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Antique Sale inc. COINS & BANKNOTES

September 13th, 2017 - 10:00am

Malton
MARGARET W TARRANT (1888-1959); "Spring in Italy", watercolour

At The Milton Rooms, Market Place, Malton, North Yorkshire. YO17 7LX

VIEWING: Tuesday 12th September from 10.00am – 7.00pm & on morning of sale from 9.00am

N.B. Viewing of Lots 271-343 – Strictly by Appointment Only on Tuesday 12th September    (please bring photographic identification)   

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702 Lots within this auction page 1 of 24 items per page
Lot 1 - view detail

A 17th/18th century Chinese Provincial Dish decorated in blue and white with panels of flowers and trees, 14" (36cms) diameter.

Estimate £200-300

Lot 2 - view detail

A late 18th/ early 19th Century Chinese export Plate decorated in blue and white. 9" (23cms) diameter (chipped).

Estimate £20-30

Hammer Price: £10

Lot 3 - view detail

A Chinese cylindrical Mug decorated with panels of figures and foliage in famille rose and other coloured enamels and with a handle in the form of a mythological beast. 5" (12 1/2cms) high.

Estimate £60-80

Hammer Price: £140

Lot 4 - view detail

A Beswick model of a Polled Hereford Bull in dark brown gloss with ringed nose.

Estimate £40-60

Hammer Price: £42

Lot 5 - view detail

A Beswick model of a Hereford Cow, no. 1360, a Hereford calf, no. 1827c and another Hereford calf, no. 901b, (ear repaired).

Estimate £40-60

Hammer Price: £40

Lot 6 - view detail

A miniature Royal Worcester Mug painted with sprays of flowers on a blush ivory ground and dated coded for 1898, a small Worcester Tyg of similar design, four other Worcester items and a Royal Doulton small bowl of fluted design.

Estimate £40-60

Hammer Price: £45

Lot 7 - view detail

A small 19th Century blue and white Child's Plate decorated with a bull fighting scene, two Oriental pattern blue and white bowls, a butterfly menu holder and one other item.

Estimate £20-30

Hammer Price: £18

Lot 8 - view detail

A 19th Century pink lustre Jug decorated with the raised pattern of children playing, a Poole pottery plate decorated with fruit and a Fieldings Crown Devon John Peel musical mug.

Estimate £30-40

Hammer Price: £25

Lot 9 - view detail

A pair of Staffordshire pottery Mantel Ornaments in the form of children with King Charles Spaniels, a Staffordshire highland figure and Kaiser fern pot.

Estimate £30-40

Hammer Price: £15

Lot 10 - view detail

Paul Young; a Studio Pottery Model of a tree with a bird and a lamb at its foot on a circular base. 11 1/2" (29cms) high.

Estimate £50-70

Hammer Price: £85

Lot 11 - view detail

A 19th Century French porcelain circular shallow Bowl with a metal loop handle, the borders painted with panels of birds, named to the reverse and with a gilt border. 8" (20cms) diameter with gilt Sevres marks to base.

Estimate £50-80

Hammer Price: £300

Lot 12 - view detail

A Bloor Derby figure seated in a chair holding a dog on a square base, 5" (13cms) high (chair broken) an early 19th Century Derby sauce boat in the form of a duck and a Derby floral decorated mug.

Estimate £40-60

Hammer Price: £180

Lot 13 - view detail

A pottery figure of Miss Muffet, the base inscribed "M Blyth". 5" (12 1/2cms) high (head repaired, some chips).

Estimate £30-40

Lot 14 - view detail

A Royal Copenhagen figure of a Dutch woman feeding a calf from a bucket, no. 779. 6" (15cms) high.

Estimate £50-80

Hammer Price: £70

Lot 15 - view detail

A Royal Copenhagen figure of two children holding a puppy, no. 707. 6" (15cms) high.

Estimate £50-80

Hammer Price: £65

Lot 16 - view detail

A Royal Copenhagen figure of a girl with a flower garland from Jutland (Jylland) from the Danish National Costume Series, no. 12721. 4" (9.5cms) high.

Estimate £100-150

Hammer Price: £320

Lot 17 - view detail

A Royal Copenhagen figure of Faun holding a rabbit, no. 175. 5" (13cms) high.

Estimate £50-70

Hammer Price: £70

Lot 18 - view detail

A Royal Copenhagen standing figure of a girl holding a puppy, no. 424. 7" (18cms) high and a small Copenhagen figure of a mermaid, no. 2313.

Estimate £50-70

Hammer Price: £48

Lot 19 - view detail

A Royal Copenhagen figure of a Salmon, no. 1602, a rabbit, no. 1014 and a bear cub.

Estimate £40-60

Hammer Price: £48

Lot 20 - view detail

A Royal Copenhagen figure of a seated puppy, no. 259. 8" (20cms) high.

Estimate £50-80

Hammer Price: £60

Lot 21 - view detail

•Quentin Bell (1910-1996); a circular pottery Plate painted with the head of girl, painted in yellow and brown, painted mark to the reverse. 11" (28cms) diameter. ARR

Estimate £200-300

Hammer Price: £110

Lot 22 - view detail

•Quentin Bell (1910-1996); a pottery Plate with raised border painted with a head in blue, green, black and red and with painted mark to base. 11" (28cms) diameter. ARR

Estimate £200-300

Hammer Price: £200

Lot 23 - view detail

•Quentin Bell (1910-1996); a baluster pottery Jug painted with an abstract design, in blue, pink and brown and with loop handle, incised mark to base. 9" (23cms) high. ARR

Estimate £70-100

Hammer Price: £180

Lot 24 - view detail

•Quentin Bell (1910-1996); a pottery Plate with raised border, painted with the head and shoulders of a girl with long hair, in blue, brown, green and red, painted mark to base. 9 1/2" (24cms) diameter. ARR

Estimate £200-300

Hammer Price: £190

Lot 25 - view detail

•Quentin Bell (1910-1996); a pottery Plate, painted with a figure of a dancer in green and gold, painted mark to base. 8" (20cms) diameter. ARR

Estimate £200-300

Hammer Price: £150

Lot 26 - view detail

•Quentin Bell (1910-1996); a pottery Plate painted with two faces in shades of blue, within a beige border, painted mark to base. 9" (23cms) diameter. ARR

Estimate £200-300

Hammer Price: £380

Lot 27 - view detail

A Fulham Pottery Plate with a painted face, the border inscribed 'Arion', in the style of Quentin Bell, incised mark to base. 9" (23cms) diameter. (cracked).

Estimate £50-100

Hammer Price: £70

Lot 28 - view detail

•Quentin Bell (1910-1996); a pottery Tile with sgraffito decoration of a girl and with incised mark to the reverse. 5 3/4' (15cms) x 5' (13cms). ARR

Estimate £70-100

Hammer Price: £190

Lot 29 - view detail

A rare group of six Fulham pottery Winnie the Pooh figures comprising Christopher Robin, 9" (23cms) high, Winnie the Pooh (repaired), Eeyore, Tigger, Kanga and Piglet (ear chipped), all titled to bases, unmarked. (some small areas of paint loss). N.B. see Christies, South Kensington Sale, 21st July, 2000 for a comparable set.

Estimate £150-200

Lot 30 - view detail

A Studio pottery two handled circular Bowl, painted with a cockerel and signed with initials 'MBH', 12" (31cms) diameter, a Michelle Cowmeadow pottery plate decorated with hares and three other Studio pottery plates.

Estimate £40-60

Hammer Price: £50

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