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Fine Art & Antiques

Tuesday 13th August 2002, 12:00 am

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No.
Description Estimate Hammer
Price
1 Lord Chesterfield's Advice to his Son on Men and Manners, one leather bound volume, published 1803. £20-40 £20
2 H.P. Shapland, "The Practical Decoration of Furniture", vols I and III only, both presentation signed by the author, published Ernst Bern 1926. £50-80 £45
3 Jorrocks' Jaunts and Jollities, by R.S. Surtees, illustrations after Alken, Folio Society, volume and four other similar volumes, (5). £40-60 £52
4 The World in Miniature, by Nicholas Hamel, published 1820, one leather bound volume, "The History of Rome", by Edward Baldwin, published 1835 and five other Books, (7). £20-40 £36
5 The Works of Pope, in four volumes, "Bacon's Essays", published in 1824 and "The Kreugser Sonata", by Tolstoy, (6). £30-50 £28
6 The Works of Philip Massinger, in two leather bound volumes, printed for T. Davies, 1741. £40-60 £32
7 The History of the French Revolution, by Christopher Kelly with maps and engravings, two volumes, published by Thomas Kelly, 1818. £40-60 £62
8 The Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte, by M de Bourrienne, in two volumes, published 1836. £60-100 £50
9 Bailey's English Dictionary, published 1735 and "Ainsworth's Dictionary of English and Latin", published 1740. £20-40 £16
10 The Works of Homer, revised and corrected by William Henry Melmoth, published Alexander Hogg. £20-40 £42
11 Homer's "Iliad", in two volumes, in Latin and Greek, edited by Samuel Clarke, 1779 and two similar, published 1840. £20-40 £22
12 Villanuova's, Italian/French Dictionary in two volumes and published 1796. £20-40 £38
13 The Diamond Gazetteer of Great Britain and Ireland, published 1833. £20-40 £25
14 English Housewifery - Cookery, by Elizabeth Motson, in one leather bound volume, published 1808. £50-70 £75
16 Meissen Figure of a gallant with a telescope, wearing a tricorn, pink topcoat and striped trousers, on a base with gilt scrolls, marked, 19cms, (8"), (restored). £100-150 £80
17 Pair of 19th Century Meissen twin branch Wall Lights, of cartouche shape, with scroll and shell rim, each hand-painted with a courting scene, above a putto holding flowers, the twin branches encrusted with flowers and leaves and with acanthus sconces, crossed swords mark, 38cms, (15") £300-500 £1500
18 Continental Pottery Vase of oval form, each end supported by a putto holding a rope, on an oval base encrusted with flowers and with Greek key pattern border, 23cms, (9"). £40-50 £28
19 Sitzendorf Figure of a girl in a feathered bonnet, wearing a floral dress and holding purse, on a rocky plinth and open scrolled base, 20cms, (8"). £40-60 £45
20 Vienna Porcelain circular Tray with scrolled handles, the centre printed with a courting scene within a cobalt blue and gilt enamelled border, 34cms, (13"). £80-100 £95
21 Victorian porcelain profile Bust of a gentlemen with brown hair, winged collar and black top coat, contained within a yew wood frame, 18cms x 16cms (7" x 6"). £100-120 £90
22 Pair of Sitzendorf Figures, the girl wearing a scarf, holding a tambourine, wearing a floral dress and with a lamb by her side, the male dancing and also with a lamb, each on a circular base, 12cms,(4. 75"). £100-150 £100
23 Pair of Sitzendorf Figure groups, each of a female flower seller and courtier, wearing floral jacket and patterned trousers, on a leaf encrusted open scrolled gilt base, 12cms, (4.75"). £250-350 £200
24 Large Royal Doulton baluster Vase of toned blue ground, moulded with cartouches of stylised flowers and with gilt metal mount to the base, 48cms, (19"). £200-300 £230
25 19th Century Meissen Figure "The Welsh Tailor" on a rectangular base, cross swords mark, incised mark 111, impressed mark 65 and painted mark 88, 23cms, (9"). See illustration. £300-500 £900
26 Pair of early 19th Century Meissen Sweetmeat Bowls, each with pierced borders and twin handles and supported by a pair of putti, each with floral riband on a rocky base encrusted with flowers, cross swords mark, scratch mark A59 and painted mark 9, 26cms, (10"). £200-300 £1050
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