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26 ) Mid 19th snow scene of the London to Leeds Royal Mail carriage / coaching / four-in- hand oil by Charles Cooper Henderson (English, 1803-1877)
A mid 19th century oil on board of a London to Leeds Royal Mail coach progressing through deep snow 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. Signed with discreet monogram "CH", within the roof luggage. English, circa 1850.


Paintings | Coaching | Artist: Charles Cooper Henderson | Yr: 1850 |
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27 ) "Mein Hund Quick", a dry-point etching of a King Charles Spaniel Cavalier by Richard Muller (German, 1874-1954)
An artist's proof dry-point miniature etching of "Mein Hund Quick" a recumbent King Charles Spaniel by Richard Muller (German, 1874-1954). Signed Signed "Rich. Müller" and dated "Oktober 1912". German 1921.


Paintings | King Charles Cavalier Spaniel | Artist: Richard Muller | Yr: 1912 |
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28 ) The York and Edinburgh Royal Mail Coach trapped in a snow drift by James Pollard (English, 1792–1867)
An oil on canvas of The York and Edinburgh Royal Mail Coach trapped in a snow drift on a country lane by James Pollard (English, 1792–1867). Two coachmen encourage the horses while another man tries to unblock the wheel, and another on one of the horses rides off in the field behind; trees behind for help. The coach fully laden, wears 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 and dated 1827. English 1827.


Paintings | Horse | Artist: James Pollard | Yr: 1827 |
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29 ) The Yarmouth Mail stationery at the Tree Cups, Colchester by James Pollard (English, 1792–1867)
An oil on canvas of The Yarmouth Mail at the Three Cups, Colchester by James Pollard (English, 1792–1867). The coach fully laden, wears 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 and dated 1831. English 1831.


Paintings | Horse | Artist: James Pollard | Yr: 1831 |
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30 ) The York and London Mail in a snowstorm by Henry Thomas Alken Snr. (English, 1785 – 1851). Signed with initials
An oil on canvas of The York and London Mail in a snowstorm in snow covered landscape by Henry Thomas Alken Snr. (English, 1785 – 1851). The coach fully laden, wears 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 with initials.


Paintings | Horse | Artist: Henry Alken |
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31 ) “The Sentinel”, ‘Duke of Beaufort's Lion and Dash’, pencil drawing by Thomas Landseer ARA (1794 – 1880) after Sir Edwin Henry Landseer RA (1802 –1873)
“The Sentinel” A pencil drawing by Thomas Landseer ARA (1793 or 1794 – 20 January 1880) after Sir Edwin Henry Landseer RA (7 March 1802 – 1 October 1873) oil painting of the same. A black Spaniel (Dash) dog barks at a recumbent St Bernard (Lion), Being portraits of Lion and Dash, the Duke of Beaufort's dogs, from the painting Edwin Landseer exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1840. Thomas Landseer engraved a mixed media on chine collé print of the work, published 18th June, 1844 by Henry Graves & Co. English, circa 1844.


Paintings | Spaniel | Artist: Thomas Landseer | Yr: 1844 |
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32 ) 'Sans Interdit' humorous lithograph by Borris O'Klein / Jean Herblet (French, 1893-1985)
'Sans Interdit', (No Entry), hand coloured humorous lithograph by Borris O'Klein / Jean Herblet (French, 1893-1985) from the artist’s ‘Dirty Dogs of Paris’ series. The pedigree dogs include a French Bulldog, Bulldog, Poodle and Scottish Terrier. Signed in pencil bottom right “O'Klein”, and titled bottom left 'Sans Interdit'.


Paintings | French Bulldog | Artist: Borris O'Klein |
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Click to see full size: Oil of “Putz” a Norfolk Terrier by George Thomas Paice (1854 – 1925).

33 ) Oil of “Putz” a Norfolk Terrier by George Thomas Paice (1854 – 1925)
Oil on canvas of “Putz” a seated Norfolk Terrier in an interior by George Thomas Paice (24 November 1854 – 14 March 1925). Signed and dated bottom left "G Paice 95” and titled centre “Putz”. English 1895.


Paintings | Norfolk Terrier | Artist: George Paice | Yr: 1895 |
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34 ) Oil on canvas of a Greyhound by John Emms (English, 1843-1912).
Oil on canvas of a young fawn Greyhound seated in a garden ready to play ball by John Emms (English, 1843-1912). Signed bottom left “J Emms”. English, circa 1885.


Paintings | Greyhound | Artist: John Emms | Yr: 1885 |
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35 ) A watercolour of “Bumble” a Dalmatian by Reuben Ward Binks (English, 1880 - 1950)
A watercolour of “Bumble” a Dalmatian seated before a pillar by Reuben Ward Binks (English, 1880 - 1950). Titled and dated top right “Bumble 1945” and signed bottom right "Ward Binks". English 1945.


Paintings | Dalmatian | Artist: Reuben Ward Binks | Yr: 1945 |
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36 ) 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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Click to see full size: Oil on canvas of a pair of Phalane / King Charles Spaniel by Jacob Philippe Hackert (German, 1737 - 1807)

37 ) Oil on canvas of a pair of Phalane / King Charles Spaniel by Jacob Philippe Hackert (German, 1737 - 1807)
An oil painting of a pair of pampered Phalane / King Charles Spaniels seated in a grass landscape. One dog sits upon a luxuriantly decorated, coloured pearl satin tasselled cushion while the standing dog looks on.


Paintings | King Charles Cavalier Spaniel | Artist: Jacob Philippe Hackert | Yr: 1788 |
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Click to see full size: Mid 19th century night scene of a Royal Mail carriage / coaching / four-in- hand oil by Charles Cooper Henderson (English, 1803-1877)

38 ) Mid 19th century night scene of a Royal Mail carriage / coaching / four-in- hand oil by Charles Cooper Henderson (English, 1803-1877)
A mid 19th century oil on canvas of a Royal Mail carriage progressing at speed at night by Charles Cooper Henderson (English, 1803-1877). The coach displays the correct Royal Mail livery with a black with red door and lower panels, Post Office-red wheels, and The Royal Coat of Arms on the door. Signed with a discreet monogram on one of the packages on the roof "CH". Complete in original Hay & Lyall gilt frame. The reverse bears the remnants of the framer’s label “Hay & Lyall, Decorators, Carvers, Gilders & Printsellers to the Queen, 73 Union Street Aberdeen, established 1811”. Hay received his Royal Appointment as Carver & Gilder to Queen Victoria at Aberdeen in 1846. English, circa 1850.


Paintings | Coaching | Artist: Charles Cooper Henderson | Yr: 1850 |
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Click to see full size: Mid 19th century English Louth-London Royal Mail coaching oil by Charles Cooper Henderson (English, 1803-1877)

39 ) Mid 19th century English Louth-London Royal Mail coaching oil by Charles Cooper Henderson (English, 1803-1877)
A mid 19th century oil on canvas of the Louth London Royal Mail coach crossing countryside 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. Signed with discreet monogram to one of the packages on the roof "CH". Complete in original Hay & Lyall gilt frame. The reverse bears the remnants of the framer’s label “Hay & Lyall, Decorators, Carvers, Gilders & Printsellers to the Queen, 73 Union Street Aberdeen, established 1811”. Hay received his Royal Appointment as Carver & Gilder to Queen Victoria at Aberdeen in 1846. English, circa 1850.


Paintings | Coaching | Artist: Charles Cooper Henderson | Yr: 1850 |
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40 ) "A West Highlander", West Highland Terrier dry-point etching by Herbert Thomas Dicksee RE (English, 1862-1942)
"A West Highlander" is an Artist’ proof dry-point drawing of a seated West Highland Terrier for the series of etchings entitled, "Footsteps"; an edition limited to just 150 by Herbert Thomas Dicksee RE (English, 1862-1942), published by Frost & Reed in 1930. Numbered and signed in pencil, bottom right “8/150 Herbert Dicksee”. Lettered, bottom centre “Copyright by Frost & Reed Ltd. (of Bristol England), of the United States of America”. On the reverse there is a 1980’s label for “The Countryman’s Gallery 14 Harcourt Estate, Kibworth Harcourt, Leicestershire, Telephone 053753 3211 Sporting and Country Pictures, Prints and Books”. English, 1930".


Paintings | West Highland White Terrier | Artist: Thomas Herbert Dicksee, RE | Yr: 1930 |
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Click to see full size: “Pepper” a West Highland Terrier oil by Gourlay Steell RSA (Scottish, 1819 -1894)

41 ) “Pepper” a West Highland Terrier / Cairn oil by Gourlay Steell RSA (Scottish, 1819 -1894)
“Pepper” a celebrated West Highland Terrier by Gourlay Steell RSA (Scottish, 1819 -1894). Pepper, whose name refers to his colour sits in a Scottish interior. Framed in the artist’s favourite rounded top gilt frame. Signed in red, bottom left “Gourlay Steell RSA” and dated “1871”. Titled top left, beneath frame “Pepper”, and initialled and dated top right “GS 1871”. Scottish 1871.


Paintings | West Highland White Terrier | Artist: Gourlay Steell |
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Click to see full size: A sleeping Yorkshire Terrier oil by Franklin Whiting Rogers (American, 1854-1917).

42 ) A sleeping Yorkshire Terrier oil by Franklin Whiting Rogers (American, 1854-1917)
An oil on canvas of a Yorkshire Terrier asleep on a red drape by Franklin Whiting Rogers (American, 1854-1917). In the background a wine glass. Signed and dated bottom right “F W Rogers 1880”. American 1880.


Paintings | Yorkshire Terrier | Artist: Franklin Whiting Rogers | Yr: 1880 |
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Click to see full size: Pastel on paper of a Bearded Collie by Marjorie Turner (English, early 20th century)

43 ) Pastel on paper of a Bearded Collie by Marjorie Turner (English, early 20th century)
A pastel on buff card of a Bearded Collie before a window recumbent on a red tartan rug. Signed bottom left "Marjorie Turner".


Paintings | Collie | Artist: Marjorie Turner |
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Click to see full size: Pastel of a Sealyham Terrier seated by the ball by Marjorie Turner (English, early 20th Century)

44 ) Pastel of a Sealyham Terrier seated by the ball by Marjorie Turner (English, early 20th Century)
A pastel on grey paper of a seated Sealyham Terrier by Marjorie Turner.


Paintings | Sealyham Terrier | Artist: Marjorie Turner |
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Click to see full size:  Pastel drawings of Gallant a West Highland Terrier by Miss Maud M Turner (English, 1862 - 1947)

45 ) Pastel drawings of Gallant a West Highland Terrier by Miss Marjorie Turner (English, 1862 - 1947)
Studies in pastel and pencil on grey paper of Gallant a West Highland Terrier by Miss Marjorie Turner (English, 1862 - 1947). Preparatory sketches of Gallant, who featured in the artist’s book “Gallant And Dopey Pages from a Dog's Scrapbook”, an illustrated children’s book of the adventures of a Scottish Terrier and a West Highland Terrier published by Raphael Tuck & Sons Ltd (Fine Art Publishers to their Majesty's the King & Queen & to H.M. Queen Mary) in 1948. English, circa 1940.


Paintings | West Highland White Terrier | Artist: Marjorie Turner | Yr: 1940 |
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Click to see full size: A woodcut of a running Beagle by Christopher Gifford Ambler (English, 1886-1965)

46 ) A woodcut of a running Beagle by Christopher Gifford Ambler (English, 1886-1965)
Woodcut in watercolour on paper with additional body colour by Christopher Gifford Ambler (English, 1886-1965). Monogram to lower left corner “CA”. Titled in the margin “Tails up!”. In ink to the reverse “Greetings from John, The Bongalow Kennington Oxford” English, circa 1950.


Paintings | Beagle | Artist: Christopher Gifford Ambler | Yr: 1950 |
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Click to see full size: “Unhampered!” lithograph card of a puppy emerging from travel basket design by Christopher Gifford Ambler (English, 1886-1965)

47 ) “Unhampered!” lithograph card of a puppy emerging from travel basket design by Christopher Gifford Ambler (English, 1886-1965)
“Unhampered!” lithograph card of a puppy emerging from wicker travel basket, design by Christopher Gifford Ambler (English, 1886-1965). Titled “Unhampered!”. To the reverse in ink “With Love from John”. English, circa 1950.


Paintings | Other | Artist: Christopher Gifford Ambler | Yr: 1950 |
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Click to see full size:    “The First Adventure”, a lithograph Christmas card of a pair of Sealyham Terriers design by Christopher Gifford Ambler (English, 1886-1965)

48 ) “The First Adventure”, a lithograph Christmas card of a pair of Sealyham Terriers design by Christopher Gifford Ambler (English, 1886-1965)
“The First Adventure”, a Christmas card of a pair of Sealyham Terriers curious over a stray chick, design by Christopher Gifford Ambler (English, 1886-1965). Titled “The First Adventure”. To the reverse in ink “All the Best from John”. English, circa 1950.


Paintings | Sealyham Terrier | Artist: Christopher Gifford Ambler | Yr: 1950 |
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Click to see full size:    “Can You Eat It”, a lithograph Christmas card of a pair of Cocker Spaniels design by Christopher Gifford Ambler (English, 1886-1965) for for “Samuel A. C. Todd”

49 ) “Can You Eat It”, a lithograph Christmas card of a pair of Cocker Spaniels design by Christopher Gifford Ambler (English, 1886-1965) for for “Samuel A. C. Todd”
“Can You Eat It”, a Christmas card of a pair of Cocker Spaniels seated by the Christmas Tree with a Father Christmas, designed by Christopher Gifford Ambler (English, 1886-1965) for “Samuel A. C. Todd Ltd” of 26 Bothwell St., Glasgow. Titled “Can You Eat It”. Inside inscribed in ink “John, To all the household and overflow”. English circa, 1950.


Paintings | Spaniel (Cocker) | Artist: Christopher Gifford Ambler | Yr: 1950 |
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Click to see full size: A pencil drawing of a Donkey by Christopher Gifford Ambler (English, 1886-1965)

50 ) A pencil drawing of a Donkey by Christopher Gifford Ambler (English, 1886-1965)
Pencil drawing on paper of a standing donkey by Christopher Gifford Ambler (English, 1886-1965). Signed bottom right "C Ambler". English, circa 1940’s.


Paintings | Other | Artist: Christopher Gifford Ambler | Yr: 1940 |
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