Antiques & Collectables inc Traditional Sports & Pastimes 10.30am
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Took place on Friday 30th of October 2015
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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
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)
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)
MICHAEL LYNE The Grand National, Canal Turn, 1965 a colour print, signed and blind stamped, 49 x 63cm in ornate gilt frame
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
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
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
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
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
A HORSE RACING COLOUR PRINT Istabraq champion hurdler, 40 x 60cm framed and two other horse racing prints