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1 ) Mid 19th century English Bristol London Royal Mail coaching oil by Charles Cooper Henderson (English, 1803-1877)
A mid 19th century oil on canvas of the Bristol London Royal Mail passing seated pipe smoker, in heathland setting, approaching town in the distance by Charles Cooper Henderson (English, 1803-1877). The coach wearing the correct Royal Mail livery, black with red door and lower panels, Post Office red wheels, and The Royal Coat of Arms on the door with the name of the town at the start and end of the coach's route “Bristol London”. Signed with discreet monogram to one of the trunks on the roof "CH". English, circa 1850.


Paintings | Other | Artist: Charles Cooper Henderson | Yr: 1850 |
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2 ) Mid 19th century English Stroud London Royal Mail coaching oil by Charles Cooper Henderson (English, 1803-1877)
A mid 19th century oil on canvas of the Stroud London Royal Mail meeting a returning coach by Charles Cooper Henderson (English, 1803-1877). The coach wearing the correct Royal Mail livery, black with red door and lower panels, Post Office red wheels, and The Royal Coat of Arms on the door with the name of the town at the end of the coach's route “Stroud London”. Signed with discreet monogram on a passing rock "CH". "R. and A. Ackermann” label to the reverse. Cooper Henderson had a long association with Ackermann. English, circa 1850.


Paintings | Coaching | Artist: Charles Cooper Henderson | Yr: 1850 |
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3 ) Pen and ink drawing of ‘The Exhibition of Hayter's picture of The Trial of Queen Caroline’ by Sir Edwin Landseer R.A. (English, 1802-1873)
A pen and ink drawing of ‘The Exhibition of Hayter's picture of The Trial of Queen Caroline’ by Sir Edwin Landseer R.A. (English, 1802-1873). The 'trial' of Queen Caroline in 1820 was not technically a trial but a parliamentary debate on a bill designed to grant the King a divorce. Sir George Hayter (1792 – 1871) was a notable English painter, specialising in portraits. Landseer had known George and his brother John since childhood and both contributed major historical paintings to the Duke of Bedford’s gallery at Woburn Abbey. Today Sir George’s painting can be seen in the National Portrait Gallery.


Paintings | Other | Artist: Sir Edwin Landseer RA | Yr: 1820 |
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4 ) A 19th century oil of a standing boy feeding his caged canary
A 19th century oil of a standing boy in an interior feeding his caged canary. Monogrammed bottom left.


Paintings | Birds |
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5 ) Circa 1900, 14 carat gold egg shaped reverse intaglio crystal pendant of a hare
A 14 carat gold egg shaped reverse intaglio crystal pendant of a hare in grassland. Marked to the reverse 585.


Reverse Intaglios | Other | Yr: 1900 |
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6 ) Miniature silver pendant containing a pack of playing cards
A miniature silver box shaped pendant containing a pack of playing cards. One side depicts hand holding a heart, club diamond and spade cards. The other marked silver. English, circa 1900.


Jewellery | Other | Yr: 1900 |
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7 ) Fish / Dover sole oil by Sir Edwin Henry Landseer RA (British, 1802-1873)
Oil still life study of three fish / Dover Sole placed on a dish by Sir Edwin Henry Landseer (English, 1802-1873). Bears inscription to the reverse, stating the study was a gift to the artist’s host. English, circa 1830.


Paintings | Other | Artist: Sir Edwin Landseer RA | Yr: 1830 |
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8 ) Weir & Sons boxed set of George V silver boar menu holders by Adie Brothers Ltd.
A Weir & Sons of Dublin London boxed set of four silver menu holders of boar heads by Adie Brothers Ltd., of Birmingham. Each assayed Birmingham 1925, marked “A & Bros. Ltd” and to the base registered design number “75547”. Complete with original box marked “Weir & Sons 96 Grafton Street 1,2, & 3 Wicklow Street Dublin”. English 1925. Adie Brothers were a Birmingham firm of silversmiths with London premises. They were regular exhibitors, and these are possible the work of their chief designer Fernand Piret.


Objets D'Art | Other | Yr: 1925 |
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9 ) Camel epergne by Henry Wilkinson and Company
A very fine gilt / ormolu and silver plated camel epergne by Henry Wilkinson and Company of Sheffield. Assayed to the base with registration mark and stamp “HW&Co”. English circa 1860.


Jewellery | Other | Yr: 1860 |
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10 ) A silver plated bon bon dish of a Bactrian camel Arab/camel handler
A silver plated bon bon dish, with a handle formed as a standing Bactrian camel with Arab/camel handler. English, circa 1880


Objets D'Art | Other | Yr: 1880 |
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11 ) Watercolour of a Paul Ernest Boniface de Castellane, Marquis de Castellane (1867-1932) by Charles Ferdinand de Condamy (1855 - 1913)
Humorist watercolour by the famous French canine artist Charles Ferdinand de Condamy (1855 - 1913) of Paul Ernest Boniface de Castellane, Marquis de Castellane (1867-1932). Signed bottom right “F de C”. French, circa 1900.


Paintings | Other | Artist: Charles Ferdinand de Condamy | Yr: 1900 |
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12 ) Humorist watercolour of a by Charles Ferdinand de Condamy (1855 - 1913)
Humorist watercolour by the famous French canine artist Charles Ferdinand de Condamy (1855 - 1913). A companion work to that of Paul Ernest Boniface de Castellane, Marquis de Castellane (1867-1932). Possibly of Castellane’s friend, Cornelis Theodorus Maria 'Kees' van Dongen (Dutch, 1877 – 1968). Signed bottom right “F de C”. French, circa 1900.


Paintings | Other | Artist: Charles Ferdinand de Condamy | Yr: 1900 |
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13 ) “Children of the Mist” by Sir Thomas Landseer ARA (English, 1795-1880), after Sir Edwin Henry Landseer (English 1802 – 1873).
“Children of the Mist” engraved by Sir Thomas Landseer ARA (English, 1795-1880), after Sir Edwin Henry Landseer (English 1802 – 1873). Alerted stag and hinds scenting danger in misty moorland setting from the painting of 1853 by Edwin Landseer at the Royal Academy 1835. A mixed method stipple engraving etching published signed in pencil.


Paintings | Other | Artist: Thomas Landseer | Yr: 1853 |
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14 ) Reverse intaglio crystal double sided game bird cufflinks
A set of reverse intaglio crystal double sided 18 carat gold set game bird cufflinks. Each cufflink with a different bird, including Partridge Pheasant and Woodcock to the other. Deeply and finely carved, and finely painted. Marked “18c”. English, circa, 1900


Reverse Intaglios | Birds | Yr: 1900 |
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15 ) A Japanese Meiji period silk embroidery / textile of a river bank scene at Tamagawa near Tokyo
Japanese Meiji period silk embroidery of a river bank scene, at Tamagawa near Tokyo. Complete in original frame. The reverse bears ink label “Tamagawa Tokio”


Objets D'Art | Other | Yr: 1910 |
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Click to see full size: Snipe studies by Boris Stefanovitch Riabouchinsky (French, 1898-1975)

16 ) Snipe studies by Boris Stefanovitch Riabouchinsky (French, 1898-1975)
Studies by Boris Stefanovitch Riabouchinsky (French, 1898-1975). Lettered top right Copyright by Ch. Ducher et Cie. 35 Ave de lOpera, Paris, No. 741 Posthumously signed in pencil bottom left B Riab. This re-strike appears in the reprint catalogues appendix to Riab by Docteur Jacques Bourdon. French, circa 1980.


Paintings | Other | Artist: Boris Stefanovitch Riabouchinsky | Yr: 1980 |
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Click to see full size: Recollections of a Record Reign dry point etching of Poodle, English Bulldog, Scottish Terrier and Irish Terrier by Frank Paton (English, 1856-1909)

17 ) Recollections of a Record Reign dry point etching of a coach passing through Temple Bar, London by Frank Paton (English, 1856-1909)
An artist proof dry point etching titled Recollections of a Record Reign by Frank Paton (English, 1856-1909). A coach passing through Temple Bar, London. It had been dismantled very carefully in 1878 and was rebuilt in Paternoster Square in 2004. The central image is surrounded by vignettes representing each year of Victoria's reign until 1896, the year of her Diamond Jubilee. These include: portraits of Prince Albert, Wellington, Disraeli, Dickens, W.C. Grace, Edwin Landseer; and others of the Queens favourites and buildings including St Paul's Cathedral, the Forth Railway Bridge and the Crystal Palce; and inventions including chlorogorm for surgery, dynamite, telephones and bicycles. Published 1898 by E E Leggatt, London, as part of the series of Christmas Cards publish from 1880 to 1909, then costing half-a-guinea each. An example exists in the collection of the British Museum following Edward Ernest Leggatts 1919 donation of a full set of the Christmas series to the museum.


Paintings | Places | Artist: Frank Paton | Yr: 1898 |
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Click to see full size: Early 19th century Irish landscape oil by James Arthur OConnor (Irish, 1792-1841)

18 ) Early 19th century Irish landscape oil by James Arthur OConnor (Irish, 1792-1841)
An early 19th century Irish landscape oil by James Arthur OConnor (Irish, 1792-1841). The reverse bears old label Connor (the Irish Claude). Irish, circa 1830.


Paintings | Places | Artist: James Arthur OConnor | Yr: 1830 |
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Click to see full size: Gouache and watercolour sketch of cattle / cows by a lakeside attributable to thomas sidney cooper cvo ra (english. 1803-1902)

19 ) Gouache and watercolour sketch of cattle / cows by a lakeside attributable to Thomas Sidney Cooper CVO RA (English, 1803 1902)
Gouache and watercolour sketch on buff paper of cattle / cows gathered by a lakeside attributable to Thomas Sidney Cooper CVO RA (English, 1803 1902)


Paintings | Farm Animal | Artist: Thomas Sidney Cooper |
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Click to see full size: An equestrian reverse intaglio crystal gold stick pin of a steeplechaser before a water fence

20 ) An equestrian reverse intaglio crystal gold stick pin of a steeplechaser before a water fence.
An equestrian circular reverse intaglio gold stick pin of a steeplechaser before a water fence. The jockey in yellow and red silks. Fine ropework beading. English circa 1890. Reverse intaglio crystals are commonly and erroneously often called Essex Crystals.


Reverse Intaglios | Other | Yr: 1890 |
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Click to see full size: A reverse intaglio crystal stick pin of a yachting ensign of a dove

21 ) A reverse intaglio crystal stick pin of a yachting ensign of a dove
A circular reverse intaglio 18 carat gold set crystal stick pin of a yachting ensign of a dove. The dove being the symbol of peace. Marked to the reverse �18ct�. English circa 1900. Reverse intaglio crystals are commonly and erroneously often called Essex Crystals.


Reverse Intaglios | Other | Yr: 1900 |
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Click to see full size: A blue enamel and gilt metal Playgoers Club button badge for the President contained in orig. plush-lined blue morocco gilt case by D. & J. Wellby Ltd., Garrick Street, London.

22 ) A blue enamel and gilt metal Playgoers Club button badge for the President contained in orig. plush-lined blue morocco gilt case by D. & J. Wellby Ltd., Garrick Street, London.
A blue enamel and gilt metal Playgoers Club button badge for the President, contained in orig. plush-lined blue morocco gilt case by D. & J. Wellby Ltd., Garrick Street, London. Believed worn by Club President Sir Edward Marshall Hall, KC, (1858 1927). English, circa 1912 Founded by Heneage Mandell in 1884, the London Playgoers Club met regularly to afford members facilities for Critical Theatrical Discussions in the form of debate[s]. Playgoers in Victorian England did not generally enjoy a favorable reputation, stereotyped as abrasive at best and dangerous at worst. Mandell and his colleagues sought to promote a more genteel image of playgoers while nurturing a relationship between the players and audience.


Jewellery | Other | Yr: 1912 |
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Click to see full size: A 19th century oil on panel of four goats

23 ) A Victorian oil on panel of four goats / kids.
A mid-19th century Victorian oil on panel of four goats / kids. Indistinguishable signature bottom right. Circa 1850


Paintings | Farm Animal | Yr: 1830 |
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Click to see full size: Royal Mail coaching oil by John Charles Maggs (English, 18191896)

24 ) Royal Mail coaching oil by John Charles Maggs (English, 1819 - 1896)
An oil on canvas of a Royal Mail coach laden with passengers and luggage stopping at "Ye Old Hat Whitbread's Entire" by John Charles Maggs (English, 1819 - 1896). The coach wearing the correct Royal Mail livery, black with red door and lower panels, and Post Office red wheels. The original "Old Hat" was on the Uxbridge Road, Ealing, W13, the public house was Flynn's, after a period as the Walsingham Arms. Signed bottom left Signed "J. C. Maggs". English, circa 1880.


Paintings | Other | Artist: John Charles Maggs | Yr: 1880 |
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Click to see full size: Oil on canvas of horses, mares and foals by Wright Barker

25 ) Oil on canvas of horses, mares and foals by Wright Barker RBA (English, 1864 - 1941)
Oil on canvas of horses, mares and foals in rolling English countryside by Wright Barker RBA (English, 1864 - 1941) Signed bottom left "Wright Barker". English, circa 1900. A similar large oil on canvas of mares and foals by the artist titled "Wright Barker The Beeches Ollerton Newark" was sold at Christies New York, 30th May 2002. This could be the same location


Paintings | Horse | Artist: Wright Barker | Yr: 1900 |
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