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No.
Description Estimate
Ceramics & Glass
500 An enamelled earthenware musicians spill vase group, Staffordshire, circa 1820, cornucopia-like flute, flanked by harpist and drummer, the base modelled with a waterfall and sheep, substantial restoration, 20cm. £300-500
501 A Pearl glazed earthenware bocage group of Dandies, Staffordshire, circa 1820, both figures carrying a basket, restored, 17.5cm. £400-600
502 A Pearl glazed earthenware bocage group of Dandies, Staffordshire, circa 1820, both figures carrying a basket, restored, 18cm, restored. £400-600
503 A Pearl glazed earthenware bocage group of Dandies, Staffordshire, circa 1820, bocage over encrusted base, damaged, 21cm. £300-500
504 A Pearl glazed earthenware Dandies group, he with a basket, she with a parasol, square base, restored, 18cm. £300-500
505 A Pearl glazed earthenware bocage group of Dandies, both with baskets, heavily restored, 18cm. £250-350
506 A Walton type earthenware bocage group, 'The Flight to Egypt', late 18th century, some remodelling and substantial losses, 19.5cm £300-500
507 A Pratt type earthenware clock group money box, incised J. Emery, Mexbro, South Yorkshire, circa 1840, the money box in the form of a long case clock, flanked by a man and woman with two dogs, 23cm, restored and damaged. According to John and Griselda Lewis, James Emery's Pottery was close by Mexborough Old Pottery, 6 miles north of Rotherham. See John and Griselda Lewis, Pratt Ware, 1993, page 80-81. £250-350
508 A Prattware Toby jug, Yorkshire type, 1800-1820, with caryatid handle, modelled with bottle and glass, close modelled to the rotund body, chipped, 20.5cm. £200-300
509 A Prattware Toby jug, Yorkshire 1800-1820, plain handle (remodelled), extensively restored, 20.5cm. £200-300
510 A Staffordshire sailor Toby jug, probably Wood and Calwell, circa 1805, the figure seated on a chair over a seaman's chest, holding a jug and glass, restored, 30cm. £400-600
511 A Ralph Wood type Toby jug, Staffordshire, probably late 18th century, a slender figure seated, holding a jug and pipe, restored, 25.5cm £400-600
512 A large Prattware tea caddy, circa 1790, shouldered and fluted form, profile portraits frame by beading, chipped and restored, 17cm. £200-300
513 A Prattware flask, The Duke of York and Royal Sufferers, 1790s, designed with the Duke of York in profile, and the ill-fated French Royal Family, restored neck, 12cm. £200-300
514 A Prattware circular portrait plaque, The Prince Regent, circa 1810, the background delicately painted with flowers, pierced for suspension, diameter 15cm. £400-600
515 A Prattware cow in a landscape oval plaque, incised Edward Hawthorn, 1825, moulded and beaded surround, 16.5cm x 19.5cm, restored. £200-300
516 An earthenware cow in a landscape oval plaque, circa 1820, beaded and moulded surround, slight damage, 16.5cm x 19.5cm. £100-150
517 A Pratt type cow and milkmaid creamer, circa 1800-1820, dappled in black and ox blood red, rectangular platform, restored, 15cm. £200-300
518 A Pratt type cow and milkmaid creamer, North-East region, 1800-1820, sponge decoration in brown and reddish pink, flat stand with a projection for the milkmaid, modelled with pail, and hobbled hind legs, chipped, 14cm. £300-500
519 A Creamware type cow and milkmaid creamer, probably Yorkshire, 1800-1820, sponged in black, and with burnt ochre patched, reeded edged rectangular platform with canted corners, 15cm. £300-500
520 A Pearlware type cow creamer, circa 1800, mottled black, moulded and domed lozenge-shape platform, washed green, firing crack and replaced cover, 11cm. Provenance: The Boothman Smallwood Collection. £300-500
521 A Creamware cow creamer, probably Yorkshire, circa 1800, sponge decoration in blue, and with iron-red flecks, lightly fluted rectangular platform, modelled with a calf feeding, restored, 12cm. £300-500
522 A Prattware cow creamer, attributed to St. Anthony Pottery, Newcastle, circa 1810, with blue-black sponging, incurved green wash flat stand, restored, 12.5cm. £300-500
523 A small Creamware type cow creamer, Staffordshire or Yorkshire, mottled blue with ochre patches, rectangular base modelled with a calf, restored, 12cm. £200-300
524 An earthenware polka dot cow creamer, probably Staffordshire, circa 1800, model with a calf, the lid replaced or extensively restored, 15cm. £150-200
525 A small Staffordshire Creamware type cow creamer, probably Yorkshire, circa 1800, rectangular platform with a carved, chipped lid, and restored, 11cm; and another Creamware type cow creamer, oval platform with a calf, 11cm, (2). £300-500
526 A Creamware type cow and milkmaid creamer, North-East region, 1800-1820, sponged decoration in grey, black and burnt orange, flat stand with projection for milkmaid, unusually modelled with a pail, and with the hind legs of the cow hobbled, restored, 14cm. £300-500
527 A Pratt type cow and milkmaid creamer, perhaps North-East region, 1800-1820, red and black sponged, flat stand with a projection for the milkmaid and usually modelled with a pail, and the hind legs hobbled, restored, 14cm. £300-500
528 A Prattware type cow and milkmaid creamer, North-East region, 1800-1820, sponged decoration in grey-black and ochre, shaped flat stand, washed in green restored, 13cm. £300-500
529 A Prattware, ram and shepherdess group, Yorkshire 1800-1820, the shepherdess tipping her hat and carrying a basket, model with lambs and a crook, restored, 15cm. £300-500
530 A Prattware type cow and milkmaid creamer, circa 1790, dappled in manganese and ochre rectangular platform with canted corners, 15cm. £300-500
531 A Prattware, cow, calf and gardener group, Yorkshire, 1800-1820, the doleful gardener leaning on a spade, some restoration, 14.5cm. £300-500
532 A Pratt type cow creamer, possibly St. Anthony Potter, Newcastle, sponge decoration in manganese and ochre, flat stand, washed green, damaged and restored, 13cm. £300-500
533 An earthenware, cow and calf model, Staffordshire or Yorkshire, 1800-1820, modelled with a calf, the cow black patched with burnt orange, 15.5cm £150-200
534 A matched pair of Prattware ram groups, Yorkshire, 1800-1820, a money box ram with doleful gardener resting on a spade, and a spaniel and a ram shepherdess and lambs group, both models with a crook, 16cm, restorations and hairline crack, (2). £500-800
535 A Pearlware hollow-base model of a recumbent long-horned ram, perhaps Newcastle, circa 1800, slightly domed, a section restored, 13cm. £200-300
536 A Pearlware hollow-base model of ram, Staffordshire or Yorkshire, circa 1800, chipped, 11.5cm. £300-500
537 A Pearlware hollow-base model of a recumbent ewe, Staffordshire or Yorkshire, circa 1800, 10cm. £300-500
538 A Prattware cow, calf and gardener, group, Yorkshire, 1800-20, the doleful gardener leaning on a spade, 14.5cm; and a matched companion group of a cow, calf and bare headed gardener, 15cm, some restoration, (2). £700-1000
539 A Staffordshire Creamware type cow and calf creamer, late 18th century with sponged oxide glazing, shaped base decorated with flowers and foliage, chipped lid, 14cm. £400-600
540 A Staffordshire creamy earthenware cow and calf creamer, Whieldon type, late 18th century, with a flower head finial to the lid, underglaze oxide decoration, shaped based, restored, 13cm. £1000-1500
541 A Pratt type bocage model of a goat, 1800-1820, near flat-backed bocage, the bocage and base green glazed, 14cm; and a Staffordshire bocage model of a cow, encrusted with flowers, 14cm, (2). £150-200
542 A Pearlware model of a saddled horse, attributed to St. Anthony Pottery, Newcastle, circa 1800, in curved green wasted base, restored, 15cm, extensively restored. £500-800
543 A Pearlware model of a saddled horse, attributed to St. Anthony Pottery, Newcastle, circa 1800, in curved green wasted base, restored, 15cm. £800-1200
544 A Pearlware type figure, 'Elijah and the Ravens', painted in colours, old damage, 21cm. £70-100
545 A Staffordshire group, 'Highland Jessie and Corporal Brown', painted in coloured enamels, and titled HIGHLAND JESSIE, cracked, 23cm; Staffordshire group of Highland dancers; another Staffordshire group of dancers; a group of children gathering shells; and a Staffordshire figure, an Italian girl holding a tambourine, (5). £80-120
546 A Staffordshire earthenware figure, 'The Sacrifice', painted in colours, restored, 20cm. £50-80
547 A Staffordshire Arbour group, 'The Rival', painted in colours and titled, 22cm; an Arbour figure of a musician; a draped clock group; and an encrusted group of figures on a bridge, (4). £80-120
548 A pair of Staffordshire equestrian figures, Prince of Wales and Princess Alexandra of Denmark, painted in colours and titled PRINCE OF WALES AND PRINCESS, height 32cm and 34cm. The figures were first issued at the time of the announcement of the engagement of the Prince of Wales to Princess Alexandra of Denmark. £70-100
549 A pair of Staffordshire models of seated greyhounds, shaped bases, 33cm; and another model of a greyhound with a hare, 28cm, (3). £70-100
550 A Rockingham style earthenware jug, initialled and dated 1842, swollen baluster form, gilt outlines and with a wreath surrounding initials and date, 25cm. £50-80
551 A pair of Staffordshire blue transfer printed oval plates, Monopeteros, John Rogers, 1830s impressed and numbered 10, 27cm; a John Rogers Zebra pattern meat plate, impressed and numbered 20, chipped and cracked, 52cm; and a blue transfer ware liner, flower basket design, width 30cm, (4). £70-100
552 Two Staffordshire blue transfer ware dishes, Ponte Salero, Copeland and Garratt, circa 1840, impressed marks, 24cm and 19cm; a drainer, designed with a shepherd and shepherdess, 31cm; a small Zebra pattern dish 16cm, and an oval basket on a matched stand, (6). £80-120
553 A Worcester porcelain blue and white Fence pattern bowl, circa 1770, hatched crescent mark, diameter 15.5cm; a First Period Worcester blue and white tea bowl and saucer, birds in branches pattern, circa 1780, tea bowl restored; and another Worcester tea bowl, (4). £70-100
554 A Worcester porcelain teapot, circa 1770, near spherical, with a moulded floral sprig to the domed lid, painted in coloured enamels with sprays and sprigs, 15cm, hairline cracks; a New Hall silver-shape teapot, 1790s, blue and gilt banded decoration no. 155, damaged, 16cm; and another New Hall silver-shape teapot, polychrome decoration, with floral sprigs and sprays, pattern no. 241, damaged, (3). £70-100
555 A Worcester porcelain teaset, Flight Period, ribbon moulded, with a blue band, and sprigs and insects painted in gilt, comprising a teapot 17cm, milk jug, sucrier, waste bowl, and five saucers, some damage, (9). £100-150
556 A New Hall porcelain part tea set, Boy at the Window pattern, circa 1800, printed and over-painted in coloured enamels, comprising and oval teapot on a matched stand 17cm, a milk jug, slop bowl, and six tea bowls and saucers, no. 425, together with six similar tea bowls and saucers, (28). £100-150
557 An English porcelain part dessert service, circa 1820, royal blue banding with moulded and painted sprigs, and cream coloured rosettes, comprising of a pair of sauce tureens on integral stands, each with twin handles, domed lids (damaged), with floral finials 19cm, a shaped oval dish on stand, width 30cm, and three other dishes, (7). £80-120
558 A set of six Spode bone china botanical dessert plates, early 19th century, centre decorated with sprays, olive coloured flange with moulded sprays and painted sprigs, marked in red and numbered 2079, one with hairline cracks, diameter 25cm. £70-100
559 An Opaque China blue and white printware foot-bath, probably Minton, 2nd quarter 19th century, Florentine pattern, 52cm. £100-150
560 A Parian figure of a classical maiden, in the style of Copeland, gilt and turquoise enamel decoration, circular socle, 39cm. £100-150
561 A Hadley Worcester porcelain elephant vase, late 19th century, designed as an Indian processional elephant, incised Hadley 5, gilt outlines, restored, 20cm £200-300
562 A pair of green Wedgwood green Jasperware plaques, after the antique, 'Sacrifice of Iphigenia', and 'The Booty of Hector', 13cm x 17cm, framed, (2). £70-100
563 A Doulton Burslem blue and white plaque, 'A Winter's Day', after Percy Curnock, 35cm x 27cm, framed. £100-150
564 A Doulton Burslem blue and white plaque, 'The Young Guitarist' after A. E. Simpson, 35cm x 27cm, framed. £100-150
565 A Wemyss two-handled loving cup, circa 1900, decorated with irises, probably painted by Karl Nekola, impressed mark, 15cm. £100-150
566 A French porcelain nursery oil lamp, late 19th century, designed as an owl, complete with ribbon moulded opaque glass shade, and chimney, 38cm overall. £70-100
567 A Continental porcelain nursery lamp, probably French, stained ivory colour, gilding to the oval base, complete with burner chimney and opaque shade, 41cm overall. £150-200
568 A Meissen porcelain group, 'Europa and the Bull', after Friedrich Elias Meyer, late 18th or early 19th century, Europa attended by two figures, painted detail and encrusted with flowers, cross-swords mark, old damage and repairs, 23cm. Provenance: Whitaker family, Villa Malfitano, Palermo.. £500-800
569 A German porcelain table centrepiece, 20th century, boat-shape with rococo outlines, painted with floral sprays and sprigs in coloured enamels, raised on scrolled feet, width 46cm. £80-120
570 WITHDRAWN - A set of four tin glazed earthenware blue and white tiles, with a painted design of a seated dog in a landscape, Hauts-de-France, or low countries, 18th century, mounted on a board, 28cm x 28cm. £200-300
571 A pair of Satsuma straight-sided vases, in the style of Kozan, decorated with continuous landscapes with figures in a boat, and Mount Fuji beyond, marked, 19cm; and a Satsuma moulded shouldered vase, decorated with a lake scene, 9.5cm, (3). £70-100
572 A Chinese export porcelain sauce boat, Quinlong, moulded silver shape, painted with Chinese musicians in coloured enamels, height 9.5cm. £100-150
573 A Chinese export porcelain blue and white dish, Jaiqing, decorated with a lakeland landscape, figures, pavilions and trees, serpentine outline, width 28cm; another Chinese export blue and white dish, decorated with bamboo and flowers, width 31cm; and three Chinese export porcelain blue and white stands, each with gilt outlines, (5). £80-120
574 A near pair of Chinese porcelain blue and white baluster shaped jars, decorated with blossom, one bearing four character mark, one chipped, 26cm; carved hardwood covers and stands, (2). £100-150
575 A Chinese blue and white porcelain covered jar, bearing Jiaqing six character mark (?), powder blue ground, reserves painted with a landscape scene with a pavilion, pylon, and figures in boats, the reverse with flowering blossom, domed lid with two further panels, pear shaped finial, 45cm. £80-120
576 A Chinese porcelain rose bowl, Jaiquing / Daoguang, floral decoration in an Imari palette, with a scrolled device and flower basket, hairline crack, diameter 28cm. £100-150
577 A Jacobite wine flute, trumpet bowl engraved with a rose, plain stem, slightly domed foot, 17cm. £80-120
578 A cordial glass, perhaps 18th century, rounded funnel bowl, wheel engraved with a stag chase, double series opaque twist stem with multi-ply spiral band outside a pair of tapes, domed foot, 12cm. £150-200
579 A wine glass, third quarter of the 18th century, rounded funnel bowl engraved with a vine branch and bird, plain stem, folded foot, 14.5cm. £150-200
580 A wine glass, probably mid 18th century, rounded funnel bowl, double knop stem, folded foot, 15cm. £100-150
581 A wine glass, probably late 18th century, fluted rounded funnel bowl, double series opaque twist stem with a spiral band, outside closed spiral tapes, domed foot, 15cm; and another wine glass of later date with a fluted rounded funnel bowl, double series opaque twist stem, with a corkscrew outside lace twist, 15cm, (2). £150-200
582 A wine glass, probably late 18th century, rounded funnel bowl, the stem swelling slightly below a knop, folded foot, 15cm; and a wine flute of later date, trumpet shape with a teardrop stem, 14.5cm, (2). £100-150
583 A wine glass, probably late 18th century, lower fluting to the rounded funnel bowl, single series opaque twist spiral bands, 15cm; and another wine glass of later date, part-fluted ogee bowl, double series opaque twist stem with four spiral threads outside a corkscrew twist, domed foot, 15cm (2). £200-300
584 A set of four wine glasses, mid 18th century design, rounded funnel bowl, teardrop baluster stems, each with a folded foot, 14cm. £100-150
585 Two very similar wine glasses, probably late 18th century, each with ovoid bowls, engraved with a single sprig and insects, faceted stems, each with a slightly domed foot, 12.5cm and 12cm; and another wine glass with a facet cut stem, 12.5cm, (3). £200-300
586 A wine glass, third quarter of the 18th century, ogee bowl, lightly fluted, double series opaque twist stem with spiral bands outside a gauze, 14cm; and a similar wine glass, probably of later date, with a domed foot, 15cm, (2). £200-300
587 A wine glass of greyish metal, mid 18th century style, thistle bowl, wheel engraved with vine branch and a bird, double series opaque twist stem with spiral twists outside a gauze, slightly domed foot, 15.5cm; and another wine glass of later date, bell-shaped bowl,double series opaque twist stem, with spiral threads outside a gauze, domed foot, 15.5cm (2). £150-200
588 A wine glass, probably third quarter of the 18th century, the ogee bowl base lightly wrythen moulded, double series opaque twist stem, with spiral bands outside closed threads, 14cm; and another wine glass of later date, the ogee bowl with a moulded gadrooned collar and lightly dimpled, double series opaque twist stem with a multi-ply spiral band outside a pair of spiral tapes, 14.5cm, (2). £200-300
589 A near pair of wine glasses, late 18th century, ogee bowls, wheel engraved, plain stems each with a folded foot, 13.5cm, (2). £80-120
590 A pair of cut glass mallet-shape decanters, George III style, mushroom stoppers, stepped ringed necks, polygonal outlines, 24cm, and a Dutch style shouldered decanter, cut and polished decoration, heart-shaped stopper, 25cm, (3). £70-100
591 Three coloured glass bottles, each with an applied seal, F WOLLASTON, BURY SUFFOLK, 27cm. Francis Wollaston, (1694-1774) Gentleman, had sizeable landholdings, in and around Finborough, Suffolk. £100-120
592 A pair of 'Bristol Blue' decanters, early 19th century, mallet-shape with trompe l'oeil labels in gilt, ''Hollands'' and ''Rum'', with stoppers, 24cm; a pair of Georgian mallet shaped decanters, triple ring necks, with stoppers, damage and losses, 25cm; and a Regency rummer, semi-conical bowl, top knop to the stem, 15cm, (5). £70-100
593 A Victorian green tinted and overlaid cut glass crocus shaped vase, lancet shaped divisions alternating with flowers, and a cut trellis, 30cm; and a Victorian ruby glass vase, opaque knop-like bowl painted with flowers, further decorated with gilt scrolling foliage, 31cm, (2). £300-500
594 A Victorian ruby tinted and overlaid glass comport, rounded bowl with alternating panels depicting portrait heads and flower sprays, knop stem, flared foot, further decorated with gilt scrolling foliage, 20cm. £200-300
595 A Nailsea type ornamental table bell, festooned amethyst tinted bowl, the handle with coloured spiral threads, 28cm. £70-100
596 A pair of Victorian overlaid green glass trumpet shape lustre vases, with Gothic style decoration, outlined in gilt, fitted with prismatic drops, 31cm. £500-700
597 A pair of Victorian strawberry tinted milk glass lustre glasses, rounded bowls with crimped rims, enamelled floral decoration fitted two tiers of prismatic drops, 38cm. £300-500
598 A white metal overlaid glass scent bottle, probably American, engraved scrolled decoration, No. 4104 patent, 12cm. £100-150
599 A pair of Regency cut glass two-tier candlesticks, each with faceted and prismatic drops, gilt metal collars, some damage, 29cm. £150-200
600 A set of four cut glass table candlesticks, circa 1900, hexagonal stems, circular bases, 30cm. £70-100
601 A pair of cut glass ceiling shades, circular domed form, hobnail cut, each with a plated boss and faceted finial, diameter 33cm. Light fittings of similar design can be seen in interior photographs of White Star Line liners. £100-150
Works of Art & Clocks
610 A late Victorian brass oil lamp, tapering column, frosted and cut-glass reservoir, Hinks patent burner, frosted and cut glass spherical shade, lacking chimney, 57cm; and a cut-glass oil lamp, hexagonal column and stepped base, lacking burner, frosted shade, 68cm overall, (2). £100-150
611 A Victorian electroplated oil lamp, by Hawkesworth Eyre & Co., Sheffield, the column of fluted and tapering square section, cut glass reservoir, with lemon tinted shade and chimney 89cm overall. £250-350
612 A brass Corinthian column oil lamp, square stepped base, fluted shaft with cut glass reservoir, complete with lemon tinted shade and chimney, 92cm. £180-240
613 A Victorian style plated Corinthian column oil lamp, square base, fluted shaft, with a cut glass reservoir, frosted shade, complete with chimney, 82cm overall. £300-500
614 A brass Corinthian column table lamp, adapted from an oil lamp, fluted column, cut glass reservoir, frosted shade, damaged, 65cm overall; and another brass oil lamp adapted as a table lamp, cranberry glass reservoir, lacking shade, (2). £80-120
615 A pair of Victorian brass gasoliers, adapted as wall lights, each with a fluted and leaf-capped adjustable arm, issuing from a circular plaque, 41cm; and a Victorian brass wall fitting oil lamp, single adjustable arm, with a musical cherub and scroll work, the frame supporting a lamp with a facet banded rub glass bowl, depth 36cm, (3). £200-300
616 A German patent student's type oil lamp, converted to a table lamp marked WILD & VESSEL, BERLIN, Aladdin's lamp type reservoir, with mask heads inscrolled, tinted glass shade within an adjustable frame, 55cm overall. £100-150
617 A pair of Victorian bronzed table candlesticks, open scrolled shoulders, supporting prismatic glass pendants, knopped columns, octagonal bases, 23cm; and a pair of Victorian cut glass candlesticks, each with six faceted pendants, bulbous columns, square bases, 25cm, (4). £80-120
618 An alabaster and gilt metal mounted table lamp, slightly tapering column, incurved square moulded base, urn shaped fitments, lacking shade, 67cm. £70-100
619 A French Empire style celadon coloured porcelain and gilt metal lamp base, amphora shape, the ovoid porcelain body decorated with flowers, 65cm overall; and another table lamp, ornamental column form, set on a hardwood and carved base, 70cm, (2). £100-150
620 Bolviller, Paris A French brass cased carriage clock, white enamelled dial with Roman and Arabic numerals, signed Bolviller a Paris, platform escapement, backplates signed and numbered 138LM, striking on a bell, case with quandrant outline, 15cm. £200-300
621 Stevenard, Boulogne A French gilt metal carriage clock, white enamelled dial with Roman numerals, signed STEVENARD HORLOGER MECANICIEN A BOULOGNE, platform escapement, striking on a bell, case with engraved decoration, 15cm. £400-600
622 A French brass and ebonised carriage clock, silvered dial, signed F.G. RUSSELL, MALVERN, within an engine-turned facing, platform escapement, striking on a gong, case with moulded outlines, 16.5cm. £300-500
623 Henry Capt, Geneva A small gilt metal and enamelled carriage clock, cased with floral decoration, white enamelled dial signed HENRY CAPT, GENEVE, platform escapement, 7.5cm. £200-300
624 A French brass cased carriage clock, white enamelled chapter ring, platform escapement, 13cm; and another French brass-cased carriage clock, with an enamelled chapter ring, 13cm, (2). £150-200
625 A French brass cased carriage clock, gilt chapter ring with Arabic numerals, signed by the retailer, G. Kirton, Stockton on Tees, silvered slip, platform escapement, 14cm. £80-120
626 A French brass case repeating carriage clock, white enamelled dial with Roman numerals, subsidiary alarm dial, platform escapement, striking on two gongs, detached handle, 13cm. £100-150
627 Brockbank & Atkins, London, 8481 An English brass cased carriage clock, silvered dial with engraving, and titled on a ribbon BROCKBANK & ATKINS LONDON, encased movement, the casing with ogee and cavetto moulding, 11cm. £200-300
628 A small French brass cased carriage clock, white enamel chapter ring with Arabic numerals, platform escapement, 10cm, in a Morocco travelling case. £70-100
629 A Continental porcelain cased mantel clock, probably Dresden, late 19th century, the case modelled with figures, and encrusted with flowers, gilt metal dial with an ivorine chapter ring, French type cylinder movement, striking on a bell, 46cm. £200-300
630 A French white marble and white metal three piece clock garniture, late 19th century, the clock drum supported by twin columns, white enamel dial, movement by Vincenti et Cie, striking on a bell, 31 cm, with a pair of candlesticks to match, 20 cm, (3). £200-300
631 A Louis XV style 'tortoiseshell' veneered and gilt metal mantel clock, French, late 19th century, white enamelled dial with Roman and Arabic numerals, cylinder movement, backplate number 7260 45 (pendulum missing), vase-shaped case with foliate finial, and rococo scrolls, 39cm, some losses. £200-300
632 A Louis XV style ormolu mantel clock, scrolled foliate case, white enamel dial signed STILL FILS, French cylinder movement by AD Mougin, no. 433, striking on a bell, 31cm. £300-500
633 A Louis XV style gilt metal elephant clock, drum-shaped case resting on a ceremonial elephant, with a seated figure over, scrolled rococo base, dial with enamelled numerals, French cylinder movement signed E.P. No.2800, striking on a bell, 56cm overall. £1000-1500
634 Mottu Freres, Paris A French ormolu and white marble mantel clock, white enamel dial with Roman numerals, cylinder movement by S. Marti, Paris, No.4257, striking on a bell, the plinth casing surmounted by 'The Traveller with a rabbit', (some losses), plinth section with scrolling appliques, height 50cm. £600-800
635 A late Victorian inlaid mahogany mantel clock, in the style of Maple & Co., silvered dial with Roman numerals, double fusee movement, striking on a gong, the case with a raised pediment, satinwood banding, inlaid fluting, spandrels and swags, 46cm. £1500-2000
636 Thomas Bates, Market Harborough A banjo shaped wall barometer, broken swan neck pediment, silver dials, profile with boxwood stringing, 106cm. £200-300
637 P Ciapino, Andover A mahogany banjo shaped barometer, refurbished, broken swan neck pediment, silver charts, profile with boxwood stringing, 98cm. £100-150
638 William Edmead, London A George II walnut and gilt metal bracket clock, arched dial, signed, WM. EDMEAD, 138 GOWER STREET, LONDON W.C. with subsidiary chime/silent and slow/fast dials, applied gilt slip with flowers and scrolling foliage, fusee movement, striking on four gongs, case with twin bail handles, sarcophagus top with pineapple and urn finials, applied terms to the chamfered uprights, plinth base with scroll feet, height 51cm. £1000-1500
639 Baggs, London A William IV rosewood and simulated rosewood bracket clock, enamelled dial with Roman numerals, signed Baggs, South Street, BERKELEY SQUARE, double fusee movement, striking on a bell, case with a triangular pediment, and engaged columns, with bead mouldings and brass inlay, height 51cm. £1500-2000
640 A Charles II ebony and ebonised bracket clock, gilt metal 'basket' top, with seraphim swags and foliage, later 15cm square brass dial, with silver chapter ring and cast seraphim spandrels, key-wind movement, striking on a bell, 36cm. £400-600
641 A mahogany bracket clock, carved cresting to the case, circular dial with Roman numerals, signed Frodsham, Gracechurch Street, London, twin fusee movement striking on a gong, (adapted), height 46cm. £1200-1500
642 Thomas Rea, Walton An oak longcase clock, square brass dial, signed THOs REA Walton, with a rococo engraved cartouche, cast scroll and urn spandrels, single hand, thirty hour movement, striking on a bell, the case with plain moulded hood, long door, 198cm. £150-200
643 Baddley, Tong An oak and mahogany long case clock, the hood with turned finials, carved scrolls, and open fretwork, turned columns, the long door flanked by fluted quarter columns, raised on ogee bracket feet, arched brass dial with moon phase, cast spandrels, silver chapter ring, with Roman numerals, subsidiary second dial and date aperture, signed Baddley, Tong, eight-day movement striking on a bell, height 140cm. £400-600
644 W. Kipling, Stafford An oak longcase clock, circular brass dial with Arabic and Roman numerals, subsidiary second dial, signed W Kipling, Stafford, eight-day two-chain movement, striking on a bell, the case with a broken-swan neck pediment, long door with inlaid banding, plinth base, 214cm. £400-600
645 James Greig, Perth An oak longcase clock, arched white enamelled dial, partly repainted, with subsidiary second dial and date dial, bears signature JAMES GREIG, PERTH, painted with a flower basket, to the lunette and rose sprigs to the spandrels, eight-day two-chain movement, oak case with a flat-top hood, long door, bracket feet, height 207cm. £300-500
646 Feren, Dundee A Scottish mahogany longcase clock, arched painted dial with subsidiary second dial and date dial, signed Feren, Dundee, painted with cottages, buildings and ruins, to the lunette and spandrels, eight-day two chain movement, striking on a bell, case with broken swan neck pediment, short door, bracket feet, height 204cm. £300-500
647 William Newman, London A mahogany longcase clock, arched top with a fretted frieze, turned and fluted columns, arched brass dial with moon phase, cast spandrels, subsidiary second dial and date aperture, signed WILLm NEWMAN, LONDON, eight-day movement striking on a bell, overall width 236cm. £1500-2000
648 A shadow box of the S.S.Alexandria at sea, probably late 19th century, the hull inset in a painted sea with a painted sky background, the hull well-detailed with various deck fittings, figures on deck, lifeboats on divets, rigged with masts and furled sails, smoking funnels, and other details, in a glazed case, width 87cm height 41cm. £1500-2000
649 A Victorian ram's horn and white metal mounted snuff mull, white metal lid, set with a citrine and with embossed decoration of scrolling foliage, engraved 'J Burgin to F Mason', plated leg support and tip, the white metal mount badly damaged, 15cm; and another Victorian ram's horn snuff mull, tarnished gilt metal hinged lid set with a hard stone, metal thistle terminal, (2). £70-100
650 A Scottish curly horn snuff mull, early 19th century, horn-faced cork stopper, the collar engraved, 'Jas. Hathie Borland', cut design of a thistle motif, damaged lid, 7cm; and a Victorian horn hoof-shape snuff box, white metal plaque with engraved initials, damaged, length 10cm, (2). £50-80
651 A Scottish white metal mounted curly horn snuff mull, 19th century, white metal hinged lid set with a citrine, repousse decoration of thistles, 8cm. £100-150
652 A Lane's pocket globe, London 1819, a terrestrial globe, 6.35cm diameter, fishskin covered case, the interior printed with celestial realm. £2000-3000
653 A Victorian abalone bow-front tea caddy, with lozenge sections, two division interior, width 15cm. £200-300
654 Antique lace Two baby-caps, mid 18th century, with needle-made hollie point lace insertions, edged in old Flemish lace, together with five other baby-caps, a lacework cap, together a child's vest with lace and embroidered shoulders. This Lot is offered with correspondence from The Bazaar, Bream's Buildings, Windsor House, London, dated 1919; and a related extract from The Bazaar, Saturday July 12th, 1919, together with a booklet, A Short History of Honiton Lace. £60-90
655 Follower of Paul Delaroche, Heuriette Sontag, Countess Rossi, circular portrait miniature on papier-mâché gilt frame, 19 cm diameter overall; two Regency papier-mâché slip cases, 13cm and 13.5cm; circular papier-mâché box; and a Russian papier-mâché box lid, Fedeskino style, painted with a horse drawn wagon, (5). £150-200
656 A Victorian abalone and tortoiseshell visiting card case, lozenge pattern with floral engraving, 10cm; two other abalone visiting card cases, and an abalone and mother of pearl purse, binding defective, (4). £80-120
657 A French Palais-Royal style gilt metal mounted glass scent bottle, inset with silver silhouette roundels, separate base, labelled ''Francois lier Regier, Rue Saint-Honore 335 ...'', 13cm. £100-150
658 A white metal cigarette casket, unmarked, engine-turned decoration, rectangular lid with an enamelled panel, depicting a skirmish with Cavaliers, after Philips Wouwerman, cedar wood lined and with a loose mirror and gilt slip, width 13.5cm. £250-300
659 A pair of Victorian jelly moulds, No.433, 14cm; a festooned copper jelly mould, by HW&Co, No.1070, 10cm; four other copper jelly moulds, numbered respectively 197, 375, 530, and 85, together with a further oval copper jelly mould, (8). £200-300
660 A Victorian mahogany and stained pine table top collector's cabinet, containing a collection of Plaster of Paris cameos, including examples after the antique, together with replicas of commemorative medals, cabinet width 30cm. £200-300
661 An Edwardian 'Hold-Fast' patent oak and electroplated tantalus, fitted with three cut-glass spirit decanters, of square section, each with a a faceted stopper, width 39cm. £300-500
662 An Edwardian lignum vitae desk seal, turned handle, 9cm; and a collection of turned wood, hardstone handle; brass and white metal seals, (17). £200-300
663 A Edwardian silver desk seal, probably Birmingham 1907, Art Nouveau scroll decoration, 6.5cm; Victorian ivory handled gilt metal seal, lacking intaglio; a bone handled seal, and six other desk seals, with hardstone handles, (9). This lot is subject to CITES regulations if exporting outside of the EU. £150-200
664 An Iron Fob seal matrix, perhaps medieval, with shield design, diameter 3.4cm; white metal seal matrix, bearing a paper label 'Seal found ..... 1814', height 2.5cm; collection of matrix seals, seal fobs and hardstone intaglios. £200-300
665 George Baker, The History and Antiquities of the County of Northampton, five parts in two volumes, London 1822-41, folio, rebound calf, (2). £300-400
666 John Bridges, The History and Antiquities of Northamptonshire, compiled by Rev Peter Whalley, in two volumes, Oxford 1791, folio, rebound calf, (2). £200-300
667 A Chinese cinnabar lacquer box, probably 19th century, cushion circular form, decorated with figures in a garden setting, diaper and key pattern surround, damaged, diameter 19cm. £50-80
668 A Chinese cast bronze censer, bearing six character seal mark, of squat circular form, with mask head loose-ring handles, and a floral band, raised on three feet, width 36cm. £300-400
669 A Tibetan bronze group, Yi-dam in Yab-Yum with his sakti, standing in alidhasana, clasping his consort, lotus throne, 18cm. £100-150
670 After Stanislas Lami, A Great Dane observing a snail, brown patinated bronze animalia, possibly aftercast, on a walnut plinth, 28cm, £400-600
671 After Charles Valton, Passez au Large, (''Keep out of the way'') brown patinated bronze animalia, possibly aftercast, flat marble plinth, 29cm. £400-600
672 After Charles Valton, Marco, a standing setter, brown patinated bronze animalia, possibly aftercast, 36cm. £1500-2000
673 After Edouard Paul Delabrierre, A Spanish Halberdier with hound, brown patinated bronze, possibly aftercast, 58cm. £2000-3000
674 After Pierre-Jules Mêne, ''Valet de Chasse, Louis XV et sa harde'', bronze possibly aftercast, on a green marble plinth, 70cm overall. £6000-8000
Pictures
680 After Robert Adam Parts at large of the Gateway at Sion Engraving, plate II 60cm x 45cm. £50-80
681 After Giovanni Battista Piranesi Avanzi del Temio del Dio Canopo nella, Villa Adriana in Tivoli engraving 41cm x 56cm, and another engraving after Piranesi Veduta degli Avanzi di due Triclini 41cm x 55cm, (2). £200-300
682 Richard Earlom, after Claude Lorrain 'Figures on the Campana' and 'Noli Me Tangere' pair of sepia tinted engravings published by John Boydell 90cm x 26cm £50-80
683 Charles Green Figures fleeing a battle signed, titled and dated Oct 26 1860 pencilled with monochrome wash 11.5cm x 18.5cm. £70-100
684 Walter Richard Sickert The Camden Town Murder (1908) dry point impression 12.5cm x 10cm £50-80
685 Betty Townsend Feeding Chickens signed, pencil with monochrome wash 14cm x 16cm. £70-100
686 Frank Craig 'In Egypt' European and Native figures signed and dated 1897 pencil with monochrome wash and body colour 25cm x 41cm. Presumably original artwork for a book illustration. £300-500
687 Attributed to Sir Peter Markham Scott Geese in flight bears signature, pen and ink 16.5cm x 24cm, restored. Artist's Resale Rights may be applicable on this lot. £250-350
688 Follower of Archibald Thorburn Harrier and prey watercolour 28cm x 22cm. £50-80
689 Roland Green Breaking Cover, pheasants near woodland signed, watercolour 21cm x 26cm. Artist's Resale Rights may be applicable on this lot. £80-120
690 Roland Green Pair of pheasants in a ploughed field signed, watercolour 28cm x 14cm, Provenance: with Mandell's Gallery, Norwich. Artist's Resale Rights may be applicable on this lot. £80-120
691 Roland Green Mallard Rising signed, watercolour with body colour 23.5cm x 17cm. Artist's Resale Rights may be applicable on this lot. £100-150
692 Roland Green Barnacle geese in flight signed, watercolour with body colour 32cm x 45cm, foxed. Artist's Resale Rights may be applicable on this lot. £100-150
693 Attributed to Roland Green Teal in Flight watercolour 48cm x 35cm Provenance: with Mandell's Gallery, Norwich. Artist's Resale Rights may be applicable on this lot. £100-150
694 Dr Jeremy Paul Tranquillity - Moorhen signed, watercolour 36cm x 54cm Exhibited: Nature in Art, The International Centre for Wildlife Art, Wallsworth Hall, Gloucestershire, July-August 1992., No.64. Artist's Resale Rights may be applicable on this lot. £500-800
695 Henry Crowther Black Mundo, portrait of a dog, signed and dated 1932, oil on board, 28cm x 24cm; and, Portrait of a cat, by the same hand signed and dated 1909, oil on canvas, 28cm x 23cm. (2) £300-400
696 William Luker, Junior Head of a hound, in profile, signed, oil on canvas, 30cm x 41cm. £300-500
697 Attributed to Richard Ansdell, A Spaniel, indistinctly initialled, oil on mahogany panel, 19cm x 15cm. £400-600
698 John Sargeant Noble 'In Glen Falloch', retrievers resting, signed, watercolour, 16cm x 25cm. £700-1000
699 Frederick James Knowles 'Straying', calves in woodland, signed and dated 1913, watercolour, 29cm x 43cm. £100-150
700 Lionel Brookes Two horses in the Welland Valley, signed, oil on canvas, 102cm x 127cm. £500-800
701 Follower of Marmaduke Craddock Pheasant Hen, Turkey, and other birds in a landscape, oil on relined canvas, extensive restoration, 65cm x 78cm. £700-1000
702 John Frederick Herring, Junior Farm scene with horses, cattle, pigs, ducks and chickens, the hunt in the middle distance signed, oil on canvas 51cm x 69cm. £4000-6000
703 Frederick Williamson Farmyard with cattle, horse, chickens, and an old cart, signed and dated 1862, watercolour, 30cm x 25cm. £250-350
704 Circle of Eugene Verboeckhoven Sheep in a barn Sheep and a donkey a pair, oil on mahogany panels 15cm x 15cm. (2) £300-500
705 Sir Alfred East Rivington Water, signed, watercolour, 52cm x 67cm. £700-1000
706 Sir Alfred East Mediterranean landscape with figures and a donkey on a path, unsigned, watercolour, 25cm x 36cm. £200-300
707 Sir Alfred East The River Adige from Castlevecchio, Verona, signed and titled, watercolour, 25cm x 36cm. Labelled verso ''Presented to John Carrington by the Artist in 1894''. £300-500
708 Sir Alfred East The Overgrown Garden, signed, and indistinctly dated, possibly '83, oil on canvas, 46cm x 63cm. £1500-2000
709 Sir Alfred East In the meadows near Kettering, signed and dated 1897, oil on canvas, 37cm x 61cm. £1000-1500
710 Attributed to Robert Marris River landscape with a fortified hill town, watercolour, visible, 35cm x 52cm, Provenance: with Abbott & Holder, London. £100-150
711 William Langley Scotch Terrain, near Glencoe, signed, titled verso, oil on canvas, 50cm x 75cm. £300-400
712 Stirling Gillespie Glencoe, Loch Achtriachtar, and Aonach Ridge, signed, watercolour, 38 x 55cm. Provenance: with Glasgow Art Club. Artist's Resale Rights may be applicable on this lot. £200-300
713 Willem Jansen Windmill by a canal, signed, oil on canvas, 41cm x 61cm. £700-1000
714 Dutch School Landscape with a figure on a bridge, oil on oak panel, 11cm x 16 cm. £80-120
715 Follower of Jan Frans van Bloemen Landscape with a drover and pack-horses, figures on a beach in the foreground, oil on relined canvas, 51cm x 114cm. £4000-6000
716 Arsene Chabanian coastal scene, a nocturne, signed, oil on board, 38cm x 45cm. £300-500
717 English School The Thames towards Richmond Bridge, circa 1930, oil on canvas board, 31cm x 41cm. £200-300
718 John Fulleylove Castle View, Leicester, signed, watercolour, 18 x 12cm, foxed. £100-150
719 John Buckler Lincoln Cathedral, signed and dated 1800, watercolour, 44cm x 58cm. An engraving by John Buckler and published in March 1800, would appear to be derived from this watercolour. The engraving is dedicated to Right Rev. George Pretyman, Lord Bishop of Lincoln, a caption for this print is offered with the watercolour. £500-800
720 Johannes Notz Portrait of a lady, three quarter length, seated in an armchair, signed and dated 1844, pencil and watercolour, 34cm x 27cm. £200-300
721 Follower of John Opie Portrait of a young gentleman, head and shoulders length, oval, oil on relined canvas laid on board, 24cm x 19cm. £200-300
722 After Raphael (probably late 19th century), Madonna della Sedia, oil on canvas, laid on board, circular, diameter 65cm. £200-300
723 English School, 18th/19th century A Nun, half-length, oil on canvas (damaged), 76cm x 63cm. Provenance: The Coape-Arnold family by descent. £500-800
724 After Nicholas Dall Ashby Lodge, Ashby St. Ledgers oil on canvas (damaged) 39cm x 60cm. George Arnold made his fortune supplying cattle and horses to the London market, and bought the Estate of St. Ledgers in Northamptonshire in 1718. Provenance: The Coape-Arnold family by descent. £100-150
725 Circle of Daniel Gardner Portrait of a Lady, probably Henrietta Jane Arnold half length pastel drawing 69cm x 54cm. The sitter is most probably Henrietta Jane (1757-1849), eldest daughter and co-heir of General George Morrison. Provenance: The Coape-Arnold family by descent. £800-1200
726 Circle of Daniel Gardner Portrait of a girl with a spaniel pastel lined on canvas 54cm x 44cm. Provenance: The Coape-Arnold family by descent. £150-200
727 Circle of Daniel Gardner George Henry Arnold and his younger siblings, Edward John Richard and James William, George holding a Goldfinch pastel drawing laid on canvas 57cm x 71cm. Provenance: The Coape-Arnold family by descent. £1000-1500
728 Victorian School A young lady probably Charlotte Arnold, full length watercolour with pastel, arched 59cm x 38cm. Provenance: The Coape-Arnold family by descent. £100-150
729 Adrien Wulffaert Portrait of a Lady, of the Arnold or Coape family, signed and dated 1849 oil on relined canvas, later painted arch 61cm x 50.5cm. Provenance: The Coape-Arnold family by descent. £200-300
730 Adrien Wulffaert Portrait of Georgeana Arnold seated on a balcony indistinctly signed and dated 1847 oil on canvas, substantial damaged 63cm x 52cm. Georgeana Arnold (1817-49) was the only daughter and heiress of George Henry Arnold. She married in 1840 James Coape JP, and made their home at Mirables, Isle of Wight. Provenance: The Coape-Arnold family by descent. £500-800
731 Attributed to Adrien Wulffaert Portrait of a Gentleman, probably James Coape seated three-quarter length within a painted arched frame, inscribed A Wulffaert on a stretcher 66cm x 77cm. James Coape JP (1815-89) was the second son of James Coape of Goldhanger, Essex. Provenance: The Coape-Arnold family by descent. £400-600
732 Attributed to Adrien Wulffaert Henry, Julia and Charlotte Coape at Mirables, Isle of Wight, the older child on a pony oil on canvas (damaged) 79cm x 64cm. Provenance: The Coape-Arnold family by descent. £1000-1500
733 Provincial School, 18th Century Portrait of a Gentleman, head and shoulders length oil on relined canvas 61cm x 51cm. The sitter is probably George Arnold (1683-1766) of London. Provenance: The Coape-Arnold family by descent. £100-150
734 Victorian School Portrait of a Gentleman, conceivably Sir Henry Dermot Daly oil on canvas 69cm x 51cm. Provenance: The Coape-Arnold family by descent. £200-300
735 After Samuel Drummond General George Morrison, in uniform oil on relined canvas 75cm x 64cm. General George Morrison was Quartermaster General, his eldest daughter Henrietta Jane married George Arnold in 1788. Provenance: The Coape-Arnold family by descent. £500-800
736 Circle of Tilly Kettle A Naval Officer, half length oval 46cm x 38cm. The frame bearing a plaque, 'THE MARQUIS ... / painted in India'. £1000-1500
737 S Drummond George Arnold in uniform, full length oil on panel (split) 60cm x 43cm. George Arnold (1753-1806) of Ashby Lodge and Mirables, Gentlemen of the Privy Chamber to King George III, 1782, JP and DL for Northamptonshire; Captain in Northamptonshire Regiment of Gentlemen and Yeomanry 1794; Lt-col. Commanding S.E. Battn of Isle of Wight Volunteers 1806. Provenance: The Coape-Arnold family by descent. £500-800
738 Studio of Francis Cotes William, 6th Baron Craven, three quarter length, holding a hunting whip under his left arm, oil on canvas, 29.5cm x 24cm. William, 6th Baron Craven (1738-91), served as Governor of Massachusetts. £700-1000
739 Attributed to Edwin Hayes Steamer and other shipping offshore, initialled E.H., oil on chamfered mahogany panel, 15cm x 21cm; and another by the same hand, Fishing fleet, offshore, similarly initialled. (2) £80-120
740 After John Wilson Carmichael Three masted ship and others at sea, oil on canvas, 50cm x 42cm. £400-600
741 Jospeh Schranz A Naval frigate entering Valletta Harbour, with figures on the fore-shore, oil on relined canvas, 45cm x 67cm. Provenance: A high ranking naval officer, thence by descent. £7000-10000
742 Joseph Schranz Valletta Harbour with a naval frigate at anchor, oil on relined canvas, 45cm x 67cm, Provenance: A high ranking naval officer, thence by descent. £7000-10000
743 T. B. Hardy Fisherfolk on the shore, bears signature and dated '90, oil on board, oval 29cm x 21cm. £150-200
744 Edwin John Ellis Low Tide, signed, oil on canvas, 65 x 126cm. £400-600
746 Ascribed to John Moore of Ipswich A sea piece, oil on millboard, 9cm x 20 cm; and A landscape with ruins, framed en suite, (2). £150-200
747 Manner of Frederick James Aldridge Shipping Off The Coast oil on relined canvas, unsigned 28cm x 46cm. £150-200
748 English School, early 19th century Fishing by a Bridge, a near pair, oil on chamfered oak panels, 15cm x 20cm. (2) £100-150
749 T. Colis River landscape with a sailing barge by a jetty, signed, oil on canvas, 74cm x 127cm. £250-300
750 Alan Canham Wherry on the Broads, Nr Thurne Mills, signed, oil on canvas, 58 x 88cm. £250-300
751 Charles Mayes Wigg On The Broads, signed and dated 1948, verso, oil on board, 24cm x 34cm. Artist's Resale Rights may be applicable on this lot. £150-200
752 Louis Haghe 'The Tepidarium of the Baths, Pompeii', signed, watercolour, 76cm x 98cm £3000-5000
753 Jacob Emanuel Gaisser Musical Evening, signed, oil on panel, 29cm x 45cm. £2000-2500
754 Arthur C H Luxmoore 'My Conservatory', a young lady in Regency dress, initialled and dated 1873, watercolour, 36cm x 24cm. £250-400
755 John Fulleylove A girl by a window, signed and dated 1871, watercolour, 21cm x 16cm. £100-150
756 Victorian School Woman at a well, oil on canvas, 35cm x 48cm. The large stone in the foreground is inscribed STONE TO BE EMPLOYED FOR THE REBUILDING OF SHENTON CHURCH OFFERED BY J TONNEAU TO MRS WOLLASTON JUNE 1875. Provenance: the Wollaston Family by descent, of Shenton Hall, Leicestershire. £100-150
757 Robert Little Christmas Roses, and other flowers against a mossy bank, initialled and dated '75, watercolour, 25cm x 33cm. £70-100
758 Vincent Clare Plums in a basket with grapes by a mossy bank, signed, watercolour, 28cm x 22cm; and a companion work, Birds nest and Primulas by a mossy bank, (2). £300-400
759 Elinor Bellingham-Smith A Landscape, signed with initials, oil on canvas, 61cm x 51cm. Provenance: with Ernest Brown & Phillips, The Leicester Galleries, Leicester Square, London, 'Exhibition of Works by Elinor Bellingham-Smith', April 1956, No.35, (Purchaser Mrs Blanco White). Artist's Resale Rights may be applicable on this lot. £250-350
760 Valentine Henriette Prax Still life, signed, oil on paper, 24.5cm x 23cm. Artist's Resale Rights may be applicable on this lot. £200-300
761 Charles Camoin St. Tropez, signed, oil on canvas, 38cm x 46cm. Provenance: Ernest Brown & Phillips, The Leicester Galleries, Leicester Square, London, New Year Exhibition 1958, 'Works by 19th and 20th Century Artists', no.84, (purchaser Mrs Blanco White).

The authenticity of this painting has been kindly confirmed by Anne-Marie Grammont-Camoin and it will be included in the forthcoming catalogue raisonne currently being prepared by the Archive Camoin.

According to Claudine Grammont and Veronique Serrano (Charles Camoin retrospective 1879-1965, Lausanne and Marseille 1997-8). Camoin made regular and prolonged visits to St. Tropez in the years following the second World War. The free use of thin oily paint in a predominantly blue palette, corresponds with Camoin's work of the period. Artist's Resale Rights will be applicable on this lot.
£5000-8000
762 Auguste Herbin Maisons au Quai Vert, Bruges, signed, oil on canvas, 53cm x 64cm. Provenance: With Ernest Brown & Phillips, The Leicester Galleries, Leicester Square, London. The authenticity of this work has kindly been confirmed by Madame Geneviève Claisse. Herbin stayed in Bruges during part of 1906. This work compares with three paintings of that year illustrated by Geneviève Claisse (Herbin: Catalogue Raisonne de L'Oeuvre Pent, Paris 1993, p.292), titled Quai de la Poterie, a Bruges; Le Canal, Bruges, and Maisons du Quai de la Porterie (Catalogue number 74-76). At this point Herbin adopted a Post-Impressionist style and vibrant colour palette which compares with contemporary works by the Fauvist painters. The Leicester Gallery held a solo exhibition of the work of Auguste Herbin in 1923, although we have been unable to establish if this painting was included in that show. Artist's Resale Rights will be applicable on this lot. £20000-30000
763 Robert King The Sea At Cromer, signed, oil on board, 30cm x 40cm. Artist's Resale Rights may be applicable on this lot. £200-300
764 Robert King Late Evening Light, Cromer Beach, signed, oil on board, 30cm x 40cm. Artist's Resale Rights may be applicable on this lot. £200-300
765 Sir William Russell Flint Beach scene, Morning, signed, watercolour, 23 x 33cm Exhibited: 'W Russell Flint - Recent Paintings & Watercolours', London Fine Art Society, March 1923, No.5 Artist's Resale Rights will apply this lot. £4000-6000
766 After Georges Braque The Bird and It's Shade I, lithograph, 80cm x 130cm. £300-400
Furniture & Furnishings
770 A Restoration style oak side chair, probably 18th Century coronet and scroll cresting, barley twist uprights, panel back and seat, conforming apron piece, shaped legs, height 113cm. £200-300
771 A Dutch oak wall cabinet, 18th century, arched centre, deep cavetto moulded, four panel glazed door enclosing three shaped shelves, width 89cm height 75cm. £250-350
772 A set of sixteen Dutch style oak dining chairs, 20th Century, arched backs with close studded cotton and part floral tapestry upholsters, barley twist legs joined by shaped stretchers, comprising two elbow chairs, width 60cm and fourteen single chairs, width 55cm, (16). £700-1000
773 A joined oak coffer, basically 18th century, rectangular hinged top with three plain panels, and channelled outlines, the front with a blind carved frieze, above three lozenge carved panels, again with channelled outlines, panelled sides, width 127cm, depth 52cm height 66cm. £200-300
774 A German oak desk, serpentine rectangular top with quartered walnut veneers, rosewood crossbanding, boxwood and ebony stringing, moulded edge, five drawers surrounding the kneehole, with carved scroll-work frieze, cabriole legs on paw feet, width 184cm, depth 88cm, height 79cm; together with a stained walnut elbow chair, carved cresting and vase shaped slats, scrolled arms, bow-front seat, carved cabriole legs on paw feet, width 65cm, (2). £400-600
775 A set of eight Lancashire-type ladder-back chairs, 20th century, rush seats, turned legs joined by rails, comprising two elbow chairs and six single chairs, (8). £300-400
775A A joined oak chest of drawers, late 18th century, rectangular top, with four long graduating drawers, later moulding, later legs, width 92cm, depth 48cm, height 100cm. £120-150
776 A joined oak table, rectangular boarded top with cleated ends, one frieze drawer, square tapering legs, length 231cm, width 85cm, height 75cm. £1000-1500
777 A Joined oak dresser, basically early 19th century, three shelf delft rack, under a moulded canopy piece, boarded top with three frieze drawers over a pot board, width 132cm, height 190cm. £300-400
778 A joined oak Wainscot chair, 18th century and later adaptations, carved and scrolled pediment, panelled back with a lozenge carved motif and boarded seat, turned legs joined by rails, width 61cm, and another joined oak chair lunette carved seat frame, plain panel back, boarded, octagonal legs, scrolled arms, width 61cm. (2) £150-200
779 A pair of cast brass urn shape chenets in the style of Robert Adam, swagged urns on fluted plinths, 41cm, with integral curb, bow-front centre section, (adapted) with balustrading and swags, width 132cm. £100-150
780 A George I style walnut wing-back easy chair, upholstered in salmon coloured dralon, cabriole legs with scallop knees, width 85cm, height 105cm. £250-350
781 A George III mahogany cylinder front hanging corner cupboard, rosewood banding, parquetry stringing, and marquetry spandrels, cavetto moulded cornice, two doors enclosing shelves, and two small drawers, width 75cm, height 114cm. £200-300
782 A George III mahogany pedestal table, circular top with a moulded edge, slender ringed column and tripod legs, diameter 55cm, height 74cm. £100-150
783 A George III mahogany three-tier whatnot, circular tiers with moulded outlines, twisted baluster uprights, tripod legs, diameter 82cm, height 115cm £300-500
784 A George III mahogany D-end dining table, with broad satinwood banding and stringing, inlaid decoration, on square tapering legs, fitted with two additional leaves, overall length 231cm, width 122cm. £600-900
785 A large George III mahogany chest, rectangular top with a moulded edge, three long graduating drawers with boxwood stringing, turned mother of pearl inlaid handles, flanked by ribbon fluted half-columns, paw feet, width 131cm, depth 69cm, height 93cm. £300-500
786 A George III mahogany desk, super structure with nine pigeon holes, tooled leather surface, sloping and supported on a ratchet, fitted with three frieze drawers, four drawers to each pedestal and a recessed cupboard, on ogee bracket feet, width 116cm, height 101cm. £400-600
787 A late Georgian yew wood 'estate-made' table cabinet, with ebony outlines, the solid door of attractive burr, enclosing eight graduating drawers, white metal loose ring handles, set on a mahogany stand, square tapering legs, width 40cm, height 57cm, depth 39cm, overall height 111cm. £1000-1500
788 A George III mahogany bureau, fall front enclosing a fitted interior with a cupboard, pigeon holes and drawers, four long graduating drawers below, bracket feet, 88cm, width 84cm, height 102cm. £200-300
789 A George III mahogany chest of drawers, fitted with a brushing slide over four graduating long drawers, bracket feet, old refurbishment, width 84cm, height 84cm. £300-500
790 A George III style oak and walnut wine cooler, oval form, with brass straps and cast brass lion mask loose ring handle, on a separate stand on cabriole legs, width 61cm, height 58cm. £300-500
791 A George III mahogany night table, square gallery, tambour door, square tapering legs, width 36cm, height 78cm. £100-150
792 A George III mahogany knee-hole dressing table, rectangular top with a moulded edge, fitted with a single frieze drawer, three drawers to each pedestal and a recessed cupboard, bracket feet, width 92cm, height 85cm. £600-900
793 A George III mahogany small chest of drawers, rectangular top with moulded edge above a brushing slide, two short and three long graduating drawers, bracket feet, width 85cm, height 84cm £400-600
794 A George III mahogany pedestal table, circular tilt top, with a raised moulded edge, baluster column on tripod legs, diameter 56cm, height 72cm. £200-300
795 A joined oak wake table, 20th Century, oval top with two fall leaves, baluster double gate legs joined by stretchers, length 216cm, width 156cm, height 77cm. £400-600
796 A set of eight elm and ash Windsor type chairs, 20th Century, hoop backs with turned spindles, shaped seats, turned legs joined by crinoline stretchers, width 52cm, (8). £400-600
797 A George III mahogany bow and shape fronted pier cabinet, with satinwood banding and stringing, single shaped door, shaped apron, on splayed feet, width 82cm, height 91cm £300-500
798 A George III mahogany hanging corner cupboard, moulded cornice, multi-pane glazed door incorporating lancet arches, enclosing shelves with a single drawer under, width 70cm height 121cm. £100-150
799 A George III mahogany chest of drawers, rectangular top with a moulded edge, fitted with a brushing slide over four graduating long drawers, bracket feet, width 85cm, height 81cm. £600-900
800 A George III mahogany elbow chair, shaped cresting, lancet splat, gros point needlework, drop-in seat on square moulded legs, width 61cm. £70-100
801 A George III mahogany pedestal table, circular top with a moulded edge, ringed, column, tripod legs, diameter 53cm, height 69cm. £150-200
802 A George III mahogany whatnot, two graduated circular tiers each with moulded edge, turned and ringed column, three reeded legs, brass castors, height 94cm. £200-300
803 A George III mahogany chest on chest, dentil and cavetto moulded cornice, the upper section with two short and three long graduating drawers, the base with three further long drawers, all with replaced oval brass plaque handles, flanked by fluted strips, bracket feet, width 128cm, height 184cm. £300-500
804 A George III satinwood maple, inlaid and painted work table, hinged rectangular fixed top with canted corners, painted with a vase of flowers within a cartouche, fitted with a single drawer over a fabric 'basket' slide, square tapering supports, joined by an under tier, width 49cm, height 71cm. £300-500
805 A nest of three painted satinwood occasional tables, in the George III style, serpentine outlines, the largest painted with cherub vignettes within a rose and scroll surround, slender legs and standard ends, width 53cm and smaller, height 64cm. £150-200
805A A George III style mahogany and gilt gesso demi-lune console table, probably late 19th century, the mahogany top with cross-banding and stringing, the gilt gesso base with moulded ribbon tied acanthus husks and rosettes, width 152cm, depth 61cm. £300-500
806 A set of George III inlaid beechwood wall shelves, decorated with ornamental banding, and scroll work, scrolled pediment over three shelves, the lower tier incorporating two drawers, width 75cm, height 92cm. £100-150
807 A George III mahogany bowfront sideboard, fitted with drawers and a cupboard, ebony stringing, turned and ringed legs, width 138cm, height 92cm. £300-500
808 A George III mahogany work table, rectangular top above a drawer, square tapering legs joined by a stretcher, 49cm. £60-80
809 A George III mahogany mule chest, rectangular hinged top, fitted with two banks of two dummy drawers over four drawers, fluted quadrants, ogee bracket feet, width 177cm, height 108cm. £350-500
810 A George IV mahogany drop-leaf dining table, top with rounded corners and a reeded edge, the leaves supported by double gates of column form, reeded and splayed legs, 48cm x 106cm, height 70cm. £200-300
810A A George IV mahogany desk, tooled leather inset, fitted with five drawers, faced by five further drawers, square section supports, width 125cm, depth 76cm, height 78cm. £500-800
811 A George IV mahogany breakfast table, rectangular tilt top with rounded corners and broad crossbanding, tapering column, on four splayed and reeded legs, length 119cm, width 93cm, height 72cm. £100-150
812 A set of five Regency mahogany dining chairs, broad crestings, spiral twist horizontal rails, drop-in seats, on sabre legs, including an elbow chair with reeded arms, width 54 cm; together with a similar elbow chair, needlework drop-in seat, (6). £200-300
813 A Regency mahogany chiffonier, raised shelf with brass three-quarter gallery above a mirror, the base with a rectangular top, two drawers above a cupboard, bun feet, width 92cm, height 130cm. £100-150
814 Richard Northern, Hull A stained mahogany stick barometer, silvered chart with thermometer, signed Richd [sic.] Northern HULL, broken triangular pediment, plain moulded casing with rounded cistern cover, 98cm. £250-300
815 A Regency style painted wire-work three tier plant stand, step design, with an enclosed under tier, width 104cm, depth 61cm, height 90cm. £200-300
816 A Regency giltwood and composition wall mirror, rectangular plate, verre eglomise panels over, flanked by cluster columns, 77cm x 54cm. £150-200
817 A George II style 'China Trade' chinoiserie decorated black lacquered bureau dressing table, adjustable arched mirror oval, fall front enclosing part fitted interior with drawers, central cupboard and pigeon-holes, two drawers under, stand with cabriole legs, ball and claw feet, decorated throughout with flowers, foliage and birds, width 69cm, height 163cm. £500-800
818 A nest of three Sino-European carved hardwood tables, early 20th century, bowed form, decorated with Asiatic pheasants and scrolling foliage, within a key pattern border, standard ends, width 55cm and small, height 75cm, (3). £300-400
819 A Chinese carved hardwood stand, square shaped top with a marble inset, foliate and scroll frieze with fretwork, fitted with an under-tier, turned legs, ball and claw feet, 42cm square, height 80cm. £250-300
820 A Chinese hardwood occasional table, circular top with a marble inset, moulded edge, carved and pierced openwork scroll frieze, turned and carved column and on three scrolled legs with ball and claw feet, some losses, diameter 63cm, height 81cm. £80-120
821 A Chinese carved hardwood stand, circular top with a marble inset, feather-edge moulding, scrolled and fretted apron, shaped legs with an under tier, diameter 29cm, height 49cm. £80-120
822 A boudoir grand piano by Challen, number 50180, supplied by Harrods, iron framed and overstrung, ''Japanned'' chinoiserie case, shell capped cabriole legs, lyre pedal support, width 157cm, depth 145cm, height 98cm. £1000-1500
823 A Florentine style carved giltwood pier glass, rectangular plate, the frame with stiff scrolling acanthus, width 67cm, height 110cm. £300-500
824 A pair of French sky blue sateen foot stools, late 19th century, on gilt metal lion paw feet, upholstery defective, width 31cm, depth 26cm, height 14cm. £50-80
825 A French Second Empire rosewood and inlaid table a ouvrage, of triform section, hinged lid with a brass gallery enclosing a fabric lined interior, fluted uprights, conforming under tier on splayed legs, width 33cm, depth 35cm, height 74cm. £300-500
826 Louis XIV style ebonised stool, rectangular top with drop in striped upholstered seat, moulded and carved edge, scrolled legs and stretchers, the frame 66 x 77cm, height 45cm. £100-150
827 A French beechwood fauteuil, upholstered in check pattern cotton, moulded hoop back, open arms, fluted legs, width 60 cm. £100-150
828 A French ebonised Boulle work vitrine, 19th century, contre parte decoration with scroll motifs, ornamental flower urns, scrolls and mask heads, gilt metal appliques, glazed door enclosing shelves, stamped ''EHB'' presumably for Edward Holmes Baldock, width 74cm, height 114cm. £500-800
829 A French Third Republic kingwood rosewood and marquetry drop leaf table centre table, floral inlay in the Dutch style, gilt metal appliques, on cabriole legs, sabot toes, 82cm x 82cm (extended), height 72cm. £300-500
830 A Victorian gilt gesso girandole, shaped plate, the cresting with a Baroque cartouche and laurel, fitted with two cut glass branches issuing from the plate centre, each with faceted prismatic drops, width 65cm, height 102cm. £500-800
831 A late Victorian walnut and inlaid occasional table, circular tilt top with segmentary veneers, burr wood centre within a foliate and scrolled cartouche, serpentine outlines, ringed and fluted baluster column, tripod scrolled legs, with acanthus knees, diameter 78cm, height 67cm. £300-500
832 A Victorian figured walnut and marquetry work table, hinged oval top with later specimen wood roundel within ornamented stringing, blonde wood fretted interior, turned and carved standard ends, scrolled legs joined by a rail, width 64cm, height 72cm. £150-200
833 A Victorian walnut framed settee, double chair back with carved scrolled cresting, moulded frame, with scrolled grips, serpentine bow-front seat with a carved shell frieze, French scrolled cabriole legs, length 153cm, height 100cm. £500-800
834 A set of three graduating Victorian papier-mâché shaped oval trays, in the style of Jennens and Bettridge, gilt scrolled foliate decoration, some damage, 76cm x 57cm and smaller. £200-300
835 A Victorian ebonised and marquetry credenza, of break front form, gilt metal appliques, centre panel door, flanked by quadrant glazed doors, width 147cm, height 101cm. £300-500
836 A Victorian walnut and marquetry loo table, quartered veneers with urn motifs to the tilt top, five column support on carved and scrolled legs, width 130cm, depth 102cm. £200-300
837 A late Victorian brass coal scuttle, helmet shape with a neo-classical embossed top, handle opening mechanism, on a standard frame, incorporating the shovel, height 58cm. £80-120
838 A Victorian walnut spoon-back nursing chair, upholstered in buttoned blue dralon, scrolled and moulded arms, French cabriole legs with foliate knees, width 68cm, height 89cm. £100-150
839 A Victorian walnut figured and walnut marquetry chiffonier, shaped outline to the plain frieze, with plaster sections spacing doors with inlaid urn motifs, length 169cm, height 93cm. £400-600
840 A late Victorian walnut writing table, rectangular top with a tooled leather inset, moulded edge, kneehole surrounded by five drawers, scrolled carved brackets, spindle-turned apron, turned and ringed legs, width 134cm, depth 80cm, height 82cm. £300-500
841 A Victorian figured walnut card table, fold-over top with an ogee moulded edge, baize-lined interior, scrolled apron, fluted pear-shape column on carved and scrolled legs, width 91cm, height 75cm. £200-300
842 A boudoir grand piano, by Metzler, no. 128380, walnut case, iron framed and overstrung, on three square tapering legs, width 146cm, depth 142cm. £300-500
843 An early Victorian rosewood four-tier whatnot, with a balustraded three-quarter gallery turned and ringed uprights, the under tier with a single drawer, turned legs, width 46cm, height 117cm. £120-180
844 A Victorian rosewood framed stool, rectangular top with applique centred upholstered seat, moulded frame on X-shape moulded end supports, with a turned cross-rail, 49cm x 47cm, height 43cm. £100-150
845 A Victorian rosewood stool, gros point upholstery, rectangular seat on tapering barley twist legs, length 108cm, width 61cm, height 41cm. £100-150
846 A Victorian mahogany chest of drawers, fitted with three frieze drawers, the centre serving as a secretaire, over two short and two long drawers, bracket feet, width 125cm, height 88cm. £100-150
847 A Victorian mahogany work table of Pembroke design, with drop leaves, fitted with two end drawers over a framed slide, turned and ringed legs, depth 49cm, width 70cm. £150-200
848 A Victorian mahogany tea table, rectangular foldover top with rounded corners, plain frieze, octagonal baluster column, circular plinth on four carved paw feet, width 92cm, depth 47cm, height 71cm. £100-150
849 A Victorian mahogany shaving mirror on stand, adjustable oval mirror, over two hinged compartments, fluted column, moulded tripod legs, height 153cm £300-500
850 Ward Manufacturer, Leicester Square, London A mahogany adjustable reclining campaign chair, blue cloth upholstery, the back reclining with fold-out legs and an with a further reclining foot section on six brass wheel castors, labelled WARD MANUFACTURER, LONDON PATENTEE, width 68cm. John Ward Patentee and Manufacturer of self-propelling and self-acting chairs, ''By Special Appointment to The Queen and Royal Family, The Empresses of France, Russia, etc.'' £1500-2000
851 Carter's Patent 'Literary Machine' A late Victorian mahogany, brass and cast iron reading stand, the adjustable book rest above a circular rising top, on reeded iron column on four downswept cast foliate supports, paw feet with brass castors, applied label, extended height 109cm. £300-500
852 A nest of Edwardian mahogany quartetto tables, satinwood banding and stringing, slightly splayed square tapering legs with trellis frets, width 56cm and smaller, height 67cm. £300-400
853 An Edwardian brass fender, moulded curb, shaped rail over, with Rococo scrolls, cherubs and cartouches, width 136cm; together with a similar pair of andirons, likewise decorated with cherubs swags and scrolls, 28cm; and a set of three brass fire irons, (4). £120-180
854 'The Eclipse' cocktail table A walnut centre table, fold-out leaves with removable tray insert, labelled The Eclipse, patent no. 7254, Mappin & Webb, square top, square tapering legs, joined by X-stretchers, length 59cm, width 59cm, height 73cm. £120-180
855 An Anatolian rug, with three joined lozenge medallions, on a patterned field with botah motifs, multi-bordered, length 250cm, width 160cm. £300-500
856 A Kashan carpet, pale ground with central lozenge medallion, scrolled spandrels, broad floral border, approximate length 488cm, width 329cm. £350-450
857 A Caucasian runner, with five medallions on a pole, patterned blue ground, narrow border within guards, length 545cm, width 108cm. £400-600
Whisky
860 LINLITHGOW, 1982, MACKILLOP'S CHOICE, Lowlands Single Cask Malt Whisky, distilled 27 April 1982, bottled June 2001, cask no. 1343, bottle no. 290, in carton. £80-120
861 ARDBEG, 17 years old, Islay Single Malt Whisky, 70cl, 40% vol., in carton. £150-200
862 ARDBEG Committee YOUNG UIGEADAIL 'Oogling' Islay Single Malt Whisky, bottled 2006, 70cl, 59.9% vol. £250-350
863 Three bottles of Islay Single Malt Whiskies: ARDBEG, 10 years old, 70cl, 46% vol, in carton; CAOL ILA, 12 years old, 70cl, 43% vol, in carton; BOWMORE, 12 years old, 70cl, 40% vol., in tube (3 bottles) £60-80
864 ARRAN, Limited edition 1995-2002, Island Single Cask Malt Whisky, matured in Sherry Hogshead cask, cask 95/172, bottle 343 of 372, signed by Malt Master Gordon Mitchell, 70cl, 56.2% vol., in carton. £40-60
865 HIGHLAND PARK, 12 years old, old dumpy style bottle, Orkney Islands Single Malt Whisky, 70cl, 40% vol., in tube £70-100
866 JURA, 1986-1999, Gordon & MacPhail's CONNOISSEURS CHOICE, Islands Single Malt Whisky, 70cl, 40% vol., in carton. £60-80
867 Four bottles of Island Single Malt Whiskies: JURA, 10 years old, ISLE OF JURA, 70cl, 40% vol., in tin; JURA SUPERSTITION, 70cl, 43% vol., in carton; LEDAIG, Isle of Mull, 70cl, 42% vol. in carton; and TOBERMORY, 10 years old, Isle of Mull, 70cl, 40% vol. in carton (4 bottles) £80-120
868 LAPHROAIG, QUARTER CASK, Islay Single Malt Whisky, 70cl, 48% vol, in tube; and two bottles of 10 years old, 70cl, 40% vol.; one in tube (3 bottles) £60-80
869 TALISKER, 10 years old, Isle of Sky Single Malt Whisky, with map label, 1L, 45.8% vol., in carton; and TALISKER, 10 years old, 70cl, 45.8% vol, blue carton (2) £70-100
870 BANFF, 1976-2002, Gordon & MacPhail's CONNOISSEURS CHOICE, Highland Single Malt Whisky, 70cl, 40% vol., in carton. £60-100
871 BRORA, 24 years old, RARE MALTS SELECTION, Highland Single Malt Whisky, distilled 1977, bottled October 2001, bottle no. 3647, 70cl, 56.1% vol., in carton. £400-600
872 Four bottles of Highland Single Malt Whiskies: two DALWHINNIE, 15 years old, 70cl, 43% vol, different period bottling, in cartons; BALBLAIR, ELEMENTS, 70cl, 40% vol., in carton; OLD PULTENEY, 12 years old, 70cl, 40% vol, in carton (4 bottles) £80-120
873 GLEN ALBYN, 26 years old, THE OLD MALT CASK, Highland Single Malt Whisky, distilled 1974, bottled 2000 by Douglas Laing, one of 264 bottles, 70cl, 50% vol., in carton £100-150
874 GLEN GARIOCH, 10 years old, Highland Single Malt Whisky, 70cl, 40% vol., in tube; with two bottles of GLEN GARIOCH, 8 years old, each 70cl, 40% vol, in cartons (3 bottles) £70-100
875 GLEN GARIOCH, 21 years old, Highland Single Malt Whisky, limited edition no 8685, 70cl, 43% vol., in wooden box. £80-120
876 GLEN GRANT, 25 years old, Highland Single Malt Whisky, bottled by Gordon & MacPhail, 70cl, 40% vol.; together with GLEN GRANT PURE MALT, 70cl, 40% vol.; and GLEN GRANT, 10 years old, 70cl, 40% vol., each in cartons (3) £60-100
877 GLEN ORD, 12 years old, Northern Highland Single Malt Whisky, 70cl, 40% vol., in cartons (2 bottles) £80-100
878 GLENCADAM, 1987-2002, Gordon & MacPhail's CONNOISSEURS CHOICE, Highland Single Malt Whisky, 70cl, 40% vol., in carton. £50-80
879 GLENESK, 1985-2003, Gordon & MacPhail's CONNOISSEURS CHOICE, Highland Single Malt Whisky, 70cl, 40% vol., in carton. £150-200
880 Five bottles of assorted GLENFIDDICH Highland Single Malt Whisky: SPECIAL OLD RESERVE, 1L, US market, in tube; two 12 years old, 70cl, 40% vol., one in tube, one in tin; 18 years old, 70cl, 40% vol., in tube; 12 years old CAORAN RESERVE, 70cl, 40% vol., in tube (5 bottles) £120-180
881 GLENGLASSAUGH/ BLACKADDER, 23 years old, Highland Single Malt Whisky, distilled January 1974, bottled March 1997, cask reference 9766, one of 120 bottles, 70cl, 43% vol. £60-100
882 GLENMORANGIE, 18 years old, Highland Single Malt Whisky, old bottling, 70cl, 43% vol., in tube; and GLENMORANGIE 10 years old, Highland Single Malt Whisky, 70cl, 40% vol., in tin tube (2) £80-120
883 GLENMORANGIE 12 years old MILLENNIUM MALT, Highland 'First Fill' Single Malt Whisky, 70cl, 40% vol., in carton £80-120
884 GLENMORANGIE, 12 years old, GOLDEN RUM CASK, Highland Single Malt Whisky, 70cl, 40% vol., in tube £60-80
885 GLENMORANGIE, PORT WOOD FINISH/ SHERRY WOOD FINISH/ and MADEIRA WOOD FINISH, Highland Single Malt Whisky, 70cl, 43% vol. (Sherry Wood finish is 1L bottle), in tubes (3) £150-200
886 GLENMORANGIE 1990 SPEAKEASY, cask strength Highland Single Malt Whisky, 70cl, 59.7% vol., cask no. 9596, bottle no. 150, bottled 23.09.04 (lacking retailer's sack) £200-300
887 Four bottles of Highland Whiskies: GLENTURRET, 12 years old, 70cl, 40% vol. in tube; GLENTURRET, 10 years old, 70cl, 40% vol., in tube; OBAN, 14 years old, 70cl, 43% vol., in tube; GLENLIVET, 12 years old, 70cl, 40% vol., in carton (4 bottles) £100-150
888 GLENUGIE 27 year old, CHEIFTAN'S CHOICE, Highland Single Malt Whisky, bottled by Ian Macleod & Co, 70cl, 54.2% vol, in carton (cellophane window loose) £120-180
889 GLENURY ROYAL, 29 years old, RARE MALTS SELECTION, Highland Single Malt Whisky, distilled 1970, bottled October 1999, bottle no. 2154, 70cl, 57.0% vol., in carton. £200-300
890 LOCHSIDE, 21 years old, THE OLD MALT CASK, Highland Single Malt Whisky, distilled 1979, bottled 2000 by Douglas Laing, one of 306 bottles, 70cl, 50% vol., in carton. £100-150
891 MACALLAN, 15 years old, FINE OAK, Highland Single Malt Whisky, 70cl, 43% vol., in carton. £40-60
892 MACALLAN 10 years old, SHERRY WOOD, Highland Single Malt Whisky, 70cl, 40% vol., in 'Easter Elchies House' tins (2 bottles) £150-200
893 MACALLAN, 12 years old, SHERRY WOOD, Highland Single Malt Whisky, 1L, 43% vol., in carton £60-80
894 MACALLAN, 12 years old, ELEGANCIA, Highland Single Malt Whisky, matured in Spanish Oloroso and Fino Sherry casks, 1L, 40% vol., in carton £60-80
895 MILLBURN, 1976-2002, Gordon & MacPhail's CONNOISSEURS CHOICE, Highland Single Malt Whisky, 70cl, 40% vol., in carton. £100-150
896 MOSSTOWIE, 1979-1997, Gordon & MacPhail's CONNOISSEURS CHOICE, Highland Single Malt Whisky, 70cl, 40% vol., in carton £80-120
897 OLD PULTENEY, 1974, bottled for The Caithness Club, Highland Single Malt Whisky, 75cl, 56.9% vol. £60-100
898 Three bottles of Highland Single Malt Whiskies: STRATHISLA, 12 years old, 1980s bottling, 1L, 43% vol., in carton; GLEN SCOTIA, 14 years old, 1980s bottling, 70cl, 40% vol., in carton; GLEN DEVERON, 10 years old, distilled 1993, 70cl, 40% vol., in tube (3 bottles) £80-120
899 Five bottles of Highland Single Malt Whiskies: two TULLIBARDINE, 10 years old, 70cl, 40% vol., in tubes; ANCNOC, 12 years old, 70cl, 40% vol., in tube; ARDMORE, peated, 70cl, 46% vol., in tube; TOMATIN, 12 years old, 70cl, 40% vol., in tube (5 bottles) £120-150
900 AULTMORE, 1989-2001, Gordon & MacPhail's CONNOISSEURS CHOICE, Speyside Single Malt Whisky, 70cl, 40% vol., in carton. £50-80
901 BALMENACH, 1974-2002, Gordon & MacPhail's CONNOISSEURS CHOICE, Speyside Single Malt Whisky, 70cl, 40% vol., in carton. £50-80
902 BALVENIE 15 years old SINGLE BARREL, Speyside Single Malt Whisky, in cask 01.02.85, bottled 31.08.01, cask no. 268, bottle no. 60, 70cl, 50.4% vol; BALVENIE 12 years old, DOUBLE WOOD, Speyside Single Malt Whisky, 70cl, 40% vol., both in tubes (2 bottles) £80-120
903 BANFF, 1976 vintage, Speyside Natural Strength Single Cask Malt Whisky, limited edition bottling by The Classic Whisky Guild on behalf of Allan Skipper, 70cl, 53.5% vol. £80-120
904 CAPERDONICH 34 year old, Duncan Taylor RARE AULD Speyside Single Malt Whisky, distilled 12.1968, bottled 09.2003. Bottle No. 30/198 from Cask No.3568. 70cl, 41.8% volume, in carton. £150-200
905 COLEBURN, 1972-2002, Gordon & MacPhail's CONNOISSEURS CHOICE, Speyside Single Malt Whisky, 70cl, 40% vol., in carton. £100-150
906 CONVALMORE, 1981 vintage, Speyside Natural Strength Single Cask Malt Whisky, limited edition bottling by The Classic Whisky Guild on behalf of Alan Skipper, 70cl, 61.4% vol., in decanter-shaped bottle £80-120
907 DALLAS DHU, 21 years old, RARE MALTS SELECTION, Speyside Single Malt Whisky, distilled 1975, bottled April 1997, bottle no. 7126, 70cl, 61.9% vol., in carton. £150-200
908 GLEN MORAY, 16 years old, Speyside Single Malt Whisky, 70cl, 40% vol., in presentation Highland Regiments Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders tin; a 12 years old, 70cl, 40% vol., in carton; and an unaged bottle, 70cl, 40% vol., in tube (3 bottles) £80-120
909 GLENDULLAN, 23 years old, RARE MALTS SELECTION, Speyside Single Malt Whisky, distilled 1974, bottled May 1998, bottle no. 5683, 70cl, 63.1% vol., in carton. £120-180
910 GLENMOHR, 1978 vintage, Speyside Single Cask Malt Whisky, limited edition bottling by The Classic Whisky Guild on behalf of Alan Skipper, 70cl, 56.6% vol. £80-120
911 GLENROTHES, 11 years old, SAMPLE ROOM 1989, Speyside Single Malt Whisky, distilled 8th October 1989, approved 26th February 2000, bottled 2002, 70cl, 43% volume, in original card casing. £80-120
912 Three bottles of Speyside Single Malt Whiskies: STRAITHMILL, 12 years old; GLEN SPEY, 12 years old; INCHGOWER 14 years old, each 70cl, 40% vol. (3 bottles) £60-80
913 Six bottles of Speyside Single Malt Whiskies: TORMORE, 12 years old, 70cl, 40% vol., in tube; GLENFARCLAS, 10 years old, 70cl. 40% vol.; in tube; BENROMACH TRADITIONAL, 70cl, 40% vol., in tin; ABERLOUR, 10 years old, 70cl, 40% vol., in tube; AUCHROISK, 10 years old, THE SINGLETON , 70cl, 40% vol.; and TAMDHU, unaged, 70cl, 40% vol., in carton (6 bottles) £100-150
914 EDRADOUR, 11 years old, STRAIGHT FROM THE CASK, distilled 7th Aug 1991, bottled 12th May 2003, cask no. 268, one of 922 bottles, matured in Sherry butt, 50cl, 58.3% vol., in wooden box; The Malt Encyclopaedia, volume IV, by Waverley Vintners Ltd, including six 5cl miniatures, in box; a novelty globe bottling for Stylish Whisky, 20cl, 40% vol.; and a quantity of books on Whisky including Alfred Bernard's The Whisky Distilleries of the United Kingdom, Birlinn, 2003, Andrew Jefford's Peat Smoke and Spirit, Headline, 2004 (a quantity) £50-80
915 MIDLETON, 2001, VERY RARE Irish Whiskey, bottle no. 32126, 70cl, 40% vol., in wooden presentation box £100-150
916 SUNTORY YAMAZAKI 12 years old, Single Malt Whisky, 70cl, 43%, in carton £50-70


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