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A Limited Edition Webb Corbett Ltd glass bust of Winston Churchill, modelled by Eric Griffiths, no.105 of 250, approx. 27cm h, complete with fitted retailer's box, the box being sun bleached

1974 Winston Churchill Centenary, The Coalport 'Sir Winston Churchill' vase, 1974, in the form of a twin handled urn, Limited Edition numbered 7 of 200, commissioned by Francis Sinclair of Doncaster, the obverse with a hand painted view of Blenheim Palace, painted by J Ravenscroft, on the reverse the Churchill Coat of Arms flanked by silhouette of Sir Winston and garlands of oak leaves and acorns,...

The Abbeydale Vase 1964, titled 'The Churchill Vase', Limited Edition 181 of 250, made to mark the Honorary Citizenship of the United States of America bestowed upon Churchill in 1963, the 28cm high rounded octagonal shaped vase with lion head handles, decorated in cobalt blue, gold and raised gold, with portrait of Churchill, his family crest and date of birth, his office as Prime Minister and award...

The Spode Churchill Vase 1965, commissioned by Thomas Goode & Company, Limited Edition 41 of 125, 35cm high, decorated in claret and white with extensive gilding, to the front Churchill's portrait contained within the Royal Blue and Gold belt of the Order of the Garter, with his title around the top of the vase and American Citizenship from the base

The Paragon Churchill cigar casket, Limited Edition 330 of 500, the cedar lined casket, decorated in Royal Blue and heightened in gilt, commemorating the Centenary of Winston Churchill, the lid bearing the Churchill Coat of Arms, complete with certificate, AF

Peter Hicks, 1999, a cold-cast resin bronze figure for the Members of the International Churchill Society, titled 'Winston is back', based on the photograph of Churchill striding along Whitehall September 1939 to take up his post as First Lord of the Admiralty, 31cm h, with sculptor's signature to base with number 312

Karin Churchill, a cold-cast resin bronze of Winston Churchill wearing the robes of a Knight of the Garter, 39cm h, with Karin Churchill sticker to base

Royal Doulton, a set of four Winston Churchill toby jugs, all in brown overcoats, all stamped to the bases, 10cm -22cm high (4)

Royal Doulton, a set of three Winston Churchill toby jugs, all in grey overcoats, all stamped to the bases, 10cm -22cm high, together with another small example with a blue overcoat (4)

Royal Doulton, a set of three Winston Churchill toby jugs, all in dark brown overcoats, all stamped to the bases, 10cm -22cm high (3)

Royal Doulton, a set of four unusual Winston Churchill toby jugs, all in flambé style glaze, all stamped to the bases with Royal Doulton stamp plus other markings, 10cm -22cm high (4)

Paragon, Patriotic Series, a group of four cups and saucers, three in green glaze and one in blue, together with three Paragon Patriotic circular dishes (11)

Lord Nelson/Nelson Ware, a collection of ceramics all with the same image of Winston Churchill in front of a Naval ship with quote 'There'll always be an England', two type of designs to the rims, gilt and lustre style, including butter dish, tankard, milk jug, cups, saucers, dishes, ashtray and more (parcel)

Atlantic Charter, a plaster bust of Winston Churchill in uniform, on base, marked 'Atlantic Charter 1941' to the base (1)

A group of four Danish Bikuben Soholm pottery money box busts, the Limited Edition bust in the form of World Leaders, comprising Winston Churchill (889/3000), John F Kennedy (3176/4000), Josip Broz Tito (3769/4000) and Charles De Gaulle (187/4000) (4)

Paragon, Winston Churchill Bust, c1942, modelled by R. Johnson, this fine bone China bust was produced during WWII, primarily for the American market, with backstamp 'The Rt Hon Winston Churchill Prime Minister of Great Britain, 22cm h

Kirklands Embassy Ware, two Winston Churchill Commemorative jugs, one in a cream glaze, the other in colour, maker's stamps to the bases, both 19cm h (2)

Peggy Davies, two Winston Churchill Limited Edition Loving Cups, both modelled by Andy Moss, one in cream with black handles (30/250), the other in coloured glazed (59/250), both with COA (4)

Artist Proof for Kevin Francis by Peter Ansell, a Winston Churchill D-Day Landing Toby jug, Churchill painted in Army Camouflage, 24cm H, marked to the base

Michael Sutty, Sir Winston Churchill porcelain bust, from the Military and Naval Bust series, Limited Edition 74 of 250, Churchill portrayed in the Ceremonial uniform of the Cinque Ports, 22cm H

Michael Sutty, Sir Winston Churchill porcelain bust, from the Military and Naval Bust series, Limited Edition , no numbers to the base, in white glaze, 22cm H

Michael Sutty, Sir Winston Churchill porcelain bust, from the Military and Naval Bust series, Limited Edition 1 of 4 , in Royal Blue glaze, 22cm H

Michael Sutty, Sir Winston Churchill porcelain bust, from the Military and Naval Bust series, marked Churchill Trial number 1 of 4, in red glaze, flambé style, 22cm H

After Oscar Nemon, four plaster busts of Sir Winston Churchill, each of a slightly different gradient of completion, from cream painted through to bronze effect, all approx. 13.5cm high (4)

Royal Doulton, a large character jug of Winston Churchill D7298, 'Character Jug of the Year 2009', modelled by Shane Ridge

Burleigh Ware, three twin handled loving cups depicting Churchill and Roosevelt, 'Champion of Democracy', one in a reddish glazed the other in white (3)

Churchill, a collection of various tableware ceramics each with the 1951-55 transfer design of Churchill, various maker's and ages, including a couple of pieves marked Prince William Warranted 22 Carat Gold, to include mugs, cups, saucers, small dishes and more (parcel)

Tom Clark, a 1991 resin figure of a seated Winston Churchill, holding the script of his first speech as Prime Minister to the House of Commons, 33cm high

Figural Ashtrays, a group of five figural ashtrays, to include 'Who Said Hitler?' with the figure of a Bulldog, in plaster (AF), Winston the Winner, V for Victory and two more (AF)

Figural Ashtrays, a group of five figural ashtrays, to include a 1940s black painted example, two similar plaster examples, one with 'Hermon Tories Hill' to the front, and two other plaster examples, the cream example with an indistinctive maker's name to the side, possibly Jon (AF)

Royal Brierley, a Commemorative Winston Churchill glass goblet, the bowl with extensive engraving by Tom Jones, Limited Edition number 104 of 500, approx. 15.5cm high

Glassware, a collection of Winston Churchill etched Commemorative toasting and wine glasses, including a Limited Edition Whitefriars (66/100) with cert and box, two by David Smith, and more (8)

Glassware, three cased Commemorative glassware items, to includes Webb Corbett Toasting glass, a Stuart Glass wine glass, a pair of Bor Glass etch glasses and an Edinburgh Crystal Glass Company Limited Edition bell with cert, 164 of 500

Pottery Unknown, Three graduating WWII period British made Character jugs, all marked to the base '126/3 British Made', together with two others of similar design, 13cm -26cm tall in range (5)

Royal Doulton, a small collection of WWII period transfer printed ceramics, to include an incomplete trinket box, missing lid, a tankard, two small dishes, a cup and a beaker, all with the quote 'This Was Their Finest Hour' to the bases )parcel)

Pam Taylor, 1929-2014, bronze resin bust of Sir Winston Churchill, signed and dated '88' to the rear, approx. 35cm high

A collection of War Period and later plaster models of Churchill, in various suits and military dress, together with a Murano Glass model of Churchill with bowler hat (parcel)

Royal Hampshire Fine Art Sculptures, a small group consisting of Winston Churchill, The Paratrooper 1944, The Paratrooper (During Exit), The Parachute Regiment, The Parachute Regt (Falklands War), The SAS (Gulf War) (AF), The SAS (Iranian Embassy) and Dropzone (8)

Triang and Lima 00 Gauge Locomotives, unboxed, Triang Steam Locomotive and Tender, 34051 Winston Churchill in BR Green Livery, together with a Lima Class 87 87019 Electric Locomotive Sir Winston Churchill in BR Blue livery (3)

Royal Doulton, bone China figurine 'Winston S Churchill' HN3433, Limited Edition 1842/5000

Royal Doulton, black Basalt bust if Winston Churchill, Limited Edition 122 of 750, 28cm, complete with maroon felt topped wooden stand, 34cm h

Doggie People, a large Robert Harrop Limited Edition Bulldog Winston, DPB07, 173 of 750, together with a smaller example CC94 (2)

Churchill Centenary Picture medals, three Limited Edition cased medal sets by Toye, Kenning & Spencer Ltd, including one struck in 22ct Gold on Sterling Silver (443/500), a Sterling Silver example (209/1000) and a bronze example (366/2000), AF (3)

The Hours Of Decision', an unopened solid sterling silver plate, no.2404, complete with booklet and certificate, AF

Silver Centenary Presentation dish by Walker & Hall, dated Sheffield 1973/74, the dish with a relief of Churchill to the centre, his name to the top and quote 'Never in the field of Human Conflict was so much owed by so many to so few August 1940'

Silver items, three commemorative silver dishes, all have a Churchill coin to the centre, one hallmarked London 1964 by Spink & Son, with 'Very Well Alone' coin to centre, another London 1975 by Robert & Dore, with Churchills initials, and stamped Dorland 1905-1980 (possibly added later), the third London 1966 by Robert & Dore, with Crown to centre, together with a Harman Bros silver ashtray, with...

A silver box with oval portrait of Churchill, the wooden lined box dated London 1967 by Garrard & Co Ltd,the printed portrait is of Sir Winston Churchill in RAF Uniform, together with two Limited Edition silver dishes, both bearing a coin to the centre, one dated London 1975 by Robert & Dore, the other London 1971, also by Robert & Dore (3)

The Churchill Centenary Trust plate, 1974, created by John Pinches, stamped 'filled' to the underside, number 639, in fitted wooden case, no original box, AF


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