The Welsh Sale

Sat 05 December 2020, 10:00 AM - Cardiff Saleroom, South Wales

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  • Lot 1

    Lot 1

    A 1969 PRINCE OF WALES INVESTITURE CHAIR by Lord Snowdon, built in stained beech and plywood with olive-ash and embossed with the Prince of Wales motif in gold leaf, the chair was manufactured by Welsh Remploy factories, dated 1969¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff ¦Condition Report: in very good order, structurally sound, localised paint loss especially arm, usual fading to cushion but not notably stained

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    Lot 1

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    £300 - £500

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  • Lot 2

    Lot 2

    A 1969 PRINCE OF WALES INVESTITURE CHAIR by Lord Snowdon, built in stained beech and plywood with olive-ash and embossed with the Prince of Wales motif in gold leaf, the chair was manufactured by Welsh Remploy factories, dated 1969¦Provenance: deceased estate Pembrokeshire¦Condition Report: in very good order, structurally sound, small nicks to edges, usual fading to cushion but not notably stained

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    Lot 2

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    £300 - £500

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  • Lot 3

    Lot 3

    A 1969 PRINCE OF WALES INVESTITURE CHAIR by Lord Snowdon, built in stained beech and plywood with olive-ash and embossed with the Prince of Wales motif in gold leaf, the chair was manufactured by Welsh Remploy factories, dated 1969¦Provenance: deceased estate Pembrokeshire¦Condition Report: worm damage to bottom of one leg, cushion and other parts in good order

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    Lot 3

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    £100 - £200

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  • Lot 4

    Lot 4

    A 1969 PRINCE OF WALES INVESTITURE CHAIR by Lord Snowdon, built in stained beech and plywood with olive-ash and embossed with the Prince of Wales motif in gold leaf, the chair was manufactured by Welsh Remploy factories, dated 1969, together with related loose cushion¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff ¦Condition Report: in very good order, structurally sound, slight scuff to edges, usual fading to cushion but not notably stained

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    Lot 4

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    £400 - £600

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  • Lot 5

    Lot 5

    DOCUMENTARY MID-19TH CENTURY WELSH MAHOGANY LONGCASE CLOCK, by John Jones, Aberystwyth, c.1845, swan neck pediment, breakarch hood with twisted columns, above trunk with shaped door and twisted columns, on circular panelled base raised on turned feet, well painted 13in. Roman dial with moonphase in the arch, St Peter and St Paul in the globes, spandrels with figures allegorical of the continents, centre painted with the Angel appearing to Jacob at Peniel (Genesis XXXII, 24-30), subsidiary seconds dial and calendar aperture, the 8-day two-train weight-driven anchor escapement rack striking a bell, 220cm high.¦Provenance: Cardiff private collector of Aberystwyth art and antiques.¦Auctioneers Note: published in William Linnard, Wales: Clocks & Clockmakers, 2003, p. 90-91, fig 6.21 and back cover. John Jones is recorded as working as a clockmaker, repairer and retailer at various addresses in Aberystwyth between 1828 and 1868.¦Condition Report: feet, column capitals and base with wear and minor losses, dial in excellent condition.

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    Lot 5

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    £400 - £600

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  • Lot 6

    Lot 6

    MID 18TH CENTURY WELSH OAK LONGCASE CLOCK, by John Roberts, Wrexham, the arched top brass dial with `John Roberts, Wrexham 1765` plate, flagged by pierced dolphins, the 11in. brass dial with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, chased central decoration and mask spandrels, the hood with broken swan neck pediment and urn finial, single arch top glazed door with flanking fluted pillars and brass caps, the trunk with crossbanded shaped top door and quarter cut fluted side pillars on a stepped base with corner bracket feet, 8-day two-train weight-driven movement, pendulum weights and winding key included, 220cms overall H, 49cms W¦Provenance: private collection north Wales¦Condition Report: urn finial replaced, restored hood moulding, base with splits, dial cleaned and re-lacquered.

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    Lot 6

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    £500 - £1000

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  • Lot 6A

    Lot 6A

    A NINETEENTH CENTURY DYFFRYN OGWEN SLATE DESK STAND of three-piece rectangular form, raised on four corner bracket feet, having a centre drawer, two inkwells, a pen holder and centre handle, each feet decorated with two `daisy wheels` characteristic of Dyffryn Ogwen, Gwynedd, 28 x 18cms¦Provenance: historic Welsh long-house Vale of Glamorgan, The Carved Slates of Dyffryn Ogwen by Gwenno Caffell, National Museum of Wales, Cardiff 1983¦Provenance: deceased estate Vale of Glamorgan¦Condition Report: chip to one inkwell, lids to inkwell not present, no other notable damage

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    Lot 6A

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    £150 - £250

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  • Lot 7

    Lot 7

    AN EARLY VICTORIAN FRUITWOOD TRUNCHEON FOR NEATH BORO POLICE having a bulbous ribbed handle, painted with a crown over a shield with an image of Neath Castle and `Neath Boro Police`, 44cms long¦Provenance: deceased estate Pembrokeshire¦Auctioneer`s Note: Neath Borough Police Force was established on 9th February 1836 until merged with Glamorgan Constabulary¦Condition Report: no apparent problems and paint-work is very fresh, white surface marks at end, very good fresh example

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    Lot 7

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    £200 - £300

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  • Lot 8

    Lot 8

    A RARE PAIR OF CARVED & PAINTED STORY-TELLING PADDLES BY VALE OF CLWYD TOYS circa 1915, depicting a lady in Welsh hat and shawl with umbrella in the wind and depicting the `Ladies of Llangollen`, both carved within flat plywood roundels and with separate handles, stamped verso `Vale of Clwyd Toys`, 23.5cms diam¦Provenance: Carmarthen area, has been in the possession of the same Welsh family for several decades, please see https://newspapers.library.wales/view/4243087/4243089 (National Library of Wales)¦Auctioneer`s Note: made by the Vale of Clwyd Toy Factory in Trefnant which began as a cottage industry in 1909 by Mary Heaton, providing employment and interest to working men in the evening. She was then able to recruit by means of a County Technical Committee grant, the help of Edward Jones, the local wood carver of Trefnant, joining the project as a teacher. They then began to sell toys and the profits were shared amongst the workers. From then Mary Heaton developed the project further, extending the classes and opportunity to unemployed men who had been incapacitated from ill-health and from other causes including wounded World War 1 soldiers. The toys were sold in several outlets around Wales and in England, they were also exported to Patagonia and other regions of the world including through agents in Buenos Ayres.¦Condition Report: in remarkably good condition, a small split in one but both stable and solid, no other cracks chips or significant staining and with very fresh paint work, lovely rare examples of ethical Welsh toys with an interesting social history relating to Denbighshire ¦

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    Lot 8

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    £100 - £150

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  • Lot 9

    Lot 9

    A COLLECTION OF INTERESTING LEDGERS RELATING TO TWO SOUTH WALES COLLIERIES comprising Bargoed Coal Company Limited director`s minutes, dated 1863-1877,1884-1899, 1899-1914, 1914-1927, 1927-1936 together with Bargoed Coal Company `Account of Shares` 1912-1930, also a volume of Register of Directors for Bargoed Coal Company, similar for The Ponthenry Colliery Company and a volume of Directors minutes for Ponthenry 1913-1932, and a bound collection of engraved Bargoed Coal Company share certificates for 1888 issued to J R Cobb, the principle investor¦Provenance: private collection west Wales¦Auctioneer`s Note: the entrepreneur behind the Bargoed Company was Joseph Richard Cobb (1821-1897) notable for his interest in antiquities and for his purchase of several Welsh castles which he restored with his fortune¦Condition Report: nicely preserved

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    Lot 9

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  • Lot 10

    Lot 10

    POSTER FOR THE ALL WALES CONFERENCE IN SUPPORT OF MINING COMMUNITIES two colour print, advertising the event at Maesteg Town Hall, June 1st (1984), information in English and Welsh, produced by Wales Congress, with map of Wales containing photographic images of strike supporters, one with sign `Save my Daddy`s Job`, 57 x 40cms¦Provenance: private collection south Wales¦Condition Report: no apparent problems, later framed and glazed

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    Lot 10

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    £50 - £100

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  • Lot 11

    Lot 11

    JOHN SPEED coloured antiquarian map of Anglesey `Antiently called Mona` dated 1610, with inset of Beaumaris, edition by John Sudbury and George Humble, 41 x 51cms¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff ¦Condition Report: in old carved wooden frame, not glazed at back, colours are fresh, paper has aged quality, tears at top and bottom of fold, clear margins inside glazing, no notable damage

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    Lot 11

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    £200 - £250

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  • Lot 12

    Lot 12

    JOHN SPEED coloured antiquarian map of Cardigan Shyre `described with the due forme of the Shire-town as it was surveyed by J S Anno. 1610`, with inset of Cardigan, edition by John Sudbury and George Humble, 40 x 52.5cms¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff ¦Condition Report: in old wooden frame, not glazed at back, colours are fresh, paper has aged quality, clear margins inside glazing, no notable damage

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    Lot 12

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  • Lot 13

    Lot 13

    STANLEY BAKER & IVOR EMMANUEL AUTOGRAPHS in pen and on separate sheets, framed with a Zulu presentation including colour photograph reproductions of both actors together in the famous Rorke`s Drift scene, 49 x 55cms¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff ¦Presentation & Condition: good clear signatures, slight aged tone to paper of Stanley Baker, all elements nicely presented together in modern frame

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    Lot 13

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  • Lot 14

    Lot 14

    RICHARD BURTON AUTOGRAPH signed diagonally in pen on paper, presented in a modern frame with a reproduction black and white publicity photograph for `Look Back in Anger` with the actor staring intently at the viewer with pint of beer, 51 x 37.5cms¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff ¦Presentation & Condition: good clear signature in immaculate frame and glazed presentation

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    Lot 14

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  • Lot 15

    Lot 15

    A FINE & VERY RARE NANTGARW PORCELAIN PLATE IN THE MEISSEN STYLE lavishly decorated in puce flowers and gilding, the border moulded with c-scrolls and ribbon-tied flowers and foliage, together with a series of six outer panels of figures in landscapes, the centre painted with a large vignette of figures in a harbour with ruins and boats, within a gilt scroll and puce diaper border, style of eighteenth century Meissen decorator Johann Gregor H¦roldt, London decorated, impressed NANT GARW CW to base, 25cms diam¦Auctioneer`s Note: example on display at The National Museum of Wales, Cardiff, similar as Illustration 5 in W D John `Nantgarw Porcelain Album` 1975 noting Sir Leslie Joseph as owner¦Provenance: deceased estate, west Wales¦Condition Report: no apparent problems, enamels and gilding fresh, wear to gilding, very fine example

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    Lot 15

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    £3000 - £5000

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  • Lot 16

    Lot 16

    A NANTGARW PORCELAIN SQUARE DISH FROM THE CARDIFF CASTLE SERVICE of cruciform with alternating lobed border, decorated in Canton enamel style, the border with five lobed panels of brightly coloured birds to a deep blue reserve with flowers, the interior with single bird perched on a blossoming bough, impressed NANT GARW CW to base, 23 x 23cms¦Provenance: deceased estate, west Wales¦Auctioneer`s Note: dessert service commissioned for the Marquess of Bute¦Condition Report: no apparent problems or restoration, enamels have held well, wear to raised ridges which is usual, tight faint crazing and faint surface scratches but overall a very good example

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    Lot 16

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    £800 - £1400

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  • Lot 17

    Lot 17

    A RARE NANTGARW PORCELAIN TAPERSTICK circular based with dolphin handle and with stepped nozzle, the rim, handle and nozzle picked out in gold, the base with blue reserve, gilded foliate decoration and two ovals containing roses, 4.6cms high x 4.4cms diam at base¦Provenance: deceased estate, west Wales, Illustration No. 55 W D John (1975)¦Condition Report: tiny nibbles to rim of nozzle, possible delicate restoration to handle as believed re-gilded, colours and gilding are fresh with only small areas of wear, excellent overall, viewing recommended

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    Lot 17

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    £1000 - £2000

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  • Lot 18

    Lot 18

    A NANTGARW PORCELAIN PLATE DECORATED IN THE SEVRES STYLE of shaped circular form and having an apple green cavetto with gilt scroll edged floral reserves, around a centred spray of flowers, impressed mark NANT GARW CW to base, 24cms diam¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Auctioneer`s Note: similar as Illustration No.45 in W D John (1975) and remarking that this service was the last to be sold by Mortlocks Ltd and was in their London shop-window until the service sold in 1933¦Condition Report: no apparent problems other than light surface scratches ¦

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    Lot 18

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    £800 - £1400

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  • Lot 19

    Lot 19

    A NANTGARW PORCELAIN PLATE IN THE SEVRES STYLE of circular lobed form, in white ground with a border of alternating fruit and flower sprays, interspersed with gilt ribbons within gilded dentil rim, all around a centred spray of colourful flowers, impressed NANT GARW CW to base, 24cms diam¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: very fine, very slight wear to gilding, surface scratches in glaze, enamels exceptionally fresh

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    Lot 19

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    £600 - £1000

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  • Lot 20

    Lot 20

    A NANTGARW PORCELAIN PLATE WITH LARGE SPRAY OF FLOWERS of lobed circular form and with gilded rim, flowers include a pink rose, pansies, and forget-me-knots, two insects to border, impressed NANT GARW CW to base, 24cms diam¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: no apparent problems, enamels very fresh, small notable area of loss to one flower, slight surface scratches, excellent example

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    Lot 20

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    £500 - £800

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  • Lot 21

    Lot 21

    A NANTGARW PORCELAIN PLATE of lobed form, the border moulded with c-scrolls, flowers and tied ribbons together with five individual flower studies and a single colourful bird within gilt dentil rim, surrounding a large spray of flowers to the interior including open pink rose, impressed mark NANT GARW CW to base, 24.5cms diam¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: wear to gilt rim, light surface scratches, enameling fresh

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    Lot 21

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    £400 - £600

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  • Lot 22

    Lot 22

    A SMALL NANTGARW PORCELAIN PLATE of lobed circular form, the border moulded with c-scrolls, flowers and tied ribbons picked out in gold and interspersed with six pink open roses, all around a large spray of flowers included roses and anemone, impressed mark NANT GARW CW to base, 21.5cms diam¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: no apparent problems, very faint surface scratches, enameling fresh

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    Lot 22

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    £400 - £700

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  • Lot 23

    Lot 23

    A NANTGARW DESSERT PLATE FROM THE BRACE SERVICE London decorated, probably in the Bradley workshop, painted in the centre with a range of flowers, within a border moulded with c-scrolls and reserved with panels enclosing a bird, fruit and flowers, gilt dentil rim, impressed NANT GARW CW to base, 21.5cms¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Auctioneer`s Note: the service is so named after a square dish with similar decoration, presented to the Rt. Hon. William Brace, P.C¦Condition Report: very minor wear and light surface scratches only

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    Lot 23

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    £500 - £1000

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  • Lot 24

    Lot 24

    A NANTGARW PORCELAIN PLATE of shaped circular form, decorated in the Chelsea style with a scene of colourful exotic birds in a landscape and further birds and insect in flight, impressed NANT GARW CW to base, 21cms diam¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: no apparent problems or restoration, very slight wear to decoration

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    Lot 24

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    £300 - £400

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  • Lot 25

    Lot 25

    A NANTGARW PORCELAIN PLATE London decorated, to the border four wicker baskets overflowing with colourful flowers and to the centre a spray of flowers, all surrounded by scrolling gilt-work within a solid gilt border, impressed mark NANT GARW CW to base, 21.5cms diam¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: wear to gilding commensurate with age, possibly repainted in areas, no apparent problems otherwise

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    Lot 25

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    £200 - £400

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  • Lot 26

    Lot 26

    A NANTGARW PLATE of shaped circular form, having solid gilt rim around gilt, cobalt-blue and rust flower sprays, locally decorated, probably by Thomas Pardoe, impressed NANT GARW CW to base, 24cms diam¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: wear to gilding especially at rim

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    Lot 26

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    £200 - £300

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  • Lot 27

    Lot 27

    A NANTGARW PORCELAIN BREAKFAST CUP & SAUCER being the type with inverted heart-shaped handle curving over rim, handle in gold, interior of saucer circled with colourful flowers conjoined by a foliate gilt trail surrounding a centred spray, all within a gilt dentil rim; the cup to match with circling decoration the the exterior and centred spray to the interior, saucer 14cms diam, cup 7.5cms high¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: no apparent problems, enameling is fresh, small section of wear to gilding at rim of saucer, stunning example

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    Lot 27

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    £300 - £400

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  • Lot 28

    Lot 28

    A NANTGARW PORCELAIN TRIO comprising breakfast cup, coffee can and saucer, decorated in the early-Sevres style with borders of turquoise ground forming deep wave scrolls, edged with gilt flowering branches and trailing colourful floral sprays, the breakfast cup with interior spray and saucer with large centred spray, saucer 14cms diam¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: exceptionally fresh, ever so slight wear to rim of saucer, fine example

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    Lot 28

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    £400 - £600

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  • Lot 29

    Lot 29

    A NANTGARW PORCELAIN BREAKFAST CUP & SAUCER having flared shallow body and inverted heart shaped handle curving over the rim, decorated in copious rich gilding around groups of graduated open pink roses in lines and with centred single rose to interior of both, cup 14cms diam x 7.5cms high¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: very fresh, some wear to gilding but it is slight considering the nature of the decoration, very fine example

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    Lot 29

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    £300 - £400

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  • Lot 30

    Lot 30

    A NANTGARW PORCELAIN CUP & SAUCER FROM THE MACKINTOSH SERVICE decorated richly in gilding with shells, scrolls and flowers around three panels of colourful flower sprays and with a bird in habitat to the interior of each, saucer 14cms diam¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Auctioneer`s Note: the Mackintosh service was commissioned by the Priest Richards family of `Pl¦s Newydd` near Cowbridge. In 1880, the service was presented to Ella Priest Richards on the occasion of her marriage to The Mackintosh of Mackintosh of Moy Hall, Inverness. The service and similar contemporary sets were almost certainly retailed by Mortlock`s and decorated in the London by Robbins & Randall, Barnsbury Street, Islington ¦Condition Report: no problems other than slight wear to gilding, dulling of enamels, possible re gilding of handle, good example.

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    Lot 30

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    £300 - £400

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  • Lot 31

    Lot 31

    A NANTGARW PORCELAIN HENSOL CASTLE CUP & SAUCER painted with scattered blue enamel berries and gilded foliage within a solid gilt rim, saucer 13.5cms diam¦Auctioneer`s Note: supplied to the Crawshay Family of Hensol Castle near Llantrisant¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: scrape to rim of saucer and wear to gilding commensurate with age

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    Lot 31

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    £100 - £150

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  • Lot 32

    Lot 32

    A NANTGARW PORCELAIN CUP & SAUCER decorated with scattered cornflower motifs within a solid gilt rim, saucer 13.5cms diam¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: wear to gilding especially rim, enameling fresh

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    Lot 32

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    £100 - £200

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  • Lot 33

    Lot 33

    A NANTGARW PORCELAIN TUREEN FROM THE MARQUIS OF ANGLESEY SERVICE circular based with upturned spindle handles with floral embossed discs, the cover of conical form surmounted with beadwork around a pineapple finial, complete with circular stand, painted in London with garlands of brightly coloured garden flowers reserved on wide solid gilt bands, and with gilded scroll and foliage design to borders, handles and finial picked out in gold, tureen impressed NANT GARW CW (inside of foot), tureen 13.5cms high, stand 19cms diam¦Provenance: private collection, south east England, bears Sir Leslie Joseph Collection label No.497, Lot 321 at Sotheby`s `The Sir Leslie Joseph Collection` auction, 15th May 1992 (but incorrectly described as Marquis of Exeter), sold for a price of ¦1980¦Auctioneer`s Note: stand impressed Swansea, as the Marquis of Anglesey service was notable for being a combination of porcelains from both Swansea and Nantgarw, this was due to the available supply of Nantgarw porcelain being insufficient for the commission¦Condition Report: stand has no apparent problems other than gilding wear in the interior due to the seating of the base, cover has wear to finial and does not sit perfectly on body, the tureen has old repairs to handles but with no other areas of damage or repair apparent. Enameling and gilding are fresh on each element, wear to gilding in expected areas

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    Lot 33

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    £1500 - £2000

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  • Lot 34

    Lot 34

    A RARE NANTGARW LOOP-HANDLE SMALL TAPERSTICK with tapered cylindrical nozzle, feathered handle picked out in gold and the body painted with open pink roses and leaves all round, 4.4cms high¦Provenance: private collection south east England, see similar model in W D John 1975 (Ill.55) and similar model sold by our auction rooms on March 24th 2018 (¦4300)¦Condition Report: nick and flake to rim of nozzle

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    Lot 34

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    £600 - £1000

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  • Lot 35

    Lot 35

    A RARE NANTGARW PORCELAIN TAPERSTICK circular based with dolphin handle and with stepped nozzle, the rim, handle and nozzle picked out in gold, the base with blue reserve, gilded foliate decoration and two ovals containing roses, 4.6cms high x 4.4cms diam at base¦Provenance: private collection south east England, Illustration No. 55 W D John (1975)¦Condition Report: tiny nicks to rim of nozzle, enamel fresh, wear to gilding

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    Lot 35

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    £600 - £1000

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  • Lot 36

    Lot 36

    A RARE PAIR OF NANTGARW PORCELAIN CANDLESTICKS having ring handles, campana shaped nozzles to circular dish bases, solid gilt rims and borders, the bases supremely painted with brightly coloured sprays of flowers, 7.6cms diam¦Provenance: private collection south east England, ill. 59 W D John (1975)¦Condition Report: delicate repair to one handle, chips to foot of other, gilding not worn, enameling very fresh and in stunning original condition

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    Lot 36

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    £1000 - £2000

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  • Lot 37

    Lot 37

    SWANSEA PORCELAIN PLATE having moulded floral borders, gilt rims and centred painted and gilded crests for the arms of Manners-Sutton, stencilled SWANSEA to base, 20.5cms diam¦Auctioneer`s Note: Charles Manners-Sutton, 1st Viscount Canterbury, GCB, PC (9 January 1780 - 21 July 1845), British Tory politician, served as Speaker of the House of Commons from 1817 to 1835¦Provenance: private collection, London, formerly Elis Jenkins collection Neath (label)¦Condition Report: no apparent problems

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    Lot 37

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    £200 - £250

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  • Lot 38

    Lot 38

    SWANSEA PORCELAIN PLATE having moulded floral borders, gilt rims and centred painted and gilded crests for the arms of Manners-Sutton, stencilled SWANSEA to base, 20.5cms diam¦Auctioneer`s Note: Charles Manners-Sutton, 1st Viscount Canterbury, GCB, PC (9 January 1780 - 21 July 1845), British Tory politician, served as Speaker of the House of Commons from 1817 to 1835¦Provenance: private collection, London, formerly Elis Jenkins collection Neath (label)¦Condition Report: no problems, localised crazing

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    Lot 38

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    £200 - £250

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  • Lot 39

    Lot 39

    A RARE SWANSEA PORCELAIN CABARET SERVICE in the Empire style based on a S¦vres design, comprising shaped square tray, teapot, sucrier, milk-jug and cup and saucer, locally painted with green enamel urns and cornucopiae filled with colourful flowers, flanked by scrolls and leafy branches and within gilded borders, featuring crisply modelled handles and entwined dolphin knops to covers, tray 30.5cms wide, impressed SWANSEA to base¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: teapot with fine cracks below spout and emanating from the interior perforations, sucrier body restored, cup and saucer crazed, cream jug delicately restored around spout

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    Lot 39

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    £2000 - £3000

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  • Lot 40

    Lot 40

    AN IMPRESSIVE SWANSEA GILDED & FLORAL PORCELAIN TAZZA circular based with flared body and twin rectangular handles picked out in gold, the interior decorated with large spray of flowers within a border of gilded foliage and scrolls together with a series of four enamelled posies, the exterior with two bands of gilded scrolls with flower heads and a single continuous gilded foliate band, 30cms handle to handle, 15cms high¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: faint hairline crack beneath one handle, approx 5cms long, structurally sound, decoration very fresh, slight wear to gilding

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    Lot 40

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    £1500 - £2500

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  • Lot 41

    Lot 41

    A SWANSEA PORCELAIN PLATE FROM THE BURDETT-COUTTS SERVICE painted by James Turner at the Sims workshop, London, centred with a wicker basket of flowers and scattered flowers in the foreground, within a border gilded with scrolls and stipple-effect, two brightly enamelled insects in flight inside the gilded dentil rim, impressed SWANSEA to base, 22cms diam¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: without apparent fault or restoration, wear to gilding, enamels slightly dulled

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    Lot 41

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    £300 - £400

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  • Lot 42

    Lot 42

    A SWANSEA PORCELAIN CHINOISERIE MANDARIN PLATE of circular form, colourfully decorated in a village scene with five figures including a seated Mandarin and with European style houses in background, the border with gilt scrolled reserves of iron-red landscapes alternating with panels of colourful perched birds, stencilled SWANSEA mark to base, Pattern No. 164, 21cms diam¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales, Elis Jenkins collection label to base¦Condition Report: no apparent problems, gilding and enamel very fresh, very good example

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    Lot 42

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    £250 - £350

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  • Lot 43

    Lot 43

    SWANSEA PORCELAIN JAPAN ITEMS in Pattern No.223, comprising twig-handled centre-dish of rectangular form, 28.5cms long, together with a cup and saucer trio, each with border of gilt foliage and pink flowers on underglazed cobalt-blue ground and surrounded by stylised honeysuckles in a white reserve, the interior with a blue ring containing a large centre pink flower with surrounding foliage¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: no apparent problems, gilding and decoration appears very fresh

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  • Lot 44

    Lot 44

    A SWANSEA PORCELAIN PLATE DECORATED BY WILLIAM POLLARD of circular form, painted with a centred spray of anemones, the border with a smaller sprigs and wild-strawberries, within a scrolling gilt border with green flower heads, impressed SWANSEA to base, 22cms diam¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: no apparent problems, enamels and gilding very fresh, fine example

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  • Lot 45

    Lot 45

    A SWANSEA PORCELAIN PLATE DECORATED BY HENRY MORRIS of non-moulded circular form, floral painted with a large spray and smaller posies within a gilt scroll border, impressed SWANSEA (trident mark) to base, 23.5cms diam¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: no apparent problems other than wear and slight dulling of enamels, very good example

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  • Lot 46

    Lot 46

    A SWANSEA PORCELAIN PLATE WITH `PARAKEETS IN A TREE` PATTERN with both birds chained to a gnarled branch sprouting colourful flowers, gilt foliate borders and gilt dentil rim, Swansea script to base in iron red, 21cms diam¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: some wear to decoration and gilding, nicks and scrapes to foot

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  • Lot 47

    Lot 47

    A SWANSEA PORCELAIN IMARI CENTRE DISH circa 1815-17 on a shaped rectangular base and with twig-handles, Japan style floral decorated in the Imari palette with underglaze blue, rust and gilding, red Swansea script to base with pattern number 264, 29cms wide¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: no apparent problems other than wear to rim and light surface scratches

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  • Lot 48

    Lot 48

    A SWANSEA PORCELAIN FLORAL DECORATED PLATE with off-centre spray of flowers and outer sprigs within a solid gilt rim, 20cms diam¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: no apparent problems other than slight wear, glaze on back of plate has dripped during production

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  • Lot 49

    Lot 49

    A SWANSEA PORCELAIN PARIS FLUTE BREAD PLATE & BREAKFAST CUP & SAUCER the plate of circular form, 24cms diam, cup with high curved-back loop handle, each with gilded motif and solid gilt bands, saucer with stencilled SWANSEA mark to base¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales, Leslie Joseph and Harry Sherman collection labels to plate¦Condition Report: wear to gilding, especially saucer, saucer lightly crazed at centre

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  • Lot 50

    Lot 50

    A SWANSEA PORCELAIN PLATE WITH LIME GREEN RESERVE BORDER painted with sprays of flowers and scattered sprigs within a solid gilt rim, the centre with gold motif within a gold scroll and solid border, 21cms diam¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: no apparent problems, wear to gilding and slight enamel loss, light surface scratches

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  • Lot 51

    Lot 51

    A SWANSEA PORCELAIN PART TEA SERVICE, glassy porcelain, comprising circular dish, 21cms diam, teacup and saucer, each with stylised urns, flora and foliage in green enamel and gilding, the interior with scattered sprigs, all within a solid gilt rim, Swansea script marks¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: no apparent problems other than slight wear

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  • Lot 52

    Lot 52

    A SWANSEA PORCELAIN PART TEA SERVICE comprising breakfast cup and saucer with circular plate, 21cms diam, painted with Pattern No. 297 of poppy-seed heads and gilded leaves on a beige ground, Swansea script mark to each base¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: undamaged, wear to gilding, light surface scratches

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  • Lot 53

    Lot 53

    A SWANSEA PORCELAIN MUFFIN DISH & COVER of circular form with flared rim in the Kingfisher pattern, printed in outline and painted in a palette of bright blue, pink and brown with the birds perched in branches, the cover with acanthus leaf moulding and pineapple finial, Swansea script mark to base, base 22cms diam ¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: no apparent problems other than wear and tiny nick to foot of dish

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  • Lot 54

    Lot 54

    A SWANSEA PORCELAIN PART TEA SERVICE WITH BASKET WEAVE MOULDING comprising breakfast cup with inner spur to the handle, 10cms diam, saucer and rounded rectangular teapot stand, all with isolated gilt floral sprays, Swansea script marks ¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: no apparent problems, slight wear to gilding, mainly at rim

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  • Lot 55

    Lot 55

    A SWANSEA PORCELAIN TRIO painted with circling anemone to a gold band reserve, the interior with open pink roses, stencilled SWANSEA mark to base¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: undamaged but with extensive wear to decoration of saucer and interior of breakfast cup

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  • Lot 56

    Lot 56

    A SWANSEA PORCELAIN TRIO attributed to William Billingsley, painted with pink rose sprigs resting on dark green and gold classical urns, with scattered rose sprigs and morning glory, within solid gilt borders, stencilled SWANSEA to base of each, saucer 14.3cms diam ¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Auctioneer`s Note: pattern more usual on Nantgarw porcelain and is known as the `Prince Regent` service¦Condition Report: no apparent problems, enamels very fresh, slight wear to gilding such as in detail of urns, lovely example

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  • Lot 57

    Lot 57

    A SWANSEA PORCELAIN CHINOISERIE MANDARIN CUP & SAUCER the cup with ring and scroll handle, colourfully decorated in a village scene with five figures including a seated Mandarin and with European style houses in background, the border with gilt scrolled reserves of iron-red landscapes alternating with panels of colourful perched birds, Pattern No. 164¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: no apparent problems, gilding and enamels very fresh, lovely example¦

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  • Lot 58

    Lot 58

    A SWANSEA PORCELAIN CUP & SAUCER the cup with ear-shaped loop handle, locally decorated with flowers in sprigs and posies, within an elaborate gilding border with trailing green flowers¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: no apparent problems, other than light surface scratches and slight wear to gilding especially on handle

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  • Lot 59

    Lot 59

    A SWANSEA PORCELAIN JAPAN PATTERN TRIO the two cups with curvaceous ogee handles, decorated with a wide border of alternating iron red and gilt peonies on a white ground with intricate foliage, worn stencilled SWANSEA mark to base of cup¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: no apparent problems, adhesive label has been attached and removed from one of the outside of the cups and has removed gilding, otherwise light surface scratches but gilding elsewhere in very good order, lovely example

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  • Lot 60

    Lot 60

    A SWANSEA PORCELAIN TRIO the cups with curvaceous ogee handles and decorated with Pattern No. 251 with circle of shaded green leaves and gilt pendant foliage and berries, centred gilt motifs, stencilled SWANSEA marks¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: no apparent problems, wear to gilding particularly to motifs

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  • Lot 61

    Lot 61

    A SWANSEA PORCELAIN JAPAN CUP & SAUCER Pattern No.219 the cup with curvaceous ogee handle, decorated with apricot ground reserves of flowers within dark blue underglaze, featuring iron red stylised chrysanthemum heads and gilt foliage, centred with a stylised garden scene with prominent cactus-like flower, stencilled SWANSEA to base¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: no apparent problems, slight wear to gilding at rim but a very good fresh example¦

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  • Lot 62

    Lot 62

    A SWANSEA CUP & SAUCER the cup with curvaceous ogee handle, decorated in the Kingfisher pattern, printed in outline and painted in a palette of bright blue, pink and brown with the birds perched in branches, stencilled SWANSEA to base¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: very tiny nicks to foot only, very slight wear to gilding, enamel fresh, very good example

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  • Lot 63

    Lot 63

    A SWANSEA PORCELAIN COFFEE CUP & SAUCER London shape cup with thick curvaceous ogee handle, decoration attributed to William Pollard having a flower posy and sprigs to interior of cup and flowers studies with strawberries to saucer, borders in elaborate gilt scroll decoration with series of floral pendants¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: no apparent problems other than fine faint crazing to body of cup, slight gilding loss, enamels fresh especially with saucer, lovely example

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  • Lot 64

    Lot 64

    A SWANSEA PORCELAIN CUP & SAUCER WITH VIVIAN FAMILY PROVENANCE the cup with scroll and loop handle, painted with colourful scattered flowers within finely lined gilt border, old label to base `Swansea cup + saucer - given to HVH by DCV + IAV` ¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales, see label detailed above, HVH believed to be Henry Hussey Vivian (1821 - 94), Welsh industrialist and later Lord Swansea¦Condition Report: no apparent problems other than wear to gilding, notably on saucer

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  • Lot 65

    Lot 65

    A RARE SWANSEA PORCELAIN IN GLASSY PASTE BY WILLIAM BILLINGSLEY cup with scroll and loop handle and spur terminal, both elements decorated by William Billingsley with a vignette of standing countryman in landscape within solid gilt-line border¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: no apparent problems, wear to decoration particularly the saucer, gilding loss to handle but elsewhere is slight

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  • Lot 66

    Lot 66

    PROBABLY ENGLISH PORCELAIN COFFEE CUP & SAUCER circa 1810, bat printed with shells on seaweed in puce-brown, gilt rims, stencilled SWANSEA to base in large font¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales, similar sold as Lot 663 in The Sir Leslie Joseph Collection auction 1992 (Sotheby`s), catalogued as English, label attached purporting to be `rare Swansea experimental soaprock`¦Condition Report: no problems other than slight wear

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  • Lot 67

    Lot 67

    A GROUP OF THREE WELSH PORCELAINS comprising Nantgarw rounded plate, decorated with sprays of flowers, impressed mark (extensively restored), attributed to Swansea transfer printed porcelain sucrier and cover having unusual moulded handles and nipple finial (unmarked), Swansea porcelain teapot stand (extensively restored) (3)¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: see above, sucrier undamaged

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  • Lot 68

    Lot 68

    A SWANSEA PORCELAIN SUCRIER & COVER circular and of fluted form with elevated loop handles and finial, stencilled SWANSEA to base and cover; together with a SWANSEA porcelain saucer, decorated with flowers and leaves including daffodils, stencilled SWANSEA to base, 10cms diam (2)¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: nick to rim of cover, possible repair to saucer, wear

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  • Lot 69

    Lot 69

    A GROUP OF SWANSEA PORCELAIN TEAWARES comprising gilt decorated trio, fluted gilded cup and rose and gilt decorated cream jug¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: extensive wear to gilding of jug, wear to trio, cup restored (3)

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  • Lot 70

    Lot 70

    THREE SWANSEA PORCELAIN ITEMS PRINTED WITH ELEPHANT ROCK PATTERN comprising lobed square dish, 23.5cms, two circular plates, 20.5cms diam¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: two 3cm hairlines to edge of one plate, other plate with hairline from edge to foot, stable, wear to gilding, especially at rim

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  • Lot 75

    Lot 75

    A RARE EWENNY POTTERY FLOWER POT & SAUCER-STAND mustard glaze with sgraffito trailing branch of leaves and flowers, inscribed `Draws yw drywedryd mynyd na myned drosto` (transcendence is the downward trajectory of the cross), 18cms diam at top¦Provenance: private collection Vale of Glamorgan¦Condition Report: chips to rim

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  • Lot 76

    Lot 76

    A VERY RARE & HISTORIC YNYSMEUDWY POTTERY BAPTISM BASIN circa 1850, relief moulded with entwined cherubs to the base over scroll foot, the body with four double-loop acanthus handles with cherub head terminals, the interior with opposing relief Biblical depiction of Naomi and Daughters-in-Law, interspersed with opposing plaques, both inscribed `BAPTISING BASIN FOR PANTTEG CHAPEL PRESENTED BY MARY GRIFFITHS`, all round Lazuli pattern, 27.5cms diam x 17.5cms high¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales, similar at Neath Museum, this example illustrated in Page 102 of `Ynysmeudwy & the Williamses` by Mike Trew (2016)¦Auctioneer`s Note: Pantteg Chapel, Ystalyfera, 3 miles from Ynysmeudwy, it is believed that in many cases local industrialists commissioned such bowls and that Mary Griffiths would have been a benefactor to the chapel (see page. 294 `Welsh Ceramics in Context II` Royal Institute of South Wales, 2005), in `The History of Pontardawe` by John Henry Davies (1967) there is a reference to Mary Griffiths being a school teacher and having connections with Pantteg Chapel¦Condition Report: in superb condition without damage or restoration

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  • Lot 77

    Lot 77

    A LARGE SWANSEA PEARLWARE TUREEN & COVER IN THE ELEPHANT ROCK PATTERN of shallow form, blue and white transfer, angular loop handle, lobed base, impressed mark SWANSEA, 42cms long¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: very good example without problems

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  • Lot 78

    Lot 78

    A RARE SWANSEA CAMBRIAN POTTERY CALENDAR TILE of rectangular form, transfer printed for the year 1824 within a chocolate rim, two drill holes flanking date, 12.5 x 18cms¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales, similar at Swansea Museum¦Condition Report: no apparent problems other than wear to enamel on rim

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  • Lot 79

    Lot 79

    A RARE SWANSEA DILLWYN & CO POTTERY JUG TO COMMEMORATE WELLINGTON with scroll handle, transfer printed with a named portrait of The Duke, and portraits of Britannia and Victory, together with references to victorious battles of the Napoleonic Wars within ribbon tied flags around the collar, transfer marked SWANSEA DILLWYN & CO to base, circa 1815, 16.5cms high¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: slight chip to foot, slight crazing, structurally sound, decoration not worn

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  • Lot 80

    Lot 80

    A SWANSEA CAMBRIAN POTTERY TRANSFER JUG IN THE SWISS VILLA PATTERN with dedication to CATHARINE PEARCE St. AGNESS 1933, of large bulbous form with ear-shaped handle, the black and grey transfer featuring figures at a lakeside Alpine villa and with flower borders and handle, 19.25cms high¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Auctioneer`s Note: Catharine Pearce was born 1812, near St Agnes and the jug would have been commissioned to mark her 21st birthday¦Condition Report: no apparent problems other than extremely faint star-hairline to base, transfer not worn, super example of a `named` Swansea jug

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  • Lot 81

    Lot 81

    A POTTERY TRANSFER JUG COMMEMORATING THE CRIMEAN WAR attributed to Ynysmeudwy, of lobed form, having a spurred and moulded loop handle, with black and grey transfer depiction of General Sir George Brown at the battle of Alma, his one foot standing on a horse and with sword raised rallying his battalion below, to the opposite side a titled view of SEBASTOPOL harbour with ships of the Allied forces in the foreground and the Russian fleet in the background with distant fortresses, flower border, 20.5cms high¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: no problems other than slight scrape to spout, transfer not worn

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  • Lot 82

    Lot 82

    POSSIBLY CAMBRIAN POTTERY RURAL LOVERS TRANSFER MUG of cylindrical form with ear-shaped handle, blue transfer depiction of woodchopper and milk maid with dog and cows in a landscape after the Thomas Gainsborough engraving `The Rural Lovers`, under a wide tessellated and garland border, 15.3cms high x 10.5cms diam¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales, Ill. 4.27 `Welsh Ceramics in Context` (Royal Institute of South Wales, 2003), version at the County of Swansea Reserve Collection¦Condition Report: crazing at base only, transfer in fresh condition

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  • Lot 83

    Lot 83

    YNYSMEUDWY POTTERY CRIMEAN WAR COMMEMORATIVE JUG of bellied form, having characteristic wide moulded rim, moulded twig-handle, colourfully transfer printed with a repeat design to each side with the flags of Great Britain and France crossed in unity and `GOD SAVE THE QUEEN - MAY THEY EVER BE UNITED VIVE L`EMPEREUR`, floral border, circa 1856, 17.5cms high¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: no problems, tight crazing only, transfer fresh

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  • Lot 84

    Lot 84

    AN YNYSMEUDWY WATER JUG IN A FLORAL TRANSFER PATTERN of bellied form over a spreading foot, with moulded twig-handle terminating at the base with raised leaves to the body, typical wide moulded rim to the shapely neck, multi-coloured unrecorded flora transfer repeated on both sides, floral and ivy borders, 31.5cms high¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: restored chip on foot, tight crazing, stable star-crack to underbelly

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  • Lot 85

    Lot 85

    RARE 18TH CENTURY SWANSEA CAMBRIAN PEARLWARE JUG of bellied form with ear-shaped loop handle, blue glaze with two continuous chequer bands, gilt decorated with opposing laurels containing a stag and tied ribbons and with gilt 1787 under spout, 22cms high¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: extensively restored notably at spout and handle, flake to underside of foot

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  • Lot 86

    Lot 86

    A SWANSEA POTTERY SILVER-LUSTRE COMMEMORATIVE JUG of bellied form with scroll handle, dedicated to Carmarthen politician John Jones (1777-1842) of Ystrad, with titled portrait depiction of the reformer known as `Jones yr Halen` (Jones the Salt), inscribed to verso `May the independence of CARMARTHEN never want a Supporter. Nor the wings of LIBERTY ever loose a Feather`, 16.5cms high ¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: wear to silver lustre especially at handle, no apparent damage or restoration

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  • Lot 87

    Lot 87

    A RARE PAIR OF SWANSEA CAMBRIAN POTTERY PUTTI in the form of swag wearing flower pickers and their baskets and with single flower in other hand to outstretched arm, standing on square bases, aside floral bocage, enamel decorated over the glaze, circa 1790, one with painted mark `53`, 11.5cms high ¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: restoration to one at base and basket, the second appears to be unrestored, examination by prospective purchasers recommended

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  • Lot 88

    Lot 88

    AN EARLY SWANSEA EARTHENWARE UNITY MILK JUG having a tapered body, wide elongated spout and ear-shaped handle, printed in the transfer pattern known as `Cambrian Palm Chinoiserie`, below the spout is an oval containing a pilchard device and the words UNITY, 12.5cms high¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales, example of a matching tea-bowl and saucer at City and County of Swansea collection¦Auctioneer`s Note: the pilchard and `Unity` relate to a pilchard cellar called Unity in Newquay, Cornwall, the jug would have been part of a set commissioned by the company¦Condition Report: very small nick to rim, faint crazing, transfer fresh, excellent condition for what is a rare and historic Swansea jug relating to the Cornish fishing industry and early commissioned Welsh pottery

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  • Lot 89

    Lot 89

    A RARE SWANSEA CAMBRIAN EARTHENWARE POLITICAL SATIRE JUG of bulbous form with loop handle, in canary-yellow ground with red enamel transfer and inscriptions ridiculing Napoleon, around the collar `Bonaparte dethron`d April 1st 1814`, the body with various characters with bubble speech including Napoleon Bonaparte exclaiming `O cursed ambition what hast thou brought me to now`, the Devil appearing from a fire beckoning Napoleon, `Hithy to me, come come along thou hast been a most dutiful child` and two figures talking with one asking `Where is he going to?` the other replying with deliberate illegible script, circa 1815, 13.5cms high¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales, illustrated page 106 Morton Nance `The Pottery & Porcelain of Swansea & Nantgarw` (1942), polychrome version British Museum, please see `Swansea Commemorative Pottery` by Helen Hallesey for a thorough explanation of the social history behind the decoration¦Condition Report: restored at spout, light tight crazing, small nick to inside of rim¦

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  • Lot 90

    Lot 90

    A GLAMORGAN EARTHENWARE PUZZLE JUG IN THE `PULTENEY BRIDGE` TRANSFER PATTERN of bellied form with loop handle, pierced collar neck and three nozzles, the blue transfer depicting the famous bridge at Bath, England with deer and figures relaxing and punting on the river, floral band to rim, circa 1813, 19.5cms high¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: restored

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  • Lot 91

    Lot 91

    A GLAMORGAN EARTHENWARE PUZZLE JUG IN THE CHRYSANTHEMUM TRANSFER PATTERN of bellied form with loop handle and lattice incised collar with three nozzles, printed in blue with opposing sprays, circa 1813, 18.5cms high¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: restoration to a nozzle and surrounding area, no other apparent problems

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  • Lot 92

    Lot 92

    A GLAMORGAN EARTHENWARE PUZZLE JUG IN THE CHRYSANTHEMUM TRANSFER PATTERN of bellied form with loop handle and lattice incised collar with three nozzles, printed in blue with opposing sprays, circa 1813, 17.8cms high¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: extensive restoration to handle, neck and body

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  • Lot 93

    Lot 93

    1832 GLAMORGAN POTTERY POLITICAL REFORM JUG of bellied form with spreading foot and ear-shaped loop handle, inscribed ROYAL ASSENT TO THE REFORM BILL 7 JUNE 1832 with opposing portrait medallions with titles, for Lord Althorp, Earl Grey, Lord John Russell and Lord Brougham, beneath spout the crown, lion and pillars representing the Westminster houses, 16cms high¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: restoration to body

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  • Lot 94

    Lot 94

    A SWANSEA CAMBRIAN POTTERY JUG WITH MARINE LIFE TRANSFER of ovoid form with scroll handle, printed in red with scenes of seaweed and shells under a similarly printed collar, design after an engraving by Thomas Baxter or James Brindley, circa 1810, 17cms high¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales, similar sold at Sotheby`s Leslie Joseph Collection auction, 1992 (Lot 923), see also Morton Nance `The Pottery & Porcelain of Swansea & Nantgarw`¦Condition Report: hairline from small chip at foot, nibbles to foot

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  • Lot 95

    Lot 95

    A GEORGE III SWANSEA POTTERY PEARLWARE DOCUMENTARY PLATE silver shaped with blue edge feathered rim, interior dedicated to `Wm, Lukey 1788` between floral sprays, 23.5cms diam¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales, Dreweatt Neate, Donnington Prior Auction, February 23rd 2005¦Auctioneer`s Note: an abundance of early Swansea pottery was commissioned or sold to Cornish families and there are several records of the unusual surname Lukey in the Breage Parish of South West Cornwall¦Condition Report: extremely minor scrapes to rim, tightly crazed producing minor hairline on back (not visible from front)¦

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  • Lot 96

    Lot 96

    A SWANSEA DILLWYN & CO POTTERY BIRD ON PEDESTAL PLATE the scene of exotic bird in a garden surrounded by simple stylised flowers decorated in various enamels within a red line border and chocolate rim, impressed mark, circa 1830, 23cms diam¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales, illustrated in Morton Nance `The Pottery & Porcelain of Swansea & Nantgarw` (Pl. LXXI A)¦Auctioneer`s Note: purported to have been painted by Mrs Eliza Lewis of Mathew Street, Swansea, one of the last female painters at the Dillwyn factory ¦Condition Report: no apparent damage, slight wear and surface scratches only

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  • Lot 97

    Lot 97

    A SWANSEA DILLWYN POTTERY COMMEMORATIVE PLATE FOR JAMES TEAR, PRESTON and inscribed `The indefatigable advocate of total abstinence from all intoxicating liquors` beneath a half-portrait of the gentleman within a stylized vine and berry border, impressed mark, 21cms diam ¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales, similar sold at our auction rooms in March 2019¦Auctioneer`s Note: James Tear (1804-1868) Weslyan boot-maker and later missionary, who in 1832 helped form the Preston General Temperance Society¦Condition Report: no apparent problems, centre transfer and enamel border fresh, slight wear, tight crazing and surface scratches only

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  • Lot 98

    Lot 98

    A SWANSEA DILLWYN POTTERY PLATE FOR THOMAS THOMAS in a light blue transfer pattern known as `Shells and Flowers` with five detached arrangements within intricate patterned border, inscribed in chocolate-brown THOMAS THOMAS, impressed mark, 26cms diam¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales, pattern illustrated in Morton Nance `The Pottery and Porcelain of Swansea & Nantgarw` (Pl. XVIX A), old label to base suggesting that Thomas Thomas may have been a pupil of William Billingsley¦Condition Report: no apparent problems, old surface marks, lettering clear, transfer not worn

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  • Lot 99

    Lot 99

    FOUR PARTS OF SWANSEA DILLWYN & CO DESSERT SERVICE comprising shaped rectangular dish, 25cms x 22cms and three circular plates, 20cms diam, painted in Japanese Imari style decoration in iron enamel, gold and underglaze blue, after a design by Thomas Pardoe, impressed DILLWYN & CO in straight line (1811 - 1817)¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Auctioneer`s Note: service believed to have been originally used by F W Gibbins of Llanwrtyd Wells, painted Dillwyn earthenware from this period is rare, design after Pardoe was used on Swansea porcelain¦Condition Report: no apparent problems other than slight wear and extreme wear to one plate, another plate has prominent surface scratches to centre, nicks to foot of dish, excellent overall

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  • Lot 100

    Lot 100

    A RARE SWANSEA CAMBRIAN PEARLWARE VISUAL ILLUSION MUG of cylindrical form with ear-shaped handle, transfer printed in black with silhouettes of George III, Caroline, Louis XVI and Marie-Antoinette, formed deceptively from the outlines of an urn supporting the crown, and from the outlines of a pair of entwined serpents, inscribed `A New Puzzle of Portraits Striking Likenefses of the King & Queen of England and the late King & Queen of France`, engraving attributed to Thomas Rothwell, circa 1795, 9.25cms ¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales, illustration 3.9 `Welsh Ceramics in Context II` (Royal Institute of South Wales 2005), please also see `Swansea Commemorative Pottery` by Helen Hallesey for a thorough explanation of the social history behind this image¦Auctioneer`s Note: The Mysterious Urn was copied from a print drawn for the Loyalists of the guillotined Louis XVI and Queen Antoinette (1783). The disguised portraits intending to deceive revolutionaries that they were supporters of the ancien regime. ¦Condition Report: body restored

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  • Lot 101

    Lot 101

    A FIVE-PIECE GLAMORGAN POTTERY TOILET WARES SET comprising jug, 25cms high, basin, 34cms diam, small jug, toothbrush jar and cover, soap dish, each in a rarely seen transfer of tessellated floral design in greens and red, feather moulded borders¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: soap-dish chipped and without cover, hairlines in toothbrush container (stable), basin cracked (stable)

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  • Lot 102

    Lot 102

    A GLAMORGAN POTTERY COW CREAMER with tail as loop handle, standing on a naturalistic oval base, transfer decorated with arrangements of shells and flowers to both sides of body, base and head, circa 1830, 18cms long¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: restored tail and horns

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  • Lot 103

    Lot 103

    A GLAMORGAN POTTERY COW CREAMER with tail as loop handle, standing on a naturalistic oval base, transfer decorated to both sides and base with rural fishing scene, marked `Opaque China` over `BB&I`, circa 1830, 17cms long¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: restored tail, horns and cover

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  • Lot 104

    Lot 104

    A SWANSEA CAMBRIAN POTTERY COW CREAMER with tail as loop handle, standing on a moulded oval base, base painted as grass, cow decorated simply in red and blue circa 1830, 18cms long¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: tail, cover and horns restored

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  • Lot 105

    Lot 105

    AN YNYSMEUDWY POTTERY `FOUNTAIN` TOILET JUG & BASIN the jug of baluster form with spreading foot, having a moulded twig handle terminating with raised leaves at the body, typical shapely wide moulded rim to match flared bowl, transfer decorated in grey and black with a grand garden featuring fountain and sculpture, with flowers and foliage in over-glazed colour enamels, impressed mark to base YMP, both bases with `Fountain` mark in miniature scene, jug 33cms high, basin 37cms diam¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: crazing and very small nicks, transfer and enamels fresh, slight wear only

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  • Lot 106

    Lot 106

    FOUR SWANSEA DILLWYN CHILD`S PLATES each having moulded tulip and rose borders, with transfer interiors comprising (1) titled portrait of `Rev. John Fletcher`, (2) `The Ages of Man Second Childishness` (rare), (3) `Church of St Austell Cornwall` and (4) a `Rural Scenes` with title printed on base, three with impressed Dillwyn mark, one with Evans & Glasson triangular mark (1850-1862), 15.5cms diam¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: no notable damage except on (2) with thumbnail chip under rim

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  • Lot 107

    Lot 107

    PAIR OF SWANSEA HAYNES, DILLWYN & CO EARTHENWARE PLATES of notched circular form, painted with a festooned border around a centred sprays of flowers, within a solid blue rim, impressed lozenge mark to bases, 25cms diam¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales, page 87 `The Pottery & Porcelain of Swansea & Nantgarw` (Morton Nance), similar plate but with cottage to the interior sold Sotheby`s Leslie Joseph auction, 1992¦Condition Report: localised tight crazing to both, restored chip and hairline to one, very fine examples¦

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    Lot 107

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  • Lot 108

    Lot 108

    ASSORTED SWANSEA CAMBRIAN BLUE & WHITE TRANSFER POTTERY including a large Swansea Cambrian pottery `Monopteros` platter and `Bridge of Lucano` food-warmer, the platter of notched oval form, blue and white transfer of travellers in a landscape and colonnade beyond, the scene surrounded by exotic fruit-plants and trees, impressed 18, 48.5cms high; the food warmer / chafing dish of circular form with cavity base, spout and twin-handles, transfer with rural landscape featuring drover on bridge, 30cms diam, together with pair of Monopteros plates, a Bridge of Lucano plate, 26cms diam, pair of `Cows Crossing a Stream` plates, three `Castled Gatehouse` plates, and two Chinoiserie plates, all plates 25cms diam (12 items)¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Auctioneer`s Note: the Monopteros transfer is after a 1705 drawing by Thomas Daniell RA (1749 - 184) titled `Remains of an Ancient Building near Firoz Shah`s Cotilla, Delhi` from the book `Oriental Scenery; Twenty Four Views In Hindoostan`. The pattern was also used by Staffordshire potters including Rogers¦Condition Report: platter has a very good dark transfer impression, no apparent problems, this is a very good example of the Monopteros pattern on the larger size platter. The chafing dish has prominent rim chip, other small chips, localised crazing and browning, no notable damage to plates other than small discrete chips and browning / crazing

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    Lot 108

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  • Lot 109

    Lot 109

    A FOUR-PIECE YNYSMEUDWY POTTERY `IVY` TRANSFER CHAMBER SET comprising twig-handled jug, flared basin, chamber-pot and toothbrush holder, transfer in black and grey / blue and grey with opposing depictions of a vase in a garden scene with statue, ivy and floral borders, jug and basin back-stamped `IVY` and Williams, jug 31cms high, basin 37cms diam¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales, each part illustrated in ` Ynysmeudwy and the Williamses`, by Mike Trew (p.99)¦Auctioneer`s Note: the chamber-pot was often referred to as the gusunder (from goes-under the bed)¦Condition Report: basin has repaired chips and hairline, chamber-pot restored at rim, scrapes to base of toothbrush holder and star crack to base, transfer on all elements fresh

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  • Lot 110

    Lot 110

    A SWANSEA DILLWYN POTTERY POUCH SHAPED PUZZLE JUG octagonal based, the bellied body of faceted and lobed form, having spurred scroll handle and with three lion-head spouts, in the blue transfer `Oriental Basket` featuring Oriental coastal scene with exotic birds and junks, stamped Oriental Basket within a floral cartouche to the base, circa 1830, 19.5cms high¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales, Morton Nance `The Pottery & Porcelain of Swansea & Nantgarw` (Ill. LXXVII A)¦Condition Report: localised crazing only, transfer not worn, no restoration or damage to spouts, very good example of what is a rare puzzle jug¦

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  • Lot 111

    Lot 111

    A GEORGE III SWANSEA PEARLWARE HOT WATER JUG of bellied form over a spreading circular foot, with ear-shaped loop moulded handle with feathered terminals, curved neck, deep blue transfer known as `Boy on a Buffalo` with Oriental landscape, under a fan border, turner`s wheel to base, 22cms high¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales, illustrated `Swansea Pottery Collectors Exhibition 2006` Helen Hallesy (P.9)¦Condition Report: restored chip to spout, no other problems

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  • Lot 112

    Lot 112

    PAIR OF RARE SWANSEA CAMBRIAN POTTERY CANDLESTICKS & PLATE circular based of columnar form, in the `Lazuli` transfer with pattern back-stamp to one, 22.5cms high, together with Lazuli plate, 26cms diam.¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales, same mould shown in Morton Nance for Etruscan ware (LXXIV), probably part of a dressing-table set¦Condition Report: differences in transfer colour and crispness of moulding, localised crazing and browning

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  • Lot 113

    Lot 113

    A SWANSEA CAMBRIAN MOULDED DOCUMENTARY MUG & SAUCER FOR ELIZABETH BLEE circa 1820, the mug of cylindrical form and having angular handle, the mug`s body embossed with hearts, insects and flowers to a stipple ground within a chocolate border, colourfully enamelled and with large panel to the front inscribed `ELIZ.TH BLEE` with flower sprays above and below matching the interior of the saucer, mug, 9.5cms high, saucer 14cms diam¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales, two similar exhibited at Swansea Museum 2006 inscribed with dedications to Sarah Thomas and Elizabeth Patey¦Auctioneer`s Note: the Blee family name most common in Cornwall¦Condition Report: professional restoration to both

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  • Lot 114

    Lot 114

    A SWANSEA GLAMORGAN POTTERY JUG & BOWL SET WITH `SHELL & FLOWERS` TRANSFER the jug of baluster form with ear-shaped handle and wide spout, the footed bowl of flared form, black and grey transfers all round, jug 21cms high, bowl 30.5cms diam¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: localised crazing and light hairline to bowl, no other problems, transfer fresh

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    Lot 114

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  • Lot 115

    Lot 115

    A RARE EARLY SWANSEA COFFEE POT IN THE TRANSFER KNOWN AS `SMARTLY DRESSED SHEPHERD` circular based of bellied form with fluting, moulded ear-shaped handle, bell shaped fluted cover with pointed near-spherical knop, in black transfer, repeated twice on both sides, featuring the dandy shepherd and his dog resting with his flock in a landscape, circa 1800, 28.5cms high¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales, label for Rowland Williams Collection¦Auctioneer`s Note: the fluted coffee-pot from this period is rare, matching bowl at City and County of Swansea Museum, engraving after Thomas Rothwell¦Condition Report: appears to be in excellent condition without apparent restoration or damage other than very small nicks and scuffs

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  • Lot 116

    Lot 116

    A SWANSEA CAMBRIAN SHIP PLATE of circular form, transfer in manganese with a single-masted ship in full sail, within a tessellated border, impressed SWANSEA to base, circa 1800, 24.5cms diam¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales, pair sold at Bonhams (9 March 2005), similar exhibited at Swansea Museum 2006¦Condition Report: no apparent problems other than tight crazing, localised staining, super example of a rare ship plate¦

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  • Lot 117

    Lot 117

    A RARE YNYSMEUDWY POTTERY ADVERTISING DINNER PLATE FOR HUZZEY`S in the Alma transfer of trailing Convolvulus flowers, leaves and tendrils, with a centred red transfer heart inscribed in capitals `Huzzey`s Swansea Valley Brewery - Live and Let Live`, stamped Alma to base, 27cms diam¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales, illustrated on Page 77 `Ynysmeudwy and the Williamses` by Mike Trew (2016)¦Auctioneer`s Note: according to London Gazette obituaries, July 12, 1861 `William Huzzey, formerly of Pontardawe, near Swansea, in the county of Glamorgan, Spirit Merchant, and Commission Agent, afterwards of the Swansea Brewery, Llanquek, near Pontardawe aforesaid, Brewer and Malster, Dealer in Hops, Corn Factor, Grocer, and Provision Dealer, then of the Swansea Vale Brewery aforesaid, in partnership with John Huzzey as Brewers and Malsters, trading under the style or firm of W. and John Huzzey, subsequently of the Swansea. Vale Brewery, aforesaid, Brewer, Malster, Corn Factor, and Beer Retailer, at the same time renting the Gellyowen Spa Hotel, in the parish of Llangaffellach, near Pontardawe aforesaid, for the sale of Beer, Porter, and Cider` ¦Condition Report: no apparent restoration or problems other than localised crazing and browning, surface scratches

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  • Lot 118

    Lot 118

    THREE SWANSEA DILLWYN POTTERY MONOCHROME TRANSFER PLATES comprising `Women with Baskets`, c.1824-1830, 25cms diam, ship-plate with naval objects in foreground, 22cms diam and another uncommon transfer example with flowers over a vine leaf background within ribbon border, 1824-1830, 25.5cms diam, each plate impressed mark for Dillwyn in horseshoe¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales, vine leaf transfer illustrated in Morton Nance `The Pottery & Porcelain of Swansea & Nantgarw`, (Pl. LXII-A)¦Condition Report: without damage or restoration, localised crazing and browning only

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  • Lot 119

    Lot 119

    TWO UNCOMMON SWANSEA DILLWYN PLATES WITH MONOCHROME TRANSFERS comprising `Oriental Basket` featuring a basket of flowers on an ornate standard being quarrelled over by two exotic birds, the background of Oriental coastal landscape with architecture and European sailing ship, within a solid line border, transfer named on crest to base, impressed Dillwyn horseshoe and inscribed in black `Elizabeth Rees St Ives Swansea 1837`, 26.5cms diam, together with a `Swiss Villa` plate, showing an Alpine chalet next to a lake scene, impress marked Dillwyn and Co. Swansea, 25cms diam¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Auctioneer`s Note: records show an Elizabeth Rees nee Renoden who was born in St Ives and lived later in Swansea, born around 1802¦Condition Report: no apparent problems to either other than surface scratches, localised browning in glaze

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  • Lot 120

    Lot 120

    TWO SWANSEA CAMBRIAN PLATES being a dessert plate transfer decorated with shells in sepia within ochre rim, circa 1805, 20.5cms diam and a Dillwyn & Co notched plate decorated with a pagoda in underglaze blue, 22.5cms diam¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales, both illustrated in Morton Nance `Pottery & Porcelain of Swansea & Nantgarw (Pl. XLV - E and XI - A)¦Condition Report: no apparent problems, both very good examples

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  • Lot 121

    Lot 121

    A GROUP OF GEORGE III LONGBRIDGE (OR WILLOW) TRANSFER WARE comprising (1) platter, (2 & 3) pair of small plates, (4) coffee-pot and (5) mug. The deep platter of notched form, impressed SWANSEA to base, 46cms long, pair of notched plates, impressed SWANSEA, 18cms diam, coffee pot of bellied form over circular foot with ear shaped loop handle and dome cover with teardrop knop, brown line rim to handle and spout, 24cms high, together with a cylindrical cider mug with ear-shaped handle, 12cms high both items decorated in two versions of the Longbridge transfer, the mug with two large figures on the river bank with fishing nets (5 items)¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Auctioneer`s Note: mug purchased as believed Cambrian but our cautious attribution would be Leeds pottery or perhaps Staffordshire¦Condition Report: no problems with platter, small underside chip to one plate, localised crazing and browning to same plate, no problems with mug except crazing on handle, coffee pot has small chip to inside of foot and nick to rim of cover, small blemish on brown rim of cover probably occurred during firing¦

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  • Lot 122

    Lot 122

    TWELVE 19TH CENTURY SWANSEA POTTERY MUGS including two `frog mugs` with climbing yellow glazed frogs to the interior, a souvenir mug `A Present from Plymouth` larger `Drover` transfer mug, 9.75cms high ETC (12 x items)¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: overall good condition, Gaudy example (one of a pair) has repaired handle, hairline to waisted mug, usual nicks and crazing one some, detailed condition report not available, viewing recommended

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  • Lot 123

    Lot 123

    SEVEN VARIOUS EARLY 19TH CENTURY SWANSEA POTTERY PART-SETS comprising (1) Wedgwood-style creamware plate with enamelled grape vine border, 24cms diam (2) a green glaze dessert service plate having embossed leaf decoration to a dotted ground, 21cms diam, (3,4 & 5) two circular plates (one of orange mottled ground the other blue), 20cms diam and similar marquise shaped dish from a luncheon set, 28cms long, (6) an iron ground floral enamelled plate, 20.5cms diam, and (7) creamware soup-plate with sepia decoration of trailing flowers to border and centred lion crest, all items impressed SWANSEA except (6) impressed DILLWYN & CO in straight-line (7 x items)¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: no apparent damage to any item, decoration loss and localised crazing commensurate with age, viewing recommended

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    Lot 123

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  • Lot 124

    Lot 124

    FOUR ITEMS OF SWANSEA POTTERY WITH `LADIES OF LLANGOLLEN` TRANSFER comprising platter, stamped BB&I, 39.5cms long, a small twin-handled tureen and cover, 16.5cms and a pair of lobed circular plates, 25.5cms diam, all in blue and white transfer depicting a landscape with the two ladies in riding habits on horseback conversing with a farmhand with scythe¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Auctioneer`s Note: one of the most famous Swansea pottery transfers and one of the most famous images from Wales. The Ladies of Llangollen were Lady Eleanor Butler and Hon. Sara Ponsonby who in 1776 turned their back on traditional Irish society to set up home together in Vale of Llangollen¦Condition Report: tureen has hairline in body and repairs of rim of cover, repaired rim of one plate, no problems with platter, the other with localised brown crazing

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  • Lot 125

    Lot 125

    A SWANSEA CAMBRIAN PEARLWARE SHIP TRANSFER PLATE of notched circular form, in blue transfer with three-masted warship and naval objects in the foreground, within a fan, tessellated and floral border, circa 1820, 26cms diam¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales, similar at City & County Museum Swansea¦Condition Report: hairline in centre of base (not visible from front), localised crazing, very good clean example

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  • Lot 126

    Lot 126

    FOUR SWANSEA POTTERY ITEMS IN TWO BLUE & WHITE TRANSFER PATTERNS comprising pair of notched soup-plates in the `Elephant Rock` pattern, 25cms diam, and a `Boy with Whip` lobed plate, impressed DILLWYN & CO in straight line, 22cms diam and similarly patterned jug, 12.3cms high¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: no apparent problems with soup-plates, plate has been broken and restored and jug has restored spout

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  • Lot 127

    Lot 127

    A BAKER BEVANS & IRWIN SWANSEA JUG & BOWL the jug of baluster form with moulded handle, the bowl of circular footed form, both naively painted in red, blue and green enamels, chocolate borders, bowl impressed horseshoe with Baker, Bevans & Irwin and a number `1`, jug 18cms high, bowl 27cms diam¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: spout restored and small flake to rim of jug, surface scratches and wear to both, localised crazing to both

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  • Lot 128

    Lot 128

    FIVE LARGE SWANSEA POTTERY BLUE & WHITE TRANSFER JUGS & TWO BASINS comprising (1) Baker, Bevans & Irwin `Cottage Girl`, 17.5cms high, (2) Dillwyn & Co `Cuba` 19.5cms high, (3) `Rural` 29.5cms high, (4) `Swiss Villa` 27cms high with basin, 31cms diam, and (5) a light blue transfer `Willow`, 24.5cms high together with matching basin, 33cms diam (6 x items)¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: (1) and (4) have restored spouts, (4) also has cracked handle, no other notable damage except crazing, browning but viewing recommended

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  • Lot 129

    Lot 129

    SEVEN VARIOUS SWANSEA POTTERY BLUE & WHITE TRANSFER JUGS comprising (1) `Drover` example with acanthus spout and handle terminal, 18cms high, (2) `Drover` of bellied form, 14cms high, (3) `Tintern Abbey`, 15.5cms high, (4) `Whampoa`, 10cms high, (5) `Woman with Parasol` 10cms high, (6) `Deer in Landscape`, 12.5cms high and (7) light blue `Willow`, 12.5cms high¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: (2) (3) and (7) chips restored, no other notable damage other than light hairlines, localised crazing, however viewing recommended

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    Lot 129

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  • Lot 130

    Lot 130

    VARIOUS 19TH CENTURY SWANSEA POTTERY GAUDY WELSH STYLE ITEMS including three plates, 22.5cms diam, a goblet shaped vase, 11cms high. two similar twig-handled jugs, 14.5cms high, pair of feather moulded handle jugs, 16.5cms high, ETC (13 x items)¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: we have noted goblet restored, two jugs restored at spout and small chip to one plate but overall the collection appears to be in good condition however viewing recommended

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  • Lot 131

    Lot 131

    GROUP OF CHILDREN`S SWANSEA POTTERY including pair of Ynysmeudwy cumulative nursery rhyme mugs `The History of the House that Jack Built`, Dillwyn `Troubadour` transfer plate, 14cms diam, pair of BB&I Opaque China `Rural Scenes` transfer plates with moulded borders, 14.5cms diam, pair of transfer plates titled `The Barn` and `The Baker`, 17.5cms diam, miniature `Deer in a Landscape` dish, 7cms diam and another similar with Chinoiserie transfer, 7.6cms diam ETC (15 x items)¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: very good collection overall, localised crazing and browning, minor damage apparent only, however viewing recommended

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    Lot 131

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  • Lot 132

    Lot 132

    GROUP OF SWANSEA POTTERY COLOURFULLY HAND-PAINTED PLATES including five ribbon plates with moulded basket-weave borders, four with floral centres and one with a lustre scene of a cottage, 20cms diam, a pair of *Dillwyn plates naively decorated to the centre with a basin of flowers and with vine of strawberries to the border, 22.5cms diam, another pair of **Dillwyn plates, 22cms diam and a single plate with moulded border of flowers and birds, 18.5cms (10 x items)¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: restoration to at least four of the ribbon plates, and to items asterisked, viewing recommended

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    Lot 132

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  • Lot 133

    Lot 133

    TRANSFER PRINTED SWANSEA CAMBRIAN POTTERY PART SERVICE IN THE LONGBRIDGE PATTERN comprising pair of shaped oval serving dishes, 27cms and six small fluted plates, 18cms diam, the transfer in the rarer brown print rather than blue, impressed SWANSEA in four items, circa 1800¦Provenance: private collection, Gwent¦Condition Report: one dish has thumbnail rim chip on outside of body under rim, one plate star crack (stable), no other apparent damage, transfer not worn¦

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    Lot 133

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  • Lot 140

    Lot 140

    JOHN ELWYN limited edition (of 50) colour lithograph - the Welsh Independent Chapel `Capel Hawen`, Rhydlewis, Ceredigion, 37 x 55cms ¦Provenance: private collection mid-Wales¦Auctioneer`s Note: chapel built originally in 1747 is still functioning and was the inspiration for `Capel Sion` by Welsh writer Caradoc Evans ¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, unsigned version, well presented with mount and frame, glazed

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  • Lot 141

    Lot 141

    JOHN ELWYN lithograph - industrial scene with smoking chimneys and figures, 33 x 43cms¦Provenance: private collection mid-Wales¦Presentation & Condition: no apparent problems, framed and glazed

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    Lot 141

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  • Lot 142

    Lot 142

    JOHN ELWYN limited edition (206/300) lithograph - Laugharne Estuary from Dylan Thomas` Boathouse, signed, 42 x 60cms (unframed)¦Provenance: private collection mid-Wales¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, unframed, kept in plastic folder with us

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  • Lot 143

    Lot 143

    JOHN VIVIAN ROBERTS limited edition (1/25) engraving - mythical illustration entitled in pencil `The Fool and the Fairy`, pencil signed and dated 1970, 49 x 31cms¦Provenance: private collection mid-Wales¦Presentation & Condition: slight lifting to lower margin, framed and glazed, printed artist`s name in mount

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  • Lot 144

    Lot 144

    SIR KYFFIN WILLIAMS RA limited edition (107/150) colour print - Eryri dwelling and dry-stone walls, entitled verso `Hendre Waelod`, signed fully in pencil, 43 x 68cms¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, not faded, gallery framed and glazed

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  • Lot 145

    Lot 145

    JOSEF HERMAN limited edition (3/150) colour print - figure seated in village with church, signed, 44 x 53.5cms¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff¦Presentation & Condition: no apparent problems, framed

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  • Lot 146

    Lot 146

    BERT ISAAC limited edition (28/100) linocut - quarry with building and trees, entitled `Flooded Quarry`, signed, 23 x 30cms¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, framed and glazed

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  • Lot 147

    Lot 147

    JOSEF HERMAN two colour lithograph - three standing figures with blue, signed in pencil, 29 x 20cms¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, not faded, framed and glazed

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  • Lot 148

    Lot 148

    SIR KYFFIN WILLIAMS RA artist`s proof print - Welsh Black standing bull, signed in full, 39 x 58cms¦Provenance: private collection north Wales¦Presentation & Condition: no apparent problems, framed and glazed

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  • Lot 149

    Lot 149

    BERWYN JONES three limited edition (32, 34 & 42 / 100) etchings with aquatint - each titled in mount as (1) `Garreg Fawr`, 42 x 30cms, (2) `Llwybr Llymyniad, 42 x 30cms and (3) `Bwlch`, 47.5 x 32cms, each signed in pencil¦Provenance: private collection north Wales¦Presentation & Condition: each framed and glazed (1) no problems, discolouration and blemishes to mount, (2) discolouration to mount, (3) cleaning required, dirt but possibly on inside of glass

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  • Lot 150

    Lot 150

    SIR KYFFIN WILLIAMS RA coloured limited edition (74/150) print - Patagonia horse, entitled `Lle Cul`, signed with initials, 49 x 49cms¦Provenance: private collection Norfolk¦Presentation & Condition: no apparent problems, framed and glazed

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  • Lot 151

    Lot 151

    PETER KOSOWICZ limited edition (15/75) colour etching - figure, entitled in pencil `Spanish Lady` to margin and on Attic Gallery label verso, signed, 61 x 37cms¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, deep mount and simple frame, glazed

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  • Lot 152

    Lot 152

    STUART EVANS screen print - illustration of the nineteenth century schooner at sea, entitled `Blue Jacket of Aberystwyth` with `William Jones - Commander`, signed and dated 1994, 37 x 55.5cms¦Provenance: private collection, London¦Auctioneer`s Note: the Blue Jacket was built in 1860 in Aberystwyth and was registered until 1915¦Presentation & Condition: image in good condition but slight stain in margin, bottom right, framed and glazed

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  • Lot 153

    Lot 153

    WILLIAM SELWYN artist`s proof colour print - two working figures, title in pencil `Codi Tatws` (lifting potatoes), signed, 27 x 28cms¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, very basic frame and glazed interior of glass needs dusting down

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  • Lot 154

    Lot 154

    JOHN KNAPP-FISHER limited edition (601/850) colour print by Senecio Editions - title to margin `Tenby with North Beach, John Knapp Fisher 2005`, with COA, 55 x 58cms¦Provenance: private collection of Tenby related pictures¦Presentation & Condition: unused and unframed, no problems

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  • Lot 155

    Lot 155

    SIR FRANK BRANGWYN RA full-set of ten Berlin Photographic Company colour prints from pastel drawings - entitled `Work`, each depicting teams of labourers moving different cargoes, signed fully in pencil in margins, embossed stamp, various sizes, largest of arch form, 32 x 48cms¦Provenance: collection of the late Richard Hutchings, Newport¦Auctioneer`s Note: reproduced in an edition of 25, one set of which is in the collection of the Science Museum. The pastel drawings were used as preliminaries for a commissioned mural at The Committee Luncheon Room, for Lloyd`s Register of Shipping, Fenchurch Street, London, which was decorated by Brangwyn from 1908-1914.¦Presentation & Condition: each framed and glazed, some foxing and discolouration

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  • Lot 156

    Lot 156

    MARK LLOYD WILLIAMS large limited edition (87/95) lithograph - trumpet player, entitled `Jazz II`, signed, 57 x 67cms¦Provenance: collection of the late Richard Hutchings, Newport¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, framed and glazed

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  • Lot 157

    Lot 157

    ROBERT MACDONALD colour etching and aquatint - entitled verso `Self-Portrait as a Jacobite War Artist`, signed, 48 x 56cms¦Provenance: collection of the late Richard Hutchings, Newport¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, framed and glazed

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  • Lot 158

    Lot 158

    SIR KYFFIN WILLIAMS RA signed Christmas card - presented with a reproduction of a work on paper with farmer on lane with houses, signed Happy Christmas love Kyffin, 48 x 36.5cms (incl. frame)¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff¦Presentation & Condition: immaculate presentation, framed and glazed¦

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  • Lot 159

    Lot 159

    SIR KYFFIN WILLIAMS RA signed Christmas card - presented with a reproduction of a work on paper with sheepdog, signed Happy Christmas give me a ring as soon as you can love Kyffin, 48 x 36.5cms (incl. frame)¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff¦Presentation & Condition: immaculate presentation, framed and glazed¦¦

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  • Lot 160

    Lot 160

    ARTHUR CHARLTON screenprint - dramatic South Wales coastal scene, entitled `Gower Cliffs`, signed verso, 45 x 59cms¦Provenance: from the Charlton family¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, neatly framed and glazed

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  • Lot 161

    Lot 161

    ARTHUR CHARLTON limited edition colour print - Swansea Bay with boats, 42.5 x 57cms¦Provenance: from the Charlton family¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, craquelure at the top but not prominent, image fresh and unblemished, framed and glazed

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  • Lot 162

    Lot 162

    ARTHUR CHARLTON linocut in black, white and grey - industrial scene of Swansea Docks with warehouses, 26.5 x 50cms¦Provenance: from the Charlton family¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, framed and glazed

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  • Lot 163

    Lot 163

    ARTHUR CHARLTON limited edition (10/10) monochrome linocut on yellow paper - religious, entitled `A Cross to Bear`, signed and dated 1980, 62 x 42cms¦Provenance: from the Charlton family¦Presentation & Condition: good clear image without damage to paper, neatly framed and glazed

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  • Lot 164

    Lot 164

    PAUL PETER PIECH two colour screen print - image with words of Pope John Paul II `To Remember Hiroshima is to Commit Oneself to Peace - Pope John Paul II at Hiroshima - Feb 25 1981`, blind-stamp bottom right, signed in pencil, 63 x 62cms¦Provenance: private collection mid-Wales¦Presentation & Condition: small visible substance marks bottom right and yellowing at top of page, slight creases, image and typography very fresh, framed and glazed

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  • Lot 165

    Lot 165

    PAUL PETER PIECH colour screen print on green paper - image with words of Albert Einstein `Everything that is really great and inspiring is created by the individual who can labour in freedom - Albert Einstein`, signed in pencil and dated 1987, 48.5 x 77cms¦Provenance: private collection mid-Wales¦Presentation & Condition: minor blemishes or marks and creases, framed and glazed

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  • Lot 166

    Lot 166

    SIR KYFFIN WILLIAMS RA limited edition (71/150) woodcut - figure of a mole catcher, entitled `Huw Bic`, signed with initials, 52 x 28cms¦Provenance: private collection mid-Wales¦Auctioneer`s Note: Huw Bic of Beddgelert was a long-standing friend of Sir Kyffin from when both served with the Welch Fusiliers¦Presentation & Condition: slight foxing, slight crease, framed and glazed

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  • Lot 167

    Lot 167

    GRAHAM SUTHERLAND 1982 exhibition poster - The Tate Gallery 19th May to 4th July, Sponsored by Mobil, 74 x 49cms¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff¦Presentation & Condition: slight creasing bottom left and overall aged colouration, neatly framed and glazed

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  • Lot 168

    Lot 168

    JOSEF HERMAN limited edition (78/150) colour print - figure with child in her arms, entitled verso `Mother and Child`, signed, 60 x 50cms¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, neatly framed and glazed

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  • Lot 169

    Lot 169

    PAUL PETER PIECH limited edition (20/25) two colour linocut poster - entitled `Lines Written on a Paper Handkerchief` with a poem by welsh poet Harri Webb (1920 - 1994) `Mankind is more marvellous, than you suppose, he devastates forests, to blow his nose.`, signed and dated 1994, 64 x 45cms ¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff, letter to vendor from the artist on headed paper¦Presentation & Condition: unframed, slight blemishes to right of figure, paper not torn or creased¦

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  • Lot 170

    Lot 170

    PAUL PETER PIECH limited edition (12/25) three colour linocut poster - with image of red dragon and poet R S Thomas, entitled `Smile Please (for R S Thomas)` with a poem by Meic Stephens (1938 - 2018) `A patriot is a happy man: His love of country makes him glad; Come on, Mr. Thomas, Why so sad? Let`s see your smile for Cymru - if you can. `, signed and dated 1991, 64 x 45cms ¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff, letter to vendor from the artist on headed paper¦Presentation & Condition: unframed, no apparent problems, paper not torn or creased

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  • Lot 171

    Lot 171

    PAUL PETER PIECH limited edition (18/25) three colour linocut poster - entitled `Powder Monkey (for R S Thomas)` with words by Christopher Mills `Big Ronnie`s got too much neck, And grey and whispery like a pine tree, And did P F really see ole R S, Sprinting down St Mary St at eighty, Chasing God like a missed bus again, though I know the big N.O, Prefers travelling on his knees, Who`d want to get where he`s going?.`, signed and dated 1991, 64 x 45cms ¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff, letter to vendor from the artist on headed paper¦Presentation & Condition: unframed, paper clean, not torn or creased

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  • Lot 172

    Lot 172

    DAVID TRESS 1980s Curwen Press limited edition (208/250) colour lithograph - hawthorn tree and sheep in Pembrokeshire landscape, entitled `Defaid yn Pori` (sheep grazing), signed in pencil, 43 x 63cms¦Provenance: private collection mid-Wales¦Presentation & Condition: very fresh image, neatly framed and glazed

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  • Lot 173

    Lot 173

    PHILIP SUTTON RA limited edition (17/25) five colour woodcut on Japanese paper - figure in hat on blue background, entitled in pencil `Artist Mother`, signed and dated 1967, 81 x 66cms¦Provenance: private collection mid-Wales, purchased by vendor from dealer in Connecticut, USA¦Presentation & Condition: a few ripples and creases, image very fresh, framed and glazed

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  • Lot 174

    Lot 174

    JAMES CRESSER TARR (1905-1996) small edition colour lithograph, entitled `Woman on a Bed`, signed and dated 1960, 46.5 x 35.5cms¦Provenance: private collection mid-Wales¦Auctioneer`s Note: Tarr taught at Cardiff School of Art 1947-70¦Presentation & Condition: marks in margin made in print process, image excellent, later framed and glazed ¦¦

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  • Lot 175

    Lot 175

    JAMES CRESSER TARR (1905-1996) small edition colour lithograph, possibly Richmond Road, Cardiff, entitled `Victorian Cardiff` signed and dated 1960, 33.5 x 52cms¦Provenance: private collection mid-Wales¦Auctioneer`s Note: Tarr taught at Cardiff School of Art 1947-70¦Presentation & Condition: marks in margin made in print process, image excellent, later framed and glazed ¦

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  • Lot 176

    Lot 176

    CLAUDIA WILLIAMS limited edition (11/50) three colour lithograph - figures, entitled `The Bather`, signed fully in pencil, 45 x 34cms¦Provenance: private collection mid-Wales¦Presentation & Condition: excellent without problems, neatly framed and glazed

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  • Lot 177

    Lot 177

    JOHN KNAPP-FISHER limited edition (14/500) colour print - entitled verso `Porthgain Harbour`, signed fully in pencil, 15 x 30cms¦Provenance: private collection, The Netherlands¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, framed and glazed

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  • Lot 178

    Lot 178

    JOHN KNAPP-FISHER limited edition (4/500) colour print - Ceredigion farmstead, entitled verso `Buildings on Waun Fawr`, signed fully in pencil, 27 x 34cms¦Provenance: private collection, The Netherlands¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, framed and glazed

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  • Lot 179

    Lot 179

    PAUL PETER PIECH two colour linocut poster - image of Welsh dragon with English translation of the first verse of Welsh National Anthem, 64 x 45cms ¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff, letter to vendor from the artist on headed paper¦Presentation & Condition: unframed, slight blemishes only, paper not torn or creased

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  • Lot 180

    Lot 180

    PAUL PETER PIECH one-off (numbered 1) three colour linocut poster - with image of Welsh dragon and portrait together with feminist parody of the Welsh National Anthem, entitled `Hen Wlad Ein Mamau`, as follows `Mae hen wlad ein Mamau yn annwyl i mi, Gwlad can wedi`i cholli ac angof dyddiau, Gwroniaid benywaidd, Cywir a chyson, I`w hunan ac i`n man ddaear. Gwlad, gwlad, ble mae`r menywod Cymru? Boed i adar Rhiannon godi`n can dros y tir, Fel byddo i`r famiaith barhau` (My Mother`s old land is dear to me, A lost and forgotten land of days, Female heroes, Correct and consistent, To ourselves and to our earth. Country, country, where are the Welsh women? May the birds of Rhiannon lift our songs over the land, So that the mother tongue may continue), signed and dated 1994, 64 x 45cms¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff, letter to vendor from the artist on headed paper¦Presentation & Condition: unframed, light blemishes all round, paper not torn or creased

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  • Lot 181

    Lot 181

    SIR KYFFIN WILLIAMS RA signed fully in pencil, limited edition (23/275) Gregynog Press 2002 volume of `Cutting Images` (A Selection of Linocuts), printed by David Vickers and W O Jones, Llangefni, complete with slip-case, accompanying paperwork

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  • Lot 188

    Lot 188

    THOMAS RATHMELL mixed media - entitled verso on Watercolour Society of Wales label `Crowded Beach`, 26.5 x 36cms¦Provenance: collection of the late Richard Hutchings, Newport¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, framed and glazed

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  • Lot 189

    Lot 189

    SUSAN GATHERCOLE gouache, ink and pastel - entitled on Martin Tinney Gallery label verso `Offering`, signed, 55 x 75.5cms¦Provenance: collection of the Richard Hutchings, Newport¦Presentation & Condition: no condition issues, framed and glazed

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  • Lot 190

    Lot 190

    NAOMI TYDEMAN watercolour - architectural view of part of St David`s Cathedral, signed, 33 x 22.5cms¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff¦Presentation & Condition: no apparent problems, framed and glazed

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  • Lot 191

    Lot 191

    JOHN MACFARLANE mixed media - two figures, one in costume mask, entitled on Albany Gallery label verso `Monkey, The Magic Flute, Royal Opera House`, signed and dated `04, 11.5 x 18cms¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff¦Presentation & Condition: no apparent problems, framed and glazed

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  • Lot 192

    Lot 192

    MARGARET LINDSAY WILLIAMS (1886 - 1960) ink drawing - small head and shoulders portrait in profile, signed and dated (19) 07, 9.25 x 7.5cms¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff¦Presentation & Condition: seemingly in original veneer frame with gilded detail, grey mount and narrow gilt slip, paper is foxed, particularly at edge

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  • Lot 193

    Lot 193

    JACK JONES various ephemera - (1) a pencil drawing self-portrait entitled `Pensive` and initialled and dated 2/11/86, 15 x 10.5cms, (2) mixed media on card painting of Swansea Bay, inscribed verso in ink `A very happy birthday from Jack and Shon + Mumbles Lighthouse` with a caricature of the artist in the centre and below Shon looking upwards, 12.5 x 21cms and (3) a printed invitation for a private view of `Paintings of Wales - Jack Jones` at St John`s Wood, opened by `Mr Anthony Hopkins CBE`, 11.5 x 16cms¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff¦Presentation & Condition: each item loose, in excellent condition bearing in mind the nature of the items

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  • Lot 194

    Lot 194

    ATTRIBUTED TO DONALD McINTYRE watercolour - village harbour with stack of lobster pots, entitled verso `Lobster Pots at Crail`, early career possibly, signed, 16.5 x 23cms¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff, purchased by vendor from unknown gallery by vendor in Glasgow, Scotland¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, framed, mounted and glazed

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  • Lot 195

    Lot 195

    KEITH BOWEN charcoal and crayon - butcher at work, with literature and details, label verso, signed and dated 1989, 45 x 53cms¦Provenance: private collection Anglesey¦Presentation & Condition: no apparent problems, framed and glazed

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  • Lot 196

    Lot 196

    KEITH BOWEN charcoal and crayon - farmer repairing tractor, signed and dated 1989, 45 x 53cms¦Provenance: private collection Ynys Mon¦Presentation & Condition: no apparent problems, framed and glazed

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  • Lot 197

    Lot 197

    KEITH SHONE pastel - coastal cottages at Morfa, Anglesey at sunset, signed, 24 x 46cms¦Provenance: private collection north Wales¦Presentation & Condition: framed and glazed

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    Lot 198

    KEITH SHONE pastel - coastal cottage, Anglesey, signed, 23 x 42cms¦Provenance: private collection north Wales¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, framed and glazed

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  • Lot 199

    Lot 199

    VIVIENNE WILLIAMS mixed media on paper - entitled verso on Albany Gallery label `Blue Jar, Green Bowl and Plums`, signed, 50 x 40.5cms¦Provenance: by descent, Cardiff¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, nicely presented in artist`s frame in stained wood, glazed and with wide off-white mount

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  • Lot 200

    Lot 200

    VALERIE GANZ mixed media - seated female ballet dancer, signed, 40 x 44cms¦Provenance: private collection Vale of Glamorgan, Attic Gallery, Swansea label verso ¦Presentation & Condition: slight discolouration top right of picture and to mount, framed and glazed

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  • Lot 201

    Lot 201

    JOHN CLEAL pencil drawing - self-portrait with stencilled wording and tribal art relating to South Africa, signed, 46 x 54cms¦Provenance: private collection west Wales¦Auctioneer`s note: John Cleal was born in South Africa¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, neatly framed

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  • Lot 202

    Lot 202

    GYRTH RUSSELL watercolour - East Fleet Estuary, Wells-next-to-Sea, Norfolk with boats, titled bottom left `Wells, Aug `48`, signed, 19 x 28cms¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, later framed and glazed

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  • Lot 203

    Lot 203

    JANE CORSELLIS watercolour - busy Paris cafe with figures, entitled verso on The New Academy Gallery label `Ice Cream, Ille St Louis`, also shorter title bottom right, signed, 13 x 20cms¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, original gallery framing, glazed

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  • Lot 204

    Lot 204

    JANE CORSELLIS watercolour - Basque Country beach scene with figures and fishing boats, entitled verso on Bankside Gallery label `Fishing St Jean de Luz`, signed, 13 x 26cms¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, framed and glazed

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  • Lot 205

    Lot 205

    ARTHUR GIARDELLI mixed media on brown paper - coastal landscape, entitled verso `Arfordir / Coast`, signed verso, 14 x 19cms¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff¦Presentation & Condition: slight foxing, aged quality to paper, framed and glazed

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  • Lot 206

    Lot 206

    BERT ISAAC watercolour - landscape, entitled verso `Green Wood`, signed and dated 1980, 22 x 32cms¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, later framed and glazed

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  • Lot 207

    Lot 207

    KAREL LEK sepia watercolour - standing figure, signed, 10.5 x 9cms¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, framed and glazed

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    Lot 207

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  • Lot 208

    Lot 208

    KAREL LEK mixed media - old shop frontage and buildings, signed, 13 x 20cms¦Provenance: deceased estate Cardiff¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, framed and glazed

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  • Lot 209

    Lot 209

    ALED PRICHARD JONES pastel - Eryri in winter, entitled verso `Crib Goch Pinnacles`, signed with initials, 24.5 x 50cms¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff¦Presentation & Condition: no apparent problems, original framing, glazed

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  • Lot 210

    Lot 210

    GWILYM PRICHARD watercolour - misty landscape with body of water and distant hills, signed, 32 x 44cms¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, very neatly framed, glazed

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  • Lot 211

    Lot 211

    SIR KYFFIN WILLIAMS RA pen and ink wash - rare scene of thatched cottages in a landscape, probably Scottish Highlands or Ireland, signed with initials, 25 x 48cms¦Provenance: purchased at Albany Gallery, Cardiff in 1960s and then by descent Cardiff¦Presentation & Condition: paper professionally cleaned of excessive foxing, framed and glazed

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    Lot 211

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  • Lot 212

    Lot 212

    VALERIE GANZ charcoal and pastel - kneeling miner wearing vest and helmet with illuminated lamp and shovel, signed, 37 x 28cms¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, framed and glazed

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    Lot 212

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  • Lot 213

    Lot 213

    BERT ISAAC pen and ink wash, pastel and watercolour - garden scene with landscape beyond, entitled verso `Glamorgan Garden` on artist`s label with Isleworth address, signed and dated 1958, 47 x 59.5cms¦Provenance: private collection mid-Wales, artist`s address label verso and label for Royal Academy 1958¦Presentation & Condition: original backboard but later framed and glazed, no apparent problems

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  • Lot 214

    Lot 214

    HOWARD ROBERTS watercolour - Aberystwyth harbour with boats and buildings, signed and dated 1984, 35 x 46cms¦Provenance: private collection mid-Wales¦Auctioneer`s Note: Howard Roberts owned Wales` first commercial art gallery in Cardiff specialising in Welsh artists` work¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, framed and glazed

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    Lot 214

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  • Lot 215

    Lot 215

    GWILYM PRICHARD watercolour - landscape with building and trees, signed and dated February 1975, 27 x 38cms¦Provenance: private collection Vale of Glamorgan¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, behind glass and with traditional gilt frame, small areas of damage to edge of frame

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    Lot 215

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  • Lot 216

    Lot 216

    WILLIAM SELWYN mixed media - Eryri landscape near Llanberis with historic bridge, entitled verso on Albany Gallery label `Pont Y Gromlech`, signed, 36 x 53cms¦Provenance: bequeathed to the Cardiff based vendor, who has decided to donate the proceeds to Cardiff Samaritans, they will receive the full hammer price including our commission¦Presentation & Condition: original frame and wash colour mount, glazed, would benefit from inside of glass being lightly dusted

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    Lot 216

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  • Lot 217

    Lot 217

    JOHN CLEAL watercolour - entitled verso `Pembrokeshire Farmhouse`, signed, 17.5 x 23cms¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, neatly framed and glazed

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    Lot 217

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  • Lot 218

    Lot 218

    SIR FRANK BRANGWYN RA watercolour sketch - entitled verso on Kaplan Galleries, Cork Street label `Spanish Rooftops`, 22.5 x 17cms¦Provenance: collection of the late Richard Hutchings, Newport¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, later framing and glazed

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    Lot 218

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  • Lot 219

    Lot 219

    JOHN SELWAY series of ten pencil and watercolours - caricature figures, entitled `Spanish Scenes`, signed and dated 2014, 21 x 14.5cms¦Provenance: collection of the late Richard Hutchings, Newport¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, framed and glazed together

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    Lot 219

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  • Lot 220

    Lot 220

    VALERIE GANZ mixed media - portrait study of a bearded, cigarette smoking, jazz drummer, signed, 25.5 x 20cms¦Provenance: collection of the late Richard Hutchings, Newport¦Presentation & Condition: no problems with painting, framed and glazed, stain to mount

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    Lot 220

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  • Lot 221

    Lot 221

    ARTHUR MILES watercolour - interior with blacksmith working, entitled verso `Smithy at Dyserth`, signed and dated 1986, 30 x 44.5cms¦Provenance: collection of the late Richard Hutchings, Newport¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, framed and glazed

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    Lot 221

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  • Lot 222

    Lot 222

    VALERIE GANZ watercolour - Italian landscape entitled verso `Tuscan Villa through Orchard - Italian Tour 1979`, signed, 37.5 x 47.5cms¦Provenance: collection of the late Richard Hutchings, Newport¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, framed and glazed

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    Lot 222

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  • Lot 223

    Lot 223

    LESLIE MOORE watercolour - colourful semi-abstract garden scene, signed and dated 1958, 42.5 x 61.5cms¦Provenance: collection of the late Richard Hutchings, Newport¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, later framing, glazed

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    Lot 223

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  • Lot 224

    Lot 224

    FELICITY CHARLTON watercolour with pen and ink - entitled verso `Welsh Chapel`, 27 x 37cms¦Provenance: collection of the late Richard Hutchings, Newport¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, framed and glazed

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    Lot 224

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  • Lot 225

    Lot 225

    THOMAS RATHMELL pencil and heightening - expectant mother standing with infant, signed, 26.5 x 19cms¦Provenance: collection of the late Richard Hutchings, Newport¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, well presented with mount, frame and glaze, artist`s name printed to mount

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    Lot 225

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  • Lot 226

    Lot 226

    IWAN GWYN PARRY large watercolour - expansive industrial landscape, entitled verso on Martin Tinney Gallery label `The Oil Refinery on the Estuary`, signed verso, 76 x 105.5cms¦Provenance: collection of the late Richard Hutchings, Newport¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, framed and glazed

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    Lot 226

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  • Lot 227

    Lot 227

    NEIL S HOPKINS watercolour - entitled `Winter Afternoon, Abersoch`, signed and dated 2004, 15 x 15cms¦Provenance: private collection north Wales¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, framed and glazed

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    Lot 227

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  • Lot 228

    Lot 228

    NEIL S HOPKINS watercolour - winter mountain scene with blue sky, entitled `Snowboarders`, signed and dated 2003, 15 x 15cms¦Provenance: private collection north Wales¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, framed and glazed

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    Lot 228

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  • Lot 229

    Lot 229

    NEIL S HOPKINS watercolour - gulls on a beach, entitled `The Waters Edge`, signed and dated 2004, 11 x 19cms¦Provenance: private collection north Wales¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, framed and glazed

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    Lot 229

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  • Lot 230

    Lot 230

    SIR KYFFIN WILLIAMS RA watercolour and pencil - old dry-stone walls and Caernarfonshire farm near Carmel, with Yr Eifl mountain range extending out to sea, under evening sun, entitled verso `Penrhiwiau, Cilgwyn`, signed with initials, 37.5 x 48cms¦Provenance: private collection mid-Wales, vendor`s Ynys Mon based family purchased the picture directly from Sir Kyffin at his home in Llanfairpwll, Sir Kyffin was a family friend¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, neatly framed and glazed, very fine example

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    Lot 230

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  • Lot 231

    Lot 231

    JOHN ELWYN acrylic on paper - four figures in woodland, circa 1980s, signed, 28 x 39cms¦Provenance: private collection mid-Wales¦Presentation & Condition: no apparent problems, mounted, framed and glazed

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    Lot 231

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  • Lot 232

    Lot 232

    EDGAR HOLLOWAY watercolour on watercolour board - Black Mountains, Brecon Beacons landscape with trees, entitled verso `Spring Time 1944, Above Capel-y-Ffin`, signed, 38 x 28cms¦Provenance: private collection mid-Wales¦Auctioneer`s Note: this painting is by coincidence the second painting in this auction with a connection to the artist commune at Capel-y-Ffin (please also see Lot 254). Edgar Holloway visited Eric Gill`s former commune at Capel-y-Ffin monastery where he met Daisy Hawkins and then married her six weeks later. Daisy had been Eric Gill`s favourite model. The couple set up home in Sychtre, Nant Honddu. Most of Holloway`s paintings are now in public collections including the National Library of Wales, National Museum Wales, MOMA Machynlleth, Aberystwyth University, and Abergavenny Museum, they have all staged Holloway retrospective exhibitions.¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, neatly framed and glazed

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    Lot 232

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  • Lot 233

    Lot 233

    ERIC MALTHOUSE gouache, mixed media - study of a rock pool, signed indistinctly (bottom left in paint), circa 1959, 49 x 58cms¦Provenance: private collection mid-Wales, handwritten history of ownership verso¦Presentation & Condition: slight creases in paper but not unsightly, no other problems, framed and glazed

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    Lot 233

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  • Lot 234

    Lot 234

    ARTHUR H S RICHARDS mixed media - study of three tethered rowing boats, signed, 35 x 46.5cms¦Provenance: vendor is the grandson of the artist, Buckinghamshire¦Condition Report: no apparent problems, appears to be original framing which is tired but undamaged

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    Lot 234

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  • Lot 235

    Lot 235

    ARTHUR H S RICHARDS watercolour - woodland with building, possibly a mill, signed, 27 x 37cms¦Provenance: vendor is grandson of artist, Buckinghamshire¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, framed and glazed but mount very tired, probably for reframing

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  • Lot 236

    Lot 236

    ARTHUR H S RICHARDS mixed media - harbour scene with sailing boats and figures, signed, 34 x 45cms¦Provenance: vendor is grandson of artist, Buckinghamshire¦Presentation & Condition: no apparent problems, original frame, mount and glaze

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    Lot 236

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  • Lot 237

    Lot 237

    ARTHUR H S RICHARDS watercolour and the artist`s wooden easel - small study of machinery, entitled `Scrap`, signed, 11 x 17.5cms¦Provenance: vendor is grandson of artist, Buckinghamshire¦Presentation & Condition: adjustment on easel appears to be working, painting framed and glazed, no apparent problems

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    Lot 237

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  • Lot 238

    Lot 238

    ARTHUR H S RICHARDS watercolour - woodland with fence, signed, 34 x 44cms¦Provenance: vendor is grandson of artist, Buckinghamshire¦Presentation & Condition: unframed, loss to edge of paper

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    Lot 238

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  • Lot 239

    Lot 239

    JOHN KNAPP-FISHER watercolour - early landscape with trees in marshland, entitled verso `Heath and Bog`, signed and dated 1966, 15 x 36cms¦Provenance: private collection, Buckinghamshire¦Presentation & Condition: no apparent problems with painting, original frame and mount which is in aged condition, glazed

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    Lot 239

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  • Lot 240

    Lot 240

    MARY LLOYD JONES mixed media - hilly landscape with clouds, signed with initials and dated `02, 23 x 33cms¦Provenance: private collection Buckinghamshire¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, neatly framed, mounted and glazed

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    Lot 240

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  • Lot 241

    Lot 241

    CHARLES BROOKE BRANWHITE (1851 - 1929) watercolour - expansive view of the Gower coast with `Three Cliffs` in the distance, under a vivid orange setting sun reflecting on the pools, and with beached sailing vessel, ponies, and cockle-pickers, entitled on mount and in retained artist`s label `Sunset on the Coast of South Wales`, signed and dated 1885, 38 x 55.5cms¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff, artist`s handwritten Institute of Painters in Watercolour label verso with title, artist`s Bristol address and price of 15 shillings¦Presentation & Condition: not faded, slight staining to light areas in sky, later framed but with original label attached, stunning example

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    Lot 241

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  • Lot 242

    Lot 242

    MARGARET JONES watercolour - the ruins of Frongoch lead mine with surrounding hills, near Aberystwyth, signed with initials and dated 1972, 54 x 75cms¦Provenance: Cardiff private collection of Aberystwyth paintings¦Auctioneer`s Note: Frongoch lead mines were located approximately 9 miles South East of Aberystwyth and operated under various ownership from 1792 to 1802¦Presentation & Condition: no apparent problems, not faded, original framing¦

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    Lot 242

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  • Lot 243

    Lot 243

    CLAUDIA WILLIAMS pastel - entitled verso on Martin Tinney Gallery 2003 `Mother and Child`, signed with initials, 28 x 27cms¦Provenance: private collection north Wales, handwritten birthday message verso from the artist¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, framed and glazed

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    Lot 243

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  • Lot 244

    Lot 244

    JANE CARPANINI watercolour - Llanberis High Street, Gwynedd with Eryri (Snowdon) beyond, signed and dated 1973, 62 x 88cms¦Provenance: private collection, west Wales¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, framed, non-reflective glass

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    Lot 244

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  • Lot 245

    Lot 245

    MALCOLM EDWARDS watercolour - farm scene, signed and dated `80, entitled verso `Plas, Ucha, Cilcain, Clwyd`, 26 x 49cms¦Provenance: private collection Derbyshire¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, framed, glazed and mounted - probably artist`s framing

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  • Lot 246

    Lot 246

    DAVID SMITH RE watercolour - expansive South Wales valleys scene, signed, 38x 55.5cms¦Provenance: private collection Vale of Glamorgan¦Auctioneer`s Note: the artist was the Official Artist on board British Antarctic Survey`s annual relief voyage in 1975. The extensive series of oil paintings which resulted from these voyages was exhibited at the Commonwealth Institute and illustrated Gordon Elliott Fogg`s book The Explorations of Antarctica (1990). In the early 1980s, the BAS commissioned Smith to record the lighthouses of England and Wales as many of the remaining active stations were being automated

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    Lot 246

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  • Lot 248

    Lot 248

    HARRY HOLLAND pastel - standing female, entitled verso on Martin Tinney Gallery label `Nude` and dated 1993, signed, 75 x 55cms¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff¦Presentation & Condition: no apparent problems, paper applied to mount and in simple dark stained wooden frame

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    Lot 248

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  • Lot 249

    Lot 249

    KAREL LEK mixed media - two cigarette smoking ladies walking, signed, 67 x 49cms¦Provenance: private collection north Wales¦Presentation & Condition: no apparent problems, framed and glazed

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    Lot 249

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  • Lot 250

    Lot 250

    VALERIE GANZ watercolour and mixed media - two miners at work underground, signed in full, 30 x 26cms¦Provenance: private collection north Wales¦Presentation & Condition: no apparent problems, framed and glazed

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  • Lot 251

    Lot 251

    GWILYM PRICHARD pastel - standing figure amongst olive trees, signed in full and handwritten titled verso `Olive Trees, Provence I`, 23 x 37cms¦Provenance: private collection north Wales¦Presentation & Condition: framed and glazed, no problems

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    Lot 251

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  • Lot 252

    Lot 252

    DAVID TRESS watercolour - entitled verso `Red Tree`, signed and dated 1992, 35 x 42cms¦Provenance: private collection north Wales, unwritten provenance but purchased 1992 at Plas Glyn y Weddw, Llanbedrog¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, framed and glazed

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    Lot 252

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  • Lot 253

    Lot 253

    MALCOLM EDWARDS watercolour - Eryri mountains, entitled on Ffin-y-Parc label verso `Rhinog Gulley` with farmer and sheepdog at top of waterfall, signed, 16 x 16 cms ¦Provenance: private collection north Wales, Ffin-y-Parc Gallery, Conwy¦Presentation & Condition: neatly framed and glazed, no problems

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    Lot 253

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  • Lot 254

    Lot 254

    DAVID JONES (1895 - 1974) watercolour - view of an unknown rural building with a foreground of enclosed garden with a dividing path, shrubs and trees, circa 1920/1930s, with Zwemmer Gallery label `Orchard in Mallorca`, old pencil inscription `David Jones` verso, perhaps not by the artist but by an owner, 37 x 48cms¦Provenance: painting newly discovered, purchased from an estate sale in the Welsh borders by the vendor, incomplete torn label verso¦Auctioneer`s Note: while being confident that the style and technique is that of David Jones, especially seen in the trees, shrubs and sky, we do not think that the title is correct on the label and have doubts as to whether the label relates to the picture or even the artist at all. The shared opinion, is that the building has the appearance of traditional barns found in the Welsh-English borders, rather than Mallorca in Spain. It has also been suggested that the building may be part of Piggots Farm, Buckinghamshire. There are similarities to Capel-y-Ffin monastery but this has been discounted by the present owner-occupiers. Certainly we have found no evidence of the artist ever visiting Spain. We believe that the label is for the Zwemmer Gallery, London as they used a sans serif typeface and their address was Litchfield Street. ¦Acknowledgements: we would like to thank Valerie Wynne Williams, Peter Lord, Peter Wakelin and William Gibbs of Brecknock Art Trust for their invaluable help with researching this unrecorded painting and with its attribution to David Jones¦Presentation & Condition: the painting was delivered to us in a circa 1920s / 1930s frame and glass, it was secured by old rusted tacks and had clearly not been out of the frame for a long time, we removed the painting from the frame for research purposes and the picture remains out of frame for examination by prospective viewers, frame and glass retained¦

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  • Lot 255

    Lot 255

    GYRTH RUSSELL watercolour - distant church and houses with river, signed, 24 x 35cms¦Provenance: private collection Norfolk¦Presentation & Condition: no apparent problems, framed and glazed

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    Lot 255

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  • Lot 256

    Lot 256

    GYRTH RUSSELL watercolour - expansive landscape with track, farmstead and lake, signed, 31 x 53cms¦Provenance: private collection Norfolk¦Presentation & Condition: no apparent problems, framed and glazed

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  • Lot 257

    Lot 257

    ROB PIERCY watercolour - Snowdonia scene, entitled `Above the Devil`s Kitchen`, signed, 37 x 52cms¦Provenance: private collection Norfolk¦Presentation & Condition: no apparent problems, framed and glazed

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    Lot 257

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  • Lot 258

    Lot 258

    JOHN KNAPP-FISHER watercolour - entitled verso `Buzz`s Boat, Solva`, signed and dated 1988, 9 x 14cms¦Provenance: private collection, The Netherlands, artist`s address label verso¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, framed and glazed

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    Lot 258

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  • Lot 259

    Lot 259

    ROB PIERCY watercolour - entitled verso `Stone Bridge, Near Trawsfynydd`, signed and dated 1993, 26 x 37cms¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff¦Presentation & Condition: no apparent problems, neatly framed mounted and glazed

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    Lot 259

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  • Lot 264

    Lot 264

    DONALD McINTYRE early period oil - Ynys Mon buildings and trees, entitled verso `Cottages Llanddona` in artist`s handwriting, signed with initials, 21 x 34cms¦Provenance: by descent, Vale of Glamorgan¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, original frame with Hessian mount, glazed

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    Lot 264

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  • Lot 265

    Lot 265

    CHRIS GRIFFIN oil on card - abstract, entitled verso `Dark Edge`, signed and dated `93, 16 x 17.5cms¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff¦Presentation & Condition: no apparent problems, framed and glazed

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    Lot 265

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  • Lot 266

    Lot 266

    MICHAEL CROWTHER acrylic on cotton duck fabric - abstract, entitled `Bloothing Youth Time, signed and dated 1978, 79 x 68cms¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff, to accompany an exhibition brochure from Michael Crowther `Paintings and Drawings` at The Hatton Gallery, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, October 5th, 1979 (Painting No.6 as listed)¦Auctioneer`s Note: former lecturer at Cardiff College of Art¦Presentation & Condition: fabric hand-cut, pinholes in corner but do not detract, framed and glazed

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    Lot 266

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  • Lot 267

    Lot 267

    MICHAEL CROWTHER acrylic on cotton duck fabric - abstract, entitled `Bloothing Youth Time II`, signed and dated 1978, 79 x 68cms¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff¦Auctioneer`s Note: former lecturer at Cardiff College of Art¦Presentation & Condition: fabric hand-cut, pinholes in corner but do not detract, framed and glazed

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    Lot 267

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  • Lot 268

    Lot 268

    MARTYN VAUGHAN JONES oil on card - South Wales landscape with church, entitled `Church, Wentloog` (sic), signed, 7 x 25cms¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, framed and glazed

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    Lot 268

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  • Lot 269

    Lot 269

    CHARLES WYATT WARREN oil on board - Snowdon and Cwm Idwal, signed, 59 x 90cms¦Provenance: private collection Anglesey¦Presentation & Condition: no apparent problems, framed

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    Lot 269

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  • Lot 270

    Lot 270

    CHARLES WYATT WARREN early oil on board - titled verso `Snowdon from Llyn Padarn` with artist`s address, signed, 24 x 54cms¦Provenance: private collection Anglesey¦Presentation & Condition: no apparent problems, framed

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    Lot 270

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  • Lot 271

    Lot 271

    CHARLES WYATT WARREN oil on board - Cwm Idwal, signed, 49 x 59cms¦Provenance: private collection Anglesey¦Presentation & Condition: no apparent problems, original frame

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    Lot 271

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  • Lot 272

    Lot 272

    CHARLES WYATT WARREN oil on board - entitled `Snowdon from Fachwen`, signed, 23 x 54cms¦Provenance: private collection Anglesey¦Presentation & Condition: no apparent problems, original frame

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    Lot 272

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  • Lot 273

    Lot 273

    DAVID BARNES oil on board - Ynys Mon coastal scene with low sun, entitled verso `Anglesey Sunset`, signed verso, 39 x 49cms¦Provenance: private collection north Wales¦Presentation & Condition: neatly framed

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    Lot 273

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  • Lot 274

    Lot 274

    DAVID BARNES oil on board - traditional Eryri village, north Wales, entitled verso Welsh Cottages`, signed verso, 39 x 29cms¦Provenance: private collection north Wales¦Presentation & Condition: neatly framed

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    Lot 274

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  • Lot 275

    Lot 275

    DAVID BARNES oil on board - Ynys Mon coastal scene with lighthouse, entitled verso `Llanddwyn Island`, signed verso, 29 x 39cms¦Provenance: private collection north Wales¦Presentation & Condition: neatly framed

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    Lot 275

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  • Lot 276

    Lot 276

    DAVID BARNES oil on board - Eryri with ruined house and outbuilding, entitled verso `Storm and Rain`, signed verso, 39 x 59cms¦Provenance: private collection north Wales¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, framed

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    Lot 276

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  • Lot 277

    Lot 277

    SIR KYFFIN WILLIAMS RA oil on board - Eryri mountains with quarry cottages at base, title scratched into black paint verso `Black Evening....`, sgraffito signature bottom left, 32 x 48.5cms¦Provenance: private collection, Staffordshire¦Presentation & Condition: no problems but may benefit from light clean, circa 1960s Hessian mount frame

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    Lot 277

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  • Lot 278

    Lot 278

    NICK HOLLY oil on canvas - nostalgic view of Cardiff town-centre with 1960s trolley-buses and figures, entitled verso `Leaving the Station`, signed, 48 x 83cms¦Provenance: deceased estate Middlesex¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, original framing

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    Lot 278

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  • Lot 279

    Lot 279

    KARL DAVIES oil on board - terraced houses and chapel at night with figures walking, entitled verso on Albany Gallery label `Trallwyn Street`, signed verso and dated 2017, 29 x 37cms¦Provenance: deceased estate Middlesex¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, original framing

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    Lot 279

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  • Lot 280

    Lot 280

    KARL DAVIES oil on canvas - landscape with horses, entitled verso `Ponies Grazing` on Albany Gallery label, signed verso and dated 2009, 24.5 x 29cms¦Provenance: deceased estate, Middlesex¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, original framing

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    Lot 280

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  • Lot 281

    Lot 281

    KARL DAVIES oil on canvas - winter scene with two figures and dogs on a tree lined track with house, entitled on Albany Gallery label verso `Almost Home (I)`, signed verso and dated 2017, 28 x 31cms¦Provenance: deceased estate, Middlesex¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, original framing

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    Lot 281

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  • Lot 282

    Lot 282

    KARL DAVIES oil on canvas - nighttime with figure and dogs on a track with house, entitled on Albany Gallery label verso `Almost Home`, 24 x 29.5cms¦Provenance: deceased estate, Middlesex¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, original framing

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    Lot 282

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  • Lot 283

    Lot 283

    KARL DAVIES oil on board - mountain landscape with figure and dogs, entitled on Albany Gallery label verso `Looking Out`, signed verso and dated 2017, 35 x 48cms¦Provenance: deceased estate, Middlesex¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, original framing

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    Lot 283

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  • Lot 284

    Lot 284

    KARL DAVIES oil on canvas - nighttime with figure and dogs by a house with mountains, entitled on Albany Gallery label verso `Heading In`, signed verso and dated 2017, 34 x 39cms¦Provenance: deceased estate, Middlesex¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, original framing

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  • Lot 285

    Lot 285

    KARL DAVIES oil on canvas - nighttime with three horses and terraced houses, entitled on Albany Gallery label verso `Pit Ponies Grazing`, signed verso and dated 2017, 29 x 34cms¦Provenance: deceased estate, Middlesex¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, original framing

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  • Lot 286

    Lot 286

    GWYN ROBERTS oil on canvas - Ceredigion coastal cliffs, entitled verso `Llangrannog Tua`r Gogledd`, signed with initials, 60 x 46cm ¦Provenance: by descent, Cardiff¦Presentation & Condition: simple wooden black box-frame

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    Lot 286

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  • Lot 287

    Lot 287

    ROBERT DAWSON (1926 - 1997) oil on board - Welsh farm with walls and gate, entitled verso `The New Gate`, signed with initials, 29 x 39cms¦Provenance: by descent, Cardiff¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, tasteful modern frame

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  • Lot 288

    Lot 288

    JOHN ELWYN oil on canvas - landscape with logs and machinery on entrance of lane to distant farm, entitled on Martin Tinney Gallery label verso `The Ceri Valley`, signed and dated 1981, 62 x 75.5cms¦Provenance: private collection west Wales¦Auctioneer`s Note: the lane leads towards Ceri Mill, a corn mill and saw mill at Cwmcoi in the Teifi Valley. The artist`s sister Sally and brother-in-law David John Jones lived at the mill.¦Presentation & Condition: neat painted wooden frame, no condition issues

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  • Lot 289

    Lot 289

    GWILYM PRICHARD oil on canvas - Pembrokeshire coastal cliffs with whitewashed house, entitled on Martin Tinney Gallery label verso `Farm, Trefin`, signed and signed verso with date as 1998, 53 x 36cms¦Provenance: private collection west Wales¦Presentation & Condition: no condition issues, modern frame with fabric mount and gold slip

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    Lot 289

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  • Lot 290

    Lot 290

    WILF ROBERTS oil on canvas - Ynys Mon landscape, entitled verso `Gors Arian`, signed and dated 2003, 37 x 37cms¦Provenance: private collection west Wales¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, neat gold painted wooden frame and darker inner frame

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    Lot 290

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  • Lot 291

    Lot 291

    WILF ROBERTS oil on board - Ynys Mon farmstead, entitled verso `Farmhouse Bodedern`, signed and dated 2006, 31.5 x 31.5cms¦Provenance: private collection west Wales¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, neatly framed

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    Lot 291

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  • Lot 292

    Lot 292

    WILF ROBERTS oil on canvas - historic island church off Ynys Mon under moonlight, entitled verso `Porth Cwyfan`, signed and dated 2002, 19.5 x 19.5cms¦Provenance: private collection west Wales¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, neatly framed

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  • Lot 293

    Lot 293

    JOHN KNAPP-FISHER oil on card - moonlit whitewashed buildings against sheer black, entitled on Martin Tinney Gallery label verso `Pembrokeshire Farm`, signed and dated 2005, 17.5 x 58cms¦Provenance: Private collection, west Wales¦Auctioneer`s Note: a very fine example¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, neatly framed and glazed¦

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    Lot 293

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  • Lot 294

    Lot 294

    DAVID BARNES oil on board - village with whitewashed cottages and autumnal colours, signed with initials, 29 x 40cms¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, original framing

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  • Lot 295

    Lot 295

    GARETH PARRY oil on canvas - dramatic Eryri view, entitled verso `Tryfan, Evening`, signed, 50 x 60cms¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, original framing

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    Lot 295

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  • Lot 296

    Lot 296

    MATTHEW STEELE oil on canvas - the historic Pierhead Building, Cardiff, entitled verso `Cardiff Bay`, signed, 43 x 22cms¦Provenance; private collection Cardiff¦Presentation & Condition: no apparent problems, framed

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    Lot 296

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  • Lot 297

    Lot 297

    DAVID GRIFFITHS MBE oil on canvas - expansive beach scene with three boys in swimming trunks, signed, 39 x 54.5cms¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff¦Condition Report: no apparent problems, neatly framed

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    Lot 297

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  • Lot 298

    Lot 298

    DAI DAVID oil on panel - Tenby harbour on a bright day, entitled verso `Glistening Harbour, Tenby`, signed with initials, 16.5 x 29cms¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff¦Presentation & Condition: no apparent problems, framed and glazed

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    Lot 298

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  • Lot 299

    Lot 299

    HARRY HOLLAND oil on board - female nude standing on a seawall preparing to dive, signed, 55 x 34cms¦Provenance: private collection London¦Presentation & Condition: original frame, no apparent problems other than light surface marks

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    Lot 299

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  • Lot 300

    Lot 300

    HARRY HOLLAND oil on board - female nude standing against a shaft of light from a window, entitled verso on Martin Tinney Gallery label `Light Shift` and dated 2000, signed, 81 x 59cms¦Provenance: private collection London¦Presentation & Condition: original frame, no apparent problems other than light surface marks

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  • Lot 301

    Lot 301

    DONALD McINTYRE acrylic - whitewashed farm and outbuildings with figure in yard, entitled verso `Hill Farm No.1`, signed, 50 x 60cms¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff¦Presentation & Condition: canvas mount and gilt frame, small chips to frame

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    Lot 301

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  • Lot 302

    Lot 302

    CARYS BRYN oil on canvas - two standing ponies, entitled verso `I`ll Scratch Your Back if You Scratch Mine`, signed verso and dated 2009, 30 x 60cms¦Provenance: private collection mid-Wales¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, box-canvas in deep hollow frame, frame slightly tired and marked

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    Lot 302

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  • Lot 303

    Lot 303

    KEVIN SINNOTT oil on board - head portrait of a man, signed with initials, 26 x 19.5cms¦Provenance: private collection mid-Wales¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, original frame with label for John Jones of London

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    Lot 303

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  • Lot 304

    Lot 304

    MOIRA HUNTLEY acrylic on canvas - houses at a Moel Tryfan village, Gwynedd with chapel, entitled on The Mall Galleries label verso `Ceserea North Wales`, signed, 39.5 x 49cms¦Provenance: private collection mid-Wales, labels verso for Mall Galleries with artist`s Worcestershire address and with artist`s own label¦Presentation & Condition: very neatly framed

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  • Lot 305

    Lot 305

    MURIEL DELAHAYE oil on canvas - figure in a rowing boat heading for shore, entitled verso `Full Moon`, signed and dated 2017, 44 x 59.5cms¦Provenance: private collection mid-Wales¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, neat original frame

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    Lot 305

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  • Lot 306

    Lot 306

    JOHN ELWYN oil on board - lady wearing bonnet while holding a cockerel, artist`s studio stamp verso, 24 x 14cms¦Provenance: private collection mid-Wales, originally in possession of artist`s widow¦Auctioneer`s Note: believed to be a trial run for the artist`s renowned 1950s larger piece `The Pet Cockerel`

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    Lot 306

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  • Lot 307

    Lot 307

    ERNEST ZOBOLE oil on board - figure, entitled verso `Welsh Lady with Scarf`, circa 1970s, signed, 35 x 22cms¦Provenance: private collection mid-Wales¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, period frame

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    Lot 307

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  • Lot 308

    Lot 308

    GWILYM PRICHARD oil on canvas - whitewashed farm and outbuildings in a landscape, entitled verso `Road to the Farm`, signed, 50 x 75cms ¦Provenance: by descent Vale of Glamorgan¦Presentation & Condition: a few surface marks and would benefit from a light clean top left, framed sympathetically in painted wooden frame

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  • Lot 309

    Lot 309

    GWILYM PRICHARD oil on canvas - coastal scene, inscribed verso `Road to the Beach Anglesey`, signed, 35 x 45cms¦Provenance: by descent Vale of Glamorgan¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, slight discolouration with age, contemporaneous Hessian mount and painted frame

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  • Lot 310

    Lot 310

    GWILYM PRICHARD mixed media - Anglesey landscape with stencilled script, entitled verso `Underneath Penmon Priory`, signed in pencil, 30 x 46cms¦Provenance: by descent Vale of Glamorgan, early work as includes `t` in Pritchard¦Presentation & Condition: discolouration and possibly damp effected mount stained, in our opinion requires reframing at the very least

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  • Lot 311

    Lot 311

    OWEN BOWEN (1873 - 1967) oil on canvas laid to board - still-life, entitled verso `Spring Flowers`, signed, 47 x 46.5cms¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff¦Auctioneer`s Note: Bowen was President of the Royal Cambrian Academy from 1947-1954¦Presentation & Condition: no problems and in a very smart antique style moulded frame, glazed

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    Lot 311

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  • Lot 312

    Lot 312

    MYFANWY HAYCOCK monochrome scraperboard engraving - village scene, entitled in margin `View at Llangibby, Mon`, signed and dated 1939, 16 x 12.5cms¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff, old inscription verso relating to a gift¦Auctioneer`s Note: Haycock was an artist and poet who won the lyric competition at the Aberafan National Eisteddfod in 1932¦Presentation & Condition: no problems with picture, old frame, mount tired, glazed

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  • Lot 313

    Lot 313

    ED POVEY oil on canvas - two figures on a mountain rock, entitled `Y Graig...Y Cysgod`, signed and dated 1985, 107 x 75cms¦Provenance: private collection north Wales, typed explanation of the painting to accompany with copies of preliminary drawings for the composition and letter from the artist to previous owner¦Auctioneer`s Note: the artist is best known for producing large scale building-murals in the streets of various towns during the 1970s and 1980s including Bangor, Gwynedd¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, unframed

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    Lot 313

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  • Lot 314

    Lot 314

    CARYS BRYN oil on canvas - early work of stylised flowers, 90 x 50cms¦Provenance: private collection, Manchester¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, unframed

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  • Lot 315

    Lot 315

    CARYS BRYN large oil on canvas - early abstract work, 103 x 102cms¦Provenance: private collection, Manchester¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, unframed

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  • Lot 316

    Lot 316

    OBEDIAH HODGES mixed media on board - naive view of a Gwent church at evening, entitled bottom left `Mynyddislwyn Church` and centre `Fast Falls the Even-Tide`, signed and dated 1923, 38.5 x 49.5cms¦Provenance: private collection south Wales¦Presentation & Condition: contemporaneous black painted moulded frame with gold slip, glazed, slight damage to areas of frame, no apparent problems with painting except slight loss near perimeter

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    Lot 316

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  • Lot 317

    Lot 317

    HARRY HOLLAND oil on board - reclining nude, entitled on Martin Tinney Gallery label verso `Twist`, signed, 29 x 62cms ¦Provenance: collection of the late Richard Hutchings, Newport¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, original framing

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    Lot 317

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  • Lot 318

    Lot 318

    THOMAS RATHMELL oil over acrylic on canvas - mother and children on beach, signed and dated verso 1977, 28 x 38cms¦Provenance: collection of the late Richard Hutchings, Newport¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, neatly framed

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  • Lot 319

    Lot 319

    KEVIN SINNOTT oil on canvas - figure in robe, entitled verso on Bernard Jacobson Gallery label verso `Study for Steps`, 58 x 32cms¦Provenance: collection of the late Richard Hutchings, Newport¦Presentation & Condition: no problems other than surface marks, cleaning recommended, original framing

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    Lot 319

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  • Lot 321

    Lot 321

    CHRISTOPHER WILLIAMS (1873 - 1934) oil on canvas laid to board - entitled verso `The Interior of St Marks Venice` 24 x 22cms¦Provenance: collection of the late Richard Hutchings, Newport, inscribed verso `....painted on his honeymoon in 1904`¦Presentation & Condition: light surface scratches, later framed

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  • Lot 322

    Lot 322

    THOMAS RATHMELL oil on canvas - entitled verso `The Congregational Church of Newport, Victoria Road` circa 1970s, signed verso, 61 x 74cms¦Provenance: collection of the late Richard Hutchings, Newport, label verso `Picture on loan from Sir David J Davies`¦Presentation & Condition: surface marks, cleaning recommended, contemporaneous frame with Hessian mount (tired and stained)

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  • Lot 323

    Lot 323

    KEVIN SINNOTT oil on board - head portrait of moustached man, signed with initials, 20.5 x 25cms¦Provenance: collection of the late Richard Hutchings, Newport, shipping label suspended from the back for Bernard Jacobson Gallery¦Presentation & Condition: surface marks, cleaning recommended, contemporaneous frame

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  • Lot 324

    Lot 324

    KEVIN SINNOTT oil on board - head portrait of man resting his head, entitled verso `Study for the World` on Bernard Jacobson Gallery label, signed with initials, 26.5 x 20cms¦Provenance: collection of the late Richard Hutchings, Newport¦Presentation & Condition: contemporaneous frame

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  • Lot 325

    Lot 325

    KEVIN SINNOTT oil on board - crouched figure, entitled verso `Figure Study for large painting` on Bernard Jacobson Gallery label and Rogers Ramsay Gallery, Illinois, signed with initials, 34.5 x 26cms¦Provenance: collection of the late Richard Hutchings, Newport¦Presentation & Condition: contemporaneous frame

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    Lot 325

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  • Lot 326

    Lot 326

    KEVIN SINNOTT oil on board - three figures relaxing entitled verso `Untitled (Two Girls and a Man in Green)` on Bernard Jacobson Gallery label, signed with initials, 28 x 23.5cms¦Provenance: collection of the late Richard Hutchings, Newport¦Presentation & Condition: contemporaneous frame

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    Lot 326

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  • Lot 327

    Lot 327

    GYRTH RUSSELL oil on canvas - early career harbour scene, entitled verso on frame `Cardiff Docklands`, circa 1915-1920, signed, 44 x 68cms¦Provenance: collection of the late Richard Hutchings, Newport¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, framed in antique gilt frame

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    Lot 327

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  • Lot 328

    Lot 328

    EVELYN WILLIAMS oil on canvas - two girls, entitled verso `Friends` on Martin Tinney Gallery label, 122 x 107cms¦Provenance: collection of the late Richard Hutchings, Newport¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, unframed

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    Lot 328

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  • Lot 329

    Lot 329

    TED DUMMETT oil on board - coastal view with sunset and yachts, entitled verso `Evening Tide` and dated 1976, signed, 49 x 74cms¦Provenance: collection of the late Richard Hutchings, Newport¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, contemporaneous frame with Hessian type mount

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  • Lot 331

    Lot 331

    CARYS BRYN oil on canvas - two workhorses pulling against the elements, entitled verso `Cyd-Dynnu (Get On)`, 40 x 50cms¦Provenance: private collection Ynys Mon¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, box canvas in contemporary box frame

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  • Lot 332

    Lot 332

    CARYS BRYN oil on canvas - two standing horses in a landscape entitled verso `Taking a Fancy`, signed verso, 30 x 60cms¦Provenance: private collection Ynys Mon¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, box canvas in contemporary box frame

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  • Lot 333

    Lot 333

    ALFRED PROVIS (1843 - 1886) oil on panel - interior of a rustic dwelling, with mother seated peeling vegetables with her daughter standing, grandmother seated behind knitting, entitled verso `Interior of Welsh Farmhouse`, signed, 22 x 30.5cms¦Provenance: private collection, north Wales, purchased by vendor at Sotheby`s 2006, labels verso for Trafalgar Galleries Spring Exhibition 1966, and Victorian period handwritten title on original paper backing¦Presentation & Condition: finely presented on later gilt frame with artist and dates to title tablet, no apparent problems ¦

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  • Lot 334

    Lot 334

    PETER KETTLE oil on canvas - Eryri landscape, entitled `Tryfan, Above Llyn Ogwen`, signed, 20 x 26cms¦Provenance: West Country based consignee¦Presentation & Condition: no apparent problems, wooden box-frame

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    Lot 334

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  • Lot 335

    Lot 335

    PETER KETTLE oil on canvas - industrial scene at sunset, entitled `Port Talbot Steelworks - Kenfig`, signed, 20.5 x 26cms¦Provenance: West Country based consignee¦Presentation & Condition: no apparent problems, wooden box-frame

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    Lot 335

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  • Lot 336

    Lot 336

    PETER KETTLE oil on canvas laid to board - Gower coastal scene, entitled `Three Cliffs`, signed, 30 x 30cms¦Provenance: West Country based consignee¦Presentation & Condition: no apparent problems in good wooden box-frame¦

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    Lot 336

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  • Lot 337

    Lot 337

    PETER KETTLE oil on canvas - coastal scene, entitled `Ogmore Estuary`, 30 x 30cms¦Provenance: West Country based consignee¦Presentation & Condition: no apparent problems, good painted wooden box-frame

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  • Lot 338

    Lot 338

    CHARLES WYATT WARREN oil on board - desolate whitewashed house in mountain landscape, signed, 48 x 59cms¦Provenance: private collection, West Yorkshire¦Presentation & Condition: original Hessian mount and frame (tired), light cleaning recommended, no damage or losses

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    Lot 338

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  • Lot 339

    Lot 339

    CHARLES WYATT WARREN oil on board - Welsh landscape with whitewashed cottage, track and silver birch trees, signed, 18 x 33cms¦Provenance: private collection East Sussex¦Presentation & Condition: no apparent problems, original frame

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  • Lot 340

    Lot 340

    CHARLES WYATT WARREN oil on board - Snowdonia river scene with distant mountain and silver birch trees, signed in full, 23 x 54cms¦Provenance: private collection East Sussex¦Presentation & Condition: no apparent problems, original frame

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    Lot 340

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  • Lot 341

    Lot 341

    DONALD McINTYRE oil on canvas - coastal scene with cottages `Low Tide`, signed in full, 75 x 125cms¦Provenance: private collection north Wales¦Presentation & Condition: no apparent problems, framed

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    Lot 341

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  • Lot 342

    Lot 342

    DONALD McINTYRE early oil on board - colourful coastal cottages and beached boats, signed and entitled verso `Cordes`, 60 x 85cms¦Provenance: private collection north Wales¦Presentation & Condition: no apparent problems, framed

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    Lot 342

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  • Lot 343

    Lot 343

    LAUREN LINDEE acrylic on board - still life, flowers in a vase, signed, 24 x 20cms¦Provenance: private collection north Wales¦Presentation & Condition: no apparent problems, framed and glazed

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    Lot 343

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  • Lot 344

    Lot 344

    DONALD McINTYRE acrylic - entitled verso on artist`s handwritten label `The White Cottages`, signed with initials, 29 x 39cms¦Provenance: private collection, Llyn Peninsula¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, original framing, glazed

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    Lot 344

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  • Lot 345

    Lot 345

    DONALD McINTYRE acrylic - two figures on a fishing boat drawing into a cove, entitled verso on artist`s handwritten label `Narrow Passage`, signed with initials, 28 x 39cms¦Provenance: private collection Llyn Peninsula, sold to the present owner by David Rogers Jones while working at Morgan Evans Auctioneers, Ynys Mon, 1980s¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, original framing, glazed

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    Lot 345

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  • Lot 346

    Lot 346

    DAVID BARNES oil on canvas - north Wales coastal scene with winding road and cottages, signed with initials, 40 x 31cms¦Provenance: private collection, Cheshire¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, neatly framed

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    Lot 346

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  • Lot 347

    Lot 347

    DAVID BARNES oil on canvas - Pen Llyn coast with buildings, signed with initials, 40 x 51cms¦Provenance: private collection, Cheshire¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, neatly framed

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    Lot 347

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  • Lot 348

    Lot 348

    GWILYM PRICHARD oil on canvas - French landscape with buildings in summer, circa 1990s, signed, 48 x 71.5cms¦Provenance: private collection mid-Wales¦Auctioneer`s Note: believed to be Lesconil on the west coast of Brittany, a place that the artist revisited, attracted by blue skies and intense light which inspired a softer palette¦Presentation & Condition: no problem, good wooden moulded frame with French retailer`s label

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    Lot 348

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  • Lot 349

    Lot 349

    GWILYM PRICHARD mixed media on paper - old buildings with iron roof, entitled verso `Adfail (Ruin)`, signed with initials and fully verso with date 2005, 12.5 x 19.5cms¦Provenance: private collection mid-Wales¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, in deep mount with contemporary frame, glazed

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    Lot 349

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  • Lot 350

    Lot 350

    DAVID WOODFORD oil on card - Eryri mountains in cloud, entitled `Nant Ffrancon`, signed verso, 26 x 43cms¦Provenance: private collection mid-Wales¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, mount, frame and glaze¦

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    Lot 350

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  • Lot 351

    Lot 351

    JOHN ELWYN oil on canvas - early career still-life with fruit, signed verso and dated c.1937, 29 x 37cms¦Provenance: private collection mid-Wales¦Auctioneer`s Note: John Elwyn would have been around twenty-one and art school at Carmarthen and living at Emlyn Mill, his family home in Newcastle Emlyn. He painted still-life throughout his career in order to practise his observation skills. The first painting that Elwyn exhibited at Royal Academy was a flower study. This work is understood to be his earliest surviving still-life painting¦Presentation & Condition: no apparent problems other than surface dust, seemingly original antique-type gilt wooden frame

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    Lot 351

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  • Lot 352

    Lot 352

    JOHN ELWYN acrylic on paper - two figures in discussion, circa 1980s, signed with initials, 27 x 38cms¦Provenance: private collection mid-Wales¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, later framing with mount, glaze

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    Lot 352

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  • Lot 353

    Lot 353

    JOHN ELWYN oil on canvas - colourful semi-abstract landscape with lane and buildings, signed verso and dated 1981, 49 x 39cms¦Provenance: private collection mid-Wales¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, very nicely presented in wooden frame

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    Lot 353

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  • Lot 354

    Lot 354

    JOHN ELWYN acrylic on paper - entitled verso `Seascape with Honesty and China Dog`, John Elwyn Studio stamp to both sides, 52 x 71cms¦Provenance: private collection mid-Wales¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, framed and glazed

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    Lot 354

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  • Lot 355

    Lot 355

    JOHN ELWYN oil on board - reclining nude, entitled verso `Nude Study 7` with artist`s handwritten address and studio stamps to backboard and frame, circa 1989, 34 x 44.5cms¦Provenance: private collection mid-Wales¦Auctioneer`s Note: as a student, John Elwyn won a figure drawing prize at the Royal College of Art. For many years he taught life drawing at Portsmouth and Winchester Schools of Art. Between 1989 and 1991, he painted about twenty studies of female nudes in domestic interiors. Few were ever exhibited¦Presentation & Condition: no apparent problems, later framed¦

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  • Lot 356

    Lot 356

    EDWARD DUNCAN (1803 - 1882) oil on board - tranquil wetland at evening with female figure, cottage and birds, signed, 18 x 23cms¦Provenance: private collection mid-Wales¦Presentation & Condition: frame has some paint loss, Hessian mount, slight surface marks and surface scratches - minor

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    Lot 356

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  • Lot 357

    Lot 357

    RONALD LOWE oil on board - landscape in blues and greens, entitled verso `Pembrokeshire Nocturne`, circa 1960s, 38.5 x 49cms¦Provenance: private collection mid-Wales¦Presentation & Condition: neatly framed in contemporaneous box frame, no apparent problems

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    Lot 357

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  • Lot 358

    Lot 358

    DENIS MATHEWS (1913 - 1997) oil on canvas - study of a green parrot perched amongst flowers on a dish, unsigned, 32 x 40cms¦Provenance: private collection Buckinghamshire, purchased by vendor from the artist`s retrospective sale in Machynlleth in 1990s, the artist`s partner referred to the painting as `Dora Carrington`s Parrot`¦Auctioneer`s Note: Denis Mathews (1913 - 1997) was a well-known painter, printmaker, draughtsman and art critic. He was born in London, son of the Canadian artist Richard George Mathews, and studied at the Slade School 1930-33 and 1935-36. He exhibited with The London Group, Redfern Gallery and Agnews, and had his first one man show in 1947 at The Leicester Galleries. Mathews was secretary of The Contemporary Art Society 1945-56 and he illustrated `A Book of Burgundy` by Pierre Poupon and Pierre Forgeot, published in 1958. His work is represented in several public collections, including The Tate Gallery, Imperial War Museum and the Government Art Collection. He lived at Felin Bach in Brecon and signed his work simply `Denis`. ¦His first show was with Christopher Wood. The artist was particularly famous for his early paintings in Bali and when he stayed at chinese cotton co-operative during the Maoist era¦Presentation & Condition: painting in good condition, in old untidy frame, re framing recommended

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    Lot 358

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  • Lot 359

    Lot 359

    HYWEL HARRIES oil on board - Welsh coastal scene with houses, inscribed verso `Aberarth, Cards` (Cardiganshire), also inscribed `Painting at UCW Art Festival Nov. 1965 held at Town Hall, Buddug Morgan`, signed, 48 x 75cms¦Provenance: Cardiff private collection of Aberystwyth paintings¦Condition Report: no apparent problems, original framing

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    Lot 359

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  • Lot 360

    Lot 360

    HYWEL HARRIES oil on board - view of Aberystwyth harbour with boats, signed and dated 1970, 51 x 75cms¦Provenance: Cardiff private collection of Aberystwyth paintings, Phillips auction label verso¦Presentation & Condition: no apparent problems, frame appears to be later

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    Lot 360

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  • Lot 361

    Lot 361

    ALFRED WORTHINGTON (1834 - 1927) oil - Aberystwyth harbour with shipping and figures, signed, 53 x 78cms¦Provenance: Cardiff private collection of Aberystwyth paintings¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, very fresh, contemporary frame¦

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    Lot 361

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  • Lot 362

    Lot 362

    RICHARD O`CONNELL triptych oil on canvas connected by hooks - surreal view, entitled `Beach Gym, Penarth`, signed, 120 x 100cms and (2 x) 100 x 29cms¦Provenance: Vale of Glamorgan consignee¦Presentation & Condition: no apparent problems, unframed

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    Lot 362

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  • Lot 363

    Lot 363

    CHARLES WYATT WARREN oil on board - Welsh river landscape with birch trees, signed, 23 x 53cms¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, slight dirt to surface of paint, modern frame, unglazed.

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  • Lot 364

    Lot 364

    JAMES HARRIS OF SWANSEA (1810 - 1887) oil on canvas - bay with figures mending nets, sailing ship and buildings beyond, signed bottom left within oblong block, 51 x 69cms¦Provenance: private collection, west Wales¦Presentation & Condition: restored canvas, re-laid and probably reduced slightly in our opinion, craqueleur but stable

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  • Lot 365

    Lot 365

    DAVID SMITH RE oil on board - impasto study of a World War I anti-submarine tower, entitled verso `The Nab Tower, The Solent`, signed with initials and dated 1984, 31 x 26cms¦Provenance: private collection Vale of Glamorgan¦Auctioneer`s Note: the artist was the Official Artist on board British Antarctic Survey`s annual relief voyage in 1975. The extensive series of oil paintings which resulted from these voyages was exhibited at the Commonwealth Institute and illustrated Gordon Elliott Fogg`s book The Explorations of Antarctica (1990)¦In the early 1980s, the BAS commissioned Smith to record the lighthouses of England and Wales as many of the remaining active stations were being automated¦Presentation & Condition: no problems with painting other than two very small scuffs / losses to corners, probably from framing, fabric mount and frame, frame has scratches and losses

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  • Lot 366

    Lot 366

    GARETH THOMAS oil on paper / board - landscape with figure walking, entitled verso `Winter Snow Scene`, signed and dated 1986, 16.5 x 24cms¦Provenance: private collection Vale of Glamorgan, Albany Gallery label¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, neatly framed and glazed, slight nicks to frame only

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    Lot 366

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  • Lot 367

    Lot 367

    NICK JOHN REES oil on canvas - coastal scene, entitled verso `Bright Evening Light Over the Holmes, Bristol Channel`, signed verso, 30 x 30cms¦Provenance: Vale of Glamorgan consignee¦Presentation & Condition: no apparent problems, box frame

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  • Lot 368

    Lot 368

    NICK JOHN REES large oil on canvas - bright day on a Pen Llyn beach with two yachts, entitled verso `Orange Buoys Abersoch`, signed verso, 90 x 60cms¦Provenance: Vale of Glamorgan consignee¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, box frame

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  • Lot 369

    Lot 369

    NICK JOHN REES oil on canvas - Brecon Beacons landscape with tumbling stream, entitled verso `After the Rain, near Storey Arms`, signed verso, 69.5 x 50cms¦Provenance: Vale of Glamorgan consignee¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, framed

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  • Lot 370

    Lot 370

    NICK JOHN REES oil on canvas - large Swansea coastal scene with sailing boat, entitled verso `Overnight Mooring, Port Eynon`, signed verso, 100 x 100cms¦Provenance: Vale of Glamorgan consignee¦Presentation & Condition: no apparent problems, box canvas in painted wooden frame

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    Lot 370

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  • Lot 371

    Lot 371

    SIR KYFFIN WILLIAMS RA oil on board - boy and dog in a street, entitled verso `Street in Belgium, Saint-Valery-sur-Somme`, signed with initials, 40 x 29cms¦Provenance: consigned Oxfordshire, letter written by vendor`s mother recalling a conversation with Sir Kyffin `...picture was painted in 1952/3, that what he remembered vividly was the quiet of the small town. At the time he was there, there was also a party of German `wild-fowlers` who appeared quite oblivious to the plaques on the walls of many of the houses noting the names, ages of the recent occupants who had apparently been killed during the German occupation in the 1939-45 War. He was quite profoundly disturbed by this seeming indifference`¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, neatly framed

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    Lot 371

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  • Lot 372

    Lot 372

    ANDREW VICARI oil on board - French landscape, entitled on artist`s French label verso `Cottages au Bord de La Riviere` and dated 1965 - 1966, signed, 59 x 88cms¦Provenance: private collection, Cardiff¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, neatly framed

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  • Lot 373

    Lot 373

    CHARLES WYATT WARREN oil on board - Y Wyddfa (Snowdon) from Llyn Mymbyr, signed and signed verso with artist`s original address, 36 x 74cms¦Provenance: private collection north Wales¦Presentation & Condition: no apparent problems, later framed

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    Lot 373

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  • Lot 374

    Lot 374

    DAVID WOODFORD oil on board - dramatic clouds over Lavan Sands, signed, 20 x 30cms¦Provenance: private collection, north Wales¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, framed and glazed

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    Lot 374

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  • Lot 375

    Lot 375

    HUW JONES oil on board - naive style Welsh thatched cottage, signed in full, 31 x 33cms¦Provenance: private collection north Wales¦Presentation & Condition: no apparent problems, framed and glazed

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    Lot 375

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  • Lot 376

    Lot 376

    RALPH SPILLER oil on board - terraces at Mountain Ash, signed with initials and dated 2002, 47 x 59cms¦Provenance: private collection north Wales¦Presentation & Condition: no apparent problems, framed and glazed

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    Lot 376

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  • Lot 377

    Lot 377

    DONALD McINTYRE early oil on board - colourful depiction of houses, signed in full, circa 1966, 39 x 49cms¦Provenance: deceased estate north Wales¦Presentation & Condition: may benefit from light clean, appears to be original Hessian mount frame

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    Lot 377

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  • Lot 378

    Lot 378

    ANDREW McCUTCHEON acrylic - abstract landscape, initialled and signed, label verso with artist`s Llandeilo address, 36 x 55cms¦Provenance: private collection north Wales, unwritten provenance but purchased 1995 at Plas Glyn y Weddw at Llanbedrog¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, framed and glazed

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    Lot 378

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  • Lot 379

    Lot 379

    KIM DEWSBURY oil on canvas - still-life with jar, entitled `Blackcurrants`, monogrammed, 19.5 x 19.5cms¦Provenance: private collection north Wales¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, neatly framed

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    Lot 379

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  • Lot 380

    Lot 380

    JAMES CHARLTON oils and glass on board, a pair - wild black and white landscape scenes, signed and dated November `01 verso, each 15 x 15cms ¦Provenance: private collection north Wales¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, in deep box type frames

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    Lot 380

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  • Lot 381

    Lot 381

    MARTIN LLEWELYN oil on board - coastal scene, signed with initials and entitled verso `Rocks, Abereiddy` and with original Albany Gallery label verso, 44 x 59cms¦Provenance: private collection Norfolk¦Presentation & Condition: no apparent problems, framed (scuffs to frame)

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    Lot 381

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  • Lot 382

    Lot 382

    ALAN WILLIAMS acrylic - whitewashed Eryri cottages, entitled verso `Carneddau Cottages`, signed, 33 x 52cms¦Provenance: Cardiff consignee¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, neatly framed and glazed

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    Lot 382

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  • Lot 383

    Lot 383

    ALAN WILLIAMS acrylic - working figure on the beach, entitled verso `Cocklepicker Ferryside`, signed, 49 x 33.5cms¦Provenance: Cardiff consignee¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, neatly framed and glazed

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    Lot 383

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  • Lot 384

    Lot 384

    ALAN WILLIAMS acrylic - harbour with numerous boats, entitled verso `Abersoch 2`, signed, 33 x 52cms¦Provenance: Cardiff consignee¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, neatly framed and glazed

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    Lot 384

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  • Lot 385

    Lot 385

    ALAN WILLIAMS acrylic - estuary with cottages, entitled verso `Abersoch`, signed, 33 x 52cms¦Provenance: Cardiff consignee¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, neatly framed and glazed

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    Lot 385

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  • Lot 386

    Lot 386

    ALAN WILLIAMS acrylic - Llangennith, Gower, with whitewashed cottages and figures, signed, 29 x 53cms¦Provenance: Cardiff consignee¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, neatly framed and glazed

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    Lot 386

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  • Lot 387

    Lot 387

    ANDREW VICARI oil on board - canal with two boats and trees, entitled verso on artist`s handwritten label `Moorings` and dated 1967 and with additional French label verso, signed, 59 x 59cms¦Provenance: private collection, Cardiff, label inscribed `listed No.20 in the catalogue of my Welsh Retrospective Exhibition at Llanelli 1967`¦Presentation & Condition: no problems, neatly framed

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    Lot 387

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