GOSS COLLECTORS’ CLUB AUCTION

                                                                                        

 

MARCH 2020

 

 

 

 

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.

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Greetings all

 

I have often mentioned that there is quite a lead in from my preparation to you receiving an auction listing.  Nothing better exemplifies this than there are crocuses in my back garden so spring must be very soon.

 

Hopefully there is something in the listing below which will encourage you to spring into action and send me a bid/s.  There has being a growing tendency of late for bids to be made in the last few days.  Nothing is gained by this, indeed there is potentially a lot to lose as the first received of drawn bids has priority and it helps me immensely the earlier you bid.

 

If tempted by noon on Saturday 21st March please, electronic bids by midnight on the 20th.

 

Ted

 

 

 

 

Lot

Model/Shape

Arms/Decoration

Reserve

1.

Lichfield Jug

Schweiz

5.00

2.

Folkestone Ewer

Montrose (As big as will fit)

5.00

3.

Large early Newbury Leather Bottle 113mm with round mouth but no stopper

Watford

5.00

4.

Early 53mm melon Cream Jug (Rubbed gilding)

4 early sprays of Forget me Nots

4.00

5.

Southport Vase (but firing split, apparent on the inside only, from the rim)

Dunkerque

2.00

6.

Goss England 90mm ‘MODEL OF CENOTAPH WHITEHALL LONDON’

CITY OF LONDON

6.00

7

Botolph 165mm long Tank without wheels

City of London

20.00

8.

Grafton 413 100mm long ‘H.M. Landship Crème de Menthe’ without wheels

Folkestone

20.00

9.

Arcadian 54mm Drum

Finchley

4.00

10.

Arcadian Armoured Car

Blackpool

15.00

11.

Shelley 175 ‘Model of 9.2 Shell’ (Richly gilded top)

RGA (Royal Garrison Artillery)

25.00

12.

Arcadian 55mm Capstan

Peveril of the Peak Castleton

8.00

13.

Shelley 341 Soldier at tent door ‘Blighty is the place for me-e-e’

Uxbridge

80.00

14.

Grafton Military Looking Man (Kaiser?) in a lifebelt with coloured ropes etc. (I have seen this attributed to the death of Kitchener in the sinking of the Hampshire but the factory number is pre-war)

City of London

20.00

15.

Grafton Uncoloured version of previous lot

Looe

10.00

16.

Arcadian 90mm long Red Cross Van ‘EH 139’

Stockport

15.00

17.

Arcadian As previous lot

Blackpool

10.00

18.

Carlton Red Cross Van with ‘WD’ on the radiator

Brighton

20.00

19.

Grafton 397 ‘British Red Cross Society St. John Ambulance Association’ ‘Load not to exceed …’

Ipswich

35.00

20.

Grafton 397 As lot above but with a yellow cross

Brighton (Badly faded)

5.00

21.

Wilton ‘Road of Remembrance …’ (Good gilding)

Folkestone

40.00

22.

Arcadian ‘Earl Kitchener Memorial …’

County of Orkney

150.00

23.

Arcadian British Aerial Torpedo

Birmingham

25.00

24.

Arcadian British Aerial Bomb

City of Liverpool

25.00

25.

Carlton Kitchen Range ‘We kept the home fires …’

City of London

10.00

26.

Carlton As above but no teapot and the kettle points right

Bolton

10.00

27.

Carlton As above

Inverkeithing

10.00

28.

Willow Art Seemingly same mould as above

Bowness

10.00

29.

Diamond China 100mm long Glengarry

Arms of Reading

8.50

30.

(Unmarked) 619 100mm long Glengarry with detail which is obscured by the crest, which is very similar to previous lot

Eastbourne

8.50

31.

KING’S NEWTON CINERARY URN

THE LEAGUE OF GOSS COLLECTORS

30.00

32.

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

 

25.00

33.

Arcadian 90mm long Red Cross Van/ Ambulance

Sutton

15.00

34.

Shelley 330 100mm long Red Cross Van

Morecambe

20.00

35.

Willow Art (812) 88mm long Red Cross Van/ Ambulance

Colour transfer of ‘The Grand Arch Jenolan Caves, N.S.W.’ (With contemporary car on the road)

40.00

36.

Arcadian Tommy throwing hand grenade

Northam

80.00

37.

Arcadian Soldier standing to attention (Rifle butt sideways and touching hat just below its top) (Richly gilded)

Ipswich

80.00

38.

(Arcadian) French Soldier

Chester

100.00

39.

Arcadian ‘Soldiers Friend’ (Rich gilding, base hole irregularly shaped but precisely as made)

Babbacombe

40.00

40.

Arcadian Nurse and wounded Tommy

Birmingham

125.00

41.

Arcadian Mother of pearl lustre, uncrested, Despatch Rider

 

40.00

 

The following ‘planes are illustrated inside the back cover of the May 2019 Goss Hawk

 

 

42.

Foreign 130mm grey lustre Monoplane with integral propeller

Bournemouth

5.00

43.

Foreign As above but deep beige lustre

Clacton-on-Sea

5.00

44.

Corona Monoplane with free propeller

Scarborough

30.00

45.

Arcadian ‘Maiwand Memorial Forbury Gardens Reading’ (White lion)

Borough of Reading

10.00

46.

Foreign 122mm ‘War Memorial Matlock Bath’

Matlock Bath

5.00

47.

Germany 4610? 141mm ‘War Memorial Matlock Bath’ (Chip from base hole edge)

Matlock Bath

3.00

48.

Savoy Armoured Car with two (unrestored) guns on the turret

Sunderland

92.50

49.

Carlton Armoured Car with three (unrestored) guns on the turret

Deal

95.00

50.

Arcadian Plum Pudding Bomb on, quality, home-made display stand

Spalding

65.00

51.

(Shelley 191?) 75mm Flashlight

Church Stretton

5.00

52.

Shelley 191 Flash Lamp (Much more gilding than previous lot)

(Seal of) Normanton 1895

10.00

53.

Carlton Kitchen Range ‘Keep the home fires …’ (Kettle spout left both kettle and teapot matt)

City of Liverpool

7.50

54.

Carlton Kitchen Range ‘We kept the home fires …’ (Kettle glazed but rubbed)

Preston

5.00

55.

Carlton Kitchen Range ‘Keep the home fires …’ (Kettle spout to the right no teapot)

Blackpool

7.50

56.

Savoy 360 70mm bulbous Vase with two high handles

Belgium/ Great War inscription

5.00

57.

Savoy 87 75mm Ancient Jug

Neuve Chapelle/ Great War inscription

10.00

58.

Savoy 50mm Vase

Nieuport/ Great War inscription

10.00

59.

Arcadian 76 45mm Vase

Royal Warwickshire Regiment

10.00

60.

Arcadian 305 50mm Vase somewhat reminiscent of an Ali Baba Vase

Royal Horse Artillery

10.00

61.

Grafton 247 110mm long Fish with open mouth and original green bead eyes (Haircrack from the top of its head runs toward the crown and even more extensively at the back)

East Church Sheppey (A seagull with a naval crown above)

1.00

62.

Arcadian (301) 125mm long standing Bulldog ‘Who said “Germans”’

City of Peterborough

5.00

63.

Unmarked 80mm long Seal with flippers out

Warrenpoint 1882 (A delightful crest featuring two rabbits)

3.00

 

The following Dogs will be illustrated

 

 

64.

Carlton Black Bulldog looks out from his wide kennel, which is engraved in wood/leaf? patterns ‘The Black Watch’

Scarborough

20.00

65.

Shelley 316 Uncoloured Bulldog looks out of his kennel which has sides and roof inscribed with wood/leaf patterns (No inscription)

Stockport

15.00

66.

Willow Art 283 Black Bulldog looks out from his kennel which stands on short corner legs ‘The Black Watch’

Cleethorpes

15.00

67.

Caledonia 654 Black Scottie? looks out from his kennel

Arms for Burns

15.00

68.

Unmarked Uncoloured Labrador? with some black facial features looks out of his kennel

City of London

10.00

69.

Podmore Black Dog with green collar bow looks out from his kennel ‘Black Watch’

Cheddar

15.00

 

The following Billikens will be illustrated

 

 

70.

Wy Knot 24 67mm Billiken

Crossed Belgium and Union Flag above ‘For the dear home land’

15.00

71.

Wy Knot As above

‘France Russia Belgium England’ Flags over banner Honour and Liberty (Very difficult to read)

10.00

72.

Wy Knot As above

‘Bravo! Kitcheners Army’ surrounds a Union Flag

15.00

73.

Willow Art As above

RAF

15.00

74.

Willow Art 24 As above

Lincolnshire Regiment

15.00

75.

Savoy 55mm Vase with two small shoulder handles

Albert/ Legend

10.00

76.

Savoy 60mm Portland Vase

Boulogne/ Legend

10.00

77.

Savoy Officers’ Peaked Cap

Dunkerque with legend below

10.00

78.

Savoy 95mm X 95mm shield shaped Tray

Japan with legend below

15.00

79.

Savoy 56mm Barrel

Louvain/ Legend

15.00

80.

Savoy 87mm Beer Bottle

Mons/ Legend

15.00

81.

(Savoy) 56mm Slim Letter Box

Liege/Legend

15.00

82.

Savoy 65mm Vase with long slim neck and bulbous base

Ostende/ Legend

10.00

83.

Savoy 67mm Ewer

Paris/ Legend

10.00

84.

Swan 82mm long Pith Helmet

Aldershot

20.00

85.

As previous lot

Droitwich

18.50

86.

Savoy 611 ‘Model of Balmoral Bonnet’ (Poor gilding)

Fraserburgh

17.50

87.

Savoy ‘French Trench Helmet worn by the countless French Poilu’ (A trifle rubbed)

Brighton

25.00

88.

Arcadian Model of Revolver

Torquay

45.00

89.

Swan As lot 88 but unnamed

Oundle School

35.00

90.

Arcadian 87mm bust of a young Sailor with some facial colouring (Gilding poor)

City of Canterbury

25.00

91.

Arcadian British Airship on stand (Good gilding)

Maidenhead

25.00

92.

Carlton Model of a Nurse (Good gilding) with impressed red cross

City of London

35.00

93.

Swan 70mm Trench Mortar (Good gilding)

Reeth

12.50

94.

Wilton Radio Operator with black headset (Would be a lovely example but for a small nick from base edge at the back)

Blackpool

10.00

95.

British manufacture 125mm Long case Clock – time 12.12 with usual inscriptions regarding signing of Peace

Colour transfer of ‘West Promenade, & Pavilion Rhyl’

10.00

96.

Lloyd George’s early home – lightly glazed

 

90.00

97.

Lloyd George’s early home with annexe – lightly glazed frontage

 

80.00

98.

Glazed Manx Cottage

 

80.00

99.

Glazed St Nicholas Chapel, Ilfracombe

 

135.00

100.

Unglazed First and Last House cream roof with glazed green door

 

50.00

101.

80mm Taper Vase with narrow neck and everted rim (Rubbed gilding and smallest of small nicks from inside of the rim at the side)

Colour depiction of two Welsh Ladies, in costume, taking tea (As big as will fit)

2.50

102.

Hawes Urn

Newbiggin by the Sea

10.00

103.

Large Swiss Milk Bucket 88mm

Ypres (Large)

6.50

104.

Amersham Leaden Measure

King Williams College Isle of Man 1668

8.50

105.

Egyptian Mocha Cup – Egg Cup shaped – unnamed

Cornwall/ St Ives

6.00

106.

Large early York Ewer 140mm (Plain rim)

Middlesex (Large)/ Hendon & Cricklewood Rifle Club (Huge)

75.00

107.

170mm Goblet

Middlesex (Very large)/ City of London/ Hendon and Cricklewood Rifle Club (Both huge)

80.00

108.

British manufacture Standing fat Pig

Flag ‘Union Jack’

10.00

109.

W 79mm Swan as a posy holder (Strong gilding of facial features)

Small flags of ‘France Russia Gt. Britain over ‘The Triple Entente’ on a banner

5.00

110.

Corona 158 Standing fat Pig with loyal bunting around his neck

Flags of France GB Belgium and Russia ‘European War 1914’

10.00

111.

Corona Castle/Rook Chesspiece with loyal bunting around base edge

Decoration as lot 110 but blues of flags in poor condition

1.50

112.

Corona 167 Cheshire Cat with some facial colouring and loyal bunting around her neck

Worksop

5.00

113.

Unmarked Kneeling Elephant

6 flags of the allies around a central oval Union Flag ‘The Great War’ ‘For freedoms cause’ in a banner

7.50

114.

Unmarked Kneeling Camel

Decoration as lot 109

10.00

115.

Unmarked 75mm Post Box with loyal bunting under the top ‘I can’t get a letter from you so send you the box’

Decoration as lot 110

10.00

116.

Unmarked Canary on perch

Decoration as lot 109

10.00

117.

Unmarked Unglazed bust of Lloyd George on a glazed socle plinth (A very imposing piece illustrated on the front cover of the February 2017 magazine)

Hastings

60.00

118.

Grafton 395 Fully glazed ‘Lord Kitchener of Khartoum creator …’ (on back of plinth) on shaped socle plinth 100mm overall

City of Canterbury

35.00

119.

Savoy Unglazed bust of Lord Kitchener on glazed column plinth ‘Lord Kitchener of Khartoum Field Marshall …’ (On back of plinth) 120mm overall

England

30.00

120.

Unmarked Fully glazed bust of ‘Redmond’ 112mm overall

Ireland (Harp and shamrocks)

30.00

121.

Arcadian Soldier stood with hands on hips (Good gilding)

City of London

80.00

122.

Coronet Ware Very very similar to lot 121 but slightly taller no gilding

Brighton

40.00

123.

Grafton 314 Very lightly glazed bust of ‘David Lloyd George’ (Across the shoulders at back) on shaped glazed plinth 132mm overall

Crewe

40.00

124.

(Arcadian) Fully unglazed bust of ‘Sir Douglas Haigh’ (On the back with sculptor’s details) with much beribboned chest 146mm overall

 

50.00

125.

Carlton Partially submerged ‘E9’ Submarine 124mm long

Royal Field Artillery (Somewhat odd combination)

50.00

126.

Alexandra 4 funnelled ‘Lusitania’ (No further inscription) 175mm long

Cirencester

75.00

127.

Wy Knot Standing Lion

Flags of France Russia (Naval flag) Belgium Japan surround Union Flag in oval frame above ‘Unity’ (On a banner) and ‘For freedom we stand’

12.50

128.

Book – ‘Take me back to Blighty’ by Robert Southall in very good condition, I would say perfect except some minor shortcoming can always be found.  Not had one of these for a very long time

 

15.00

129.

Arcadian ‘Dovercourt War Memorial’

Dovercourt

125.00

130.

Arcadian East Dereham War Memorial ‘In honour …’ This is one of only two War Memorials which I know of, the other is Goole, where the local memorial is a copy of the Whitehall Cenotaph

East Dereham

250.00

131.

Arcadian 92mm Fireplace ‘We’ve kept the …’

Arms of Colwyn Bay

12.50

132.

Unmarked 63mm Fireplace ‘There’s no place like home’ black cauldron over red fire with black teapot and fire tongs

Torquay (On the top)

8.50

133.

Unmarked but seemingly from the same mould as lot 132 but clock is glazed and there is no colouring of kettle, teapot or flames and no inscriptions (Short firing split from base into the right hand oven)

North Shields

5.00

134.

Shelley 346 Lantern ‘Ancient Lights’ (Rich gilding)

City of Peterborough

7.50

135.

British Manufacture Ark

Colour transfer of ‘Beachy Head & Lighthouse’

5.00

136.

Willow Art ‘The Sailors Stone, Hindhead’ and long inscription on the back

Hindhead

5.00

137.

Willow Art ‘St. Botolph’s Church, Boston.’

Boston

10.00

138.

Unmarked 106mm stone coloured Lincoln Imp with hanging ring at the back

 

5.00

139

Unmarked ‘The Lincoln Imp’ on a plinth 114mm overall

City of Lincoln

5.00

140.

Unmarked Fully coloured Shakespeare bust on a cushion with quill 156mm overall (The blacks on his left side and shoulders have been worn away in parts)

 

10.00

141.

Arcadian Happy Drunk sat in Stocks AD 1600 (Well gilded)

Chepstow

10.00

142.

Cauldon 44mm Anvil ‘The Blacksmiths Anvil Gretna Green over which marriages were performed’/ Two hearts joined by an arrow ‘Gretna Green’ (Good gilding)

 

7.50

143.

Arcadian 148 Seated Sussex Pig ‘You can push …’

Bath

5.00

144.

Anglo Heraldic 88mm Cheshire Cat

Blackpool

5.00

145.

Grafton 328 Snail

Falmouth

5.00

146.

Grafton 454 Hen stood on stand

City of Peterborough

5.00

147.

Arcadian Green eyed Frog with wide gape

City of Peterborough

5.00

148.

Podmore Penguin

Oxford University City (Linked crests)

7.50

149.

Shelley 350 Fish shaped Jug

City of Peterborough

10.00

150.

Arcadian 53mm Jug

Full colour ‘The Hornblower’ and inscription

5.00

151.

Arcadian 87mm Jug with fancy rim

Colour cartoon ‘Isle of Wight Calves’/ Verse

5.00

152.

Florentine 100mm Salisbury Kettle

Arms of Reading

5.00

153.

Unmarked 163 ‘Model of Mary Queen of Scots Chair Edinburgh Castle’

Banbury

5.00

154.

Willow Art ‘Model of Bunyan’s Chair’ (The chair is not gilded)

City of Peterborough

5.00

155.

Willow Art High backed chair without arms

Ancient Arms of the Burgh of Stirling

5.00

156.

Arcadian ‘The Market Cross Richmond Yorks’

Easby Abbey

12.50

157.

Willow Art Statue of ‘Newton’

Grantham

10.00

158.

Willow Art Statue of ‘Fishermen’s Memorial’ with long inscription on the back

County Borough of Grimsby

10.00

159.

Arcadian Lifeboat memorial

St Annes-on-the-Sea

10.00

160.

Waterfall Grimsby Hydraulic Tower with all the usual inscriptions

County Borough of Grimsby

15.00

161.

Willow Art 307 117mm Edith Cavell Monument with inscriptions

Arms of Norwich

7.50

162.

Alexandra As above

City of London

7.50

163.

Willow Art South African War Memorial

Hull

10.00

164.

Carlton South African War Memorial

Hull

10.00

165.

Willow Art 142mm Cenotaph

City of London

7.50

166.

Saxony ‘Clock Tower Skegness’

Skegness

5.00

167.

Florentine 96mm Lighthouse on a rocky base

Colour transfer of ‘The Forth Bridge’

6.50

168.

Victoria Seemingly same mould as previous lot

Scarborough

5.00

169.

Willow Art 135 111mm Lighthouse on rocky base

Cleethorpes

5.00

170.

Tudor Seemingly same mould as previous lot but more gilding

City of Bristol

5.50

171.

British Manufacture 102mm Lighthouse

Colour transfer of ‘Royal Pavilion, Brighton’

6.50

172.

Victoria China Seemingly same mould as previous lot but much richer gilding

Mumbles

5.00

173.

Eddystone Lighthouse

Blackpool

10.00

174.

Do.

Manor of Crawley

15.00

175.

Do.

Folkestone

15.00

176.

Do.

Pinner

15.00

177.

Chicken Rock Lighthouse

Lynmouth

20.00

178.

Do.

West Hartlepool

20.00

179.

Portland Lighthouse – brown band

Earl of Ilchester seat:- …

30.00

180.

White glazed St. Ives Font

Fenton

30.00

181.

Hunstanton Ewer

Coloured ‘Ripon Horn Blower’ ‘Except ye lord …’

15.00

182.

Medium Aberdeen Bronze Pot 89mm

Southwold – second coat/ Full colour ‘Southwold Jack’ (Both large)

12.50

183.

Bideford Mortar

Fortrose and Rosemarkie

8.50

184.

BOURNEMOUTH PILGRIM BOTTLE

BOURNEMOUTH (As big as will fit)

10.00

185.

Chester Vase

Sussex

5.00

186.

Colchester Famous Vase

Tonbridge

5.00

187.

Hawes Urn

County Palatine of Lancaster

10.00

188.

IRISH BRONZE POT

DUBLIN

5.00

189.

Tewkesbury Urn

Westerham

5.00

190.

Lancaster Jug

St. Ives

5.00

191.

Queen Victoria’s first Shoe post 1901

See of Norwich

8.50

192.

Penmaenmawr Urn

See of York

5.00

193.

Norwich Urn

Uxbridge

5.00

194.

Reading Urn

Ambleside

5.00

195.

Do.

Whitby

5.00

196.

Saffron Walden Urn and lid

Blackpool

5.00

197.

Swindon Vase

Isle of Wight Ancient

5.00

198.

Windsor Urn

Clacton-on-Sea

5.00

199.

Witch’s Cauldron

Christchurch

5.00

200.

77mm white unglazed Lincoln Imp

 

10.00

201.

Royal Buff 82mm diam. Pin Tray with brown trim

Late sepia transfer of ‘Canterbury Cathedral’

5.00

202.

102mm diam. crinkle edged Pin Dish

Black Cat. Horseshoe ‘Good Luck’ etc.

7.50

203.

Tea Infuser and lid

Newton Abbot

8.50

204.

40mm cylinder Vase on three small feet

Chester

5.00

205.

38mm fairy Mug

Sir Walter Raleigh

5.50

206.

38mm Three Handled Loving Cup

Isle of Wight/ Ancient/ Sandown

6.00

207.

Do.

Cornwall/ Lands End/ Ancient Kings

6.00

208.

Do.

City of Canterbury/ See/ Arms of St Thomas …

6.00

209.

Blackgang Tower

Ventnor (LOCAL)

19.50

210.

BRADING STOCKS

THE KINGS TOWN OF BRADING ANCIENT ARMS (I am very used to seeing King’s Town and Seal but I can’t recall seeing this variation before, but then the grey cells are disappearing at an alarming rate)

225.00

211.

BLACKGANG CANNON

BLACKGANG

10.00

212.

77mm long Shakespeare’s House (The black timbering is badly degraded)

 

1.50

213.

Ellen Terry’s Farmhouse with blue windows

 

250.00

214.

Market House, Ledbury with blue windows (Good example)

 

250.00

215.

45mm Melon Cup and Saucer

Norfolk (The blacks on the cup are showing signs of deterioration)

1.00

216.

Do.

Buxton

5.00

217.

Do.

Broadstairs

5.00

218.

Do.

City of Exeter (On Cup)/ See (On saucer)

5.00

219.

Do.

Burslem

5.00

220.

Do.

Leighton Buzzard

5.00

221.

45mm Melon Cup only

Hayling Island

.50

222.

DEVON OAK PITCHER

DEVON

7.50

223.

JERSEY MILK CAN and lid

JERSEY

6.50

224.

WINDSOR URN

WINDSOR

4.00

225.

CHICHESTER EWER

CHICHESTER

5.00

226.

PENMAENMAWR URN

PENMAENMAWR

5.00

227.

SWINDON VASE

SWINDON

6.00

228.

Irish Wooden Noggin

Derbyshire

5.00

229.

Tewkesbury Urn

Fowey

5.00

230.

Do.

Shoeburyness

5.00

231.

Reading Urn

Ealing

5.00

232.

Exeter Vase

Shoreham

5.00

233.

WINCHESTER JACK

WINCHESTER COLLEGE

5.00

234.

Boulogne Milk Can and lid

The Seal of the Corporation of Dredgers of Whitstable 1793

8.00

235.

Colchester Famous Vase

Bromley

5.00

236.

Eddystone Lighthouse

Birmingham

20.00

237.

Chicken Rock Lighthouse

Bromley

25.00

238.

Goss England 69mm diam. crinkle edged Pin Dish

Late colour transfer of ‘Shakespeare’s House, ...’ (Fills the base)

1.50

239.

Grafton ‘Model of ... Anvil ...Gretna Green’/ ‘Over the Anvil ...’

Gretna Green

2.50

240.

Boulogne Sedan Chair

Arms of Kirkby-Kendal 1575

15.00

241.

Do. (one handle rebuilt)

Lowestoft

2.00

242.

Boulogne Wooden Shoe

City of Bristol

10.00

243.

Dinant Wooden Shoe

Arms of Lord Clinton lord of the  ...

12.50

244.

QUEEN VICTORIA’S FIRST SHOE – post 1901 (Small flake of blue missing from the blue ribbon near front left)

SIDMOUTH

2.50

245.

Do. (There is some discolouration on the inside which I am fairly certain it will be capable of being removed with due diligence)

Devizes

10.00

246.

Do. (There is a haircrack in the sole)

Henley-on-Thames

2.50

247.

114mm taper Beaker

‘The Farmers (sic) Arms’ (Very large) with verse at the back

10.00

248.

Exeter Goblet

Cornwall/ Falmouth (Both large)

8.50

249.

Large SALISBURY KETTLE 140mm

CITY OF SALISBURY (Very large)

17.50

250.

109mm crinkle top Ball Vase

Bath/ Abbey/ See

15.00

251.

Welsh Milk Can and lid 108mm overall

Birmingham

10.00

252.

Large Devon Oak Pitcher 113mm

Shropshire/ Ellesmere (Both very large)

9.50

253.

Early Elizabethan Jug (Slight gilding loss)

Bath (Very large – the next 2 large)/ Abbey/ See

15.00

254.

Cottage Pottery 264mm diam Plate with shaped rim and brown trim (which is complete!)

4 multi coloured crocuses and associated, green leaves below the inscription ‘Birds of a feather flock together’

15.00

255.

Chicken Rock Lighthouse (Couple of very small nicks from the base close to the edge)

Earl of Orford Lord of the Manor of Weybourne

5.00

256.

Eddystone Lighthouse

Truro

18.50

257.

Teignmouth Lighthouse

Lytham Saint Anne’s

45.00

258.

Longships Lighthouse

Warwick

35.00

259.

Beachy Head Lighthouse – black band

Royal Leamington Spa

28.50

260.

Largs Memorial Tower

Aldershot

22.50

261.

117mm club Specimen Vase

West Dereham Abbey

5.50

262.

Do.

Bolton Abbey

5.50

263.

Do.

Monte Carlo

15.00

264.

Nottingham Urn

British Columbia

9.00

265.

40mm fairy Beaker

‘Seeke out the good …’

5.00

266.

Lewes Vase

Felixstowe

5.00

267.

Glastonbury Terracotta Bowl

Republique Française

6.00

268.

56mm club Vase

Torquay

4.00

269.

38mm fairy Mug

Guildford 77966

5.00

270.

Tewkesbury Urn

Altrincham

5.00

271.

Cirencester Vase

Dr. John Radcliffe purchased in 1713 …

10.00

272.

Boulogne Milk Can and lid

Weston super Mare

8.00

273.

Norwich Urn

Crewe

5.00

274.

HORSHAM JUG

CHRIST’S HOSPITAL

22.50

275.

Scarborough Jug

Yeovil

5.00

276.

Maltese Funereal Urn

Porlock

5.00

277.

Sunderland Bottle

Norfolk

5.00

278.

Gerrans Urn

Derbyshire/ Derby/ King William Rufus

6.00

279.

CANTERBURY LEATHER BOTTELL

SEE OF CANTERBURY

5.00

280.

Do.

See of Bristol

5.00

281.

Windsor Urn

Stoke upon Trent

5.00

282.

Herne Bay Ewer

Seaton, Devon

5.00

283.

Glastonbury Vase

Cheddar (Local)

5.00

284.

56mm club Vase

St. Crantock

5.00

285.

Reading Vase

Shoreham

5.00

286.

Colchester Famous Vase

Brixham landing …

5.00

287.

38mm fairy Mug (Slight gilding loss)

Ambleside

4.00

288.

Hastings Kettle

City of London

5.00

289.

Minster Ewer

Llangollen

12.50

290.

Boulogne Milk Can – no lid

Teignmouth

1.50

291.

Lewes Vase

Exmouth

5.00

292.

PENMAENMAWR URN

PENMAENMAWR

5.00

293.

80mm taper Cream Jug

Queen Victoria’s Golden jubilee 1887 (Rg. No. 61464)

10.00

294.

Gloucester Jug

See of Southwark

6.00

295.

75mm Thistle Vase

Essex

5.00

296.

Savoy 428 Bathing Machine ‘Morning Dip’ (Turquoise blue capitals)

Arms of Seaford

1.50

297.

(Savoy) 83mm Swan with wings fluffed up at its side – coloured beak eyes legs & flippers (The end of the beak broken off) without decoration

 

2.50

298.

Savoy (134) Unnamed Chester Vase

Lille/ ‘Lille captured by ...’

10.00

299.

Southampton Pipkin

Bowness

5.00

300.

Musselburg Urn

Bowness on Windermere

5.00

301.

46mm ball Cream Jug

Arms of Kirkby-Kendal 1575

5.00

302.

WELSH CORACLE

TINTERN ABBEY

10.00

303.

PETERBOROUGH TRIPOD

CITY OF PETERBOROUGH

5.00

304.

Sunderland Bottle

Southport

5.00

305.

Reading Vase

City of York

5.00

306.

Miniature Taper Cup & Saucer

Arms of Weymouth and Melcombe Regis (On both)

4.00

307.

Glastonbury Terracotta Bowl

Camb. University

5.00

308.

85mm high Melon Cream Jug

Sheffield (Very very large)

5.00

309.

Royal Buff 75mm Cream Jug with brown trim (which is complete)

Late colour transfer of ‘First and Last House, Land’s End’ (With annexe and blue roof)

4.00

310.

Tonbridge Ewer

Three sprays of Shamrocks

6.50

311.

70mm Urn

Sepia transfer of ‘The Parish Church, Bedford’

10.00

312.

Devon Oak Pitcher

Dorothy Vernon 77966

5.00

313.

Exeter Goblet

Devon/ Dartmouth (King in boat) (Both large)

8.00

314.

70mm straight sided Mug with square handle

G & M 1911 (Very very large)

5.00

315.

St Ives Font

Harrogate

15.00

316.

Lincoln Vase

Seal of Kendal

5.00

317.

150mm diam. Melon Teaplate

Black transfer of ‘Post Office, Cairns’

60.00

318.

60mm Taper Cup with square handle and saucer

Black transfer of ‘Abbott St. Cairns’ on both

100.00

319.

116mm club Specimen Vase

Black transfer of ‘Post Office, Innisfail’

60.00

320.

Goss England Club/ clover shaped Pin Dish 96mm across (Very slight gilding loss)

Colour transfer of ‘Railway Station & Torrens River, Adelaide’ (Although this is a late transfer it is of a style which we would normally consider to be ‘mainstream’)

100.00

321.

Painswick Pot

Dinant

5.00

322.

Southampton Pipkin

Blankenberghe

7.00

323.

Norwich Urn

Heyst s’Mer

7.00

324.

Boulogne Wooden Shoe

Amiens

12.00

325.

Reading Vase

Ronda

5.00

326.

Painswick Pot

Coln a.Rh.

5.00

327.

Oxford Ewer

Holland

5.00

328.

Godalming Ewer

Ville de Rouen

7.00

329.

Bettws-y-Coed Kettle

City of Pietermaritzburg

7.00

330.

Glastonbury Vase

British Honduras

7.00

331.

Windsor Urn

Barcelona

7.00

332.

Ostend Vase

Veytaux Montreux

7.00

333.

Hawes Urn

Africa and the East Birmingham 1910

50.00

334.

Seaford Urn

Sussex (Large)

5.00

335.

Yarmouth Ewer

Norfolk

5.00

336.

Southampton Pipkin

Schwyz

12.50

337.

Staffs two handled Tyg

Province of the Cape of Good Hope

12.50

338.

Goss Agent’s Change Tray

Sligo

175.00

339.

Antwerp Oolen Pot

Devon/ Torquay/ Torre Abbey

7.00

340.

Cirencester Vase

Torre Abbey

7.00

341.

57mm crinkle top Ball Vase

Swansea (Large)

4.00

342.

Portland Vase

Dover

4.00

343.

Swindon Vase

Gillingham, Kent

4.00

344.

Egyptian Water Jar

Cambridge

4.00

345.

Southport Vase

Boscastle

5.00

346.

Cylindrical Lip Salve Pot and lid

Isle of Wight Ancient

5.00

347.

BOURNEMOUTH MACE HEAD

BOURNEMOUTH

25.00

348.

Hythe Mortar

Shoreham

4.00

349.

42mm (Second size) Three Handled Loving Cup

Devon/ Plymouth/ Edward the Confessor

8.00

350.

Do.

Surrey/ Kingston upon Thames/ King Henry 1

8.00

351.

Do.

Glamorganshire/ City of Cardiff/ Arms of Owen Glyndwr

8.00

352.

117mm club Specimen Vase

Gwydyr Arms

5.00

353.

Dover Mortar (Pinpoint flake from base edge)

William the Conqueror

2.00

354.

Devon Oak Pitcher

Holt

5.00

355.

Colchester Oyster Shell

The seal of the Corporation of the Dredgers of Whitstable 1793 (Now I know that this isn’t considered matching but surely the model and the crest are, at the very least, highly appropriate.)

6.50

356.

Portland Vase

City of Canterbury

5.00

357.

Chichester Ewer (Small flake from inside of rim)

Umfreville from effigy ...

1.00

358.

Brixworth Cup

Arms of King Edward V11

5.00

359.

Truro Glen Dorgal Urn

Snowdonia

5.00

360.

Penmaenmawr Urn

Crest of Sir Francis Drake

10.00

361.

42mm Melon Sugar Bowl

Sir C G Antrobus Bart.  seat: - ...

4.50

362.

69mm Urn

Blundell Formby (Very large)

8.00

363.

Hitchin Posset Cup

Ellesmere

5.00

364.

69mm taper Vase with flat base and crinkle top

Spain (Large & untitled)

5.00

365.

Dorchester Jug

Dunster

5.00

366.

38mm two handled Mug

Warwick/ Guy Earl of Warwick

5.00

367.

Ostend Vase

Arms of the Brockman family of Beachborough

12.50

368.

Manx Spirit Measure

Sir E. Antrobus, bart. seat – Amesbury Abbey

5.00

369.

Ostend Bottle

Lord Harlech

5.00

370.

Puff Box and lid

Earl of Crawford (Virtually fills the lid)

6.50

371.

Large DARTMOUTH SACK BOTTLE 94mm

Full ANCIENT BRITISH ARMOURS

195.00

372.

Lots 373 & 374 as a pair with the individual lots only being available if there is no bid for this lot.

 

175.00 

373.

Willow Art 119mm fully coloured standing ‘Mr Pickwick Pickwick Papers’

 

100.00

374.

Willow Art 113mm fully coloured standing ‘Mr Pecksniff Pickwick Papers’

 

95.00

375.

CORNISH BUSSA

Colour transfer of ’FIRST AND LAST HOUSE, LAND’S END’

50.00

376.

Church of Joseph of Arimathoea (A lovely example of a very rare cottage)

 

750.00

377.

Mosanic 0380 ‘Shakespeares House, Stratford on Avon’

 

25.00

378.

Mosanic 0328 ‘Tintern Abbey’

 

50.00

379.

48mm Coffee Can with square handle

Large red transfer of ‘Canterbury Cathedral’

10.00

380.

67mm tankard cream Jug with angular handle (Some gilding loss)

Sepia transfer of ‘St Martin’s Church, Fenny Stratford’

10.00

381.

Early Do.

Large black transfer of ‘Peterborough Cathedral N.W.’

10.00

382.

Willow Art ‘Model of John Bunyan’s Cottage’

Ancient Arms of Bedford

10.00

383.

Willow Art As lot 382 but with strong gilding

Ancient Arms of Bedford

12.50

384.

Swan 63mm Southampton Bargate

Southampton (Huge full arms)

10.00

385.

As lot 384

 

10.00

386.

Unmarked 110mm St Pauls Cathedral

City of London

10.00

387.

Carlton Mother of Pearl Lustre Bandstand ‘O’Listen to the Band’

Margate

20.00

388.

Large JERSEY FISH BASKET 60mm

JERSEY (Large & fills shield, banner on base)

15.00

389.

BOURNEMOUTH BRONZE URN

BOURNEMOUTH (As big as will fit)

10.00

390

Welsh Leek

Gibraltar

8.00

391.

Chicken Rock Lighthouse

Ipswich

15.00

392.

Lobster Trap

Arms of Lyme-Regis

5.00

393.

BEACHY HEAD LIGHTHOUSE - brown band

EASTBOURNE

40.00

394.

Do. - black band

EASTBOURNE

20.00

395.

Priests House, Prestbury (The chimney has been re-affixed in a very professional manner)

 

300.00

396.

BOURNEMOUTH BRONZE URN

BOURNEMOUTH (Large)

10.00

397.

Fountains Abbey Cup

As Trew steel as Ripon rowels (Local)

5.00

398.

CARLISLE SALT POT

CARLISLE ANCIENT MODERN

4.00

399.

IRISH BRONZE POT

DUBLIN

4.00

400.

GLASTONBURY BRONZE BOWL

ABBEY OF GLASTONBURY

5.00

401.

110mm scent Bottle shaped Vase

G & M (Very large)

5.00

402.

Early 85mm Jar (Plain rim)

Ellesmere (Large)

4.00

403.

73mm ball Match Holder (Clean but gilding all but missing)

Royal Arms of Scotland (Very large)

5.00

404.

Early 106mm taper Vase with rounded base and slightly everted rim (Plain rim)

Camb. University

4.00

405.

60mm oviform Pepper Pot

Fowey (Very very large)

4.00

406.

69mm high Melon Cup only (Rubbed gilding)

Nevin (Large)

0.50

407.

Arcadian 118mm long unnamed Shetland Pony (No gilding)

Southport

5.00

408.

Willow Art 109mm long standing Collie

City of St. Andrews

5.00

409.

Carlton 57mm seated Bulldog with pricked ears

City of Nottingham

5.00

410.

Made in England 50mm standing Bulldog

Clacton-on-Sea

4.00

411.

Carlton 73mm begging Scottie with pink ears, green eyes and red collar

Bamburgh

5.00

412.

Florentine A pair of King Charles Spaniels inside a Top Hat

Newcastle-on-Tyne

5.00

413.

Carlton Glazed and coloured ‘Ye Oldest Chymist’s Shoppe ...’ on the back and the usual inscription above the windows

Lucky white heather from Knaresborough

40.00

414.

Burns’ Cottage

 

50.00

415.

St Nicholas’ Chapel, Ilfracombe (Some light glazing)

 

80.00

416.

Lloyd George’s early home

 

65.00

417.

50mm Welsh Crochon

Ruthin

8.00

418.

Arcadian 87mm Thistle head Vase (Rubbed gilding)

John O’Groats (Picture crest)/ Verse – ‘Just a wee Deoch-an-Doris’

5.00

419.

Grafton (230) Dutch Boy holding a large round cheese

Enfield

10.00

420.

Shelley 191 Box of Matches

Blackpool

7.50

421.

Unmarked – German? Uncoloured bathing belle with umbrella sat inside a basket beach chair with two flags on top which have little colouring

Coventry

5.00

422.

Shelley 323 Lifeboat

Sittingbourne

9.50

423.

(Grafton) Tree stump with small axe embedded in the top

Peveril of the Peak

5.00

424.

(Arcadian) 48mm open Umbrella

Malta

5.00

425.

Arcadian ‘Coal Scuttle’

Stratford-on-Avon

5.00

426.

Arcadian 83mm Candleholder (plain rim) being an open thistle on a foliate base

Blyth/ ‘Wha can sit on the Thistle noo’

5.00

427.

Coronet Ware Baby in a hip bath

Chertsey

5.00

428.

Unmarked Drum with cymbal on top

Penrith

3.50

429.

Gemma 70mm Flat Iron

Southport

3.50

430.

Mother Shipton 102mm village Pump

Mother Shipton Knaresboro’ (Picture crest) ‘Near to the Knaresboro’ Drop(p)ing Well  ... ' (On the front of the trough)

10.00

431.

Arcadian 56mm long Bathing Machine

Portsmouth

5.00

432.

Grafton (641) Horn Gramophone

Cleethorpes

10.00

433.

Arcadian 38mm ‘Tak a Thimble full’

Wool

5.00

434.

As lot 433

Sutton

5.00

435.

Willow Art 49mm ‘Just a Thimble-full’

Blackpool

5.00

436.

As lot 435

Cardinal Wolsey built ...

5.00

437.

Unmarked 55mm foaming Tankard

Llandudno

3.00

438.

Gemma 102mm Parrot with yellow beak and deep red comb

Colour transfer of ‘Scotch Fishwife’

10.00

439.

Arcadian 144 50mm somewhat bulbous Vase (Plain rim)

Villa de Garstang 1680

2.00

440.

Foley 27 Crinkle top Vase with two handles

Basically green map of ‘Portsmouth’

15.00

441.

Richly gilded 90mm ribbed Milk Jug with angular handle

Large colour transfer of ‘First and Last House, Land’s End’ with brown roof and black door and window shutters

10.00

442.

110mm wide Scallop Shell on three stump legs

Large colour transfer of ‘First and Last house, Land’s End’ with dark blue roof and green door and window shutters

10.00

443.

105mm diam. crinkle edged Pin Dish

Colour transfer of ‘Lands End’ (Sea and rocks) covers the base

25.00

444.

RUFUS STONE

KING WILLIAM RUFUS

6.50

445.

83mm TWO HANDLED MUG

Outpress of DURHAM SANCTUARY KNOCKER (Virtually top to bottom)/ CITY OF DURHAM (Very large)

25.00

446.

Large Kendal Jug 155mm (Plain rim)

England/ Appleby (Huge)/ Westmorland (Faded)/ Arms of Lord Hothfield (Huge) (The faded arms are below the handle and I would expect that when displayed would not be visible)

5.00

447.

Dinant Wooden Shoe

Barnstaple

5.00

448.

144mm sq. Teapot Stand

Stratford on Avon/ Queen Elizabeth/ Shakespeares Arms/ St. George surround verse ‘This above all …’ (One of the rarer verses with appropriate crests in very good condition)

20.00

449.

Salisbury Kettle

Worthing

5.00

450.

Teignmouth Lighthouse

Freshwater

50.00

451.

Eddystone Lighthouse

Hastings

15.00

452.

Chicken Rock Lighthouse

Town of Dover

27.50

453.

White unglazed Barnet Stone with all the usual inscriptions

 

75.00

454.

Large Irish bronze Pot 69mm

Aldeburgh (Very large)

7.50

455.

Romsey Bushel

Grasmere (As big as will fit)

6.00

456.

Aberdeen Bronze Pot

See of Peterborough

5.00

457.

Jersey Fish Basket

(Seal of) Heysham

5.50

458.

Wareham Bottle

Carnforth

5.00

459.

Bath Roman Ewer

Leeds

5.00

460.

Longships Lighthouse

Sidmouth

27.50

461.

Chicken Rock Lighthouse

Doncaster

20.00

462.

Do. (Firing crease at the back just above the base rock which is quite well disguised by the horizontal moulding of the main structure)

Tonbridge

9.50

463.

Eddystone Lighthouse

Spain

17.50

464.

Goss (England) 128mm diam., excluding handles, Bon Bon Dish with base covered by a late colour transfer of ‘North Cascade and Tower’ very deep red trim and handle decoration & Empire Exhibition Scotland 1938 motif backstamp

 

10.00

465.

134mm pear shaped Vase

Ancient Arms of Grassington (Large)

10.00

466.

Fully coloured Welsh Lady Cream Jug (Blacks of her hat lack a little crispness)

 

2.50

467.

Lincoln Jack

Market Harborough

5.00

468.

Dover Mortar

Richmond (Surrey) (Blues ever so slightly lacking in crispness)

1.50

469.

48mm ball cream Jug

Llandrindod Wells (Blues could be crisper)

1.00

470.

Bournemouth Pine Cone

Christchurch (As big as will fit)

5.00

471.

Winchester Pot

Southampton (Full arms as big as will fit)

5.00

472.

Devon Oak Pitcher

Southwold Ancient

5.00

473.

BOULOGNE MILK CAN and lid

BOULOGNE-SUR-MER

40.00

474.

Small, 100mm diam., Pot Pourri Bowl with 6 small holes around a larger central hole. (Y shaped crack across in the base one arm of which extends into the side)  Small spray of Shamrocks between each of the smaller holes

 

2.00

475.

Very early 103mm diam. Bagware Bowl

Large Arms of St. Cross’ Hospital (Named on the base but with a couple of small flakes of red enamel missing)/ ‘Manners Makyth Man’ in blue Gothic script with illuminated capital

3.00

476.

Lanlawren Urn

County Borough of Grimsby

5.00

477.

Ilkley Ewer

Slough

5.00

478.

Large CHESTER VASE 95mm

CHESTER (Very large)/ CHESHIRE (Large) (Altogether a super example)

10.00

479.

Herne Bay Ewer

Kingston-on-Hull

5.00

480.

Swiss Milk Pot and lid

Ealing

6.50

481.

143mm diam. Dish with ears of corn and ‘Waste Not’ in low relief around the rim

Large central crest of Southwark (Blues lack some crispness)

3.00

482.

Staffs one handled Tyg

Cambridge

5.00

483.

Norwich Urn

Loughborough

5.00

484.

Las Palmas Covered Jarra WITHOUT lid

City of Nottingham (Stags)

2.00

485.

Hornsea Atwick Vase

Princetown

5.00

486.

National Highland Cuach

St Alban’s Abbey (Couple of small flakes of blue lost)

1.00

487.

Large early NEWBURY LEATHER BOTTLE TOGETHER WITH its china and cork stopper 127mm overall.  (It is only the early versions of this model which should/can have the stopper.  It is only the early versions where the opening is circular and the china thick enough to take the strain.  Later models are usually oval in shape and a lot thinner.)

BURGUS NEWBERIE/ ARMS OF JACK OF NEWBURY (Both large)

75.00

490.

Rayleigh Cooking Pot

Sepia transfer of ‘Old Market House, Princes Risborough’

50.00

491.

Maltese Funereal Urn

Black transfer of ‘Raglan Castle’

20.00

492.

Ipswich Ancient Ewer

Sepia transfer of’ ‘Castle & Old Bridge, Richmond, Yorks.’

50.00

493.

Nottingham Urn

Sepia transfer of ‘Ross Market House’

50.00

494.

Kettering Urn

Sepia transfer of ‘Castle Entrance, Ruthin’

50.00