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This sale was held on Tuesday 30th March 2021 at 9:30am

A 1960s autograph album of musicians signatures including all four Beatles, Roy Orbison, Searchers etc. signatures obtained by Pamela R. Collyer along with ticket stubs for some gigs for Gaumont and ABC Southampton and Winter Gardens, Bournemouth, c.1962-4, includes a Bobby Vee fan club registration card dated 30 Sept 1962 10.5 x 12cm

£1,500 - £2,000

A 1960s album of rock musicians autographs including two sets of The Rolling Stones (includes Brian Jones), Johnny Kidd, c.1963-65 obtained by Julia Wardle at Leek Town Hall, Staffordshire,

£700 - £900

A 1960s album of rock and pop musicians autographs, signed by The Who, The Hollies etc. obtained by Wendy Green (nee Payton), at Worthing Assembly Hall, apparently Keith Moon of The Who, spilt drink in his hair and Wendy was a professional hairdresser and trimmed his hair 2.5 x 16.5cm

£500 - £700

A group of Egyptian stone and turquoise glazed faience amulets, beads and fragments, late Kingdom to Roman period, some pieces with old labels for items collected in late 19th or early 20th century, together with a painted wood and gesso head fragment, post Pharaonic, 8.5cm, individual tesserae from Byzantine mosaics mounted on card and collected in 1863-4, Provenance - A. T. Arber-Cooke CONDITION:...

£300 - £500

An Ancient Assyrian fragment of a cuneiform alabaster slab, probably 9th century BC from Kouyunjik (Nineveh) and two clay cuneiform tablets, old collector's label verso inscribed '..an Assyrian royal proclamation probably of Assur-naisr-pal (9thc BC.) It commences With the help of Assur my Lord... to all the people, Probably from Ninive, sent to England by Captain Anthony Hormuzd Rassam', 10.3cm...

£300 - £500

Two Egyptian bronze statuettes of Osiris and a sculpted limestone figure fragment, Ptolemaic period, the two statuettes 6.4 and 6.5cm, the stone group depicting a seated human with a animal between its legs and an animal seated upon its back, 9cm high Provenance - A. T. Arber-Cooke CONDITION: Please enquire. Provenance - Alfred Theodore Arber-Cooke (c.1905-1993); thence by family descent....

£300 - £500

Two Egyptian alabaster cosmetic jars, c.1500 BC and Ptolemaic period (305-30 BC), the older jar with angular rim and foot, old labels to bases, 4.8cm high and 5.3cm high, Provenance - A. T. Arber-Cooke CONDITION: Provenance - Alfred Theodore Arber-Cooke (c.1905-1993); thence by family descent. Arber-Cooke was an antiquarian and avid collector of Asian works of art, coins and antiquities principally...

£150 - £200

A group of Ancient Greek pottery vessels, Attic and Apulia, 4th-5th century BC, most with old collection labels, the Apulian dish with central flower motif, 18cm diameter, a similar small krater, 9cm wide, five other vessels and a Cypriot bronze age ewer, 13cm Provenance - A. T. Arber-Cooke CONDITION: Provenance - Alfred Theodore Arber-Cooke (c.1905-1993); thence by family descent. Arber-Cooke...

£300 - £500

A group of Ancient Roman pottery vessels and a bronze statuette of Venus, mostly 1st-4th century AD, the bronze statuette, 6.5cm, many of the items with Victorian collection labels, together with an Etruscan jar, 7th century BC and two Graeco-Roman vessels, tallest 14.5cm and a section of red marble, 8cm from excavations 25.ii.1858 at San Stephano, Rome Provenance - A. T. Arber-Cooke CONDITION:...

£300 - £500

Five Egyptian turquoise glazed faience shabti and three fragments, New Kingdom to late period, some with old labels, the complete shabti 10cm-11.5cm, one grey pottery shabti fragment painted in pigments, 6cm Provenance - A. T. Arber-Cooke CONDITION: Provenance - Alfred Theodore Arber-Cooke (c.1905-1993); thence by family descent. Arber-Cooke was an antiquarian and avid collector of Antiquities...

£600 - £800

A group of three Roman glass vessels and Egyptian/Roman glass fragments, many with old collection labels including a lachrymatory from a tomb in Cyprus, 1st/2nd century BC, 10.3cm, tallest vessel, 13.5cm, two carded Roman glass cabochons in imitation of onyx, another similar section of glass the card stating it was collected by T H Cochrane, carded beads of glass 'found in a tomb near the Temple...

£300 - £500

Book on Roman coins, Charles Patin, Imperatorum Romanorum Numismata Ex Ære Mediæ Et Minimæ Formæ, Paris 1697, one volume quarto calf, CONDITION: Provenance - Alfred Theodore Arber-Cooke (c.1905-1993); thence by family descent. Arber-Cooke was an antiquarian and avid collector of Asian works of art, and antiquities principally collecting from the 1930s to the 1970s. He amassed a good reference...

£400 - £600

A group of English medieval church/priory architectural stonework and tile fragments, some pieces with inscribed labels of provenance, including two fragments of figures supposedly from the lowest row of niches of Wells Cathedral, Somerset, four sections of stonework from Merton Priory, Surrey (destroyed in 1538) from excavations from 1898-1929, a section of a door jamb from the cloisters of Glastonbury...

£300 - £500

A 19th century painted wood architectural elevation model of Lansdowne House portico, after Robert Adam 17cm high, Provenance - A. T. Arber-Cooke CONDITION: Provenance - Alfred Theodore Arber-Cooke (c.1905-1993); thence by family descent. Arber-Cooke was an antiquarian and avid collector of Asian works of art, and antiquities principally collecting from the 1930s to the 1970s. He amassed...

£200 - £300

A Maxwell Hemmens Precision Steam Models agricultural traction engine, with green and red paintwork, 18in. with original assembly instructions and boiler test certificate dated October / November 1991 CONDITION: Overall good original condition, top of the roof rather dusty and dirty with some very tiny rub marks at the corners, steel banding around the front wheels with some light oxidisation...

£600 - £800

A Bing clockwork tinplate car, c.1906, with cream painted seats, red bodywork and yellow wheels, length 9.5in. width 5in., with original card box and winding key CONDITION: Paintwork looks to be original but now chipped, handbrake present and working, tyres look original but pressed out of shape, comes with original winding key but this is not working although the mechanism looks to be complete.

£1,000 - £1,500

A rare late 16th century German oval ivory diptych-dial, the upper inner leaf with tangent circles and inscribed 1593, the lower leaf (lacking its glass cover and string gnomon) housing a dry-card paper compass, beneath hour lines marked with Roman numerals, the upper outer leaf with a brass nocturnal, a small external catch keeps the lid open when in use, probably Nuremberg, width 39mm depth...

£300 - £500

An English painted paper and 'lacquer' fan, late 18th century and a 19th century Chinese embroidered silk purse the fan with lacquered and abalone inlaid 'dragon' sticks and objects to the guards, 25.5cm the purse woven with aquatic creatures, 9cm CONDITION: Some of the fan sticks are damaged, splits to the paper leaf and losses to lacquer, Purse silk is faded and split Provenance - Alfred...

£200 - £300

A Jaques & Son Ltd In Statu Quo bone travelling chess set, in mahogany case, c.1860, with brass label and maker's stamps, 9 x 5.5in. CONDITION: Overall looks to be in good condition, the outside probably cleaned and repolished at some point, board looks to have its original finish with some scratching and scuffing commensurate with age, locking mechanism working, although one red pawn does...

£250 - £350

A Jaques & Son Staunton 3 1/2" boxwood and weighted chess set in original golden oak box, c.1910, 8 x 5.75 x 3.5in. CONDITION: Box measures 8 x 5.75 x 3.5in., looks to have been repolished at some point, one short split in the lid on the left, faded green baize lining and pale green paper label inside the lid. Black - king named JAQUES LONDON, tiny chips to the Queen's coronet and the ring...

£500 - £700

A Jaques London red and white ivory 3 1/2" Staunton chess set, c.1850, with Carton Pierre casket, kite marks for 1st March 1849 8.25 x 6 x 4in. CONDITION: Casket looks to be in good order, with red velvet showing through the lid, green velvet to the interior with tooled gilt leather around the edge of the interior of the lid, later support straps have been fixed in place, no label to the casket,...

£1,000 - £1,500

A 19th century Muslim ivory chess set, the two sides with engraved red and brown geometric motifs, kings 2in. CONDITION: Red - King has lost it's finial, otherwise good order although some of the red inlay is rather faded, all pieces except for the pawns have black rings to the underside which are partially eroded Brown - chipped section away from the top finial of the Queen, hairline crack...

£400 - £600

A Jaques London red and white ivory 2¾" Staunton chess set, c.1850, with original Carton Pierre casket, 8.25 x 6 x 4in. CONDITION: Casket a little worn, lid is almost completely detached, chipped and broken away at the front right corner, castellations around the top are broken away at the corners, what looks to be the original red fabric showing through is now very faded and split, green baize...

£800 - £1,200

A late 17th century military hangar sword, with brass hilt, antler handle and blade engraved with classical warriors, Perseus and Fabius, length 34in. CONDITION: Blade worn and pitted with old oxidisation, the engraving still legible, hilt slightly wobbly but overall fair to good condition.

£400 - £600

A late 18th century brass barrelled flintlock blunderbuss, by Jones, with chequered mahogany stock, signed lockplate with sprung bayonet and ramrod, length 30in. CONDITION: Woodwork of very good rich colour with small dents, scuffs and knocks commensurate with age but essentially good, lock working and fixing to two positions, catch holding bayonet closed is working but catch holding it in...

£500 - £800

A late 18th/ early 19th century French gold inlaid pistol by Henraux with finely carved walnut stock, lions mask butt, flower and urn engraved trigger guard, signed lock plate with gilt bird, later conversion to percussion from flintlock and octagonal barrel decorated in gold and named 'Henraux A Givet' 14.5in. CONDITION: Overall in good original condition, lock clicks into two positions, comes...

£1,500 - £2,000

A pair of Continental tin glazed pottery figures of a Chinese man and woman, seated upon a bell-fringed pedestals, D.1ft 8in. H.6ft 1in. CONDITION: She with crackling in the glaze and numerous small firing pock marks, the blade of the fan has been broken away and restuck and there are further repairs around the fingers of that hand, otherwise an old restuck break at the back right side of the...

£1,200 - £1,500

Galileo Pochini (19th C.). A carved alabaster bust of a medieval lady, inscribed 'de la Valliere', signed, height 18in. CONDITION: A number of tiny little bruises and knocks around the raised extremities and one or two light surface scuffs but overall in good condition, named on the left, signed on the right.

£500 - £700

Bartolomeo Cavaceppi (1716-1799). A white marble figure after the Antique Medici Apollo (Apollino), accompanying book on Cavaceppi and a photo stating that the figure was acquired in 1949. It is possible that this figure was sold as part of two Christie's sales of the contents of Wentworth Woodhouse in 1948 and 1949. A similar group of the Medici Apollo can be seen in photos of the Sculpture Room...

£3,000 - £5,000

A white marble group of two classical bathers, one partially clad, the other a kneeling nude, height 32in. (a.f.) CONDITION: Numerous surface scuffs, small dents and dirt marks, rubbing to the top of the standing girl's left forefinger and some overall sign of weathering from exposure, the most significant damage being the breaks across the base where it has been sheared through at the ankles...

£2,000 - £3,000

Four English oak figures of Evangelists, three possibly c.1425-50, one a 19th century copy, from Romsey Abbey? on square plinths, 19cm high Provenance - A. T. Arber-Cooke, acquired in 1950 CONDITION: Provenance - Alfred Theodore Arber-Cooke (c.1905-1993); thence by family descent. Arber-Cooke was an antiquarian and avid collector of Asian works of art, and antiquities principally collecting...

£1,000 - £1,500

A Neil Godfrey bronzed composition life size figure of Tom Sawyer, numbered 5 of a limited edition of 25, 1994, with COA, height 5ft 2in. CONDITION: One or two tiny scuff marks but overall looks to be in very good original condition.

£500 - £800

A Regency painted and penwork work box, modelled as a cottage, with leaded windows, plants around the sides and a hay rake leaning against the back. width 7.25in. depth 4.5in. height 5in. CONDITION: Overall fair condition retaining much of the original paintwork although now looking a little dirty, some scuffing to the roof and loss of paint across the back edge where there is also some missing...

£600 - £800

A bronze ship's bell from the 1914 HMS Ark Royal, retaining its original clanger, height 8.25in. diameter 8.25in.

£1,000 - £1,500

A pair of late 19th century French Louis XV style ormolu seven light candelabra, with foliate scroll branches and pierced stems on scroll feet, height 26in. CONDITION: Much of the original gilding is now rubbed away from polishing, some of the arms are very slightly bent out of shape, fitted with extinguishers to the hop sconces, three sconces missing from the branches, otherwise good order.

£300 - £500

A Victorian ormolu ink stand, the central wafer box applied with a bust of a Shakespeare and flanked by cut glass wells, width 17.5in. depth 9in. height 6in. CONDITION: Overall with a slightly matted appearance rubbed down to the base bronze at the raised extremities, the lid of the wafer box may be a later replacement certainly has a differing finish to the rest of the piece, otherwise minor...

£150 - £200

A French cut glass and ormolu urn shaped ink stand, second quarter 19th century, the glass possibly Baccarat, slice and strawberry cut in the form of leaves, the interior with sander and two inkwells, one with cover, on a square pedestal base, the cover with floral finial, 17cm high CONDITION: One of the inkwells is lacking a cover, minor scuffing and wear consistent with age and use, glass...

£300 - £500

An early 20th century Tiffany style bronze table lamp, by Handel, with opaque leaded glass domed shade and chinoiserie style pierced base with ring handles, diameter 20.1in. height 25in. CONDITION: Overall rather dirty with a number of the panels coming loose from their leaded surrounds, in fact some may be later replacements as a number of them have more of a white tone than the others, the...

£800 - £1,200

After Edward Francis McCartan (1879-1947). A pair of Art Nouveau bronze candlesticks, modelled as nude children holding aloft amphora on fluted circular bases, signed with Copyright stamp, height 16.75in. CONDITION: Both with good rich chocolate brown patination, quality of the casting is a little more poor most notably around the wax pans, boy figure is perhaps slightly bent out of shape where...

£300 - £400

After Raoul Larche (1860-1912). A bronze 'Loie Fuller' table lamp the dancer with raised arms, wearing a flowing gown extending around her feet to form the base and billowing up around her head, signed to the base, height 17in. CONDITION: Overall a dull mid to light brown finish, casting a little weak most notably around her hands and face, but otherwise fair order.

£1,000 - £1,500

Henry Jacobs. An Art Nouveau gilt bronze bust of a medieval maiden, signed, height 14in., on associated marble plinth CONDITION: Looks to have the original golden to greenish brown patination which is slightly rubbed and a little dirty, tip of her nose is dented, signed near the right shoulder, surface scuffing to the back, impressed initials to the lower back, comes with a marble plinth which...

£500 - £600

§ Hamish Mackie (1973-). A bronze model of a rhinoceros, standing upon a naturalistic base, incised with the artist's initials and numbered 1/12, length 9.5.in. height 6.25in. CONDITION: A greenish matted patination running across the upper surfaces of the bronze with some rubbing from polishing at the extremities, overall looks to be in very good order.

£1,000 - £1,500

Sir Joseph Edgar Boehm (1834-1890. A bronze figure of a Grenadier, signed J.E.BOEHM. SCR. and inscribed ‘GRENADIER, 1st GUARDS’, height 13.25in. CONDITION: Overall of a dull blackish brown tone but rubbed through to a lighter colour at the extremities, looks like the figure has been dropped at some point and there is a break running just above the knee of his right leg and further fracture...

£500 - £800

After the Antique, a bronze figure of Apollo?, 19th century, on a grey marble and bronze pedestal, 22.25in. CONDITION: Provenance - Alfred Theodore Arber-Cooke (c.1905-1993); thence by family descent. Arber-Cooke was an antiquarian and avid collector of Asian works of art, and antiquities principally collecting from the 1930s to the 1970s. He amassed a good reference library on Chinese &...

£600 - £800

A Staffordshire pearlware group of a huntsman with dog and gun, c.1820-30, on a turquoise and blue highlighted scrollwork base, 18.5cm high CONDITION: Tip of the huntsman's garden is restored, very slight flaking to the enamel colours on his hat, some fine crazing to the glaze all over otherwise in good condition. Provenance: Leonard Russell Collection of Pearlware Pottery

£100 - £150

A John Walton of Burslem pearlware group 'Return from Egypt', the titled base encrusted with flower and foliage, 20cm high CONDITION: Minor chip losses to the bocage and encrusted flowers on the base, the right ear of the donkey is restored, otherwise in good condition with fine crazing to the glaze all over. Provenance: Leonard Russell Collection of Pearlware Pottery

£200 - £300

A large Staffordshire pearlware group 'Flights', c.1830-50, on a titled naturalistic base with 'shredded glass', 25cm high CONDITION: Fine crazing to the glaze all over, typical minor glaze imperfections. The donkey's left ear is well restored, otherwise in good condition with no cracks or chips. Provenance: Leonard Russell Collection of Pearlware Pottery

£150 - £200

A Staffordshire pearlware group of a hunter with gun and recumbent dog, c.1820-30, on a C-scroll moulded base, 17.5cm high CONDITION: Some now slightly discoloured restoration to the hunter's right hand. Fine crazing to the glaze all over, typical minor glaze imperfections and a tiny flake to the back edge of the base otherwise in good condition. Provenance: Leonard Russell Collection of...

£100 - £150


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