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ALL ESTIMATES EXCLUDE THE BUYERS PREMIUM OF 15% INCL VAT Fine Art and Decorative Items Friday 1st June 2018 at 4pm Viewing – Thursday 31st May 12 Noo...
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Fine Art and Decorative Items Friday 1st June 2018 at 4pm Viewing – Thursday 31st May 12 Noon – 4.30pm Day of Sale 9.00am – 3.30pm

www.salisburyauctioncentre.co.uk Telephone: 01722 321215 Fax: 01722 421553 Email: [email protected]

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Fine Art and Decorative Items Friday 1st June 2018 at 4pm PLEASE NOTE WE NO LONGER TAKE CREDIT CARDS. Whilst online bidding is no longer available at this sale, we are happy to undertake both commission and telephone bidding in the strictest of confidence on behalf of our UK clients. Once you have fully satisfied yourself as to the description and condition of your intended purchases we ask that you fill out our simple form and we will do the rest. WE DO NOT ACCEPT BIDS FROM OVERSEAS BUYERS. Absentee bids must be with us by midday on the day of the sale. Telephone bids must be booked by 4pm on the day prior to the sale as there is a limit to the number of telephone bids we can execute – we cannot guarantee to give you a telephone line, in which case we will accept an absentee commission bid which will be executed on your behalf by the auctioneer who will purchase the lot as cheaply as possible against any reserve or other bids. A visit to the saleroom on our Fine Art Sale Day will also allow you to view our Antique and Collectable Sale which immediately follows the Fine Art Section. This section of the sale has a variety of approximately 175 lots, which is catalogued the week of the sale, the catalogue for this section, as well as the Fine Art catalogue, is available to view on our website www.salisburyauctioncentre.co.uk Please note our low Buyers Premium of 12.5% (plus VAT). Lots marked with a ‘V’ will have added VAT.

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Silver and Old Sheffield Plate (All Weights Approximate) 1 A late Victorian silver waiter, engraved foliage with a raised moulded border, with scrolling foliage, on foliage chased feet, 6.5in (16.5cm) Makers Barker Brothers, Birmingham 1899, 6oz (169gm) together with a circular ring box, the hinged lid with veneer of mother of pearl squares, divided by strips of tortoiseshell, blue velvet liner, on four panel tapering feet, 4in (10cm) diameter, Maker P.J.F, Birmingham 1924 (2) £100-150

3 A pair of silver circular candlesticks, the octagonal panelled urn shape candleholders, with detachable nozzles, to tapering stems, on loaded moulded edge bases, 10in (26cm) Makers Hawkesworth Eyre & Co., Sheffield 1923. £100-200

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Lot 1 2 A George III silver agricultural prize goblet, inscribed the 'Agricultural Society at the Hundred of West Derby to Mr John Rimmer, an honorary cup for exertion on his farm, 1809, 7in (17.5cm) Maker Thomas Hayter, London 1809, 7.5oz (239gm) £400-600

4 A large George III silver Argyle or coffee biggin, the partly ribbed ovoid vase shape body, with a conforming cover, having a ribbed acorn shape finial, engraved a crest of crossed lion paws, having a scroll spout, the interior with a lidded tubular warmer, a moulded scroll wood handle, on a spreading foot, 9.5in (24cm) Maker John Emes, London 1803, 29oz (876gm all in) £12001800

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5 A late Victorian silver circular mustard pot, with pierced fretwork sides, the hinged lid with a winged thumbpiece, to a bracket handle, a blue glass liner, Maker Charles Stuart Harris, London 1892, a George II Newcastle silver salt, with blue glass liner, on hoof feet, 1753 and a pair of Chester silver knife rests, 1928, 7oz (226gm) (4) £100-150

Lot 5 6 A silver copy of an early Georgian candelabrum, the three branches with spool shape candleholders, a central baluster nozzle to a knopped baluster stem, on a square welled base with concave corners, 8.5in (21.5cm) Makers J.B Chatterley & Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1979, 26oz (823gm) £400-500

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8 An early George II silver covered sugar bowl, with a rim foot, Maker probably Robert Lucas, London 1738, 9oz (282gm) £800-1200

Lot 8 9 A silver baluster pepper mill, Birmingham 1929 and a thistle shape late Victorian silver child's mug, with beaded scroll handle, Makers Fordham & Falkner, Sheffield 1899, 8oz (267gm gross) (2) £80-120

Lot 9 10 A pair of George II cast silver candlesticks, the knopped panelled stems with moulded shoulders, the campana shape candleholders with a girdle moulding, the welled square bases with a serpentine moulded border, 6.5in (16.5cm) Maker James Gould, London 1738, 25.75oz (816gm) £2500-3500

7 A Victorian Scottish silver wine goblet, the bell shape bowl engraved foliage swags, with a vacant laurel cartouche, beaded borders, gilded inside, a bead knop stem foot, 5.5in (14cm) Makers Marshall & Sons, Edinburgh 1871, 4.75oz (148gm) £100-150 Lot 10

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11 A George III silver meat skewer, engraved a crest, having a ring terminal, 14in (36cm) Makers Peter Anne and William Bateman, London 1805. £100-150

15 A George III Old Sheffield Plate large circular salver, engraved a Baron's coat of arms with motto, within a floral swag border, a raised beaded edge, on panel feet, tinned back, later initials and date, Hamilton and Others, 14in (36cm) diameter, circa 1775. £100-150

Lot 11 12 A child's silver mug, with 'C' scroll handle, Birmingham 1920 and a silver bowl, 4.5in (11cm) diameter, Maker Richard Comyns, 1945, 11.5oz (367gm) (2) £100-150

Lot 12 13 A Victorian Irish silver wine goblet, the bowl gilded inside, on a circular stem foot, 6.25in (16cm) Maker J Smyth, Dublin 1868, 9.5oz (308gm) £400-600

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Lot 15 16 A Carolean Commonwealth silver caudle cup, the swelling body lightly chased with flowers, the lip with a later double crest (for a marriage,) having two cast chased cherub head scroll handles, 4in (10cm) Makers mark T.A with a mullet inbetween, London 166, a possible attribution to Thomas Allen, see David M Mitchell Silver, of the Elizabethan and Stuart periods of England, for a similar mark. £2000-3000

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14 An early Victorian rectangular silver snuff box, engraved in tartan effect, the hinged lid with initials, swelling sides, the interior gilded, 3.15in (8cm) Maker Thomas Shaw, Birmingham 1838, 2.5oz (78gm) £150-250

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17 A George IV hip flask, with detachable cup base and screw on cover, 6in (15.25cm) Makers Walker and Hall, Sheffield 1910, 7.5oz (242gm) £200-250

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18 A pair of early nineteenth century Indo Portuguese silver candlesticks, with petal banded cylindrical stems with swag engraved candle holders, with square detachable nozzles, with pierced fretwork galleries repeated to the borders of the flared square bases, 11in (28cm) (apparently unmarked) 24.25oz (790gm) £100-200

Lot 18 19 A Victorian silver drum shape mustard pot, the pierced fretwork side with bead edges, the hinged lid with a cast scallop shell thumbpiece, with a scroll handle, a blue glass liner, Makers Aldwinkle and Slater, London 1889, 3.25oz (103gm) £100-150

21 Charles T and George Fox. A fine early Victorian cast silver figural taperstick, of a gardener holding a bud nozzle in his left hand and a basket of flowers held up in his apron, standing on a repousse domed rococo circular base, 6in (15cm) London 1842, 8oz (256gm) £800-1200

Lot 21 22 An Arts and Crafts spoon, attributed to Archibald Knox, Makers Liberty & Co, Birmingham 1899, 3oz (909gm) £100-150

Lot 22 Lot 19 20 A pair of late Victorian silver quatreform dessert baskets, the pierced fretwork shaped sides with vacant cartouches, foliage scroll borders, on chased pierced feet, 9.5in (24cm) Makers James Dixon & Son, Sheffield 1893, 21oz (674gm) £200-300

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23 An early George II silver horse racing trophy cup, the bell shaped part fluted body, with a leaf capped scroll scale and a scallop shell cartouche, engraved a horse and jockey, beneath a cable moulding with petals, two capped hollow scroll handles, on a domed moulded foot, 5in (12.5cm) Maker Thomas Tearle, London 1730, 11.5oz (365gm) £400-600

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24 An early George II silver sauceboat, the fret outline oval bowl, engraved a crest having a cast capped scroll handle, on a cast moulded collet foot, Maker probably Thomas England, London 1732, 11.25oz (362gm) £800-1000

27 A George III silver soup ladle, Old English Pattern, engraved an initial, 12in (30cm) Maker Thomas Paine Dexter 1809, a George IV silver Fiddle Pattern basting spoon, engraved an initial, Maker William Eaton, London 1822 and two colonial Old English Pattern silver table spoons, 13oz (426gm) (4) £100-150

Lot 24 25 A Victorian electrotype silver on copper wall charger, decorated in Renaissance Cellini classical style, with a raised central boss, 19.25in (49cm) £100-150

Lot 27 28 A George IV silver and parcel gilt rectangular table snuff box, engine turned with a chased border, to the initialled hinged lid, the interior inscribed, scrolling foliage chased repousse ogee sides, 3.5in (9cm) Maker Thomas Shaw, Birmingham 1826, 5oz (153gm) £400-600

Lot 25 26 A George III silver elliptical tea caddy, with fluted panels to the sides, engraved a coat of arms in a shield, with a Latin motto, a lock to the domed hinged cover, with a ring handle, 6in (15cm) across x 5in (12.5cm) high, Makers Andrew Fogelberg and Stephen Gilbert, London 1789, 14oz (458gm) £1200-1800

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Lot 28 29 An art deco silver shallow circular dish, with two reeded sunray strapped side handles, 7in (18cm) diameter, Makers J B Chatterley & Son Ltd, Birmingham 1937, 9oz (292gm) £100-150

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30 A George II silver quart baluster tankard, engraved a contemporary coat of arms, above a girdle moulding, the domed hinged moulded cover with a chair back thumbpiece, a capped hollow scrolling handle, with an acorn terminal, the tuck in base on a cast moulded foot, 7.5in (19cm) Maker Robert Brown, London 1736, 28oz (860gm) £2500-3500

33 A Victorian silver wine goblet, with oval beaded cartouches, (one with a repousse cast applied cockerel) on a knopped circular stem foot, 6.4in (16cm) Maker Henry William Curry, London 1874, 4oz (122gm) £200-250

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Lot 30 31 A George III silver cream pail, the wirework sides applied ribbon tied trailing foliage, a gadroon rim with a floral and cable twist swing handle, a blue glass liner, 3in (7.5cm) Maker William Vincent, London 1769, 3oz (88gm) £280-320

34 A pair of George 1st cast silver candlesticks, the urn shape candleholders with a girdle moulding, on knopped hexagonal stems, to welled hexagonal bases, 6.5in (16.5cm) Maker Jonathan Robinson 1st, London 1721, 23.25oz (683gm) £5000-7000

Lot 31 32 A small George III Newcastle silver circular mustard pot, the domed hinged cover with a pierced thumbpiece and scroll handle, a blue glass liner, Maker Langlands and Robertson, circa 1775. £180-220

Lot 34 35 A French provincial silver rectangular snuff box, with flat chasing of foliage gilded interior, 3.25in (8cm) probably late eighteenth century/early nineteenth century, later import marks, 3.6oz (113gm) £200-300

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36 Benjamin Smith II. A Regency silver rectangular tray, the centre engraved a monogram within a foliage scrolling flat chased border, the raised sides with a reeded tied border, interspersed sprays of grapevines, rounded corners, having two cast entwined reeded cornucopia, fruit appliqué handles, 26in (66cm) (erasure to the centre) 140oz (4305gm) £2000-3000

38 A Victorian silver chamber candlestick, engraved a crest of a beaver, the waisted candleholder with a detachable nozzle, the base with a shaped moulded raised border, a scroll capped handle, the detachable extinguisher with rubbed marks, Maker William Moulson, London 1850, 13.25oz (425gm) £300-400

Lot 38 Lot 36 36A A pair of George III silver Fiddle Pattern serving tongs, engraved a stags head crest, Makers William Eley, William Fearn and William Chawner, London 1808, 5.5oz (178gm) £100-150

Lot 36A 37 A Royal silver wedding commemorative silver goblet, inscribed, having a matt gilt knop, to a flared foot, 5.75in (14.5cm) Makers Mappin and Webb, London 1972, 6.5oz (215gm) £100-150

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39 A Chinese novelty silver ink sander, of a hooded hunched little old man, 2in (5cm) £80-120

Lot 39 40 A William IV silver castle top vinaigrette, with a chased view of Kenilworth, an engine turned base, raised chased borders, the gilded interior with a pierced foliage engraved grille (one small knuckle on the hinge appears to be missing) 1.5in (4cm) Maker Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1837. £600-800

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41 A pair of Regency Sheffield plate three light candelabra, with gadroon borders, with campana shape candleholders, detachable nozzles and drip pans to the reeded scrolling twin branches, with acanthus ties, the baluster stems on loaded circular bases, 19in (48cm) £150-200

44 A three stone diamond ring, in a gold coloured metal claw setting, probably early twentieth century, but reset. £2000-3000

Lot 44 45 A gold ring set four diamond chips, in a square tablet setting, a gold cross set a small diamond, with fine chain and a carved late Victorian gold ring, the carved setting with a diamond (3) £100-200

Lot 41 42 A late Victorian novelty six piece menu holder set, of a frog band, playing a variety of musical instruments, Maker Jacob Silverman, one London 1899, five London 1901, with reg'd number to the back support ring, 3.5oz (112gm) £800-1200

Lot 45 46 A Georgian rose diamond set cluster ring, the blue enamel background damaged, the gilt metal setting showing old soft solder repair. £100-150

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Jewellery, Objects and Clocks 43 A reconstituted amber necklace, approximately 60oz, an amber set cross in white metal .925, a pair of amber earrings and an amber drop pendant, (5) £200-300

Lot 46 47 A Royal artillery officers lady's brooch, diamond chips with blue enamel in gold setting. £150-200

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47A A late Victorian gold propelling pencil and a pencil lead case (2) £100-150

49A A French late nineteenth century lady's gold fob watch, with a brooch pendant fixing, a cream enamel dial with blue Arabic numerals, the back and the brooch encrusted with sapphires and small diamonds, cased. £300-500

Lot 47A 48 Two Victorian gold target brooches, the larger set with amethyst, 1.5in (4cm) diameter, the smaller with a scrolling chased border, 1in (2.5cm) diameter, (2) £150-200

Lot 49A 50 A large oval blue opal ring, flanked by two diamonds, in a carved gold setting, boxed. £500-700

Lot 48 49 Five various ring settings, comprising; a sapphire and diamond eternity ring, a pink and white stone hinged ring, a blue single cut stone ring, the setting stamped 18ct, a tigers eye ring in gold setting and a thin old platinum wedding band, boxed (5) £80-120

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Lot 50 51 A vintage cultured pearl necklace, 17in (43cm) the pierced back gold snap set with a garnet and cultured pearls. £100-150

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52 A vintage cultured pearl three strand bracelet, approx 7in (18cm) the pierced back, gold snap set, a red semi precious tablet cut stone, with seed pearl surround, with a fine guard chain. £100-150

56 An Art Deco diamond set brooch, in white gold setting, a chip and an inclusion to the large centre stone. £600-800

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Lot 52 53 A 1960's 9ct gold bark effect designer brooch, together with a tigers eye open style brooch, stamped 9ct, approx 25oz (all in) (2) £100-150

57 A Japanese late nineteenth century carved ivory dragon boat netsuke, of musicians and muses sailing on a wave, red signature seal mark Meji, 3.25in (8.1cm) £150-250

Lot 53 54 A 9ct yellow gold Royal Lymington yacht club bargee brooch, together with a locket and chain and a pair of fillgrie earrings (5) £100-150

Lot 57 58 A late nineteenth century French brass cased carriage clock, the eight day movement striking on a gong, the circular white enamel dial, with Arabic numerals, with a matt gilt surround, in a moulded framed case, with a swing handle, 5.25in (13cm) with a blue leather covered travelling case. £200-300

Lot 54 55 A red stone set, yellow gold coloured metal flower brooch, set small rubies in the centre bearing Far Eastern marks, together with a yellow gold coloured metal scroll and leaf set, red stone brooch with Far Eastern marks (2) £100-150 Lot 58

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59 A French nineteenth century four glass mantel clock, the eight day drum movement inscribed with Miroy Requier & Co., Paris, London no 876, with a mercury compensated pendulum, a circular white enamel dial, inscribed Elkington & Co., London, the chapter ring with Roman numerals, in a moulded gilt brass case, the plinth on short bracket feet, 11.75in (30cm) £200-300

62 A walnut duet stool, with a drop in rectangular seat, the frame on cabriole legs, to spade feet, 3ft 1.5in (96cm) £100-150

Lot 62 63 A Sheraton mahogany dressing table, the inverted serpentine top, above three frieze drawers, an arcaded central frieze flanked by two drawers, brass knob handles, on square tapering legs, 3ft 6in (107cm) £350-450

Lot 59 60 An early Victorian Malby's travelling terrestrial globe, dated 2nd March 1841, in a turned wood case, with cover, 4.25in (11cm high) £100-200

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Lot 63 64 A Regency mahogany swing toilet mirror, the rectangular glass, on ring turned supports, turned finials, the flame veneered top breakfront box base with three drawers, brass knob handles, on ebonized ball feet, 22.25in (56.5cm) £80-120

Furniture 61 A Victorian mahogany coaching table, the hinged reeded edge folding top on 'X' frame legs, with turned stretchers, 3ft 2in (96.5cm) (opened) £100-200 Lot 64

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65 A Victorian walnut étagère, the four graduated serpentine fronted shelves, with pierced fretwork backs, the figured veneer inlaid stringing, having an oval mirror surmount, with pierced scrolling to the frame, on turned side supports, with turned finials, the turned feet on casters, 31in (79cm) wide x 4ft 9in (145cm) high. £100-200

Lot 65 66 A pair of Sheraton mahogany elbow chairs, with vertical rail backs, shaped crests and scrolling arms, to dished seats, on front square tapering legs, with 'H' stretchers. £100-150

68 A Beidermeir style birch cabinet, the top formerly with marble, fitted shelves enclosed by a pair of glazed doors, on front ebonized paw feet, 4ft 4in (132cm) wide x 4ft (148cm) high (nineteenth century) £100-150 Lot 68

69 A George III mahogany bow fronted hanging corner cupboard, the moulded cornice above a veneered frieze, with an oval marquetry cowrie shell, to the front inlaid stringing, the interior with three shelves, enclosed by a pair of doors, 29in (71cm) £100-150

Lot 69 Lot 66 67 An early nineteenth century Chinese hardwood low table, the square cleated edge top, on four legs, to scroll feet, 19.75in (50cm) £200-300

70 A pair of George III Hepplewhite elbow chairs, with upholstered oval backs, mahogany padded open arms with fluted fronts, the serpentine front stuffed over seats, on front turned fluted and waisted legs, back turned mahogany legs, circa 1775, (rerailed) £300-400

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71 A matching George III Hepplewhite elbow chair, upholstered in different material. £100-200

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74 A William IV faded mahogany loo table, the well figured veneered tilt top on a triform pillar stem and base, the scroll moulded feet on brass casters, 3ft 5.5in (131cm diameter) £100-200

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72 A Sheraton mahogany veneered side table, fitted a drawer with brass ring handles, inlaid ebony banded frieze, later inlaid brackets, on square tapering legs, 3ft 0.5in (92.5cm) £200-300

75 An early eighteenth century walnut veneered chest, with herringbone banding, the cross banded top later reveneered, with a moulded edge, the two short and three long graduated drawers oak lined, fitted later brass plate handles and escutcheons, on later bracket feet (formerly with bun feet) 34.5in (87.5cm) £200-300

Lot 72 73 A pair of Hepplewhite mahogany side chairs, with pierced serpentine cartouche shape backs, with a slender splat and vertical rails, the stuffed over seats, on front square tapering legs. £80-120

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Lot 75 76 A Charles II side table, the oak top with moulded edge, above a channelled front narrow drawer on side runners, iron handles to a ball turned yew wood frame, with turned and block legs, with high stretchers and an elongated 'H' stretcher, on turned feet, 31in (79cm) £8001200

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77 A seventeenth century oak coffer, the triple panelled hinged lid, to a thumbcut frieze, above three panels, with stop fluted stiles, 3ft 6in (107cm) £100-200

80 An oak gateleg table, the oval drop leaf top, above an end frieze drawer, on baluster turned block legs, with stretchers, on turned feet, 4ft 6in (137cm) x 6ft 1in (186cm) £100-200

Lot 77 78 A late seventeenth century oak mule chest, the geometric panelled front, with arcaded centre panel, tapering split pilasters and pyramid urn split pilasters to the sides, the two frieze drawers with diamond shape blocks, the sides panelled, the apron moulding, on block feet, 4ft (122cm) £300-400

81 Early nineteenth century Padouk box, with brass side handles, a frieze drawer, 22.5in (57cm) £250-300

Lot 81 82 A Jacobean oak dower chest, the hinged plank lid with restoration, the arcaded carved panelled front, with foliage and grapevines, the apron carved with scallop shells, 5ft 1in (155cm) £100-200

Lot 78 79 A set of eighteenth century wall shelves, (to go over a Welsh dresser,) 32in (81cm) wide x 3ft 6in (107cm) high. £100-150

Lot 82 84 A late seventeenth century oak coffer, the moulded edge planked lid, above an elliptical incised panelled front and sides, on high legs, 3ft 7in (110cm) (probably West Country origin) £100-200

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85 A carved giltwood foliage frame, (reduced from a late seventeenth century picture frame,) with an old mirror plate, 23in (59cm) x 19in (48cm) £80-120

88 A Sheraton mahogany brass bound octagonal wine cooler, the hinged lid inlaid a marquetry conche shell, zinc lined, brass side carrying handles, the front inlaid a marquetry urn, on a detachable base, with square tapering moulded legs, 18.5in (47cm) £100-200

Lot 85 86 An eighteenth century fruitwood child's rocking commode wing chair, the back pierced a heart beneath a shape crest, scrolling sides to an open seats, a shape front seat, 28in (72cm) high. £100-150

Lot 88 89 A William IV mahogany pier mirror, with an inverted front gadroon moulded cornice, above a flame veneered panel, with rosewood banding, the later glass with turned pilasters, 25in (64cm) x 18.5in (47cm) £100-150

Lot 86 87 A George III mahogany corner armchair, with pierced splats, the arms on turned supports to a drop in seat, on square legs, with side stretchers. £300-400

Lot 89 90 A George II Cuban mahogany bureau, the fall flap reveals a fitted interior of drawers and pigeon holes, above two short and three long graduated drawers, oak lined and fitted brass open plate swing handles and escutcheons, the sides with brass plate carrying handles, on bracket feet, 3ft 7in (109cm) £200-300

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91 An early nineteenth century faded mahogany chest, the fluted edge top above a brushing slide and four long graduated oak lined drawers, the top drawer with divisions, fitted brass locks and oval brass plate handles, on French bracket feet, 3ft 0.5in (92.5cm) £100-150

94 A Regency mahogany bow front corner washstand, with rising splashback to the bowl stand, ebony stringing to the cupboard door and a frieze dummy drawer, on front splay legs, with stretcher, 32in (81cm) £150-200

Lot 94 Lot 91 92 A Regency faded mahogany writing table, the reeded edge top, with a bracketed concave centre, fitted four small and two longer drawers, brass knob handles, on turned legs, 3ft 10in (117cm) £200-300

95 A French directoire mahogany veneered commode, (the top formerly with marble,) the three long drawers with brass locks and gilt brass escutcheon and ring handles, to the ebony banded fronts, front fluted pilasters, panelled sides and back, on front turned legs, back legs replaced and other alterations, 3ft 7.5in (110.5cm) £100-200

Lot 92 93 A nineteenth century walnut open armchair, in French Renaissance style, applied iron strapwork and brass Fleur De Lis, a leather panel to the back, a leather dished seat, the reeded 'X' frame legs centred a carved armorial shield, with side stretchers. £80-120

Lot 95 96 A set of mahogany open wall shelves in Chinese Chippendale style, with pierced trellis sides, the base with two drawers, 26.5in (67cm) (nineteenth century) £200-300

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97 A George III mahogany bureau, the figured fall flap reveals a fitted interior with cupboard door, secret compartment pilasters drawer and pigeon holes, four long graduated drawers, oak lined, the veneered fronts with chased brass swan neck handles and escutcheons, a panelled back, on bracket feet, 3ft 7in (109cm) £200-300

100 A George III Hepplewhite mahogany clothes press, the dentil moulded cornice above sliding trays, enclosed by a pair of panelled doors, the base with two short and two long drawers, fitted chased brass swing handles, a panelled back, on swept French bracket feet, 4ft 2in (127cm) wide x 6ft 5in (196cm) high x 25in (64cm) deep. £400-600

Lot 97 V* 98 A pair of Victorian partner’s desk armchairs, the wrap round backs with old wine coloured buttoned leather, on scroll brackets and a pierced splat, old buttoned leather upholstered sprung bell shaped seats, on front cabouchon carved and fluted oak legs to casters. £200-300

Lot 100 101 A set of seven Regency mahogany dining chairs, with rope twist rail backs, the veneered crests with reeded tops, the stuffed over seats on front turned legs, comprising a carver armchair and six side chairs. £100-200

Lot 98 99 A George III mahogany elbow chair, the pierced splat back with a serpentine crest, the side supports with blocks for the scroll arms, a drop in seat, on front square chamfered legs, with 'H' stretchers. £150-200

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102 A mahogany twin pillar dining table, the 'D' ended rectangular top cross banded with stringing, a reeded edge with an extra leaf, on ring turned pillars to reeded splay legs, the brass paw sabots, on casters, 3ft 3in (99cm) x 6ft 7in (201cm) (first half twentieth century) £100-150

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103 An early nineteenth century rosewood veneered dwarf open bookcase, the frieze with bead and dart edge, the two adjustable shelves, to grained sides, on turned feet, 33.5in (85cm) wide x 3ft 2in (97cm) high. £100-200

V* 106 An early nineteenth century oak breakfront library bookcase, with a cavetto moulded cornice, above adjustable shelves, the base with cupboard doors, on a plinth, 8ft 6in (259cm) wide x 9ft (275cm) high. £200-300

Lot 103 104 An Arts and Crafts style oak centre table, the octagonal cleated edge top, with tapering segments, the open square angled stem, with foliage carved panels, the chamfered octagonal base, on blocks with casters, 3ft 2in (97cm) x 28.5in (72cm) high £100-200

107 An African hardwood bed table top, the head carved with lizard above a head rest and two masks, a raised border of snakes Bamileke chieftans people, circa 1900, 7ft 4in (224cm) x 34in (87cm) £100-200

Lot 104 105 A Sheraton mahogany hanging corner display cupboard, the moulded cornice above a veneered frieze, with a satinwood panel and stringing, the green painted interior with three shelves, enclosed by a glazed tracery door, with angled corners, 29in (74cm) £100-150

Lot 107 108 A Neo Classical Adam design oval gilt gesso frame, with scrolling arabesques and foliage borders, on pine, 3ft 8in (113cm) x 35in (89cm) (internal measurements) 3ft (91.5cm) x 26in (66cm) £100-150

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V* 109 An early Victorian mahogany wall timepiece, with an eight day fusee movement, the circular white painted convex dial, with Roman numerals, the hinged glass door in an octagonal frame, with pagoda flutes, the drop base with crossed boughs of foliage, scroll side brackets, 22in (56cm) x 18in (46cm) £100-200

111 A Regency rosewood veneered sarcophagus shape tea chest, inlaid brass stringing, a brass lock to the interior, with two lidded caddies and space for a mixing bowl (missing) the sides with rosewood ring handles, on cast gilt brass paw feet, 13in (33cm) £100-150

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Lot 109 110 A mid nineteenth century provincial wheel barometer, in a mahogany veneered case, bordered with stringing, a swan neck pediment with brass urn finial, humidifier and thermometer, with silvered dials above a convex mirror, silvered circular eight inch barometer dial, engraved points of the compass, the spirit level dial inscribed J Anzani, Bristol, warranted, 3ft 2in £100-150

112 A late eighteenth century mahogany candlebox, with a sliding fielded panel cover, 15in (38cm) £80-120

Lot 112 113 A nineteenth century bronze South East Asian lantaka cannon, with gimbal mounting, 10in (25cm) £100-150

Lot 113 114 An early nineteenth century Yorkshire ash ladderback rocking armchair, with a rush seat. £80-120

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115 A mid eighteenth century mahogany veneered frame mirror, with original glass plate, a carved gilt border, the fret outline swan neck pediment, with a carved gilt gesso Ho Ho bird, a serpentine scroll border, fret outline base, 3ft (91.5cm) x 19.5in (50cm) £150-250

118 A Sheraton faded mahogany veneered Pembroke table, with a rosewood cross banded border, to the twin flap oval top, having an end frieze drawer, with brass handles, on square tapering legs, the tops inlaid satinwood flutes, brass casters, 29.5in (75cm) x 3ft in (94cm) £200-300

Lot 118 116 An early Victorian mahogany pedestal bedside cupboard, with a galleried top above two panelled doors, with wood knob handles, on a plinth base, 17.5in (45cm) £150-200

119 A small mid eighteenth century Cuban mahogany chest, of four long graduated drawers, oak lined, with old chased gilt brass replaced swan neck handles, on front ogee bracket feet, 34in (87cm) £400-600

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Lot 116 117 A William IV early Victorian mahogany drop leaf occasional table, fitted two frieze drawers, oak lined, wood knob handles, the reverse with two dummy drawers, on a stepped cylindrical pillar to a quatreform base, scroll feet on casters, 22in (56cm) £100-150

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Objects 120 An Edwardian oak tantalus, with three cut glass spirit decanters, a double lidded compartment, nickle mounts and side carrying handles, together with an Edwardian oak collapsible desk, writing and stationary box, with brass mounts and side handles, 12in (30.5cm)

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121 A Victorian brass and ebony sextant, with an ivory inset arc chart and an ivory inset retailers plaque, inscribed T & H Doublet, 4 City Rd, Finsbury, London, with lenses, in a mahogany case, with trade label for H Hughes instruments, Maker 59 Fenchurch St London. £100-200

124 A nineteenth century cream silk fan, painted flowers and appliqué lacework, with mother of pearl sticks, with guard sticks, 17in (43cm) in a gilt glazed display case and a nineteenth century floral lacework fan, with mother of pearl sticks and guard sticks, (some old repair) 21in (54cm) in a glazed painted wood case (2) £100-150

Lot 121 122 An Iberian votive model UFA merchant ship, 20in (51cm) probably late eighteenth century/early nineteenth century. £100-150

Lot 124 125 A nineteenth century ebony oboe, made and retailed by Louis & Co., Chelsea London, 23.5in (60cm) in a leather cover blue plush lined cased. £400-500

Lot 122 123 A Dutch tile picture, the four coloured glazed tiles make a canal scene, with a barge, church and a house, a tree on the opposite bank, in an ebonized moulded frame. £100-150

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Books, Prints and Pictures 126 The Life of the Earl of Clarendon, in two volumes, published Oxford Clarendon printing house, leather bound spines repaired, together with Pliny's natural history in three volumes, Rotterdam 1669, leather bindings restored and a Winchester college Latin dictionary of phrases, published 1669 by Boulter Turks Head, Bishops Gate, restored leather binding (5) £100-150

Lot 126 127 A first edition copy of the wood engravings of Robert Gibbings, edited by Patience Empson, with introduction by Thomas Balston, published London, J M Dent & Sons Ltd, black cloth bound. £100-150

Lot 127 128 A 1712 fourth impression of the history of the Old and New Testament Scriptures, travels and sufferings of the apostles, in this edition the discourses with sculptures of the apocraphy, approx. 260 sculptures and five spiritual maps, published in London for Jeremiah Bright, in Friday St James Brooks and Jobe Stuart on London Bridge and James Holland at the Bat and Ball, St Pauls Churchyard, MDCCXII, leather binding distressed. £100-200

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129 An early nineteenth century sailor's allegorical new map of the Land of Matrimony, or a guide to married life with ships sailing, on the Ocean of Love, 14in (35.5cm) x 19in (48cm) in a glazed oak frame. £100-150

Lot 129 130 W Bothams '90. A signed watercolour, view of Salisbury Cathedral from Harnham Meadows, with cattle watering in the River Avon, 11in (28cm) x 18in (46cm) in a glazed gilt gesso late Victorian frame. £80-120

Lot 130 131 A late nineteenth century oil painting on board, women gathering mussels and cockles at evening low tide, 11in (28cm) x 14in (36cm) in a modern gilt frame, possibly Irish or Scottish School. £100-150

Lot 131 132 A mixed media picture of a ship, run aground on a rocky shoreline at sunset, 10in (25cm) x 20in (51cm) in a glazed gilt gesso frame. £80-120

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133 D Kiven 1880. A signed oil painting on canvas, a couple fishing on a river bank, with trees and brushwood, 16.25in (41cm) x 26in (66cm) unframed. £80-120

137 English School. A late Victorian oil on canvas, a herdsman in a cape and souwester seated on a bank, reading a paper, with cattle watering in the shade of the trees, and a castle in the distance, in a contemporary gilt gesso decorated circular frame, with aperture, 12in (38cm) x 13.5in (34cm) £100-150

Lot 133 134 Derrick Sayer. A signed oil painting on board, boats at low tide on the Thames, near Battersea power station, 16in (41cm) x 20in (51cm) in a grey wash frame.

Lot 134 135 English School. A nineteenth century oil painting on canvas, an ostler riding his horse leading two horses, 17in (43cm) in a circular aperture, 15.5in (39.5cm) diameter to a contemporary gilt gesso decorated frame. £100-200

Lot 137 138 Georges Croegaert. A late nineteenth century signed oil painting on a mahogany panel, two young ladies conversing in a Japanese design sitting room, one seated on a corner couch, the other on a tiger skin, Japanese swords and art hanging on the wall, circa 1885, 9in (23cm) x 6.25in (16cm) trade label for Thomas M Lean, 7 Haymarket London, in a gilt gesso decorated frame. Purchased by the vendors Father from Ackerman and Johnson. £2000-3000

Lot 135 136 D Sherrin. A signed late nineteenth century oil painting on canvas, a barge moored on the Thames, by Goring Mill and St Thomas of Canterbury church, Goring on Thames, 20in (51cm) x 30in (76cm) in a contemporary gilt gesso decorated frame. £400-600

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Lot 138

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European Porcelain and Glass 139 A nineteenth century cast bronze figure of a Tyrolean farmer, seated on a sheaf of corn, playing the bag pipes, the oval ground base, on a mahogany plinth, 13in (33cm) £200-300

142 A Murano yellow glass moon vase, 8.5in (21.5cm) £80-120

Lot 142 143 A pair of glass ships decanters, having four rings to the necks, with mushroom stoppers, 10in (25.5cm) together with a set of six panel cut glass finger bowls, 4.5in (11.5cm) diameter (8) £80-120

Lot 139 140 An unusual late Victorian glass double magnum ships decanter, the bell shape body with hobnail cutting, to a star cut base, with an associated stopper, 14in (35.5cm) £100-150

Lot 143 144 A Michael Emmes art pottery base, with mottled glaze and splash decoration, 16in (40.5cm) £100-150

Lot 140 141 A Ruth Dresman purple glass vase, the interior engraved a bird and maple leaves, with maple keys, 11.75in (30cm)

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Lot 144 145 A golding stoneware platter, decorated in an Ancient Greek style, with a border of athletes and blue Greek key bands, 13.25in (33.5cm) diameter. £80-120

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146 A pair of Regency oval porcelain Derby sauce tureens, with blue red and gilt floral decoration, reeded gilt lion mask appliqué side handles and to the cover handles, on gilt lion mask paw feet, 7in (17.5cm) together with a pair of shaped border oval dishes, one cracked across, the other browned, 12in (30.5cm) and another oval dish, cracked and rivetted, 10in (25.5cm) (5) £100-150

148 Seven French Oriental style export porcelain armorial plates, with blue and white foliage enamel, borders oriental red calligraphy marks, 10.5in (26.5cm) and three famille rose style armorial plates, with oriental red calligraphy marks, 10.75in (27cm) (10) £80-120

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Lot 146 147 A Bloor Derby porcelain dessert service, painted flowers with blue gilt borders and gadroon rims, comprising:- eight plates, 8.75in (22cm) an oval dish, 11in (28cm) three elongated heart shape dishes, 10.25in (26cm) (one restored) one with a small hairline crack to the border, a pair of quatreform dishes, 9.5in (24cm) (one cracked and rivetted) and a pair of comports, the dishes (one cracked) on three naturalistic tree trunk legs, to a triform base with gilt decoration, resting on ball feet, 9.5in (24cm) diameter (some pieces with slight browning) (14) £200-300

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149 A continental porcelain blue and white serving platter, decorated oriental style foliage, a shaped moulded border, 11.75in (30cm) possibly late eighteenth century, and two French faience plates, painted flowers, one with rim chips, the other with a hairline crack across, 9.25in (23.5cm) and 9.5in (24cm) (3) £80-120

Lot 149 150 A Royal Dux art nouveau matt porcelain dessert dish, centrepiece of two nymphs bathing in a large conche shell, (chips) supported on a wave with spray and water lilies, having gilt highlights to the base, 17in (43cm) £100-200

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151 A pair of late eighteenth century French porcelain duck egg cups, the fluted sides with gilt and painted pendants of foliage, a hairline crack and a chip, an eighteenth century Worcester tea bowl, painted en grisaile, (hole to base) another tea bowl, a Chinese Jesuit pattern tea bowl, (hairline crack) and two Japanese tea bowls and two saucers, (one chipped) a Kylon pottery hand bell, a Chinese brass jar and cover, a gilt pottery Buddha seal, a Chinese ginger jar (cracked) and a Chinese famille rose vase (neck restored) on a hardwood stand, 6.75in (17cm) (15) £100-150

Oriental

153 Three mid twentieth century Chinese jade carvings, of finches and pheasants perched on blossoming shrubs, with carved hardwood stands, 7in (15cm), 8in (20cm) and 10in (25cm) (6) £80-120

Lot 153 154 Three mid twentieth century Chinese jade carvings of a Hotei, 3.5in (9cm) a small elephant, 3in (7.5cm) and a pheasant, 7in (18cm) on hardwood stands, (6) £100-150

Lot 154 Lot 151 152 A late Victorian Baleek Edwardian tea and coffee service, crustation moulded; teapot, milk jug, sugar basin, six cups, six saucers and six plates, a similar green and gilt bordered coffee pot, (spout chipped) cream jug, sugar basin, six coffee cups (one cracked and glued and five saucers (one odd) a shamrock decorated bowl (cracked) and a pepper, an ivory leaf shape dish, a small cup and saucer and another cup and saucer pink bordered (43) £100-150

155 A pair of Chinese spinach Jade cups, 2in (5cm) with hardwood stands, (4) £80-120

Lot 155 156 A pale grey blue quartz carved Buddha, seated in an arbour (one corner of base chipped) 6.75in (17cm) with hardwood stand, possibly nineteenth century (2) £80-120

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157 A Chinese famille verte hawk, perched on a pierced rock, 8.25in (21cm) and a famille verte parrot, perched on a pierced base, 9in (23cm) £100-150

160 A garniture of a pair of Chinese cloisonne covered vases and a covered jar, decorated raised coloured enamel foliage and blossom to a gilt ground, the jar with a gilt kylon finial, 10in (25cm) the pair of vases with gilt baluster finials, 10.5in (27cm) £100-150

Lot 157 158 Three Chinese porcelain coloured fruit symbols, of Good Luck and Forever Young, peach 5in (12.5cm) pomegranate 3in (7.5cm) and a gourd, 3.75in (9.5cm) diameter (3) £100-150

Lot 160 161 A set of six Chinese porcelain lemon yellow wine cups, four decorated grapes, two decorated green dragons, six character mark to under rim of foot, (one bowl damaged) 4in (10cm) 2nd half twentieth century. £100-150

Lot 158 159 Three Chinese porcelain famille rose saucer dishes, decorated a peony in blossom, blue patterned rim, red 4 character mark, 7.25in (18.5cm) £100-150

Lot 161 162 A nineteenth century Chinese porcelain ginger jar, decorated in blue and white, of a dragon chasing a goat, on a fenced mountain pathway, 10.5in (26.5cm) £100-150

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163 A Chinese figure of a female spirit, wearing a blue and terracotta robe, square seal mark, 13in (33cm) and two temple guardians, square seal marks, 10in (25cm) and 11in (28cm) (3) £80-120

166 Four Japanese cloisonne miniature jars and covers, one pierced for pot pourri, decorated coloured foliage, two with green and copper sparkling grounds, one white and one black, one on a collet foot, three on stump feet, 3in (7.5cm) 3.5in (9cm) 3.75in (9.5cm) and 4.25in (11cm) three Meji and one later (4) £100-150

Lot 163 164 A green celadon pottery censer, with moulded side and two handles to the rim, on three stump feet, 5in (12.5cm) (hairline glaze cracks) and Cafe Au Lait pottery censer, with dogs head lifts, on three stump feet, 4in (10cm) (2) £100-150

Lot 164 165 A Japanese ovoid cloisonné jar and cover, decorated foliage to a sparkling copper ground, with cover, on three stump feet, 4.25in (11cm) and a compressed cloisonné saki pot, decorated enamel flowers and a patterned band to the shoulder, with a swan neck spout and domed cover and a scroll handle, on three stump feet, 6in (15cm) across, together with a blue enamel cloisonné powder jar, the cover with a dragon circa 1900, 3.25in (8.5cm) Later Meji (3) £100-150

Lot 166 167 A Japanese coloured woodblock print of three woman conversing, one carrying an offering placard, with a procession to a temple complex, signed, 13.25in (34cm) x 9in (23cm) late Meji, another wood block print of people trying to reach an igloo in a storm, signed, 8in (20cm) x 10in (26cm) and a pair of Japanese watercolour prints, of a framed pair of ducks and insects, on fallen leaves with a prunus branch, framed and glazed, (4) £100-150

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168 A large Chinese green soapstone carving, of a couple carrying banners, in a rocky garden, 13.5in (34cm) long x 10in (25.5cm) high, probably nineteenth century. £100-150

Lot 168 169 A large Chinese Daoist ebonized hardwood figure, of the immortal Shau Lao, holding a pierced ball censer in his right hand, his staff in the other, with a crane standing by on a pierced rock, 29in (74cm) (nineteenth century) £80-120

Our next sale is on Friday 7th September at 4pm. Entries close on Wednesday 15th August.

Lot 169 170 Four Chinese porcelain bowls, lemon yellow decorated, famille rose blossom and scrolling incised foliage, blue square seal mark, 7.5in (19cm) probably Chia Ching (hairline crack) another lemon yellow dragon bowl, chipped, 7in (18cm) a deep blue bowl, with gilt dragons, cracked and chipped, 6.75in (17cm) a blue and white rice bowl (cracked) and a willow pattern plate, with blue seal marks, 8.25in (21cm) and five wood stands (7) £100-150

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SOUTHERN COUNTIES SPORTING GOODS SALE Hunting, Shooting & Fishing

SATURDAY 9TH JUNE 2018 THE SOUTHERN COUNTIES SPORTING SALE, HUNTING, SHOOTING AND FISHING. ANTIQUE AND MODERN SHOT GUNS, RIFLES, ACCESSORIES, FISHING RODS, REELS, TAXIDERMY, AIR RIFLES, BOOKS AND PICTURES. INCLUDING HOLLAND & HOLLAND, ROYAL 12 BORE, PAIR OF WESTLEY RICHARDS SINGLE TRIGGER 16 BORES. 1000 LOTS IN TOTAL. Viewing Friday 8th June 10am-6pm and Morning of the Sale 8am-9.45am. Enquiries to Mike Vesey 07971 571610 or 01722 321215 Charlie Coleman 07710 091113 Email: [email protected] Online Catalogue (available 10 days prior to the sale) www.salisburyauctioncentre.co.uk Salisbury Auction Centre, Netherhampton, Salisbury Wiltshire, SP2 8RH

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FIXTURE LIST Friday 1st June

Netherhampton Salerooms Sale of Fine Art, Antiques &

Collectables Saturday 2nd June

Isle of Wight Dispersal Sale of Steam Engines, Vintage & Modern machinery, bygones & miscellanea

Monday 4th June

Shaftesbury Market Sale of Calves

Tuesday 5th June

Salisbury Market Inculding Sale of Pigs

Saturday 9th June

Sale of Sporting, Fishing and Hunting Goods.

Monday 11th June

Shaftesbury Market Sale of Calves

Tuesday 12th June

Salisbury Market

Friday 15th June

Netherhampton Salerooms General Household and Effects

Monday 16th June

Shaftesbury Market Sale of Calves

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operating SHAFTESBURY MARKET Every Monday – CALVES Thursday – BEEF STORE CATTLE SALISBURY LIVESTOCK MARKET Every Tuesday – STORE CATTLE, FINISHED CATTLE, CULL COWS, SHEEP, CALVES AND DAIRY CATTLE ALSO MEAT & PRODUCE, DEADSTOCK ETC PIGS – FIRST AND THIRD TUESDAY IN THE MONTH WILTON SHEEP FAIRS BEAULIEU ROAD PONY SALES and SPECIAL COLLECTIVE & BREED SALES COLLECTIVE MACHINERY SALES VINTAGE FARM MACHINERY, TRACTORS & COLLECTABLES LIVESTOCK & MACHINERY SALES ON CLIENTS PREMISES

ANTIQUE & COLLECTABLES HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE & EFFECTS EVERY FRIDAY EVENING AT SALISBURY MARKET CARPETS, RUGS & TEXTILES – BI MONTHLY

Salisbury Auction Centre Netherhampton Road Salisbury SP2 8RH Tel 01722 321215 Fax 01722 421553 Email – [email protected]

The Livestock Market Christy’s Lane Shaftesbury SP7 8PH Tel 01747 851735 Fax 01747 855233 Web site www.salisburyauctioncentre.co.uk

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