Spring Antique

Thursday 11th March 2021

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Lot 21

CIRCLE OF TERRY FROST (1915-2003). Three various abstract compositions 'ARGO II' and 'ARGO IIV', bears signatures lower left, mixed media and collage on paper, unframed, smallest 6 x 9 cm, largest 18 x 20 cm (3)

Hammer price: £35

Estimate: £30-50

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Lot 22

CIRCLE OF JOHN PIPER (1903-1992). A wooded landscape with hills beyond, bears signature lower right, mixed media on paper, unframed, 25 x 17 cm

Hammer price: £30

Estimate: £30-50

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Lot 23

WILLIAM WALCOTT (1847-1943). A cathedral interior with numerous figures, signed in pencil lower right, etching on paper, framed and glazed, 17 x 18 cm

Hammer price: £60

Estimate: £60-80

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Lot 24

MARJORIE COX (1915-2003). 'Judy and Liz', signed lower right and dated 1964, pastel, framed and glazed, 36.5 x 44.5 cm

Hammer price: £75

Estimate: £30-50

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Lot 25

(XIX). Half length portrait study of a young woman in a blue dress, unsigned, watercolour and gouache on paper laid on panel, framed and glazed, 14 x 12 cm

Hammer price: £230

Estimate: £250-350

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Lot 26

AFTER LOUIS WAIN (1860 - 1939). A vintage study of ten cats at a dining table saying grace, signed in plate lower right, coloured lithographic print on paper, framed and glazed, 15 x 48 cm

Estimate: £40-60

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Lot 27

J. A. GREEN. A folder of various sketches of mainly town scenes, signed in plate, watercolours, pen and inks, lithographs and prints on paper, unframed, smallest 13 x 9 cm, largest 34 x 32 cm (quantity)

Estimate: £40-60

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Lot 28

(XIX). Portrait study of a continental woman with feathered hat, unsigned, mixed media on panel, framed and glazed, 13 x 9 cm

Estimate: £150-200

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Lot 29

CECIL ALDIN (1870-1935). 'Old Manor Houses Ightham Mote House - The Courtyard', coloured print, signed in pencil to the margin, framed and glazed, 41 x 28 cm

Hammer price: £28

Estimate: £30-50

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Lot 30

JULIAN HARTNOLL. Two Christmas cards signed by Hartnoll and dated 1987 and 1984, one lithograph the other gold paint, together with a wood engraving by GEORGE MACKLEY. 'Coltsfoot', and etching of a squirrel on a branch, a little book of cats by alice and a coloured etching signed in pencil 'Journeys of Icarus I' 95 / 95 title page, smallest 7 x 10 cm, largest 48 x 48 cm

Estimate: £40-60

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Lot 31

AN EARLY PORTRAIT STUDY OF THE PHILOSOPHER FRIDERICUS PENDASIUS, pencil on paper, unsigned, unframed, 18 x 14 cm

Estimate: £50-70

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Lot 32

C. SPENCELAYH (XX). Study of a seated gentleman with beard and moustache, signed lower right, pencil on paper, unframed, 33 x 22 cm

Hammer price: £160

Estimate: £50-70

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Lot 33

LOUIS RAEMAEKERS (1869-1956). Dutch school, four various satirical First World War scenes, all signed in pencil lower right, lithographs on paper, unframed, average 32 x 25 cm

Hammer price: £160

Estimate: £20-40

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Lot 34

GEORGE VERNON STOKES (1873-1954) study of a Labrador fetching a mallard, signed in pencil lower left, limited edition coloured etching on paper 45/75, unframed, 20 x 28 cm

Hammer price: £70

Estimate: £40-60

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Lot 35

GEORGE VERNON STOKES (1873-1954) study of a springer spaniel fetching a game bird from the lake, signed lower left to middle in pencil, limited edition coloured etching on paper 52/75, unframed, 25 x 29 cm

Hammer price: £45

Estimate: £40-60

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Lot 36

EILEEN ALICE SOPER (1905-1990) 'A Fairy Posy' inscribed, signed in pencil, lower right, etching on paper, unframed, 17 x 9 cm

Hammer price: £50

Estimate: £80-120

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Lot 37

EARLY PRE-RAPHAELITE STYLE, oval head study of a young child, signed with monogram middle to lower left, red chalk on paper, unframed, 32 x 26 cm

Hammer price: £32

Estimate: £40-60

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Lot 38

WILLIAM ARNOLD FOSTER. Watching for German submarines from an airship off the Ulster coast, see inscription verso, signed with monogram and dated 1918 lower left, pastel on paper laid on card, unframed, 47 x 31 cm

Hammer price: £150

Estimate: £70-100

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Lot 39

(XX). English school, rural landscape with hop pickers, unsigned, pen and ink on paper laid on card, unframed, 73 x 51 cm

Hammer price: £80

Estimate: £20-40

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Lot 40

N.B.?? (XX). French school, figures and horses by a boating lake, signed lower right, gouache on card, framed and glazed, 16 x 23 cm

Hammer price: £45

Estimate: £60-80

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