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Lot 9 An antique oil on panel – An Angel lifting a child to heaven, watched by a hydra.
Lot 10 A small pair of oval reverse glass paintings - Two Georgian monarchs, 3.75” high
Lot 11 A pair of black & white photographic prints – Boxer dogs – 'Posed' & 'Indisposed'
Lot 12 Georges Rouault (1871-1958) – aquatint in black & white – 'Rue des Solitaires', number 23 from Miserere series, originally purchased from Zwemmer Gallery in January 1957, reframed by Biasi in 1965, 14” x 20”.
Lot 13 Simeon Stafford (born 1956) – oil on board – 'Dot & Trixie', signed & dated (20)09, 6” x 5”
Lot 14 Simeon Stafford (born 1956) – oil on board – 'The Big Yellow Boat', signed & dated, 4.75” x 20.5”
Lot 15 Fred Yates (1922-2008) – oil on board – Mousehole Harbour, signed, 23.5” x 29.5”
Lot 16 Albert Schroder (1854-1939) – oil on panel - Gentleman in 17thC costume, raising a wine glass whilst seated at a lace-covered table with blue & white ewer and pewter plate, a tapestry covering the wall behind, signed, bearing old Munich Galleries Exhibition label to verso 'Number 155', 8.5” x 10.5” SEE ILLUSTRATION *May be subject to 4% artist resale levy in addition to normal buyer's premium
Lot 30 An early 20thC Indian bullion work embroidered panel, displaying an arabesque floral design on a black ground, believed to have been commissioned by a Lady in Waiting from the Court of Queen Alexandra or Queen Mary, 39” x 21”
Lot 39 A 14 piece Plichta cherry pattern coffee set – two cups cracked.
Lot 40 A matched pair of 19thC German porcelain figures – Gardener & Companion, in 18thC costume, 12”
Lot 41 A 19thC German porcelain candelabrum, modelled with a shepherd – double underglaze blue crossed batons mark, 24” high.
Lot 42 A large pair of 19thC continental porcelain two=handled vases, each decorated with an oval panel depicting a courting couple in 18thC costume, on dark blue grounds with gilding, underglaze blue 'PP' and 'R' marks to undersides, 18” high.
Lot 43 A 19thC Sevres style ormolu mounted scent bottle casket, of serpentine plan, containing four opaque glass bottles with gilt metal tops, on four gilt pad feet, 6.25” across.
Lot 44 A 19thC circular polychrome porcelain plaque copy of an Old Master – Figures, horses and cattle watering, 14” diameter in modern Rowley Gallery gilt frame.
Lot 45 Two early 19thC matching Stone China dessert dishes decorated in green & red with flowers – pattern No.136
Lot 46 A Clarice Cliff blue crocus pattern cream jug – small chip near spout.
Lot 47 An early 20thC Chinese porcelain figure of a Mandarin – a/f
Lot 48 A 19thC Faience candlestick commemorating Napoleon – a/f
Lot 49 An 18thC English porcelain blue & white tea bowl in Mansfield pattern, together with a Chinese porcelain tea bowl & saucer
Lot 50 A 19thC French bleu-de-roi glazed vase with ormolu mounts