GOSS COLLECTORS’ CLUB AUCTION

 

 

JULY 2017

 

 

The list below shows unsold items of Goss and other makes of crested (heraldic) china from the monthly auction of the Goss Collectors' Club.

 

Anyone (i.e. non-members as well as Club members) may purchase any item listed here (subject to availability) at the stated reserve price.

 

Orders for and enquiries about the items may be submitted by email to the club auction secretary.

 

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

 

 

 

Lot

Model/Shape

Arms/Decoration

Reserve

 

All the Trusty Servants listed below are ‘stood’ on grass unless otherwise described

 

 

2.

Painswick Pot

Ye Trusty Servant Minstead

30.00

3.

230mm shaped oval Trinket Tray with pale blue line just below the rim

Trusty Servant above gothic verse

20.00

4.

Miniature Cup & Saucer

Trusty Servant on both

30.00

5.

19mm miniature Beaker

Trusty Servant

50.00

6.

33mm Jug & 48mm diam. Bowl

Trusty Servant on both

22.50

7.

Butter Dish inner only

Trusty Servant on two step plinth (As large as will fit)

15.00

8.

Hair Tidy and lid

Trusty Servant/ Gothic verse

12.50

9.

82mm taper Cream Jug

Trusty Servant

12.50

10.

Miniature WINCHESTER JACK 31mm

TRUSTY SERVANT

20.00

11.

88mm Do.

TRUSTY SERVANT/ ARMS OF St. CROSS HOSPITAL

25.00

12.

120mm Do.

TRUSTY SERVANT on two step plinth/ Verse

40.00

13.

85mm diamond mouth Vase

Trusty Servant/ Verse

12.50

14.

Las Palmas Jarra

Trusty Servant

12.50

15.

116mm cone Specimen Vase

Trusty Servant

12.50

16.

90mm Jar

Trusty Servant

12.50

17.

Fountains Abbey Cup

Trusty Servant

12.50

18.

Truro Glen Dorgal Urn

Trusty Servant

12.50

19.

Norwegian Bucket

Trusty Servant

12.50

21.

48mm WINCHESTER JACK

TRUSTY SERVANT

12.50

23.

WINCHESTER POT

TRUSTY SERVANT/ Verse

15.00

24.

As lot 23

 

15.00

26.

73mm Wall Pocket

Trusty Servant

10.00

27.

56mm Club Vase

Trusty Servant

10.00

28.

Ball Shaped Lip Salve Pot and lid

Trusty Servant

10.00

30.

77mm Taper Mug with angular handle (Cracked top to bottom to the right of the transfer)

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

15.00

32.

70mm straight sided Mug with square handle

Large, but pale, sepia transfer of ‘Canterbury Cathedral’

10.00

35.

95mm taper Beaker

Old Scarleit/ Verse

35.00

36.

97mm Do. (Plain rim)

Ripon Hornblower and full inscription

30.00

37.

58mm crinkle top Ball Vase

“Ongar” (Fox & prey)/ Essex (Both as large as will fit)

30.00

38.

60mm Do.

Seal of Hastings – obverse (As large as will fit)

20.00

40.

Mr Punch (salt) and Judy (pepper) both in mother of pearl lustre

 

90.00

41.

Southampton Tudor House with blue windows

 

250.00

42.

82mm taper Cream Jug

Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee 1887 (Reg. No. 61464)

15.00

43.

58mm straight sided Mug/Coffee Can with square handle

The Seal of the Corporation of Dredgers of Whitstable 1793 (As large as will fit)

10.00

44.

51mm Three Handled Loving Cup

Southwold Ancient (lacks a little crispness)/ Second Coat (Blues poor)/ Southwold Jack

5.00

45.

77mm bagware Cream Jug

Crystal palace opened 1854 (As large as will fit)

17.50

46.

45mm Bagware Vase

Fleetwood

5.00

47.

Do.

Lowestoft

5.00

48.

Do.

Sir R S M Blois. Bart.

8.00

49.

73mm taper Vase with wide neck and everted rim

Bangor, Co. Down (As big as will fit)

6.50

50.

90mm Jar

Bantry (Very large)

7.00

51.

38mm fairy Mug

Clovelly

3.50

52.

Do.

Large, early, spray of Forget me nots

6.00

53.

Miniature Taper Cup only

Thistle above ‘Edinburgh’

2.50

55.

40mm fairy Beaker

Arms of Edw. Leigh White Esq. Bantry House “Castletown, Berehaven” (Same arms as lot 50)

10.00

56.

SHAKESPEARE’S FONT

STRATFORD-ON-AVON

15.00

57.

Manx Peel Pot

Arms of King Edward V11

7.50

58.

Reading Vase

(Arms of) Manners Makyth Man

5.50

59.

Hitchin Posset Cup

Cardinal Wolsey built ...

5.50

60.

Windsor Urn

Bournemouth

2.50

62.

70mm big lipped Cream Jug (Extensively, albeit faintly, cracked)

Plymouth (Very large)

1.00

63.

54mm ball Cream Jug

Large crisp black transfer of ‘Up along, Clovelly’

50.00

65.

Large Devizes Cup 85mm

Gloucester Ancient (Large)

10.00

66.

114mm cone Specimen Vase

Broadstairs

4.00

69.

SOUTHAMPTON BARGATE

HAMPSHIRE/ SOUTHAMPTON

75.00

70.

Brown unglazed Abbot’s Kitchen Glastonbury Abbey with moss effect, deep red door and blue windows

 

500.00

71.

Goss Oven – orange chimney, blue windows with green glazing bars

 

225.00

72.

Glazed Newquay Look-out House with five windows and green door

 

95.00

73.

Dr. Johnson’s House, Lichfield

 

150.00

74.

Manx Cottage Nightlight

 

95.00

75.

225mm white unglazed parian Rysbrack Shakespeare on a socle plinth

 

75.00

76.

230mm white unglazed parian bust of Palmerston (It could be ever ever so lightly glazed) (Small chip from the upper rim of the socle plinth at the back)

 

75.00

77.

140mm white unglazed parian bust of Sir Walter Scott on socle plinth with tartan plaid

 

15.00

78.

Unglazed First and Last House with green door and cream roof – a lovely clean example with blue windows

 

40.00

79.

Half length Shakespeare’s House on separate base

 

50.00

80.

185mm long Shakespeare’s House nightlight (Super colouring but small chip from back side corner)

 

30.00

81.

Ann Hathaway’s Cottage nightlight (Colouring could be stronger and some of the black ‘beams’ are starting to show deterioration to ochre)

 

20.00

82.

Glazed First and Last House nightlight with green door and cream roof (There are just signs of discolouration on the roof near the ridge line which, it being glazed, may be possible to remove with careful cleaning)

 

100.00

83.

Glazed ‘Robert Burns’ Cottage’ nightlight with pale blue windows (Small nick from the threshold and cracked across the base which runs up the front and the roof to the ridge line – the portion up the front and in the roof is very faint)

 

20.00

84.

‘A Window in Thrums’ nightlight with grey roof and blue windows

 

150.00

85.

Puff Bowl and lid

Isle of Wight (Very large)

5.00

86.

75mm trumpet Vase

See of Worcester

5.00

87.

58mm Wall Pocket

Holme Cultram Silloth

5.00

88.

Dinant Shoe

Arras

15.00

89.

Cornish Bussa

Ruthin

5.00

90.

Las Palmas Covered Jarra and lid

Ambleside

6.00

91.

Goss England Bell Lady

Shades of, mostly, blue

75.00

92.

Goss England Lady Betty (Large Y shaped crack which is principally confined to the base)

 

35.00

93.

Royal Buff 77mm ‘.... little Brown Jug ....’ (A good example except the blue capitals are ever so slightly pale)

 

10.00

94.

Goss (England) 61mm footed Cup with ring handle and Saucer (Gilding of both rubbed and 7mm shallow chip from saucer rim)

both have a mid blue basically floral 23mm deep ‘ring’ of decoration around the rim (I haven’t seen this before)

10.00

95.

Carnarvon Ewer

Seaton, Devon

5.00

96.

Castletown Cinerary Urn

Arms of Hertford

5.00

97.

CHESTER VASE

CHESHIRE/ CHESTER

5.00

98.

Colchester Oyster Shell

Sheffield

5.00

99.

Large Dartmouth Sack Bottle 93mm

Ventnor (Very large)

6.50

100.

Devon Oak Pitcher (A couple of small nicks from front base edge)

Lambeth

1.00

101.

Dover Mortar

City of York

5.00

103.

Egyptian Water Bottle

Bradford on Avon

5.00

104.

Egyptian Porcelain Ewer no.11

Walter de Bolbec founded ...

15.00

105.

Glastonbury Terracotta Bowl

Devon

5.00

106.

Large Guernsey Fish Basket 105mm wide

Warminster

10.00

107.

Guildford Vase

Lewes

5.00

108.

HASTINGS KETTLE

HASTINGS

5.00

109.

Hornsea Atwick Vase

Arms of Dundee

5.00

110.

Irish Wooden Noggin

Let Glasgow Flourish

5.00

112.

Laxey Gretch-Veg Urn

G & M 1911 (Outside)

6.00

113.

Leek Urn

Arms of Weymouth and Melcombe Regis

5.00

114.

Lincoln Jack

Hythe

5.00

115.

Manx Peel Pot

Eastbourne

5.00

116.

Nottingham Urn

Ilfracombe

5.00

117.

Norwegian Dragon Beer Bowl

Let Glasgow Flourish

12.50

118.

Ostend Vase

Hastings

5.00

119.

Painswick Pot

Clacton-on-Sea

5.00

120.

Ramsey Cronk Aust Urn

Edinburgh University

5.50

121.

Staffs one handled Tyg

Radnor

5.00

122.

SOUTHAMPTON PIPKIN

SOUTHAMPTON (Full arms)

5.00

123.

Sunderland Bottle

Cornwall

5.00

124.

Swiss Cowbell

Aberystwyth

5.00

125.

Large Swiss Cowbell 68mm (Firing blackhead on top of handle)

Frome (As big as will fit)

5.00

126.

WINCHESTER POT

WINCHESTER COLLEGE/ BADGE OF CARDINAL BEAUFORT (Both large)

18.50

127.

Worcester Jug

St. Osyth Priory

5.00

128.

York Urn

Castle Hedingham

5.00

129.

Stockton Salt Pot

Norwich

5.00

130.

Goss England 84mm CENOTAPH with green wreaths

CITY OF LONDON

15.00

131.

62mm Bass Basket with blue handle and pinched rim

Buckden (See lot 180 in the July auction)

12.50

132.

39mm melon Sugar Basin

Honiton (So large part of the banner is underneath)

5.00

133.

48mm Do.

Hornsea (As big as will fit)

5.00

134.

49mm melon Cream Jug

Filey

5.00

135.

84mm melon Cream Jug

Campbeltown (Very large)

5.00

136.

40mm cylinder Vase on three small feet

Folkestone

5.00

137.

38mm fairy Mug

City of Edinburgh

5.00

138.

45mm crinkle top ball Vase

City of London

5.00

139.

73mm Thistle Vase

Blackgang

5.00

140.

45mm Bagware Vase

Christchurch

5.00

141.

57mm oviform Pepper Pot

Bury (Large)

5.00

142.

Pomade Pot base only

Anglesea

2.50

143.

79mm Thistle Head Vase – this is without gilding or decoration and I have long espoused the view that such items were probably stolen from the factory however this has the backstamp ‘Made in England’ and has recently been brought back from Australia so if it wasn’t stolen where was it going to be finished?

 

5.00

144.

114mm club Specimen Vase

Bath

5.00

145.

86mm column Candle Stick

Torquay

5.00

146.

46mm Bagware Cup and saucer

Southminster (Very large on both)

5.00

147.

93mm taper Beaker

Cork (Very large)

5.00

148.

105mm diam. melon Teaplate

Croydon (Huge)

4.00

 

All the crests on the following Teaplates are large

 

 

149.

126mm diam. Do.

Cheddar

4.00

150.

Do.

Windsor

4.00

151.

Do.

Surrey

4.00

152.

Do.

Ryde

4.00

153.

Do.

Yeovil

4.00

154.

Unmarked Doll (Certainly seems to be probable that it is Goss) of a young Girl 440mm tall with glass eyes and china arms, from the elbows, and legs, from the knees.  Wearing what seems to me to be original three layers of clothing the outer of which is a floral print dress.  The hair is probably mohair although it could, just, be real.  In remarkably good condition with a very attractive face. (Illustrated on the back cover of the November 2016 magazine)

 

500.00

155.

White glazed Boot Black with usual inscription on the letter box (Missing, as is almost invariably the case, indeed Terry was of the view that they were made as spill holders and never had a lid, the lid of the letter box the rim of which has a small chip from it. The blacking brush also missing and there are a few very small firing spots the largest of which is where his waistcoat joins) I am unsure just when this was made but lean towards an early example as it, unusually in my experience, has a line of gilding around the edge of the top of the stand which has the look of early gilding.  The backstamp is a large gold Gosshawk.

 

280.00

157.

BOULOGNE WOODEN SHOE

BOULOGNE-SUR-MER

21.50

159.

A pair of Made in England 72mm Egyptian Canopic Jars with fixed lids as a salt and pepper with original metal and cork stoppers (These were depicted on the front of the February 1991 Goss Hawk with editorial and comments on page 8. unrecorded at that time and to my knowledge no other examples have been seen since)

Blackpool

127.50

160.

FROXFIELD BOWL (Slight gilding loss)

MARLBOROUGH

34.00

161.

MINSTER URN

MINSTER

25.50

162.

FLEMISH MELK POT

ANTWERPEN

35.00

163.

WISBECH JUG (Plain rim)

WISBECH/ SEAL (Both very large)

25.50

165.

Cone Candlesnuffer

Ventnor

7.50

168.

GUILDFORD VASE

GUILDFORD 77966

17.50

169.

SWISS MILK BUCKET

GRINDELWALD

20.00

170.

Wymondham Jar

(Seal of) Urban District Council of Slough 1894

17.50

171.

Beachy Head Lighthouse - brown band

Weston super Mare

35.00

172.

Early 94mm Milk Jug with ribbed sides and red angular handle (Slightly rubbed)

‘A souvenir of’ Tunbridge Wells (Large picture crest)

25.00

173.

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

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

10.00

174.

97mm diam. Jam Dish/ Nut Tray

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

50.00

177.

66mm diam. crinkle edged Pin Dish (Miniscule nick from one crinkle and haircrack)

Sepia transfer of ‘Windsor castle’ from side to side

1.00

179.

150mm diam. bagware Teaplate

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

60.00

180.

150mm diam. Teaplate

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

20.00

181.

Goss England Do.

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

10.00

183.

Early 78mm high X 85mm diam. ever so slightly tapered Hair Tidy? base only (Star crack in base and inverted ‘Y’ shaped crack from rim above first transfer)

Two very large early black transfers of ‘Arundel’/ ‘Arundel Castle’

2.50

184.

Early 78mm two handled Mug (Haircrack from rim beside handle and second transfer)

Two very large, basically as large as will fit, black transfers of ‘King’s College Cambridge’/ ‘Trinity College, Cambridge’

10.00

185.

Puff Bowl and lid (There is some glue inside the base which postulates a repair but my, old, eyes can’t see the problem but is sold A/f)

Sepia transfer of ‘Arundel Castle’ (From side to side)

2.50

186.

Lanlawren Urn (Crack from rim at the side)

Sepia transfer of ‘Newark Castle’

5.00

188.

55mm ball Cream Jug

Sepia transfer of’ Monmouth, Monnow Bridge’

30.00

189.

Harrogate Ewer

Black transfer of ‘Raglan Castle’

5.00

190.

Norwich Urn

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

30.00

191.

Hornsea Atwick Vase (Small flake from above base edge at the back)

Sepia transfer of ‘Ross Market House’

5.00

194.

British manufacture 84mm ‘The Cheshire Cat always smiling’

Chester

5.00

196A.

Willow Art Very very similar to lot 196 but no gilding to the face and bow uncoloured

Llangollen

5.00

197.

P 73mm seated Cat, no colouring or gilding

Berwick on Tweed

5.00

198.

Willow 67mm seated cat with red collar and bow

Cheddar (Somewhat rubbed)

2.00

200.

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

Ventnor

20.00

201.

Mermaid 92mm long ‘Manx Cat’

City of Peel

17.50

202.

Savoy 123&217 106mm long necked Cat

Aberystwyth

8.00

203.

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

Chester

8.00

204.

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

Hornsea

5.00

205.

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

Bridgnorth

10.00

206.

Savoy 118&245 88mm seated Cat with detailed fur

Macclesfield

30.00

210.

Arcadian 134mm long ‘Polar Bear’

Petersfield

30.00

211.

Warwick Same mould as lot 210

West Hartlepool

30.00

213.

Unmarked 68mm long Seal, flippers with body

Penrith

5.00

214.

Unmarked 75mm seated Teddy Bear

Hampstead

8.00

215.

Unmarked 77mm seated Teddy Bear (Different mould from lot 214 and with no gilding)

Newhaven

5.00

216.

Willow Art 112 77mm seated Teddy Bear

Clacton-on-Sea

10.00

217.

Arcadian 68mm seated Teddy Bear

Newbiggin by the Sea

10.00

218.

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

Keighley

5.00

219.

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

City of Salisbury

2.50

220.

Kingsway Art 1012 Three wise Monkeys with usual inscription in front of them on the back of a diamond shaped Ashtray inscribed ‘Ash tray’ at the front122mm long

Shrewsbury

10.00

221.

Grafton 328 84mm long Snail

City of Hereford AD1645

8.50

222.

Arcadian 89mm long Crab Ashtray

Douglas

5.00

223.

Grafton 287 98mm long Calf with cartoon on the back

Watford

22.50

224.

Unmarked (Carlton?) 110mm standing Stork

Colour transfer of ‘Round Tower, Edge Hill’

8.00

225.

Swan 93mm Canary

Marquis of Huntly Aboyne

5.00

226.

Victoria 93mm Parrot with detailed feathering

Southport

5.00

227.

Arcadian 55mm seated Bulldog

Llangollen

5.00

228.

British manufacture Standing Bulldog 105mm long (Gilded mouth)

Colour transfer of ‘Rough Sea, Blackpool’

9.50

229.

Do. (Red mouth)

Colour transfer of ‘Norwich Cathedral’

9.50

230.

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

Thurso

22.50

231.

Rita 120mm long standing Bulldog

The Ancient Port of Minehead

5.00

232.

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

Doncaster

20.00

233.

As lot 232 but very slight differences in the mould – also inscribed

Worksop

20.00

234.

Arcadian (301) 128mm long standing Bulldog

Paignton.

12.50

237.

Arcadian 65mm seated Puppy with one ear raised

Criccieth

5.00

240.

Grafton 432 Standing Scottie (Small flake from one ear)

Potters Bar

2.50

241.

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

Barrow- in- Furness

10.00

242.

Victoria Two King Charles Spaniels in a top hat

Swansea

5.00

243.

(Foreign) 48 91mm long mother of pearl lustre oval Ashtray with goggle eyed Puppy on the back with blue ears(one a little rubbed) looking at a small red lobster

‘Lucky white heather from Barry Island’

5.00

244.

Savoy 306 133mm long Double Bass

Chelmsford

40.00

245.

Germany 5182 Bellows Camera

Scarborough

10.00

246.

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

Blackpool

10.00

247.

Shelley 342 Cycle Lamp (Strong gilding)

(Seal of) Hoylake and West Kirby

50.00

248.

(Gemma) 45mm Cash Register

Colour transfer of Dog ‘Sir Edwin Landseer’

10.00

249.

(Gemma) 45mm ‘Cash Register’

Blackpool

5.00

250.

Carlton ‘Luggage in Advance’ also ‘L.M.S. Rly to Timbucktoo’ (I think but badly rubbed)

Alston

10.00

252.

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

 

5.00

253.

Willow Art Hammer Head match striker/holder ‘Matches’ ‘My Speciality is “Striking”’

Stockton on Tees

10.00

254.

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

Toronto. Ont

5.00

255.

Willow Art Standing Baby ‘Cheerio’

Girvan

15.00

257.

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

Chichester

10.00

258.

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

 

9.50

259.

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

Blackpool

15.00

260.

Foley Miniature 38mm footed Cup and Saucer

St Andrews and crossed golf clubs above grass and golf balls ‘Far and sure’ (On both)

10.00

261.

Foley 58mm Taper Cup with square handle and saucer

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

10.00

262.

Unmarked 58mm footed taper Cup with ring handle and saucer

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

9.50

263.

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

Large black transfer of ‘South Beach, Fremantle’

10.00

264.

Arcadian 95mm cauldron with turquoise trim which has a very short section missing which feels slightly rough but on examination the colouring was thick so the loss is ‘felt’

Large black cat on a pavement, seemingly, about to catch a small yellow mouse ‘Good Luck from Giant’s Causeway’

10.00

265.

Snowdon China 60mm hexagonal Vase

Owen Gwynedd Prince of North Wales Lord of Snowdon

5.00

266.

Clifton 58mm Vase with narrow neck

Helmsley Feversham Arms (I have stayed there!)

5.00

267.

Corona 50mm Jug

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

5.00

268.

Shelley 206 Cyprian Vase

Hednesford

3.50

269.

102mm diam. Jug Stand

Barmouth (large)

3.50

270.

56mm taper Cup with angular handle and saucer (The Cup has a crack in the base)

Large black transfer of ‘Barnard Castle’ on both

5 .00

274.

FOLKESTONE EWER

FOLKESTONE (Large)

7.50

275.

HASTINGS KETTLE

HASTINGS

3.50

276.

Large MAIDSTONE EWER 129mm

KENT/ MAIDSTONE (Both very large)

12.50

277.

MANX PEEL POT

(Seal of the) ISLE OF MAN

8.50

278.

Do.

STANLEY, KING OF MAN

15.00

279.

NEWBURY LEATHER BOTTLE

BURGUS NEWBERIE

4.00

280.

Medium NORWICH URN 60mm

NORWICH/ PRIORY/ SEE

8.00

281.

NOTTINGHAM EWER

CITY OF NOTTINGHAM (Archers)

5.50

282.

PENMAENMAWR URN

PENMAENMAWR

5.00

283.

56mm SHAKESPEARE’S JUG

STRATFORD ON AVON

7.00

284.

SHREWSBURY ROMANO-SALOPIAN EWER

SHREWSBURY

5.00

285.

WINDSOR URN

WINDSOR

3.50

287.

Gullane Smithy with blue windows and unrestored chimney but crest of Blackpool on gable below the chimney

 

85.00

288.

Charles Dickens’ House with porch windows and blue windows

 

100.00

289.

Thomas Hardy’s Birthplace (There is fairly obvious restoration of the left hand door jamb)

 

45.00

290.

Lightly glazed Ann Hathaway’s Cottage

 

15.00

291.

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

 

50.00

292.

Prince Llewelyn’s House with blue windows

 

80.00

293.

A Window in Thrums (Small area of discolouration above the bush beside the door and above the door lintel)

 

25.00

294.

Wordsworth’s Birthplace (slight stain on the left gable and a couple of very small nicks from the base edge at the same site)

 

25.00

330.

Stratford Toby Jug

 

15.00

331.

57mm Wall Pocket

Cambridge

5.00

333.

73mm Thistle Vase

Blue Goss – two large Thistle Sprays

50.00

334.

53mm ball Cream Jug (Plain rim)

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

5.00

335.

Very early 38mm Melon Sugar Basin (Plain rim)

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

30.00

336.

153mm diam. Teaplate

Full colour Goose Girl covers the piece

75.00

337.

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

Crest of Oxford University covers the face

75.00

338.

144mm sq. Teapot Stand

Norwich/ See/ Priory/ Admiral Lord Nelson/ Verse – ‘The quality of mercy ...’

40.00

339.

ABERDEEN BRONZE POT

ARMS OF ABERDEEN

5.00

340.

BRISTOL CIDER PUZZLE CUP

CITY OF BRISTOL/ SEE/ UNIVERSITY/ CLIFTON COLLEGE

35.00

341.

BRIXWORTH CUP

NORTHAMPTON

5.00

342.

CARDINAL BEAUFORT’S SALT CELLAR

ARMS OF St CROSS HOSPITAL/ BADGE OF CARDINAL BEAUFORT

125.00

343.

COLCHESTER CLOACA VASE

COLCHESTER/ PORT

6.00

344.

DARTMOUTH SACK BOTTLE

DARTMOUTH

5.00

345.

DOROTHY VERNON’S PORRIDGE POT

DOROTHY VERNON 77966 (Very large)

30.00

346.

PORTLAND LIGHTHOUSE – brown band

(Seal of) THE ISLAND & ROYAL MANOR OF PORTLAND URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL

65.00

347.

Large SALISBURY JACK 135mm

C R 1646/ CITY OF SALISBURY/ SEE

18.50

348.

SKEGNESS CLOCK TOWER

SKEGNESS

175.00

349.

WINCHESTER POT

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

40.00

350.

WINCHESTER POT (Wee nicks to base edge)

CITY OF WINCHESTER/ COLLEGE

5.00

351.

White glazed Troy House Font, Monmouth with coloured shields

 

75.00

352.

Early flat faced Lozenge Vase (Gilding all but gone)

Exeter (Very large Coll.)/ Large early Forget me not spray

30.00

353.

Dr Johnson’s House

 

50.00

354.

95mm taper Beaker

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

22.50

355.

Early 68mm crinkle top Ball Vase (Little gilding remains)

Crossed Flag and Burgee R.Y.S. (Very large, named on base)

45.00

357.

55mm taper Sugar Basin

3 Seaweeds all sideways– left hand middle row of page iv / bottom right of page iii/ bottom left of page iii of the December 2002 magazine

250.00

358.

Early 56mm ball Sugar Basin (Rubbed gilding)

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

25.00

359.

Large BURY ST EDMUNDS KETTLE and lid 121mm

SUFFOLK/ BURY ST. EDMUNDS (Both large)

25.00

360.

Flemish Melk Pot

Rhayader

12.00

362.

Laxey Gretch-Veg Urn

Chepstow (Inside)

3.00

363.

Leek Urn

Abergavenny

3.00

364.

Norwich Urn

Camberwell

3.00

365.

Orkney Craisie

City of Sydney

12.00

368.

Lots 369 & 370 as a pair with the individual lots only being available if there is no bid for this lot

 

25.00

369.

Stratford on Avon Toby Basin (Star crack in the base)

 

12.00

370.

Stratford on Avon Toby Jug

 

17.00

371.

126mm diam. melon Teaplate

Old Scarleit with verse below

4.00

372.

Savoy 247 Crouching Rabbit

Wincanton

7.50

373.

Savoy 288 134mm long walking Lion ‘To Britain still to Britain true ...’

Blyth

 15.00

374.

Savoy 32/154 Scottie looking out of his kennel ‘Beware of the Dog’

Carnforth

5.00

375.

Savoy 154 Black Scottie looking out of his kennel ‘The Black Watch’

Royal Burgh of Rothesay

10.00

376.

Savoy 437 Funnel Candlesnuffer

Arms of Seaford

5.00

377.

(Savoy) 395 95mm Sundial on square base

Portree

3.50

378.

Savoy 550 Seated Hindu God with turquoise blue beads

Aldershot

8.00

380.

Savoy 329 Plump comic Owl

Penzance

10.00

381.

Savoy 134 75mm Scottie wearing a tam o’shanter with red bobble and multi-coloured hatband

Southsea

11.50

383.

Savoy 268 90mm seated Cat with detailed fur

Portslade-by-Sea

15.00

385.

Savoy 299 ‘A Cornish Pasty’ with flake from edge of base hole

Cornwall

2.50

388.

Savoy 55mm bulbous Vase on three feet with two handles at the neck

Arras/ ‘Arras Great battle ...’

30.00

389.

Savoy 52mm Vase

Armentieres/ ‘Armentieres desperate battle ...’

30.00

390

Do. (Badly cracked)

Combles/ ‘Combles Great German ...’

2.50

392.

Savoy 106 56mm club Vase

Belgium/ ‘Belgium invaded ...’

30.00

394.

Do.

Amiens/ ‘Amiens Germans defeated ...’

30.00

397.

Savoy ‘Model of R.F.C. Cap’

Worthing

50.00

398.

Savoy ‘Model of Torpedo Boat Destroyer’ (A trifle of roughness on base edge below the inscription)

Hastings

100.00

400.

Savoy 523 129mm long Monoplane with rounded wing ends and moveable propeller (Rubbed gilding)

Torquay

80.00

401.

Savoy 518 Howitzer

Hastings

25.00

 

The following Trent Postcards, used, are generally in super condition

 

 

403.

Trent Postcard No.627

Brighton

5.00

404.

Do.

Rhyl

5.00

405

Goss Postcard No.1 - used- slight crease bottom left corner and very small surface loss above the Cup

Cirencester

5.00

406.

Do. No.2 -used – crease through the ‘Goss’ and small crease bottom right

Lowestoft

4.00

407.

Do. No.6 - used – very slight damage bottom right corner

Dublin

5.00

408.

Unmarked Miniature, 35mm, Welsh Hat

Llangollen

3.50

409.

Savoy 127 Welsh Hat with longest place name

Trawsfynydd (Picture crest of the bridge)

6.00

410.

Arcadian 60mm diam. Welsh Hat with longest place name

Llandudno (Picture crest of St Tudno’s Church)

5.00

410A.

Arcadian 78mm diam. Do. and blue bow

Glyndyfrdwy (Picture crest of the church)

5.50

411.

As lot 410A

Llanfyllin (Church above Red Dragon)

5.50

412.

Carlton Welsh Hat with deep orange tracery band

Festiniog

5.00

413.

Caledonia 78 Welsh Hat

Mold

5.00

414.

Shelley 154 Uncoloured Welsh Hat

Colour transfer of ‘A Welsh Woman’

10.00

415.

Shelley 154 Black Welsh Hat with deep orange hatband

Snowdon

10.00

416.

Porcelle Welsh Hat

Bettws-y-Coed (Picture crest)

5.00

417.

Wilton 69mm Welsh Hat

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

5.00

418.

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

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

2.00

419.

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

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

7.50

420.

Manx Peel Pot

Romsey

5.00

421.

37mm Three Handled Loving Cup

Crest of Scotland/ Badge of/ Dunfermline

10.00

423.

Large Worcester Jug 99mm

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

20.00

424.

95mm taper Beaker (Very slight gilding loss)

As trew steel as Ripon Rowels with inscription

10.00

427.

82mm taper Cream Jug

Old Scarleit / Verse

15.00

428.

147mm taper Milk Jug

Old Scarleit/ Verse

20.00

429.

Cylindrical Lip Salve Pot and lid

‘Robin Hood’s Last Shot’

12.50

430.

56mm Club Vase

Franco-British Exhibition 1908

10.00

431.

Tewkesbury Urn

Crystal Palace opened 1854

10.00

432.

100mm diam. crinkle edged Pin Dish

‘The Old Horse Shoe’ with black cat/ horse shoe/ shamrocks and ‘Good Luck’

6.00

433.

98mm taper Beaker (Rich gilding)

Large heather spray above ‘from Lands End’

15.00

434.

68mm diam. crinkle edged Pin Dish

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

17.50

435.

Oxford Ewer

3 sprays of Shamrocks

8.50

436.

27mm shallow Sugar Basin with minimal frills

4 sprays of Shamrocks

5.00

438.

40mm cylinder Vase on three small feet

‘Manx Cat’

10.00

439.

Miniature Taper Cup only

‘Manx Cat’

3.50

440.

37mm fairy Mug

‘Manx Rooster’

10.00

442.

38mm fairy Beaker

‘Robin Hood’s Last Shot’/ Verse

15.00

443.

Do.

‘Edinburgh’ below thistle spray

5.00

444.

40mm cylinder Vase on three small feet

‘Brodick’ below thistle spray

7.50

445.

36mm Fairy Mug

‘Portree’ below thistle spray

7.50

446.

Do.

‘Callander’ below thistle spray

7.50

447.

27mm shallow Sugar Basin with minimal frills

4 sprays of thistles

6.00

448.

Eton Vase

‘Whiting Bay (Arran)’ below thistle spray

8.50

450.

80mm taper cream Jug (Plain rim)

‘A present from Edinburgh’ surrounds a thistle spray

5.00

451.

Ball shaped Lip Salve Pot and lid

‘Gourock’ below thistle spray

7.50

454.

56mm club Vase

Thistle spray

5.00

455.

56mm cone Vase

Forget me not spray

5.00

456.

39mm squat Vase (Plain rim)

3 sprays of forget me nots

7.50

457.

Miniature taper Cup & Saucer

Forget me not spray on both

7.50

458.

Early 86mm ribbed Milk Jug (Plain rim)

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

12.50

459.

As lot 458

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

12.50

460.

Early 87mm melon Cream Jug (Plain rim)

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

12.50

462.

As lot 460

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

12.50

464.

58mm Coffee Can with square handle (Plain rim)

‘Ilkley’ below a spray of forget me nots

9.50

466.

72mm taper Vase with wide neck and everted rim

Full ‘Edward the Peacemaker’ decorations

35.00

467.

170mm Art Nouveau Vase (Very slight gilding loss)

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

50.00

468.

Early 68mm Violet Vase

Danish Armour – Crossed battleaxes/ Shield with hand weapons

100.00

475.

73mm two handled Mug, square handles (Small nick from inside of the rim above the first transfer)

Two very large, as big as will fit, early colour transfers of ‘Broadstairs’/ ‘York Gate, Broadstairs’

45.00

476.

86mm early ribbed Milk Jug (Plain rim & very wee flake from inside of the spout)

Very large early black transfer of ‘Ramsgate’ featuring sailing ships in the harbour

35.00

477.

41mm taper Sugar Basin (Small manufacturing blemish slightly affects base edge below the transfer)

Large and detailed blue transfer of ‘Crystal Palace’ (One tower)

50.00

478.

Half length Shakespeare’s House with open door (Nice one)

 

50.00

479.

Glazed St Nicholas Chapel, Ilfracombe

 

100.00

480.

Goss Oven with brown chimney

 

250.00

481.

First and Last House with annexe (Green door and shutters)

 

650.00

482.

Standing Lion

Plymouth

275.00

483.

Ball shaped Lip Salve Pot and lid

City of Edinburgh

2.50

484.

Bettws-y-Coed Kettle

Tynemouth

8.50

485.

Bournemouth Pilgrim Bottle

Marsham-Townshend Frognall Sidcup

10.00

486.

Bury St Edmunds Kettle – no lid

Norwich

2.50

488.

Caerleon Lachrymatory

Deal

7.00

489.

Castletown Cinerary Urn

Westerham

5.00

491.

Norwegian Horse Beer Bowl

Leeds

15.00

492.

Miniature Teaset on 70mm sq. Tray comprising Kettle & lid, Milk Jug, Sugar Bowl and Cup & Saucer all decorated with Forget me nots

 

150.00

493.

National Highland Cuach

Prestwick (Not the Highlands but better that Brighton)

10.00

494.

ASHBOURNE BUSHEL

ASHBOURNE

20.00

495.

BATH EWER

BATH

6.50

496.

MALTESE FUNEREAL URN

VALLETTA (MALTA)

8.50

497.

Medium NORWICH URN 61mm

NORWICH/ PRIORY/ SEE

8.50

498.

LITTLEHAMPTON EWER

LITTLEHAMPTON

7.00

499.

LOUTH EWER

ANCIENT ARMS OF LOUTH

7.50

500.

NEWCASTLE JUG

NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE

5.00

501.

ROCHESTER BELLARMINE JUG

ROCHESTER

5.00

502.

WEYMOUTH VASE

ARMS OF WEYMOUTH AND MELCOMBE REGIS

5.00

503.

WHITSTABLE PATERA

THE SEAL OF THE CORPORATION OF WHITSTABLE DREDGERS 1793

30.00