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224 After Bartelozzi. Ladies and a putto with a finch, coloured engraving, oval, 29cm x 34cm, another 19thC engraving after Bartelozzi titled The Hours and two other 19thC coloured engravings. (4) Provenance: The property of Joan Stephenson, Kirkwood, North Church Walk, Newark, Nottinghamshire.
Sold for: £10
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225 J Grozer after Morland. Evening of the sportsman's return, coloured engraving, 50cm x 60cm, and two other similar 19thC engravings. (3) Provenance: The property of Joan Stephenson, Kirkwood, North Church Walk, Newark, Nottinghamshire.
Sold for: £45
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226 19thC school. Scenes from Shakespeare, to include a gentleman within a basket, King etc., circular 30cm dia, in gilt frames with blackened gilt verre eglomise mount. Provenance: The property of Joan Stephenson, Kirkwood, North Church Walk, Newark, Nottinghamshire.
Sold for: £25
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227 19thC School. By repute Lady Bessborough, watercolour, 11cm x 9cm, contemporary label to reverse for Pritchard Carver and Guilder of Bath. Provenance: The property of Joan Stephenson, Kirkwood, North Church Walk, Newark, Nottinghamshire.
Sold for: £45
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228 19thC School. Girl wearing a checked dress, watercolour, 14cm x 10cm, a coloured print titled Aubrey H BB's House and a watercolour river landscape. (3) Provenance: The property of Joan Stephenson, Kirkwood, North Church Walk, Newark, Nottinghamshire.
Sold for: £80
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229 19thC School. Young boy and a girl, holding flowers, miniature on ivory, oval, 8cm x 7cm. Provenance: The property of Joan Stephenson, Kirkwood, North Church Walk, Newark, Nottinghamshire.
Sold for: £48
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230 19thC School. A lady wearing black dress with lace collar, presumably mourning, watercolour, 10cm x 8cm, and other various miniature pictures and prints etc. Provenance: The property of Joan Stephenson, Kirkwood, North Church Walk, Newark, Nottinghamshire.
Sold for: £220
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231 A canteen of stainless steel and gold coloured cutlery by Berghaus, for twelve place settings, sold in original case with undisturbed packaging, leaflets etc., the case with undisturbed combination locks, 46cm W.
Sold for: £20
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236 A collection of metalware, to include a garden sprayer with ribbed decoration, a brass horn, possibly motoring related, Arts & Crafts style crumb scoop, Drew & Sons kettle shaped lamp etc.
Sold for: £30
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237 Two albums containing a quantity of first day covers.
Sold for: £75
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238 A collection of Shakespearian books, in blue canvas bindings, a similar part set published by Cassell & Co. 1892, in blue canvas bindings etc.
Sold for: £5
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239 The Water Babies by Kingsley (Charles), published by Dent & Sons Ltd and The Complete Novels of Jane Austen (2)
Sold for: £10
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240 A collection of toys, to include` a large Ny Form troll, a teddy and an Armand Marseille bisque headed doll (AF).
Sold for: £25
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242 Three Harry Pottery 1st Editions, Harry Potter & The Half Blood Prince, The Order of the Phoenix and Harry Pottery & The Deathly Hallows.
Sold for: £15
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243 Rowling (J.K). The Tales of Beedle The Bard, first edition, in presentation case with velvet bag etc. £100 - £200
Sold for: £100
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245 A Victorian mahogany wall clock, the brass dial signed Camerer Cuss & Co, 34/56 New Oxford Street, London, with Roman numerals, brass fusee movement, the dial possibly later, 37cm dia.
Sold for: £120
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246 An album of early 20thC coloured and black and white postcards, with Art Nouveau embossed album, titled Avis Important.
Sold for: £20
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247 A quantity of cameras, to include a Nettar Bellows, Halina and Minolta cameras, a back massager etc.
Sold for: £12
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248 A quantity of playworn die-cast vehicles, mainly Matchbox, Dinky etc. (2 trays).
Sold for: £40
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249 Wicker Man film memorabilia, to include a page from the Assistant Director Jake Wrights set, showing scenes crossed off as they were filmed, used in page 189 of Allan Brown's classic 2000 account of the film, purchased directly from Mr Brown, an American 1st edition of the novel The Wicker Man by film directory Robin Hardy and playright Anthony Shaffer, a 1st English editon of the novel from 1979 and a copy of the book itself (4) and a quantity of ephemera to include a 1980 Betamax video signed £100 - £150
Sold for: £80
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250 Various fishing reels and spools, to include Condex etc.
Sold for: £35
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252 A quantity of pipes, to include a Bavarian example
Sold for: £10
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252A A shepherd's crook with a carved horn handle
Sold for: £15
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253 A quantity of stamps, first day covers etc. £70 - £100
Sold for: £80
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254 A large quantity of 20thC postcards etc.
Sold for: £20
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255 A large quantity of first day covers etc.
Sold for: £50
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256 Various items of old technology, to include an Amstrad CPC464 colour personal computer, an Atari 52ST computer and various floppy discs, to include Sega.
Sold for: £12
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257 A large quantity of first day covers, to include Royal Horticultural Society flower stamps of the World with index cards etc.
Sold for: £40
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258 A quantity of metal and woodworking planes, to include Acorn Stanley etc.
Sold for: £18
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261 Various ladies handbags, to include a Kurt Geiger taupe ladies shoulder bag, beaded multicolour shoulder bag etc. £40 - £60
Sold for: £40
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262 A quantity of items relating to bee keeping, to include The Encyclopaedia of Bee Keeping and a bee keeping suit.
Sold for: £48
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263 A Pentax Program A camera with lens, various camera accessories, extra lens etc.
Sold for: £35
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267 A large quantity of Thomas Tank Engine wooden toys, to include station, bridges, track, locomotives etc. £100 - £150
Sold for: £100
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268 A quantity of cricket books, to include Wisden, News of the World etc.
Sold for: £6
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270 Four green painted military use jerry cans
Sold for: £28
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271 An Edwardian silver and glass claret jug, with angular handle in the manner of Christopher Dresser, Sheffield 1905 by Mappin & Webb, 20cm H.
Sold for: £75
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272 A Continental silver coloured metal sugar castor, with waisted neck, bands of flowerheads, indistinct marks to neck, 14cm H.
Sold for: £70
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273 An early 20thC silver coffee pot, with ebonised knop and handle, embossed overall with flowers etc., in an Art Nouveau style on an oval foot, Sheffield 1903, 22oz gross, 25cm H.
Sold for: £180
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274 A Victorian silver milk jug, of squat melon form, engraved with scrolls etc and with gilt interior on four leaf cast tapering feet, London 1843 by Charles Thomas Fox and George Fox, 9½oz.
Sold for: £160
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275 Three silver specimen type vases, each of differing form on a loaded base, 12¼oz gross.
Sold for: £30
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276 An Elizabeth II five division silver toast rack, with loop handle, Birmingham 1975, 2¾oz, 11cm W.
Sold for: £35
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277 A silver sugar box or tea caddy, of square tapering form with gadrooned bands and a hinged lid, marks indistinct, 3½oz.
Sold for: £32
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278 An Edwardian cut glass and silver mounted vase, with two scroll shaped handles and a domed foot, loaded, Birmingham 1907, 8¾oz gross, 17cm H.
Sold for: £35
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279 A pair of silver small specimen vases, each with a loaded base and three similar (5).
Sold for: £90
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280 Two loaded silver candlesticks, to include an example decorated with Adam style swags, bows etc., Birmingham 1904 and a more modern dwarf candlestick.
Sold for: £25
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281 A pair of Edwardian silver candlesticks, each with a turned knop and plain sconce, loaded, Chester 1905, 17cm H.
Sold for: £80
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282 An Edwardian silver dressing mirror, the oval plate with a bevel edge, the frame decorated with reeded bands etc., Birmingham 1906, 27cm x 23cm.
Sold for: £50
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283 A George V silver basket, with a loop handle and shaped edges, Sheffield 1928 by Mappin & Webb, 19oz, 26cm dia. £150 - £200
Sold for: £150
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284 Three similar navette shaped cut glass dressing table jars, each with an engraved silver lid, various assays.
Sold for: £45
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285 An Edwardian silver rectangular dressing table tray, with raised border, hammered interior, surrounding a vacant oval cartouche, Birmingham 1905, 9¾oz, 28cm x 20cm. £80 - £120
Sold for: £75
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286 A pair of Victorian silver grape scissors, with fiddle and thread pattern handles, London 1960 by George W Adams (Chawner & Co), 3½oz.
Sold for: £45
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287 A collection of dressing table items, to include two silver mounted hand mirrors and two brushes, various dates.
Sold for: £42
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288 Two modern silver rectangular photograph frames, and a silver plated frame with shaped bands, the largest 11cm H.
Sold for: £55
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289 An Elizabeth II silver tea strainer and stand, with two handles pierced with leaves etc., Sheffield 1958, 1¾oz.
Sold for: £32
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290 A collection of small silver, to include a set of six silver handled dessert knives.
Sold for: £22
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291 A collection of small silver etc., to include glass dressing table items with silver mounts, yellow metal napkin ring stamped silver etc.
Sold for: £25
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292 A collection of small silver, to include an egg cup and spoon, presentation case for Kirk Jewellers of Hull and a mustard pot with spoon and blue glass liner (3)
Sold for: £45
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293 A George VI silver two handled sugar bowl, of canted rectangular form and a matching milk jug, Sheffield 1927, 11¾oz
Sold for: £95
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294 A late William IV silver hot water jug, with shaped sides, engraved with flowers etc., the scrolling handle cast with leaves and with ivory insulators, on leaf cast feet, London 1837 by Edward, Edward Junior, John & William Barnard, 11¾oz gross, 18cm H.
Sold for: £180
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295 A late 19th/early 20thC silver baluster shaped sugar castor, engraved with the initial B, hallmarks indistinct, 2¾oz.
Sold for: £30
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296 A pair of George V silver pepper pots, each with pierced decoration and with a vacant oval cartouche, blue glass liners, London 1923, weighable silver 2oz.
Sold for: £20
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297 Various small silver plated and brass boxes, to include an oriental example decorated with a dragon, etc.
Sold for: £18
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298 A pair of George V silver cylindrical salts, each with pierced decoration, blue glass liner and tapering feet, Chester 1911
Sold for: £30
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299 A collection of silver cutlery, to include an 18thC spoon with cut out prongs, a similar Old English pattern spoon, a fiddle pattern dessert spoon and a butter knife, 5¾oz.
Sold for: £45
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300 A pair of early 20thC silver pepper pots, each decorated with tulips in Art Nouveau style, on a shaped foot, marks indistinct (AF), 1½oz.
Sold for: £30
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301 A late 19th/early 20thC white metal aide memoire, the case engraved with scrolls, the lozenge shaped cartouche initials EB Feb. 28th 1901, with fitted interior, containing an ivory writing surface, leather pouches etc., 3¼oz.
Sold for: £40
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302 A Victorian silver rectangular snuff box, engraved with scrolls, the cartouche engraved "presented to J Graham etc. 1878", Birmingham 1878, 1¾oz.
Sold for: £25
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303 An Art Deco square silver cigarette case, with engine turned decoration, the interior named D P Clark, Birmingham 1931, 4oz.
Sold for: £32
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304 An Edward VIII Art Deco silver powder compact, the hinged lid enclosing a mirror and a brass compartment for powder, Birmingham 1936, 3oz gross.
Sold for: £35
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305 Two early 20thC silver cigarette cases, each with engine turned decoration (AF), 5oz.
Sold for: £38
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306 A quantity of miscellaneous items, to include a silver plated snuff box, various coins to include, some silver, costume jewellery, a treen box with sliding lid carved in the form of a coffin, etc.
Sold for: £15
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307 A collection of small silver items etc., to include a square dish, napkin ring, cut glass salt with mount, Black Forest style stamp box etc.
Sold for: £28
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308 A silver egg on a mahogany stand, London assay mark indistinct and a set of six silver teaspoons with matching sugar tongs, in a fitted case.
Sold for: £32
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309 A collection of silver and silver plate etc., to include spoons, ashtray, small server etc.
Sold for: £20
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310 A Victorian silver snuff box, with engine turned decoration, the hinged lid with a vacant cartouche, enclosing a gilt interior, Birmingham 1848 by George Unite, 3½oz.
Sold for: £150
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311 Two early 19thC silver Old English pattern serving spoons, London 1828 and 1913 respectively, 8¼oz overall. £50 - £80
Sold for: £75
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312 A William IV silver fish slice, with pierced blade and a Victorian silver fish fork with pierced blade, each blade with a fiddle pattern handle, 7½oz.
Sold for: £60
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313 Three associated 19thC silver Old English pattern serving spoons, each engraved with a monogram, 5½oz.
Sold for: £42
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314 A George III silver cheese scoop, with a tapering handle, engraved with a monogram, London 1797, 3¾oz.
Sold for: £55
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315 A George III silver marrow scoop, with narrow handle, London 1794, 1½oz.
Sold for: £65
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316 A collection of silver and silver plate, to include two similar fiddle pattern ladles, a serving spoon, a child's spoon, shallow spoon, 6½oz and a silver plated meat skewer.
Sold for: £30
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318 After Blome. County Map of Lincolnshire, bearing date 1673, 28cm x 20cm.
Sold for: £22
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319 A montage of photographs relating to Manchester City football legends, signed by Colin Bell, framed, 34cm x 69cm.
Sold for: £10
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320 After Spy. Print of the Statesmen Number 134 Heredity Grand Falconer, dated January 4th 1873, 35cm x 21cm
Sold for: £5
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321 A pair of oriental silk panels, each embroidered with figures, flowering branches etc. Provenance: The property of Joan Stephenson, Kirkwood, North Church Walk, Newark, Nottinghamshire.
Sold for: £32
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322 An original theatre poster for the play The Reluctant Heroes, produced by Rix Theatrical Productions, starring Dermot Walsh and Wally Patch. £50 - £80
Sold for: £50
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326 After Spy. Statesman number 150 a message from The Queen, dated August 9th 1873, 35cm x 21cm
Sold for: £8
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331 After Patrick Loam. Rugby Heroes, artist signed limited edition print number 48/850 and a limited edition print of the cricketer William Clark, number 37/200 (2).
Sold for: £15
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334 A German lithophane porcelain panel, depicting figures, a gentleman smoking and a child playing with kittens, indistinctly signed, 30cm x 25cm.
Sold for: £240
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335 A.P. (19thC School). Figures on a mountain road, oil on board, 35cm x 50cm.
Sold for: £15
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337 W Burchell. Country scenes with cottages etc., watercolours, a pair, 22cm x 33cm and various other pictures.
Sold for: £22
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338 19thC School. Birds on a branch, painted onto silk, the border painted with the heads and bills of exotic birds, possibly Indian, unsigned, 31cm x 24cm overall.
Sold for: £18
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339 W J Wiley. Trafalgar 2.30pm, coloured print, 70cm x 100cm, a signed limited edition print titled J after Geoff Crain and a First World War related print titled The Watchdogs of the Empire.
Sold for: £5
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340 Ralston Gudgeon. Magpies on a branch, artist signed limited edition print, 52cm x 42cm.
Sold for: £10
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341 Various bird related pictures, to include a feather picture of an exotic bird on a branch, beside mountains, possibly a buzzard, watercolour, in Oxford type frame, 29cm x 24cm., an oriental panel depicting birds on a branch in mother of pearl and an oriental silk picture (3)
Sold for: £10
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342 Various 19thC and later prints, in the manner of Bartolozzi, Morland etc. (9) Provenance: The property of Joan Stephenson, Kirkwood, North Church Walk, Newark, Nottinghamshire.
Sold for: £130
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343 An aluminium spar from a Lancaster bomber, removed during renovation work in 1995-1996, with certificate, signed by squadron leader Paul Day, sample photograph of other spars etc., a signed print after Coulson titled Outbound and another Coulson print. (3)
Sold for: £15
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344 After Gustave Henri Marchetti. Quimper Cathedral, artist signed and coloured engraving, blind stamp, 60cm x 39cm.
Sold for: £15
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345 A 19thC Continental School. Still life with flowers, oil on board, indistinctly signed lower right, Blackie; 52cm x 37cm.
Sold for: £50
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346 Terence Cuneo. The Flying Scotsman, artist signed limited edition print number 329 of 850, 60cm x 78cm.
Sold for: £10
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