A 1920s WOVEN CANE MOTORING PICNIC HAMPE
A carved limewood figure of a long eared
A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY CIRCULAR TILT TO
TWENTY TWO VARIOUS SILVER COINS includin
A 19TH CENTURY NEEDLEWORK AND PLUSH WORK
A CONTINENTAL CERAMIC BOWL upon a gilt b
A PART 19TH CENTURY & LATER ADAPTED ORIE
A LATE 19TH / EARLY 20TH CENTURY FANCY D
Nigel Brown of Halstock   A lobster pot
A FIRST QUARTER 20TH CENTURY COPPER FRAM
An 18th century Chinese God of War, depi
A large continental silver owl cigarette
A CONTINENTAL LIQUEUR DECANTER & SIX SIL
A 20th century plaster sculpture in the
PETER & ANN BATEMAN A GEORGE III SILVER
*** WITHDRAWN *** A GREEK MID 6TH CENTUR
A 20th century carved wood and painted s
A 19TH CENTURY MEISSEN PORCELAIN BUST OF
A Dents of London, improved liquid boat
JACOB GERHARDT 1980 NIERSTEINER SCHLOSSK
A life size fibreglass model of a Marlin
A 20TH CENTURY POSSIBLY ITALIAN CAST BRO
A 14K GOLD DIAMOND SET RING, swirl desig
A pair of North African open armchairs,
A PAIR OF SILVER SWEETMEAT BASKETS, pier
THREE COPPER ENGLISH HALFPENNIES; 1799,
A continental silver dog, post 1976, nat
AN ART NOUVEAU 9CT GOLD STONE SET PENDAN
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Sold Price
Description
472
N/S
H.A. GILBERT THE TALE OF A WYE FISHERMAN, 1929, with dust wrapper; S. GWYNN RIVER TO RIVER, A FISHERMANS PILGRIMAGE, 1937; M. MUNTHE HELLENS, THE STORY OF A HEREFORDSHIRE MANOR, 1957; ROCKAWAY (EDWARD DEBELL BARCLAY) THE JOYOUS YEARS 1953, both with dust wrapper, and three other volumes of Herefordshire interest (7)
473
N/S
B.B. WILD LONE, THE STORY OF A PYTCHLEY FOX, illustrated by D.J. Watkins-Pitchford, 1938; and C.D. ADAMS RED VAGABOND, THE STORY OF A FOX, 1951, rep., with dust wrapper (2)
2 Images
474
N/S
BB DARK ESTUARY, illustrated D.J. Watkins-Pitchford, 1953; and TIDES ENDING, 1950, both with dust wrappers (2)
475
£130
CECIL ALDIN JUST AMONG FRIENDS, PAGES FROM MY SKETCH-BOOK, illustrated by Cecil Aldin, 1934; and P.R. CHALMERS A DOZEN DOGS OR SO, 1928 (2)
476
£70
P.R. CHALMERS FORTY FINE LADIES, illustrated by Cecil Aldin, 1933, with dust wrapper; and J. MASEFIELD RIGHT ROYAL, 1922 (2)
477
N/S
LADY D. SHEDDEN & LADY APSLEY TO WHOM THE GODDESS, HUNTING AND RIDING FOR WOMEN, (side-saddle interest), 1932; and C. BRADLEY THE FOXHOUND OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY, THE BREEDING AND WORK OF THE KENNELS OF ENGLAND, 1914 (2)
3 Images
478
N/S
H.A. MACPHERSON, A.J. STUART-WORTLEY & G. SAINSBURY FUR, FEATHER AND FIN SERIES - A COMPLETE TWELVE VOLUME SET, The Grouse, published 1894, Longmans, Green & Co., inscribed by Edward Stuart-Wortley, and the eleven companions, various editions (12)

479
N/S
THE OFFICIAL FORMULA 1 OPUS The Classis Edition, limited edition, 1 leather bound volume of 852 pages, approx 1000 images, 50cm x 50cm in outer protective case
480
N/S
HOLLAND, Anne Steeplechasing, A Celebration of 250 Years - 1752-2002, illustrated, together with a quantity of HORSE RACING BOOKS (in 2 boxes)
481
£70
L.C.R. CAMERON The Hunting Horn, What to Blow and How to Blow It, published Kohler & Son, no date MICHAEL F. BERRY & D.W.E. BROCK Hunting by Ear, The Sound Book of Fox-Hunting, 1954, illus. T. Ivester Lloyd, together with two 78rpm gramophonerecords by Ludwig Koch, boxed (2)

482
£40
SALLY MITCHELL The Dictionary of British Equestrian Artists 1988 with dust wrapper CLAUDE BERRY The Racehorse in Twentieth Century Art 1989 with dust wrapper (2)

483
N/S
SURTEES, R.S. Handley Cross or Mr Jorrockss Hunt illus. by Cecil Aldin, pub. by Edward Arnold, London @ 1912, two volumes, red cloth boards, tooled, together with SURTEES, Hunting with Mr Jorrocks illus. by Edward Ardizzone, Oxford Univ Press1956, with original dust wrapper and a QUANTITY OF FOX HUNTING AND EQUINE RELATED BOOKS
7 Images
484
N/S
BRITISH HUNTS AND HUNTSMEN The South-East, East and Eastern Midlands of England, compiled in conjunction with The Sporting Life, illus., pub. 1909, gilt tooled red leather spine
7 Images
485
£90
AFTER CECIL ALDIN A SET OF SIX COLOURED HUNTING PRINTS, produced for Foreman of Nottingham, 11cm x 20cm, in glazed frames by Hills & Saunders of Oxford
5 Images
486
N/S
A COLLECTION OF SPORTING PRINTS; Barry Evans - Patience is a Virtue, Tim Langley Huntsman of The Berkeley, limited edition colour print, signed in pencil by the artist and huntsman, 27.5 x 21cm, 5 colour prints after Lionel Edwards, mainly West Country scenes, 19 x 25cm and 4 black and white Yorkshire hunting scenes after Charles W. Simpson, 19.5 x 15cm (10 total)

487
£195
AFTER DAVID SHEPHERD Highland Cattle a limited edition colour print, signed, 43 x 77.5cm and similar Shoeing Time 26.5 x 41.5cm, published Solomon and Whitehead, with blind stamps (2)
10 Images
488
£40
MICHAEL LYNE The Grand National, Canal Turn, 1965 a colour print, signed and blind stamped, 49 x 63cm in ornate gilt frame
5 Images
489
£45
NEIL CAWTHORNE His Royal Highness, The Prince of Wales - The Quorn Hunt at The Prince of Wales Covert 1979, signed, a limited edition no.177 of 500, 43 x 64cm in plain gilt mounted frame
5 Images
490
£25
AFTER B.H. BATH Clarence Webster - huntsman of the Warwickshire Foxhounds 1956-1982, a limited edition Print no. 24/300, signed by artist and sitter, 51cm square (inclusive of frame) in slender pine glazed frame
5 Images
491
£45
AFTER DAVID GENTLEMAN The Lords Pavilion (1986) a colour Print, autographed in pencil, includes Tony Gregg, Graham Hick, Ted Dexter, Dennis Amiss, Alan Knott, Bob Taylor, Colin Coudrey, Wayne Larkins, Graham Dilley, John Lever etc. approx 66 signatures, 30 x 40cm
3 Images
492
£140
TOM CARR (1912-1977) Six hunting scenes, titles include, Breaking Covert, In the Vale, Forrard Away, hand coloured etchings, all varying limited editions of 75, signed in the lower margin and inscribed, 24 x 34cm in hogarth frames
493
£45
AFTER MUNNINGS The Master of The Essex Union, a colour print, published by Frost and Reed 1936, signed Ernest L. Hartley (considered to be The Master depicted) 39 x 50cm, together with a print of Lester Piggott and other hunting related prints and photos various
494
£65
A HORSE RACING COLOUR PRINT Istabraq champion hurdler, 40 x 60cm framed and two other horse racing prints
6 Images
495
£200
DAVID L. KENINGALE Warwickshire based artist, writer and craftsman. Eleven lots of rare and historic butterflies; each lot presented in sturdy, glazed entomological display case (15cm x 23cm), and issued with accompanying signed descriptive catalogue. (WWL LICENCE CL07/2015/003) THE LARGE BLUE BUTTERFLY (M.arion) Cotswoldensis Ex.coll. G.H.Simpson-Hayward 1875-1936 Male: CRANHAM, Glos. 30.VI.1922 (G.H.Simpson-Hayward) Female: (insubrica) CRANHAM, Glos. 30.VI.22 (G.H.Simpson-Hayward) Male: ICOMB, Glos. 29.VI.1919 (G.H.Simpson-Hayward) Female: ICOMB, Glos. 16.VI.1919 (G.H.Simpson-Hayward)
2 Images
496
£160
THE LARGE BLUE BUTTERFLY (M.arion) SOMERSET RACE Male: ab.marginata, Sutton Mallet, SOMERSET 10th July 1943 Female: ab.supra-impuncta, BUTLEIGH SOMERSET 23.VI.1922 R.T.
2 Images
497
£220
THE LARGE BLUE BUTTERFLY (M.arion) Cotswoldensis WITHINGTON Glos. A pair of mint specimens from this scarce Cotswold locality. Male: WITHINGTON Glos. 14.VI.1937 - E.G. NEIL Female: WITHINGTON Glos. 14.VI.1937 - E.G. NEIL
2 Images
498
£160
THE LARGE BLUE BUTTERFLY (M.arion) COTSWOLD RACE Female: ab.magnifica, LECKHAMPTON W.Cotswolds 22.VI.1921 - R.F.B. Female: ab.magnifica, WINSTONE S.Cotswolds 22.6.52 - G.WATKINSON
2 Images
499
£140
THE LARGE BLUE BUTTERFLY (M.arion) NORTH CORNWALL Pair of mint specimens. Male: CORNAKEY CLIFF, YEOLMOUTH Nr. MORWENSTON, N.CORNWALL 4.7.31 Female: CORNAKEY CLIFF, YEOLMOUTH Nr. MORWENSTON, N.CORNWALL 4.7.31
3 Images
500
£150
THE LARGE BLUE BUTTERFLY (M.arion) COTSWOLD, PAINSWICK - CHARLES GRANVILLE CLUTTERBUCK 1871-1957 Female: ab.alconides, PAINSWICK 20.VI.20 - G.Clutterbuck Female: PAINSWICK 22.VI.21 - G.Clutterbuck (handwritten data labels)
2 Images
501
£150
THE SILVER-STUDDED BLUE (P.argus) ssp.P.argus masseyi (WITHERSLACK) Male: Witherslack, TAIT 6/1937 Male: unds, Witherslack, TAIT 6/1937 Female: Witherslack 7.VI.II - L.W.NEWMAN Female: Witherslack 3.VII.19 - L.W.NEWMAN
2 Images
502
N/S
THE PURPLE EMPEROR (Apatura iris) NEW FOREST, HANTS. Male: New Forest, 26.VII.1923 - G.H. SIMPSON-HAYWARD Male: New Forest, 6 Aug1914 - J.HOPE Male: unds, Bred 1940 - H.J.TURNER
2 Images
503
N/S
THE CAMBERWELL BEAUTY (N.antiopa) ENGLISH CAPTURES Male: N.London, 10.VIII.1906 - Wm.G.PETHER Male: August I.1922 Eastleigh - B.HOBBY
2 Images
504
£120
THE LARGE TORTOISESHELL (N.polychloros) ENGLISH RACE Male: BERKSHIRE, Windsor Park VII.1972 - G.SHEPARD Male: NEW FOREST, Larva, 14/7/30 - D.G.MARSH Female: NEW FOREST, July 1919 - G.B.OLIVER
2 Images
505
£120
THE QUEEN OF SPAIN FRITILLARY (Argynis lathonia) ENGLISH CAPTURES Male: unds, N.DEVON I.8.74 - T.A.PRESTON Male: CARDIFF, Aug1924 - T.SALVAGE Male: unds. PAMBER FOREST, May 1942
2 Images
510
£950
A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY COLLECTORS CABINET bearing label James Gardner, 52 High Holborn 70cm high x 50cm wide contains a collection of butterflies. Provenance - The collection of Harold Mease Lomas, who in the late 19th century as a keen photographer travelled to British North Borneo and assembled the collection. (See copy paperwork on our web-site)
10 Images
511
£50
A COLLECTION OF NINE GLAZED DISPLAY CASES CONTAINING A VARIETY OF EXOTIC MOTHS AND BUTTERFLIES including; Yellow Orange Tip (Ixias Pyrene Insignis), Common Raven (Papilio Castor Formosanus), Tree Nymph (Idea Leuconoe Clara) and others, approximately29 specimens
7 Images
512
£120
A VICTORIAN EIGHT POINT ROE DEER HEAD mounted on shield, overall height 70cm
4 Images
513
£80
R.J. RAWSON, WORKSOP A CROW modelled in rocky naturalistic setting in glazed display case, 41 x 43cm
2 Images
514
£45
RED WING modelled open mounted on a perch and square plinth base, inscribed in pencil to underside Redwing, T.E. Gunn, 24cm high
3 Images
515
£260
A WELL MODELLED TROPHY BOARS HEAD, mounted on an oak shield
5 Images
516
£25
A SET OF ROE DEER HORNS AND SKULL CAP, mounted on carved decorative shield
517
£100
A PIKE Caught River Wharfe, Tadcaster, 1970s mounted in naturalistic setting, in glazed display case, 37cm x 112cm (pike 1m long)
3 Images
518
£35
SHRIKE modelled in naturalistic setting in glazed picture frame mount, 21 x 26cm
3 Images
519
£320
A TROPHY WALL MIRROR, the frame of entwined stag antlers, horns and tusks, to the base a metal mount with polished cabochon inset, approx 94cm high
3 Images
520
£4500
JOHN CULLINGFORD, DURHAM GREENLAND FALCONS, a pair, modelled on a branch inscribed Cullingford, Durham, in a pine glazed display case, 76cm x 84cm, (bearing Sothebys Belgravia stock label when the case was sold to Geoffrey Campbell-Black in the 1960s) (This case is illustrated in Christopher Frosts A History of British Taxidermy pg.91, also see pg.90 - quote from Christopher Frost - I have been familiar with the case of Greenland Falcons for a long time, and personally regard it as oneof the finest of all cases of its period)
6 Images
521
£90
A PAIR OF CROSSBILLS modelled in naturalistic setting under a glass dome, 35cm high
4 Images
522
£140
A BUZZARD perched on a stump in naturalistic setting, under glass dome, 55cm high
4 Images
523
£70
YELLOW WAGTAIL AND PIED WAGTAIL modelled in naturalistic setting in glazed display case, 21 x 27cm
5 Images
524
£60
CUCKOO modelled open mounted in naturalistic setting in picture frame mount, 35 x 45cm
4 Images
525
£1300
ROWLAND WARD PEREGRINE FALCON, modelled on a mossy rock, in full glazed taped display case with internal Rowland Ward disk and paper label to underside
4 Images