antiques & fine art sale

30th - 3rd December 2021

Starting at 10.00 am each day

Viewing - Sunday prior 10am - 4 pm, Monday prior 10 am - 5 pm, and also throughout each sale day.

Tuesday 30th November - Lots 1-528 The Principal Contents of Greystoke Castle, Nr. Penrith

Wednesday 1st December - Lots 529-615 - Asian Art, 616-714 - Ceramics and Glassware, Lots 715-860 - Jewelllery, Watches, Pocket Watches and Coins, Lots 861-1100 - Silver and Allied Wares

Thursday 2nd December - Lots 1101-1273 Paintings, Drawings and Prints, Lots 1274-1426 - Objects of Arts and Collectors' Items, Lots 1427-1531 - Books, Stamps and Postcards, Lots 1532-1564 - Textiles

Friday 3rd December - Lots 1565-1699 - Tables Boxes, Wall Clcoks, Barometers and Mirrors, Lots 1700-2118 - Furniture, Longcase Clocks and Dining Tables

You can bid on this sale online, by leaving bids with Mitchells by email upto 9.30 am on the day of the sale or prior ([email protected]) or by attending the saleroom and registering to bid.  To bid online please click on the Saleroom link and follow the instructons given.  Please note if you use the online facility you will pay both our buyer's premium of 22% + VAT and the saleroom charge of 4.95% + VAT on the hammer.  CARD PAYMENT ONLY

Lot 1

A framed key display, comprising sixteen 19th century and later steel keys mounted on black painted hardboard within oak frame. 55 cm x 64 cm.

Sold for £160

Lot 2

An interesting early 19th century brown leather bound brass T. Harper's "New Improved Trumpet". Length 91 cm including probably associated mouthpiece.

Sold for £260

Lot 3

A horn handled shepherd's crook, height 127 cm, and three others.

Sold for £140

Lot 4

A vintage Howell of London "The Real Monarch" leather bound shooting stick, length 85 cm, a wooden walking stick carved with religious verse and two wooden walking sticks.

Sold for £40

Lot 5

A Victorian mahogany bowfronted stick stand, with shaped frieze. Height 87 cm, depth 31 cm.

Sold for £160

Lot 6

A George III oak chest of two short and three long drawers, raised on bracket feet. Height 115 cm, width 94 cm, depth 59 cm.

Sold for £480

Lot 7

A green variegated marble cylindrical column on stepped octagonal base. Height 85 cm, base width 40 cm.

Sold for £440

Lot 8

A restored 18th century giltwood mirror, the frame boldly carved with face mask and fire breathing dragons, with later plain mirror plate. 95 cm x 83 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £1600

Lot 9

A bouquet of faux flowers in an Arts & Crafts painted terracotta jardiniere. Jardiniere height 25 cm.

Sold for £40

Lot 10

An 18th century panelled oak mule chest, the four panelled front fitted with two drawers and on stile legs. Height 93 cm, width 165 cm, depth 57 cm.

Sold for £400

Lot 11

A pair of 19th century black painted cast iron rampant lion door porters. Each height 37 cm.

Sold for £240

Lot 12

A mid 19th century bronzed cast iron recumbent lion door porter. Height 39 cm, length 73 cm.

Sold for £280

Lot 13

A pair of 19th century dark oak Glastonbury chairs, the backs carved with Howard crest and with carved leafage to arms. Each height 86 cm, width 62 cm, depth 60 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £340

Lot 14

Style of "Wassdail" (possibly James Worsdale) oil painting, "Portrait of Charles Edward Stuart, the Young Pretender". Canvas 75 cm x 62 cm, in gilt and grained wood frame, with labels verso variously, one stating "Lent by Sir Algar Howard, KCB", a label for an Exhibition at the Abbott Hall Art Gallery, Kendal, and a photocopied catalogue entry apparently for the sale of this painting at Sotheby's in 1984, Lot No. 45 (see illustration).

Sold for £5600

Lot 15

A Victorian carved oak settle, decorated with floral, armorial and religious panels, inlaid throughout with checkered bandings, the back carved with motto "No better thought than thinke on God and only him to serve", with lifting seats. Height 164 cm, width 205 cm, depth 58 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £1200

Lot 16

A narrow oak chest of drawers of 19th century design, fitted with two short and three long drawers with lozenge mouldings to sides, on stile feet. Height 77 cm, width 50 cm, depth 49 cm.

Sold for £150

Lot 17

An 18th century oak and stained pine planked coffer or food bin with lifting top, on stile feet. Height 82 cm, width 95 cm, depth 59 cm.

Sold for £140

Lot 18

An 18th century oak side table, fitted with three drawers above a shaped frieze and on cabriole front legs. Height 70 cm, width 147 cm, depth 52 cm, carved with initials "WP" to front (see illustration).

Sold for £420

Lot 19

A Scandinavian stained wood bird shaped bowl. Height 13 cm, length 24 cm.

Sold for £200

Lot 20

An Edwardian child's mahogany wing chair, on spade front legs with brown ceramic castors, upholstered in loose tartan covers.

Sold for £60

Lot 21

A chip carved and stained elm rocking horse. Height 64 cm, length 108 cm.

Sold for £50

Lot 22

An 18th century panelled oak coffer, with later lid and three panelled front, on stile feet. Height 82 cm, width 109 cm, depth 59 cm.

Sold for £240

Lot 23

No lot.

Lot 24

A fine Regency oak three seater settee, with shaped back and slightly bowed front, upholstered in green leaf tapestry, on three carved front legs with brass castors. height 92 cm, width 222 cm, depth 105 cm, with three matching cushions (see illustration).

Sold for £1000

Lot 25

"The Drunken Duke's Chair and Stool" - a George III mahogany open armchair and matching stool reportedly made for Charles Howard 11th Duke of Norfolk (1746-1815) known as "The Drunken Duke", both now upholstered in green velvet with floral tapestry stripes, the chair on brass castors. Height 97 cm, width 88 cm, depth 95 cm. Stool height 34 cm, length 60 cm, depth 55 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £2400

Lot 26

A Chinese green patinated bronze vase, with flared neck and base and bulbous centre. Height 30 cm, converted to an electric lamp on plinth and drilled, with shade. Height 66 cm.

Sold for £340

Lot 27

A George III oak circular tripod table, on slender turned baluster column and splayed legs. Height 71 cm, diameter 55 cm.

Sold for £110

Lot 28

A Victorian oak club style fender, with chamfered uprights and bevelled base. 51 cm high, 208 wide, 48 cm deep.

Sold for £400

Lot 29

No lot.

Lot 30

A pair of late Victorian pewter lion door porters. Each 18 cm high x 23 cm long.

Sold for £220

Lot 31

A set of five 19th century pewter glass bottomed tankards by Watts & Harton, each engraved with armorial and each 9.5 cm high.

Sold for £60

Lot 32

An 18th century pewter plate, with touch mark for Carpenter, the plain border with lion armorial, 24.5 cm diameter, and two other 18th century pewter plates, each 24 cm diameter.

Sold for £60

Lot 33

A Victorian cast iron lamp modelled as Bonnie Prince Charlie, now converted to electricity, with shade. 74 cm high,

Sold for £150

Lot 34

A 1920's oak two tier circular occasional table, on later Shepherd castors. 63 cm high x 64 cm diameter.

Sold for £40

Lot 35

An 18th century oak wing chair, with cabriole front legs on padded feet, upholstered in loose tartan covers. 129 cm high x 88 cm wide 70 cm deep.

Sold for £550

Lot 36

A gilt painted wirework magazine rack, 54 cm high x 42 cm x 17 deep, an oak spherical tea caddy, 14 cm high, and a parquetry inlaid beechwood circular Lazy Susan, 5 cm high x 30 cm diameter.

Sold for £70

Lot 37

18th century school, oil painting, portrait of King James I. Board +/- 58 cm x 40 cm, in grained and parcel gilt deeply moulded frame (see illustration).

Sold for £3600

Lot 38

19th century school, oil painting, portrait of King James II. Board 84 cm x 72 cm, within gilt oval mount and ebonised moulded frame (see illustration).

Sold for £850

Lot 39

Late 18th/early 19th century school, oil painting, portrait of James Stuart, The Old Pretender. Canvas 77 cm x 64 cm, worded to top of canvas "James son of James II, Obit Rome", with canvas stencil verso worded "Prepared by Charles Roberson, 99 Long Acre, London", in ebonised frame (see illustration).

Sold for £1500

Lot 40

Attributed to John Riley (1646-1691), oil painting, portrait of King William III. 77 cm x 63 cm, in gilt moulded frame (see illustration).

Sold for £3800

Lot 41

Attributed to John Riley (1646-1691), oil painting, portrait of King Charles II. Canvas 77 cm x 63 cm, in gilt moulded frame (see illustration).

Sold for £2800

Lot 42

An old eastern papier mache or lacquered circular shield, set to front with four sunburst pattern iron bosses. 46 cm high.

Sold for £70

Lot 43

A steel pike with stained wood handle, and a similar pike with curved blade.

Sold for £120

Lot 44

An Edwardian mahogany commode chair of Sheraton style, with caned back and seat raised on square tapered front legs. 106 cm high.

Sold for £30

Lot 45

An eastern embossed metal and coloured glass/hardstone set dagger, the associated blade of Kris style, with scabbard. 58 cm long.

Sold for £50

Lot 46

19th century school, oil painting, portrait of Sir Henry Howard K.G. (1517-1546), Earl of Surrey, son of Thomas Third Duke of Norfolk, canvas, 198 cm x 146 cm, in dark brown swept frame with gilt inner slip (see illustration).

Sold for £17000

Lot 47

An oak open armchair of 18th century style, the back, seat and arm pads upholstered in green felt and studded, on turned supports with low stretchers. 105 cm high x 70 cm wide x 60 cm deep.

Sold for £100

Lot 48

Four African spears, with steel blades and wooden shafts.

Sold for £120

Lot 49

A framed bayonet display, comprising three pairs of different types of bayonet and two similar other. Largest 71 cm long, smallest 43 cm long, all mounted on painted display board.

Sold for £550

Lot 50

A dagger display, comprising 7 daggers of different types including Commando. Largest 42 cm long, smallest 28 cm long, all mounted on painted display board.

Sold for £280

Lot 51

An eastern axe, 84 cm long.

Sold for £40

Lot 52

An old white painted cupboard, thought to be oak, later fitted with three shelves enclosed by a pair of panelled doors, the panels decorated in cream. 191 cm high x 155 cm wide x 62 cm deep.

Sold for £80

Lot 53

No lot.

Lot 54

A 17th/18th century carved and panelled alms cupboard, with apex top, decorated throughout with guilloche, leaf and lunette carving, fitted with single later shelf enclosed by a pair of doors. 63 cm high x 70 cm x 18 cm deep.

Sold for £3600

Lot 55

A Victorian white and brown painted chest of drawers, on plinth supports. 102 cm high x 115 cm wide x 47 cm deep.

Sold for £110

Lot 56

An early Victorian mahogany chest of drawers, the top with moulded edge, fitted with brass ring handles and on bracket feet. 94 cm high x 103 cm wide x 53 cm deep.

Sold for £80

Lot 57

A George III oak wall cupboard, fitted with four shelves enclosed by a fielded and arched panelled door with shaped H pattern brass hinges. 108 cm high x 74 cm wide x 24 cm deep.

Sold for £240

Lot 58

A George III oak chest of drawers, fitted with two short and three long drawers with later turned handles, on bracket feet. 90 cm high x 104 cm wide x 53 cm deep.

Sold for £140

Lot 59

No lot.

Lot 60

John Baxendale, pair of watercolours, snipe in woodland settings. Each 28 cm x 40 cm, signed in full and dated 1975, in gilt frames and glazed.

Sold for £320

Lot 61

A Victorian mahogany nursing chair, with shaped back, turned front legs with brown ceramic castors and upholstered with loose covers.

Sold for £160

Lot 62

John Baxendale, watercolour, lake view with ducks to foreground. 76 cm x 55 cm, signed in pencil "John Baxendale for Greystoke 1959", in oak frame and glazed.

Sold for £240

Lot 63

No lot.

Lot 64

A Victorian mahogany side table or washstand, with low back, fitted with two drawers and on turned legs. 79 cm high x 90 cm wide x 44 cm deep.

Sold for £90

Lot 65

A set of 12 Victorian oak "House of Lords" dining chairs after A.W.N. Pugin, the backs and seats upholstered in white vinyl (see illustration).

Sold for £600

Lot 66

An 18th century oak oval gate leg table, on slender baluster turned supports. 71 cm high x 135 cm long x 158 wide.

Sold for £120

Lot 67

No lot.

Lot 68

John Baxendale, watercolour, winter estuary scene with ducks to foreground. 76 cm x 55 cm, signed John Baxendale for Greystoke 1959, in oak frame and glazed.

Sold for £300

Lot 69

A pair of 19th century silver plated candlesticks, cast with vine leaves. 26 cm high.

Sold for £70

Lot 70

A set of moose antlers, mounted on an oak shield. 57 cm high x 62 cm wide.

Sold for £110

Lot 71

A pair of 19th century gilt pier glasses, with scrolled leaf crestings worded HH and with bellflower mouldings, each 183 cm high x 72 cm wide, and a quantity of loose decorative moulding apparently related to these mirrors (see illustration).

Sold for £1700

Lot 72

A mahogany five pillar extending dining table of Regency design, the top with reeded edge and curved ends, fitted central drop leaf section, five leaves and a pair of D end sections, all on turned central columns with quadruple splayed legs, brass caps and castors. 74 cm high x 574 cm extended x 122 wide (see illustration).

Sold for £2800

Lot 73

A set of nineteen George III mahogany dining chairs (including two armchairs) of Hepplewhite design, with arched crest rails, pierced splats, the drop in seats upholstered in lozenge pattern pale blue cloth, on square front legs (see illustration).

Sold for £1600

Lot 74

A George III figured mahogany square corner table, with single triangular drop leaf, on four moulded cabriole legs. 74 cm high x 89 cm square.

Sold for £280

Lot 75

A Victorian brass and white opaque glass table oil lamp, with plain cylindrical and baluster stem on stepped octagonal base, converted to electricity, with shade. 97 cm high.

Sold for £600

Lot 76

An 18th century oak and mahogany banded dresser base, with quartered and reeded columns, fitted with nine drawers and on ogee bracket feet. 92 cm high x 202 cm wide x 58 cm deep (see illustration).

Sold for £900

Lot 77

A Georgian child's mahogany highchair, with rectangular crest rail, the shaped arms with removable bar, the drop in seat upholstered in leaf patterned gold damask, on stand with adjustable step. 91 cm high x 42 cm deep x 41 cm wide.

Sold for £80

Lot 78

A pair of moulded clear glass electric table lamp bases, with shades. 69 cm high.

Sold for £380

Lot 79

A pair of clear glass oversize ale glasses of Georgian design, with tear drop stems and folded feet. 29.5 cm high.

Sold for £130

Lot 80

A Regency diamond and slice cut glass bottle shaped decanter and stopper, 24 cm high, and three other decanters.

Sold for £45

Lot 81

A set of three silver plated bottle coasters of Georgian design, with gadrooned rims and oak bases. Each 4 cm high x 14 cm diameter.

Sold for £70

Lot 82

A George III figured mahogany rectangular tea caddy, inlaid with boxwood stringing and banding, the top with silver plated oval handle. 16 cm high x 30 cm wide x 15 cm deep.

Sold for £140

Lot 83

A white glazed porcelain pineapple shaped electric table lamp, on gilt base and with shade. 10 cm high.

Sold for £180

Lot 84

A pair of Victorian black painted cast iron implement rests, each 18 cm high, two 19th century polished steel fire implements and a brass handled poker.

Sold for £70

Lot 85

A pair of late Victorian silver oval bonbon dishes by the Alexander Clark Manufacturing Co., embossed throughout with flowers and fruits. 9 cm high x 26 cm x 17 cm, hallmarked for Sheffield 1899, weight 475 grams.

Sold for £240

Lot 86

A Victorian black papier mache rectangular tea caddy, of shaped outline, the top inset with mother of pearl and decorated with leaves, fitted with two lidded compartments. 12 cm high x 19.5 cm wide x 13 cm deep.

Sold for £60

Lot 87

A Chinese Qianlong period porcelain armorial plate. 23 cm diameter.

Sold for £70

Lot 88

A Victorian black papier mache letter rack, of shaped outline, inlaid with mother of pearl and decorated with flowers. 20 cm high.

Sold for £60

Lot 89

A pair of 19th century black papier mache face screens, inlaid with mother of pearl and decorated in gilt with scrolled oval cartouche, with ebonised wooden handles. Each 42 cm long x 24 cm wide (see illustration).

Sold for £140

Lot 90

A Victorian papier mache stationery box, with angled lid, printed in colours with flowers and with four compartment interior. 11 cm high x 16 cm wide x 11 cm deep.

Sold for £60

Lot 91

An amethyst geode section. 10.5 cm long.

Sold for £40

Lot 92

An 18th century white enamel and brass mounted rectangular patch box, with domed lid and incurved sides, decorated in colours with floral sprays. 2.5 cm high x 4.5 cm x 3/5 cm deep.

Sold for £70

Lot 93

A pair of brass candlesticks of Gothic style, with shaped drip trays, knopped stems and on circular bases, 22 cm high, an Ilsa chromed metal lidded jug, a pewter tankard and a pewter hip flask.

Sold for £60

Lot 94

A 19th century gilt tooled green leather stationery box, with sloping lid and angled front and three division interior. 23 cm high x 34 cm x 15 deep.

Sold for £360

Lot 95

A 19th century continental mahogany and brass mounted ink stand, fitted with a pair of porcelain spherical inkwells and matching pen tray. 13 cm high x 25 cm wide x 16 cm deep.

Sold for £80

Lot 96

An 18th century bell metal pillar candlestick of architectural design, with stepped square base, 23 cm high, and a 19th century Toleware oval two handled tray printed and painted with continental views and flowers. 40 cm x 29 cm.

Sold for £50

Lot 97

An Edwardian mahogany kidney shaped tray, inlaid to centre with musical tributes, with shaped rim and twin brass handles. 61 x 39 cm.

Sold for £40

Lot 98

Two grey painted oak rectangular panels, carved with leafage. 41 x 19 cm and 52 cm x 18 cm.

Sold for £45

Lot 99

Eleven wooden plate stands, comprising three matching ebonised wooden stands, each 20 cm high x 19 cm wide, three smaller similar ebonised wooden stands, each 20 cm high x 15 cm wide, and five others.

Sold for £340

Lot 100

A Victorian Staffordshire pottery figure of an aristocratic woman, possibly Queen Victoria, 34 cm high, and another Victorian Staffordshire pottery figure "Liberte", 33.5 cm high.

Sold for £130

Lot 101

A George III mahogany single drawer box, with crossbanded top and drawer front, on bracket feet. 13 cm high x 30 cm wide x 16 cm deep (possibly the base of a toilet mirror).

Sold for £60

Lot 102

A pair of Victorian walnut circular footstools, the tops upholstered in green cloth, on turned feet. Each 10 cm high x 30 cm diameter.

Sold for £45

Lot 103

A William IV Rosewood sewing box, the angled pin cushion top with beaded moulding, fitted single drawer and inset with Mother of Pearl Heart shaped cartouche engraved initial HH 10 cm high x 15 cm wide x 9.5 cm deep.

Sold for £150

Lot 104

A Regency rosewood sewing box, with fine turned handle and twin lifting top, fitted single lidded compartment with single drawer under. 14 cm high, 23.5 cm wide, 13 cm deep (see illustration).

Sold for £190

Lot 105

A Victorian gilt bronze and beechwood 12 spool reel holder, the pin cushion top with acorn finial and with splayed feet, 28.5 cm high.

Sold for £110

Lot 106

A Victorian ormolu 6 spool reel holder the pin cushion top with leaf moulding, the holders with figural and bird finials on splayed feet 25 cm high.

Sold for £110

Lot 107

A carved olivewood figure of The Madonna and Child, 23 cm high, 2 continental carved pine figures of monks, 19.5 cm and 22.5 cm high, together with a carved and stained beechwood figure of a night watchman, 34 cm high.

Sold for £50

Lot 108

An African carved and stained wood figure of a man holding a basket, 18 cm high.

Sold for £40

Lot 109

An African carved and painted wood figure of a seated man holding a bowl and with Mohican style hair, 39 cm high.

Sold for £30

Lot 110

A cold painted bronze figure of the devil.

Sold for £200

Lot 111

An eastern brass figure of a standing deer, 23 cm high.

Sold for £40

Lot 112

A student's monocular microscope by ESL, with objective the same, 20 cm high, with mahogany case.

Sold for £20

Lot 113

An eastern carved wood figure of a crouched crying man, 7 cm high.

Sold for £35

Lot 114

A 19th century polished brass chamberstick, with circular sconce and drip pan, 9 cm high, a pair of 19th century polished brass candlesticks of small proportion, 12 cm high x 6 cm diameter, and a modern cast metal frog candlestick, 22 cm high.

Sold for £40

Lot 115

An eastern brass goblet, 11.5 cm high, together with a pair of eastern brass circular pin trays, 10 cm diameter.

Sold for £15

Lot 116

A Royal Copenhagen porcelain figure of a standing girl holding a doll, 14.5 cm high, No. 3539, with Blue Waves mark and worded Denmark.

Sold for £40

Lot 117

A Victorian blood stone seal, the octagonal matrix worded "Greystoke Castle", 6.5 cm high.

Sold for £100

Lot 118

A continental papier-mache heart shaped bowl, decorated with birds and flowers, 19 cm x 17 cm, a similar dish of scallop shape, a Victorian papier-mache circular dish with shaped rim and 4 other pieces.

Sold for £45

Lot 119

A 20th century continental porcelain oval bowl, probably Copenhagen, enamelled with floral sprays within shaped rim, 17.5 cm x 14.5 cm, underglaze Blue Waves mark, a pair of early 19th century porcelain saucers decorated in grey with floral sprays and swags and a small selection of decorative ceramics.

Sold for £20

Lot 120

A Wedgwood blue and white bone china candlestick, 15 cm high, a similar oval lidded box, a similar oval lid, 2 continental porcelain figures of birds and a Chinese porcelain circular bowl decorated with blossom on a green ground, 5 cm x 11 cm.

Sold for £45

Lot 121

An Early 19th century French rosewood and brass inlaid serpentine fronted liqueur tantalus, 26 cm x 30 cm x 23 cm, containing moulded clear glass liqueur set comprising 4 decanters with stoppers and 16 glasses (see illustration).

Sold for £1350

Lot 122

A 18th century engraving of Eton College, 11.5 cm square, within later Hogarth style frame and glazed.

Sold for £35

Lot 123

An early 19th century pottery part dessert service of Derby design, decorated in the Imari palette with flowers and leaves within gilt rims (9).

Sold for £240

Lot 124

A Victorian Staffordshire pottery spill vase, "The Rival", 36 cm high.

Sold for £50

Lot 125

A Victorian Staffordshire pottery clock group 31 cm high together with a Victorian Staffordshire pottery spill vase moulded with seated couple and dog 32 cm high.

Sold for £45

Lot 126

A Victorian Staffordshire pottery spill vase moulded as Red Riding Hood, an unusual Victorian pottery Staffordshire figure moulded with a seated boy and dog, the dog wearing a dunce's hat and a Staffordshire star pottery spill vase.

Sold for £60

Lot 127

A Victorian Staffordshire pottery spill vase modelled with a pair of parrots, a horse and cow at a water trough, 26 cm high, and two other Victorian Staffordshire pottery figures.

Sold for £140

Lot 128

A 19th century Samson armorial porcelain cylindrical tankard, decorated with floral sprays, relief scrollwork and Howard crest, 12 cm high.

Sold for £160

Lot 129

Three Samson armorial porcelain lidded vases, each decorated with floral sprays, relief scrollwork and Howard crest, 17 cm high.

Sold for £130

Lot 130

A pair of Samson armorial porcelain cylindrical vases, with flared rims, decorated with floral sprays, relief scrollwork and Howard crest 12.5 cm high.

Sold for £160

Lot 131

A Samson armorial porcelain rectangular tea caddy, with arched top, decorated with floral sprays, blue and gilded borders and with Howard crest, 12.5 cm high.

Sold for £150

Lot 132

An extensive Chinese Qianlong armorial porcelain dinner service, decorated in red, purple and gilt and decorated to centre with Howard lion, comprising pair of lidded two handled tureens, 3 oval meat plates, two handled bowl and stand with reticulated sides, 2 similar smaller stands, 4 oval dishes, 2 oval bowls, 1 circular bowl and 28 plates (44 pieces) (see illustration).

Sold for £2800

Lot 133

A Japanese Meiji period tanto dagger, with dark brown leather bound and bronze mounted hilt and plain steel blade, with scabbard the same, fitted with a smaller dagger, 38 cm overall.

Sold for £460

Lot 134

No lot.

Lot 135

An eastern short sword the blade, with deep blood channel and wooden hilt, with black leather scabbard the same, 62 cm overall.

Sold for £140

Lot 136

A cotton Union Jack, 90 cm x 166 cm.

Sold for £80

Lot 137

A 19th century gilt tooled red leather dispatch box, the lid with Royal crest and with red velvet lined interior, 10 cm x 32 cm x 23 cm.

Sold for £500

Lot 138

A Victorian silver plated mounted horse hoof letter rack by Ward and Co., Naturalist London, with two division circular rack on hoof with naturalistically moulded silver plated mount, the front of the hoof engraved "Pet", 14.5 cm high, with impressed makers mark to underside.

Sold for £170

Lot 139

The 19th century Chinese black patinated bronze figure of Fu Xing, in the Archaistic style, 22 cm high, with associated ebonised wooden circular stand.

Sold for £240

Lot 140

A domed clear glass paperweight, engraved " High Sheriff Cumbria March 1979-1980", 3.5 cm high x 7.5 diameter.

Sold for £50

Lot 141

A stainless steel automotive pin tray, Morgan Worcester 1888-1963, 9 cm.

Sold for £35

Lot 142

A silver plated mounted No. 5 tackle penknife, the side engraved with different hooks, 10 cm long.

Sold for £50

Lot 143

An early Victorian rosewood rectangular workbox, 11 cm x 20 cm x 10 cm.

Sold for £45

Lot 144

An Elizabeth II silver "Diligent and Secret" College of Arms Silver Jubilee tankard by The Yorkshire Mint, 13 cm high, Sheffield 1977, weight 344 g.

Sold for £130

Lot 145

A vintage Welsh brass miners lamp, by E Thomas and Williams Ltd., 22 cm high.

Sold for £30

Lot 146

No lot.

Lot 147

An early 19th century Treen ball cup, 13 cm high.

Sold for £50

Lot 148

A late 19th century turned fruitwood cylindrical needle case, 8.5 cm high, and turned wood lidded dice pot, 7.5 cm high.

Sold for £40

Lot 149

A Victorian brass and oak cribbage board, of shaped outline, 24 cm x 10 cm.

Sold for £35

Lot 150

A Chinese rosewood circular vase stand, with fretted sides, 3.5 cm high x 16.5 cm diameter, and another Chinese vase stand, 14.5 cm diameter.

Sold for £15

Lot 151

An early 19th century fruitwood circular lidded box,the lid inset with gold coloured metal plaque worded "Purley", 12.5 cm high x 8.5 cm diameter.

Sold for £50

Lot 152

A George III mahogany two drawer cabinet, on ogee feet, 16 cm x 37 cm x 24 cm.

Sold for £120

Lot 153

A Fairfax teak six division pipe rack, containing 5 pipes including a Stanwell 42 Royal Rouge pipe.

Sold for £20

Lot 154

A pair of early 19th century English clear glass square section decanters, with facet and wheel cuttings engraved Rum and Brandy, with facet cut glass stoppers, 25 cm and 26 cm high, together with a pair of similar octagonal section decanters with stoppers.

Sold for £45

Lot 155

A 19th century horn shot flask, with wooden end and stopper, 11.5 cm long, together with a brown leather covered table lighter inset with duck plaque, 9 cm high.

Sold for £35

Lot 156

A Keswick School of Industrial Arts Firth Staybrite circular bowl, with shaped rim, engraved to centre " Presented to Mrs Stafford Howard Cumberland WI 1920-1970", 4.5 cm high x 19 cm diameter.

Sold for £35

Lot 157

A Royal Mint Queen Mother 90th birthday cupronickel crown, (unopened), 6 other decorative crowns and a small quantity of UK and foreign coinage mostly post 1940.

Sold for £5

Lot 158

A continental Steuben clear art class circular bowl, 20 cm diameter x 7.5 cm high.

Sold for £20

Lot 159

An Eton College Officers' pressed white metal cap badge, worded "Floreat Etona", 5.5 cm high.

Sold for £15

Lot 160

A Victorian mahogany sarcophagus shaped tea caddy, fitted with lidded compartments, on gilt metal ball feet, 17 cm x 22 cm x 14 cm.

Sold for £50

Lot 161

A Chinese blanc de chine porcelain figure of Guan Yin, on ebonised socle, 39 cm.

Sold for £60

Lot 162

A Victorian black slate mantle clock, the enamelled dial and movement marked for Miller and Sons, London, 23 cm, with key and pendulum.

Sold for £40

Lot 163

A Victorian figured walnut jewellery box, with ebonised banding, the lid inset with mother of pearl lozenge, 10 cm x 18 cm x 11 cm deep.

Sold for £90

Lot 164

An eastern brass figure of a standing bull, 23 cm.

Sold for £70

Lot 165

An eastern brass figure of a standing buffalo, 13 cm, together with a figure of a recumbent bull, 7 cm.

Sold for £40

Lot 166

An eastern brass circular bowl, 5 cm high x 18.5 cm diameter, an eastern brass octagonal lidded box, 7 cm high x 10 cm wide, and a brass circular pin dish with punched decoration, 13.5 cm diameter.

Sold for £10

Lot 167

A papier-mache duck form lidded box, decorated in gilt, 11 cm high, and a similar ditto, 12 cm high.

Sold for £50

Lot 168

A pair of Chinese jade and hardstone models of trees, in square planters and on hardwood stands, each 20 cm high.

Sold for £70

Lot 169

Four Chinese jade and hardstone models, on hardwood bases. Smallest 15 cm, largest 17 cm high.

Sold for £40

Lot 170

A Chinese carved jade figure of a standing woman, on rosewood stand, 17 cm high.

Sold for £360

Lot 171

A Chinese soap stone quadrant shaped carving with two seated figures, 12 cm high x 20 cm wide.

Sold for £28

Lot 172

A eastern axe, with steel blade and wooden, shaft 82 cm.

Sold for £60

Lot 173

A reproduction axe, with cast steel blade and wooden shaft, 60 cm.

Sold for £70

Lot 174

A 19th century French 1879 Chassepot bayonet, 64 cm long.

Sold for £30

Lot 175

Adam Buck, watercolour, miniature portrait of Charles Edward Long, 12.5 cm x 11 cm, signed and dated 1828, in bevelled gilt frame and glazed, with label verso for R Gravel Carver and Gilder, No. 28 Warwick Street.

Sold for £550

Lot 176

19th century oil painting, castle study, possibly Greystoke, with figures to foreground, canvas 34 cm x 41 cm, in walnut frame and glazed (see illustration).

Sold for £500

Lot 177

A pair of early 20th colour prints, portrait of Mary Queen of Scots and Mary Queen of England, each 24 cm x 17 cm, in ebonised and gilt frames and glazed.

Sold for £300

Lot 178

19th century oil painting, country church with cattle to foreground, oak panel 23.5 cm x 36.5 cm, in rosewood frame.

Sold for £550

Lot 179

Thomas Kitchin, coloured engraving, " An Accurate Map of Carmarthenshire", 36 cm x 54 cm, in later ebonised and bevelled frame and glazed.

Sold for £60

Lot 180

A 19th century grissaille watercolour, " Dacre Castle Cumberland", 17 cm x 25 cm, titled and dated September 9th 1950, in later frame and glazed.

Sold for £300

Lot 181

A pair of 19th century oil paintings, portraits of Sir William Howard third son of 24th Earl of Arundel, together with his wife Mary Stafford, canvases 77 cm x 64 cm, the former with Charles Robertson label verso, in gilt frames (see illustration).

Sold for £800

Lot 182

Julian Barrow, oil painting, portrait of Catherine Howard after the original by Hans Holbein the younger, canvas 71 cm x 50 cm, in grained and gilt frame, indistinctly inscribed to verso Julian Barrow.

Sold for £750

Lot 183

A Victorian woolwork, worked in colours with Howard armorial, 64 cm x 48 cm, in oak frame and glazed, with GP Abraham Ltd Keswick label verso (see illustration).

Sold for £360

Lot 184

Henry Stone after Peter Paul Rubens (1577-1640), oil painting, portrait of Sir Thomas Howard 27th Earl of Arundel (1585-1646), canvas 120 cm x 101 cm, in ebonised frame (see illustration).

Sold for £4200

Lot 185

Tizian vitari Paczka (19th century continental), oil painting, portrait of Sir Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey (1517- 1546), canvas 114 cm x 95 cm, signed and dated Florence 1888, in ebonised frame with Frederic B. Daniel Art Dealer label verso (see illustration).

Sold for £1000

Lot 186

David Morris after Hans Holbein (1497-1543), oil painting, portrait of Queen Anne Boleyn 1507-1536, canvas 79 cm x 66 cm, signed, dated 1981 and titled Anne Boleyn, in parcel gilt oak frame.

Sold for £750

Lot 187

18th century school, oil painting, portrait of Sir Phillip Howard 25th Earl of Arundel (1557- 1595), re-lined canvas 65 cm x 49 cm, in later ebonised frame (see illustration).

Sold for £2600

Lot 188

A set of Victorian cast iron balance scales on cast base, with loose pan and single weight. 43 cm high.

Sold for £10

Lot 189

A Regency military recruitment poster worded "Taunton, April 18th 1823 To All Ambitious and Spirited Young Men Coldstream Regiment of Foot Guards", 43 cm x 27 cm, in ebonised frame.

Sold for £340

Lot 190

A 19th century poem " March of The Fell-Siders, a Parody?" printed by T. Hodgson, Herald Office Penrith, 28 cm x 21 cm, in ebonised frame and glazed.

Sold for £140

Lot 191

C. Bretherton, caricature print, Duke of Norfolk, 17.5 cm x 11 cm, dated in the plate 14th May 1782 and annotated to margin, in ebonised frame.

Sold for £300

Lot 192

An early 19th century caricature print, "A Scene in The Play of Chichester Politics, or the Borough Monger, caught in its own trap", 18 cm x 22 cm, in later wooden frame and glazed.

Sold for £280

Lot 193

A George III oak partners desk, the top inset with gilt tooled red leather, fitted with 9 graduated drawers to front, the reverse fitted with a central cupboard flanked by 8 graduated drawers, all on bracket feet, 77 cm x 158 cm x 94 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £1600

Lot 194

A pair of brass electric table lamps, with slender baluster stands and circular bases, with shades, 82 cm high.

Sold for £260

Lot 195

A 19th century lignum vitae desk seal, the bronze oval matrix engraved "Greystoke Castle", 9 cm overall.

Sold for £190

Lot 196

A 19th century skull form Meerschaum pipe with silver plated collar, 15.5 cm long, in brown Morocco leather covered case.

Sold for £45

Lot 197

A late Victorian coopered oak cylindrical wastepaper basket, 28 cm high x 28 cm diameter.

Sold for £110

Lot 198

A 19th century figured mahogany and amboyna veneered lyre pattern wall timepiece, with 20 cm white enamelled dial, the trunk enclosed by a door inset with reverse printed glass panel depicting Phaeton, 122 cm high (see illustration).

Sold for £460

Lot 199

A pair of George III mahogany open armchairs of Sheraton design, with reeded cresting rails and uprights and geometric back, the seats upholstered in green cloth and raised on turned and reeded front legs (see illustration).

Sold for £700

Lot 200

An 18th century mahogany wing chair, with high back and splayed arms upholstered in studded brown hide, on cabriole front legs with pad feet (see illustration).

Sold for £650