Summer Antique & Collectables

Thursday 30th June 2022

 
 
Viewing - Wednesday  29th June 11 am - 4 pm
Note: Wednesday is Market Day in Penkridge, so please park in the Market Car park. 
 
 
**EXTRA VIEWING DATE ANNOUNCED! 12noon - 4pm Tuesday 28th June
            
Condition Reports - Additional images and videos are available on request.
 
Bidding - The auction commences Thursday 30th June at 10am - Online live bidding only
Please read our information for buyers prior to bidding.
 
Collecting - Please make an appointment and ensure payment is made in advance of collection.
We are unable to arrange collections until Friday 1st July without prior agreement strictly by appointment
  • The absence of a condition report on the website does not imply that a lot is without imperfections.
  • There could be changes to the catalogue prior to the sale
  • Lots with * have VAT added to the hammer price at the current rate of 20%
  • Bidders are to consider electrical lots as spares and repairs, and to be purchased at their own risk

 

Sale Currency: GBP

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Lot 21

A TRAY OF ASSORTED SKETCHES AND ENGRAVINGS WITH A SMALL NUMBER OF WATERCOLOURS, to include humorous examples by Thomas Downey (Qty)

Estimate: £100-200

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Lot 22

HAROLD RILEY (b. 1934). A street scene with figures and dog 'Glossop Street', signed and dated 1978 in pencil lower right, limited edition print on paper, 176 / 200, framed and glazed, 24 x 28 cm

Estimate: £25-35

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Lot 23

(XVIII-XIX). A sand picture of sheep and donkey in a wooded landscape, cottage in background, unsigned, sand on board, framed, 28 x 35 cm

Estimate: £200-300

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Lot 24

DETMOLD (XIX-XX). Study of a hawk perched on a log, signed in pencil lower right, etching on paper, unframed, 23 x 17 cm

Estimate: £25-35

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Lot 25

TWO EARLY TO MID 20TH CENTURY SKETCH BOOKS, watercolours and pencil drawings, various subjects, smallest 9 x 13 cm, largest 15 x 27 cm

Estimate: £25-35

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Lot 26

A QUANTITY OF VARIOUS ILLUSTRATIONS, varying subjects and artists to include V. GOLAND, ISABEL HUDSON, G. F., AND L. W., mostly signed or with initials, mixed media on paper, unframed, smallest 13 x 8 cm, largest 26 x 21 cm

Estimate: £30-50

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Lot 27

FRANK HENRY MASON (1876-1975). Dockland scene with sailing vessels, signed in pencil lower right, etching on paper, unframed, 9.5 x 15 cm

Estimate: £40-60

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Lot 28

A QUANTITY OF ETCHINGS AND LITHOS ETC., various subjects and artists to include ROSA BONHEUR, J.B. CLARK etc., mostly signed in pencil, unframed, smallest 11 x 8 cm, largest 52 x 39 cm

Estimate: £30-50

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Lot 29

FRED MILLAR. Street scene with figures, signed in pencil lower right, etching on paper, unframed, 20 x 14 cm¶
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Estimate: £30-50

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Lot 30

MALCOLM OSBORNE (1880-1963). Portrait study of a seated Douglas Cockerel, signed in pencil lower right, etching on paper, unframed, 31 x 19 cm

Estimate: £40-60

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Lot 31

W. J. MONTAIGE. Two figurative studies, signed with monograms, watercolours, unframed, together with a male nude study, signed and dated 1863 lower left, pencil on paper, unframed, smallest 20 x 9 cm, largest 15 x 24 cm (3)

Estimate: £60-80

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Lot 32

LIONEL ARTHUR LINDSAY (1874-1961). Australian school, village scene with oxen, carts and figures, signed in pencil lower left, etching on paper, unframed, 14 x 19 cm

Estimate: £50-80

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Lot 33

G S CRAWFORD (XIX). Pre-Raphaelite style head and shoulder portrait study of a young woman, signed lower right, conte crayon on paper, unframed, 26 x 19 cm

Estimate: £30-50

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Lot 34

PATTEN WILSON (1868-1900). Study of a Geisha girl playing a musical instrument 'AOYAGI' (The broken Samisen string), signed lower right, watercolour and pen and ink on paper, unframed, 22 x 14 cm

Estimate: £80-120

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Lot 35

JAMES PRIDDEY (1916-1980). 'Snowdon from Capel Curig', signed in pencil lower right, aquatint on paper, unframed, 28 x 37 cm

Estimate: £25-35

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Lot 36

ETTY. Study of two female nudes, named and dated lower right, pencil on paper, unframed, 35 x 53 cm¶NB: This painting is not being listed as William Etty but signed ETTY - please be sure you are happy with the item you are bidding on¶
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Estimate: £80-120

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Lot 37

ATTRIBUTED TO JOHN DA COSTA (1867-1951). Oval head and shoulder portrait study of a young girl 'Phyllis', see inscription verso, needs some restoration, unsigned , pastel on paper, framed and glazed, 46 x 35 cm

Estimate: £100-150

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Lot 38

F.M.F. (XX). A scene for OMAR KHAYYAM, 'Awake, Morning Has Struck The Sultan's Palace With A Shaft of Light', signed with initials lower right, pen and ink in paper, framed and glazed, 29 x 21 cm

Estimate: £25-35

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Lot 39

F.M. FINCH (XX). Illustrations and artwork for brochure for Jersey and Jersey hotels, unsigned, mixed media and collage on paper, framed and glazed, 44 x 59 cm

Estimate: £25-35

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Lot 40

GARY BENFIELD (b.1965). 'Companion', signed lower right, No 53/100, giclee paper and canvas on board, certificate of authenticity verso, framed, 50 x 62 cm

Estimate: £50-100

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