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Lot 73

PICTURES, PRINTS, BOOKS & EPHEMERA, and ANTIQUE FURNITURE & OBJECTS

Saturday 23rd January 2010 at 10.30 a.m.


GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALE 1.

2. (a) (b)

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(d) (e)

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(c) (d)

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VENDORS CONDITIONS

Definitions. In these Conditions Semley Auctioneers, who act only as auctioneers and agents for the vendor, are called “The Auctioneers”, and the representative of Semley Auctioneers conducting the Auction is called “The Auctioneer”. General. Whilst Semley Auctioneers make every effort to ensure the accuracy of their catalogue and the description of any lot: Each lot as set out in the catalogue or as divided or combined with any other lot or lots is sold by the vendor with all faults, imperfections and errors of descriptions. Semley Auctioneers do not accept responsibility for the authenticity, attribution, genuineness, origin, authorship, date, age, period, condition or quality of any lot, unless they have been instructed in writing by the vendor so to certify, and in such case the Auctioneers do so as agents of the vendor and are not themselves responsible for such claims. All statements, whether printed in the catalogue or made orally, as to any of the matters set out in (b) above are statements of opinion only and are not to be taken as being or implying any warranties or representations of fact by Semley Auctioneers, unless they have been instructed in writing by the vendors so to certify, and in such case the Auctioneers do so as agents of the vendor and are not themselves responsible for such claims. Any claim under any Statute must be received in writing by the Auctioneer within ten days of the day of sale. Semley Auctioneers reserve the right at their absolute discretion to refuse admission to their premises or attendance at their sales, without giving any reason therefore. The Auction The Auctioneer has absolute discretion to divide any lot, to combine any two or more lots, to withdraw any lot or lots from the sale, to refuse bids, regulate bidding or cancel the sale without in any case giving any reason or without previous notice. He may bid on behalf of the vendor for all goods which are being offered subject to reserve or at the Auctioneer’s discretion. The highest bidder shall be the buyer except in the case of a dispute. If during the auction the Auctioneer considers that a dispute has arisen, he has absolute discretion to settle it or to re-offer the lot. The Auctioneer may at his sole discretion determine the advance of bidding or refuse a bid. Each lot is put up for sale subject to any reserve price placed by the vendor. Where there is no reserve price (but not otherwise) the seller has the right to bid either personally or by any one person (who may be the Auctioneer). All conditions, notices, descriptions, statements and other matters in the catalogue and elsewhere concerning any lot are subject to any statements modifying or affecting the same made by the Auctioneer from the rostrum prior to any bid being accepted for the lot.

Default. Semley Auctioneers disclaim responsibility for default by either the buyer or the vendor because they act as agents for the vendor only and therefore do not pay out to the vendor until payment is received from the buyer. Instructions given by telephone are accepted at sender’s risk and must be confirmed in writing forthwith.

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In the event of a sale by private treaty both the vendor and the buyer agree to be bound by the General and any Special Conditions of Sale.

Instructions. As Semley Auctioneers are auctioneers, all goods delivered to Semley Auctioneers’ premises will be deemed to be delivered for sale by Auction unless otherwise stated in writing and will be catalogued and sold at Semley Auctioneers’ discretion and accepted by Semley Auctioneers subject to all the Sale Conditions. The Auctioneers have sole discretion as to cataloguedescription, type of Sale, and grouping of items submitted for auction. The Auctioneers may decline to accept for sale any item without giving any reason therefore. By delivering the goods to Semley Auctioneers for inclusion in their auction sales each vendor acknowledges that he or she has accepted and agreed to be bound by all these conditions. The right is reserved to charge 15% of the Auctioneer’s mid estimate of any item(s) withdrawn from sale having been accepted for sale, together with all other charges incurred. VAT is payable on all charges. The Auctioneers may exercise a lien on any such item(s).

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Collections. Semley Auctioneers do not themselves usually undertake the collection of goods but will, if required in writing, instruct a contractor on the vendors behalf in their capacity as agents. Semley Auctioneers disclaim all responsibility for loss or damage to goods or for unauthorised removal of goods to and for damage to premises caused by the contractor who should be insured for such risks. Unless instructions are received to the contrary the charge for these services will be normally deducted from the proceeds of sale.

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Loss or Damage. Semley Auctioneers disclaim all responsibility for loss or damage to goods or for unauthorised removal of goods unless caused by the direct negligence of their employees.

10. Storage. Semley Auctioneers reserve the right to store or arrange for the storage of goods delivered to them for sale either on their own premises or elsewhere at their sole discretion. They exempt themselves from any liability for loss or damage to goods delivered to their sale rooms without sufficient sale instructions and reserve the right to make a minimum storage charge of 50p per lot per day for such goods (unless the loss or damage is caused by the negligence of their employees). 11.

Right to Sell. Vendors will be charged for goods left on the premises if the vendor has been requested to remove them and if the goods are not removed within fourteen days of such request Semley Auctioneers reserve the right to sell the goods to defray costs and storage charges.

12. Insurance. (a). Unless otherwise instructed in writing all goods on Semley Auctioneers’premises and in their custody will be held insured against the risks of fire, theft following forcible entry and water damage (but not against accidental breakage or damage) for which insurance Semley Auctioneers will charge a premium of £1.50 per £100 (minimum 1p). The value of the goods so covered shall be the gross amount realised, or in the case of unsold lots the best bid, or in the case of goods withdrawn prior to a sale that which the specialised staff of Semley Auctioneers shall in their absolute discretion estimate to be the auction value of such goods.

Rescission. Notwithstanding any other terms of these Conditions, if within ten days after the sale Semley Auctioneers have received from the buyer of any lot notice in writing that in his view the lot is a deliberate forgery, and within fourteen days after such notification the buyer returns the same to Semley Auctioneers in the same condition as at the time of sale and by producing evidence, the burden of proof to be upon the buyer, satisfies Semley Auctioneers that considered in the light of the entry in the catalogue the lot is a deliberate forgery, then the sale of the lot will be rescinded and the purchase price of the same refunded. In the event of a dispute then the matter shall be settled by arbitration, the arbitrator to be nominated by the President of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. Both the buyer and the vendor agree to be bound by the decision.

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(b). Semley Auctioneers shall not be responsible for damage to or the loss, theft or destruction of any goods not so insured upon the owner’s written instructions. (c). Semley Auctioneers shall not be responsible for accident breakage, loss or damage howsoever caused unless directly caused by the negligence of their employees.

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Saturday 23rd January 2010 at 10.30 a.m. PICTURES, PRINTS, BOOKS & EPHEMERA, and ANTIQUE FURNITURE & OBJECTS Viewing Times Thursday 21st January 9.00 a.m to 5.30 p.m. Friday 22nd January - 9.00 a.m. to 9.00 p.m. and Morning of Sale from 9.00 a.m. To be sold in Salerooms Two and Three Catalogue: ÂŁ5.00 Front Cover Illustration : Lot 73 Sale No: 174 Semley Auctioneers Station Road, Semley, Shaftesbury, Dorset SP7 9AN Telephone: (01747) 855 122 Fax: (01747) 855 222


Third Party Liability: Every person on Semley Auctioneers’ premises at any time shall be deemed to be there at his own risk. He shall have no claim against Semley Auctioneers in respect of any accident which may occur or injury, damage or loss howsoever caused, save insofar as the injury, damage or loss shall be caused by the direct negligence of Semley Auctioneers’ employees.

Semley Auctioneers will endeavour to advise successful commission bidders as soon as possible. However, we cannot accept responsibility for this and therefore suggest to all commission bidders that they enquire as to whether or not they were successful or not at the end of the sale or shortly thereafter.

Special Notices: Prospective buyers are advised to take heed of any special notices displayed in the salerooms or announced from the rostrum as these may affect or invalidate statements made in the catalogue or printed elsewhere.

Telephone Bids: There are a limited number of telephone lines. Any buyer wishing to bid by this method should book and confirm in writing not less than 24 hours prior to the commencement of the sale. However, it should be noted that the auctioneers may be unable to contact the intending bidder at the desired time and therefore such requests will be entirely at the risk of the intending bidder. This service is only available for lots expected to realise more than £500.

Buyer’s Registration: All prospective buyers must register with the clerk and obtain a bidding number prior to the commencement of the sale. This number, once issued, is permanent and applicable to all sales conducted by Semley Auctioneers. Proof of identity may be required. Semley Auctioneers reserve the right to refuse bids from or to re-offer lots bought by buyers whose identities have not been satisfactorily established. It is appreciated if registration can be completed before the day of the sale.

Export Licences: An export licence is required for certain items and others above a certain value leaving the United Kingdom. The obtaining of a relevant licence is the responsibility of the buyer. Condition of Lots: While an identification of damage is given in some instances, an absence of such advise does not imply that a lot is free from defect. Prospective buyers are strongly advised to inspect any lot on which they intend to bid. All weights and measurements are approximate and should be verified by intending buyers.

Buyer’s Premium: A premium of 17.5% plus VAT at the standard rate will be charged on the hammer price of each lot. V.A.T.: All lots marked with an asterisk (*) are subject to VAT on the hammer price in addition to the Buyer’s Premium. We operate under the VAT Margin Scheme.

Payment: Payment may be made by cash, banker’s draft, or cheque supported by a valid cheque guarantee card and provided that the amount does not exceed the limit stated on that card. Cheques in excess of their guaranteed limit will only be accepted if prior arrangement has been made with the auctioneers.

General Conditions of Sale: These may be found at the back of the catalogue. Rate of Sale: Approximately 120 lots per hour. This may vary and the auctioneers cannot be held responsible for a buyer missing a lot.

We also accept debit cards and some (but not all) credit cards. There is a surcharge of 2% on the total invoice for payments made by credit card. A charge is made for electronic transfers to our bank. Our bankers are Barclays Bank PLC Shaftesbury Branch Mid Wessex Group King George Street Yeovil Somerset. BA20 1PX Sort Code: 20-99-40 Account number.. 40796948

Estimates: These are intended only as a guide to prospective buyers. Any bid between the listed figures would, in our opinion, offer a fair chance of success. However, the degree of competition for a lot may cause it to sell above or below the given estimates. Estimates can be subject to revision so it is advisable to enquire of any change nearer the time of the sale. Estimates do not include the Buyer’s Premium. Commission Bids (Absentee Bidding): We will be pleased to execute bids on behalf of intending buyers, and no charge is made for this service. All bids are treated in strict confidence and the auctioneers undertake to purchase lots as cheaply as permitted by other bids and any reserves. If more than one bid for the same lot is received the bidding shall commence at one bid above the underbidder’s maximum bid. Where identical bids are left for the same lot the earlier bid left will take precedence. Bidding slips are available from the office and can be found at the back of the catalogue. All bidding slips must be signed. Faxed bids may also be sent. However, these must include the name, address, daytime telephone number and signature of the intending buyer. No responsibility will be accepted for taxed bids or bids taken over the telephone. All written bids must be submitted to the clerk before the commencement of the sale. The auctioneers accept no responsibility for wrong lot numbers entered. Please note all bids are subject to Buyer’s Premium as stated.

Clearing: No lot may be removed from the salerooms before full payment has been received and a receipted invoice shown. All lots must be cleared not later than 13.00 hours on the third working day following the sale unless prior arrangement has been made with the auctioneers. Delivery: Delivery of goods can be arranged through our ‘in-house’ carriers service who charge a competitive rate. Early bookings are advised. Buyers are reminded that the onus is on them for the prompt removal of purchases from the salerooms. Postage: A charge is made for items requiring packing and postage, on receipt of which the goods will be dispatched. 


Please Note the Buyer’s Premium of 17.5% plus VAT PICTURES, PRINTS, BOOKS & EPHEMERA, Saleroom Two Books

Lot 4

Lot 9 3

Property of a lady - SCOTT, Walter - ‘Waverley Novels’ - complete set of forty-eight volumes, Cadell, Edinburgh & Whittaker, London, 1829-1834, leather with marbled boards, one with spine missing & detached boards, one with spine & boards detached (48) (see illustration). £100-200

4

Property of a gentleman - WHYMPER, Edward - ‘Scrambles Amongst The Alps In The Years 1860-69’ - second edition, London, John Murray, 1871, full leather with gilt (see illustration). Footnote - pasted library plate with Brocklebank coat of arms (Brocklebank impaled with Royds forThomas Brocklebank, second son of Ralph Brocklebank). £50-100

5

Property of a gentleman - three children’s books, comprising early edition of Rudyard Kipling’s ‘Just So Stories’, in red pictorial boards (no white flaking) (title page missing); Norman Hunter’s ‘The Incredible Adventures of Professor Branestawm’, John Lane, The Bodley Head, 1933; and Jules Verne’s ‘Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Seas’, Sampson Low, Marston & Co. Ltd., circa 1903 by school presentation label (3).

6

Property of a gentleman - four travel books including Brig. Gen. Hon. C.G. Bruce, C.B. - ‘Himalayan Wanderer’ - London, Alexander Maclehose & Co., 1934, blue cloth boards (4).

7

Property of a gentleman - Royal Commission on Historical Monuments - ‘An Inventory of Historical Monuments in the County of Dorset’ - volume three, central Dorset, parts one & two (two volumes), Her Majesty’s Stationery Office, 1970, with dust jackets, in cardboard box.

8

Property of a deceased estate - ROCQUE, John - ‘An Exact Survey of the City’s of London Westminster ye Borough of Southwark and the Country near 10 Miles Round London’ and ‘A Plan of the Cities of London and Westminster and Borough of Southwark with the Contiguous Buildings from an Actual Survey’ - two parts in one, 1971, edited by Harry Margary with introductory notes by James Howgego, 16 plus 24 maps, elephant folio, soft cover.

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Lot 3 1

Property of a gentleman - ALEXANDER, William - ‘The Costume of China’ - complete with forty-eight coloured engravings, London, William Miller, 1805, unbound (see illustration). £300-500

2

Property of a deceased estate - DICKENS, Charles - ‘All The Year Round’ - complete set of twenty volumes, 1859-1868, in half leather with marbled boards (20) (see illustration). £200-300 


9

Property of a lady - TWAIN, Mark (Samuel L. Clemens) - ‘Life on the Mississippi’ - first edition, London, Chatto & Windus, 1883, with publisher’s catalogue dated October 1884, red pictorial boards; together with TWAIN, Mark (Samuel L. Clemens) - ‘A Yankee at the Court of King Arthur’ - first edition, London, Chatto & Windus, 1889, with publisher’s catalogue dated June 1889, red pictorial boards; TWAIN, Mark (Samuel L. Clemens) - ‘Roughing It and The Innocents at Home’ - new edition, London, Chatto & Windus, 1885, with publisher’s catalogue dated April 1887, red pictorial boards; and TWAIN, Mark (Samuel L. Clemens), ed. - ‘Joan of Arc’ - London, Chatto & Windus, 1896, with publisher’s catalogue dated November 1896, blue pictorial boards (4) (see illustration).

10

Property of a lady - KIPLING, Rudyard - ‘Kim’ - first edition, London, Macmillan, 1901, red pictorial boards (see illustration).

11

Property of a lady - KIPLING, Rudyard - ‘The Jungle Book’ and ‘The Second Jungle Book’ - first editions, London, Macmillan, 1894 (June reprint) and 1895, gilt embossed blue pictorial boards (2) (see illustration).

12

Property of a gentleman - set of five children’s books with tipped colour illustrations, comprising - ‘Hans Andersen’s Fairy Tales with Illustrations by W. Heath Robinson’; ‘Stories from The Arabian Nights Retold by Laurence Housman with drawings by Edmund Dulac’; ‘Peter Pan and Wendy by J.M. Barrie Illustrated in Colour and Black & White by Mabel Lucie Attwell’; ‘The Bible Story by William Canton’; and ‘Edmund Dulac’s Fairy Book Fairy Tales’ - Hodder & Stoughton, undated, 1920’s, gilt decorated red cloth boards (5) (see illustration). £50-100

13

Property of a gentleman - set of five children’s books with colour illustrations, comprising - STEEL, Flora Annie - ‘English Fairy Tales Illustrated by Arthur Rackham’ - London, Macmillan, 1922; KINGSLEY, Charles - ‘The Water-Babies’ - illustrated by Warwick Goble, London, Macmillan, 1922; JAMES, Grace - ‘Green Willow’ - illustrated by Warwick Goble, London, Macmillan, 1923; ‘The Fairy Book’ - by the author of ‘John Halifax, Gentleman’, illustrated by Warwick Goble, London, Macmillan, 1923; and HARRIS, Joel Chandler - ‘Nights with Uncle Remus’ - illustrated by J.A. Shepherd, London, Chatto & Windus, new impression, 1925 - gilt decorated red cloth boards (5) (see illustration). £50-100

14

Property of a gentleman - ALDRIDGE, Alan & PLOMER, William - ‘The Butterfly Ball and the Grasshopper’s Feast - first edition, 1973, with loose invitation card, signed by Alan Aldridge, Nov. 1973.

15

Property of a lady - BAUM, L. Frank - ‘Wizard of Oz, The Original Story on which the film is based’ - with 8 colour stills from the film & line illustrations by W.W. Denlow, first edition thus (1939), Hutchinson, London, pictorial boards.

16

Small quantity of books, mostly antique glass related, including one signed by the author (on half of one shelf).

17

Property of a deceased estate - LYDEKKER, R. - ‘Wild Life Of The World’ - complete three-volume set, London, Frederick Warne & Co., in quarter tan leather with green leather & cloth boards (3).

18

Property of a deceased estate - four books on motoring including BODDY, William - ‘The History of Brooklands Motor Course 1906-1940’ - first edition, Grenville Publishing Company, London, 1957, blue cloth with dust-jacket (4).

19

Property of a lady - two boxes containing assorted antiques & collecting related books (2).

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Property of a lady - GOLDSMITH, Oliver - ‘A History of the Earth and Animated Nature’ - complete four-volume set with colour plates, London, printed by Henry Fisher, at the Caxton-Press, green leather & cloth bindings (4). £50-80

21

WORTLEY AXE, Prof. J. - ‘The Horse, Its Treatment in Health and Disease’ - complete set of nine volumes, London, The Gresham Publishing Company, 1906; together with two other books (11).

22

Box containing two scrap albums & assorted books.

23

MACCULLOCH, J. - ‘Remarks on the Art of Making Wine’ - fourth edition, London, Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown & Green, 1829, green cloth.

24

OCKLEY, Simon - ‘The History of the Saracens’ - two-volume set, the first volume inscribed second edition & dated 1718, London, Knaplock, the second volume dated 1718, London, Lintot, full calf (2) (see illustration). £50-80

25

FABER, George Stanley - ‘A Dissertation on the Mysteries of the Cabiri’ - two-volume set, Oxford, University Press, 1803, with fold-out plate to Vol. I, re-bound (2). £60-90

26

BROWNE, Hyde Mathis - ‘The Apothecary’s Vade Mecum’ - London, sold by J. Murray et alia, 1811; together with CORNARO, Lewis - ‘Sure Methods of Attaining a Long and Healthful Life’ - fortieth edition, Cheltenham, G.A. Williams, 1821; and ‘Coffin’s Botanical Journal and Medical Reformer’ - three volumes, Manchester, British Medico-Botanic Press, 1849-1852 (5 books in lot).

27

Property of a deceased estate - an Eagle Annual Number One.

28

Two boxes containing assorted books including MABBUT, George - ‘Sir Isaac Newton’s Tables for Renewing and Purchasing the Leases of Cathedrals, Churches and Colleges’, printed for Thomas Astley, sixth edition, and WODEHOUSE, P.G. - ‘Stiff Upper Lip, Jeeves’, Herbert Jenkins, 1963, first edition, with dust jacket. £50-100

29

SCOTT, Sir Walter - ‘Waverley Novels’ - Illustrated Edition, complete set of forty-eight volumes, Edinburgh, Adam & Charles Black, 1877, calf with marbled boards (48). £50-100

30

Property of a deceased estate - five C19th French theatrical books, comprising FOURNIER, Edouard - ‘Le Theatre Francais au XVI et au XVII Siecle’ - Paris, Laplace, Sanchez et Cie., with colour illustrations; JANIN, Jules - ‘ChefsD’Oeuvre Dramatiques du XVIII Siecle’ - Paris, Laplace, Sanchez et Cie., 1872, with colour illustrations; ‘Oeuvres de P. Corneille’ - Paris, Laplace, Sanchez et Cie., 1877, with colour illustrations; FOURNIER, Edouard - ‘Theatre de L.B. Picard’ - Paris, Laplace, Sanchez et Cie., 1880, with colour illustrations; and FOURNIER, Edouard - ‘Oeuvres de J. De La Fontaine’ - Paris, Laplace, Sanchez et Cie., 1877 (5). £50-100

31

Property of a deceased estate - GRAND-CARTERET, John - ‘XIX Siecle’ - Paris, Librairie de Firmin-Didot et Cie., 1893 (see illustration). £50-100

32

Property of a deceased estate - twelve assorted books including ‘Erasmus in Praise of Folly’, London, Reeves & Turner, 1876, half leather with marbled boards, ‘The Poetical Works of Oliver Goldsmith’ with pasted-in proof plates, London, Alexander Strahan, 1888, half blue leather with blue cloth boards, and several early C20th limited edition volumes, some in slip-cases (12) (see illustration). £50-100

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33

Property of a deceased estate - three books - DUCHARTRE, Pierre Louis (translated by Randolph T. Weaver) - ‘The Italian Comedy’ - Harrap, 1929, with dust-jacket; FELLOWES, E.H. (ed.) - ‘Songs & Lyrics from the plays of Beaumont and Fletcher’ - Ethcells, 1928, number 327 of a limited edition of 345, with dust-jacket; and ‘Of Dramatick Poesie, an essay 1668, by John Dryden, preceded by a dialogue on Poetic Drama by T.S. Eliot’ - Etchells & Macdonald, 1928, number 292 of a limited edition of 580 copies, with dustjacket (3) (see illustration). £50-100

34

Property of a deceased estate - BRAYLEY, Edward Wedlake - ‘A Topographical History of Surrey’ - complete set of five volumes, first editions, London, Willis, 1850, in excess of 120 steel engravings, bound in green half leather with marbled boards (5) (see illustration). £80-120

35

Property of a deceased estate - JAMES, Edward - ‘The Next Volume’ - rare 1932 first edition, London, The James Press, with decorations by Rex Whistler, with glassine cover (see illustration). Footnote - only 86 of the stated limited edition of 500 copies of the 1st edition were bound before James halted the run having had second thoughts about his opening poem ‘By the grave of Shelley’. It was seven years before he produced a revised edition. £80-120

36

Property of a deceased estate - a box containing assorted books including SMITH, William - ‘Dictionary of Classical Antiquities’, Taylor & Walton, 1842, and MAY, J. Lewis & AUSTEN, John - ‘Manon Lescaut’, Bles, 1928.

37

Property of a deceased estate - BEAUMONT, Cyril W. - ‘The History of Harlequin’ - London, Beaumont, 1926, number 204 of a limited edition of 325 copies, with dust-jacket.

38

Property of a deceased estate - two boxes containing geographical related books including five volumes The Royal Commission on Historical Monuments LONDON (volumes II, III, IV & V, 1925, 1928, 1929 & 1930) and MIDDLESEX (1937) (2).

39

Property of a deceased estate - four boxes containing literature related books including set of sixteen volumes Thomas Hardy’s Wessex Novels, Macmillan, 1923-1937 (4).

40

Property of a deceased estate - SUMICHRAST, Professor S.C. de - ‘The Complete Works of Theophile Gautier’ - complete set of twelve volumes, Athenaeum Press, circa 1910, red cloth with gilt top edges (12).

41

Property of a deceased estate - STRANGE, Lt. Col. E.F. - ‘Old Furniture’ - complete run, volumes I to IX, 1927-1930, the first in black cloth with gilt lettering, the remainder in four matching green half-leather bindings (5). £50-100

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Lot 44

Property of a deceased estate - a box containing theatre & music related books including a complete set of four volumes Chambers ‘Elizabethan Stage’, Clarendon, 1923, and a complete set of five volumes plus supplement ‘Grove’s Dictionary of Music & Musicians’, Macmillan, 1927.

43

Property of a deceased estate - three boxes containing history & biographical books including a complete set of six volumes Macaulay’s ‘History of England’, Macmillan, 1913, in blue cloth (3).

44

Property of a lady - OWEN, Wilfred - ‘Poems by Wilfred Owen’ with an introduction by Siegfried Sassoon - rare first edition, London, Chatto & Windus, 1920, in original red cloth (see illustration). £800-1200

Ephemera



45

Property of a lady - a small postage stamp collection, mostly South American.

46

Album containing useful Great Britain postage stamp collection; together with another album and some loose sleeves containing postage stamps including some on covers (a lot). £200-300

47

Property of a lady - a small collection of postage stamps including a Penny Black & three Twopenny Blues, in one album.


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48

Property of a lady - a box containing aeronautical magazines & ephemera including 64 issues of aircraft Profile Publications and signed prints including a print of a Jaguar fighter from 54 Squadron signed by members of the squadron (a lot). £50-100

49

Property of a lady - a late C19th / early C20th picture postcard album including many French examples showing Middle Eastern or North African scenes. £50-100

50

Small collection of postage stamps including George V ‘Sea Horses’ half crown & five shillings used examples, and early German examples.

51

Box containing eight World War I silk greetings cards; together with a quantity of assorted picture postcards. £50-80

52

Box containing a small collection of postage stamps & First Day Covers.

53

Property of a deceased estate - a small collection of cigarette cards, in box and in six albums (7).

54

Property of a deceased estate - two albums of late C19th / early C20th picture postcards & photographs including World War I images & humourous picture postcards by Donald McGill & Tom Browne (2) (see illustration for sample).

55

Property of a deceased estate - a postage stamp collection, in four albums & in box with related catalogues (5) (see illustration for sample). £100-200

56

Bag containing assorted picture postcards.

57

Postage stamp collection, in two albums (see illustration for sample). £50-100

58

Five Victorian cased ambrotypes including one depicting a gentleman in uniform, the largest pair 3.5 by 2.5ins. (8.9 by 6.4cms.) (excluding frames & cases) (5) (see illustration). £100-200

59

Property of a lady - a late C19th / early C20th greetings card album.

60

Box containing assorted photographs including eight C19th ambrotypes. £50-100


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62

Property of a lady - William Henderson (1903-1993) (artist) - sixty-nine large black & white photographs dating from the 1920’s, including views of China & America, and studies of sailors from S.S. Taiyo Maru, many of good artistic composition, most 15 by 9.4ins. (38.1 by 24cms.), in tatty leatherbound album (see illustration for sample). Footnote - William (‘Billy’) Henderson was a keen photographer & travelled widely, and these images illustrate the artistic eye of a young developing painter. £200-300

63

Property of a lady - William Henderson (1903-1993) (artist) - eighty-eight large black & white photographs of Greece, dating from 1939, including figural & architectural subjects, many of good artistic composition, most 14.75 by 11.9ins. (37.5 by 30.2cms.), in finely bound leather album (see illustration for sample). Footnote - William (‘Billy’) Henderson was a keen photographer & travelled widely, and these images illustrate the artistic eye of a developing painter. £100-200

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Property of a lady - William Henderson (1903-1993) (artist) - sixty-two large black & white photographs dating from the 1920’s, including views of China & America, and studies of sailors from S.S. Taiyo Maru, many of good artistic composition, most 14.5 by 11.1ins. (36.8 by 28.2cms.), in finely bound leather album by Henry T. Wood Ltd., London (see illustration for sample). Footnote - William (‘Billy’) Henderson was a keen photographer & travelled widely, and these images illustrate the artistic eye of a young developing painter. £200-300

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Property of a lady - musical interest - SCHUMANN, Clara Wieck (composer & pianist, 1819-1896)- a hand-written letter, Berlin 6 November ‘71; together with a hand-written card, dated 13 Nov. 90 (2) (see illustration). £100-150

66

Property of a lady - musical interest - STRAUSS, Dr. Richard (composer, 1864-1949) - a hand-written postcard to Frau Lieger from Freiburg 26.5.08 (see illustration). £50-100

67

Property of a lady - musical interest - HOLST, Imogen Claire C.B.E. (British composer & conductor, 1907-1984, only child of Gustav Holst) - a hand-written two-page letter to Marabel Gardiner (nee Hodgkin, wife of Rolf Gardiner), dated October 1st 1952, telling of Benjamin Britten asking her to work with him at Aldeburgh, Suffolk, on his new opera ‘Gloriana’ (see illustration).

68

Property of a lady - a folio of ephemera from the estate of Rolf Gardiner (1902-1971) including six hand-written letters from Frieda Lawrence (nee Richthofen, Baroness, 18791956, wife of D.H. Lawrence), four hand-written postcards from Dame Freya Stark D.B.E. (British travel writer, 18931993) and a hand-written letter (with typed transcript) from Hugo von Hofmannsthal (Austrian novelist, poet & dramatist, 1874-1929) (see illustration for sample). £50-100

69

Postage stamp collection, in two albums (non G.B.) (2).

70

Four albums & a small bundle of picture postcards & greetings cards including a few 1930’s views of Sierra Leone and comic examples by Mabel Lucie Attwell (5). £80-120

71

Victorian walnut Rowsell’s Patent Graphoscope stereoscope viewer by Murray & Heath, 69 Jermyn Street, London; together with approximately 106 stereoscopic slides including the band on the Great Eastern, the visit of H.R.H. The Prince of Wales to New Zealand, and Continental views (a lot) (see illustration). £200-300

72

Property of a charity - a postage stamp collection, in three albums, including useful G.B. (3) (see illustration for sample). £200-300

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Property of a lady - literary interest - HUXLEY, Aldous (author, 1894-1963) - a rare hand-written two-page letter to Rolf Gardiner, with La Groguette, Sanary (VAR) letterhead, dated 11.XI.32, discussing the philosophy of D.H. Lawrence (see illustration). £150-250 11


73

Property of a gentleman - the family photograph and scrap albums of Robert Grenville Harvey, 2nd Baronet, of Langley Park, Buckinghamshire, dating from the mid C19th to the early 1900’s, nearly all with hand-written captions, including visits to other houses & trips abroad. The overseas photographs, from the 1890’s to 1900’s, include India, China, Japan, Nepal, Siberia, East Africa, Algeria, Italy, Paris, Egypt, and Greece. Professional photographs among them include works by Langaki, Holmes, James Anderson and Sommer. Among the well-known people portrayed in the photographs are two of Winston Churchill as a young man, Emperor Napoleon III of France & his family, a rare photograph of Princess Frederick William of Hesse-Kassel (1825-1844) (youngest daughter of Tsar Nicholas I of Russia), the Duke & Duchess of Buckingham & Chandos, Lord & Lady Elibank and Sir Robert Bateson Harvey, 1st Baronet. The lot comprises seventeen albums (see illustration for sample) (17). Provenance – Robert Grenville Harvey, 2nd Baronet, of Langley Park, Buckinghamshire. (see front cover illustration) £2000-4000

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Property of a lady - Clare Veronica Hope Leighton (19011988) - PLOUGHING WITH HORSES - woodcut, 7.5 by 10ins. (19.1 by 25.4cms.) (I), mounted but unframed (see illustration). £100-150

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Property of a lady - Clare Veronica Hope Leighton (19011988) - SOWING SEEDS - woodcut, 8.25 by 10ins. (21 by 25.4cms.) (I), mounted but unframed (see illustration). £100-150

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Property of a lady - Clare Veronica Hope Leighton (19011988) - PIG MARKET - woodcut, 8 by 10.25ins. (20.3 by 26cms.) (I), mounted but unframed (see illustration). £100-150

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Property of a gentleman - Theophile Alexandre Steinlen (1859-1923 - “LA GRANDE SOEUR” - black & white etching, 8.9 by 6.6ins. (22.6 by 16.8cms.) (P), in glazed gilt frame (see illustration). £50-100

75

Property of a lady - BLAEU, Joan William (1596-1673) - ‘Leicestrensis Comitatus Leicester-shire’ - hand-coloured engraved map, 15.25 by 19.75ins. (38.7 by 50.2cms.) (P), in glazed double-sided ebonised frame with latin text verso. £50-80

76

Property of a gentleman of title - Albrecht Durer (14711528) - CHRIST APPEARS TO HIS MOTHER (Bartsch 46, Meder 155) - woodcut, circa 1510, 5 by 3.75ins. (12.7 by 9.5cms.), trimmed, in glazed Hogarth frame (see illustration). £200-300

77

Property of a gentleman of title - Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn (1606-1669) - CHRIST DRIVING THE MONEY-CHANGERS FROM THE TEMPLE (Bartsch 69) - etching, second state, 1635, 5.4 by 6.6ins. (13.7 by 16.7cms.) (P), in glazed Hogarth frame (see illustration). £800-1200

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Twenty-two Vanity Fair prints including cricketer ‘Bobby’ by Spy & nine other Spy examples, three framed, the remainder mounted but unframed (22) (see illustration for sample). £100-200

87

Property of a gentleman - William Monk R.E. (1863-1937) - ‘LONDON RIVER’ and ‘LONDON BRIDGE’ - two signed etchings, each 6.8 by 9.8ins. (17.3 by 24.9cms.) (P), in matching glazed ebonised frames (2). £50-80

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Property of a lady - Bernard Dunstan RA (b. 1920) - SEATED NUDE - signed limited edition lithograph, numbered 6/50, in glazed frame (see illustration).

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Property of a lady - Bernard Dunstan RA (b. 1920) - STREET SCENE - signed limited edition lithograph, numbered 29/50, in glazed frame (see illustration).

Property of a gentleman - two aquatints by F. Chesham and W. Ellis from the series of four entitled ‘The Memorable Victory of (The Battle of) the Nile’ (View 1st and View 2nd), in matching glazed Hogarth frames; together with three other framed prints (5). £50-80

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Property of a lady - Miriam Escofet (b. 1967) - a set of twelve limited edition botanical prints, in matching glazed frames, each 23.4 by 19.4ins. (59.4 by 49.3cms.) (overall) (12) (see illustration for sample). Provenance - purchased from Stephanie Hoppen, Walton Street, London. £200-300

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MORDEN, Robert - ‘The East Riding of Yorkshire’ - hand-coloured map engraving, in glazed ebonised frame; together with another map showing the Isle of Wight, in glazed ebonised frame; and three framed military prints (5).

90

Property of a gentleman - after Thomas Allum - a set of six coloured steel engravings from the book ‘Scenes of Life in China’ by Arthur Wilmore, published by Fisher & Son, London, 1860, in matching glazed gilt frames (6).

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Property of a gentleman - Henry Jackson Simpson (18931963) - ‘THE BURNSIDE’ - etching, 5.6 by 8.6ins. (14.2 by 21.9cms.) (P), unframed - signed & titled in the margin; together with two further signed etchings by John Fullwood (1883-1931) and Alfred Richard Blundell (1893-1968), both unframed; and two unframed Oriental prints (5).

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Property of a lady - four assorted framed & glazed prints including two C18th coloured engravings depicting stately homes & gardens (4). Property of a lady - after Maria Merian (1647-1717) - four C18th hand-coloured botanical & entomological engravings from ‘Voortteeling en Wonderbaerlyke Veranderingen der Surinaamsche Insecten’, published Amsterdam 1730, each approx. 14 by 11ins. (36 by 28cms.) (P) (4) (see illustration for sample). Provenance - purchased from Trowbridge Gallery, London. £200-300

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Property of a gentleman - Erte (Romain de Tirtoff) (Russian, 1892-1990) - NUMBER FOUR, FROM THE ‘NUMERALS’ SERIES, 1968 - signed limited edition lithograph in colours, number 67 of 75, 23.8 by 18.2ins. (60.5 by 46.2cms.) (I), in aluminium frame (see illustration). Footnote - this print is from the first series of limited edition prints produced by Erte following the success of his 1967 New York show. A later serigraph edition of 350 of this series was produced. £200-300

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Property of a gentleman - Erte (Romain de Tirtoff) (Russian, 1892-1990) - NUMBER FIVE, FROM THE ‘NUMERALS’ SERIES, 1968 - signed limited edition lithograph in colours, number 67 of 75, 23.8 by 18.2ins. (60.5 by 46.2cms.) (I), in aluminium frame (see illustration). Footnote - this print is from the first series of limited edition prints produced by Erte following the success of his 1967 New York show. A later serigraph edition of 350 of this series was produced. £200-300

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Property of a gentleman - twenty-eight C19th coloured engravings, plus the title page & dedication page from ‘Tombleson’s Thames’, mounted in fourteen glazed gilt frames (14) (see illustration for sample). £120-180

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Box containing unframed C19th & later prints, some in mounts (a lot).

96

Property of a lady - after Richard Cosway - ‘MARIA COSWAY’ and ‘MRS. COSWAY’- two engravings, the former by Bartolozzi, the latter by Schiavonetti, both framed (2). 14

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Property of a lady - SPEED, John - ‘Darbieshire’ - hand-coloured map engraving, 15 by 20ins. (38.1 by 50.8cms.) (P), in glazed frame - sold by Bassett and Chiswell (see illustration). £80-120

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Property of a lady - SPEED, John - ‘Cornwall’ - uncoloured map engraving, 15.7 by 19.7ins. (39.9 by 50cms.) (I), in glazed double-sided frame - sold by Sudbury & Humble (see illustration). £80-120

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Property of a lady - JANSSON, Jan - ‘Graecia Maior’ - handcoloured map engraving, 14.85 by 19.85ins. (37.7 by 50.4cms.) (I), in glazed frame (see illustration). £80-120


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Property of a lady - OGILBY, John - ‘A New Map of the Kingdom of England & Dominion of Wales’ - hand-coloured map engraving, 14.55 by 19.3ins. (37 by 49cms.) (I), in glazed frame (see illustration). £80-120

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Property of a lady - BLAEU, Joan - ‘Buckinghamiensis Comitatus’ - hand-coloured map engraving, 16.7 by 10.6ins. (42.4 by 26.9cms.) (I), in glazed frame; together with a later framed map of Wiltshire (2) (see illustration). £50-80

102

Property of a deceased estate - David Law (1831-1902) THE SWAN INN BY MOONLIGHT - etching, 8.25 by 13.75ins. (21 by 34.9cms.), in glazed ebonised frame - signed in pencil in the margin; together with two etchings by Graham Clilverd; another by D. Deighton; another signed etching; and two engravings (all framed) (7) (see illustration for the first). £50-100

103

Property of a deceased estate - two C18th coloured engravings of London (Battersea & the north embankment), framed & glazed.

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Property of a deceased estate - two early C19th coloured engravings of Bombay, India, in glazed frames (2).

105

Property of a deceased estate - six assorted framed prints including C18th engraving of David Teniers II’s ‘La Femme Jalouse’ by Le Bas, and signed limited edition print of Durham by Norman Wade (6).

106

Property of a deceased estate - Fabrizio (“Fuz”) Caforio (modern Italian) - ‘KING CHEETAH’ and A RECLINING LEOPARD - three signed artist’s proof prints, the latter duplicated, all unframed (3).

107

Property of a deceased estate - Sir William Russell Flint (1880-1969) - STUDIES OF CECILIA - sepia & black print, published by Frost & Reed, 1959, signed in the margin lower right, with blindstamp lower left, in glazed frame (see illustration). £150-250

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Property of a lady - late C19th English school - PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG LADY - pastel, circular, 10.3ins. (26.2cms.) dia., in glazed gilt frame; together with a pair of gilt framed costume prints (3).

109

Property of a lady - late C19th / early C20th English school - ‘TEAL, MALE’ - watercolour, 9 by 7ins. (22.9 by 17.8cms.) (S), in glazed frame - indistinctly signed lower right; together with three ornithological prints (all framed) (4).

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Property of a deceased estate - Philip Naviasky (18941983) - PORTRAIT OF A GIRL - ink & wash drawing on a postcard, 5.2 by 3.1ins. (13.2 by 7.9cms.), in glazed frame - signed lower left; together with a HEAD STUDY etching by a different hand (2).

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Property of a deceased estate - Francis Henry Sikes (late C19th / early C20th British) - “SUNSET, OLERON” - oil on board, 4.9 by 8ins. (12.4 by 20.3cms.), in glazed frame - inscribed on reverse; together with another picture after Claude Monet - SUNRISE - watercolour, 2.5 by 4.1ins. (6.4 by 10.4cms.), in glazed frame - indistinctly initialled lower right & dated 1997 on reverse (2).

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Property of a deceased estate - three framed LANDSCAPE watercolours by Souter, A. Locke and Ford; together with a framed pastel drawing by E. Muntz (4).


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Property of a deceased estate - late C19th / early C20th French or Belgian school - LANDSCAPE - pastel, 10.2 by 14.2ins. (25.9 by 36.1cms.), in glazed gilt frame - signed lower right T. de B..... & dated 1901 (see illustration). £50-100

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Property of a gentleman - MGM - four Pink Panther animation drawings, circa 1980’s / 1990’s, in glazed mounts, each approx. 11 by 14ins. (28 by 35.5cms.) (overall) (4) (see illustration). Provenance - with SMC Fine Art. £50-100

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Property of a lady - Jenny Wynne-Jones (modern British) LANDSCAPE - pastel, 13.35 by 19.1ins. (33.9 by 48.5cms.), in glazed frame - initialled lower right.

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Property of a lady - Jenny Wynne-Jones (modern British) - STILL LIFE OF FRUIT - pastel, 11.25 by 14.85ins. (28.6 by 37.7cms.), in glazed frame - initialled lower right.

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Property of a lady - Jenny Wynne-Jones (modern British) - MOORED BOAT IN MOUNTAIN LAKE - pastel, 14.7 by 14.7ins. (37.3 by 37.3cms.), in glazed frame - initialled lower right.

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Property of a gentleman - Frances Catherine Dodgson nee Spooner (1883-1954) - ‘GARDEN STATUE BY TIETZ, VEITSHOCHHEIM’ - red chalk & sepia wash drawing, 14.2 by 10.2ins. (36 by 26cms.), in glazed gilt frame - signed lower right (see illustration). Provenance - with Colnaghi. Footnote - Frances was the daughter of William Archibald Spooner (1844-1930), an Anglican minister who famously unintentionally transposed spoken words or syllables, giving rise to the term ‘Spoonerism’. £80-120

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Property of a lady - Shields (C19th) - PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG LADY - charcoal & red crayon, 16.25 by 12.75ins. (41.3 by 32.4cms.), in glazed gilt composition frame - signed lower left & dated 1868 (see illustration). £80-120

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James Roybal (b. 1952) - THE ORCHESTRA - acrylic on canvas, 20 by 24ins. (51 by 61cms.), framed - signed lower right.

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Richard Ward (modern British) - A HOODED FALCON ON PERCH - acrylic, 20 by 14ins. (51 by 35.5cms.), in glazed frame - signed (see illustration). £600-800

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Property of a lady - six unframed C19th French Aubusson style floral textile cartoons, various shapes & sizes, four on canvas & two on paper (6).

123

Property of a deceased estate - John Strickland Goodall (1908-1996) - ‘BY THE NADDER’ - gouache, 10.6 by 14.4ins. (27 by 36.5cms.), in glazed frame - signed lower left (see illustration). Provenance - Summerleaze Gallery, 1997 (invoice, leaflet & label on reverse). £80-120


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Property of a deceased estate - John Ambrose (British, b. 1931) - ‘BALLOONS’, A BEACH SCENE WITH BALLOONS - gouache, 8.3 by 9.75ins. (21.1 by 24.8cms.), in glazed frame - signed lower left & labelled on reverse (see illustration). £80-120

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Sold on behalf of Cancer Research (UK) Ltd - E.P. Jones (early C20th British) - ‘HIGHFLYER, 1873’, A CUTTER IN FULL SAIL - watercolour, 8.5 by 13.45ins. (21.6 by 34.2cms.), unframed - signed lower right & dated ‘20.

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Property of a gentleman - Guillermo Meza (Mexican, 19171997) - “ESTUDIO ACADEMICO” - pastel, 35 by 25.4ins. (89 by 65cms.), framed - signed lower right & dated 1965 (see illustration). Provenance - Salon De La Plastica Mexicana, Havre (Instituto Nacional De Bellas Artes), 1965. A copy of the original invoice is included with this lot. £300-500

Arthur Anderson Fraser (1861-1904) - ‘ON THE DOWNS, SUSSEX’ - watercolour, 6.7 by 9.3ins. (17 by 23.6cms.), in glazed frame - inscribed on reverse. £80-120

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John Surtees (1817-1915) - ‘THE CHURCHES ON THE AVENTINE HILL, ROME’ - watercolour, 10.2 by 15.1ins. (25.9 by 38.4cms.), in glazed gilt frame - signed lower right. £50-80

Property of a gentleman - Antonio Rodriguez Luna (Mexican, 1910-1985) - “LA CORTE DEL DICTADOR” - gouache, 37 by 24.4ins. (94 by 62cms.), framed - signed lower right & dated 1960 (see illustration). Provenance - Salon De La Plastica Mexicana, Havre (Instituto Nacional De Bellas Artes), 1965 (labelled on reverse). A copy of the original invoice is included with this lot. £400-600

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Louis Neville (Irish, exh. 1887-1914) - SHIPPING OFF COAST - watercolour, 5.25 by 9.75ins. (13.3 by 24.8cms.), in glazed frame - signed lower left.

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John T. Wells (British, exh. 1917-1935) - ‘NEAR BROCKENHURST’ - watercolour, 5 by 7.25ins. (12.7 by 18.4cms.), in glazed gilt frame - signed lower right; together with an C18th coloured line engraving of Brocken hurst; and three assorted watercolours by Constance N Rowe (exh. 192931), A Johns and D Pitts, the last unframed (5).

133

Property of a gentleman - Charles E. Hannaford (18631955) - CASTLE ON HILL-TOP WITH HAYMAKING SCENE IN FOREGROUND - watercolour, 10.35 by 14.35ins.(26.3 by 36.4cms.), in glazed gilt frame - signed lower left (see illustration). £80-120

Manner of Myles Birket Foster (1825-1899) - CHILDREN ON BRIDGE OVER STREAM - watercolour, 5.2 by 7.2ins. (13.2 by 18.3cms.), in glazed gilt frame - bears monogram lower left (see illustration). £50-80

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Early C20th - RIVER LANDSCAPE WITH CATHEDRAL IN DISTANCE - watercolour, 3.4 by 5.4ins. (8.7 by 13.8cms.), in glazed frame - indistinctly signed lower left.

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Manner of George Clarkson Stanfield (1828-1878) BOATS OFF COAST - watercolour, 4.75 by 8.6ins. (12.1 by 21.8cms.), in glazed frame - bears signature lower left.

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John Parker R.W.S. (1839-1915) - WOODLAND STREAM - watercolour, 14.8 by 20.8ins., in glazed gilt frame - Hampton Hill Gallery label on reverse (see illustration). £150-250

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Baragwanath King (1864-1939) - LANDSCAPE AT DUSK - watercolour, 10.5 by 17.3ins. (26.7 by 43.9cms.), in glazed frame - signed lower right. £70-100

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Property of a gentleman - Richard William Halfbright (18551925) - SHEPHERD WITH FLOCK IN LANDSCAPE - watercolour, 4.8 by 8.7ins. (12.3 by 22cms.), in glazed gilt composition frame - signed lower right (see illustration). £80-120


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Property of a lady - an interesting album of watercolours & drawings dating from the early C19th to the late C19th, by various artists including Sir Charles D’Oyly Bt. and Mr. Briggs R.A., the subjects including American scenes & figures, Continental topographical views, a watercolour entitled ‘Love Among the Negroes’, another entitled ‘Chinese Trackers’, in all approximately 78 works (see illustration for sample). £500-1000

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Property of a gentleman - Henry E. Tozer (exh. 1889-1892) - WAVES BREAKING ON THE SHORE - watercolour, 37.4 by 21.7ins. (95 by 55cms.), in glazed gilt composition frame - signed lower right & dated ‘90 (see illustration). £200-300

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Property of a gentleman - Heinrich Gottlieb Ludwig Reichenbach (1793-1879) - STUDY OF A GREEN PARROT WITH RED CROWN - watercolour, from an album of studies for ‘Vollstandigste Naturgeschichte der Vogel’, 5.5 by 5.25ins. (14 by 13.4cms.), in glazed frame - titled (with Hazlitt, Gooden & Fox Ltd label on reverse) (see illustration). £50-80

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P.A.C. (modern) - BLUE TITS ON A BLOSSOMING CHERRY BRANCH - watercolour, 14.5 by 17.7ins. (37 by 45cms.), in glazed frame - initialled lower right (see illustration). £150-250

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C19th English school - PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG LADY, SEATED IN A CHAIR - watercolour, 11.75 by 7.85ins. (30 by 20cms.), in gilt composition frame - inscribed on reverse ‘To Mrs Hoare, June 17th, 1933’. £50-80

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Arthur Creed Hambly (1900-1973) - CLASSICAL SCENE WITH FIGURES AND TEMPLES - watercolour, 8 by 12.4ins. (20.3 by 31.5cms.), in glazed gilt frame - signed lower right.

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James Canning (early C20th) - ‘TASMANIA’, FIGURES IN A LANDSCAPE - crayon & wash drawing, 6.35 by 8.6ins. (16.1 by 21.8cms.), in glazed gilt frame - signed lower right. £50-80

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William Ramsey (exh. 1910-1918) - COASTAL SCENE WITH BOATS AND CLIFFS - watercolour, 8.8 by 7.15ins. (22.4 by 18.2cms.), in glazed gilt frame - signed lower right; together with three other framed watercolours by different hands (4). £50-80

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Pierre Le Boeuff (fl. 1899-1920) - CONTINENTAL TOWN STREET SCENE - watercolour, 10.6 by 14.6ins. (26.9 by 37.1cms.), in glazed gilt frame - signed lower right (see illustration). £80-120

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Property of a gentleman - John MacWhirter (1839-1911) - MOUNTAIN LAKE SCENE WITH SHEEP ON PATH - watercolour, 9.5 by 13.65ins. (24.1 by 34.7cms.), in glazed gilt frame - signed ‘MacW’ lower left (see illustration). £200-300

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F. Mallinder (late C19th / early C20th) - HARBOUR SCENES - a pair, watercolours, 8.25 by 3.25ins. (21 by 8.2cms.) & 8 by 3ins. (20.3 by 7.6cms.), in matching glazed gilt composition frames - both signed lower right (2). £80-120

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Property of a deceased estate - Lissa Calvert (modern Canadian) - SEASCAPE WITH WHALES IN FOREGROUND AND SNOW-CAPPED MOUNTAINS BEYOND - watercolour, 8.1 by 11ins. (20.5 by 28cms.), in glazed frame - signed lower right & dated ‘97 (see illustration).

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Property of a deceased estate - Lissa Calvert (modern Canadian) - MOUNTAIN LANDSCAPE - watercolour, 8.1 by 11ins. (20.5 by 28cms.), in glazed frame - signed lower right & dated ‘97 (see illustration).

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Property of a deceased estate - C. Shepperd (early C20th) - “THE SELECT COMMITTEE” - watercolour, 9 by 7ins. (23 by 18cms.), in glazed frame - inscribed on reverse & dated 1928 (see illustration).

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Property of a deceased estate - Lissa Calvert (modern Canadian) - LAKE SCENE - watercolour, 11ins. (27.9cms.) square, in glazed frame - signed lower right & dated ‘97 (see illustration).

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Property of a deceased estate - Lissa Calvert (modern Canadian) - A GRIZZLY BEAR IN A LANDSCAPE - watercolour, 8.2 by 10.9ins. (20.8 by 27.7cms.), in glazed frame - signed lower right & dated ‘97 (see illustration).

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Property of a deceased estate - Lissa Calvert (modern Canadian) - TWO DEER IN RIVER LANDSCAPE - watercolour, 9.6 by 21.2ins. (24.4 by 53.8cms.), in glazed frame - signed lower right & dated ‘97 (see illustration). £50-100

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Samuel John Lamorna Birch R.A. R.W.S. (1869-1955) SCOTTISH RIVER LANDSCAPE - watercolour, 11.4 by 17.3ins. (29 by 44cms.), in glazed frame - signed lower right (see illustration). £200-300

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Property of a deceased estate - Jane Corsellis RWS RWA NEAC (British, b. 1940) - ‘PAVILLIONS, UDAIPUR, INDIA’ - watercolour, 10.2 by 6.8ins. (25.9 by 17.3cms.), in glazed frame - signed lower right (see illustration). Provenance - exhibited at The New Academy Gallery, London, 1993. £80-120

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Property of a lady - Henry Richard Beadon Donne (18561907) - ‘BELLAGIO - LAKE COMO’ - watercolour, 9.2 by 13.6ins. (23.4 by 34.5cms.), in glazed frame - signed lower right & inscribed on reverse (see illustration). £100-150

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Property of a gentleman - Johann Gottlieb Hackert (17441773) - ITALIANATE RIVER LANDSCAPE WITH FIGURES, CATTLE AND GOATS - wash drawing, 13.7 by 18.3ins. (34.8 by 46.5cms.), in glazed frame - signed lower right & dated 1772 (see illustration). Provenance - Sir Robert Grenville Harvey, 2nd Baronet, of Langley Park, Buckinghamshire, and thence by descent. £800-1200

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C19th Continental school - STILL LIFE OF FLOWERS IN A VASE WITH LANDSCAPE BEYOND - oil on canvas, re-lined, 24.75 by 29.75ins. (62.9 by 75.6cms.), in gilt frame (see illustration). £400-600

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Thomas Creswick (1811-1869), attributed to - EXTENSIVE LANDSCAPE WITH FIGURES AND HORSES ON A PATH - oil on canvas, re-lined, 20 by 27ins. (50.8 by 68.6cms.), in gilt frame (see illustration). £400-600

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Property of a gentleman - Sir David Murray R.A. H.R.S.A. R.S.W. R.I. (1849-1933) - COUNTRY SCENE AT DUSK WITH FIGURES ON A PATH - oil on board, 5.5 by 8.4ins. (14 by 21.3cms.), in gilt composition frame - inscribed bottom left ‘For Clare..........1894 from David Murray’ (see illustration). £200-300

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Property of a gentleman - Barbizon school (late C19th / early C20th) - FIGURES IN LANDSCAPE - oil on panel, 10.3 by 13.8ins. (26.2 by 35.1cms.), in gilt composition frame - indistinctly signed lower left (see illustration). £200-300

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Property of a gentleman of title - Julian Barrow (b. 1939) - ‘BEN KITTERIDGE’S POOL AT TUCSON, ARIZONA’ - oil on canvas, 9.7 by 13.6ins. (24.6 by 34.6cms.), framed - unsigned. Provenance - with Palm Beach Galleries, Palm Beach. £150-250


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Property of a gentleman - early C19th primitive or naive school - PEASANTS WORKING IN A VINEYARD - a pair, oils on canvas, each 8 by 5.8ins. (20.3 by 14.7cms.), in matching gilt composition frames - one inscribed on the stretcher ‘August 20th 1823’, the other ‘August 13th’ (2) (see illustration). £300-500

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Property of a gentleman - C19th English school - PORTRAIT OF A SEVENTEENTH CENTURY GENTLEMAN - oil on canvas, 11.1 by 8.8ins. (28.2 by 22.4cms.), in gilt composition frame (see illustration). £100-200

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Property of a gentleman - E.W. Lord (?) (late C19th / early C20th British) - MOUNTAIN RIVER LANDSCAPE - oil on canvas, 16 by 24ins. (40.6 by 61cms.), in gilt composition frame - signed lower left. £80-120

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Property of a gentleman - Henry Cooper (fl. 1910-1935) - RURAL SCENES WITH FIGURES & SHEEP BY THATCHED COTTAGES - a pair, oils on canvas, each 16 by 24ins. (40.6 by 61cms.), in matching gilt composition frames - both signed lower right (2) (see illustration). £300-500

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Property of a gentleman - manner of Charles Cooper Henderson (1803-1877) - THE WHITE LION STAGE COACH - oil on canvas, 9.5 by 14.1ins. (24.1 by 35.8cms.), in glazed gilt frame - bears signature lower left. £80-120

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Property of a gentleman - C19th English school - PORTRAIT OF A SEVENTEENTH CENTURY GENTLEMAN - oil on canvas, re-lined, an oval, 19.5 by 17ins. (49.5 by 43.2cms.), in gilt oval frame (see illustration). £200-300

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Victor Laine (French, 1830-1911) - A FISHERWOMAN SELLING THE CATCH - oil on canvas, 21.7 by 18.1ins. (55.1 by 46cms.), in ornate gilt frame - signed lower left (see illustration). £800-1200

172

Property of a gentleman - Roberto Merelli (C20th Italian) - TROTTING SCENE - oil on canvas, 25.6 by 33.5ins. (65 by 85cms.), framed - signed lower left & dated 1986-7 on reverse (see illustration). £200-300


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C20th British school - COWS IN LANDSCAPE - oil on canvas, 18.5 by 22ins. (47 by 56cms.), framed (see illustration). £80-120

174

Frances Tysoe Smith (fl. 1891-1921) - CHURCH IN LANDSCAPE - oil on canvas, 14 by 18ins. (36 by 46cms.), framed - signed lower right (see illustration). £80-120

175

Magdalena Macedo (C20th) - STILL LIFE OF FLOWERS IN A BASKET - oil on board, 18.7 by 14.5ins. (47.5 by 36.8cms.), framed - signed lower left. 23

176

T.P. (mid C20th) - VILLAGE STREET - oil on canvas, 12 by 10ins. (30.5 by 25.4cms.), framed - initialled lower right (The Art Shop, Basingstoke & Southampton label on reverse) (see illustration).

177

Late C19th English school - A VIEW FROM RICHMOND HILL - oil on canvas, re-lined, 12 by 24.2ins. (30.5 by 61.5cms.), in gilt painted composition frame (see illustration). £200-300

178

Property of a deceased estate - Alexander Jamieson R.O.I. (1873-1937) - ‘SKETCH DIEPPE’ - oil on panel, 7.9 by 10.7ins. (20 by 27cms.), unframed - signed lower left & dated 1901, and inscribed on reverse (see illustration). £200-300

179

Colin Hunter A.R.A R.I. R.S.W. R.E. (Scottish, 1841-1904) - ‘ARISAIG, INVERNESS’ - oil on board, 10 by 14ins. (25.4 by 35.6cms.), framed - signed lower left (see illustration). £150-250


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Deborah Jones (b. 1921) - A VILLAGE STREET SCENE WITH MOSSOP GREENGROCER AND FLORIST SHOP - oil on board, 12 by 30ins. (30.5 by 76.2cms.), framed - signed lower left (see illustration). £80-120

181

Late C19th / early C20th English school - A VIEW OF VENTNOR, ISLE OF WIGHT - oil on canvas, 16 by 24ins. (41 by 61cms.), in gilt frame. £80-120

182

After Edwin Henry Landseer, late C19th / early C20th - THE BLACKSMITH’S - oil on canvas, 14 by 12ins. (35.6 by 30.5cms.), in gilt composition frame (see illustration). £100-150

183

Property of a lady - Guy Pennamen (b. 1932) - SAILING BOATS AT SEA - oil on canvas, 18 by 21.6ins. (45.7 by 54.9cms.), framed - signed lower right & dated 1963 on reverse (see illustration). £50-100

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184

Property of a gentleman - early C19th English primitive school - A PRIZE BULL - oil on canvas, 20 by 26ins. (51 by 66cms.), framed (see illustration). £300-500

185

Property of a gentleman - William Albert Clark (fl. 19061937) - A HORSE IN A STABLE - oil on canvas, re-lined, 20 by 24ins. (51 by 61cms.), framed - signed lower right & dated 1918 (see illustration). £300-500

186

Daniel Macdonald (Irish, 1821-1853) - PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN - oil on canvas, re-lined, 30 by 24ins. (76 by 62cms.), framed - signed lower left ‘D. Macdonald / Cork’ & dated 1843 (see illustration). £300-500


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190

C19th Dutch school - THATCHED COTTAGE IN WINTER LANDSCAPE - oil on board, 7.7 by 17.6ins. (19.6 by 44.7cms.), framed.

191

C20th British school - “HENRIETTA MARIA” and “GAME MARIA”, HORSE PORTRAITS - a pair, oils on canvas, each 12 by 14ins. (30.5 by 35.6cms.), in matching gilt composition frames - both indistinctly signed (2). £60-90

192

Property of a gentleman - Hector Ayala (Mexican, C20th) - “EL RAPTO” - oil on canvas, 55.1 by 35.4ins. (140 by 90cms.), framed - signed lower left & dated 1964 (see illustration). Provenance - Salon De La Plastica Mexicana, Havre (Instituto Nacional De Bellas Artes), 1965 (labelled on reverse). A copy of the original invoice is included with this lot. £200-300

193

Property of a lady - early C19th English school - PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG GENTLEMAN - oil on canvas 9.5 by 8ins. (24.1 by 20.3cms.), in gilt frame - indistinctly inscribed on reverse.

194

Property of a lady - late C19th / early C20th British school - A COUNTRY COTTAGE - oil on canvas, 16 by 23ins. (41 by 59cms.), unframed - the stretcher stamped (Percy) ‘Young 137 Gower St. W.C.’, circa 1882-1904. £80-120

195

Property of a lady - late C19th / early C20th French school - A TREE-LINED VILLAGE ROAD - oil on canvas, 10.7 by 13.6ins. (27.2 by 34.5cms.), unframed - indistinctly signed lower right.

196

Property of a lady - T. Spinks (C19th) - THE VIRGIN MARY VISITED BY THE ANGEL GABRIEL WITH HEAVENLY HOST - oil on canvas, 35 by 22ins. (89 by 56cms.), unframed - signed lower left.

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189

Daniel Macdonald (Irish, 1821-1853) - PORTRAIT OF A BOY HOLDING A BOOK WITH A FLUTE BY HIS SIDE - oil on canvas, re-lined, 30 by 24ins. (76 by 62cms.), framed - signed lower left ‘D. Macdonald / Cork’ & dated 1843 (see illustration). £300-500 C19th English school - A VIEW OF HENLEY-ON-THAMES and A RIVER SCENE WITH CASTLE - a pair, oils on canvas, ovals, each canvas 10.1 by 11.8ins. (25.7 by 30cms.), in differing gilt composition frames (2) (see illustration). £150-250 Walter James Slater (1845-1923) - ‘NEAR CONWAY’, A COW-MAID AND CATTLE ON A BRIDGE IN LANDSCAPE - oil on canvas, 19.85 by 34.25ins. (50.4 by 87cms.), in gilt composition frame - signed lower right & dated 1875 (see illustration). £200-300 25


197

Property of a deceased estate - Roger Rigby (modern British) - ‘GRAND HARBOUR, MALTA’ - oil, 18 by 26ins. (46 by 66cms.), framed - initialled lower left & labelled on reverse (see illustration). £50-80

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198

Property of a deceased estate - Georges Spiro (French, 1909-1994) - STILL LIFE OF A SMOKER’S PIPE, CIGARETTES AND A MATCH-BOOK - oil on canvas, 5.4 by 8.8ins. (13.7 by 22.4cms.), framed - signed lower right (see illustration). £50-80

200a Property of a deceased estate - Doris Vaughan (18941975) - ‘SELF PORTRAIT’ - oil on panel, 13.4 by 9.6ins. (34 by 24.4cms.), in gilt slip frame - inscribed & labelled on reverse (see illustration). £80-120

199

Property of a deceased estate - John Joseph Bellman (a.k.a. Ken Moroney) (b. 1949) - ‘PROVENCE’, A FARMSTEAD - oil on card, 3.6 by 5ins. (9.1 by 12.7cms.), in glazed frame - signed lower right (see illustration). £50-80

201

Property of a deceased estate - Ken Moroney (b. 1949), attributed to - “ANY CHANCE OF A CUP OF TEA” or “THE NEW HAT” - oil on board, 13.5 by 15.25ins. (34.3 by 38.7cms.), framed - inscribed on reverse (see illustration). £100-200

Property of a gentleman - William Mellor (1851-1931) - ‘VIEW ON THE WHARFE, Nr BOLTON, YORKSHIRE’ - oil on canvas, some flaking, 24 by 36ins. (61 by 91cms.), in original heavy gilt composition frame - signed lower right & inscribed with the title in the artist’s own hand on the reverse of the canvas (see illustration). £1000-2000

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Jewellery & Objets Vertu 202

Gentleman’s Omega Constellation automatic chronometer gold plated & steel cased wristwatch with date aperture (see illustration). £150-250

203

C19th Continental ruby & diamond encrusted fob watch (F/R) (see illustration). £200-300

204

Bag containing assorted jewellery, mostly rings, including two HM 9ct gold gem-set examples. £60-90

205

Late C19th / early C20th yellow metal bar brooch with oval shell cameo. Proceeds of this lot will be given to St John The Baptist Church, Hindon.

206

Black opal oval pendant in 9ct gold frame, on 9ct gold chain necklace, the opal 1ins. (2.5cms.) high. £60-90

207

18ct white gold diamond half-eternity ring. £70-100

208

Boxed eight-cut oval diamond solitaire & blue enamel stickpin. £100-150

209

Bag containing assorted silver & white metal items including blue guilloche enamel heart-shaped pendant locket. £60-90

210

Property of a deceased estate - an early C20th HM silver flip-topped cut glass globe scent bottle with inner stopper, London 1919, 5.4ins. (13.7cms.) high. £50-80

211

Bag containing two late C19th / early C20th nurse’s belt buckles (2).

212

Property of a gentleman - five HM silver cigarette cases, approx. 793 grams (total) (5). £150-250

213

Property of a lady - a late Victorian HM silver flip-top clear glass hip flask with cup, London 1900 (see illustration). £80-120

214

Property of a lady - an Edwardian HM silver flip-top clear glass hip flask with cup, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company Ltd., London 1906 (see illustration). £80-120

215

Property of a lady - a modern stirrup flask set comprising a pair of HM silver flip-top clear glass tapering cylindrical stirrup flasks with hob-nail bands, Birmingham 1991, each 9.5ins. (24.1cms.) high, and a pair of matching clear drinking glasses, all in fitted tan leather case (see illustration). £200-300

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216

Property of a deceased estate - an early C20th HM silver gilt octagonal ring box with tortoiseshell lid enclosing a lined interior, on acanthus scroll feet, London 1917, 4.25ins. (10.8cms.) across (see illustration). £80-120

217

Victorian tartanware heart-shaped pin cushion with mauchlineware oval picture panel entitled ‘Inverness Castle and Bridge’, 2.3ins. (5.8cms.) high.

218

Property of a gentleman - a good quality gilt metal mounted cut glass oval box, 4.15ins. (10.5cms.) high.

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Silver & Silver Plated Items 219

Property of a deceased estate - a late C19th / early C20th silver plated six-bottle cruet set on stand. £50-80

220

Property of a gentleman - a quantity of assorted silver plated items including a warming dish & entree dishes (on one shelf).

221

Property of a gentleman - an Edwardian silver plated brass oval tea-caddy with spiral fluted body & lion’s mask handles; together with a bag containing assorted silver & white metal items including a Sterling silver mounted clear glass atomiser (2). £70-100

222

Late C19th / early C20th silver plated six-bottle cruet set. £50-80

223

Property of a gentleman - a set of twelve each Victorian silver plated dessert knives & forks, with diamond registration marks, in mahogany two-tier canteen; together with a cased set of six each silver plated fruit-knives & forks (2). £80-120

224

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Property of a gentleman - a massive C19th Portuguese silver plated two-handled rectangular tray with pierced vine border, 38ins. (96.5cms.) wide (overall) (see illustration). Provenance - this tray was purchased in the 1920’s from Mappin & Webb, Sao Paulo, Brazil, and the original receipt is included with the sale. £400-600

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225

Good quality Victorian HM silver 17-piece part cutlery set, comprising five serving spoons, six dinner forks, three dessert spoons & three dessert forks, by George Adams (Chawner & Co.), London 1859, approx. 1,351 grams (see illustration). £300-500

226

Property of a lady - a bag containing a cased set of six HM silver handled tea-knives, two HM silver napkin rings, and two HM silver teaspoons (a lot).

227

Property of a lady - a Victorian Scottish HM silver threepiece tea-set in the Chinese taste with panels of figures & birds, W.W. Logan, Silversmith, Glasgow 1879, approx. 679 grams (3) (see illustration). £300-500

228

Edwardian HM silver strut photograph frame, Birmingham 1904, 6ins. (15.2cms.) high. £70-100


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233

Property of a gentleman - an early C20th HM silver pedestal bowl with shaped rim, the stem with four cast lion’s heads, on square base with concave cut corners, on cast shell feet, Mappin & Webb, Birmngham 1920, 8ins. (20.3cms.) high, approx. 876 grams (see illustration). £250-350

234

Property of a gentleman - an HM silver seventy-one piece composite cutlery set, the knives with stainless steel blades, approx. 3,431 grams (excluding knives) (71) (see illustration). £800-1200

235

Property of a lady - a heavy Victorian HM silver treasury inkstand or standish, with folding scroll handle & four hinged compartments (two with clear glass inkwells), on bun feet, maker J*P, London 1898, 11.6ins. (29.5cms.) wide (overall), approx. 3,352 grams (net) (see illustration). £800-1200

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229

Property of a deceased estate - a late Victorian HM silver double inkstand, the hinged inkwells with clear glass liners, London 1899, 8.7ins. (22.1ins.) wide, approx. 740 grams (net) (see illustration). £150-250

230

Property of a gentleman - a Victorian HM silver three-piece tea-set, Edward & John Barnard, London 1854, approx. 1,564 grams (total) (3) (see illustration). £300-500

231

Property of a gentleman - an early C20th HM silver sauceboat, Sheffield 1924, approx. 301 grams; together with a cased HM silver Christening spoon & fork set (2). £80-120

232

Property of a gentleman - an early C20th HM silver boatshaped bread basket with half-fluted decoration, Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1919, 11.6ins. (29.5cms.) long, approx. 442 grams (see illustration). £100-150

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236

Property of a lady - a good quality & crisp early C19th George IV HM silver three-piece tea-set by Rebecca Emes & Edward Barnard, London 1827, approx. 1,646 grams (total) (3) (see illustration). £1000-1500

241

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Ceramics & Glass 237

Property of a gentleman - an early Troika ‘D’ plate, circa 1963-1967, with abstract leaf design on a variegated blue ground, impressed ‘TROIKA’ / ST IVES’ with square trident mark, 7.3ins. (18.7cms.) across (see illustration). £100-150

238

1930’s mottled turquoise glazed pottery planter with two moulded concentric bands, impressed ‘834’, possibly Pilkington’s Royal Lancastrian, 12.8ins. (32.5cms.) dia.. £40-60

239

Property of a lady - Katharine Pleydell-Bouverie (18951985) - two stoneware jugs, the larger 3.5ins. (8.9cms.) high (2) (see illustration).

240

Property of a lady - a Royal Worcester figurine - “JUNE”, pink dress version, modelled by Sybil. V. Williams and Jessamine. S. Bray, date code for 1935.

Property of a deceased estate - an early C20th Brannam model of a Cat with bow collar, unmarked, restoration to one back leg, 8ins. (20.3cms.) high; together with a Wiltshaw & Robinson Carlton Ware blue lustre cream jug (2).

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242

Royal Doulton character jug - IZAAK WALTON, D. 6404.

243

Property of a lady - a set of six Susie Cooper bone china coffee cans & saucers decorated with green stars & differently coloured interiors (12).

244

Three late C19th / early C20th Goss cottages comprising Rt. Hon. David Lloyd George’s Early Home, 4ins. (10.2cms.) wide, Shakespeare’s House pastille burner, 3ins. (7.6cms.) wide, and Shakespeare’s House, 3ins. (7.6cms.) wide (3) (see illustration). £80-120

245

Two Royal Doulton character jugs - ‘Old Charley’ and ‘Sairey Gamp’ (2).

246

Property of a lady - a Royal Doulton figure - FALSTAFF, HN 2054.

247

Property of a lady - a Royal Doulton figure - THE COACHMAN, HN 2282. £50-80

248

Property of a lady - a Capodimonte porcelain model entitled ‘Wise Owl’ by Giuseppe Armani, 1983, on wooden base, 10ins. (25.4cms.) high (overall); together with four Capodimonte figures; and a quantity of related paperwork (a lot). £50-80

249

Property of a lady - a Wedgwood bone china Florentine pattern black & gold fifty-six piece dinner service (56). £80-120

250

Franklin Mint porcelain model of a lion - ‘Monarch of the Serengeti’.

251

Property of a deceased estate - a group of six C20th ceramics including two Maling lustre items & a pair of 1930’s painted pottery wall pockets modelled as Butterflies (6) (see illustration). £50-80

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252

Property of a deceased estate - three pairs of early C20th Gouda type vases; together with another similar (7).

253

Property of a deceased estate - a Moorcroft Wisteria pattern baluster vase, various impressed marks & green painted facsimile signature, 9.25ins. (23.5cms.) high (see illustration). £200-300

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254

C19th Canton porcelain teapot, cover missing; together with a similar tea-bowl (2).

255

C19th Chinese Junyao censer with moulded ring and mask handles, 5.1ins. (13cms.) across.

263

Property of a deceased estate - a large Victorian Staffordshire clock group, 14.1ins. (35.8cms.) high.

256

Property of a lady - a C19th Chinese Canton famille rose baluster vase with swan handles & applied gui dragons. cracked, 16.8ins. (42.7cms.) high, on hardwood stand.

264

Box containing an 1897 Queen Victoria diamond jubilee commemorative enamel beaker & assorted commemorative china items.

257

Quantity of assorted ceramics including Royal Copenhagen crab dish, model no. 2465, and Royal Worcester millennium bowl (on one shelf). £80-120

265

Late C19th / early C20th Coalport porcelain navy blue & gilt bordered nine-piece part dessert service painted with pink roses; together with three assorted framed prints; and a quantity of unframed prints (a lot).

258

Property of a deceased estate - a box containing assorted small ceramics including a C19th mug with green transfer printed decoration depicting Gymnastics (damages).

266

C19th Amherst Japan pattern mug; together with a C19th Staffordshire relief moulded cream jug; a Royal Doulton stoneware bottle vase; and a Poole Pottery vase (4).

259

Property of a lady - a C19th blue & white printed ointment pot inscribed ‘Prepared only by Beach & Barnicott, Successors to the late Dr. Roberts, Bridport. Poor Man’s Friend. Price 1/1’, discoloured crazing, 1.6ins. (4cms.) high; together with a small Victorian blue & white square vegetable tureen & cover with divided interior; and a small pewter plate with shaped rim (3).

267

Property of a gentleman - a Royal Worcester ivory-coloured leaf moulded cream jug and matching sugar bowl; together with a small pair of Staffordshire models of seated spaniels (4).

268

Property of a gentleman - an early C20th Hammersley porcelain fruit decorated sixteen-piece dessert service with navy blue & gilt borders, cracks & repairs to seven of the dessert bowls (16) (see illustration). £80-120

269

Property of a gentleman - a set of twelve Coalport plates with blue scale ground & gilt borders painted with vignettes of exotic birds & floral sprays, gilt painted pattern number ‘X.1496/A’ & gilt painted decorator’s number ‘18’, impressed ‘18J5’ & ‘58’, each 9.1ins. (23.1cms.) dia. (12) (see illustration). £400-600

260

Property of a deceased estate - two C19th Pratt type pictorial pot-lids, one entitled ‘The Enthusiast’, the other depicting Shrimpers, in matching ebonised circular frames (2).

261

Property of a lady - an early C19th Spode felspar porcelain gilt decorated puce ground twenty-three piece part tea-set, pattern number ‘4336’ (23).

262

Property of a deceased estate - a large Victorian Staffordshire arbour group, 14.25ins. (36.2cms.) high. 31


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Property of a gentleman - a graduated set of three Keeling & Co. Losol Ware ‘Stanley’ pattern jugs, the largest 7.5ins. (19.1cms.) high (3).

276

Property of a gentleman - a quantity of Keeling & Co. Losol Ware ‘Chandos’ pattern tableware, comprising a rectangular comport, a teapot, a large milk jug, a large pair of serving bowls, a small covered butterdish, and a small pair of circular dishes (8) (see illustration). £50-80

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Property of a lady - a quantity of assorted ceramics, mostly sponge-ware (on one shelf).

271

Property of a gentleman - a group of four Continental porcelain items including a late C19th / early C20th Meissen style floral painted inkstand & a C19th Paris coffee pot (4) (see illustration). £50-80

277

Property of a deceased estate - a quantity of assorted pottery including Deruta, Quimper & green leaf plates (on one shelf).

278

Property of a deceased estate - six Delft blue & white tiles, C18th / C19th (6).

272

Property of a gentleman - a set of six mid C19th English porcelain cups & saucers with gilt decorations on navy grounds, red painted pattern number ‘5/2340’ (12).

279

Property of a deceased estate - an Edwardian Art Nouveau Mintons majolica jardiniere, extensive flaking to interior, 7.6ins. (19.3cms.) high.

273

Property of a gentleman - a late C19th Doulton Burslem blue & white ‘Wild Geranium’ pattern rectangular basin, 16.5ins. (42cms.) wide. £50-80

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274

Property of a gentleman - a group of six C19th / early C20th English ceramics including a mid C19th Staffordshire porcellaneous figure of a Shepherd feeding a Lamb (6) (see illustration). £80-120

Property of a gentleman - a Victorian Moore Brothers porcelain centrepiece with floral encrusted dish top supported by three cherubs, on Greek key gilt banded base, impressed ‘Moore’, circa 1870, 10.75ins. (27.3cms.) high (see illustration). £80-120

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Property of a gentleman - a C19th Continental porcelain circular plate painted ‘en grisaille’ with a classical Bacchanalian scene with a semi-clad maiden dancing in woodland, within a gilt decorated green border, mounted in a gilt composition ribbon decorated frame, 12ins. (30.5cms.) dia. (excluding ribbon cresting ) (see illustration). £200-300

282

Property of a gentleman - a late C19th / early C20th Vienna style porcelain two-handled vase & cover on stand, with a painted panel depicting the Three Graces, entitled ‘Der Drei Gratsen’ on underside of vase, the panel signed ‘K.Wehg’ (?), 14.55ins. (37cms.) high (overall) (see illustration). £150-250

283

Sold on behalf of Cancer Research (UK) Ltd - a C19th Dutch Delft blue & white tile painted with a golfer, 5.1ins. (13cms.) square; together with a millefiori glass paperweight, 3ins. (7.6cms.) dia. (2).

284

Property of a lady - a C19th Venetian pale blue & gilt glass ewer modelled as a Dolphin, with folded foot, 10ins. (25.4cms.) high; together with a small millefiori glass paperweight; and an early Victorian Staffordshire porcellaneous group of a Girl on a Goat, 5.8ins. (14.7cms.) high (3). £50-80

285

Box containing assorted items including a Meissen porcelain blue & white ‘onion’ pattern dish on scroll feet, and a small art glass circular dish.

286

Modern Lalique ‘Caravelle’ pin tray, 2.8ins. (7.1cms.) high. £50-80

287

Large 1970’s Chance Brothers ‘Gingham’ red & orange check striped handkerchief (‘Hanky’) vase, 10.3ins. (26.2cms.) across (max.). £40-60

288

Property of a deceased estate - a small pair of late C19th / early C20th clear cut glass table lustres, losses (2).

289

Property of a deceased estate - seven assorted glass paperweights (7).

290

Property of a gentleman - three clear glass vases; together with a pair of etched clear glass decanters with stoppers; and a clear glass cordial jug (6). £50-80

291

Property of a gentleman - a pair of large blue-green glass spiral fluted baluster vases, each 16ins. (40.6cms.) high; together with three coloured glass hyacinth vases (5). £50-80

292

C19th ruby glass table lustre, one drop missing.

293

Property of a lady - a quantity of assorted glassware including a set of three clear glass rinsers & a pair of cut glass candlesticks (on one shelf).

294

Set of four Victorian press moulded clear glass candlesticks with stylised dolphin supports, each 9.5ins. (24.1cms.) high (4). £80-120

295

Quantity of assorted glassware including Cranberry examples (on one shelf).

296

George III ale glass with faceted stem & conical base, 6.3ins. (16cms.) high. £50-80

297

Property of a gentleman - a large blue flashed cut glass vase with castellated rim, 22.8ins. (58cms.) high. £50-80

298

Property of a lady - an early C20th French gilt decorated clear glass thirty-one piece part table suite (31) (see illustration). £80-120

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Late C19th / early C20th Bohemian cut glass thistleshaped vase with etched ruby flashed picture panel, 10ins. (25cms.) high (see illustration). £100-150

300

Large early C20th cut glass thistle-shaped vase, 15ins. (38cms.) high (see illustration). £200-300

Objects & Miscellanea 301

Late C19th / early C20th natural & black stained turned bone barleycorn pattern chess set, some damages, the kings 4.25ins. (10.8cms.) high (32). £50-80

302

Box containing Matchbox & other toys.

303

Property of a lady - nine assorted children’s books including STEEL, Flora Annie - ‘English Fairy Tales’ - illustrated by Arthur Rackham, Macmillan, 1918, red cloth (9).

304

Property of a lady - an early C20th German Armand Marseille bisque headed doll with sleeping eyes & closed mouth, impressed ‘A.M. / Germany / 341.6K’, with jointed composition body, wearing a Christening gown, 21ins. (53cms.) high (see illustration). £50-80

305

Property of a gentleman - a C19th Chinese export lacquer box containing small lidded boxes & trays, damages.

306

Late C19th / early C20th dark-green leather blotter with Chinese embroidered silk pictorial panel.

307

Property of a lady - two early C20th Chinese carved wooden figures of deities, each 11.8ins. (30cms.) high (2).

308

Eight assorted Oriental items including a Japanese Arita blue & white porcelain vase (riveted) (8).

309

Bag containing Chinese Ming style carved jade model of a duck, 1.5ins. (3.8cms.) long (see illustration). £100-200

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Late C19th / early C20th red painted leather cylindrical shell case with cover, 31ins. (79cms.) high. £50-80

311

Property of a lady - an early C20th embroidery depicting a cottage by a stream with figures on a bridge, in glazed gilt strut frame (the strut detached), 19 by 15.4ins. (48.2 by 39.2cms.) (overall).

312

Casa Pupo large rug, 96.5 by 76.8ins. (245 by 195cms.).

313

Early C20th French machine-made tapestry depicting a falconing scene, 73 by 44ins. (186 by 112cms.). £80-120

314

Sold on behalf of Cancer Research (UK) Ltd - a Belouch saddle bag, 47 by 21ins. (119 by 53cms.).

315

Ethnic tribal bronze group of a tiger attacking a man, tail detached, 10ins. (25.4cms.) long; together with five ethnic African tribal carved wooden figures, the largest 11.6ins. (29.5cms.) high (6).

316

C19th carved treen pin cushion stand of pineapple form, 3.7ins. (9.4cms.) high.

317

Property of a gentleman of title - a pair of late C19th / early C20th turned & stop-fluted mahogany candlesticks with brass nozzles, one drip-pan missing, each 11ins. (27.9cms.) high (2).

318

Late C19th / early C20th carved & painted wood figure of a native man, 23ins. (58.5cms.) high. £50-80

319

Property of a gentleman - a George III mahogany knife box, the interior adapted for stationery. £80-120

320

Carapace turtle shell, 19.75ins. (50.2cms.) long.

321

Property of a deceased estate - an early C19th George III burr walnut & kingwood crossbanded rectangular two-section tea-caddy, 7ins. (18cms.) wide.

322

Property of a deceased estate - a C19th bronze group of Two Whippets, after Pierre Jules Mene, on black marble base, 6.5ins. (16.5cms.) high (overall) (see illustration). £50-100

323

Property of a deceased estate - a bottle of 1953 Canadian Club by Hiram Walker & Sons.

324

Property of a lady - a good early C19th Regency period rosewood & boxwood strung sarcophagus shaped tea-caddy with two interior lift-out cannisters flanking a cut glass mixing bowl, with embossed gilt metal ring handles & plates, on embossed gilt metal lion’s paw feet, 13ins. (33cms.) wide (overall) (see illustration). £120-180

325

Property of a gentleman - two late C19th / early C20th silver plated copper tea-caddies; together with a pair of gilt metal mounted clear glass table lighters (4).

326

Property of a gentleman - three leather blotters; together with a quantity of unframed prints (a lot).

327

Late C19th / early C20th French painted plaster & hair corbel, 13.5ins (34cms.) high.

328

C19th gilt painted composition decorated plinth with moulded cherubs, 18ins. (46cms.) wide (overall).

329

Property of a lady - a C19th marquetry inlaid cedar-lined writing box, 14ins. (35.5cms.) wide; together with a matching work box, 11.8ins. (30cms.) wide (2) (see illustration). £100-150

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Sold on behalf of Cancer Research (UK) Ltd - a rosewood writing box, 2nd quarter C19th, 13.75ins. (35cms.) wide. £50-80

331

Property of a lady - a mid C19th Macassar ebony watchstand with turned bobbin columns & ivory finial, 5.75ins. (14.6cms.) high.

332

Property of a lady - a late C19th mahogany fretwork corner shelf, 15ins. (38cms.) high, 28.75ins. (73cms.) wide (see illustration). £80-120

333

Property of a gentleman - a pair of early C20th carved ebony bookends modelled as Elephants, each 5.9ins. (15cms.) high (2).

334

Large white plaster bust of Apollo, 31.8ins. (81cms.) high. £80-120

335

Property of a gentleman - a C19th Near Eastern copper cylindrical bin with repousse figural & animal decorations, 10.6ins. (27cms.) high. £80-120

336

Good quality C19th mahogany & brassbound writing box by Hausburg, Liverpool, with key, 11.1ins. (28.2cms.) wide. £80-120

337

Property of a lady - a pair of early C20th French patinated spelter figures of a man sowing seeds & a maiden gathering wheat, the former 13.7ins. (34.8cms.) high (overall) (2).

338

Property of a gentleman - a pair of bronze figures of mediaeval knights, on black marble bases, each 18.9ins. (48cms.) high (2) (see illustration). £150-250

339

Property of a gentleman - a late C19th gilt painted brass mounted oval Sevres style porcelain dish, painted with a romantic scene, spurious Sevres interlaced ‘L’s’ mark, star crack, 22.5ins. (57cms.) wide (overall) (see illustration). £150-250

340

Property of a deceased estate - a pair of late C19th French gilt metal mounted black & rouge marble tazzae, 9.8ins. (25cms.) high (2).

341

Property of a gentleman - a pair of Victorian turned giltwood handled floral needlework circular panelled face screens; together with a late C19th gilt metal mounted Servres style porcelain chamberstick (3) (see illustration). £50-80

342

Small mahogany rectangular table cabinet with hinged lid above twelve drawers, 10.8ins. (27.5cms.) wide.

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343

C19th oak deed box, fitted with three locks, 18.6ins. (47cms.) wide.

344

Victorian rosewood & mother-of-pearl inlaid writing box, 12ins. (30.5cms.) wide.

345

Early C19th mahogany rectangular tea-caddy with two interior lift-out cannisters, 11.7ins. (29.5cms.) wide.

346

Early C20th African tribal carved & painted wood figure, 6.3ins. (16cms.) high; together with another tribal wood carving (2). £100-150

347

Property of a lady - a set of twelve mother-of-pearl circular plates with shaped rims, each 7ins. (17.8cms.) dia. (12). £80-120

348

Property of a deceased estate - a box containinng assorted items including atomiser scent bottles.

349

Property of a deceased estate - an early C20th tan leather vanity case with fittings, retailed by Maylor, London, in canvas outer cover, 14.2ins. (36cms.) wide.

350

Property of a gentleman - a mid C20th French gilt metal mounted cut glass oval centrepiece with swan handles supporting candle sockets, on paw feet, 17ins. (43.2cms.) wide (overall) (see illustration). £100-150

351

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Property of a gentleman - a pair of modern red toleware style table lamps with shades (2). £50-100

353

Property of a gentleman - a pair of leaf decorated brassed metal three-light table lamps with clear glass spike finials & drops, with shades, each 20.6ins. (52.3cms.) high (2) (see illustration). £100-150

354

Property of a lady - a late C19th pierced brass fender, 54.75ins. (139cms.) wide (overall). £50-80

355

Property of a gentleman - an ornate gilt metal three-light electrolier with faceted glass drops; together with a pair of gilt metal & faceted glass basket wall lights; and another similar (4). £50-100

356

Property of a lady - a good quality patinated bronzed metal tripod standard lamp with leaf decorations & claw feet, with moulded & frosted glass flambeau shade (see illustration). £100-200

357

Property of a gentleman - a Victorian brass mounted cut glass table lamp with faceted glass drops, adapted for electricity, with shade, 15ins. (38cms.) high (excluding bulb & shade) (see illustration). £100-150

358

Property of a lady - a gilt metal & cut glass table lamp with three outward-facing Egyptian heads & monopodia, 17ins. (43cms.) high (overall) (see illustration). £80-120

359

Bouillotte style triple-light table lamp. £40-60

Property of a gentleman - a George III mahogany & inlaid tea-caddy of elongated octagonal section, with interior lid, 6.4ins. (16.2cms.) wide (see illustration). £200-300

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Early C18th oak single dropleaf gateleg table, with turned baluster legs, 34 ins. (86)cms.) long (see illustration). £150-250

363

Property of a gentleman - an C18th Continental fruitwood coffer with fixed top above dentil moulded frieze & long drawer with fielded panels, on shaped apron & tapering end supports, 40ins. (102cms.) wide (overall) (see illustration). £200-300

364

Late C17th oak mule chest with geometric moulded panels, 49.5ins. (126cms.) wide (overall) (see illustration). £200-300

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361

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Property of a gentleman - a pair of late C19th / early C20th French ormolu & Sevres style porcelain mounted table lamps decorated with goat’s heads & drapery, both stamped ‘144’ on undersides, with shades, each 17.25ins. (43.8cms.) high (excluding bulbs & shades) (2) (see illustration). £500-800

Lot 363

Property of a gentleman - a good quality ormolu six-light electrolier with foliate decorations, 28.6ins. (72.6cms.) high (overall) (see illustration). £800-1200

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367

Property of a deceased estate - a late Victorian gilt brass diamond-shaped wall mirror with circular plate, previously with sconces, 25ins. (64cms.) high.

368

George III mahogany secretaire bookcase with Greek key cornice above two astragal glazed doors enclosing adjustable shelves, the base with secretaire drawer modelled as two drawers with three further graduated drawers under, on bracket feet, 46.3ins. wide (overall) (see illustration). £1500-2500

369

Mid C18th George II mahogany foldover double gate-leg tea or games table with eared top & counter wells, on cabriole legs terminating in pad feet, circa 1750, restorations, 30ins. (76.2cms.) wide (see illustration). £400-600

370

Property of a lady - a George III mahogany fall-front bureau with fitted interior above two short & three long graduated drawers with brass swan-neck handles (apparently original), on later bracket feet, 43.3ins. (110cms.) wide (overall) (see illustration). £250-350

371

Property of a lady - a Chinese padouk two-tier lamp table with carved frieze, 17ins. (43cms.) wide (see illustration). £80-120

372

George IV mahogany two-tier nightstand with drawer & shaped apron, on square section supports.

373

Property of a lady - a late C18th French provincial carved walnut & cane panelled side chair with cabriole legs. £50-80

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Property of a lady - a good late C18th French provincial brass studded chestnut two-part dresser with carved galleried plate-rack, 58ins. (147cms.) wide (overall) (see illustration). £1000-1500

Property of a lady - a George III oak dresser with three frieze drawers above a shaped apron, on square tapering legs, 73.7ins. (187.2cms.) wide (overall) (see illustration). £800-1200

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374

Property of a lady - a mid C18th George II mahogany & later satinwood crossbanded demi-lune foldover gate-leg tea table with lapetted club legs terminating in pad feet, 33ins. (84cms.) wide (see illustration). £200-300

375

Property of a lady - a Savanola type armchair, the back with carved flowerhead roundel. £50-80

376

Property of a lady - a small Indian hardwood occasional table with inlaid elephant decorations, on carved legs.

377

Near Eastern abalone inlaid octagonal occasional table.

378

C19th English carved giltwood armchair with floral needlework upholstery, on cabriole front legs, circa 1835 (see illustration). £200-300

379

Early C19th Regency period later white painted triple chair-back settee with rope top rails & scroll arms, on eight legs with brass capped castors to the back four, 78.2ins. (198.6cms.) wide (see illustration). £500-700

380

Early C19th olivewood & palm-wood side table with cedarlined frieze drawer on lyre end supports united by turned stretchers, 26.15ins. (66.4cms.) wide (see illustration). £400-600

381

Property of a lady - a pair of early C20th cane panelled double-skinned bergere deep armchairs with carved acanthus arm supports & hairy paw feet, front seat rail mouldings missing (2) (see illustration). £150-250

382

Property of a gentleman - a Louis XV style limed & cane panelled bergere, with cabriole legs. £50-80

383

Property of a lady - an Indian hardwood & iron-bound chest with hinged lid, 36ins. (91.5cms.) wide (see illustration). £150-250

384

Early C19th Regency period mahogany pedestal pembroke table with end drawer, on turned column with hipped & reeded sabre legs terminating in brass sabots & castors, 43.4ins. (110cms.) long (see illustration). £300-400

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Victorian walnut & crossbanded cloverleaf-shaped quadruple drop-leaf table with inset centre, on turned & carved supports terminating in brown china castors, 37.5ins. (95cms.) across (max.) (see illustration). £300-400

386

Victorian mahogany arched framed wall mirror, 32.5ins. (82.5cms.) high. £120-180

387

Edwardian rosewood & marquetry inlaid music cabinet with bevelled mirror panels, on square tapering legs terminating in brown china castors, 22ins. (56cms.) wide (see illustration). £300-400

388

Property of a lady - a 1930’s walnut circular topped occasional table with inset needlework panel, on cabriole legs & pad feet, 32.7ins. (83cms.) dia. (see illustration). £100-200

389

C18th George III mahogany triangular drop-leaf corner table, circa 1770, with pull-out candle slide, on scratch moulded square chamfered legs, 34.75ins. (88.3cms.) wide (see illustration). £500-800

390

Property of a gentleman - an unusual pair of late C19th Continental bentwood & ebonised cane panelled side chairs (2) (see illustration). £200-300

391

Property of a gentleman - an early C20th mahogany bedside table with shaped back & shelf above frieze drawer, on cabriole legs, 22.5ins. (57cms.) wide. £50-80

392

Property of a lady - a Victorian mahogany & upholstered scroll-end sofa, with turned legs terminating in brass capped castors, 86ins. (219cms.) wide (see illustration). £400-600

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393

Property of a gentleman - a Klismos style ebonised & parcel gilt chair (see illustration). £50-80

394

Property of a lady - a late C19th / early C20th French Louis XV style ormolu mounted Vernis Martin decorated rosewood bureau de dame with cabriole legs, 28.5ins. (72.4cms.) wide (overall) (see illustration). £300-500

395

Property of a gentleman - a late C19th / early C20th French Louis XV style ormolu mounted Vernis Martin decorated mahogany vitrine with concave sides & marble top, on cabriole legs, 34.75ins. (88.3cms.) wide (overall) (see illustration). £1000-1500

396

Property of a gentleman - a French Louis XV style carved & limed beechwood framed day-bed with scroll ends & cabriole legs, 89ins. (226cms.) long (overall) (see illustration). £200-300

397

Property of a gentleman - a pair of early C19th William IV mahogany square footstools with faded red upholstery, on carved lion’s paw feet (2) (see illustration). £80-120

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Property of a gentleman - a late C19th / early C20th mahogany apprentice’s or child’s chair with Hepplewhite style carved shield back & scroll arms, on Chippendale style carved cabriole legs with ball & claw feet, 27ins. (69cms.) high (see illustration). £200-300

399

Property of a gentleman - a George III mahogany apprentice’s or child’s chair with stylised wheatsheaf back & channelled arms, the drop-in seat on scratch moulded square tapering legs, 24.5ins. (62cms.) high (see illustration). £200-300

400

Property of a gentleman - a good quality late C19th / early C20th carvd oak & embossed leather panelled ‘X’-frame elbow chair (see illustration). £200-300

401

Property of a lady - a Victorian walnut & marquetry inlaid pier cabinet with gilt metal mounts, 30ins. (76.2cms.) wide (overall) (see illustration). £150-250

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402

Property of a gentleman - an early C19th Regency period mahogany wine cooler or cellarette, of sarcophagus form with lead lining, 21.1ins. (53.5cms.) wide (see illustration). £400-600

403

Early C19th George IV mahogany three-tier whatnot with turned columns & drawer under, on turned legs with brass capped castors, 17.6ins. (44.7cms.) wide (see illustration). £500-800

404

Property of a lady - an early C19th Regency period mahogany & satinwood twin pedestal sideboard with oval panels & reeded edges, 72ins. (183cms.) wide (see illustration). £500-800

405

Property of a lady - a set of five early C19th Regency period mahogany dining chairs with turned front legs; together with a similar pair of early C19th Regency period mahogany carver chairs (7) (see illustration). £400-600

406

Property of a gentleman - an early C19th Regency period maple work table with a frieze drawer oppsed by a dummy drawer, above a pleated basket, on tapering standard end supports united by a turned stretcher, 23.6ins. (60cms.) wide (see illustration). £400-600

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Property of a gentleman - a good pair of Regency style ebonised & parcel gilt cane panelled bergeres with sabre legs (2) (see illustration). £400-600

Saleroom Three (General Antiques & Household Chattels) 411

Kashan woollen hand-made carpet with dark red ground, 114 by 78ins. (290 by 199cms.). £120-180

412

Kerman woollen hand-made carpet with green ground, 148 by 114ins. (375 by 289cms.). £150-250

413

Unusual wastepaper basket formed by the covers of four books with leather spines and marbled boards. £15-25

414

Set of eight mid C20th George I style walnut dining chairs including two carvers, with carved top rails and cabriole front legs, with padded backs and drop-in seats (8). £80-120

415

Silkwork block print wall hanging with beige ground, 101 by 86ins. (273 by 216cms.).

416

Pair of Victorian walnut & pale pink floral patterned silk upholstered corner chairs with turned & fluted front legs (2). £150-250

417

Property of a lady - late C19th / early C20th - FIGURE BY HOUSES - watercolour, 7 by 8.3ins. (17.8 by 21.1cms.), in glazed frame.

418

Property of a deceased estate - a lady’s musquash jacket, labelled Arthur Shaw, Worthing.

419

Modern school - TRIBAL FIGURES, POSSIBLY HAITIAN - oil on canvas, 38 by 57.5ins. (96.5 by 146.1cms.), unframed - indistinctly signed lower right.

420

Property of a lady - late C19th British school - SHEPHERD & FLOCK IN LANDSCAPE WITH CATTLE BEYOND - watercolour, 10.4 by 14.9ins. (26.4 by 37.9cms.), in glazed frame - monogrammed EABN (?) lower left.

421

A New York collection - property from the estate of the late James (“Jim”) Platt White (1923-1992) - James (‘Jimmy’) Waring (1922-1975, choreographer) - ABSTRACT - collage, 8.4 by 6.2ins. (21.3 by 15.8cms.), in glazed frame. This lot is accompanied by a hand-written card from the artist to the late vendor, and two related newspaper cuttings.

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Property of a gentleman - an early C20th French Hepplewhite style mahogany open armchair with floral needlework upholstered seat, on cabriole front legs (see illustration). £80-120

422

Ecole South Kensington (Arts School) - STILL LIFE OF AN EWER AND FRUIT - watercolour, 12.25 by 16.6ins. (31.1 by 42.2cms.), in glazed frame - unsigned (not examined out of frame).

408

Property of a lady - an C18th & later walnut & featherbanded chest of two short & three long graduated drawers, on later bracket feet, 38ins. (97cms.) wide (overall) (see illustration). £400-600

423

Contemporary rug with beige ground, 73 by 49ins. (185 by 125cms.).

424

Contemporary rug with mocha ground, 71 by 47ins. (180 by 120cms.). £50-80

425

Pair of early C20th long-handled bellows decorated with a scene of two huntsman by an inn.

426

Early C20th jug & basin set, decorated with an Indian procession; together with another jug & basin set (4).

409

Property of a gentleman - a chinoiserie decorated freestanding corner cabinet with open shelves above a single door, 81.8ins. (208cms.) high (see illustration). £400-600 44


427

G-Plan nest of three teak occasional tables, the largest 21ins. (53.3cms.) wide (3).

428

Set of four Arts & Crafts oak Moorish side chairs in the manner of Liberty, the backs inset with Moroccan panels (4). £80-120

429

Victorian mahogany two-tier buffet with panelled two-door cupboard under, 46.75ins. (118.7cms.) wide. £200-300

430

Victorian parquetry inlaid single-door pier cabinet with canted front corners, on plinth base, 29.4ins. (74.7cms.) wide (overall). £120-180

431

Late C19th / early C20th green floral button upholstered back-rest; together with a 1960’s laminate occasional table (2).

432

Property of a lady - a mid C20th painted doll’s house & shed.

433

Property of a gentleman - an early C20th Chinese woollen hand-made carpet with blue ground, 160 by 119ins. (407 by 303cms.).

434

Property of a gentleman - a C18th / C19th Continental cast iron arched fire-back depicting a lady, inscribed ‘FRUHLING’, cracked, 33.25ins. (84.5cms.) high.

446

C19th elm seated Windsor wheel-back side chair with cabriole front legs & crinoline stretcher; together with a treen bowl; and three other treen items (5).

447

Property of a lady - a quantity of fishing tackle including three rods & three reels (a lot).

448

Property of a lady - two boxes containing assorted books including Beatrix Potter (2).

449

Six assorted Hepplewhite style dining chairs including two carvers, George III & later (6). £50-80

450

Early / mid C20th Japanese reproduction woodblock print depicting Yanone, after Sadanobu Hasegawa, in glazed decorated black lacquer frame, 17.15 by 11.75ins. (43.6 by 29.8cms.) (overall); together with five unframed posters of Marilyn Monroe (6).

451

Set of three steel & brass fire irons (3).

452

Property of a gentleman - Edwardian satinwood framed firescreen.

453

Clarice Cliff Bizarre green leaf bordered eighteen-piece part breakfast set, some damages (18).

454

Property of a lady - a Victorian elm seated lath-back elbow chair with turned legs & stretchers.

455

Property of a gentleman - a Lloyd Loom later pink painted chair; together with a matching laundry bin; and a small mahogany occasional table (3).

435

Property of a gentleman of title - a late Victorian George Jones wrythen moulded plain white & gilt lined jug & basin set; together with a blue floral pattern jug & basin set (4).

456

436

Property of a gentleman - a Turkish woollen hand-made carpet with faded red ground, 119 by 82ins. (301 by 209cms.). £50-80

Property of a gentleman - a mid C19th Improved Stone China green decorated twenty-eight piece part dinner service, pattern ‘N. 901’, some damages (28).

457

437

Property of a lady - a modern Afghan woollen hand-made prayer rug, 51 by 32ins. (130 by 80cms.).

Property of a lady - an early C19th grained pine lift-top trunk with iron fittings, with later padded top & drapery.

458

438

Late C19th North European mahogany bibliotheque with two mirror panelled doors enclosing adjustable shelves, 47ins. (120cms.) wide (overall). £60-90

Property of a lady - an Adam style steel & brass serpentine fronted electric fire.

459

Property of a lady - two late C19th / early C20th crinoline dolls, the taller 13ins. (33cms.) high (2).

439

Small mahogany chest of four long drawers, adapted from a C19th commode, 24ins. (61cms.) wide (overall). £60-90

460

Property of a deceased estate - a reproduction open narrow bookcase with fretwork sides & two drawers under; together with a reproduction mahogany audio / TV cabinet; and a modern glass topped coffee table (3).

440

Property of a lady - a George III oak fall-front bureau with associated glazed two-door top, raised on bracket feet. £150-250

461

Property of a deceased estate - a box containing assorted pictures including oils, watercolours & etchings.

441

Property of a lady - an Edwardian mahogany telescopic extending dining table with extra leaf, on shell carved cabriole legs.

462

Property of a deceased estate - a George III mahogany rectangular drop-leaf dining table with scratch moulded square chamfered legs, 36 by 53ins. (91.4 by 134.6cms.) (max.).

442

Property of a gentleman - a set of six C19th coloured engravings from the series ‘R. ACKERMANN’S MILITARY SCRAPS’, in glazed frames of two different designs (6).

463

Property of a deceased estate - a set of three Victorian mahogany bar-back dining chairs with drop-in seats & turned front legs (3).

443

Property of a lady - S. Miller (late C19th / early C20th British) - MOORLAND SCENE - gouache, 6.7 by 11.5ins. (17 by 29.2cms.), in glazed gilt frame - signed lower right.

464

Property of a gentleman - a Holophane clear moulded glass ceiling light with cover & chains, 12.3ins. (31.2cms.) dia..

465

Property of a lady - Harry Cory Wright (b. 1963) - ‘SUNRISE OVER SLIP CREEK’ - signed limited edition lithographic print, numbered 4/500, in glazed frame, 24.5 by 29.15ins. (62 by 74cms.) (overall). Provenance - the Conran Shop.

466

Late Victorian cane panelled folding steamer or deck chair with carved top rail.

467

Mounc Tsa (C20th, Burmese) - THREE FIGURES IN LANDSCAPE - oil on linen, 32 by 39ins. (80.5 by 99cms.), unframed - signed lower centre.

444

445

Property of a lady - an Ercol dining room suite comprising a drop-leaf dining table, four stick-back chairs, and a two-door sideboard (6). £80-120 Property of a lady - a box containing assorted items, mostly ceramics & glass, including a pair of Chinese crackle glazed vases & two Caithness glass vases.

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468

Property of a lady - an early C20th carved oak spinning stool; together with a Middle Eastern inlaid tripod occasional table (2).

469

Property of a lady - a C19th mahogany bow-fronted six-legged sideboard of small proportions, with brass circular plate handles, 36ins. (91.5cms.) wide (overall).

470

Pair of late C19th / early C20th brass fire-dogs; together with a similar set of three brass fire irons (5).

471

Set of twelve chromo-lithographs after Ernst Heyn, in modern gilt frames; together with another framed picture (13).

472

Property of a gentleman - a mahogany plantstand with rope-twist column & acanthus carved collar, adapted from a C19th bed-post.

473

Early C19th George III oak three-tier plate-rack, 57.75ins. (147cms.) wide (overall).

474

Early C20th mahogany fire surround with bevelled oval mirror panel.

475

Early C20th Philip Harris Ltd laboratory balance scales, in glazed case.

476

Two boxes containing fine art sales index books (2).

477

Property of a lady - two C19th rush seated spindle-back side chairs (2).

478

Property of a lady - a late Victorian coal box with hinged sloping front & ornate brass fittings.

479

Modern Indian woollen hand-made rug with signature tablet, 57 by 30.5ins. (145 by 78cms.).

480

Property of a deceased estate - a boxed Maxim radio / CD player.

481

Property of a deceased estate - a Victorian mahogany threetier step commode (see illustration). £50-80

482

Property of a deceased estate - a box containing assorted ceramics including commemorative mugs.

483

Property of a gentleman - five boxes containing assorted books including children’s books (5).

484

Property of a lady - a box containing assorted pictures & prints, mostly framed.

485

Property of a lady - an Edwardian octagonal three-tier folding cakestand.

486

Property of a lady - eight assorted oil paintings & watercolour drawings including local views & views of the Isle of Wight, all framed (8).

491

Property of a gentleman - a modern Chinese woollen hand-made rug with beige ground, 129 by 108ins. (354 by 276cms.).

487

Property of a lady - an early C19th mahogany rectangular tilt-top dining table with tapering hexagonal column, on circular platform base with scroll legs & castors, the top 45.25 by 43.2ins. (115 by 110cms.) (see illustration). £100-150

492

Property of a gentleman - a 1920’s oak two-part dresser. £50-100

493

Property of a lady - an early C20th oak cased grandmother clock with three-train chiming movement, 55.2ins. (140cms.) high.

Property of a gentleman - an early Victorian mahogany square tilt-top dining table with turned column & leaf carved cabriole legs, the top 51.5ins. (131cms.) square (see illustration). £150-250

494

1930/40’s walnut & crossbanded open bookcase on stand with spade feet, 26.8ins. (68cms.) wide (overall).

495

Property of a gentleman - a Chippendale style mahogany shaped rectangular topped centre table with fretwork brackets & ogee moulded square section legs, one bracket detached, 36ins. (91.5cms.) long.

496

Property of a gentleman - a modern hexagonal hall or porch lantern; together with a suitcase containing assorted items including a pair of carved soapstone book-ends & an amethyst mineral specimen (2).

488

489

Property of a lady - a large Oriental hardwood kang table, the top 59 by 35.4ins. (150 by 90cms.).

490

Property of a lady - an early C20th mahogany ‘spider-leg’ gate-leg table, 36 by 36.5ins. (91.5 by 92.7cms.) (max.). £80-120

Lot 481

Lot 487

Lot 488

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497

Property of a gentleman - a pair of decoratively framed botanical prints; together with a pair of decoratively framed prints depicting sea-shells (4).

498

Edwardian mirror-back sideboard with carved panels.

499

Edwardian mahogany & inlaid mantel clock.

500

HMS (late C19th / early C20th) - STILL LIFES OF ROSES two watercolours, the larger 20.5 by 15ins. (52 by 38cms.), both framed & glazed - both initialled, the larger dated 1914 (2).

501

Aubusson style rug with beige & blue ground, 66.5 by 50ins. (169 by 127cms.). £80-120

502

Madras silk style runner with rose red ground, 110 by 29ins. (279 by 74cms.). £80-120

503

Persian Belouch woollen hand-made rug with red ground, 53 by 35ins. (138 by 89cms.). £60-90

504

Persian Belouch woollen hand-made rug with red ground, 52.5 by 31ins. (137 by 79cms.). £60-90

505

Property of a lady - a reproduction yew-wood bow-fronted freestanding corner cabinet with glazed upper section.

506

Edwardian bentwood whatnot in the Japanese taste, with two frieze drawers, 22.8ins. (57.9cms.) wide. £50-80

507

Property of a lady - a late Victorian carved dark oak fall-front bureau, 35.3ins. (89.5cms.) wide (overall) (see illustration). £80-120

508

Property of a gentleman - a set of four Victorian mahogany dining chairs with turned front legs (4).

509

Property of a lady - a late Victorian cane panelled deck or steamer chair (see illustration). £80-120

510

Property of a lady - an Edwardian folding chair with needlework upholstery; together with three assorted stools (4).

511

Property of a lady - a C19th & later pine two-part dresser with glazed two-door upper section, 45ins. (114.3cms.) wide (overall). £80-120

519

Property of a lady - a pair of late Victorian gentleman’s & lady’s walnut & upholstered easy chairs, with turned front legs terminating in castors, the former with arms (2). £100-150

512

Property of a lady - a late C19th / early C20th pine lift-top trunk (the top detached), 28.5ins. (72.4cms.) wide (overall).

520

513

Property of a lady - two Gabbeh hand-made rugs with animal figures; together with two Pakistan hand-made rugs with green grounds (4). £50-80

Property of a lady - a Chinese woollen hand-made carpet with dark green ground, 109 by 72ins. (277 by 183cms.). £100-200

521

Property of a lady - an Indian woollen hand-made carpet with ivory ground, 158 by 120ins. (401 by 304cms.). £100-200

514

Property of a lady - a Chinese hand-made rug with blue ground; together with another similar (2).

522

515

Property of a lady - eight assorted modern rugs & runners (8).

516

Property of a lady - a quantity of assorted metalware including a C19th brass meat-jack & a miner’s lamp (a lot).

Property of a deceased estate - eight assorted framed pictures including a Terence Cuneo limited edition print of Brooklands, a Robert Wade limited edition print of St. Andrews golf course, and a pair of monochrome etchings by W. Hawksworth (8). £30-50

517

Property of a lady - a wrought iron & mesh sparkguard; together with a gout stool; and a table lamp with shade (3).

523

Late C19th / early C20th French floral decorated porcelain eight-piece part dessert service (8).

518

Late C19th / early C20th - WINTER LANDSCAPE - oil on canvas, 24 by 30ins. (61 by 76cms.), in gilt composition frame - initialled ‘AD’ lower right.

524

Ruth Harling (modern British) - ‘BLUE STILL LIFE’ - pastel, 17 by 22ins. (43 by 56cms.), in glazed frame - signed lower right.

525

Two boxes containing assorted ceramics & glassware including hen tureen & decanters (2).

Lot 507

Lot 509

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526

Box containing assorted items including a Victorian parquetry banded writing box & a cocktail shaker.

527

Pair of framed floral paintings on silk; together with six assorted framed prints (8).

528

Baillie (modern) - VENICE SCENE - oil on canvas laid on board, 24 by 48ins. (61 by 122cms.), framed - signed lower right.

529

Six top hats (A/F) (6).

530

Box containing assorted items including silver plated fish cutlery & copper kettles. £50-80

531

Edwardian rosewood & marquetry inlaid chiffonier with multiple mirror panelled back, 46.25ins. (117.5cms.) wide. £150-250

532

Property of a gentleman - a reproduction oak pot cupboard with linenfold panelled door.

533

Property of a gentleman - a Regency style mahogany ‘D’end writing table with leather inset top. £50-80

534

Property of a gentleman - a mid C20th Carlton House type desk with square tapering legs terminating in spade feet, 42ins. (107cms.) wide (see illustration). £80-120

535

Property of a gentleman - a good quality carved standard lamp with paw feet (with shade).

536

Property of a gentleman - an early / mid C20th walnut filing cabinet, on short cabriole legs.

537

Property of a gentleman - a clear glass table lamp modelled as curling leaves; together with a gilt painted table lamp; a framed Bunbury print entitled ‘The Morning News’; and a framed ornithological print (4).

538

Property of a gentleman - a George I style walnut framed wall mirror with carved roundel to the fretwork cresting.

539

Mahogany oval tilt-top occasional table with turned column & tripod base.

540

Pair of Globe Wernicke mahogany four-section stacking bookcases, each with a drawer under, labelled (2) (see illustration). £600-900

541

Glazed table-top shop display cabinet with mirrored back. £50-80

542

Glazed table-top shop display cabinet with mirrored back.

543

Glazed table-top shop display cabinet with mirrored back.

544

Property of a lady - an oak three-part dining table, parts George III, comprising a pair of demi-lune tables with square tapering legs terminating in block feet, and an extra leaf with brass joining forks, 45.6 by 70ins. (116 by 178cms.) (max.). £100-150

545

Property of a lady - a pair of George III country Hepplewhite side chairs with panel seats; together with a late C19th / early C20th carved folding chair (3).

546

Property of a lady - an early C20th oak two-part dresser with carved frieze & geometric mouldings (see illustration). £100-150

547

Property of a lady - a reproduction mahogany bowfronted freestanding corner cabinet.

Lot 540

Lot 534

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Lot 550

Lot 558

Lot 551 548

Property of a lady - a large oak rectangular-topped coffee table with frieze drawer. £50-80

549

Property of a lady - a modern Persian Shiraz woollen hand-made rug with red ground, 96.5 by 53ins. (245 by 135cms.). £50-80

550

Property of a lady - a set of four early C20th Arts & Crafts mahogany elbow chairs (4) (see illustration). £50-100

551

Property of a lady - a late Victorian bamboo & Japanese black lacquer panelled writing table with two trinket drawers above an inset top, with two frieze drawers below, 36.7ins. (93cms.) wide (see illustration). £80-120

556

Property of a gentleman - a mixed lot of furniture comprising a reproduction oak joint stool, a modern pine threedrawer bedside chest, a reproduction mahogany sideboard, a mahogany drop-leaf dining table & a set of four dining chairs (8).

557

Property of a gentleman - a modern cream leather button upholstered chesterfield sofa.

558

Property of a gentleman - a C19th & later pine two-part architectural cabinet with two arched glazed doors enclosing lined interior, the base with two panelled doors, 53ins. (135cms.) wide (see illustration). £300-500

559

Property of a gentleman - a C19th French chestnut panelled coffer, 56ins. (142cms.) wide. £100-150

560

Property of a gentleman - a brass 5’ double bedstead. £100-150

561

Property of a gentleman - an C18th & later pine architectural alcove fitting with open shelves above panelled door, 92ins. (234cms.) high (see illustration). £100-150

562

Property of a retired furniture restorer - a quantity of assorted chairs.

552

Property of a lady - an early C20th oak bedroom cupboard with two drawers above two doors.

563

Property of a retired furniture restorer - a quantity of assorted furniture parts including French armoire.

553

Property of a gentleman - a pair of modern cream painted two-tier bedside tables, each fitted with a drawer (2).

564

554

Property of a gentleman - a green button upholstered tub armchair with turned ebonised front legs terminating in brass castors. £50-80

Property of a retired furniture restorer - two C19th mahogany chests of drawers (2). £50-100

565

555

Property of a gentleman - a quantity of metalware including a decorated log bin & a copper saucepan.

Property of a retired furniture restorer - a pine trough; together with a pine two-drawer table cabinet; an Arts & Crafts occasional table; a modern occasional table; and an Edwardian part revolving bookcase (5).

566

Property of a retired furniture restorer - a quantity of assorted metalware including a fire-basket & a warming pan.

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Lot 567 567

Property of a retired furniture restorer - a large quantity of rough-sawn timber planks (see illustration). £50-100

568

Property of a retired furniture restorer - two similar Chinese hardwood low cabinets, each fitted with doors above drawers, each 55.5ins. (141cms.) wide (2). £50-100

569

Property of a retired furniture restorer - a mid C19th Continental mahogany framed sofa with carved anthemion & acanthus decorations, one front leg detached, two back legs missing.

Lot 594 584

Property of a lady - a trunk and case containing assorted books including early editions of children’s books by Alison Uttley; together with a box containing assorted framed prints (3).

585

Property of a lady - a Victorian later painted & button upholstered nursing chair; together with an Edwardian footstool; a reproduction oak joint stool; a cane seated kitchen chair; a bedside table; and an Indian carpet (6).

586

Property of a lady - four boxes & a small wooden trunk containing assorted items including brass candlesticks, silver plated cutlery, & ceramics (5).

587

Property of a lady - eight mid C20th oils on canvas - LANDSCAPES, mostly by the same unknown hand; together with four watercolours, three signed W.R. Newman (all framed) (12). £50-80

588

Property of a lady - nine early C19th & later botanical prints including a set of four engravings by S. Watts after E.D. Smith; together with a modern botanical drawing (all framed) (10).

589

Property of a retired furniture restorer - a quantity of table tops, etc.. £50-100

Property of a lady - an early C19th Regency period rosewood & parcel gilt rectangular framed overmantel mirror; together with a small gilt framed wall mirror (2).

590

Mixed lot comprising a copper topped table, a child’s commode chair, a brass shell case, a pair of lanterns, a typewriter, three framed pictures, and a box containing assorted items including books (10).

Property of a lady - a quantity of C18th & later prints, including ‘The Wounded Hussar’, after G. Carter (all but one framed) (a lot).

591

Property of a gentleman - a pair of wrought iron fire-dogs; together with two similar sparkguards (4).

592

Property of a gentleman - two early C20th machine-made carpets (2).

593

Early C20th machine-made carpet, 108 by 72ins. (275 by 183cms.).

594

C19th pine farmhouse dresser with pot-board, 82.7ins. (210cms.) wide (overall) (see illustration). £250-350

570

Property of a retired furniture restorer - a large quantity of furniture fragements & timber.

571

Property of a retired furniture restorer - two work benches (2).

572

Property of a retired furniture restorer - a quantity of backing boards, etc..

573

Property of a retired furniture restorer - a quantity of veneers.

574

Property of a retired furniture restorer - a quantity of carved panels, etc..

575

Property of a retired furniture restorer - a quantity of timber planks, etc..

576

Property of a retired furniture restorer - a very large quantity of furniture plank fragments, etc..

577

Property of a retired furniture restorer - nine C19th linen press slides (9).

578

Property of a retired furniture restorer - eight panelled doors (8).

579

Property of a retired furniture restorer - four long roughsawn timber planks (4).

580

581

582

Property of a lady - a modern octagonal topped garden table; together with a wooden garden bench; and two deck chairs (4).

583

Property of a lady - a quantity of assorted ceramics including a Poole Pottery bowl & Royal Cauldon ‘Victoria’ pattern dinnerware (a lot). 50


595

Pair of Victorian mahogany footstools with needlework upholstery, on cabriole legs (F/R) (2). £100-150

596

George III & later mahogany circular tilt-top occasional table with turned column & tripod base, 29.8ins. (76cms.) dia.. £120-180

597

Victorian ebonised & floral beadwork upholstered spoonback nursing chair with turned front legs.

598

Bamboo framed firescreen; together with a burgundy upholstered stool with turned legs (2).

599

Box containing assorted items including a Pentax SLR camera with lenses & two art glass items.

600

Property of a lady - an early / mid C20th walnut china cabinet.

601

Property of a lady - two suitcases containing assorted items including silver plated muffin dish (2).

602

Pair of early C20th Waring & Gillow oak side chairs; together with a mahogany & upholstered long stool (3).

603

Property of a deceased estate - three assorted upholstered armchairs, C19th / early C20th (3). £80-120

604

605

Lot 620

Property of a deceased estate - a matched set of four late C19th / early C20th elm seated kitchen chairs; together with another similar (5). Property of a deceased estate - a pair of C18th George III country side chairs; together with an early C18th side chair (3).

617

Property of a deceased estate - a clam shell centrepiece.

618

Property of a deceased estate - two early C20th Persian rugs; together with another rug (3).

619

Property of a deceased estate - a group of four C20th pictures including a watercolour by Diana Lodge, another by Ann Sparkes, and two oils by Ann Sparkes, all framed (4).

620

Property of a deceased estate - eight early C20th Medici Society colour prints after Italian Old Masters, in ornate gilt frames, the largest 27.75 by 22.5ins. (70.5 by 57cms.) (overall) (8) (see illustration for sample). £80-120

606

Property of a deceased estate - a red painted standard lamp with turned column; together with a white painted towel rail (2).

607

Property of a deceased estate - two boxes containing assorted items including cine items & typewriters; together with a boxed projector screen (3).

621

Property of a deceased estate - a set of four late C19th / early C20th scrap-screen panels, laid on canvas, each approx. 33 by 19.5ins. (84 by 49.5cms.) (4).

608

Property of a deceased estate - a George III mahogany box commode, adapted; together with a rectangular topped occasional table; a padded stool; and a footstool (4).

622

Property of a deceased estate - a box containing assorted framed & unframed prints.

609

Property of a deceased estate - four boxes containing assorted ceramics including Royal Doulton ‘Burgundy’ pattern part service (4).

623

Property of a deceased estate - six assorted late C19th / early C20th pictures including three framed watercolours & two unframed oils (6).

610

Property of a deceased estate - a Crombie overcoat; together with assorted textiles including a boxed grey top hat & an eiderdown (a lot).

624

Property of a deceased estate - an early C19th George IV oak canterbury with drawer under (F/R).

625

Property of a deceased estate - a quantity of assorted china & glassware including a Crown Devon Fieldings hors d’oeuvres dish decorated with game birds, a Villeroy & Boch ‘French Garden Fleurence’ pattern oval tureen & cover, and a matching vegetable dish (a lot) (on table).

626

Property of a deceased estate - a box containing assorted framed prints including three etchings.

627

Property of a deceased estate - a box containing assorted items including two bisque headed dolls.

628

Property of a deceased estate - Richard Pell - a pair of metal wall candle sconces modelled as humming birds, both signed (2).

611

Property of a deceased estate - a gilt framed plan of King’s College, Cambridge; together with a quantity of framed & unframed maps, many rolled, some in box files (a lot) (on table).

612

Property of a deceased estate - a box containing assorted items including Victorian walnut inkstand.

613

Property of a deceased estate - a box containing assorted items including two retro 7” single record stands.

614

Property of a deceased estate - a quantity of assorted glassware (on table).

615

Property of a deceased estate - a box containing assorted metalware including paraffin oil lamps; together with a box containing assorted tools (2).

629

Property of a deceased estate - Richard Pell - a pair of metal wall candle sconces modelled as humming birds, both signed (2).

616

Property of a deceased estate - an Edwardian cane panelled luggage stand; together with an inlaid oak tray (2).

630

Property of a deceased estate - a pair of floral encrusted ceramic table lamps with shades (2).

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Lot 636

Lot 635

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631

Property of a deceased estate - a quantity of assorted pottery including raku ware (on table).

632

Property of a deceased estate - a box containing assorted metalware including silver plated items.

633

Property of a deceased estate - seven assorted pictures including Karen Mills (modern) - RECLINING MALE NUDE - coloured chalk drawing (7).

634

Property of a gentleman - a set of ten modern Louis XVI style limed & pale green upholstered dining chairs including two carvers (10) (see illustration). £150-250

635

Property of a gentleman - an early C19th pine four-door housemaid’s cupboard, 48ins. (122cms.) wide (see illustration). £200-300

636

Property of a gentleman - a George III pine two-part freestanding corner cabinet with dentil frieze above open shelves (previously with door), the base with panelled door, 42.75ins. (109cms.) wide (see illustration). £150-250

End of Sale. Next sales- Saturday 20th February Clocks, Barometers, Scientific & Mechanical Items, Militaria & Sporting Items, Antique Furniture & Objects.

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2010 AUCTION SALE DATES Saturday 20th Feburary 2010 Clocks, Barometers, Scientific & Mechanical Items, Militaria & Sporting Items, Antique Furniture & Objects. Saturday 20th March 2010 European Ceramics & Glass, Garden & Architectural Items, Antique Furniture & Objects.

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6.

Manner of....... In our opinion a work in the style of the artist and of a later date.

7.

After........ In our opinion a copy of a known work of the artist.

8.

Signed/Dated/Inscribed......... In our opinion the work has been signed/dated/inscribed by the artist.

Glossary of Terms:

9.

A glossary of the conventional terms employed in this catalogue concerning attribution of paintings, drawings, and works of art. The auctioneers reserve the right, in forming their opinion, to consult and rely upon any expert or authority considered by them to be reliable. Dimensions are given in centimetres, height before width.

With or Bears Signature/Date/lnscription........ In our opinion the signature/date/inscription is by a hand other than that of the artist.

The addition of a question mark (?) indicates an element of doubt.

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1.

Cataloguing Terms: - ‘All Faults’ or ‘As Found’, indicates that the item(s) referred to was (were) found to be damaged or repaired when catalogued. - ‘Slight Damage’. - Hallmarked. - Blue and White. - Framed and glazed. - Mother-of-Pearl.

Prints: The measurements of prints are taken, where possible, from the platemark (P); otherwise they record the size of the subject (S), or the image of the subject (I).

The forename(s) and surname of the artist: In our opinion a work by the artist. When the artist’s forename(s) is not known, a series of asterisks (*), followed by the surname of the artist, whether preceded by an initial or not, indicates that in our opinion the work is by the artist named.

2.

Attributed to......... In our opinion probably a work by the artist but less certainty is expressed than in the preceding category.

3.

Studio of........... In our opinion a work by an unknown hand in the studio of the artist which may or may not have been executed under the direction of the artist.

4.

Circle of........ In our opinion a work by an as yet unidentified but distinct hand - closely associated with the named artist but not necessarily his pupil.

5.

Follower of........ In our opinion a work by a painter working in the artist’s style, contemporary or nearly contemporary, but not necessarily his pupil.

In other categories the use of the word “style” indicates that, in our opinion, the item(s) is(are) in the style stated but of a later date.

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19. Inspection. Each buyer by making a bid for a lot acknowledges that he has satisfied himself fully before bidding by inspection or otherwise as to all the Sale Conditions, the physical condition of and description of the lot including but not restricted to whether the lot is damaged or has been repaired or restored. 20. Property and Risk. Legal title will not pass to the buyer until the lot(s) has been paid for in full and the Auctioneers shall be entitled to a lien on any lot until the purchase price (as defined in 22 below) is paid in full but each lot is at the sole risk of the buyer from the fall of the hammer. Each buyer shall forthwith give his full names and permanent address and if called upon to do so by the Auctioneer shall forthwith pay to Semley Auctioneers such proportion of the purchase price as the Auctioneer may require. If the buyer fails to do so, the lot may at the Auctioneers sole discretion be put up again and re-sold. 21. Every bidder shall be deemed to act as principal unless there is in force a written acknowledgement by Semley Auctioneers that he acts as agent on behalf of a named principal. 22. Removal of Goods. (a) No purchase shall be claimed or removed until it has been paid for and the sale has been concluded. All purchases shall be paid for and removed at the buyers risk and expense by 13.00 hours on the third working day after the sale, failing which the Auctioneer shall not be responsible if the same are lost, stolen, damaged or destroyed, and all lots not so removed shall remain at the risk of the buyer and may be removed to independent warehousing facilities, the costs to be borne by the buyer, in default of which the warehousing facility may exercise a lien on such goods. If they are not paid for and removed within 10 days of the sale the Auctioneer may re-sale them by auction or privately without notice to the buyer. Any liability that there may be on the part of the Auctioneer in respect of any loss shall be restricted to a maximum of the price paid by the buyer of the lot. (b)

In the event of any failure of the buyers to comply with any of the above conditions the damages recoverable by the seller or the Auctioneers from the defaulter shall include any loss arising on any re-sale of the lot, together with the charges and expenses in respect of both sales, and together with interest at 2% above Barclays Bank plc Base Rate upon the price of any lot which has not been paid for within 48 hours of the sale, and any money deposited in part payment shall be held by the Auctioneers on account of any liability of the defaulter to them or to the seller. The Auctioneers are unable to accept payment from successful bidders other than in cash or by the bidders own cheque. Cheques drawn by third parties, whether or not in favour of the Auctioneers, cannot be accepted.

23. Purchase Price. The purchaser shall pay the hammer price together with a premium of 17.5% of the hammer price (adjusted for VAT as necessary). The premium at the appropriate rate is payable by all purchasers. The amount invoiced in respect of the premium will be inclusive of VAT but this VAT will not normally be recoverable by the buyer. The vendor authorises the Auctioneer to deduct commission and expenses at the stated rates from the hammer price and acknowledges the Auctioneer’s right to retain the premium payable by the purchaser. 24. Third Party Liability. Every person on Semley Auctioneers' premises at any time shall be deemed to be there at their own risk. He or she shall have no claim against Semley Auctioneers in respect of any accident which may occur or injury, damage or loss howsoever caused, save insofar as the injury, damage or loss shall be caused by the direct negligence of Semley Auctioneers' employees. 25. Commission Charges. Commission is charged at 15% of the hammer price with a minimum commission of £8.51 per lot. The Auctioneer reserves the right to apply unsold charges at 15% of the Auctioneer's mid estimate, together with all other charges incurred. Vat is payable on all charges. Payments are normally issued within 14 days of the date of the sale, providing that Semley Auctioneers Ltd has received payment from the buyer.


BID NUMBER Semley Auctioneers, Station Road, Semley, Shaftesbury, Dorset SP7 9AN Telephone: (01747) 855 122 Fax: (01747) 855 222


Semleys Catalogue Sale date Saturday January 23rd