GOSS COLLECTORS’ CLUB AUCTION

 

 

JANUARY 2018

 

 

 

Welcome to the Goss Collectors' Club monthly auction of Goss and other makes of heraldic (or crested) china.

Below are listed the items available in this month's auction. For each lot, descriptions both of the piece and of the arms or decoration it bears (if any) are given, followed by its reserve price. Lots listed in normal (upright) typeface were produced by the Goss factory, though this is not stated explicitly in the individual descriptions unless the item is a late "Goss England" piece. Items produced by other factories are listed in italic type, and in these cases the description begins with the factory name, which is underlined.

Please note that the auctions are only open to members of the Goss Collectors' Club, who are welcome to submit bids for or requests for information about specific pieces in it by email to the club auction secretary. Members and non-members may also purchase unsold items from earlier auctions at the reserve price. Regularly updated lists of the currently available items can be found here.

Non-members may send in postal bids for pieces in these auctions provided their membership application and the appropriate subscription is sent at the same time. Please see the club's home page or contact its website manager for details.

For the full terms and conditions of bidding please see the auction rules.                                                                                                 

Enquiries regarding the Goss Collectors' Club may be submitted to its website manager. 

 

 


 

 

Happy New Year to you.

 

I am able to make a very special P & P offer thanks to the generosity of a loyal auction supporter.  That is, for Club members only, free P & P provided you buy two pieces remaining unsold from previous auctions and furthermore if you bid successfully in the January auction any such success will be included in the offer but you do need to purchase two pieces from the unsold auction lists.  Something to look through on long winter evenings

 

There are, I believe, many interesting pieces in the list below and the special offer, hopefully, makes them even more attractive.  That being so please let me have your bids by noon on Saturday 20th January 2018 TOGETHER WITH your full posting details.  I would suggest that you make enquiry regarding unsold lots as soon as you identify those that are of interest – on the very few occasions I have been able to make a similar offer it was remarkable that there were pieces which were attractive to more than one potential purchaser.

 

Ted

 

 

 

Lot

Model/Shape

Arms/Decoration

Reserve

1.

80mm taper Beaker (Approx. 50% gilding loss)

Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee 1887 (Reg. No. 61464)

15.00

2.

80mm Bagware Cream Jug

Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee 1887 (Reg. No. 61464) (Altogether remarkably crisp bearing in mind how old it is)

25.00

3.

70mm crinkle top Ball Vase

Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee 1887 (Reg. No. 61464) (Very crisp)

25.00

4.

56mm ball Sugar Basin

Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee 1887 (Reg. No. 61464)

22.50

5.

Large Bagware Cup 59mm and 130mm diam. Saucer

Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee 1887 (Reg. No. 61464)/ Crown (Large on both)

18.50

6.

51mm Coffee Can

Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee 1887 (Reg. No. 61464)/ Crown

18.50

7.

89mm Oviform Bagware Vase

Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee 1896-7 (Large RVI)

20.00

8.

71mm taper Mug

Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee 1896-7 (Large RVI)

20.00

9.

85mm ribbed Milk Jug

Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee 1896-7 (Large RVI)

20.00

10.

54mm ball Cream Jug

Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee 1896-7 (RVI)

20.00

11.

Early Seaford Urn

Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee 1896-7 (RVI)

20.00

12.

104mm Jar

Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee 1896-7 (Huge RVI)

25.00

13.

Plymouth Jug

E & A June 1902

15.00

14.

Large early Bass Basket with blue handles (Very slight loss of crispness of the blue)

E & A June 1902 (As big as will fit)

22.50

15.

73mm Bagware Vase

G & M 1911

12.50

16.

45mm Bagware Vase (Blue cord losing crispness)

G & M 1911

5.00

17.

102mm diam. crinkle edged Pin Dish (Rubbed gilding & a couple of nicks from the underside of the rim)

Queen Victoria’s Jubilee 1887 with Garter Star (Reg. No.60448 fills the base)

20.00

18.

80mm diam. Dish with turned under rim

Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee 1887 (Reg. No. 61464)

20.00

19.

Early Seaford Urn

Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee 1887 (Reg No. 61464)

20.00

20.

70mm conical crinkle top Vase with rounded base (Plain rim)

Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee 1887 (Reg No. 61464)

15.00

21.

75mm diam. crinkle edged Pin Dish

Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee 1887 (Reg No. 61464)

17.50

22.

Very early 109mm pear shaped Vase (Significant gilding loss)

Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee 1887 (Reg No. 61464) (Very large on both sides)

35.00

23.

96mm taper Beaker

Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee 1896-7 (Huge RVI)

25.00

24.

59mm ribbed Sugar Basin

Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee 1896-7 (Large RVI)

22.50

25.

83mm diamond mouth Vase

Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee 1896-7 (Large RVI)

20.00

26.

72mm, unnamed, Cambridge Jug

Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee 1896-7 (Large RVI)

25.00

27.

84mm taper Cream Jug

Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee 1896-7 (Large RVI)

20.00

28.

70mm crinkle top taper Vase with flat base

Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee 1896-7 (Large RVI)

20.00

29.

119mm Cone Specimen Vase

G & M 1911

10.00

30.

55mm melon Cream Jug

G & M 1911

10.00

31.

70mm crinkle top Ball Vase

 (Huge) G & M 1911

20.00

32.

54mm melon Sugar Basin

(Huge) G & M 1911

20.00

33.

131mm diam. Pot Pourri Bowl with 15 holes and central ‘star’

Essex/ Clacton-on-Sea/ Queen Anne (All large)

15.00

34.

Bagware Teapot and lid 140mm overall

Lancashire (Large)/ Blackpool (Very large)

15.00

35.

Early Taper Teapot and lid 144m overall

4 early sprays of forget me nots

20.00

36.

Late Cottage Pottery Taper Teapot with acorn? knop, brown trim, which is complete, and multi coloured sprays of crocus on both lid and base.  The base is also inscribed ‘Tak a cup o kindness.’ (There is a small splash of under glaze colour beside the handle which appears to be a little of the brown colouring used to outline the yellow crocus)

 

15.00

37.

62mm diam. x 90mm overall Preserve pot with green trim

4 Cherries hang from a branch with a couple of leaves and a further two cherries hang from a further branch and the knop is another full colour cherry

15.00

38.

78mm diam x 110mm overall Bagware Preserve Pot (There is a 17mm haircrack at the side which is only visible inside)

Very large Arms of the late Lord Crewe … Together with his signature

2.50

39.

Lots 40 & 41 as a pair with the individual lots only being available if there is no bid for this lot

 

7.50

40.

Early 54mm Melon Cream Jug

Three large sprays of early forget me nots

5.00

41.

79mm diam. early Melon Sugar Bowl

Three large sprays of early forget me nots

5.00

42.

51mm early Bagware Cup and Saucer (The cup has a faint 32mm crack inside of the handle)

Early forget me not sprays – three on the cup, five on the Saucer

1.50

43.

Late style 72mm Cup on a pedestal base and ring handle (25mm crack at the side)

Colour transfer of two Welsh ladies taking tea (Top to bottom)

0.50

44.

62mm x 82mm rim diam. Cup only

Large colour transfer of ‘Windsor Castle’ (Regatta)

1.50

45.

66mm Taper Cup only

Large Trusty Servant with brief verse on base

2.50

46.

98mm Taper Beaker

‘C’ in forget me nots (Very pale)

1.00

47.

Fully coloured Welsh Lady Cream Jug

 

5.00

48.

35mm miniature Taper Cup only

Malmesbury

0.50

49.

38mm fairy Mug

Frinton on Sea

3.50

50.

ABERGAVENNY JAR

ABERGAVENNY

50.00

51.

Egyptian Canopic Jar no.1 with Anubis head lid

Stavordale Priory, Wincanton

60.00

52.

Large Bettws-y-Coed Kettle 110mm

Suffolk/ Aldeburgh (Both large)

15.00

53.

Twickenham Pope’s Pipe

Falmouth

20.00

54.

Bartlow Ewer

Essex/ Clacton-on-Sea (Both large)

20.00

55.

84mm taper Vase with rounded base and slightly everted rim

Black transfer of ‘Barron Falls, Cairns.’

50.00

56.

73mm Taper Vase with wide neck and everted rim (Rubbed gilding)

Four Flags of the Allies on a white ribbon

8.00

57.

Dinant Wooden Shoe

Cirencester Abbey third coat

10.00

58.

69mm crinkle top taper Vase with rounded base

Mac Leod of Mac Leod (As big as will fit)

10.00

59.

38mm fairy Mug

Black transfer of ‘St. Joseph’s Chapel Glastonbury’

30.00

60.

Do.

Red transfer of ‘Canterbury Cathedral’ without graveyard

10.00

61.

Do.

Red transfer of ‘Wells Cathedral S.E.’

10.00

62.

Do.

Red transfer of ‘Peterborough Cathedral’ S. E front but not so named

10.00

63.

Foley 70mm Baby’s rocking Cradle

Basically green map of ‘Ludlow’

35.00

64.

Egyptian Water Jar

Peace 1919

8.00

65.

38mm Three Handled Loving Cup

Arms of Scotland/ City of Edinburgh/ University

5.00

66.

Boulogne Milk Can and lid

Borth

10.00

67.

Limpet Shell on three deep red legs

Sussex

5.00

68.

MALTESE TWO WICK LAMP

VALLETTA (MALTA)

5.00

69.

Pale green speckled GUILLEMOT’S EGG, closed

(Large seal of) PWLLHELI

65.00

70.

Penmaenmawr Urn

Trusty Servant – on grass

12.50

71.

Leiston Abbey Pitcher

Trusty Servant – on grass

12.50

72.

108mm crinkle top taper Vase with blue cord around the neck

Large Trusty Servant, on grass, with italic verse on back (The blues of the coat are poor and may even have been repainted)

5.00

73.

80mm Three Handled Loving Cup

Large Trusty Servant, on plinth, verse on base (Coat lacks crispness)/ Verse – ‘Goe not halfe-way ...’/ City of Winchester (Large)

15.00

74.

97mm Taper Cream Jug

Trusty Servant, on grass, with verse on back

15.00

75.

107mm ‘Sugar’ Castor (Small nibble to base edge)

Trusty Servant – on grass

5.00

76.

76mm taper Beaker

Trusty Servant, on grass, with italic verse on back

15.00

77.

78mm Do.

Trusty Servant, on grass, with verse on back

15.00

78.

Large Weymouth Vase 91mm (Plain rim)

Trusty Servant on grass/ Manners Makyth Man (William of Wykeham)

25.00

79.

57mm crinkle top ball Vase

Trusty Servant – on grass

15.00

80.

35mm Three Handled Loving Cup

Arms of St. Cross Hospital/ Badge of Cardinal Beaufort/ Trusty Servant

30.00

81.

Painswick Pot

Ye Trusty Servant Minstead – on grass

30.00

82.

130mm diam. Pot Pourri Bowl with 15 holes

Battersea/ Chelsea/ Camberwell (All large)

22.50

83.

81mm taper Beaker

Large black transfer of ‘Blarney Castle’ (There appears to be some residue of colour in the vegetation)

5.00

84.

Horsham Jug

‘Robin Hood’s Last Shot’ with verse on back

17.50

85.

85mm diam. crinkle edged Pin Dish

Thistle above ‘Ballater’

8.00

86.

Do.

Unnamed transfer of Ongar – fox and prey

10.00

87.

Norwich Urn

Sepia transfer of ‘Summit of Snowdon’

30.00

88.

40mm cylinder Vase on three small feet

Sepia transfer of ‘Warwick Castle’

10.00

89.

Large DARTMOUTH SACK BOTTLE 92mm

DARTMOUTH (Large)

12.00

90.

FELIXSTOWE URN

FELIXSTOWE

12.00

91.

ROCHESTER BELLARMINE JUG

ROCHESTER

10.00

92.

BRIDLINGTON QUART MEASURE

BRIDLINGTON

10.00

93.

PENMAENMAWR URN

PENMAENMAWR

8.00

94.

ROMSEY BUSHEL

ROMSEY 1575

15.00

95.

COLCHESTER OYSTER SHELL

PORT OF COLCHESTER

10.00

96.

ABERDEEN BRONZE POT

ARMS OF ABERDEEN

10.00

97.

Medium ABERDEEN BRONZE POT 88mm

ARMS OF ABERDEEN/ UNIVERSITY (Both as large as will fit)

17.50

98.

QUEEN VICTORIA’S FIRST SHOE – Post 1901 with leaflet in fair condition

SIDMOUTH

20.00

99.

White unglazed HEXHAM ABBEY FRID STOL (Clean and without the firing flaws which can bedevil this model)

HEXHAM

20.00

100.

IPSWICH ROMAN EWER

IPSWICH (Very large)

20.00

101.

BLACKGANG TOWER

BLACKGANG

20.00

102.

LONGSHIPS LIGHTHOUSE

LAND’S END

25.00

103.

EDDYSTONE LIGHTHOUSE

PLYMOUTH

20.00

104.

Do.

DEVONPORT

15.00

105.

TEIGNMOUTH LIGHTHOUSE

TEIGNMOUTH

30.00

106.

Do.

Clacton-on-Sea

20.00

107.

Beachy Head Lighthouse – brown band

Royal Leamington Spa

20.00

108.

Troy House Font Monmouth – white glazed with coloured shields

 

50.00

109.

200mm globular Vase with three knurled handles

County Palatine of Lancaster/ Blackpool/ Duchy of Lancaster (All large)

15.00

110.

127mm Pompeian Centrepiece (A lovely example with strong gilding)

Hampshire/ Gosport/ K. Henry 111.

30.00

111.

Cherbourg Milk Can and lid

Weybridge

8.00

112.

St Albans Cooking Pot

Shoreditch

5.00

113.

Do.

Earl of Orford Lord of the Manor of Weybourne

5.00

114.

Hitchin Posset Cup

Harpenden

3.00

115.

Do.

Duke of Argyll

3.00

116.

Do.

Earl of Shrewsbury and Talbot Alton Towers

3.00

117.

Do.

Duke of Norfolk ... Storrington

3.00

118.

Do.

Camb. University

3.00

119.

Do.

Oxford University

3.00

120.

Do.

Johannesburg

5.00

121.

Do.

Berlin

5.00

122.

Do.

Basel

5.00

123.

Do.

Frankfurt A/M

5.00

124.

Do.

Belgium (Four flags)

5.00

125.

Do.

Natal

5.00

126.

Do.

Western Australia

5.00

127.

Do.

Cape of Good Hope

5.00

128.

Do.

Chile (Slight gilding loss)

3.00

129.

White glazed ST. TUDNO’S FONT

LLANDUDNO

15.00

130.

Lobster Trap

G & M 1911

6.00

131.

Oxford Ewer

H.M. Queen Victoria

5.00

132.

Fraser Cuach

Barnet

5.00

133.

80mm diam. Puff Bowl and lid (Rubbed gilding)

Butterflies – Purple Edged Copper/ Jersey Tiger Moth (Large & if you really want to be picky ever so slight loss of crispness on a bit of one wing)

50.00

134.

Do.

Large black transfer of ‘Dunster’ (Fills the lid side to side featuring the Yarn Market with the castle in the background)

55.00

135.

MELROSE CUP

ARMS OF SIR WALTER SCOTT (Unnamed but the backstamp reads ‘...with the Arms of Sir Walter Scott’ – in my opinion a superb combination)

75.00

136.

SCARBORO KETTLE

SCARBOROUGH

6.50

137.

PLYMOUTH JUG

STONEHOUSE

5.00

138.

Jersey Fish Basket

Douglas

12.50

139.

SCARBOROUGH JUG

SCARBOROUGH

5.00

140.

Medium NORWICH URN 62mm

NORWICH/ PRIORY/ SEE

8.50

141.

MAIDSTONE EWER

MAIDSTONE

8.00

142.

RUFUS STONE

KING WILLIAM RUFUS

10.00

143.

White glazed RICHMOND MARKET CROSS

RICHMOND

60.00

144.

Miniature Teaset comprising 70mm sq. Tray, Cup & Saucer, Sugar Bowl, Milk Jug and Teapot & lid all decorated with Thistles

 

125.00

145.

175mm diam. Teaplate

Eastbourne (Large)

5.00

146.

Laxey Gretch-Veg Urn

Arms of the Penn’s of Stone Park Slough (Outside)

12.50

147.

Lincoln Jack

Knaresborough Abbey

5.00

148.

Ilkley Ewer

Cardinal Wolsey built ...

6.00

149.

Ostend Flemish Bottle

Queen Anne Boleyn (Large)

8.50

150.

Leek Urn

G & M 1911

8.00

151.

40mm Melon Sugar Basin

Bude

5.00

152.

Penmaenmawr Urn (Badly cracked and nasty chip from rim above the decoration)

Colour transfer of ‘Mersea Island’/ (Small badge of) Essex

1.00

153.

Maltese Fire Grate

Kent/ Bromley

7.50

154.

Nautilus Shell on a rocky base, with line of gilding around top edge, on two red ‘coral’ legs 150mm

England/ City of Westminster/ Arms of the Duke of Bedford (All large)

85.00

155.

White unglazed parian bust of ‘W. H. Goss’

 

75.00

156.

Early 81mm Three Handled Loving Cup

Royal Arms of Scotland (As large as will fit but lacks just a touch of crispness)/ Arms of Dundee (Very large)/ Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee 1896-7 (As large as will fit)

15.00

157.

58mm ball Cream Jug (Slight gilding loss)

Silver Wedding of Prince and Princess of Wales Mar. 10. 1888

30.00

158.

59mm crinkle top ball Vase (Not much gilding left)

Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee 1887

10.00

159.

67mm straight sided Mug with square handle (All but plain rim)

‘A present from Lyme Regis’ surrounds an early forget me not spray

10.00

160.

80mm taper Cream Jug

‘Robert Burns’ Grace’

7.50

161.

Rectangular lid with blue forget me nots around the edge

Oystermouth

1.00

162.

85mm diam. Do.

Harpenden

5.00

163.

Late style 78mm tankard Mug (Slightly crazed but nothing to get excited about)

Coronation May 12th 1937 George V1 & Elizabeth/ His monogram

10.00

164.

Aberdeen Bronze Pot

Mother of pearl lustre

10.00

165.

Waterlooville Bottle (The long inscription on the back is somewhat faded)

The Devonshire Regiment

20.00

166.

Kendal Jug

Belfast (The blues of the shield have lost crispness)

1.00

167.

Wareham Bottle

Tain

5.00

168.

Flemish Tobacco Jar

East Dereham

5.00

169.

Salisbury Gill

Margate

5.00

170.

Tintern Water Bottle (Firing damage to one handle)

Woolwich

2.00

171.

Leicester Tyg (All but plain rim)

(Seal of the Isle of Man)/ Douglas/ King William’s College

5.00

172.

Laxey Gretch-Veg Urn

Isle of Man Ancient (LOCAL, outside)

5.00

173.

Ellesmere Canoe

Great Yarmouth

30.00

174.

Swiss Vinegar Bottle

Wandsworth & Putney

5.00

175.

Flemish Tobacco Jar

Arms of Weymouth and Melcombe Regis

4.00

176.

York Urn

Royal Arms of Scotland

5.00

177.

Brixworth Cup

Wordsworth born at ...

5.50

178.

Hornsea Atwick Vase

St Katherine’s Hospital, Ledbury founded ...

6.00

179.

Stockton Salt Pot

Ryde

5.00

180.

Cirencester Vase

King William Rufus

5.00

181.

Swindon Vase

Manchester

5.00

182.

Dartmouth Sack Bottle

City of Exeter

5.00

183.

Dover Mortar

Ullapool

5.00

184.

Gerrans Urn

Arms of Melrose/ Arms at Abbotsford/ Arms of Ias Stuart last ...

6.00

185.

Glastonbury Terracotta Bowl

Marquis of Bath

6.50

186.

Horsham Jug

Sir Francis Drake

6.00

187.

Spanish Alcaraza

Colour transfer of ‘Waterloo Memorial 1815’

20.00

188.

WELSH HAT

PORT TALBOT

15.00

189.

Devon Oak Pitcher

Kingstown

5.00

190.

Bideford Mortar

City of Liverpool

6.00

191.

Southampton Pipkin

Kent

4.00

192.

Looe Ewer

Arms of Weymouth and Melcombe Regis

4.00

193.

Eton Vase

Boston

5.00

194.

Norwegian Bucket

Sevenoaks

6.00

195.

38mm two handled Mug

Surrey/ Cardinal Wolsey built ...

5.00

196.

Do.

Arms of Ireland/ Belfast

5.00

197.

Do.

Torquay/ Torre Abbey

5.00

198.

Do.

Shrewsbury/ School

6.00

199.

Do.

Marlborough/ College

6.00

200.

38mm Three Handled Loving Cup

Kent/ Woolwich/ H.M. Queen Victoria

6.00

201.

Do. (Very small nick from base edge below second crest)

Devon/ Torquay/ H.M. Queen Victoria

2.00

202.

Do.

Kent/ Ramsgate/ King of France

5.00

203.

Do.

Sussex/ Floreat Hova/ H.M. Queen Victoria

5.00

204.

Goss England 71mm diam. crinkle edged Pin Dish

Southsea (Large)

2.50

205.

61mm cylindrical Egg Cup (Very small nick from base edge below crest)

Bournemouth (Very large)

2.00

206.

Westminster Coronation Chair

See of York

15.00

207.

Lewes Itford Urn

Arms of Weymouth and Melcombe Regis (Very large but the blue lacks crispness)

2.50

208.

Lincoln Vase

Arms of the Duke of Bedford

8.50

209.

Glastonbury terracotta Bowl

Ashton-u-L(yne)

5.00

210.

Lid only for a ball shaped Lip Salve Pot

Waterlooville

2.50

211.

Early 70mm taper Mug with angular handle

Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee 1887 (Reg. No. 61464) / Imperial Crown

22.50

212.

Stirling Pint Measure

City of Winchester

5.00

213.

Norwegian Horse Beer Bowl

Manor of New Milton

15.00

214.

Dover Mortar

Westward Ho (sic)

5.00

215.

Large DARTMOUTH SACK BOTTLE 94mm

DARTMOUTH (Large)

10.00

216.

Medium JERSEY MILK CAN and lid 107mm overall

JERSEY

20.00

217.

Maltese Fire Grate

Kent/ Margate

5.00

218.

Large Scarborough Jug 68mm

Stoke Newington (Large)

8.00

219.

86mm column Candlestick

City of Bangor

7.50

220.

114mm club Specimen Vase

Budleigh Salterton

5.00

221.

Irish Noggin

City of Liverpool

5.00

222.

Horseshoe

Sepia transfer of ‘Blackpool’

30.00

223.

95mm taper Beaker (Seems to have been, probably, professionally restored at some time)

Royal Staff College Camberley (Large)

3.50

224.

Southport Vase

Royal Staff College Camberley

10.00

225.

British Tank

Stratford on Avon

40.00

226.

RUFUS STONE

KING WILLIAM RUFUS

10.00

227.

Colchester Famous Vase

Japan

10.00

228.

A PAIR of 122mm column Candlesticks with richly decorated central band (One has lost quite a bit of its gilding off   the sconce the other the sconce is very badly damaged – if you only want the better of the two, with the possibility of a saving of P & P, then please let me know when you bid)

Manchester (Large)

15.00

229.

103mm white unglazed bust of Shakespeare from the Monument on two books

 

20.00

230.

160mm coloured bust of Shakespeare from the Monument (The colours of his clothing, especially the blacks, lack crispness)

 

25.00

231.

129mm bust of ‘Victoria’ wearing a mob cap (Which has been the subject of substantial restoration) inscribed on the back ‘1896-7 memorial of 60th year ...’

 

10.00

232.

Bust of Richard Cobden wearing a two-button waistcoat (There has been repair to the base edge of damage probably occasioned at the same time as he lost his plinth)

 

40.00

233.

Unmarked 190mm bust of Clytie – sunflower model on socle plinth

 

300.00

234.

Colchester Famous Vase

Sepia transfer of ‘Peterborough Cathedral, west front’

55.00

235.

Manx Peel Pot

Douglas (LOCAL)

10.00

236.

A PAIR of LANCASHIRE CLOGS

BOLTON

135.00

237.

(Carlton) ‘Model of Ulphus Horn Original in York Minster’ – without base

City of York

35.00

238.

Mosanic St Mary’s Church, Taunton

 

40.00

239.

Blue Goss large York Ewer 121mm

Very very large St. George/ 2 X Tudor Roses (both designs) all, including trim and backstamp, in blue

85.00

240.

AYLESBURY DUCK

AYLESBURY

150.00

241.

White glazed BEAR AND RAGGED STAFF

WARWICK

275.00

242.

National Highland Cuach

Ostende

4.00

243.

38mm Three Handled Loving Cup

Kent/ Folkestone/ Cinque Port

4.00

244.

National Highland Cuach

Cannes

8.00

245.

48mm Bagware Cup with non-Bagware Saucer (As ever they look fine together and I have seen so very many of these combinations over the last 30+ years that I am, personally, convinced that they were sold as a pair in the first instance)

Port Elizabeth

4.00

246.

Christchurch Urn

The Cambridgeshire Regt. (Banner a little indistinct) South Africa 1900-01

50.00

247.

Worcester Jug

Prince Consorts Own (Banner somewhat indistinct) Rifle Brigade

35.00

248.

52mm Taper Sugar Basin

United South Africa

5.00

249.

56mm Ball Sugar Basin

Durban (Very large)

5.00

250.

Ball Shaped Lip Salve Pot and lid

Oxford University

4.00

251.

Kettering Urn (Some gilding loss)

Bexhill-on-Sea

2.00

252.

49mm Melon Sugar Basin

United South Africa

5.00

253.

Caerleon Lamp

‘Merchants Mark of John Halle’ (Ever so slightly lacks crispness)

5.00

254.

Portland Vase

Dunkerque

5.00

255.

York Ewer

Luzern

5.00

256.

Do.

Ronda

5.00

257.

Hornsea Atwick Vase

Paris

5.00

258.

Kettering Urn

Hobart (Tasmania)

8.00

259.

Felixstowe Ewer

Halifax, Canada

8.00

260.

Horsham Jug

Montreal

5.00

261.

Swiss Milk Bucket

Barbados

8.00

262.

40mm two handled fairy Mug

Somerset County Council/ Ilminster

8.00

263.

LEWES VASE

LEWES

5.00

264.

Stirling Pint Measure

Southwold Ancient/ Second Coat

5.00

265.

Dorothy Vernon’s Porridge Pot

Llandovery College (Large)

20.00

266.

DONCASTER EWER (Slight gilding loss)

DONCASTER

60.00

267.

Penmaenmawr Urn

Manor of Bovey Tracey

8.00

268.

Reading Urn

Man of Ross

5.00

269.

Felixstowe Urn

Suffolk

5.00

270.

Swindon Vase

Keswick

5.00

271.

St Neots Urn

Sutton

5.00

272.

Ramsey Cronk Aust Urn

See of Ripon

6.00

273.

Medium JERSEY MILK CAN and lid 120mm overall

JERSEY (Large)

15.00

274.

Large early Kendal Jug 148mm

Torquay/ Torre Abbey (Both large)

12.50

275.

Minster Ewer

Ambleside

8.00

276.

Oxford Ewer

Duke of Norfolk

5.00

277.

56mm Club Vase

Filey

4.00

278.

Harrogate Ewer

Cambridge

5.00

279.

Plymouth Jug

Penrith

5.00

280.

58mm Cream Jug with large frills

Dundee

5.00

281.

York Ewer

Grange-over-Sands

5.00

282.

Bath Ewer

Arms of Lord Clinton lord of ...

6.00

283.

Melrose Cup

Barmouth

32.50

284.

MALTESE FIRE GRATE

MALTA/ VALLETTA (MALTA)

8.00

285.

Kendal Jug

Margate

4.00

286.

Do.

St. Bartholomew’s Hospital

25.00

287.

137mm parian bust of Sir Walter Scott wearing tartan plaid

 

15.00

288.

Lichfield Jug

St Annes-on-the Sea 1894

5.00

289.

Canterbury Leather Bottell (Rubbed gilding what little there ever was)

Clovelly

4.00

290.

Aberdeen Bronze Pot

Birmingham

5.00

291.

Looe Ewer

British Columbia

10.00

292.

Caerleon Lamp

Windermere

5.00

293.

Scarborough Jug

Lytham

5.00

294.

Hastings Kettle

Whitby Abbey

5.00

295.

71mm high lipped Ewer

Queensbury

5.00

296.

Hitchin Posset Cup

Le Strange of Hunstanton

5.50

297.

Glastonbury Vase

Mayor of Northampton’s official seal temp. Edward 1

8.00

298.

Plymouth Jug

Robert Dudley Earl of Leicester

17.50

299.

Chester Vase

Earl Spencer

15.00

300.

Penmaenmawr Urn

Arms of the Hungerfords (Barons of Hungerford)

10.00

301.

Staffs two handled Tyg

Sutton

5.00

302.

Colchester Famous Vase

Courtenay

12.50

303.

Do.

Earl of Ilchester seat: - Abbotsbury Castle

5.00

304.

Windsor Urn

Arms of Lord Muncaster

8.00

305.

Sunderland Bottle

Arms of the Burnetts of Leys, Bart’s

25.00

306.

Exeter Vase

Bear & Ragged Staff RL

5.00

308.

SHREWSBURY ROMANO-SALOPIAN EWER

SHREWSBURY

5.00

309.

Penmaenmawr Urn

Earl of Leicester

10.00

310.

Chester Vase

Arms of Lord Portsmouth seat: - Hurstbourne Park Whitchurch

22.50

311.

Walmer Vase

Castle-Douglas

5.00

312.

Ostend Vase

Lord Denman seat: - Stoney Middleton

20.00

313.

Painswick Pot

Earl of Mount-Edgcumbe Manor of Bere Alston

22.50

314.

Scarborough Jug

Henry of Navarre King of France

4.00

315.

Wareham Bottle

Stanley, King of Man

5.00

316.

Castletown Urn

Dorothy Vernon 77966

5.00

317.

Glastonbury Vase

Amy Robsart

8.00

318.

45mm crinkle top ball Vase

Banner of King Alfred

12.50

319.

Bath Ewer

Archbishop Whitgift

15.00

320.

Sunderland Bottle (Gilding loss)

Ancient Manor of Cottenham Park London S.W.

10.00

321.

Hastings Kettle

H.R.H the Prince of Wales K.G. Baron Killarney

10.00

322.

Glazed ‘A Window in Thrums’ (A lovely example)

 

100.00

338.

84mm diam. crinkle edged Pin Dish

Sepia transfer of ‘Butter Cross, Witney, Oxon.’

20.00

339.

Early 86mm diam. crinkle edged Pin Dish

A large early colour transfer of ‘Broadwater Church, Worthing’ fills the base but there are a couple of small areas which appear to have the residue of self-adhesive tape but I have been unable to remove them

20.00

340.

38mm Sugar Basin with minimal frills

Helensburgh

4.00

341.

YORK EWER (Small firing split in base edge)

CITY OF YORK

2.00

342.

Salt and Pepper pots 89mm overall both with metal tops which are so loose fitting as to render them unusable (One of them has been substantially rebuilt under the metal top) (Whilst they are both bearing the Goss backstamp I am, personally, convinced that they are forgeries)

Ripon (on both)

5.00

343.

72mm seated Female Figure with some colouring. (Although marked Goss this is undoubtedly a forgery having, probably, German origin)

 

5.00

344.

Largest HOLY WATER STOUP 267mm

‘IHS’

80.00

345.

Early 68mm crinkle top Ball Vase (Very little gilding remains)

Arms of late Lord Crewe, Bishop ... (Very very large)

5.00

346.

41mm squat Vase (Crack above last word)

‘A Present From Grange’ in deep blue gothic script

2.00

347.

73mm early Acanthus Cream Jug with blue handle (Plain rim)

‘A Present From Ross’ in blue gothic script

17.50

348.

Horseshoe & verse

Sepia transfer of ‘Blackpool’

20.00

349.

Do.

Black transfer of ‘Devil’s Bridge Aberystwyth’

30.00

350.

Horseshoe with verse on back

Large colour transfer of ‘Alton Towers’

45.00

351.

70mm sq. richly gilded and tasselled Pin Tray (This seems to be a relatively early piece and it has lost some gilding)

Black transfer of ‘Knighton’ fills the base

30.00

352.

Painswick Pot (Rubbed gilding and an obvious crack below the transfer which extends into the base)

Sepia transfer of ‘Bolton Abbey, west front’

1.00

353.

Colchester Famous Vase

Sepia transfer of ‘Crystal Palace’ (One tower)

25.00

354.

Ostend Vase

Sepia transfer of ‘Arundel Castle’

10.00

355.

Penmaenmawr Urn

Black transfer of ‘The Gardens and Pier, Weston-super-Mare’

25.00

356.

113mm diam. Jam/Nut Dish (Haircrack from bottom left of the transfer to the rim)

Red transfer of ‘Southwell Minster, from N.W.’

10.00

357.

61mm straight sided Cup only

large sepia transfer of ‘The Great Globe, Swanage’

5.00

358.

75mm footed taper Cup only (20mm crack from rim at the side)

Sepia transfer of ‘Westbury White Horse. Memorial ...’

2.00

359.

59mm Coffee Can with square handle (Crack top to bottom beside the transfer)

Large black transfer of ‘Criccieth’

2.50

360.

58mm footed taper Cup only (Precious little gilding and the glaze is discoloured, badly towards the handle)

Black transfer of ‘Church of St, Cross, Winchester’

0.50

361.

Glastonbury Bronze Bowl

Frome

5.50

362.

Bournemouth Pilgrim Bottle (Some firing dust)

City of Winchester (Large)

5.00

363.

Littlehampton Ewer

Bognor

5.00

364.

Lobster Trap

Land’s End (They most certainly catch lobster round here)

7.50

365.

Chesterfield Mug

Birchington

15.00

366.

Undecorated QUEEN VICTORIA’S FIRST SHOE – pre- death

 

30.00

367.

Large Queen Phillipa’s record Chest 88mm long (both handles obviously replaced)

Arms of Pontefract

2.00

368.

Ann Hathaway’s Cottage

 

10.00

369.

50mm Shakespeare’s House

 

5.00

370.

Goss England 84mm long ‘WINDSOR CASTLE’

WINDSOR

45.00

371.

SOUTHAMPTON BARGATE

HAMPSHIRE/ SOUTHAMPTON

75.00

372.

White glazed RICHMOND MARKET CROSS

RICHMOND

60.00

373.

Large IRISH BRONZE POT 75mm

NEWRY (large)

10.00

374.

Shrewsbury Uriconium Ewer

Shropshire (Large)

20.00

375.

WELSH JACK and lid

NEWQUAY CO. CARDIGAN (Large)

37.50

376.

IRISH MATHER

DUBLIN

5.00

377.

IPSWICH EWER

IPSWICH

5.00

378.

ROCHESTER BELLARMINE JUG

ROCHESTER

5.00

379.

SCARBOROUGH JUG

SCARBOROUGH

5.00

380.

WORCESTER JUG

CITY OF WORCESTER

5.00

381.

HAMWORTHY LAMP

POOLE

5.00

382.

GLASTONBURY EWER

ARMS OF GLASTONBURY

5.00

383.

Meir Arms 212 112mm long open Tourer (Virtually no gilding)

Birmingham

15.00

384.

Waterfall 168mm (Hull) ‘Fishermen’s Memorial’ with extensive inscription on the back

Hull

17.50

385.

Willow Art ‘Model of De La Pole Statue’ (No inscriptions)

Bradford

17.50

386.

Grafton 131mm statue of ‘St. Thomas A’ Becket dec 29th 1170’ (Top of his crozier lost)

Arms of St Thomas A’ Becket ... (On the back)

45.00

387.

Grafton 341 Standing Bulldog

Chesterfield

10.00

388.

Unmarked 92mm Dog with toothache and bandaged head

Matlock Bath

20.00

389.

Arcadian Seated Scottie wearing a blue tam o’Shanter with red bobble 73mm

Torquay

 12.50

390.

(Arcadian 13) 59mm long crouching Rabbit

Borough of R(e)ading

5.00

391.

Arcadian 61mm long Hatching Chick

Wangford

5.00

392.

(Foreign) Rabbit on sledge (Firing dust and flakes from the back of his right ear)

Herne Bay

5.00

393.

British manufacture 98mm Cheshire? Cat

Colour transfer of ‘Norwich Cathedral’

10.00

394.

Arcadian 54mm Black Cat on an armchair

City of London

27.50

395.

Arcadian Welsh Goat (Ears bent over to his shoulders) ‘Yr Afr Cymreig’

Llandudno

40.00

396.

Florentine Legs of Man inside a lifebelt

Seahouses

10.00

397.

Unmarked 71mm Letterbox

City of Manchester

5.00

 

The following Mosanic buildings are in remarkable condition, for the factory, and when not perfect the damage is, in my belief, truly insignificant.

 

 

398.

Mosanic ‘Fair Maid’s House, Perth’ (Enclosed stairway)

 

40.00

399.

Mosanic ‘Ye olde Town House of ye Abbots of Buckfast Ye Close Exeter’

 

40.00

400.

Mosanic 85mm Upleatham Church with dark red roof

 

35.00

401.

Mosanic ‘Royal Pump House old sulphur well’ (Harrogate)

 

25.00

402.

Mosanic ‘Shakespeare’s House Stratford on Avon’ (A lot less frequently seen than you would expect)

 

30.00

403.

Wilton Kitchen Range with clock, black teapot and brown kettle ‘Loves old Sweet song’

Newent

17.50

404.

Sylvan similar to 403 with the addition of a pale green edging to the mantlepiece ‘East or West Home is Best Home Sweet Home’

Bath

17.50

405.

Germany 5188 Bathtub

Herne Bay

2.50

406.

Unmarked 84mm long Grand Piano – lid closed

Leicester

7.50

407.

Unmarked 62mm upright Piano

Scarborough

5.00

408.

Arcadian 62mm upright Piano

St. Neots

15.00

409.

(Corona?) 62mm upright Piano with some black keys

York

15.00

410.

Willow ‘One Special Scotch.’ (No cork)

North Berwick

5.00

411.

Carlton 93mm beer bottle with a ‘Bass …’ label (No cork)

Burton-on-Trent

10.00

412.

Arcadian ‘Soda Water Syphon’

Cheltenham

10.00

413.

Arcadian Foaming Tankard ‘The more we are together the merrier we’ll be’

Christchurch

7.50

414.

W 73mm Carboy

Brixton

5.00

415.

Carlton Treadle Sewing Machine

Chepstow

15.00

416.

Arcadian Dressing table mirror

Lynmouth

10.00

417.

Carlton Mother of pearl lustre Gramophone with partially open lid ‘Music hath charms’ and black record

Colour transfer of ‘Sea Front Dover’

50.00

418.

Arcadian Davy Lamp ‘1836’

Thorne

12.50

419.

Victoria 72mm Stove with match striker top

Lytham

10.00

420.

Unmarked Cavalier teapot with the head as the lid (At the side of the hat is a small firing split

Arms of Wales

6.50

421.

Willow Art Upright Barrel with original? cork half way up the back

Lucky Black cat seated with large red bow ‘Good Luck from Llandudno’

7.50

422.

Carlton Mother of pearl lustre horizontal barrel with a stand at each end

Floreat Swansea

7.50

423.

Unmarked but with agent’s backstamp 83mm, complete, brown Cheddar Cheese

Cheddar

5.00

424.

Foley 53 75mm long partially open Valise

Large black transfer of ‘Lincoln Cathedral’

8.50

425.

Podmore 63mm Sack of black Coal (A little nibbling around the base hole edge) ‘If you can’t afford a truck …’ (Originally? cost 1/9)

Isle of Wight

2.50

426.

Grafton 396 Slim long case Clock

Southsea

8.50

427.

Carlton ‘Time Glass’

Llanbedrog

12.50

428.

Willow Art 335 Sundial on 3 step circular base ‘I mark not the hours …’

Buxton

7.50

429.

Arcadian 114mm Sundial with black trim on square base

Coloured tropical bird/ ‘A gift from Wallasey’

7.50

430.

Arcadian Dog Kennel

Blaenau Festiniog

5.00

431.

Carlton Prince of Wales Feathers on a stand 95mm overall

Paignton

10.00

432.

Florentine Child sat on a plinth with finger in its mouth 110mm overall

Floreat Etona

10.00

433.

Gemma 98mm long Garden Wheelbarrow

Robin Hoods Bay

5.00

434.

Gemma 68mm Watering Can with richly gilded fancy handle

Ilkeston

5.00

435.

Duchess 78mm Watering Can

Bispham

5.00

436.

Gemma 88mm oval Pillar-box (Virtually no gilding remains)

Fleetwood

2.50

437.

Arcadian 82mm Bathing Machine ‘Morning Dip 7A.M.’ ‘32’

Abersoch Badge of Prince Owen of Gwynedd’

15.00

438.

Grafton 401 Houseboat

Poole

10.00

439.

BRIXWORTH CUP

NORTHAMPTON

5.00

440.

BOURNEMOTH PINE CONE

BOURNEMOUTH

6.00

441.

Caerleon Lamp

Newport 77966

4.00

442.

Goss England 87mm ‘MODEL OF THE CENOTAPH WHITEHALL LONDON’ with green wreath on top

CITY OF LONDON

15.00

443.

HASTINGS KETTLE

HASTINGS

3.00

444.

DORCHESTER JUG

DORCHESTER

3.00

445.

DOVER MORTAR

TOWN OF DOVER

3.00

446.

Large IRISH BRONZE POT 73mm

CORK (Very large)

5.00

447.

LULOW SACK BOTTLE

LUDLOW (Very large)

8.50

448.

QUEEN VICTORIA’S FIRST SHOE – post 1901

SIDMOUTH

10.00

449.

SCARBOROUGH JUG

SCARBOROUGH

3.00

450.

WELSH CORACLE

ARMS OF WALES

15.00

451.

52mm Welsh Crochon

Penmaenmawr

7.50

452.

140mm sq. Teapot stand (50mm length of gilding missing)

East Anglia/ Suffolk/ Lowestoft/ Verse – ‘Curved is the line ...’ (The blues just lack crispness)

5.00

453.

Goss England 112mm taper beaker

Very large late colour transfer of ‘The Crescent, Buxton’

5.00

454.

60mm wall Pocket

Trinity (Camb. Coll.)

7.00

455.

Lancashire Clog

Eastwood

20.00

456.

Large JERSEY FISH BASKET 59mm

JERSEY (Large – banner on the base)

12.50

457.

RUFUS STONE

KING WILLIAM RUFUS

7.50

458.

Early 71mm Urn (Rubbed gilding)

Brazenose (Large Oxford Coll.)

3.00

459.

70mm straight sided Mug with square handle with Whitstable Coronation decorations

 

30.00

460.

‘Hair tidy’ and lid the inscription on which is badly faded but it is still blue not ochre

Very large colour transfer of ‘All Saints (sic) Church, Maidstone’

20.00

462.

BATH BRONZE EWER

BATH/ ABBEY (Both large)

30.00

463.

Early BATH URN (slight gilding loss)

BATH (Large)

25.00

464.

BEACHY HEAD LIGHTHOUSE – brown band

EASTBOURNE

40.00

465.

BOURNEMOUTH EGYPTIAN LAMP

BOURNEMOUTH

27.50

466.

BLACKGANG TOWER

BLACKGANG

28.50

467.

CHICHESTER URN

CHICHESTER (Large)

20.00

468.

HADDON HALL FONT (A trifle of gilding loss)

BAKEWELL (Very large)

60.00

469.

SALISBURY JACK

CITY OF SALISBURY

5.00

470.

SHETLAND PONY

LERWICK SHETLAND ISLES

150.00

471.

WATERLOOVILLE BOTTLE

WATERLOOVILLE

20.00

472.

WELSH JACK and lid

ARMS OF WALES (As big as will fit)

35.00

473.

WELSH MILK CAN and lid

ARMS OF WALES

15.00

474.

Miniature WINCHESTER JACK 31mm

Full colour TRUSTY SERVANT

15.00

475.

YORK URN

CITY OF YORK

5.00

476.

Savoy 230 Gargoyle in the form of a Devil’s Head

Colour transfer of ‘The Scold’s Bridle’

20.00

477.

Patriotic 66mm slightly waisted cream Jug

Four flags of the Allies with the Russian eagle above, ‘Flags of the Allies’ above ‘United we conquer 1914’ below and on the back ‘Be Briton still ....’

20.00

478.

Savoy 973? 110mm long Ambulance with three red crosses in grey circles (Firing crease from base hole to the inside edge of one wheel)

Guildford

37.50

479.

Savoy 550 Hindu God 90mm (Beads uncoloured)

Brighton

5.00

480.

Savoy (Late mark) Seated Dog wearing Top Hat on top of which is an, uncoloured, Shamrock 90mm

Torquay

15.00

481.

Savoy 571 60mm long Seal

City of Peterborough

5.00

482.

Savoy (322) 75mm Penguin

Epsom

10.00

483.

Savoy 75mm fully coloured Toby Jug (Yellow hat, blue coat, green waistcoat & red striped knickerbockers)

 

30.00

484.

Savoy 293 ‘A Cornish pasty’

Ostende

7.50

485.

Savoy 597 140mm long ‘Model of British Tank as first used ...’ ‘H.M.S. Donner Blitzen 515’ with inset wheels, long guns those facing forward are against the side those facing back stand proud (Good gilding)

Hastings

50.00

486.

Savoy      ‘Model of Mills Bomb’

Hastings

20.00

487.

White glazed BROADWAY TOWER

BROADWAY

150.00

488.

CARMARTHEN CORACLE (Named on the seat)

CARMARTHEN (Large)

70.00

489.

Large GLASTONBURY BRONZE BOWL – without ball feet 78mm

BOROUGH OF GLASTONBURY/ ABBEY/ KING ARTHUR buried …

40.00

490.

Large LINCOLN JACK 147mm

CITY OF LINCOLN/ G & M 1911 (Both large)

30.00

491.

NORWEGIAN DRAGON BEER BOWL

BERGEN

30.00

492.

WHITSTABLE PATERA

THE SEAL OF THE CORPORATION OF DREDGERS OF WHITSTABLE 1793

30.00

493.

Large SAFFRON WALDEN URN and lid 123mm overall

SAFFRON WALDEN (Very large)

45.00

494.

SAFFRON WALDEN URN and lid

SAFFRON WALDEN

37.50

495.

Do.

Cairo (Red ground with three white crescent moons each with a single white star) (an interesting combination)

12.50

496.

Early ELIZABETHAN JUG

KENT/ HERNE BAY (Both large)/ ARMS OF QUEEN ELIZABETH (Huge)

32.50

498.

SARK MILK CAN and lid

SERCQ

22.50

499.

EGYPTIAN PORCELAIN EWER No. 11         

CAIRO (Red ground with three white crescent moons each with a single white star)

125.00

500.

TRESVANNACK URN

LORD ST. LEVEN seat – St. Michael’s Mount

30.00

501.

Boulogne Milk Can and lid

Royal Navy

95.00

502.

CARDINAL BEAUFORTS CANDLESTICK

CITY OF WINCHESTER (Large)/ HENRY CARDINAL BEAUFORT from the tomb in Winchester Cathedral

525.00

503.

FIMBER ANCIENT URN

INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE OF GOSS COLLECTORS

225.00

504.

Arcadian Newhaven Mercantile Marine War Memorial with inscription on the back

Newhaven Sussex

185.00

505.

Unmarked Llandudno War Memorial (The gilding of the grenade is slightly rubbed)

Llandudno

100.00