Commemoratives, Fairings, Staffordshire Figures and Cottages,
Pot Lids and Prattware Auction on Tuesday 2nd May 2023

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1.      Children's meeting; Which is prettiest? Chipped and Going, going, gone, chipped (3) (fairings conta and boehme) 30-40
2.      Who said rats? Five o'clock tea, chipped and Can you do this Grandma, chipped (3) (fairings conta and boehme) 30-40
3.      Sarah's young man, restored; Happy father, repaired and Oysters sir? chipped (3) (fairings conta and boehme) 20-40
4.      Slack; Returning from the ball and Fair play boys, chipped (3) (fairings conta and boehme) 30-40
5.      Benoni and Leila, hairline crack; If you please sir, chipped and The wedding night, chipped (3) (fairings conta and boehme) 30-50
6.      Favourable opportunity; Now marm say when and Come along these flowers (3) (fairings conta and boehme) 30-50
7.      Who is coming? Restored; Kiss me quick, chipped and The power of love, chipped (3) (fairings conta and boehme) 20-40
8.      Seeing him home; Champagne Charlie, restored and a matchstriker (3) (fairings conta and boehme) 30-50
9.      How quickly they repose, chipped; Sleeping Beauty, chipped and an untitled fairing (3) (fairings conta and boehme) 30-40
10.     The murder and six various fairings from the same series (7) (fairings conta and boehme) 30-50
11.     Tug of war, both varieties (2) (fairings conta and boehme) 30-50
12.     Pluck and Tug of war (2) (fairings conta and boehme) 30-50
13.     A long pull and a strong pull, chipped and Free and independent elector, restored (2) (fairings conta and boehme) 40-60
14.     In chancery and two different views, both restored (2) (fairings conta and boehme) 30-50
15.     Open your mouth and shut your eyes (fairings conta and boehme) 60-90
16.     Kiss me quick (cycling variety), restored (fairings conta and boehme) 50-80
17.     The girls of the period, restored (fairings conta and boehme) 50-80
18.     Beware of a collision, restored (fairings conta and boehme) 50-80
19.     Every vehicle drawn, restored (fairings conta and boehme) 60-90
20.     No followers allowed, good condition and Trespassing, hands chipped (2) (fairings conta and boehme) 25-35
21.     A good Staffordshire group depicting Florence Nightingale with a wounded officer, titled in raised letters, gilded, circa 1855, 261mm (staffordshire pottery) 30-60
22.     A Staffordshire equestrian figure of the Duke of Connaught on well coloured base titled in raised lettering, circa 1882, 301mm, underside and rear of base cracked and a good equestrian figure of Queen Victoria, circa 1840, 227mm (2) * See Pugh C307, figure 116 and A139, figure 106. (staffordshire pottery) 50-100
23.     A Staffordshire equestrian figure entitled 'The Princess', probably circa 1892, 201mm * These figures, produced by Thomas Parr, were entitled 'The Princess' following her betrothal to the Prince of Wales in 1862 and subsequently renamed 'Princess of Wales' following their marriage in 1863. They were widely produced until the turn of the century by William Kent although invariably of inferior colouring. See Pugh A157, figure 204 and 204A. (staffordshire pottery) 50-80
24.     A pair of equestrian Staffordshire figures of Sir Robert and Lady Sale, circa 1842, 204mm, his left and her right hands with small chips * Sir Robert Sale was in command of the British retreat from Kabul in 1842. See Pugh C236, figures 66 and 67 also inside back and front covers. (staffordshire pottery) 140-180
25.     A good and colourful Staffordshire pottery group entitled 'The Rivals' in raised git letters, circa 1850, 312mm (staffordshire pottery) 30-60
26.     A Staffordshire pottery group depicting an angle standing between Britannia and Ireland on a well painted base, circa 1882, 316mm, hairline crack to angel's left wing * The Kilmainham Peace Treaty between England and Ireland was signed in 1882. See Pugh B196, figure 56. (staffordshire pottery) 40-80
27.     A colourful Staffordshire pottery group depicting Highland figures at a well, chips to foot and vase spout, 280mm and a clock group of hunters with a reclining deer, both circa 1850, deer's head restored (2) (staffordshire pottery) 40-60
28.     A colourful Staffordshire pottery group of two females standing upon a bridge with swans beneath, circa 1850. 265mm, swans and vase rim restored and a Wesley clock group, cracked (2) (staffordshire pottery) 30-40
29.     Prince Albert: a Staffordshire pottery figure depicted seated, circa 1841, crack to underside, 178mm and a figure of Nelson unusually depicted with his right arm in a sling, neck restored (2) * See Pugh page 129 figure 59 where the author attributes this figure to John Lloyd of Shelton. (staffordshire pottery) 30-50
30.     A Staffordshire pottery figure of Albert depicted seated, 157mm, another Victoria, both circa 1840 and another Louise Philippe, later manufacture (3) * See Pugh A126 figure 46 and A127 figure 50. (staffordshire pottery) 30-60
31.     A pair of Staffordshire figures of deer depicted standing before a bocage on well painted bases, circa 1845, 150mm, minor restoration to the right horn (staffordshire pottery) 120-240
32.     A good and colourful group by James Dudson of an embracing couple an overturned basket of fruits upon the ground, on gilt banded base, circa 1840, 165mm * See Dudson Staffordshire Figures by Audrey Dudson and Alison Morgan, figure 67. (staffordshire pottery) 120-180
33.     Prince and Princess of Wales: a good pair of figures depicted standing, named in raised letters, circa 1862, 240mm (2) (staffordshire pottery) 100-150
34.     Queen Mary: a Staffordshire equestrian figure, named in raised letters, circa 1850, 264mm, restored right front leg and underside * See Pugh A173 figure 263. (staffordshire pottery) 30-40
35.     General Sir George Brown and General Sir James Simpson: a good and colourful matched pair of Staffordshire equestrian figures, Brown being a rare untitled version, circa 1854, tallest 340mm (2) * Both Generals were commanders at Crimea. See Pugh C261 figures 149 and 150 where the author describes the Brown figure as being titled. This hitherto unrecorded variant without title is quite possibly the earliest version of the figure. (staffordshire pottery) 140-180
36.     A good and colourful Staffordshire pottery tureen and cover modelled as a goose and gosling on a basket, circa 1860, 170mm high (staffordshire pottery) 40-80
37.     A good and colourful Staffordshire pottery tureen and cover modelled as a hen on a basket, circa 1860, 230mm (staffordshire pottery) 50-100
38.     Nelson: a good and colourful Staffordshire character jug, circa 1865, 301mm, minor enamel flaking (staffordshire pottery) 30-60
39.     Louis Kossuth: a rare, well coloured and moulded Staffordshire figure, circa 1851, 272mm, neck very well restored * Kossuth was briefly leader of Hungry and settle in Britain from 1851. (staffordshire pottery) 40-80
40.     A good Staffordshire figure of a dandy holding a letter, circa 1850, 231mm (staffordshire pottery) 30-40
41.     A good and colourful Staffordshire figure of an organ grinder with his monkey, circa 1850, 381mm (staffordshire pottery) 30-40
42.     A good and colourful Staffordshire pottery group of a windmill flanked by figures holding wheatsheafs, circa 1860, 245mm (staffordshire pottery) 30-40
43.     A good and colourful Staffordshire group of a couple beside a fire and another of an infantryman beside a folly, both circa 1850 (2) (staffordshire pottery) 30-40
44.     An unusual Staffordshire figure of a seated highwayman, possibly Dick Turpin, circa 1860, 275mm, hat brim and pistol restored and a good and colourful equestrian figure of T. King, circa 1870 (2) (staffordshire pottery) 30-40
45.     Turpin and King: a good and colourful matched pair of equestrian figures, both circa 1860, 247mm (2) (staffordshire pottery) 30-40
46.     Three Staffordshire equestrian figures, smallest highwayman, circa 1880, other two circa 1870, Blackbess with restoration to legs (3) (staffordshire pottery) 30-40
47.     Two Staffordshire equestrian figures named Turpin and Princess, front leg restored, both circa 1880 and one other 'Empress' circa 1870, head repaired (3) (staffordshire pottery) 30-40
48.     A good colourful Staffordshire equestrian figure depicted in tartan holding a gun, circa 1870, 270mm and two other good equestrian figures, both circa 1880 (3) (staffordshire pottery) 30-40
49.     A good and colourful Staffordshire figure of a Highlander and goat, circa 1860, 261mm another good figure in white of a girl and a dog, circa 1870 and one other circa 1880 (3) (staffordshire pottery) 30-40
50.     A colourful Staffordshire group of a shepherd and his flock, 245mm, crack to rear and two good figures modelled with sheep, all circa 1880 (3) (staffordshire pottery) 30-40
51.     Two good Staffordshire figures both circa 1870, 225mm and one other with a seated dog, restored (3) (staffordshire pottery) 25-35
52.     Six Staffordshire equestrian groups, some restoration, repairs and later examples (6) (staffordshire pottery) 20-40
53.     A good Staffordshire equestrian group entitled 'Peace', circa 1880, 290mm and a colourful figure of a girl holding a tricolour, chipped hat and restored underside and another of a Crimea soldier and girl, her neck restored (3) (staffordshire pottery) 20-40
54.     A good Staffordshire group entitled 'Robin Hood' circa 1870, 385mm another of two figures centred by a tree, circa 1860, chip to rim and a colourful group, her head restored (3) (staffordshire pottery) 25-35
55.     A colourful pair of Staffordshire figures of fishmongers, circa 1880, 345mm, his neck restored and a pair of musicians, circa 1870, her neck restored (4) (staffordshire pottery) 30-40
56.     A good and colourful Staffordshire figure of a drummer with his monkey, circa 1880, 345mm and a group of a couple on a daybed, circa 1880, parrot restored (2) (staffordshire pottery) 20-40
57.     A good, colourful and well moulded Staffordshire figure of a man with his dog and parrot, circa 1855, 384mm, another of an archer, circa 1870, crack to rear and one other of a man and a stag, circa 1860 (3) (staffordshire pottery) 30-40
58.     A good Staffordshire group of a couple she with a tambourine, 320mm, a figure of a drummer with monkey, small chip near base and another of a couple, she with bagpipes, all circa 1870, chip to base (3) (staffordshire pottery) 30-40
59.     A colourful Staffordshire figure of a Highlander with bagpipes, circa 1870, 411mm, restored chip to hat and two clock groups, gilt stripes on pantaloons repainted (3) (staffordshire pottery) 30-40
60.     Two good Staffordshire pottery models of poodle dogs, circa 1860 and another larger, seated, 210mm, hairline crack to rear (3) (staffordshire pottery) 15-25
61.     A collection of eight 19th century Staffordshire cottage pastille burners, one with separate base, with encrusted decoration, tallest 130mm, some small chips and restorations (9) (staffordshire pottery cottage pastille) 20-40
62.     A collection of eight 19th century Staffordshire cottage pastille burners, one with separate base, with encrusted decoration, tallest 130mm, some small chips and restorations (9) (staffordshire pottery cottage pastille) 20-40
63.     A collection of eight 19th century Staffordshire cottage pastille burners, one with separate base, with encrusted decoration, tallest 130mm, some small chips and restorations (9) (staffordshire pottery cottage pastille) 20-40
64.     A collection of fourteen pottery cottage pastille burners, some later issue and some damaged and a Staffordshire posy holder modelled with birds, 85mm (15) (staffordshire pottery cottage pastille) 20-30
65.     Paul Pry: a colourful nursery plate with floral border, printed in black and decorated in colours with a named and inscribed standing figure, circa 1825, 141mm * Paul Pry by John Poole was a farce in three acts. It opened on 13th September 1825 and subsequently played in New York and Australia before returning to the Adelphi in 1851. (staffordshire pottery theatre theatrical opera musical literature) 70-90
66.     Three parian portrait busts of Handel, 202mm, Beethoven, hairline crack and Mendelssohn, repaired (3) (staffordshire pottery theatre theatrical opera musical literature) 20-40
67.     1847 Jenny Lind: a good Copeland parian bust on socle base, the reverse with impressed mark and incised with signature of Joseph Durham and date, 215mm (staffordshire pottery theatre theatrical opera musical literature) 70-90
68.     A Midsummer Night's Dream: a Worcester parian group depicting Titania and Bottom in an embrace, impressed mark, circa 1853, restored * Modelled by William Bayton Kirk whose stamp appears on the rear of the model. (staffordshire pottery theatre theatrical opera musical literature) 50-100
69.     W.S. Penley: a good Royal Doulton figure on integral octagonal base inscribed with names, printed mark, circa 1920, 178mm * Willian Sydney Penley played Lord Fancourt Babbersley 'Babbs' disguised as Donna Lucia d'Alvadoraz (the aunt from Brazil) in Brandon Thomas' farce Charley's Aunt which opened at London's Royalty Theatre in December 1892. Doulton introduced this figure in 1914 as HN35 and production continued in two subsequent and varying forms until 1938. (staffordshire pottery theatre theatrical opera musical literature) 70-100
70.     Voltaire: a good quality and colourfully enamelled Staffordshire pearlware portrait bust on integral named socle, circa 1790, 161mm, some repainting to the blue of jacket * Voltaire was the pen name of Francois-Marie Aronet famed for his wit, criticism and abhorrence of slavery. (staffordshire pottery theatre theatrical opera musical literature) 150-300
71.     Jean Jacques Rouseau: a good quality and colourfully enamelled Staffordshire pearlware portrait bust on integral named socle, circa 1790, 169mm, some restoration to the base and neck (staffordshire pottery theatre theatrical opera musical literature) 150-300
72.     Lord Byron: a colourful English porcelain portrait bust on integral named pedestal, circa 1820, 142mm (staffordshire pottery theatre theatrical opera musical literature) 70-90
73.     Three small Samson groups named in gilt: King John, Romeo and Juliet and Falstaff with page and one other, Shylock, 192mm, small chip to base (4) (staffordshire pottery theatre theatrical opera musical literature) 40-80
74.     Four miniature Samson figures of Fagan, Mr Pickwick, Capt Cuttle and Sam Weller, 100mm (4) (staffordshire pottery theatre theatrical opera musical literature) 30-60
75.     A miniature Samson portrait bust of Robert Burns, 93mm, a German porcelain figure of a crusader in chains, another Henry Lauder, a colourful moulded figure of a lady in purple cloak holding an effigy of Satyr and a miniature Royal Doulton figure of Fagin (5) (staffordshire pottery theatre theatrical opera musical literature) 50-100
76.     Three late-19th century Staffordshire figures of clowns and a continental porcelain figure of Britannia, 105mm (4) * Pugh suggests that these miniature figures were intended as samples for travelling salesmen. See Pugh E423 figures 198 and 199. (staffordshire pottery theatre theatrical opera musical literature) 40-80
77.     A good Staffordshire figure of an unidentified man standing holding a scroll, circa 1850, 133mm and a miniature Staffordshire figure probably Florence Nightingale, circa 1855 (2) * See Pugh, page 92, plate 5, figure 3. (staffordshire pottery theatre theatrical opera musical literature) 30-40
78.     A Staffordshire figure possible of a theatrical character depicted with fleur de lys head piece, circa 1850, 165mm, neck restored * See Pugh E401, figure 130 also compare with A169, figure 251 for a contemporary and similar styled figure. (staffordshire pottery theatre theatrical opera musical literature) 20-40
79.     Mme Vestris as the Broom Girl: A fine porcelain figure, possibly Chamberlains Worcester, depicted with outstretched right arm, her left arm behind her back, circa 1830, 142mm, right hand with minor restoration * Lucia Elizabeth Vestris came to pubic attention when she first played the Broom Girl at the Haymarket in 1826. (staffordshire pottery theatre theatrical opera musical literature) 100-200
80.     A Staffordshire porcelaineous figure possibly depicting Fanny Kemble, circa 1840, 140mm * In Sir Thomas Lawrence's portrait of Kemble she is depicted with hair up and in a bun. (staffordshire pottery theatre theatrical opera musical literature) 40-60
81.     Lady Macbeth: a Staffordshire pottery figure depicted with dagger and holding a bowl beside a tombstone, circa 1835, 143mm (staffordshire pottery theatre theatrical opera musical literature) 40-60
82.     T.D. Rice as Crow: a colourful Staffordshire figure, circa 1836, 145mm, some blue enamel flaking * Rice first appeared in 1836 at The Surrey Theatre, London. (staffordshire pottery theatre theatrical opera musical literature) 40-80
83.     Little Jockey: a Staffordshire porcelain figure of a girl dressed in colourful attire as a jockey, circa 1835, 175mm, restored * In William Drummond's comic opera, the part of Arinette was played by Maria Foote. (staffordshire pottery theatre theatrical opera musical literature) 40-80
84.     John Liston as Ali Baba: a rare Staffordshire figure depicted in colourful costume, circa 1815, 181mm, restoration to ankles, hand and cup (staffordshire pottery theatre theatrical opera musical literature) 40-80
85.     Isabella Glyn as Lady Macbeth: a Staffordshire figure, 201mm, left arm restored and another: William Charles Macready as Shylock, cane and hand restored, both probably by Thomas Parr, circa 1852 (2) * See Pugh E365 figure 7 and E363 figure 4. (staffordshire pottery theatre theatrical opera musical literature) 50-100
86.     Falstaff: a good Staffordshire figure depicting James Henry Hackett playing the part, probably by Thomas Parr, circa 1852, 175mm and a mid-19th century colourful group of two figures (2) * See Pugh 363 figure 3 and E369 figure 27 where the author suggests the two figures may be Falstaff and Pistol. (staffordshire pottery theatre theatrical opera musical literature) 50-100
87.     Jenny Lind as Marie: a good colourful Staffordshire figure on named base, circa 1847, 198mm and another of a girl, her hands clasped in prayer, repaired around the waist (2) * See Pugh E414 figure 83 for a white version of this well coloured figure. (staffordshire pottery theatre theatrical opera musical literature) 60-120
88.     A rare Staffordshire figure by Thomas Parr of Harlequin, circa 1845, 184mm, baton restored * See Pugh E438 figure 248 where the author differentiates between these early figures with 'comb' decoration to the base and the later 'blotch' decorated figures. (staffordshire pottery theatre theatrical opera musical literature) 100-200
89.     Sam Weller and the Pickwick Papers: a fine Staffordshire figure by James Dudson depicted as a shoe shine boy, circa 1840, 199mm * Sam Weller, Pickwick's faithful servant, was the creation of Charles Dickens in his Pickwick Papers published in 1836 and 1837. James Dudson of Hanley flourished from 1838. See Dudson, Staffordshire Figures, figure 60. (staffordshire pottery theatre theatrical opera musical literature) 80-120
90.     James Quinn as Falstaff: a Derby porcelain figure depicted in elaborate colourful costume his sword drawn, circa 1760, 204mm, right hand and sword blade also coat bottom near right hand pocket well restored * James Quinn played Falstaff in three of Shakespeare's plays: Henry IVth Part One and Part Two also The Merry Wives of Windsor. (staffordshire pottery theatre theatrical opera musical literature) 100-140
91.     Jenny Lind: a good colourful small group of two figures probably depicting Maria and Sergeant Sulpice, inner base lining not present and a group depicting Burns and Mary, both circa 1850 (2) * Lind played the part of Maria and Luigi Labache that of the sergeant. See Pugh 414, figure 165 and H498 figure 48 for a titled version of the same Burns group. (staffordshire pottery theatre theatrical opera musical literature) 40-60
92.     Shakespeare: a colourful figure unusually depicted seated, circa 1845, 175mm, firing crack to underside (staffordshire pottery theatre theatrical opera musical literature) 30-40
93.     Uncle Tom and Aunt Chloe: a rare pair of well decorated Staffordshire pottery figures by Thomas Parr, circa 1852, 170mm, the black enamelling repainted and Chloe with chip to the underside (2) * Aunt Chloe was Tom's wife in Harriet Beecher Stowe's novel Uncle Tom's Cabin. Published in 1852, it addressed slavery in the United States, attitudes towards African Americans and upon which it had a profound effect in the abolition of slavery. (staffordshire pottery theatre theatrical opera musical literature) 200-400
94.     Uncle Tom and Eva: a Staffordshire group, Eva depicted standing on the thigh of a seated Tom, the base titled, circa 1852, 267mm, cracked and enamel flaking * See Pugh B204, figure 78. (staffordshire pottery theatre theatrical opera musical literature) 30-50
95.     A colourful group by Thomas Parr depicting a couple embracing beneath an arbour, circa 1850, 257mm, toe of his left shoe repaired and one floral encrustation missing * Possibly taken from The Merchant of Venice depicting Lorenzo and Jessica, after the painting by Danial Maclise. See Pugh E371 figure 36. (staffordshire pottery theatre theatrical opera musical literature) 30-40
96.     A colourful Staffordshire group depicting Edmund Falconer playing Danny Man and Agnes Robertson as Eily O'Conner in The Coffeen Bawnby, circa 1860, 232mm, Falconer figure extensively restored and a Falstaff toby jug, handle cracked (2) * Dion Boucicault's music cover served as the inspiration for the Falconer depiction. (staffordshire pottery theatre theatrical opera musical literature) 30-40
97.     A good Staffordshire group depicting a couple he with a mask and she a veil, well gilded, circa 1850, 328mm (staffordshire pottery theatre theatrical opera musical literature) 30-50
98.     Merchant of Venice: a Staffordshire figure depicting Othello and Lago, circa 1858, 307mm, his forefinger chipped and the underside flaked * See Pugh E371, figure 31. (staffordshire pottery theatre theatrical opera musical literature) 30-50
99.     Lucrezia Borgia: a good Staffordshire group depicting Giulia Grisi as Lucrezia and Guiseppe Maria as Gennaro, circa 1847, 310mm * Donizettis opera opened at Covent Garden in 1847. See Pugh E376, figure 46. (staffordshire pottery theatre theatrical opera musical literature) 40-80
100.    Romeo and Juliet: a good Staffordshire group by Thomas Parr, the base well painted and the figures gilded, circa 1852, 267mm * Charlotte Cushman played Romeo and her sister Susan Juliet. See Pugh E363, figure 1. (staffordshire pottery theatre theatrical opera musical literature) 50-100
101.    Jenny Lind as Alice: a colourful Staffordshire figure depicted clinging to a cross, circa 1847, 355mm, cross head restored * See Pugh E410, figure 158. (staffordshire pottery theatre theatrical opera musical literature) 40-80
102.    Shakespeare: a colourful Staffordshire pottery clock group, circa 1848, 176mm, crack to foot * See Pugh H491, figure 13. (staffordshire pottery theatre theatrical opera musical literature) 30-40
103.    A good colourful Staffordshire figure of a ballet dancer, possibly Carlotta Grisi, circa 1843, 259mm * See Pugh E401 figure 130 where the author describes this figure as unidentified or perhaps that of Angelica Catalani however she retired in 1828. More probably Carlotta Grisi, who is best remembered for her title role in La Esmeralda, Giselle at Her Majesty's Theatre in 1842. (staffordshire pottery theatre theatrical opera musical literature) 100-200
104.    A circular bronze plaque cast with a profile of Gladstone, 194mm, a small cast metal military figure, a medallion with profile of King Carolus, a blue glazed Russian coronation beaker, chipped, a portrait bust named Boudica, 135mm and five plaster relief medallions: Maria Anton, Carolus V, Isabella, Socrates and an infant scribe (10) (commemorative commemorate) (commemorative commemorate) 30-40
105.    Hannah More: A white bisque figure by Minton, circa 1846, 164mm * More was fiercely opposed to slavery, a friend of Wilberforce and a leading abolitionist. Her poem 'Slavery' was published in 1788. See Parian Phenomenon, figure 171. (commemorative commemorate) 150-300
106.    1791 Rev John Wesley in memoriam: a pearlware portrait bust by Enoch Wood on integral pedestal base, the reverse applied with a circular plaque detailing dates and maker's name, 318mm, some enamel flaking * See 'Wesleyana and Methodist Pottery' published 1988 by Roger Lee, figures 2a and 3 on page 12. (commemorative commemorate) 250-500
107.    Rev John Wesley: a mid-19th century oval blue jasperware portrait plaque, probably by Adams, 93mm high (commemorative commemorate) 60-100
108.    Rev John Wesley: a mid-19th century Sunderland plaque printed in black with a profile inscribed with the society's formation in 1739 within a yellow border, 182mm * See 'Wesleyana and Methodist Pottery' published in 1988 by Roger Lee, figure 61 on page 30 for a not dis-similar plaque. (commemorative commemorate) 70-90
109.    A nursery plate printed with a named portrait of Rev J Fletcher, hairline crack and a pottery mug with named portraits of Robert Raikes and David Scott centred by an inscribed view of Bennet St Sunday School, St Pauls Manchester (2) * Raikes was the founder of the Sunday School and is acknowledged as a guiding light in the principals of education of young children. (commemorative commemorate) 30-50
110.    An alphabet plate printed with an early North Eastern Railway locomotive scene, another with a view of Tevoli Theatre, Hamburg and a Band of Hope 'The Mountain Rill' plate (3) (commemorative commemorate) 40-60
111.    An octagonal pottery jug printed with a view of the Great Exhibition, circa 1851, 182mm, star crack to base and a mug with a view of the prison gateway named 'Prince Town', restored chip to foot (2) * Prince Town on Dartmoor was built to house the prisoners from the Crimea War. (commemorative commemorate) 30-40
112.    Rev John Wesley: a good pottery jug printed in black with a profile encircled by named acolytes, the reverse inscribed, centred by an EG monogram, circa 1840, 145mm (commemorative commemorate) 240-280
113.    A Minton white parian group 'The Flight into Egypt', circa 1851, 260mm restoration * See Parian Phenomenon, figure 96. (commemorative commemorate) 50-100
114.    Boer War: A Robinson & Leadbeater parian portrait bust of Lord Roberts, 205mm, and a continental porcelain teapot and cover (3) (commemorative commemorate naval military war) 30-40
115.    Boer War: a brown pottery teapot and cover with named portraits of the commanders, circa 1900 (2) (commemorative commemorate naval military war) 30-50
116.    1900 Transvaal: a good Copeland pottery 'Subscribers Copy' tyg, 145mm (commemorative commemorate naval military war boer) 180-240
117.    A creamware bowl printed with vignettes of Neptune and sea maidens, the interior inscribed 'Success to the Resolution Cutter, John Davey Master', circa 1780, 185mm, restored * HMS Resolution was a cutter purchased by the Royal Navy in 1779. During service she captured two French and one Dutch privateer but was subsequently lost in the North Sea in 1797. (commemorative commemorate naval military war) 120-160
118.    Admiral Rodney: a pottery mug moulded as the head of the Admiral, circa 1790, 110mm, hairline crack to rim and chip to handle (commemorative commemorate naval military war) 100-150
119.    Nelson: a Prattware jug moulded with ships and figures decorated in typical palette, circa 1800, 160mm, firing crack to spout (commemorative commemorate naval military war) 100-150
120.    A creamware jug banded in green, the bellied body with scenes inscribed 'Plenty' and 'Peace', circa 1802, restored crack to spout * Following the signing of the Peace of Paris in March 1802 optimism albeit short lived returned. (commemorative commemorate naval military war) 100-150
121.    1805 Trafalgar: an unusual pearlware tea bowl and saucer printed in brown and decorated in colours in celebration and sorrow (2) (commemorative commemorate naval military war) 70-100
122.    1854 Crimea: a pair of nursery plates with moulded colourful borders centred by scenes named Balaklava and Tchernaya, hairline crack to the latter, 152mm (2) (commemorative commemorate naval military war) 50-80
123.    Crimea: a pottery jug printed with battle honours celebrating the union of England and France, circa 1855, 190mm, restored (commemorative commemorate naval military war) 30-50
124.    Crimea: a Sunderland pink lustre jug decorated in colours, 190mm, rim restored (commemorative commemorate naval military war) 80-120
125.    A nursery plate with moulded floral border, printed in pink with military scenes, circa 1860, 187mm, star crack * In June 1860 Victoria conducted two reviews of the Volunteers. (commemorative commemorate naval military war) 30-50
126.    Nelson: a good parian portrait bust by Robinson & Leadbeater, 195mm * See Parian Phenomenon, figure 770. (commemorative commemorate naval military war) 20-40
127.    1801 General Sir Ralph Abercromby: a good lightly potted Sunderland pink lustre mug printed in black and enamelled in colours with an inscribed tomb, 102mm * A skilled soldier and politician Abercromby commanded the expedition to the Mediterranean in 1801 defeating the French at Alexandria where he was shot and died seven days later. (commemorative commemorate naval military war) 250-300
128.    Great Invasion Scare: an English porcelain mug, probably Worcester, printed in black with a scene entitled 'Death or Victory', lined in gilt, circa 1803, 136mm, restored * Ex Lewinson collection. (commemorative commemorate naval military war Napoleonic) 200-300
129.    1805 Nelson in Memoriam: a creamware mug printed in black with an inscribed portrait, 125mm, restored (commemorative commemorate naval military war) 200-250
130.    1805 Nelson in Memoriam: a pearlware jug printed in black with an inscribed portrait and on the reverse eight lines of verse, 153mm, small rim chip * With J&J May in 1995. (commemorative commemorate naval military war) 200-300
131.    1895 Nelson in Memoriam: a good pearlware saucer dish printed all over in blue and centred by a cartouche inscribed 'Trafalgar', 209mm (commemorative commemorate naval military war) 220-260
132.    1813 Battle of Vittoria: a salt glazed mug applied in white with figures upon a buff ground and inscribed 'Plunder', 100mm, fine hairline crack * Victorious at Vittoria against British troops plundered the French wagons, an incident which enraged Wellington. (commemorative commemorate naval military war) 200-250
133.    Duke of Wellington and Lord Hill: a blue printed jug with named equestrian portraits, circa 1814, 145mm, spout restored * See Commemorative Pottery, plates 176 and 178. (commemorative commemorate naval military war) 200-260
134.    1814 Peace of Paris: a pearlware jug printed in grey with Britannia riding in a carriage and with Peace on the reverse, 149mm (commemorative commemorate naval military war) 220-260
135.    1848 Lord George Bentinck: A Copeland white parian portrait bust the reverse inscribed 'Count d'Orsay Sculp 1848' and impressed Copeland, 252mm, chip to socle * Bentinck, a Conservative politician, was an ardent supporter of horse racing. See Parian Phenomenon, figure 167 right. (commemorative commemorate political politics) 70-100
136.    A pair of white parian portrait busts by W.H. Goss of Disraeli and Gladstone, chipped lapel and a white bisque portrait bust on pedestal possibly depicting Pitt the Younger, the reverse indistinctly inscribed and dated 1842, chipped (3) (commemorative commemorate political politics) 50-80
137.    1876 Gladstone and Disraeli: An impressive pair of caricature figures, the bases stamped Whitman & Roth and with registration marks for 8th January 1876, 427mm, each with minor good restoration (2) (commemorative commemorate political politics) 1000-1400
138.    Lord Salisbury: a white parian portrait bust by Robinson & Leadbeater, impressed with name and maker's mark, circa 1885, 196mm and a cylindrical mug with named and dated portrait of John Bright (2) (commemorative commemorate political politics) 30-40
139.    1974 Sir Winston Churchill: A good Paragon cigar box and cover inscribed for the centenary of his birth, 253mm wide (3) (commemorative commemorate political politics) 80-120
140.    An interesting Prattware mug moulded with two similar profiles centred by another depicted with long wig, sash and Garter Star inscribed 'Clemeson for ever', decorated in typical palette, circa 1800, 115mm (commemorative commemorate political politics) 60-120
141.    1826 Mathew Bell: a pink lustre banded mug with printed inscription in brown 'Bell For-Ever'. 106mm * The 1826 Anwick by-election was a fiercely fought affair with both Bell for the Tories, polling 1380 votes, and Liddell, also the Tories, with 1562 votes being victorious. (commemorative commemorate political politics) 100-150
142.    1832 Reform: a pottery mug printed in pink with a head and shoulders portrait and on the reverse inscribed 'Reform', the underside with C&R mark, 145mm * Probably by Chesworth & Robinson of Lane End in Staffordshire. (commemorative commemorate political politics) 40-50
143.    Richard Cobden: an octagonal nursery plate printed with named portrait, circa 1840, 132mm (commemorative commemorate political politics) 30-50
144.    Corn Laws: an octagonal nursery plate printed with a harbour scene and another with agricultural images, both circa 1845 (2) (commemorative commemorate political politics) 40-60
145.    Thomas Erskin: a creamware mug the rim banded in green, printed in black with a named portrait medallion, circa 1807, 136mm, star crack to underside * Erskin was Lord Chamberlain 1806 to 1807 in the 'Ministry of all Talents' formed by Grenville and Fox during which time he was commissioned by George III to look at the morals of Caroline of Brunswick in the so called 'Delicate Investigation'. (commemorative commemorate political politics) 240-280
146.    Sir Francis Burdett and Mary Anne Taylor: a silver lustre banded pearlware jug printed in rouge de fer with named portraits, circa 1809, 114mm, handle repaired * The Mary Anne Clarke scandal involving the possible sale of commissions by the Duke of York was first raised in Parliament in January 1809 by Colonel Wardle seconded by Burdett. Mary Anne Taylor, who was tenuously related to Mary Anne Clark, was a key witness to the investigations of the House of Commons. (commemorative commemorate political politics) 200-240
147.    1810 Sir Francis Burdett: a silver lustre banded yellow pottery jug printed en-grisaille with an inscribed portrait and inscribed on the reverse with details of his imprisonment in the Tower, 115mm, cracked and spout restored (commemorative commemorate political politics) 180-220
148.    An unusual mid-19th century stoneware flask depicting a crowned Victoria in a crinoline, the treacle glazed voluminous body decorated in cream, 255mm, neck well restored (commemorative commemorate royal royalty) 180-220
149.    1953 Coronation: a Minton orb, profusely gilded 150mm (2) (commemorative commemorate royal royalty) 80-120
150.    1953 Coronation: a Royal Albert loving cup, 130mm (commemorative commemorate royal royalty) 80-120
151.    A particularly good postcard album comprising two printed images and 298 unused postcards chronicling the British Royal Family from 1900 to the mid-1950s including many images of the late Queen as Princess Elizabeth by Adams, Vandyke etc (a lot) (commemorative commemorate royal royalty) 150-300
152.    George III: an attractive pearlware loving cup, the lightly potted body on a spreading foot, painted in blue on both sides 'God Save the King' within scrolling cartouches, the rim with cross hatch banding, circa 1789, 130mm, small restored chip to foot * In 1789 the King's health declined and hasty arrangements were made for the transfer of sovereign power. In the event he recovered and the arrangements were not implemented. (commemorative commemorate royal royalty) 400-600
153.    George III: an interesting pearlware mug, the barrel shaped body printed in blue with eight lines of amusing verse, circa 1790, 125mm, short fine hairline crack to rim * See footnote to the previous lot. The word 'pate' is old fashioned slang for head. (commemorative commemorate royal royalty) 350-550
154.    Duke of York and French Royal Family: a Prattware jug moulded with profile medallions and decorated in characteristic palette, circa 1793, 145mm, handle restored (commemorative commemorate royal royalty) 100-150
155.    George III: a Davenport pearlware soup bowl printed all over in blue with agricultural implements centred by a profile, impressed mark, circa 1810, 251mm (commemorative commemorate royal royalty) 70-90
156.    George III: a pearlware soup bowl printed all over in blue and centred by a medallion depicting the King presenting a Bible, circa 1815, 250mm, rim chipped (commemorative commemorate royal royalty) 70-90
157.    1817 Charlotte in Memoriam: a pink lustre banded cup and saucer printed in black also another cup and saucer banded in blue and printed in puce (4) (commemorative commemorate royal royalty) 60-80
158.    1820 Caroline: a pink lustre banded porcelaineous cup and saucer printed in black (2) (commemorative commemorate royal royalty) 30-40
159.    1820 Caroline: a pearlware nursery plate printed in brown with a named portrait depicted with mantilla shawl, 171mm (commemorative commemorate royal royalty) 80-100
160.    1820 Caroline: a pearlware nursery plate printed in blue with a named profile, 195mm (commemorative commemorate royal royalty) 80-100
161.    a copper banded jug with named portrait and 'Green Bag' verse, 142mm, cracked and a Scottish pottery plate moulded with named profile of George IIII, rubbed and chipped, both circa 1821 (2) (commemorative commemorate royal royalty) 40-80
162.    a lobed pottery jug printed in black with portrait and dates for George IV in memoriam the underside with GBH printed mark, 175mm, rim chip and a jug for the 1831 coronation printed in purple, spout chipped (2) (commemorative commemorate royal royalty) 100-120
163.    William IV: a small lobed pottery jug printed in black, circa 1831, 122mm (commemorative commemorate royal royalty) 30-50
164.    1837 Proclamation: a pottery jug by Read & Clementson printed in puce with portraits including the Duchess of Kent, 290mm, spout restored (commemorative commemorate royal royalty) 80-100
165.    1837 Coronation: a Staffordshire pottery nursery plate printed in brown, 165mm, minor glaze defect at twelve o'clock * See Victoria Remembered, plates 19 and 20. (commemorative commemorate royal royalty) 80-100
166.    Victoria: a cup and saucer by Wood & Challinor printed in black with a portrait encircled by floral medallions, circa 1838 (2) (commemorative commemorate royal royalty) 60-90
167.    Victoria: a small Swansea mug printed in purple, crack to foot and handle, 71mm (commemorative commemorate royal royalty) 70-100
168.    1838 Coronation: an octagonal pottery nursery plate printed in black with an inscribed portrait (commemorative commemorate royal royalty) 100-120
169.    1838 Coronation: a cylindrical mug by Read & Clementson printed in puce with portraits centred by the crown, flowers and dates, 86mm, handle restored (commemorative commemorate royal royalty) 150-180
170.    1838 Coronation: a Swansea pottery waisted mug printed in purple with portraits, 82mm, fine hairline crack to base (commemorative commemorate royal royalty) 200-300
171.    1838 Coronation: a Staffordshire pottery waisted mug printed in black with portraits, 83mm, handle and rim restored (commemorative commemorate royal royalty) 180-220
172.    1840 Wedding: a pottery jug printed in blue, 128mm and a pink lustre banded jug, spout restored (2) (commemorative commemorate royal royalty) 30-40
173.    1840 Wedding: a nursery plate printed in black, rim restored and a pink lustre banded cup and saucer printed in pink (3) (commemorative commemorate royal royalty) 50-100
174.    A nursery plate for 1863 wedding, a pink printed and lustre banded mug depicting Victoria and Albert and a nursery plate 'Royal Favourites', cracked (3) (commemorative commemorate royal royalty) 30-50
175.    Prince Adolphus and the Duke of York: a pearlware mug printed in blue with named military portraits, circa 1791, 115mm, restored * The Duke of York was the second son of George III and Prince Adolphus, Duke of Cambridge the seventh son. Both pursued careers in the army. (commemorative commemorate royal royalty) 200-300
176.    Duke of York: a pearlware cylindrical mug printed in blue with named equestrian portrait depicted in the battlefield, circa 1793, 120mm, restored * The Duke of York's victory at Valenciennes on 26th July 1793 was widely celebrated. (commemorative commemorate royal royalty) 240-280
177.    Duke of York: a cylindrical mug printed in black with a named equestrian portrait, 124mm (commemorative commemorate royal royalty) 250-300
178.    1809 Golden Jubilee: a creamware jug the bellied body printed in black with the Liverpool Amnesty scene and on the reverse the royal coat of arms, 167mm restored * See Commemorative Pottery, plate 36. (commemorative commemorate royal royalty) 200-300
179.    Prince of Wales: an amusing pink lustre jug printed with two colourful inscribed bicycling scenes, circa 1815, 167mm, faded * The Prince of Wales, later George IV resided at Carlton House and Mrs Fitzherbert, his long time confident whom he had married without his father's consent, in Richmond. (commemorative commemorate royal royalty) 200-300
180.    1820 George IV and Queen Caroline: a gilt embellished pink lustre jug printed in grey and decorated in colours with an amusing cartoon after Cruickshank depicting the two on opposing sides of the scales of justice, spout restored, 184mm * See Commemorative Pottery, plate 57. (commemorative commemorate royal royalty) 220-260
181.    William III: a late-17th century English Delft dish well painted in magenta, blue, yellow and turquoise with a crowned full-length figure wearing armour and a cloak, holding the orb and a stylised sceptre, flanked by trees and within a banded border, 300mm, some restoration * Dishes from this series depicting the Monarch wearing armour, sometimes with a cloak and variously holding the orb and sceptre or a sword or flowers, are almost invariably flanked by trees and within a border banded in either magenta or blue may be found initialled WR or KW have been attributed to London or Brislington. See Christies New York, 14th December 2015, lot 272 and Historical & Collectable 18th November 2017, also lot 272. (commemorative commemorate royal royalty) 1400-1800
182.    An unusual slender ewer: Bacchanalians at Play, printed in brown and heightened in gilt on an orange ground, 305mm and three tapering jugs (4) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-40
183.    Three good baluster shaped jugs: Shells, pink 182mm (3) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-40
184.    A pale aubergine jug, 205mm and two others: Shells, all in good condition (3) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-40
185.    Three various jugs in good condition, pewter 195mm (3) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-40
186.    A pear shaped jug with lid: Six Dogs (264C) blue ground with black and gilt decoration, 250mm, inner rim chipped (2) * Ex Ball collection, lot 782B. (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 60-90
187.    A Miniature teapot and cover, 102mm and two coloured-ground wine pots, all in good condition (4) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-40
188.    A pink ground oviform teapot and cover 178mm and two others, all in good condition (5) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-40
189.    A good and unusual teapot and cover, the underside printed 'No. 349', 195mm and an unusual pink ground ewer, handle repaired (3) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-60
190.    Two good mugs each with three Bird Subjects, aubergine ground 107mm (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 60-90
191.    A cylindrical mug: Anne Hathaway's Cottage (228) 98mm and three other good mugs (4) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-40
192.    Three malachite ground mugs, largest 107mm (3) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-50
193.    A good malachite loving cup, 140mm and a similar smaller mug (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-50
194.    A blue ground large loving cup, 164mm and a green ground tyg, both good condition (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-50
195.    A particularly good cylindrical presentation loving cup with two pictures centred by a gilt inscription dated 1870, 133mm (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 80-100
196.    A good waisted loving cup the interior modelled with a frog and a lizard: Children of Flora (237) on both sides, pale green ground, lined in gilt, 128mm * Ex Manners collection, lot 211A. (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 150-180
197.    A good waisted loving cup: A Fix (256) and The Best Card (254) inscribed in gilt 'J.N. Bailey', pink ground, star border, gilt decoration, 165mm * Ex Manners collection. Lot 212A. (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 140-180
198.    A large mauve ground loving cup with flowers and birds, 176mm and another with classical chariot scene (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 40-60
199.    A malachite ground spill vase, rim restored, another, blue ground, rim restored, another, white ground, rim restored and one other pink ground, tiny chip to foot (4) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 40-80
200.    A good pair of malachite ground flask shaped vases (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 40-60
201.    A matched pair of vases decorated with 'Old Greek' pattern, 172mm, one with restored swan's heads, a similar flask shaped vase and a malachite ground vase (4) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-60
202.    An oviform vase: Chinese River Scene (440) rim restored and an oviform vase on spreading foot: The Shrine (228) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 70-100
203.    A vase of flattened form: Wellington (161B) and Peel (170) white ground, small rim chip,245mm and an oviform vase: Chinese River Scene (440) blue ground, 185mm but cut down, rim restored (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 70-90
204.    A good globular vase set with twin mask heads: A Rural Scene (428) and Rustic Laundrywomen (422) brick red ground with yellow and gilt decoration, 149mm, with replacement restored cover (2) * Ex Smith collection, lot 403D. (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 150-200
205.    A good hexagonal vase of flattened form: The Rivals (322) and Peasant Boys (348) mottled ground lined in brown, 175mm (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 150-180
206.    A vase of flattened form with scroll feet: Uncle Tom and Eva (191) both scenes, blue malachite ground, 195mm, rim restored (potlid pot lid pratt prattware slavery) 80-100
207.    A tricorn Soyer's Relish vase: The Fish Barrow (58) and The Poultry Woman (349) puce lined green acanthus leaf moulded shoulders, 193mm * Ex Manners collection, lot 234A. (potlid pot lid pratt prattware advertising) 80-120
208.    A malachite tobacco jar, cover and plunger: The Smokers (405) gold line decoration, lid restored, 133mm (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 50-80
209.    A malachite tobacco jar and cover: Passing the Pipe (404) restored chip to jar and cover restored, 136mm (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 40-60
210.    A tobacco jar and cover: The Smokers (405) and The Jolly Topers (406) orange ground, black mottled decoration, the underside with Thos. Bear, Tobacco manufacturer stamp, 152mm, rim and cover restored (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 60-90
211.    A tobacco jar and cover: Passing the Pipe (404) brick red ground, gold line decoration, 130mm (4) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 70-90
212.    A black marbled tobacco jar and cover, cover restored, 137mm and two tobacco jars both repaired (4) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 40-60
213.    A green ground tobacco jar with screw threaded cover, 149mm, screw of cover repaired, another smaller, cracked and another in brick red with repaired ill-fitting cover (5) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-50
214.    A pink ground cylindrical jar, cover and stand, 145mm, jar and lid restored, a tobacco jar in green with restored cover and a Kirkhams jar and cover, mark removed (7) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 40-60
215.    An elaborate tobacco jar, domed cover and stand painted with an oval floral cartouche and on the reverse inscribed 'Presented to A. Colclough 1869' upon a green ground, 320mm, the knop restored * Whilst not printed in underglaze colours the body and colour ground are not dis-similar to presentation pieces produced by Pratt of Fenton. (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 50-100
216.    A particularly rare circular spittoon: Shell Subjects, eight various vignettes, pink ground and gold line decoration, the underside printed with Malcolm & Mountfor, Stoke, retailers mark, 191mm diameter, restored (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 80-120
217.    A rare rectangular box with integral stand and cover: The Traveller's Departure (396) green ground, 220mm long overall, restored chips to two corners of flange to lid (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 60-80
218.    A rare porcelain lampshade by Royal Cauldon: The Buzzard (288) The Sea Eagle (289) and The Condor and Snake (290) the body moulded with repeated scrolling. 160mm high (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 80-100
219.    Door furniture including three door plates and another cut down, three brass mounted bell pulls, two key escutcheon covers, and ten various knobs (all shell apart from three floral) some defects (19) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 50-100
220.    A 'lighthouse' ring stand, deep crimson ground, 105mm diameter, stalk repaired, and a 'tree' ring stand, pink ground, restored (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-50
221.    A chamberstick, handle restored, 102mm diameter, a 'lighthouse' ring stand and a 'tree' ring stand and a candle snuffer and stand, restored, each green ground (4) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-50
222.    An unusual scent bottle and stopper: Medieval Mansion (374) and The Ruined Tower (377A) green ground, gold line decoration, 138mm, rim chip repaired, a small green bowl and another pink (3) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 40-80
223.    Seven various oval pin dishes, four being defective, another small dish, restored, five pieces of green ground 'Etruscan' ware, three mustard pots, one with cracked handle and one with glaze chip and an egg cup, repaired (a lot) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 50-80
224.    A pair of green ground tall candlesticks, 205mm, and another smaller each with restored sconces (3) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-40
225.    A pair of brick red ground candlesticks, one with restored sconce, another white, stained and an 'Old Greek' pattern candlestick (4) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-40
226.    A miniature tea set comprising: two teapots, one with restored knop the other with chipped spout, two tureens and covers, one with inner rim chip, a jug and basin, one large platter, two plates and three cups and saucers (19) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 100-200
227.    Part miniature tea sets from four services, another plate, also three cups and saucers and two side plates 'A present from Isle of Wight' and a cup and saucer and two side plates with 'Cyprus' pattern (31) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 40-80
228.    A part coffee set comprising: pot and cover, jug five cups and four saucers and five side plates, maroon ground (17) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 40-80
229.    Green ground tea ware comprising: a pair of trios, one cup cracked, a pair of cups and saucers and a larger cup and saucer (12) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-40
230.    A pair of cups and saucers with green exotic beast borders, another in deep crimson, a pink, a brick red and a yellow (cup cracked) cup and saucer and a blue cup (13) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-60
231.    Eight various cups and saucers of varying coloured ground, black cup and purple cup cracked (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 20-30
232.    Eight large cups and saucers of varying coloured ground, presentation green cup cracked and bird subject pint cup very restored (16) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 20-40
233.    A massive punchbowl on sea serpent moulded foot: Bacchanalians at Play (379) grape and vine leaf border to the interior, a continuous extravagant Bacchanalian scene to the exterior, 456mm diameter, hairline crack to bowl * Ex Hart collection, lot 429B. (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 100-200
234.    A wash jug and basin: Ecclesiastical Subjects (448) gilt scroll decorated maroon border, jug 310mm, hairline crack to bowl (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 50-100
235.    A part washing set comprising: basin, small jug, sponge tureen and drainer: Mountain Stream (423) Two Anglers (432) and Ecclesiastical Subjects (448) blue cherub and gilt scroll border, jug 225mm (4) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 50-80
236.    A good wash basin: Shells (52G) green border with yellow lining, 389mm (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-60
237.    A large twin handled urn and cover: The Cuckoo (281) and The Robin (278) 385mm and the matching chamber pot and cover: The Chaffinch (294) and The Nightingale (295A variation) blue borders, hairline crack to lid and pot, 235mm diameter (4) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 50-100
238.    A good small plaque with integral moulded frame in black: Felix Edwards Pratt (173) 104mm high (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 150-200
239.    A plaque: Ecclesiastical Scene (448D) framed, 185mm high overall and another: Wild Deer (385) repaired (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-40
240.    A plaque with integral moulded frame: Rowland's Odonto, (452) restored, framed, 285mm high overall * Ex Manners collection, lot 240D. (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 100-300
241.    A rectangular plaque: Spring (342C) framed, 290mm overall high * Ex Crowther collection, lot 440B. (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 100-200
242.    A plaque: Pheasant Shooting (26) pink and gold lined border, framed 252mm high overall, a framed plaque: The Kingfisher (296) another: The Bull Fight (244) cracked and three other circular plaques (6) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 70-90
243.    A framed oval plaque: The Blind Fiddler (417) another unframed: Highland Music (418) a pair of heavily potted plaques: Shakespeare's Interior (227) and Anne Hathaway (228) framed together, a pair of square plaques with Eastern scenes and a circular pair of plaques, one repaired (8) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-50
244.    A teapot stand: The Boar Hunt (262) purple border and four others (5) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 25-30
245.    Three rectangular trays and an oval dish (4) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-40
246.    A good circular platter with moulded triangular section border: Christ in the Cornfield (424) 320mm (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 50-80
247.    A large circular plate by Doulton Burslem: Bacchanalians at Play, vine leaf and grape border with gold line decoration, the reverse with impressed maker's mark, 351mm * Ex Smith collection, lot 393B. (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 50-100
248.    A rare plate: Six Dogs (264C) a side plate: Travellers Departure (396) restored chip another: Constantinople (204) two other white bordered plates and seven coloured ground side plates (12) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-60
249.    A Jewsbury & Brown plate, hairline crack at seven o'clock, three other plates and a comport also eight plates: Shells (13) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-60
250.    A good plate: Tremadoc (430) classical female border in green and gilt, four other plates and a comport (6) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-50
251.    Seven various plates: Bird subjects, each with blue printed borders (7) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 40-80
252.    Five various plates and two comport: Bird subjects (7) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 40-80
253.    A dessert plate: The Quarry (352) unusual maskhead cherub and gilt scroll border, another with sea serpent border, a pair of plates with scroll borders and four other colour bordered plates, all good condition (8) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-40
254.    A rare octagonal plaque advertising Crosse and Blackwell's Anchovy Paste centred by a moulded medallion: Windsor Park, Returning from Stag Hunting (180) the reverse with Pratt / Prince Albert stamp, 350mm, chip to rim at ten o'clock and 100mm fine hairline crack at 'By appointment' (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 500-1000
255.    Pegwell Bay and Cliffs (67) good condition (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-60
256.    Pegwell Bay and Cliffs with Sailing Vessel (68) inner rim restored (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 100-150
257.    Pegwell bay, Kent (69) two small restored chips to foot and Pegwell Bay and Cliffs (67) good condition (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 40-80
258.    Mending the Nets (70) two jars of varying shape, squat good, slender with two tiny chips to foot (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 50-80
259.    Continental Fish Market (71) three good jars of varying shape (3) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 60-90
260.    The Fleet at Anchor (72) fine hairline crack to foot and neck (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 300-400
261.    The Fleet at Anchor (72) restored chip to foot (potlid pot lid pratt prattware war crimea) 100-150
262.    The Landing of the British Army (73) three chips to foot, neck restored (potlid pot lid pratt prattware war crimea) 200-250
263.    The Battle of the Alma, 20th September (74) good condition (potlid pot lid pratt prattware war crimea) 300-400
264.    The Battle of the Alma (75) fine hairline crack to neck (potlid pot lid pratt prattware war crimea) 200-300
265.    The Charge of the Scots Greys (76) two small restored chips to foot and fine hairline crack to rim (potlid pot lid pratt prattware war crimea) 150-200
266.    The Dragoon Charge (77) crazing stained (potlid pot lid pratt prattware war crimea) 200-300
267.    The Fall of Sebastopol (78) good condition (potlid pot lid pratt prattware war crimea) 250-350
268.    Sir Harry Jones (79) crazing stained (potlid pot lid pratt prattware war crimea) 150-200
269.    Constantinople (80) shaped jar, good condition (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 70-90
270.    Meet of the Foxhounds (81) small slender jar, good condition (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 70-90
271.    Meet of the Foxhounds (81) slender jar, good condition (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 80-100
272.    The Traveller's Departure (82) good condition (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 70-100
273.    The Chalees Satoon (83) hairline crack to neck and Venice (84) restored chip to foot (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 70-100
274.    Venice (84) good condition (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 80-120
275.    Milking the Cow (86) restored chips to rim and foot (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 80-100
276.    Tyrolese Village Scene (87) restored chip to foot (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 80-100
277.    The Donkey's Foal (386) restored chip to foot (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 80-120
278.    The Torrent (88) foot chipped and Alexandra Palace (85) neck cracked (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-60
279.    The Stone Jetty (89) chip to foot (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 80-100
280.    Passing the Pipe (90) black mottled ground, good condition (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 50-70
281.    Uncle Tom and Eva (91A) foot chipped and Tom (91B) restored chip to foot, both black mottled ground (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware slavery) 150-200
282.    A jar: Uncle Tom and Eva (91A) and on the reverse Uncle Tom (91B) restored chip to foot (potlid pot lid pratt prattware slavery) 150-180
283.    Deer Stalker and Wild Deer (92 and 92A) with lid and St Paul's Cathedral (94) rim restored, with lid (4) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 40-50
284.    The Smokers (93) two sizes, both black mottled ground and in good condition (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 80-100
285.    Reception of HRH Prince of Wales (96) three varieties of shape, smallest stained, larger two with restored chips (3) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 70-90
286.    A Seashore Study (96A) tiny chip to foot and stained * Ex Hart collection, lot 417B. (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 80-120
287.    Great Exhibition 1851 (96B) chipped and restored (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 80-100
288.    Windsor Castle, Hill & Ledger, Australian Sauce (96C) extensively restored (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 50-80
289.    Exterior View, 1851 Exhibition (96D) extra large, good condition (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 800-1200
290.    Three small baluster shaped jars with fruits and foliage, one with enamel flaking. One chipped and one restored (3) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-50
291.    A pair of jars with Shakespeare scenes, both with chips, a barrel shaped jar: St Paul's Cathedral, three other barrel jars, the Burgess's with lid and two others, all monochrome, also two wooden headed cork jar stoppers (11) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 40-80
292.    The original watercolour design by Jesse Austin for: Good Dog (265) gilt overmount and framed, the reverse affixed with a label inscribed with presentation dated June 58 and signed G.E. Lambert (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 200-400
293.    The original watercolour design by Jesse Austin for: Strathfieldsay (188) gilt overmount and framed, the reverse affixed with a label inscribed in the handwriting of G.E. Lambert (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 200-400
294.    Alas! Poor Bruin (1) with lantern (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-40
295.    Bear Attacked by Dogs (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 200-250
296.    Bear Hunting (4) 119 & 120 Bishopsgate, gold lined rim (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 180-220
297.    The Bear Pit (6) both varieties with and without dome (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 50-80
298.    Bears Reading Newspapers (6) red chair and glass, blue scarf and tablecloth (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 1000-1400
299.    Bears Reading Newspapers (6) purple scarf and tablecloth, restored flange (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 600-900
300.    Bears at School (9) and Bear Lion and Cock (19) (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 40-60
301.    Bears on Rock (10) black bears (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-50
302.    Bears on Rock (10) brown bears (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-50
303.    Bears with Valentines (11) repair to flange * See 'Adventures of a Bear' (in lot 313), page 51 for a hand-coloured engraving of the same subject. Ex Cartwright collection, lot 11 and Tebbs collection, lot 226. (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 1000-1500
304.    Performing Bear (12) flange drilled, repaired chip at ten o'clock (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 700-900
305.    Shooting Bears (13) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 25-30
306.    Bear in a Ravine (14) extra small, flange restored (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 800-1200
307.    The Ins (15) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 100-150
308.    The Outs (16) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 150-200
309.    Arctic Expedition (17) tiny chip to bullnose at eleven o'clock (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 150-250
310.    Polar Bears (18) without moon, gold lined border (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 200-300
311.    The Village Wakes (232) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 150-180
312.    The Parish Beadle (236) manufacturing glaze blemish (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 120-180
313.    A Gay Dog (268) renamed A Very Great Bear (Mortimer 23), restored chip to bullnose at ten o'clock and flange, stained together with a copy of 'Adventures of a Bear' by Alfred Elwes, published by George Routledge & Co in 1857, the frontispiece by Harrison Weir being a hand-coloured engraving of the same subject (2) * Reputedly, ex Jenkins collection. (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 1200-1600
314.    Philadelphia Exhibition (298) circular, Il Penseroso (235) and Village Wedding (240) (3) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 25-35
315.    Alas! Poor Bruin (1) with lantern, fancy border (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 50-70
316.    Bear Hunting (4) chipped and Shooting Bears (13) (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 40-80
317.    The Bear Pit (6) both with and without dome varieties (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 60-80
318.    The Bear Pit (6) with dome, fancy border, complete with a base printed in purple on the underside with prize medal award to X. Bazin, Philadelphia. The base with restored chips to foot (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 70-90
319.    The Attacking Bears (8) printed in green, broken in two and restored * Ex Smith collection, lot 203C. (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 300-500
320.    The Ins (15) fancy border (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 60-80
321.    Bear, Lion and Cock (19) fancy border (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 50-70
322.    All But Trapped (20) a good example (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 1000-1500
323.    Pegwell Bay (23) a good example (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 200-250
324.    Pegwell Bay, Lobster Fishing (24) two good examples medium and large (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 40-60
325.    Pegwell Bay, Four Shrimpers (26) three varying examples, one with Banger sign on building another with Banger stamp on the underside and one other with Tatnell stamp, small restored rim chip at three o'clock (3) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 70-100
326.    Pegwell Bay, Four Shrimpers (26) deep crimson flange lined in gilt, complete with matching base (2) * Ex Mortimer collection, lot 71C. (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 70-100
327.    Belle Vue Tavern with Cart (27) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 300-500
328.    Belle Vue Tavern with Carriage (28) and Pegwell Bay Four Shrimpers (26) flange repaired (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 25-30
329.    Belle Vue Tavern (29) three rare varieties, one with flat top, another named Tatnell & Son on the central building, stained and one other named S. Banger (3) * Ball notes that the flat top lid is probably the earliest version; the Banger variety, with similar typeface, slightly later and the Tatnell version, with smaller typeface the last version. (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 300-600
330.    Belle Vue, Pegwell Bay (30) with bay window and Landing the Fare (38) (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-40
331.    Pegwell Bay Shrimpers (31) and Landing the Fare (38) (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 25-35
332.    Pegwell Bay Shrimpers (31) extra large (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-40
333.    Pegwell Bay Shrimpers (31) with sailing vessel, extra large (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 70-90
334.    Pegwell Bay S. Banger (32) flat top lid * Ex Mortimer collection, lot 76A. (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 100-150
335.    Pegwell bay S. Banger (32) a good domed top example, the underside with Banger stamp (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 50-80
336.    Pegwell Bay S. Banger (32) a good large example (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 80-100
337.    Pegwell Bay Shrimping (33) both flat and domed top varieties, dome incised Hatherell collection on the underside (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 70-100
338.    The Dutch Fisherman (34) minor hairline crack at five o'clock * Ex Ball collection, lot 614C. (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 180-220
339.    Pegwell Bay Still Life Game (35) and Farmyard Scene (37) both large with gilt lined border (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 80-120
340.    Pegwell Bay Still Life Fish (36) medium * Ex Ball collection, lot 615B. (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 40-60
341.    Landing the Fare (38) the underside with Banger stamp, tiny restored chip at two o'clock * Ex Beckford, number 2873. (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 25-35
342.    The Harbour Margate (40) Royal Harbour Ramsgate (41) and (42) three good large lids (3) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 70-100
343.    Royal Harbour Ramsgate (42) medium, flat top, the underside with Banger stamp and Belle Vue Tavern with Cart (27) both damaged (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-40
344.    Nelson Crescent, Ramsgate (43) and Pegwell Bay Shrimpers (31) hairline crack (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-40
345.    Walmer Castle (45) the underside with Banger stamp and Pegwell Bay Lobster Fishing (24) large later issue (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-40
346.    Sandown Castle (47) the underside with Banger stamp (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 50-70
347.    Walmer Castle with Sentry (46) large (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 70-100
348.    Walmer Castle (47) the underside with Banger stamp and Walmer Castle with Sentry (46) Tatnell stamp, broken in two and restored (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 60-80
349.    Pretty Kettle of Fish (48) and Lobster Saucer (49) both first issues and stained (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 60-90
350.    Shells (52A) flat top lid and two others (52D) the extra small variety repaired (3) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-40
351.    Shells (52B) large and medium varieties also (52J) large and medium varieties and (52K) black and hand coloured (5) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 50-80
352.    Landing the Catch (55) black mottled flange, Hauling in the Trawl (53) and The Shrimpers (63) (3) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-40
353.    Mending the Nets (56) Hauling in the Trawl (53) and The Fishbarrow (63) (3) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-40
354.    The Fishmarket (57) large, Hauling in the Trawl (53) and Landing the Catch (55) (3) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-40
355.    The Fishbarrow (58) large and small varieties and The Shrimpers (63) (3) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 25-35
356.    Sea Nymph (64) restored chip, Revenge (51) and The Shrimpers (63) (3) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 25-35
357.    Sea Nymph (64) purple cloak (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 60-90
358.    Sea Nymph (64) red cloak (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 70-100
359.    The Net Mender (60) flat top, restored chip, with base and Fisherwoman Returning Home (59) hairline crack (3) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-40
360.    River Scene RW (61) Swiss Riverside Scene (65) both repaired and Fisherwoman Returning Home (59) restored (3) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 50-70
361.    River Scene RW (61) medium, minor hairline crack at eleven o'clock, with base (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 150-180
362.    Foreign River Scene (62) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 100-200
363.    Swiss Riverside Scene (65) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-50
364.    Foreign River Scene (62) and Dutch River Scene (66) (2) * Foreign ex Crowther collection, lot 194B and Dutch ex Smith collection, lot 226C. (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 150-180
365.    An Eastern Repast (98) both medium and another small with hairline crack (3) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-50
366.    Eastern Repast (98) domed lid with short marbled flange, restored chip at seven o'clock and The Bride (97) small, restored chip at ten o'clock (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 40-60
367.    Eastern Lady Dressing Hair (99) small and Lady with Guitar (107) extra small (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-40
368.    The Mirror (101) and Lady Fastening Shoe (116) (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 50-70
369.    The Toilette (102) untitled and Lady with Hawk (106) (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 50-70
370.    Lady Brushing Hair (111) purple bodice, white border and The Wooer (108) chipped at eleven o'clock (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 40-60
371.    The Spanish Lady (112) black and gilt mottled flange, restored, complete with matching shallow base (2) * Ex Mortimer collection, lot 98A. (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 80-100
372.    The Garden Terrace (115) beehive moulded border (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 80-100
373.    Jenny Lind (116) small, repaired chip to rim at ten o'clock (potlid pot lid pratt prattware opera operatic) 250-350
374.    The Tryst (117) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 60-80
375.    The Trysting Place (118) and The Lovers (119) (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 40-60
376.    The Lovers (119) no border and Lady Brushing Hair (111) (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 60-80
377.    The Ornamental Garden (121) flange drilled and hole filled (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 60-80
378.    Musical Trio (123) profusely heightened in gold, orange flange, complete with matching base, base with small restored chip to foot (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 150-300
379.    Bay of Naples (124) repaired (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 100-120
380.    Bunch of Cherries (126) gold banded flange, no lettering, minor hairline crack at ten o'clock (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 40-50
381.    Rimmels Coral Toothpaste (Mortimer 76) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 80-100
382.    The Circassian (127) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 60-80
383.    The Beehive (130) flange and rim restored (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 150-200
384.    Floral (131/2) flange restored (131/4) flange drilled (131/25) restored and (131/27) restored chip (4) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 50-100
385.    Floral (131/5) small and medium varieties and (131/19) (3) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 60-80
386.    Floral (131/6) domed lid with marbled flange broken in two and restored, complete with matching tall Gosnell base, chipped (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 40-80
387.    Floral (131/7) domed lid with marbled flange complete with matching tall Gosnell base, rim chip to base (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 120-160
388.    Floral (131/8) rim restored, complete with a matched garden scene base (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 80-100
389.    Floral (131/12A) faded pale blue border, flange chipped (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 50-80
390.    Floral (131/13) green border and flange, broken in two and restored, complete with matching tall base (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 50-80
391.    Floral (Mortimer 416) and (Mortimer 434) both restored (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 80-100
392.    Floral (131/15) corner chipped and (131/34) repaired, both with bases (4) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-40
393.    J.S. Higgins Bandoline (131/25) chipped (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 80-100
394.    Floral (131/30) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 50-80
395.    Floral (131/17) chipped (131/18) tiny chip and one other, each with a base (6) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 40-60
396.    Floral (131/16) with base (131/21) with base (131/23) hairline crack and one other with base (7) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 50-70
397.    Floral (131/23) chipped and two others each with a base (6) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-50
398.    The Glass Palace (133) broken in two and restored, framed (potlid pot lid pratt prattware). * Ex Smith collection, lot 247D and Mortimer 132C. 200-300
399.    Exhibition Buildings 1851 (134) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 50-80
400.    Exhibition Buildings 1851 (134) large lid with a smaller version of the print omitting the horses and surmounted by the royal coat of arms * Ex Sockett collection, lot 210. (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 200-250
401.    Crystal Palace 1851, domed porcelain lid * Ex Manners collection, lot 151A. (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-40
402.    The Crystal Palace (137) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 60-80
403.    Interior View of Crystal Palace (138) small restored chip to rim at one o'clock (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-40
404.    Crystal Palace Interior (139) minor hairline crack to flange (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 70-90
405.    The Great Exhibition, Opening Ceremony (140) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 100-150
406.    The Great Exhibition, Closing Ceremony (140) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 200-300
407.    Dublin Industrial Exhibition 1853 (143) * This much rare medium size version is not recorded in Ball. (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 120-180
408.    Dublin Industrial Exhibition 1853 (143) gold lined rim complete with matching base (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 120-160
409.    Industrial Exhibition 1862 (144) * Ex Manners collection, lot 51A. (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 40-50
410.    L'Exposition Universelle de 1864 (145) and Philadelphia Exhibition 1876 (147) oblong version (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-40
411.    England's Pride (149) green ground and The Late Prince Consort (153) (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 40-60
412.    Queen Victoria with Orb and Sceptre (151) and Albert Edward and Princess Alexandra (155) restored chip (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-40
413.    Queen Victoria and Prince Consort (152) and Queen Victoria and Albert Edward (154) (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 50-80
414.    Wellington with Cocked Hat (159) with lettering * Ex Mortimer collection, lot 154A. (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 250-350
415.    Wellington with Clasped Hands (160B) large (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 40-60
416.    The Later Duke of Wellington (161) with sash and Wellington with Clasped Hands (160) with order, medium (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 50-70
417.    Funeral of the late Duke of Wellington (163) later issue (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 40-80
418.    Tria Juncta in Uno (164) large (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 50-80
419.    Admiral Sir Charles Napier (167) with border, large, restored chip, with base (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 70-100
420.    Allied Generals (168) hairline crack and Balaklava Inkerman and Alma (166) broken in two and repaired, both heightened in gold (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 100-200
421.    Sir Robert Peel (170) and Peabody (171) with screw threaded flange, cracked (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 50-70
422.    Harriet Beecher Stowe (172) framed * Ex Smith collection, lot 261D. (potlid pot lid pratt prattware slavery) 300-400
423.    The Blue Boy (174) black mottled flange, restored rim chip at eleven o'clock, complete with matching base (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 50-80
424.    Windsor Castle and St Georges (177) with Royal Windsor Toilet Cream Grafftey (sic) advertising, restored rim chip at nine o'clock (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 200-300
425.    Windsor Castle (178) Drayton Manor (179) hairline crack and Windsor Park (180) (3) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 50-80
426.    New Houses of Parliament (183) framed * Ex Ball collection, lot 663C. (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 140-180
427.    The Houses of Parliament (184) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 120-140
428.    A good set of the four 'Stationers Hall' lids: The Tower (186) Westminster Abbey (189) St Pauls (192) and Parliament (195) (4) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 300-400
429.    Albert Memorial (190) and Eleanor Cross (194) (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 40-50
430.    Choir of Chapel Royal (199) black mottled border, tiny restored rim chip at nine o'clock (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 40-60
431.    Washington Crossing the Delaware (207) small, purple print, restored (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 100-140
432.    Sebastopol (208) and (208A) three restored rim chips (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 40-50
433.    Sebastopol (209) black mottled flange, restored, complete with matching base (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-40
434.    Old Jack (215) and A Rebel or Jack at Old Birch (Ball page 289) restored (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 60-80
435.    Conway Castle (217) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-40
436.    Wimbledon (223) and (224) two examples also Windsor Castle (177) chipped (4) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 40-50
437.    Napirima, Trinidad (225) minor rim hairline crack at nine o'clock (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 40-60
438.    Shakespeare (226) and (227) also Hathaway (228) cracked, each with leaf and scroll border (3) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 50-100
439.    The Village Wakes (232) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 40-60
440.    The Village Wakes (232) shaped lid, restored, complete with green 'Punch' base (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 40-60
441.    Pet Rabbits (234) tiny rim chip at ten o'clock (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 500-1000
442.    Xmas Eve (238) shaped lid, restored, complete with green 'Punch' base, restored chips (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 40-60
443.    The Buffalo Hunt (243) broken in two and repaired (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 400-800
444.    The Bull Fight (244) rim chip and hairline crack (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 120-140
445.    Blind Mans Buff (246) Snap Dragon (253) and Children Sailing (263) (3) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 50-80
446.    Master of the Hounds (247) the reverse inscribed beneath the glaze and another with unusual flange, damaged (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 25-35
447.    Chiefs return (248) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 25-35
448.    A False Move (251) large (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 40-60
449.    A Fix (256) The Skaters (258) and The Game Bag (260) (3) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 40-60
450.    The Boar Hung (262) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 150-250
451.    Five Dogs (264B) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 120-140
452.    Nine Dogs (264F) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 120-140
453.    Deerhound Guarding Cradle (269) small with base and The Swallow (297) small (3) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 40-50
454.    Deerhound Guarding Cradle (269) small domed lid with black marbled border and flange, complete with matching tall base, base restored (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 60-90
455.    The Faithful Shepherd (271) black mottled border and flange, rim restored at eight o'clock and hairline crack, complete with matching tall base (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 40-60
456.    The Swallow (297) medium, with base (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-40
457.    I See You My Boy (311) a finely potted porcelaineous lid with green flange and gold banded border, complete with matching base (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 60-80
458.    Cattle and Ruins (315) gold lining and The Queen, God Bless Her (319) both with black mottled flanges (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 70-90
459.    The Breakfast Party (314) medium, black marbled border and flange, complete with matching base (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-50
460.    The Old Watermill (318) and The Fisherboy (341) (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-40
461.    The Queen God Bless Her (319) black mottled flange, restored rim chips, complete with matching base and Strasburg (331) (3) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-40
462.    The Shepherdess (325) cracked and The Shepherd Boy (316) damaged, both banded in gold and complete with matching bases (4) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 40-60
463.    The First Appeal (329A) large, flange repaired and The Second Appeal (330B) both large and medium varieties (3) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 70-90
464.    The First Appeal, the three variations (329A, B and C) each medium and (329C) large (4) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 40-80
465.    Strasburg (331) large, green marbled border, complete with matching base (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 25-35
466.    The Trooper (334) an unusually well potted and glazed lid with wide gold banded border (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 40-60
467.    Grace Before Meals (338) flat lid, marbled flange, restored rim at seven o'clock, complete with matching base (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-40
468.    Grace Before Meals (338) large, gold banded border (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 80-120
469.    Peasant Boys (348) black and gilt marbled flange, hairline crack, complete with matching base and The Shepherdess (325) (3) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 40-50
470.    Peasant Boys (348) domed lid with screw threaded flange and The Shepherdess (325) (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-40
471.    Peasant Boys (348) large, black mottled border lined in gilt (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 40-60
472.    Persuasion (353) The Listener (363) restored, Preparing for the Ride (351) restored rim chip at eleven o'clock (3) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-40
473.    Royal Coat of Arms (355B) rim chips and Little Red Riding Hood (358) (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 40-60
474.    The Red Bull Inn (359) two examples, one with gold banding the other with malachite flange (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 60-80
475.    Charity (362) small and The Red Bull Inn (359) large, restored chip at two o'clock (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-50
476.    Charity (362) medium, colour banded flange, complete with matching base (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 40-60
477.    The Listener (363) large, black mottled border (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-40
478.    The Strawberry Girl (364) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 60-80
479.    The Rustic Laundrywoman (422) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-40
480.    The Milkmaid (443) large, flat lid banded in brown, complete with matching base, stained (2) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 100-200
481.    An extra large malachite lid and base: The Truant (413) gilt decoration, restored chip to lip of base (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 600-800
482.    The Deer Stalker (384) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 60-80
483.    The Cattle Drover (382) The Windmill (399) and Village Scene (398) broken in two and restored, all trefoil shape (3) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 40-80
484.    The Cavalier and Serving Woman (381) and Halt Near Ruins (390) repaired, both with bases (4) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-40
485.    Driving Cattle (387) with base and The Muleteer (392) flange restored (3) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-40
486.    Halt Near Ruins (390) Horse Drawing Boat to Land (403) flange restored, both with gilt decoration and bases (4) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-40
487.    Three pink ground miniature trinket lids and bases, another lid and one other in green, each with minor restoration or hairline crack (9) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-50
488.    A green ground flat trinket lid and base, another domed the base repaired, another lid and shallow base and a red base (7) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-50
489.    A blue trinket lid, the base repaired, another similar in green, lid repaired, another the base cracked and one other in white, lid repaired (8) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-50
490.    A white ground flat lid and base: The Shrine (372) gilt decoration, base repaired, a similar green lid and a circular plaque (4) (potlid pot lid pratt prattware) 30-50