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Thursday, April 24, 2014
Antique and General Sale - Over 600 lots to include antique and general furniture, household goods, ceramics, jewellery, paintings, brass, copper items. WE WILL BE RECEIVING ITEMS FOR THIS SALE ON MONDAY 14TH AND TUESDAY 15TH APRIL, from 8.30am - 4.30pm please note we are closed for lunch 12-1pm

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Thursday, April 10, 2014
Antique and General Sale - Over 500 lots to include, jewellery, silver, plate, ceramics, pictures, white goods, antique and modern pine furniture to include ERCOL elm dining suite, Ercol wall display unit, Ercol Refectory table, 6 chairs, sideboard and a nest of tables. Modern light oak sideboard, leather Chesterfield Settee, Leather wing back armchair and a tub chair, reproduction two train wall clock, a TORO XL320 ride on mower, a collection of paintings by EW Williamson (local interest) and a collection of cranberry PLEASE NOTE THERE WILL BE A CHARGE OF 1 FOR OUR GENERAL SALE CATALOGUES

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Thursday, March 26, 2009 - 11.00

Furniture & Fine Art Sale - Jewellery 56 Lots, Watches, Plated Ware/ Silver 85 Lots, Metal Ware 20 Lots Glassware 12 Lots, Beswick 25 Lots, Ceramics 78 Lots, Collectors 110 Lots, Books, Sporting 80 Lots, Prints, Watercolours Oil Paintings 50 Lots, Barometers, Mantel Clocks, Wall Clocks, Longcase clocks, Oak Furniture 45 Lots, English Furniture 50 Lots, Garden.

The above Auction had 603 lots, they were as follows:

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Lot No Description Low Est High Est Hammer
456 20TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL STUDY OF A WIRE HAIRED TERRIOR oil on board, 15x19, framed. 100 200
457 CECIL ALDIN "THE GARTH", COLOURED PRINT, published by Alfred Bell & Co., Old Bond Street, London, 1925, signed with remarque, framed 16x25 excluding margin. 400 600
458 ROY WILLIAMS WAITING FOR WILLY BORDER COUNTIES NORTH WEST OTTER HUNT, a colour reproduction, signed in pencil and also by Timothy Groves, framed 17¾x22½ 40 60
459 CECIL ALDIN AHHA engraved by WA Cox, published by Henry Graves, 1906 and signed in pencil by Aldin, framed, 27x36 200 300
460 STEELE SETTERS, WATERCOLOUR, signed and a companion Pointers in gilded and moulded frames 9¼ diameter. 150 200
461 JUDI KENT PYRAH CARRIAGE DRIVING, FOUR IN HAND RICHARD MARGRAVE CROSS COUNTRY, oil on board, signed and dated 86, 20x29 500 800
462 LEON DANCHIN ENGLISH SETTERS, COLOUR LITHOGRAPH, circa 1938, No: 135 of an limited edition, signed and framed, 23x31 100 200
463 AFTER ARCHIBALD THORBURN GROUSE DRIVE ENGRAVING circa 1905, 15x27, framed. 100 150
464 AFTER PETER BIEGEL LESTER PIGGOTT WINS HIS 8TH EPSOM DERBY 1977, showing eight Derby winners, No: 363 of 600, signed in pencil by Lester Piggott 23x34 framed. 50 80
465 ENGLISH 20TH CENTURY SCHOOL TERRIERS AT AN EARTH, oil painting signed with initials ALB, 6¾x8¾ 100 150
466 ROBIN FURNESS JUNE AND VIOLETTA signed oil on canvas 03, 8¾x10½, framed. 300 400
467 DANIEL CRANE SEPTEMBER COLOURED PRINT, signed by the artist No: 89 from an edition of 250, 22½x20½,framed. 150 200
468 TONY SARG (1882-1942) A PRECARIOUS MOMENT, WATERCOLOUR signed with LSC initials, London Sketch Club dated 11 **US commercial artist and illustrator and toy designer for Macys, Thanksgiving Parade in New York, 300 400
469 FA STEWART HUNTSMAN, signed print, circa 1935, framed, 20x15 including mount. 40 60
470 CECIL ALDIN NONIE R.A.F. coloured print, 1920, framed, 16½x15½ 200 300
471 CECIL ALDIN SMOOTH FOX TERRIER coloured print, limited edition No:56 from an edition of 295, 12x9, framed. 80 120
473 CECIL ALDIN THE FALLOW FIELD HUNT, coloured print, and three companions each 40½x24 framed. 400 600
474 AFTER RICHARD STONE REEVES THE FIVE GREATEST I EVER RODE COLOURED PRINT NO: 232 of an edition of 750, signed by Piggott, published 1974, 28½x23, framed. 50 80
475 NEIL CAWTHORNE MILL REEF WINNING PRIX DE LARC DE TRIOMPHE signed, oil on canvas, 17¼x23 signed, oil on canvas, commissioned by Sporting Life from The Champions of the Turf Series, framed 500 800
476 NEIL CAWTHORNE BRIGADIER GERARD WINNING THE 2000 GUINEAS AT NEW MARKET 1971, oil on canvas 17¼x23¼ see illustration 500 800
477 JOHN SILVER WORKING SPANIEL oil painting, signed and dated 05, 15½x19 500 800
478 JOHN SILVER BLACK LABRADORS signed and dated 05, oil painting, 15½x19, framed. 500 800
479 DEBBIE GILLINGHAM WOLF HOUNDS RESTING pastel signed and circa 2005, 16½x25, framed. 500 800
480 CECIL ALDIN AWAY FROM BATH WOOD signed artists proof, published by Lawrence Jellico, circa 1913, 15¾x26½ see illustration 800 1200
481 HERBERT DICKSEE PERIL ETCHING, signed artists proof, published Frost & Reed, 1910, 13x22¼, framed. 300 400
482 A MIDWINTER WATER JUG transfer decorated with Setters, black printed marks, Midwinter, Burslam 6 20 40
483 PAUL JENKINS LEAPING FOX signed and limited edition bronze study No: 22 of 95, 5½. 200 300
485 TOUGH SKIN CHESHIRE CATS AND CHESHIRE CHEESES illustrated by hard hide printed and published by Jesse Broad and Company Limited, Stretford Road, Old Trafford, Manchester, red Morocco gilt tooled with green and gilt leather inscription, a magnificent copy printed and heightened with watercolour with signatures with outer case see illustrations 500 800
487 BOOTH STANLEY A J MUNNINGS a Sotheby publication Appreciation of Pictures, and Mosemans Illustrated Guide, Horse furnishing goods (2) 40 60
488 A VICTORIAN LEATHER COVERED GLASS HIP FLASK London 1879, heavy silver beaker, the screw off cap applied with a coronet and initial 6 high 80 120
489 AN UNUSUAL GRADUATED SET OF THREE MATCHBOX HOLDERS Birmingham 1907/08 each with a cover stamped with a stag and hinds in a highland scene 3, 2½, 1 3/4 wide 100 150
490 FOUR SILVER ATHERSTON HUNT PUPPY WALKING SPPONS each with a terminal engraved with the letter A and a fox and on the reverse with the name of the hound Sheffield 1934/36 150 200
491 A LEATHER CASED GLASS FLASK with hinged bayonet stopper James Dixon and Sons, complete with two metal beakers 40 60
492 A LARGE HORSESHOE SHAPED VESTA CASE stamped on one side with a continental scene showing the death of a deer 2 high 20 40
493 A COPENHAGEN MODEL OF A SWIMMING SALMON decorated in shades of blue and red, green and blue printed marks number 2169 6 see illustration a LLadro group of geese modeled as three standing on a moulded base with a snail and bull rushes, blue printed marks 5 3/4 40 60
494 A CONTINENTAL, PROBABLY MEISSEN, FIGURE OF A RUNNING FOX decorated in shades of brown and mottled blue see illustration 9 3/4 40 60
495 JOHN R EDWARDS-JEDD THE STIRRUP CUP, a signed limited edition No.78 of a series of five hundred, framed. 13 x 17. 40 60
500 A LE BLOND AND CO, LONDON THE SHOW MAN NO: 83, oval printed in colours 6½, Hayday No: 85, November No: 86, The Soldiers Return No: 72, and The Sailors Departure No: 78, each within Hogarth style frames (5) 40 60
501 LATE 18TH/19TH CENTURY ENGRAVING THE CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF ST ASAPH double plate engraving, monochrome, plate number 26 18½ x 23½ excluding mount and an etching of Lord Bishop of St Asaph hand coloured framed 10½ x 9 50 80
502 AFTER GEOFF BIRKS THREE OF THE BEST coloured print, coloured limited edition signed by the artist number 260 of 375 7 3/4 x 5½ 40 60
503 AFTER GEOFF BIRKS THE VERDICT a coloured print, limited edition signed by the artist 10 x 7 framed 50 80
504 AFTER GEOFF BIRKS ITS A DOGS LIFE signed limited edition print number 522 from 850 9½ x 19 80 120
505 AFTER GEOFF BIRKS HASTA HERD LATEST signed limited edition number 289 from 375 framed 10 3/4 x 11 3/4 40 60
506 AFTER GEOFF BIRKS, THE PRIVATE VIEW signed limited edition print number 110 of 375 6½ x 4½, and The Varga Girl, Calendar Months of January, February, March, June and August (6) 40 60
507 CITY OF CHESTER a lithograph published by I Catherall, Eastgate Road, Chester 12 x 29 framed, after a sketch by T Bailey Chester Races printed by W Crane, Chester 7 x 10, after George Earl, Perth Station Coming South and a companion, photographic reproductions and a print after Macwhirter June in the Tyrol (5) PLEASE NOTE THIS LOT HAS BEEN WITHDRAWN FROM SALE 30 50
508 PUBLISHED BY HENRY GRAVES OVAL OF A MAIDEN WEARING A RIBBON TIED BONNET printed by La Vasseur circa 1909 12½ x 10, two companions and a fourth 50 80
509 A THORBURN REPRINT WILLIAM MARKS PUBLISHING circa 2000 number 318 of an edition of 850 13 x 19, a coaching print with a London Hotel 13 x 23½ framed, after W J Shayer Racing Incidents coloured print 18 x 26 40 60
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