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Antiques & Collectors Items

Tuesday, June 22 2010

Summer Auction of Fine Art and Antiques, Antiques and Collectors' Items

Viewing Saturday 10am-4pm, Sunday 12pm-4pm, Monday 10am-7pm immediately prior to sale. Open on mornings of sale (Tuesday and Wednesday) from 8.30am until 10am for viewing. Sale starts promptly at 10am each day. Please remember that if you want to leave a commission bid or bid by telephone we need all instructions by Monday 6.30pm before sale.

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Lot 101

A Fieldings Crown Devon pottery "Roamin' In The Gloamin'" musical jug, 8ins high, a Wedgwood pottery "John Peel" moulded jug, 6ins high, and a Sunderland lustre jug, 6.25ins high (cracked and chipped)

Guide Price: £70-100

Lot 102

Five Caverswall porcelain limited edition circular plates depicting Charles Dickens scenes, each 11ins diameter

Guide Price: £50-70

Lot 103 SOLD FOR: £ 50

An early 20th Century suede-covered pottery vase decorated with cubist design, 8.5ins high

Guide Price: £50-70

Lot 104 SOLD FOR: £ 100

A 19th Century mocha pottery cylindrical tankard modelled with frog to interior, 5ins high, and a selection of china various

Guide Price: £70-100

Lot 105

Four coloured pot lids - "Shakespeare's Birthplace" (Ball No. 226), 4.25ins diameter, "Thames Embankment" (Ball No. 197), 4ins diameter, "French Street Scene" (Ball No. 312), 4.75ins diameter and "Hauling the Trawl" (Ball No. 53), 4ins diameter (latter three framed)

Guide Price: £150-200

Lot 106 SOLD FOR: £ 50

Two coloured pot lids - "The First Appeal" (Ball No. 329C) and "The Second Appeal"( Ball No. 330B), each 4.25ins diameter and bases for same

Guide Price: £45-60

Lot 107

A 19th Century terracotta figure of a seated dog, 7.25ins high, a set of three 19th Century Copeland porcelain graduated jugs, 6ins, 7ins and 9ins high respectively, and a pair of 19th Century Venetian engraved and moulded glass vases, 9.5ins high

Guide Price: £70-100

Lot 108 SOLD FOR: £ 80

A Royal Worcester porcelain miniature jug enamelled in colours by N. Powell with a blue tit, 2.5ins high (green printed mark and date code for 1936), and a selection of decorative china, various

Guide Price: £50-70

Lot 109 SOLD FOR: £ 340

A 19th Century Continental pottery tobacco jar and cover - Child on the back of an ostrich with a standing woman, 15.5ins high (impressed G and St. 1805 to base - restoration to base)

Guide Price: £250-350

Lot 110 SOLD FOR: £ 220

A 19th Century pottery Continental tobacco jar - Elephant and driver, with a monkey, 7ins high (impressed W. & C1090 to base - tusks restored), and one other similar, 5.5ins high (impressed 550 to base - See Horowitz, Page 155 for similar examples)

Guide Price: £60-80

Lot 111 SOLD FOR: £ 420

Three 19th Century Austrian pottery tobacco jars and covers by Johann Maresch - Female pig with a cup of tea, 7ins high (impressed 3317) - Male pig with an umbrella, 6.5ins high (impressed 3308 - See Horowitz, Page 147, figs. 655 and 656) - Tabby cat with a fan, 7ins high (impressed 3589 - See Horowitz, Page 143, fig. 631)

Guide Price: £100-150

Lot 112 SOLD FOR: £ 380

Three 19th Century Austrian pottery tobacco jars and covers by Johann Maresch - Dog with "Times", 7ins high (impressed 3322) - Dog with walking stick, 7ins high (impressed 3316 - base cracked) - Dog with monocle, 7.5ins high (impressed 3321 - base cracked - See Horowitz, Page 138, figs. 610 and 607 for latter two)

Guide Price: £100-150

Lot 113 SOLD FOR: £ 140

A 19th Century Continental pottery tobacco jar and cover - Begging poodle, 10ins high (base restored - See Horowitz, Page 140, fig. 620)

Guide Price: £80-120

Lot 114 SOLD FOR: £ 200

A 19th Century German pottery tobacco jar and cover by Bernard Bloch - Cat's head with a pill box hat, 6.5ins high (impressed BB8007), a Continental porcelain ditto - Dog's head with a hat, 5ins high (See Horowitz, Page 135, fig. 593), a pottery ditto - Seated dog, 6ins high, and an Austrian ditto - Dachshund in a sack, 5ins high

Guide Price: £120-160

Lot 115 SOLD FOR: £ 140

Two 19th Century Continental pottery tobacco jars and covers - Head of a husky dog, 8ins high (impressed A37), and Head of a dog with a collar, 4.5ins high, and a similar cylindrical ditto moulded with begging dogs, 4.25ins overall

Guide Price: £80-120

Lot 116 SOLD FOR: £ 140

Four Continental pottery tobacco jars and covers - Seated elephant, 7ins high (impressed 8021 - See Horowitz, Page 154, fig. 687) - Seated bear, 6.5ins high (impressed 6676/7 - cracked - See Horowitz, Page 158, fig. 704) - Seated cat, 6.5ins high (impressed 7341 - See Horowitz, Page 142, fig. 629) - Frog, 5.5ins high (impressed 6013 - cover cracked - See Horowitz, Page 160, fig. 715)

Guide Price: £150-200

Lot 117 SOLD FOR: £ 170

Three Continental pottery tobacco jars and covers - Seated frog with pipe, 7.5ins high (impressed 4084/63) - Frog, 5.5ins high (impressed 6015/10 - See Horowitz, Page 160, figs. 721 and 715 respectively) - Seated bear, 6.25ins high (impressed 6676/32)

Guide Price: £100-150

Lot 118 SOLD FOR: £ 120

A 19th Century Continental pottery tobacco jar and cover - Standing owl, 10.5ins high (impressed C & H56 - cover cracked), and two ditto - Head of an owl, 5ins high (base chipped) - Owl, 6ins high (impressed 17/7A)

Guide Price: £120-160

Lot 119 SOLD FOR: £ 80

Two Continental pottery tobacco jars and covers by L. & M. - Ram's head, 4.75ins high (impressed 586) - Cockerel's head, 6.25ins high (impressed 585 - base cracked and repaired)

Guide Price: £60-80

Lot 120 SOLD FOR: £ 100

A Continental pottery tobacco jar and cover - Head of a boxer dog, 3.75ins high, and an Eichwald pottery ditto - Dog's head, 4.75ins high (impressed mark and No. 1711 to base)

Guide Price: £60-80

Lot 121 SOLD FOR: £ 80

Five Continental porcelain tobacco jars and covers - Seated monkey, 6.25ins high (See Horowitz, Page 151, fig. 677) - Seated monkey embracing chimp, 5.5ins high - Head of a monkey, 4.5ins high - Two turkeys, each 4.25ins high (one cracked)

Guide Price: £100-150

Lot 122 SOLD FOR: £ 120

A Staffordshire pottery tobacco jar and cover - Seated lion worded "British Lion", 7ins high, a Continental porcelain ditto - Tiger's head, 4.5ins high (indistinct impressed number to base), and a Continental pottery ditto -Lion's head with glass eyes, 4.5ins high

Guide Price: £70-100

Lot 123 SOLD FOR: £ 50

A pair of Eichwald pottery pipe holders modelled as figures and horses by a wall, 7.5ins and 7.25ins high (impressed marks and Nos. 2624 to bases)

Guide Price: £80-120

Lot 124 SOLD FOR: £ 90

A Continental bisque porcelain tobacco jar and cover - Jockey's head, 4.5ins high, a pottery ditto - Jockey's head, possibly Herbert Mornington Canon, 5.25ins high (cover and jar associated), and two similar ditto, 5.25ins high, and 5ins high

Guide Price: £70-100

Lot 125 SOLD FOR: £ 110

A 19th Century Austrian tobacco jar and cover by Bernard Bloch -Fisherman, 7.5ins high (impressed BB757), a similar Continental pottery ditto, 5.75ins high (No. 8462 to base and with indistinct signature to back) and two small terracotta pottery jars and covers -Fishermen's heads, 4ins and 4.25ins high

Guide Price: £60-80

Lot 126 SOLD FOR: £ 130

Two Continental pottery tobacco jars and covers - Sultan's head, 5.5ins high - Cossack soldier's head, 7ins high (impressed MD to base), and one other tobacco jar and cover, 7ins high

Guide Price: £80-120

Lot 127 SOLD FOR: £ 130

A 19th Century Continental pottery tobacco jar and cover by William Schiller & Sohn - Sultan's head, 6ins high (impressed mark and No. 15 to base), a ditto - Cossack soldier's head, 7.25ins high (impressed MD to base), and one other tobacco jar and cover, 6.25ins high

Guide Price: £80-120

Lot 128 SOLD FOR: £ 100

Two late 19th Century German porcelain tobacco jars and covers - Kneeling Japanese woman, 10ins high (with slight damage) - Kneeling Chinaman, 9ins high (cover restored and jar cracked - possibly by Conta & Bohme, No. 2395 - See Horowitz, Page 119, figs. 521 and 520 respectively)

Guide Price: £125-160

Lot 129 SOLD FOR: £ 80

Two 19th Century German porcelain tobacco jars and covers - Gentleman reading the "Times", 9.75ins high (chipped to spectacle and rim of base) - Gentleman smoking a pipe, 8.25ins high (cracked to cover and pipe restored - See Horowitz, Page 129, fig. 560 and page 128, fig 559 - both possibly by Conta & Bohme)

Guide Price: £100-150

Lot 130 SOLD FOR: £ 240

Three German pottery tobacco jars and covers by Bernard Bloch - Seated flute player, 10.25ins high (impressed mark BB143 - See Horowitz "Figural Humidors of Bernard Bloch", Page 34, fig. 137) - Seated sleeping man with pipe, 9ins high (impressed BB365 to base) - Standing schoolmaster, 9.5ins high (impressed BB147 - cracked - See Horowitz, Page 15, fig. 43)

Guide Price: £150-200

Lot 131 SOLD FOR: £ 200

Two 19th Century German pottery tobacco jars and covers - Seated Cavalier, 8.25ins high (impressed BB77 - See Horowitz, Page 88, fig. 391) - Standing Cavalier, 10ins high (impressed BB149)

Guide Price: £100-150

Lot 132 SOLD FOR: £ 140

A 19th Century German porcelain tobacco jar and cover - Turkish man kneeling on a fallen soldier, 9.5ins high (possibly Conta & Bohme - with restoration and cracked)

Guide Price: £80-120

Lot 133 SOLD FOR: £ 180

A Continental porcelain tobacco jar and cover - Napoleon's head, 7.25ins high (cover with crack), and two Staffordshire pottery ditto - busts of Wellington, each 7ins high

Guide Price: £100-150

Lot 134 SOLD FOR: £ 150

A Continental bronzed terracotta tobacco jar and cover - German General (possibly Kaiser Wilhelm), 9ins high (impressed I & C48 to base), and two Continental pottery ditto - Head of Bismark, 6.5ins high (impressed 524021 to base) - Head of a French civilian official, 6ins high (See Horowitz, Page 27, fig. 076, and page 26, fig 069 for latter two)

Guide Price: £120-160

Lot 135 SOLD FOR: £ 210

Two Continental porcelain tobacco jars and covers - Head of a Suffragette, 6ins high (See Horowitz, Page 39, fig. 151) - Head of William Booth, Founder of the Salvation Army, 6ins high

Guide Price: £100-150

Lot 136 SOLD FOR: £ 90

A Robinson & Leadbetter Parianware cylindrical tobacco jar and cover -Gladstone emerging from a tree trunk, 6ins high (impressed mark to base), and a Falconware pottery ditto - Head of Churchill, 5.25ins high (gilt mark to base - cracked)

Guide Price: £60-80

Lot 137 SOLD FOR: £ 90

A Continental pottery tobacco jar and cover - Bust of a sailor, 6ins high, and two Continental porcelain ditto - Head of a sailor with a hatband worded "H.M.S. Drake", 4.25ins high - Head of a Jolly Sailor, 4.5ins high

Guide Price: £70-100

Lot 138 SOLD FOR: £ 120

A Staffordshire pottery double sided tobacco jar and cover - Sailor, worded "H.M.S. Terrible - Our Navy" and "Our Army", 5.75ins high (impressed No. 406932 to base - cracked to cover), and an Austrian pottery ditto - Sailor, worded "H.M.S. Nelson", 6ins high (impressed BB400 to base - cracked to jar)

Guide Price: £60-80

Lot 139 SOLD FOR: £ 170

A Continental pottery tobacco jar and cover by Bros. Urbach - Head of Lord Kitchener, 5.5ins high (impressed BU368 to base), a ditto by Bernard Bloch - Lenin, 4.75ins high (impressed BB8286), and two other Continental pottery tobacco jars and covers, 5ins and 5.75ins high

Guide Price: £120-160

Lot 140 SOLD FOR: £ 170

Two German pottery tobacco jars and covers by Bernard Bloch - Boer War Officer's head, 6ins high (incised 8159) - Boer War "City Imperial Volunteer's" soldier, 6ins high (incised 8160 - See Horowitz, Page 26, figs. 073 and 074)

Guide Price: £60-80

Lot 141 SOLD FOR: £ 130

Two Continental porcelain tobacco jars and covers - Head of a Boer War soldier, 5ins high - Head of a War pilot, 6ins high (moulded 8460 to base)

Guide Price: £60-80

Lot 142 SOLD FOR: £ 180

Two Continental pottery tobacco jars and covers - Head of General Custer, 7ins high - Head of Sitting Bull, 7.75ins high

Guide Price: £100-150

Lot 143 SOLD FOR: £ 100

A 19th Century German porcelain tobacco jar and cover by Conta & Bohme - Standing sailor, 9.5ins high (incised 256 to lid - See Horowitz, Page 127, fig. 553)

Guide Price: £80-120

Lot 144 SOLD FOR: £ 130

A Continental stoneware cylindrical tobacco jar and cover commemorating the French/Algerian Campaigns - Zouave in front of a sentry box and worded "Qui Vive?", 7.75ins high (impressed 275T to base), and a painted terracotta ditto - Standing figure of Garibaldi next to a wicker basket, 6.75ins high (impressed FCW170 to base - base cracked)

Guide Price: £120-160

Lot 145 SOLD FOR: £ 100

A terracotta pottery tobacco jar and cover - Head of Paul Kruger, 6ins high (impressed "Kruger 1900" to back of neck and with indistinct mark), and two Continental pottery ditto - Head of Piet Joubert, one glazed and one unglazed, 5ins high (impressed 3665 to base of each)

Guide Price: £70-100

Lot 146 SOLD FOR: £ 170

A 19th Century Staffordshire pottery "Crimean War" tobacco jar and cover printed with "The Dragoon Charge - Balaklava", 7.75ins high

Guide Price: £80-120

Lot 147 SOLD FOR: £ 230

A late 19th Century Meissen porcelain figure of a standing huntsman, 5.5ins high and a pair of Continental porcelain figures of a standing lady and gentleman, each 7.75ins high

Guide Price: £100-150

Lot 148 SOLD FOR: £ 50

A German porcelain group of three figures advertising "Yardley's Lavender", 11.75ins high (a.f.)

Guide Price: £70-100

Lot 149 SOLD FOR: £ 70

A Meissen porcelain cup and saucer enamelled in colours, a ditto green and white vase and cover, 4ins high (each with blue crossed swords marks to base), a pair of modern Belleek heart-shaped baskets 5ins x 4.25ins diameter (impressed marks), four bisque porcelain groups of various animals, and three small porcelain dogs

Guide Price: £70-100

Lot 150

A pair of Continental porcelain oval plaques painted in colours after David Teniers with villagers dancing, 10ins x 14ins (black printed mark "Lille 1767" to backs), in ebonised and gilt frames

Guide Price: £200-300