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Fine Art & Antiques

Tuesday 11th July 2006, 10:30 am

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Books 1 - 16
Ceramics 25 - 86
Glassware 90 - 96
Jewellery 105 - 139
Objet D’art 145 - 179
Stevengraphs 180 - 196
 
Silver & Plated Wares 200 - 275
Metalware 280 - 288
Prints & Engravings 295 - 315
Watercolours 320 - 339
Oil Paintings 345 - 366
Clocks & Barometers 370 - 387
Furniture 390 - 494


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Books
1 Nicholas Culpeper, “The Complete Herbal”, published Thomas Kelly, 17 Paternoster Row, 1857, with engraved frontispiece and twenty hand-coloured plates. £60-100 £65
2 John Bunyan, “The Pilgrim’s Progress”, published Cassell, Petter and Galpin with illustrations by H.C. Selous and M. Paolo Priolo. £30-50 £12
3 Edwin Arnold, “The Light of Asia”, published Trübner & Co., Ludgate Hill, 1879. £60-100  
4 A Philips Wilson, “A Treatise on Febrile Diseases”, printed J.A. Robbins 1803. £30-50 £12
5 R. James, “Pharmacopaeia Universalis: or a New English Dispensatory”, printed J. Hodges, 1752, 758 pages and index. £100-200  
6 Thomas John Graham, “Modern Domestic Medicine”, published Simpkin & Marshall and others, 1829, 614 pages. £200-300  
7 Shakespeare, “The Works of Shakspeare” published Sherwood, Jones & Co., illustrated by W. Harvey. £30-50 £10
8 John Fox, “Acts and Monuments of Matters”, Volume I, with edition, published for Stationers Company 1684, with two fold-out plates, 895 pages and John Fox, “The Third Volume of the Ecclesiastical History ...”, printed for the Company of Stationers, 1684, 956 pages and table. £300-500 £380
9 Lawrence Echard, “The History of England” third edition, printed for Jacob Tonson, 1720, 1150 pages and index. £300-500  
10 “The Works of H.G. Wells”, Atlantic Edition, published T. Fisher Unwin Ltd., 1924, twenty-eight Volumes, Volume One, limited edition number 170 of 620, signed by the author. £300-400 £800
11 “The Inventory of the Contents of Icklingham Hall, Bury St Edmonds, Suffolk” - As Carried Out By Law, Foulsham & Cole, 1926, for Major John Frederick Edward Bowring and another from the same property, by the same valuers - on Behalf of Mrs Mary Georgina Francis Bowring, (2). £100-150 £100
12 Arthur G. Butler, “British Birds with their Nests and Eggs”, six Volumes, illustrated by F.W. Frohawk, published Brumby & Clarke. £140-180 £120
13 Charles Simpson, “Leicestershire and It’s Hunts”, with illustrations, published John Lane, Bodley Head Ltd. 1926. £80-120  
14 Charles Simpson, “The Harboro’ Country”, with illustrations, published John Lane, Bodley Head, 1927. £70-100  
15 Captain Pennell-Elmhirst, “The Best Season on Record”, published George Routledge & Sons 1885 and “The Cream of Leicestershire”, published George Routledge & Sons 1883, (2). £80-120  
16 Colin D.B. Ellis, “Leicestershire - The Quorn Hunt”, published Edgar Backus 1951 and four other hunting books, (5). £50-70 £50
Ceramics
25 Pair of 19th Century Japanese Imari Bottle Vases, each decorated with flowers and leaves in the traditional palette and on a circular base, 25cms, (10”). £80-120 £80
26 Set of five Minton Pottery Plates, each with gilt border and painted with a bird and nest, on an apple-green ground, impressed mark, date mark circa 1873, 24cms, (9½”). £100-150 £90
27 Clews Pottery Water Jug, transfer decorated with vases of flowers and leafy scrolls, shaped handle and on circular base, marked, 19cms, (7½”). £40-60 £60
28 Pair of 18th Century famille rose octagonal Plates, each with scrolled border, within a band, decorated with insects and flower sprays, the centre decorated with an exotic bird, peonies and leaves in enamels, unmarked, 22cms, (8½”). £200-300 £180
29 Large 19th Century Japanese Imari Bottle Vase, cylindrical neck, with cobalt blue ground collar, decorated with leafy scrolls, above four cartouches, two decorated with musicians and two decorated with vases of flowers, on a ground, decorated with exotic birds, flowers and leaves, in iron red, cobalt blue and gilt, eight character mark, 58cms, (23”). £900-1200 £2000
30 19th Century Continental porcelain flared Vase and Stand, with gilt and cobalt colour, above a rectangular panel, painted with Summer flowers, above a band of palmettes and stylised flowers and on a circular stand, unmarked, 17cms, (7”). REVISED ESTIMATE £400-600 £130
31 Royal Worcester Ewer, with gilt handle, painted with convolvulus and other flowers, with gilt outlines, on a circular base, marked, pattern number 1041, date mark for 1923, 15cms, (10”). £200-300 £170
32 Royal Worcester Vase with flared neck, with gilt rim, above twin pierced handles, decorated with gilt flowers and on a lobed square base, marked, pattern number 952, date mark for 1888, 42cms, (16½”). £200-300 £160
33 Royal Worcester Figure of a female Greek water carrier, carrying a vase on her head and wearing a toga with gilt highlights, on a circular base, marked, pattern number 125, date mark for 1905, 24cms, (9½”). £100-150 £120
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Viewing Category Lots
 
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View All Sections 1 - 494
Books 1 - 16
Ceramics 25 - 86
Glassware 90 - 96
Jewellery 105 - 139
Objet D’art 145 - 179
Stevengraphs 180 - 196
 
Silver & Plated Wares 200 - 275
Metalware 280 - 288
Prints & Engravings 295 - 315
Watercolours 320 - 339
Oil Paintings 345 - 366
Clocks & Barometers 370 - 387
Furniture 390 - 494

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