An auction of Commeratives
including items from the collections of Tony King John Wilkinson
Royal Ephemera, Musical Ceramics
Staffordshire Pot Lids and Prattware
on Saturday 16th November 2019

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1.      A good Ilkla Moor musical jug, 140mm and a good Widdicombe Fair jug, both by Crown Devon and working (2) £30-60
2.      A good Irish Jaunting Car musical mug to play Killarney, 131mm and a Madame Butterfly mug, both by Crown Devon and working (2) £30-60
3.      A good Crown Devon musical mug to play Tavern in the Town, 134mm, another similar mug reverse printed and one other lacking its movement (3) £30-50
4.      A good Elizabeth II coronation musical mug to play The National Anthem, 134mm and another good mug with printed figural scenes to play For He's a Jolly Good Fellow, both by Crown Devon and working (2) £30-50
5.      A good John Peel musical mug to play that air, 151mm and a good Auld Lang Syne mug, both by Crown Devon and working (2) £30-50
6.      A good Crown Devon Edward VIII coronation musical mug to play The National Anthem inscribed for the abdication, 121mm, working £20-40
7.      A good Crown Devon Edward VIII coronation musical mug inscribed for the abdication to play The National Anthem, 158mm, working £20-40
8.      A good Crown Devon George VI coronation musical mug to play The National Anthem, 158mm, working £20-40
9.      A Crown Devon John Peel musical jug to play that air, 195mm, the replacement movement detached and a good Floral Dance musical mug (3) £20-40
10.     A good Floral Dance musical mug, 172mm and a treacle glazed musical moulded jug to play John Peel, both working (2) £30-40
11.     A good Crown Devon musical cigarette box to play Daisy Bell, 211mm wide and a good spirit flask to play Auld Lang Syne, both by Crown Devon and working (2) £30-60
12.     A Crown Devon musical cigarette box for the coronation of George VI, another John Peel and a smaller Ilkla Moor box, lacking cover, each lacking movement together with a box of movements, distressed, spares and bits also a copy of Alan Roberts Crown Devon book (a lot) £40-80
13.     A good Crown Devon Auld Lang Syne musical jug to play that air, 175mm £30-40
14.     A good Crown Devon Widdicombe Fair musical jug to play that air, 175mm £30-40
15.     A good Crown Devon John Peel musical jug to play that air, 201mm £30-40
16.     A good Crown Devon Roamin in the Gloamin musical jug to play that air, 201mm £30-40
17.     A good Edward VIII coronation musical moulded jug impressively decorated in colours and gilt, inscribed for the abdication, to play The National Anthem, 305mm £100-200
18.     A good George VI coronation musical moulded jug impressively decorated in colours and gilt to play The National Anthem, 305mm £100-200
19.     A Wade Heath musical loving cup for the coronation of Edward VIII to play an unidentified air, 128mm and a Crown Devon mug for 1937 coronation with recessed base, lacking movement (2) £20-30
20.     Geoffrey Boycott: a Coalport 'Century of Centuries' plate, 230mm (commemorative, commemorate) £20-40
21.     Railways: a 19th century cylindrical pottery mug printed in black and decorated in yellow and red with a locomotive named 'Express', 103mm (commemorative, commemorate) £20-40
22.     Liverpool and Manchester Railway: a leather-bound volume being a facsimile of the 1831 original by T.T. Bury containing 16 coloured engravings, 345 x 282mm, with slip case (commemorative, commemorate) £10-20
23.     A pearlware nursery plate with colourful moulded border printed in green with facsimile arms and inscriptions relating to Temperance, circa 1830, 151mm, another depicting a gentleman with a spy glass, cracked and a Swedish plate for 1973 Gustaf VI in memoriam (3) (commemorative, commemorate) £30-40
24.     A moulded glass ashtray, 100mm, a copy of the Daily Mail guide both for 1951 Festival of Britain and a framed coloured engraving of Great Exhibition interior (3) (commemorative, commemorate) £30-40
25.     Wellington: a Staffordshire pottery jar and cover modelled as a portrait bust depicted in uniform, circa 1830, 190mm (commemorative, commemorate, political) £30-40
26.     1851 Wellington: a good white parian portrait bust after H. Weigall for Coalbrookdale the reverse inscribed with dates of sittings, 330mm (commemorative, commemorate, political) £150-200
27.     1852 Wellington: a good white parian group by Crowquill after G. Abbot depicted seated on a rectangular base moulded with monogram, the underside with printed mark and affixed with a Daniell paper label, 288mm (commemorative, commemorate, political) £150-250
28.     1852 Wellington: a good small bronze by Baron Carlo Marochetti the reverse signed and dated Novbre 4th 1852, 106mm
* Marochetti is famed for his monumental statutory including Richard the Lionheart outside the House of Lords and Duke d'Orleons at the Louvre. (commemorative, commemorate, political) £150-200
29.     Wellington: a good memorial broach modelled in white parian as a head in profile looking to dexter highlighted in gilt, circa 1852, 60mm high, contained in a velvet lined red leather fitted box named in gilt on the lid. £60-120
30.     Wellington: an embossed card and brass mounted circular box, the cover with a reverse glass picture depicted head and shoulders, circa 1851, 71mm diameter and a soft metal memorial medallion (2) (commemorative, commemorate, political) £40-80
31.     Wellington: a sulphide glass paperweight the domed body enclosing a white head and shoulders looking to sinister, circa 1820, 65mm diameter (commemorative, commemorate, political) £40-60
32.     Disraeli: a white parian portrait bust by Robinson & Leadbeater on integral square base, 261mm (commemorative, commemorate, political) £30-40
33.     1820 General Election: a rare pair of pink lustre jugs set with elaborate figural handles the bodies moulded with stag hunting scenes beneath bands of fruiting vines decorated in pink and green, one inscribed 'Lambton for ever' the other 'Powlett for ever', 135mm, Lambton chipped, cracked and stained (2)
* Following the death of George III in January 1820 Parliament was dissolved on 29th February. In the general election that followed Lambton, known as 'Radical Jack', who reputedly spent not an inconsiderable (commemorative, commemorate, political) £30,000 and William Powlett, a Whig, were both returned for County Durham. Richard Wharton, previously the Tory MP for Durham City was unsuccessful being denounced 'a keeper of Rotten Boroughs'. (commemorative, commemorate, political) £100-200
34.     1832 General Election in Whitehaven: a rare pottery beaker printed in blue for the passing of the Reform Bill on 7th June and on the reverse inscribed 'Littledale and the Independence of Whitehaven', restored, together with a rebound contemporary copy of 'The Poll Book of the Borough of Whitehaven' being a list of the Electors and the Candidates for whom they voted, additional squibs and speeches of the Candidates, introduction to and report of the hustings.
* Following the passing of the Reform Bill Parliament was dissolved on 3rd December. In the general election that followed there were a number of newly created constituencies including Whitehaven in Cumberland for which Matthias Attwood, the Lowther nominee who received 211 votes, was returned for the Tories against Isaac Littledale, the last male descendent of an established Cumbrian merchant family, an Independent who received 173 votes. The 1832 contest in Whitehaven was the subject of intense interest throughout the land and it remains today an election of great note in Parliamentary annals. (commemorative, commemorate, political) £100-300
35.     1906 to 1910 Elections in Hastings and Ducross: four bronze figures by Elkington & Co depicting running newspaper boys holding a folio (originally to contain the calendar cards) and a poster being a framed silver plaque engraved with the results for the general elections of 1906 and the two of 1910 also the by-election of 1908, the octagonal bases with maker's name, 151mm together with a framed poster of Harvey Ducross (5)
* In each of these elections a member of the Ducross family was returned for Hastings for the Conservatives. In that of 1906 it was Harvey who was Chairman of the Dunlop Tyre Company. He was succeeded by his son Arthur who held the seat until 1918 and who became Life President of Dunlop. (commemorative, commemorate, political) £300-600
36.     1914 Hong Kong: a presentation painted metal seal topped with a Chinese stained and carved ivory ball of animals being chased by a dragon, the face inscribed to Annabelle Leyton from Sir Francis May upon her retirement as secretary and dated September 24th 1914, 73mm high
* Sir Francis Henry May was a British Colonial Administrator and Governor of Hong Kong from 1912 until 1918. May Road and May Hall in the University are both named after him. (commemorative, commemorate, political) £50-150
37.     Sir Douglas McGarel Hogg: an Ashstead pottery jug by Percy Metcalfe moulded with name and printed with facsimile signatures, circa 1928, 191mm, handle repaired.
* McHarel Hogg was Attorney General from 1924 until 1928. (commemorative, commemorate, political) £20-40
38.     An Ashstead pottery jug by Percy Metcalfe depicting Lloyd George, 182mm and another depicting Stanley Baldwin, both circa 1929 (2) (commemorative, commemorate, political) £40-80
39.     A rare side plate printed in black with a named portrait of Ramsay McDonald inscribed as Labour's First Premier 1929 and a painted composition figure of Hugh Gaitskell, 187mm, restored (2)
* MacDonald was the first Labour Prime Minister leading the party from 1929 to 1931 and Leader of the House during the period of National Government between 1931 and 1935. (commemorative, commemorate, political) £30-40
40.     Winston Churchill: a stone ashtray the base containing a cast metal plaque with named portrait dated 1941, 141mm diameter and another set with a plaque detailing the stone as from the Houses of Parliament (2) (commemorative, commemorate, political) £20-30
41.     1832 Reform: an octagonal nursery plate with colourful moulded border, 178mm (commemorative, commemorate, political) £30-40
42.     Corn Laws: a nursery plate with colourful moulded border printed in black, circa 1840, 152mm (commemorative, commemorate, political) £25-35
43.     1850 Sir Robert Peel: a good white parian portrait bust after James S. Westmacott inscribed and dated on the reverse, 268mm
* See Parian Phenomenon, plate 615 right. (commemorative, commemorate, political) £100-200
44.     Three small watercolours by E.A. Campbell dated 1924 depicting the headdress of the Royal Scots in 1914, Northumberland Fusiliers in 1890 and Infantry 28th Foot in 1826, each framed, 170 x 170mm, a print of Jellicoe and a set of 36 cigarette cards of officer's dress contained in two frames (6) (commemorative, commemorate, naval, military) £30-60
45.      A Spode for Mulberry Hall Green Howards regimental plate and four Coalport Railway plates, each boxed (5) (commemorative, commemorate, naval, military) £20-40
46.     General Sir Hector MacDonald: a Staffordshire pottery jug in the form of a portrait bust, 245mm, small restored chip to foot and a Watcombe Pottery terracotta portrait bust of General Gordon named and dated 1885 (2) (commemorative, commemorate, naval, military) £30-50
47.     President Paul Kruger: a miniature teapot and cover by Grafton China, 48mm (2) (commemorative, commemorate, naval, military) £20-40
48.     1900 Boer War: three white parian portrait busts by Robinson & Leadbeater modelled by W. C. Lawton depicting Buller, Kitchener and Roberts each with integral named square bases impressed and dated on the reverse, 204mm (3) (commemorative, commemorate, naval, military) £60-120
49.     World War I: a set of four named Grafton China portrait busts of the Commanders on integral bases enamelled with flags and another by Savoy China inscribed for 1916 Kitchener in memoriam, 122mm (5) (commemorative, commemorate, naval, military) £60-120
50.     Boer War: four mugs and three beakers (7) (commemorative, commemorate, naval, military) £20-40
51.     Boer War: two small jugs, a pair of miniature beakers, a miniature Foley tyg and three cups and saucers (11) (commemorative, commemorate, naval, military) £30-60
52.     Boer War: a Doulton Lambeth brown stoneware jug printed with named portraits of Lambton and Scott, 208mm, spout restored and a small Allervale vase (2) (commemorative, commemorate, naval, military) £30-50
53.     World War I: a pottery plate by Till & Sons depicting Kitchener, another inscribed with verse and dedicated to Elizabeth Muriel Cambie on the reverse, a plate for Victory and a framed woven silk card (4) (commemorative, commemorate, naval, military) £30-50
54.     World War I: a plate by Rosenthal decorated with flags in colours and gilt dated 1914-1915 (commemorative, commemorate, naval, military) £25-35
55.     World War I: a French pottery plate stylishly decorated in colours with a triumphant cockerel upon a field gun inscribed '1914. Gloire a Notre 75. 1915' (commemorative, commemorate, naval, military) £30-40
56.     World War I: a Royal Doulton plate stylishly decorated with a soldier against the Union flag, the reverse inscribed for Tipperary (commemorative, commemorate, naval, military) £30-40
57.     World War I: a German porcelain plate with sepia portrait of Hindenburg and another with named portraits of the German high command dated 1914 (2) (commemorative, commemorate, naval, military) £30-50
58.     World War I: a Delft plate painted with scenes of war and peace and dated for the cessation of hostilities and another polychrome decorated (2) (commemorative, commemorate, naval, military) £30-40
59.     1919 Victory: a plate by Chelson China the cobalt blue ground decorated in gilt and another by Royal Doulton depicting Britannia (2) (commemorative, commemorate, naval, military) £30-40
60.     World War II: a Paragon mug for the Munich Peace Conference, two mugs dated September 3rd 1939 and one other depicting Churchill and Roosevelt (4) (commemorative, commemorate, naval, military) £30-40
61.     World War II: four mugs relating to Churchill (4) (commemorative, commemorate, naval, military) £30-50
62.     World War II: a pair of mugs by Delphine China 'Therll always be an England', one with hairline crack, a mug for HMS Belfast and a Crown Devon moulded mug, 101mm (4) (commemorative, commemorate, naval, military) £30-50
63.     World War II: three Paragon Patriotic Series cups and saucers for Churchill and Roosevelt (6) (commemorative, commemorate, naval, military) £40-80
64.     World War II: three Paragon Patriotic Series cups and saucers depicting battleships, Hurricanes and a map of Britain (6) (commemorative, commemorate, naval, military) £60-100
65.     World War II: four Paragon Patriotic Series cups and saucers including RAF, RCA and shields of the Allies (8) (commemorative, commemorate, naval, military) £40-80
66.     World War II: two Paragon Patriotic Series small circular dishes for victory (2) (commemorative, commemorate, naval, military) £40-60
67.     World War II: three Paragon Patriotic Series small circular dishes, two inscribed with quotations and another for the Allies (3) (commemorative, commemorate, naval, military) £40-60
68.     World War II: a Paragon Patriotic Series dish of flower head outline decorated for RCNVR and a Shelley dish for the ARP (2) (commemorative, commemorate, naval, military) £40-60
69.     World War II: a Paragon Patriotic Series ashtray depicting Queen Elizabeth and inscribed 'The Queen is still in London', 105mm (commemorative, commemorate, naval, military) £40-80
70.     World War II: an Osborne composition desk calendar of horseshoe shape, 119mm, a cup and saucer, a plate for Victory, hairline crack, a Dutch plaque, a small dish, a miniature Limoges vase, a miniature VE Day ruby anniversary loving cup and a Sutherland beaker for 1995 (a lot) (commemorative, commemorate, naval, military) £30-40
71.     World War II: a Russian pottery figure inscribed (translated) 'Fight to the Death, 1942 Stalingrad 1943', 143mm, a glass beaker etched with a named portrait of Starlin and an aluminium cast profile of Hitler, 112mm diameter (3) (commemorative, commemorate, naval, military) £30-60
72.     World War II: a Royal Crown Derby 'Allies Victory and Peace' mug for Weston-on-Trent, 76mm, another Youlgrave and Alport, a Hammersley mug for VE Day Garden City and a Paragon Patriotic Series mug for Canada and Victory, tiny hairline crack (4) (commemorative, commemorate, naval, military) £40-80
73.     World War II: a Royal Crown Derby loving cup for Allestree, 96mm (commemorative, commemorate, naval, military) £30-40
74.     1918 Armistice: a French spelter ashtray cast with an inscribed and dated view of the railway carriage within which the armistice was signed, 146mm wide (commemorative, commemorate, naval, military) £20-40
75.     A printed pottery plate celebrating British battles were the Victoria Cross was awarded and a French pottery plate depicting Turkish soldiers in battle, hairline crack (2) (commemorative, commemorate, naval, military) £20-30
76.     Queen Victoria: a particularly good white bisque porcelain figure depicted in long dress with Honi Soit garter around her upper left arm, circa 1837, 220mm * The absence of a wedding ring would tend to suggest this figure dates from about 1837/38. (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £80-120
77.     Queen Victoria: a good white bisque porcelain figure probably by Minton depicted in a long dress with her dog Dash at her feet, circa 1847, 328mm
* Shape 106 in Minton's published lists depicts an identical figure dating from 1847. See Parian Phenomenon, plate 210. A glass dome with circular ebonised wood stand could accompany this lot. (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £100-150
78.     Albert Edward, Prince of Wales: a white bisque porcelain portrait bust by Bing & Grondahl, on integral socle base, the reverse with impressed mark, circa 1863, 210mm (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £70-90
79.     Princess Alexandra: a bronze covered composition portrait bust on integral socle base, circa 1863, 301mm (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-60
80.     1863 Princess Alexandra: a named Copeland white parian portrait bust after Mary Thornycroft for the Art Union of London, the rear and socle base with impressed script, 381mm, chips to foot at rear and socle
* See Parian Phenomenon, plate 590, middle (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £70-90
81.     1879 Princess Alexandra: a good Copeland white parian figure after L.A. Malempre for the Ceramic and CP Union depicted dressed as Mary Queen of Scots, the reverse with impressed script, 371mm
* See Parian Phenomenon, plate 547 (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £120-180
82.     Princess Alexandra: a cast spelter portrait bust, 211mm and a moulded glass bottle and stopper, for Pellison Pere & Co, stopper chipped (3) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £20-40
83.     1902 Edward VII: an invitation to the coronation inscribed in ink to His Honour Judge Bacon contained in an oak frame the reverse with a handwritten letter detailing the origins of the oak from the Muniments Room in Westminster Abbey The letter suggests that the oak might well date from the late-14th century. (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £40-60
84.     Edward VII: a Post Office telegraph sheet hand written in pencil with a message to Plewlands, Edinburgh detailing the satisfactory condition of the King from the physicians Treves, Laking and Barlow, dated 29 June 1902.
* The King underwent emergency surgery for appendicitis on 24th June causing the postponement of the coronation. (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £20-40
85.     1902 Queen Alexandra: a photograph by W. & D. Downey depicted in coronation robes, the mount ink signed 'Alexandra Coronation Day August 9th 1902', framed 448 x 295mm overall (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £80-120
86.     An interesting blue printed cotton square depicting Edward VII and Alexandra entitled 'Coming Events in the Present Century', circa 1902, 343 x 343mm and two others larger for their coronation and the 1893 wedding (3) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £20-40
87.     1902 Coronation: a folio sized edition of 'The Historical Record of the Coronation of their Most Excellent Majesties…' compiled by H. Farnham Burke CVO, Somerset Herald, printed by Harrison & Sons, containing 31 plates by Harold Byam Shaw, bound in red half morocco, lettered and decorated in gilt, 644 x 508mm (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £100-150
88.     A bronze medallion struck for the 1851 Great Exhibition, the obverse with an inscribed profile of Albert, 38mm, contained in original case and a silver metal vesta case embossed with the head and shoulders of Edward VII (2) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £20-40
89.     Prince Albert: a good small bronze portrait bust signed on the reverse C. Marochetti, circa 1851, 112mm on page 2
* See footnote to lot 28, (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £100-200
90.     Victoria and Albert: a pair of bois durci plaques each moulded with a named portrait, circa 1855, 112mm (2) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £40-80
91.     1863 Prince of Wales and Princess Alexandra: a particularly good pair of Copeland portrait busts for the Crystal Palace Art Union, the Princess depicted with earrings after F.M. Miller, 300mm and the Prince after Marshall Wood, 315mm, the reverse of each with impressed marks and date (2)
* See Parian Phenomenon, plates 597 and 601. (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £200-400
92.     Duke of Clarence: a good white parian portrait bust by Robinson & Leadbeater impressed with name and makers mark on the reverse, circa 1885, 190mm (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-60
93.     1886 Victoria: a white parian portrait bust by W.H. Goss with inscribed date, 130mm and a Watcombe terracotta bust for 1897, 152mm, small chips (2) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-40
94.     Prince Albert Victor: an octagonal plate printed in black with a named portrait, circa 1886 (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-40
95.     1887 Jubilee: a moulded pottery jug with coloured and gilded decoration, 188mm and a model of the crown decorated in colours and gilded (2) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-60
96.     1896 Wedding of Tsar Nicholas II: a French composition circular plaque moulded with superimposed profiles looking to dexter surmounted by the crown, the reverse marked T.I.S. and impressed Depose, 111mm (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-50
97.     1897 Jubilee: an unusual Japanese eggshell porcelain cup and saucer, the pale ground with dated photographic oval portraits and floral decoration (2) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £20-30
98.     A white parian portrait bust of Edward VII by Robinson & Leadbeater after W.C. Lawton dated 1901, 195mm, tiny chip to foot and another similar depicting the Duke of York (2) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-40
99.     1911 Coronation: a pair of continental white bisque porcelain portrait busts, 135mm and a crested Arcadian bust named Queen Mary, 142mm (3) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-40
100.    1911 Coronation: a pair of colourful continental porcelain jugs modelled as busts, 142mm (2) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £20-40
101.    1922 Edward Prince of Wales: a parian standing figure entitled 'Our Prince', the reverse incised P. Byrant Baker 1922, 256mm (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £60-80
102.    A Melba China globe inscribed around the foot for Edward VIII 1937 and a Winton character jug of George VI (2) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £25-30
103.    1873 Victoria: a chromolithograph printed and cut outline New Year's Day card inscribed in ink on the reverse 'To dear Leopold from his devoted Mama, Jan 1 1873 VRI', 73 x 107mm, framed as a display
* Prince Leopold, Queen Victoria's youngest son, was born in 1853. (commemorative, commemorate, royal, ephemera) £80-120
104.    1874 Victoria: a handwritten letter on Windsor Castle embossed mourning stationary to Prince Leopold detailing arrangements for Luncheon dated 7th March 1874, 175 x 112mm, together with the envelope, framed as a display
* On 7th March 1874 the recently married Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh (Prince Alfred, Victoria's second son) arrived at Windsor having departed St Petersburg on 28th February. (commemorative, commemorate, royal, ephemera) £100-200
105.    1880 Prince Leopold: a framed display comprising a carte de visite photograph by Barraud, a chromolithograph card signed in ink 'Leopold Christmas 1880', 120 x 176mm and a letter on Windsor Castle embossed mourning stationary (commemorative, commemorate, royal, ephemera) £80-100
106.    Princess Victoria of Hesse: a silver nitrate photograph by Bassano depicted half-length looking to sinister wearing a tiara, 196 x 146mm, overmounted and framed, circa 1884
* Born in 1863 Victoria was the eldest daughter of Louis IV Grand Duke of Hesse, she married Prince Louis of Battenberg in 1884 and died in 1950. Her eldest daughter Alice was the mother of the current Duke of Edinburgh. See National Portrait Gallery 95939. (commemorative, commemorate, royal, ephemera) £80-120
107.    1883 Prince Leopold: a chromolithograph Christmas card inscribed in ink 'For my darling Nellie Xmas Day 1883, Osborne' and another inscribed on the reverse and dated Nov18 1881 by an unknown hand, both framed, largest 280 x 240 overall (2) (commemorative, commemorate, royal, ephemera) £40-80
108.    1885 Prince Albert Victor: a gilt printed dance card together with the tassel and pencil for a ball held on the occasion of his coming of age on 8th January at Sandringham, framed 171 x 197mm overall (commemorative, commemorate, royal, ephemera) £30-50
109.    Princess Helena: a new year card in the shape of an artist's palette ink signed 'Auntie Helen to dear Arthur', circa 1888, framed 207 x 168mm overall * Princess Helena was the wife of Prince Leopold whose elder brother, Prince Arthur, was the father of Arthur born in 1883. (commemorative, commemorate, royal, ephemera) £30-40
110.    1890 Duke of Clarence and Avondale: a Coutts & Co cheque inscribed in ink payable to G. Hardy Esq and signed Clarence & Avondale, framed 168 x 275mm overall * The Duke of Clarence was the eldest son of Albert Edward Prince of Wales, born in 1864 he died in 1892 (commemorative, commemorate, royal, ephemera) £80-120
111.    A silk opera program for Covent Garden on July 7th 1903 in honour of the visit of the President of the French Republic, framed 545 x 440mm (commemorative, commemorate, royal, ephemera) £15-20
112.    1912 Princess Alice and Alexander of Teck: a pair of photographs each ink signed and dated, mounted together and attractively framed, 471 x 530mm overall
* Princess Alice of Albany, daughter of Prince Leopold, married Prince Alexander of Teck in 1904. In 1917 he relinquished his German title to become Earl of Athlone. (commemorative, commemorate, royal, ephemera) £50-100
113.    1932 Queen Mary: a Christmas card inscribed in ink 'To Darling Mary, Great Aunt May', framed 234 x 262mm overall
* The Duchess of Beaufort was born Princess Mary of Teck; her father was the Marquis of Cambridge, younger brother of Queen Mary (May). (commemorative, commemorate, royal, ephemera) £40-80
114.    1935 Edward Prince of Wales: a Christmas card with colour picture of The Fort, Sunningdale, ink signed and dated 'Edward P 1935', framed 473 x 273mm overall (commemorative, commemorate, royal, ephemera) £80-120
115.    1938 King George VI: Embossed stationary for HM Yacht Victoria & Albert typed with detail of a visit on 21st June, ink signed George RI, framed with crown surmount, 301 x201mm overall (commemorative, commemorate, royal, ephemera) £80-120
116.    Duchess of Windsor: a photograph depicted wearing a black dress holding a terrier dog mounted together with an embossed card signed in biro 'Wallis Duchess of Windsor', circa 1950, framed 542 x 345mm overall (commemorative, commemorate, royal, ephemera) £150-200
117.    1942 George VI and Elizabeth: a Christmas card with monochrome photograph depicting the Royal Family, ink signed George RI and Elizabeth R and dated for the new year of 1943, framed 312 x 414mm overall (commemorative, commemorate, royal, ephemera) £250-350
118.     Duchess of Windsor: a photograph of the Duke in uniform and the Duchess together with an invitation from the Duchess ink signed 'Wallis Windsor', framed, 378 x 265mm overall (commemorative, commemorate, royal, ephemera) £150-200
119.    Duke and Duchess of Windsor: a photograph depicted standing in front of a life belt inscribed 'SS United States' together with an embossed sheet of stationary ink signed 'Edward Duke of Windsor' and 'Wallis Windsor', attractively framed 398 x 323mm overall (commemorative, commemorate, royal, ephemera) £150-250
120.    A caricature painting by Honora Stembridge depicting Queen Victoria with dogs and Albert pictured in the background, signed, circa 2005, framed 339 x 278mm overall, the reverse backing sheet with fleur-de-lys and signature in gilt (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £100-200
121.    A caricature by Honora Stembridge depicting the Duke and Duchess of Windsor with three crowned pugs and flowers, signed, circa 2005, framed 358 x290mm overall, the reverse backing sheet with fleur-de-lys and signature in gilt
* British born artist Honora Stembridge is famed for her folk style pictures including those of the Windsors and their dogs, one of which was depicted on the front cover of the 'Duke & Duchess of Windsor Society Quarterly Newsletter' of Spring 2003 (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £100-200
122.    A copper medallion with inscribed profile of the Duke of Clarence and on the reverse Britannia and a soft metal medallion for 1831 coronation (2) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £25-30
123.    1820 Caroline: a circular pressed horn box and cover (2) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-40
124.    Prince Albert: a white parian portrait bust by Kerr & Co, 345mm, restored
* See Parian Phenomenon, plate 662 left. (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-40
125.    1838 Coronation: a Swansea mug the slightly waisted body printed in purple, 85mm, feint hairline crack and chip to handle (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £200-300
126.    1887 Jubilee: six tapering pottery mugs by William Lowe each with a different colour ground, the salmon pink and blue mugs with feint hairline cracks (6) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £50-100
127.    1887 Jubilee: two colour ground mugs by William Lowe, two colour banded beakers, a Goss beaker, another by Plant and one other (7) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £40-60
128.    1888 Silver Wedding: three William Lowe tapering pottery mugs, another similar and a small jug (5) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-40
129.    1893 Wedding: a William Lowe turquoise ground pottery beaker, three similar tapering mugs, another cylindrical and a Wileman jug, chipped (6) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £40-60
130.    A pair of pottery plates printed in brown and centred by oval monochrome portraits of Nicolas II and Alexandra, circa 1895, hairline crack to Alexandra's and a small glass dish moulded with a named portrait of Kronprinz Rudolf of Austria, circa 1889 (3) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £50-100
131.    Victoria's Jubilees: a Wemyss goblet on square base for 1897 jubilee, 136mm and a Doulton Lambert pale blue ground Silicon Ware vase, restored (2) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-50
132.    1897 Jubilee: three William Lowe tapering pottery mugs, a similar jug and two Goss pieces (6) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £40-60
133.    1897 Jubilee: a rare moustache beaker by Williamson of Longton and four mugs (5) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £40-60
134.    1897 Jubilee: a Copeland mug moulded with portrait and inscribed in gilt, an Aynsley mug for Whiteley, a William Lowe turquoise ground mug and another for 1896, star crack to base (4) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-40
135.    1897 Jubilee: a Doulton Burslem porcelain curved sided beaker, a William Lowe pale blue ground beaker, two beakers and a plate, chip to foot (5) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-40
136.    1897 Jubilee: four Doulton Lambeth pottery beakers each printed with the Queen seated upon the throne (4) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-60
137.    1897 Jubilee: four Doulton Lambeth pottery beakers each printed with a young head in profile (4) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-60
138.    1897 Jubilee: five Doulton Burslem pottery beakers each printed with a young head in profile and decorated in pale colours (5) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £50-80
139.    1897 Jubilee: a Doulton Burslem pottery curved sided beaker printed in green and decorated in pale colours with young and old heads and two other Doulton beakers (3) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-50
140.    1901 in Memoriam: Three mugs (3) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-50
141.    1902 Coronation: three Royal Doulton porcelain curved sided beakers one with green printed presentation and August date (3) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £100-150
142.    1902 Coronation: a William Lowe porcelain beaker with August date, two others, an Allervale small loving cup and a beaker with August date (5) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £40-80
143.    1902 Coronation: four tapering mugs by William Lowe (4) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-60
144.    1902 Coronation: an Aynsley mug for Whiteley, a small Royal Doulton cream jug, a small Goss loving cup and a MacIntyre mug with hallmarked silver rim (4) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-40
145.    Edward VIII: a Goss tyg with moulded head in profile, a Fieldings loving cup, a miniature Willow China beaker and a plate, each for 1910 in memoriam, and a mug for 1863 wedding (5) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-50
146.    1911 Coronation: two Royal Doulton porcelain curved sided beakers, four other beakers and two mugs for the 1935 jubilee (8) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £25-35
147.    1911 Coronation: ten various mugs including two with lithophane bases and three miniature Royal Doulton pieces (13) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £40-60
148.    1922 Wedding of the Princess Royal: a Royal Doulton porcelain curved sided beaker, restored (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £20-30
149.    Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret: a pair of mugs by Crown Ducall with portraits, inscribed with birth dates, 75mm (2) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-40
150.    Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret: a Paragon mug with portrait after Marcus Adams, another, cracked and a Royal Doulton mug dated 1937 (3) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £25-35
151.    1937 Princess Elizabeth: a Royal Doulton porcelain mug with E handle (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-40
152.    Royal Visits: two mugs for 1925 and 1927 visits by the Prince of Wales, a mug for 1927 visit to Canberra by the Yorks, four mugs for visits by George VI, four mugs, a plate and a cup and saucer for visits by Elizabeth II (14) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £40-60
153.    Edward VIII: nine various mugs, a small loving cup inscribed for the abdication, a beaker for 1911 investiture and a cast bronze plaque (12) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-60
154.    1937 Coronation: six various loving cups (6) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £40-60
155.    1937 Coronation: six various mugs and two beakers (8) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £40-60
156.    Elizabeth II: two loving cups, five mugs and an Aynsley plate all for 1953, a Caverswall plate for 1986 birthday another for Princess Margaret in 1980 and a Paragon mug for Prince Charles (11) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-40
157.    1831 Coronation: a cylindrical mug printed in black with portraits, 101mm, hairline cracks to underside
* See Commemorative Pottery, plates 79 and 80. (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £80-100
158.    1837 Proclamation: a good Staffordshire pottery cylindrical mug printed in black with portraits centred by dates, 75mm
* See Victoria Remembered, plate 44. (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £140-180
159.    1838 Coronation: a Swansea pottery mug the waisted body printed in purple with portraits centred by dates, 85mm, inner base restored
* See Victoria Remembered, plate 43. (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £100-140
160.    Princess Royal: a small cylindrical mug printed in black with a named equestrian portrait, circa 1848, 65mm, restored (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £60-80
161.    1837 Victoria: a good cylindrical mug by Read & Clementson printed in pink with named portraits including the Duchess of Kent centred by a crown and proclamation date, printed mark, 100mm
* See Victoria Remembered, plates 19 and 20. (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £250-250
162.    1837/1838 Victoria: a cylindrical pottery mug printed in blue with a named portrait and Windsor Castle in the background, 133mm, restored.
* See Victoria Remembered, plate 50. (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £140-180
163.    1837/1838 Victoria: a lobed pottery jug printed in blue with a named portrait and Windsor Castle in the background, 145mm chipped
* See Victoria Remembered, plate 50. (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £80-100
164.    1837/ 1838 Victoria: an octagonal pottery jug with maskhead spout printed in blue with a named portrait and on the reverse Britannia, 182mm, restored
* See Victoria Remembered, plate 46 (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £40-60
165.    1837/1838 Victoria: a white composition head in profile relief contained in a glazed ebonised frame, 119mm overall (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-40
166.    1837/1838 Victoria: a cup and saucer printed in mauve with an initialled head and shoulders portrait after Hayter, cup cracked and a small moulded glass dish (3) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £40-60
167.    1837/1838 Victoria: a nursery plate with moulded border printed in black with an equestrian portrait named Victoria 1st, 136mm, rim chip and star crack to reverse
* See Victoria Remembered, plate 87 (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £60-80
168.    1837/1838 Victoria: a nursery plate printed in pink with a full-length named portrait, manufacturer's glazed rim chip and a twin handled plate with blue printed portrait, restored (3)
* See Victoria Remembered, plates 32 and 34 (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £60-90
169.    1838 Victoria: a small cylindrical mug printed in blue with a named crowned portrait, 63mm, restored
* See Victoria Remembered, plate 45 (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £50-80
170.    1838 Victoria: a cylindrical mug printed in blue with name, date and inscribed Hoghton Tower, 78mm, repaired

* See Victoria Remembered, plate 57 (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £100-150
171.    1838 Victoria: a Swansea Pottery mug the waisted body printed in purple with named and dated portraits, 85mm * See Victoria Remembered, plate 43 (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £150-250
172.    1838 Victoria: a mug moulded with a head in profile and on the reverse Britannia centred by Victoria's name surmounted by a crown upon a mauve reserve, 88mm, restored (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £60-80
173.    1838 Victoria: a good pottery mug the slightly waisted body printed in purple with a named portrait surmounted by a crown, 98mm
* See Victoria Remembered, plate 51 (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £150-250
174.    1838 Victoria: a rare large cylindrical mug printed in black with a named hatted portrait surmounted by a crown flanked by views of Windsor Castle and Brighton Pavilion, 125mm, restored (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £200-300
175.    1838 Victoria: a pottery loving cup on spreading foot printed in blue with a named portrait surmounted by a crown, 150mm, restored rim
* See Victoria Remembered, plate 51 (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £120-140
176.    1838 Victoria: a pink lustre decorated jug printed in black with a named portrait, the reverse inscribed with a Biblical quotation, 102mm, spout restored (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £70-100
177.    1838 Victoria: a rare lobed pottery jug printed in pink with portraits after Collen centred by Victoria's name and crown, 165mm
* See Victoria Remembered, plate 28 (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £120-160
178.    1838 Victoria: a good blue jasperware jug applied in white with profiles surmounted by crowns, 178mm
* Ex Herbert Ward collection, lot 653 (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £100-140
179.    1838 Victoria: a pottery jug the split oviform body printed in brown with a named full-length portrait and on the reverse a scene of Temperance, banded in pink lustre, 165mm, cracked
* See Victoria Remembered, plate 35 (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £40-50
180.    1838 Victoria: a nursery plate the border with moulded and colourful decoration printed in black with a named and dated portrait, 154mm, star crack
* See Victoria Remembered, plate 40 right (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £80-120
181.    1838 Victoria: a Dillwyn & Co nursery plate with floral moulded border printed in purple with named and dated portrait, impressed mark, 156mm, cracked
* See Victoria Remembered, plate 40 left (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £80-100
182.    1838 Victoria: a pair of octagonal plates with floret moulded borders one printed with a named full-length portrait the other a named view of Windsor Castle within pink lustre rims, 172mm, Windsor cracked (2)
* See Victoria Remembered, plate 35 (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £50-70
183.    1838 Victoria: a nursery plate the border moulded with the alphabet and lined in pink printed in green with a named hatted portrait, 184mm, hairline crack
* See Victoria Remembered, plate 90 (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £50-70
184.    1838 Victoria: a nursery plate moulded with central named portrait within a border of royal trophies and lined in blue, 191mm, chipped (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-50
185.    1838 Coronation: a nursery plate the border moulded with a crown and flowers of the Union, printed in black with a scene of a lady picking flowers in a rural scene, 182mm cracked and a pottery bowl printed in black, repaired (2) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-50
186.    1838 Coronation: a nursery plate with moulded floral border printed in brown with a named portrait, 183mm, cracked
* See Victoria Remembered, plate 37 (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £40-80
187.    1840 Wedding: a cylindrical pottery mug the fluted body printed in black with portraits and on the reverse inscribed coat of arms, 82mm
* See Victoria Remembered, plate 65 (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £100-140
188.    1840 Wedding: a pottery mug printed in black with named portraits and a view of Windsor centred by a crown and date, 84mm, cracked
* See Victoria Remembered, plate 71 (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £40-60
189.    A cylindrical pottery mug printed in grey with named portraits, 91mm
* See Victoria Remembered, plate 91 (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-50
190.    1840 Wedding: an unusual pottery mug printed in brown with portraits centred by a crown, inscription and flowers of the Union, 91mm, stained (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £50-80
191.    1840 Wedding: a rare pottery mug banded in pale blue and printed in black with named and dated portraits within a curtained cartouche flanked by rural views, 98mm, cracked (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £50-80
192.    1840 Wedding: an unusual pottery mug the waisted body printed in blue with both portraits flanked by flags and flowers of the Union, the underside inscribed 'Union' surmounted by a crown, 96mm (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £100-150
193.    1840 Wedding: a rare pottery mug printed in blue with portraits and crown centred by inscription and date, 100mm, repaired (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £20-40
194.    1840 Wedding: a pottery jug printed in blue with named portraits and crown centred by the date, 122mm, restored, rim chip (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-50
195.    1840 Wedding: a pink lustre decorated pottery jug printed in black with named portraits and view of Windsor Castle centred by a crown and date, 110mm (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £50-70
196.    1840 Wedding: a pottery jug printed in black with named portrait medallions, 114mm chipped and another jug, handle repaired (2) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £40-60
197.    1840 Wedding: two jugs of varying size each printed in green with named portraits centred by a crown, largest 165mm, both cracked (2) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-40
198.    1840 Wedding: a pottery jug printed in black with alternating portraits and coats of arms, inscribed 'William Barass', 215mm, small chip to spout (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £80-120
199.    1840 Wedding: a graduated set of three copper lustre pottery jugs moulded with colourful full-length portraits on a blue ground, tallest 150mm, chips (3) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-60
200.    1840 Wedding: a graduated set of three blue glazed pottery jugs moulded with full-length portraits and gilded, tallest 205mm (3) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-60
201.    1840 Wedding: a bisque porcelain figure depicting the Queen seated, 135mm, damaged and a blue pottery jug moulded with full-length figures in white (2) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-40
202.    1840 Wedding: a nursery plate the border moulded with animals, printed in black with named portraits, 152mm and another moulded with heads in profile and decorated in coloured enamels, hairline cracks (2) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £70-90
203.    1840 Wedding: a nursery plate with moulded border printed in brown with inscribed portraits, 181mm, hairline crack and a jug printed in blue with horsemen flanked by rural scenes, the underside inscribed 'Prince Albert'. 165mm, cracked (2) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-40
204.    1840 Victoria and Albert: a matched pair of miniature plates, one printed in green the other black, both with hairline cracks, 85mm (2) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £70-100
205.    1840 Wedding: a purple lustre banded nursery plate printed in black (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £40-80
206.    1840 Wedding: an octagonal nursery plate printed in black and decorated in colours, 170mm, manufacturer's glazed chip (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-50
207.    1840 Wedding: a nursery plate with a colourful moulded border printed in black with named portraits, 177mm, enamels flaking and another with named portrait of Albert, restored (2) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £40-50
208.    1840 Wedding: a pair of octagonal nursery plates with floret moulded borders printed in green, one with named portraits the other crown and date, 192mm, both with hairline cracks (2)
* See Victoria Remembered, plate 71 (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £60-90
209.    1840 Wedding: an unusual jug by T.G. & Co of Longton printed in black with named and dated half-length portraits flanked by views of country mansions, 103mm, stained (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £50-80
210.    1841 Christening: a nursery plate printed in black, 180mm, chipped* See Victoria Remembered, plate 97 right for an illustration of this plate. (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-40
211.    1841 Christening: a cylindrical mug printed in blue, 105mm (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £40-60
212.    1841 Birth: a nursery plate the border moulded with name and date centred by the name Jane painted in black, 158mm, a cup, saucer and plate printed in blue and a mug inscribed in gilt with date, each rubbed (5) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-60
213.    An octagonal plate with moulded border printed in brown with a named portrait of the Queen, circa 1847, chipped, a plate with equestrian portrait, restored, two Q alphabet mugs, another and a jug (7) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £50-80
214.    Royal Family: a jug printed in black with a scene entitled 'Englands Future King', 200mm and another the white ground applied with full-length figures in mauve said to be the Princess Royal and Prince of Wales (2)
* See Victoria Remembered, plates 140 and 154 (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £50-80
215.    1846 Visit to Place House: a pottery plate with pink sponge decorated border printed in green with an inscribed view of the mansion, 205mm, the reverse with indistinct impressed mark
* See Victoria Remembered, plate 143 (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £50-80
216.    Royal Family: two pink lustre cups and saucers and seven other similar pieces, circa 1850 (11) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-50
217.    Victoria and Albert: a slender parian vase moulded with profiles, 241mm, a similar ewer, both circa 1851, a pair of bois durci plaques, chipped, a pair of brass profiles and a pair of engravings (8) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-40
218.    1858 Wedding: a graduated set of three octagonal jugs, another similar small jug and two twin handles plates (6) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-50
219.    1858 Visit to Cherbourg by Victoria: a French pottery plate printed in black with an inscribed and dated scene of Napoleon III receiving Victoria within a blue printed border, 210mm
* See Victoria Remembered, plate 248 (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £70-100
220.    A woven silk picture depicting Prince Alfred, 105mm wide, another similar Princess Alice, both circa 1858 and one other of the Prince of Wales, framed (3)
* Alfred sailed with the Royal Navy to the Mediterranean on 27th October 1858. See Victoria Remembered, plate 250 (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-40
221.    1860 Review of the Volunteers by Victoria: a Sandford white pottery jug with moulded decoration, 260mm and a lustre decorated rectangular plaque for the Crimea, repaired (2)
* See Victoria Remembered, plates 220, 256 and 257 (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £25-35
222.    1860 Visit to Canada by the Prince of Wales: a square pottery dish with twin pierced handles printed in green with Prince of Wales feathers surmounted by the crown within a border of maple leaves, the reverse with Sharpus & Co retailers mark, 301mm wide
* See Victoria Remembered, plate 260 (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £60-90
223.    1861 in Memoriam: a nursery plate with moulded border printed in black with an inscribed half-length portrait and a continental porcelain vase, 109mm (2)
* See Victoria Remembered, plate 270 (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-50
224.    1861 Albert in Memoriam: a pottery soup bowl printed in mauve, 281mm and another with blue sponge decorated border, restored (2) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-40
225.    1861 Albert in Memoriam: a white stoneware jug moulded with a profile and decorations, 200mm, a tapering jug with lustre equestrian portrait and another, repaired (3) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-50
226.    1863 Wedding: six various mugs (6) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-50
227.    1863 Wedding: five various cups and saucers together with a matching jug and two plates, another cup and a cup for the Prince of Wales (15) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-40
228.    1863 Wedding: three various side plates (3) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £20-40
229.    1863 Wedding: a pottery bowl, two parian vases and a similar small jug, a bronzed composition portrait bust, repaired, an oval box and cover and three moulded glass dishes (10) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £50-80
230.    1863 Wedding: six various jugs (6) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-40
231.    Frederick William of Prussia: a nursery plate printed in green with a named portrait, circa 1861
* Upon the succession of his father on 2nd January 1861 Frederick became Crown Prince. See Victoria Remembered, plate 263 right. (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-60
232.    1887 Jubilee: nine various tapering mugs (9) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-60
233.    1887 Jubilee: three octagonal plates, an undated green jasperware circular portrait plaque and a framed Stevengraph (5) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-40
234.    A Doulton Lambeth brown stoneware mug, a continental porcelain jug and a Goss vase all for the 1888 wedding and a Doulton stoneware jug for 1897 (4) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £20-40
235.    Duke of York (later George V): a white parian portrait bust by Robinson & Leadbeater, impressed mark, circa 1895, 210mm
* See Parian Phenomenon, plate 758 right (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £25-35
236.    1893 Wedding: seven various tapering mugs and two beakers (9) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-60
237.    1897 Jubilee: seven various beakers (7) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £20-40
238.    1897 Jubilee: twelve various mugs (12) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-60
239.    1897 Jubilee: five various plates, two teapot stands and a plaque (8) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £20-40
240.    1900 Transvaal: a Copeland pottery Subscriber's Copy tyg, one handle with stapled repair (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £40-80
241.    George VI and Mary: a white parian portrait bust on named base of the King, 197mm and another of the Queen named on the reverse (2) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-40
242.    George VI: two Royal Doulton curved sided small beakers, two similar mugs, a mug by William Lowe and a Minton beaker; three continental porcelain mugs with named portraits of the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York also a Doulton porcelain beaker and mug for Edward VII (11) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-50
243.    1922 Wedding of Princess Royal: a Royal Doulton pottery beaker, a cast spelter plaque and two portrait busts, three aluminium beakers and a printed tin (8) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-40
244.    Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret: A cup and saucer, a trio and an oval plate all by Paragon, a small pair of dishes with named portraits of the Yorks and a dish for their visit in 1927 to Canberra (9) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £25-35
245.    1934 Wedding of Duke of Kent: a small pair of Zsolnay face masks, an oval plaque after Wilding, a small medallion, a printed program, an elaborately framed print and a framed jig saw (7) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-40
246.    Edward VIII: a Tuscan China loving cup, 130mm, a mug by Crown Staffordshire, two by Copeland, an Aynsley cobalt blue ground small loving cup, a Paragon plate, three dishes and two side plates (11) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-60
247.    1937 Coronation: a Minton porcelain beaker (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-40
248.    1937 Coronation: a small Coalport cobalt blue ground mug with gilt decoration and seven other good quality mugs (8) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-60
249.    1937 Coronation: an Adderley Ware green ground loving cup, 100mm and three other good quality loving cups (4) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £50-50
250.    1937 Coronation: a large white pottery beaker shaped vase with moulded decoration, 220mm and a Burleigh Ware loving cup (2) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £20-40
251.    1937 Coronation: three Paragon plates another by Cauldon and a photograph of Duke and Duchess of York by Vandyk, the reverse affixed with a National Portrait Gallery lable dated 1926 (5) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £20-40
252.    1953 Coronation: a Paragon loving cup with twin gilt handles, 120mm (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-40
253.    1953 Coronation: a Minton twin handled cup and cover, a Royal Doulton porcelain mug and similar beaker, a Copeland Spode pottery mug and a mug by Guyatt (6) (commemorative, commemorate, royal) £30-40
254.    Two medium sized cylindrical mugs and four small, largest 93mm (6) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-50
255.    Three cylindrical mugs, largest 112mm (3) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
256.    Three cylindrical malachite mug, largest 120mm (3) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
257.    Five various baluster shaped mugs, some restoration (5) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £50-100
258.    Six various cylindrical loving cups, largest 149mm (6) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £50-100
259.    A good malachite loving cup: Passing the Pipe (404) and The Smokers (405) 115mm (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
260.    A loving cup set with scroll handles: Jolly Topers (406) black mottled ground, restored, 127mm (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £20-40
261.    A small oviform jug, 85mm, a brick red ground jug and two floral jugs, both restored (4) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
262.    Four various oviform teapots, each restored, tallest 181mm (8) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-60
263.    A red ground cup and saucer, another with green griffin border both with: The Milkmaid (443) and five other cups and saucers (14) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-60
264.    A chamberstick, a ring stand and a small pot with domed lid each with pink ground and restored (4) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £50-100
265.    A small near rectangular pin tray, another oval, restored, both pink ground and a miniature comport: Street Scene on the Continent (336A) 106mm diameter (3) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-60
266.    Five various black mottled ground spill vases, each restored (5) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £50-100
267.    Four various brick red ground spill vases, each restored (4) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £50-80
268.    A matched pair of green ground spill vases and two others matched pairs, all four restored (6) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £80-100
269.    A pair of blue ground spill vases both with hairline cracks, another aubergine ground, repainted, two pink ground both with hairline cracks and two white ground spill vases (7) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £50-100
270.    A pair of malachite moon vases (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-50
271.    A pair of malachite moon vases (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-50
272.    A blue ground urn shaped vase, 160mm and two engraved soft metal printing plates (3) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £20-40
273.    A mottled ground vase on scroll feet: Cattle and Ruins (315) and The Queen God Bless Her (319) foot restored (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £40-80
274.    A Princess Christian vase the shoulders moulded with acanthus leaves and another black mottled ground, both with: Exhibition Buildings 1851 (134) both restored (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £60-90
275.    A pair of vases: Chinese Scenes with Junks (440) both restored (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £120-180
276.    A green ground tobacco jar, another brick red ground and one other white ground each with replacement covers and another tobacco jar and cover, restored (8) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £60-120
277.    A black marbled tobacco jar and cover of large size: Jolly Topers (406) 150mm and a malachite tobacco jar, cover and plunger: Passing the Pipe (404) both restored (5) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £40-80
278.    A malachite tobacco jar, cover and plunger: A Rhine Scene (408) and on the reverse a blank oval cartouche, 135mm, chip to inner rim and ill-fitting cover (3) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £50-100
279.    A malachite tobacco jar, cover and plunger: War (219) and Peace (220) 136mm, cracked (3) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £40-60
280.    A malachite tobacco jar and cover of large size: Jolly Topers (406) 150mm, restored (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £40-60
281.    A brick red ground bowl and cover with integral stand, 131mm high and another similar in green, hairline crack (4) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £40-60
282.    A brick red ground bowl on spreading foot, 240mm diameter and three other bowls (4) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-60
283.    A pair of black ground vases with coloured enamel decoration in the Oriental taste, 172mm, another similar pair, six black ground 'Old Greek' pattern pieces, a Pratt loving cup and a 'Cyprus' pattern trio (15) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-50
284.    Four framed circular teapot stands and four unframed (8) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-50
285.    Three square and two circular plaques (5) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £20-40
286.    Three nursery plates and two side plates (5) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-50
287.    An unusual plate: The Hop Queen (414) a dessert plate and six side plates each with harebell borders (8) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
288.    Five bird subject plates (5) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £50-100
289.    A set of three plates with mauve griffin borders, two others and three floral plates (8) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-50
290.     Two pairs of plates with building subjects and one other (5) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-60
291.    An unusual porcelain plate: The Truant (413) gilt lined purple border and another: The Bull Fight (244) blue circle and gilt lined border (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-60
292.    A pair of plates with oakleaf and acorn borders, another pair with maskhead and gilt scroll borders and three other plates (7) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-50
293.    A set of three oakleaf and acorn plates with profuse gilt scroll decoration (3) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £40-80
294.    A set of four malachite plates together with the matching tall comport (5) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £80-120
295.    Pegwell Bay and Cliffs (67) and Mending the Nets (70) both restored (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £25-35
296.    Mending the Nets (70) and Continental Fish market (71) two good slender examples (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £40-60
297.    Mending the Nets (70) and Continental Fish Market (71) both with restored chips (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
298.    The Dragoon Charge, Balaklava (77) restored and The Fall of Sebastopol (78) stained and chipped (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
299.    Constantinople (80) small chip to foot (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £25-35
300.    Constantinople (80) neck restored (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £20-30
301.    Meet of the Foxhounds (80) minor restoration to foot (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £20-30
302.    The Chalees Satoon (83) chip to foot (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £20-30
303.    Venice (84) minor restoration to foot (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £20-30
304.    Passing the Pipe (90) rim restored (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
305.    Passing the Pipe (90) and The Smokers (93) rim restored and foot chipped (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £60-90
306.    Uncle Tom and Eva (91) a matched pair of black mottled jars, minor hairline crack and restoration to foot (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £60-90
307.    The Deer Stalker (92) and Wild Deer (92A) with lid, fine hairline crack (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £25-30
308.    Reception of HRH Prince of Wales (96) restored (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £25-30
309.    St Paul's Cathedral (94) and Deer Stalker (92, 92A) both chipped (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
310.    Four baluster shaped jars each with melon, grapes and foliage (4) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £40-60
311.    The Dragoon Charge, Balaklava (77) fine hairline crack to underside (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £150-250
312.    Venice (84) restored (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £15-25
313.    Mending the Nets (70) and Constantinople (80) both restored (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £20-30
314.    The Fleet at Anchor (72) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £800-1600
315.    The Pot Lid Circle data sheets numbers 1 to 112 each with a colour photograph and expanded data; The Pot Lid Book 1931; Pot Lid Auction Prices 1936; The Pictorial Pot Lid Book and three others (8) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £10-30
316.    The Sportsman (259) framed, the reverse affixed with a paper label inscribed and signed by G.E. Lambert (pot lid, potlid, prattware, watercolour) £200-400
317.    The Rivals (322) framed
* Ex Mortimer collection, lot 52C (pot lid, potlid, prattware, watercolour) £200-400
318.    Battle of the Nile (210) framed
* Ex Warshawsky collection, lot 249 (pot lid, potlid, prattware, watercolour) £200-400
319.    The Fair Sportswoman (309) framed
* Ex Warshawsky collection, lot 252 (pot lid, potlid, prattware, watercolour) £200-400
320.    The Flute Player (337) framed
* Ex Warshawsky collection, lot 260 (pot lid, potlid, prattware, watercolour) £200-300
321.    Gallant Lady Reading Book, framed
* Although never produced as a pot lid, a label affixed to the reverse of the picture states that it was included in the Pratt Factory Scrap Book. Ex Warshawsky collection, lot 267 (pot lid, potlid, prattware, watercolour) £200-300
322.    Sebastopol (209) framed, the reverse affixed with a red typed label signed by A. Ball and dated 1986 (pot lid, potlid, prattware, watercolour) £400-600
323.    A Sea Shore Study (393) framed, the reverse affixed with a red typed label signed by A. Ball and dated 1986 (pot lid, potlid, prattware, watercolour) £300-400
324.    The Village Wedding (240) cut close, overmounted and framed, the reverse affixed with a label inscribed and signed by G.E. Lambert (pot lid, potlid, prattware, watercolour) £150-250
325.    Fording the Stream (335) overmounted and framed, the reverse affixed with a label probably inscribed by G.E. Lambert (pot lid, potlid, prattware, watercolour) £200-300
326.    Yarmouth Bloater Paste, Thorntons Anthracoline, pink ground with base, George & Welch's Carboline, blue pottery with base and Stone & Son Cherry Tooth Paste (6) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
327.    Finch's Pure Bears Grease, 56 Bishopsgate St Without, 72mm, restored
* Reported in the Examiner, published in London on December 17th 1837: Pure Bear's Grease. One of the greatest curiosities that is to be exhibited this Christmas in the metropolis will be at Finch's 56 Bishopsgate Without, where one of the fattest bears now in England will be killed for the benefit of its Rich Grease which may be had at 1s per ounce or four ounces for 3s6d. Observe 56 Bishopsgate Without, corner of Artillery Lane. Another arrival of two fine young Bears. Recorded at the same address in Robson's Street Directory of 1842: Finch Wm hairdresser and in an 1843 Commercial Directory: Finch Wm Golding bear importer. The fine potting of this lid and light transfer from the engraved printing plate are indicative of very early dates of manufacture consistent with these directory entries and newspaper report. (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £800-1600
328.    The Bear Pit (6) fancy border, tiny rim chip, another example, Bears on Rock (10) restored and Bears at School (9) each framed (4) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £40-60
329.    Pegwell Bay Established 1760 (25) Hauling in the Trawl (53) and Examining the Nets (54) each framed (3) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £20-30
330.    Lobster Sauce (49) first issue, hairline crack and The Shrimpers (63) both framed (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £20-30
331.    Queen Victoria on Balcony (150) medium and Wellington with Clasped Hands (160B) white border, restored, both framed (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £20-30
332.    Albert Edward and Princess Alexandra (157) Garibaldi (169) and Dr Johnson (175) each framed (3) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £25-35
333.    Sandringham (181) Philadelphia Exhibition (147) and Albert Memorial (191) each framed (3) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £25-35
334.    Wimbledon, July 1860 (223) Sebastopol (208A) and Trafalgar Square (201) each framed (3) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £25-35
335.    Shakespeare's Birthplace, Interior (227) leaf and scroll border and Holy Trinity (229) both framed (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
336.    May Day Dancers (233) Village Wedding (240) The Enthusiast (245) and The Best Card (254) each framed (4) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
337.    A Fix (256) large and Chiefs Return from Deer Stalking (248) both framed (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £25-30
338.    Low Life (275) The Sportsman (259) Village Wedding (240) and Uncle Toby (340) each framed (4) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
339.    Cattle and Ruins (315) The Queen God Bless Her (319) The First Appeal (329B) and The Second Appeal (330B) repaired, each framed (4) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £25-35
340.    The Trooper (334) Fording the Stream (335) The Flute Player (337) and The Peasant Boys (348) each framed (4) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
341.    The Fisher Boy (341) and Little Red Riding Hood (358) both framed (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
342.    The Picnic (354) The Wolf and the Lamb (361) and The Waterfall (365) each framed (3) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
343.    Crystal Palace Exhibition 1851, framed, a plaque: The First Appeal (329C) four other pieces and two reference books (8) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £20-40
344.    A collection of approximately 180 pot lid frames (a lot) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £50-150
345.    Eight various lids, each with defects (8) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-50
346.    Eight various lids, each with defects (8) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-50
347.    Eight various lids, each with defects (8) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-50
348.    Alas! Poor Bruin (1) and Bear, Lion and Cock (19) (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
349.    Bear Hunting (4) small (pot lid, potlid, prattware) * Ex Lambert collection 1942 £80-120
350.    The Bear Pit (6) Shooting Bears (13) (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
351.    The Ins (15) and Bear Hunting (4) both restored (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
352.    The Outs (16) * Ex Lambert collection 1952 (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £60-90
353.    Pegwell Bay, Lobster Fishing (24) large and medium varieties (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £25-35
354.    Belle Vue Tavern with Carriage (28) and The Harbour, Margate (40) (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £25-35
355.    Pegwell Bay, Still Life Game (35) and Lobster Sauce (49) (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £25-35
356.    Royal Harbour, Ramsgate (41) New Jetty and Pier, Margate (39) (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £25-35
357.    Royal Harbour, Ramsgate (42) medium and large varieties (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £25-35
358.    Sandown Castle (44) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £40-40
359.    Injury (50) with registration mark (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £20-25
360.    The Fishmarket (58) Landing the Fare (38) and Landing the Catch (55) (3) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
361.    The Fishbarrow (58) medium and large varieties (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-50
362.    Eastern Lady Dressing Hair (99) medium and large varieties (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-50
363.    The Mirror (101) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
364.    The Packman (103) An Eastern Repast (98) and Lady with Guitar (107) (3) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
365.    Lady, Boy and Mandolin (109) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £40-60
366.    Lady Fastening Shoe (110) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
367.    The Trysting Place (118) and Lady with Guitar (107) (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £25-35
368.    The Trysting Place (118) and An Eastern Repast (98) chipped (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £15-20
369.    The Lovers (119) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
370.    Musical Trio (123) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
371.    Grand International Buildings of 1851 (133) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £25-30
372.    The Great Exhibition, Opening Ceremony (140) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £100-140
373.    New York Exhibition (142) A False Move (251) and The Boar Hunt (262) two examples, all by Kirkhams (4) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-60
374.    Queen Victoria and Prince Consort (152) chipped, England's Pride (149) and The Late Prince Consort (153) (3) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
375.    Napoleon III and Eugenie (156) and Wellington with Clasped Hands (160B) large, hairline crack (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-50
376.    The Late Duke of Wellington (161A) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £25-35
377.    The Late Duke of Wellington (161A) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £25-35
378.    Tria Juncta in Uno (164) medium (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £50-70
379.    Sir Robert Peel (170) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £25-35
380.    The Blue Boy (174) Allied Generals (168) chipped and L'Exposition Universelle (145) chipped (3) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
381.    Windsor Castle and St George's Chapel (177) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
382.    Windsor Park, Returning from Stag Hunting (180) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £20-30
383.    Osborne House (182) large (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £25-30
384.    St. Paul's Cathedral and The River Pageant (185) medium (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £25-30
385.    Strathfieldsay (187) and Strathfieldsaye (188) (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
386.    Albert Memorial (190) St Paul's Cathedral (192A) and Eleanor Cross (194) (3) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £40-60
387.    Six pot lids with London views (6) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-60
388.    Five pot lids with Crimea War related scenes (5) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-50
389.    Volunteers (214) The Parish Beadle (236) and Old Jack (215) repaired (3) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £40-60
390.    Napirima (225) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £40-60
391.    The Village Wakes (232) and The Parish Beadle (236) (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-60
392.    Xmas Eve (238) and Children Sailing Boat in Tub (263) (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-60
393.    Hamlet (231) Seven Ages of Man (230) Shakespeare's Birthplace, Interior (227) and Il Penseroso (235) (4) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
394.    The Children of Flora (237) Harbour of Hong Kong (221) two varieties one with matching base and Battle of the Nile (5) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
395.    Our Home (241) The Game Bag (260) Contrast (266) (3) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-50
396.    The Bull Fight (244) early issue and Pheasant Shooting (261) later issue (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £70-90
397.    Master of the Hounds (247) The Fair Sportswoman (250) and A Pair (252) (3) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
398.    Snap Dragon (253) and Blind Man's Buff (246) (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £25-35
399.    Xmas Eve (238) and Dutch Winter Scene (308) (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
400.    Deerhound Guarding Cradle (269) The Faithful Shepherd (309) and The Watermill (318) (3) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £40-60
401.    The Begging Dog (270) and Lady, Boy and Goats (311) (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £20-30
402.    Feeding the Chickens (267) High Life (274) and The Snow Drift (276) (3) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
403.    HRH The Prince of Wales (310) I See You My Boy (311) Lend a Bite (317) The Rivals (322) and The Second Appeal (330B) (5) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £40-60
404.    The Cottage Children (313) and The Quarry (352) (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
405.    The Breakfast Party (314) and Strasburg (331) (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
406.    The Dentist (323) The Shepherdess (325) and the Shepherd Boy (326) (3) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £40-60
407.    Grace Before Meals (338) and The Maidservant (343) (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
408.    Summer (342A) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £25-30
409.    Girl with Grapes (345) domed lid with black marbled border (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £25-35
410.    Peasant Boys (348) Tam O Shanter (347) The Poultry Woman (349) and Letter from the Diggings (360) (4) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £40-50
411.    Charity (362) The Irishman (357) and Persuasion (353) (3) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
412.    Youth and Age (366) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
413.    Xmas Eve (238) shaped lid with green border complete with matching Punch base (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £500-800
414.    St Paul's Cathedral and the River Pageant (185) medium (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-50
415.    Holy Trinity Church (229) leaf and scroll border, repaired chip to flange (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £200-400
416.    The Village Wedding (240) and Fording the Stream (335) both framed (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £20-25
417.    Bears on Rock (10) restored and Lady with Guitar (107) with base (3) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
418.    An Eastern Repast (98) The Waterfall (365) and Shells (52B) restored (3) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
419.    Holy Trinity Church (229) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £20-30
420.    Four framed Pegwell Bay pot lids (4) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £20-40
421.    Four famed pot lids depicting buildings (4) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
422.    Four framed pot lids (4) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £20-40
423.    Four framed figural pot lids (4) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £20-40
424.    Three framed pot lids of buildings (3) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £20-40
425.    Four framed figural pot lids (4) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £20-40
426.    Twenty-two various pot lid frames (22) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £10-20
427.    James Atkinson's Bears Grease, 2/6 variety, two Cold Cream lids and a Lanoline lid (4) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
428.    Dental Supply Company, pink ground and seven other tooth paste lids (8) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
429.    Nine various pot lids, each defective (9) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £40-60
430.    Nine various pot lids, each defective (9) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £40-60
431.    Nine various pot lids, each defective (9) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £40-60
432.    Eight various pot lids, two with bases, each defective (10) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £40-60
433.    Alas! Poor Bruin (1) and The Bear Pit (6) (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £40-50
434.    The Bear Pit (6) both varieties with and without dome (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £40-50
435.    The Bear Pit (6) with dome and Bears at School (19) (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £40-50
436.    Bear Shooting (13) Bear, Lion and Cock (19) (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £40-50
437.    Bears on Rock (10) small, brown bears (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £25-35
438.    Pegwell Bay, Lobster Fishing (24) large (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £20-30
439.    Pegwell Bay, Established 1760 (25) Four Shrimpers (26) and Hauling in the Trawl (38) (3) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £40-50
440.    Belle Vue, Pegwell Bay (30) and Shrimpers (31) with sailing vessel in cliff (31) repaired (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £40-60
441.    Pegwell Bay, Shrimping (33) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £25-35
442.    Pegwell Bay, Still Life Game (35) and Four Shrimpers (26) (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-50
443.    Royal Harbour, Ramsgate (42) Walmer Castle (45) and Established 1760 (25) (3) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £40-50
444.    Walmer Castle (45) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £20-30
445.    Pretty Kettle of Fish (48) one example of each of the three issues (3) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £40-50
446.    Lobster Sauce (49) early issue, flange drilled and third issue (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
447.    Injury (50) flange restored and Revenge (51) (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
448.    Shells (52B) medium and large varieties and (52D) small (3) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-50
449.    The Fishmarket (57) Hauling in the Trawl (53) Examining the Nets (54) and The Fishbarrow (58) medium and large varieties (5) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £40-50
450.    Sea Nymph with Trident (64) and Swiss Riverside Scene (65) both with restored rims (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-50
451.    Swiss Riverside Scene (65) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
452.    Dutch River Scene (66) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £40-50
453.    An Eastern Repast (98) and Lady with Guitar (107) (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
454.    Eastern Lady Dressing Hair (99) flange restored and Lady with Guitar (107) (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-30
455.    Lady with Hawk (106) and Lady with Guitar (107) extra small, restored (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
456.    Lady with Guitar (107) both small and extra small varieties (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
457.    Lady Fastening Shoe (110) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
458.    The Lovers (119) and An Eastern Repast (98) restored (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
459.    Floral (131/18) and (131/23) both with bases (4) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
460.    Floral (131/21) and (131/23) with a base (3) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £25-35
461.    Grand Exhibition 1851 (135) and Crystal Palace (137) both with restored rims (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-50
462.    L'Exposition Universelle (145) Philadelphia Exhibition (147) and Paris Exhibition (148) (3) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-50
463.    The Late Duke of Wellington (161A) and (161B) (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
464.    Tria Juncta in Uno (164) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £70-90
465.    Alma (165) hairline crack and Allied Generals (168) (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-50
466.    Allied Generals (168) and The Late Duke of Wellington (161A) (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
467.    Sir Robert Peel (170) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £25-35
468.    The Blue Boy (174) and Allied Generals (168) (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
469.    Buckingham Palace (176) Osborne House (182) Embarking for the East (206) and Conway Castle (217) all late issues (4) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-60
470.    Windsor Castle and St George's Chapel (177) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £40-60
471.    Drayton Manor (179) and Buckingham Palace (176) early issue, repaired (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £25-35
472.    Windsor Park (180) and Windsor Castle with base by Graphaprint (3) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £20-30
473.    St Paul's Cathedral and the River Pageant (185) restored, Osborne House (182) star crack and Choir of Chapel Royal (199) (3) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £40-50
474.    Strathfieldsay (187 & 188) (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
475.    Albert Memorial (190) and (191) Charing Cross (193) and Thames Embankment (197) (4) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-50
476.    Chapel Royal (198) Choir of Chapel Royal (199) and Sandringham (181) (3) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
477.    Alexandra Palace (200) War (212) and Peace (213) with bases (6) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-50
478.    Sebastopol (208A) Thirsty Soldier (205) Embarking for the East (206) and Battle of the Nile (210) (4) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £40-60
479.    The Volunteers (214) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £50-70
480.    Old Jack (215) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £50-70
481.    Chin Chew River (218) Harbour of Hong Kong (221) Meeting of Garibaldi (211) and Wimbledon (223) (4) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-50
482.    War (219) Peace (220) Wimbledon (223) and Rifle Contest (224) (4) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-50
483.    Napirima (225) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £40-60
484.    Shakespeare's Birthplace, Exterior (226) Interior (227) and Anne Hathaway's Cottage (228) each with leaf and scroll border (3) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £60-90
485.    Shakespeare's Birthplace, Interior (227) leaf and scroll border and Volunteers (214) restored (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £25-35
486.    Holy Trinity (229) Shakespeare's Birthplace (226) and (227) and Anne Hathaway's Cottage (228) (4) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-50
487.    Hamlet (231) Seven Ages (230) Shakespeare's (226) and Anne Hathaway's (228) (4) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
488.    The Village Wakes (232) shaped lid complete with green printed Punch base, both repaired (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
489.    May Day Dancers (233) The Swing (239) and Il Penseroso (235) (3) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
490.    The Parish Beadle (236) and The Begging Dog (270) (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-50
491.    The Children of Flora (237) The Boar Hunt (262) later issue (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-50
492.    Chiefs Return from Deer Stalking (248) Children of Flora (237) and Master of the Hounds (247) (3) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-50
493.    Dangerous Skating (249) both five and six steps examples (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-50
494.    Snap Dragon (253) and Dangerous Skating (249) (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-50
495.    Blind Man's Buff (246) and Dangerous Skating (249) (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-50
496.    Snap Dragon (253) and Dangerous Skating (249) (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-50
497.    Fair Sportswoman (250) large, The Skaters (258) and The Skewbald Horse (278) (3) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £40-50
498.    The Game Bag (260) The Sportsman (259) and The Fair Sportswoman (250) (3) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £40-50
499.    A Pair (252) Hide and Seek (255) and Both Alike (272) (3) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £40-50
500.    A Fix (256) large, without title, flange cut down and The Boar Hunt (262) later issue (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
501.    Good Dog (256) and Country Quarters (273) (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
502.    Five various dog subject (5) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £70-90
503.    The Faithful Shepherd (309) domed lid with base and Dutch Winter Scene (308) (3) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-50
504.    Dutch Winter Scene (308) and Lady, Boy and Goats (316) (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
505.    HRH Visiting the Tomb of Washington (310) I See You My Boy (311) and French Street Scene (312) (3) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
506.    Cattle and Ruins (315) Lend a Bite (317) and French Street Scene (312) (3) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
507.    The Breakfast Party (314) black marbled border complete with matching base (2)
* Ex Mortimer collection, lot 216A (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £25-35
508.    Cattle and Ruins (315) large and The Farriers (324) (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £25-35
509.    The Old Water Mill (318) and Lady Boy and Goats (316) (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £25-35
510.    Deer Stalking (321) Lend a Bite (317) and The Rivals (322) (3) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £25-35
511.    The Farriers (324) The Shepherdess (325) and The Shepherd Boy (326) (3) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £40-60
512.    The Shepherd Boy (326) large, restored and medium The Shepherdess (325) and Strasburg (331) (4) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £40-60
513.    Uncle Toby (328) Fording the Stream (335) The Shepherdess (325) and The Times (327) (4) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-50
514.    The First Appeal (329C) and The Second Appeal (330B) Fording the Stream (335) and The Troopers (334) (4) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-50
515.    The First Appeal (329A) and (329C) both large (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
516.    The Flute Player (337) Shepherd Boy (326) Second Appeal (330B) and The Poultrywoman (349) (4) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-50
517.    Strasburg (331) green marbled border with matching base and The Picnic (354) (3) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-50
518.    The Red Bull Inn (359) Uncle Toby (328) On Guard (340) Persuasion (353) (4) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-50
519.    The Vine Girl (339) and The Maidservant (343) (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-50
520.    Tam o Shanter and Souter Johnny (346) Tam o Shanter (347) and Strasburg (331) (3) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £40-60
521.    Peasant Boys (348) gilt border and flecked flange complete with matching base, both restored and Watering Cattle (377) green border complete with matching base, both chipped (4) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-50
522.    Red Bull Inn (359) Peasant Boys (348) The Wolf and the Lamb (361) and A Letter from the Diggings (360) (4) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £40-50
523.    Charity (362) both medium and large varieties (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
524.    Little Red Riding Hood (358) Peasant Boys (348) and The Waterfall (365) (3) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-50
525.    Youth and Age (366) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-40
526.    Medieval Mansion (374) blue ground and Watering Cattle (377) restored (2) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £25-35
527.    Milking the Cow (391) and Tyrolese Village Scene (397) both with bases (4) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £25-35
528.    The Donkeys Foal (386) Milking the Cow (391) both with bases and The Muleteer (392) (5) (pot lid, potlid, prattware) £30-50