Auctioneers, Valuers of Fine art,
Antiques & Collectors Items

Tuesday, September 06 2011

Two Day Sale of Fine Art, Antiques and Collectables

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 369 SOLD FOR: £ 460

Two 19th Century coloured engravings - "London 1845" (from "The Illustrated London News") - Panoramic views of London along the river Thames, each 11.5ins x 47ins, in moulded walnut(?) frames and glazed

Guide Price: £250-400

Lot 370 SOLD FOR: £ 80

Tombleson (19th Century) - Coloured engraving - "Greenwich Hospital", with ornate printed border, 8.75ins x 6.75ins, published by Thombleson & Co, 11 Paternoster Row, and fourteen ditto, various (all in Hogarth frames and glazed)

Guide Price: £80-120

Lot 371

Joseph Lee (born 1876) - Pen and ink sketch - Caricature from "Punch" - "London Laughs : British Board of Film Censors" - "I think we deserve a little relaxation tonight, Stukins....Let's go to the Pictures", on card 15.25ins x 11.25ins, signed and bears date 7-10-37 (unframed) Provenance : Purchased from Colin Roberts, 78 Salvington Hill, High Salvington, Worthing, West Sussex BN13 3BD

Guide Price: £120-180

Lot 372

Edward Duncan (1803-1882) after W.J. Huggins (1781-1845) - Coloured aquatint - "A View of Freetown, Sierra Leone", 13.5ins x 23ins, published September 14th 1837 (somewhat discoloured and generally foxed), and W.L. Walton (fl. mid 19th Century) - Coloured lithograph - "Procession to Ibu", engraved by Day & Haghe, 7.25ins x 10.5ins, published September 1940 by John Murray (some discoloured), both in moulded and gilt frames and glazed

Guide Price: £200-300

Lot 373

A late 19th/early 20th Century Japanese scroll painting - Standing deer in mountainous landscape, image size 42ins x 18ins

Guide Price: £70-100

Lot 374

Henry Dawson Snr (1811-1878) - Pencil drawing heightened in white - Shipping scene on a moonlit night, 7ins x 5ins, with initials and dated November 1854, in modern painted frame and glazed

Guide Price: £150-200

Lot 375

Edward Burra (1905-1976) - Lithograph - Interior scene with figures, 19ins x 16.5ins, signed, in moulded maple frame and glazed

Guide Price: £700-1000

Lot 376 SOLD FOR: £ 130

Philip Boileau (1864-1917) - Chromo lithograph - Shoulder length portrait of a young woman, 27.25ins x 18.75ins, in oak frame and glazed

Guide Price: £100-150

Lot 377 SOLD FOR: £ 20

F.B. (?) - Pastel drawing - Portrait of a nude woman, 11.5ins x 7.5ins, indistinctly signed and dated 12th November 1989, in ebonised frame and glazed

Guide Price: £80-120

Lot 378 SOLD FOR: £ 280

16th/17th Italian School after Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519) - Pen and ink sketch depicting four heads, 4.25ins x 7.25ins, inscribed "Leonardo" to border and one other pen and ink sketch of a figure on horseback, 6.75ins x 6.75ins, both unsigned, in moulded frames and glazed Provenance : Miss Clare Lawson Dick 1913-1987 and thence by family descent

Guide Price: £200-300

Lot 379 SOLD FOR: £ 320

17th/18th Italian School - Sanguine drawing - "The Holy Family", 10ins x 7.25ins, apparently unsigned, in modern gilt moulded frame and glazed Provenance : The Parker Gallery, 2 Albemarle Street, London W1X 3HF Provenance : Miss Clare Lawson Dick 1913-1987 and thence by family descent

Guide Price: £125-160

Lot 380 SOLD FOR: £ 1250

A George V silver rectangular two-handled tray with shaped and moulded border, 22.5ins x 12.75ins, by Mackay & Chisholm Edinburgh 1927 (weight 62ozs - engraved to centre with Greenway crest)

Guide Price: £900-1200

Lot 381 SOLD FOR: £ 840

A George III silver salver with shaped and cast rim and engraving to centre, on three scroll feet, 13.5ins diameter, London 1813 (weight 41ozs)

Guide Price: £600-700

Lot 382 SOLD FOR: £ 500

A George V silver circular salver, the moulded rim with shell and leaf cast border, 13ins diameter, by C.B. & S., Sheffield 1922 (weight 27ozs)

Guide Price: £400-500

Lot 383 SOLD FOR: £ 600

An Edward VII silver circular salver with reeded shaped rim, 14ins diameter, by Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1909 (weight 29ozs - engraved to centre)

Guide Price: £500-700

Lot 384 SOLD FOR: £ 460

A George III silver salver with shaped piecrust rim, later engraved to centre with flowers and leaves, 10ins diameter, by William Burrows, London 1808 (weight 21ozs)

Guide Price: £300-400

Lot 385

A George III silver waiter with shell moulded piecrust border, on three pad feet, 7ins diameter, by Lothian Ann Robertson, Edinburgh 1762 (weight 8ozs - engraved to centre)

Guide Price: £400-600

Lot 386 SOLD FOR: £ 360

An Edward VIII silver circular salver with plain moulded rim, 9.5ins diameter, by The Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company, London 1936 (weight 17ozs - engraved to centre)

Guide Price: £200-300

Lot 387 SOLD FOR: £ 420

An Edward VII silver circular salver with shaped and moulded rim, 10ins diameter, by T.B. & S., Sheffield 1935 (weight 20ozs)

Guide Price: £250-350

Lot 388 SOLD FOR: £ 720

An early Victorian silver three piece tea service with plain bulbous bodies, comprising - teapot, two-handled sugar basin and milk jug, by Hunt & Roskell, London 1848 (weight 39ozs)

Guide Price: £650-800

Lot 389 SOLD FOR: £ 680

A George V silver three piece tea service, the bulbous bodies with gadroon mounts to rims, comprising - teapot, two-handled sugar basin and milk jug, by The Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company, London 1911/1912 (gross weight 36ozs)

Guide Price: £500-700

Lot 390 SOLD FOR: £ 740

An Edward VII silver three piece tea service, the plain bulbous bodies with shaped rims and splayed feet, comprising - teapot, two-handled sugar basin and milk jug, by C.C.P., London 1901 (gross weight 39ozs - engraved and dated 1901 to bodies)

Guide Price: £400-600

Lot 391 SOLD FOR: £ 920

A George VI plain silver tea service of early 18th Century design, comprising spherical teapot, hot water jug, milk jug, and sugar bowl, by T.D. & S., Birmingham, 1943, 1944 and 1945 (gross weight 48ozs - engraved with Greenway crest)

Guide Price: £600-800

Lot 392 SOLD FOR: £ 520

A George IV silver coffee pot with plain bulbous body and leaf capped spout and handle, 7.75ins high, by Robert Hennell II, London 1829 (gross weight 24ozs - engraved)

Guide Price: £600-800

Lot 393 SOLD FOR: £ 380

A late Victorian silver coffee pot with bulbous part reeded body and ebonised handle, 9.5ins high, by Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1896 (gross weight 21ozs)

Guide Price: £300-400

Lot 394 SOLD FOR: £ 440

A George V silver three piece tea service with part reeded bodies, Sheffield 1915, comprising - teapot, 6ins high, two-handled sugar basin and milk jug (gross weight 25ozs)

Guide Price: £300-400

Lot 395 SOLD FOR: £ 380

A late Victorian silver three piece tea service with oval part reeded bodies, comprising - teapot, two-handled sugar basin and milk jug, by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1890 (gross weight 20ozs - each piece engraved with armorial)

Guide Price: £300-400

Lot 396 SOLD FOR: £ 200

A George V silver cylindrical tankard with plain tapered sides, 4.75ins high, Birmingham 1926 (weight 9ozs)

Guide Price: £150-200

Lot 397 SOLD FOR: £ 540

A pair of George VI silver tankards of 18th Century design with plain tapered cylindrical bodies, 5.25ins high, by B. & F. Ltd, Birmingham 1944 (weight 24ozs - engraved and slightly dented)

Guide Price: £350-500

Lot 398 SOLD FOR: £ 460

A George V silver circular cake basket, the shaped rim and handle with swag and bellflower ornament, on circular footrim, 11ins diameter x 4ins high, by D. & B., Birmingham 1923 (weight 24ozs)

Guide Price: £350-450

Lot 399 SOLD FOR: £ 720

A Victorian silver two-handled prize cup and cover, with cast soldier finial, the body engraved with leaf scrolls and bead mounts, 16.5ins high, by H.H., London 1878 (weight 36ozs - inscribed)

Guide Price: £550-700

Lot 400 SOLD FOR: £ 540

A late Victorian silver two-handled rose bowl the rim with embossed shell leaf border, 8.5ins diameter x 8ins high, by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1899 (weight 27ozs - inscribed)

Guide Price: £450-600

Lot 401

A George III silver urn pattern pepper caster, 5.25ins high, by John Delmester London 1762 (weight 4ozs) a similar ditto caster, 5.5kins high, London 1790 (slightly dented), and a selection of silver items, various

Guide Price: £300-400

Lot 402 SOLD FOR: £ 160

A late Victorian silver sugar caster with bulbous spiral moulded body, 3.75ins high, by RR, Sheffield 1896, (weight 8ozs)

Guide Price: £120-160

Lot 403 SOLD FOR: £ 560

A George V silver circular rose bowl with plain sides, 9.75ins diameter x 7ins high, Birmingham 1914 (weight 28ozs - hallmarks slightly rubbed and slight wear to sides)

Guide Price: £450-600

Lot 404 SOLD FOR: £ 120

A late Victorian silver mounted cased green glass inkwell of milk pail design, 2ins diameter x 2.25ins high, London 1897, by A.C. & Co, retailed by Asprey (slightly worn)

Guide Price: £100-150

Lot 405 SOLD FOR: £ 300

A Victorian silver three piece private communion set engraved with the Sacred Monogram, comprising - patten of shaped outline, 2.75ins, by J.J.M.W., London 1886, a wine jug, 3.75ins high, and chalice, 3.75ins high, both by J.J.W, London 1884, in fitted case (weight 4.5ozs)

Guide Price: £120-160

Lot 406 SOLD FOR: £ 120

A late Victorian silver oval sweetmeat basket of Neo-classical design with bead mounts and pierced sides, 3.5ins x 2.5ins x 2ins high, by G.N.R.H., Chester 1895 (weight 2ozs and blue glass liner for same), and an Edward VIII silver oval sauce boat with shaped rim, on three hoof pattern feet, 6.5ins overall, by A. Bros Ltd, Birmingham 1936 (weight 3ozs)

Guide Price: £80-120

Lot 407 SOLD FOR: £ 300

A George V silver trinket box inset to lid with a William III 1696 Crown, 5ins square x 3ins high, by Carrington & Co, London 1913, No. 10102 (weight 12ozs)

Guide Price: £220-270

Lot 408 SOLD FOR: £ 400

Two pairs of George IV silver circular salts with gadroon mounts to rims, each 3.5ins diameter x 1.75ins high, by M.B., Birmingham 1821 and 1827 (weight 16ozs), and four Georgian silver Old English pattern salt spoons (various dates and makers)

Guide Price: £250-350

Lot 409

A George V silver rectangular trinket box, the lid cast in relief with pastoral landscape, 2.25ins x 1.5ins x .75ins high, by S.J., London 1910 (weight 2ozs - slightly dented)

Guide Price: £120-160

Lot 410 SOLD FOR: £ 380

A George II silver brandy warmer with plain tapered sides and turned wood handle, the body 3.5ins diameter x 2.25ins high, by Richard Bailey, London 1737 (gross weight 4ozs - engraved)

Guide Price: £400-600

Lot 411 SOLD FOR: £ 200

A George I silver pepper pot with plain baluster moulded body and engraved top, 3.5ins high, possibly by Edward Gibbon I, London 1725 (weight 3ozs)

Guide Price: £150-200

Lot 412 SOLD FOR: £ 140

A George V silver two-handled christening cup, 2.25ins high, and a spoon, by The Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company, London 1916 (weight 6.5ozs - both pieces engraved), contained in fitted case

Guide Price: £125-160

Lot 413 SOLD FOR: £ 80

A pair of George V silver oval sauce boats with shaped rims, on scroll toes with hoof pattern feet, 6.25ins overall, by Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1938 (weight 6ozs)

Guide Price: £100-150

Lot 414 SOLD FOR: £ 130

A late Victorian silver pepper pot, the spiral reeded body cast with floral ornament and oval cartouche, 4.75ins high, by Atkin Bros, Sheffield 1895 (weight 3ozs), a pair of ditto pepper pots, the bulbous bodies cast with scroll ornament, 3.5ins high, London 1890 and 1891 (maker's marks a little rubbed - gross weight 2ozs - maker's marks a little rubbed), and a silver rectangular salt

Guide Price: £80-120

Lot 415

An early 20th Century cut-glass and silvery metal mounted perfume atomiser of Art Dec design, 8ins high (mount stamped Sterling Silver) and a George V cut-glass and silver mounted scent bottle, 5ins high, and stopper for same (silver hallmarked Birmingham 1911 - mount loose and rim of glass chipped in several places)

Guide Price: £60-80

Lot 416 SOLD FOR: £ 140

An Elizabeth II silver Armada dish, 6.75ins high, by Mappin & Webb, London 1963 (weight 8ozs - with engraved monogram and date 24th March 1939-1964)

Guide Price: £100-150

Lot 417 SOLD FOR: £ 240

A George V silver cylindrical sugar castor with moulded stepped rims, 7ins high, Birmingham 1913, a George V silver cast annointing spoon by S.G, London 1910 (gross weight 8ozs), a pair of silver pillar candlesticks, 2.5ins high (dented), a George VI silver cigarette case, and a silvery metal mesh purse

Guide Price: £120-160

Lot 418 SOLD FOR: £ 300

An early Victorian silver gilt rectangular card case engraved with leaf and C-scroll ornament, 4ins x 2.75ins, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1845 (weight 2ozs - gilding rubbed), with maroon leather case for same (case damaged)

Guide Price: £150-200