GOSS COLLECTORS’ CLUB AUCTION

                                                                                        

 

JANUARY 2019

 

 

 

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.

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Season’s Greetings one and all

 

There will be a very long gap between the December auction and the January auction.  Those of you with t‘internet access can readily find lists of those pieces unsold from previous auctions which might well fill in a dank, dull winter evening.  Those of you without such modern aides if you care to let me know what you might be interested in then I will do the searching for you.

 

I am delighted to say ‘new’ stock is still being received although the choicer pieces which I and potential bidders crave are still few and far between, albeit there are some below.

 

Please may I have your bids by noon on Saturday 19th January and if you are bidding electronically by midnight on the 18th please.

 

Ted

 

 

 

Lot

Model/Shape

Arms/Decoration

Reserve

1.

English manufacture 84mm ‘The Cheshire Cat always smiling’

Chester

2.50

2.

Willow Art Cat emerging from the laces of a boot which seems to be a posy holder (No gilding to the face and bow uncoloured)

Llangollen

2.50

3.

P 73mm seated Cat, no colouring or gilding

Berwick on Tweed

2.50

4.

Willow 67mm seated cat with red collar and bow

Cheddar (Somewhat rubbed)

2.00

5.

Swan Boot with cat climbing in at the heel and mouse escaping from a hole in the toe

Ventnor

10.00

6.

Mermaid 92mm long ‘Manx Cat’

City of Peel

6.50

7.

Savoy 123 & 217 106mm long necked Cat

Aberystwyth

5.00

8.

Arcadian 115mm long necked Cat with some facial colouring ‘My word if you’re not off’

Chester

5.00

9.

German 3922 Crouching, higher at back, white glazed Cheshire? Cat

Hornsea

2.50

10.

Wilton Cat on pouffe candlesnuffer? ’Luck’ 62mm overall

Bridgnorth

5.00

11.

Warwick 134mm long ‘Polar Bear’

West Hartlepool

15.00

12.

Unmarked 68mm long Seal, flippers with body

Penrith

2.50

13.

Unmarked 75mm seated Teddy Bear

Hampstead

5.00

14.

Unmarked 77mm seated Teddy Bear (Different mould from lot 13 and with no gilding)

Newhaven

4.00

15.

Willow Art 112 77mm seated Teddy Bear

Clacton-on-Sea

5.00

16.

Arcadian 68mm seated Teddy Bear

Newbiggin by the Sea

5.00

17.

Willow Art 78 (336) 67mm Elephant Jug or Spill holder

Keighley

2.50

18.

Unmarked 94mm long three wise? Monkeys sat on the back of a horseshoe Ashtray (Some crazing)

City of Salisbury

1.00

19.

Kingsway Art 1012 Three wise Monkeys with usual inscription in front of them on the back of a diamond shaped Ashtray inscribed ‘Ash Tray’ at the front 122mm long

Shrewsbury

5.00

20.

Grafton 328 84mm long Snail

City of Hereford AD1645

4.50

21.

Arcadian 89mm long Crab Ashtray

Douglas

2.50

22.

Grafton 287 98mm long Calf with cartoon on the back

Watford

10.00

23.

Unmarked (Carlton?) 110mm standing Stork

Colour transfer of ‘Round Tower, Edge Hill’

5.00

24.

Swan 93mm Canary

Marquis of Huntly Aboyne

2.50

25.

Victoria 93mm Parrot with detailed feathering

Southport

2.50

26.

Arcadian 55mm seated Bulldog

Llangollen

2.50

27.

British manufacture Standing Bulldog 105mm long (Gilded mouth)

Colour transfer of ‘Rough Sea, Blackpool’

6.50

28.

Do. (Red mouth)

Colour transfer of ‘Norwich Cathedral’

6.50

29.

Arcadian 300 Sitting model of Bill Sykes’ Dog ‘My word if you’re not off’

Thurso

10.00

30.

Rita 120mm long standing Bulldog

The Ancient Port of Minehead

2.50

31.

Carlton 119mm standing Bulldog ‘Slow to Start but What a Hold’

Doncaster

10.00

32.

As lot 31 but very slight differences in the mould – also inscribed

Worksop

10.00

33.

Arcadian (301) 128mm long standing Bulldog

Paignton.

5.00

34.

Arcadian 65mm seated Puppy with one ear raised

Criccieth

2.50

35.

Grafton 432 Standing Scottie (Small flake from one ear)

Potters Bar

1.00

36.

Carlton Standing Scottie ‘As old Mrs Terrier said ...’

Barrow- in- Furness

5.00

37.

Victoria Two King Charles Spaniels in a top hat

Swansea

2.50

38.

(Foreign) 48 91mm long mother of pearl lustre oval Ashtray with goggle eyed Puppy on the back with blue ears (one a little rubbed) looking at a small red lobster ‘Lucky white heather from Barry Island’

 

2.50

39.

Germany 5182 Bellows Camera

Scarborough

5.00

40.

(Willow Art) 59mm Ring Case with uncoloured wedding ring inside

Blackpool

5.00

41.

Shelley 342 Cycle Lamp (Strong gilding)

(Seal of) Hoylake and West Kirby

25.00

42.

(Gemma) 45mm Cash Register

Colour transfer of Dog ‘Sir Edwin Landseer’

7.50

43.

(Gemma) 45mm ‘Cash Register’

Blackpool

2.50

44.

Arcadian 60mm Shaving Mug with tropical birds ‘A gift from Wombwell’

 

2.50

45.

Willow Art (104) ‘One Special Scotch’ (Rim all but plain)

Toronto. Ont

2.50

46.

Willow Art Standing Baby ‘Cheerio’

Girvan

5.00

47.

(Kingsway?) 115mm long Lifeboat with blue line and yellow ropes

Chichester

5.00

48.

Arcadian Fully coloured 70mm long ‘Burns’ Cottage Ayr’

 

5.00

49.

Carlton Mother of pearl lustre Ashtray with big wheel and Blackpool Tower on the back ‘Good Old Blackpool’

Blackpool

7.50

50.

Foley 58mm Taper Cup with square handle and saucer

Black transfer of ‘Shrewsbury Castle’ on the Cup and ‘Shrewsbury Market Square’ on the saucer (Both as big as will fit)

5.00

51.

Unmarked 58mm footed taper Cup with ring handle and saucer

Black transfers of ‘The Quarry Shrewsbury’ named on Cup base and ‘A present from Shrewsbury’ ‘The Quarry’ on the saucer (Both large – different views)

5.00

52.

Shelley 92mm horizontally ribbed in pale pink at top and bottom shading into cream in the middle

Large black transfer of ‘South Beach, Fremantle’

5.00

53.

Clifton 58mm Vase with narrow neck

Helmsley Feversham Arms (I have stayed there!)

2.50

54.

Corona 50mm Jug

Hartley Witney (Seemingly the personal arms of Anstruther Gough Calthorpe)

2.50

55.

Shelley 206 Cyprian Vase

Hednesford

2.50

56.

Unmarked Miniature, 35mm, Welsh Hat

Llangollen

2.50

57.

Arcadian 60mm diam. Welsh Hat with longest place name

Llandudno (Picture crest of St Tudno’s Church)

3.00

58.

Arcadian 78mm diam. Do. and blue bow

Glyndyfrdwy (Picture crest of the church)

3.00

59.

As lot 58

Llanfyllin (Church above Red Dragon)

3.00

60.

Caledonia 78 Welsh Hat

Mold

2.50

61.

Shelley 154 Uncoloured Welsh Hat

Colour transfer of ‘A Welsh Woman’

5.00

62.

Shelley 154 Black Welsh Hat with deep orange hatband

Snowdon

5.00

63.

Wilton 69mm Welsh Hat

Llandudno (Picture crest of St Tudno’s Church from a distance)

3.00

64.

Grafton 183 Welsh Hat with longest place name & blue line and bow

Aberystwyth (Start of banner rubbed) (Picture crest of the castle gateway)

2.00

65.

Victoria China Welsh Hat in yellow blush with green line around the rim and green fringes to the tassels of the uncoloured cord

Colour transfer of two Welsh Ladies in costume (Named on the base as ‘Welsh Costumes’)

3.50

66.

37mm Three Handled Loving Cup

Crest of Scotland/ Badge of/ Dunfermline

8.00

67.

Large Worcester Jug 99mm

As Trew steel as Ripon Rowels/ Full colour Ripon Hornblower with full inscription

15.00

68.

95mm taper Beaker (Very slight gilding loss)

As Trew steel as Ripon Rowels with inscription

18.00

69.

Cylindrical Lip Salve Pot and lid

‘Robin Hood’s Last Shot’

7.50

70.

56mm Club Vase

Franco-British Exhibition 1908

8.00

71.

Tewkesbury Urn

Crystal Palace opened 1854

8.00

72.

98mm taper Beaker (Rich gilding)

Large heather spray above ‘from Lands End’

10.00

73.

68mm diam. crinkle edged Pin Dish

‘The green immortal shamrock from Erin’s Isle’ around a spray of Shamrocks (All green)

12.50

74.

Oxford Ewer

3 sprays of Shamrocks

6.50

75.

27mm shallow Sugar Basin with minimal frills

4 sprays of Shamrocks

5.00

76.

40mm cylinder Vase on three small feet

‘Manx Cat’

10.00

77.

Miniature Taper Cup only

‘Manx Cat’

2.50

78.

37mm fairy Mug

‘Manx Rooster’

10.00

79.

38mm fairy Beaker

‘Robin Hood’s Last Shot’/ Verse

10.00

80.

Do.

‘Edinburgh’ below thistle spray

5.00

81.

40mm cylinder Vase on three small feet

‘Brodick’ below thistle spray

5.00

82.

36mm Fairy Mug

‘Portree’ below thistle spray

5.00

83.

Do.

‘Callander’ below thistle spray

5.00

84.

27mm shallow Sugar Basin with minimal frills

4 sprays of thistles

6.00

85.

Eton Vase

‘Whiting Bay (Arran)’ below thistle spray

6.50

86.

80mm taper cream Jug (Plain rim)

‘A present from Edinburgh’ surrounds a thistle spray

4.00

87.

Ball shaped Lip Salve Pot and lid

‘Gourock’ below thistle spray

6.50

88.

56mm club Vase

Thistle spray

5.00

89.

56mm cone Vase

Forget me not spray

5.00

90.

39mm squat Vase (Plain rim)

3 sprays of forget me nots

7.50

91.

Miniature taper Cup & Saucer

Forget me not spray on both

7.50

92.

Early 86mm ribbed Milk Jug (Plain rim)

‘A present from Rugby’ surrounds a spray of forget me nots

9.00

93.

As lot 92

‘A present from Grange’ surrounds a spray of forget me nots

9.50

94.

Early 87mm melon Cream Jug (Plain rim)

‘A present from Torquay’ surrounds a spray of forget me nots

9.50

95.

As lot 94

‘A present from Seascale’ surrounds a spray of forget me nots

9.50

96.

58mm Coffee Can with square handle (Plain rim)

‘Ilkley’ below a spray of forget me nots

7.50

97.

72mm taper Vase with wide neck and everted rim

Full ‘Edward the Peacemaker’ decorations

30.00

98.

170mm Art Nouveau Vase (Very slight gilding loss)

Badge of Cardinal Beaufort/ ‘King Arthur’ (Colour depiction from the round table)

40.00

99.

Early 68mm Violet Vase

Danish Armour – Crossed battle-axes/ Shield with hand weapons

80.00

100.

102mm diam. Jug Stand

Barmouth (large)

2.50

101.

FOLKESTONE EWER

FOLKESTONE (Large)

6.50

102.

Large MAIDSTONE EWER 129mm

KENT/ MAIDSTONE (Both very large)

9.50

103.

MANX PEEL POT

STANLEY, KING OF MAN

10.00

104.

NEWBURY LEATHER BOTTLE

BURGUS NEWBERIE

4.00

105.

PENMAENMAWR URN

PENMAENMAWR

5.00

106.

56mm SHAKESPEARE’S JUG

STRATFORD ON AVON

5.00

107.

SHREWSBURY ROMANO-SALOPIAN EWER

SHREWSBURY

5.00

108.

WINDSOR URN

WINDSOR

3.50

109.

Charles Dickens’ House with porch windows and blue windows

 

80.00

110.

Glazed Ann Hathaway’s Cottage

 

10.00

111.

Half-length Shakespeare’s House with open door and blue windows (A superb example)

 

40.00

112.

Prince Llewelyn’s House with blue windows

 

75.00

113.

BOURNEMOUTH BRONZE URN

BOURNEMOUTH (Large with supporters)

10.00

114.

BOURNEMOUTH BRONZE MACE HEAD

BOURNEMOUTH

12.50

115.

COLCHESTER CLOACA VASE

COLCHESTER ABBEY

7.50

116.

Medium JERSEY MILK CAN and lid 106mm overall

JERSEY (Large)

10.00

117.

Early Do.

JERSEY (Large)

10.00

118.

IRISH MATHER

DUBLIN

5.50

119.

SALISBURY GILL

RSM 1658

6.00

120.

SHREWSBURY ROMANO-SALOPIAN EWER

SHREWSBURY

5.00

121.

WELSH HAT

LLANGOLLEN

8.50

122.

Do.

SNOWDONIA

8.50

123.

White glazed BROADWAY TOWER

BROADWAY (Badly degraded)

25.00

124.

Fraser Cuach (Plain rim)

Manor of Potton

4.00

125.

Lobster Trap

Royal Tunbridge Wells

5.00

126.

Stirling Pint Measure

Farnham

5.00

127.

Large Swiss Cowbell 70mm

Sedlescombe

6.00

128.

Tresco Brazier

Bishop’s Castle

10.00

129.

Unmarked 88mm seated Bear

Stafford

10.00

130.

Royal Crown Pottery Kensington China (113) 52mm standing Elephant

Stone

10.00

131.

Unmarked 112mm white glazed bust of ‘Redmond’ on shaped square plinth

Ireland (Harp with shamrocks)

25.00

132.

Unmarked ‘Gretna Priest’ on shaped plinth 137mm overall

Gretna Green (Picture crest)

5.00

133.

Florentine Man standing in Stocks

Arms of Norwich

10.00

134.

Unmarked 122mm Epsom Clock Tower (Some nibbling of the edge of the base hole)

Epsom

5.00

135.

Carlton ‘West front of York Cathedral’ (On back)

York

15.00

136.

Shelley 318 ‘A Lifeboat Hero’ ‘”Albert Edward” Lifeboat Clacton-on-Sea’ (On the back)

Clacton-on-Sea

25.00

137.

Willow Art ‘Lifeboat Memorial Caister-on-Sea’ (Good gilding)

Caister

20.00

138.

Clifton China Statue of ‘Michael …. Burton    died 1909’ on tall plinth 160mm overall (Gilding of the plinth decorations)

Burton-on-Trent

15.00

139.

Willow Art 151mm ‘Ruskin’s Memorial Friars’ Crag’ and all usual inscriptions

Keswick

5.00

140.

Willow Art ‘Gibbet Cross, Hindhead’ and all usual inscriptions (Strong gilding)

Hindhead

5.00

141.

Corona Chesterfield style Sofa

Southampton (Full arms)

6.00

142.

Unmarked ‘President Wilsons’ Grandfathers’ Chair.’ (Small flake from base hole edge)

St. Albans.

2.00

143.

Kingsway Art ‘Model of James the fifth Chair at Stirling Castle’ (On the back)

See of Ely

10.00

144.

Willow Art ‘Model of Mary Queen of Scots Chair Edinburgh Castle’

City of Edinburgh

5.00

145.

Arcadian ‘The Old Arms Chair’ with usual inscription

Kidderminster

5.00

146.

Carlton ‘The Old Arms Chair’ with usual inscription (open arms)

Great Yarmouth

5.00

147.

Swan 115mm long Mark 1V Tank

Southport

10.00

148.

Norfolk China Peaked Cap with brown hatband and gilded star (Firing flaw in the peak)

New Brighton

2.00

149.

Arcadian Peaked Cap

Northwich

5.00

150.

Arcadian Pith Helmet

Borough of Reading

10.00

151.

Arcadian 90mm long Red Cross van (Flake from base hole edge)

Leeds

10.00

152.

Carlton ‘H.M.H. S Anglia’ ‘Model of British Hospital ship …..submarine’

Sheffield

75.00

153.

Arcadian Charabanc with six rows of seats

Southampton (Full arms)

20.00

154.

Carlton Double deck Bus with open top deck and outside stairs

City of London

100.00

155.

Willow Art ‘Statue of Burns’ on tall plinth 179mm overall

Edmonton

5.00

156.

Willow Art Statue of ‘Peter Pan’ on rocky base 145mm overall

Ryde, I.W.

25.00

157.

Willow Art Statue of ‘Highland Mary’ on substantial shaped plinth 158mm overall

Boston

15.00

158.

WELSH JACK and lid

ARMS OF WALES (THE matching crest as big as will fit)

25.00

159.

Large early SHAKESPEARE’S JUG 88mm

ARMS OF QUEEN ELIZABETH (Huge)/ SHAKESPEARE’S ARMS/ STRATFORD ON AVON

35.00

160.

Welsh Leek

Swanage

7.00

161.

Laxey Gretch-Veg Urn

Sandown (Inside)

5.00

162.

Bournemouth Pilgrim Bottle

Arms of St. Thomas A’ Becket … (As big as will fit)

6.00

163.

Maltese Lamp

Folkestone

6.00

164.

Westminster Coronation Chair

Manchester

15.00

165.

Large Swiss Milk Bucket 90mm

Lancaster (Large)

6.50

166.

Letchworth Celtic Urn

Funchal, Madeira

40.00

167.

Goss England 73mm taper Cream Jug

Large sepia transfer of ‘House of Parliament, Ottawa Canada’

75.00

168.

Royal Buff 69mm Cream Jug with brown trim (Uniformly crazed but not significantly visually impaired)

Large late sepia transfer of ‘East Gate looking W. Totnes.’ (I can’t find this in the literature)

8.00

169.

Highland Milk Crogan

Tain

6.00

170.

Medium Southampton Pipkin 74mm

Kobenhavn (Large)

10.00

171.

62mm ball Cream Jug

Sepia transfer of ‘Mumbles Head Lighthouse’

20.00

172.

Hawes Urn

Invergordon

5.00

173.

National Highland Cuach

Arms of Monmouth

5.00

174.

GERRANS URN

CORNWALL (I have seen many examples of this crest but this is the first I have seen without background colouring to the ‘One and All’)/FALMOUTH/ ANCIENT KINGS

8.00

175.

Bury St. Edmunds Kettle and lid

Falmouth

5.00

176.

Large Fountains Abbey Cup 73mm

Truro (Very large)

5.00

177.

Medium Shakespeare’s Jug 73mm

Cowes

5.00

178.

Truro Glen Dorgal Urn

See of Orkney

5.00

179.

Llandudno Gogarth Vase

Cromarty

5.00

180.

Caerleon Lamp

Benfleet

5.00

181.

First and Last House WITH annexe, with dark green door and window shutters and blue windows. There is the crest of Land’s End on the backslope of right-hand half of the roof.  This is not the occasionally seen perspex badge but the usual Land’s End crest.  I have not seen this before but I have seen precious few of this cottage with annexe so I just don’t know how rare a variation this is.

 

450.00

182.

Willow Art 115mm ‘Edith Cavell Brussels dawn October 12th 1915’/ ‘Humanity’/ ‘Sacrifice’

City of London

8.00

183.

Early barrel shaped Mug with square handle and three large sprays of forget me nots (Surprisingly the gilding is intact)

 

20.00

185.

Porcelle Anti Zeppelin Candleholder

Arms of Aberdeen

17.50

 

The lots numbered 186 – 200 are illustrated in our magazine.  Most of these I haven’t seen before and don’t expect to see again unless I live a very long time.  I don’t believe in the notion of once in a life time but I think many of these qualify for once in a collecting lifetime.

 

 

186.

(Savoy) reg nos. 694456 & 694457 70mm Salt and Pepper pots (no corks) in the form of an elderly couple he (salt) has a blue hat and deep yellow jacket.  She (pepper) a white headscarf with blue spots wearing a green dress and brown shawl.

 

30.00

187.

As lot 186, with corks, but his hat is brown with a green jacket her white headscarf has red spots her dress is deep yellow and scarf is green

 

30.00

188.

(Savoy) 121mm fully coloured Wilful Wilfred in a deep blue jacket over pale green trousers and a deep orange tie brown hair and goggle eyes ‘C3’ on his left shoulder.

 

40.00

189.

(Savoy) 117mm fully coloured ‘Conchy’ wearing a grey hat with blue swirls a blue shirt and braces holding up patched green trousers; spotted brown scarf. Goggle eyes and hands in his pockets.

 

45.00

190.

(Savoy) 99mm fully coloured Dutch? Boy wearing a dark red pill box hat, blue jacket and green trousers

 

40.00

191.

Savoy 96mm fully coloured bust of Saucy Sue with yellow hair, a black shawl around her shoulders above a white and blue check dress; slightly goggled eyes

 

45.00

192.

Savoy A pair of multi coloured Winkie the Glad Eye Birds as Salt and Pepper Pots (The colouring differs significantly from each other)

 

45.00

193.

(Savoy) Unglazed multi coloured Winkie the Glad Eye Bird with his head down as a pepper pot

 

25.00

194.

(Savoy) 89mm lightly glazed principally yellow Kingfisher? pepper pot with black beak

 

30.00

195.

(Savoy) Lightly glazed principally yellow mustard pot and spoon as a happy duckling with blue head and light brown bill which is a pepper pot (with cork) 67mm overall

 

30.00

196.

(Savoy) 178mm fully coloured Dutch Boy wearing a white checked hat deep orange scarf over a blue and white striped shirt pale green patched trousers and deep yellow clogs stood on a very light yellow, basically, oblong plinth. (As left side of line 2 page 17 of November Goss Hawk)

 

50.00

197.

Savoy Jill Milkmaid, which was probably one of a pair Jack & Jill, beautifully multi coloured figurine superbly modelled, please see the illustration in the magazine for this and the other lots above

 

125.00

198.

Savoy 296 Dachshund (A couple of firing flaws underneath)

Brockenhurst

40.00

199.

Grafton 78mm high lipped Ewer

Full colour Oriental man playing a drum entitled ‘Ching-Ching’ (As big as will fit)

12.50

200.

(Willow Art) 165 Airman standing to attention on square plinth 136mm overall

City of Manchester

175.00

201.

Goss (England) two fully coloured babies on an Ashtray ‘Thats the one Daddy told nurse’

Woolacombe

75.00

202.

SWISS MILK POT and lid

BERN

30.00

203.

40mm Cylinder Vase on three small feet

Sepia transfer of ‘Great Marlow’

35.00

204.

Medium WELSH MILK CAN and lid 107mm overall

CARNARVON 11 (Very large)

30.00

205.

Sylvan ‘Mr PussyFoot all water we don’t think’ (With black hatband and shoes)

Llandudno

50.00

206

Carlton (277) Etruscan Vase (No gilding)

Liverpool

1.50

207.

Unmarked Farm Gate with Stile (firing flaw at the back of the milestone holding the crest)

Weymouth

5.00

208.

Arcadian White glazed ‘Model of Ancient Church, Lantern Hill, Ilfracombe.’

Ilfracombe

15.00

 

The following models of Great War Fireplaces are the first of, probably, six batches, which will offer the overwhelming majority of the various options available from a spread of manufacturers.  See illustrations in the February 2018 Goss Hawk

 

 

209.

Arcadian 113mm Fireplace ‘We’ve kept the home fires burning’

Borough of Reading

15.00

210.

Arcadian 92mm Do.

Henley-on-Thames 1624

12.50

211.

Arcadian 89mm Fireplace ‘There’s no place like home’

Borough of Aldershot

12.50

212.

Czechoslovakia 69mm Fireplace ‘There’s no place like home’

Brighton

10.00

213.

Shelley 338 73mm Fireplace ‘Keep the home fires burning’ (St  rong gilding)

Leicester

15.00

214.

Carlton 76mm Fireplace with black cauldron ‘By my ain fireside’

Swaffham

18.50

215.

Bournemouth Bronze Urn

Belfast

6.50

216.

Hythe Mortar

Newquay 77966

5.00

217.

Wareham Bottle

Banbury

5.50

218.

Herne Bay Ewer

Kingston-on-Hull (Just the very beginnings of a loss of crispness)

2.00

219.

Whitby Ammonite

Hythe

18.50

220.

Jersey Fish Basket

See of York

5.00

221.

Stockton Salt Pot

Barnstaple Priory

6.00

222.

Boston Ewer

Dunmow Priory 77966

5.50

223.

Gibraltar Alcaraza

Calder Abbey (Large)

7.50

224.

Windsor Urn

Croyland Abbey

5.50

225.

Large Salisbury Kettle

Norfolk/ Coltishall (Both large)

8.50

226.

Boulogne Sedan Chair

Bournemouth

17.50

227.

Salisbury Gill

RSM 1658/ City of London

6.00

228.

Manx Peel Pot

The Seal of the Corporation of Dredgers of Whitstable 1793

5.00

229.

Aberdeen Bronze Pot

Essex

5.00

230.

Scarboro Kettle

Sandringham

5.00

231.

Seaford Urn

Buxton (Large)

5.00

232.

Folkestone Ewer

Warwick (Large)

5.00

233.

Bath Ewer

Dunfermline

5.00

234.

Sunderland Bottle

Coleraine

5.00

235.

40mm fairy Beaker

(Seal of) Pwllheli

5.00

236.

Goss England 40mm fairy Beaker

‘Robert Burns’ Grace’

5.00

237.

38mm fairy Mug

‘Goe not halfe-way to meet …’

5.00

238.

40mm Vase on three small feet

City of Peterborough

5.00

239.

KING’S NEWTON CINERARY URN

THE LEAGUE OF GOSS COLLECTORS

50.00

240.

Grafton 352 White glazed ‘The Colonel’ (Cigarette complete!)

 

45.00

241.

Trent Postcard no.147 Puzzle Jug (Slight bumping of the corners and very very short stretch of base edge otherwise very good unused condition)

Gloucester (Modern)

4.50

242.

The Goss Record seventh edition 1910-11 (Staples rusted but otherwise in very good condition)

 

35.00

243.

The Goss Record 8th edition (Some marking and pages loose at the back but generally in good condition)

 

10.00

244.

The Goss Record 9th edition (Very good condition but there is discoloration of the paper – not surprising considering how old it is)

 

20.00

245.

The Goss Record War edition (In remarkably good condition but staples rusted)

 

30.00

246.

38mm Two Handled Mug

Western Australia/ City of Perth W.A.

12.50

247.

Do. (Very slight gilding loss)

Schweiz/ Luzern

10.00

248.

38mm Three Handled Loving Cup

Spain/ Gibraltar/ Arms of his Majesty Alfonso X111 King of Spain

12.50

249.

Do.

Morocco/ Gibraltar/ Ronda

15.00

250.

42mm Do.

Belgium (With flags)/ Provincie Antwerpen/ Antwerpen

12.50

251.

Do.

Egyptian Flag (Red ground with 3 crescents and stars)/ Cairo (As the Flag)/ Arms of H.M. King George V.

35.00

252.

Do.

Commonwealth of Australia/ Tasmania/ Hobart (Tasmania)

15.00

253.

Do.

Commonwealth of Australia/ Western Australia/ City of Perth W.A.

12.50

254.

Do.

Province of Natal (This doesn’t seem to be found in the literature)/ Durban/ United South Africa

25.00

255.

59mm Do.

Republique Française/ Boulogne-sur-Mer/ King of France (All large)

20.00

256.

80mm Do.

Commonwealth of Australia/ Badge of Queensland/ Brisbane (All large)

25.00

257.

156mm long Oval Pin Tray with medium frills

Presbyterian Ladies’ College Sydney (Large – this is the arms version as opposed to the circular style which has the appearance of a seal)

20.00

258.

68mm diam. crinkle edged Pin Dish

Black transfer of ‘Chard Church’ fills the base

25.00

259.

83mm Do.

Black transfer of ‘Doune Castle, from N.-E.’ fills the base

25.00

260.

Colchester Famous Vase

Essex

5.00

261.

DONCASTER VASE

DONCASTER

50.00

262.

Exeter Vase

Wordsworth born at …

8.00

263.

Horseshoe

Falkland Islands (George V)

20.00

264.

Irish bronze Pot

Mandalay

30.00

265.

Devon Cooking Pot

Bude

17.50

266.

DEVON CIDER BARREL

TORQUAY

25.00

267.

Looe Ewer

Duke of Northumberland

8.00

268.

Ostend Vase

Belgium (With flags)

8.00

269.

Oxford Ewer

Spain

6.00

270.

Large OXFORD EWER 122mm

ARMS OF THE CITY OF OXFORD/ UNIVERSITY

30.00

271.

Reading Urn

Pale black transfer of ‘St. Peter’s Church, Wolverhampton’

25.00

272.

Swiss Milk Bucket

(Flag of) Portugal (As big as will fit)

30.00

273.

Truro Glen Dorgal Urn (Slight gilding loss)

Leicester

4.00

274.

Walmer Vase

King of France

5.00

275.

Witch’s Cauldron

Amy Robsart

8.00

276.

Large TWO HANDLED MUG 116mm

Outpress of DURHAM SANCTUARY KNOCKER (Top to bottom)/ CITY OF DURHAM (Large)

65.00

277.

YARMOUTH JUG

EAST ANGLIA/NORFOLK/ GREAT YARMOUTH (All large)

48.00

278.

Medium COLCHESTER FAMOUS VASE 91mm

COLCHESTER/PORT/PRIORY/ ABBEY (All large)

25.00

279.

WINCHESTER WARDER’S HORN on plinth with all the usual decorations/ inscriptions

 

295.00

280.

DENBIGH BRICK

DENBIGHSHIRE/ DENBIGH (Both large)

79.00

281.

MELROSE CUP

ARMS OF MELROSE

55.00

282.

Large YORK EWER 134mm

CITY OF YORK/ SEE (Both large)

22.00

283.

Large GLOUCESTER JUG 95mm

GLOUCESTER ANCIENT/ (MODERN)/ SEE (All large)

19.00

284.

Large SAFFRON WALDEN URN and lid 122mm overall

SAFFRON WALDEN (Very large)

32.00

285.

RYE CANNON BALL (Without plinth)

SEAL OF RYE

33.00

286.

Large BURY ST. EDMUNDS KETTLE and lid 123mm

SUFFOLK/ BURY ST. EDMUNDS

32.00

287.

83mm diam. (without handles) WINCHESTER BUSHEL without crest but with all usual decorations

 

95.00

288.

NORWEGIAN HORSE BEER BOWL

BERGEN

29.00

289.

NOSE OF BRAZENOSE

BRAZENOSE

22.00

290.

BEACHY HEAD LIGHTHOUSE – brown band

EASTBOURNE

45.00

291.

GLASTONBURY SALT CELLAR

ARMS OF GLASTONBURY

21.00

292.

LAS PALMAS EARTHEN JAR

LAS PALMAS, GRAND CANARY

12.00

293.

BOULOGNE SEDAN CHAIR

BOULOGNE-SUR-MER

40.00

294.

WESTMINSTER CORONATION CHAIR

WESTMINSTER ABBEY

32.00

295.

QUEEN ELIZABETH’S RIDING SHOE

THAXTED

55.00

296.

Grafton 338 Seated Pig with pricked ears ‘Wunt be druv’

Ryde

25.00

297.

Foley 60 Seated Pig with trotters crossed

The arms of the City of London

25.00

298.

Shelley 340 Howitzer (Strong gilding when viewed looking at the crest)

Colchester

38.00

299.

Do. Do.

Camberwell

35.00

300.

Grafton 403 ‘German Gun captured by the British’

Arms of Barmouth

35.00

301.

Arcadian ‘A little bird from’ with golden hair and some facial colouring

Northampton

15.00

302.

Arcadian Crocodile

Exmouth

40.00

303.

Rectangular Box with forget me nots, tinted blue, around the edge with three full colour matches

 

29.00

304.

Cylindrical Lip Salve Pot and lid

‘A present from Wembley’ surrounds national flowers

15.00

305.

Cone Candlesnuffer

Beddgelert

8.00

306.

56mm cone Vase

Colour transfer of ‘First and Last House, Land’s End’

15.00

307.

Stamp Box and lid

Reigate

10.00

308.

Aberdeen Bronze Pot

Northampton Statute Merchants Seal 1319

10.00

309.

Egyptian Mocha Cup – unnamed – egg cup shaped

Barmouth

7.00

310.

Dutch Sabot

Bruxelles

12.00

311.

Dinant Wooden Shoe

County Borough of Southend-on-Sea

11.00

312.

Swan 60mm basically cylindrical Mug with slightly everted rim

King James 11 brief biography and notable dates

30.00

313.

Swan Flat faced Vase

Queen Anne with very brief biographical detail and notable dates

30.00

314.

Swan Lincoln Jack

King James 1 (Who was also V1th of Scotland but not mentioned!) very brief biographical detail and notable dates

30.00

315.

Swan 81mm Ewer with cupped mouth

King George 111 with very brief biographical detail and notable dates (A lot went on in his reign not least of which were Trafalgar and Waterloo)

30.00

316.

Swan 62mm Ewer somewhat similar to a Chichester Ewer

Oliver Cromwell details of notable dates during his ‘reign’

30.00

317.

(German) Coloured Irish Jaunting Cart on white plinth ‘from Bray’ with the cart as a match holder/posy holder

 

35.00

318.

75mm long fully glazed and coloured late Ann Hathaway’s Cottage which, I think, was marked as being Royal Buff but this has been blacked out at the factory (Extensively crazed but not, in my view, disfiguringly so)

 

15.00

319.

Arcadian 98mm white glazed First and Last House

Lands End

10.00

320.

Willow Art ‘Burns Monument Dumfries’

Dumfries

35.00

321.

Carlton Culloden Memorial Cairn (Not named on the top but with long inscription below the crest)

Inverness

35.00

322.

Vectis White unglazed ‘Osborne House Cowes I.W’ (Nice one)

Isle of Wight

50.00

323.

Rita White glazed ‘Llangynwyd Church’ (One of the pinnacles on the tower roof has, in my view, been superbly restored)

 

35.00

324.

Arcadian White glazed, with rich gilding between the floors, unnamed Old Tudor House, Wellingborough

Wellingborough

32.50

325.

Unmarked ‘Solomon’s Temple’ with short inscription on back

Buxton

40.00

326.

Unmarked White glazed unnamed and undecorated Tonbridge Castle

 

15.00

327.

Rita ‘The Folly Pontypool’

Pontypool

50.00

328.

Carlton Mumbles Lighthouse ‘Telegraph’ (Strong gilding)

Swansea

50.00

329.

57mm Wall Pocket

Cambridge

4.00

330.

73mm Thistle Vase

Blue Goss – two large Thistle Sprays

40.00

331.

53mm ball Cream Jug (Plain rim)

Welsh Antiquities – Hat (The blue bow around the brim has degraded)/ Mistletoe, Oak Bough and Scythe (Large)/ Torque (Large)

4.00

332.

Very early 38mm Melon Sugar Basin (Plain rim)

Emblems of Wales – Crossed Leeks with Mystic Mark above/ Goat eating a tree/ Harp (All as large as will fit)

24.00

333.

175mm Wall Pocket (There seems to have been some quality restoration around the hanging hole)

Crest of Oxford University covers the face

30.00

334.

BRIXWORTH CUP

NORTHAMPTON

4.00

335.

DARTMOUTH SACK BOTTLE

DARTMOUTH

4.00

336.

DOROTHY VERNON’S PORRIDGE POT

DOROTHY VERNON 77966 (Very large)

24.00

337.

Large SALISBURY JACK 135mm

C R 1646/ CITY OF SALISBURY/ SEE

15.00

338.

WINCHESTER POT

TRUSTY SERVANT, as big as will fit on two step brown plinth with gothic verse on the back

32.00

339.

WINCHESTER POT (Wee nicks to base edge)

CITY OF WINCHESTER/ COLLEGE

4.00

340.

White glazed Troy House Font, Monmouth with coloured shields

 

60.00

341.

Dr Johnson’s House

 

40.00

342.

95mm taper Beaker

Very large ‘The Farmers Arms’ with lengthy inscription on the back

17.50

343.

Early 56mm ball Sugar Basin (Rubbed gilding)

Peacock (large but a trifle faded)/ Transparent Burnet Moth (As illustrated page ii of September 2003 magazine but the bright red of the pair of wings nearest the head is brown)/ Red Admiral (The large area of colour on the wings and the body have been re-painted brown, instead of black)/ Five spot Burnet Moth

20.00

344.

(Goss England?) 108mm diam. shallow Pin Dish with green trim

Colour transfer of two mounted hunters and eight dogs approaching a stream surrounded by ‘A present from Margate’ and horseshoe of red roses.

10.00

345.

97mm diam. Jam Dish/ Nut Tray

Colour transfer of ‘Truro Cathedral, N. E.’

30.00

346.

150mm diam. Bagware Teaplate

Large early colour transfer of ‘Rustic Bridge, Boscombe Chine’

30.00

347.

150mm diam. Teaplate

Sepia transfer of ‘The Village Pond, Chiddingfold’ (In my experience much less frequently seen than the coloured version!)

10.00

348.

Goss England Do.

Black transfer of ‘The Market Cross, Devizes’ with the legend below (Although the plate is stamped Goss England the transfer appears to be mainstream)

5.00

349.

55mm ball Cream Jug

Sepia transfer of’ Monmouth, Monnow Bridge’

20.00

350.

Norwich Urn

Sepia transfer of ‘Captain Cook’s Monument, Whitby’

20.00

351.

IRISH CRUISKEN

INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE OF GOSS COLLECTORS

175.00

352.

MYCENEAN VASE FROM CYPRUS

INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE OF GOSS COLLECTORS

175.00

353.

Large pale brown SOUVENIR OF THE HYTHE CRYPT 83mm

 

175.00

354.

Large SALISBURY JACK 134mm

CR1646/ MERCHANTS MARK OF JOHN HALLE (This is the very seldom seen version)/ Full colour ‘JOHN HALLE OF SALISBURY’

175.00

355.

Arcadian Burnham on Crouch ‘War Memorial’

Burnham on Crouch

175.00

356.

Arcadian Cheltenham ‘War Memorial’

Cheltenham

160.00