Fine & Rare Auction
on
Wednesday 9th & Thursday 10th August 2017

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1.      A Keswick School of Industrial Arts circular copper dish, embossed and engraved with floral motif, 16.5cm diameter, KSIA stamp to rim
Slightly mis-shapen, overall good condition £60-80
2.      A circular copper dish, embossed and engraved with sunflower motif, thought to be Keswick School of Industrial Arts, 14.5cm diameter
Slightly mis-shapen, good overall condition £50-70
3.      An early 20th Century hand beaten circular copper dish of Arts and Crafts design, possibly Keswick School of Industrial Arts, 25.5cm diameter
Good overall condition, slight wear £40-60
4.      A Keswick School of Industrial Arts copper rectangular tray, engraved with band of flowers and foliage and worded to centre 'True Life Once Asked True Love Which Way Was Heaven's Love Answer Made 'From Kiddington To Levens', 52cm x 31cm x 4cm, stamped KSIA
Slight denting and wear £100-150
5.      A Keswick School of Industrial Arts copper circular tray, embossed with repeating fleur-de-lis ornament, 38cm diameter, bears KSIA stamp
Good condition
Note: Illustrated in Bruce [Ian], The Loving Eye and Skilful Hand: The Keswick School of Industrial Arts, pub Bookcase, Carlisle, 2001, p.83 £150-200
6.      A Keswick School of Industrial Arts copper circular plaque by A. Hogarth, embossed with repeating floral ornament of tulips and carnations, possibly inspired by Iznik designs, 49cm diameter, signed by Hogarth but lacking KSIA stamp
Good condition
£200-300
7.      A Keswick School of Industrial Arts silver cream jug and sugar basin by Robert Temple after designs by Herbert J. Maryon, both of simple planished style, the jug with wide handle, 7cm and 6.5cm high respectively, both signed to base 'R. Temple', hallmarked for Birmingham 1902/3 and bearing KSIA maker's mark, weight 5ozs
Good condition, signatures to bases rubbed
Note: Illustrated in Bruce [Ian], The Loving Eye and Skilful Hand: The Keswick School of Industrial Arts, pub Bookcase, Carlisle, 2001, p.71. Photograph with design attribution in School album DB/111/89
£200-300
8.      A cased pair of Keswick School of Industrial Arts silver spoons of Celtic design, each 15.3cm long, Chester 1916/17, with KSIA maker's mark, weight 2 ozs, contained in original fabric covered case
Spoons in good condition, case slightly worn
Note: Illustrated in Bruce [Ian], The Loving Eye and Skilful Hand: The Keswick School of Industrial Arts, pub Bookcase, Carlisle, 2001, p.87
£250-300
10.     A Victorian silver Cumberland Foxhounds trophy by James Deakin & Sons, embossed with swags, leafs and spiralled gadrooning, 13cm diameter x 8cm high, Sheffield 1896, weight 5ozs, engraved 'Won by SARAL, Mr Wallace, Hay Close, 1902'
Good overall condition £70-100
11.     Twelve antique silver 'Commemorative' teaspoons, some enamelled, mostly with a Cumbrian connection, various dates and makers, gross combined weight 5ozs
Good overall condition, very slight wear to enamel £100-200
12.     Two Keswick School of Industrial Arts Firth Staybrite stainless steel trays - oval 53cm x 28cm and circular 23.5cm diameter, both stamped
Some wear, good overall £30-50
13.     Four Beswick pottery 'Beatrix Potter' figures - 'Tommy Brock', 'Timmy Tiptoes', 'Poorly Peter Rabbit' and 'Diggory Diggory Delvet' all with brown backstamps
Good condition £40-60
14.     Three Beswick pottery 'Beatrix Potter' figures - 'Mr Alderman Ptolemy', 'Mrs Rabbit', 'Aunt Petitoes' and a Royal Albert ditto 'Mrs Rabbit Cooking'
Slight wear to Aunt Petitoes ear £40-60
15.     Two Beswick pottery 'Beatrix Potter' figures - 'Goody Tiptoes' (gold backstamp) and 'Peter Rabbit' (brown backstamp)
Goody Tiptoes with chip to ear £30-40
16.     A Beswick pottery 'Beatrix Potter' figure - 'Duchess with Pie', 9cm high, brown printed marks
Over-painted and glazed factory chip, otherwise good £60-80
17.     Two Victorian white glazed pottery plates, each printed with Silloth scenes - 'Silloth Pier' and 'Criffel Street, Silloth', each 25cm wide
Wear to gilt rims £20-30
18.     William Heaton Cooper (1903-1995) - Watercolour - 'Great Gable from Lingmell', 30cm x 47cm, signed, in green painted frame and glazed, handwritten label verso
With sun damage and frame warped
Provenance: Purchased in 1939 by Mr W.R. Altham of Brunswick Hall, Penrith, uncle of the present vendor, the handwritten label verso noting 'Chosen at his Studio...1st May 1939, Collected 3rd August 1939' . The painting has been in the possession of the same family since 1939 £400-600
19.     Six cream Christmas cards by William Heaton Cooper, each worded 'Peace on Earth / Good Will Towards Men', set to centres with colour reproductions of Heaton Cooper paintings, cards each 25cm x 19cm, together with manilla envelopes and two letters (on paper headed 'Croft, Grasmere') from Heaton Cooper's mother, Mathilde, adressed to 'Mr Altham' and dated 1939
Good overall condition
Provenance: Cards purchased by Mr W.R. Altham of Brunswick Hall, Penrith, 1939, uncle of the present vendor £70-100
20.     Alan Stones (20th Century Cumbrian) - Charcoal - Nude woman, 26cm x 76cm, monogrammed and dated 3.12.93, in wood frame and glazed
Good condition, an unusual subject for this artist £50-80
21.     Ron Ablewhite - Watercolour - Cumbrian fell scene, 12cm x 20cm, signed, in wood frame
Good condition £10-20
22.     H. Edbrooke (20th C British) - Watercolour - Brig O' Turk, 25.5cm x 37.5cm, signed, in wood frame and glazed
Good condition £20-30
23.     Reuben Ward Binks (1880-1950) - Coloured etching - 'The Flight', 20cm x 27cm, signed in pencil to margin, published 1934 by Arthur Greatorex Ltd. London, in oak frame
Slightly stained £70-100
24.     Reuben Ward Binks (1880-1950) - Coloured etching - 'Mallard Rising', 32cm x 25cm, signed in pencil to margin, in oak frame
Good condition £70-100
25.     Reuben Ward Binks (1880-1950) - Watercolour - 'English & Gordon Setters', 40cm x 50cm, signed, loose in mount, with later frame
Some staining and foxing £150-200
26.     Tim Gustard - Acrylic - 'The Gate Needs Mending', 13cm x 7.5cm, signed and dated '91, in gilt frame and glazed, with full details to label verso
Note: this painting signed 'T.J. Gustard', a different style of signing than that currently used by the artist £800-1200
27.     Emily Nicholson (fl. 1842-1869) - Watercolour - 'Lake Coniston', 24cm x 44cm, signed and dated 1865, in later frame and glazed £40-60
28.     Attrib. Emily Nicholson (fl. 1842-1869) - Watercolour - Mounted figure and attendant surveying expansive landscape below, 34cm x 26cm, in later frame and glazed £40-60
29.     Emily Nicholson (fl. 1842-1869) - Watercolour - Fell scene, with shepherd and flock to foreground, 42cm x 66cm, signed, in later frame and glazed £150-200
30.     E.P. Yates - Two etchings - 'Head of Ullswater' and 'Kirkstone Pass', each 15cm x 20cm, signed, in ebonised frames, one bearing G.P. Abraham Keswick label verso, fourteen coloured engravings of Cumbrian views and a small selection of later prints £40-60
31.     James Joseph Lloyd Carr (1912-1994) - Limited edition colour print - Historical map of Cumberland, to mark the Queens Silver Jubilee, 62cm x 40cm, No. 114 of 777, signed and with publisher stamp, in gilt frame and glazed, two small Cumbrian related oil paintings and a print of West Walls Deanery
Print slightly faded
Note: Surely a rarity, this historical map was produced by J.L. Carr Publishers, an independent publishers founded and run by novelist and publisher James Carr based in Ketting, Northamptonshire. For further information, see the Obituary by D.L. Taylor published in the Independent, 28th February 1994 £20-30
32.     John Thompson (19th/20th Century Penrith) - Pair of gouache paintings - Lakeland bridge scenes, each 30cm diameter, signed and dated 1895, in circular mounts and gilt frames
Both in good overall condition, some frame wear
Note: Barber and part time painter, John Thompson hosted meetings of local artists in his barbers in Angel Square, Penrith £100-150
33.     Henry Robinson Hall (1859-1927) - Watercolour - 'Coniston', 18cm x 26cm, signed, in gilt frame and glazed
Good condition, slight moulding loss £80-100
34.     Henry Robinson Hall (1859-1927) - Watercolour - 'Grasmere', 18cm x 26cm, signed, in gilt frame and glazed
Good condition, slight moulding loss £80-100
35.     Attrib. John Varley (1778-1842) - Pen & ink - Lake Scene, 8.5cm x 14cm, in later swept frame
Purchased at the Crossrigg Hall Sale, Sothebys 13th September 1994 £150-200
36.     Ramsay Richard Reinagle (1775-1862) - Watercolour - 'Early morning at The Grove, Ambleside, Nr Windermere, Westmoreland', 29cm x 23cm, signed £200-300
37.     Attrib. John Sell Cotman (1782-1842) - Lake Scene, with quarry to foreground, 26cm x 38cm, in later gilt frame £500-700
38.     Andrew Grant Kurtis (20th Century) - Oil painting - 'Distant Hills', canvas 45cm x 56cm, signed, in gilt frame £150-200
39.     18th/19th Century School - Pencil sketch - 'Kirby Lonsdale Bridge', 23cm x 36cm, unsigned and unframed £40-60
40.     Attrib. William Green of Ambleside (1761-1823) - Watercolour - river landscape with overhanging trees, 13cm x 20cm, unsigned and unframed £70-100
41.     Thomas Rowlandson (1756-1827) - Watercolour and Ink - View of Lancaster, 19cm x 35cm, signed in full, in later gilt frame £1250-1500
42.     William Eden (1849-1915) - Watercolour - 'Black Combe, Cumberland', signed and dated 1869, in gilt frame £150-200
43.     19th Century School - Ink sketch - 'Windermere from the Ferry Houses', 11cm x 16cm, framed £100-150
44.     Basil Bradley RWS (1842-1904) - Watercolour - Sheep and lamb on hillside, signed and dated 1886, in gilt frame
Note: Born in London, Bradley spent time in Levens, Cumbria (as noted in the 1861 census) and was well regarded as a painter of animals in naturalistic settings, being elected member of various London and other watercolour societies, as well as having work accepted by the Royal Academy £120-160
45.     Percy Kelly (1918-1993)- Watercolour - 'Foxgloves', 19cm x 17cm, signed in pencil, in lightwood frame and glazed, Castlegate House Gallery label verso
Good condition £300-400
46.     19th Century British - Oil painting - View of Grasmere, 33cm x 44cm, in gilt frame
Slight damage £100-150
47.     Manner of John Glover (1767-1849) - Watercolour - View of Borrowdale, 48cm x 69cm, unsigned, in gilt frame and glazed
Slight marks to upper margin, otherwise good overall £300-400
48.     Manner of Paul Naftel (1817-1891) - Watercolour - Grasmere, 38cm x 46cm, bears monogram, in wood frame and glazed
Some wear to paint surface £60-80
49.     Manner of John Callow (1822-1878) - Watercolour - View in the Lake District, 17cm x 23.5cm, indistinctly signed, in gilt frame
Faded £60-80
50.     After William Heaton Cooper (1903-1995) - Print - 'Great Gable', 32cm x 46cm, in white frame, titled in ink verso, a photographic print of Great Gable and a small watercolour
All in good condition £10-20
51.     Christopher Saxton (1540-1610) & William Kip (fl. 1585-1618) - Coloured engraving - 'Westmorlandiae', map of Westmorland, 26cm x 31cm, in later Hogarth style frame and glazed
Good overall condition £50-70
52.     19th/20th Century - Watercolour - 'Catbells, Derwentwater', 6.5cm x 8.5cm, bears signature 'Venus', in painted frame
Good condition £60-80
53.     19th Century - Naive oil painting - Lake view, possibly Windermere, Windsor & Newton canvas 30cm x 40.5cm, in later gilt frame
Slight paint crazing £30-50
54.     G.A. Birch (20th Century) - Oil painting - Hotel view, thought Newby Bridge, Cumbria, 41cm x 57cm, signed, in ebonised frame
Slight paint loss £20-40
55.     Late 19th/ early 20th Century - Gouache - Lake scene, 14.5cm x 19.5cm, and a print of a 19th Century scene, both in gilt moulded frames £20-30
56.     19th Century School - Oil painting - Mountainous river landscape, possibly a Lakeland scene, canvas 62cm x 92cm, monogrammed 'CM' (canvas repaired), in later gilt frame
Canvas repaired £80-120
57.     After Charles Edmund Brock (1870-1938) - Black and white photographic print - 'Grace C. Londsdale', 23cm x 17cm, inscribed in ink to margin, in moulded gilt frame with back support and glazed
Note: Grace Cecile Lowther (nee Gordon), Countess of Londsdale (1854-1941), was the wife of the 5th Earl of Londsale and daughter of the 10th Marquess of Huntly £60-80
58.     James H. Grossland (19th Century) - Oil painting - 'Mountains at the Head of Thirlmere', canvas 35.5cm x 45.5cm, signed, in later gilt frame, with remnants of original titled label verso
Good overall condition £150-200
59.     19th Century - Six coloured engravings - Lakeland views, various artists, each 13cm x 18cm, one with printer's name 'F.Brain', possibly all from the same series, in later frames and glazed
Some foxing/spotting, good overall £30-50
60.     Nancy Bailey (1913-2012) - Oil painting - 'Hartsop Hall Farm', canvas 51cm x 78cm, signed, in painted frame, titled and further signed verso
Good condition £300-400
61.     W. T. Longmire (1841-1914) - Watercolour - 'Langdale', 25.5cm x 36cm, signed and dated 1905, in gilt frame and glazed
Good overall condition £50-70
62.     Bertram Walter Priestman (1868-1951) - Oil painting - 'On the Solway Firth', relined canvas 61.5cm x 46cm, signed, in painted swept frame
Good overall condition
Note: Together with Sir Alfred Munnings, Priestman advised Seago and evidence of this can perhaps be seen in the treatment of the sky and clouds £400-600
63.     Nelsonn (20th Century Cumbrian) - Artists proof colour print - 'First Snow over Keswick', 30cm x 45cm, signed and titled in pencil to margin, in black bevelled frame
Good condition
Note: Nelsonn is a multi-discipline artist from Carlise and splits his time between studios in Keswick and Newlyn, Cornwall £150-200
64.     William Ellis (19th/20th Century) - Watercolour - 'Looking Down The Vale of Rydal from White Moss', 53cm x 97cm, signed, in gilt frame and glazed, with handwritten title verso
Good overall condition £350-450
65.     William Heaton Cooper (1903-1995) - Signed colour print - 'A Lakeland Farm', 26cm x 38cm, signed and titled in pencil to margin, in original painted frame and glazed
Glass cracked £30-40
66.     Swain after Basil Bradley (1842-1904) - Coloured engraving - 'Motherless - Easedale Tarn, Westmorland', 33cm x 49.5cm, in gilt moulded frame and glazed
Good overall condition
Note: This image produced for the Illustrated London News, 1880 £20-30
67.     Clarence Henry Roe (1850-1909) - Oil painting - 'Coniston Lake', canvas 91cm x 61cm, signed, in gilt frame and glazed, with further signature and title verso
Good overall condition, minor wear to frame £400-600
68.     An Ordnance Survey 1912 1/1250 Scale Map of Penrith, 73cm x 104cm, Cumberland Sheet LVIII, bearing stamp of J. Carlyle Lancaster, Penrith
Poor condition £10-20
69.     Two red cloth trimmed Ordnance Survey maps of Keswick, 1899 & 1925, the latter with Thornborrow & Co stamp, 73cm x 102cm and 69cm x 99cm
Both in poor condition £20-40
70.     An Ordnance Survey 1925 1/2500 Map of Whitehaven, 74cm x 104cm, Cumberland Sheet LXVII, bearing J. Carlyle Lancaster, Penrith stamp
Good overalll condition £10-20
71.     Ten Ordnance Survey 1896-1900 1/2500 maps of Northern Cumberland, mostly red cloth trimmed, all approx 74cm x 103cm, many with Thornborrow & Co stamps and annotated
Worn condition £60-80
72.     Ten Ordnance Survey 1900 1/2500 maps of Salkeld, Skirwith & Kirkland, mostly red cloth trimmed, all approx 74cm x 103cm, some with Thornborrow & Co stamps and annotated
Worn condition
£60-80
73.     Ten Ordnance Survey 1900-1925 1/2500 maps of Langwathby, Hunsonby, River Eden and railways LM&SR Leeds/Carlisle, mostly red cloth trimmed, all approx 74cm x 103cm, many with J. Carlyle Lancaster, Penrith stamps and annotated
Worn condition
£60-80
74.     Ten Ordnance Survey 1899-1901 1/2500 maps including Uldale and Overwater, mostly red cloth trimmed, all approx 74cm x 103cm, many with Thornborrow & Co stamps and annotated
Worn condition
£60-80
75.     Eleven Ordnance Survey 1900-1925 1/2500 maps of Northern Cumberland, including Mealsgate, Allhallows, Kirkland and the Carlisle/Silloth railway, mostly red cloth trimmed, all approx 74cm x 103cm, many with Thornborrow & Co & J. Carlyle Lancaster stamps and annotated
Worn condition
£60-80
76.     Eight Ordnance Survey 1900-1926 1/2500 maps of Northern Cumberland, including detail of railways north to Edinburgh/Carlisle and Caledonian, mostly red cloth trimmed, all approx 74cm x 103cm, many with Thornborrow & Co stamps and annotated
Worn condition
£60-80
77.     Ten Ordnance Survey 1898-1925 1/2500 maps of Western Cumberland, including Workington and LM&SR Furness Railways, mostly red cloth trimmed, all approx 74cm x 103cm, some with J. Carlyle Lancaster stamps and annotated
Worn condition
£60-80
78.     John Cary (1754-1835) - Coloured engraving - 'Cumberland from the best Authorities', 42cm x 52cm, pub. John Stockdale, London, 26th March 1803 (mounted, unframed)
Good overall £30-40
79.     Smith & Jones, Pentonville - Coloured engraving - 'A New Map of the County of Cumberland', 49cm x 44cm, pub. C. Smith, London, January 6th 1804 (mounted, unframed)
Good overall £30-40
80.     John Cary (1754-1835) - Coloured engraving - 'A New Map of Cumberland', 42cm x 52cm, pub. John Cary, London, Sept 28th 1801 (mounted, unframed)
Good overall £30-40
81.     A small selection of early 20th Century Lake District related postcards including 'Lakeland Sport' and 'Longthwaite Youth Hostel' £25-35
82.     A Victorian embossed brown leather photograph album titled 'Westmoreland', containing approximately 100 photographic cards of Westmoreland views, many produced by Kipling and Bainbridge photographers
Worn to binding and some page damage internally £50-70
83.     An interesting album of approximately 130 early 20th Century postcards, mainly of Cumbrian interest including two depicting The Pierrots in Happy Valley, Silloth, together with a quantity of loose postcard and greetings cards
Some damaged, most in good overall condition, album poor £100-200
84.     Early 20th Century - Watercolour - Lakeland cottage view, 25cm x 35cm, inscribed to a Mrs King, Windermere, in ebonised frame
Good overall condition £20-40
85.     Peter Hutton (b.1925): Rocks - Embossed paper and blue litho versions of the same image, each 25cm x 30cm, mounted together, both signed, unframed
Note: Born in Aldershot, Hampshire, Peter Hutton joined the Admiralty aged 17 and worked for them all of his career, rising to become a Naval Architect and Marine Engineer, retiring in 1983. During his retirement he attended the Cumbria College of Art and Design £10-20
86.     Peter Hutton (b. 1925): Coastal Scenes and The Sea - Three versions of the same image, two etched prints and one in watercolour, the etched versions 15.5cm x 25cm, the watercolour 11cm x 24cm, each signed, mounted together, unframed, together with a quantity of watercolours and sketches of the sea
Note: Born in Aldershot, Hampshire, Peter Hutton joined the Admiralty aged 17 and worked for them all of his career, rising to become a Naval Architect and Marine Engineer, retiring in 1983. During his retirement he attended the Cumbria College of Art and Design £20-30
87.     Peter Hutton (b. 1925): Paddle Steamers - Ink and colour sketches of paddle steamers, inscribed in pencil verso 'Inspired after a trip in SW Scotland on the PS Waverley', 32cm x 48cm, signed and dated 94, mounted, unframed, together with a selection of further sketches and watercolours of paddle steamers
Note: Born in Aldershot, Hampshire, Peter Hutton joined the Admiralty aged 17 and worked for them all of his career, rising to become a Naval Architect and Marine Engineer, retiring in 1983. During his retirement he attended the Cumbria College of Art and Design £20-30
88.     Peter Hutton (b.1925): Life Drawings - Ink and watercolour on brown paper - Full length nude profile of a woman, 45cm x 43cm, signed, five other studies of women, various sizes, all mounted (three mounted as one), and a quantity of other life drawings, portraits and sketches
Note: Born in Aldershot, Hampshire, Peter Hutton joined the Admiralty aged 17 and worked for them all of his career, rising to become a Naval Architect and Marine Engineer, retiring in 1983. During his retirement he attended the Cumbria College of Art and Design £30-50
89.     Peter Hutton (b.1925): Country Scenes - Oil on board - 'Summer, Pembrokeshire Coast', 13cm x 39cm, signed and dated '78, mounted, unframed, twelve other ink and watercolour country studies (three mounted as one), all mounted, unframed, together with a quantity of watercolours and sketches of country scenes
Note: Born in Aldershot, Hampshire, Peter Hutton joined the Admiralty aged 17 and worked for them all of his career, rising to become a Naval Architect and Marine Engineer, retiring in 1983. During his retirement he attended the Cumbria College of Art and Design £20-30
90.     Peter Hutton (b.1925): Boats - Watercolour - 'Maryport Tug Boat and Vic', 25cm x 35cm, signed, an oil painting of the same scene, 41cm x 51cm, signed, and a quantity of nautical related sketches and watercolours, various
Note: Born in Aldershot, Hampshire, Peter Hutton joined the Admiralty aged 17 and worked for them all of his career, rising to become a Naval Architect and Marine Engineer, retiring in 1983. During his retirement he attended the Cumbria College of Art and Design £20-30
91.     Peter Hutton (b.1925): Golfing - Designs for 'The New Plank', comprising titled ink sketch, 6cm x 24cm, perforated working drawing, 6cm x 27cm and unfinished carved resin plaque, 6cm x 28.5cm
Note: Born in Aldershot, Hampshire, Peter Hutton joined the Admiralty aged 17 and worked for them all of his career, rising to become a Naval Architect and Marine Engineer, retiring in 1983. During his retirement he attended the Cumbria College of Art and Design £5-10
92.     Peter Hutton (b.1925): Elongated Head - Pencil and watercolour elevations with applied printed scraps, 57cm x 40cm, signed and dated 1989, mounted, unframed
Note: Born in Aldershot, Hampshire, Peter Hutton joined the Admiralty aged 17 and worked for them all of his career, rising to become a Naval Architect and Marine Engineer, retiring in 1983. During his retirement he attended the Cumbria College of Art and Design £10-20
93.     Peter Hutton (b.1925): Isamu Noguchi - Ink Sketches inspired by the Japanese sculptor, 40cm x 54cm, one other similar, three ceramic sculptures, together with a quantity of abstract and sculpture related sketches
Note: Born in Aldershot, Hampshire, Peter Hutton joined the Admiralty aged 17 and worked for them all of his career, rising to become a Naval Architect and Marine Engineer, retiring in 1983. During his retirement he attended the Cumbria College of Art and Design £20-30
94.     Peter Hutton (b.1925): Tree Studies - Including 'Decorative Tree in Carlisle Art College', nine pencil sketches, mounted as two
Note: Born in Aldershot, Hampshire, Peter Hutton joined the Admiralty aged 17 and worked for them all of his career, rising to become a Naval Architect and Marine Engineer, retiring in 1983. During his retirement he attended the Cumbria College of Art and Design £5-10
95.     Peter Hutton (b.1925): Rocks - Watercolour of Coastal Headland, 28cm x 32cm, unsigned, unframed and twenty-three colour lithographs in different shades/colours of the same scene, all unsigned and unframed
Note: Born in Aldershot, Hampshire, Peter Hutton joined the Admiralty aged 17 and worked for them all of his career, rising to become a Naval Architect and Marine Engineer, retiring in 1983. During his retirement he attended the Cumbria College of Art and Design £10-20
96.     Peter Hutton (b.1925): Sketch Books - Four sketch books with some loose pages, variously illustrated
Note: Born in Aldershot, Hampshire, Peter Hutton joined the Admiralty aged 17 and worked for them all of his career, rising to become a Naval Architect and Marine Engineer, retiring in 1983. During his retirement he attended the Cumbria College of Art and Design £10-20
97.     Peter Hutton (b.1925): Female Nude Studies - Charcoal heightened in white, 39cm x 29cm, signed and dated '95, framed
Note: Born in Aldershot, Hampshire, Peter Hutton joined the Admiralty aged 17 and worked for them all of his career, rising to become a Naval Architect and Marine Engineer, retiring in 1983. During his retirement he attended the Cumbria College of Art and Design £10-20
98.     Peter Hutton (b.1925): 'Sea, Wind & Sail' - A complete project, comprising: oil on canvas, 35cm x 45cm, signed and titled, in wood frame, six white painted hardboard versions of the same/similar image, together with project notes and initial sketch designs
Note: Born in Aldershot, Hampshire, Peter Hutton joined the Admiralty aged 17 and worked for them all of his career, rising to become a Naval Architect and Marine Engineer, retiring in 1983. During his retirement he attended the Cumbria College of Art and Design £10-20
99.     Peter Hutton (b.1925): Four Paintings - Comprising 'The Brissons', oil painting 27cm x 35cm, and three other paintings, all signed, all framed
Note: Born in Aldershot, Hampshire, Peter Hutton joined the Admiralty aged 17 and worked for them all of his career, rising to become a Naval Architect and Marine Engineer, retiring in 1983. During his retirement he attended the Cumbria College of Art and Design £10-20
100.    Peter Hutton (b.1925): Three Oil Paintings - Abstract paddle steamer, 36cm x 46cm, Abstract yachts, 41cm x 45cm and Rocks, 35cm x 45cm, all signed, together with two large canvases
Note: Born in Aldershot, Hampshire, Peter Hutton joined the Admiralty aged 17 and worked for them all of his career, rising to become a Naval Architect and Marine Engineer, retiring in 1983. During his retirement he attended the Cumbria College of Art and Design £10-20
101.    Peter Hutton (b.1925): Seven paintings - Various subjects including nude study, mostly signed, various sizes
Note: Born in Aldershot, Hampshire, Peter Hutton joined the Admiralty aged 17 and worked for them all of his career, rising to become a Naval Architect and Marine Engineer, retiring in 1983. During his retirement he attended the Cumbria College of Art and Design £10-20
102.    Peter Hutton (b.1925): Five plaster masks, mostly approx 22cm x 12cm
Note: Born in Aldershot, Hampshire, Peter Hutton joined the Admiralty aged 17 and worked for them all of his career, rising to become a Naval Architect and Marine Engineer, retiring in 1983. During his retirement he attended the Cumbria College of Art and Design £10-20
103.    Peter Hutton (b.1925): The Protest Sculpture - 'Depicting the Fragility of Life in High Rise Buildings', various woods and perspex, 66cm high, together with working drawing and typed statement
Note: Born in Aldershot, Hampshire, Peter Hutton joined the Admiralty aged 17 and worked for them all of his career, rising to become a Naval Architect and Marine Engineer, retiring in 1983. During his retirement he attended the Cumbria College of Art and Design £20-30
104.    Peter Hutton (b.1925): Two framed compositions - Formed of five watercolour and ink sketches, unsigned, in wood frames and glazed, each 62cm x 45cm overall
Note: Born in Aldershot, Hampshire, Peter Hutton joined the Admiralty aged 17 and worked for them all of his career, rising to become a Naval Architect and Marine Engineer, retiring in 1983. During his retirement he attended the Cumbria College of Art and Design £20-30
105.    Peter Hutton (b.1925): Drawing Instruments - Three wooden cases of drawing instruments, rulers, paintbrushes and sewing items, one boxed labelled 'HMS Royalist', together with an oak booktrough inscribed 'Ripon 1940'
Note: Born in Aldershot, Hampshire, Peter Hutton joined the Admiralty aged 17 and worked for them all of his career, rising to become a Naval Architect and Marine Engineer, retiring in 1983. During his retirement he attended the Cumbria College of Art and Design £10-20
106.    Peter Hutton (b.1925): Sea Charts and Plans - A small quantity of vintage sea charts, a coloured 'Merchant Ship Midsection' diagram, an unfinished hand drawn design - 'Dinner in Honour of Sir RS Gresham Nicholson' (framed), together with a small selection of working drawings
Note: Born in Aldershot, Hampshire, Peter Hutton joined the Admiralty aged 17 and worked for them all of his career, rising to become a Naval Architect and Marine Engineer, retiring in 1983. During his retirement he attended the Cumbria College of Art and Design £10-20
107.    Peter Hutton (b.1925): Five Model Boats - Pacific Islands and African long boats/canoes, together with three other model boats including Girl Jane
African boat with old woodworm damage
Note: Born in Aldershot, Hampshire, Peter Hutton joined the Admiralty aged 17 and worked for them all of his career, rising to become a Naval Architect and Marine Engineer, retiring in 1983. During his retirement he attended the Cumbria College of Art and Design £10-20
108.    Peter Hutton (b.1925): Diorama - A diorama composed of Chinese 'Kungtan'Ho' wood figures and other elements, assembled by Peter Hutton, together with a hardwood and gilt metal model of four figures in a canoe
Note: Born in Aldershot, Hampshire, Peter Hutton joined the Admiralty aged 17 and worked for them all of his career, rising to become a Naval Architect and Marine Engineer, retiring in 1983. During his retirement he attended the Cumbria College of Art and Design £10-20
109.    Peter Hutton (b.1925): Scratch Built Boats - Four scratch built model boats - Royal Sovereign, Uncle Sam, Danish Anholt and Spindrift China Clipper, and a diorama of six smaller vessels
Note: Born in Aldershot, Hampshire, Peter Hutton joined the Admiralty aged 17 and worked for them all of his career, rising to become a Naval Architect and Marine Engineer, retiring in 1983. During his retirement he attended the Cumbria College of Art and Design £10-20
110.    Peter Hutton (b.1925): Review of the Fleet - A diorama of thirty-six cast meal British warships, a model of HMS Suffolk 1926-1946, and a display case containing models of numerous merchant vessels
Note: Born in Aldershot, Hampshire, Peter Hutton joined the Admiralty aged 17 and worked for them all of his career, rising to become a Naval Architect and Marine Engineer, retiring in 1983. During his retirement he attended the Cumbria College of Art and Design £30-40
111.    Peter Hutton (b.1925): Sketches influenced by Lyonel Feininger (1871-1956) - a small selection of yachts showing abstract/expressionist influence
Note: Born in Aldershot, Hampshire, Peter Hutton joined the Admiralty aged 17 and worked for them all of his career, rising to become a Naval Architect and Marine Engineer, retiring in 1983. During his retirement he attended the Cumbria College of Art and Design £10-20
112.    Peter Hutton (b.1925): A small selection of sketches including 'Studio Art Academy Bath, July 77' - interior scene
Note: Born in Aldershot, Hampshire, Peter Hutton joined the Admiralty aged 17 and worked for them all of his career, rising to become a Naval Architect and Marine Engineer, retiring in 1983. During his retirement he attended the Cumbria College of Art and Design £10-20
113.    Ruskin [John] - Five volumes - Mixed titles, all re-issues published by George Allen, London, c.1901, in cloth bindings, all bearing St. George's Guild Library bookplates, one further inscribed in ink 'Ruskin Linen Industry Keswick'
Good overall condition, some wear
Note: The St George's Guild was established by Ruskin and The Ruskin Linen Industry was established by Ruskin at Elterwater. The Ruskin Linen Industry was later established as part of the Keswick School of Industrial Arts then later independently in Keswick. £60-80
114.    Heaton Cooper [William] - The Tarns of Lakeland, 1st edition, published by Frederick Warne & Co 1960, signed in ink by author, blue cloth binding with dustwrapper
Some bumping to spine and cracking to dustwrapper £60-80
115.    Four 'Fell & Rock Climbing Club' guide books - Dow Crag, Eastern Crags, Great Gable and Borrowdale, 2nd series, illustrated by W. Heaton Cooper, 1957-1966, brown cloth bindings and twelve other Lake District and other related climbing/walking books
All in a worn condition
Note: Sold on behalf of Eden Animal Rescue £40-60
116.    Wainwright [Alfred] - 'Westmorland Heritage', No. 13 of 1000, signed by author in green pen, published by Westmorland Gazette, Kendal, 1975, hardbound volume with dustwrapper, contained in original card shipping sleeve
Slight damage to dustwrapper £200-250
117.    Rose [Thomas], Westmorland, Cumberland, Durham & Northumberland Illustrated, after drawings by Thomas Allom, pub. Fisher, Son & Co, London 1833, three quarter green leather binding
Some wear to binding, minor internal foxing £90-100
118.    Loftie [Rev. W.J.], English Lake Scenery after drawings by T.L. Rowbotham, pub. Marcus Ward & Co., London, 1875, red cloth binding
Some wear to binding, initials to title page £20-40
119.    Wainwright [Alfred] - Two volumes - 'A Furness Sketchbook' and 'Ex-Fellwanderer', both hardbound with dustwrappers, thought first editions
Slight damage to dustwrappers £20-40
120.    Collingwood [W.G] - Two volumes - 'Dutch Agnes Her Valentine' and 'Elizabethan Keswick', the former first edition published by Titus Wilson, Kendal, 1910, the latter reprinted by Michael Moon, Whitehaven and seven other books relating to Cumbria's history £20-40
121.    Armitt [Mary L.] - 'The Church of Grasmere', first edition,published by Titus Wilson, Kendal, 1912, blue cloth hardbound volume, a biography on Beatrix Potter and eight other books relating to Cumbria's history £20-40
122.    Allen [Bob] - Three volumes - 'On High Lakeland Fells', 'On Lower Lakeland Fells' and 'Walking the Ridges of Lakeland' and eleven other books relating to the Lake District £20-40
123.    An interesting early 19th Century scrapbook, inscribed 'Philip Musgrave 1837', thought to relate to Philip Musgrave (1833-1859), son of Sir George Musgrave, High Sheriff of Cumbria in 1840, the album containing a wide selection of watercolour scraps including a map of Bedfordshire (where Philip Musgrave was born)
Good overall condition
Provenance: this album given to the mother of the vendor by Maud Graham (sister of Rector Ivor Graham) 'for her children' whilst she was in their service at the rectory of Arthuret Parish Chuch, Longtown, Cumbria £100-150
124.    Wyatt [John] - Three volumes - 'Reflections on the Lakes' (signed by author), 'The Shining Levels' and 'The Bliss of Solitude', two first editions, all hardbound with dustwrappers
Good overall condition £30-40
125.    Pearsall [W.H] & Pennington [Winifred] - 'The Lake District', published by Collins, London, 1973, hardbound with dustwrapper £25-35
126.    Haskett Smith [W.P.] - 'Climbing in the British Lakes', illus, Ellis Carr, published Longmans et al, London 1894, red cloth bound
Worn condition £20-30
127.    Baddeley [M.J.] - 'Thorough Guides - The English Lake District', 5th edition, published Dulau & Co, London, 1889, red cloth binding
Worn £10-20
128.    Palmer [W.T.] - Penguin Guides - The Lake District, ed. L. Russell Muirhead, first edition 1939, paper bound, and nine Ordnance Survey maps of Cumbria including a 1920 map of Carlisle
Good overall £20-40
129.    Palmer [W.T.] - Two volumes - 'Tramping in Lakeland' and 'More Odd Corners in English Lakeland', both hardbound with dustwrappers £20-40
130.    Chorley [Katharine] - 'Hills and Highways', illus with wood cuts by Margaret Pilkington, published J.M. Dent & Sons, 1928, green cloth bound
Good overall £20-40
131.    Taylor [Roland] - 'Rambles & Scrambles in Western Lakeland', published by Frederick Warne, London, 1948, hardbound with dustwrapper, and a small selection of Lake District related books and pamphlets £20-40
132.    'Gate's Shepherd's Guide For Cumberland, Westmoreland & Lancashire', printed by Brash Brothers, Cockermouth, 1879, green cloth binding
Wear to binding, internally overall good £260-300
133.    Tweddell [George Markham] & Richardson [Joseph] - 'Furness, Past and Present', vols 1 & 2, published by Richardson, Barrow, 1870 & 1880, three quarter brown leather binding
Some wear to binding, good internally, a scarce title £320-350
134.    Barrow [Sir John] - 'An Auto-Biographical Memoir', published by John Murray, London, 1847, blue cloth binding
Repaired spine, good internally, a scarce title
Note: Secretary of the Admiralty, Sir John Barrow spent 40 years fishing in the mountains of Cumberland and Westmoreland £250-300
135.    'Flock Book of the Swaledale Sheep-Breeders Association', Vol XXVIII, 1947, published by J.W. Braithwaite, Kirkby Stephen, orange cloth binding
Slight wear,scarce £40-60
136.    'Lakeland Shepherds' Guide 2005', published by the Lakeland Shepherd' Guide Committee, 2005, blue vinyl binding
Good condition, inscribed to inside front cover £40-60
137.    Caldwell [Helen] et al - 'Life on the Fell', published by Curlew Productions, 2000, hardbound with dustwrapper and Buntin [Tom Fletcher] - Life in Langdale, published by Titus Wilson, Kendal, 1993, paperback
Both in good condition £40-60
138.    Mannix and Whellan - 'History, Gazetteer and Directory of Cumberland', printed by W.B. Johnson, Beverley, 1847, gilt tooled maroon leather binding, and Parson [William] and White [William] - 'A History, Directory and Gazetteer of Cumberland and Westmorland', republished by Michael Moon, Beckermet, 1976, hardbound with dustwrapper £130-160
139.    Rimmer [Rev. J. Stuart] - 'The Story of Ulverston', published by Atkinson, Ulverston, 1925, paperbound and White [William] - 'Furness Folk and Facts', published Titus Wilson, Kendal, 1930, blue cloth bound
Both with some damage to binding £40-60
140.    Brydson [A.P.] - 'Some Records of Two Lakeland Townships', published by Elliot Stock, London, 1907, rebound blue cloth
Rebound, good overall internally £40-60
141.    Two privately printed ring bound folios - 'Extracts from the Diaries of Jeremiah Richardson' and 'A Family History of John Richardson of Caldbeck, Cumberland', detailing Cumbrian farming lives, thought father and son, together with Lamb [R.H.] - 'Herdwicks, Past & Present', published by The Herald, Penrith, 1936, paper pamphlet, two 1997 'reprints' by Bruce Wilson, a Herdwick Flock Book 1993-2002 and three other related volumes
Herdwick Past & Present 1936 pamphlet slightly damaged and inscribed in pen, apparently by producer of the 1997 reprint £50-70
142.    Beck [Thomas Alcock] - 'History and Antiquities of Furness Abbey', published by Payne and Foss, London, 1844, restored three quarter red leather binding
With damage and restoration, condition apparently reasonable for this particular title £70-100
143.    Lomas [Roy] - 'Grasmere Sports', published by Roy Lomas, 2002, signed by author, hardbound with dustwrapper, Woods [Rex] - 'Grasmere's Giants of Today', published by The Spur, Hampshire, 1975, hardbound with dustwrapper and Bownass [Pam] et al - 'Cameos of Crosthwaite', published by Titus Wilson & Son, Kendal, reprint 2003 £40-60
144.    Jenkinson [Henry Irwin] - 'Jenkinson's Practical Guide to the English Lakes',1st edition, published by Edward Stanford, London, 1872, with green cloth binding and complete with maps
Worn to binding £150-200
145.    Jenkinson [Henry Irwin] - 'Jenkinson's Practical Guide to the English Lakes', 7th edition, published by Edward Stanford, London, 1881, with green cloth binding and complete with maps
Worn to binding
£50-70
146.    Wilson [Albert] - 'The Flora of Westmorland', printed for the Author by T. Buncle & Co, Arbroath, 1938, green cloth binding
Slight wear and staining to binding £30-40
147.    Collingwood [W.G.] - 'The Lake Counties', illus. Reginald Smith, revised version, published by Frederick Warne & Co, London, 1933, brown cloth bound volume
Lacking dustwrapper £50-70
148.    A quantity of Lake District related books, including Wainwright [Alfred], 'The Central Fells', 2nd impression 1958 (with dustwrapper), Clapham [Richard], 'Lakeland Gray', together with an old Ordnance Survey map of the Lake District
Books mostly in worn condition £60-80
149.    Heaton Cooper Interest: a catalogue from the Exhibition of works by Alfred, William and Julian Heaton Cooper at the Abbot Hall Art Gallery, Kendal, 29 September-4 November 1979, with price list and ticket £10-20
150.    Heaton Cooper [William] - Mountain Painter, An Autobiography, signed by author, 1st edition, published by Frank Peters, Kendal, 1984, hardbound volume with dustwrapper £10-20
151.    Heaton Cooper [William] - 'The Lakes', published by Frederick Warne & Co, London, 1966 and Renouf [Jane] - Alfred Heaton Cooper (two hardbound volumes with dustwrappers) £10-20
152.    Palmer [W.T.], The English Lakes, illus. A. Heaton Cooper, pub. A&C Black, 2nd edition, October 1908
Lacking dustwapper, spine bumped, some foxing £60-80
153.    A quantity of early 20th Century black and white photographic glass slides, taken from photographs by Dr R. Lowther, depicting predominantly Grange over Sands and environs, together with other Cumbrian locations as well as some images of Bamburgh, Northumberland £120-160
154.    A 19th Century hand drawn chart on waxed linen of Windermere Lake, July 1889, scale 6 inches to a statute mile, 160cm x 49cm overall, annotated 'E. Gardner'
Slight wear and loss £60-80
155.    Approximately 194 unused Victorian railway luggage labels including some relating to Cumbria (contained in a folder) £40-60
156.    Penfold [John B.] - The Clockmakers of Cumberland, second edition, Brant Wright Associates Ltd, 1977, green binding
Good condition £200-250
157.    A 19th Century figured mahogany barometer, hydrometer and thermometer by Yeates of Penrith, with silvered dial, contained in wheel pattern case, 103cm high, with ivory gimble
Some case wear, overall good condition £70-100
158.    A mid 18th Century longcase clock movement by Whitfield of Clifton, the 28cm lacquered brass dial with pierced spandrels, seconds aperture, the matted centre bearing plaque with initials and dated 1742, to the eight day movement striking on a bell
Worn overall condition, appears mechanically complete
John Whitfield of Clifton (1706-1789) recorded in Loomes [Brian], Clockmakers of Northern England. A Quaker, Whitfield was disowned by the Quaker movement in 1744, as mentioned in Penfold [John B.], The Clockmakers of Cumberland - '...in the Strickland Friends Minute Book on May 4th 1744.....We hereby testify that We do not acknowledge him as a member of our Society'. Penfold also records a Whitfield clock with a named plate on the dial, whilst Loomes records that Whitfield made both thirty hour and eight day clocks £150-200
159.    An early 18th Century brass longcase clock dial by Richard Sill of Wigton, the 28cm square dial with punched corners, the chapter ring with Roman and Arabic numerals and with matted centre
Good overall condition
Note: Richard Sill of Wigton (1704-1729) recorded in Loomes [Brian], Clockmakers of Northern England. As described both in Penfold [John B.], The Clockmakers of Cumberland and by Brian Loomes on his website (brianloomes.com/collecting/hendrie), the first mention of Sill is in 1704 when he married Janeta White in Wigton. We do not know where Sill came from, but he is thought to have been working for a time under John Sanderson of Wigton, a Quaker and head of a clock-making company in Wigton. £50-80
160.    A late 18th Century oak and mahogany banded 'Marriage' longcase clock by Porthouse, the 30cm dial with pierced spandrels, silvered chapter ring, calendar aperture and plaque named 'John & Mary Watson' to arch, all to the thirty hour movement, striking on a bell, contained in case with arched and scrolled cresting, quartered columns to case, 210cm high
Split to trunk and faded to side
Dial worded 'Porthouse Maker' - thought to be John Porthouse (1728-1787) of Penrith with the clock thought to have been made to celebrate the marriage of John and Mary Watson £400-600
161.    A late 18th/early 19th Century oak longcase clock by Monkhouse of Carlise, the 30cm brass dial with leaf spandrels, chapter ring formerly silvered and with calendar aperture, to the 30 hour movement striking on a bell, contained in plain oak case, 210cm high
Lacking silvering to dial, otherwise good overall
Note: James Monkhouse and Son recorded working in Carlisle 1785-1810 £300-400
162.    A late 18th/ early 19th Century oak longcase clock by John Porthouse of Penrith, the 29cm brass dial with ornate spandrels, silvered chapter ring, calendar aperture and matted centre to the 30 hour movement striking on a bell contained in later carved case, with shaped trunk door on bracket feet, 210cm high
Curved/warped backboard
Note: John Porthouse recorded working in Penrith c. 1771 £300-500
163.    A late 18th/early 19th Century oak longcase clock by Joshua Harrocks of Eamont Bridge, the 28cm brass dial with spandrels, silvered chapter ring and calendar aperture to the thirty hour movement striking on a bell, contained in case with turned pillars to hood and shaped trunk door, 207cm high
Split to base
Provenance: Ownership documented since 1936. Restored by Sinclair Harding & Bazeley of Cheltenham, 29th June 1983, with receipt for same
Note: Joshua Harrocks recording working in Lancaster & Eamont Bridge 1748-1759 £500-700
170.    A Georg Jensen 18ct gold smokey quartz 'Savannah' ring, designed by Vivianna Torun, size I/J, with branded box
Good condition £400-600
171.    A Georg Jensen silver and haematite necklace of Heart design, design No. 247A
Good condition, fully marked £125-150
172.    A Georg Jensen silver pendant of Heritage design, No. 2006, with chain for same
Good condition £100-150
173.    An early 20th Century Georg Jensen 830 Danish standard silver and cabochon purple sapphire necklace, design No. 3, designed by Georg Jensen, 43.5cm long
Good condition, bears 1915-1932 mark
Note: Illustrated in Drucker [Janet] - Georg Jensen: A Tradition of Splendid Silver, page 26 £2000-2500
174.    A Georg Jensen silver 'Moonlight Blossom' ring, design No. 1A, size N/O
Slight wear £200-300
175.    A Georg Jensen polished silver oval brooch, design No. 353, with import mark for London 4.3cm wide
Slight wear £130-160
176.    A 9ct white gold and white stone solitaire diamond ring by CARAT* of London, stone approx 3ct, ring size J/K, with branded box
Good condition £50-70
177.    An 18k white gold and all diamond Bridal set, comprising engagement ring, the square face pave set with four stones, together with half hoop eternity ring, both set with approx. 1ct brilliant and princess cut stones, both ring size U/V
Good condition £400-600
178.    An 18ct white gold 0.3ct diamond solitaire ring, size I
Good condition £125-160
179.    A platinum Bridal set, comprising engagement ring set with three emerald cut diamonds, approx 0.5ct, together with a wedding band, shaped to fit and set with two diamonds, both ring size K
Good overall condition £330-350
180.    An 18k gold emerald and diamond cross-over ring, size M
Good overall condition £90-110
181.    A platinum and diamond Trilogy ring, set with three brilliant cut diamonds, total approx 1ct, ring size P
Good overall condition £650-750
182.    An 18ct gold Mabe pearl ring, size P
Good condition £200-300
183.    A gold coloured metal (thought to be 18ct) mounted solitaire diamond ring, the brilliant cut stone approx 0.8ct, with leaf moulding to shank, ring size L
£780-900
184.    A fine diamond solitaire ring, the old cut stone approx 1.5ct, within white metal collet setting with 9ct yellow gold shank, size R/S
Provenance: By repute, this diamond separated from a larger brooch and presented as a gift £1200-1600
185.    An 18ct gold cubic zirconia solitaire ring, approx 1.5ct, ring size N/O
Good condition £80-100
186.    A 9ct gold mounted five diamond ring, with illusion settings, ring size P, and two 9ct gold diamond solitaire rings, also illusion set £60-80
187.    Seven Victorian and later 9ct gold rings, variously set with clear and coloured stones (two lacking stones) £80-100
188.    A 9ct white gold and white stone set bangle of wave design
Good condition £75-100
189.    A pair of handmade gold coloured metal (assumed high carat) and diamond set earrings (for pierced ears), each set with vertical rows of five diamonds, the settings articulated, total estimated carat weight 1.5ct
Good condition £700-900
190.    An 18ct gold, diamond and multi-gem suite of flowerhead design, comprising pair of earrings (for pierced ears, lacking butterflies) and pendant
Good overall condition £100-150
191.    An 18ct gold, diamond and sapphire jewellery suite of flowerhead design, each set with marquise cut centre sapphires surrounded by diamond brilliants, comprising ring, size P, pair of earrings (for pierced ears) and pendant
Good condition £300-400
192.    A Near Eastern gold coloured metal and diamond set heart shaped pendant, set throughout with Russian cut diamonds, 4.5cm x 3cm overall, approx estimated total carat weight 2.2ct (one stone lost and replaced with a simulant), together with gold coloured metal necklace
Provenance: Gifted to the present vendor by her grandmother £2000-3000
193.    A gold coloured metal and citrine suite by repute by Garrard & Co, the cushion cut stones within settings pierced with thistles, comprising ring (size O), pendant with 9ct chain and a pair of earrings (for pierced ears), contained in two Garrard boxes
Good condition, no apparent hallmarks £150-200
194.    Two pairs of white metal niello earrings - obelisk design and hoops with buddhas, both stamped 'Siam Sterling', combined weight 13 grams (for pierced ears)
Good overall condition £25-35
195.    An Edwardian gold and white coloured metal diamond set ribbon pattern brooch, approx 0.25ct estimated weight
Good overall condition £250-350
196.    A fine 1920's Art Deco white metal (thought to be platinum) and all diamond set brooch by Lacloche Freres, of twin flowerhead design, the brilliant cut stones approx 2.1ct total weight
Small dent to edge, engraved makers name to reverse £1200-1600
197.    A Victorian gold coloured metal articulated oval link necklace, 41cm long, the collar marked '18ct' and 'EWS', weight 28.8g
Good overall condition £500-700
198.    A 9ct gold neck chain, bracelet and locket, gross weight 10grams £90-110
199.    A quantity of 9ct gold and gold coloured metal (assumed to be 9ct but not stamped) jewellery, including hoop earrings, 20 grams combined total weight £160-180
200.    A ladies 18ct gold and stainless steel Omega Deville wristwatch, No. 56390979, with papers and box
Good overall condition, new battery fitted June 2017, box worn £500-700
201.    A ladies 18ct gold and stainless steel Omega Seamaster wristwatch, No 54071766, with papers and box
Good condition, new battery fitted June 2017. Box in good overall condition £450-550
205.    A George V silver three piece tea service by Adie Brothers, with squat bodies and gadroon mounts, comprising teapot, milk jug and sugar basin, Birmingham 1930 and a later matching hot water jug by the same maker, Birmingham 1955, combined gross weight 50ozs
Good overall condition £300-400
206.    A George V silver three piece tea service by George Unite, with bulbous reeded bodies, comprising tea pot, milk jug and sugar basin, Birmingham 1913 & 1917, gross weight 39ozs
Teapot finial slightly damaged £200-300
207.    A fine Victorian silver four piece tea and coffee service of Georgian design by Daniel and Charles Houle, the oval serpentine shaped bodies with bright cut engraving of stars, swags and open cartouches, comprising teapot, coffee pot, sugar basin and cream jug, London 1873/4, gross weight 59ozs
Good condition overall £800-1200
208.    An Edward VII silver coffee pot by Charles Boyton & Son, the part reeded body engraved 'Presented to Mrs Rob.t Holliday Lazonby...March 1920', London 1909, gross weight 23ozs
Slight damage to finial £150-200
209.    A good George V silver double inkstand by Charles Stuart Harris and Sons, the hinged covers with bloodhound mounts, on shaped panel feet, 31cm x 22.5cm x 10cm, weight 52ozs, with original glass inkwells
Good condition £500-700
210.    An Edward VII silver circular dish by Josiah Williams & Co, with gadrooned rim, pierced sides, on four splayed panel feet, 22.5cm diameter x 5cm high, London 1905, weight 11ozs
Slight wear to centre, marks slightly rubbed £120-160
211.    An Elizabeth II silver caster of 18th Century design by Viners, with plain panelled sides, 17cm high, Sheffield 1964, weight 5.4ozs
Marks slightly rubbed £50-70
212.    A set of six Elizabeth II silver goblets by Trevor Towner, with plain bowls, gilt interiors and bead mounts, each 15cm high, London 1969, combined weight 24ozs
Good condition overall, minor wear £200-300
213.    A pair of Elizabeth II silver goblets by Richards & Knight, with plain bowls, gilt interiors and bead mounts, each 14.2cm high, London 1972, combined weight 9ozs
Marks slightly rubbed, light overall wear £80-120
214.    A Victorian silver Bosun's whistle by Simeon Greenberg, 10cm long, bears assay mark but no date letter, weight 12.5grams
Hallmarks rubbed, evidence of repair and dented £60-80
215.    An Edward VII silver circular salver by Walker & Hall, with leaf and bead rim, floral engraving to centre and vacant cartouche, on three panel feet, 36cm diameter, Sheffield 1907, weight 35ozs £300-400
216.    A good George III silver waiter possibly by John Chapman II, with period floral engraving and armorial, scalloped piecrust rim on three splayed panel feet, 18.5cm diameter x 3cm high, London 1769, weight 10ozs
Good condition £120-160
217.    A George III silver 'Whiskey' decanter label by Peter and Ann Bateman, 4.5cm wide, London 1793
Some wear to face, possibly re-lettered £30-50
218.    A late Victorian silver 'Holland' decanter label of William IV/early Victorian design by William Hutton and Sons, 6cm wide, Sheffield 1900
Good condition £20-30
219.    A Victorian silver 'Sherry' decanter label by George Unite, 4.7cm wide, Birmingham 1846
Good condition £30-50
220.    A George V silver and tortoiseshell topped trinket box of shaped outline by the Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company, 9.7cm x 8.5cm x 3.8cm, London, 1912, gross weight 5.7ozs
Some wear £70-100
221.    A silver topped cut glass dressing table jar, the top by Walker & Hall and inset with image of a English Bull Terrier, London 1944, 6.3cm diameter x 5cm high
Good condition £25-35
222.    An early George III silver mufineer or caster by Jabez Daniell and James Mince, with wrythen knop and plain baluster body, 17.5cm high, London 1768, weight 6.6ozs
Good condition £120-160
223.    A George III silver mufineer or caster by Stephen Adams, with wrythen knop and plain baluster body, 15cm high, London 1788, weight 2.7ozs
Good condition, marks to body slightly rubbed £60-80
224.    An early 20th Century riding crop, the silver handle modelled as a dog's head with glass eyes, London 1919, 74cm overall
Hallmarks slightly rubbed, crop lacking tassel to end and wriststrap £50-70
225.    A Victorian silver mounted claret jug, with clear bulbous glass body, the silver mount by Robert Harper with embossed leaf ornament, Bacchic mask and vacant cartouche on chastened ground, London 1876, 24cm high overall
Good condition £350-500
226.    A late Victorian silver oval tea caddy by Henry Atkin, with floral ornament and open cartouche, 6cm x 4.5cm x 7.5cm high, Sheffield, 1891, weight 2ozs
Good overall condition, slight wear £60-80
227.    A pair of Victorian silver salts, with gadrooned circular bodies, Birmingham 1888, with spoons for same (one damaged), cased, three silver bladed mother of pearl fruit knives, a silver topped scent bottle and a small selection silver teaspoons £50-70
228.    A George V silver rose bowl or Monteith, with shaped rim, 19cm diameter x 15cm high, Chester 1927, weight 12ozs, with pierced metal mesh top
With later applied white metal shield, possibly covering an inscription £80-120
229.    A George V silver Capstan inkwell by William Hutton & Sons, with engraved cover, 15cm diameter x 6cm high, Birmingham 1917, gross weight 14ozs (loaded), with original ceramic inkwell
Slight wear £50-70
232.    A William IV silver table snuff box by Nathaniel Mills, with reeding, cast floral mounts and gilt interior, 8cm x 4.8cm x 2cm, Birmingham 1839, weight 2.9ozs
With presentation engraving to lid £180-220
233.    A late Victorian silver card case by Joseph Gloster, with scrolled leaf engraving and shaped cartouche, 8.5cm x 5cm x 1cm, Birmingham 1900, weight 1.6oz
Engraved with initials, otherwise a good example £40-60
234.    A Victorian silver vesta case by John Millward Banks, the sides engraved with border of ivy leaves, 4cm x 3cm x 1cm, Birmingham 1891, weight 20grams
Slight surface wear, overall a good example £40-60
235.    A William IV silver table snuff box by Edward Smith, with leaf and scroll mounts, reeded sides, the silver gilt interior with presentation inscription to lid worded 'Presented to the Rev. Henry Clarke by the Members of the Watt Institution...for this...Services...as a Scientific Lecturer...Dundee, 24th April 1837', 8.3cm x 5cm x 2cm high, Birmingham 1830, weight 4.4 ozs
Some rubbing to highlights, otherwise good
Note: The Watt Institute established in Dundee in 1824 'having for its object the affording to the working classes an opportunity of acquiring information at their leisure hours''. Rev Henry Clarke thought to be a Christian phrenologist from Chorley, Lancs, who is recorded as lecturing in Dundee to the Mechanics Phrenology Society in 1835 and more widely across Scotland (see Cooter [Roger] The Cultural Meaning of Science, published Cambridge University Press, 1984) £200-300
236.    An early Victorian silver table snuff box by Neville & Ryland, boldly cast with leaf and scroll mounts, bombe sides, the top with presentation inscription, 9.5cm x 6.4cm x 3.3cm, Birmingham 1840, weight 6.7ozs
Inscription worn, otherwise good £180-220
237.    A Victorian silver table snuff box by Edward Smith, the shaped body engraved with leaf scrolls, gilt interior, the lid with presentation engraving to 'Mr Rob.t Williamson by the Members of Covan Colliery Institutions', 8cm x 5.3cm x 2cm, Birmingham 1845, weight 3.3ozs
Good overall condition £180-220
238.    A George IV silver table snuff box by Thomas Shaw, with plain reeded body, cast thumbpiece, vacant cartouche and gilt interior, 8.5cm x 5cm x 2.3cm high, Birmingham 1828, weight 3.5ozs
Good condition £180-220
239.    A Victorian silver vinaigrette by Nathaniel Mills, with diaper engraved body, shaped engraved cartouche, cast thumpiece, the gilt interior with pierced grill, 3.2cm x 2.2cm x 1cm high, Birmingham 1842, weight 13.8g
Good condition, cartouche engraved with initials 'M.G.' £120-160
240.    An 18th Century white metal (thought to be silver) punch ladle, the oval lipped bowl embossed with fruiting vines and inset with George II 1758 half crown, with twisted whalebone handle, 32cm long
Good overall condition £40-60
241.    An 18th Century white metal (thought to be silver) punch ladle, with plain oval bowl and twisted whalebone handle, 34.5cm long (engraved), a Victorian silver toddy/sauce ladle, London, possibly 1844 (mark rubbed) and a Georgian silver toddy/sauce ladle (marks rubbed)
Wear to hallmarks and general wear throughout £40-60
242.    A George III silver caddy spoon by J.T., with scalloped bowl and bright cut engraved terminal, 6.7cm long, weight 7grams Birmingham 1811
Good condition £60-80
243.    An Elizabeth II silver Triffid end spoon and twin-tined fork of 17th Century design by Thomas Bradbury & Sons, London 1937, weight 4ozs
Slight wear £70-100
244.    A George III silver and whalebone punch ladle, the oval bowl with shaped rim by Peter and Ann Bateman, 34.5cm overall, London 1793
Good condition, marks slightly rubbed £30-40
245.    Two 18th Century white metal punch ladles, inset with coins to bowls, both with twisted whalebone handles
Slight wear, one with cracked handle £40-60
246.    An 18th Century white metal punch ladle with circular bowl and twisted whalebone handle and an Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee punch ladle with twisted ebonised handle, the bowl hallmarked Sheffield 1977 £30-50
247.    Set of 12 Elizabeth II silver Apostle/Seal top spoons, London 1977, w. 2ozs (cased)
£65-80
249.    A set of six George III Scottish Provincial silver Old English teaspoons, possibly by William Hannay of Paisley, circa 1780, weight 77 grams, the terminals engraved 'LIM' and a pair of white metal sugar tongs similarly engraved with initials
Good overall condition £150-200
250.    A pair of late 19th/early 20th Century American sterling silver entree dishes and covers by Shreve & Co, with leaf and scroll mounts, 33cm x 25cm, weight 60ozs
Lacking one handle, with minor wear throughout
By repute, inherited by the present vendor from the 'American branch' of the Lowther family £520-580
251.    Twelve late 19th/early 20th Century American sterling silver dessert forks by Shreve & Co, with shaped terminals, weight 21ozs
Terminals engraved
By repute, inherited by the present vendor from the 'American branch' of the Lowther family £160-200
252.    Eight late 19th/early 20th Century American sterling silver dessert knives by Shreve & Co, with shaped terminals, weight 16ozs
Slight wear, terminals engraved
By repute, inherited by the present vendor from the 'American branch' of the Lowther family £120-160
253.    Twelve late 19th/early 20th Century American sterling silver dessert forks, with engraved and relief moulded terminals, impressed Patent 1874 to reverse, weight 15ozs
Good overall condition
By repute, inherited by the present vendor from the 'American branch' of the Lowther family £120-160
254.    Two pairs of late 19th/early 20th Century American sterling silver salad servers, comprising two forks and two spoons, with shaped terminals, weight 17ozs
Terminals engraved, slight overall wear
By repute, inherited by the present vendor from the 'American branch' of the Lowther family £120-160
255.    A late 19th/early 20th Century American sterling silver fish slice and a ditto cream skimmer, both with shaped terminals, combined weight 9ozs
Terminals engraved and slight wear overall
By repute, inherited by the present vendor from the 'American branch' of the Lowther family £60-80
256.    A pair of late 19th/early 20th Century American sterling silver concertina action tongs, stamped 'Sterling' and No. 2232, weight 2ozs, a silver handled button hook and a silver handled cake slice
Good overall condition
By repute, inherited by the present vendor from the 'American branch' of the Lowther family £30-40
257.    A late 19th Century American sterling silver oval serving dish, with pierced and reeded rim, 29cm x 17cm, weight 6ozs
Slight denting and surface wear £50-70
258.    A set of six 19th Century American white metal (thought silver) teaspoons by Pelletreau, Bennet & Cooke, with Mannerist style ornament to terminals, stamped PB&C within a rectangle, c.1826-1828, weight 2.5ozs
Good overall condition
Note: For more information about this maker, see The Metropolitan Museum, New York £40-60
259.    An 18th Century Continental, possibly French, white metal combined match holder and snuff box of Rococo design, modelled with a bird finial and with gilt interior, 9cm overall, weight 1.2oz
Small split to base £120-160
260.    A silver and oak photograph frame, bearing mark of Horton & Allday and hallmarks for Birmingham 1902, oak back with easel support, 21cm x 16cm £600-800
261.    A pair of silver photograph frames of Art Nouveau design, bearing marks for Henry Matthews and hallmarks for Birmingham 1905, together with design registration No. 458527, mahogany backs with easel supports, 15.2cm x 14.2cm £600-800
262.    A pair of silver photograph frames of Art Nouveau design, bearing marks for Biddle & Collingwood and hallmarks for Birmingham 1908, oak backs with easel supports, 28.5cm x 15cm £800-1200
263.    A pair of silver photograph frames of Art Nouveau design, bearing marks for James and William Deakin and hallmarks for Chester 1905, with later added yellow and orange soft enamels, mahogany backs with easel supports and with bevelled glasses, 24.6cm x 15.4cm £1200-1500
264.    A silver photograph frame of Art Nouveau design, bearing mark for Deakin & Francis Ltd and hallmarks for Birmingham 1904, with green and light blue enamelling, oak back with easel support, 20.5cm x 18cm £900-1100
265.    A matched pair of silver photograph frames of Art Nouveau design, bearing marks for Horton & Allday and M.W., hallmarks for Birmingham 1901/2 and design registration No. 376848, with later added soft blue and green enamels, oak backs with easel supports and with bevelled glasses, 21.7cm x 17cm £1500-2000
266.    A silver photograph frame of Art Nouveau design, bearing mark for M. Ltd (?) and hallmark for Birmingham 1904, with later added blue and green soft enamels, oak back with easel support, 17.7cm x 16.5cm £500-700
267.    A matched pair of silver photograph frames of Art Nouveau design, bearing marks for William Neale and hallmarks for Chester 1902 and Birmingham 1906, with later added soft blue and green enamels, oak backs with easel supports, 29cm x 23.7cm £1500-1800
268.    A silver photograph frame, bearing mark of W.H.S. and hallmark for Birmingham 1905, oak back with easel support, 22cm x 16cm £200-300
269.    A silver photograph frame of Art Nouveau design, bearing mark for William Neale and hallmark for Chester 1902, oak back with easel support, 23cm x 16cm £600-800
270.    A pair of silverplated wine coolers/champagne buckets of Campana shape, engraved with armorials, each 22cm diameter x 25cm high
Good condition £200-300
271.    A pair of Victorian silver plated candle snuffers and matching tray both by Elkington, Mason & Co, the tray 24cm wide
Some loss to silver plating, snuffers slightly mis-shapen £50-70
275.    1872 St George Sovereign, London Mint, VF £200-240
276.    1912 Sovereign, London Mint, VF £200-240
277.    1914 Sovereign, London Mint, GVF £200-240
278.    Ireland/USA 1723 William Woods Farthing, VF £120-160
279.    Ireland/USA 1723 William Woods Peny Rosa Americana, Breen123, GVF £240-320
280.    USA 1871 Cent Indian Head, A UNC £350-500
281.    1554-8 Philip & Mary Groat, GF £250-300
282.    1711 Shilling, VF dark tone £30-50
283.    1787 Sixpence, with hearts, GVF £40-60
284.    1787 Shilling, with hearts, VF £30-50
285.    1811 3 Shillings B.O.E. token, VF £30-50
286.    1811 Eighteen Pence B.O.E. token, NEF (cleaned) £50-70
287.    Yorkshire, Hull 1794 Halfpenny token, DH23q £15-30
288.    Victoria Bun Head bronze Farthing, obverse brockage £100-150
289.    Charles I Tower Mint, 3rd Horseman type 3a3, Mintmark (R) over eye/ (R). F.
Ex Colin Adams collection with ticket (lot 128:part) £80-120
290.    Charles I Tower Mint, 3rd Hoseman, type 3a3, mintmark Sun Over eye/Sun, F £65-100
291.    Charles I Tower Mint, 2nd Horseman, type 2a, G/GF.
Ex Tennants 02/05/2012, lot 23 £180-240
292.    Charles II hammered issue, type C, mintmark Crown, Fair £80-120
293.    Charles I Tower Mint, 2nd Horseman, type 2c, mintmark Harp, F.
Ex Tennants Bedale Hoard £120-160
294.    Charles I Tower Mint, 2nd Horseman, type 2c CHRISO error, mintmark Portcullis, NF/Fair £160-220
295.    Charles I Tower Mint, 4th Horseman, mintmark Star, F.
Ex Tennants Bedale Hoard 13.09.2011, lot 33 (part) £60-80
296.    Charles I Tower Mint, 4th Horseman, mintmark Triangle in Circle, F.
Ex Tennants Bedale Hoard 13.09.2011, lot 33 (part) £60-80
297.    1663 No stops on obverse, ESC 459, GF with gunmental tone.
Ex LCA 13.11.2013, lot 1920 £400-600
298.    1666, 6 over 4, Elephant below bust, GF.
Ex DNW 08.12.2017, lot 2170.
Ex Richard Law collection
Ex P Wallwork 1995. ESC 462 £1750-2500
299.    1667, 7 over 4,. Excessively Rare. One of only 3-4 known examples and the rarest currancy issue Halfcrown in the entire milled series. Fair (but all known examples are lower grade). Reverse with 6 Harp Strings (unique for this date as all other only have 5)
Ex Spink 31.03.2005, lot 253 £10000-15000
300.    1668, 8 over 4, as ESC 464 but V of CAROLVS over inverted A and possibly a sideways S, F.
Ex Dunn 21.03.2016, lot 100, formerly property of a Cambridge scholar and Ex Noble July 2006, lot 1667 £350-400
301.    1669, 9 over 4, ESC 466 and rated R3, GF.
Ex LCA 01.09.2013, lot 2286 £300-400
302.    1669, unaltered date, ESC 465 and rated as R5 (5-10 known examples), GF but with surface damage.
Ex LCA 05.06.2005, lot 947 £400-500
303.    1671, 1 over 1 in date, GF.
Ex Lockdales 14.07.2014, lot 1409 £120-180
304.    1674, F.
Ex Crogdon Coins 01.03.2006, lot 320 £250-350
305.    1675, retrograde 1 in date, ESC 477a, NF £140-220
306.    1676, GF, ESC 478.
Ex DNW 21.03.2016, lot 102 £350-500
307.    1667, NVF with gunmetal tone.
Ex CCA 04.09.2007, lot 488 £250-350
308.    1679, DECNS edge error, ESC 483, F £200-250
309.    1679, PRICESIMO edge error, ESC 484, VF £800-1200
310.    1680, ESC 485, NVF.
Ex Spink 27.03.2014, lot 1672 £600-800
311.    1681, ESC 486, Fair, Rare £100-150
312.    1683, ESC 490, R2, GF.
Ex K.B. Coins 2008 £200-300
313.    1684, 4 over 3, Rarity 3, NF.
Ex Colin Adams sale Spink 30.11.2005, lot 364 with ticket £200-300
314.    1686, SECVNDO edge, ESC 494, VF.
Ex DNW 21.03.2016, lot 117 £400-600
315.    1686, Tertio, ESC 496, GVF.
Ex DNW 21.03.2013, lot 418 £600-800
316.    1686, V/S in 1ACOBVS, ESC 496a, Rarity 3, Fair.
Ex Spink 31.03.2005, lot 258 £120-150
317.    1687, 6 over 8, ESC 499a, Rarity 4 (11-20 known examples), GF with old cleaning.
Ex CCA 04.06.2013, lot 670 £500-750
318.    1687, ESC 498, VF.
Ex Tennants 22.08.2012, lot 168 £550-800
319.    1687, 2nd Bust, ESC 500, NVF/VF.
Ex DNW 02.04.2014, lot 400 £800-1100
320.    1689, ESC 503, 1st Sheild, Caul & Interior Frosted, pearls VF+.
Ex Tennants 05.12.2012, lot 230 £400-600
321.    1689, ESC 507B, FRA reverse legend, F £220-340
322.    1689, ESC 506, Caul Frosted, No Pearls, NEF £600-1000
323.    1689, ESC 509, 2nd Sheild, Caul & Interior Frosted, No Pearls, NVF.
Ex LCA 02.12.2012, lot 1906 £250-350
324.    1690, V/S in GVLIELMVS and GRETIA edge error, ESC 514, NVF.
Ex Spink 15.07.2015, lot 478 £500-600
325.    1692, QVINTO edge, ESC 518, NF, Rarity 4 (11-20 examples known).
Ex DNW 21.03.2013, lot 430 £350-500
326.    1696 B, ESC 524, VF with gunmetal tone.
Ex CCA 11.09.2012, lot 627 £250-350
327.    1696 C, ESC 525, F.
Ex Lockdales 24.01.2010, lot 158 £180-240
328.    1696, ESC 530, Rarity 3, Fair.
Ex CCA 29.04.2014, lot 410 £120-160
329.    1696, ESC 534, NVF with grafitti on reverse (TY scratched in field between Irish and English harps), struck overweight on a broard flan at 15.08gms.
Ex CCA 08.09.2009, lot 538 £140-180
330.    1696 Y, ESC 529 with Y over E below bust, Fair/Poor, Rarity 4 (11-20 known examples).
Ex CCA 29.04.2014, lot 427 £220-280
331.    1696 B, ESC 530a, no top bar on the T of ET, F/GF, Rarity 4 (11-20 known examples).
Ex LCA 06.03.2010, lot 1558 £200-400
332.    1696 B, ESC 535, Fair with flan flaw at B of HIB on edge.
Ex Tennants 03.03.2010, lot 340 (part) £100-120
333.    1696 B, ESC 535a (Larger Sheilds), F, Rarity 3.
Ex Baldwins 05.11.2016, lot 168 £220-300
334.    1696 C, ESC 525, Blundered bT in OCTAVO and appears as OCVAVO, F.
Ex Tennants 13.04.2016, lot 268 £200-300
335.    1696 E, ESC 526, Rarity 2, Fair £140-200
336.    1696 E, ESC 537, GF with adjustment marks, Rarity 4.
Ex CCA 15.01.2014, lot 618 £180-250
337.    1696 Y, ESC 539, VF.
Ex CCA 29.04.2014, lot 429 £350-500
338.    1697 E, ESC 548b, E over B below bust, F, Rarity 4 (11-20 known examples).
Ex CCA 29.04.2014, lot 435 £220-350
339.    1697, ESC 541, B/I in HIB .
Ex LCA 06.09.2015, lot 2304.
Unrecorded in ESC, Fair £120-140
340.    1697, as ESC 541, I over E in GVLIELMVS and unrecorded in ESC, GF.
Ex LCA 04.06.2016, lot 2928 £400-500
341.    1697, ESC 541, GVF but minor porosity from water.
Ex LCA 04.03.2006, lot 1634 (part) £250-350
342.    1697, as ESC 541 but G/A in MAG. Bull 1041, GF.
Ex DNW 11.02.2015, lot 118 £300-400
343.    1697, as ESC 541 but inverted A for V in TVTAMEN on edge. GVF with gunmetal tone.
EX TRM 30.09.2010, lot 59 £375-525
344.    1697 N, ESC 550, GVF with gunmetal tone.
Ex Baldwins 02.11.2013, lot 130 £700-1200
345.    1697 N, ESC 550A, Scottish Arms at date, Fair but Rarity 5 (5-10 known examples).
EX CCA 29.04.2014, lot 437 £700-1200
346.    1697 Y, ESC 552 with a different Y and footnote in ESC, VF.
Ex LCA 04.06.2016, lot 2932 £220-350
347.    1698, ESC 554, EF.
Ex Tennants 13.04.2016, lot 161 £500-750
348.    1698 UNDECIMO, ESC 555 and rated Rarity 5 (5-10 known examples), F.
Ex CCA 15.01.2014, lot 627 £400-600
349.    1699, ESC 556, Fair and previously gilded £100-120
350.    1699, as ESC 557 but all V's on edge are inverted A's. Unrecorded as such. F and toned.
Ex Brock 20.02.2009, lot 470 £250-350
351.    1700, ESC 561, VF.
Ex Spink 30.06.2005, lot 189 (part) £400-600
352.    1703 VIGO, VF/GVF with cabinet toning.
Ex LCA 04.09.2005, lot 1308 (part) £500-750
353.    1710 Roses & plumes, as ESC 581 but inverted A for V in DECVS and first N in ANNO over O. F.
Ex Colin Adams collection, Spink 01.12.2005, lot 513 with ticket £100-200
354.    1712 Roses & plumes, ESC 582. GF with old cleaning.
Ex Spink 30.06.2005, lot 189 (part) £200-250
355.    1708 Plain angles, ESC 577. Cleaned and retoning. VF.
Ex LCA 02.12.2012, lot 1915 £500-700
356.    1713 Plain angles, ESC 583, GF with gunmeatal tone.
Ex Tennants 28.02.2007, lot 112 £300-400
357.    1713 Roses & Plumes, ESC 584, GF cleaned in the past.
Ex Spink 30.06.2005, lot 189 (part) £200-300
358.    1714 Roses & Plumes, ESC 585, GVF with adjustment lines.
Ex DNW 21.09.2016, lot 762. £350-450
359.    1717, ESC 589, NVF with gunmetal tone.
Ex CCA 06.01.2008, lot 483 £700-900
360.    1720 unaltered date, ESC 591. Rarity 3. NVF.
Ex DNW 02.04.2014, lot 422 £700-1000
361.    1731 Roses & Plumes, ESC 595. GF.
Ex CCA 06.09.2005, lot 434 £250-350
362.    1741, 41/39 with larger obverse lettering, GF.
Ex Spink 30.06.2005, lot 189 (part) £200-300
363.    1741 unaltered date, ESC 601. Rarity. GEF.
Ex Baldwins 04.06.2006, lot 912 £1500-2500
364.    1745, 5 over 3, ESC 604A. Rarity 2. NEF gunmetal tone.
Ex Tennants 14.06.2006, lot 69 £900-1200
365.    1745 Roses, ESC 604. NEF gunmetal tone.
Ex LCA 06.12.2015, lot 2594 £900-1200
366.    1746/5 LIMA', ESC 607. VF.
Ex Spink 31.03.2005, lot 277 £150-250
367.    1750, ESC 609. EF/GEF, nice cabinet tone.
Ex Westminster 01.05.2011, lot 250 £1200-1800
368.    1817, D/T in DEI, ESC 616A. VF.
Ex Tennants 16.04.2014, lot 146 (part) £200-250
369.    1817 Small Head, ESC 618. EF.
Ex Tennants 03.03.2005, lot 203 £200-300
370.    1820 George II, ESC 625. UNC and toned.
EX LCA 01.06.2014, lot 1677 £600-800
371.    1834 WW in block, ESC 660. A UNC.
Ex LCA 06.09.2015, lot 2366 £1000-1500
372.    1837, ESC 667. GVF.
Ex spink 27.09.2016, lot 2264 £500-600
373.    1839 Currency Issue, ESC 672. Fair. Rarity 4 (11-20 known examples).
Ex Spink 27.09.2014, lot 2043 £1500-2000
374.    1841, ESC 674. Fair. Rarity 3.
Ex Warwick & Warwick 14.04.2010, lot 188 £1300-1800
375.    1848, 8 over 7, F. Rare.
Ex Lockdales 12.07.2014, lot 1479 £450-650
376.    1881, A UNC.
Ex CCA 02.09.2008, lot 557 £250-400
377.    1885, EF.
Ex CCA 03.06.2008, lot 889 £250-400
378.    1896, Davies 668 (2+A), GEF.
Ex Lockadales 25.01.2015, lot 1472 £150-250
379.    1898, UNC.
Ex LCA 05.12.2010, lot 1468 £150-250
380.    1901, UNC.
Ex CCA 12.04.2011, lot 637 £150-250
381.    1906, EF.
Ex DNW 16.03.2011, lot 364 (part) £200-275
382.    1926, Ordinary Effigy, UNC.
Ex Tennants 04.05.2011, lot 100 (part) £120-250
383.    1927, 1st Reverse, GEF.
Ex Brocks 10.05.2005, lot 900 £100-150
384.    1797, 9 over inverted 9 and unrecorded as such. GVF
Ex TRM 17.06.2010, lot 60 (part) £100-150
385.    1825, EF, toned.
Ex Warwick & Warwick 13.04.2011, lot 200 £200-300
386.    1827, VF, pitted as usual for this date. Rare £400-600
387.    1831, W.W, Rare, VF.
Ex TRM 28.02.2008, lot 290 (part) £400-600
388.    1831, No WW, GVF with obverse scratches in fields £80-120
389.    1834, GVF.
Ex Lockdales 21.01.2010, lot 281 (part) £150-200
390.    1839, Bronzed Proof, GVF.
Ex DNW 05.12.2012, lot 616 £800-1000
391.    1844, BMC 1487, A UNC.
Ex CCA 03.01.2007, lot 297 £200-300
392.    1846, BMC 1490, EF.
Ex Tennants 22.08.2012, lot 123 (part) £250-350
393.    1847, DEF close colon, BMC 1492 GEF.
Ex Tennants 11.10.2006, lot 34 £250-350
394.    1847, DEF far colon, BMC 1493, EF.
Ex Tennants 14.06.2006, lot 53 £100-200
395.    1848, Plain 8, BMC 1496. GVF £100-150
396.    1860 Beaded Border. Freeman 763, Gouby dies A+b, satin 1. VF+ and extremely rare.
Ex LCA 07.02.2010, lot 1681 £2500-3500
397.    1860 Beaded border, Trial Obverse. Gouby dies A1 + b, R & I of BRITT do not touch at bases. Extremely Rare. NF
Ex. LCA 04.03.2012, lot 2168 £2500-3500
398.    1860 as Freeman 10 but A in VICTORIA is an inverted V. VF and porous. Unrecorded. £200-300
399.    1860, Freeman 13, UNC uneven toning.
Ex LCA 04.06.2006, lot 1795 (part) £120-180
400.    1860, Freeman 15, Gouby dies G+d, central cut fish tail, as Bamford 23. UNC.
Ex DNW 08.06.2016, lot 442 £300-500
401.    1860, as Freeman 15, Gouby 1860T, Satin 19. No colon dots after F:D. NF with scrapes to both sides (only 4 known examples).
Ex LCA 06.12.2011, lot 676 £450-650
402.    1860, N over sideways N in ONE. GVF.
Ex David Craddock £250-350
403.    1861, 8 over 6, Freeman 33A. Poor but date very clear. Extremely Rare.
Ex LCA 05.12.2010, lot 1633 £1500-2200
404.    1861, 8 over wiry 6. Gouby AA dies D+d. Fair.
Ex Baldwins Argentum sale 02.11.2012, lot 558 £200-500
405.    1861, Freeman 20, GVF £100-180
406.    1861, Freeman 21, Fair. Rated as R18 (Extremely Rare).
Ex LCA 06.12.2013, lot 2763 (part) £280-500
407.    1861, Freeman 28, GF.
Ex LCA 05.09.2010, lot 1548 £500-750
408.    1861, Freeman 32, Fair. Very Rare.
Ex CCA 04.05.2010, lot 363 £350-500
409.    1861, Freeman 33. R of REG re-cut and above base of E. UNC £100-150
410.    1861, R over B in REG. Poor. Gouby 1861FA and stated as only 2 examples known by him.
Ex David Craddock 06.08.2015 £450-600
411.    1862, 8 over 6, Freeman 39A, F.
Ex LCA 06.09.2014, ot 2690.
satin records only 7 known examples £1500-2000
412.    1862, ½d date numerals, Freeman 41. NF.
Ex David Craddock 09.08.2008 £1300-2200
413.    1863, 3 over 1, as Freeman 42. Gouby 1863AA. GF.
Formerly in LCGS slab, Ex LCA 03.06.2012, lot 481 £2400-3200
414.    1865, 5 over 3, Freeman 51, Gouby 1865Bc, UNC.
Ex LCA 06.03.2011, lot 1147 £1000-1500
415.    1867, Freeman 53, UNCS
Ex Cheshire Collection, Ex LCA 02.03.2008, lot 1192 £400-800
416.    1868, Freeman 56, UNC.
Ex LCA 27.11.2005, lot 1183 £300-600
417.    1873, Freeman 64, UNC with 60% lustre.
Ex TRM 09.03.2006, lot 254 (part) £250-500
418.    1874, Freeman 67, GVF.
Ex David Craddock 24.04.2007 £80-120
419.    1874, Freeman 77, VF.
Ex Spink 23.09.2015, lot 574 (part) £120-180
420.    1874-H, Freeman 68, EF with lustre.
Ex CCA 21.11.2000, Ex LCA 06.03.2016, lot 2420 £350-500
421.    1874-H, Freeman 69, GVF.
Ex David Craddock 24.04.2007 £450-750
422.    1875, Freeman 79, GEF with lustre.
Ex CCA 17.11.1998, lot 186, Ex LCA 06.03.2016, lot 2426 £350-600
423.    1875, Freeman 80, UNC 9% lustre.
Ex TRM 09.03.2006, lot 252 (part) £300-500
424.    1875, Freeman 82, UNC 40% lustre.
Ex LCA 27.11.2005, lot 1190 £200-400
425.    1876-H, Freeman 87, UNC.
Ex CCA 11.01.2011, lot 285 £200-400
426.    1879, Freeman 96, EF with some obverse contacts. £200-400
427.    1880, Freeman 101, UNC 80% lustre.
Ex Tennants 29.04.2009, lot 52 £400-600
428.    1880, Freeman 99, UNC 60% lustre.
Ex CCA 07.09.2010, lot 528 £300-500
429.    1882 London Mint, Fair/Poor but extremely Rar.
Ex LCA 06.06.2015, lot 2465 £2000-3000
430.    1889, Freeman 128, Gouby 1889Ca, UNC with 70% lustre.
Ex DNW 08.06.2016, lot 458 £200-300
431.    1895, Freeman 139, Trident 2mm from P of Penny. A UNC trace obverse lustre. £600-1200
432.    1897, Freeman 148, High Tide. GEF with metal flow above Britannia and some light obversescratches.
Ex TRM 16.01.2008, lot 162 (part) £400-600
433.    1902, Freeman 156, Low Tide. UNC with 40% lustre.
Ex Tennants 11.06.2006, lot 100 (part) £150-250
434.    1911, Hollow neck, Gouby 1911B, F or slightly better £150-250
435.    1912-H, UNC with 60% lustre £150-250
436.    1918-H, GVF.
Ex Tennants 11.10.2006, lot 100 (part) £100-200
437.    1918-KN, GVF.
Ex Tennants 11.10.06, lot 100 (part) £200-400
438.    1919-KN, GVF.
Ex Tennants 04.05.2011, lot 111 (part) £250-450
439.    1919-KN, VF with smaller diameter due to edge possibly being filed, 29.97mm diameter. £50-80
440.    1806, BMC 1342, no incuse curl, GEF
Ex John Jerrams (Satin) £120-180
441.    1806, incuse curl, BMC 1343, UNC 70% lustre.
Ex TRM 07.12.2006, lot 40 (part) £200-300
442.    1826, BMC 1425, Thin Line n Saltire, GEF.
Ex CCA 08.01.2013, lot 691 £140-180
443.    1826, BMC 1427, Thick Line on Saltire, UNC.
Ex CCA 08.01.2013, lot 693 £400-600
444.    1853, BMC 1500, EF. 1st N and 2nd A in BRITANNIAR blundered.
Ex PFK 18.08.2011, lot 1339 (part) £90-150
445.    1853, BMC 1503, GVF.
Ex Franks 12.03.2005, lot 532 £60-100
446.    1854, BMC 1507, GEF.
Ex PFK 18.08.2011, lot 1339 (part) £100-180
447.    1857, BMC 1513, VF+ with minor edge knock £40-60
448.    1860, Beaded Border, Freeman 7. VF but a soil find. £150-400
449.    1860. Freeman 10, GVF. 0 of date re-cut and low. £50-80
450.    1861, Freeman 20, Fair £50-80
451.    1861, Freeman 20, GF with encrustation £60-100
452.    1875, Freeman 80. Miscut P in PENNY, GF £10-20
453.    1861, Freeman 26, wider date, GEF.
Ex Tennants 04.05.2011, lot 111 (part) £90-150
454.    1861, Freeman 26, closer date, VF.
Ex CCA 06.09.2006, lot 278 (part) £20-40
455.    1861, Freeman 33, G of DG rotated 30% £20-40
456.    1861, Freeman 33 with 6 and 1 of date very close together and the 1 touching exergual line.
Ex Spink 23.09.2015, lot 546 (part) £20-40
457.    1861, Freeman 33, obverse letters incomplete in places and re-cut. NEF with staining £40-60
458.    1863, as Freeman 42, but sea does not cross linear circle to right. A UNC £200-250
459.    1863, open 3, Gouby 1863A, Poor £20-50
460.    1865, Freeman 50, UNC.
Ex CCA 09.01.2007, lot 47 £200-400
461.    1866, Freeman 52, GEF.
Ex CCA 13.03.2007, lot 181 £160-300
462.    1875-H, Freeman 85, NVF.
Ex CCA 06.09.2006, lot 507 (part) £60-100
463.    1879, Freeman 97, EF 20% lustre.
Ex Tennants 11.10.2006, lot 100 (part) £100-140
464.    1879, Freeman 98, Narrow date and Rare, F.
Ex David Craddock 03.07.2007 £80-120
465.    1880, Freeman 99. Lower 8 to left of 8. Gouby 1880Af. Fairbut very few known examples.
Ex. LCA 06.12.2013, lot 3486 (part) £60-80
466.    1883, Freeman 116, EF £60-80
467.    1883, Freeman 118, UNC.
Ex CCa 06.09.2006, lot 525 £120-180
468.    1884, UNC with 80% lustre.
Ex Tennants 11.10.2006, lot 100 (part) £180-250
469.    1885, UNC with 20% lustre.
Ex Tennants 11.10.2006, lot 100 (part) £180-200
470.    1886, UNC with 80% lustre.
Ex Tennants 04.05.2011, lot 111 (part) £220-320
471.    1887, UNC 80% lustre.
Ex Bonhams 11.07.2006, lot 737 (part) £100-160
472.    1892, EF.
Ex Bonhams 11.07.2006, lot 373 (part) £80-120
473.    1893, UNC, 40% lustre.
Ex Baldwins 16.11.2015, lot 186. £180-220
474.    1894, UNC 30% lustre.
Ex Tennants 11.10.2006, lot 100 (part) £220-320
475.    1860, Freeman 7, NF.
Ex LCA 03.12.2006, lot 952 £100-200
476.    1860, Freeman 16, VF.
Ex CCA 12.04.2011, lot 410 (part) £100-200
477.    1860, Freeman17, NVF/GVF reverse edge knock at 1 o'clock.
Ex David Craddock 21.03.2007 £180-220
478.    1861, Freeman 22 variant, Gouby 1861EA, EF. Missing top leaf. £100-200
479.    1861, Freeman 22, 8/8, EF with lustre.
Ex TRM 28.02.2008, lot 234 (part) £80-120
480.    1902, High Tide, UNC 70% lustre £50-100
481.    1903, UNC 40% lustre £50-100
482.    1905, Freeman 160, UNC 30% lustre.
Ex LCA 05.06.2005, lot 1692 (part) £100-150
483.    1905, Freeman 161, UNC 30% lustre.
Ex David Craddock 14.12.2010 £80-130
484.    1906, UNC 40% lustre.
Ex Tennants 12.10.2005, lot 47 (part) £80-120
485.    1907, UNC 80% lustre with obverse carbon spot.
Ex LCA 05.06.2005, lot 1692 (part) £70-110
486.    1908, Freeman 164, A UNC, weak strike with 70% lustre.
Ex Lockdales 16.01.2011, lot 640 (part) £90-130
487.    1908, Freeman 165, GEF.
Ex David Craddock 02.06.2010 £60-80
488.    1909, Freeman 168, UNC 60% lustre.
Ex Tennants 11.10.2006, lot 100 (part) £90-120
489.    1910, UNC 90% lustre £80-110
490.    2.57kg of assorted scrap to mid grade silver comprising of;
1.53kg of pre47
616gms of pre 20
422gms of foreign
Net silver content approx 1.7kgs £550-800
495.    John J. Brenan (19th Century) - Oil painting - 'To Church' - Landscape view with figures walking to church, with young woman crossing stile to foreground, canvas 56.5cm x 43.5cm, signed, in later gilt swept frame
Some paint loss and crazing £300-400
496.    R. Lanzi (20th C. Italian) - Oil painting - Boy smoking a pipe, canvas 40cm x 30cm, signed, in swept painted frame
Good condition £50-70
497.    20th Century - Oil painting - Lady having a nap in a garden, canvas 91cm x 69cm, monogrammed, unframed
£20-40
498.    20th Century - Oil painting - 'Hippo Robbers', portrait heads, canvas 64cm x 56cm, indistinctly signed, in silvered frame, date stamp '21 Dec 1966' to stretcher
Good condition £40-60
499.    Manner of George Devlin (1937-2014) - Oil painting - Portrait of an elderly woman, canvas 63cm x 76cm, bears signature verso, in painted and gilt frame
Some paint crazing/cracking £200-300
500.    19th Century after Judith Leysters (1609-1660) or Frans Hals (1580-1666) - Oil painting - The Lute Player/Jester, after the oil painting in the Rijksmuseum, canvas, 67cm x 59cm, in gilt moulded frame
Good overall condition £300-500
501.    19th Century in the manner of Lord Frederic Leighton PRA (1830-1896) or possibly Sir Edward John Poynter (1836-1919) - Oil painting - Portait of a young woman in a garden before pomegranate bushes, wearing loose draped tunic and holding a thurible, relined canvas 42.5cm x 33cm, in later gilt frame
Slight surface marks
Note: Acquired by the vendor in the Pinner area of Greater London £6000-8000
502.    Peter Liddle - Acrylic - 'Killantringan Low Tide, 45cm x 61cm, signed and dated '85, in wood frame
Good condition £40-60
503.    Early 20th Century - Oil painting - Still life study of flowers and acorns, board 30cm x 39cm, monogrammed WTE, in gilt frame £40-60
504.    20th Century Continental - Oil painting - Street scene, possibly Italy, canvas 35cm x 50cm, indistinctly signed 'Mees' (?), in painted frame £30-40
504A.   Marsha Hammel (b.1949) - Oil painting - After After Hours Club, No. 2/12', 92cm x 122cm, in gilt frame £3000-4000
505.    George Fiessinger (20th Century) - Oil painting - 'Sunshine in an English Garden', board 30cm x 40cm, signed, in painting frame with label verso
Good condition £40-60
505A.   Marsha Hammel (b.1949) - Oil painting - After After Hours Club, No. 3/12', 92cm x 122cm, in gilt frame
£3000-4000
506.    Rey (19th/20th C Spanish) - Oil painting - Seascape, 38cm x 61cm, stamp for V. Piera, Barcelona verso, unframed £40-60
507.    Modern School - Oil painting - Theatrical masks, board 55cm x 44cm, indistinctly signed, in black frame £20-30
508.    20th Century - Oil painting on copper - Still life with rose in vase, 13cm x 10cm, mounted on copper frame of Industrial design, stretcher bears signature 'C. Boltanski'
Good condition £30-40
509.    20th Century Asian School - Palette knife oil - Busy boating scene, 42cm x 75cm, indistinctly signed 'Korzi Awower (?)' and dated 1975, mounted on gilt frame
Good overall condition £40-60
510.    Bernard Dufour (1922-2016) - Oil painting - 'Boats', Mediterranean harbour scene, 36cm x 44cm, signed, in wood frame, Michael John Studio Northampton label verso
Good condition £80-120
510A.   Rob Hefferan (b. 1968) - Oil painting - 'Romantic Liaison', 61cm x 96.5cm, signed, in gilt frame, sold with Whitewall Galleries valuation certificate £2500-3000
511.    20th Century, Oil painting, Balloon Children, 60cm x 44cm, in red frame £40-60
512.    20th Century, Palette knife oil painting, Spanish town scene, 30cm x 48cm, indistinctly signed and dated '79, in white painted frame £20-40
513.    Pair of 20th Century paintings on leaves, bird studies, each 29cm x 12cm, signed indistinctly 'Sothart (?)', in wood frames £30-40
514.    Early 20th Century - Pair of oil paintings - Waterfall scenes, canvases 51.5cm x 30.5cm, in gilt frames
With repairs and restorations £60-80
515.    Attrib. John Keogh (b. 1940) - Oil painting - 'Off the Irish Coast, board 53cm x 40cm, in white painted frame, inscribed verso
Good overall condition £100-150
516.    Cavan Corrigan (b. 1942) - Oil painting - Barn Owl, 61cm x 91cm, signed, unframed
Good overall condition £70-100
517.    19th Century - Oil painting - River landscape, with cottage to bank, canvas 50cm x 65cm, in gilt moulded frame
With slight damage and repairs £60-80
518.    Michael Smith (20th Century) - Oil painting - Cornish coastal scene, canvas 35cm x 51cm, signed and dated 1987, in gilt frame
Good condition £60-80
519.    Les Parkin (Modern) - Oil painting - Leaping trout, 29cm x 89cm, signed, in gilt frame
Good condition £80-100
520.    Bertel Hansen Svaneke 1883-1937) - Oil painting on board - Marsh landscape scene, 27cm x 35cm, signed and dated '7', in gilt frame
Good condition £100-150
521.    Clarence Henry Roe (1850-1909) - Oil painting - 'Ben Venue, Loch Achray, Perthshire', canvas 91cm x 61cm, signed, in gilt frame and glazed, titled in pencil verso
Good overall condition, minor wear to frame £400-600
522.    Abel Hold (1815-1891) - Oil painting - Grouse awaiting the dogs, canvas 45cm x 55cm, signed and dated 1871, in gilt moulded frame and glazed
Painting in good condition, frame with moulding loss and damage £700-1000
523.    19th Century Continental School - Watercolour - Shoulder length portrait of a bearded gentleman wearing wide brimmed hat, 41cm x 29cm, in gilt moulded frame
Sun damage and minor wear, fair overall £200-300
524.    18th Century French - Pencil - Study of a nude woman, 25cm x 34cm, mounted in oak frame and glazed
Good overall condition £100-150
525.    Roy Davis (20th Century) - Watercolour - 'HMS Hunda, Minesweeper entering Grand Harbour, Malta, 1944', 21cm x 30cm, signed, framed and glazed, with label verso
Good condition £50-70
526.    20th Century - Pastel - Reclining nude, 59cm x 52cm, indistinctly signed, framed and glazed £30-50
527.    20th Century Irish - Watercolour - Abstract heads, 28cm x 20cm, signed 'Danny Keegan' and dated 1983, framed and inscribed verso
Good condition £30-50
528.    20th Century Chinese - Watercolour on silk - Study of passion fruit, 29cm diameter, with seal marks, framed
Good condition £30-50
529.    Gerald Scarfe (b. 1936) - Ink sketches - Book illustrations, 30cm x 21cm, signed, in wood frame and glazed £50-70
530.    Anthony Ross (20th Century) - Watercolour - 'A Summer Shower', 19cm x 32cm, signed, framed
Good condition
£25-35
531.    20th Century - Gouache - Posts in the sand, stretching into the distance, 39cm x 48cm, in gilt framed and glazed with 'UNIT ONE/Mayor Gallery' and 'Art London' labels verso
Note: UNIT ONE was an art movement created by Paul Nash in 1933, with the Mayor Gallery hosting the inaugural exhibition in 1934 - and also holding a revival exhibition in 1984 £40-60
532.    20th Century Continental - Pastel - Lake scene, 39cm x 52cm, indistinctly signed, in silvered frame and glazed £30-50
533.    20th Century - Coloured pencil - Abstract cone design, 69cm x 49cm, indistinctly signed, in wood frame and glazed £30-50
534.    John Mead (20th Century) - Mixed media - 'Duet', 29cm x 39cm, signed, in wood frame and glazed
Good condition £40-60
535.    20th Century - Set of six watercolour and pastel works - Gardening scenes, each 39cm x 29cm, all monogrammed, in metal frames, mostly glazed
Good overall condition £60-80
536.    20th Century - Pastel - Still life study, 48cm x 63cm, monogrammed W.A.H and dated Jan '52, framed and glazed £40-60
537.    Sonja Weinfeld (fl. 1960-1980) - Pastel - Figures, in gilt frame and glazed £30-40
538.    Percival H. Mason - Watercolour - Still life study 'Ophrys fuciflora', 29.5cm x 21cm, signed, in white painted frame and glazed, Tryon Gallery label verso
Good condition £60-100
539.    •Sydney Arrobus (1901-1990) - Watercolour - 'Tenerife', 37cm x 51cm, signed, in gilt frame and glazed, with Francis Kyle Gallery verso and handwritten date '1956'
Good condition £100-150
540.    Frederick Tatham (1805-1878) - Pair of Watercolours - Portraits of a husband and wife, each 58cm x 41cm, signed, in gilt moulded frames and glazed, with Christies type stencils verso
Good condition
Note: Frederick Tatham (31 July 1805 - 29 July 1878) was an English artist who was a member of the Shoreham Ancients, a group of followers of William Blake £200-300
541.    Charles H. Eldridge - Pastel - Self portait, with terrier, 62cm x 48cm , signed and dated 1943, in gilt frame and glazed, with Russell Cotes Gallery, Bournemouth label verso
Good condition £50-70
542.    Early 20th Century French School, Watercolour, Beach resort scene, 39cm x 55cm, indistinctly signed 'V. Lozonot (?)' and dated 1932, in wooden frame and glazed £40-60
543.    American School, charcoal drawing, shoulder length profile of a young woman, 40cm x 32cm, in metal frame with Donald Dore, West Palm Beach, Florida label verso £20-40
544.    Sir David Murray R.A. (1849-1933), watercolour, Landscape - page from his sketchbook, 12cm x 17cm, signed to reverse of work, in gilt frame and glazed
£40-80
545.    Robert Hills (1769-1844) - Watercolour - 'Grays Elegy', 22cm x 14.5cm, label verso for Peter Haworth Gallery £250-300
546.    Attrib. George Arthur Fripp (1813-1896) - Watercolour - Mountainous coastal landscape, with single vessel and buoy, 18cm x 25cm £300-400
547.    19th Century School - Watercolour - Castle in Tyrolean Alps, 42cm x 75cm, in gilt frame (restored) £400-600
548.    Attrib. William Crouch (1817-1850) - Watercolour - Bay of Naples, 19cm x 24cm, in gilt swept frame £150-200
549.    William Havell (1782-1857) - Watercolour - 'Amber Gate Station, Derbyshire,13cm x 18cm, signed, in gilt frame £150-200
550.    John Warwick Smith (1749-1831) - Ink sketch - 'Vale of Tombs', 12.5cm x 18cm, signed, in wood frame £200-300
551.    Myles Birket Foster (1825-1899) - Pair of oval watercolours - 'Two children with birds nest' and 'Girl feeding birds', each 15cm x 11cm, each monogrammed 'FB', framed £500-700
552.    Attrib. Thomas Creswick (1811-1869) - Watercolour - 'A Rural Hamlet', 16cm x 23cm, in gilt moulded frame, label verso £150-200
553.    John Wilson Ewbank (1779-1847) - Three pencil sketches - Highland scenes, signed, mounted as one in Hogarth frame and glazed
Glass damaged £60-80
554.    Attributed to John MacWhirter (1839-1911) - Watercolour - 'South Queensferry', 10cm x 17.5cm, in gilt moulded frame
Good overall condition £120-160
555.    19th Century - Watercolour - View of the Matterhorn, with figures to foreground, 41cm x 57cm, in gilt frame and glazed
Good overall condition £350-500
556.    J. Albert Hall (19th Century) - Watercolour - Fell scene, 13.5cm x 18.5cm, signed and dated 1889, in gilt frame and glazed
Slighty faded £40-60
557.    Style of Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841-1919) - Sanguine drawing - Full length nude, 40cm x 32cm, bears signature, in wooden frame and glazed
Good overall condition £500-700
558.    Manner of Sidney Paul Goodwin (1867-1944) - Watercolour - 'Near Hastings', 24cm x 35.5cm, apparently unsigned but titled, in gilt frame and glazed
Good overall condition £100-150
559.    James Ingham Riley (1928-2015) - Watercolour - NW Scotland, 33cm x 53cm, signed, in silvered frame
Good condition, purchased directly from the artist by the present vendor £40-60
560.    James Ingham Riley (1928-2015) - Watercolour - Loch Shin, 31cm x 42cm, signed, in gilt frame
Good condition, purchased directly from the artist by the present vendor
£30-50
561.    Frank Prosser (1895-1950) - Pastel - Portrait of a bay horse 'Gin', 36cm x 45cm, signed and dated 1934, in ebonised frame and glazed
Mould and slight staining to paper surface £150-200
562.    Sidney Strube (1891-1956) - Watercolour - 'A Happy New Year from STRUBE '53', depicting John Citizen astride a dolphin, 53cm x 56cm, signed and inscribed to Mrs Phillips, in oak frame and glazed
Good condition
Note: Sidney Strube worked as a political cartoonist at the Daily Express for over 35 years between 1912 and 1948, as well as producing advertising work for Guinness amongst other companies and working for other publications £150-200
563.    John Robertson Reid (1851-1926) - Watercolour - 'Fishing', three men in a rowing boat, 18cm x 26cm, signed and dated '02, in later pitch pine frame and glazed
Good condition £300-400
564.    John Rathbone (1750-1807) - Watercolour - Cathedral city view from distance, possibly Rochester, 29cm x 45cm, signed and dated 1785(?), in later frame and glazed
Slight damage and fading £300-400
565.    19th Century English - Watercolour - Harvest scene with corn stooks, 21cm x 49cm, in gilt frame and glazed
Good condition £100-150
566.    Robert Bindloss (1939-1990) - Watercolour - 'A Busy Shopping Arcade', 32cm x 24cm, unsigned, titled with provenance verso, in white frame
Good condition £50-70
567.    Charles James Barraud (19th/20th C) - Pair watercolours - Pastoral landscape with cattle and fishing scene, both 8cm x 11.5cm, signed, in ebonised frames and glazed
Fishing scene slightly faded £70-100
568.    Bernard McMullen (1952-2015) - Pastel - Venetian Scene, 54cm x 75cm, signed, framed
Good condition £200-300
569.    Bernard McMullen (1952-2015) - Pastel - Venetian Scene, 54cm x 75cm, signed, framed
Good condition
£200-300
570.    •Laurence Stephen Lowry RBA RA (1 November 1887 - 23 February 1976) - Limited edition print - 'His Family', 52cm x 71cm, signed in pencil to margin 'L.S.Lowry' and printed No. 474, in silvered frame
Loose in mount, slight damage to paper surface, otherwise in good overall condition £500-700
571.    After James Pollard (1792/7-1867) - Four aquantints - 'St Albans Grand Steeple Chase', plates 1-4, each 31cm x 43cm, unsigned and with no apparent publisher details, in Hogarth frames and glazed
Good overall conditon £100-150
572.    20th Century Spanish, manner of Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) - Two limited edition etchings - Abstract female figures, 29cm x 38cm, indistinctly signed, No. 3 & 44 of 50 respectively, both framed £50-70
573.    Two black and white photographic prints of New York, each 22cm x 17cm, in ebonised frames and glazed £10-20
574.    After Henry Moore (1898-1986) - Colour print - Groups of three figures, 29cm x 20cm, in painted frame and glazed £10-20
575.    Cyril Henry Barraud (1877-1965) after Edward King - Coloured Etching - 'Blackfriars Bridge', 27cm x 37cm, published by the Museum Galleries, London, 1926, framed and glazed with label verso for the Museum Galleries
Good condition £40-60
576.    Marcel Janco (1895-1984) - Coloured lithograph - 'Jerusalem', 36cm x 59cm, signed and titled, in gilt frame and glazed and seven other works by Jewish artists including Yehuda Wallersteiner £250-300
576A.   Sherree Valentine-Daines (b. 1956) - Giclee print - 'Cherished Times 1', 68cm x 46cm, in gilt frame, various labels verso
£200-300
577.    R. Nott (20th Century) - Coloured lithograph - 'Strasbourg', 49cm x 56cm, signed in pencil to margin, No 1 of 10, framed
Slight paper damage £40-60
578.    Late 19th/early 20th Century, black and white print, Portrait of a Rabbi, 43cm x 34cm, monogram 'TW', in ebonised frame and glazed £15-20
579.    William Daniell (1769-1937), coloured engraving, 'Southwold, Suffolk', 20cm x 26cm, published July 1st 1822, in Hogarth frame £10-20
580.    Acon after Thomas H. Shepherd (1792-1964), coloured engraving, 'The Guild-Hall', 10cm x 16cm, in gilt frame and glazed £20-40
581.    Sir William Russell Flint (1880-1969), signed colour print, Church Interior, 41cm x 55cm, signed, in painted frame £80-120
582.    Early 20th Century Japanese - Woodblock print - Geisha girls in a doorway, 34cm x 22cm, in white frame and glazed
Good condition £30-50
583.    Early 20th Century Japanese - Print - Women making woodblock prints, 26cm x 53cm, framed and glazed £10-20
584.    Tsukioka Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) - Coloured ukiyo-e woodblock print - 'Taira no Tadanori and the Oil Priest', 35cm x 24cm, in bevelled wood frame
Slight damage to margins £120-160
585.    Three Japanese ukiyo-e coloured woodblock prints - River scenes and Geisha at night, each 37cm x 16cm, Meiji period, in ebonised frames
Good overall condition £300-400
586.    Two manuscript fragments, thought Elizabethan, 14cm x 33cm and 7cm x 29cm respectively, both framed and glazed
Good overall £45-60
586A.   Apollo 11 interest - A large framed display including signatures from Armstrong, Aldrin and Collins, 110cm x 154cm overall £3000-4000
587.    Sutton Nicholls (1668-1729) - Coloured engraving - 'A New Map of the Land of Canaan', 37cm x 49cm, in gilt frame and glazed
Good condition £60-80
588.    Johannes Jansson [Janssonius] (1588-1664) - Coloured engraving - Map of Essex, 38cm x 48cm, in Hogarth frame and glazed, with receipt pasted verso from John Gardner, Printseller and Book Dealer, Cambridge, 14th October 1948
Good overall condition £50-80
590.    Milne [A.A.] - 'Winnie The Pooh', 1st edition, published by Methuen & Co, London, 1926, green cloth binding
Wear to binding, internally good £100-150
591.    Picasso [Pablo] & Crommelynck [Aldo & Piero] - 'Picasso 347 - Engravings That Picasso Executed At Mougins from March 16th to October 5th, 1968', Volumes I & II, First Edition, Published by Random House, Inc, and Maecenas Press, 1970, with original case
Light bumping to corners and wear, good overall £80-120
592.    Two volumes - Moore [Andrew W.] - 'John Sell Cotman', published by Norfolk Museums Service, 1982 and 'John Sell Cotman: A Touring Exhibition', published by the Arts Council, 1982 (two paperback volumes) £10-20
593.    Kauffmann [C.M.] - 'John Varley', pubished by B.T. Batsford, London 1984, hardbound volume with dustwrapper
Dustwrapper torn £10-20
594.    Wark [Robert R.] - 'Drawings by Thomas Rowlandson in the Huntington Collection', published by the Huntington Library, California, 1975, hardbound volume with dustwrapper
Dustwrapper worn £10-20
600.    A Royal Worcester porcelain twin handled vase, decorated with cattle on a white ground, with cover for same, 33cm high, green printed mark with date code for 1903
Good overall, cover knop repaired £120-160
601.    A Royal Worcester porcelain cylindrical spill vase with flared rim and foot, decorated with Highland cattle by Harry Stinton, 10cm diameter x 19cm high, signed, green printed mark with date code for 1919, shape No. G923
Good condition
Note: A slightly taller but otherwise identical vase sold for £550 at Philip Serrell, 9th March 2017, lot 900 £300-400
602.    A Royal Worcester porcelain baluster shaped vase with flared rim and foot, decorated with Highland cattle by Harry Stinton, 10cm diameter x 19cm high, signed, purple printed mark with date code for 1918, shape No. 2471
Good condition
£150-200
603.    A Royal Worcester porcelain breakfast tea cup and saucer, decorated with fruit by Harry Ayrton, signed, purple printed marks with date codes for 1933
Some wear £60-80
604.    A Royal Worcester porcelain tea cup and saucer, decorated with fruit by Harry Ayrton, both signed, purple printed marks and date codes for 1928
Minor wear and crazing £50-70
605.    A Royal Worcester porcelain tea cup and saucer, both decorated with fruit, the cup by H Everett, the saucer by A.G. Moseley, both signed, purple printed marks and date codes for 1928
Minor wear and crazing
£50-70
606.    A Royal Worcester porcelain miniature baluster vase, decorated with fruit by Harry Ayrton, 10cm high, signed, black printed mark c. 1970 and shape No. G461
Slight restoration £30-50
607.    A Royal Worcester porcelain pot pourri vase and probably later cover of squat bulbous shape, decorated with fruit, 15cm high, purple printed mark, date code for 1928 and shape No. H291
Good overall condition £100-150
608.    A Royal Worcester porcelain twin handled vase, decorated with fruit by Edward Townsend, 21cm high, signed, purple printed marks, date code for 1937 and shape No. 2713
Lacking cover, good overall condition £120-160
609.    A Royal Worcester porcelain circular bowl, decorated with fruit by Chris Smith, 11cm diameter x 7cm high, signed, black printed marks c. 1970 and code W9535
Some wear to interior £60-80
610.    A pair of Royal Worcester porcelain yellow ground plates, decorated to centres with fruit by William Ricketts, 23.5cm diameter, signed, purple marks with date codes for 1913 and retailed by T. Goode & Co
Some wear
£65-80
611.    A Royal Worcester porcelain miniature ewer, painted with fruit and flowers by F. Parker within green borders, 15.5cm high, signed, blue printed mark with date code for 1905 and shape No. 1260
Hairline crack to handle and some wear £30-50
612.    A Royal Worcester porcelain spiralled globular vase, decorated with Hadley-style roses, 8cm diameter x 7cm high, green printed mark with date code for 1923 and shape No. G161
Good overall condition £50-70
613.    A Royal Worcester 'Blush Ivory' spill vase, decorated in colours and gilt with flowers and butterfly, 11cm high, green printed mark c. 1882
Good overall condition £50-70
614.    A Royal Worcester porcelain cabinet plate, decorated with flowers by William Hale, 21cm diameter, signed, purple printed mark with date code for 1931
Slight surface wear £40-60
615.    A pair of Royal Worcester porcelain pin dishes, printed with images of Blue Star Line steamships 'Agamemnon' and 'Orestes', each 9.7cm diameter, black printed marks c. 1966
Good condition £20-30
616.    A Royal Worcester porcelain tall comport, decorated with a Robin by Ernest Barker, 24cm diameter x 11.5cm high, signed, purple printed mark with date code for 1912, titled
Good overall condition £50-70
617.    A Royal Worcester porcelain low comport, decorated with a Blue Tit by Ernest Barker, 24cm diameter x 5cm high, signed, purple printed mark with date code for 1912, titled
Good overall condition
£40-60
618.    A Royal Worcester porcelain low comport, decorated with a Wren by Ernest Barker, 24cm diameter x 5cm high, signed, purple printed mark with date code for 1912, titled
Crazed to glaze, otherwise good overall

£30-50
619.    A Royal Worcester porcelain figure - 'Chaffinches', modelled by Eva Soper, 13cm high, No 3364, c. 1965
Good condition £20-30
620.    Three Royal Worcester porcelain bird figures - 'Goldfinch', 'Marsh Tit' and 'Sparrow', all modelled by Eva Soper, c. 1965-75
Good condition £30-40
621.    A Royal Worcester porcelain 'Down-and-Out' menu holder, 14cm high, impressed mark c. 1874
Slight wear, good overall £50-70
622.    A Royal Worcester blue and white porcelain candlestick of Corinithian design, 21cm high, impressed mark c. 1862
Repaired sconce £40-60
623.    A fine Royal Worcester porcelain twin handled vase and cover, decorated in colours and gilt with river landscapes, the front depicting a fortified tower to bank, within ornate borders of elaborate raised gilded decoration on a graduating blue to mauve ground, 35cm high, purple mark with date code for 1898 and shape No. 1481
Slight wear, good overall, lid possibly associated £200-300
624.    A Royal Worcester 'Blush Ivory' porcelain ewer, decorated in colours and gilt with floral sprays and butterfly, 19.5cm high, green printed mark c. 1870
Some wear especially to spout £50-70
625.    A Royal Worcester porcelain jug for Abram French & Co, Boston, decorated in colours and gilt with floral sprays and butterfly on a white ground, bamboo effect handle, 19cm high, purple printed mark c. 1891
Good overall condition £50-70
626.    A Royal Worcester porcelain pitcher, decorated in colours and gilt with floral sprays and butterflies on a white ground, bamboo effect handle, 26cm high, green printed mark with date code for 1884
Good overall condition
£60-80
627.    An extensive Royal Worcester Vitreous pottery dinner service, printed in blue and red and overgilded with floral ornament, with bird claw and elephant head handles, comprising 55 pieces including eight tureens and two large oval ashettes, puce printed marks, date codes for 1897, shape No. 5202 and retailers mark for Henry Greene & Sons, London Bridge
One handle repaired, one tureen lacking lid, some plates worn £300-400
628.    A Doulton Burslem stoneware 'Art Pottery' vase, in the Aesthetic manner, possibly inspired by Martin Brothers, 13cm high, shape B170
Some wear to gilding £30-50
629.    A Doulton stoneware Cauldron shaped vase, moulded with a band of white flowers on a brown ground, 16cm diameter x 13cm high
Good overall condition £30-50
630.    A pair of late 19th Century Staffordshire-type pottery figures of lions, 24cm high
Good overall, some wear £70-100
631.    A 19th Century William Ridgway & Co blue and white pottery ashette, printed with the 'Ancient Ruins' pattern, 48cm x 39cm, impressed and printed marks to reverse
Slight wear £60-80
631A.   A 19th Century dark brown irridescent glazed stoneware tyg, 18cm diameter x 18cm high
Slight fritting to rim £50-70
632.    An 18th Century German porcelain figure of a waiter, wearing cap and jacket, painted in colours with floral sprays, 8.5cm high, indistinct underglaze blue 'Rod of Aesclepius' mark
Right arm broken but present
£30-50
633.    A pair of mid 19th Century English porcelain vases with flared rims, painted with lovers in landscapes and gilded, each bearing literary quotations to bases, one from Shakespeare's The Tempest, the other from Byron's 'Childe Harold', eac 10.5cm x 13cm high
One repaired, both worn to decoration £60-80
634.    A Victorian pottery vase, with twin rams head handles, decorated with all over flowers and leaves and signed 'A. Walker', 62cm high, indistinct impressed mark to base
Good overall condition, very slight fritting to base and glaze crazing and minor hairline crack to rim £150-200
635.    A late 19th / early 20th Century Quimper pottery double salt cellar, modelled as a female figure, 18cm high
Unmarked, minor fritting £70-100
636.    Bernard Moss (b. 1923) - Black and blue decorated pottery advertising figure for Heal's fabrics, modelled as two figures with open arms, on curved base, worded 'Yes, Mr. Lacey - Heal's For Fabrics.', 10cm diameter x 11cm high, marked 'Moss, St Ewe' and dated '62 to base
Good condition £200-300
637.    Bernard Moss (b. 1923) - Black and blue decorated pottery advertising figure for Heal's fabrics, modelled as a woman on horseback, the horse designed to be rocking, worded 'Yes, Mr. Lacey - Heal's For Fabrics.',12cm high, marked 'Moss' and dated '61 to base
Chipped to underside of horse element
£200-300
638.    Bernard Moss (b. 1923) - Black, blue and red decorated pottery advertising figure for Heal's fabrics, modelled as a figure astride a cockerel, with twin rocking heads, worded 'Yes, Mr. Lacey - Heal's For Fabrics', 14cm high, marked 'Mevagissey Pottery' and dated '60 to base
Good condition
£300-400
639.    A late 19th / early 20th Century brown glazed terracotta vase of 16th/17th Century design, possibly Peruvian, moulded with double face mask and worded 'Amorsito Mio', 26cm high £70-100
640.    A Lladro porcelain vase, with applied floral moulding, 24.5cm high, No. 1115, issued 1971-1979
Good condition, an early discontinued model £100-150
641.    A pair of late 19th/early 20th Century Meissen porcelain figures on parrots on rustic stumps, 31cm and 28cm high respectively, underglaze blue mark to bases
With losses and repairs to one £300-500
642.    Attributed to Max Laeuger (1864-1952) - Baluster shaped pottery vase, decorated with trellis work on a brown ground, 11cm diameter x 18cm high, indistinct impressed mark to base
Good condition £100-150
643.    Attributed to Max Laeuger (1864-1952) - Bottle shaped pottery vase, decorated with snowdrops on a black and brown ground, 10cm diameter x 17cm high, 'copyright' impressed mark to base
Slight chipping
£100-150
644.    A Chinese Republic white porcelain figure of Chairman Mao, character marks to plinth, 98cm high
Good overall condition £100-200
645.    A celadon glazed Studio porcelain bowl by Derek Clarkson (1915-2017) of Art Deco design, the stepped moulded sides decorated with gold dots, 12cm diameter x 7cm high, impressed mark to footrim
Good overall condition £60-80
646.    A Zsolnay Pecs porcelain reticulated oil lamp of Islamic form, decorated in colours and gilt with scrolled foliage, 20cm high, printed and impressed marks with No. 1689
Some glaze crazing, otherwise good £150-200
647.    Two white glazed pottery cows by Steve Beverly Hills American Craft, 34cm and 21cm high respectively, the larger with bell
Larger with chipped ear, smaller crazed
Provenance: Both purchased (as part of a larger lot) at Sotheby's Elton John auction, 30th September 2003, lot 249, both retaining Sotheby's labels and sold with copy of catalogue £200-300
648.    A 20th Century Chinese white metal mounted and pale green Peking glass circular bowl, with pierced cover, 7.5cm diameter x 9cm high, impressed marks to base
Good overall condition £20-30
650.    An early/mid 20th Century African painted wood carved bowl, modelled as a kneeling figure with headress, 30cm high
Some paint loss £50-70
651.    A 20th Century Eastern lightwood carving of two figures, each with stained geometric designs/tatoos, 22cm high
Some shrinkage cracks £40-60
652.    An old carved and stained wood 'Ancestor' male figure, possibly from Timor, 52cm high
Cracked and with losses £40-60
653.    A pair of African carved and painted wood figures of tigers, 17cm high
Wear to backs, lacking eyes £30-50
654.    Two painted wood treen cylindrical jugs, with angular spouts, both approx 18cm diameter x 12cm high
Good overall condition £50-80
655.    A 19th Century brown leather belt, embossed with rectangular panel depicting apparent Aboriginal hunting scene, worded in gilt 'Clifton Races, May 29, 1833'
Though potentially to relate to Clifton, Queensland Australia, leather worn and cracked £60-80
656.    A Japanese carved ivory okimono of a seated tradesman, flanked by boxes, 4.5cm high, Meiji period
Slight chipping and cracking £30-40
657.    A Japanese ivory bangle, engraved and decorated with jaguars, 9.7cm diameter, probably Meiji period
Good overall condition £50-70
658.    A 19th Century vegetable ivory cylindrical needle case, 8cm long, containing a 19th Century needle
Good overall condition £20-30
659.    A pair of old Chinese pale green soapstone carvings, modelled as Dogs of Fo with cubs, each 17.5cm x 11.5cm
One cub damaged, overall light wear £30-50
670.    Two early 20th Century Benin cast and patinated metal ornaments, modelled as male and female figures, each 25cm long
With rusting and wear
Provenance: Found by the vendor in the garden of a building in Orange Street, Canterbury £120-160
671.    A 20th Century Teddy Bear (thought to be Steiff), with gold mohair, hump back, long arms and staw filled body, 38cm overall
Plush worn and ear repaired - by repute the ear once had a Steiff button £150-200
672.    An extremely rare Isle of Man 1975 50p note No. B009548, signed in blue ballpen by Barry Sheene and Mike Hailwood on front and reverse respectively, sold together with four TT pin badges and tea towel
Signatures clear, note creased
Provenance: Signatures obtained by the vendor during a visit to the Isle of Man in 1973
Note: World Champion motorcycle road racer Barry Sheene only raced the TT once in 1971 and indeed was publicly critical of how dangerous the course was. Mike Hailwood on the other hand is a TT legend. He first rode there in 1958, winning four replicas. He gave Honda their first TT wins in 1961 with a Lightweight double and won his last race in 1979, following his 1978 comeback after 11 years in retirement.
£120-160
673.    A Victorian boxwood and ebony Staunton pattern chess set, probably by Jaques and Son, several pieces stamped with red crown, King 9cm high, Pawn 4.5cm high, contained in period mahogany box
Both pairs of black knight ears chipped, chess set otherwise in good overall condition, box with scratched lid and split base £100-150
674.    A 19th Century circular ivory Royal Academy Antique School Student's Admission token, worded in black 'Royal Academy Antique School 1768 / William Hinton Campbell, Admitted 21st April 1840', 5.2cm diameter
Slight staining, good overall condition £60-80
675.    An 18th Century French gilt metal mounted moss agate needle case of Rococo design, the tapered case of serpentine outline, clasp set with a red stone, the lid worded to frieze 'L'Amour Vous Loffere', the base with hardstone matrix cut for sealing indistinctly worded 'De Meme Feu (?)', 9.5cm overall
Lacking an inner rim collar to base section and damage to enamelling to lid frieze £200-300
676.    An early/mid 19th Century tortoiseshell oval snuff box, the lid with silver pique and mother of pearl inlay depicting seated male figure in a pastoral landscape, 8cm x 6cm x 3cm high
Slight loss and inlay lifting £60-80
678.    An 18th Century French brass 'Butterfield' type pocket sundial and compass by Le Maire Fils, Paris, 7.2cm x 6.5cm x 3.2cm high (gnomon raised)
Good overall condition commensurate with age £150-200
679.    A Victorian Tunbridge Ware and rosewood writing box, the top inlaid with Castle view, possibly Leeds Castle, Kent, enclosing leather lined writing surface, 35.5cm x 27cm x 8cm high, together with original twin glass inkwells with Tunbridge Ware lids
Good overall condition, lock removed £250-350
680.    A polished Victorian cast iron stick stand, the back modelled with Herakles defeating the snake, 81.5cm high
Good overall condition £150-200
681.    A Victorian ebony walking cane, the engraved gilt metal top with later gilt metal overlay, 87cm long
Lacking ferrule £40-60
682.    A late Victorian Heliotype photographic card of Laxey Water-wheel, Isle of Man by A. Findlow Warwick, 10.6cm x 6.5cm
Slight wear, good overall £10-20
683.    An unusual late Victorian photographic card - Portrait of ' Peter Thomas, taken December 30th 1823, aged 64 years' 16.5cm x 10.7cm, worded to label verso: 'Copy from original Photo...an enlargement from the original by R. Crawshaw, 99 Richmond Street, Accrington, April 7th 1894'
Slight wear £20-30
684.    An album of Victorian portrait photographic cards, many by Harrison of Accrington, together with four loose larger cards
Mostly in fair overall condition, album in poor condition £100-150
685.    A pair of 19th Century green, gilt and black decorated octagonal wooden columns in the style of A.W.N. Pugin (1812-1852), bearing crowned 'SP' and crossed sword armorials, each 216cm tall, the capitals 20cm diameter
Some paint loss
Note: SP may refer to St Pancras Station or possibly St. Pauls whose armorial is crossed swords £800-1200
686.    An early 20th Century Louis Vuitton trunk, No. 61212, 61cm x 51cm x 52cm high, with internal label for Aux Etats Unis, 229 Rue St Honore, Paris, monogrammed externally with initials 'H.M.'
Slightly worn to exterior, lacking internal tray £3000-4000
687.    15th Century carved stone figure of a knight, 135cm high, with associated stone plinth
Lacking head and with repair
Note: Thought to have originally hung from a church exterior, with hook to reverse £2500-3500
688.    A Byzantine carved white marble capital of overlapping leaf form, circa 5-7AD, 44cm x 45cm x 35cm high
With slight historic losses
Provenance: By repute, purchased in the 1970's by the vendor's father whilst travelling in the Middle East £4000-6000
689.    A 19th Century Brougham carriage by Eugene Picard of Paris, with low slung body and eliptical springs, painted in black and green livery and with green upholstery and bevelled glass windows, together with arms to front, approx 500cm long x 193cm wide x 160cm high, stamped to wheel hubs 'Eug. Girard No. 684'
Slight painting cracking and loss
Provenance: Sold by the owners of Brougham Hall, Brougham, Penrith as part of refurbishment works
Note: The Brougham carriage invented by Henry Peter Brougham (1778-1868), 1st Baron Brougham and Lord Chancellor to William IV, as a light and compact alternative to a traditional coach and horses, whilst on business in London. The original 1838 Brougham carriage, produced on 15th May 1838 by Robinson & Cook now housed at the Science Museum, South Kensington, London. The present lot has been in situ at Brougham Hall for many years as an example of the Brougham Carriage for tourists and was restored by Rodney Ousbey of Stratford upon Avon, Warwickshire £1800-2500
690.    An 18th/19th Century Persian tinned copper plate of Safavid style, 23.5cm diameter x 3cm high
With wear £60-80
691.    An early 20th Century copper dish, thought to be Irish, embossed with Honesty flowers, 16cm x 11.5cm
Slight wear £30-50
692.    An 18th Century Graham & Wardrop pewter 'American Independence' plate, with plain wide rim, 38cm diameter x 4cm high, impressed marks 'Wardrop' and square mark with ship worded 'Success to the United States of America'
Surface wear commensurate with age
£100-150
693.    A 19th Century brown patinated bronze figure of an anguished young drummer, one drumstick stuck in the drum, 8cm high
Good overall condition £60-80
694.    A Victorian brass table oil lamp, of Corinthian design, with cut glass reservoir, 51cm high, with orange tinted etched and crizelled glass shade and chimney for same
Good overall £150-200
695.    A Victorian brass and copper table oil lamp of Arts and Crafts design, embossed with geometric panels and with yellow tinted cut glass reservoir, 44cm high, with etched glass spherical shade and chimney for same
Slight damage to copper, otherwise good condition £200-300
696.    A Chinese palm and coconut fibre raincoat, comprising apron skirt, cape and hat, Qing dynasty, circa 1900
Good overall condition £250-300
697.    An 19th Century Japanese Katana with signed tang (4 character), with leather covered black laquered scabbard, Tang Length-19cm / Blade Length-68.5cm / Overall 100cm £400-600
698.    A Group of WW2 and other medals including 6 WW2 Victory Medals, 3 WW2 Defence Medals, 1939-45 Star and Mounted WW2 Group, together with a small quantity of medal bars and 4 Masonic medals £40-60
699.    A Group of assorted Military Badges and buttons etc including an RFC Badge £40-60
700.    A WW1 bring back Needlework "From Dad Old Bold A Merry X'mas to Kate 1917" £20-40
701.    A WW2 Era leather sheepskin lined flying helmet, possibly Luftwaffe air crew, together with cased set of amber lensed flying glasses £30-50
702.    A WWII German ebonised metal helmet, bearing 'Nazi' decals, 29cm x 23cm x 16cm high, some wear £100-150
703.    A Fairburn Commando knife (a.f.) and a spike bayonet £60-80
704.    A late 19th/early 20th Century muzzle loading percussion cap sporting gun, 154cm overall (lock incomplete), with ramrod £100-150
705.    A 19th Century muzzle loading flintlock sporting gun, the stock inset with VOC East India Company circular label, 153cm long, with ramrod £250-350
708.    Six bottles of Lis Neris Gris Friuli Isonzo Pinot Grigio 2014 £75-100
709.    Four bottles of Kumeu River Hunting Hill Chardonnay 2011 £60-80
710.    Two bottles of Domaine Sylvain Pataille 'Clos du Roy' Marsannay 2009 £40-60
711.    Three bottles of Francois Villard Saint Joseph Mairlant 2010 £60-80
712.    One bottle of Louis Jadot Chateau de Jacques La Rochelle Moulin-A-Vent 2011 £15-20
713.    Four bottles of Francois Villard Condrieu de Poncins Rhone 2010 £80-120
714.    Five bottles of Marcarini 'La Serra' Barolo 2012 £110-150
715.    Six bottles of Domaine Michel Lafarge Beaune Les Aigrots 2008 £240-280
716.    One bottle of Stephane Robert Domaine du Tunnel Saint-Peray Roussanne Rhone 2010
£20-40
717.    One bottle of Domaine Niero Cuvee de Chery Condrieu Rhone 2010 £20-30
718.    Six bottles of Domaine Georges Vernay 'Les Terrasses de l'Empire' Condrieu Rhone 2010 (some label damage) £240-280
719.    Four bottles of Domaine Georges Vernay 'Saint-Agathe' Cotes du Rhone 2010 £50-70
720.    One bottle of Domaine Georges Vernay 'Saint-Agathe' Cotes du Rhone 2009
£15-20
721.    Four bottles of Domaine Lejeune 'Les Grands Charrons' Meursault 2010 £80-120
722.    Eight bottles of Chateau Monconseil Gazin Blaye 2005 £80-120
723.    Two bottles of Chateau Phelan Segur Saint-Estephe 1996 £80-120
724.    Two bottles of Chateau Mongravey Margaux 2005 £80-120
725.    Two bottles of Chateau La Croix Canon Canon-Fronsac 1998 £50-70
726.    One bottle of Chateau Leoville Barton Saint-Julien 1999 £45-60
727.    One bottle of Chateau Leoville Barton Saint-Julien 1988
£55-70
728.    One bottle of Domaine Chevillon Nuits-Saint-Georges 'Les Cailles' 2003 £40-60
729.    One bottle of Chateau Branaire (Duluc-Ducru) St. Julien Beychevelle 1990 £20-40
730.    One bottle of Chateau Canon Chaigneau Lalande-de-Pomerol 2000 £20-40
731.    One bottle of Domaine Michel Lafarge Beaune Les Aigrots 2008 £35-50
732.    One bottle of Chateau L'Evangile Pomerol 1997 £55-70
733.    One bottle of Chateau La Conseillante Pomerol 1997 £45-60
734.    One bottle of Chateau Puygueraud Bordeaux Cotes de Francs 2000 £15-20
735.    One bottle of Chateau Berliquet Saint-Emilion Grand Cru 1998 £25-35
736.    One bottle of Chateau Beau-Sejour Becot Saint-Emilion Grand Cru 1988 £40-60
737.    One bottle of Chateau Lagrange 'Les Fiefs de Lagrange' Saint-Julien 2000 £25-35
738.    One bottle of Ronan by Clinet Bordeaux 2009 £15-20
739.    One bottle of Chateau Lanessan Haut-Medoc 1999 (label damage) £10-15
740.    One bottle of Domaine Garon Cote-Rotie 'les Rochins' 2005 £30-40
741.    One bottle of Domaine Arnoux-Lachaux 'Les Chaumes' Vosne-Romanee 2008 £55-70
742.    One bottle of Chateau Chasse-Spleen Moulis en Medoc 1995 £30-40
743.    One bottle of Chateau Magdelaine Saint-Emilion Grand Cru 1998 £70-100
744.    One bottle of Chateau Bernadotte Haut-Medoc 2003 £20-30
745.    One 70cl bottle of Domaine Barons de Rothschild Lafite 'Tres Vielle Reserve' Cognac, contained in wooden presentation case with card delivery outer slip £300-400
746.    Two bottles of Cave de Tain Hermitage 2003 £40-60
747.    One bottle of Chateau Latour Bordeaux 1980 £100-150
748.    One bottle of Chateau Latour Bordeaux 1980
Slight damage to label and collar sleeve
£90-120
749.    One bottle of Chateau Puy Mouton Saint-Emilion Grand Cru 2006 £15-20
750.    One bottle of Thomas Hardy Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon 1992 £20-40
751.    One bottle of Thomas Hardy Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon 1993
£20-40
752.    One bottle of Wolf Blass Presidents Selection Cabernet Sauvignon 1991 £20-40
753.    One bottle of Vina Alberdi Rioja 1989 and five other bottles of wine £20-40
754.    Three bottles of vintage French white wine - Chaplins Pouilly Fuisse 1959, Domaine Teissedre Macon-Villages 1998 and Chateau de Valmer Vouvray 1986
All with slight loss and some label damage/staining £30-40
755.    Two bottles of Krondorf Cabernet Sauvignon 2002 and four other bottles of wine £20-40
756.    Four bottles of Jim Barry 'The McRae Wood' Shiraz 2001 £80-120
757.    Six bottles of Jim Barry 'The McRae Wood' Shiraz 2001 £120-160
758.    Five bottles of Jim Barry 'The McRae Wood' Shiraz 2001 £100-150
759.    Six bottles of St Hallett 'Ebenezer & Seppeltsfield' Shiraz 2006 £60-80
760.    Six bottles of St Hallett 'Ebenezer & Seppeltsfield' Shiraz 2007 £120-160
761.    Six bottles of St Hallett 'Ebenezer & Seppeltsfield' Shiraz 2006 £60-80
762.    Six bottles of Saint Clair 'Doctor's Creek Reserve' Pinot Noir 2003 £90-120
763.    Six bottles of Saint Clair 'Doctor's Creek Reserve' Pinot Noir 2003 £90-120
764.    Four bottles of Torreon de Paredes 'Don Amado' Chilean blended red wine, 1998 vintage (each bottle in its own presentation box) £70-100
765.    Six bottles of Yalumba 'The Signature' Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz 2000 £180-220
766.    Six bottles of Neil Ellis Stellenbosch Cabernet Sauvignon & Merlot 2000 £120-160
767.    Six bottles of Hardys 'Thomas Hardy' Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon 1993 £120-160
768.    Six bottles of Torreon de Paredes 'Don Amado' Chilean blended red wine, 1998 vintage (each bottle in its own presentation box) £100-150
769.    Six bottles of De Bortoli Yarra Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2000 £70-100
770.    Six bottles of Neil Ellis Stellenbosch Cabernet Sauvignon & Merlot 2000 £120-160
771.    One bottle of Marques de la Concordia Vina Alarde Crianza Rioja 2013 and one bottle Adria Vini Pinot Grigio 2015, both contained in modern suitcase style gift box with wine label design decoration £15-25
772.    One bottle of Fred Varone & Fils 'Vin du Valais' Johannisberg de Sion (not dated but thought 1950's) and one bottle of Martinez Marquis Sherry bottled by J.J. Walsh Liverpool
Both with loss, the wine with significant loss £30-40
773.    A case of six bottles of Chateau Jussas Blaye-Cotes de Bordeaux 2014 £35-50
774.    A case of six bottles of Chateau Jussas Blaye-Cotes de Bordeaux 2014
£35-50
775.    A bottle of Jacob's Creek Orlando Dry Red 1990 and a bottle of Valpolicella Ripasso 2014 £40-60
776.    One bottle of Dourthe Chateau Pey La Tour Bordeaux Superieur 2009 and a selection of mixed wines and spirits (one box) £20-40
777.    One magnum bottle of Harrods Champagne Brut 'Blanc de Blancs', bottled by Chateau des Castaines Monmount
Slight label damage £40-60
778.    An old half bottle of Charles Heidseick champagne, non-vintage (thought 1960's, seal and wire intact) £10-20
779.    Three bottles Porto Quevedo Ruby Port £20-30
780.    One bottle Fonseca Bin No. 27 Fine Reserve Port £20-30
781.    One bottle Grahams 10yr Tawny Port and one bottle Montaria Porto Tawny Port £20-30
782.    Two bottles Taylors LBV Port - 1998 & 2009 £20-30
783.    Two bottles of port - 1972 Taylor's Tawny and undated Croft Distinction
Seals intact £40-60
784.    Four bottles of Carlisle & District State Management Scheme beer - 'Export', 'Light Ale' and two bottles of 'Nut Brown' £10-20
785.    Two bottles Rambla 41 Gin £20-30
786.    One bottle Edinburgh Gin Raspberry Liquer and two other bottles £10-20
787.    Two bottles of Remy Martin Fine Champagne Cognac £30-50
788.    Two bottles of Remy Martin VSOP Champagne Cognac £30-50
789.    Two bottles of Remy Martin VSOP Champagne Cognac £30-50
790.    Two bottles of Remy Martin VSOP Champagne Cognac £30-50
791.    Two bottles of Remy Martin VSOP Champagne Cognac £30-50
792.    Three bottles of Remy Martin VSOP Champagne Cognac £40-60
793.    A bottle of The Balvenie Single Barrel Malt Scotch Whisky, aged 15 years (at bottling), in cask date 28.9.82, bottled 23.5.02, cask no. 4893, bottle no. 282 £50-70
794.    A bottle of The Balvenie Founder's Reserve Single Malt Scotch Whisky, aged 10 years (at bottling - with gift tin) £50-70
795.    A bottle of Chivas Royal Salute 21 years aged blended Scotch whisky No. S450268, contained in Spode 'Emerald' pottery flagon, with velvet opera bag and box £30-50
796.    One bottle of Buchanan's 'Black & White' blended Whisky, circa 1950/60
Seal intact, slight label loss £40-60
797.    An old bottle of Prima Echte Batavia Arak
Seal and capsule intact, label cellotaped £20-40
798.    A silver plated circular Taste du Vin, 8cm diameter
Good overall £20-30
799.    A 19th Century press moulded clear glass tankard - 'High Level Bridge Newcastle' and one other 19th Century moulded glass tankard
Latter with minor chipping to foot £40-60
800.    A 19th Century clear glass tankard, 13cm high, a 19th Century moulded glass goblet with dimpled sides, 14cm high and twelve early to mid 19th Century glasses £40-60
801.    Nine sealed packs of La Paz Wilde Primeros cigarillos, each containing ten cigarillos £50-70
802.    A sealed box of 50 Justus van Maurik Wilde cigarillos and a further two packs, each containing 10 cigarillos £30-50
803.    Five sealed boxes of Jacob van Meer senoritas, each containing 25 senoritas £25-35
804.    An opened box of 43 King Edward cigars £20-40
805.    A Montecristo Petit Tubos cigar and two Punch Coronation cigars, all cased in metal tubes £50-70
806.    A Canary Islands souvenir oversize cigar, in wood case, a copy of Bati [Andrew] - The Cigar Companion, an opened box of 9 Verellen Gold cigarillos and a quantity of matchbooks and cigar cutters £10-20
808.    A 19th Century French gilt metal mounted red tortoiseshell mantle clock of Rococo form, by S. Marti et Cie, with porcelain numerals to the movement striking on a gong, 36cm high, with key and pendulum
Minor cracking to tortoiseshell, overall original condition, some mounts loose £300-400
809.    An 18th Century oak longcase clock by J. Lawson of Bradford, the 31cm brass dial with pierced spandrels, silvered chapter ring, engraved centre with calendar aperture and moonphase dial, to the eight day two train movement now striking on a gong (gong fixed to backboard), contained in case with mahogany banding, fluted pillars to hood, shaped trunk door and fluted quartered columns, 203cm high, sold with winding handle
In a restored, fully running condition
Note: John Lawson recorded working in Keighley, Bradford & Bingley c.1740-1789, including some complicated moon dial movements £700-900
810.    A William IV mahogany Bergere library armchair, with curved and caned back and seat, leaf capped scrolled arm terminals, on reeded front legs, the seat and back upholstered in rose dralon
Canework damaged £100-150
811.    A George III mahogany open armchair of generous proportion, with slight arched back, shaped and moulded arms, on square moulded legs and castors
With repairs £150-200
812.    A 19th Century American oak rocking chair by Hunzinger, of spiralled design, with square back, the seat upholstered in tapestry, on trestle base with Duplex spring, 103cm high
In need of re-upholstery £400-600
813.    A Child's ebonised ash and beech rocking chair in the manner of Ernest Gimson for Robert Weir Schulz with bobbin turned uprights and wings, turned finials and rush seat, 90cm high £40-60
814.    A brown stained ash and beech rocking chair in the manner of Ernest Gimson for Robert Weir Schulz with bobbin turned uprights, turned finials and rush seat, 105cm high
Turned 'wings' removed and seat in need of re-upholstery
£40-60
815.    A Victorian oak side table, the top deeply carved in the Mannerist style with scrolled ornament, the frieze and legs with geometric designs, 106cm x 38cm x 76.5cm high
Some staining and wear £100-150
816.    A Robert 'Mouseman' Thompson light oak magazine rack, with carved 'signature' to upper rail, 43cm x 21cm x 46.5cm high
Good overall condition £250-350
817.    An oak and sycamore Hi-Fi cabinet by Kevin Ley, 111cm x 51cm x 147cm high, sold together with a signed copy of his book 'Furniture Workshop'
Good condition £400-500
818.    A Regency burr yewwood work table, fitted drawer, curved fabric covered work box, on quadruple supports, 83cm x 41cm x 72cm high, with key £300-400
819.    A 19th Century oak 122cm four poster bed, with turned uprights, on white ceramic castors
Good overall and complete £200-300
820.    A 1920's figured walnut 169cm double bedstead of Queen Anne design, with tall arched headboard, the foot with cabriole supports
Some fading and wear but good overall and complete £120-160
821.    A 17th Century panelled oak court cupboard, with carved floral and arcaded ornament, enclosed by two pairs of doors and fitted two drawers, 140cm x 48cm x 184cm high
Slight moulding loss and possibly slightly adapted £500-700
822.    A 1920's panelled oak wardrobe of 'Jacobethan' design, the doors each with octagonal panels inlaid in various woods with vase and floral motifs, fitted hanging rail, on bun feet, 128cm wide x 48cm deep x 180cm high
Split to one door panel, retains key £150-200
823.    An 18th Century Cumberland panelled oak dresser base, with low back, on square legs, 196cm wide x 55cm deep x 119cm high
Both doors cracked and with slight moulding damage £500-700
824.    An early 19th Century oak sideboard with angled sides, fitted three drawers and cupboards under, on splayed feet, 124cm x 60cm x 84cm high
With moulding loss and wear £200-300
825.    A 17th Century panelled oak court cupboard, with geometric carved frieze, enclosed by three pairs of doors, on stile feet, 170cm x 54cm x 143cm high
Good overall condition commensurate with age £600-800
827.    An Art Nouveau walnut and burr elm buffet designed by Edouard Diot, with gilded and floral embossed metal panels and brass handles, 142cm x 55cm x 215cm high
Good restored condition
Note: A similar example sold Christies, South Kensington, London, 11th June 2014, lot 460, inclusive price£4,000 £2500-3000
830.    A 1954 BSA C11G motorcycle, red, Registration GTY 385, 35k miles, with V5C document £1850-2250
831.    A 1953 Ariel 350cc Model NH motorcycle, maroon and black, Frame No. SD 2518, 775 miles, sold together with an extract copy from the Ariel Works Ltd despatch record books, along with copies of owner manual and workshop manual and previous owner correspondence
Note: An Age Related registration document is required for this motorcycle £3000-3500
832.    A 1979 MGB 1.8cc convertible, yellow, Reg. No. WCN 516T, odometer reads 9k miles, V5C present £5000-7000
833.    A 2000 Mercedes-Benz CLK 230K 2.3cc convertible, blue, Reg. No. W701 MVV, MOT expires 28/03/2018, 133k miles, V5C present £1500-1800
834.    A 2004 Audi TT 1.8cc, black, Reg. No. AV54 FHC, MOT expires 15/12/17, 85k miles, V5C presnet, owners manual and some service history present £1500-2000