GOSS COLLECTORS’ CLUB AUCTION

 

 

AUGUST 2017

 

 

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

 

 


 

Greetings one and all.

 

Hopefully by the time you come to read this the British telecommunications industry will have managed to provide Richard Moore with a ‘phone line but, unfortunately, past experience goes a long way from guaranteeing that they will have.  Whatever, any information that you would usually derive from the website I can provide on request.

 

August, yes August, just enduring our second day of gales that wouldn’t be out of place in the middle of winter!  Hopefully you can sit in the sun, with a glass of Pimms?, and enjoy reading this.  Reading the listing for the first time in around 4 months always comes as a surprise and whilst there are, I believe, many interesting items, including cottages which seem to have fallen out of favour so a chance for a bargain?, it is the last two lots which stand out.  The large, and very impressive Lobster Traps, I don’t see very often and one with a smaller Channel Island is a rare opportunity.  Now I know that there are Goss purists out there who dislike Crested China in the auction listings but there are some superb pieces and the last lot is one of those.

 

If I can tempt you bids by noon on the 19th August please ensuring you include full posting details.

 

Ted

 

 

 

1.

68mm diam. crinkle edged Pin Dish

Spa (Fills base)

7.50

2.

Penmaenmawr Urn

Italia

7.00

3.

Do.

Egypt (Three white crescent moons each with a white star)

7.50

4.

Do.

Belgium

5.00

5.

Irish Wooden Noggin

Tasmania

7.50

6.

Bournemouth Pilgrim Bottle

Fleet, Hants (As big as will fit)

10.00

7.

70mm sq. richly gilded Pin Tray with tasselled corners

St. Ives (As big as will fit)

6.00

8.

Canterbury Leather Bottell

Hereward the Wake

8.00

9.

80mm taper Cream Jug

John Milton finished ... (Very large)

10.00

10.

113mm diam. footed Saucer only (Backstamp is Prouds Ltd. Sydney)

Church of England Grammar School, North Sydney (The shield has an edging which should be divided into blue & white but nearly all the blue has gone)

1.00

11.

74mm taper Mug with angular handle

A large and bright ‘O’ in forget me nots

27.50

12.

73mm early two handled Mug (Plain rim)

Two large early black transfers of ‘Victoria Park, Bath’/ ‘The Bath Abbey from the north east’

75.00

13.

 103mm diam. crinkle edged Pin Dish

Large sepia transfer of ‘Peterborough Cathedral’

15.00

14.

Lincoln Jack

Inverkeithing

5.00

15.

Dorchester Jug

Sturminster Newton

5.00

16.

Blackgang Cannon

Seal of Brading (LOCAL)

7.50

17.

53mm ball Cream Jug

Marsk, Yorkshire (Very large)

6.00

18.

Ramsey Cronk Aust Urn

Heysham

5.00

19.

38mm two handled Mug

Welshpool/ Red Dragon of Wales

6.00

20.

70mm crinkle top Ball Vase

Halifax, Canada. (Very large)

10.00

21.

Pomade Pot and lid

(Crest of) River View (All blue including the Flavelle Bros Ltd. backstamp)

22.50

22.

Walmer Vase

Merchants Mark of John Halle

5.50

23.

79mm taper Beaker

Hugh Foliot, bishop 1219- 34, founded St. Katherine’s ... (Very large)

10.00

24.

Painswick Pot

Lewes Priory 1078

7.00

25.

Ostend Bottle

Rushen Abbey

7.00

26.

Fountains Abbey Cup

Trusty Servant (on grass) (The blues of his jacket show some degradation)

2.50

27.

74mm Wall Pocket

Goss (As large as will fit)

8.50

28.

Welsh Milk Can without lid

Amy Robsart

5.00

29.

Swan 50 Lincoln Jack

Dominion of Canada (Large)

2.50

30.

 Tuscan 158mm young Boy/ Girl saluting but without clothing so there is no way of identifying it as a boy scout

Lowestoft

20.00

31.

Grafton (304) ‘Ripon Hornblower ...’

Ripon

10.00

32.

Carlton Partially coloured Goose on green base with richly gilded flapping wings

Kirkmichael

25.00

33.

British Manufacture Ark

Colour transfer of ‘The Pier, Plymouth’

7.00

34.

Shelley 183 Anvil ‘Each morning .....’

Slough

6.50

35.

Penmaenmawr Urn

Seal of Rye

5.00

36.

Do.

Newport Fife

5.00

37.

80mm Dish with turned under rim (Strong gilding)

Black profile of Queen Victoria  is as large as will fit

30.00

38.

117mm diam. Ashtray

Sepia transfer of ‘Peterborough Cathedral, west front’

15.00

39.

Goss England 105mm diam. Butter Dish inner only

Late colour transfer of ‘Tower Bridge, London’

2.50

40.

Ostend Tobacco Jar

Colour transfer of ‘Waterloo Memorial’/ Duke of Wellington (Superb combination)

40.00

41.

65mm Urn

‘A happy Xmas New Year’ (Very large)

40.00

42.

86mm Urn

Full ‘Edward the Peacemaker’ decorations

40.00

43.

68mm straight sided Mug with square handle

‘A present from Alston’ surrounds a forget me not spray

20.00

44.

69mm taper Vase with crinkle edged rim and flat base

Seven ‘Flags of the Allies’

15.00

45.

Musselburg Urn

‘The Liberal Christian League ...’

75.00

46.

Newbury Bottle

Olympic Games Discobolus

50.00

47.

Boulogne Milk Can and lid

Malaga (8 part border)

11.50

48.

Large Cambridge Pitcher 110mm (Slight gilding loss)

Staffordshire/ Walsall (Both large)

7.00

49.

Canterbury Leather Bottell

Epping

5.00

50.

Munich Beer Seidel

Arundel 77966

65.00

51.

48mm WINCHESTER JACK

WINCHESTER COLLEGE

10.00

52.

Blackgang Tower

Ventnor (LOCAL)

22.50

53.

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)

250.00

54.

BLACKGANG CANNON

BLACKGANG

10.00

55.

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

 

2.50

56.

Ellen Terry’s Farmhouse with blue windows

 

250.00

57.

Market House, Ledbury with blue windows (Good example)

 

250.00

58.

St Catherine’s Chapel, Abbotsbury

 

400.00

59.

45mm Melon Cup and Saucer

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

1.00

60.

Do.

Buxton

5.00

61.

Do.

Broadstairs

5.00

62.

Do.

Preston

5.00

63.

Do.

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

5.00

64.

Do.

Burslem

5.00

65.

Do.

Leighton Buzzard

5.00

66.

Do.

Arms of Northwich

5.00

67.

45mm Melon Cup only

Hayling Island

.50

68.

154mm white unglazed parian bust of ‘Beaconsfield’ on square plinth

 

95.00

69.

Large Bath Roman Ewer 127mm

Brighton 77966/ Shoreham (Both very large)

15.00

70.

EXETER GOBLET

CITY OF EXETER/ SEE (Both very large)

20.00

71.

Carmarthen Coracle (Named on the seat)

Tintern Abbey (Large and an appropriate pairing, in my view, as the Abbey is beside the River Wye where, I am given to understand, coracles were used for fishing)

45.00

72.

123mm column Candlestick with richly decorated central band (Gilding loss on the sconce)

Stafford (Very large)

15.00

73.

(Goss England) 125mm octagonal Hair Pin holder with green trim and 8 holes three of which have, contemporary?, hatpins in them.

Thistle above ‘Glasgow’/ (Motif of) Empire Exhibition Scotland 1938

15.00

74.

Horseshoe

Westgate-on-Sea

10.00

75.

Whitby Ammonite (Chip from inside the mouth of the shell)

Blackpool

5.00

76.

Largs Memorial Tower

Rochester

30.00

77.

Portland Lighthouse – orange band

Paignton 77966

65.00

78.

Eddystone Lighthouse

Newquay 77966

20.00

79.

48mm Bagware Cup and a 115mm footed saucer (Saucer cracked)

Dedham (On both – large on the saucer)

1.00

80.

Swiss Milk Pot and lid

Bruxelles

6.50

81.

Dover Mortar

Redruth

5.00

82.

Winchester Pot (Small nick from inside of rim)

Havering Atte Bowre Romford (Very large)

2.50

83.

Minster Ewer

Middelburg

18.50

84.

Burton Beer Barrel

Southport

5.00

85.

Abergavenny Jar

Newport I.W.

5.00

86.

Gerrans Urn

Sussex/ East Sussex County Council/ Eastbourne

5.00

87.

Stornoway Milk Crogan

Newhaven

5.00

88.

Bettws-y-Coed Kettle

Arms of Monmouth

10.00

89.

Salisbury Kettle

Worthing

5.00

90.

Irish Mather

Kobenhavn

15.00

91.

Seaford Urn

Manchester

5.00

92.

Southampton Pipkin

Filey

5.00

93.

Boston Ewer

Northampton

6.50

94.

Eton Vase (In appalling condition with the rim/neck cracked and chipped)

Royal Marines (Rarely seen)

2.50

95.

Tintern Water Bottle

Buckfastleigh Abbey

6.50

96.

Norwegian Bucket

St Mawgan

7.00

97.

Russian Shrapnel Shell

Colwyn Bay

10.00

98.

Chichester Ewer

Stepney

5.00

99.

Brading Ewer

Cowes

5.00

100.

Leicester Tyg

Yorkshire/ Otley/ Arms of King Edward V11

6.50

101.

60mm ball Match Holder (Very clean)

Okehampton (Very large)

6.50

102.

85mm diam. crinkle edged Pin Dish (Slight gilding loss)

Full colour thistle spray above ‘Brodick’

8.00

103.

Ostend Tobacco Jar

Full colour thistle spray above ‘Braemar’

9.50

104.

Straight sided Lip Salve Pot and lid

Full colour thistle spray above ‘Whiting Bay (Arran)’

9.50

105.

GNOSSUS VASE

INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE OF GOSS COLLECTORS

145.00

106.

74mm Taper Vase with wide neck and everted rim

Early colour transfer of ‘Bournemouth Gardens’ (View of church between four trees)

95.00

107.

95mm diam. crinkle edged Pin Dish (Minuscule nick from outside of rim)

Large, virtually edge to edge, black transfer of ‘Pembroke Castle’

20.00

108.

78mm dia. shallow Pin Dish (Rubbed gilding)

Sepia transfer of ‘Llangollen Parish Church’

20.00

109.

40mm fairy Beaker

Sepia transfer of ‘Pont-y-Pridd, Old Bridge’

40.00

110.

BOURNEMOUTH PINE CONE

BOURNEMOUTH (Large)

7.50

111.

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

Gretna Green

5.00

112.

Boulogne Sedan Chair

Arms of Kirkby-Kendal 1575

15.00

113.

Do. (one handle rebuilt)

Lowestoft

2.00

114.

Boulogne Wooden Shoe

City of Bristol

15.00

115.

Dinant Wooden Shoe

Arms of Lord Clinton lord of the  ...

15.00

116.

QUEEN VICTORIA’S FIRST SHOE – post 1901 without decoration with a  much folded photocopy of a leaflet on the other side of which is a photocopy of an envelope front addressed to a Mr. Symington near Glasgow in the bottom left corner of which is printed ‘from WILLIAM H. GOSS, Stoke-on-Trent’

 

20.00

117.

Do. (Small flake of blue missing from the blue ribbon near front left)

SIDMOUTH

5.00

118.

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

Devizes

10.00

119.

Do. (There is a haircrack in the sole)

Henley-on-Thames

2.50

120.

85mm WINCHESTER JACK

Full colour transfer of ‘TRUSTY SERVANT’ and inscription in gothic script on the back

20.00

121.

Late 73mm taper Mug with everted rim and square handle and green trim

Margaret Goss ‘Sweet Oranges’

40.00

123.

Do.

Margaret Goss decoration ‘Will you come for a hop?’

80.00

124.

114mm taper Beaker

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

15.00

125.

Exeter Goblet

Cornwall/ Falmouth (Both large)

10.00

126.

WELSH JACK and lid

ARMS OF WALES (As big as will fit and, in my opinion, THE matching arms)

30.00

127.

Large SALISBURY KETTLE 140mm

CITY OF SALISBURY (Very large)

22.50

128.

109mm crinkle top Ball Vase

Bath/ Abbey/ See

15.00

129.

Early Brading Ewer 114mm (Inscription does not mention Brading and as such this combination might be considered matching – as ever it is your decision)

Isle of Wight (Twice – both large)

15.00

130.

Welsh Milk Can and lid 108mm overall

Birmingham

10.00

131.

Large Devon Oak Pitcher 113mm

Shropshire/ Ellesmere (Both very large)

9.50

132.

Early Elizabethan Jug (Slight gilding loss)

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

15.00

133.

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

134.

Large, unnamed, Pompeian Ewer 208mm

Very large full colour ‘Southwold Jack’/ Southwold second coat (Large)

16.00

135.

Hornsea Atwick Vase

Princetown

4.00

136.

Devon Oak Pitcher

Southwold Ancient

4.00

137.

79mm dia. Pin Dish

Norwich Priory (Large)

4.00

138.

Goss England 82mm bulbous Milk Jug

Large late colour transfer of ‘Worcester Cathedral’

5.00

139.

Goss England 61mm Do.

Large late colour transfer of ‘Shakespeare’s House ...’

3.00

140.

Do. (2 short hairline cracks one on each side of the spout)

Large late colour transfer of ‘King William 1V’s Coach ...’

1.00

141.

Aberdeen Bronze Pot

St Ives (Hunts)

2.00

142.

Colchester Cloaca Vase

Greenwich Ancient

2.00

143.

114mm Cone Specimen Vase

City of Bristol

2.00

144.

ABINGDON VASE

ARMS OF ABINGDON (Very large)

42.50

145.

AMERSHAM LEADEN MEASURE

AMERSHAM

25.50

146.

IPSWICH EWER

IPSWICH

6.25

147.

IPSWICH ROMAN EWER

IPSWICH (Huge)

30.00

148.

WELSH HAT with longest place name around the rim

PONTYPRIDD

34.00

149.

Porcelle Unglazed parian bust of ‘Scott’ on a glazed socle plinth 110mm overall (Seemingly unrecorded)

Melrose

20.00

150.

Savoy Unglazed parian bust of Albert King of the Belgians on a glazed columnar plinth 155mm overall

Goodwick

40.00

151.

Savoy 118 Glazed standing Highland Infantryman on plinth

Edinburgh

115.00

152.

Savoy (531) Unglazed parian nurse with a red cross on her chest on a round glazed plinth 170mm overall

Fleetwood

95.00

153.

Savoy (554) ‘Model of Anzac Hat’ (Small nick from inner rim and firing dust, principally on back of rim)

Brighton

2.00

154.

(Savoy) 576 ‘Model of Mills Bomb’

Worthing

15.00

155.

Savoy 428 Bathing Machine ‘Morning Dip’ (Very pale yellow capitals)

Worthing

3.00

156.

Do. (Turquoise blue capitals)

Arms of Seaford

3.50

157.

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

 

10.00

158.

Savoy Welsh Lady carrying a Basket as a Candlesnuffer?

Arms of Wales

20.00

159.

Savoy 45/294 (Unnamed) Cornish Pasty

Carnforth

7.50

160.

Savoy 123mm long Monoplane with rounded wing ends and fixed propeller (Good gilding of the propeller and the diagonal stripes across the wing)

Tavistock

75.00

161.

Savoy 524 Battleship ‘H.M.S. Lion’

Plymouth

75.00

162.

Savoy (602) Two piece Machine Gun (The gun has a small nick from the hole which is the female for the tripod base which itself is unmarked but undoubtedly Savoy)

Leeds

75.00

163.

Savoy 106 59mm club Vase

Nieuport/ ‘Nieuport bombarded January 1915’

30.00

164.

Savoy 50mm somewhat bulbous Vase

Beaumont-Hamel/ ‘British Victory German fortress ...’

30.00

165.

Savoy 397 Dog Kennel

Compiegne/ ‘Reims bombarded ....’

30.00

166.

Savoy 68mm Vase with long slender neck

Neuve Chapelle/ ‘Brilliant British victory ...’

30.00

167.

Savoy 20 Unnamed York Ewer

Louvain/ ‘Louvain burned and destroyed ....’

30.00

168.

Savoy (134) Unnamed Chester Vase

Lille/ ‘Lille captured by ....’

30.00

169.

Savoy 87 71mm Jug

Flags of the Allies 1914/ ‘Be Briton still ...’

7.50

170.

Savoy 87/569 ‘French Trench Helmet worn by ...’

Seal of the Burgh of Dufftown

50.00

171.

Carlton 54mm Swan

Dollar

5.00

172.

Carlton Glengarry (Without thistle or badge)

Banbury

5.00

173.

Grafton (383) Welsh Hat

Banbury

5.00

174.

Queens Crest China Tortoise

Banbury

5.00

175.

Unmarked Coloured Pixie/ Shepherd carrying a dog with a bottle in its mouth 85mm

‘Souvenir of Elgin’ (Slight fault in the colouring of his hat at the back) (Illustrated inside back cover of May 2015 magazine)

10.00

176.

Crown Staffordshire Richly gilded 85mm X 58mm Pin Dish inscribed ‘Ride a cock horse to Banbury Cross’ on the inside of the rim the base being a colour transfer of  white lady on a white horse in front of Banbury Cross the whole ground being cream

 

5.00

177.

Arcadian 229 Bellows

New Romney

5.00

178.

Unmarked Kettle and lid on a Primus Stove

Barnet (Banner on back)

5.00

179.

Unmarked Long necked Cat 113mm

Leicester

5.00

180.

Sussex China S.P. Co. 62mm long seated Pig

Brighton

5.00

181.

Carlton Ripon Hornblower inscription on base front

Ripon

5.00

182.

Grafton (328) Snail

Gloucester (Modern)

5.00

183.

Foley 118mm Notre Dame Candlestick

Isle of Wight (Large)

5.00

184.

Southampton Pipkin

Bowness

5.00

185.

Musselburg Urn

Bowness on Windermere

5.00

186.

46mm ball Cream Jug

Arms of Kirkby-Kendal 1575

5.00

187.

WELSH CORACLE

TINTERN ABBEY

10.00

188.

PETERBOROUGH TRIPOD

CITY OF PETERBOROUGH

5.00

189.

Sunderland Bottle

Southport

5.00

190.

Reading Vase

City of York

5.00

191.

Miniature Taper Cup & Saucer

Arms of Weymouth and Melcombe Regis (On both)

4.00

192.

Glastonbury Terracotta Bowl

Camb. University

5.00

193.

85mm high Melon Cream Jug

Sheffield (Very very large)

5.00

194.

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

195.

Tonbridge Ewer

Three sprays of Shamrocks

6.50

196.

70mm Urn

Sepia transfer of ‘The Parish Church, Bedford’

15.00

197.

Devon Oak Pitcher

Dorothy Vernon 77966

5.00

198.

Lincoln Jack (Firing crease in the back of the neck)

Shoreditch

2.00

199.

Exeter Goblet

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

8.00

200.

70mm straight sided Mug with square handle

G & M 1911 (Very very large)

6.50

201.

Canterbury Jug

St. Thomas’s Hospital (Large)

15.00

202.

St Ives Font

Harrogate

20.00

203.

Lincoln Vase

Seal of Kendal

5.00

204.

Small Isaac Walton’s Cottage (The larger chimney has been restored and re-stuck – a quality restoration)

 

200.00

205.

150mm diam. Melon Teaplate

Black transfer of ‘Post Office, Cairns’

100.00

206.

60mm Taper Cup with square handle and saucer

Black transfer of ‘Abbott St. Cairns’ on both

175.00

207.

116mm club Specimen Vase

Black transfer of ‘Post Office, Innisfail’

100.00

208.

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’)

150.00

209.

Glastonbury Terracotta Bowl

Dominion of Canada “Niagara Falls”

15.00

210.

Painswick Pot

Dinant

5.00

211.

Fountains Abbey Cup

Barbadoes

5.00

212.

Southampton Pipkin

Blankenberghe

12.00

213.

Norwich Urn

Heyst s’Mer

12.00

214.

Boulogne Wooden Shoe

Amiens

22.50

215.

Reading Vase

Ronda

5.00

216.

Painswick Pot

Coln a.Rh.

5.00

217.

Oxford Ewer

Holland

5.00

218.

Godalming Ewer

Ville de Rouen

15.00

219.

Bettws-y-Coed Kettle

City of Pietermaritzburg

10.00

220.

Glastonbury Vase

British Honduras

7.00

221.

Windsor Urn

Barcelona

10.00

222.

Ostend Vase

Veytaux Montreux

15.00

223.

Hawes Urn

Africa and the East Birmingham 1910

70.00

224.

Seaford Urn

Sussex (Large)

5.00

225.

Yarmouth Ewer

Norfolk

5.00

226.

Rayleigh Cooking Pot

The Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry

87.50

227.

Southampton Pipkin

Schwyz

22.50

228.

Staffs two handled Tyg

Province of the Cape of Good Hope

22.50

229.

Goss Agent’s Change Tray

Sligo

250.00

230.

Antwerp Oolen Pot

Devon/ Torquay/ Torre Abbey

10.00

231.

Cirencester Vase

Torre Abbey

7.00

232.

57mm crinkle top Ball Vase

Swansea (Large)

4.00

233.

Portland Vase

Dover

4.00

234.

Swindon Vase

Gillingham, Kent

4.00

235.

Egyptian Water Jar

Cambridge

4.00

236.

Southport Vase

Boscastle

7.00

237.

Cylindrical Lip Salve Pot and lid

Isle of Wight Ancient

5.00

238.

BOURNEMOUTH MACE HEAD

BOURNEMOUTH

37.50

239.

Amersham Leaden Measure

Trefriw

8.00

240.

Hythe Mortar

Shoreham

4.00

241.

Kendal Jug

Arundel 77966

4.00

242.

42mm (Second size) Three Handled Loving Cup

Devon/ Plymouth/ Edward the Confessor

12.50

243.

Do.

Surrey/ Kingston upon Thames/ King Henry 1

12.50

244.

Do.

Glamorganshire/ City of Cardiff/ Arms of Owen Glyndwr

12.50

245.

BEACHY HEAD LIGHTHOUSE - brown band

EASTBOURNE

40.00

246.

Do. - black band

EASTBOURNE

20.00

247.

Portland Lighthouse – brown band

Leiston Abbey

20.00

248.

66mm straight Sided Mug with square handle

Memento of Preston Guild 1922 (Altogether a super example)

35.00

249.

Miniature taper Beaker 18mm

Full colour Trusty Servant (Altogether crisp)

40.00

250.

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

 

400.00

251.

BOURNEMOUTH BRONZE URN

BOURNEMOUTH (Large)

15.00

252.

BOURNEMOUTH PINE CONE

BOURNEMOUTH (very large)

7.50

253.

BOURNEMOUTH MACE HEAD

BOURNEMOUTH

17.50

254.

Fountains Abbey Cup

As Trew steel as Ripon rowels (Local)

5.00

255.

CARLISLE SALT POT

CARLISLE ANCIENT MODERN

4.00

256.

IRISH BRONZE POT

DUBLIN

4.00

257.

GLASTONBURY BRONZE BOWL

ABBEY OF GLASTONBURY

5.00

258.

SALISBURY JACK

CR1646

4.00

259.

KINGS NEWTON URN

THE LEAGUE OF GOSS COLLECTORS

75.00

260.

LANCASTER JUG

LANCASTER

10.00

261.

Bagware teapot and lid 120mm overall (The blue cord is just beginning to show the first signs of a loss of crispness)

Provincie Antwerpen/ Antwerpen (Both very large)

5.00

262.

110mm scent Bottle shaped Vase

G & M (Very large)

5.00

263.

85mm Jar

G & M (Truly as big as will fit and a superb bright example)

9.50

264.

Early 85mm Jar (Plain rim)

Ellesmere (Large)

4.00

265.

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

Royal Arms of Scotland (Very large)

5.00

266.

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

Camb. University

4.00

267.

60mm oviform Pepper Pot

Fowey (Very very large)

4.00

268.

68mm diam. shallow Pin Dish

Spray of Shamrock

5.00

269.

69mm high Melon Cup only (Rubbed gilding)

Nevin (Large)

0.50

270.

106mm bagware Preserve Pot and lid

Lossiemouth & Branderburgh (Large)

10.00

271.

Partial Tea/ Coffee Service comprising 265mm diam. shaped edge Cake/ Bread & Butter Plate, six saucers, six 135mm diam. side Plates, 70mm footed Sugar Bowl, three 70mm Coffee cans with square handles a 70mm Teacup with rounded handle all with green trim and stylised red and yellow apples ‘hanging’ from the rim.  (This is illustrated top left of page 244 of the Pine Arms and Decorations on the Sugar Bowl)

 

40.00

272.

76mm wide Scallop Shell on three stump feet

Blyth

4.00

273.

Early 82mm taper Cream Jug

Emblems of Wales – harp/ Crossed Leeks with Mystic mark above/ Goat eating from a tree (All large)

20.00

274.

Arcadian 118mm long unnamed Shetland Pony (No gilding)  

Southport

5.00

275.

Willow Art 109mm long standing Collie

City of St. Andrews

5.00

276.

Unmarked 121mm long Pointer?

Cinque Port of Rye

5.00

277.

Carlton 57mm seated Bulldog with pricked ears

City of Nottingham

5.00

278.

Made in England 50mm standing Bulldog

Clacton-on-Sea

4.00

279.

Clarence Crest 92mm long walking Labrador?

Chester

5.00

280.

Alexandra 53mm seated Dachshund

Sandringham

5.00

281.

Grafton 335 64mm seated Labrador Puppy with green bead eyes

Sandown I.W.

5.00

282.

Unmarked 17 76mm seated Collie

Farnham

5.00

283.

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

Bamburgh

5.00

284.

Arcadian 78mm seated mother of pearl lustre Boxer, looking left, with red ear tips

Lucky black cat with large red bow ‘Good luck from Dartmouth’

5.00

285.

Arcadian 78mm long Collie lying down with paws out front

Colour transfer of ‘Forth Bridge’

5.00

286.

Florentine A pair of King Charles Spaniels inside a Top Hat

Newcastle-on-Tyne

5.00

287.

Unmarked Cat on a padded Armchair

Blackpool

4.00

288.

Gemma Pink Pig in a top hat

Arms of Aberdeen

4.00

289.

Foreign Gilt (Which is somewhat rubbed) Pig climbing out of a Chamber Pot

Plymouth

1.00

290.

Unmarked 105mm long fat Pig

Cambridge

4.00

291.

Florentine 90mm long standing fat Pig ‘The Pig that wont go’

Sterlini Oppidvm

5.00

292.

Willow Art John Knox’s House Edinburgh (Seabrook page 27)

 

30.00

293.

(Kensington) ‘Cat & Fiddle’(Seabrook page 21)

 

80.00

294.

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

Lucky white heather from Knaresborough

75.00

295.

Unmarked (but could be German as there seems to be an imprinted number on the base) Coloured octagonal 90mm high X 90mm diam. Dunster Yarn Market (There is some colour loss from the brickwork base) (Not listed in Seabrook!)

 

80.00

296.

Portman Lodge with CLOSED door – this is a super example except that it has the crest of Blackpool on the gable of the long side, meaning that it wouldn’t be seen if displayed looking at the door.  This again proves, what I believe to be, the nonsense that the Blackpool crest on an inappropriate model means that it will be sub-standard.

 

200.00

297.

Burns’ Cottage

 

75.00

298.

St Nicholas’ Chapel, Ilfracombe (Some light glazing)

 

100.00

299.

Lloyd George’s early home

 

75.00

300.

Lloyd George’s early home with annexe

 

50.00

301.

Tudor House, Southampton

 

260.00

302.

Portland Vase

The Island & Royal Manor Portland Urban District Council

5.00

303.

50mm Welsh Crochon

Ruthin

8.00

304.

Do.

Anglesea (Local)

8.50

305.

MANX LOBSTER TRAP

(SEAL OF THE ISLE OF MAN)

30.00

306.

MANX PEEL POT

CITY OF PEEL

10.00

307.

SWINDON VASE

SWINDON

5.00

308.

NEWCASTLE JUG

SEE OF NEWCASTLE

5.50

309.

Goss England ‘ROUND TOWER WINDSOR’

WINDSOR

20.00

310.

Arcadian ‘Scotch and Soda’ at back of a round tray

Hasting and St Leonards (Linked crest)

10.00

311.

Arcadian Bass Bottle and ‘sliver’ foaming tankard on back of square Ashtray ‘The more we are ...’

City of London

10.00

312.

Arcadian ‘Scotch and Soda’ at back of horseshoe tray with red trim.

Colour transfer of ‘Irish Jaunting Car from Ballynahinch’ surrounded by shamrocks

10.00

313.

Willow Art As 313 but trim is gilt

Arms for Burns

10.00

314.

Unmarked (Arcadian?) An uncoloured ‘cartoon’ Scotsman seated on a bench with disproportionally large feet at the back of a basically circular Ashtray (Some gilding loss)

Colour transfer of ‘The Promenade, W. Exmouth’

10.00

315.

Carlton Coloured drunk holding onto a lamp-post with a disproportionally large open, black, top hat beside him (A match holder?) on an Ashtray inscribed around front edge ‘S’wat Night Boys Hic S’now Usse’

Let Glasgow Flourish

50.00

316.

Arcadian 87mm Thistle head Vase Rubbed gilding)

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

5.00

317.

Arcadian 97mm diam. Tray/Pin Tray with red trim

A colour transfer of an Irishman seated on a wall with a pig at his feet surrounded by ‘Good Luck from Bangor’

6.50

318.

Willow Art 92mm shaped and footed Vase

Colour transfer of ‘Railway Station, Dunedin’

8.00

319.

English Souvenir China 74mm Vase with bulbous base and long narrow neck which is flanked by two handles

The Golden West exhibition Earls Court London

10.00

320.

Carlton Stick Telephone ‘Hello Hello’

Chester

20.00

321.

Tre.Pol.Pen 95mm wide Cornish Pasty with verse on back

Cornwall

10.00

322.

Savoy 102mm wide ‘A Cornish Pasty’ with red capitals

City of Truro

10.00

323.

Grafton 117mm wide ‘A Cornish Pasty’ with red capitals

Falmouth

10.00

324.

Shelley 355 Wheelbarrow

Blackpool

10.00

325.

Carlton 114mm long oval Dish with two coloured bananas ‘Yes, We have no bananas’

Newmarket

12.50

326.

Grafton (230) Dutch Boy holding a large round cheese

Enfield

12.50

327.

Crown China Black cat with red collar and bow sat inside a Lifebelt? on the rim of which is a coloured cigarette and ‘Who burnt the cloth?’

Shrewsbury

15.00

328.

Wilton 64mm octagonal upright ‘Cigarettes’ holder

Tewkesbury

5.00

329.

Shelley 191 Box of Matches

Blackpool

15.00

330.

Gemma Small shaped Ashtray with brown pipe

Sheffield

5.00

331.

Gemma Tobacco Jar and lid which has a brown pipe as the knop

Ramsgate

5.00

332.

Florentine ‘The Glad Sea Waves’

Berwick upon Tweed

10.00

333.

Unmarked – German? Mother of pearl whelk shell with a mermaid? sat on it

Eastbourne

5.00

334.

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

335.

Shelley 168 Whelk Shell ‘What are the Wild Waves Saying’

Pateley Bridge Nidderdale

10.00

336.

Shelley 323 Lifeboat

Sittingbourne

12.50

337.

Swan 80mm bust of a ‘Lifeboatman’

Eastbourne

25.00

338.

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

Peveril of the Peak

5.00

339.

(Arcadian) 48mm open Umbrella

Malta

10.00

340.

Grafton 225 Champagne Bottle as a pepper Pot

Stratford on Avon

5.00

341.

Unmarked 87mm Hip Flask

Broadway

5.00

342.

Unmarked 68mm Flashlight

Church Stretton

5.00

343.

British Manufacture 87mm Flashlight

Boscombe

5.00

344.

Clarence Crest 71mm Vase with three openings, one high two low.

Transfer of a bluebird ‘Happy Days at Cefn Mawr’ (All in blue including trim and backstamp)

10.00

345.

Clarence Crest 58mm Vase with two small angular handles

Transfer of a bluebird ‘Happy days at Oswestry’ (All in blue)

10.00

346.

Willow Art 66mm Vase

Transfer of a Bluebird ‘Happy days at Great Yarmouth’ (All in blue including trim and backstamp except for the birds beak which is yellow)

10.00

347.

Arcadian 155mm Guitar with black trim

Coloured tropical bird on a branch ‘A gift from Boscombe’

12.50

348.

Arcadian 43mm barrel Jug

Coloured Bird (Just possibly a pheasant)/ A Souvenir of Worcester

8.50

349.

Florentine 70mm diam. richly gilded tambourine

Burslem

5.00

350.

Arcadian ‘Coal Scuttle’

Stratford-on-Avon

5.00

351.

Willow Art ‘A Melton Mowbray Pie ....’

Melton Mowbray

22.50

352.

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

Blyth/ ‘Wha can sit on the Thistle noo’

6.50

353.

Carlton 77 65mm long Bird’s Egg (Not cracked open)

Exmouth

5.00

354.

Arcadian ‘Ball of String’

Tonbridge

10.00

355.

Coronet Ware Baby in a hip bath

Chertsey

8.50

356.

Carlton 65mm long closed Book with gilded clasp (Good gilding)

Knaresborough and below if ‘From Ye oldest ....’

8.50

357.

Unmarked Drum with cymbal on top

Penrith

3.50

358.

Gemma 70mm Flat Iron

Southport

3.50

359.

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

360.

(Grafton?) 60mm diam. ‘Prime Cheddar Cheese’ with extensive inscriptions on the base

Cheddar

10.00

361.

Arcadian 56mm long Bathing Machine

Portsmouth

5.00

362.

Grafton (641) Horn Gramophone

Cleethorpes

20.00

363.

Willow Art 27 Horn Gramophone

Tebay

15.00

364.

Arcadian 108mm long case Clock (Crazed) time 6.13

Chesterfield

2.00

365.

Willow Art 75mm Ali Baba Vase with very detailed moulding

Torquay

5.00

366.

Unmarked 116mm statue of what is probably John Bull

Blackpool (Lacks crispness)

2.00

367.

Avon China 85mm bust of ‘John Bull’

Wetherby

15.00

368.

Abbey China 88mm smiling Monk

Shipton-on-Severn

15.00

369.

Unmarked 68mm ‘Model of Jacobean Font, found at Newport I.W.’ (On the base) (Quality factory)

Shanklin

20.00

370.

Arcadian 38mm ‘Tak a Thimble full’

Wool

10.00

371.

As lot 370

Sutton

10.00

372.

Willow Art 49mm ‘Just a Thimble-full’

Blackpool

8.50

373.

As lot 372

Cardinal Wolsey built ...

10.00

374.

Arcadian 60mm Pillar Box ‘If you haven’t ....’ ‘GRV’

Bodmin

7.50

375.

Shelley 157 Victorian Pillar Box

Belper

20.00

376.

Unmarked 55mm foaming Tankard

Llandudno

3.00

 

The following 7 lots have orange trim

 

 

377.

(Arcadian) 70mm Trench Lamp

Walking black cat on pavement ‘Good Luck from Teignmouth’

10.00

378.

Arcadian Black Cat 48mm cream Jug

Seated black cat with large red bow ‘Good Luck from Bewdley’

10.00

379.

Arcadian 62mm Salisbury Kettle

Seated black cat with landscape background ‘Good Luck from Upwey’

10.00

380.

Arcadian 55mm York Ewer

Seated black cat with medium red bow ‘Good Luck from Lowestoft’  

10.00

381.

Milton China 63mm Vase

Seated black cat with red scarf and swastika pendant ‘Good Luck from Shanklin’

10.00

382.

Clays 60mm big lipped Jug

Seated black cat with medium red bow ‘Good Luck from Petworth’

7.50

383.

(Grafton?) Spade Bridge Marker

Seated black cat with medium red bow ‘Good Luck from Skegness’

10.00

384.

Arcadian 45mm barrel Vase with turquoise trim

Seated black cat with large stripped blue bow and yellow horseshoe in front ‘Good Luck from Llanfyllin’

10.00

385.

Leadbeater Art 41mm Vase with two fancy shoulder handles and pale green trim

Walking black cat with blue bow in front of two green hills and setting sun ‘Good Luck from Ballinalacken’

10.00

386.

Willow 74mm shaped Vase orange lustre on the outside and mother of pearl inside the neck

Walking black cat with blue bow in front of hills with red sun ‘Good Luck from Aberdovey’

10.00

387.

275mm diam. 1982 (Cottages) Goss Collectors Annual Plate no.850 (P & P will be significant)

 

4.00

388.

Ludlow Sack Bottle

Lord Ampthill of Ampthill (Very large)

9.50

389.

Corfe Castle Cup

Mayor of Barton (As big as will fit)

10.00

390.

117mm club Specimen Vase

Gwydyr Arms

5.00

391.

87mm Jar

EDV. V1 (Very large full arms of King Edward V1)

8.00

392.

Dover Mortar (Pinpoint flake from base edge)

William the Conqueror

2.00

393.

Penmaenmawr Urn

Manor of Hunmanby (Arms of Mitford of Pitshill)

10.00

394.

70mm Urn

Leyburn (Very very large)

5.00

395.

Devon Oak Pitcher

Holt

5.00

396.

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.)

8.50

397.

Portland Vase

City of Canterbury

5.00

398.

Chichester Ewer (Small flake from inside of rim)

Umfreville from effigy ...

1.00

399.

Brixworth Cup

Arms of King Edward V11

5.00

400.

Truro Glen Dorgal Urn

Snowdonia

5.00

401.

Penmaenmawr Urn

Crest of Sir Francis Drake

20.00

402.

42mm Melon Sugar Bowl

Sir C G Antrobus Bart.  seat: -

4.50

403.

69mm Urn

Blundell Formby (Very large)

15.00

404.

Hitchin Posset Cup

Ellesmere

5.00

405.

Truro Glen Dorgal Urn

Sir W Phillimore Bt. Seat: - The Coppice, Shiplake

25.00

406.

69mm taper Vase with flat base and crinkle top

Spain (Large & untitled)

5.00

407.

Dartmouth Sack Bottle

Lord Camoys seat: - Stonor Park

22.50

408.

Newcastle Jug

Duke of Westminster

8.00

409.

Dorchester Jug

Dunster

5.00

410.

Lichfield Jug

Coleridge

8.00

411.

38mm two handled Mug

Warwick/ Guy Earl of Warwick

8.00

412.

Reading Urn

Earl of Radnor

15.00

413.

Ostend Vase

Arms of the Brockman family of Beachborough

25.00

414.

Manx Spirit Measure

Sir E. Antrobus, bart. seat – Amesbury Abbey

5.00

415.

Exeter Vase (Some gilding loss)

Arms of King George 111

10.00

416.

Ostend Bottle

Lord Harlech

5.00

417.

71mm Urn

Arms of W. E. Gladstone (Large)

10.00

418.

70mm taper Vase with crinkled rim and flat base

Witham (Very large and actually the arms of Lord Rayleigh)

5.00

419.

Puff Box and lid

Duke of Crawford (Virtually fills the lid)

19.50

420.

Large DARTMOUTH SACK BOTTLE 94mm

Full ANCIENT BRITISH ARMOURS

195.00

421.

Lots 422 & 423 as a pair with the individual lots only being available if there is no bid for this lot

 

175.00 

422.

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

 

100.00

423.

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

 

95.00

424.

55mm Cup with ring handle and Saucer (Crack from rim beside the handle)

Blue transfer of ‘Crystal Palace’, one tower, on both

5.00

425.

115mm diam. Jug Stand (Slight gilding loss)

Black transfer of ‘Weston-super-Mare’

17.50

426.

68mm straight sided Mug with square handle

Large but faded black transfer of ‘Canterbury Cathedral’

2.50

427.

Early 67mm Do. (Crack in base loops up into the bottom of the transfer

Very large black transfer of ‘Ilkley Bridge’

2.50

428.

38mm fairy Beaker

Red transfer of ‘Lincoln Cathedral S.E.’ , named on the base, all but covers the piece

40.00

429.

38mm fairy Mug (Cracked in base and through the transfer)

Red transfer of ‘Pump Room, Harrogate’

5.00

430.

Do.

Red transfer of ‘Windsor Castle’

5.00

431.

Do.

Red transfer of ‘The Metropole, Brighton’

45.00

432.

Do.

Red transfer of ‘Christ Church, Oxford’

45.00

433.

48mm Coffee Can with square handle

Large red transfer of ‘Canterbury Cathedral’

35.00

434.

80mm taper Cream Jug

black transfer of ‘The Church, Bishop’s Stortford’

27.50

435.

70mm taper Mug with angular handle (Cracked top to bottom beside handle across the base and up to the rim on one side of the decoration – the cracks in the side have had some restoration)

Early colour transfer of ‘Wells Cathedral S.E.’

2.50

436.

Early 71mm Do. (Extensive restoration around the rim)

Large black transfer of ‘St Mary’s Church, Ambleside’

5.00

437.

73mm Do. (Plain rim & extensive crack across the base and in the side)

Large black transfer of ‘Wooler’

5.00

438.

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

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

20.00

439.

Early Do.

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

20.00

440.

Do.  (Plain rim)

Large black transfer of ‘Plas Newydd Llangollen’

20.00

441.

DEVON OAK PITCHER

DEVON

7.50

442.

JERSEY MILK CAN and lid

JERSEY

6.50

443.

WINDSOR URN

WINDSOR

4.00

444.

CHICHESTER EWER

CHICHESTER

5.00

445.

PENMAENMAWR URN

PENMAENMAWR

5.00

446.

SWINDON VASE

SWINDON

6.00

447.

Irish Wooden Noggin

Derbyshire

5.00

448.

Leicester Tyg

Sussex/ Hastings/ King Henry 1

8.50

449.

Portland Vase

Aldeburgh

5.00

450.

Tewkesbury Urn

Fowey

5.00

451.

Do.

Shoeburyness

5.00

452.

Reading Urn

Ealing

5.00

453.

Exeter Vase

Shoreham

5.00

454.

WINCHESTER JACK

WINCHESTER COLLEGE

5.00

455.

Boulogne Milk Can and lid

The Seal of the Corporation of Dredgers of Whitstable 1793

10.00

456.

Colchester Famous Vase

Bromley

5.00

457.

Staffs two handled Tyg

Blackgang

5.00

458.

Eddystone Lighthouse

Birmingham

20.00

459.

Chicken Rock Lighthouse

Bromley

25.00

460.

Goss England 69mm diam. crinkle edged Pin Dish

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

2.50

461.

DOVER MORTAR

VILLE ET PORTUS DOVER

2.50

462.

PLYMOUTH JUG

PLYMOUTH

4.00

463.

PORTLAND VASE

CITY OF LONDON

4.00

464.

Do.

THE LEAGUE OF GOSS COLLECTORS

25.00

465.

QUEEN VICTORIA’S FIRST SHOE post 1901

SIDMOUTH

8.50

466.

READING JUG

ARMS OF READING/ UNIVERSITY COLLEGE

4.00

467.

Early 68mm Urn (Gilding all but gone)

Shrewsbury School (Very large)

5.00

468.

Early 70mm crinkle top taper Vase with flat base (Two hairlines from the rim and a star crack in the base)

Large spray of Cromer Poppies

2.50

469.

Stockton Salt Pot

Three sprays of Shamrocks

5.00

470.

74mm taper Mug with everted rim and angular handle

‘Robert Burns’ Grace’

4.00

472.

Prince Llewelyn’s House, Beddgelert with blue windows

 

65.00

473.

Charles Dickens’ House, Rochester with porch windows (As far as I can remember I have only ever seen 2 without porch windows)

 

65.00

474.

Manx Cottage

 

40.00

475.

Wordsworth’s Birthplace

 

80.00

476.

80mm Taper Vase with narrow neck and everted rim

Large full colour spray of Heather above Land’s End

7.50

477.

71mm conical crinkle top Vase with rounded base

Large full colour spray of heather above ‘Heacham’

7.50

478.

60mm Wall Pocket

Brentwood School

5.00

479.

76mm Do.

Queen Elizabeth (Large)

5.00

480.

Large Aberdeen Bronze Pot 131mm

Arms of Scotland/ Duke of Athole (Both very large)

25.00

481.

152mm diam. Teaplate with deep brown trim which is ever so slightly rubbed

Full Golden Dog of Quebec decoration

65.00

482.

Shallow 142mm diam. Pin Tray? with wavy rim

Verse ‘Goe not halfe-way ...’ fills base

3.00

483.

ST ALBANS COOKING POT

THE CITY OF ST. ALBAN St. ALBANS (Surprisingly elusive in my experience)

15.00

484.

DO.

SEE OF ST. ALBAN’S

10.00

485.

DO.

St. ALBAN’S ABBEY

10.00

486.

AS LOT 485

10.00

 

487.

Do.

Blackgang

5.00

488.

Do.

Coldstream

5.00

489.

Do.

Campbeltown

5.00

490.

Do.

Earl of Caithness “John O’Groats”

8.50

491.

Do.

Japan

10.00

492.

MANX PEEL POT

(SEAL OF THE ISLE OF MAN)

15.00

493.

Do.

Germany

10.00

494.

LOBSTER TRAP

JERSEY

10.00

495.

DO.

GUERNSEY

13.50

496.

Lots 497 & 498 as a pair with the individual lots only being available if there is no bid for this lot

 

11.50

497.

Lobster Trap

East Looe

6.00

498.

Do.

West Looe

6.00

499.

Do.

Callington

5.00

500.

Do.

F Algernon Dorrien-Smith ...

7.00

501.

Do.

Helensburgh

5.00

502.

Do.

Campbell of Stonefield Tarbert

20.00

503.

Do.

Thurso

5.00

504.

Do.

Interlaken

10.00

505.

AMERSHAM MEASURE

AMERSHAM

17.50

506.

Do.

Dedham

7.50

507.

DEVON COOKING POT

KINGSBRIDGE

12.50

508.

Lincoln Jack

Sleaford

5.00

509.

JERSEY FISH BASKET

JERSEY

12.50

510.

Large JERSEY FISH BASKET 58mm

JERSEY

18.50

511.

GUERNSEY FISH BASKET

GUERNSEY

15.00

512.

Large GUERNSEY FISH BASKET 58mm

GUERNSEY

22.50

513.

Large GUERNSEY FISH BASKET 58mm

GUERNSEY (The crest is so large that it fills the available shield and the banner is on the base)

30.00

514.

Unmarked and totally undecorated early large glazed Fish Basket without any shield to bear a crest

 

30.00

515.

Large LOBSTER TRAP 79mm

SERCQ (I have seen an occasional Jersey but never this before)

55.00

516.

Carlton Fully coloured Jockey, red silks with black crosses and blue hat on black racehorse with white ‘socks’ on his front legs 

Newmarket (Altogether a stunning example of a rarely seen model)

85.00