fine art

13th September 2012

Lot 601

A pair of brass six branch centre chandeliers, each with cord bound suspension pole to the knopped light fitting with six scroll branches and centre ball. Height 45 ins, width approximately 28 ins (see illustration).

Not Sold

Lot 602

A 19th century brass and wire fender. Internal measurement 42 ins.

Sold for £85

Lot 603

A 19th century brass and pierced metal fender, raised on ball feet. Internal measurement 40 ins.

Sold for £40

Lot 604

A 19th century ormolu lamp base, converted, with twist fruiting vine column with foliate base and three angled feet each terminating in a cloven hoof with triform base beneath and raised on a black slate base. Height excluding light fitting 23 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £220

Lot 605

Alfred Wainwright, a set of seven first edition pictorial "Guides to The Lakeland Fells", comprising Eastern 1955, Far Eastern 1957, Central 1958, Southern 1960, Northern 1962, Northwestern 1964 and Western 1956.

Sold for £400

Lot 606

Alfred Wainwright, a first edition "Guide to The View from Scafell Pike" 1978, "Walks from The Ratty" second or third edition 1988 and "Old Roads of Eastern Lakeland" first edition 1985.

Not Sold

Lot 607

Alfred Wainwright, a first edition "Walks on The Howgill Fells" 1962 and a first edition "The Outlying Fells of Lakeland, A Pictorial Guide" 1974.

Sold for £50

Lot 608

Alfred Wainwright, "A Dales Sketchbook" first edition 1976 and a "Second Dales Sketchbook" first edition 1978.

Sold for £95

Lot 609

Alfred Wainwright, a first edition "Lune Sketchbook" 1980 and a first edition "Second Furness Sketchbook" 1979.

Sold for £60

Lot 610

Alfred Wainwright, "Lakeland Mountain Drawings" Volume 4 first edition, second impression 1983 and "Lakeland Mountain Drawings" Volume 5 first edition, second impression 1984.

Sold for £60

Lot 611

Alfred Wainwright, first edition "Kendal in The 19th Century" 1977.

Not Sold

Lot 612

Alfred Wainwright, "Welsh Mountain Drawings" first edition 1981.

Not Sold

Lot 613

Alfred Wainwright, first edition "Three Westmorland Rivers" 1979 and "Ex Fell Wanderer" first edition 1987.

Not Sold

Lot 614

Alfred Wainwright, first edition "Scottish Mountain Drawings" Volume 2, "The Northwestern Highlands" 1976.

Sold for £30

Lot 615

Alfred Wainwright, first edition "Scottish Mountain Drawings" Volume 6 "The Islands" 1978.

Sold for £50

Lot 616

Alfred Wainwright, four "Lakeland Sketchbooks", "A Lakeland Sketchbook" second impression 1969-1970, "Second Lakeland Sketchbook" first edition 1970, "Third Lakeland Sketchbook" first edition 1971, "Fourth Lakeland Sketchbook" first edition 1972.

Sold for £80

Lot 617

Alfred Wainwright, "Westmorland Heritage" limited edition 1000, numbered and autographed "139" in green ink, published 1975.

Not Sold

Lot 618

Alfred Wainwright, two "Furness Sketchbooks" Volumes 1 and 2 and "Walks in Limestone Country".

Not Sold

Lot 619

Alfred Wainwright, "Westmorland Heritage, Popular Edition".

Sold for £20

Lot 620

Alfred Wainwright, four "Lakeland Sketchbooks" volumes 1, 2, 4 and 5.

Sold for £20

Lot 621

No lot.

Not Sold

Lot 622

A 19th century cast iron and brass fire basket, with arched back, open fire basket and brass terminals. Width 38 ins.

Sold for £520

Lot 623

A Dieppe carved ivory mirror frame, bearing the legend "Montioye St. Denys" (St. Denis is My Hope) with coat of arms above, the remainder of the mirror frame with applied leaves and emblems. Width 23.5 ins, height 33.5 ins (see illustration).

Not Sold

Lot 624

A 19th century Chinese barrel, with interior shelf, inverted tapering. Height 33 ins.

Not Sold

Lot 625

An African carved hardwood female figurine, holding aloft a basket. Height 36 ins.

Not Sold

Lot 626

A World War II cockpit clock, from a Messerschmitt ME109.

Sold for £150

Lot 627

A collection of seven early 20th century French erotic postcards, by Raphael Kirchner.

Sold for £48

Lot 628

A set of three ormolu two branch wall light fittings, in the Rococo style. Height 15 ins, width 16 ins.

Not Sold

Lot 629

A German World War I Other Ranks cap, named to The Third Squadron of The 44th Ulan Regiment, dark blue with red band and piping.

Not Sold

Lot 630

A German 1930's Luftwaffe Award plaque, of a pilot bust wearing flight cap and goggles. Marksmanship Award Flight School & date awarded described in German verso. "UFF 2-VEREINGUNG = FL SCH Braunshweig An 12.132.37".

Sold for £90

Lot 631

A German World War II Luftwaffe belt, with two piece construction buckle.

Not Sold

Lot 632

A German cast bronze plaque, bust of a German soldier wearing a World War I combat helmet.

Not Sold

Lot 633

A German World War II Trench Art mounted compass, with U-boat badge motif.

Sold for £130

Lot 634

A 17th century English dagger, with faceted iron pommel and rectangular guard.

Sold for £80

Lot 635

An Austrian cold painted bronze, a saddled horse.

Not Sold

Lot 636

A Hornby train goods set, No. 20, boxed.

Sold for £50

Lot 637

A Hornby train M1 goods set, LMS, boxed.

Sold for £50

Lot 638

A 19th century Chinese jade pot pourri holder with cover, with dog terminal, pierced two stage lid and carved base. Width 7 ins, height 8.75 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £1300

Lot 639

An Arts & Crafts oak and copper fire screen, the planished panel decorated with a stork and bulrushes and house in an oak frame. Width 19.5 ins.

Sold for £140

Lot 640

Two swords, one Westmorland & Cumberland Yeomanry circa 1920, the other Cavalry sabre with basket handle, each with scabbard.

Sold for £420

Lot 641

A Zulu hide shield and two fish spears.

Sold for £170

Lot 642

A Crewelwork panel, late 17th/early 18th century and later, worked with flowering trees in blue and pink wools, some repairs. 118 ins x 60 ins. PROVENANCE - purchased Christie's, The Mill House, Sonning, Berkshire sale June 1994 lot 459, previously Groom Bridge Place, Kent (see illustration).

Sold for £600

Lot 643

An Eastern fringed rug, the centre rectangular panel with repeating cell design and with multiple line border, principal colours iron red, blue and beige. 125 cm x 270 cm.

Sold for £320

Lot 644

An Eastern fringed carpet, with centre rectangular panel and repeating line border, principal colours, red, beige, brown and black. 320 cm x 215 cm.

Sold for £50

Lot 645

A needlework panel, "S.S.Titanic Sinking After Striking an Iceberg in The North Atlantic on April 14th 1912", woolwork on silk. 17 ins x 22 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £320

Lot 646

A Victorian sampler, Margaret Russel 1848. 19 ins x 17.5 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £110

Lot 647

A woollen fringed carpet, the centre rectangular panel decorated with a repeating floral pattern and flanked by a multiple line border. 102 ins x 128 ins including fringed ends.

Sold for £170

Lot 648

An Eastern fringed rug, with multiple line border and centre rectangular panel with corner spandrels decorated in a variety of colours. Length approximately 82 ins, width 52.5 ins.

Sold for £80

Lot 649

No lot.

Not Sold

Lot 650

A John Speed map, "The Countie, Westmorland and Kendale the Chief Towne", described with The Armes of Such Nobles as Have Bene Earls of Either of Them, hand coloured, double sided, performed John Speed and Are To Be Sold by George Humble in Popehead Alley Against the Exchange. 15.25 ins x 20 ins, framed (see illustration).

Sold for £220

Lot 651

An antiquarian map, Carmarthenshire, by Thomas Kitchin Geographer, hand-coloured. 14 ins x 21 ins.

Sold for £50

Lot 652

John Rogers, an oil painting on canvas, young girl "Perdita". 16 ins x 12.5 ins, in ornate gilt frame (see illustration).

Sold for £280

Lot 653

P.A. Huret, a watercolour, "Venice from on High". 13.5 ins x 10 ins, framed, signed.

Sold for £45

Lot 654

A collection of six 19th century military paintings, five watercolours, one oil, each depicting French Troops. Various sizes from 6 ins x 9 ins (oil) to 14 ins x 27 ins (largest watercolour), one signed L. Dux or D. Lux (see illustration).

Sold for £880

Lot 655

G.C., a Victorian oil painting on canvas, still life of rose and other flowers in vase on table top. 36 ins x 24 ins, framed, signed and dated 1898 (see illustration).

Sold for £340

Lot 656

John R. Skeaping R.A. (1901-1980), a watercolour, "Canal Turn". 21 ins x 29 ins, signed and dated 1967 (see illustration). A.R.R.

Sold for £2700

Lot 657

A 17th century oil painting, portrait of The Reverend Doctor Richard Busby (1606-1695). 30 ins x 24 ins, framed. Doctor Richard Busby was an Anglican Priest who served as Headmaster of Westminster School for more than 55 years. He died age 89 in 1695. As a Headmaster Busby was as famous for administering corporal punishment as he was for his ability. Among the more illustrious of his pupils were Christopher Wren, Robert Hooke, Robert South, John Dryden, John Lock, Matthew Prior, Thomas Millington and Francis Atterbury (see illustration).

Sold for £1250

Lot 658

A 19th century oil painting on canvas, hens in farmyard. 10 ins x 13 ins.

Sold for £140

Lot 659

Mosley, an oil painting on canvas, busy port scene. 24 ins x 16 ins, framed, signed.

Sold for £350

Lot 660

Basil L. Bradley, a watercolour, market scene. 13.5 ins x 19 ins, framed, singed and dated 1896.

Sold for £400

Lot 661

Soden, an oil painting, "A Whiff of Work". 8 ins x 5.5 ins, framed, signed (see illustration).

Sold for £220

Lot 662

Henry Sylvester Stannard (1844-1920), a pair of watercolours, thatched cottages, one with figures the other ducks. Each 9.5 ins x 13 ins, signed (see illustration).

Not Sold

Lot 663

J.W. Hattersley, 19th century watercolour, "Landing the Catch". 12.5 ins x 19 ins, framed, signed (see illustration).

Sold for £420

Lot 664

John Taylor Allerston (Fl. 1900), oil on canvas, coastal scene with figures and sailing vessels. 11 ins x 14 ins, framed, signed and dated 1889 (see illustration).

Sold for £250

Lot 665

Langlois, a pair of oil paintings on canvas, Spaniel, Pheasant and two Terriers. 13 ins x 9.5 ins, signed (see illustration).

Sold for £380

Lot 666

Langlois, two oil paintings on canvas, Terrier in barn and two Terriers by rabbit hole. 9 ins x 12 ins, and 10 ins x 13.5 ins, signed (see illustration).

Sold for £300

Lot 667

An oil painting on panel, shipwreck. 8 ins x 14 ins, signed with initials (see illustration).

Sold for £150

Lot 668

Nelly Erischsen (Fl. 1882-1917), a pastel, farmer with scythe. 28 ins x 17.5 ins, signed (see illustration).

Sold for £1250

Lot 669

W.E. Turner (19th century British), a pair of oil paintings on canvas, cattle. 14 ins x 19 ins, framed.

Sold for £170

Lot 670

An oil painting on panel, oval, woman with bird and pipe. 21 ins x 17.5 ins.

Sold for £1700

Lot 671

W.E. Turner (19th century British), oil painting on board, cattle and sheep in landscape. 12 ins x 18 ins, framed, signed.

Sold for £100

Lot 672

C. Morris, oil painting on canvas, cattle in landscape with barn. 11 ins x 19.5 ins.

Sold for £150

Lot 673

Stanley Hardy, oil painting on canvas, thatched cottage with figure and geese. 12 ins x 17.5 ins.

Not Sold

Lot 674

Nasmyth, oil painting on canvas, cattle and figure in woodland. 10 ins x 9 ins.

Sold for £480

Lot 675

An oil painting on canvas, foxhounds, 19th century. 8.5 ins x 12 ins, framed, signed with initials.

Sold for £220

Lot 676

An oil painting on canvas, Highland cattle in landscape. 11 ins x 15.5 ins, framed, indistinctly signed.

Sold for £180

Lot 677

A 19th century oil painting on canvas, cattle grazing. 7 ins x 10 ins, framed.

Sold for £85

Lot 678

Early 19th century Norwich School, an oil painting on panel, figures in woodland landscape with cottage. 6 ins x 8 ins, in ornate gilt frame.

Sold for £45

Lot 679

George Armfield (1808-1893), an oil painting on canvas, two spaniels and mallard. 7 ins x 9 ins, indistinctly signed and inscribed on the mount "G. Armfield 1869" (see illustration).

Not Sold

Lot 680

Fred Richard, a dry point engraving, "Bond Street". 9 ins x 10 ins, framed, signed in pencil.

Sold for £20

Lot 681

Jane Bayfield, a watercolour, still life of fruit. 6.5 ins x 9.5 ins, framed, signed with monogram and dated 1892.

Sold for £95

Lot 682

Edward Tucker Senior (Fl. 1830-1909), a watercolour, fishing vessels on lake with mountains beyond. 10.5 ins x 16.5 ins, in gilt frame, signed.

Not Sold

Lot 683

Late 18th/early 19th century Norwich School, an oil painting on canvas, cattle, goats and sheep in landscape with figures. 23 ins x 27.5 ins, framed (see illustration).

Sold for £600

Lot 684

Robert Westall (1929-1993), drawing for sculpture, circa 1953. 14 ins x 9.5 ins, with biographical notes verso.

Sold for £45

Lot 685

James Ward R.A. (1769-1859), pencil drawing, "The Falls of The Clyde, Bonnington, Linn". 10.5 ins x 14.5 ins, framed, signed with monogram and dated August 10th 1805. PROVENANCE - formerly T.B. Lowinsky Collection, purchased Abbott & Holder September 1995.

Sold for £70

Lot 686

Albert Rutherston (1881-1953), a pen and wash drawing, cottage in landscape. 13 ins x 9.5 ins, signed and dated 1934. PROVENANCE - purchased Abbott & Holder March 1997.

Not Sold

Lot 687

Philip Wilson Steer N.E.A.C. (1860-1942), a pencil and watercolour, "View at Richmond, Yorkshire". 10 ins x 14 ins, framed. PROVENANCE - purchased Abbott & Holder £975 and formerly exhibited at The Steer Exhibition, Temple Newsome 1944 (see illustration).

Sold for £320

Lot 688

John Wilson Carmichael (1799-1868), a pencil drawing, an Italian coastal scene. 3 ins x 4.75 ins, signed with initials.

Sold for £30

Lot 689

Style of George Romney, an oil painting on canvas, portrait of a young boy with dog. 38 ins x 31 ins, framed, relined (see illustration).

Not Sold

Lot 690

Edward Horace Thompson (1879-1949), a watercolour, "St. John's in The Vale". 12 ins x 17 ins, framed, signed and dated 1921 (see illustration).

Sold for £1050

Lot 691

Edward Horace Thompson (1879-1949), a watercolour, "Windermere from The Low Wood Bay, When The Day is Near a Close". 9 ins x 14.5 ins, framed, signed (see illustration).

Sold for £680

Lot 692

Richard Hamilton (1922-2011), an exhibit from the Exhibition "Man, Machine, Motion" 1955, a Formica panel spacemen. 16.75 ins x 46.5 ins. A.R.R. (see illustration).

Sold for £3100

Lot 693

Richard Hamilton (1922-2011), an exhibit from The Exhibition "Man, Machine, Motion" 1955, Formica panel with catamaran, bubble car and wheel. 46.5 ins x 61.75 ins. A.R.R. (see illustration).

Sold for £5200

Lot 694

Richard Hamilton (1922-2011), an exhibit from The Exhibition "Man, Machine, Motion" 1955, Formica panel with comic book spaceman. 25 ins x 47 ins. A.R.R. (see illustration).

Sold for £4200

Lot 695

Richard Hamilton (1922-2011), an exhibit from The Exhibition "Man, Machine, Motion" 1955, formica panel with deep sea diving suits to one side and diver with harpoon gun and submersible verso. 47 ins x 14.75 ins. A.R.R. (see illustration).

Sold for £6200

Lot 696

Edward Horace Thompson (1879-1949), a watercolour, Bassenthwaite with bluebells in the foreground. 6 ins x 11.75 ins, framed, signed (see illustration).

Sold for £720

Lot 697

Edward Horace Thompson (1879-1949), a watercolour, heather and Scots pine in landscape. 7 ins x 10 ins, framed, signed (see illustration).

Sold for £650

Lot 698

Thorleif Jergil (B. 1909- ), an oil painting on canvas, young lady with basket of fruit. 36 ins x 24 ins, framed, signed.

Not Sold

Lot 699

E.M.D. Collingwood, a watercolour, daisies. 14 ins x 18 ins, signed and dated 1920.

Sold for £220

Lot 700

A collection of ten 19th century coloured engravings, principally local scenes, Whitehaven, Egremont, Lowther Castle, Ullswater, etc.

Sold for £65