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Sale type & date:

Fine Art, Pictures and Furniture on Friday 16th May 2003

Lot numbers:

1263-1307 of 1475

Lot

Description & Estimate

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Hammer Price

1263

A MAHOGANY STICK BAROMETER the stem with feather veneer, brass register plate signed P. Caminada, Taunton, 37 1/2in. (95.5cm.) high See illustration 250-350 Not separately supplied

Nil

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1264 A WALNUT STICK BAROMETER the bowfront case set with a mercury themometer, the ivory register plates signed Callaghan, 23 New Bond Street, London, 39 1/2in. (100cm. ) high See illustration 600-900 Not separately supplied

Nil

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1700
1265 A MAHOGANY WHEEL BAROMETER silvered dial, the neck set with convex looking glass and an alcohol thermomter, indistinctly signed, 38in. (97cm.) high See illustration 200-300 Not separately supplied

Nil

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300
1281 A 17TH CENTURY OAK GATELEG TABLE with an oval top, a drawer to each end, on slender baluster turned legs, 49in. (125cm.) wide See illustration 600-900 Not separately supplied

Nil

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550
1282 A GEORGE III OAK CORNER CUPBOARD with a swan neck pediment enclosed by a geometrically glazed door, 25in. (64cm.) wide See illustration 350-450 Not separately supplied

Nil

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360
1283 A 17TH CENTURY OAK GATELEG TABLE a drawer to the frieze, 44in. (112cm.) wide See illustration 700-800 Not separately supplied

Nil

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1284 A 17TH CENTURY OAK COFFER 52in. (132cm.) wide See illustration 300-400 Not separately supplied

Nil

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400
1285 A 17TH CENTURY OAK SIDE TABLE 32in. (82cm.) wide See illustration 300-400 Not separately supplied

Nil

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540
1286 A 17TH CENTURY OAK TABLE the rising top on leather hinges, enclosing a shallow well to the frieze, 19 3/4in. (50cm.) wide See illustration 150-200 Not separately supplied

Nil

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720
1287 AN OAK DRESSER the superstructure with four short drawers, the lower part fitted with two short drawers above a boarded recess flanked by a pair of twin panelled doors, on bracket feet, 71 1/4in. (181cm.) high See illustration 800-1200 Not separately supplied

Nil

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800
1288 A BEECH AND ELM WINDSOR ARMCHAIR with a pierced Gothic back and cabriole legs 150-200 Not separately supplied

Nil

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220
1289 A 17TH CENTURY OAK GATELEG TABLE with an oval top, a frieze drawer at each end and a baluster turned underframe, 48in. (222cm.) wide See illustration 1000-1200 Not separately supplied

Nil

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1000
1290 A 17TH CENTURY OAK COFFER the plain top and triple panelled front with a lunette frieze carved rail, 46 3/4in. (119cm.) wide 280-320 Not separately supplied

Nil

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300
1291 THE SWANSEA "STATE" BEDAn oak tester bed constructed in parts from 17th century elements,the headboard with a pair of foliate carved panels between caryatids,the foot with spiral twist columns flanking a pair of strapwork carved panels, the tester with a central geometrically coffered panel surrounded by panels of foliate carving, the foot rail set with a silver cartouche inscribed Their Royal Highnesses The Prince and Princess of Wales slept in this bed on the 17th and 18th October 1881 while staying with Henry HusseyVivian MP at Singleton Swansea 189cm wide,270cm high, 214cm Not separately supplied

Nil

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3800
1292 A YEW WOOD WINDSOR ARMCHAIR with pierced vase splat and cowhorn stretcher See illustration 250-350 Not separately supplied

Nil

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1293 A 17TH CENTURY OAK SIDE TABLE 33in. (84cm.) wide 600-700 Not separately supplied

Nil

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1294 A PAIR OF MID 15TH CENTURY OAK PEW ENDS, PROBABLY EAST ANGLIAN of poppy head type, now set into a pew, constructed from old elements, 63in. (160cm.) long See illustration Not separately supplied

Nil

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1295 A 17TH CENTURY OAK CUPBOARD with a dentil embossed frieze, fitted with triple panelled drawer, above a pair of geometrically coffered doors, inlaid with ebony and ivory, an architectural panelled door beneath flanked by arched panels, 54in. (137cm.) high x 44 3/4in. (114cm.) wide See illustration 1000-1200 Not separately supplied

Nil

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1296 A GEORGE III OAK PLATE RACK 51in. (130cm.) high x 53in. (154cm.) wide 200-400 Not separately supplied

Nil

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240
1297 AN OAK HERTFORDSHIRE TYPE CRICKET TABLE the circular top with three hinged flaps on turned legs joined by stretchers, 35 1/2in. (90cm.) dia. See illustration 300-400 Not separately supplied

Nil

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300
1298 AN OAK COURT CUPBOARD the upper part enclosed by a pair of chip carved panel doors, the projected lower part fitted with a panelled frieze drawer above a pair of panelled doors, 40in. (102cm.) wide 500-700 Not separately supplied

Nil

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460
1299 A 17TH CENTURY OAK GATELEG TABLE with an oval top and baluster turned underframe, 38in. (97cm.) wide See illustration 300-400 Not separately supplied

Nil

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1300 A 17TH CENTURY OAK BOX with foliate carved front and lunette carved sides, now on turned feet, 17 1/2in. (70cm.) wide See illustration 100-150 Not separately supplied

Nil

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130
1301 AN OAK DRESSER fitted with three short frieze drawers above a shaped apron on slender turned tapering legs, joined by a stretcher shelf, on bracket feet, 56in. (142cm.) wide See illustration 500-600 Not separately supplied

Nil

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800
1302 A GEORGE III OAK SINGLE FLAP TABLE the triangular top on turned legs with pad feet, 32in. (81cm.) wide See illustration 250-350 Not separately supplied

Nil

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360
1303 A GEORGE III OAK CORNER CUPBOARD the bowfront enclosed by a pair of solid doors, all with mahogany bandings, now on a short plinth with central drawer, 48in. (122cm.) high overall See illustration 250-350 Not separately supplied

Nil

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1304 A GEORGE III OAK CHEST OF DRAWERS fitted with two short and three long drawers, 38 1/2in. (98cm.) wide See illustration 250-350 Not separately supplied

Nil

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300
1305 A 17TH CENTURY OAK COFFER with plank top, twin panelled front carved with lozenges, the rails with foliage, 37 1/2in. (95cm.) wide See illustration 200-250 Not separately supplied

Nil

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320
1306 A YEW AND ELM WINDSOR ARMCHAIR with pierced vase splat, the baluster legs with cowhorn stretcher, the seat stamped Taylor's, Grantham 250-350 Not separately supplied

Nil

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400
1307 A YEW AND ELM WINDSOR ARMCHAIR with a pierced vase splat and cowhorn stretcher 200-300 Not separately supplied

Nil

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520

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