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Friday 04 June 2021

Commencing at 11:00am

Bedford Auction Centre

Viewing

Friday 28th May – 9am to 5pm,
Saturday 29th May – 9am to 1pm,
Thursday 3rd June – 9am to 5pm,
Morning of sale from 9am
*subject to change and dependent upon Government guidance.

A collection of Japanese and Oriental collectables including a tonkotsu and matching pipe case, a woven bamboo basket, netsukes and other items.

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Follower of Richard Weatherill (British 1844-1913),A view of Whitby Harbour and Abbey,bears signature,oil on canvas,44.5 x 74.5 cm CONDITION REPORT: Framed. Large patched repair verso. Canvas a little loose. This painting bears the signature 'R. Weatherill' but looks to be a copy of a very similar painting by Richard Weatherill sold at auction. See David Duggleby Auctioneers & Valuers, Lot 96, 6th November 2020. In our opinion this is a copy of an original work by Weatherill.

Sold for £4,600

The Royal Mint: Nine United Kingdom Proof Coin sets comprising 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2 x 2018, 2019 and 2020, all cased (9)

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A Daum Nancy cameo glass table lamp and cover of mushroom form decorated in the 'Red Sky' pattern with silhouetted trees on a sunset ground, h. 31.5 cm

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An 18th century gilt metal portrait miniature depicting a young gentleman wearing a white cravat, hair locket verso, image 7 x 5.7 cm, together with a similar oval portrait of a young lady (2)

Sold for £750

A 9ct yellow gold chainlink necklace, maker KMJ, London 1977, l. 61.5 cm, 71.6 gms

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A 9ct yellow gold curblink watch chain with lobster clasp, t-bar and suspending a Victorian shield back half sovereign dated 1887, overall 44.1 gms

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A Hornby O gauge tinplate double engine shed, a turntable, two station buildings and one other (5)

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A George II walnut 'Gainsborough' chair upholstered in floral needlework fabric, the outswept arms with floral carving on cabriole legs with carved ears and knees on hairy paw feet, h. 96 cm, w. 77 cm, d. 80 cm

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A mid 18th century possibly Irish oversized mahogany open arm chair, the carved and moulded top rail over the carved and pierced scrolling splat with shell design and the carved arms with bird head terminals on square section legs, along with two matching single chairs, h. 114 cm, w. 64 cm, d. 61 cm

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A mid 20th century Howard & Sons armchair covered in 'H & S' ticking on square section tapering beech front legs and later castors, h. 76 cm, w. 70 cm, d. 100 cm CONDITION REPORT: Later castors. Rips, wear and staining to ticking. Movement to arm joints. No Howard stamp. Label removed from Hessian.Provenance: Came from a house clearer

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An Elizabethan carved oak four-poster tester bed, the panelled tester/canopy suported by four foliate posts, the headboard intricately carved with a stylised rose, lily and chrysanthemum or dahlia, sold with a mattress and metal inner framework.Bed frame w. 130 cm, l. 190 cm, h. 217 cm. Mattress l. 172 cm, w. 119 cm*In 1920 Richard Holworthy (of Holworthy & Shilton Archivists and Genealogists) investigated the crest/arms on the headboard- he determined that they related to the Metcalfe and Ayscough families. Marriages between these two families took place in 1542 and 1593, Holworthy thought the latter date to be more accurate for the date of the bed. The bed has been in the current vendor’s family for over 100 years and was on display in Lamport Hall, Northamptonshire until 2019, as pictured.

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Andre Hambourg (French, 1909-1999),Le Repas sur le Plage,oil on canvas,signed, inscribed and dated 195514.5 x 20.5 cm CONDITION REPORT: Framed. Significant paint losses and crazing. Frame with losses. In need of attention.

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A William IV mahogany dining table, c. 1830, the two rectangular console-type ends each with scrolled frieze on turned columns, platform bases and scrolled feet with castors, together with the two fitted leaves, max. l. 252 cm, w. 129 cm

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Sold for £700

A 9ct yellow gold half hunter pocket watch by Benson, the white enamel dial with black Roman numerals and second hand section within a plain case, case London 1941, case d. 4.8 cm, overall 95.2 gms, with original fitted case

Sold for £640

A Hornby O gauge clockwork 4-4-0 loco and tender, engine No. 1185 maroon LMS livery

Sold for £260

Steiff for Harrods, a limited edition 'Edward the Attic' bear, boxed

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Cartier, an 18ct yellow gold 'open and shut' en tremblant flower clip, the closed bud opening to reveal diamond, sapphire, ruby and emerald set stamens. Signed and indistinctly numbered (?)016637, cased. Approx weight 33.7g, l. 7 cm

Sold for £4,800

A mid 18th century mahogany tea table, the shaped fold over top with well below supported on a single gate action on cabriole legs with carved knees and pad feet, h. 73 cm, w. 70 cm, d. 33 cm

Sold for £2,400

Recent Highlights in Bedford Auction Centre

Follower of Richard Weatherill (British 1844-1913),A view of Whitby Harbour and Abbey,bears signature,oil on canvas,44.5 x 74.5 cm CONDITION REPORT: Framed. Large patched repair verso. Canvas a little loose. This painting bears the signature 'R. Weatherill' but looks to be a copy of a very similar painting by Richard Weatherill sold at auction. See David Duggleby Auctioneers & Valuers, Lot 96, 6th November 2020. In our opinion this is a copy of an original work by Weatherill.

Sold for £4,600

The Royal Mint: Nine United Kingdom Proof Coin sets comprising 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2 x 2018, 2019 and 2020, all cased (9)

Sold for £1,100

A Daum Nancy cameo glass table lamp and cover of mushroom form decorated in the 'Red Sky' pattern with silhouetted trees on a sunset ground, h. 31.5 cm

Sold for £1,500

An 18th century gilt metal portrait miniature depicting a young gentleman wearing a white cravat, hair locket verso, image 7 x 5.7 cm, together with a similar oval portrait of a young lady (2)

Sold for £750

A pair of Regency and later mahogany waterfall-style bookcases with adjustable shelves, on turned legs with brass castors

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A Meissen figural clock, the movement striking on a bell and inscribed J.D. Brevete SGDG, the enamelled face with Roman numerals and retailers inscription 'Exam.d by Lund & Blockley', within a florally encrusted case incorporating six various birds, a nest and eggs, h. 34 cm

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A black case containing an extensive group of 19th century phlebotomy blood letting tools, including thirty-six brass fleams, thirty-two horn fleams and fourteen lancets, makers include Preist, Duvert Freres, Thiers etc.

Sold for £1,400

A pocket watch with a white metal and decorated case, stamped 88, the movement marked E L Johnson, London 6116

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A suite of Royal Copenhagen Lace and other pattern tableware including coffee pot, cups, saucers, gravy boat and other items (approx. 33 pieces)

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An 1869 century velocipede or 'bone shaker' cycle with rosewood and brass grips, yellow wheels and a Brown & Co. retailers plaque, largest wheel d. 102 cm, mounted with a Joseph Lucas Ltd. 'Candle Lamp'

Sold for £3,200

An Elizabethan carved oak four-poster tester bed, the panelled tester/canopy suported by four foliate posts, the headboard intricately carved with a stylised rose, lily and chrysanthemum or dahlia, sold with a mattress and metal inner framework.Bed frame w. 130 cm, l. 190 cm, h. 217 cm. Mattress l. 172 cm, w. 119 cm*In 1920 Richard Holworthy (of Holworthy & Shilton Archivists and Genealogists) investigated the crest/arms on the headboard- he determined that they related to the Metcalfe and Ayscough families. Marriages between these two families took place in 1542 and 1593, Holworthy thought the latter date to be more accurate for the date of the bed. The bed has been in the current vendor’s family for over 100 years and was on display in Lamport Hall, Northamptonshire until 2019, as pictured.

Sold for £5,200

Andre Hambourg (French, 1909-1999),Le Repas sur le Plage,oil on canvas,signed, inscribed and dated 195514.5 x 20.5 cm CONDITION REPORT: Framed. Significant paint losses and crazing. Frame with losses. In need of attention.

Sold for £1,100

A William IV mahogany dining table, c. 1830, the two rectangular console-type ends each with scrolled frieze on turned columns, platform bases and scrolled feet with castors, together with the two fitted leaves, max. l. 252 cm, w. 129 cm

Sold for £750

Attributed to Edward Charles Barnes,a half length portrait of a Mediterranean beauty wearing a lace shawl,bears signature,oil on canvas,58 x 43.5 cm

Sold for £750

A collection of twelve Georgian and later treen snuffs in the form of shoes, some with pewter or brass inlay, together with a brass example dated 1843 (13)

Sold for £700

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Sold for £3,100

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Sold for £1,600

A pair of life-size bronze figures modelled as King Charles Spaniels, h. 63 cm, l. 101 cm

Sold for £1,200

An Eltonware bottle vase of slender form decorated with a plain copper coloured crackle glaze, h. 44.5 cm

Sold for £950

A set of eight Mexican metalware plates of circular form, d. 28 cm, overall 138 ozs (8)

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