Country House Sale (Two Day Sale): Friday 19 January 2018 09:30AM

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Viewing: Wednesday 17 January 10.00am - 4.00pm, Thursday 18 January 9.00am - 6.00pm and the morning of each sale day.

Live bidding is available at: www.the-saleroom.com

Buyer's Premium: 20% + VAT (24% in total). Please note: Remainder of photos will be uploaded on 15/01/18

Lots 1-546 - Friday 19 January (Part 1); Lots 550-843 - Friday 19 January (Part 2); Lots 900-1506 - Saturday 20 January (Part 3). All rooms begin at 9:30am.

The named collections in the sale are as follows: Rudd Hall, Richmond, as instructed by Mr and Mrs Christopher Robson; Part I of the Estate of Arabella and Michael Kurdi, Middleton House, Middleton Tyas; and Part II of a Collection of Items from Dinckley Hall, Lancashire.

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Lots 951 to 1000 of 1426


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Lot 1020

Frederick (Fred) Hall (1860-1948)
View of a house, thought to be the artist's home
Signed, oil on board, 31cm by 38cm

Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £500
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Lot 1021

Vicat Cole RA (1833-1893)
Figures burning heather on a moorland with sheep grazing in the foreground
Monogrammed and dated 1876, oil on canvas, 49cm by 75cm

Estimate: £400-600

Sold: £1200
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Lot 1022

Attributed to Williams family (19th century)
Mother and child on a country lane with a dog
Indistinctly signed, oil on canvas, 49cm by 75cm

Estimate: £250-400

Sold: £650
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Lot 1023

Attributed to Alfred G Vickers (1810-1837)
Two boys at rest beside a river loch
Oil on canvas, 73cm by 60cm

Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £350
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Lot 1024

William Mellor (1851-1931)
Shepherdess and sheep on a track in a wooded landscape
Signed, oil on canvas laid onto board, 69cm by 120cm

Estimate: £400-600

Sold: £1200
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Lot 1025

Follower of Joseph Highmore (1692-1780)
Portrait of Sarah Palmer, half length, wearing a white bonnet trimmed with lace
Extensively inscribed with biographical details verso, oil on canvas, together with companion painting depicting her husband, William Palmer, also half length, wearing a brown jacket and black waistcoat, 61.5cm by 46cm (2)

Estimate: £600-800

Sold: £1600
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Lot 1026

Attributed to Laurent Herman Redig (1822-1861) Dutch
"Dutch River Scene"
Bears signature, extensively inscribed on an exhibition label verso, oil on panel, 63.5cm by 84.5cm

Provenance: Marie-Louise Fine Art, "The Middlehey", Oxton, Nottinghamshire

Estimate: £500-800

Sold: £750
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Lot 1027

Manner of Cornelius Jonson (1593-1661)
Portrait of a gentleman, head and shoulders, wearing a white collar and black overcoat
Oil on panel, 33.5cm by 26cm

Estimate: £250-400

Sold: £480
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Lot 1028

Circle of James Northcote RA (1746-1831)
Portrait of a young girl, half length, wearing a bonnet and a red cape, turned to the viewer, before woodland
Watercolour, 15cm by 12.5cm

Estimate: £90-150

Sold: £280
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Lot 1029

Circle of Thomas Barker (19th century)
Woodsman smoking a pipe before a winter landscape
Oil on panel, 56cm by 39cm

Estimate: £250-400

Sold: £250
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Lot 1030

British School (19th century)
Shipping in choppy seas
Indistinctly signed, oil on canvas, 33.5cm by 59cm

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £1200
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Lot 1031

A 'Crimean Hero' Banqueting Cloth, circa 1857, a linen damask cloth woven to commemorate victory in the Crimean War, edged with a band of portrait medallions depicting Royal Heads of State, Military Commanders, Politicians and others connected with the War, also bearing Royal coats of arms and Turkish Tugrahs, various insignia, emblems, reserves of martial honours and battle honours, manufactured and bearing woven signature of D Dewar & Sons, Dunfermline & London, signed Moffatt, 2/D, 1882 (in pen), 225cm by 223cm

Estimate: £400-600

NOT SOLD
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Lot 1032

A Pair of Andrew Martin Red Ground Curtains, printed overall with gold cartouches and Roman numerals, with rope twist trim to the inner edge, lined and interlined, a pair of hold-backs and a fabric covered wooden board to fix to the wall, 226cm long by 245cm wide; and A Pair of Red Silk Style Curtains, printed overall with bronzed spots, lined and interlined, 265cm long by 260cm wide (2 pairs)

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £180
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Lot 1033

Two Pairs of Cream and Grey Striped Textured Linen Curtains, with a pleated header, lined and interlined, 245cm long by 220cm wide

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £280
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Lot 1034

Two Pairs of Pale Sage Green Linen Curtains, printed with white horizontal 'dashes' overall, lined and interlined, 210cm by 125cm; and A Pair of Blue and Green Striped Curtains, in a linen type fabric, lined and interlined, 235cm long by 260cm wide (3 pairs)

Estimate: £100-200

Sold: £150
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Lot 1035

A Pair of Modern Bronzed Curtain Poles, with rings, 180cm (total length); Another Similar, 210cm, these all have matching cast brass finials; Another Longer Example, 230cm; and Two Others (6)

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £150
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Lot 1036

Three Pairs of Fadini Borghi Verdigris Coloured Silk Textured Curtains, all lined and interlined, 245cm long by 190cm

Estimate: £100-200

Sold: £500
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Lot 1037

A Pair of Marvic Toile du Jouy Printed Curtains, in pale blue and gold, lined and interlined, 245cm long by 215cm wide, with a fixed pelmet 38cm by 195cm; and Two Pairs of Natural Linen Curtains printed with green spots overall, lined and interlined, 245cm long and 180cm wide (3 pairs)

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £220
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Lot 1039

A Pair of Black Leather Riding Boots, with wooden trees marked 'Tristram Calcutta'

Estimate: £70-100

Sold: £100
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Lot 1040

Two Pairs of Brown Leather and Canvas Riding Boots, with trees; A Pair of Back Leather Ice Skates; A Pair of Edwardian Arthur D Maclaren London Gent's Black Leather and Suede Mounted Boots, with button fastening and trees; and A Hinged Writing Box, inlaid with strawwork to the exterior and fitted interior (5)

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £150
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Lot 1041

A Black Silk Top Hat, in leather case, A Collapsible Top Hat Labelled GA Dunn & Co, Piccadilly Circus, and a Pair of Gent's Gloves

Estimate: £50-70

Sold: £220
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Lot 1042

A Late 19th Century Brass Sewing Bobbin Stand, 43cm high

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £140
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Lot 1043

Assorted Hunting Attire, including a pair of lady's black leather hunting boots, pair of boot pulls, a black silk top hat in a fitted leather case, a pair of spurs, a silver mounted leather crop and a child's hunting crop (qty)

Estimate: £120-180

Sold: £220
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Lot 1044

A Sampler Titled 'Lady Crewe's Free School', worked by Sarah Cook, aged 14, dated 1861, with religious verse and foliate motifs, within a floral border, in a maple frame, 42cm by 54cm

Estimate: £120-180

Sold: £220
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Lot 1045

A 19th Century Eton College Students 'Pop' Black Silk Top Hat, with wax seals impressed with POP pressed to the inside, in hat tin

The hat would have belonged to a member of "Pop", the Eton society akin to Prefects, who would decorate their top hats and inside of tails with wax seals

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £50
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Lot 1046

Taxidermy: Blue wildebeest (Connochaetes taurinus), modern, shoulder mount with head turning slightly to the left, 70cm from the wall, 87cm high

Estimate: £250-350

Sold: £220
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Lot 1047

Taxidermy: European Red Deer (Cervus elaphus), circa late 20th century, impressive large antlers on faux cut upper skull mount, attached to an oak shield, 22 points (10+12), widest span 116cm, 115cm high

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £160
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Lot 1048

Taxidermy: European Red Deer (Cervus elaphus), circa late 20th century, impressive large antlers on faux cut upper skull mount, attached to an oak shield, 21 points (10+11), widest span 99cm, 112cm high

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £190
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Lot 1049

Taxidermy: Common Impala (Aepyceros melampus), modern, shoulder mount looking straight ahead, right horn 42cm, left horn 41cm measured along curve, tip to tip 24cm, 57cm from the wall, 76cm high

Estimate: £180-280

Sold: £280
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Lot 1050

Taxidermy: Nguni Cow Hide (South Africa), modern, AA Grade, excellent quality, Nguni skin floor rug with brown and white pattern, 190cm long, 189cm widest span

Estimate: £150-200

Sold: £160
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Lot 1051

Taxidermy: Nguni Cow Hide (South Africa), modern, AA Grade, excellent quality, Nguni skin floor rug with brown and white dappled pattern, 199cm long, 195cm widest span

Estimate: £150-200

Sold: £220
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Lot 1052

Taxidermy: Nguni Cow Hide (South africa), modern, AA Grade, excellent quality, Nguni skin floor rug with caramel brown and white dapple pattern, 180cm long, 192cm widest span

Estimate: £150-200

Sold: £130
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Lot 1053

Taxidermy: Reindeer Antlers (Rangifer tarandus), mounted upon a carved oak shield, widest span 81cm by 75cm high

Estimate: £70-100

Sold: £50
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Lot 1054

A Zebra Foreleg Mounted Table Lamp, with yellow silk shade, mounted upon an Africa shaped wooden base, 56cm high including shade

Estimate: £60-90

NOT SOLD
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Lot 1055

A Parasol with Bovine Horn Handle of foliate design, and brass mounts

Estimate: £60-100

NOT SOLD
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Lot 1056

A Large Coco de Mer Nut, on a stepped oak stand, 31cm by 33cm

Estimate: £350-450

Sold: £400
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Lot 1057

A Mahogany Wheel Barometer, signed Turcone, Warrington, circa 1820, broken arched pediment, thermometer box, 8-inch silvered dial, 99cm high

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £50
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Lot 1059

A "Boulle" Striking Mantel Clock, circa 1910, scroll gilt metal mounts, enamel dial, twin barrel movement striking on a gong, movement backplate stamped S Marti, 31cm high

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £160
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Lot 1060

A Walnut Veneered Wall Timepiece, circa 1910, side and bottom doors, 14-inch painted dial, single barrel movement, movement backplate stamped M&HE, 48cm high

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £150
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Lot 1061

A White Marble Portico Striking Mantel Clock with Garniture, 20th century, gilt metal mounts, enamel dial with floral swag decoration, twin barrel movement striking on a bell, 40cm high, three-light gilt metal and white marble clock garniture, sunburst pendulum, 26cm high

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £180
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Lot 1062

A Gilt Metal and Porcelain Mounted Striking Mantel Clock, circa 1890, surmounted by an urn finial, flanked by winged cherubs, base with a blue porcelain central floral panel, blue porcelain dial, twin barrel movement striking on a bell, raised upon a painted gilt wooden base and beneath a glass dome, 38cm by 41cm

Estimate: £300-400

Sold: £380
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Lot 1063

An Oak Eight Day Longcase Clock, signed Peter Hathornthwaite, Kirkby Lonsdale, circa 1720, flat top pediment, side viewing windows, trunk door with glazed lenticle, 12-inch square brass dial with chapter ring signed, seconds dial, date aperture, anchor escapement and inside countwheel striking on a bell, later case, 217cm high

Estimate: £400-600

Sold: £480
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Lot 1064

An Oak Thirty Hour Longcase Clock, signed Daniel Gill, circa 1780, flat top pediment, moulded trunk door, 11-inch square brass dial, dial centre with silvered arched plaque signed, bird cage movement with anchor escapement and countwheel striking on a bell, 195cm high

Estimate: £250-350

Sold: £220
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Lot 1065

A Scottish Mahogany Eight Day Longcase Clock, signed Simon Forrest, Kirkfieldbank, circa 1830, flat top pediment, 14-inch arched painted dial with Roman numerals, painted with four seasons spandrels, arch painted with figures in a landscape scene, four pillar movement with anchor escapement and rack striking on a bell, 211cm high

Estimate: £400-500

Sold: £180
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Lot 1066

A Brass and Champleve Enamel Mantel Clock Garniture, late 19th century, of architectural form, surmounted by a twin handled urn cornered by finials, eight day striking movement, gilt dial with Arabic numerals, the clock 37cm high, flanked by a pair of urn-form vases, 23cm high

Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £420
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Lot 1067

A Victorian Mahogany Longcase Clock, signed Burlinson, Ripon, swan neck pediment, painted arch dial with subsidiary date dial, thirty hour movement, inlaid and crossbanded trunk with canted corners, plinth base, 216cm high

Estimate: £250-350

Sold: £220
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Lot 1068

A Gilt Brass Striking Mantel Clock, early 20th century, architectural form case with shell and foliate scroll detail, pierced base with masks, domed top surmounted by an eagle, dial with Arabic numerals, eight day striking movement, 49cm high

Estimate: £250-350

Sold: £220
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Lot 1069

A Walnut Veneered Quarter Striking Wall Clock, circa 1900, fluted side columns, front and side glazed panels, enamel dial with Roman numerals, triple weight driven movement, striking on two gong rods, movement backplate stamped Remember, 108cm high

Estimate: £300-400

Sold: £300
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Lot 1070

An Atmos Clock, signed Jaeger LeCoultre, No.7042, 20th century, 5-inch Roman numeral chapter ring, skeletonised centre, large balance wheel below, 23.5cm high

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £700
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Lot 1071

An Oak Eight Day Longcase Clock, signed Robert Dawson, Alford, circa 1760, flat top pediment, mahogany crossbanded trunk door, 12-inch square brass dial with silvered chapter ring signed, seconds and date aperture, four pillar movement with anchor escapement and rack striking on a bell, 199cm high

Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £420
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