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The Tudor Sale: The Private Collection of Harry Makepeace O CTO B E R 27 - NOVEMBER 1 , 2 01 8


The Tudor Sale: The Private Collection of Harry Makepeace OCTOBER 27 - NOVEMBER 1, 2018


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Lot 3 George III Royal Hospital Chelsea Pewter Ale Flagon, London, c.1800

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Lot 2 Brislington Delft Polychrome Portrait Charger, c.1685

Flemish Allegorical Relief Carved Oak Figural Panel, 16th century

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Lot 80 Assembled Set of Ten Copper Graduated Haystack Measures, 19th century

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English Set of Seven Turned Brass Royal Navy Graduated Imperial Measures, Rd. Vandome, London, 1826 each bearing the crossed fouled anchor crest of the Royal Navy Victualling Board and George IV verifications, sizes one gallon to half gill, gallon 6.2 x 11.75 in — 15.7 x 29.8 cm; 8.1 in — 20.6 cm

Brislington Del! Polychrome Portrait Charger, c.1685 painted on the centre in blue, yellow and manganese with a portrait of a man, the rim with stylized flowers and leaves on undulating vines, repair, diameter 13 in — 33 cm

George III Royal Hospital Chelsea Pewter Ale Flagon, London, c.1800 straight sided with royal cipher engraved under the spout, the touch mark of Carpenter and Hamberger inside bo!om, a dated portcullis at the rim and engraved 17W for ward 17, height 8.9 in — 22.5 cm

$2,500—3,500

$700—1,000 $500—700

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George II Royal Hospital Chelsea Pewter Dish, John Carpenter, London, early 18th century with royal cipher to front rim, maker’s touchmark and city label, and ‘X’ verso, diameter 14.8 in — 37.7 cm

George III Pewter Communion Flagon, late 18th century large, straight sided, with a double domed knopped lid, ram’s horn thumbpiece, swan’s neck handle and a multi-ringed base, height 11.25 in — 28.6 cm

Brislington Del! ‘Adam & Eve’ Bowl, late 17th century painted and sponged in blue, green, ochre, red and manganese with Adam and Eve flanking the Tree of Knowledge, the rim with a blue-dash border, repairs, diameter 14 in — 35.6 cm

$500—700

$400—500

$1,200—1,800


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Bristol Del! Polychrome Farmyard Plate, c.1720 painted in colours with a cockerel and sponged with manganese, minor chips, diameter 9 in — 22.5 cm

English Blue and White Del! Chinoiserie Charger, mid-18th century painted on the centre with a seated figure in a garden, the rim with a narrow paneled la!ice border, chips, diameter 14.5 in — 36.8 cm

Lambeth Del! Polychrome Chinoiserie Plate, c.1750 painted with a figure in a garden se!ing, cracks, diameter 9 in — 22.9 cm

$500—700

$100—200

$300—500

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Royal Navy Copper Quart Rum Measure, 19th century engraved with broad arrow and Qt, height 5.5 in — 14 cm

Royal Navy Copper Half Gallon Rum Measure, 19th century engraved with broad arrow and 1/2 Gln, and with impressed VR 6 verification for Birmingham, height 6.3 in — 16 cm

Royal Navy Copper One Gallon Rum Measure, 18th/19th century engraved with broad arrow and ‘Gal’n’, height 7.75 in — 19.7 cm

$150—250

$200—250

$100—150


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Set of Four Royal Navy Graduated Copper Rum Measures, early 19th century a pint, 1/2 pint, gill and 1/2 gill, each with GR 6 verification for Birmingham, pint height 4 in — 10.2 cm

London Del! Blue and White Plate, c. 1770 painted with flowers and grasses on the centre, chips, diameter 9 in — 22.9 cm, painted ring mark in blue

Bristol Del! Polychrome Garden Scene Plate, c.1760 the centre with flowering shrubs within a border of flower sprigs, cracks, chips, diameter 9.2 in — 23.3 cm

$100—200

$100—200

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Liverpool Del! Polychrome Floral Plate, c.1750 painted with a central spray and sca!ered sprigs, minor chips, diameter 9.3 in — 23.5 cm

French Pewter Lidded Wine Flagon, Versailles, c.1725 the lid with double struck touchmark dated 1704 and monogram SBD, height 8 in — 20.3 cm

$100—200

Literature: See Hornsby, Pewter of the Western World, page 222 for a similar example.

Nuremberg Brass Alms Dish, 16th century the well with repousée swirled gadroon boss within Gothic inscribed border and punch decorated rim, diameter 17 in — 43.2 cm

$300—400

$150—250

$700—1,000


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Nuremberg Brass Alms Dish, 16th century the well with repousée stylized tulip boss within Gothic inscribed border and punch decorated rim, diameter 15.1 in — 38.4 cm

Pair of Victorian Brass Horse Form Hearth Ornaments, 19th century

Pair of English Cast Brass Hearth Ornaments, Pearson Page Jewsbury Co. Ltd., Birmingham, c.1934 each modelled with two entwined dolphins supporting a three masted ship, height 12.2 in — 31 cm

$700—1,000

Literature: See Hornsby, Collecting Antique Copper and Brass, page 238 for a similar example.

$100—150

$150—250

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English Brass Honour Box Engraved for the Rose & Crown Tavern, Rich and Bridgewater Patent, c.1800 with impressed makers marks and engraved ‘Rose & Crown, [P......y]’ under crest within wreath, 7.25 x 9.5 x 4.75 in — 18.4 x 24.1 x 12.1 cm

British East India Company Brass Fife Case, c.1800 with EIC coat of arms and mo!o: ‘Auspicio Regis et Senatus Angliae’, length 15.75 in — 40 cm

English Brass Wall Pocket, early 19th century modelled as stylized crown with pierced decoration overall, 8.4 x 9.6 in — 21.3 x 24.3 cm

$100—150

$200—300

$500—700


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English Brass Wall Pocket, early 19th century with pierce decorated back plate, 6 x 10 in — 15.2 x 25.4 cm

English Brass Wall Pocket, early 19th century with do"ed scalloped apron, and original reinforcing wire frame soldered to back, 7.25 x 9.4 in — 18.4 x 24 cm

Pair of Victorian Brass Spill Holders, 19th century height 9.1 in — 23 cm

Literature: See Schiffer, The Brass Book, page 122 for similar examples. $100—150

Literature: See Schiffer, The Brass Book, page 122 for similar examples.

Literature: See Hornsby, Collecting Antique Copper and Brass, page 90 for similar examples. $100—150

$100—150

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Dutch Del! Polychrome Inkwell, 19th century heart-shaped, painted with flowers and foilage, condition noted, width 5.7 in — 14.5 cm

Bristol Bianco Sopra Bianco Del! Dish, c.1750 painted on the centre with buildings by a river, a fisherman and boating figures in the foreground, chips, diameter 9 in — 22.9 cm

Sco"ish Pewter Mutchkin Mug, William Sco" III, Edinburgh, late 18th/early 19th century straight sided, with Edinburgh style fishtail terminal handel and with touchmark inside base, height 4.1 in — 10.5 cm

$75—150

$100—200

$200—250


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English Pewter OEAS Yorkshire Mug, c.1800 of pint capacity and straight sided with distinctive Yorkshire handle and verification Y under crowned GR, with additional West Riding verification mark, height 5.25 in — 13.3 cm

English Pewter OEAS Quart Mug, Samuel Harrop, Shrewsbury, mid 18th century with crowned ‘X’ and makers ‘hallmarks’ over verification crowned WR, additional crowned VR, and inspector Frances Whitaker’s initials under ‘Salop’, the inside bo!om impressed with further crowned X and London, height 6.1 in —15.5 cm

English OEAS Pewter Quart Mug, Thomas Leatherbarrow, Liverpool, c.1810 with double curved handle and ringed body, signed inside bo!om, height 7 in —17.8 cm

$150—200

$150—200

$150—250

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Dutch Del! ‘Peacock’ Pa"ern Charger, De Porceleyne Klaeuw, 18th century painted in blue, the rim with a yellow line border, crack, diameter 13.6 in — 34.5 cm, claw over 300 mark in underglaze blue

Dutch Del! Blue and White Apothecary Jar, 18th century incribed ‘E HYER: PIGR:’ in an elaborate cartouche, repair, height 7.5 in — 19.1 cm

Dutch Del! Blue and White Apothecary Jar, 18th century inscribed ‘EXTRACT.BACCIVNIR’ within an elaborate cartouche, chips, height 7.5 in — 19.1 cm

$200—300

$100—200

$100—200


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Tinderbox and Striker, 18th century height 2.5 in — 6.4 cm

A Pair of Iron Candle Snuffers and a Pair of Candle Douters, 18th century

$100—150

$100—150

English Silver Plate Wax Jack, 18th century height 5.5 in — 14 cm

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Two English Brass Pan Type Chamber Sticks, 18th century each of sheet metal construction, one with riveted handle and rolled rim, longest length 11.75 in — 29.8 cm

Pair of English Brass Adjustable Chamber Sticks, early 19th century one with associated conical douter, height 5.25 in — 13.3 cm

Pair of Netherlandish Brass Candlesticks, c.1700 each with turned stem, moulded octagonal base and socket with extractor hole, height 8.5 in — 21.5 cm

Literature: See Schiffer, The Brass Book, page 206 for similar examples.

$100—150

$100—150

$100—150

$200—250


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Pair of Continental Brass Pricket Candlesticks, 17th century each turned with drip pan, and solid stem on spreading base with three bun feet, height 11.8 in — 30 cm

Pair of English Brass Candlesticks, c.1720 each with octagonal baluster stem, socket and moulded base, height 8.7 in — 22 cm

Spanish or Dutch Brass Candlestick, c.1690 with ring turned socket to baluster stem and plain, square base, height 5 in — 12.7 cm

$200—250

Literature: See Caspall, Fire and Light, page 105/107 for similar examples.

Literature: See Schiffer, The Brass Book, pages 149 and 180 for similar examples.

$200—250

$200—250

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Spanish Brass Candlestick, c.1680 with slender baluster riser threaded to moulded triangular base raised on block feet, height 7.9 in — 20 cm

Irish Wrought Iron Rushnip, early 18th century with twist standard on ring base, height 13.3 in — 33.8 cm

Literature: See Schiffer, The Brass Book, pages 149 and 167 for similar examples.

Two Alpine Wrought Iron Candle Holders, 18th century one with ornate scrollwork, each with heart shaped drip pan raised on three feet, height 9 in — 22.9 cm

$150—200

$200—250

$300—400


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English Wrought Iron Ruship, 18th century on elm block base, height 9.25 in — 23.5 cm

English Wrough Iron Rush Nip with Candle Socket, 18th century with twist riser to scroll base, height 11.75 in — 29.8 cm

English Wrought Iron Floor Rushnip with Candle Holder, 18th century with sprung adjustable height mechanism raised on scrolling tripod base, height 29.25 in — 74.3 cm

$150—200

$150—200

$150—200

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English Wrought Iron Floor Rushnip with Candle Holder, 18th century the knopped standard with sprung adjustable height mechanism raised on tripod base, height 31.5 in — 80 cm

English Wrought Iron Cresset, early 18th century the pierced pan on twist standard to tripod foot, height 27 in — 68.6 cm

Del! Blue and White Bowl, 18th century painted with a single figure in an encircling Italianate landscape, repaired, diameter 10.2 in — 26 cm

$150—200

$50—100

$100—200


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De Porceleyne Klaeuw Polychrome Del! Garniture of Three Vases, 18th century each painted with a panel of a chapel with figure in the foreground, chip repair, largest height 8.9 in — 22.5 cm, painted claw marks /150 in red

Del! Blue and White Charger, 18th century painted with a bird and basket of fruit on the centre, minor chips, diameter 12.3 in — 31.2 cm

Dutch Brass Two Light Wall Sconce, 18th century the repoussée worked octagonal backplate with border of hearts and ovals, and removable twin scrolling branches

$100—200

$250—350

$300—400

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Victorian Cast Brass Pint Measure, 19th century with London verification and engraved ‘H. FInch, Old Holborn Bar’, height 5.3 in— 13.5 cm

Victorian Cast Brass Bellied Quart Measure, 19th century with Liverpool verification, height 6.5 in — 16.5 cm

English Pewter Porringer, Thomas Page, Bristol, early to mid 18th century with three plume touchmark to ear verso, and marriage triade monogram BIM, to ear, recto

$100—150

Literature: See Hornsby, Collecting Antique Copper and Brass, page 194 for an example of a complete set. $150—200

Literature: See The Pewter Society Journal, Autumn 2016, where this porringer is listed as P170, see also The Pewter Society internet database no. 7019 for Thomas Page. $150—200


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English Pewter Standish, Burgum and Catco!, Bristol, c.1770 of small proportions, having two ink wells and a ponce pot opposite a pen compartment, with numerous marks to bo!om including crowned ‘X’, London label (with mirrored Ns), flanked by two double headed eagle marks, all above makers ‘hallmarks’, 2.5 x 6.7 x 4.5 in — 6.4 x 17 x 11.4 cm

English Pewter Table Snuff Box, 19th century unmarked, with acorn knop, height 4.7 in — 12 cm

English Pewter Tobacco Box, early 19th century unmarked, of cylindrical form with head form knop, height 4.3 in — 11 cm

$80—120

Literature: See Peal’s Pewter of Great Britain, page 148, for an identical example. $80—120

$250—350

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Small English Pewter Ale Jug, 19th century with crowned ‘X’, inside bo!om, otherwise unmarked, height 4.7 in — 12 cm

English Pewter Baluster Form Spice Pot, 18th century unmarked, with knopped, domed screw on lid, height 4 in — 10.2 cm

$80—120

Literature: See Carl Ricke!, Pewter Society Journal, Spring, 1997.

Colection of Pewter Spoons and Open Salts, 18th/19th century the salts unmarked, including a single skinned and a pair of double skinned examples, the spoons including 4 continental trifid handled, and one marked for Z. Sarson, diameter 3.1 in — 8 cm

$100—200

$80—120


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Collection of Eleven Sco!ish Pewter Communion Tokens, early-mid 19th century largest width 1.3 in — 3.2 cm

Victorian Pewter Chalice, Probably Pra! and Sons, London, late 19th century unmarked, with knopped stem, height 4.5 in — 11.4 cm

Large English Pewter Strainer Tray Liner, 18th century with crowned ‘X’ mark and marriage triad monogram HIM, 12.2 x 16.3 in — 31 x 41.5 cm

$80—120

$100—150

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English Pewter Triple Reed Deep Bowl, late 17th century the narrow rim with monogram RW and ‘hallmarks’ similar to those of John Shorey (London, 1683-1722), and with unidentified touchmark to bo!om, height 13.75 in — 34.9 cm

English Pewter Wavy Edge Dish, Thomas Chamberlain, London, mid 18th century with maker’s three plume touchmark to bo!om, and engraved coat of arms to front rim, 12.4 x 15.4 in — 31.5 x 39.2 cm

English Pewter Lidded and Spouted Tulip Form Pint Measure, Bristol, c.1800 with double dome lid, open chairback thumbpiece and double curve handle, erroneously markd 1/2 pint, and monogrammed ‘C’, height 6.3 in — 16 cm

$400—500

$100—200

$100—150

$80—120


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Bristol Del! ‘Mimosa’ Pa"ern Plate and Another Smaller, 18th century painted in blue, the first with a red line border, repair, largest diameter 10 in — 25.5 cm

Del! Chinoiserie Bowl, 18th century painted in blue with a figure in an encircling garden se!ing, sailboats and mountains in the distance, repair, diameter 9 in — 22.9 cm

English Del! Blue and White Plate, probably Liverpool, c.1770 painted with a central garden scene, the rim with three stylized flower sprigs, minor chips, diameter 9.1 in — 23.2 cm

$200—300

$100—200

$100—200

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English Pewter U and Filet Banded Quart Mug, Moody and Mister, Surrey, c.1837 rim with verification and ‘hallmarks’ for Richard Mister, and touchmark for John Moody inside bo!om, height 6.5 in — 16.5 cm

English Pewter Double Domed Tankard, Bristol, c.1800 with open chairback thumbpiece, double curved handle, height 6 in — 15.2 cm

English Pewter Broth Bowl, c.1700 height 3.8 in — 9.6 cm, diameter 5.7 in —14.5 cm

$100—150

$200—250

Literature: See Hornsby, Pewter of the Western World, page 138 for a similar example. $150—200


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George III Pewter Tulip Form Spouted Measure, c.1780 with indistinct touchmark to bo!om, GR cypher and possibly Channel Island verification mark, and filet on the body, height 4.75 in — 12.1 cm

Assembled Set of Ten Copper Graduated Haystack Measures, 19th century including a 5 gallon, 3 gallon, 2 gallon, 1 gallon, 1/2 gallon, quart, pint, 1/2 pint, and a gill, by various makers, 5 Gallon height 18 in — 45.7 cm

Three English Brass Haystack Measures, 19th and early 20th centuries including an unmarked pint and a pair of 1/2 pints with George V verification marks, pint height 6 in — 15.2 cm

$250—350

$3,000—3,500

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English Brass Haystack Quart Measure, London, c.1905 with Edward VII London lead seal verification in the neck, height 6 in — 15.2 cm

English Bronze Sealer’s Bell Weight, 18th century with impressed marks including GR over M, a dagger, a crowned G, an A and a ewer, height 5.75 in — 14.6 cm, 112 oz. — 3483.6 grams

Two English Brass Standard Heavy Rim Measures, 19th/early 20th centuries including a pint with Victorian London and Northampton County verifications, monogrammed JWC, and a 1/2 pint with George V Birmingham mark, pint height 4.7 in — 12 cm

$100—150

$50—100

$100—150

$100—150


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Two English Graduated Brass Conical Measures, John Abbot & Co. Ltd., Gateshead, c.1830 a pint and 1/2 pint each engraved County Borough of Gateshead, the rims impressed W.S. No. 5 and No. 6, respectively, pint height 5.25 in — 13.3 cm

Four English Graduated Cast Brass Measures, 19th century including a Victorian 1/2 pint with LCC (London City Council) verification, a Georgian gill with 1826 portcullis mark also engraved H. Finch, Old Holborn Bars, and an Edwardian gill and half gill, each with LCC verification, pint height 4.1 in — 10.5 cm

English Brass Posnet, Roger Rice, Bristol, mid 18th century signed on the handle, 4.75 x 15.9 in — 12.1 x 40.5 cm

$100—150

$200—250

$200—300

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London Del! Polychrome Plate, c.1740 painted with stylized flower sprigs around a flowerhead medallion, the rim with a la!ice paneled border, chips, diameter 8.8 in — 22.3 cm

Liverpool Del! Polychrome Plate, c.1760-70 painted with a large house and gardens with a boater in the foreground, small chips, diameter 8.7 in — 22 cm

Bristol Del! Blue and White Bowl, c. 1750 painted on the centre with sailing boat in a harbour, the rim with a paneled la!ice border, minor glaze chips, diameter 8.7 in — 22 cm

$100—200

$150—250

$150—250


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Set of English Brass Graduated Apothecary Measures, De Grave, Short & Co., London, 1879 labelled for the town of West Riding, Yorkshire, each turned and engraved cup with multiple proof stamps from 1879 to 1959, in maker’s fi!ed mahogany case with glass covers and pipe!e, case 3.25 x 10.25 x 7.75 in — 8.3 x 26 x 19.7 cm

English Lidded Pewter Ale Jug, early 19th century of bulbous form with open chairback thumbpiece, height 8.5 in — 21.6 cm

English Copper Haystack Pint Measure, 19th century with three crown verification for Hull and ‘N’ for No!ingham, height 5.7 in — 14.5 cm

$150—200

$100—150

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Irish Pewter Quart Haystack Measure, Munster Iron Co., Cork, c.1880 with crowned VR and harp over 533 verification mark, and 122 over SE for Saorstat Eireann (Irish Free State), height 7.25 in — 18.4 cm

Two Irish Copper Haystack Measures, County Clare, 19th century the first punched with ‘quart’ and impressed verification marks including crowned VR over Clare over 1868 and a head in profile between V and R over 1885 the second a pint with Crown over W IV over 1836, Crowned VR over Clare over 1858 and a crown over CC, height 6.75 in — 17.1 cm

Irish Copper Haystack Pint Measure, 19th century with W IV [sic] over 1871 verification on the inner spout, height 6.3 in — 16 cm

$800—1,200

$200—300

$200—300

$100—150


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Irish Pewter Haystack Half Gallon Measure, Austen & Son, Cork, early to mid 19th century with maker’s touchmark to base, VR verification and crown over 590, height 10 in — 25.4 cm

THREE IRISH GRADUATED PEWTER HAYSTACK MEASURES, AUSTEN & SON, CORK, EARLY TO MID 19TH CENTURY including a pint, 1/2 pint and a gill, each verified in with VR and harp under crown and with touch mark to base, the pint also impressed “J. Carey’

Large Del! Charger, probably English, 18th century painted on the centre with flowers and grasses, the rim with a la!ice border, minor chips, diameter 14.6 in — 37 cm

$300—400

$150—250

tallest height 6.1 in — 25.4 cm $200—300

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Two Bristol Del! Polychrome or Blue and White Plates, c.1760 painted with rocks and flowering shrubs, minor chips, diameter 8.7 in — 22.2 cm

German Stoneware Bellarmine Jug, 17th century moulded with a bearded mask at the neck and armorials below, chips, height 8.7 in — 22 cm

Five Sco"ish Graduated Brass Baluster Measures, 19th century including a pint, 1/2 pint, gill, 1/2 gill and a 1/4 gill, each with weighted base and Victorian verification mark, pint height 5.8 in — 14.8 cm

$150—250

$250—350

$200—250


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Five Sco!ish Brass Baluster Measures, mid 19th century including two 1/2 pints, two gills, and a 1/2 gill, each with Victorian verification marks for Glasgow or Dundee, half pint height 5 in — 12.7 cm

Sco!ish Pewter Tappit Hen Half Gill ‘Nip’ Measure, c.1875 with Glasgow tree verification mark to rim, height 2.9 in — 7.4 cm

Four Sco!ish Graduated Pewter Lidded Measures, 18th/19th centuries the pint with VR verification marks for Glasgow, the 1/2 pint with Ayshire verification and castle mark for Ayr Royal Burgh, the gill with numerous Perth County verifications, the half gill unmarked, each with Crown and GR medallion to lid and shell thumbpiece, tallest height 5.25 in — 13.3 cm

$100—150

$100—150

$300—400

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Sco!ish Brass Haystack Half Gallon Measure, Anderson Bros., Glasgow, c.1910 with impressed lead Govan verification seal in the neck, height 9.3 in — 23.5 cm

Sco!ish Brass Haystack Quart Measure, 19th century the lead seal in the neck with indistinct Victorian marks, height 8.1 in — 20.5 cm

Four Sco!ish Brass Graduated Bombé Measures, 19th century including a pint, gill and 1/2 gill with Glasgow verification and a 1/4 gill verified for Dunfries County, height 5.75 in — 14.6 cm

$100—150 $100—150

$150—250


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Five Sco!ish Graduated Copper Baluster Measures, 19th century including a pint, 1/2 pint, gill, 1/2 gill and a 1/4 gill, each with Victorian verification marks, pint height 5.8 in — 14.7 cm

Four Small Sco!ish Copper Measures, 19th century including two ‘pennyworths’, a 6 and a 3 drams, respectively, each applied impressed brass label, and two Sco!ish 1/4 gills: a straight sided with Edinburgh verification marks and a baluster having Midlothian County marks, height 3 in — 7.6 cm

Sco!ish Copper Thistle Pint Measure, mid 19th century with numerous Glasgow and Dundee verifications dated 1866 to 1898, height 6.75 in — 17.1 cm

$200—250

$100—150

$80—120

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German Stoneware Westerwald Jug, 17th century moulded, incised and painted in blue, condition noted, height 7.1 in — 18 cm

English Slipware ‘Cockerel’ Baking Dish, 18th century of oblong form with cream slip bird on the centre, minor chips, length 16.5 in — 42 cm

Salt Glazed Stoneware Jug, probably German, 17th century covered with a shaded brown glaze, minor chips, height 8.7 in — 22 cm

$200—300

$400—600

$75—150


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English Pewter Wavy Edge Gadrooned Rim Soup Bowl, Robert Patience, London, mid 18th century with maker’s touchmark, crowned ‘X’ and London label under rim, and rampant lion coat of arms to top rim, diameter 9.6 in — 24.5 cm

Early English Pewter Double Reed Basin, Thomas Hicks, London, 17th century with maker’s crowned rose touchmark to base, height 3 in — 7.6 cm, diameter 11.8 in — 30 cm

English Pewter Deep Dish, Thomas Leatherbarrow and John Hardman, early 18th century with Leatherbarrow’s touchmark and label, and Hardman’s ‘hallmarks’ to bo!om, and with a well hammered booge, diameter 12 in — 30.5 cm

$200—300

$150—200

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English Pewter Dish, John Evans, Exeter, second half, 18th century with makers twice struck touchmark, and Humphrey Evans ‘hallmarks’ to bo!om, and monogram MM to top rim, diameter 10.9 in — 27.6 cm

English Pewter Wavy Edge Oval Dish, Burford and Green, London, mid 18th century with maker’s touchmark and crowned ‘X’ over London label to bo!om, and coat of arms with mo!o (Aquila Non Capit Muscas) to top rim, 9.5 x 12.4 in — 24.1 x 31.5 cm

English Pewter Triple Reed Dish, John Felton, Shrewsbury, late 17th century with maker’s hallmarks opposite marriage triad monogram BRH on top rim, the bo!om with twice stamped French Arms mark, length 16.5 in — 41.9 cm

$150—200

$350—450

$150—200

$100—150


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English Pewter Triple Reed Dish, John Briggs, Doncaster, mid 17th century with maker’s touchmarks under rim, hallmarks and monogram MP to top rim, diameter 15 in — 38.1 cm

Pair of English Pewter Plates, Pi! and Floyd, London, c.1770 each with maker’s touchmark and crowned ‘X’ to rim, verso, and ornate monogram JAF to front rim, diameter 9.75 in — 24.8 cm

Pair of English Pewter Triple Reed Plates, John Jackson Sr., London, c.1700 each front rim with clear maker’s ‘hallmarks’ the bo!oms with faint outline (possibly the maker’s London mark), diameter 9.25 in — 23.5 cm

Literature: Pewter Society Journal Autumn 2006, page 51, and Pewter Society data sheet 966.

$150—250

$300—350

$250—350

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Set of Three English Pewter Wavy Edge Plates, Joseph Spackman, c.1770 each rim verso with maker’s touchmark and Cornhill, London label, the front rim with ornate monogram HG, diameter 9.75 in — 24.8 cm

Set of Four English Pewter Plates, Alexander Cleve Jr., London, mid 18th century with clear ‘hallmarks’, touchmarks, and crowned rose Made in London label to rim, verso, diameter 9.8 in — 25 cm

Pair of Irish Pewter Plates, James Nolan, Dublin, late 18th century each with with maker’s ‘hallamarks’ and owner’s monogram TP to base, height 9.5 in — 24.1 cm

$300—400

$350—450

$150—200


127

128

129

Irish Pewter Plate, Joseph Austen, Cork, early 19th century with maker’s ‘hallmarks’, touchmark, crowned ‘X’, and ‘Superfine Hard Metal’ label to bo!om, also with monograms OB over ME, diameter 9.75 in — 24.8 cm

Pair of English Pewter Single Reed Plates, Thomas Carter, London, c.1700 with maker’s touchmark and London label to bo!om, and marriage triade monogram to top rim, diameter 8.5 in — 21.6 cm

English Pewter Narrow Rim Plate, James Butcher, Bridgwater, Sommerset, early 18th century with maker’s ‘hallmarks’ in the front well, diameter 9.2 in — 23.3 cm

$100—140

$100—150

130

131

132

English Pewter Triple Reed Plate, John Greenbank Jr., Worcester, late 17th century with maker’s ‘hallmarks’ and marriage triade monogram OIE to front rim, and touchmark to bo!om,, diameter 9.25 in — 23.5 cm

English Pewter Triple Reed Plate, John Cave Sr. Branbury, 17th century with maker’s ‘hallmarks’ to front rim, and touchmark to bo!om,, diameter 9.2 in — 23.3 cm

Irish Pewter Plate, William Ducross, Dublin, early 19th century the bo!om with maker’s clear ‘hallmarks’ under crowned ‘X’ and wtih a well hammered booge, diameter 9.6 in — 24.3 cm

$150—200

$150—250

$250—350

$100—150


133

134

135

Irish Pewter Plate, Samuel Woods, Waterford, 19th century with maker’s clear touchmarks and ‘hallmarks’, and a well hammered booge, diameter 9.6 in — 24.3 cm

English Baronial Pewter Hot Water Plate, Hall and Sco!, Exeter, mid 18th century with maker’s touchmark, crowned ‘X’, London and ‘Superfine Hard Metal’ labels to bo!om, the top rim with coat of arms of Rogers family of Wisdome and Blachford, Baronets of Devonshire, width 10.5 in — 26.7 cm

English Pewter Engraved Plate, William Cook, Bristol, c.1800 with maker’s ‘hallmarks’ crowned ‘X’, and London label* and monogram II, the well with decorative engraving of a gentleman on horssback in a landscape se!ing.

$100—150

$100—150

$150—250

136

137

138

Large English Pewter Deep Charger, Richard Going, Bristol, c.1700 with maker’s touch and ‘hallmarks’ under rim, diameter 20.3 in — 51.6 cm

Large English Wavy Edge Gadrooned Rim Charger, Burford and Green, London, mid 18th century with maker’s touchmark and crowned ‘X’ under rim, with engraved inscription: ‘George Murdoch, London, 1825, Tyler Stokes’, with monogram MCS to front rim, diameter 18 in — 45.7 cm

Large English Pewter Oval Pla!er, John Home, London, mid 18th century with maker’s touchmark, crowned ‘X’ and London label to bo!om, and engraved Falcon family crest to front rim, 16 x 21 in — 40.6 x 53.3 cm

$350—450

$500—700

$250—350


139

140

141

Large English Pewter Single Reed Charger, John Sherrington, Wigan, c.1700 top rim with maker’s hallmarks, with later engraved decoration including trailing vine border, the basin with repoussée and engraved three turret castle with flags centered by foliage, a bull’s head and monogram W, diameter 15.5 in — 39.4 cm

Large English Pewter Single Reed Charger, Lawrence Dyer, London, midlate 17th century with maker’s ‘hallmarks’ to front rim together with marriage triade monogram WIA, and partial touch and London label under rim, diameter 20 in — 50.8 cm

Four English Brass Dredgers and a Castor, mid 18th century the castor of Georgian form, the dredgers of graduated sizes, castor height 5.8 in — 14.7 cm $200—300

$500—700

$200—250

142

143

144

MISCELLANEOUS GROUP OF BRASS ITEMS, 17TH, 18TH AND 19TH CENTURIES including a Spanish candlestick, c.1690, a Georgian brass shoehorn, a heavy turned gill measure, a snuffer tray and an 18th century Dutch tobacco box

Pair of Horse Brass Mounted Leather Straps and a Postal Scale, 19th century straps length 16 in — 40.6 cm

Two English Fire Marks, 18th and 19th centuries the first a Royal Exchange cast lead example, the second of pressed and painted copper issued for County Fire Office between 1807 and 1904, larger 9.5 x 6.75 in — 24.1 x 17.1 cm

candlestick height 7.1 in — 18 cm $200—300

$100—150

$150—200


145

146

147

English Turned Brass Tobacco Jar, early 19th century the cylindrical body raised on three bun feet and with lid having figural knop, height 7.75 in — 19.7 cm

Continental Pewter Tobacco Box, early 19th century with inset copper bo!om raised on scrolling feet, the sides with neoclassical decoration including pu!i, the caddy top with horse head knop, height 7.25 in — 18.4 cm

Dutch Brass and Copper Tobacco Box, Johann Heinrich Giese, Iserlohn, mid 18th century the lid with embossed titled full figure of Frederick the Great and maker’s mark, the bo!om with 12 ba!le victory cartouches, length 6.3 in — 16 cm

$100—150

$300—400

148

149

150

Dutch Brass and Copper Tobacco Box, mid 18th century top and bo!om well engraved with courting couple with text, the sides with further text: Ver Laat / De Werbelt, length 6 in — 15.2 cm

Dutch Brass Oval Tobacco Box, 18th century both top and bo!om with engraved scenes including figures, titled ‘Zee Man / Land Man’ (Sea Man / Country Man) respectively, diameter 4.5 in — 11.4 cm

Del! Blue and White Barber’s Bowl, 18th century painted with fruit, flowers and foliage, repair, diameter 10 in — 25.4 cm

$200—250

Literature: See Schiffer, The Brass Book, pages 117 and 118 for similar examples.

$150—200

$100—150

$300—500


151

152

153

English Brass Barber’s Bowl, 18th century with hanging bale to underside rim, diameter 11.4 in — 29 cm

English Tole Barbers Bowl, 18th century numbered 10 with hanging bale, length 10.75 in — 27.3 cm

French Wrought Iron ’Dutch Crown’ Game Hanger, 18th century with nine hooks and fleur des lis ornaments, diameter 14.25 in — 36.2 cm

$100—150

$100—150

$250—350

154

155

156

Two French Zoomorphic Iron Meat Cleavers, 19th century one modelled as a weasel, the other with quail head, diameter 12.25 in — 31.1 cm

Three English Copper Jelly Moulds, 19th century two with impressed maker’s mark for Benham and Froud, London, tallest height 4.75 in — 12.1 cm

Three English Copper Jelly Moulds, 19th Century one monogrammed NA flanking a crown, the second AWM, the third impressed N.231

$200—300

$250—350

tallest height 6.5 in — 16.5 cm $300—400


157

158

159

Three English copper Jelly Moulds, 19th century the impressed 324C, with two miniatures, one marked ABM London, tallest height 4 in — 10.2 cm

English Brass Coffee and Hot Water Pot, early 19th century each with carved horn handle and traces of silver plating, height 9.8 in — 25 cm

English Copper Coffee Pot, c.1830 of trumpet form with turned wooden side handle in heart shaped brace, height 10.25 in — 26 cm

Literature: See Gentle, Belinda, Domestic Metalwork, 1640-1820, The Antique Collector's Club, 1994, p. 273: “It is a misconception that the production of silver plated brass rather than solid silver was based entirely on economic factors alone. The cra!smanship of these pieces is invariably of an extremely high standard, and the use of hallmarklike stamps would suggest the likely involvement of silversmiths in their manufacture.”

Literature: See Hornsby, Collecting Antique Copper and Brass, page 166 for a similar example.

$150—200

$150—200

$150—200

160

161

162

Two Large Victorian Copper Gooseneck Ke"les, 19th century the larger with maker’s mark for Maurice Cohen & Co., London on and inside lid, the smaller possibly by William Souter, height 13.2 in — 33.5 cm

Three Victorian Copper and Brass Gooseneck Ke"les, 19th century the smallest with William Souter and Sons, Birmingham, maker’s marks, tallest height 10.75 in — 27.3 cm

Victorian Iron Bed Warmer, 19th century of sheet metal construction on a turned walnut handle, length 42 in — 106.7 cm

$200—300

$200—300

$100—150


163

164

165

Early English Iron and Brass Bed Warmer, early-mid 17th century the pan lid with punched and engraved decoration, length 45 in — 114.3 cm

Early English Iron and Brass Bed Warmer, 1628 the pan lid dated and engraved ‘The Weaver’s Guild’ surrounding the guild’s arms, length 37.75 in — 95.9 cm

Three English Carved Oak Corbels, 17th century including a woman’s face, a lion mask and a fruit swag, each currently mounted a bracket shelf, tallest height 17.5 in — 44.5 cm

$300—500

$150—250

166

167

168

English Relief Carved Oak Fragment, 17th Century modelled as the face of a gentleman in period collar,

English Carved Oak Figure, 17th century modelled standing with arms crossed in Cromwellian a!ire, probably once part of an ornamental furniture rail, height 8.7 in — 22 cm

English Carved Oak Mask Corbel the man’s face modelled with long hair and downcast eyes, currently mounted as a bracket shelf, 8 x 11.25 x 4.75 in — 20.3 x 28.6 x 12.1 cm

$150—200

oak fragment 7.12 x 6.25 in — 18.1 x 15.9 cm; 14.25 x 11.75 in — 36.2 x 29.8 cm $100—150

$150—250

$100—150


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170

171

English Carved Oak Figural Term, 17th century modelled a the bust of gentleman on scrolling bracket with fruit and rose drop swag, now mounted on framed board, term height 24.75 in — 62.9 cm; 31.5 x 10.25 in — 80 x 26 cm

English Carved Oak Figural Term, 16th/17th century the 3/4 length figure modelled in ruff collar holding scroll and shield with tassels and hanging fruit, now mounted on framed board, term height 24.75 in — 62.9 cm; 31.5 x 10.25 in — 80 x 26 cm

English Relief Carved Oak Figural Term, 17th century the half length female figure modelled with crossed arms over stylized leaf ornaments, height 17.25 in — 43.8 cm

$150—250

$300—400

172

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174

English Carved Oak Figural Term, 17th century finely modelled, the 3/4 length body with hands together in prayer, to scrolling volute with grotesque mask terminating in fruited drop garland, height 20.5 in — 52 cm

Pair of English Carved Oak Term Figures, 16th century the first modelled as St. Peter with keys and book, the second, St. Ma"hew with coin purse, each now mounted on framed board, figure height 14 in — 35.6 cm; 20.25 x 11 in — 51.4 x 27.9 cm

Pair of English Gothic Relief Carved Oak Panels, 16th century each with stylized leaf and berry medallions over arched ‘windows’, framed, panels 18 x 7.5 in — 45.7 x 19.1 cm; 24 x 13.9 in — 61 x 35.3 cm

$300—500

$500—700

$200—250

$300—400


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176

177

Flemish Allegorical Relief Carved Oak Figural Panel, 16th century depicting Prudentia with hand mirror and eagle in a garden se!ing, framed, panel 11.25 x 10 in — 28.6 x 25.4 cm; 16.7 x 15.25 in — 42.4 x 38.7 cm

English Relief Carved Oak Tulip Panel, early 17th century with three stylized tulip blooms and two buds, sight 10.75 x 8.75 in — 27.3 x 22.2 cm; 13.75 x 12 in — 34.9 x 30.5 cm

English Relief Carved Oak Romayne Panel, 16th century the medallion with bearded gentleman in profile centered by foliated scrollwork

$300—400

$150—200

$250—300

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180

English Relief Carved Oak Romayne Panel, 16th century with profile portrait of a gentleman within wreath above a stylized urn, 18.5 x 9 in — 47 x 22.9 cm

English Relief Carved Oak Romayne Panel, 16th centuy with profile portrait of a Roman soldier in eagle head helmet, in medallion centered by classical scrollwork, in later reeded oak frame, 21.75 x 10.5 in — 55.2 x 26.7 cm

Pair of English Relief Carved Oak Panelled Cupboard Doors, 16th Century each with stylized tree

$300—400

$250—350

each 13.5 x 13.5 in — 34.3 x 34.3 cm $250—300


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English Relief Caved Oak Tulip Panel, early 17th century with stylized tulip, in later frame, 13.5 x 11.5 in — 34.3 x 29.2 cm

George Monck, 1st Duke of Albemarle (1608-1670)

Thomas Bowles (British, 1712-1767) A VIEW OF THE ROYAL HOSPITAL AT CHELSEA AND THE ROTUNDA IN RANELAIGH [SIC] GARDERNS, 1761 coloured copper engraving, framed, sight 10.25 x 15.5 in — 26 x 39.4 cm

$150—200

A LETTER FROM HIS EXCELLENCIE TO THE PARILIAMENT, 1600 printed by John Macock, London, framed, pages 6.75 x 5.25 in — 17.1 x 13.3 cm; 13 x 17.25 in — 33 x 43.8 cm

$100—150

$80—120

184

185

186

John Hinton (British, 18th century) A PERSPECTIVE VIEW OF THE CITY OF QUEBEC, THE CAPITAL OF CANADA, 1761 hand coloured copper engraving from Hinton’s The Univesal Magazine of Knowledge and Pleasure, framed, sight 7 x 12 in — 17.8 x 30.5 cm; 16.25 x 20 in — 41.3 x 50.8 cm

JOHN OGILBY (ENGLISH, 1600-1676) THE ROAD FROM IPSWICH COMM. TO NORWICH AND THENCE TO CROMER ON THE SEA COAST, 17TH/18TH CENTURY hand coloured copper engraving on laid paper, framed

Jean Janvier L’AMERIQUE SEPTENTRIONALE DIVISÉE EN SES PRINCIPAUX ETATS, 1762 hand coloured copper engraved map of Central and North America, first state, depicting a ‘Sea of the West’ and with elaborate title cartouch, sight 13 x 18.5 in — 33 x 47 cm; 22.5 x 26 in — 57.2 x 66 cm

$100—150

sight 13.25 x 17.5 in — 33.7 x 44.5 cm; 21 x 25 in — 53.3 x 63.5 cm $100—150

$200—300


187

190

Seven Hand Coloured Engraved Views, 18th/early 19th centuries Thomas Malton, ‘New Palace Yard’ from Malton’s Picturesque Tour, vol. 1, 1782

Laurie and Whi!le, ‘A view of London and Westminster &c from One Tree Hill in Greenwich Park’, 1794, London

Homann Heirs a!er Johann Baptist Homann (1663-1724) MAGNAE BRITANNIÆ ET HIBERNIAE: A GENERAL MAP OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND WITH PART OF HOLLAND, FLANDERS, FRANCE & AGREABLE TO MODERN HISTORY hand coloured engraved map of the British Isles with large inset of the Shetland Islands, dated 1749, sight 19.5 x 21.75 in — 49.5 x 55.2 cm; 26 x 28 in — 66 x 71.1 cm

J.A. Whi!le and R.H. Laurie, ‘A View of Panfilius’ Palace, Rome’, 1818, London

$150—250

Paul Andre Basset, ‘Vue de L’Eglise St. Nicolas a Liverpool, Prise de la Rue de la Chapelle’ c.1820, Paris

J.A. Whi!le and R.H. Laurie, ‘Waterloo Place, Pall Mall, and the Colonnade of the Kings Theatre, Opera House’, 1818, London Thomas Bowles, ‘A View of St. Jame’s Square, London, 1753 Charles Bentley a"er Henry Aiken, ‘Partridge Shooting’, S&J Fuller, London, 1835, various sizes, largest frame 15.2 x 17.5 in — 38.5 x 44.5 cm $200—300


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condition of lots

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buyers premium

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payment

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Selling at Waddington’s bidding

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shipping

waddington’s commission rates Items selling for $7,501 or more 10% Items selling for $2,501 to $7,500 15% Items selling for $251 to $2,500 20%

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Items selling for $250 or less 25%

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cites

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insurance

auction advice

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6. Each lot may be subject to an unpublished reserve which may be changed at any time by agreement between the auctioneer and the consignor. The auctioneer may bid, or direct an employee to bid, on behalf of the consignor as agreed between them. In addition, the auctioneer may accept and submit absentee and telephone bids, to be executed by an employee of the auctioneer, pursuant to the instructions of prospective purchasers not in attendance at the sale. 7. The highest bidder accepted by the auctioneer for any lot shall be the buyer and such buyer shall forthwith assume full risk and responsibility for the lot and must comply with such other Conditions of Sale as may be applicable. If any dispute should arise between bidders the auctioneer shall have the absolute discretion to designate the buyer or, at his option, to withdraw any disputed lot from the sale, or to re-offer it at the same or a subsequent sale. The auctioneer’s decision in all cases shall be final. 8. Immediately after the purchase of a lot, the buyer shall pay or undertake to the satisfaction of the auctioneer with respect to payment of the whole or any part of the purchase price requested by the auctioneer, failing which the auctioneer in his sole discretion may cancel the sale, with or without re-offering the item for sale. 9. The buyer shall pay for all lots within 48 hours from the date of the sale, after which a late charge of 2% per month on the total invoice may be incurred or the auctioneer, in his sole discretion, may cancel the sale. The buyer shall not become the owner of the lot until paid for in full. Items must be removed within 10 days from the date of sale, after which storage charges may be incurred.

4. The auctioneer reserves the right to withdraw any lot from sale at any time, to divide any lot or to combine any two or more lots at his sole discretion, all without notice.

10. Each lot purchased, unless the sale is cancelled as above, shall be held by the auctioneer at his premises or at a public warehouse at the sole risk of the buyer until fully paid for and taken away.

5. The auctioneer has the right to refuse any bid and to advance the bidding at his absolute discretion. The auctioneer reserves the right not to accept and not to reject any bid. Without limitation, any bid which is not commensurate with the value of the article offered, or which is merely a nominal or fractional advance over the previous bid may not be recognized.

11. Notwithstanding condition no. 1, if the buyer, prior to removal of a lot, makes arrangements satisfactory to the auctioneer for the inspection of such lot by a fully qualified person acceptable to the auctioneer to determine the genuineness or authenticity of the lot, to be carried out promptly following the sale of the lot, and if, but only if, within a period of 14

days following the sale a written opinion of such person is presented to the auctioneer to the effect that the lot is not genuine or authentic, accompanied by a written request by the buyer for rescission of the sale, then the sale of the lot will be rescinded and the sale price refunded to the buyer. 12. Payment for purchases must be by cash, INTERAC direct debit (Cdn clients in person only), certified cheque (U.S. & Overseas not applicable), travelers cheque, bank draft, electronic transfer (fee applies), and VISA or Mastercard (up to $25,000). 13. In the event of failure to pay for or remove articles within the aforementioned time limit, the auctioneer, without limitation of the rights of the consignor and the auctioneer against the buyer, may resell any of the articles affected, and in such case the original buyer shall be responsible to the auctioneer and the consignor for: (a) any deficiency in price between the resale amount and the amount to have been paid by the original buyer; (b) any reasonable charge by the auctioneer for the storage of such articles until payment and removal by the subsequent buyer; and (c) the amount of commission which the auctioneer would have earned had payment been made in full by the original buyer. 14. It is the responsibility of the buyer to make all arrangements for insuring, packing and removing the property purchased and any assistance by the auctioneer or his servants, agents or contractors, in packing or removal shall be rendered as a courtesy and without any liability to them. 15. The auctioneer acts solely as agent for the consignor and makes no representation as to any attribute of, title to, or restriction affecting the articles consigned for sale. Without limitation, the buyer understands that any item bought may be affected by the provisions of the Cultural Property Export Act (Canada). 16. The auctioneer reserves the right to refuse admission to the sale or to refuse to recognize any or all bids from any particular person or persons at any auction.


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