Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers. Quarterly Specialist Sale of Antiques, Fine Art & Collectors Items. Thursday 12th March 2015 at 10

Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers Clevedon Salerooms Thursday 12th March 2015 Lot 426 Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers The Auction Centre, Kenn Road, K...
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Clevedon Salerooms Thursday 12th March 2015

Lot 426

Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers

The Auction Centre, Kenn Road, Kenn, Clevedon, Bristol BS21 6TT Tel: 01934 830111 Images of every lot at: www.clevedon-salerooms.com

Quarterly Specialist Sale of Antiques, Fine Art & Collectors’ Items Thursday 12th March 2015 at 10.30am

Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers

Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers

Invitation to consign:

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Frank Shipsides – Oil on Canvas

Sold for £3,000 A collection of Bristol and surrounding area related fine & decorative arts, objects and historical ephemera. If you have Bristol related items that you may be thinking of selling why not attend one of our FREE VALUATION DAYS (see web site for dates) or email images to: [email protected] Closing date for entries 6th May. To speak to a Valuer tel: 01934 830111

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Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers

Quarterly Specialist Sale of Antiques, Fine Art & Collectors’ Items Thursday 12th March 2015 at 10.30am On view at the salerooms Tuesday 10th March 2pm – 5.30pm Wednesday 11th March 10am – 7.30pm Morning of sale from 9am The Auction Centre, Kenn Road, Kenn, Clevedon, Bristol, BS21 6TT T: 01934 830111 F: 01934 832538 E: [email protected] Visit our website to see colour images of every lot in this sale: www.clevedon-salerooms.com Cover illustration: Lot 116 Back cover illustration: Lot 426 Catalogue price £6.00 Catalogue produced by

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Directions from the M5 Located 5 minutes from junction 20 of the M5, take the first exit signed Yatton B3133. At the next roundabout take the first exit onto B3133, cross over the M5 and past the Drum & Monkey pub. Continue for a further 1mile and Clevedon Salerooms is located on the left hand side.

Results from the Previous Sale

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Fine Wine 9.30am–1pm 2pm–5pm Held at the Salerooms For large collections and antique furniture we are pleased to visit by appointment

4th June Specialist Sale Closing date for entries 6th May

Clevedon Salerooms Auctioneers & Valuers The Auction Centre, Kenn Road, Kenn, Clevedon, Bristol, BS21 6TT Tel: 01934 830111 • www.clevedon-salerooms.com

Marc Burridge Director

ASFAV

Marianne Burridge Director

Marc has been with Clevedon Salerooms for over 35 years. He has a wealth of experience across many subjects. Marc undertakes professional valuations for inheritance tax and insurance purposes, conducts auctions and visits private clients for sale valuations.

Marianne assists in the day to day running of the Salerooms, dealing with the large number of commission bids and helps with the administrative tasks associated with the auction.

Toby Pinn

Mark Fraser ASFAV Senior Valuer & Cataloguer

BA MRICS Director Chartered Arts & Antiques Surveyor Toby has been with the firm for over 10 years and has a degree in Fine Arts Valuation. He conducts auctions, undertakes RICS certified ‘Red Book’ valuations for inheritance tax and visits private clients for sale valuations.

Mark has worked at Clevedon Salerooms for over 30 years. He manages the considerable logistical task of cataloguing the sales and conducts valuations for inheritance tax, insurance and sale purposes.

George Tricks

Sheena Stoddard

Consultant

FRICS

George has over 50 years experience in valuing and auctioning Fine Art and was partner in charge of the auction side of his family firm in Bristol.

Caroline Coles

Office Manager & Accounts Caroline has worked at Clevedon Salerooms for over 25 years and is the office manager and deals with the accounts. She is also the IT administrator.

BA, M.Litt Fine Art Consultant

Sheena worked in the Fine Art department at the Bristol Museum & Art Gallery for 27 years and was curator there from 1997–2011. She has published extensively, particularly on Bristol artists.

John Kelly

FGA, DGA Rj Dip Specialist Silver & Jewellery John is a Fellow of the Gemmological Association, holds the post-fellowship Gem Diamond Diploma, and the Retail Jewellers Diploma. He has been involved in Silver & Jewellery Auctions since 1985.

Zoe McGowan Pj Dip Assistant Cataloguer

Craig Bennett

Zoe assists in the cataloguing and sale of silver and jewellery and helps with the general client administration.

Craig is responsible for the setting up of sales, conducts research and undertakes the photography across all sales.

Saleroom Manager

Quarterly Specialist Sale of Antiques, Fine Art & Collectors’ Items Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers

ORDER OF SALE Lots 1Lots 76 Lots 99 Lots 227 Lots 314 -

75 98 226 313 454

Lots 455 - 580 Lots Lots Lots Lots Lots Lots Lots

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THURSDAY 12TH MARCH AT 10.30AM

Furniture Clocks, Barometers & Barographs Oil Paintings, Watercolours & Prints Ceramics & Glass Oriental to include Part II of a local private collection of Japanese Cloisonné, Ceramics, Metalware, Furniture etc Collectors Items & Miscellanea to include Metalware, Boxes, Treen, Scientific Instruments, Musical Boxes, Toys, Stamps etc Stevengraphs Militaria, Weapons & Ethnographica Books Silver & White Metal Jewellery Wristwatches & Pocket Watches Coins to include Sovereigns & Other Gold Coinage

PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING EXPLANATORY INTRODUCTION TO OUR AUCTIONS IN ADDITION TO THE CONDITIONS OF SALE PRINTED TOWARDS THE BACK OF THIS CATALOGUE 1. Bidding by numbers will be used during this sale, all intending bidders must, therefore register their name, address and telephone number with the Auctioneers prior to the commencement of sale. Proof of identity may be required. 2. All lots must be paid for and collected no later than noon on Saturday 14th March 2015 – any lots not cleared (unless special arrangements are made with the Auctioneers) will be subject to a storage charge. 3. METHODS OF PAYMENT - Payment can be made in cash as well as face-to-face credit or debit card payment. Please note that we do not accept remote card payments. Payments by credit card are subject to a charge of 2%. In addition we accept payment by bank transfer and by cheque (all cheques must be cleared before removal of goods and this may take up to 8 working days). 4. A buyer’s Premium of 20% plus VAT will be charged on the hammer price. 5. All items will be sold under the VAT Margin Scheme unless otherwise indicated 6. Please note no faults or imperfections are mentioned in the catalogue description, condition reports available on request

PLEASE NOTE ALL REQUESTS FOR TELEPHONE BIDS, SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY, AND ON LOTS WITH A MINIMUM ESTIMATE OF £400 (OR AT OUR DISCRETION), MUST BE AGREED BY 5.00p.m. 11TH MARCH. IT WILL NOT BE POSSIBLE TO ARRANGE ANY TELEPHONE BIDS ON DAY OF SALE. OUR NEXT QUARTERLY SPECIALIST SALE WILL BE HELD ON THURSDAY 4TH JUNE 2015 For colour images of all lots: www.clevedon-salerooms.com

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IMPORTANT NOTICE PACKING & DISPATCH CLEVEDON SALEROOMS NO LONGER UNDERTAkE THIS SERVICE AND wILL NOT PACk ITEMS FOR COLLECTION BY COURIERS ETC. AS AN ALTERNATIVE wE ARE PLEASED TO RECOMMEND OUR LOCAL BRISTOL BRANCH OF MAILBOXES, CONTACT MAILBOX TEL: 0117 922 7671 EMAIL: [email protected]

FOR LARGER ITEMS SUCH AS FURNITURE wE RECOMMEND ALBAN SHIPPING, CONTACT ANDREw JACkMAN TEL: 01582 493099 EMAIL: [email protected] LOTS WILL NOT BE RELEASED UNTIL THE ACCOUNT HAS BEEN SETTLED IN FULL.

Furniture Lots 1-75 Lot 1 Victorian mahogany double pedestal kneehole desk, the inset leather writing surface with hinged rising central panel, fitted one dummy and eight real drawers, 122cm wide £350 - £500

Lot 3 Lot 3

Lot 2

Regency mahogany linen press in the manner

Lot 2 Late 19th Century Indian heavily carved hardwood Davenport, the sloping writing surface with inset leather panel and opening to reveal a fitted interior with three drawers, the panelled sides fitted a door to the right enclosing four drawers and standing on figural front supports formed as a bird perched atop a serpent, 63cm wide £300 - £400

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of Gillows, the upper section with moulded cornice, panelled doors with applied beading and reeded hinge edges opening to reveal a fitted interior with three slides and three drawers, the base fitted two short and two long drawers with conforming beading, brass handles and flanked by conforming reeded split pillars, standing on turned supports, 125cm wide

£800 - £1200

For colour images of all lots: www.clevedon-salerooms.com

Lot 4 18th Century mahogany chest on stand, possibly American, the upper section with moulded cornice and fitted two short and three long drawers with brass handles and escutcheons, the base fitted three drawers with conforming handles, decorative apron below and standing on cabriole supports, 98cm wide £500 - £800

Lot 5 Georgian style mahogany cabinet bookcase having a moulded dentil cornice fitted four shelves enclosed by a pair of glazed doors, each having decorative tracery, one long drawer to the base and standing on bracket feet, 98.5cm wide £300 - £400

Lot 6 Reproduction burr walnut kneehole writing table, inset leather writing surface, carved edge and fitted five drawers, standing on carved cabriole supports, 123cm wide £200 - £300

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Lot 7 19th Century stained pine two section cabinet bookcase, the upper section fitted three shelves enclosed by a pair of glazed doors, each with Gothic arch tracery, the lower section also fitted three shelves and enclosed by conforming doors, standing on bracket feet, 90.5cm wide £250 - £350

Lot 8 George III mahogany chest fitted brushing slide with three long drawers below and standing on bracket feet, 92cm wide £200 - £300

Lot 9 Late 19th/early 20th Century walnut chest by Shoolbred & Co, two short and four long graduated drawers, each with shallow carved banding and standing on a plinth base, stamped Jas Shoolbred & Co to the two upper drawers, 122cm wide £200 - £300 For colour images of all lots: www.clevedon-salerooms.com

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Lot 10 Late Victorian ormolu mounted satinwood banded ebonised cabinet bookcase fitted three shelves enclosed by a pair of glazed doors and standing on a plinth base with turned supports, 119cm wide £300 - £400 Lot 11 Sheraton Revival inlaid and crossbanded mahogany three tier buffet, raised back with ribbon and swag decoration, lower tier fitted two drawers below and standing on tapered turned and fluted supports, 122cm wide £200 - £300

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Lot 12 Manner of E.W. Godwin - Late 19th Century walnut two tier occasional table, the lower tier with beech rods below, standing on turned supports, 48cm wide £200 - £300

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Lot 13 Lot 13 Massive Murano rectangular bevelled wall mirror by Nuova Venier, the frame with Neo-classical reverse engraved foliate decoration, applied aventurine flecked mouldings and bevelled green glass lozenges, 204cm x 140cm £500 - £800

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Lot 14 18th Century Flemish walnut and oak armoire, moulded cornice, frieze below with fielded panels interspersed by carved heads and with ebonised mouldings, two fielded panelled doors with ebonised mouldings and flanked by fluted and reeded split pillars with carved capitals, one long drawer below and standing on turned ebonised supports, 178cm wide £200 - £300 For colour images of all lots: www.clevedon-salerooms.com

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Lot 15 Antique gesso framed pier glass having a later bevelled plate, overall dimensions 83cm x 61cm £100 - £150 Lot 16 Figured walnut triple wardrobe by S.J. Waring & Sons, the centre section fitted slides and drawers enclosed by a bevelled mirror panel door, flanked to either side by a hanging compartment enclosed by a blind panel door with an external drawer below, makers stamp to interior, 220cm wide £200 - £300 Lot 17 En-suite Beaconsfield wardrobe fitted bevelled mirror panel door enclosing a hanging compartment, carved panel door with drawers below, 137cm wide £200 - £300 Lot 18 En-suite kneehole drop centre dressing table, the raised back fitted swing mirror and four trinket drawers, the base fitted seven drawers, 155cm wide £200 - £300 Lot 19 En-suite pot cupboard

Lot 22 Lot 22 George III oak low dresser fitted two short drawers, shaped apron below and standing on turned supports united by stretchers, 130cm wide £250 - £350

£30 - £50

Lot 20 Modern Design - Charles and Ray Eames for Herman Miller - Aluminium Group Model No.EA 105 sling seat open arm elbow chair £100 - £150 Lot 21 George III mahogany chest of four long drawers, standing on bracket feet, 91.5cm wide £500 - £700

Lot 23 Lot 23 19th Century mahogany window seat standing on tapered fluted spade supports, 120cm long £100 - £150

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Lot 24 Lot 24 Late 19th/early 20th Century heavily carved oak framed floor standing dinner gong having mask head and carved acanthus decoration and standing on scroll supports, 97.5cm high £120 - £180 Lot 25 Late 19th/early 20th Century brass floor standing oil lamp having a reeded column with galleried platform and standing on a tripod base, vaseline glass reservoir and ruffled shade, 167cm high inclusive of shade £200 - £300

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Lot 26 19th Century mahogany linen press having an arch cornice, fitted three slides enclosed by a pair of blind panel doors, each having ebonised stringing, the base fitted two short and two long drawers and standing on reeded scroll supports, 125cm wide £400 - £600 Lot 27 Liberty style Arts & Crafts light oak 4’6” double bedstead having shaped laths and Art Nouveau design inlaid stylised foliate decoration, height of head 158cm £200 - £300 Lot 28 Late 17th/early 18th Century oak coffer having a triple panel top, each panel with small carved roundels, triple panel front with conforming roundels, 114cm wide £150 - £250

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Lot 29 19th Century mahogany blanket box fitted heavy brass carrying handles and standing on bracket feet, 109cm wide £100 - £150 For colour images of all lots: www.clevedon-salerooms.com

Lot 30 Solid pollard oak rectangular top low table standing on trestle supports united by a decorative stretcher, 104.5cm long £100 - £150 Lot 31 George III oak coffer standing on bracket feet, 90cm wide £100 - £150 Lot 32 George III oak side table/lowboy fitted one drawer to the frieze and standing on tapered pad supports, 73cm wide £200 - £300

Lot 35 Lot 35 George II figured walnut veneered mule chest having inlaid herringbone banding, fitted two short drawers and standing on bracket feet, 126.5cm wide £300 - £500

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Lot 33 19th Century studded brass bound sarcophagus shaped trunk, 81cm wide £400 - £500

Lot 36 Lot 36 George III oak mule chest, the hinged cover opening to reveal a fitted interior with candle box and drawers, double panel front, two drawers to the base and standing on bracket feet, 117cm wide £250 - £350

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Lot 34 Early 20th Century French walnut bombe front commode having allover parquetry and marquetry decoration, grey, pink and white marble top, fitted two drawers with cast brass handles, flanked by conforming mounts and standing on splayed supports, 129cm wide £500 - £800

Lot 37 18th Century oak coffer having a carved triple panel front, 128cm wide £150 - £250

Lot 38 Late 19th Century carved oak X-frame open arm elbow chair having mask head decoration and scroll arms £80 - £120

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Lot 39 George IV mahogany framed adjustable reclining drawing room chair, the open arms with scroll terminals and turned spindles, applied turned roundels and standing on ring turned supports £200 - £300 Lot 40 19th Century yew and elm Nottinghamshire low splat back Windsor elbow chair by George Nicholson of Rockley, standing on turned supports united by a cow-horn stretcher, makers stamp to the side edge of seat £200 - £300

Lot 40 Lot 41 19th Century yew, ash and elm low hoop back Windsor elbow chair standing on turned supports united by stretchers £150 - £200 Lot 42 George IV mahogany two flap sofa table having a reeded edge, fitted two real and two dummy drawers and standing on bobbin turned supports with reeded scroll terminals united by a conforming bobbin turned stretcher, 100cm wide £700 - £900

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Lot 43 Victorian walnut rectangular top centre table having a figured walnut veneered top and standing on turned end supports with scroll terminals, 122cm wide £200 - £300 Lot 44 19th Century marquetry inlaid figured walnut serpentine front fold over card table, the top with foliate decoration and cast brass edge opening to reveal a green velvet surface and boxwood stringing, the frieze also with foliate decoration, flanked by cast brass mounts and standing on cabriole supports, 82cm wide £250 - £350

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Lot 45 George III Channel Islands inlaid mahogany serpentine front fold over card table, standing on tapered square supports, 88cm wide £400 - £600 Lot 46 Victorian pollard oak rectangular fold over card table in the manner of George Bullock, the top with a band of marquetry inlaid oak leaf and acorn decoration, standing on a tapered octagonal pillar and quadripartite platform base with carved acanthus scroll terminals, 94cm wide £400 - £600 Lot 47 Late 18th/early 19th Century oak refectory style dining table, probably west Country, the top constructed from small ‘planks’ and standing on square supports united by a later beech stretcher, 279cm x 79cm £500 - £800

Lot 46 Lot 48 Regency carved rosewood framed double scroll end sofa standing on tapered turned and reeded supports, 214cm wide £400 - £600

Lot 48 For colour images of all lots: www.clevedon-salerooms.com

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Lot 49 Pair of Victorian lady’s and gentleman’s carved walnut framed cameo back drawing room chairs, one with open arms, the other armless, each standing on cabriole supports £350 - £450

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Lot 50 George III Chippendale style mahogany open arm elbow chair, the crest rail with carved corners, pierced back splat, outswept open arms, stuffed seat and standing on moulded square supports united by stretchers £120 - £180 Lot 51 George IV mahogany bergere chair, the scroll back and arms with split cane panels, conforming seat and standing on tapered turned supports £200 - £300 Lot 52 Set of eight late 19th/early 20th Century Chippendale style mahogany dining chairs, each having crest rail with carved ears, pierced vase shaped back splat, stuffed seat and standing on moulded square supports (two carvers and six standards) £400 - £600

Lot 51

Lot 53 Set of six late Victorian carved walnut arch top dining chairs, each having a carved gadrooned crest rail, padded seat and back and standing on tapered turned and fluted supports £350 - £500

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Lot 54

Lot 54 Mid 18th Century Louis XV kingwood bureau plat, shaped rectangular top with inset green leather writing surface, diagonally banded border, moulded brass edge and cast ormolu corner appliques, the frieze of tulip wood veneer fitted three short drawers with rococo cast ormolu handles and mounts above a beaded moulding, the reverse with conforming dummy drawers, standing on square cabriole supports with conforming ormolu mounts, sabots and terminals, 176cm x 80cm Provenance - Ex George William 7th Viscount Barrington, Beckett House, Shrivenham and thence by descent £6000 - £8000

Beckett House, Shrivenham

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Lot 56 Attributed to Gillows - Regency mahogany chamber writing table, the rounded rectangular top having a reeded edge, hinged compartment to the rear opening to reveal a pen tray and inkwell, one long drawer to the frieze and standing on tapered turned and reeded supports with brass castors, 76cm wide £600 - £900 Lot 57 Victorian mahogany corner what-not fitted four graduated shelves supported by scroll pillars and standing on turned supports, 96cm, wide £200 - £300 Lot 58 George III mahogany rectangular top side table having a moulded edge, fitted one long drawer to the frieze with corner brackets below and standing on moulded square supports, 78cm wide £120 - £180

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Lot 56

Lot 59 Regency mahogany bowfront kneehole sideboard fitted a central drawer flanked by a deep drawer and cupboard door, each with applied reeded mouldings and standing on tapered ring turned supports, 120.5cm wide £500 - £700

Lot 55 Regency gilt framed circular convex wall mirror having an elaborate eagle pediment, reeded black slip within a ball decorated frame, twin candle sconces with lustre drops, overall height 110cm £500 - £800

Lot 60 Victorian figured walnut cabinet bookcase fitted three adjustable shelves enclosed by a pair of glazed doors and standing on a plinth base, 97cm wide £600 - £900

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Lot 61 Good quality reproduction Georgian style inlaid mahogany secretaire bookcase, the upper section fitted three shelves enclosed by a pair of glazed doors, the base fitted secretaire drawer with three further drawers below and standing on bracket feet, 100cm wide £250 - £350 Lot 62 Victorian rosewood and figured walnut breakfront credenza having a tray top, central oval panelled door flanked by two arch shaped panelled doors and standing on a plinth base, 169cm wide £500 - £750 Lot 63 Art Nouveau mahogany display cabinet, circa 1900, having stylised foliate inlaid decoration, the raised back with two bevelled mirror panels and with a central galleried shelf supported by turned and reeded pillars, three shelves enclosed by a pair of glazed doors and standing on tapered square supports united by a platform, 122.25cm wide £350 - £450

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Lot 64 20th Century French ormolu mounted inlaid mahogany and kingwood open bookcase having an inset marble top, three open shelves with tambour shutter below and standing on cabriole supports, 85cm wide £250 - £350

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Lot 65 Victorian figured walnut two flap oval Sutherland tea table having a burr walnut and ebonised edge, fitted two drawers and standing on a turned and carved pillar and quadripartite base, 67.5cm wide £300 - £450 For colour images of all lots: www.clevedon-salerooms.com

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Lot 67 Victorian rosewood work table, rectangular top with canted corners opening to reveal a fitted interior, standing on a turned and fluted pillar and quadripartite platform base with claw terminals, 49cm wide £150 - £250

Lot 68 Lot 68 Early 20th Century inlaid mahogany kidney shaped side cupboard having a brass gallery top, one narrow door and standing on ormolu mounted cabriole supports, 65cm wide £120 - £180

Lot 66 Lot 66 19th Century Black Forest carved hallstand in the form of a standing bear having glass eyes and holding a foliate carved dish in its left paw, 118cm high £1000 - £1500

Lot 69 Pair of George III satinwood rectangular bowfront fold over card tables, each having rosewood banding and string inlay and standing on tapered square supports, 95cm wide £3000 - £4000

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Lot 70 Lot 70 Victorian inlaid walnut and figured walnut games/work table, the fold over top opening to reveal chess, backgammon and cribbage boards, drawer below with partitioned interior, sliding well, standing on turned and fluted supports united by a turned stretcher and with scroll terminals, 67.5cm wide £350 - £500

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Lot 71 Pair of early 20th Century Caucasian runners, each central field decorated with tight-knit boteh and stylised foliage on a blue ground within multi borders, 516cm x 117cm approx £400 - £600 Lot 72 Modern Middle Eastern rug decorated with a central medallion on a red ground within multi borders, 380cm x 296cm £200 - £300 Lot 73 Modern Middle Eastern style carpet decorated with a central medallion on a red ground within multi borders, 378cm x 299cm £80 - £120 Lots 74-75 No Lots

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Clocks, Barometers & Barographs Lots 76-98 Lot 76 Early 20th Century light oak longcase clock having Secessionist style carved foliate decoration, the white dial with Arabic numerals, pendulum window below, eight day movement, 191cm high £300 - £400

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Lot 78 19th Century French alabaster cased mantel clock surmounted with a gilt spelter figure of a lion, the dial having a gilt and red printed and painted chapter ring with Arabic numerals and visible anchor escapement, 34.5cm high £100 - £150

Lot 77 Lot 77 18th Century longcase clock by John Sanderson, the grained soft wood case having a long arch shaped door and standing on bracket feet, square dial with silvered chapter ring having Roman and Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds dial and calendar aperture, signed John Sanderson, eight day striking movement, 238cm high Possibly made by James Hendrie in the workshops of John Sanderson in Wigton, Cumbria £500 - £800

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Lot 79 Edwardian Art Nouveau design inlaid mahogany cased mantel clock having inlaid stylised foliate decoration, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals, 31.75cm high £100 - £150

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Lot 80 19th Century ormolu and lilac jasperware garniture de cheminee, the clock having a splayed tray top with a circular jasper panel, silvered dial with Roman numerals flanked by vertical jasper panels, further panel below, the splayed base with a lilac, green and white tri-colour panel, cast decoration to the sides, French brass movement striking on a bell and stamped J.w.B. and with the number 18861, 33.5cm high, the side pieces formed as four branch candelabra, each having a central sconce with flame finial, triple pillar column, splayed foot with hexagonal jasper panel, 47cm high £600 - £900

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Lot 81

Lot 81 George III mahogany cased bracket clock by John Muzzell of Southampton, pagoda top case with brass handle, arch shaped glazed doors, oval fretwork side panels and standing on brass ogee bracket feet, engraved silvered dial with Roman and Arabic numerals, strike/silent dial and calendar aperture, brass movement striking on a bell, 46cm high with handle down £1200 - £1800 Lot 82 19th Century French ormolu mounted buhl and red tortoiseshell cased mantel clock, the dial with blue and white enamel Roman numerals, brass movement striking on a bell, 31cm high, displayed beneath a glass dome £500 - £600

Lot 83 Lot 83 19th Century French ebonised and boulle inlaid cased portico mantel clock, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals, supported by scroll pillars and standing on a rectangular bombe base, the brass pendulum with pierced and engraved decoration, brass movement striking on a bell and stamped Hodgkins & Co and numbered 4232, 49cm high £300 - £400

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Lot 84 19th Century mother-of-pearl inlaid rosewood drop dial single fusee wall clock by Gregory of Gloucester having a stylised foliate inlay, the circular off-white dial with Roman numerals, 53cm high

£200 - £250

Lot 85 19th Century oak cased circular single fusee wall clock by Kleyser & Co of London, the off-white dial with Roman numerals and signed kleyser & Co, 69, High St, Boro, overall diameter 34cm

Lot 84

£200 - £300

Lot 86 18th Century ‘Hook and Spike’ wall clock by Walter Archer, the 9” square brass dial having central stylised foliate decoration, single hand and Roman numerals, 30 hour bird-cage movement, on a later oak bracket

£250 - £350

Lot 87 Small 19th Century French gilt brass and black slate cased mantel clock, the dial having a silvered chapter ring with Roman numerals, brass movement striking on a bell, 28cm high £120 - £180

Lot 85 Lot 88

Regency brass inlaid rosewood cased single fusee mantel clock by Barraud of London, the case with chamfer top, arch shaped glazed side panels, standing on brass feet, circular enamel dial with Roman numerals, signed to the centre, Barraud’s, Cornhill, London and set within a chased brass mask decorated with a bird amongst scrolling foliage, brass single fusee movement, the back plate engraved Barraud’s, London, 19cm high

£500 - £800

Lot 89 Early 20th Century mahogany and nickel plated portico cased flick clock, 16.5cm high

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£120 - £180 For colour images of all lots: www.clevedon-salerooms.com

Lot 91 Lot 91 Early 20th Century oak cased barograph having bevelled glazed panels and standing on splayed bracket feet, the conforming wall bracket having an attached glazed case for displaying the charts, width of bracket 40cm £300 - £400

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Lot 90 Late 19th/early 20th Century French brass cased four glass mantel clock, the brass dial having enamelled chapter ring with Arabic numerals and visible escapement, mercury pendulum, brass movement striking on a gong, 27cm high £200 - £300

Lot 92 Early 20th Century oak cased barograph by Chadburn’s of Liverpool having bevelled glazed panels, one long drawer to the plinth base and standing on splayed feet, overall width 39.5cm £250 - £350 Lot 93 Early 20th Century copper cased barograph probably by Darton of London, 25.75cm wide £150 - £200 Lot 94 Early 20th Century brass cased circular aneroid barometer having a silvered dial, 12.25cm diameter £80 - £120

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Oil Paintings, Watercolours & Prints Lots 99-226 Lot 99 Frederick Goff (1855-1931) - watercolour - View across Cromer at dusk, signed, 15cm x 11cm £100 - £150

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Lot 95 19th Century satinwood cased wheel barometer by S. Lilly of Edinburgh, having ebonised stringing and swan neck pediment with ivory roundels and central brass finial, engraved silvered dial, scale, level and hygrometer, 100cm high £200 - £300

Lot 100 Lot 100 Vincent Clare (1855-1925) - Pair of watercolours - Still-life with wild flowers and birds nest and Still-life with fruit, each signed, 29.5cm x 24.5cm £200 - £300

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Lot 96 19th Century rosewood stick barometer by William Aronsberg of Manchester, having an ivory scale and thermometer, 94cm high £150 - £250 Lots 97-98 No Lots

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Lot 101 Henry Brittan Willis (1810-1884) - Oil on canvas - A rural landscape with drover, cattle and sheep, signed and dated ‘52, 24.5cm x 48cm £200 - £300 Lot 102 Abraham Hulk Snr (1813-1897) - Oil on canvas - A stormy seascape with sailing vessels, signed and indistinctly dated, 19cm x 39.5cm £250 - £350

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Lot 106 Attributed to Hugh Douglas Hamilton (1740-1808) - Oval pastel - Portrait of Martha Lady Udney, 2nd wife of Robert Fullerton Udney, 24cm x 19cm £200 - £300

Lot 103

Lot 103 Alexander Johnston (1815-1891) - Oil on board - Francesca, from Lord Byron’s The Siege Of Corinth, signed, verso with contemporary label, titled and numbered No.3 and with a line of verse from the poem ‘There is a light cloud by the moon, tis passing and will pass full soon’, together with artist’s name and London address, 24.5cm x 19.5cm £250 - £350 Lot 104 Eloise H Stannard (1828-1915) - Pair of watercolours - Holly branch with robin and blossom, signed, 17cm x 15cm £50 - £80 Lot 105 John Syer (1815-1885) - Oval pencil with watercolour and bodycolour - Dunduan Castle, signed and titled, 20.5cm x 28.5cm £100 - £150

Lot 107 Lot 107 Albert Durer Lucas (1828-1918) - Oil on panel - Study of violets in a natural setting, signed and dated 1893, 20cm x 14.5cm £200 - £300 Lot 108 Manner of J.S. Cotman (1782-1842) - Pencil and watercolour - Horsedrawn carts on a harbour side, bears signature, 11.5cm x 22cm £60 - £90

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Lot 109 Follower of Arthur J. Elsley (1860-1952) Oil on canvas - Sweet Bobs - Portrait of a recumbent dog, bears signature and dated 1891, period gilt gesso frame, 48cm x 55cm £3000 - £4000

Lot 114 19th Century Continental School - Oil on board - Cattle and figures in an Italianate landscape with ruined building and tower, 20.5cm x 35cm £80 - £120 Lot 115 Basil Bradley (1842-1904) - watercolour Three otter hounds in a landscape, signed and dated 1872, 33cm x 46cm £600 - £900

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Lot 110 Frank Ernest Beresford (1881-1967) - Oil on canvas - The Golden Gate, Orange Free State, South Africa, signed, verso fully inscribed and with exhibition date of 1949, 40cm x 50cm A.R. £120 - £180 Lot 111 Frank Ernest Beresford (1881-1967) - Oil on board - Dovedale, signed and dated 1932, verso fully inscribed, 25cm x 35cm A.R. £80 - £120 Lot 112 Sidney Pike (1858-1925) - Oil on panel Tranquil river scene with figures gathering the harvest, 17cm x 30cm £120 - £180

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Lot 117

Lot 113 John Syer (1815-1885) - Oil on board A Lane, near Bath with cottages and figures, signed with initials and dated ‘49, 25cm x 35cm £250 - £350

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Lot 116 Edwin Bale (1838-1923) - watercolour - Three quarter length portrait of a Mediterranean lady with carnations in the foreground, pine trees and the sea in the distance, signed, 57cm x 39.5cm £250 - £350

Lot 117 John Charles Maggs (1819-1895) Oil on canvas - Crowds gathering in front of The Pump Rooms, Bath, signed, 34.5cm x 66cm £400 - £600

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Lot 118 Frederick John Widgery (1861-1942) watercolour - On The Tavy, Dartmoor with Ger Tor, signed, 24cm x 41cm £100 - £150 Lot 119 George Straton Ferrier (1852-1912) watercolour - Dutch harbour scene with barges, signed and dated 1892, 36.5cm x 26.5cm £60 - £90

Lot 121 William Cook of Plymouth (1840-1897) watercolour - Three goats on a rocky coastal cliff, monogrammed and dated ‘84, 37cm x 30cm £200 - £300 Lot 122 Attributed to Frederick Goodall R.A (1822-1904) - watercolour - North African landscape with camels and figures, monogrammed, 37cm x 30cm £120 - £180 Lot 123 19th Century reverse glass painting depicting a bunch of grapes, 30.5cm x 22cm £50 - £80 Lot 124 William Hughes (1820-1884) - Circular oil on board - Head of a bull with nose ring, signed, 24cm diameter £400 - £600

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Lot 125

Lot 120 T. Hampson Jones (1846-1915) - watercolour - Three quarter length portrait of a fisherman repairing nets, signed and dated 1876, 28cm x 22cm £120 - £180

Lot 125 C. da Costa (Italian 19th Century) - Oil on canvas - A Romany Family Dancing Outside A Shack, signed and dated Firenze’87, 48cm x 82cm £400 - £600

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Lot 126 Lot 126 Conrad Carelli (1869-1956) - watercolour View across Carthage, La Gonletti, and Lake of Tunis, signed, 12cm x 34cm A.R.

£200 - £300

Lot 127 19th Century English School - Group of three watercolours - Three quarter length studies of young ladies, unsigned, two measure 25cm x 20cm and one 33.5cm x 25cm £250 - £350

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Lot 128 Lot 128 Sir Frank Brangwyn R.A (1867-1959) watercolour - Farm labourers building a haystack, squared for transfer, the reverse with a pencil and black bodycolour sketch of two birds, signed in pencil, 32.5cm x 43cm A.R.

£50 - £80

Lot 129 Ernesto Bensa (Italian fl.1866-1897) watercolour - Ponte Vecchio, Florence, signed, 80cm x 59cm

£600 - £900

Lot 130 Ernesto Bensa (Italian fl.1866-1897) watercolour - Courtyard Of The Bargello Palace, Florence, 97.5cm x 62.5cm

£600 - £900

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Lot 132 Lot 131 Charles James Lauder (1840-1920) - Oil on canvas - A mountainous lakeside view with village, probably Northern Italy, signed C.J. Lauder R.S.w., 75cm x 121cm £1000 - £1500

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Lot 132 Alois Arnegger (Austrian 1879-1967) - Oil on canvas - A village on Lake Como, signed, 96cm x 140cm A.R.

£3000 - £4000

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Lot 134 Lot 134 Paul Feiler (1918-2013) - Sketch in oils - View looking up to the village of Dundry near Bristol, 23cm x 19cm A.R. £1500 - £2500 Lot 135 George Frederick Dashwood (1806-1881) - Pencil sketch - Study of an Australian eagle, signed, 17cm x 21cm £60 - £90

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Lot 133 Francis.E. Jamieson/H.B. Davis (1895-1950) - Pair of oils on canvas - Highland loch views, each signed H.B. Davis S.S.A., 50cm x 76cm £400 - £600

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Lot 136 Bernard Dunston (1920- ) - Pencil and oil on canvas preparatory sketch - Three children playing, monogrammed in pencil, 23cm x 32cm A.R. £400 - £600

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Lot 139 Albert Durer Lucas (1828-1918) - Gouache Study of a crimson underwing moth, annotated, signed and dated to the reverse 1912, 14cm x 20cm £150 - £250 Lot 140 Attributed to George Richmond RA (1809-1896) - Pen and ink half length study of a seated judge, 19cm x 17cm £50 - £75 Lot 141 Attributed to Sir George Hayter (1792-1871) - Pen and ink - Study of five hounds, 18.5cm x 22cm, together with one other Girl with dog, 23cm x 18.5cm £75 - £100

Lot 140

Lot 142 Thomas Webster (1800-1886) - Pencil and bodycolour - Classical Roman arch with figures, 5cm x 14.5cm £40 - £60 Lot 143 George Pinwell (1842-1875) - Pencil sketch - Two figures on a tow path, 16cm x 19cm £50 - £75 Lot 144 Attributed to Walter Sickert (1860-1942) watercolour - Being a study of a seated mother holding a tired child on a day out to the seaside, signed in pencil, reverse annotated ‘Purchased 13th March 1976, Bonhams, London’, 13cm x 10cm £1500 - £2500

Lot 141 Lot 137 O.S. Round (19th Century) - Seven Victorian watercolour sketches - Lake District Views, one framed £60 - £90 Lot 138 Manner of A.V. Copley Fielding (1787-1855) - watercolour - Landscape with windmill and horsedrawn cart, reverse with old label relating to Bovey House Sale, 1914, bears signature and dated 1831, 13cm x 18cm £80 - £120

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Lot 145 Attributed to Walter Sickert (1860-1942) - Pencil and watercolour studies - In Hyde Park, London, being seven female head and shoulder portraits, signed in pencil, 7cm x 14cm, framed together with one other framed pair of studies - being a half length portrait of a lady, 9cm x 5.5cm and a full length rear portrait of a lady, 6cm x 3.5cm, the first signed in pencil, the reverse annotated ‘Bought at Bonhams 3rd March 1976 lot 129 being part of the collection of the late Russell S Reeve from Sickert’s sketch book done between 1878 and 1880 before he enrolled at the Slade’ £600 - £900

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Lot 146 Lot 146 Ernest Parton (American/British 1844-1933) - Oil on canvas - A wooded riverside landscape, signed, 73cm x 113.5cm £400 - £600

Lot 145

Lot 147 Reuben Sayers (1815-1888) - Oil on canvas Master Mettham, being a half length portrait of a young boy seated at a table, unsigned, inscribed, titled and dated 1869 to verso, 74.5cm x 62cm £200 - £350

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Lot 148 19th Century English Primitive School Portrait of a young child wearing a lace trimmed dress, holding a posy whilst seated on a chair, 76cm x 62cm £400 - £600 Lot 149 Attributed to Richard Jones (1767-1840) Pair of oils on canvas - Portraits of william and Martha worthington, verso with 19th Century hand written label bearing script ‘Mr and Mrs worthington, painted by Mr Jones, supposed about 1820. He came to paint Mr worthington’s greyhounds and they were moved to sit for their portraits’, 75cm x 62cm

Lot 151 20th Century English School - A group of eight small watercolour sketches - The British Empire At work, showing labourers at work in Montserrat, South Africa, India, British Guinea, Nyassaland and Burma, seven contained in a red Morocco bound album, the eighth removed and now framed, 6cm x 13cm £100 - £150

William Worthington (1764-1825) was the eldest son of William Worthington founder of the Worthington Brewery in Burton upon Trent. On his father’s death in 1800 William Jnr assumed control of the company before he himself passed away in 1825. He married Martha Evans (1763-1843) on July 28th 1791. They are both buried in Burton upon Trent £500 - £800 Lot 150 William Thomas Roden (1817-1892) - Circular oil on canvas - Portrait of the young Percy Solomon of Sutton Coldfield, three quarter length, standing in a cloudy landscape, cradling wild flowers in his apron, unsigned, 56cm diameter Provenance - By direct descent. Percy Solomon was the current owner’s great uncle £350 - £450

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Lot 155 Lot 152 Victorian album of watercolour sketches Tenby and its neighbourhood (17) 1884 and sketches of Colwyn Bay and its neighbourhood (6) 1885, all titled and typically measuring 17.5cm x 25cm £75 - £100

Lot 155 Follower of Paul Henry (1876-1958) - Oil on canvas - Crofters Cottage, 14.5cm x 24.5cm, in a period gilt gesso frame, the reverse indistinctly titled and inscribed Paul Henry £1000 - £1500

Lot 153 C.B. Marillier (1740-1808) - Monochrome watercolour - St Nicholas Church, Pevensey, signed, 9cm x 14cm £80 - £120

Lot 156 Lot 156 Manner of Alfred Sisley (1839-1899) Pastel - View of Louveciennes, bears signature, 23cm x 31.5cm £80 - £120 Lot 157 Maurice Greiffenhagen (1862-1931) - Pencil sketch - Three quarter portrait of mother and child, signed, 32cm x 24cm £50 - £75

Lot 154 Lot 154 Albert Durer Lucas (1828-1918) - Gouache -Circular study of a sovereign and half sovereign depicted within a gilt frame, signed in pencil, 9.5cm diameter £50 - £80

Lot 158 HRH Prince Charles (1948-) - Lithograph - wensleydale from Moorcock, with original receipts, correspondence and folio, unframed, signed in pencil, 25cm x 38cm A.R. £400 - £600

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Lot 162 Lot 159 Miss Grisdale (19th Century) - Pair of oval miniatures - Portraits of Mr and Mrs Crowther of Manchester, unsigned, 6cm x 4.75cm £200 - £300 Lot 160 Joseph.W. Slater (1779-1837) - Rectangular miniature on ivory - Portrait of a young lady wearing a lace cap and blue dress, signed J.w. Slater and dated 1826, verso inscribed ‘J.w. Slater Pinxt, 70 Newman St, 1826. Done at worcester’, 8.75cm x 7.5cm. with red Morocco case £200 - £300

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Lot 161 Late 18th/early 19th Century English School Oval miniature on ivory - Portrait of a young lady wearing a lace trimmed white dress, signed with initials J.H., 8.5cm x 7cm £100 - £150 Lot 162 Herbert.H. Harris (fl.1918-1940) A group of five watercolours commissioned by Mardon Son & Hall for w.D. & H.O. wills as prototype images for the series of cigarette cards Famous Golfers (1930) and comprising: Harry Vardon 46.5cm x 33.5cm, Abe Mitchell 46.5cm x 33.5cm, Ted Ray 41cm x 31cm, J.H. Taylor 41cm x 31cm and Cyril Tolley 48.5cm x 36.5cm, each with signature H.H.Harris together with an original set of the wD & HO wills cigarette cards £600 - £900

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Lot 163 Alexander A. Sommerville (Late 19th Century) - Pencil drawing - Half length portrait of a Renaissance lady stood before a colonnade, holding a bird of prey, signed, 43cm x 32cm £120 - £180 For colour images of all lots: www.clevedon-salerooms.com

Lot 164 Charles John Watson (1846-1927) watercolour - Marché au Blé, Neufchatel en Bray, signed and dated 1905, verso with original artist’s label, 42cm x 54cm £80 - £120

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Lot 168 George Oyston (1860-1937) - watercolour At Set Of Sun, signed, being a cottage with sheep in the foreground, 18.5cm x 26cm £100 - £150

Lot 165 Lot 165 Tristram Ellis (1884-1922) - Pair of watercolours - View of Stockholm from the river, signed and dated 1895, 23cm x 51.5cm and Tromso, signed and dated 1902, 24.5cm x 52.59cm £400 - £600 Lot 166 Albert Durer Lucas (1828-1918) - Gouache - Three depictions of a cream spot tiger moth, male, signed and dated 1899, 20cm x 15cm £200 - £300

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Lot 169 Georgina M de L’Aubiniere (exh. 1876-91) - watercolour - The Ranch, whitney’s Peak, Colorado, signed, 17cm x 24cm £50 - £75

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Lot 167 Lot 167 19th English School - watercolour - Three children, 23.5cm x 17.5cm £40 - £60

Lot 170 Philip Stretton (Fl. 1884-1919) - Seven pen and ink and pencil sketches - portrait studies the majority dated 1880 and signed, mounted on a single card, framed, the smallest measuring 8cm x 6cm, the largest 19cm x 15cm £100 - £150

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Lot 171 Attributed to John Varley (1782-1842) - watercolour sketch - Luveray Castle, Loch Fyne, reverse bearing label ‘Bought at Christies 1955 by Johnstone Q.C., bears signature, 10cm x 16cm £100 - £150

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Lot 172 Robin Darwin (1910-1974) - watercolour - Harbour scene, signed and dated ‘57, 24cm x 33cm A.R. £100 - £150

Lot 173 James E Backhouse (exh. 1886-1891) - watercolour - Still-life of flowers in a vase, monogrammed and dated 1882, 34cm x 24cm £50 - £80

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Lot 174 Lot 174 19th Century English School - watercolour - A welsh landscape with viaduct, unsigned, 42cm x 84cm £150 - £250

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Lot 175 Thomas Hart (1830-1916) - watercolour Boscastle Harbour with fishermen tending nets on the harbour side, 32cm x 58cm £200 - £300 For colour images of all lots: www.clevedon-salerooms.com

Lot 176 Lot 176 Frederick Hollyer (1838-1933) After Burne-Jones Platinotype - Crudelitas & Saevitia, having Hollyer copyright stamp, £200 - £300

28.5cm x 55.5cm

Lot 178 Lot 178 Arthur Foord Hughes (1896-1934) watercolour - Three quarter length portrait of a milkmaid with cattle and windmill in the background, signed, 68cm x 47cm £150 - £250

Lot 179 Lot 179 K. Cherrington (19th/20th Century) watercolour - Sheep dipping in North East Yorkshire, 24cm x 35cm £60 - £90

Lot 177 Lot 177 Agnes Augusta Talboys (1863-1941) - Oil on canvas - Three kittens with A Hanging Jardinière,

Lot 180

signed A. Augusta Talboys R.w.A., also inscribed to verso, 46cm x 31cm Provenance: A gift from the Wills family to the vendor’s grandmother

£500 - £800

Lot 180 Follower of Richard Doyle (1824-1883) watercolour - Old poacher encountering will O’ The wisp, signed, 30cm x 38cm £200 - £300

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Lot 181 After John Boultbee (1742-1812) - Hand coloured print - A Durham Ox, 53cm x 64cm £100 - £150 Lot 182 Joel Kirk (b.1948) - Pastel - Study of a leopard, signed, 39.5cm x 49.5cm A.R. £80 - £120 Lot 183 Steve Burgess (b.1960) - Oil on canvas Study Of A Tiger, signed, 70cm x 49.5cm A.R. £500 - £800

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Lot 184 Set of four coloured engravings - Fores’s Hunting Incidents entitled A Holloa Forward, killed In The Open, A Check and A View Halloo, after william Hopkins, 43cm x 63.5cm £150 - £250

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Lot 185 John Atwood Slater (19th/20th Century) Oil on canvas - A Stone Porch In Somerset, signed, verso with original artist’s label, 121cm x 96cm £150 - £250 For colour images of all lots: www.clevedon-salerooms.com

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Lot 188 Walter John Beauvais (1942-1998) - Oil on board - On The Dunes, being a beach scene with figures, signed, 39.5cm x 49.5cm A.R. £200 - £300

Lot 186 Lot 186 Lucy Erskine (b.1962) - Oil on canvas - Study of a female nude reclining on a bed, signed, 101cm x 94cm A.R. £100 - £150

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Lot 189 Algernon Asprey (20th Century) - watercolour - The Settlement, Port Stephens, Falkland Islands, signed, 48cm x 64cm £60 - £90

Lot 187 Lot 187 Robert Gillmor (b.1936) - Limited edition lino-cut - Snowy Owls, No.10/35, signed, titled and numbered in pencil, 38cm x 28.25cm £200 - £300

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Lot 190 Margaret Boyd (b.1920) - Oil on canvas - The Two Ethels, being an abstract study of two figures, signed and dated ‘53, 126.5cm x 75cm A.R. £200 - £300

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Lot 191 Frank Shipsides (1908-2005) - Oil on board Nocturne, being a tranquil moonlit seascape with sailing vessel, signed, 50cm x 36.5cm A.R. £150 - £250 Lot 192 Arthur Homeshaw (1933-2011) - Pastel - winter Sun Caught In A Tree, signed, verso with titled artist’s label, 67cm x 37.75cm A.R. £200 - £300

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Lot 193 Arthur Homeshaw (1933-2011) - watercolour Sunset Tracery, signed, verso with titled artist’s label and Patricia wells Gallery exhibition label for 1981, 51cm x 36.75cm A.R. £200 - £300

Lot 194 Lot 194 Arthur Homeshaw (1933-2011) - watercolour winter Scene, signed, verso with titled artist’s label, 39.5m x 56.5cm A.R. £120 - £180

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Lot 195 James F. Lynch (contemporary) - Three oils on canvas - Views in Larache, Morocco, entitled Alleyway In The Medina 30cm x 25cm, Old Doorway 30cm x 40cm and Tall House In The Medina 45cm x 29cm A.R. £250 - £350 For colour images of all lots: www.clevedon-salerooms.com

Lot 199 Lot 199 Horace Chambers (19th Century) - watercolour - Approaching Showers, Filey Brigg, Yorkshire,

Lot 196 Lot 196 Ray Crooke (Australian b.1922) - Oil on board - Trinity Beach Towards kurada, signed, verso with script ‘Purchased in Cairns, 1972. Funds towards anti-woodchip campaign’, 21.5cm x 29cm A.R. £200 - £300

signed and dated 1889, in period gesso frame, £100 - £150

24cm x 52cm

Lot 200 Lot 200 After Louis Wain (1860-1939) - Print - Cats on £50 - £80

a sea-saw, 26cm x 77.5cm

Lot 197 Lot 197 Theresa Stannard (1898-1947) - watercolour Thatched cottage on a lane with chickens, signed, 33cm x 53cm A.R. £60 - £90

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Lot 198 Lot 198 Albert Pollitt (1856-1926) - watercolour The Conway Valley, 28cm x 45cm £60 - £90

Manner of Mildred A Butler (Irish 1858-1941) - watercolour - Little killareny, Connemara, bears monogram, 43cm x 55cm

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£400 - £600

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Lot 202 Manner of George Braque - Oil on card Portrait of a seated cellist, bears signature, 20cm x 13cm £80 - £120 Lot 203 George Sheffield (1839-1892) - Charcoal sketch - Riverside landscape with church tower, signed and dated 1887, 23cm x 29.5cm £100 - £150 Lot 204 Manner of Anthony Devis (1729-1816) watercolour - View of the New Bridge over the Taff, 24.5cm x 38cm £100 - £150 Lot 205 Willy Hanft (German 1888-1987) Oil on canvas - A view on the Rhine, signed, 80.5cm x 119cm A.R. £200 - £300

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Lot 203 Lot 206

Lot 206 Henry H Parker (1858-1930) - watercolour At Ripley, Surrey, being cattle watering at a pond, signed, in period gilt gesso frame, 38cm x 28cm £150 - £250

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Lot 207 19th Century Swiss School - Oil on canvas - Lake Geneva with the Chateau de Chillon, a rowing boat and figure in the foreground, unsigned, 49.5cm x 72cm £120 - £180 For colour images of all lots: www.clevedon-salerooms.com

Lot 208 Lot 208 After Sir William Russell Flint (1880-1969) - Coloured print published by Frost & Reed Reclining nude I, signed in pencil, Fine Art Guild stamp, 35cm x 60cm A.R. £80 - £120

Lot 209 After Sir William Russell Flint (1880-1969) Coloured print published by Frost & Reed - Casual Assembly, bearing Fine Art Guild stamp, signed in pencil, 44cm x 60cm A.R. £50 - £75

Lot 212 Lot 212 Attributed to Sir Stanley Spencer (1891-1959) - Double sided preparatory pencil sketches for Christ at Cookham Regatta, being simple line drawings of seated recumbent figures on one side squared for transfer annotated ‘Christ at Cookham Regatta’, 22.5cm x 29cm A.R. £400 - £600

Lot 210 Lot 210 After Sir William Russell Flint (1880-1969) Coloured print published by Frost & Reed - A Question Of Colour, bearing Fine Art Guild stamp, signed in pencil, 44cm x 60cm A.R. £50 - £75

Lot 211 Henry Gillard Glindoni (1852-1913) - Pencil drawing - Full length portrait depicting an 18th Century gentleman butterfly catcher wearing tricorn hat, signed in pencil, 45cm x 25.5cm £200 - £300

Lot 213 Lot 213 J.M. Ince (1806-1859) - watercolour - Figures and chickens before a half timbered house, signed and dated 1847, 21cm x 34cm £150 - £250

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Lot 214 19th Century English School - Oil on wooden panel - Riverside landscape with thatched cottage and figures at a ferry, 45cm x 50.25cm, unframed £200 - £300 Lot 215 William Adolphus Knell (1801-1875) - Oil on board - Venetian canal scene at dusk, signed, in period gilt frame, 24cm x 20cm £150 - £250 Lot 216 George Shalders R.I. (1826-1873) watercolour - Highland landscape with country house and cattle, 19cm x 28cm £100 - £150

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Lot 217 Percy Lancaster (1878-1951) - watercolour South kyme Tower with cattle in the foreground, signed and dated ‘25, 28cm x 20cm A.R. £40 - £60 Lot 218 J.M. Ince (1806-1859) - Monochrome watercolour - Huntsman and dog on a mountain path, 22.5cm x 16cm £40 - £60

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Lot 219 Archie White (1899-1957) - A group of seven watercolours - Famous Ships, commissioned by Mardon, Son & Hall for Imperial Tobacco as part of a proposed but ultimately unpublished set of cigarette cards presumably to be titled Famous Ships and comprising: H.M.S. Victory, Henri Grace A Dieu, The Cutty Sark, Discovery II, R.M.S. Mauretania, Queen Elizabeth and H.M. Yacht Britannia, two with signature, each approximately 18.5cm x 40cm. Each unframed and with brown paper fold over cover bearing the typed description intended for the reverse of each card A.R. £400 - £600 Lot 220 David Roberts (1796-1864) - Collection of colour tinted lithographic plates from The Holy Land, Syria, Idumea, Arabia, Egypt & Nubia comprising: three half plate - Entrance To The Tombs Of The kings Jerusalem, Temple Of Dandour Nubia and Sanctuary Of The Temple Of Aboo Simbel and three full plate - Citadel Of Jerusalem, Chapel Of The Annunciation Nazareth and The Title Page of Volume One showing Entrance To The Holy Sepulchre Jerusalem. All unframed, the first two with text £400 - £600 For colour images of all lots: www.clevedon-salerooms.com

Lot 219 Lot 221 Robert Morden - Two antique hand coloured engraved maps - South wales and The County Of Monmouth, 36cm x 42.5cm £70 - £90 Lot 222 Robert Morden - Antique hand coloured engraved map - Gloucestershire, 35cm x 42cm £50 - £80

Lot 223 Matthieu Seutter - Antique hand coloured engraved map - La Plus Grand Partie de la Manche, qui contient Les Cotes D’Angleterre et celles de France, 49.5cm x 57cm £100 - £150 Lot 224 Antique engraved map - Carte De L’Isle De Taiti, Par Le Lieutenant J. Cook 1769, 23.5cm x 40cm £40 - £60

Lot 220 Lot 225 Lot 225 After Albrecht Durer (1471-1528) A group of five etchings comprising: St Eustace 34cm x 25cm, St Jerome In His Study 23.5cm x 18cm, Deposition 11.5cm x 7cm, The Apostle Paul 11.5cm x 7cm and Madonna By The Tree 11.5cm x 7.25cm together with Rembrandt van Rijn (1606-1669) - Etching Good Samaritan, 23.75cm x 19.5cm, all being somewhat later copies, the earliest of which is probably Madonna By The Tree £200 - £300

Lot 223

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Ceramics & Glass

Lot 229 Vienna style white glazed figure group depicting a mother and child seated on a bench, two other figures look on, standing on a rococo style oval base, underglazed black beehive mark and number 34, 32cm high £80 - £120

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Lot 230 Set of four 18th Century Delft octagonal plates, possibly Irish or Scottish, each having blue and white painted decoration depicting a chinoiserie landscape with a pagoda within a stylised foliate border, brown painted rims, 22.5cm diameter £200 - £300

Lot 227 Lot 227 19th Century George Jones majolica cheese dome and stand having strawberry blossom and basket weave decoration in relief, 30cm high £100 - £150 Lot 228 19th Century Continental biscuit figure group, probably French, depicting the infant Bacchus seated on a chariot being drawn by two goats, a putti drives them on, standing on an oval base, unmarked, 38.5cm long £80 - £120

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Lot 231 Early 19th Century Paris biscuit porcelain figure group, probably Dihl, depicting the infant Bacchus struggling whilst a goat eats grapes from his hair, standing on an oval fluted base, 33cm high £150 - £250

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Lot 232 19th Century Spode oval bowl decorated with polychrome painted floral sprays on a moulded white ground, red painted mark and pattern number 3127, 27cm wide £40 - £60 For colour images of all lots: www.clevedon-salerooms.com

Lot 233 19th Century Spode Felspar shaped rectangular bowl having finely painted botanic decoration on a pale yellow ground within a gilded border, printed marks, 25.75cm wide £40 - £60 Lot 234 19th Century Derby oval bowl having finely painted decoration depicting insects and fruit within gilded borders, red painted marks, 29.5cm wide £80 - £120 Lot 235 Nantgarw shallow oval dish having finely painted botanic decoration on a moulded white ground, impressed marks Nantgarw C.w., 30.25cm wide £400 - £600 Lot 236 19th Century English porcelain cabinet plate having painted botanic decoration within a pierced border decorated with insects, reverse with title ‘Officinalis Spotted Lungwort, or Jerusalem Cowslip’, 22cm diameter £60 - £90

Lot 237 18th Century Chelsea plate centrally painted with an urn and butterflies within polychrome and gilt bell husk swags, gold painted anchor mark, 23cm diameter £120 - £180 Lot 238 18th Century Worcester blue and white printed oval dish decorated with the Gillifilower pattern within a basket weave border, blue crescent mark, 30cm wide £50 - £80 Lot 239 19th Century English porcelain London shape tea service, circa 1825, probably Spode, having gilt foliate decoration on a cobalt blue banded pale blue ground and comprising: oval teapot, lidded sucriere, two cream jugs, slop bowl, eight tea cups, four coffee cups, eight saucers and a 23cm plate, several pieces bearing painted pattern number 476 £100 - £150

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Lot 242

Lot 240 Monart glass tapered vase decorated with blue whorls on a green flecked ground, shape/colour code LD/410, 36.25cm high £50 - £80

Lot 244 Lot 243 Elton Ware ewer commemorating the golden jubilee of Queen Victoria, having three loop handles, rose, thistle and shamrock decoration and script V.R 1887, on a blue/red ground, base with painted signature, 21.75cm high £150 - £200 Lot 244 19th Century Minton majolica lidded Tower jug, the pewter mounted hinged cover having a finial formed as the head of Mr Punch, rustic style twisted handle, decoration in relief depicting four dancing figures, base with impressed marks and year cipher for 1868 £200 - £300

Lot 241 Lot 241 Pair of Sevres biscuit figure groups, each depicting a group of three putti and standing on a gilt and cobalt blue socle, the figures within incised interlaced ‘L’s and illegible signature, the socles with Dore a Sevres mark for 1908 and green S.92, overall height 25cm and 26cm £300 - £400 Lot 242 Elton Ware vase of slender pear shaped form having straight vertical handles and flared rim, typical stylised foliate decoration in relief on a blue/green ground, base with painted signature, 37.5cm high £200 - £300

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Lot 245 19th Century H & R Daniel porcelain plate having central botanic decoration on a white ground within a moulded and gilded border, pattern 4339, 21.5cm diameter together with two other 19th Century porcelain plates with floral decoration £40 - £60 Lot 246 Collection of 19th Century H & R Daniel tableware comprising: two trios, three cups and saucers, three cream/sauce boats and a slop bowl, various patterns £100 - £150 Lot 247 Pair of 19th Century H & R Daniel cusped shaped dishes having finely painted botanic decoration within a border of moulded lilac vine sprigs, pattern 4019, 23.5cm wide £80 - £120

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Lot 248 19th Century H & R Daniel shaped rectangular dish having finely painted botanic decoration within a border of moulded lilac roses, thistles and shamrock interspersed by gilded scroll work, 27.75cm wide £80 - £120 Lot 249 19th Century H & R Daniel oval dish having finely painted central fruit and insect decoration, the gilt decorated green ground border having four foliate reserves, green variation of the pink pattern 3913, 28.25cm wide £50 - £80

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Lot 251 19th Century H & R Daniel oval dish having central finely painted floral decoration within a moulded gilt border, pattern 4343, 30.75cm wide £50 - £80

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Lot 252 Pair of 19th Century H & R Daniel plates, each having finely painted central foliate decoration within a shell pierced green and gilt border, pattern 5801, 22.5cm diameter together with a Daniel Shrewsbury shape plate having central foliate decoration within a green border, 22.5cm diameter £80 - £120

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Lot 250 19th Century H & R Daniel porcelain breakfast cup and saucer having painted landscape and rose decoration within gilded scroll work, pattern 4347, diameter of cup 12.25cm together with a matching breakfast egg ring, 5cm high £80 - £120

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Lot 253 19th Century H & R Daniel oval low comport having central finely painted botanic decoration within a polychrome and gilt swag border, pattern 8706, 33cm wide together with a matching plate, 24.75 diameter £100 - £150

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Lot 254 Pair of 19th Century H & R Daniel porcelain rectangular plates, each having finely painted floral decoration within a gilded apricot border, pattern 7059, 27.25cm wide £40 - £60 Lot 255 Ebonised mirror back three tier wall bracket, the shaped front shelves supported by floral encrusted and painted German porcelain pillars, probably Meissen, overall width 67cm £200 - £300

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Lot 256 Whitefriars Pewter glass Cello vase designed by Geoffrey Baxter, pattern number 9675, 18cm high £60 - £90 Lot 257 Lalique ‘La Belle Saison’ perfume bottle and stopper, made for Houbigant, circa 1925, clear and frosted glass with sepia and gilt staining, moulded mark R. Lalique, 10cm high £1000 - £1500 Lot 258 Antique 18th Century style wine glass having a round funnel bowl, stem with white spiral threads outside an opaque white gauze and standing on a circular foot, 14cm high £50 - £80

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Lot 259 Set of four antique 18th Century style wine glasses, each having a round funnel bowl, stem with red and white spiral threads outside an opaque white gauze and standing on a circular foot, 13cm high £100 - £150

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Lot 260 Late 18th/early 19th Century amethyst glass jug of baluster form having a folded rim and scroll handle, 11cm high £50 - £80 For colour images of all lots: www.clevedon-salerooms.com

Lot 261 Janet Leach porcelain baluster vase, No.6 from a limited edition of 25, having lugged shoulders and with brown decoration on a grey glazed ground, impressed marks and painted numeral, 19.5cm high This limited run of vases was specially commissioned by National Carriers (Western Region) and comes with a printed certificate signed by Janet Leach £120 - £180

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Lot 262 Brian Adams Exon Pottery Wemyss Ware pottery piggy bank painted with plums, 16.5cm long together with a similar figure of a sleeping pig decorated with roses, 16.5cm long £120 - £180

Lot 265 Royal Worcester cabinet plate by Peter Platt having painted Fruit Study decoration, signed, 26.75cm diameter £150 - £250

Lot 263 Royal Doulton figure - Mamselle HM.724, 17.5cm high £350 - £450

Lot 266 Royal Worcester baluster vase by Reginald Austin, typically painted with roses, base with printed marks, shape number 285 and date code for 1910, 15.75cm high £150 - £250

Lot 264 Late 19th Century porcelain moon flask decorated with circular painted reserve panels depicting birds and butterflies amongst foliage on a pale green ground, gilded elephant head handles and standing on an oval foot, 13cm high £100 - £150

Lot 267 Royal Worcester vase by Albert Shuck, typically painted with roses, base with printed marks, shape number 1846 and indistinct date code but circa 1912, 26cm high £400 - £600

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Lot 268 Royal Worcester squat jar and cover by Mildred Hunt, painted with roses, the domed cover with pierced decoration, base with printed marks, shape number 261 and date code for 1935, 10.5cm high £120 - £180

Lot 270 Pair of Royal Worcester urn shaped vases and covers by william Bee, each having a circular reserve panel painted with fruit, signed w. Bee within a gilt highlighted pale green, pink and off-white border on a speckled blue ground, each with printed marks, date code for 1922 and shape number 2713, 24.75cm high £250 - £350 Lot 271 Golf Interest - Doulton Lambeth stoneware jug of pear shaped form decorated with three panels, each depicting golfers interspersed by stylised foliate decoration, 22cm high £100 - £150 Lot 272 Cricket Interest - Doulton Lambeth stoneware jug of ovoid form, decorated with three panels depicting a cricketer batting, bowling and keeping-wicket interspersed by stylised foliate decoration, 21.5cm high £300 - £400

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Lot 269 Royal Worcester jar and cover having four painted reserve panels decorated with roses interspersed by moulded Neo-classical decoration, the domed cover with moulded and pierced decoration, base with printed marks, shape number 171 and date code for 1911, 17.5cm high £250 - £350

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Lot 273 Set of six Royal Crown Derby coffee cups and saucers, the cups of flared form and having a high loop handle, typical gilt highlighted foliate decoration in the Imari palette, red printed marks and date codes for 1921-1923, height of cups inclusive of handle 7.25cm £100 - £150 Lot 274 Pilkington’s Royal Lancastrian baluster vase decorated by william S. Mycock having lustred stylised foliate decoration on a blue ground, base with impressed marks, painted monogram and date 1920, 18.5cm high £400 - £600

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Lot 275 17th Century polychrome decorated Delft rectangular plaque, Low Countries, decorated with a full length standing figure, possibly depicting St Lambert of Maastricht, marked with initials L.A.B. and dated 1690, 32.75cm x 26cm £500 - £750 Lot 276 18th Century Delft blue and white painted vase of baluster form having a garlic neck and with foliate decoration, 28.5cm high £60 - £80 Lot 277 19th Century Continental urn shaped vase and cover of oval form having two moulded acanthus scroll handles and standing on a rectangular canted foot, 20.5cm high £40 - £60

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Lot 278 Pair of 18th Century Caughley coffee cups, each having gilt highlighted blue and white transfer printed decoration depicting a chinoiserie lakeland landscape, moulded handles and standing on a circular foot, 6.5cm high £40 - £60

Lot 274 Lot 279 Lot 279 Three rare 18th Century English porcelain coffee cups, probably worcester or Liverpool, each having blue, iron-red and gilt painted decoration depicting a Chinese boy holding a bouquet in each hand within an arch shaped reserve on a blue painted ground decorated with tight-knit spirals, the reverse of each cup with a similarly shaped reserve decorated with a foliate spray, handles with vertical groove and standing on a slightly flared foot, 6.5cm high £400 - £600 Lot 280 Chamberlain’s Worcester miniature figure of a rat on an oval pink glazed base, red painted mark, 4cm long £40 - £60 For colour images of all lots: www.clevedon-salerooms.com

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Lot 281 Two late 18th/early 19th Century English earthenware figural whistles, the first of Pratt type and formed as a clergyman wearing a blue coat, 6cm high, the second having a tortoiseshell glaze and formed as a bird, 3cm high £120 - £180

Lot 289 Lot 285 19th Century Coalport baluster scent bottle and stopper having allover heavily encrusted foliate decoration, base with indistinct underglaze blue faux Meissen mark, 16cm high £80 - £120 Lot 286 Late 18th/early 19th Century English part tea service, each piece having polychrome painted transfer printed decoration depicting Chinese figures in a landscape and comprising: ‘Silver’ shape teapot, 14.5cm high, circular dish, 20cm diameter, four saucers and a tea bowl £80 - £120

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Lot 282 Pair of mid 18th Century Worcester leaf moulded sauce boats, each having polychrome foliate decoration and standing on an oval foot, 18.5cm long £300 - £450

Lot 287 19th Century Staffordshire pottery figure depicting Napoleon Bonaparte, seated and holding a book in his left hand, 20.5cm high £50 - £80

Lot 283 18th Century Derby leaf moulded sauce boat having polychrome foliate decoration, 18cm long together with a similar cream jug, 11cm long £100 - £150

Lot 288 19th Century Staffordshire pottery figure group - Uncle Tom And Eva, 20.5cm high £50 - £80

Lot 284 19th Century Copeland & Garrett Late Spode blue and white transfer printed bourdaloue decorated with the Tower pattern, 21.7cm long inclusive of handle £50 - £80

Lot 289 Early 20th Century Staffordshire pottery figure group - George Mullers Orphans, Bristol, 14cm high £100 - £150

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Lot 294 Lot 294 Pair of 19th Century Staffordshire pottery figure groups, each depicting a cow with calf, the cow with red patch decoration, the calf with black, each standing on an oval base, 15.25cm long £120 - £180

Lot 290 Lot 290 19th Century Staffordshire pottery figure

Lot 295 Late 19th/early 20th Century Continental porcelain Staffordshire style ‘Tithe Pig’ figure group, marked with a gold anchor, 21cm high £120 - £180

group - Death Of Nelson, gilt title to the oval £100 - £150

base, 22cm high Lot 291

Late 19th/early 20th Century Staffordshire pottery ‘Tithe Pig’ figure group, 14.5cm high £100 - £150 Lot 292 Matched pair of 19th Century Staffordshire pottery zebras, 12cm high

£80 - £120

Lot 296 Lot 296 Late 19th Century Continental porcelain oval plaque, probably kPM depicting a gypsy girl, after Richter, the reverse with printed paper label ‘Odoliske nach Richter’, 28.5cm x 24cm, in a Black Forest type heavily carved frame decorated with lilies £400 - £600

Lot 293 Lot 293 19th Century Staffordshire pottery figure of a rabbit with a lettuce leaf, having a gilt flecked white moulded body, 25cm long

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Lot 297 19th Century English blue and white transfer printed meat dish decorated with a chinoiserie landscape, 52.75cm wide £80 - £120

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Lot 298 19th Century Spode blue and white transfer printed oval drainer decorated with The Triumphal Arch At Tripoli In Barbary pattern from the Caramanian Series, impressed mark, 42.5cm wide £100 - £150 Lot 299 19th Century Minton Hollins & Co brown and off-white painted tile plaque, probably outside decorated with a young Grecian man playing a lyre, impressed marks and painted script ‘Benham & Sons’, 61.5cm x 25.5cm

Lot 298

Probably outside decorated for Benham & Sons for use as a stove panel £80 - £120 Lot 300 19th Century Bloor Derby ‘Named View’ vase probably painted by Daniel Lucas, one side with a reserve panel depicting the Convent Of Il Santo Cosimato, Near Tivoli, Italy, after the original painting by James Duffield Harding, the reverse side with a foliate painted reserve panel, 52.75cm high £100 - £150 Lot 301 Heavily cut glass table lamp having a domed shade, 48.5cm high £80 - £120

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Lot 302 19th Century Copeland Parian urn, cover and stand, decorated with putti in relief, impressed marks, overall height including stand 61cm high £120 - £180

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Lot 303 Pair of 19th Century majolica jardinières, each decorated with two shield shaped reserve panels with blossom in relief on a cobalt blue ground interspersed by blue and brown glazed textured panels on a pale blue ground, the interior with conforming pale blue glaze and standing on four acanthus decorated block feet, 33.5cm high £400 - £600

Lot 306 Royal Copenhagen limited edition bowl commemorating the bi-centenary of The American Revolution 1976, No.584/2500, 34cm diameter £120 - £180

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Lot 304 Lot 304 19th Century Nailsea type threaded glass frigger depicting a three mast sailing vessel with two smaller vessels, beneath a glass dome, height of dome 39.5cm £100 - £150

Lot 307 Large Royal Copenhagen ovoid vase decorated with a coastal scene with geese on a cliff and in-flight, No.1508/35B, 31cm high £200 - £250

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Lot 305 Lot 305 Royal Copenhagen limited edition bowl commemorating the bi-centenary of The Founding Of The Royal Copenhagen Porcelain Factory 1975, No.1251/2500, 34cm diameter £120 - £180

Lot 308 Early 19th Century Thomas Lakin creamware part dessert service having blue and white transfer printed foliate decoration on a painted red scale ground, comprising: two oval dishes, each having a partially pierced rim, 27.5cm wide and four circular plates, 21.25cm diameter, impressed marks to oval dishes £100 - £150 Lot 309 Matched 19th Century green glazed majolica dessert service having leaf moulded decoration and comprising: six 21.5cm plates and a somewhat similar comport £100 - £150

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Lot 310 Lot 310 Meissen ‘Four Seasons’ mantel clock and stand, late 19th/early 20th Century, having typical figural decoration depicting four cherubs emblematic of spring, summer, autumn and winter, allover floral encrustation and standing on triple scroll feet, the triangular stand with conforming foliate decoration and scroll feet, brass dial having enamelled Roman numerals, brass movement striking on a bell, each piece with blue crossed swords mark, overall height including stand 58cm £1000 - £1500 Lot 311 Late 19th Century Continental faience cased timepiece in the form of a longcase clock, having allover decoration depicting a landscape with a romantic couple and floral sprigs, the off-white dial with Roman and Arabic numerals, French brass movement, 42.25cm high £120 - £180

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Oriental to include Part II of a local private collection of Japanese Cloisonné, Ceramics, Metalware, Furniture etc Lots 314-454

Lot 320 Two Japanese Akasuke basse-taille red enamel vases, each with floral decoration, 9.75cm and 12.5cm high £100 - £150 Lot 319 Pair of Japanese Akasuke basse-taille enamel vases, each having foliate decoration on a red ground, each bear the mark of kimono Teitaro, 12.25cm high together with a somewhat similarly decorated smaller vase, 9cm high £150 - £250 Lot 321 Pair of Japanese cloisonné vases, each decorated with a band of lappet panels on a stylised floral patterned blue ground, 15cm high £50 - £80

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Lot 314 Japanese cloisonné basket having allover stylised foliate decoration on a black ground, high side panels united by a bar handle, 19cm high £100 - £150 Lot 315 Japanese cloisonné ovoid vase decorated with a wooded landscape on a grey ground, 18.75cm high £80 - £120 Lot 316 Pair of Japanese cloisonné vases decorated with bamboo and cherry blossom on a blue ground, 19cm high £100 - £150

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Lot 317 Japanese Akasuke basse-taille blue enamel vase with foliate decoration, 15.5cm high, a smaller similar green enamel vase, 9.5cm high and a Japanese blue enamel specimen vase having mottled ginbari foliate decoration, 14.75cm high £120 - £180 Lot 318 Japanese cloisonné tapered ovoid vase decorated with stylised foliage on a speckled ground, 14.5cm high £50 - £80 For colour images of all lots: www.clevedon-salerooms.com

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Lot 322 Pair of Japanese cloisonné specimen vases, each decorated with four floral patterned sparkle ground reserve panels on a brown ground, 13cm high £60 - £90 Lot 323 Pair of Japanese cloisonné cylindrical vases, each decorated with birds amongst foliage on a blue ground, 15cm high £100 - £150 Lot 324 Japanese cloisonné bowl, the interior and exterior with allover stylised foliate decoration on a black ground, 15.5cm diameter £100 - £150

Lot 325 Pair of Japanese cloisonné vases, each decorated with butterflies on a dark green ground, 18cm high £80 - £120 Lot 326 Japanese cloisonné baluster vase decorated with lappet shaped reserve panels, each with a bird or dragon on a sparkle ground, 15.75cm high, a smaller similar vase with foliate reserve panels on a black ground, 12.5cm high and a somewhat similar jar and cover, 12cm high £100 - £150 Lot 327 Japanese cloisonné vase decorated with a floral spray on a white ground, 12.5cm high together with a smaller somewhat similar vase decorated with stylised foliage on a pale green ground, 9cm high £80 - £120 Lot 328 Two Japanese cloisonné brush pots, the first decorated with birds and stylised foliage, 11cm high, the second with two butterfly and floral patterned reserve panels on a black ground, 12.25cm high £80 - £120

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Lot 329 Pair of Japanese squat baluster vases having stylised foliate decoration on a red and blue ground, 10cm high £50 - £80 Lot 330 Japanese cloisonné specimen vase having a globular body and long cylindrical neck, having allover tight-knit foliate decoration on a black ground, 15.75cm high £50 - £80 Lot 331 Japanese cloisonné teapot of circular form, having a swing handle, with allover stylised foliate decoration, 9.75cm diameter £50 - £80

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Lot 332 Japanese cloisonné tapered cylindrical vase decorated with panels of stylised foliage on a black ground and standing on a circular foot, 14.5cm high £50 - £80 Lot 333 Two Japanese cloisonné circular miniature boxes and covers, one decorated with a phoenix on a sparkle ground, 5cm diameter, the other with stylised foliage on a brown ground, 4.5cm diameter £50 - £80 For colour images of all lots: www.clevedon-salerooms.com

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Lot 334 Japanese cloisonné tapered cylindrical vase decorated with a spray of foliage on a plain pale green ground, 12cm high £50 - £80 Lot 335 Japanese cloisonné koro decorated with stylised foliage on a black ground, the dome cover with cast kylin knop and standing on three feet, 15.25cm high £50 - £80

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Lot 338 Four small Japanese cloisonné jars with covers, each with typical foliate decoration, two having a sparkle ground, 6.5cm - 11cm high £80 - £120 Lot 339 Japanese wireless cloisonné tray decorated with a moonlit scene showing two birds perched on a branch, 18.25cm wide, a similar ovoid vase decorated with birds on a pink ground, 9.5cm high and a pair of Japanese cloisonné baluster vases decorated in the European Art Nouveau style on a mustard ground, 10.5cm high £50 - £80

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Lot 336 Japanese cloisonné teapot of squat circular form, having a swing handle and with allover stylised foliate decoration on a black ground, 12cm diameter £60 - £90 Lot 337 Pair of Japanese cloisonné specimen vases, each having a pear shaped body, long slender neck and with allover stylised foliate decoration on a white ground, 15.5cm high £40 - £60

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Lot 340 Lot 340 Two Japanese cloisonné bowls, the first of deep flared form, the interior with stylised foliate decoration on a blue ground, the exterior with bands of stylised foliage, 23cm diameter, the second of shallow form, the interior decorated with three reserve panels with birds, animals and stylised foliage on a pale blue ground, 24cm diameter £80 - £120

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Lot 341 Japanese cloisonné vase of inverted pear shaped form having three reserve panels with stylised foliate decoration on a sparkle ground, the main body with stylised foliate shoulders and base rim on a red ground, 14cm high £60 - £90

Lot 344 Japanese cloisonné baluster vase of lobed form having allover stylised foliate decoration on a brown sparkle ground, 18cm high, a Japanese cloisonné ovoid box and cover having allover stylised foliate decoration, 7.5cm high and two Japanese cloisonné baluster vases, each having stylised decoration on a sparkle ground, 9cm and 12cm high £80 - £120 Lot 345 Japanese cloisonné ovoid vase decorated with birds amongst foliage on a blue sparkle ground, 30cm high £100 - £150 Lot 346 Japanese cloisonné baluster vase finely decorated with a butterfly amongst blossom on a deep blue ground, base with two character mark, 15cm high £250 - £350

Lot 342 Lot 342 Three Japanese cloisonné globular jars and covers, each decorated with stylised foliage, 8.5cm - 9.5cm diameter £100 - £150

Lot 343 Eight various ginbari enamel vases, 7.5cm - 17.5cm high £80 - £120

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Lot 347 Japanese Akasuke basse-taille deep red enamel vase decorated with fish amongst weed, mark of Ando and Japanese silver mark, 22cm diameter £200 - £300

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Lot 348 Japanese cloisonné vase finely decorated with two scholars and a child in a landscape on a deep blue ground, 15cm high £200 - £300

Lot 349 Japanese wireless cloisonné vase decorated with a spray of flowers on a pale green ground, 25.75cm high £60 - £90

Lot 352 Three Japanese cloisonné jars and covers, the larger of hexagonal form and decorated with Oni masks on a tight-knit foliate ground, 10cm diameter, the second decorated with reserve panels with birds and butterflies on a sparkle ground, 9cm diameter and the third with stylised foliate and butterfly decoration on a brown ground, 9.25cm diameter £100 - £150 Lot 353 Japanese cloisonné hexagonal box and cover having foliate decoration on a speckled grey ground, 12.25cm diameter, a similar oval box and cover with foliate decoration on a blue and green ground, 9cm wide and one other having decoration of Cranes in flight, 9cm wide £60 - £90

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Lot 354 Two Japanese cloisonné inverted pear shaped vases decorated with birds or butterflies amongst foliage, 12.75cm and 13cm high together with another decorated with floral reserve panels on a black ground, 13cm high £80 - £120

Lot 350 Three Japanese cloisonné rectangular pin dishes, each having stylised foliate decoration, 12cm wide together with a Japanese cloisonné saucer dish decorated fan shaped reserves on a brocaded ground, 12.25cm diameter £60 - £90

Lot 355 Lot 351 Lot 351 Three pieces of Japanese cloisonné comprising: squat baluster vase having a long slender neck and with stylised foliate decoration on a black ground, 16cm high, a similarly decorated jug and cover, 15cm high and a circular teapot decorated with butterflies on a black ground, 8cm high £50 - £80

Lot 355 Japanese cloisonné circular plate having central foliate decoration within a tight-knit foliate border, 18cm diameter, a Japanese cloisonné circular plate of floret form, the central panel with stylised foliate decoration on a blue ground within a tight-knit foliate border, 18cm diameter and a Japanese cloisonné rectangular dish decorated with birds amongst foliage, 18.75cm wide £80 - £120

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Lot 356 Lot 356 Japanese cloisonné jar and cover having allover tight-knit foliate and brocaded decoration on a blue ground, 13.75cm high together with two somewhat similarly decorated vases, 9cm and 12cm high £100 - £150 Lot 357 Five pieces of Japanese cloisonné comprising: circular jar and cover decorated with two sparkle ground floral reserves on a black ground, 8.75cm diameter, a mollusc form box and cover having allover stylised foliate decoration on a black ground, 7cm diameter, a circular box and cover having stylised foliate decoration, 8cm diameter, a similarly decorated circular hair tidy and cover, 9cm diameter and a brass wirework pin dish having an oval cloisonné panel with foliate decoration, 9.25cm wide £80 - £120

Lot 359 Lot 359 Japanese cloisonné shallow bowl decorated with a bird amongst foliage on a green ground and standing on a flared base rim, 27cm diameter £60 - £90 Lot 360 Japanese cloisonné circular dish decorated with a bird perched on a branch amongst stylised foliage on a green ground within a floral border, 30.5cm diameter £80 - £120

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Lot 358 Japanese cloisonné charger decorated with birds amongst foliage on a blue ground within a stylised foliate border, 41cm diameter £150 - £250

Lot 361 Japanese cloisonné circular dish decorated with a bird perched on the bough of a tree within stylised foliage on a green ground, 30.25cm diameter £100 - £150

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Lot 362 Japanese cloisonné square dish having canted corners, central foliate patterned medallion on a blue ground within a stylised foliate border, the underside with painted five character mark, 31cm wide £150 - £250

Lot 365 Two Totai-Shippo earthenware plates, each having stylised foliate decoration on a blue and white ground, 22cm and 24cm diameter together with a Totai-Shippo porcelain plate decorated with a bird amongst foliage, bears signature of Matsuoka Yaichi, 18.5cm diameter £50 - £80

Lot 363 Lot 363 Japanese cloisonné charger having central decoration depicting a phoenix amongst foliage on a blue ground, the border with tight-knit stylised foliate and brocaded decoration, 33.5cm diameter £150 - £250

Lot 366 Lot 366 Totai-Shippo porcelain vase decorated with vertical bands of stylised foliage, the neck and base rim in the Imari palette, 21.5cm high £50 - £80

Lot 367 Lot 364 Lot 364 Japanese cloisonné rectangular plaque centrally decorated with a landscape with Mount Fuji within a brown sparkle ground border, brass framed and with a polished wooden base, 39.5cm x 23cm £150 - £250

Lot 367 Three pieces of Totai-Shippo porcelain comprising: double gourd shaped vase decorated with stylised foliage on a green ground, base with eight character mark 11.5cm high, slender goblet decorated with a fan shaped reserve amongst stylised foliage and standing on a circular foot 11.5cm high and a noodle cup and cover decorated with foliage on an off-white ground 7.25cm high £60 - £90

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Lot 370 Two Totai-Shippo porcelain vases, each having an ovoid body and flared neck, the first having two reserve panels decorated with birds amongst foliage on a yellow ground, the main body with foliage on a blue ground, bears the mark of kanzan Denschichi, 19cm high, the other decorated with butterflies and stylised foliage on a blue ground, eight character mark to the base, 21.5cm high £100 - £150 Lot 371 Four Totai-Shippo earthenware ovoid jars and covers, each with typical stylised foliate decoration, 80cm - 11.5cm £60 - £90 Lot 372 Pair of Totai-Shippo earthenware ovoid vases, each having a flared neck, Satsuma reserve panels decorated with foliage, the main body with foliate reserve panels on a blue ground, 21.5cm high £100 - £150

Lot 368 Lot 368 Totai-Shippo porcelain jar and cover, finely decorated with stylised foliage and butterflies on a grey ground, four character mark of kanzan Denschichi, 21cm high £100 - £150

Lot 369 Lot 369 Totai-Shippo porcelain tea cup and saucer, finely decorated with stylised foliage on a green ground, each with eight character mark which reads Ni-hon Se-to, diameter of saucer 13cm together with a somewhat similar bowl, 8.25cm diameter £50 - £80

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Lot 373 Two Totai-Shippo porcelain bowls one having figural and floral reserve panels on a green ground, 17.25cm diameter, the other with stylised foliage on a blue ground, 16cm diameter together with five similar tea bowls, 6.5cm - 9cm diameter £80 - £120 Lot 374 Two Totai-Shippo earthenware vases, each decorated with stylised foliate scrolls on a blue ground together with a similar black ground vase, each bearing a mark possibly for kinkosan, 23cm high £50 - £80 Lot 375 Pair of Totai-Shippo porcelain baluster vases, each decorated with butterflies amongst foliage on a blue ground, 15.25cm high together with two similar teapots, 8cm and 8.5cm high £40 - £60 Lot 376 Two Totai-Shippo earthenware circular boxes and covers, each having stylised foliate decoration on a blue ground, 13cm diameter £40 - £60

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Lot 377 Pair of Totai-Shippo earthenware baluster vases, each having a Satsuma reserve panel decorated with butterflies amongst foliage, the main body with stylised foliage on a blue ground, three character mark, 12.5cm high together with a pair of similar jars and covers, each decorated with alternate panels, interior and exterior lids, 10cm high £40 - £60 Lot 378 Five pieces of Totai-Shippo earthenware comprising: teapot 14.5cm high, tea cup and saucer, cream jug, jar and cover and a double gourd shaped vase, 18cm high together with a Japanese cloisonné specimen vase decorated with birds amongst foliage on a brown ground £40 - £60

Lot 377

Lot 379 Totai-Shippo earthenware ovoid jar and cover having two blue ground reserve panels with stylised foliage on a deep red ground, underside with mark possibly of kinkozan, 33cm high £60 - £90 Lot 380 Pair of Totai-Shippo earthenware baluster vases, each having two reserve panels with stylised foliage on a grey ground, the main field with foliage on a green ground, character mark to base, 45cm high £50 - £80

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Lot 381 Six Totai-Shippo bark effect vases, 9.5cm - 18.5cm high £50 - £80 Lot 382 Pair of Totai-Shippo bark effect pear shaped vases, 19cm high, a similar baluster vase having a blue and white decorated neck and foot 22cm high, a similar plate decorated with a bird amongst foliage 22.5cm diameter and a similar earthenware ovoid jar having a later wooden cover 17.5cm high £100 - £150 Lot 383 Four Japanese lacquered porcelain vases decorated with foliage, dragons or birds, 15.25cm - 28cm high £40 - £60 For colour images of all lots: www.clevedon-salerooms.com

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Lot 384 Lot 384 Japanese cloisonné four section panel having continuous vertical decoration depicting Cranes and Quail amongst foliage on a blue ground, 93cm x 20cm £200 - £300

Lot 387

Lot 385 Lot 385 Japanese cloisonné rectangular plaque decorated with a Samurai warrior with a monkey, fox and bird on a blue ground, 18cm x 31cm £80 - £120

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Lot 386 Japanese cloisonné fan shaped plaque decorated with a landscape showing a family catching butterflies, in a black lacquered frame, £100 - £150

31.5cm x 47cm Lot 387

Chinese Nankin octagonal meat dish having blue and white painted decoration depicting buildings in a lakeland landscape within a stylised foliate border, 41cm wide

£120 - £180

Lot 388 Late 19th Century Japanese earthenware charger having brocaded panels depicting a Samurai on horseback, figures in a landscape, roosters etc on a gilt decorated orange ground, £150 - £250

45.75cm diameter

Lot 392

Lot 389 Chinese Famille Rose water jar and cover decorated in polychrome enamels with butterflies and melons amongst meandering tendrils,

Lot 392 Chinese Famille Rose baluster vase having foliate decoration, the underside with two blue concentric circles, 24.5cm high £100 - £150

£120 - £180

18.5cm diameter

Lot 390 Lot 390 Set of six Chinese export octagonal plates, each having blue and white painted decoration in the kangxi manner depicting a deer in a landscape, 21.75cm diameter

£200 - £300

Lot 391 Two pairs of 19th Century Chinese porcelain plates, each having blue and white painted foliate decoration together with a similar plate, all 22.5cm diameter

£80 - £120

Lot 393 Lot 393 Chinese Famille Verte brush pot decorated with a bird and butterfly amongst foliage, 22.75cm high £80 - £120

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Lot 394 Chinese Famille Rose bowl decorated with travellers in a landscape, 25.5cm diameter £100 - £150 Lot 395 Pair of Chinese celadon glazed porcelain double gourd shaped vases, each having engraved foliate scroll decoration, 16.25cm high £100 - £150 Lot 396 Two Chinese Famille Rose ovoid teapots, each having typical foliate decoration, 12.5cm and 14.5cm high together with a Famille Verte hexagonal tea caddy with figural and floral decoration, 16.75cm high £120 - £180 Lot 397 Collection of 18th/19th Century Chinese blue and white decorated tea bowls and saucers etc £100 - £150 Lot 398 Collection of 18th/19th Century Chinese and Japanese bowls, plates, tea bowls and saucers, all decorated in the Imari palette £200 - £300

Lot 399 Lot 399 18th Century Chinese Famille Verte serving dish of broad trefoil form, having decoration depicting an interior scene with women and children within a gilt and green foliate border, 27cm wide £100 - £150 Lot 400 Set of three 18th Century Chinese Famille Rose shallow dishes, each decorated with foliate sprays within a conforming border, 24.75cm and 27.5cm diameter together with a similar octagonal dish decorated with peacocks amongst foliage, 24.75cm diameter £150 - £200 Lot 401 Chinese porcelain shallow dish having blue and white painted decoration depicting children in a landscape on a celadon green ground, underside with blue painted seal mark, 33.5cm diameter £75 - £100

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Lot 402 Three Chinese ginger jars, each with ‘Clobbered’ decoration, 16cm, 19cm and 19.5cm high £80 - £120 Lot 403 Two pairs of Japanese Sumida pottery vases, 18cm and 22cm high together with another, 21cm high £60 - £90

Lot 408 Lot 408 Seven pieces of Japanese Sumida pottery comprising: figural jug formed as a mandarin 19.75cm high, jar and cover 14.5cm high, two jugs 9cm and 12.25cm high, mug 12cm high and two bowls 7.75cm and 11.5cm high £150 - £250

Lot 404 Lot 404 Five Japanese Sumida pottery figures, 9cm - 18cm high £120 - £180 Lot 405 Four Japanese Sumida pottery vases, 16.5cm - 18cm high £80 - £120

Lot 409 Lot 409 Four Japanese Sumida pottery vases, 17.5cm - 21cm high £100 - £150

Lot 406 Ten various Japanese Sumida vases, 9.5cm - 18cm high £100 - £150

Lot 410 Lot 410 Two Japanese Sumida pottery brush washers, each 11.5cm wide together with a similar figure depicting five monkeys, 13cm wide £80 - £120

Lot 407 Lot 407 Two Japanese Sumida pottery oval bowls, each decorated with figures peering over the rim, 18cm wide £40 - £60

Lot 411 Two Japanese Sumida pottery vases, 29cm and 30.5cm high £100 - £150 Lot 412 Three Japanese Sumida pottery vases, 24.5cm - 30cm high £100 - £150

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Lot 413 Japanese red lacquered circular dish having gilt decoration depicting Mount Fuji within a scroll border, 33.25cm diameter together with a carved wooden tray decorated with a lacquered spray of bamboo and two applied metal snails, illegible impressed signature, 30.5cm long and a bronzed dish with partially gilded chased decoration depicting two butterflies within a foliate border, £80 - £120

27.25cm diameter

Lot 414 Japanese white metal hand warmer and cover of quatrefoil form, having a swing handle and with partially blackened engraved decoration depicting birds amongst foliage, 17cm wide together with two brass hand warmers, 10cm and £80 - £120

13cm wide

Lot 415 Chinese bronze baluster vase decorated with a dragon in relief, 18.5cm high

£50 - £80

Lot 417

Lot 416 Lot 416 Chinese silver inlaid bronze tripod censer having a pierced and carved hardwood cover and with shizou mark to the base, 12.25cm diameter

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£150 - £250

Lot 419

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Lot 417 19th Century Chinese cloisonné baluster vase having stylised Greek key and foliate decoration on a blue ground, gilt brass interior, handles and rim, 19cm high £100 - £150 Lot 418 Chinese copper alloy tripod censer, 16cm diameter £80 - £120 Lot 419 Japanese bronze baluster vase having gilt and silvered decoration depicting birds amongst foliage, dome cover with later globular knop, 11.25cm high £80 - £120

Lot 423 Lot 420 Japanese bronzed woven wire circular basket and cover, possibly a cricket cage, having a double swing handle, the interior with engraved fan decoration, 9.5cm diameter £40 - £60 Lot 421 Small Chinese rosewood tray having engraved mother-of-pearl inlaid decoration depicting figures in a landscape, 28cm long £80 - £120 Lot 422 Brown lacquered five case inro carved with chrysanthemum and with attached amber or faux amber ojime, 8cm high £80 - £120

Lot 424

Lot 423 Chinese bronze fang ding, interior with seven character inscription, 16cm wide £150 - £250 Lot 424 Japanese bronzed metal and brass necklace, Meiji period, irregular links, some with embossed, pierced and applied silver decoration, some links bearing signatures, approximate circumference 100cm, so length when worn approximately 50cm £200 - £300 Lot 425 Chinese white metal kidney shaped tea caddy and cover having prunus decoration in relief, maker Hung Chong of Canton and Shanghai, 12.25cm high £200 - £300 For colour images of all lots: www.clevedon-salerooms.com

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Lot 426 Lot 426 Attributed to Spoilum - Rare 18th Century Chinese Colonial reverse painted mirror - Study of a European lady breastfeeding her child whilst seated at a heavily draped window, to her side is a table with a teapot and cups, visible through the window is a coastal scene with buildings on the shore, 28cm x 22cm £6000 - £8000

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Lot 427 Cloisonné cased traveller’s eating set, the case with stylised foliate decoration on a blue ground, knife with a bone mounted wooden handle, two bone chopsticks, overall length 32cm £60 - £90 Lot 428 Traveller’s eating set in a two colour shagreen case, the grey and green case with ivory inlay and bronze mounts, ivory handled knife with engraved decoration depicting a figure amongst foliage, two chopsticks with white metal mounts, overall length 31.5cm £100 - £150

Lot 427

Lot 429 Brass mounted leather covered wooden cased traveller’s eating set, the knife with brass inlaid bone mounted horn handle, two brass chopsticks, overall length 29cm £40 - £60 Lot 430 White metal mounted bronzed metal cased traveller’s eating set, the knife with a nickel plated wooden handle, two bone chopsticks with conforming mounts, overall length 28cm £80 - £120

Lot 428

Lot 431 Bamboo and snakeskin cased traveller’s eating set, the knife with bone mounted bamboo handle, two bone chopsticks, overall length 29.75cm £80 - £120 Lot 432 Carved wooden cased traveller’s eating set, the knife with an ivory mounted conforming handle, two bone chopsticks, overall length 30cm £60 - £90

Lot 431

Lot 433 Bamboo cased traveller’s eating set, the knife with conforming handle, two bone chopsticks, overall length 27cm £30 - £50 Lot 434 Nickel plated mounted hardwood cased traveller’s eating set, the knife with conforming handle, two white metal mounted chopsticks and a toothpick, overall length 29cm £80 - £120 For colour images of all lots: www.clevedon-salerooms.com

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Lot 437

Lot 435 Japanese leather pipe case with attached gilt metal and ivory Manju netsuke, length of case 25cm, a leather purse with attached gilt metal and ivorine Manju netsuke, a similar brocade purse and one other £80 - £120

Lot 436 19th Century Cantonese fan having carved ivory guards typically decorated with figures and buildings amongst foliage, the conforming sticks stained in six different colours, the painted panel decorated with court figures, 52cm wide, in a gilt decorated black lacquered box £250 - £350

Lot 437 Japanese pipe holder and tobacco box, the hardwood holder in the form of Tengu, the bamboo and hardwood tobacco box formed as a figure, possibly Daruma, length of holder 21cm together with a carved wooden pipe holder and tobacco box, the carved box formed from a nut case, the hardwood cover formed as a man with folded arms, length of holder 20cm £100 - £150 Lot 438 Four various Japanese smoking pipes, 26.5cm - 42cm long £30 - £50 Lot 439 Japanese bone and mother-of-pearl inlaid hardwood pipe case, together with a nickel plated mounted bamboo pipe, length of case 21cm £50 - £80

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Lot 440 Six various Japanese smoking pipes, 14.5cm - 24cm long £60 - £90 Lot 441 19th Century Chinese painting on rice paper depicting a baptism, 17.5cm x 29cm £50 - £80 Lot 442 Pair of Chinese scroll paintings, probably late 19th Century - The Hanshan Temple, typically inscribed with Zhang Ji’s poem ‘A Night Mooring By Maple Bridge’, 48.5cm and 50cm wide £200 - £300

Lot 439

Lot 443 Postcards - A Japanese album of hand painted landscape postcards and other postcards, circa 1930, the black lacquered front cover with mother-of-pearl and abalone shell inlay depicting birds and butterflies amongst foliage £120 - £180 Lot 444 Pair of large Japanese bronze vases, Meiji period, being of baluster form and decorated in high relief with dragons and koi, 61.25cm high £250 - £350 Lot 445 Chinese bronze koro, the pierced domed cover having a kylin finial, dragon side handles and standing on three splayed feet, apocryphal Xuande six character mark, 35cm high £80 - £120 Lot 446 Chinese carved hardwood charger stand, overall height 48cm £40 - £60

Lot 447

Lot 447 Chinese carved giltwood figure of a Buddha standing on lotus flower, hexagonal hardwood base, overall height 40cm £50 - £80 Lot 448 Chinese pale blue and black silk embroidered short jacket, early/mid 20th Century, decorated with birds and a dragon amongst foliage £100 - £150 For colour images of all lots: www.clevedon-salerooms.com

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Lot 449 Late 19th Century Japanese parquetry inlaid table cabinet made in two sections and fitted five drawers and a single door with lacquered panel decorated with insects amongst foliage and opening to reveal two further drawers, 35cm wide £150 - £200 Lot 450 Chinese hardwood rectangular top low table having a fielded panelled top and standing on carved square supports, 122cm wide £200 - £300

Lot 449

Lot 451 Chinese carved hardwood opium table having a rectangular top with carved and pierced frieze, standing on pad supports, 71cm wide £150 - £250 Lot 452 19th Century Japanese hardwood framed two fold screen, the black and gilt lacquered panels with ivory mounted decoration depicting anthropomorphic frogs on lily pads and birds flying amongst foliage, each panel 177cm high x 85cm wide £500 - £750

Lot 450

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Lot 452

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Collectors Items & Miscellanea to include Metalware, Boxes, Treen, Scientific Instruments, Musical Boxes, Toys, Stamps etc Lots 455-580

Lot 457 Early 20th Century gilt brass relief picture depicting a horse in full tack, on a black canvas backing and in a rosewood veneered frame, size of frame 39cm x 43.5cm Reputed to be World War One War Horse ‘Squire Of Frome’ £100 - £150 Lot 458 19th Century painted Russian icon Deesis The Saviour With The Virgin And St John The Baptist, 20cm x 28.5cm £100 - £150 Lot 459 19th Century painted Russian icon The Feasts And Resurrection, 36cm x 30cm £200 - £300 Lot 460 Regency brass inlaid writing slope, the back hinged cover opening to reveal a fitted interior with brass mounted inkwells, the front hinged cover opening to form a writing surface, 35.5cm wide £100 - £150

Lot 455 Lot 455 Pair of Victorian stained and leaded glass panels, each decorated with a central oval study of a lady, 44cm x 30.5cm £80 - £120

Lot 461 Victorian brass inlaid coromandel and ebonised veneered writing box, the hinged cover to reveal a partially fitted interior and to form a slope, 29.75cm wide £80 - £120

Lot 456 Lot 456 Antique oak, beech and bentwood lace bobbin winder, bearing carved initials M.P. and the date 1684 but of later origin, 39.5cm high £100 - £150

Lot 462

Lot 462 Three quarter size violin, probably German, with bow, cased £150 - £200

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Lot 463 Three violin bows stamped Vuillaume à Paris, Knopf and R.R. Pfretzshner £80 - £120

Lot 466 Lot 464 Lot 464 George III brass bound mahogany telescope by Shuttleworth of London, the ten sided tube with four brass bands, single brass draw, the lens cover engraved Shuttleworth, London, 65.5cm long when closed £120 - £180 Lot 465 Microscopy - Late 19th/early 20th Century microscope slide cabinet, probably by Charles Collins, fitted twenty-three drawers, each with a cast brass handle enclosed by an arch shaped glazed door, the sides and back with conforming blind panels, inset brass carrying handle to the top, containing a large collection of slides, preparers include Watson, Baker, Souter, Walker Arnett, Hinton etc, height of cabinet 39.5cm £600 - £900

Lot 466 Mid 19th Century brass compound microscope by Andrew Ross of London, No.64, circa 1843, signed to the tube Andw Rofs, Optician London, No.64 and standing on a flat splayed horseshoe foot, 40cm high including objective, together with various objectives and a Bull’s-eye lens with stand, the case probably not original £400 - £600

Lot 467 19th Century Carl Zeiss brass compound microscope, No.7887, the tube signed Carl Zeiss, Jena, No.7887 and standing on a blackened horseshoe base, 29.5cm high together with various objectives and in the original mahogany case bearing the agents label for H.P. Aylward of Manchester £80 - £120

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Lot 473 Lot 473 Hohner Chord 48 harmonica, 58.5cm long, £80 - £120

cased

Lot 474 Early 20th Century Gebruder Bing gold

Lot 468

mohair teddy bear 44cm high

£120 - £150

Lot 468 Victorian brass Merryweather type Fireman’s helmet having a leather and brass chin strap and leather lining, the peak with engraved presentation inscription ‘Presented to Fireman C. Andow by his comrades, 1897’ £100 - £150 Lot 469 Wines and Spirits - Chateau Margaux Premier Grand Cru Classe, 1929 (one bottle) £200 - £300 Lot 470 Wines and Spirits - S.V. Borges & Irmao Vintage Port, 1963 Alto Douro (one bottle) £40 - £60 Lot 471 Early 20th Century motorist’s wicker picnic case, nickel plated interior fittings including a kettle and spirit heater, 28cm wide £50 - £80

Lot 475 Lot 475

Lot 472 Lot 472 Hohner Harmonetta chrome cased button harmonica, cased £200 - £300

Small early 20th Century Steiff pale mohair teddy bear, button to ear, black boot button eyes, hump to back, pronounced muzzle, 25cm high

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£250 - £350

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Lot 476 Lot 476 Vintage wooden toy train comprising: locomotive and tender, two coal wagons and a crane, bears label with script ‘All British Made Toys. The Model Workshops, 17, Pelham Street, London etc’, length of loco 38cm £50 - £80

Lot 479 Lot 479 Toys - Lesney die-cast - Major-Scale Series No.1 Massey Harris Tractor £80 - £120

Lot 480 Lot 480 Toys - Dinky Die-cast - Lady Penelope’s Fab 1 (100), boxed £100 - £150

Lot 477 Lot 477 Two late 19th/early 20th Century parlour games - ‘The Game Of Schimmell or Bell And Hammer’, the original wooden box having a sliding cover with lithograph label together with ‘The New Game Of Railway Traffic’ £80 - £120

Lot 478 Lot 478 Model Railway - Bowman 0 Gauge - 4-4-0 locomotive, Model 234 in L.M.S. black, boxed and matching tender Model 250, also a can of Bowman Loco Oil £100 - £150

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Lot 481 Lot 481 20th Century carved wooden headed boy doll having a stuffed body and wooden lower limbs, 34cm high together with two two-piece suits and a white cotton shirt £80 - £120

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Lot 482 Lot 482 Two Britains hollow cast figures H.M. King George VI and H.M. Queen Elizabeth, in Coronation Robes No’s 1473 and 1506 together with The Coronation Chair Of England x 2 No. 1474, all boxed £80 - £120 Lot 483 Britains hollow cast figure - Racing Colours Of Famous Owners ‘H.H.Aga Khan’ No.1463, boxed £30 - £50

Lot 487 Lot 487 Small vintage pond yacht ‘White Elf’, bearing label for Hamley’s of London, 54.5cm long £50 - £80

Lot 484 Lot 484 Toys - Britains Coronation Set, No.1477, large presentation box with coronation coach, outriders, footmen, yeomen of the guard, police etc, making up a complete procession £400 - £600 Lot 485 Toys - Collection of various hollow cast and cast metal farm animals, figures, machinery etc by Britains and others £100 - £150 Lot 486 Small vintage pond yacht ‘White Elf’, bearing label for Hamley’s of London, 54cm long £50 - £80

Lot 488 Lot 488 Vintage pond yacht, length of hull 67cm £80 - £120 Lot 489 Early 20th Century rustic style walking stick, the carved horn handle formed as the head of a duck, 96cm long

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£50 - £80

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Lot 492 Early 20th Century beech walking stick, the handle carved in the form of a gentleman’s head and shoulders, 87.5cm long £60 - £90 Lot 493 Late 19th/early 20th Century walking stick, the handle formed as a man having glass eyes and wearing a top hat and overcoat, 85cm long £120 - £180

Lot 490 Lot 490 Late 19th/early 20th Century walking stick, the carved horn handle in the form of the head of a greyhound, silver collar hallmarked for Birmingham 1900, 86.5cm long £120 - £180

Lot 494 Lot 494 19th Century Malacca walking stick, the silver plated handle formed as a gauntlet, 85.5cm long £60 - £90

Lot 491 Lot 491 19th Century hardwood walking stick, the carved ivory handle formed as the head of a greyhound having glass eyes, 93cm long £120 - £180

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Lot 495 19th Century segmented horn walking stick decorated with bone bands below the horn handle and above the brass ferrule, 96.5cm long £100 - £150

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Lot 496 19th Century rosewood metamorphic walking stick flute, the silver band hallmarked for London 1893, 89cm long £200 - £300

Lot 500 Indian finely carved walking stick, possibly sandalwood, the handle formed as the head of a vampiric like mythological creature, 79.5cm long £120 - £180

Lot 497 Lot 497 African carved hardwood walking stick, the handle formed as the head of a man, 79.5cm long £50 - £80

Lot 501 Lot 501 Late 19th/early 20th Century carved hardwood swagger stick, the handle formed as a fist clutching a ball, 65cm long £40 - £60

Lot 498 Carved walking stick, the handle formed as a seated monkey, 86.5cm long £40 - £60

Lot 499 African carved hardwood walking stick, the handle formed as a kneeling woman, 87cm long £50 - £80

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Lot 500

Lot 502 Late 19th/early 20th Century nickel plated mounted beech metamorphic swagger stick, made in three sections and opening to reveal both a fountain pen and a propelling pencil, 67cm long £50 - £80

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Lot 505

Lot 503 Guitars - Fender Stratocaster, serial number MN588519, black body with off-white and cream fittings, rosewood neck, with hard case £200 - £300 Lot 504 Late 19th/early 20th Century Continental card and paper musical automaton formed as a bobbing ship in a village harbour, a windmill on a hill and a train crossing a bridge, displayed beneath a glass dome with interior painted decoration, overall height 42.5cm £150 - £250 Lot 505 String inlaid rosewood cased key wind six air musical box by Berens, Blumberg & Cie, the bed plate stamped BB & Cie and numbered 21715, 27.25cm cylinder, 46.25cm wide £400 - £600

Lot 506 Taxidermy - A Victorian whimsical miniature white terrier, 11cm high approx, mounted in a gilt decorated glazed cabinet, dimensions of cabinet 23.5cm x 29.5cm For a similar example see K. Dennis-Bryan & J. Clutton-Brock - Dogs Of The Hundred Years At The British Museum, 1988, p.105 £200 - £300 Lot 507 Black Forest type carved wooden figure of a bear, 21.5cm long, two smaller similar figures, 11cm and 12.5cm long and a similar pen stand, 18.5cm high £80 - £120 Lot 508 Late 19th/early 20th Century Staunton ivory chess set by J. Jaques of London, the white king stamped to the underside ‘Jaques London’, one knight and one rook from each side stamped with a crown, height of kings 8.5cm £1000 - £1500

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Lot 511

Lot 510 Late 19th/early 20th Century brass bound lignum vitae string box of barrel form, standing on a circular foot, 12.25cm high £80 - £120

Lot 511 18th Century Norwegian birch peg tankard, the domed cover having carved decoration depicting a crowned lion, raised carved thumb piece, the underside with carved floret and standing on three bracket feet, overall height including thumb piece 20cm £200 - £300

Lot 509 Kinora viewer, the case metal body with gilt decoration and script ‘The Kinora’, hand cranked mechanism and viewing/magnifying lenses £400 - £600

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Lot 516 19th Century gilt brass framed oval snuff box, the hinged cover and the base inset with a veined agate panel, 6cm wide

£50 - £80

Lot 512 Lot 512 19th Century carved coconut cup decorated with an armorial crest amongst scrolling foliage and standing on a turned treen foot, 13.5cm high £150 - £250 Lot 513 Pair of 19th Century Bois Durci portrait plaques - Emperor Napoleon III and Empress Eugenie, each within a foliate moulded Bois Durci frame, overall size including frame 19cm x 15.5cm £60 - £90

Lot 517 Lot 517 19th Century fan having sequin decorated pierced mother-of-pearl sticks, the silk panel with lace foliate sprigs, 43.5cm wide

£80 - £120

Lot 514 Collection of six fountain pens comprising: Conway Stewart ‘Dinkie’, Parker Vacumatic, Parker Duofold, Parker Slimfold and two others £50 - £80

Lot 518 Lot 518 19th Century Anglo-Indian antler sarcophagus shaped trinket box standing on four bun feet, 24.75cm wide

Lot 519

Lot 515 Lot 515 19th Century Swiss tortoiseshell cased miniature cylinder musical box, 6cm cylinder playing two airs, hinged cover with pressed decoration entitled ‘Vue Du Palais Ducal A Venise Cot De La Mer’, 9.5cm wide £100 - £150

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£200 - £300

Friendly Society Interest - Late 19th/ early 20th Century cattle horn bearing an embossed badge relating to the Ancient Order Of Foresters, nickel plated mounts and mouth piece, 39cm long

£40 - £60

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Lot 520 Victorian mother-of-pearl and silver inlaid

Lot 523

tortoiseshell side opening visiting card case,

Set of ten early 20th Century Liberty & Co

£80 - £120

10.5cm high

Japanese paper doilies, each having colour printed decoration depicting a Geisha, 19cm diameter, held together with the original Liberty & Co K Dept printed paper label

£30 - £50

Lot 524 Victorian turned treen cotton reel stand, 26cm high together with two similar bowls, each standing on a circular foot, 15cm and £80 - £120

18.5cm high

Lot 521 Lot 521 Victorian pressed tortoiseshell visiting card case having Gothic architectural decoration, 8.75cm high

Lot 525

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Lot 522

Postcards - Early 20th Century album

Victorian amethyst cut glass ten sided scent

containing seventy-four mainly humorous

bottle, engraved gilt and white metal screw

cards including thirty by Louis Wain and others

and hinged covers, marked for S. Mordan & Co,

by Kinsella, Kennedy, Shepheard and others

London, 14cm long

£60 - £90

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£100 - £150

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Lot 528 Lot 528 Postcards - A collection of Japanese printed postcards, mid 20th Century, landscapes and £40 - £60

other subjects

Lot 526 Lot 526 Postcards - Bristol and suburbs, South Gloucestershire etc £60 - £80

Lot 529 Lot 529 Postcards - Large collection of World War I related postcards, presented in three modern albums, annotated throughout with titles, history

Lot 527 Lot 527 Postcards - Clevedon, Portishead and other North Somerset and Somerset towns and villages £80 - £120

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etc, subjects include Belgium Invasion, Serbian Front, Russia, Italy, Turkey, Mesopotamia, Naval Warfare, Air Battles, Silks etc, 680 cards approx

£400 - £600

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Lot 531 Autographs - Margaret Thatcher, signed letter dated 24 April 1985 to Major R.N. Spafford regarding his visit to the Falkland Islands £100 - £150

Lot 530

Lot 532

Lot 530 Rugby Union Interest - An early 20th Century photograph album belonging to John Charles Meredith Dyke (1884-1960), a Welsh International fullback who was selected for the 1908 British Lions Tour to New Zealand and Australia, the album contains three squad photographs from the British Lions Tour of 1908, each measuring approximately 15.25cm x 20.5cm, together with various photographs collected by Dyke on the tour and various family snaps dating from 1908 to 1937 £80 - £120

Lot 532 Girl Guides Interest - A collection of paper ephemera and photographs relating to the Somerset Girl Guides dating mainly from 1920-1960 and including correspondence and greetings cards from Olave Baden-Powell £250 - £350 Lot 533 Stamps - A collection of Great Britain stamps including Commemoratives, Definitives and Booklets, King George VI to Queen Elizabeth II, all housed in eight De Luxe Lindner albums (8) £600 - £800

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Lot 539 Stamps - A collection of Tristan Da Cunha Queen Elizabeth II stamps, in printed collectors album (1) £200 - £300

Lot 534 Lot 534 Stamps - A collection of Great Britain and British Commonwealth stamps, in four albums (4) £300 - £400 Lot 535 Stamps - A collection of Great Britain stamps, in four albums (4) £300 - £400

Lot 536 Lot 536 Stamps - A collection of Great Britain and British Commonwealth stamps, in three albums (3) £150 - £250

Lot 540

Lot 537 Stamps - A collection of Falkland Island stamps, Queen Victoria to Queen Elizabeth II, in two printed collectors albums (2) £750 - £1000

Lot 540 Stamps - A large collection of Great Britain stamps, commemorative and definitive in full sheets including high values together with some loose stamps £400 - £600

Lot 538 Lot 538 Stamps - A collection of Falkland Dependencies and South Georgia King George VI to Queen Elizabeth II in collectors printed album (1) £300 - £400

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Lot 541 Lot 541 Victorian silver and enamel Knights Templar jewel, maker probably George Kenning, Birmingham 1871, 7cm diameter £40 - £60

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Lot 544

Lot 544 Four silver gilt and enamel Past Masters breast jewels £40 - £60

Lot 542 Lot 542 Five silver Masonic jewels comprising: 2 x Hallstone jewels, 2 x Royal Masonic Hospital jewels and a Peace 1919 jewel £60 - £90

Lot 545

Lot 543 Lot 543 Two Masonic silver and enamel Founders jewels comprising: 1066 Lodge Of Peace And Unity and 5485 London West African Chapter £30 - £45

Lot 545 Six various silver and enamel or silver Masonic jewels comprising: two Royal Arch breast jewels, Irish Constitution Royal Arch Chapter breast jewel, Rose Croix 18th degree collar jewel, Rose Croix Past Master jewel and Potent Cross £40 - £60 Lot 546 Nine silver gilt or silver gilt and enamel Masonic jewels comprising: five silver and pale blue enamel Centenary jewels, two Royal Arch collar jewels and two Past Provincial collar jewels (Devonshire and Kent) £60 - £90

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Lot 549 Five silver and enamel Royal Masonic Benevolent Institution stewards jewels £40 - £60 Lot 550 Fifteen silver gilt and enamel or silver Royal Masonic Institution For Girls jewels and badges

£80 - £120

Lot 547 Lot 547 Eight various silver and enamel or silver Masonic jewels comprising: 2 x Mark Benevolent Fund jewels, 2 x Mark Steward jewels, 2 x Mark members jewels, a Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee jewel and an Order Of Women Freemasons Diamond Jubilee jewel £40 - £60 Lot 548 Five silver and enamel Royal Masonic Institution For Boys jewels and a similar stewards badge £40 - £60

Lot 551 Lot 551 Victorian mahogany table top bowfront chest of four long drawers, standing on turned bun feet, 32cm wide

£80 - £120

Lot 552 Reproduction mahogany table top chest fitted four long drawers, each with partitioned interiors and standing on a plinth base, 31.25cm wide £100 - £150

Lot 553 Pair of Art Deco chrome plated figures, each depicting a female nude holding a basket of flowers aloft and standing on a brown alabaster

Lot 549

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base, 34cm high

£120 - £150

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Lot 558 Peter Thompson (b.1942) - Limited edition bronze sculpture - The Black Rhino, No.16/25, signed, numbered and dated 1993, 60cm long A.R. £1000 - £1500

Lot 554 Lot 554 Pair of early 20th Century studded pokerwork panels, Northern French or Flemish, each depicting Medieval courtship scenes, one with script ‘Semper Fidelis’, each within an embossed brass mount decorated with Wyvern and stylised foliage, overall dimensions 103cm x 53cm £400 - £600 Lot 555 Vintage sheepskin lined brown leather flying jacket £120 - £180 Lot 556 Late 19th/early 20th Century riveted copper log bin, 59cm diameter £80 - £120 Lot 557 Late 19th/early 20th Century riveted copper log bin, 73cm diameter £100 - £150

Lot 559

Lot 559 Taxidermy - A late 19th/early 20th Century ‘Norfolk’ Bittern, cased and mounted in a naturalistic setting, height of bird 63cm approx, height of case 82cm £150 - £250 Lot 560 19th Century copper cylindrical two handled vessel and cover having a later brass tap, 29cm diameter £100 - £150

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Lot 561 George III brass studded animal hide bound dome top deed box, 36cm wide £100 - £150 Lot 562 Late Victorian Gothic style oak reliquary cabinet, of arch shaped form, the door with carved stylised foliate decoration, opening to reveal a velvet lined interior with three glazed roundels having painted and sequinned decorated ecclesiastical script, 74cm high £200 - £300 Lot 563 Antique country made walnut chopping board, 60cm long inclusive of handle £60 - £80

Lot 566 Lot 566 19th Century Indian hardwood and ivory double sided games board, now framed as a firescreen, 57.5cm wide £150 - £250 Lot 567 Advertising - Wills’s Gold Flake Cigarettes - Enamel sign with script on a yellow ground, 152.5cm x 46cm £80 - £120

Lot 564 Lot 564 Set of large late 19th/early 20th Century brass and cast iron beam tobacco scales, 106cm high together with a set of eight graduated brass capstan weights, currently mounted on a late 20th Century rectangular top coffee table £200 - £300

Ex W.D & H.O Wills

Lot 568 Lot 565 Lot 565 19th Century gesso and giltwood rectangular top stool standing on cabriole supports, 31cm wide £50 - £80

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Lot 568 Advertising - Wills’s Gold Flake Cigarettes Enamel sign with pictorial decoration and script on a blue ground, ‘Wills’s Cigarettes Sold Here’, 91.5cm x 45cm £80 - £120

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Lot 571 Lot 571 Railwayana - Great Western Railway rectangular cast iron sign with script ‘Great Western Railway. To drivers and owners of locomotives or other persons in charge of the same. In pursuance of the locomotive act of 1861 notice is hereby given that this bridge is insufficient to carry any weight beyond the ordinary traffic of the district… etc’, 41.5cm x 77.5cm £100 - £150

Lot 569

Lot 569 Advertising - Black Cat Cigarettes - Enamel sign with pictorial decoration and script ‘Black Cat. Pure Matured Virginia Cigarettes’, 92cm x 61cm £150 - £250

Lot 572 Lot 570

Lot 570 Railwayana - Great Western Railway rectangular cast iron sign with script ‘Great Western Railway. Notice - All persons are warned not to trespass upon the railway or stations of the company, and notice is hereby given that pursuant to the provisions of the companies acts every person who trespasses upon such railway or station in such manner as to expose themselves to danger or risk of danger renders himself liable to a penalty of 40 shillings and in default of payment to one month imprisonment for every such offence’, 53.5cm x 77cm £100 - £150

Lot 572 Pair of late 19th/early 20th Century Black Forest type wall plaques, each having carved decoration in relief depicting dead goats and game birds, 75cm high £200 - £300

Lot 573 Native American style napped leather wall hanging decorated with a moose in a wooded mountainous landscape and having a tasselled bottom edge, bears oval stamp with script ‘Reclamation. Max.W.Holme….’. 110cm x 185cm approx excluding tassels £80 - £120

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Stevengraphs Lots 581-609

Lot 574

Lot 574 Pair of ornamental canon, iron barrel of 48cm long on stepped naval type carriages £150 - £200 Lot 575 19th Century silver plated comport by William & George Sissons, the clear glass dish top with engraved decoration depicting birds amongst foliage, the electro plated base decorated with three seated cherubs interspersed by Neo-classical scroll work and standing on a triform foot, overall height 20cm £100 - £150

Lot 581 Lot 581 Four various sporting related comprising: The First Touch, The First Set, W.G. Grace and The First Over £80 - £120

Lot 582 Lot 582 Two boxing related comprising: John L. Sullivan and Charley Mitchell £80 - £120

Lot 576

Lot 576 19th Century bronze bust - Bacchus, bearded, his head thrown back and laughing, a grapevine crown on his head, mounted on a marble socle, overall height 38.5cm £300 - £400 Lots 577-580 No Lots

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Lot 583 Lot 583 Three various sporting related comprising: Are You Ready?, The Last Lap and the Last Lap (2nd version) £80 - £120

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Lot 586

Lot 584 Lot 584 Six horseracing related each depicting the jockey Fred Archer in various racing colours £150 - £250

Lot 586 Leda

£60 - £90

Lot 587 Lot 587 Two stevengraphs comprising: Grace Darling and Called To The Rescue £50 - £80

Lot 585 Lot 585 Four horseracing related comprising: the jockeys - Tom Cannon, John Osborne x 2 (different racing colours) and C. Wood £120 - £180

Lot 588 Lot 588 Five various steam train related comprising: George Stephenson, The Present Time, The Present Time (2nd version), The First Train and Die Jetzige Zeit £80 - £120

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Lot 589 Five various comprising: The First Point, The Slip, The Meet, Full Cry and The Death £80 - £120 Lot 590 Four various comprising: The Home Stretch, For Life Or Death, God Speed The Plough and The Good Old Days £80 - £120

Lot 591 Lot 591 Six various comprising: Friedrich III, Baden Powell, Lord Roberts, Gladstone, Robert Burns and Ecco Homo £80 - £120

Lot 595 Lot 595 Seven various comprising: Kitchener Of Khartoum, Robert Burns, Marquis Of Salisbury, Gladstone, Shakespeare, Mater Dolorosa and Virgin And Child £80 - £120

Lot 592 Lot 592 Four various Queen Victoria

£50 - £80

Lot 596

Lot 593 Four various comprising: Landing Of Columbus, Called To The Rescue, For Life Or Death and The Good Old Days £80 - £120

Lot 596 Four steam train related comprising: The Mersey Tunnel Railway, The Present Time, The Present Time (2nd version) and the First Train £100 - £150

Lot 594 Five various comprising: The Lady Godiva Procession, Ye Ladye Godiva, Peeping Tom, Called To The Rescue and The Good Old Days £80 - £120

Lot 597 Five various comprising: The Tower Of London And Tower Bridge, Coventry Old And New x 2, Lord Roberts and The London And York Royal Mail Coach £40 - £60

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Lot 598 Five various comprising: Dick Turpins Ride To York, Dick Turpins Last Ride, For Life Or Death and The Good Old Days x 2

£80 - £120

Lot 599 Two sporting related comprising: The First Touch and The First Over

£50 - £80

Lot 600 Six various comprising: The Lady Godiva Procession, Ye Ladye Godiva, Peeping Tom, The Death Of Nelson, Wellington & Blucher and The £100 - £150

Good Old Days Lot 601

Four various equestrian related comprising: The Start, The Water Jump, The Finish and The £60 - £90

Good Old Days

Lot 604 Lot 604 Three various comprising: Signing Of The

Lot 602

Declaration Of Independence, The Death Of

Four various equestrian related comprising:

Nelson and Wellington & Blucher

£60 - £90

The Home Stretch, The Start, The Water Jump £60 - £90

and The Finish

Lot 605 Five various comprising: The First Point, The Meet, For Life Or Death, God Speed The Plough and The Good Old Days

£80 - £120

Lot 606 Six various comprising: The Death Of Nelson, Wellington & Blucher, Called To The Rescue, The London And York Royal Mail Coach, Full Cry and The Death

£80 - £120

Lot 607 Small collection of unframed stevengraphs, similar postcards and silks etc

£30 - £50

Lots 608-609 No Lots

Lot 603 Lot 603 Six various royal related

£80 - £120

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Militaria, Weapons & Ethnographica Lots 610-634

Lot 610

Lot 610 Pair of cased silver mounted flintlock pistols, the locks and barrels by Griffin & Tow London, circa 1776, 18cm barrels engraved ‘London’, plain tangs, rounded locks, full stocked inlaid with silver wire, floral carving behind tangs, silver side plates, trigger guards and butt caps engraved with letter ‘G’, escutcheons each engraved ‘Donum Chesterfieldii’, London proof marks, in a green baize lined case with leather kidney shaped flask, worm and bullet mould. Guns re-stocked and cased in working life £1400 - £1800

Lot 611

Lot 612

Lot 611 Percussion military pistol of 1796 type, round barrel 23.5cm with proof marks, walnut full-stock with brass side-plate, trigger guard and ram-rod pipes, flat, floral engraved lock, converted from flint-lock, 37cm overall £250 - £300

Lot 612 19th Century cased percussion pocket pistol by Naylor, Sheffield, round turn-off 4.5cm barrel, floral engraved frame, drop-down trigger, with finely chequered butt, in a case with partitions £120 - £180

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Lot 616 Lot 616 Italian Officers sword, plated, pipe-backed 84cm blade, composition moulded grip, four bar plated knuckle bow in its plated scabbard

Lot 613

£60 - £90

Lot 613 Early 19th Century flintlock over and under pistol, box-lock tap-action flintlock pistol signed Ketland & Co, London, with turn-off barrels 3.5cm, thumb-piece safety catch, also locking the steel, flat sided butt, concealed in a book ‘Works of the Re. John Fletcher’, dated 1808 £500 - £700

Lot 617 Lot 617 1897 pattern Infantry Officers sword, single edged 82cm blade etched with Royal cypher and arms, makers mark Manton & Co Calcutta, regulation grip with Royal cypher, wire-bound fish skin grip in its leather field service scabbard £100 - £150

Lot 614 Lot 614 19th Century Continental six shot pin-fire revolver, sighted 8.5cm octagonal barrel, plain walnut grips, side-gate loading, folding trigger, Belgian proof marks

£50 - £80

Lot 615

Lot 618

19th Century Continental six shot pin-fire

Lot 618

revolver, sighted 8.5cm round barrel, chequered

Victorian Infantry Officers sword by Robert

grips, side-gate loading, folding trigger £50 - £80

Mole & Sons, with scabbard

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£80 - £120

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Lot 619 English 1796 pattern Infantry Officers sword, single edged 82cm blade etched crown over GR and Royal Arms, some bluing and gilding remaining, Ronkel, Solingen on back-strap, regulation hilt with urn pommel, folding side guard, wire bound grip, in its leather scabbard with three brass mounts £120 - £180

Lot 623 Sword stick of ‘customs probe’ type, square section blade 64cm, curved horn handle, round light wood shaft with brass collar to receive stud on handle, 91cm overall

£140 - £180

Lot 620

Lot 620 Four Police type swords, curved single edged fullered blades between 56cm and 60cm in length, brass ‘D’ shaped knuckle bows and pommels, three with grooved wooden grips, one with shark-skin cover £120 - £180 Lot 621 19th Century cut steel dress sword, triangular, hollow section blade 75cm, partly etched with floral swirls, steel grip and knuckle bow, pommel with faceted studs, down swept guard, 92cm overall, English court sword, double edged 70cm blade, brass wire bound grip, gilt knuckle bow and quillons, crown shaped pommel, down swept guard with cypher, in its leather scabbard with two brass mounts with makers plaque - Firmin, cutlers to the Royal Family (2 pieces) £80 - £120

Lot 624 Lot 624 Pair of World War II Carl Zeiss 7 x 50 German Kriegsmarine binoculars stamped 7 x 50 £200 - £300

69847 blc

Lot 625 Lot 625 Collection of World War II Japanese P.O.W. correspondence, photographs and

Lot 622

other items collected by Aircraftman Clifford

Lot 622 Turkish army officers sword single edged blade 80cm long, swollen ‘D’ shaped brass knuckled bow, brass langet with crescent and star emblem, black composition wire bound grip in its metal scabbard with two loose rings £80 - £120

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Harry Smallwood whilst incarcerated by the Japanese, the other items include his cutlery, his P.O.W. I.D. tag, pocket watch, Service and Pay Book, greetings cards, reception centre homecoming paperwork etc

£80 - £120

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Lot 629

Lot 626 Lot 626

Lot 629

Ornate Victorian halberd, pierced blade and

Ethnographica - 19th Century Zulu axe, the

fluke, long square section spike, heavy socket,

grip with incised geometric decoration, the

round pole with studs and side-straps, 262cm

head with conforming decoration, 59cm long

£80 - £120

overall

£100 - £150 Lot 630

Lot 627 Two Victorian halberds for ceremonial use, the tops with double edged ‘spear heads’ engraved with initials and 1872 one side and 1859 on the

Ethnographica - Two African assegai, one having a broad head, the other a narrow head, 123cm and 139cm long

£80 - £120

other, small crescent shaped blades and rear

Lot 631

flukes, on their original round poles with tassel

Ethnographica - African herdsman’s hide

decoration 240cm overall

£180 - £240

shield, 68cm x 42cm, front interlaced with other hide to form grip at rear, the shield has been braced at rear with a small spear 109cm, Ethnic wooden bow, strengthened with bindings 141cm (2 pieces)

£60 - £90

Lot 632 Ethnographica - Wooden cylindrical quiver with woven carrying strap and cover 61cm long with bow and Ethnic dagger with double edged blade 32cm, in its tooled leather scabbard with decorative tassel, leather covered hilt £60 - £90 Lots 633-634

Lot 628

No Lots

Lot 628 Indonesian Kris of traditional form, wavy iron blade 38cm, ‘garuda’ shaped hilt, white metal cup, in its wooden sheath

£40 - £60

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Books

Lot 638 A group of four Heath’s Picturesque Annuals comprising: 1832 being North Of Italy, The Tyrol And On The Rhine, 1833 being On The Rhine, Belgium And Holland, 1834 being The Sea Coasts Of France and 1835 being Scott and Scotland £80 - £120

Lots 635-666

Lot 635 Lot 635 William Shakespeare and Charles & Mary Cowden Clarke (editors) - The Works Of William Shakespeare or The Boydell Shakespeare, with illustrations selected from the Boydell Gallery, four leather bound volumes 1887 £80 - £120 Lot 636 Alain René Le Sage and Tobias Smollett (trans) - Histoire De Gil Blas De Santillane, new edition 1771, four volumes together with The Adventures Of Gil Blas Of Santillane, printed for J. Walker, two volumes 1818, all volumes full leather bound £50 - £80

Lot 639 Lot 639 Richard Lander - Records Of Captain Clapperton’s Last Expedition To Africa, published by Henry Colburn & Richard Bentley, 1830, two part leather bound volumes £100 - £150 Lot 640 James Glaisher (editor) - Travels In The Air, 1871, one volume, part leather bound together with Dr G. Hartwig - The Arial World:A Popular Account Of The Phenomena And Life Of The Atmosphere, published by Longmans Green & Co, New Edition 1881, full leather bound £60 - £90

Lot 641

Lot 637 Lot 637 William Shakespeare - The Dramatick Writings Of Will Shakspere published for and under the direction of John Bell, 1788, 20 volumes in contemporary full leather bindings £400 - £600

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Lot 641 Beatrix Potter - The Roly Poly Pudding, first edition, first printing, published by Frederick Warne 1908, title page with date and ‘all rights reserved’ in brackets below, original maroon cloth with paper illustration on front board, together with The Tale Of Little Pig Robinson, first edition, second printing, published by Frederick Warne 1930, original blue cloth with front cover lettered in gilt and dark brown, original dust cover £100 - £150

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Lot 644 A.A. Milne - Now We Are Six, first edition, first impression, published by Methuen & Co Ltd 1927, original red cloth, titled to spine, pictorial decoration, top edge of pages gilt and with pictorial pink end papers, lacks dust jacket together with another copy, 8th edition 1934, When We Were Very Young, 11th edition 1925

Lot 642 Lot 642 A.A. Milne - Winnie The Pooh, first edition, first impression, published by Methuen & Co Ltd 1926, original green cloth, titled to spine, pictorial decoration, top edge of pages gilt and with map endpapers, pictorial dust jacket with ‘117th Thousand’ to back flap £400 - £600

and The House At Pooh Corner, 8th edition 1936 £100 - £150

Lot 645 Daniel Defoe - Life And Strange Surprising Adventures Of Robinson Crusoe Of York, Mariner, 2nd edition 1719 together with Farther Adventures Of Robinson Crusoe, being the second and last part of his life, 1st edition 1719, each in contemporary full leather binding £800 - £1200

Lot 646

Lot 643

John Milton - Paradise Lost, A Poem In Twelve

Lot 643 A.A. Milne - The House At Pooh Corner, first edition, first impression, published by Methuen & Co Ltd 1928, original pink cloth, titled to spine and pictorial front board, top edge of pages gilt, illustrated endpapers, with dust jacket £100 - £150

Books, printed and sold by R. & A. Foulis 1771-1772, together with Homer - The Iliad - The Iliad, and Odyssey, printed by Robert & Andrew Foulis 1771-1772, seven volumes, all eleven volumes in matching full leather bindings £100 - £150

Lot 645

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Lot 647 Lot 647 Law - Sir Thomas Raymond - The Reports Of Divers Special Cases Adjudged In The Courts Of Kings Bench, Common Pleas & Exchequer, In The Reign Of King Charles II, printed by Richard and Edward Atkins, first edition 1696, Anthony Colquitt - The Second Part Of Modern Reports, being a collection of several special cases, most of them adjudged in the court of common pleas in the 26, 27, 28, 29 & 30th years of the reign of King Charles II, printed by Richard and Edward Atkins, first edition 1698 and Edward Coke The First Part Of The Institutes Of The Laws Of England, Or A Commentary Upon Littleton, Not The Name Of A Lawyer Only, But Of The Law It Selfe. Printed by Rawlins of Roycroft, tenth edition 1703. All three in full leather bindings £200 - £300

Lot 651 Lot 651 Popular Scientific Recreations In Natural Philosophy, Astronomy, Geology, Chemistry etc, published by Ward, Lock & Co, 1885, full leather bound £50 - £75 Lot 652 Austin Dobson - William Hogarth, being the works of Hogarth in photogravure, with an introduction on Hogarth’s workmanship by Sir Walter Armstrong, published by William Heinemann 1902, fine gilt green leather binding with slip case £100 - £150

Lot 648 Lot 648 Louis Wain (Illus) - Five Louis Wain annuals bound as one volume comprising: 1911-1912 and four others, some seeming incomplete, part red leather bound, one volume, together with Louis Wain’s Annual 1911-1912 in original pictorial boards £120 - £180 Lot 649 John Marston - The Wonder Of Women: or The Tragedie Of Sophonisba, printed for William Sheares, 1633, early full leather binding, one volume £300 - £400

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Lot 650 Lot 650 Izaak Walton and Charles Cotton - The Complete Angler, published by Samuel Bagster & Sons, Tercentenary Edition, 1893, two part gilt vellum bound volumes £150 - £200

Lot 653 John Horner (Illus) - Buildings In The Town And Parish Of Halifax, being an album of nineteen coloured lithographic plates, published by Robert Leyland, 1835, one volume £80 - £120 Lot 654 Collection of fifty-six leather bindings, late 18th - late 19th Century, mainly sets/part sets poetry, novels etc £120 - £180 Lot 655 David Seth-Smith - Parrakeets, A Handbook To The Imported Species, published by Bernard Quaritch, revised edition 1926, green cloth bound £100 - £150

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Lot 659 George Graves - British Ornothology: Being The History With A Coloured Representation Of Every Known Species Of British Birds, printed for the author by W. & S. Graves, 2nd edition 1821, three leather bound volumes £750 - £1000

Lot 656 Lot 656 William Wilson - Bryologia Britannica;containing the mosses of Great Britain and Ireland, published by Longman, Brown, Green & Longmans, 3rd edition 1885, one part leather bound volume £80 - £100

Lot 660 Lot 660 George Bowdler Buckton - Monograph Of The British Aphides, printed for the Ray Society 1876/1879, two volumes £80 - £120

Lot 657 Lot 657 Rev. F.O. Morris - A History Of British Birds, published by Groombridge & Sons, circa 1860, eight part leather bound volumes £120 - £180 Lot 658 E.C. Stuart Baker - Indian Pigeons And Doves, published by Witherby & Co, 1913, one green cloth bound volume £75 - £100

Lot 661 Lot 661 Henry C. Andrews - The Heathery; Or A Monograph Of The Genus Erica, printed by Richard Taylor 1804-1806, three volumes £100 - £150

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Silver & White Metal Lots 667-734

Lot 662 Lot 662 Richard Deakin - Florigraphia Britannica; Or Engravings And Descriptions Of The Flowering Plants And Ferns Of Britain, published by Groombridge & Sons 1857, four green cloth £100 - £150

bound volumes

Lot 663 Lot 667

Lot 663 Lot 667

Mrs Alfred Gatty - British Sea-Weeds, drawn

George IV silver urn shaped chalice having a

from Professor Harvey’s ‘Phycologia Britannica’

band of embossed foliate decoration and standing

etc, published by Bell & Daldy, 1872, two part leather bound volumes

£80 - £120

on a circular foot, makers mark indistinct, London 1823, 14.5cm high, 7.7oz approx £120 - £180

Lot 664 Anne Pratt - The Flowering Plants, Grasses, Sedges And Ferns Of Great Britain, published by Frederick Warne, circa 1873, six gilt decorated green cloth bound volumes

£150 - £200

Lots 665-666 No Lots

Lot 668 Lot 668 Edward VII silver and tortoiseshell oval inkstand having an ovoid cut glass inkwell, makers Grey & Co, London 1908, 18.75cm wide £120 - £180

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Lot 672 Victorian oval tea caddy having embossed Neo-classical stylised foliate decoration, makers George Maudsley Jackson & David Landsborough Fullerton, London 1898, 8.5cm high, 2.7oz £60 - £90

approx

Lot 669 Lot 669 George III cast silver taperstick having a knopped column, floret sconce and standing on a conforming foot, maker Ebenezer Coker, London 1764, 13.75cm high, 5.6oz approx £400 - £600

Lot 673 Lot 673 Victorian silver leaf design chamber style taperstick with snuffer, makers Yapp & Woodward, Birmingham 1845, 5.5cm high, £80 - £120

1.5oz approx

Lot 670 Lot 670 Pair of early 20th Century Anglo-Indian white metal pepper mills of baluster form, each having allover tight-knit embossed foliate decoration, 9.75cm high £100 - £150 Lot 671 George III silver sauce boat having a high acanthus decorated scroll handle and standing on triple pad feet, maker probably Walter Brind, London 1767, 18cm long, 8.3oz approx £200 - £300

Lot 674 Lot 674 Victorian silver shallow bowl, decorated with alternate plain and foliate embossed wrythened panels, cast Wyvern handles and standing on a circular foot, makers Carrington & Co, London 1887, diameter not including handles 16.5cm, 12.3oz approx

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£250 - £350

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Lot 675 George III oval silver mustard pot having pierced and engraved decoration, domed hinged cover and high loop handle, makers Robert Hennell I & David Hennell II, London 1795, 7cm high, 3.6oz approx together with a Victorian silver mustard spoon

£50 - £80

Lot 676 George VI glass hip flask having leather mounted shoulders, the silver hinged cover and sleeve hallmarked for James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1942, 13.75cm high

Lot 679

£60 - £90 Lot 679

Lot 677

George V silver baluster coffee pot with

Set of six early 19th Century English/

matching hot water jug, each having a domed

Canadian silver Fiddle pattern Berry spoons

cover, the first with ebonised handle, the

comprising: a pair of tablespoons, maker

second with walnut handle, each standing on a

William Chawner, London 1824, another pair,

gadrooned circular foot, makers C.S. Harris &

William Chawner, London 1831 and a pair of

Sons, London 1911, 21cm high, combined weight

sifting ladles, maker Peter Nordbeck, Halifax,

23.7oz approx gross

£200 - £250

Nova Scotia, circa 1830, all with later matching engraving, embossing and gilding to the bowls, combined weight 11.8oz approx, cased £150 - £200

Lot 678

Lot 680

Lot 678

Lot 680

Victorian silver teapot of lobed melon form, the

George III silver tapered cylindrical tankard

dome cover having a pomegranate finial, scroll

having a scroll handle and standing on a

handle and standing on four scroll feet, makers

flared circular foot, makers Duncan Urquhart

Samuel Hayne & Dudley Cater, London 1858,

& Naphtali Hart, London 1803, 12cm high,

17.5cm high, 23.6oz approx

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£350 - £450

9.8oz approx

£250 - £350

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Lot 682 George I Britannia Standard silver lidded tankard, the domed cover with scroll thumb piece, scroll handle, moulded girdle and standing on a circular foot, engraved presentation inscription to underside dated 1797, maker Joseph Ward, London 1721, 14.5cm high, 15oz approx £800 - £1200 Lot 683 Victorian silver three piece christening set comprising: knife, fork and spoon, each having a decorative embossed handle, makers Martin, Hall & Co, Sheffield 1871, cased £40 - £60

Lot 681

Lot 681 Edward VII Britannia Standard silver sugar caster of wrythened cylindrical form, the pierced cover with conforming wrythened decoration, maker Charles Stuart Harris, London 1901, 20.5cm high, 11.5oz approx £120 - £180

Lot 684 Lot 684 Set of four George V silver menu holders of disc form, makers Sampson Mordan & Co, Chester 1911, cased £100 - £150

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Lot 687

Lot 687 Edwardian silver mounted horse hoof table snuff box with presentation inscription ‘Charlie, about 33, 1905’, silver mounts hallmarked for Thomas Goodfellow, London 1905, 10cm high £80 - £120

Lot 685 Lot 685 Edward VII silver quatrefoil bowl having elaborate embossed foliate decoration, makers Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd, London 1903, 27cm wide, 10.5oz approx together with a George III silver tablespoon with later embossed and chased decoration, cased £120 - £180

Lot 688 No Lot

Lot 689

Lot 689 Set of six Elizabeth II silver goblets, each bowl having a hammered finish and with engraved decoration and script ‘Tewkesbury Festival 1971’, and standing on a slender stem and circular foot, maker Peter B. Harwood, London 1971, 16cm high, combined weight 26.5oz approx £150 - £250

Lot 686 Lot 686 George V silver two handled cup having engraved foliate and embossed acanthus leaf decoration, makers Elkington & Co, Birmingham 1921, 15.5cm high, 4.3oz approx £60 - £90

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Lot 690

Lot 690 Pair of Elizabeth II silver table pheasants, makers C.S.R. Ltd, London 1973, 22cm and 23cm long, combined weight 27.7oz approx £400 - £600

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Lot 691 Twelve pairs of George III mother-of-pearl handled fruit knives and forks, no maker’s mark or date letter, cased £60 - £90

Lot 694

Lot 692 Lot 692 Pair of Elizabeth II silver three branch candelabra, each standing on baluster stem and circular foot, makers J.H.O, London 1975/1976, 26.75cm high, weighted £250 - £350

Lot 694 George V engraved silver four piece tea service, the teapot and hot water jug with wooden scroll handle and conforming carved pineapple finial, cream jug with high loop handle and oval sucriere with swing handle, makers Crichton Brothers, London 1916, height of hot water jug 24cm, combined weight 61.2oz approx gross £600 - £800 Lot 695 George V silver lamp base standing on a hexagonal column and with a conforming foot, makers Hawksworth, Eyer & Co Ltd, Sheffield 1925, overall height 32.5cm, weighted £100 - £150 Lot 696 Edward VII silver Monteith style rose bowl having presentation inscription and standing on a circular foot, makers Martin, Hall & Co, Sheffield 1904, 21cm diameter, 25.2oz approx £150 - £200

Lot 693 Lot 693 Late 19th/early 20th Century composite silver spirit kettle and stand, the kettle having a walnut handle, embossed wrythened decoration, makers mark indistinct, London 1891, the stand having no makers or assay mark but probably London 1928, the burner being silver plated, 32.5cm high, 34.8oz approx gross (exclusive of burner) £300 - £400

Lot 697 Lot 697 Elizabeth II limited edition silver rose bowl ‘The Wild Life Bowl’, produced in 1976 for Tessiers of London, no.47/2000, makers H. & L. Parsons, London 1976, 26.5cm diameter, 46.5oz approx £500 - £800

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Lot 701

Lot 701 Indian white metal visiting card case decorated with a village scene in relief, 8.5cm high £50 - £80

Lot 698 Lot 698 George V silver twelve person canteen of cutlery, comprising: twelve table forks, twelve dessert forks, twelve dessert spoons, twelve soup spoons, twelve teaspoons, six tablespoons and two sauce ladles, makers James Deakin & Sons, Sheffield 1935, 110.8oz approx together with twelve James Deakin carved ivory handled stainless steel bladed table knives and six matching dessert knives £600 - £800 Lot 699 Twelve pairs of silver fruit knives and forks, each having mother-of-pearl handles, makers Hawksworth, Eyre & Co Ltd, Sheffield 1923, cased £100 - £150

Lot 702

Lot 702 George III silver snuff box of curved rectangular form having engraved seaweed decoration, maker Joseph Taylor, Birmingham 1819, 4.75cm wide £150 - £200 Lot 703 George IV silver vinaigrette having engraved decoration, plain gilded pierced grille, maker John Bettridge, Birmingham 1830, 3cm wide £80 - £120

Lot 700 Lot 700 George V pale blue guilloche enamel and silver lady’s cigarette case/snuff box, bears import marks for P.H. Vogel & Co, London 1925, 7.75cm long £120 - £180

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Lot 704

Lot 704 Victorian foliate engraved rectangular vinaigrette, pierced grille, makers C.H. & S, Birmingham 1859, 3.5cm long £80 - £120

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Lot 705 George IV silver vinaigrette having engraved decoration, gilded grille with pierced and engraved foliate decoration, maker William Simpson, Birmingham 1829 £80 - £120

Lot 710

Lot 710 George V silver cigar case having striped engine turned decoration, makers William Neale Ltd, Birmingham 1921, 13cm long, 4.3oz approx £50 - £80

Lot 706 Lot 706 Sampson Mordan silver ‘Chick’ pin cushion, Chester 1908, 2.5cm high £50 - £80 Lot 707 Elizabeth II sewing set comprising: circular box and cover, 5.5cm diameter, circular pin cushion, 5.5cm diameter and thimble, 2.25cm high, all with trailing foliate decoration, makers House Of Lawrian, London 1977 £100 - £150

Lot 711

Lot 711 Late 19th Century Austrian silver mounted stag antler cigar cutter, by Carl Hiess of Vienna, the handle formed as the head of a bird amongst oak leaves and acorns, marked Carl Hiess, Wien, Kohlmarkt 12, 17.5cm long £100 - £150

Lot 708 Lot 708 George V child’s silver rattle/whistle in the form of an auctioneer’s gavel, no makers mark, Birmingham 1922, 10.5cm long, 1oz approx £60 - £90 Lot 709 Victorian doctors silver tongue depressor, maker probably Thomas Nicholls, London 1871, 11.5cm long £50 - £80

Lot 712

Lot 712 George III silver seal top spoon, maker James Jones, London 1767, 19cm long, 1.8oz approx £100 - £150

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Lot 717 Edward VII silver mounted tortoiseshell rectangular box, the hinged cover with an applied engraved silver Gryphon crest, hinges hallmarked for Atkin Brothers, London 1901, 11cm wide £60 - £90

Lot 713 Lot 713 Omar Ramsden cast silver caddy spoon having a swept handle terminating in a textured foot, makers Omar Ramsden & Alwyn Carr, London 1914, 8cm long, 1.5oz approx £250 - £350

Lot 718 Pair of Victorian silver butter knives having allover engraved decoration, makers William Marshall & Co, Edinburgh 1890, 14cm long, combined weight 1.6oz approx, cased £40 - £60

Lot 719

Lot 714 Lot 714 Omar Ramsden cast silver spoon, the terminal decorated with a thistle in low relief, makers Omar Ramsden & Alwyn Carr, London 1917,16.25cm long, 1.9oz approx £250 - £350 Lot 715 Matched set of twelve 19th Century Fiddle And Thread pattern silver table forks, 6 x maker Mary Chawner, London 1833 and 6 x with no makers marks, London 1823, combined weight 30.8oz approx £200 - £250 Lot 716 Set of six Victorian silver Fiddle pattern dessert spoons, maker Christopher Cummins, Dublin 1842 also with marks for J.R. Neill, 8.9oz approx £75 - £100

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Lot 719 Pair of Edward VII silver grape scissors having scallop shell decoration, maker George Howson, Sheffield 1904, 18cm long, 3oz approx, cased £75 - £100 Lot 720 George V silver egg cup of two handled urn shaped form having pierce decoration depicting a good luck swastika, makers Wakely & Wheeler, London 1924 together with a matching egg spoon, London 1923, cased £40 - £60 Lot 721 George V silver three piece christening set comprising: two handled urn shaped egg cup, egg spoon and napkin ring, makers Wakely & Wheeler, London 1923, cased £30 - £50 Lot 722 Set of four George V silver oval salts, each standing on four oval feet, makers Walker & Hall, Birmingham 1924, 5.75cm wide with four salt spoons, cased £50 - £80

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Lot 726 George V silver salver having a pie-crust edge and standing on four pad feet, makers Barker Brothers, Chester 1924, 20.5cm diameter, 11oz approx £80 - £120

Lot 723 Lot 723 Set of four George V silver salts of octagonal form, each having a blue glass liner, makers Stokes & Ireland, Chester 1917-1920, together with three silver salt spoons and a silver plated salt spoon, cased £60 - £90

Lot 727

Lot 727 George V silver salver having a pie-crust edge and standing on triple scroll feet, makers Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1921, 20.75cm diameter, 10.2oz approx £80 - £120 Lot 728 George V silver salver having a pie-crust edge and standing on triple hoof feet, makers A & J. Zimmerman Ltd, 19cm diameter, 7.4oz approx £80 - £120

Lot 724 Lot 724 Victorian Aesthetic School silver circular salver decorated in the Japanesque manner with birds amongst foliage in low relief on a pitted ground and standing on three bun feet, maker Frederick Elkington, Birmingham 1879, 25.5cm diameter, 20oz approx £300 - £450 Lot 725 George V silver salver having a pie-crust and shell edge and standing on triple pad feet, makers Elkington & Co, Birmingham 1924, 22cm diameter, 13oz approx £80 - £120

Lot 729

Lot 729 Edward VII silver Art Nouveau design easel picture frame having embossed decoration depicting a girl herding geese in a landscape amongst stylised foliage, makers Charles S. Green & Co Ltd, Birmingham 1905, overall size 29cm x 25cm £400 - £600

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Lot 735

Lot 730 Lot 730 Indian white metal salver having allover decoration depicting birds amongst foliate scrolls within a pierced border, 20.5cm diameter £100 - £150

Lot 735 Single stone diamond ring, the old cut brilliant calculated as weighing approximately 2 carats, claw set to a yellow mount, size L½ £3000 - £4000

Lot 736

Lot 736 Diamond single stone ring, the brilliant cut of good colour and clarity of approximately 1.5 carats, the white mount size I½, cased £4000 - £5000

Lot 731 Lot 731 Pair of Indo-Persian white metal two handed baluster shaped vases, possibly Qajar, each having engraved and embossed foliate decoration, each foot stamped with three Islamic characters, 25.5cm high £200 - £300 Lots 732-734 No Lots

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Lot 737

Lot 737 Three stone diamond and garnet ring, the old cushion cut stone of approximately 1 carat, flanked either side by round cut garnets to an 18ct gold mount, Chester 1894, size M½ £1000 - £1200

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Lot 738 Lot 738 Emerald and diamond panel ring, the rectangular cut stone to a single cut set mount with single cuts to the shoulders, size L, 3.8g gross £1600 - £1800

Lot 741

Lot 741 Art Deco style diamond and calibré sapphire ring, the brilliant cut of 1.2 carat, between shoulders of graduated calibré cut sapphires, with single and brilliant cut diamonds set either side and to the head, engraved shank numbered 24674, size G½ £6000 - £8000 Lot 742 No lot

Lot 739 Lot 739 Diamond ring, the two brilliant cuts of approximately 1 carat total, set above and below a central roll of three baguettes, flanked either side by a trio of brilliant cuts, the white mount stamped ‘Plat’, size M, 6.2g gross £2500 - £3000

Lot 743

Lot 743 Aquamarine and diamond ring, stamped ‘10% Irid Plat’, the step cut measuring approximately 10.9mm x 8.7mm x 5.6mm deep between shoulders set with a tapering baguette to each, size L, 6.2g gross £1200 - £1600

Lot 740 Lot 740 Star sapphire and diamond ring, the oval grey cabochon between shoulders set with a marquise diamond and nine single cuts to each, indistinct marks to the shank, size I½, 5.4g gross £2200 - £2800

Lot 744

Lot 744 Three stone diamond ring, stamped ‘18ct’, the round old cut brilliants totalling approximately 1.8 carats, size N, 4.3g gross £800 - £1200

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Lot 745 Lot 745 Pearl and diamond ring, the 10mm pearl between baguette set shoulders, the white mount stamped ‘18k’, size M, 4.6g gross, the pearl is untested and unwarranted £500 - £800

Lot 748 Lot 748 Large diamond ring, the principal radiant cut diamond of approximately 3.2 carats, enclosed by tapered baguette cuts, with small brilliants and baguettes to the shoulders, these totalling approximately 2.49 carats, all to a yellow ‘Rolex’ style mount, stamped ‘D249 322 CTF 750’,

Lot 746 Lot 746 Diamond half hoop ring, stamped ‘10% Irid Plat’, set with a line of seven graduated baguette cuts, size J, 2.5g gross £400 - £600

Lot 747 Lot 747 Sapphire, diamond and emerald ring, the central circular cut stone between parallel line of calibré cut emeralds with diamond set borders above and below, size M, 2.8g gross £600 - £800

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£9000 - £12000

size U, 20.6g gross

Lot 749 Lot 749 Cornelian 9ct gold seal ring, London 1989, the oval panel engraved with an armorial, to a split shoulder shank, size O½, 3.2g gross £80 - £120

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Lot 753 Lot 750 Lot 750 Sapphire and diamond panel ring, the rectangular cut corner stone enclosed by eighteen brilliant cuts and one brilliant cut to each shoulder, totalling approximately 0.29 carats, size L½, 2.7g gross £1500 - £2000

Lot 753 Victorian gimmel ring, set with a paste either side of the clasping hands, opening to reveal the two flaming hearts, size O½, 3.1g gross £200 - £250

Lot 754 Lot 751 Lot 751 Sapphire and diamond triple cluster ring, stamped ‘18ct’, the graduated oval cuts enclosed by twenty-six old single cuts, size M, 3.7g gross £500 - £600

Lot 754 17th Century posy ring, engraved with trailing foliage, inscription ‘I have obtained Whome God had ordain’ (sic), struck twice with the makers mark, possibly E.G.?, the D section ring, 3.9mm wide x 1.1mm thick, 3.6g gross £300 - £400

Lot 755 Lot 752 Lot 752 Diamond single stone ring, stamped ‘18ct’ and ‘Plat’, the old cut brilliant of approximately 1.23 carats, size V, 3.9g gross £1500 - £2000

Lot 755 Scarab ring, the swivelling faience beetle with pseudo-hieroglyphics to the reverse, the yellow mount with indistinct marks, size K, 4.2g gross £80 - £120

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Lot 759 Lot 756 Lot 756 Diamond eternity ring, the twenty brilliant cuts totalling approximately 1.6 carats, mounted in unmarked white metal, size M, 3.8g gross £300 - £400

Lot 759 Diamond single stone platinum ring, the brilliant cut of approximately 0.5 carats, size L½, 4.5g gross, with boxes and paperwork £500 - £600

Lot 760 Lot 757 Lot 757 Ivory and ruby ring, circa 1900, carved as a lions head with ruby eyes and ruby crown, to his mouth is a ring connecting to the shank, size L £750 - £850

Lot 760 Victorian citrine and split pearl ring, the rectangular cut stone enclosed by twenty small pearls, size M, 3.4g gross, pearls untested and unwarranted, cased £180 - £220

Lot 761

Lot 758 Lot 758 Victorian three stone pearl ring, with emerald points between and to the shoulders of the carved shank, size K½, 2.2g gross, pearls untested and unwarranted £120 - £180

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Lot 761 Diamond cluster ring, stamped ‘18ct Platinum’, the central brilliant cut of approximately 0.56 carats calculated, the eight outer brilliants totalling approximately 0.96 carats, size N, 5g gross £800 - £1000 Lot 762 No lot

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Lot 763 Lot 763

Lot 766

Diamond and sapphire two stone crossover

Lot 766

ring, the diamond of approximately 0.4 carats,

Victorian opal, ruby and emerald ring, the

£250 - £300

size L, 2.3g gross

six round cabochon opals with an emerald to the centre and six ruby points, size L, 1.8g gross £80 - £120

Lot 764 Lot 764 Seven stone diamond cluster ring, the old cuts totalling approximately 0.35 carats, stamped ‘18ct’, size O, 2.4g gross

£120 - £160

Lot 767 Lot 767 Victorian emerald and pearl ring, the central

Lot 765 Lot 765

cluster with a trio of stones to each shoulder,

Five stone diamond ring, the graduated brilliant

size M½; with a Victorian nine stone split pearl

cuts totalling approximately 1.8 carats, size N½,

ring, size M, all pearls untested and unwarranted

4.7g gross

£600 - £800

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£150 - £200

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Lot 769

Lot 768

Lot 770

Lot 768 Guard chain, tagged ‘9c’, of round belcher links to a swivel clasp, 148cm long; with a locket attached, chain approximately 32g gross £250 - £350 Lot 769 Victorian shell cameo brooch, carved as a classical female in profile, within a gold scroll border mount, 6.4cm overall length £100 - £150 Lot 770 Guard chain, of rose coloured round belcher links, 114cm long, 15.5g gross £100 - £150

Lot 771

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Lot 771 Diamond pendant, the two principal diamonds of approximately 0.65 and 0.5 carats, the former to a trefoil mount set with single cuts and Swiss cut diamonds, the latter with a diamond set palmette motif below and bell shaped motif above, to diamond set extensions on a Figaro link chain, 40.5cm long overall £3000 - £5000 For colour images of all lots: www.clevedon-salerooms.com

Lot 774 Lot 774 Diamond bracelet, the three repeating panels with stirrup connectors between, each panel set with three principal marquise cut stones, six baguettes and single cuts throughout, £6000 - £8000

17.5cm long

Lot 772 Lot 772 Edwardian peridot and seed pearl pendant brooch, stamped ‘9ct’, on a chain, later replacement bale, pendant brooch 4cm long, excluding the bale, chain 40cm long £100 - £150

Lot 775 Lot 775 Victorian diamond set hinged bangle, tagged ‘15ct’. Set with an old cut of approximately 0.15 carats, between wire work decoration, cord edge borders, 5.8cm internal diameter, £300 - £400

15.1g gross

Lot 773 Lot 773 Edwardian garnet and seed pearl pendant, stamped G & W and ‘9ct’, on a chain, pendant 5cm long, chain 45cm long £60 - £80

Lot 776 Lot 776 Guard chain, of fancy pierced links, 156cm long, 26g gross

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£180 - £220

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Lot 779 Lot 779 Diamond set initial S bar brooch, the letter set with eighteen old cuts totalling approximately 0.72 carats, 6.6cm long overall, 5.4g gross, £80 - £120

cased

Lot 777 Lot 777 Late Victorian pearl set necklace, the pearl set frontispiece to a rope back chain, with a detachable sun in splendour brooch pendant, set with a diamond to the centre, necklace 39cm long, cased £400 - £500

Lot 780 Cartier; an emerald and onyx gold Panther brooch, with emerald eyes and onyx nose, French Control marks, signed ‘Cartier’, numbered 606871, 10 and 750, 5.3cm long, 15.8g gross £2500 - £3000

Lot 781 Lot 781

Lot 778 Lot 778 Fox mask bar brooch, set with cabochon ruby eyes, 5.8cm overall length, 6.2g gross £100 - £150

Unusual Victorian Kayak brooch, with registration lozenge for the 27th march 1872, realistically modelled and applied with an oar, 6.9cm overall length

£50 - £80

Lot 780

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Lot 782

Lot 783

Lot 784

Lot 782 Opal and ruby crescent brooch, marked A & Co and ‘15ct’, the fifteen graduated opal cabochons with ruby points to the outside edge, 3.4cm diameter, 7.7g gross

£400 - £450

Lot 783 Ruby and diamond brooch, 1960s, the central cluster within a mount stamped ‘18k’ of curled leaves, 3.8cm across, 9.4g gross

£300 - £350

Lot 784 Artillery Command Systems Regiment diamond and enamel sweetheart brooch, stamped ‘18ct’, with diamond detail to the crown and ACS monogram to the centre, 3cm across, £250 - £300

9.5g gross

Lot 786

Lot 786 Late Victorian diamond crescent brooch, the double row of thirty-five rose, single and brilliant cut stones totalling approximately 2.6 carats, detachable brooch fitting, 2.9cm diameter £800 - £1000

Lot 785 Lot 785 Diamond and ruby two colour ‘Ying & Yang’ style brooch, of oval outline, the white section set with a brilliant cut of approximately 0.15 carat, the yellow section set with a ruby, 3.7cm long, 6.6g gross

£150 - £200

Lot 787

Lot 787 Edwardian citrine and seed pearl pendant necklace, the oval cluster with a citrine drop below and divider above, 47.5cm overall length £250 - £350

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Lot 788 Lot 788 Late Victorian sapphire, diamond and pearl brooch, designed as a crescent with an outer row of graduated oval cut sapphires, and an inner row of old cut diamonds, a central pearl and diamond flower head, sapphire terminals to the central bar, 4.8cm long overall, pearl untested and £350 - £450

unwarranted

Lot 789 Lot 789 Victorian rose diamond clasp of scroll design, originally operated to either end number 5 and 6 to a three row graduated cultured pearl necklace, the 54/52/50 pearls of approximately 5.8mm to 9.5mm, 35cm shortest row £600 - £800

Lot 790 Edwardian diamond and amethyst pendant brooch, the circular wreath border of old single cut diamonds with six round cut amethyst, encircling a central drop of a larger round cut amethyst within a hexafoil border of old single cuts, with detachable brooch fitting and hinged loop for the now missing bale, 3.3cm overall diameter

£1200 - £1800

Lot 790

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Lot 791 Lot 791 Georg Jensen silver brooch, designed by Arno Malinowski, numbered 318, the square leaf frame with a recumbent deer to the bottom edge and a squirrel to one corner, 4cm across £200 - £250

Lot 794 Lot 794 Collection of three turquoise Ruskin pottery brooches, one circular and two oval, the largest 5.4cm long £80 - £120

Lot 792 Lot 792 Victorian diamond brooch, designed as three leaves, set throughout with thirty-eight old brilliant and single cut stones, 2.4cm overall length £500 - £600

Lot 793 Lot 793 Ruskin pottery brooch, the oval moss coloured panel to a wire work frame, 4.2cm long £40 - £60

Lot 795 Lot 795 Collection of three blue/green Ruskin pottery brooches, one circular and two oval, the largest 4.1cm long £80 - £120

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Lot 796 Lot 796 9ct gold cigarette case, 95g gross £650 - £700

Lot 799

Lot 797 Lot 797 Filigree panel, converted to a pendant, design as two confronting butterflies, 5cm long, 9.5g gross £150 - £180

Lot 798 Lot 798 Victorian paste necklace, the thirteen stone frontispiece to a fancy box link back chain, 46.5cm long £200 - £250

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Lot 799 Diamond and multigem Artists palette brooch, pavé set with rose diamonds having demantoid garnet, ruby, sapphire, turquoise and pearl (untested and unwarranted) ‘paint’ spots, with four paint brushes passing through the palette, 3.8cm long, in a Rowland & Frazer case £1000 - £1500 Lot 800 Pair of diamond ear clips, of wing shape, each set with a small brilliant cut, three baguettes and sixteen single cuts, 2cm long £280 - £320

Lot 801 Lot 801 Diamond cluster stickpin, circa 1900, the round head pavé set with twenty-one small old cuts, the head on a screw thread £200 - £250

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Lot 805 Lot 802 Lot 802 Diamond single stone stickpin, the old mine cut brilliant of approximately 0.65 carats; with another stickpin, the short baton set with rose diamonds and pearl terminals (pearls untested and unwarranted), the pearls of approximately 3.8mm diameter, cased £300 - £350

Lot 805 Pair of amethyst and diamond cufflinks, the faceted button like stones with a rose diamond set central cross motif, 7.1g gross £300 - £350

Lot 806

Lot 803 Lot 803 Royal Interest - Pair of cufflinks, the oval panels stamped ‘18ct’, enamelled in blue with crossing letter ‘P’s with a crown above, possibly the cypher for Prince Phillip, 14.7g gross £200 - £250

Lot 806 Pair of jade cufflinks, the oval cabochons approximately 14.5mm long, to a yellow mount stamped ‘14k’, untested and unwarranted for treatment or enhancement, 7.4g gross £100 - £150

Lot 807 Lot 804 Lot 804 Cartier; a pair of cufflinks, the open square fold over end to a baton set with square sapphire cabochon terminals, numbered ‘1079’, ‘Cartier London’, and ‘8986’?, one link inscribed ‘Obbie’ the other ‘Malcolm’, 11.2g gross £600 - £800

Lot 807 Set of three diamond, sapphire and mother-of-pearl dress studs, stamped ‘SJZ’ and ‘18ct Plat’, the square panel set with a sapphire to the centre and a single cut diamond to each corner, with two dress studs, 6.4g gross £150 - £200

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Lot 808

Lot 811

Lot 813

Lot 810 Lot 808 Carved jade pendant, in the form of a peach, to a branch like mount, tagged ‘18k’, on a chain of fancy pierced links, 65cm long, 36g gross, the jade 5.9cm long including the mount £650 - £750

Lot 809

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Lot 809 Pair of single stone diamond ear studs, totalling approximately 1.6 carats £500 - £700 Lot 810 Collection of jade jewellery comprising: a pair of diamond and cultured pearl earrings with a carved jade drop below; a diamond and jade pendant; a diamond and jade pendant, the two jade panels carved as butterflies; a bangle set with five jade cabochons; a jade and diamond ring and a jade spray brooch £700 - £900

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Lot 811 Jungendstil pendant, possibly German or Austrian, the long open work drop with enamel decoration, two paste cabochons and a female mask, on a chain, stamped ‘Sterling’, lacking a drop, original case £300 - £400

Lot 815 Lot 815 Unmarked yellow metal seed pearl and blue enamel snap bangle decorated with a buckle in relief £200 - £300

Lot 812 Lot 812 Unusual silver coloured branch pendant, on a cord necklace, pendant 13cm long £30 - £50 Lot 813 Ethnic turquoise necklace, the twenty-two large round beads to a circular panel with applied wire work and stone to the centre, 51.5cm long overall £120 - £160

Lot 816 Lot 816 Row of reconstituted amber beads, of graduated barrel shape, from 2.3cm long to 3cm long, overall length 49cm, with another row of similar smaller beads, and nine large loose beads, approximately 254g gross £300 - £400

Lot 814 Lot 814 Early 19th Century hinged bangle, the cannetile frontispiece of two butterflies confronting a pearl cluster to the centre, the back piece with a border of pearls, bead and corded decoration, inner diameter 6.3cm, 40g gross, cased £800 - £1000

Lot 817 Lot 817 Graduated row of reconstituted amber beads, the oval beads of approximately 1cm to 2.3cm in length, 63.2g gross £200 - £300

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Lot 820 Lot 820 Three Charles Horner hat pins, each having a silver terminal inset with an amber or amethyst coloured stone, one hallmarked for Chester 1907 and two stamped Sterling, 11.5cm - 17cm long £80 - £120

Lot 818 Lot 818 Large Russian Orthodox Pectoral cross, the figure of Christ to a cross against a larger shaped panel with filigree on a green enamel ground with cabochons of Nephrite to the points, drop below and set to a crown surmount above, on a chain, inscribed in Cyrillic to the reverse which translates as ‘60th Anniversary of re-establishing patriarchy in the Russian Orthodox Church’, cross 15.2cm, long overall £280 - £320

Lot 821 Lot 821 Three Charles Horner hat pins, each having a silver terminal inset with an amber or amethyst coloured stone, two hallmarked for Chester 1913, the other for Chester 1908, 24cm long £120 - £180 Lots 822-823 No Lots

Lot 819 Lot 819 Three Charles Horner hat pins, each having a silver terminal inset with an amber or amethyst coloured stone, two hallmarked for Chester 1910 and one stamped Sterling, 17cm - 27cm long £100 - £150

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Wristwatches & Pocket Watches Lots 824-854 Lot 824 Rolex - Oyster Perpetual Date Superlative Chronometer Officially Certified automatic wristwatch, ref: 15200, in a stainless steel case, having a silver coloured dial with matching hands and hour batons, calendar aperture, polished bezel, serial no: K182056, on a 78350 oyster bracelet, 34mm diameter; Together with original guarantee certificate dated 3/2/02, two Rolex boxes, two booklets, wallet, tag, bezel protector, calendar and Watchworks service card dated 22/8/14 £2500 - £3000 Lot 825 Rolex - Oysterdate Precision manual wind wristwatch ref: 6494, in stainless steel case, white dial with silvered hands and hour batons, ‘roulette’ red and black calendar wheel, no: 392653 (circa 1958), on a Rolex W.A.B. stainless steel Jubilee bracelet with end pieces stamped R.D.874089, 34mm diameter £1500 - £2000 Lot 826 Rolex - Oyster Perpetual stainless steel cased wristwatch, ref: 1005, having a fluted gold bezel and diamond set hour markers to the mother-of-pearl dial, signed “Rolex Superlative Chronometer Officially Certified”, serial no: 3689472, signed gold crown and signed movement, circa 1972, 34mm diameter - on a leather strap £800 - £1200

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Lot 824

Lot 826

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Lot 827 Rolex - Precision 9ct gold cased wristwatch, the gold satin coloured dial with gold hands and hour batons, signed 17 jewel cal 1225 movement, case no: 90237, hallmark London 1971, on an expanding bracelet, 32.5mm diameter £300 - £450

Lot 830

Lot 828 Lot 828 Omega - Speedmaster Mark stainless steel cased automatic chronograph wristwatch, ref: 176.0012, the signed black dial with Tachymeter, English day and date, subsidiary dials at 6, 9, and 12, screw down case back, cal 1034 movement no: 44510752 (circa 1981), on an Omega 1162 stainless steel bracelet, 42mm diameter, with red box and Omega service card dated April 2013 £1200 - £1800

Lot 829 Omega - Seamaster stainless steel cased automatic wristwatch, ref: 166.002, the silvered dial with centre seconds and calendar, gilt hands and hour batons, screw down case back, signed 24 jewel, cal 565 movement no: 24848376 (circa 1966), on a Speidel expanding bracelet, 34mm diameter, together with Omega box, plastic wallet and booklet £150 - £250

140

Lot 830 Omega - Constellation stainless steel cased automatic chronometer wristwatch, ref: 14393 61 sc, the silvered pie-pan dial with cross hairs, calendar, black filled hands and hour batons, screw down case back with gold observatory medallion, the signed 24 jewel, cal 561, movement no: 18311500 (circa 1961), 34mm diameter, on a black strap together with Omega brown ‘coffin’ box with outer box £300 - £450 Lot 831 Movado - Gentleman’s 14k gold cased chronograph, the signed silvered dial with outer blue tachmeter scale and three subsidiary dials, Arabic numerals, blued seconds hand, signed 17 jewel movement, screw down case back numbered A96318 49038, 34.5mm diameter, on a brown leather strap £1000 - £1500 Lot 832 Movado - Gentleman’s stainless steel cased chronograph, the signed black dial with outer red tachymeter scale and three subsidiary dials, luminous Arabic numerals and hands, signed movement, screw down case back numbered 104832 19038, 34.5mm diameter, on a black leather strap £800 - £1000

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Lot 831

Lot 832

Lot 833 International Watch Co - Automatic wristwatch, unmarked gold coloured metal case, the signed cream coloured dial with gilt hands, centre seconds and gilt hour batons, snap on stainless steel back no: 1580420, 21 jewel cal 853 movement no: 1581060 (circa 1961), on a Speidel expanding bracelet, 34mm diameter, together with original International Watch Co red box £200 - £300 Lot 834 Bulova - Accutron Spaceview electronic wristwatch with chapter ring and printed crystal, case back no: 3-159069, on a rally style stainless steel bracelet, 38mm wide £100 - £150 Lot 835 Early 20th Century silver cased Officer’s wristwatch, white dial with subsidiary seconds dial, Arabic numerals with red 12, blued hands, exterior of hinged case back engraved “34”, interior with import marks for London 1909 and no: 300345, 10mm wire lugs on a leather strap, 35mm diameter £180 - £250 Lot 836 Tikkers - The Royal Academy of Art Watch Collection, the five watches after designs by Michael Kenny, Sonia Lawson, Peter Blake, Terry Frost and Sandra Blow, each watch engraved with artists signature no: 153/400 limited Gift Set Edition, boxed with certificate and two booklets, circa 1995 £100 - £150 For colour images of all lots: www.clevedon-salerooms.com

Lot 837 Lot 837 Eterna-Matic - Lady’s Sahida 18ct gold cased automatic wristwatch, the diamond set bezel surrounding a silvered satin dial, gilt hands and hour markers, signed movement no: 4804563, with twenty-one rubies, case back with import marks London 1966, 23.5mm diameter, on a black leather strap £500 - £600

141

Lot 840 Lot 838 Lot 838 Nivada - Lady’s bracelet watch, the case and integral bracelet stamped 14k, the signed square dial with Arabic numerals, the case back numbered 525509, 15 jewel movement, cased £200 - £300

Lot 840 Cartier - Art Deco lady’s yellow and white 18ct gold ‘baguette’ watch head, the off-white dial signed “Cartier France”, Arabic numerals, blued hands, triple scroll ends, back winder to the reverse, stamped with eagle’s head poincon and numbered 20861 29969 35220, also with engraved inscription “M.B. Carstairs, 5 Mulberry Walk, London, SW3 - Love Small-Alfie”, 29mm x 9mm. Together with a French 18ct gold deployment clasp stamped with eagle’s head poincon and numbered 1228 £1000 - £1500

Lot 839 Lot 839 Lady’s diamond bracelet watch, the circular white dial with black hands and Arabic numerals, the bezel set with fourteen brilliant cuts, with eight graduated brilliants and rose cuts to the bracelet, the brilliant cuts totalling approximately 2.2 carats, 13g gross excluding the movement £500 - £700

142

Lot 841 Lot 841 Barthelay - Lady’s stainless steel cased quartz bracelet watch, the mother-of-pearl dial having twelve diamond hour markers, cabochon set crown, back numbered 53803 10236, 21.5mm square £250 - £350

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Lot 842 Durden, 21 Fenchurch Street, London, keyless wind 18ct gold half-hunter pocket watch, white dial with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, blued hands, signed movement numbered 23981, Sheffield 1883, 49mm diameter £350 - £400

Lot 844 Lady’s 18ct gold cased open faced keyless wind fob watch, the white dial with subsidiary seconds and black Roman numerals, the hinged case back with a vacant cartouche within a blue enamel border, number 30191, 34mm diameter, together with original fitted case £250 - £350

Lot 843 Lot 843 Omega - Open face keyless wind 9ct gold pocket watch, white dial with subsidiary seconds dial, Roman numerals, gilt hands, signed 15 jewel movement no: 7886748, dust cover, case no: 529660, hallmarked Birmingham 1932, 48mm diameter £250 - £300

Lot 845 Lot 845 H. Payne & Co - Open faced key wind fob watch, the signed gold coloured dial with black Roman numerals, blued hands and foliate engraved centre, 18k foliate engraved case with interior engraved inscription to “R.A. Jones”, 39mm diameter £200 - £250 Lot 846 Lady’s 9ct gold half-hunter keyless wind fob watch, the white dial with black Roman numerals, import marks for London 1910, 35mm diameter together with a 9ct gold albert, and in a fitted leather case £300 - £450

Lot 844

Lot 847 Key wind open face fob watch, the gold coloured dial with subsidiary seconds, black Roman numerals, pierced black hands, foliate engraved centre, 14k case, movement no: 23692, 38mm diameter together with a long guard stamped ‘9c’, approximately 52mm long £200 - £250

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Lot 848 Lot 848 Job Tripp, Westminster, London - Open faced silver cased key wind pocket watch with a white enamel dial having Roman numerals and blued hands, dust cover and movement signed and numbered “333”, case hallmarked London 1845, 42mm diameter £200 - £250

Lot 850 Lot 850 Open faced keyless wind calendar pocket watch, case stamped, 0.800, Ancre Quantieme Remontior, 15 jewels, pierced gilt hands, enamel dial with maroon Roman numerals, three subsidiary date dials and moon phase aperture with seconds outer ring, 51mm diameter £150 - £250

Lot 849

Lot 851

Lot 849 Samuel Gill - George III pair cased pocket watch, the white dial with black Roman numerals, gilt hands, signed movement no: 1693, inner case hallmarked London 1814, outer case unmarked, 57mm diameter £150 - £200

Lot 851 LeCoultre - Open faced keyless wind pocket watch, slim stainless steel case, signed dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, blued hands, back numbered 63705, signed 18 jewel movement marked “Adj. to Temp. Two Pos”, 44mm diameter £80 - £120

144

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Lots 853-854 No Lots

Coins to include Sovereigns & Other Gold Coinage Lots 855-965 Lot 855 George III Dollar, oval countermark on a Mexico City 8 Reales, 1783 £150 - £250 Lot 856 George III Bank Of England dollar, 1804 £60 - £90

Lot 852

Lot 857 Charles II crown, 1668

Lot 852 Late 19th/early 20th Century electroplate and glass, top wind, desk clock/timepiece by Gorham of New York, thick convex glass front and back, dial with Roman and Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, 7cm diameter £150 - £200

Lot 855

£60 - £90

Lot 858 Edward VI sixpence, Tower Mint Lot 859 William & Mary half-crown, 1689

Lot 856

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£100 - £150

£100 - £150

Lot 857

Lot 859

145

Lot 863

Lot 860 Lot 860 Four English hammered silver coins comprising: Long Cross halfgroat, Two Long Cross pennies and a ‘Short Cross’ penny £100 - £150

Lot 863 George III guinea, 1787

£200 - £300

Lot 861 Lot 861 Collection of fifteen Roman and other ancient coins £80 - £120

Lot 864 Lot 864 George III half-guinea, 1788

£100 - £150

Lot 865 George III guinea, 1774

£100 - £150

Lot 866 George III guinea, 1787

£100 - £150

Lot 867 George III guinea, 1791

£100 - £150

Lot 862 Lot 862 George III guinea, 1788

146

Lot 868 £200 - £300

George III guinea, 1791

£100 - £150

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Lot 872

Lot 869 Lot 869 Victorian sovereign, 1872

Lot 870 £140 - £160

Lot 871 Lot 871 Victorian sovereign, 1874

£140 - £160

Lot 873 Victorian sovereign, 1878

£140 - £160

Lot 874 Victorian sovereign, 1880

£140 - £160

Lot 875 Victorian sovereign, 1881

£140 - £160

Lot 876 Victorian sovereign, 1884

£140 - £160

Lot 877 Victorian sovereign, 1884

£140 - £160

Lot 878 Victorian sovereign, 1887

£140 - £160

Lot 879 Victorian sovereign, 1887

£140 - £160

Lot 880 Victorian sovereign, 1887

£140 - £160

Lot 881 Victorian sovereign, 1887

£140 - £160

Lot 882 Victorian sovereign, 1887

£140 - £160

Lot 883 Victorian sovereign, 1887

£140 - £160

Lot 884 Victorian sovereign, 1887

£140 - £160

£140 - £160

Lot 870 Victorian sovereign, 1873

Lot 872 Victorian sovereign, 1876

£140 - £160

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147

Lot 885 Victorian sovereign, 1889

£140 - £160

Lot 886 Victorian sovereign, 1889

£140 - £160

Lot 887 Victorian sovereign, 1889

£140 - £160

Lot 888 Victorian sovereign, 1889

£140 - £160

Lot 892

Lot 889 Victorian sovereign, 1889

£140 - £160

Lot 892 Victorian sovereign, 1892

Lot 890

Lot 893

Lot 890 Victorian sovereign, 1891

£140 - £160

Lot 893 Victorian sovereign, 1892

Lot 894

Lot 891

148

£140 - £160

Lot 894

Lot 891 Victorian sovereign, 1891

£140 - £160

£140 - £160

Victorian sovereign, 1893

£140 - £60

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Lot 898

Lot 895 Lot 898

Lot 895 Victorian sovereign, 1893

£140 - £160

Lot 899

Lot 896 £140 - £160

Victorian sovereign, 1893

£140 - £160

Lot 900

Lot 897 Lot 900

Lot 897 Victorian sovereign, 1893

£140 - £160

Lot 899

Lot 896 Victorian sovereign, 1893

Victorian sovereign, 1893

£140 - £160

Victorian sovereign, 1894

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£140 - £160

149

Lot 904

Lot 901 Lot 904

Lot 901 Victorian sovereign, 1894

£140 - £160

Lot 905

Lot 902 £140 - £160

Victorian sovereign, 1897

Lot 903

150

£140 - £160

Lot 906

Lot 903 Victorian sovereign, 1895

£140 - £60

Lot 905

Lot 902 Victorian sovereign, 1894

Victorian sovereign, 1896

Lot 906 £140 - £160

Victorian sovereign, 1897

£140 - £160

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Lot 911 Victorian sovereign, 1899

£140 - £160

Lot 912 Victorian sovereign, 1899

£140 - £160

Lot 913 Victorian sovereign, 1899

£140 - £160

Lot 914 Victorian sovereign, 1900

£140 - £160

Lot 915 Victorian sovereign, 1900

£140 - £160

£140 - £160

Lot 916 Victorian sovereign, 1901

£140 - £160

£140 - £160

Lot 917 Victorian half sovereign, 1860

£70 - £80

Lot 918 Victorian half sovereign, 1883

£70 - £80

Lot 907 Lot 907 Victorian sovereign, 1898

Lot 908 Lot 908 Victorian sovereign, 1899

Lot 917

Lot 909 Lot 909 Victorian sovereign, 1899 Lot 910 Victorian sovereign, 1899

£140 - £160

£140 - £160

Lot 919 Lot 919 Victorian half sovereign, 1884

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£70 - £80

151

Lot 920 Victorian half sovereign, 1885

£70 - £80

Lot 921 Lot 921 Victorian half sovereign, 1885

£70 - £80

Lot 922 Victorian half sovereign, 1887

£70 - £80

Lot 928 Victorian half sovereign, 1892

£70 - £80

Lot 929 Victorian half sovereign, 1892

£70 - £80

Lot 930 Victorian half sovereign, 1892

£70 - £80

Lot 931 Victorian half sovereign, 1892

£70 - £80

Lot 932 Victorian half sovereign, 1893

£70 - £80

Lot 933 Victorian half sovereign, 1893

£70 - £80

Lot 934 Victorian half sovereign, 1893

£70 - £80

Lot 935 Victorian half sovereign, 1893

£70 - £80

Lot 936 Victorian half sovereign, 1894

£70 - £80

Lot 937 Victorian half sovereign, 1894

£70 - £80

Lot 938 Victorian half sovereign, 1895

£70 - £80

Lot 939 Victorian half sovereign, 1896

£70 - £80

Lot 923 Lot 923 Victorian half sovereign, 1887

£70 - £80

Lot 940 Victorian half sovereign, 1896

£70 - £80

Lot 924 Victorian half sovereign, 1887

£70 - £80

Lot 941 Victorian half sovereign, 1897

£70 - £80

Lot 925 Victorian half sovereign, 1887

£70 - £80

Lot 942 Victorian half sovereign, 1897

£70 - £80

Lot 926 Victorian half sovereign, 1887

£70 - £80

Lot 943 Victorian half sovereign, 1897

£70 - £80

Lot 927 Victorian half sovereign, 1887

£70 - £80

Lot 944 Victorian half sovereign, 1897

£70 - £80

152

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Lot 945 Victorian half sovereign, 1898

£70 - £80

Lot 956 Victorian half sovereign, 1900

£70 - £80

Lot 946 Victorian half sovereign, 1898

£70 - £80

Lot 957 Victorian half sovereign, 1900

£70 - £80

Lot 947 Victorian half sovereign, 1898

£70 - £80

Lot 958 Victorian half sovereign, 1900

£70 - £80

Lot 948 Victorian half sovereign, 1898

£70 - £80

Lot 959 Victorian half sovereign, 1900

£70 - £80

Lot 949 Victorian half sovereign, 1898

£70 - £80

Lot 960 Victorian half sovereign, 1900

£70 - £80

Lot 950 Victorian half sovereign, 1898

£70 - £80

Lot 961 Victorian half sovereign, 1900

£70 - £80

Lot 951 Victorian half sovereign, 1899

£70 - £80

Lot 962 Victorian half sovereign, 1900

£70 - £80

Lot 963 Victorian half sovereign, 1900

£70 - £80

Lot 964 Victorian half sovereign, 1901

£70 - £80

Lot 965 Victorian half sovereign, 1901

£70 - £80

Lot 952 Victorian half sovereign, 1899 Lot 953 Victorian half sovereign, 1899 Lot 954 Victorian half sovereign, 1899 Lot 955 Victorian half sovereign, 1899

£70 - £80

£70 - £80

£70 - £80

£70 - £80

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Index of Artists Artist

Lot no.

Artist

Lot no.

Arnegger, Alois

132

Asprey, Algernon

189

167, 174, 214

Backhouse, James E.

173

Bale, Edwin

116

English School, Late 18th/early 19th Century 161

Beauvais, Walter John

188

Bensa, Ernesto

129, 130

Beresford, Frank Ernest

110, 111

Boultbee, John - After

181

Boyd, Margaret

190

Bradley, Basil

115

Brangwyn R.A, Sir Frank

128

Braque, George – Manner of

202

Burgess, Steve

183

Butler, Mildred A. – Manner of

201

Carelli, Conrad

126

Chambers, Horace

199

Cherrington, K.

179

Clare, Vincent

100

Continental School, 19th Century

114

Cook, William

121

Costa, C. da

125

Cotman, J.S. – Manner of

108

Crooke, Ray

English School, 19th Century

127, 148,

English School, 20th Century

151

Erskine, Lucy

186

Feiler, Paul

134

Ferrier, George Straton

119

Fielding, A.V. Copley – Manner of

138

Flint, Sir William Russell – After

208, 209, 210

Gillmor, Robert

187

Glindoni, Henry Gillard

211

Goff, Frederick

99

Goodall R.A, Frederick – Attributed to

122

Greiffenhagen, Maurice

157

Grisdale, Miss

159

Hamilton, Hugh Douglas – Attributed to

106

Hampson Jones, T

120

Hanft, Willy

205

Harris, Herbert H.

162

Hart, Thomas

175

Hayter, Sir George – Attributed to

141

196

Henry, Paul – Follower of

155

Darwin, Robin

172

Hollyer, Frederick – After Burne-Jones

176

Dashwood, George Frederick

135

Homeshaw, Arthur

Davis, H.B.

133

Hopkins, William – After

184

Devis, Anthony – Manner of

204

Hughes, Arthur Foord

178

Doyle, Richard – Follower of

180

Hughes, William

124

Dunston, Bernard

136

Hulk Snr, Abraham

102

Durer, Albrecht - After

225

Ince, J.M.

Ellis, Tristram

165

Jamieson, Francis E.

133

Elsley, Arthur J. – Follower of

109

Johnston, Alexander

103

154

192, 193, 194

213, 218

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Index of Artists Artist

Lot no.

Artist

Lot no.

Jones, Richard – Attributed to

149

Spencer, Sir Stanley – Attributed to

212

Kirk, Joel

182

Stannard, Eloise H.

104

Knell, William Adolphus

215

Stannard, Theresa

197

L’Aubiniere, Georgina M de

169

Stretton, Philip

170

Lancaster, Percy

217

Swiss School, 19th Century

207

Lauder, Charles James

131

Syer, John

Lucas, Albert Durer

107, 139, 154, 166

105, 113

Talboys, Agnes Augusta

177

Lynch, James F.

195

Varley, John – Attributed to

171

Maggs, John Charles

117

Wain, Louis – After

200

Marillier, C.B.

153

Watson, Charles John

164

Webster, Thomas

142

Morden, Robert

221, 222

Oyston, George

168

White, Archie

219

Parker, Henry H.

206

Widgery, Frederick John

118

Parton, Ernest

146

Willis, Henry Brittan

101

Pike, Sidney

112

Pinwell, George

143

Pollitt, Albert

198

Prince Charles, HRH

158

Richmond RA, George – Attributed to

140

Roberts, David

220

Roden, William Thomas

150

Round, O.S.

137

Sayers, Reuben

147

Seutter, Matthieu

223

Shalders R.I., George

216

Sheffield, George

203

Shipsides, Frank

191

Sickert, Walter – Attributed to

144, 145

Sisley, Alfred – Manner of

156

Slater, John Atwood

185

Slater, Joseph W.

160

Sommerville, Alexander A.

163

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CONDITIONS OF SALE The Auctioneers acts only as agent for the Seller (unless otherwise specifically declared). Accordingly Sellers are not paid until payment is received from the Buyer, nor is the Auctioneer necessarily in a position to know the history or of asses the quality of lots sold on behalf of these principals. In addition, lots sold are likely to have been subject to wear and tear caused by user or the effects of age and may therefore have faults and imperfections. No faults or imperfections are mentioned in the catalogue descriptions. Condition reports are available on request. Buyers are given ample opportunity at viewing times to examine lots to be sold and will be assumed to have done so. They must rely solely on their own skill or judgment as to whether lots are fit for any particular purpose, and as to compliance with the catalogue description or illustrations – see Condition 6. 1. BIDS All bids made shall be treated as offers made upon these Conditions of Sale and all persons present are admitted to attend a sale on the basis that they have notice of these Conditions. 2. ASCERTAINMENT OF THE BUYER The Buyer shall be the person making the highest bid which is acceptable to the Auctioneer as signified by fall of the hammer. In the case of a dispute as to the highest bidder during or immediately after the sale of the lot, the Auctioneer may if he thinks fit put up the lot again for sale. Unless the Auctioneer has previously acknowledged in writing that the Bidder bids as agent on behalf of a named principal, every Bidder shall be taken to bid on his own behalf as principal. If the Auctioneer has earlier acknowledged in writing that the Bidder bids as agent on behalf of a named principal, the Bidder warrants that he has the authority of his principal to make each bid he makes. 3. AUCTIONEER’S DISCRETION The Auctioneer has sole discretion (a) to refuse any bid; (b) to advance the bidding as he may decide’ (c) to decide whether there has been a dispute as to the bidding and under Condition 2 to resell the lot in question; (d) to withdraw, or divide any lot or combine one lot with another or others; and (e) to exclude any person from the auction room. 4. RESERVES Lots put up for sale are subject (a) to any reserve price imposed by the Seller; and (b) the right of the Auctioneer to bid on behalf of the Seller. 5. BUYER’S DUTIES The Buyer shall forthwith or as soon as reasonably possible after the sale of the relevant lot (a) supply his name and address; (b) shall when required pay in cash a deposit of 25 per cent or such further sum as the Auctioneer may demand; (c) supply, if so required, bank or other suitable references; (d) pay the full purchase price in a way acceptable to the Auctioneer; and (e) on proof of payment clear the lots purchased by him not later then the end of normal working hours during the day of the sale; (f) the Buyers shall remove their lots at their own expense immediately after Sale. To prevent inaccuracy in delivery and inconvenience in the settlement of purchases, no lots can be removed during the time of sale without the express consent of the Auctioneers; (g) if any person purchases two or more lots the prices of all must be paid before the delivery of any, and no transfer of any purchase will be recognised by the Auctioneers. 6. LIABILITY OF THE AUCTIONEER AND SELLERS Subject to Condition 8 (a) lots are sold with all faults and imperfections and neither the Seller nor the Auctioneer is responsible for any defects whatsoever; (b) no warranty is given or authorised to be given by the Seller or the Auctioneer with regard to any lot other than that the Seller had the right to sell it; (c) any express or implied conditions or warranties whether relating to descriptions or quality. Are hereby excluded; (d) any damage by the removal of any lots to be made good by the purchaser. Such damage to be assessed by the Auctioneers and to be paid for accordingly. Every person whilst upon the premises before, during or after the sale, shall be deemed to be there at his or her own risk, and with notice of the condition of the premises and effects, and the Auctioneers accept no responsibility for accident or damage from any cause to persons or their property whilst upon the premises. 7. CATALOGUE DESCRIPTIONS The Auctioneer undertakes that care has been taken to see that catalogue descriptions are accurate and reliable but these are necessarily matters of opinion and shall not be taken to be statements of fact. No faults or imperfections are mentioned in the catalogue descriptions. Condition reports are available on request. Subject to Condition 8, neither the Seller not the Auctioneer are responsible for the correctness of any description of any lot or its attribution in any manner to any particular originator. 8. FORGERIES Notwithstanding Condition 6 and 7, if the Auctioneer receives in writing from the Buyer within 7 days of the sale that in his opinion a lot is a forgery (as defined in Condition 11) and on giving such notification the lot in question is returned to the Auctioneer at his working premises in the same condition as when bought, then if on considering such evidence as the Buyer supplies to prove his assertion, the Auctioneer decides that the lot is a forgery the sale of the lot will be rescinded and the purchase price repaid to the Buyer. i

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The only entitlement of the buyer under this condition is to the refund as described in this condition. The refund shall not extend to any other loss suffered by the buyer as a result of the lot being a forgery (including but not limited to profits). Clevedon Salerooms shall have no other responsibility to the buyer. Only the buyer may claim under condition 8. The right to make such a claim does not pass to any third party to whom the buyer may have transferred the lot.

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9. PROPERTY IN LOTS AND RISK The Buyer shall not become the owner of any lot, and the Auctioneer shall have a lien thereon, until the Buyer has discharged the purchase price, but after the fall of the hammer the risk of damage or loss shall nevertheless by the Buyer’s. 10. REMEDIES FOR NON-PAYMENT OR FAILURE TO COLLECT PURCHASES If any lot is not paid in full and taken away in accordance with these Conditions or if there is any other breach of these Conditions, we as agent for the seller shall at our absolute discretion and without prejudice to any other rights we may have, be entitled to exercise all or any of the following rights and remedies: i ii iii

to proceed against you for damages for breach of contract; to rescind the sale of that Lot and/or any other Lots sold by us to you; to resell the Lot (by auction or private treaty) in which case you shall be responsible for any resulting deficiency in the total amount due (after crediting any part payment and adding any resale costs). iv Any surplus so arising shall belong to the seller; v to remove, store and insure the Lot at your expense and in the case of storage, either at the premises or elsewhere; vi to charge interest at a rate not exceeding 1.5% per month on the total amount due to the extent it remains unpaid for more than 3 working days after the sale; vii to retain that or any other Lot sold to you until you pay the total amount due; viii to reject or ignore bids from you or your agent at future auctions or impose conditions before any such bids shall be accepted; ix to apply any proceeds of sale of other lots due or in future becoming due to you towards the settlement of the total amount due and to exercise a lien on any of your property in our possession for any purpose. 11. DEFINITIONS AND INTERPRETATION In these Conditions (a) References to ‘the Auctioneer’ shall be taken to mean, as the context so admits, the firm of Clevedon Salerooms, The Auction Centre, Kenn Road, Kenn, Clevedon, North Somerset, BS21 6TT or any partner or employee thereof at the time of the sale; (b) ‘Buyer’ shall have the meaning ascribed to it in Condition 2 and for the purpose of these conditions all Buyers shall be deemed to be principal; (c) ‘Forgery’ means a lot (i) which is so constituted as deliberately to deceive when considered in the light of its catalogue description and (ii) whose value as such is materially less than if it had complied with the catalogue description; (d) The Interpretation Act 1978 shall apply to the general construction of terms and expressions used in these Conditions as if contained in a statute and these Conditions shall be governed by English Law. 12. LAW AND JURISDICTION These conditions shall be governed by, and construed in accordance with English law. Clevedon Salerooms, all buyers and all vendors submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts. 13. BUYER’S PREMIUM Except in respect of ‘special category items’, the buyer shall pay to Clevedon Salerooms a premium of 20 per cent plus VAT on the ‘hammer price’ and agrees that Clevedon Salerooms when acting as agent for the Seller, may also receive commission from the Seller. Lots purchased online with ATG media will attract an additional charge for this service in the sum of 3% of the hammer price plus VAT. In completing the bidder registration on www.the-saleroom.com and providing your credit card details and unless alternative arrangements are agreed with Clevedon Salerooms you: i ii

Authorise Clevedon Salerooms, if they so wish, to charge the credit card given in part or full payment, including all fees, for items successfully purchased in the sale via the-saleroom.com, and Confirm that you are authorised to provide these credit card details to Clevedon Salerooms through www.thesaleroom.com and agree that Clevedon Salerooms are entitled to ship the goods to the card holder name and card holder address provided at the cardholders expense in the fulfilment of the sale.

14. PHOTOGRAPHS AND ILLUSTRATIONS The buyer gives Clevedon Salerooms the absolute right to use its photographs and illustrations of Lots at any time at Clevedon Salerooms’ absolute discretion (whether or not in conjunction with the auction) 15. EXPLANATION OF PICTURE CATALOGUING TERMS Clevedon Salerooms endeavour to ensure that any statement as to attribution, origin, date, age and provenance is reliable and accurate but all such statements are statements of opinion only and are not too be taken as statements or representations of fact. i ii iii iv v vi

Nicholas Pocock. In our opinion a work by the artist. Attributed to Nicholas Pocock. In our opinion probably a work by the artist but less certainty as to the authorship is expressed than in the preceding category. Manner of Nicholas Pocock. In our opinion a work in the style of the artist and of a later date. After Nicholas Pocock. In our opinion a copy of a known work of the artist. The term signed and/or dated means that in our opinion the signature and/or date are from the hand of the artist. The term bears signature and/or date means that in our opinion the signature and/or date have been added by another hand.

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16. ARTIST RE-SALE RIGHT Living artists and the descendants of artists deceased within the last 70 years are entitled to receive a re-sale royalty each time their work is bought or sold by an art market professional (since February 2006). Any work selling for 1,000 euros or more is subject to an additional charge as laid out below. This charge is payable by the buyer on any eligible lots based on the hammer price. Lots that may incur this charge will be announced from the rostrum and will be denoted in the catalogue by AR. (For full details of The Artists Resale Right Regulations 2006 see Statutory Instrument 2006 No. 346). The total amount of royalty payable on the sale shall not in any event exceed 12,500 euro.

Portion of the Sale price

Percentage amount

1,000 to 50,000 euro

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From 50,000.01 to 200.000 euro

3%

From 200,000.01 to 350.000 euro

1%

From 350.000.01 to 500,000 euro

0.5%

Exceeding 500,000 euro

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17. PACKING & DISPATCH Clevedon Salerooms no longer undertake this service and will not pack items for collection by couriers etc. As an alternative we are pleased to recommend our local Bristol branch of Mailboxes, contact Tel: 0117 929 7643. For larger items such as furniture we recommend Alban Shipping, contact Andrew Jackman Tel: 01582 493099. Lots will not be released until the account has been settled in full. 18. ONLINE BIDDING Clevedon Salerooms offer an online bidding service via the-saleoom.com for bidders who cannot attend the sale. In completing the bidder registration on www.the-saleroom.com and providing your credit card details and unless alternative arrangements are agreed with Clevedon Salerooms you: authorise Clevedon Salerooms, if they so wish, to charge the credit card given in part or full payment, including all fees, for items successfully purchased in the auction via the-saleroom.com Please note that any lots purchased via the-saleroom.com live auction service will be subject to an additional 3% commission charge + VAT at the rate imposed on the hammer price. 19. TRADE & EXPORT OF RESTRICTED GOODS – CITES REGULATIONS It is the responsibility of purchasers to comply with the latest import/export regulations required for their purchases and also to obtain the relevant import/export licences. Obtaining such licences can be a lengthy process but neither a delay or refusal of a license will be grounds for the rescission of a sale or for a delay in making payment. Clevedon Salerooms do not undertake such applications on behalf of successful bidders. Certain items may be subject to CITES regulations when exporting outside of the EU. The regulations can be found on the DEFRA website and compliance with the regulations regarding exportation is the sole responsibility of the purchaser. Items that may require permits include, but are not limited to ivory, tortoiseshell, crocodile skin, rhinoceros horn, whalebone, certain types of coral & Brazilian rosewood. 20. CLOCKS, WATCHES & MECHANICAL ITEMS All such items are sold with no guarantee. We are happy to comment on the physical condition and appearance of the above items but we do not comment on the state of the movement or workings. If asked whether a clock or watch works when wound, an affirmative response does not imply any warranty that the piece is in working condition. Purchasers of Rolex Watches should be aware that US Customs do not allow the shipping of Rolex in to the country and can only be imported personally. Other countries may have their own restrictions and potential purchasers should check with the relevant authorities prior to bidding. 21. JEWELLERY & GEMSTONES Purchasers are advised that whilst great care has been taken in the examination of gemstones, it is not possible to test every gemstone in multi-gemstone lots. Coloured Gemstones Historically, many coloured gemstones have been subjected to a variety of treatments designed to enhance their appearance. Certain enhancement methods, such as heating, are routinely used to improve colour or transparency in rubies and sapphires. Other methods, such as oiling, enhance the clarity of emeralds. The International jewellery trade has generally accepted these methods. Other coloured gemstones may have undergone other permanent or semi-permanent treatments, such as dyeing, irradiation, coating and impregnation, possibly requiring further re-treatment in order to retain their appearance. Prospective purchasers should assume that all gemstones will have been treated unless statements are made to the contrary. Gemmological reports from internationally recognised Gemmological Laboratories will be noted in the item description where available. Diamonds Any opinion as to diamond colour and clarity, as mounts and settings allow, are our opinion only but Clevedon Salerooms cannot be held responsible for contrary outcome should they be subsequently submitted for certification. Pearls All pearls should be regarded as untested and unwarranted unless stated otherwise.

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Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers

Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers

Invitation to consign:

Regular Sales of Antiques, Interiors, Collectables & Jewellery

The

Bristol Sale Thursday 4th June

Frank Shipsides – Oil on Canvas

Sold for £3,000 A collection of Bristol and surrounding area related fine & decorative arts, objects and historical ephemera. If you have Bristol related items that you may be thinking of selling why not attend one of our FREE VALUATION DAYS (see web site for dates) or email images to: [email protected] Closing date for entries 6th May. To speak to a Valuer tel: 01934 830111

Clevedon Salerooms Limited is Registered in England & Wales Company Registration number: 05786037 Registered Office: The Auction Centre, Kenn Road, Kenn, Clevedon, Bristol, BS21 6TT Tel: 01934 830111

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600-800 lots on average Parking for 200 cars Catering with picnic area Email ‘Auction Alerts’ Printed & online catalogues On view the day before 10am-7.30pm

Forthcoming dates 26 16 30 14

March April April May

Clevedon Salerooms Limited is Registered in England & Wales Company Registration number: 05786037 Registered Office: The Auction Centre, Kenn Road, Kenn, Clevedon, Bristol, BS21 6TT Tel: 01934 830111

Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers

Clevedon Salerooms Thursday 12th March 2015

Lot 426

Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers

The Auction Centre, Kenn Road, Kenn, Clevedon, Bristol BS21 6TT Tel: 01934 830111 Images of every lot at: www.clevedon-salerooms.com

Quarterly Specialist Sale of Antiques, Fine Art & Collectors’ Items Thursday 12th March 2015 at 10.30am