antiques & fine art sale

4th September 2019

Lot 1

Victoria - young head half penny, 1854, with traces of lustre, two American one cent, 1830 and 1836, a George III farthing, 1773 and four Victoria young head farthings, two George IV silver sixpence, a James II copper "gun money" over strike crown 1689/1690, a Durham miners Pelton Fell lodge medallion, a Barnsley trade token and a Victorian model sovereign (14). Mixed grades.

Sold for £170

Lot 2

A silver medallion commemorating Wylie McKissock "Neurosurgeon", inscribed verso David Uttley 1994 - the McKissock Lecture and a Saudi Arabian silver proof commemorative medallion, 1974.

Sold for £10

Lot 3

Venice, Doge Ludovico Manin (1789-97) gold Zecchino, good but pierced, 2.1 cm diameter.

Sold for £75

Lot 4

Edward VII crown, 1902, G-VG (see illustration).

Sold for £90

Lot 5

Victoria - Jubilee head crown and double florin 1887, a half crown, 1889 and a George V "rocking horse" crown 1935, all but the half crown EF+.

Sold for £75

Lot 6

A small collection of French silver, bronze and copper medallions commemorating the 1878 International Exposition. The largest after a design by Eugine Oudine, the small examples designed by Barre. 86 mm - 33 mm (5). F-VF.

Sold for £32

Lot 7

Four white metal Royal Commemorative medals to include George III and Charlotte, Grand National Jubilee medal commemorating the ascension of His Majesty King George III to the throne 1760, Queen Victoria and the Universal Exhibition of London 1862 medal, Queen Victoria Golden Jubilee medal and Prince of Wales and Princess Alexandra commemorative marriage medal, 50 mm - 38 mm. (4).

Sold for £48

Lot 8

A Royal Mint silver commemorative medallion, a copper presentation medallion for the Norfolk Agricultural Association "Breeders Medal", the obverse with chickens a turkey and geese, designed by Ottley, a George III cartwheel two pence and two George III cartwheel pennies (5). F-F+.

Sold for £35

Lot 9

European coins, to include a Dutch silver six stuivers, 1691, a Dutch silver Utrecht duit, 1794 (pierced), a silver token with legend S:Georgius Equitum Patronus, two French 5 francs 1849 and 1868 and others (12). F-F+.

Sold for £55

Lot 10

A George III shilling, 1819, a George IV farthing, 1822, a Victorian one penny model, a Victorian crown, 1889 and shilling 1899, F-F+.

Sold for £50

Lot 11

Twenty three George VI nickel brass threepence, 1937-1952, to include 1939 and thirty Elizabeth II nickel brass threepence, mixed dates and grades.

Lot 12

A George V farthing, 1926, and a further one hundred and seventy George VI - Elizabeth II farthings, mixed dates and grades, some with lustre.

Lot 13

One hundred and twenty one George V one half Indian Anna, 1926, the majority with traces of lustre.

Sold for £30

Lot 14

A George V and George VI half and quarter rupees, a south African shilling, 1933, an Indian half pice, 1920, a small quantity of Malaya and British Borneo cents, Straits Settlements coins and +/- two hundred and eight Singapore cents, 1967, mixed grades.

Sold for £20

Lot 15

A collection of Victorian coins to include four crowns, two double florins, six half crowns, four 2 shillings and seven shillings, a George V half crown and two George VI half crowns, four George VI 2 shillings and a George V shilling (31). Mixed dates and grades.

Sold for £170

Lot 16

A small collection of Victorian and later silver coins to include a silver gilt sixpence, 1887, an 1838 four pence, nine Victorian threepence, thirty three George V threepence, a George VI sixpence and four threepence, mixed dates and grades.

Sold for £45

Lot 17

Three Edward VII half crowns 1902, 1909 & 1910, a shilling 1908, a sixpence 1908, and two threepence 1907 and 1908, a threepence 1902.

Sold for £40

Lot 18

A Canadian 1965 silver coin set, two Canadian silver dollars, four Eisenhower American dollars, a Kennedy half dollar, a 1917 half dollar, an Edward VII Canadian one cent 1909, a George V Canadian one cent 1921, and ten cents 1913, two American silver quarter dollars, a UK 1953 presentation set, South African shilling and two shillings 1896, Elizabeth II £5 crown 2000 and a small quantity of World coins.

Sold for £45

Lot 19

Two Maria Theresia thalers, two Irish silver ten shillings commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Irish uprising of Easter 1966, a medal commemorating the liberation of Jersey 1945, an Elizabeth II Coronation medal and five Festival of Britain crowns, two Elizabeth II £5 coins, a World War I Lusitania commemorative medal.

Sold for £85

Lot 20

British silver and copper coins George II-Victoria, comprising silver threepence 1817, sixpence 1818, William IV threepence 1836, George III Irish half penny 1805, English half pennies 1807, cartwheel pennies, Georgian penny 1807, cartwheel pennies, Victorian penny 1848 and others, mixed dates and grades.

Sold for £42

Lot 21

Russian silver coins comprising twenty kopeks 1913, and ten kopeks 1915, both mint master BC, VF.

Sold for £10

Lot 22

An Edward VII sixpence 1905, VF/EF.

Sold for £40

Lot 23

Eight Bank of England ten shilling notes, prefix C78N consecutive numbers 845663-845670, cashier Fforde, almost uncirculated.

Sold for £35

Lot 24

A quantity of British and World bank notes, to include series D Victoria issue £5, cashier Gill, six American dollars, Netherland Indies Indian roepia and other bank notes to include Japan, Malaysia, Korea, Singapore, Italy, Spain, Ceylon, Bulgaria, Canada, wartime currency, mixed grades all circulated.

Sold for £40

Lot 25

A collection of silver and bronze Photographic Society and Exhibition medals, Northampton, Plymouth and Ireland, all awarded to Albert E Coleman for figure studies and portraiture. 39 mm - 51 mm (see illustration).

Sold for £90

Lot 26

Three silver and two bronze Exeter, Plymouth and West of England Trades Exhibition medallions, 1904-1906. 38/39 mm.

Sold for £28

Lot 27

A George I half guinea 1715, Laur. head r, reverse crowned cruciform shields, sceptres in angles. 21 mm diameter, Obv. F, Rev. VF (see illustration).

Sold for £450

Lot 28

Assorted British coins to include two Charles II copper farthings, William III copper farthing, a George I copper half penny, George II copper half penny, a quantity of copper farthings George III - George V, mixed dates and grades.

Sold for £32

Lot 29

A James I copper farthing and ten Charles I copper farthings, mixed grades (11).

Sold for £42

Lot 30

A Henry VIII Irish harp silver groat, circa 1534-1540, Rev. shield, together with a Henry VIII half groat, Canterbury (pierced), F+ (see illustration).

Sold for £70

Lot 31

Hammered silver coins Elizabeth I, comprising two sixpence, 1565 and 1572, two threepence 1580 and 1582, and two undated three farthings (6).

Sold for £55

Lot 32

Edward I - two silver pennies, Canterbury and London, a half penny and a farthing, F+ (4).

Sold for £100

Lot 33

Henry II - short cross silver penny, Henry IV short cross silver penny, a Henry V penny and half groat, a Henry VI half penny and a Henry VIII penny, Bishop Fox (6).

Sold for £100

Lot 34

King John - short cross silver penny, an Elizabeth I three farthings, no date, a James I half groat and a Charles II Scottish silver twenty pence (4) F or better.

Sold for £70

Lot 35

Edward III - two silver hammered pennies for Durham and Canterbury, F.

Sold for £40

Lot 36

Edward III - four silver hammered pennies, London, F+.

Sold for £70

Lot 37

A Charles II silver threepence 1678, a George III shilling 1817 and sixpence 1816, a William IV four pence 1836, a Victorian Gothic florin and a George VI threepence 1937, F-VF+ (6).

Sold for £50

Lot 38

Elizabeth I - silver threepence 1561, VF (see illustration).

Sold for £130

Lot 39

Edward III - silver half groat, London, F/VF.

Sold for £65

Lot 40

Edward III - two silver pennies, London and Canterbury, and a London half penny and farthing, F/F+ (4).

Sold for £60

Lot 41

A Henry V penny, York, mullet and trefoil by crown, a further Henry V penny and a half penny.

Sold for £42

Lot 42

A Henry III silver long cross penny, without sceptre, VF, Obv. Henricus Rex Terci, Rev. Moneyer.

Sold for £70

Lot 43

A Henry VI silver hammered penny, half penny and farthing, F+.

Sold for £75

Lot 44

An Edward I hammered silver long cross penny, Canterbury and an Edward I quarter penny, F+.

Sold for £50

Lot 45

Richard I - silver hammered short cross penny, and two Richard II long cross silver hammered pennies, F.

Sold for £55

Lot 46

Edward II - silver hammered long cross penny and two Edward III long cross pennies, F.

Sold for £32

Lot 47

Richard II, silver hammered half penny, intermediate style, London, together with an Edward IV half penny, F/VF.

Sold for £40

Lot 48

A Queen Mary silver hammered groat, and an Elizabeth I silver hammered sixpence 1568.

Sold for £50

Lot 49

A Philip and Mary silver hammered groat, Rev: Posvimus, mm.lis, F+.

Sold for £110

Lot 50

Elizabeth I silver hammered threepence 1575, mm Eglantine and three Elizabeth I half groats, F.

Sold for £55

Lot 51

Three Elizabeth I silver hammered pennies, second and fifth issues, F+.

Sold for £45

Lot 52

A Charles I silver hammered shilling, two Charles I half groats, mm Anchor (1628-29), and mm Sun (1645-6) and a Charles I penny, mm Triangle (1639-40).

Sold for £70

Lot 53

A Commonwealth silver hammered half groat and half penny, F+.

Sold for £65

Lot 54

James I silver hammered half groat and penny, F.

Sold for £32

Lot 55

An assortment of silver hammered coins to include Henry IV and Henry VII pennies, a cut Elizabeth I penny, James II four pence 1688, and five others (9).

Sold for £75

Lot 56

A Louis XIV five sols 1702, and a Papal State silver hammered coin, F.

Sold for £22

Lot 57

An assortment of British milled coins, to include a William III copper half penny 1700, a George II copper half penny 1731 (no stops on reverse), a George I "dump" half penny, a George III pennies and half pennies and others, mixed dates and low grades.

Sold for £32

Lot 58

A quantity of Victorian and Edward VII pennies and half pennies, and further George V, VI and Elizabeth II pennies, half pennies and pre decimal coinage.

Lot 59

Approximately 60 Roman silver and copper coins, to include Denarius of Trajan, Caracalla, Mark Anthony and Sestertius of Antonius, Magnentius, Tetricus, and assorted coins, different mixed dates and reigns.

Sold for £160

Lot 60

Approximately one hundred and fifteen Roman coins, various dates, denominations and emperors, most likely metal detector finds.

Sold for £70

Lot 61

A collection of 18th and 19th century British trade tokens, and coin weights, to include a Chichester halfpenny 1794, Birmingham copper penny tokens 1811 and 1812, Princess Charlotte commemorative, Jetons, a Portuguese ten reis 1785, coin weights etc, mixed grades (32).

Sold for £55

Lot 62

A collection of 17th century trade farthings 1657-1666, to include George E Clemens in Andover 1664, Sidricke Hancock in Glassenbury, Abraham Waller of Andover, William Waller of Andover 1665, Thomas Parish in Salisbury and others.

Sold for £40

Lot 63

George IV, sovereign, 1830, bare head left, Rev: crowned shield, some edge knocks and surface marks.

Sold for £420

Lot 64

William IV, sovereign, 1835, bare head right, Rev: crowned shield, edge knocks and some slight surface marks. F-VF (see illustration).

Sold for £520

Lot 65

A Victorian sovereign, 1843, young head L., Rev: crowned shield of arms within wreath, second I of Britanniarum is a reversed Arabic 1, very light edge knocks and surface scratches. VF+ (see illustration).

Sold for £320

Lot 66

A Victorian sovereign, 1844, young head L., Rev: crowned shield of arms within wreath, second I of Britanniarum is a reversed Arabic 1, light edge knocks and with surface scratches. F-VF.

Sold for £300

Lot 67

A small collection of British pre decimal coins, to include three 1935 crowns, 17 George V half crowns, 31 Victorian-George VI threepences, 6 £5 coins, Festival of Britain and commemorative crowns, etc., mixed dates and grades.

Sold for £65

Lot 68

Six Royal Canadian mint silver proof dollars commemorating the 400th Anniversary of John Davies' Exploration of Baffin Island, each in presentation case with certificate, and three Croatian sterling silver medallions in presentation cases.

Sold for £60

Lot 69

Thirteen assorted bronze and other metal commemorative medallions, to include Albertville 92 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games, a Canadian post official millennium keepsake, Toronto Metropolitan Police, National Police School, The Inauguration of Interpol 1989 and others.

Sold for £55

Lot 70

A Temperance Society medal for Hurworth Tea Total Society 1852, a small collection of white metal and gilded metal Victorian, Edwardian and George V Jubilee and Coronation medallions, one in original box inscribed Rowntrees Coronation medal 1911 (13).

Sold for £22

Lot 71

Collection of principally Edward VII and George V pennies and half pennies, to include some Victorian and Elizabeth II examples, mixed dates and grades.

Sold for £10

Lot 72

A Ewanrigg Colliery token for A.W. Hillary Esquire, a Workington Marsh Side coffee tavern one penny refreshment token and a white metal Cumberland CC education committee medal awarded to Arthur Fox 1907, never absent, never late four years.

Sold for £42

Lot 73

An Elizabeth II sterling silver proof 8 coin crown set, 1977, issued by Spink & Son Limited in fitted presentation case with certificates.

Sold for £75

Lot 74

A large collection of British and World coins, to include Victorian and later pennies, half pennies and farthings, a Victorian crown 1893 (mounted as a brooch), Danish, Swedish, Yugoslavian and American low denomination coins, an Irish 1966 golden jubilee schilling and a West Cumberland mining token struck "WSB4 223".

Sold for £45

Lot 75

A mid 18th century Whitehaven harbour token, circa 1755, Obv: white/haven, Rev: Har/bour. 29 mm. NOTE: See Michael Finlay, "The Mining and related tokens of West Cumberland", page 1, illustration 1 for an identical token.

Sold for £35

Lot 76

Twenty six Carlisle Citadel Station P.L.M.S. pay cheque tokens, each individually numbered.

Sold for £70

Lot 77

Royal Bank of Scotland - 8 x Jack Nicklaus commemorative £5 bank notes, to commemorate the 40th year of Open Championship Golf, prefix JWN 882981-882988, contained within two pictorial sleeves with original envelopes, Unc.

Sold for £70

Lot 78

Royal Bank of Scotland - 8 x Jack Nicklaus commemorative £5 bank notes, consecutive serial number JWN0882989-JWN0882996, contained within two RBS pictorial sleeves with original envelopes, Unc.

Sold for £65

Lot 79

Royal Bank of Scotland - 8 x Jack Nicklaus commemorative £5 bank notes, to commemorate the 40th Open Championship Golf, prefix JWN0882997 - JWN0883000 and JWN0163773 and JNW0163776, contained within three pictorial sleeves with two original envelopes, Unc.

Sold for £65

Lot 80

Royal Bank of Scotland - 5 x Jack Nicklaus commemorative £5 bank notes, prefix JWN consecutive serial number 1987121-1987125, contained in a single RBS pictorial sleeve with original RBS envelope, Unc.

Sold for £40

Lot 81

Royal Bank of Scotland - 5 x Jack Nicklaus commemorative £5 bank notes, prefix JWN consecutive serial number 1987126-1987130, contained in a single RBS pictorial sleeve with original RBS envelope, Unc.

Sold for £40

Lot 82

Royal Bank of Scotland - 5 x Jack Nicklaus commemorative £5 bank note, prefix JWN consecutive serial number 1987131-1987135, contained in a single RBS pictorial sleeve with original RBS envelope, Unc.

Sold for £42

Lot 83

Royal Bank of Scotland - 5 x Jack Nicklaus commemorative £5 bank notes, prefix JWN consecutive serial number 1987136-1987140, contained in a single RBS pictorial sleeve with original RBS envelope, Unc.

Sold for £40

Lot 84

Royal Bank of Scotland - 13 x Queens Golden Jubilee £5 bank notes, prefix TGQJ consecutive serial numbers 1038301 -1038313, Unc (see illustration).

Sold for £110

Lot 85

Royal Bank of Scotland - 8 x Queens Golden Jubilee 2002, £5 bank notes, prefix TQGJ consecutive serial number 0847824 -0847831, Unc.

Sold for £65

Lot 86

Royal Bank of Scotland - 39 x Commemorative Meeting of the Scottish Parliament £1 bank notes, prefix SP consecutive serial numbers 0965151 - 0965165, and 0965167 - 0965180, and other smaller runs, Unc.

Sold for £75

Lot 87

Royal Bank of Scotland - £1 sterling, portrait of Lord Ilay and verso illustration of Edinburgh castle, prefix C17 consecutive serial numbers 228206 - 228215, 228222 - 228226, prefix C24 and consecutive serial numbers 789503/04 and 798568/69, mostly Unc.

Sold for £38

Lot 88

Royal Bank of Scotland - 9 x European Summit commemorative £1 bank notes, prefix EC, consecutive serial number 1333714 - 1333716, 1773326/27 and a Bank of Scotland "Sir Walter Scott" £1 bank note, 3 x The Royal Bank of Scotland Alexander Graham Bell 150th anniversary commemorative £1 bank notes, and 4 x RBS Robert Louis Stevenson commemorative £1 bank notes, mostly Unc. (17)

Sold for £35

Lot 89

Royal Bank of Scotland - 11 x £5 bank notes, comprising 1 x prefix B33 signatory CR Winter, 1 x prefix A17 signatory RM Maiden, 2 x prefix B31 712086/087, 5 x Queens Golden Jubilee 2002 prefix TQGJ consecutive serial number 1038396 - 1038400, and 2 x Royal and Ancient golf club of St Andrews commemorative bank notes prefix R and A serial number 0727416/17, EF/Unc.(11)

Sold for £85

Lot 90

Royal Bank of Scotland - 2 x £20 bank notes commemorating the 100th birthday of Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother 4th August 2000, prefix QETQM consecutive serial numbers 0082244/45, Unc. 3 x RBS £10 bank notes, signatory Mathewson.

Sold for £100

Lot 91

Royal Bank of Scotland - £50 sterling, Inverness castle, signatory F Goodwin, prefix A2 serial numbers 833371, Unc.

Sold for £75

Lot 92

Four lead communion tokens dated 1806, for the parish of Lesmahagow, a St Luke's Church Young Street Edinburgh communion token, and a reproduction example from Hamilton Parish.

Lot 93

A quantity of British coins to include an Edward VII florin 1907, a George V crown 1935, four George VI crowns 1937, nine Elizabeth II £5 crowns, 3 x Victoria 2001 anniversary crowns, and 3 x 1999 last coins of the 20th century uncirculated coin collections, and other coins, mixed dates and grades.

Sold for £90

Lot 94

Two Victorian sovereigns, 1872 and 1881 M (see illustration).

Sold for £455

Lot 95

Ten Edward VII sovereigns, 2 x 1902 and consecutively to 1910, in presentation case (see illustration).

Sold for £2500

Lot 96

Four Edward VII sovereigns, 1903, 1904, 1905 and 1906.

Sold for £920

Lot 97

Four Edward VII sovereigns, 1907 M, 1908 M, 1909 and 1910 M.

Sold for £950

Lot 98

Four Edward VII sovereigns, 1903 P, 1904 M, 1905 and 1906 P.

Sold for £980

Lot 99

Four Edward VII sovereigns, 2 x 1908, 1909 and 1910.

Sold for £1000

Lot 100

Four Edward VII sovereigns, 1904, 1905 and 2 x 1906.

Sold for £1000

Lot 101

Four Edward VII sovereigns, 2 x 1904, 1906 and 1908.

Sold for £1000

Lot 102

Four Edward VII sovereigns, 2 x 1909 and 2 x 1910.

Sold for £1000

Lot 103

Four Edward VII sovereigns, 2 x 1908 and 2 x 1909.

Sold for £1000

Lot 104

Four Edward VII sovereigns, 1908 M, 1909 and 2 x 1910.

Sold for £1000

Lot 105

Four George V sovereigns, 1911, 1912, 1913 and 1914.

Sold for £920

Lot 106

Four George V sovereigns, 1911, 1912, 1913 and 1914.

Sold for £920

Lot 107

Four George V sovereigns, 1911, 1912, 1913 and 1914.

Sold for £920

Lot 108

Four George V sovereigns, 1913.

Sold for £920

Lot 109

No lot.

Lot 110

Four George V sovereigns, 1911, 1912, and 2 x 1913.

Sold for £920

Lot 111

Four George V sovereigns, 1911, 1912, and 2 x 1913.

Sold for £920

Lot 112

Four George V sovereigns, 1912 S, 1913, 1914 P and 1915.

Sold for £900

Lot 113

Four George V sovereigns, 2 x 1915, 1925, and 1931 SA.

Sold for £920

Lot 114

Four George V sovereigns, 2 x 1925 SA, and 2 x 1927 SA.

Sold for £920

Lot 115

Two Elizabeth II sovereigns, 1957.

Sold for £450

Lot 116

A Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee platinum medallion, 1977, Obv: portrait of The Queen seated facing on a throne holding a sceptre and mace, Rev: Tudor Rose in stylised crown and inscription "Vivat Regina 1952-1977", numbered 25, 57 mm, 180 grams, cased (see illustration).

Sold for £3000

Lot 117

A George V sovereign, 1915.

Sold for £230

Lot 118

A rare Wilson Bragg Whitehaven copper farthing token, 1812, two Temperance Movement penny tokens for Whitehaven Cocoa & Coffee House Co. Ltd., an Oddfellows medallion presented to "Brother C.M. Joseph Williamson by The Whitehaven District of Joofmn 1862", a Whitehaven lost key fob, a George IV third farthing, 1827, VF, and a Kennedy silver half dollar 1964.

Sold for £48

Lot 119

A Chinese porcelain vase, late 20th century, decorated with a gnarled pine tree upon rockwork before a pagoda, lake and mountainous landscape, two lines of character marks verso, red river stamped Qianlong mark and a further later Chinese vase with printed and enamel decoration, both converted to table lamps. 25.5 cm and 33 cm respectively (minus fittings).

Lot 120

A Chinese vase, late 20th century, with slightly flaring neck with Ruyi head border above a peony Shou and bat decorated neck above a pink ground, with turquoise ground floral shoulder above the main body with opposing dragons and a flaming pearl amongst clouds, all above a spuming wave base, on circular foot with six character Guangxu mark. 39 cm high (see illustration).

Sold for £100

Lot 121

A Chinese porcelain vase, with underglaze blue peony decorated neck above the main body depicting boys playing Go with flowers and bamboo, blue pseudo Qianlong six character seal mark to the underside. 22 cm high.

Lot 122

A Chinese Famille Rose tureen and cover, late Qianlong, the domed lid with squat knop and enamel peony decoration and with brocaded border with flowers, Ruyi head and scrolls heightened with gilding, the tureen with scalloped handles, fenced rockwork and floral decoration heightened with gilding, all beneath a gilt pendant band. Diameter excluding handles 22.8 cm, height 19 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £170

Lot 123

Fifteen Satsuma buttons Meiji period, each handpainted with wisteria or iris all against a cream ground. 1.9 cm - 3 cm diameter.

Sold for £180

Lot 124

A Chinese bottle vase, early to mid 20th century, in famille rose pattern, the body depicting young boys in a garden exterior holding aloft small parcels and verso a poem with red seal marks, all between Ruyi head and false gadrooned borders, four character red Qianlong mark. Height 29 cm. Together with two Chinese ginger jars, one with a cover, mark for Jingxi Jingdezhen Min Ci and Zhangguo Jingdezhen Zhi. 15.5 cm and 10.5 cm respectively (see illustration).

Sold for £260

Lot 125

A Japanese dished plate, early 20th century, painted with a dragon chasing a pearl, two character signature for Eigyoku, 22 cm diameter, together with a Meiji period Kutani vase decorated with birds, peony and chrysanthemum, with landscaped background, signed Kutani. Height 24 cm. With two Japanese turned wood tea caddies, 15 cm and 13.5 cm respectively.

Sold for £15

Lot 126

A Chinese archaic style bronze censor, 20th century, with lion knop cover with key band decoration, main body with dragon handles upon a circular stepped foot. Height 17 cm.

Sold for £32

Lot 127

A pair of Japanese Imari vases and covers, late 19th century, a further vase and cover, two further vases and a small jardiniere. Tallest 25 cm.

Sold for £35

Lot 128

A Japanese blue and white Seto bowl, early 20th century, the interior decorated with a figure in a boat with buildings and lake beyond within panels of blossoming prunus and peony, the exterior with similar panels. Diameter 34 cm.

Sold for £38

Lot 129

A 19th century Chinese Canton bowl, 20.5 cm diameter and two 19th century Canton pots with covers and a modern Chinese bowl in the Canton style with pseudo rubber stamped six character Yongzheng mark.

Sold for £150

Lot 130

A pair of Chinese red lacquered bookcases, late 19th century, with adjustable shelves and supported upon figural carved front legs. 49 cm wide, 120.5 cm high, 35.5 cm deep.

Sold for £260

Lot 131

A pair of Chinese blue and white ginger jars and covers, 19th century, with shaped panels depicting crackleware and blue and white vases together with precious objects, all between a scrolling lotus flower ground. Height 27 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £260

Lot 132

A Japanese lacquer cabinet on stand, Meiji period, the exterior decorated with raised panels of landscapes, the interior with gilt floral decoration and with three short drawers to each side above three pigeonholes, all upon a separate lacquered stand. Width 40.5 cm, height 98 cm, depth 23 cm.

Lot 133

A Japanese Seto scalloped dish, circa 1900, painted with phoenix amongst peony. Diameter 31.5 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £20

Lot 134

A pair of Japanese Kutani vases, circa 1890, decorated with exotic birds amongst blossoming peony and carnations, heightened with gilding, three character Kutani Zo. Height 30 cm.

Sold for £160

Lot 135

A Japanese embroidered four panel folding screen, circa 1900, each panel with a gilt thread and padded duck amongst trailing branches all against a blue ground, with brocaded border and ebonised frame. Each panel width 45 cm, height 169 cm.

Sold for £60

Lot 136

A large Canton enamel punch bowl, circa 1850, decorated throughout with panels of court figures between butterfly and blossoming flower ground borders with bats, cash symbols, butterflies and birds, with part gilt ground and rim (restored). Diameter 40 cm, height 16 cm.

Sold for £130

Lot 137

A large Chinese temple lion and pup, 20th century, decorated with exaggerated features in turquoise blue and red glazes, its pup beneath its front left paw. Height 58.5 cm, 50 cm at widest point (see illustration).

Sold for £300

Lot 138

A pair of Chinese Canton inverted baluster vases and covers, 20th century, decorated with panels of court figures and warriors against a peony, peach, pomegranate and floral ground, now fitted for electricity. Height excluding electrical fittings 44.5 cm.

Lot 139

A Chinese Canton "Zun" shape vase, circa 1880, the flaring rim with an internal border with panels of peony and flowers, the exterior decorated with panels of figures, birds and butterflies, all against a tight scrolling green and gilt ground. Height 40 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £260

Lot 140

A carved and stained figure of Guan Yin, standing on a double lotus throne. Height 44.5 cm.

Sold for £28

Lot 141

A pair of Chinese crackleware blue and white vases and covers, late 19th century, decorated with opposing dragons facing a pearl all amongst clouds and with between bronzed borders, pseudo four character Chengua mark.

Lot 142

A Chinese carved Zitan Bitong, 20th century, of square form with re-entrant corners and carved with panels of scholarly figures with attendants playing Go or reading scrolls. Height 17.5 cm, Width 14.2 cm.

Sold for £240

Lot 143

A Chinese Famille Noire porcelain fish bowl, 20th century, the interior decorated with carp amongst reeds, the exterior with a boys procession with kites and lanterns all against a black ground, stamped in red to the underside pseudo Qianlong six character mark, on a Western carved oak stand with carved foliate buttresses on lion paw feet. Jardiniere width 37 cm, height 29.5 cm.

Lot 144

A carved ivory netsuke, early 20th century, modelled as a recumbent deer, unsigned. Length 5 cm.

Sold for £50

Lot 145

A Chinese blue and white prunus pattern ginger jar, 19th century, with four character Kangxi mark. Height 25.5 cm.

Sold for £150

Lot 146

A pair of Chinese blue and white vases and covers, late 19th century, the covers with dog of fo finials, the vases decorated with opposing dragons facing a pearl amongst clouds, with four character Kangxi mark to underside, and a Chinese blue and white prunus pattern sleeve vase, pseudo four character Kangxi marks to the underside. 30.5 cm and 29.5 cm respectively.

Sold for £260

Lot 147

A Chinese Famille Rose bowl, circa 1770, the exterior decorated with numerous figures in landscape panels and with vignettes of flowers and birds, and a small Famille Rose bowl decorated with floral sprays, circa 1780/90. Diameters 28.8 cm and 21.3 respectively.

Sold for £80

Lot 148

A Chinese blue and white export tankard, circa 1780, handpainted with landscape decoration of boats, pagodas and dwellings and with strap style handle. Height 11.5 cm.

Sold for £110

Lot 149

A Chinese interior painted snuff bottle, 20th century, demi-lune form, painted with a market scene to the interior, the reverse with a woodland landscape. 8 cm.

Sold for £30

Lot 150

A Chinese champleve enamel vase and cover, early 20th century, the cover with Shi Shi knop and decorated throughout with lotus flowers and scrolls all within ruyi and pendant borders. Height 26.5 cm.

Sold for £140

Lot 151

A Chinese blue and white European decorated vase, early 18th century, the underglaze blue decoration of buildings and with later Canton style European decoration of scrolls, flowers, butterflies and ruyi, heightened with traces of gilding. Height 16 cm.

Sold for £120

Lot 152

A pair of Japanese Kutani porcelain vases, early 20th century, with lion mask and ring handles and with panels of blossoming flowers heightened with gilding, signed "Kutani Tsukuru". Height 17.5 cm.

Lot 153

A Kutani vase, late 19th century, decorated with three panels of scholars within attendance in typical Kutani colours heightened with gilding and signed to the underside Kutani Zo Wataya Sei. 27.5 cm high, a Kutani vase decorated with a long tailed cockerel amongst blossoming flowers, signed Kutani Watano Sei, 30 cm high and a Kutani vase decorated with peacock and hen amongst blossoming peony and birds, signed Kutani Tsukuru, 32 cm high.

Sold for £190

Lot 154

A pair of Japanese Kutani Scholar vases, circa 1900, each decorated with numerous scholars reading scrolls beneath floral panels and leaf bands, signed "Kutani Tsukuru". Heights 19.3 cm and 20 cm.

Lot 155

A Japanese Ginbari enamel vase, circa 1900, decorated with panels of birds and flowers. Height 16 cm.

Sold for £45

Lot 156

A Japanese bronze model of a crab, Meiji period, signed. Width 6 cm, height 3.5 cm.

Sold for £120

Lot 157

Four Chinese rice bowls covers stands and spoons, 20th century, the bowls and covers decorated with a dragon chasing a flaming pearl and a feng above spuming waves and beneath a key border, the stands decorated with spuming waves, the bowls and covers with four character Qianlong mark, the spoons with full six character Qianlong mark. Bowl diameter 10.5 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £500

Lot 158

A Chinese cloisonne trinket box, early 20th century, rectangular, decorated with flowering branches, the interior with four compartments, width 15.8 cm, and a Chinese cloisonne charger decorated with a dragon and feng above peonies, diameter 25.5 cm.

Sold for £48

Lot 159

Two Chinese Canton miniature teapots, 19th century, one with domed lid and decorated with figures and verso butterflies amongst flowers, the other with a panel of figures and verso a bird alighting a flowering branch, and a Canton cylindrical brush pot. Smallest height 6 cm, tallest 12 cm.

Sold for £160

Lot 160

A Chinese carved wood figure of Shou Lao, early 20th century, holding a Ruyi sceptre and a long gnarled staff, with inset eyes and teeth. Height 21.5 cm.

Sold for £25

Lot 161

A Chinese polished brass censor, early 20th century, with dog of fo finial and pierced tangrams, the body with panels of birds and foliage, the opposing side with a deer and bear, with stylised mask and ring handles, all on three legs, with cast four character Xuande mark, and a Chinese polished brass vase, relief decorated with opposing dragons facing a pearl and with seven character mark to underside. 21.5 cm and 14 cm respectively.

Sold for £45

Lot 162

A set of four Chinese cinnabar lacquer buttons, late 19th century, of slightly domed circular form decorated with blossoming flowers, together with a silver metal mounted cinnabar lacquer buckle, the buttons 3.7 cm diameter.

Sold for £50

Lot 163

A Chinese carved blackwood vase stand, late 19th century, with rouge marble inset top and carved fruiting vine apron supported on dragon mask cabriole legs with relief foliate carved decoration, all united by a cash symbol under tier. Surface diameter 22.5 cm, height 52.5 cm.

Sold for £160

Lot 164

A Chinese Pak Choi vase and cover, 19th century, with knop finial on a globular body decorated with light and dark green leaves and single dragonfly. Height 11 cm.

Sold for £75

Lot 165

A Chinese carved cedarwood card case, circa 1890/1900, decorated with figures and buildings amongst pine trees. 9.5 cm x 5.8 cm.

Sold for £80

Lot 166

A near pair of Japanese bronze vases, Meiji period, each with long cylindrical neck and bulbous body, one neck decorated with a band of spuming waves, the other with a band of spuming waves in between a double series of key bands. Height 23 cm.

Sold for £150

Lot 167

A Japanese bronze sleeve vase, Meiji period, with key moulded band beneath the rim and with applied relief moulded dragon clutching a pearl entwined around the body, nine character mark framed by two dragons. Height 30.4 cm.

Sold for £150

Lot 168

A Chinese Famille Rose figure of a deity, 20th century, standing with his arms raised and wearing long robes, his torso showing. Height 34.5 cm.

Sold for £65

Lot 169

A 19th century Canton porcelain miniature vase, with gilt handles, decorated with panels of figures between butterflies and flowers. Height 13.5 cm.

Sold for £70

Lot 170

A good pair of Japanese porcelain and lacquered vases, late 19th century, each with wide flaring rim above the waisted neck with applied scroll handles and with panels in Hira Maki-e of birds amongst peonies against a red ground and verso with birds amongst bamboo, all between a varied diaper ground with further petal panels of birds on a cage, the interior rim with stylised chidori and on a carved and turned wood stand with lion paw feet, one stand with applied label for "P.O.Risbe *G...". Height 91.5 cm excluding stand, height 106.5 cm including stand (see illustration).

Lot 171

Two Chinese Qing Dynasty finely embroidered panels, 18th/19th century, both dragons in gilt thread amongst clouds and waves, bats and peaches all against a key ground, each beneath a Shou symbol and with central flaming pearl, each in a Chinese pierced and carved hardwood mount decorated with prunus, bamboo leaves and Ruyi head, all on short feet. Overall diameter 32 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £3600

Lot 172

A Japanese polychrome vase, late 19th/early 20th century, of inverted baluster hexagonal form, with panels of peony and chrysanthemums in blue, red and gilt amongst green leaves and gilt branches, each against a green or mustard yellow ground within underglaze blue borders with gilt key decoration. Height 28.5 cm.

Lot 173

A Chinese horseshoe back hardwood chair, 20th century, with pierced carved prunus and vase splats above a solid seat on slender legs united by an X shaped stretcher. 68 cm wide, 81 cm high.

Lot 174

A Chinese Hongmu two tier vase stand, the taller section of square form, the lower section of rectangular form each with a shaped apron upon an archaic style support. 85 cm wide, 97.5 cm high, 30.5 cm deep (see illustration).

Lot 175

A Chinese hardwood Kang table, 19th century, the rectangular top above a relief carved apron of fruiting vines and scrolls all on shaped legs. Width 48.5 cm, height 27 cm, depth 33.5 cm.

Sold for £100

Lot 176

Three Chinese porcelain House Gods, 20th century, Lu, Fu and Shou, each with designated attributes and impressed marks to base. Tallest 27 cm.

Sold for £45

Lot 177

A Chinese porcelain vase, late 20th century, decorated with a fanciful bird on rockwork with peony, red seal type mark Jingdezhen Zhi, a miniature vase and cover decorated with double Shou, bats and peony, a further vase with a screw top with Wan Shou Wu Jiang characters, a turquoise ground vase ginger jar and a Chinese polished hardstone and celadon jardiniere, all late 20th century. Tallest 24 cm, smallest 9.5 cm.

Sold for £40

Lot 178

A Chinese embroidered sleeve panel, early 20th century, decorated with a figure amongst flowering garden with pagoda, glazed and mounted. Item 59 cm x 24 cm.

Sold for £30

Lot 179

A Chinese pottery vase, late 20th century, with printed and handpainted decoration of three horses beneath an orange sun, verso a poem. Height 46.5 cm.

Sold for £20

Lot 180

A pair of Chinese dished saucers, early 20th century, decorated with a central peach framed by six red bats, pomegranates, peach and finger citrus, with double Shou, Tongzhi six character rubber stamped mark. Diameter 17.7 cm.

Sold for £55

Lot 181

A Japanese Fukagawa porcelain vase, late 19th/early 20th century, with short shallow neck leading to a floral shoulder with gilt scrolling flowers heightened in coloured enamels above the main body decorated with peony and chrysanthemums on a gilt trellis all with underglaze blue leaves heightened with gilding, red orchid mark to underside. Height 18 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £160

Lot 182

A Chinese bronze and champleve enamel vase, 20th century, the neck and body with lotus flower decoration against a diaper ground. Height 51.5 cm.

Lot 183

A Chinese Famille Noire ironstone vase, late 19th/early 20th century, the neck with dragon handles and relief moulded decoration of feng on rockwork with birds, butterflies and spotted deer all heightened with gilding, on a circular foot. Height 72 cm.

Lot 184

A pair of Chinese hardstone and composite panels, 20th century, depicting an Emperor and Empress, each modelled in high relief on a throne, on ebonised ground and mounted in a hardwood frame. 102 cm high, 66 cm wide (see illustration).

Lot 185

A Japanese wood block, 20th century, depicting a Bijin holding a fan. 35 cm x 23.5 cm.

Sold for £32

Lot 186

A pair of Japanese Imari vases and covers, late 19th century, the covers with pointed knops above the inverted baluster ribbed vase, decorated with panels of flowering peony above a false gadrooned border. Height 37.5 cm.

Sold for £150

Lot 187

A Japanese lacquer four case inro, late Edo, with Hiramaki-e decoration to either side of cranes in flight above gilt and abalone shell leaves, all against a black lacquer ground, with red coral ojime, unsigned. 8 cm x 5 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £130

Lot 188

A Chinese carved jade brooch, early 20th century, the jade carved as a child carrying a lantern, mounted in silver filigree with applied label verso "silver". Overall 4 cm wide.

Sold for £42

Lot 189

A Chinese pith paper picture of a noble female, seated upon a draped chair her feet resting on a dais, gouache, 19th century. 18.5 cm x 11 cm.

Sold for £22

Lot 190

A Chinese silver and filigree model of a junk, late 19th/early 20th century, the central sail with applied character marks for Zhu Ji, all upon a well carved black wood spuming wave pierced stand. Height 11 cm, width 7.5 cm.

Sold for £95

Lot 191

A Chinese carved hardwood table top dragon lamp, early 20th century, having a honeycomb glass hexagonal shade in the Art Deco style, suspended from a dragons mouth, all upon a circular stand with four scrolling feet. 73 cm high.

Sold for £130

Lot 192

A Japanese Nogawa vase, Meiji period, cast as a section of bamboo with relief decoration, two character mark signature, marked for Nogawa, 24 cm.

Sold for £150

Lot 193

An Ando style Japanese cloisonne vase, 20th century, having plated rims above the tapering body, decorated with a wireless band of flowers and fronds, the underside stamped cloisonne, 18.5 cm high.

Lot 194

A Japanese Imari bowl, late Meiji, of octagonal form decorated with panels of flowers, signed to the underside. 17.5 cm diameter, together with a Sampson of Paris Famille Rose style bottle vase, of square bulbous form, painted in enamels with fanciful birds and flowers. 17.5 cm.

Sold for £38

Lot 195

A Chinese hardwood Kang table, 19th century, the rectangular top above pierced Ruyi head archaic scroll frieze all upon square legs with carved scroll feet. 77 cm wide, 27.5 cm high, 41 cm deep(see illustration).

Sold for £220

Lot 196

A Japanese knife and chopstick set, late 19th century, the chopsticks, knives and scabbard all with silver coloured metal mounts, scabbard with a bamboo quatreform body housing a small metal toothpick with triple gourd terminal, 29 cm overall.

Sold for £130

Lot 197

A Chinese hand painted fan, mid 20th century, the carved bats decorated with a deer amongst blossoming prunus, the other with cranes, the fan decorated with flowers and butterflies with inscriptions to both sides, a fine needlepoint embroidered fan case, decorated with bats and insects housing a plain bamboo fan with red seal mark and a small sandalwood fan.

Sold for £170

Lot 198

A Chinese porcelain miniature "tea dust" vase, 20th century. 7.2 cm high (see illustration).

Sold for £100

Lot 199

A Chinese porcelain miniature blue and white vase, 20th century, decorated with a deer before a pine tree and rockwork and a crane beneath two birds, four character mark "Da Ming Nian Zhi" and a miniature Chinese porcelain globular vase decorated with a copper red dragon chasing a flaming pearl, unmarked. 8.6 cm and 5.2 cm respectively.

Sold for £320

Lot 200

A Chinese double sided jade dragon pendant, mid 20th century, of rectangular form, centred on a dragon framed by clouds. 6 cm x 4.5 cm.