Date: 14th-15th June 2019 Time: 10:00 Venue: GWA

TWO DAY FINE ART & ANTIQUES AUCTION 14TH & 15TH JUNE 2019

Day One – Friday 14th June 2019
Lots 1-582:
Asian & Ethnic Art 1-69 (no lots 70-144)
TE Lawrence items 145-149 (no lot 150)
Silver 151-178 (no lots 179-249)
Militaria 250-284 (no lots 285-329)
Collectables 330-375 (no lots 376-382)
Whisky & Wine 383-399 (no lot 400)
Sporting Memorabilia 401-419 (no lots 583-699)
Ceramics, Clocks & Decorative Arts 500-582 (no lots 583-699)

Day Two – Saturday 15th June 2019
Lots 700-1181:
Jewellery & Watches 700-831 (no lots 832-899)
Furniture & Rugs 901-1037 (no lots 943-1004, 1038-1049)
Paintings, Watercolours & Prints 1050-1181

Viewing Times:

Thursday 10am – 6pm
Friday 10am – 5pm
Saturday 9am – 10am

Sale commences at 10am each day

Online bidding will be available (excluding the furniture, lots 901-1037) through thesaleroom.com

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Furniture must be paid for and collected no later than the Tuesday after the sale.

Lot 145. THOMAS EDWARD LAWRENCE, CB, DSO (1888-1935)
T.E. SHAW
LAWRENCE OF ARABIA
A Royal Air Force Service dress cap, owned and worn by T.E. Shaw,
Lacking badge and with detached leather bands.
Provenance: Fanny Hatcher thence by family descent where purchased by the current vendor 

£10,000-15,000

Lot 146. THOMAS EDWARD LAWRENCE, CB, DSO (1888-1935)
T.E. SHAW
LAWRENCE OF ARABIA
Three handwritten letters from T.E. Shaw to his landlady, Fanny Hatcher, requesting his correspondence to be forwarded to him and that his current whereabouts not be disclosed, two dated 1934, each signed by him (3)
Provenance: Fanny Hatcher thence by family descent where purchased by the current vendor

£3,000-5,000

Lot 147. THOMAS EDWARD LAWRENCE, CB, DSO (1888-1935)
T.E. SHAW
LAWRENCE OF ARABIA
An Arabian Janbiya dagger with bone handle in metal and leather scabbard, 30cm long,
owned by T.E Shaw
Provenance: Fanny Hatcher thence by family descent where purchased by the current vendor 

£8,000-10,000

Lot 148. THOMAS EDWARD LAWRENCE, CB, DSO (1888-1935)
T.E. SHAW
LAWRENCE OF ARABIA
A horn-handled dagger by William Lund, the blade inscribed W. Lund, Fleet St, London, in white-metal mounted and leather scabbard, 32cm long,
owned by T.E Shaw
Provenance: Fanny Hatcher thence by family descent where purchased by the current vendor 

£6,000-8,000

Lot 149. THOMAS EDWARD LAWRENCE, CB, DSO (1888-1935)
T.E. SHAW
LAWRENCE OF ARABIA
A COLLECTION OF LETTERS AND EPHEMERA COMPRISING;
A Dixie miniature cotton souvenir bale with address label to 337181 A/C T.E. Shaw, RAF, 13 Birmingham Street, Southampton, England believed to be a gift from the author Henry Williamson,
Two-pages of a three page handwritten letter from his mother (lacking first page), signed ‘your loving mother’,
Two typed letters including one from the Air Ministry regarding the Power Boat design, dated 1933, and a copy of letter from Thornycroft Ltd about adjustments,
A typed autograph request, torn in half,
Two handwritten letters to Fanny Hatcher from A. W. Lawrence dated August and September 1935, regarding a copy of T.E. Lawrence’s book and plaque to be hung at Birmingham Street,
Two handwritten letters to Fanny Hatcher from T.E. Lawrence admirers
Two Visitors Books from 13 Birmingham Street, Southampton, showing T.E Shaw’s registration
Two sepia photographs of 13 Birmingham Street
A collection of press cuttings from 1935 and the 1950s
Provenance: Fanny Hatcher thence by family descent where purchased by the current vendor

£1,000-2,000

Lot 722. A ROLEX OYSTER PERPETUAL GMT-MASTER
with ‘Pepsi’ blue and red bezel, black dial, luminous baton, spot and chevron numerals, case diameter 4cm, dial diameter 2.8cm, length of the strap 20cm, model reference 1675. Movement calibre 1570, number D963987. Case reference number 1675 II.70 Circa 1970, bracelet ref 7836D, end links 580. With spare original faded bezel and inner wooden box. Weight of the watch 106.9gms

£7,000-10,000

Lot 1107. JOHN MACLAUCHLAN MILNE RSA (SCOTTISH 1885-1957)
CATTLE GRAZING IN DAPPLED SUNLIGHT
Oil on canvas, signed, 61 x 51cm (24 X 20″)

£600-800

Lot 252. A FAIRBAIRN SYKES MK1 FIGHTING KNIFE
by Wilkinson Sword Co. Limited, in leather scabbard, the blade 17cm long, 30cm long overall with a WWII group of four to Sergeant James Caskie McLuckie No. 6 Commando with a letter of provenance from his son and various related items – patches, buttonholes, scarf, 50th Anniversary medallion etc

£600-800

Lot 914. A JAPANESE SHODANA
set with three stages carved and pierced all over with birds, foliage and scrolls on a foliate carved base on scroll feet, 125cm high x 140cm wide x 44cm deep

£300-500

Lot 1101. WILLIAM BIRNIE RSW, RGI (SCOTTISH 1929-2006)
VILLAGE IN QUERCY
Oil on board, signed, 99 x 79.5cm (39 x 31 1/4″)
Inscribed with title on Artist’s label verso

£300-500

Lot 156. A VICTORIAN SILVER PLATE MOUNTED INKSTAND
the rectangular red granite base with silver plate wire trim, the edge with six stag’s heads surmounts and a blank cartouche on four ball feet, the central ball shaped inkwell set with eight Cairngorms, the hinged cover set with single Cairngorm flanked by a pair of antler horn pen holders, 23.5cm x 15cm x 23cm to the tip of the pen holders

£150-250

Lot 250. WORLD WAR ONE CMG GROUP OF THREE
Companion of the Order of St. Michael and St. George, neck badge, British war medal and victory medal with oak leaf, with miniature set to Lt. Col. H.B.G. Newham, M.D.R.A.C.C. who became Director, London School of Tropical Medicine

£800-1200

Lot 25. A JAPANESE MEIJI BRONZE MODEL OF A WOMAN
pouring grain into a sack on a shaped base, signed plaque to base, 31cm high

£400-600

Lot 355. JOHN LOGIE BAIRD: A COLLECTION OF ORIGINAL EPHEMERA AND MEMORABILIA
comprising: a Baird Townsman TV (not working) with 12in picture tube, 1949 with original operation and installation instructions & sales brochure, nine press photographs of Baird from the late 1920s to early 1930s, seven television publications from the late 1920s to mid 1930s, two share certificates Bank of America, investment memorandum issued by Simon, Browne & Co., a lens from the original Baird television experiment, 1924, a 1938-39 sales brochure, ten phototubes manufactured by Baird Television in original cardboard packaging, 1930s and a collection of newspapers relating to Baird
A complete list of the contents of this lot is available, please contact Great Western Auctions to receive a copy

£500-800

Lot 1005. A POUL HUNDEVAD DANISH PH41 GULDHOJ ROSEWOOD FOLDING STOOL
with label and stamped, 35cm x 48cm x 40cm
CITES Certificate is in place for this lot

£600-800

Lot 1097. ROBERT HOUSTON RSW (SCOTTISH 1891-1942)
TOWARDS EIGG AND RHUM
Oil on canvas, signed, 71 x 91.5cm (28 x 36″)

£500-700

Lot 251. A WATERLOO MEDAL 1815
with Peninsula clasp to Pte. Alexander Hunter, Captain Payne’s troop of The 2nd (Royal North British) Regiment of Dragoons, later The Royal Scots Greys. Pte. Hunter is listed no. 24 in The Battle of Waterloo muster roll, although the 2nd Dragoons did not fight in the Peninsula Pte. Hunter may have changed regiments and attached the unofficial clasp himself (Renamed)

£700-1000

Lot 1009. A STICKS OF IOWA SQUARE DINING TABLE
painted with various imagery and inspirational quotes, 77cm high x 122cm wide x 122cm deep and four dining chairs with painted backs, “Dreams, Enjoy, Chit Chat and Cheers”, 117cm high

£300-500

Lot 24. A CHINESE CLOISONNE AND GILT METAL CIRCULAR BOX AND COVER
decorated with a central flowerhead with radiating scrolling foliage, five character mark to base, 6.5cm diameter

£300-500

Lot 516. AN EXTENSIVE COLLECTION OF EDINBURGH CRYSTAL THISTLE SHAPED DRINKING GLASSES
including eight large wine glasses, 16.5cm high, eight wine glasses 16.5, eight wine glasses 12.6cm high, two wine glasses 11.7cm high, four wine glasses 11.4cm high, seven sweet wine glasses 11.2cm, eight brandy balloons, eight champagne glasses, 17.5cm high, eight whisky tumblers 8cm high, eight sherry glasses, 6.5cm high, eight liqueur glasses 8cm high and a decanter/jug (78)

£800-1200

Lot 1094. CONTINENTAL SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY)
CHRIST IN THE TOMB
Oil on canvas, 52 x 106.5cm (20 1/2 x 42″) (lunette)

£300-500

151. A VICTORIAN THREE PIECE SILVER TEA SERVICE
by Roberts and Slater (Samuel Roberts and Joseph Slater), Sheffield 1854, of inverted pear shape with embossed flowerhead and foliate decoration, the cover with flowerhead finial on four scrolling feet, each piece bearing a crest (3)

£400-600

Lot 10. A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE CIRCULAR CISTERN
the interior painted with pagodas on islands beneath a border of diaper, scrolls and key pattern, the exterior with floral sprays (cracked), set into hardwood frame, possible of the period and later glass top, 62cm diameter x 20cm high

£200-400

Lot 704. AN 18CT WHITE GOLD DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING
the diamond measures approximately 7.94mm x 7.95mm x 5.01mm, estimated approx 2cts, in eight claw mount with further diamonds to the shoulders. Finger size N1/2, weight 2.8gms

£2500-3500

Lot 255. A BRITISH HUSSAR OFFICER’S FUR BUSBY
with three lines of gilt cord, red felt side flash with purl button, detachable feather plume and gilt metal link chin strap, with internal leather liner and labelled Hawkes & Co., Picadilly, London with metal case with plaque inscribed Capt. J. W. Ferguson, 20th Hussars, 29cm high (with plume)

£200-300

Lot 1123. ALAN M HUNT (BRITISH B. 1947)
FERRUGINOUS HAWK
Gouache, signed and dated 1982, 46.5 x 65.5cm (18 1/4 x 21 3/4″)
Bears inscription on label verso

£700-1000

A JAEGER LE COULTRE ATMOS CLOCK
the white dial with Arabic numerals and batons, serial number 250906, in original fitted travel box, 22.5cm x 18cm x 13.5cm

£300-500

Lot 331. AN 18TH CENTURY FRENCH BRASS OCTAGONAL FOUR-SCALE POCKET COMPASS AND SUNDIAL
by Michael Butterfield, Paris circa 1700, finely engraved bird gnomon with scale divider by degrees, the reverse inscribed with 12 latitudes of various cities, 8cm x 6.5cm

£500-800

Lot 713. AN ARTS & CRAFTS BROOCH ATTRIBUTED TO DORRIE NOSSITER
set with moonstones, chalcedony, amethysts and rubies among the white metal leaves and granulation, dimensions 3.7cm x 3.3cm, weight 8gms

£200-300

Lot 16. A CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE BALUSTER VASE
painted with a panel of a cat beneath a flowering branch issuing from rockwork, the reverse with peonies amongst scattered flowers, 24cm high

£200-300

Lot 1083. ETHEL WALKER (SCOTTISH B. 1941)
PRIMROSES
Oil on board, signed, 29.5 x 37cm (11 1/2 x 14 1/2″)

£400-600

Lot 265. A PAIR OF WWII KRIEGSMARINE BINOCULARS
probably by Carl Zeiss circa 1942, 7 x 50 67369 rlh with flip-open lens covers and rigid lens protectors marked Benutzer, 18.5cm high

£200-300

Lot 337. A 19TH CENTURY RUSSIAN ICON OF JESUS CHRIST
with silver-gilt oklad stamped for Trofim Bogdanov, St. Petersburg, 23 x 18cm

£150-200

Lot 154. A SILVER MOUNTED PHOTO FRAME
by William Davenport, Birmingham 1900, of shaped rectangular form with flowerhead and foliate embossed decoration, 18.5cm x 13.5cm, the oval aperture 12cm x 9cm

£150-250

Lot 1109. SCOTTISH SCHOOL (18TH CENTURY)
MARGARET PARKER; CHARLES STEUART PARKER
(PARKER/STEUART FAMILY PORTRAITS, PERTHSHIRE)
Oil on canvas, 92 x 71cm (36 1/4 x 28″), 91.5 x 70.5cm (36 x 27 3/4″) (2)
Bears title inscription with date (1799) verso

£600-800

Lot 711. A YELLOW METAL BROOCH WITH A FINE MICRO MOSAIC OF TWO SWANS
with a further micro mosaic border, dimensions 3.8cm x 3.1cm, weight 11.9gms

£150-250

Lot 906. A CHARLES RENNIE MACKINTOSH STYLE OAK CHAIR
the solid frame with pierced back set with five squares, the sides with pierced open arms above curved solid seats and on short shaped feet, 96.5cm high x 53cm wide x 37cm deep

£200-300

Lot 522. AN ARTS AND CRAFTS COPPER AND BRASS JEWELLERY CASKET
with inset enamel panels, possibly Austrian, 11.5cm x 17cm x 11.5 cm

£100-200

Lot 1121. JANE MARIA BOWKETT (BRITISH 1837-1891)
AN AFTERNOON NAP
Oil on canvas, signed with monogram, 61 x 45.5cm (24 x 18″)

£300-500

Lot 523. A RENE LALIQUE NONNETTES PATTERN BOWL
the opalescent glass moulded with three pairs of lovebirds to underside, moulded “R. LALIQUE FRANCE” to underside, circa 1928, 22cm diameter

£150-250

Lot 726. A PAIR OF DIAMOND DROP EARRINGS
set with estimated approx 1.80cts of brilliant cut diamonds in star cut settings, length of drops 1.9cm, weight 3.2gms

£700-900

Lot 358. A COLLECTION OF HAND DRAWN COSTUME DESIGNS BY DORIS ZINKEISEN FOR THE DRURY LANE PRODUCTION OF WILD VIOLETS
comprising: twenty pencil and annotated costume designs, 11 x 15in., thirty-three watercolour costume designs, 10 x 15in, sixteen pencil/watercolour designs with material swatches, 15 x 6in., two framed and glazed and two copies of the theatre programme
Doris Clare Zinkeisen was born in Rosneath, Argyll in 1898. She became a leading theatrical stage and costume designer, painter, commercial artist and writer

£500-800

Lot 1108. GILLIAN GOODHEIR (SCOTTISH B. 1949)
CONSIDER THE LILLIES
Gouache, signed verso, 55.5 x 70.5cm (21 3/4 x 27 3/4″)
Signed and inscribed with title on Artist’s label verso

£300-500

Lot 351. A 20TH CENTURY CHINESE SEAGULL WM8 FIELD PLATE CAMERA
with plates on tripod stand

£300-500

Lot 714. A 9CT WHITE GOLD MOUNTED CHINESE GREEN HARDSTONE PENDANT
carved with aubergines and foliage, length of pendant 6cm including mount, length of chain 40cm, weight 6.6gms

£100-200

Lot 1006. A SET OF SIX ERCOL STACKING CHAIRS
with single back rail, 75cm high (6)

£200-300

Lot 908. A PUB WINDOW FOR BLAIR & CO (ALLOA) LTD
stained, leaded and gilt painted glass with Stag trademark, Famous Ales and Stout, 48cm x 48cm

£100-200

Lot 730. AN UNUSUAL ALEXANDER RITCHIE BROOCH
possibly a small commission run, of oval shape with raised lettering to the edge ‘Church of Scotland – Sister Church’ featuring the Nunnery cross, stamped verso A.R IONA ICA with Birmingham hallmarks for 1935, dimensions 4.3cm x 3cm, weight 12.6gms

£250-350

Lot 1078. ETHEL WALKER (SCOTTISH B. 1941)
PINKS AND CREAM
Mixed media, signed, 31.5 x 26cm (12 1/2 x 10 1/4″)
The Gatehouse Gallery label verso

£300-500