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Fine Art, Antiques & Specialist Collectors
Fine Art, Antiques & Specialist Collectors
Lot 98A collection of GB Royal Mail booklets, QEII mint stamps, all originally purchased 2008-2009, comprising 6 booklets of 12 x 1st class Christmas stamps, 3 booklets of 12 x 1st class stamps, 12 booklets of 6 x 1st class stamps, 3 booklets of 4 x 1st class Large stamps, 6 booklets of 12 x 2nd class Christmas stamps, 3 booklets of 12 x 2nd class stamps, and 3 booklets of 4 x 2nd class Large stamps, combined face value £210+. (1 bag).
Lot 99A collection of GB Royal Mail booklets, QEII mint stamps, all originally purchased 2009-2010, comprising 3 booklets of 12 x 1st class Christmas stamps, 16 booklets of 6 x 1st class stamps, 3 booklets of 12 x 2nd class Christmas stamps, 3 booklets of 4 x Europe up to 20g Air Mail stamps, and 3 booklets of 4 x Worldwide up to 20g Air Mail stamps, combined face value £125+. (1 bag).
Lot 100A collection of GB Royal Mail booklets, QEII mint stamps, all originally purchased 2009-2011, comprising 3 booklets of 12 x 1st class Wallace & Gromit Christmas stamps, 24 booklets of 6 x 1st class stamps, 3 booklets of 12 x 2nd class Wallace & Gromit Christmas stamps, combined face value £160+. (1 bag).
Lot 101A collection of GB Royal Mail booklets, QEII mint stamps, all originally purchased 2011-2012, comprising 6 booklets of 12 x 1st class Christmas stamps, 3 booklets of 12 x 1st class stamps, 12 booklets of 6 x 1st class stamps, 6 booklets of 12 x 2nd class Christmas stamps, combined face value £180+. (1 bag).
Lot 103A large and impressive collection of GB mint stamps, QEII, Royal Mail Smilers sheets, comprising 117 full sheets, each of approx 20 1st class stamps, some with 2nd class and some with higher face value stamps, dates from 2000 to 2019, including Christmas issue, Seasons Greetings, Occasions, World Cup, Olympics, Remembrance, England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom, Anniversary issues of Machin Definitives, Country Definitives, Post Boxes, Post Marks, 175th Anniversary of the Penny Red, Aircraft, Travel, Paddington, The Gruffalo, Harry Potter, Star Wars, Game of Thrones, James Bond, and Cartoon Smilers Crosswords, together, together with a £10 commemorative postal order '1953-2003 Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Queen's Coronation', and a 1st class Airletter folder, combined face value £1500+, presented together in plastic folders in a green WH Smith Collectors Range album. (1 album).
Lot 104A group of pictures, comprising a print after Russell Flint, 23.3 by 33cm, mounted, glazed and framed, 43.3 by 53.3cm, a print titled 'Approach to the Valley', a print of Devon, Castle Combe, Wilts, print, two scrimshaw style cast resin ovals depicting 'The Bark Veronica' and 'The Redoutable', each 10cm, and nine modern small oval enamels in frames. (15).
Lot 105Seven colour prints of WWII British and other aircraft, including a Robert Taylor print, 'Lancaster', signed by Leonard Cheshire, 49 by 59 cm, glazed and framed, 57 by 67cm, a Roy Nockolds print, 'The Eyes of the Convoy', depiction of a Sunderland seaplane, 49 by 57cm, mounted, glazed and framed, 70.5 by 78cm, and a photographic print titled 'RAF St. Mawgan 12 August 1981', depicting four Canberras flying in formation, indistinctly signed by pilots, 42 by 55cm, mounted, glazed and framed, 57 by 68cm, together with an original painting of a Lancaster bomber flying over RAFA Richard Peck House, by Derek Buckler, 27 by 39.5cm, mounted and framed, 41.5 by 56cm. (8).
Lot 106After Neil Cawthorne: 'The Last Race', a limited edition print, pencil signed and numbered 100/850 lower left, signed by a variety of horse racing personalities, 34 by 50.5cm, mounted, glazed and framed, 52 by 65cm, together with a certificate identifying the signatures and detailing previous purchase..
Lot 107After Terence Cuneo (British, 1907-1996): two signed limited edition locomotive prints, 'Flying Scotsman', signed and numbered 193/850 in pencil to margin, also pencil signed by Sir William McAlpine and Alan E. Pegler, 54 by 68cm, mounted, glazed and framed 77.5 by 88cm, and 'City of London', signed and numbered 752/850 in pencil to margin, 44.5 by 60.5cm, mounted, glazed and framed, 65 by 80cm, both with certificates. (2).
Lot 108After David Shepherd (British, 1931-2017): a signed limited edition print 'The Mountain Gorillas of Rwanda', signed and numbered 621/1500 in pencil to margin, with certificate verso, 46 by 68cm, mounted, glazed and framed, 77.5 by 95cm, together with a limited edition print after Paul Hart: 'Swan & Cygnets', signed and numbered 223/5000 in pencil to margin, 38.5 by 29cm, mounted, glazed and framed, 58 by 49cm, with certificate. (2).
Lot 113A collection of 17th century and later printed works, including Sebastien Leclec (French 1637-1714, engraver to Louis XIV c. 1688), hand coloured engraving 'Alexander Entering Babylon', 26.5 by 38.5cm mounted glazed and framed, 47 by 60.3cm together with a bound edition of the 'Gentleman's Magazine', pub. 1773, with issues from January to June, including a reference to Phillis Wheatley, a Black slave girl poet, p.226, with an 1866 volume, an 1885 'Gentleman's Magazine Library', and an 1800 edition of 'The Weekly Entertainer', together with a collection of Flaxman prints include some scenes from Homer's the Iliad and the Odyssey. (6).
Lot 114A group of three interesting 19th century prints of coach designs, comprising one titled ‘Dress Coach Built for His Majesty the King of Prussia’, after C. J. Galliford, engraved by J. Gilby, hand-coloured and heightened with gum-arabic, and another untitled, facsimile signature, Lewis Becker sc., both from ‘The Carriage Builders' and Harness Makers' Art Journal’, a/f both slipped in mounts, each 15 by 23cm, mounted, glazed and framed, 34 by 42.5cm, and one titled ‘Single Brougham’, from ‘Containing Imitations of Drawings of Fashionable Carriages’, published by R. Ackermann & I. G. Beygangs, 16 by 25cm, mounted, glazed and framed, 34 by 42.5cm. (3).
Lot 116Harold Gilbert FRSA (British, late 19th / early 20th century): 'A Study of Trees near Hayfield', signed and dated lower right, titled to mount, gallery labels verso, 34 by 24.5cm, mounted, glazed and framed, 55 by 41cm, together with a print after Chen Shao-Mei, 'Bathing the Buffalo', a print of a Chinese girl holding a lantern, and an oak framed fire screen, with tapestry inset, 40 by 40cm, overall 70cm high. (4).
Lot 119Arthur Henry Knighton-Hammond (1875-1970): watercolour study of a portentious sky, signed, together with another watercolour attributed to Arthur Henry Knighton-Hammond (1875-1970) watercolour landscape with cloudy skies, unsigned, both 26.8 by 37cm, mounted 46 by 45cm, and unframed. (2).
Lot 126F. K. Nickson (British, 19th century): three oils on canvases, all signed, comprising a castle and moat scene, indistinctly dated, 45.5 by 61cm, two Continental street scenes, both dated '1889' and 30.5 by 46cm, together with a country scene with windmill, 'F K Nickson' signed in pencil verso, 45.5 by 61cm, all unframed, a/f. (4).
Lot 130Peter Barker (British, b. 1954): three oils on canvas, comprising 'Entrance to Burghley', signed and dated '89 lower left, 17 by 26cm, gilt framed, 27 by 35cm, one depicting a lake with trees on the far shore, signed and dated '88 lower left, 14.5 by 22cm, gilt framed, 24 by 32cm, and one depicting a fisherman on a river bank, signed lower right, 19 by 30cm, gilt framed, 30 by 42cm. (3).
Lot 132Continental School (early 19th century): 'Jungfrau', an alpine landscape, with man standing on a bridge, fir trees and snowy mountains beyond, unsigned, oil on panel, pencil note to back 'Jungfrau, 12.g', 10 by 15cm, in gilt composition frame, with paper label 'Lady Stroupe(?)' 15.5 by 21cm..