July 17, 2018 - The Traditional Collector

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Lot# 001 John Cordrey (1765 - 1825 British)


"The Kettering to London Coach", 1806, figures in a horse-drawn carriage
Oil on canvas laid to canvas
Signed, dated and indistinctly inscribed lower left: J. Cordrey, titled on a partial gallery label affixed verso
20" H x 30" W

est: $1,500/2,000
*Price Realized: $1,187.50

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Lot# 002 Samuel Henry Gordon Alken (1810 - 1894 British)


Two works: Hunt scenes
Each: Signed lower right
Each: Oil on canvas
Each: 8" H x 12" W

est: $1,200/1,800
*Price Realized: $812.50

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Lot# 003 A complex English tall case clock, Moses Meigh


18th century
Dial signed: Moses Meigh off Rotherhith London
Roman numeral hour markers with Arabic outer track and sub-seconds dial with twin train movement, day, date and astronomical calendar dials with moon phase aperture, sub-dials for adjustments including day/date setup, leap year, moon phase, and strike/silent set into a glazed marquetry case
93.5" H x 21.25" W x 10.5" D

est: $10,000/20,000
*Price Realized: $17,500.00

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Lot# 004 A George III mahogany secretary cabinet


Late 18th century
The broken pediment over two glazed mullioned doors enclosing three adjustable shelves, over a locking drop-front writing surface supported by pull-out rails and enclosing a fitted interior, above two short and three long drawers, with key
92.5" H x 46.25" W x 22.25" D

est: $1,000/1,500

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Lot# 005 An English utility table


Late 19th century
Lock plate stamped: W. Turner
Rosewood and satinwood veneers, circular parquetry top over two short divided locking drawers raised on a pedestal support atop a scrolled tripodal base
29.5" H x 19.75" Dia.

est: $600/900
*Price Realized: $593.75

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Lot# 006 An English spired brass-inlaid clock, Alexander Purvis


Second quarter 19th century
Signed to dial and movement: Purvis / North Audley St. Gros'r Sq'e
The architectural case set with brass inlay enclosing a white dial with Roman numeral hour markers
18.75" H x 12" W x 7.25" D

est: $600/900
*Price Realized: $1,000.00

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Lot# 007 A George IV sterling silver urn


1827, London
Stamped for maker Rebecca Emes and Edward Barnard, further hallmarked
Surmounted by a water lily finial over a leaf-motif lid covering a double-handled urn decorated with a panel of oak leaves and acorns over a water lily panel raised on a widening base, inscribed to one side (see notes) and personalized to the other with a leopard's head with collar and chain over a crest
12.25" H x 9.5" W x 6.75" D
51.175 oz. troy approximately

est: $2,000/3,000
*Price Realized: $2,812.50

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Lot# 008 An Irish Georgian sterling silver teapot


1814
With maker's marks for Richard Sawyer
Stepped rectangular finial over a rectangular hinged lid with chased acorn-motif decoration over a ruffled gadroon rim topping a tapering rectangular body with chased floral sprays and serpent cartouches
6" H x 12.5" W x 5.75" D
21.990 oz. troy approximately

est: $600/900

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Lot# 009 An English Georgian mahogany bachelor's chest


Late 18th/early 19th century
Rectangular top over two short and three long drawers with lockplates raised overall on ogee feet, mahogany exterior, oak and pine secondary woods, lacking key, with later-added glass top
Without glass top: 33" H x 33.375" W x 20.375" D

est: $800/1,200
*Price Realized: $750.00

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Lot# 010 A Georgian musical automaton bracket clock, John Taylor


Late 18th/early 19th century
Dial signed: John Taylor / London
The ebonized bell top case with a glazed hinged door enclosing a face hand-painted with figures and mountainous landscapes, the brass dial with black Roman numeral hour markers and Arabic secondary track, raised on a stepped outset plinth, on bracket feet
23.5" H x 13.625" W x 8" D

est: $4,000/6,000
*Price Realized: $15,000.00

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Lot# 011 A pair of George III sterling silver covered warming dishes


1798 - 1802, London
Hallmarked and signed: WF for William Fountain
Each surmounted by an oval finial, the domed rectangular lid with chamfered corners adorned with a lion and motto "fortiter et fideliter" (bravely and faithfully) to one side and a coat of arms of the other, 2 pieces
Each: 4.25" H x 10" W x 8.5" D
87.340 oz troy approximately

est: $3,000/4,000

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Lot# 012 Two Continental cold-painted blackamoor figures


Late 19th/early 20th century
The first carrying three glass votives, the second laden with birds in cages, 2 pieces
The larger: 14.5" H x 10.5" W x 8" D

est: $800/1,200
*Price Realized: $500.00

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Use the quick index below for faster catalogue navigation
Lot# | 001-012 | 013-024 | 025-036 | 037-048 | 049-060 | 061-072 | 073-084 | 085-096 | 097-108 | 109-120 | 121-132 | 133-144 | 145-156 | 157-168 | 169-180 | 181-192 | 193-204 | 205-216 | 217-228 | 229-240 | 241-252 | 253-264 | 265-276 | 277-288 | 289-300 | 301-312 | 313-324 | 325-336 | 337-348 | 349-360 | 361-372 | 373-378
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