GOSS COLLECTORS’ CLUB AUCTION

 

 

OCTOBER 2018

 

 

 

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

2.

Arcadian 58mm seated Kitten with uncoloured bow

Herne Bay

5.00

4.

Arcadian 66mm seated Puppy with one ear raised

Rugby

5.00

5.

Do.

Guildford

5.00

7.

Arcadian 42mm diam Golf Ball ‘The game of golf was …’

City of London

6.00

8.

Swan Do.

Ilfracombe

5.00

9.

Carlton 50m dia. Golf Ball ‘The ancient game …’ (Small nibble to the base hole edge)

Northleach

2.50

10.

Shelley 215 Golf Ball on tee 51mm overall

Oxford University

9.50

11.

Arcadian 102mm ornate Harp

Watford

6.50

13.

Arcadian 90mm seated ‘Teddy Bear’

Ludgershall

10.00

14.

Arcadian 39mm Thimble ‘Tak a Thimble full’

Pontadawe

5.00

15.

Arcadian 65mm long Tortoise

Netley Abbey

7.00

16.

British manufacture 120mm long Fish with open mouth

Great Yarmouth

3.50

18.

Florentine 57mm Welsh Hat

Cardigan

5.00

19.

Grafton 325 Miniature Chinese Teapot (The very small lid is missing)

The Somerset Cuckoo and verse

 3.50

20.

Grosvenor 356 125mm long Cow Creamer

Jersey

35.00

21.

Canterbury Leather Bottell

Cinque Port of Rye

5.00

22.

Do.

Dorothy Vernon 77966

5.00

24.

Carlisle Salt Pot

Wandsworth

5.00

25.

Colchester Famous Vase

Boulogne-sur-Mer

4.00

26.

Cornish Bussa

Arms of St Thomas A’ Becket …

5.00

27.

Irish Wooden Noggin

Cinque Port of Dover

5.00

28.

Kininmonth Moss Pot

County Borough of Southend-on-Sea

8.50

30.

Musselburg Urn

Hobart (Tasmania)

7.50

31.

Large early Newbury Leather Bottle 112m (Some slight gilding loss but relatively good for an early piece)

Four sprays of Forget me nots (Crisp)

12.50

32.

Ostend Vase (Some gilding loss)

Valletta (Malta)

4.00

33.

Ramsey Cronk Aust Urn

Douglas

6.00

36.

St. Neots Urn

Arms of Washington in Thrapston Church

5.50

37.

Southwold Jar

Hobart (Tasmania)

7.50

38.

Staffs one handled Tyg

King Alfred’s Grammar School Wantage

15.00

39.

Tewkesbury Urn

Western Australia

5.00

41.

York Ewer

Oundle School

7.00

43.

45mm crinkle top Ball Vase

Boulogne-sur-Mer

4.00

44.

Cone candlesnuffer

St. Davids

10.00

46.

82mm Diamond Mouth Vase

Boulogne-sur-Mer (Very large)

5.00

47.

70mm sq. richly gilded Pin Tray with corner tassels

Burgee Royal Clyde Yacht Club Hunters Quay (Named on the back as there is insufficient room on the front)

40.00

 

The following cottages were very obviously purchased with an eye to quality and so are generally super examples

 

 

49.

Robert Burns Cottage Nighlight

 

120.00

50.

Fully glazed Robert Burns Cottage Nightlight with slightly darker colouring than lot 49

 

125.00

51.

Ann Hathaway’s Cottage Nightlight

 

125.00

52.

Manx Cottage Nightlight

 

125.00

53.

Half-length Shakespeare’s House Nightlight on separate base (This is, in my opinion, a truly outstanding example)

 

125.00

54.

Window in Thrums Nightlight

 

200.00

55.

Burns’ Cottage (There is slight discoloration of the right-hand gable)

 

50.00

56.

Old Court House, Christchurch (A patch of discolouration, half the size of my little finger nail, the slope of the roof and the black of the timbering at the side has faded)

 

150.00

57.

Gullane Smithy

 

500.00

58.

Dr. Johnson’s House, Lichfield

 

100.00

59.

Lloyd George’s Early Home with annexe

 

95.00

60.

Manx Cottage

 

70.00

61.

Glazed Huer’s House, Newquay with, crisp, black door

 

125.00

61A.

Glazed Look Out House, Newquay with four port hole windows and dark green door

 

80.00

62.

Old Maid’s Cottage, Lee

 

85.00

63.

Portman Lodge with open doorway

 

275.00

64.

Glazed St Nicholas Chapel, Ilfracombe

 

85.00

65.

Partially glazed 52mm long Shakespeare’s House

 

15.00

66.

80mm long Shakespeare’s House

 

20.00

67.

72mm long half-length Shakespeare’s House with open door

 

60.00

68.

Tudor House, Southampton

 

275.00

70.

Ellen Terry’s Farmhouse

 

250.00

71.

Glazed ‘A Window in Thrums’

 

60.00

72.

Blackgang Tower

Sandown

18.50

 

The following 11 unglazed/bisque are delicate but are undamaged in a basic deep cream colour with brown ‘highlights’ and are all of Scottish subjects and have impressed titles.  The plinths of the statues are generally, tall, and of complicated design and measurements are overall.  If you like these then these are super examples.

 

 

73.

(German) 4495 187mm ‘Edward V11 1841 – 1910’ ‘Aberdeen’

 

20.00

74.

(German?) 190mm ‘Burns’s Statue Dumfries’ (Identical to 75)

 

20.00

75.

(German?) 137mm ‘Burns’s Statue Dumfries’ (Identical to 74)

 

20.00

76.

(German?) 108mm ‘Burns and Highland-Mary’

 

20.00

77.

(German?) 108mm ‘Tam O’Shanter’ holding a full glass and seated on a stool with low arms

 

20.00

78.

(German?) 114mm ‘Souter Johnny’ seated on a chair holding a foaming tankard in his left hand

 

20.00

79.

(German?) 120mm ‘Souter Johnny’ as lot 78 but slightly more detail and holding a stein

 

20.00

80.

(German) 5258 135mm ‘Burns Statue Ayr’ (The brown highlights are paler than the other examples)

 

20.00

81.

(German?) 140mm ‘Highland Mary’

 

20.00

82.

(German?) 129mm ‘Scott.’ on a shaped square plinth with ornamental detailing

 

20.00

83.

(German?) 124mm ‘Burns.’ on a shaped square plinth with ornamental detailing

 

20.00

84.

Willow 88mm white unglazed parian ‘Burns and Highland Mary’

 

20.00

85.

Caledonia Heraldic China 112mm ‘Tam O’Shanter’ seated on a stool with virtually no arms

Edinburgh

15.00

86.

Caledonia Heraldic China 112mm ‘Souter Johnny’ sat on a high-backed chair

Edinburgh

15.00

88.

Carlton 77mm unglazed bust of ‘Wordsworth Poet’ without plinth and, to me, it seems unlikely there ever was one as it would have obscured the factory mark

 

15.00

90.

R & L 129mm unglazed bust of ‘Burns’

 

12.50

91.

Carlton? 122mm unglazed bust of ‘Burns’ with extensive verse by Wordsworth on the back of a columnar plinth

Burntisland

25.00

92.

H & L  155mm unglazed bust of ‘Burns’ on a square plinth (Yellow staining of his neck and left of jacket and left side of the plinth)

Ayr

5.00

93.

Leadbeater Art Unglazed parian bust of Burns and columnar plinth (The actual bust is identical to lot 92.)

(Seal of) The Town Council of the Burgh of Troon

15.00

94.

(R & L) 190mm bust of ‘Burns’ (This is the same as lots 92 & 93)

 

15.00

95.

Willow Art 142mm overall unglazed bust of ‘Highland Mary’ on square plinth

Dunoon

15.00

96.

Unmarked Lightly glazed bust of ‘Scott’ on a glazed columnar base 120mm overall

Edinburgh

10.00

97.

(Caledonia Heraldic China) Bust of ‘Scott’ on a columnar plinth the whole unglazed and 170mm overall

Edinburgh

15.00

98.

Unmarked 109mm John Bull with his hands in his pockets (Firing crease across the base underneath)

Penrith

5.00

99.

Carlton 146mm’Jenny Jones’ with brown basket multi-coloured scarf and black hat with red hatband

Swansea

18.50

100.

Do.

City of Cardiff

18.50

101.

Arcadian Welsh Tea Party on oval plinth, black hats and dark red cloaks

Llandudno

20.00

102.

Willow Art 160mm statue of Sir William de la Pole with inscriptions on three sides

Cleethorpes

20.00

104.

Willow Art 130mm ‘Memorial to the late Honble. C .S .Rolls’

Arms of Monmouth

20.00

105.

Waterfall 162mm ‘Hull Soldier’s War Memorial’ ‘Erected …’

Hull

17.50

106.

Willow Art 160mm ‘Lifeboat Memorial Caister-on-Sea’

Caister

20.00

107.

Lots 108 & 109 as a pair with the individual lots not being available if there is a bid for this lot

 

7.50

108.

Grafton 357 86mm comic Salt Pot (China is slightly creamy in colour) with grumpy face

Clitheroe

5.00

109.

Grafton 258 85mm comic Pepper Pot with cheerful face

Flamborough

5.00

110.

Willow Art Mermaid on rock 100mm

‘Good Luck from Folkestone’ seated black cat with large red bow

20.00

113.

Goss (England) box shaped Ashtray with coloured decorations of ‘Glasgow’ and Thistle/ Robert Burns (Not named)/ ‘Lucky White Heather’/ ‘Burns’ Cottage, Alloway, Ayr’ (The whole has some firing crazing but, in my view, not significantly disfiguring)

 

10.00

114.

116mm overall Preserve Pot and lid all in orange/apricot lustre

 

20.00

115.

114mm overall Preserve Pot and lid all in mother-of-pearl lustre

 

20.00

116.

91mm overall Hair Tidy and lid (not named) all in grey/blue lustre

 

20.00

117.

112mm overall Goss England Preserve Pot all mustard coloured in simulated basket weave with an orange? shaped knop and small leaves (Crack from spoon hole to the knop)

 

5.00

118.

Large Norwich Urn 88mm in blue/grey lustre

 

17.50

119.

117mm club Specimen Vase in blue/grey lustre

 

10.00

120.

93mm diam. crinkle edged Pin Dish in orange/apricot lustre

 

8.50

121.

100mm diam. crinkle edged Pin Dish in yellow lustre

 

8.50

122.

88mm diam. X 23mm Pin Dish with large rim in orange lustre

 

6.50

123.

Pomade Pot and lid both coloured apple green

 

7.50

124.

Do. both in orange lustre

 

9.50

125.

Cylindrical Lip Salve Pot and lid both in turquoise blue

 

7.50

126.

Ramsey Cronk Aust Urn in a rich purple lustre

 

10.00

127.

59mm Judy salt pot in rich purple lustre

 

25.00

128.

Rectangular Box and lid with, uncoloured, forget me nots around the rim all in mother of pearl lustre

 

10.00

132.

Grafton Oyster Dish with handle (Some gilding loss)

Colour transfer of ‘Pump House Hotel & Lake Llandrindod Wells’

10.00

133.

Unmarked Oyster Shell

Colour transfer of ‘King William St. Adelaide.’

10.00

134.

Clifton China 110mm diam. Jug/Teapot Stand (Some gilding loss)

Colour transfer of’ Devonshire Hospital, Buxton’

10.00

135.

Cauldon? 62mm taper two Handled Mug/Trophy

Colour transfer of ‘Dover Castle’

10.00

136.

Victoria China 55mm Irish bronze Pot? (Plain rim and manufacturing flaw in the rim above the transfer)

Colour transfer of ‘Rushen Castle, Castletown’

3.00

137.

British Manufacture Ark (Strong gilding)

Colour transfer of ‘Town Hall, Leeds’

10.00

138.

Do. (Poor gilding)

Colour transfer of ‘Kings Hall, East Cliff, Herne Bay’

6.00

140.

Foley 105mm two handled Vase

Large colour transfer of ’The Abbey, Glastonbury’ on blush ivory ground

10.00

142.

Carlton 134mm as lot 141 with mother of pearl lustre inside and out

Colour transfer of ‘Dunbar Castle’

10.00

143.

Arcadian 42mm two handled Mug

King Richard 111/ Brief biographical details and notable dates

20.00

144.

Arcadian 41mm Mug

Colour transfer of ‘The Beach Wells-on-Sea’

10.00

147.

Grafton 46mm Welsh hat with blue ribbon

Black transfer of ‘Port Arthur Tasmania’ a church on a black outline of Tasmania

7.50

150.

Goss England 59mm cream Jug with angular handle (Rich gilding)

Late colour transfer of ‘King William 1V’s Coach …’

5.00

151.

Early 55mm crinkle top Ball Vase

Regalia of Scotland

10.00

152.

Early 72mm bagware Cream Jug (Rubbed gilding and I can’t find a mark although, to me, it is Goss) No decoration other than the blue cord

 

5.00

153.

59mm Three Handled Loving Cup

Cornwall/ Truro/ See (All large but nos. 1 & 3 are badly degraded)

1.00

154.

45mm Melon Tea Cup with an unmarked and undecorated Saucer

St. Bartholomew’s Hospital

2.50

155.

Hythe Mortar

Valletta (Malta)

5.00

157.

Walmer Vase

Bridge of Allen

5.00

160.

97mm taper Beaker

Monte Carlo (Large)

6.50

161.

73mm taper Mug with angular handle

Large ‘N’ in bright blue forget me nots

20.00

163.

COLCHESTER ROMAN LAMP

INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE OF GOSS COLLECTORS

175.00

164.

Large Japan Ewer – unnamed 200mm

City of Edinburgh (Very large)/ Sir Walter Scott (large)

17.50

165.

Canterbury Jug

Chester/ College (Both large)

15.00

166.

Bath Ewer

Royal Arms of Scotland

5.00

168.

104mm diam. do.

Cat in horseshoe, shamrocks, ‘Good Luck’ & verse

10.00

169.

Nottingham Urn

Halifax, Canada

8.00

170.

Littlehampton Ewer

Germany

7.50

171.

Walmer Vase

Dunfermline

5.00

172.

Largest Aberdeen Bronze Pot 140mm

Manchester/ See/ Victoria University/ Grammar School (Blacks degrading) (All large)

10.00

173.

Old Horseshoe

Dominion of Canada

10.00

174.

Aberdeen Bronze Pot

Perthshire

5.00

176.

Do.

Elgin

5.00

177.

86mm crinkle top Oviform Vase

Full Edward the Peacemaker decorations

30.00

178.

117mm melon Milk Jug (Small nick from inside rim of spout)

Tonga (Very large)

5.00

179.

115mm Do.

Oban (Very large)

7.50

180.

119mm Do.

City of Edinburgh (Very large)

5.00

181.

117mm Do.

Tenby (Very large)

7.50

184.

Japan Ewer – named

Arms of Dundee

5.00

185.

Two-piece Fern Pot

Kenilworth Priory/ Amy Robsart/ Bear and Ragged Staff (All large)

22.50

186.

Christchurch Romano British Urn

The Essex Regt.

60.00

187.

Chichester Ewer

Royal West Kent Regt.

50.00

189.

44mm bagware Vase

Margate

4.00

190.

46mm crinkle top Ball Vase

Stoke upon Trent

5.00

191.

57mm Do.

‘Tiodhlar do Maisie’ in blue gothic script with illuminated capitals and a full colour Thistle

15.00

192.

70mm Do. (Very little gilding remains)

Scarborough (Large)

5.00

194.

34mm Sugar Basin with minimal frills

Cambridge

5.00

195.

37mm Do.

Ville de Cherbourg

6.00

196.

36mm  Do.

Belgium (Four flags)

5.50

197.

Cheese Dish and lid

North Berwick

12.50

198.

Do.

Daventry

12.50

199.

40mm cylinder Vase on three small feet

Clacton-on-Sea

5.00

200.

56mm club Vase

Southwold second coat

5.00

201.

118mm club specimen Vase

Rhyl

5.00

202.

Do.

Kingston-on-Hull

5.00

203.

68mm crinkle top taper Vase with flat base

Southport 77966 (Very large)

5.00

204.

87mm Jar

Northampton (Large)

5.00

206.

79mm thistle head Vase

Southend-on-Sea

5.00

207.

110mm Scent Bottle shaped Vase

Dorothy Vernon 77966 (Very large but very badly degraded)

0.50

208.

Early 79mm Bass Basket with blue handles but rim is not pinched (Very small flake from the seam on the right just above the base edge)

Maidenhead (Large)

2.50

209.

COLCHESTER OYSTER SHELL

COLCHESTER PRIORY

8.50

 

The following two lots are sold as being very very slightly flawed, although I can’t find any damage the more you look at these the more you are likely to find some shortcoming

 

 

210.

Limpet Shell on three orange ‘coral’ legs 40mm overall

Newhaven

10.00

211.

Do.

Crystal Palace opened 1854

15.00

212.

59mm Wall Pocket

See of Hereford A.D.1275

5.00

213.

Do.

See of Hereford Ancient

5.00

214.

Do.

City and County of the City of Exeter

5.00

215.

Do.

Ipswich

5.00

216.

Do.

East Looe (Large but badly degraded)

0.50

217.

74mm Do.

Burslem (Very large)

5.50

218.

69mm diam. crinkle edged Pin Dish

Ilfracombe (As big as will fit)

5.00

220.

Ball Shaped Lip Salve Pot and lid

Duke of Hamilton “Brodick”

5.00

221.

Cylindrical Lip Salve Pot and lid

Margate

5.00

223.

38mm Three Handled Loving Cup (Minuscule nick from inside rim)

Devon/ Torquay/ Torre Abbey

2.00

224.

Do.

City of Durham (Yes just the one crest, I have seen this before but rarely)

6.00

225.

Do.

Sussex/ Eastbourne/ Pevensey

10.00

226.

Do.

Merionethshire/ (Seal of) The Urban District Council of Dolgelley/ Red Dragon of Wales

10.00

227.

43mm Do.

East Anglia/ Suffolk/ Framlingham

10.00

228.

51mm Do. (With SQUARE handles)

Arms of Scotland/ Ayr/ Arms for Burns (All very large)

15.00

229.

38mm two handled Mug

Olympian Games Hermes & Dionysos/ Great Britain and Republique Française (Side by side & linked)

50.00

230.

Do.

Corfe-Castle/ King Edward the Martyr …

7.50

231.

Do.

Hampshire/ Bournemouth

5.00

232.

Do.

England/ Hampstead

7.50

233.

Do.

Lincolnshire/ Boston

7.50

234.

38mm fairy Mug

Hampshire

5.0

235.

Do.

City of Westminster

5.00

236.

Do.

Carlisle Ancient Modern

5.00

237.

Do.

Belfast

5.00

238.

Do.

Brighton

5.00

239.

Do.

Hungerford

5.00

240.

Do.

Malvern Abbey

5.00

241.

Do.

Merchant Taylor’s School

6.50

242.

Base only for a Pomade Pot

Colchester

2.50

243.

Goss England 87mm Toby Jug with arm and walking stick handle wearing deep green jacket over white spotted vest orange knickerbockers and yellow hose ‘From Lands End’ on the white circular plinth.

 

75.00

244.

BOURNEMOUTH PINE CONE

BOURNEMOUTH (As big as will fit)

10.00

245.

Bristol Cider Puzzle Cup

(Seal of) The Isle of Man/ Douglas/ See of Sodor and Man/ Stanley, King of Man (There is an, in my view unimportant, firing blemish at base edge below the 4th crest)

12.50

248.

British Tank

Blandford Forum

50.00

249.

Brixworth Cup (Minuscule nick from inside the rim at the back)

Flamborough

2.00

250.

Burton Beer Barrel

Cromarty

5.50

251.

Bury St Edmunds Bomb

Colchester

20.00

252.

Large Bury St Edmunds Kettle and lid 122mm

Isle of Wight Ancient/ Sandown (Both very large)

15.00

255.

Caerleon Lamp

Clacton-on-Sea

5.00

256.

Do.

Droitwich

5.00

257.

Do.

Dartmouth

5.00

258.

Cambridge Pitcher

Le Strange of Hunstanton

5.50

259.

Large CAMBRIDGE PITCHER 110mm

CAMBRIDGE (Very large)

10.00

260.

Do.

Wolverhampton (Very large)

10.00

261.

Canterbury Leather Bottell

Arms of Weymouth and Melcombe Regis

5.00

263.

Capel Madoc Stoup

Leeds

15.00

264.

Carlisle Salt Pot

John of Gaunt

7.50

265.

Castletown Cinerary Urn

Felixstowe

5.00

266.

Clean white unglazed, and undecorated, parian The Cenotaph, Whitehall

 

45.00

267.

Pale brown/ dark yellow ‘Model of a Cheddar Cheese’

 

20.00

268.

Cheshire Salt Block

Morpeth

12.50

269.

Chester Vase

Broadstairs

5.00

270.

Large Chester Vase 93mm

Kent (Very large)/ Margate (Huge)

9.50

271.

Do.

Plymouth (Huge)/ Stonehouse (Very large)

9.50

272.

Chichester Ewer

Cheshire

5.00

275.

Christchurch Romano-British Urn

See of Durham

5.00

276.

Cirencester Vase

See of Winchester

5.00

277.

Colchester Famous Vase

Harwich

5.00

278.

Do.

Cambridge

5.00

279

Do.

Ipswich

5.00

282.

Large DARTMOUTH SACK BOTTLE 93mm

DARTMOUTH (As big as will fit)

10.00

283.

Do.

Clovelly (As big as will fit)

6.50

285.

Dorchester Cup

Worthing

5.00

286.

Dorchester Jug

Eastbourne

5.00

292.

Carlton Partially coloured Fireplace ‘We kept the home fires …’ (Left side of line 2 inside back cover of February magazine)

Great Yarmouth

15.00

293.

Shelley Rufus Stone with extensive inscriptions

Lyndhurst (Green ground)

5.00

294.

Do.

Lyndhurst (no ground to the stirrup, crown banner)

5.00

295.

Arcadian 38mm Three Handled Loving Cup

Cardinal Wolsey built …

4.00

296.

Unmarked 125mm Kelly from the Isle of Man with third leg at the back

Douglas and Isle of Man (Linked crests)

30.00

297.

Willow Art Statue of Bunyan on tall plinth 170mm overall

Ancient Arms of Bedford

10.00

298.

Carlton 150mm long mark 1V Tank ‘HMLS’ on the top, ‘130’ on the side, ‘Buy War Bonds the Tank Bank’ & ‘The British Tank successfully used against the Germans Combles Sep. 1916’ on the other side (Both guns broken off as they leave the sponsons although one of them appears to have been gilded)

Sheffield

10.00

299.

Goss England ‘Gwenda’ in primrose yellow skirt

 

75.00

300.

Goss England ‘Gwenda’ in a pale blue skirt

 

75.00

301.

Goss England Bell lady in pale blue crinoline

 

35.00

302.

77mm Thistle head Vase

Ipswich

5.00

303.

50mm Coffee can only

Gloucester (Modern) (Large)

1.00

304.

85mm Jar

Full ‘Edward the Peacemaker’ decorations

25.00

305.

Bournemouth Pine Cone

Gillingham, Kent (As big as will fit)

5.00

306.

46mm Ball Cream Jug

Llandrindod Wells (Some fading of the blue ground)

1.00

307.

Aberdeen Bronze Pot

East Retford

5.00

309.

Dover Mortar

Richmond (Surrey)

5.00

310.

Maltese Covered Jarra WITHOUT lid

City of Nottingham (Stags)

1.00

311.

65mm crinkle edged Pin Dish

Dovercourt (Covers the base inside)

4.00

313.

WINCHESTER POT

TRUSTY SERVANT (Large)/ Verse

15.00

315.

67mm Urn

‘Robin Hood’s Last Shot.’ (as big as will fit) with verse on the back

30.00

316.

Large Swiss Cowbell 68mm

‘The “Pillory” Rye’ (As big as will fit)

50.00

317.

Do.

Our Dumb Friends League

50.00

318.

80mm diamond mouth Vase

Hereford red Coat man (Very large)

45.00

319.

77mm taper Vase with narrow neck and everted rim

Four Flags of the Allies (As big as will fit) on a white banner

10.00

321.

Colchester Cloaca Vase

Olympian Games Victory

55.00

322.

44mm crinkle top Ball Vase

Olympian Games Hermes & Dionysus

55.00

323.

52mm melon Cream Jug

Cat and Fiddle nr. Buxton (Animal and musical instrument)

25.00

324.

York Ewer

Franco-British Exhibition 1908

5.00

326.

44mm crinkle top Ball Vase

The Golfer’s Arms

20.00

327.

Egyptian Water Bottle

Essex/ “Ongar” (Fox and prey)

20.00

328.

Burton Beer Barrel

Sepia transfer of ‘Parish church, Leamington’ (The right hand version as illustrated on page 14 of the June magazine)

15.00

329.

Ostend Tobacco Jar

British South Africa Company

15.00

330.

67mm straight side Mug with square handle (Plain rim)

60th Year of Reign 1896-7 (Black portrait of Queen Victoria) (As big as will fit – indeed ever so slightly bigger than will fit)

40.00

331.

38mm Three Handled Loving Cup

Cambridge/ University/ Trinity

20.00

332.

Do.

Cambridge/ University/ Trinity Hall

25.00

333.

Do.

City of Oxford/ University/ Brazenose

20.00

334.

Do.

City of Oxford/ University/ Christ Church

22.50

337.

Do. (Very short crack from rim to top of the handle at the back)

Sydney University (Just the one crest!)

10.00

338.

Do.

City of Liverpool/ Edge Hill Training College, Liverpool (Now a university at Ormskirk)/ Earl of Derby

25.00

339.

‘Small’ Miniature Teaset being two Cups & Saucers, Milk Jug, Sugar Bowl, Teapot and lid on a 70mm sq. tray all decorated with forget me nots

 

50.00

340.

Charles Dickens House with porch windows (There is an almost unbelievably small nick from the base edge of the chimney flue but has on the base a very ‘fancy’ original? dealers sticker

 

25.00

 

The following cottages are all good clean and attractive examples

 

 

341.

St. Nicholas Chapel, Ilfracombe

 

65.00

342.

Dr Johnson’s House, Lichfield

 

65.00

343.

Ann Hathaway’s Cottage

 

15.00

344.

Manx Cottage

 

60.00

345.

78mm long Shakespeare’s House

 

10.00

346.

As lot 345

 

10.00

347.

Burns’ Cottage

 

50.00

348.

Aberdeen Bronze Pot

See of Peterborough

5.00

349.

Jersey Fish Basket

(Seal of) Heysham

5.50

350.

Wareham Bottle

Carnforth

5.00

351.

Bath Roman Ewer

Leeds

5.00

353.

British Manufacture 75mm Jug in the form of a man’s head (Rubbed gilding)

Colour transfer of ‘Scott Monument, Edinburgh’

5.00

354.

British manufacture Do. (Some gilding loss)

Colour transfer of ‘Bargate Southampton’

7.50

357.

Carlton 79mm white corded Bagware Cream Jug

Large colour transfer of ‘The Open-air Bathing Pool & Pavillion (Red capitals) Prestatyn

10.00

360.

Arcadian 58mm cone Vase

Colour transfer of ‘Catterick Force, Settle’

7.50

361.

Arcadian 613 Shrewsbury Romano Salopian Ewer

Colour transfer of ‘Bromborough Church’

7.50

362.

Willow Art 74mm big lipped Jug

Colour transfer of ‘Belvoir Castle Grantham’

7.50

363.

Arcadian 568 80mm taper Beaker

Colour transfer of ‘The Fountain, Dent’

10.00

366.

Carlton 304 54mm conical Vase

Colour transfer of ‘Tintern Abbey’

7.50

367.

Nautilus 50mm Vase (Plain rim)

Colour transfer of ‘Calder Abbey’

7.50

368.

Carlton 321 47mm crinkle top taper Vase

Colour transfer of ‘Old Pump House & Hotel, Llandrindod Wells’

7.50

369.

Carlton 173 A PAIR of 40mm cylinder Vases on three small feet

Colour transfers of ‘Old Castle, Ruins Hawarden’ on one & ‘Hawarden Castle’ on the other

10.00

370.

Grafton BAJ 70mm Vase with a narrow neck and wavy rim

Colour transfer of ‘Ashbourne Church’

7.50

371.

Victoria China 50mm Penmaenmawr Urn

Colour transfer of ‘AMBLESIDE Head of Windermere’

7.50

373.

Willow Art 66mm mother of pearl lustre shaped Vase (Plain rim)

Sepia transfer of ‘Abbots Bridge, Bury St. Edmunds’

7.50

376.

Arcadian 52mm Jug (Originally bought? ‘Sep 15th (19)30’)

Colour transfer of ‘High Street Clovelly’

7.50

377.

Carlton 40mm cylinder Vase on three small feet

Red transfer of ‘Lancaster Castle’ (Gateway) (Very similar to the Goss view)

6.50

378.

Arcadian 48mm Jug

Colour transfer of ‘Ullswater’ (The lake is very blue)

7.50

379.

Unmarked 55mm two handled Ewer

Black transfer of ‘St Marys Church, TENBURY’

5.00

381.

Arcadian 44mm Ewer

Colour transfer of ‘Seaham Hall’

7.50

382.

Arcadian 51mm Ewer

Colour transfer of’ Oldest pharmacy in England, Knaresborough Yorkshire’

7.50

383.

Coalport Miss Julia (Identical to the Goss England model) in a pale lemon dress with pale purple overskirt and bodice

 

100.00

384.

Longships Lighthouse

Sidmouth

32.50

386.

Chicken Rock Lighthouse

Doncaster

20.00

387.

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

Tonbridge

13.50

388.

Eddystone Lighthouse

Spain

18.50

390.

Arcadian Black Cat in a boot

Warminster

35.00

392.

Arcadian Black Cat on a swing

Wool Minehead (Picture crest of three masted sailing ship)

40.00

394.

Arcadian 138 Grecian Bronze pot found at Pompeii

King Henry, 1. / Biographical and reign details

20.00

395.

Swan 53mm Mug (Cracked virtually top to bottom beside the crest)

King Stephen/ Biographical and reign details

5.00

396.

Swan 90mm Jug with large, narrow, spout

King Edward V1. / Biographical and reign details

20.00

397.

Swan 100mm bulbous Vase with tall narrow neck

King William & Queen Mary/ Brief biographical detail and notable reign details

25.00

398.

Swan 91mm taper Jug with large spout (Small firing flaw underneath the handle)

King George. 1/ Brief biographical detail and notable reign details

15.00