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Penrith Farmers' & Kidd's - Antiques & Collectors' Items Sale

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Catalogue (704 lots)

Lot 31

  • A LARGE VICTORIAN KITCHEN PALETTE KNIFE, the steel blade impressed "GEORGE BUTLER & Co / SHEFFIELD ENGLAND / ART" under a crowned VR cypher, the treen handle possibly laburnum. 50cm long Very slight splits to the handle, otherwise excellent.
  • Estimate: £20.00 - £40.00
  • Hammer Price: £35.00

This sale took place on Wednesday 17 April 2013

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Lot 32

  • A LATE 18TH-/EARLY 19TH-CENTURY STEEL CHEESE-SAMPLING SCOOP, THE OVAL RING HANDLE WITH WIRE CUTTER. 19cm. Excellent.
  • Estimate: £30.00 - £50.00
  • Hammer Price: £40.00

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Lot 33

  • THREE 19TH-/20TH-CENTURY TINNED IRON BOXED SETS OF PASTRY CUTTERS, comprising an oval cased set of zig-zagged oval cutters, 15cm long overall, a circular example containing 12 variously-shaped small cutters, the box marked "Tala" and "Made in England", 11cm diameter, and a third of leaf form, with a graduated set of 12 cutters. 12.5cm overall. The first set lacks one cutter and is rust-spotted . Otherwise all in good condition.
  • Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

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Lot 34

  • AN EARLY VICTORIAN TINNED-IRON COFFEE POT OF Georgian form, maker~s cypher of Matthew J. Hart & Sons, with ebonised wooden handle. 26.5cm high. In good order.
  • Estimate: £30.00 - £50.00

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Lot 35

  • AN EARLY VICTORIAN TINNED-IRON COFFEE POT of Georgian form, maker~s mark of J.H. Hopkins & Sons, Birmingham, the spout and handle of Britannia Metal, with fluted oval bone finial. 24cm high overall. In good order.
  • Estimate: £30.00 - £50.00

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Lot 36

  • A VICTORIAN BRITANNIA METAL COFFEE POT OF Georgian design, maker JAMES DIXON & SONS (of Sheffield), with ebonised wooden handle. 27cm high. In good order.
  • Estimate: £40.00 - £50.00
  • Hammer Price: £50.00

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Lot 37

  • TWO EARLY 20-TH CENTURY TURNED SYCAMORE PIE DOLLIES of cylindrical form with turned knop handle surmounts, formerly used in the pie bakery of Messrs Horn, Rampton, Notts., 16.5cm and 14.5cm high respectively, and A CARVED SYCAMORE SHORTBREAD MOULD. 22 cm diameter. (3) Good usable condition.
  • Estimate: £60.00 - £100.00
  • Hammer Price: £50.00

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Lot 38

  • A RARE SURVIVAL - AN UNOPENED PRINTED LINEN SACK OF REYNOLD~S SUPERFINE WHEAT MEAL FLOUR, "Awarded 353 Gold Medals", probably late19th Century, 22cm high. Excellent
  • Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00
  • Hammer Price: £15.00

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Lot 39

  • AN EARLY 19TH-CENTURY WEDGWOOD~S BLACK BASALT TEAPOT, of compressed spherical form, the cover with seated "widow" finial. 19cm overall. Excellent.
  • Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00
  • Hammer Price: £45.00

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Lot 40

  • A LARGE VICTORIAN COPPER ICE-PAIL of cup form, with everted foot and swing handle, the interior having a tinned-iron lining with interior cavity for insulation, complete with circular cover with knop handle. 33cm diameter x 27cm high to rim. Generally OK but a few dents to the exterior
  • Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00
  • Hammer Price: £70.00

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Lot 41

  • TWO EARLY 19TH-CENTURY BRASS DREDGERS of cylindrical form, with pierced domed covers and strap handles. 10cm and 7cm high respectively. Slight wear commensurate with age, the smaller handle bent.
  • Estimate: £50.00 - £80.00
  • Hammer Price: £80.00

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Lot 42

  • A 19TH-CENTURY TREEN MANDOLIN OR CUCUMBER SLICER, possibly pearwood with steel blade with brass retaining bars. 22.5cm long. One or two old stains but otherwise excellent.
  • Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00
  • Hammer Price: £45.00

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Lot 43

  • A RARE SET OF TWELVE IRON LARDING NEEDLES, of various sizes, in turned cedar case with screw-on cover. 30cm long overall. Larding needles need a clean before use, but generally very good.
  • Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00
  • Hammer Price: £150.00

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Lot 44

  • THREE VARIOUS 19TH-/EARLY 20TH-CENTURY CARVED TREEN BUTTER ROLLERS, two with floral decoration, the third having a formal pattern, 14 to 17cm long, and A PAIR OF SYCAMORE "SCOTCH HANDS" BUTTER PATS, with reeded surfaces. 23.5cm long. (4 items) All sound.
  • Estimate: £50.00 - £80.00
  • Hammer Price: £100.00

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Lot 45

  • A LATE 19TH-/EARLY 20TH-CENTURY SYCAMORE POTATO MASHER, 23.5 cm long, and TWO TURNED HARDWOOD PESTLES. 25.5cm and 15.5cm long. (3) Sound.
  • Estimate: £30.00 - £50.00
  • Hammer Price: £45.00

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Lot 46

  • A 19TH-CENTURY TURNED WOOD PASTRY BRUSH, 24cm long, and A PATENT TIN OPENER, with iron and brass-mounted spike and turned treen handle. 22.5cm long. (2)Literature: A similar can-opener is advertised and illustrated in the 1886Trade Catalogue of Morehouse Wells & Co of Decatur, Illinois, p. 835, as "The Star" can opener Sound.
  • Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

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Lot 47

  • FIVE LATE 19TH-/EARLY 20TH-CENTURY TREEN BUTTER STAMPS, one carved with a rose, 4cm diameter, one with a thistle, 3cm diameter, one with three flower heads, 4.5cm diameter, one with a wheatsheaf, 3.5cm diameter and one with a pineapple. 4cm diameter. (5) All in good condition.
  • Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00
  • Hammer Price: £100.00

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Lot 48

  • A LARGE 19TH-CENTURY TREEN BUTTER STAMP carved with a pineapple between flowers. 10cm diameter In good condition.
  • Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00
  • Hammer Price: £70.00

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Lot 49

  • A SET OF 12 SCHȔ?LBE~S BONE SUGARWORK MODELLING TOOLS, and an Ernest Schülbe~s advertising brochure for his Confectioner~s School of Art, Manchester, which illustrates the same tools, no date circa 1900. (13) Tools in excellent condition; brochure has a few stains but serviceable.
  • Estimate: £120.00 - £150.00
  • Hammer Price: £90.00

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Lot 50

  • A VERY LARGE LATE 19TH-/EARLY 20TH-CENTURY EARTHENWARE BAKING BOWL, the interior cream-glazed. 52cm diameter In good order.
  • Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00
  • Hammer Price: £55.00

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Lot 51

  • A SIMILAR SMALLER BAKING BOWL. 31.5cm diameter In good order.
  • Estimate: £15.00 - £30.00
  • Hammer Price: £55.00

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Lot 52

  • A 19TH-CENTURY RECTANGULAR BROWN SLIPWARE DISH with rounded corners, of two-compartments with cream slip-decorated feathered borders. 39.5 x 30.5cm. In good order.
  • Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

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Lot 53

  • A PAIR OF 18TH-CENTURY BRASS NUTCRACKERS, STAMPED INCUSE |TB| FOR THE MAKER Thomas Bingham, 10.5cm long, and A SIMILAR BRONZE PAIR, by the same maker, similarly marked. 10.5cm long. (2) In good condition.
  • Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00
  • Hammer Price: £45.00

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Lot 54

  • A PAIR OF LATE 18TH-/EARLY 19TH-CENTURY BRASS NUTCRACKERS in the form of a pair of legs with contemporary footwear. 11cm long. Wear commensurate with age but sound collectable condition
  • Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00
  • Hammer Price: £120.00

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Lot 55

  • A PAIR OF EARLY 20TH-CENTURY CAST-IRON NUTCRACKERS of skull-and-crossbones design, maker~s mark "HJB" monogram, Regd. No. 740410, (1929). 15.5cm long Sound.
  • Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00
  • Hammer Price: £50.00

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Lot 56

  • A PAIR OF EARLY 19TH-CENTURY IRON LOBSTER CRACKS, 22.5CM LONG, A PAIR OF NUTCRACKERS of similar design and period, 13cm long, and A PAIR OF TREEN NUTCRACKERS of similar form, 19th century. 13cm long. (3) In good condition.
  • Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00
  • Hammer Price: £90.00

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Lot 57

  • A RARE PAIR OF EARLY GEORGE II BRASS NUTCRACKERS, engraved with the owner~s name "Thos. Waite" and dated 1730. 9.5cm. In sound used condition, commensurate with age.
  • Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00
  • Hammer Price: £1,300.00

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Lot 58

  • A COPPER SAUCEPAN AND COVER with iron handles, from the Earl of Lonsdale~s kitchens, the pan engraved with an Earl~s coronet and "L" for Lord Lonsdale and "CT" for Carleton House Terrace, (the London residence), the lid engraved with the coronet and "L" above "BARLEYTHORPE", (Lord Lonsdale~s hunting lodge in Rutland). 20.5cm diameter, 37cm including handle. Very good - the interior tinning still serviceable
  • Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00
  • Hammer Price: £75.00

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Lot 59

  • A RARE CONTINENTAL CARVED FRUIT- OR LIME-WOOD SCOOP, the handle carved as a nobleman seated with his dog before him, the reverse inscribed in Roman upper-case, "LOR SCH", probably 16th-/17th-century. 18.5cm long. Left front leg of chair depleted; scoop chibbled.
  • Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00
  • Hammer Price: £60.00

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Lot 60

  • A SILVER-PLATED EGG TOPPER, 19TH Century. 9.5cm. In good order.
  • Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00
  • Hammer Price: £35.00

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