Commemoratives, Baxter Prints
Staffordshire Pot Lids and Prattware Auction
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Saturday 3rd June 2017 at 12 noon

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1.      'The Earth' with Baxter frontispiece, 'Flowers From Many Lands' with Kronheim prints, 'The Picture Printer of the Nineteenth Century', a needlebox the cover with a print by Mansell and another with licensee print containing needles (a lot) £30-40
2.      Baxter: three gilt metal mounted pin cushions each with Baxter portraits of Lord Raglan, The Sultan and Omar Pashe and 'Antique Needlework Tools' by Nerylla Taunton illustrating the same on page 146 (4) £30-40
3.      Baxter: a needlebox the cover with St Ruth's Priory (332) and a needle wallet: part of the Dripping Well, Hastings (301) (2) £25-35
4.      Baxter: a needlebox, containing ten small boxes, the cover with Llangollen (311) £30-40
5.      Three Royal Worcester candle snuffers modelled as Mother Superior, restored, a witch and a mandarin, 92mm (3) £50-100
6.      George Stephenson: a named portrait study in pencil on paper, contained in a carved wood frame, circa 1848, 247mm high * Born in 1781, a renowned engineer and credited with being father of the railway he died in 1848 £30-40
7.      John Wesley: a Staffordshire pottery figure depicted standing, named in gilt, circa 1860, 172mm £50-80
8.      Thomas Jefferson: a Wedgwood blue jasperware oval portrait plaque of large size modelled by Eric Owen, incised and dated 1951 on the reverse, 220mm high £60-100
9.      1951 Festival of Britain: a mug by Paragon and a silver five shilling coin, boxed (3) £30-50
10.     A Chamberlain's Worcester cylindrical mug printed with a view of Cirencester Abbey, circa 1810, 85mm, the underside inscribed with name and mark £70-80
11.     An English porcelain mug printed in puce with an inscribed view of Ironbridge, Shropshire and Buildwas Abbey, 103mm circa 1850, a mug for 1862 Exhibition, crack to underside (2) £15-25
12.     Cycling: a porcelain cup and saucer printed in brown and decorated in colours with cycling scenes, circa 1890 (2) £30-40
13.     A Father Matthew nursery plate, another Hotel Brighton and Concourse, a mug for Thos. Beaumont 1813 coming of age and a Free and Ancient Gardener's mug (4) £30-40
14.     1854 General Lafayette in Memoriam: a silk bookmark from the Fire Department £30-40
15.     John Wesley: a black needlework on a pierced matrix depicting his tomb, framed 280 x 260mm £20-30
16.     Reference Books: 'Dated English Delftware' by Lipski and Archer, 'Printed English Pottery', 'Commemorative Pottery', 'Victoria Remembered' and an auction catalogue (5) £40-80
17.     The Daffy Club: a papier-mâché circular box the cover with a colour print entitled 'The Daffy Club, or a Musical Muster of the Fancy', circa 1815, 88mm * Daffy Club members were Regency bucks whose interest in both boxing and gin is well recorded. They met at The Castle Tavern in Holborn, London. From the collection of Sir Michael Codron CBE £80-120
18.     Dr Syntax: an early-19th century Staffordshire pottery figure on named base, 140mm, restored * From the collection of Sir Michael Codron CBE £30-50
18A.    WH Goss: model of Look Out House, Newquay; model of Manx Cottage; a vase of flattened form with transfer print of Bamburgh Castle, 65 other small crested Goss pieces and five commemorative mugs (a lot) £150-250
18B.    Bicycling: a mid-19th century nursery plate printed in black with a hobbyhorse named Mortar entitle 'The Doctors Velocipede', 181mm, small manufacturer's glazed rim chip £50-100
19.     An amusing group of three late-19th century Austrian cold painted bronzes probably by Geschutzt depicting cats shooting, one as the beater carrying game and two with guns, 66mm high (3) £60-120
20.     Robert Burns: an English porcelain mug printed in pink with views of the Burns Monument and Carlton Hill, Edinburgh centred by the inscription R. Bain in gilt, circa 1830, 102mm £20-40
21.     A Coalport circular box the screw-on cover painted with a view of The Iron Bridge for the 1979 bi-centenary, base cracked, 76mm diameter (2) £10-20
22.     Liverpool and Manchester Railway: coloured views dating from 1831, deluxe edition by Zachusdorf bound in red Lavana calf, 1977, 345 x 280mm, with slip £20-40
23.     An original hand coloured engraving by Cruikshank entitled 'An election Ball' depicting a gathering at the assembly rooms, published by G. Humphrey, July 31st 1819, 210 x 265mm, framed * See BM Satires 13432 £30-60
24.     An original hand coloured engraving by H. Bunbury entitled 'Anglers of 1611', 198 x 257mm, two by Rowlandson entitled 'The Fair Bather' and 'A College Scene', another by William Heath 'Mr Primate the Churchwarden' published by MacLean June 12th 1829, a frontispiece and a large photograph signed Herman 1932 (6) £30-60
25.     Original hand coloured engravings by William Heath entitled 'Farmer Giles's Establishment Christmas 1829', 235 x 345mm and by Rowlandson 'The Irish Footman', stained (2) * See BM Satires 16006 and Royal Collection Trust RCIN 810682 £30-60
26.     Hand coloured engravings by Woodward entitled 'Sailors at a Methodist Sermon' published by Walker July1807, 247 x 340mm and Thos. Tegg 'The Parson at his Studies' (2) * See BM Satires 10902 and 12651 £30-60
27.     A good original hand coloured engraving by William Heath entitled 'The Devils Doings or the Cruel Radical Harpies Destroying the Feast', published by McLean, 275 x 380mm * A dispute regarding contributions to the cost of vestry dinners in the parish of St Pauls, Covent Garden in April 1828 was the inspiration for this satire. See BM Satires 15529 £50-100
28.     1806 Parliament: a splendid original hand coloured engraving by Gillray entitled 'Le Diable Boiteux' depicting a winged Fox supported by Sidmouth and Grenville carrying John Bull towards Carlton House, annotated and published Feb 8th 1806, 380 x 265mm, framed to show complete sheet * Following the death of Pitt the Younger the King invited Grenville to form a Government to which Fox was appointed as Foreign Secretary and Sidmouth as Lord Privy Seal. See BM Satires 10525 £200-400
29.     1807 Catholic Emancipation: a good original hand coloured engraving by Gillray entitled 'A Kick Up the Broadbottoms' depicting a partly obscured George III attacking Grenville and his fellow Ministers, published March 23rd 1807 by H. Humphrey, 300 x 440mm * The Roman Catholic Army and Navy bill of 1807 was a measure to enable Catholics to hold commissions in the Services. Proving unacceptable to George III, Grenville dropped the bill, however upon the King's subsequent insistence that the matter never again be raised Grenville and his administration resigned. See BM Satires 10709 £150-300
30.     1829 Roman Catholic Relief Act: a good original hand coloured engraving by Henry Heath depicting a motley collection queuing to sign a petition, published by Tegear, 262 x 365mm * Numerous petitions both for and against Catholic emancipation were submitted to both Houses of Parliament, some being supported by those as young as ten years old. See BM Satires 15661 £100-140
31.     1831 Reform: an original hand coloured lithograph by John Doyle entitled 'The Tricolour Witches' depicting Brougham, Grey and Russell at a cauldron watched over by William IV, published June 6th 1831 by McLean, 297 x 443mm * A satire upon Tory attitude to Reform. See BM Satires 16709 £30-60
32.     1835 Irish Question: three original hand coloured lithographs by John Doyle entitled 'High Bred Low Bred' depicting Burdett and O'Connell, published by MacLean December 11th 1835, 300 x 450mm, 'Little Red Riding Hood' depicting Russell and 'The Rivals', depicting Lord Morpeth and the comedian John Liston (3) * See BM numbers 1868,0808.11736; 1857.1222.103 and 1856,0510.559 £50-100
33.     Gladstone: a large pottery portrait plaque by Burgess & Leigh printed in blue, 398mm high £30-60
34.     A pottery jug printed in purple with a scene entitled 'Dissolution of Parliament', 145mm and another 'Reform', both cracked (2) £20-25
35.     Peel and Cobden: a white porcelain jug moulded with named half-length portraits, circa 1855, 168mm £25-35
36.     A moulded white glass bowl on foot for 1878 Congress of Berlin and a pottery mug and plate for Gladstone (3) £25-30
37.     An octagonal nursery plate printed in black and decorated in colours with a shipping scene entitled 'Corn Laws' and a framed embossed card to the memory of George Canning, 386 x 310mm (2) £30-50
38.     Pitt the Elder: a good Worcester porcelain shaped mug of small size printed en grisaille with a half-length portrait flanked by Britannia and Fame, circa 1760, 85mm £500-800
39.     Earl Grey: a pink lustre decorated cylindrical pearlware mug printed in black with an inscribed portrait and painted with an inscription, 79mm, date defaced, circa 1832 £100-120
40.     Lord John Russell: a nursery plate with moulded border printed in black with a named portrait banded in crimson, circa 1835, 165mm £80-100
41.     Sir Francis Burdett: a Bilston enamel oval box the hinged cover inscribed 'Long live Sir F. Burnett', circa 1810, 45mm wide * Entering Parliament in 1796, he inherited the Baronetcy in 1797, and was imprisoned for sedition in the Tower in 1810 £150-180
42.     1832 Reform: a lobed pottery jug by Goodwin & Harris printed in purple with scenes including the 'Dissolution of Parliament', 183mm £100-150
43.     Admiral Lord Rodney: a Prattware maskhead mug inscribed around the rim and decorated in green, brown and blue, circa 1785, 106mm, small chips * See Prattware by Lewis, page 136 £150-180
44.     1805 Nelson in Memoriam: a white stoneware jug modelled with allegorical scenes, 180mm £150-180
45.     Admiral Napier: a small Staffordshire pottery figure depicted standing, circa 1860, 160mm £25-35
46.     World War I: a Moorcroft for Liberty tapering pottery mug inscribed for the 1919 peace, 95mm and a pottery beaker by Booths well decorated with Britannia, lion and warships (2) £30-40
47.     1805 Nelson in Memoriam: a unusual pearlware side plate print in blue with allegorical panels including figures grieving at named and dated tombs, 177mm £100-200
48.     A continental porcelain pierced bordered plate printed with a scene entitled 'Kings Royal Rifles Storming The Heights, Battle of Glencoe', pottery plates depicting the Sidar and George White, a Samson Nelson armorial plate, rubbed and a Belgian pottery plate 'Battaille d'Iena 14 October 1806' (5) £30-50
49.     Nelson: a Delft pottery character jug, 123mm £30-50
50.     A blue pottery teapot moulded with white named portraits of Kitchener and White, two mugs, two beakers and a bowl (7) £25-35
51.     A small pair of French porcelain portrait busts of Nelson and Walter Scott, 89mm and a small pair of dishes printed with portraits of Napoleon and Josephine (4) £20-40
52.     A blue printed saucer depicting the Waterloo battlefield and the cottage at Hougoumont, hairline crack and a black printed jug depicting Napoleon, spout restored, 124mm (2) £30-40
53.     1797 Napoleon in Rome: an amusing original hand coloured engraving by Cruikshank entitled 'Buonaparte at Rome Giving Audience in State' depicted enthroned receiving the Pope and Cardinals, published by SW Fores March 12th 1797, 296 x 398mm, on board * BM Satires 8997 £60-100
54.     1813 Napoleon's Coronation: a good original hand coloured engraving by William Elmes entitled 'The Oath of Allegiance to the Infant King of Rome' depicted enthroned with Marie Louise awaiting their coronation by the Pope, published by Thos. Tegg January 12th 1813, 270 x 437mm * See BM Satires 11998 £100-150
55.     1813 Napoleon: a good original hand coloured engraving by William Elmes entitled 'Buonaparte Addressing the Legislative Body' depicted downcast standing before the assembled members, published by Thos. Tegg February 24th 1813, 420 x 265mm * See BM Satires 12014 £100-150
56.     1797 Nelson: a colourful Prattware jug of small size moulded with named full-length portraits of Nelson and Britannia also Nelson holding a sword in his right hand and Fame, circa 1797, 116mm * At the Battle of St Vincent the British under Jervis triumphed over the Spanish, shortly after, at the Battle of Santa Cruz, Nelson lost his arm and returned to England. £140-180
57.     Nelson: a colourful Prattware jug moulded with full-length portraits flanked by warships, circa 1800, 176mm * See Prattware 1780-1840, page 150 £150-200
58.     1803 Volunteers: a colourful Prattware jug moulded with figures with rifles, 155mm, hairline crack * Originally raised in 1794 the force was disbanded in 1802 following the Peace of Amiens. By act of Parliament in 1803 the Crown was again able to call up able bodied men. See Prattware 1780-1840, page 163 £100-120
59.     Gholab Singh: a well coloured Staffordshire pottery figure depicted on horse back, circa 1846, 224mm * See Staffordshire Portrait Figure, military section, plate 27, figure 68. From the collection of Sir Michael Codron CBE £70-100
60.     Generals of the Crimea War: four Staffordahire pottery portrait figures depicting Brown, Williams, Pelissier and Havelock each on horseback, circa 1855, approximately 225mm, Brown restored (4) * From the collection of Sir Michael Codron CBE £80-120
61.     1837/38 Victoria: a small Swansea pottery mug printed in purple, 71mm, small restored chips £100-140
62.     1837/38 Victoria: an attractive plate with colourful moulded border and purple printed portrait, the reverse named Victoria, 205mm * See Victoria Remembered, plate 38 £120-160
63.     A buff pottery spirit flask moulded with named profiles of Victoria and Albert, circa 1840, 172mm, a jug for 1840, repaired and a purple printed mug for 1831, stained (3) £70-100
64.     A porcelaineous cup and saucer for 1817 Charlotte in memoriam, a plate for Albert, circa 1816, restored, an octagonal plate for Victoria 1886, two cups and three saucers (9) £60-80
65.     1888 Coronation Jubilee: an unusual porcelain beaker possibly by William Lowe, the pale turquoise ground printed in sepia, decorated in colours and inscribed in gilt £50-100
66.     Prince Edward and Princess of Wales: an unusual pair of continental porcelain vases each modelled with named colourful portrait busts, 141mm, circa 1888 and a continental mug for the 1893 opening of Newmarket Stablemen's Institute by the Prince, small rim chips (3) £40-60
67.     1893 Wedding: a tapering mug by Doulton for Whiteley printed in brown and decorated in yellow and blue and another probably by William Lowe (2) £30-40
68.     1897 Jubilee: a Doulton Burslem beaker printed in brown, another similar, stained, another with colour portrait, an enamelled metal beaker and a colourful pottery beaker (5) £50-100
69.     1897 Jubilee: a sporting pursuits pottery mug for Harrods, a colourful mug and a tapering yellow ground mug for 1887 (3) £30-60
70.     1897 Jubilee: a brown stoneware mug by Copeland, a mug printed in blue and a William Lowe mug (3) £30-60
71.     1897 Jubilee: a trio by Aynsley for Whiteley, a Doulton Burslem cup and saucer, tiny chip, another cup and saucer, a jug and a bowl (9) £30-50
72.     1897 Jubilee: three continental porcelain cups and saucers, a similar side plate and a flask shaped vase (8) £40-50
73.     1897 Jubilee: a large pottery bowl printed in colours with castles and portraits, 260mm diameter, a rectangular tray by William Lowe and a fluted dish (3) £40-60
74.     1897 Jubilee: a Coalport plate and two others (3) £30-60
75.     Coalport blue printed plates for 1902 and 1911 and a pair of Doulton colour portrait plates for 1902 (4) £30-40
76.     A pair of continental porcelain mugs with lithophane bases depicting Edward VII and Alexandra with a small crown for 1902 and another with George V for 1911 (3) £30-40
77.     Fourteen various royal related pieces by W H Goss (14) £40-60
78.     A MacIntyre globular vase and cover for 1902, tiny chip to foot, a similar match holder, another for 1897, hairline crack and a vase and cover (6) £25-35
79.     A small Doulton Burslem vase for 1901 in memoriam, a small pair of Royal Doulton portrait plaques for 1902, a beaker and cup and saucer, chipped and a small dish for 1911 (7) £30-40
80.     1911 Coronation: a small pale blue ground curved sided beaker by Royal Doulton £30-50
81.     A stylish Royal Doulton smoker's set for Edward VIII, a bowl for the 1936 abdication, an enamelled metal mug, a trio for 1902 and two Allervale beakers for 1902, restored chips (9) £30-40
82.     A Paragon bowl for 1930 birth, a cup and saucer for 1926 birth, hairline crack and two printed cotton squares for each event contained in a frame (4) £25-35
83.     1937 Coronation: a good Crown Devon musical jug to play 'Here's a Health', 175mm £80-100
84.     Queen Charlotte: an oval Bilston enamel box with blue base, the hinged lid printed en grisaille with a head and shoulders profile, circa 1790, 48mm long page2 * A not-dissimilar named contemporary print of the same subject, but reversed, may be seen at the Nation Trust's Felbrigg in Norfolk £120-180
85.     1953 Coronation: a hallmarked silver miniature sword in presentation case, 215mm long £30-60
86.     1820 George IV: an amusing original hand coloured engraving entitled 'The Unexpected Visit or More Free Than Welcome' depicting Caroline and Alderman Wood bursting in on George, dressed in Chinese costume, Sidmouth and Castlereagh, published by SW Fores June 17th 1820, 270 x 378mm * A satire upon George IV's hopes of divorcing Caroline and depriving her of the Crown. See BM Satires 13733 £60-120
87.     An attractive pearlware nursery plate the moulded border with colourful decoration, printed in black and enamelled in colours with a hobbyhorse scene entitled 'A Visit to Carlton House', circa 1820, 195mm * The hobbyhorse depicted was popular between 1818 and 1820. Carlton House was the residence of the Prince of Wales. £250-350
88.     George III: a good and attractive Flight & Barr porcelain jug painted en grisaille with an oval portrait looking to sinister, probably by John Pennington, within an elaborate gilt cartouche, the rim banded in colourful roses and thistles, the underside marked in gilt script with a crown, circa 1807, 168mm *Godden records the use of the painted Flight & Barr mark between 1792 and 1807 £600-1200
89.     William III: a pink lustre banded jug printed in black and decorated in colours with an inscribed equestrian portrait flanked by vignette loyal to the Orangemen, one with GR cipher and crown, circa 1820, 148mm £80-120
90.     A Westerwald grey stoneware ewer of large size moulded with the royal coat of arms flanked by stylised flowers and foliage in underglaze blue, circa 1730, 305mm £120-160
91.     George III: a colourful English porcelain jardinière with black silhouette profile inscribed 'A Token from Margate', circa 1810, 132mm, star crack £100-150
92.     George III: a pearlware jug printed in black and decorated in colours with a crowned monogram inscribed 'God Save the King', circa 1793, 175mm, chipped * Given the shape of this jug and the nature of the inscription it probably dates from 1793 and the King's recovery from ill health. £80-120
93.     Claremont: a pearlware plate printed in blue with a view of the mansion, the reverse inscribed 'British Views', circa 1816 £20-40
94.     1820 George III in memoriam: a hardwood box and cover carved with an inscribed profile and on the reverse scene of a tomb inscribed with dates, 78mm £20-40
95.     1820: Queen Caroline: a glass picture depicting the landing at Dover, reframed, 337 x 436mm overall £100-150
96.     1831 William IV: a circular papier-mâché box the lid with named colour portrait, 92mm £80-100
97.     1831 William IV: a circular papier-mâché box the lid with a portrait, 97mm £40-60
98.     A Doulton Lambeth brown stoneware mug for 1897, three mugs for 1911 and another 1937, restored (5) £20-30
99.     Queen Caroline: a colourful nursery plate with pink lustre decoration and moulded with a named profile, circa 1820, 170mm £100-150
100.    Queen Caroline: a colourful nursery plate with pink lustre decoration and moulded with a named profile, circa 1820, 170mm £100-150
101.    Queen Caroline: a colourful pearlware furniture rest modelled as a likeness of Caroline, circa 1820, 103mm * See Ceramic Furniture Rests by Peter Garland where the author describes this model as probably being Caroline. £30-60
102.    Queen Caroline: a pair of colourful pearlware furniture rest modelled as likenesses of Caroline, circa 1820, 134mm * See Ceramic Furniture Rests by Peter Garland where the author describes this model as probably being Caroline. £30-60
103.    Queen Caroline: a colourful Staffordshire pottery head on square base modelled as a likeness probably meant to be Caroline, circa 1820, 125mm £80-120
104.    Queen Caroline: a brown pottery jug with treacle glaze decoration moulded with vignettes of monkeys merrymaking centred by an inscribed half-length portrait, circa 1820, 192mm, hairline crack, £40-80
105.    George IV: a buff pottery jug moulded with half-length crowned profiles initialled GR flanked by flowers of the Union decorated in coloured enamels and pink lustre, circa 1821, 208mm £100-150
106.    George IV: an unusual plaque the pale blue bisque body applied in white with a named likeness, circa 1832, 165 x 160mm, framed £100-200
107.    1820 George III in Memoriam: a glass picture depicting figures grieving at a tomb, in original gilt metal covered wood frame, 300 x 401mm overall £150-180
108.    1820 George III in Memoriam: a glass picture depicting the funeral service, in original wood frame, 300 x 398mm overall £150-180
109.    1820 Queen Caroline: a rare small glass picture depicting the Queen in a horse drawn carriage and inscribed for her triumph in the Bill of Pains and Penalties, in original gilt metal covered wood frame, 225 x 275 mm overall £200-250
110.    1821 Coronation: a rare glass picture depicting The King's Challenger riding into Westminster Hall, in original wood frame, 302 x 403mm overall £200-250
111.    1821 Coronation: a rare glass picture depicting the ceremony, framed, 315 x 415mm overall £100-150
112.    1821 George IV in Memoriam: a glass picture depicting figures grieving at a tomb, in original wood frame, 298 x 400mm overall £120-160
113.    1820 George and Caroline: an original hand coloured engraving by William Heath entitled 'King State the Cuckhold', 230 x 330mm, framed * A satire upon a Berkshire magistrate's speech regarding the Bill of Pains and Penalties. See BM satires 1935.0522.12.132 £120-180
114.    1821 Queen Caroline: an original hand coloured engraving published by G. Humphrey entitled 'Castles in the Air, Glorious Prospects', depicting the Queen and her supporters dreaming, 387 x 280mm, framed £120-160
115.    Queen Caroline: a profile in brown medium on linen, maple frame, 590 x 508mm and another printed in colours in a good rosewood frame, 532 x 438mm overall (2) £40-80
116.    Queen Caroline: an engraving in a maple frame 823 x 705mm, a coloured engraving entitled 'The Nuptials' and a coloured engraving depicting the arrival at Branderburgh House by river, framed (3) £40-60
117.    George I: an English (probably Bristol) Delft plate painted in blue, green and orange with a half-length portrait initialled GR within a circular and wavy lined border, circa 1714, 221mm, cracked * For a not dis-similar portrait composition depicted in matching costume, initialled GR and attributed to Bristol, see the Lipski collection of Delftware, part III, sold by Sothebys on 1st March 1983, lot 401. See also Jubilation 1977, exhibit number 6 £1000-1500
118.    King of Prussia: a rare and attractive Staffordshire salt glazed teapot and cover with moulded Crabstock handle, spout and knop, the cream globular body painted in brightly coloured enamels with a head and shoulders profile looking to dexter entitled 'Fred Prussia Rex' and on the reverse the crowned Prussian eagle indistinctly inscribed, circa 1760, 115mm, spout, rim and lid with minor restoration £800-1200
119.    George III: a pearlware nursery plate with moulded border printed in blue with inscribed Bible presentation scene, circa 1811, 131mm * See Commemorative Pottery, plate 50 £120-160
120.    George IV: a colourful nursery plate moulded with named profile within a border of coronation trophies, circa 1821, 187mm, stained £80-120
121.    1821 George IV: a creamware plate by Hartley Green & Co printed in black, impressed mark, 191mm * See Commemorative Pottery, plate 65 £100-150
122.    1821 George IV: a copper lustre banded cylindrical pearlware mug printed in black with a most unusual named portrait depicted in coronation robes and crown, 82mm, restored £80-120
123.    George III: a pearlware plate by Davenport printed all over in blue with central profile and agricultural implements, impressed mark, circa 1805 £70-100
124.    1809 George III Jubilee: a Wedgwood cup and saucer of larger size well decorated in colours and gilt, impressed mark, saucer restored (2) * Exhibited at Jubilation 1977, number 36 £70-100
125.    A 19th century Samson plate decorated with GR monogram and inscription in famille rose palette £40-60
126.    1816 Wedding: a good lobed pearlware jug with named portraits, well decorated in colours and pink lustre, 143mm £100-150
127.    William and Adelaide: a rare pottery jug with maskhead spout printed in purple with portraits centred by one of Brougham, the Queen unusually depicted in feather head dress, circa 1832, 138mm £80-120
128.    1897 Jubilee: a Doulton Lambeth blue glazed stoneware mug, 99mm £10-20
129.    George III: a white pottery portrait bust on integral shaped base depicted with sash and Garter Star, circa 1800, 298mm, restoration to join of bust and base £"1-000"
130.    1897 Jubilee: a Doulton Burslem pottery beaker printed in dark blue with young and old portraits and completion of sixtieth year statement £50-80
131.    Edward VII and Alexandra: a Moorcroft jug the brown globular body applied with a likeness, circa 1902, 140mm £25-35
132.    A Royal Doulton porcelain green ground mug with colour portrait of Edward VIII and a rare Royal Doulton porcelain curved sided beaker for 1922 Princess Mary wedding, restored (2) £50-100
133.    1937 Princesses: a pair of Royal Doulton porcelain mugs each with a sepia portrait after Marcus Adams, each named and dated on the reverse (2) £80-120
134.    1953 Coronation: a pair of Minton small dishes in cobalt blue and crimson with gilt decoration (2) £80-100
135.    1820 Caroline: a pearlware jug moulded with inscribed portrait ovals decorated in colours and pink lustre, 165mm spout restored £60-80
136.    1837/38 Victoria: a pearlware jug the lobed body printed in blue with a previously unrecorded print of the seated Queen beside an urn, a window in the background, the underside inscribed Victoria surmounted by a crown, 178mm £200-300
137.    1837/38 Victoria: a pearlware jug printed in purple with named portraits, 145mm, star crack £70-90
138.    1837/38 Victoria: a pearlware twin handled cup on spreading foot printed in blue with named portraits, 152mm, restored £40-80
139.    1840 Wedding: a cream pottery mug the waisted body moulded with full length portraits in white decorated in silver lustre, 104mm and a pottery jug moulded with figures entitled 'Royal Children' (2) £70-90
140.    Victoria and Albert: a lobed pottery jug printed in grey for their 1840 wedding and another with rare named aged portraits, circa 1861, 162mm (2) £70-100
141.    1841 Christening: a cylindrical pottery mug printed in blue, 100mm, restored £30-50
142.    Victoria: an unusual continental porcelain mug with head in profile on a claret gilt bordered oval and colourful floral chain, circa 1860, 115mm £70-90
143.    Victoria's Jubilees: five various pottery plates (5) £80-120
144.    Victoria's Jubilees: four various mugs and a beaker (5) £70-100
145.    Victoria: a fine quality porcelain teapot and cover by Copeland moulded with inscribed portraits and having a crown finial, 140mm, hairline crack to underside and pottery jug for the longest reign (3) £30-60
146.    A small William Lowe porcelain beaker for Queen Alexandra 1902, a Paragon mug for 1935 and a BPMF mug for 1937 coronation the underside overstamped with presentation in English and Afrikaans (3) £25-30
147.    1902 Coronation: three continental porcelain plates, a MacIntyre ewer, a jug, a mug, a beaker and a jug for 1908 visit to Stockport (8) £30-50
148.    1911 Coronation: a plate by Shelley, a blue printed plate, a Copeland Spode pottery bottle with crown stopper, two mugs and a beaker (7) £30-40
149.    A Paragon plate for 1935 jubilee, a Coalport plate for 1937 coronation, a Paragon trio for 1938 Empire Exhibition opening and a 1927 Whitehaven visit mug, hairline crack (6) £30-40
150.    William III: an early-19th century gilded profile looking to dexter within a similar oval, framed and glazed, 148mm high, glass cracked £40-80
151.    A framed print depicting HRH William Duke of Gloucester and a printed and embossed memorial card for Queen Adelaide 1849, both framed (2) £30-40
152.    Louis XVIII: a burrwood circular box the cover inset with a glazed gilt medallion after Gayrard, circa 1810, 70mm (2) £40-80
153.    Queen Caroline: an attractive pearlware nursery plate moulded with a named colourful profile within a border of flowers and crowns, circa 1821, 162mm £120-180
154.    George IV: an embossed and colourfully printed ticket to the coronation inscribed in ink 'Marquis of Landsdown', the accompanying pass ticket, both framed together, 532 x 426mm, a framed pass ticket for the procession and a hand coloured engraving, framed (3) £40-80
155.    1831 William IV: a hollow cast bronze named portrait bust, 141mm £25-35
156.    1837 Duke and Duchess of Kent: two black printed penny sheets, each framed, 446 x 320mm (2) £20-40
157.    1838 Coronation: a Dillwyn Pottery plate with moulded border printed in purple with an inscribed portrait, 157mm, impressed mark, restored £100-150
158.    1837/38 Victoria: a nursery plate with florette moulded border printed in blue with an initialled portrait, 182mm £100-150
159.    Victoria: a printed pass on red paper for the coronation for the Earl of Munster, together with a printed paper for the celebration in 1835 at Vauxhall Gardens marking the birth of William IV, framed together 558 x 458mm and a card embossed profile, framed (2) £30-60
160.    1841 Bishop of Hellopolis: a colourful octagonal nursery plate with pink lustre border, 152mm £30-50
161.    1841 and 1842 Christenings: two gilt printed cards, each framed, 292 x 330mm (2) £20-40
162.    Prince Albert: a good parian bust by W.H. Kerr after E.J. Jones on socle base printed and impressed marks, 355mm £150-200
163.    A woven silk bookmark for 1861 Albert in Memoriam, another for 1897 Jubilee, a brooch for 1887 and an oval plaque for the Empire depicting Boer War commanders (4) £30-40
164.    A moulded glass plate for 1837/38 Victoria, a pink ground plate for 1893 wedding, a saucer, a mug for 1897, another for Prince Edward of Wales, a plastic folding beaker for 1937 Edward VIII and a handkerchief for 1929 Opening of N.E Coast Exhibition (7) £20-40
165.    A stylish Brunsome China plate for 1981 wedding, a Guyatt mug for 1969 investiture, a J&J May mug for 8.8.88 Beatrice and a folder of ephemera relating to the early years of the Queen's reign (a lot) £20-40
166.    Alas! Poor Bruin (1) and The Bear Pit (6) (2) £30-50
167.    Hauling in the Trawl (53) Landing the Catch (55) the Fishbarrow (58) and The Shrimpers (63) (4) £30-50
168.    Lady Reading Book (105) and An Eastern Repast (98), restored (2) £20-30
169.    The Late Duke of Wellington (161B) The Late Prince Consort (153) and Dr. Johnson (175) (3) £30-50
170.    Allied Generals (168) £25-35
171.    The Blue Boy (174) £25-30
172.    Strathfieldsaye (188) and Sandringham (181) minor chips (2) £25-35
173.    Chapel Royal (198) and Interior (199) (2) £30-40
174.    Alexandra Palace (200) with base, War (212) and Peace (213) (4) £40-50
175.    Trafalgar Square (201) Shakespeare's Birthplace, Exterior (226) and Interior (227) (3) £40-50
176.    The Thirsty Soldier (205) Peace (220) and Village Wedding (240) (3) £30-40
177.    Hamlet and His Father's Ghost (231) and A Pair (252) (2) £30-40
178.    The Village Wakes (232) £30-50
179.    The Enthusiast (245) and The Best Card (254) £25-35
180.    A Race or Derby Day (257), The Sportsman (259) The Game Bag (260) (3) £30-40
181.    Good Dog (265), small restored chip to underside of rim and Contrast (266) (2) £40-60
182.    Deerhound Guarding Cradle (269) £25-35
183.    High Life (274) and Low Life (276) (2) £30-40
184.    England's Pride (319) large and HRH Price of Wales Visiting the Tomb of Washington (310) (2) £30-50
185.    The Shepherd Boy (326) The Times (327) and The First Appeal (329C) (3) £30-40
186.    Strasburg (331) black marbled border with matching base (2) £20-30
187.    Transplanting Rice (332) Persuasion (353) The Cavalier (356) and The Wolf and the Lamb (361) (4) £40-60
188.    The Maidservant (343) with tall base (2) £25-35
189.    The Picnic (254) £25-30
190.    Charity (362) large, green flange complete with matching base (2) £40-60
191.    A Seashore Study (393) with base (2) £20-25
192.    Tria Juncta in Uno (164), possibly without flange, Shells (52B) Pegwell Bay 1760 (25) Albert Memorial (191) and Rifle Contest (224) each framed (5) £80-100
193.    Battle of the Nile (210) Skewbald Horse (277) Garibaldi (169) The Rivals (322) and On Guard (340) each framed (5) £60-90
194.    Eight lids, each defective, two being framed (8) £20-40
195.    Eight various pot lid frames, 16 bases, a Prattware Jug and a large mug (a lot) £20-30
196.    The Swallow (297) the reverse with registration mark, 92mm £140-180
197.    Performing Bear (12) 73mm, two restored rim chips £400-800
198.    All But Trapped (20) 87mm, one small restored rim chip £800-1600
199.    Great Exhibition, Closing Ceremony (141) 127mm, flange restored £200-400
200.    The Two Bears (458) hairline crack to rim
* Ex Mortimer collection, lot 68B £1500-2000
201.    Two Gosnell Cherry Toothpaste and seven other toothpaste lids (9) £60-80
202.    Three Choristers with base, Holloway's Ointment, Burgess' Anchovy Paste and Genuine Russian Bear's Grease, restored (5) £60-80
203.    A Boots Hygienic Inhaler with lid, a Robert Douglas Egg Julep lid with tall base, four cold cream lids and three blank lids (11) £50-70
204.    A cylindrical tobacco jar and cover: The Traveller's Departure (396) and The Torrent (411) brick red ground, 124mm £80-120
205.    A cylindrical tobacco jar and cover: The Stone Jetty (395) and The Traveller's Departure (396) brick red ground, 123mm £80-120
206.    A cylindrical tobacco jar: The Stone Jetty (395) and The Traveller's Departure (396) brick red ground, hairline crack £15-25
207.    A good baluster shaped mug: Children Sailing Boat in Tub (263) and Dutch Winter Scene (308) aubergine ground, gold line decoration £40-80
208.    A good baluster shaped mug: Blind Man's Buff (246) and Snap Dragon (253) pink ground, gold line decoration £40-80
209.    A good baluster shaped mug: Blind man's Buff (246) and The Snap Dragon (253) brick red ground, gold line decoration £40-80
210.    The original watercolour design by Jesse Austin for: French Street Scene (312) overmounted and framed * Ex Smith collection, lot 335B £150-180
211.    The original watercolour design by Jesse Austin for: Driving Cattle (387) overmounted and framed * Ex Ball collection, lot 753C £150-250
212.    The original watercolour design by Jesse Austin for: Cows in Stream Near Ruins (388) overmounted and framed * Ex Crowther collection, lot 369B £150-250
213.    The original watercolour design by Jesse Austin for: Halt Near Ruins (390) overmounted and framed * Ex Crowther collection, lot 370A £150-180
214.    Alas! Poor Bruin (1) 82mm £20-30
215.    Bear Attacked by Dogs (2) 86mm * Ex Beckford, number 2732 £150-250
216.    Bear Hunting (4) 76mm £70-90
217.    The Bear Pit (6) extra small, 66mm £100-200
218.    The Bear Pit (6) 73mm £25-30
219.    The Bear Pit (6) 77mm, stained and Alas! Poor Bruin (1) 75mm (2) £30-50
220.    The Bear Pit (6) 73mm £30-40
221.    The Bear Pit (6) wavy line border, 87mm £70-90
222.    Bears Reading Newspapers (7) 70mm £800-1200
223.    Bears at School (9) 80mm and Shooting Bears (13) 79mm (2) £30-50
224.    Bears on Rock (10) 76mm £60-90
225.    Bears on Rock (10) 87mm £70-100
226.    Bears with Valentines (11) 70mm * Ex Cartwright collection, lot 11 £800-1200
227.    The Performing Bear (12) 71mm, small rim chip * Ex Mortimer collection, lot 63A £800-1400
228.    Bear in a Ravine (14) 75mm, minor glaze defect £800-1400
229.    The Ins (15) 72mm * A label affixed to the reverse states: Ex Cohen collection, 12.5.70, lot 48 £100-150
230.    The Outs (16) fancy border, 82mm £100-150
231.    Arctic Expedition In Search for Sir John Franklin (17) 73mm * Labels affixed to the reverse state: Lambert 1953 and P&S 12.2.69 £300-600
232.    Polar Bears (18) 75mm * Ex Mortimer collection, lot 66B £250-350
233.    Polar Bears (18) 76mm * Ex Beckford, number 2733 £200-300
234.    Bear, Lion and Cock (19) 75mm £20-30
235.    All But Trapped (20) 72mm £1500-2500
236.    Pegwell Bay (23) 90mm £500-800
237.    Pegwell Bay, Lobster Fishing (24) 120mm, framed £25-35
238.    Pegwell Bay, Four Shrimpers (26) 100mm * Ex Beckford, number 2787 £25-30
239.    Pegwell Bay, Four Shrimpers (26) flat lid, 109mm £20-30
240.    Belle Vue Tavern, with Cart (27) 125mm £300-500
241.    Belle Vue Tavern, with Carriage (28) 115mm * Ex Beckford, number 2850 £30-50
242.    Belle Vue Tavern (29) flat lid, 90mm £200-400
243.    Belle Vue Tavern (29) domed lid, 100mm £120-180
244.    Belle Vue, Pegwell Bay (30) with window, 118mm £20-30
245.    Belle Vue, Pegwell Bay (30) without window, 112mm £20-30
246.    Pegwell Bay (31) 132mm £30-40
247.    Pegwell Bay (31) with sailing vessel in cliff, 130mm £200-300
248.    Pegwell Bay, S.Banger (32) the reverse with stamp, 100mm £100-140
249.    Pegwell Bay, Shrimping (33) small rim chip, stained 94mm £30-50
250.    Pegwell Bay, Still Life Game (35) 102mm *Ex Beckford, number 2765 £30-40
251.    Pegwell Bay, Still Life Fish (36) 126mm, tiny glaze chip £60-90
252.    Pegwell Bay, Farmyard Scene (37) 103mm £40-60
253.    Landing the Fare (38) 102mm and Pegwell Bay, Established 1760 (25) 102mm (2) £40-50
254.    New Jetty and Pier, Margate (39) 137mm £25-35
255.    The Harbour, Margate (40) 100mm Royal Harbour, Ramsgate (42) the reverse with Banger stamp, 97mm (2) £40-60
256.    The Harbour, Margate (41) 123mm and Royal Harbour, Ramsgate (42) 112mm framed (2) £40-60
257.    The Nelson Crescent, Ramsgate (43) 148mm * Ex Beckford, number 2874 £30-40
258.    Sandown Castle (44) 98mm * Ex Beckford, number 2880 £40-60
259.    Walmer Castle (45) 100mm £20-25
260.    Walmer Castle with Sentry (46) the reverse with Tatnell stamp, 112mm * Ex Beckford, number 2849 £60-90
261.    Pretty Kettle of Fish (48) 103mm and Lobster Sauce (49) 102mm, chipped, both first issues (2) £40-80
262.    Pretty Kettle of Fish (48) 102mm and Lobster Sauce (49) 103mm (2) £40-50
263.    Lobster Sauce (49) 101mm and Pretty Kettle of Fish (48) 105mm (2) £40-50
264.    Injury (50) the reverse with registration mark, 103mm and Revenge (51) 104mm (2) £25-30
265.    Shells (52A) 95mm, framed and a pair of door handles (52I) one repaired (3) £25-30
266.    Shells (52B) 102mm and (52J) 105mm (2) £30-50
267.    Hauling in the Trawl (53) 102mm, Examining the Nets (54) 105mm and The Shrimpers (63) 103mm (3) £40-60
268.    Mending the Nets (56) 106mm and the Fishbarrow (58) 98mm (2) £30-50
269.    The Fishmarket (57) 125mm and the Fishbarrow (58) 126mm (2) £30-50
270.    Fisherwoman Returning Home (59) 105mm £30-40
271.    The Net Mender (60) flat top 95mm £25-35
272.    River Scene with Boat, RW (61) 102mm £150-250
273.    Foreign River Scene (62) 106mm £30-40
274.    Sea Nymph with Trident (64) 104mm £30-50
275.    Swiss Riverside Scene (65) 101mm * Ex Beckford, number 2899 £40-50
276.    Dutch River Scene (66) 110mm £40-50
277.    An Eastern Repast (98) 81mm and The Bride (97) 76mm, stained (2) £40-50
278.    Eastern Lady Dressing Hair (99) 75mm £30-40
279.    The Mirror (101) 70mm £30-50
280.    The Toilette (102) 72mm £25-35
281.    The Packman (103) 76mm £25-35
282.    Reflection in Mirror (104) 75mm £30-40
283.    Lady Reading Book (105) 71mm £30-40
284.    Lady with Hawk (106) 75mm, stained and Lady with Guitar (107) 82mm (2) £40-60
285.    Lady with Guitar (107) 61mm with base (2) £30-50
286.    The Wooer (108) 76mm, stained £30-40
287.    Lady, Boy and Mandolin (109) 85mm £30-50
288.    Lady Fastening Shoe (110) 70mm £30-50
289.    Lady Brushing Hair (111) 73mm * Ex Manners collection, lot 37D £30-50
290.    Lady Brushing Hair (111) 74mm £30-40
291.    The Spanish Lady (112) black mottled flange, 79mm £400-600
292.    Fruit and Statue Piece (113) 66mm * Ex Cashmore collection, lot 407A and Hart collection, lot 250A £180-220
293.    The Matador (114) 84mm * Ex Ball collection, lot 633C and Hart collection, lot 250B £250-350
294.    The Garden Terrace (115) 58mm, with base (2) * Ex Crowther collection, lot 206B £100-150
295.    The Garden Terrace (115) 85mm £80-120
296.    Jenny Lind (116) 75mm * Ex Cashmore collection, lot 408A £400-600
297.    The Tryst (117) 87mm * Ex Cashmore collection, lot 408C and Crowther collection, lot 208A £100-140
298.    The Trysting Place (118) 70mm * Ex Smith collection, lot 233D £40-60
299.    The Lovers (119) 80mm £25-35
300.    The Rose Garden (120) 60mm * Ex Cashmore collection, lot 410A £80-120
301.    The Ornamental Garden (121) 74mm £80-120
302.    Musical Trio (123) green flange, 77mm, minor rim chip, £20-40
303.    Bay of Naples (124) 92mm, restored * Ex Smith collection, lot 235D £80-120
304.    Gothic Archway (125) 72mm * Ex Cashmore collection, lot 411D and Hart collection, lot 255B £400-600
305.    Bunch of Cherries (126) 75mm * Ex Beckford, number 2800 £50-80
306.    The Circassian (127) 58mm flange drilled £80-120
307.    Royal Arms and Allied Flags of Crimea (129) 86mm * Ex Smith collection, lot 237B £500-800
308.    Floral (131/5) No 2 New Bond Street, 86mm * Ex Beckford, number 2311 page14 £60-80
309.    Floral (131/6) domed lid, black marbled flange, 102mm, together with a matched tall base having a screw threaded flange (2) * Ex Mortimer collection, lot 244A page14 £180-240
310.    Floral (131/7) domed lid, black marbled flange, 98mm, complete with a matching tall base (2) page14 * Ex Smith collection, lot 239C £200-300
311.    Floral (131/12) 75mm page14 * Ex Smith collection and Mortimer collection, lot 246A £80-100
312.    Floral (131/16) 41mm with base (2) page14 £30-40
313.    Floral (131/19) 44mm page14 £30-40
314.    Floral (131/19) 47mm with Piesse & Lubin base (2) page14* Ex Lewington collection, lot 208 £30-50
315.    Floral (131/21) 42mm page14* Ex Mortimer collection, lot 249B £30-40
316.    Floral (131/23) 40mm, with matching base (2) page14 £30-40
317.    Floral (Mortimer 423A) 36mm, with base (2) page14* Ex Mortimer collection, lot 250A £30-40
318.    Floral (Mortimer 436) 44mm, with base (2) page14 * Ex Mortimer collection, lot 254A £30-40
319.    Floral (131/30) 67mm page14 £150-250
320.    Grand International Buildings of 1851 (133) 127mm, stained £20-30
321.    Exhibition Buildings 1851 (134) 101mm £50-70
322.    Exhibition Buildings 1851 (134) 118mm £60-80
323.    Grand Exhibition 1851 (135) 108mm £60-90
324.    The Interior of the Grand International Buildings of 1851 (136) 126mm * Ex Beckford, number 2973 £50-70
325.    The Crystal Palace (137) 120mm * Ex Beckford, number 2881 £60-90
326.    Interior View of the Crystal Palace (138) 118mm * Ex Beckford, number 2922 £60-90
327.    Crystal Palace Interior (139) 125mm * Ex Cashmore, lot 415D £100-150
328.    Great Exhibition, Opening Ceremony (140) 124mm £100-140
329.    Great Exhibition, Closing Ceremony (141) 125mm * Ex Socket collection, lot 216 £300-500
330.    New York Exhibition (142) 129mm * Ex Mortimer collection, lot 137C £600-1000
331.    Dublin Industrial Exhibition 1853 (143) 118mm * Ex Beckford, number 2861 £50-70
332.    International Exhibition 1982 (144) 101mm £60-80
333.    The Administration Building World's Fair Chicago 1893 (146) 102mm framed * Ex Smith collection, lot 251B £40-50
334.    Philadelphia Exhibition 1876 (147) 106mm and Paris Exhibition 1878 (148) 104mm (2) £40-60
335.    England's Pride (149) green ground 101mm £70-90
336.    England's Pride (149) green ground 101mm, glaze flaking £30-50
337.    England's Pride (149) black ground 104mm £25-35
338.    England's Pride (149) black ground 116mm £30-40
339.    Queen Victoria on Balcony (150) 101mm £70-100
340.    Queen Victoria with Orb and Sceptre (151) 102mm, flange drilled £70-100
341.    Queen Victoria and the Prince Consort (152) 122mm, stained £30-40
342.    The Late Prince Consort (153) 103mm and Albert Edward and Princess Alexandra on their Marriage (157) 101mm (2) £50-80
343.    Queen Victoria and Albert Edward (154) 70mm £70-80
344.    Queen Victoria in profile on a brick red ground, 36mm £25-35
345.    Albert Edward and Princess Alexandra (155) 105mm £50-80
346.    Napoleon III and Eugenie (156) 121mm * Ex Williams Wood collection £50-70
347.    Wellington with Cocked Hat (158) no lettering, 130mm, flange drilled, £200-300
348.    Wellington with Cocked Hat (159) with lettering, 130mm £200-400
349.    Wellington with Clasped Hands (160B) 125mm * Ex Lewington collection, lot 237 £50-70
350.    Wellington with Clasped Hands (160B) 125mm £40-60
351.    The Late Duke of Wellington (161) 117mm * Ex Beckford, number 2982 £50-70
352.    The Late Duke of Wellington (161A) 118mm £40-60
353.    The Late Duke of Wellington (161B) 104mm £40-60
354.    Funeral of The Late Duke of Wellington (163) 125mm * Ex Cashmore collection and Mortimer collection, lot 157C £200-400
355.    Tria Juncta in Uno (164) 104mm £80-120
356.    Alma (165) 101mm £80-120
357.    Balaklava, Inkerman, Alma (166) 125mm * Ex Cashmore collection, lot 428A £80-120
358.    Balaklava, Inkerman, Alma (166) 125mm complete with tall decorated base (2) *Ex Manners collection, lot 62A £100-150
359.    Admiral Sir Charles Napier (167) 125mm * Ex Cashmore collection, lot 428C £80-120
360.    Admiral Sir Charles Napier (167A) 105mm * A label affixed to the reverse is inscribed Lambert, B'ham April 1953 £80-120
361.    Allied Generals (108) 115mm £30-40
362.    Garibaldi (169) 104mm and Dr Johnson (175) 105mm (2) £30-40
363.    Sir Robert Peel (170) 100mm £30-40
364.    Peabody (171) 101mm £30-50
365.    Harriet Beecher Stowe (172) 127mm *Ex Cashmore collection, lot 431C £200-300
366.    Felix Edwards Pratt (173) a rectangular plaque with integral black frame, 99 x 85mm *Ex Smith collection, lot 384B £200-400
367.    The Blue Boy (174) 120mm £25-35
368.    Buckingham Palace (176) 128mm £100-140
369.    Windsor Castle and St. George's Chapel (177) 81mm *Ex Cashmore collection, lot 432D £50-80
370.    Windsor Park or Prince Albert Hare Coursing (178) 118mm £30-50
371.    Drayton Manor (179) 128mm £60-80
372.    Drayton Manor (179) later issue, 125mm and Sandringham (181) 102mm, tiny rim chip, framed (2) £25-35
373.    Windsor Park, Returning from Stag Hunting (180) 126mm £25-35
374.    New Houses of Parliament, Westminster (183) 128mm £120-180
375.    The Houses of Parliament (184) 67mm £80-120
376.    St Paul's Cathedral and River Pageant (185) 118mm £40-50
377.    The Tower of London (186) 106mm page16 £80-120
378.    Strathfieldsay (187) 122mm £30-40
379.    Strathfieldsaye (188) 117mm and Osborne House (182) 125mm, cracked (2) £40-60
380.    Westminster Abbey (189) 105mm page16 £80-120
381.    Albert Memorial (190) 104mm *Ex Beckford, number 2971 £25-35
382.    St Paul's Cathedral (192) 106mm, framed page16 £80-120
383.    St Paul's Cathedral (192) 100mm £25-30
384.    Charing Cross (193), New Blackfriars Bridge (196) Thames Embankment (197) Trafalgar Square (201) and New St Thomas' Hospital (203) (5) £80-120
385.    Eleanor Cross (194) 98mm £25-35
386.    New Houses of Parliament (195) 108mm £80-120
387.    Chapel Royal (198) 104mm and Choir of Chapel Royal (199) 102mm (2) £40-60
388.    Alexandra Palace (200) with base (2) £20-25
389.    Golden Horn, Constantinople (204) 102mm £20-25
390.    The Thirsty Soldier (205) 103mm, Meeting of Garibaldi and Victor Emmanuel (211) 101mm (2) £25-35
391.    Embarking for the East (206) 102mm, Battle of the Nile (210) 105mm and Meeting of Garibaldi and Victor Emmanuel (211) 102mm (3) £30-50
392.    Sebastopol (208A) 102mm * Ex Beckford, number 2875 £25-35
393.    War after Wouverman (212) and Peace (213) with base (3) £40-50
394.    The Volunteers (214) 72mm £40-60
395.    The Volunteers (214) 74mm and Little Red Riding Hood (358) 75mm, both with hairline cracks (2) £40-50
396.    Old Jack (215) 70mm £50-70
397.    Conway Castle (217) 125mm * Ex McKenzie collection, lot 380 £30-50
398.    Chin Chew River (21) 101mm, Harbour of Hong Kong (221) 104mm and Ning Po River (222) 102mm (3) £50-80
399.    Wimbledon, July 1860 (223) 103mm and War (219) 102mm (2) £30-40
400.    Napirima, Trinidad (225) 130mm * Ex Beckford, number 2577 £80-120
401.    Shakespeare's Birthplace, Exterior (226) leaf and scroll, 101mm and another, plain border 102mm (2) £60-90
402.    Shakespeare's Birthplace, Interior (227) leaf and scroll, 100mm and another, plain 102mm (2) £60-90
403.    Anne Hathaway's Cottage (228) leaf and scroll, 100mm and another plain 101mm (2) £60-90
404.    Holy Trinity Church (229) 106mm *Ex Bedford, number 2906 £40-50
405.    Hamlet and His Father's Ghost (231) 100mm and Seven Ages of Man (230) 104mm (2) £30-50
406.    The Village Wakes (232) 72mm £60-80
407.    May Day Dancers (233) 96mm and Il Penseroso (235) 105mm (2) £40-50
408.    The Pet Rabbits (234) 101mm *Ex Ball collection, lot 683A and Hart collection, lot 320A £400-800
409.    The Parish Beadle (236) 73mm £60-80
410.    Children of Flora (237) 115mm £25-35
411.    Xmas Eve (238) 73mm *Ex Beckford, number 2866 £60-80
412.    Xmas Eve (238) shaped lid 89mm, complete with green printed 'Fezziwig's Ball' base (2) £400-800
413.    The Swing (239) 102mm £25-35
414.    The Village Wedding (240) with towel, 104mm and without towel, 103mm (2) £25-35
415.    Our Home (241) 94mm, with base (2) £60-80
416.    Our Pets (242) 90mm £60-80
417.    Our Home (241) 90mm, stained and Our Pets (242) 91mm, surface flaking (2) £30-50
418.    The Bull Fight (244) 125mm £70-100
419.    Blind Man's Buff (246) 80mm and Snap Dragon (253) 78mm (2) £60-80
420.    Master of the Hounds (217) 102mm and A Race or Derby Day (257) 106mm (2) £30-50
421.    Chiefs Return from Deer Stalking (248) 117mm *Ex Beckford, number 2867 £30-50
422.    Dangerous Skating (249) 72mm and Children Sailing Boat in Tub (263) 72mm (2) £40-60
423.    Fair Sportswoman (250) 100mm and The Skaters (258) 103mm (2) £40-50
424.    A False Move (251) 127mm, restored and Pheasant Shooting (261) 117mm (2) £40-60
425.    The Best Card (254) 101mm and A Fix (256) 104mm (2) £40-60
426.    The Best Card (254) 107mm £40-60
427.    A Fix (256) 106mm £25-35
428.    The Boar Hunt (262) 130mm *Ex Cashmore collection, lot 448D £120-150
429.    Six Dogs (264C) flange drilled £70-90
430.    Six Dogs (264C) with base (2) £70-90
431.    Contrast (266) 102mm and Good Dog (265) stained (2) £40-50
432.    A Gay Dog (268) 72mm, with base (2) £300-600
433.    Deerhound Guarding Cradle (269) 71mm £25-35
434.    The Begging Dog (270) 72mm and Pompey and Caesar (271) 70mm (2) £40-60
435.    Both Alike (272) 104mm, Low Life (275) 103mm, The Snow Drift (276) 106mm (3) £50-70
436.    Country Quarters (273) 117mm and The Skewbald Horse (277) 100mm (2) £40-60
437.    The Kingfisher (296) 102mm £250-350
438.    The Swallow (297) 64mm £100-150
439.    The Swallow (297) 92mm *Ex Beckford, number 2909 £80-120
440.    The Faithful Shepherd (309) 75mm and The Old Water Mill (318) 73mm (2) £60-80
441.    HRH Prince of Wales Visiting the Tomb of Washington (310) 102mm, I See You My Boy (311) 100mm and French Street Scene (312) 101mm (3) £50-70
442.    I See You My Boy (311) blue cap, 101mm and another red cap 102mm (2) £40-50
443.    French Street Scene (312) 118mm £20-30
444.    Cottage Children (313) 118mm £40-60
445.    The Breakfast Party (314) 127mm * Ex Beckford, number 2671 £40-60
446.    Cattle and Ruins (315) 102mm and Deer Drinking (321) 106mm (2) £40-60
447.    Cattle and Ruins (315) 117mm £25-35
448.    Lady, Boy and Goats (316) 71mm and Dutch Winter Scene (308) 72mm (2) £40-60
449.    The Queen God Bless Her (319) 102mm and Lend a Bite (317) 103mm (2) £30-50
450.    The Queen God Bless Her (319) 119mm £30-40
451.    Mother and Daughters (320) 74mm * Ex Beckford, number 2870 £40-60
452.    The Rivals (322) 102mm and The Dentist (323) 103mm (2) £40-60
453.    The Shepherdess (325) 101mm and The Shepherd Boy (326) 96mm (2) £40-60
454.    The First Appeal (329B) 102mm and (329C) 103mm (2) £30-50
455.    The Second Appeal (330B) 115mm and The Times (327) 103mm (2) £30-50
456.    Strasburg (331) 105mm and Vue de la Ville De Strasbourg (333) 120mm (2) £30-50
457.    Strasburg (333) green marbled border 114mm, complete with matching base (2) £30-40
458.    Street Scene on the Continent (336B) pink border 80mm, complete with matching base (2) £40-60
459.    The Flute Player (337) 101mm and On Guard (240) 103mm (2) £40-50
460.    Grace Before Meals (338) 117mm £40-60
461.    The Vine Girl (339) 120mm, framed £25-35
462.    The Fisher Boy (341) 72mm and On Guard (340) 101mm (2) £30-50
463.    Summer (342A) 101mm and Autumn (342) 101mm, hairline crack (2) £50-70
464.    The Maidservant (343) 92mm £25-35
465.    Negro and Pitcher (344) 121mm £40-50
466.    Girl with Grapes (345) domed lid, black marbled border, 101mm £40-50
467.    Tam o Shanter and Souter Johnny (346) 104mm and Tam o Shanter (347) 102mm (2) £50-70
468.    Peasant Boys (348), domed lid, black marbled border, 101mm together with a tall matched base (2) £50-80
469.    Preparing for the Ride (351) 103mm and Peasant Boys (348) 92mm (2) £40-50
470.    The Quarry (352) 117mm £40-50
471.    Persuasion (353) 102mm and The Cavalier (356) 102mm (2) £30-50
472.    The Picnic (354) 117mm and The Red Bull Inn (359) 101mm, stained (2) £30-40
473.    Royal Coat of Arms, J.N. Osborn (355A) 100mm, rim chip £30-50
474.    A Letter from the Diggings (360) 100mm, The Wolf and The Lamb (361) 102mm and The Waterfall (365) 100mm (3) £40-60
475.    Charity (362) 100mm £25-30
476.    The Listener (363) 100mm and Youth and Age (366) 104mm, restored (2) £40-50
477.    The Strawberry Girls (364) 117mm £30-40
478.    Youth and Age (366) 102mm £40-50
479.    The Deerstalker (384) 102mm £30-60
480.    The Donkey's Foal (386) with base (2) £20-30
481.    Milking the Cow (391) £20-25
482.    A Seashore Study (393) with base (2) * Ex Beckford, number 2471 £20-30
483.    Tyrolese Village Scene (397) with base (2) £20-30
484.    Uncle Tom and Eva (401) with base (2) £50-80
485.    Six medium sized lids each chipped (6) £20-40
486.    Six medium sized lids each chipped (6) £20-40
487.    Six medium sized lids each chipped (6) £20-40
488.    Three framed lids and two unframed large lids, each defective and a cup and saucer, restored (7) £20-40
489.    A collection of 13 medium and four small bases together with approximately forty five various wood frames (a lot) £30-60