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Fine Art, Antique & Collectables

Friday 4th December 2015 10.30am

Fine Art, Antique & Collectables Auction Friday 4th December 2015 10.30am VIEWING: Thursday 3rd December 2015 9am-7pm, sale day Friday 4th December 2015 8:45am -10:30am

The Auction Rooms, Quay Lane, Brading, I.O.W. PO36 0AT Tel: 01983 402222 Email:[email protected]

ORDER OF SALE Gold & Jewellery 1-76 Silver, Plate & Metalwares 77-133 Ceramics & Glassware 134-180 Furniture 181-192 Clocks, Watches & Scientific Instruments 193-215 Books Stamps & Ephemera 216-250 Coins, Medals & Militaria 251-262 Oil Paintings, Watercolours & Drawings 263-282 Oriental Items 283-295 Items of Isle of Wight Interest 296-308 Maps & Prints 309-315 Toys 316-322 Works of Art, Textiles & Collectables 323-397 images front lot 282 and back lots 135, 391, 143, 387, 137, 292

WELCOME TO HOSE RHODES DICKSON OUR AUCTION ROOMS ARE SITUATED JUST OFF BRADING HIGH STREET, BEHIND THE OLD WAXWORKS AND ARE ACCESSIBLE VIA QUAY LANE. THERE ARE DIRECTION SIGNS AT THE JUNCTION OF QUAY LANE AND THE HIGH STREET. CARS CAN BE PARKED IN THE LARGE PUBLIC CAR PARK NEAR ST MARY'S CHURCH.

TRAVEL BY ROAD: From PORTSMOUTH, take the 'Wightlink' car ferry to Fishbourne and then drive to Brading via Ryde. From SOUTHAMPTON, take the 'Red Funnel ' car ferry to East Cowes and then drive to Brading via Ryde. TRAVEL BY RAIL: London Waterloo to Portsmouth Harbour, then take the 'Wightlink' passenger catamaran to Ryde, and train to Brading. The saleroom is only a short distance from Brading station.

LOT 1

LOT 2

A pair of Georg Jensen silver and moonstone earrings of floral form, marked 925, Denmark, 36 - diam 1.6cm in George Jensen presentation box (Guide £100-150)

A 14k white gold ring, set with cabouchon star ruby flanked to either side with a diamond - size O, originally purchased from Bloomingdale's in New York. (Guide £250-350)

LOT 3

LOT 4

An 18ct gold five stone ring with three sapphires and two diamonds in a scroll work setting, size N - approx gross weight 4.9g (Guide £150-200)

A 10k gold diamond setting .50pt diamond cluster ring, size N 1/2 - approx gross weight 3.4g (Guide £100-150)

LOT 5

LOT 6

A 9ct gold half eternity ring set with 7 diamonds (diamond weight 1ct), size K 1/2 (Guide £300-400)

A 9ct gold ring set with a central opal surrounded by diamonds, size P 1/2 approx gross weight 4g (Guide £150-200)

LOT 7

LOT 8

A 9ct gold ring set with an emerald cut rutilated quartz in a filigree setting with diamond shoulders, size L 1/2 - approx gross weight 4.2g (Guide £100-150)

A 9ct gold ring set with a pear shaped sapphire surrounded by diamonds, size L 1/2 - approx gross weight 3g (Guide £100-150)

LOT 9

LOT 10

An 18ct gold ring with a pink sapphire surrounded by diamonds in a floral setting, size M - approx gross weight 2.4g (Guide £100-150)

A 9ct gold and jade bracelet, together with a 9ct gold ring set with a lozenge of jade and a small diamond on each should, ring size L 1/2 (Guide £30-50)

LOT 11

LOT 12

A 9ct gold curb link charm bracelet with padlock clasp and four charms - approx gross weight 60g (Guide £700-800)

A handcrafted silver mounted druse agate pendant on silver necklace chain (Guide £100-150)

Please note all lots are subject to a buyers premium of 15%+VAT

LOT 13

LOT 14

A handcrafted silver mounted agate pendant suspended on silver collar (Guide £70-100)

A 9ct gold pennant brooch with blue enamel decorated with Royal Clyde Yacht Club motto, W3.5cm - approx gross weight 5.9g (Guide £50-80)

LOT 15

LOT 16

A yellow metal ring mounted with solitaire diamond, size N (Guide £200-300)

A Victorian 18ct gold mourning ring with central diamond surrounded by six pearls in floral setting, with black enamel detailing to shoulders - size O 1/2. (Guide £120-150)

LOT 17

LOT 18

A Victorian gold mourning ring set with woven hair in central compartment surrounded by eight pearls, with black enamel detailing to shoulders - size H 1/2. (Guide £80-120)

A yellow metal ring with central peridot surrounded by twelve diamonds, and diamond set shoulders - size M 1/2. (Guide £80-100)

LOT 19

LOT 20

A 9ct gold ring with central garnet surrounded by ten smaller garnets in floral setting - size P. (Guide £50-80)

A 9ct gold ring with pink sapphire surrounded by diamonds in cluster setting - size N. (Guide £40-60)

LOT 21

LOT 22

An 18ct gold ring set with coral and diamonds - size P 1/2. (Guide £70-100)

A white metal ring set with central cabochon cut star sapphire, surrounded by white sapphires - size N 1/2. (Guide £120-180)

LOT 23

LOT 24

A continental two tone yellow metal ring, with two pearl set flowers in cross-over setting with foliate surround - size N 1/2. (Guide £40-60)

An 18ct white gold three stone sapphire and diamond ring - size N 1/2. (Guide £100-150)

Please note all lots are subject to a buyers premium of 15%+VAT

LOT 25

LOT 26

A 9ct gold ring with oval blue topaz and diamond set shoulders - size J. (Guide £80-100)

A continental white metal ring with five diamonds in floral style illusion setting size L 1/2. (Guide £50-80)

LOT 27

LOT 28

A 9ct gold ring set with oval amethyst flanked by two small diamonds - size N 1/2. (Guide £40-60)

A 14k yellow gold German handmade ring set with oval cabochon cut amethyst, with rose gold crescent moon detail to mount - size N. (Guide £80-100)

LOT 29

LOT 30

A 9ct gold brooch set with eight garnets in abstract interlinked triangular design - total gross weight 7.9g. (Guide £40-60)

A 9ct white gold bar brooch, mounted with jade with carved and pierced flower detail - L 6cm. (Guide £70-100)

LOT 31

LOT 32

An 18ct gold ring set with heart shaped sapphire surrounded by twelve diamonds size J 1/2. (Guide £120-150)

A white metal cross-over style ring with square pink sapphire and diamond set shoulders - size P. (Guide £40-60)

LOT 33

LOT 34

A 9ct gold three stone amethyst ring - size M 1/2. (Guide £30-50)

A 14k gold ring set with seven diamonds and three tourmaline in 1970s style abstract design - size S. (Guide £200-300)

LOT 35

LOT 36

A white metal mounted Victorian lava cameo brooch, depicting Hebe offering a cup to an eagle - H 5cm. (Guide £20-30)

A platinum bar brooch, mounted with jade with carved and pierced foliate decoration - L 5.5cm. (Guide £80-120)

Please note all lots are subject to a buyers premium of 15%+VAT

LOT 37

LOT 38

A pair of 9ct gold stud earrings of abstract design, each mounted with four sapphires and five small diamonds. (Guide £80-100)

A pair of 14kt gold screw-on earrings set with pearls, together with a silver necklace mounted with seven pearls. (Guide £20-30)

LOT 39

LOT 40

A 14k gold ring with central cabochon water opal in floral setting - size O (Guide £50-80)

A yellow metal Victorian mourning brooch with applied black enamel and foliate design to border, the central oval window displaying hair, wire and bead work, with woven panel to reverse - W 5.5cm. (Guide £80-120)

LOT 41

LOT 42

An opal and white sapphire panel bracelet, with five graduated opals surrounded by white sapphires on yellow metal chain with safety chain. (Guide £200-300)

A three strand necklace of citrine pebble beads and freshwater pearls with large 'S' shaped silver clasp - L 50cm, a silver bracelet with four enamelled panels depicting waterside scenes, together with an Art Deco style silver and marcasite necklace. (Guide £30-50)

LOT 43

LOT 44

A Rotary 9ct gold 21 Jewels ladies' wristwatch on snake chain style bracelet strap - approx gross weight 14.6g, boxed. (Guide £80-120)

An 18ct gold ring with central sapphire surrounded by eighteen diamonds in cluster setting - size M. (Guide £150-200)

LOT 45

LOT 46

An 18ct white gold ring with central sapphire surrounded by twelve diamonds in cluster setting - size N 1/2. (Guide £150-250)

An 18ct gold ring set with three opals and four diamonds - size S. (Guide £80-120)

LOT 47

LOT 48

An 18ct gold torque style signet ring set with triangular lapis lazuli, size K - approx gross weight 10.3g. (Guide £70-100)

A silver mounted agate brooch in the form of a sword, Birmingham 1911, maker James Fenton - L 10cm. (Guide £25-40)

Please note all lots are subject to a buyers premium of 15%+VAT

LOT 49

LOT 50

A 9ct gold ring set with large citrine in crown style mount - size L. (Guide £60-80)

A yellow metal ring with five half pearls in claw setting, scroll detailing to shoulders - size Q. (Guide £80-120)

LOT 51

LOT 52

A Victorian yellow metal mourning ring with central diamond surrounded by five pearls in floral setting, scrolling foliate design to shoulders with black enamel detail, inscription to interior of band - size N. (Guide £80-120)

A Georgian yellow metal mourning ring set with strands of hair bordered with pearls and black enamel, inscribed to reverse 'Rob.t Livie Esq, died 17 May 1807 aged 55' - size M1/2. (Guide £100-150)

LOT 53

LOT 54

A Georgian yellow metal marquise shaped mourning ring with woven hair panel bordered by twenty four pearls - size K. (Guide £150-180)

A Victorian double sided silhouette in yellow meal pendant frame - H8cm. (Guide £100-150)

LOT 55

LOT 56

A gold brooch mounted with hand painted porcelain plaque depicting girl in red headscarf, 'pie-crust' style edge to frame and rope twist border, safety chain H7cm. (Guide £50-80)

A pair of Indian style yellow metal chandelier type earrings set with pearls and gemstones of assorted colours, screw-on fitting - L9cm. (Guide £50-80)

LOT 57

LOT 58

A Victorian demi parure comprising Etruscan style gilt metal drop earrings and brooch, each set with a vivid blue stone, earrings bear a registered design mark to reverse. (Guide £50-70)

A marquise shaped yellow metal mourning brooch mounted with plaited hair bordered by pearls - W3cm. (Guide £50-80)

LOT 59

LOT 60

A white metal garter brooch mounted in sections with agates of varying colours W6.5cm, together with a similar agate brooch of floral form - W5.5cm. (Guide £80-100)

A 9ct gold torque bangle of plaited form - approx weight 45.8g (Guide £350-450)

Please note all lots are subject to a buyers premium of 15%+VAT

LOT 61

LOT 62

A 9ct rose gold 'snake' bangle, hollow construction, diam 9cm - approx weight 15.7g (Guide £80-120)

A 19th Century yellow metal (tests as gold) Pietra Dura brooch depicting a two handled urn - W5.5cm. (Guide £400-600)

LOT 63

LOT 64

An Egyptian yellow metal (tests as gold) bracelet set with five scarab beetles L15cm. (Guide £80-120)

Three early 20th Century ivory bangles. (Guide £80-120)

LOT 65

LOT 66

A graduated green jade bead necklace L86cm. (Guide £100-150)

A platinum ring set with central 1.33ct diamond, colour I, clarity P1, with three smaller diamonds to each shoulder size M1/2. (Guide £1500-2000)

LOT 67

LOT 68

An 18ct gold ring with central 0.38ct diamond, colour G/H, clarity SI, surrounded by eight 5 point diamonds in floral setting - size O. (Guide £400-600)

An 18ct gold three stone diamond ring size O1/2. (Guide £100-150)

LOT 69

LOT 70

An 18ct white gold ring set with central square cut diamond, with six smaller diamonds to each shoulder - size M1/2 (Guide £120-180)

A Mappin & Webb engine turned 9ct gold cigarette case, initialled to interior THB 1942, Birmingham 1941 - approx weight 120.2g (Guide £800-1000)

LOT 71

LOT 72

A 9ct gold ring set with three opals surrounded by rubies, size N 1/2 (Guide £80-120)

An 18ct gold bar brooch set with central sapphire flanked by four diamonds, marked M&D - length 7.3cm (Guide £120-180)

Please note all lots are subject to a buyers premium of 15%+VAT

LOT 73

LOT 74

A yellow metal ring set with square cut amethyst (18x12mm), surrounded by seed pearls (one missing), size P (Guide £80-120)

A yellow metal ring with amber in pearl set claws, size P (Guide £50-80)

LOT 75

LOT 76

A 9ct gold ring set with turquoise coloured scarab, size K (Guide £40-60)

A 15ct gold and black enamel mourning ring, central panel inset with hair and surrounded by seed pearls, size M 1/2 (Guide £40-60)

LOT 77

LOT 78

A silver trinket pot with mother of pearl top, a silver naval napkin ring, gilt metal propelling pencil, various ferrules etc (Guide £30-50)

A Georgian silver five bottle cruet, the pierced stand with twist handle and claw and ball legs, four original tops unmarked, 1 later, London 1761, Edward Aldridge Snr & Jnr (Guide £250-350)

LOT 79

LOT 80

A Georgian silver basting spoon, L32cm Old English pattern, London 1819, William Bateman - approx weight 115g/3.7 troy oz (Guide £100-120)

A Victorian silver miniature brandy warmer on unmarked spirit burner stand - H9cm, London 1878, maker RH (probably Richard Hennell) - approx gross weight 76g/2.4 troy oz (Guide £150-180)

LOT 81

LOT 82

A Hukin & Heath silver and glass pepper mill of double cone shape - H8cm, Birmingham 1912 (Guide £100-120)

A pair of Hukin & Heath conical whisky tot bottles with silver lids and mounts, Birmingham 1914, together with a pair of silver 'Whiskey' labels, Birmingham 1924, Hollings & Hitchinson (Guide £180-240)

LOT 83

LOT 84

A Georgian style silver sauce boat with gadrooned edge, leaf capped double cscroll handle and shell feet, London 1934, Jubilee mark by J & Sn. - approx weight 273g/8.7 troy oz (Guide £100-120)

An engine turned silver and blue guilloche enamel continental, possibly French, trinket box, diamond inset to scrollwork design to top, import mark for London 1928, inscribed AJ - 8.2x5.6cm (Guide £100-150)

Please note all lots are subject to a buyers premium of 15%+VAT

LOT 85

LOT 86

A silver circular compact with blue guilloche enamel lid, Birmingham 1929 diam 5cm (Guide £50-80)

An early 19th century Scottish silver wine funnel in two parts, Edinburgh, maker W & P Cunningham - H12cm (Guide £200-300)

LOT 87

LOT 88

A miniature silver scallop shell chamber stick with acanthus handle, snuffer missing, ejector to side, two shell feet, probably Birmingham 1794, maker Matthew Boulton - W8.5cm (Guide £100-150)

A 19th century silver teething rattle/ whistle with coral to end, maker George Unite - L12cm (Guide £100-150)

LOT 89

LOT 90

A Walker & Hall silver plated two handled tray with engraved foliate design - W62cm (Guide £70-100)

A pierced silver bowl with motto to centre 'Esto Semper Fidelis', Chester 1907, maker Jay, Richard Attenborough Co Ltd - approx weight 557g/17.9 troy oz (Guide £150-200)

LOT 91

LOT 92

A late 19th/early 20th century white metal 'owl' propelling pencil set with yellow glass eyes, unmarked - 3.5cm when closed (Guide £100-150)

A silver napkin ring surmounted with a figure of a boy driving a pig, Birmingham 1903, maker possibly Jones and Crompton - approx total weight 38.9g / 1.25 troy oz. (Guide £40-80)

LOT 93

LOT 94

A .925 sterling wirework brioche basket L27.5cm - approx weight 369g/11.8 troy oz (Guide £80-120)

A Peruvian hammered white metal (marked .900) ashtray with figure decoration to rim - approx weight 372g/11.9 troy oz (Guide £80-120)

LOT 95

LOT 96

A silver pin cushion in the form of a bird, Birmingham 1907, maker Levi & Salaman (Guide £30-50)

A silver pincushion in the form of a kangaroo, Birmingham 1909, maker Adie & Lovekin - H6.5cm (Guide £300-500)

Please note all lots are subject to a buyers premium of 15%+VAT

LOT 97

LOT 98

An Art Deco style silver toast rack, Birmingham 1938, maker Duncan & Scobbie - approx weight 126g/4 troy oz (Guide £30-50)

A Panamanian .925 sterling silver diplomatic tray with cast scroll border and inscribed signatures, dated 1957 diam 40cm - approx weight 1060g/34 troy oz (Guide £250-300)

LOT 99

LOT 100

A white metal diplomatic cigarette box with inscribed signatures - W17cm - approx weight 324g/10.4 troy oz (Guide £70-100)

A collection of twelve Peruvian .925 silver coffee spoons, together with two white metal small ladles - approx total weight 171g/5.5 troy oz (Guide £40-60)

LOT 101

LOT 102

A circular Arts & Crafts silver brooch diam 2.3cm, a pierced white metal brooch of foliate form - W3.7cm, together with a St Justin brooch with enamel decoration W6.5cm (Guide £40-60)

A pair of engine turned silver napkin rings, Birmingham 1943, a pair of silver sugar tongs of claw design, together with a silver shoe mount (Guide £20-40)

LOT 103

LOT 104

An early 20th century circular silver salver, piecrust border, three feet, uninscribed, London 1925, maker D & J Welby Ltd, diam 26cm - approx weight 733g/23.5 troy oz (Guide £150-200)

A 1930's silver three piece silver tea set comprising teapot, sugar bowl and milk jug, Sheffield 1931, maker Emile Viner approx weight 696g/22.3 troy oz (Guide £150-200)

LOT 105

LOT 106

A Georgian style silver tankard with scroll handle, Birmingham 1931, maker Zimmerman - approx weight 288g/9.2 troy oz (Guide £50-100)

A circular silver bowl, London 1967, maker Wakely & Wheeler - approx weight 200g/6.4 troy oz (Guide £40-60)

LOT 107

LOT 108

A pierced silver mustard pot with lid, London 1902; a pair of late Victorian shell design sugar tongs, Sheffield 1896; together with a Georgian pierced silver sifter spoon, London 1799, maker William Eley & William Fern (Guide £50-80)

A silver shell design butter dish with glass liner, Sheffield 1896, maker William Watson and Herbert Gillott (Guide £40-60)

Please note all lots are subject to a buyers premium of 15%+VAT

LOT 109

LOT 110

A late 19th century silver bachelor's tea set comprising tea pot, sugar bowl and milk jug of half gadrooned form, Birmingham 1895 - approx total weight 866g/27.8 troy oz (Guide £150-250)

A Mappin & Webb canteen of silver cutlery - 12 table & dessert forks,soup & dessert spoons, 6 table spoons, 3 ladles, Sheffield 1913 (1 dessert fork & spoon plated replacements) approx tot weight 3831.8g/122.95 troy oz (Guide £900-1200)

LOT 111

LOT 112

A silver mounted claret jug with crown thumb piece, Birmingham 1913/1938, maker William Hutton & Sons - H26cm (Guide £100-150)

A Hukin & Heath glass decanter of stylized form with silver plated mounts, inscribed rd. no.493781 - H21.5cm (Guide £80-120)

LOT 113

LOT 114

A silver double ended marrow scoop, London 1799, makers Peter Bateman approx weight 44g/1.4 troy oz (Guide £80-120)

A WMF Art Nouveau silver plated pewter figural pedestal visiting card tray, formed as two lily pads, with winged maiden holding a dove to the fore, stamped no.246 - H21cm (Guide £250-350)

LOT 115

LOT 116

Two similar silver salts each with three Art Nouveau style looped handles and three feet, London 1902 & 1903, maker Charles Edward - approx total weight 141.3g/4.54 troy oz (Guide £80-120)

A novelty silver 'wishbone' napkin ring mounted with a silver rabbit, Birmingham assay mark, makers mark rubbed possibly C&CW?, monogrammed 'M' to end of wishbone L6.7cm - approx weight 14.3g/0.45 troy oz (Guide £25-40)

LOT 117

LOT 118

Silver sugar nips in the shape of a wishbone, Chester 1913, maker Sampson Mordan & Co - approx weight 24.9g/0.8 troy oz (Guide £25-40)

Five Georgian silver teaspoons by Stephen Adams, 1803&1805; together with five Georgian and one Victorian teaspoons - approx total 178g/5 troy oz (Guide £40-60)

LOT 119

LOT 120

An early 18th century Britannia Standard silver rat tail tablespoon, London 1716, maker Andrew Archer - approx weight 57g/1/8 troy oz (Guide £50-70)

A George II silver rail tail tablespoon of Hanoverian pattern, London 1727; together with a Queen Anne rail tail tablespoon, Exeter 1713 - approx total weight 116g/3.7 troy oz (Guide £50-70)

Please note all lots are subject to a buyers premium of 15%+VAT

LOT 121

LOT 122

An 18th century Irish silver tablespoon, Dublin 1766, Leopard crest to reverse of handle, maker Alexander Richards; together with a Georgian silver tablespoon, shell to back of bowl, London 1743, maker Benjamin Cartwright - approx total weight 126g/4 troy oz (Guide £60-90)

A pair of Old English pattern silver tablespoons, London 1812, maker Stephen Andrews; together with a silver tablespoon, London 1802, Peter & William Bateman - approx total weight 176g/5.6 troy oz (Guide £60-90)

LOT 123

LOT 124

A pair of Old English pattern silver tablespoons, London 1791, maker George Smith & William Burn - approx total weight 116g/3.7 troy oz (Guide £50-80)

Three 18th century silver tablespoons all of Hanoverian pattern, London 1750, London 1753 (maker John Gorham) and London 1771 - approx total weight 158g/5.1 troy oz (Guide £70-100)

LOT 125

LOT 126

A cased pair of Georgian silver tablespoons with later engraving and embossing, marked London 1766, makers marks rubbed (Guide £60-90)

A cased set of four annointing spoons, interlaced spiral handles with gilt bowls, London 1881, maker William Hutton & Sons - approx weight 189g/6 troy oz (Guide £100-150)

LOT 127

LOT 128

Six silver teaspoons with bright cut engraving, all Georgian but various marks, together with four other silver teaspoons with bright cut engraving - approx total weight 135g/4.3 troy oz (Guide £30-50)

A 1930's silver four piece tea service comprising tea pot, hot water jug, sugar bowl and cream jug of octagonal form on paw feet, Sheffield 1933, maker EV approx gross weight 1596g /51.3 troy oz (Guide £350-500)

LOT 129

LOT 130

A cased set of silver salts with spoons, the salts having bird design handles, Birmingham 1907, case marked Bristol Goldsmiths Alliance (Guide £60-90)

A silver hip flask of oval form, screw top, Sheffield 1877, case marked for Goldsmiths Alliance London - L11.5cm approx weight 87g/2.8 troy oz (Guide £30-50)

LOT 131

LOT 132

A French 1st standard silver cup and saucer decorated with engine turning, maker AN - approx weight 141g/4.5 troy oz (Guide £30-50)

A silver tea strainer on stand, Birmingham 1924, maker Adie Bros. approx weight 64g/2 troy oz (Guide £25-40)

Please note all lots are subject to a buyers premium of 15%+VAT

LOT 133

LOT 134

An early 20th century cast silver 'Warwick' vase with vine and bacchic decoration, pair of entwined vine handles, London 1903, maker Horace Woodward & Co Ltd, on wooden plinth, H12.5cm - approx weight 615g/19.8 troy oz (Guide £200-300)

A late 19th/early 20th Century Ernst Wahliss Turn Wien bisque figure, modelled as a dandyish young gentleman gathering fruit, printed EW crown mark to interior of base - H27cm. (Guide £120-150)

LOT 135

LOT 136

An early 19th century porcelain ice pail lid decorated in red and gilt with Liver bird surmount and coat of arms 'Deus Nobis Haec Otia Fecit' - diam 21.5cm (Guide £25-50)

A pair of Royal Dux Bohemia figures with candlesticks, fashioned as lady and gentleman - H38cm (Guide £30-40)

LOT 137

LOT 138

A Murano glass aquarium, probably Cenedese & Co, internally decorated with two exotic fish amongst waterweed, unsigned - 18x24cm. (Guide £200-300)

A Royal Doulton flambe model of an owl, printed and impressed marks to base, initialled P.D. - H29cm. (Guide £150-250)

LOT 139

LOT 140

A Royal Doulton flambe model of a tiger, printed mark to base of left front paw H15cm. (Guide £150-250)

A Royal Doulton flambe model of a rhinoceros, printed and impressed marks to base, initialled P.D. - H23.5cm. (Guide £200-300)

LOT 141

LOT 142

Two Josiah Wedgwood & Sons, Etrura tiles - one depicting a hare, and the other a nesting woodcock - 20.5cm sq (Guide £60-80)

A pair of Bohemian amber glass candlesticks, etched forest scene depicting game - H26cm, (one candlestick damaged and repaired) (Guide £100-150)

LOT 143

LOT 144

A Royal Doulton stoneware bowl decorated in the Autumn Leaves pattern diam 21cm (Guide £70-100)

A Lalique glass figure of a bison on a clear glass plinth, inscribed to base Lalique France, Cristal Lalique Paris label to front of plinth - L12cm, H10cm (Guide £60-80)

Please note all lots are subject to a buyers premium of 15%+VAT

LOT 145

LOT 146

A Lalique glass figure of a bird, inscribed to base Lalique France, Cristal Lalique Paris label to underside of tail - H9.5cm (Guide £40-60)

WITHDRAWN - A Val St Lambert cranberry overlaid glass vase of flared form, bearing label, mark to base H15cm (Guide £40-60)

LOT 147

LOT 148

WITHDRAWN - A Val St Lambert cranberry overlaid glass vase of two tiered form, mark to base and bearing label H15.5cm (Guide £40-60)

WITHDRAWN - A Val St Lambert cranberry overlaid glass vase of tapered form, mark to base, bearing label H27cm (Guide £50-80)

LOT 149

LOT 150

Two Val St Lambert hexagonal clear glass ashtrays, both marked to base, and bearing labels - W15cm largest (Guide £40-60)

WITHDRAWN - A St Louis Cristal cranberry overlaid cut glass shallow bowl, engraved mark to centre - diam 30cm (Guide £40-60)

LOT 151

LOT 152

A continental porcelain 'Marie Antoinette' cache pot, floral garland decoration with 'MA' monogram, marked to base with a crowned A in red - H12cm (Guide £50-80)

A Bohemian amber glass overlaid decanter with stopper - H18.5cm (Guide £40-60)

LOT 153

LOT 154

A small collection of antiquarian geological specimens including worked flints (25) (Guide £50-80)

A Susie Cooper green ground sugar bowl and milk jug with floral decoration, together with a black bakelite box of Art Deco form - L17cm (Guide £20-40)

LOT 155

LOT 156

A Clarice Cliff apple shaped preserve pot and cover in the Rhodanthe Aurea pattern, marked Clarice Cliff, Wilkinson England to base - H9cm (Guide £60-90)

Six pieces of damaged First Period Worcester - Cabbage leaf moulded jug H24cm; 3 moulded sauceboats; moulded bowl with monogram D23cm; moulded bowl with polychrome flowers D23cm; tea bowl, miniature & large sauceboats. (Guide £100-200)

Please note all lots are subject to a buyers premium of 15%+VAT

LOT 157

LOT 158

Four items of First Period Worcester porcelain - Royal blue bordered plate with floral centre, diam 25cm; plate with polychrome flowers, diam 19cm; Oriental style plate, diam 19cm; Imari saucer dish, diam 13cm (Guide £80-120)

Six pieces of First Period Worcester three bowls, two cups and a 16cm plate; together with an 18th century moulded sauceboat, two tea bowls and two cups (Guide £100-200)

LOT 159

LOT 160

A First Period Worcester plate with blue floral decoration, diam 22cm (hatched crescent mark); together with a First Period plate with basketwork border, diam 22cm (hatched crescent mark) (Guide £50-80)

A Charles Pillivuyt & Co pate sur pate vase decorated with storks at the waters edge, on blue base - height 14cm (Guide £50-80)

LOT 161

LOT 162

An 18th century tea bowl, probably Chelsea red anchor, together with a Meissen miniature cup (possibly 18th century) (Guide £50-80)

Ten pieces of damaged eighteenth century porcelain including a cabbage moulded jug and French saucer dish, possibly eighteenth century Vincennes (Guide £50-100)

LOT 163

LOT 164

An Meissen style plate decorated with polychrome flowers, diam24cm; a Sevres plate with flowers & basketwork border, diam24cm; a pair of Meissen style white porcelain plates with pierced borders; together with an early 18th century dish depicting Bruce Castle. (Guide £30-50)

A Royal Daulton Tango cased coffee service comprising 10 cups and 12 saucers. (Guide £40-80)

LOT 165

LOT 166

A Lalique opalescent plafonnier in the Coquilles pattern, etched R Lalique France to outer rim, moulded R Lalique to interior, with chains - diam 30cm (Guide £400-600)

A Lalique opalescent plafonnier in the Coquilles pattern, engraved R Lalique France no.385 to base of exterior, with hanging chains - diam 30cm (Guide £400-600)

LOT 167

LOT 168

A Wedgwood `Flying Humming Bird` pattern box and cover designed by Daisy Makeig-Jones, blue exterior and orange lustre interior, gilt flying geese borders, printed gilt mark and inscribed pattern number Z5294 - L16.5cm (Guide £100-150)

A Moser style footed bowl with green and black band containing gilt vine decoration, similar gilt decoration to clear glass foot - diam 24cm (Guide £60-90)

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LOT 169

LOT 170

A Clarice Cliff Bizarre 'crocus pattern' miniature jardiniere - H9cm (Guide £40-60)

A Gray-Stan glass vase designed by Mrs Graydon-Stannus, square section, stylized landscape design, engraved mark to base - H29cm (Guide £100-150)

LOT 171

LOT 172

A Perthshire scrambled 'End of the Day' paperweight, limited edition number 301/350, pink cane to centre right marked 'P' 1977, bears original paper label to base, in original box with certificate - diam 7cm. (Guide £40-60)

A Perthshire paperweight set with twelve millefiori canes on a latticino background, purple cane with star border marked 'P' 1972, in original box diam 7cm. (Guide £40-60)

LOT 173

LOT 174

Fourteen items of 1st WW crested china 1 French Poilu, 2 Pickelhaube, 3 Colonial Hats and 8 Anzac Hats. (Guide £40-60)

Seventeen items of 1st WW crested china - 2 Tommie's Helmets, 2 Pith Helmets, 1 French Cap, Forage Caps and 8 Officers Caps. (Guide £50-80)

LOT 175

LOT 176

Twenty one items of 1st WW crested china - 2 Trench Mortars 'War edition', 6 Artillery Shells including a Jack Johnson, 1 Goss Zeppelin bomb (damaged), 2 Tommie's Huts, 1 Grenade, 2 Trench Lamps, 1 Kit Bag, 1 Tommie's Bungalow, 1 Bugle, 3 Boots and 1 Bagpipes. (Guide £60-90)

1st WW War edition crested china - 3 Australian, 1 New Zealand, 2 England, 6 Belgium, 6 French, 2 India, 3 Russia, 2 Antwerp and 1 Oostende; 6 Regimental Badges and 4 Goss Royal Military College Camberley (36) (Guide £90-120)

LOT 177

LOT 178

Twenty five items of 1st WW crested china - 1 Goss Horseshoe, 1 Bulldog (broken tail), 7 Flags, 1 Piano, 1 Capstan, 3 Drums, 2 Fireplaces and 9 others including Royal Flying Corps Ancient Ewer. (Guide £70-100)

Eight large items of 1st WW crested china - 2 Plates, 1 Fireplace, 1 Cenotaph, 1 Portsmouth Memorial, 1 King Edward Howitzer, 1 Peace Mug, 1 Peace Jug CGL possibly Boer. (Guide £40-60)

LOT 179

LOT 180

Two WH Goss models of British Tanks ' England expects that every tank will do its damndest' (Tynemouth Priory Crest and Ilfracombe Crest), together with a Clifton model of tank (3). (Guide £60-90)

Savoy china model of a 1st WW Submarine ' Commander Noel Laurence', together with an Arcadian battle ship with Cowes crest. (Guide £50-80)

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LOT 181

LOT 182

A Victorian mahogany framed three seater settee, floral tapestry upholstery, carved scroll arms, melon feet with porcelain casters - L200cm (Guide £200-300)

A pair of mid 19th century satin birch child's chairs, carved scroll crest rail, fret work splats, circular seats, carved cabriole legs ending in scroll feet H84cm (Guide £350-450)

LOT 183

LOT 184

An early 19th century mahogany sideboard, centre drawer with three drawers beside - H92cm, W162cm, D60cm (Guide £100-150)

P & O compactum and wash stand, mirror to top, pull down basin, height 1.78cm, Width 48cm, Depth 24cm (Guide £100-200)

LOT 185

LOT 186

A late 19th/early 20th century walnut framed ship's revolving armchair, on ornate cast iron base showing traces of gilt, with central hole for floor fixing (Guide £50-100)

A Middle Eastern black ground rug with guls to centre surrounded by multiple border - 190x140cm (Guide £100-150)

LOT 187

LOT 188

Four Verner Panton 'S' stacking chairs in black, two 1970's models with reinforcing ribs under the seats, and two more recent chairs bearing Verner Panton signature. (Guide £350-500)

A 1970's Alessandro Albrizzi dining table, smoked glass top standing on sectional perspex base with chrome connecting fittings - diam 113.5cm, H 75cm. (Guide £500-700)

LOT 189

LOT 190

A late Georgian mahogany half moon tea table with cross banding to top, four inlaid tapered legs - H73cm, W92cm, D44cm (Guide £100-200)

A mid Victorian inlaid walnut occasional table supported on four legs with cross stretcher and white porcelain casters. (Guide £80-150)

LOT 191

LOT 192

A 19th century metal bound oak silver chest, lock plate inscribed R & S Garrard & Co, 25 Haymarket, London, plaque to front inscribed Major General Francis Seymour no.1 - H54cm, W74cm, D45cm (Guide £150-250)

An eighteenth century oak settle with four panels to back, scroll arms, metal mesh seat and cabriole legs - Height 110cm, Length 190cm, Depth 65cm (Guide £300-500)

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LOT 193

LOT 194

A late Victorian brass cased repeater carriage clock in leather travelling case (Guide £100-150)

An early/mid 20th century Heath & Co. Class A 'Hezzanith' sextant, inscribed Heath & Co New Eltham, London, in mahogany case with certificate dated 1943 (Guide £180-250)

LOT 195

LOT 196

An early 20th century brass cased bulk head clock, dial diam. 13cm (replaced) working order, complete with key (Guide £70-100)

An early 19th century rosewood banjo shaped barometer inscribed S Lelli, Newport, I.W, painted decoration to edge, restored condition - H94cm (Guide £100-150)

LOT 197

LOT 198

A US Army issue A-11 timepiece with eight day movement, dial diam. 5cm, plaque to back Order no. AC-34898 - reputedly from U.S Airforce B17 Flying Fortress at RAF Boscombe Down in 1946 (Guide £50-80)

A 9ct gold ladies stem wind fob watch with cylinder escapement, London import mark for 1912, together with a 9ct gold suspension clip and pin - approx total weight 22.2g (Guide £80-120)

LOT 199

LOT 200

An 18ct gold key wind ladies pocket watch, engraved dial, English lever and fusee movement, London 1850 - approx total weight 43.7g (Guide £200-300)

A 14k continental gold cased full hunter pocket watch, cylinder escapement, white enamel dial, monogram to front, hinge on inner bezel broken - approx total weight 62.4g (Guide £200-300)

LOT 201

LOT 202

An Accurist 21 Jewels 9ct gold ladies' wristwatch on bracelet style strap with safety chain - total gross weight 12g. (Guide £50-80)

A yellow metal Everite ladies' wristwatch on gilt metal bracelet strap, together with a Tissot gilt metal wristwatch. (Guide £40-60)

LOT 203

LOT 204

A late 19th/early 20th Century mahogany cased circular wall clock, painted dial, single train fusee movement, hexagonal weight and winding key. (Guide £100-150)

A 17th century style walnut floral marquetry longcase clock, 26cm brass dial with cherub spandrels, Thomas Herbert, London, four pillar movement, anchor escapement, 20th Century case, earlier movement - H200cm. (Guide £1000-1500)

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LOT 205

LOT 206

A World War II period military issue pocket watch, black face marked Helvetia, subsidiary seconds dial, Swiss made, inscribed to back GS/TP172874 (Guide £40-60)

An 18ct gold stem wind English lever open face pocket watch, Chester 1901, together with a 9ct gold chain and fob approx gross watch weight 121.4g, approx weight chain & fob 12.7g (Guide £200-300)

LOT 207

LOT 208

A mid 18th century walnut longcase clock, arched top with columns to sides, silvered and brass dial with rocking 'Tempust fugit' figure to arch, inscribed Martin Hall, Yarmouth - H225cm (Guide £1000-1500)

A late 19th/early 20th century walnut cased Vienna regulator, two half columns to side, two train movement with foliate design to centre of dial, brass bob pendulum, movement marked DRCM - H115cm (Guide £100-200)

LOT 209

LOT 210

A gilt metal pair cased repeater pocket watch with fusee and round pillars to the verge movement, white enamel dial with Arabic numerals, maker Girod, London, probably late 18th century (Guide £300-500)

A silver cased full hunter pocket watch, case marked JW, Birmingham assay mark - for restoration (Guide £25-50)

LOT 211

LOT 212

A silver cased pocket watch, dial inscribed The Express English Lever, key wind, together with another silver cased pocket watch, Birmingham assay mark (Guide £30-50)

A late 18th century silver gilt pocket watch, London 1795, verge and fusee movement by Wm Graham, no.6309, enamel dial with offset chapter ring and large seconds dial (Guide £250-400)

LOT 213

LOT 214

A late 19th/early 20th century Maple & Co single fusee mahogany cased wall clock, painted dial - diam 30cm, complete with pendulum and key (Guide £120-180)

A late 19th/early 20th century Swiss .800 silver cased pocket watch, key wind lever movement, Turkish numerals, dial marked K Serkisoff & Co, Constantinople, floral engraving around dial - watch diam. 5.4cm (Guide £80-120)

LOT 215

LOT 216

An A.W.W. Co Waltham Mass. pocket watch, stem wind, Roman numerals on a white enamel dial, subsidiary seconds dial, tooled case, marked 10c (Guide £180-250)

A quantity of various ephemera appertaining to the Second World War and other subjects (Guide £25-40)

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LOT 217

LOT 218

A collection of letters and ephemera appertaining to Commander W G H Bickford DSO R.N., including a letter sent to Commander Bickford by Admiral Jellicoe, signed Jellicoe (Guide £50-80)

A mid twentieth century cinema poster 'A Night to Remember', sinking Titanic to centre, cinema times and photograph of leading actor to base, Height 200cm, width 98cm, poster made up of several sections. (Guide £100-200)

LOT 219

LOT 220

A mid 20th century Cunard Queen Mary poster 'Gracious Living at its Best' 102x64cm, mounted on linen (Guide £100-200)

A framed and glazed collection of Charles Dickens memorabilia - Coutts & Company cheque dated 3rd April 1860, a signed letter to Hilson Esq from Broadstairs Kent; a gilt mounted paper knife - in oak frame (Guide £800-1200)

LOT 221

LOT 222

Sir Richard Blackmore - Creation, A Philosophical Poem in Seven Books printed for S Buckley at The Dolphin in Little Britain, 1712 (Guide £50-80)

Herodian of Alexandria - His History of Twenty Roman Caesars and Emperors (of his time), 8 books bound as oneprinted for Hugh Perry at the Harrow, London, bound in velum with no title to spine, 17.5x13.5cm (Guide £150-250)

LOT 223

LOT 224

W J Lucas - British Dragonflies (Odanata) - L Upcott Gill 1900, signed authors copy with library plate, gilt leather spine and green cloth (Guide £200-300)

Selys-Longchamps - Revue Des Odonates - Chez H Dessain 1850, W J Lucas library plate dated 1908, gilt leather spine and green cloth (Guide £20-30)

LOT 225

LOT 226

W F Kirby - A Synonymic Catalogue of Neuroptera Odonata - Gurney & Jackson 1890, W J Lucas library plate, gilt leather spine, dedicated to W J Lucas by W F Kirby (1898) (Guide £30-50)

C L Withycombe - Neuroptera reprinted from The Entomologist and others c1920's, W J Lucas library plate, gilt leather spine (Guide £10-20)

LOT 227

LOT 228

R J Tillyard - The Biology of Dragonflies Cambridge University Press 1917, W J Lucas library plate and presentation card, brown cloth binding (Guide £60-90)

W J Lucas - The Aquatic Stage of the British Dragonflies, dedication by author 1931 & A Monograph of the British Orthoptera, published 1920; William Buckler - The Larvae of the British Butterflies and Moths vols. I&II, 1892 (4) (Guide £80-120)

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LOT 229

LOT 230

Frank Morey - A Guide to the Natural History of the Isle of Wight - published by Isle of Wight County Press and William Wesly & Son, London, 1909, W J Lucas library plate, dedication from editor, together with letter from the author to W J Lucas (Guide £50-80)

W J Lucas - The Book of British Hawk Moths, published by L Upcott Gill 1895, W J Lucas library plate, dedicated to W J Lucas from publisher, gilt leather binding (Guide £60-100)

LOT 231

LOT 232

W J Lucas - The Book of British Butterflies - published Upcott Gill, 1893, W J Lucas library plate, letter from publisher to W J Lucas, gilt leather spine (Guide £20-30)

John Henry Leech - British Pyralides published by R H Porter, London 1886, W J Lucas library plate, and note in back that hand coloured plates are by W J Lucas (Guide £20-30)

LOT 233

LOT 234

L C Miall - The Early Naturalists Their Lives and Work (1530-1789), published by Macmillan & Co Ltd, London 1912, W J Lucas library plate (Guide £15-30)

W J Gordon - Our Country's Butterflies & Moths and How to Know Them published Day & Son, London (Guide £20-30)

LOT 235

LOT 236

J O Westwood - The Butterflies of Great Britain with Their Transformations, Delineated and Described, published by Thomas Sanderson, London 1857, green and gilt cover, gilt butterfly motif to front (Guide £60-80)

F W Frohawk - Natural History of British Butterflies volumes I&II - published by Hutchinson & Co, London, preface dated 1914 - blue cloth (Guide £150-250)

LOT 237

LOT 238

F W Frohawk - Varieties of British Butterflies, published by Ward, Lock & Co Ltd, 1938, buff cloth cover and dust jacket, inscription to flyleaf dated 1946 (Guide £40-60)

Edward Newman - Natural History of British Butterflies, published by William Tweedie, London 1871, green, gilt and black cover (Guide £15-20)

LOT 239

LOT 240

F W Frohawk - The Complete Book of British Butterflies, published by Ward, Lock & Co Ltd, 1934 (Guide £15-25)

The Centenary History of the Entomological Society of London 1833-1933, published by Richard Clay & Sons Ltd, 1933 - signed by the President and other members of the society (Guide £10-20)

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LOT 241

LOT 242

H G Adams - Beautiful Butterflies, published by Groombridge & Sons, London, green embossed cover (Guide £20-40)

F O Morris - A History of British Butterflies, fourth edition, published by George Bell & Sons, 1876, blue embossed cover with gilt butterfly motif to front (book annotated throughout) (Guide £40-60)

LOT 243

LOT 244

W Furneaux - The Out-Door World, (2nd edition) 1894; Butterflies and Moths (new edition) 1897; Life in Ponds and Streams, (new edition) 1897, published Longmans, Green & Co (Guide £20-30)

W F Kirby - Lloyd's Natural History Butterflies and Moths volumes I,II,III & V, published Edward Lloyd Ltd, London 1896/97 (Guide £60-80)

LOT 245

LOT 246

H H Brown - By Meadow, Grove & Stream, 1907; G Bentham & J D Hooker Handbook of British Flora, 1937; W S Coleman - British Butterflies 1860 (Guide £20-40)

James Rennie - A Conspectus of the Butterflies and Moths Found in Britain, published William Orr, London 1832, together with Captain Thomas Brown The Book of Butterflies, Sphinges and Moths (vo.l III), published Whittaker & Co, 1834 (Guide £40-60)

LOT 247

LOT 248

The Naturalist's Library volume XXIX, Insects volume II - edited by Sir William Jardine Bart, published by W H Allen & Co, London, red and gilt cover (Guide £30-50)

J O Westwood - The Entomologist's Text Book, published W S Orr & Co, London, 1838 together with H T Stainton - British Butterflies and Moths, published Reeve & Co, London 1867 (Guide £40-60)

LOT 249

LOT 250

Philip S Corbet, Cynthia Longfield & N W Moore - The New Naturalist - Dragonflies, 1960 1st Edition, published by Collins with dust jacket (Guide £150-180)

William and William George Sutherland The Art of Graining & Imitating Wood, second edition 1900, 34 pages and 20 chromo plates - 48x35cm brown cloth (Guide £150-250)

LOT 251

LOT 252

An Isle of Wight Rifles swagger stick L71cm (Guide £50-80)

A 1974 gold Krugerrand '1oz fine gold' approx weight 34.1g (Guide £700-800)

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LOT 253

LOT 254

A 1974 gold Krugerrand '1oz fine gold' approx weight 34g (Guide £700-800)

A Royal Mint 1989 United Kingdom £5 brilliant uncirculated gold coin no.02253 - approx weight 39.94g, in presentation case (Guide £900-1000)

LOT 255

LOT 256

A 500th anniversary 1489-1989 gold proof sovereign three coin set no.00852 comprising half sovereign, sovereign and double sovereign, in presentation case (Guide £1100-1200)

A Brittania 1987 proof set of four gold coins, no.04366 - denominations of £100, £50, £25 and £10, in presentation case (Guide £1100-1200)

LOT 257

LOT 258

A United Kingdom 1987 gold proof collection no.11636, comprising £2, sovereign and half sovereign, in presentation case (Guide £850-950)

A First World War group of three medals awarded to 18758 Pte E.E. Bray. 2-Can. Inf. - War Medal, Victory Medal, 1914-15 Medal (Guide £40-60)

LOT 259

LOT 260

A German World War II cockpit clock, probably from a Junkers JU88, inscribed to reverse 854848, Gerat Nr 127-553 - dial diameter 4.2cm (Guide £100-150)

A Queen Victoria Volunteer Long Service & Good Conduct Medal awarded to 703.Private E. Solomon 12th Mx (Civil Service) V.I; A 1st WW pair awarded to Capt.E.E. Solomon; A George V Territorial decoration etc. (Guide £150-200)

LOT 261

LOT 262

A gilt decorated presentation photograph album given to Brevet Colonel E E Solomon T.D. on relinquishing the command of The Hampshire Heavy Brigade Royal Artillrery, depicting fellow officers and places visited (incl. IOW) some loose postcards (Guide £80-120)

A 2nd WW 1st Army five medal group War Medal, Defence Medal, Italy Star, Africa Star (with 1st Army clasp), 1939-45 Star, together with various sporting medals awarded to MN & RE Solomon, George V Silver Jubilee medals etc (Guide £50-100)

LOT 263

LOT 264

J Armfield Bindon (XX) - Venetian scene with gondolas - 36x50cm watercolour, signed bottom right, framed, together with Hove Museum Art Exhibition of Paintings by J Armfield Bindon (Guide £50-100)

Kenneth Denton Shoesmith (1890-1939) - One of 12 murals telling the story of Sir Francis Drake's defeat of the Spanish Armada of 1588, 'The San Martin cuts its cables and makes for the open sea' 100cm x 190cm, oil on canvas, gilt oak leaf frame. (Guide £2000-3000)

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LOT 265

LOT 266

O N Grandmaison (XX) - Mountain reflections, Fairholme Range, Alberta 24x29cm oil on board, signed bottom left framed (Guide £80-150)

Greville Irwin (1893-1947) - two priests on a park bench - 49x58cm oil on board, signed bottom left, in gilt frame (Guide £100-150)

LOT 267

LOT 268

A pair of early 20th century miniatures on porcelain, Madame Vigee-Lebrun and one other - each plaque 8x6cm, frame size 17x15cm (Guide £100-150)

Studio of Miguel Canals (1925-1995) Still life with fruit and glassware 78x57cm oil on canvas, studio stamp to stretcher, gilt frame (Guide £300-400)

LOT 269

LOT 270

Late 19th/early 20th century English School - In Shakespeare's County, Cottage Home at Weston, Warwickshire 25x35cm watercolour mounted on board (no frame) (Guide £50-80)

Late 19th/early 20th century English School - Berkshire Cottage Home 25x35cm watercolour mounted on board (no frame) (Guide £50-80)

LOT 271

LOT 272

Antonio De Simone (1851-1907) - S Y Solaire - 19.5x30cm gouache, signed bottom right, framed and glazed (Guide £250-350)

Demisant - stylized interior scene with four figures - 39x32cm oil on hardwood panel, signed bottom right and dated 1860(?), in gilt frame (Guide £80-120)

LOT 273

LOT 274

Lennard Lewis (1826-1913) - shepherd with lake and mountains in distance (possibly Scottish Loch) - 27x49cm watercolour, signed bottom right, dated 1884, framed and glazed (Guide £50-100)

Richard Weatherill (1844-1923) - Sunset at Whitby - 29.5x18.5cm oil painting in gilt frame, signed bottom left (framed and glazed) (Guide £800-1200)

LOT 275

LOT 276

Thomas Liddall Armitage (1855-1924) Medieval Minstrel - 55x39cm watercolour, paper on board, signed bottom left 1902 (possibly illustration) - not framed (Guide £250-500)

After Edgar Hunt - goat and pigeons in barn 35x30cm oil on canvas, signed bottom right, in gilt frame (Guide £50-100)

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LOT 277

LOT 278

Late 19th/early 20th century school - pair of unsigned oval pencil drawings of dogs, heightened with white, 31x26cm, framed and glazed (Guide £70-100)

19th century school - Irish setter retrieving duck from marshes - 14x19cm oil on canvas, initialled bottom left, framed and glazed (Guide £50-80)

LOT 279

LOT 280

Cavendish Morton (1911-2015) - Rural lane with trees in winter - 21x27cm watercolour, signed bottom right, dated 1981, framed and glazed (Guide £250-350)

Edward H Vaughan (XIX-XX) - lake and mountain scene - 22x38cm watercolour, signed bottom left, framed and glazed (Guide £100-150)

LOT 281

LOT 282

Edward H Vaughan (XIX-XX) - lake scene with stormy sky - 25x54cm watercolour, signed bottom left, framed and glazed (Guide £100-150)

Edward H Vaughan (XIX-XX) - sunrise over coast - 26x46cm watercolour, signed bottom left, framed and glazed (Guide £100-150)

LOT 283

LOT 284

A Chinese Canton export brise fan, 19th century, the two guards carved with figures and foliage, the 19 sticks pierced with figure, pavilion and foliage design - guard length 19cm, together with an early 20th century bone brise fan, guard length 17.5cm (Guide £100-200)

A pair of Chinese cast metal face screens of crane and foliate design with inscription to left of circular panel H28.5cm (Guide £30-50)

LOT 285

LOT 286

A Chinese carved ivory snuff bottle with butterfly and flower design - H6cm, together with an oriental brass pill box, lid depicting stylized frogs sheltering under an umbrella - W5.5cm (Guide £50-80)

A Japanese beaker of slightly tapered form depicting a dragon in the clouds with Mount Fuji in the background, four character seal mark to base - H8.5cm (Guide £50-100)

LOT 287

LOT 288

A Canton carved bone brise fan, the guards carved with figures, pagodas and trees, the nineteen sticks pierced with similar design - length of guard 19.5cm (Guide £100-150)

A Chinese carved fruit stone and ivory/ bone bead necklace, the larger fruit stones carved with the faces of mythical beasts, the smaller stones and bone/ ivory beads carved as human skulls, string tied as a tassle - L 80cm (Guide £150-250)

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LOT 289

LOT 290

A Chinese porcelain bowl decorated with symbols in underglaze blue, reign mark to base - diam 12cm - broken and repaired (Guide £30-50)

A 19th century Chinese cinnabar lacquer square tray carved with two figures on terrace with trees and mountains, floral border to edge, carved to the exterior of rim, black lacquer to base, unmarked - 35x35cm (Guide £100-200)

LOT 291

LOT 292

A Japanese white metal cigarette case with multi metal decoration depicting geisha beside table with vase of flowers, boy blowing bubbles to reverse with engraved signature - 9x8cm (Guide £50-80)

A Chinese silver three piece tea set, by Tuck Chang, embossed with dragons, complete with carved oval hardwood tray with silver bamboo handles and unmarked tongs of bamboo design approx weight of tea set 1096g/5.2 troy oz (Guide £800-1200)

LOT 293

LOT 294

A Chinese famille verte saucer dish depicting Imperial dragon to centre roundel, carp and stylized waves to border, Xuande mark to reverse but later diam 21cm - with hardwood display stand (Guide £100-150)

A late 19th/early 20th century Canton figure of a deity, possibly Po Tai apostle of mirth, polychrome decoration H14cm (Guide £150-200)

LOT 295

LOT 296

A Chinese turquoise glazed footed bowl, white interior, finely crazed turquoise glaze to exterior, painted square mark within double circle to base - diam 20cm (Guide £250-300)

An Isle of Wight Glass limited edition 'Seascape' pattern lollypop vase, signed to base Michael Harris (etched number unclear), and triangular label- H22cm (Guide £50-80)

LOT 297

LOT 298

An Isle of Wight Glass limited edition 'Seascape' tall rectangular vase, signed to base Michael Harris, 34/500, triangular label to lower back - H34cm - damaged (Guide £30-50)

An Isle of Wight Glass 'Azurene' pattern 'fish' vase in green - H19cm - no label or signature present (Guide £50-80)

LOT 299

LOT 300

An unmarked Isle of Wight Glass paperweight with blue, green and white flower design - H9cm (Guide £10-20)

A framed and glazed monochrome print entitled 'Thos. White, Thetis Dock, Cowes, Isle of Wight', James & Josiah Neele (Guide £30-50)

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LOT 301

LOT 302

Jocelyn Galsworthy - Newclose Cricket Ground, Isle of Wight - 55x90cm, oil on canvas, signed bottom right, dated 2009, framed (Guide £200-300)

An Isle of Wight Glass lollypop vase, bearing label to base 'hand made Isle of Wight, England', impressed Isle of Wight Glass flame - H17cm (Guide £50-80)

LOT 303

LOT 304

An Isle of Wight Glass 'Seascape design' cylindrical candlestick, bearing triangular Isle of Wight Glass label - H13.5cm (Guide £40-60)

An Isle of Wight Glass 'Aurene design' cylindrical vase, impressed Isle of Wight Glass flame, Isle of Wight Glass triangular label - H26cm (Guide £40-60)

LOT 305

LOT 306

A Hillis Brickworks terracotta plaque depicting Whippingham Church - diam 23cm (Guide £25-40)

An Isle of Wight Glass Undercliff Day pattern eliptical vase with flared rim H28cm. (Guide £250-350)

LOT 307

LOT 308

An Isle of Wight Glass Woodland pattern spherical vase - H7.5cm. (Guide £25-40)

An Isle of Wight Glass Sugar and Spice pattern paperweight - H7cm, bears original gold paper label to base. (Guide £25-40)

LOT 309

LOT 310

Thomas Kitchin - A New Improved Map of Hampshire, depicting the hundreds of Hampshire with the Isle of Wight, sixteen segment map mounted on linen, framed and glazed - map size 52x68cm - c1760 (Guide £40-60)

Leonard Howells - etching of Seville, 28x14cm; together with Charles Bird etching of French cathedral, dated 1914, 18x12cm (both framed and glazed) (Guide £20-40)

LOT 311

LOT 312

Four early 19th century coloured political prints, all framed and glazed, including 'The Guard Wot Looks Arter The Sovereign (varied sizes) (Guide £70-100)

Three early 19th century coloured political prints, all framed and glazed, including 'Two Penny Whist' (varied sizes) (Guide £50-80)

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LOT 313

LOT 314

James Gillray 1756-1815 - The State Waggoner and John Bull - etching with aquatint, depicting Addington pleading with John Bull, published 1804 by H Humphrey - 26x36cm (Guide £100-150)

Chris Orr (1943) - 'Chris Orr's John Ruskin' - 25x27cm etching, signed and dated 1972, 35/50 - framed and glazed 70x52cm (mounted on card) (Guide £50-80)

LOT 315

LOT 316

Herbert Thomas Dicksee (1862-1942) Suspense - 45x68cm etching, initialled HD 1920 to bottom right, signed by the artist, published by Frost & Reed Ltd, in mount and frame (Guide £300-500)

A late 19th/early 20th century dolls house of tongue and groove construction, front enclosed by a pair of doors, complete with various furniture H92cm, W85cm, D57cm (Guide £50-100)

LOT 317

LOT 318

An early 20th century child's wooden pushchair with red wheels - height 68cm. (Guide £30-50)

An Armand Marseille Dream Baby 351/5K bisque headed doll, sleepy brown eyes, open mouth with teeth, composition body - height 47cm, together with a small Dream Baby doll with grey eyes 351/3/0K - height 23cm. (Guide £70-100)

LOT 319

LOT 320

A Heubach Koppelsdorf doll, bisque head with sleepy blue eyes, open mouth with teeth, composition body, 342.3/0, with flower trimmed hat - height 36cm. (Guide £40-60)

A Heubach Koppelsdorf doll, bisque headed doll with sleepy brown eyes, open mouth with teeth, composition body, 300.0 - height 40cm (Guide £30-50)

LOT 321

LOT 322

An Armand Marseille doll, bisque headed doll with sleepy brown eyes, open mouth with teeth, celluloid hands - height 34cms (Guide £30-50)

A mid 20th century Rosebud miniature doll with sleepy blue eyes, hard plastic body - height 16cm (Guide £10-20)

LOT 323

LOT 324

A Chinese ivory and shibayama fan decorated with insects and birds, fourteen sticks (fan damaged), a European painted silk fan, two European painted lace fans, together with three late 20th century Chinese fans (Guide £50-80)

A small collection of micro mosaic jewellery and boxes (Guide £50-80)

Please note all lots are subject to a buyers premium of 15%+VAT

LOT 325

LOT 326

A bead work and leather belt, possibly military, together with other bead work and metal work (Guide £40-60)

A collection of thirty-two pen knives including nine miniature knives, various designs including shoes, cockerel, American car etc (Guide £30-50)

LOT 327

LOT 328

An early 20th century gilt cast metal bell push in the form of a sleeping dachshund, blue glass bell push, illegible signature to base, mounted on white marble - W10cm (Guide £100-150)

A bronze figure of a carp - L44cm (Guide £200-250)

LOT 329

LOT 330

A spelter figure of a stag standing on rocky outcrop, signed L Carvin, mounted on rouge marble plinth - H64.5cm. (Guide £250-350)

A late 19th Century, probably French, bronzed and marbled cast iron figural floor standing lamp, modelled as a cherub holding an urn, with later brass six branch light fitting, now fitted for electricity - H 178cm. (Guide £1000-1500)

LOT 331

LOT 332

A collection of four Egyptian artifacts, two metal and two ceramic, age unknown (Guide £50-80)

A Georgian wooden tea caddy containing thirteen assorted metal and ceramic Egyptian artifacts, age unknown (Guide £50-80)

LOT 333

LOT 334

A Montblanc 220 Classic converter fountain pen in burgundy resin, gold nib marked 585, gilt metal edged lid inscribed Montblanc Germany - L13.5cm. (Guide £50-80)

J Armfield Bindon (XX) - An abstract wooden sculpture of figural form H55cm (head broken and repaired) (Guide £25-50)

LOT 335

LOT 336

A Suzuki bowl back mandolin with label for Suzuki Violin Co. Ltd Nagoya, Japan, no.1492,1971 (Guide £40-80)

A late 19th/early 20th century Cancale oyster shell carved with a Breton fisherman beside boat - 18x17cm, together with a smaller carved shell with pierced edge (Guide £80-120)

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LOT 337

LOT 338

A 19th century bronze tazza, central roundel depicting classical scholars in conversation, with inscription top and bottom, two handles - W34cm (Guide £80-120)

A bronze female bust on square pillar, the whole mounted on circular cast iron base, bust inscribed RP/21 - H21cm (Guide £50-80)

LOT 339

LOT 340

A bronze mortar of waisted form with bands of decoration to top and base H9cm (Guide £30-50)

A bronze model of a crayfish (possibly Japanese), tail outstretched, one antennae replaced, realistically modelled to top and under body L18.5cm (Guide £80-120)

LOT 341

LOT 342

A pair of cold painted bronze candlesticks formed as budgerigars underneath palm trees, on circular copper bases weighted with cast iron - H19cm (Guide £100-150)

An Austrian cold painted bronze group of four hounds, mark to base Gesc...., one hound lying down, one seated and two standing, loss to paint - W13.5cm, H7.5cm (Guide £200-300)

LOT 343

LOT 344

A cold painted bronze of a robin signed Geshutz 1833, on later wooden stand L7.5cm (Guide £80-120)

A bronze figure of a swan with legs behind, probably Austrian, signs of orange paint to webbed feet - L10.5cm (Guide £80-120)

LOT 345

LOT 346

After Henri Trodoux - late 19th century bronze of a cockerel - H9.5cm (Guide £50-80)

An Austrian cold painted bronze figure of a hare standing on rear feet, H9cm (Guide £80-120)

LOT 347

LOT 348

A cold painted bronze figure of a red setter - L8.5cm (Guide £40-60)

An Austrian cold painted bronze of a brown and white spaniel with four legs on ball - H9cm (Guide £80-120)

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LOT 349

LOT 350

An Austrian cold painted bronze figure of a Jack Russell - L10cm (Guide £80-120)

An Austrian cold painted bronze figure of a blood hound - H7cm (Guide £80-120)

LOT 351

LOT 352

An Austrian cold painted bronze figure of a seated stag, marked 'Austria' - L8cm (Guide £60-90)

An Austrian cold painted bronze figure of a standing kingfisher - H4cm (Guide £40-60)

LOT 353

LOT 354

A silvered cold painted bronze figure of a trout on circular plinth - W6cm (Guide £20-40)

An Austrian cold painted bronze figure of a speckled trout - L16cm (Guide £80-120)

LOT 355

LOT 356

An Austrian cold painted bronze hanging paper clip in the form of a bird's head with glass eyes, possibly a heron, stamped Geschutzt - L16cm (Guide £100-150)

An Austrian cold painted bronze figure of a seated Arab smoking a pipe, marked to base Geschutzt, 2618, with amphora - H6cm (Guide £100-150)

LOT 357

LOT 358

A Bergmann miniature frame in the form of a bronze hooded figure, marked with B inside amphora - H5cm (Guide £80-120)

A Bergmann cold painted bronze figure group depicting two shepherds and three sheep, mark to base with B inside amphora - H10cm (Guide £200-300)

LOT 359

LOT 360

An Austrian cold painted bronze figure of a rat with tail up, marked B inside amphora L8.5cm (Guide £60-80)

A 9ct gold cased fountain pen with two bands to barrel, marked AD, .375 import mark, Parker Duofold 14k gold nib L12.5cm (Guide £150-250)

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LOT 361

LOT 362

Tomas Ndombele (XX) - stylized African female nude playing lute - 74x54cm bronze plaque, stamp to bottom right T Ndombele 83 (Guide £300-500)

A Parker Maxima fountain pen with a 14k nib, together with a Parker Slimfold fountain pen with 14k gold nib (Guide £30-40)

LOT 363

LOT 364

A pair of 19th century cold painted spelter figures of Indian lady and gentleman bearing torches - H39cm (Guide £50-100)

A late 19th/early 20th Century carved ivory left hand and wrist - L 7.5cm. (Guide £25-40)

LOT 365

LOT 366

A vintage Dior monogram saddle bag in dark brown with tan leather trim and shoulder strap, flap fastening with popper, open pocket to rear, interior with removable zip fastened pochette - W27cm, H22cm. (Guide £70-90)

A Chanel quilted patent leather coin purse in navy blue, flap fastening with popper, patch pocket to rear, interior with three compartments, bearing serial number 14396725 - W11cm, H9cm. (Guide £25-50)

LOT 367

LOT 368

A vintage Mulberry chestnut brown congo leather shoulder bag, zip fastening to top, tartan lining with internal zipped pocket, interior bears applied leather label and metal tag with tree logo, serial number 320971 - H20cm, W28cm. (Guide £100-150)

A Mulberry oversized Alexa handbag in oak leather, plaited top handle & detachable shoulder strap, gilt metal postman's lock clasp, lined in fabric bearing tree logo, interior zipped and pouch pockets, serial no.755809 H32cm, W37cm. (Guide £200-300)

LOT 369

LOT 370

An Alexander McQueen degrade grey silk chiffon skull pattern scarf - 110 x 180cm. (Guide £40-60)

A Gucci monogram canvas handbag with brown leather handles and trim, brown canvas lining with zipped pocket and mobile phone pocket, brown leather label to interior marked 'Gucci made in Italy' - 43x26cm (44cm to top of handle) (Guide £100-150)

LOT 371

LOT 372

A Vivienne Westwood pale pink leather wallet with applied gilt metal and enamel orb, interior with zipped compartment, six card slots and four longer compartments 18x9cm, with box. (Guide £25-40)

A Tibetan/Nepalese phurbas with wax museum seal - L23cm, together with an incomplete carved hardwood figure (Guide £20-40)

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LOT 373

LOT 374

A Victorian Palais Royal gilt metal and mother of pearl table bell, surmounted with a gilt metal swallow - H11cm (Guide £50-80)

Thirty- four graduated copal amber trade beads - approx gross weight 950g (Guide £70-100)

LOT 375

LOT 376

A 19th century classical style cast iron baluster pedestal with lappet decoration to lower section - H87cm, diam38cm (Guide £100-150)

A late 19th/early 20th century buff painted terracotta sphinx on rectangular pedestal - H80cm, L50cm (Guide £80-150)

LOT 377

LOT 378

A late 19th/early 20th century African (probably South Africa) hardwood club, the head with four section carving - L69cm, together with vintage photograph of South African gentleman with two natives bearing clubs (Guide £80-120)

An early 20th century Kenyan hardwood spiral carved walking stick, the handle carved as female figure with baby L80cm (Guide £30-50)

LOT 379

LOT 380

An early 20th century cast bronze miniature tazza of foliate design, inscribed A Marionnet- diam 11cm inscribed in and under bowl (Guide £70-100)

A quantity of photographic slides from the 1920's - mostly portraits, together with some modern reprints. (Guide £30-50)

LOT 381

LOT 382

Three Tassie style glass paste medallions - female bust in clear glass (chip to hair) diam 4.3cm; similar grey glass medallion (small chip to edge); together with an oval medallion depicting female bust with crown and E to base (chips to edges) - 4.8x4cm, with white backing (Guide £80-120)

A 19th century brass mounted rosewood writing slope with gilt leather interior and original inkwells - W40cm (Guide £50-80)

LOT 383

LOT 384

A 19th century mother of pearl and abalone card case of geometric form 10.5x7.5cm (Guide £50-80)

An enamel sign, red lettering on cream ground - Lyons' Coffee and Chicory Extract - 30x90cm (Guide £30-50)

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LOT 385

LOT 386

A His Master's Voice picnic gramophone, no.4 reproducer, retailed by Miller & Son, Cambridge, the top gilt printed with Oxford and Cambridge centenary boat race (1829-1929) memento, signed by eighteen crew members (Guide £70-100)

A late 19th/early 20th century Vizagapatum ivory needlework basket, profusely decorated with figures and foliate design, sandalwood interior with fretwork division, four paw feet L31.5cm, H28cm (to top of swing handle) (Guide £600-900)

LOT 387

LOT 388

A mother of pearl and painted silk fan, possibly retailed by Garrard and possibly once belonging to Margareta, Archduchess of Austria, the painting signed and dated 1911 - L30cm (Guide £30-50)

A 20th century spelter figure of a standing hunting dog on rectangular plinth - L52cm (Guide £50-80)

LOT 389

LOT 390

After P J Mene - a bronze figure of two race horses, on naturalistic base, engraved PJ Mene - L38cm (Guide £80-120)

Late 19th/early 20th century school ships in river at sunset - 25x35cm oil painting, initialled AB to bottom right, framed and glazed (Guide £50-80)

LOT 391

LOT 392

An 18th century enamel bonbonnier in the form of a parrot perched on a fruit laden bowl, the metal mounted hinged base painted with parrot in garden setting, probably Bilston - L7cm, H5.7cm (Guide £1000-1200)

A late 19th/early 20th century oyster shell purse with photographic print to reverse of shell depicting Eastern Orthodox gentleman, with plated clasp and red lining/interior - L11cm (Guide £40-60)

LOT 393

LOT 394

A vintage Hermes silk scarf in the `Eperon D`Or` pattern, navy and red colourway, designed by Henri d`Origny, bears `H. d`Origny` signature at top right and marked `Hermes Sellier, Paris` to the centre bottom edge - 87cm square. (Guide £50-80)

A vintage Hermes silk scarf in the 'Springs' pattern, burgundy colourway, designed by Ledoux, bears Ledoux signature to bottom right and marked Hermes - Paris to centre - 87cm square. (Guide £50-80)

LOT 395

LOT 396

A vintage Hermes silk scarf in the 'Les Rubans Du Cheval' pattern, deep pink border, designed by Joachim Metz, bears 'J.Metz' signature to bottom right, marked Hermes - Paris to centre bottom - 87cm square. (Guide £80-100)

A vintage Hermes silk scarf in the 'Regina' pattern, cornflower blue border, designed by Leila Menchari and bearing her signature to lower right, marked Hermes - Paris to top - 87cm square. (Guide £70-90)

Please note all lots are subject to a buyers premium of 15%+VAT

LOT 397 Gered Mankowitz (b.1946) - The Jimi Hendrix Experience, 1967 (printed later), lenticular print, signed and numbered 2/5 by the photographer to verso 152x122cm. (Guide £700-900)

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CONDITIONS OF SALE Hose Rhodes Dickson Auction Rooms (hereinafter called the auctioneers) conduct business under the following Conditions of Sale. 1. Definitions a) ‘deliberate forgery’ means an imitation made with the intention of deceiving as to authorship, origin, date, age, period, culture or source, but which is unequivocally described in the catalogue as being the work of a particular creator and which, at the sale date, had a value materially less than it would have had if it had been as described in the catalogue; b) ‘terms of consignment’ means the stipulated terms and rates of commission under which the auctioneers accept instructions from the vendor or his agent; c) ’hammer price’ means the level of bidding reached when the auctioneer brings down the hammer; d) ’total amount due’ means the hammer price together with the premium, VAT chargeable and any other charges payable by the defaulting buyer under these conditions; e) ‘sale proceeds’ means the net amount due to the seller, being the hammer price of the lot sold less commission at the standard rate, VAT chargeable and any other amounts due to us by the seller in whatever capacity and however arising. 2. Bidding Procedure a) bidders are required to register their particulars before bidding and to satisfy themselves as to the security arrangements at the saleroom; b) the maker of the highest bid accepted by the auctioneer shall be the buyer at the hammer price; c) any dispute shall be settled at the auctioneer’s absolute discretion by reoffering the lot concerned; the auctioneer shall act reasonably in this matter; d) bidders shall be deemed to act as principals; e) the auctioneer has the right to bid on behalf of the seller up to the amount of any reserve and to refuse any bid; f) bidding increments shall be at the auctioneer’s sole discretion. 3. The Purchase Price The buyer shall pay the hammer price together with a premium of 15% + VAT at the current rate. 4. Value Added Tax VAT (at the current rate) on the hammer price is imposed by law on all lots marked with a (*). 5. Payment Accounts must be settled in pounds sterling within two working days of the auction. Proof of identity may be required. Cheques will have to be cleared before purchases can be collected. Any payments may be applied towards any sums owing by you to us on any account whatever, without regard to any directions of you or your agent, whether expressed or implied. 6. Title and Collection of Purchases Ownership will not pass to the buyer until full payment has been made. The buyer must, at their own risk and expense, clear their purchases from the saleroom within two working days of the auction date, or upon the clearance of any cheque used for payment, after which you will be responsible for any removal, storage and insurance charges. 7. Non - Payment or Failure to Collect Purchases If any lot is not paid for in full or taken away in accordance with these conditions or if there is any other breach of these conditions, we, as agents for the seller and on our own behalf, shall at our absolute discretion and without prejudice to any other rights we may have, be entitled to carry out the following rights and remedies: a) to proceed against you for breach of contract; b) to rescind the sale of that lot and your other purchased lots; c) to resell the lot (by auction or public treaty), in which case you shall be responsible for any resulting shortfall (after crediting any part payment and adding any resale costs); any surplus so arising shall belong to the seller; d) to remove, store and insure the lot at your expense; e)to charge interest at a rate not exceeding 1.5% per month on the total amount, to the extent it remains unpaid for more than two working days after the sale; f) to retain that or any other lot sold until you pay the total amount due; g) to reject or ignore bids from you or your agent at future auctions or to impose conditions before any such bids shall be accepted h) to apply any proceeds of sale of other lots due to you, or in future becoming due to you, towards the settlement of the total amount due and to exercise a lien (that is a right to retain possession of any of your property in our possession for any purpose until the debt due is satisfied).We shall pursue these rights and remedies only so far as is reasonable to make appropriate recovery. 8. Third Party Liability All members of the public on our premises are there at their own risk and must note the lay-out of the accommodation and security arrangements. Accordingly neither the auctioneers nor their employees or agents shall incur liability for death or personal injury (except as required by law by reason of our negligence) or similarly for the safety of the property of persons visiting the saleroom.

9. Commission Bids Whilst prospective buyers are strongly advised to attend the auction and are always responsible for any decision to bid for a particular lot and shall be assumed to have carefully inspected and satisfied themselves as to its condition, we will, if so instructed clearly in writing, execute bids on their behalf. Neither the auctioneers nor their employees or agents shall be responsible for any failure to do so save where such failure is unreasonable. Where two or more commission bids at the same level are received, we reserve the right in our absolute discretion to prefer the first bid so made. 10. Warranty of Title and Availability The seller warrants to the auctioneer and the buyer that the seller is the true owner of the property consigned or is properly authorised by the true owner to consign it for sale and is able to transfer good and marketable title to the property free from any third party claims. 11. Agency The auctioneer normally acts as agent only and disclaims any responsibility for default by sellers or buyers. 12. Terms of Sale The seller acknowledges that lots are sold subject to the stipulations of these conditions in their entirety and on the terms of consignment as notified to the vendor on the reverse of the entry form. 13. Right of Admission The auctioneer shall have the right, at our discretion, to refuse admission to the auction rooms or attendance at our auctions by any person. 14. Descriptions and Condition Whilst we strive to describe lots accurately, it may be impractical for us to carry out exhaustive due diligence on each lot. Prospective buyers are given ample opportunities to view and inspect before any sale and they (and any independent experts on their behalf) must satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of any description applied to a lot. Prospective buyers also bid on the understanding that, inevitably, representations or statements by us as to authorship, genuineness, origin, date, age, provenance, condition or estimated selling price involve matters of opinion. We undertake that any such opinion shall be honestly and reasonably held and accept liability for opinions given negligently or fraudulently. Subject to the foregoing neither we, the auctioneer, nor our employees or agents nor the seller accept liability for the correctness of such opinions, and all conditions and warranties whether relating to description, condition or quality of lots, express, implied or statutory, are hereby excluded. This condition is subject to the next condition concerning forgeries. Private treaty sales made under these conditions are deemed to be sales by auction for the purposes of consumer legislation. 15. Forgeries Notwithstanding the preceding condition, any lot which proves to be a deliberate forgery (as defined) may be returned to us by you within 14 days of the auction provided it is in the same condition as when bought, and is accompanied by particulars identifying it from the relevant catalogue description and a written statement of the defects. If we are satisfied from the evidence that the lot is a deliberate forgery, we shall refund the money paid by you for the lot including any buyer’s premium provided that 1) if the catalogue description reflected the accepted view of scholars and experts at the date of the sale or 2) you personally are not able to transfer a good and marketable title to us, you shall have no rights under this condition. The right of return provided by this condition is additional to any right or remedy by law or by these conditions of sale. 16. Any right to compensation for losses, liabilities and expenses incurred in respect of and as a result of any breach of these conditions and any exclusions provided by them shall be available to the seller and/or the auctioneer, as appropriate. Such rights and exclusions shall extend to and be deemed to be for the benefit of employees and agents of the seller and/or the auctioneer who may themselves enforce them. 17. Any notice to any buyer, seller, bidder or viewer may be given by first class mail or Swiftmail, in which case it shall be deemed to have been received by the addressee 48 hours after posting. 18. Any indulgence extended to bidders, buyers and sellers by us, notwithstanding the strict terms of these conditions or terms of consignment, shall affect the position at the relevant time only and in respect of that particular concession only; in all other respect these conditions shall be construed as having full force and effect. 19. English law applies to the interpretation of these conditions.

CONDITIONS OF SALE - INFORMATION FOR BUYERS

1. Agency Hose Rhodes Dickson contract as agents for the seller, whose identity is not disclosed, for reasons of confidentiality. As a buyer, your primary contract is with the seller. 2. Estimates Buyer’s premium and VAT are not included in the estimates given. If there is a reserve, this will not be above the lower estimate. The auctioneers prepare estimates some time in advance of the sale, and as estimates are not definitive, please ask if there has been any revision. 3. The Purchase Price The buyer will pay the hammer price together with a premium of 15% + VAT at the appropriate rate. 4. VAT The symbol (*) indicates that VAT at the current standard rate is payable by the purchaser on the hammer price, as well as being an element in the buyer’s premium. VAT will be charged if the seller is registered for VAT and is not operating the dealer’s margin scheme. If there is no (*) beside the lot number, no VAT will be payable. In this case the lot is sold under the auctioneer’s margin scheme and it should be noted that VAT included within the buyer’s premium is not recoverable as input tax. 5. Inspection Hose Rhodes Dickson will be pleased to assist buyers with inspection of goods. Buyers must accept responsibility for inspecting and investigating lots in which they have an interest. In particular, mechanical goods of any age are not guaranteed to be in working order. Please see our conditions of sale regarding ‘forgeries’. 6. Electrical Goods and Gas Appliances In fine art sales electrical goods are sold as ‘antiques’ only and, if purchased for use, must first be checked over for compliance with safety regulations by a qualified electrician. In general household sales electrical goods and household appliances are sold on the strict understanding that these have only been safety tested and are sold without warranties or any guarantees as to serviceability. 7. Books Hose Rhodes Dickson do not guarantee the completeness of any book and buyers are urged to inspect lots themselves. 8. Export Licenses An export licence is required for certain items leaving the United Kingdom. The obtaining of the relevant licence is the responsibility of the buyer. 9. Bidding Bidders will be required to register at least one hour before the sale commences and lots will be invoiced to the name and address on the registration form. Some form of identification may be required. If you require telephone bidding, please make enquiries on the day prior to the auction, at the latest. No lots will be transferred to another purchaser.

10. Commission Bidding Hose Rhodes Dickson will be pleased to accept commission bids up to one hour before the start of the auction. Remember that a buyer’s premium of 15% + VAT will be added to successful bids. Commission bids are executed as cheaply as possible, having regard to any reserve and competing bids. If two buyers submit identical bids the auctioneers will prefer the first bid received. 11. Methods of Payment Generally, cheques tendered will need to be cleared before removal of goods is permitted. Credit cards (subject to a surcharge), debit cards and cash are the preferred methods of payment. Please discuss with our office if other methods are envisaged. 12. Online bidding via the-saleroom.com In completing the bidder registration on www.the-saleroom.com and providing your credit card details and unless alternative arrangements are agreed with Hose Rhodes Dickson you: 1) authorise Hose Rhodes Dickson, if they so wish, to charge the credit card given in full or part payment, including all fees, for items successfully purchased in the sale via the-saleroom.com, and 2) confirm that you are authorised to provide these credit card details to Hose Rhodes Dickson through www.the-saleroom.com and agree that Hose Rhodes Dickson are entitled to ship the goods to the card holder name and card holder address provided in fulfilment of sale. Any lots purchased via thesaleroom.com will be subject to an additional 3% +VAT surcharge on the hammer price. 13. Collection and Storage It is important that purchases are paid for and collected within two working days of the auction. Any delay may involve the buyer paying storage charges. We have our own transport department, and will be pleased to quote you for this service. If you require delivery, let the office know immediately after the auction. We also have a post and packing service. 14. Terms and Condition All sales are conducted according to our full conditions of sale, and our staff will be happy to help you if there is anything you do not fully understand. 15. Illustrations, Estimates and Conditrion Reports Virtually all lots in the Fine Art sales are illustrated on our website, but if you need a more detailed image, we will be pleased send it via email. Estimates are prepared in advance of the sale and are sometimes revised. We are always willing to convey our opinion of the expected price of any lot. An opinion of condition is not normally printed in the catalogue, but intending purchasers are welcome to request a condition report. However, please note that, while we aim to give an accurate description, the responsibility is with the buyer and we recommend that, if possible, you inspect the lot yourself. We regret that we cannot deal with image and condition requests on the actual auction day. 16. Telephone and Internet Bidding At our Fine Art sales we offer telephone and internet bidding on the major lots. We are always pleased to assist you with these services, but all enquiries must be received before the auction day. Any internet purchases via the-saleroom.com will be subject to an additional 3% +VAT commission charge on the hammer price.

EXPLANATION OF PICTURE CATALOGUING TERMS A work catalogued with the full name of the artist in our opinion, is or is probably a work by that artist. However, buyers are respectfully reminded to satisfy themselves before bidding, as the catalogue description does not represent a certificate of authenticity. Otherwise the following terms are used: 'Attributed to' … in our opinion the work is probably by the artist named in whole or in part. 'Follower of' … in our opinion the work is executed in the named artist's style. 'Manner of' … in our opinion the work is executed in the named artist's style but is of considerably later date. 'School (place and date)' … in our opinion the work was executed in that location at that time 'After' … in our opinion the work is a copy of a known painting by the named artist. 'Signed' … in our opinion the signature is by the hand of the artist stated. 'Bears signature' … in our opinion there is an element of doubt over the signature or it has been added by another hand. DROITE DE SUITE OR ARTISTS RESALE RIGHT In accordance with the Artists Resale Rights Regulations 2006, all lots marked '(d/s)' which sell for 1000 Euros or more are subject to a resale royalty charge, payable by the bidder. This royalty will be charged at a rate of 4% of the hammer price for lots selling above 1000 Euros and below 50000 Euros. For lots selling above this figure the fee is calculated on a sliding scale. These charges are paid to the Design and Artists Copyright Society (DACS). No VAT is levied on this royalty charge. Further information can be obtained from the DACS website (www.dacs.org.uk).