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Wednesday, 25 February, 2004

Picture and Book Auction (incorporating 'The Celtic Sale')

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Showing 51-100 of 277 lots

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Books of Welsh Interest (continued)

Lot Description
61
THOMAS, Dylan 'Collected Poems 1934-1952' Dent, 1952. in chipped d/w. Tog.with 'Quite Early One Morning' by same. Dent, 1954, in d/w. Plus other Dylan Thomas. 8
Sold for £30
72
* BESSE, Joseph. 'A Collection of the Suffering of the People called Quakers' London, 1753. Vol. 1 only. Tear to Tp. Joints weak. worn leather. Tog.with 'Extracts FRom the Minutes and Advices of the yearly Meeting of Friends held in London', 1802, 2nd.edn. full cf. 2
Sold for £85
77
* A Quantity of Welsh books, 3 leather vols by Y HAUL, Tog.with other cultural, poetry & theology.
Sold for £55

Books of General Interest (continued)

Lot Description
84
*'The Pilot's Guide for the River Thames and its Approaches' 5th edn. ed. H.D. JENKINS. 1923. frontis map & maps a.c.f.Tog.with other Thames, Navigation interest. 13
Sold for £32
85
* WILKINS, W.H. 'Caroline the Illustrious' Longmans, 1901. 2 vols. 1/2 marbled bds. scuffed. Tog.with FREER,M.W. 'The Married Life of Anne of Austria' 1865, 2nd.edn. 2 vols. plus other similar interest. 17
Sold for £35
87
* A Quantity of Art interest.
Sold for £25
91
M.S. Probate Will of William Smith of Bristol, 1824. Tog.with M.S. Accounts & mathematical sketches, disbound, plus certificates.
Sold for £25
93
A Quantity of Postcards, mainly medical/hospital interest, plus views of Wales. 65
Sold for £32
94
SURVEY of The Dyffryn & Tyr Christopher Estates. The Property of Thomas Quarington Esq. Fo. Hand painted M.S. maps & sketches of the Estate.
Sold for £620

Pictures of Irish Interest

Lot Description
100
GERARDUS MERCATOR, 'Irlandiae Regnum', engraved map, handcoloured, 13" x 16 1/2".
Sold for £270
102
G.W. MORRISON,'Rosbeg Donegal', signed, watercolour, 9 3/4" x 14".
Sold for £210
103
AFTER PAUL HENRY, 'Heart of Connemara', reproduction print in colours, 18" x 21".
Sold for £5
105
ROBERT CARVER (b.Dublin mid 18th century), An extensive parkland scene with two figures walking in an avenue, oil on canvas, in contemporary gilt frame, 24" x 37". Provenance: Purchased by vendor at Messrs. Christie 23/10/70.
Sold for £1,800
107
FRANK EGGINTON (1908-1990), 'Above Cookstown, Co. Tyrone', signed, watercolour, 14" x 20 1/2".
Sold for £2,200
108
J* O'SULLIVAN, 'Oriental Poppies', oil on board, 15 3/4" x 19 1/2".
Sold for £180
109
N.H.HUGHES, 'Leinster Market, Dublin', etching pencil signed in the margin, 8" x 6 1/2".
Sold for £25
110
BRIAN COGHLAN, View of Trinity College Dublin, etching, pencil signed in the margin and numbered 50/70, 8 1/2" x 11 1/2"; and another by the same hand. (2)
Sold for £50
111
HUGH MONAHAN (1914-1970, Irish), Mallards alighting on a mere, signed oil on board, 16" x 20".
Sold for £680
112
AFTER PAUL HENRY, Irish landscape with cottages, colour reproduction, pencil signed in the margin, 14" x 15 1/2".
Sold for £150
113
A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY LITHOGRAPHS depicting Irish views -'Eastgrove, East Ferry, Cork Harbour' and 'Monkstown, Cork River', 8" x 12", similarly framed; and four other Irish views. (6)
Sold for £120
114
ALLAN CARR LINFORD (b. 1926), Canal scene, pencil signed and dated 46 and inscribed 'With best wishes to Mr and Mrs Jamieson Cork', 7 3/4" x 9 1/2"; another etching by Michael Higgins inscribed 'Folly and Sheep' number 3/75, and one further etching by H W Pemberton, all unframed.(3)
Sold for £20
115
CAPTAIN WILLIAM BAILLIE (1723-1810, Irish) after Wyck and Netscher 'Mr Le Duc de Monmouth', mezzotint engraving, 14" x 16 1/2"; with five portrait engravings. (6)
Sold for £120
117
JAMES HARWOOD (b. Clonnell 1818), Portrait of a lady seated in a chair holding a book, black and white chalks, signed and dated 1852, 22" x 18".
Sold for £210
118
EILEEN MURRAY (1885-1962, Irish), A river landscape with castle ruins on a hill, oil on panel, 9" x 12 1/2".
Sold for £360
120
DAVID CRONE (b. 1937, Irish), Abstract, signed and dated '66, gouache, 13 1/2" x 12 1/2".
Sold for £240
123
CLARA URWIN (1853 - 1921, Irish), 'At O'Mealts', signed watercolour, 13 1/2" x 9 1/2"; and a handcoloured engraving of an Officer of The Royal Irish Regiment of Dragoons on horseback in uniform. (2)
Sold for £60

Pictures of Scottish Interest

Lot Description
125
F.E. JAMIESON (b. 1895), A mountainous loch scene with cottage, signed, oil on canvas, 19" x 29 1/2".
Sold for £220
126
JOE SYKES, 'Ben Rhinnes, September 1967', signed, pastels, 11" x 14"; and a small engraving 'Lachin - y - Gair'. (2)
Sold for £35
127
JOSEPH KENT RICHARDSON (1877-1972, Scottish), 'Near Edinburgh', signed with initials, watercolour, 7 1/2" x 9".
Sold for £85
128
EDWARD TRAIN (19th century), 'Cave in the Cliffs of Glen Whidale...of Harris where one of the McLeods was escorted after the defeat of the rebels 1745', signed, inscribed with details in faint pencil to verso, oils on board, 5" x 7 1/4".
Sold for £260
129
GERALD M BURNS, 'Edinburgh - John Knox's House', etching, pencil signed in margin, 5 1/2" x 3 1/4"; two further by the same hand, an etching by Robert Walker Macbeth and two others. (6)
Sold for £50
130
WALLER HUGH PATON (1828-1895, Scottish), 'Kyleakin, Skye', signed and dated 11 July 1866, watercolour heightened in white, 8 1/2" x 13 1/2".
Sold for £800
131
EMILY MURRAY PATERSON (1855-1934, Scottish), 'Sand dunes', signed watercolour and body colour, 8" x 11 1/2".
Sold for £400
132
* BECKER, 'Loch Vennachar', signed, watercolour, 9 1/2" x 18 1/2".
Sold for £92
133
A* B* , Still life - a brace of ptarmigan, signed with initials and dated 1886, oil on canvas, 15" x 19 1/2".
Sold for £420
134
W. E. RUSSELL. 'Mumfords Theatre', signed and dated '32, oil on board, 5" x 7". Mumfords Theatre used to stand at the junction of Saltmarket and Green Dyke Street, Glasgow.
Sold for £60
135
NEIL DALLAS BROWN (b.1938 Elgin Moray), 'Lying Nude and Startled Swan', signed, oil on board, 9 3/4" x 13 1/2". Exhibited the Picadilly Gallery, February 1978.
Sold for £75
136
CHARLES LESLIE (c. 1835-1890) , 'Loch Lindsay, Scotland', oil on canvas, signed and dated 1881, inscribed with title in pencil on stretcher, 12" x 23 1/2".
Sold for £800
137
JAMES GREIG (1861-1941), 'Winter in the Highlands', signed, watercolour, 13" x 18".
Sold for £210
139
WILLIAM JOHNSTONE (1897-1983, Scottish), 'Abstract', colour washes, signed and dated '55, 6 1/4" x 9".
Sold for £190
140
A COLLECTION OF SIX REFERENCE WORKS RELATING TO WILLIAM JOHNSTONE, including autobiography -'Points in Time', 'William Johnstone recent work', etc.,and also the Royal Scottish Academy 1826-1961.(7)
Sold for £45
141
ALEXANDER BROWNLIE DOCHERTY (1862-1940, Glasgow School), Pigeons on a roof of a Lowland cottage with garden in foreground, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1900, 15 1/2" x 30 1/2".
Sold for £2,000
142
JAMES WATTERSON HERALD (1859-1914, Scottish), A figure on a path with mountains in the distance, signed watercolour, 7" x 10".
Sold for £1,550
144
SIR ARTHUR TEMPLE FELIX CLAY (1842-1928), 'Stirche Valley, Dalreach, Ayrshire', inscribed verso, oil on canvas, 11 1/2" x 23".
Sold for £160
145
* CAMPBELL, A portrait of a lady seated in a chair, indistinctly signed, pencil and watercolour, 15" x 11".
Sold for £130
146
IAN GRANT (1904-1933, Scottish), Self portrait 1929, oil on wood panel, 15" x 11".
Sold for £400
147
WILLIAM E. BARRINGTON-BROWNE (1908-1985), Seascape with distant veiw of the Islands of Eigg and Rhum, Western Isles, Scotland, signed, oil on canvas board, 14 1/2" x 19".
Sold for £300
148
HELEN URQUHART (20th century Scottish), 'Flower Piece', watercolour, 20" x 13 3/4".
Sold for £160
149
ATTRIBUTED TO ELIZABETH BLACKADDER (b.1931), Portrait of a Siamese cat, watercolour on board, 9" x 13 1/2".
Sold for £480
150
PETER MACGREGOR WILSON (d.1928), View of a country house, signed, watercolour, 14 3/4" x 10 1/2".
Sold for £80

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