Think four Cs. That covers our July 1st auction. CAR, CIGARS, CAPODIMONTE AND CLOCKS.
We have a 1929 Morris Cowley Flatnose saloon for sale, registration KX 3053. Our vendor remembers trips out with the whole family. And then dad decided to rebuild it! In the meantime a tree grew in front of the garage door, which we had to have removed before dragging it out. It is for restoration, whilst a restored engine is in place and the original comes too. Plenty of work ahead but what a wonderful limo you will then have, and one with suicide rear doors, plenty of space and soft leather seats. No reserve, it has an estimate of £800 TO £1500.
Mr X, our deceased client in Pinner, was a major CIGAR smoker. We are selling the ones he hadn’t got round to – 2000 of them along with lots of interesting pipe tobacco and his extensive pipe collection.. Mostly in sealed boxes, the cigars originate from many countries including Cuba.
Mr Y, our deceased client in Ruislip, was a CLOCK collector. We are pleased to offer his collection of mainly 19th century mantel clocks, most of which were purchased for their prettiness with many of them supporting porcelain panels, some with side pieces. They are a joy to behold and good examples.
And our cigar smoker also collected Capodimonte, so we have lots of large figures many humorous, including a dentist, a doctor, an optician and an organ grinder.
And then the rest of the sale which includes a JEWELLERY section of maybe 60 lots with much gold; a smallish SILVER AND PLATE section which includes claret jugs and a good table service for 12 in an Art Deco cabinet, by Harrison Bros. There’s lots of STAMPS including good collections, COINS, some gold, MEDALS and POSTCARDS, old football programmes. TOYS include a large collection of Thunderbirds and Captain Scarlet figures and vehicles, Beano items, model trains, model racing cars, vintage felt dolls and animals, and teddy bears. RECORDS including rock and pop, jazz and classical.
We have over 120 lots of PICTURES and artists include Ken Ogborne, M. Gardner, Anda Kubis, F. Eliot, G.G. Rousseau, Tom Coates, G. Hodgson, C.D. Graham, Vicktor Penfold, W. Holmes, C. Vreedenburgh, Frank Reynolds, Clarissima Fontaine, John Nash, Agnes Miller-Parker, Ray J. Browne, David Murray RA, George Chambers, etc.
The SHELVES are almost full and once again offer you a wide choice of PORCELAIN, POTTERY AND GLASS, including Doulton ‘Larchmont’, Royal Albert ‘Old Country Roses’, French Luneville, Royal Worcester ‘Roanoke’, Masons traditional, Royal Doulton ‘Burgundy’, Noritake ‘Chartres’, Royal Doulton ‘Rose Elegans’, Spode ‘Brig Eliza 1865’, Wedgwood ‘Florentine’, two Whitefriars ‘Hooped’ vases in cinnamon, designed by Geoffrey Baxter, along with lots of glass and decanters, Naples pottery Henry VIII and six of his wives, an extensive collection of jelly moulds, Lurpack toast racks and butter dishes, many models by Lilliput Lane, old microphones and a large studio light, various hi-fi and televisions, lots of large Lladro figures, modern Poole, large pottery lamps as an elephant and an eagle, fine Vienna plates, early 20th century Royal Worcester figures and bowls, a large horse bronze, old root carving, two Palissy ware plates, two rebound old books : Voyage To Abyssinia and Travels into The Interior by Henry Salt, 1814 and The Works of Edmund Waller In Verse and Prose 1729, published by Mr Fenton, air guns, two German swords, etc.
Only the FURNITURE section is lacking. It’s very small, in fact less than 50 lots, but does include good mid-century lots including a Macintosh teak sideboard and table set, wall units and stylish stools. Also a 19th century Anglo Indian writing table, a Regency small table and credenza, modern blond oak Ercol side cabinets, mirrors, etc.
VIEWING STILL BY APPOINTMENT ON 30TH JUNE BETWEEN 12 – 7 PM, AND WITH NO PUBLIC ATTENDANCE AT THE SALE, BIDDING WILL BE ONLINE OR BY COMMISSION BID.
The catalogue will be up on our website the weekend before with sale, with images. Ring Melanie on 01895 621991 or email her on email@example.com to book viewing.