1818 Auctioneers, Fine Art, Antiques & Collectables 29 July

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    1. Every Sale and these Conditions of

    Sale shall be governed by in

    accordance with English Law and shall

    be subject to the jurisdiction of

    English Courts. SOFAA conditions of

    business also apply, a copy of which

    is on display in the saleroom and on


    2. 1818 Auctioneers act as Agents

    only in respect of goods delivered for

    the purpose of sale and herein shall

    be known as the Auctioneers.

    Persons instructing 1818 Auctionners

    to sell goods are herein known as

    Vendors. Persons who have acquired

    lots offered for sale by the

    Auctioneers are herein known as


    3. All persons attending a Sale under

    the conduct of the Auctioneers

    whether at their Sale Rooms or

    elsewhere shall be deemed to be on

    the land and premises at their own

    risk and shall have no claim against

    the Auctioneers or principals in

    respect of the

    cancellation/postponement of a Sale

    or any loss, accident or injury,

    howsoever occasioned, save in so far

    as the same is proven to be caused by

    the direct negligence of an

    employee(s) of 1818 Auctioneers.

    4. The Auctioneers make every

    reasonable effort to ensure the

    accuracy of advertisements,

    catalogue descriptions and other

    publicity, but except where

    specifically instructed so to certify by

    a Vendor, declare that all statements,

    oral or in writing, are those of opinion

    only, made without responsibility and

    shall not give rise to any action in law

    for damages, compensation or

    recision of a sale by a Purchaser,

    against any Vendor, the Auctioneers

    or their employees.

    5. Many lots are of an age or nature,

    which preclude their being in pristine

    condition. Some catalogue

    descriptions may take reference to

    damage and/or restoration; however,

    omission of such a reference does not

    imply a lot is free from defects nor

    does any reference to a particular

    defect imply the absence of others.

    6. Purchasers should therefore satisfy

    themselves by physical inspection of

    lots, before bidding, as to the origin,

    authenticity, quality, age, weight,

    size and general description as lots

    are sold in their actual state with

    faults, imperfections or errors of


  • 7. Electrical/mechanical goods are

    sold on the strict understanding that

    those items originally intended to be

    operated by mains electricity are

    untested, without warranties or any

    guarantee as to the serviceability or

    working order. These may not comply

    with the current Statutory

    Requirements and as such are offered

    for sale solely for display purposes or

    historical interest. THESE ARE NOT



    Auctioneers cannot accept

    responsibility for any act by a Buyer

    in contravention of this condition.

    8. Persons handling lots do so at their

    own risk and shall make good all loss

    or damage howsoever sustained;

    such estimate of cost to be assessed

    by the Auctioneers whose decision

    shall be final.

    9. In making a bid, Purchasers

    acknowledge their attention has been

    drawn to these Conditions of Sale and

    that they are satisfied as to the

    description on the invitation of bids.

    10. Lots are sold subject to any

    announcement, declaration, and

    alteration of description or other

    matters, made by the Auctioneers

    prior to the invitation of bids.

    11. At the fall of the hammer, the

    highest bidder, acceptable to the

    Auctioneers, shall be the Purchaser

    and the Auctioneers, whose decision

    shall be absolute and final, shall settle

    any dispute.

    12. The Auctioneers may divide,

    combine, add to or withdraw lots and

    make any catalogue alterations

    without notice or reason; they shall

    regulate the advance of bidding,

    accept or reject any bid (at their

    absolute discretion and without

    justification) and bid on behalf of the

    Vendor, where there is a reserve price

    or at their authorised discretion.

    13. The Purchaser shall give his full

    name (and permanent place of

    abode) or appropriate bidding

    number, and upon failure to do so,

    the Auctioneers may offer the lots

    again, at their sole discretion.

    14. As Agents only, the Auctioneers

    shall not be responsible for default on

    the part of the Vendor or Purchasers.

    Any resultant deficiency, together

    with interest, costs and expenses,

    shall be made good by the defaulter,

    recoverable as and for liquidated

    damages. This condition is, however,

    without prejudice to the right of the

    Auctioneers, in appropriate

    circumstances, to enforce the Sale

    Contract if they think fit.

    15. The Contract of Sale is made with

    the Auctioneers, as Agents for the

    Vendors and payment shall only be

    made to them. Notwithstanding the

    foregoing, the Auctioneers shall retain

    a lien on all goods, which shall not

    pass to the Purchaser until full

    payment has been received.

  • 16. At the fall of the hammer, all lots

    shall be and remain in every respect

    at the absolute risk of the Purchaser,

    including those of fire, burglary, etc.,

    and damage occasioned to lots by the

    removal of other goods.

    17. Prospective Purchasers are

    request to Register at the office upon

    arrival or before the commencement

    of the sale.

    18. TERMS: Purchasers unknown to

    the Auctioneers must make prior

    arrangements to pay by cheque. Most

    major debit cards and credit cards are

    usually accepted, charges may apply.

    19. No lots shall be removed from the

    premises until payment has been

    received in full.

    20. Purchasers shall pay for and make

    arrangements to remove lots at their

    own risk and expense within a time

    agreed with the Auctioneers prior to

    the sale; after such time a daily

    charge of 1 per lot to cover storage

    and, where applicable, interest on

    outstanding accounts will be levied at

    3% above Barclays Bank plc Minimum

    Lending Rate. Such additional

    charges being subject to the

    foregoing conditions regulating

    payment and no lots shall be released

    to a Purchaser until any excess

    charges have been paid. In any

    event, the Auctioneers reserve the

    right to resell uncollected lots by

    auction or private treaty or

    alternatively, warehouse goods at a

    Purchasers expense. In all cases, the

    Auctioneers may act without notice

    and any incidental expenses incurred

    will become a liability to the defaulter.

    21. Notwithstanding any other terms

    in these Conditions of Sale, if within

    seven days of the Sale, a Purchaser

    gives notice in writing to the

    Auctioneers, that in his/her opinion a

    particular lot (this shall not apply to

    books or similar printed matter) is a

    deliberate forgery, as defined below

    and within fourteen days after such

    written notice, returns the lot to the

    Auctioneers in the same condition as

    it was at the time of the Sale any by

    producing evidence, the burden of

    proof to be upon the Purchaser

    satisfies the Auctioneers that the lot

    is a deliberate forgery, then the

    Auctioneers are authorised to and will

    rescind the transaction and refund the

    purchase price received by them. This

    benefit is not assignable. In the

    context of this guarantee, a

    deliberate forgery means a lot made

    with an intention to deceive, when

    considered in the light of the

    catalogue entry and at the date of the

    Sale had a value substantially less

    than it would have had, had it been in

    accordance with the description.

    However, there will be no right where

    the description in the catalogue at the

    time of Sale was in accordance with

    the then general opinion. The

    Auctioneers reserve the right in

    forming their opinion to consult and

    rely upon any expert or authority

    considered by them to be reliable.

  • 22. The Auctioneers are prepared to

    accept commission bids on behalf of

    intending Purchasers, unable to

    attend at the time of the Sale,

    providing requests are made in

    writing and up to one hour before the

    commencement of a Sale and given to

    the Auctioneer or the Auction Rooms

    Manager. Bids will be executed as

    cheaply as possible having regard for

    any reserves (if any) and competing

    bids. This service is undertaken free

    of charge but without responsibility.

    The Auctioneers cannot be held

    responsible for, nor are they

    connected with, commission bids

    given to Auction Room Porters or any

    other member of Auctioneers staff.

    On the occasion that two equal

    commission bids are received the first

    one received shall take priority.

    Your attention is drawn to these

    conditions of sale , especially

    clauses 5, 6 & 21 regarding age,

    condition, authenticity and

    deliberate forgeries. All effort is

    made to ensure accuracy of

    descriptions given by the

    auctioneers but the responsibility

    lies with the buyer to inspect

    before bidding in most cases.

  • Order of sale, approx. times Tuesday 10am Ceramics & Glassware (1-153) 11.15am Miscellaneous (161-310) 12.30 Militaria & Medals (401-462) Wednesday 10am Books & Maps (501-575) 10.30am Pictures (601-655) 11am Musical & Vinyl (701-792) 12noon Furniture & Furnishings (801-882)

  • Ceramics & Glassware (Tuesday 10am)

    1 A Royal Doulton tea service in The

    Rondelay pattern HJ004 in original fitted box 30-40

    2 A selection of 19th century Derby tea and dinner ware in naturalistic blue pattern 70-100

    3 A selection of studio pottery bowls, including signed 30-40

    4 A selection of studio pottery including Priddoe and Tams, plates, bowls including signed 40-60

    5 A selection of glassware and ceramics, including tazzas, Edinburgh crystal vase silver lustre etc

    20-25 6 A part early 19th century pottery

    tea service in the gaudy Welsh style 30-40

    7 A Maling Ringtons blue and white pictorial North East caddy, a Royal Doulton blue and white bowl and plate, a Wedgwood floral plate and a decorative miners lamp 20-25

    8 A selection of vintage drinking glasses having etched decoration, similar glassware and knife rest

    40-60 9 An Edwardian blue and white bowl

    having pictorial decoration, an Imari bowl having traditional palette, a Woods ware blue and white bowl etc 30-40

    10 A selection of decorative ceramics including 19th century Chinese, including jelly mould, mosaic etc 30-40

    11 A selection of 1930's Art Deco

    pottery having hand painted decoration including toast racks and jugs 40-60

    12 Six pieces of 1930's Art Deco pottery having hand painted decoration including pair of wall pockets 30-40

    13 A selection of 1930's Art Deco pottery having hand painted decoration and a selection of decorative ceramics 20-25

    14 Seven pieces of 19th century Sunderland lustre ware including jugs 30-40

    15 A Royal Doulton part tea and dinner service in the Minuet pattern 40-60

    16 A late 19th century Coalport plate having handpainted decoration, Ashness Bridge, signed Perry and two 19th century Sarreguemines novelty plates 20-25

    17 A Satsuma vase having traditional decoration on cream ground, a similar vase and a Spode jardiniere in red Fleur De Lys pattern

    40-60 18 A selection of Royal Worcester tea

    and dinner ware in the Evesham pattern 50-80

    19 A selection of glass decanters and vases including plated bottle stand etc 50-80

  • 20 A late Victorian George Jones design blue and white part tea service

    15-20 21 A late 20th century Royal

    Worcester cabinet plate having painted still life decoration by S Weston, a similar Coalport plate by R F Ball, Royal Worcester and Spode commemorative ware etc 80-120

    22 A Royal Albert tea and dinner service and ornaments in the Old Country Roses pattern 50-80

    23 A Royal Doulton part dinner service in the Sherbrooke pattern

    30-40 24 An Aynsley part tea service and

    matching vase in 1920's roses pattern 30-40

    25 A selection of Burleighware dinner ware in the blue and white Willow pattern 50-80

    26 A selection of ceramics and glassware including cranberry jugs, etc 20-25

    27 A selection of blue and white ceramics including platters and modern carpet bowls 40-60

    28 A Victorian blue and white chamber pot, a Spode blue and white bowl, an Edwardian Middleport jardiniere, wash ewer and a Masons blue and white tureen 40-60

    29 A selection of ceramics including 1930's pin head doll, a Poole pottery bowl, Victorian jug and a Japanese vase 20-25

    30 A selection of decorative ceramics and glassware including German tea service, Aynsley plate, bird studies etc 40-60

    31 A selection of glassware including fruit bowls, vases, ornaments etc 40-60

    32 A selection of ceramics and glassware including late Victorian stoneware water purifier, a similar period wash bowl and ewer, carnival glass, commemorative ware etc

    40-60 33 A 19th century blue and white

    ironstone platter and other ceramics including Wedgwood jug 20-25

    34 A selection of glassware in Art glass vase, Victorian bowl, dimple tumblers etc 20-25

    35 A selection of blue and white ceramics including Copeland Spode in the Italian pattern, Ringtons Willow story vase etc 40-60

    35A A selection of coloured glasses including wine glasses, sundae dishes and carafe set 50-80

    36 A Noritake tea service in the Glenabley pattern

    20-25 36A A selection of clear cut glass

    decanters, and glass paperweights including Webb

    40-60 37 A selection of glassware including

    drinking glasses 15-20

    38 A selection of drinking glasses 15-20

  • 39 A selection of ceramics including Susie Cooper and Victorian pumpkin set 20-25

    40 A modern Spode coffee set in blue and white Italian pattern and a Scottish glass whisky dram decanter 40-60

    41 A 1930's pink crackle glass cocktail set

    20-25 42 A 1930's Crown Ducal Charlotte

    Rhead charger having tube lined decoration on buff ground 50-80

    43 A selection of ceramics including blue and white Imari dish, and later blue and white 15-20

    44 A selection of ceramics and miscellaneous including Edinburgh crystal, Wedgwood teapot, Coalport figurine, Masons vase, cloisonne shaker, Quaker Oats salt pot etc 30-40

    45 A 19th century Crown Derby plate in the Imari palette, a similar dish, a late 20th century Crown Derby dish and trinket in the Imari palette 70-100

    46 A 19th century Rockingham style tea service having hand painted floral decoration 50-80

    47 A Royal Dux figure modelled as maiden with shell, on naturalistic base 50-80

    48 A Worcester eggery stand having turquoise band decoration 20-25

    49 Three 18th/19th century Chinese blue and white plates having later clobbered decoration, two similar period plates and three 19th century Chinese saucers 70-100

    50 A Limoges plate having floral decoration and ormolu effect frame and six Limoges dessert plates having floral decoration 30-40

    51 A selection of ceramics including 20th century Delft flower brick, a similar candlestick, a Cantonese ginger jar, 19th century spill vases etc

    30-40 52 A Royal Albert tea service in the Old

    Country Roses pattern 30-40

    53 A Royal Crown Derby tea service in blue an...


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