GOSS COLLECTORS’ CLUB AUCTION

                                                                                        

 

SEPTEMBER 2019

 

 

 

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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.

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Greetings all,

 

 

It is now 5 years since I moved down here to the warm and sunny south west.  I can recommend it, very strongly, especially if you can get a view of the sea, very very expensive, or close by for a stroll down and to an ice cream.

 

The sales of Great War pieces goes well with several pieces receiving, and selling, for many times the reserve; very appropriate as I write this just days after the anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Versailles 100 years ago.

 

Below are more Great War pieces and matching crests at, historically, low reserves together with a mixture of all sorts.  The last few pieces are amongst the seldom seen pieces with reserves to match.

 

Bids by midday on Saturday 21st September please with electronic bids by midnight on the 20th – the earlier you bid the easier it is for me.

 

 

Ted

 

 

 

Lot

Model/Shape

Arms/Decoration

Reserve

 

The following figures should be illustrated

 

 

1.

Arcadian Tommy throwing a hand grenade

Otley

100.00

2.

Swan Tommy in bayonet attack

Londonderry

100.00

3.

Waterfall Soldier standing to attention – rifle touches cap

Mablethorpe

100.00

4.

Arcadian Russian Cossack on horseback

Mexborough

150.00

5.

Carlton Scottish Soldier standing to attention – some colouring (There appears to be a, factory original, crease in the base edge which you would struggle to see when on display)

Aberdeen

150.00

6.

Unmarked 105mm John Bull with bulldog at his feet

Shrewsbury

15.00

7.

Crown China 116mm John Bull wearing coloured Union Flag waistcoat with bulldog beside his left leg – black top hat, orange bow tie and red, white & blue collar on the bulldog

Sandbach

50.00

8.

(Grafton) Over the top (There is a small flake from the base, not at the edge! which may well be factory original as the piece is unnamed and is ungilded)

Bath

50.00

9.

(H & L) 174mm unglazed bust of Albert, King of the Belgians inscribed in manuscript on the back ‘By G S Chadwick Copyright Oct 29th 1914’ (Unfortunately he has a firing crease in his forehead/ between his eyes which does him no favours)

 

30.00

10.

H & L 170mm unglazed bust of Sir John French impressed in manuscript on the back ‘By G S Chadwick Copyright Oct 2nd 1914’ Four Flags of the Allies on front of square plinth (Russian Naval Flag) above ‘United we stand’ (The blues of the Union Flag and the tricolour have slightly lost crispness)

 

50.00

11.

Carlton 118mm bust of Chamberlain on a glazed columnar base

Birmingham

50.00

12.

(H & L ) As lot 9 with the addition of Four Flags of the Allies (Russian Naval Flag) on front of square plinth above ‘United we stand’

 

75.00

13.

Grafton 131mm bust of King George V on shaped glazed square plinth ‘The Flags of Liberty’ (I think that the base has been re-affixed)

 

20.00

14.

(Grafton) 125mm bust of Kitchener on shaped square glazed plinth ‘The Flags of Liberty’

 

45.00

15.

Unmarked 153mm unglazed bust of Kitchener on shaped square plinth inscribed on the back ‘Lord Kitchener W C Lawson scul Copyright’

 

50.00

16.

Unmarked 158mm unglazed bust on shaped glazed square plinth inscribed on the back ‘H. M. the King of the Belgians W C Lawson scul copyright ???? 1914’

 

50.00

17.

Arcadian 146 50mm Vase with bulbous base and narrow neck

Russia/ ‘War Edition A.D, 1914’

6.00

18.

Arcadian 211? 60mm Vase similar to, but definitely different to lot 17, with longer neck

Canada/ ‘War Edition A.D, 1914’

7.00

19.

Swan 575 53mm crinkle top Ball Vase

Russia/ ‘War Edition A.D, 1914’

6.00

20.

Swan 65A Peterborough Tripod

Advance Australia/ ‘War Edition A.D, 1914’

7.50

21.

Swan Derby Roman Vase

India/ ‘War Edition A.D, 1914’

10.00

22.

Swan 58mm Vase

India/ ‘War Edition A.D, 1914’

10.00

23.

Swan 365 50mm Vase with a neck

Ostende/ ‘War Edition A.D, 1914’

5.00

24.

Corona 152 97mm one-piece Jardinière flag bunting just below the rim

4 Flags ‘European War 1911’

10.00

25.

As lot 24

Llandrindod Wells/ 4 Flags ‘European War 1911’

10.00

26.

Corona 166 Swan as a posy holder with flag bunting around the opening

Arms of Norwich

5.00

27.

As lot 26

4 Flags ‘European War 1911’

7.50

28.

Corona 88mm crinkle top Oviform Vase with flag bunting around the neck

4 Flags ‘European War 1911’

7.50

29.

Corona 144 90mm column Candlestick with flag bunting around the rim

4 Flags ‘European War 1911’

7.50

 

The following submarines will be illustrated

 

 

30.

Willow 120mm long ‘E4’ (Impressed on conning tower) Submarine

Holyhead

15.00

31.

Shelley 328 E9 Submarine

Lancaster

35.00

32.

Grafton 406 ‘E9’ Submarine

Deganwy

30.00

33.

Carlton ‘E9’ Submarine with pointed nose and fish tail

City of Cardiff

35.00

34.

Swan ‘E9’ Submarine

City of Bristol

15.00

35.

Arcadian 98mm long ‘E4’ Submarine (Rich gilding)

Herne Bay

15.00

36.

Arcadian 180mm long Lusitania (4 funnels, unnamed and uncoloured)

Southampton

50.00

37.

Arcadian Super Zeppelin

Halifax

40.00

38.

Swan Super Zeppelin

Consett

40.00

39.

Corona British Airship on a stand (Rubbed gilding)

York

20.00

40.

As lot 39 with slightly better gilding but Unmarked

City of London

18.50

41.

Diamond China Airship “Beta”

Colour transfer of ‘Burgess Hill’

50.00

41A.

Unmarked Balloon with basket (Nick from base hole edge)

Great Malvern

5.00

42.

Shelley 177 ‘Model of German Zeppelin Bomb’ on the top

City of Lincoln

15.00

43.

Arcadian ‘Model of Bomb dropped from a German Zeppelin’ on the back

York

15.00

44.

Arcadian ‘Model of Bomb dropped on Bury St. Edmunds’ on the back

City of Bristol

17.50

45.

Grafton 405 ‘German Incendiary Bomb’ on the back

Sandown I.W

15.00

46.

As lot 45

Newcastle-under-Lyme

15.00

47.

As lot 45

Rouen

17.50

48.

Arcadian Sheringham Bomb with full inscription on a home-made, but superb, display stand with re-built propeller

Sheringham

50.00

49.

Unmarked 109mm ‘E9’ Submarine

Halifax

10.00

50.

W Seated Teddy with limbs outstretched

4 Flags (Russian Naval Flag) United we stand

7.50

51.

Shelley 344 Biplane with wings boxed in and moulded roundels on the top with fixed propeller (Rubbed gilding)

Wrexham

60.00

52.

As lot 51 but with strong gilding

Arms of Colwyn Bay

85.00

53.

Savoy (612) ‘Model of New Zealand Hat’ (Some gilding loss)

Whitley Bay

15.00

54.

Unmarked 93mm diam. ‘Colonial Hat’ with illuminated capitals

City of London

10.00

55.

Swan  German Aerial Torpedo

Barnard Castle

40.00

56.

Arcadian Trench Mortar on solid tripod base

Birmingham (On the front)

12.50

57.

As lot 56

Isle of Wight (On the side)

12.50

58.

(Arcadian) as lot 56 but slight manufacturing fault at barrel end

Hayling Island (On the side)

7.50

59.

Carlton ‘Model of British Anti Aircraft Moto(r)’ & ‘Victory of Justice …’ both on the back ‘RNAS’ on the side

Leeds

100.00

60.

Carlton Armoured Car with three guns on the turret ‘RNAS’

Barking

125.00

61.

Savoy Armoured Car

Maryport

100.00

62.

Carlton ‘Tommies dugout …’ ‘Victory of Justice ...’ (Possibility of restoration at the back)

Sheffield

15.00

63.

Shelley 330 Model of Red Cross Van (Strong gilding)

Epsom

35.00

64.

Diamond 219 Red Cross Van

Portsmouth

15.00

65.

Aynsley 60mm diam Disc/Coaster (All gilding, if ever there was any, has been lost)

The Devonshire Regiment

7.50

66.

Aynsley 74mm diam Disc/ Coaster (No gilding, manufacturing damage to edge and some under glaze discolouration)

Army Service Corps.

1.00

67.

Aynsley Ladies Slipper

Irish Dragoon Guards (Wording a little rubbed)

7.50

68.

Arcadian 53mm bulbous Vase

The South Wales Borderers

10.00

69.

Carlton 75mm long Boot (Haircrack from rim at the side)

Royal Field Artillery

1.00

70.

Carlton 45mm taper Beaker

South Notts Hussars

15.00

71.

Savoy 408 93mm beer Bottle

Royal Engineers

5.00

72.

Willow Art Portland Vase

Army Ordnance Corps.

5.00

73.

Willow Art 41 60mm bulbous Bottle with handle on side and small one on top, small spout

The Robin Hoods with reference to Boer war involvement

15.00

74.

Swan 60mm Jar

2 Life Guards

15.00

75.

Victoria China 80mm bulbous Vase with tall narrow neck flanked by two slim handles

The Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry

15.00

76.

(Grafton?) 47mm Golf Ball

Coldstream Guards

15.00

77.

Shelley 323 Lifeboat – good gilding including the anchor

Birmingham

15.00

 

The following Cenotaphs will be illustrated

 

 

78.

Alexandra 184mm Cenotaph with coloured wreaths and brief inscription

City of London

10.00

79.

Grafton 155mm Cenotaph ‘Souvenir Wembley Exhibition 1925’ (Lion with blue mane astride the World) Three coloured flags at the back

 

15.00

80.

Shelley 368 148mm Cenotaph with strong gilding and detailed moulding of flags and wreaths

Woolwich

20.00

81.

Kingsway Art 140mm unglazed Cenotaph with coloured wreaths

 

7.50

82.

Botolph 139mm Cenotaph ’The blood of heroes …’

City of London

10.00

83.

Arcadian 141mm Cenotaph with green wreaths ‘Model of the Cenotaph …’

British Empire Exhibition Wembley 1924 (Britannia sat on globe)

12.50

84.

Arcadian 82mm ‘Model of Cenotaph Whitehall London’ with green wreaths

City of London

7.50

85.

Arcadian 122mm long Trawler without inscriptions or gilding

Eastbourne

20.00

86.

Carlton 114mm long Torpedo Boat Destroyer with three funnels

Eastbourne

20.00

87.

(Carlton) as lot 86 little gilding and ever so slightly slimmer

Haverfordwest

15.00

88.

Carlton 141mm long Battleship with high prow and two flat guns aft ‘The great war 1914 – 1918 The German Fleet …’

Blackpool

40.00

89.

As lot 88 with ‘The Lusitania …’ inscription and full colour transfer of ‘R.M.S. Lusitania’ with three red funnels (In my view a superb piece)

 

50.00

90.

Carlton 160mm long Battleship with thee funnels, 2 guns fore 4 aft ‘Great War 1914 – 1918 The German Fleet …’

Harwich

40.00

91.

Arcadian 167mm long Battleship with two funnels, 2 guns fore 1 aft

Mere

30.00

92.

As lot 91 ‘H.M.S. Queen Elizabeth’

Henley-on-Thames 1624

40.00

 

The following black watch models will be illustrated

 

 

93.

Shelley 316 Black Bulldog in his kennel with ‘The Black watch’ on the front of the roof

Gorleston-on-Sea

10.00

94.

Asbury Black Bulldog in his kennel which has four corner feet

Buckingham

10.00

95.

Carlton Black Bulldog in his wide kennel with detailed moulding ‘The Black Watch’ above him

St. Andrews

15.00

96.

Florentine Uncoloured Bulldog in his kennel

Arms of Norwich

10.00

97.

Unmarked Black Scottie in kennel

City of London

5.00

98.

As lot 97

Southend-on-Sea

5.00

99.

As lot 97

Blackpool

5.00

 

The following Scarborough Lighthouses will be illustrated

 

 

100.

Willow Art Scarborough Lighthouse showing bombardment damage ‘This Lighthouse was damaged ….’

Scarborough

95.00

101.

As lot 100

 

95.00

102.

Willow Art Scarborough Lighthouse with extensive outbuildings 130mm long inscribed on the roof ‘This Lighthouse was damaged …’

Scarborough

115.00

103.

Carlton ‘Model of Scarborough Lighthouse …’ on the Lighthouse which also has black outlined holes front and back; outbuildings have ‘Model of Scarborough Lighthouse’ on the roof (There appears to be a crack in the base of the building but it may very well be firing damage)

Scarborough

75.00

104.

90mm Cottage Pottery cream Jug with, complete brown trim

Full colour Poppies/ Fresh from the dairy Lulworth Cove

10.00

105.

Windsor Urn

See of Southwell

5.00

106.

70mm diam. crinkle edged Pin Dish

‘Manx Cat’ all but fills the base

10.00

107.

DEVON COOKING POT

TOTNES 77966

10.00

108.

WELSH LEEK

PEMBROKE DOCK

10.00

109.

SOUTHPORT VASE

SOUTHPORT

5.00

110.

Charles Dickens House with blue windows (Would be a superb example except for almost impossibly small nick from base edge at the rear)

 

20.00

111.

Old Maids’ Cottage, Lee

 

75.00

112.

Large Chester Vase 93mm

City of Edinburgh (Very large)

7.50

113.

Salisbury Gill

Northampton

5.00

114.

Large early Lincoln Vase 88mm

Hunstanton St Edmunds/ Le Strange of Hunstanton (Both large)

8.00

115.

Large Swiss Cowbell 71mm

Waltham Abbey

7.50

116.

ST NEOTS URN

ST NEOTS

10.00

117.

ROCHESTER BELLARMINE JUG

SEE OF ROCHESTER

5.50

118.

SHAKESPEARE’S FONT

STRATFORD-ON-AVON

10.00

119.

WELSH PICYN

LLANBERIS

6.00

120.

BOURNEMOUTH PILGRIM BOTTLE

BOURNEMOUTH (As big as will fit)

7.50

121.

GUERNSEY FISH BASKET

GUERNSEY

8.50

122.

Large DARTMOUTH SACK BOTTLE 92mm

DARTMOUTH (Large)

8.00

123.

SCARBOROUGH JUG

SCARBOROUGH

5.00

124.

WELSH HAT

MERIONETHSHIRE

10.00

125.

Goss England 94mm ‘BIG BEN’ (Very top of the pinnacle missing)

CITY OF LONDON

3.50

126.

Gerrans Urn

Southwold second coat/ Ancient/ ‘Southwold Jack’

9.50

127.

Lincoln Vase

Isle of Wight

5.00

128.

Bournemouth Mace Head

Swanage

6.00

129.

Tresco Brazier

Seal of Rye

10.00

130.

Kendal Jug

Windsor (Top half of the crest lacks crispness)

0.50

131.

Boulogne Wooden Shoe

Cork

8.50

132.

Goodwin Sands Carafe

Blackpool

2.50

133.

Portland Vase

St. Helens

5.00

134.

Kettering Urn

Nuneaton Priory

5.50

135.

Hornsea Atwick Vase

Arms of the City of Oxford

5.00

136.

Ostend Vase

Birmingham

5.00

137.

Exeter Vase

Cornwall

5.00

138.

Witch’s’ Cauldron

Lowestoft

6.00

139.

Reading Vase

Derby

5.00

140.

Salisbury Jack

Hampshire

5.00

141.

Devizes Cup

Aldershot

5.00

142.

Dartmouth Sack Bottle

Arms of Duke of Devonshire

5.00

143.

Colchester Oyster Shell

Newcastle Emlyn

6.00

144.

Louth Ewer

Royal Leamington Spa

5.00

145.

Swiss Milk Bucket

Southport

5.00

146.

Manx Peel Pot

Orford 1579

5.00

147.

Blackgang Cannon

United South Africa

6.50

148.

Wensleydale Jack

India

5.00

149.

Bournemouth Pine Cone

Farnborough (Very large)

5.00

150.

Swiss Vinegar Bottle

Freshwater

5.00

151.

Looe Ewer

Burford

5.00

152.

Gibraltar Alcaraza

Lancaster

5.00

153.

Tintern Water Bottle

Newton Abbot

5.00

154.

Glastonbury Abbot Beere’s Jack

Folkestone

5.00

155.

Russian Shrapnel Shell

St. Leonards

15.00

156.

Leicester Tyg

Cornwall/ Newquay 77966/ Ancient Kings

6.50

157.

Littlehampton Ewer

Fleetwood

5.00

158.

Looe Ewer

Battle Abbey

5.00

159.

Bury St Edmunds Kettle and lid

Hythe

6.50

160.

Sunderland Bottle

Sandringham

5.00

161.

Norwich Urn

St Ives (Hunts)

5.00

162.

Lichfield Jug

Matlock-Bath

5.00

163.

Staffs two handled Tyg

Dunbar

5.00

164.

Christ’s Hospital Wine Flagon

City of Lichfield

5.00

165.

Las Palmas Earthen Jar

Falmouth

5.00

166.

Brixworth Cup

Perth

5.00

167.

Swiss Milk Pot and lid

Scarborough

5.00

168.

Japan Ewer (Named)

Worthing

5.00

169.

Beachy Head Lighthouse – brown band

Doncaster

12.50

170.

Southwold Jar

Hammersmith

5.00

171.

Norwich Urn

Paddington

5.00

172.

Whitby Ammonite

Woolwich

15.00

173.

Queen Victoria’s First Shoe – post 1901

City of London

7.50

174.

Cone Candlesnuffer

City of London

7.50

175.

Hastings Kettle

Wandsworth

5.00

176.

Godalming Ewer

Arundel 77966

5.00

177.

Lincoln Jack

Paignton 77966

5.00

178.

Pompeian Ewer – named

Newport Mon 77966

6.50

179.

Caerleon Lamp

Newport Mon. 77966

6.50

180.

38mm Three handled Loving Cup

Welsh Antiquities – Crossed Swords/ Red Dragon/ Torque

25.00

181.

56mm crinkle top Ball Vase

Blackburn (large)

5.50

182.

81mm Diamond Mouth Vase

Newmarket (Very large)

5.00

183.

115mm club Specimen Vase

City of York

5.00

184.

125mm diam. Melon Teaplate

Jesus (Large Camb. Coll.)

7.50

185.

Do.

Kings (Large Camb. Coll.)

7.50

186.

Cylindrical Lip Salve Pot and lid

G & M 1911

5.00

187.

80mm taper Beaker

Camb. University (Large)

5.00

188.

96mm Do.

Very large Old Scarleit with verse on the back

10.00

189.

Windsor Urn

Sepia transfer of ‘St Andrew’s Church, Biggleswade’

10.00

190.

56mm cone Vase

Sepia transfer of ‘Sandy Parish Church’

10.00

191.

Eddystone Lighthouse

Folkestone

10.00

192.

Leicester Tyg

Devon/ City of Exeter/ See

5.00

193.

Large Swiss Cowbell 70mm

Worthing

5.00

194.

Tresco Brazier

Brighton

5.00

195.

Amersham Leaden Measure

Beaulieu Abbey

6.00

196.

Maltese Fire Grate

Kent/ Margate

5.00

197.

Lincoln Vase

Seal of Dingwall (Large)

5.00

198.

Queen Victoria’s First Shoe – post 1901

Northampton

6.50

199.

Bideford Mortar

Hoylake and West Kirby 77966

5.00

200.

53mm Melon Cream Jug

Llantrisant Town Trust (Lacks a touch of crispness)

2.00

201.

Las Palmas earthen Jar

Manor of Rochford

6.00

202.

Cylindrical Lip Salve Pot and lid

Snowdonia

5.00

203.

Bournemouth Pilgrim Bottle

Bradford (Large)

5.00

204.

Shrewsbury Romano-Salopian Ewer

St George

5.00

205.

Hornsea Atwick Vase

Man of Ross

5.00

206.

Southampton Pipkin

Manchester Grammar School

5.00

207.

35mm Sugar Bowl with minimal frills

Uppingham School

5.00

208.

Bath Urn

Glasgow University (Very large but lacks a touch of crispness)

2.00

209.

Longships Lighthouse

Floreat Hova

15.00

210.

Dinant Wooden Shoe

Harrow (School)

6.50

211.

Reading Urn

King Williams College Isle of Man 1668

8.50

212.

Boston Ewer

University College Reading

7.00

213.

Gibraltar Alcaraza

Tonbridge School

7.50

214.

Seaford Urn

Schola Bedfordiensis 1552 (Large)

7.50

215.

Early Do. (Plain rim)

St. Johns (Large Oxford Coll.)

7.50

216.

45mm crinkle top ball Vase

Keble (Oxford Coll.)

7.50

217.

Tewkesbury Urn

St. Catherine (Camb. Coll.)

7.50

218.

52mm Melon Cream Jug & 38mm Melon Sugar Basin both richly gilded in Grey Lustre

 

15.00

219.

Norwegian Bucket

Blundellsands

7.00

220.

Caerleon Lamp

City of Lichfield

5.00

221.

68mm straight sided Mug with square handle

G & M 1911 (Virtually as big as will fit)

10.00

222.

74mm Taper Mug with angular handle

‘C’ in bright forget me nots

15.00

223.

Do. (Very small nick in front of rim)

‘N’ in bright forget me nots

5.00

224.

Basically circular Candle Holder with large frills and miniature Lincoln Imp in front of the sconce

 

18.50

225.

German Smoking Pipe (This is undoubtedly the best example I have seen and although it is missing the cork ring between the stem and the porcelain it goes together well and doesn’t seem to lose anything by the omission.)

Ormskirk

75.00

226.

Leek Urn

G & M 1911

10.00

227.

100mm cylindrical Milk Jug

Carlisle Ancient Modern/ ‘Robert Burns’ Grace …’ (Fills one side)

15.00

228.

Large Irish Mather 150mm

Easby Abbey (Red horizontal stripes on a deep yellow ground)/ Easby Abbey (Broad diagonal yellow stripe in a turquoise ground)/Doncaster (All large)// Earl of Zetland (Very large above)/ ‘Goe not halfe-way …’

40.00

229.

WINDLESHAW CHANTRY

EN DIEU EST MON ESPERANCE

175.00

230.

112mm Three Handled Loving Cup

Stoke upon Trent (Ever so slight loss of crispness of turquoise top left)/ Goss/ Outpress of W H Goss ...

50.00

231.

Norwegian Dragon Beer Bowl

Earl of Lonsdale

15.00

232.

Large MAIDSTONE EWER 118mm

KENT/ MAIDSTONE (Both large)

15.00

233.

WELSH JACK and lid

PEMBROKE (Large)

28.50

234.

Kendal Jug

Patterdale (Local)

5.00

235.

CARMARTHEN CORACLE (Named on the seat)

CARMARTHEN (Large)

65.00

236.

94mm taper Beaker

The Farmers Arms (Large)/ Verse

15.00

237.

Stratford Toby Jug

 

50.00

238.

Mons Meg

Arms of Crieff

25.00

239.

80mm diam. Puff Bowl and loose-fitting lid

Sepia transfer of ‘Cartmel Church’ covers the lid

15.00

240.

Large early Dartmouth Sack Bottle 92mm (Little gilding remains)

Altrincham (Very large)

5.00

241.

45mm Bagware Vase

Westminster Abbey

5.00

242.

43mm squat Vase

Great Malvern

5.00

243.

56mm Club Vase

Manor of Lundy Island

10.00

244.

56mm Cone Vase

North Berwick

5.00

245.

Do.

Battle Abbey

5.00

246.

40mm Fairy Beaker

Cheddar

5.00

247.

Do.

Hayling Island

5.00

248.

Cherbourg Milk Can WITHOUT LID

Clifton College

1.00

249.

Leiston Abbey Pitcher

St. Mawes

5.00

250.

Do.

Royal Leamington Spa

5.00

251.

EXTER VASE

CITY OF EXETER

5.00

252.

Do.

Kingston upon Thames

5.00

253.

Do.

Higham Ferrers

5.00

254.

York Urn

Wandsworth

5.00

255.

Felixstowe Urn

Sandown

5.00

256.

Carlisle Salt Pot

Wigan

5.00

257.

HERNE BAY EWER

HERNE BAY

5.50

258.

LOOE EWER

EAST LOOE

5.00

259.

Do.

St. Mawgan

5.00

260.

Reading Vase

Prescot (Floreat Prescotia)

5.00

261.

Do.

Carisbrooke I.W.

5.00

262.

Do.

Kettering

5.00

263.

Reading Urn

King Brute

10.00

264.

Do.

City of Leeds

5.00

265.

Glastonbury Vase

City of Winchester

5.00

266.

Devon Oak Pitcher

Clovelly (LOCAL)

5.00

267.

Do.

Okehampton (LOCAL)

5.00

268.

Windsor Urn

Ilfracombe

5.00

269.

Do.

Hastings

5.00

270.

Swindon Vase

Henry of Monmouth

12.50

271.

ROCHESTER BELLARMINE JUG

ROCHESTER

5.00

272.

Penmaenmawr Urn

Herefordshire

5.00

273.

Nottingham Ewer

Christs Hospital

5.50

274.

Louth Ewer

Lowestoft

5.00

275.

Ilkley Ewer

City of Wells

5.00

276.

Dorchester Jug

Lytham

5.00

277.

Brixworth Cup

The Ancient Port of Minehead

5.00

278.

Laxey Gretch Veg Urn

Portsmouth (Outside)

5.00

279.

Castletown Urn

Herstmonceux

5.00

280.

Medium Norwich Urn 62mm

Weston super Mare

5.00

281.

Reading Jug

Folkestone

5.00

282.

Ramsey Cronk Aust Urn

Walton-on-the-Naze

5.00

283.

Staffs one handled Tyg

Arms of Bridgwater

5.00

284.

Ostend Vase

Sandgate

5.00

285.

Do.

Witham

5.00

286.

Abergavenny Jar

Tintern Abbey

5.00

287.

Ostend Tobacco Jar

Padstow

5.00

288.

Doncaster Vase

Epping

5.00

289.

Doncaster Urn

Tonbridge

5.00

290.

Nottingham Urn

Bodiam

5.00

291.

Musselburg Urn

Coggeshall Abbey

5.00

292.

Stirling Pint Measure

Tenby

5.00

293.

Maidstone Ewer

Bexhill-on-Sea

5.00

294.

Felixstowe Ewer

Bonchurch

5.00

295.

Las Palmas Earthen Jar

Richmond

5.00

296.

Sunderland Bottle

Ramsgate

5.00

297.

Chester Vase

City of London

5.00

298.

Manx Spirit Measure

Cowes

5.00

299.

Wareham Bottle

Chelmsford

5.00

300.

Carlton 57mm mother of pearl lustre seated Monkey with brown face and yellow fruit

‘Lucky White Heather from Cheddar’ on the back

9.50

301.

Wagstaff and Brunt 84mm taper Mug

‘Chorley Jubilee 1881 – 1931’ above ‘Arnold Gillett Mayor 17th June 1931’ below a black crest unnamed but presumably Chorley/ Large black transfer of ‘Town Hall, Chorley’

10.00

302.

Carlton 111mm ‘The Ripon Hornblower …’

Ripon

5.00

303.

Unmarked Statue of C S Rolls on multi-level plinth 132mm overall

Llandudno

10.00

304.

Podmore ‘Model of Bunyan Statue’ 170mm overall

Leamington

10.00

305.

Arcadian Wee Golfer stood on a Golf ball

Bedale

15.00

306.

Arcadian Unglazed bust of King Edward V11 130mm overall in uniform on a glazed columnar plinth

St. Leonards

30.00

307.

Arcadian Unglazed bust of ‘King George V born June 3rd 1865’ in military uniform 130mm overall ‘Ascended the throne May 6th 1910’ on the back of a socle plinth

 

30.00

308.

Tuscan (Rowena) Fully coloured statue of ‘Don’ on a shaped plinth 126mm overall (In my experience all these are rarely seen and I have never seen this one before)

Port Erin

80.00

309.

71mm late style Teacup only with ring handle

‘A present from Leyton’ around a large forget me not spray

0.50

310.

79mm taper Cream Jug

‘Silver Wedding of the Prince and Princess of Wales Mar.10.1888’ (As big as will fit)

20.00

311.

67mm crinkle top taper Vase with flat base (There has been considerable restoration of the rim and below)

Wedding of Princess May of Teck and Prince George ‘6th July 1893’/ Spray of May Blossom (Both large)

4.00

312.

87mm Jar

Four flags of the Allies (Russian naval flag) (Very large and no banner for the inscription)

9.50

313.

71mm crinkle top ball Vase (Very slight gilding loss)

Four flags of the Allies (As big as will fit, banner white)

8.00

314.

85mm melon Cream Jug

Four flags of the Allies (As big as will fit, banner white)

8.00

315.

70mm taper Vase with wide neck and everted rim (Haircrack virtually top to bottom at the side)

G & M 1911 (As big as will fit)

1.00

316.

73mm taper Mug with angular handle

G & M 1911 (Very large)

5.00

317.

Early 68mm Urn (Plain rim)

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

5.00

318.

WELSH HAT

NEVIN

8.00

319.

Partial miniature Teaset comprising 70mm sq. Tray one cup and saucer, jug and sugar bowl all forget me nots

 

20.00

320.

Aberdeen Bronze Pot

Seal of Fort William

5.00

321.

Shrewsbury Romano-Salopian Ewer

Crest of Ireland

5.00

322.

Newcastle Jug

Warrenpoint

5.00

323.

Nottingham Ewer (Some gilding loss)

Killarney

5.00

324.

Pompeian Ewer – named

Kingstown

6.00

325.

Amersham Leaden Measure

Rathmullen

5.00

326.

Hereford terracotta Kettle

Coleraine

6.00

327.

71mm Wall Pocket

Stromness (As big as will fit)

5.00

328.

Staffs one handled Tyg

Kelso

5.00

329.

Dover Mortar

(Seal of) Burgh of Motherwell

5.00

330.

Tewkesbury Urn

Stonehaven

5.00

331.

Glastonbury Terracotta Bowl

Dunoon

5.00

332.

Windsor Urn

Bray, Ireland

5.00

333.

Goodwin Sands Carafe

Bishop Auckland

5.00

334.

Large Swiss Cowbell 68mm

Northumbria/ Co. Borough of Tynemouth and North Shields (Both as big as will fit)

7.00

335.

Do.

Row (As big as will fit)

6.00

336.

Tonbridge Ewer

Kent

5.00

337.

48mm Welsh Crochon

Aberystwyth

5.00

338.

Dover Mortar

Hartlepool

5.00

339.

Goss England 112mm parian bust of ‘Shakespeare’

 

8.00

340.

132mm bust of Robert Burns on a socle plinth

 

30.00

341.

Bust of Scott wearing waistcoat, jacket and cravat on socle plinth

 

30.00

342.

Bust of Gladstone with older features on socle plinth

 

35.00

343.

White bust of ‘Lady Godiva’ on square plinth (Flake from front right corner and from the side of the plinth)

 

5.00

344.

White bust of ‘Peeping Tom of Coventry’

 

30.00

345.

Stockport Plague Stone

Arms of William de Meschines builder of …

12.50

346.

Stockton Salt Pot

Warwick

5.00

347.

Sunderland Bottle

Bootle

5.00

348.

Large Swiss Cowbell 68mm

Orford (very large)

6.00

349.

Swiss Milk Bucket

St Leonards

5.00

350.

Large Do. 88mm

City of Hereford (Ancient)

6.00

351.

Swiss Milk Pot and lid

Bridge of Allen

6.00

352.

Do. without lid

Margate

1.50

353.

Swiss Vinegar Bottle

Battle Abbey

5.00

354.

Do.

Biggar

5.00

355.

Do.

Sepia transfer of ‘Thomas A ‘Becket’s Cottage …

10.00

356.

Teignmouth Lighthouse

Lampeter

40.00

357.

TEWKESBURY URN

TEWKESBURY ABBEY

6.50

358.

Do.

Let Glasgow Flourish

5.00

359.

Tresco Brazier

City of York

8.50

360.

Twickenham Pope’s Pipe

Bungay

12.50

361.

Do.

Gourock

12.50

362.

Walmer Vase

E Pluribus Unum (U.S.A.)

7.50

363.

Wareham Bottle

Republique Française/ Bretagne

15.00

364.

Waterlooville Bottle

Teignmouth

8.50

365.

Large early WELSH CROCHON 107mm (Precious little gilding remains)

ARMS OF WALES (Huge)/ PRINCE LLEWELYN/ EDWARD OF CARNARVON (Both large)

50.00

366.

Welsh Picyn

Isle of Wight

5.00

367.

Welsh Milk Can – without lid

Croydon

1.00

368.

Medium Welsh Milk Can and lid 126mm overall

Inverness (Very large)

15.00

369.

Welsh Leek

Blyth

6.50

370.

WESTMINSTER CORONATION CHAIR

CITY OF LONDON (Yes, I know that there will be many out there that say NO they are not matching but my, personal, view is that they are at the very very least appropriate – as ever you make the decisions)

27.50

371.

Winchester Pot

Paris (Very large)

10.00

372.

WINDLESHAW CHANTRY

EN DIEU EST MON ESPERANCE

175.00

373.

Witch’s Cauldron

Christchurch

7.00

374.

45mm WINCHESTER JACK

CITY OF WINCHESTER

6.00

375.

Do.

East Anglia

5.00

376.

York Ewer (Small nick from the rim beside the handle)

Surrey

1.00

377.

Large Do. 138mm

Kent/ Bromley (Both large)

10.00

378.

York Urn

Great Malvern

5.00

379.

Do.

SEE OF YORK

6.00

380.

Do.

Falmouth

5.00

381.

St Neots Urn

Cromer

5.00

382.

Melrose Cup (There is a small indentation/ firing bubble or whatever in the base which I consider to have been done during manufacture)

City of Oxford

20.00

383.

Minster Ewer

Eastbourne

15.00

384.

Mons Meg

Ardrishaig

25.00

385.

Musselburg Urn

Stornoway

5.00

386.

National Highland Whiskey Cuach

Horsham

5.00

387.

Large early Newbury Leather Bottle 115mm

Let Glasgow Flourish/ University (Both very large)

15.00

388.

Newcastle Jug

Cowes

5.00

389.

Do.

Conway

5.00

390.

North Foreland Lighthouse

Deal

40.00

391.

Norwegian Bucket

Kettering

6.00

392.

Norwegian Dragon Beer Bowl

Holt Co. Denbigh

15.00

393.

Norwegian Horse Beer Bowl

Arms of Glastonbury

15.00

394.

Norwegian Wooden Shoe

City of Edinburgh

6.50

395.

Norwich Urn

Ipswich

5.00

396.

Do.

The Suffolk Regiment

65.00

397.

Do.

Invergordon

5.00

398.

Ostend Tobacco Jar

Town of Dover

5.00

399.

Ostend Vase

Arms of Reading

5.00

400.

Do.

Ascot

5.00

401.

Do.

Perran-Porth

5.00

402.

Do.

Sevenoaks

5.00

403.

OXFORD EWER

BALLIOL

25.00

404.

Painswick Pot

Brighton

4.00

405.

Penmaenmawr Urn

Herne Bay

4.00

406.

Portland Lighthouse – brown band

Ryde

30.00

407.

68mm straight sided Mug with square handle

South Molton (Large)

5.00

408.

78mm taper Beaker

Seven Flags of the Allies (Large on a gold banner)

10.00

409.

81mm taper Vase with rounded base and everted rim

Colour transfer of ‘Stonehenge’

22.50

410.

Glazed Manx Cottage – nice one

 

50.00

411.

First and last Post Office (The top of the small chimney on the higher roof has been lost and the resultant surface re-painted in black so that it looks fine)

 

20.00

412.

71mm half-length Shakespeare’s House (Lacks a touch of crispness)

 

25.00

413.

First and Last House with cream roof, green and blue windows – nice one

 

40.00

414.

Glazed First and Last House with cream roof, green and blue windows

 

45.00

415.

78mm long Shakespeare’s House

 

20.00

416.

Ann Hathaway’s Cottage

 

25.00

417.

Do. with slightly darker roof

 

25.00

418.

Late 65mm long partially glazed Ann Hathaway’s Cottage

 

15.00

419.

A Window in Thrums

 

50.00

420.

Bristol Cider Puzzle Cup

England/ City of Lincoln/ See/ St. George

18.50

421.

Walmer Vase

Nottinghamshire

5.00

422.

Windsor Urn

(Seal of) Linlithgow – Obverse

7.50

423.

38mm Three Handled Loving Cup

Arms of Bermuda/ City of Hamilton/ Town of St. George

25.00

424.

Do.

Berkshire/ King Alfred’s Grammar Wantage/ King Alfred born at …

18.50

425.

42mm (Second size) Do.

City of Edinburgh/ University/ Arms of Mary Queen of Scots

12.50

426.

61mm Do.

Badge of Scotland/ Crest/ Dumbarton (All large)

12.50

427.

Tewkesbury Urn

(Seal of) Bulawayo Municipal Council

15.00

428.

79mm THISTLE HEAD VASE

INVERNESS

5.00

429.

Large IRISH BRONZE POT 72mm (Very little gilding remains)

QUEENSTOWN (Very large)

6.50

430.

WINCHESTER POT

CITY OF WINCHESTER/ COLLEGE (Both large)

15.00

431.

73mm white glazed and lidded Canterbury Font (Haircrack virtually top to bottom although well disguised by the complicated moulding)

 

15.00

432.

Exeter Vase

(Arms of) John Greenaway of Tiverton 1517 (As big as will fit)

30.00

433.

Stratford Toby Jug

 

20.00

434.

15mm Sugar Basin

Forget me nots

10.00

435.

32mm Jug with blue and gold dots as well as forget me nots

 

15.00

436.

38mm Three Handled Loving Cup

Ancient Arms of Bedford/ Schola Bedfordiensis/ Bedford Grammar School

12.50

437.

Do.

Devon/ Tiverton/ Blundell’s School Tiverton

18.50

438.

Do.

Surrey/ Godalming/ Charterhouse

15.00

439.

Do.

Sussex/ Brighton/ Brighton Grammar School

15.00

440.

Do.

Cheltenham/ St. George/ Cheltenham College

12.50

441.

Do.

Cheltenham/ College/ Training College

15.00

442.

Do.

Cheltenham/ College/ Dean Close School Cheltenham

17.50

443.

Do.

Sussex/ Horsham/ Christ’s Hospital

12.50

444.

Do.

Berkshire/ Windsor/ Floreat Etona

7.50

445.

Do.

Hertfordshire/ Arms of Hertford/ Haileybury College

15.00

446.

38mm Three Handled Loving Cup

Arms of Ireland/ Ulster/ Belfast

3.00

447.

Do.

England/ Cheshire/ Wilmslow

3.00

448.

38mm fairy Mug

Ely Priory

3.00

449.

37mm Sugar Basin with minimal frills

Jersey

3.00

450.

56mm club Vase

Battle Abbey

2.50

451.

37mm fairy Mug

Full colour thistle above ‘Edinburgh’

1.50

452.

116mm club Specimen Vase

Ville de Cherbourg

2.50

453.

Chicken Rock Lighthouse

Ipswich

7.50

454.

Eddystone Lighthouse

Arms of St. Thomas A’ Becket

6.50

455.

Longships Lighthouse

Eastbourne

8.50

456.

Portland Lighthouse – brown band

Brighton

10.00

457.

Teignmouth Lighthouse

Whitby

15.00

458.

BEACHY HEAD LIGHTHOUSE – black band

EASTBOURNE

15.00

459.

BOURNEMOUTH PILGRIM BOTTLE together with a stand enabling it to be displayed vertically

BOURNEMOUTH (As big as will fit)

3.00

460.

CHICHESTER EWER

CHICHESTER

2.00

461.

DEVIZES CUP

DEVIZES

2.00

462.

Large early EXETER VASE 97mm

CITY OF EXETER/ SEE (Both large)

2.50

463.

GIBRALTAR ALCARAZA

GIBRALTAR

9.50

464.

LOBSTER TRAP

GUERNSEY

8.50

465.

NOTTINGHAM EWER

CITY OF NOTTINGHAM (Archers)

2.00

466.

Large SALISBURY KETTLE 132mm

CITY OF SALISBURY (Very large)

2.00

467.

SOUTHAMPTON PIPKIN

SOUTHAMPTON (Full arms)

1.50

468.

51mm WELSH CROCHON

ARMS OF WALES

3.50

469.

YORK ROMAN VESSEL

SEE OF YORK (Very large)

8.50

470.

CHESTER VASE

CHESTER (Badly degraded)

0.50

471.

Caerhun Urn

City of London

6.50

472.

Las Palmas Jarra

Arms of Abingdon

3.00

473.

Panama Vase

Clacton-on-Sea

7.00

474.

Penmaenmawr Urn

Fulham

2.00

475.

Southwold Jar

Coventry

2.00

476.

Welsh Leek

Glossop

3.50

477.

Welsh Milk Can and lid

Laxey

2.00

478.

Windsor Urn

Earl Spencer Lord of the Manor of Barnes

3.50

479.

Savoy 296 Dachshund (A couple of firing flaws underneath)

Brockenhurst

20.00

480.

Grafton 78mm high lipped Ewer

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

8.50

481.

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

City of Manchester

125.00

482.

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

Woolacombe

50.00

483.

SWISS MILK POT and lid

BERN

20.00

484.

40mm Cylinder Vase on three small feet

Sepia transfer of ‘Great Marlow’

27.50

485.

Medium WELSH MILK CAN and lid 107mm overall

CARNARVON 11 (Very large)

20.00

486.

ABINGDON VASE

ARMS OF ABINGDON (Very large)

90.00

487.

White glazed and uncrested ‘THE MONUMENT TOWMONTED CUMBRAE’ (Impressed into the front of the plinth) (I believe this was exhibited at a club AGM some time back as possibly being unique, unlikely, but my understanding is that no one had seen another example)

 

1,000.00

488.

WINCHESTER QUART with all the usual coloured decorations – lovely example of a rare piece

 

1,500.00