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1.      Octagonal plates for Gladstone, Disraeli, Salisbury and Randolph Churchill (4) (Social, Political, Naval, Military, War Commemoratives) £40-60
2.      Plates for Gladstone, Joseph Chamberlain, Winston Churchill and an Octagonal for H.M. Stanley, small chips to corners on rear (4) (Social, Political, Naval, Military, War Commemoratives) £30-40
3.      Lord Brougham: a bisque portrait bust on gilt named square glazed base, circa 1831, 150mm. * Brougham came to fame as defence council to Queen Caroline in the 1820 Bill of Pains and Penalties. Subsequently he championed the 1832 Reform Act and the 1833 Abolition of Slavery act. (Social, Political, Naval, Military, War Commemoratives) £80-120
4.      Earl Grey: a bisque porcelain portrait bust on gilt named square glazed base, circa 1832, 168mm. * Grey was Prime Minister at the time of the 1832 Reform Act. (Social, Political, Naval, Military, War Commemoratives) £80-120
5.      1852 Wellington: a parian portrait study by Samuel Alcock depicted seated in a chair upon a monogramed plinth after Abbott and modelled by Alfred Crowquill, black printed mark, 295mm, tiny chip to plinth (Social, Political, Naval, Military, War Commemoratives) £150-250
6.      1805 Nelson in Memoriam: a black basalt sauce boat, 78mm (Social, Political, Naval, Military, War Commemoratives) £40-60
7.      Jan Carolus van Speijk: a pearlware saucer by Southwick Pottery printed in brown, circa 1835, 121mm. * Born in 1802 van Speijk joined the Royal Netherlands Navy. An opponent of the Belgian Independence Movement his ship was captured in Antwerp harbour on 5th February 1831 whereupon he blew it up with great loss of life including he own to save the ship from falling into hostile hands. (Social, Political, Naval, Military, War Commemoratives) £30-50
8.      A pair of Solian Ware plates for Churchill and Roosevelt, a glazed parian bust of General Booth of the Salvation Army and a plastic beaker by Decora for the 1946 V Day Celebration Leavesden (4) (Social, Political, Naval, Military, War Commemoratives) £30-40
9.      The Commemorative Collectors Society Journal, twenty-two issues from 1 to 24, eleven Commemorative Collectors Magazine and various books (a lot) (Social, Political, Naval, Military, War Commemoratives) £10-30
10.     A Doulton Burslem small jardinière for 1901 Australia Federation and a Paragon loving cup for 1976 America bi-centenary (2) (Social, Political, Naval, Military, War Commemoratives) £15-25
11.     1935 Empire Exhibition: six commemoratives by Paragon and a Sutherland China cup and saucer (11) (Social, Political, Naval, Military, War Commemoratives) £30-60
12.     1951 Festival of Britain: a cottage teapot by Paramount Pottery, two Paragon mugs, another, a dish, a jigsaw and various publications (a lot) (Social, Political, Naval, Military, War Commemoratives) £30-60
13.     1938 Chamberlain and Munich Peace: a mug and a plate both by Paragon (2) (Social, Political, Naval, Military, War Commemoratives) £30-40
14.     Winston Churchill: a Crown Ducal plate, a Wellington China cup and saucer for 1940s and a tea towel for 1964 (4) (Social, Political, Naval, Military, War Commemoratives) £30-40
15.     1964 Winston Churchill: an elaborate vase and cover by Abbeydale for Goode, numbered 108 of 250, 255mm (2) (Social, Political, Naval, Military, War Commemoratives) £40-80
16.     1965 Winston Churchill in Memoriam: a large Spode vase and cover numbered 61 of 125, 345mm (2) (Social, Political, Naval, Military, War Commemoratives) £40-80
17.     1974 Winston Churchill Centenary: an urn shaped vase and cover by Coalport, numbered 80 of 200, 310mm (2) (Social, Political, Naval, Military, War Commemoratives) £40-80
18.     1974 Winston Churchill in Memoriam: a large black basalt bust by Royal Doulton, numbered 274 of 750, 272mm, with certificate, stand and box (4) (Social, Political, Naval, Military, War Commemoratives) £40-80
19.     1900 Transvaal: ten French pottery plates by H B & Cie, 196mm (10) (Social, Political, Naval, Military, War Commemoratives) £50-100
20.     1900 Transvaal: a small Carltonware jug, 90mm, three beakers, a cup and saucer, a dish and two plaques (9) (Social, Political, Naval, Military, War Commemoratives) £40-60
21.     1900 Transvaal: six various mugs, two with hairline cracks (6) (Social, Political, Naval, Military, War Commemoratives) £30-40
22.     1905 Nelson Centenary: a Copeland Subscribers Copy pottery tyg, 136mm (Social, Political, Naval, Military, War Commemoratives) £200-300
23.     1905 Nelson Centenary: a Doulton blue glazed stoneware teapot and cover, spout and lid well restored, jug and sucrier (4) (Social, Political, Naval, Military, War Commemoratives) £40-60
24.     World War I: a Dutch delft plate for 1919 Versailles peace, a mug and a crested shell (3) (Social, Political, Naval, Military, War Commemoratives) £30-40
25.     World War II: a Paragon plate the reverse inscribed for democracy, two American pottery plates and a mug for 1994 D Day jubilee (4) (Social, Political, Naval, Military, War Commemoratives) £30-40
26.     Alexander III of Russia: a pottery beaker by Maslenikov for the 1883 coronation moulded with eagle medallion heightened in gilt and dated, 92mm, impressed mark and a brown printed plate for 1894 in memoriam, inscribed and dated on the reverse, 207mm, both restored (2) (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £30-40
27.     Nicholas II of Russia: a lilac blue glazed moulded pottery beaker by Kuzhatsor, the underside with impressed mark and date, rim chips and a glass tumbler with enamelled portrait, named in French and dated 1896, repaired (2). * In 1896 the Tsar visited Paris. (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £30-40
28.     Russia: a large copper medallion struck for 1711-1911 bi-centenary, 82mm and three other Russian medallions (4) (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £30-60
29.     Russia: a mid-20th century hard paste porcelain plate profusely decorated in the style of the Catherine the Great Cameo Service initialled P in the centre (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £40-60
30.     1897 Jubilee: a large circular pottery plaque moulded with a head in profile, inscribed and decorated with foliage in gilt, 400mm, small rim chip (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £30-40
31.     1838 Coronation: a Swansea nursery plate, restored (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £100-140
32.     Victoria: a tile, a moustache cup and saucer and beaker for 1887; a mug and a continental plate for 1897; a beaker and a Doulton Burslem tray for 1901 (8) (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £30-40
33.     Victoria: a jug and a spirit flask for 1840 wedding; a Copeland teapot and a Doulton Lambeth jug for 1897 (5) (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £40-60
34.     George V and VI: a Doulton trio and a teapot stand for 1902; a Goss beaker and an Exemplar loving cup for 1911; a pair of character jugs, a plate, a dish and a beaker for 1911 (11) (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £40-50
35.     Edward VIII and George VI: a Crown Ducal beaker, a Paragon plate and two beakers for Edward; a teapot, a Royal Doulton loving cup and two dishes for George (9) (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £30-40
36.     Elizabeth II: a Guyatt mug and a Royal Crown Derby dish for 1953 and a Coalport vase for 1977 (4) (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £20-30
37.     A walking stick with silver collar hallmarked for London 1916, engraved C.B. Lyon 1920, very worn. * Claude George Bowes-Lyon, 14th Earl of Strathmore (1855-1944) was the father of Elizabeth Angela Marguerite, subsequently Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother. (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £50-100
38.     1937 Edward VIII: a rare volume containing seven colour reproductions being a record of 'Trooping the Colour' boxed (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £15-20
39.     George VI: a blue velvet and embroidered chair used in Westminster Abbey for the coronation, original upholstery worn (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £100-200
40.     1937 Coronation: a Royal Crown Derby loving cup, 115mm (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £30-40
41.     1937 Coronation: a Paragon loving cup, 115mm and a Shelley loving cup (2) (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £30-40
42.     1937 Coronation: an Aynsley loving cup, 120mm and others by Shelley, Foley and Collingwood (4) (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £30-40
43.     1937 Coronation: two Paragon plates, a Wedgwood blue jasperware mug, two others and a trio with cartoon figures from 'Japhet and Happy' (8) (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £30-40
44.     1937 Coronation: a Minton beaker, a Melba globe and two small character jugs (4) (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £30-40
45.     1937 Coronation: a cream glazed maskhead jug, 210mm and three cigarette boxes each with a cover (7) (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £30-40
46.     1937 Coronation: a Crown Devon musical jug to play 'Heres a Health' 208mm and a similar mug (2) (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £25-30
47.     1937 Coronation: an unusual Crown Devon mechanical musical opening cigarette box to play the 'National Anthem', 210mm (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £30-60
48.     1937 Coronation: a large Royal Doulton loving cup, 265mm, a Copeland lamp base and a stylish Crown Ducal jug (3) (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £50-50
49.     Victoria: a porcelain cup and saucer from a Buckingham Palace service with VR monogram, Mortlocks mark, circa 1870 (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £40-60
50.     Octagonal plates for statistics, and Victoria by Hines, also Victoria and Albert Victor, both with small chips to the corners on the rear (4) (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £40-50
51.      1887 Jubilee: a large chamber pot, rim 220mm diameter (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £30-50
52.     Victoria: nine plates, two side plates and a teapot stand (12) (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £50-80
53.     Victoria: a Doulton Lambeth brown jug for 1897 also four mugs and a beaker, tapering mug with restored foot (6) (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £25-35
54.      Edward VII: five plates including an unusual Princess May print, two lithophane mugs, Alexandra repaired, a beaker and a Doulton Lambeth mug with hall marked silver collar (9) (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £40-60
55.      George V: three plates, three lithophane mugs, one with small rim chip, a beaker, a pair of vases also Paragon plates for 1926 birth and another for 1937 (11) (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £30-40
56.     A small cast brass portrait bust on engraved base and an embossed copper box both for George IV, a gilt metal embossed box for Albert containing eight miniature coins, four similar boxes for Windsor castle and another George VI (a lot) (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £30-40
57.     1863 Edward Prince of Wales: a good Copeland parian portrait bust for the Crystal Palace Art Union after Marshall Wood, impressed marks, 310mm (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £120-180
58.     1863 Princess Alexandra: a Copeland parian portrait bust for the Crystal Palace Art Union after F.M. Miller, impressed marks, 295mm, earrings restored (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £80-120
59.     A plate for 1887 Jubilee depicting St Lawrence Church, Mickleton (Cotswolds), a silk for Princess Alice and another Victoria, bothy framed and a 1975 exhibition catalogue (4) (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £30-40
60.     Two mugs for 1953, a mug for 1982 birth, another 1983 first birthday and two for Margaret and Queen Mother's deaths, also a handkerchief for Princess Elizabeth (7) (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £20-30
61.     George III: a pearlware tall cylindrical mug printed in blue with initialled superimposed profiles inscribed 'King and Constitution', circa 1793, 118mm, restored. * See Commemorative Pottery, plate 31 (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £150-200
62.     Duke of York: a cylindrical pearlware mug printed in brown and decorated in colours with an inscribed seen depicting a citadel under siege, circa 1793, 125mm, restored. * The Duke of York captured Valenciennes on 26th July 1793. (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £150-200
63.     1821 George IV Coronation: a rare cylindrical creamware mug printed in black with an inscribed portrait, 75mm, restored. * See Commemorative Pottery, plate 67 where the author notes that the incorrect date of accession is recorded. (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £250-350
64.      1831 William Coronation: a cylindrical mug printed in purple with portraits centred by an inscribed crown, 88mm, restored. * See Commemorative Pottery, plates 79 and 80 (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £150-200
65.     1837 Victoria Proclamation: a good Staffordshire pottery waisted mug of slightly smaller size attractively printed in green, 76mm. * See Victoria Remembered, plate 44 (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £300-400
66.     1837 Proclamation: a cylindrical pearlware mug by Read & Clementson printed in pink with portraits centred by an inscribed crown, 104mm, restored. * See Victoria Remembered, plates 19 and 20 (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £150-200
67.     1838 Coronation: a cylindrical pearlware mug by Read & Clementson printed in pink with portraits centred by an inscribed crown, 86mm, fine hairline crack to left of handle. * See Victoria Remembered, plates 19 and 20 (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £150-250
68.     Prince Albert and Leopold I of Belgium: a rare pair of small pottery bowls each painted with swags in the colour of the Belgian flag and inscribed in rouge de fer with names, circa 1831, 90mm diameter, tiny chips (2). * Leopold, formally husband of the late Princess Charlotte of Wales, took his oath as King of the Belgians on 21st July 1831. Prince Albert (later husband of Queen Victoria) was the nephew and a favourite of Leopold; he was the second son of his elder brother, Ernest Duke of Saxe-Coburg. Albert was considered a potential heir apparent at the time of Leopold becoming King given that Leopold was both unmarried and childless at that time. (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £50-150
69.     George III, Princess Charlotte and the Royal Yacht Charlotte: A important and hitherto unrecorded Coalport vase of substantial size constructed in two sections, the urn shaped body moulded with gilded rams head handles, extravagantly painted overall with a scene of the Royal Yacht and other vessels in rough seas and on the reverse an allegorical depiction resembling a youthful George, a thin blue sash about his chest, and Charlotte depicted as Galatea both riding in a purple conch pulled by two dolphins being led by a winged putto holding aloft a flaming torch, the couple encouraged into an embrace by a putto with clipped wings, a third putto, also with clipped wings, holding a billowing cloak; the lower part profusely gilded with paterae in reverse, raised upon a square base with gilt paterae decoration, the upper section with repeated paterae in gilt upon an aubergine coloured ground, circa 1811, 415mm high overall, maximum diameter 280mm including handles, good original condition save for minor rubbing to the gilt work and two chips to the top rim.
* The magnificence of this massive vase is typical of the very expensively produced commissions undertaken by the London china decorators including Thomas Baxter who operated from about 1797 until 1814 at No. 1 Goldsmith Street, Gough Square, Clerkenwell. The gilt decoration, being of the very best quality and on an aubergine ground is not untypical of Baxter's work. Thomas Baxter junior (1782 - 1821) delighted in allegory and the classical theme saying that 'it was to the Greeks we owed all that is elegant and dignified in art'. Coalport with their ability to produce large, well-crafted pieces was the preferred manufacturer of blanks by the London decorators. With the porcelain alone weighing in excess of five kilos this vase ranks amongst the largest of that period ever to have been seen.
The scene of a Royal Yacht in rough seas is an exact copy of the engraving by Pierre Charles Canot, published in about 1795, after the painting by P. Monamy depicting HMY Carolina and 'the violent storm that drove His Majesty King George I into Rye' in 1726.
Princess Sophia Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz departed her native Germany on 17th August 1761 for Britain to marry George III. Sailing in HMY Royal Charlotte (previously HMY Caroline), together with accompanying vessels, the squadron encountered three horrific storms off the coast of Norway and eventually landed at Harwich on 6th September. Charlotte arrived in London on 8th September and was married to George in the Chapel Royal at 9.00pm that evening.
Coincidentally history repeated itself when in 1797 George III embarked on HMY Royal Charlotte to visit the fleet at the Nore following the Battle of Camperdown . Contrary winds however prevented the ship from reaching the mouth of the Thames and the King was blown back up river to Greenwich .
The allegorical depiction of George with Charlotte as Galatea riding in a conch shell is testament to the mutual adoration the couple, who had fifteen children together, must have had for one another.
Dating from about 1811 this vase was quite probably intended, upon the golden anniversary of their wedding, as a token of celebration for Charlotte's safe arrival in Britain fifty years earlier also George's more recent encounter with bad weather on the Thames.
Until recently discovered it had apparently remained in the same ownership since the 1840's. When found the two sections were attached with a gilt painted thick paper circle and soluble glue there being no evidence of a metal rod, usually used to unite the two sections, ever having been previously fitted. A recently constructed brass bolt with screwed fixing and washers now accompanies the vase.
See: Yale Centre for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection B1995.13.131, record number 3644374 for an example of Canot's engraving printed for Robt. Wilkinson who is recorded as being at 58 Cornhil from 1792 and Bowles & Carver at 69 St Paul's Churchyard from 1793. International Ceramic Fair Handbook 1991, page 35, for an article by John Sandon about the Regency decorators including Thomas Baxter. £6000-10000
70.     1951 George VI: an historically interesting personal letter from the King to his physician Sir Daniel Davies, handwritten in black ink on embossed Sandringham stationery dated December 27th 1951 expressing thanks 'for all your help to me in my long illness' also concern 'I fear I have caused you many days of worry during the last few months'. The King goes on to say 'the few days here have done me good' and that he 'used a gun with no ill effects and medium accuracy'. Reference is made to Miss Linton's 'exercises & massage'. The King concludes with renewed thanks and good wishes for 1952, signing 'I am yours very sincerely George R', 190 x120mm complete with the embossed envelop inscribed in the Kings hand 'Sir Daniel Davies K.C.V.O. 36 Wimpole Street W1' and monogramed GR in the bottom left-hand corner, franked with GviR stamp (2). * On 23rd September 1951 the King underwent surgery for the removal of a lung. Churchill was re-elected Prime Minister in the October, at the ensuing State Opening of Parliament the King's speech was read by the Lord Chancellor and subsequently a Day of National Thanksgiving for King George VI was declared on 2nd December 1951. The King turned 56 on 14th December. The following 31st January the King saw Princess Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh off from London Airport on their way to a tour of Australia and New Zealand by way of East Africa. Just six days later on 6th February 1952 the King died in his sleep at Sandringham. Daniel Davies was born in 1899 the son of a Welsh preacher. He was appointed physician to King George VI in 1938 and Knighted for his services in 1951. Miss Winifred Linton was made an Honorary Fellow of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy in 1952. Provenance: by family descent. (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £1000-3000
71.     1887 Jubilee: a Doulton Lambeth slender vase, 172mm, two plates, a Statistics dish, damaged, a small dish and an undated jug (6) (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £25-35
72.     1897 Jubilee: a Copeland white moulded teapot, 142mm and a similar vase, both with hairline crack and a Macintyre teapot (5) (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £25-30
73.     1897 Jubilee: a Royal Crown Derby beaker, four other beakers, a trio, a tyg, a plate and three dishes (13) (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £30-50
74.     1897 Jubilee: an Aynsley for Whiteley porcelain mug another by Royal Doulton, six other mugs also a beaker for 1901 (9) (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £25-35
75.     Edward VII: a Sevres plaque, a continental jug, four mugs, two cups and saucers, a plate all for 1902; also a mug and two plates for 1910 and four pieces for Prince of Wales, pink cracked (18) (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £30-40
76.     August 1902 Coronation: a Wemyss for Goode loving cup, 172mm (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £30-40
77.     George VI: two bottles and stoppers, three plates, three mugs, two beakers and a Royal Crown Derby vase all for 1911; a mug and two plates for 1935 and a mug and a plate for the Yorks (18) (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera)
78.     Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret: a teapot, a sucrier and a jug, two mugs and a cup and saucer all by Paragon (8) (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £30-60
79.     Edward VII: a Royal Crown Derby mug, a mug for Goode, a loving cup, nine other mugs and a confiture and cover (13) (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera)
80.     Edward VIII: a Minton beaker and three Royal Doulton porcelain curved sided coloured beakers (4) (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £40-80
81.     Edward VIII: eleven various plates and dishes (11) (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £30-50
82.     Edward VIII, Prince of Wales and Duke of Windsor: five plates, a basalt medallion, a musical mug, a jug, a mug, a loving cup, and a pair of Peggy Davies Ceramics loving cups (12) (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £30-50
83.     George VI: a Minton beaker and two Royal Doulton curved sided porcelain coloured beakers (3) (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £50-80
84.     George VI: a Royal Crown Derby cigarette box and mug, 92mm, another mug by Copeland (4) (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £30-60
85.     George VI: a large Copeland mug, 141mm, a Royal Crown Derby mug, three other mugs, a loving cup and a jug (7) (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £25-35
86.     George VI: a Crown Devon musical mug, two plates by Winton and Paragon and two mugs for visits to America and Canada, a cup and saucer also a pair of dishes for the Yorks (9) (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £30-40
87.     Elizabeth II: a Paragon twin handled vase, a Spode sucrier and cover, a Royal Crown Derby dish and four plates (8) (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £30-40
88.     Elizabeth II Visits: a plate and seven mugs also a Royal Crown Derby dish for 1977 (9) (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £20-40
89.     1969 Investiture: a Royal Crown Derby Welsh Dragon numbered 146 of 250, 132mm hairline crack (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £20-40
90.     1969 Investiture: a Royal Crown Derby goblet and a bell, cross restored (2) (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £20-30
91.     1981 Wedding: two Queen's Beasts by Minton and two plates also a Minton caddy and cover for 1986 wedding (6) (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £30-40
92.     1982 Birth: a loving cup by J & J May depicting the pram at Highgrove, 106mm (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £20-40
93.     A framed cotton square printed in black for the 1897 jubilee, 670mm square overall, another for 1863 wedding, a cotton square for 1892 Duke of Clarence in memoriam, another 1947 wedding and a boxed jigsaw for 1953 (5) (Royal Commemorative, Ephemera) £30-40
94.     George VI: a large plate by Copeland, three other plates, a small Paragon cup and saucer, another for Edward VIII (8) £30-50
95.     Lot 95 to 100 No Lots
101.    Three cat fairings; The Orphans, a matchstriker and a pinbix and cover, some restoration (7) (Fairings, Staffordshire Pottery) £30-40
102.    Attack and Defeat, Waiting for a Bus and six bed fairings, some restoration (9) (Fairings, Staffordshire Pottery) £30-40
103.    A Long Pull and a Strong Pull and three Tug of Wars, some restoration (4) (Fairings, Staffordshire Pottery) £30-50
104.    Cancan and three others, some restoration (4) (Fairings, Staffordshire Pottery) £30-50
105.    The Shoemaker in Love and three others (4) (Fairings, Staffordshire Pottery) £30-50
106.    If You Please Sir and three others (4) (Fairings, Staffordshire Pottery) £30-50
107.    Kiss Me Quick, back front wheels restored and a cycling pinbox and cover (3) (Fairings, Staffordshire Pottery) £40-60
108.    Every Vehicle Driven by a Horse, Mule or Ass 2d, handle bars and hands restored (Fairings, Staffordshire Pottery) £80-100
109.    The Girls of the Period, handle bars and some front spokes to left hand cycle restored (Fairings, Staffordshire Pottery) £80-120
110.    The Queen God Bless Her (Fairings, Staffordshire Pottery) £10-15
111.    A pair of seated Staffordshire pottery hounds on oval bases, circa 1840, tallest 126mm, both tails restored (2) (Fairings, Staffordshire Pottery) £30-60
112.    A Staffordshire pottery figure depicting a seated Uncle Tom with Eva standing upon his knee, circa 1855, 195mm, her right arm restored (Fairings, Staffordshire Pottery) £30-40
113.    A Princess Christian vase: Exhibition Buildings 1851 (134) green acanthus leaf moulded shoulders (Prattware) £100-150
114.    A Princess Christian vase: Exhibition Buildings 1851 (134) black mottled ground (Prattware) £80-120
115.    A kidney shaped pen tray and cover: Shell Subjects, mauve ground, gold line decoration, 245mm. * Ex Owen collection (Prattware) £60-90
116.    A cylindrical tobacco jar and cover: Driving Cattle (387) and Cavalier and Serving Woman (381) green ground, 120mm (2) (Prattware) £70-90
117.    A cylindrical tobacco jar, cover and plunger: The Stone Jetty (395) and The Traveller's Departure (396) initialled WB in gilt, green ground, 136mm, plunger chipped (3) (Prattware) £80-120
118.    An unusual cylindrical box and cover: A Rural Scene (270) Tyrolese Village Scene (397) Milking the Cow (391) and The Donkey's Foal (386) green ground, gold line decoration,140mm diameter, three small chips to inner rim (Prattware)
*Ex Ken Smith collection, lot 401C £80-100
119.    A vase: Chinese River Scene with Junks (440) rim restored (Prattware) £60-100
120.    A Princess Christian vase: Exhibition buildings (134) foot restored and another, rim restored (2) (Prattware) £40-60
121.    A mallet shaped vase: Uncle Tom and Eva (401) and Uncle Tom (402) stained and neck restored (Prattware) £30-40
122.    A pair of blue marbled ground flask shaped vases, each restored (2) (Prattware) £60-80
123.    Three vases with flared necks on scroll feet, each restored (3) (Prattware) £60-90
124.    A blue ground cup and saucer: Bird Subjects (2) (Prattware) £25-35
125.    A harlequin set of ten straight sided saucers (10) (Prattware) £20-40
126.    A harlequin set of five side plates: Bird Subjects (5) (Prattware) £50-100
127.    A set of three plates by Mayer & Elliot: Stately Homes, impressed marks (3) (Prattware) £30-40
128.    A harlequin set of seven dessert plates: Bird Subjects (7) (Prattware) £60-120
129.    Two Bird comports, a similar plate, repaired also seven plates and two side plates (12) (Prattware) £30-40
130.    A particularly fine malachite platter: Christ in the Cornfield (424) gilt inscribed border, the reverse with Pratt / Prince Albert stamp and affixed paper label ink inscribed 'No 161 Ex 1851 Pratt' 334mm. * F & R Pratt produced a series of exhibits for their stand at the 1851 Great Exhibition each of which was embellished in gilt and of the highest quality. This fine platter together with its label affixed to the underside would suggest that it is one of the pieces exhibited on their exhibition stand. (Prattware) £200-400
131.    A particularly good set of three oak leaf and acorn bordered plates with profuse gilt decoration (3) (Prattware) £60-100
132.    A cylindrical loving cup, 101mm and four mugs, pink and blue restored (5) (Prattware) £20-40
133.    A jug: Shells, 220mm, a teapot, spout restored, a tobacco jar, stained, a small jug and a St Paul's jar, chipped (7) (Prattware) £20-40
134.    Eight assorted cups and saucers (16) (Prattware) £30-40
135.    Two malachite plates and three matching varying comports, handles on circular repaired (5) (Prattware) £20-40
136.    Four varying stately home plates and two similiar comports (6) (Prattware) £20-40
137.    Six plates, two side plates and three comports (11) (Prattware) £20-30
138.    Two Bird plates, three Floral plates and two Welsh plates (7) (Prattware) £20-30
139.    A malachite tobacco jar, a plate and three lids all Graphaprint reproductions (9) (Prattware) £20-30
140.    Two Bird plates, five lids with four bases plus certificates all Coalport reproductions (1 lot) (Prattware) £20-30
141.    A cylindrical malachite mug, 102mm and another larger (2) (Prattware) £30-40
142.    A rectangular plaque with integral moulded frame: Felix Edwards Pratt (173) repaired and three framed plaques (4) (Prattware) £30-50
143.    A tall malachite bordered comport, rim restored, a comport, lacking handles, a malachite plate, cracked and a pair of side plates (5) (Prattware) £30-40
144.    A part blue bordered dessert service: Bird Subjects, blue distressed (5) (Prattware) £50-100
145.    A good narrow malachite bordered plate: The Last In (412) the reverse with Pratt / Prince Albert stamp. * These narrow-bordered plates are very rare given that only one per service was made. (Prattware) £100-200
146.    Four various dessert plates, a comport lacking stand and a Bird Subject side plate (6) (Prattware) £40-60
147.    Eight various dessert plates (8) (Prattware) £40-60
148.    Lots 148 to 227 comprise the collection of the late Aubrey Butler: A green mug: The Bullfinch (298) and Yellow Hammer (299) 74mm and another with restored handle (2) (Prattware) £40-60
149.    Four mugs, each 70mm (4) (Prattware) £30-50
150.    Five mugs, pink 80mm (5) (Prattware) £30-50
151.    A good malachite mug, 106mm (Prattware) £40-60
152.    Two mugs and a loving cup 106mm (3) (Prattware) £20-30
153.    A good campana loving cup, 160mm. £60-80
154.    A good green baluster mug and two others both restored (3) (Prattware) £40-60
155.    Three jug, largest 90mm (3) (Prattware) £25-30
156.    Five jugs, smallest with hairline, 66mm, pewter with star crack (5) (Prattware) £25-35
157.    Five graduated jugs, largest spout restored 172mm (4) (Prattware) £30-40
158.    Three graduated jugs, smallest spout restored 126mm, medium cracked (3) (Prattware) £30-40
159.    Three blue ground dog jugs, small and medium with well restored rims, largest 211mm (3) (Prattware) £100-200
160.    Four jugs, vine 252mm (4) (Prattware) £25-35
161.    Three floral and three shell jugs, small floral restored 206mm (6) (Prattware) £25-35
162.    A matching teapot, sucrier and cream jug, spout restored, two other teapots, both spouts restored and a sucrier, cover rebuilt (10) (Prattware) £30-50
163.    A moustache cup and saucer, three cups and four saucers all green, two red cups and three matching saucers, a white cup and saucer and two other saucers (18) (Prattware) £30-40
164.    A moustache cup and saucer and two cups and saucers all red, two blue, two pink and four maroon (18) (Prattware) £30-40
165.    A pair of spill vases, one with well restored rim, 118mm (2). * Ex Crowther collection, lot 420B (Prattware) £30-50
166.    Three spill vases, Travellers Departure (396) hairline crack, 123mm (3) (Prattware) £30-50
167.    Three malachite moon vases, 163mm (3) (Prattware) £50-80
168.    A Princess Christian vase, 169mm (Prattware) £60-100
169.    A Soyer's Relish tricorn vase, 198mm, rim restored (Prattware) £50-80
170.    A Chinese River Scene vase, 140mm, glazed chip to foot (Prattware) £100-140
171.    A tooth brush vase with pierced base, 143mm and three pin trays (4) (Prattware) £30-60
172.    A good chamberstick, pan 102mm diameter (Prattware) £80-120
173.    A chamberstick and a ring stand, both restored (2) (Prattware) £40-80
174.    A good pair of candlesticks, 128mm (2) (Prattware) £80-100
175.    A marbled tobacco jar and cover, 125mm, cover and foot restored and another in green, cover restored (4) (Prattware) £40-80
176.    A green cylindrical jar, 130mm and a red tobacco jar, both covers restored (4) (Prattware) £40-80
177.    Three cylindrical footed tobacco jars and covers, the maroon with unusual domed underside to the lid (6) (Prattware) £50-100
178.    Various door furniture, one large finger plate restored (11) (Prattware) £30-60
179.    A child's tea set comprising teapot, spout restored, 118mm, a sucrier, a jug, a bowl restored and six cups and saucers (18) (Prattware) £60-100
180.    A tricorn cheese dish and cover, 185mm high, a cigarette box and cover and a Kirkhams cylindrical jar and cover (6) (Prattware) £30-40
181.    An impressive wash set comprising bowl, 393mm diameter, hairline crack to foot, jug, chamber pot, sponge dish and drainer and tooth brush box and cover (7) (Prattware) £200-400
182.    A Bacchanalian punch bowl, 334mm diameter (Prattware) £80-100
183.    A massive Bacchanalian punch bowl, 485mm diameter (Prattware) £100-200
184.    A massive Bacchanalian punch bowl raise on a colourful foot modelled with sae creatures, 475mm diameter, slight staining (Prattware) £150-250
185.    An octagonal tray, 255mm wide, an oval dish, a small dish and a muffin dish (4) (Prattware) £20-40
186.    A plaque, 175mm square (Prattware) £20-30
187.    A pair of oval plaques, 254mm wide (2) (Prattware) £25-30
188.    A plaque: The Last In, 210 mm diameter, a square plaque and two teapot stands (4) (Prattware) £25-30
189.    A plaque, 218mm square, two teapot stands a small circular plaque and another repaired (5) (Prattware) £20-30
190.    A rectangular plaque: Bacchanalian scene, framed 330 x 380 overall (Prattware) £60-80
191.    A pair of plaques: Spring (342C) and Summer (342A), both overmounted, framed and glazed, 420 x 370mm overall (2) (Prattware) £200-400
192.    A circular and an oval bread platter, 327mm wide (2) (Prattware) £30-50
193.    A large plate: Christ in the Cornfield (424) 335mm and an oval dish (2) (Prattware) £30-40
194.    A rare Royal Cauldon plate showing the six stages of production of: A Pair of Wrens (279) 382mm. * Accompanied by a statement from a previous owner whose family were the proprietors of Crescent Potteries (extant 1907 to 1957) which included the former company of F. & R. Pratt of Fenton. Said to be one of perhaps no more than three examples, this particular plate was displayed in the company showrooms until removed to the home of the former owner. (Prattware) £50-100
195.     Six various comports, malachite lacking handles (6) (Prattware) £20-40
196.    Five various red nursery plates, 137mm and another pair (7) (Prattware) £30-40
197.    Sixteen various side plates (16) (Prattware) £30-60
198.    Seven various side plates and three dessert plates each with brown harebell borders, another turquoise and six other plates (17) (Prattware) £30-60
199.    Five star bordered dessert plates and ten others (15) (Prattware) £30-60
200.    A side plate and a dessert plate both Bird Subjects (2) (Prattware) £40-80
201.    A pair of Bird Subject dessert plates (2) (Prattware) £60-100
202.    Two pairs of dessert plates, Trentham in porcelain (4) (Prattware) £30-40
203.    A plate: Nine Dogs (264F) blue ground, 243mm (Prattware) £100-200
204.    Nine various dessert plates (9) (Prattware) £30-50
205.    Twelve various dessert plates (12) (Prattware) £30-50
206.    Mending the Nets (70) (Meat Paste Jars) £25-30
207.    Continental Fish Market (71) later issue also Pegwell Bay (67 and 68) both restored (3) (Meat Paste Jars) £20-30
208.    Continental Fish Market (71) wooden top and Mending the Nets (70) restored (2) (Meat Paste Jars) £20-30
209.    The Fleet at Anchor (72) foot and rim restored (Meat Paste Jars) £150-250
210.    Landing of the British Army at the Crimea (73) foot and rim restored (Meat Paste Jars) £150-200
211.    Battle of the Alma (75) (Meat Paste Jars) £200-300
212.    Charge of the Scots Greys (76) tint glaze chip (Meat Paste Jars) £150-200
213.    The Dragoon Charge, Balaklava (77) base restored (Meat Paste Jars) £80-120
214.    The Dragoon Charge, Balaklava (77) foot and rim restored (Meat Paste Jars) £80-100
215.    The Fall of Sebastopol (78). * Ex Owen collection. (Meat Paste Jars) £150-200
216.    Sir Harry Jones (79) glaze flaking to rim (Meat Paste Jars) £100-150
217.    Constantinople (80) and The Chalees Satoon (83) both with restored foot (2) (Meat Paste Jars) £30-40
218.    Meet of the Foxhounds (81) (Meat Paste Jars) £25-30
219.    The Torrent (88) and The Stone Jetty (89) both restored (2) (Meat Paste Jars) £30-40
220.    Passing the Pipe (90) black mottled ground, foot restored (Meat Paste Jars) £40-60
221.    Uncle Tom and Eva (91) both varieties on a pair of jars with black mottled grounds, both restored foot (2) (Meat Paste Jars) £150-200
222.    The Smokers (93) black mottled ground (Meat Paste Jars) £30-50
223.    The Smokers (93) black mottled ground, rim restored (Meat Paste Jars) £30-40
224.    The Deer Stalker and Wild Deer (92 and 92A) with lid and St. Pauls (94) restored (3) (Meat Paste Jars) £30-50
225.    Reception of HRH Prince of Wales (96) rim and foot restored (Meat Paste Jars) £20-30
226.    Great Exhibition 1851 (96B) rim and base restored (Meat Paste Jars) £50-80
227.    A Pair of baluster shaped jars: fruits and foliage (Mortimer 468) (2) (Meat Paste Jars) £15-20
228.    Pegwell Bay jars (67,69,70 and 71) each restored (4) (Meat Paste Jars) £20-40
229.    Battle of the Alma (75) and Charge of the Scots Greys (77) and Fall of Sebastopol (78) both restored (2) (Meat Paste Jars) £40-50
230.    The Dragoon Charge (77) and Fall of Sebastopol (78) both restored (2) (Meat Paste Jars) £40-50
231.    Constantinople (80) Foxhounds (81) Venice (84) and Mending (70) each restored (4) (Meat Paste Jars) £20-40
232.    Deer Stalker (92) Venice (84) Foxhounds (81) Constantinople (80) each restored (4) (Meat Paste Jars) £20-40
233.    St Pauls (94) Constantinople (80) and Venice (84) each restored (4) (Meat Paste Jars) £20-40
234.    Allied Generals (168) the reverse inscribed by G.E. Lambert, overmounted and framed (Original Watercolour Designs by Jesse Austin) £100-150
235.    Fair Sportswoman (250) overmounted and framed. * Ex Warshawsky collection, lot 254 (Original Watercolour Designs by Jesse Austin) £100-150
236.    Dutch Winter Scene (308) overmounted and framed. * Ex Warshawsky collection, lot 254 (Original Watercolour Designs by Jesse Austin) £200-400
237.    I See You My Boy (311) overmounted and framed. * Ex Warshawsky collection, lot 256 (Original Watercolour Designs by Jesse Austin) £200-400
238.    The Rivals (322) overmounted and framed. * Ex Warshawsky collection, lot 260 (Original Watercolour Designs by Jesse Austin) £150-200
239.    The Flute Player (337) overmounted and framed. * Ex Warshawsky collection, lot 260 (Original Watercolour Designs by Jesse Austin) £100-150
240.    The Bully (415) inscribed by G.E. Lambert, overmounted and framed, the reverse affixed with a typed label signed by A. Ball. * Ex Ball collection, lot 755C and Mortimer collection, lot 53A. (Original Watercolour Designs by Jesse Austin) £200-400
241.    Gallant Lady Reading Book, frame. * Although never produced as a pot lid, a typed label affixed to the reverse states that this picture was included within the Pratt Factory Scrap Book. * Ex Warshawsky collection, lot 267 (Original Watercolour Designs by Jesse Austin) £100-150
242.    View Near St Michael's Mount (407) framed (Original Watercolour Designs by Jesse Austin) £100-150
243.    Six Cold Cream lids, two shaving soap, a Burgess's Anchovy and a Holloway's Ointment (10) (Monochrome, Advertising Pot Lids) £30-50
244.    Nine toothpaste lids (9) (Monochrome, Advertising Pot Lids) £30-40
245.    James Atkinson's Bears Grease, 2/6 (Monochrome, Advertising Pot Lids) £30-40
246.    Johnson's Celebrated Ointment, Wrine Hill, with base (2) (Monochrome, Advertising Pot Lids) £60-100
247.    Lots 247 to 295 comprise the Collection of Jo Harrington. Shooting Bears (13) Alas, Poor Bruin (1) Bears at School (9) restored and Bears on Rock (10) restored, each framed (3) (Staffordshire Pot Lids)
248.    Bear Hunting (4) flange cracked and Bear Attacked by Dogs (2) hairline crack, framed (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £50-80
249.    Four Pegwell Bay subjects and Village Wedding, each framed (5) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £20-40
250.    Three large Pegwell Bay subjects, each framed (3) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-40
251.    Belle Vue (30) Fishmarket (57) Margate (40) and Ramsgate (42) each framed (4) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £40-50
252.    Belle Vue Tavern (29) white cliffs, framed (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-50
253.    Sandown Castle (44) framed (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-40
254.    Still Life Game (35) four Pegwell Bay subjects and Village Wedding (6) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £40-80
255.    Lobster Sauce (49) first issue, another and two versions of Pretty Kettl (48) each framed (4) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-50
256.    Injury (50) and Revenge (51) both framed (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-50
257.    Four Shell lids, each framed (4) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-50
258.    Four Personal Adornment lids, each framed (4) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £40-60
259.    Four Personal Adornment lids, each framed (4) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £50-80
260.    Grand Exhibition 1851 (135) and four other Exhibition lids, each framed (5) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £50-80
261.    England's Pride (149) green and three other Royal lids, each framed (4) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £40-60
262.    Three large Royal lids, each framed (3) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £40-60
263.    Two Wellington lids and The Funeral (163) later issue, each framed (3) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £40-50
264.    Napier (167A) and Allied Generals (168) both framed (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-50
265.    Tria Juncta (164) Alma (165) and Balaklava (166) later issue, each framed (3) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £50-80
266.    Five figural lids, each framed (5) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-40
267.    Three building subject lids and three latter issue building lids, each framed, St Pauls hairline crack (6) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-50
268.    Seven various London Building lids, each framed, Alexandra chipped (7) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-50
269.    Napirima (225) flange damaged, Golden Horn (204) and three war lids, each framed (5) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £40-60
270.    Six war subject lids, each framed (6) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £40-60
271.    Volunteers (214) and Old Jack (215) both framed (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £40-60
272.    England's Pride (319) Battle of the Nile (210) and four Oriental subject lids, each framed (6) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £40-60
273.    Six Shakespeare lids, each framed (6) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £40-80
274.    Six figural lids, each framed (6) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £40-80
275.    Parish Beadle (236) Xmas Eve (238) Blind Man's Buff (246) and Dangerous Skating (249) each framed (4) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £60-80
276.    Chief's Return (248) and Our Home (241) both framed (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-40
277.    A False Move (251) The Bull Fight (244) and Master of the Hounds (247) each framed (3) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £50-80
278.    Four later lids, two framed (4) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-50
279.    Five figural lids, each framed (5) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-40
280.    Five Sporting lids, each framed (5) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-40
281.    Five Animal lids, each framed (5) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-40
282.    The Swallow (297) and Deer Drinking (321) both framed (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £25-35
283.    Five small lids, each framed (5) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £40-80
284.    Four small lids, each framed (4) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-60
285.    Five figural lids, each framed (5) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-50
286.    Five figural lids, each framed (5) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-50
287.    Vine Girl (339) and three figural lids, each framed (4) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-50
288.    Youth and Age (366) and three figural lids, each framed (4) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £40-60
289.    Red Bull Inn (359) fancy border and three large lids, each framed (4) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-50
290.    Five lids, each framed (5) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-50
291.    Tyrolese (397) framed Sea Shore (393) and three later trinket boxes, one with base (a lot) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £25-35
292.    Four Bear Subjects and Musical Trio, each defective and framed (5) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £20-40
293.    Ten figural lids, each defective and framed (10) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-60
294.    Eleven figural lids, each defective and framed (11) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-60
295.    Seventeen various pot lid frames (17) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £20-40
296.    Bears on Rocks (10) brown bears, gold banded border and flange complete with similarly decorated base. * Ex Hart collection, lot 207A (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £200-400
297.    Floral (131/6) domed lid, marbled flange, complete with matching tall Gosnell base, flange restored (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £150-250
298.    Floral (131/7) domed lid, marbled flange, complete with matching tall Gosnell base, base cracked (2). * Ex Sockett collection, lot 205 (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £200-300
299.    Queen Victoria and Prince Albert (152) gold banded border and flange, complete with matching base (2). * Ex Mortimer collection, lot 145B (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £80-100
300.    Sebastopol (209) black mottled flange, complete with matching base (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-50
301.    Battle of the Nile (210) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £15-20
302.    The Parish Beadle (236) black lined border, flange drilled (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £40-60
303.    Dangerous Skating (249) six steps, chequered border, with base (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £40-60
304.    Dutch Winter Scene (308) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £20-30
305.    Lady, Boy and Goats (316) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £20-30
306.    Deer Drinking (311) medium, black mottled border and flange complete with matching base (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-50
307.    Peasant Boys (348) flange restored, black marbled border and flange, domed lid complete with tall Gosnell base (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £150-200
308.    The Listener (363) gold lined border (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £20-30
309.    The Listener (363) black mottled border with gold lined rim, complete with matching base (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £100-150
310.    The Listener (363) black marbled border and flange, domed lid complete with ill-fitting matching base (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £100-150
311.    Youth and Age (366) early issue (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £70-90
312.    Milking the Cow (391) green flange, gold lined rim, complete with matching base (2). * Ex Ball and Mortimer collection (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £40-50
313.    The Kingfisher (296) early version, large (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £200-400
314.    Tam o Shanter (347) Souter Johnny (346) War (219) Peace (220) Margate (39) and Four Shrimpers (26) also a paper printed copy of Washington on an old lid, each framed (7) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £40-80
315.    Lots 315 to 363 comprise the Collection of the late Ken Whittingham: A lecturer in industrial ceramics at the North Warwickshire College of Technology and Art, Ken was renowned for the quality of his ceramic restoration work. Shrimping (33) and Injury (50) (2) £30-50
316.    Farmyard Scene (35) and Hauling in the Trawl (53) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-40
317.    Floral (131/16) and a miniature Victoria lid and base (3) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £25-30
318.    International Exhibition 1862 (144) and Crystal Palace (137) minor hairline to flange (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-40
319.    Philadelphia Exhibition (147) and War (212) (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £25-30
320.    The Volunteers (214) restored and Eastern Repast (98) (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-40
321.    Holy Trinity (229) and Anne Hathaway (228) (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £25-30
322.    Chiefs Return (248) and Wolf and the Lamb (361) (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £20-30
323.    Feeding the Chickens (267) wide gold banded border, maroon flange, complete with matching base (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £100-200
324.    The queen God Bless her (313) and Souter Johnny (346) (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-40
325.    Children Sailing Boat (263) Begging Dog (270) and Little Red Riding Hood (318) (3) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-50
326.    The Swallow (267) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £25-35
327.    Eight various reproduction lids with six bases (14) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-40
328.    Five various Bear lids, each well restored (5) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £50-80
329.    Bear Hunting (4) and Bears on Rock (10) both well restored (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-40
330.    Pretty Kettle of Fish (48) first issue, Lobster Fishing (24) and Examining the Nets (54) each well restored (3) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £25-35
331.    Five various Pegwell Bay lids, each well restored (5) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-40
332.    Four various Personal Adornment lids and Floral (131/16) with base, each well restored (6) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-40
333.    Jenny Lind (116) restored (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £150-200
334.    Floral (131/7) domed lid with black marbled border, well restored, complete with a matched tall Gosnell base (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £60-80
335.    Great Exhibition, Opening Ceremony (140) and Closing Ceremony (141) both well restored (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £80-100
336.    New York Exhibition (142) well restored (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £100-200
337.    Three Exhibition lids, each well restored (3) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £80-100
338.    Three Exhibition lids, each well restored (3) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £60-80
339.    Five overseas Exhibition lids, each well restored (5) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £70-100
340.    Four large and one small Historic Building lids, each well restored (5) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £60-90
341.    Five various Historic Building lids, each well restored (5) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £50-80
342.    Seven various Historic Building lids, each well restored (7) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £60-90
343.    Three War lids and Alexandra Palace (200) each well restored, with base (5) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-40
344.    Chin Chew River (218) and Ning Po River (222) both with black mottled borders and well restored (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-50
345.    Napirima (225) well restored and a domed black mottle bordered lid affixed with a paper printed copy of Jenny Lind (116) (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-50
346.    Seven various Shakespeare lids, each well restored (7) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £50-70
347.    Old Jack (215) Village Wakes (232) and Xmas Eve (233) each well restored (3) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-40
348.    Napirima (235) Our Home (241) and Our Pets (242) each well restored (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £40-60
349.    Six various figural lids, each well restored (6) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £40-60
350.    Six various small figural lids, each well restored (6) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £40-60
351.    Five various Animal lids, each well restored (5) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-50
352.    Five various figural and town scene lids, each well restored, with one base (6) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £60-90
353.    Five various figural lids, each well restored (5) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £50-70
354.    Peasant Boys (313) and Listener (363) both with black mottled border and well restored (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £40-50
355.    Deerhound (269) Faithful Shepherd (309) Tyrolese (397) and a trinket box and cover; Street Scene (336A) each well restored (4) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-40
356.    Uncle Tom and Eva (401) and Uncle Tom (402) both framed as a pair (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £80-120
357.    Sebastopol (208) and four other lids, each framed (5) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £40-80
358.    Seven various framed lids, each restored (7) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-50
359.    Seven various framed lids, each restored (7) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-50
360.    Seven various framed lids, each restored (7) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-50
361.    Seven various framed lids, each restored (7) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-50
362.    A collection of approximately 30 turned wood pot lid framed (a lot) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-50
363.    A collection of approximately 40 pot lid bases (a lot) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £20-30
364.    Lots 364 to 492 comprise the collection of the late Aubrey Butler: Alas Poor Bruin (1) and Shooting Bears (13) (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £25-30
365.    Bear Attacked by Dogs (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £150-250
366.    The Bear Pit (6) Bear Lion and Cock (19) and Bear Hunting (4) repaired (3) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £25-35
367.    Bears Reading Newspapers (7) flange restored (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £300-400
368.    Bears at School (9) and The Bear Pit (6) (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-40
369.    Bears at School (9) and The Prowling Bears (5) coloured printed paper image affixed to an old lid (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £25-35
370.    Bears on Rock (10) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-40
371.    The Performing Bear (12) flange chipped (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £300-400
372.    The Ins (15) and The Outs (16) flange restored (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £50-80
373.    Polar Bears (18) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £50-80
374.    Bear, Lion and Cock (19) and Shooting Bears (13) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £25-35
375.    Pegwell Bay Lobster Fishing (24) Established 1760 (25) and Landing the Fare (38) (3) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £25-35
376.    Pegwell Bay with Cart (27). * Ex Cashmore collection, lot 388A (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £300-400
377.    Pegwell Bay with Carriage (28) and Established 1760 (25) (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £25-30
378.    Belle Vue (30) one with and one without bay window (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-40
379.    Farmyard Scene (37) and Shrimping (33) restored (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £25-30
380.    New Jetty and Pier (39) Harbour, Margate (40) and Harbour, Ramsgate (41) (3) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £40-60
381.    Nelson Crescent (43) Royal Harbour (42) and Lobster Fishing (24) flange restored (3) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-40
382.    Sandown Castle (44) and Walmer Castle (45) (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-40
383.    Lobster Sauce (49) Pretty Kettle of Fish (48) and Landing the Fare (38) (3) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-40
384.    Injury (50) restored, Revenge (51) and Walmer Castle (45) (3) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £25-35
385.    Five various Shell lids (5) two small restored (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-50
386.    Four Fishing lids (4) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-40
387.    Foreign River Scene (62) with base (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-40
388.    Sea Nymph with Trident (64) restored Swiss Riverside Scene (65) Shrimpers (63) and Fishbarrow (58) (4) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-40
389.    Foreign River Scene (62) and Dutch River Scene (66) small chip (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £40-50
390.    The Bride (97) and An Eastern Repast (98) (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-50
391.    Eastern Lady (99) and The Mirror (101) (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-50
392.    The Toilette (102) and The Wooer (108) restored (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £25-35
393.    Lady Reading Book (105) and Lady with Hawk (106) (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-50
394.    Lady with Guitar (107) two varieties (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-40
395.    Lady Boy and Mandolin (109) straight sided flange and Lady Fastening Shoe (110) (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-40
396.    Fruit and Statue Piece (113) domed lid, fine hairline crack, complete with shaped blue base (2). * Ex Mortimer collection, lot 247C (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £70-90
397.    The Matador (114) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £300-400
398.    The Garden Terrace (115) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £70-90
399.    Jenny Lind (116) restored (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £80-120
400.    Jenny Lind (116) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £250-300
401.    The Tryst (117) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £70-90
402.     The Lovers (119) Reflection in a Mirror (104) restored and Lady Boy and Mandolin (109) restored (3) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-40
403.    Bunch of Cherries (126) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £40-60
404.    The Beehive (130) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £250-350
405.    Floral (131/5) Piesse & Lubin (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £25-30
406.    Floral (131/6) domed lid, black marbled flange, restored (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £40-50
407.    Floral (131/16) with base and (131/21) (3) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £25-35
408.    Floral (131/17) and (131/23) both with bases (4) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-40
409.    Floral (131/18) and (131/-) both with bases (4) * Ex Mortimer collection, lots 248B and 256B (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-40
410.    Floral (131/21) and (131/17) both with bases (4) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-40
411.    Floral (131/26) with base and (131/5) (3) * The former Ex Mortimer collection, lot 251B (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-40
412.    Exhibition Buildings (134) Grand International Buildings (133) restored and Great Exhibition (135) restored (3) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £25-30
413.    Interior of the Grand International Building (136) and International Exhibition of 1862 (144) (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-40
414.    The Crystal Palace (137) and L'Exposition Universelle (145) (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £40-50
415.    Interior View of the Crystal palace (138) restored and Paris Exhibition (148) (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-40
416.    Crystal Palace, Interior (139) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £50-70
417.    The Great Exhibition, Opening (140) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £50-70
418.    The Great Exhibition, Closing (141) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £150-200
419.    Philadelphia Exhibition (147) both varieties and Dublin Exhibition (143) restored (3) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-40
420.    England's Pride (149) medium, green * Ex Tebbs collection, lot 335 (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £40-60
421.    Queen Victoria on Balcony (150) and with Orb and Sceptre (151) (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £40-60
422.    Queen Victoria and Albert Edward (154) flange restored, England's Pride (149) The Late Prince Consort (153) flange restored and Albert Edward (155) (4) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-40
423.    Wellington with Clasped Hands (160) and Queen Victoria and Prince Consort (152) restored (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-40
424.    Wellington with Clasped Hands (160A) and The Late Duke of Wellington (161B) (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-50
425.    Tria Juncta in Uno (164) medium * Ex Sockett collection, lot 232 (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £60-80
426.    Balaklava, Inkerman, Alma (166) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £80-100
427.    Allied Generals (168) Garibaldi (169) and Admiral Sir Charles Napier (167) restored (3) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-50
428.    Sir Robert Peel (170) and The Blue Boy (174) (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £40-50
429.    Peabody (171) and Dr Johnson (175) (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £25-35
430.    Windsor Castle and St George's Chapel (177) St Paul's (192A) and Eleanor Cross (l (177) Windsor Castle (178) restored and Windsor Park (180) restored (3) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-40
431.    Drayton Manor (179) and Strathfieldsay (187) (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-50
432.    Osborne (182) medium and Strathfieldsaye (188) (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-50
433.    Osborne (182) large and Sandringham (181) (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-40
434.    St Paul's and the River Pageant (185) and Houses of Parliament (184) later issue (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-50
435.    St Paul's Cathedral (192) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-50
436.    Albert Memorial (190) St Paul's and Eleanor Cross (194) (3) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £40-60
437.    Seven London scene lids (7) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £40-60
438.    Five war scene lids (5) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-50
439.    Embarking for the East (206) chain border (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £20-30
440.    Washington Crossing the Delaware (207) purple print, 90mm, repaired (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £200-400
441.    War (212) Peace (213) and Alexandra Palace (200) each with base (6) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-40
442.    Volunteers (214) and Old Jack (215) (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £50-80
443.    Three Chinese scene lids, War (219) and Peace (220) (5) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-60
444.    Napirima (225) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £50-70
445.    Five Shakespeare scene lids and Holy Trinity (229) small hairline crack to flange (6) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £50-80
446.    Shakespeare's Birthplace Exterior (226) Interior (227) and Anne Hathaway (228) each with leaf and scroll border (3) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £80-120
447.    Holy Trinity Church (229) leaf and scroll border (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £200-400
448.    The Village Wakes (232) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £40-60
449.    The Village Wakes (232) shaped lid, restored, complete with green printed Punch base, stained (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £70-90
450.    Xmas Eve (238) and The Village Wakes (232) (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £50-70
451.    Four lids also Holborn (202) restored and The Swing (239) later issue (6) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-40
452.    Pet Rabbits (234) flange restored * Ex Ball collection, lot 683A and Hart collection, lot 320A (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £300-500
453.    The Parish Beadle (236) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £40-50
454.    Out Home (241) and Our Pets (242) restored (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-50
455.    The Bull Fight (244) and Conway Castle (217) both later issues (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £25-30
456.    Six lids (6) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-50
457.    Blind Man's Buff (246) Snap Dragon (253) and Children Sailing (263) (3) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £40-60
458.    A Fix (256) two varieties, Chief's Return (248) and Master of the Hounds (247) all later issues (4) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £25-35
459.    Five sporting scenes (5) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £40-60
460.    Pheasant Shooting (261) green border with matched black base, Feeding the Chickens (267) and Skewbald Horse (277) hairline crack (4) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £25-35
461.    Good Dog (265) and Country Quarters (273) (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-40
462.    Begging Dog (270) Pompey and Caesar (271) and Dangerous Skating (249) (3) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £40-60
463.    Four Dog subjects, Both Alike restored (4) £30-40
464.    The Swallow (297) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-40
465.    Dutch Winter Scene (308) Faithful Shepherd (309) and The Watermill (318) (3) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-40
466.    Prince of Wales Visiting (310) I See You My Boy (311) and French Street Scene (312) (3) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £25-35
467.    Six various lids (6) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-50
468.    French Street Scene (312) The Farriers (324) and Breakfast Party (314) restored (3) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £25-35
469.    The Breakfast Party (314) Deer Drinking (321) and Mothers and Daughters (320) (3) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £25-35
470.    Cattle and Ruins (315) Girl with Grapes (345) and Grace Before Meals (338) restored (3) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-40
471.    The Queen God Bless Her (319) with base and Transplanting Rice (332) both with black mottled decoration and both restored (3) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-50
472.    Six various lids (6) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-40
473.    The First Appeal, three examples (329A, B and C) (3) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £40-60
474.    The First Appeal (329C) tiny glaze chip to rim and The Second Appeal (330B) (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-40
475.    The Vine Girl (339) and The Picnic (354) (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-40
476.    Summer (342A) and Autumn (342B) (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-50
477.    Negro and Pitcher (344) and The Quarry (352) (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-50
478.    Five various lids (5) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £25-35
479.    Peasant Boys (348) black and gilt mottled flange complete with matching base (2) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-50
480.    Souter Johnny (346) Tam o Shanter (347) Little Red Riding Hood (358) and Red Bull Inn (359) (4) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-50
481.    Five various lids (5) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-50
482.    Charity (362) The Listener (363) restored and Royal Coat of Arms (355) repaired (3) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-50
483.    A Rural Scene (428) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-60
484.    Dressing My Lady's Hair (434) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-40
485.    New York Exhibition (142) Youth and Age (366) The Fishmarket (57) all later issues (3) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £25-35
486.    Buckingham Palace (176) Pegwell Bay (24) and Shells (52B) all later issues (3) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £25-35
487.    The Shrine (372) Ruined Tower (377A) both with bases (4) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-50
488.    Medieval Mansion (374) restored, Ruined Tower (377A) both with matching bases (4) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-40
489.    Ruined Abbey Chancel (376) and Watering Cattle (377) restored, both with matching bases (4) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-40
490.    Ruined Tower (377A) and Monastic Ruins (371) both with matching bases (4) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-50
491.    Four rectangular lids and bases (8) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-50
492.    Crystal Palace 1851 and two later trinket boxes, each with a base (6) (Staffordshire Pot Lids) £30-40