Commemoratives, Ceramics, Pot Lids and Prattware Auction on
Saturday 17th November 2018

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1.      Abolition of Slavery: an English porcelain plate the moulded border of shaped outline printed in grey with quotations centred by a female Negro cradling an infant, circa 1835 (commemorative commemorate) 80-120
2.      1851 Great Exhibition: an English porcelain cup and saucer printed in mauve with a named and dated view (2) (commemorative commemorate) 30-40
3.      A Clementson pottery plate printed in brown for Viscount Clive 1839 and an octagonal pottery plate depicting Disraeli, circa 1886, small chip (2) (commemorative commemorate)
* Edward Herbert, 3rd Earl of Powys was born on 5th November 1818 30-40
4.      French Revolution: six various faience plates each painted with scenes, trophies and slogans in support of the French Monarchy, circa 1790, approx 225mm, two defective (6) (commemorative commemorate) 80-120
5.      French Revolution: three faience plates each painted with trophies in support of the French Monarchy, two other and two blue bordered plates, circa 1790 (7) (commemorative commemorate) 50-80
6.      A blue pottery handled cake plate printed in black with a slavery scene, circa 1835, 278mm wide, restored, two Father Mathew plates and a Band of Hope plate (4) (commemorative commemorate) 30-40
7.      A blue printed bowl depicting the Crystal Palace, a nursery plate 'The Great Britain Steam Ship', a pink lustre jug 'The Great Eastern Leviathan, and a tapering jug depicting Grace Darling (4) (commemorative commemorate) 50-100
8.      # An octagonal pottery plate depicting H.M. Stanley, another Fred Archer, chips to rear, three plates depicting Divines and two others (7) (commemorative commemorate) 50-100
9.      # A pierced bordered side plate depicting Nasreddin Shah of Persia, a similar bowl for the Kaiser, a Rosenthal plate of von Hindenburg and three other pieces (6) (commemorative commemorate) 40-60
10.     # Fifteen various printed ceramics including Corn Laws, railways, Jenny Lind, Royal etc, some defective (a lot) (commemorative commemorate) 30-50
11.     # Eleven various moulded jugs and two printed depicting Walter Scott and Tennyson, some defects (11) (commemorative commemorate) 30-50
12.     # American Interest: eighteen various ceramic pieces, some defective also a plate for Lindberg's 1927 flight and five space flight related pieces (24) (commemorative commemorate) 40-80
13.     # Eleven French pottery plates printed in black with cartoons after Hamlit and Draner, another for ARM jubilee and one other plate for the Beatles (16) (commemorative commemorate) 30-60
14.     # A moulded glass tankard for Edward Hanlan, a glass dish for the Manchester Ship Canal 1894, eleven political related moulded glass pieces, two Gordon inkwells and three works of reference (a lot) (commemorative commemorate) 30-60
15.     # A Ridgway buff pottery moulded jug for the Eglington Tournament, 250mm and three other moulded jugs each with hairline cracks (4) (commemorative commemorate) 30-40
16.     John Wesley: an octagonal plate by Challinor & Co for his centenary and another circular plate, both circa 1891 (2) (commemorative commemorate) 30-60
17.     An octagonal pottery plate with named seated portrait of Hon Edward Blake MA QC, another James Fraser, a Primitive Methodist plate and one other for Viscount Clive (4) (commemorative commemorate) 40-60
18.     Wellington, Peel and the Polka: a good nursery plate with florette moulded border enamelled in blue and green printed in pink with an inscribed scene, circa 1844, 187mm Illustrated (commemorative commemorate)
* In 1844 the Polka craze swept Britain, Peel was Prime Minister and Wellington Leader of the Lords. 100-200
19.     1832 Reform: a cylindrical mug printed in pink with named portraits, fine hairline crack and a jug printed in blue with portraits of Grey, 155mm (2) (commemorative commemorate) 30-60
20.     1832 Reform: a pottery jug printed in purple, 210mm, fine star crack, an octagonal plate and another with named portrait of Peel, firing crack (3) (commemorative commemorate) 30-60
21.     Disraeli: three octagonal plates (3) (commemorative commemorate) 30-60
22.     An octagonal pottery plate with named portrait of Lord Randolph Churchill and two others of Joseph Chamberlain (3) (commemorative commemorate) 30-60
23.     An octagonal pottery plate with named portrait of Salisbury, another Iddesleigh and one other of Charles Stuart Parnell, tiny chip to underside (3) (commemorative commemorate) 30-60
24.     Russian Revolution: a Russian porcelain plate after the originals stylistically painted in the propaganda style with a portrait of Stalin, the reverse marked and inscribed Adomovich, 241mm and another similar decorated with ration coupons (2) Illustrated (commemorative commemorate) 100-200
25.     Russian Revolution: a Russian porcelain plate after the originals stylistically painted in the propaganda style with a portrait of Lenin, the Russian Eagle obscured by the Red Star and ration coupons, the reverse marked and inscribed Adomovich, 238mm and another similar decorated with a revolutionary (2) Illustrated (commemorative commemorate)
See an article in the Apollo magazine of April 2017 for an illustration of the first of the two plates in this lot. A translation of the inscription reads: He who does not work does not eat. 100-200
26.     Russian Revolution: a Russian porcelain plate after the originals stylistically painted in the propaganda style with a Red Guard impaling vouchers, flags, date and inscription, the reverse marked and inscribed Adomovich, 239mm and another similar decorated with a portrait of Lenin and the Red Star (2) Illustrated (commemorative commemorate) 100-200
27.     Russian Revolution: a Russian porcelain plate after the originals stylistically painted in the propaganda style after Malevich, the reverse marked and inscribed, 265mm and another similar by Suetin (2) Illustrated (commemorative commemorate)
* An original example of the Malevich plate was sold by Sothebys on 26th November 2007 as lot 32. 100-200
28.     Lenin: a white glazed Russian porcelain portrait bust after Vybogolyubov, 185mm and a circular white bisque porcelain portrait plaque (2) (commemorative commemorate) 40-80
29.     Stalin: a pottery figure of the Dictator depicted standing in green uniform, the underside inscribed 'London 1953', 151mm and a white bisque porcelain portrait bust (2) (commemorative commemorate) 40-60
30.     Chinese Revolution: a colourful glazed stoneware group depicting two revolutionaries in uniform, 325mm, a white bisque porcelain portrait bust of Mao and a plaque (3) (commemorative commemorate) 40-80
31.     1938 Neville Chamberlain: a Paragon plate for the Munich Peace Conference (commemorative commemorate) 25-35
32.     # John Kennedy: an amusing pottery liquor set modelled as the President sat astride the globe, one of the four cups missing, 246mm high overall and a Wedgwood black basalt portrait bust (a lot) (commemorative commemorate) 40-60
33.     # An Ashstead jug depicting Baldwin another moulded with portraits of Cobden and Peel and three other moulded pottery jugs, each with a minor defect (5) (commemorative commemorate) 30-60
34.     # A pair of plates of the Gladstones, a blue glazed plaque, two octagonal plates and three others, some minor defects (8) (commemorative commemorate) 30-60
35.     1832 Reform: a purple printed pottery jug, 210mm (commemorative commemorate) 40-60
36.     Free Trade: a cup and saucer printed in black with a seated Negro lady holding a trident, the cap of Liberty and Union flag aloft, a cornucopia in the foreground, circa 1835 and a large pottery mug, cracked (3) (commemorative commemorate) 40-60
37.     # Sir Robert Peel: a white moulded jug with named half-length portrait, stained, a jug with purple printed portrait, handle reaffixed, another jug and a jug for the Corn Laws (5) (commemorative commemorate) 40-60
38.     # An octagonal plate depicting Disraeli, another Chamberlain and one other Iddseleigh (3) (commemorative commemorate) 30-40
39.     # Gladstone: a cylindrical mug depicting both WE and Herbert for 1880, two jugs, two mugs and a dish all for WE also mugs for 1851 and 1862 exhibitions and opening of Preston Town Hall, mostly with cracks (9) (commemorative commemorate) 30-40
40.     # Five various plates for Gladstone, another Tom Ellis, also Roberts and Baden Powell and a tile depicting Bright, some cracked (9) (commemorative commemorate) 25-35
41.     # A jug by Percy Metcalf depicting Stanley Baldwin and another Lloyd George (2) (commemorative commemorate) 30-50
42.     1854 Crimea: an English porcelain mug printed in grey and decorated in colours with crossed flags, shaking hands and ribboned inscriptions, inscribed in gilt Eliza Jones 1853, 95mm high (commemorative commemorate) 30-40
43.     1854 Crimea: a pearlware mug the waisted body printed in blue with scenes entitled Odessa and Sebastopol, 111mm (commemorative commemorate) 25-35
44.     1855 Crimea: a tapering pottery jug printed in black with scenes entitled Coll. Windham and Sebastopol, 172mm, fine hairline crack (commemorative commemorate)
* Colonel Windham lead the British Charge on the Redan. See Victoria Remembered, plate 222 30-50
45.     1855 Crimea: a squat pottery jug printed in blue with soldiers and sailors beneath ribboned inscriptions, the underside with printed R.H. mark, 185mm (commemorative commemorate) 50-80
46.     1854 Crimea: a rare pottery supper or smokers set comprising a comport printed with amusing scenes of marriage, the waisted pot with a scene of sailors entitled 'Heart of Oak and Liberty' and a battle scene entitled 'Sir Geo Brown at the Battle of Inkerman, the spittoon lid and a taper holder, the pot 121mm high, restored (4) (commemorative commemorate) 50-100
47.     1853 Omar Pacha: a Belgian pottery plate printed in black with an inscribed battle scene of Oltenitza, printed and impressed marks, 235mm (commemorative commemorate)
* Omar Pacha led the Ottoman army against the Russian attack at the Battle of Oltenitza, the first engagement of the Crimea in November 1853. 30-40
48.     1855 Crimea: a set of twelve French pottery plates the moulded borders lined in blue, each printed in black with a numbered scene, printed marks, 197mm, some chips and cracks (12) (commemorative commemorate) 100-300
49.     Crimea War: a silvered soft medal medallion for the victory at Alma contained in a gilt embossed metal case by Pinches & Co and another for Balaklava, cased (2) (commemorative commemorate) 30-60
50.     1857 William Hewett VC RN: A rare nursery plate with florette moulded border printed in black with a battle scene entitled 'Hewett firing the Lancaster gun on the advancing Russians', indistinct impressed makers mark, 161mm, minor star crack to the reverse Illustrated (commemorative commemorate)
* On 26th October 1854 Hewett, together with a number of men in his command, bravely stood their ground against the advancing Russians. For this he was promoted to Lieutenant on 5th November. At the subsequent Battle of Inkerman he was again commended and later awarded the newly created Victoria Cross (gazetted 24th February 1857). This was first presented by Queen Victoria on 26th June 1857 at the ceremony in Hyde Park where Hewett was fifth in that presentation line. See Victoria Remembered, plate 238 100-200
51.     A 19th century Wedgwood blue jasperware portrait medallion of John Jervis, First Earl of Vincent, 114mm and another dark blue jasperware medallion possibly depicting George Brydges Rodney, cracked (2) (commemorative commemorate) 50-80
52.     Nelson and Berry: a Prattware jug moulded and painted in typical colours with named portraits, circa 1800, 130mm Illustrated (commemorative commemorate) 80-100
53.     1805 Nelson in Memoriam: a good pearlware bowl printed in blue, 227mm diameter Illustrated (commemorative commemorate) 100-150
54.     1805 Nelson in Memoriam: a pearlware soup bowl printed in blue with allegorical scene and a small 'Trafalgar' bowl, cracked (2) (commemorative commemorate) 50-70
55.     1805 Nelson in Memoriam: a small cylindrical mug printed in black, 61mm Illustrated (commemorative commemorate) 80-100
56.     Wellington and Hill: three well moulded and coloured jugs with named portraits, circa 1810, largest 168mm, each chipped (3) (commemorative commemorate) 60-90
57.     Wellington: a white stoneware jug banded in blue and moulded with named portraits of Wellington and Blucher, circa 1815, 151mm and a black basalt teapot and cover, chip to beast spout (3) (commemorative commemorate) 80-120
58.     Crimea: a pink lustre banded frog mug printed in black and decorated in colours, circa 1856, 125mm (commemorative commemorate) 40-60
59.     Crimea: two nursery plates, a jug printed in black and profusely gilded, restored and another jug printed in mauve (4) (commemorative commemorate) 40-50
60.     A colourful Delft dish decorated with scenes of war and peace inscribed for the Versailles Peace Conference of 1919, a large blue printed Delft dish for 1945 victory in the Netherlands and two American pottery plates with named portraits (4) (commemorative commemorate) 50-70
61.     A set of eight Delft moulded and colourfully decorated rectangular plaques for victory in the Second World War in the Netherlands, 197 x 141mm (8) (commemorative commemorate) 100-200
62.     # A Worcester King of Prussia mug, an 1814 Peace of Paris mug, a Rodney character mug, a Duncan mug, a Sunderland Bridge mug and a later red printed jug also a rare Davenport terracotta wine cooler commemorating Nelson, 254mm high, each item damaged (7) (commemorative commemorate) 40-80
63.     # 1802 Peace of Amiens: a good pearlware plate printed in brown with an allegorical scene, also five other similarly decorated pieces, each broken (a lot) (commemorative commemorate) 20-40
64.     # 1805 Nelson in Memoriam: four various jugs, each defective (4) (commemorative commemorate) 50-100
65.     # 1805 Nelson in Memoriam: a blue printed pearlware circular stand and similar bowl and tureen, another bowl, a cup and saucer, a pottery pipe and a Samson plate, each defective (8) (commemorative commemorate) 30-60
66.     # A Royal Patriotic Fund jug by Alcock, circa 1856, 195mm, a similar vase and a jug for the Crimea, each defective (3) (commemorative commemorate) 40-60
67.     # Crimea: two moulded jugs in brown and green and two others both cracked (4) (commemorative commemorate) 30-40
68.     # Wellington: eleven various moulded jugs each with a minor defect (11) (commemorative commemorate) 50-150
69.     # A brown glazed pottery maskhead pottery jug of Napoleon by George Skey, 230mm, handle repaired, two late Staffordshire pieces and a reproduction spirit flask (4) (commemorative commemorate) 20-40
70.     # World War II: seven various Delft plates (7) (commemorative commemorate) 25-35
71.     # A quantity of war related ceramics some with minor defects (a lot) (commemorative commemorate) 20-60
72.     # Churchill: nine pieces in good condition (9) (commemorative commemorate) 50-100
73.     1812 Napoleon: a pearlware jug printed in grey and decorated in colours with scenes of escape and bear dancing, 140mm, restored, a moulded jug depicting Wellington and Hill, star crack and a Peace of Amiens plate (3) (commemorative commemorate)
* See Drakard plates 690 and 691 60-90
74.     A stoneware maskhead jug depicting Napoleon, 142mm, also a Staffordshire figure, a maskhead jug depicting Wellington, hairline crack and a nursery plate, chipped (4) (commemorative commemorate) 60-80
75.     1855 Crimea: a cylindrical mug printed in black with a battle scene, 101mm and a jug with scenes from Balaklava, fine star crack (2) (commemorative commemorate) 50-70
76.     1856 Crimea: a rare pottery beaker printed in black for the Festival in Worksop, 86mm Illustrated (commemorative commemorate)
* See Victoria Remembered, plate 234 50-100
77.     1856 Crimea: a rare porcelain mug printed in grey and decorated in colours and gilt with the Nightingale Jewel, 75mm Illustrated (commemorative commemorate)
* See Victoria Remembered, plate 235 50-100
78.     A porcelain mug printed in grey and decorated in colours with crossed flags and inscribed, circa 1855 and a Foley beaker with colour printed portrait of Baden-Powell the reverse inscribed for the relief of Mafeking, May 17th 1900 (2) (commemorative commemorate) 40-50
79.     A small Paragon mug with gilt lion handle and named portrait of Chamberlain the Peacemaker, a pottery loving cup depicting Churchill and Roosevelt and a small parian bust of Lloyd George (3) (commemorative commemorate) 40-60
80.     1813 Captain Lawrence: a print after the painting by Alonzo Chappel depicting the wounded Lawrence uttering his dying command, overmounted and framed 328 x 345mm overall (commemorative commemorate)
* James Lawrence, the American naval officer, in command of the USS Chesapeake, engaged the Royal Navy's HMS Shannon outside Boston Harbour on 1st June 1813 in a 'single ship' engagement. Mortally wounded he is remembered for his dying command 'Don't give up the ship' however his ship was overrun shortly afterwards. 20-40
81.     Napoleon Bonaparte: a rare folding hand coloured map of 'The Island & Fort of St Helena' by Lieut R.P. Read engraved by R Kirkwood and published in October 1815 by Burgis & Barfoot detailing the names and places of residence, bearing facsimile signatures of Napoleon when First Consul and when Emperor, the reverse affixed with a printed descriptive text, contained in a later paper slip inscribed in ink with information regarding this 1815 edition of the map also describing the residence of Napoleon, together with the original slip case in card, 459 x 593mm Illustrated (commemorative commemorate) 200-400
82.     Napoleon Bonaparte: A good Staffordshire pottery figure depicted standing in uniform, circa 1850, 255mm (commemorative commemorate) 40-80
83.     Crimea War: a Sunderland pink lustre decorated bottle coaster set with twin handles, 158mm diameter overall (commemorative commemorate) 30-40
84.     1897 Jubilee: a pottery plate printed in black with the four generations and residences within a border of dates, 226mm and another in orange with sporting pursuits (2) (commemorative commemorate) 30-40
85.     1902 Coronation: a good pair of porcelain plates by Hammersley & Co, the cobalt blue borders well gilded and centred by portraits in colours flanked by acanthus leaves, impressed marks, 225mm (2) (commemorative commemorate) 90-100
86.     A Paragon plate and a glass dish both for 1937 George VI, a Ridgway, portrait plate, two mugs, a small loving cup and a powder compact (7) (commemorative commemorate) 25-35
87.     Victoria: a plate and a mug both for 1901 in memoriam, two side plates for jubilees, two small German bisque porcelain busts on ebonised pedestals, 163mm overall, another figure, chipped and an opalene glass bust (8) (commemorative commemorate) 30-40
88.     William and Mary: a Dutch Delft lobed dish of smaller size painted in blue, green and yellow with a crowned portrait, circa 1690, 217mm, hairline crack Illustrated (commemorative commemorate) 300-600
89.     William V of Orange: a Dutch Delft plate painted in characteristic palette with a portrait initialled P V O R with a loyal inscription, circa 1766, 226mm Illustrated (commemorative commemorate) 100-200
90.     William V and Wilhelmina: a creamware plate the moulded border of wavy outline Dutch decorated in bright colours with initialled and inscribed portraits, circa 1785, 225mm Illustrated (commemorative commemorate) 80-100
91.     William V and Wilhelmina: a creamware plate of inverted barbed outline Dutch decorated in bright colours with initialled and inscribed portraits, circa 1790, 243mm Illustrated (commemorative commemorate) 70-90
92.     William V of Orange: a creamware plate the moulded border of wavy outline Dutch decorated in colours with inscription and dated 1785, 235mm, a similar plate with initialled portrait, restored and another printed in black (3) (commemorative commemorate) 70-90
93.     George III: a pearlware bowl printed in blue 'King and Constitution', 280mm, circa 1793, repaired and another bowl printed in blue for the King's recovery, restored (2) (commemorative commemorate) 80-120
94.     A pink lustre banded cup and saucer for Charlotte in memoriam, a copper lustre jug for Caroline, spout chipped and a Staffordshire nursery plate printed in green for 1837 coronation, cracked (4) (commemorative commemorate) 50-80
95.     1897 Jubilee: an octagonal statistics plate printed in black and decorated in colours and gilt and two other octagonal plates (3) (commemorative commemorate) 40-60
96.     1897 Jubilee: an octagonal statistics plate printed in brown and decorated in colours and two other octagonal plates (3) (commemorative commemorate) 40-60
97.     A Whittle-le-Woods ox roast plate for 1887 jubilee, another depicting Prince Albert Victor, tiny chip and one other (3) (commemorative commemorate) 30-50
98.     # A teapot and cover and two cups and saucers each printed in pink with portraits of Victoria and Albert and another for Prince and Princes of Prussia (4) (commemorative commemorate) 40-60
99.     # A jug for George IV in memoriam, another 1831 coronation, a large plate for 1897, another plate for Edward VII in memoriam, five royal related moulded jugs, all with minor defects and three other plates (12) (commemorative commemorate) 30-60
100.    # Twelve royal related moulded glass pieces (12) (commemorative commemorate) 20-40
101.    # A Wedgwood mug by Ravilious, another by Guyatt both for 1953, eleven other Guyatt mugs, five by Thoms and two others (20) (commemorative commemorate) 40-80
102.    # Two plates by Bing & Grondahl another by Royal Copenhagen for Dutch Royal Family members and three others (6) (commemorative commemorate) 20-40
103.    # Five Wedgwood portrait medallions for Royal Family members, two jasperware plates and a money box for 1969 (a lot) (commemorative commemorate) 20-40
104.    William and Mary: a large Dutch delft dish painted in blue with portraits inscribed KWD3 MSKIVGB, circa 1690, 340mm, stapled repair and restored rim Illustrated (commemorative commemorate) 200-400
105.    George III: a small Westerwald pitcher the oviform body moulded with GR monogram and incised decoration painted in blue, circa 1740, 139mm (commemorative commemorate) 40-80
106.    Charlotte and Leopold: a good pair of rare nursery plates by Harley & Co having feather edged rims printed in blue with half-length portraits, impressed marks, circa 1816, 182mm Illustrated (commemorative commemorate) 200-300
107.    Charlotte and Leopold: a rare pink lustre banded jug printed in black with named half-length portraits, circa 1816, 130mm, rim and foot restored Illustrated (commemorative commemorate) 70-90
108.    1817 Charlotte in Memoriam: a pink lustre decorated pearlware jug banded in blue and printed in grey with an inscribed tomb, 125mm Illustrated (commemorative commemorate) 70-90
109.    Caroline: a dessert plate the border moulded with fruits on a cobalt blue reserve, the centre printed in pink with a half-length portrait, restored and two moulded and colourfully decorated nursery plates, all circa 1820, chipped and cracked (3) (commemorative commemorate) 70-100
110.    Caroline: a pearlware jug printed in blue with named profile and on the reverse quote from Henry the Eighth, 124mm, foot restored and a small cylindrical mug with named portrait, hairline crack, both circa 1820 (2) (commemorative commemorate) 70-100
111.    Caroline: a squat copper lustre banded pearlware jug with the named half-length portrait and on the reverse four lines of verse on the subject of taking a wife, circa 1820, 137mm (commemorative commemorate) 80-120
112.    Caroline: a copper lustre banded 'Green Bag' jug printed in brown with portrait and verse, circa 1820, 152mm, small hairline crack, lip restored (commemorative commemorate) 40-80
113.    1821 Coronation: a blue printed pearlware jug by R. Johnson decorated in coloured enamels, 105mm, chipped and cracked (commemorative commemorate) 40-80
114.    1821 Caroline in Memoriam: a pink and copper lustre banded jug printed in black with named and dated portrait and an inscribed tomb, 115mm, foot chipped and restored (commemorative commemorate) 50-80
115.    Duke of York: a rare buff pottery jug printed in black with loyal inscriptions centred by a named and dated portrait, 135mm, spout restored and small chip to foot also a bowl with named profiles, both circa 1827 (2) (commemorative commemorate) 80-120
116.    George IV: a pottery nursery plate, probably Scottish, the border moulded with swords, sceptres, crowns, the centre with a named profile painted in bright colours, circa 1821, 188mm, small rim chip (commemorative commemorate) 30-50
117.    1830 George IV in Memoriam: a jug printed in black, marked GBH on the underside, 115mm (commemorative commemorate) 50-60
118.    1831 Coronation: a purple printed cylindrical mug marked GH on the underside, 82mm and another with named portraits in grey, fine hairline crack (2) (commemorative commemorate) 70-90
119.    1831 Coronation: a lobed pottery jug printed in purple with named and dated portraits, 180mm (commemorative commemorate) 70-100
120.    1831Coronation: a pink lustre pottery jug printed in black with superimposed named profiles and dated on the reverse, 160mm, spout chipped and restored (commemorative commemorate) 60-90
121.    A nursery plate printed in black with named portraits of Victoria and Albert, circa 1840 and a large soup bowl printed in purple for 1861 Albert in memoriam (2) (commemorative commemorate) 50-80
122.    A cup and saucer and a pottery mug for the 1863 wedding and an English porcelain side plate and cup the cobalt blue ground gilded with Prince of Wales' feathers within a heart shaped cartouche upon a white reserve, rubbed (5) (commemorative commemorate) 50-80
123.    # A nursery plate depicting George III presenting a Bible, another in memoriam and a Liverpool plate for the 1821 coronation, each defective (3) (commemorative commemorate) 40-50
124.    # Charlotte: a colourful lobed jug moulded with named portraits, a blue printed pottery plate depicting Claremont, a teapot stand depicting Goody Bewley and two cups and two saucers, all defective (7) (commemorative commemorate) 30-40
125.    # 1831 Coronation: three various jugs, each with minor defects (3) (commemorative commemorate) 40-60
126.    # A large pottery jug printed in black with a crown flanked by GR IV monogram, 218mm, repaired and a purple printed mug for 1831 coronation, cracked (2) (commemorative commemorate) 30-40
127.    # Victoria and Albert: a blue glazed pottery jug, another, restored and a matched cup and saucer (4) (commemorative commemorate) 20-30
128.    # A small octagonal jug for the 1858 wedding of Princess Royal, also a pink cup and saucer, a white moulded jug for 1863 wedding and a cup and saucer for 1893 wedding (6) (commemorative commemorate) 30-40
129.    Queen Anne: a good Vauxhall cylindrical stoneware tankard of three pint capacity applied with a moulded oval portrait medallion flanked by animals, buildings, trees and flowerheads, crudely incised 3pt beneath the strap handle, circa 1720, 183mm high, very minor chips Illustrated (commemorative commemorate)
* A not dis-similar Vauxhall tankard dated 1722 from a Canadian collection was sold by Christies South Kensington on 7th May 1999 as lot 509 1500-2500
130.    George III's Recovery from Ill Health: a good and rare pearlware vase the baluster shaped body of acanthus leaf form on a waisted foot and rectangular base with re-entrant corners moulded with a half -length profile of the King and on the reverse a profile of King Lear depicted as Uranus with foliage in his hair, decorated in underglaze blue, brown, green and black, circa 1789, 219mm high Illustrated (commemorative commemorate)
* On 15th March 1789 a service of thanksgiving was held at St Paul's Cathedral for King's recovery for which a number of commemoratives were produced. Most unusually this piece alludes to the King's madness with the depiction of Shakespeare's King Lear (who similarly went mad when disposing of his kingdom to two of his three daughters). Most likely and in the absence of any true likeness, Lear is depicted as the mythological Greek God Uranus (the planet having been discovered in 1781 by the astronomer William Hershell (for which he was appointed Court Astronomer by George III). David Garrick had played Lear (depicted with foliage on his head) in his 1756 production. Following the King's first bout of madness there were no further meaningful productions of the play. Indeed between 1810 and 1820, when the King again lapsed into periods of insanity, the authorities banned any production of the play. 300-600
131.    A small silver gelatine photograph of a boy thought to be Prince John contained in a silver frame with crown surmount, hallmarked for Birmingham 1901, 55mm high overall (commemorative commemorate)
30-90
132.    1856 Victoria: a particularly fine carved ivory portrait bust after Noble the reverse inscribed Victoria, M. Noble, London 1856, raised on a marble column with square plinth, 223mm high overall Illustrated (commemorative commemorate) 150-300
133.    A printed letter from Princess Elizabeth dated 21st May 1947 to members of the Royal Household expressing thanks for the gift of a diamond broach on the occasion of her 21st birthday, with printed signature, together with the postal envelope also a printed expression of thanks for good wishes on the occasion of their 25th wedding anniversary with photographic images and printed signatures of the King and Queen and an order of service booklet for the burial of King George VI (a lot) (commemorative commemorate) 20-40
134.    George VI and Queen Elizabeth: a Christmas card affixed with a photographic view of Windsor Castle, autopen signed by both the King and Queen, the cover embossed with the crown in gold, circa 1950, 252 x 201mm Illustrated (commemorative commemorate) 50-150
135.    1951 George VI and Queen Elizabeth: a pair of presentation photographs by Dorothy Wilding, hand signed and dated in brown ink; the Queen's in leather presentation frame embossed with crowned monogram in gilt, 317 x 226mm overall (2) Illustrated (commemorative commemorate) 400-800
136.    1951 Duke of Windsor: a copy of 'The Kings Story, the Memoirs of the Duke of Windsor KG' the inside front cover affixed with a sheet of embossed stationary hand signed in blue ink 'To Dan Davies with best wishes from Edward November 1951', the dust jacket torn (commemorative commemorate) 80-120
137.    1952 Duke and Duchess of Windsor: a particularly good presentation photograph by Dorothy Wilding hand signed and dated by both sitters in black ink, the tissue mount signed in pencil by Wilding, contained in a best quality cream leather frame by Saintyves of Paris embossed with WE crowned monogram and lined in gilt, 273 x 300mm overall Illustrated (commemorative commemorate) 600-1200
138.    1952 Duke of Windsor: an embossed Christmas gift tag hand written and signed in blue ink together with the attached green ribbon and a piece of Buckingham Palace headed notepaper inscribed with Davies' Wimpole Street address, the tag 40 x 80mm (a lot) Illustrated (commemorative commemorate) 50-150
139.    Duchess of Windsor: a handwritten letter on Great Westwood, Kings Langley headed notepaper signed and dated Dec 5th in blue ink expressing thanks for a delightful evening, together with the handwritten envelope, probably 1953 (2) Illustrated (commemorative commemorate)
* William Ward, 3rd Earl of Dudley who resided at Great Westwood where the Duke, who was Godfather to his son (later the 4th Earl), and the Duchess were visitors. 50-150
140.    A telegram sent on 29 June 1955 from Paris by the Duke of Windsor to Davies thanking him for his birthday wishes, a packet of matches the inner cover inscribed '29.5.57 lunch at Mill with TRH Duke & Duchess Windsor', various press cuttings regarding Davies and the Windsors, a telegram from Elizabeth (Queen Mother) and another from the Duke of Windsor both expressing sympathy to Lady Davies upon the death of her husband together with a copy of her reply (a lot) (commemorative commemorate) 40-80
141.    1956 Duke and Duchess of Windsor: a presentation photograph by Philippe Halsman, the silver gelatine image depicting the couple three-quarter length standing, hand signed in blue biro by both sitters and contained in a good quality frame by Saintyves of Paris, the burgundy leather frame embossed in gilt with crowned monogram, 228 x 176mm overall, frame slightly distressed, together with a two embossed card handwritten in biro note from the Duchess dated May 7th (1957 added in a different hand) commenting on the enclosed 'small photograph' and their preference for avoiding photography at their 'certain or uncertain age' also referring to this as being 'their last attempt in New York in October' (2) Illustrated (commemorative commemorate)
* Philippe Halsman's creative ability behind the lense is well documented. His series of 'jumpolgy' photographs capturing the sitter in mid air were not only stylish, amusing but also ground breaking in their approach. He captured the Duke and Duchess of Windsor in this way and almost certainly at the same sitting as this photograph where the couple, variously depicted in mid air, are dressed identically (save for the removal of the Duchess' oversized buttonhole in all but one photograph) which all share the same backdrop. 500-1500
142.    Christmas 1957 Duke and Duchess of Windsor: a card picturing an amusing sketch of a pug dog with printed good wishes inside, complete with the handwritten envelope affixed with stamps also an embossed gift tag handwritten in red biro signed Edward offering 'best wishes for Christmas and 1958', on the reverse expressing thanks for 'The Pen and the Sword which I shall read with interest' (a lot) Illustrated (commemorative commemorate) 50-150
143.    1958 Duchess of Windsor: a handwritten letter in blue biro on 4, Route du Champ d'Entrainement headed paper expressing thanks for a present of Welsh butter and discussing their imminent departure for New York, together with the postal envelope franked 18.1.1958 (2) Illustrated (commemorative commemorate) 50-150
144.    Duke and Duchess of Windsor: a Christmas card together with the postal envelope franked 14 Dec 1955 and two other undated Christmas cards with printed messages and embossed monograms (4) (commemorative commemorate) 70-100
145.    Duke and Duchess of Windsor: Three undated Christmas cards with amusing scenes on the cover each with a printed message and embossed with monogram and another picturing a Christmas tree (4) (commemorative commemorate) 60-100
146.    Christmas 1958 Duke and Duchess of Windsor: a card affixed with a colour photograph of a salon interior together with the postal envelope franked in Paris on 14.12.1958 and two other undated cards each with printed messages and monogrammed (4) (commemorative commemorate) 60-100
147.    1960 Duchess of Windsor: a handwritten letter in blue ink expressing thanks for the flowers and observing 'Paris lacks the real Christmas spirit one finds in London', signed and dated December 23 together with the postal envelope (2) Illustrated (commemorative commemorate) 50-150
148.    1962 Duchess of Windsor: a handwritten letter in blue ink expressing thanks to Sir Daniel for the good wishes on their 25th wedding anniversary and referring to their two month visit to New York, signed and dated June 25th, together with the postal envelope (2) Illustrated (commemorative commemorate) 50-150
149.    Duchess of Windsor: a handwritten in blue biro letter on Beau Rivage, Lausanne headed paper seeking advise from Davies on a medical condition concerning the Duchess' neck also referring to the 'rough winter', signed and dated Friday March 8th Illustrated (commemorative commemorate)
* Of the three potential years when Friday was 8th March it is most likely to be 1963 given the weather reference. The winter of 1962/63 in Britain remains one of the worst on record 50-150
150.    Lord Beaverbrook: An archive comprising seven letters and one telegram written between March 1939 and June 1963 generally expressing thanks for good wishes or presents also remarking upon old age and health, together with a copy of a response from Davies (a lot) (commemorative commemorate)
* Born in 1879 Max Aitken held important political appointments in both World Wars and was created Baron Beaverbrook in 1917. He is probably best known for turning the Daily Express into the most successful British daily newspaper. During the 1930's the Express reported widely upon the Duke of Windsor and Wallis Simpson and Beaverbrook was instrumental in advising the Duke on his relationship. He remained friends with Sir Daniel and Lady Davies until his death in 1964. 30-60
151.    An amusing poem typed on a sheet of paper signed and dated Percy Cundlipp May 31 1956 entitled 'A Ballade of Clubland' challenging the hostility of The Carlton Club towards not only the writer but also other notable Socialists of the day including Gaitskell, Bevan and Attlee also a Christmas card depicting a painting entitled 'Torcello' by Winston Churchill with printed message from the Churchills, inscribed in pencil 1954 Xmas (2)
* Percy Cundlipp was born in 1905 in Cardiff. He became a celebrated journalist and friend of many a politician also Sir Daniel Davies.
152.    A large German faience tankard with pewter base and hinged cover, the magenta powdered ground painted in blue with a panel of a bird in flight inscribed 'Adsolem', circa 1730, 278mm Illustrated (commemorative commemorate) 120-180
153.    An attractive Prattware money box modelled as a cottage flanked by figures painted in characteristic palette, circa 1810, 125mm, small chip to ladies foot (commemorative commemorate) 80-100
154.    A 19th century Staffordshire pottery cottage pastille burner with encrusted decoration, 144mm high, small chips to encrustations, a similar octagonal cottage, chimney restored a castle pastille burner (3) (commemorative commemorate) 40-60
155.    A small Chamberlains Worcester cottage pastille burner decorated in gilt, the roof with painted mark in red, circa 1830, hairline crack to base, two Coalport reproduction cottages and one other (4) (commemorative commemorate) 40-60
156.    A late-19th century French porcelain pastille burner and base inscribed 'Magazin de vin de Mer Melange', 183mm and another similar, small chip (4) (commemorative commemorate) 30-60
157.    A Talavera pottery bowl painted in blue with a large bird flanked by trees, 268mm diameter, probably late 17th century, hairline crack Illustrated (commemorative commemorate) 60-120
158.    A baluster shaped jug with hinged pewter cover: Bacchanalians at Play (379) 220mm (potlid pot lid prattware) 15-25
159.    A Princess Christian vase: Exhibition Buildings 1851 (134) black mottled ground, 172mm (potlid pot lid prattware) 50-100
160.    A scroll footed vase: Osborne House (182) and Queen Victoria with Orb and Sceptre (151) blue floral and foliate ground, 199mm, neck restored (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
161.    A small cylindrical tobacco jar and cover: Cavalier and Serving Woman (381) and The Muleteer (392) crimson ground, 114mm, lid restored (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
162.    A cylindrical tobacco jar and cover: Passing the Pipe (404) black mottled orange ground, 122mm, restored (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
163.    A cylindrical tobacco jar and cover: Passing the Pipe (404) malachite ground, 131mm, restored (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
164.    A cylindrical tobacco jar, cover and plunger: Lady with Hawk (106) and The Lovers (119) black marbled ground. 128mm, restored (3) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
165.    A rectangular plaque with integral moulded frame: Felix Edwards Pratt (173) green ground, black frame, 97mm high (potlid pot lid prattware) 80-120
166.    A dessert plate: The Condor and the Snake (290) green border with blue dot and gold line decoration, 228mm (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
167.    A pair of malachite plates: The Truant (413) and The Bully (415) gilt lining, another: The Hop Queen (414) and two other plates (5) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
168.    Two medium size green ground cylindrical mugs and another brick red ground, 87mm (3) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
169.    A matched harlequin set of four large size cylindrical mugs, 100mm (4) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
170.    A cylindrical mug: Nightingale (300) Goldfinch (301) Wren (302) green ground, gold line and blue dot decoration, 101mm (potlid pot lid prattware) 60-100
171.    Two cylindrical malachite mugs: The Smokers (405) and Jolly Topers (406) gold line decoration, 100mm (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 50-80
172.    A cylindrical malachite loving cup: Passing the Pipe (404) and The Smokers (405) gold line decoration, 106mm (potlid pot lid prattware) 25-35
173.    A cylindrical malachite loving cup: Jolly Topers (406) on both sides, gold line decoration, 119mm (potlid pot lid prattware) 25-35
174.    An unusual waisted tall green ground tankard, 169mm, manufacturer's glazed chip and two cylindrical loving cups (3) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
175.    A small green ground oviform jug, 87mm and two tapering malachite jugs, both cracked (3) (potlid pot lid prattware) 20-40
176.    # Two baluster shaped jugs with hinged pewter covers: Shell Subjects and another: Floral Subject, 175mm (3)
177.    # A green ground pear shaped jug, 173mm and two baluster shaped jugs: Bacchanalians (3) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
178.    # A graduated set of four baluster shaped jugs with hinged pewter covers: Shell Subjects, largest 245mm, some damage (4) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-60
179.    An oviform green ground teapot and cover, 131mm and a blue ground sucrier and cover, chipped (4) (potlid pot lid prattware) 20-25
180.    A cylindrical tobacco jar and cover: The Stone Jetty (395) and The Torrent (411) green ground, 123 border, gold line decoration, 130mm high (2) Illustrated (potlid pot lid prattware) 80-100
181.    A good malachite tobacco jar and cover: The Toilette (102) and A Rhine Scene (408) gold line decoration, 130mm high (2) Illustrated (potlid pot lid prattware) 200-400
182.    A particularly fine cylindrical tobacco jar, cover and plunger: War (219) and Peace (220) orange ground with black mottled and gold line decoration, 143mm high (3) Illustrated (potlid pot lid prattware)
* A label affixed to the underside states that this tobacco jar was in the Lees collection. A similar tobacco jar, in the Foulkes collection, was sold in these rooms on 7th September 1998 as lot 554, subsequently in the Lewington collection on 9th September 2006 as lot 21 and again on 21st August 2010 as lot 197 800-1200
183.    A circular bowl on integral stand with lid: Bridge Across the Gap (409) Tyrolese Hill Scene (410) 123 border, gold line decoration, 152mm diameter Illustrated (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
184.    A circular muffin dish, drainer and cover: The Stone Jetty (395) and Traveller's Departure (396) green ground, 123 border, gold line decoration, 205mm diameter Illustrated (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
185.    A globular urn and cover with twin maskhead handles: A Rural Scene (428) and The Rustic Laundrywoman (422) brick red ground, 123 border, gold line decoration, 192mm Illustrated (potlid pot lid prattware) 100-150
186.    A pair of flask shaped vases with pale malachite grounds (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-60
187.    A malachite ground flask shaped vase (potlid pot lid prattware) 20-40
188.    A chamberstick: Bridge Across the Gap (409) and Tyrolese Village Scene (410) green ground, gold line decoration, 104mm diameter Illustrated (potlid pot lid prattware) 120-160
189.    A small oval pin tray, a green ground candlestick, restored a malachite mug, restored and two bowls (5) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
190.    # A conical cup and saucer, fine hairline crack to handle, two large cups and saucers, two smaller and two further saucers (12) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
191.    # A large pink ground cup and saucer, another deep crimson, another smaller and a yellow saucer (7) (potlid pot lid prattware) 20-25
192.    A teapot stand on integral scroll feet: Autumn (342) gilt decoration, another: The Boar Hunt (262) and one other (3) (potlid pot lid prattware) 25-35
193.    A pewter mounted teapot stand: The Kingfisher (296) and another: Shells (52B) (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 20-25
194.    A pair of plaques: Highland Music (418) and The Blind Fiddler (417) both framed (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
195.    A plaque: Queen Victoria on Balcony (150) and a tile: The Queen God Bless Her (319) both framed (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 25-35
196.    A bread dish: Christ in the Cornfield (424) restored and a plaque: The Bully (259) (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
197.    # Five various shallow comports and one tall comport (6) (potlid pot lid prattware) 20-40
198.    A set of three malachite plates: The Hop Queen (414) The Bully (415) and The Truant (413), the matching tall comport, handles restored and oval comport, handles missing (5) (potlid pot lid prattware) 60-90
199.    A dessert service comprising seven plates, one cracked, shallow comport, hairline crack and two tall comports: Bird Subjects, green borders with blue dot and gold line decoration (10) (potlid pot lid prattware) 200-400
200.    # A set of five side plates each with green harebell borders, another with brown harebell border and three others (9) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
201.    # A set of seven side plates with green, 123 and gold lined borders (7) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
202.    # Three dessert plates with green borders, three with brick red borders and four other (10) (potlid pot lid prattware) 20-30
203.    A dessert plate: The Condor and the Snake (290) green border, gold line decoration and another: Haddon Hall (435) (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
204.    # Five plates with floral subjects and three with Welsh views (8) (potlid pot lid prattware) 25-35
205.    # Six plates with 123 and scroll borders one being framed (6) (potlid pot lid prattware) 25-35
206.    A plate: The Hop Queen (414) oak leaf border with profuse gilt decoration and two others (3) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
207.    A small cylindrical mug: Driving Cattle (387) pink ground (potlid pot lid prattware) 25-30
208.    A small cylindrical brick red ground mug and another blue ground, 102mm (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 25-35
209.    A cylindrical loving cup: The Storm Petrel (304) and The Lesser Spotted Woodpecker (306) maroon ground, gold line decoration, 103mm (potlid pot lid prattware) 70-90
210.    Two pear shaped jugs of varying size: Shells (52B) pink ground, gold line decoration, largest 295mm, restored (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
211.    A spill vase: The Torrent (411) blue ground, gold line decoration (potlid pot lid prattware) 25-35
212.    A squat candlestick: The Crooked Bridge (378) green ground, gold line decoration, 135mm and a teapot stand: Fair Sportswoman (250) (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 25-35
213.    A pair of malachite ground flask shaped vases (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
214.    A cylindrical pot and cover: The Wooden Bridge (400) Cows in Stream Near Ruins (388) and Street Scene on the Continent (336A) maroon ground and a tobacco jar and cover (4) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
215.    Mending the Nets (70) and Meet of the Foxhounds (81) both cracked (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
216.    Continental Fish Market (71) fine hairline crack to foot (potlid pot lid prattware) 25-30
217.    The Battle of the Alma, 20th September 1854 (74) Illustrated (potlid pot lid prattware) 300-600
218.    Battle of the Alma (75) small hairline crack to foot Illustrated (potlid pot lid prattware)
* Ex Beckford, number 2624 200-400
219.    Charge of the Scots Greys at Balaklava (76) restored (potlid pot lid prattware) 100-200
220.    The Dragoon Charge, Balaklava (77) restored (potlid pot lid prattware) 100-200
221.    The Fall of Sebastopol (78) stained and restored (potlid pot lid prattware) 100-200
222.    Sir Harry Jones (79) Illustrated (potlid pot lid prattware) 300-600
223.    Constantinople, The Golden Horn (80) tiny chip to foot (potlid pot lid prattware) 80-100
224.    Pegwell Bay, Kent (69) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
225.    Mending the Nets (70) slender jar (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
226.    Mending the Nets (70) squat jar (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
227.    Continental Fish Market (71) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
228.    Passing the Pipe (90) black mottled ground, restoration to underside (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-60
229.    Uncle Tom and Eva (91) black mottled ground, restoration to underside (potlid pot lid prattware) 50-70
230.    Tom (91) black mottled ground, small chip to foot (potlid pot lid prattware) 70-90
231.    The Smokers (93) black mottled ground (potlid pot lid prattware) 80-120
232.    St Paul's Cathedral (94) with lid, lid chipped (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
233.    The set of four polished steel printing plates: A False Move (251) including the key plate and three named colour plates (4) (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-80
234.    The original watercolour design by Jesse Austin: Landing the Catch (55) overmounted and framed, the reverse affixed with a red typed label signed by A. Ball and dated 1986 Illustrated (potlid pot lid prattware) 150-250
235.    The original watercolour design for an unpublished pot lid named The Carousal, overmounted and framed, the reverse affixed with a handwritten label signed by G.E. Lambert Illustrated (potlid pot lid prattware) 100-200
236.    A colour photo-facsimile of the watercolour design by Jesse Austin for the lid: Bear Attacked by Dogs (2) and another Bear, Lion and Cock (19) (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 10-20
237.    Bear, Lion and Cock (19) (potlid pot lid prattware) 20-25
238.    Napoleon III and Eugenie (156) restored and England's Pride (149) (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
239.    Tria Juncta in Uno (164) and Alma (165) flange restored (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 80-120
240.    Balaklava, Inkerman and Alma (166) restored (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
241.    Admiral Sir Charles Napier (167A) medium, framed (potlid pot lid prattware) 60-80
242.    Allied General (168) Meeting of Garibaldi and Victor Emmanuel (211) (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
243.    Golden Horn, Constantinople (204) and Sebastopol (208A) both medium (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
244.    Embarking for the East (206) large, chain border (potlid pot lid prattware)
* Ex Cashmore collection, lot 437C 30-50
245.    Sebastopol (208) and (209) (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-50
246.    War (212) and Peace (213) (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
247.    The Faithful Shepherd (309) green and buff gilt scroll decorated border, flange chipped, complete with matching base and Alexandra Palace (200) (3) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
248.    Ruined Abbey Chancel (376) green border, gold line decoration complete with matching base (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-60
249.    Milking the Cow (391) and Sea Shore Study (393) with bases (4) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
250.    Four Pratt Fenton boxes with coloured borders and matching bases (8) (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-50
251.    Uncle Tom and Eva (401) flange restored (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
252.    Bear Attached by Dogs (2) Illustrated (potlid pot lid prattware) 200-400
253.    The Bear Pit (6) with dome (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
254.    The Bear Pit (6) with dome and Bear, Lion and Cock (19) both with white borders (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 50-70
255.    Bear at School (9) and The Bear Pit (6) no dome (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 50-70
256.    Shooting Bears (13) (potlid pot lid prattware) 25-35
257.    Bear, Lion and Cock (19) (potlid pot lid prattware) 25-35
258.    Pegwell Bay, Lobster Fishing (24) medium and Landing the Fare (38) (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-60
259.    Pegwell Bay, Lobster fishing (24) large (potlid pot lid prattware) 25-35
260.    Pegwell Bay, Established 1760 (25) (potlid pot lid prattware) 20-25
261.    Pegwell Bay, Four Shrimpers (26) and Established 1760 (25) (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
262.    Belle Vue Tavern with Cart (27) Illustrated (potlid pot lid prattware)
* Thought to be unique this version depicts the cart but without the Tatnell name, additionally the foliage is the same as the version depicting the carriage. 1500-2500
263.    Belle Vue Tavern (29) dark cliffs, glaze scratched (potlid pot lid prattware) 50-70
264.    Pegwell Bay, S. Banger Shrimp Sauce Manufacturer (32) large, flange drilled Illustrated (potlid pot lid prattware) 200-400
265.    Pegwell Bay, Shrimping (33) flat top (potlid pot lid prattware) 70-90
266.    The Harbour, Margate (40) medium and Royal Harbour, Ramsgate (41) large (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-60
267.    Royal Harbour, Ramsgate (42) medium and Walmer Castle (45) (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-50
268.    Sandown Castle, Kent (44) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
269.    Walmer Castle with Sentry (46) (potlid pot lid prattware) 120-160
270.    Shells (52B) medium and large varieties (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-50
271.    Shells (52D) (potlid pot lid prattware) 20-30
272.    Hauling in the Trawl (53) and Examining the Nets (54) (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
273.    Mending the Nets (56) and Landing the Catch (55) (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
274.    The Fishmarket (57) and The Shrimpers (63) (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
275.    The Fishmarket (57) large (potlid pot lid prattware) 20-30
276.    The Fishbarrow (58) medium and large varieties (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
277.    Fisherwoman Returning Home (59) flat top (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
278.    The Net Mender (60) flat top (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
279.    The Net Mender (60) domed top (potlid pot lid prattware) 25-35
280.    River Scene with Boat RW (61) medium (potlid pot lid prattware) 100-150
281.    Dutch River Scene (66) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
282.    The Bride (97) and An Eastern Repast (98) (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 60-80
283.    An Eastern Repast (98) black printed border, rim drilled (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
284.    Eastern Lady Dressing Hair (99) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
285.    The Mirror (101) (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-60
286.    The Toilette (102) (potlid pot lid prattware) 50-70
287.    The Tiolette (102) incorrect spelling (potlid pot lid prattware) 60-90
288.    The Packman (103) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
289.    Reflection in a Mirror (104) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
290.    Lady Reading Book (105) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
291.    Lady with Hawk (106) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
292.    Lady with Hawk (106) white border and Lady with Guitar (107) (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 60-80
293.    Lady with Guitar (107) extra small (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
294.    Lady with Guitar (107) small (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
295.    The Wooer (108) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
296.    Lady, Boy and Mandolin (109) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
297.    Lady Fastening Shoe (110) (potlid pot lid prattware) 25-35
298.    Lady Brushing Hair (111) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
299.    The Garden Terrace (115) extra small (potlid pot lid prattware) 70-100
300.    The Garden Terrace (115) with moulded beehive and foliage (potlid pot lid prattware) 80-120
301.    The Tryst (117) rim drilled (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-60
302.    The Trysting Place (118) (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-60
303.    The Lovers (119) (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-60
304.    The Rose Garden (120) extra small (potlid pot lid prattware) 70-90
305.    The Ornamental Garden (121) gold lined border (potlid pot lid prattware) 80-100
306.    Musical Trio (123) (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-60
307.    Bay of Naples (124) gold lined border rubbed Illustrated (potlid pot lid prattware) 180-220
308.    The Circassian (127) gold lined border (potlid pot lid prattware) 100-200
309.    Floral (130/30) small (potlid pot lid prattware) 80-120
310.    Exhibition Buildings 1851 (134) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
311.    Interior of the Grand International Building of 1851 (136) and Grand International Building of 1851 (133) (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 50-80
312.    The Crystal Palace (137) (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-60
313.    Interior View of Crystal Palace (138) (potlid pot lid prattware) 50-70
314.    Crystal Palace, Interior (139) chip to rim (potlid pot lid prattware) 25-35
315.    The Great Exhibition of 1851, Opening Ceremony (140) (potlid pot lid prattware) 50-70
316.    The Great Exhibition of 1851, Closing Ceremony (141) Illustrated (potlid pot lid prattware) 120-160
317.    New York Exhibition 1853 (142) early issue Illustrated (potlid pot lid prattware) 200-400
318.    Dublin Industrial Exhibition 1853 (143) and L'Exposition Universelle de 1867 (145) (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 60-80
319.    England's Pride (149) black ground, medium and large varieties (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-60
320.    England's Pride (149) green ground, medium (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-60
321.    England's Pride (149) green ground, large, flange drilled (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-60
322.    Queen Victoria on Balcony (150) medium (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
323.    Queen Victoria on Balcony (150) gilt lined rim rubbed, large (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
324.    Queen Victoria with Orb and Sceptre (151) medium (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
325.    Queen Victoria and Prince Consort (152) (potlid pot lid prattware) 25-35
326.    Queen Victoria and Prince Albert (154) (potlid pot lid prattware) 50-70
327.    Albert Edward, Prince of Wales and Princess Alexandra (155) and On Their Marriage in 1863 (157) (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-50
328.    Napoleon III and Empress Eugenie (156) (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-60
329.    Wellington with Cocked Hat (159) Illustrated (potlid pot lid prattware) 150-300
330.    Wellington with Clasped Hands (160) medium, with order, very feint hairline crack to rim (potlid pot lid prattware) 25-55
331.    Wellington with Clasped Hands (160A) medium (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-50
332.    Wellington with Clasped Hands (160B) large (potlid pot lid prattware) 50-70
333.    The Late Duke of Wellington (161) large, marbled border (potlid pot lid prattware) 50-70
334.    The Late Duke of Wellington (161A) with sash, large, marbled border (potlid pot lid prattware) 50-70
335.    The Late Duke of Wellington (161A) with sash, large, marbled border (potlid pot lid prattware) 50-70
336.    The Late Duke of Wellington (161B) medium (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
337.    Funeral of the Late Duke of Wellington (163) early issue Illustrated (potlid pot lid prattware) 200-250
338.    Tria Juncta in Uno (164) medium (potlid pot lid prattware) 70-90
339.    Tria Juncta in Uno (164) large (potlid pot lid prattware) 80-100
340.    Alma (165) large (potlid pot lid prattware) 80-100
341.    Balaklava, Inkerman, Alma (166) large (potlid pot lid prattware) 80-120
342.    Allied Generals (168) and Garibaldi (169) (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
343.    The Blue Boy (174) (potlid pot lid prattware)
* Ex Beckford, number 2439 25-35
344.    Albert Edward Prince of Wales and Princess Alexandra on Their Marriage in 1863 (157) with matching base (2) Illustrated (potlid pot lid prattware) 60-80
345.    Sandringham (181) large Illustrated (potlid pot lid prattware) 50-70
346.    Chapel Royal (198) large Illustrated (potlid pot lid prattware) 60-80
347.    Choir of Chapel Royal (199) large (potlid pot lid prattware) 50-8
348.    Chin Chew River (218) large Illustrated (potlid pot lid prattware) 50-80
349.    Harbour of Hong Kong (221) large Illustrated (potlid pot lid prattware) 50-80
350.    Ning Po River (222) large Illustrated (potlid pot lid prattware) 50-80
351.    Rifle Contest, Wimbledon 1864 (224) large Illustrated (potlid pot lid prattware) 50-80
352.    Skewbald Horse (277) large (potlid pot lid prattware)
* Ex Mortimer collection, lot 190C 70-90
353.    The Second Appeal (330B) gold line decoration, with base (2) Illustrated (potlid pot lid prattware) 100-150
354.    Transplanting Rice (332) large Illustrated (potlid pot lid prattware) 60-90
355.    Girl with Grapes (345) gold mottled and lined decoration (potlid pot lid prattware) 80-120
356.    Peasant Boys (348) large Illustrated (potlid pot lid prattware) 60-90
357.    The Red Bull Inn (359) large with matching base (2) Illustrated (potlid pot lid prattware) 80-100
358.    A Letter from the Diggings (360) large, flange drilled Illustrated (potlid pot lid prattware) 60-80
359.    The Listener (363) large Illustrated (potlid pot lid prattware) 70-90
360.    Buckingham Palace (176) early issue, fine hairline crack (potlid pot lid prattware) 80-100
361.    Windsor Castle and St George's Chapel (177) white border (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-60
362.    Windsor Castle and St George's Chapel (177) (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-60
363.    Windsor Castle or Prince Albert Hare Coursing (178) and Pheasant Shooting (261) both Graphaprint lids with malachite borders and bases, with boxes and a miniature porcelain lid and base with floral decoration (a lot) (potlid pot lid prattware) 20-40
364.    Windsor Castle or Prince Albert Hare Coursing (178) white and gold lined border complete with matching base (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 70-100
365.    Drayton Manor (179) large (potlid pot lid prattware) 70-90
366.    Windsor Park, Returning from Stag Hunting (180) (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-50
367.    Osborne House (182) medium, gold lined border (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
368.    Osborne House (182) large, gold lined border rubbed (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
369.    New Houses of Parliament, Westminster (183) flange drilled Illustrated (potlid pot lid prattware) 120-180
370.    The Houses of Parliament (184) (potlid pot lid prattware) 50-70
371.    St Paul's Cathedral and the River Pageant (185) large (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
372.    The Tower of London (186) (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-60
373.    Strathfieldsay (187) medium (potlid pot lid prattware) 25-35
374.    Starthfieldsay (187) and Strathfieldsaye (188) both large (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-60
375.    Westminster Abbey (189) (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-60
376.    St Paul's Cathedral (192) (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-60
377.    New Houses of Parliament (195) (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-60
378.    Thames Embankment (197) Albert Memorial (191) and Shakespeare's Birthplace, Exterior (226) (3) (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-50
379.    Alexandra Palace (200) and Holborn Viaduct (202) (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-50
380.    Golden Horn, Constantinople (204) small and medium varieties (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
381.    Embarking for the East (206) large, chain border (potlid pot lid prattware) 25-35
382.    The Volunteers (215) (potlid pot lid prattware)
* Ex Beckford, number 2698 40-60
383.    Old Jack (215) (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-60
384.    The Redoubt (216) later issue (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-60
385.    Conway Castle (217) later issue (potlid pot lid prattware) 20-30
386.    Napirima, Trinidad (235) large (potlid pot lid prattware) 50-70
387.    The Village Wakes (232) (potlid pot lid prattware) 50-70
388.    The Parish Beadle (236) (potlid pot lid prattware)
* Ex Beckford, number 2466 50-80
389.    Children of Flora (237) medium and large varieties (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
390.    Xmas Eve (238) (potlid pot lid prattware) 60-80
391.    Xmas Eve (238) shaped lid with green border complete with matching Fezziwig's Ball base (2) Illustrated (potlid pot lid prattware) 300-600
392.    The Bull Fight (244) medium (potlid pot lid prattware) 60-80
393.    Chief's Return from Deer Stalking (248) and Fair Sportswoman (250) (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
394.    Dangerous Skating (249) five steps, flange drilled (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
395.    Dangerous Skating (249) five steps, dot border (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-60
396.    A False Move (251) large (potlid pot lid prattware) 80-100
397.    Snap Dragon (253) (potlid pot lid prattware) 20-30
398.    Snap Dragon (253) and Dangerous Skating (249) six steps (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-50
399.    A Fix (256) large, with barrel, white border, gold line rubbed (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
400.    The Skaters (258) and A Fix (256) medium (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
401.    Pheasant Shooting (261) black marbled border (potlid pot lid prattware) 25-35
402.    The Boar Hunt (262) large (potlid pot lid prattware) 80-100
403.    Good Dog (265) and Country Quarters (273) (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-60
404.    The Kestrel (287) (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-60
405.    Red Backed Shrike (305) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
406.    The Faithful Shepherd (309) flat lid, marbled border and Pompey and Caesar (271) (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
407.    Cottage Children (313) and The Shepherdess (325) (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
408.    The Breakfast Party (314) medium and large varieties (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-50
409.    Cattle and Ruins (315) large, gold line border and Deer Drinking (321) (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-60
410.    Mothers and Daughters (320) pink flange complete with matching base (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
411.    The Shepherdess (325) and The Shepherd Boy (326) (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
412.    The Shepherd Boy (326) large (potlid pot lid prattware) 20-30
413.    The First Appeal (329A) medium (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-50
414.    The First Appeal (329A) and (329C) both large (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 60-90
415.    The First Appeal (329B) and (329C) both medium (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-50
416.    The Second Appeal (330B) medium and large varieties (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-50
417.    Strasburg (331) large and The Trooper (334) (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
418.    Strasburg (331) large and The Flute Player (337) (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
419.    Grace Before Meals (338) large, white border (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
420.    The Vine Girl (339) and The Maid Servant (343) (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-60
421.    Summer (342A) and Autumn (342B) both with registration marks on the reverse (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 70-90
422.    Negro and Pitcher (344) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
423.    The Quarry (352) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
424.    Royal Coat of Arms (355A) inscribed J.N. Osborn (potlid pot lid prattware) 60-80
425.    The Red Bull Inn (359) with name and Little Red Riding Hood (358) (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
426.    Strawberry Girl (364) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
427.    Youth and Age (366) early issue (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-60
428.    How I Love to Laugh (367) red scarf, green jacket, gold banded rim Illustrated (potlid pot lid prattware) 800-1600
429.    Ruined Abbey Chancel (376) green border, gold line decoration complete with matching base (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 25-35
430.    Watering Cattle (377) with matching base (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 20-30
431.    A Sea Shore Study (393) with base and Milking the Cow (391) (3) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
432.    Tyrolese Village Scene (397) with base and The Donkey's Foal (386) (3) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
433.    Uncle Tom (402) (potlid pot lid prattware) 70-90
434.    Alas! Poor Bruin (1) black fancy border (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
435.    Bear Attacked by Dogs (2) hairline crack (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-80
436.    Bear Hunting (4) restored (potlid pot lid prattware) 50-100
437.    The Bear Pit (60) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
438.    The Bear Pit (6) and Alas! Poor Bruin (1) (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-50
439.    Bear at School (9) and Alas! Poor Bruin (1) (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-50
440.    Bears on Rock (10) small (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
441.    Bears on Rock (10) medium (potlid pot lid prattware) 60-90
442.    Bear in a Ravine (14) 60mm, restored Illustrated (potlid pot lid prattware) 300-600
443.    The Ins (15) hairline crack (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
444.    The Outs (16) framed (potlid pot lid prattware) 80-100
445.    Arctic Expedition in Search of Sir John Franklin (17) framed Illustrated (potlid pot lid prattware) 200-400
446.    Polar Bears (18) no moon (potlid pot lid prattware) 80-120
447.    Bear, Lion and Cock (19) brown fancy border (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-80
448.    All but Trapped (20) small flake of clay to surface beneath glaze Illustrated (potlid pot lid prattware) 800-1200
449.    Pegwell Bay Lobster Fishing (24) large (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
450.    Pegwell Bay Established 1760 (25) two different varieties (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
451.    Belle Vue Tavern with Carriage (28) and Walmer Castle (45) (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
452.    Landing the Fare (38) (potlid pot lid prattware) 20-25
453.    Shells (52B and 52J) (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
454.    Landing the Catch (55) Lobster Sauce (49) and The Shrimpers (63) framed (3) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
455.    The Fishbarrow (58) medium and large varieties and The Shrimpers (63) framed (3) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
456.    The Bride (97) small (potlid pot lid prattware) 25-35
457.    An Eastern Repast (98) small complete with base affixed with Turkish Pomade label (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
458.    An Eastern Repast (98) medium (potlid pot lid prattware) 25-35
459.    The Mirror (101) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
460.    The Packman (103) (potlid pot lid prattware) 25-35
461.    Reflection in a Mirror (104) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
462.    Lady Reading Book (105) and Eastern Lady Dressing Hair (99) restored (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
463.    Lady with Hawk (106) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
464.    Lady with Hawk (106) and Lady with Guitar (107) (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
465.    Lady with Hawk (106) white border and Lady with Guitar (107) (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
466.    The Wooer (108) framed (potlid pot lid prattware) 50-70
467.    Lady, Boy and Mandolin (109) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
468.    Lady Fastening Shoe (110) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
469.    Lady Brushing hair (111) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
470.    The Matador (114) restored (potlid pot lid prattware) 80-120
471.    The Rose Garden (120) (potlid pot lid prattware) 70-100
472.    Musical Trio (123) (potlid pot lid prattware) 20-30
473.    Gothic Archway (125) Illustrated (potlid pot lid prattware) 150-250
474.    Bunch of Cherries (126) Rimmels, framed (potlid pot lid prattware) 50-70
475.    Floral (131/16) domed lid with black marbled border and flange complete with matching tall Gosnell base (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 120-160
476.    Floral (131/19) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
477.    Floral (131/30) (potlid pot lid prattware) 70-90
478.    Grand International Buildings of 1851 (133) framed (potlid pot lid prattware)
* Ex Mortimer collection, lot 132B 30-40
479.    Exhibition Buildings 1851 (134) framed (potlid pot lid prattware)
* Ex Mortimer collection, lot 133B 50-70
480.    The Interior of the Grand International Buildings of 1851 (136) framed (potlid pot lid prattware) 60-80
481.    The Crystal Palace (137) (potlid pot lid prattware)
*Ex Crowther collection, lot 154 50-70
482.    The Great Exhibition, Opening Ceremony (140) framed (potlid pot lid prattware)
* Ex Mortimer collection, lot 135C 70-90
483.    New York Exhibition 1853 (142) early issue, rim restored Illustrated (potlid pot lid prattware)
* Ex Crowther collection, lot 159 150-250
484.    Dublin Industrial Exhibition 1853 (143) (potlid pot lid prattware)
* Ex Mortimer collection, lot 136C 40-60
485.    L'Exposition Universelle 1876 (145) (potlid pot lid prattware) 25-30
486.    Philadelphia Exhibition 1876 (147) and Paris Exhibition 1878 (148) (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
487.    The Late Prince Consort (153) green flange, gold line decoration complete with matching base, lid and base restored (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-60
488.    A miniature lid with head in profile of Queen Victoria on a pale blue ground, with base (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 25-35
489.    Dr Johnson (175) two examples and Garibaldi (169) (3) (potlid pot lid prattware) 15-25
490.    Windsor Castle and St George's Chapel (177) restored (potlid pot lid prattware) 20-25
491.    Windsor Park or Prince Albert Hare Coursing (178) (potlid pot lid prattware)
* Ex Manners collection, lot 66C 50-70
492.    Drayton Manor (179) large, wide gold banded border in the exhibition lid manner, restoration to lower edge of flange Illustrated (potlid pot lid prattware) 100-200
493.    Osborne House (182) large, flange repaired (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
494.    New Houses of Parliament (183) fine hairline crack (potlid pot lid prattware)
* Ex Mortimer collection, lot 176C 80-120
495.    St Paul's Cathedral and the River Pageant (185) Sandringham (181) rim chips (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
496.    St Paul's Cathedral and the River Pageant (185) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
497.    Strathfieldsay (187) restored and Strathfieldsaye (188) cracked (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
498.    Westminster Abbey (189) (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-60
499.    St Paul's Cathedral (192) (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-60
500.    St Paul's Cathedral (192A) and Eleanor Cross (194) (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 60-80
501.    The New Blackfriars Bridge (196) and Albert Memorial (198) (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
502.    Thames Embankment (197) and Chapel Royal (198) (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
503.    Chapel Royal (198) and The New Blackfriars Bridge (196) (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
504.    Choir of the Chapel Royal (199) black mottled border and flange, framed (potlid pot lid prattware)
* Ex Mortimer collection, lot 182C 40-60
505.    Trafalgar Square (201) Holborn Viaduct (202) and Charing Cross (193) each framed (3) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
506.    Alexandra Palace (200) and Trafalgar Square (201) framed (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
507.    The Thirsty Soldier (205) Embarking for the East (206) and Meeting of Garibaldi and Victor Emmanuel (211) (3) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
508.    Meeting of Garibaldi and Victor Emmanuel (211) (potlid pot lid prattware) 20-30
509.    War (212) framed and Peace (213) (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
510.    The Volunteers (214) fancy border (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-60
511.    The Volunteers (214) fancy border (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-60
512.    Old Jack (215) (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-60
513.    War (219) Peace (220) and Shakespeare's Birthplace, Interior (227) (3) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
514.    The Ning Po River (222) and Shakespeare's Birthplace, Exterior (227) both framed (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 20-30
515.    Napirima, Trinidad (225) medium (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-60
516.    Napirima, Trinidad (225) large (potlid pot lid prattware)
* Ex Beckford 70-100
517.    Shakespeare's Birthplace, Interior (227) leaf and scroll border, Exterior (226) and Anne Hathaway's Cottage (228) (3) (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-60
518.    Holy Trinity (229) Shakespeare's Birthplace, Exterior (226) and Interior (227) (3) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
519.    Holy Trinity Church (229) (potlid pot lid prattware) 25-30
520.    Hamlet (231) Seven Ages of man (230) and Shakespeare's Birthplace, Interior (227) (3) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
521.    The Village Wakes (232) shaped lid complete with green printed Punch base (2) Illustrated (potlid pot lid prattware) 250-350
522.    May Day Dancers at the Swan Inn (233) and the Village Wakes (232) cracked (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
523.    May Day Dancers at the Swan Inn (233) gold banded border complete with blue decorated and gilt banded base (2) (potlid pot lid prattware)
* Ex Beckford, number 2545 60-100
524.    Pet Rabbits (234) Illustrated (potlid pot lid prattware) 300-600
525.    The Parish Beadle (236) (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-60
526.    Children of Flora (237) green flange, wide gold banding complete with matching base (2) Illustrated (potlid pot lid prattware) 150-200
527.    Xmas Eve (238) two varieties, one with black lined border, chipped (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 50-80
528.    Our Home (241) (potlid pot lid prattware)
*Ex Williams Wood collection 70-90
529.    Our Pets (242) (potlid pot lid prattware) 50-70
530.    The Bull Fight (244) (potlid pot lid prattware)
* Ex Ball collection, lot 687C 100-150
531.    The Bull Fight (244) (potlid pot lid prattware)
* Ex Hart collection, lot 327B 80-100
532.    The Bull Fight (244) large, repaired (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
533.    Dangerous Skating (249) and Deerhound Guarding Cradle (269) rim chip, framed (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
534.    Fair Sportswoman (250) framed, I See You My Boy (311) and The Boar Hunt (262) Kirkhams (3) (potlid pot lid prattware) 25-35
535.    A Pair (252) The Enthusiast (245) and The Swing (239) (3) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
536.    A Pair (252) Hide and Seek (255) and The Sportsman (259) each framed (3) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
537.    The Snap Dragon (253) and Dangerous Skating (249) hairline crack (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
538.    The Best Card (254) A Fix (256) and A Race or Derby Day (257) (3) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
539.    A Fix (256) large, rare turquoise coloured fancy border, the reverse inscribed 'no 6' under the glaze, rim drilled (potlid pot lid prattware) 70-100
540.    Contrast (266) The Snow Drift (276) and Feeding the Chickens (267) (3) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
541.    The Begging Dog (270) and Lady Boy and Goats (316) (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
542.    The Faithful Shepherd (309) and The Old Water Mill (318) (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
543.    I See You My Boy (311) red cap, domed lid with marbled border and flange complete with tall matching base (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 100-150
544.    The Queen God Bless Her (319) large (potlid pot lid prattware) 25-35
545.    The Times (327) Uncle Toby (328) and I See You My Boy (311) (3) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
546.    The First Appeal (329A) medium (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
547.    The First Appeal (329C) two examples and The Second Appeal (330B) (3) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
548.    Strasburg (331) restored chip, Fording the Stream (335) and The Poultry Woman (349) (3) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
549.    On Guard (340) The Sportsman (259) and Uncle Toby (328) marked, each framed (3) (potlid pot lid prattware) 25-35
550.    The Fisherboy (341) and Tam o Shanter and Souter Johnny (346) (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-50
551.    Tam o Shanter and Souter Johnny (346) and Tam o Shanter (347) (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-60
552.    Tam o Shanter (347) green flange complete with matching base (2) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
553.    Peasant Boys (348) domed lid with black marbled border and flange (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
554.    The Cavalier (356) The Irishman (357) and The Wolf and the Lamb (361) (3) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-50
555.    The Red Bull Inn (359) The Poultry Woman (349) The Cavalier (334) and Negro and Pitcher (348) chipped, each framed (4) (potlid pot lid prattware) 40-60
556.    Little Red Riding Hood (358) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
557.    Charity (362) large, The Wolf and the Lamb (361) and Preparing for the Ride (351) chipped (3) (potlid pot lid prattware) 30-40
558.    The Waterfall (365) large, black marbled border and flange (potlid pot lid prattware) 50-70
559.    Sea Shore Study (393) framed, Milking the Cow (391) blue border with matching base and The Stone Jetty (395) green border with matching base, restored (5) (potlid pot lid prattware) 25-35
560.    Uncle Tom (402) (potlid pot lid prattware) 50-80
561.    A brown printed lid with a scene said to depict the Devil's Bridge, the matching base inscribed J. Pass, China Rooms, Aberystwyth (2) (potlid pot lid prattware)
* Ex Williams Wood collection 20-30
562.    The Listener (363) chipped and nine other defective lids (10) (potlid pot lid prattware) 50-100
563.    # Eighteen variously sized bases and ten frames (a lot) (potlid pot lid prattware) 15-25