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Antique Sale *** SPECIAL SECTIONS OF COINS AND STAMPS***

October 22nd, 2014 - 10:00am

Malton

Closing date for entries 02.10.14

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590 Lots within this auction page 1 of 20 items per page
Lot 1 - view detail

A Royal Doulton Character Jug 'Winston Churchill', 9" (23cms) high and a Doulton tobacco set comprising cigarette box (cover missing) and five small oblong dishes decorated with hounds and foxes (one chipped).

Estimate £40-60

Hammer Price: £22

Lot 2 - view detail

A Cantonese Plate decorated with panels of figures and flowers, 10" (26cms) diameter, an Imari pattern plate, two ginger jars and three other Oriental plates.

Estimate £30-40

Hammer Price: £28

Lot 3 - view detail

Six Royal Crown Derby Coffee Cans and Saucers (one cup a/f), 19th Century Masons Ironstone plate, two other plates and a small Dresden oval box and cover.

Estimate £30-40

Hammer Price: £32

Lot 4 - view detail

A Paragon Cup, Saucer and Plate commemorating the Coronation of Edward VIII and a similar George VI coronation cup.

Estimate £10-20

Hammer Price: £10

Lot 5 - view detail

A Royal Doulton Character Jug 'Gondolier' DH6589, large size.

Estimate £50-70

Hammer Price: £60

Lot 6 - view detail

A set of twelve Royal Worcester 'Months of the Year' figures of children, modelled by F C Doughty. (June & November damaged).

Estimate £400-500

Hammer Price: £400

Lot 7 - view detail

An English Delft oval Meat Plate decorated with Oriental landscapes in blue and white. 18" (46cms) wide. (a/f).

Estimate £20-30

Hammer Price: £20

Lot 8 - view detail

A Carltonware Rouge Royale circular Bowl decorated with gilt stars, a Rouge Royale oblong shallow dish, Carltonware dish decorated with Oriental landscapes and a similar Crown Devon pedestal dish.

Estimate £30-40

Hammer Price: £20

Lot 9 - view detail

A 19th Century Earthenware Meat Plate with gravy well, printed in blue and white with an Oriental landscape, 21" (53cms) wide, an Earthenware soup plate printed in blue and white and a Cauldon oval meat plate printed with a lion.

Estimate £40-60

Hammer Price: £70

Lot 10 - view detail

A Royal Doulton Figure from the 'Middle Earth' series "Gandalf" HN2911 (a/f), and another "Frodo" HN2912, both issued 1980 to 1984.

Estimate £20-30

Hammer Price: £10

Lot 11 - view detail

A Beswick model of a large brown Hunter, no. 1734, 2nd version.

Estimate £40-60

Hammer Price: £48

Lot 12 - view detail

A Beswick model of a brown Horse 'Spirit of Fire', no. 2829.

Estimate £30-40

Hammer Price: £30

Lot 13 - view detail

A Beswick model of a brown Racehorse, no. 701, 2nd version.

Estimate £30-40

Hammer Price: £28

Lot 14 - view detail

A Beswick stocky jogging brown Mare, no. 855, 3rd version and a Royal Doulton horse.

Estimate £30-40

Hammer Price: £40

Lot 15 - view detail

A Chinese Export Tea Caddy decorated in blue and white with buildings and landscapes. 6 1/2" (14cms) high.

Estimate £50-80

Lot 16 - view detail

A Royal Dux group of two Dutch children embracing. 5 1/2" (14cms) high.

Estimate £40-60

Hammer Price: £28

Lot 17 - view detail

A Royal Worcester figure 'October' modelled by F C Doughty and a Beswick pink lustre spaniel.

Estimate £30-40

Hammer Price: £18

Lot 18 - view detail

A Victorian ironstone panel sided Jug decorated with Japanese flowers, 6 1/2" (16cms) high, a smaller similar jug and a small Masons ironstone panel sided jug.

Estimate £30-40

Lot 19 - view detail

A Continental Vase in the form of a Cornucopia with applied floral decoration and cherub, a Continental figure of an angel with a basket and one other Continental figure.

Estimate £30-40

Hammer Price: £18

Lot 20 - view detail

A Moorcroft, limited edition, Jardiniere decorated in the fruit and vine pattern, designed by Marjorie Kubanda, originally made for the Australian market, no. 205/500. 7" (17cms) diameter.

Estimate £200-220

Lot 21 - view detail

A pair of cylindrical Vases with flared bases, 7 1/2" (19cms) high and a smaller single panel sided vase, 5 1/2" (14cms) high.

A collection of rare Burgess & Leigh pottery printed with designs by Cecil Aldin. According to records these were introduced in 1925 and may only have been produced for about a year. They were marketed under the title 'Merrie England' with romantic scenes from History.

Estimate £50-80

Hammer Price: £32

Lot 22 - view detail

A baluster Jug with loop handle, 6" (15cms) high, another similar jug and a smaller jug, 6" (15cms) high.

A collection of rare Burgess & Leigh pottery printed with designs by Cecil Aldin. According to records these were introduced in 1925 and may only have been produced for about a year. They were marketed under the title 'Merrie England' with romantic scenes from History.

Estimate £70-100

Lot 23 - view detail

A cylindrical Biscuit Barrel and cover with wound handle, cylindrical preserve jar and cover with bud lift and an oblong box and cover (unmarked).

A collection of rare Burgess & Leigh pottery printed with designs by Cecil Aldin. According to records these were introduced in 1925 and may only have been produced for about a year. They were marketed under the title 'Merrie England' with romantic scenes from History.

Estimate £70-100

Lot 24 - view detail

A set of eight Dessert Bowls and a square serving dish with crimped rim, 9" (23cms) wide.

A collection of rare Burgess & Leigh pottery printed with designs by Cecil Aldin. According to records these were introduced in 1925 and may only have been produced for about a year. They were marketed under the title 'Merrie England' with romantic scenes from History.

Estimate £80-120

Lot 25 - view detail

A baluster Jug, 5 1/2" (14cms) high, and two others (one chipped).

A collection of rare Burgess & Leigh pottery printed with designs by Cecil Aldin. According to records these were introduced in 1925 and may only have been produced for about a year. They were marketed under the title 'Merrie England' with romantic scenes from History.

Estimate £50-80

Lot 26 - view detail

An oblong two handled Sandwich Plate and a pair of circular plates, 9" (23cms) diameter.

A collection of rare Burgess & Leigh pottery printed with designs by Cecil Aldin. According to records these were introduced in 1925 and may only have been produced for about a year. They were marketed under the title 'Merrie England' with romantic scenes from History.

Estimate £40-60

Hammer Price: £20

Lot 27 - view detail

A set of eight Dessert Bowls and three circular shallow bowls. 8" (20cms) diameter.

A collection of rare Burgess & Leigh pottery printed with designs by Cecil Aldin. According to records these were introduced in 1925 and may only have been produced for about a year. They were marketed under the title 'Merrie England' with romantic scenes from History.

Estimate £70-100

Lot 28 - view detail

A pair of Jugs with entwined loop handles, 5 1/2" (14cms) high and a teapot of similar design, all inscribed 'Gray Smith & Co. Quality Grocers, Africa'.

A collection of rare Burgess & Leigh pottery printed with designs by Cecil Aldin. According to records these were introduced in 1925 and may only have been produced for about a year. They were marketed under the title 'Merrie England' with romantic scenes from History.

Estimate £70-100

Hammer Price: £35

Lot 29 - view detail

A pair of Teapots, marked for Gray Smith & Co., a jug marked for Gray Smith & Co. and another jug marked for Dunbar & Kenley, Witbank.

A collection of rare Burgess & Leigh pottery printed with designs by Cecil Aldin. According to records these were introduced in 1925 and may only have been produced for about a year. They were marketed under the title 'Merrie England' with romantic scenes from History.

Estimate £80-120

Lot 30 - view detail

An early 19th Century Derby two handled Vase of baluster form painted with sprays of flowers in orange, blue and gilt on a pedestal foot and square base. 12" (31cms) high. (handle restored).

Estimate £50-80

Hammer Price: £40

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