SALES REPORT FOR THE TWO DAY AUCTION HELD ON 23rd
AND 24th AUGUST 2018.
THE SALE INCLUDED FURNITURE, CERAMICS,
COLLECTABLES, CLOCKS, METALWARE,
SPORTING ITEMS, PICTURES & PAINTINGS, POSTCARDS, STAMPS & EPHEMERA
The benefit of the internet proved all powerful again
with a top bid of £28,000 (twenty eight thousand pounds) for a fine
Great War triple gallantry medal group which went to a UK based buyer
having attracted interest from around the world with the under bidder
being on the telephone and also from the UK.
Principal prices paid for some of the better Lots in
the sale follow: Bold text items are illustrated.
104: A 3 11 antique continental waxed pine wardrobe with shelf and
hanging space enclosed by a pair of panelled doors, set on bun feet.
Sold for £220.
Lot 116: A 6 satin birch compactum wardrobe with linen
slide and drawer fitted interior enclosed by mirrored and panelled doors
with further flanking hanging space, set on plinth base.
Sold for £240. Lot 118: A 4 9 late Georgian oak two part dresser with
plate rack over a base with central drawer fronts and flanking panelled
cupboard doors. Sold for £340.
Lot 162: A 4 6 retro painted metal framed polished stone
topped table with slatted undertier.
Sold for £240. Lot 273: A 6
carved and polished oak potboard dresser base with two central drawers,
figural decoration and flanking panelled doors, set on bulbous front
supports. Sold for £240. Lot 290: A pair of 20th Century studded brown
leather upholstered armchairs.
Sold for £220. Lot 312: A 30 19th
Century mahogany lowboy with frieze drawer and flanking short drawers,
set on chamfered legs. Sold for
£260. Lot 315: A late 19th Century Italian
Renaissance Revival ebonised framed and ornately ivory inlaid high back
chair with penwork decoration, set on turned stretcher base. Sold for
339: A 25 diameter early 19th Century painted Hindeloopen
table, set on part bobbin turned tripod base.
Sold for £240.
CLOCKS & BAROMETERS:
407: An antique rosewood framed banjo barometer/thermometer with profuse
mother-of-pearl, abalone and brass inlaid decoration spirit scale
frame with damaged moulding. Sold for £480.
An ornate brass and bevelled glass cased carriage timepiece with eight
day movement. Sold for £150.
413: A 12 Ύ antique brass lantern clock with engraved chapter ring,
long pendulum and weight driven movement, set on an oak wall bracket.
Sold for £320 and Lot 424: A
19th Century mahogany longcase clock, the 12 silvered arched
dial marked for P. Vigne, Bath,
with eight day bell striking movement.
Sold for £400.
Lot 458: A vintage enamelled
advertising sign for Turf Virginia Cigarettes 24 wide. Sold for
503: A 12 varnished ammonite fossil. Sold for £120. Lot 525: A Victorian mahogany shotgun cartridge box with
engraved recessed handle. Sold for £160. Lot
558: A Victorian mahogany shotgun box converted to a cutlery canteen.
Sold for £240. Lot 561: A Georgian
brass library telescope with snake foot tripod, locking arm and spare
lenses, marked for Tho. Harris & Son, London, in fitted mahogany case.
Sold for £580. Lot 580: A boxed silver Yard-o-Lead fountain pen with
Grand Barley finish sold with a Mont Blanc rollerball Classique and a boxed Sheaffer
Prelude. Sold for £260. Lot 586: A late
17th Century rapier with swept hilt and wire bound grip. Sold
Lot 315. £280
Lot 407. £480
Lot 458. £220
Lot 561. £580
Lot 580. £260
Lot 586 £1200
Rendells Stonepark Sales Report For The Two Day Auction Held on 23rd and
24th August 2018
Lot 634: William Vickers,
Sergeant 1480, D Company 12th Australian Battalion, AIF: a
fine Great War triple gallantry medal group comprising Distinguished
Conduct Medal with bar, Military Medal, 1914-15 Star, 1914-18 Medal and
Victory Medal sold with army orders, certificate, photographs,
passport and other related ephemera and collectables. Sold for £28,000.
1008: A Royal Crown Derby 8687 pattern part ten place dinner service
including tureen and sauce boat.
Sold for £180. Lot 1010: A Royal Albert Old Country Roses pattern six
place tea and coffee set including two cake stands.
Sold for £170.
Lot 1023: A Royal Doulton Belmont pattern part six place
dinner service including soup cups and saucers.
Sold for £140. Lot 1125: A 23 late Victorian Doulton Lambeth stoneware
vase with applied and incised decoration by Frank Butler and dated 1882
to base. Sold for £200. Lot 1126: An extensive Minton Haddon Hall pattern tea and
dinner service. Sold for £190. Lot 1167: A 14 ½ antique Chinese square profile vase with
polychrome court scene decorated sides and moulded mask handles. Sold
for £620. Lot 1190: A 16 mid 19th
Century Minton parian figure of Miranda by John Bell.
Sold for £120 and
Lot 1191: A late Victorian Doulton Lambeth
Barlow baluster vase with peacock and hen decoration and a moon flask
with chick decoration also by Barlow chip to base. Sold for £380.
1309: An Allcocks Wizard, gold label three section fishing rod, in
canvas bag. Sold for £90. Lot
1317: A vintage canvas fly fishing bag containing a leather wrap of
flies, fly tying accessories, cased beakers and other fishing
collectables. Sold for £100. Lot 1318: A Victorian brass and
steel telescopic salmon fishing gaff with guard stamped for Haynes,
Cork. Sold for £130. Lot
1323: An Allcocks Coxon 4 ½ model 4108A fishing reel with ebonite drum
flanges circa 1905-28. Sold for £400 and
Lot 1330: An Allcocks Aerial Popular 3 ½ fishing reel.
Sold for £130.
PICTURES & PAINTINGS:
Lot 1367: A.L. Grace: an ornate gilt framed oil on
canvas still life with spray of flowers in a
vase 26 ½ x 22 ½. Sold for
£110. Lot 1394: Ernest William Haslehurst: A framed watercolour,
depicting a view of a North Devon coastal village signed 15 Ύ x 20 ½.
Sold for £200. Lot 1400:
R.D. Sherrin: a framed gouache, depicting an extensive
landscape with stream 19 ½ x 29 ½.
Sold for £120 and
Lot 1447: Two 20th Century similarly framed oil
paintings on canvas, one depicting an Italian lake scene, the other a
back street scene with figures both indistinctly signed.
Sold for £140.
POSTCARDS, STAMPS &
1484: An album containing mint GB decimal stamp packs, First Day Covers
and PHQ cards, etc. Sold for £100. Lot
1487: A small collection of mainly 19th Century stamps
including part sheets of Halfpenny Green, One Penny Lilac and Halfpenny
Orange, etc. Sold for £100. Lot 1494: An album containing an
interesting collection of mainly Victorian and Edwardian duty, foreign
bill, judicature fees, bill of exchange and other examples from GB to
sold with other loose examples. Sold for £280 and
1497: A Japanese lacquered album containing a collection of early 20th
Century Japanese tinted and other postcards, also a small quantity of
others. Sold for £100.
Lot 634. Sold for a hammer price of £28,000
Lot 1167. Sold £620
Lot 1191. Sold £380.
Lot 1323. Sold for £400.