GOSS COLLECTORS’ CLUB AUCTION

 

 

JUNE 2018

 

 

 

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

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

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

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

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

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

 

 


 

 

 

Good morning all and it is all good news!

 

First off, I am delighted to say that from this month, June, the auction commission rate has been reduced to 10% which means, I believe, that it makes the Club Auction quite possibly the best place to send those pieces which, for whatever reason, need to find a new home.  I also hope that with those pieces which bear a reserve of more than a few pounds the vendors may be able to set lower reserves as very often the reserve is what the vendor wishes to receive as a minimum plus commission charges.

 

And yet more, I am delighted to say that I have received quite a bit of new stock which I will be offering over coming months.  Please don’t give up on sending pieces to me.  Experience tells me that new items have a relatively high sale rate so I am hoping that come early autumn I will again be looking for more new pieces.

 

If all this stirs your collecting muscle please let me have your bids by noon on Saturday 16th June, electronically with full address by midnight on the 15th.

 

Ted

 

 

Lot

Model/Shape

Arms/Decoration

Reserve

1.

Ramsey Cronk Aust Urn

Southsea

5.00

2.

Horsham Jug

Bognor

5.00

3.

Colchester Famous Vase

Staffordshire

5.00

4.

Maidstone Ewer

Southwold second coat

5.00

5.

Aberdeen Bronze Pot

Teignmouth

5.00

6.

Dorchester Jug

Redditch

5.00

7.

Lanlawren Urn

Sevenoaks

5.00

8.

Abergavenny Jar

Budleigh Salterton

5.00

9.

Chester Vase

Dorking

5.00

10.

Irish Bronze Pot

St. Marylebone

5.00

11.

Castletown Gretch-Veg Urn

Hastings

5.00

12.

Lewes Vase

Queensland

5.00

13.

Glastonbury Salt Cellar

Newport Mon. 77966

6.00

14.

Hitchin Posset Cup

Manor of Stony Stratford

5.50

15.

Carlisle Salt Pot

City of Worcester

5.00

16.

Windsor Urn

Lewisham

5.00

17.

Nottingham Urn

Fenny Stratford

5.00

18.

Chichester Ewer

Southport 77966

5.00

19.

Musselburg Urn

Seaford

5.00

20.

Jersey Fish Basket

City of Worcester

5.00

21.

Egyptian Water Jar

Bexhill-on-Sea

5.00

22.

51mm Welsh Crochon

Oystermouth

6.00

23.

St Albans Cooking Pot

Hawick

5.00

24.

Herne Bay Ewer

Tonbridge

5.00

25.

Boston Ewer

County Borough of Grimsby

5.00

26.

Tewkesbury Urn

Towyn

5.00

27.

Egyptian Mocha Cup – egg cup shaped – unnamed

Chatham

5.00

28.

Wareham Bottle

Sir Goddard Pemberton from the tablet …

6.00

29.

Devon Oak Pitcher

Ramsgate

5.00

30.

Salisbury Kettle

Swanage

5.00

31.

Southampton Pipkin

Ware

5.00

32.

Maltese Funereal Urn

St. Austell

5.00

33.

Welsh Milk Can and lid

Furness Abbey first coat

5.50

34.

Yarmouth Ewer

Birmingham

5.00

35.

Flemish Tobacco Jar

Ryde

5.00

36.

Brading Ewer

Hammersmith

5.00

37.

Hitchin Posset Cup

Shakespeare’s Arms

5.00

38.

Colchester Cloaca Vase

Essex

5.00

39.

Ilkley Ewer

Folkestone

5.00

40.

Shrewsbury Romano-Salopian Ewer

Guildford 77966

5.00

41.

Felixstowe Ewer

Brighton

5.00

42.

Norwegian Dragon Beer Bowl

Gravesend

12.50

43.

48mm ball Cream Jug

Brugge

5.00

44.

69mm crinkle topped taper Vase with flat base

Norwich (Large)

5.00

45.

Ball shaped Lip Salve Pot and lid

Stratford on Avon

5.00

46.

45mm crinkle top ball Vase

Wigan

5.00

47.

43mm Melon Sugar Bowl

Arms of Reading

5.00

48.

118mm cone Specimen Vase

Gorleston-on-Sea

5.00

49.

58mm Wall Pocket

Burgh of Motherwell

5.00

50.

40mm cylinder Vase on three small feet

City of Exeter

5.00

51.

56mm Cone Vase

Ilfracombe

5.00

52.

Lewes Urn

Ancient Order of Foresters (Large)

25.00

53.

Do.

Cinque Port of Rye/ Full ‘Old Customal’ inscription

50.00

54.

ArcadianWar Memorial Woodhouse Eaves’ (This is the early version without the china cross but with a slot on the top which took a wooden cross, long since gone) ‘Their name liveth for evermore’

Woodhouse Eaves

200.00

 

The crest of Witham is actually that of Lord Rayleigh

 

 

55.

87mm column Candlestick

Witham

8.50

56.

50mm Three Handled Loving Cup

Essex/ Witham/ King of France

12.50

57.

Stockport Plague Stone

Witham

20.00

58.

Cuckfield Bellarmine Jug

Witham

8.50

59.

Scarboro Kettle

Witham

6.50

60.

Hamworthy Lamp

Witham

8.00

61.

Caerleon Lachrymatory

Witham

7.50

62.

Unmarked 91mm Lighthouse on rocky base (Short firing split from base hole edge)

Witham

5.00

63.

Arcadian 96mm ‘The Cheshire Cat’ (Some colouring) ‘The Smile that won’t come off’

Witham (Dark blue)

10.00

64.

Gemma Hair Tidy and lid 68mm (Some internal staining and gilding around the lid hole is poor)

Witham

3.50

65.

Shelley 103 Newbury leather Bottle

Witham

5.00

66.

Florentine 58mm five mouthed Tulip? Vase (Rich gilding)

Witham

5.00

67.

Arcadian 69mm begging King Charles Spaniel on a cushion (Good gilding)

Witham (Dark blue)

8.00

68.

Grafton 650 53mm Vase with fluted base and foliate rim

Witham (Actually the Essex crest)

5.00

69.

Arcadian 102mm long case Clock (6.13)

Witham (Dark blue)

7.50

70.

Foley 116 Lord Byron Vase

Witham

5.00

71.

? 77mm long necked Vase with two long handles

Witham

5.00

72.

Grafton 392 Fish with curled tail and wide open mouth

Witham (Actually the Essex crest)

8.50

73.

Griffin 80mm long necked Vase with one long handle (Similar to lot 71 but the neck is slimmer)

Witham

5.00

74.

(Arcadian) Unmarked and undecorated Nurse kneeling beside an English Soldier

 

175.00

75.

Carlton Unglazed ‘Florence Nightingale ...’ with a gilded lamp aloft on a glazed plinth 180mm

Eastbourne

45.00

76.

Teignmouth Lighthouse

Freshwater

50.00

77.

Eddystone Lighthouse

Hastings

20.00

78.

Chicken Rock Lighthouse

Town of Dover

27.50

79.

White unglazed Barnet Stone with all the usual inscriptions

 

75.00

80.

Large Irish bronze Pot 69mm

Aldeburgh (Very large)

7.50

81.

Grafton 236 Horses Hoof

Shrewsbury

5.00

82.

Arcadian 253 74mm Toby Jug with verse on the back (Virtually no gilding remains)

Dymchurch

8.50

83.

Gemma Candleholder

Bexhill-on-Sea

1.00

84.

60mm Welsh Crochon

(Flag of) Portugal/ Laurenco Marques

10.00

85.

IRISH WOODEN NOGGIN

KINGSTOWN

9.00

86.

CANTERBURY LEATHER BOTTELL

THE BLACK PRINCE PEACE SHIELD

9.00

87.

Devon Oak Pitcher

Queen’s (Camb. Coll.)

10.00

88.

78mm taper Vase with narrow neck and everted rim

Large early colour transfer of ‘Rustic Bridge, Boscombe Chine’ (Altogether a very good example for an early piece)

65.00

89.

84mm ribbed Milk Jug with angular handle

The Seal of the Corporation of Dredgers of Whitstable 1793 (Very large and altogether crisp with rich gilding)

9.50

90.

Ball shaped Lip Salve Pot and lid

Birchington

4.00

91.

48mm Coffee Can with square handle and Saucer

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 on both of them)

1.00

92.

80mm taper Beaker

Schweiz (Very large)

6.00

93.

Penmaenmawr Urn

Funchal, Madeira

5.50

94.

Littlehampton Ewer

Maxwelltown

5.00

95.

Amphora Vase on three blue balls and base 88mm overall

‘Tiodhlar do Mhaise’ in blue gothic script with illuminated capitals and a full colour thistle

30.00

96.

Capel Madoc Stoup

Chagford

15.00

97.

75mm taper Mug with angular handle (Plain rim)

Very large black transfer of ‘Dartmouth Castle’ (Somewhat pale)

15.00

98.

88mm column Candlestick

Patterdale

5.00

99.

38mm Three Handled Loving Cup

Royal Leamington Spa/ Queen Elizabeth/ Bear & Ragged Staff

10.00

100.

Willow Art 52mm ‘A Melton Mowbray pie ...’

Melton Mowbray

20.00

101.

Shelley 159 Pats Hat and Dudeen

Colour transfer of ‘York Minster’

10.00

102.

Carlton Mother of pearl lustre ‘Model of Ulpha’s Horn ...’ on stand with colour transfer of ‘York Minster’ on the front and ‘Yorkshire Man’s advice to his son ...’ on the back

 

35.00

103.

Willow Art 63mm Jug

‘A Souvenir from Boolarra’ surrounds a colour transfer of ‘Memorial Park’

10.00

104.

Arcadian Devon Oak Pitcher

King Henry V with biographical details on the back

20.00

105.

Grafton 554 Crawling Baby (no plinth) with some colouring

Skegness

20.00

106.

Shelley 215 Golf Ball on tee

Sittingbourne

10.00

107.

Corona Cigarette Case

Chester

8.50

108.

Goss Postcard no.6, unused, with slight edge wear

Great Yarmouth

5.00

109.

Alnwick Urn

Burslem (very large)

7.65

110.

Amersham Leaden Measure

Leiston Abbey

6.30

111.

Bournemouth Mace Head

Battle Abbey

10.00

112.

Boulogne Milk Can and lid

Barnstaple

10.00

113.

Glastonbury Bronze Bowl

Nelson

5.50

114.

Gravesend Water Cooler

Bowness

13.75

115.

Las Palmas Covered Jarra and lid

Margate

6.00

116.

Manx Peel Pot

Morecambe

3.50

117.

Hertford Ewer

Dorking

3.50

118.

Hitchin Posset Cup

Torquay

3.50

119.

Romsey Bushel

City of Oxford

4.00

120.

Rufus Stone

Christchurch

3.50

121.

Wisbech Jug

Gloucester Ancient/ (Modern)/ See (All large)

13.75

122.

CHICHESTER EWER

CHICHESTER

4.00

123.

SOUTHAMPTON PIPKIN

SOUTHAMPTON (Full arms)

3.50

124.

COLCHESTER CLOACA VASE

COLCHESTER

4.00

125.

EXETER VASE

CITY OF EXETER

4.00

126.

Bournemouth Egyptian Lamp

Epsom

5.00

127.

Corfe Castle Cup

Great Yarmouth (Very large)

4.00

128.

Glastonbury Terra Cotta Bowl

4 sprays of Shamrocks

6.25

129.

Welsh Picyn

Lancaster

4.00

130.

Witches Cauldron (Some gilding loss)

Scarborough

2.50

131.

Twickenham Pope’s Pipe

Ryde

35.00

132.

Large WORCESTER JUG 102mm

WORCESTER (Large)

18.00

133.

Miniature WINCHESTER JACK 30mm

CITY OF WINCHESTER

13.50

134.

46mm Do.

CITY OF WINCHESTER

5.50

135.

As lot 134

 

5.50

136.

LANCASHIRE CLOG

ACCRINGTON

45.00

137.

Kendal Jug

Norwich/ See/ Priory

9.00

138.

BEACHY HEAD LIGHTHOUSE – black band

EASTBOURNE

40.00

139.

Blackgang Tower

Ventnor (Local)

25.50

140.

Teignmouth Lighthouse

Pembroke Dock

31.50

141.

Devon Cider Barrel

Babbacombe (LOCAL)

13.50

142.

Large FELIXSTOWE EWER 111mm

SUFFOLK/ FELIXSTOWE (Both large but the blues are poor)

4.50

143.

WELSH CORACLE (Ribbed sides and named on the seat)

LLANGOLLEN (Has anyone ever seen a named Llangollen coracle?)

30.00

144.

SALISBURY GILL

RSM 1658

6.75

145.

66mm crinkle top taper Vase with rounded base

Welsh Antiquities – Hat/ Red Dragon/ Prince of Wales feathers/ Torque

24.75

146.

Fully coloured half-length Shakespeare’s House nightlight on separate base (The house is extremely faded but the base is fine)

 

5.00

147.

‘Ann Hathaway’s Cottage’ nightlight (Slight loss of crispness to the right gable)

 

50.00

148.

Thomas Hardy’s Birthplace

 

275.00

149.

A Window in Thrums

 

95.00

150.

Glazed Dr. Johnson’s House

 

100.00

151.

Charles Dickens’ House with porch windows

 

80.00

152.

Wareham Bottle

Tasmania

5.00

153.

Windsor Urn

Victoria

5.00

154.

Horsham Jug

South Australia

5.00

155.

York Ewer

Fiji

5.00

156.

Newbury Leather Bottle

Cape of Good Hope

5.00

157.

42mm squat Vase

Morocco

5.00

158.

Colchester Cloaca Vase

Egypt (Crescent moon with three stars on a red ground)

5.00

159.

Bournemouth Pine Cone

Bermuda (Very large)

5.00

160.

Colchester famous Vase

Venezuela

5.00

161.

73mm taper Vase with wide neck and everted rim

Malta (As large as will fit)

5.00

162.

Kendal Jug (Some firing dust around rim)

Greece

5.00

163.

Glastonbury Vase (Slight gilding loss)

Chatelard, Montreux

4.00

164.

Do.

Republique Française

5.00

165.

Norwich Urn

Portugal

5.00

166.

Reading Vase

Belgium

5.00

167.

115mm taper Beaker

Bruxelles (Very large)

5.00

168.

74mm Thistle Vase

King of France

3.50

169.

Do.

Brugge

5.00

170.

75mm taper Mug with angular handle

Brugge (Very very large but approx. 50% of the blue of the lion is missing)

1.50

171.

Reading Vase

Sweden

5.00

172.

Norwich Urn

Arms of Lord Clinton “Lord of the Manor of Beer”

7.50

173.

Exeter Vase

Rugby (School)

8.50

174.

38mm Three Handled Loving Cup

Sussex/ Littlehampton/ Duke of Norfolk

8.50

175.

Cylindrical lip Salve Pot and lid

King Arthur buried at Glastonbury Abbey

8.50

176.

Colchester Famous Vase

Henley-on-Thames ancient

5.00

177.

Tewkesbury Urn

Arms of Canada ‘Niagara Falls, Canada’

20.00

178.

Southwold Jar

Llanfairfechan

5.00

179.

HYTHE MORTAR

HYTHE

8.50

180.

HORSHAM JUG

HORSHAM

7.50

181.

COLCHESTER CLOACA VASE

COLCHESTER/ ABBEY

12.50

182.

40mm cylinder Vase on three small feet

Arms of Duke of Devonshire

4.00

183.

38mm Three Handled Loving Cup

Kent/ Royal Tunbridge Wells/ William the Conqueror

10.00

184.

Ball shaped Lip Salve Pot and lid

Lynmouth

4.00

185.

Tewkesbury Urn

Clacton-on-Sea

4.00

186.

Norwich Urn

Sussex

4.00

187.

Reading Vase

City of Wells

4.00

188.

Hamworthy Lamp

Dorset

5.00

189.

38mm Fairy Mug

Red transfer of ‘Peterborough Cathedral’

20.00

190.

Aberdeen Bronze Pot

Breadalbane

5.00

191.

Lewes Vase

Sussex

3.00

192.

Plymouth Jug

Devon

4.00

193.

Ostend Tobacco Jar

Brugge (LOCAL)

7.00

194.

Dorchester Jug

Bruxelles

3.00

195.

Nottingham Urn

Sepia transfer of ‘Byland Abbey’

60.00

196.

LEWES VASE

LEWES

5.00

197.

Cylindrical Lip Salve Pot and lid

City of Canterbury

3.00

198.

Penmaenmawr Urn

Carnarvonshire

3.00

199.

Reading Urn

Sepia transfer of ‘Stafford Castle’

40.00

200.

Newcastle Jug

(Shield of) Arms of King Edward V11/ Sandringham

7.00

201.

Tewkesbury Urn

Furness Abbey 1st coat

4.00

202.

Glastonbury Terracotta Bowl

Tintern Abbey

3.00

203.

Hawes Urn (Slight gilding loss)

R.F.C.

35.00

204.

Portland Vase

Let Glasgow Flourish

2.00

205.

Walmer Vase

Gwydyr Arms

4.00

206.

Southport Vase

City of Perth

12.50

207.

Ipswich Ancient Ewer

United South Africa

4.00

208.

Jersey Fish Basket

Z.A.R.

10.00

209.

York Urn

South Australia

5.00

210.

Musselburg Urn

Amiens

5.00

211.

Horsham Jug

Arms of His Majesty Alfonso X111 King of Spain

5.00

212.

Hornsea Atwick Vase

Sevilla

10.00

213.

45mm Bagware Vase

Edinburgh University

5.00

214.

Hitchin Posset Cup

Zurich

12.50

215.

Chester Vase

Genf (The German version of Geneva)

12.50

216.

38mm Three Handled Loving Cup

Yorkshire/ Flamborough/ H.M. Queen Victoria

5.00

217.

Early 112mm taper Beaker

Very large black transfer of ‘Durham Cathedral’/ 2 sprays of forget me nots

20.00

218.

Glastonbury Ewer

Colour transfer of ‘The Village Pond, Chiddingfold’

20.00

219.

Tewkesbury Urn

Sepia transfer of ‘Arundel Castle’

5.00

220.

Glastonbury Vase

Sepia transfer of ‘York Minster, west front’

15.00

221.

Reading Urn

Sepia transfer of ‘The Parish Church, Bedford’

15.00

222.

Goss England 58mm Egg Cup

Late colour transfer of ‘First and Last House, Lands End’

5.00

223.

(Goss England) 101mm taper Beaker

Large late colour transfer of ‘First and Last House, Lands End’

5.00

224.

45mm Bagware Vase

Large spray of full colour Thistles

5.00

225.

62mm Welsh Crochon

London University

7.50

226.

Newcastle Jug

See of Man Ancient

4.00

227.

Guildford Vase

Dewsbury

5.00

228.

Kendal Jug

Cambridge

4.00

229.

Do.

Sidmouth

4.00

230.

Egyptian Water Jar

Cheshire

4.00

231.

144mm sq. Teapot Stand

Large red transfer of ‘Tintern Abbey’ which is rubbed and the title has been re-inscribed using black pen

5.00

232.

A Cottage Pottery TRIO consisting of 72mm Cup, Saucer and 157mm diam. Teaplate all with black, or is it very very dark brown, trim which is rubbed on the Cup and slightly so on the Saucer

 

5.00

233.

Large Hereford Kettle 121mm and lid (There has been a re-build of the rim above the first crest and a crack loops down from the rim to the top of the other crest)

Duke of Hamilton “Brodick”/ Arms for Burns (Both very large)

2.50

234.

Large York Ewer 130mm

Lancashire/ Earl of Derby (Both large)

7.50

235.

Large Brading Ewer 118mm

Barmouth/ Arms of Owen Glyndwr (Both large)

7.50

236.

144mm sq. Teapot Stand (A couple of corners chipped, some gilding loss and verse a little rubbed)

Arms of Scotland/ Perthshire/ Aberfeldy/ Sir William Wallace/ Robert Burns’ Grace

2.50

237.

Large Swiss Cowbell 72mm

Marquis of Bath (As large as will fit)

7.50

238.

Bournemouth Egyptian Lamp

See of Ely

7.50

239.

Gloucester Jug

King Caractacus

20.00

240.

Hunstanton Ewer

Arms of late Lord Crewe bishop ...

5.00

241.

Glastonbury Terracotta Bowl

Weybridge

4.00

243.

Hastings Kettle

Menzies of Menzies

15.00

244.

Tonbridge Ewer

Manor of Chirk

5.00

245.

Colchester famous Vase

Earl of Seafield

15.00

246.

Glastonbury Vase

See of Chelmsford

5.00

247.

Egyptian Water Jar

Lord Ellenborough seat: - Windlesham Court, Surrey

20.00

248.

Cornish Bussa

Sir John Radcliffe purchased in 1713 the Manor of Wolverton

15.00

249.

Carnarvon Ewer

Man of Ross

5.00

250.

Looe Ewer

Henry of Blois founder ...

5.00

251.

Chichester Ewer

Earl of Dartmouth

15.00

252.

York Urn

Cardinal Wolsey built ...

4.00

253.

38mm two handled Mug

City of Worcester/ See

4.00

254.

Large CAMBRIDGE PITCHER 112mm

CAMBRIDGE (Very large)

8.00

255.

Romsey Bushel

Havant

4.00

256.

ABERDEEN BRONZE POT

ARMS OF ABERDEEN

5.50

257.

Blackgang Cannon

Walter de Bolbec founder of ...

6.00

258.

Eton Vase

Windsor (LOCAL)

3.50

259.

Lots 260 & 261 as a pair with the individual lots only being available if there is no bid for this lot

 

85.00

260.

(Savoy) Seemingly unrecorded 100mm wingspan Butterfly or Moth the eyes pierced as if there had originally been metal antenna and the underside of the body similarly pierced for hanging? Very fragile so remarkable to have survived.

Southend on Sea

50.00

261.

As lot 260 but very slight manufacturing/firing imperfection to the top of the uncrested wing.

Southend on Sea

45.00

 

The three lots above will be illustrated

 

 

262.

Savoy 483 Bell Tent (Good gilding)

Southsea

9.50

263.

Savoy 127 & 428 Bathing machine ‘Morning Dip’

Southampton

10.00

264.

Carlton 525 122mm Old English Sun-dial with usual inscriptions

City of Bangor

5.00

265.

Porcelle Walking Lion ‘Be Briton still, to Britain true...’ by ‘Burns’

Leicester

10.00

266.

Savoy Grotesque Fish as a Vase with wide gape of its mouth 65mm

Henley-on-Thames 1624

10.00

267.

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

Woolacombe

75.00

268.

Burns’ Cottage (Short firing flaw on the backslope of the roof beside the middle chimney)

 

20.00

269.

77mm long Shakespeare’s House

 

5.00

270.

57mm Wall Pocket

Ancient Kings of Cornwall

5.00

271.

Miniature Teapot without lid

Forget me nots

7.50

272.

Do.

Blue and gold dots

5.00

273.

Miniature Sugar Basin

Forget me nots

10.00

274.

31mm Jug and 40mm diam. Bowl

Blue and gold dots

10.00

275.

70mm diam. crinkle edged Pin Dish

Full colour depiction of Trusty Servant fills the base

10.00

276.

BOURNEMOUTH MACE HEAD

BOURNEMOUTH

15.00

277.

ITALIAN KRATER

INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE OF GOSS COLLECTORS

100.00

278.

PETERBOROUGH TRIPOD

CITY OF PETERBOROUGH/ SEE/ CATHEDRAL

5.00

279.

Uncrested QUEEN VICTORIA’S FIRST SHOE – pre 1901

 

20.00

280.

White glazed ST. IVES FONT

ST. IVES

75.00

281.

ST NEOTS URN

ST NEOTS

8.00

282.

122mm diam., without the handles, WINCHESTER BUSHEL uncrested but with the usual inscription and symbols

 

300.00

283.

Witch’s Cauldron

Stratford on Avon (LOCAL)

5.00

284.

45mm WINCHESTER JACK

TRUSTY SERVANT

12.50

285.

Terracotta Teapot and lid, which is loose so may or may not be the original pairing 150mm overall (A couple of small nicks from base rim) The base is decorated as top left of page 268 of Pine’s Arms & Decorations the lid in stylised floral pattern with black criss cross below.

 

30.00

286.

Goss and Peake Tobacco Jar and lid (A couple of fairly large chips from lid rim edge one largely inside) decorated with four black Greek? Figures – seated God/ King, Guard holding a spear (twice) and female figure

 

30.00

287.

Christchurch Romano-British Urn

Spray of heather above ‘Henley’

15.00

288.

Miniature Bagware Teapot with the usual white cord, there is a lid which looks OK but is not Goss

Paignton 77966

5.00

289.

77mm Bagware cream Jug (Flake/chip from spout)

Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee 1889 (Seemingly the celebrations went on for years)

2.50

290.

53mm ball cream Jug

‘Ni wyr dyn ddolur y llall’ in blue Gothic script with illuminated capital

12.50

291.

90mm wide basically round Candle Holder undecorated but with a miniature Lincoln Imp on the front of the sconce (Behind the Imp a section of the rim has been re-affixed)

 

5.00

292.

90mm wide basically round Candle Holder

A flight of 4 Seagulls

12.50

293.

Goss 420mm Doll with no.5 on the back of her head and ‘Goss G12’ impressed into the back of her neck. Her arms are china, her legs stuffed, she has painted eyes and what is, probably, red mohair hair.  Her clothing, including underclothing is, I believe, original including her straw floral style bonnet and blue paper bootees.  In remarkably good condition, especially her face, except that she has lost her right thumb.  (This ‘new to the market’ as I believe it has returned from Australia where she has spent the overwhelming majority of her life)

 

500.00

294.

Christchurch Bowl (Rubbed gilding)

Sepia transfer of ‘Boston Church’

10.00

295.

Devizes Cup (Extensively, albeit faintly, cracked to which some restoration has been attempted)

Sepia transfer of ‘Penmaenmawr, Dwygyfylchi Village’

2.50

296.

Devizes Cup

Sepia transfer of ‘Pershore Abbey’

20.00

298.

81mm Diamond Mouth Vase

Large sepia transfer of ‘The Old Fort, Cornwall, Ont.’

100.00

299.

110mm Scent Bottle Shaped Vase (A looping crack leaves the transfer bottom left goes down to near the base then back up again)

Very large sepia transfer of ‘Chateau Laurier, Ottawa, Canada’

15.00

300.

Early 72mm taper Vase with wide neck and everted rim

Very large sepia transfer of ‘Bisham Abbey’

5.00

301.

49mm Coffee Can with square handle

Sepia transfer of ‘The Church, Tregaron’

15.00

302.

Late style 65mm footed Cup only with ring handle (Crack from rim at the side)

Very large black transfer of ‘Crystal Palace’ (Both towers)

2.50

303.

48mm Taper Sugar Basin

Large black transfer of ‘Dunster Market House and Castle’

30.00

304.

Early 98mm Jar with curved and footed base and, relatively, narrow top (Poor gilding and crack from rim above the transfer loops right and goes down beside the decoration before looping into it near the bottom)

Large early colour transfer of ‘Wells Cathedral, W.’

5.00

305.

96mm taper Beaker (Nasty crack through the first transfer and ugly star crack below the second)

Very large black transfer of ‘The Ladies of Llangollen’/ Large ‘Plas Newydd, Llangollen’

1.00

306.

Early 95mm taper Beaker (Plain rim & crack loops in and out of the base starting below the right side of the transfer)

Very large pale black transfer of ‘Blarney Castle’

1.00

307.

Large BATH EWER 128mm

BATH/ SEE

18.50

308.

67mm straight sided Mug with square handle

Large ‘N’ in bright forget me nots

18.50

309.

Very early and with precious little gilding remaining and a few firing blackheads 68mm Cream Jug and 98mm dia. Bowl both sea-urchin design (I can only find a mark on the bowl.)

 

75.00

310.

BOULOGNE MILK CAN and lid

BOULOGNE-SUR-MER

20.00

311.

Large early Newbury Leather Bottle 112mm

Glasgow (NOT Let Glasgow Flourish!)/ University (Both very large)

7.50

312.

Ostend Tobacco Jar

Charterhouse

6.00

313.

Do.

Manchester Grammar School

6.00

314.

Exeter Vase

Victoria University Manchester (These are the arms usually entitled Owens College – which is part of Manchester University)

6.00

315.

45mm Bagware Vase

University College, Reading

5.00

316.

Late style 70mm Cream Jug

Farquharson of Invercauld “Braemar”

4.00

317.

57mm goblet Egg Cup

Westward Ho (sic)

4.00

318.

Late 68mm Cup & 144mm diam. dished Saucer

Both have late colour transfers of ‘North Cascade and Tower’ at the Glasgow 1938 exhibition

5.00

319.

Grafton 448 Yacht with billowing sail ‘Polly’

Poole

10.00

320.

Arcadian Witches’ Cauldron (Poor gilding)

Colour transfer of an Irish Harpist

6.00

321.

Arcadian Lichfield Jug with green trim

Colour transfer of ‘Old King Cole’ being the enthroned King in front of the fiddlers three

6.00

322.

Arcadian 40mm Mug (Some gilding loss)

Basically green transfer of ‘The Cerne Abbey Giant 180 feet in height’

6.00

323.

Grafton 339 (similar to 319) 155mm seated comical Cat with green bow. One yellow bead eye the other replaced, not matching (Flake from front tip of raised left ear)

Shrewsbury

5.00

324.

Florentine 60mm Vase

University College Reading

4.00

325.

Carlton 32mm deep red bowl with black trim

Colour transfer of two fishing boats (Inside)

5.00

326.

Swan 153 Two handled Trophy?

King George 1V/ List of notable events during his reign

20.00

327.

Arcadian 575 46mm crinkle top Ball Vase

King William. 1V/ List of notable events during his reign

20.00

328.

Swan Coal Scuttle?

King William 1/ List of notable events during his reign

20.00

329.

Swan 292 Chinese Vase

King William 111/ List of notable events during his reign

20.00

330.

(Saxony) 90mm long Ross on Wye Town Hall (The gilding above the arches rubbed)

Ross on Wye (The wording pale)

20.00

331.

Saxony 72mm long Ross on Wye Town Hall (Strong gilding)

Ross on Wye

30.00

332.

Carlton ‘Pump House ...’

Harrogate

25.00

333.

A PAIR of Goss (England) rectangular box Ashtrays (Some glazing but not, in my opinion, overly detrimental) both having a large colour transfer of ‘Burns’ Cottage at Alloway Ayr’ down one side the other side has a colour depiction of Burns and the ends ‘Lucky White Heather’/ ‘Glasgow’ below a colour Thistle

 

20.00

 

The following ‘Christening Mugs’ all, bar one, benefit from strong gilding and bright unfaded forget me nots

 

 

334.

71mm taper Mug with everted rim and angular handle

‘O’ in forget me nots

20.00

335.

70mm taper Mug with angular handle (Ever ever so slight gilding loss compared with perfection)

‘G’ in forget me nots

20.00

336.

66mm straight sided Mug with square handle

‘E’ in forget me nots

20.00

337.

96mm taper Beaker

‘B’ in forget me nots

20.00

338.

Do.

‘C’ in forget me nots

20.00

339.

Early 70mm taper Mug with everted rim and angular handle (Plain rim)

Three large, and bright, early, forget me not spays

20.00

340.

74mm taper Mug with angular handle

G & M 1911 (Very large & bright)

15.00

341.

78mm diam. Puff Bowl (ungilded rim) and lid

G & M 1911 (As big as will fit and very crisp)

15.00

342.

98mm diam. Jug Stand

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

17.50

343.

Early 68mm crinkle top Ball Vase (Plain rim)

Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee 1887 and Garter Star

20.00

344.

Chichester Urn (Plain rim)

Full ‘Edward the Peacemaker’ decorations (As big as will fit)

30.00

345.

As lot 344

Stanley, King of Man (Very large)

10.00

346.

Bolton Abbey Wine Cooler

Arms of Duke of Devonshire

12.50

347.

CANTERBURY LEATHER BOTTELL

CITY OF CANTERBURY

2.50

348.

CARLISLE SALT POT

CARLISLE ANCIENT MODERN

2.50

349.

CORFE CASTLE CUP

CORFE-CASTLE (Very large)

10.00

350.

JERSEY FISH BASKET

JERSEY

7.50

351.

JERSEY MILK CAN and lid

JERSEY

7.50

352.

As lot 351

 

7.50

353.

GUERNSEY MILK CAN and lid

GUERNSEY

10.00

354.

LLANDUDNO LITTLE ORME VASE

LLANDUDNO

17.50

355.

SALISBURY JACK

CR1646

6.00

356.

SCARBOROUGH JUG

SCARBOROUGH

2.50

357.

SOUTHAMPTON PIPKIN

SOUTHAMPTON

2.00

358.

WELSH MILK CAN and lid

COLWYN BAY

7.50

359.

Do. but without its lid

COLWYN BAY

2.50

360.

WEYMOUTH VASE

ARMS OF WEYMOUTH AND MELCOMBE REGIS

3.50

361.

45mm WINCHESTER JACK

CITY OF WINCHESTER

2.50

362.

Clifton 284 Old Warming Pan

Congleton

7.50

363.

Carlton 392 Old Warming Pan ‘Sally warm the Bed’

St. Ives (Hunts)

10.00

364.

Arcadian Bellows

Dymchurch

10.00

365.

Do.

East Molesey

10.00

366.

Unmarked Gramophone in cabinet with lid partially raised (Area of firing damage top left of front)

Guernsey

5.00

367.

Unmarked 150mm long Lute

‘Good luck from Waterford’ below a bunch of Shamrocks

30.00

368.

Victoria China Garden Roller (Rich gilding)

Keswick

7.50

369.

Grafton 374 Hand Pump with trough

Southport (77966)

10.00

370.

(Grafton?) 80mm diam. complete, no wedge out, ‘Prime Cheddar Cheese’ with long inscription on the base

Cheddar

12.50

371.

Carlton Ulpha’s Horn on plinth 72mm with Ripon Hornblower on the back

Ripon

20.00

372.

Wilton 104mm Irish Harp with green Shamrocks

Aberdare

8.50

373.

Arcadian Irish? Three sided 83mm Spinning Wheel

Limavady

25.00

374.

Savoy 68 & 564 135mm long Mons Meg?

Cheddar

20.00

375.

Willow Leominster Ducking Stool with inscription detailing its last use on the base

Leominster

50.00

376.

Foreign 94mm wicker Bathing Chair with coloured bathing beauty sat inside

Villa Cardiff

15.00

377.

Wilton Mother of pearl drunken Tramp? slumped down but still holding his foaming pint beside a milestone which is inscribed on the front ‘It’s better to be alive ...’

Warwick (On the back)

50.00

378.

Unmarked Statue of ‘Highland Mary’ on columnar plinth 135mm overall

Ayr

10.00

379.

Arcadian 100mm bust of ‘John Bull’ (The gilding from his white hat brim is all but gone)

Swansea

10.00

380.

Swan 57mm cream Jug with deep green trim

Two, black Cockerels with orange combs and wattle one bent down seemingly pecking at an insect in the green grass

15.00

 

The following three items are all glazed, and in the case of the Milk Can gilded, but totally without decoration – and re-state my view that these were stolen from the production line not traveller’s samples.

 

 

381.

Medium Guernsey Milk Can and lid 124mm overall

 

17.50

382.

Boulogne Sedan Chair

 

17.50

383.

Teignmouth Lighthouse

 

20.00

384.

CIRENCESTER EWER

INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE OF GOSS COLLECTORS

125.00

385.

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

Kent/ Broadstairs/ King William Rufus

75.00

386.

SHETLAND PONY

LERWICK, SHETLAND ISLES

175.00

387.

AYLESBURY DUCK

AYLESBURY

150.00

388.

PORTLAND LIGHTHOUSE – brown band

THE ISLAND & ROYAL MANOR OF PORTLAND URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL

60.00

389.

101mm fully coloured bust of Ann Hathaway on two books (Nice one)

 

70.00

390.

102mm fully coloured bust of Shakespeare on two books copied from the monument

 

25.00

391.

160mm Do.  (Slight oxidation of the books)

 

20.00

392.

200mm Do  (The blacks lack crispness especially on the two book plinth)

 

20.00

393.

White unglazed SHAKESPEARE’S FONT

STRATFORD-ON-AVON

10.00

393A.

Arcadian 41mm Acorn

Rickmansworth 1215 Henry 111 granted market 1272

3.00

394.

Kininmonth Moss Pot

Aylesbury

8.50

395.

Norwegian Bucket

Hemel Hempstead

10.00

396.

Reading Jug

Hemel Hempstead

5.00

397.

85mm diam. crinkle edged Pin Dish

Hemel Hempstead

5.00

398.

Hunstanton Ewer

Rickmansworth

5.00

399.

Rochester Bellarmine Jug

Rickmansworth

5.00

400.

Stockport Plague Stone

Rickmansworth

12.50

401.

Abergavenny Jar

Tring

5.00

402.

Chichester Ewer

Hertfordshire

5.00

403.

Laxey Gretch-Veg Urn

Hertfordshire (Outside)

5.00

404.

HERTFORD EWER

ARMS OF HERTFORD

17.50

405.

Large Maidstone Ewer 137mm

Hertfordshire/ Hoddesdon (Both large)

8.50

406.

Nottingham Urn

Harpenden

5.00

407.

Rayleigh Cooking Pot

The Hertfordshire Regiment

75.00

408.

38mm Three Handled Loving Cup

Hertfordshire/ Rickmansworth/ Arms of King Edward V11

7.50

409.

Do.

Buckinghamshire/ Aylesbury/ K. Henry 111

7.50

410.

60mm Do. (Crack virtually top to bottom through third crest)

Barnard-Castle/ North Eastern County School/ Bernard Balliol founded Barnard Castle 1112 (All large)

2.50

411.

Laxey Gretch-Veg Urn

Ancient Arms of Bedford (Outside)

5.00

412.

Colchester Cloaca Vase

Thaxted

5.00

413.

Caerleon Lamp

Lord Harlech

5.00

414.

Antwerp Oolen Pot

Herefordshire/ St. Katherine’s College, Ledbury founded by …./ Hugh Foliot, Bishop 1219-34 founded …

12.50

415.

Newcastle Jug

Victoria University (Manchester)

6.50

416.

40mm fairy Beaker

Dulwich College

6.50

417.

44mm Bagware Vase

Brighton Grammar School

8.50

418.

Glastonbury Terracotta Bowl

Floreat Rugbaea (The crest of the School not the town using the school crest – in my experience seldom seen)

10.00

419.

69mm Urn

New Coll. (Very large)

10.00

420.

Staffs one handled Tyg

University Coll.

10.00

421.

37mm Sugar Bowl with minimal frills

Kings

10.00

422.

Do.

Sidney Sussex

10.00

423.

Dorchester Jug

Merchant Taylor’s School

7.50

424.

46mm crinkle top Ball Vase

(Seal of) Aberayron Urban District Council

5.00

425.

Glazed First and Last House Nightlight with green door and brown chimneys (A super example)

 

250.00

426.

Glazed First and Last House with black door and pale grey roof (Very crisp)

 

60.00

427.

Cat-and-Fiddle Inn

 

175.00

428.

Old Maids Cottage, Lee

 

110.00

429.

First and Last Post Office

 

275.00

430.

Birthplace of Thomas Hardy

 

400.00

431.

St. Catherine’s Chapel, Abbotsbury

 

245.00

432.

Goss Oven with brown chimney

 

200.00

433.

Lloyd George’s early home with annexe

 

135.00

434.

Prince Llewelyn’s House, Beddgelert

 

125.00

435.

48mm Bagware Cup and Saucer

Exmouth (Large on both)

5.00

436.

49mm Do.

Oban (Large on the Cup)

5.00

437.

Welsh Milk Can and lid (Although the lid looks OK it is not Goss)

Biggleswade

5.00

438.

Nottingham Ewer

G & M 1911

7.50

439.

Hamworthy Lamp

Royal Burgh of Rothesay

5.00

440.

Eddystone Lighthouse

Mundesley

12.50

441.

Bournemouth Egyptian Lamp

Arms of Bridgwater

8.50

442.

QUEEN VICTORIA’S FIRST SHOE – POST 1901

SIDMOUTH

15.00

443.

Do.

Coleshill

8.50

444.

74mm taper Vase with wide neck and everted rim

Four Flags of the Allies on a white background to the banner (There is a minuscule flake of blue missing from the Tricolour)

5.00

445.

70mm crinkle top Taper Vase with flat base

Very large black transfer of ‘Raglan Castle’

15.00

446.

104mm Amphora Vase with two butterfly handles

Republique Française / Monte Carlo (Both very large but the blue of the first crest is quite badly degraded)

8.50

447.

Goss England 137mm Bridesmaid with yellow crinoline with lilac edging and bonnet

 

150.00

448.

White glazed Lucerne Lion with spear broken off but the damage has been glazed over which implies it was damaged in production and it is as it left the factory

Blackpool

25.00

449.

Carlton ‘Model of British minesweeper …’

Aberdeen

50.00

450.

Arcadian Battleship – two guns fore, one stern (The mast has been lost from its base)

Plymouth

2.50

451.

Carlton 96mm bust of John Bull white glazed but undecorated (There is a small chip to the base edge at the back which may well have led to it being regarded as sub-standard and an employee took it home)

 

5.00

452.

Arcadian Plump Irish Pig (There is a small flake from the bottom of his rear right trotter)

Portarlington

2.50

453.

40mm two handled Mug

Surrey/ Royal Military College Camberley.

12.50

454.

58mm Three Handled Loving Cup (Slight gilding loss)

City of London (Very large)/ Linked crests of Great Britian (Sic) & Republique Française/ Olympian Games Discobolos (As large as will fit)

75.00

455.

Large Burton Beer Barrel 72mm

Four flags of the Allies (White banner)

15.00

456.

86mm Jar

Seven Flags of the Allies (Gold banner)

15.00

457.

Dover Mortar

Buxton

5.00

458.

St Tudno’s Font

St Asaph 77966

15.00

459.

Large early Norwich Urn 88mm (Plain rim)

Queen Victoria’s golden Jubilee 1887 (Reg. no. 60448) (Huge)

40.00

460.

White unglazed parian bust of ‘Handel’ (Small chip from plinth edge on the side)

 

50.00

461.

225mm white unglazed parian bust of Lord Palmerston on socle plinth inscribed on back of right shoulder ‘Pub by W H Goss’ in ‘manuscript’

 

100.00

462.

Fully coloured ‘Ann Hathaway’s Cottage’ Nightlight (Both the chimneys have been subject to substantial restoration, the black of the front door has lost crispness and there is a small nick from the roof edge at the side of the rear slope)

 

20.00

463.

Fully coloured ‘Robert Burns’ Cottage’ Nightlight (There has been some fairly obvious restoration to a chip from base edge at the front below first window on the right of the door and a similar repair at the rear of the right side just below the roof)

 

20.00

464.

Totally uncoloured and unmarked Shakespeare’s House Nightlight – this appears in Pine price guides so one presumes that they exist marked, this isn’t and I re-iterate my, personal, view that it was probably stolen as I can see no shortcoming which would lead it to be rejected by quality control

 

50.00

465.

(Arcadian or Willow) Fully coloured ‘Famous Old Blacksmith’s Shop Gretna Green’ ‘Marriage Room’ (A good example)

 

15.00

466.

Goss England Primrose Yellow Bell lady

 

30.00

467.

Goss England ‘Joan’ with deep blue shading to purple dress

 

100.00

468.

Swiss Milk Pot and lid

Buckinghamshire

7.50

469.

Do.

Penryn

7.50

470.

Do.  but without lid

Eastbourne

2.50

471.

Hitchin Posset Cup

G & M 1911

6.50

472.

White unglazed parian bust of Lord Palmerston without its plinth 121mm (Firing flaw on the bridge of his nose)

 

35.00

473.

Unmarked but a quality factory 58mm diam Football with laces gilded (Neither I nor the vendor have been able to find any information about this piece it, seemingly, not being in the literature) (Illustrated on the rear cover of the April magazine)

Newcastle Football Club

100.00

474

Old Horse Shoe

London Rifle Brigade South Africa 1900-02

95.00

475.

MANX PEEL POT

Full colour depictions of ‘MANX CAT’/ MANX ROOSTER

100.00

476.

Medium SOUTHAMPTON PIPKIN 75mm

HAMPSHIRE/ SOUTHAMPTON (Very large with supporters)

55.00

477.

Large SOUTHAMPTON PIPKIN 96mm

SOUTHAMPTON (Huge with supporters)/ CREST OF SOUTHAMPTON (Large)

65.00

478.

large NEWBURY LEATHER BOTTLE 112mm

Full colour ‘JACK OF NEWBURY A.D. 1550’ (Virtually top to bottom)/ Large sepia ‘MARK OF JACK OF NEWBURY’

200.00

479.

Arcadian 163mm X 153mm wide Folkestone War Memorial

Folkestone

85.00

480.

Arcadian Killin War Memorial (Nice example)

Killin

225.00

481.

White unglazed parian bust of ‘W H Goss’ – surely every collection should have one?

 

75.00

482.

129mm white unglazed parian bust of ‘Victoria R’ with mob cap on a square plinth

 

85.00

483.

133mm white unglazed bust of Sir W Scott wearing tartan plaid on a socle plinth

 

20.00

484.

As lot 483

 

20.00

485.

132mm white unglazed parian bust of Robert Burns on socle plinth (Very very faint impressed mark top back of his right shoulder)

 

85.00

486.

160mm white unglazed parian bust of ‘Beaconsfield’ on a square plinth

 

100.00

487.

Lots 488 & 489 as a pair with the individual lots only being available if there is no bid for this lot

 

130.00

488.

White unglazed parian bust of ‘Peeping Tom of Coventry’

 

75.00

489.

White unglazed parian bust of ‘Lady Godiva’

 

80.00

490.

Fully coloured bust of ‘Lady Godiva’ on square plinth with lightly glazed hair

 

195.00

491.

Lots 492 & 493 as a pair with the individual lots only being available if there is no bid for this lot

 

90.00

492.

102mm white unglazed parian bust of Ann Hathaway

 

75.00

493.

100mm white unglazed parian bust of Shakespeare ‘…from the monument …’ on two book plinth

 

30.00

494.

102mm fully coloured bust of Shakespeare ‘.from the monument …’ on two book plinth

 

50.00

495.

158mm white unglazed parian bust of Shakespeare from the tomb

 

50.00

496.

144mm white unglazed bust of NAPOLEON on a shaped glazed plinth

ST. HELENA

60.00

497.

White unglazed parian STRATFORD-ON-AVON CHURCH FONT

SHAKESPEARE’S ARMS

20.00

498.

St Tudno’s Font

Cheltenham

15.00

499.

White glazed St. Ives Font

Dorchester

25.00

500.

Brown unglazed parian Kirk Braddan Cross

 

95.00

501.

RICHMOND MARKET CROSS

RICHMOND

70.00