Antique & Art Auction. 21st June 2011

Antique & Art Auction 21st June 2011 Recent Auction Highlights 3.01ct diamond ring. Achieved $30,000 German Karl Bub Nuremberg tinplate clockwork ...
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Antique & Art Auction 21st June 2011

Recent Auction Highlights

3.01ct diamond ring. Achieved $30,000

German Karl Bub Nuremberg tinplate clockwork limousine. Achieved $600

A fine early 19thC mahogany mantel clock. Achieved $2,050

Late 19thc P Hutson & Co.(New Zealand) sculptured pottery large maori wahine figure. Achieved $16,000

Elsie Reeve New Zealand silver pendant. Achieved $8,750

The Empire Stamp Album collection. Achieved $3,000

Len Castle “Volcanic & Geothermal” series shallow bowl. Achieved $2,800

Clarice Cliff Applique Avignon patterned plate. Achieved $1,950

Carved ivory study of a rhinoceros. Achieved $1,850

A 19thC bronzed spelter mystery clock as the goddess Dianas. Achieved $5,300 Chinese silver bachelor’s teaset. Achieved $2,500 Maori pre-European stone adze head (toki). Achieved $1,400

Peter McIntyre, “Otago Coastline”. Achieved $10,000

19thC Japanese cloisonne wall plate. Achieved $2,200

Taxidermied large kudu head. Achieved $2,100 A Royal Doulton rack plate, “It’s a long way to Tipperary, it’s a long way to Go”. Achieved $900 Chinese vase. Achieved $4,500 An antique 18ct. diamond ring. Achieved $10,500

Invest in the future

William IV period silver tea and coffee service. Achieved $4,750

A fully mounted taxidermied African lion. Achieved $9,000

A Japanese wakazashi . Achieved $21,000

A late 19thC decorative whalebone walking cane. Achieved $3.800

Victorian copper moulds. Achieved $390, $270 & $5000

recycle the past.

Set of Reuben Watts Arts & Crafts New Zealand silver and enamel teaspoons. Achieved $5,250

19thC Fijian tabua. Achieved $2,100

Louis Vuitton suitcase, Louis Victorian period Vuitton flat trunk and a large Louis malacca cane parasol. Vuitton travel trunk. Achieved $2,400 Achieved $2100, $5750 & $7000

Antique & Art Catalogue Includes copper and brass pots, brass balance scales, sextants, barometer, knife sharpener, mini mangle, small Victorian printing press, taxidermied animals, vintage fur coats, musical instruments, reference books, Daum bowl, a fine selection of Maori artefacts – tiki, adzes, pounders, taiaha, tewhatewha, walking sticks, wakahuia, tribal and Pacific Island artefacts, Aboriginal items, old New Zealand photos and pottery including Len Castle Crum Works, Smisek, Ian Firth hippo, a new section devoted to militaria with swords, sabres, cutlasses, bayonets, colonial uniforms, hats and helmets, medals, Boer War rifle plus other rifles and shotguns, Chinese blue and white famille rose, famille verte, plus more Chinese ceramics, jade, cinnabar, lacquer, Japanese ceramics, Royal Crown Derby paperweights, Lladro figurines, Moorcroft, a rare piece of Clarice Cliff, Royal Worcester, Martin Brothers face jug, de Morgan tile, Edwardian pendants, gold chains, diamond, ruby, sapphire rings, Victorian and Edwardian bangles, mourning brooches, half sovereigns, gold bearing quartz and greenstone jewellery, Teutenberg medal, a rare New Zealand made silver and paua brooch by T.R. Gordon, clocks and watches, sets of Art Nouveau silver buttons, George III silver buckles, 1768 silver samovar, a rare pair of Paul Storr entree dishes, Asprey cutlery service, Victorian silver banqueting tray, Persian, Afghan, Baluchi rugs, Colonial kauri furniture, bookcases, chests of drawers, dining tables, sideboards, mule chests, chairs, couches, Japanese and Chinese furniture, longcase clocks, paintings including marine paintings, Kirkwood, Perrett, Louise Henderson, Peter McIntyre, Brownie Downing original watercolour, selection of vintage photos by Winkelmann and Whites Aviation. Sale must be viewed.

Tuesday 21s t June 2011 at 9.30am

Miscellaneous Glass NZ Historical, Pottery & Tribal Militaria Oriental China & Porcelain

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101 - 203 204 - 281 282 - 373 374 - 438

Tuesday 21s t June 2011 at 5.00pm

Jewellery Miniatures Clocks & Watches Silver Rugs Furniture Paintings & Prints

450 - 553 554 - 555 556 - 566 567 - 614 615 - 640 641 - 702 703 - 766

The Sale may be viewed at the following times:

Friday 17th June Sunday 19th June Monday 20th June

9.00am - 5.00pm 11.00am - 3.00pm 9.00am - 5.00pm

CATALOGUES $12 A 12.5% percent buyers premium applies to this sale plus G.S.T. on premium = all up 14.375% FRONT COVER: Lots 231, 251, 163, 421

JOHN CORDY LIMITED

Fine Art Auctioneers and Appraisers 180 Great South Road, Remuera, Auckland 1051, New Zealand P.O. Box 74071 Market Road Phone (09)523-1049 Fax (09)520-7186 Email [email protected] Website www.cordys.co.nz 1

The Catalogue

Measurements throughout are given in millimetres. The figures given along side each lot are guide prices only.

TUESDAY 21st JUNE 2011 1ST SESSION at 9.30am MISCELLANEOUS

1 An old model brass and steel cannon, the tapered brass barrel with three rings to the neck, the decorative Romanesk frame supported on two wheels. Length overall 445. $220 2 A 19thC brass saucepan with a riveted steel handle. $110 3 A Turkish copper cooking pot, with brass lugs and wrought iron swing handles. Old repairs and faults. Diameter 235. $120 4 An old Turkish copper cooking pot with tinned interior and a copper swing handle. Diameter 265. $125 5 A Turkish copper water jug, of swollen ovoid shape with loop handle. All over hammer finish. Height 300. $140 6 Two brass jam pans, with copper riveted steel fixed loop handles. Diameter largest 385. $180 7 An old Turkish copper cooking pot, all over hammer finish, with everted rim. Diameter 315. $125 8 A Salter’s Quadrant Balance, to weigh 200lbs. Along with a small German brass pocket balance. Height 355. $140 9 Three brass spring balances by Salters, to weigh 40lbs., Excelsior, U.S.A. to weigh 50lbs. along with a small Salter No. 3. Largest height 390. $120 10 An open frame sack balance with an engraved brass scale, along with a cantilever steel beam balance. $120 11 A Salter’s 50lb. spring balance. Along with a German made brass pocket spring balance. The largest height 540. $130 12 A brass Landers improved circular spring balance, to weigh 60lbs. along with a small German brass pocket balance. Height 430. $150 13 A Salter’s no. 60 spring balance, ‘To be used for weighing milk only’ along with a small German brass pocket balance. Height 345. $150 14 A large old ship’s wheel of eight turned spokes, heavy screwed and bolted plates to centre and outer ring, old paint and varnish finish. Diameter 1120. $350 15 A “Husun” micrometer sextant by Henry Hughes, London, 1941. Complete with accessories in a mahogany case with original certificate, japanned finish with a brass arc, silvered scale and brass lenses. $900

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16 A 20thC cased sextant by the ‘Hezzanith Instrument Co.’, London, No. 68347. Japanned finish with a brass scale. $700 17 A Stuart-type single cylinder steam engine, the cylinder raised on an A-frame cast support turning a directly driven 3” wheel. Height 240. $680 18 A Georgian period mahogany Sheraton banjo barometer, the thermometer and barometer dials silvered, engraved John Padbury Cirencester shell and floral inlays and with satinwood stringing. Old labels to reverse. Length 970. See page 5. $1750 19 A quality Victorian period knife sharpener, the oak circular disc form case with various fittings, original gilt decorative maker’s name plate ‘Kent’. Height 500, width 490. $300 20 A Victorian period mini mangle for ironing collars and smalls, mounted on a wooden board. Height 270, width 460, depth 150. See page 5. $320 21 A Victorian period miniature printing press, mounted on board. Height 150, See page 5. $550 22 An old wall mounted ‘Flipper Ball’ ball game, the ball activated from the front handle, original glass panel, coin operated. Some distress to veneer on outer case. 445 x 130 x 625. $500 23 A vintage coin operated wall game ‘Tank Buster’, the front glass broken, the remaining parts with printed detail, a.f. 555 x 140 x 755. $150 24 A pair of 19thC brass candlesticks, the baluster columns raised from hexagonal lozenge shaped bases. Height 250. $90 25 A vintage candlestick telephone with an old plaited cord. Height 340. $250 26 A vintage brass fly reel. See page 5. $150 27 Two vintage wooden fishing reels, both for freshwater. See page 5. $250 28 An early 20thC Ensign (British) ‘Klito’ large box camera with knob operated front bellows, gilt metal fittings to the leatherette case, complete with various plates. $260 29 An old model horse-drawn carriage, the main compartment with front to front seating enclosed by hinged covers, iron and wood wheels. $200 30 A large taxidermied deer’s head, mounted on shield shaped board, ten pointer. $300 31 A taxidermied deer’s head, mounted on shield shaped board, 12 pointer. See page 5. $200

32 A small ocelot fur rug, with head on felt and linen backing, some distress. Length to end of tail 1040, width 520. $500 33 A taxidermied head of a snarling fox mounted on a wooden shield. See page 5. $200 34 Two taxidermied birds, both mounted on wooden bases, one a quail, the other a small seabird with brown plumage and webbed feet. $150 35 A taxidermied wild boar’s head, black colouring, traditional tusks, open mouth, mounted to stained panelled back board with applied brass letters ‘The Great Boar Hunt’. Height of board 900, depth of mount 500. $250 36 A large impressive taxidermied Hereford bull’s head, ivory and rust/brown colourings, typical curved horns, the mount from the front shoulder protruding with slightly turned head. Depth from shoulder to nose 1110. $850 37 A small 19thC Continental gilt bronze figure of a standing boy with one hand held up to open mouth on a triangular orange marble dished base. Height 150. Signed. $250 38 Two old French coopered barrels, beech panels with plain binding, woven seagrass handles. 400 x 550. $160 39 An American ‘Buescher, True-Tone’ silver plated brass trumpet. In original case with two mouthpieces. $120 40 A ‘Classic Super Amati Kraslice’ straight soprano saxophone, brass and silver plate. In original case. $150 41 A Hohner small piano accordion, gilded decoration on black ground. $220 42 A cased late 19thC violin, two piece back, ebony tail piece with inlaid mother-of-pearl floral design, ebony fingering board and pegs, carved scroll. In original case with accompanying bow. $150 43 A 1930’s Italian Art Deco Settimio Soprani piano accordion. In original hard plastic travelling case. $150 44 An Italian Soprani Settimio Art Deco piano accordion. The case decorated with rhinestones, the keys of marbleized plastic, in original travelling case. $200 45 An American ‘Wurlitzer’ Art Deco piano accordion. The hard plastic case inset with rhinestones, the keys of pearlised plastic. $250 46 An Italian ‘Scandalli’ butterfly-Model piano accordion. Hard plastic case, ivorine keys. In original travelling case. $150 47 A circular ivory tusk section box, with

a screw-on lid engraved with monogram. Diameter 85. $110 48 An old sperm whale’s tooth with evidence of working at the tip and with remnants of a turmeric stain indicating use as a tabua. Length 155. See page 8. $250 49 A ship in a bottle, on wooden base. $80 50 A pair of ivory opera glasses along with a pair of bone glove stretchers. $110 51 A Victorian period mother-of-pearl card case, the exterior decorated with engraved floral patterns. 105 x 75. See page 5. $100 52 A Victorian period mother-of-pearl card case, the front decorated with flowers and a silver panel with monogrammed initials. 110 x 75. See page 5. $100 53 A Victorian period boot scraper, a seated sphinx to either side, black, white and gilt paint finish. Height 180, depth 240. $220 54 A pair of black leather riding boots with wooden boot trees, brass pool rings to trees. Height 490. See page 5. $350 55 A full length ranch mink coat, deep chocolate brown, shawl collar, fully lined and in excellent condition. $450 56 A silver tipped fox fur jacket, with a light chevron style pattern, shawl collar, lined and in excellent condition. See page 5. $400 57 A full length fur coat of shaved brown rabbit, lined and in excellent condition. $200 58 A Canadian Muskwash fur jacket, lined and in excellent condition. $200 59 Two vintage aluminium hat moulds of plain oval domed form, one marked ‘Boon & Lane, 7 Taylor Street, Luton....’ $100 60 An old wooden hat block, plain design. $120 60A A vintage wooden wig stand. Height 670. $120 61 Two mink hats, one black, the other chocolate brown with a leather trim to crown. $150 62 An Astrakhan and velvet muff, with handle and zip opening to become a small handbag, together with an Astrakhan hat. $100 63 Two mink hats, one grey, the other a light brown. $120 64 An ocelot fur hat with leather embellishment to crown and slight peaked hat brim to front. $120 65 A silver fox fur jacket, shawl collar, the silver lining in excellent condition. See page 5. $450 66 A short bolero jacket of white rabbit

fur, the cream satin lining in excellent condition with an interior pocket. See page 5. $200 67 An Astrakhan coat with a brown mink collar, black lining, in excellent condition. $300 68 A mink fur jacket, chocolate brown, the black and gold pin stripe lining, in excellent condition. $450 69 An ocelot fur jacket, the caramel silk lining in excellent condition with an interior pocket. $500 70 Six ‘Arts in New Zealand’ Year Books 1945, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949 and 1950 together with five vols. ‘The arts in New Zealand ‘ - 1940’s. $200 71 Lace by Sylvia Lewis, a book presenting a series of photographs to assist in the identification and study of old lace. $100 72 A paper and wood fan from the R.M.S. Lusitania which was sunk by the Germans in 1915. $80 73 A set of six finely painted Indian miniatures on ivory, two depicting a prince and princess giving a wedding toast, two depicting an interior scene with an amorous couple and two of a woman with a sitar and animals under a tree. Various sizes from 160 x 90 to 75 x 110. All displayed in one frame. See page 5. $950 74 A collection of G.E. Studdy prints of Bonzo and other cartoon dogs, some tearing and water damage to some of the prints. $120 75 A unique hand made book ‘An Epic Of The Sea’, ‘Well Done Calliope!’ by Lee Fore Brace, dated December 28th 1935, the gilt impressed lettered covers enclosing hand typed pages, two original watercolours and five vintage photographs, the book detailing the events at Apia, Samoa, from March 12th to 17th 1889 when a hurricane destroyed the American warships “Trenton’, ‘Nipsic’ and ‘Vandalia’ and the German warships ‘Adler’, ‘Ever’ and ‘Olga’ and the remarkable story of the survival of the British warship ‘Calliope’. The book giving historical background to German influence in Samoa by supplying guns, powder and shot in exchange for land. This colonising policy was typically German and as it had proved eminently suitable and successful in other fields, it would have been successful in Samoa if the leading chiefs had not petitioned the governments of the United States and Great Britain to intervene on their behalf, resulting in the deployment of ships to Apia and the subsequent loss. The front page including dedication to ‘The Honourable Eliot R Davis M.L.C. Chairman of the Executive Auckland Territorial Association’. 280 x 220. See page 11. $650 76 An Art Deco period ceiling light fitting, the stylised gilt aluminium frame supporting three amber glass shades of stepped form, stylish central section, complete with chain and ceiling rose. $140 77 An old Chinese tall coopered bucket,

the wooden sections with heavy old steel bound collars, the handle standing proud. Old dark finish. Height 740. $150 78 A vintage train electric head lamp, a circular cylindrical steel case with a convex front glass in a hinged mount, maker’s label to top ‘International Railway Supply Company....... New York City, U.S.A.’, the circular side door marked ‘Pyle National Company’, remains of original black paint to case. Diameter 515, depth 480, with original spare bulbs. See page 5. $1100 79 A book ‘Furniture of the New Zealand Colonial Era, An Illustrated History 1830’s-1900’s’, by William Cottrell, 2006, the hard back deluxe edition, this being no. 97 of 200 copies, signed by the author. $80 80 An old Cheavins water filter, with original lid and filter insert. Height 510. $ 120 81 A Victorian period Doulton Lambeth stoneware water filter decorated with dancing cherubs to the central band, acanthus leaves and other floral decoration. Brown ground with cobalt blue and green. Height 400, diameter 60. $280 82 A pair of vintage leather automobile racing gauntlets together with a leather helmet and goggles. $120 83 A colonial rimu rectangular hinged lidded box with three cushioned panels to the front and one to the lid. The interior mounted with a mirror, the box section divided into three. Width 500. $180 84 A 19thC oak cutlery tray of rectangular form with flared sides, the central division with a curved handle slot to the top. Length 350, width 230. $120 85 A pair of 19thC Indian miniatures on ivory depicting a prince smelling a fragrant perfume and a woman smelling a flower. Each 60 x 50, in single oak frame. See page 5. $150 86 A Regency portrait miniature on ivory, 60 x 50. Along with a miniature study of an American barque initialled GA. 85 x 110. Both in oak frames. $225 87 A late 19thC Danish plaster plaque after Thorvaldsen, moulded in relief and painted with a naked woman and two children, a cloth draped to her knee, floral wreaths, etc., circular form, housed in moulded oak square frame. 340 x 340. Note: Thorvaldsen is one of Denmark’s most famous sculptors. $ 250 88 An Egyptian period bronze ‘Apis’ bull, fitted to original long rectangular base, the sacred bull finely modelled, shown striding with left legs forward, incised decorations comprising a collar, cross-hatched blanket, winged scarab across the withers and a winged vulture goddess over his haunches, triangle to his brow, the solar disc missing from between his horns, the genitalia indicated. Reputedly late period, dynasty XXVI-XXX, 664-343 B.C. Length 115, raised on later blackened wood stand. Provenance acquired by our vendor’s husband (now deceased) c.1945. See page 5. $2500

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89 A Tudric three piece pewter part teaset comprising lidded hot water pot with a stylised flower head and whiplash design, woven cane handle, shape no. 0958, together with a matching pair of a sugar bowl and cream jug marked with shape no. 0303. See page 11. $ 160 90 An old Indonesian kriss, the finely carved scabbard with scrolling end, carved wood handle to the traditionally wavy shaped blade of folded steel with gilt highlights to the dragon and floral decorated handle end. Length overall 490. $275 91 A 19thC French fine small table clock/ stand, the shaped enamel plaque painted with a romantic couple, the top set with a small enamel face clock, the frame in classic rococo style with cherubs, birds, florals and scrolls, regilded, strut back. 130 x 75. $350

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92 A pair of Victorian period lustre vases, turquoise blue ground, the top decorated with a bird sitting on a branch of flowers and leaves, coiling snake to the columns, with all lustres. Height 280, diameter 150. $350 93 A pair of Victorian period lustre vases, the frosted pink glass with gilded decoration and ten long cut crystal drops to each vase. Height 330. $350 94 An early 1900 Bohemian glass lidded urn, the white foot and body with clear panels enamelled with gilded decoration, the same decoration to lid, some wear to gilding. Height 320. $150 95 A suite of crystal drinking glasses, nine champagne, nine red wine, seven white wine, nine liqueur and eight spirit tumblers. The stemmed glasses with bell bowls and simple facet cutting raised on knopped stems with included tear drops, raised on hexagonal cut bases. $400 96 An impressive Daum Art Nouveau cameo glass and enamelled bowl of circular form with shaped rim, cut in a single layer with entwined flowering vine and enamelled with green foliage and purple flowers with yellow centres, the opaque textured ground mottled red, yellow and clear, the signature in cut in cameo. Diameter 195, height 85. See page 19. $5800 97 Four Daum drinking glasses, trumpet form on a round shaped face, with fine grooved decoration. $150 98 An impressive cut crystal table lamp, the compressed spherical shade with a mildly domed top fitted to a separate base with flared rim, all-over diamond cut decoration, wired for electricity. 240 x 280. $200 99 A Garry Nash blue glass vase, mildly tapered cylindrical form, intaglio cut with lineal stylised leaf and abstract forms, matt finish, engraved signature and date ’86 to base. Height 300. See page 19. $220

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100 Two old glass paper weights both clear with floral internal decoration, various tones, one with four circular facets. Diameters 75 and 80. $110

NZ HISTORICAL, POTTERY & TRIBAL

101 Four Maori stone adzes, each of tapered form with defined bevel to blade end. Reg. Y13116, Y13103, Y13167 and Y13154. Length 150, 135, 95 and 90. $130 102 A Maori pre-European stone adze (toki), of long narrow form and triangular cross section, reduced at the poll, pecked finish, smoothed cutting edge. 220 x 450 x depth 450. Reg. Y14302. See page 8. $380 103 A small Maori greenstone adze, some major chipping to sides otherwise a polished surface. 125 x 40. Reg. Y15254. See page 8. $220 104 Five Maori pre-European stone adze blades, small to mid size, various tapered forms. Each registered Y13173, Y13124, Y13169, Y13155 and Y13144. Lengths from 80 to 160. $150 105 A Maori pre-European stone adze (Toki) of traditional tapered form, mildly curved bevelled cutting edge, pale grey stone, Duff type 2b, Greywacke. Length 195. Reg. Y08028. See page 8. $250 106 A Maori pre-European stone adze blade (Toki) of traditional tapered form, mid to dark grey. Length 195. Reg. Y12430. $200 107 An old Maori stone sinker of ovoid form with incised ridge to the circumference. 100 x 65. Being assessed for registration. $120 108 A Maori pre-European stone patu muka (stone flax pounder) of traditional form with elongated ovoid body and flared knob end, pecked overall finish. Length 250. Being assessed for registration. See page 8. $300 109 A Maori pre-European hardwood pounder, shaped tapered cylindrical body with defined tapered grip and flared butt end, weathered darkened overall finish. Reg. Y15256. Length 325. See page 8. $250 110 A Maori pre-European wooden pounder with tapered bulbous body narrowing to the grip, flared butt end, original unpolished dry finish. Y15258. Length 340. See page 8. $180 111 A Maori pre-European patu onewa of traditional form with tapered spatulate blade with rounded ends, the butt with defined ridges and a tapered hour glass suspension hole, the dark grey stone with black flecked highlights. Length 320. Being accessed for registration. See page 8. $2600 112 An early 20thC Maori carved wooden patu, the spatulate blade finely carved

with a stylised mask, detailed with paua inset eyes, extended tongue and various scrolls, notch carving, etc., the butt end with detailed ridges and stylised masks to the sides. Length 415. $375 113 A Maori greenstone mere, the spatulate blade with a ridged back and fine edge coming to a small defined point, the oval butt with concentric notch and circle bands, dark green colourway, smooth matt polished finish. Length 310. See page 8. $550 114 An 18th/19thC Maori greenstone ear pendant (kapeu) of stylised ‘hockey stick’ form, oval cross section, hour glass form suspension hole. Length 84. Reg. Y14763. See page 8. $260 115 A Maori greenstone carved ear pendant (kapeu) of stylised ‘hockey stick’ form, broken in two. Length 130. $80 116 An 18/19thC Maori greenstone long pendant (kuru) of oval section tapering to each end, hour glass suspension hole, translucent. Length 130. Reg. Y15132. See page 8. $320 117 An 18th/19thC Maori greenstone chisel (Whao) of narrow elongated tapered form, oval cross section, curved concaved blade end. Length 80. Reg. Y13149. See page 8. $140 118 An early Maori greenstone pendant end section (kapeu) being the curved end section with wide engraved 9ct. gold pendant mount. Length overall 50, Reg. Y13150. See page 8. $140 119 A large Maori greenstone hei tiki of traditional form with chin to left shoulder, one hand to abdomen, the other to left thigh, red sealing wax details to eyes. Length 130. Reg. Y15255. See page 8. $1800 120 A 20thC Maori greenstone hei tiki, dark green with paler flecked highlights, red sealing wax to eyes, hands to thighs, hidden three-way drilled suspension hole to back of head. Length 115. See page 8. $550 121 An old Maori greenstone kuru (ear pendant) of elongated cylindrical form, oval cross section, tapering to a point at either end, hour-glass suspension hole, mid flash dark green. Length 120. Reg. Y15131. See page 8. $650 122 An old Maori greenstone hei tiki, metal tools with chin to left shoulder, hands to thighs, mid green colourway with semitranslucence. 72 x 58. Reg. Y15133. See page 8. $700 123 A 19thC or earlier greenstone Maori whao whakakoaka (gouge chisel) of cylindrical form, concaved bevel to blade end, hour-glass suspension, hole to other, translucent vibrant green colour. 88 x 10. Reg. Y15132. See page 8. $325 124 A Maori greenstone hei tiki, dark colourway, traditionally carved with chin to left shoulder, hands to hips, protruding tongue. Length 80, width 53. See page 8. $750

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125 A Maori greenstone hei tiki of dark coloured greenstone, both hands to hips, protruding tongue, large eyes, suspension hole through top notch. Length 90, width 45. Reg. Y15304. See page 8. $750 126 A 19thC Maori pa kahawai (trolling lure) of traditional form with rounded shaped wooden back fitted to the paua panel, the bone barb with fine lashing, lashing and length of cord to other end. Length 100. Reg. Y15306. See page 8. $750 127 A 20thC Maori carved wooden patu with traditional spatulate blade, the butt end with a drilled suspension hole and darkened finish, possibly due to fire burn. Not registered. Length 355. $120 128 A carved dark stained wood Maori wahaika, the blade carved to both faces with notch and lineal design, a contorted figure carved to the side of the blade, the terminal knob carved as a profile manaia head with paua inlaid eyes. Length 395. $200 129 A 19thC Maori carved taiaha, finely carved head of traditional form, remnants of sealing wax to eyes, one with paua ring, remnant of old label to the shaft, good old patina. Length 1350. Registered Y7581. See page 8. $550 130 A 19thC small Maori carved taiaha, well modelled, plain features to head end, slight rippled shaft, good old patina. Length 1040. Registered Y7579. See page 8. $350 131 A Maori carved taiaha, traditional long flared blade with slight ripple evident, traditional carved head with remnants of sealing wax to eyes, slight chip to blade, early 20thC. Length 1340. Not registered. $400 132 A Maori carved taiaha, the protruding carved tongue with pointed end, the mouth with teeth evident, traditional tapered long shaft with rounded end, early 20thC. Length 1455. $350 133 A small Maori carved taiaha, finely carved traditional head and tongue, no teeth, narrow finely tapered shaft with rounded end. Length 1175, being assessed for registration. $350 134 A decoratively carved Maori hoe (paddle), the lanceolate shaped blade decorated with rauponga and other lineal and notch carvings to one blade face along with a small inlaid paua piece. The shaft with similar carving to a section, the terminal knob carved as a profile head with paua inlaid eyes. Dark brown stained finish. Length 1210 Being assessed for registration. See page 8. $850 135 A 20thC Maori carved toki kaukaroa (long handled axe), the wooden shaft carved with scrolling motifs deriving from kowhaiwhai patterns, and carved low on the shaft with a profile head, inlaid with paua eyes. Mounted with a trade steel blade, through which the shaft continues and terminates in a

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carved head. Length 135. Not registered. See page 8. $500 136 A contact period Maori tewhatewha, of small proportion, an incipient profile face carved low on the shaft, the blade extension pierced with a hole for suspending feathers. Mid brown colour. Length 1015. Reg. Y6024. See page 8. $1200 137 A Maori dark brown wood tewhatewha, the tapering shaft carved at mid point with a profile face with inlaid paua shell eyes inset with red sealing wax. The blade extension pierced in two places for suspension of bunches of feathers, engraved with a whorl design on the terminal corner and with a tooth inlaid into the leading edge. Length 1315. Not registered. See page 8. $750 138 A 20thC Maori carved tewhatewha of reddish-brown stained light wood. The tapering shaft carved with a profile head with inlaid paua shell eyes at the mid point, the blade carved with designs derived from kowhaiwhai and a koruru head to either side. Bunches of hawk feathers suspended from the blade extension. Length 1190. $850 139 An early 20thC Maori carved hardwood walking stick, the finely detailed stylised figure to the front of the handle, wide plain silver collar, plain cylindrical shaft. Length 920. See page 8. $300 140 A c.1900 finely carved Maori hardwood walking stick, the shaft with repeating lineal and notch carvings, stylised masks and plain sections, scrolling knob form handle, Reg. Y15067. Length 540. See page 8. $650 141 A late 19thC quality Maori carved walking stick (Tokotoko), the shaft with four full stylised figures above two stylised masks, finely detailed, lineal and notched carving, long lozenge form plain handle, good old dark patina. Length 945. Being assessed for registration. See page 8. $1850 142 A 19thC Maori carved paddle with wide spatulate blade, oval section cylindrical handle and flared end, unpolished, some areas of distress. Reg. Y13199. Length 1320. $450 143 An old Maori toki kakauroa (long handled axe), with traditional flared steel axe head fitted to the long tapered shaft of rounded diamond form, stylised carved mouth with notched detail to shaft, semi-blackened finish. Length 1360. Being assessed for registration. See page 8. $2200 144 A Maori carved hardwood pouwhenua (long staff), the long tapered narrow blade with a circular squared off small hole complete with lashing and feather group, stylised band of two masks with paua eyes and lineal and notch carving, the dark hardwood with wavy grain. Length 1585. Being assessed for registration. See page 8. $1600 145 A Maori carved tewhatewha of dark

brown wood, the tapering shaft carved with a simple column of diagonal notched design, the blade and blade extension carved all over with notched whorl design to either face, a bunch of pheasant feathers suspended from the blade extension. Length 1335. $950 146 An early/mid 20thC Maori carved papahou (treasure box), all-over lineal and notch carved, the tall long lid with masks at each end, the base supported by stylised masks, paua inserts. Length 350, height 140. Not registered. See page 8. $650 147 A mid 20thC Maori carved waka huia, traditional lozenge form, the lid with relief carved lizard, all over lineal straight and curved carving with notched detail. 380 x 135 x 75. See page 8. $550 148 A mid 20thC Maori carved waka huia, elongated oval form, the fitted lid with relief carved stylised male figure, the base with two raised lugs for suspension carved as stylised faces, curved lineal and notch carving. 390 x 90 x 110. See page 8. $550 149 A mid 20thC Maori carved box, rectangular form, the cushion form lid and base side panels with curving lineal and notched carving, rounded plain square section legs. 315 x 200 x 175. See page 8. $550 150 A modern old style carved Maori koruru gable apex mask, dark stained wood, carved with moko, . Height 340. $110 151 An old Maori carved gavel, the carved barrel form head with mask decoration and circular brass end plate, turned handles. 215 x 55. $100 152 A greenstone cut slab from a river boulder, three cut and polished surfaces, one natural. 140 x 40 x 180. $110 153 A late 19thC Fijian hardwood ula (throwing club), the head with traditional lobes and dome top, the grip finely carved with a repeating zigzag pattern. Length 390. See page 8. $350 154 A good 19thC Fijian ula (throwing club) with a carved head and plain domed terminal knob, the grip with a carved ‘shark tooth’ notching, concave end. Seven incised victims (?) notches mark the stem just beneath the club’s head. Length 440. See page 8. $350 155 A 20thC Fijian gata club, the bifurcated head decorated with chequered notching, the shaft with a decorative shark’s tooth notched design and bound with two sections of sennit. Length 1020. $225 156 A 20thC Fijian mahogany fan bladed club, the blade decorated with finely incised geometric patterns, the shoulder and shaft entirely decorated with shark’s tooth notching. Length 1015. $300 157 A Fijian short bill hook club of dark wood with decorative notched engraving to the blade and haft. Length 525. $90

158 A 20thC Fijian mahogany ula (throwing club) with a swollen fluted head, the terminal knop inlaid with a pearl shell and bone and similarly to the shaft above a wide section with shark’s tooth notching. Length 390. $130 159 Two Fijian vegetable fibre ceremonial whisks. On cane handles. Length 1060 each. $100 160 A 20thC Tongan fan bladed long club (Uu form), the haft with all-over decorative shark’s tooth engraving, the blade engraved with various patterns and depictions of a shark, tanoa and tabua, along with inlaid pearl shell pieces. Overall dark stained finish. Length 1015. $300 161 A Tongan carved wood short club, the flaring blade and shaft carved with notched patterns, the haft bound with light sennit cord. Length 400. $90 161A A Tongan head rest of dark heavy timber, the curved upper section raised on splayed supports with everted feet. Length 640. See page 8. $1000 162 A Pacific Island wooden fishing spear with sharpened notches to the point. $100 163 An old Solomon Islands frigate bird carving depicted as in flight with inlays of triangular shell sections, the wings slotting to the body, traditional forked tail. Star Harbour, San Cristobal, Solomon Islands, raised on later stand. Length 740, width 690. See front cover. $3750 164 An old Solomon Islands super hardwood hand club from Malaita, the diamond shaped head with raised mid rib in the form of a cross, crescent shaped butt, dark patina. 750 x 180. $600 165 An old Solomon Island club of flattened, elongated, rectangular form, waisted handle with a plaited binding above, mid/dark brown hardwood with original finish. 830 x 76. $150 166 An old Solomon Islands decorative bowl of elongated oval form, the wide semi-curved ends entirely carved with lineal and notched decoration surrounding the plain bowl. Length 440 x 180. $100 167 A collection of 14 various bamboo and cane shafted arrows with variously barbed or straight tips. The longest 1825. $110 168 A collection of 18 various Solomon Islands/PNG arrows, cane shafted with various heads including cassowary tips. The longest 1570. $130 169 An old Aboriginal hardwood shield, of elongated oval form, finely ridged in straight and angular designs, integrated handled to back, traces of ochre. 715 x 105. Labelled ‘Nullagine’, an old gold rush town in Western Australia. See page 8. $500 170 An old Aboriginal hardwood shield of elongated oval form, parallel finely

grooved and plain bands, highlighted with remnants of primitive animal designs in reverse staining, integrated handle to reverse. 755 x 170. Labelled ‘Nullagine’. See page 8. $550 171 An old aboriginal wunda shield carved in hardwood of elongated ovoid form, the front deeply fluted in a zigzag design highlighted with red and black natural earth pigments, the back with integral handle and full length incised fine groove design, horizontal banding in black and white. 695 x 175. $1500 172 An aboriginal bark painting of oval form decorated with natural earth pigments in a design incorporating two snakes. 620 x 215. $150 173 A collection of six aboriginal ceremonial spear tips, variously cut with arrow form heads and plain shaft, each entirely painted in natural earth pigments in various designs. Length approx. 1000. $550 174 An aboriginal Pukemani basket, made from one bark section, folded with a ridge at base, fibre lashing to sides and top circular rim, painted with earth pigments in various wavy, lineal and circular designs. Diameter at top approx. 220, height 440. $120 175 A Dayak helmeted Hornbill carved panel of oval form, in relief with stylised dragons, a wide red band to the front, this casque section is from the upper bill of the bird and often referred to as ‘Hornbill Ivory’, 90 x 50. $275 176 A 19thC Melanesian plain wooden bowl of oval canoe form, original dark unpolished finish, the rim with old minor distress. 630 x 230. $120 177 An old PNG spear thrower, the body as a bamboo section, shaped handle, plaited cane binding, cutaway open section towards base, old dark patina. 1005 x 75. $80 178 An old PNG Massim wood drum of waisted form, carved central band and handle, snakeskin cover with bamboo section and vine lashing, good old patina. Height 590, diameter 135. $380 179 A massive Fijian hardwood kava bowl of traditional design with a broad flat rim and six trunkated legs. Diameter 645. $550 180 A PNG wood carving as a stylised bird, the two outstretched dish form wings with stepped circular protrusions, integral oval wide flared base, old dark patina with earth pigment rubbing. Length 390, height 180. $110 181 An old Melanesian tribal wood shield, pronounced domed form to accommodate the handle, large V cuts to the ends, old fibre lashing and repair. Original darkened finish. Length 800 x 250, possibly Borneo. $120 181A A 19thC Zulu throwing spear together with a 19thC Zulu Assegai stabbing spear. Length 1310 and 950. $300

182 A large African tribal mask decoratively overlayed with beaten copper and with decorative affixed textile and hair adornment. $125 183 A Huia feather, framed and mounted under glass, wooden black frame. Length of feather 190. See page 8. $1250 184 A c.1900 kauri gum bust of a Maori warrior, traditionally depicted with painted moko, well defined features including cloak, arm to chest holding green painted mere, good old original finish. Height 160, width 125. See page 8. $450 185 An old Maori kauri gum carved bust of a Wahine, black stained hair and moko, detailed wearing a cloak. Height 150, length 145. See page 8. $350 186 A round kauri gum ball cleaved and joined into halves, on wooden stand. See page 5. $80 187 Two old gourds both painted with Maori decoration. $100 188 A good 19thC New Zealand Colonial timbers miniature flat front chest of two short over three long graduated drawers, banded inlays of burr totara, kauri and rewarewa, the carcass of kauri, rimu and others, finely turned bun handles, plinth base, good old dark patina. 280 x 190 x 330. $850 189 Three Iles photographic Maori images in original single vintage oak frame, 810 x 245. $150 190 A New Zealand WWII historical brass shell case, traditional cylindrical form mounted to ebonised circular wood base with applied brass plaque engraved ‘This Cartridge Case Was Fired In The Victory Salute at Albert Park, Auckland on 16th August 1945. To Commemorate the end of the War 1939-1945’ and with handwritten cards ‘Not Fired In Anger......’ Height on base 335, diameter of case 90. $200 191 Two old New Zealand photos, The Pink Terraces and a lakeside scene, both in metal gilt frames under glass, published by J. Wilkie & Co., Dunedin. 150 x 190. $100 192 A bundle of old New Zealand photographs, family groups, Queen’s visit, etc. $80 193 Five old glass photographic plates, one attributed to William Partington. $100 194 C.F. Goldie book, Prints, Drawings and Criticism, copy no. 1034 of 1600, in original cover. $300 195 C.F. Goldie book, ‘His Life and Paintings’, in original cover and with original box. $300 196 G.S. von Tempsky book, ‘Artist and Adventurer’, with original cover. $150 197 A bag of early New Zealand stereo cards, photos, etc. $100

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204 Three military folding utensils, a sharp knife, spoon and fork with bone handles. $120 205 A 20thC European sword, the handle with a brass back and plain guard, the cross-guard with tapered pointed catches, sabre style, fine brass wire bound leather grip, chromed scabbard. Length 965, leatherette outer cover. $170 206 A 19thC French sabre, double fullered blade, the brass wide ovoid guard with three scrolling branches, brass pommel, ribbed leather covered wooden grip. Length overall 1115. See page 11. $250 207 A 19thC Indian sword, sabre style curved blade, the ribbed hardwood grip with fine wire rope binding, brass scroll quillon and guard, the polished blade with rust and marks evident. Length overall 815. See page 11. $180 208 A Russian sabre dated 1915, diagonally ribbed hardwood grip, ring end quillon, the handle with brass guard and fittings, the leather scabbard with brass mounts, impressed marks to the handle and base of blade. Length overall 980. See page 11. $280

209 A Victorian period ceremonial sword, the decorative edged blade marked ’12th Kent Volunteer Rifles’, decorative basket guard, some restoration to scabbard. Length overall 1000, See page 11. $250 210 A Victorian heavy cavalry sword, the steel hilt with ‘VR’ cypher, the blade with maker’s mark ‘Mole’, Birmingham, original steel scabbard. Length overall 1020. See page 11. $280 211 An old European cup hilted rapier, cruciform hilt with large disc form cup guard with engraved and pierced border, decorative pommel and long straight blade. Length 1125. See page 11. $550 212 A Victorian military officer’s ceremonial sword, the open work hilt with ‘VR’ cypher, etched blade, black finish to original scabbard. Length overall 980. See page 11. $280 213 An old Scottish basket hilted broad sword, engraved steel blade, the decoratively pierced guard with heavy fabric covered leather backing, polished steel scabbard. Length overall 1030. See page 11. $200 214 A Wilkinson Officer’s sword, the large silvered guard with scroll and floral engraving, the shaped black covered grip with wire binding, the etched blade named Henry Wilkinson, Pall Mall, London, some rust, original stitched leather scabbard. Length overall 1110. See page 11. $425 215 A Civil War era sword and scabbard, the open scroll guard marked M.S. BDA referring to Native State, Baroda, India, the black leather stitched scabbard with metal fittings. Length overall 1010. $250 216 A U.S. Marine bayonet in a metal scabbard and canvas belt loop. Length 310. $100 217 A Victorian period bayonet, wooden handle, twin cutting edges, with scabbard, . $100 218 A WWII German bayonet, single cutting edge, in scabbard. $100 219 A 19thC spike socket bayonet, with scabbard. $100 220 A chrome ashtray in the form of an officer’s cap made from the base of a shell, a large chrome bullet with the New Zealand badge and Egypt 1941 engraved, plus a small brass box with military buttons, R.N.Z.A.F. wings on a plastic base. $100 221 A table lamp in the form of a bullet made from an old shell casing with bakelite and brass fittings. Height 660. $250 222 An old brass ashtray made from the base of a gun shell, a bullet to the centre supporting the brass plane, badge to the front. Height 190. $120

223 A British Yataghan bayonet, 1860, with scabbard. Length 735. $150 224 An Indian folding dagger, in a wood and glass display case. $120 225 A pair of fire dogs made from old bayonets. Height 400, width 50, depth 200. $200 226 A large shell cased umbrella stand, with flared rim. Height 520, diameter 170. $100 227 A First World War Sam Brown belt rig. $ 100 228 A pair of naval cutlasses, both with brass hilts with one dated 1829. $300 229 A WW1 leather Sam Brown belt rig. $100 230 A New Zealand WW1 leather belt, W. Wiggins, Wellington. $100 231 A New Zealand volunteer artillery, 1880-1895, captain’s uniform, brass buttons, gilt frog decoration to sleeve and shoulders, three gilt badges to each shoulder frog, with black surge trousers with red piping, displayed on mannequin. See front cover. $550 232 A New Zealand Volunteers jacket, A/ BRV, 1880-1895, brass buttons and shoulder epaulets with decorative frogging to sleeve, displayed on mannequin. $450 233 A Sergeant’s uniform from a colonial New Zealand Rifle Regiment, decorative frogging to sleeve, leather patches on trousers, on display mannequin. $450 234 A 1st World War New Zealand lemon squeezer, New Zealand Provost Corps. $100 235 A replica tropical helmet from the 24th Regiment of Foot (1879 Zulu wars). $ 100 236 A helmet from the Gloucestershire regiment, Egypt campaign, 1882. $150 237 A modern United States Infantry Combat Helmet. $80 238 A replica of a 14th-15thC knight’s helmet, with visor. $150 239 An old Indian pith helmet. $100 240 A replica helmet from the 24th Regiment of Foot, 1879 Zulu Wars. $100 241 A leather ceremonial cartridge pouch marked K.R, King’s Rifles 1940. $120 242 A leather bandolier, British Army Issue, Boer War 1899-1902. $120 243 A leather bandolier, British Army Issue, Boer War 1899-1902. $120 244 A leather bandolier, British Army Issue, Boer War 1899-1902. $120 245 A white leather piper’s belt with a rectangular brass buckle featuring the British Coat of Arms. $100

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246 A small Busby from the Prince Consort’s own regiment with a red and black plume of the Rifle Brigade, 1912, with stand. $150 247 A King’s Own Scottish Borderers Glengarry 1962, with feathered plume and badge, with stand. $150 248 A Prussian Pickelhaube, (other ranks), 1914 with Prussian heraldic eagle helmet plate on terracotta display head. See page 11. $200 249 A spiked helmet from the New Zealand Volunteers, 1880-1895 with badge and mesh strap, with terracotta display head. See page 11. $200 250 A leather bandolier, Fraser & Son Ltd, Capetown 1942. $100 251 A leather field gear pouch, attached to belt, Martini Enfield,c.1900. See front cover. $50 252 A scarce 73rd Regt. Officer’s shoulder belt plate, c.1850-55, of copper and silver. Mounted with a crown over demisprays of thistle and laurel, the regimental number absent, battle honour scrolls above and below: ‘Mangalore’ and ‘Seringapatum’, and ‘Waterloo’ scroll at the base. Original hook and stud fixings verso. No gilt remains. See page 11. $150 253 Two Victorian officer’s belt plates, seeded gilded rectangular shape, mounted with a crowned collar of the Order of the Garter, pierced and set on a blue enamel ground framing a Cross of St George, its red enamel absent to both and one quadrant frame absent, above an arms panoply of a flaming winged bomb pierced by lightening bolts, some broken. $150 254 The South African Medal 1877-79, named to Lieut. G.I. Davies, Border Horse, with 1879 clasp, along with the South Africa Medal 1853, named to Lieut. G. Davies, 73rd Reg. See page 11. $1800. 255 Five Parian busts of 19thC British generals, Gordon, Buller, Kitchener, Roberts and French, in wooden and glass rectangular shaped display case with oak frame and gold slip. See page 11. $550 256 Three old pennants of traditional triangular form, includes H.M.N.Z.S. Achilles, R.N.Z.A.F. Tauranga and Merchant Navy. $80 257 A beret from the Queen’s own Cameron Highlanders with a white metal badge, 1898-1961. $100 258 Nine various vintage ship’s pennants, mainly New Zealand including, Trentham, Whenuapai, Dannevirke, etc. $120 259 Nine various vintage ship’s pennants, includes W.A.A.F. and others. $110 260 Six military reference books including badges of the British army, weapons and firearms. $100

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261 Six military reference books including swords and daggers, army uniforms of WWI, etc. $100 262 Three old military photos, all framed together with an old New Zealand photo of a tourist watching Maori women washing clothes in the stream. $100 263 An Edwardian period photo of a young Naval cadet, in a silver plate frame in the form of a lifebuoy from the S.S. Aroha. $100 264 Ten military reference books, Small Arms, Essential Militaria, Allied Bayonets of WWII, etc. $100 265 A leather suitcase, the contents containing the dress uniform, military pay books, letters, badges, etc. that belonged to Dr W.F. McConnell who accompanied the Maori battalion to Italy as their medical officer. $150 266 The metal back plate from a set of body armour. Height 480, width 340. $250 267 The metal breast plate from a suit of body armour with decorative brass buttons. Height 430, width 380. See page 11. $300 268 Two old infantry helmets. $100 269 A 19thC Hutchencat pistol, with octagonal barrel and spring loaded short bayonet, burr walnut stock, some damage. $100 270 A leather cavalry carbine rifle bucket (scabbard), British Army issue Birmingham 1915. Length 820. $150 270A An old leather shotgun case with ramrods etc. Internal label for R.B.Rodda & Co. London & Calcutta. $100 271 A Snider two band carbine, lock marked ‘Tower 1874’, 21” barrel, breech marked Snider’s stock, stamped James & Bond, Birmingham. Brass butt plate marked A144NZ military marking. Complete with safety chain and nipple cover and ram rod. See page 11. $500 272 A Martini-Henry, Enfield rifle, the breech marked VR Enfield 1887 above Crown I.V. Proof marks to barrel, length 33”, stock with military rondel and some losses. With associated triangular section socket bayonet, pattern 1876. $400 273 A percussion sporting rifle, the lock marked Parker Field & Son. The octagonal breech marked ‘233 Holborn, London’. Trigger guard lock and part of butt plate with decorative engraving with ram rod. Barrel length 31”. $300 274 A Snider .577 cal, two band rifle. The lock marked Enfield 1871, crown over V.R. Mk III. Proof marks to barrel and receiver, stock mark Enfield Rondell. Butt plate with English military markings, leather sling marked A. Dempsey, maker. 29½” barrel with ramrod. See page 11. $500 275 A Snider .577 cal two-band carbine. The lock marked ‘Tower, 1874’ and with

crown. Receiver marked ‘Snider Patent’. Barrel and receiver with proof marks. Stock with Bond & James, Birmingham Rondell. Brass butt plate marked ‘A62’ and New Zealand military marking. 21” barrel with ramrod. With associated Snider saw back bayonet. Solingen made with Birmingham inspection marks. Complete with leather scabbard. See page 11. $500 276 A military percussion rifle, muzzle loading, the lock stamped 1845. With brass furniture, and with ramrod. Barrel length 30”. $300 277 An antique short percussion carbine rifle, with an octagonal Spanish barrel, mahogany stock and fancy French silver furniture. Length 790. See page 11. $350 278 A replica flintlock blunderbuss, mahogany stock, traditional steel flared barrel marked 4 drams black powder, flintlock action, brass fittings, captured ramrod. See page 11. $200 279 An antique percussion sporting rifle, octagonal barrel, mahogany stock, with fitted white metal compartment to one cheek, some later parts. Length 1220. $250 280 A German Boer War period Model 98 Mauser, bolt action, mahogany stock numbered 9444 with conforming number to the breech and bolt, old leather sling. Length 2230. $250 281 A German WWII period Model 98 Mauser, military markings to the breech, “dot” and “1941”, complete with bayonet, leather strap, the bayonet with frog. Length overall 280. See page 11. $650

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282 Two jade bangles of half round profile, soft red toning with partial banded highlights. $100 283 Two similar Chinese agate bangles of banded orange, green and paler tones. $100 284 Two Chinese banded agate bangles similar to above. $100 285 An old carved wood Chinese figural lamp base, carved as a fisherman with his catch, standing upon a rocky outcrop. Height 465. $125 286 Four old hand painted colour paintings depicting the animals of the Chinese zodiac, rabbit, horse, dog and tiger, in old wooden frames with a Chinese mask hanger. Height 320 x 270. $250 287 Four old hand painted colour paintings of animals from the Chinese Zodiac, goat, snake, rooster and dragon, in old wooden frames with brass Chinese hanger. Height 320 x 270. $250 288 Four old hand painted coloured paintings featuring animals of the Chinese Zodiac, pig, the rat, ox and monkey framed in old wooden frames with a brass Chinese hanger. Height 320 x 270. $250

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289 An old Chinese mirror painting, lake scene with figures, buildings, trees, 270 x 370. $75 290 A Chinese carved wood head of Buddha with serene visage and ornate headdress. Height 400. $125 291 A Chinese porcelain snuff bottle in the form of an elephant with enamelled coloured decoration to the top, pearl stopper. Height 55, length 50. $225 292 A Chinese porcelain snuff bottle in the form of a rabbit on a lettuce leaf, carved wood bead stopper. Length 80. $225 293 A jade snuff bottle. Height 55, width 45. $80 294 An old Chinese hardwood lamp in the form of a bearded sage with his pet tiger, on wooden face with painted bamboo shade. Height 190. $150 295 A small carved Chinese boxwood double gourd netsuke, the stem pierced for suspension. Height 80. $90 296 A pair of small carved boxwood Chinese medallions, octagonal shape, carved in high relief with masks of a lion, a sword grasped in its mouth. Each pierced with two attachment holes, both signed to the back. Diameter 55. $100 297 A Chinese hand painted scroll featuring calligraphy and bamboo decoration. $150 298 Two Chinese blue and white vases, of similar inverse baluster shape, both decorated with song birds and florals, moulded brown bands at the shoulder and foot. One with four character Chenghua mark under the base, the other with a scratch engraved seal mark under the base. Height 235. See page 14. $350 299 A pair of Chinese blue and white vases, one decorated with birds and butterflies, the other with figures. Both embellished with moulded tree branch handles at the neck. Both similarly decorated with a moulded brown encircling band at the shoulder, rim and foot. Both with scratch engraved seal marks under the base. Height 260. $200 300 Four Chinese kitchen Ming blue and white bowls, the largest decorated with peonies and foliate tendrils, the smallest with dragon motifs. Largest diameter 150. $150 301 A Chinese porcelain rouleau vase, decorated in underglaze blue with two squirrels and fruiting vine tendrils. A diaper pattern encircles the shoulder, stiff leaf pattern decorates the foot and cylindrical neck. Six character Kangxi mark under the foot. Height 220. See page 14. $150 302 A Chinese porcelain squat inverse baluster shaped vase, decorated in underglaze blue with children on a

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pale blue ground. Height 125. Along with a Chinese porcelain pilgrim flask vase, decorated in underglaze blue with panels depicting figures reserved on a ground of foliate tendrils. Height 155. See page 14. $120 303 Four Chinese Qing blue and white export ware porcelain tea cups, variously decorated with gardens, landscape and florals. $150 304 A Chinese blue and white ginger jar, decorated with figures in a landscape, six character Kangxi mark under the base. Along with another similarly shaped ginger jar decorated in polychrome enamels. Both without lids. Height 120. $150 305 A pair of Chinese blue and white porcelain circular shallow dishes painted with figures in a garden, diameters 190, square seal marks on base. $225 306 A small Chinese ginger jar decorated in underglaze blue with an encircling landscape. Height 80. $325 307 A Chinese blue and white porcelain circular plate decorated to the centre with a river landscape scene framed by a border decorated with butterflies and floral designs. Diameter 225. $250 308 A pair of large Chinese porcelain Meiping shape vases. Decorated in underglaze blue with figures in encircling landscapes, the necks similarly decorated with landscape. Double circle mark under the foot in blue. Height 420. $475 309 Two Chinese Ming bowls, circular with everted rims, raised on short foot rings. Decorated in underglaze blue, one with a walled garden and figures, the other with lions, dogs and floral tendrils. Diameter 155. See page 14. $600 310 An 18thC Chinese porcelain tea caddy, of oblong section with a curved shoulder, decorated in underglaze blue with river scenes, pagodas, sampans and fishermen. Star crack under base. Height 110. See page 14. $100 311 A pair of rare peach-bloom glazed porcelain amphora vases, Liuye Zun. Marked inside the deep foot ring with blue six character Qing Dynasty, Kangxi mark and probably of the period (16641722). Each of slender, high-shouldered form with a tall neck and flaring mouth, tapering to an unglazed foot, the foot ring deeply sunk into the body, the glaze of speckled cherry-red suffused with pale rose toned areas, the mouth interior and inside the foot ring with a pale bluish-white ‘claire-de-lune’ glaze. Each raised on specific fitted wooden stands Each vase, known as ‘liuye zun’ (willowleaf vase) with the highly regarded, desirable glaze would have formed along with seven other pieces the ‘ba da ma’ (eight great numbers), a prescribed group of eight similarly glazed objects including a brush washer and other vessels to make a set destined for a Chinese scholar’s table. One with fine hairline crack at rim. Height excluding stands 155. See page 14. $2400

312 A Chinese famille rose enamel porcelain vase, decorated with an encircling processional scene of young boys carrying banners, lamps, instruments, etc. The shoulder and trumpet shaped neck decorated with a stylised lotus and tendrils on a turquoise ground. Yellow enamel panels decorate the mouth and foot. Six character Jiaqing seal mark painted in red under the foot. Height 340. $1100 313 An old Chinese famille rose cream jug of ovoid form with a sparrow beak, figures within a seaside walled garden, gilt handle. See page 14. $500 314 An old Chinese famille rose small vase of baluster form, finely decorated with figures, animals, etc., the base with applied gilded scroll decoration and a gilded band to the shoulder. Height 105. $550 315 A rare fine Chinese famille rose decorated porcelain bowl, the exterior with four circular panels depicting animals and birds amongst florals on a yellow complex interlocking diaper ground with red highlights, the interior with red ground finely decorated with florals and leaves, fine gilt highlights, pictorial mark to base, early Republic/late Ching period. Diameter 132, height 80. See page 14. $4500 316 A pair of Chinese famille rose cylinder vases with everted rims, painted in coloured enamels with seated figures and calligraphy. Height 160. $400 317 A pair of porcelain vases, shouldered shape with a flaring neck. Decorated in polychrome enamels with scenes of mythological characters riding kylin. Incipient salamander handles issue from either side of the necks. Each marked with Tongzhi seal marks under the foot. Height 195. $400 318 A pair of Chinese porcelain polychrome enamelled vases. Decorated with an encircling scene of noble and equestrian warriors. A diaper band encircles the shoulder along with panels decorated with Precious Objects. The trumpet neck decorated with a scene of a nobleman and attendant children. Qing Dynasty Kangxi reign mark in underglaze blue within a double circle under the foot. Height 355. See page 14. $2750 319 A large Chinese porcelain famille verte enamel vase, ovoid with cylindrical neck, two iron red dragons form handles issuing from the shoulder. Decorated with an encircling scene of nobles, deities and warriors in a pavilion interior and garden. A diaper pattern with reserved cartouches of Precious Objects decorates the shoulder. Height 405. See page 14. $2500 320 A large Chinese porcelain famille rose rouleau vase decorated with scattered vases of flowers, a scholar’s table along with Precious Objects and circular mons of various patterns, the shoulder with diaper, square fret and a stiff leaf border, the neck similarly decorated to the body. Height 625. See page 14. $300

321 A pair of old famille rose cups and saucers, the cups on four small feet. $280 322 An 18ct. yellow gold commemorative hanger, decoratively engraved and pierced commemorating the Chinese Qin Shi Huang (259BC-210BC). 90 x 45. Weight 4.9gms. $190 323 A fine quality Chinese porcelain beaker of tapering circular section with a flared rim, polychrome famille rose enamelled decoration of butterflies in a garden. Height 60, Imperial seal mark Ching dynasty. $400 324 A fine quality Chinese porcelain museum copy of a Qing Dynasty dao and cover. Egg yolk yellow glazed, of hemispherical form raised on a generous circular spreading foot and stem and with a conforming cover, the cover decorated with lappet and square fret designs, the bowl and stem with cloud and stylised character motifs along with sinuous contour lines. Impressed Daoguang six character seal plaque mark under the foot. Height 270. See page 14. $2250 325 An old celadon glazed earthenware bottle vase with moulded design of flowers and foliage to the side, with S-scroll handles to the neck. Height 140. $450 326 A pair of old porcelain parrots, bright turquoise in colour, standing on a purple rock, feather crest to one parrot chipped. Height 105. See page 14. $425 327 A Chinese porcelain dish, scalloped edges, bright red in colour with a poem in gold gilt to the centre, Xain Feng mark to base. Diameter 165. $850 328 A Chinese porcelain vase of baluster form in rose pink decorated with two panels of ‘face powder’ watercolour enamelled exterior scenes, seal marks to base. Height 200. See page 14. $950 329 A Chinese flambe vase of baluster form with a handle to each shoulder, Qianlong seal mark to base. Height 25. $ 675 330 A Chinese Da Ji double gourd vase, tea dust glaze with ear shaped handles to either shoulder. Height 270. $850 331 A large Chinese octagonal porcelain bowl, painted to the well with an extensive landscape depicting vessels on a lake along with landscape and buildings. The entire scene framed by a lappet border, the everted rim with eight Taoist Precious Objects. the reverse decorated with sprigs of peach, pomegranate and lychee. Six character seal mark, Qing dynasty, Qianlong reign mark to the back. Diameter 430. See page 19. $2000 332 A Chinese porcelain cylindrical brush pot decorated in polychrome enamels with eight figures, including a nobleman, peasant, musician, etc. as well as bats. Height 125, diameter 125. $350 333 An impressive pair of cinnabar lacquer vases, decorated with figures in

garden scenes with flowers, foliage and geometric designs, on wooden bases. Height on base 510. $850 334 A cinnabar lacquer vase, ovoid shape with a short trumpet neck. Deeply carved with scenes of figures in a landscape in two panels reserved on a ground of stylised foliate patterns, a conforming pattern decorates the neck and a band of fluting decorates the foot. Height 165. See page 14. $225 335 A Chinese porcelain cylindrical brush pot, painted in the round with a landscape with temple buildings, coastal and mountainous scenes. Six character Guangxu mark in red under the foot. Height 115. $300 336 A Chinese porcelain ovoid vase with trumpet neck, pale claire-de-lune glaze with decoration of an ancient prunus bough and bamboo. Height 215. $ 250 337 A Chinese porcelain bottle vase, sang-de-boeuf monochrome glazed. Crackle celadon glazed under the foot. Height 145. $375 338 A pair of 19thC Chinese soapstone chops. Peach rectangular seal surmounted by a carved seated figure. Tallest 135. $100 339 A large inverse baluster shaped porcelain vase with sacrificial ox-blood glaze. The glaze intensity diminishes in places under the flaring mouth, crackle glaze finish to interior. Height 395. See page 14. $2000 340 A large and impressive Chinese ink stone of brick size, one wall decorated with incised calligraphic inscription, one side carved in low relief with a dragon amongst clouds framing the asymmetrical inkwell. The other side carved as a deep rectangular well whose base is carved in high relief with a dragon amongst clouds, a pearl falling amongst water from its open mouth. 135 x 245 x 80. $1700 341 An old Chinese pottery seated nobleman figure, glazed in green and mustard sancai tones, he fits in a throne wearing a wide brimmed hat, his robe with a lion mask medallion. Height 230, reputedly c.1700’s, fitted to a hardwood stand. See page 14. $500 342 A bright egg-yolk yellow Chinese porcelain shallow dish. Glazed to the exterior and interior, under the foot a white glaze with a double circle enclosing an eight character inscription. Diameter 210. See page 14. $250 343 Two Chinese agate bangles, similar to above, green colourway. $100 344 A jade double dragon belt decoration. Height 50, width 45. $110 345 A jade pendant of rectangular form decorated with geometric scrolls. Length 45. $110 346 A jade pendant of rectangular form decorated with “raised dots”. Length 40. $110

347 A small spinach green jade pendant of bell form decorated with florals and leaves. $110 348 A small spinach green jade pendant in the form of a cicada decorated with scrolls. $150 349 A Chinese jade carving of the god Shao Lao, carved in a compact manner as a handling piece, 60 x 34. $125 350 A Chinese carved jade pendant of rectangular form, stylised scrolling design with notch cut borders. Length 55, width 10. $90 351 A jadeite pendant carved in the form of Buddha on a lotus throne. Length 50. $120 352 A jadeite pendant carved with dragons attacking a phoenix. Length 45. $120 353 A Chinese pale jade oblong pendant plaque, carved in low relief with figures to one side and a calligraphic inscription verso. 45 x 30. $250 354 A small apple green Chinese jadeite pendant. Oval shape, carved in low relief with a dragon. Length 30. $125 355 A pair of jade bangles in vibrant banded purple and pale tones. $100 356 An old Chinese bamboo vase or brush pot, stained and decorated with bamboo and calligraphy. Height 170, diameter 100. $120 357 A black lacquer tea caddy decorated with Chinese figures and motifs, the interior with tin lining, decorated lid and ivory knop. Height 105, width 165, depth 110. $250 358 A large carved rosewood study of the god Hotei, seated upon a rocky throne, his robe open and displaying his corpulent belly, he holds a treasure sack and beads. Height 460. $400 359 A Tibetan bronze and brass statuette of the Vajradhara Buddha with a gilt painted face, pigmented coronet and coiffure, holding a vajra and bell, seated on a lotus throne. Height 205. $500 360 A large framed Nepalese Thangka depicting a Buddha, painted in watercolours on cotton, laid on board, glazed and gilt framed. 1390 x 1050. $375 361 A bronze champlevé enamel vase. Four character seal mark under the base. Height 335. $125 362 A large contemporary Korean celadon baluster vase with restrained decoration of flying storks under the glaze, moulded side handles, and an ornately pierced bulbous base. Height 620. $325 363 A pair of small old Japanese eight fold screens decorated with birds and flowers. Height 700. In original fitted pine. $450

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364 An old Edo period 18thC Japanese Seto Yaki pottery shallow bowl with a rounded rim and a pale ochre glaze. Diameter 310. $100 365 A pair of Japanese Meiji period ceremonial taru sake barrels, tall flared arms to the top, sliding cross brace, bamboo binding, original dark red finish. Height 740. $100 366 A late 19thC Japanese brass letter opener, relief decoration of dragonflies and bamboo, white metal highlights, engraved blossom and butterflies to the blade. Length 213, width 21. $120 367 A late 19thC Japanese white metal tray with bronzed finish, gilded and red/ brown highlights, relief decoration of a woman with attendant within a courtyard. 340 x 255. $175 368 A pair of Arita porcelain plates, decorated with moulded surfaces and painted with chrysanthemums and butterflies. Diameter 285. $175 369 A large Japanese earthenware squat ovoid shaped vase, decorated in polychrome enamels and gilded with a design of flowers and song birds. A pattern of flower heads decorates the shoulder and borders the mouth, four gilded lug handles issue from the shoulder. Two character mark in gilt under the foot. Height 310. $225 370 A massive Japanese Shigaraki Chatsubo (tea jar), ovoid shape, feldspar encrusted. Height 620. $225 371 A Japanese stoneware ovoid shaped tea storage jar with an inscription painted to the side. Height 405. $80 372 A fine Japanese cloisonne hinged lidded box of rectangular form, the lid with coloured blossoms on a gold flecked white ground, the sides with a repeating small circle design, the silvered interior with maker’s mark. 140 x 100 x 45. $260 372A A Satsuma shield shaped buckle mask, decorated in gold, pink, purple and blue chrysanthemums with a blue and gold border. $125 373 A 17thC Japanese katana (long sword) by Awataguchi Minamoto Hirotsuna saku, signed to one side on tang, the other side signed ‘Namban Tetsu Wo Motte Tsukuru’ translated to: made from foreign (Dutch) steel, the blade with a single groove to each side, in good old polish, undulating straight temper line visible, no flaws to blade, the quality satsuma style fittings mounted to the sword include matching tsuba and fuchi with relief raised dragons amongst cresting waves highlighted with gold sprays, rebound handle with matching gilt dragon menuki, the black lacquered scabbard with fine ribbing, highlighted with gilded Paulownia and Kiku Satsuma mons, complete with original sash cord, the scabbard tip (kajiri) in soft metal highlighted in silver and gold with a dragon.

Length overall 930. Note: Hirotsuna was active in 1673 and was a student of the master smith Tadatsuna. $9500

PORCELAIN & CHINA

374 A Royal Crown Derby ‘Signature Edition’ paperweight, ‘Devonian Fox Cub’, edition of 1500 designed by Jane James, gilded highlights. Length 115, height 83. $180 375 A Royal Crown Derby ‘Signature Edition’ paperweight, ‘Devonian Vixen’, edition of 1500 designed by Jane James. Height 145. $240 376 A Royal Crown Derby Imari paperweight as a duck, gilt enrichments, early version with white porcelain button type plug to base. Length 120, height 70. $145 377 A Royal Crown Derby Imari paperweight, “Guppy”, an exclusive edition numbered 1206/2500, original packing box. Height 120. See page 19. $220 378 A Royal Crown Derby Imari paperweight of a seated grinning cat, early version with white type button to base, gilded highlights. Height 130. See page 19. $170 379 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight “Moonlight Badger” an exclusive for the collector’s guild. Length 160, height 70. $170 379A A Royal Crown Derby paperweight in the form of a robin in the Imari pallet. Height 70. $120 380 A Lladro porcelain figure of a young girl dressed as a geisha performing a fan dance. Height 310. See page 19. $180 381 A Lladro figurine of a bowing Japanese girl. Height 260. $150 382 Two Lladro figurines of geese. Height 111 and 70. $100 383 A Lladro figurine of a serene praying nun, her white cloak decorated with stars. Height 350. $180 384 A Lladro figurine of a young girl wearing a flowing white dress holding an urn with a bird to top. Height 300. $180 385 A Lladro type figurine of a young woman holding a fan with two doves at her feet. Height 290. $120 386 A Lladro figurine of a young boy sitting on a cushion telling off a puppy. Height 130. $180 387 A Lladro figurine of a young girl holding a bucket of flowers. Height 260. $180 388 A Lladro figurine of a young boy wearing fishing waders and holding a creel, one rod missing and minor damage to fingers. Height 220. $100 389 A Lladro figurine of a young lady on the telephone with a dalmation at her

feet. Telephone requires re-gluing. Height 210. $180 390 A Lladro figurine of two doves billing and cooing. Height 180. $180 391 Three Lladro figurines of cranes. Height 90, 70, 70. $150 392 Two Lladro figurines, one a sleeping baby with hands under chin, head on pillow, the other a small Pomeranian dog. Height 55 and 70. $100 393 A Lladro figurine of a young girl with a basket of flowers standing by a flower urn with doves. Height 250. $180 394 A Lladro figure group of a classical dancing couple, the gent in officer’s uniform, the woman in a long lilac dress, fine floral band to her hair, printed, incised and impressed marks to base #5398. Height 350. See page 19. $360 395 A Hutschenreuther figurine of two lovers kissing. Height 220, width 360, depth 140. See page 19. $180 396 Two Royal Doulton figurines, ‘Her Ladyship’, a larger figure wearing paisley shawl and red bonnet, the other ‘Lily’, a smaller younger figure wearing pink dress. Height 185 and 135. $180 397 A Royal Doulton figurine of a Crux winning poodle, designed by Peggy Davies 1952-1985, HN2631. See page 19. $180 398 A large impressive Capodimonte figurine of Michelangelo carving a statue out of a marble slab, no. 455 of a Ltd. Ed. of 500 created for the 500th anniversary of Michelangelo’s birth on 6 March 1475, with signed certificate to back of figurine, on wooden base. Height on base 510, width 100, depth 250. $550 399 A Capodimonte figure group of a young woman fetching a wheelbarrow loaded with cuttings and flowers with two children and a basket of wine and fruit perched on top, a goat is attached to the side of the wheelbarrow, on wooden base entitled ‘Ritorno dai Campi’. Height on base 360, width 410, depth 240. $350 400 A Royal Dux figure group of a shepherd with a small flock and his dog, on naturalistic rocky base, crook missing. Height 300, width 100, depth 150. See page 19. $200 401 A Royal Worcester figurine modelled by S.G. Doughty, Ireland, 1951. Height 150. $150 401A A Royal Worcester porcelain figurine by Doughty, ‘May’ as a young child picking flowers. Height 120. See page 19. $120 402 A Schaubach Kunst figurine of an exotic dancer. Height 255. See page 19. $150 403 A pair of Victorian period Staffordshire flatbacks featuring male and female fish sellers. eight 340, width 180. $120

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404 A Victorian period Staffordshire flatback spill vase featuring two Highland gentlemen and a dog. Professional restoration to top. Height 100, width 60. $80 405 A Victorian period Staffordshire candle snuffer modelled in the form a Scottish woman with a fur muff. Height 100. $ 120 406 A c.1900 French porcelain fancy vase, as a tree trunk with full figure animals, cones and flowers. Height 340, minor damage. $110 407 A 19thC French Sevres ink stand, two ink pots and a square lidded pot to the centre, pen trays to either side, gilded Griffin feet at each corner, green and gilded embellishments. Height 120, width 255, depth 140. See page 19. $350 408 A c.1900 French porcelain oval plaque mounted with a full relief male figure, the background with doves and a woodland scene including a waterfall, gilt enrichments, pale turquoise blush. 300 x 225. Minor damage. $110 409 A limoges china violin shaped trinket box, hand painted with flowers and gilded decoration, metal rims and violin neck, together with a miniature limoges coffee can in the same colour pallet. Length of trinket box 160. $150 410 A Royal Doulton Loving Cup commemorating the coronation of Edward VIII, decorated in relief, Ltd. Ed. 586 of 2000. Height 160, diameter 40. See page 19. $400 411 A Royal Worcester spherical posy vase painted by Kitty Blake with fruiting and flowering blackberry canes. Black mark, c.1950. Diameter 80. See page 19. $110 412 A Royal Worcester urn, hand painted in gilded flowers in yellow, red and pink on a blush ground, on a square gilded base, gilded handle and rim with satyr’s head decoration to handle base, 1901. Height 280. See page 19. $350 413 A Royal Worcester jug, hand painted and gilded with pink, yellow and orange flowers to blush body, ribbed spout with gilded branch handle, 1900. Height 105. See page 19. $180 414 A Royal Worcester small spherical vase painted by Roberts with capitals and cherries on a mossy ground. Signed. Black mark c.1950’s. Diameter 80. See page 19. $225 415 A small Royal Worcester dish, painted with apples and grapes on a mossy ground by Roberts. Black mark, c.1960’s. Diameter 92. $125 416 A Georgian period Worcester teapot, the spherical body painted in famille rose designs, panelled border, some damage and restoration to spout. $ 175 417 A Royal Worcester vase of elegant ovoid form painted with Highland cattle by Harry Stinton with decorative gilding, raised on a circular spreading

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foot. Black mark with date code for 1963. Height 225. See page 19. $1350 418 A William De-Morgan tile, hand painted in green with a galleon in full sale and oars in water, two dolphin fish to foreground, impressed Sands End Fulham mark to reverse. 153 x 154. See page 19. $1350 419 A rare Clarice Cliff bizarre vase in the “Red Tulip” pattern, shape #497 with a frilled wide flared rim, and tapered body supported by three extending triangular section feet painted in orange, still with original flower frog centre. Diameter 27.5, height 165. See page 19. $3600 420 A Martin Bros. double sided mask jug, the ovoid body modelled to either side with a grinning face in deep relief, short loop handles to the top rim, variable brown glaze, the base incised ‘Martin Bros. London & Southall, 3-1901’. Height 155, minor glaze rub to spout. See page 19. $5500 421 A rare and impressive 19thC French limoges large urn, classical form with porcelain ovoid body, waisted neck and stepped foot, ornate gilt mounts including handles as a naked woman from a floral spray with scrolling tops, the body and neck finely hand painted with four figures in a garden setting to the front panel, the back with birds amongst florals, ornate gilt enrichments, cobalt ground, signed F. Albert, Limoges mark to base. Height 840. See front cover. $7500 422 Two Zsolnay (Hungary) green iridescent glazed pieces, the circular shaped dish with heavily relief moulded lobster and waves to edge, the other a compressed baluster vase with lobed sides and frilled rim, both pieces with a printed mark to base. Diameters 185 and 170. Height of vase 100. See page 19. $140 423 A large Delft wall charger, hand painted with flowers to the rim, the interior with a woman and man in horse drawn sleigh. Diameter 385. $220 424 A Gouda ‘Metz Royal Zuid-Holland’ wall charger. Decorated in typical soft urban tones and cobalt blue with stylised floral design. Diameter 405. $150 425 A Dresden porcelain based table lamp, square section bottle shape, decorated to either side with romantic couples, alternating with floral designs on a pink ground. Height 320 excluding the shade. $100 426 A Ruskin baluster lidded urn in a lustrous blue/green glaze, overall oriental form with ovoid finial and domed lid with flared rim, impressed marks and date 1916 and original Ruskin Potteries paper label to base. Height 215, minor hairline crack to lid rim. See page 19. $250 427 A modern Jeanne McDougall large vase in the Art Nouveau manner ‘The Collection’, ‘Old Tupton Ware’, the maiden in profile with long hair within a circular

panel with a floral border, tube ine decoration, dominant blue, red, mauve and yellow tones. Height 365. $125 428 A Carlton Ware “Tea for Two” set in the apple blossom pattern, comprising teapot, two cups and saucers, creamer, sugar and a jam dish. $180 429 A Carlton Ware Rouge Royale vase with wide flared rim decorated in a stylised Art Deco floral and tree design in green, yellow, blue and purple on red ground, gilt highlights, small chip under rim. Diameter 250, height 80. See page 19. $140 430 Two large Maling kitchen canisters, flower and sugar. Sugar has no lid and nibbles to rim. Height 265 and 210. $100 431 A Paragon Loving Cup commemorating the silver wedding of Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh. Silver lion handles with the Royal standard to one side and entwined initials under a crown to the other, Ltd. Ed. #329/750, in original box with certificate. Height 130, diameter 140. $350 432 A Crown Devon musical large jug ‘Daisy Bell’, modelled in relief with a couple on a bicycle, floral handle and highlights, good working order. Height 205. $200 433 A Coalport lidded urn, hand painted with fruit, gilded handles, base, rim and knop to lid, signed M. Pinter. Height 180, diameter 130. $120 434 A Poole china table lamp decorated in pastel tones with a design of summer flowers encircling the squat ovoid body. 230. $150 435 A Royal Copenhagen figurine in the form of two love birds on a flowering branch. Height 240. $100 436 A William Moorcroft baluster vase in the Pomegranate pattern, soft red, ochre and mauve tones on deep blue ground, impressed marks and paper labels to base. Height 230. See page 19. $600 437 An early Walter Moorcroft small footed bowl decorated in the leaf and berry pattern in tones of red, green and blue on dark variable blue ground, impressed marks and paper label to base. Diameter 115. See page 19. $160 438 A Victorian period comport decorated to the interior and exterior with a Greek key pattern and medallions, set with pink butterflies, decoration of flowers, leaves and geometric shapes. Height 140, diameter 250. $120

TUESDAY 21st JUNE 2011 2ND SESSION at 5.00pm JEWELLERY

450 An Edwardian period pendant, the 9ct. gold scrolling frame inset with a Coptic cross, set with seed pearls and an aquamarine coloured central stone, a flowered drop set with another stone and seed pearls suspended from base. See page 25. $250 451 An Edwardian period brooch/pendant, the 9ct. gold frame in the form of small stars set with seed pearls and small facet cut peridots, the centre inset with gold flower set with further seed pearls and central peridots. See page 25. $300 452 An Edwardian period 9ct. gold pendant, the flower form set with small seed pearls, the centre mounted with a gold leaf wreath set with more seed pearls with a facet cut aquamarine to the centre, with a small delicate gold chain. See page 25. $300 453 An Edwardian period 9ct. gold pendant/brooch, the star form set with seed pearls, with a maple leaf between each point, also set with seed pearls. Birmingham 1912. See page 25. $300 454 A vintage amethyst bead necklace, the facet cut graduated size amethyst beads alternating with crystal rondelles, 9ct. gold clasp. $150 455 An antique aquamarine necklace, seven graduated size facet cut aquamarines claw set and mounted to the base of a 9ct. rose gold chain. With gold push clasp. See page 25. $200 456 A 9ct. yellow gold fancy pendant of open ring and bow form, set with seed pearls and six graduated opals, fine link gold chain. See page 25. $260 457 An Art Deco necklace of pink and red bi-tone facet cut and pearl beads. See page 25. $120 458 A 9ct. gold Edwardian pendant, the double circle with an amethyst and pearl seed gothic cross to the centre with a small delicate gold chain. See page 25. $180 459 A small 9ct. gold pendant with natural gold flakes behind glass, with a delicate gold chain. $180 460 A small Victorian gilt metal propelling pencil, the slide set with cabochon turquoise, citrine to the end, c.1860. $ 100 461 A 9ct rose gold muff chain with an old gold plated locket attached, weight of chain 18gms. See page 25. $420 462 A small 9ct. rose gold heart locket, the front set with seed pearls and more facet cut blue stones, the interior opens to reveal photos of an elderly couple. See page 25. $180 463 A 9ct. gold muff chain made of small box links, with dog clip and tiger’s eye pendant, 15gms. See page 25. $600

464 A 9ct. rose gold Masonic ball fob, engraved with floral decoration, the ball opens up and spreads out into a silver cross in the form of small pyramids, each side engraved with Masonic symbols, together with a 9ct. rose gold fob chain, decorative links, dog clip and large jump ring. See page 25. $700 465 An Edwardian period 9ct.rose gold vesta, date marks Chester 1902, 15.2 grams. See page 25. $450 466 A 9ct. gold framed vintage locket on a 9ct. gold chain, the locket with glass panels enclosing photos, screw ball fitting to top, the chain of flattened curb links. $120 467 A late Victorian 9ct. gold shield form locket, the front with a raised panel of banded agate in pale grey and orange/red, hinged, floral decoration to the back, suspension loops to top. See page 25. $195 468 A 9ct. gold Victorian period locket, the front with blue enamelling and pink garnets and seed pearls set to the interior which opens to reveal both sides with separate glass for photos, the back profusely engraved, gold suspension ring. Length 40. See page 25. $250 469 A fancy early Victorian gilt and agate pocket watch key, the central faceted red agate panel with gilt metal frame and revolving suspension loop. $120 470 A Victorian period muff chain, the 9ct. gold chain of small belcher links with solid paper clip links at various intervals. See page 25. $600 471 A Cartier 14ct. gold propelling pencil, requires attention. Length 150. $200 472 A Victorian period pinchbeck seal, set with a carnelian monogrammed seal. $80 473 A Victorian period 9ct. gold swivel seal, the bloodstone seal with a coat of arms, the carnelian seal with monogrammed initials. $180 474 Two Victorian seals, one opal with a gold mount, the other an amethyst in a gold plated mount. $150 475 A hand painted miniature of a gentleman in a blue frock coat, engraved M.A. Girling, 1877, to reverse. Length 60. $260 476 Two silver brooches, one a leaping frog, the other a lizard, the back in blue enamel. $120 477 A Victorian period 14ct. yellow gold agate and enamel brooch, the large central polished oval agate stone in a rubover setting with cobalt blue enamelling and decorative gold surround, width 50. $160 478 A late Victorian period mourning brooch, the 15ct. gold oval brooch with sharpened ends, set with small gold balls around the exterior, the cen-

tral panel set with a small round brilliant cut diamond with a ruby to either side, the back of the brooch set with a bevelled crystal panel for displaying of hair. See page 25. $150 479 An 18ct. gold brooch in the form of a wreath set with six small round facet cut sapphires. $150 480 An Edwardian period 9ct. rose gold brooch in the form of a sword set with seed pearls and an amethyst to the hilt. $130 481 An Edwardian period 9ct. gold brooch, two small swallows joined by a delicate gold chain, each swallow set with small seed pearls. See page 25. $180 482 A large designer 18ct. gold and diamond brooch, in the form of a standing duck wearing a diamond encrusted bow tie with a ruby eye, feathered finish to body. Length 60. See page 22. $1450 483 An Art Nouveau 9ct. gold and diamond brooch, the round gold panel embossed with the Nouveau torso of a woman, her hair set with two bands of old mine cut diamonds, two further diamonds holding straps of the dress and a small ruby to the centre of the dress. Diameter 25. See page 25. $200 484 A Victorian period gold mourning brooch, the glass enclosed hair surrounded by pearls and small turquoise beads, the back panel opening to reveal the plaited hair. See page 25. $200 485 An early 19thC Pinchbeck mourning brooch, interior with plaited hair under glass and surrounded by small seed pearls with the border in blue enamel work and scrolling decorative features, the reverse with the names and dates of the deceased 1837 and 1849. Glass cracked. $130 486 A Victorian period gold brooch, the oval central panel engraved with flowers and set with three old mine cut diamonds, the two outer square panels with applied decoration, the reverse with a glass panel with photo, 9ct. gold with an 18ct. gold wash. See page 25. $250 487 A Victorian period gold and agate mourning brooch, the large oval form agate in a decorative 9ct. gold mount, the central gold panel set with hair and pearls under glass, some old repairs. Length 60. $300 488 A Victorian period 9ct. gold brooch, the central oval enamel plaque with a portrait of Queen Victoria, the fancy frame enamelled “Queen’s Lodge”, hallmarked Birmingham 1897. See page 25. $600 489 A mid 20thC costume brooch in the form of a large butterfly set with coloured stones. See page 22. $80 490 Two mid-20thC diamante costume brooches, one in the form of a peacock, the other a stylised flower. $80 491 A Victorian period 15ct. gilded brooch,

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decorated with leaves, flowers, scrolling forms set with small cabochon turquoise and coral and a chain holding a small gold bird in a decorative frame suspended from the base. $550 492 A retro 9ct. gold opal brooch and earrings, large oval cabochon blue opals in a rub-over mount in freeform brooch, the earrings with a small oval cabochon opal, rub-over mount with screw backs. $250 493 A modern Italian gold necklace, 14ct. gold with rectangular and round links leading down to alternating panels of white, yellow and rose gold in graduating size, 18gms. $600 494 A pearl necklace, the small single strand of pearls of uniform size and deep lustrous cream, silver clasp with large cabochon opals inset to top, in Mikimoto box. $150 495 A 9ct. gold and amethyst pendant, the parallelogram shaped amethyst mounted in a decorative gold surround, with gold suspension bale. $220 496 A modern gold bracelet, two curb link chains between decorative links, parrot beak clasp, 9ct. yellow gold. Weight 20.9gms. See page 22. $420 497 A 9ct. gold charm bracelet, the fancy belcher twin links with outer granules on either side of the connecting links which have sixteen 9ct. gold charms including Noah’s Ark, acorn, kiwi, telephone box, iron, etc. The bracelet has ball end tacks with round rings and a padlock clasp, 29gms. See page 22. $550 498 An 18ct. yellow gold and diamond bangle, the hinged bangle in the form of three spaced bands set with eight chevron shaped panels containing six small round brilliant cut diamonds, with a further 16 small round brilliant cut diamonds individually set to the central band. Sealed slide fastening with two safety catches. Total diamond weight 1.67cts. Valuation available. $1700 499 A stylish 14ct. yellow gold bracelet of fine articulating rounded bar links, one edge of straight form, the other as a pronounced zig-zag, push in clasp, hand made. Length 720, weight 48.2gms, valuation available. See page 22. $1600 500 An impressive early 19thC hand painted portrait miniature bracelet, the large oval clasp finely painted with a portrait of a gent, gilt frame, push-in clasp and mounts supporting the wide plaited hair strap. Height of panel 40, width 33. $380 501 A 9ct. gold bangle, profusely engraved, 12gms. See page 22. $250 502 A 9ct. gold bracelet with long pinched waisted links, padlock clasp and safety chain. $250 503 A late Victorian period 9ct. rose gold hinged bangle, the top profusely engraved, Birmingham 1898, in original box. See page 22. $250

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504 A 9ct. gold bracelet, the decorative lozenge shaped links set with seven facet cut amethyst type stones. See page 22. $400 505 An Edwardian period banded agate and silver bracelet of six rectangular sections with engraved silver mounts, some attention required. See page 25. $110 506 A 9ct. gold bracelet, the gate style bracelet with ‘wavy’ links, 15.9gms. $ 350 507 An Edwardian period 9ct. gold hinged bangle, the decorative top set with scrolls, gold beads and rope designs, set with three rubies and two small diamonds. With push clasp and safety chain. See page 22. $280 508 A 9ct. rose gold hinged bangle, the top in the form of a plaited rope design with small gold beads on either side, push clasp with safety chain. See page 22. $350 509 A late Edwardian period wide silver hinged bangle, the top decorated with panels of gothic style decoration to each side, the back engraved with ‘Ladies bracelet 1893 won by J. Neill’, minor faults. $150 510 A silver charm bracelet of wide curb links with ten silver charms including a fish, vintage car, keys, Aladdin’s Lamp, etc., padlock clasp with safety chain. $180 511 A silver and agate cuff, the wide shaped silver band decorated with Arts & Crafts scrolls, flowers and leaves, set with one large oval pink cabochon agate to the centre with a smaller cabochon agate to each side, marked ‘925’. See page 22. $250 512 A silver and agate ring, the large oval polished cabochon translucent sea green agate in a rub-over decorative Arts & Crafts mount, with scrolling decoration to band, marked ‘925’. See page 22. $120 513 A silver and moonstone ring, the oval cabochon moonstone in a rub-over mount in a decorative Arts & Crafts setting, marked ‘925’. See page 22. $120 514 A vintage 18ct. yellow gold sapphire and diamond lady’s dress ring, the lozenge panel set with four oval facet cut sapphires and 15 diamonds, stamped 750. $225 515 A solitaire diamond dress ring approx. 0.25ct. pave set in plain 18ct. gold band. See page 22. $380 516 An 18ct. gold wedding ring set, one ring with a split angled shank set with a .25ct. round brilliant cut diamond with four small diamonds set to one side, the wedding band twisted and angled to fit the engagement ring. $350 517 An estate gold and diamond ring, the .45ct. round brilliant cut diamond claw set with the decorative upright shoulders set with three small diamonds, 9ct. rose gold. See page 22. $350

518 A Georgian period mourning ring, a centrally set facet cut rock crystal with a small mine cut diamond to each side, the decoratively shaped shank set with black enamel with gold dates and initials, ‘A.P., OB14 Jan. 1751 at 69. See page 22. $250 519 Two 9ct. gold sapphire and diamond rings, one set with three small facet cut sapphires and two small round brilliant cut diamonds, the other with four square cut sapphires and three round brilliant cut diamonds. $200 520 An 18ct white gold and aquamarine dress ring, the two carat emerald cut aquamarine in high claw set mount with a small brilliant cut diamond set to either side, plain tapering shank. See page 22. $250 521 An 18ct. gold dress ring, a large oval cabochon star ruby in a rub-over mount with two round brilliant cut zircons set to either side, also in rub-over mount. $450 522 A 1930’s 18ct. yellow gold, platinum and solitaire diamond ring, the modern brilliant cut stone flanked by engraved platinum shoulders with open work mount beneath. See page 22. $260 523 A 9ct. gold and diamond ring, the .42ct. round brilliant cut diamond claw set, high decorative mount, double band to each shoulder. Diamond report available. $400 524 A retro 9ct. gold opal and diamond ring, the wide boomerang shaped piece of opal claw set with a small diamond to end tip. See page 22. $180 525 An estate 18ct gold dress ring, the flower shaped mount set with small seed pearls and three pink garnets. Shank for decorative engraving. See page 22. $380 526 An Edwardian period 18ct. ruby and diamond ring, the diamond form mount set with three facet cut rubies, the outer edge set with small mine cut diamonds, a small facet cut ruby set to each shoulder, Chester 1904, three small diamonds missing. See page 22. $300 527 An early 19thC gold and mosaic ring, the round piece of blue glass set with a mosaic picture of Roman ruins in a rub-over mount with a flower to each shoulder. $150 528 An 18ct. gold and diamond estate ring, the flower form mount set with seven small old cut diamonds set in platinum. See page 22. $450 529 An 18ct. gold and diamond ring, the .25 brilliant cut diamond in a high platinum mount with a small diamond to each upright platinum shoulder. See page 22. $280 530 A white gold and diamond dress ring, the modern 10ct. white gold double circle band bead set with small brilliant cut diamonds. See page 25. $180

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531 An 18ct. gold sapphire and diamond ring, the small round brilliant cut sapphire claw set with a small round brilliant cut diamond to each side, upright platinum shoulders. $180 532 A modern 9ct. gold and diamond ring, the wide twisted band set to the top with small round brilliant cut diamonds. $350 533 A 9ct. white gold and emerald cocktail ring, the .57ct. emerald cut emerald claw set to the centre of a white gold wreath set with small round brilliant cut diamonds, a further eight emeralds of varying cuts to the outer edge, decorative shoulders, total emerald weight 1.55ct., total diamond weight .20ct., valuation available. $550 534 An 18ct. gold diamond and sapphire dress ring, the oval cut sapphire set horizontally between two horizontal heart forms, the hearts pave set with small brilliant cut diamonds. $450 535 A sapphire and diamond cluster ring of octagonal shape with a central oval facet cut sapphire surrounded by 16 diamonds in stepped 18ct. gold mount. $550 536 A gent’s 9ct. gold sapphire and diamond ring, a 2.12ct. cushion cut mid blue sapphire in a white gold rub-over mount surrounded by 42 round diamonds of mixed cut, bead set in a square wide base with more diamonds extending to each shoulder. Total diamond weight 2.70ct., valuation available. See page 22. $1800 537 A small rose gold Masonic ball fob, the gothic crosses on the exterior lift up and the ball opens to reveal a cross set with Masonic symbols. $300 538 A gold Austrian Hungarian empire gold coin, 1915, in gold mount ready to wear as a pendant. See page 25. $350 539 An Edwardian gold pendant, 1906, with decorative gold mount for wearing as pendant attached. See page 25. $180 540 An Edwardian gold half sovereign, 1904, with decorative gold mount for wearing as pendant attached. See page 25. $180 541 A gold half sovereign, 1915, Sydney Mint. See page 25. $180 542 A tribal necklace, clusters of small bright blue glass beads interspersed with larger speckled glass beads and supporting an ornate Afghan chain linked pendant. Length overall 500. $80 543 A tribal necklace, clusters of small clear glass beads interspersed with red glass beads with larger red glass beads and supporting an ornate Afghan chain link pendant with tiny bells. Length overall 380. $75 544 A Tony Buller silver brooch in the form of a flying phoenix marked ‘stg sil’ to the back. Height 120. $300

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545 A colonial rose gold ring set with a large oval gold bearing quartz cabochon, the split upright shoulders in the form of stylised fern leaves, the shank split. See page 22. $180 546 A New Zealand colonial gold and gold bearing quartz stick pin, the square faceted panel in a rub-over setting with a fine rope twist edge mounted to a gold pin, safety chain attached. See page 22. $475 547 A 9ct. gold and greenstone bar brooch, a small decorative band to the centre with gold caps to each end with small gold balls suspended and a small fine chain attached to each end with a 9ct. gold heart hanging to the middle. Length 50. See page 22. $150 548 A late 19thC New Zealand Colonial brooch, the bowenite (tangiwai) triangular greenstone panel claw set in a 9ct. gold frame. See page 22. $220 549 A New Zealand 9ct. yellow gold and greenstone hinged bangle, half engraved and set with three greenstone rectangular panels, maker’s mark H & S and 9ct. impressed marks, safety chain attached. See page 22. $550 550 A 9ct. gold and greenstone cross, the centre set with a gilded 9ct. gold flower and leaf design, with a gold catch to top, gold suspension ring. Valuation available. Length 80. See page 22. $450 551 An early 20thC Stewart Dawson & Co. silver nursing medal, oval form, the centre with entwined monogram below crown and above N.Z., the border with Maltese cross, leaves and ‘MATERNITY’, the reverse with recipient’s name Florence Crawford, ‘209’, Auckland 1916 and maker’s stamp. 39 x 27. Details of Crawford’s nursing available including...”district nurse for natives” in and around The Bay of Plenty... See page 25. $320 552 An Anton Teutenberg 9ct. yellow gold medal of five armed ball tipped star form, the central domed disc with Auckland Grammar School crest, the reverse engraved ‘A.G.S. Sports Invitation Race 100 yards. S.H. Bedford 1906’. Also with maker’s initials ‘A.T.’ Diameter 30. Weight 8gms. See page 25. $875 553 A rare early 20thC New Zealand Thomas Robert Gordon silver and paua large brooch of oval form, sculpted as a Viking ship with wirework rigging, detail and outer frame, the sea as a shaped piece of paua, applied oval maker’s mark to back. Length 65, height 47. See page 22. $800

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554 A hand painted miniature of possibly Marie Antoinette, wearing French court dress in a gilt decorative frame, signed ‘Boucher’. Height 80. See page 22. $150 555 A hand painted miniature of a woman in empire dress, gilt, metal and velvet frame, initialled to side. Height 80. $ 150

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556 A vintage Ernest Borel 1960’s kaleidoscope cocktail watch, gold plated case and strap lugs, glass back cover, 17 jewel movement and gilt mesh strap. $180 557 An 18ct. gold half hunter fob watch, the decorative dial with Roman numerals, the back heavily engraved, stem wind and in working order. See page 22. $700 558 A gent’s 18ct. gold full Hunter chronograph pocket watch, stem wind, seconds hand, in good working order, the movement marked ‘George Young, Dunedin’, London 1875. See page 22. $3300 559 An 18ct. gold fob watch, key wind, dial with Roman numerals and decorative floral work to centre, London 1875. No key and top case missing. See page 22. $850 560 A late 19thC French brass cased carriage clock, the white enamel face with Roman numerals, the back plate marked ‘R. & Co., Made in Paris, bracket base, swing handle to top, complete with key, good working order. Height 120. See page 28. $275 561 A rare late 19thC French gilded cased carriage clock, the top with a circular white metal panel with a central compass framed by a thermometer, the cream enamel dial with Roman numerals above a barometer dial, swing handle to the top. 80 x 60 x 140. See page 28. $1550 562 A round oak cased wall clock, the painted dial with Roman numerals, with battery operated electromagnetic movement. Diameter 400. $350 563 An Edwardian period oak cased mantel clock of architectural form, Junghans movement striking on a gong, the metal dial with Arabic numerals and brass decoration, dial behind bevelled glass door. No key. Height 320, width 250, depth 175. See page 28. $350 564 A small Ansonia carriage style mantel clock, brass cased, the movement striking an alarm on a bell. Height 125. $280 565 A 1950’s Kundo Bulle type electric dome clock, brass circular base, back plate and movement with swinging curved pendulum rod through the fixed cylinder, the floating chapter ring with Arabic numerals to the quarters, a glass domed cover. Height overall 245. $225 566 A round mahogany cased wall clock, the painted dial with Roman numerals and marked ‘A. Kohn, 178 Queen Street, Auckland’. $350

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567 An unmarked silver photo frame, profusely embossed with vine leaves and flowers, three cabochon agates set to front. 180 x 225. $250

568 A pair of silver toast racks in plain Art Deco style marked sterling and the word ‘Sammy” in script to the base. Height 100, width 75, depth 90. $180 569 A small George III silver vinaigrette of octagonal rectangular plain form, shaped for the hip, the hinged lid revealing hinged pierced grill and gilded interior, Birmingham 1811, maker Samuel Pemberton. 22 x 17. $200 570 A pair of silver and enamel menu holders in original fitted box, Birmingham 1945. $150 571 A small silver model of a soldier standing at guard, London 1961. Height 65. $150 572 An Edwardian period silver cased razor strop, mechanism in good working order. Birmingham 1907. $250 573 A small heavy cigarette case, Birmingham 1922. 80 x 50. $150 574 An Edwardian silver spectacles case or purse, hinged oblong shape with suspension chain, machine engraved finish and monogrammed ‘AM’. Birmingham 1914 by F.J. Davis & Co. $110 575 A cased collection of seven silver boxes, from ‘The Guard’s Regiments’. Six oval boxes are embossed with depictions of regimental figures, along with one rectangular box depicting Queen Elizabeth II on horseback. Each marked sterling silver. $250 576 A green glass bottle shaped vase, with silver overlay. Squat circular shape with tall slender neck and triform mouth. The overlay of scrolling foliate tendrils encircling a vacant cartouche. Height 135. $120 577 An Art Deco period silver top vanity jar, the mildly domed lid and large finial set with a tortoise shell, silver rim to the lid and body, compressed spherical form, star cut base. Birmingham 1924, maker Levi & Salaman. Diameter 140. $120 578 A late 19thC silver vesta case, the exterior heavily embossed, date marks rubbed. $120 579 A Victorian period silver vesta case profusely embossed and engraved. $120 580 An impressive pair of George III period silver and steel shoe buckles, lion passant, probably for London, c.1800, maker Thomas Wallis II. 72 x 50. $250 581 A set of four Edwardian Art Nouveau silver buttons, shaped circular form, cast and pierced decoration of a woman’s head in profile with swirling florals. Birmingham 1902, maker Crisford & Norris Ltd. $400 582 A set of four silver Art Nouveau Edwardian period buttons, shaped circular, cast decoration of a woman’s head in profile wearing a wide brimmed hat, floral detail. Birmingham 1901, maker Henry Matthews. See page 28. $525

583 An impressive late 19thC set of eight silver heart form buttons, probably French, the larger joined pair of coat buttons decorated with a classical couple, the six smaller with a gent holding a rifle within a landscape, scroll border, various hallmarks including London import marks for 1896, all within a fitted hinged ovoid form Morocco leather case. See page 28. $1000 584 A cased set of six silver Art Nouveau buttons, each of circular form and cast with a maiden’s head in profile, single flower to her front and her hair, fitted to a Morocco leather hinged case, hallmarked. See page 28. $1050 585 An impressive silver plate Art Nouveau period rectangular wall plaque (WMF) in high relief, depicting Dianna The Huntress with her hunting party of maidens with hounds chasing a stag being protected by naked maidens at the waters edge within a forest setting. Unmarked. 565 x 275. Unframed. See page 28. $2500 586 A composite George III silver cutlery set, Old English pattern, each piece engraved with a sea monster crest, comprising six serving spoons; four by Thomas & William Chawner, London 1776 (one), 1768 (three) and two by John Lamfert, London 1770, eight table forks, London 1802, by Richard Crossley, ten dessert forks; eight London 1802 by Rich Crossley, one London 1798 with odd crest, one London 1846, monogrammed, ten dessert spoons: four London 1802 by Rich Crossley, five bottom marked, probably John Lamfert, London 1770, one London 1794, WS with odd crest one sauce ladle, bottom marked (marks worn), total 35 pieces. See page 28. $4250 587 A George III silver samovar by Francis Butty and Nicholas Dumee, London 1768. Of ovoid vase shape raised on a capstan stem from an undulating square plinth base with pierced apron, supported on ball and claw feet. Two sinuous scroll handles issue either side of the urn and the tap with ivory spigot protrudes from low on the body. The tall, close fitting cover reflects the shape of the stem and is surmounted by a flaming chalice finial. A crest of a demi-griffin rampant within a floral wreathed cartouche is engraved to the body. Height 525. See page 28. $7500 588 A pair of silver serving dishes and covers with removable handles by Paul Storr, London 1838. Of serpentine outlined oblong shape, with gadrooned rims and with shells forming handles at either end. The covers of conforming shape each with removable cast handles, modelled as naturalistic acanthus leaved boughs. The covers both engraved with an armorial attributed to Baron Charles Peter Shakerley (1792-1857) of Somerfield Park, Cheshire. The arms are Shakerley impaled with Webster of Ashfield, County Longford, Ireland above the motto ‘Nil Desperandum’ (Never Despair). The arms represent the conjoined families of Geoffery Shakerley, youngest son of Charles Watkins Shakerley who married Ellen Maria, daughter of James Agneau

Webster in April 1827. Both covers and dishes bear the crest of Shakerley: a garb (or wheat-sheaf) with hare salient. Each base marked with the London retailer’s mark ‘Storr & Mortimer’. Total weight 4kg. 365 x 265 x 145. See page 28. $25,000 589 A vintage Asprey & Co. silver cutlery service in the ‘Chippendale’ pattern, setting for eight people, includes in sets of eight; table knives, table forks, dessert knives, dessert forks, dessert spoons, pairs of fish eaters, soup spoons, teaspoons and coffee spoons, the set also including six tablespoons, two sauce ladles, one pair of fish servers and one five piece carving set, complete with original London purchase receipt dated 18.6.75. Sheffield 1973, maker Gee & Holmes. See page 28. $6000 590 An impressive Victorian period silver banquet salver, the pie crust rim with scrolling and acanthus leaf mouldings, the plain centre framed by a wide band of engraved floral, scroll and trellis design, raised on four cast scrolling feet, London 1845, maker William Kerr Reid. Diameter 510, weight approx. 3kgs. $6500 591 A silver George III period four piece teaset, London 1798 by Charles Aldridge. The oval section pot with wrythen fluting to the lower part of the body beneath a chased and engraved border of floral sprigs, the shoulder and the hinged lid edge with fine engraved detailing beneath a wrythen fluted dome surmounted by an urn finial. The swing handled sugar basket and milk jug of conforming decoration and similarly the oval pot stand. With accompanying sugar tongs of the same year by William Williams. See page 28. $2500 592 Two sets of 12 matching silver handled table and entree knives, thread pattern, stainless steel blades, the handles hallmarked London 1972. See page 28. $2600 593 A pair of Dutch silver bonbonieres, each with walls pierced and engraved with flowering tendrils, the serpentine rim extending to form two handles which issue from either side of the oval dish, raised on a conforming serpentine base with four feet. Width across handles 180. See page 28. $450 594 An impressive W.M.F. silver plate maiden decanter stand, she stands on a stylised base of whiplash type design with receptacles for six liqueur glasses (glasses absent), her arms outstretched supporting a cylindrical frame to which is fitted a cut crystal decanter still with original stopper. Maker’s marks impressed to base including # 168. 330 x 185 x 375. See page 11. $650 595 A silver trophy cup, Birmingham 1913. The plain ovoid bowl raised on a slender stem with a single knop from a spreading circular foot. Engraved ‘Auckland Mounted Rifle Club Challenge Cup, presented by Mr A.G. Guartley for Military Evolution’, and to the other side ‘Presented to Lieut. D. Dickson O.C. by Auckland Mounted Rifle Club as a mark of Appreciation & Esteem. 31st March 1919’ on ebonised stand. Height 203. $400

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610 Five pieces of silver, two small pickle forks, a small ladle and two George III period bottom marked dessert spoons, London 1767. $150 611 A large early 20thC Dutch silver caddy spoon, with a decorative cast handle and pierced and engraved bowl with a farmyard scene, import assay marked for Sheffield 1923. 110 x 61. $140 612 An early 20thC continental silver gilt caddy spoon, the saw tooth cut handle engraved with a religious figure, the oval bowl with a recumbent reindeer, various hallmarks, c.1910. $120 613 A Victorian period silver christening mug of can form, floral and leaf scroll engraving, presentation inscription, Sheffield 1894, maker Atkin Bros. Height 82. $140 614 A Victorian period three piece cased christening set including a spoon, fork and napkin ring, bead edge, all-over floral and scroll engraving, and fitted Morocco leather case, London 1876, maker John, Edward, Walter & John Barnard. $180

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615 A small hand knotted Persian carpet, decorated with a central floral medallion framed by leafy tendrils on a deep red ground, framed by a meander border incorporating lotus flower heads. 1210 x 630. Some wear. $250 616 An Afghan hand woven ground loomed kelim of two long sections sewn together, decorated with a striped pattern, some incorporating geometric motifs, principally plum, orange, and earthy tones. 3300 x 1800. $200 617 A small hand knotted Chinese carpet, wool pile, decorated with a stylised floral medallion and foliate tendrils on a russet coloured ground framed by a square scroll pattern and a floral meander border with ivory ground. 18870 x 920. $150 618 A small hand knotted Afghan tribal rug, the field decorated with bold geometric floral designs (war design), three border guards, shades of dark green, tan, black and pale yellow on a terracotta ground. Width 100, length 1500. $175 619 A hand knotted Persian Baluchi Zarnim rug, the field decorated with two rows of gul motifs, five border guards, in colours of rich red, dark blue, green, pale orange and ivory. Width 1080, length 1500. $200 620 Four cushions with old Persian rug faces. In muted vegetable die colours. $120 621 A Baluchi hand knotted prayer rug, the Mihrab with ivory ground decorated with stylised geometric boteh motifs, all framed by a rich plum red background and geometric flower head border. All wool. 1430 x 910. $250 622 An Iranian Afshar hand knotted wool

pile runner, decorated with nine conjoined hexagonal medallions to the field and with all-over decoration of scattered geometric motifs and hooked key designs, all on a rich salmon red ground, framed by multiple borders. 3860 x 890. $350 623 An Afghan Baluchi hand knotted rug, decorated with stylised figures, two horsemen, a geometric foliate pattern with muted earthy tones. 1860 x 1020. $300 624 An Afghan Turkoman hand knotted rug decorated with a multiple fielded ground incorporating numerous geometric motifs principally all outlined with hooked key motifs. All framed by a broad geometric repeat border and narrow guards. 2200 x 1220. $300 625 A Chinese hand knotted wool pile rug in the Aubusson manner, decorated with a sculpted floral medallion on a soft pink ground framed by floral festoons. 1550 x 930. $300 626 A Turkoman hand knotted rug. The indigo field decorated with three rows of four rectangular panels, all framed by multiple geometric patterned narrow borders. 2450 x 1420. $400 627 An old hand knotted Persian Bakhtiari rug, the field decorated with stylised floral motifs and central medallion, three border guards with central wide guard in shades of red, blue, rose pink, brown and ivory. Width 1500, length 2000. $450 628 A hand knotted Persian Kurdish rug, the field decorated with rows of small geometric medallions, multiple narrow border guards in colours of red, dark blue, tan and ivory. Width 1300, length 2400. $450 629 A hand knotted wool pile rug, Isphahan style, decorated with a central floral medallion, framed by entwined floral tendrils on a dark indigo field. The medallion repeated as quarters in the quadrants, all framed by a palmette border with russet background. Signed in the guard. 2310 x 1330. $400 630 An Iranian Zanjan hand knotted rug with a hexagonal central medallion within a lozenge shaped field of cherry red, decorated with scattered geometric motifs, framed by dark indigo quadrants and a lighter blue meander border. 2100 x 1290. $400 631 An Iranian hand knotted Kelardasht carpet. Wool pile on cotton foundation, the plum red seal decorated with four figures, a central geometric medallion and other scattered geometric and animal motifs all framed within a flower head border with deep indigo ground. 3000 x 1620. $400 632 An early 20thC Isfahan rug. Fine wool pile on cotton foundation. Decorated with a central floral medallion with conjoined palmette medallions, reserved on a faded plum ground, similar palmette designs decorate the quadrants, all framed by a floral meander

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641 An early 20thC oak Arts & Crafts seat, the bordered sides with curved tops, heart cut-out, pointed ecclesiastical arch at base, plain boarded back and seat. 560 x 350 x 795. $250

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642 A reproduction Georgian country oak cupboard, the two double panelled front doors opening and sliding internally to reveal a platform for a television, double panelled slides, and a platform base with some moulded detail, made by Sefton Powrie. 1030 x 595 x 1155. $350 643 A 19thC French pine dough bin of flared trough form, dovetailed joints, plain extending handles. 1080 x 500 x 240. $150 644 A Victorian dark oak spinning chair with ornate carved decoration, four bobbin turned legs and tall boarded back. $120 645 A New Zealand rimu colonial bookcase cabinet, with two sliding glazed doors enclosing three adjustable shelves with simple architectural cornice and raised on a plain plinth base. 1600 x 390 x 1610. $550 646 A rare New Zealand colonial kauri double bed with panelled headboard and foot, turned full column mouldings with large bun shaped finials, spindle decoration and arched pediments. Width 138, height of headboard 1335, makers label Scoullar & Chisholm, Dunedin $800 647 A New Zealand colonial kauri breakfront sideboard, the lower section with two single drawers above cupboards with carved panels linking an open shelf beneath a curved breakfront incorporating two drawers each with ornately carved foliate decoration, raised on a plinth base. The upper section with a mirrorback flanked by panels incorporating smaller mirrors and open shelves supporting from turned columns, an architectural cornice and surmounted by a break-arch pediment, all enhanced with carvings and turned finials. 1440 x 550 x 2270. $1500 648 A small New Zealand mottled kauri side table of oblong shape with a wide rewarewa border on slender turned legs with a platform base. Width 655, depth 420, height 690. Made from old timbers. $150 649 A New Zealand colonial kauri bedside cabinet of plain design, the single door with a central mottled panel, one internal shelf, original metal handle. Width 400, depth 350, height 760. $200 650 A New Zealand colonial kauri dressing table, the swing mirror on carved supports, each raised on a small drawer, the rectangular top with three frieze drawers above two cupboards with arched burr kauri panels flanked by half turned columns, platform bases raised on porcelain casters, burr kauri facias. 1130 x525 x 1790. This lot and the following were reputedly made in Te Kauwhata, c.1880. $1100 651 A colonial kauri and mottled kauri tile back wash stand matching the above dressing table, the tiled back with scrolling carved pediment, three frieze drawers and raised on two cupboards

with arched panels and half turned column mouldings, knee hole front. 1050 x 560 x 1320. $850 652 A New Zealand colonial kauri bookcase chiffonier, the restrained moulded pediment above two glazed doors enclosing adjustable shelves, the base with an ogee moulded full width drawer above two panelled doors flanked by half turned finial type mouldings, plinth base, totara knot highlights. 1150 x 575 x 2150. $1400 653 A quality Victorian figured walnut standing bookcase of two glazed doors with curves to top corners, flanked by restrained turned and fluted columns, plinth base and stepped pediment, enclosing adjustable shelves, complete with key. 122 x 360 x 1350. See inside back cover. $1650 654 A good Victorian period pine book case of plain design with twin glazed cupboard doors, three corbels beneath the top edge and a plinth base. Width 1340, depth 430, height 1000. $700 655 A Victorian mahogany chiffonier bookcase, the lower section with a single ogee frieze drawer above two doors with arched panelling, on a plinth base. The upper section with two conforming arched glazed doors enclosing shelves, beneath a stepped architectural cornice. Both upper and lower sections with carved decorative knees. 1230 x 530 x 2320. $1800 656 A small old mahogany wall mounted display cabinet of plain oblong shape with three lined internal shelves, single glass door and brass handle. Width 480, depth 160, height 1030. With key. $200 657 A mid 20thC oak book case with two glazed doors enclosing removable shelves, the cornice, frieze, plinth and door edges decoratively carved. 990 x 385 x 1120. $350 658 A George III oak bookcase bureau, the moulded pediment above two astragal glazed doors enclosing fitted shelves, the base with fall front enclosing various drawers and door above a full width frieze drawer with small band brackets to the tapered square section chamfered legs, open base. 1070 x 580 x 2280. $1250 659 A pair of 19thC mahogany standing bookcases, each with three fitted shelves flanked by plain turned columns, bordered sides, panelled back, open base section. 730 x 440 x 1530, 730 x 440 x 1360. See inside back cover. $800 660 An early 19thC country elm and pine wall mounted plate rack, the moulded cornice above three shelves each with tapered recess, the shaped sides with serpentine ends at the base. Old dark patina. 1720 x 185 x 1150. $550 661 A Victorian flame mahogany scotch chest, with serpentine top drawer above two of half width and three graduated drawers of full width, the

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latter five with glass handles, flanked by carved details, raised on a serpentine plinth base from turned legs. 1250 x 70 x 1390. $600 662 A Georgian flat front chest of five drawers, the fascia with a frieze of boxwood inlaid decoration above two drawers of half width and three of full width, all with cock beaded edges, turned bun handles, the lower three with inlaid bone escutcheons, raised on splay feet and with a shaped apron. 1000 x 500 x 1140. $600 663 A 19thC pine flat front chest of five drawers, two half width above three graduated of full width, each with dark wood turned small bun handles. 1035 x 510 x 1010. $650 664 A George III mahogany flat front chest of two short over three long drawers, oval brass plate back handles, splayed bracket feet, 1080 x 50 x 1080. $1750 665 A Victorian mahogany extension dining table, with single leaf extending to seat six to eight people, thumbnail moulded edge, raised on plain turned legs with brass capped casters. Length 1740, width 1215. $950 666 A large cedar plank top refectory dining table, the oblong top raised on a stretcher base. 2500 x 1000 x 760. $1500 667 A contemporary French style oak country refectory dining table, the rectangular plank top with clenched ends raised on pegged square section legs with internal chamfer, good mid/dark brown polish. Length 2200, width 915, height 755. $1250 668 A good Victorian period mahogany Dended extension dining table with two leaves, double thumbnail moulded edge, well proportioned gun barrel pedestal with platform base, four scroll feet and original brass casters. Width 1220, length extended 1820, height 725. To seat eight. $1200 669 A Regency period mahogany Pembroke table with traditional drop flaps, thumb moulded edge, single drawer, raised on an octagonal stepped column and four-way concave base with lion’s paw feet. $650 670 A Victorian figured walnut Sutherland table, the oval dropside top with a wavy thumb edge, raised on an opposing barley twist stretcher base supported from acanthus capped scroll feet. 1355 x 1000 extended. $800 671 A Regency period walnut twin pedestal sideboard of attractive small proportions with a central drawer and twin bowfront cupboards either side with reeded mouldings and turned wood handles, short architectural upstand and a plinth base. Width 1630, depth 570, height 1100. $1200 672 A c.1900 Georgian country style oak bureau, the fall front cross-banded enclosing a plain interior above three full width drawers, circular brass cup

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handles, plain bracket feet. Height 1100, width 980, depth 530. $450 673 A Georgian period flame mahogany fold-over top card table with rounded front corners, satinwood strung detail on slender turned legs, the hinged top enclosing a green baize interior. Length 910, depth 450, height 690. $1000 674 A Victorian period mahogany linen press, the ogee moulded pediment above two arched panelled doors enclosing linen slides all above the base of two short above two long drawers, turned knob handles, plinth base. 1200 x 525 x 2050. $1100 675 A George III period mahogany fall front bureau, the interior fitted with drawers and open sections above four full width graduated drawers, bracket feet. 910 x 510 x 1030. Repairs evident. $850 676 A 19thC country oak dresser, the overhanging top with ogee pediment supported on full turned columns in front of the plate rack back of two shelves, the base with two drawers above two panelled doors, bracket feet. 1320 x 550 x 2020. See inside back cover. $1200 677 A part 18thC European carved oak court cupboard with two half width drawers above a flared sided cupboard with a single front door mounted with a carved bust of a gent, the coffer form base with two panelled doors flanking a fixed central panel, heavy turned columns and short turned feet. 1360 x 500 x 1590. $1000 678 A 19thC European country pine coffer, the hinged lid above a false three drawer front with porcelain knobs and brass fittings, side handles, raised on tapered square section short legs. 1190 x 640 x 770. $475 679 A George III oak mule chest with hinged lid above the diamond carved panelled front with two doors, panelled sides, two drawers to the base, raised on short square section legs. 1250 x 545 x 895. See inside back cover. $850 680 A 19thC country pine dresser, the upstand back with two panel glazed doors enclosing fitted shelves above an open section with cut-away supports, the base with two frieze drawers above two panelled doors, bracket feet. 1150 x 530 x 2050. $850 680A A 19thc European country pine dresser of small proportions, turned half column mouldings, the upstand back with two shelves supported by painted columns, the painted base with two drawers above two cupboards with applied carved panels, raised on short feet. 980 x 450 x 1660. $850 681 A European pine dresser, the back section with two glazed doors flanking glazed fixed central panel, flanked by half turned column mouldings, all raised on short turned supports above the base with three full width drawers, porcelain knob handles, flanked by half column mouldings matching

above, raised on short turned legs. 1465 x 640 x 2020. $1150 682 A French painted sideboard, the superstructure fitted with two open shelves beneath a pediment with carved detail, raised on turned pilasters, the base with two frieze drawers above two panelled doors. Distressed pale blue painted finish. 1100 x 435 x 1860. $750 683 An old iron low table of ornate French style decorated with leaves, flowers, scrolls and large ball and claw feet, serpentine sides with a plate glass top. Length 1050, width 600, height 420. Chip on glass. $200 684 A 19thC European mahogany small proportion sideboard base, single frieze drawer above two shaped panel doors, short turned legs, carved details to the corners. $650 685 Two early 20thC oak carved side chairs in the Jacobean manner. $200 686 A 19thC oak Carolean type chair with an ornate carved back, turned columns, Wycombe caned back panel and seat. $200 687 An Edwardian period mahogany three piece parlour suite, settee and a pair of single chairs, carved Arabic style lattice carved decoration, tapering square section front legs with spade feet, red and ivory velvet covers. $450 688 A pair of French style wingback armchairs with shaped fronts, cabriole front legs, ivory paint finish with gilded carved decoration, floral velvet covers and loose cushions. See inside back cover. $650 689 A pair of Georgian oak bar back elbow chairs, each with solid feet and later loose cushions. $250 690 A C1900 quality French ‘a duchesse brisee’, comprising a pair of bergere armchairs flanking the central ‘labouret’ (foot stool), all with fine carved walnut frame, decoration of linked leaves, scrolls and bows, tapered reeded legs, vintage distressed pale gold/green upholstery. Length overall 1900. $2600 691 A Louis XVI style fauteuil. The celadon painted frame set with a square panelled upholstered back in self-patterned silk brocade and similarly the feet, raised on tapering fluted legs. See inside back cover. $250 692 A red leather roll-arm button-backed Chesterfield couch with three loose cushions to the seat. Width 1880. $400 693 A late 19thC Biedermeier style mahogany and upholstered couch with curving solid wood sides, a slightly domed top and scrolled decoration to the front, upholstered in a striped blue and cream woven fabric with matching bolster cushions to each end. Horse hair and straw stuffing, fan decoration to each arm with four scrolling feet. Width 2230. $750

694 A vintage French fancy wirework plant stand of three graduated circular tiers on a square section base with a central flower holder, white paint finish. Height 115, max. diameter 650. $375 695 A bronzed metal figurative lamp. The whistling boy stands bare chested, a sickle tied to his breeches, five arching foliate stems carry amber coloured shades behind and above him. Height 880. $350 696 A Regency mahogany toilet swing mirror, restrained turned columns to the rectangular box base of two short drawers, compressed bun feet. $250 697 Two old Chinese elm low stools, the open tops inset with panels of woven rawhide, raised on four legs united by stretchers. 460 x 360 x 300. $175 697A A pair of Victorian period balloon back dining chairs, carved detail to the backs, cabriole front legs. $220 698 An Edwardian period Chippendale style personal standing screen, fretwork panels, the main panel of embroidered silk highlighted with stylised bats and various motifs, floral border. Stretched base. 800 x 900. $225 699 A Japanese elm scholar’s table, c.1880’s, with three small drawers to front and ink stains to top. Height 300, width 770, depth 355. $320 700 A tall Japanese two section stained cedar tansu chest. Meiji period. With sliding door cupboards above ten drawers of various sizes. With iron straps, lock, corners and handles. Height 1650. $600 701 A New Zealand carved rimu Arts & Craft long case clock, the hood carved ‘Tempus Fugit’ with glazed door flanked by two plain columns above the long door with moon and tree design, the dial with an ivory coloured chapter ring, Roman numerals and with gilded brass fittings, maker’s name A. Henderson, Masterton. Note this clock was presented by Mrs C.S.Vallance of Masterton for the ‘Grand Village Fair’, raising funds for the local Y.M.C.A. 1907, the interior case with original label, ticket and newspaper cuttings about the event. Height 2220, width 665. $850 702 A Georgian period oak country long case clock of attractive small proportions, plain case with a square hood, full column mouldings and a moulded pediment, the circular brass dial with Roman numerals and decorated spandrels, marked ‘Jos Kember, Shaw (Manchester)’. The 30 hour “birdcage” type movement with going and striking trains in tandem. Height 2000. $1200

PAINTINGS & PRINTS

703 Jean-Baptiste Dusillion (French, 1748 1788), trompe l’oeil interior of the artist’s studio, watercolour and gouache on

hand made paper, signed I.B.Dusillion and dated 1763. Some surface faults and slight damage to paper. 620 x 520. In later oak frame. See inside back cover. $600 704 Jean-Baptiste Dusillion (French, 1748 1788), trompe l’oeil interior with group of musical instruments, watercolour and gouache on hand made paper, signed I.B.Dusillion. Some surface faults and slight damage to paper. 630 x 525. In later oak frame. See inside back cover. $550 705 Alan Pearson ‘Window’, ‘La Finestra 1’, mixed media on paper, signed, entitled and dated ’80, labelled on reverse, 480 x 325, framed under glass. See back cover. $2000 706 J. Brown, lake scene with figures and cattle on a boat, 19thC oil on canvas. 240 x 440, signed, original ornate gilt frame. $350 707 Charles Edward Brittan (1837-1888), an extensive highland landscape with cattle, watercolour, signed, 350 X 510. $600 708 Artist unknown, oil on panel, Dutch fishing boats returning at evening, signed indistinctly. In plaster moulded frame. 530 x 655. See inside back cover. $250 709 Johan Hendrik Weissenbruch (18241903), oil on board, extensive Polder landscape with boatmen, signed. In ornate gilt plaster frame. Heavily crazed. 625 x 905. $800 710 Leslie Smyth (19thC British) oil on canvas, extensive Scottish landscape with watering cattle and figures. 745 x 1230. See inside back cover. $375 710A Arthur Victor Gregory (1867-1957 Australian), The Joseph Craig in Stormy Sea, watercolour with white heightening, signed and dated ’08, 420 x 630, wide oak frame with gilt slip under glass. Note: The Dunblane commenced her maiden voyage 11 June 1878 to Port Adelaide and until 1907 sailed in various trades for different owners. In April 1907, she came under the flag of J.J. Craig and was renamed Joseph Craig. She sailed in Craig’s Trans-Tasman Trades until 1914 when she was sold to Huddart Parker Ltd. She sailed for Auckland and ran aground on Rough Rock in a squall, she was towed into port by the tug Awhina, then discharged and docked. She sailed for Hokianga and was then wrecked in a squall leaving the harbour. Provenance; Ex. the Roie Grundy (Roie Davison) collection, on loan to Highwic and Alberton Houses, originally housed in ‘Torea View’, Hill St. Onehunga. Grand-daughter of Capt. William Grundy of nautical fame. See back cover. $3800 711 Artist unknown, oil on board, Dutch coastal landscape with windmill and fishing boats, a townscape in the distance. Signed indistinctly. 405 x 500. See inside back cover. $200

712 W. Barnasconi, oil on board, Dutch winter landscape with a windmill, signed. In ornate gilt frame. 220 x 325. $125 713 Jan de Leeuw, Polder landscape with oost houses and praam, oil on board, signed. 665 x 470. $150 714 W.H. Perry, pair of oils on canvas ‘At the Fair’ and ‘Your Health my Boy’, initialled, signed and entitled verso. Each 240 x 190. $175 715 Artist unknown, portraits of an 18thC couple. Pencil, signed indistinctly. 180 x 135. $100 716 Renee Lorrain (1873-?), Luxembourg Gardens, Paris, aquatint engraving, signed. 345 x 490. $140 717 19thC, artist unknown, oil on board, ‘Blind Man’s Buff’ in a plaster gilt frame. 130 x 190. See inside back cover. $500 718 Filarski, oil on board, Continental rural landscape with farm buildings, signed and dated 1946. 525 x 640. $125 719 Two aquatint engravings after J. Nash (19thC British) - ‘Terrace Branshill Houts’ and ‘Penshurst Hunt’. 295 x 395 ea. $ 140 720 A Victorian period coloured print ‘What Will They Say of This in England’ (Wellington to the Troops at Waterloo). 575 x 780, published by Gilbert Whitehead & Co. after Robert Hillingford. $150 720A F. Njiraini, African village scene with figures, oil on board, signed, 905 x 1230. $200 721 Shelley Ryde, ‘Magic Circle 1’, abstract oil on canvas, 1200 x 980, signed, titled and dated ’89. $250 722 Emily Jackson ‘Day of The Monarch’, acrylic on canvas, signed, entitled and dated 1980 on reverse. 725 x 1175. $450 723 Paul Hartigan, ‘Vessels Of Gold’, print, signed, entitled and dated 1991. 560 x 760. $200 724 Gordon Crook, ‘Pink Cross’, Ltd. Ed. print 1/10, initialled, entitled, numbered and dated ’83. 945 x 675, framed under glass. $450 725 Els Noordhof, still life, watercolour heightened with white, signed and dated 1992. 65 x 650. $300 726 A. Funnell, Alberton House, watercolour, signed and dated ’78. 440 x 575. $100 727 Raymond Ching, Kingfishers, Ltd. Ed. print, 549/850. 630 x 480. $150 728 Early 20thC New Zealand artist unknown, ‘R.M.S. Ruahine’ naive oil on canvas, initialled A.T.H. and dated 4/10/19, 420 x 720, original oak frame. See back cover. $250 729 A New Zealand artist unknown, ‘R.M.S. Norman’, study of the hospital ship,

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with twin funnels, naive oil on canvas, initialled A.T.H. and dated ’19, 430 x 715, original oak frame. See back cover. $200 730 Henry William Kirkwood (1854-1925), George Sound, oil on canvas, 600 x 900, ornate gilt frame. $2000 731 H.W. Kirkwood, Coastal Bluff Mercury Island, oil on canvas, initialled, 880 x 605. See back cover. $950 732 Unsigned oil on board, coastal rocks, the frame bears a silver label ‘H.W. Kirkwood’. 290 x 190. $140 733 Douglas Badcock, ‘Old Beech Trees Near Lake Ohau’, oil on board, signed and dated ’62, labelled on reverse, 390 x 500, wide gilt frame. See back cover. $1400 734 John Douglas Perrett, ‘Moon Light Rangitoto’, a pastel on board, signed, 250 x 500, in original oak frame under glass, entitled on reverse. See back cover. $750 735 A John Douglas Perrett ‘Sunset on the Pacific’, pastel on board, signed and entitled on reverse, 235 x 575, original oak frame under glass. $450 736 John Douglas Perrett ‘Sunset Catlins River’, a pastel, entitled, signed and dated 1913 on reverse. Diameter 190, original oak frame with borer, under glass. $275 737 T.R. Attwood alpine scene, oil on board, 870 x 490, signed. Some faults. $250 738 P.M. Feeney coastal scene, stormy seas, colonial oil on canvas, 430 x 740, signed and dated ’81. Original frame. $200 739 Charles Frederick Goldie, ‘Conrad Smith’ and ‘Ma’a Nonu’, pencil portraits, signed, entitled and dated 3/05 and signed by Nonu. 330 x 420. $220 740 Two framed works, a vintage Goldie print, ‘A Good Joke’ in original frame and a vintage black and white photo by Steele of a Maori woman with moko. $100 741 Colonial oil painting, unsigned, Auckland Wharf scene with steam and sail boats. 500 x 755, later gilt frame, some distress. $200 742 L. Hay Campbell, wharf scene with ship and cargo, signed. 225 x 295, framed under glass, some distress. $80 743 S. Croft, pair of New Zealand colonial oils on board, one signed, one initialled. 290 x 430, original frames, repainted. $200

744 Cynthia Taylor, untitled coastal scene, watercolour. Signed and dated ’86. 695 x 990. $200 745 Cynthia Taylor ‘Coastline of Coromandel’, pastel triptych. Signed, dated ’86. Each 680 x 455. $200 746 Louise Henderson large carved marble sculpture of a seated Pacific woman, one elbow to her thigh, the other to her knee, one hand to her shoulder, her face raised. Fine markings evident to the entire surface. Height approx. 1000. See page 5. $6000 747 Peter McIntyre inlet scene with moored launches, oil on artist’s board, unsigned, 385 x 470, contemporary silvered frame. See back cover. $3000 748 John Weeks (1886-1965) The Avon, oil on canvas laid on board, Certificate of Authenticity attached verso from the artist’s estate. 225 x 310. See back cover. $2000 749 Charles Henry Howarth, Wanganui River, oil on board, signed, 345 x 500, framed. See back cover. $1200 750 Brian Baxter, ‘Okiwi Bay, Kaikoura Coast’, oil on board, signed and dated ’75. 440 x 895. $180 751 Brian Baxter ‘Remarkables from Lake Wakatipu, Queenstown’, oil on board, signed and dated ’75. 440 x 895. $180 752 Robert Ellis, ‘Aroha’, Ltd. Ed. print 13/50, signed, numbered and dated 1991. 725 x 525, framed under glass. $375 753 Attwood, ‘Wanganui River’, oil on artist’s board, signed and entitled. 600 x 220, original frame. $150 754 C.J.E. (photographer unknown), vintage photograph ‘Sunrise. Milford Beach, Takapuna’, initialled and entitled, 260 x 355, original oak frame under glass. $100 755 A pair of Whites Aviation photographs ‘White Terraces 1886’ and ‘Pink Terraces 1886’, hand coloured, signed and entitled, labelled on reverse, 375 x 675 ea., both gilt framed. $300 756 Whites Aviation vintage photograph, Yachts on Auckland Harbour, hand coloured, signed, 490 x 740, original frame under glass. $175 757 Whites Aviation vintage photograph, Yachts on Auckland Harbour, hand coloured, signed, 480 x 735, original thin oak frame under glass. See back cover. $175

758 Whites Aviation vintage photograph, Yachts Racing Auckland Harbour, hand coloured, signed. 500 x 600, original frame under glass. $175 759 Whites Aviation vintage photograph, Yachts Racing Auckland Harbour, hand coloured, signed. 500 x 600, original frame under glass. See back cover. $175 760 A large format black and white vintage photograph of the Rona under full sail, unsigned, 580 x 430, original oak frame under glass. $200 761 Henry Winkelmann vintage photograph of a racing yacht, hand coloured, signed and dated 1909. 300 x 380, unframed, some distress. $150 762 Henry Winkelmann attributed, Yachts Racing Auckland Harbour, vintage black and white photograph, unsigned. 300 x 390, original oak frame under glass. See back cover. $275 763 Henry Winkelmann attributed, Yachts racing Auckland Harbour, vintage black and white photograph, unsigned. 295 x 385, original oak frame under glass, matching above. See back cover. $275 764 Henry Winkelmann attributed, Yachts racing Auckland Harbour, vintage black and white photograph, unsigned 335 x 250, original oak frame under glass matching above lots. $250 765 Henry Winkelmann attributed, Yachts Racing Auckland Harbour, vintage black and white photograph, unsigned, entitled on reverse ‘Might be Viking. North Head in the Background’. 225 x 340, original oak frame under glass, matching above lots. $ 250 766 Henry Winkelmann attributed, Yachts Racing Auckland Harbour, vintage black and white photograph, unsigned, 305 x 390, original oak frame under glass matching above lots. See back cover. $275 767 Brownie Downing, elf and young girl in a magical garden, original watercolour, untitled, signed, 260 x 175, some foxing, with French mat in gilt frame under glass. $200

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