1940) Harbour and Castle Cornet, St Peter Port, Guernsey watercolour, signed 9.5 x 15.5in (24 x 39.5cm). £400-450 See Illustration.

Lot 252 Tracy Barritt A.S.E.A. (British, 20th century) Study of three horses watercolour and pastel, signed and dated ‘00’ lower right 15 x 24in (38 x 61cm). £200-250 See Illustration. 252

247 Lot 253 A Victorian Jersey album Twelve views in the Island of Jersey, together with a Guernsey watercolour and two others (4). £40-50 Lot 248 William John Caparne (British, 1856-1940) St Sampson Harbour, Guernsey during a low tide, with Mont Crevelt in the background watercolour, signed with initials lower right 17½ x 5½in (44½ x 14cm). £600-800 See Illustration. 248

Lot 254 English School (late 18th century) Portrait of a Guernsey Merchant oil on canvas 33 x 26in (64 x 66cm). £150-200 Lot 255 Arthur Royce Bradbury A.W.R.A. (British, 1892-1977) The Spanish hat watercolour, signed and dated 1969 8 x 11in (20 x 28cm). £350-400 See Illustration. 255


Lot 244 George III silver baby rattle and whistle London 1805, maker Peter, William and Ann Bateman, with suspension ring, engine turned floral and leaf decoration, two sets of four silver bells each with the lion passant mark, the terminal with inset red coral teether, in excellent condition throughout, 5½in (14cm) long. £120-150 See Illustration.

Lot 251 Stuart Atkinson (British, 20th century) Approaching storm watercolour, signed and dated ‘90 14.½ x 27in (37 x 68½cm). £70-90

Lot 249 Tony Allaine P.S.A. D.P.A.Z. (British, 20th century) Guernsey farmhouse abstract watercolour, signed 9 x 5½in (23 x 14cm) together with two similar (3). £100-140 Lot 250 English School (Early 20th century) Castle Cornet, Guernsey oil on canvas, signed with initials, unframed 10 x 12in (25½ x 30cm). £30-50 28

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Lot 262 Arthur Royce Bradbury A.W.R.A. (British, 1892-1977) Sark coastal scene watercolour, signed and dated 1939 10 x 14in (25½ x 36cm). £80-100


Lot 263 William John Caparne (British, 1856-1940) Rock pool studies watercolours, signed and inscribed verso, pair 7 ¼ x 5½in (18 x 13cm) (2). £450-500 See Illustration.

Lot 259 Arthur Suker (British, 1857-1902) Channel Islands beach scene watercolour, signed lower right 14 x 22in (36 x 56cm). £200-250 See Illustration.

Lot 256 Nicholas de Garis Snr. (British, early 19th century) Portrait of a young girl, seated on a red chair with ringlets in her hair wearing a waisted blue dress and holding a book in her right hand watercolour, signed verso, inscribed in pencil ‘Drawn by Garis Snr. June 21st 1841, Guernsey. 11 x 9 cm. £200-250 * There is a reference printed in Chapter XVII of Jacobs Annals of Guernsey page 465 ‘Guernsey is not greatly behind the rest of the world in the fine arts; for we possess an elegant landscape painter in oils, Mr J. Young who is also a portrait painter; besides two native artists, Mr Le Page in portrait and miniature painting; and Mr de Garis in miniature painting.’ See Illustration.



Lot 257 Ethel Sophia Cheeswright (British, 1874-1977) Brecqhou and the west coast of Sark watercolour, signed 13 x 18in (33 x 46cm). £200-250 See Illustration. Lot 258 Ethel Sophia Cheeswright (British, 1874-1977) Coastal scene with wild flowers in the foreground watercolour, signed lower left 10 x 14in (25½ x 35½cm). £100-120


Lot 260 Theodore Zimmerman (British, born 1937) A picnic at St Ouens, Jersey pastels, signed and inscribed 8 x 10½in (20½ x 26½cm). £400-450

261 Lot 261 George Douglas Machin (British, 1893-1985) SARK CHARACTERS a framed print circa 1930, signed Mac. Depicting The Dame of Sark Mrs Hathaway; Mr R.W.Hathaway; The Dame of Sark’s American Husband; The “Princess” of Sark Miss Douce Beaumont; Fred De Carteret The Seneschal; Charles Peree O.C. Transport (No use being in a hurry in Sark); F.Baker Senr. The Prevost; “Le Gros Fred”; William Baker Treasurer of The Island; Miss Mallett Motor Boat Engine Expert (Is in great demand when engines won’t function); Lionel C. “Buster” Beaumont (Heir to the Island); ‘Types among the Fisher Folk James Guille, Phillip Cook, Phillip Carre Junior; William Carre Senior (Le Patron); Mine Host at the Dixcart Hotel A.V. Newton; some losses to surfaces, 24 x 18in (61 x 46cm). £50-70 29

* George Machin was a well-known Fleet Street cartoonist and often worked for the Daily Mirror as well as being commissioned to work for Tatler and Sporting Life. Affectionately known as ‘Captain Mac’ he was also a camouflage expert and war hero, who was regarded as an eccentric character in and around Dallington, East Sussex where he lived for 45 years. During WW I he found fame for his work on ‘Blighty’ the Soldiers newspaper, and served as a balloon observer behind enemy lines. He was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross. See Illustration.

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Lot 264 John Landseer A.R.A. (British, 1769-1852) Interior of Les Dehus Dolmen, Guernsey watercolour sketch, heightened with white, signed and inscribed, unframed 11½ x 8½in (29 x 21½cm). £120-150 * John Landseer was the father of Sir Edward Landseer R.A. John was engraver to King George III and a Fellow of the Society of Antiquities. Les Dehus passage grave lies on the west side of Rue de Dehus in the parish of Vale, Guernsey, an area rich with archaeological history. Les Dehus was described as a ‘Druids Temple’ by John Gosselin of Guernsey in 1813. The site was extensively excavated by the Lucas family of Guernsey between 1837 & 1847. John Landseer was presumably invited over to Guernsey to record stages of the excavation by Frederick Corbin Lukis, and a series of engravings depicting the Dolmen were published in ‘Prehistory of Northern Europe’. During the excavation deposits of shells, human bones, pottery and jars were discovered. See Illustration. Lot 265 Margaret Mary Waller F.I.A.L. (British, 1916-1997) Coastal rocks, Sark watercolour, signed lower left 9 x 13in (23 x 33cm). £70-90 Lot 266 Arthur Royce Bradbury A.W.R.A. (British, 1892-1977) St Peter Port harbour and Castle Cornet, Guernsey watercolour, signed 15 x 21in (38 x 53.5cm). £150-200 See Illustration.

Lot 267 A yew wood five division Canterbury 20th century, of fine quality with turned side carrying handles and open compartments with turned divisions, above a single frieze drawer, set on four turned bun shaped supports, 30in (76cm) wide, 20in (51cm) wide £200-250 See Illustration. Lot 268 A yew wood umbrella and stick stand 20th century, the four open sections with turned uprights above an oblong drip tray, set on six turned supports, 26in (66cm) high. £100-120 See Illustration. Lot 269 A child’s Lloyd Loom style chair of woven wicker construction, set on four supports, 16in (41cm) wide, 20½in (52cm) high £20-30 See Illustration. Lot 270 Victorian ebonised child’s chair in the Aesthetic taste with carved decoration, upholstered with a patterned button back cover, the base with two turned supports, 27in (68½cm) high £30-50 See Illustration. 269





Lot 271 A walnut dressing stool late 19th century, with oblong green dralon upholstered top, set on four carved column supports united by three turned stretchers, 20in (51cm) wide, 17in (43cm) high. £40-60 272

Lot 272 An Edwardian quartet nest of inlaid mahogany tables the rectangular tops with string inlaid decoration, set on four simulated bamboo columns, terminating with downswept supports joined by a stretcher, the largest 16in (41cm) wide, 24in (61cm) high 12in (30½cm) deep, stamped 5452, (4). £250-300 See Illustration. Lot 273 A French brass cased carriage clock with brass swing carrying handle and five bevelled glass panels, the top oval panel enclosing the platform escapement movement, white enamel dial with Roman hours and Arabic seconds, the back plate with makers mark for Richard et Cie, numbered 302, striking on a coiled gong, complete with key, 5in (13cm) high. £50-70 Lot 274 A Channel Islands mahogany longcase clock by Edmund Richards of Guernsey, working circa 1786-1814, the arched hood with twin turned pillars, enclosing a painted 12in white enamel dial with painted name E.Richards, Guernsey, with moon phase feature, Roman numerals and subsidiary minutes dial, the 30 day movement striking on a gong, the plain trunk with corresponding arched door, set on four short bracket supports, 80in (203cm) high. £400-500

Channel Islands auCtIons Lot 275 George III rosewood and brass inlaid bracket clock circa 1820, by Henry Strowbridge, Dawlish, with stepped caddy top surmounted by a cast bronze pineapple finial, the convex glass surrounded by brass bezel, enclosing a painted enamel dial (worn) with Roman numerals and outside minute track, pierced blue steel hands, the sides with pierced fish-scale sound frets and bronze cornucopia ring handles, the fusee movement with anchor escapement, striking on a gong, the case raised on four ball supports. 21½in high, 12½in wide. £180-200 See Illustration. 275

Lot 276 A mahogany cased Barograph 20th century, by Short and Mason, London, the 8 segment aneroid chamber with brass armature operating through a system of levers, with inked pointer for recording the change in barometric pressure on the rotating paper scale lined drum, enclosed by a five glass cover, resting on platform base, 14in (35½cm) wide, 7in (17¾cm) high. £60-80 Lot 277 A mahogany stick barometer early 19th century, with broken architectural pediment centered with turned brass finial, the rectangular glass door with chequered boxwood and ebony inlay enclosing an engraved silvered plate with the name F.Jarone, mercury Farenheight and Réamur scale thermometer to the left and forecasting scale with sliding vernier to the right, the flamed mahogany trunk with similar boxwood and ebony inlaid decoration to edges and semi inset and exposed glass mercury filled tube, the chamber covered by a turned and domed mahogany cover with central inlaid decoration, 40in (101½cm) high. £250-300

boxed spirit thermometer, 8 inch silvered dial (one hand detached) enclosed with a brass bezel, a turned ivory adjuster above a level inscribed Grassi and Fontana, Exeter, 38½in (98cm) high. £80-100 279

Lot 279 A Sinclair Harding Renaissance table drum clock with alarm from the Heritage Limited Edition series circa 1970, in two parts, the drum base resting on three gilt paw supports, the dial with black Roman numerals, the sides with black foliage on a gilt ground, surmounted by a removable alarm clock with three dolphin supports, the bell with pineapple finial, as found condition. £50-70 See Illustration Lot 280 French Boulle and gilt brass bracket clock late 19th century, the domed surmount with brass putti musician seated on a cushion. the brass inlaid and red tortoise shell waisted case with cast brass female mask above a circular convex glass hinged door enclosing the engraved 5 inch brass dial with twelve raised white enamels with black painted



Lot 281 French Boulle mantel clock of waisted form, with basket of fruit brass finial and cast gilt brass embellishments, the 3 inch white enamel dial with Roman numerals, the pendulum in the form of a gilt cupid, set on four cast bracket feet, 12in (30½cm) high. £70-90 See Illustration. Lot 282 French Boulle and gilt brass mantel clock on stand French late 19th century in the Louis XV style, the domed surmount with cast gilt brass basket of fruit finial, the case with gilt brass fittings, the convex glass door enclosing a gilt brass 5 inch wide dial with blue on white enamel Roman numerals, above the glass panel with cast female mask decoration, the striking movement stamped to backplate ‘Japy Freres & Cie’ and numbered 1024, inlaid door interior and floor, the sides of case with pierced fretwork panels, set of four cast gilt brass bracket supports, resting on a matching stand with cushion base, 14½in (37cm) high. £350-400 See Illustration.

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Lot 278 An inlaid mahogany cased wheel barometer mid. 19th century, the twin swan neck pediment centered with a turned brass urn finial, the banjo shaped case with line inlay to edges with a hydrometer above a

Roman numerals above a glass panel, the front embellished with scrolling foliage cast brass mounts, the sides of case with two cast brass female masks, the back plate of the striking movement stamped Marti & Cie, Medalle de Bronze, with sun burst pendulum and back plate numbered 183, the hinged back door interior and interior base finely inlaid, set of four cast brass bracket supports, 16.5in (42cm) high, 8.5in (21.5cm) wide. £400-450 See Illustration.

Channel Islands auCtIons Lot 286 A malacca walking stick with Oriental style white metal finial, together with four others (5). £50-70


Lot 287 A Victorian ebonised walking cane with 18 carat gold top, hallmarked Sheffield 1852, maker T.J. 37in (94cm) long, together with another with three gold colour mounts (2). £40-60 Lot 283 A Black Forest carved bear in the prowling position with realistically carved fur. £50-70 * This bear was given to a young Guernsey boy by a German soldier during the Occupation of the Channel Islands during WW II. See Illustration. Lot 284 G.Dolland brass Achromatic Refracting Telescope the fitted case with accessories, together with original oak tripod stand. £300-350 Lot 285 Rudolf Schwaiger (Austrian, 1924-1979) Spring Nymph, bronze with light brown patina, 108/300 dated 1974 with monogram RS, retailed by Venturi Arte, Bolognia, 9in (23cm) high, together with a pink sculptured stone statuette in the manner of Rudolf Scwaiger, possibly ‘Eve’ 9.5in (24cm) high (2). £200-250 See Illustration. 285

Lot 288 An Indian silver topped malacca cane 36in (92cm) long, together with an ebony and bone inlaid Elephant head walking cane (2). £30-50 Lot 289 A cast iron umbrella stand French, 20th century, cast with two classical maidens holding branches aloft, stamped Corneau Al Fred, a Charleville No 22, 29in (74cm) wide, 32in (81cm) high. £50-70 Lot 290 A grey top hat by Lock and Co. Hatters, St James Street, London, together with a Battersby black top hat, a Lock & Co. bowler hat and a B.Pritchard of Holyhead top hat (4). £40-60 Lot 291 A neo-classical bronze pedestal urn French mid. 19th century, with dark brown patina, of campana form the domed cover with veined leaves and branch finial, the exterior cast in relief with acorns and oak leaves, the sides with twin branch handles, mounted on an octagonal marble base, 7in (18cm) wide, 8in (20cm) high. £60-80 See Illustration. 291

Lot 292 A pair of miniature leather and studded boots dated 1902, with engraved brass buckles, 12½cm long, together with a number of pairs of ladies gloves including black kid leather gloves, quantity of vintage keys. (a qty). £40-60 Lot 293 An olive wood letter rack French late 19th/early 20th century, wall mounted, with two hinged rests inlaid with owls on a branch, together with a hinged oblong box inlaid with birds, a paper knife inscribed souvenir des Pyrenees, an inkwell inscribed Nice and a small treen stamp box (5). £50-70 Lot 294 A M1917 WW I American bayonet designed to be used with the US M1917 .30 calibre rifle or the Winchester model 1897 and M12 trench shotguns, with 17in long fullered blade, lacking scabbard. £25-30 * These were also used by the British Home Guard during WW II. Lot 295 WW I Ghurkha kukri and scabbard the horn hilt with white metal mounts, bone inlay and lions head pommel, the 12 inch blade with prick engraved decoration, the leather scabbard with metal tip and an attached 5th Ghurka Rifles cap badge, some wear to scabbard. £50-70 See Illustration. 295

Lot 296 A kukri with leather scabbard with polished horn handle, 12 inch steel blade, the leather scabbard with tooled decoration, two secondary knives and belt attachment. £30-50 Lot 297 A kukri with leather scabbard with carved wood handle and 12 inch engraved blade, the leather scabbard with two secondary knives. £30-50


Lot 298 A kukri with leather scabbard with horn handle, 12 inch blade, the leather scabbard with two straps, worn surfaces. £25-30 32

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Lot 299 A carved Makonde style ivory group early 20th century, depicting the ‘tree of life’ symbolism, with figures supporting one another, 14½ in (37cm) high. £120-150 See Illustration.

Lot 300 A carved Meerschaum figure depicting a standing gentleman in Arab dress, together with two similar carved heads (3). £30-40 Lot 301 A Staunton pattern carved ivory chess set 19th century, natural and stained, the Kings 11cm high (32). £150-200 See Illustration. 301

Lot 302 A Victorian rosewood and ebonised writing box comprising a fitted stationary/letter compartment with hinged and domed lid, the base with two glass inkwells and pen tray, above a single drawer, set on for turned bun supports, 12in (30½cm) wide, 9in (23cm) high. £50-70 Lot 303 G.J. Hardy & Co. ‘Number One’ bow tie press African Boy tinplate money box, brass balance, leather pouch, telescope etc. £40-60 Lot 304 George III silver milk or cream jug London 1815, maker * . B (first initial rubbed), of helmet form with reeded rim, folded loop handle and extensive bright cut floral and swag engraving, also bearing a monogrammed cartouche, weight 150 grams 5½in (14cm) wide, 4½in (11.5cm) high. £80-100

Lot 305 A matched set of six Georgian silver berry spoons London 1807-1815, makers Peter Podio, Thomas Dicks, John Lias (2) and George Wintle (2), each with bright but engraving to terminals, the finely chased bowls decorated with silver gilt, weight 108 grams 5¼in (13½cm) long (6). £80-120 Lot 306 Pair cased silver table salts Sheffield 1915, maker Joseph Rogers, circular form with crimped rims and fitted blue glass liners, each set on three scalloped and outswept supports, with original and one matching silver salt spoon, the fitted silk lined box by T.W. Long & Co. Goldsmiths and Silversmiths, Cardiff. £40-60 Lot 307 George III silver infant’s pap boat London 1806, maker Phineas Daniell, of plain form, weight 52 grams 4¼in (11cm) wide. £70-90 . Lot 308 A George III silver patch box London 1794, makers mark rubbed, of plain oval form with hinged lid, together with another oval patch box with engraved mother of pearl inset lid and mother of pearl base, and an oblong silver snuff box, Birmingham 1884, maker George Unite with hinged and engraved lid (3). £50-70 Lot 309 George III silver mustard pot London 1806, maker Peter and William Bateman, of oval form, the domed hinged cover with engraved border and chairback thumb-piece, the exterior with engraved initials plus inscription to opposing side, reeded collar and base enclosing finely pierced and leaf engraved decoration, the side with folded scroll handle, the interior with fitted oval blue glass liner with star cut base, 4in (10cm) wide, together with a George III silver table salt, London 1806, maker Peter and William Bateman, of oval form with reeded collar and base enclosing finely pierced and engraved leaf decoration and initials engraved within a cartouche, the interior with fitted blue glass liner with star cut base, set of four reeded short supports, 3¼in (8.5cm) wide (2). £80-100 33


Lot 310 Early 19th century English silver coffee pot the Charles II base possibly originaly from a tankard, with later 20th century London Assay Office overstamp, the domed hinged lid with urn finial, above a tapered cylindrical plain body with stepped base, side spout and turned fruitwood handle, total weight 364 grams, 5½ in (14cm) high, 7in (18cm) high. £250-300 * Known by some as ‘duty dodgers’ these pieces were often made illegally to avoid paying double tax if the Monarch’s head was on a piece constructed from two separate pieces. This coffee pot has been examined by the London Assay Office and verified as Georgian, with the verifying hallmarks applied. See Illustration. Lot 311 George II silver castor London 1740, maker Samuel Wood, of baluster form, the finely pierced removable cover with urn shaped finial, the base with engraved leaf and swag decoration, set on a stepped circular pedestal base, weight 158 grams, 6in (15cm high). £150-180 See Illustration. 311

Channel Islands auCtIons Lot 312 A circular silver snuff box Birmingham 1920, makers C.Saunders & Frank Shepherd, with suspension loop and engine turned line decoration 2in (5cm) diameter, together with a silver caddy spoon, Sheffield 1893, maker Atkin Brothers, of plain form with slight edge crease, 3.½ in (9cm) long, together with a pair of silver gilt sugar tongs, circa 1770 and a silver marrow scoop (4). £80-100 Lot 313 Two pairs Irish silver sugar tongs Dublin circa 1796, maker Samuel Neville, of plain form, engraved with a beast head crest, weight 52 grams 6in (15cm) long, together with another pair of Irish silver sugar tongs, Dublin circa 1800, maker Jonas Osbourne, with vacant cartouche and bright cut engraved decoration to arms, terminating in shell bowls, weight 34 grams 5¾in (14½cm) long, combined weight 86 grams (2). £50-70 Lot 314 A silver cigarette box London 1997, maker JRN, of plain oblong form with hinged lid and gilt interior, weight 406 grams 6¾in wide. £50-70 Lot 315 A silver cased cigarette box London 1927, maker C.Saunders and Frank Shepherd, of oblong form, the top of the hinged lid with engine turned decoration, opening to reveal a wood lined two division interior, 5½in (14cm) wide. £30-50

Lot 320 A George V glass and silver topped toddy Birmingham 1916, with silver label engraved Whiskey, the base with star cut decoration, 9½cm high. £20-30


Lot 318 A pair of cased modernist silver gilt chalice bowls London 1972, maker Hector Miller, struck to commemorate the completion of the five years of restoration work on York Minster and the 500th anniversary of the completion of the Gothic Minster, Limited Editions of 1,000, with certificates numbered 468 & 469, each 7 x 4½in, total weight 642 grams (2). £250-300 See Illustration. Lot 319 A four piece silver tea set Birmingham 1935, maker Adie Brothers Ltd. of art deco plain form, comprising teapot, coffee pot, milk jug and sugar basin, the pots with composite finials and handles, combined weight 1783 grams (4). £380-420 317

Lot 316 A cased pair of George III silver berry spoons London 1809, maker Sarah and John Blake, with chased decoration to fronts, the bowls with silver gilt decorated fruit baskets, weight 118 grams, 8½in (21cm) long. £50-70

Lot 321 A silver and faux tortoiseshell five piece vanity set London 1920, maker Collett & Anderson, comprising mirror, two hair brushes and two clothes brushes, the backs with fine inlaid pique work silver swags, garland, ribbons and cartouche engraved ‘D’ 1921 (5). £60-80 Lot 322 Pair of cloisonné vases 20th century, four silver backed brushes, cloisonné cruet set, EPNS cake stand, jug, wine funnel, Berry spoons, strainer, salt, spoons etc. (a quantity). £60-80 323

Lot 323 Art Deco silver and enamel cigarette case Birmingham 1938, maker Deakin & Francis Ltd. with spring opening action, the front decorated with two shades of mint green guilloche enamels with a sunburst design, the interior with matt gilt finish, the back with engine turned decoration, weight 110 grams 8 x 7.5cm. £60-80 See Illustration. Lot 324 A quantity of Georgian tea spoons silver table spoons, silver fork, total weight 446 grams £150-170 Lot 325 An early 20th century silver bachelor teapot Chester 1911, maker George Nathan and Ridley Hayes, of squat form the domed and hinged lid with ebonised finial, above a wavy edged rim and central raised girdle, the side with ebonised C-scroll handle, set on three cabriole supports with pad feet, total weight 324 grams, 8.5in (22cm) wide. £120-150

Lot 317 A cased modernist silver gilt Congress of Europe cup and cover London 1973, maker Aurum Ltd. replicating the European movement prize, numbered 20 from an edition of 500, weight 568 grams, 7½in (19cm) high. £250-300 See Illustration. 34

Channel Islands auCtIons Lot 326 A matched pair of silver bon bon dishes Birmingham 1922 & 1923, makers William Devonport and J.R. Ltd. of leaf form, 10 x 9cm, together with an oval pierced silver bon bon dish, Birmingham 1920, maker Charles S Green & Co. 10 x 7cm total weight 88 grams (3). £50-70 Lot 327 A pair of oval and pierced silver bon bon dishes Birmingham 1907, maker Levi & Salaman, 14 x 7cm, together with another, Birmingham 1922, maker Levi & Salaman, 14 x 7½cm, total weight 98 grams (3). £70-90 Lot 328 A pair of late 20th century silver sauce boats London 1990, maker C.J. Vander Ltd. of oval form with leaf capped C-scroll handles and gadrooned decoration to rims, raised on three shell and cabriole supports, weight 304 grams 6in (15cm) wide (2). £120-150 Lot 329 A silver vesta case Birmingham 1918, maker Hilliard & Thompson, with engine turned leaf decoration and engraved initials, weight 24 grams, together with a cased silver mounted magnifying glass, 5.5in (14cm) wide. £50-70 Lot 330 A cased pair of gentleman’s silver and enamel cufflinks together with four modern silver shell clips (6). £40-60 Lot 331 A silver cream jug Birmingham 1904, maker I.S.Greenberg & Co. with pierced scroll handle and circular foot, together with a Victorian silver cream jug, two silver napkin rings, and sixteen various silver spoons, total weight 466 grams (20). £160-180 Lot 332 George III silver milk or cream jug London 1806, makers Peter and Ann Bateman, of helmet form with reeded handle, bright cut engraving and monogrammed cartouche, weight 102 grams, 4½in (11½cm) wide, 4½in (11½cm) high. £120-150

Lot 333 A German Airforce World War II over painted box with hinged lid and two metal handles to the sides, the interior of the lid stamped Anf. Z. Ln. 30834, the exterior showing traces of the original markings. £30-40 Lot 334 George III inlaid mahogany cutlery box of oblong form, the hinged lid with inset vacant brass shield enclosed by boxwood and ebony string and bat’s wing decoration to the four corners, opening to reveal a fitted interior with single long frieze drawer below, the sides with cast brass drop handles, set on a plinth base, 21½in (54½cm) wide, 7½in (15cm) high, 15in (38cm) deep. £60-80 Lot 335 A Victorian brass Corinthian column lamp standard originaly an oil lamp, now converted for electricity, with copper well and reeded column, the adjustable telescopic top section with copper well, the whole set on a stepped brass base with four paw feet, 62in (158cm) high. £60-80 Lot 336 An Edwardian inlaid mahogany lamp table the rectangular shaped top with rounded corners and oblong inlaid chequered decoration, set on four slender tapering supports, united by four pierced stretchers, 24in (81cm) wide, 27in (68.5cm) high. £60-80 Lot 337 A mahogany drop leaf table 19th century, with twin hinged Dshaped leaves and frieze drawer, set on four carved supports, two with gateleg action, terminating in hoof feet. £60-80 Lot 338 An unusual George III mahogany dumb waiter probably Channel Islands, the two octagonal graduated tiers with finely pierced fretwork 338 galleries, set on a carved and turned baluster column, raised on three short cabriole supports with pad feet, 31in (79cm) high. £600-700 See Illustration. 35

339 Lot 339 A George III mahogany bow fronted chest of drawers Channel Islands circa 1820, the top with carved and beaded edge above a satinwood inlaid front and four graduated drawers with ivory urn shaped escutcheons and gilt brass drop ring handles, the base with shaped apron, set four short splayed supports, 48in (122cm) wide, 38in (97cm) wide, 21½in (54½cm) deep. £250-300 See Illustration.

Lot 340 Ad inlaid mahogany serpentine chest of drawers 19th century, with crossbanded top and four long graduated cockbeaded drawers, the fronts with ivory urn shaped escutcheons and lion mask gilt brass ring handles, flanked by canted corners with inlaid shell decoration, set on four bracket feet, 37in (84cm) wide, 35½in (87½cm) high, 21½in (54½cm ) deep. £500-700 See Illustration. 340

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Lot 341 A part William and Mary and later walnut veneered kneehole desk, of small proportions circa 1700, the oblong quarter-veneered moulded top with herringbone inlaid border, above a single long frieze drawer with herringbone inlay over a central recessed cupboard with a single hinged door, flanked by two sets of three deep drawers with herringbone inlay and brass swing handles with engraved back plates, raised on four later bracket feet, alterations and additions, 29½in (75cm) wide, 32in (81cm) high, 20½ (52cm) deep. £500-700 See Illustration. Lot 342 An early 20th century mahogany drinks cabinet the two part moulded and hinged top 342 with rising action to reveal a well with removable glass based drinks tray, above a carved frieze set on four cabriole supports with knurled feet and brass casters, £80-100 See Illustration.

Lot 345 Victorian upholstered and mahogany framed armchair set on front cabriole supports with ceramic castors + another (2). £60-80 Lot 346 Victorian figured and burr walnut Sutherland table with twin oval drop leaves, set on two turned and fluted supports joined by a turned stretcher, with two turned gateleg supports for the leaves, raised on carved cabriole supports with brass castors, 41½ x 35in (105½ x 89cm) opened, 28in (71cm) high. £60-80 See Illustration. 346

Lot 347 A set of eight mahogany dining chairs comprising one carver and seven dining chairs, with carved and pierced splat backs, above drop-in seats (8) £250-300 * Of Royal Provenance. The carver with engraved silver plaque ‘This chair was used by H.M. Queen Mary on the occasion of the Royal Visit to Guernsey, July 11th 1921’ See Illustration. 347

Lot 343 A set of four mahogany dining chairs late 19th century, with carved and pierced splat backs and drop-in seats, set on four plain supports joined by stretchers (4). £50-70


Lot 348 Colonel Cornelius Francis James (British, 1838-1889) Temple of Mahadev, Old Mahabaleshcwar, India watercolour 16 x 12½in (41 x 64½cm) £300-350 * This temple is very sacred in India. The water that flows from the mouth of the statue of the cow is said to be the source of the river Krishna that flows beneath the temple. * Colonel C.F.James was an accomplished Military Officer as well as a respected artist, who exhibited widely. His work was admired by Queen Victoria during an exhibition in 1878 at Aldershot. An Exhibition of his works ‘An Artist On The March’ was held in Association with The Guernsey Museum and Art Gallery in 1989, and a book which includes a reproduction of this painting on page 36 gives further details of watercolours by this artist and details of his notable Military exploits and career. A copy of this book to be included with the lot. See Illustration. Lot 349 Follower of Daniel Maclise R.A. (Irish, 1806-1870) A portrait Col. Frederick Leckie and his family oil on canvas 22 x 28½in (56 x 72½cm). £1,000-1,500 * Frederick Leckie was born in 1847 and served in the war in Afghanistan 1879-80 as staff officer for transport. He was awarded the Afghanistan medal with one clasp for Kandahar. See Illustration. 349

Lot 344 A Victorian mahogany Bijouterie cabinet with oblong glazed and hinged lid, enclosing a shallow velvet lined interior, set on four slender carved bamboo supports £80-120 36

Channel Islands auCtIons Lot 350 English School, 19th century Portrait of a fox terrier ‘Biddy’ who was injured at Chitral 1889 oil on board, signed with initials lower right 8½ x 5½in (21 x 14cm). £30-40 * In 1895, a military expedition was sent to relieve a fort in Chitral, Pakistan. Lieutenant S.M.Edwards dog, who had been a constant companion all the way from Bombay through Cashmere and Gilit was struck by an enemy bullet. Lieutenant Edwards was captured and he and his dog became prisoners of war. Biddy later recovered and died of old age in Sandhurst, Kent. See Illustration. 350

Lot 351 Monique Sakellarious (American Impressionist School, 20th century) The garden steps oil on paper, signed lower right 5½ x 7½in (14 x 19cm). £100-150 Lot 352 Samuel Prout (British, 1783-1852) Gondolas on a Venetian canal watercolour, signed 10½ x 15½in (26½ x 39½cm). £120-150 See Illustration.

Lot 353 English School (19th century) Wise men bearing gifts watercolour, indistinctly signed 8½ x 18½in (21½ x 47cm). £100-120 See Back Cover Illustration. Lot 354 American School (Early 20th century) Three masted frigate flying an American flag inside a port watercolour, indistinctly signed and dated ‘11 7¼ x 10in (18.5 x 25.5cm) £250-300 See Illustration.

Lot 356 Victorian mahogany patent commode with brass plaque ‘Soule, Peckham patent 31/10/64’ the oval tapestry covered removable top above a fluted column with dodecagon platform base, 16in (41cm) wide, 17in (43cm) high. £30-50 Lot 357 Pair of mahogany hall chairs with shield shaped backs and two turned front supports with two outswept back supports (2). £40-60 Lot 358 An Edwardian inlaid mahogany centre table of oval form with inlaid centre, raised on four cabriole supports united by an undertier. £60-80


Lot 355 A good quality figured and inlaid Victorian corner whatnot circa 1860, with four graduated demilune tiers, the top with three turned finials and pierced fretwork above a wavy-edged frieze, with matching decoration to the three lower tiers, set on three short turned supports with ceramic castors, 55in (140cm) high, the base 28in (71cm) wide. £300-400 See Illustration. 355


Lot 359 World War I crested china model of a tank by Clarence Crest China, Reg. No. 653588 with Newark Upon Trent Crest, together with a WWI crested china mono aeroplane with identical crest by the same maker (lacking propeller) (2). £20-25 Lot 360 Thirty one silver shooting prize coffee spoons various makers, early 20th century, with engraved crossed rifles, weight 60oz (31). £140-160 Lot 361 An opal and red stone locket on chain various rings, chains and other jewellery. £50-70 Lot 362 A 19th century corkscrew with turned rosewood grip, suspension ring and original dusting brush, the steel shaft and worm in undamaged and original condition, (12 x 14cm). £40-50 Lot 363 Clark, Leonard Sark Discovered, The Prospect of an Island, Revised Edition published 1971 with dust jacket, together with five other paperback books and publications of Sark interest (6). £25-30


Channel Islands auCtIons Lot 364 Elizabeth College, Guernsey, school prize book The poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott, published by A & C. Black, London, presented to John Joseph Freeman, a pupil at Elizabeth College, Guernsey, for Arithmetic 1866. £30-40 Lot 365 Appointment with Venus a pamphlet detailing the members of cast from the film including David Niven, & the story about the film, together with an advertising flyer relating to the film (2). £50-70 Lot 366 Appointment with Venus an English £1 banknote signed by some of the members of the cast, together with a reproduced still image of actors filming a scene during the film (2). £80-100 Lot 367 A bound Valuation & Inventory “La Piette” St Georges Esplanade, Guernsey the contents of above, by W.E.Hurcomb, Valuer and Auctioneer, Calder House, Piccadilly W.I. , the property of Mrs P.E. Robilliard. Made for the purposes of Insurance, taken this 27th day of June 1930, together with a photograph of The Drawing Room, La Piette, Articles of Association of Piette Saw and Planning Mills Limited, and a photograph of the staff at La Piette Saw Mills. £50-70 See Inside Front Cover Illustration. Lot 368 Photograph depicting the Royal Visit to Guernsey 1921 the interior of St George’s Hall, Guernsey, together with a photograph of Queen Mary arriving outside the hall and later on inside the hall, where the chairs that are in Lot 347 are visible. £25-30 Lot 369 An album of Sark photographs circa 1935, compiled by Dilworth Quentin Fox (1905-1993), depicting Creux Harbour, all the principal bays, coastline, caves, pools etc in Sark. £50-70 Lot 370 An Edwardian postcard album containing approx. 200 postcards. £80-120

Lot 371 A Portland album of world stamps together with three similar albums The Diplomat, The Ideal and The Liberty (4). £100-140 Lot 372 Three Thomas Bramley of Guernsey postcards all of World War I interest, Inspection of Troops, R.G.L.I returned from war & Victory March of our lads, together with seven other postcards of military interest (10). £30-40 Lot 373 A Thomas Bramley of Guernsey postcard depicting St Martin’s Mission Sunday school picnic July 11th 1918, together with postcards of Channel Island and UK interest, booklets of French postcards and a Jersey views Album (a qty). £30-40 Lot 374 Julian Trevelyan (British, 1910-1988) Schooner coloured aquatint signed in pencil & numbered 43/150 13½ x 18½in (34½ x 47cm). £200-250 Lot 375 A Bailiwick of Guernsey map late 19th century, with hand colouring, engraved by J. & C. Walker, 7½ x 9¼in (18½ x 23½cm). £20-30 Lot 376 Two States of Guernsey banknotes denomination Ten Shillings, No 2A 1333, dated 1st August 1945, signed A.E.Marquand, together with another 3A 1343 dated 1st January 1950 (2). £50-70 Lot 377 Two States of Guernsey banknotes denomination Ten Shillings, Number 8F 2955 dated 1st September 1957, signed L.A.Guillemette, together with another Number 9T 2965 dated 1st July 1958 (2). £60-80 Lot 378 A States of Guernsey banknote denomination One Pound, Number 3R 3377 dated 1st August 1945 signed A.E. Marquand. £120-150 Lot 379 A States of Guernsey banknote denomination One Pound, Number 4Y 2469, dated 1st August 1945, signed A.E.Marquand. £120-150 38

Lot 380 Two States of Guernsey banknotes denomination One Pound, Number 15B 0707 dated 1st September 1956, together with Number 23U 0399 dated 1st June 1959, each signed L.A.Guillemette (2). £100-140 Lot 381 After John Sullivan (British 19th century) La Vier St Peter Port, Guernsey, oval hand coloured lithograph. 14 x 18in (35½ x 46cm). £15-25 Lot 382 After Phillip John Ouless (British, 1817-1885) Her Majesty Queen Victoria’s progress through Broad Street, Jersey, 9 x 13in (23 x 33cm), together with three others from the same series, plus others (6). £100-140 Lot 383 A framed napkin of Guernsey interest printed on crepe paper ‘Souvenir in Honour of the visit to Guernsey September 23rd 1905 of H.R.H. The Duke of Connaught, 9 x 8½in, together with 3 others (4). £30-50 Lot 384 H.B.Wimbush & Edith Carey The Channel Islands, published A. & C. Black, with blue boards and 76 coloured illustration within, together with the Channel Islands by Joseph.E. Morris and Channel Islands WaterColours by Henry B. Wimbush, illustrated (3). £30-50 Lot 385 A book of Channel Islands postal history interest L.Marr & M.Wieneke, ‘Kanalinsen Porteschichthches Handburch Zur Deutschen Besetzung 1940-45’ Limited to 150 copies, £65-70 Lot 386 A carton of Channel Islands interest books £30-50 Lot 387 A carton of Channel Islands interest books £30-50 Lot 388 A carton of Channel Islands interest books £30-50


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