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  • AUCTIONEERS & VALUERS

    CHARTERHOUSE

    SOCIETY OF FINE ART AUCTIONEERS AND VALUERS

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  • Lot 102 Lot 823

    Lot 32

    Lot 40

    Lot 36

    Lot 64

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  • 1CHARTERHOUSEAUCTIONEERS & VALUERS

    Auction to be held at

    The Long Street Salerooms

    Sherborne, Dorset DT9 3BS

    Thursday 4th July 2013 at 12.00 noon

    Friday 5th July 2013 at 10.00 am

    Wednesday 3rd July 10.00 am 6.00 pm

    Thursday 4th July 10.00 am 5.00 pm

    and on Friday 5th July from 8.30 am until 9.45 amwith limited viewing whilst the sale is in progress

    Front cover illustration: Lot 37

    Back cover illustration: Lot 425

    A buyers premium of 19.5% (plus VAT) is payable on the final bid price of each lot.

    Lots with an alpha symbol () are subject to the Artists Resale Rights charge, payable by the buyer.

    Please note our new payment terms and conditions of payment

    Delivery can be arranged with the office

    Postage can be arranged. A minimum charge of 18 per parcel plus postage applies

    CHARTERHOUSE

    The Long Street Salerooms Sherborne Dorset DT9 3BS Tel 01935 812277 Fax 01935 389387

    [email protected] www.charterhouse-auctions.co.uk

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  • A 1955 Rolls Royce Silver Dawn 28,000-32,000 A 1966 Aston Martin DB6 Vantage 140,000-160,000

    A 1958 Jaguar XK150 65,000-75,000 A 1948 Jaguar Mk IV 80,000-100,000

    Classic & Vintage Cars and Motorcyclesat Sherborne Castle Sunday 21st July

    Clocks, Collectors Items & Antiques 1st & 2nd August

    Silver, Jewellery, Watches & Antiques with a selection of Wine, Port & Spirits 29th & 30th August

    FURTHER ENTRIES NOW BEING ACCEPTED

    To arrange a free home visit or for further information, please contactRichard Bromell, Partner, at our salerooms 01935 812277

    Selling SuccessfullySelling at Charterhouse

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  • 3Order of Sale

    Thursday 4th JulyLots 1 231 Pictures, Prints and Books

    starting at 12.00 noon

    Friday 5th JulyLots 300 431 Ceramics & Glass

    starting at 10.00 am

    Lots 440 688 Miscellanea & Collectors Items starting at approx.10.40 am

    There will now be a 15 minute break

    Lots 700 902 Furniture not starting before 12.30 pm

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  • 4Day OnePictures, Prints and Books starting at 12.00 noonLots with an alpha symbol () are subject tothe Artists Resale Rights charge, payable bythe buyer.

    1 Assorted sporting books, includingThe Shooting Mans Bedside Book, andothers (box) 50 - 80

    2 The Georgian Society Records ofEighteenth Century Domestic Architectureand Decoration in Dublin, 5 vols, 1909-1913,and Georgian Mansions in Ireland, 1915 (6)See illustration 150 - 250

    3 Assorted Dublin Historical Records,and other assorted volumes, mostly relatingto Ireland (2 boxes) 50 - 80

    4 Lewiss Atlas comprising the Countiesof Ireland and a General Map of theKingdom, 1837, and Lewiss TopographicalDictionary of Ireland, 2 vols (bindings poor) (3)See illustration 100 - 150

    5 Robertson (Alexander), The Bible of StMark, and other volumes (5 boxes)

    6 Gwendolin Bryant, a half lengthportrait of a lady, oil on paper, signed, 38 x 28cm, others by the same and similar pictures(qty) 60 - 80

    7 Shakespeare (W), Works of, 10 vols,calf, and other leather bound books (2 boxes)

    8 Baring-Gould (S), The Life of NapoleonBonaparte, Smith Williams (Henry), TheHistorians History of the World, History ofFrance (1715-1815), and an engraving of KingLouis XV of France (3) 60 - 80

    9 A portfolio of etchings, including W HWilkinson, Stickle Tarn, 21 x 32 cm and others(qty) 100 - 150

    10 Benezit (E), Dictionnaire Des PeintresSculpteurs Dessinateurs et Graveurs, vols I -X, cloth (box) 20 - 30

    11 Dane (Clemence), Will Shakespeare, anInvention, limited edition, 112/250, signedwith dedication, Cescinsky (Herbert), EnglishFurniture of the 18th century, vols I-III, and theHoly Bible, vols I-III, calf (7) 80 - 120

    12 Davy (Henry), A Series of Etchings,Illustrative of the Architectural Antiquities ofSuffolk, (w.a.f.) See illustration 200 - 300

    13 Hoare (Sir Richard Colt), The History ofModern Wiltshire - Hundred of Mere, 1822,illus, half calf (boards weak) See illustration100 - 200

    14 Wilkinson (Rev Joseph), Select Views inCumberland, Westmoreland, and Lancashire,48 engravings, twelve parts (12) Seeillustration 200 - 300

    15 F Matania, a view of Palermo,watercolour, signed, 20 x 29.5 cm, otherwatercolours and prints (all unframed) (qty)60 - 80

    16 Orcutt (William Dana), Official LawnTennis Bulletin, volume I 1894, No I-XII, the flyleaf inscribed With the Compliments of theEditors, gilt dec cloth See illustration 100 - 150

    17 Wain (Louis), All Sorts of Comical Cats(w.a.f.) 50 - 70

    18 The Oarsmans and Anglers map of theRiver Thames, new edition 40 - 60

    19 Browning (Robert), The Pied-Piper ofHamelin, limited edition 146/400, illustratedby Arthur Rackham with slip case 180 - 220

    20 Wheatley (Dennis), Murder off Miamiand four others by the same (5)

    21 Norton (Lieutenant-Colonel E F), TheFight for Everest: 1924, first edition, withpanorama map, and 32 plates, green cloth100 - 150

    22 Mother Goose, The Old NurseryRhymes, illus tipped in plates by ArthurRackham, No 820/1130, (binding poor, andtwo other volumes (3) 100 - 120

    23 Man (Felix H), 150 Years of ArtistsLithographs, 1803-1953, 120/135, Heinemann1953, with slip case 20 - 30

    24 Hobson (R L), Chinese Art, Ernest BennLtd, London 1927, Bluett (Edgar E), Ming andChing Porcelains, limited edition 150/214,The Chiswick Press, London 1933 and relatedvolumes (7) 80 - 120

    25

    26 The Oxford Classical Directory,Hutchinsons Pictorial History of the War, vols I - VII, and other assorted volumes (qty) 60 - 80

    27 - 31

    32 Attributed to William Osborne, ahunter and two dogs in a wooded landscape,a lake and cottages to the left, oil on canvas,62 x 75 cm See inside front cover colourillustration 2000 - 2500

    33 Circle of James Arthur OConnor, awooded landscape with figures and a dog ona path, oil on canvas, 49 x 65.5 cm Seeillustration 500 - 600

    34 Kinneston Walker, Mount Errigal,County Donegal, oil on canvas, signed, 50 x60 cm See inside back cover colourillustration 600 - 800

    35 Moyra Barry, a still life of peonies in avase, oil on canvas, signed, 50 x 60 cm Seeillustration 400 - 600

    36 Maurice C Wilks, The Seven Pins,Connemara, oil on canvas, signed, 55 x 70 cm See inside front cover colourillustration 2000 - 3000

    37 Henry Robertson Craig, figures at atable in Parc Monceau, Paris, oil in canvas,signed, 59.5 x 49.5 cm See front cover colourillustration 1400 - 1800

    38 John Buxton Knight, a view of Dublinfrom Rathfarnham, oil on canvas, signed anddated 86, 56.5 x 71 cm See illustration 700 - 900

    39 Sean Keating, a sheltered pool,watercolour, signed, 49 x 51.5 cm Seeillustration 1500 - 1800

    40 Sean Keating, The Road to Ventry,pastel, signed, 50 x 75 cm See inside frontcover colour illustration 2500 - 3000

    41 David Hone, The Pigeon-House,Dublin, oil on canvas, signed and dated 66,55 x 76 cm See illustration 700 - 900

    Lot 2 Lot 4 Lot 12

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  • 542 Herman Frederik Carel ten Kate, aninterior with an officer and a lady dancing,with others looking on, oil on panel, signed,52.5 x 70 cm See inside back cover colourillustration 2000 - 2500

    43 David Muirhead, a view of ElyCathedral, oil on canvas, signed, 44 x 59 cmSee illustration 200 - 300

    44 E Gignous, a mountainous riverlandscape, oil on canvas, indistinctly signed,57 x 34 cm 100 - 150

    45 Modern Irish School, St StephensGreen, Dublin, oil on board, 31.5 x 39 cm Seeillustration 300 - 400

    46 Sean OSullivan, The River Liffey, oil onboard, signed, 34.5 x 41 cm See illustration600 - 800

    Lot 13 Lot 14 Lot 16

    Lot 33 Lot 35 Lot 38

    Lot 39 Lot 41 Lot 43

    Lot 45 Lot 46

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  • 647 William Crampton Gore, a still life of avase of roses, oil on board, signed and dated1926, 28.5 x 23 cm See illustration 600 - 800

    48 Olive Crosthwait, a hunter, pastel,signed and dated 1913, 34 x 45 cm 100 - 150

    49 A Gerald Leslie Brockhurst etching, ayoung woman, signed, 22 cm x 16.5 cm Seeillustration 100 - 150

    50 A Gerald Leslie Brockhurst etching,Corinne, 13.5 x 10 cm 80 - 100

    51 19th century, a river landscape with acastle, oil on board, 19.5 x 25.5 cm 140 - 160

    52 Naive school, Armistice, oil on board,monogrammed, 26 x 42.5 cm See illustration100 - 150

    53 Six photographic prints of StourheadHouse, including Bristol Cross, Turf Bridge atlake, 15 cm x 10 cm (6) 20 - 25

    54 Chinese school, late 19th century,exotic birds perched on a branch, watercolourand gouache on pith paper, and five otherssimilar (6) 100 - 150

    55 Frederick Whitehead, a view ofLeamington, watercolour, signed, 18 x 28 cm, FYS, barges, watercolour, initialled anddated 1909, another watercolour, a gouache,and a print (5)

    56 A Lumsden etching, Miranda de Ebro,24/50, signed, 21 x 34 cm, two Andrew Afflecketchings, and three others (6) 100 - 150

    57 Continental school, a tavern scene, oilon canvas, 19.5 x 16 cm, and its pair (2) 280 - 320

    58 Andre Bicat, Winter Evening, oil oncanvas, signed and dated 55, 34.5 x 50 cm150 - 200

    59 Manner of Joseph Paul, a landscapewith figures by a windmill, oil on board, 27 x38.5 cm 120 - 180

    60 E B Coghill