Commemoratives
Staffordshire Pot Lids and Prattware Sale
on Saturday 9th June 2018

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1.      An impressive stoneware jug by Turner with brown neck and angular handle having a Sheffield plate hinged cover, the buff body applied with moulded figures watching a cock fight, impressed mark, circa 1790, 275mm £70-100
2.      A buff stoneware jug by Turner moulded with an archery scene, the angular handle and neck coloured brown, impressed mark, circa 1790, 126mm £30-60
3.      A green stoneware jug by Ridgway & Abington moulded with an inscribed slave auction scene, impressed mark indistinctly dated January 1 1858, 214mm, the rim drilled for a cover, handle restored £30-50
4.      A mid-19th century Staffordshire pottery plate printed in brown with a scene entitled 'Uncle Toms Cabin', the reverse indistinctly impressed Turnbull, restored, a small pink lustre jug of slavery interest, hairline crack, a small Wedgwood biscuit ware dish, circa 1983 and a brass matchbox holder cast with a spelter figure (a lot) £30-40
5.      A Royal Doulton character jug depicting George Washington, 192mm, another smaller and one other of Benjamin Franklin (3) £30-60
6.      Abraham Lincoln: a character jug by Shorter & Son, 111mm and another by Crown Windsor (2) £30-40
7.      A Royal Doulton character jug depicting W.G. Grace, 100mm, another Captain Cook and one other by Bairstow of James Callaghan (3) £20-40
8.      American Architecture: a teaset by Lenox comprising teapot, sucrier, jug, six cups and saucers printed in black with named landmark buildings, dated 1933 (17) £50-100
9.      A porcelaineous mug for 1862 Exhibition, 77mm, hairline crack, a pottery nursery plate with colourful figural scene, circa 1860, 195mm, another with dancing figures, small rim chip and a pearlware pierced bordered plate by J. Ridgway printed in blue, small rim chips (4) £30-40
10.     Orange Order: a pottery jug printed in blue and decorated in colours with inscription and loyal verse to King William Prince of Orange, circa 1840, 114mm £30-60
11.     1851 Great Exhibition: a small silvered metal casting of the building contained in a glazed japanned metal frame, the reverse inscribed, 92mm £30-40
12.     'Commemorative Pottery' and 'Victoria Remembered' both by John May (2) £20-40
13.     D'Jeck the Thespian Elephant: a good pottery nursery plate printed in black with a named study entitled 'The Great Performer of the Adelphi', circa 1830, 155mm Illustrated * Mademoiselle d'Jeck, a performing elephant, achieved celebrity status at the Cirque Olympique in Paris during 1829. She went on to make her British debut at the Adelphi Theatre, London on 3rd December that year and subsequently toured the country. In August 1830 during an overnight stop in the town of Morpeth, whilst travelling from Edinburgh to Newcastle, she killed Jean Baptiste her keeper. Notwithstanding the fact she was an elephant Mademoiselle d'Jeck was committed for trial in Newcastle where she was fined just five shillings on account of Baptiste's alleged cruelty. Appearing on stage in America in January 1831 she returned to Britain in the July of that year. With an otherwise undisclosed violent temperament she went on to injure or kill a number of other humans in Europe in consequence of which it was in Geneva in June 1837 that she was put to death by the use of a circus cannon, rifle shorts having failed. This whole farcical yet ultimately sad tale was recounted by the November Club at the Theatre Royal, London in 2013 and remains today one of the strangest trials on record. See Commemorative Pottery, plate 21 and Antiques Trade Gazette, 16th December 2017 issue, page 44 for a related article. £100-200
14.     Napoleon and the Polka: a good nursery plate the floret moulded border enamelled in red and green, printed in red with an amusing scene entitled 'Napoleon Polka', circa 1844, the reverse with indistinct impressed mark, 186mm Illustrated. * The imitator and dwarf General Tom Thumb (Charles Sherwood Stratton) was brought to England aged just six years and presented to Queen Victoria in 1844 the same year the Polka craze swept Europe. See Victoria Remembered, plate 121. £100-200
15.     Wellington and Peel and the Polka: a good nursery plate with floret moulded border enamelled in blue and red with a scene entitled 'Wellington & Peel Polka', circa 1844, 186mm Illustrated. * In 1844, the year the Polka craze arrived, Peel was Prime Minister and Wellington leader of the House of Lords. See Victoria Remembered, plate 121 £100-200
15A.    1901 Antarctic Expedition: a rare pottery dinner plate by Doulton Burslem decorated in blue with the motif of a penguin encircled by a belt inscribed 'Discovery Antarctic Expedition 1901', the rim banded in blue and lined in gilt, brown printed mark, 244mm, stained and faded £50-100
16.     Sir Francis Burdett MP: a glass picture depicted standing, named and inscribed with an extract from his speech of July 30 1802 to the Freeholders of Middlesex, original frame, 406 x 306mm overall * Initially member for Boroughbridge from 1796 Burdett successfully stood for Middlesex in 1802 however that return was declared void in 1804. He went on to represent Westminster from 1807 until 1837 during which time he was famously incarcerated in the Tower. £100-200
17.     Disraeli: a bronze plaque cast with a head and shoulders likeness, circa 1875, 237 x 197mm £40-60
18.     Samuel Storey MP: a small glass rummer etched with the inscription 'Success to Samual Storey MP for re-election 1895, Don't forget this miners', 98mm * Storey represented the mining constituency of Sunderland for the Liberals from 1881 until his defeat in 1895, and again in 1910. £80-100
19.     Stanley Baldwin MP: a Royal Worcester circular plaque moulded with a likeness after Richard Garbe, circa 1937, 153mm £30-60
20.     A hand coloured caricature by C J Grant from The Political Drama series entitled 'The Old Horse in the Mill', circa 1841, framed 372 x 486mm overall £30-60
21.     A ground glass profile in the manner of Tassie thought to depict the Duke of Wellington depicted head and shoulders looking to dexter, gilt metal frame, circa 1840, 57mm £100-200
22.     Stanley Baldwin: a white pottery character jug by Ashstead Potteries the underside inscribed and numbered 508 of 1,000, 187mm, rim stained £40-50
23.     General Smuts: a character jug possibly by Burleighware, the underside with impressed detail dated 1941, 133mm £40-80
24.     A pottery character jug by Burleigh depicting General MacAuthur, the underside dated 1942, 107mm and two by Royal Doulton depicting Montgomery and Mountbatten (3) £30-50
25.     Winston Churchill: a character jug by Avonware, circa 1947, 113mm and another by Shorter & Son (2) £40-60
26.     Winston Churchill: a character jug by Burleighware, the underside inscribed and dated 1940, 127mm and another dated 1965 (2) £30-60
27.     Winston Churchill: a small Royal Doulton toby jug, the underside dated 1940, 138mm and two others (3) £30-60
28.     Winston Churchill: a Copeland Spode white pottery figure depicted standing, 244mm, £70-90
29.     Winston Churchill: a Wedgwood black basalt portrait bust on cylindrical base, 176mm and a Lawton China portrait bust on inscribed base (2) £40-60
30.     Winston Churchill: a pottery barrel shaped mug by Skerretts, a Wedgwood mug, another, a pair of Wedgwood mugs including Roosevelt, damaged and a similar printed cup, cracked (6) £30-50
31.     Winston Churchill: a small Paragon Patriotic Series dish, a small pair of Copeland dishes printed with extracts from his speeches, a pair of Wedgwood blue jasperware dishes, one boxed and volumes III and IV of English Speaking People (9) £30-40
32.     Seige of Acre: a jug moulded with a battle scene depicting Sidney Smith, circa 1850, 155mm. * Probably produced in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the siege. £30-40
33.     1852 Wellington in Memoriam: a nursery plate with floret moulded border printed in blue, 156mm. * See Victoria Remembered, plate 189 £50-70
34.     Second Duke of Cambridge: a pottery plate printed in blue with a named portrait within a colourful border, circa 1858, 220mm, two chips to foot rim, * See Victoria Remembered, plate 168 £20-40
35.     A porcelaineous cup and saucer printed in black with scenes emblematic of Peace and inscribed for Wellington and Louis XVIII, rubbed, a pottery plate with dated scene of Morengo, stained and a miniature chamber pot the interior base with a portrait entitled 'Hitler in Poland' (4) £30-60
36.     1974 Winston Churchill: a glass plaque by R. Stand for Dartington engraved with a likeness, 142mm diameter, with certificate, a Wedgwood black basalt plaque and two small blue jasperware dishes (4) £30-40
37.     Winston Churchill: a white alabaster portrait bust, 156mm, a carved wood profile, a silver plated bookmark and a paperknife with unidentified profile (4) £30-40
38.     Winston Churchill: a bronzed spelter figure on ebonised base, 170mm overall, boxed £30-40
39.     Winston Churchill: two composition figures depicted standing, tallest 226mm (2) £30-40
40.     Winston Churchill: a cast composition standing figure by Keith Lee, 293mm and a portrait bust both with certificates (2) £30-40
41.     Winston Churchill: a brass doorstop, 375mm, a small brass portrait bust, a composition bust and a similar profile (4) £30-40
42.     Winston Churchill: three small toby jugs by Kevin Francis, another by Cooper Clayton and a Royal Worcester candle snuffer (5) £25-35
43.     Winston Churchill: a pottery figure by Manor Limited Editions depicted as the artist, 234mm and a character mug (2) £30-40
44.     Winston Churchill: a graduated set of three Royal Doulton toby jugs, largest 224mm (3) £40-60
45.     Winston Churchill: a Royal Doulton figure depicted standing dressed in a white suit, 262mm £25-35
46.     Winston Churchill: a Royal Doulton figure by Alan Maslankowski, 305mm, with certificate £30-40
47.     Winston Churchill: a large Royal Doulton black basalt portrait bust, 270mm with certificate and another smaller by Wedgwood (2) £30-40
47A.    •Winston Churchill: an oil painting on board depicting an alleyway flanked by covered steps rising to a building, heavily painted in an impressionistic style and signed in black paint applied with a fine brush WSC the C partially underlined, the reverse affixed with a paper label typed with the inscription 'Winston Churchill, Village South of France c.1932' also inscribed in pencil '372 Hook on wall', 321 x 226mm, contained in a cream painted wood frame, Illustrated. * In the absence of a provenance attribution remains conjecture however the stairway subject, colour use, style of painting, shade and highlight detail also signature are not dissimilar to other works executed by Churchill at that time. The successful purchaser will additionally be required to pay any Artist's Resale Right (Droit de Suite) surcharge of 4.00% of the hammer price if applicable. £500-1500
47B.    Winston Churchill: a riding crop, the Malacca shaft with bone ivory handle and silver collar hallmarked for London 1931, the leather thong stamped W. Churchill, 595mm long overall Illustrated. * A keen horseman Churchill was pictured (Keystone Getty Images) out hunting with the Old Surrey and Burstow foxhounds in Kent in 1948 whilst celebrating his 74th birthday holding what appears to be the same riding crop. £100-200
47C.    Winston Churchill: a walking stick the engraved silver pommel hallmarked for London 1920 with an ebonised and bone ivory collar the wooden shaft indistinctly inscribed 'Once owned by Sir Winston Churchill Home Sec', the pommel dented the ferrule replaced, 861mm long. Illustrated. * Churchill was Home Secretary in 1910 to 1911 and was made Knight of the Garter in 1953 £100-200
47D.    Winston Churchill: a Smiths clock with personal inscription relating to the family of Sir Winston Churchill having hand wound movement the brass case of 1950's design engraved 'Dearest Pig, From Clemmy Kat and Kittens, 8th October 1959', 142mm high Illustrated. *The family nicknames Pig for Sir Winston and Clemmy Kat for Lady Churchill are both well documented; their offspring collectively nicknamed Kittens. £100-200
47E.    Winston Churchill: an onyx and plated metal combined desk inkwell and perpetual calendar, circa 1960, 185mm wide. *This desk piece is said, by association with Mrs. Rosie Skitt (in service to HM Queen Mary and subsequently the Churchills), to have been owned by Sir Winston. £50-100
47F.    Winston Churchill: a French pottery ashtray the blue body inscribed 'Hotel de Paris, Monte-Carlo', 118mm diameter, circa 1955 together with a typed note signed by Beryl M Murray referring to the ashtray (2) Illustrated. * Edmund (Eddie) Murray served with Special Branch from 1949 becoming bodyguard to Sir Winston Churchill in 1950 until 1965 £10-30
48.     A porcelain mug by Wileman for the 1893 wedding of George and May, a small Royal Doulton loving cup for 1919 peace, a similar pottery beaker and a loving cup for Diana in memoriam (4) £20-40
49.     1911 Coronation: a Spode Copeland's China porcelain beaker £25-30
50.     1981 Wedding: a pair of Royal Doulton pottery beakers, one printed in blue the other brown (2) * Although unmarked both beakers were acquired from the Royal Doulton / Minton Archive Collection dispersal. The version in blue said to be experimental and one of only six produced. See the accompanying newspaper article. £30-60
51.     Victoria and Albert: a pair of named woven silk pictures each depicted three-quarter length, his inscribed for the 1851 Exhibition, framed 308 x 260mm overall (2) £50-70
52.     Victoria: a stylish stoneware bottle, depicted in formal dress, the brown glazed body with yellow decoration, circa 1840, 237mm high, neck restored £40-80
53.     A porcelaineous cup and saucer printed in black with figures grieving at a tomb inscribed to the memory of Charlotte, also two beakers, a mug and a tin dish (6) £30-50
54.     A tankard with GR monogram moulded medallion flanked by stylised foliage in blue, circa 1770, 106mm £40-60
55.     A pearlware plate printed all over in blue with a named and dated profile of George III in memoriam, repaired and a saucer dish for Charlotte in memoriam, stained (2) £30-60
56.     1820 Caroline: a porcelaineous dish printed in black with a named profile, 206mm £30-50
57.     1830 George IV in Memoriam: a pottery jug by Goodwin, Bridgwood Harris printed in black, restored, 152mm £30-50
58.     1831 Coronation: a cylindrical mug printed in black with portraits, 103mm, chipped £30-50
59.     1831 Coronation: a lobed pottery jug printed in purple with named portraits, 192mm £80-120
60.     1837/38 Victoria: a small Swansea pottery mug printed in purple with a named portrait, 71mm, rim chip £100-150
61.     1838 Coronation: a Staffordshire pottery mug printed in green, 71mm, repaired £100-150
62.     1838 Coronation: a Staffordshire pottery nursery plate printed in blue within a colourful border, 170mm, hairline crack £70-90
63.     1840 Wedding: a pottery nursery plate printed in black with named portraits within a colourful border, 200mm, fine star crack £70-90
64.     1840 Wedding: a pottery nursery plate printed in brown with named portraits within a colourful border, 198mm, cracked and chipped £60-80
65.     A small glass dish moulded with a named portrait of Victoria, 101mm and another with Prince of Wales feathers (2) £30-50
66.     1863 Wedding: a cylindrical pottery mug printed in black with portraits, chipped and a cream jug with portraits (2) £30-40
67.     Delhi Durbar: a pottery mug with moulded scenes of the procession, 82mm. * First held in 1877 upon Victoria's creation as Empress of India the ceremony was again held in 1903. £20-30
68.     Queen Elizabeth: a small mug by Paragon with sepia portrait after Marcus Adams, a Wedgwood mug by Guyatt, a bakelite beaker, a pair of printed tin plates in original cardboard folder for 1953 and two commemorative medals (a lot) £30-40
69.     An extensive and interesting collection of approximately 500 commemorative mugs dating from the 1950's to the present day recording many royal, social and world events, including 8 small loving cups by Crown Derby for Goviers, all ostensibly in good condition (a lot) * The successful purchaser will, by prior arrangement with the vendor, be responsible for packing and removing, at their own expense, this collection from its current location in Winchester, Hampshire during the last week of June 2018. £500-1500
70.     •1997 Princess Diana: a particularly good portrait in pastel and chalk on paper by Barbara Kaczmarowska Hamilton depicting the Princess head and shoulders looking slightly to sinister against a sky background, signed and dated B. Hamilton 97, contained in the original gilt gesso and painted glazed frame, 760 x 680mm overall excluding cresting *Painted by the artist and generously presented to the Treloar Trust who subsequently offered this painting at a charity auction held during their Summer Charity Ball from where it was acquired by the vendor. Depicted in a round necked blue dress, wearing heart shaped pearls with matching earrings, inspiration for this stylish composition quite probably came, with a degree of artistic licence towards the jewellery, from the visit by the Princess of Wales to Russia in June 1995 where she received the International Leonardo Prize (honouring distinguished patrons of medicine, sports and the arts). Illustrated Following her divorce in August 1996 Princess Diana went on to champion many celebrated causes and remained the focus of world media attention. This portrait, dating as it does from just prior to her tragic premature death on 28th August 1997, numbers amongst the last of those undertaken during her lifetime. Barbara Kaczmarowska Hamilton (Basia Hamilton) is an acclaimed society portrait painter. She was born in Poland and now resides in Britain. Amongst those who have sat for her are His Holiness John Paul II, together with other world leaders and Heads of State also members of the British Royal Family including Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother, HRH the Princess Royal, HRH the Duke of Kent and HRH Prince Michael of Kent. The successful purchaser will additionally be required to pay any Artist's Resale Right (Droit de Suite) surcharge of 4.00% of the hammer price. £1000-2000
71.     George III: a small mallet shaped glass decanter and stopper engraved with GR monogram and inscription, circa 1789, 169mm (2) £30-40
72.     George III: a pearlware twin handled cup inscribed 'God save the King' in blue, circa 1789, 125mm, old staple repair to handle and crack to rim £120-180
73.     George III: a white ground glass relief probably by James Tassie depicted head and shoulders looking to sinister, circa 1790, 55mm high, together with the contemporary turned wood frame (2) Illustrated £100-200
74.     A ground glass profile by James Tassie possibly depicting a youthful Prince of Wales (later George IV) head and shoulders looking to sinister, circa 1790, 42mm Illustrated £150-250
75.     George III: a small pearlware bowl printed in blue with superimposed profiles inscribed 'King and Constitution', circa 1793, 183mm * See Commemorative Pottery, plate 31 Illustrated £120-150
76.     George III: a pearlware soup bowl by Davenport printed all over in blue with central profile and agricultural implements, impressed mark, circa 1800, 252mm £50-80
77.     George III: a pearlware bowl printed in blue with superimposed profiles, circa 1809, 257mm, restored rim chip and glaze scratched £80-120
78.     George III: a small twin handled cup and saucer by Flight Barr & Barr of Worcester, the deep blue ground well gilded and painted with a portrait in military uniform by Thomas Baxter within an oval border of colourful jewelling, the cup interior gilded and the underside with inscribed mark, the saucer with puce printed mark, circa 1815, 94mm high, the cup restored Illustrated £800-1200
79.     Bronze medallions for 1762 birth of George IV; Victoria's 1837 visit to City of London; 1831 opening of London Bridge by William IV, cased and in silver for 1817 Charlotte in memoriam; 1821 coronation; 1844 opening of Royal Exchange and two for 1897 (8) £100-200
80.     1817 Charlotte in Memoriam: a wax profile in an ebonised frame with silver metal mount engraved with name and dates, 108 x 92mm; a framed hand coloured engraving of her tomb and a framed engraving of George Prince of Wales, circa 1785 (3) £40-60
81.     1817 Charlotte in Memoriam: a pearlware nursery plate with floral and foliate moulded border printed in black, 154mm * See Commemorative Pottery, plate 42 £70-90
82.     1817 Charlotte in Memoriam: a porcelaineous sauce boat printed in black and decorated in gilt, a pink lustre banded saucer dish and a plate printed in blue with a view of Claremont (3) £40-60
83.     1817 Charlotte in Memoriam: a small pink lustre banded mug and two white stoneware jugs, one with hairline crack (3) £40-60
84.     1817 Charlotte in Memoriam: a pearlware jug printed in grey and banded in pink lustre, 145mm £60-80
85.     1817 Charlotte in Memoriam: a pink lustre banded saucer dish, a similar cup and saucer and a nursery plate depicting Caroline, chipped (4) £30-60
86.     Caroline: a rare pearlware bowl printed in blue with scenes entitled 'Villa d'Este', 162mm diameter Illustrated. *See Commemorative Pottery, plate 58 for a slightly larger version of the same print although lacking the buildings on the hill. £80-120
87.     1820 Caroline: a pearlware nursery plate the feather edged border printed in blue with a named portrait, 162mm. Illustrated. £40-60
88.     1820 Caroline: a pearlware nursery plate the moulded border with typical Prattware decoration and printed in blue with a Latin named half-length profile, 183mm. Illustrated. £60-80
89.     1820 Caroline: a blue printed pearlware plate also a quartrelobe serving dish with blue and gilded border and puce printed portrait, both restored (2) £40-50
90.     1820 Caroline: a copper and pink lustre banded Green Bag jug with named portrait, 147mm and a pink lustre lined sauce boat, cracked (2) £40-50
91.     1820 Caroline: a pressed horn circular box and cover, 77mm (2) £30-40
92.     1820 Caroline: a pair of glass pictures depicting the arrival at Dover and Caroline flanked by Britannia, both reframed, 377 x 472mm overall (2) £80-120
93.     1821 Caroline in Memoriam: a pearlware nursery plate the basketware border painted with flowers, printed in black, 166mm £50-100
94.     1821 Coronation: a pearlware jug printed in blue and decorated in colours with a named and dated portrait, restored and a pale blue pottery dish of scrolling outline moulded with crowns and cornucopia (2) £30-50
95.     George IV: a rectangular pottery plaque, probably Scottish, moulded with a colourful named portrait within an integral frame, circa 1821, 163 x 192mm, restored £80-100
96.     George IV: a wax relief head and shoulders portrait within a convex glass frame, 126mm high and a papier-mâché circular box and cover with embossed copper panel for the accession (3) £30-60
97.     Duke of Kent: a gilded porcelaineous portrait bust by Samuel Alcock of Cobridge initialled JA on the integral base, circa 1820, 212mm, restored £70-100
98.     1831 Coronation: a miniature plate printed in black with a named half-length portrait of Adelaide, 96mm and a rectangular plaque with puce printed named portrait, framed (2) £40-60
99.     1831 Coronation: a circular plaque, probably by Don Pottery, with integral moulded frame printed in black with a named portrait inscribed 'The only Royal Reformer since Alfred', the reverse impressed G.C. & Co, 170mm £40-80
100.    1831 Coronation: a cylindrical pottery mug printed in purple with named portraits, 75mm, restored and a hollow cast bronze head on named base (2) £30-40
101.    1831 Coronation: a good pink lustre banded pearlware mug printed in black and enamelled in green and orange, 119mm high, Illustrated. £150-200
102.    1831 Coronation: a pottery jug the lobed body printed in purple with portraits centred by a crown, flowers, names and date, 160mm £70-100
103.    1831 Coronation: a squat pottery jug the lobed body washed and banded in pink lustre printed in black with named portraits centred by a scene from the coronation, 165mm high £80-120
104.    1831 Coronation: a lobed pottery jug printed in black, 171mm chipped, another larger, stained and a small jug by G.R. Booth & Co the white body applied in blue with decoration and head of William IV in profile, firing cracks (3) £50-100
105.    1838 Coronation: a miniature Staffordshire pottery plate printed in brown with a named and dated portrait, 85mm and an octagonal nursery plate with colourful floret border printed in brown, both with hairline cracks (2) £80-120
106.    1837/38 Victoria: a nursery plate the border moulded with animals printed in black with an equestrian portrait entitled 'Victoria 1st' Illustrated. £70-100
107.    A teapot probably by Rockingham the cover having a crown knop, the foliate decorated body profusely gilded and painted with floral sprays, circa 1838 £40-80
108.    Two matching octagonal nursery plates with floret moulded borders lined in pink lustre, printed and coloured with 'Queen Victoria' and 'The Royal Christening', circa 1845 (2) £80-100
109.    1837/38 Victoria: a small Swansea pottery mug printed in purple with a named portrait, 73mm Illustrated £140-180
110.    1838 Coronation: a Swansea pottery mug the waisted body printed in purple with named and dated portraits, 87mm, rim restored Illustrated £150-180
111.    1838 Coronation: a pottery jug printed in blue with portraits, inscribed on the underside with name and dates, 174mm Illustrated £150-180
112.    Victoria: a treacle glazed money box modelled as the Queen depicted full-length, circa 1838, 170mm £50-80
113.    Victoria and Duchess of Kent: a brown glazed spirit flask moulded with named portraits, circa 1838, 207mm £50-80
114.    Victoria and Albert: a brown stoneware spirit flask moulded with named portraits, circa 1840, 190mm £50-70
115.    Victoria and Albert: a buff glazed pottery spirit flask moulded with portraits, circa 1840, 228mm £30-50
116.    1840 Wedding: a nursery plate the floret moulded border decorated in colours and pink lustre printed in black with named portraits, 155mm £30-50
117.    Victoria: a French named woven silk panel within an embroidered watered silk mount dated 1837, framed 363 x 286mm overall and a large red wax seal depicting an enthroned Victoria, the reverse incised 1853, framed (2) £50-100
118.    Victoria and Albert: a pair of Bois Durci gilt framed profiles (2) £30-40
119.    Victoria and Albert: a pair of wax profiles mounted in an hexagonal frame, circa 1840, 205mm wide overall £20-40
120.    1841 Christening: a cylindrical pottery mug printed in black and named around the inner rim, 67mm, hairline crack £70-90
121.    1841 Birth: a nursery plate the border mounded with name and birth date and another with colourful floral border entitled 'Englands Hope' (2) £80-100
122.    Victoria and Albert: a pair of copper lustre jugs moulded with colourful full-length portraits, circa 1846, 145mm and a white pottery moulded jug entitled 'Royal Children' (3) £40-60
123.    Victoria and Albert: a large pottery harvest jug printed in black with portraits and farm scenes, inscribed with verse initialled and dated JW 1846, 225mm high, restored £30-60
124.    1846 Visit to Place House: a nursery plate by Evans & Glasson of Swansea printed with an inscribed and date view, impressed mark, 162mm, restored. * See Victoria Remembered, plate 143 £30-60
125.    Two plates, two cups and saucers and a bowl each printed in pink with varying named portraits, circa 1846 (7) £25-35
126.    Victoria and Albert: a small pair of Staffordshire portrait figures depicted seated, circa 1846, 145mm, crown chipped (2) £25-35
127.    Victoria and Albert: a matched pair of Staffordshire pottery figures, 282mm, circa 1846, restored (2) £30-40
128.    A small moulded glass dish with superimposed profiles of Victoria and Albert, another similar with Prince of Wales feathers and another depicting the Prince and Princess of Wales, all mid-19th century (3) £30-60
129.    A jug for 1863 wedding printed in mauve, a pink printed jug and plate for 1858 wedding also a cup and saucer for Victoria and Albert (5) £30-60
130.    A large bronze medallion for the opening of the New Coal Exchange (London) cast with profiles of the Royal Family, a coronation paper pass for 1821 and a framed memento for the 1838 dinner on Parkers Piece, Cambridge (3) £30-40
131.    1853 Albert: a Copeland white parian portrait bust after J. S. Westmacott, 230mm £60-80
132.    A jug with a portrait of the Prince of Wales after Mayall, a plate with named portrait, circa 1863 and a cup and saucer for 1858 wedding of the Princess Royal (4) £30-50
133.    1858 Albert: a handwritten letter 'My Dear Duchess, with the most pleasure, Ever yours truly, Albert Prince Consort 25/1/58 framed with a carte-de-visite photograph. * The Princess Royal married Prince Frederick of Prussia on 25th January 1858 £50-150
134.    A pair of framed engravings of Victoria and Albert, a woven silk for the death of Albert, a jelly mould, a Thomas Jackson cachou aromatise dispenser, a small comport and other boxes (a lot) £30-60
135.    1861 Albert in memoriam: an impressive Copeland for The Art Union London tazza, 417mm diameter, cracked. Illustrated £80-120
136.    Prince and Princess of Wales: Three jugs for 1863 wedding, a dated lustre decorated mug, cracked, a terracotta portrait bust and an octagonal plate circa 1886 (6) £40-80
137.    Prince of Wales: a white parian portrait bust on socle base, circa 1863, 244mm £80-120
138.    Prince Albert Victor: an octagonal plate printed in dark brown, small manufacturer's glazed rim chip £30-40
139.    1887 Jubilee: a quartrelobe pottery plate with fluted body decorated in colours, a shallow comport and four black printed plates (6) £60-90
140.    1887 Jubilee: an octagonal plate by Minton printed in colours, an octagonal plate and a quartrelobe palaces plate (3) £60-80
141.    1887 Jubilee: an oversized cup and saucer decorated in colours, a Minton pink printed teapot stand, a side plate, a trio with matching cream jug, a William Lowe salmon pink cup and saucer, two mugs, two jugs and an oval plaque (15) £70-100
142.    Victoria's Jubilee: a Stevengraph of Queen Victoria and Her Premiers(STG1) a bookmark for 1897, both framed, a brass desk set, a celluloid portrait bust, a bakelite vesta case, a papier-mâché cylindrical box and cover (a lot) £30-50
143.    1897Jubilee: a castles plate, an octagonal plate and four others (6) £70-90
144.    1897Jubilee: two Doulton Burslem pottery beakers, a large mug also featuring Albert, a Harrods sporting pursuits mug and two others (6) £70-100
145.    1897 Jubilee: an unusual continental cup and saucer, a trio by Aynsley, a Foley teapot, a Doulton Burslem cup and saucer and another by Foley for 1901 (11) £40-80
146.    Victoria: a mug and a plate for 1901, two undated jubilee side plates, two small parian busts on ebonised pedestals for 1897, an opalene glass portrait bust, 132mm, a parian figure, chip to crown and a glass the stem inset with a silver 3d piece for 1877 (9) £30-40
147.    Victoria: a wood cut on paper by William Nicholson, circa 1897, 250x230mm, overmounted and framed. * Born in 1872 Nicholson became an accomplished artist, illustrator and set designer, Knighted in 1936 he died in 1949 £30-40
148.    1901 Victoria: a diamond set gold and black enamelled morning broach, the reverse inscribed, with clip and safety chain and an heraldic medallion in 9ct gold hallmarked for 1915 (2) £30-50
149.    1902 Coronation: a rare Doulton Burslem curved sided porcelain beaker painted with lilies on a sky ground, signed C.B. Hopkins Illustrated £200-400
150.    1902 Coronation: a Sitzendorf teapot, bowl, jug and plate, four lithophane base mugs and two other mugs, a lithophane mug for 1911 and one other mug (13) £40-80
151.    A white parian portrait bust by Robinson & Leadbeater depicting the Duchess of York, circa 1902, 218mm, a Royal Crown Derby side plate with GR monogram, two plates for 1911 coronation, a continental plate for Prince Edward of Wales and three plates for 1902 (8) £30-60
152.    A Paragon quartrelobe dish for Princess Elizabeth, a similar trio and side plate, a Paragon trio and side plate with magpies, four Paragon plates for Princess Margaret and a Shelley pottery plate, rubbed (14) £50-80
153.    Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret: three Crown Ducal mugs depicting Elizabeth and two for Margaret, one chipped, two other mugs depicting both (7) £80-120
154.    An Exemplar loving cup by Royal Doulton, a Royal Stafford crown box for 1935, a mug for 1925 Johannesburg visit by Prince of Wales, another for 1928 visit to Pudsey by the Yorks, a bowl for 1929 visit to Preston by Princess May, a Laura Knight mug for Edward VIII and three for George VI, also a Ewenny mug (11) £30-50
155.    A boxed set of three bronze medals for 1936 three Kings, a silver medal for 1887 jubilee, a bronze medallion for 1911, both boxed, bronze medallions for George IV 1830 in memoriam, Alexandra 1863, 1902 and 1911 (a lot) £40-80
156.    Bronze medals for 1874 Exhibition and Prince of Wales as President, Leeds Exhibition 1858, 1970 The Great Britain, also two in metal for 1896 Yorkshire Agricultural Show boxed and six others together with gilt metal boxes for William and Adelaide and Albert (a lot) £30-60
157.    A small Shelley loving cup for 1937 George VI and a Minton beaker for 1937 Edward VIII (2) £30-40
158.    1937 Coronation: a Shelley musical jug, 185mm £30-40
159.    A set of three small Royal Crown Derby dishes for George VI, Elizabeth and Edward VIII (3) £30-50
160.    A Grays Pottery silver resist bowl for 1953, rubbed, three Crown Derby dishes, a small Paragon 'London Pride' dish, another for 1958 creation of Prince of Wales title, a light bulb for 1953, a Princess Margaret Wedgwood plaque and three silver pieces (a lot) £30-40
161.    1953 Coronation: a stool with original blue velvet upholstery, the under rail with burnt stamp £60-120
162.    An interesting framed display by Mockler showing three of the stages of production of the Baxter print Prince of Wales (211) and a Le Blond oval: Learning to Ride, both framed (2) £20-40
163.    A good silk and wool embroidered silk picture of lovers meeting under the gaze of chaperone with a greyhound in a river landscape with trees, circa 1840, gesso decorated gilt frame, 610 x 705mm overall Illustrated £100-150
164.    An 18th century Delft tile painted with a figural scene, a set of six Waterford wine goblets and a silver photograph frame (8) £20-40
165.    A Warner's Safe Cure London medicine bottle in brown glass, 183mm £20-40
166.    A Melody pattern ARP dish by Shelley also a crested elephant and an aeroplane, a Willow Art tram, a Meir Ruskin Memorial, three royal WH Goss pieces and two Sooty eggcups by Keele St. Pty Co (10) £20-40
167.    A rare and impressive Staffordshire pottery jug modelled as a chained bear with detachable head holding a baiting dog with open mouth as the spout set with a branch handle and moulded with a sash inscribed 'Bears Grease', well decorated in colours and pink lustre, circa 1820, 295mm high, restoration to bear's head and the chain, Illustrated. * Bear baiting was a popular blood sport in Britain from the middle of the 16th century until it was banned by Parliament in 1835. Bear's grease was a popular remedy from the middle of the 17th century until about the time of the Great War; the theory being that bears owed much of their thick and ample hair to the fat in their bodies and that the resultant grease was the perfect cure for hair loss suffered by humans males. £1500-2500
168.    A tapering jug: The Wooden Bridge (400) and Halt near Ruins (390) pink ground, 125mm and another: The Wooden Bridge (400) and Cows in Stream (388) brick red ground (2) £30-50
169.    A cylindrical mug: Cavalier and Serving Woman (381) pink ground, 66mm another: Summer (342A) and Autumn (342) green ground, another: Shells, repaired and a soap dish, cover and liner (6) £30-40
170.    A green ground tapering cup and saucer, two coloured ground cups and saucers and two white ground cups and saucers, one cup chipped (10) £30-40
171.    A part tea set comprising: two dishes, a sucrier and cover, a cream jug, six plates, six saucers and seven cups, aubergine ground (24) £40-80
172.    A pair of nursery plates with green borders and a similar pair with orange borders (4) £30-40
173.    A harlequin set of three side plates each with scroll inner borders (3) £20-40
174.    A harlequin set of four side plates with coloured and 123 borders (4) £20-30
175.    A matched set of six side plates with brick red ground borders (6) £25-35
176.    A matched set of eight side plates with green borders (8) 30/40
177.    A matched set of six side plates with white borders (6) £20-40
178.    A matched set of seven side plates with white and 123 borders (7) £20-30
179.    A matched set of four dessert plates with 123 and white borders and a side plate: Alas! Poor Bruin (1) (5) £20-30
180.    A harlequin set of seven dessert plates (7) £25-35
181.    A set of four plates from the country mansion series, purple classical female borders (4) £40-80
182.    A dessert plate: The State House in Philadelphia (444B) aubergine ground, another: The Truant (413) and two other plates with oak leaf borders (4) £30-50
183.    A dessert plate: Chiefs Return from Deerstalking (248) green griffin border and another: The Blue Boy (174) orange griffin border (2) * Ex Smith collection, lots 433 C and D £20-40
184.    A rare dessert plate: Five Dogs (264B) £30-40
185.    A part malachite bordered dessert service comprising: two varying oval comports, two circular comports and a plate (5) £80-100
186.    A rectangular tray: The Stone Jetty (395) pink ground, 254mm wide and a substantial oval tray: The Blind Fiddler (417) green ground, small rim chip to underside (2) £40-60
187.    A good oviform jug of small size: Cavalier and Serving Woman (381) and Driving Cattle (387) pink ground, 85mm £30-40
188.    A good oviform jug of small size: The Wooden Bridge (400) and Horse Drawing Boat to land (403) brick red ground, 85mm £30-40
189.    A baluster shaped mug: Blind Man's Buff (246) and Snap Dragon (253) green ground, very tiny hairline crack to rim. Illustrated £40-80
190.    A fine scent flask and original stopper: Ruined Tower (377A) and Medieval Mansion (374) green ground, 125mm (2) Illustrated £100-300
191.    A fine chamber stick: Bridge Across the gap (409) and Tyrolese Hill Scene (410) green ground, 95mm diameter Illustrated £100-200
192.    A spill vase: Jolly Topers (406) black mottled ground, 113mm £80-120
193.    A scroll footed vase: Cattle and Ruins (315) and Girl with Grapes (345) black mottled ground, 195mm, one foot restored £50-80
194.    A set of three country mansion plates with green classical female borders lined in blue and gilt (3) £30-60
195.    A tapering jug: Red-backed Shrike (305) and The Storm Petrel (304) maroon ground, 148mm, lacking cover, and a circular plaque: The Kingfisher (296) framed (2) £30-50
196.    A set of four varying country mansion plates with classical female borders (4) £30-60
197.    A good and thinly potted plaque: Balaklava, Inkerman, Alma (166) the corners with acanthus leaf spandrels in brown, 225 x 163mm, together with a frame (2) Illustrated £300-600
198.    A good and thinly potted plaque: The Redoubt (216) the corners with acanthus leaf spandrels in brown, 225 x 163mm, together with a frame (2) Illustrated £300-600
199.    An aubergine ground cup and saucer, a white ground cup and saucer, two white cups and four saucers including one with malachite ground (10) £30-40
200.    A green ground loving cup, 101mm high, another blue and a malachite mug, hairline crack (3) £25-35
201.    A green ground baluster shaped jug with hinged pewter lid, 203mm and two others similar each with shells (3) £40-60
202.    A green ground baluster shaped jug with hinged pewter lid, 212mm and two others similar each with shells (3) £40-60
203.    Two baluster shaped jugs with hinged pewter lids: Shells (52B) 231mm and another: Bacchanalians ((379) (3) £40-60
204.    A good pair of Princess Christian vases: Exhibition Buildings 1851 (134) (2) Illustrated £150-250
205.    A pair of malachite flask shaped vases: I See You My Boy (311) and Lend a Bite (317) (2) £40-80
206.    A malachite flask shaped vase: Thames Embankment (197) and Trafalgar Square (201) £20-40
207.    Two nursery plates, four side plates with harebell borders and six side plates with white borders (12) £30-60
208.    Ten various side plates with variously coloured 123 borders and three side plates and six dessert plates with green or white borders (16) £40-60
209.    Six dessert plates with variously coloured 123 borders and eight others with white 123 borders (14) £30-50
210.    Six dessert plates with variously coloured 123 borders, two similar plates and two green ground plates with 123 borders (10) £30-40
211.    A dessert plate: Philadelphia Exhibition 1876 (444C) green border, another, four plates: Conway Castle (217) and another: Tremadoc (430) (8) £40-50
212.    Five dessert plates: Floral (131/33) four others with floral borders, two others: Shells (52B) and Fruit Glass and Wine Decanter (429) and two later issue pieces (13) £25-35
213.    A pair of plates: The Truant (413) and The Bully (415) oak leaf borders with profuse gilt decoration and another similar (3) £40-80
214.    A dessert service of eight plates and two comports: Bird Subjects, pink borders, two pieces chipped and one with hairline crack (10) £30-50
215.    A dessert service of five plates, one tall and one shallow comport each with Welsh views (7) £25-35
216.    A large dish: Christ in the Cornfield (424) 330mm £80-120
217.    A large dish: Christ in the Cornfield (424) 330mm, gilding rubbed £50-80
218.    A large dish: Christ in the Cornfield (424) 330mm, gilding repainted and a similar bread dish, repaired chip (2) £50-80
219.    Continental Fish Market (71) £30-40
220.    The Dragoon Charge, Balaklava (77). Illustrated £200-400
221.    Pegwell Bay, Kent (69) chips to foot £20-40
222.    Meet of the Foxhounds (81) and Constantinople (80) restored (2) £30-40
223.    St Paul's Cathedral (94) two examples, both chipped (2) £30-40
224.    Pegwell Bay, Kent (69) tiny crack to foot £50-80
225.    Mending the Nets (70) slender jar £60-90
226.    Mending the Nets (70) squat jar £70-100
227.    Landing of the British Army at the Crimea (73) Illustrated £500-1500
228.    Battle of the Alma, 20th September 1854 (74) Illustrated £200-400
229.    Battle of the Alma (75) Illustrated £200-400
230.    Charge of the Scots Greys at Balaklava (76) small restored chip to inner edge of foot Illustrated £150-250
231.    The Dragoon Charge, Balaklava (77) very tiny chip to foot, stain to rim Illustrated £150-300
232.    Meet of the Foxhounds (81) small chip to foot £50-80
233.    Venice (84) manufacturer's glazed chip also a crack to the foot £60-90
234.    Charge of the Scots Greys at Balaklava (76) Illustrated £200-400
235.    The Fleet at Anchor (72) rim restored Illustrated £200-400
236.    Landing of the British Fleet at the Crimea (73) restoration to rim and foot Illustrated £200-400
237.    A collection of 14 various turned wood pot lid frames (14) £15-30
238.    A collection of 11 various bases and 83 wooden stands (94) £20-30
239.    Fifteen various toothpaste lids, one with a base (16) £30-50
240.    Five cold cream lids, one with a base and a Holloway's Gout ointment pot (7) £25-35
241.    Ellen Hale's Heal-all Ointment, Yarmouth Bloater Paste and three other lids (5) £20-30
242.    New Jetty and Pier, Margate (39) Royal Harbour, Ramsgate (41) and (42) medium, each framed (3) £30-50
243.    The Harbour, Margate (40) medium, Royal Harbour, Ramsgate (42) large and Belle Vue (30) hairline crack (3) £30-50
244.    Pretty Kettle of Fish (48) second and third issues, one with Crosse & Blackwell base and Lobster Sauce (49) (4) £30-50
245.    Revenge (51) the reverse with registration mark and Lobster Sauce (49) (2) £30-40
246.    Hauling in the Trawl (53) The Fishbarrow (58) and The Shrimpers (63) hairline crack (3) £25-35
247.    Philadelphia Exhibition (147) Paris Exhibition (148) and Choir of the Chapel Royal (199) (3) £30-50
248.    Queen Victoria and Prince Albert (152) and Alma (165) medium, stained (2) £30-50
249.    Starthfieldsaye (188) and Sebastopol (208A) both framed (2) £30-50
250.    Holy Trinity Church (229) Chin Chew River (218) and Lady with Guitar (107) framed (3) £30-50
251.    Hamlet and His Father's Ghost (231) Anne Hathaway's Cottage (228) and Seven Ages of Man (230) (3) £30-50
252.    Children of Flora (237) large, Peace (220) and Village Wedding (240) (3) £30-50
253.    The Best Card (254) large, fancy border £25-30
254.    The Snow Drift (276) Skewbald Horse (277) and The Game Bag (260) (3) £30-50
255.    French Street Scene (312) large and medium varieties (2) £25-35
256.    Transplanting Rice (332) Uncle Toby (328) and The Farriers (324) (3) £30-50
257.    The Breakfast Party (314) medium, Transplanting Rice (338) and The Red Bull Inn (359) (3) £30-50
258.    Peasant Boys (348) flat lid with base and Uncle Toby (328) framed (3) £30-40
259.    The Poultrywoman (349) Persuasion (353) and The Second Appeal (330B) (3) £30-50
260.    Preparing for the Ride (351) * Ex William Wood collection £20-30
261.    The Listener (363) £20-30
262.    Pegwell Bay Lobster Fishing (24) medium, Established 1760 (25) and Pretty Kettle of Fish (48) (3) £40-60
263.    Pegwell Bay, Four Shrimpers (26) Landing the Fare (38) and The Shrimpers (63) (3) £40-50
264.    Nelson Crescent (43) and Royal Harbour (42) (2) £30-50
265.    Hauling in the Trawl (53) Examining the Nets (54) and The Fishbarrow (58) (3) £25-35
266.    Drayton Manor (179) later issue and Sandringham (181) (2) £25-35
267.    Strathfieldsaye (187) * Ex Tebbs collection, lot 378 £30-40
268.    Thames Embankment (197) Trafalgar Square (201) Sandringham (181) and a Coalport lid: St Paul's Cathedral with base (5) £30-50
269.    Chin-Chew River (218) Harbour of Hong Kong (221) and Ning Po River (222) restored (3) £30-40
270.    Wimbledon July 1860 (223) Village Wedding (240) and The Enthusiast (245) (3) £30-40
271.    May Day Dancers (233) Shakespeare's Birthplace, Exterior (226) and Anne Hathaway's Cottage (228) (3) £30-40
272.    The Parish Beadle (236) stained and Dutch Winter Scene (308) (2) £30-50
273.    Xmas Eve (238) and Children Sailing Boat in Tub (263) (2) £40-50
274.    Our Home (241) and Our Pets (242) both later issues (2) £30-50
275.    Dangerous Skating (249) and The Fisherboy (341) (2) £30-50
276.    A Pair (252) Hide and Seek (255) and The Times (327) (3) £30-40
277.    The Faithful Shepherd (309) and The Old Watermill (318) (2) £40-50
278.    French Street Scene (312) and The Farriers (324) (2) £30-50
279.    Cattle and Ruins (315) Lend a Bite (317) and Fording the Stream (335) (3) £30-50
280.    The Shepherdess (325) and The Shepherd Boy (326) (2) £30-50
281.    Transplanting Rice (332) On Guard (340) and Preparing for the Ride (351) (3) £30-50
282.    Strasburg (331) marbled border complete with matching base and Vue de la Ville de Strasbourg (333) (3) £30-50
283.    The Picnic (354) and A Letter from the Diggings (360) (2) £30-40
284.    Preparing for the Ride (351) Red Bull Inn (359) and The Waterfall (365 (3) £30-50
285.    Alas! Poor Buin (1) with lantern £20-30
286.    Alas! Poor Bruin (1) brown fancy border £40-60
287.    Bear Hunting (4) small, gold line border £40-60
288.    Bear Hunting (4) medium, blue chequered border, gold line decoration £100-200
289.    The Bear Pit (6) medium, brown wavy border £50-100
290.    The Bear Pit (6) medium, brown wavy border £50-80
291.    Bears Reading Newspapers (7) Illustrated £400-800
292.    Bears at School (9) and Alas! Poor Bruin (1) (2) £50-80
293.    Bears on Rock (10) £40-80
294.    Bears with Valentines (11) Illustrated £500-1000
295.    The Performing Bear (12) Illustrated £600-1200
296.    Bear in a Ravine (14) Illustrated £1000-2000
297.    The Ins (15) flange drilled £60-120
298.    The Outs (16) £60-120
299.    Arctic Expedition in Search of Sir John Franklin (17) Illustrated £200-400
300.    Polar Bears (18) gold line border £60-100
301.    Bear, Lion and Cock (19) brown wavy line border £50-80
302.    All but Trapped (20) Illustrated £400-800
303.    Belle Vue Tavern with Cart (27) with base (2) Illustrated £500-1000
304.    Pegwell Bay, Still Life Game (35) £50-100
305.    Pegwell Bay, Still Life Fish (36) £50-100
306.    Pegwell Bay, Farmyard Scene (37) £50-100
307.    Pretty Kettle of Fish (48) with title £40-80
308.    Pretty Kettle of Fish (48) square window panes, no title £20-40
309.    Lobster Sauce (49) with title £40-80
310.    Lobster Sauce (49) and Pretty Kettle of Fish (48) (2) £40-50
311.    Fruit and Statue Piece (113) domed lid complete with shaped pot (2) Illustrated £120-180
312.    Floral (131/13) domed lid complete with shaped pot (2) Illustrated £120-180
313.    Floral (131/16) with decorated base (2) Illustrated £30-40
314.    Floral (131/17) screw threaded flange complete with base (2) Illustrated £30-50
315.    Floral (131/17) with base (2) Illustrated £30-40
316.    Floral (131/19) with base (2) Illustrated £30-40
317.    Floral (131/19) with base (2) Illustrated £30-50
318.    Floral (131/21) with decorated base (2) Illustrated £30-50
319.    Floral (131/23) complete with matching base (2) Illustrated £30-40
320.    Floral (131/23) complete with matching base (2) Illustrated £25-35
321.    Exhibition Buildings 1851 (134) medium £50-80
322.    Grand Exhibition 1851 (135) £40-60
323.    Dublin Industrial Exhibition 1853 (143) medium £70-100
324.    International Exhibition 1862 (144) £50-80
325.    Philadelphia Exhibition 1876 (147) and Paris Exhibition 1878)148) minor hairline crack (2) £30-50
326.    Admiral Sir Charles Napier (167A) medium £80-100
327.    Sir Robert Peel (170) £30-50
328.    Peabody (171) £30-50
329.    Dr Johnson (175) two examples and The Late Prince Consort (153) (3) £30-40
330.    Sandringham (181) Charing Cross (193) and New Blackfriars Bridge (196) (3) £40-60
331.    Albert Memorial (190) St Paul's Cathedral (192A) and Eleanor Cross (194) (3) £70-90
332.    Trafalgar Square (201) and New St Thomas's Hospital (203 (2) £30-50
333.    Embarking for the East (206) The Thirsty Soldier (205) and Meeting of Garibaldi (211) (3) £40-60
334.    Sebastopol (209) £20-30
335.    War (212) and Peace (213) each with base (4) £30-50
336.    War (210) and Peace (220) (2) £30-40
337.    Wimbledon, July 1860 (223) and Rifle Contest, Wimbledon July 1865 (224) (2) £30-50
338.    Napirima (225) £40-60
339.    Shakespeare's Birthplace, Exterior (226) leaf and scroll border £40-60
340.    Shakespeare's Birthplace, Interior (227) leaf and scroll border £40-60
341.    Anne Hathaway's Cottage (228) leaf and scroll border £40-80
342.    Holy Trinity Church, Stratford-on-Avon (229) leaf and scroll border Illustrated £200-400
343.    Holy Trinity Church (229) Shakespeare's Birthplace, Exterior (226) Interior (227) and Anne Hathaway's Cottage (228) (4) £50-100
344.    Hamlet (231) and Seven Ages of Man (230) (2) £30-50
345.    The Swing (239) The Enthusiast (245) and Village Wedding (240) (3) £50-70
346.    Our Home (241) with base (2) £40-80
347.    Our Pets (242) with base (2) £40-60
348.    Blind man's Buff (246) and Children Sailing Boat in Tub (237) (2) £50-70
349.    Contrast (266) A Race or Derby Day (257) and Hide and Seek (255) (3) £40-60
350.    Deerhound Guarding Cradle (269) extra small, no border, very fine hair line crack to flange £40-50
351.    The Begging Dog (270) £20-30
352.    High Life (274) Low Life (275) The Snow Drift (276) and Both Alike (272) (4) £60-90
353.    Sebastopol (208) large and (208A) medium (2) £40-50
354.    The Swallow (297) small £40-60
355.    The Swallow (297) medium £60-90
356.    The Faithful Shepherd (309) domed lid complete with shaped base (2) £40-50
357.    I See You My Boy (311) both red and blue cap examples (2) £30-50
358.    French Street Scene (312) and The Red Bull Inn (359) (2) £30-50
359.    Cattle and Ruins (315) and Preparing for the Ride (351) (2) £40-50
360.    Lend a Bite (317) and On Guard (340) (2) £30-40
361.    The Old Watermill (318) and The Faithful Shepherd (309) (2) £40-60
362.    Tam-o-Shanter and Souter Johnny (346) and Tam-o-Shanter (347) (2) £50-70
363.    The Picnic (354) and The Farriers (324) (2) £30-50
364.    The Irishman (357) and Charity (362) (2) £30-50
365.    The Listener (363) £30-40
366.    How I Love to Laugh (367) red jacket Illustrated £200-400
367.    Royal Coat of Arms (355A) inscribed J.N. Osborn, fine hairline crack Illustrated £100-200
368.    Pegwell Bay Shrimpers (31) ship in cliff variety £30-60
369.    New Jetty and Pier, Margate (39) £25-35
370.    Nelson Crescent, Ramsgate (43) £25-35
371.    The Great Exhibition of 1851, Opening Ceremony (140) £60-90
372.    Alma (165) medium £40-60
373.    Allied Generals (168) £25-35
374.    The First Appeal (329C) £25-35
375.    Bears on Rock (10) and Alas! Poor Bruin (1) (2) £30-40
376.    Pegwell Bay, Four Shrimpers (26) Lobster Fishing (24) and Hauling in the Trawl (53) (3) £40-50
377.    Pegwell Bay, Still Life Fish (36) large, minor crack to underside of rim and The Fishmarket (57) (2) £25-35
378.    Lady with Guitar (107) and The Lovers (119) small rim chip (2) £25-35
379.    New York Exhibition (142) later issue and The Bull Fight (244) Kirkhams issue (2) £20-40
380.    The Blue Boy (174) Albert Edward and Princess Alexandra (157) and The Second Appeal (330B) (3) £30-50
381.    Old Jack (215) Dutch Winter Scene (308) and The Old Water Mill (318) flange chipped (3) £30-50
382.    Xmas Eve (238) Thames Embankment (197) and War (219) (3) £30-50
383.    Fair Sportsman (250) Master of the Hounds (247) and A Race or Derby Day (257) (3) £30-50
384.    Holy Trinity Church (229) Good Dog (265) and Shells (52B) (3) £40-50
385.    Good Dog (265) and The Farriers (324) (2) £30-40
386.    I See You My Boy (311) The Wolf and the Lamb (361) and Uncle Toby (328) (3) £30-50
387.    The Picnic (354) and French Street Scene (312) flange chipped (2) £25-35
388.    The Poultry Woman (349) Transplanting Rice (332) and The Best Card (254) (3) £30-50
389.    A Fix (256) fancy border, Embarking for the East (206) chain border and The Picnic (354) each framed (3) £30-50
390.    Pegwell Bay, Established 1760 (25) Shakespeare's Birthplace, Interior (227) On Guard (340) and A Pair (252) each framed (4) £30-50
391.    Vue de la Ville de Strasbourg (333) War (219) A Pair (252) and Shakespeare's Birthplace, Interior (227) each framed (4) £30-50
392.    Five pot lids each defective and framed (5) £20-40
393.    Thirteen various medium pot lids each defective (13) £50-100
394.    Four large pot lids, a trefoil lid and two small lids each defective (7) £40-80
395.    The Bear Pit (6) and Shooting Bears (13) (2) £40-60
396.    The Bear Pit (6) fancy border £30-40
397.    Bears on Rock (10) medium £40-50
398.    Bears at School (19) and The Bear Pit (6) fine hairline crack (2) £30-50
399.    Pegwell Bay, Lobster Fishing (24) medium, Established 1760 (25) and Landing the Fare (38) (3) £40-60
400.    Belle Vue Tavern with Carriage (28) and Belle Vue (30) without bay window (2) £30-50
401.    Belle Vue (30) without bay window and Established 1760 (25) both framed (2) £30-40
402.    New Jetty and Pier Margate (39) Royal Harbour Ramsgate (42) and Established 1760 (25) (3) £40-60
403.    Walmer Castle (45) Royal Harbour Ramsgate (42) Pretty Kettle of Fish (48) and The Shrimpers (63) (4) £40-60
404.    Pretty Kettle of Fish (48) with title, fine hairline crack, another and Shells (52J) (3) £30-40
405.    Shells (52B) Landing the Fare (38) Pretty Kettle of Fish (48) and The Shrimpers (63) (4) £40-60
406.    Hauling in the Trawl (53) Examining the Nets (54) and Landing the Catch (55) each framed (3) £30-50
407.    The Trysting Place (118) and Lady with Guitar (107) (2) £30-40
408.    Lady Brushing Hair (111) and Lady with Guitar (107) (2) £40-60
409.    The Lovers (119) £40-50
410.    Grand International Buildings of 1851 (133) £30-40
411.    Grand International Buildings of 1851 (133) £30-40
412.    Exhibition Buildings 1851 (234) framed * Ex Smith collection, lot 248B £30-40
413.    Crystal Palace Interior (139) framed * Ex Smith collection, lot 248B £40-50
414.    The Great Exhibition of 1851, Opening Ceremony (140) £40-60
415.    Dublin Industrial Exhibition 1853 (143) medium £70-100
416.    Dublin Industrial Exhibition 1853 (143) large £40-60
417.    Philadelphia Exhibition 1876 (147) and Paris Exhibition 1878 (148) (2) £30-50
418.    Paris Exhibition 1878 (148) Philadelphia Exhibition (147) and New York Exhibition 1853 (142) later issue (3) £40-60
419.    Albert Edward and Princess Alexandra in 1863 (157) The Late Prince Consort (153) and England's Pride (149) (3) £40-60
420.    Allied Generals (168) Wellington (160B) restored and Queen Victoria on Balcony (150) restored (3) £30-60
421.    The Blue Boy (174) Uncle Toby (175) and The Late Prince Consort (153) (3) £40-60
422.    Buckingham Palace (176) restored * Ex Crowther collection, lot 235B £30-50
423.    Windsor Castle (178) medium and Windsor Park (180) (2) £50-70
424.    Windsor Castle (178) Windsor Park (180) both later issues and framed and Sandringham (181) chipped (3) £20-40
425.    Sandringham (181) and L' Exposition Universelle (145) (2) £30-50
426.    Osborne House (182) framed £30-40
427.    St Paul's Cathedral and the River Pageant (185) medium £30-50
428.    Strathfieldsaye (187) framed and Windsor Park (180) chipped (2) £30-40
429.    Albert Memorial (190) framed, St Paul's Cathedral (192A) and Eleanor Cross (194) (3) £60-90
430.    Thames Embankment (197) Charing Cross (193) and Albert Memorial (190) hairline crack (3) £30-40
431.    Holborn Viaduct (202) Trafalgar Square (201) and Alexandra Palace (200) (3) £40-50
432.    New St Thomas's Hospital (203) Holborn Viaduct (202) and Alexandra Palace (200) (3) £40-50
433.    Meeting of Garibaldi and Victor Emmanuel (211) Battle of the Nile (210) hairline crack and Peace (213) (3) £30-50
434.    War (212) and Peace (213) both framed and Battle of the Nile (210) (3) £30-50
435.    Meeting of Garibaldi and Victor Emanuel (211) Chin Chew River (218) Peace (213) (3) £30-50
436.    Conway Castle (217) later issue, Battle of the Nile (210) also Trafalgar Square (201) and Sebastopol (209) star crack, both framed (4) £30-40
437.    Ning Po River (222) War (219) and Peace (220) each framed (3) £40-60
438.    Wimbledon July 1860 (223) Harbour of Hong Kong (221) and two Shakespeare lids, both cracked (4) £30-50
439.    Wimbledon July 1860 (223) Seven Ages of Man (230) also Holy Trinity (229) and Hong Kong (221) both defective (4) £30-50
440.    Napirima Trinidad (225) large £40-60
441.    Hamlet (231) and three Shakespeare lids (4) £40-60
442.    May Day Dancers (223) The Swing (239) Shakespeare's Birthplace (227) and Village Wedding (240) (4) £40-60
443.    Xmas Eve (238) Village Wedding (240) and The Enthusiast (245) (3) £40-60
444.    Our Pets (242) Village Wedding (240) The Enthusiast (245) and Wimbledon (224) chipped (4) £40-60
445.    Blind Man's Buff (246) Village Wedding (240) and Chief's Return (248) (3) £40-50
446.    Dangerous Skating (249) and Blind Man's Buff (246) (2) £30-50
447.    Fair Sportswoman (250) A Race or Derby Day (257) and A Pair (252) framed (3) £30-50
448.    A Pair (252) Shakespeare's Birthplace, Interior (227) Contrast (266) and Skewbald Horse (277) each framed (4) £40-60
449.    A Fix (256) large and small varieties and Feeding the Chickens (267) (3) £40-50
450.    The Snow Drift (276) The Game Bag (260) and Contrast (266) (3) £30-50
451.    Good Dog (265) The Best Card (254) The Skewbald Horse (277) and two reproduction lids, each framed (5) £40-50
452.    The Begging Dog (270) and The Snow Drift (276) (2) £30-40
453.    The Snow Drift (276) High Life (274) and The Begging Dog (270) restored (3) £30-40
454.    Both Alike (272) Country Quarters (273) High Life (274) and Low Life (275) each framed (4) £50-80
455.    Dutch Winter Scene (308) I See You My Boy (311) and French Street Scene (312) (3) £30-50
456.    French Street Scene (312) I See You My Boy (311) and The Breakfast Party (324) stained (3) £30-40
457.    Cattle and Ruins (315) and The Queen God Bless Her (319) both large with fancy borders (2) £30-50
458.    The Farriers (324) The Dentist (323) and Uncle Toby (328) (3) £30-50
459.    The Shepherdess (325) The Shepherdboy (326) and The First Appeal (329C) (3) £30-40
460.    The Shepherdboy (326) Uncle Toby (328) and The Farriers (324) chipped (3) £30-40
461.    The Times (327) The Rivals (322) and The First Appeal (329C) (3) £30-50
462.    The First Appeal (329C) Uncle Toby (328) and The Shepherdess (325) chipped (3) £30-40
463.    Strasburg (331) large, Uncle Toby (328) Village Wedding (240) and The Flute Player (337) each framed (3) £40-60
464.    The Second Appeal (330B) large and medium varieties and Strasburg (331) (3) £30-50
465.    Strasburg (331) Transplanting Rice (332) and Fording the Stream (335) (3) £30-50
466.    Vue de la Ville de Strasbourg (333) large and medium varieties and The Trooper (334) (3) £30-50
467.    Transplanting Rice (332) large, black mottled border also a medium example and Fording the Stream (335) (3) £30-50
468.    Uncle Toby (340) Red Bull Inn (359) and Poultrywoman (349) hairline crack, each framed (3) £30-40
469.    Negro and Pitcher (344) The Poultry Woman (349) and Preparing for the Ride (351) (3) £30-50
470.    Tam-o-Shanter and Souter Johnny (346) and Tam-o-Shanter (347) (2) £30-40
471.    Peasant Boys (348) black mottled and gilded flange complete with matching base, lid with fine hairline crack (2) £50-70
472.    The Picnic (354) Persuasion (353) and Red Bull Inn (359) (3) £30-50
473.    The Irishman (357) Red Bull Inn (359) and The Picnic (354) (3) £30-50
474.    Little Red Riding Hood (358) The Trooper (356) and Red Bull Inn (359) (3) each framed (3) £30-50
475.    A Letter from the Diggings (360) large variety, restored and medium also Charity (362) chipped (3) £25-35
476.    Charity (362) large and medium varieties also The Waterfall (365) (3) £30-50
477.    The Listener (363) Charity (362) and A Letter from the Diggings (360) (3) £30-50
478.    Youth and Age (366) and The Wolf and the Lamb (361) both framed (2) £40-60
479.    A Sea Shore Study (393) pink border with base, The Donkey's Foal (386) green border with base and The Torrent (411) blue border, chipped (5) £20-30
480.    The Donkey's Foal (386) Milking the Cow (391) and A Sea Shore Study (393) each with base (6) £60-80
481.    The Donkey's Foal (386) Milking the Cow (391) A Sea Shore Study (393) and Tyrolese Village Scene (397) all contained in one single frame £80-100
482.    Eight various defective or restored lids also a jug and a side plate (10) £20-40
483.    A base printed in black for Nuthall & Mason chemists Norwich, seven other plain bases, ten various frames and auction catalogues including Ball and Cohen parts I and II (a lot) £30-40