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Woolley & Wallis

51-61 Castle Street,
SALISBURY,
Wiltshire,
SP1 3SU

  01722 424500
 
  www.woolleyandwallis.co.uk

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Woolley & Wallis - Furniture, Works of Art and Clocks
Sale commencing:   10 January 2018 10:00 AM

Lot 149

A George III mahogany demi-lune card table, with a crossbanded fold-over top, on square tapering legs, with faux fluted panels and spade feet, 73.5cm high, 90cm wide, 44.5cm deep.

Estimated Value: £200 - £300

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Lot 150

A George III mahogany octofoil dished tray, 48.3cm wide.

Estimated Value: £100 - £150

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Lot 151

Estimated Value: £100 - £150

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Lot 152

A George III mahogany tray, with a scalloped dished edge, previously mounted, 58.5cm wide.

Estimated Value: £200 - £300

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Lot 153

A polished steel serpentine fire-grate in George III style, with a railed front, urn finials and a pierced frieze, 76cm high, 81.7cm wide, 40cm deep.

Estimated Value: £300 - £500

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Lot 154

A 19th century Dutch copper and brass logbin, with a swing handle and a riveted body, together with a similar, smaller example, 32.5cm high, 39.9cm wide (max). (2)

Estimated Value: £200 - £300

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Lot 155

A late Victorian brass fire companion set, comprising: three tools, a poker, tongs and a shovel, on a turned stand, with lion's paw feet, 88.2cm high.

Estimated Value: £300 - £500

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Lot 156

A pair of elm and studded leather fire bellows, 48.8cm long.

Estimated Value: £30 - £50

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Lot 157

A brass serpentine fire-grate in George III style, with an arched cast iron back, above a railed front, with urn finials and a pierced apron, 79.8cm high, 72.5cm wide, 44.5cm deep, together with a triptych brass and mesh folding spark guard, a set of three brass fire tools and a pair of brass tool rests. (7)

Estimated Value: £400 - £600

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Lot 158

A George III carved pine chimney-piece, with a carved inverted breakfront mantel, above a frieze decorated with scrolling acanthus and swags of flowers, fruit, nuts and berries, above a pair of scroll corbels and carved chains of husks, external: 155.6 x 198.6cm, internal: 115.5 x 124.8cm.

Estimated Value: £1000 - £1500

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Lot 159

A set of three early 19th century steel fire tools, each with a faceted handle and knopped stem, with a pierced pan, 77cm long. (3)

Estimated Value: £300 - £400

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Lot 160

Estimated Value: £200 - £300

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Lot 161

A George III cast brass serpentine fender, with urns and swags and foliate engraved decoration, 13.8cm high, 109.5cm wide.

Estimated Value: £150 - £250

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Lot 162

A brass and mahogany country house stickstand, with eight divisions and a pair of painted metal lift-out trays, late 19th / early 20th century, 81.5cm high, 155.5cm wide, 25.4cm deep.

Estimated Value: £300 - £400

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Lot 163

An oak brass bound barrel / bucket stickstand, with a swing handle, 41.8 cm high, 27.2cm wide.

Estimated Value: £100 - £150

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Lot 164

A late Victorian brass and black painted umbrella stand, with a lift-out tray, 71.5cm high, 28cm wide.

Estimated Value: £100 - £150

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Lot 165

Estimated Value: £80 - £120

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Lot 166

A massive pair of Regency Irish style mahogany and brass mounted peat buckets, each with a removable liner, with a pair of carrying handles and spiral ribbed tapering bodies, of recent manufacture, 91.5cm high, 78cm diameter. (2)

Estimated Value: £5000 - £7000

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Lot 167

A late 19th century French ormolu fender in Louis XVI style, with a central urn, with swags of laurel leaves and a pair of sphinx figures flanked by birds, 41.8cm high, 182cm wide.

Estimated Value: £800 - £1200

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Lot 168

A pair of Regency style mahogany and brass mounted peat buckets, each with a swing handle and a ribbed tapering body, 46cm high, 35.5cm wide. (2)

Estimated Value: £500 - £700

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Lot 169

A late Victorian brass and wirework magazine rack, with four divisions, stamped 'S. H. & S.' with registration number 'RD NO 80693', 72.4cm high, 40.5cm wide, 30cm deep.

Estimated Value: £250 - £350

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Lot 170

A late Victorian mahogany and brass mounted stickstand, inlaid with boxwood stringing, with a pierced handle, above a metal lift-out liner, 79.1cm high, 34cm wide, 21cm deep.

Estimated Value: £300 - £400

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Lot 171

A 19th century navette shape mahogany and brass mounted peat bucket, with a swing handle, 36.8cm high, 37cm wide.

Estimated Value: £500 - £700

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Lot 172

A massive pair of Birkhall style mahogany lidded peat buckets, each with a leaf carved and turned finial, above a segmented, veneered lid, the interior with a removable metal liner, the tapering bodies with scroll handles, of recent manufacture, 106cm high, 68cm wide. (2)

Estimated Value: £4000 - £6000

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Lot 173

A late Victorian brass doorstop, in the form of a pair of partridge, with a leafage handle, the back inscribed 'England', 29.5cm high.

Estimated Value: £150 - £200

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Lot 174

A Victorian painted cast iron doorstop by Coalbrookdale, in the form of a recumbent spaniel, with a scrolling ivy handle, with registration lozenge, the base stamped 'CBDALE' and indistinctly numbered, 48.5cm high, 28.5cm wide.

Estimated Value: £150 - £200

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Lot 175

A Victorian brass doorstop by William Tonks & Sons, with an eagle head stem and a horseshoe handle, the base with a goblin figure, inscribe 'BIDE A BLINK', the back stamped 'W T & S', with a sun mark and registration number 'R D. 626156', 31.4cm high.

Estimated Value: £150 - £200

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Lot 176

A cast iron figural doorstop, with a bronze finish, in the form of an 18th century dandy, holding a staff and a monocle, the back stamped 'HVH, 2000A' and with registration number '794042', probably 1930s, 57.4cm high, 22.5cm wide.

Estimated Value: £100 - £150

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Lot 177

A brass and cast iron fox's head doorstop, the handle in the form of a riding crop, 42cm high.

Estimated Value: £100 - £150

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Lot 178

A Victorian lion's paw doorstop, with a leaf stem and a leaded base, 39.8cm high.

Estimated Value: £100 - £150

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Lot 179

A William IV brass doorstop, with a snake handle, above a spiral twist stem and a faceted bell shaped weighted base, 45cm high.

Estimated Value: £200 - £300

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Lot 180

Four carved stone camel tethers, each with an iron ring handle, north African, 25.3cm high (max). (4)

Estimated Value: £50 - £100

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Lot 181

A William and Mary brass lantern clock by John London of Bristol, the posted movement, with an outside countwheel and striking on a bell, with a later recoil anchor escapement, the dial with a silvered chapter ring with Roman numerals, the centre engraved with an urn of flowers and signed 'John London m Bristoll', with radiating designs to the spandrels, the case with one piece finial, post and feet, with pierced frets and a turned urn finial, the movement holes have keyhole style piercings which is a John London feature, 39cm high.

Estimated Value: £2000 - £3000

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Lot 182

Estimated Value: £2000 - £3000

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Lot 183

A George III red japanned tavern timepiece, the brass movement with recoil anchor escapement, five turned pillars and with tapered plates, the 25 1/4in repainted circular dial with Roman and Arabic numerals and brass hands, the case signed 'John Dwerryhouse Berkeley Sqre London', the door decorated with chinoiserie with figures before buildings, above a hinged door base decorated with birds, 148cm high.

Estimated Value: £3000 - £5000

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Lot 184

An early 19th century Scottish longcase clock, the brass eight day movement, with anchor escapement striking on a bell, with a painted arched 14in dial, the arch decorated with a port scene with Britannia, with one package inscribed 'Mr C. HAGGART Merchant Glasgow', the dial with Roman and Arabic numerals, with subsidiary seconds and date dials, in a satinwood banded case, 211cm high.

Estimated Value: £300 - £500

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Lot 185

A small George III oak longcase clock, the brass eight day movement with four turned pillars, with anchor escapement and striking on a bell, the 9in dial with subsidiary seconds and date dials, with Roman numerals, and signed 'ROBINSON LONDON', the case inlaid with mahogany banding, parquetry stringing and with marquetry panels, with a broken swan neck pediment above quarter pilasters, a shaped trunk door and a moulded plinth, 188.7cm.

Estimated Value: £200 - £300

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Lot 186

A George II oak longcase clock by Philip Avenell of Farnham, the brass eight day movement, with five turned pillars and anchor escapement, the automaton figure driven from the pallet arbor, with rack strike on a bell, the 12in arched dial with gilt cast urn and eagle spandrels, the chapter ring with Roman and Arabic numerals, the matted centre engraved with two love birds and a basket of fruit, with subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture, the arch with cast dolphin mounts and with a circular recess with an automaton figure of Father Time with a starry sky, signed 'Philip Avenell Farnham' and 'TEMPUS FUGIT', the case with a caddy top and an arched trunk door, (in need of restoration), 224.5cm high.

Estimated Value: £300 - £500

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Lot 187

A George III brass cased travelling alarm timepiece by Thomas Mudge and William Dutton, the thirty hour movement with a verge escapement, turned pillars, a bell and a bob pendulum, the hinged outer plate inscribed 'Thos Mudge, Willm Dutton, London', the silvered dials, with Roman and Arabic numerals, with a sanded ground and pierced hands, the case with sliding dust shutters, 13.5cm high, together with a later oak bracket and two weights.

Estimated Value: £1000 - £1500

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Lot 188

An ebonised bracket timepiece, the brass eight day single fusee movement, with a verge escapement, with a false pendulum and rise and fall regulation, with four turned pillars, the arched 6in dial with a silver chapter ring with Roman and Arabic numerals, with subsidiary calendar, seconds and strike/silent dials, with gilt brass scrolling foliage and mask spandrels, signed 'Wm Graham London', the inverted bell top with a brass handle and a plain moulded case, with arched glazed side panels, 18th century elements, 39cm high, 23.7cm wide.

Estimated Value: £500 - £800

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Lot 189

A mahogany wall clock, the brass thirty hour movement with a verge escapement, with turned columns and a bell, the arched dial with Roman numerals and a signed circular plaque 'Jno Watts Canterbury', the sliding hood with a broken swan neck pediment and a glazed door, flanked by columns, 80.5cm high.

Estimated Value: £150 - £250

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Lot 190

A William IV mahogany longcase regulator timepiece by James McCabe, the fine quality brass eight day movement with five pillars and deadbeat escapement, with jewelled pallets and beat adjustment, with maintaining power and high count wheels and pinions, the wheels with six crossings and off set small weight, the mercury jar compensated pendulum suspended from a substantial bar mounted and spanning both plates, with a 13in circular silvered dial with Arabic numerals, with subsidiary seconds dial over an hour dial with Roman numerals, with blued steel hands, signed 'James McCabe Royal Exchange, LONDON' and numbered '2476', in a Gothic carved case, 194.2cm high.

Estimated Value: £4000 - £6000

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Lot 191

An early 19th century mahogany banjo barometer, with an 8in silvered dial, with dry/damp dial above a thermometer, the base with a spirit level dial and signed 'COX LONDON', 97.9cm high.

Estimated Value: £150 - £250

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Lot 192

A George III mahogany stick barometer by James Long, with a broken arch swan neck pediment, with an urn finial above a silvered dial inscribed 'J A S Long Royal Exchange LONDON', with an adjustable vernier scale, the banded trunk with a silvered thermometer scale, the base with a turned well cover, 101.5cm high.

Estimated Value: £200 - £300

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Lot 193

Estimated Value: £150 - £200

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Lot 194

A late 19th century mahogany cased two day marine chronometer by A. Johannsen & Co., the circular single fusee movement with four pillars and Harrisons maintaining power, with an Earnshaw type spring detent escapement and split bi-metallic balance and helical balance spring, with an engine turned backplate, the circular 4in silvered dial, with subsidiary seconds and up/down dials and Roman and Arabic numerals, signed 'A. Johannsen & Co., MAKERS TO THE ADMIRALTY, THE INDIAN GOVT & ROYAL NAVIES OF ITALY, SPAIN & PORTUGAL, 149 Minories, London' and numbered '8644', mounted on a brass gimbal, the case lacking its upper section, with a later ivorine plaque and with an accompanying facsimile of its Admiralty record sheet from 1944 to 1971, 16.8cm high, 18.5cm wide.

Estimated Value: £500 - £800

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Lot 195

An early 19th century mahogany wall timepiece by James McCabe, the brass eight day single chain fusee movement, with a lever platform escapement, with four turned pillars, the backplate and rear of dial signed and numbered, with a 51/2in dial silvered dial with Roman numerals and slow/fast lever, signed 'Jas McCabe ROYAL EXCHANGE, LONDON, No. 2502', in a mahogany case, 20.2cm diameter.

Estimated Value: £500 - £700

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Lot 196

A William & Mary walnut and marquetry longcase clock by Thomas Johnson, the brass eight day movement with four turned and finned pillars, with recoil anchor escapement and internal countwheeel with strike to bell, the 11in dial with gilt cast boys and crown spandrels, with a silvered chapter ring with Roman and Arabic numerals, the matted centre with a subsidiary seconds dial and engraved date aperture, with ringed winding holes, signed 'Thos Johnson London' to the lower edge of the dial, the case with a caddy top inlaid with flowers with three giltwood ball finials, above a fret carved frieze and columns, above floral and leafage borders, the trunk door inlaid with birds, flowers and naked winged figures with a glass lenticle, with a conforming plinth and flattened disc feet, 238cm high.

Estimated Value: £7000 - £10000

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Lot 197

A walnut and marquetry longcase clock, the brass eight day movement by Henry Jones, with recoil anchor escapement, with five turned and knopped pillars, with an outside countwheel striking on a bell, the 10in dial with gilt cast cherub and scrolling leaf spandrels, with a silvered chapter ring with Roman and Arabic numerals, the matted centre with an engraved date aperture, subsidiary seconds dial and ringed winding holes, signed 'Henry Jones in the Temple', the dome top inlaid with flowers above a pair of giltwood urn finials, and a fret carved frieze, with a pair of columns, the trunk with seaweed borders and panels of floral marquetry with a bird, a pair of mermen and an urn of flowers, with a glass lenticle, above a conforming plinth and flattened bun feet, late 17th century but case and movement probably associated, 228.5cm high.

Estimated Value: £6000 - £8000

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Lot 198

A William and Mary walnut marquetry longcase clock by John Foorde of Oxon, the brass eight day movement with five turned pillars, one latched, with a recoil anchor escapement and an outside countwheel striking on a bell, with an 11in dial with gilt cast cherub and leaf spandrels, the silvered chapter ring with Roman numerals, signed 'John Foorde Oxon', the matted centre with subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture, with ringed winding holes, the case with a domed caddy top, inlaid with floral sprays above a fret carved frieze, with later gilt ball finials, with spiral twist columns to the formerly rising hood, the trunk door inset with a lenticle and decorated with three shaped panels inlaid with flowers, birds and mermaids baring their breasts, the plinth similarly veneered and on bun feet, the sides crossbanded and divided into panels by stringing, 218cm high.

Estimated Value: £10000 - £15000

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