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26 ) Limited edition etching on paper of the Sealyham Terrier 'Susan' by Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin RBA (1870-1935)
Numbered and signed in pencil (17/150 Cecil Aldin), English late 1920's. Susan was the artist's dog who accompanied Aldin on his travels to Majorca.


Paintings | Sealyham Terrier | Artist: Cecil Aldin | Yr: 1928 |
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27 ) West Highland Terrier drawing by Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin RBA (English, 1870-1935)
A rare pen, chalk and watercolour of West Highland Terrier in begging pose by Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin RBA (English, 1870-1935). Signed bottom left "Cecil Aldin". A preparatory drawing for a published work or periodical such as The Illustrated London News or The Sketch for whom Aldin illustrated. This West Highland Terrier in light-hearted humorous pose was clearly modelled / inspired by Aldin's Terrier neighbour, "Slickerson", when the artist was living in Reading. Aldin famously remarked that "Slickerson" spent most of his upright and begging by the front door until he was let in. 11 x 7 � inches


Paintings | West Highland White Terrier | Artist: Cecil Aldin | Yr: 1920 |
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28 ) West Highland Terrier drawing by Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin RBA (English, 1870-1935)
A rare pen, chalk and watercolour of a West Highland Terrier in begging pose by Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin RBA (English, 1870-1935). Signed bottom right "Cecil Aldin". A preparatory drawing for a published work or periodical such as The Illustrated London News or The Sketch for whom Aldin illustrated, or possibly an image of Aldin's West Highland Terrier.


Paintings | West Highland White Terrier | Artist: Cecil Aldin | Yr: 1920 |
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29 ) Scottish Terrier drawing by Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin RBA (English, 1870-1935)
A rare pen, chalk and watercolour of a Scottish Terrier on its hind feet by Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin RBA (English, 1870-1935). Signed bottom right Cecil Aldin. A preparatory drawing for a published work or perhaps Lost, Strayed and Stolen Aldin story of the Scottish Terrier Woppets who was stolen and offered for sale in Londons Brick Lane Market.


Paintings | Scottish Terrier | Artist: Cecil Aldin | Yr: 1925 |
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Click to see full size: Sealyham Terrier drawing by Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin

30 ) Sealyham Terrier drawing by Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin RBA (English, 1870-1935)
A rare pen, chalk and watercolour of Sealyham Terrier in begging pose by Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin RBA (English, 1870-1935). Signed bottom left "Cecil Aldin". A preparatory drawing for a published work or periodical such as The Illustrated London News or The Sketch for whom Aldin illustrated.


Paintings | Sealyham Terrier | Artist: Cecil Aldin | Yr: 1920 |
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Click to see full size: etching of  West Highland Terrier by  Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin RBA

31 ) Limited edition dry-point etching of West Highland Terrier by Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin RBA (1870-1935)
A limited edition dry-point etching of a West Highland Terrier recumbent on a armchair by Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin RBA (1870-1935) Numbered in pencil bottom left "43/100" and signed bottom right " Cecil Aldin". English, circa late 1920's.


Paintings | West Highland White Terrier | Artist: Cecil Aldin | Yr: 1928 |
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32 ) Cocker Spaniel drawing by Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin RBA (English, 1870-1935)
A rare graphite and watercolour with white heightening of Cocker Spaniel in begging pose by Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin RBA (English, 1870-1935). Signed bottom left Cecil Aldin. A preparatory drawing for a published work or periodical such as The Illustrated London News or The Sketch for whom Aldin illustrated. Note the artists purposely placed watercolour blob, as the artists aid on which to focus the dogs gaze. This Cocker Spaniel in light-hearted humorous pose was clearly modelled / inspired by Aldins Sealyham Terrier neighbour, Slickerson, when the artist was living in Reading. Aldin famously remarked that Slickerson spent most of his upright and begging by the front door until he was let in.


Paintings | Spaniel (Cocker) | Artist: Cecil Aldin |
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33 ) West Highland Terrier etching by Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin RBA (1870-1935)
"Who Said Rats? a limited edition dry-point etching of a West Highland Terrier wearing a coat seated on a sofa by Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin RBA (English, 1870-1935). In pencil numbered bottom left 149/150 and signed Cecil Aldin. The reverse bears original label WHO SAID RATS? ORIGINAL ETCHING BY CECIL ALDIN and period label Bernard J Stone Fine Art Dealer & Picture Framer, 11 Brunswick Place Newcastle on Tyne. English, circa 1920


Paintings | West Highland White Terrier | Artist: Cecil Aldin | Yr: 1920 |
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34 ) A coaching oil by Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin RBA (1870-1935)
A coaching oil by Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin RBA (English, 1870-1935). The coach and four blinkered horses with seven up travelling at speed chased by white terrier. English circa 1910. Known for his coaching prints and such coaching books as "The Romance of the Road the Story of Inns, Roads, Coaches and Travellers", such oils are rare.


Paintings | Horse | Artist: Cecil Aldin | Yr: 1910 |
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35 ) “Boss-eyed Peter” the West Highland Terrier, drawing by Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin RBA (English, 1870-1935)
A rare preparatory drawing on ivorine by Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin RBA (English, 1870-1935), of “Boss-eyed Peter” his beloved West Highland Terrier published 1934 by Eyre & Spottiswoode in Aldin’s “Just Among Friends”. Signed and dedicated bottom right “from Cecil Aldin to Adele Astaire”. The reverse bears interesting pencil note “71/3 wide deep etch note artists instruction”. Lady Charles Cavendish Adele Astaire (American, 1896-1981) was Fred Astaire’s famous elder sister, and his partner in a 27-year career in vaudeville and theatre, beginning when he was five and she was eight. English, 1934.


Paintings | West Highland White Terrier | Artist: Cecil Aldin | Yr: 1934 |
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36 ) Limited edition ivorine miniature of the Sealyham Terrier 'Susan' by Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin RBA (1870-1935)
Limited edition ivorine miniature of the Sealyham Terrier 'Susan' by Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin RBA (1870-1935) English late 1920's.


Minatures | Sealyham Terrier | Artist: Cecil Aldin | Yr: 1920 |
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Click to see full size: Study of Sealyhams, drawing, by Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin RBA (English, 1870-1935)

37 ) Study of Sealyhams, drawing, by Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin RBA (English, 1870-1935)
A study of Sealyhams lying, in pencil and chalk on brown paper by Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin RBA (English, 1870-1935). Signed in pencil bottom right “Cecil Aldin”. English, circa 1920.


Paintings | Sealyham Terrier | Artist: Cecil Aldin | Yr: 1920 |
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Click to see full size: Ivorine miniature of a “Bedlington Terrier” by Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin RBA (English, 1870-1935)

38 ) Ivorine miniature of a “Bedlington Terrier” by Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin RBA (English, 1870-1935)
An ivorine miniature of a standing “Bedlington Terrier” by Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin RBA (English, 1870-1935). Signed bottom right “Cecil Aldin”. Francis Iles Gallery, Rochest, Kent, label to the reverse. First illustrated, “Dogs of Character” by Cecil Aldin, published by Eyre Spottiswoode, 1927. Here titled “A Bedlington Terrier”, page 6. English, circa 1927.


Paintings | Bedlington Terrier | Artist: Cecil Aldin | Yr: 1927 |
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Click to see full size: Ivorine miniature of “A Dalmatian” by Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin RBA (English, 1870-1935)

39 ) Ivorine miniature of “A Dalmatian” by Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin RBA (English, 1870-1935)
An ivorine miniature of “A Dalmatian” by Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin RBA (English, 1870-1935). Signed bottom left “Cecil Aldin”. Francis Iles Gallery, Rochest, Kent, label to the reverse. First illustrated, “Dogs of Character” by Cecil Aldin, published by Eyre Spottiswoode, 1927. Here titled “A Dalmatian”, page 62. English, circa 1927.


Paintings | Dalmatian | Artist: Cecil Aldin | Yr: 1927 |
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40 ) Ivorine miniature of "Susan the Pekingese" by Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin RBA (English, 1870-1935)
An ivorine miniature of "Susan the Pekingese" lying before a cushion by Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin RBA (English, 1870-1935). Signed bottom left “Cecil Aldin”. Illustrated in the artist’s 1933 book “Dogs of Every Day”.


Paintings | Pekingese | Artist: Cecil Aldin |
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41 ) Ivorine miniature of a Rough Collie with puppy by Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin RBA (English, 1870-1935)
An ivorine miniature of a recumbent Rough Collie disturbed by a puppy, by Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin RBA (English, 1870-1935). Signed bottom left “Cecil Aldin”. English, circa 1930’s.


Paintings | Collie | Artist: Cecil Aldin | Yr: 1930 |
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42 ) Ivorine miniature of “Loopy” the Dalmatian Puppy by Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin RBA (English, 1870-1935)
An ivorine miniature of “Loopy” the seated Dalmatian Puppy, by Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin RBA (English, 1870-1935). Signed bottom right “Cecil Aldin”. This was published in “An Artist's Models”, with 20 colour plates illustrated by Cecil Aldin, and published, H. F. & G. Witherby, London, 1930. English, circa 1930. Known as “Loopy the Ugly Puppy”, a little harsh, as Aldin has captured this lovely puppy superbly. There is a print of this in the Royal Academy of Arts Collection


Paintings | Dalmatian | Artist: Cecil Aldin | Yr: 1930 |
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Click to see full size: Ivorine miniature of a Scottish Terrier, by Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin RBA (English, 1870-1935)

43 ) Ivorine miniature of a Scottish Terrier, by Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin RBA (English, 1870-1935)
A large ivorine miniature of a standing Scottish Terrier, by Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin RBA (English, 1870-1935). Signed bottom right “Cecil Aldin”. English, circa 1925.


Minatures | Scottish Terrier | Artist: Cecil Aldin | Yr: 1925 |
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Click to see full size: “The End of the Day” Scottish Terrier dry-point etching by Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin RBA

44 ) “The End of the Day” Scottish Terrier dry-point etching by Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin RBA
“The End of the Day”, a dry-point etching of the recumbent sleepy Scottish Terrier, ‘Nonie’ by Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin RBA (English, 1870-1935). Titled and numbered in the margin, in pencil, bottom left, “The End of the Day 2/150” and “Cecil Aldin”. English, circa 1925.


Paintings | Scottish Terrier | Artist: Cecil Aldin | Yr: 1925 |
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Paintings | Terrier | Artist: Samuel Alken |
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Click to see full size: oil of a Royal Mail Coach travelling across open heath by William Joseph

46 ) Coaching oil, the Leeds Royal Mail by Samuel Henry Alken (English, 1810-1894)
Coaching oil of the Leeds Royal Mail at speed across the Yorkshire Moors by Samuel Henry Alken (English, 1810-1894). 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 coachs route, Leeds. Signed on a rock bottom left H Alken. English, circa 1885


Paintings | Horse | Artist: Samuel Alken | Yr: 1885 |
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47 ) Coaching oil, the Leeds Royal Mail by Samuel Henry Alken (English, 1810-1894)
Coaching oil of a Royal Mail coach crossing landscape passing seated man with his dog by Samuel Henry Alken (English, 1810-1894). 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.Signed bottom left "H Alken". Frame bears label for HENRY ALKEN Jnr. (1810-1894), being Samuel Henry Alken. English, circa 1885 Provenance: Leger Galleries, 13 Old Bond Street June 1969 Christies London.


Paintings | Other | Artist: Samuel Alken | Yr: 1885 |
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48 ) Coaching oil “On Top of The Hill” by Henry Thomas Alken Snr. (English, 1785 – 1851)
An oil on panel of a coach fully laden with passengers and luggage following an incline as it approaches a thatched cottage. by Henry Thomas Alken Snr. (English, 1785 – 1851). 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. The reverse bears ink label “Coaching Scene A Alken Sen. “On Top of The Hill”. English, circa 1815.


Paintings | Coaching | Artist: Henry Alken | Yr: 1815 |
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49 ) Coaching oil “Doing Collar Work” by Henry Thomas Alken Snr. (English, 1785 – 1851)
An oil on panel of a coach fully laden with passengers and luggage following an incline as it approaches a thatched cottage. by Henry Thomas Alken Snr. (English, 1785 – 1851). 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. The reverse bears ink label “Coaching Scene A Alken Sen. Very rare old painting. Horses - "doing Collar work" up the hill”. Monogrammed and dated on the milestone “1815”. English, 1815.


Paintings | Coaching | Artist: Henry Alken | Yr: 1815 |
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50 ) A pair of snow scene carriage / coaching / four-in- hand oils by Henry Thomas Alken Snr. (English, 1785 – 1851)
A pair of oils depicting Royal Mail coaches in snowy landscapes by Henry Thomas Alken Snr. (English, 1785 – 1851). The fully-laden coaches wear the correct Royal Mail livery, black with red doors 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.


Paintings | Coaching | Artist: Henry Alken | Yr: 1815 |
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