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This sale was held on 07/08/2019 at 10:00 am

James Gillray (1757-1815) - The works from the original plates, with the addition of many subjects not before collected, printed for Henry G. Bohn, York Street, Covent Garden, London, by Charles Whiting, (large three quarter bound leather and marble effect hardback folio with gilt work to spine), 25.75ins x 20.5ins, Thomas Wright (Ed.) - "The Works of James Gillray, The Caricaturist; with the History ...

£800 - £1,200

The Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm, illustrated by Arthur Rackham, a deluxe limited signed edition, No. 394 of 750, published by Constable & Company Ltd., London, 1909 (one vellum bound copy with gilt decoration of the Goose Girl to upper board, and Arthur Rackham's ink signature under the limitation)

£500 - £700

William Shakespeare - "A Midsummer Night's Dream", first edition, illustrated by Arthur Rackham, published by William Heinemann, London 1908 (one light brown cloth covered volume)

£200 - £300

E. Nesbit - "The Railway Children", first edition published by Wells Gardner, Darton & Co Ltd., London 1906 (one maroon and gilt cloth covered volume)

£150 - £200

J. M. Barrie - "Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens", published by Hodder & Stoughton, London, illustrated by Arthur Rackham (one green and gilt cloth-bound volume)

£120 - £160

Alastair J. Johnston and James F. Johnston - The Chronicles of Golf: 1457-1857, published by International Merchandising Co., 1993, limited edition No. 365/900, with original dust jacket and outer sleeve

£120 - £160

John Lewis - "The History and Antiquities as well Ecclefiaftical as Civil of the Ifle of Tenet, in Kent", second edition, London 1736, with 24 plates (one leather bound volume)

£150 - £200

Rev. J. Dart - "The History and Antiquities of the Cathedral Church of Canterbury", printed and sold by J. Cole, London 1726 (one gilt tooled brown leather bound volume)

£120 - £160

John Stow - "The Survay of London: Containing, the Originall, Antiquitie, Encreafe, and More Moderne Eftate of the fayd Famous Citie", enlarged by Anthony Munday, printed by George Purslowe, 1616 (one leather bound volume)

£150 - £200

Julia Pardoe - "The Beauties of the Bosphorus by Miss Pardoe. Illustrated in a series of Views of Constantinople and Its Environs from Original Drawings by W.H. Bartlett", published by Virtue & Co., London (one maroon leather and gilt bound volume), and William Beattie, M.D. - "The Danube: Its History, Scenery, and Topography. Splendidly Illustrated, from Sketches Taken on the Spot, ...

£150 - £200

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W. Cosmo Monkhouse - "The Turner Gallery. A Series of 120 Engravings from the Works of the Late J.M. Turner, R.A.", published by Virtue & Company, 294 City Road, London (three green and gilt stamped full leather bound volumes)

£200 - £300

Richard Wagner - "The Rhinegold and the Valkyrie", illustrated by Arthur Rackham and translated by Margaret Armour, published by William Heinemann, London and Doubleday Pace & Co., New York 1918 (one volume, in grey cloth binding complete with dust jacket), and Richard Wagner - "Siegfried and The Twilight of the Gods", illustrated by Arthur Rackham and translated by Margaret Armour, ...

£100 - £150

"Berlin and Its Treasures", published by T. Hagger 67, Paternoster Row, London and A.H. Payne, Leipzig and Dresden (one green leather and gilt bound volume), and "The Rhine Illustrated", published by Fisher, Son & Co London and Paris, 1841 (one green leather and gilt bound volume), and two others

£100 - £150

Laurence Brown - "A Catalogue of British Historical Medals 1760 to 1960 - Volume 1 The Accession of George III to the Death of William IV", published by Seaby Publications Ltd 1980 (one volume complete with dust jacket), and "British Historical Medals 1837 to 1901: The Reign of Queen Victoria", published by Seaby, London 1987 (one volume complete with dust jacket), and Edward Hawkins ...

£120 - £160

Richard Lord Braybrooke (Ed.) - "Diary and Correspondence of Samuel Pepys, F.R.S", published by George Bell & Sons, 1884-1885 (four half leather bound volumes), and William Bray (Ed.) - "Diary and Correspondence of John Evelyn F.R.S", published by George Bell & Sons, 1883-1887 (four half leather bound volumes)

£100 - £150

C M Gavin - "Royal Yachts", first edition, No. 75 of 1000 limited edition copies, published by Rich & Cowen Limited, 27 Maiden Lane Strand W.C.2 London 1932 (one navy blue cloth bound volume), Charles Hocking - "Dictionary of Disasters at Sea During the Age of Steam including Sailing Ships and Ships of War Lost in Action 1824 to 1962", published by Lloyds Register of Shipping, ...

£120 - £160

Leslie Stephen (Ed.) - "The Works of Henry Fielding, Esq.", published by Smith, Elder & Co., 15, Waterloo Place, London 1882 (ten brown leather bound volumes)

£250 - £350

Henry B. Wheatley (Ed.) - "The Diary of Samuel Pepys, M.A., F.R.S.", published by George Bell & Sons York Street, Covent Garden, London 1893-1899 (ten half leather bound volumes, including - The Diary of Samuel Pepys Volumes 1-8, Index Volume 9 and Pepysiana Volume 10)

£100 - £150

Beatrix Potter - "The Pie and the Patty-Pan", first edition published by Frederick Warne & Co, London and New York 1905, and eleven other Beatrix Potter books

£150 - £200

Robert Latham and William Matthews (Ed.) - "The Diary of Samuel Pepys", published by G. Bell & Sons Ltd., 1970-1983 (eleven green cloth bound volumes - nine with dust jackets)

£100 - £150

Samuel Pepys - "Memoirs Relating to the State of the Royal Navy of England for Ten Years, Determin'd December 1688", printed 1690 (one rebound leather volume)

£150 - £200

Richard Lord Braybrooke (Ed.) - "Diary and Correspondence of Samuel Pepys", published by Bickers & Son, 1875-1879 (six half leather bound volumes)

£100 - £150

A small collection of books of general interest, including - Thomas Mawe - "Every Man his Own Gardener; Being a New and Much More Complete Gardener's Calendar and General Directory", published by Johnson, Baldwin & Richardson, 1805 (one half leather bound volume), George O. Howell (Ed.) - "The Kentish Notebook", published by Smither Brothers, 1891 (two green cloth bound volumes), ...

£80 - £120

A small collection of books of Pepys interest, including - Samuel Pepys - "Penny Merriments", published by Constable & Company Ltd., 1976, Walter Courtenay Pepys - "Genealogy of the Pepys Family", published by Faber & Faber, 1952 (one half leather bound volume), John Drinkwater - "Pepys His Life and Character", published by William Heinemann Ltd., 1930 (one brown cloth ...

£100 - £150

A small collection of books of Pepys interest, including - Oscar A. Mendelsohn - "Drinking with Pepys", published by MacMillan & Co Ltd., London, 1963 (one half leather bound volume), "Occasional Papers read by Members at Meetings of the Samuel Pepys Club", published by the Chiswick Press, 1917 (one cloth bound volume for 1903-1914), J. R. Tanner (Ed.) - "Further Correspondence ...

£100 - £150

A small collection of books of Pepys interest, including - A. Bryant - "Samuel Pepys. The Years of Peril", published by Cambridge University Press, 1935 (one half leather bound volume), "Extracts from the Diaries and Correspondence of John Evelyn and Samuel Pepys relating to Engraving", with notes by Howard C. Levis, published by Ellis, London 1915 (one half leather bound volume), ...

£100 - £120

A small collection of books of London interest, including - Mary Cathcart Borer - "The City of London. A History", published by Constable London, 1977 (one brown cloth covered volume with dust jacket), Peter Whitfield - "London a Life in Maps", published by The British Library, 2006 (one paperback volume), Dan Cruickshank and Peter Wild - "London: The Art of Georgian Building", ...

£80 - £120

Six postcard albums of primarily topographical, floral, humorous and travel interest, together with a quantity of loose cards, various

£150 - £200

A large collection of topographical, portrait, greeting and other postcards, various (two boxes)

£150 - £200

A letter of invitation from the Chamberlain of Josephine Bonaparte, to celebrate the French entry into Denmark, sent from Malmaison 26th of June 1812 and a 19th Century engraving of Malmaison, both in one frame and glazed, and a fragment of wallpaper and dried leaves of Napoleonic interest, with ink inscription "Napoleon" and pencil inscription "Brought by me from St. Helena in 1827 ...

£100 - £150

A small collection of written, printed and drawn ethnographia, including - A mid-19th Century written journal of a journey to Scotland, including engravings and pressed wild flowers, a 19th Century album of pencil drawings including "Cottage near Thun", an early 19th Century album containing drawings, watercolours, uplifting anecdotes and letters, together with seven more albums, various

£100 - £150

"Photographic Log of H.M.S. Royal Oak 1927-1929" - An album of souvenir photographs of the vessel's commission from 1927-1929 with the First Battle Squadron, Mediterranean Fleet, fifty pages with green board covers

£200 - £300

A collection of cigarette cards contained in sixteen albums, including - W.D and H. O. Wills - Members of the Royal Family, and a quantity of loose cards, various

£120 - £160

Frank A. Rinehart (1861-1928) - Hand tinted photographic print - "Chief Goes to War (Sioux)", No. 762, copyright 1898, 9.25ins x 7.25ins, in gilt frame and glazed
Note: Frank A. Rinehart was commissioned to photograph the Native American leaders and delegates at the 1898 Indian congress, held in conjunction with the Trans-Mississippi and International Exposition in Omaha, Nebraska


£150 - £200

A collection of autographs from musicians and theatre acts, including - Louis Armstrong (1901-1971) three quarter length photograph signed and dedicated, two full length photographs of George Formby and Beryl Formby, signed and dated, together with two autograph albums containing various signatures
Note: Collected by a family member of a dance act - Vera of the Dancing Dynamites


£200 - £300

The Thomas Gould Collection of Items of Cricketing Interest
19th Century English school - Oil painting - "A Game of Cricket" - Landscape with old man and children playing cricket, canvas 17ins x 23ins, indistinctly signed, in gilt moulded frame


£400 - £600

David Gentleman (born 1930) - Limited edition coloured print - The Long Room, Lords Cricket Ground, 21.5ins x 17.5ins (No.70 of edition of 195) signed, framed and glazed

£60 - £80

After Leslie Mathew Ward ('Spy') (1851-1922) - Twenty "Vanity Fair" colour prints - Cricketers, including W.G. Grace, various sizes, and "Winston", all framed and glazed

£750 - £1,000

A late Victorian gold coloured metal stick pin of cricketing interest modelled in the form of a cricket bat set with an old cut diamond in front of three wickets, 63.5mm overall (weight 2.5 grammes)

£80 - £120

A late Victorian silver and enamel circular Sovereign case, the lid decorated with a full length portrait of Dr. W. G. Grace in cricket attire on pitch in front of wicket, 1.375ins diameter, probably by William Henry Sparrow, Birmingham 1895 (weight 31.5 grammes), and a 470mm Victorian silvery metal and mesh fob (weight 60 grammes)

£250 - £350

A Victorian silver prize cup, the plain bowl inscribed "Presented to Robert Daws Esqr. by the Supporters and Players of the Ripley Original Cricket Club as a token of gratitude for interest taken in the Advancement of Cricket Season, 1870", on triple cricket bat and wreath support and circular base with cricket ball, 8.25ins high, makers mark rubbed, London 1870 (weight 9.5ozs), an Elizabeth ...

£120 - £160

An early 20th Century copper and white metal three-handled tyg, of cricketing interest with three raised cricketing figures to the body, the handles with raised stumps, the rim with pattern of bats, the base stamped W.A.A, 5ins high

£100 - £150

Twelve 19th Century gilt and plated metal buckles of cricketing interest, in gilt box frame labelled "Traveller's samples of Cricket Buckles. 1872"

£200 - £300

A late Victorian gilt brass cased desk aneroid barometer of cricketing interest, the 3.5ins diameter white enamel dial, contained in drum pattern case surmounted by cricket ball and flanked by cricket bats and stumps, on rectangular base, 10ins wide x 4ins deep x 8ins high

£150 - £200

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After Henry Fugere (1872-1944) - Bronzed spelter figure of a huntsman with dog, on rectangular green veined marble base, 18ins high, signed, and 20th Century British school - Bronze model of W. G. Grace, on polished slate base, 11.5ins high

£150 - £200

WITHDRAWN

No Estimate


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