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113 A set of three early 20thC moulded glass sweet jars, each with a faceted stopper, 36cm H.
Sold for: £60
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114 A Victorian part vaseline glass globular lamp shade, decorated with stars etc., (AF) 18cm H, and a frosted and etched glass shade (2).
Sold for: £36
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115 Three Coalport porcelain figurines, Diana the Jewel in the Crown, Regents Park, and Millennium Debut, two with certificates.
Sold for: £38
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116 Three Royal Doulton porcelain figurines, Janet, Carmen, and Red Red Rose.
Sold for: £50
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117 A Royal Worcester porcelain figurine, Princess of Tara, and Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother limited edition (2).
Sold for: £48
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118 A Doulton Lambeth stoneware jug, decorated with blue flowers on a sculpted ground, impressed marks to underside, 18cm H.
Sold for: £25
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119 A pair of late 19thC Wilhelm Schiller and Sons Austrian cold painted terracotta figures, modeled in the form of a male and female circus act, dressed up as birds, each beside a pedestal on a circular base, impress mark to underside, 1 figure (AF) 27cm H. £40 - £60
Sold for: £38
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120 Three Lladro porcelain figures of exotic ladies, each wearing a sarong type skirt and with flowering encrusted embellishment. (AF)
Sold for: £80
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121 Various Nao porcelain figurines etc., to include a lady with a fan, one with a basket, a gentleman clapping, young girl etc.
Sold for: £28
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122 A collection of four Lladro porcelain figures, to include a girl picking flowers and another being chased by a goose etc.
Sold for: £130
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123 A collection of Lladro birds, to include a group of two storks, a single stork, and various geese.
Sold for: £95
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124 A Lladro porcelain figure group of three angels singing, and a figure of a young girl carrying fruit.
Sold for: £35
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126 A collection of four Lladro porcelain figures, to include a lady with a large evening of wedding dress, two figures carrying a hat and a figure carrying lilies.
Sold for: £100
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129 A collection of German porcelain figures, each modelled in the form of a general on horseback, to include Poniatowski, Dorsenne, Lannes and Bessieres.
Sold for: £280
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130 A collection of dark blue Jasperware, to include a bowl, cylindrical vase, bowl and cover, jug and a box and cover, mainly Wedgwood.
Sold for: £90
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131 A collection of green leaf moulded plates, dishes etc., to include Wedgwood.
Sold for: £55
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132 A Beswick model of a grey Shire horse, a Shire foal and a large Royal Doulton character jug The Falconer, etc.
Sold for: £42
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133 An Isle of Wight type iridescent paperweight, and a small Caithness paperweight.
Sold for: £15
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134 A collection of Royal Crown Derby, to include Posies pattern, Olde Avesbury, roses etc.
Sold for: £40
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135 A collection of Royal Crown Derby and other Imari ware, to include Caverswall, the largest plate 26cm dia.
Sold for: £50
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136 A collection of late 19thC Continental ceramics, to include a Worcester style bowl decorated with gilt leaves, etc., a ewer decorated with large pink flowers, and a pair of pierced German ewers (5).
Sold for: £25
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137 A collection of ceramics, to include a Coalport Imari two handled jar and cover, a continental porcelain pheasant, Royal Albert Art Deco trio, Royal Doulton figure Sairey Gamp, Staffordshire jar and cover decorated with pheasants etc.
Sold for: £65
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138 A collection of ceramics, to include a Meissen type cup with under glazed blue decoration, embellished in various colours, Dresden tapering cup, similar coffee pot, small urn and cover and a Meissen still pierced basket on gilt base. (AF)
Sold for: £110
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139 A collection of decorative cups and saucers, to include Royal Worcester, Spode etc.
Sold for: £38
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140 A collection of ceramics, to include Royal Worcester stand, pair of Worcester vases decorated with leaves and fruit, a shell shaped vase, wall pocket etc. (AF)
Sold for: £20
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141 A Spode Copeland part coffee service, decorated with flowers in gilt on a white ground above a mottled blue band, to include coffee pot and cover, cups, saucers, milk jug and sugar bowl.
Sold for: £120
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142 Four items of 19thC and later stoneware, to include a barrel, decorated with the Royal crest, a jug with inscription to CPOEP Hillier etc.
Sold for: £45
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143 A pair of cut glass table lustres, each with inverted baluster shaped stem on a dome foot, lustres not attached.
Sold for: £75
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144 A collection of Wedgwood Jasperware, mainly blue but also a green Dudson tobacco jar decorated with Country scenes etc.
Sold for: £110
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145 A collection of items, to include Japanese Imari bowl, Caithness Sagittarius paperweight, studio pottery etc.
Sold for: £20
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146 A collection of Royal Crown Derby Imari items, to include cup, saucer, side plate small dinner plate and a plate with a shaped border, the largest 21cm dia.
Sold for: £140
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148 A collection of porcelain figurines, to include Pauline Shone, Victoria, Royal Doulton Lorna, and a Crown Staffordshire bird on a branch, modelled by J T Jones.
Sold for: £25
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149 A Royal Crown Derby old Imari pattern porcelain bowl, of octagonal form, decorated with ceramic style arches etc., printed marks in black to underside and in fitted box.
Sold for: £240
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150 A Lladro porcelain model of a crouching puppy, 14cm L.
Sold for: £42
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151 A collection of Royal Copenhagen porcelain, to include a bottle shaped vase, decorated with flowering branches, a goose, a terrier with a shoe and a shaped dish. (4)
Sold for: £65
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152 A graduated set of four Royal Copenhagen porcelain polar bears, 19-12cm.
Sold for: £130
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153 A collection of floral and scale decorated Royal Copenhagen porcelain, to include teapot and cover, hot water jug and cover, milk jug, tray, sugar bowl and trio.
Sold for: £4,200
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154 A pair of Kaiser flower bouquet porcelain plaques, each decorated with an old master scene after De Heem, 32cm dia.
Sold for: £150
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155 A collection of ceramics, to include a Bursley Charlotte Read designed jug, Doulton bowl and a graze wall pocket.
Sold for: £32
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156 A collection of cut glass, to include various hot glasses with coloured tinted bowls and faceted stems etc.
Sold for: £85
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157 A Kosta Boda 1950s/60s liqueur set, comprising faceted decanter and stopper and six glasses, and a Swedish glass horse. (8)
Sold for: £75
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158 A collection of Waterford crystal, to include hock glasses, tumblers, brandy glass, paper knife etc.
Sold for: £100
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159 A set of six Waterford crystal champagne glasses, each in original fitted case.
Sold for: £150
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160 A collection of Hummel club figurines, each in original boxes.
Sold for: £20
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161 Three Hummel figures, to include a boy with telephone etc., all in original box and packaging.
Sold for: £12
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162 A collection of Hummel pieces, mainly plaques, plates etc.
Sold for: £10
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163 A collection of Hummel figures, to include two boys on skates, each in original packaging.
Sold for: £20
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164 A Goebel Icy Adventure stand, with original box.
Sold for: £25
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165 A Goebel Icy Adventure stand, in original box.
Sold for: £20
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166 Two Hummel stands, to include Bavarian Biergarten, Markt Platz etc.
Sold for: £18
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167 A Clarice Cliff crocus pattern octagonal bowl, decorated with flowers within green borders, printed mark in black to underside, 13cm dia.
Sold for: £30
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168 A collection of Boac items, to include a Wade jug, two dolls, scarves and two a Nina Ricci scarves. (6)
Sold for: £25
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169 A French oriental style porcelain vase, modelled in the form of two egg shaped, and a fan decorated with fish, gilt leaves, birds etc., stamped to underside H. (AF)
Sold for: £35
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170 A collection of Venetian style glasses, various sizes, each with a beaded and gilt borders
Sold for: £25
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172 An Elliott mantel clock in George III style, the mahogany case with a brass handle and ogee feet, the movement stamped by a retailer and with Westminster chime etc., 30cm H.
Sold for: £180
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173 A late 19thC American mantel clock, the paper dial with Roman numerals, the arched glazed door with gilt verre eglomise decoration, on a plinth base, 36cm H.
Sold for: £22
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174 An Edwardian mahogany and marquetry mantel clock, stamped eight days Swiss made on brass ogee feet, 27cm W.
Sold for: £20
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175 A late 19thC French gilt metal clock garniture, the white enamel dial with Arabic numerals, case decorated with quiver torch, birds etc., on a white marble plinth, flanked by a pair of figural candlesticks, on tapering feet, 36cm H.
Sold for: £150
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176 A First World War German brass shell case, decorated in coloured metals with Arabic writing, stars etc., stamped PATRONENFABRIK KARLSRUHE 1916, 28cm H.
Sold for: £38
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177 An engineer made tree shaped seven branch candle stand, with copper sconces, wrought iron arms and a circular recycled brass base, 59cm H.
Sold for: £28
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178 A Comitti of London mahogany and boxwood strung mantel timepiece, with Roman numerals, 20cm H, and a Smiths of Enfield oak mantel clock. (2)
Sold for: £25
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179 A mid 19thC rosewood sarcophagus shaped tea caddy, the hinged lid enclosing a later paper lined interior and three covers on bun feet, adapted, 29cm W.
Sold for: £35
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180 A late 19th/early 20thC walnut Vienna type wall clock, with a composite gilt eagle to the shaped crest, above part fluted and turned pilasters, embellished with dropped finial, 89cm H.
Sold for: £42
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181 A late 19th/early 20thC walnut cased Vienna wall clock, the shaped crest with three turned finial's, above a dial with Roman numerals, flanked by reeded pilasters, embellished with drop finial's, 130cm H.
Sold for: £90
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183 A pair of late 19thC gilt gesso wall mirrors, each with a laurel crest, the rectangular plate decorated with swags, patera, ribbons etc., 27cm H, 34cm W. Provenance: The property of Joan Stephenson, Kirkwood, North Church Walk, Newark, Nottinghamshire.
Sold for: £90
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184 A photo frame wall mirror in mid 19thC style, with rectangular plate, moulded edge and shaped borders, 71cm H, 43cm W. Provenance: The property of Joan Stephenson, Kirkwood, North Church Walk, Newark, Nottinghamshire.
Sold for: £28
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185 A late 19thC American walnut and parquetry drop dial wall clock, the later dial with Roman numerals, above a glazed panel, 3cm H, 42cm dia.
Sold for: £80
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186 A large quantity of traction and steam engine related rally plaques, horse brasses, trophies etc.
Sold for: £40
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187 A collection of autographed items, to include a photograph of Bing Crosby with printed signature, an LP record signed by Ewan MacColl and Peggy Seeger, a Louis Armstrong Allstars album bearing signatures, a copy of The Beatles album Revolver (unsigned), and Now That's What They Call Music Number 7 and Now That's What They Call Music Number 3. (6)
Sold for: £20
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188 A collection of ephemera, to include two albums containing early 20thC postcards, stamps, etc.
Sold for: £55
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189 A collection of postal related items, to include early 20thC postcards, stamps, etc.
Sold for: £85
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190 A Gentleman's top hat, stamped A W Wilkinson of Lincoln, in a leather case. (AF)
Sold for: £65
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193 A late 19th/early 20thC French gilt metal and alabaster mantel clock, mounted with two figures of soldiers, flanking a central enamel dial with Roman numerals, the shaped base on splayed feet, 41cm x 35cm. £40 - £60
Sold for: £70
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195 Three early to mid 20thC teddy bears, each with articulated limbs, (AF), the largest 35cm H.
Sold for: £38
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196 An iron and hardwood axe, decorated to the iron blade with figures within a tent etc., and stylised Arabic type writing, the handle embellished with brass roundel's and with an iron end, 77cm L.
Sold for: £25
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197 A Japanese military sword, with green painted scabbard, pierced brass tsuba and leather bound handle, unable to open, 96cm L, (AF).
Sold for: £80
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198 A Japanese samurai sword, with a lacquer type scabbard, the blade with scripted mark and bearing number 1627, the pierced brass tsuba and leather bound handle, (AF), 95cm L.
Sold for: £170
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199 A late 19thC French gilt metal figural mantel clock, the enamel dial decorated with Roman numerals, flanked by a musketeer type figure on elaborate deep plinth and separate ebonised base, 43cm H, 32cm W. £200 - £300
Sold for: £180
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200 A small pair of brass and blackened opera type glasses, and a pair of field glasses, (AF, 2)
Sold for: £6
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201 A pair of Victorian woolwork pictures, each in the form of a young boy wearing a blue coat beside a dog, and a young girl in similar setting, each with a contemporary birds eye maple frame, 34.5cm x 29cm overall. Provenance: The property of Joan Stephenson, Kirkwood, North Church Walk, Newark, Nottinghamshire.
Sold for: £120
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202 An early 19thC silk work picture, modelled in the form of a lady, a young boy and a God like figure wearing a blue robe, within a landscape, 26cm x 22cm. Provenance: The property of Joan Stephenson, Kirkwood, North Church Walk, Newark, Nottinghamshire.
Sold for: £30
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203 A 19thC embroidered picture, decorated with a church, trees, figures etc, within a floral border, in contemporary maple frame, 36cm x 44cm. Provenance: The property of Joan Stephenson, Kirkwood, North Church Walk, Newark, Nottinghamshire.
Sold for: £48
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204 A Victorian wool work picture, embroidered with flowers, branches, leaves etc., in associated birds eye maple frame, 57cm x 27cm, a pair of embroidered silk pictures of flowers etc., and a fine lace picture in painted frame. Provenance: The property of Joan Stephenson, Kirkwood, North Church Walk, Newark, Nottinghamshire.
Sold for: £48
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205 An early 19thC raised wool work picture, depicting a spray of flowers, leaves etc., on a linen backing, 44cm x 35cm, and a 19thC silk floral picture 38cm x 28cm. (2) Provenance: The property of Joan Stephenson, Kirkwood, North Church Walk, Newark, Nottinghamshire.
Sold for: £40
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206 An early 19thC embroidered sampler, stitched with a religious motto, sample alphabet by Emily Thompson June 1824, in ebonised frame, 41cm x 40cm overall. Provenance: The property of Joan Stephenson, Kirkwood, North Church Walk, Newark, Nottinghamshire.
Sold for: £60
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207 An early to mid 19thC raised wool work and silk picture, depicting a young girl beside a barn with a cat, chair, bird cage etc., with oval ebonised and gilt verre eglomise, 46cm x 40cm overall. Provenance: The property of Joan Stephenson, Kirkwood, North Church Walk, Newark, Nottinghamshire.
Sold for: £70
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208 An early to mid 19thC raised wool work and silk picture, modelled in the form of two gentleman, a lady, girl with a doll and a dog beside a thatched cottage and a river, in later associated birds eye maple frame, 50cm x 64cm. Provenance: The property of Joan Stephenson, Kirkwood, North Church Walk, Newark, Nottinghamshire.
Sold for: £30
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209 A mid 19thC wool work sampler, embroidered by Elizabeth Errington age 13 years, Whitley School, January 18th 1857, 41cm x 41cm. Provenance: The property of Joan Stephenson, Kirkwood, North Church Walk, Newark, Nottinghamshire.
Sold for: £65
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210 An early 19thC silk work picture, in the form of a lady beside and urn and tree etc., later mounted, 35cm x 23cm. Provenance: The property of Joan Stephenson, Kirkwood, North Church Walk, Newark, Nottinghamshire.
Sold for: £28
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211 A collection embroidered and other pictures etc., to include a linen sampler, (AF), an early 19thC raised embroidery of a tree, a 19thC painted fabric still life and two similar watercolours. (5) Provenance: The property of Joan Stephenson, Kirkwood, North Church Walk, Newark, Nottinghamshire.
Sold for: £42
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212 A collection of pictures and prints, each relating to Newark Upon Trent, to include an image of Beaumont Cross, Drybridge Newark, prints of Newark Castle, a map of Newark to include Newark Castle, Grammer school etc., another print after J Digby Curtis of The North West View of the town castle of Newark etc. Provenance: The property of Joan Stephenson, Kirkwood, North Church Walk, Newark, Nottinghamshire.
Sold for: £40
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213 Various 18thC and 19thC engravings and prints etc., to include an example depicting a lady wearing a flowing dress in ebonised frame, a set of three, each depicting ladies in oval gilt frames, a set of three published by Wilkinson titled Remorse, Disappointment, etc., and a gilt frame in Italian style decorated in blue and iron red. (6) Provenance: The property of Joan Stephenson, Kirkwood, North Church Walk, Newark, Nottinghamshire.
Sold for: £130
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214 J C Drew (20thC School). Coastal scene with the sailing ships, rocks etc., 29cm x 41cm, (AF), a similar scene signed J Williams and a Continental artist signed etching of cattle and a figure within a river landscape. (3) Provenance: The property of Joan Stephenson, Kirkwood, North Church Walk, Newark, Nottinghamshire.
Sold for: £10
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215 A collection of 19thC and later prints and engravings, to include scenes in Derbyshire of Castleton, Middleton, South Windfield Manor, after Eliza Rawlinson, prints of South Yorkshire, Nottinghamshire etc. Provenance: The property of Joan Stephenson, Kirkwood, North Church Walk, Newark, Nottinghamshire.
Sold for: £25
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218 E Hunt. Chickens within a farmyard, oil on board, a pair, 18cm x 13cm. Provenance: The property of Joan Stephenson, Kirkwood, North Church Walk, Newark, Nottinghamshire.
Sold for: £50
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219 Cruikshank after Pyne. Jumping in sacks, published by Pyall and Hunt, coloured engraving, 23cm x 31cm. Provenance: The property of Joan Stephenson, Kirkwood, North Church Walk, Newark, Nottinghamshire.
Sold for: £10
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220 Read after Woolstenholme. Hunting scenes with huntsman, hounds etc., coloured engravings, a pair, 29cm x 52cm. (AF) Provenance: The property of Joan Stephenson, Kirkwood, North Church Walk, Newark, Nottinghamshire.
Sold for: £10
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221 A collection of 19thC coloured engravings prints etc., each depicting figures within rural settings, to include a scene after George Moorland, depicting figures cattle etc. Provenance: The property of Joan Stephenson, Kirkwood, North Church Walk, Newark, Nottinghamshire.
Sold for: £35
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222 After Frederick George Byron (1764-1792). The Prince's Bow, published by William Holland, March 17th 1788, coloured engraving, a set of three, 21cm x 64cm. Provenance: The property of Joan Stephenson, Kirkwood, North Church Walk, Newark, Nottinghamshire.
Sold for: £55
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223 Meadows after Richard Westall. Harvesting figures, coloured engraving, 52cm x 70cm. Provenance: The property of Joan Stephenson, Kirkwood, North Church Walk, Newark, Nottinghamshire.
Sold for: £15
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