Tuesday, 15 September to Wednesday, 16 September, 2015

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Day One: Collectors' Items, Works of Art, Oriental Items, Wines & Spirits, Clocks, Barometer, Silver & Silver Plate, Jewellery, (continued)

Lot Description Illustration
51
Grand Vin de Chateau Latour 1933 Two bottles, lacking labels. (2)
Sold for £220
52
Grand Vin de Chateau Latour 1928 Two bottles. (2)
Sold for £180
53
Chateau Lafite-Rothschild 1922 Single bottle; together with Chateau Lafite, unknown vintage, single bottle. (2)
Sold for £420
54
Chateau Haut-Brion Grand Vin Blanc 1er Cru 1921 Single bottle, wax seal.
Sold for £100
55
Chateau D'Yquem Lur-Saluces 1914 Single bottle, wax seal.
Sold for £360
56
Chateau Lafaurie Peyraguey 1er Grand Cru de Sauternes 1926 Single bottle.
Sold for £70
57
Brandy, possibly Armagnac With wax seal, no label.
Sold for £90
58
Champagne, unknown vintage Single bottle with wax seal.
Sold for £20
59
Moet & Chandon Coteaux Champenois Three bottles. (3)
Sold for £70
60
Taylor's Vintage Port 1945 Single bottle with wax seal.
Sold for £420
61
Croft & Co. Vintage Port, unknown vintage Single bottle.
Sold for £260
62
Probably Vintage Port, unknown house or vintage Two bottles. (2)
Sold for £260
63
Seven various bottles of red wine Comprising: Chateau Mouton Rothschild Grand Vin, unknown vintage; Berry Brothers & Co. Gruaud Larose Sarget 1870 and 1874; Chateau Grand-Puy-Lacoste Saint Guirons 1959; Chateau Ducru-Beaucaillou 1961; Chateau Beychevelle 1933; and another unknown Chateau or vintage. (7)
Sold for £260
64
Six various bottles of red and white wine Comprising: Berry Brothers & Co. Cote-Rotie 1er Cru 1929; Musigny 1906; Berry Brothers & Rudd Limited Cote du Rhone Rose; and three further bottles unknown Chateau or vintage. (6)
Sold for £160
65
Royal Loch Nagar, Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky Selected Reserve Single bottle, number 60819, in presentation case.
Sold for £100
66
Chateau Latour de Mons Grand Vin Margaux 1970 Single bottle.
Sold for £60
67
Baron Philippe de Rothschild Mouton-Cadet 1975 Single bottle.
Sold for £60
68
ENGLISH SCHOOL (19th century) Portrait miniatures of a Gentleman and His Wife Watercolour on ivory 10 x 13 cm, framed and glazed, (a pair) (2)
Unsold
69
HARRIOT WALKER (19th century) British, After WILHELM HENSEL (1794-1861) German Portrait miniature of Princess Eliza Radziwill (1803-1834), dressed as the Goddess Peri Watercolour on ivory 9.5 x 13 cm, framed and glazed
Unsold
70
ENGLISH SCHOOL (19th century) Portrait Miniature of a Gentleman Sat at a Writing Desk Watercolour probably on ivory 6.5 x 8.5 cm, framed and glazed
Sold for £170
71
ENGLISH SCHOOL (19th century) Portrait Miniature of a Gentleman With Sideburns Watercolour on ivory 10 x 13 cm, framed and glazed
Sold for £200
72
PIERRE BONNAUD (1865-1930) French, For Limoges Profile Portrait of a Young Lady Enamel on copper Signed and inscribed Limoges 8 x 11 cm, framed
Sold for £140
73
A Victorian engraved ivory double frame - WITHDRAWN
Unsold
Not Illustrated
74
After EMMA ELEANOR KENDRICK (1788-1871) British By *HEATH (19th century) Cleopatra Dissolving the Pearl Watercolour on ivory Inscribed to verso Cleopatra dissolving the pearl by * Heath 1818 from an original drawing by Miss Emma Kendrick which she gained the Isis medal [of the Society of Arts] 16.5 x 20.5 cm overall, framed and glazed, mounted
Sold for £280
75
An early 19th century portrait miniature of a gentleman Housed in a yellow metal necklace clasp converted to a brooch. 2.5 cm wide overall.
Unsold
76
An early 19th century portrait miniature on ivory Depicting a middle aged woman wearing a lace cap and blue dress, housed in original leather case. Image 6.5 x 8 cm.
Sold for £180
77
An 18th century portrait miniature on ivory Depicting a young lady wearing a suite of pearl jewellery, housed in original shagreen case. The miniature 3 x 3.5 cm.
Sold for £180
78
ENGLISH SCHOOL (18th century) Portrait Miniature of Abel John Ram Watercolour, probably on ivory Engraved to verso Abel John Ram, born June 26th 1776, died Nov. 3rd 1822 3 x 4 cm overall, in yellow metal frame and glazed Note: Abel John Ram was son of Colonel Abel Ram of Ballytegan, County Wexford and his wife Elizabeth Stopford, niece of the Earl of Courtown.
Sold for £180
78a
A 19th century Ambrotype The sitter purported to be Oscar Wilde, in oval gilt metal slip and outer case. The image 3.5 x 5 cm.
Unsold
79
A 19th century turned and carved ivory box and cover - WITHDRAWN
Unsold
Not Illustrated
80
A 19th century Dieppe carved ivory figure Modelled as a young lady feeding birds, standing on a turned columnar plinth base. 19.5 cm high.
Sold for £1,100
81
A pair of late 19th/early 20th century cased ivory handled silver plated serving spoons Each handle carved as a figure above the faux bamboo stem. The case 29.5 cm wide.
Unsold
82
An 18th century French stained ivory game counter The hinged rectangular lid centred with a rotating counter and with mother-of-pearl inlays, the interior engraved with a riverscape and inscribed Mariauaz le Jeune, Paris fecit, the underside decorated with a figure and precious objects. 8 cm wide.
Unsold
83
A 19th century Dieppe carved ivory plaque Formed as a mother breast feeding her child. 8 cm high.
Sold for £190
84
An Egyptian carved stone scarab seal The matrix worked with four columns of hieroglyphics. 7 cm long.
Unsold
85
A Victorian mother-of-pearl and ivory aide memoire The cover well carved with a portrait of a busty lady within a beaded border on a scroll worked ground. 8.5 cm long.
Unsold
86
An antique leather sailor's thimble Of typical form. 9.5 cm long.
Sold for £25
87
A 19th century carved and stained bone chess set Housed in a mahogany box with a sliding lid. The Kings 15.25 cm high.
Unsold
88
Two 19th century Continental white metal and horn mounted Meerschaum pipes One worked with a crouching figure, the other plain, both bowls with hinged covers. 48 and 57 cm long respectively. (2)
Unsold
88a
An American Indian pipe The bone inlaid and brass studded shaft with an axe head and pipe bowl. 43 cm long.
Unsold
88b
A 19th century horn quaich Of typical form. 11 cm wide.
Unsold
89
An 18th century leather bucket Of typical form, undecorated. 26 cm high.
Unsold
90
A pair of gentleman's hand-made leather riding boots With traditional tan leather tops; together with a pair of bespoke carved boot trees.
Unsold
91
A Phillips 12 inch terrestrial globe On ebonised stand. 53 cm high.
Unsold
92
A late 19th century magic lantern slide of jugged hare 17.5 cm wide.
Unsold
93
A 19th century engraved scrimshaw stay busk Of typical form decorated with Gothic style buildings beneath a sunburst and initialled JG. 39 cm long.
Sold for £400
94
A collection of 18th and 19th century seals and intaglios Various sizes.
Sold for £30
95
A Victorian brass counter cigar lighter Formed as Uncle Sam, standing on a stepped spreading plinth base with registration marks. 24 cm high.
Unsold
96
A tazza formed from a large clam shell Approximately 30 cm wide.
Sold for £120
97
A Polo Ralph Lauren leather satchel bag Stamped maker's mark and Made in Great Britain. 41 cm wide.
Sold for £500

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