Antiques & Collectables at 10.30am
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Took place on Friday 31st of October 2014
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VISION OF WHAT TYLER by John Birtwhistle, illustrated throughout by Graham Clarke, printed and published by The Ebenezer Press, Boughton, Monchelsea, in 1972, a hard cover elephant Folio containing sixteen original Limited Edition Etchings, hand printed on sixteen loosely inserted text sheets of full Imperial De Wint paper, each signed and numbered by the Artist, this being edition 69/75, the whole preserved in thick wooden boards bound by Burt Seth in full reverse hide with marbled end papers by the Artist, having branded title block and retaining its original dark brown hessian wrapper with leather ties
AFTER J.C. BOURNE Watford Embankment, Blisworth Cutting, Berkhampstead, lithographs, published 1838/9, includes pictures of construction locomotives, 28cm x 38cm in mounts
EMANUELLE *** An Italian Jockey and Mount on a racecourse, a Print dated 1930, 37 x 47cm in glazed frame
AFTER E** MEADE KING An English Setter chasing ducks and COMPANION pheasants foraging, Prints, signed, mounted unframed
AFTER SMUDGE Scribbans Bakery 1938, a Print, 35cm x 41cm in black finished glazed frame
DAVID KOSTER Fritillaries on Scabious an Etching and Aquatint, limited edition, signed and inscribed on Society of Wildlife Artists 1984 Exhibition at The Mall Galleries label, 36 x 26cm and SIMILAR Trumpet Gentians large winged insect feeding on nectar (3/75) with Dorchester Galleries label verso, 22.5 x 16cm
A PAIR OF VICTORIAN PRINTS NAPOLEON AND NELSON monochrome in rosewood moulded and glazed frames 12.5cm x 10cm
A DOUBLE SIDED COLOURED PRINT, sandwiched between two glass sheets, in rustic Edwardian frame, 28cm x 23cm overall
A 20TH CENTURY COLOURED PRINT of a believed Belgium Cathedral with flower market in the square, published in 1917 for Arthur Tooth & Co., bearing indistinct artists pencil signature, 59cm x 47cm in a decorative double mount in slender gilt non-reflective glazed frame
AFTER ANTHONY GIBBS White Tigers, Ever Watchful a limited edition colour print, no.332/1550, signed in pencil by the artist, 46 x 82cm in moulded glazed frame