Commemoratives, Fairings, Staffordshire Pot Lids and Prattware
on Tuesday 22nd March 2022

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1.      An inkwell, an ashtray, two spill vases, two miniature figures, two reproduction fairings, some restoration, also two music covers, various fairing related reference books and some photographs (a lot) £20-40
2.      Two pairs of matchstrikers and ten single matchstrikers, all figural, some restoration (14) £30-60
3.      Five pinboxes and bases and one lid each modelled with colourful figures also five dressing table pinboxes and bases (16) some restoration £30-50
4.      A later pinbox and cover entitled 'United we stand divided we fall' and seven other pinboxes and bases, some restoration (16)
5.      Two differing pinboxes and bases each entitled 'Champagne Charlie is my name', barrel version with restored arm and bottle, also the music cover, framed (5) £40-60
6.      Three pairs of standing figures, a similar seated figure and a group, some restoration (8) £30-40
7.      Nineteen various later fairings all of a bed variety, mostly in original condition (19) £50-80
8.      Wide awake; Oh what a difference in the morning, restored; Mr Jones remove your hat, candle restored; A cat a cat; A mouse a mouse; three others, some restoration (8) £50-80
9.      Married for money; A mouse a mouse; For Heavens sake Maria give us a rest; five other bed fairings, mostly in original condition (8) £40-60
10.     Returning from journey and Did you call sir? her head restored (2) £40-80
11.     The last match; By golly I am in luck; A privileged pet; Young cups and old cups; four others similar, mostly in original condition (8) £40-80
12.     Little Red Riding Hood; Old Mother Hubbard; Little Boy Blue; Little Bo Peep; three fairings with children and chamber pots, mostly in original condition (7) £50-80
13.     Now they will blame me for this; Naughty words; The early bird catches the worm; Triple Alliance; four others similar, mostly in original condition (8) £60-90
14.     A difficult problem; Happily solved; Loves first lesson; Our Lodgers such a nice person; seven others similar (11) £70-90
15.     Oyster Day; Oysters Sir?; My Lord and Mi Lady; The Welsh Tea Party and the chess players, untitled; some restoration (5) £30-60
16.     The Landlord in love, two examples; The power of love; Who is coming; Modesty and An awkward interruption, two examples; some restoration (7) £40-80
17.     Five various cat fairings, some restoration (5) £40-60
18.     Six various dog fairings, some restoration (6) £40-80
19.     Six various fairings depicting babies (6) £40-80
20.     Baby's first step, two varieties; Children's meeting and Il part, il est parti, arrive, some restoration (4) £40-60
21.     Which is prettiest, chip; Tea party; Drole, tres drole, tout a fait drole and one other (4) £40-60
22.     Attack and Defeat also Tug of war and Spoils of war; some restoration (4) £40-60
23.     Tug of war and Spoils of war; Pluck and The decided smash; some restoration (4) £40-50
24.     The wedding night, two varieties; God save the Queen; Please Sir, what would you charge…, some restoration (4) £30-50
25.     Going to the ball and Returning from the ball; Can you do this Grandma? And Go away Mamma I am busy; restoration (4) £30-50
26.     Two different views; Kiss me quick; Sarah's young man and Between two stools…; restoration (4) £30-50
27.     Checkmate; Come along these flowers…; Kiss me quick; Taking the cream; restoration (4) £30-40
28.     Cancan, four varying varieties, some restoration (4) £60-90
29.     Walk in please, Now Marm say when; Favourable opportunity (3) £50-80
30.     Indeed my form is not bad; How quickly they repose; Before and After marriage and another depicting a blacksmith, all smaller size, some restoration (4) £40-80
31.     Out by jingo; In chancery and an engraving, some restoration (3) £50-70
32.     The attentive maid; If old age could, restoration (2) £30-40
33.     If youth knew, two different varieties; restoration (2) £30-40
34.     The lovers disturbed; How Bridget served the tomatoes undressed; restoration (2) £30-60
35.     Cupids watching Just as it should be; restoration (2) £30-60
36.     The broken hoop; The shoemaker in love; restoration (2) £30-60
37.     Cousin & cousine and another untitled; restoration (2) £30-60
38.     How's your poor feet? And To let, some restoration (2) £30-50
39.     A doubtful case; Sir where's your gloves…, restoration (2) £30-50
40.     English neutrality… and Caught in the act, untitled matchstriker version, some restoration (2) £30-40
41.     Sedan; English neutrality, restoration (2) £30-40
42.     The chaste Joseph; Hit him hard, restoration (2) £30-50
43.     Wine wife and song; Nice views, restored (2) £30-50
44.     Some contributors to Punch; Free and independent elector, restored (2) £30-60
45.     Before and After, restored (2) £30-50
46.     How's business and Slack (2) £60-80
47.     Animated Spirits £60-90
48.     A pleasant termination to a happy evening, cane head missing £60-80
49.     Fair Play Boys £60-80
50.     The Organ Boy £60-90
51.     80 strokes of the pulse £60-90
52.     Masters winning ways £60-90
53.     If you please sir £60-90
54.     He don't like his Pants, pestle and mortar restored £50-80
55.     The Babes in the Wood £60-90
56.     Open your mouth and shut your eyes, basket handle restored £60-80
57.     English neutrality 1870/71 attending the sick £100-120
58.     By appointment the first of April, donkey's ears restored £60-80
59.     No Followers Allowed £60-80
60.     Trespassing, wall capping restored £60-80
61.     Waiting for a bus, large variety £50-80
62.     Une belle occasion, matchstriker £50-80
63.     Well what are you looking at, matchstriker £50-80
64.     Come at once, matchstriker £50-80
65.     Attrepe dans l'action, matchstriker £50-80
66.     La reoanche, matchstriker £50-80
67.     Seeing him home £60-90
68.     A Royal Vienna fairing depicting a man ogling a seated woman £150-180
69.     The girls of the period, handlebars restored £80-100
70.     Beware of a collision, handlebars and wheels restored £60-80
71.     Every vehicle driven by a horse, mule or ass 2d, wheel restored £80-100
72.     Dangerous, handlebar and man's arm restored £80-100
73.     Velocipede for stout travellers, hand and binoculars restored £60-80
74.     Kiss me quick, her handlebars and both front wheels restored £60-80
75.     Velocipeding on a rainy day, both her lower legs restored £80-120
76.     To the Derby £150-200
77.     To Epsom, heads of both rear figures restored £100-150
78.     To Epsom, restoration to both figures £150-250
79.     A rare untitled tricycle, left foot of cyclist restored £200-300
80.     Oysters Sir and Returning at one o'clock in the morning, both good examples (2) £20-40
81.     A large Royal Doulton figure 'The Moor' (HN2082), green printed mark, titled in gilt, 420mm £150-200
82.     A large Royal Doulton figure 'Jack Point' (HN2080), green printed mark, titled in gilt, 412mm £150-250
83.     A Royal Worcester miniature coffee set comprising six cups and saucers each well painted with scenes of Highland cattle signed by H. Stinton, the cup interiors and saucer centres gilded, purple printed marks, saucers 97mm, one cup and one saucer each with fine hairline crack (12) £150-250
84.     A good Royal Worcester miniature tea set comprising six cups and saucers each well painted with fruits signed by a variety of artists including W. Austin and E. Phillips, purple printed marks, saucers 96mm (12) £200-300
85.     Musicians: Robinson & Leadbeater portrait busts of Handel, hairline crack, Beethoven, cracked and Mendelssohn, repaired, 195mm also a Robinson & Leadbeater white parian portrait bust of Nelson 199mm (4) £40-60
86.     Bull Bating: a colourful Staffordshire pottery group in the manner of Obadiah Sherrat modelled as a tethered bull attacked by two terriers with a figure in attendance on a rectangular base raised on six short feet, circa 1820, 145mm high, restoration to dog's rear legs also man's right hand and rear foot £150-250
87.     Anti-Slavery: a creamware cylindrical tankard printed in black with a scene of a cudgelling (stick fighting) match between two Negros together with attendant figures within a border of exotic fruits, plants, a snake, an umbrella and centred by a figure wearing a fleur-de-lys crown, circa 1790, 145mm, the body cracked but away from the print.
* The scene depicted is a copy of the engraving by A. Brunias entitled 'A Cudgelling Match between English and French Negros in the Island of Dominica', published February 1779. See item number 1024.
The Society for Effecting the Abolition of the Slave Trade held its inaugural meeting on 22nd May 1787 and adopted, two months later, as a seal, an oval depiction of a chained slave entitled 'Am I not a man and a brother'. Similar medallions widely produced by Josiah Wedgwood became quite probably the first piece of anti-slavery memorabilia. See Victoria & Albert Museum number WE.7825-2014. This mug, drawing its inspiration from the engraving published some eight years earlier must also rank amongst the earliest of memorabilia produced to widen the understanding of and create support for anti-slavery.
Agostino Brunias was born in Italy in 1730 and came to England in 1758. A painter, he became acquainted with and subsequently personal artist to William Young who had been appointed to a government post in the West Indian territories. Following the end of the Seven Years War in 1763 Dominica was acquired by Britain from France. Brunias arrived in the islands in 1765 where he remained until about 1775 when he returned to England and where, in the late 1770s, he exhibited some of his paintings and also visited Europe. Returning to the West Indies in 1784 there he remained until his death on the island of Dominica in 1796. Although Brunias primarily resided in Dominica he also spent time in St. Vincent, and visited other islands, including Barbados, Grenada, St. Kitts, and Tobago. His romanticized and idyllic painting of West Indian scenes and slave life is regarded today as some of the most informative imagery to be found. £500-1000
88.     Slave Emancipation in West Indies: a pink lustre lined toast water pot, lacking cover, printed in black with an elaborately costumed female standing figure inscribed in West Indian Creole 'Fe go da Berry Hill, fe go see Quaco Sam' and on the reverse a figure of a butcher at his work also inscribed in Creole, circa 1840, 113mm, small chip to body
* The estate of Berry Hill is located in the parish of St Mary on Jamaica.
In the article 'Quaco Sam: A relic of Archaic Jamaican Speech', Jamaica Journal number 45, 1981 by Dr Barbara Lalla the author refers to a series of crockery commissioned for Mrs Rebecca Brandon, just after her husband's death in 1838, among other evidence leading her to conclude that the Quaco Sam verses date from before emancipation quite possibly being written between 1812 and 1825 and set to music. It is not known when the tune was first heard in Jamaica, but it became a central part of Creole musical identity in the 1830s. See A pairof nursery plates printed with not dis-similar scenes from the West Indies inscribed in Creole and with the undersides bearing the printed Brandon retailers mark were sold in our commemorative auction as lot 459 on 4th June 2005.
Toast-water was drunk in the early 19th century for medicinal purposes, as a way of giving nutrients to invalids. It was made by pouring boiling water onto toast, lettin it stand, then straining off the liquid using a jug with a perforated strainer within the spout. See British Museum numer 2009,8024.1 £250-350
89.     Anti-Slavery: a good white pottery jug by Minton, the oviform body with trefoil shaped rim printed en-grisaille with a scene of a female cradling an infant in a rural setting and on the reverse a kneeling figure holding a Bible, broken chains at his side, centred by a quote from Psalm 59 v3, the underside with impressed wheel mark and numbered 24, circa 1842, 152mm
* The Slavery Abolition act became law on 1st August 1834 and by 1843 all exemptions were removed for those deemed 'Aprenticies'. Godden records the use by Minton of the wheel mark for the year of 1842. £300-600
90.     D'Jeck the Thespian Elephant: a pottery nursery plate with gadrooned rim printed in black with two figures riding upon an elephant entitled 'The Great Performer of the Adelphi', circa 1830, 155mm

* Mademoiselle d'Jeck, a performing elephant, achieved celebrity status at the Cirque Olympique in Paris during 1829. She went on to make her British debut at the Adelphi Theatre, London on 3rd December that year and subsequently toured the country. In August 1830 during an overnight stop in the town of Morpeth, whilst travelling from Edinburgh to Newcastle, she killed Jean Baptiste her keeper. Notwithstanding the fact she was an elephant Mademoiselle d'Jeck was committed for trial in Newcastle where she was fined just five shillings on account of Baptiste's alleged cruelty. Subsequently appearing on stage in America in January 1831 she returned to Britain in the July of that year. With an otherwise undisclosed violent temperament she went on to injure or kill a number of other humans in Europe in consequence of which it was in Geneva in June 1837 that she was put to death by the use of a circus cannon, rifle shorts having failed. This whole farcical yet ultimately sad tale was recounted in a production by the November Club at the Theatre Royal, London in 2013 and remains today one of the strangest trials in British legal history. See Commemorative Pottery, plate 21 and Antiques Trade Gazette, 16th December 2017 issue, page 44 for a related article. £150-250
91.     22nd October 1831 Yeovil Riots: a substantial brown stoneware harvest jug moulded in bold relief, the rim set with a silver-plated band, the body with escutcheon engraved with presentation to Mr H. Brooks and applause for the Mudford Troop of Yeomanry Cavalry, 245mm, body and base cracked

* Following rejection of the Second Reform Bill by the House of Lords on 8th October riots ensued in many provincial towns and cities. Notable was Yeovil where the houses of a number of local dignitaries were sacked. Fearing further destruction, the Magistrates summoned the Yeomanry who remained just outside the town but whose presence quelled the marauding rioters. See British Commemoratives, plates 100 A and B. £150-180
92.     A quantity of commemorative and cartoon related reference books including Naval Ceramics by Pugh (a lot) £40-80
93.     A creamware mug applied in mauve with figures of putti at play inscribed in black 'Robert Roberts 1825', 75mm, stained and commemorative mugs for 1897, cracked and 1937 (3) £20-30
94.     Railways: a pottery mug printed in brown and decorated in pink and green with a locomotive named 'Express' pulling two carriages and an open truck carrying a coach, circa 1850, 103mm, tiny chip to inner rim £70-100
95.     Cricket: a pottery mug printed in brown and decorated in colours with two different scenes of the game, circa 1850, 106mm, crack and rim chips £40-80
96.     1851 Great Exhibition: a porcelaineous mug printed in grey with a named view, 78mm, glaze blemish to rim and a mug for 1937 George VI (2) £25-35
97.     1880 American Election Campaign: a printed cotton bandana with named portrait ovals of James A. Garfield and Chester A. Arthur, 530mm wide, some creasing, mounted on non-acid backing and framed.

* A bandana was cut from printed rolls of cotton to a desired length and given or sold to supporters. Garfield, a Republican, narrowly beat Winfield S. Hancock, a Democrat, by 48.3% to 48.2% of the popular vote but in the electoral college he won decisively polling by 214 to 155 however on 19th September 1881 Garfield was assassinated. £100-150
98.     1904 American Election Campaign: A printed bandana with named portrait of Theodore Roosevelt and Charles W. Fairbanks, 550mm wide, some wrinkling, mounted on non-acid backing and framed.

* Roosevelt and Fairbanks won polling 56% of the popular vote against the 38% polled by Alton B. Parker, a Democrat. In the electoral college the split was 336 votes against 140. £80-120
99.     1932 American Election Campaign: A shield (possibly card or hard board) printed with named portrait ovals of Hoover and Curtis, 170mm wide, some rubbing to the edges, framed.

* Such shields were often mounted on automobiles. In the election held at the height of the Great Depression President Herbert Hoover was defeated by Franklin Roosevelt. £40-60
100.    1940 American Election Campaign: Two cotton printed pennants each with a named portrait of Roosevelt and Willkie, 120mm wide, suspended on a pole tied with tassels, the Willkie pennant worn, mounted on a non-acid backing, framed (2)

* Franklin D Roosevelt ran successfully for a third term polling 55% against Wendell Willkie's 45% of the popular vote and in the electoral college 449 to 82 votes. £80-120
101.    Richard Cobden: a Staffordshire pottery figure, circa 1846, 193mm, chip to foot, neck restored and glaze crazed.
* See Staffordshire Pottery Figures, B183,6. £25-35
102.    Thomas Attwood: a cylindrical pottery mug printed in purple with a named profile and three verses on the subject of Liberty, circa 1831.

* Founder of the Birmingham Political Union in 1830 Attwood became the first of two MPs for Birmingham in 1831. £80-100
103.    Earl Grey and Reform: a small pink lustre decorated jug printed in black with a portrait and inscribed on the reverse, circa 1832, 120mm £50-80
104.    7th June 1832 Reform: an unusual pottery jug printed in purple with named portraits, the result of the vote and dated for the bills royal assent, foot repaired, spout chipped £30-40
105.    1845 Bright, Cobden and Free Trade: an unusual pottery jug printed in blue with named portraits centred by an inscribed and dated vignettes, 165mm, foot cracked.

* The Anti-Corn Law League lobbied for change resulting in Peel's budget of 1845 and the first steps towards free trade. £60-90
106.    Free Trade: a mid-19th century pottery jug printed in brown and decorated in colours, 145mm £30-40
107.    Gladstone and Disraeli: a good pair of Staffordshire pottery figures, circa 1870, 337mm (2) £70-100
108.    18th April 1878 South Northumberland By-Election: a rare and interesting porcelaineous mug underglaze painted with named portraits each numbered 2912, the underside inscribed H.J.Gow April 18th 1878, 92mm, hairline crack.

* At the by-election held following succession to the Peerage of the incumbent, Lord Eslington, the result was tied at 2912 votes apiece. Upon recount this was amended to Edward Ridley, Conservative 2,909 and Albert Grey, Liberal 2,903. In the subsequent election of 1880 Grey was victorious securing 3,896 votes. £70-100
109.    John Wickes: a Derby figure depicted standing dressed in a white chemise with gold edging his right hand resting upon a named pedestal topped with scrolls entitled 'Magna Carta' and 'Bill of Rights', a putto with the cap of Liberty at his feet together with a volume entitled 'Lock on Govt', all upon an elaborate scrolling base, circa 1775, 308mm, putto's right foot reaffixed, chip to lower edge of chemise, minor firing cracks and crazing.

* See Victoria & Albert Museum, number 414.201-1885 and Hallinan, plate 48. With Stockspring Antiques, June 2015. £250-350
110.    Admiral Augustus Keppel: a Wedgwood blue jasperware oval portrait medallion applied in white with a head and shoulders profile looking to sinister, 96mm, overmounted and framed.

* Augustus Kepple was born in 1725, the second son of the Earl of Albemarle. He saw constant service during the Seven Years War and action during the earlier part of the American War of Independence being promoted full admiral in January 1778. Striking his flag in March 1779 he resumed his political career becoming First Lord of the Admiralty in 1782 and raised to the Peerage as Viscount Keppel. The original Wedgwood medallion was produced circa 1780, see Wedgwood the Portrait Medallions by Reilly & Savage, page 206 plate b. This particular medallion has been reframed since acquisition and is apparently incised on the back 'Keppel' and 'Wedgwood' however it has not been removed from the frame for inspection. £150-180
111.    1800 Great Britain and Ireland Act of Union: a creamware jug the bellied body printed in black with a panel entitled 'The Little Market Woman' inscribed beneath with eight lines of amusing verse and on the reverse an oval cartouche inscribed for the union of 1800 and entitled 'One Law', 222mm, lower part of body, foot and underside restored £160-200
112.    Charles James Fox: a white bisque porcelain figure by Minton after John Raphael Smith, depicted seated in a chair holding a scroll, circa 1835, 200mm, scroll or similar not present beneath chair.

* Smith painted a number of portraits of Fox seated in his study at St Anne's Hill, Chertsey including a posthumous version. Probably modelled by George Cocker who worked independently at Derby and also supplied Minton. See Willett Collection, plate 483 and Parian Phenomenon, figure 181 where a drawing of shape 72 from the Minton Design Book is illustrated. £180-240
113.    17th February 1807 Gordon's Success for Worcester in the General Election: a fine Chamberlains Worcester jug inscribed in gilt within a foliate cartouche flanked by BJ monograms, the neck profusely gilded on an orange ground, the underside with gilt mark, 178mm.

* In a letter to the Times published the day following the election William Gordon expressed gratitude to the electors of Worcester. With Stocksprings Antiques, June 2015. £300-500
114.    6th June 1820 Queen Caroline and Matthew Wood: a rare pearlware plate by Stevenson with moulded floral and foliate border printed in blue with and inscribed portrait of Wood, impressed mark, 197mm.

* Alderman Wood had been Lord Mayor of London 1815 to 1817 and was MP for the City of Westminster 1817 to 1843. He travelled with Caroline from Dover to his home in Mayfair where she lodged from 6th June until later in July 1820. £180-240
115.    1832 Reform: a lobed pottery jug printed in purple with an allegory depicting Britannia and the British lion flanked by inscribed flags, 227mm, spout restored and small crack to underside.

* See Commemorative Pottery, plate 211. £120-140
116.    June 1832 Passing of the Reform Bill: a pottery jug printed in black with a seated Britannia holding an inscribed banner together with attended lion, on the reverse inscribed with verses named 'The Gathering of the Union', the underside printed 'Union T',146mm, spout restored.

* The words to 'The Gathering of the Unions' were written by one of the Tolpuddle Martyrs, a group of six agricultural workers who, in 1833 founded a Friendly Society. For this, the following year, they were charged under the Unlawful Oaths Act of 1797 and sentenced to transportation to Australia. Following the intervention of Lord John Russell they were subsequently pardoned in March 1836. £180-220
117.    Duke of York at Valenciennes: a pearlware jug printed in black and decorated in colours with a named equestrian portrait depicted in a battlefield, circa 1793, 144mm, handle and spout restored.

* See Drakard, plate 465. £180-220
118.    Earl St. Vincent: a creamware jug the bellied body printed in black and decorated in colours with a named portrait oval and on the reverse a compass the centre inscribed 'J Johnson, Liverpool', circa 1797, 136mm, restoration to top rim and small star crack near compass.

* Knighted in 1782 for action off Gibraltar Jervis was raised to the Peerage on 23rd August 1797 as Baron Jervis of Meaford and Earl St Vincent in recognition of his triumph at Cape St. Vincent. See Drakard, plates 312 and 473. £300-500
119.    11th October 1797 Duncan and the Battle of Camperdown: a rare creamware jug transfer printed in black with a named portrait cartouche flanked by Tritons and war ships, on the reverse an inscribed and dated naval engagement scene, centred by the name 'Elizabeth Rees' within corn and vine sprigs, 210mm, tiny nicks to the spout a small fine star cracks to side and underside.

* See Commemorative Pottery, plates 151, 152. With John May, March 1996. £600-900
120.    Nelson and Berry: a Prattware jug moulded with named portraits and decorated in a typical palette, circa 1798, 182mm, small chip to spout.

* Edward Berry was Nelson's Flag Captain at the Battle of the Nile. He conveyed news of the victory to Britain and was knighted on 12th December 1798. See Prattware by Lewis, page 147. £80-120
121.    1798 Battle of the Nile and Nelson: a creamware jug the bellied body printed in black with a named portrait above the battle plan, on the reverse Nelson's coat of arms and first motto, centred by the name 'JNo Harris Esq' within wheat and vine branches, 245mm, spout restored.

* See Commemorative Pottery, plate 154. Ex Pugh collection, sold Christies South Kensington, 26th April 2001, lot 60. £400-600
122.    1801 General Sir Ralph Abercromby in-Memoriam: a creamware jug the squat body lined in brown, transfer printed in black and decorated in colours with a 'God Speed the Plough' scene and on the reverse inscribed panel centred by a named tomb flanked by grieving infantryman, 205mm, restoration and overspray.

* Born on 7th October 1734 Abercrombie was a skilled soldier also politician. He commanded the expedition to the Mediterranean in 1801. In defeating the French at Alexandria, he was struck by a musket ball during the battle and died seven days later on 28th March. See Drakard, plate 484. £250-350
123.    Nelson and Peace: a particularly good creamware jug the bellied body printed in black with a named portrait medallion inscribed 'To the Hero of the Nile' also offering success to the peacemakers and on the reverse a warship under sail, centred by Fame flanked by laurel branches, circa 1801, 202mm.

* Nelson's great victory over the French at the Nile in 1798 established British naval supremacy and in no small way, together with Pitt's resignation in 1801, lead to the commencement of negotiations that in turn lead to the signing of the Peace of Amiens in 1802. See Commemorative Pottery, plate 156 and Drakard, plate 480. £300-500
124.    1802 Napoleon and Peace of Amiens: a creamware jug the bellied body printed in black with a named equestrian portrait of Bonaparte and on the reverse entwined flags inscribed 'Peace and Commerce', 180mm, cracked, restored and over sprayed £180-220
125.    1803 Resumption of War with France: a creamware jug printed in red with a scene captioned 'Bonaparte in the Suds' and on the reverse 'The Apotheosis of Bonaparte', 200mm, restoration and over spray.

* The Peace of Amiens having failed prospect of a French invasion of Britain was a real threat during 1803 and 1804. See Drakard, plates 505 and 559. £250-300
126.    1803 The Great Invasion Scare: a creamware jug, printed in red with a scene entitled 'John Bull peppering Buonaparte in the front and rear' and on the reverse six lines of verse above a satire entitled 'John Bull at Dover, Boney at Calais', 167mm, hairline crack to foot.

* The Gillray satire inscribed 'I Am Coming, I Am Coming', published 2nd August 1803 by Hannah Humphrey, was the inspiration for this cartoon. See Drakard, plates 510 and 512. With Alistair Sampson, July 2001. £300-500
127.    1803 Great Invasion Scare: a particularly amusing Spode barrel shaped pottery jug transfer printed in black and decorated in coloured enamels with a scene entitled 'Pidcocks Grand Menagerie, Exeter Change', the rim and handle gilded, 166mm, staining around the foot.

* Josiah Spode's inspiration for this splendid mocking of Bonaparte was Lee's satire of the same name, published on 27th August 1803 by James Asperne. The Exeter Exchange, located on the north side of the Strand, was an arcade three floors of which were occupied by Gilbert Pidcock's menagerie of incredible and rare animals with all the related smell and noise pervading onto the Strand. See Drakard, plates 569 a, b and c. £300-500
128.    1803 Great Invasion Scare: a Spode jug printed in black and decorated in colours with a scene entitled 'National Contrasts, or Bulky and Boney', the rim and handle gilded, 109mm.

* After a satire published by Piercy Roberts. See Drakard, plates 564,566a and 566b. Ex Commemorative Wares from a Canadian Collection, sold Christies, 7th May 1999, lot 582. £300-500
129.    1803 Great Invasion Scare: a Spode jug printed in black with a scene entitled 'A stoppage to a stride over the globe', the rim and handle gilded, 148mm,

* After the satire published by Piercy Roberts. See Drakard, plate 548. £300-500
130.    1803 Great Invasion Scare: a porcelain mug, possibly Worcester, printed in black with a scene entitled 'Death or Victory' above four lines of verse, flanked by infantrymen and a warship both captioned, the rim and handle gilded, 115mm, restored crack and gilding rubbed.

* See Drakard, plate 521. £150-200
131.    1803 Great Invasion Scare: a creamware jug the bellied body printed in black and decorated in coloured enamels with an oval panel entitled 'An Englifh Jack Tar giving Monsieur a Drubbing' and on the reverse eleven lines of verse captioned 'The Batchelors Wish', 187mm.

* See Drakard, plate 518. £300-500
132.    1803 Great Invasion Scare: a pearlware jug printed in brown and decorated in colours with scene entitled 'John Bull giving Boney a Pull', signed T. Harley Lane End and on the reverse a floral spray, 152mm, restored spout, body and underside.

* After the satire by Isaac Cruikshank published by Ackermann on 7th August 1803 (BM10053). Made by Thomas Harley of Lane End, Staffordshire. See Drakard, plate 536 and 537. Ex Lewison collection, sold Phillips, 8th April 1998, lot 392. £250-300
133.    1803 Great Invasion Scare: a pearlware jug printed in brown and decorated in colours with a scene entitled 'John Bull shewing the Corsican Monkey' signed manufactured by T. Harley Lane End, on the reverse a panel inscribed with mocking address, also signed, beneath a colourfully painted neck, 175mm, small chip to lower end of handle and minor restoration to spout.

* After Woodward's satire engraved by Isaac Cruikshank and published by Ackerman on 3rd September 1803. Made by Thomas Harley of Lane End, Staffordshire. See Drakard, plates 532, 533 and 535. £400-500
134.    1804 Great Invasion Scare: an amusing pearlware jug printed in black and decorated in colours with a scene entitled 'Bonny in His New Clothes' and on the reverse 'The Upshot or Bonny Fire', both signed Clive Desig, beneath a neck painted in bright colours, 190mm, chip to foot,

* Napoleon was proclaimed Emperor on 18th May 1804. This jug although in the same style as those by Thomas Harley of Lane End in Staffordshire is signed by John Henry Clive of Newfield in Tunstall, Staffordshire. See Drakard for such a commentary and plates 576 a, b and c, 578 and 579. Ex Lewinson collection, sold Phillips 8th April 1998, lot 389. £400-500
135.    1804 Great Invasion Scare: a creamware jug printed in black and decorated in colours with scenes entitled 'John Bull and his Companion Challenging Bonaparte and his relation' and on the reverse 'Bonapartes Last Shift', 192mm, minor chipping to spout and handle and a very fine star crack to underside.

* Bonaparte's speech bubble refers to having 'obtained the crown' which occurred on 18th May 1804. See Drakard, plates 584 and 585. £400-500
136.    3rd October 1804 British seizure of Spanish Treasure Convoy: a creamware jug printed in black with scenes entitled 'The Dons Outwitted or John Bull in Time' and on the reverse 'John Bull peppering Bonaparte to the Front and Rear', centred by a warship under sail inscribed 'Britons Never Shall be Slaves', 227mm, restoration to spout and rim.

* After the satire of somewhat similar title by Charles Williams, published by Fores on 1st November 1804, this cartoon together with much speech, refers to the engagement by four British frigates under the command of Captain Graham Moore, of a Spanish convoy also of four ships carrying treasure from the New World to France. Although Britain and Spain were not at war Spain had, under the Treaty of St. Ildefonso of 1st October 1800, agreed to help the French. In the ensuing action one Spanish ship was blown up, the remainder captured and their prized cargo seized. Although the news was received to popular acclaim back in Britain a consequence of the action was a declaration of war. See Drakard, plates 510, 586 and 589 and colour plate VIIb. £400-600
137.    1805 Nelson in Memoriam: a creamware jug printed in rouge-de-fer with a named and dated portrait and on the reverse a battle plan of Trafalgar inscribed with much detail, 151mm, spout restored.

* See Commemorative Pottery, plates 167 and 168 and Drakard, plates 592 and 593. £140-180
138.    1805 Nelson in Memoriam: a pearlware jug printed in brown with an escutcheon inscribed with name and decorations received flanked by oval panels of Nelson and Victory, 145mm.

* See Drakard, plates 598 and 599. £150-200
139.    1805 Nelson in Memoriam: a rare creamware jug the ovoid body printed in brown and decorated in colours with a vignette of a grieving Britannia holding a portrait and, on the reverse inscribed with loyal address, 212mm, restored.

* See Commemorative Pottery, page 100 (P) for a description of this print. £250-300
140.    Earl St. Vincent: a 19th century Wedgwood blue jasperware plaque applied in white with a head and shoulders profile looking to sinister, 110mm high, framed.

* Sir John Jervis was created Earl St Vincent following his great victory over the overwhelming Spanish fleet at St Vincent on 14th February 1797. An accomplished naval commander he completed his last naval engagement in 1806 at the age of 72 when in command of the Channel fleet on an expedition to Portugal. Ex Pugh Collection, sold Christies South Kensington, 26 April 2001, lot 51 and where described 'impressed both Vincent and marked on the reverse' (subsequently reframed and not dismantled for inspection). See Wedgwood the Portrait Medallions by Reilly and Savage, page 297 for an earlier version of the same likeness. £150-200
141.    Viscount Wellington: a large creamware jug printed in black with a named portrait and on the reverse an attractive depiction of Britannia, centred by the royal coat of arms, circa 1809, 247mm, restoration to spout, lower part of body and underside.

* The title Viscount was conferred upon Wellington on 4th September 1809. See Drakard, plates 606 and 607. £250-350
142.    Peninsular Campaign: an interesting creamware jug printed in black and decorated in colours with a scene entitled 'One of the 71st taking a French Officer prisoner in Portugal', and on the obverse 'John Bull and his Companion Challenging Bonaparte and his relation', centred by a canal scene of a fly boat and horses with related speech bubbles, circa 1810, 204mm, spout restored.

* Theqst (Glasgow Highland) Regiment of Foot saw action in the British victory over the French at the Battle of Vimiera in Portugal on 21st August 1808. They returned to the Peninsular in 1810 before finally driving the French out of Portugal the following year. Rival boatmen on the canals were often at loggerheads as the faster fly boats overtook slower barges resulting in problems with their lines (tow ropes). See Drakard, plates 246, 584 and 608. £400-500
143.    Peninsular Campaign: a pearlware jug printed in blue, red and black with a badge named 'The Spanish Patriots Cockade' centred by the initials JB, circa 1810, 155mm, restored £80-120
144.    1812 Earl Wellington: a small silver lustre lined jug moulded with colourful sprays of hops and barley centred by a named head and shoulders profile in military uniform, 120mm, restored.

*An Earldom was conferred upon Wellington in February 1812 following the Battle of Ciudad Rodrigo. He was made a Marquess in August 1812 following the Battle of Salamanca. See Commemorative Pottery, page105 (c) for a description of this jug. £100-120
145.    Marquis Wellington: a yellow pottery jug lined in silver and printed in grey with named classical profile and on the reverse royal symbols, circa 1812, 138mm, foot restored.

* Wellington was made a Marquis in August 1812. £100-150
146.    21st June 1813 Battle of Vittoria and Wellington: a silver resist jug printed in black and decorated in colours with an inscribed equestrian portrait and on the reverse an oval panel detailing battle honours, 148mm, spout restored, star crack to base, enamel flaking.

* Following victory at Vittoria the French casualties were less than they might have been on account of many British soldiers, rather than pursuing the enemy, plundered the abandoned French wagons which contained the 'loot of a Kingdom'; an incident which enraged Wellington. See Commemorative Pottery, plate 173. £140-180
147.    21st June 1813 Battle of Vittoria: a brown stoneware jug set with a lion's head handle, banded in blue and applied in white with a named equestrian portrait of Wellington being hailed by a soldier waving a ribbon inscribed 'Vittoria' and another tendering a baton resembling that of a Field Marshall, on the reverse a scene depicting a captured cannon, French standard and a chest marked 'Plunder', 185mm, hairline cracks to rim, spout and handle.

* See footnote to the previous lot and Commemorative Pottery, page 106 (g). £140-180
148.    1812 Napoleon's Russian Campaign: a pearlware jug banded in silver, printed in black and decorated in colours with two cartoons, 139mm, spout and rim restored.

* A Cossacks Mode of Attack is after the engraving of the same title published by Samuel Knight on 1st January 1813. See Drakard, plates 636, 637 and 692. £150-180
149.    The 1812 War with America: an Enoch Wood pottery plate printed in blue with a scene entitled 'Commodore MacDonnoughs Victory', the underside with impressed mark, 193mm

* Thomas Macdonough was commander of the Lake Champlain squadron and overcame the British navy on 11th September 1814. £40-60
150.    1813 Le Brun Departing Holland: a silver banded pearlware jug printed in black and decorated in colours with scenes entitled 'Le Brun Leaving Holland' and 'Cossack Mode of Attack', 146mm, spout restored.

* Following Napoleon's defeat at the Battle of Leipzig in October 1813 Charles-Francois Lebrun, Napoleon's appointed Governor-General of the Netherlands, fled. Willem Frederik, Prince of Orange landed in Holland on 30th November. See Drakard, plate 711. £180-220
151.    Wellington and Blucher: a pale blue coloured white stoneware jug moulded with named half-length portraits centred by cornucopia and shaking hands inscribed 'Peace & Plenty', circa 1815, 135mm, spout restored £80-100
152.    Commanders and Monarchs of Napoleon's Enemies: a pearlware puzzle jug printed en-grisaille and enamelled in colours with a spray of flowers of the Union incorporating eight hidden heads in profile, flanked by floral and foliate vignettes, the underside inscribed with the names of those depicted, circa 1815, 135mm, restoration and over spray £180-220
153.    1815 Waterloo: a particularly poignant creamware jug printed in black with a cartoon depicting a caged Napoleon being taken by two sailors in a boat, with associated speech bubbles, on the reverse a scene of a parson being offered an infant together with related verse entitled 'The Tythe Pig', 196mm, restored.

* Probably the last depiction of Napoleon following his defeat at Waterloo. The reference to Meg of Wapping, in the speech bubble of the sailor at the helm, may refer to one Magderlina de Coursey, a French noblewoman of beauty who fled France and settled in Wapping High Street where she appears to have taken no less than seven husbands. Exposed at a bigamist she was deported and lived out her life in the Balearics. The naval association with Wapping, where press gangs operated, is well documented. See a satire published 12th April 1797 by Laurie & Whittle entitled Meg of Wapping (British Museum number 1948,0214.402) and Drakard, plate 729. £300-400
154.    Duke of Wellington: an octagonal pottery plaque moulded in bold relief with a colourful profile depicted in blue military tunic, the reverse affixed with a paper label inscribed in ink, possibly 20th century, 180mm high £120-140
155.    Nelson in Memoriam: a rare and particularly fine gilt decorated porcelain jug by Barr Flight & Barr printed en-grisaille with a reverse signed pencil drawn head and shoulders portrait flanked by a French eagle standard the shaft entwined with serpents and a dove of Peace, the underside with impressed mark of initials surmounted by a crown, circa 1807, 148mm.

* This mirror-image portrait is after the recently discovered sketch of Nelson by Albin Roberts Burt done in pencil on silk probably about 1802. The original is signed A.R. Burt as is this version although here in mirrored format. Burt's brother Henry Frederick was Nelson's secretary and Burt himself a close friend of both Sir William and Emma Hamilton. He trained initially as an engraver under Robert Threw and Benjamin Smith. Adverts affixed to the reverse of some of his works stated that he had invented a machine by which the most accurate likenesses can be taken. It is likely that in searching for a suitable posthumous portrait of Nelson this very personal likeness was settled upon by Barr Flight & Barr and reproduced, by virtue of Burt's invention, as a mirror image.
There is no record of this portrait in either Richard Walker's 1998 seminal or his 1985 Regency Portraits catalogue. The recently discovered original pencil drawing was sold by Charles Miller Ltd in their Maritime and Scientific Models, Instruments and Art auction on 8th November 2016 as lot 71 with a provenance described as UK private collection.
Barr Flight & Barr are recorded as operating between 1807 and 1813. Proceeds from the sale of this lot will go to benefit various charities. £1000-2000
156.    Sir Charles Napier: a Staffordshire pottery figure, circa 1854, 287mm neck restored.

* See Staffordshire Pottery figures C249,102. £30-40
157.    1854 Battle of Inkerman: a good pottery mug printed in black with a named battle scene, 103mm.

* See Commemorative Pottery plate 182. £80-120
158.    A set of four early-19th century Dresden porcelain figures depicting: drummers of the 3rd (legs repaired and drum stick glued) and Coldstream Guards (drum stick glued), officer of the Coldstream Guards (plume glued) and Gordon Highlander also a figure of Augereau, named on the reverse, 288mm, each with blue printed mark and impressed digits to the underside (5) £150-300
159.    Napoleon and His Commanders: a set of fifteen mid-20th century continental porcelain figures in the manner of Kister Porcelain of Scheibe-Alsbach in Germany, each on named bases dated on the reverse with birth and death, the undersides with impressed detail and blue cross marks, Bouvion with lower part of scabbard missing and Ney with repaired scroll, generally about 225 mm (15) £300-600
160.    1894 Franco-Russian Alliance: a blue glass decanter of mallet shape enamelled and inscribed in gilt 'Cronstadt, Paris, Toulon', 235mm, neck cracked.

* The Franco-Russian Alliance of 1894 to 1917 was preceded by a visit of the French navy to Cronstadt in the Gulf of Finland on 23rd July 1891 and a reciprocal visit by the Russian navy to Toulon on 13th October 1893. British treaties with France in 1904 and Russia in 1907 resulted in the Triple Entente. £20-40
161.    Tsar Alexander 1st: a French pottery plate printed in black with a named portrait, the reverse with printed mark, circa 1815, 214mm.

* From a series of French pottery plates depicting European rulers including the Prince Regent. £80-100
162.    1874 Grand Duchess Maria and Duke of Edinburgh: a barrel shaped pottery mug printed in mauve with named portraits centred by the Russian coat of arms, restored.

* Maria, daughter of Tsar Alexander II married the Prince Alfred, Duke of Edinburgh in 1874. £40-80
163.    1883 Coronation of Tsar Alexander III: a brown glazed pottery beaker impressed with Russian coat of arms and date, hairline crack £30-60
164.    Tsar Nicholas II and Tsarina: a glass beaker enamelled in colours and gilt with entwined initials and the Russian eagle, circa 1896.

* Nicholas married Alexandra of Hesse on 26th November 1894 and their coronation took place on 26th May 1896. £20-40
165.    Tsar Alexander II an early-20th century pottery plate by M.S. Kuznetsov factory printed with an inscribed portrait (The Tsar of Freedom), the reverse with printed mark, 240mm, chipped.

* Alexander II was Tsar 1855 to 1881; Kuznetsov factory was extant 1898 to 1918. £30-40
166.    Tsar Paul: a late-19th century porcelain plate by Kornilov factory printed in iron red with a crowned monogram, the reverse marked, 240mm.

* Paul was Tsar 1796 to 1801; Kornilov factory was extant 1884 to 1917. £25-35
167.    1887 Jubilee: a rare Doulton slender stoneware vase the moulded body coloured green and applied in white with portrait oval, flowers and foliage, impressed mark, 175mm £30-50
168.    Victoria's Jubilee: a Doulton Burslem jug by Pinder Bourne, the moulded tapering body decorated in blue and printed in brown with portraits on gold reserve, 176mm £40-50
169.    1887 Jubilee: a quatrelobe plate printed in brown, another by Hines with portrait of the Prince of Wales, a miniature dated dish for T. Goode & Co and a colourful plaque, feet missing (4) £30-50
170.    George VI: an archive of ephemera addressed to Mr D. (later Sir Daniel) Davies in respect of the coronation of 1937, the 1952 lying in state and subsequent funeral including invitations, related letters, a telegram, passes from the Earl Marshall also ceremonial and bound copies of the order of service (a lot).

* Davies was physician to the Royal Household. £40-80
171.    An archive of ephemera relating to the coronation in 1953 including invitations, passes, letters and instructions from the Earl Marshall also ceremonial and bound copies of the order of service together with photographs of Nye Bevan, Lord Horder and Brendan Bracken and an invitation on vellum in respect of Pope Pius XII and Illustrated London News and others (a lot).

* Davies was physician to the Royal Household and a close friend of both Aneurin 'Nye' Bevan and Brendan Bracken. £30-60
172.    1831 Coronation: an unusual cylindrical pottery mug printed in puce with named portraits centred by a scene from the procession, 71mm, hairline crack to top of handle.

* See Commemorative Pottery, plate 81 £120-160
173.    1840 Princess Royal: a small cylindrical mug printed in grey with a scene of ponies pulling a dog cart and attendant figures in a garden, the interior rim inscribed with name, 68mm, the foot rim with manufacturing flaw.

* See Commemorative Pottery, plate 109 £150-250
174.    Frederick the Great: a Worcester cylindrical porcelain mug transfer printed in black with an engraved named portrait by Robert Hancock and a winged figure of Fame, centred by military trophies and flags each inscribed with battle honours, signed with RH monogram and anchor rebus, circa 1760, 86mm, restored rim chip opposite handle.

* Frederick the Great, King of Prussia was the great nephew of George I. Following the Westminster Convention of January 1756, he enjoyed the support of the English. An accomplished military strategist he was eventually victorious in the Seven Years War of 1756 to 1763 leading to the power of Prussia in Europe. See Willett, plate 116. £120-180
175.    George III and Queen Charlotte: a creamware tea caddy with domed cover, the hexagonal body moulded with half-length portraits painted in brightly coloured enamels alternating with floral spays, the shoulders inscribed 'Ann Wright', circa 1762, 186mm, rim chipped, cracked horizontally around the majority of the base, small firing crack to extremity of shoulder and cover restored.

* The portrait of Charlotte is after the engraving by Thomas Fyre dated 1762. See Hallinan, plate 18. £250-350
176.    Prince William (later William IV): a rare Wedgwood & Co creamware jug the bellied body printed in black with a half-length portrait inscribed 'THE ROYAL BRITISH TAR' together with loyal toast beneath, on the reverse a scene of a naval engagement, impressed mark, circa 1790, 211mm, restoration to spout and underside.

* Having served in the Navy in the Americas since 1780 William returned to Britain in April 1789 as a consequence of his father's madness. He was created Duke of Clarence and St. Albans by George III on 16th May so that he would be unable stand as the member of Parliament for Totnes, his political views being at odds with those of his father. Godden records the use of the Wedgwood & Co impressed mark as probably by Ralph Wedgwood & Co from 1790. Ex Herbert Ward Collection, lot 809, 8th September 1990 and Richardson Collection, lot 96, 9th February 2000 both by Bonhams. See Commemorative Pottery, plate 29 and Drakard, plate 445. £600-900
177.    George III: a pearlware bowl printed in blue with central inscribed portrait and military trophies within an elaborate border, the exterior with views of Chinese pavilions, figures and elephants, circa 1793, 254mm, foot cut down and rim restored £160-200
178.    1794 Duke of York: a creamware jug the bellied body printed in black with a named equestrian portrait and on the reverse the full-length figure of a drunk man above four lines of verse, centred by the inscription 'John Steel Another Jug and then 1794', 235mm, restored crack to lower part of body £300-400
179.    George Prince of Wales and Caroline Princess of Wales: a pair of Wedgwood blue jasperware oval portrait medallions each applied in white with elaborately hatted head and shoulder profiles, probably 19th century or later, both 133mm high, overmounted and framed.

* The portrait of George is attributed to Flaxman and was taken from the drawing by Edmund Scott, depicting him in the uniform of Colonel of the 10th Light Dragoons. It dates from an early period than the portrait of Caroline, which is also attributed to Flaxman after Edmund Scott and was engraved by T. Barrow in 1795. Depicted in complimentary extravagant headwear it seems probable that this pair of plaques was originally made to celebrate their wedding on 8th April 1795 however Wedgwood may well have reissued these medallions at a later date. See Wedgwood the Portrait Medallions by Reilly & Savage, pages 83 and 168. Each apparently impressed with sitter's names and Wedgwood on the reverse, however reframed since acquisition and not dismantled for examination. £300-600
180.    June 1820 George and Caroline: a hand-coloured engraving entitled 'A Scene in the New Farce of the Lady and the Devil' by Isaac Robert Cruikshank, published by Benbow, 235 x 340mm, overmounted and framed, ink signed Robert, small repair bottom right.

* Caroline arrived in London on 6th June 1820. See George IV by Kenneth Baker, page 163 and British Museum Satires Catalogue 13728 although described as being published by McCleary. £120-150
181.    1820 Queen Caroline: an unusual pink lustre decorated porcelaineous jug with brown printed named portrait and flowers and foliage in colours, decorated and inscribed on the reverse with four lines of loyal verse, centred by the inscription 'Elizabeth Smith, Thurveston 1820', 132mm. * Thurveston is a village in Derbyshire. £180-220
182.    Queen Caroline: a pink lustre banded pearlware jug printed in black with a named portrait and on the reverse a cartouche of four lines of loyal verse, circa 1820, 145mm, small crack to base.

* This likeness of Caroline is the re-named version of Princess Charlotte. See Commemorative Pottery plates 49 and 53. £120-150
183.    1820 Royal Divorce Proceedings: a copper banded and pink lined lustre jug printed in black with a named portrait and on the reverse inscribed with a verse form 'The Green Bag' rhyme within a foliate and ribboned cartouche detailing her supporters, 145mm, spout restored.

* See Drakard, plates 747, 748 and 749. £120-150
184.    1821 Coronation of George IV: a rare pearlware trumpet shaped vase printed in black with an equestrian portrait inscribed 'The Champion of England at the Coronation of George IV' and on the reverse a memorial portrait of George III, 130mm, fine hairline crack.

* Originating in feudal law of the 14th century the challenge of the King's Champion was last exercised at the banquet immediately following the lavish coronation service of George IV on 19th July 1821. On that occasion Henry Dymoke performed the role as Protector of the Monarch. Dressed in full armour astride a piebald charger he entered Westminster Hall and on throwing down a gauntlet demanded of the assembled company if anyone might challenge the sovereign right of George IV. £300-400
185.    1821 Queen Caroline in Memoriam: a pair of pearlware nursery plates, the floral and foliate moulded borders decorated in yellow and green, centred by scenes of the funeral procession and cortege printed in blue, 139mm, cortege plate with chip to underside, procession plate repaired.

* See Commemorative Pottery, plate 71 for the procession print. £250-300
186.    George IV: a trumpet shaped porcelain portrait vase, possibly by Spode, painted with a portrait and on the reverse spray of flowers, gilt decoration, named and numbered 262 on the underside, circa 1823, 158mm, restored rim chip £250-350
187.    Duke of York: a trumpet shaped porcelain portrait vase, possibly by Spode, painted with a portrait and on the reverse spray of flowers, gilt decoration, named and numbered 262 on the underside, circa 1823, 154mm £300-400
188.    1831 Coronation of William IV: a pottery jug the florette and trellis moulded body printed in blue with portraits and regal trophies within scrolling cartouches, 172mm, restored handle and body below £80-120
189.    Plates: The Truant (334) oakleaf border with profuse gilt decoration, Tremadoc (430) green female border lined in blue and gilt, three Philadelphia plates each with star border and six side plates (11) £40-60
190.    A good baluster shaped mug: Snap Dragon (253) and Blind Man's Buff (246) green ground lined in red and gilt. 102mm £60-80
191.    A good chamberstick: Bridge Across the Gap (409) and Tyrolese Village Scene (410) green ground, gold line decoration, 102mm diameter £80-100
192.    A pair of porcelain dessert plates: Trentham Hall (426) and Monastery at Alton Towers (427) buff and gilt scroll decorated crimson borders, the reverse of each named (2) £30-40
193.    A pair of dessert plates: Tremadoc (430) and Haddon Hall (435) green female borders lined in blue and gilt (2) £30-50
194.    A shallow comport: Haddon hall (435) green female border lined in blue and gilt and two others with female borders: Haddon (435) and Chatsworth (437) (3) £30-40
195.    Two good malachite mugs: Passing the Pipe (404) 92mm and The Jolly Topers (406) 122mm (2) £50-100
196.    A good cylindrical malachite mug with moulded foot and rim: The Smokers (405) £40-50
197.    A particularly rare large loving cup: Dressing My Lady's Hair (434) and Balaklava Inkerman Alma (166) green ground, the inner rim banded with fruiting vines, gold line decoration, 165mm.

* Ex Grant collection sold Puttick & Simpson 13th January 1965, lot 171; Jenkins collection sold Phillips 5th June 1991, lot 57 and Ken Smith collection. See The Pictorial Pot Lid Book by H. Clarke, 1970, page 250 for an illustration of this loving cup. £300-400
198.    A large loving cup printed with flowers, animals and eggs, 200mm minor hairline crack to foot £50-80
199.    Two good small jugs, 83mm, a oviform jug, rim chip, an unusual mustard pot with hinged pewter cover, two pin trays and a loving cup (7) £30-60
200.    Three jugs of graduated size each with pewter lids: Shells, tallest 278mm with fine hairline crack and another (4) £30-40
201.    A good malachite tobacco jar, cover and plunger: The Smokers (405) 122mm (3) £200-400
202.    A malachite tobacco jar, cover and plunger: Passing the Pipe (404) 127mm, tiny glaze chips to rim also chip and hairline crack to underside of lid (3) £150-200
203.    A malachite tobacco jar, cover and plunger: Jolly Topers (406) body and cover repaired (3) £50-100
204.    A toothbush holder and cover: Shells, the underside with T.J. & J. Mayer stamp, small chip to foot, 246mm long and the matching soap dish and cover, chip to cover (4) £30-40
205.    Three shallow comports of varying shape: Bouquet, green harebell borders (3) £15-25
206.    A good set of six malachite plates (6) £60-100
207.    Pegwell Bay (69) and St Paul's (94) both cracked and The Smokers (93) restored (3) £40-60
208.    The Smokers (93) Sir Harry Jones (79) both restored and Venice (84) chipped (3) £40-60
209.    Constantinople (80) and Venice (84) restored (2) £30-40
210.    Constantinople (80) two examples, both chipped (2) £20-40
211.    Pegwell Bay, Kent (69) a good example £30-60
212.    The Stone Jetty (89) minor hairline crack to foot and Mending the Nets (70) rim repaired (2) £30-50
213.    Four toothpaste lids, two cold cream lids and an Army and Navy meat lid, each with a base (14) £30-40
214.    Genuine Russian Bears Grease,45mm, a good example together with well-fitting base (2) £100-300
215.    James Atkinson's Bears Grease, 4s, gold line decoration, 69mm, a good example £100-200
216.    Patey & Co Genuine Bears Grease, 79mm, a good example £200-300
217.    Genuine Russian Bears Grease, 73mm, a good example £100-200
218.    River Scene with Boat, RW (61) £60-90
219.    Wellington with Clasped Hands (160A) medium £30-40
220.    A collection of 58 various turned wood pot lid frames also five pot lid reference books (a lot) £50-100
221.    Alas, Poor Bruin (1) Dangerous Skating (249) and The Listener (363) (3) £30-50
222.    Four Pegwell Bay lids (4) £30-50
223.    Four pot lids, Pretty Kettle chipped (4) £30-40
224.    Four pot lids (4) £30-50
225.    Dr Johnson (175) framed Allied Generals (168) flange restored and two others (4) £30-40
226.    Two Shakespeare and two buildings lids (4) £30-50
227.    Four war related lids (4) £30-50
228.    Chin Chew River (318) black mottled border and Shells (52B) large (2) £40-60
229.    Four pot lids (4) £40-50
230.    Four pot lids (4) £40-50
231.    Four pot lids (4) £40-50
232.    Youth and Age (366) The Boar Hunt (262) both later issues and Chief's Return (248) (3) £50-80
233.    Four pot lids (4) £30-50
234.    Four pot lids (4) £30-50
235.    Summer (342A) Autumn (342B) French Street (312) and Strasbourg (331) framed (4) £40-50
236.    Milking the Cow (391) with base and three other lids (5) £40-50
237.    Injury (50) Revenge (51) Fording the Stream (335) and three Pegwell Bay subjects, each with matching frame (6) £40-80
238.    Six figural lids each with matching frame (6) £40-80
239.    Red Bull Inn (359) medium, The Waterfall (365) The Skaters (258) and three figural lids, each with matching frame (6) £40-80
240.    The Queen God Bless Her (319) Red Bull Inn (359) two varieties, Shepherd and Shepherdess, Sandringham (181) and Dangerous Skating (249) each framed (7) £40-80
241.    Two green trinket set lids and bases, both lids with restored chips, a blue cylindrical box and cover, restored and a pink trinket set lid and base: Continental Street Scene (336) (8) £40-80
242.    Pink trinket set lids and bases: Medieval Mansion (374) Ruined Chancel (376) base chipped, Watering Cattle (377) base chipped and Monastic Ruins (371) restored (8) £50-100
243.    Drayton manor (179) the reverse inscribed 24 in black beneath the glaze, with base (2). * Quite possibly done as a trial version given the quality of printing and numbered reverse. £25-35
244.    Osborne House (182) medium, with base (2) £25-30
245.    Strathfieldsaye (188) with base (2) £20-30
246.    Strasburg (331) green marbled border and flange together with a black marbled base (2) £25-35
247.    Alas! Poor Bruin (1) brown fancy border, 89mm £70-90
248.    Bear Attacked by Dogs (2) 86mm £250-350
249.    Bear Hunting (4) 119 & 120, gold line, 75mm £100-150
250.    The Prowling Bear (5) 73mm, bull nose restored in places £400-800
251.    The Bear Pit (6) without dome, 73mm £30-40
252.    The Bear Pit (6) with dome, 75mm £25-35
253.    The Bear Pit (6) with dome, brown fancy border, 90mm £40-60
254.    Bears Reading Newspapers (7) 75mm, tiny chip to bullnose at three o'clock £600-900
255.    Bears at School (9) 75mm £30-40
256.    Bears on Rock (10) brown bears. 91mm, with base (2) £80-120
257.    Bears with Valentines (11) 70mm, small restored chip to bullnose at ten o'clock £400-800
258.    The Performing Bear (12) 71mm £400-600
259.    Shooting Bears (13) 84mm and four reference books (4) £25-35
260.    Shooting Bears (13) brown fancy border, 89mm £40-60
261.    Bear in a Ravine (14) 62mm, with base (2) £800-1200
262.    The Ins (15) 73mm £80-120
263.    The Outs (16) 78mm, flange drilled £80-120
264.    Arctic Expedition in Search of Sir John Franklin (17) 76mm, flange restored at two and six o'clock £200-300
265.    Polar Bears (18) with moon, gold line, 74mm, stained, with base (2) £140-180
266.    Polar Bears (18) without moon, gold line, 76mm, with base (2) £140-180
267.    Bear, Lion and Cock (19) 77mm £20-30
268.    All But Trapped (20) 84mm, restored chip to edge at eleven o'clock above tip of crown £500-800
269.    Bear in a Cave (21) 73mm, with base (2) £1500-3000
270.    A Gay Dog (268) (A Very Great Bear - Mortimer 23) 73mm, flange chipped and cracked, small chip to bullnose at three o'clock £1000-1500
271.    Bay of Naples (124) an exhibition lid with wide gold banded border, 102mm. * Ex Ball collection, lot 636C £1800-2400
272.    Napirima (225) large, an exhibition lid with wide gold banded border, 135mm £1800-2400
273.    Napirima (225A) with advertising, 122mm, rim chip restored at seven o'clock £250-350
274.    Shakespeare's Birthplace, Exterior (226) and Interior (227) both with leaf and scroll decoration, both 101mm (2) £100-200
275.    Anne Hathaway's Cottage (228) leaf and scroll decoration, 101mm, fine hairline crack £30-50
276.    Holy Trinity Church, Stratford upon Avon (229) leaf and scroll decoration, 120mm £400-600
277.    Hamlet and His Fathers Ghost (231) 106mm and Seven Ages of Man (230) rim chips and hairline crack and The Boar Hunt (262) later issue (3) £40-60
278.    The Village Wakes (232) 71mm, small glaze blemish near edge at nine o'clock £60-90
279.    May Day Dancers at the Swan Inn (233) The Village Wedding (240) and Il Penseroso (235) framed (3) £30-60
280.    Pet Rabbits (234) chip to bullnose at eight o'clock £600-1000
281.    The Swing (239) and Children of Flora (237) £40-60
282.    The Parish Beadle (236) black lined border, 92mm, stained £50-70
283.    Xmas Eve (238) black lined border, 88mm £100-150
284.    Out Home (241) 93mm £60-100
285.    Our Pets (242) 92mm, minor glaze blemish near edge at eight o'clock.* Ex Mortimer collection, lot 223A £60-80
286.    The Buffalo Hunt (243) 129mm, repair to flange and hairline crack at nine o'clock.

* Ex Cohen collection, sold Puttick & Simpson, 12th May 1970, lot 235 £1000-2000
287.    A False Move (251) twin gold lined border slightly rubbed, green flange, 128mm £400-800
288.    Bears on Rock (10) and Lady with Guitar (107) extra small with fine hairline crack, with base (3) £30-50
289.    Shrimpers (63) malachite flange, hairline crack, with matching base, Nelson Crescent (43) and four Pegwell Bay lids (7) £30-50
290.    The Bride (97) black lined border, An Eastern Repast (98) and Eastern Lady (99) (3) £50-70
291.    Albert Memorial (190) and four lids featuring buildings (5) £40-60
292.    Four figural lids each with small rim chips (4) £20-40
293.    The Blue Boy (174) Sebastopol (209) Cattle and Ruins (315) and Our Pets (242) restored (4) £50-50
294.    Parish Beadle (236) Begging Dog (270) Fisherboy (341) and Lady, Boy and Goats (316) each with a base (8) £50-70
295.    Alexandra Palace (200) War (219) and Peace (220) each with a base (6) £50-70
296.    A Seashore Study (393) The Donkey's Foal (396) and Tyrolese Village Scene (397) each with a base (6) £40-60
297.    Alas! Poor Bruin (1) fancy border, Bear Lion and Cock (19) both framed (2) £40-60
298.    The Bear Pit (6) Bears at School (9) Shooting Bears (13) each framed (3) £40-60
299.    Pegwell Bay with Carriage (28) Established 1760 (25) Lobster Fishing (24) later issue and Margate (39) hairline crack, each framed (4) £30-50
300.    Walmer Castle (45) Ramsgate (42) Landing the Fare (38) and two others both cracked, each framed (5) £30-50
301.    Examining the Nets (54) Landing the Catch (55) The Fishbarrow (58) and two others both chipped, each framed (5) £30-50
302.    Mending the Nets (56) The Fishmarket (57) The Fishbarrow (58) The Shrimpers (63) each framed (4) £30-50
303.    The Trysting Place (118) and The Lovers (119) both framed (2) £30-40
304.    Grand International Buildings (133) and Opening Ceremony (140) restored, both framed (2) £30-40
305.    L'Exposition Universelle ((145) Philadelphia (147) and Paris (148) each framed (3) £30-50
306.    Queen Victoria on Balcony (150) Late Prince Consort (153) and Wellington (160) each framed (3) £30-50
307.    Allied Generals (168) Sir Robert Peel (170) Meeting of Garibaldi and Emmanuel (211) each framed (3) £30-40
308.    Drayton Manor (179) Holy Trinity (229) and Osborne House (182) each framed (3) £30-50
309.    Osborne House (182) and Strathfieldsay (187 and 188) each framed (3) £40-60
310.    St Paul's Cathedral (192A) Eleanor Cross (194) St Paul's and River Pageant (185) chipped and New St Thomas's (203) cracked, each framed (4) £30-50
311.    Four lids of London buildings, each framed (4) £30-50
312.    Four lids of London Buildings, each framed (4) £30-50
313.    Four war related lids, each framed (4) £30-50
314.    The Volunteers (214) tiny rim chip and Old Jack (215) both framed (2) £30-50
315.    Five war related lids, each framed (5) £40-60
316.    Four Shakespeare related lids, each framed (5) £40-50
317.    Chin Chew River (218) Harbour of Hong Kong (221) Il Penseroso (235) and Village Wedding (240) each framed (4) £30-40
318.    Blind Man's Buff (246) Dangerous Skating (249) and Snap Dragon (253) each framed (3) £30-50
319.    A Fix (256) two varieties, A Pair (252) Fair Sportswoman (250) each framed (4) £30-60
320.    Four field sport related lids, each framed (4) £30-50
321.    Four animal related lids, one chipped (4) £30-50
322.    Begging Dog (270) Dutch Winter Scene (308) Faithful Shepherd (309) and Little Red Riding Hood (9358) hairline crack, each framed (4) £40-60
323.    Four figural lids, each framed (4) £30-50
324.    Four animal related lids, one with hairline crack, each framed (4) £40-60
325.    Four figural lids, each framed (4) £30-50
326.    Shepherdess (325) Shepherd Boy (326) Flute Player (337) and Vue de la Ville de Strasbourg (333) each framed (4) £40-60
327.    Four figural lids, each framed (40) £40-60
328.    Tam o Shanter and Souter Johnny (346) Tam o Shanter (347) Red Bull Inn (359) and Transplanting Rice (332) each framed (4) £30-50
329.    The Picnic (354) The Swing (239) chipped Preparing for the Ride (351) and The Skaters (258) hairline crack, each framed (4) £30-50
330.    Four figural lids, each framed (4) £30-50
331.    Six lids, each defective and framed (6) £30-50