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Antiques and Fine Art including Cigarette Card, Postcards, Ephemera, Sport & Furniture

Fine Art & Antiques

  • Newbury, Berkshire, UK

Viewing 2nd July 20148 10.00-16.00

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Auction highlights

  • Antiques & Fine Art including Cigarette Cards, Postcards, Ephemera, Sport & Furniture
  • 3rd July 2018
Lot 14

Lot 14

An early 20th Century Nigerian African carved God of Twins, Abeji, 21 cm high

Price realised

£1400

Lot 245

Lot 245

A 19th Century Chinese album, of ornithology on rice paper together with another similar album of the court life of a child from birth to schooling, tea ceremony, marriage and eventual death on rice paper, each album 24 cm x 34 cm

Price realised

£1600

Lotv 762

Lotv 762

A pair of Willian IV mahogany framed sofas, with reeded scroll arms, on turned supports and brass and ceramic castors, one missing the central supports, both in need of attention (2) 214 cm wide x 95 cm high x 79 cm deep (2)

Price realised

£1600

Featured lots

Lot 350

Lot 350

A good 19th Century Sevres hard paste porcelain bust of Napoleon Bonaparte

Estimate

£20,000 - £30,000

Lot 506

Lot 506

Cigarette Cards, Taddy, Famous Jockeys, (without frame), complete set, (slight discolouration, one with slight removal of text to back, otherwise vg)

Estimate

£250-350

Lot 594

Lot 594

Foreign Cigarette Cards, Allen & Ginter, Worlds Dudes (gd, a few backs with discolouration or wear)

Estimate

£200-250

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Auction Highlights

  • Antiques & Fine Art
  • 3rd January 2018

Lot 208

A late 17th/Early 18th Century carved wooden panel, depicting a kneeling warrior with his helmet, spear and shield cast to one side in front of three classical goddesses, a cherub discarding his bow and peacock with Mercury appearing above the clouds and a cherub flying clutching a laurel wreath and flaming embers, verso inscribed 'This casing was taken out of the city of Sevastopol when its capture by the allied armies 1856' 34.5 cm x 34 cm

Price realised

£4200

Lot 381

A pair of 18th Century portrait studies, oil on canvas, Robert William Heath and his wife Agnes Coussmaker, in Saunders gilt frames, with annotations verso, each 77 cm x 62 cm together with another 18th Century portrait study heavily af, 76 cm x 63 cm (3)

Price realised

£1200

Lot 433

A William IV rosewood games table, the square top with egg and dart border with push up top fitted with two frieze drawers, two slides on a tapered central column support and quadripartite base, 52 cm square x 71 cm high

Price realised

£200