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KXHTG EBV^AXIB XV. 
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CATALOGUE 

OF 

THE CELEBRATED COLLECTION 

OF 

WOEKS OF AET, 

FROM THE 

BYZANTINE PERIOD to that of LOUIS SEIZE, 

OF THAT DISTINGUISHED COKLECTOH, 

RALPH BERNAL, Esq., Deceased; 

ALSO, OF THE 

BEAUTIFUL DECORATIVE FURNITURE AND 
SERVICE OF PLATE: 

WHICH (by ORDER OF THE EXECUTORS) 

WL'M. 1)c Sols 6i) aucfion, bs 

MESSRS. CHRISTIE & MANSON, 

AT THE MANSION, 

No. 93, EATON SQUARE, 



COMMENCING 



On MONDAY, MARCH the 5th, 1855, 

AT OSrS O'CXiOCS PBECZSSIiT. 



The Collection may be publicly viewed on Thursday, March 1st, 
and two following Days, from 10 to 4 o'clock, with Catalogues only, 
price Eight Shillings, to admit Three Persons. 



CONDITIONS OF vSALE. 



I. THE highest Bidder to be the Buyer; and if any dispute arise 
between two or more Bidders, the Lot so in dispute shall be 
immediately put up again and re-sold. 

II. No person to advance less than l.y.; above Five Pounds, 5s. ; and 
so on in proportion. 

III. The Purchasers to give in their Names and Places of Abode, and 

to pay down 5^, in the Pound, or more, in part of payment, or 
the whole of the Purchase-Money, if required ; in default of 
which, the Lot or Lots so purchased to be immediately put up 
again and re-sold. 

IV. The Lots to be taken away, with all faults and errors of description, 

at tfie Buyer's expense and risk, within Two Days from the 
Sale; Messrs. Christie and Manson not considering them- 
selves answerable for the correct description or authenticity of 
any Lot, 

V. To prevent inaccuracy in delivery, and inconvenience in the settle- 
ment of the Purchases, no Lot can on any account be removed 
during the time of Sale ; and the remainder of the Purchase- 
Money must absolutely be paid on delivery, 

VI. Upon failure of complying with the above Conditions, the Money 
deposited in part of payment shall be forfeited ; all Lots un- 
cleared within the time aforesaid shall be re-sold by public or 
private Sale, and the deficiency (if any) attending such re-sale 
shall be made good by the Defaulter at this Sale. 



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I HAVE been requested to write a few introductory lines to this 
Catalogue, and feel it is one of the greatest compliments that could 
have been paid to me. Nothing I can say would enhance the value 
of such a collection, and I cannot therefore look on the request in 
any other light than that of a delicate mode of conferring upon me 
the privilege of publicly expressing the respect and regard which I have 
for nearly thirty years entertained for the kind friend, whose sudden 
and unexpected loss I so deeply deplore. 

Distinguished amongst English Antiquaries by the perfection of his 
taste, as well as the extent of his knowledge, the difficulty of imposing 
upon him was increased by the necessity of the fabrication being fine 
enough in form, colour, or workmanship to rival the masterpiece it 
simulated : to be, in fact, itself a gem of art, which it would not pay to 
produce as a relic of antiquity. Mr. Bernal could be tempted by 
nothing that was inferior. Even his Pictures, though avowedly not 
selected for their value as paintings, but for their illustration of costume, 
have probably, taken as a whole, more merit in them than any similar 
collection in Europe. I am not presuming to oflPer this as my own 
opinion ; I but echo that which I have so often beard from the lips of 
men considered the highest authorities in such matters, both amateurs 
and dealers. 

With the treasures thus garnered up, it would be an honor to any 
antiquary to have his name in any way associated; and I can only 
repeat that mine has no claim to such a distinction, unless it be that 
I yield to none in regret for the departed, and in sympathy for his 
bereaved family. 

J. R. PLANCHE. 
January 1855. 

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ORDER OF SALE. 



Day. Date. 

1. Monday, March 5 

2. Tuesday, March 6 . 

3. Wednesday, March 7 

4. Thursday, March 8 . 

5. Friday, March 9 . . 

6. Saturday, March 10 

7. Monday, March 12 . 

8. Tuesday, March 13 . 

9. Wednesday, March 14 

10. Thursday, March 15 

11. Friday, March 16 . 

12. Monday, March 19 . 

13. Tuesday, March 20 . 

14. Wednesday, March 21 

15. Thursday, March 22 

16. Friday, March 23 . 

17. Saturday, March 24 

18. Monday, March 26 . 

19. Tuesday, March 27 . 

20. Wednesday, March 28 

21. Thursday, March 29 



Subject. Page 
Oriental, Dresden, and Sevres 

Porcelain 7 

The same, continued 14 

The same, co?iti?iifed ..*... 21 

German, Dresden, and Sevres . . 28 

Capo di Monte, Chelsea,' Dresden, 

and Sevres 35 

Portraits 43 

Portraits 54 

Portraits 70 

Miniatures «... 85 

Portraits and Miniatures .... 92 

MedicEval Metal Work, and Ecclesi- 
astical Silver 99 

Mediceval Jewellery, and Silver Plate 110 

Limoges, Dresden, and Oriental 

Enamels 124 

Carvings in Ivory, and Curiosities . 136 

Faenza Ware 143 

Faenza Ware \Q\ 

Faenza and Palis sy Ware . . . .176 

Armour, Arms, and Stained Glass . 188 

Armour, and Arms I99 

Armour, and Oriental Ar)7}s . . .211 

Armour, Cap a Pie Suits, and Artns 222 



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SECOND PART. 

Day. Date. Subject. Page 

22. Tuesday, April 17 . . Venetian and German Glass, and 

Gris de Flandres 234 

23. Wednesday, April 18 . The same 243 

24. Thursday, April 19 . The same 253 

2^. Friday, April 20 . . The same 263 

26. Monday, April 23 . . Ancient Spoons, Knives and Forks, 

Bijouterie, and Seals 272 

27. Tuesday, April 24 . . Ancient Keys, Porcelain, and En- 

amelled Snuff Boxes 286 

28. "Wednesday, April 25 . Carved Ivory and Wood Spoons, and 

Snuff Boxes 301 

29. Thursday, April 26 . . Watches, Clocks, and Compasses . 316 

30. Friday, April 27 . . . The Service of Silver and Silver- Gilt 

Plate, and Medals 334 

31. Saturday, April 28 . . Decorative Furniture 341 

32. Monday, April 30 . . The same 352 




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CATALOGUE. 



First Days Sale. 



On MONDAY, MARCH 5, 1855, 



AT ONE O CLOCK PRF.CISELV. 



.ORIENTAL PORCELAIN. 

1 A very curious plafe, pencilled with oriental characters in gold, 

alternately with red lines 

2 A plate, with openwork border and female figures 

3 One, with a subject of figures 

4 A cup, cover, and stand, green, with flowers, the ground slightly 

indented 

5 A plate, pink, with circular ornaments, crimson 

6 A basin, with leaves of flowers, the outside light brown, with flowers 

and birds 
^ /^^ /7 A very rare cup and cover, deep blue, covered inside and out with 
honeysuckle branches, turquoise 

8 A small basin, deep blue, richly enamelled with flowers 

9 Another, with flowers in compartments, on red and green ground 



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10 A beautiful while basin, with flowers of delicate buff coleur, mounted 

with a rim of silver gilt 

1 1 A basin, with birds and foliage, in gold and colours 

Z''^*^— 42 A pair of figures of Josses, in arbours, turquoise, mounted with 
or-moulu nozzles for lights 

13 A basin, cover^ and stand, light blue, wiih flowers in small circles, 

the surface slightly indented 

14 A basin, cover, and stand, of old japan, with flowers on red ground : 

mounted, with rims and handle of silver 

15 An oviform bottle, with chrysanthemums and birds, a blue lizard 

on the neck, mounted, with plinth, handles, and top of or-moulu 
— 11 in. high 

16 A small blue vase, mounted, with plinth, handles, and rim of or- 

moulu — 10 in. high 

/^ — 17 A beautiful vase, red ground, with Chinese figures in medallions, 
and butterflies above : mounted, with goat's head handles with 
festoons beneath, plinth and top of or-moulu — 13 in. high 

'>.-S'-o\'^ A pair of vases, blue, with white chrysanthemums and foliage 
pencilled with dark blue and brown, mounted, with mask 
handles and festoons, plinths and lips of ormoulu — 9 in. high 
19 A very curious tall jug, with red dragon handle and crimson spout, 
the surface covered with crimson and white powers, enamelled 
on yellow ground — 15^ in. high 

£ -— - '20 A flat vase and cover, with chrysanthemums on white waved 

t/A/^^</' ground : mounted, with stem and rim of or-moulu — 9 in. 

diameter 

/> — 21 The companion 

Tf^-^/r 22 A pair of globular vessels, with handles and spouts of fine old 
japan, with figures delicately pencilled with gold, and chrysan- 
themums raised 

23 A plate, uith a Chinese lady at work, red and black border; and 

one, with flowers on a scroll 

24 A dish, with birds and flowers, and white flowers raised on the 

border 

25 A scalloped dish, with water birds and flowers on yellow border, 

turquoise outside ; and a richly enamelled japan plate 



DRESDEN. 

EARLY BOTTCHER WARE. 

26 A pair of cups and saucers^ red, with Chinese figures on the 

exterior, and a shield of arms inside 

27 A coffee pot; a sucrier and cover; and a cup and saucer, deep 

chocolate, with figures and arabesques in gold 

28 A square red teapot, with Chinese flowers, raised ; a tea canister, 

with cypher and figures in silver on chocolate ground; and a 
cup, of white, with figures and animals, raised 

29 A globular coffee pot, with figures and flowers in silver on deep 

chocolate ground 

30 A coffee pot, with shields of arms — similar 

31 A globular jug, with shield of arms and Chinese figures in silver, 

on deep crimson ground 

32 A globular teapot, in imitation of black and gold japan, with 

beautifully chased silver mountings 

DRESDEN. 

33 A cup, cover, and saucer, deep blue, with subjects of Belisarius and 

Calisto 

34 A cup, gros bleu, with cupids ; and 3 saucers, gros bleu, pencilled 

with gold 

35 A plate, with the bust of Hercules 

36 A pair of small octagonal cups and saucers, seagreen "ground, with 

landscapes 

37 A beautiful coftee pot, cover, and stand ; and a basin, tea caddy, 

and cup and saucer, scalloped, with conversations of figures 
after Watteau, and flowers on yellow ground 

38 A coffee pot anel cover; and a basin and cover, pale crimson 

ground, with landscapes and figures 

39 A larger coffee pot — nearly similar 

40 A scalloped teacup and coffee cup, with saucers, painted with 

seaports and military scenes, yellow ground 

41 A pair of cips and saucers, with seaports, and arms of a Saxon count 



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42 A cup and saucer, witli landscapes and figures, yellow ground 

43 A two-handled cup, cover, and stand, yellow, with eight small land- 

scapes and figures 

44 A chocolate pot and cover ; a hot-milk pot, cover, and stand ; and 

a cup and saucer, a la reine, blue scale ground, with musical 
conversations after Watteau 

45 A small oval compotiere, cover, and stand, crimson scale ground, 

with exotic birds 

46 A coffee cup and saucer, chocolate ground, with minute figures 

47 An ewer and cover, seagreen, with eight landscape and river 

scenes 

48 A small coffee pot, painted with views 

49 A plate, green ground pencilled with gold, and five river scenes 

50 A PAIR OF SMALL SCEAUX, scalloped, each with eight small 

subjects of figures, and silver-gilt handles 

51 A coffee pot and cover, with vines and grapes, raised, in colours 

and gold 

52 A plate, deep blue border, with cupids in bistre 

53 Another, with light blue openwork edge, with a review in the 

environs of Dracha 

54 Another, deep blue, with Cupid holding a pallette and a wreath 

55 A fruit sucrier and cover, green, with figures champetre 

56 A pair of beautiful scalloped cups and saucers, with figures after 

Watteau, and flowers on gold ground 
~57 Two cups and saucers — nearly similar 

58 A pair of cups and saucers, with flowers on gold ground 

59 A pair — nearly similar 

GO A pair of scalloped cups and saucers, with seaports and buildings 

61 A pair of scalloped trays, with seaports 

62 A pair of scalloped cups and saucers, with peasants 

i63 A cup and saucer, with raised frieze of figures, in imitation of 

gems 
'64 A cup, cover, and saucer, with views in Dresden 

65 Another, with medallion portraits of Angelica Kauffmann and 
Ariadne on the saucer 

66 Another, with a lady and children in landscapes 



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67 A cup and saucer, deep blue, with bouquets of flowers 

68 Another, small, with figures after Watteau; and a scalloped ditto, 

with minute figures 

69 Two cups and saucers, seagreen, with seaports 

70 A cup and saucer, with figures on the Elbe, gold ground 

71 One, deep blue, with Neptune, Hippomenes, and Atalanta 

72 A cup and saucer, scalloped, crimson, with flowers encrusted in 

imitation of oriental 

73 Another, with landscapes and figures, yellow ground 

74 A pair, with Chinese figures and leaves raised, 1739 

75 One, seagreen, with Chinese figures 

76 A beautiful cup, cover, and stand, by Carl Theodore, crimson, with 

medallions of cupids 
n Another, with domestic poultry 

78 A cup and saucer, pink, with seaports 

79 One, small, nearly similar 

80 Another, deep blue, with river scenes 

81 One, with deep blue, with landscapes and figures 

82 One, with green border and cupids, in pink 

'',. /-/-^3 A dejeune, with blue scale borders, and figures after Watteau; 
y / ^^^5^ consisting of teapot, coffee pot, and two cups and saucers 

84 A teapot, crimson, with conversations after Watteau 

85 An ecuelle, cover, and stand, crimson, with subjects after Watteau, 

and twisted vegetable stalk handles 

86 A small square plateau, with five river scenes, and gold borders 

f _ 87 A BEAUTIFUL OVAL TWO-HANDLED PlATEAU, grOS bleU, with 

five compositions of architecture and figures 

88 A MAGNIFICENT OVAL Plateau, deep blue, with cupids holding 

a shield, inscribed, and doves and wreaths in the borders 

• » jc 89 A PAIR OF SUPERB OVIFORM Vases, the ground encrusted with 

y ' Xf) forget-me-nots, each with two conversations after Watteau on 

gold ground, surrounded by raised flowers, mounted with or- 

moulu in the best taste 

90 An ecuelle, cover, and stand, the ground encrusted with may- 
flowers, with two military scenes and shields of arms, sur- 
mounted by a female bust 



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9 91 A beautifiil egg-shaped scalloped vase, with two conversations 

' ^ ^ after Watteau, and flowers on gold ground, on three feet, with 

^ flowers raised, mounted with silver gilt 



SEVRES. 

92 A cup and saucer, with blue ribbon border, and roses in com- 

partments 

93 One, apple green, with exotic birds in compartments 
/ y ^94 One, gros bleu and green, with cupids 

^ .y- .95 One, green and rose du Barri, painted with exotic birds 

' 96 One, green, with bouquets of flowers, in compartments 
^"^ — "97 One, green, with Venus chastising Cupid, and a dog, in a land- 
scape 

98 One, with two children, and a trophy of the vintage 

99 One, green and rose du Barri, with bouquets of flowers 

*" ' — 100 One, green, with two subjects of figures and merchandise after 

Lingelbach 
^^ 101 One, green, with exotic birds and flowers 

102 One, green, with small flowers in compartments 
/P — 103 One, rose du Barri and green, with exotic birds 
'/..S 104 One, gros bleu and green, with cupids 
/t^ ^^105 One, gros bleu and green, with children after Boucher 

106 One, green, with baskets of fruits 

107 One, apple green, with two subjects of cupids 

108 One, turquoise, with exotic birds 

109 One, green, with flowers 

110 A small cup, cover, and stand, rose du Barri and green, with 

festoons of flowers 

111 A small two-handled cup, with alternate stripes of green, and 

wreaths of flowers 
/;^^\112 A BEAUTIFUL EcuELLE, CovER, AND Stand, gros bleu, ex- 
'^'■^ ' quisitely painted with six subjects of cupids 

^S^f/il\3 A VERY FINE EwER, AND OvAL DiSH, gros bleu, with four 

baskets of flowers in compartments, mounted with silver p'''*' 



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114 An ecuelle, cover, and stand, gros bleu, with baskets of flowers in 

six compartments 

115 A small two-handled cup, cover, and stand, the ground of blue 

and red chequers, painted with six pastoral landscapes 

116 A cup and saucer, with blue and white stars, and rich ornaments 

in stripes 

1 17 A cup and saucer, gros bleu, with white and gold spots 

118 A large cup and saucer, turquoise, with bouquets of flowers, in 

compartments 
/4^ ^ 118*A baton, enamelled with classical medallions in white, inscribed 
" Justus Perebit," mounted with rims and ends of bronze — 
dated 1415 — 23 in. long 



End of First Days Sale. 



Second Day's Sale. 



On TUESDAY, MARCH 6, 1855, 



AT ONE O CLOCK PRECISELY. 



ORIENTAL PORCELAIN. 

11 8a A pale seagreen cup, beautifully mounted, with or-moulu open- 
work stem, lid, and handles 

119 A plate, with poultry, on white scroll crimson ground 

120 One, with flowers, on white scroll, black and green ground 

121 One, with three figures, and gold border 

122 A cup and cover, white, with flowers in small circles, and silver 

rim 

123 A pair of cups and saucers, light blue, with flowers, the surface 

slightly indented 

124 A cup and saucer, beautifully enamelled with small figures, blue 

and gold borders, green inside 

125 A kylin, supporting a coffee pot, green and black, with flowers — on 

singular plinth 

126 A cup and saucer, with flowers on black ground, green inside 

127 A plate, beautifully painted with a lady and two children 

128 One, with figures hunting 

129 A scalloped dish, of fine old japan, with flowers, three gold stars 

inside 

130 A plate, with a lady working, and red borders 




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131 One, withflowers in compartments, and gold borders 

132 A pair of curious small white cups, with medallions of figures in 

high relief, unglazed, the ground of openwork 

133 A small kettle, with upright handle, richly enamelled with flowers 

on copper 

134 A small globular vessel and cover, with stripes in blue, green, and 

yellow, the surface encrusted with small patterns, mounted with 
or-moulu 

135 A bowl and cover, of very fine old grey crackle, mounted, with 

handles and open rim of or-moulu — 14 in. high 

136 A NOBLE FLUTED GLOBULAR VaSE AND CoVER, of fine liffht brOWH 

crackle, mounted, with pierced borders, handles, and top of 
or-moulu, in very rich taste — 19 in. high 

137 A BEAUTIFUL DOUBLE-NECK GOURD SHAPED BoTTLE, SCagrcen, 

with Stems and leaves slightly raised, superbly mounted, with 
scroll handles, and beautifully chased vine leaves and grapes of 
or-moulu — 16 in. high, under glass shade. {See illustration) 

138 A PAIR OF VERY RARE SQUARE Jardinieres, each with double 

frieze, the one of leaves and the other of dragons' heads, partly 
pierced, mounted, with or-moulu rims, plinths, and handles 

139 A FLAT Bottle, with handles of delicate light blue colour, 

mounted, with stem and ring handles of or-moulu — 11 in. high 

140 A pair of small globular vases, enamelled with groups of flowers 

on white ground, and mounted with or-monlu as ewers, in fine 
old taste — 12^ in. high 

DRESDEN. 

141 A cup and saucer, gilt inside, with peasant figures; and a small 

hexagonal canister, with Chinese figures 

142 A coffee pot and cover ; a basin ; and a cup and saucer, with 

courtiers — on gilt brackets 

143 A beautiful scalloped cup and saucer, canary ground, with Chinese 

birds and flowers 

144 A coffee pot and cover, with merchants and merchandise — a mask 

at the spout 



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145 Another, with landscapes in medallions 

146 A beautiful cabinet cup, cover, and saucer, gros bleu, with cupids 

147 A cabinet cup and cover, gros bleu, with pastoral figures — the cover 

imperfect 

148 An oblong scalloped dish, with five landscapes in compartments 

149 A beautiful tankard, with an oriental seaport, in colours, and small 

sea views round the rims, mounted with metal gilt 

150 A fluted coffee pot, with bouquets of flowers 

151 A noble coffee pot and cover, with elegant handle, and spout rising 

from a mask, the sides painted with figures in pink, and festoons 
of vines and grapes, in their natural colours, in relief 

152 A fine coffee pot and cover, with elegant handle, the spout formed 

of a head in a cocked hat, the bowl beautifully painted with a 
large landscape and figures 

153 A coffee pot and cover, with straight handle, the surface spirally 

waved, with two groups of figures in colours, and festoons of 
flowers in pink 

154 A pair of rare plates, with border of openwork of flowers in 

colours, and animals and birds in medallions, an exotic bird in 
the centre, with blue scale borders 

155 Another, with openwork borders of birds and forget-me-nots, and 

medallions of military figures 

156 An octagonal ditto, with a fine landscape in ihe centre, and 

smaller subjects round, the borders i-ichly pencilled with gold 

157 A fine scalloped bowl, with a landscape and figures round the 

outside, small views in pink underneath, and borders pencilled 
with gold 

158 A small cup and saucer, with views ; and one, with figures after 

Watteau 

159 Another, with a river scene ; and one, with figures after Watteau 

160 One, gros bleu, with bouquets of flowers 

161 One, with seaports ; and one, small, with views 

162 A basin, with a sea fight and view of a town ; and a cup and 

saucer, with harbour scenes 

163 A cup and saucer, with military figures ; and a cup and saucer, 

similar 



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J 64 A pair, with military subjects in pink 

165 A cup and saucer, with minute figures; and one, with landscapes 

166 A Berlin cup and saucer, a la reine, with peasant figures; and a 

canister, with Polish figures 

167 A small oval stand, and a canister with hunting subjects in 

pink 

168 A cup; and a coffee cup and saucer, with figures after Watteain 

and blue borders 

169 A pair of cups and saucers, with insects, and raised borders, and 

elaborate handles 
vO One, with a chateau near Dresden ; and one, with figures after 
Watteau 

171 One, with seaports; and one, with military figures 

172 One, with Watteau figures; and one, with a seaport and figures 

173 Two, with figures after Watteau 

174 One, with children sporting, and festoons in pink ; and one, with 

seaports and figures 

175 One, with monkeys and cats; and one, Vienna, with Roman ruins 

176 A small coffee pot and cover, with fables 

177 A larger, with camp scenes in pink 

178 Another, with raised basket ground, and two small views, and 

flowers encrusted on the lid 

179 Another, with two large subjects of Chinese figures 

180 Another, with two river scenes and figures 

181 Another, with spiral wreaths of flowers, and pink scale borders 

182 A coffee pot and cover, with a large subject of oriental figures 

183 One, with raised ground, and two subjects after Teniers 

184 One, with two minute landscapes in compartments, and borders 

of flowers 

185 A square canister, with four views; and a hexagonal ditto, with 

oriental figures 

186 A rare plate, with openwork borders of flowers, and bouquets of 

flowers in the centre 

187 A plate, with openwork white and gold border — Hercules aTid 

Antaeus in the centre 

188 A basin, with four landscapes and figures in compartments 

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189 A smaller ditto, with two landscapes and figures, and a landscape 

inside 

190 A circular stand, with figures after Watteau, seagreen outside 

191 A plate, with deep blue border and birds; and two, with pierced 

borders 

192 Three plates, with shepherds and sheep 

193 Four deep plates, with figures in the centres 

194 Six plates, with different subjects of landscapes and figures 

195 A VERY BEAUTIFUL CLOCK, in the form of a temple, 

with pilasters at the angles, and dome top, surmounted by two 
female figures, the sides painted with minute Chinese figures 
and landscapes; on the back is the date 17'27 — glass shade 
and stand. This beautiful object is 18 inches high. {See 
illustration^ 

196 A PAIR OF SUPERB CANDELABRA, each formed of a 

female draped figure bearing scroll branches for five lights, 
seated on pedestals, round which cupids are supporting shields of 
arms. These magnificent objects of decoration are 24 inches 
high. (See illustration) 

197 A handsome chime clock, by Le Noir, Paris, in circular or-moulu 

case, on stem, before which a Dresden mastiff and puppy are 
lying, on a rich or-moiilu stand — 17 in high, the plinth II in. 
deep 

198 A pair of candelabra, with or-moulu branches for three lights each, 

wilh a female Dresden figure in the centre, and flowers behind 
— o[lass shades and stands 

199 Another pair, with Dresden figures of a shepherd and shepherdess, 

and groups of larger flowers — glass shades and stands 

SEVRES. 

200 A cup and saucer, pale green with white spots, medallions from 

gems, surrounded by wreaths of foliage, gilt 

201 One, smaller, nearly similar 

202 One, blue, with scrolls in white and gold 

203 One, light blue, with white spots, and trellis compartments 



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204 One, gros bieu, with two pastoral scenes 

205 One, gros bleu, with two figures reposing in a landscape 

206 One, gros bleu, with dogs and game, with hawks 

207 One, spotted gros bleu, white and gold, with exotic birds 

208 A small two-handled white cup, with dogs pursuing deer and 

game, in gold 

209 One, with spots and horizontal blue stripes, with medallions from 

gems 

210 One, with pink flower, trellis, and blue flowers, on gold ground, 

with two pastoral scenes 

211 One, waved with rose and gold, with blue lines 

212 One, pale blue, with light spots, and musical trophies 

213 One, white, with flowers in blue vases 

214 One, white, with pink flowers 

215 One rose, with white spots, musical trophies, and surrounded by 

wreaths of flowers 

216 One, white, with gros bleu and brown scalloped border-, and 

festoons of flowers 

217 One, pink, with white spots, and two subjects of cupids 

218 A pair of cups and saucers, white, with blue edges, and festoons 

of flowers suspended by ribbons 

219 A cup, gros bleu, with a nymph reposing 

220 A small two-handled cup and saucer, white, with cupids 

221 A plate, gros bleu border, with white spots, exotic birds in three 

compartments, and flowers in the centre 

222 A plate, turquoise border, with flowers and grapes 

223 One, with yellow and crimson scalloped border, a bouquet of 

flowers in the centre, in blue rim 

224 One, with green border, with medallions of birds, and bouquets of 

flowers in the centre 

225 One, with cupids and baskets of flowers on the border, and cypher 

B D, in flowers, in the centre 

226 A beautiful plate, the borders in imitation of llmoge enamel, with 

figures and arabesques 

227 A beautiful ecuelle, cover, and stand, with alternate blue and lilac 

bands, delicately painted with gold 

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228 A plate, green edge with white spots, with medallion heads after 

gems and birds 

229 One, with blue ribbon, and flower borders 

230 A mug, marbled pink and blue ground, with a landscape 

231 A pair of elegant small oviform vases, rose du Barri, with bouquets 

of flowers, on or-moulu plinths 

233 An ecuelle, cover, and stand, with gold and red spot edges, and 

festoons of flowers 

234 A PAIR OF ScEAUX, the ground of green wreaths on white, 

with gold star in the centre, each j^ainted with two medallions 
of cupids 

235 A green vase, mounted with upright handles, stem and top of 

or-moulu 

236 A pair of gros bleu flat oval vases, mounted on plinths, and with 

handles of or-moulu 

237 A PAIR OF BEAUTIFUL GROS BLEU VASES, mounted, 

with stems, masks, and festoons of or-moulu, in fine old taste 

238 A VERY ELEGANT VASE, WITH HANDLES OF 

GOATS' HEADS, gros bleu, with frieze of gold, painted with 
an exquisite medallion of Fame recording the events of Time : 
a bouquet of flowers on the reverse, mounted on plinth, and 
with cover of or-moulu — including plinth, 14 in. high 

239 A GROS BLEU VASE AND COVER, OF BEAUTI- 

FUL FORM. WITH TWO HANDLES, and festoons of 
leaves falling from the centre of the neck to the bottom of the 
handles, a broad band round the body of the vase pencilled with 
gold, on the front of which is an exquisite painting of Venus, 
Adonis, and Cupid : a bouquet of flowers on the reverse — 16iin. 
high 



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Third Day 8 Sale. 



On WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 1855, 

AT ONE o'clock PRECISELY. 



ORIENTAL EGG-SHELL PORCELAIN. 

240 Three beautiful egg-shell plates, with figures in the centre, and 

flowers in the borders: and one, with landscapes and .flowers 

241 One, with Chinese buildings and flower border; and one, with 

landscape in Indian ink, crimson outside 

242 One, with two figures ; and one, with flowers in gold compart- 

ments , 

243 One deep plate, with fishermen 

244 One, with flowers in Indian ink, on gold ground, crimson outside 

245 One, with Chinese musicians 

246 One, with Chinese figures, and pink border 

247 Two ditto, with flowers 

248 One, with gold flowers on deep blue ground 

249 Four small plates, with flowers, pink outside 

250 Two, with poultry, red outside 

251 One, with a lady and two children, red outside 

252 One, with a river scene and boat, red outside 

253 One, with aquatic birds ; and one, with a basket ol' flowers 



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251 A Pair ok Small Figures of Josses, turquoise, iiiomited, 
with or-moulu nozzles for lights, and small Dresden flowers. 
From Queen Charlottes Collectiun 

255 A teapot, cover, and stand, white, with flowers in high relief, in 

colours 

256 Another, with vine leaves and squirrels, fluted, with pink and 

yellow beneath 

257 A rare cup and saucer, with small landscapes, pencilled in gold 

on buffj on green ground with blue spots 

258 A VERY RARE BoTTLE, with marine dragons and plants in relief, 

in colours, on light clay-coloured ground 

259 A curious teapot, formed of a fish, brown, with green handle and 

spout, with waves below 

260 A cup and cover, with plants in blue and white ; and a small cup 

and saucer, with butterflies in gold 

261 A small cup and saucer, crimson, with butterflies; and one,^ scal- 

loped, piiik and yellow, with plants iu relief 

262 One, with a female, and a priest with a beaid ; and an egg-shell 

cup, cover, and stand, with figures and inscriptions 

263 A cup and cover, yellow, with plants and leaf-shaped flutings 

264 A brown saucer, gilt , inside ; and a cup, with birds and open 

trellis 

265 A coffee pot, and a cup and saucer, lilac, with white flowers ; 

and one, richly enamelled with flowers 

266 A pair of small vases, enamelled with flowers and birds between 

broad perpendicular stripes of green, mounted witli or-moulu as 
ewers — 10:^ in. high 

267 A BEAUTIFUL TWO-HANDLED RIBBED BoTTLE, light blue Colour, 

mounted, witli plinth and upright handles of or-moulu — IS^in, 
high 

268 A pair of beautiful globular vases, the surface covered with scroll 

foliage of red and green, mounted as ewers with or-moulu — 
II in. high 

269 A dish, with a Chinese landscape and figures in the centre, the 

border with pink flowers on blue ground, a scalloped edge 
beneath — 16 in. in diameter 



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270 A Pair of very curious green Kylins, with small lions at 

their shoulders, and upright stem behind, which is surmounted 
by an or-rnoulu nozzle for a light — 9 in. high. From Queen 
Charlotte's Collection 

271 A dish, with flowers and figures in medallions, on blue ground, 

the arms of Utrecht introduced in the centre — 17 in. in 
diameter 



DRESDEN. 

272 A teapot and stand, and a small milk pot, deep blue, with 

medallions of cupids 

273 A small cotfee pot, and a cup and saucer, blue scale ground, 

with exotic birds 

274 A scalloped cup and saucer, with minute landscapes 

275 An octagonal two-handled cup, yellow ground, with river scenes; 

3 spoons, with flowers ; and one, in imitation of metal 

276 A small oval scalloped tray, with flowers on gold ground 

277 A pair of small scalloped trays, with figures in pink ; and a pair 

of minute cups 

278 An oval scalloped tray, with flowers on yellow and white 

279 A pair of saucers, with buildings on gold ground; and one, with a 

river scene 

280 Two saucers, with landscapes ; one, with figures in green ; and one, 

with cypher 

281 A pair of saucers, with friezes raised ; and 3, with figures 

282 A pair of beautiful plates, with openwork flower borders and birds 

in the centre 

283 A plate, with shepherdess and sheep in the centre, flower and 

ribbon border 

284 One, with pastoral figures and flowers in green 

285 One, with openwork border and festoons of flowers 

286 One, with openwork border and bouquets of flowers 

287 A pair of double boats, with dragons and festoons of flowers 

raised, painted with flowers inside 



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288 A sucrier and cover, a basin, and 2 cups and saucers, painte<l 

with landscapes and coats of arras, gilt inside 

289 A coffee pot, crimson ground, with landscape 

290 A butter dish and cover, with minute landscapes 

291 A coffee pot and cover, and a scalloped basin, yellow ground, 

with seaports 

292 A pair of small jars and covers, with exquisite landscapes and 

seaports, in gold borders, with flowers raised on the lids 

293 A flat oval scalloped box, cover, and stand, with figures after 

Watteau, and flowers in blue on gold ground 

294 A cup and saucer, encrusted with mayflowers, painted with 

figures, in pink 

295 A very curious fruit-shaped teapot, painted with Chinese figures 

and leaves, raised 

296 An oblong card box, painted with cards and flowers, containing 

four suits of counters, of porcelain 

297 A beautiful scalloped jar and cover, seagreen, with medallions of 

flowers in gold borders 

298 A Pair of beautiful two-handled Vases and Covers, 

exquisitely painted with Chinese figures in colours, and small 
landscapes in pink, the handles of female caryatid figures 

299 A BEAUTIFUL OviFORM Vase, the surface encrusted with forget- 

me-nots, with two medallions of birds in landscapes, in borders 
of raised flowers, mounted with or-moulu 

300 A scalloped basin, seagreen, with oriental birds and plants 

SCENT BOTTLES. 

301 Two minute scent bottles, formed of baskets of flowers 

302 One, pine-shaped ; and one, covered with mayflowers 

303 One, vase-shaped, with a dog ; and one, formed of a poodle 

304 One, a tower ; and one, vase-shaped 

305 One, with a group of three figures ; and one, of a group of fruit 

306 A pair, formed of female figures ; and one, with a child in white 

307 A pair, with groups of figures 

308 One, with two children ; and one, with a female figure 



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309 One, witli three female figures ; and one, with a monk carrying 

a female 

310 A pair of female figures 

311 A bonbonm'ere, with Cupid and a lamb, agate lid, mounted with 

silver gilt 

312 One, with Venus and Cupid, similarly mounted 

313 A monkey, with two young ones, on or-moulu plinth 

314 A figure of a freemason, standing on a pedestal 

DRESDEN. 

315 A BEAUTIFUL OviFORM Vase, encrusted with forget-me-nots, 

with figures after Watteau, on gold ground, and borders of 
raised flowers, mounted with or-moulu 

316 A plate, with maroon ground, and medallions of Venus and Cupid 

317 A small teapot and stand, yellow, with landscape and flowers in 

pink 

318 A two-handled'cup, cover, and stand, with blue borders, and figures 

after Watteau, in red 

319 A tall cup and saucer, with arms; and a cup, with a battle and 

arms 

320 A large scalloped basin, seagreen, with three landscapes 

321 A smaller ditto, similar 

322 An ecuelle, cover, and stand, the surface encrusted with may- 

flowers, and painted with figures 

323 A small oval pierced tray, with two figures in green ; and a small 

coffee-pot, with figures after Watteau 

324 A saucepan, cover, and stand, on foot, conversations of figures, and 

the royal arms of Saxony 

325 A beautiful basin, cover, and stand, gold ground, with eleven sub- 

jects of seaports 

326 An ecuelle, cover, and stand, seagreen ground, with eleven seaports 

and landscapes 

327 Another, with crimson scale ground, with six views near Dresden 

328 A beautiful oval scalloped ecuelle cover and stand, with figures 

after Watteau, and gold borders, the handle formed of a lemon 



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SEVRES. 



329 A cup and saucer, rose du Barri, painted with two landscapes 

330 A cup and saucer, with gros bleu and white trellis border, painted 

with bouquets of flowers in compartmants 

331 A cup and saucer, turquoise, with bouquets of flowers in com- 

partments 

332 One, large, with flowers in compartments 

333 One, white, with two subjects of cupids in blue 

334 One, white, with rose du Barri borders, and minute groups of 

fl^owers in compartments 

335 An exquisite Cup and Saucer, green, most delicately painted 

with four pastoral subjects 

336 One, gros bleu, with pink and white spots, with three subjects of 

cupids 

337 An exquisite Cup, Cover, and Stand, gros bleu, with a sub- 

ject of two oriental figures, and four of trophies 

338 A cup and saucer, gros bleu, with a bacchante gathering grapes, 

and a landscape 

339 One, turquoise, with flowers in gros bleu and gold 

340 One, gros bleu, with head of Franklin, and a trophy in Indian ink 

341 One, gros bleu, with a soldier and a trophy 

342 One, gros bleu, with two landscapes and figures 

343 One, gros bleu, with two subjects of a shepherd and sheep 

344 One, small, gros bleu, with flowers 

345 One, white with blue border, and festoons of flowers 

346 A cup and saucer, gros bleu, with two subjects of seaports 

347 One, gros bleu, with a peasant sleepuig, and a pastoral scene 

348 A cup, gros bleu, with two landscapes ; and a saucer, with a view 

interior 

349 A Cup and Saucer, gros bleu, with a vase and wreath of flowers 

350 A beautiful small Sucrier and Cover, gros bleu with shep- 

herdesses, lambs, and a dog 

351 A teapot, and cup and saucer, white with rose du Barri trellis and 

flowers, painted with three subjects of children 

352 A cup, gros bleu, with a river nymph 



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353 A cup, turquoise, with two figures with a birdcage after Boucher 
353a A saucer, gros bleu, with Apollo killing Python 

3536 Another, turquoise, with a seaport 

354 A small milk pot, with blue scales, and a trophy 

•355 A teapot, sucrier and cover, and a milk pot, gros bleu, with wreaths 
of flowers suspended by ribbons 

356 A MAGNIFICENT CABARET, of the finest gros bleu, with 

wreaths of gold : consisting of plateau, with white ribboh handles, 
exquisitely painted with a large subject of two figures dancing 
to the music of two shepherds, seated on a bank, in a landscape, 
a teapot, sucrier and cover, a milk pot, and two cups and saucers, 
painted with peasant children and pastoral landscapes 

357 A PAIR OF BEAUTIFUL OVIFORM VASES, gros bleu, 

with egg and anchor frieze in white on the shoulders, painted 
with a harvest and vintage, of children, and rustic trophies on 
the reverses, the plinths and handles of or-moulu — 10^ in. high, 
including plinths 

358 A PAIR OF FINE VASES AND COVERS, with upright 

sides, on elegantly formed stems, green ground, pencilled with 
gold, each painted with two exquisite bouquets of flowers, in 
medallions, and white upright handles, mounted on plinths, and 
surmounted by clusters of grapes of or-moulu — including 
plinths, 17 in, high 
360 A PAIR OF BEAUTIFUL OVAL JARDINIERES, the 
ground very fine blue de Vincennes, painted on both sides with 
children, after Boucher, in light blue and flesh colour, in borders 
pencilled with gold, with white and gold handles 



End of Third Day's Sale. 



Fourth Days Sale. 



On THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1855, 

AT ONE o'clock PRECISELY. 



GERMAN AND OTHER PORCELAIN. 

361 A Vienna plate, with green border and white stars, painted with 

flowers 

362 One, with brown and gold border, with flowers 

363 A Vienna plate, with two cupids ; and one, with a cupid, and blus 

border 

364 Two Hague plates, with birds and flowers 

365 A pair of Hague plates, with openwork edges, painted with domes- 

tic birds in blue borders 

366 An old Derby plate, with openwork blue edge, painted with 

flowers ; and a fine old Chelsea plate, crimson border, painted 
with flowers 

367 A Hague plate, painted with a figure in pink, and border of 

festoons ; and a Dresden cup and saucer, with seaports 

368 A tankard and cover, of Frankenthal, with two subjects of hunts- 

men 

369 A beautiful coffee pot, Karl Theodore, with a sleeping nymph and 

bacchanals, and borders of flowers 




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370 A Berlin coffee pot and cover, with a river scene and a land- 

scape 

371 A Nassau coffee pot and cover, painted with two peasant girls 

372 A vase, of Kronenburg, painted with dwarfs, on or-moulu foot 

373 A fine coffee pot and cover, with a seaport after Claude, in pink, 

a mask under the spout, and ornamental gold border 

374 An ecuelle, cover, and stand, beautifully painted with three 

classical subjects : inscribed G. F. B. 1783 
o75 A cup and saucer, of Popplesdorf, with a conversation of figures 

376 A two-handled Vienna cup and cover, with medallions on green 

ground 

377 A square Vienna tray, with open border, and gem medallion, on 

green ground 

378 A Vienna teapot, blue waved border, and bouquet of flowers 

379 A Frankenthal two-handled cup, cover, and stand, by Carl Theo- 

dore, painted with landscape and figures 

380 A Nyraphenberg basin, with an elaborate painting of a battle in 

Indian ink 

381 A Berlin plate, with Salmacis and Hermaphroditus, and gold 

border 

382 One, with nymphs dancing after Van der Werff 

383 One, with Achilles dragging the dead body of Hector 

384 One, with Bacchus and cupids 

385 A French plate, with St. John preaching, painted by Madame 

Sarg, in pink borders 

386 A Vienna plate, deep blue and gold border, with bouquets of 

flowers 

387 Another, pink border, with scrolls, a river nymph in the centre 

388 Another, with lilac border, and friezes from gems, in Indian 

ink 

389 An Amsterdam basin, with a military review and a river scene 

390 A Copenhagen coffee pot, with two medallion heads under wreaths 

of flowers 

391 A two-handled Tournay basin, with a river scene and land- 

scape 
391 * A two-handled plateau, of Tournay, deep blue, with five views 



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392 A Berlin cup and saucer, deep blue, with female busts, in red, on 

gold ground 

393 A Berlin cup and saucer, with pink festoon border and exotic 

birds 

394 A Berlin coffee pot, and cup and saucer, with cupids and cyphers 

in pink 

395 A Nymphenberg cup and saucer, with figures in Indian ink and 

gold 

396 A small Berlin coffee pot, and two cups and saucers, gold scale 

ground, with classical busts 

397 A Nymphenberg basin, with figures and scrolls in gold and 

Indian ink 

398 Another, with medallions in Indian ink, figures in colours, and gold 

scrolls 

399 Another, with three landscapes 

400 A Furstenburg cup, cover, and stand, a la Reine, painted with 

flowers and surmounted by a flame 

401 A Copenhagen basin, with two medallions of figures 

402 A Frankenthal cup, cover, and stand, deep blue, with cupids in 

pink 

403 A Berlin cup, cover, and stand, pink, with black medallion of the 

Princess de Lamballe, and her cypher 

404 An Amsterdam compotiere and cover, with a medallion of Escu- 

lapius ; and a spittoon, with two medallions after Teniers 

405 A Vienna cup and saucer, beautifully painted with Venus and 

Cupid after Sir J. Reynolds 
40G A Venetian basin, with figures reclining, pencilled in dark brown 

and gold 
407 A French cup and saucer, w^ith pink festoons 
407* A plate, painted with Nessus and Dejaneira 



DRESDEN. 

408 A mug, cover, and stand, crimson scale ground, with exquisite 
views on the Elbe, the stand with openwork border 



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409 A cup and saucer, with children sporting, parcel gold ground 

410 A scalloped coffee pot, apple green, with two landscapes 

411 An ecuelle, cover, and stand, white basket ground, with eight small 

landscapes, and a flower on the lid in relief 

412 A basin, light green ground, with two landscapes 

413 A butter dish and cover, with four seaports 

414 A cup and saucer, with four subjects of classical figures and 

flowers 

415 One, pale green, with three landscapes 

416 One, with two landscapes, in pink; and one other, with land- 

scapes 

417 Two cups and one saucer, pink, with views ; and one cup, yellow, 

with views 

418 A basin and cover, yellow, with two river scenes, and handle, with 

flowers encrusted 

419 A vase and cover, with two subjects of figures, aiid twelve smaller 

subjects, in pink 

420 A teapot, with two river scenes and flowers 

421 A moutardier and cover, with two conversations, and flowers 

422 A square canister, pale green, with four views and flowers 

423 A box and cover, with views 

424 A small coffee pot and cover, with two classical subjects and 

flowers 

425 A cup, with cypher, in pink ; one small, with Chinese figures ; and 

one scalloped, with two landscapes 

426 Two coffee cups, with a seaport, the inside gilt 

427 A cup, with handle and spout, canary ground, with two Chinese 

subjects ; a scalloped cup, with two seaports ; and a pair of 
small scalloped cups, with figures, in pink, with handles 

428 A beautiful vessel, with two subjects of figures after Watteau, on 

gold, and two figures in pink under the lip, and elegant gold 
borders 

429 Another, with vegetable stalk handle, and three groups of figures 

after Watteau 

430 A coffee cup and saucer, pink ground, with seaports 



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431 A small two-handled vase and cover, and a cup and cover, with 

classical friezes raised in white on red ground, and wreaths of 
flowers beneath 

432 A beautiful scalloped cup, with bouquets of flowers, on canary and 

while ground alternately ; and a two-handled cup, pink ground, 
with seaports 

433 A vessel, with exotic birds and flowers, a monkey seated on the 

handle 

434 A BEAUTIFUL Vessel, with the triumph of Neptune and Amphi- 

trite, and Narcissus drinking, with elegant gold borders 



SEVRES. 

435 A beautiful small square tray, with openwork border, and rich 

ornaments in gold and colours 

436 A two-haudled cup, cover, and stand, light blue, with white stars, 

with heads from gems 

437 A cup and saucer, bleu de Vincennes, painted wtih exotic birds 

438 A Cabaret, with pink flowers, trellis, and blue ornaments, painted 

with pastoral trophies ; consisting of oval plateau, sucrier and 
cover, and cup and saucer 

439 A cup and saucer, gros bleu and white, with landscapes in Indian 

ink and pink 

440 An ecuelle, cover, and stand, white, with gros bleu ribbon trellis, 

painted with festoons of flowers 

441 A milk jug, turquoise, with a group of fruits and flowers 

442 One, gros bleu, with wreaths of flowers suspended from a ribbon 

443 A basin, gros bleu, with two subjects of soldiers 

444 Another, larger, gros bleu, with two subjects of exotic birds 

445 A large square plateau, with two handles, gros bleu, with gold 

borders, painted with a skirmish in a wood in Indian ink 

446 A sucrier and cover, white, with red lines, with two views 

447 An elegant Square Jardiniere, with trellis ornaments, in 

brilliant colours and gold 



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44S A mug, vvhito, with ooUl trellis, painted with a landscape 

449 A compotiere, Sevres turquoise, with two pastoral scenes 

450 A beautiful cup and saucer, gros bleu, with two subjects of fisher- 

men 

451 One, gros bleu, with two soldiers carousing, the ground trellised 

with gold 

452 One, gros bleu, with fishermen and a seaport 

453 One, gros bleu, with two subjects of exotic birds 

454 One, larger, gros bleu, with two exquisitely painted groups of 

oriental figures 

455 Another, gros bleu, with two subjects of cupids 

456 Nine plates, with light blue edges and small flowers 

457 Six plates, with fiower borders 

458 Six ditto, with blue and flower borders 

459 Two, with festoon borders, and figures in the centres 

460 Two, with exotic birds in the centre ; and 2, with flowers 

461 Three, with flowers of one pattern ; and 5, feuille de choux, of 

different patterns 

462 Six, with flowers of different patterns 

463 Six ditto 

464 Six ditto 

465 One, with Cupid in pink ; and 5, with patterns 

466 A deep plate, with green ribbon border and flowers; and one, 

turquoise border and flowers 

4G7 A plate, with border of forget-me-nots and butterflies ; and one, with 
borders of flowers and heart 's-ease 

468 A Small Kettle, in imitation of Oriental Gold Japan, 

WITH Chinese Figures in Landscape. A piece of great 
rarity and interest 

469 A PAIR OF BEAUTIFUL VASES, rose du Barri, each 

painted with two exquisite groups of cupids, in medallions, the 
curved leaf-shaped lips forming handles, on or-moulu plinths, 
beautifully chased with friezes of figures — height, including 
plinths, 14^ inches. {See illustraii&n) 



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470 A PAIR OF EXQUISITE VASES, of very elegant form, 
turquoise, painted with oval medallions of a shepherdess with 
a sheep and a dog, and a girl bathing her feet ; bouquets of 
flowers on the reverse: they have scroll and leaf handles, and 
are mounted on pedestals of or-moulu — height, including plinths, 
18 inches. (^See illustration) 



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Fifth Day's Sale. 



On FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1855, 



AT ONE O CLOCK PRECISELY. 



CAPO DI MONTE. 

471 A cup and saucer, with the triumph of Neptune, choice of Paris, 

and other figures 
47*2 One, with the triumph of Venus 

473 One, with Diana and Calisto, and another subject 

474 One, with the rape of Proserpine, and triumph of Neptune 

475 One, with Apollo in his chariot 

476 One, with Bacchus and Ariadne and Proserpine in a chariot 

477 One, with the flaying of Marsyas, and triumph of Bacchus 

478 A compotiere and cover, with Phoebus in his car, and the Dance of 

the Hours 

VARIOUS 

479 A pair of large pilgrims' bottles, enamel on copper, with flowers 

and foliage in white, on metal plinths — IHi inches high 

480 Five old Derby plates, with cupids in pink, and flower borders 

481 Three, of Derby Chelsea, with vases, and deep blue borders 

482 Two Berlin ditto, with fl.owers and openwork borders 

483 Three Vienna ditto, with deep blue borders 

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484 Six old Bow plates, with openwork borders 

485 A two-handled cup and saucer, with pink ribbon border and blue 

festoons 

486 A cup and saucer, gold inside, with vines and leaves raised 



OLD CHELSEA. 

487 A pair of oval dishes, crimson borders, painted with birds, butter- 

flies, and fruits 

488 A Pair of beautiful Globular Scalloped Vases and 

Covers, deep blue, painted with exotic birds, with pierced 
borders and covers. Of the highest quality 

489 A cup and saucer, with festoons raised in white 

490 Another, with flowers, and crimson drapery edge 

491 A beautiful two-handled cup and saucer, with medallions of cupids 

in pink, and striped gold sides 

492 An ecuelle, cover, and stand, with pink scalloped edges, and sprigs 

of flowers very delicately painted 



DRESDEN. 

493 A very small cup and saucer, with sprigs of flowers raised, pink 

and gold 

494 A cup and saucer, with pastoral figures, and pink and gold fes- 

tooned borders 

495 Another, with pastoral figures and pink scale edge 

496 Another, with classical friezes, in imitation of gems and trophies 

497 A two-handled cup, cover, and saucer, with landscapes and roses 

on yellow ground 

498 A cup and saucer, a la reine, with the cypher H, crimson scale 

borders, and bouquets of flowers 

499 A beautiful ecuelle, cover, and stand, with landscapes and seaports 

on red ground 

500 Seven cups and saucers, with exotic birds 

501 Two ditto, with flowers in blue and gold 



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502 A pair of plates, with openwork borders of forget-me-nots, and 

white waved centres 

503 Four plates, with fables of animals, and ribbon borders 

504 One, with a peacock ; and one, with a bouquet of flowers, and 

ribbon borders 

505 One, with exotic birds, and blue scale border; and one, with 

flowers, and pink border 

506 Two deep plates, with peasants and sheep, and ribbon borders 

507 Five plates, with flowers, and openwork borders 

508 Six, with flowers of different patterns 

5C9 Three deep plates, with crimson and green borders 

510 Three plates, with blue and green borders, and birds 

51 1 Five, with flowers, and openwork borders 

512 Four, with fruits and flowers, and blue openwork borders 

513 Six shell-shaped dishes, with flowers 

514 A set of four small pierced baskets, with flowers 

515 Four small dishes, with flowers and birds 

516 A flat bowl, with flowers 

517 A pair of bowls, with figures after Watteau, and flowers 

518 A cup, with Chinese figures ; and one, with a concert champ^tre, in 

green and pink borders 

519 A cup and saucer, pink, with canary border ; and a moutardier, 

with figures after Watteau 

520 A beautiful cabinet cup, cover, and saucer, gros bleu, with Venus 

and Cupid 

521 A plate, with openwork border, white and gold, with Venus mourn- 

ing over Adonis, in Indian ink, on pink ground 

522 A pair of plates, with openwork blue and gold borders, medallions 

of nymphs in the centre, on granite ground 

523 A canister and cover, with Chinese figures, and raised leaf border, 

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524 A small coffee pot and cover, pale pink ground, with peasants 

525 Another, with a peasant, a dead bear and dogs, and a rose on the 

lid 

526 Another, with soldiers in pink, and vegetable stalk handle 

527 A teapot, with seaports, and gilt borders 



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528 A coffee pot, with landscape and horsemen in pink 

529 A smaller ditto, of Tournay^ with cupids in pink ; and a fiat 

box and cover, with Chinese figures 
529* A beautiful scalloped oblong dish, with figures after Watteau, 
and small bouquets of flowers 

SEVRES. 

530 A cup and saucer, with small medallions of roses, turquoise 

ground, and crimson ti'ellis borders 

531 A cup and saucer, with medalhons of exotic birds on gold ground 

532 A cup and saucer, with vases and heart's-eases in medallions on 

yellow ground 

533 A two-handled cup and saucer, with medallions of roses and 

heart's-eases, and trellis borders of flowers 

534 A pair of sugar tureens, covers, and stands, with flowers 

535 A pair of compotieres, with pierced stars, metal tops and glass, 

liners 

536 An oval two-handled plateau, with roses and cornflowers 

537 Another, with roses, in gold circles and crimson lines 

538 Four square dessert dishes, with roses 

539 A pair of plates, with roses in blue 

540 A pair of diamond-shaped plateaux, with flowers and blue 

borders 

541 Another, with roses in trellis, and light pink borders 

542 Another, turquoise, with exotic birds and flower border 

543 A cup and saucer, gros bleu, with exotic birds 

544 A large saucer, with blue and crimson flowers, and a landscape in 

the centre 

545 A cup and saucer, white, with birds in gold 

546 One, gros bleu, with tripos, cupids, and festoons in gold 

547 One, gros bleu, with trees and fountains in gold 

548 One, white, with Venus chastising Cupid 

549 One, with deep blue borders and wreaths of roses 

550 One, with light blue spotted borders, and a wreath of pink ribbon 

and leaves 



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551 One, gros bleu, pencilled with gold, with figures drinking 

552 One, white, with medallions of cupids and rustic trophies sur- 

rounded by flowers 

553 One, with white and gold, square, and medallions after gems 

554 One, white, with cupids 

555 One, white, with cupids in pink 

556 One, with friezes of flowers, and doves in the centre 

557 One, with deep blue borders and festoons of flowers 

558 A cabinet cup, cover, and stand, with figures after Boucher, and 

rustic subjects 

559 A two-handled chocolate cup, cover, and stand, with upright lines 

of flowers, and blue ornaments 

560 A beautiful cup and saucer, gros bleu and gold, with two subjects 

of seaports and figures 

561 A ribbed cup and saucer, with upright lines of leaves and blue 

stripes 

562 A fine chocolate cup, cover, and stand, with landscapes in seven 

compartments, the ground white pencilled with gold 

563 A small square tray, with open gros bleu and gold border, painted 

with a landscape 

564 An ecuelle, cover, and stand, light blue, with white stars, cupids in 

Indian ink, in compartments, and wreaths of foliage 

565 A cup and saucer, with green and gold borders and festoons of 

flowers 

566 A milk jug and cover, blue and white ribbon border and wreaths 

of flowers, mounted with silver gilt 

567 A beautiful cabinet cup, cover, and stand, gros bleu, exquisitely 

painted with two figures after Boucher, and four subjects of 
pastoral trophies 

568 A tall cup and saucer, with broad scalloped green borders, and 

bouquets of flowers 

569 A cabaret, rose du Barri, with bouquets of flowers ; consisting of 

square plateau, milk jug, sucrier and cover, and cup and 
saucer 

570 A cup and saucer, turquoise, with wreaths of gold leaves and vases 

of flowers 



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571 A. BEAUTIFUL Jkwelled Cup AND Saucer, gios bleii, with 

medallion portraits suspended from gold wreaths, and ruby and 
pearl border above 

572 A smaller jewelled cup and saucer, gros bleu, with rubies and 

gold leaves 

573 A cup and saucer, turquoise, with bouquets of flowers 

574 A cup, rose du Barri, green and white, with flowers 

575 A milk jug and cover, gros bleu, with a wreath of flowers, mounted, 

with silver-gilt handle 

576 A c»ip and saucer, rose du Barri and green, with white compart- 

ments and bouquets of flowers 
bll One, pale yellow, with two subjects of children in blue 

578 One, gros bleu and gold, trellis border, with festoons of flowers 

579 One, rose du Barri, with flowers in green compartments 

580 One, white, with a peasant girl and a pastoral trophy in landscapes 

581 One, pale yellow, with two subjects of children in blue, the faces 

coloured 

582 One, green and rose du Barri, with exotic birds — imperfect 

583 One, rose du Barri, with bouquets of flowers 

584 One, white, with arms in Indian ink, and a soldier seated at a 

table, ill colours 

585 A Pair of beautiful Small Square Jardinieres, turquoise, 

each with four subjects of cupids, in pink 

586 A VERY FINE ECUELLE, CoVER, AND StAND, grOS bleu. With six 

subjects of seaports exquisitely painted, and gold borders, 
delicately pencilled 

587 A cup and saucer, gros bleu, with gold spots, painted with two 

landscapes 

588 One, green, with white compartments, painted with bouquets of 

flowers 

589 A small basin and stand, marbled rose du Barri and blue, with 

wreaths of flowers in compartments 

590 A moutardier, cover, and stand, turquoise, with flowers in three 

compartments 

591 A cup and cover, hght blue, with white spots, small medallions* 

from gems in compartments, surrounded by wreaths of gold 
suspended by ribbons, with trophies on the lid 



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592 A tankard and cover, white, with gold spots, painted with utensils 

in landscapes 

593 A cup, cover, and stand, marbled rose du Barri and blue, with 

a shepherd keeping sheep and ofoals, in compartments 
59 i A cup and saucer, white, with gros bleu and gold borders, 
painted with wreaths and festoons of flowers 

595 A nioutardier, cover, and stand, pale yellow, with Cupid and fruits 

in blue 

596 A PAIR OF TALL VASES AND COVERS, green, with 

white and gold bands, and festoons of leaves at the sides, each 
beautifully painted with a subject of pastoral figures^ and 
bouquets of flowers on reverse, mounted on or-moulu plinths — 
including plinths 14J in. high 

597 A NOBLE OVlFORM VASE AND COVER, green, with 

gilt busts forming the handles, an exquisite painting of a peasant 
family, in the manner of Greuze, and an artistic trophy on the 
reverse, in medallions — 18 in. high. (See illustration) 

598 A PAIR OF EXQUISITE TALL VASES AND COVERS, 

of rare form, gros bleu, delicately pencilled with gold stripes, 
with medallion of a sacrifice to Venus and Bacchus, in imitation 
of gems, and trophies on the reverse, mounted on or-moulu 
plinths — including plinths 14 in. high. (See illustration) 

599 A MAGNIFICENT CENTRE VASE AND COVER, 

GROS BLEU WITH UPRIGHT HANDLES, of foliage, 
a festoon of leaves raised, gilt, encircling the vase and falling 
over the handles, the lower part fluted with pendant lines of 
leaves; in the centre is a most exquisite painting of a peasant 
and two girls gathering cherries, a donkey with panniers filled 
with cherries at their side, a group of flowers on the reveree — on 
square plinth. This superb work of art is 18 m. Jiigh. (See 
iliusirniion) 

600 A PAIR OF VASES AND COVERS, OF EQUALLY 

HIGH QUALITY, GROS BLEU, with handles resting on 
grotesque masks, a frieze of gold foliage encircles the lowls, 
and on ttie necks are two exquisite paintings cf a nymph at the 



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bath, and a bacchante reclining, squeezing grapes into her 
mouth, bouquets of flowers on the reverse — on fluted stems and 
square phnths — 15^ in, high. (See illustration) 
601 A PAIR OF OVIFORM VASES AND COVERS, OF 
EQUALLY HIGH QUALITY, GROS BLEU, with flat 
handles, encircled with bands of foliage, the front of each nearly 
covered with an exquisite painting of Bacchus seated, with an 
infant and goats, and a nymph presenting a wreath to Cupid in 
landscapes, on the reverse are bouquets of flowers suspended 
from blue ribbons — on fluted stems and circular plinths — ^13 in. 
high. (See illustration) 



End of Fifth Days Sale. 




927 
ANNH OF CI.EVES. 



Sixth Bays Sale. 



On SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1855, 



AT ONE O CLOCK PRECISELY. 



N.B. — 171 giving the Dimensions of Pictures, the height is always 

expressed first. 



Buys, 1774 
Buys 

Boucher . 
Boucher . 
Coypel . 
Breugliel 



PICTURES. 

FRONT DRAWING ROOM. 

610 A conversation of six gentlemen and ladies^ 

in an apartment — 21 in. by 16 in. 

611 The lesson : a composition of four figures — 

the companion 

612 Two nymphs, with Cupid, reclining in a land- 

scape — a sopra porta, about 4(1. 6 in. wide 

613 Three nymphs and a cupid reclining in a 

landscape — the companion 

614 Adrienne le Couvreur, as the Magdalen — 

engraved — 16 in. by 11^ in. 

615 A pair of village scenes, with numerous 

figures . Highly finished on copper — 6^ in. 
by 81 in. 



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Breughel 



K. de Moor 



K. de Moor . 


617* 


P. de Champagne 


618 


German . 


619 


English . 


620 


Drouais . 


621 


Gonzales 


622 



Breughel 


. 623 


Gonzales 


. 624 


Bilcoq . 


. 625 


K. de Moor . 


. 626 



Mignard 



Largilliere , 



Mi guard 



616 A fete champelre ; and a fete in the gardens 

of a chateau — a pair. Exquisitely finished 
— 6 in. by 8^ in. 

617 Admiral Cornelius de Witt, in a richly orna- 

mented brown dress, with lace scarf; a man- 
of-war in the background — 16^ in. by 13 in. 

His wife— the companion 

The Marshal Fabert, in armour; a skirmish 
in the background — 14 in. by IO3 in. 

An officer, in a brown dress, his hand resting 
on a helmet on a table — 12 in. by Sin. 

Beau Fielding, in a court dress, with a muflf 
— small whole-length — 14 in. by 9 in. 

Louis XVI., when young — small whole- 
length — 14 in. by lOiin 

A gentleman, in a lilac embroidered coat, 
standing near a table, on which is a violon- 
cello ; a terrace in the background — 12J in. 
by 9^ in. 

A coast scene, with vessels and figures — 7 in. 
by 12iin. 

A lady, in a p!nk dress, standing near a table 
— small whole-length — Sin. by 5 in. 

A lady seated reading at a table, on which is 
a bust of Homer — 7 in. by 6 in. 

An officer, somewhat like Count Tarouca, in 
armour, standing near a bank, on which is 
a helmet — oval — 19 in. high 
627 A young French Princess, supposed to be 
the Duchesse du Maine, seated on a cushion 
blowing bubbles, a spaniel at her side — 
26 in. by 20 in. 
62S A lady, in a yellow dress and red cloak — 

oval — 29^ in. high 
629 Madame de Fontanges, in a yellow dress, and 
blue and ermine cloak — oval — 36 in. high 



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Larofilliere 



630 



Hughtenborg . 631 



Drouais . 

Mignard, after 
Netscher, after 

Jansens . 



632 

633 
634 

635 



Largilliere . 


. 636 


Mignard 


. 637 


Rigaud . 


. 638 


French . 


. 639 


Boucher 


. 640 


Boucher 


. 641 


Albano, after 


. 642 


Largilliere . 


. 643 



The Duke of Burgundy, in armour, with the 
ribbon of St. Esprit ; a battle in the back- 
ground — oval — 28 in. high 

The Princess Maria Clementina Sobieski, of 
Poland, mother of the Pretender, on horse- 
back, in the singular dress she wore in her 
romantic journey from Warsaw to Rome 
to marry the Prince James Stuart — 19 in. 
by 26 in. 

Louis XV., in a cuirass, and cloak em- 
broidered with fleurs-de-lys ; he wears the 
badge of the Golden Fleece — oval — 28^ in. 
high 

The Regent Duke of Orleans, in armour — 
oval — 26| in. high 

The Duchesse de Berri, in a blue velvet dress, 
seated, leaning on a cusliion, a child at her 
side — 24^ in. by 17 in. 

The artist, with his friends, feasting and 
dancing before the portico of a chateau — 
13 in. by 18 in. 

The Queen of Louis XV , in a dress orna- 
mented with jewels, holding a fan — oval — 
27iin. high 

Maria Theresa, in a white dress with pink 
ribbons — oval — 28 in. high 

Louis XIV., in armour, holding a baton — 
oval — 28 in. high 

An ecclesiastic, seated in a library — 211 in. by 
m in. 

A pastoral scene — a moulded panel — 3 ft. 6 in. 
wide 

The companion 

The Marine Venus — 8-J in. by 7^ in. 

Madame de Montespan — oval — 8| in. high 



4(j 



Coypel 



644 



Van Kessel . 


645 


Velasquez, after . 


646 


Breughel 


647 


Boel . . . 


648 


Breughel 


649 


J. de Mabeuse . 


650 



Netscher 



651 



Drouais . 


. 652 


Van Thulden 


. 653 


Kilian, after . 


. 654 


Parocel 


. 655 


Buys . . 


. 656 


Buys 


. 657 


Van Harpe . 


. 658 



The Duchess of Burgundy, in white dress 
with red drapery, attended by Cupid hold- 
ing music — 20 in. by 16 in. 

A group of armour, cannon, and other arms 
— on copper — 7^ in. by 11 in. 

A King of Portugal ; and Catharine of Bra- 
ganza — a pair — 63 in. by 4 J in. 

Summer and Winter — a pair of landscapes — 
4 in. by 6 in. 

Charles II., in armour, holding a baton, his 
left hand resting on a helmet — 8|in. by 6 in. 

An extensive landscape, with post-waggons 
and figures on a road — 8 in. by 12 in. 

The Virgin and Child, seated in a gothic 
stone throne, with landscape background — 
82 in. by 6 J in. 

The Duchess of Burgundy, in a crimson vel- 
vet dress, standing before a pedestal, on 
which is a group of fruits — arched top — 
13 in. by 10 in. 

Louis XV., in a violet coat, with the star of 
St. Esprit — 12 in. by 19 in. 

Charles II., in armour, a lion at his feet — 
small whole-length — 13 in. by 19| in. 

A prince of Hesse, in a black silk dress, stand- 
ing near a table — small whole-length — 

10 in. by 7iin. 

A French cavalier, like Turenne, on a horse 

richly caparisoned — 13g in. by lOg in. 
A conversation, in a garden — 21 1 in. by 

16^ in. 
The proposal — the companion — 21 g in. by 

16 in. 
Peace and Plenty crowning Frederick Henry, 

Prince of Orange, who is seated — 13 in. by 

11 in. 



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L. Cranach . 659 A Landscape, with the Duke of Saxony, 

attended by cavaliers and ladies, reposing 
round a fountain, near the portico of a 
palace ; a rocky bay scene in the back- 
ground, with arched top, festooned with gold 
— 12 in. by 15^ in. Highly interesting 
A. Grimmer . 660 St. Christopher carrying the Infant across 

a river, towards a rocky hermitage ; a 
city in the background — 5 in. by 8 in. A 
very perfect specimen of this rare Master 

St. Jerome, studying in a gothic apartment 
leading into a church — 5| in. by 7g in. 

The Due de Noailles, in a cuirass, with the 
star of St. Esprit — 13 in. by 10^ in. 

A gentleman, m a red silk dress and cloak, 
standing at a sculptured stone window — 
—8^ in. by 12 in. 

A peasant girl, in a brown dress and straw 
hat — 7h in. by 6i in. 

The Duchess of Burgundy, in a red velvet 
dress — oval, three-quarters-length — 31 in. 
high 

Marie de Bourbon, Duchess de Montpensier 
and Orleans, in a blue dress ornamented 
with rows of pearls, in the character of 
Fortune dispensing her gifts— »half-length — 
50 in. by 36^ in. 

Louis XIV., attended by his staff, outside tlie 
walls of Douay ; a deputation of burgo- 
masters kneeling before the Queen, who is 
seated in her gilt coach ; the French army 
is entering the tonn, over a bridge, in the 
background — 23 in. by 35Jin. 
6G8 The espousals of the Duke and Duchess of 
Burgundy, who are surrounded by Hymen, 
Minerva, and other allegorical figures; 



Steenwyck . 


. 661 


Rigaud . 


. 662 


G. Hoet 


. 663 


Boucher . 


. 664 


Largilliere . 


. 665 


MlGNARD 


. 666 



Van del Meulen 667 



MiGNARD AND 

Coy PEL 



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Van der Meulen 669 



Van der Meulen 670 



Netscher 



Mireveldt . 



Rigfaud . 



671 



F. Hals . . 

De Troye 
De Troye 

MiGNARD 



672 



673 



674 



675 



676 



677 



cupids, spreading a H^stoon of flowers,, in 
the foreground — 59 in. by 73 in. 

Louis XIV., on horseback, surrounded by 
his staff, directing the siege of a town, 
which is seen in the background — arched 
top — 21^ in. by 15^ in. 

Louis XIV,, on horseback, attended by his 
staff, receiving the keys of Marsau — ^21^ in. 
by 151 in. 

Racine, in a yellow dress and blue cloak, 
standing before a table, on which is a sword 
and mask ; a sculptured statue of Tragedy, 
in the background — half-length — 17-J in. by 
141 in. 

Admiral De Ruyter, in a black and gold 
dress, holding a baton, a page standing by 
his side ; a sea view in the background — 
half-length — 18 in. by 161 in. 

Philip, Due d' Anjou, in a crimson dress, 
holding a hat and feather under his arm — 
half-length— 37i in. by 30 in. 

Charles, Due de Berri, in a blue dress, his 
left hand expended — the companion — half- 
length— 37^ in. by 30 in. 

Madame de. Maintenon, in a yellow 
damask dress, and blue robe lined with er- 
mine, her hand resting on a book, seated at 
a table, on which is an hoin*-glass — 52 in. by 
40 in. This important portrait was pur- 
chased at the Sale of Quintin Crawford 
Prince Maurice, in gilt armour, on a white 
charger with very long mane ; an army in 
the background — 14 in. by 13 in. 

Louis XIV., in his coronation robes ; he holds 
a sceptre, the crown and insignia on a 
cushion by his side — 18 in. by 14 in. This 



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Boucher 



Mi re veldt 



Lely 



beautiful ininialvre partmit i.s signed by 
the Artiit 

678 Tlie Princess Victoire d'Orleans, as a river 

nymph, seated in a landscape — 18 in. by 
141 in. 

679 Frederick of Nassau, in a green dress and 

red scarf, white hat and feather, on a grey 
charger ; an army in the background 

680 A lady, like the Countess de Grammont, in a 

Hlac and white dress, with rich scarf, seated 
in a landscape, with sculpture in the back- 
ground — 26 in. by 21 in. 



Boucher 


681 


Boucher 


682 


Coypel . 


683 


Mignard 


684 


Mignard 


685 


Van der Meulen 


686 



Netscher . .687 



Nattier ... 688 



BACK DRAWING ROOM. 

A shepherd, keeping sheep and playing with 
a dove — a sopra porta — 5 ft. wide 

A sheperdess, with doves — the companion — 
5 ft. wide 

The Princess Victoire dOrleans, in a white 
and blue dress — oval, half-length — 28 in. 
high 

Madame delaValliere, holding a miniature of 
Louis XIV. — the companion — 28 in. Jiicrh 

The Duke of Burgundy, in armour — half- 
length — 21 in. by 16 in. 

Louis XIV., in armour, with a red cloak ; 
landscape background — small whole-length 
— 17iin. by 14 in. 

A girl, in a blue and white dress, with a basket 
of flowers on a pedestal — half-length — 
18|in, by 14 in. 

Joachim Bernard Potier, in a white silk dress, 
with a page and robes in the background — 
small whole-length — 18 in. by 15 in. 



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Migtiard . . 689 Madlle. de Houdaincourt, in a white silk 

dresSj seated in a landscape, holding a 
wreath of flowers ; a chateau in the back- 
ground — oval — 15 in. by 20 in. 

Wyck . . . 690 Head of an officer, in armour — oval — 7 in. high 

Van Loo . . 691 A lady, ina white and blue dress — half-length 

— 10|-in. by Sin. 

Rigaud . . . 692 Louis XV., in half armour, holding the 

sceptre, the crown and robes on a table at 
his side — small whole-length — 28 in. by 
21 in. 

Rigaud . . . 693 The Queen of Louis XV., in a white dress — 

the companion— small whole-length — 28 in. 
by 21 in. 

Piins . . . 694 A view in Holland, with figures on a road, 

and chateaux in the distance — 12, in. by 
16 in. 

Natoire . . . 695 Elizabeth, Duchess of Parma, aunt of Louis 

XVI., in a blue hunting dress, seated in a 
landscape — half-length — 15 in. by 12^ in. 

Drouais . . . 696 Louis XVL, or the Prince de Conde, in a 

blue coat — 17^ in. by 152 in. 

German . . . 697 Christina of Sweden, in a black dress, holding 

a sceptre : she is standing under the portico 
of a palace — 17 in. by 14 in. 

Rigaud . . . 698 The Dauphin, son of Louis XIV., with long 

light hair, in armour — oval — 28 in. high 

Van Loo . • . 699 A lady, in a white and blue dress, gathering 

flowers in a balcony — half-length — 44 in. 
by 34 in. 

Largilliere . . 700 Louis XIV., in gilt armour ; and his queen 

— a pair of ovals — three-quarters-length — 
25 in. high 

Mignard . . 701 Two young French princes, the sons of the 

Dauphin and grandsons of Louis XIV., 



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Nattier 



Miofiiard 



Van Loo 



Van Loo 



Miffnard 



Mignard 



Boucher 


. 708 


French . 


. 709 


De Troye . 


. 710 



Nattier . 
De Troye 



in blue dresses, the younger holding a 
miniature — halt-length — 34 in. by 36 in. 

702 A lady, in a white and blue silk dress, seated 

in a landscape, holding a page of music — 
—half-length— 39 in. by 31 in. 

703 Madame la Valliere, in a blue silk dress, 

with pearls in her hair, seated at a table — 
half-length— 38 in. by 29^ in. 

704 jNJadame Adelaide of Orleans, in a rich 

yellow dress — oval, three-quarters length — 
25 in. high 

705 Madame Elizabeth d'Orleans, in a red and 

yellow dress — oval, three-quarters length — 
25^ in. high 

706 Maria Theresa, in a blue dress and pearl 

necklace — three-quarters length — 18 in. by 
15iin. 

707 The Princess Henrietta, Duchess of Orleans, 

in a blue and white dress, ornamented with 
fleurs-de-lys : she holds a watch in her hand, 
a terrier is lying at her side — half-length 
—40 in. by 33 in. 

A harvest and vintage of cupids — a pair of 
sopra porte — 42 in. wide 

Madame GeofFroi, in a red dress, with a mutf 
— three-quarters length — 28 in. bv 22 in. 

The Duchess of Burgundy, in a blue di'es>:, 
with a spaniel and another dog— half- 
length— 28 in. by 22^ in. 

711 Louis XVIII , when a boy, in a blue coat — 

three-quarters-length — 25 in. bv 2i in. 

712 Madame Adelaide d'Orleans, in a white and 

blue dress, at a fountain, with an at- 
tendant presenting a basket of flo\ver> — 
half-length— 28 in. by 22 in. 

e2 



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RIGAUD 



713 



Miofnard . . 714 



German . 



Largilliere 



715 



716 



A. Booiien . . 717 



Mignard 


718 


E. Van der Neer 


719 


Schalken 


720 


Netscher 


721 



"Rigaud, after 


. 722 


Natoire . 


. 723 


Gonzales 


. 724 



La Comtesse de la Briffe, as Ceres, in a 
brown dress, seated on a bank, holding a 
sickle and ears of corn — half-length — 53 in. 
by 40 in. The beautiful portrait is en- 
graved by Drevet 
A gentleman, in a yellow dress and blue 
velvet cloak — three-quarters length — 31 in. 
by 23 in. 
The Emperor Paul of Russia, in a red coat 
and blue velvet ribbon — three-quarters 
length — 30^ in. by 24 in. 
The Pretender, in a red dress, wearing the 
Order of the Garter, and his sister, in 
white satin, at his side, in a garden — small 
whole-length — 26 in. by 21 in. — engraved 
Peter the Great, in armour, and his Empress 
Catherine — a pair — half-length — 13^ in. by 
%m. 
Madlle. de Montpensier, in a red dress — oval, 

three-quarters length — 15 in. high 
The Count Rantzou, in a cuirass and white 
scarf, holding a baton — half-length — 9 in. 
by fin. 
A lady, in a yellow and blue scarf — small 

oval — on copper — 5 in. high 
William III. in his robes; and Queen Mary, 
in a yellow satin dress and ermine cloak, 
seated in a garden — a pair — half-length. — 
15 in. by 12 in. 
A king and queen of Saxony — a pair of small 

whole-lengths — 20 in. by 13 in. 
A lady, in a white dress and veil — oval, 

three-quarters length — 20Jin. high 
A gentleman, in a white silk dress — oval, half- 
length — 071 copper — 6 in. high, Exqui- 
sitely painted 



53 



K. de Moor 


. 725 


Greuze . 


. 726 


Mignard 


. 727 



J 



;f^:GREUZH: . . 728 



German 



French 



F. de Troye 



729 



Rigaud 


. 730 


Mignard 


. 731 


Nattier . 


. 732 



733 



734 



Madlle. Vertue Carnee, in a blue and yellow 
dress — oval, half-length — SJin. high 

Marie Antoinette, in a white dress and veil 
— oval, three quarters length — 24 in. high 

Madame La Duchesse de Montausier, in a 
yellow and blue drapery — three-quarters 
length — 31 in. by 24 in. 

Madame de Pompadour, in a white flowered 
dress, with a muff — oval, three-quarters 
length — 23 in. high 

The Emperor Leopold, and his Empress, 
in fancy dresses — small whole-length — on 
copper — 13 in, by 9 in. 

The Duke of Burgundy, in armour, with the 
ribbon of St. Esprit: a battle in the dis- 
tance — half-length — 57 in. by 44 in. 

Mademoiselle Mancini, in a blue dress — 
three-quarters length — 28 in. by 23 in. 

Madame Tensin, in a blue dress, with black 
lace cap, holding a fan — three-quarters 
length— 30 in. by 24 in. 

Louis XVL, when young, in a red dress, with 
the Order of the Golden Fleece — three- 
quarters length — 22 in. by 19 in. 

A Princess of Orleans as Venus, with Cupid 
— half-length — 22 in. by 18 in. Engraved 
by Vattet 



End of Sixth Day's Sale. — First Day of Pictures. 



J^ZoS%. . 



Seventh Day's Sale. 



On MONDAY, MARCH 12, 1855, 



AT ONE O CLOCK PRECISELY. 



PICTURES. 

FIRST FLOOR LANDING, AND STAIRCASE. 

Largilliere . . 735 An officer, in a cuirass and red velvet cloak — 

three- qiiarters length — 34 in. by 26 in, 
Boiiton . . . 736 A Prince of the Lorraine family, in a red 

coat — half-length — 35 in. by 29 in. 
Mignard . . 737 Marie, Queen of Louis XIV., in a white dress 

and pearl necklace — oval, three-quarters 

length^ — 31 in. by 26 in. 
Mignard . . 738 Portrait of the artist, in a blue cloak— oval, 

three-quarters length — 32 in. by 25 in. 
Nattier „ . . 739 A lady, in a white satin dress and pink cloak, 

with a wreath of flowers on her shoulders 

— three-quarters length— 30 in. by 25 in. 
Ramsay . . 740 Frederick, Prince of Wales, and the Princess, 

in their robes — a pair — ^small whole-length 

— 35 in. by 24 in. 
Mignard . . 741 Head of a lady, with pink feathers in her 

hair — 16^ in. by 13 in. 




A J MA!^ON 



EIiEii»rOR OP PORTUGAL 
926 



55 



French 
Moroni 



German 



German 



Drouais . 

K. de Moor 

Parocel . 
Rigaud . 

Rigaud . 



742 Cardinal Richelieu, in an ermine cloak — 

17 in. by 13 in. 

743 A Grand Duchess of Tuscany, in a rich dress 

striped with gold, a chain of pearls hang- 
ing from her neck ; her right hand resting 
en a chair, a fan in her left, and drapery 
behind — half-length — 44 in. by 39 in. 

744 The Empress Maria Theresa, in a white dress 

and ermine robes, her left hand resting 
on a crown — half-length — 55 in. by 45 in. 
Presented by the Empress to the Earl of 
Hyndford 

745 Anne, Duchess of Courland, in a yellow silk 

dress, wearing a red ribbon badge and star 
of diamonds, a fan in her right hand — half- 
length — 50 in. by 38 in. This porlrait of 
the sister of Maria Theresa, is from the 
Collection of the Earl of Hyndford, who 
was Ambassador at the Court of Russia, 
from 1741 to 1749 

746 Sophie, aunt of Louis XVI., in a richly em- 

broidered pink dress, holding a page of 
music — half-length — 28 in. by 23 in. 

747 A lady, in a white satin dress and pearl neck- 

lace, holding a gilt dish of fruit — tialf- 
length— 37 in. by SOJ in. 

748 Louis XIV., in a blue coat, on a bay charo^er, 

in a landscape — 50 in. by 37| in. 

749 A marshal, like Mar.>liai Tallard, in armour, 

with a blue ribbon and a crimson cloak 
over his shoulder, his hand resting on his 
helmet — half-length— 46 in. by 38^ in. 

750 Louis XV., in his coronation robes — whole- 

length — 52| in. by 40^ in. 



56 



Migjiard . . 75 1 The Duchesse de Berri, in a white dress orna- 
mented with rubies and pearls, holding an 
arrow — half-length — 39 in. by 35 in. 

Mignard . . 752 Louise, Duchess of Orleans, in a rich yellow 

dress with blue cloak, seated — half-length 
—34 in. by 27 in. 

De Troye . . 753 A girl, in a crimson satin dress, holding a 

basket of flowers on a terrace, a greyhound 
before her — whole-length — 51 in. by 31 in. 

Largilliere . . 754 The Duchesse de Berri, in a gold and crimson 

velvet dress, as Cleopatra, about to drop 
the pearl into a silver vessel on a table 
—half-length— 48 in. by 38^ in. 
Two nymphs, one of them sleeping after the 

chace — a sopra porta, about 4 ft. wide 
A lady, in a blue dress and turban, playing 
the guitar — three-quarters length — 32 in. 
by 25 in. 
A frost scene outside the walls of Antwerp, 
with masquerade and other figures skating 
on the frozen moat — 26| in. by 42 in. 
A Dutch village, on a river, with numerous 
figures assembled round the booth of a 
charlatan, waggons and market figures on 
the right — 24 in. by 35 in. 
Louis XIV., on horseback, accompanying his 
Queen in her coach, drawn by six white 
horses, and attended by a numerous cortege, 
on a road towards a fortified city — 29 in. 
by 45 in. 

Drouais . . . 760 An aunt of Louis the XVI., in a green dress, 

embroidered with flowers — three-quarters 
length — 25 in. by 20 in. 

Drouais . . . 761 An aunt of Louis the XVI... in a dress embroi- 
dered with white flowers — the companion 
— three-quarters length — 25 in. by 20 in. 



Boucher . 


. 755 


Van Loo 


. 756 


Avercauip . 


. 757 


Michaud 


. 758 



Van der Meulen 759 



57 



Largillikke . 762 



Boufflais 



De Troye 



German 



Largilliere . 



German 



Rigaud , 



De Troye 



763 



764 



765 



766 



767 



768 



German . . . 769 



770 



A gentleman, in a lilac and blue dress, 
reposing on a bank after the chace, dogt 
and dead partridges at his side. Admirably 
painted — 51 in. by 30 in, 

A camp scene, with a general officer and 
attendants before a tent, soldiers casting 
lots with dice on a drum in the fori^ground 
— 25 in. by 31i in. 

The Due de Berri, seated in a landscape, 
caressing a dog and watching a bullfinch — 
whole-length — 57 in. by 45 in. 

The Empress Elizabeth of Russia, in a richly 
ornamented yellow boddice with pearls, 
and a blue cloak lined with ermine, seated, 
with her right hand on the crown — half- 
length — about 47 in. by 36 in. 

A French prince, in aj-mour, a blue cloak 
over his shoulders, his left hand resting on 
a helmet, a page at his side — half-length 
— 53 in. by 43 in. 

The Empress Catharine of Russia, in a white 
dress, and yellow robe lined with ermine, 
holding the sceptre, a coronet on her head 
— half-length — 54 in. by 44 in. 

The Duke of Burgundy, in armour, with 
the ribbon of St. Esprit, holding a baton in 
his right hand, his left resting on a helmet 
— half-length — 55 in. by 43 in. 

An officer of the Thirty Years' War, like 
Tortonstcin, in armour, with lace collar and 
red scarf, his I'ight hand resting on a helmet 
with a red plume; a coat of arms in the 
background— half-length — 46 in. by 38 in. 

Augustus II., of Poland, the Father of 
Marshal Saxe, in a pink velvet coat and 
cuirass, with the Badge of the Golden Fleece, 
and St. Esprit, holding a baton— half- 
length — 60 in. by 42 iu. 



58 



LIBRARY. 



School of Bronzi no 771 



Le Due 



772 



Nattier 



773 



Pourbus 



Holbein 



L. CORNELISZ 



774 



775 



776 



A lady of the. house of Medicis, in a crimson 
embroidered dress, with pearl necklace and 
ribbons in her hair — three-quarters length — 
25^ in. by 19 in. 

A cavalier, in a yellow doublet, white collar, 
and crimson cap with feathers, smoking a 
pipe, a page, in a blue dress, putting on his 
spurs ; two figures in the background— oval 
— 18^ in. high — in oak frame, elaborately 
carved with fruit and vegetables by Ver- 

BRUGGEN 

Marie Leczinski, of Poland, Queen of 
France, in a crimson dress, with black 
lace and white sleeves : she is seated at a 
table, her arm ivsti ng on a book — 47 in. 
by 36-i-in. The well known picture, en- 
graved hy Tardieu 

A lady, in a black dress, supposed to be Mary 
Queen of Scots, with slashed sleeves, and 
a gold chain round her waist, her head-dress 
of pearls — half-length — 31 in. by 24 in. 

Fulke Greville, Lord Brooke, in a black 
dress and hat, with a white ruff, holding his 
gloves in his left hand — half-length — 13^ 
in. by 9^ in. 

A gentleman, in a black dress edged with 
brown fur, and a black cap, holding a letter 
in his right hand, a ring on the forefinger 
of his left, an inscription beneath — half- 
length — 14 in. by 11 in. The inscription is 
believed to be " Vera Effigies Roberti fil : 
Anthony De Bruton dni de Lisulis quoda 
fit de Thornburgh dni de Bruges, Domi 
Patris Anthony Picloris (or Rectoris), 1524. 
Requiescal in pace." 



59 

P. lie Clianipagiie 717 Louis XIV , when young, in a richly ombroi- 

dered blue silk dress, holding- a stick ot 
office in his hand ; a crimson drapery 
behind — whole-length — 50 in. by 39 in. 

Van den Tempel 778 A lady, in a blue silk dress with white sleeves, 

and a yellow scarf, .-^eated in a landscape, 
with a spaniel in her lap — half-length — 
44 in. by 35^ in. 

Mignard . . 779 Maria Theresa, Queen of Louis XIV., in a 

black and white dress edged with ermine, 
seated at a table — half-length — 50 in. by 
38 in. 

Mark Gakrard 780 JA^E, Marchione,ss of Winchester, in a 

richly embroidered crimson dress, with 
slashed sleeves, standing near a green velvet 
cushion ; a drapery suspended behind — 
half-length — 51 in. by 36^ in. 

Sir p. Lkly . 781 Nell Gwynne, in a yellow silk dress and 

white sleeves, with a blue mantle, seated on 
a stone plinth, caressing a lamb — half- 
length — 48 in. by 38^ in. 

Sir P. Lely . . 782 A youth, supposed to be the Duke of Rich- 
mond, in a crimson and white silk dress, 
holding an arrow in his hand, a spaniel 
running at his side — whole-length — 50 in. 
by 34 in. 

Maes . . . 783 A child, in a crimson silk dress and plume 

of feathers, a spaniel by his side — oval — 
15iin. high — in oak frame, elaborately 
carved with fruits and flowers by Ver- 

BRUGGEN 

Kavensteyn . 784 A gentleman, in a black striped dress, with lace 

ruff: he holds his gloves in his left hand, 
his hat on a table by his side — half-length 
— 44 in. by 33 in. This admirable portrait 
is dated 1635 



60 



Sir P. Lely . . 785 A lady, in a light yellow dress, supposed to be 

the Countess of Sunderland, seated on an 
orange drapery in a landscape — half-length 
—46 in. by 39 in. 

RiGAUD . . 786 Marshal Yauban, in a buff dress and white 

scarf, his hand resting on his baton — half- 
length — 49 in. by 36iin. The engraved 
picture. Very fine 

RiGAUD . . . 787 Maksiial de Belleisle, in armour, wearing 

the badge of the St. Esprit and Golden 
Fleece : he holds his baton, liis helmet on 
a bank before him ; a battle in the back- 
ground — 51 in. by 39 in. — engraved 

Honthorst . . 788 Maria, the wife of William II., Prince of 

Orange, in a brown silk dress with white 
sleeves, and pearl necklace, before a table, 
on which is a basket of roses : she holds a 
coronet in her right hand; a landscape 
background — 48 in. by 39 in. 

MiREVELDT . 789 Sir Giles Allington, ancestor of the 

Lords Allington, of Wimandley in Herts, 
and of Killard in Ireland, in a black dress 
and ruff; a crimson drapery suspended 
behind. He married a daughter of Cecil, 
first Earl of Exeter — three-quarters length 
— 28 in. by 24 in. This interesting por- 
trait is engraved in the History of the 
Ccesar family 

Sir A. More . 790 A lady, in a black dress, and head dress orna- 
mented with rich jewels, a white hand- 
kerchief round her neck ; she holds a 
feather fan in her hand — half-length — 31 
in, by 23^ in. 

German . , . 791 A Landgrave and his wife, in white dresses 

embroidered with gold : they are standing 
under a canopy marked with arms, the word 
" Jehova " above. 1636. 19 in. by 13 in. 



61 



DINING ROOM. 

Wissing . . . 792 The Duke of Somerset, in his robes, with the 

badge of the Garter, his left hand resting 
on a table, on which is a hat and plume — 
half-length — 48 in. by 39 in. 

Van Dyck . . 793 The Duchess of Holstein, in a yellow silk 

dress with white sleeves, and a lilac scarf 
over her shoulder, which she is holding 
with her right hand — half-length — 48 in. 
by 39 in. 

Nason . . . 794 Charles II., in steel and gold armour, with 

the badge of the Garter : he is holding a 
baton, the crown on a table by his side — 
half-length — 46 in. by 36 in. The subject 
of the celebrated engraving by Van Dalen 

Rigaud . . . 795 The Empress Maria Theresa, in a blue 

dress and yellow velvet cloak : she is 
seated at a table, holding a sceptre — half- 
length — 54 in. by 39 in. Given by the 
Empress to a hospital at Ghent 

Myttbns . . 796 Charles I., in a pink silk dress with slashed 

sleeves, with lace collar, and the ribbon 
and badge of the Garter, his right hand 
extended, and the left resting on the 
hilt of his sword — half-length — 46 in. by 
86 in. 

F. Bol . . . 797 A lady, in a black dress, holding a fan in her 

right hand : she holds a flower in her left 
on a globe : she is seated on the terrace of 
a chateau — half-length — 46 in. by 36 in. 

Siii P. Lely . 798 Nell Gwynne, in a white dress and blue 

mantle, seated on a bank in a landscape — 
half-length — 49 in, by 40 in. A very ele- 
gant portrait 



62 



Bronzino 



French 



COELLO 



Rubens 



Scipione Pulzoni 803 



Cuyp 



Myttens 



Sir A. More 



799 TheDuchessBiancaCapella.ofTuscany, 

in a crimson dress and white slashed sleeves 
and lace collar — half-length — 33 in. by 
26iin. 

800 A youthful princess, presumed to be Anne of 

Austria when young, in a richly embroi- 
dered white dress, with pearl necklace and 
a ruff — three-quarters length — 21 in. by 
18in. 

801 Isabella de Valois, wife of Philip II., in 

a crimson dress richly embroidered, with 
collar and cross of jewels, and jewels in 
her hair — three-quarters length — 21 in. by 
IZiin. 

802 The Due d'Olivarez. in armour, with hat and 

feather, on a chesnut horse, in a landscape 
—23 in. by 18 in. 
A Duchess of Parma, in a black dress and 
lace ruff, with a jewelled badge on her 
shoulder, and head ornament of pearls, her 
right hand raised to a gold chain, which is 
suspended round her neck ; a crimson dra- 
pery behind — three-quarters length — 32 in. 
by 25 in. 

804 William II., Prince of Orange, in a black 

dress, edged with gold, on a brown horse, 
a river in the distance — 19 in. by 13 in. 

805 The Duke D'Epernon, in a ruff, and brown 

slashed dress and lilac cloak, with the 
ribbon of the Garter — three-quarters length 
—20 in. by 15^ in. 

806 Isabella de Valois, in a black dress, with 

gold collar and jewel, a carnation flower 
suspended from her ruff, with a white and 
gold wreath on her head — three-quarters 
length — 20 in. by 15 in. 



63 



PRIMATICCIO 807 



Old Breughel . 808 



S. Francks . . 809 



Cuyp 



810 



C. Jaiisen . . 811 



Backhuyzen . 812 



K. tie Moor. . 813 



Van der Heist . 814 



THK CARDINAL OF CHATILLON, 

in a crimson damask dress and cloak, with 
a broad front of ermine, a small red cap on 
his head ; he holds his gloves in his right 
hand, which rests on the back of a chair, 
his left hand resting in his girdle — half- 
length — 36 in. by 28 in., inscribed iE 48, 
1531. A noble portrait, full of fine cha- 
racter, signed by the Master 

A kermesse and dance in a Dutch village : 
a composition of many figures — 15 in. by 
22 in. 

A ball. From Louis Philippe's Collection 
— 19 in. by 26 in. 

Frederick Henry, eldest son of Frederick of 
Bohemia, uhen a child, in a white dress, 
hat, and feather, holding a flower in his 
right hand, and a basket in his left — oval 
— 29 in. high 

Lady Falkland, in a black dress, with elaborate 
lace collar — three-quarters length — 28 in. 
by 22 in. 

Portrait of the Artist, in a blue velvet 
cloak and flowing wig : he is pointing towards 
a ship of war, which is seen in the back- 
ground ; he holds a palette in his left hand, 
a celestial globe on the right in front — 
half-length — 34iin. by 27i in. 

A Dutch gentleman, in a flowing wig, yellow 
dress, and blue and crimson cloak — oval — 
27 in. high 

Martin Tromp, in a black dress and steel 
gorget, wearing a gold medal suspended 
by a blue ribbon ; a sea fight in the back- 
ground : the portrait enclosed in a stone — 
oval, three-quarters length — 28 in. by 23 in. 



64 



Sir P. Lely . . 815 James II., in the robes of the Garter, standing 

before a table, on which is his hat and 
plunae of feathers — small whole-length — 
40 in. by 27 in. 

Rigaud . . . 816 Elizabeth Christina de Brunswick Wolfen- 

buttel. Empress of Germany, in a dress 
covered with magnificent jewels ; the crown 
and sceptre of Hungary, on a crimson 
cushion on her left. Died 1750 — half- 
length — 37 in. by 29^ in. 

P.de Champagne 817 Portrait of LouisXIIL, in armour, ornamented 

with gilt fleurs-de-lys, wearing a white scarf 
and the ribbon of the St. Esprit — half- 
length — 28 in. by 22 in. 

Mark Garrard . 818 A lady, in an elaborately worked dress of 

white and gold, a mirror suspended from 
the side of her dress ; she holds a red 
feather fan in her right hand ; on the 
finger of her left hand is a ring, attached 
to her wrist by a silk cord ; a green drapery 
behind— half-length- 33^ in. by 28 in. 

Mireveldt . . 819 Maurice of Nassau, in a yellow quilted dress 

with a ruff, his right hand resting against 
his side — half-length — 43 in. by 29^ in. 

S. COELLO . 820 ANNA MARIA OF AUSTRIA, Queen 

of Philip II. of Spain, in a white silk dress, 
ornamented with broad gold bands of 
arabesque pattern, a chain of rich jewels 
round her neck and waist ; she wears a 
small black velvet cap with white feather, 
from which a rich jewel is suspended, her 
left hand resting on the arm of a chair — 
half-length — 48 in. by 39 in. A noble 
chef-d'oeuvre of the great Spanish portrait 
painter. Signed by him 



65 



Zoust 



821 



School ofL.daVinci 822 
School of L.daVinci 823 
Mireveldt . . 824 



Myttens . . . 825 

Myttens . . . 826 

Mireveldt . . 827 

German . , . 828 



S. J. 1659 . . 829 



German . . . 830 



Myttens ... 831 



A lady, in a white satin dress, holding a blue 
scarf in her right hand, and a rose in her 
left— half-length— 38 in. by 21 in. 

La Belle Ferroniere — 22i in. by 19 in. 

La Joconda — 28 in. by 22 in. 

Frederick Henrv, Prince of Orange, in a 
black silk dress and white collar, a medal 
suspended by a gold chain from his neck — 
three-quarters length — 26 in, by 21^ in. 

A gentleman, presumed to be Lord Selkirk, 
in a white quilted dress, with a ruff — three- 
quarters length — 26 in. by 1\\ in. 

Wriottesley, Earl of Southampton, Knight of 
the Garter, in a black dress with a lace 
collar — three-quarters length — 29 in. by 
23 in. 

Frederick Henry of Orange, in brown and 
gold armour, and lace collar — three- 
quarters length — 10^ in. by 8 in. 

Christian V., King of Denmark, in a gorget, 
and yellow and red dress, holding a baton, 
the crown and sceptre on a fable at his 
side; and his queen, Ulrica — a pair of 
small whole-lengths — 14 in. by 10 in. — on 
copper 

A Dutch gentleman, in a black cloak and 
broad rimmed hat — three-quarters length — 
12^ in. by 11 in. 

Christian IV., King of Denmark, in a yellow 
dress with green sleeves, standing by a 
table — small whole-length — 13 in, by 8^ in. 

Elizabeth of Bohemia, in a large ruff and rich 
dress, with necklace and badge of jewels — 
three-quarters length — 10 in. by 8 in. 

F 



G6 



S. J. ... 832 
German. . . 833 

K.duJardin,1671 834 



Mytlens ... 835 



Van Dyck, after 836 

Joanes Luca D' 837 
Enrico 



Mireveldt . . 838 



M. Garrard . 839 



Mireveldt . 840 



A Dutch naval officer, in a lilac dress, holding 
a baton — half-length — 12 in. by 11 in. 

Christian IV., King of Denmark, in a yellow 
dress, holding a baton ; a helmet on a table 
by his side — small whole-length — 13 in. 
by 9 in. 

A Lady, with light hair, in a yellow and 
pink dress and lilac scarf, holding her hand 
over a fountain formed of a cupid on a 
dolphin — half-length — 50 in. by 54 in. — 
Very elegant 

An officer, like the Marquis de Vieuville, in a 
cuirass, with lace collar and blue and gold 
scarf — three-quarters length — 25 in. by 
21 in. 

Henrietta Maria, in a white dress — halMength 
—23 in. by 19 in, 

PHILIP III., King of Spain, in rich armour, 
with baton and helmet by his side, kneeling 
in prayer before a battle ; a sea fight seen 
in the distance — an inscription beneath — 
55 in. by 38 in, 

James I., in a white silk dress, with chain and 
jewels, a jewelled badge in his hat — three- 
quarters length — 22 in. by 16 in. 

Lady Shirley, her face seen in profile, in a 
dress embroidered with flowers in brilliant 
colours — three-quarters length — 22 in. by 
17 in. 

Henry Frederick, Prince of Orange, in a crim- 
son silk dress striped with gold, wearing a 
riiflP and gorget, his left hand resting on the 
hilt of his sword — half-length — 4H in. by 
29 in. 



67 



Palomino . . 841 



W. MIERIS . 842 



Coello 



S43 



Rigaucl . 



844 



French . . . 845 



Mireveldt, 1635 846 



C. Jansen . . 847 



C. Jansen . . 848 



A cavalier, somewhat like the Archduke 
Albeit, in rich steel and gold armour, 
with a ruff, holding a baton in his right 
hand ; a plumed helmet on a table at his 
side — half-length — 46 in. by 33 in. 

THE ARTIST, in a yellow silk dress, and 
crimson velvet cloak fastened by a jewel ; 
he holds a palette and brushes in his left 
hand, the right hand extended — oval — 34 
in. high. This beautiful portrait is of 
the artisfs most elaborate and delicate 
finish 

Isabella Clara Eugenia, in a white dress, 
elaborately ornamented with gold ; she 
wears a lace ruff and a collar, and pendant 
of rich jewels and pearls — half-length — 
46^ in. by 38 in. 

The Duchesse d'Orleans, in a blue and gold 
damask dress and blue scarf — oval, half- 
length — 34 in. high 

A Cavalier, in a yellow doublet, with red 
cloak, bearing the badge of the Garter, 
holding a hat and plume of feathers in his 
right hand — half-length — 36 in. by 26 in. 
Admirably painted 

A gentleman, in a black silk dress and lace 
collar, and large hat — oval, three-quarters 
length — 28 in. high 

Sir Richard Fanshawe, with fair hair, in a 
black silk dress and lace collar, his left 
hand holding his cloak — 28 1 in. by 
24 in. 

Lady Fanshawe, the wife of the preceding, in 
a black dress, with lace collar and rows of 
pearls — three-quarters length — 28| in. by 
24 in. 

f2 



68 



Wyck 



Old Cuyp 



Zoust 



JVI ignard 



Velazquez. . 849 Marie Louise d'Orleans, Queen of Charles 11 , 

of Spain, with long black hair falling over 
her shoulders, in a crimson dress, holdinof 
a basket of flowers — halMength — 30 in. 
by 23 in, 

850 A son of the King of Bohemia, in armour, 
with a gold chain round his neck — three- 
quarters length — 29 in. by 22^ in. 

851 A lady, in a black dress and large ruff — 
oval, three-quarters length — 28 in. high 

852 Admiral Van Tromp, the younger, in a cuirass 
and blue silk dress, with crimson cloak; a 
sea fight in the background — half-length — 
42 in. by 34 in. 

853 The youthful Princess of Conde, with light 
hair, in a yellow dress richly embroidered, 
with gold damask train ; a yellow drapery 
suspended behind — whole-length — 62 in. 
by 43 in. 

854 The youthful Prince of Conde, in a dress 
richly embroidered, holding a plan of a 
fortification in his hand ; with crimson dra- 
pery behind — whole-length — the companion 
—62 in. by 43 in. 

Lucy Harrington, Countess of Bedford, 
in a blue and white dress, richly embroi- 
dered, and yellow scarf, her left hand rest- 
ing on the stem of a vine ; she is leading 
with her right hand a child at her side, 
who holds a bunch of grapes^ — whole-length 
— 69 in. by 43 in. From Mereworth 
Castle 

Sir p. Lel\ . 856 An Officer, supposed to be the Duke of 

Gloucester, in armour, holding a baton in 



Mignard 



Mark Garrard 855 



69 

his right hand;, his left resting on a helmet — 
whole-length — 7'2 in. by 43 in. Admirably 
painted 

Palomino . . 857 Isabella de Valois, wife of Philip II., in a 

black dress with pink sleeves, with necklace 
of pearls and jewels ; she holds a jewelled 
chain in her left hand, her right hand rest- 

', " ing on the back of a chair ; she wears a 

black cap on her head, ornamented with 
pearls, a plume of red and white feathers, 
and a rich jewel suspended over her right 
oai- — whole-length — 75 in. by 43 in. 



End of Seventh Days Sale. 



Eighth Day's Salt 



On TUESDAY, MARCH 13, 1855, 



AT ONE O CLOCK PRECISELY. 



Dobson . 



859 



Maes 

Dutch . . 

C. Jansen 

Maes 

Van tier Moulen 863 



Parocel ... 864 
Sir A. More, 1561 865 



PICTURES. 

ENTRANCE HALL. 

858 A gentleman, supposed to be John Evelyn 
in a brown dress and yellow cloak, holding 
a crook — half-length — 39 in. by 33 in. 

A Dutch commander, in armour, holding a 
baton— half-length— 48 in. by 37 in. 

William III., when young, iti armour — half- 
length— 31 in. by 25 in. 

A lady, in a black dress, with pearl necklace 
and bracelets — half-length — 38 in. by 31 in. 

Christina of Sweden, in a red cloak — half- 
length — 44 in. by 33 in. 

Louis XIV. in his coach, passing in procession 
over the Pont Neuf — a composition of 
numerous figures — 43 in. by 22^ in. 

Louis XIV., on a white charger, with a siege 
in the background — 38§ in. by 30 in. 

A lady, in a black dress and gold chain — three- 
quarters length — 7h i". by 6 in. 



860 



861 



862 




I.ABV jrOHAIO-M-A ABERGAVSiriffT. 
92 8 



71 



Bronzino . . 8G6 



French . 



867 



VanVitell . . 868 



School of A. More 869 



Van Bloeraen . 870 



Van Vitell 



Sandraart 



Sandraart 
Rubens . 



French 



. 87i 

. 872 

^ 873 

. 874 

. 875 

. 876 



W. Van der Vleet 877 



Rubens . 



Pourbus 



878 



879 



Head of Leonora di Medici — 7{ in. by 

5iin. 
The Duchess de Montpensier, in a richly 

ornamented dress and plume of feathers — 

small whole-length — 50 in. by 38 in. 
A view of the Tuileries and Seine, at Paris, 

with boats and figures — 30 in. by 51 in. 
Two children, in white dresses with crimson 

stripes — half-length — 30 in. by 37 in. 
A camp scene, with horsemen and butchers' 

tents — 32 in. by 39 in. 
The Pont Neuf and surrounding buildings, 

with numerous figures and carriages in the 

foreground — 29 in. by 50| in. 
A cavalier, in a black silk cloak, with a 

rapier — half-length — 42 in. by 29| in. 
A lady, in a black dress, with girdle of pearls 

—half-length— 43 in. by 31 in. 
A cavalier, in a black dress with lace collar 

— half-length — 34 in. by 27^ in. 
The Archduke Albert, in a black dress, with 

a ruff and gold chain — three-quarters 

length— 30 in. by 21iin. 
A gentleman of the time of Louis XII., in 

a light brown slashed dress, his right hand 

on his stick — half-length — 39 in. by 28 in. 
An ecclesiastic, in black robes, seated in a 

chair, a crucifix on a table by his side — 

half-length, inscribed ^t 45, 1631 — 43 in, 

by 33 in. 
Isabella, the Governess of the Low Countries, 

in a black and gold dress, with a ruff — 

three-quarters length — 31 in. by 22^ in. 
An elderly man, with a grey beard, in a black 

dress edgred with fur, and a ruff — three- 

quarters length — 25 in. by 21^ in. 



72 



Mireveldt 



WlGMANNA . 



881 



C, Jansens 


• • 


882 


Sandraart 


• • 


883 


Giialdorp 


• » 


884 


Velazquez, 


after 


885 


F. Hals . 


• • 


886 


De Troye 


. .. 


887 


De Troye 


, , 


888 



880 A lady, in a black dress, with gold chain and 
ruff — three-quarters length — 26^ in. by 
22 in. 

The Czar Peter, at dinner with the Mayor 
of Dorkum, in Friesland, surrrounded by 
male and female attendants ; figures in the 
background looking through a window — 
46 in. by 70 in. Bought from a naval 
captain at Dorkum, whose wife is a des- 
cendant of the mayor represented 

A lady, in a green and pink dress, with broad 
lace collar — three-quarters length, inscribed 
Passi— 25iin. by 22i in. 

Portrait of a lady, in a ruff 

A gentleman, in a black silk dress and ruff, 
holding his gloves in his hand — three-quar- 
ters length — 32 in. by 26|in. 

An Infanta of Spain, in a white silk dress, 
with red scarf 

886 A lady, in a black dress and lace collar, hold- 
ing a jewel at her breast — three-quarters 
length — 34 in. by 27 in. 

The Duke of Burgundy, in his robes — small 
whole-length 

The Duchess of Burgundy, in a hunting dress, 
with an attendant — the companion 



Myttens 



INNER HALL. 

889 A lady, in a black silk dress and blue silk 
petticoat, with lace collar, holding a flow- 
ered fan in her hand — half-length — 46 in. 
by 37 in. 



73 

Edema . . . 890 A view of St. Cloud, from the river— 41 in. 

by 72 in. 

Myttens . . 891 A lady, in a light flowered dress, holding a 

lemon, a spaniel on a table at her side — 
half-length— 421 by 33 in. 

Rigaud . , . 892 The artist, in a blue dress and red velvet 

cloak — three-quarters length — 32 in. by 
25 in. 

K. DU Jardin . 893 The Artist, in a yellow silk dress lined 

with red — half-length — 42 in. by 31 in. 

Van Loo . . 894 Madame de Pompadour, as a pilgrim — three- 
quarters length — 31 in. by 25 in. 



Mark Garrard 



Pourbus 



Greco 



Coello 



895 



896 



897 



898 



ARMOURY. 

A princess, in a rich crimson dress, with lace 
ruff and sleeves, red hat, and white feathers 
—half-length— 41 in. by 32 in. 

Isabella Clara, when young, in a rich em- 
broidered dress, with ruff and double chain 
round her neck, holding a fan in her hand, 
and drapery behind — half-length — 47 in* 
by 34 in. 

Don Rodrigo Ponze de Leon, in rich gilt 
armour, wearing the order of the Golden 
Fleece, holding a baton in his right hand, 
his left resting on the hilt of his sword, a 
plumed helmet by his side — half-length — 
50^ in. by 37 in. 

A lady, in a rich white and gold dress, with a 
necklace of pearls and ruff, her right hand 
resting on the back of a chair, a handker- 
chief in her left — half-length — 45:^ in. by 
36* in. 



74 



Greco 



School of J 
Mabeuse . 



Pourbus . . 899 A lady, in a white dress and black robe, with 

a ruff, a jewel suspended from a chain at 
her side, a shield of arms above : in mar- 
, queterie frame — half-length — 42 in. by 28:| 

in. 
900 A Spanish marshal, in a yellow doublet and 
steel gorget, holding a baton, a morion at 
his side — half-length — 41^ in. by 322in. 
de 901 Louis XII., in a crimson cloak, giving 
alms to a beggar who holds a wooden 
bowl, a peasant woman, carrying a child 
on her shoulder, and three other figures 
behind ; in the background are representa- 
' tions of teaching the young, and clothing the 

naked, under a portico supported by square 
columns — in tortoiseshell frame — 36iin. by 
27 in. 

Pourbus . . . 902 A lady, in a black dress with white sleeves and 

ruff, a gold chain round her neck j she 
holds her gloves in her right hand, and a 
book in her left — in tortoiseshell frame 
— half-length — 35 in. by 25^ in. 

L. Crauach . . 903 A Duke of Saxony, in a crimson dress and 

black cloak, holding a purse in his hand — 
in tortoiseshell frame — three-quarters length 
—231 in. by 16 in. 

L Cranach . . 904 A Duchess of Saxony, in a richly worked dress 

with gold chains round her neck ; a green 
curtain before her, and a scroll ornament 
above — in tortoiseshell frame three-quarters 
length — 26 in. by 16 in. 

Coello . . . 905 Don Carlos, son of Philip II., in a white silk 

dress edged with fur, and wearing the 
collar of the Golden' Fleece, his right hand 
on the handle of a dagger, his left on the 



75 



Pourbus . . . 906 



Mireveldt . . 907 



Early Flemish . 908 



Venetian . . 909 



J.DE MABEUSE910 



HOLBEIN . 911 



L. DE HEERE 912 



Q. Matsys , .. 913 



hilt of his sword — half-length — 43 in. by 
34 in. 

Henri IV., in a white quilted dress, with the 
order of St. Esprit, standing before a table 
—half-length— 43 in. by 33a in. 

The Archduke Albert, in richly ornamented 
armour, wearing the collar of the Golden 
Fleece — three-quarters length — 26 in. by 
20 in. 

A gentleman, in a black cloak, with a land- 
scape background — arched top — three- 
quarters length — 23^ in. high 

A boy, in white doublet and crimson hose, 
holding a bow and arrow, a dog at his side, 
in a landscape — small whole-length — 45 in. 
by 33 in. 

HENRY VII., in a yellow dress ornamented 
with jewels, and a red cloak edged with 
fur, holding his glove in his hand — in 
tortoiseshell frame — three-quarters length 
— 22^ in. by 18 in. A portrait of the high- 
est interest 

Henry VIII., in a gold damask dress, with 
a red cloak edged with fur, his right hand 
in his girdle — small half-length — 25^ in. 
by 17^ in. — in marqueterie frame 

Queen Elizabeth, in a white dress, and 
black robe ornamented with gold, a chain, 
with jewel, round her neck, and coronet on 
her head — small half-length — 28 in. by 
20 in. 

St. Jerome, seated in meditation, his right 
hand raised to his forehead, his left resting 
on a skull ; the cardinal's hat and a can- 
dlestick before him ; landscape background 
— 33^ in. by 26 in. The engraved picture 



7^ 



L. Cranach . 



Janet 



L. Cranach . 



ZUCCHERO . 



ZUCCHEKO 



Milanese 



Pourbus 



Janet . 



914 A lady, in a crimson velvet dress and black 

cap, holding a bunch of lilies of the valley 
in her hand — in tortoiseshell frame — half- 
length — 19^ in. by 1 5 in. 

915 Head of Charles IX., in a black dress, ruff, 

and cap ornamented with pearls — in tor- 
toiseshell frame — 19 in. by 16^ in. 

916 A Duke of Saxony, in a black coat with fur 

collar, and black cap, holding a bunch of 
carnations — three-quarters length — in tor- 
toiseshell frame — 19 in. by 15 in. 

917 Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester, 

in a yellow doublet and crimson sleeves, 
wearing the Order of the Garter, his right 
hand on his girdle, with cap, and red 
feather with jewel — half-length — 36^ in. by 
28 in. Veryjine 

918 Queen Elizabeth, in a black and white 

dress, with lace ruff", small circles of pearls 
in her hair ; she holds a fan and a lily, and 
lilies are fixed to the shoulders of her 
dress — half-length — 36 in. by 30 in. 

919 A lady, in a crimson boddice edged with 

black, her hands clasped — three-quarters 
length — 17^ in. by 12^ in, 

920 A gentleman, in a black dress edged with 

fur, and a ruff, his left hand on the hilt of 
his sword — small half-length— in tortoise- 
shell frame — 16:^ in. by 11 in. 

921 Diane de Poictiers, in a black dress and 

cap, with rows of pearls on. her neck ; she 
is putting a ruby ring on the little finger 
of her left hand — in frame, inlaid with silver 
and mother-o'-pearl — half-length — 13i in. 
by 10 in. 



n 



Janet ... 922 



School of Van Eyck 923 



Pourbiis . . 924 



JANET . . 925 



JANET . . 926 



HOLBEIN . 927 



Holbein . . 928 



Henry H., of France in a black dress 
edged with gold, and black cap — three- 
quarters length — 14^ in. by 1 1 in. 

A female saint, in a rich dress, vvitli a turban, 
holding a model of a tower — arched top — 
— 10^ in. by 6| in. 

Henriette de Balzac^in a white damask dress, 
and crimson cloak with lace collar, pearl 
necklace, and pearls in her hair — three- 
quarters length — 13 in. by 10 in. 

Isabel, Queen of Charles IX. of 
France, in a white dress beautifully or- 
namented with jewels, and bands of pearls 
in her hair — three-quarters length — 14 in. 
by 10 in. 

Eleanor of Portugal, Queen of Francis 
I., in a black dress with slashed sleeves, 
wearing a necklace and row of pearls, and 
a ruby jewel on each shoulder, a jewel 
hanging from her black head-dress ; she 
holds a letter in her hand — three-quarters 
length — 15^ in. by 12 in. A work of the 
highest quality. (See illustration) 

Anne of Cleves, in a black dress ornamented 
with broad stripes of gold damask, a gold 
chain and cross round her neck, a flat gold 
cap on her head ; she holds two carnations 
in her right hand — half-length — 15^ in. by 
14 in. An exquisite portrait, on vellum, 
(See illustration) 

The celebrated Lady Johanna Aber- 
gavenny, in a crimson dress with yellow 
sleeves, a gold head-dress embroidered 
with initials, A. I., a rich necklace and 
jewelled girdle ornament her dress ; she 



7S 



Janet 



929 



School of Van Eyck 930 



L. Van Leyden 930^ 



J. DE Mabeusk 931 



Janet ... 932 



School of Geor- 933 

GIONE 



A. DURER . 934 



holds a pink in her left hand — in tortoise- 
shell frame — half-length — 16 in. by 12 in. 
From Strawberry Hill. {See illustration) 

The Due d'Alencon, in a black dress and 
cap with jewels — 10^ in. by 8| in. 

A lady, as the Magdalen: she is in a rich 
dress ornamented with jewels, and blue 
and gold turban, her long light hair falling 
behind ; she holds a green marble vase of 
ointment 

The Emperor Ferdinand, in a black dress 
with yellow sleeves, and black cap, his 
finger extended — 1 1 in. by 9 in. 

Philip le Bel, father of Charles V., in a 
red and black dress with fur border, wear- 
ing the Collar of the Golden Fleece, and 
a badge on his black cap, his hands resting 
on a stone plinth — 14^ in. by 11 in. 

Charles V., in a black dress and cap, hold- 
ing his glove in his hand ; buildings in the 
background ; a stone pHnth below — 16 in. 
by 12 in. 

The Chevalier Bayard, in a crimson and 
black dress edged with panther skin; he 
wears a black cap, and holds a book in his 
hands; landscape background — 18 in. by 
13* in. 

THE ADORATION OF THE NAME 
OF "JESUS." The Emperor Charles 
v., with the Pope, King of France, and 
other sovereigns and dignitaries, kneeling 
in adoration before the sacred monogram ; 
above them are groups of saints, and 
patriarchs on each side ; the condemned 
are seen in the torments of hell beneath. 
At the top, where the Almighty appears, 



79 



is a scroll, on which is written the text from 
the Epistle to the Philippians, " Dedit Ei 
Nomen quod est super orane nomen, ut in 
Nomine Jesu omne genu flectatur." This 
illustrates a portion of the Introitus in the 
Roman Catholic Church, on the Second 
Sunday after the Epiphany, called the 
Feast of the Holy Name of Jesus — in tor- 
toiseshell frame — 27^ in. by 21 :J in. A 
most elaborate and highly interesting work 
of the great German Master 

Holbein . . 935 Nicholas Lord Vaux, the celebrated poet 

and musician, in a black dress and cap, 
seated at a table, an open book before him : 
he holds a viol de gamba in his left hand, 
and a scroll of paper in his right ; green 
drapery behind — in tortoiseshell frame — 
17iin. by 17 in. A most rare and beau- 
tiful portrait, of the highest interest. 
(See illustration) 

936 EDWARD IV., in a gold dress and crimson 

cloak edged with fur, a chain of jewels 
round his neck : he wears a black cap 
ornamented with a badge, and holds a red 
rose in his right hand — 17 in. by 11 in. 
This undoubted and rare j) or trait is from 
the Collection of the Leighs of Allington. 
{See frontispiece) 

L. Cranach . 937 Sybilla, Duchess of Saxony, in a brown 

and orange dress, w ith gold chain, and yellow 
head dress ornamented with pearls, letters 
worked in pearls on the bands crossing her 
neck, and the letters S.H.S. beneath in 
heart-shaped ruby jewel on her breast — 
in tortoiseshell frame — 20 in. by 14 in. 



80 



Pourbus . 



938 



Cuyp 


. 939 


R. Mengs . 


. 940 


German . 


. 941 



German . 



Mireveldt 



942 



943 



Mireveldt, 1620 944 

Mireveldt, 1620 945 

Myttens . . 946 

Pourbus . . . 947 



GLASS ROOM. 

Isabella of Spain, in a rich dress ornamented 
with jewels, her right hand resting on the 
back of a chair — half-length — 48 in. by 
39 in. 

A boy, in a black dress, holding a stick — half- 
length — 34 in. by 23 in. 

A marshal, supposed to be of the Imperial 
family, in a red coat and cuirass, holding 
a baton — half-length — 48 in. by 38 in. 

The Emperor Joseph, in rich robes of blue 
and gold, holding a sceptre, a hat and 
plume of blue feathers on his head — half- 
length — 56 in. by 45 in. 

The Empress in a blue dress and crimson 
cloak, holding a sceptre — the companion — 
half-length — 56 in. by 45 in. 

Prince Maurice, in elaborate gilt armour, 
holding a baton, a helmet and plume of 
feathers on a table at his side — half-length 
—44 in. by 33 in. 

The Sieur de Fronsberg, in a quilted doublet, 
with a scarf, and a dagger in his girdle — 
half-length — in tortoiseshell frame — 41 in. 
by 34 in. 

The Lady de Fronsberg, in a brown and gold 
dress richly ornamented with jewels — the 
companion — half-length — 41 in. by 30 in. 

Frederick Henry, Prince of Orange, in black 
armour, with ruff and scarf; he holds a 
baton, and a plumed helmet at his side — 
half-length — 44 in. by 33i in. 

A gentleman, in a dress ornamented with 
gold, and black cloak, his hand resting on 
a sword — half-length — 40 in. by 30 in. 



81 



Torrcntius . . 948 

Torrentius . . 949 

Mvttens . . 950 



A. Claeissens . 951 

A. Claeissens . 952 

Myttens . . 953 

Sir A. More, 1554 954 



Boucher . . . 955 
Zucchero, after . 956 



Bronzino . 957 



German . . . 958 



Van Sohorel . 959 



A group of vessels of uiue and fruits — 36 in. 
by 27 in. 

The companion 

A gentleman, in a white slashed doublet and 
high collar, his right hand resting on a 
book ; a shield of arms in the background 
— half-length — 44 in. by 26 in. 

King Cambyses, jndging his unjust steward 
Sis-ancs 

Sisanes, the unjust steward, being flayed, as 
he himself had decreed — the companion 
— 42 in. by 26 in. These two curioua pic- 
tvres were taken from the Louvre, in 1830 

Mary, Infanta of Spain, in a red dress and 
white sleeves, standing near a window, 
holding a palm branch — half-length — 48 in. 
by 42 in. 

Queen Mary, in a red velvet dress ornamenfed 
with pearls, and necklace of jewels, with 
black and gold head-dress — half-length — 
13 in. by 10 in. 

Madame Contat, in an oval — 25 in. by 21 in. 

Queen Elizabeth, in a white dress and red petti- 
coat ornamented with pearls : she is standing 
on a tortoise, and holding a dove in her hand 
— small whole-length — 19^ in. by 14 in. 

An Italian princess, in a lilac dress orna- 
mented with arabesques, and red and white 
sleeves, holding a rosary — in tortoiseshell 
frame — half-length — 34 in. by 25 in. 

Prince Alexis of Russia, in a red coat and 
gold flowered waistcoat, and gold sash — 
half-length — 49 in. by 39 in. 

The Virgin, in a blue dress and crimson 
cloak, the Infant in her arms, to whom 
an angel in white drapery is present" 

G ■■ 



82 



J DE Mabeuse 960 



School of Hem- 

MELIN<K 



961 



L. Chanach 



962 



ing carnations ; the figures are standing 
within a low stone wall, beyond which is 
seen a rocky landscape and a fortified town 
on a river — upright — 15 in. by 11 in. 

The Riposo. The Virgin, in a blue dress 
and red drapery, seated on a stone plinth 
between two columns, with the Infant in 
her lap, her left hand resting on a book ; 
St. Joseph is on their right, his head 
resting on his hand, two female figures 
in a balcony on the left: on the right an 
angel is standing before a richly sculptured 
gotliic fountain; a metal vase in the fore- 
ground ; picturesque buildings and a range 
of mountains form the background — 
17^ in. by 13 in. 

The two side doors of an altar, representing on 
one side the findino^ of the true cross by the 
Empress Helena : the empress and other 
figures standing round an invalid, who is 
about to be attached to a cross ; a pope and 
attendants walking, in procession, to a church 
in the background, and Christ carrying 
his cross : on the other side is represented 
the Virgin and Child appearing to Con- 
stantino, who is kneeling and holding a 
censer near a window, the empress and 
three male figures on either side, and the 
adoration of the Magi — in tortoiseshell 
frames — 20 in. by 10 in. 

The Passion of Christ: Christ brought 
before Pilate, who is seated under a portico 
washing his hands ; above is represented 
the Flagellation and Mocking ; and in the 
background the Crucifixion — in tortoise- 
shell frame — 17^ in. by 12^ in. 



83 



J. DE Mabeuse 963 



Fra Angelico da 964 

FlESOLE 



Early German 965 



Early German 966 



Early German 967 



The Virgin, in a blue dress, seated on a 
richly ornamented gothic throne : she is 
presenting a pear to the Infant, who is 
•standing on a pedestal by her side, on a 
step above which is an open book — inscri- 
bed "Joannes Ma. pingobat, 1532'' — 
12iin. by 9f in. 

The Annunciation : the Virgin, in a red 
dress and blue cloak, seated, with a gold 
drapery behind her, before a building, 
receiving the mission of the angel, who is 
clad in a crimson and blue dress, with a 
w^reath of flowers round its head — in tor- 
toiseshell frame — 13f in. by lOf in. 

The Birth of St. John ; a female, in blue 
dress with yellow sleeves, receiving the 
infant saint from the hands of St. Elizabeth, 
who is lying on a couch covered with 
crimson drapery ; two females, preparing a 
bath in a brass vessel, in the foreground ; 
Noah in the Ark, and the Magi, seen 
through two open windows on either side 
— 27^ in. by 17| in. 

The Virgin, seated, in a white dress, with 
the Infant in her lap, her left handpressino- 
her breast; a red damask drapery suspended 
behind her; a choir of angels playing 
different musical instruments on each side, 
and angels above singing ; on gold ground, 
with semi-circular ornamented top, the 
marbled pavement strewed with jasmines 
and other flowers — arched top — 22^ in. by 
141 in. 

Christ seated on a throne in the Temple, sur- 
rounded by the doctors ; the Virgin at a 
doorway on the right, with a sword piercing 

g2 



84 



Hemmelinck 



968 



Early German . 969 



her heart; St. Joseph behind her — 18 in. 
by 121 in. 
The Virgin, in a red dress, and blue cloak 
lined with green, seated on a stone throne : 
she holds the Infant id her arms, who is 
turning the leaves of a missal which rests 
on the side of the throne ; a damask drapery 
of very rich colours is suspended behind her, 
and falls beneath her feet ; the buildings and 
gardens of the Hospital of St. John, at 
Bruges, are seen through arched windows 
on either side — 20 in. by 14 in. One of 
the most beautiful and perfect works of 
the Master 

A BEAUTIFUL AND VERY PERFECT TrYPTIC : 

in the centre is represented the Adoration 
of the Magi, with numerous other figures, 
remarkable for the singularity of their 
costumes, with architectural background ; 
on the right wing is represented the 
approach of the Magi, who are again 
represented on the left, carrying their 
offerings — mounted in carved oak frame 



End of Eighth Day's Sale. 




iriCHOIiAS IiORD VAUX. 
935 



Ninth Days iSalc. 



On WEDNESDAY. MARCH 14, 1855, 

AT ONE o'clock PRECISELY. 



CABINET OF MINIATURES. 

970 A pair of portraits, by N. Hilyard, called James I. and Ann of 

Denmark, in water colours, ovals, in carved and gilt frames. 

971 Charles I., enamel, full face, by Bordier, in armour, in oval coral 

frame, set with turquoises, gilt back 

972 Charles I., enamel, three-quarters face, the frame in gold locket, 

engraved E. D. to H. T., mounting of the time 

973 Oliver Cromwell, enamel of the time, in original gold setting 

974 Charles II., when young, enamel on gold 

975 Charles II., enamel, in original setting of a gold locket, the back 

has on the enamel the letters C. R., with the crown 

976 Charles II., enamel, by Boit, in silver fillagree frame, set with 

garnets 

977 James II., enamel, set in a gold ring of the period 

978 WiUiam III., enamel, by Boit, on gold 

979 AVilliam III., enamel, of larger size, believed to be on gold 

980 William III., in armour, wiih blue ribbon, enamel on copper, of 

large size 

981 The Old Pretender, by Bernard Lens, and Maria Clementina 

Sobieski, his wife — in oil colours 



86 

982 The Young Pretender, Charles Edward, in armour — in water 

colours, ornamental metal frame 

983 Louisa of Stolberg, wife of Charles Edward, enamel. An ex- 

ceedingly scarce portrait 

984 George I., with cupids supporting a crown over his head, en- 

circled by flowers 

985 Frederick Prince of Wales, in a laced scarlet coat, with the Garler 

and Ribbon, enamel 

986 Augusta Princess of Wales, a beautiful enamel, by Zincke 

987 William Henry Duke of Gloucester, brother of George III., 

when a youth, in a red coat with blue ribbon, enamel 

988 William Duke of Cumberland (of Culloden), oval enamel, by 

Zincke 

989 George III., profile enamel, set in gold: he is in a red coat, 

with the Star of the Garter 

990 George III., full face, in a red coat — in oils 

991 Queen Charlotte, by Hone — in water colours ; originally pre- 

sented to the Duke of Sussex : it represents tlie queen when 
young 

992 Ladislaus of Poland, and his queen, double sided enamel, on 

gold 

993 Anne of Austria, enamel, by Petitot, on gold 

994 Louis the Dauphin, son of Louis XIV., enamel 

995 The Due de Maine, son of Louis XIV., when a child, by Petitot 

— in water colours 

996 William Henry Prince of Orange (who married Anne, eldest 

daughter of George II.), enamel 

997 Francis I., Emperor of Germany, enamel; on the back are the 

letters G. N. F., and dated 3754 

998 Maria Theresa, Empress of Germany, enamel 

999 Louis XV., when a boy, in armour, enamel 

1000 Louis XV., when young, in civil dress, enamel on gold 

1001 Maria Leczinski, queen of Louis XV., at her devotions, enamel, 

by Feer 

1002 The Queen of Naples, daughter of Maria Theresa — a very beautiful 

enamel on sold 



87 

1003 Joseph King of Portugal, and his queen, in an original gold ring 

of the period, turning on a jewel — in water colours 

1004 A German Prince Bishop, circular enamel, by Bichdolf 

1005 A King of Saxony, in a green coat — in water colours 

1006 An Elector of Saxony, enamel, in silver frame 

1007 Frederick William II. of Prussia (nephew of the Great Frederick), 

in armour, with ribbon of the Garter, enamel 

1008 Frederick King of Bohemia, in armour, enamel — believed to be 

by Petitot 

1009 Catharine Empress of Russia, enamel, by Boutilic 

1010 Catharine Empress of Russia, when young, in a blue cloak trimmed 

with fur, enamel 
lOl'l Charles IV. of Spain, and his queen, double profiles, circular 

enamel, singularly painted, and with a very minute stone on the 

dress, on gold 
1012 Maria Leczinski, in a rich dress— m water colours 

1014 The Marquis St. Servien, enamel on gold, about 1640 

1015 Don Louis de Haro, enamel on gold, about 1630 

1016 Madame du Barri, when young — in water colours, in original 

shagreen case with metal studs 

1017 Madame Le Brun, enamel, by Pasquier, 1783 

1018 Necker, the financier, with long white hair, circular enamel, by 

G. Lenz 

1019 Charles III. of Spain, in armour, circular enamel 

1020 The Emperor Joseph, in a green dress, enamel 

1021 Pope Gregory XVI., a square miniature, in a case 

1022 Louis XV., when young, in armour and robes, enamel, by 

Mathieu 

1023 The Empress Josephine, in a blue dress, oval miniature, by Saint 

1024 The Emperor Leopold I., oval enamel, by Prieur, 1665 

1025 Frederick I., King of Prussia, oval enamel 

1026 A prince of Hesse, in armour, with blue ribbon ; his priucess on 

the reverse, oval miniatures, in silver mount 

1027 A King of Poland, in a blue dress and yellow waistcoat, time of 

XVI,, circular enamel 

1028 A gentleman, in a white wig, and a pink and blue cloak, oval enamel 



88 

1029 A lady, in a white ornamented satin dress, oval enamel 

1030 A gentleman, much resembling Leibnitz, oval enamel, gold frame 

1031 A beautiful miniature of a gentleman, by Hilyard — in water 

colours, 1598, iETAx 50; coat of arms behind, in ivory box 

1032 Lord Faulconberg, (Cromwell's son-in-law,) — a beautiful mini- 

ature, by Cooper, in water coloursj 1662. (*S^ee illustration.) 

1033 William Earl of Stirling, in a blue ribbon, a miniature — in water 

colotirs, in gold frame, with ornamented enamel back 

1034 Lady Clarendon, temp. Charles XL, enamel on gold 

1035 Mrs. Arabella Fermor, enamel, by G. Scouler 

1036 The Earl of Peterborough, enamel, by Zincke, 1716 

1037 Peg VVoffiiigton, enamel, by Hone. Signed, and dated 1750 

1038 Sir Richard Steele the author, enamel 

1039 The Countess of Yarmouth, (mistress of George II.,) enamel on 

gold, in gold setting 

1040 Henrietta Countess of Suffolk, (favorite of George II.,) enamel 

1041 The Marquis of Carmarthen, Peregrine Hyde, enamel set in 

gold, with finely cliased cypher, and coronet on the back 

1042 A lady, in a yellow dress, enamel, by Hone, 1748 

1043 A lady, in a white and pink dress, with pearls, enamel 

1044 A gentleman, in a brown coat and white wig, enamel 

1045 The first Earl of Chatham, enamel 

1046 Lord Bute, (favorite of George III.,) enamel 

1047 Sir Robert Walpole, in a blue coat and white wig, enamel 

1048 A male portrait, in a blue coat and white wig, temp. George II., 

in gold rim 

1049 The Duchess of Ancaster, by Shelley — in wafer colours, set in 

silver, 1750 

1050 The Countess of Bridgewater, holding a basket of flowers, in a 

pink dress, after Kneller, enamel 

1051 Henrietta, Duchess of Orleans, small oval enamel 

1 052 The Empress Catharine, wife of Peter the Great, oval enamel 

1053 Augusta, Princess of Wales, in a widow's dress, oblong enamel 

— curious 

1054 Madame de Graffigny, oval miniature — in oils 

1055 A lady, in a blue dress, oval enamel, by Zincke 



8^ 

1056 A lady, resembling Ninon de L'Enclos, oval enamel 

1057 A gentleman, in a fancy blue dress, oval enamel, by Hone 

1058 Signora Storacci, by F. di Veri, oval miniature, 1797 

1059 A lady, with full curled hair, and in a yellow dress, temp. 

Louis XIV., oval miniature 

1060 The Confessional, an enamel, oval, temp. Louis XIV., in a 

sealskin ease 

1061 A portrait, much resembling Fletcher, the poet, oval miniature 

1062 A German lady, after Kilian, oval miniature — in oils 

1063 Madame de Pompadour, oblong, in a pink dress, richly 

ornamented 

1064 A young lady, viewing herself in a mirror, oval miniature, temp. 

Louis XV., in sealskin case 
1005 The boudoir, after Boucher, oblong oval enamel 
10G6 The bath of Diana, upright oval convex. Signed Schrinch, 

1663 

1067 A lady, much resembling Miss Fenton, Duchess of Bolton, in a 

white dress ornamented with flowers, and holding a fan, oval 
enamel 

1068 Frederick, King of Denmark, in a blue coat and yellow ribbon, 

oval enamel 

1069 A lady, in a pink dress, signed N. Hone, oval enamel 

1070 A portrait, much resembling Marshal Saxe, in a crimson coat 

and blue ribbon, oval enamel 

1071 Zincke, a young English nobleman, in a richly ornamented 

dress, oval enamel 

1072 A lady, in a pink dress, with long black hair, oval enamel, in 

metal frame 

1073 A lady of rank, in a blue dress, oval enamel, in original sealskin 

case 

1074 A general officer, by Shelley 

1075 The Due de Berri, oval miniature, by Augustin 

1076 The Due d'Anjou, small enamel oval, in gilt frame 

1077 Philip IV., by Pelitot, oval enamel, in chased gold borders 

1078 A lady, in pink and blue robes, temp. Queen Anne, oval 

enamel 



90 

1079 A gentleman of the court of Louis XIV,, in a long wig and 

lace cravat, oval enamel 

1080 A portrait, in armour, resembling Peter the Great, in sealskin 

case, with silver ornaments^ oval enamel 

1081 A gentleman, in a pink robe with bands, oval enamel 

1082 A gentleman, resembling BufFon, in a red dress, oval enamel 

1083 A gentleman, in armour, in a light wig, temp. Queen Anne, 

oval enamel 

1084 A gentleman, in a pink vest and long wig, temp. Louis XV., 

oval enamel 

1085 A gentleman, in a wig, small oval enamel, set as a locket, temp. 

Louis XIV. 

1086 A gentleman, in a crimson robe, oval enamel. Signed C, Boit, 

1699 

1087 A gentleman, temp. Louis XIV., set with turquoises and en- 

amelled back, oval miniature 

1088 A lady, temp. Louis XIII., holding a lighted taper; on the back 

a figure of St. Catharine, oval enamel 

1089 Petitot — A gentleman, resembling the Duke of Berwick, oval 

enamel 

1090 Heidigger, in a yellow coat, oval enamel 

1091 Petrus Boij, in a red cloak, enamel, by himself — dated on the 

back, Franckfort 1718 

1092 The Empress Catharine, oval enamel. Signed Frainet 

1093 Miss Lydia Garner, by Hone, oval enamel, 1753 

1094 Charles Duke of Lorraine, in gold armour, oval enamel, 1640 

1095 Count Staremberg, the defender of Vienna, upright oval enamel 

1096 A gentleman, in a blue coat, oval onamel by Hone, temp. 

George II. 

1097 Dr. Franklin, small miniature, set in gold ring 

1098 Frederick, King of Prussia, with a portrait, probably of his 

father, on the other side, miniatures set in a ring 

1099 A gold ring, with the black eagle of Prussia, mounted with a 

ruby, inscribed " Vive Frederick " 

1100 Alexander Farnese, Duke of Parma, oval miniature — in oils 

1101 The queen of Charles II. of Spain, oval miniature 



91 

1102 A Pair of elaborate Circular Miniatures, by Blaren- 

BERG, of a theatrical representation at Vienna before the court 
of Maria Theresa, with the actors returning thanks, and 
numerous figures 

1103 A pair of oval miniature frames, set with imitation brilliants, 

called Callas du Rhin, with wreaths at top, time of Louis XV. 

1104 The Virgin, an oval miniature, after C Dolce — in oils 

1105 A French lady, in a pink dress, her hair ornamented with 

diamonds — a fine large miniature by Lapi, in or-moulu frame 
1 105a A gentleman, in pink robe and powdered wig, enamel 
1 1 056 A French gentleman, in blue coat and powdered wig, small 

oval enamel 
1105c The King and Queen of Bohemia — in oils — in metal frames 
1 I05d A group of figures on the terrace of a chateau — a minute oblong 

miniature, in ivor^' frame and case 



End of Nhith Days Sale. 



Tenth Days Sale. 



On THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1855, 



AT ONE O CLOCK PRECISELY. 



PICTURES. 



Spanish 



1106 



Early Spanish . 1107 



Florentine 



1108 



Van Breda, 1618 1109 



ARMOURY. 

Charles Earl of Nottingham^ in a black and 
gold dress, and black cap ornamented 
with pearls, a jewelled badge hangingfrom 
his neck — tortoiseshell frame — 17 in. by 
12i in. 

Alexander Farnese, Duke of Parma, in a 
cuirass and lace collar, wearing the Order 
of the Golden Fleece — 17^ in. by 12^ in. 

A lady, with light hair and yellow dress, 
richly ornamented with jewels, and land- 
scape background: on the reverse is a 
small figure of an apostle, with arabesque 
border 

An encampment, with numerous figures, 
waggons, horses, and mules ; on a rising 
ground above, a fortified camp near the 
sea — in tortoiseshell frame — 23 in. by 
40 in. 




VISCOUNT FAVIiCONBERC. 
1 032 



93 



Q. Matsys . . 1110 



P. Bordone . . 1111 



J. de Mabeuse . 1112 



School of Holbein 1113 

Holbein . , 1114 

J. de Mabeuse . 1115 

Janet . . . 1116 

Holbein, afrer . 1117 

Janet, 1507 . 1118 

German . . 1119 

Spanish . . 1120 



Don Manuel de Menens, in a black dress 
edged with fur, and black cap, holding a 
GcroU in his left hand — in tortoiseshell 
frame — three-quarters length — 18 in. by 
loin. 

A lady, in a crimson and green striped dress, 
with pearl ornaments — in tortoiseshell 
frame — three-quarters length — 11 in, by 
9 in. 

The Emperor Maximilian, in a black dress 
and yellow sleeves, with black cap, wear- 
ing the Order of the Golden Fleece, 
holding a carnation in his hand — arched 
top — 8 in. high 

A lady, in a black dress and white cap, 
holding a cross in her hand — half-length 
— 13 in. by 10 in. 

An ecclesiastic, in a black dress and cap, his 
right hand resting on a book — half-length 
— 16 in. by 12 in. 

Philip le Bel, in a red and black dress, 
wearing the Collar of the Golden Fleece 
— arched top — -14 in. high 

Charles IX., in a white dress, with gold 
chain, black cap, and feather — in tortoise- 
shell frame — 13| in. by 9 in. 

A gentleman, in a black dress striped with 
white, black cloak, and hat with white 
feather, holding the hilt of his sword — 
14 in. by 10 in. 

Head of Henri III., in a hat and feather — 
17 in. by 1 2 in. 

A gentleman, in a black dress and cloak — 
small whole-length — 21 in. by 12| in. 

A gentleman, in a black dress with yellow 
sleeves, wearing a gold chain and badge 
— arched top — 17 in. hig[h 



94 



Janet . . . 1121 Head of Henri HI., in a ruff — in tortoise- 
shell frame — 16 in. by 9 in. 
Janet . . . 1122 Gabrielle d'Estrees, in a ruff, with pearl 

necklace — 14 in. by 9 in. 
School of Janet . 1123 Louis XII., in a black slashed dress — 

13 in. by 7 in. 
School of Holbein 1124 A gentleman, in a black dress — 12 in. by 

7 in. 
Janet . . . 1125 Henri III., in a brown dress and black 

cloak, with black cap and feather — 1 1 in. 

by 8 in. 
Italian . . . 1126 A lady seated, in profile, in a rich dress, her 

light hair dressed in a singular manner — 

15^ in. by 12 in. 
Pourbus . . 1127 A gentleman and ladj', in black dresses and 

ruffs, their hands clasped in prayer — 

16 in. by 12 in. 



French 



Gonzales 



Hay man 


. 1130 


German 


. 1131 


Francks . 


. 1132 



Mireveldt, after 
Schalken 



LIBRARY. 

1128 A prince, in a lilac and crimson dress, on a 

bay charger ; a sea view in the back- 
ground — 81. in. by 12 in. 

1129 A lady, in a black dress, with white ruff and 

cap — 85 in. by 6^ in. 

A lady — oval — 5 in. high 

Wonter Crabeth, in a black dress and ruff — 
oval — in carved pearwood frame 

The Annunciation, with angels — small oval 

— in elaborate pearwood frame 5 in. 

high 

1 1 33 A lady, in a black dress, richly embroidered 

— 6 in. by 4 in. 

1 134 A girl in a green dress and white collar — 

oval — 7 in. high 



95 



MmiATUUES.— Framed. 

ARMOURY. 

1 135 Henri II., by Janet, in a green dress and black cloak, on a white 

horse, covered with crimson trappings. An exquisite drawing 
in water-colours ; in frame, inlaid with ivory 

1136 Henri III., by Janet, in a black dress, on a brown horse — the 

companion 



SMALL PORTRAITS— /?z Oils. 

1137 Margaret of Austria, wife of Charles IX., in a white dress with 

pearls 

1138 Head of the Duke of Alva 

1139 An Italian nobleman, in a black dress 

1140 A Duchess of Tuscany, after Bronzino, in a red dress, oval 

1141 Michael Maurlus Poeta, in a red dress 

1142 A gentleman, by Pourbus, in a black dress with yellow sleeves ; 

a coat of arms behind 

1143 The Infanta Isabella, in a pink dress 

1144 A child, holding a bird — early German 

1145 A Spanish officer, in armour, after Greco 

1146 A girl, in a yellow and pink dress, by Bronzino, circle 

1147 Isabella of Spain, in a white dress, after Kilian 

1 148 A lady, in a rich dress with white collar 

1149 Head of a philosopher, 1526, circle 

1150 A lady, called Mary Queen of Scots, after Janet, circle 

1151 Head of Francis I,, by Janet, oval 

1152 A lady, in a black dress, 1560 

1153 Henri II., by Janet, in a white dress, half-length 

1154 A lady, called Queen Mary, in a black and yellow dress, half- 

length 

1155 Caesar Borgia, in a black dress, standing near a table 

1156 A lady, in a black dress, with a ruff 



96 

1157 A general, of the Fugger family, in gold armour, with white hose 

1158 A Spanish gentleman, in a pink dress and black cloak, with a 

lady on the reverse, circle 

1159 A cardinal, Archduke of Austria, and a lady on the reverse, circle 

1160 A lady, in a black dress, seated ; with three children on the reverse 

1161 A gentleman, in a black dress and gold chain, hat and feather, circle 

DRAWING ROOM. 

1162 Louis XIV., ATTENDED BY HIS CoDRT, offering birthday 

presents to the queen, in an apartment at Versailles. A 
beautiful draioing, of important size — in body-colours 

1163 A Dutch girl, enamel on porcelain, oval 

1164 Frederick the Great, on copper, oval, in beautiful chased or- 

moulu frame 

1165 La Madonna della Sedia, on ivory, in a carved frame, with 

Benetier 

1166 Maria Theresa, of Austria, oval, on copper, in elaborate carved 

frame 

1 167 Oliver Cromwell, in armour, oval 

1168 K. de Moor — A Dutch officer, in a cuirass, oval 

1169 A lady of the Court of Louis XIV,, oval 

1 170 Anne of Austria, in a rich yellow dress and ruff", oval 

1171 Gabrielle d'Estrees, in a ruff, oval 

1172 Gonzales — A lady, in a black dress with large ruif, and flowers 

in her hair ; and a French gentleman, with wig and lace 
scarf, oval 

1173 H, BoL, 1549 — Venus and Adonis, in a Landscape, with 

border of classical subjects in medallions, and trophies. Ex- 
quiaitely finished — in body-colours 

1174 A lady, in a blue dress, oval 

1175 The Emperor Joseph and Maria Theresa, halting from the 

chase in a landscape, by Myttens 

1 176 A female, in a fancy dress, leading a bear 

1177 The Old Pretender, in a blue coat and cuirass, by Largilliere 

1178 The Young Pretender, in a Scotch dress, oval 

1179 Charles III., in armour 



97 

1180 Lady Walpnle, represented in a red head dress, circular 

enamel, the back enamelled like lapis-lazuli 

1181 Sir Hugh Palliser, in naval uniform, enamel 

CABINET OF MlNlXTVRES—conti?iued. 

1182 Gray the poet, when young 

1183 Sir Joshua Reynolds, enamel, by Peat 

1184 A lady, in a pink dress, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, enamel, 1768 

1185 Tilney Long, the founder of the family, in a dark brown coat 

laced with silver, wearing his dark hair unpowdered, enamel 

1186 A gentleman, in a red coat and white wig, early part of George 

II. 's reign, enamel, by Zincke 

1187 A gentleman, in a light coat and white wig, period of George 1, 

FRAMED MINIATURES. 

1 1 88 A frame, containing 4 miniatures of gentlemen, and one of a lady 

— in oils — one of them much resembling Turenne 

1 189 An oval frame, with 6 miniatures — in oils — including Charles II., 

Catharine of Brag^anza, and the Due de Lesdigueres 

1190 An upright metal frame, with 4. three of them foreign, and one 

English, temp. Charles II. 

1191 An oval frame, with 4 miniatures, one of them the Old Pretender. 

another Christian IV. of Denmark 

1192 Another, with 5 miniatures, the centre William III. 

1193 A frame, containing 9 miniatures — 07i veUu?n — two being Charles 

II. and Catharine, Frederick PriYice of Wales, &c. 

1194 Marshal Spinola. A highly finished drawing, on ivory, inmetal 

frame 

1195 A pair, with 4 miniatures, three of them ladies of the Court of 

Louis XV. 

1196 A lady, in a white dress ; and a musician, time of Louis XV. 

1197 A pair of Austrian princesses. Highly finished, with initials, 

and crowns behind 

1198 A gentleman and lady — small miniatures, in metal frames, time 

of Louis XVI. 



98 

1199 Anne of Austria, represented with a cross at her side, in metal 

frame 

1200 St. Carlo Boromeo, seated 

1201 A prince and princess of Lorraine, in the character of Venus and 

Adonis. A beautiful large miniature 

1202 An Imperial princess, in a white dress. Higldy finished miniature 

1203 The children of Maria Theresa. A beautiful highly finished 

miniature, on vellvm 

1204 A general, in armour, wearing a Maltese cross 

1205 The School of Athens, after RafFaelle. Executed in relief, in 

inntation of a cameo, and dedicated to the Archduke Rainier 

1206 A lady, whole-length, seated before a mirror, temp. Louis XIV. 

Highly finished, on vellum 

1207 The Empress Elizabeth, daughter of Peter the Great. Highly 

finished, on vellum 

1208 Maria Theresa, Queen of Hungary. Highly finished, by ttie 

celebrated Picers 

1 209 Portrait of Purcell — in oils 

1210 Maurice, Prince of Orange, by Mireveldt — small circle 

1211 Pope Sixtus V. Highly finished, drawing, on vellum, m ebony 

frame, ornamented with lapis lazuli and other gems 

1212 Louis XIV., in armour, holding a baton — a large and elaborate 

miniature — on vellum 
1212a The blocks from which the seventy-one illustrations are engraved 



End of Tenth Days Sale. 




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1305 



1300 



Eleventh Day's Sale. 



On FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1855, 



AT ONE O CLOCK PRECISELY 



ANCIENT JMETAL DISHES. 

1213 An ancient brass disb, with four classical subjects in medaliions, 

and border of animals and fruits — 14^ in. diameter 

1214 One, of copper, with two grolesque figures supporting a vase, 

and rude inscription round, with scroll border — 17 in. diameter 

1215 A deep dish, gilt, with Adam and Eve in relief, and inscription 

round — 12 in. diameter 

1216 A copper dish, with St. George and the dragon, with inscription 

— 15^ in. diameter 

1217 One, gilt, richly chased with arabesques — 18 in. diameter 

1218 One, gilt, with the Annunciation, and inscription around, and leaf 

border — ISjin. diameter 

1219 A curious dish, copper gilt, with the Conception of the Virgin, 

surrounded by busts of Apostles — 18 in. diameter 

1220 One, of copper, with two shields of arms, 1539 — 18jln. diameter 

1221 One, pewter, with the Resurrection, and apostles around — 13| in. 

diameter 

1222 Another, with a stag in the centre^ and six medallions of the 

expulsion of Adam and Eve on the border, which is dated 
1640— 19^ in. diameter 

H 2 



100 

1223 An English pevster dish, with the arms of Charles I. on the 

raised centre, enamelled — 17^ in. diameter 

1224 A brass dish, with medallions of the German emperors, inscribed 

with their names, and historical subjects relating to Greek and 
Roman cities round the border — inscribed on the bottom, 
Horatio Forezza, 1333 — 19 in. diameter 

1225 A brass rosewater dish, a shield of arms, enamelled, on raised 

centre, gothic inscription around — 19 in. diameter 

1226 A beautiful metal-gilt dish, entirely covered with arabesques, 

in the richest moresque taste, with coat of arms in the centre 
— 19|-in. diameter 

1227 Another, with beautiful moresque ornaments, with medallions of 

figures, and columns between on the bottom, a procession round 
the border, and curious landscape border within — inscribed 
Nicolo Rugina — 17 in. diameter 

1228 A beautiful brass dish, with circular medallions, arabesque and 

scroll borders, a shield, with a lion in the centre — 17 in. 
diameter 

1229 A pewter dish, with a figure of Temperance in the raised centre, 

and elegant figures in the border, surrounded by arabesques — 
17^ in. diameter 

1230 Another, with an enamel of Cupid in black and white, in the 

raised centre, numerous figures and arabesques around — 17i 
in. diameter 



ANCIENT METAL LOCKS. 

1231 A curious lock and key, of steel and brass openwork, with six 

bolts 

1232 A steel upright plate, with bolt for a door, chased with a figure 

and arabesques 

1233 A very curious steel lock and key, the handle richly ornamented 

with a fi.ne mask in relief 

1234 A curious steel lock, the front with arabesques in openwork- 

inscribed Caspar Mozelin me fecit, 1649 

1235 A curious iron lock, with brass plate. Signed H. H., 1651 



101 

123G A VERY CURIOUS Steel Lock, for a shrine, with the Saviour 
kneeling under an archway, surrounded by trees, in high relief; 
St. Peter and Malchus below ; a mask over the keyhole, and 
pierced borders 

1 237 A curious lock, of brass work, engraved 

1238 An iron hasp, with a rude figure of a man under a tree 

1239 A steel lock, the front beautifully chased with arabesques and 

openwork 

1240 Two keys, with ornamented handles; one, plain; and 2 pick- 

locks 

1241 Two curious keys, with square openwork handles, highly or- 

namented 

1242 An iron plate, with door-bolt, and the arms of France 

1243 A beautiful door-plate, with a medallion bust of Louis XIV., 

with river nymphs and Cupid, surmounted by the crown in 
silver on brass ground 



MEDIiEVAL METAL WORK. 

1244 A gothic casket, with four figures under canopies on the lid, 

birds and snakes on the sides, embossed with raised bands and 
mountings 

1245 A pair of steel nippers, mounted on spiral stem, on flat plate 

with four feet 
] 246 A bronze candlestick, formed of a German figure holding noz- 
zles for two lights 

1247 A pair of low brass candlesticks, on large stems pierced with 

flowers 

1 248 A steel press, with two spiral columns, the ends ornamented with 

openwork 

1249 A steel instrument, with a screw pressing two prongs together 

1250 A gilt metal stand, for a pix, engraved with St. Peter and St. 

Paul, and arabesques. Dated \573. 

1251 A small brass almanac and compass, on upright stand, the pen- 

dulum formed of the head of Christ, with German inscription 



102 

r25"2 A beautiful gothic pi\, of hexagonal form, sunoiuuled by but- 
tresses, on stem and scalloped foot of copper gilt — 9 in. high 

1'253 A stand for a reliquaire, of copper, which has been gilt, sur- 
mounted by the Crucifixion and the Virgin on gothic pinnacles ; 
a coat of arms enamelled beneath — 11 in. high 

1254 A pair of brass candlesticks, with beautiful arabesques, and lines 

of white metal — 7 in. high 

1255 A brass candlestick, with friezes of arabesques and birds — 1 1^ in. 

hicrh 

a 

1256 A bell, chased with medallions, cupids, and arabesques, with 

ivory knob — inscribed Johannes a Fine me fecit, 1547 

1257 Another, with festoons and medallions of shells — inscribed by the 

same artist, 1544 

1258 A pair of brass snuffers, with Adam and Eve on the box 

1259 A pair, with a knight 

J 260 A pair, with a winged lion's head in high relief, and terminal 
handles 

1261 A pair, nearly similar 

1262 A pair, with the imperial eagle at the side 

1263 A pair, with portrait, and St. Catharine at the sides 

1264 A figure of St. George standing on the dragon, metal gilt — 6i in. 

high 

1265 A pair of figures of a cavalier and lady, holding vases of metal 

gilt — 6g in. high — to support glasses 

1266 Another pair, with German cavaliers 

1267 A pair of nippers, in the form of a dragon, of steel, inlaid whh 

silver and gilt metal 

1268 A steel for striking a light, inlaid ; and a screw press, of steel 

1269 A very small casket, metal gilt, engraved with figures in com- 

paitments, and white metal borders — inscribed on the top, 

Conradt. Man. 
12/0 Another, coffer-shaped, metal gilt, with the subject of Orpheus, 

in relief, round the sides, the lid covered with arabesques 
1271 One, with birds, scales, and foliage, in white metal on black 

ground, mounted with or-moulu figures at the angles and 

rim 



103 

1272 A larger casket, of metal gilt, with openwork scrolls and caryatid 

pilasters at the angles, on crimson velvet, supported on cherubs' 
heads, with very curious lock covering the under part of the 
lid — 8iin. by 4^ in. 

1273 A pilgrim-shaped bottle, of semi-opalized glass, entirely covered 

with metal-gilt openwork of foliage of boys supporting shields, 
mask handles in relief, and chain from the stopper- — 10 in. 
high 

1274 A brass handle, in the form of a hand and ring ; and a bronze 

head of a negro 

1275 A beautiful handle, of or-moulu, in the form of a female, termi- 

nating in a dolphin 

1276 A pair of square pillar candlesticks, the foot embossed with dol- 

phins of German work — 7i in. high 

1277 A frame for a miniature, of copper gilt, surmounted by a crown 

— sight 2| in. by 2 in. 

1278 A steel candlestick, chased with arabesques 

1279 A portrait of Dargenson, in high relief, in copper, in oval orna- 

mented frame — 9^ in. high 



FINE OLD BRONZES. 

12S0 A BEAUTIFUL Tripod, Supported on chimserae and lions' feet, and 
surmounted by a bacchante, a satyr seated with his arms 
bound, and Cupid. A fine cinque-cento work — 14 in. high 

1281 A BEAUTIFUL LOW CANDLESTICK, the nozzlc with cupids and 

rams' heads, the stem of three chima^rse and masks. Of 
cinque-cenlo uork — 7 in. high 

1282 A Circular Inkstand, on caryatid feet, with rich frieze of 

masks and foliage. Of the same period — 6 in. diameter 

1283 A Satyr, Seated, holding a tazza and cornucopiae. A very fine 

Italimi work — 8 in. high 

1284 A circular inkstand, supported on three winged chimserge, 

bearing shields, and surmounted by Cupid blowing a horu. 
Of fine cinque-cento vt-ork — 11 in. high 



104 



BYZANTINE METAL WORK, kc. 

1285 A small metal crucifix, the Figure crowned, and the legs crossed, 

gilt, and enamelled with light blue 
1'286 A Greek miniature of the Virgin crowned — in oils — small oval 

1287 A small metal tryptic, with the Crucifixion, the supper at 

Emmaus, and the Virgin raising saints from purgatory — rude 
inscriptions; on the outside aie the cross and sacred emblems, 
with Greek characters above 

1288 A reliquaire, of copper gilt, of square form, pierced with 

moresque arches — on stem and foot — 6 in. high 

1289 A BEAUTIFUL CIRCULAR Alms Dish, of copper, enamelled 

with blue and green : in the centre a lady on horseback, 
holding a bird in her hand, six female figures seated round 
the border, the ground of arabesque ornaments — 9 in. diameter 

1290 A Pix Box AND Cover, surmounted, by a cross, enamelled dark 

blue, with ten shields of devices in gold on turquoise, four glass 
imitation oems on the lid — 4 in. hicrh 

1291 Another, similar, but with larger shields — 4y in. high 

1292 Anothkr, the cross wantino^, with seven medallions of ang-els' 

heads — 3| in. high 

1293 A hexagonal stand for a reliquaire, of copper, enamelled with 

medallions of birds, in blue, red, and green — 3^ in. diameter 

1294 A-figure of Christ, for a crucifix, of brass, with drapery, the feet 

not crossed or pierced — 5| in. high 

1295 KING LOTHAIRE'S MAGIC CRYSTAL.— A HIGHLY 

INTERESTING OBJECT, circular, engraved with the 
whole history of Susannah, anel Latin inscriptions above : 
over the central subject is inscribed " Lotharius'Rex 
Franc. • fieri 'jussit," — in copper-gilt gothic frame, set with imita- 
tions of precious stones, several* of them wanting, and open- 
work flower edge— the crystal 4| in. diameter 
12yG A rchquaire, in the form of a cofier, copper gilt, with glass sides 
engraved with angels at the ends, the roof lid set with imita- 
tions of gems — 61 in. long, 2| in. wide, 5 in. high 



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1'297 An altar candlestick, of copper gilt — ofveryrnde early work: 
around the foot are the emblems of the four evangelists, on 
circular openwork base, with rings to attach it — 8^ in. high 

1298 A Rkliquaire, of copper gilt, of hexagonal gothic form, with 

pinnacled buttresses and spire top, the vase and stem enamelled 
with red and white arabesques, with inscription round the top 
of the base — 11 in. high 

1299 A Reliquaire, of copper gilt, circular, the top supported on four 

columns, the boss and stem enamelled with heads of apostles 
and arms, and six medallions of heads of saints on the foot — 
13iin. high 

1300 A VERY INTERESTING RELIQUAIRE, in the form of 

a circular tower, surrounded by buttresses and surmounted by 
a spire and cross, the stand formed of four crocodiles of copper 
gilt — 11 in high. (See ilhislraiion.) 

1301 A BYZANTINE CRUCIFIX, of metal plates on wood, the 

figure crowned,. and with dra: ery striped with blue enamel, the 
feet not crossed, the cross set with imitation gems on the front 
and back, a boss at bottom. This very intereding work has 
been the top of a processional cross — 18i in. high 

MEDIAEVAL METAL WORK. 

1302 A processional crucifix, of metal gilt, with emblems of the evan- 

gelists at the points, and crockeled edges. German work, of 
the sixteenth century — 151 in. high 

1303 A cross, of pearwood, with representations of reliques in ebony — 

18 in. high 

1304 A BEAUTIFUL Steel Coffer, with arched lid, and bands of 

gothic ornaments in openwork, standing on four lions — 7s in. 
by 4^ in. 

1305 Sir Thomas More's Candlesticks; they are of brass, with 

flowers and leaves enamelled in blue and white, the stems of 
globular form. Under the foot is inscribed " Sir Thomas 
More, Knight, 1552" — 5iin. liigh. {See illustration') 
130G A pair of tall candlesticks, of the same period, with saucers, 
and flowers in green and white enamel — 9^^ in. high 



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1307 Two small candlesticks, of copper, with arabesques and shields of 

arms 
1.308 Two ditto, one with a bell in the stand 

1309 A pair of church candlesticks, of brass, spirally fluted, with small 

heads of apostles enamelled on the bosses — 7t in. high 

1310 A BEAUTIFUL PRIEST'S CROSS, in frame of silver gilt 

set with turquoises and jacinths ; the cross of boxwood, minutely 
carved witii subjects of the Flagellation and Crucifixion, sur- 
rounded by angels and apostles ; the handle has rude inscrip- 
tions, and is finished with a ring to suspend it to the girdle — 
7iin. high 

131 1 A Priest's Cross, of Boxwood, nearly similar to the preceding 

— 7 in. high 

1312 A cross, of thin silver plates nailed on wood, the front gilt, with 

fillagree ornaments set with imitation gems — 8^ in. high 

1313 A Gothic Tryptic, carved with the adoration of the Magi, in 

alto-relief, under gothic canopies, the figures coloured and gilt; 
on the gilt base is inscribed " Soeckt. Godvoral." — 12 in. 
high 

1314 An altar candlestick, of metal gilt, with embossed circular orna- 

ments — 10 in. high 

1315 Another, with spiral bosses — 10 in. high 

1316 THE CELEBRATED RELTQUAIRE OF THE KINGS: 

AN EXQUISITE COFFER FORMED RELIQUAIRE, 

copper gilt, enamelled with blue and turquoise : on the front, tlie 
three Magi presenting their offerings to the Infant, who is in 
the lap of the Virgin, seated, holding a sceptre, an angel 
standing behind ; on tlie lid above, are the three kings o^ 
horseback, with a tree ornament behind each of them ; two 
saints in oval medallions at the ends, the heads embossed in 
relief ; the back covered with coloured quatrefoils in compart- 
ments ; three enamelled bosses on the openwork ; moresque 
pattern ridge — length, 7^ in. ; width, nearly 3^ in. ; and height, 
7^ in. Presented by Pope Eugeniiis IV. to P/tilip le Bon, 
Duke of Burgundy, conlainirig at that time the relics found in 
the Chartreux, at Dijon, in 1430 



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1317 A VERY BEAUTIFUL HEAD OF A CROZIER, ot 

copper gilt, enamelled, with trellis work of light blue, and 
crocketed edge ; within the circle of the crook are figures of 
the Virgin and the announcing angel, the boss surro\inded by 
lizards in high relief; three upright bands below, terminating 
in crooks — 12^ in. long. (See illustration.) 

1318 A VERY BEAUTIFUL TRYPTIC, of chased copper gilt; 

in the centre, under a double arch, is a double cross in relief, 
set with jacinths, an angel supporting the junction of the arches 
above ; beneath the centre, and on the wings, are nine medal- 
lions of saints and angels, enamelled in colours, set with agates, 
with inscription — 13 in. high ; width, when closed, 8^ in. 

1319 A REMARKABLY FIXE AND INTERESTING CRU- 

CIFIX, of copper gilt, the figure crowned with thorns, and 
draped, lapis-lazuli and jacinth ornaments at the points; the 
stem of the cross is supported by two winged angels, and rests 
on a seated figure of the Virgin; the stem of arabesque open- 
work, with the four Evangelists, seated writing, at the angles, 
on lions' head and feet — 14 in. high. (^See illustration.) 

1320 THE ST. THOMAS A'BPXKET RELIQUAIRE; a small 

coffer of copper gilt, richly enamelled with blue ; on the front, 
is represented the martyrdom of the saint, who stands before 
the altar, holding a cross in his hand ; above is a bishop, 
standing over the dead body of the saint, which is on a bier, 
supported by two figures ; at the ends are figures of the 
Virgin and St. Thomas, all the heads embossed in relief; a 
door opens at the ba^k, which is enamelled with quatrefoils 
in compartments ; the top surmounted by a crested ridge, on 
which is a cross, enamelled — length, 4^ in. ; width, nearly 
2^ in. ; height, 6^^ in. {^See illustration.) 

MEDI/EVAL SILVER AND SILVER-GILT 
ECCLESIASTICAL PLATE. 

1321 A Gilt Communion Chalice, of gothic period, on circular 

foot, in octagon division, on which is engiaved a crucifix, 
between two figures of a prelate holding a swoid and a holy 



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man a crozier, witli inscription in German character ; the o{!en- 
work chasing of the boss and foot rather florid gothic — date 
presumed to be about 1480 — 9 in. high, and 7 in. diameter 

1322 A Gilt Sacramental Cup, shaped hke a wine glass, on thin 

stem, curiously, though simply, chased — 7| in. high. It loas 
found in jjuUing down an old house near Dorking, when it 
fell out of the inner roof; no doubt it had been concealed 

there during the Parliamentary ivar. It is evidently English, 

and of the time of Charles I. 

1323 A silver shield-shaped badge, with three figures of saints, gilt, in 

relief, standing in gothic niches, with foliage and a goat be- 
neath — 5 in. high, and 5 in. wide 

1324 A small badge, gilt, with a bishop and a female saint, in relief, 

under gothic canopied niches, three small chains attached 
above — 3^ in. high, li in. wide 

1325 A beautiful pax, gilt, with centre for an enamel, the border of che- 

rubs' heads and scrolls set with carbuncles, the back engraved 
with arabesques — 17th century — 7 in. high, 5 in. wide 

1326 A BEAUTIFUL GoTHic Chalice, on hexagonal foot, with small 

castles at the angles, flower bosses on the knop centre; the 
crucifix, in relief, on the foot, and seven shields of arms — 
inscribed " Jhesus," and " O. Maria." 

1327 Another, on hexagonal circular foot, pierced, the bowl engraved 

with flowers, with twelve bosses of flowers enamelled in relief — 
15th century — 7 in. high 

1328 A silver monstrance, on hexagonal foot, with circular edge, in the 

form of a tabernacle, with got?hic pinnacled buttresses, sur- 
mounted on a crucifix on a ball on the spiral roof — early period 
of 15th century — 11 in. high. {See illustration — 27th Day) 

1329 A gilt crucifix, the cross opening to contain reliques, on hexagonal 

foot, a piece of lapis-lazuli and masks at the angles of the 
cross, a lamb on the centre of the back — 9 in. — 14th century 

1330 A Gilt Chrismatory, with carved cover, to hold the three holy 

oils, the names of which are inscribed, surmounted by a figure 
of Christ on the cross — date between 1560 and 1600 — 4| in. 
high 




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1331 A Gilt Sacramental Cup, of golhic work, on foot of hexagon 

shape, the boss in gothic taste. The figure of Christ on the 
cross remaining as originally placed on the foot (this very 
rare to find preserved), underneath the foot are engraved two 
shields of arms and many initials — date probably about 1450 
— 6^ in. high 

1332 A Silver Monstrance, of Italian design, richly chased with 

masks and other ornaments : the part to enclose the host is 
circular, the foot of quatrefoil shape, surmounted by a plain 
cross ; also an enamelled metal ornament to insert in the top — 
date about 1570 — 14 in. high 

1333 A Crystal Reliquary, with cover, mounted with silver gilt, 

delicately chased, which has been in many parts enamelled — 
date presumed to be about 1540 — 7 in. high 

1334 A PAIR OF Crystal Altar Candlesticks, beautifully 

mounted with silver gilt, delicately chased — date probably 
between 1560 and IGOO — 12|in. high 

1335 Another pair of Crystal Candlesticks, the feet of tri- 

angular shape, engraved with heads of a religious character, 
ornamentally, though simply, cut — date about 1560 — 8^ in. 
high 

1336 A Gilt Chalice and Cover, chased and engraved, surmounted 

by a crucifix having fleur-de-lys points, at the back of which 
is engraved a shield with three wheat sheaves, and the letters 
M.S. — date probably about 1600 — 10^ in. high 

1337 A BEAUTIFUL GILT RELIQUAIRE, of gothic design, 

on richly ornamented stem, and has been and is partly 
enamelled with arms ; the foot of hexagon shape, has on it 
two enamelled coats of arms or devices ; the cover surmounted 
by a figure of one of the Evangelists — date presumed to be 
about 1460— 10^ in. high 



End of Eleventh Days Sale. 



Twelfth Day's Sale. 



On MONDAY, MARCH 19, 1855, 



AT ONE O CLOCK PRECISELY. 



ANTIQUE JEWELLERY, RINGS, CROSSES, 
BROOCHES, AND ORNAMENTS. 

1338 A broad silver crucifix, of the Byzantine period — probably this 

was formerly enamelled 

1339 A silver cross, decorated and perforated, with angels chased on 

the sides; it opens on a hinge, by unscrewing the bottom 
ornament, and has partitions within for reliques ; the back is 
rudely engraved with the Crucifixion 

1340 A crystal cross, with original gold and enamelled mounting, and 

pendant pearls from the points ; St. John and the Virgin, in 
gold, on either side of the Saviour 

1341 A triple-form cross, with fleur-de-lys points of silver, enamelled 

black, with deaths' heads in white, a bleeding heart in red, and 
cross-bones in silver — " Super vitum et Mortuum," in enamel- 
led letters 

1342 A silver-gilt pocket book-shaped scent case, chased and set with 

a garnet 

1343 A round metal-gilt case, pierced with gothic scrolls, inclosing an 

original Bezoar stone 




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1344 A silver-gilt enamelled book-shaped scent capc, with divisions 

which are lettered, enamelled v*rith St. George and the dragon, 
two shields of arms, and date 1614 

1345 An oval bloodstone scent case, mounted and lined with silver 

gilt, with emblems engraved, and motto '' Nee vagus ardor, 
nee csecus," &c., and cypher of Charles I. under the crown, 
between laurel branches 

1346 An octagon-formed angular silver case, gilt inside, chased and 

divided into panels, with the numbers from 1 to 18 engraved 
on some of them 

1347 A melons-haped silver scent box, engraved with a species of 

niello work, with separate divisions opening in slices — inscribed 
" Muschat," &c., with initials, and 1437 

1348 A melon-shaped silver scent box, opening in eight slices, with a 

small spoon inside, and the names of the several scents, the 
bottom perforated, with cypher, engraved 

1349 A small fillagree counter case, with an enamel of the knave of 

clubs on the top 

1350 A silver-gilt box, chased and perforated, with profile busts of 

Charles I. and Henrietta Maria, in relief, containing thirty- 
three silver jettons, engraved with the sovereigns of England, 
dates, arms, &c., commencing with Edward the Confessor, and 
ending with Charles Prince of Wales, 1630. It is remarkable, 
that the effigy of Elizabeth is omitted, though there is one of 
Maria, mother of James I. ; there are jettons of James I.'s 
other children, Elizabeth of Bohemia, and Henry 

1351 A Venetian glass scent bottle, in two divisions, mounted in 

metal gilt, the sides enamelled with landscapes 

1352 A long glass scent bottle, mounted and guarded all over with 

gilt metal work 

1353 A silver whistle and tobacco stopper, chased and formed as a 

cavalier in a rich dress of the time of Charles II. 

1354 A cylindrical snufF-box, of silver or metal gilt, enamelled; and 

a small spoon, in gilt leather case 

1355 A silver-gilt hair pin, the top with a head of a negro, with 

various coloured stones 



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1356 A silver hair pin, formed as a sword hilt, with small sparks and 

device of the rose and crown 

1357 A silver- gilt hair pin, with waved blade, terminating in a bird's 

head holding a pearl — engraved A. M. F. 1G40 

1358 A silver hair pin, parcel gilt, with a figure of Minerva with 

lance and shield, the stem twisted and terminating in a heart, 
which unscrews 

1359 A cross, of gold or silver gilt, with enamelled ornaments on the 

back, the points decorated and enamelled, the front set with 
twelve garnet tablets, each engraved and enamelled with 
subjects relating to the Crucifixion 

1360 A silver-gilt eagle, with extended wings, a coronet on its head 

and collar round the neck with chain, ruby or garnet eyes, and 
a coloured pebble or glass on the top of the head : it is slightly 
engraved — of gothic period 

1361 An antique circular silver brooch, with its tongue, rudely chased, 

with a head and united hands 

1362 A similar brooch, larger, with its tongue, rudely ornamented with 

chased bands 

1363 A circular silver plate, with the alphabet engraved round it, and 

an inner moveable rotatory plate, which brings round a letter in 
an opening: supposed to have been contrived for the con- 
veyance of secret messages — in a silver case, covered with black 
fish skin, with silver studs — temp. Charles 1. 

1364 A small silvercir cular perpetual English calendar, with rotatory 

movement, the days of the week, &c., engraved as first day, 
second, &c., evidently made for a Puritan at the time of the 
Civil Wars, inscribed — " Ye shall not think of the name of 
other gods, neither shall they be heard out of your mouths." 
Exod. xxiii,, 13, &c. 

1365 A round silver medal, which opens and contains a male and 

female portrait painted in colours : on one side engraved the 
figure of a saint (bishop) and coat of arms below, and in- 
scription " Sanct. Rudbertus Eps. Salisb. 1625;" on the 
other the holy father, &c., with a cardinal's hat and lion 



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rampant below, inscribed " Paris D. G. Archieps. Sail. Se. 
A. P. L." and an inner inscription " Sub tuum praesidium 
confug." 

1366 A round silver medal, which unscrews, and contains twelve minia- 

tures on talc and two on paper, with the life of a saint ; each 
one has a blank for the face of the saint to fit over the painting 
at the bottom : the medal has on one side the effigy of 
Frederick III., Emperor of Germany, who reigned from 1037 
to 1658 

1367 A massive antique silver ring, with monograms engraved on the 

siianks 

1368 A thick silver ring, with a coat of arms (of a vessel in full sail) 

on the tablet, and on the shanks a faint enffravinff of the 
Virgin and Child and a bishop 

1369 A rude ring, of silver, chased with a representation of a hand 

and ornaments : it appears to have been formerly gilt 

1370 A ring guard for the finger against the friction of the bowstring, 

of green jade, with ornamental inlaying of gold and rubies; 
and another guard, similar, of ivory 

1371 An Italian ornament, intended to be suspended, of chased gold 

or silver gilt ; an oblong tablet, with scrolls and masks and 
pearls attached, with the letters D. A. in relief, and two shields 
of arms enamelled — of the Cellini period 

1372 A silver fillagree crucifix, with rays behind, the figure partly 

draped and gilt, with the Virgin kneeling, and a scroll engraved 
beneath. Presumed to be of Spanish work 

1373 A papal ring, set with a large crystal, with the tiara and keys, 

with arms on two sides, and the emblems of the evanoelists on 
the other in relief — inscribed " Sixtus Quartus" 

1374 A Doge's ring, metal gilt, set with a green coloured stone, with 

a winged hon and two shields of arms — inscribed R*X*R 
AG-O-N-A 

1375 A girdle, of metal gilt, enamelled with blue and white on upright 

flat plates — of elegant arabesque design, of the fifteenth 
century 



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ORNAMENTAL SILVER PLATE. 

1376 A bocale, with three medallions of a German emperor and two 

gentlemen ; with borders embossed, and supported by eagles — 
6 in. hiofh 

1377 A small bocale, engraved, with foliage and small figures in 

medaliions ; with openwork base, in which is a die and inscrip- 
tion, 1649 — 4 in. high 

1378 A plain bocale, with gilt bands above and below, engraved with 

domestic subjects and landscapes ; with German distich, two 
shields of arms beneath — 3f in. high 

1379 A small hexagonal gilt German drinking cup, the bowl engraved 

with festoons, the stem embossed with knops — inscribed at bot- 
tom S. B., 1625— 3 in. high 

1380 A pair of cups forming one, parcel gilt, with slightly raised oval 

bosses, engraved alternately with German lines, in praise of 
wine, and arabesques — together, 3f in. high 

1381 A small blue essence bottle, of stoneware, mounted with bands and 

rims of silver gilt, with chased fillagree ornaments — 7^in. high 

1382 A pair of hexagonal salt cellars, parcel gilt, each engraved with 

six medallions of female figures, and flower borders — on ball and 
claw feet, the edges richly embossed with flowers and masks, 
and gilt — 4^ in. high 

1383 A triangular gilt salt cellar, on ball feet, with three cavities, 

engraved with designs on each side — 4i in. the triangle 
13S4 A small cup, gilt, on elegant openwork stem, the foot embossed 
with fruits, &c., the inside engraved with a celestial sphere. 
Dated 1596— 4i in. high 

1385 A parcel gilt drinking cup, with fluted bowl, on stem, with three 

small openwork handles, a device engraved above, outside ''A. 
K.," and inside "Peter Rampa," 1626 — 6| in. high 

1386 A fluted wager drinking cup, gilt, richly embossed with ara- 

besques, surmounted by a windmill, to which a man is 
mounting by a ladder ; another figure looking out at a window 
on the side : at the back is a dial to denote the time occupied 
in drinking, of German work — of the 1 7th century — 1 1 in. high 



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1387 An hexagonal gilt salt, with a stag hunt chased in relief round 

the sides —2 in. high by 3 in. wide 

1388 A pair of small two-handled gilt cups, fluted, and engraved with 

scrolls and flowers — 2| in. high 

1389 A triangular gilt salt, supported on three lions, with masks and 

arabesques on each side — 4-J in. high 

1390 A circular gilt salt, on cherubs' heads, with cupids, coats of arms, 

and masks, chased in high relief — 3 in. diameter 

1391 A small gilt cup and cover, on vase-shaped stem and feet, cut, 

chased with flowers, fruits, and cherubs' heads — 8 in. high 

1392 A gilt cup and cover, on ball feet, the surface embossed with 

bulb shaped ornaments, two small shields of arms enamelled 
on the lid — 9 in. high 

1393 A cup and cover, on foot, with balls on spiral lozenge flutings, 

the cover surmounted by a boy holding a shield, a rim of open 
chased gothic design beneath the bowl — of German work— 
11 in. high 

1394 A cup and cover, of gothic design, supported on three lions, with 

openwork friezes of gothic tracery, surmounted by a figure of 
a savage in a group of foliage, a device enamelled inside the 
cover — 11 in. high 

1395 A plain gilt ewer, with two oval enamelled bosses on the sides — 

7 in. high 

1396 A green stoneware jug, mounted with rims and lid of silver, 

embossed with scrolls and flowers — 6^ in. high 

1397 One, smaller, of brown speckled ware, with lims and cover of 

silver gilt, chased with flowers in relief — 5f in. high 

1398 A German chasing, in silver, of a lady and gentleman, in relief — 

inscribed S. C, 1623 — 54 in. hiah and wide 



SILVER SPOONS. 

1399 A spoon, with short handle, a shield of arms above the bowl, the 
shaft inscribed " Hans Veit van Harras," surmounted by a 
plume of feathers 

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1400 One, parcel gilt, with an angel holding a shield above the bowl, 

with German inscription on the shaft, surmounted by a female 
figure 

1401 One, parcel gilt, with oval bowl, the back engraved, and the 

shaft twisted 

1402 One, larger, the bowl engraved on back, in niello work, the long 

thin shaft enamelled in niello on the back with scales, and a 
waived line in relief in front 



SILVER AND SILVER-GILT MOUNTED COCOA 
NUTS, AND NAUTILUS SHELLS. 

1403 A cocoaniit cup, carved with three subjects from St. John's 
Gospel, with boldly chased bands, foot and top of silver gilt, 
with heads, trophies, and foliage, the rim engraved — date pre- 
sumed to be between 1530 and 1583 — about 9 in. high 

1401 Another, carved with Judith and Holofernes ; and two other sub- 
jects, witli arabesque borders, the foot, bands, and top, of silver, 
richly chased with boys' heads, &c., the rim engraved — date 
presumed to be between 1530 and 1580 — between 9 and 10 in. 
high 

1405 Another, carved with three scriptural subjects, lined with silver, 

having at the bottom an enamelled coat of arms, with motto 
and date 1561, with richly chased mountings of silver ; the 
l>ands are formed of Roman figures, and have a coral bead hang- 
ing from each ; underneath the foot there is a cut crystal, and 
some stones set in the outside mounting of the foot ; surmounted 
by a figure of a boy holding a shield, on which are armorial 
bearings ; round the top rim is engraved " Vinum Isetificat 
cor hominis, 1561 ;" on the bottom, the name of the owner — 
11^ in. high 

1406 Another, with silver mountings, of English work, very plainly 

ornamented and engraved, carved with portraits of Charles I. 
not crowned, and Charles II. crowned, and one other portrait; 
a small death's head on one side, no doubt intended to mark 



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the date of the decease of the parties — date presumed to be 
between J 648 and 1665— 7^ in. high 

1407 Another, with richly chased bands of silver gil'^ with stones or 

glass set in them, the foot richly chased with masks, fruit, &c. 
— date presumed to be between 1560 and 1580 — about 6^ in. 
high 

1408 Another, mounted with silver-gilt elegant bands, with heads and 

arabesques, pendant rings and small malachite beads, the 
rim at the top engraved, with date, 1585, and initials G. B. 
— about 9i in. high 

1409 Another, carved with Diana and Acteon ; and two other subjects, 

with richly chased silver mountings of masks, &c., the bands with 
lions' heads, bearing rings in their mouths ; the cover surmounted 
with^the figure of an armed man holding a shield with armo- 
rial bearings — date about 1580 — about 12i in. high 

1410 Another, with parcel gilt and silver mountings ; the cover, which 

is on hinges, is surmounted by a Roman figure, the bands 
curiously ornamented, and four silver medallions on the sides, 
on which are enamelled coats of arms, of Italian work — date 
presumed to be between 1480 and 1500 — about 10 in. high 

1411 A Nautilus Shell, mounted with silver gilt, on stem, with 

figures of an old peasant, subjects of sea monsters on the foot 
and foliage, a figure of a triton on the top, the date, 1606, 
engraved on the shell, and the rebus of " Chascam sa croix," 
with four Latin lines : it evidently belonged originally to one of 
the La Croix family — about 13 in. high 



SILVER AND SILVER-GILT ORNAMENTAL 

PLATE. 

1412 An old stone jug, with hinged cover, with richly chased and 
eno-raved silver mountings ; Hercules and Cerberus, in high 
relief, on the cover; a Latin inscription round — date about 
1570— 6 in. high 



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1413 Another, with hinged cover, with richly chased silver-gilt mount- 

ings, with masks and fruit ; a lion on the cover — date about 
1600— 101 in. high 

1414 Another, with hinged cover, chased silver-gilt mountings, with 

heads, &c. — date about 1580 — 9^- in. high 

1415 Another, with silver-gilt mountings, chased with monkeys, 

masks, &c, ; on the back of the handle I.S., in an ornamented 
lacing, engraved — date about 1580 — 10^ in, high 

1416 Another, with silver-gilt mountings, chased with masks, fruit, 

&c. ; on the cover a figure of a lion, on the back of the handle 
the initials F.V.I. — date about 1580— 9^- in. high 

1417 A parcel gilt tankard, of hexagon shape ; on the lid a lion 

holding a shield, the handle ornamented, and the body boldly 
chased with birds and foliage — date about 1600 — 7-i-in. high 

1418 A parcel gilt tankard, of hexagon shape, engraved with six 

heads of Kino- David, Julius Caesar, &c. ; under the head of 
David the date 1619, boldly chased at the top and bottom 
with triangular bulbs — 7 in. high 

1419 A Parcel Gilt Tankard, on three pomegranate feet, superbly 

chased in the finest taste, with figures, busts, and other 
ornaments in high relief; on the inside of the lid a chased 
medallion of the Trinity, an embellished shield of arms on 
the body. A beautiful specimen of the cinque-cento period — 
8 in. high 

1420 A silver-gilt tankard, elaborately chased all over with medallions 

of subjects, masks, and arabesques ; a figure on the ornamented 
handle — date between 1560 and 1600 — 5:^ in. high 

1421 A Gilt Drinking Cup and Cover, with engraved ornaments, 

surmounted by a figure of a savage with a club and shield of 
a bear enamelled ; round the base of this figure is engraved, 
" Werli von Berenfels, 1541 ;" inside the cover are armorial 
bearings and the date 1541 — 13 in. high 
14'22 A silver drinking cup, bell-shapea, with embossed lions' heads, 
surmounted by an engraved sphere, inside which there is a 
die, and over these is a small figure, supporting with uplifted 
arms a small swinging cup — date about 1590 — 8 in. high 



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1423 A TALL Gilt Cup and Cover, with bulbs and ornaments 

embossed, supported on a figure of a Swiss guard with his 
halberd of the pope of the period, the cover surmounted by a 
knight holding a spear and shield — date about 15/0 — 2 1 in. 
high 

1424 A tall silver drinking cup, of English work, plain flat chased: 

on the top rim is engraved ''The gift of Christopher Pyra on 
his admission to the place of Gierke of this Company; " a coat 
of arms is also engraved, and apparently relates to the Black- 
smiths' Company, supported on a stem with a figure of an old 
warrior holding a smith's hammer and anvil, on which is 
engraved '' By the hammer and hand, all arts do stand " — 
llfin. high 

1425 A large gilt drinking cup, the bowl and boss beneath of hexagon 

shape, engraved with subjects connected with some legend of 
the felling of a tree, and six German coats of arms, the foot, 
&c. boldly chased — date about 1620 — 14 in. high 

1426 A Gilt Drinking Cup and Cover, chased and embossed, 

surmounted by a figure of a mason in colours, on stem, with a 
boy with a shield, on which are engraved various names and the 
date 1681 : many other names and subsequent dates are 
engraved on other parts — 17 in. high 

1427 Another, richly chased, surmounted by a figure holding a shield 

— 15 in. high 

1428 A Gilt Cup a>d Cover, boldly chased with heads, scrolls, 

and flowers, surmounted by a Roman figure holding a shield 
with armorial bearings and P. S. engraved inside ; there is 
another coat of arms and H. S. engraved — date about 1600 — 
14 in. high 

1429 Another, chased and embossed with bulbs, surmounted by an 

armed figure holding a shield, with armorial bearings and 
initials A. P.M. G. on the foot— the date 1630, and initials A.P. 
— Hi in. high 

1430 A gilt drinking cup, chased with three medalions of figures in 

military costume of the period ; beneath the foot is an inscrip- 



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tion in the Hungarian or Sclavonic dialect, and date 1650, die 
10 Septembris — it is apparently earlier than the date of the in- 
scription — 10 in. high 

1431 A gih cup and cover, richly chased with landscapes, birds, and 

flowers, surmounted by a figure of Minerva holding a spear 
and shield — date about 1590 — 13 in. high 

1432 A silver cup and cover, elaborately chased, with a subject from 

the parable of the Prodigal Son, masks, scrolls, and fruit, sur- 
mounted by a figure of a wild boar — date about 1590 — lOj in. 
high 

1433 A silver gilt cup, in the form of a lady, in costume of about the 

year 1600, holding a small cup over her head — inscribed 
" Philippus Kuntzell von Hall. Ans. Sachsen, 1607 " — 7i in. 
high 

1434 An octagonal gilt mug, with raised scroll work, enamelled in 

colours— 3^ in. high 

1435 A gilt drinking cup and cover, in the form of a lanthorn ; in the 

inner part there is an engraving of a subject, with German 
inscription — 7 in. high. A singularly formed sfecimen of 
quaint German taste 

1436 A gilt cup and cover, on three pomegranate feet, chased, with 

three portraits of royal personages, probably Leopold H. of 
Austria, &c. — Sin. high 

1437 A gilt drinking cup, in the form of a female figure with a ruff; 

she holds in her hands, over her head, a small cup — date about 
1600, the costume of that period — 7-J in. high 

1438 A gilt cup, chased, with pine formed bulbs ; engraved round the 

rim — " Johannes Pelrus, anno 1647 " — 5-J in. high 

1439 A gilt cup and cover, chased, with three heads of the Caesars, 

landscapes and fruit, on three ball feet, surmounted by a swan 
— date about 1640—8 in. high 

1440 A smaller cup, similar — 6 in. high 

1441 Another, similar, with landscapes — 6 in. high 

1442 A silver mug, engraved with ornaments, and chased at the foot, 

engraved "Cornel Doeren, &c., 1618 ' — 4^ in. high 



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1443 A silver mug, curiously chased and engraved, with a kind of 

reticular ornament underneath a court of arms, and '' Franck 
Auches, 1647" — 5 in, high 

1444 A silver cup and cover, hexagonal shape, on three pomegranate 

feet, flat chased and engraved with figures, surmounted by a 
figure; under the bottom is engraved "1742, Johannes 
Gadrtz," but it appears older — 10 in. high 

1446 A FiME OLD Nef, or table ornament, in the form of a boat, with 

barrel inside, the after part with openwork chased ornaments, 
supported on a stem formed of a vine branch and grapes, on 
oval foot, embossed with grapes ; the bowl is inscribed with 
German verses, " Johann B. Franckenthal, 1662," by whom it 
was presented to the Guild of Wine Coopers of that city — 
10 in. high 

1447 A SMALLER Nef, boat-shaped, with Fortune standing on the 

neck, the stem with triple openwork ornament, dolphins em- 
bossed on the oval foot — 8^ in. high. (^See illustration) 

1448 A small circidar salt cellar, gilt, on scroll feet, with masks, the 

borders embossed with masks and fruits — 3J in. diameter 

1448*A Silver Tazza, of Italian Work, in perfect state, the bowl 
chased with the Judgment of Solomon, the stem and foot with 
flowers and scrolls — date about 1590 — height about 6^ in., 
diameter 8 in. 

1449 Another, of German Work, the bowl chased with Christ 

and the Woman of Samaria, about the same size as the pre- 
ceding, round the rim is engraved " Elisabeth Schott H. K." 
— date probably about 1590 

1450 A Gilt Casket, of coflTer shape, on four sphinx feet, covered 

with pierced tracery or scroll work, enamelled in colours — date 
about 1590 — about 4-^ in high, 5f in. long, and 3^ in. wide 

1451 A gilt top or bowl of a tazza, chased with Christ at the well, of 

German work — date about 1560 — 7^ in. diameter 

1452 A gilt bowl of a tazza, chased with Moses and the brazen serpent, 

of German work — date about 1560 — 7% in. diameter 



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1453 A gilt bowl of a tazza, chased with the Rape of Helen, of Italian 

work — date about 1560—7^ in. high 

1454 A parcel gilt round plate, with deep centre, chased with a figure 

of a boy in high relief, and border of birds and fruit — date 
about 1640 — 9| in. diameter 

1455 A gilt diminutive tazza, in perfect condition, chased with a saint 

in a landscape — date about 1590 — If in. high, 2 in. diameter 

1456 A gilt salt cellar, of triangular shape, chased with heads and 

animals, on sphinx feet, with chased arched rail border — date 
about 1600 — l^in. high, side of triangle 4 in. 

1457 A gilt salt cellar, of triangular shape, chased with birds and fruit, 

on three ball feet — date about 1600 — f in. high, side of trian- 
gle 3^ in. 

1458 A Gilt Salt Cellar, with four sides, finely chased with whole- 

length figures and two shields of arras, the rim chased with 
birds, of Italian work — date about 1590 — 1^ in. high, 3 in. 
wide 

1459 A Pair of elegant Gilt upright Salt Cellars, on four 

scroll feet, with figures, the sides of pierced scroll work, the 
tops slightly engraved — 3| in. high, and 2 in. wide 

1460 A gilt salt cellar, with octagonal foot, chased with ornaments — 

date about 1 640 — 2-i. in. high, base 3^ in. wide 

1461 A gilt and enamelled scent bottle — date about 1600 — 3 in. 
- high 

1462 A silver bell, boldly chased with scrolls outside ; on the top a 

figure of Minerva holding a shield coat of arms, engraved ; on 
the inner lining is a coat of arms, with a ducal coronet — date 
about 1700— 4i in. high 

1463 An original Gilt Sprinkler, chased and enamelled in parts, 

used by the Parsees or Guebres fire worshippers, in sprinkling 
the bodies of the dead. This form has been copied in more 
modern times in India, for ornamental vessels used for sprink- 
ling otta of roses, or other perfumes. Some modern initials 
are engraved underneath, and no doubt refer to some former 
owner. Its date may very fairly be referred to a distant 
period — between 10 and 1 1 in. high 



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1464 A gilt and enamelled round box and cover, with a garnet or ruby 

set in it, ornamented with insects, flowers, and scrolls of richly 
raised enamelled work, on three ball feet — date about 1580 — 
2 in, high 

1465 A silver tea caddy, of very old form, beautifully chased and 

engraved, and with a coronet and armorial bearings — 5i in. 
high 



End of Twelfth Days Sale. 



Thirteenth Day's Sale. 



On TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 1855, 

AT ONE o'clock PRECISELY. 



LIMOGES ENAMELS. 

1466 A circular plate, witli a Jewish sacrifice, black and while with 

red tints, with beautiful arabesque borders, the number 4 
on a tablet at the bottom ; the back elaboratelj' enamelled 
with figures, subjects, and medallions ; a border round, and a 
shield in centre — nearly 8 in. diameter 

1467 A circular plate, with an illustration of the month of April in 

colours and gold upon a bright blue ground, with rich ara- 
besque border ; the back has rich arabesque masks and 
ornaments — 8 in. diameter 

1468 Another, illustrating the month of July, a harvest scene, black 

and white with red tints and gilding, with rich arabesque 
border ; the back covered with arabesque and masks partly 
gilt. Inscribed with initials of the artist (Jean Courtois) 1. C. 
— 7\ in. diameter 

1469 Another, with a baker's house, illustrating the month of De- 

cember, black and white with red tints and gilding, with a 
border of arabesques ; the back covered with masks and scrolls. 
Signed 1. C. (Jean Courtois) 




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1470 Another, with a battle of many figures, black and white with 

red tints and gilding, with rich border ; the back with ara- 
besques, masks, and scrolls. Signed also I. C. — 8 in. 
diameter 

1471 Another, with a courtship and a jester, black and white with red 

tints, with rich border ; the back with arabesques, masks, and 
gilding — 7 in. diameter 

1472 Another, with Hercules and Geryon, black and white with red 

tints, surrounded by scrolls ; on the back a female bust, sur- 
rounded by scrolls and flowers--7in. diameter 

1473 A circ dar plate, with Hercules and the lion, black and white with 

red tints and gilding, scroll and arabesque border ; on the back 
a male bust, in scrolls, and floreated border — 7 in. diameter 

1474 Another, with a man and woman on horseback, with the sign of 

Gemini in fanciful bordei', black and white with flesh tints ; 
on the back arabesques, masks, and gilding — 7^ in, diameter 

1475 An oval plaque, in colours and gilding, with classical figures and 

landscape. Signed 1. C. (Jean Courtois) — 9-i-in. by 7 in. 

1476 An oval plaque, with warriors in a galley, on t lie seashore, by the 

same artist — the companion 

1477 A plate, with Sol in his car, a shield of arms at the bottom 

and border of masks and scrolls in black, white, and gold, 
with flesh tints; the back with masks and wreaths — 9 in. 
diameter 
147S Another, with sheepshearing, illustrating the month of July, 
in colours, with variegated border of gems; on the back a 
bust of Galba, with border of gems : believed to be the work 
of Susannah Courtois — 9^ in. diameter 

1479 Another, similar, with a sporting subject, illustrating the month 

of March, with rich arabesque border and two medallions. 
Dated 1565, and initials of artist, P. R. (qvieiy Rexman) ; 
on the back is a helmeted bust, with rich scroll and mask 
border — 7| in diameter 

1480 Another, similar, wi'h the Sacrifice of Isaac, and border of masks 

and scrolls ; on the back, masks and wreaths, with the artist's 
name, P. Corteys M. F.— -8|in. diameter 



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1481 A circular plate, in black and white with flesh tints and gilding, 

with Eurydice and Cerberus at the entrance to Hades, within 
a rich arabesque border ; a crest of an eagle, surmounted by • 
three crescents, in a medallion ; the back with cherubs' heads 
and arabesques : the plate has a convex projection in the 
centre — about 10 in. diameter 

1482 A similar plate, with a classical subject of four females 

1483 A similar plate, with the temptation of Adam and Eve in 

arabesque border, with masks ; at the back, masks and other 
ornaments, with the artist's name, P. Corteys — 8^ in. diameter 

1484 A similar plate, with Ceres; on the back, cherubs' heads and 

arabesques — 9 in, diameter 

1485 An upright plaque, with the Annunciation, in colours and 

gilding — 9i in by 5 in. 

1486 An oblong plaque, with two classical male figures, and ornament- 

ed facade of a temple, in colours, with gilding. Artist's 
initials, P. R. — 5^ in. by Sin. 

1487 Another, with the betrothal of Louis XIII. with Anne of 

Austria, with Mary de Medicis and other figures, in gilt 
metal twisted frame, in red leather case — 5 in. by 3 in. Highly 
interesting 

1488 An upright plaque, with a hunter and wild animals, and a Latin 

legend at the top — 6i in. by 4 in. 

1489 Another, with the Good Shepherd, the Deity above, with Latin 

legends — companion to the preceding 

1490 A plate, in black and white with flesh tints and gilding, with a 

subject from the Old Testament (3rd chapter of Kings) ; at 
the back is a female portrait, with fruits and masks, and ara- 
besque borders — 8 in. diameter 

1491 A flattened circular plaque, in colours, with gilding, with figures 

sowing seeds — 6;^ in. by Gin. 

1492 A similar plaque, with figures killing a pig, illustrating the 

month of December 

1493 An oval plaque with stag hunting, illustrating the month of 

Adril, in coloiirs and gold — 5i^in. by 4^ in. 



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1494 An upright oval plaque, with a female bearing a staff surrounded 

by a snake, with grotesque arabesque, and foliage ornaments — 
5 in. by 4 in. 

1495 An upright plaqu.^, with arched top, with the Annunciation, and 

raised imitation gems — about 4 in. by 3 in. 

1496 A square plaque, with the death of Anchises, from Virgil — 

about 8 in. by 7 in. 

1497 An upright plaque, with the Crucifixion, in colours and gilding, 

bearing the artist's initials, L. L. (Leonard Limousin), 1539 — 
8iin. by 6^ in. 

1498 An oblong plaque, with Silenus and fauns, in black and white 

with flesh tints, bearing the artist's initials, P. R., 1556, in 
ebony fluted frame — 6^ in. by 3 in. 

1499 An octagonal mirror, in the original ofilt chased frame, with 

enamelled back, in colours, painted with Cerberus guarding 
Hades, and rich borders — 3-i-in. by 2iin. 

1500 An upright plaque, arched top, with the Holy Family and 

Infant in the manger, black and white with flesh tints — 3 in. 
by 2 in. 

1501 A circular ornament, with a combat of equestrian warriors; in a 

steel and silver-gilt antique mounting — about l|-in. diameter 

1502 An upright plaque, with arched top, with the Nativity, in black 

and white, with some gilding — 3^ in. by 2-|-in. 

1503 The enamelled back of an oval mirror, upright, with Charon 

ferrying Psyche in a boat, in colours and gilding, within a 
rich fanciful border of birds. Signed I. L. (Joseph Landin) 
— about 4 in. by 3 in. 

1504 An upright oval back of a mirror, with a feniale plunging into 

the sea, in original gilt chased mounting — 4im. by 3| in. 

1505 Another, of similar form, with Apollo and the Muses on Mount 

Parnassus, in colours and gilding. Signed S. C. — 4| in. by 
31 in. 

1506 An oblong plaque, with Charles IX. or Henry III. of France, 

as Phoebus in his car, in a landscape, in colours and gilding. 
Signed L. L. 15/3, on the base of a fountain — 9^ in. by 
7in. • 



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1507 Another, similar, with a que'en as Venus, with cupids — dated 

1574. Also signed L. L. 

1508 Three square plaques, with the three sybils and wreath borders 

— about 5 in. square 

1509 An upright plaque, in colours and gilding, witli the Adoration 

of the Magi — nearly 6 in. by 4|^ in. 

1510 An oblong plaque, with the Magdalen in the desert. Signed 

I. L. (Joseph Laudin) — nearly 10 in. by 7 in. 

1511 A BEAUTIFUL UPRIGHT Pax, with the Crucifixion, the Virgin 

and St, John at the foot of the cross, with arched top, in 
original architectural mounting, with circular medallions 
above, in one of which is a small bust; a pearl set in the top 
of the frame, and a circular space for reliques : it is in colours, 
with gilding ; on the back is a rude engraving of an arched 
door, and. an embossed hand upon it — about 5-1- in. by Sin. 

1512 A circular plaque, with the Annunciation in colours and gilding, 

some curious marks on the copper back — nearly 5 in. 
diameter 

1513 An upright oval plaque^ with St. Hubert praying — about 3 in. 

by 2i in. 

1514 Another, with arched top, the Virgin praying, attended by 

another figure — 2^ in. by 2 in. 

1515 Another, with Susannah and the elders, in a rich garden scene — 

nearly 11 in. by 8 in. 

1516 Another, with Judith and Holofernes in the tent — of similar 

size 

1517 An oblong plaque, with Charles IX. as Jupiter in his car, with 

Ganymede — about 9 in. by 7 in. 

1518 An oval plaque, with sheepshearing, illustrating the month of 

June — about 5| in. by 4 in. 

1519 An upright plaque, in colours and gilding, with monks in white 

robes, kneeling round a tomb, the Trinity above, surrounded 
by angels, with Latin legends on scrolls: a very singular 
composition. On the back is inscribed, in gold letters, M. F. 
VERTHAMON, C. D. R— about- 4* in. by 3^ in. 



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1520 A square plaque, in colours and gilding, with St. John Capistran 

preaching to numerous figures, some of whom are binning 
implements of gaming ; on a bellows in front is the monogram 
H. S. and the artist's initials, I. P. (query Penicault) — 5 in. 
by 4f in. 

1521 An upright plaque, with Ceres and the Furies in Hades — artist's 

initials, I. C. (Jean Court, or Courteys) 

1522 An hexagonal double handled saucer: in the centre a medallion 

of Tobit, in black and white with gilding, surrounded by 
flowers and birds in colours, the back richly ornamented with 
birds and fancy ornaments, and a landscape — Gin. by 5 in. 

1523 A circular saucer, with double handles : in the centre is St. John 

and the lamb in colours, surrounded by embossed scrolls and 
gems a Pailliettes, the outside similarly ornamented with a 
landscape at the bottom 

1524 Another, with Orpheus surrounded by beasts and birds in 

medallions, in colours and gold ; at the back a Magdalen, with 
medallions of landscapes and fruits, in black and white — 5 in. 
diameter 

1525 A CIRCULAR Saucer, with a curiously embossed coloured 

portrait, inscribed " Xantippe," in rich costume partly gilt, 
surrounded by embossed decorations and medallions of land- 
scapes ; at the back a piping faun in a landscape, with medallions 
of scrolls — nearly 6 in. diameter 

1526 An oval purse, with male and female portraits in lich costume, 

coloured and gilt, with embossed ornaments at the top : it has 
its original lining of gold brocade and thread — period about 
1680 

1527 Another, with portraits in rich costume, and similar ornaments 

1528 Two similar ovals for a purse — the artist's initials N. L. (Noel 

Laudin) 

1529 A circular priming powder flask, turquoise ground, with figures 

in black, partly gilt, relating to the chase, with original 
mounting, and gold brocade tassels — period about 1640 — 3 in. 
diameter 

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1530 An oblong plaque, with Apollo and Daphne, in blue, white, and 

black, gilt, inscribed on the back " Laudin," in original gilt 
metal frame — nearly 8 in. by 6^ in. 

1531 A circular plaque, with Aurora, Cephalus, and Narcissus, in 

colours, on both sides — 5 in. diameter 

1532 A square plaque, with the Saviour freeing souls from Satan's 

power, in colours and gold — 6 in. by 5^ in. 

1533 An oblong plaque, with Alexander and Roxana, in black and 

white, with gilding — about 5 in. by 3:^ in. 

1534 An upright plaque, with a sportsman and falcon in black, white, 

and gold, illustrating the Air; the artist's name, J. Laudin, on 
the back — nearly 8 in. by 6 in. 

1535 Another, similar, with a sportsman, illustrating the Earth, by the 

same artist 

1536 An oblong plaque, with a man drinking, inscribed with French 

verses, black and white, with gilding ; inscription on the back — 
about 6 in. by 4^ in. 

1537 An upright plaque, with the Holy Family, in very rich colours ; 

and on the reverse Joseph and his brethren, in black and 
white, in its original silver gilt frame, in leather case— about 
31. in. by 3 in. 

1538 Another, with a female portrait in the costume of the time of 

Louis XIIL, in colours and gilding — 4^ in. by Sin. 

1539 An irregularly shaped circular plaque, with profile portrait of 

Andrea Doria, inscribed " Andreas Aurea," in colours and 
gilding, in metal ring frame. Verj/ curious — about 8 in. 
diameter 

1540 An oblong oval plaque, with a man feeding swine by beating oak 

trees, illustrating the month of November, in colours and 
gilding, probably by Rexman — 7jin. by Gin, 

1541 A similar plaque, with a family repast, illustrating the month of 

January. Initials P. R. 

1542 An oblong plaque, with a hunter and a nymph, with dogs, in 

colours and gilding, in metal frame — 3 J in. by 2^ in. 

1543 An upright plaque, with the procession to the Crucifixion, in a 

very curious style of colouring — about 5 in. by 4 in. 



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1544 A LARGE UPRIGHT OVAL PORTRAIT OF 

CATHARINE DE MEDICIS, in colours: a letter L. 

occurs on tlie right side near the sleeve — IS in. by 12 in. 
154.5 An oblong oval plaque, with a singular subject of a banquet of 

deities; inscription on a banderolle at bottom — 13^ in. by 

101 in. 

1546 An upright plaque, with a figure of Hope, in black and white 

with flesh tints ; green ornamented background. Inscribed 
P.I. 1541—11 in. by 9 in. 

1547 An oblong plaque, with Pan and Syrinx, by Laudin, in blue and 

white with gilding, in original frame — nearly Sin. by 6^ in. 

1548 A square plaque, with the betrayal of Christ, Peter smiting 

Malchus, in colours, with gilding — about 6 in. by 5iin. 

1549 An upright plaque, with head of our Saviour, finely treated, in 

colours with gilding ; a monogram on the back — nearly 6 in. 
by 4 in. 

1550 An upright oval, with Peace and Abundance, after Guido, in 

colours, by N. Laudin — about 8 in. by 7 in. 

1551 An upright oval, with the baptism of our Saviour, a coat of arms 

with a knight's helmet as crest on one side of the enamel, in 
colours and gilding : the artist is P. Nouailher. Vide front 
and 6ac^— about 5^ in. by 4^ in. 

1552 A circular plaque, with illustrations of the sense of Feeling : 

a group of three grotesque heads, in colours, by N. Laudin — 
about 7iin. diameter 

1553 A square plaque, with [the Virgin and angels in the heavens, in 

colours with gold — about 6 in. by 5 in. 

1554 A square plaque, with the flagellation of Christ, very rudely 

treated, in colours with gilding — about 74^ in. by 6-^ in. 

1555 A square plaque, with St. Cecilia playing on the organ ; embossed 

ornaments at the four corners of the octagon border — about 
6 in. by 5 in. 

1556 An upright oval plaque, with Christ on the cross, attended by 

the Magdalen, in colours, gilt, with raised scroll border, by 
J. Laudin — 7\m. by 6j in. 

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1557 A similar plaque, with a saint habited as a bishop and a kneeling 

infant, with similar ornamented border, by J. Laudin 

1558 An upright plaqiae, with the descent from the cross, attended by 

the Maries and a bishop praying, with devotional Latin 
legends, a shield of arms in front, in colours and gold, in 
worked metal gilt frame — 9 in. by 6 in. 

1559 An Upright Pax, with arched top, in rich gothic silver-gilt 

mounting, with an opening at the bottom for reliques ; the 
enamel represents the descent from the cross, with the Maries, 
in colours and gold — the whole of the pax is about 7^ in. in 
height 

1560 A BEAUTIFUL Tazza AND CoVER : wlthiu Is the banquet of 

Dido to ^neas, and inside and outside are classical busts in 
ornamented wreaths, and raised medallions, in colours, with 
gold and flesh tints, in original metal mounting, partly engraved. 
Signed P. R., and dated 1545— 9* in. by 8} in. 

1561 AN ELEGANT EWER, with a fine subject of an equestrian 

combat round the body ; on the neck are busts in medallions, 
among which may be recognised Henry II. or Francis I., in 
black and white with flesh tints and gold ; the foot embellished 
with arabesque ornaments : the artist's initials, I. C, occur on 
one of the medallions, probably his portrait — 10 in. by 4 in, 
{See illustration) 

1562 A tazza, with the Annunciation in the bowl ; the foot has a sub- 

ject of dancing figures, the outside fancifully embellished: 
within the foot the initials of the artist, I. H. — about 4^ in. 
high by 9^ in. diameter 

1563 A Salt Cellar, hexagonal, the sides having subjects of boys 

engaged in the vintage, the top and bottom having busts of 
Paris and Helen, with figures and wreaths in colours, with 
gold — nearly 3 in. high 

1564 A FINK LARGE Tazza, with a Scriptural subject of many figures, 

in black and white, with flesh tints and gold ; rich masks and 
scrolls on the outside. The initials of the artist, I. C, on the 
outside — 4i in. high by 10 in. diameter 



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1565 A BEAUTIFUL CASKET, in original silver-gilt chased 

mounting, highly embellished with gems, camei, &c. : it is 
composed of five plaques of enamels, in panels, representing the 
Sybils, in black and white, with gilding — height about 4^ in., 
width 5^ in. (See illustration) 

1566 A Tazza, with Abraham and Isaac represented within the bowl; 

on the foot another subject from Genesis, in black and white, 
with flesh tints and gold, with a shield of arms — nearly 7 in. 
diameter, and 6 in. high 

1567 A Salt Cellar, circular, with hexagonal sides ; the top has a 

subject of figures in a landscape, and on the sides are six of 
the Sybils, in colours with gold — 4 in. high 

1568 A LARGE Tazza, with the passage of the Red Sea, in black and 

white, with flesh tints and gold, rich scrolls on outside — 4^ in. 
high, 10 in. diameter 

1569 A Pair of Salt Cellars, of hexagonal form : the labours of 

Hercules represented on the panels, and busts of Hercules and 
Dejanaira on the tops and bottoms, in colours and gold — dated 
1542 — 3i in. high, 4| in. wide 

1570 A Circular Pax, in silver-gilt mounting, with the Virgin and 

Child in a landscape, in colours and gold : the enamel ap- 
pears to be older than the mounting ; on the back of which is 
inscribed A. Pasto, Doctor, 1593 — about 4 in. diameter 

1571 A Salt Cellar, of circular form, on the top is a classical bust, 

on the stem, some of the labours of Hercules, in black and 
white, with flesh tints and gold — 4 in. high, 5 in. diameter 

1572 An Hexagonal Salt Cellar, with classical busts, in me- 

dallions, with trophies, and a shield of arms with three fleurs- 
de-lys — about 1| in. by 3 in. 

1573 A cup and saucer : the inside of the cup light blue, with portraits 

of Semiramis and Pauhne, and busts of Roman emperors 
between embossed borders ; on the saucer, the figure of Jael, 
in colours and gold. Signed by the artist, J. Laudin 

1574 A similar cup and saucer, with portraits of Artemisia, Zenobia, 

and A ma, with Roman imperial busts between 



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DRESDEN AND OTHER ENAMEL. 

1575 A pair of cups and saucers, of Dresden enamel, in silver-gilt 

mountings, with spoonS;, with three seaports, in the manner of 
Claude, and a large view in each saucer, with rich borders of 
flowers, the cups lined with silver gilt 

1576 Another pair of cups and saucers, of Dresden enamel, also 

painted with Claude-like seaports and floral embellishments 

1577 An oblong saucer-formed drinking vessel, the sides lipped over 

near the centre, enamel, with a chase of wild beasts, and em- 
bossed work in colours : the equestrian figures are attired in 
old Hungarian costnme 

1578 A cup and saucer, enamelled on silver, of Dresden work, with 

medallions of figures and floral embellishments 

1579 A circular flat box and cover, enamelled on metal, ornamented 

with raised scroll work 

1580 Another, nearly similar 

1581 A circular plate, of Moresco Hispano enamel, in blue, gold, and 

white, with a sunk centre, the embellishments very fanciful and 
elegant — about 10 in. diameter 

1582 A similar plate, with the centre more deeply sunk — about 8 in. 

1583 A circular plate, of Italian enamel, embossed all over with raised 

flowers, and arabesques in scrolls — about 15 in. diameter 

EARLY ORIENTAL ENAMELS, ON METAL. 

1584 A two-handled flat basin, of bronze, richly enamelled with scroll 

work in blue and red, on three feet — 6 in. diameter. Of very 
early work 

1585 A beautiful small flat basin, similarly ornamented — Gin. diameter 

— on rosewood stand 

1586 A circular flat bottle, with globularneck, and two handles, of very 

early enamel, scroll ornaments in colours on blue ground — 9;^ in. 
hio^h 

1587 A small hexagonal stand, with flowers on dark blue, in compart- 

ments — 2h ill. high 



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1588 An oval vessel, with scales in imitation of tortoises, with black 

scrolls on yellow ground — 3 in. long 

1589 A globular essence vase, with flowers, in colours, on blue ground 

— 6^ in. high 

1590 A beautiful basin, with dragons, scrolls, and flowers, in colours 

on blue ground, lined with white metal — 8^ in. diameter 



1591 A small cup and saucer, with coloured flowers on white ground 

1592 A small cup and saucer, white flowers on blue ground 

1593 A fruit-shaped cup and saucer, green and pink, with flowers 

1594 A pair of Dresden cups and saucers, in imitation of oriental, 

scalloped with flowers, in relief 

1595 A plaque, with coat of arms of Sir A nthony Brown, Grand Squire 

to Henry VIIl., and inscription beneath, enamelled in colours 
on metal, the edges gilt — 6^^ in. by 4| in. 



Mid of Thirteenth Day's Sale. 



Fourteenth Day 8 Sale. 



On WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 1855, 

AT ONE o'clock TRECISELY. 



STEEL KNIVES AND FORKS, AND OTHER 
INSTRUMENTS. 

lo96 A large knife, with mother-o'-pearl and ornamented metal-gilt 
handle, the lower part of the blade gilt and engraved ; on the 
back edge, in raised letters, is " Dela Fidelite derive ma 
Fortune " — in leather sheath — date from 1540 to 1560 

1597 A steel tooth-extracting instrument, engraved and dated 1598, 

with an inscription in German, and H. H. on the handle 

1598 A large pair of steel scissors, with engraved blades, the handles 

of silver work on steel, with birds and shields of arms 

1 599 A pair of steel sugar breakers, the blades engraved with figures, 

with German inscription, and date 1644 

1600 A large pair of steel scissors, ornamented with silver, with the 

arms of a bishop on the handle 

1601 Another pair, the handles of chased silver, with arms, cypher, 

and crest 

1602 A steel knife, with chased handle of a lion holding a shield of 

arms, some marks on the blade ; in rude wooden iron-mounted 
case, engraved with an anchor, heads, &c. — date 1552 

1603 A pair of steel knives, with curiously shaped handles of dark 

liorn, mounted with brass, engraved with subjects, and the 
date 1608 




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1604 A steel knife, with carved blade, partly gilt and engraved, witli 

richly carved ivory handle of a female figure — of Italian work, 
in leather sheath 

1605 A steel dagger knife, mounted with silver, with ivory handle, 

carved with a group of boys, in leather mounted sheath 

1606 A steel dagger knife, mounted with silver-gilt, engraved, with 

ivory handle carved with male and female figures and foliage, 
in leather sheath 

1607 A steel knife, with red shell or horn handle, mounted with silver^ 

with devices and figures 

1608 A pair of shears, the blades engraved, and apparently formerly 

gilt 

1609 A steel knife, with silver handle, enamelled light blue, with raised 

silver ornaments, a fleur-de-lys and coronet, engraved 

1610 Another, with variegated bone handle, silver and coloured stripes^ 

with chased ferrule and hilt of metal gilt, the blade partly gilt, 
and engraved with stags 

1611 Another, with dark shell or horn handle, mounted with silver 

scrolls and busts 

1612 A steel knife and fork, in one piece, for a one-armed person, the 

handle of ivory, with shield, and date 1617 

1613 A long steel fork, with bone handle inlaid with picquet work 

1614 A stylus, for writing, ornamented with silver, of Moresque design 

1615 A beautiful boxwood spoon, the bowl carved with an equestrian 

figure and a portrait, with inscription and crown, dated 1676 ; 
the handle formed of a male and female figure, seated on a 
mask, the Virgin and Child, and other figures 

1616 A red bone spoon, mounted on two small wheels, in imitation of a 

cannon 

IVORY, BONE, AND WOODEN COMBS, CARVINGS 
IN IVORY, kc. 

1617 A Pair of beautifully Carved Ivory Plaques, being the 

sides of a dyptic, with four subjects from the life of Christ — of 
Gothic period, in ebony frames 



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1618 A square shaped ivory comb, with large and small teeth, carved 

all over with svihjects of David and Bathsheba and the Choice 
of Paris, and ornaments in renaissance taste 

1619 An oblong Italian comb, with small and large teeth, beautifully 

carved in ivory, with busts and arabesques 

1620 Another oblong Italian comb, of the same kind, beautifully carved 

in ivory, with boys, masks, and scrolls 

1621 Another oblong Italian comb, of the same fine workmanship and 

form, but different subjects, busts, &c., the carving being of 
different periods 

1622 An Oblong Venetian Comb, carved in ivory, with one row of 

teeth on each side, carved with minstrels, hawking parties, &c., 
and ornamental sides, similar to the embellishments seen in 
missals 

1623 A square-shaped comb, of ivory, with two rows of teeth, carved 

with a decorative interlacing device, like a ribbon, entwined with 
other ornaments 

1624 A comb, with two rows of teeth, carved in tortoiseshell, and in 

outer case of the same, with silvrr mountings, both elaborately 
engraved with the arms of Jamaica and specimens of some of 
the native trees, and also engraved " Port B-oyall in Jamaica, 
1690" : on the comb an earlier date appears, Jamaica 1674 

1625 A comb, carved in boxwood, with two rows of teeth and perfo- 

rated tracery design, inclining to the gothic style, an amatory 
device on a pierced heart, carved in relief, and inscription in 
gothic letters in French 

1626 A comb, with double row of teeth, carved in ivory, with a female 

nursing an infant, with two nude male figures and ornaments 

1627 A dyptic, elaborately carved in ivory, with six horizontal com- 

partments, with subjects from the life of Christ, under gothic 
arches of the fifteenth century 

1628 An oblong carved ivory tablet, with a singular subject in relief, 

an armed knight slaying a man attn-ed like a wild monster, 
and other figures— early 

1629 A whole-length figure of the Virgin and Child, carved in ivory, 

with crowns on their heads 



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1630 A very curious circular carving in ivory, in relief, in original 

silver and gilt ornamented and fillagree frame, with crystal 
cover over it, with the death of the Virgin, with many figures 
of saints, &c., in its original state of ornamental colouring and 
gilding, in modern leather case 

1631 A circular plaque, of ivory, carved in relief, with David's mission 

to Bathsheba, &c., in an ornamented border: perhajis this 
has been the case of a mirror — date from 1460 to 1480 

1632 An upright carved ivory plaque, with arched top, and two whole- 

length figures of angels supporting a circular medallion ; the 
background covered with fleurs-de-lys under the triple deco- 
rated arch : this may have been a reliquaire 

1633 An Oblong Ivory Plaque, carved in relief, in two compartments, 

with St. Georgre and the dragon, and St. Barbara and other 
figures, under very rich pointed and circular architecture 
forming canopies, A most interesting object of the fifteenth 
century 

1634 A Circular Ivory Plaque, carved in relief, with grotesque 

gothic crockets round the border, with a subject representing 
the betrayal of a castle by the females within to the besiegers ; 
supposed to illustrate a passage in an early French chronicle : 
perhaps it has been the case of a mirror. Highly interesting 

1635 A CURIOUS Ivory Carving, of four busts in three-quarters 

proportions, representing a young man in health and prosper- 
ity, with an imp deriding him, when in a subsequent stage of 
his life he is dying, and with the figure of Death, with Latin 
inscription in gothic characters, referring to the love of the 
world, &c., in red and black 

1636 A small ivory bust, carved in profile, representing on one side a 

youthful female in rich costume, and on the other the head 
when decayed by death, with a pair of scales — date about 1560 

1637 A small ivory carved ornament, intended to be worn suspended, 

a double bust, on one side a face of a moribund person, and on 
the other a dearh's-head, &c., with original gold and enamel- 
led setting, with chain, &c. Maria and I'N'R'I on the setting, 
and " Dura et Aspera," inscribed on the ivorv 



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1638 A pair of carved ivory dice, formed as grotesque females in a 

sitting posture 

1639 A carved ivory grater, formed as an upright female figure in a 

Turkish or Armenian dress — of early period 

1640 A small whole-length figure, of ivory, of a draped Grecian 

warrior, with shield 

1641 A CARVED Ivory Top of a Sceptre or baton, of ceremony, 

with two busts in high relief, the one of an emperor under the 
guise of Herod, and the other the daughter, as Herodias's 
daughter with the head of St. John — of the time of Maximilian 

1642 A small ivory flask, like a powder case, carved in relief, with 

men at a table with attendants pouring out wine — date about 
1580 

1643 A small ivory powder flask, with original silver pipe, boldly 

carved as a warrior's helmeted head, with lizard-like monster 
on it 

ANCIENT SEALS. 

1644 S'-NOBILIS-ANTONII-D'-VERANNO-D'- PARMA- 

SACRI • IMPERII • COMITIS- PALATINI : seal of 
Antony D'Veranno, imperial governor of Parma ; the em- 
peror seated, with the orb and sceptre, upon a gothic throne, 
between two shields, one charged with the imperial eagle, 
the other the lion of Bavaria; on one side, the governor 
upon his knees addressing the emperor, " S "MAGES " — 
size 3^ in. Fine and rare — brass 1 

1645 S' • COVET • ECCLTLE • BE • MARIE VALL' • SCI- 

GEORGII : the Virgin and Child, seated between two trees, 
upon a gothic arch ; below, St. George, upon horseback ; 
in front, figures. Very fine and rare 1 

1646 GOEFRID' • DE • HODENLOCH • COMES - ROMA- 

NIOLE : the earl, riding to the left, armed with a shield 
and pennon. Fine 1 

1647 S • SOROR - ORDINIS • SCI-ViCTORIS-TRAIECTO : 

St. Victor riding, to the right, armed with sword and shield. 
Very fine 1 



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1648 S • DER • GAMERBEN • ZV • NVYIETI • FALKEN- 

STERN: St. Georgo and dragon, in front; the princess, 
behind, shield charged with a lion. Fine and rare 1 

ROSARIES, &c. 

1649 A rosary, with black beads set with engpaved mother-o'-pearl, 

the stops of gilt sacred emblems : at the bottom is suspended 
a large Greek cross of gilt fillagree, and a small tillagree 
reliquaire above 

1650 Another, with pierced beads of white enamel divided by gilt 

embossed beads, a silver fillagree cross and silver crucifix 
suspended 

1651 One, with brown wooden beads, with cross inlaid with mother-o'- 

pearl 

1652 One, with numerous silver representations of celebrated relics : 

at the bottom is suspended a silver hearty which opens as a 
reliquaire, with a small figure of Christ in the tomb 

1653 One, of long oval beads of pink coral, and two small silver- 

gilt badges, with inscriptions 

1654 A Moorish necklace, of gilt metal, covered with blue enamel, 

and figured with arabesques, composed of beads, crescents, 
lozenges, and hands 

1655 A rosary, with black beads set with small sacred emblems 

covered with crystals, the cross in the form of a spread eagle 

WOOD CARVINGS. 

1656 Silenus, with an infant bacchanal in his arms — a beautiful 

statuette, in boxwood, on black marble plinth — 10 in. high 

1657 The Virgin crowned, holding the sceptre, the Infant standing on 

her knee — a beautiful Flemish carving, in boxwood — 8 J in. 
high 

1658 A female, a dog at her feet, in boxwood — 9 in. high 

1659 A triangular altar, with satyrs at the angles, coloured black, 

surmounted by a sphinx bearing a shield, of Venetian work 
coloured. Dated 1654 — 13|in. high 



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CURIOSITIES. 

IGGO A rosewater dish and ewer, of white German stoneware, with 
borders of female busts, fruits, and flowers in relief, coloured 
— diameter of dish, 14^ in.; height of ewer, 12:^ in. 

1661 An ewer, of German stoneware, painted with Mercury and 

Aglaura — 14 in. high 

1662 A rosewood box, inlaid with a shield of Spanish arms and 

arabesques, in ivory — 1 2 in, by Z^in. 

1663 A curious wooden casket, painted with lions on gold ground, gilt 

inside, and engraved, mounted with brass work — 8^ in. by 5 in. 

1664 A Persian mirror, in a painted case, with Persian figures on the 

top ; under the lid and bottom are subjects of the Nativity •' 
supposed to have been executed for an Armenian Christian in 
Persia 

1665 Twenty-seven small glass tablets, painted with shields of arms 

1666 Head of x^ugustus, bronze fragment 

1667 An oriental matchpot, of teakwood, encrusted with a tree, birds, 

and flowers, in mother-o'pearl and colours — 5 in. high 

1668 A two-handled rice cup, in imitation of jade 

1669 A large circular box, of tortoiseshell, engraved with the arms of 

Jamaica, 1676 

1670 A shell, mounted with a dolphin, of metal gilt, as a scent bottle 

1671 A circular ivory powder flask, with a horseman and attendants, 

with dogs, in relief, coloured 

1672 A curious horn, mounted with rims and bands of copper gilt, 

with German inscription, as a drinking cup 

1673 A leather gauntlet, the edge worked with silver; a pair of gloves, 

with ribbon ornaments ; and a worked border for a gauntlet 

1674 Two pairs of gauntlets, worked with gold and silver lace 

1675 A sconce, of brown Flemish stoneware, with two nozzles, the 

arms and cypher of Queen Elizabeth on the back 

IVORIES. 

1676 A tall dice box, engraved with Susannah and the elders, shaded 

with Indian ink, arabesques below, on metal feet — 8 in, high 



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1677 A tall goblet, flutcil, with four medallions of lions supporting 
sheaves of corn above — 8^ in. high 

p^ 1678 A small canette and (*over, with two figures of Charity ; a 
.-<" shield of arms, with inscription and date, Hamborch, 1595 — 

fi ^ 7i in. high ^ ^ '^\rii7 

1679 A circular stand, in the form of a quiver, engraved with German 

emperors and knights, and frieze of hunting subjects in 
arabesques ; containing twelve knives, the handles engraved 
with fiorures — 9 in. high 

1680 Two knives, with steel blades, engraved with notes of music and 

a Latin grace, the handles of ivory, engraved, in a leather 
case 

1681 A set of six knives, the handles of busts, crowned, in a leather 

case 

1682 A casket, of mahogany, inlaid with minute arabesques of ivory 

1683 A knife and sheath, the handle formed of groups of animals, in 

ivory 

1684 A CROZIER, the top beautifully carved of bold foliage work, 

two ivory bands on the ebony stem — 6 ft. 10 in. hiorh 
J 685 ANOTHER CROZIER, on ebony stem, the top" elaborately 
carved with infant angels bearing shields, one of them wearing 
a mitre, and cherubs' heads at the ed^es — 6ft. 4 in. hio-h 

1686 A papal staff of office, engraved with numerous small scriptural 

subjects, the oval top with portrait of a pope and shield of 
arms — 5 ft. Ih in. high 

1687 An oval medallion of a French gentleman, in a cuirass, with long 

flowing: hair 

1688 The House of Hanover — a set of five beautiful medallion busts 

of the family of George I., with the royal arras of England and 
tablet of inscription 

1689 Louis XIV. — a medallion, beautifully carved 

1690 William, Duke of Cumberland, in armour — an oval medallion, 

in high relief 

1691 A gentleman, in a flowing wig, holding a heart-shaped vase of 

fire 



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1G92 Sir Martin Frobisher, by Marchant — fine medallion, in high 
relief 

1693 An ivory crucifix, beautifully carved — the figure 10 in. high 

1694 A beautiful ivory stand for a cup, exquisitely carved with a 

figure of a triton and sea monsters, on waved saucer, sup- 
ported on three dolphins — S^ in. high. {See illustration) 

1695 St. Andrew, one arm affixed to the cross — a beautiful figure — 

13 in. high 

1696 A SUPERB CUP AND COVER, on stem, with a frieze of 

figures of Minerva, Peace, and Silenus with fauns and bac- 
chanals, in high relief, the stem formed of clusters of vine 
leaves and grapes, friezes of children with grapes round the foot 
and cover, surmounted by an infant with a tazza and grapes, 
in octagonal crystal case, on pillar — 20 in. high 

CURIOSITIES, &c. 

1697 A cofFer-shaped box, of oak, carved with foliage, and brass 

hinges 

1698 An ancient coffer, covered with plates of copper gilt, the medal- 

lions of female heads and sphinxes — 8^ in. by 6 in. 

1699 An inkstand, of copper gilt, the cover in the form of a basilica 

1700 A small iron chest, painted with two German portraits and 

flowers on the lid — 16 in. by 8^ in. 

1701 A pair of altar candlesticks, of metal gilt, on feet — 13 in. high 

1702 A pair of candlesticks, with two nozzles each, held by bronze 

figures of German soldiers — 10 in. high 

1703 A pair of matchpots, carried on the backs of German figures, 

rudely carved in w'ood 

1704 One, nearly similar, with white metal rims 

1705 An ancient coffer, of wood, with animals and scrolls in gothic 

niches, and iron movmtings — Sin. by 6-1- in. 

1706 Another, larger, with figures and animals — ll|-in. by 9 in. 

1707 A copper tankard and cover, embossed with birds in compart- 

ments 



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1708 A circular stand and cover, of copper, with frieze of figures 

dancing in relief, and animals on the lid — 8-^ in. diameter 

1709 A mortar, of bell metal, of German work, with inscription, and 

date 1545 — 6-^ in. high 
.710 Another, larger; and a pestle, with figures in relief, friezes of 
flowers, and inscription and date 151 1 — 7i in. high 

1711 A brass hand candlestick, embossed with figures; and a small 

ditto 

1712 A pilgrim's bottle, covered with cuir bouilli, with animals, 

Cupids, and foliage in relief — 11 in. high 

1713 The Magi presenting their offerings : a group of figures, in relief, 

round a circle, in white marble — 4 in. high 

1714 A brush, the handle of wood, carved with figures 

1715 A small box, covered with stamped leather, with initials P. P., 

and brass mountings 

1716 A box, covered with stamped leather, a shield of arms on the 

lid, and inscription round 

1717 A carved wood box, of early gothic work, with a cypher, and 

letters and flowers on damasked ground 

1718 A coffer, with dome top, covered with velvet, ornamented with 

medallions, pilasters, and bands, of or-moulu — 6| in. by 4^ in. 

1719 Another, of wood, covered with vellum, painted with arabesque 

designs in gothic taste — 10 J- in. by 6 in. 

1720 Another, of inlaid woods, surrounded by a frieze of figures 

carved in bone, and anotiier fiieze on the top— 8]- in. by 
5iiu. 

1721 Four purses, needlework, with silver lace and tassels; and a 

memorandum book 

1722 A grotesque head, of coloured and glazed stoneware 

1723 A broad steel knife, the haft chased with head and scrolls, gih. 

and black wood handle, in leather case 

1724 A set of four large knives, with steel blades, the handles of 

amber fluted, the tops of ivory inlaid with amber, two small 
medallions in each, in leather case 

1725 A brass candlestick, with plain stem, the base embossed with 

cupids and scrolls — 7 in. high 

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1726 A PAIR OF BEAUTIFUL Brass CANDLESTICKS, the siirfacc elabo. 

lately chased with arabesque ornaments — 7 in. high 

1727 A PAIR OF Altar Candlesticks, of Silver, embossed with 

flowers and foliage — 10^- in. high 

1728 A beautiful crucifix, the figures of boxwood, on tortoiseshell 

cross — the figure 11 in. hiofh 

1729 A steel skewer, uith screw; a pair of nippers; 2 pairs of nut- 

crackers ; and a screw 

1730 A hook-bladed steel knife, engraved, the back edge gilt, with 

mother-o'-pearl handle ; and a steel, with mot her-o' -pearl 
handle 

1731 Four barbed brass-mounted arrows, for a crossbow 

1 73'2 An almanac, in oval ])late of silver, chased with foliage 

1733 Another, in plate of silver openwork, chased with foliage 

1734 A large oval silver sconce, with branches for lights, painted with 

a female portrait in the centre, and arms above, the borders 
embossed with birds and flowers — 27 in. by 16^ in. 

1735 AN ANCIENT COFFER, on stand, covered with old figured 

cut crimson velvet, with engraved steel handles and corner 
mounts ; the top ornamented with five chased steel plaques 
partly damasquined in gold, with subjects from the Bible ; the 
front with eight subjects from sacred and profane history, 
supposed to be of Italian workmanship ; the front falls down, 
and discloses six drawers and centre recess, with separate 
lo(k; n the inner side of the fall-down front is a complete 
steel lining, engi-aved with a calendar, with rich border, dated 
1560, calculated for twenty years forward : the drawers and 
fronts have steel fronts engraved with subjects of the wise man 
and fool, &c., with Latin descriptive verses — 16 in. long, 12 in. 
wide, and r2f in. high 

1736 A MAGNIFICENT ANCIENT GERMAN SILVER- 

GILT COLLAR OF OFFICE, composed of fifteen circular 
medallions, five of them enamelled with coats of arms, the 
others with archery emblems chased in relief; the three 
central medallions surrounded with figures and masks in relief, 
and one of them surmounted by a figure of Sebastian ; a 



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crowned bird suspended below, on which is inscribed Ob. Dorp, 
—dated 1554 
1737 A curious oriental collar, formed of beads of metal gilt, with a 
locket, of butterfly form, richly enamelled on silver, hanging 
from the heads of two monsters 



End of Fourteenth Day's Sale. 



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Fifteenth Day's Sale. 



On THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1855, 

AT ONE o'clock PRECISELY. 



FAENZA. 

1738 A plate, with the subject of the shipwreck of the fleet of Se- 

loucus ; at the top, the crest of the Negro's head ; on the back, 
the description, vvitli the name, &c., of the artist (Fra Xanto), 
and date, 1532— 10 in. diameter 

1739 A Dish, of Giorgio da Gubbio Ware, with a deeply sunk 

centre, in which there is a subject of Cupid blinded : this dish 
has a fine metallic lustre glaze, with a rich border of a dark 
blue ground, with variously coloured arabesques and medallions 
of musical and other trophies, with devices; the back has 
rude scrolls of a metallic colour, and the monogram and date, 
1524 — lOgin. diameter. A most splendid specimen of this 
ware 

1740 An early Italian plate, having a dark blue ground, ornamented 

with yellow, green, and other colored arabesques, eagles, 
trophies, &c. ; the back is of light blue, with circular lines of 
orange — 10-|iii diameter — presumed date about 1520 

1741 An early Italian dish: in the centre the subject of Leda, &c., 

richly coloured, with a border of ornamental variously colored 
scrolls and arabesques ; the back is painted in light and dark 
blue, with orange colored circular lines ; in the centre, at the 
back, a mask — lOfin. diameter — presumed date about 1500 









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1848 



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1742 An early Italian dish, with crinkled or fluted edges, ornamented 

with variously coloured scrolls, &c., which are cut in or en- 
graved: in the centre is a coat of arms, which is embossed ; 
the back is engraved, and slightly coloured circular lines are 
thereon — 10 in. diameter — pres\imed date before 1500. This 
is a rare sjjecimen 

1743 An early Italian dish, of metallic lustre, being embosed, and having 

various coloured ornaments of masks and arabesques : in the 
centre a cross and I. H. S., in gothic letters, are embossed ; the 
back is highly glazed, and has brownish red lines — 9Jin. 
diameter — presumed date about 1625 

1744 An early Italian dish, with a sunk centre: in the centre a male 

portrait in costume of the time, and having quite the character 
of a head after Raflfaelle, a very beautiful border of ara- 
besques, of various colours, on an orange ground ; the back has 
white and blue circular lines — about 10 in. diameter — presumed 
date about 1510 

1745 A dish, of RafFaelle ware, in very fine colours: the subject of 

Perseus and Andromeda; on the back the description of the 
subject and inscription — 10 in. diameter 

1746 An early Italian dish, light blue ground, ornamented with yellow 

and other coloiu'S : subject, Apollo and the Muses, in a landscape ; 
the back is of a greyish blue colour, with dark blue and white 
circular lines, and mask in the centre — presumed date about 
1500 

1747 A deep plate, white, with a gold wing in the centre, and frieze of 

ivy leaves round — 9| in. diameter 

1748 A small deep plate, with leaf ornaments, green and white, on 

light blue ground — 7? in. diameter 

1749 Another, with medallion portrait of a female, and twisted border, 

orange, on deep blue ground of brilliant colours — 9| in. dia- 
meter 

1750 A dish, with the angel driving Adam and Eve Cut of paradise — 

12 in. diameter 



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1751 A dish, with Jupiter and Semele, and shield of arms, inscribed 

beneath "nella botega de M°. Gudio durantino in Urbino, 
1535" — 10 in. diameter 

1752 One, with a metamorphose from Ovid — 10 in. diameter 

1753 One, with Mneas carrying Anchises from Troy, inscribed beneath 

''Francesco Xanto Avelli da Kovigo I. Urbino Pinse, 1531" 
— 10 in. diameter 

1754 A FINE Dish, with Alexander, attended by equestrian figures, 

meeting Diogenes, blue on white ground, with blue and red 
arabesque border — 15^ in. diameter 

1755 Another, with Phoebus in his car, drawn by four white horses, 

Italian verses beneath — 10£ in. diameter — imperfect 

1756 A scalloped dish, of early ware, in imitation of malachite — 12^ in. 

diameter 

1757 A dish, with the Rape of Helen, in faint colours, blue foliage 

and cyphers beneath — 12 in. diameter 

1758 A plate, with sunk centre, blue ground, with Cupid on ahorse; 

on the edge, a Roman medallion, and two dolphins — S^in. 
diameter 

1759 Another, with sunk centre, with scrolls, blue and green, on orange 

ground — 9 in. diameter 

1760 Another, with bust of Moses in the centre, on orange ground, and 

light blue arabesques on purple ground on the border — 9i in. 
diameter 

1761 A deep plate, with light blue circles on orange ground, and in- 

scription in centre — 9^ in. diameter 

1762 A LARGE Dish, with Hannibal at the battle of Cannse; the 

subject described on the reverse — 17-1 in. diameter 

1763 A Dish, of early Gubbio Ware, with shield of arms in 

centre, gilt embossed radii towards the edge, with bosses 
between, coloui"ed blue and orange, on orange diapered ground 
— 17 in. diameter 

1764 A curious bottle, in the form of a missal, with blue and white 

scrolls on the back, inscribed " Mesalo ;" cherubs' heads on the 
sides — 5^ in. by 4 in. 



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1765 Another, lilac and orange ornaments, a cross on each side — 7 in. 

by Sin. 

1766 An Inkstand, of octagonal form, with the four Evangelists at 

the sides, and rich embossed borders of masks and scrolls, 
with two cavities for drawers ; writing implements painted in 
the tray above — dated 15'24 — extreme diameter 13 in, 

1767 A FINE Dish, with sunk centre, full coat of arms^ supported by 

cupids, with white border diapered with honeysuckles, the 
outer border with the flaying of Marsyas, Pan, and Apollo, in a 
landscape, with architecture — 16 in. diameter 

1 768 A plate, with two coats of arms and arabesques, on white ground 

— 8|in. 

1769 A plate, covered with arabesques and cameos, crest of a kind of 

harpy, with mantle and helmet, and three shields of different 
heraldic bearings — presumed date 1570 — 8| in. diameter 

1770 An early Italian dish, in blue and white scrolls, arabesques, &c., 

— presumed date 1530 — 8^ in. diameter 

1771 A dish ; banquet of the Roman people : a fine subject ; border of 

rich arabesques and cameos ; description at the back — pre- 
sumed date about 1540 — 17jin. diameter 

1772 A Dish ; the Nativity, &c. : border of arabesques and cameos, 

yellow lines at tlie back — presumed date about 1540 — 171 in. 
diameter. A fine specimen 

1773 A dish; M. Curtius leaping into the gulf: border of arabesques 

and cameos ; on the back a description, with some lines in 
yellow — presumed date about 1540 — 17 in. diameter 

1774 An early Italian dish, with ornanients of various coloured 

trophies: in the centre a cupid — presumed date about 1560 — 
8^ in. diameter 

1775 An early Italian plate, singular colours, orange ground with 

arabesque border : in the centre the presentation of Pompey's 
head ; on the back rude blue ornaments, with the date and 
mark, 1550 — about 9 in. diameter 

1776 A dish, with a battle — presumed date 1540 — 14|in. diameter 



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\777 An early Italian plate, without border: Horatius Codes defend- 
ing the bridge at the back. A. D. B. — presumed date about 
1500—101 in. diameter 

1778 A platej a battle of cavalry : on the back, rude blue ornaments, 

with the date 1554 — 9f in. diameter 

1779 A VERY Early Italian Dish, the ground being of a light 

green colour, with a battle and fortifications in various colours ; 
the back yellow, and glazed with a black mark — presumed 
date about 1490— 14i in. diameter Very curious 

1780 An early Italian plate; M. Curtius leaping into the gulf: 

border of orange colour ground, with blue and white ara- 
besques ; at the back a description, and rude ornaments in 
blue colour, with the date 1550 and mark — 9^ in. diameter 

1781 A dish, with sunk centre; an old man, Cupid, and a young 

female with, a lute ; in the centre, a coat of arms of Hercules 
and the Hon ; on the back the date 1531, and " F. X. A. R. P. 
Urbino" — 7| in. diameter 

1782 A dish, with a sunk centre: Venus and Mars in the centre, a 

coat of arms of a cardinal, with the Medici quartering of the 
balls and the negro's head in colours ; description at the back, 
with yellow lines — date about 1530 — 8 in. diameter 

1783 An early Italian dish: a female portrait in costume, in bright 

colours with inscription round — presumed date about 1510 
— Si in. diameter 

1784 An early Italian plate, in bright colours, a trophy in the centre ; 

• a curious border — presumed date about 1520 — 8 in. diameter 

1785 A RafFaelle-ware dish, with a sunk centre ; Celadon and the boar, 

&c. : bright colours; description at the back — date about 1535 
— 10 1- in. diameter 

1 786 An early Italian dish, in rich metallic lustre colours, with hollow 

flutes and embossed handsome ornaments in the centre ; papal 
arms, a tiara, eagles, and chevrons, on the back ; there are orna- 
ments all over — presumed date about 1540 — 13 in. diameter 

1787 A plate : subject the metamorphosis of Myrrha, &c. in vivid 

colours; description at the back — date about 1540— 10 in. 
diameter 



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1 788 A similar plate ; Mutius Scaevola : description at the back, with 

yellow lines — presumed date about 1540 — 13 in. diameter 

1789 An early Italian plate, with a deep centre, in metallic lustre 

colour, figures in costume of the time, buildings, &c. ; on the 
back, rude ornaments, with the date and monogram of the 
artist, 1525, which is also on the front — 7§ in. diameter 

1790 An early Italian dish, dark blue ground, a female portrait in 

costume, with inscription '• Margarita" — -date about 1510 — 8 in. 
diameter 

1791 A Raffaelle-ware plate ; Hercules carrying away the pillars : a 

coat of arms, with white cross on black ground, and an oak tree 
surmounted by a cardinal's hat and tassels ; on the back, the 
description and date, 1542 Urbi — 10 in. diameter 

1792 A similar ware dish; the rape of Europa: description at the 

back, with yellow lines — date about 1540 — 9f in. diameter 

1793 A similar plate ; a bacchante metamorphosed into trees : crest of 

a negro's head at the top ; description at the back, with date, 
1532 ; an inscription "Fra Xanto A. da Rovigo P. Urbino " 
— 10 in. diameter 

1794 A similar plate; Perseus and Andromeda: description and 

yellow lines at the back, with date 1445 — 9^ in. diameter 

1795 A plate ; Pan and Apollo: description and yellow lines at the 

back — date about 1540 — 10^ in. diameter 

1796 Another; the finding of Moses : a coat of arms of a cardinal, 

the quarterings being six balls, five red and one black, and a 
negro's head ; description at the back — date about 1.535 — 10^ 
in. diameter 

1797 A similar plate, with a sunk centre; Eriphyle betraying 

Amphiaraus : on the back, the description and date, 1531, and 
artist's signature, ** Fra Xanto A. Rovigo P. Urbino " — 
10 in. diameter 

1798 A similar dish, with a sunk centre, the subject from Ovid — a 

traveller knocking at a door ; description and yellow lines at 
the back, with the date, 1545 — 9$ in. diameter 



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1799 A Raffaelle-ware plate, with a sunk centre; the burial of 

Leucothoe : description at the back, with date, 1540, and mo- 
nogram of the artist — 10^ in. diameter 

1800 A similar plate, with a sunk centre ; Jupiter and the fallen 

Dionysius of Syracuse ; description at the back, with date and 
monogram, 1549 — 10 in. diameter 

1801 A similar plate; Tiberius Gracchus at table: a dragon appear- 

ing ; description, with yellow lines at the back, with date and 
monogram, 1540 — 10^ in. diameter 

1802 A similar plate; the Discord of Italy: the description at the 

back, with date, 1536, and inscription, " Pi" X. Rovi." — lOi 
in. diameter 

1803 A plate ; Apollo and Marsyas : description and yellow lines on 

the back — date about 1540 — lOj^ in. diameter 

1804 A similar plate, with a sunk centre : the metamorphosis of 

Acteon ; the description at the back, with the date and in- 
scription " Fra Xanto, Rovigo T. Urbino," 1533 — lO-i in. dia- 
meter 

1805 A similar plate, the subject Acteon, differently treated — pre- 

sumed date about 1540 — 10^ in. diameter 

1806 A similar plate, with sunk centre ; Circe and Scylla : description 

at the back — date about 1540 — 10 J in. diameter 

1807 A plate ; Medea renewing the youth of .^son — date about 1540 

— 8^ in. diameter 

1808 An early Italian Plate, of a fine and rare character, with a 

sunk centre, in which there is an Italian landscape, with a 
diapered border, with figures playing on viols on it; the back 
ornamented in blue and orange colours, with the mark in 
orange — date about 1500 — llgin. diameter 

1809 A RafFaelle-ware plate, with sunk centre, Apollo, Minerva, Mer- 

cury, &c. in a landscape, with buildings ; a rich coat of arms 
and a coronet at the top ; the description, with yellow lines at 
the back — date about 1535 — 10|- in. diameter 

1810 A dish, with sunk centre. Mars, Vulcan and Venus — date 

about 1 535— diameter, \\\ in. diameter 



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1811 Another; subject a ferry: and a female, with a chalice in her 

hand, in the boat, with other figures, yellow lines at the back — 
date about 1540 — about 12 in. diameter 

1812 Another, with a foot; Dido, Ascanius, &c. : an interesting ar- 

chitectural representation of the time of the dish, a full coat of 
arms at the top — date about 1532 — 10^ in. diameter 

1813 A plate, of bold design; Galatea — date about 1540 — 11 in. 

diameter 

1814 Another; Cain and Abel : yellow lines at the back — date about 

1540 — 10|in. diameter 

1815 A similar plate; marine deities and sea view : a coat of arms on 

the right hand side, on the back the description, and yellow 
lines — date about 1540 — lO^in. diameter 

1816 An early Italian Plate, in metallic lustre; Jupiter and 

Dionysius of Syracuse in chains : a coat of arms on the left 
hand side, the centre curiously ornamented with dots, the 
back rudely ornamented, and has the mark, date, and in- 
scription, N. 1535, F. X, R., in black — lOlin. diameter. A 
curious specimen 

1817 A similar plate ; the rape of Europa . the subject curiously treated 

in metallic colours; on the back rude ornaments, with date 1533, 
description, mark, &c., in blue colour, "Urbino" — lOJin. 
diameter 

1818 Another, in metallic lustre colours ; Romulus, Remus, and the 

wolf: the back rudely ornamented — date about 1530 — 10^ in. 
diameter 

1819 Another, in similar colours; Perseus and Andromeda; back 

rudely ornamented — 10 in. diameter 

1820 A similar plate, in metallic lustre colours; a woodman cutting a 

tree, in which a dryad appears ; back rudely ornamented, and 
dated 1533 — 9 in. diameter 

1821 A similar plate, in similar colours; Brutus Portia : on the back 

rude ornaments, with description, dated 1535, mark in black — 
9| in. diameter 

1822 A dish, of a fluted form ; a fete charapetre, with cavaliers and 

ladies : Apollo in his car in the heavens ; description and 



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yellow lines at the back — date about 1545 — 13iin. dia- . 
meter 

1823 A similar dish : Pallas, the Furies, &c., description and yellow 

lines at the back^-date about 1540 — 13|in. diameter 

1824 A Dish of splendid character : a cameo of Charity in the centre, 

and cameo of Faith and Hope, and rich coloured borders of 
emblematical figures, angels, &c., yellow lines at the back — 
presumed date about 1545 — 18 in. diameter 

1825 A RafFaelle-ware dish, of the fluted form : the fall of Jericho, 

with the procession of the ark, at the back the description and 
yellow lines — presumed date 1540 — 13;^ in. diameter 

1826 A similar dish of similar form: Galatea, the description and 

yellow lines at the back — presumed date about 1540 — 13;| in. 
diameter 

1827 A tazza-shaped cup and cover, of Raffaelle ware, highly em- 

bellished, with centre classical figures and arabesque ornaments, 
the foot and outside ornamented with arabesques and camei ; 
on the inside of the cover is a cupid, and on the outside a 
figure, seated, and two naked boys, with arabesqiie borders — 
height 4g in., diameter 7^ in. 

1828 A two-handled vase, of early Italian ware, covered with metallic 

lustre ornaments — presumed date about 1490 — height 9^ in., 
diameter 5i in. 

1829 A Vase, with spout and handle ; the spout formed of a dragon's 

head, intended for pharmacy use, having an inscription with 
the name of the drug ; a subject of three females, naked, on 
orange coloured ground, two of them being crowned, and the 
third lying between them — presumed date about 1540 — height 
9^ in., width 9gin. 

1830 A jar, at the bottom a mark A, designed for pharmacy, with an 

inscription as to its contents, with variously coloured orna- 
ments, and at the bottom armorial bearings of three geese, 
with a trefoil bar between them — dated at the back 1580 — 
height 8 in., diameter 4| in. 

1831 Two jugs, with handles, highly glazed with bright green, blue, 

and white ornaments — height 10 fin., diameter 7i in. 



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1832 A Vase of karly Italian Ware, with spout and handles, 

originally intended for pharmacy, having the name of the drug 
inscribed round it, with yellow ornaments and shields of arms 
of two lions rampant, and eagles and medallions of negroes' 
heads — date 1502 — height 10^ in., diameter 7 in, 

1833 A Vase, of similar Ware, orange coloured ground, with 

variously coloured ornaments; inscription round relating to 
the drug ; a negro's head in medallion in front, with the same 
devices as in the last — dated 1501 — height nearly 11 in., 
diameter 7^ in. 

1834 A Vase, with Handle, probably of French ware, open in the 

centre, with the figure of a cock, in relief, and embossed orna- 
ments round the top, variously coloured with marine views in 
blue — dale 1751, curiously formed in open cut work round the 
neck — height 10^ in., diameter "j^ in. 

1835 A Vase, of early Italian Ware, with double handles, in 

metallic lustre colour, with ornaments and scrolls in blue, 
white, and drab —presumed date 1502 — height 78 in., diameter 
6iin. 

1836 A large jug, with handle, of early Italian ware, with rich scrolls, 

of various colours, on a blue ground, having a large circular 
medallion, in blue and white, of atrophy and masks — presumed 
date about 1520 — 15^ in. high, 14in. diameter 

1837 A large Jug, with handle and spout, of early ware, brown colour, 

highly glazed, with rude ornaments in relief, of pale yellowish 
drab colour, of masks and heads; above the spout is a tablet, 
with a griffon — presumed date 1495 — height nearly 13 in., 
width from spout to handle 10 in. 

1838 A dish, of early ware, with sunk centre, ornaments embossed and 

raised in metallic lustre, with enrichments in blue; in the 
centre a shield of arms; the back is ornamented with scrolls, 
&c., in metallic lustre — presumed date about 1520 — 18 in. 
diameter 

1839 A dish, of the same ware, with embossed ribs and knobs, in me- 

tallic lustre; in the centre, a lion in white, on the metallic 



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ground, with white stars; the back ornamented like the two 
preceding — presumed date 1520 — nearly 18 in. diameter 

1840 A dish, of the same ware, ornamented with leaves, in metallic 

lustre, and blue colours: in the centre a shield of arms, being 
a lion rampant ; on the back a large spread eagle, and scrolls 
in metallic lustre — presume4 date 1510 — 17^iti. diameter 

1841 A LARGE ROUND BoTTLE or Vase, highly coloured, with orna- 

ments of scrolls, chimserae and arabesques, foliage and masks ; 
two heraldic bearings, encircled by wreaths and devices; in 
one tablet is inscribed, " Ne la Botaga d'Sebastiano d'Mar- 
forio," and on the other "A. di xi. de Octobri fece, 1519 ;" at 
the bottom rim, "In Castel Dura" — 15^ in. high, 12^ in. 
diameter 

1842 A SIMILAR Bottle, but having no date or place inscribed on it 

1843 A round vase, highly coloured, with scrolls, flowers, and me- 

dallions of figures, in costume of the time, indicative of sports 
of the field — presumed date about 1510 — about 12| in. high, 
121 in- diameter 

1844 A nearly similar vase, but bearing the medallions, with heads 

and emblematical figures, Justitia and Dio, &c. 

1845 A TALL Jar, having a large oval medallion of a combat of war- 

riors, in classical costume, encircled by a rich border ; at the 
bottom a negro's head, with a green fillet round the hair, and 
at the top of the border a pontifical cypher; on the back is the 
date, 1501 — 1^^ in. high, 10 in. diameter. {^See illustration) 

1846 A Massive Jug, of early Italian ware, highly ornamented in 

bright colours, with foliage, rich heraldic bearings of the 
Medici arms and quarterings of fleurs-de-lys, surmounted by 
the papal tiara and keys, red cross, &c. ; under the handle a 
double Y — presumed date 1520 — height nearly 19 in., diameter 
1 2-^ in . ( See illustration) 

1847 An early Italian dish, the border of dark blue, relieved by various 

coloured arabesque ornaments, with the letters S. P. Q. R. in 
different parts : in the centre a landscape, and a naked boy 
falling from a tree, his head downwards; the back is much 



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ornamented by blue escallops and red dots, and has a mark in 
red — presumed date about 1525 — 9i in. diameter 

1848 A Plate, of the most rare and interesting character, 

in very strong colours : the subject believed to be Raffaelle 
himself and the Fornarina seated in the studio of an artist, 
who is occupied in painting a plate ; the costume of the artist 
and of the visitors is strictly that of the time, and the whole 
details most curious as illustrating the habits of the day, the 
superior grade of the artist, and the care devoted to the 
painting of Raffaelle-ware ; blue and orange, circular lines on 
the back~9^ in. diameter. From Stowe. (See illustration) 

1849 An early Italian dish, with sunk centre, of the kind commonly 

called Pesaro ware, rich orange colour border, with blue and 
white arabesque ornaments : in the centre, and within an or- 
namented diapered border, are painted the Virgin praying, 
and two cherubs ; the back is highly ornamented with blue and 
yellow scrolls, and the initials I. P. in dark blue — presumed 
date about 1520 — 8| in. diameter 

1850 A Dish, with sunk centre, in metallic lustre colours; subject, 

Cephalus and Procris : on the back are metallic colour or- 
naments, and in blue colour the description of subject, and date 
1533, and inscription of " Fra Xanto Rovigense P. Urbino''; 
also, in faint yellow a mark — 11 1 in. diameter. A fine specimen 

1851 An early Italian dish, with sunk centre, in metallic lustre colours : 

in the centre a naked boy against a tree ; border of a dark 
blue ground, relieved by rich metallic coloured arabesque 
ornaments — presumed date 1510 — 9:^ in. diameter 

1852 An early Italian plate, in metallic lustre colours, variegated 

border; a bust, with helmet in the centre, circular lines on 
the back — presumed date about 1520 — about 9 in. diameter 

1853 A FINE Jug, of early ware, with an heraldic device of stags' 

horns, on blue ground, in green border, with yellow fruits; the 
back with blue flower ornaments : under the broad handle, 
which is composed of five stalks, is the date, 1541 — 13^ in. 
high ; about 1 1 in. diameter 



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1854 A FINE Dish, with a shield of arms surmounted by a papal 

tiara and keys, the border with arabesques in blue, on yellow 
ground — 19i in. diameter 

1855 A Dish, with large oval shield of the Medici arms, one of the 

balls with three fleurs-de-lys on blue, with blue and orange 
borders — 20^ in. diameter 



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Sixteenth Day's Sale. 



On FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1855, 

AT ONB o'clock PRKCISELY. 



FAENZA. 

1856 An early Italian dish, with sunk centre, on wliicli is a vas3 with 

boys, and rich border of cupids, birds, and arabesques, within a 
^ white diapered edge — presumed date about 1520 — about 9 in. 

diameter 

1857 A plate, with Abraham praying, and three angels ; on the back 

" Atmmo," and date 1545 — 9|^in. diameter 

1858 A plate — subject of Neptune with a castle, &c. ; on the back the 

description, and date 1544 — 9^ in. diameter 

1859 An early Italian dish, in metallic lustre colours, with embossed 

oval ornaments round, and red strawberries embossed between 
the ornaments; in the centre an infant St. John, &c. in 
relief; lines round the back — presumed date about 1520 — 
9t in. diameter 

1860 A dish, of similar character, with ornaments in relief, of straw'- 

berries, leaves, &c. : in the centre, in relief, St. Sebastian ; on 
the back an outline, in blue, of a female bust, in Italian costume 
— presumed date about 1520 — nearly 9^ in. diameter 

1861 An early Italian fluted dish, with ornaments of various coloured 

foliage, with the Virgin in the centre; back of like character — 
presumed date about 1530 — 11 in. diameter 

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1862 A similar dish, in character; in tlie centre a saint — presumed 

date about 1530 — 11 in, diameter 

1863 A plate, with a banquet with tritcns attendmg ; on the back the 

description, with blue and yellow lines — presumed date about 
1550 — 11^ in. diameter 

1864 An early Italian dish^ light blue ground, much ornamented with 

green wreaths, and white, dark blue, yellow, &c. ornaments : 
in the centre a coat of arms, five balls with fleur-de-lys and 
three crescents, perhaps the Medici arms ; the back is orna- 
mented with rude dark blue scrolls, &c., and has a mark in 
dark blue — presumed date about 1540 — 15^ in. diameter 

1865 An early Italian plate : in the centre, a man in singular costume, 

playing on the guitar ; a beautiful border, in bright colours, of 
rich arabesques, cupids, masks, musical instruments, and 
S. P. Q. R. ; on the back, dark blue foliage ornaments — pre- 
sumed date about 1525 — 8|^ in. diameter 

1866 A dish, dark blue ground, with grey and white musical trophies, 

horses' heads. Sic. ; the back having dark blue ornaments, on a 
grey ground, rudely painted — the date, 1555, and mark in dark 
blue on the back — nearly 13 in. diameter 

1867 An early Italian plate, with military trophies, in yellow and brown 

colour, on a dark blue ground : in the centre a cupid — pre- 
sumed date about 1540 — 8| in. diameter 

1868 A dish, of Raflfaelle ware : a banquet of four guests, a sunset, and 

a female flying ; a inan in a helmet holding a scroll, on which 
the date 1556 appears; on the back are yellow lines — 13 in. 
diameter 

1869 An early Italian Plate, or Dish, in metallic lustre colours, 
, very rich ornaments in colours, masks, arabesques, &c. ; on 

the back rude metallic coloured scrolls — presumed date about 
1530 — 1 1 in. diameter. A fine specimen 

1870 An early Italian dish, with a sunk centre: Cupid holding a book, 

border of drab-coloured trophies and books, on a dark blue 
ground, with a device — presumed date about 1540 — 9^ in. 
diameter 



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1871 All early Italian plato, dark blue ground, with centre and border 
of musical trophies, &c. in various colours, richly decorated ; 
back ot light blue, with rude dark blue ornaments and mark — 
presumed date about 1530 — 9| in. diameter 

18/2 An early Italian dish, very curious : a centaur and armed men 
attacking and slaying others, and plundering, in colours, on a 
dark blue ground, a coat of arms at the top ; the back orna- 
mented in colours, and having a mark and date 1525 — 11^ in. 
diameter 

1873 An early Italian dish, the ground curiously spotted in blue: a 

man bareheaded, in a classical costume, bearing a two lianded 
sword, with boys, arabesques, &c., coloured ornaments on the 
back, and a mark in red — presumed date 1520 — 9 |.in, 
diameter 

1874 An early Italian dish, with a sunk centre, in metallic lustre 

colours : in the centre a coat of arms, consisting of a pig passant, 
black in colour, with yellow band round the body, bars below, 
yellow, straw-coloured, and black-coloured scroll border — 
presumed date about 1530 

1875 An early Italian dish : in the centre figures with tambourine, &c., 

richly coloured border of arabesques, heads, &c., on a dark 
blue ground ; on the back circular blue lines — presumed date 
about 1 520 — 8 in. diameter 

1876 An early Italian plate: in the centre a man bareheaded, in 

classical costume, but with a shield of the Pavoise form, and 
dagger, &c., in a landscape ; a most beautiful border of rich 
coloured arabesques on a dark blue ground ; on the back yellow 
and blue circular lines, with the mark — date about 1520 — 
I2iin. diameter 

1877 An Early Italian Dish, with very fine landscape; a satyr 

playing on a pipe to a female in childbirth under a tree ; the 
back curiously ornamented in various colours — presumed date 
1500 — 13 in. diameter A most curious plate 

1878 A Plate, in rich metallic lustre colours; dark blue ground, 

with various coloured arabesques — dated in several places 

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1518; the back ornamented in metallic colours, and with the 
same date — 11a in. diameter A most curious specimen 

1879 An early Italian dish, having a figure in high relief, embossed 

in metallic lustre colours, of a saint with a cross and dog, 
&c. ; on back metallic lustre lines — presumed date 1500 — 
6| in. diameter 

1880 An early Italian plate, dark blue ground, with male and female 

heads, in costume of the time, within wreathed circles, trophies, 
animals, birds, &c,, in various colours ; at the top the initials 
MAIM — presumed date about 1500 — 9^ in. diameter. 
This is a very curious and interesting speeimen 
J 881 An early Italian dish, with a sunk centre, light blue ground, with 
green and other coloured wreaths round a military trophy : 
in the centre dark blue and white ornaments ; on the back, which 
is of licrht blue, there are rude scrolls in dark blue with a mark 
— presumed date about 1540 — 9^ in. diameter 

1882 An early Italian plate ; green ground, with arabesque and bold 

chymerae ornaments of a drab colour — the date in front on a 
tablet 1533— 10 in. diameter 

1883 An early Italian plate, in metallic lustre colours, having ara- 

besque ornaments and armorial bearings of a tree and two 
lions ; metallic lines on the back — date about 1510 

1884 An early Italian plate, in metallic lustre colours, dark blue 

ground, with arabesques: in the centre a coat of arms; on 
the back rude metaUic scrolls and the date 1531 — 9| in. 
diameter 

1885 An early Italian plate : in the centre an old man in a turban 

reading, with a curious ornamented border ; the outer border 
is dark blue, with light blue, white, and arabesque ornaments; 
the back is of light blue, with rude ornaments in dark blue and 
the mark — date 1525 on the tablet in front — 9|in. diameter 
18S6 An early Italian plate, of a dark blue ground, borders with light 
blue and white arabesque ornaments : in the centre a coat of 
arms in colours on light blue, &c. ground ; the back is of light 
blue, with rude ornaments and mark in dark blue — presumed 
date about 1520 — 9f in. diameter 



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1887 An early Italian dish, with a naked boy in the centre, a border 

of blue, green, and yellow foliage — presumed date 1520 — 7 in. 
diameter 

1888 An early Italian dish, dark blue border, with light blue and 

white arabesque ornaments in the sunk centre, and coat of 
arms in colours within an ornamented circle ; the back of 
light blue, with rude dark blue ornaments and mark — presumed 
date about 1520 — Q^in. diameter 

1889 An early Italian dish, with a sunk centre, cupids in a grotesque 

car within a diapered border ; the outer border of dark blue, 
with rich arabesques and medallions ; blue lines round the back 
— presumed date about 1520 — 9^ in. diameter 

1890 An early Italian dish, with sunk centre, rich colours, a man 

angling, arabesque border, with landscapes in medallions ; 
on the back blue, yellow, and orange lines^presumed date 
about 1520 — 9f in. diameter 

1891 An- early Italian dish, with a sunk centre, border of orange 

coloured ground, with military trophies in blue and white; 
in the centre St. Genevieve and the deer ; back ornamented 
in various colours — date about 1520 — 9|in. diameter 

1892 An early Italian dish, in metallic lustre colours, border of dark 

blue, with rich coloured arabesque ornaments : in the centre 
a device ; on the back ornaments in metallic lustre, and date 
1518 — 9^iu. diameter 

1893 An early Italian dish, with a sunk centre, curious vari-coloured 

border, and on which are two coats of arms tied by a ribbon, 
with a coronet between : in the sunk centre a coloured star, 
with diaper pattern round ; the back much ornamented with 
rude dark blue ornaments — presumed date about 1518 — 94 in. 
diameter 

1894 A VERY Early and Rare Italian Dish, ornaments cut in 

the ware, figures in costume of the time, male and female ; 
the man holding a Pavoise shield, on which the Milanese or 
Visconti arms are represented 5 the female playing on a viol, 
near her a shield with armorial bearings : the ornaments in 
this dish are engraved in the ware itself, so as to appenr to be 



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in relief, and are curiously coloured — presumed date about, 
1490 — 15i in. diameter. A fine specimen of a very rare and 
interesting loare 

1895 An Early Italian Dish, with a sunk centre in metallic 

colours, with raised or embossed ornaments : Mutius Scoevola 
in the centre ; the border composed of raised and metallic 
lustre coloured arabesques ; back ornamented with metallic 
lines — presumed date about 1500 — 17 in. diameter. A very 
fine and rare specimen 

1896 A Dish, with Hero and Leander, singularly treated; on 

the back a description and inscription "F. Xanto a da Rovigo 
Urbino, 1532" — 10-^ in. diameter. A very beautiful spe- 
cimen 

1897 An early Italian plate, border of dark blue, with light blue and 

white arabesque ornaments : in the cenfre a youth in costume, 
in colours, within an ornamented Joorder ; light blue back, with 
dark blue circular lines with a mark — presumed date about 
1530 — S)\ in. diameter 

1898 xA similar plate ; in the centre an old man in a turban, &c. ; on 

the back the date 1533 and a mark — 9|in. diameter 

1899 A dish, in fine colours; the siege of the city of Aries ; description 

at the back — presumed date about 1535 — 14f in. diameter 

1900 An Early Spanish Mauro Dish, of a most rare and interest- 

ing character, ornaments in metallic lustre colours ; one of 
these ornaments partakes much of the character of the 
Moorish ornaments in the Alhambra, &c, ; in the centre a doe 
in blue colour ; round the border of the dish is a Spanish 
inscription in gothic letters ; rude ornaments on the back — 
presumed date 1480 — 15^ in. diameter 

1901 An early Italian plate, with a sunk centre in metallic lustre 

colours, a naked boy seated by a tree, a death's head, &c., 
border of trophies — presumed date about 1535 — Sj in. diameter 
11(02 A dish, with the wooden horse and Troy : deep centre to dish; 
on the back yellow lines — presumed date about 1535 — IGgin. 
diameter 



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1903 An Italian dish, in blue and white, ornamented with masks and 

various figures of cupids, and with winged figures embossed in 
relief; in the centre a coat of arms, with a front barred helmet 
above ; the back white, with rude blue scrolls and a mark — 
presumed date about 1640 — 18 in. diameter 

1904 A dish, with a sunk centre; Joseph and Potiphar's wife; the 

back has yellow lines — presumed date about 1550 — 9^ in. 
diameter 

1905 An Italian dish, in blue and white, warriors, tents, females, &c. ; 

at the top a coat of arms, rude blue scrolls on the back, and a 
faint blue mark — presumed date about 1650 — 15| in. diameter 

1906 A dish, with a sunk centre ; Jupiter and Europa : on the back a 

description with a blue mark — presumed date about 1540 — 
8|- in. diameter 

1907 A dish, with a sunk centre ; the Deluge : on the back the de- 

scription — presumed date about 1535 — 8^ in. diameter 

1908 A plate : in the centre a naked boy, on an orange coloured 

ground ; military and musical trophies and wreath round — 
presumed date about 1557 — 7^ in. diameter 

1909 A Dish, with an assembly of deities on Olympus ; the back 

ornamented with a subject of Minerva and Medusa, vith a 
border of cupids and camei — presumed date about 1550 — 
1 5-1 in. diameter. A curious specimen 

1910 A Dish : in the centre a coat of arms of the La Scala family, 

within a diapered pattern on the border round an Italian 
landscape, with the subject of Apollo and Marsyas — presumed 
date about 1640 — 16| in. diameter. A beautiful specimen 

1911 A plate; Myrrha flying from her father, in singularly light 

colours ; on the back a description in blue, with rude yellow 
scrolls and edge lines, a mark and date 1548 in yellow — 
104 in. diameter 

1912 An early Italian dish, fluted pattern, blue, yellow, green, and 

white foliage, arabesques, &c. : in the centre a youthful 
St. John kneeling, with a coat of arms, blue and yellow lines on 
back — presumed date about 1530 — lO^in. diameter 



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1913 An early Italian dish, in metallic lustre colours, with a sunk 

centre, various coloured ornaments embossed in relief: in the 
centre a head of St. Peter on a dark blue ground ; metallic 
lines on the back — date about 1520 — 6 in. diameter 

1914 An early Italian dish, fluted pattern; Mutius Scsevola burning 

his hand, &c. : ornaments of boys drawing bows, &c. ; on the 
back blue lines in the flutes and mark — presumed date about 
1530 — 9|- in. diameter 

1915 A dish, with a sunk centre; Europa and the bull, &c. : on the 

back the description and yellow lines — presumed date about 
1510— 7f in. diameter 

1916 A dish, with Latona, &c. ; on the back description and date 

1543 — 8f in. diameter 

1917 A dish, with sunk centre ; the metamorphosis of Act aeon : a coat 

of arms at the top; on the back a description and yellow lines 
— presumed date about 1545 — Zg in. diameter 

1918 A Raffaelle-ware dish; Pan and Syrinx: on the back a de- 

scription and yellow lines — presumed date about 1540 — 8^ in. 
diameter 

1919 An early Italian dish, in blue and white, with figures and tro- 

phies, &c. ; on the back blue ornaments — presumed date about 
1550 — 18 in. diameter 

1920 A tazza-shaped dish, on a foot ; Coriolanus's interview with his 

mother, and description in full on the back, and date 1544 — 
lOi in, diameter 

1921 An Italian dish, in blue and white, painted in a bold style, armed 

horsemen, &c. ; a coat of arms, with yellow colour, introduced 
at the bottom of the dish ; at the back a blue mark — presumed 
date about 1600 — 15^ in. diameter 

1922 A plate; Cato, Ascanius, Dido, &c. at Carthage: description on 

the back, with yellow lines — actual date 1545 — % in. dia- 
meter 

1923 An Italian dish, fluted or crinkled, on a foot; subject saints, &c. 

and angels' heads ; on the back, ornaments in blue and yellow, 
and inscription " Mad. Doiiat. aDona do" — date about 1560 — 
1 i I in. diameter 



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1924 A plate, with the Rape of Europa; on the back a description 
and yellow lines — presumed date about 1545 — 9i in. dia- 
meter. 

]9!25 A dish, with a sunk centre ; JSIoses and the murrain of the cattle ; 
on tlie back a description and mark — presumed date about 
1545 — 9 in. diameter 

1926 An early Italian Dish, inmetallic lustre colours 3 the Judg- 

ment of Paris, with rich border ; on the back rude ornaments 
in metallic colour, also the mark and cypher of the artist 
(Maestro Georgio) — date 1525 — 15| in. diameter. This is a 
very rare and interesting specimen, being the identical dish 
mentioned and. particularly described by Abbate Passeri 

1927 A plate, of Raffaelle ware^ with a sunk centre ; a boar hunt ; on 

the back a description, with the date of 1544 and marks — 
9| in. diameter 

1928 A plate, of Raffaelle ware; David and Goliath ; description on 

the back — date 1545 — 8|. in. diameter 

1929 A dish, with a sunk centre; Hercules and Dejanira ; on the back 

a description and yellow lines — presumed date about 1540-«' 
7-1 in. diameter 

1930 A plate; Leda, and the birth of Castor and Pollux; on the back 

a description and yellow lines — presumed date about 1535 — 
^\ in. diameter 

1931 A plate, with Jupiter and Leda; on the back a description and 

yellow lines — presumed date about 1540 — 10^ in. diameter 

1932 A Basin, of early Italian Ware, on foot, tazza-shaped, 

painted all over : within are the papal tiara, armorial bearings, 
&c., the Medici arms, five red balls and one dark blue ball, 
with the fleur-de-lys, also there are medallions of devices and 
mottos ; within the basin, arabesques, angels, &c. On the 
exterior there are angels supporting coats of arms, with ara- 
besque ornaments, &c. — presumed date about 1530 — 14 in, 
diameter, depth to foot 83 in. A rare and nohle specimen. 
This is placed in an antique Italian steel stand, having three 
carved boxwood figures of satyrs at the angles 



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1933 A picture, of early Italian Faenza, representing the Virgin, infant 

Saviour, and St. John, with saints, buildings, &c., in landscape, 
&c. ; four medallion circles round, of St. Francis, &c., ara- 
besque ornaments in purple, light blue, and white : curious 
colours — inablack frame — presumed date about 1520 — 16^ in. 
high, 13 in. wide 

1934 A picture, of the same ware: the Virgin, infant Christ, and 

offerings of the three kings, &c., very curiously coloured, in a 
tortoiseshell frame — dated 1527 — 17 in. high, 13 in. wide 

1935 A Picture, in Raffaelle Ware, the subject being the cru- 

cifixion ; very fine and rare : many figures in bright colours, 
in a curious embossed porcelain frame, with a shield of 
armorial bearings at the top — presumed date about 1540 — 
16 in. high, 12 in. wide 

1936 A RafFaelle-ware dish; subject, Hannibal at Cannse; description 

at the back — presumed date about 1540 — 17^ in. diameter 

1937 A ditto, subject being Psyche's dream, finely treated: said to be 

one of the lost cartoons of Raffaelle ; beautifully drawn and 
coloured ; at the back there are inscribed two stanzas of Italian 
poetry, and there are also handsome ornaments in dark blue — 
presumed date about 1535 — 17^ in. diameter 

1938 A MOST SUPERB Dish, in vivid colours; a full subject of Pom- 

pey and Cleopatra, with cupids, &c. : on the left side there is 
a full coat of armorial bearings, surmounted by a coronet ; at 
the back of the dish there is a description of ttie subject, and 
date 1533, and '' Fra Xanto A. da Rovigo P. Urbino" — 18 in. 
diameter 

1939 A dish, of Nevers ware, dark blue ground, with white and drab 

coloured flowers and birds, &c.; on the back blue and white 
flowers- — presumed date 1600 — 10^ in. diameter 

1940 A dish, of early Italian ware, light blue ground, with variously 

coloured ornaments of flowers, &c. : in the centre a camel; the 
back of the dish is of light blue, with dark blue ornaments — 
presumed date about J 540 — about 11 J in. diameter 

1941 A dish, of early Italian ware, of a light greyish blue ground, with 

scrolls of blue round the border: within the centre, which is 



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sunk, a coat of arms ; on the back there are scrolls round the 
centre, and a mark x in blue colour — presumed date about 
1550 — 104 in. diameter 

1942 A dish, of early Italian ware, with a sunk centre, having green, 

buff, white, and drab scrolls, arabesques, and masks, &c. — 
presumed date about 1535 — near 10 in. diameter 

1943 A plate or dish, of Raffaelle ware, with sunk centre ; subject, three 

Graces at the fountain : on the left side there is a coat of arms — 
presumed date about 1540 — lljin. diameter 

1944 A dish, of early Italian ware, of yellow drab coloured ground in 

metallic lustre, with blue and white scallop ornaments : in the 
centre the portrait of a female, in the costume of the time ; the 
back is highly glazed, and ornamented with circular lines in 
metallic colour, in centre of the back a mark — presumed date 
about 1520 or 1530 — 12iin. diameter 

1945 A plate, of Raffaelle ware, the subject, the murder of Abel by 

Cain, altars, &c. : on the back is a description, but no date — 
presumed date about 1540 — 11 in. diameter 

1946 A small Italian dish, with a deeply sunk centre, in metallic lustre 

colours, of the kind commonly called Gubbio ware : in the centre 
is a representation of St. Sebastian ; it has a rich dark blue 
ground border with metallic lustre, and other coloured arabesque 
ornaments, the initials S. P. Q. R., and the date 1512 are in 
front ; behind the dish there are highly glazed and metallic 
scrolls and lines, with the date 1512, and the artist's cypher — 
7g in. diameter 

1947 A deep plate, with St. John in the island of Patmos, inscribed 

beneath with the subject — 10^ in. diameter 

1948 A plate, with Mars, Venus, and Cupid, inscribed — 9 in. diameter 

1949 A deep plate, with griffin in the centre, the border with ter- 

minal figures and arabesques on deep blue — inscribed on the 
back '^ P. Incha Agricola" — 11 in. diameter 

1950 A plate, with tritons and sea nymphs, shaded in metallic lustre, 

with ornaments on the bottom, and initials of '' Maestro 
■ Giorgio, 1525" — Sin. diameter 

1951 A TAZZA-SHAPED DiSH, with the Holy Family reposing in a 

landscape, the outside pale blue with scales — 8jin. diameter 



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1952 Another (the foot having been cut oft), with a warrior pleading 

before an emperor on behalf of prisoners — scale border 
beneath — 10 in. diameter 

1953 Another, with the judgment of Solomon, and inscription, with 

blue and white ornaments outside — 9| in. diameter 

1954 An elegant Salt Cellar, supported on three chymerse, a 

cupid painted on the top — 5^ in. high 

1955 An elegant Tazza and Stand, of early ware, fluted and 

embossed, white, with minute ornaments in metallic lustre — 
the tazza 7^ in. bighj the dish lOf in. diameter 

1956 An elegantly shaped Vase, of a shell form, spout like an 

embossed dolphin, with paintings of figures on a dark blue 
ground within the shell — presumed date about 1 540 — 8^ in. 
long, 3 in. high 

1957 A tazza, or bowl, of early Italian ware, with paintings of St. 

John, Sec, and various coloured ornaments within — presumed 
date^about 1520 — between 4 and 5 in. high, 10 in. diameter 

1958 A Basin, of Raffaelle Ware, ornamented all over with 

paintings in bright colours, classical figures and subjects within 
the basin, and landscapes on the outside, a fine mask at the 
bottom — presumed date about 1540 — the depth of the basin to 
the foot is 61 in. — 12 in. diameter. This basin is placed 
in an antique steel Italian stand, which is ornamentally scrolled 

1959 An elegant Salt Cellar Vase, painted with arabesques and 

camei, with embossed goat's head handles — presumed date 
about 1560 — 10 in. long, 6i in. high 

1960 A pair of candlesticks, on broad round bases, painted with cupids 

and landscapes — presumed date about 1550 — 6i in. high — 
6| in. diameter of base 

1961 An ornament of a lion passant, holding a shield, on which are 

emblazoned the Medicis arms ; on ornamental pedestal of the 
same ware — presumed date 1550 — IS^in. long, 10 in. high 

1962 A Vase, of Tazza shape, on fluted stem, painted in bright 

colours, with a female in her accouchement, attended by her 
maids, with wreath border and naked boys — presumed date 
about 1535 — 5 in. high, 7 2 in. diameter 



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1963 An Italian ware drinking vessel, in the form of a barrel, having 

two orifices, with embossed ornaments of variously coloured 
foliage ; at one end is inscribed '* Vin Nero," and at the other 
'' Vin Bianco," and at the bottom '' Oleanio Azeto" — the date 
cut in is 1522 — 5^ in. high, by 7f in. long 

1964 A lazza, having holes perforated round the rim, and four hollow 

tube ends, painted in bright colours, with figures in costume of 
the time, enorascd in the vintage within the hollow centre, and 
landscapes round the exterior — presumed date about 1540 — 
2\ in. high, 8^ in. diameter 

1965 A deep dish, of early ware, with light buff coloured ground, or- 

naments in green and yellow colours: in the centre is the device 
of a large bear, or other animal passant, carrying a flag — pre- 
sumed date 1500 — 20^ in. diameter 

1966 A dish, of the same ware, of raetaUic lustre, with ornaments in 

yellow and blue : in the sunk centre, a large female portrait in 
Italian costume, with a banderolle and inscription " Chi beguie 
da sua Barcha ESEP. EIPT. Ro., &c."— presumed date 
about 1520 — 16-i-in. diameter 

1967 A dish, of the same ware, with ornaments and leaves in metallic 

lustre colour, covering the entire front : in the centre on a black 
ground, armorial bearings ; on the back a large spread eagle, 
in metallic lustre colour, covering the whole surface — presumed 
date about 1500 — 18 in. diameter 

1968 A dish, of the same ware, with sunk centre, blue ground, with 

yellow and green scrolls and foliage : in the centre a figiu'e of 
Justice, &c. ; on the back are circular blue lines, and a mark 
A. — presumed date 1520 — 18^ in. diameter 

1969 A dish, of early ware, ornamented with metallic lustre and blue 

foliacfe : in the centre a shield of arms ; the back has or- 
naments in metallic lustre — presumed date about 1500 — 18^ in. 
diameter 

1970 A dish, of early ware, with coloured ornaments of metallic lustre, 

similar to the preceding : in the centre a shield of arms in blue, 
on white ground, believed to be of the Concini family of 
Florence — presumed date 1520 



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1971 A plate, with the choice of Parir. in the sunk centre; subject de- 

scribed on the back — dated 1544 — 10:^ in. diameter 

1972 A flat plate, with sunk centre, a nymph reclining, with Hght 

border, diapered with honeysuckles 

1973 A plate, with figures praying for the success of their voyage, 

cherubs in the clouds ; the subject described at the back — 
lOfin, diameter 

1974 A plate, with Cain and Abel ; a shield of arms on the border — 

lOj in. diameter 

1975 A scalloped tazza, on foot, with Joseph receiving his brethren, 

with architectural background ; arms on the outside, and de- 
scription of the subject — 10 in. diameter 

1976 A plate, with the wife of Amphiaraus killed by her son, in bril- 

liant colours, with a shield bearing a negro's head; inscribed 
with the subject, and signed " Fra Xanto da Rovigo Urbino, 
1532"— 9| in. diameter 

1977 A Dish, of early ware, white flowers, in metallic gold lustre; 

a shield of arms in centre, and inscription in rude characters 
in lines round the edge — 15 in. diameter 

1978 A Tazza-shaped Dish, with Mercury and Aglaura, Neptune 

and Vulcan ; on the back the initials of Maestro Georgio, and 
date 1534 — 1 If in. diameter 

1979 Another, with Picus and Circe, the subject described on the 

foot, Fatto in Pesaro — lOiin. diameter 

1980 A BEAUTIFUL DisH, with large female portrait in yellow and 

other colours, on green ground ; S. A. L., and other initials at 
the side, and blue and white arabesque border — 20 in. dia- 
meter 

1981 A pair of bottles, of Nevers ware, light blue, spirally fluted with 

dark blue flowers — 12 in. liigfli 

1982 A VERY CURIOUS Dish, of early French ware, with a lady and 

two cavaliers, one of them playing the guitar, on orange 
ground, with green festoons of leaves, and border of crossed 
bands, brown, orange, and green — 20^ in. diameter 

1983 A small dish, of early ware, with four figures in a landscape, 

faint colours on light blue ground — 8 in, diameter 



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1984 Another, of similar ware, with Christ and the woman of Samaria, 

inscribed " Da. Mi. Chi." — 7| in. diameter 

1985 A plate, with shield of arms in centre, and scroll border, with 

acorns, orange on purple ground — 9 in. diameter 

1986 A deep plate, with hands crossed in the centre, the border with 

minute ornaments in oval medalUons, blue and orange — 9^ in. 
diameter 

1986a A deep dish, with a mask supporting a basket of fruit, and sur- 
rounded by fruits in colours; on the bottom is an interesting 
slight sketch of a female figure, in blue — 18 in. diameter 

19866 A two-handled vase, with inscription and arabesques, on yellow 
ground — 7^ in. high 

1986c A very fine dish of curious early ware, a lady and gentleman in 
the centre, surrounded by arabesques and cupids on festoons 
of foliage, the design slightly raised, on buff ground — 20 in. 
diameter 

l9S6d A beautiful globular two-handled vase, with masks, festoons, 
and trophies, in grey, on deep blue ground — 12 in. high 

1986(? A fluted dish, with ornaments in metallic lustre, a shield of 
arms on the raised centre 



End of Sixieenih Day's Sale, 



Seventeenth Day's Sale. 
On SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1855, 

AT ONE o'clock PRECISELY. 



Fi\ENZA. 

1987 A deep plate, with the combat of the Horatii and Curiatii ; a 

town in the background — llj in. diameter 

1988 A dish, with a lady, and peasants bringing birds to her in a 

garden, near a chateau — 14^ in. diameter 

1989 A dish, with two horsemen leaving a gateway, a spearman and a 

man carrying a child before them ; arabesque border of blue 
and white — 16 in. diameter 

1990 A deep dish, of early ware, with a male portrait of the period in 

the centre, and border of flowers and scales — 1 5 in. diameter 
J991 A deep dish, with Latona and other figures, inscribed with the 
subject beneath — lOf in. diameter 

1992 A small deep dish, with a shield in centre, inscribed S. P. Q. R., 

1535; on purple ground, and white diapered border — 8j in. 
diameter 

1993 Another, with shield of arms in centre, and arabesque border in 

brown, on blue ground — 8f in. diameter 

1994 A plate, white ground, with two shields of arabesques and colours 

— 9 in. diameter 

1995 A plate, deep blue, with arabesques in buff; dated 1529 — im- 

perfect — 8i in. diameter 




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1996 Another, with musical trophies, on blue ground — dated 1555 — 

10^ in. diameter 

1997 A tazza-shaped dish, with figures leading an aged man, in a 

landscape — 10| in. diaineter 

1998 Another, with the death of Achilles ; inscribed with the subject 

beneath — 10^ in. diameter 

1999 A deep plate, with two figures, three shields of arms, and a view 

of a tovvn ; inscribed at the back 1534, F. Athanasius, B.M. — 
9:jin. diameter 

2000 A plate, white, with two shields of arms and arabesques, after 

G. da Udine, in colours — 9 in. diameter 

2001 Another, with Polyphemus and Galatea; a coat of arms above, 

inscribed I. A., with a dolphin — 9 in. diameter 

2002 A plate, white, with two shields of arms and arabesques, in colours 

2003 A tazza-shaped dish, on foot, with Artemesia burning the body of 

her deceased husband; the subject inscribed at the back-^ 
presumed date about 1540 — lOfin. diameter 

2004 An early Italian dish, tazza-shaped, on foot, with Mutius Scsevola, 

the armour and costume of the period of the dish ; blue and red 
ornaments on the back — presumed date about 1530 — 10 in. 
diameter 

2005 A plate ; Acteeon, &c. : on the back a description — presumed 

date about 1540 — 10|. in. diameter 
2C06 A dish, tazza shape, on a foot : a female killing a man, two 
Cupids leaving, &c. — presumed date about 1540 — 10^ in. 
diameter 

2007 A similar dish; Cadmus and the dragon: on the back the 

description — presumed date about 1540 — 9f in. ciiameter 

2008 A plate: Glaucus and Scylla; description on the back, wilh 

yellow lines — dated 1545 — 9|in. diameter 

2009 An early Italian plate, with portrait of a female in the costume 

of the period, border of a rich coloured escallop pattern ; the back 
has rude ornaments in blue, and a mark — presumed date about 
1520— 10^ in. diameter 

2010 A dish ; Diogenes addressing warriors, &c. : description and date, 

1548, on back — Tii in. diameter 



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201 1 A dish ; the wooden horse, Troy, &c. : yellow lines and description 

on the back — presumed date 1545 — 12| in. diameter 

2012 A similar dish ; warriors, boys, &c. : yellow lines and description 

at the back — presumed date about 1548 — 11-| in. diameter 

2013 An early Italian dish: in the centre a portrait of a female, in a 

hood mantle, with inscription " Sura Fiore." The colours are 
ia a kind of metallic lustre and blue ground, with ornaments 
of foliage, &c. ; metallic lines and a mark at the back — pre- 
sumed date about 1520 — 13 in. diameter 

2014 A plate; Pyramus and Thisbe : heraldic bearings at the top, of 

Hercules and lion within shield ; description on the back, with 
the date of 1531, and " Fra Xanto, A. Ro., T. Urbino, p." — 
10 in. diameter 

2015 A dish, tazza-shaped. on a foot: armed horsemen, a child trodden 

under foot on the ground, a female coming out of a gate, with 
a full coat of arms in a wreathed circle at the top ; a motto, 
"Nee spe nee metu," at the bottom — presumed date about 
1535 — lOj in. diameter 

2016 A similar dish : death of the children of Tsiobe ; description and 

date 1545 at the back — lOfin. diameter 

2017 A similar dish: Dido and Ascaniu.-, &c. : on the back, date 

1526, and "la Castel Durante" — 11 in. diameter 

2018 A plate ; the metamoi'phose of Cycnus into a swan, by Neptune : 

description on the back — date presumed about 1540 — 10| in. 
diameter 

2019 A similar dish ; Perseus and Andromeda, &c. : description on 

the back — presumed date about 1545 — 10-|-in. diameter 

2020 An early Italian dish, in metallic lustre colours ; a child coming 

out of the trunk of a tree, females present; rude scrolls on the 
back, \v\\\\ date 1533 — 10^ in. diameter 

2021 A dish, on a foot; a car and four white horses, Cupid, &c. : 

on the back some Italian verses as to the power of love, with 
yellow lines — presumed da^e about 1540 — 10|in. diameter 

2022 An early Italian dish, in metallic lustre; Hercules, Nessus, 

Dojc^neira. &c. : on the back rude scroll ornaments with a 
mark — presumed date about 1520 — llgin. diameter 



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2023 A dish, cavaliers and females at a table in costume of the time, 

with music : yellow lines on the back — presumed date about 
1545 — llf in, diameter 

2024 An early Italian plate, of a very curious character ; Actseon and 

Diana, &c. in a fine Italian landscape : the subject curiously 
treated,vvith a prevalence of blue colour — presumed date about 
— 11^ in. diameter 

2025 A dish, on foot ; xA polio ami Marsyas ; yellow lines at the back — 

presumed date about 1540 — 10 in. diameter 

2026 A similar dish, of the crinkled pattern ; subject the Laocoon : on 

the back a description with yellow lines — presumed date about 
1540 — lO^in. diameter 

2027 A dish, on a foot ; the Holy Family in an interior of the time of 

the dish ; yellow lines on the back — presumed date about 1560 
— ]0| in. diameter 

2028 A similar plate, in fine colours ; the death of Alcyone : a coat of 

arms surmounted by a cross, with five blue balls or circles ; 
on the back a descri» tion, with the date 1535 and "F X" — 
9| in. diameter 

2029 A similar plate ; ^acus and cattle, &c. : on the back a descrip- 

tion and yellow lines — presumed date about 1545 — 10^ in, 
diameter 

2030 A dish, with a sunk centre, a fortified city and bridge, &c. — date 

about 1540 — 10^ in. diameter 
203! A similar dish ; a dragon issuing from blood, satyrs, &c. : 
description on the back — presumed date about 1540 — 10 in, 
diameter 

2032 An early Italian dish, on a foot, in metallic lustre colours ; Time 

with his scythe, and a female fallen from a horse, of very rude 
execution, rough ornaments on the back, with date 1539 — 
9| in, diameter 

2033 A plate, with a nymph reclining, and diapered border of light 

colour — 10 in. diameter 

2034 A similar plate ; Arethusa and Alpheus, Cupid, &c. : description 

at the back — presumed date about 1535 — 10|in, diameter 

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2035 A similar plate; Picus and Circe: description on the back, 
with date 1535 and mark — 10 in. diameter 

'2036 A Raffaelle-ware dish : a landscape^ village, and a covered carriage 
of the time with horses, a coat of arms at the top, yellow lines 
at the back — presumed date about 1550 — 15^ in. diameter 

2037 An early Italian dish, light blue and white ornaments : in the 

centre a coat of arms in colours, dark purple border, with light 
blue and white arabesques, masks, &c.; on the baek purple 
ornaments on a light blue ground, and mark — presumed date 
about 1550 — 14i in. diameter 

2038 An early Italian dish ; Abraham and Isaac : border of blue and 

white masks and arabesques, on an orange coloured ground — 
presumed date about 1530 — 14|-in. diameter 

2039 A Ruffaelle-ware dish ; Phalaris attacked by his subjects : de- 

scription and yellow lines at the back — presumed date about 
1545 — 15| in. diameter 

2040 A Raffaelle-ware dish, with a sunk centre, a boar hunt, figures 

in the costume of the time ; yellow lines on the back — presumed 
date about 1560 — 10§ in. diameter 

2041 A Raffaelle-ware dish, on a foot ; Andromeda, &c.: description at 

the bark — presumed date about 1540 — 9^ in. diameter 

2042 A similar dish ; Apollo and Argus : rude purple scrolls and 

description, &c. " fato in pesaro " on the back — presumed date 
about 1535 — 10^ in. diameter 

2043 A similar dish ; David and Goliath : on the back a description — 

presumed date about 1540 — 9| in. diameter 

2044 A dish on a foot ; Tiberius receiving tri'oute, &c. : description on 

the back, on the back the mark in purple — date about 1540 
— 10^ in. diameter 

2045 A similar dish ; a Deity in the heavens slaying with arrows an 

armed host : on the right side a crest, coat of arms, and motto 
near the edge — presumed date about 1535 — 9 J in. diameter 

2046 A dish, with a sunk centre ; Vulcan and Venus : description and 

yellow lines on the back — presumed date about 1535 — 7|^ in. 
diameter 



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2047 A dish on a foot, subject the building of a palace, workmen on 

scaffolding, &c. — presumed date about 1535 — lOg in. diameter 

2048 A dish, with a sunk centre ; Hercules killing the dragon : descrip- 

tion and yellow lines at the back — presumed date about 1535 
— 7i'\n. diameter 

2049 A similar dish ; a full coat of arms and motto " Nee spe nee 

metu " in the centre, divers figures on the borders, and 
another coat of arms on the borders on the left side ; yellow 
lines at the back — presumed date about 1530 — 10:^ in. 
diameter 

2050 A similar dish, with the same coat of arms and a tablet of 

musical nofes below them, the same motto in another part ; 
a handsome border of figures in the costume of the time with 
a four-horse car, &c. above ; yellow lines on the back — pre- 
sumed date about 1535 — 10-^ in. diameter 

2051 An early Italian dish, with a sunk centre in metallic lustre colours : 

in the centre a coat of arms of a porcupine on a shield, rude 
figures and landscape on the border, rude ornaments with the 
date 1522 and monogram on the back — 10 in. diameter 

2052 A similar dish; Cupid, &c. and Acteon metamorphosed — on the 

back the date 1524 and monogram — lOg in. diameter 

2053 A dish on a foot, of a fluted pattern ; a hawking party in costume 

of the time : yellow lines on the back — presumed date about 
1560 — 11 in. diameter 

2054 A dish : in the centre two large coats of arms and crests, figures on 

the border ; rude yellow and blue lines at the back — presumed 
date 1550 — 11-^ in. diameter 

2055 A dish, on a foot; the deaih of Portia: description, with the date 

1541, and monogram on the back — 10^ in. diameter 

2056 A dish, river god, and metamorphose of Daphne^ &c, — presumed 

date about 1540 — JO^in. diameter 

2057 A similar dish, on a foot ; a boar hunt — presumed date about 

1545 — 10^ in. diameter 

2058 An Italian ware dish, the colours of which are singular ; Polyphe- 

mus and Galatea : on the back yellow lines, w ith the date 1564, 
and '' + a padon" — 10|in. diameter 



182. 

2059 A plate ; the metamorphosis of Echo into a rock : description at 

the back — presumed date about 1535 — lOj in. diameter 

2060 An early Italian dish, with a sunk centre ; a boy flying a bird : 

border of purple ground, with drab coloured trophies and in- 
scription — date about 1550 — 9| in. diameter 

2061 An early Italian dish; Cupid riding a goose in the centre : border 

of rich arabesques, masks, trophies, &c., and S, P. Q. R. ; on 
the back rude blue ornaments — presumed date about 1520 — 
8^ in. diameter 

2062 An early Italian dish, with a sunk centre; Cupid playing on a pipe 

in the centre, encircled by a rich border, diaper d round ; the 
outer border of orange colour, with richly coloured ornaments 
of birds and devices — presumed date about 1535 — 7|- in. 
diameter 

2063 A dish, of a fine character : Mars and Venus in the centre, sur- 

rounded by bold arabesques and camei ; yellow lines on the 
back — presumed date about 1550 — 19^^ in. diameter 

2064 A similar dish : boss, in the centre Venus and Cupid, in blue 

grisaille, rows of arabesques and cameo medallions; on the 
back a medallion of a horse and its rider, with ornamental 
borders— presumed date about 1550 — 16 in. diameter 

2065 A dish: Curtius on horseback, with other figures; a city in the 

background ; yellow lines on the back — date about 1540 — 
12^ in. diameter 

2066 An early Italian Plate, blue ground, with yellow scrolls em- 

bossed in relief, and oak leaves and acorns : in the centre a 
small circular medallion of a classical male bust, within a 
green wreath — presumed datp about 1520 — 9| in, diameter. 
A rare specimen 

2067 A RafFaelle-ware dish ; Neptune in a car in the heavens : yellow 

lines at the back — presumed date about 1540 — 12^ in. diameter 

2068 An early Italian dish, with a sunk centre : the outer border of a 

purple colour, with light blue, &c. ornaments ; a cupid on the 
yellow ground in the centre, within a coloured border ; the back 
of a light blue ground, with purple lines and mark — date 
about 1 520 — 9^ in. diameter 



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2069 An early Italian Plate, of a species of stone ware, wiih a 

border of curiously coloured foliage and spotted ground ; in the 
centre two hearts, &c. pierced with arrows, within a coloured 
wreath, and the motto '' En Piu " — presumed date aliout 1500 
— 1 1| in. ch'atneter, A rare and curious specimen 

2070 An early Italiyn plate, of the Pesaro fabric: in the centre St. 

Bartholomew; the border of a rich orange ground, with coloured 
arabesque ornaments ; the back ornamented with the scale 
pattern, and having I P in the centre — date about 152U — 
104 in. diameter 



WARE OF THE FABRIC OF BERNARD PALISSY. 

2071 An oval dish, on a foot; Abraham and Isaac, &c. : with a rich 

border — 12iin. by 10^ in. 

2072 A circular dish, on a foot : Perseus, Andromeda, &c. — 10 in. 

diameter 

2073 A circular dish, perforated with masks, &c. — 8^ in. diameter 

2074 An oval dish, on a foot, with a rich border : a king on his throne, 

with females, &c. — 9i in. by 7-^ in. 

2075 An oval dish, on a foot, having five hollow pools, with ornamented 

borders, and figures of cupids in relief — 13 in. by J Of in. 

2076 A Circular Dish, on a foot : a lizard in the centre, and a very 

rich border — 12:^ in. diameter. A very fine specimen 
'2Q77 An oval dish on a foot, with a rich border : Pomona in a garden, 

with buildings — 13 in. by lOiin. 
2078 A benitier, of a species of ware somewhat similar to Delft, with 

coloured figures of the dead Christ and the Virgin, in relief, 

and other ornaments — dated 1620 — 14^ in. high, 9 in. wide 



FAENZA — contijiued. 

2079 A vase, of Raffaelle ware, with handle, and dragon's head spout, 
intended for pharmacy, with rude ornaments and heads of old 
men — presumed date 1540 — 9^ in. high, 9| in. wide 



184 

2080 A jar, for pharmacy, with i inscription as to its contents, variously 

coloured ornaments, and heraldic device of geese at the bottom, 
dated 1580 — 8 in. high, 4|-in. diameter 

2081 A salt cellar, of Ratlaelle ware, of triangular form, on dolphin's 

head and f^^et, painted with rich ornaments of cupids and 
negroes' heads — dated 1532 — 2| in. high, 6 in. long 

2082 A large bottle, of Raffaelle ware, intended for pharmacy, having 
* an inscription of its contents, embellished in various colours 

with the subject of an old man kissing a young female — pre- 
sumed date about 1540 — 17^ in. high, 8-i- in. diameter 

2083 A similar bottle, of the same ware, having a subject of an old 

man in rich costume ; the pendant to the preceding — 184 in. 
high, 9-^ in. diameter 

2084 A plate, with Cupid supporting a shield bearing the Imperial 

double eagle, the border purple, with arabesques in white — 
9^ in. diameter 

2085 A TAZZA-SHAPED DiSH, deep blue, with ten cupids supporting 

banners, a vase between them, and arabesques above, of very 
vivid colours — dated 1520 — iO in. diameter 

2086 A DKEP Plate, with Christ rising from the tomb in the centre, 

arabesque border on deep blue ground of very rich colours — 
71 in. diameter 

2087 A CURIOUS Jug, with spout formed of a lion rampant, holding a 

shield, inscribed I. H., 1576, the surface covered with trophies 
in light brown and yellow — 8 in. high 
20&8 A BEAUTIFUL TWO-HANDLED Vase, deep blue, with arabesques 
and trophies in pale brown and white — 12^ in. high 

2089 A PILGRIM-SHAPED BoTTLE, with blue and white flowers and 

arabesques, and two shields, with lions rampant holding roses — 
121 in. high 

2090 A jug, with lip, white, with flower ornaments in blue and yellow 

—7* in. high 
2001 An ELEGANT JuG, with triple lip, and snake handle, white 

ground, with arabesques in colours — 7 in. high 
2092 A Pilgrfm's Bottle, with handles ornamented with embossed 

and coloured arabesques, medallions and masks; a device of a 



185 

flame, with the motto " A relet oeternum" — presumed date 
about 1550 — 13gin. high, 10 in. wide 

2093 A Pilgrim's Bottle, with embossed ornaments highly coloured, 

and masks at the side, with subjects of classical deities— pre- 
sumed date about 1540 — 14.j in. high, 11^ in, wide 

2094 A pair of circular two-handled vases, with covers, ornamented 

with snakes and masks and various coloured trophies, and a 
subject of Galatea ; they were intended for pharmacy, having 
an inscription of their to itents — presumed date about 1570 — 
Sgin. high, 8i in. diameter 

2095 A vase, with spout and liandie, intended for pharmacy, with 

inscription of its contents, ornamented with trophies in various 
colours on blue ground, Galatea on the handle, on yellow 
ground — dated 1577 — 8 in. high, 6^ in. diameter 
2090 A similar vase 

2097 A pilgrim's bottle, with ornaments of various colours, shields of 

arms at the sides— dated 1573 — 12^ in. high 

2098 A Pilgrim's Bottle, with covered top, embossed snake 

handles, with subjects of Perseus and Anfiromeda, and a shield 
of arms — presumed date about 1545 — 14 in. high, by 8 in. wide 

2099 A pilgrim's bottle, similar in form and ornaments to the pre- 

ceding, with Silenus and bacchanal boys, and vintage scenes — 
presumed date about 1540 — 14 in. high, 12 in. wide 

2100 A FLAT-SIDED PILGRIM'S BOTTLE, with cover, with 

snake handle, embellished with arabesque ornaments, camei, 
and subjects of Hercules and the centaur, and an equestrian 
combat — presumed date about 1540 — 125in. high, 11 in. wide. 
(See illustration) 

2101 A Pair of beautiful Vases, with lions' heads and mask 

handles, and old or-moulu mounts ; they are brilliantly painted 
with subjects of Neptune and Galatea — presumed date about 
1540 — 12^ in. high, 7^ in. diameter 

2102 A VASE, OF THE LATER RAFFAELLE WARE, of 

curious but elegant form : the top much embossed and or- 
namented, the vase decorated with snakes, dolphins' heads, and 
arabesques, in colours — dated 1630 — 13i in. high, 6^ in. wide 



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2103 A SPLENDID Vase, with elegant handle, ornamented with a 

sphynx and masks, and painted in bright colours with the 
brazen serpent, &c. — presumed date about 1550 — 15 in. high, 
5Jin. diameter 

2104 A BEAUTIFUL Vase, the handle and lip of elegant design, 

painted in vivid colours with the subject of a metamorphosis 
— presumed date about 1535 — -ll-i-in. high, Gin. diameter 

2105 A Dish, with Danae and Perseus embarking in a boat, brilliant 

colours — 16 in. diameter 

2106 A FINE Dish, with Pan playing on the pipes, two figures 

kneeling bearing shields, with beautiful border of arabesques 
after G. da Udine — it has been mended — 16^ in. diameter 

2107 A deep plate, with a trophy and arabesques, in light blue and 

white, on purple ground — 9^ in. diameter 

2108 A plate, with a figure of Fortitude, on orange ground, and flowered 

border, in scale compartments — 8^ in. diameter 

2109 A VERY CURIOUS Plate: in the centre is Cupid in a chariot, 

the border, with children on a dolphin's head, scrolls, and sea- 
ports, the figures raised, in orange colour on blue ground — 
1 1 in. diameter 

2110 A deep plate, with a mask, arabesques, and cornucopise, in rich 

colours, on metallic lastre ground — 11 in. diameter 

2111 A VERY curious Dish, of early ware, probably French, with 

cupids climbing a tree and riding on griffins, and border of 
foliage ; a large stag, and female medallion, and other or- 
naments on the bottom : the design indented and coloured brown 
and green — 15^ in. diameter 

DELFT, &c. 

2112 A globular jug, with flowers in blue, and openwork neck — 6 in. 

high 

2113 A chalice and cover, on stem, with two shields of arms, and ara- 

besque borders — 12 in. high 



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2J14 A curious lUsh, with a female shooting arrows at St. Sebastian; 
a chalice, and two hearts between them, blue and white — 
16 in. high 

2115 A green glazed flagon, mounted, with lid and bands of metal 

gilt— 81 in. 

2116 Another, nearly similar 

2117 A Globular Teapot, and Covkr, of black Bottclier warej 

mounted, with engraved rims, and surmounted by a cock of 
silver 

2118 A curious flat Globular Bottle, of early French ware, with 

cupids and vines, white, on blue ground, a seated cupid, in 
relief, seen through the open centre, the neck pierced — 12^ in. 
high 

2119 An early Dish, of an oval form, embossed in relief, with 

hollow ovals, figure of a recumbent Venus, with naked boys ; 
in front the arms of Westminster, &c., and I. C. E., and date 
of 1659 — oval, 18j in. by 15-^ in. A rare specimen 

2120 An early English dish, of coarse ware: a whole-length of 

Charles 11. crowned, and with sceptre in his hand, under an 
arch, pillars, &c., and dated 1668 — J3 in. diameter 



Rnd of Seventeenth Day's Sale 



Eighteenth Day's Sale. 



On MONDAY, MARCH 26, 1855, 



AT ONE O CLOCK PRECISELY. 



ARMOUR. 

SWORDS AND DAGGERS. 

2121 Two swords, with brass pommels, one with swept hilt, the other 

with pierced shell gviard 

2122 A long straight sword, with beaded hilt and cup guard ; the 

broad blade is engraved " Gio. Knegt in Solingen" 

2123 A long rapier, with cup guard, the blade waved and engraved 

" Andrie Brabendei in Solingen" 

2124 Two daggers, with convex plate guards, one having a hollow for 

the thumb 

2125 Two coutels, with ornamented pommels, the guard of one chased 

with a medallion, and Andrea Ferrara blade 

2126 Two long straight swords, with barred guards, the blade of one 

engraved " Valentin me fecit" 

2127 Two others, one with embossed basket hilt, the other with a shell 

guard 

2128 A powerful sword, with perforated shell guard; and a plain rapier, 

with cup guard and Solingen blade 

2129 A very long narrow pointed rapier, with fluted pommel, the 

circular shell guard flat and large, and straight cross guard 
and fluted ebony grip 




2451 



189 

2130 Another, with fluted pommel, gilt, the round cup guard flat and 

perforated, and straight cross guard 

2131 A large sword, with ridged blade and square pommel, and a plain 

shell guard — 1490 

2132 Another, cross hilled, with pear-shaped pommel, the broad blade 

is engraved " No mi salves sin rason — No mi embaines sin 
honor" 

2133 A large sword, the hilt of Maltese-cross shape, upon the blade is 

engraved the Crucifixion and hunting subjects^ and a long 
inscription — 1560 

2134 A large sword, with very broad blade, the cross guard curved 

downwards, and ribbed steel pommel ; the blade has had an 
inscription — about 1480 to 1500 

2135 A two-handed sword, with scalloped pommel and twisted hilt; 

the blade is scrolled near the guard 

2136 Another, very fine, with scrolled cross guard, engraved with 

heads, the pommel hexagonal and embossed; the original 
velvet grip, and part of the scabbard 

2137 Another, with large cross guard hilt, of openwork, and engraved 

with heads of animals; the blade has the date 1573, and a 
later inscription on the pommel 

2138 A large and powerful sword, with straight cross guard, and 

beaded ring under the wooden grip, covered with the original 
leather, with cut steel pommel ; the broad blade is engraved 
—1480 

2139 A long practising sword, with straight cross guard and plain 

pommel; the blade has the maker's marks upon it — 1500 

2140 A two-handed sword, with waved blade, engraved scroll cross 

guard, and octagonal pommel ; on the blade is engraved 
"Stantlep"— about 1560 

2141 Another, with plain cross guard and pommels — about 1560 

2142 Another, with straight blade and cross guard, and chased pommel, 

with the original leather to the grip, steel straps and nails — 
1490 

2143 A Spanish rapier, the cup and guard perforated, and steel pom- 

mels ; and a dagger, with double curved hilt and fluted shell 



190 

2144 A fine Spanish rapier, with pierced cup, chased with birds, and 
» swept hilt ; the pommel is chased with birds 

2145 A powerful long sword, with swept hilt and steel pommel 

2146 A fine long rapier, with swept hilt and pommel, on the blade is 

engraved, in an oval, '' Castione;'' and a dagger, with pierced 
shell, and the figure of an animal 

2147 A long sword, with swept hilt and fluted pommel; and a dagger, 

with cross guard hilt, and ring for the thumb 

2148 Another, with an engraved shell hilt, twisted and ornamented, 

with inscription, and armoury marks on the blade 

2149 A powerful thrusting sword, with spear-shaped point, curved and 

engraved cross guard, and fluted pommel 

2150 A long sword, with swept basket hilt, engraved in six divisions, 

and pierced steel pommel ; the blade is inscribed 

2151 A long rapier, with five-barred swept hilt, and shell guard and 

large oval pommel, on the blade are tlie letters I.H.S. re- 
peated ; and a dagger, with carved cross guard and thumb 
ring 

2152 Another, with pierced cup, with swept hilt and cross guard, and 

embossed pommel, the blade inscribed ; and a dagger, with 
pierced shell guard chased with scrolls 

2153 Another, the cup pierced and chased in eight compartments, 

chased swept Jiilt and pommel, the blade is inscribed ; and a 
dagger, with cross guard hilt and thumb ring 

2154 Another, with five-barred swept hilt, pierced shell, embossed 

with lions' heads, the pommel cut in zig-zag 

2155 Another, very long, the cup pierced and chased Avith birds, and 

with a hook for the girdle, carved cross guard and fluted 
pommel 

2156 Another, with si\-barred swept hilt, and shell embossed with 

masks 

2157 A sword, with swept hilt straight cross guard and flattened 

pommel, embossed with silver and partly gilt. A fine 
specimen 



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DAGGERS. 

2158 A dagger, with bronze handle formed as a terminal figure of 

a boy 

2159 One, with broad blade, the cross guard chased with masks, the 

metal openwork sheath chased with the subject of the death 
of Virginia ; it has places for a knife and fork 

2160 Another, the blade partly gilt, the handle of ivory, carved with 

Venus and Cupid 

2161 Another, the hilt and steel mountings to the sheath chased with 

arabesques and gilt 

2162 Another, with the death of Virginia engraved in the sheath, 

which contains a knife and "ork — date 1563 

2163 One, with engraved ivory handle f^ud silver-mounted sheath 

2164 A curious hunting knife, with a smaller in the sheath ; and a 

dagger, with engraved blade 

2165 A dagger, with pierced blade ; and a knife, with carved handle 

2166 A daofcyer, with curious engraved blade, and ivory handle carved 

with a female figure 

2167 Two rapier daggers, one of them with a pierced blade 

2168 Another, the steei hilt chased with a coat of arms and trophies, 

the blade pierced 

2169 A dagger, with steel chased hilt, the four-edged blade pierced 
21/0 Two, with four-edged blades 

HALBERDS, &c. 

2171 A halberd, with very long blade, pierced and engraved, with a 

circle of six steel heads at the socket 

2172 Two glaives, the blades pierced and engraved with coats of arms, 

one inscribed with the date 1578 

2173 A glaive, with three hooks at the back of the blade, which has 

been engraved ; and a pole-axe 

2174 A halberd, with pierced blade engraved all over, with spike 

ends ; and a powerful partisan, engraved and inlaid with gold 

2175 A pair of halberds, with long pike ends, engraved with the arms 

of Saxony and the date 1604 



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2176 Two halberds, witli pierced blades ornamented with brass 

chasings of Judith and other subjects; they have had circlets 
of heads, the staff of one is curiously ornamented 

2177 A bill, with "W. Hood " stamped on the blade; and a glaive, 

enoraved with armorial bt'arings, and inscribed " xMargarita 
Duchessa d' Austria " 

2178 A partisan; and a bill, with engraved blade 

2179 A halberd, with double blade ; and one, with pierced and chased 

blade , 

2180 A large glaive, engraved with figures and a coat of arms, and 

inscribed " Comunitas Rumani ; " and a large halberd, 
engraved with arms 

2181 A bridle cutter : this curious specimen has a perforated blade, 

and engraved with knights on horseback, and the date 
1582 

2182 A linstock, the steel part chased and terminating in a snake 

2183 Another, with spear at the end, ornamented with masks; and a 

matchlock rest 

2184 A matchlock rest, the steel part pierced and chased, the stock 

inlaid with mother-o' -pearl and ivory 

2185 A small halberd, with chased blade, with a coat of arms supported 

by two eagles ; and on the other side, " F. Ill " 

2186 A staff, containing a three-bladed spear, to be thrown out with a 

jerk 

2187 Two battle-axes 

2188 A plain battle-axe; and a horseman's hammer, with engraved 

head 

2189 A horseman's hammer, with spikes, the blade inlaid with gold ; 

and one other 



HORSE TRAPPINGS, AND RIDING EQUIPMENTS. 

2190 A pair of steel stirrups, with barred toes ; and a curious spike spur 

2191 A pair of gilt stirrups, the sides boldly chased with figures in 

Italian taste 



193 

2192 A pair of brass stirrups, chased with mythological figures and 

lions' masks 

2193 A pair of steel shoe stirrups, of openwork, ornamented with fleur- 

de-lys 

2194 A pair of curious iron stirrups, of openwork, which have been 

gilt 

2195 An iron stirrup, covered with small silver studs ; and a spur, with 

very long spikes 
219G Two spurs, nearly similar, with very large rowels working between 
scrolls, the bands of openwork, and engraved 

2197 A pair of spurs, with open rowels, embossed with silver 

2198 Two spurs, of different patterns, embossed with flowers, in 

silver 

2199 A pair of spurs, with blunt rowels, embossed with masks, &c., in 

silver 

2200 Another pair, with small rowels, the shafts of openwork, partly 

gilt 

2201 Another pair, partly gilt ; and a single one, enamelled in colours 

— broken 

2202 Another pair, embossed with figures in silver, partly gilt 

2203 Another pair, with very large spiked rowels, and the original 

steel chains 

2204 Another pair, embossed with figures and masks in silver, with 

openwork rowels 

2205 A plain steel pair, with large star-shaped rowels 

2206 A large spur, with spiked rowel ; and one other 

2207 A pair of small spurs, embossed with silver; and two others; one 

with inscription 

2208 A pair, engraved all over with foliage, and partly gilt 

2209 A pair, of steel openwork, with spike rowels 

2210 A very large bit, chased with animals in openwork, and sur- 

mounted by crowns 

2211 Another, of curious form, with openwork sides 

2212 A large and fine chanfron, fluted 

2213 A piece, for a horse's nose, of openwork steel, with lions and 

spread eagles 

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GUNS. 

2214 A wheel-lock rifle : the stock with case for charges, is inlaid with 

steel, with animals, and in the front two portraits and other 
subjects ; the lock is embossed and chased in high relief 

2215 A wheel-lock pea rifle, inlaid with animals in mother-o'- pearl and 

ivory, with the case for charges ; the barrel and lock are of 
blue steel, engraved and giU — about 1570 

2216 A wheel-lock rifle, the stock inlaid with scrolls in steel, and with 

case for charges ; the lock is engraved with the figure of a 
female; on the barrel is "Hans Ruhr Coburgk, 1648'** 

2217 Another, shorter, the stock inlaid with ivory, with sportsmen and 

animals, and with case for charges, and a German inscription 
and date 1585; on the butt is an animal carved in ivory; 
the lock engraved with hunting subjects 

2218 Another, the stock carved and mounted with engraved metal, has 

the case for charges ; the lock chased with combats, and has 
the name Christophe Jos. Frey, in Minchen — about 1690 

2219 A beautiful French fowling piece, for the left hand: the barrel of 

blued steel, gilt and ornamented ; the lock and steel mount- 
ings are chased and partly gilt; on the stock, near the 
breach, are a ducal coronet and shield of arms — temp. Louis 
XVI. 

PISTOLS. 

2220 A pair of wheel-lock pistols, 2 ft. 3 in. long, the butts and stocks 

are ornamentally carved, the locks embossed with silver orna- 
ments and partly gilt, the barrels are partly gilt and embossed 
with silver — about 1600 

2221 A wheel-lock pistol, with stop, 2 ft. 6 in. long, the stock inlaid 

with mother-o' -pearl and ivory, the barrel partly fluted 

2222 A pair of wheel-lock pistols, of powerful make, the barrels fluted, 

the stocks inlaid with ivory, and engraved with the arms of 
Saxony, with pear-shaped butts — the date on the barrels is 
1610 



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2223 Another pair, with globose butts, with chasings of St. George and 

the Dragon differently treated, the stocks have engraved silver 
mountings, and are carved ; the barrel of one is fluted, and 
bears the date 1588 

2224 Another pair, inlaid with i.'ory, with catches to fasten to the 

girdle — the barrels have the date 1577 

2225 A long wheel-lock pistol, the barrel partly engraved, and with the 

date 1567 ; the stock inlaid with ivory 

2226 Another, the stock inlaid with ivory, carved in relief with a male 

figure in rich costume, the butt has a carved ivory head, the 
barrel is engraved, and the lock of blued steel ; the pistol has 
a catch for the girdle — 1554 

POWDER FLASKS, &c. 

2227 A small brass powder flask, of curious pattern, enamelled in 

colours 

2228 Another, small circle, chased with a bust of Lucretia, and a 

combat 

2229 Another, circular, with a chasing in silver of Fame, seated, in a 

scroll ornament 

2230 Another, circular, ornamented in colours 

2231 One, of tortoiseshell, silver mounted; and one, with a chasing of 

a Lapitha and Centaur 

2232 One, circular, of ivory, carved with a group of animals 

2233 One, of wood inlaid with ivory, and engraved with a musketeer ; 

the mounting engraved 

2234 A metal carfouch box, with a beautiful chasing of the Judgment 

of Paris, curiously treated, and engraved with scrollwork — 
gilt 

2235 An ornamental powder flask, of ivory, carved with animals and 

birds 

2236 One, of ivory, beautifully carved with foliage, and with subjects 

in medallions 

2237 Another, of metal, to attach to the belt, chased with arabesque 

ornaments and gilt 

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2238 Another, very elaborately chased with hunting subjects, and 

engraved and gilt, with case for balls, and catch for the 
girdle 

2239 One, of wood, inlaid with engraved ivory; the steel work en- 

graved 

2240 A German wand, inlaid with engraved ivory, and surmounted by 

a figure carved in ivory 

2241 Another, flat, inlaid with ivory, and engraved with birds and 

animals 

2242 Another, engraved with figures, and inscribed Fraw Magdalena 

Hildebrandin, 1626 

2243 Another, square, engraved with figures and animals 



GAUNTLETS, &c. 

2244 A pair of gauntlets, the wrists and fingers engraved and parlly 

gilt — imperfect 

2245 Another pair, chased and partly gilt, the fingers divided into two 

parts only, with a fluted ridge across the knuckles 

2246 A SUPERB PAIR OF SMALLER GAUNTLETS, very 

richly engraved and gilt, the wrists embroidered with figures 
of fine work 

2247 A PAIR OF GAUNTLETS, FOR A YOUTH, chased 

with figures in armour, and trophies, and partly gilt, the 
fingers of the left hand of chain 

2248 A PAIR OF SMALL GAUNTLETS, CHASED ALL 

OVER with guns and other weapons, and partly gilt, the 
bottom of the wrists are encircled with studs, and with the 
original lining embroidered with silver 

2249 A fine single right gauntlet, of plain steel fluted, the plates of 

the fingers and hand with serrated edges 

2250 A gorget, beautifully embossed with trophies and birds in silver 

2251 An elbow piece, chased and gilt; and 4 other pieces 

2252 A breastplate of scale armour ; and a piece of chain mail 

2253 A coat, of chain mail, with small plates attached 



197 



STAINED GLASS. 

2254 A small panel, with Esther and Ahasuerus in Indian ink — 

lOfin. by /^in. 

2255 An upright window, formed of three escutcheons of arms, and 

figures of a king and Death — dated from 1576 to 1594 

5 ft. 6 in. high by 1 ft. wide 

2256 The companion window, composed of emblazoned arms— dated 

from 1533 to I574— 5 ft. 6 in. by 1 ft. 

2257 A panel, with two subjects of figures, and a procession in the 

centre— dated 1600— oblong, 3 ft. 3 in. by 1 ft. IJin. 

2258 A panel, composed of the royal arms of Spain, richly emblazoned 

— oblong, 36 in. by 22 g in. 

2259 A standard bearer of Nuremberg — dated 1538 — 10^ in. by 6 in. 

2260 Two German cavaliers— 1594— 13^ in. by 9| in. 

2261 The Adoration of the Magi, in three compartments — 

each 43 in. by 24 in. 

2262 Christ's Charge to St. Peter — 58^ in. by 24 in. 

2263 St. Peter preaching — 58^ in. by 24 in. 

2264 The Crucifixion of St. Peter— 58^ in. by 24 in. 

2265 A WINDOW, IN TWO COMPARTMENTS, with the Duke 

and Duchess DArchout, kneeling in prayer, in a church: 
the Duke is in the robes and collar of the Golden Fleece ; two 
dogs at their feet, Gothic canopies above, and their shields of 
arms beneath — 93 in. by 39 in. From the Cathedral of 
Archont, and Histoire de la Maison de Croye. 4to 

2266 A pair of narrow windows, each with five coats of arms of the 

house of Croye — 93 in. by 13 in. each 

2267 A panel, with a knight and lady, interior; and a landscape with a 

horseman, in a scroll border — dated 1562 — 23 in. by 18^ in. 

2268 Another, with numerous German shields of arms and inscriptions, 

in a circle — 23 in." by 19| in. 

2269 Another, with a man on a camel, and German arms round — 

1572— 23 in. by 19iin. 

2270 Another, with a knight in armour, and small subjects in iriedal- 

lions round. Signed H. B., Basle, 1579— 23 in. by 19-^ in. 



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2271 Another, with shields of arms, with figures and scroll border. 

Signed Nuremberg, 1618— 23 in. by 18^ in. 

2272 A pair of panels, with shields surmounted by coronets, on diapered 

ground — 24^ in. by 19i in. 

2273 One, with saints, and a shield of arms — 23 in. by 18^ in. 

2274 One, with cavaliers feasting — 23 in. by 18^ in. 

2275 One, with cavaliers and ladies — 23 in. by 18^ in. 



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Nineteenth Days Sale. 
On TUESDAY, MARCH 27, 1855, 

AT ONE o'clock PRECISELY. 



ARMOUR. 

SWORDS AND DAGGERS. 

2276 A long sword, with cross guard and double ring, twisted, the blade 

engraved 

2277 A pair of rapiers, nearly similar, with cup bilts, fluted and pierced, 

with cross guards : the blades are engraved with initials 

2278 Two rapiers, with cup hilts, pierced and chased, cross guards ; one 

of the blades is triangular 

2279 A very long rapier, with knotted hilt and cross guard, orna- 

mented pommel ; the blade is engraved with a castle, in an 
oval, and inscribed " Frederic" 

2280 A small fighting sword, with cross guard, and pierced and beaded 

shell, the pommel of ivory, is crutch shaped, and carved with 
a female figure, in ancient costume, and with cherubim at the 
sides — 1545 

2281 Another, left handed, with cross guard and fluted shell, pierced 

chequered pommel; on the blade is engraved, Caspar Mai r 
Hofer. 

2282 A small s\\ ord, of sabre shape, with pierced cross guard, the 

pommel and grip of perforated steel ; the blade is eiTgraved 
with the figure of a musketeer 



200 

2283 A long rapier, the cup hilt chased with tiophies and flowers, 

straight cross guard, and chased pommel and triangular 
blade 

2284 Another, the cup hilt pierced and chased with scrolls, with cross 

guard and swept hilt, the pommel pierced and chased 

2285 Another, with deep cup hilt, cut in interlacing rings, and plain 

pommel 

2286 Another, with pierced cup hilt, in eight compartments, with flowers 

2287 Two others, with triangular blades and pierced cup hilts, and 

chased and plain pommels 

2288 Another, with pierced cup, with birds and scrolls, and turned 

edge, and chased pommel ; the blade inscribed 

2289 Another, the cup hilt and pommel chased with heads and flowers, 

and inscribed blade 

2290 Two, with pierced cup hilts, one pommel fluted, the other chased 

2291 Another, the cup hilt pierced and chased with birds, and fluted 

pommel; the blade is inscribed I. H. N, Solingen 

2292 Another, the cup hilt chased with scrolls and birds, and four me- 

dallions, with figures and chased pommel 

2293 Another, with cup hilt, fluted and engraved with flowers, and 

fluted pommel 

2294 A long powerful sword, with pierced cup, chased with flowers, 

straight cross guard and chased pommel 
2*295 Two long rapiers, with barred swept hilts and cross guards 

2296 Another, with fluted pommel, the hilt chased with trophies, and 

shell guard embossed with heads 

2297 A powerful fighting sword, with twisted pommel ; and another, 

with curved hilt and thumb ring 

2298 A long rapier, with triangular blade, and five barred hilt ; and one 

shorter, with engraved pommel and cross guard, and inscribed 
blade 

2299 Another, with swept hilt and perforated shell ; on the blade is 

engraved the figures of Justitia and Fortuna, and Latin 
mottoes 

2300 A small fighting sword, with Andrea Ferrara blade and open 

basket hilt 



201 

2301 A rapier, with basket hilt pierced shell, embossed with heads, and 

chased pommel; on the blade is the date 1591 

2302 A powerful sword, with broad blade, two-barred swept hilt, and 

fluted pommel; and another, with six-barred hilt 

2303 Another, with fluted pommel, and fluted shell hilt and cross 

guard ; the blade is inscribed 

2304 A long rapier, with swept hilt and pommel chased with shell 

ornament 

2305 A large fighting sword, with broad blade tapering to a point, 

the grip covered with old velvet and cording, with heavy 
pommel ; the blade is engraved with trophies, &c. 

2306 An early sword, with circular steel pommel, and cross guard 

turning down. This sword was dug up in France 

2307 A sword, with broad blade, in the original leather sheath, with 

steel mountings and steel cross guard and grip, which have 
been ornamented with silver — of curious form 

2308 A small fighting sword, the pommel ana ends of the guard, of 

open melon shape, have been inlaid with silver 

2309 A curioiis sabre, or executioner's sword, with very broad blade, 

the cross guard with reptiles' heads, the steel grip is notched 
for the fingers, and elaborately engraved and partly gilt ; the 
blade has an inscription, and is partly gilt 

2310 A curious early sword, in the original scabbard, with steel mounts, 

with broad blade engraved with flowers ; the boxwood handle 
is carved with animals, and has an inscription 

231 1 A Spanish rapier, with pierced cup, chased with figures, and 

chased pommel, the blade is four-edged ; and a dagger, with 
pierced and chased grip and shell guard; the blade is 
serrated, and has a hollow for the thumb 

2312 A dress sword, with flat shell guard pommel, and hilt of russet 

steel embossed with figures in silver; the triangular blade is 
inscribed " Thomas Avala " 

2313 Another, with pierced blade, the brass hilt and shell pierced and 

chased with flowers ; the blade is engraved " Clemens 
Routzon " 



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DAGGERS. 

2314 A rapier dagger, the cross, pommel, and mountings of the sheatli 

embossed with silver; and one, with chased pommel and guard 

2315 A dagger, with powerful four-edged blade, and steel pommel 

and guard 

2316 One, with waved blade; and one, with shell and cross guard 

2317 One, with carved handle ; and one, with four-edged blade, pierced 

2318 Two, with pierced blades, one with carved ivory handle 

2319 One, with four-edged blade, the cross guard, thumb ring, and 

metal sheath, inlaid with figures and arabesques in silver 
and gold 

2320 One, the blade engraved with animals, birds, and foliage 

2321 Two, with chased metal hilts 

2322 One, with pierced blade and ivory handle ; and one, with tortoise- 

shell and mother-o'-pearl handle, and engraved blade 

2323 A very curious short sword, with four revolving pistol barrels, 

with two flint locks, in a sheath 

2324 A CURIOUS DAGGER, forming a pair of compasses, with 

scales on the blade, and inscribed "Stein — Zool — Blei — 
Eisen," the handle inlaid with gold 

MACES, &c. 

2325 A mace, the head formed of seven upright projecting plates, the 

shaft of chased steel 

2326 Another, with spear shaped head, studded with silver, the long 

steel shaft inlaid with silver, in scrolls 

2327 Another, with plain steel shaft, the head formed of eight circular 

projecting plates, pierced 

2328 Another with ribbed steel shaft, the head eight upright projecting 

plates, plain 

2329 Another, part of the steel shaft spirally fluted, the head eight 

semicircular plates, pierced 

2330 Another, with cut 'steel shaft, the head eight ornamented plates, 

with spikes 

2331 Another, of russet steel, the head seven triangular plates, pierced, 

with small rings attached 



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2332 Another, with short steel shaft, and seven angular plates to the 

head, engraved with foliage 

2333 A horseman's hammer, with openwork nob, and long spike 

engraved with arms, the shaft of wood 

2334 A battle-axe, with steel shaft, engraved with a harp, and containing 

a small knife and saw ; the blade is engraved with an eagle and a 
pelican, and has a catch for the girdle, and a spike at the back 

2335 Another, with twisted steel shaft, and pierced blade 

GUNS. 

2336 A wheel-lock gun, 5 ft. 4. in. long, the stock with case for charges 

inlaid with ivory, engraved with subjects, and on the butt 
are engraved figures ; the barrel engraved with figures, and 
inlaid with silver and gold — the lock is engraved; about 
1580 

2337 Another, the barrel and lock chased with masks and flowers, 

and ornamented with silver and gold ; the stock inlaid with 
ivory, engraved with figures in the costume of the time, hunting; 
in the butt is a silver medal, with a bishop, and inscribed 
" Sanctus Rudbertus Epis. Salisb. 1623 '' 

2338 A matchlock rifle, the stock enlaid with figures in the costume 

of the time, and animals, in iv^ory 

2339 A wheel-lock pea rifle, with case for charges ; the butt is singularly 

curved, the barrel and lock are engraved, the stock is inlaid 
with ivory and pearl in figures ; on the butt are engraved some 
armorial bearings 

2340 Another, with case for charges, the stock inlaid with mother-o'- 

pearl and ivory ; the barrel and lock are of blue steel, engraved 
and gilt 

PISTOLS. 

2341 A double-barrel wheel-lock pistol, with globose butt inlaid with 

ivory, engraved with animals; on the butt is an equestrian 
figure — about 1554 

2342 A wheel-lock pistol, with globose butt inlaid with flowers in 

ivory — about 1550 



204 

2343 A single-barrel pistol, with double wheel-lock, the stock and butt 

inlaid with fig'ures in costume in ivory, the lock partly engraved 
— about 1560 

2344 A wheel-lock pistol, inlaid with ivory, engraved with figures, the 

lock is partly engraved — about 1554 

2345 Another, with a catch for the girdle, inlaid with animals in ivory, 

the lock engraved — about 1570 

2346 Another, with globose butt, inlaid with ivory — about 1550 

2347 A double-barrel wheel-lock pistol, the stock of steel, the lock en- 

graved 

2348 A wheel-lock pistol, with a catch for the girdle, inlaid with 

figures and animals in ivory — about 1554 

POWDER FLASKS, &c. 

2349 One, of ebony, with the arms of Saxony engraved on ivory, the 

steel work engraved 

2350 One, of ivory, mounted with metal, and elaborately carved with 

animals and dogs 

2351 A metal bullet box, chased with hunting subjects 

2352 A powder flask, circular, of boxwood, boldly carved with figures 

hunting a lion ; a rose on the other side 

2353 One, circular, of wood, inlaid with ivory, and mounted with metal, 

chased with masks 

2354 ANOTHER, VERY FINE, of ivory, beautifully carved in 

high relief, with figures hunting wild animals 

2355 A cartouch box, of steel, with chasings of equestrian figures 

2356 Another, of wood and engraved ivory, steel mounted 

2357 A powder flask, of wood, inlaid with ivory ; and one, of metal, with 

gun pick attached 

2358 A curious one, of leather, embossed with figures dancing, and 

catch for the girdle 

2359 One, of wood, inlaid with engraved ivory, and mounted with 

metal gilt 



205 

2360 A STEEL CARTOUCH BOX, chased with the letter H on 

a shield supported by lions, and the date 1580; the sun and 
moon on the lid 

2361 ANOTHER, chased with equestrian figures and lions' masks 

HALBERDS, &c. 

2362 A halberd, the blade of fleur-de-lys shape, engraved with a coat 

of arms on each side, and F. L. C, U. M-, and with figures 
and arabesques 

2363 A tall partisan, engraved on each side with equestian figures 

and trophies, and Latin and German inscriptions 

2364 A spetum, or ranseur, its blade engraved with scrolls and arms 

2365 A partisan, with the arms of Saxony on one side, and on the other, 

F. A. 

2366 A halberd, engraved with legendary subjects 

2367 A partisan, the blade partly gilt, and engraved with the Cruci- 

fixion and other subjects ; the staff is carved 

2368 A curious spear, with very long blade; and a small halberd, with 

ornamented blade 

2369 A VERY TALL PARTISAN, the blade engraved with Muses 

at Mount Helicon, and other mythological subjects ; the socket 
is engraved with coats of arras 

2370 A partisan, the blade formed as the spread-eagle crowned 

2371 A long steel fork, with a wheel-lock pistol, the stock inlaid with 

ivory 

2372 A Partisan, with gilt Blade, engraved on both sides with 

figures, a crown, and the arms of the Medici, and inscribed 
Jacopo Rossi disegnio, 1680 

2373 A hunting spear, the blade ornamented with brass ; and a boar 

spear, the socket inlaid with silver 

2374 A linstock, with pierced and engraved spear head, a circle of six 

heads in steel round the socket ; the ends for holding the 
match are formed as grotesque heads 

2375 A glaive, engraved with a crown and armorial bearings, and the 

date 1620; and a halberd, with engraved blade, and the date 
1596 



206 

2376 A halberd, with crescent blade, engraved and pierced, with a circle 

of steel heads at the bottom of the spear 

2377 A spetum, and a military fork, inscribed 

2378 A halberd, engraved with a figure in the costume of the time, 

playing a drum. (^See illustration) 

2379 A very long and large ranseur; and a halberd, with pierced and 

engraved blade, and a circle of steel heads at the socket 
2379* A halberd, engraved with figures 

WARDERS' HORNS, &c. 

2380 A curious brass horn, with sliding tubes ; and an early wooden flute 

2381 A whip, with leather thong, in the handle is a flint-lock pistol 

2382 A curious steel mask 

2383 A torture collar, witii spikes; and a pair of handcuffs 

2384 A pair of curious steel hands, one with springs in the fingers 

2385 A metal warder's horn, with German inscription, coat of arms, 

and date 1551 

2386 Another, formed of a very large Piece of Ivory, carved 

with animals and figures, and the metal chain attached 

2387 A flask, made of a large cow's horn, engraved with hunting 

subjects 

2388 AN EARLY BRITISH HORN, made from a cow's horn, 

carved with figures of animals, and with aa inscription, silver 
mounted 

2389 A WARDER'S HORN, FORMED OF A VERY LARGE 

PIECK OF IVORY : it is carved with a coat of arms and 
other ornaments, and is inscribed 

2390 A piece of ivory, carved with figures of rude work 

2391 A small hunting horn, of ivory, engraved with hunting subjects ; 

and one other 

SHIELDS. 

2392 An early Highland target, with engraved boss to hold a dirk, 

upon the blade of which are the letters I. F. S. ; it is covered 
with black leather and brass studs, in the form of thistles and 
crowns ; it has the original holders, and is 18i in. diameter 



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2393 A square target of wood, covered with canvas, and painted with a 

coat of arms and crest 

2394 Another, very large, of oblong form, raised in the centre, painted 

with St. George and the dragon 

2395 A ROUND Buckler, of concave form, the umbo and spike of 

steel, ornamented with brass studs, with the original wooden 
holder — 14 in. diameter. This buckler is similar to those 
born by the royal guards in the picture at Hampton Court, of 
the embarkation of Henry VHI. 

2396 Another, of Steel, with a matchlock pistol in the centre, and 

aperture above to take aim through ; it is embossed with an 
oval ornament in twelve compartments — 18^ in. diameter 

2397 A round steel shield, with beaded edge, and a spike in the centre, 

surrounded by a chased ornament ; it has the original lining 
and holders — 2 ft. diameter 

2398 A pair of large plaiu.steel oval shields, with the original leather 

straps — 26 in. by 21 in. 

2399 A round buckler, of wood, with rays, covered with leather, and 

embossed centre of steel — 14:^ in. diameter 

2400 An oval shield, embossed with a fleur-de-lys 

2401 A round steel buckler, with a raised boss, and a hook for attach- 

ing it to the belt, with the original lining and holder; it has 
two indentations, caused by a bolt or bullet — 17 in. diameter 

2402 Another, with hook and a large boss, with the original lining and 

holder — 1 1 in. diameter 

2403 Another, with three rims — il|in. diameter 

2404 ANOTHER, OF WOOD, covered with leather, embossed with 

armed equestrian figures inside and out ; it has a steel pike, 
and at the top the remains of a lantern and the original 
holder : probably Italian 

2405 A LARGE ROUND BUCKLER, of wood, covered with 

leather, and the original velvet straps ; it has a lantern at the 
top, and is painted inside with the history of Camillus, after 
G. Romano — 22 in. diameter 

2406 A steel shield, with four spear heads projecting from the sides, 

and one in the centre 



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DEMI-SUITS, AND PORTIONS OF SUITS. 

2407 A breastplate, of pointed form, beaded round the gussets — about 

1520 

2408 Another, sweUing at the bottom, but without gussets — 1570 

2409 Breast and back plates, with the lamina plates — 1535 

2410 THE BREAST AND BACK PLATES, and the right tasset 

of an officer of pikemen, ribbed and scalloped, with the 
original steel studs and openwork hinges — between 1610 and 
1635. Very fine 

2411 A curious plain placart, to fix on the back 

2412 A SINGULAR AND FINE BREAST PLACART, of 

Spanish work, in russet and silver, engraved with a triangular 
figure and the letter F, and crowns and feathers, there is a 
sharp ridge down the centre ; it has a dent made by a cross- 
bow bolt or bullet on it 

2413 Breast and back plates, with the lance rest attached, and an inner 

plate at the bottom of the breastplate, engraved and inlaid 
with gold— 1530 to 1540 

2414 A long breastplate, with a moveable bottom plate of blue steel, 

ribbed across, and ornamented with lines — 1540 to 1560 

2415 A FINE LARGE DEMI-SUIT, consisting of breast and 

back plates, and gorget : the breastplate is very long, with 
swelling tapul, and the original lance rest, the back has the 
originaliron straps — about 1560: the pauldrons and tassets 
attached to it are of earlier date 

2416 Breast and back plates, of globose form, with the lamina plates — 

1530 

2417 Tilting pieces, consisting of mentoniere shoulder piece, and garde- 

de-bras — 1530. Very fine specimens 

2418 Breast and back plates, of globose form — 1480 

2419 A fine tilting gauntlet, for the left hand— 1500 to 1530 

2420 A SPANISH BREASTPLATE, OF SMALL SIZE, OF 

RUSSET STEEL, damasquined and inlaid with gold and 
silver, beautifully chased and embossed with figures, trophies^ 
&:c. — about 1560. A beautiful specimen. {See illustration) 



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2421 Broast and back plates, of globose ibrm, with the lamina plates 

cut in the gothic st}le, highly polished — 1380 

2422 Breast and back plates, of fine form, with splints, the tops em- 

bossed with foliage — 1540 

2423 A breastplate, with separate placart fixing on it, with the holes 

for the mentoniere and lance rest, engraved with scroll orna- 
ments, and formerly gilt — 1560. Fine specimens 

2424 A back plate, hollowed for the shoulders, and engraved with 

figures and ornaments, with scalloped plate at bottom ; it has 
formerly been blue or black — 1560 

2425 A placart, for tilting, to fasten on the breastplate ; it is engraved, 

and has the date 1536 

2426 A BREASTPLATE, with very sharp point, engraved with 

arabesques, and the Crucifixion, with a knight kneeling at 
the foot of the cross, and a female figure, with the word 
" Pacientia" — about 15^0 

2427 ANOTHER, of the kind called " Allecret," — engraved : on one 

side of the breast is the Crucifixion, and on the other a knight 
kneeling ; above him and at the top a sun is engraved — the 
date 1560 

2428 Breast and back plates, and tassets, the breast of globose form, 

with an ornamented screw for a placart ; the right tasset opens 
with an hinge — about 1460. Fine sj)ecimens 

2429 A breastplate, swelling in form, and terminating in a peak, en- 

graved with arabesque ornaments, and a coat of arms; the 
bottom plate scalloped and engraved : this is a dress plate, to 
be worn without tassets — 1560 

2430 A very fine and massive right-arm piece, and elbow shield, 

fluted and beaded, whh the original rivets, and leather lining 
—1490 

2431 A SPANISH DEMI-SUIT, consisting of helmet, with its 

original springs, breast and back plates, arms, and pauldrons: 
it is slashed and pannelled, and the channels engraved ; the 
pauldrons are embossed with foliage in front, and sphinxes at 
the back; on the breastplate is the date 1545 — the whole has 
formerly been inlaid with gold. [See ilhistrafion) 

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243-2 ANOTHER, fluted, with helmet with peaked visor, and moveable 
neckplates, arms, pauldrons, gauntlets, and long tassets; a pair 
of very fine and massive plain rondelles are attached to this 
suit, though not belonging to it — the date of the whole is 
about 1480 

2433 ANOTHER, consisting of helmet, with fine crest, beaver, and 
visor, with its original plume holder, breast and back plates, 
gussets, and pass guard, pauldrons beaded, the breastplate is 
long in form : the whole of it engraved, and richly inlaid with 
gold — the date between 1510 and 1530 



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Twentieth Day's Sale. 



On WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 1855, 



AT ONE O CLOCK PRECISELY. 



ARMOUR. 

SWORDS. 

2434 A very fine fighting sword, with cross guard and curved hilt, 

embossed with trophies and other ornaments in silver, and 
partly gilt ; the pommel is also embossed with armed heads 
in silver 

2435 A sword, with cross guard and scrolled hilt, and pommel em- 

bossed with ornaments in silver; the blade is inscribed 
" Clemens Keuiler me fecit Solingen " 

2436 A very long rapier, with waved blade, with bold swept hilt, straight 

cross guard, and pommel embossed with silver 

2437 A sword : the three-barred scalloped cup with sixteen compart- 

ments, embossed with silver ; on the blade is " Johannes 
Tesche me fecit Solingen " 

2438 A small sword, with waved blade, the curved cross guard fluted 

and grooved and embossed with silver, and small ornamented 
pommel ; the blade is inscribed 

2439 A long sword, for practice, with straight cross guard, the blade 

near the hilt is engraved with an escutcheon, with a crown and 
two swords through it, and a barred helmet above 

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2410 A small sword, the metal grip formed of two figures, the cross 
guard, hilt, and pommel embossed with trophies in silver, the 
original leather sheath mounted with chased silver: on the 
blade is " Biscotto " — about 1610 

2441 A sword, with straight cross guard, with pierced shells, the pom- 

mel a flattened circle embossed with silver, on the blade is a 
figure, and "Soli Deo Gloria, 1645:" it has the original 
leather scabbard, mounted with steel, embossed with silver 

2442 A sword, with straight cross guard and three-barred hilt, the 

pommel of russet steel, embossed with silver in sixteen com- 
partments ; the blade long and narrow, is inscribed " D. H. 
Francisco Ruiz, en Toledo"— about 1570 

2443 Another, with swept hilt and cross guard, twisted, the small six- 

sided pommel embossed with silver, the triangular blade 
long and narrow — about 1570 

2444 Another, with swept hilt, cross guard, pierced cup, and pommel, 

inlaid with silver ; the blade is inscribed " Kasiar Keiser me 
fecit Solingen" — about 1579 

2445 A small sword, the cross guard with figures of horses at each 

end, and an equestrian figure in the centre; the pommel 
formed as an equestrian figure, and coated with silver — 
about 1630 

2446 A sword, the swept hilt, guard, and pommel embossed with silver ; 

on the blade is " Hans Moven." This sicord came from a 
house in Yorkshire, formerly belonging to the Fairfax family 

2447 A sword, with straight cross guard and swept hilt, on the pom- 

mel are four busts ; it is embossed with silver — about 1620 

2448 A small sword, with straight cross guard, the flaf pommel em- 

bossed with silver ; the broad blade is inscribed '■' Por Dies e 

my Rey "' — about 1630 
2419 ANOTHER, with cross guard, with male heads at the ends, and 

two recumbent figures on the centre, the grip of silver wire, 

the pommel formed as an armed head embossed with silver ; 

the broad blade is inscribed " Sahagum " — Spanish — about 

1570 
2449* A sword, with basket cup hilt, and cut pommel 



213 

2450 Another, with cross guard, (he hilt and ponmiel ot' russet steel 

embossed with silver ; the blade inscribed 

2451 A VERY FINE LONG RAPIER; the liilt and pommel 

pierced and chased — about 1570 {See illustration^ 

2452 A very fine sword, with bi-oad blade and straight cross guard ; 

the cup hilt pierced and chased with medallions and trophies, 
the pommel pierced on ebony fluted grip — 1570 

2453 ANOTHER, of rapier shape : the cup hilt pierced and chased 

with the flight into Egypt, and other scriptural subjects, the 
pommel beautifully chased with a combat of horsemen ; the 
blade is inscribed 

2454 A long rapier, with swept hilt, embossed and chased with figures, 

tlic pommel with equestrian figures — 1570 

2455 A POWERFUL SWORD, with double basket shell hilt, gilt 

inside, the outside chased, with eagles and two crowns, four 
heads, embossed on the pommel; on the bioad blade is in- 
scribed " Espadeiro del Rey, 1640 " 

2456 A sword, with broad blade, the cross guard carved with a small 

fluted shell, and curious pommel 

2457 A rapier, the swept hilt and pommel embossed with equestrian 

figures — about 1545 

2458 Anothor, the cup hilt pannelled in six compartments, chased with 

flowers, and chased pommel — 1570 

2459 A sword, with cross guard and pierced cup, chased with heads, 

and ebony grip 

2460 A long rapier, with swept hilt, and scrolled shell covering another 

pierced shell 

2461 Another, with a two-barred swept hilt, chased with figures, and 

chased pommel ; the blade is inscribed 

2462 A long sword, with straight cross guard, swept hilt, and pommel 

inlaid with silver and partly gilt, and perforated shell ; on the 
three-sided blade is engraved " Johannes Calaorta " 

2463 A long sword, with three-barred swept hilt, and pommel orna- 

mented with lines ; the blade is inscribed 

2464 Another, with a ribbed and perforated shell, straight cross guard, 

the pommel opens by a spring in four parts ; the blade is 
inscribed 



214 

2464* Another, with broad blade, the pommel chased with equestrian 
figures 

2465 A powerful fighting sword, the liilt is chased, the pommel chased 

with heads 

2466 Two swords, for practice, with cross guards and swept hilts — 1580 

2467 A sword breaker, with serrated back and hole in the blade, curved 

hilt, and openwork pommel ; the grip is covered with the old 
velvet and gold lace 

2468 A coutel, with broad swept blade, the hilt has a plain shell 

pierced; and a fighting sword, with swept hilt and plain she]!; 
on the blade is engraved " Faciera " 

2469 A long rapier, with Ferrara blade, with cup hilt in six compart- 

ments, pierced and chased with birds, the pommel pierced and 
chased with figures 

2470 A sword, with chased swept hilt and perforated cup, and round 

chased pommel and broad blade 

2471 A fighting sword, with broad blade, chased cross guard and hilt 

and fluted shell, covered by a three- barred guard and chased 
pommel ; and a long rapier, with three-bar swept hilt and 
perforated shell 

2472 A powerful rapier, with swept three-barred hilt and fluted shell ; 

and a long rapier, with three-barred hilt 

2473 An Andrea Ferrara highland broadsword, in the original scab- 

bard ; the blade engraved 

2474 Another, older, with swept hilt, ornamented at the ends, and per- 

forated, fish-skin grip 

2475 A small dress sword, with straight cross guard, the ring embossed 

with acorns 

2476 Another, with ornamented blade and partly engraved, the cross 

guard chased with heads; on the pommel are two busts 

2477 A long and powerful sword, with swept hilt and bold pommel ; 

blade inscribed 

2478 A rapier, with pierced cup, with birds and flowers, and chased 

pommel 
2170 A powerful sword, with swept hilt and pierced shell, and broad 
blade ; and another, with three-barred swept hilt, with 
chequered pommel 



215 



DAGGERS. 

2480 A dagger, with broad blade, the metal sheath chased with 

William Tell 

2481 A pair of rapier daggers, the hilts and pommels chased 

2482 One, with a serrated back ; and one, with triangular blade, 

engraved with a scale from 6 to 120 

2483 Two rapier daggers, one with engraved blade 

2484 Two four-edged daggers, with chased steel hilts 

2485 A curious dagger, with very broad blade, chased with figures 

and inscriptions: the leather sheath, which is silver mounted, 
is embossed with scroll work 

2486 Two rapier daggers, one with openwork hilt, the other chased 

2487 A dagger and sheath, with plain handle, the blade inscribed 

" God save King James II. 1686" 

2488 Two hunting daggers, with carved wood handles and sheaths 

2489 A long rapier dagger, with curious guard and shell ; and one, 

with engraved shell 

2490 A dagger, with curious iron handle, and banded steel sheath 

2491 A long rapier dagger, with thumb ring; and one, with shell guard 

CROSSBOWS. 

2492 A steel crossbow, the stock inlaid with birds, in coloured ivory 

2493 Another, the steel bow chased with figures and animals, the stock 

inlaid with ivory carvings of figures and scroll work 

2494 Another, the stock with hunting subjects carved in ivory, with 

steel windlass attached, the wheel chased with figures 

2495 ANOTHER, VERY POWERFUL, the steel bow painted 

with hunting subjects and gilt, the stock with flowers in 
marqueterie and covered with ivory, which is engraved with 
portraits of Henri II. and Diane de Poictiers ; figures playing 
musical instruments, and a coat of arms, and borders of 
hunting subjects 

2496 Another, small, the stock of steel, with lever attached 

2497 Another, the wooden stock inlaid with animals in ivory, and 

having a case with a small steel arrow 



216 

2498 Another, the stock inlaid with engraved ivory, and steel windlass 

attached, engraved with figures 

2499 Another, with long stock of black wood, carved with a sphinx 

and grotesque njasks, and the date 1579 

2500 A leather quiver, with six bolts 

GUNS, &c. 

2501 One, with matchlock and wheel-lock, 5 ft. 4 in. long, the stock 

inlaid with ivory — about 1610 

2502 A rifle matchlock and wheel-lock, the stock is inlaid with ivory, 

engraved with a female figure and a musketeer ; the butt has a 
case for charges — about 1640 

2503 A wheel-lock rifle, the stock inlaid with birds and scrolls in brass, 

with case for charges — about 1640 

2504 Another, the stock with case for charges, inlaid with scrolls in 

steel, a coat of arms are inlaid in steel in the butt ; on the 
barrel is " Aen Stein, 1657" 

2505 A matchlock gun, 5ft. 2 in. long, the stock inlaid with animals in 

ivory — about 1600 

2506 A wheel-lock rifle, the stock, with a case for charges, is inlaid 

with figures, hunting, in ivory ; on the barrel is engraved 
''Hall, 1650" 

2507 A wheel-lock gun, the stock inlaid with ivory, and with a case for 

charges ; the barrel has the date 1591 
250S A pair of wheel-lock carbines, the stocks inlaid with ivory ; on the 
barrels is the date 1595 

PISTOLS. 

2509 A pistol, the stock and butt of ivory, engraved all over : on the 

butt is the Crucifixion ; the lock is engraved and chased with 
heads and figures of Venus and Cupid, with the name engraved 
" Fenus ;" the barrel is engraved, and with the date 1548, and 
a long German inscription 

2510 A pair of wheel-lock pistols, the butts ornamented with chasings 

in steel, the stocks carved and inlaid with ivory, and the locks 
partly chased — about 1020 



217 

251 1 Another pair, with catches for the girdle, the stocks and butts are 

ornamented with steel ; on the barrel is the name "Gio. Batt. 
Francino" — about 1630 

2512 A pair of pistols, with snap haunce locks, one for each hand, with 

silver and mother-o'-pearl mountings; the brass barrels are 
chased and engraved, and bear the date 1618 

2513 A pair of very fine wheel-lock pistols, 33 in. long : the stocks are 

beautifully inlaid with trophies and figures in ivory, the fluted 
barrels and the locks engraved and ornamented with brass 



POWDER FLASKS. 

2514 A curious metal powder flask, with the figure of a bird, in high 

relief; and one, of w'ood and ivory, covered with metal 

2515 One, oriental, of ivory, carved with groups of animals 

2516 One, of wood, with a figure, stag hunting, in ivory ; and one, of 

metal, with a female head in relief 

2517 A beautiful cartouch box, of steel, partly gilt, engraved with 

Adam and Eve, and a figure in armour, kneeling before a 
crucifix 

2518 A powder flask, of wood, with a figure in costume, in mother-o'- 

pearl ; and one, with an equestrian figure, chased in metal 

2519 ONE, COVERED WITH VELVET, and with a CHASING 

OF SAMSON AND DELILAH, above are the arms of 
the Medici, supported by two griffins, of fine work. {See 
illustratioii) 

2520 One, formed of a stag's horn, carved with Samson -destroying the 

lion, and inscribed "Force, 1574, Sanson" 

2521 One, small, the steel elaborately ornamented with flat chasing, 

with a leather bag for bullets attached 

2522 One, covered with embossed leather ; and one, of fluted steel 

2523 One, of buck's horn, engraved with a figure ; and one, of wood, with 

bullet bag attached 



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HELMETS. 

2524 A steel cap, cf an officer of pikemen, with thick ribs, with the 

original pkime holder and steel studs — between the years 
1610 and 1635 
2524* A SPANISH HELMET, channelled and engraved with 
flowers, partly gilt, with original plume holder — between 
1560 and 1580 

2525 A SINGULARLY PERFECT CIRCASSIAN CASQUE, 

the lobster tail composed of seven plates, with plume holder 
and steel studs thickly set and ornamented with flutes and 
lines — about 1645 

2526 A BOURGUINOT, with additional tilting pieces inlaid with 

gold, and beautifully engraved with figures in the style of 
Albert Durer — about 1540 

2527 A steel cap, or pot helmet, of blue steel, ribbed and gilt ; it is 

very heavy, and without comb or ridge 

2528 A SUPERB MORION, with broad and high comb, engraved 

with scrolls, and two coats of the arms of Saxony, and inlaid 
with gold, with the original earplates, lining, and lion's head 
rivets, and a figure plume holder — between 1550 and 1560 

2529 A curious salade, with moving beams, and without any comb — 

between 1430 and 1465 

2530 A VERY EARLY CASQUE, formed like a Greek helmet; it 

has holes round the bottom, apparently for the purpose of 
fixing on chain mail 

2531 An open casque, embossed with oak leaves and acorns, with the 

rivets — about 1540 

2532 A helmet, with twisted comb, beaver, and visor, and original 

rivets, probably Italian — about 1530 and 1540 

2533 A helmet, engraved and inlaid with gold, with original plume 

holder, side loops, and rivets — about 1540 

2534 A morion, with peaked ends, engraved with figures and trophies, 

and with the original plume holder and rivets — about 1570 

2535 Another, cap shape, with peak ends, engraved with trophies, the 

original brass plume holder and rivets — about 1560 



219 

2536 An open casque, with ear pieces, elaborately engraved with coats 

of arms, apparently Spanish — about 1530 

2537 Another, with ear pieces, embosseil and ornamented with lines — 

about 1530 

2538 A helmet, of peaked form, with a scalloped visor and high 

comb — about 1530 

2539 A MORION, RUSSET AND GOLD, engraved with armed 

equestrian figures and arabesques, with peaked ends and a 
peak at the top, the original brass plume holder, and or- 
namented rivets — about 1570 

2540 A steel cap, of the morion shape — about 1470 to 1480 



ORIENTAL ARMOUR AND ARMS. 

2541 A beautiful flint gun, with Damascus barrel, the stock of ivory, 

inlaid with coloured glass, with a silk tassel — the lock im- 
perfect 

2542 A dagger, the metal sheath and hilt beautifully chased with 

scrolls, the end of the sheath is formed as a mace 

2543 A knife, the ivory hilt carved with a lion's head, and inlaid with 

metal, in a velvet sheath, mounted with silver 

2544 A dagger, with broad blade, inlaid with gold, the metal handle 

engraved with oriental characters 

2545 A yataghan, the blade inscribed and mounted with chased silver, 

the handle also of chased silver 

2546 Another, with metal hilt and sheath, with chain attached, boldly 

chased with trophies 

2547 Another, with damascene blade, inlaid with gold, the ivory handle 

mounted with chased silver 

2548 A cut tar, the blade embossed with a man on horseback and an 

elephant, the engraved handle richly gilt 

2549 Another, with curious triple blade, and engraved and gilt handle 

2550 Two others, with embossed handles, gilt ; and a belt 

2551 A tinder box, formed as a pistol, the barrel embossed with 

gold, with richly chased mountings 



220 

2552 A cuttar, with fluted blade, and embossed and gilt handle; and 

one, with figured blade 

2553 One, with ridged blade, gilt handle, and hilt; and one other, the 

blade partly gilt 

2554 A short sword^ with broad blade of blue steel inlaid with gold, 

and seal skin sheath, with small knife 

2555 A pair of fine stirrups, of embossed metal inlaid with coloured 

stones, with circular bottoms 

2556 Another pair, of brass, chased with figures 

2557 A DAGGER, the handle formed of A FINE PIECE OF 

ONYX of five strata, beautifully cut with flowers on each side 

2558 ANOTHER, the handle of GREEN JA DE, cut with flowers 

2559 ANOTHER, the handle and end of the sheath of GREEN 

JADE, inlaid with gold and set with RUBIES 

2560 Another, the blade massively mounted with silver minutely 

chased, the handle of tortoiseshell carved and mounted with 
silver, the sheath cased with silver 

2561 A knife, the metal handle inlaid with gold 

2562 A small dagger, with chased steel handle 

2563 Another, the handle and blade of one piece of damasked steel, 

containing a small knife with damask blade ; the velvet 
sheath is mounted with chased silver, enamelled 

2564 A dagger, with damask blade ; the metal handle is made to 

contain small instruments 

2565 ANOTHER, with damask blade, the JADE HILT inlaid with 

LARGE SAPPHIRES, the sheath metal mounted with a 
rim of sapphires 

2566 Another, the blade inlaid with inscriptions in gold, the handle 

and mountings of the sheath of silver 

2567 Another, small, with waved blade and agate handle, and silver 

sheath 

2568 Another, with silver sheath and handle, and silver chain 

attached 

2569 A Chinese knife and chopsticks, mounted with enamelled silver, 

in a worked case 

2570 A breastplate, in four parts, inlaid with engraved gold 



221 

2571 A circular shield, of hide, embossed and gilt 

2572 Another, smaller, with four gilt bosses, and an ornament, with a 

bird chased 

2573 A horn, of ivory, carved with figures and crocodiles, the mouth- 

piece of horn 

2574 A pair of steel arm pieces, richly inlaid with gold in foliage, the 

gloves of gilt chain mail 

2575 A helmet, the crown jdated with silver and gold, and set with 

coloured stones, the rest with covering for the neck, of chain 
mail, with plates of steel covered with silver 

2576 Another, the crown of steel inlaid with gold, with neck covering 

of very fine chain partly gilt 

2577 Another, the crown of dead steel inlaid with gold, with bar for 

the face and three plume holders, with neck guard of fine 
chain partly gilt 

2578 A battle-axe, the staff embossed with flowers and gilt, the blade 

inlaid with gold 

2579 A scimitar, the blade and hilt inlaid with gold, the sheath 

mounted with silver-gilt 

2580 A short sword, with ivory handle, silver mounted and set with 

coral, the sheath mounted with chased silver 

2581 A dagger, with broad blade, the sheath and handle covered with 

chased silver, and set with coral 

2582 A battle-axe, with knife-shaped blade, the staff with an elephant's 

head inlaid with gold, the mountings of the sheath chased 
and gilt 

2583 An axe, with curious broad blade, the handle covered with gold 

2584 A spear, with chased blade, the socket inlaid with gold 



End of Twentieth Days Sale. 



Twenty-first Days Sale, 



On THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1855, 



AT ONE O CLOCK PRECISELY. 



ARMOUR. 

SWORDS. 

2585 A dress sword, with triangular blade, the flat pierced shell and 

pommel inlaid with gold and silver 

2586 Another, with blue steel shell grip and pommel, inlaid with 

flowers in gold ; the blade is engraved 

2587 ANOTHER, the blade covered with en^ravingf, the figures of the 

twelve apostles and other subjects, the steel pommel and shell 
guard have figures embossed in silver 

2588 Another, in a scabbard with gilt mountings, pierced shell and 

pommel embossed with figures ; on the blade is " En 
cherchant I'honneur je trouve la mort" 

2589 Another, with flat shell guard hilt and pommel of russet steel, 

embossed with flowers and ornaments ; the blade is pierced 
and ornamented and partly gilt 

2590 A sword, in a sheath, like a swordstick, engraved with animals 

2591 A sword, with broad blade, engraved *' Monier a Besancon Vive 

le Roy regiment de Renepont " ; the boxwood handle is carved 
with a dog's head ; the leather sheath contains a knife and 
fork, the handles carved as dogs' heads 



223 

2592 A sword, with brass pommel, hilt and shell guard, embossed with 

crest of a boar surrounded by the garter, a coronet above 

2593 A dress sword, with bayonet blade, steel pommel, and flat shell 

guard, pierced and chased with the crest of a swan 

2594 A sword, the hilt, pommel, and shallow shell guard are chased 

with St. George and the dragon and other subjects ; the 
Solingen blade is inscribed " Pro aris et focis — pro Christo et 
patria" 

2595 Another, the hilt, pommel, and shell guard are gilt and chased 

with portraits of Charles I. and his queen ; the blade is 
inscribed 

2596 A dress sword, in a silver-mounted sheath, the grip, pommel, and 

shell embossed with trophies, &c. 

2597 Another, the pommel, shell guard, and mountings of the sheath 

are embossed with figures; the blade is inscribed " Coulaux 
Freres Manufacteur Royale a Klingenthal '' 

2598 A dress sword, the pommel, hilt, and shell guard embossed with 

mythological figures; the blade engraved 

2599 A fighting sword, with broad blade ; inscribed "Johannes Wundes 

— Soli Deo gloria" 

2600 A dress sword, the pommel and pierced shell guard chased with 

equestrian figures ; the blade is inscribed 

2601 Another, with Dresden Cliina grip, the gilt steel hilt embossed 

with flowers, the blade engraved 

2602 A pair of rapier daggers, one with serrated blade, with ring and 

hollow for the thumb 

2603 A couteau de chasse, with straight broad blade, engraved with a 

German almanack and the date 1686, buckhorn handle and 
shell guard 

2604 Another, nearly similar, with the maker's name, and date 

1660 

2605 Another, with carved ivory handle, and silver shell guard and 

mounting, chased with figures ; the blade is inscribed " Gerrit 
Binghorst, Amsterdam" 

2606 Another, with agate grip, and chased silver shell guard and 

mouiitinor 



224 

2G07 Another, the handle and shell guard of silver, chased with hunting 
trophies 

2608 Another, the shell guard, handle, and mounting of the sheath 

of black steel, chased and inlaid with gold ; the blade is in- 
scribed " Thinot a la Haye" 

2609 A powerful hunting knife, the leather sheath mounted with brass, 

the handle inlaid with ivory 

2610 A couteau de chasse, the leather sheath silver mounted, with a 

knife and fork with ivory handles, carved with boys and 
flowers, the handle of ivory, carved with a lion's head, with 
silver shell guard 

2611 Another, the leather sheath embossed with animals and an in- 

scription, and silver mounted, the ivory handle is carved with 
subjects ; the blade is inscribed " Rambald Comes Travisii — 
Unica Mens" 

2612 A Spanish hunting dagger, with a small knife in the sheath, with 

inscribed broad blade ; and a couteau de chasse, the steel hilt 
embossed with silver ; the blade has been engraved 

2613 A hunting sword, with broad blade, in a leather sheath, steel 

mounted, which contains seven hunting instruments, the handle 
of russet steel, inlaid with gold 

2614 A Set of Ten Hunting Instruments, in red leather sheath ; 

the blades are engraved 

2615 An executioner's sword, with short broad blade, the long handle 

studded with bone, the cross guard with animals* heads ; it 
has the original leather sheath, which is embossed with fleurs- 
de-lys 

2616 A powerful fighting sword, with curved guard, and three rings 

embossed with silver, as well as the flat pommel. A fine 
s'pecimen 

2617 A very long fighting sword, with pierced cup hilt, and curved 

cross guard, the pommel formed in the shape of a helmet 

2618 A rapier, with broad blade, and inscribed, the pierced cup hilt 

with four medallions of lions, swept guard, and plain pommel 

2619 Another, with engraved cup and swept hilt, and cross guard, the 

pommel spirally fluted ; the blade is inscribed 



225 

2G20 A rapier, with four-edged blade, ihu cup with foliage, beautifidly 
pierced, swept hilt and straight cross guard, and the original 
sheath 

26*21 A powerful fighting sword, the cup beautifully chased and pierced 
with flowers, the pommel chased with figures, with swept 
hilt and chased guards ; the blade is inrcribed " Pace porto 
Guera Cercho" (See illustration.) 

2622 A rapier, the shallow cup, cross guard, and pommel chased wiih 

foliage 

2623 Another, the cup pierced in foliage, with swept hilt and scroll 

cross guard 

2624 Another, the cup pierced in lines of foliage, straight cross guard, 

and chased pommel 

2625 A two-handed sword, with straight cross guard and plain pommel 

2626 A German fighting sword, with straight cross guard and flat 

pommel, studded with silver, the blade very broad at the hilt, 
and tapering to the point 

2627 A sabre, the steel grip and cross guard terminating in eagles' 

heads ; each side, near the fluted blade, is chased with a coat 
of arms 

2628 A curious two-handed sword, with long bayonet-shaped blade, the 

straight cross guard curved at each end 

2629 A French small sword, with Dresden grip, the hilt and pommel 

chased and gilt, in a velvet sheath, mounted with metal gilt 

2630 A youth's dress sword, the grip, pommel, cross, and sheath, ar^ 

cased in silver, elaborately chased 



DAGGERS, &c. 

2631 A DAGGER, the handle and mountings of the sheath of steel, 

exquisitely chased and partly gilt — similar to Lot 2675 

2632 Another, with agate handle, silver mounted 

2633 A very small dirk, the handle a female figure in silver ; it sciews 

into an ebony sheath, mounted with silver 

2634 One, the handle of ruby glass, metal mounted 

Q 



22G 

2635 A SET OF FOUR HUNTING KNIVES, mounted with 

silver, enamelled with coats of arms and inscriptions ; the 
leather case is engraved with figures and iascription 

2636 A CASE, WITH TWO HUNTING KNIVES, with silver 

handles, enorraved and inscribed on one side "Ave Maria 
gratia plena dns-te;" and on the other "Memento mei mater 
dei ; " the leather case is embossed with birds and coats of 
arms 

GUNS. 

2637 A wheel-lock rifle, with case for charges: the stock is inlaid with 

ivory, in classical and scriptural subjects; some of the figures 
are in the costume of the time 

2638 A matchlock gun, the stock inlaid with birds in ivory — about 

1610 

2639 A wheel-lock rifle, with case for charges, the stock inlaid with 

ivory engraved ; on a shield are engraved a coat of arms, sur- 
rounded by " Marquaidus Von Hanstein zu Weilbach," 
and the date 1605 

2640 A matchlock gun, 5 ft. 2 in. long, inlaid with animals in mother- 

o'-pearl and brass ; the lock is engraved with animals, and 
inscribed " Kiobenhaun " — about 1620 

2641 Another, 5 ft. 1 in. long, inlaid with brass, mother-o'-pearl, and 

ivory 

2642 A wheel-lock carbine, with case for charges, the stock inlaid with 

ivory, engraved witii figures in costume, and other subjects — 
about 1600 

2643 Another, inlaid with mother-o'-pearl and ivory, and engraved 

with figures of sportsmen : there is a whistle in engraved ivory 
at the end of the butt, and on the reverse side to the lock is 
a stop for the cock — about 1600 

2644 A SHORT WHEEL-LOCK RIFLE, with case for charges: 

the barrel and the lock are of blued steel, beautifully 
ornamented with embossed silver and partly gilt, the stock is 
inlaid with mother-o'-pearl aud ivor}^ engraved with figures 
in costume — about 1580 



227 

2615 A wheel-lock carbine, withVase for charores : the lock is encfraved, 
the barrel is of dark blue steel, and has been ornanaented with 
figures in gold, the stock is inlaid with mother-o'-pearl and 
ivory, engraved with figures in Bohemian costume — about 
1580 

2646 A short stick-shaped gun, with flint lock and plain steel mount- 

ings ; a sword is contained in the stock, which is inlaid with 
animals in ivory — abont 1680 

2647 An Italian flint gun, the barrel inscribed with the maker's name ; 

the stock minutely inlaid with brass and mother-o'-pearl 

2648 One, with matchlock and wheel- lock, inlaid with gold, the barrel 

chased with a coat of arms, and surmounted by a coronet and 
scrolls, and the date 1536 ; the stock has a case for charges, 
and is covered with ivory, engraved with classical figures and 
arabesques 

2649 A wheel-lock rifle, the stock of red wood, with case for charges, 

inlaid with engraved ivory and with brass ornaments; on the 
barrel is the date 1G06 

2650 A matchlock gun, the barrel and lock beautifully chased with 

scroll work, which has been gilt, and inscribed " Got und dein 
Willichtein, 1546;" the stock, with case for charges, ir.laid 
with ivory 

2651 A long flint gun, the barrel mounted with silver, chased with 

masks; it is stamped on two gold marks with the word 
" Pistoia," under a coronet and a lion ; the stock is carved 
with scrolls, and the butt covered partly with steel, pierced 
and chased with portraits 

2652 A blunderbuss, the russet barrel inlaid with wreaths of flowers in 

gold, and chased with trophies, and the word " London ;" the 
stock inlaid, and mounted with chased silver ; the name 
"Wilson," on the lock 

PISTOLS. 

2653 A matchlock pistol, the stock inlaid with ivory and mother-o'- 

pearl, the barrel is embossed with figures, which have been 
formerly gilt 

q2 



228 

2654 A wheel-lock pistol, 32 in. long, the stock inlaid with brass and 

engraved rnother-o'-pearl, the barrel is fluted and engraved 

2655 Another, 32 in. long, inlaid with figures in costume, animals and 

other ornaments in ivory and mother-o'-pearl, the barrel and 
the lock engraved and chased. A very fine specimen 

2656 Another, 32 in. long, the stock inlaid with brass and mother-o'- 

pearl, the barrel has been engraved 

2657 A small wheel-lock rifle, 2 ft. 6 in. long, with case for charges, 

the stock inlaid with brass and mother-o'-pearl, the barrel 
inlaid with brass 

2658 A LONG WHEEL- LOCK PISTOL, the barrel and lock 

minutely chased in Italian taste, and inlaid with gold, the stock 
and hexagonal butt inlaid with ivory, engraved with figures in 
costume, and with figures, animals, and heads, in mother-o'- 
pearl 

2659 A wheel-lock pislol, with steel stock, and catch for the girdle, 

the butt, Avhich is made to contain charges, is chased and 
gilt 

2660 A brace of pistols, with plain steel stocks and catches for the girdle ; 

the locks partly engraved, and the armoury mark B K ; the 
stocks are hollow for charges and winder 

2661 A SINGLE ONE, very curious, the whole of the barrel and 

steel stock are very minutely and beautifully chased with 
foliage; it has a steel catch, and the butt is of uncommon 
shape 

2662 Another, small, the stock inlaid with heads and animals in ivory 

2663 Another, curious, with double-barrel, and wheel-locks above and 

below, with stop locks, the stock and butt inlaid with ivory ; 
on the barrels are the initials H. S., and the date 1544 

2664 Another, single-barrel, the stock inlaid with mother-o'-pearl and 

ivory, engraved with figures in the costume of the time of 
Charles IX. 

2665 Another, with snap-haunce lock, engraved, and barrel also en- 

graved and banded 

2666 A rifle pistol, with wheel-lock, engraved, and with a winder, the 

stock inlaid with mother-o'-pearl and brass 



229 

2667 One, with self-priming flint lock, the barrel and mountings 

beautifully chased with foliage in high relief 

2668 A brace of flint locks, the barrels chased with Hercults and the 

Hydra, the steel mountings chased with masks and figures 

2669 A long pistol, the stock inlaid with scrollwork of silver, and richly 

mounted with chased silver 

2670 A brace of Highland pistols, by David Dunbar, with engraved 

' steel stocks, and catches for the girdle 

2671 A BRACE OF LONG PISTOLS, BY LAZARINO 

COMINARO, with engraved and fluted barrels : the stocks 
inlaid with steel, with hunting subjects of very minute work ; 
the locks are chased — one imperfect 

2672 ANOTHER BRACE, BY THE SAME: the barrels, locks, 

ramrods, and steel mountings beautilully chased with ara- 
besque ornaments; the stocks partially carved 

2673 A LONG WHEEL-LOCK PISTOL, BY' THE SAME: 

the lock beautifully chased, and the stock inlaid with minute 
arabesques in steel 

2674 A brace of wheel-lock pistols, with engraved barrels ; the stocks 

inlaid with ivory, engraved with masks and heads 

2675 A BRACE OF SUPERB PISTOLS: the ends of the barrels 

of blue steel, embossed with classical figures in gold ; the locks, 
mountings, and the breeches of the barrels are exquisitely 
chased with subjects from Ovid — each pistol difierent ; the 
stocks, of light coloured wood, are beautifully carved and 
inlaid with gold ; the cocks are inscribed " Les la Roche aux 
Gallerie du Louvre;" the hammers are chased with the 
head of Louis XVL 



POWDER FLASKS. 

2676 One, of steel, for a wheel-lock gun, with the winder attached 

2677 Another, for a wheel-lock gun, with winder, engraved with an 

equestrian figure, and scroll work ; partly gilt 

2678 One, of buckhorn, carved with the Last Judgment, and mounted 

with silver 



230 

2679 One, of metal, with a chasing of the Judgment of l^aris 

2680 One, of wood, with figures stag hunting, inlaid with ivory 

2681 One, a stag's horn, covered with seal skin, and mounted with 

openwork steel ; and one, covered with embossed leather 

2682 One, of embossed leather, fluted ; and one, covered with pierced 

steel 

2683 The covering of a powder flask, of metal, chased with figures, and 

enamelled in colours 

2684 A cartouch box, of wood and ivory ; and a flask, of embossed 

leather, fluted 

2685 A flask, and cartouch box, with the arms of Saxony, in steel 

openwork 

2686 A flask, with the arms of Saxony, in steel openwoik ; and a car- 

touch box, engraved with the arms 

2687 A flask, carved with a spearman, and a bullet bag attached 

2688 A powder flask, with a chasing of the Judgment of Paris; and a 

winder, for a wheel-lock gun, beautifully chased 

2689 One, carved with a spearman, the steel work beautifully chased 

with scrolls, and the cartouch bag attached 

2691 A winder, for a wheel-lock gun, chased with foliage; a powder 

flask, inlaid with mother-o'-pearl ; and a set of bandeliers 
and be It 

HELMETS. 

2692 A VERY FINE BOURGUINOT, with plume holder, hooks, 

and screws for fastening on the tilting pieces: it opens in two 
parts in front, and has a high beaded comb, the visor and 
beaver are embossed with scrolls and lines — the date about 
1530 

2693 Another, having a door in the visor, and its screw, nuts, and 

fastenings — its date from 1510 to 1520 

2694 A fine helmet, the comb with a twisted edge ; it has its original 

fastenings — date about 1500 

2695 A helmet, with fluted visor, the ridge is flattish, and approaches 

the Salade form ; it has its original steel fastenings — date 
about 1470 or 1480 



231 

2H96 A FINE BOURGUINOT, with gorget, attaclu'd ; it has the 

original plume holder and visor hook^ the con>b is rather high 

— date about. 1540 
2G97 A FINE HELMET, with peaked visor and twisted edges; it 

has only a ridge on the crown, and ornamented with lines at 

the bottom — date 1480 or 1490 

2698 A SINGULAR TILTING BOURGUINOT, fluted: the 

outer visor has a grotesque nose and moustache, the inner 
visor of openwork, the comb twisted — the date about 1480 to 
1490. {See illustration) 

2699 A plain tilting helmet, with a high comb, and two extra tilting 

pieces for the beaver and mantoniere; the original steel 
fastenings are attached to it — date between 1520 and 1515 

2700 Another, engraved, with its beaver and visor, and shifting plates 

for the neck ; the plume holder is at the side, and the original 
ornamented nuts and screws are attached — about 1490 to 
1500 

2701 A VERY FINE TILTING BOURGUINOT, with a high 

comb, russet and gold, channelled and engraved^ the chin 
piece opens in two ; it has a plume holder and all its fastenings 
— date between 1510 and 1540 

2702 A FRENCH HELMET, OF THE FINEST CHA- 

RACTER, with a remarkable visor, perforated and fluted, 
the comb high and beaded ; it has its original plume holder 
and screws, which are ornamented ; it is inlaid with gold, and 
engraved with hunting subjects and inscriptions, the bottom 
plates of the helmet have the holes for fastening it to the breast 
and back plates — date between 1560 and 1580 

2703 A very fine morion, beautifully engraved with medallions and 

trophies, and inlaid with gold; there are projecting points 
round the bottom, the peaks are richly engraved, the plume 
holder is embossed — date about 1550 

2704 A fine open casque; the triple ridges embossed and chased with 

figures and inlaid with gold, with embossed ear pieces ; of 
Italian make — between 1530 and 1550 



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2705 A plain morion, without comb ; the original brass ornaments and 

rivets are of fine character— between 1530 and 1550 

2706 An open casque, with embossed ear pieces — between 1540 and 

1550 

2707 A helmet, with a grooved flat comb, with hold for the crest, 

the visor is peaked and fluted ; it has moveable back plates, 
and is of very particular shape in the skull part — between 
1460 and 1480 

2708 A fine large helmet, opening in two halves, with a falling 

beaver barred and ornamented with lines — about 1540. 
This helmet is engraved in Grose s Military Antiquities, 
plate 4 

COMPLETE SUITS. 

2709 A SUPERB CAP A PIE SUIT, beautifully channelled and 

engraved : the helmet with a ridge, visor, and beaver, gorget 
with lapping plates, right and left pauldrons and braces, 
armlets and gauntlets, back and breast plates with faces and 
tassets and lance rest, cuisses, and jambs, the boots of chain 
mail with steel toes ; a roundel is attached to the right arm, 
of rather a different pattern, ajupon and shirt of chain mail 
beneath; the engraving has been formerly gilt — probably 
Italian — about 1530. {See illustration^ 

The following pieces are the same pattern as the foregoing suit. 

2710 AMENTONIERE,BREASTPLACART, TASSETS, AND 

MANTEAU D'ARMES, engraved and chased, the manteau 
with lions' heads within squares 

27 1 1 A small mentoniere ; a left shoulder piece, with pass guard ; a 

guard de bras for left elbow ; and a part of a chanfron 

2712 An open casque, with one ear piece and high comb 

2713 A helmet, of a light dress kind, without beaver, and a crest holder 

to affix to it 

2714 A VERY FINE CIRCULAR SHIELD, embossed with 

rampant lions in four divisions, and gilt 



233 

2715 A SUPERB CAP A PIE SUIT, of fluted armour, of globose 

form, with salade-shaped helmet opening at the chin, with 
barred visor_, gorget, arm pieces, and gauntlets, back and 
breast plates with faces, the gussets fluted, cuisses, jambs, and 
square-toed sollerets and spurs, and shirt of chain mail ; the 
lance rest wanting — German — about 1510 

2716 A Cap a Pie Suit, of plain armour, with fluted edges : the 

helmet with low ridge, of curious form, and neckpiece attached, 
beaver, gorget, panldrons with braces and pass guards, 
arm pieces and gauntlets, back and breast plates with taces, 
tassets, and lance rest, solid cuisses and jambs, with square- 
toed sollerets ; the belt has a curious chain for attaching the 
sword — probably Spanish — about 1520 

2717 Another Cap a Pie Suit, of plain armour, of globose form; 

consisting of helmet of salade form, with fluted ridge and visor, 
gorget, back and breast plates, with taces and tassets and 
lance rest, pauldrons with pass guards and braces, arm 
pieces and gauntlets, solid cuisses, and jambs, with square- 
toed sollerets — about 1520 

2718 A Cap a Pie Suit, of plain armour; consisting of helmet with 

visor, gorget, back and breast plates with taces and tassets, 
right arm piece and gauntlet, left pauldron, with braces and 
arm pieces, and massive tilting gauntlet and guard bras for 
the elbow, cuisses, jambs, and stirrup sollerets ; this suit has 
a manteau d'armes with spike, and painted with a coat of 
arms, and a plain roundel for the right shoulder ; it has the 
original leather and silk belt for the sword — about 1540 



End of Twenty-first Days Sale. 



Twenty -second Days Sale. 
On TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 1855, 

AT ONE o'clock PRECISELY. 



VENETIAN GLASS. 

2719 A small two-handled cup, with masks and bosses, and blue rim 

2720 A small essence ewer, on metal stand 

2721 Another, with bosses and blue ornaments on the handle 

2722 A glass, on tall elegant openwork stem, partly of blue glass 

2723 A tall glass and cover, on open stem 

2724 A glass, on stem, ornamented with a flower and leaves 

2725 A vessel, in the form of a bunch of grapes, with upright spout, 

and bird's head above 

2726 A tall drinking glass, with two bands, and gilt edge 

2727 Another, with curious openwork stem 

2728 A goblet and cover, on stem, of blue glass, with waved surface 

2729 A fine large flat tazza, on stem, enamelled with foliage and 

arabesques, partly gilt — 9^ in, high 

2730 A plate, delicately engraved with terminal figures, masks, and 

festoons — 10^ in. diameter 

2731 One, smaller, with a shield of arms in the centre 

2732 A tazza, with a shield of arms in the centre, on stem, with masks 

which have been gilt 

2733 A glass, on elaborate openwork twisted stem, with blue ornaments 

— 14 in. high 




2877 




3 3 06 



2936 



3298 



235 

2734 Another, nearly similar. (See illustration) 

2735 Another, niounlecl, with silver stand — 1 3 in. high 

2736 A tazza, enamelled with three figures, on stem, with masks 

partly gilt, mounted on silver-gilt embossed stand — 7 in. 
high 

VENETIAN VITRO Dl TRINA. 

2737 A two-handled tazza 

2378 A goblet, with bulb ornaments beneath 

2739 A goblet, with diagonal stripes of white 

2740 A low goblet, with broad stripes 

27 11 A taller goblet, with raised ribbon stripes 

2742 Another, with laced stripes 

2743 A small globular vessel, wiih upright handle, and rings, and 

stripes of different colours 

2744 A glass, on stem, with diagonal lacework 

2745 An elegant glass, on stem, with crossed stripes 

2746 A low circular vessel, with diagonal stripes, of blue and wreen, 

and metal handle 

2747 A glass, on stem, with diagonal stripes 

2748 A flat vase, and cover, on stem, with horizontal stripes 

2749 A tazza, with two blue handles, and yellow stripes beneath the 

lip 

2750 A globular vase and cover, on stem, with delicate crossed stripes 

2751 A glass, on stem, with laced stripes 

2752 A bocale, with laced stripes 

2753 A two-handled tazza, with blue stripes 

2754 A tazza, with blue twisted stripes 

2755 A glass, on stem, with diagonal stripes 

2756 A oroblet, on stem, with stripes on the bowl 

2757 A tazza, with crimson diagonal stripes 

2758 A two-handled tazza, with very delicate stripes 

2759 A globular vase and cover, on stem-, with stripes and laced work 

2760 A globular vessel, with boss ornaments, and upright handle 

2761 A bocale, with stripes 

2762 A ooblet, in the form of a boot, with spurs, and zigzag ornaments 



236 

2763 A vase and cover, with trellis stripes 

2764 A small goblet, with crimson stripes 

2765 A tazza, on stem, with white bands, gilt 

2766 A bocale, with diagonal stripes 

2767 A globiilar small bottle ; and a small bottle and cover 

2768 A goblet, of thick glass, with coloured laced stripes 

2769 An essence bottle, with yellow diagonal stripes, on three mask feet 

2770 A bocale, with close diagonal stripes 

2/71 An ewer, with handle, with broad festoons of white 

2772 Two goblets, with pink stripes; and one, with blue stripes — 

imperfect 

2773 A small jar and cover, with laced stripes 

2774 A globular vase and cover, on stem, with upright stripes, and 

bosses on the cover 

2775 A drinking glass, with boss ornaments on the bowl, mounted with 

metal handle 

2776 A two-handled vase, with upright stripes and laced bands 

2777 A bocale, with diagonal stripes — 9 in. high 

2778 A tall globular bottle, with laced upright bands — 10 in. high 

2779 A tazza, on stem, with diagonal lines — 10 in. diameter 

2780 A tall goblet and cover, on stem, with diapered surface 

2781 A tazza, on stem, with two handles, with broad stripes and laced 

bands 

2782 A tall goblet and cover, on stem, with laced bands 

2783 An elegant ewer, with handle, with broad stripes and ribbon 

bands 

2784 A drinking glass, on circular open stem, with geranium flowers 

in the centre — 11 in. high 

2785 A low vase, cover, and stand, with diagonal flutings, and bands of 

zigzag — extreme diameter 20 in. 

2786 A bottle, in the form of a pistol — 16 in. long 

SCHMELZE. 

2787 A pair of small ewers, with ornamented handles, of opal colour 

2788 A small vase, the lip compressed on each side, with two ornament- 

ed handles, of opal.. (^See illustration) 



237 

2789 A Clip, in imitation of gold porphyry 

2790 An oval nautilus-shaped tazza, on stem of opal glass — 6 in. high 

2791 A beautiful vase, with handle and spout, of ruby, waved with 

green and other colours — 12^ in. high 

OPALISED. 

2792 A glass, on tall openwork stem — 9^ in. high 

2793 A glass, with curious leaf-shaped curved lip, on stem — 8 in. 

high 

2794 A cup, on stem 

2795 A candlestick, on fluted stem and plinth — 9 in. high 

2796 A flat tazza, of yellow and other colours — S^in. diameter 

2797 Two cups — green 

2798 Two cups, with gold 

2799 A small tazza ; and a pair of small globular vessels 

2800 A teapot and ewer, gold with green handle 

2801 A fluted basin, of rich colour and gold 

2802 A small cup ; a small bottle ; and a globular stand 

2803 A small barrel-shaped vessel, red and white 

FROSTED VENETIAN GLASS. 

2804 A bocale, with lions' heads in relief — gilt — 8^ in. high 

2805 Another, similar, with gilt band round the edge — Sin. high 

2806 A beautiful large ewer, with straight spout and scroll handle; 

and basin — the basin 13| in. diameter 

2807 A vase, of elegant form, with masks, festoons, and flutings in 

relief — Sg in. high 

2808 A circular flat vessel, with upright handle in rings — bosses and 

bands on the side 

2809 A small low ewer, with white bands 

GERMAN GLASS. 

2810 A goblet and cover, on stem, engraved with the arms of Saxony 

2811 A tall weinstock green glass — 14 in. high 

2812 A tall goblet, on stem, with cover, with arms and inscription, 

gilt 



238 

2813 Another, with Inndscape in Indian ink — 13 in. high 

2814 A goblet and cover, of green glass, engraved with imperial arms 

2815 A deep blue bottle, engraved with arms, and inscribed " Rudolf, 

H. v., 1672" 

2816 A quart hock glass, with Cupid seated on a barrel, and inscrip- 

tion — 8:^ in. high 

2817 An oval ruby flat glass, enamelled, with inscription in white 

2818 A green flat glass, with indented lip 

2819 A green weinstock glass — 9 in. high 

2820 A blue ditto— 10 in. high 

2821 A large green hock glass, with inscription — imperfect — 10 in. high 

2822 Another, with arms 

2823 Another, engraved with huntsmen — 10 in. high 

2824 A very tall glass, with portrait of a queen — 13 in. 

2825 A goblet, on stem, with cover, engraved with a view of Hirschberg 

2826 A tall ribbed bocale, with inscriptions and wreaths of leaves — 

12 in. high 

2827 A glass and cover, on foot, with medallion of Philip IV., and 

three coats of arms — 10 in. hi^h 

2828 A glass, on foot, with Cupid and devices, " Tout pour I'amour"' 

— 9 in. high 

2829 A tall glass, on rich figured stem, with shields of arms, and 

figures; and a spoon and fork — imperfect 

2830 A glass, on tall stem, with a bishop's arms, surrounded by vines — 

lOi in. high 

2831 Another, on high ornamental stem, with figures of birds, and coats 

of arms- — 11 in. high 

2832 A very tall glass, with arms of the Holy Roman Empire, and 

Eleeiorate, 1655 — 16 in. high 

2833 A tall glass and cover, on foot, with a seaport and figures — 17^ in. 

2834 Another, blue, inscribed " Floreat Domus Palatina," and arms — 

17^ in. high 

2835 A very tall glass, on twisted stem, with Bacchus seated on a 

barrel with grapes — 17 in. high 

2836 A tall glass and cover, on stem, with the Emperor Leopold, and 

inscription — 1 7 in. high 



239 

2S37 Another, with a boar hunt — 16 in. high 

2838 A tall Venetian glass and ribbed cover, with twisted handle and 

stem, of green and white, with shield of arms — 15 in. high 

2839 Another, on elegant twisted stem, with birds' heads and green 

combs — 14J in. high 

2840 Another, nearly similar 



ENAMELLED GERMAN GLASS. 

2841 A bottle, with the arms of the Holy Roman Empire, the Cruci- 

fixion on the centre of the eagle, 1576 — 11 in. high 

2842 A bocale, with horsemen, and two shields of arms — 'IHin. 

high 

2843 Another, with a lady in a white dress, and shield of arms in 

wreaths — 12 in. high 

2844 A vidercom, with different trades, in compartments, inscribed 

" Hieronymuss Fisscher, 1679 " — 12 in. high 

2845 Another, with the arms of the Holy Roman Empire, and inscrip- 

tion, 1661 — 11^ in. high 

2846 Another, and cover, light green, with the Fichtel Giberge, and 

animals, with inscriptions, 1664 — 13 in. high 

2847 A vidercom, with a German Emperor, surrounded by the Seven 

Electors, verses beneath, 1601 — Hi in. hish 

2848 Another, with cover, and arms of the Holy Roman Empire, 1625 

— 12 in. high 

2849 A jug, with glass cover, with Christ and the woman of Samaria, 

the text inscribed, 1652 — 13 in. high 

2850 A bocale, with arms of Johannes Schemdt, 1602 — 11^ in. high 

2851 Another, with arms of Roccho Grasl, 1603 — 10^ in. high 

2852 A bocale, with the Fichtel Giberge 

2853 Another, with a lady in white, and shield of arms — 11 in. high 

2854 A vidercom and cover, with the rivers running from mountains, 

two figures behind, 16/6 — 12 in. high 

2855 Another, on foot, with cover, and two shields of arms — 12 in. high 



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GRTS DE FLANDRES. 

2856 A white jug, pewter-mounted, the surface reticulated, with drunken 

and dancing figures, masks and ornaments — dated 1589 — 
7i in. high 

2857 A curious brown and blue barrel-shaped vessel, pewter-mounted, 

with ornaments and coats of arms round, and two large coats 
with oval wreaths, IF. V. and H. V. inscribed — 6 in. high 
'2858 A small blue and white mug, with chequers and C. R., with a 
crown — 3| in.- high 

2859 A curious square bottle, with blue and brown rude ornaments — 

dated 1618—7 in. high 

2860 A white jug, reticulated with ornaments, heads, &c., with origi- 

nal silver mounting and lid — dated 1589, on handle — 7^ in. 
high 

2861 A dark lava jug, with original metal-gilt ornamented mountings, 

the lid engraved T. S. — date perhaps about 1600 — 6 in. 
high 

2862 An ancient black leather luucr, with silver rim, and coat of arms 

— no date, probably about the time of James 11. — 6f in. high ; 
and one, wirh engraved silver lid 

2863 A curious glazed and coloured square earthenware vase, with 

metal tap, figures on horseback hunting, trees, &c. in relief, 
with masks and other ornaments — date perhaps about from 
1500 to 1530 — 8|in. high. Fery curious 

2864 A brown jug, with pewter lid, with two armorial bearings in 

ovals ; a pelican and young in the centre, supported by two 
griffins, masks, and other ornaments — dated 1599, and long 
inscription — 13 in. high 

2865 A gris jug, with pewter lid, blue and white, with a classical 

procession — dated 1 589, and initials I. E. — 14 in. high 

2866 Another, with pewter mounting, blue and white, masks and 

ornaments, and scriptural and historical subjects in arched 
compartments — dated 1622; an oval medallion, with in- 
scription and shield with device — 16 in. high 



241 

2S67 Another, with the handle of the lid formed of a figure of the 
Magdalen seated, with blue and white ornaments, and the 
Crucifixion in the centre — date about 1670 — 13i. in. high 

2868 A pewter jug and cover, embossed with three medallions of 
Patientia, Solertia, and Nonvi — 6iin. high 

2809 A blue, white, and brown jug, pewter mounted, with embossed 
ornaments and masks, and full coat of arms in front — no date 
— 15 in. high 

2870 A very large brown jug, with grey-bearded hend, three large 

coats of arms, and two smaller ; the imperial double eagle in 
the centre, the arms of England, and inscription of Elizabeth 
Hegina,, &c. — dated 1594— 14^ in. high 

2871 An English blue and white earthenware jug, with a little yellow- 

in the painting, with Prince of Wales's feathers, helmet, crest, 
and cypher, within shield — dated 1638 — pewter mount 'd^ — 
10 in. high 

2872 A carved wooden tankard, with emblematic medallions of Faith, 

Hope, and Charity, a hare hunt, &c. — no date — 7^ in. high 

2873 A brown jug, highly glazed, with figures of dancing boors, bag- 

pipers, &c. — dated 1576, with long inscriptions — 9 in. high. 

2874 A curious hour-glass shaped-brown jug, pewter mo\mted, with 

four double handles and four single, with pendant rings — date 
probably 1580 — 1 1 in. high 

2875 A brown jug, with pewter lid, and renaissance ornaments, with 

three coats of arms — dated 1 587 — 9 in. high 

2876 Another, with men holding shields of Electorate arms, under 

arches, with renaissance ornaments — dated 1602 — 11 in. high 

2877 A FINK Blue and White Gris de Flanders Jug, of very 

curious three-sided form, circle and half circle, with figures 
dancing, under the handle ; masks and ornaments at the 
top; under lip, a cypher and G. B. — dated 1602, with long 
inscription — 17^ in. high. (See illustration) 

2878 A circular glazed Delft tazza, on foot; marriage symbol, with 

six handles and coloured ornaments in rehef, hands united, 
birds, &c. within, P. P. C. anno 1656 — 6 in, diameter, ex- 
clusive of handles, and 2^ in. high 

R 



242 

2879 A VERY FINE Blue and White Gris Jug, pewter mounted. 

with an equestrian cavalcade, masks, ornaments, and long 
inscription— dated 1587 — 18^ in. high 

2880 A tall white cannette, pewter mounted, with scriptural and classi- 

cal subjects ; in the centre, date 1574 and armorial bearings, 
lion rampant, crest, helmet, &c., B. L V. — 17|in. high 

2881 A blue and white gris flat jug, pewter mounted, with figures, 

and many crests and coats of arms — dated 1601 — 15^ in. 
high 

2882 A curious white round jug, pewter mounted, with the Crucifixion 

and two other subjects : rude early — date probably from 1540 
to 1550—6^ in. high 



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Twenty-third Day's Sale. 



On WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1855, 

AT ONE o'clock PRECISELY. 



GERMAN GLASS. 

2883 A mug, with a gentleman and lady, and inscription in white — 

6a in. hi^h 

2884 A purple mug, with a medallion and arabesques — 6J in. high 

2885 A white opalised mug, with pewter lid, enamelled — 8^ in. high 

2886 A tankard, blue, with a lady and gentleman pledging each other, 

1601, with metal lid — 7 in. high 

2887 A blue bocale, with a sportsman shooting a stag — 6^ in. high 

2888 Another, with arms and cypher, 1678 

2889 A bocale, with figures feasting and musicians, with arabesque 

borders — 4^ in. high 

2890 One, with arms of George Frederick, Margraff of Brandenburg 

— 64 in. high 

2891 A glass, engraved with portrait of Barnevelt — 7\ in. high 

2892 One, with portrait of Cornelius de Guselaar, Pensioner of Dor- 

drecht 

2893 A cut mug and cover, with two subjects of fountains before 

chateaux, and arabesques — 8 in. high 

2894 A small cup, with a landscape, gilt — imperfect 

2895 A bocale and cover, with busts of Cosmo 111. and F'erdinand 

Duke of Tuscany, and arms — 9 in. high 

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244 

2896 One, with Cupid before a cask, and two landscapes, with in- 

scriptions, mounted with silver gilt — 8^ in. high 

2897 A mug, with two shields of arms engraved 

2898 A tumbler, with arabesques, and red and green gem bosses — 

4^ in. high 

2899 A mug, with cypher and coronet, mounted uith silver-gilt lid, on 

which is a medal of John Henry Duke of Saxony, 1500; 
a small gold coin of Frederick William Duke of Bran- 
denburg in the bottom — 7^ in. high 

2900 A pair of flat-sided bottles, engraved with arabesques — 10 in. high 

2901 A flat pilgrim's bottle, with two shields of arms enamelled, and 

rings for handles — 11 in. high 

2902 A small globular fluted jug, of blue glass — 7| in. high 

2903 A green cup, on stem, engraved with flowers 

2904 A small globular bottle, with painted neck, enamelled with two* 

shields of arms and scrolls 

2905 A fine bocale and cover, the surface waved, surmounted by the 

imperial eagle — 21 in. high. (See illustration) 

2906 A tall glass and cover on stem, engraved with a battle in a land- 

scape, and trophies on the cover — 21 in. high 

2907 Another, with imperial arms, inscribed Augustissima, Patronanza 

(probably for Maria Theresa) — 17 in. high 

2908 Another, with medallion of an elector, and a battle — J 8 in. high 

2909 A CURIOUS Globular Bottle, with tall neck: within is a 

group of three fruits on leaf stands, enamelled in colours, and 
a fruit forms the stopper — 21-^ in. high 

VENETIAN GLASS. 

2910 A glass, on openwork stem, with blue bosses 

2911 A scalloped glass, on openwork crested stem, blue on one 

side 

2912 A horn, of deep blue, with twisted bands of white, raised 

2913 A large flat glass, delicately engraved with scrolls, on openwork 

blue stem 

2914 A green glass, on twisted stem 



245 

2915 A scalloped glass^ with bands raised, on embossed stem 

2916 A tall four scalloped glass, engraved with arabesques 

2917 Another, lower, with spiral red line in stem 

2918 A tall glass, on stem, with Diana and Bellona, and elaborate 

arabesque borders — 6^ in. high 

2919 One, engraved with a princess and shield of arms 

2920 One, richly engraved with scrolls — 6^ in. high 

2921 An oblong basin and hexagonal ewer, with small landscapes, 

arms, and arabesques of minute design — length of ewer 7| in. 

2922 A chalice, on stem, engraved I. H. S, — 6| in, high 

2923 An oval-shaped glass, with landscapes engraved 

2924 A small square jar and cover, with figures, arms, and arabesques 

2925 A tazza, on stem, with delicate waved cup 

2926 Another, delicately engraved with frieze of animals and trees, 

with German inscription, 1599 

2927 A glass, in the form of a beehive, mounted with metal bell — 

7iin. high 

2928 A glass, mounted with silver sphere with a die in it, a figure 

of Fortune above — 9 in. high 

2929 A vessel in the form of an elephant, with blue edges 

2930 A globular glass and cover, with a marine globe inside, enamelled, 

"with a fish — 8iin, high 

2931 A jug, with very curious double fluted spout, ornamented with 

bands, blue bosses on the handle — 9 in. high 

2932 A globular vase and cover, with projecting drop ornaments of 

red, blue, and green 

2933 A hght blue drinking glass, on embossed metal stem — 9 in. high 

2934 A very elegant flat-sided bottle, with raised leaf ornaments, 

enamelled between white stripes mounted with silver — 10^ in. 
high. (See illustration) 

2935 A vessel, in the form of a sceptre, of deep blue, with openwork 

ornaments on the top, the bottom mounted with pewter — 
12 in. long 

2936 A tall glass, the cover surmounted by a seaport, on stem formed 

of a pelican, with blue crest and wings — 18 in. long. {See 
illustration) 



246 

'2937 A horn-sliaped glass, with embossed rings, mounted with silver 
bell at the end; on the silver rim is inscribed " Qui tient y 
boil," and date 1595; French inscriptions scratched on the 
glass 

2938 A horn-shaped glass waved with white lines and two blue rings 
— width of arc 13 in. 



VITRO DI TRINA. 

2939 A small jar ; and a globular bottle, with waved lines 

2940 A two-handled flat bottle, with stripes oi' laced ornaments — 12 in. 

hiorh 

2941 A square vessel, with broad stripes 

2942 A bocale, with two white bands, and flutings below 

2943 A glass, on openwork twisted stem of blue and white — 12^ in^ 

high 

2944 A finebocale, with upright stripes and mask handles— 12 in. high 
2915 A superb ewer and basin, with lines of lacework, the ewer with 

indented edge and straight handle — the basin 14^ in. dia- 
meter 

2946 A tall glass and cover, on stem, with fine stripes and laced lines 

— 15 in. high 

2947 A tazza, on stem, with laced stripes 

2948 A jug and cover, with spiral lines, a flower in relief, inside — 9| in. 

high 

2949 A tazza, on stem, with crossed lines 

2950 A goblet and cover, striped with white, on stem ornamented with 

masks and festoons — 10-^ in. high 

2951 A basin, with delicate crossed lines — 9 in. diameter 

2952 An elegant tazza, with indented edges, on stem 

2953 A mug, with handle, blue chain band round the surface, and 

raised ornaments 
295d A tazza, on stem, with spiral lines — 6i in. diameter 

2955 One, with spiral crossed lines — 7 in. diameter 

2956 One, with rope ornaments, raised — 6 in. diameter 

2957 One, with laced lines — G^in. diameter 



247 

2958 A glass, on stem, with coloured stripes 

2959 A vessel, in the form of a porpoise. {See illustration) 

2960 A flagon, striped with turquoise and white, with a mask in relief 

— 10 ill. high 

2961 A globular vase, with maroon and white stripes — 8 in. high 

2962 A tall glass, on stem, with pink stripes 

2963 A square bottle, with blue and white stripes and flutings 

2964 An elegant flat-sided bottle, with blue and red stripes, partly 

gilt — 10 in. high 

2965 A bocale, with red and blue diagonal stripes — 6iin. high 

2966 Another, with purple, blue, and yellow stripes— 6f in. 

2967 Another, with red and blue stripes — 6 in. high 

2968 One, nearly similar — 6| in, high 

2969 A cannette, with handle, blue and white diagonal stripes, with 

mask in the front, pewter lid — 9^ in. high 

2970 A bocale, with blue and white diagonal stripes — 8 in. high 

2971 Another, similar, with masks in relief — imperfect — S^in. high 

2972 A large dish, with crossed spiral lines — 16 in. diameter 

RUBY GLASS, 

2973 A goblet, with birds and flowers, on ball feet ; and a small pur- 

ple decanter 

2974 Atazza, the border engraved with arabesques, deep crimson — 

7^ in. diameter 

2975 One, larger, with flowers and arms, inscribed M. S. S. G. B. — 9 in. 

diameter 

2976 A fluted tazza, of rich orange colour 

2977 A goblet, crimson, spirally fluted, on stem, embossed with masks 

and festoons 

2978 A very curious ornament, pyramidal oval, on stem, gilt — 9 in. high 

2979 A fluted upright bottle, of rich deep colo\ir, the surface coarsely 

frosted — 7^ in. high 

2980 A jug, with white waved ornaments, of very early and rude design, 

on very deep red — 7$ in. high 

2981 A mug, with spots raised in imitation of gems; the borders have 

been gilt, with pewter lid — 5 in. high 



248 

2982 A pair of glasses, fluted, on pale stems 

2983 A small globular vessel, with spout, mounted, with stem, cover, 

and handle of silver gilt, engraved with arabpsques 

2984 A globular teapot, with handle, the lid and spout of metal, chased 

and gilt 

2985 A goblet, engraved with birds, fruits, and festoons, mounted, witli 

lid, and on ball feet of metal 

2986 A globulai- jug, with handle, the cover of metal gilt 

2987 A barrel-shaped small glass, with metal lid, set with ruby glass gems 

2988 A globular vase, engraved with birds, fruits, and festoons, with 

metal top 

2989 A small jug, with handle, F. R., and a crown engraved on the 

lid, mounted with rims of silver gilt 

2990 A small goblet, engraved with a trophy and a landscape 

2991 A small oval fluted tazza, mounted with silver gilt 

2992 A small fluted cup, on metal stand ; and a smaller cup, engraved 

2993 Two small opal glasses, on ruby stems 

2994 A goblet, engraved with Cupid seated beneath the sun, on chased 

silver stand 

2995 A goblet, with arms and trophy 

2996 One, smaller, with flowers 

2997 A vessel, in the form of a bird ; and a small glass, mounted with 

silver gilt 

2998 A PAIR OF BEAUTIFUL FLUTED FLAT BOTTLES, 

mounted on plinths, and with rims of silver gilt — 12 in. high 

2999 A globular bottle, with tall narrow neck, fluted, on a square silver 

stem — 12 in. high 
SOOO A goblet and cover, on a tall stem and foot, mounted with silver 
gilt — 11 in. high 

3001 A jug, engraved with fruits and flowers, mounted, with gilt metal 

cover — 10 in. high 

3002 A pair of vases, of double globular form — 9 in. high 

3003 A FINE RARE Tazza, on a fluted stem, the outside with scale 

ornaments, gilt and enamelled with green — 10 in. diameter 

3004 A globular vessel, of ruby, on stem, with bands and ornaments 

of white 



249 

3005 A glass, in the form of a boot with spur, the leg fluted 

3006 A negro's head, small. Very fine 

3007 A tall fasceted goblet and cover, on stem — 13 in. high 

3008 A tazza, with fluted rim, of rich light red — 8^ in. diameter 



DELFT, GRIS DE FLANDRES, AND COLOGNE 

WARE. 

3009 A blue and white delft stone jug, with lid, pewter mounted, a 

horse painted on the lid — date perhaps 1680 — 8 in. high 

3010 A brown biittcher-ware glazed tankard, with gold ornaments, 

crown, and royal arms of Saxony, with copper mounting, 
which appears to have been gilt — date from 1680 to 1700 — 
9 in. high 

3011 A blue and white stone jug, pewter mounted, with kings' and 

queens' heads under arches, and coats of arms, dated 1587, 
and private shield of devices — 8^ in. high 

3012 A jug, with pewter mounting, figures of musqueteers, masks, 

and ornaments, in blue and white — date about 1630 — 12^ in. 
high 

3013 A brown English mug, with ornaments, and four double carved 

handles, rude-work, cyphers on tablets, and date 1621 — 6^ in. 
high 

3014 A brown unglazed mug, pewter mounted, in the form of a bear on 

his feet, the fore-paws supporting a shield, with a device — no 
date, perhaps about 1 570 — 8^ in. high 

3015 A carved wood peg tankard, (the pegs on inside) rude and 

grotesque animals and figures in relief — no date — 8 in. high 

3016 A glazed mug, with part of original pewter mounts, brown and 

buff, with figures of boys and bacchanals — no date — 6^ in. high 

3017 A yellow drab two-handled bowl-shaped mug, English, inscribed 

round the top " JOSHVA HEATH, 177"— Sin. high 

3018 A glazed earthenware nmg, brown speckled ground, with blue 

and white scrolls, a crown and device of an eagle crowned, 
and sun, with motto " Non soli sedet," pewter mounted ; on 
the lid, a head of George 1., of the time — 10 in. high 



250 

3019 A curious English brown earthenware bowl-shaped drinking cup 

and cover, with four handles, one hollow for trick to spill 
liquors, with ornaments, and Prince of Wales's feathers — no 
date, probabl}'' about 1620 — 10 in. high 

3020 A delft basket, with handle yellow, with animals and wreaths in 

colours, the cover perforated ; probably a marriage basket — 
no date, perhaps about 1640 — 13 in. high 

3021 A blue and white stoneware mug, with dancing figures, in arches, 

and ornaments and inscription — dated 1586 — 7 -J in. high 

3022 A blue and white stone jug, with grey-bearded head, with flori- 

ated ornaments in circles — no date, perhaps 1580 — 9^ in. 
high 

3023 A blue and white ditto, pewter mounted, with some brown colour 

and scroll ornaments, a rude head at the top ; a portrait 
crowned, of Maria D, Grat. Britan. France, et Hiber. 
Regina, of the time — 9| in. high 

.3024 A blue and white jug, with fluted ornaments, silver mounted, the 
lid chased with heads, and a glass star in the middle ; inside, 
engraved coat of arms — no date, perhaps 1590 — 10 in. 
high 

c025 A pilgrim-shaped stone bottle, blue, brown, and white, with or- 
naments, and shields of crowned imperial eagle — no date, 
perhaps from 1640 to 1660 — lOi in. high 

3026 Another, with two full coats of arms — dated 1678 — 10 in. 

high 

3027 A blue and white stone jug, with curious spout, pewter mounted, 

covered with ornaments — no date, perhaps about 1580 — 10 in. 
. high 

3028 Another, pewter mounted, and arabesque ornaments — no date, 

perhaps 1570 — 9| in. high 

3029 Another, blue, white, and brown, with foliage and coat of arms 

in the centre — dated 1687 — 9 in. high 

3030 A white stone jug, with blue and brown embossed ornaments, 

and pewter lid — no date, perhaps 1650 — 11 in. high 

3031 Another, with old head and pewter lid, engraved with cypher and 

date— 1681— Hi in. high 



251 

3032 A blue and white slone jar, with blue embossed ornaments, 

and tablet — dated 1591—10 in. high 

3033 A blue and white stone jug, pewter mounted, with ornaments, 

dancing figures, and inscriptions — dated 1589 — 11 in. 
higli 

3034 A pilgrim-shaped stone bottle, blue, brown, and drab, witli fleurs- 

de-lys and other ornaments, and an old ship in the centre, 
fleurs-de-lys above — no date, perhaps 1670 — 11 in. high 

3035 A glazed brown bottcher-ware tankard, pewter mounted, with 

medallions of a father and children, and motto ; it has been 
silvered with trees, carriages, &c. — date about 1700, with 
crown and cypher silvered — 11 in. high 

3036 A blue and white stone flat-sided jug, pewter mounted, with old 

head at spout, with blue ring in its mouth ; two coats of arms, 
one with inscription round, " Kunick. W. Pen. : Van Frack- 
rick" — dated 1597; and other arms, with inscription — dated 
1614—12 in. high 

3037 A white, blue, and brown stone jug, with foliage, arms, crown 

electoral, and inscription — dated 1680 — 12 in. high 

3038 A blue and white stone jug, with military figures under arches — 

dated 1598—94 in. high 

3039 Another, fluted, with grey-bearded mask, and figures of Justice, 

Mercy, and Truth, under arches ; monogram on shield, I. E., 
and a four-line inscription in capital letters — dated 1586 — 
10* in. high 

3040 A white gris bottle, with curious double handle, pewter mounted, 

and three scriptural subjects in circles — dated 1559 — 9iin. 
high 

3041 A SINGULARLY BEAUTIFUL Gris White Jug, with omameuts 

in the finest taste, with elegant handle terminating in a mask, 
stags, birds, and flowers in high relief, and subjects of field 
sports, and an angel holding a shield, with devices and in- 
scription — no date, perhaps 1570 — 9 in. high. (See i/hts- 
Iration.) 



252 

3042 A curious early jug, no lip, of grey unglazed coloured earthen- 
ware, and ornaments in relief, glazed, with three lions with 
rings in iheir mouths, with medallions of a Roman soldier 
and a female — dated 1579 — 7* in. high 



End of Twenty-third Days Sale. 




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Twenty -fourth Day's Sale. 



On THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1855, 

AT ONE o'clock PRECISELY. 



GERMAN ENAMELLED GLASS. 

3043 A square bottle, with figures of the Seasons, on red ground — dated 

1692 

3044 A small cup, with two angels at a fountain, in blue and white — 

1635 

3045 A very small bocale, with arms of Saxony ; inscribed F. A. R. P. 

E. S. 

3046 One, on ball feet, with similar arms — 1629 

3047 One, with two figures and inscription — 1612 

3048 A mug, with Elector Bishop of Mayence— 1609 

3049 A small bocale, with arms of Saxony — 1688 

3050 An hexagonal bottle, blue, with figures of Salvator Mundi, St. 

Peter, and St. John, with flowers on the alternate sides, with 
silver stopper 

3051 A small bocale, with arms of Saxony — 1687 

3052 Another, with similar arms — 1666 

3053 One, larger, with similar arms — 1684 

3054 A ruby goblet, wiih four medallions of horsemen, in white 

3055 A small glass, with medallions of Concordia and Rehgio, in white 

and black 

3056 A small bocale, with arms — 1660 

3057 One, with cover, enamelled with birds, in gold and white orna- 

ments 



254 

3058 One, witli two square medallions of flowers, and inscription in 

white ; and a very small glass 

3059 A bocale and cover, on ball feet, enamelled, with a cavalier, and 

inscription — 1684 

3060 A jug, with the lamb and flag, and foliage, inscription — 1668 — 

7^ in. high 

306 1 A bocale, with white stripes, enamelled with arms in the motto ol" 

the Garter, and inscription — 1678 — 7h in. high 

3062 A vidercom, with two merchants seated at a table and a man 

weighing goods ; inscribed '' Ich Pin Genant der Gott Wil- 
kum" — period about 1570 — 7| in. high 

3063 One, with Roman emperor and electors, on white horses — 1664 

— 7 in. high 

3064 One, with an elector in black, between two halberdiers in red ; 

arms of Mayence on the reverse — 1654— 7^ in. high 

3065 One, with a stag hunt — 8^ in. high 

3066 One, with a figure driving a cart drawn by five horses, with 

inscription — 1660 — 6i in. high 

3067 One, with a cavalier in black, between two ecclesiastics holding 

books, arms of Saxony — 1654 — 7^ in. high 

3068 One, with the Crucifixion, Resurrection, lamb, and pelican, under 

arches — 1655 

3069 A square low bottle, with two shields of arms — 1644 

3070 A tall bocale, with two shields of arms and gold rim — 10 in. 

high 

3071 A jug, with a cavalier pledging a lady, inscribed " Hanns 

Gasmant, &c.," pewter lid — 1655 — 10 in. high 

3072 A vidercom, with the ages of woman in arched compartments — : 

10^ in. high 

3073 A bocale, with Abraham offering up Isaac — 1577 — 10 in. high 

3074 A vidercom, with knights in armour, and an arquebussier in green 

dress ; two shields of arms — imperfect — 9.f in. high 

3075 One, with the German Emperor, French King, and Queen of 

SwedeTi in alliance, electors and princes kneeling on each side; 
inscription commemorating the alliance; the Almighty and 
angels above — 1651 — 9^ in. high 



255 

3076 A tankard, with tlie twelve apostles in arched compartments, of 

early work — O^in. high 

3077 One, with a bear hunt — 1 1 in. high 

3078 One, with the German emperors and electors, on white horses — 

1624, with imperial arms — lOj in. high 

3079 One, with arms of Holy Roman Empire, elaborately emblazoned 

—1692—10 in. high 

3080 A tall bocale, of early period, with two shield^; of arms and gold 

rim — 15 in. high 

3081 A vidercom, with two figures and an unicorn in leafed circles, 

inscribed "Michael Mensom, in Nuremburgh, 1615," with 
cypher ; flowered borders above and below, and on the cover 
— 16 in. hiofh 

3082 One, with a boar hmit — 1591 — 15 in. high 

3083 One, of early date, covered with blue and yellow fleur-de-lys — 

16 in. high 

3084 One, with arms of the Holy Roman Empire, fully emblazoned ; 

the brazen serpent on the reverse — 1581 — 16 in. high 

3085 A flagon and cover, with Christ and the disciples at the Last 

Supper — 1599 — 14 in. high. {See illustration) 

3086 A vidercom, with knight bearing arms of Leonhart Von Mil- 

ckau, 1608 ; Fortune, on the reverse — 12i in. high 

3087 One, with a horseman and shield of arms, inscribed " Wilbolt 

Gewant Schneide " — 1600 — 14 in. high 

3088 One, with portrait and arms of Hanns Reming, of Nurmberg — 

16 in. high 

VITRO DI TRINA. 

3089 A glass, on fluted stem, with white lines 

3090 One, with bosses on the bowl, and diagonal stripes 

3091 A very small glass ; and a tortoise-shaped glass, with blue stripes 

3092 A tazza, with waved white lines on stem — 9 in. diameter 

3093 One, with diagonal lines — 9 in. diameter 

3094 A blue tazza, enamelled with frieze of leaves — 5| in. diameter 

3095 A very large drinking glass, on foot, with crossed diagonal lines — 

12 in. high 



256 

3096 A bocale, with crossed stripes — 11^ in. high 

3097 A flat tazza, with laced bands — 8 in. diameter 

3098 One, with diagonal white stripes — 12 in. diameter 

3099 One, with delicate crossed stripes — 15 in. diameter 

3100 A vase, on stem, with festoons 

3101 A flat cup, on openwork stem, with blue ornaments 

3102 A globular bottle, with upright bands of laced work 

3103 A flat glass, on openwork stem, with two white bosses 

3104 A glass, with diagonal stripes, on embossed stem 

3105 One, with diagonal crossed stripes 

3106 One, with laced stripes, and spirally-fluted stem 

3107 One, with bosses on the bowl, and laced stripes 

3108 A small globular bottle, with laced stripes and two handles 

3109 A small goblet, with diagonal stripes, on ball feet 

3110 A goblet, with diagonal stripes, on embossed stem 

3111 A glass, on stem, with diagonal stripes — 6g in. high 

3112 A tall diagonal striped glass, on embossed stem — 7^ in. high 

3113 A pair of tall glasses, on stems, with delicate laced lines — 7^ in. 

high 

3114 One, with crossed diagonal lines — 7^ in. high 

3115 One similar, but with a gold Papal coin enclosed in the stem — • 

8 in. high 

3116 One, with laced stripes — 7^ in. high 

3117 A bocale, with fine diagonal stripes — 5^ in. high 

3118 A globular vase and cover, with diagonal Unes — 9 in. high 

31 19 A bocale and cover, with fine crossed lines — 8^ in. high 

3120 A bocale, with crossed lines — 6 in. high 

3121 A tall bocale, with perpendicular waved lines — 8 in. high 

3122 Another, with perpendicular lines — ^85 in. high 

3123 A globular vase and cover, on stem, with laced lines — 10 in. high 

3124 A tall cup and cover, on stem, with crossed lines — 10^ in. high 

3125 A bocale, with diagonal stripes — 10 in. high 

3126 Another, with upright stripes — 11 in. high 

3127 A goblet, on stand, with crossed stripes — 6 in. high 

3128 A glass, on stem, with crossed stripes — 7 in. high 

3129 A glass, on stem, with white lines — 5j^ in. high 



257 



ENAMELLED VENETIAN GLASS. 

3130 A flat, glass, with handle, ornaments of beads raised, and white 

spots, and bands which have been gilt — 4^ in. diameter 

3131 A globular vase, enamelled wdth flowers and spots, and gilt rims 

— imperfect 

3132 A goblet, deep blue, enamelled with flowers, and gold rims 

3133 A square canister, with flowers and gold foliage — silver top — 

G^in. high 

3134 A jug, of deep blue, with flowers and scales of white, with 

coloured spots; the pewter lid painted to correspond — 8 in. 
high 

3135 A figure of a negro, bearing a cornucopia, in black, white, and 

colours — 10 in. high 

3136 A circular tazza and cover, deep purple, fluted, with white and 

gold buds of ornaments 
3136* A circular bottle, painted with flowers and silver top; and one 
square, with flowers embossed 

VENETIAN SCHMELZE. 

3137 A fluted upright bottle, ruby tint, with pewter stopper — 10 in. high 

3138 A Pair of beautiful Bottles, nearly similar, but with the 

bronze gold with silver tops — 9 in. high. From Strawberry Hill 

3139 An elegant globular vase, fluted beneath, with handle, blue and 

green on ruby ground — 94 in. high 

3140 A flat-sided bottle, lapis-lazuli — lOfin. high 

3141 Another, red, green, and white, on green ground, with two green 

handles — 9 in. high 

3142 Another, nearly similar — 8^ in. high 

3143 A globular jug, orange red, fluted beneath — 7 in, high 

3144 A deep blue jug, with handle with crossed white stripes, mounted 

with pewter — 9 in. high 

3145 An hexagonal bottle, of rich blue and green, with gold ; ivory top 

— 9 in. high 

3146 A very curious vase, on stand, in imitation of tortoiseshell with 

gold — 7 in. high 

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258 

3147 A flat-nded lapis lazuli bottle— 10 in. high 

3148 A small essence bottle, with long neck, pink, white, and yellow 

3149 A small ewer, red and white, on blue ground 

3150 Another, with white handle and spout, and white spots on crimson 

ground 

3151 A tazza, on stem, red and green tint — 8 in. high, 9 in. dia- 

meter 

3152 A cup, with handle, red and white diagonal waved lines, on clear 

white ground 

3153 A mug, of green marble tint, with white handle, and metal top — 

7^ in. high 

3154 A small ewer, of lapis-lazuli tint — 8 in. high 

DELFT. 

3155 A dish, with a cavalier, a page holding "a crown by his side, an 

attendant with ahorse behind ; pencilled in Indian ink on white 
ground — inscribed Johannes Bucholdi, a Leyda — 14 in. 
diameter 

3156 A dish, with double coat of arms, in red and gold scroll in the 

centre, and arabesque border in colours' — 15 in. diameter 

3157 A dish, nearly similar 

3158 A dish, with Fortune seated on globe in the centre, a shield of 

arms on each side — inscribed H. M. A.M. E. W., 1681 — 
13 in. diameter 

3159 A jug, with the triumph of Neptune and Amphitrite, and arms 

above — inscribed under the handle, W. R., 1681 — with pewter 
lid 

3160 A white spirally-twisted jug, with embossed silver lid, engraved 

with a ship 

3161 Another, with silver- gilt embossed lid 

3162 One, with a battle, in red, in ornamental border, with pewter lid 

3163 One, with a boar hunt, in Indian ink, with pewter lid 

3164 A pair of globular bottles, with musical conversations 

3165 A pair of stands, in the form of high-heeled shoes, painted with 

flowers — inscribed M. I., 1705. F7'om Queen Charlotte's 
Collection 



259 



GRIS DE FLANDRES, AND COLOGNE WARE. 

3166 A round brown jug, with some blue colour, twisted handle, with 

grey-bearded head, shield of arms, and coronet in centre — 
dated 1596; and two medallions of Claudius Csesar, with 
original pewter lid — 1 1| in. high 

3167 A gris de Flandre cannette, with pewter lid, with shields of 

imperial arms and ornaments in sharp relief, and figures of 
Veritas, Justitia, and Pax — dated 1573. The initials L. W. 
occur at foot — -I If in. high. A very beautiful specimen 
3108 Another, with pewter lid, arms Imperial, Bavarian, and Saxon 
— initals L. W., 1576 — 9^ in. high 

3169 Another, with Samson and Delilah and other scriptural scenes, 

scrolls and ornaments in sharp relief. Signed H. H. — 1 1 Jin. 
high 

3170 Another, .with shields of arms, and Venus in medallions, with 

pewter lid. Signed H.H. 1591 

3171 A blue and white jug, with pewter lid, flat sided, with the Cross, 

I.H.S., and ornaments in relief round the neck — ll|in. high 

3172 A tall tankard, light brown, with subjects of Dives, Lot and his 

daughters, and Abraham and the angels, with pewter lid and 
handle — 1562 — 10^ in. high 

3173 A globular jug, with handle and pewter lid, ribbed with stripes of 

black, blue, and white, with date 1680 on the lid — 19 in. 
high 

3174 A tankard, bright brown, with handle and silver cover, engraved 

with figures and shield of arms in oval in the centre, and 
frieze of foliaore above and below— 6i in hi^h 

3175 Another, with handle, a frieze of hunting subjects in colours and 

arabesques above and below, without cover — 5 in. high 

3176 A curious triple cup, brown, in the form of bulbs, wiih three 

shields of arms gilt — 4i in. hio^h 

3177 A brown jug, with frieze of peasants dancing, and Flemish 

inscription above and below — 15 in. high 

3178 Another, with pewter lid, with six oval shields of arms and devices, 

with Flemish inscriptions between caryatides — 10 in. high 

s2 



260 

3179 A large gris tankard, with pewter lid, a shield of arms on an 

oval, supported by lions, the ground covered with foliage — 
15 in. high 

3180 Another, with oval, the shield of arms of Bruda Petter, and Fle- 

mish inscription, lion supporters, the ground of flowers and 
gems — 15 in. high 

3181 A brown tankard, pewter lid, and stem, open trellis sides — dated 

1634, on lid— 9 in. high 

3182 A brown jug, with handle and pewter lid, seven coats of arras, the 

centre with double imperial eagle and H. W. — 13 in. 
high 

3183 A gris globular bottle, with fluted ornaments, and four shields of 

arms, in medallions — 1159 — 8 in. high 

3184 A very curious vase, on foot, with small spouts on the shoulders, 

with figures of electors and knights in niches, H. H. on a 
drum ; small masks, in relief — 10 in. high 

3185 A gris plate, with two female figures 

3186 A white cannette, with imperial eagle, thrice represented — C. M., 

1591, with arms of Bremen and Lubeck — 9 in. high 

3187 Another, with David and Alexander, and three full coats of arms 

— 1589—9^ in. high 

3188 A gris tankard, with six medallions of arms and saints, metal 

cover — 7 in. high 

3189 A curious brown vase, with four handles, with silver rims— 10 in. 

high. Of rare form 

3190 A Nevers ware jug, with metal cover and foot, inscribed M. M. B., 

1778— 10 in. 

3191 A gris-handled jug. pewter cover, two lions supporting a full 

coat of arms, with a knight, I. E., 1594 — 9 in. high 

3192 A cnrious brown early vase, with pewter cover, and ornaments- 

indented — 10 in. liigh 

3193 A gris jug, mask under the spout, white scalloped ornaments, 

and lion masks — 10^ in. high 

3194 A gris-handled jug, with pewter lid, with an owl, eight coats of 

arms of the Swiss cantons, in arched apartments — 10^ in. 
high 



261 

3195 A brown cannette, with metal stand and rim, three coats of arms, 

masks, and arabesques, H- V. C, 1592 — lOf in. high 

3196 A large brown globular jug, with three full shields of arms, in 

circles of Rhine grapes, chased metal-gilt cover, embossed with 
George and the dragon; small figures and inscriptions on the 
neck, 1577 — 15 in. high 

3197 A snuff jar, black, with flowers in rich colours and gold, with 

pewter screw cover — 6:^ in. high 

3198 A brown globular jug, with three full coats of arms in medallions, 

and inscriptions, 1592 — 7i in. high 

3199 A curious brown jug, with spo it, with two portraits, and two 

imperial eagles in medallions, pewter lid — 7 in. high 

3200 A brown highly glazed jug, with pierced brown and blue neck — 

7 in. high 

3201 A curious highly glazed barrel-shaped bottle, with two handles 

and spout ; a mask on one end, and a shield with three fleurs- 
de-lys and crown on the side — 6^ in high 

3202 A medallion of a smoker, holding a jug — F. D., 1572 — small oval 



COLOGNE JUGS, &c. 

3203 A jug, with four figures, seated, a group of musicians, and a page 

with a dog, in arched compartments, in colours, on deep blue 
ground ; a frieze of foliage beneath, a lion passant on the 
shoulder, with pewter lid — 1 1 in. high 

3204 A Fine and Rare Jug: in front are two men with axes, in 

relief, between a recess, a tree between them ; Fortune and 
two other female figures under the handle, leaf ornaments at 
the edges, a sunflower surmounting the shoidder in front, in 
colours, on dark blue ground — 13 in. high 

3205 A Fine Cannette, of rude early design, with three upright 

bands, embossed with male and female busts and arabesques, 
green and white, on brown and orange ground — 12^ in. high 

3206 A double globular vase and cover, with leaf scrolls in white and 

gold, on deep blue ground — 12^ in. high 



262 

3207 A brown stone ware jug, with three medallious of Venus and 

Lucretia, in arabesque borders, a mask under the lip — 1578 
— 13^ in. high 

3208 Another, with three medalhons of devices, and shield of arms of 

Rudolph II., and pewter lid — 1604 — 13 in. high 

OPAQUE GLASS. 

3209 A German mug, with Cupid sleeping, in a medallion, surrounded 

by figures and arabesques, mounted with lid of silver-gilt, a 
lion and shield at the top — 10 in. high 

3210 A beautiful small Venetian vase, of schmeltz, of rich colours, with 

bands, birds, and bosses, gilt — 8 in. high 

3211 A figure of young Bacchus, seated on a barrel, ruby and white 

3212 A pair of Venetian plates, with views of San Giorgio Maggiore 

and the Arsenal, in brown. From Strawberry Hill 

3213 A mug, with Chinese figures, in Indian ink, with metal lid 



End of Twenty-fourth Day's Sale. 




3360 




324 6 



273 4 



2 93 4 



Twenty 'fifth Days Sale. 



On FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1855, 



AT ONE O CLOCK PRECISELY. 



GERMAN GLASS. 

3214 Four small drinking glasses, with subjects of Joseph, Esther, 

Judith, and Tobit 

3215 A tumbler, with views of Amsterdam, shield of arms, and flower 

border 

3216 One, with the arms of the Hague 

3217 A fluted wager glass 

3218 A glass, in the form of an elephant seated, drinking 

3219 A curious vessel, light green, in the form of an animal, the tail 

forming the ^oout 

3220 A green hock glass, mended with copper ; and a tall glass, with 

twisted tube inside, surmounted by a swan 

3221 A small oval glass and cover, on stem, with minute arabesques 

3222 A small goblet, with figures of the Seasons 

3223 A curious green drinking vessel, in the form of a porpoise 

3224 A tall cup, on stem, with a view of a city, and Imperial arms 

3225 Another, with three views, and shields of arms, in compartments 

3226 Another, plain, with cover; and a small shell-shaped cup, with 

minute ornaments 

3227 A tall cup and cover, on stem, with views of a chateau — the rim 

gilt 

3228 Another, with arabesques, crown and cypher 



264 

3229 Another, with figures in a ship, inscribed " Floreat Commercium " 

3230 Another, with figures before a palace 

3231 A cup and cover, on short stem, with bacchanals and small 

figures of the Months, beneath a gilt honeysuckle, raised 

3232 A pair of glasses, on tall stems, with small medallions and borders 

3233 An oval cup and cover, on stem, with chateau 

3234 An hexagonal bottle, with raised rims at the angles, and small 

masks, in blue 

3235 A cup and cover, on stem, with view of Vienna, and elaborate 

border 

3236 Another, with a subject of Commerce, and German inscription, 

with gilt foliage raised 

3237 Another, with buildings and shipping, and gold scroll, raised 

3238 Another, with figures, in ovals, and German inscriptions 

3239 Another, with oval medallion of an emperor, and imperial eagles 

3240 Another, with shield of arms, and gilt rims 

3241 Another, with Cupid, and shield of arms 

3242 Another, with views in arabesque compartments 

3243 One, with a bourse, and portrait of Frans Hendrick 

3244 One, with a bacchanalian subject. Beautifully engraved by 

F. Greemoood 

3245 A globular flat decanter, with a fleur-de-lys on a lozenge 

3246 A curious drinking glass, with tube in the centre, surmown ted by 

two horses' heads. (^See illustration\ 

3247 A dagger, with pink and yellow lines, and blue shell on the hilt 

3248 A tall cup and cover, on stem, with shield of arms, and 

inscription 

3249 Another, elaborately ornamented with a chateau, figures, and 

arabesques 

3250 A cup and cover, on very tall stem, and medallion of the Emperor 

Leopold, and arms 

3251 One, of semi-opaque glass, with royal arms and cypher 

3252 One, with the Great Alliance, arms of the Allies, on the back 

3253 One, with medallion portraits and arms, in wreaths 

3254 A tall green glass and stand, with allegorical figures of Fire and 

Water 



265 

3255 A fflobular two-handled vase : within is a figure of an infant 

bacchanal, of opaque white glass, holding a bottle and goblet, 
and seated, on a high stem of blue glass 

3256 An elegant high double chalice, with fruits and flowers, with 

or-moulu lid, surmounted by a figure of Minerva 

3257 A tall green goblet, on stem, with subject of a vintage 

3258 A goblet and cover, on high stem, with an engagement of 

cavalry 

ENAMELLED GERMAN GLASS. 

3259 A fine ewer, of schmeltz, of rich colours, with lines up the bowl 

— 13 in. high 

3260 A large goblet, on stem, with portrait of the Emperor Leopold, 

in Indian ink 

3261 A set of nine cups, on ball feet, with landscapes in Indian ink 

3262 A set of three rather larger, with landscapes and figures, in 

colours and Indian ink 

3263 A cup and cover, on ball feet, with three emblems and inscriptions, 

in Indian ink 

3264 A vidercom, with processions of figures round the side, and in- 

scription in honour of the Emperor Maximilian, in Indian ink 

— 1662 

3265 A fluted oval decanter, blue, with a fleur-de-lys on a medallion 

3266 A glass on stem, with cupid, a grave digger, and moral inscrip- 

tions in Indian ink — 12Jin. high 

3267 Another, with Cupids and inscriptions — 11^ in. high 

3268 Another, with arms of Gocthals, and of the Holy Roman Empire, 

on stem, with handles — 10^ in. high 

3269 A tankard, with the bull of St. Luke, and pewter lid 

3270 A tall glass, striped with white, with two coats of arms — Dresden, 

1623 

3271 A bocale,~with a double imperial eagle, and lily of the valley — 

1596 

3272 A small vidercom, with a cavalier on horseback, and inscription 

— 1631 



266 

3273 A bocale, with the Virgin and Child, in an oval — 1659 

3274 A cup, on stem, with an angel suppQrting two shields of arms, 

with inscription — 1600 

3275 A bocale, with a Japanese warrior on horseback — 1604 

3276 A bocale, with shield of arms — 1651 

3277 Another, with four apostles, inscribed with their names 

3278 Another, with a lady, a ladder on which her little boy is standing, 

with inscription 

3279 A small jug, with two animals — 1587, with pewter lid 

3280 A bocale, of green glass, with a lady holding a vase of flowers, 

and German verses, inscribed — 1699 

3281 A large goblet, on stem, with a lady, in a blue dress, and shield of 

arms emblazoned with gold 

3282 A fine vidercom, with arms of the Holy Roman Empire, elabo- 

rately emblazoned — 1603 — 9 in. high 

3283 Another, with a German Emperor, King of France, and Queen of 

Sweden before him, and figures kneeling behind, and German 
inscription — 1656 — 9 in. high 

3284 A square bottle, with arms on two sides and flowers, and arms — 

1625 — 9 in. high 

3285 A vidercom, with the Virtues under arches, and frieze.s of foliage 

— 9^ in. high 

3286 Another, with a prince on a white horse, at own beneath — 1689 

— 9 in. high 

3287 One, with Charles XII, of Sweden, and inscription — 1710 — 

6^ in. high 

3288 A tankard, with Christ and the woman of Samaria, inscribed 

Johannam 4 ; with pewter lid — 8 in. high 

3289 A vidercom, with the ten ages of man, and inscriptions above — 

11 in, high 

3290 A bocale, with a figure of Jacob Praun, and arras — 11 in, 

high 

3291 Another, with a female figure and arms of Hanns Reming, of 

Nuremberg — 1 1^ in. high 

3292 Another, with two shields of arms — 1578 — 12 in. high 



267 

3293 A vidercom and cover, with a whife horse, and arms of Saxony — 

1671— 12 in. high 

3294 A tankard, with two figures, and arms of Hanns Neithart, 

supported by griffins, an inscription under the handle — 1661 ; 
with pewter lid — 10 in. high 

3295 A vidercom, with the ten ages of man, in arched divisions — II in. 

high 

VENETIAN GLASS. 

3296 A fine bocale, of frosted glass, with masks on the sides — 11-^in. 

high 

3297 A curious tall cornucopia-shaped glass — 12^ in. high 

3298 A glass, on stem formed of a tulip. (See illustration) 

3299 A veiy curious vessel, in the form of a ship, with rigging of blue 

— 13iin. high 

3300 A candlestick, in the form of a flower, with green ornaments — 

9 in. high 

3301 A blue glass and cover, with waved surface — 13^ in. high 

3302 A tall glass, on foot — 12-^ in. high 

3303 A glass, on elegant openwork stem — 1 1 in. high 

3304 One, on high stem, blue and white, elegantly twisted — 1 1 in. high 

3305 One, with blue outside, nearly similar — 11 in. high 

3306 A beautiful oviform vase, with three handles and spouts edged 

with blue — 10 in. high. {See illustration) 

3307 A very curious bottle, in the form of a horse rampant, holding a 

tazza, on pedestal — 11 in. high. {See illustration) 

3308 A ribbed cup and cover, on stem, the cover on four handles — 

10 in. high; and a cup, with open stem 

3309 A cup, on high twisted stem, with blue — 10 in. high 

3310 A ribbed cup and cover, on high twisted stem — 12| in. high 

3311 A dagger, with red and yellow twisting on the handle 

3312 A small cup and saucer, of coloured glass — imperfect 

3313 A tall glass, on stem, with a rose in colours — 13 in. high 

3314 A two-handled vase, on foot, with white trellis — 9;^ in. high 

3315 A fluted glass, on elegant openwork stem, with two dolphins — 

13 in. high. {See illustration) 



268 



VITRO DI TRINA. 

3316 A tall glass, on stem, striped with crimson, blue, and gold, with 

rich effect — 13 in. high 

3317 A goblet, on stem of circles, increasing in size — 10 in. high ; and 

a bell 

3318 A goblet and cover, on stem of or-moulu — I3iin. high 

3319 A curious fish-shaped vessel, on foot — 7 in. high {^See illustration) 

3320 A bell, surmounted on an eagle crowned, in silver 

3321 A curious glass, in the form of a boot, with buttons, gilt — 10| in- 

high 

3322 A tall bocale and cover — 13 in. hi^h 

3323 A curious bulb-shaped vessel, on or-moulu foot — 10 in. high 

3324 An elegant cup and cover, on foot — \\\ in. high 

3325 A cup and cover, on foot — 9g in. high 

3326 A bocale and cover, with straight lines — 12 in. high 

3327 A cup in the form of a hoot, with buttons, gilt, and spiral lines, 

blue and white — 8 in. high 

3328 A tumbler, with pink and blue lines 

3329 A square bottle, with pink, green, and black lines 

3330 A bottle and cover, with blue and white knob 

3331 A tall fluted glass and cover, opalised — 121 in. high 

3332 A bottle and cover — 6^ in. high ; and a striped bocale, with 

turquoise bosses 

3333 A bocale and cover — 15| in. high 

3334 A vase and cover, on foot — 13 in. high 

3335 A small ewer, with spout ; and a striped vase and cover 

3336 A bocale and cover — 15 in. high 

COLOGNE JUGS, AND GRIS DE FLANDRES. 

3337 A jug, with heads in medallions, and whole-length female figures 

and foliage in various colours — dated 1652 — 6| in. high 

3338 Another, with pewter lid and rims, with the Electors and Kaiser 

on horseback, and ornaments in various colours in relief — 
dated 1688— 7i in. high 



269 

3339 Another, with pewter handle and lid, with portraits of a prince 

and princess in medallions, female caryatid figures and 
ornaments, in colours in relief — date about 1600 J. : G. G., 
1712, inscribed on the lid, wliich is of more recent date — 
8 in. high. (See illustration) 

3340 Another, with hunting and field sports, in various colours — date 

about 1600 — 4^in. higli 

3341 Another, with pewter lid, with figures of the twelve apostles and 

other ornaments, a coat of arnas and crest, in the centre, 
George Bickleniann — dated 1677 — Sin. high 

3342 Another, with pewter lid, with four circles of different employ- 

ments, ornaments, and wreaths in various colours — date about 
1680 : a coronet engraved on the lid, and J. C. R. in flowers 
— 7iin. high 
3443 Another, with pewter lid, dark grey, with enamelled black and 
white ornaments, with small heads embossed, which have 
been gilt — date about 1650 — 7\'\n. high 

3344 A jug, dark grey, with various coloured ornaments and gilding, 

and small busts — 9i in. high 

3345 Another, with pewter mounting, the lid embossed with a court- 

ship, dress of the period, with figures of the twelve Apostles, 
and some bearings in the centre, with H. H. above; a long 
German inscription round the bottom — dated 1683 — 9 in. 
high 

3346 Another, dark brown, with male and female portraits, in colours 

— date about 1680 — 9i in. high 

3347 Another, with handle and spout, with pewter mountings, dark 

brown, with figures of the Saviour, St. Matthew, five other 
saints, and ornamented in colours — dated 1655 — 9 in. high 

3348 Another, with pewter mountings, with figures of Sol, Luna, and 

other planets — dated 1677, with German inscriptions — 9 in. 
high 

3349 Another, with pewter mountings, the lid engraved with orna- 

ments, and C. S. B. ; figures of the twelve Apostles, and the 
lamb, with banner, in the centre, in relief, in colours — dated 
1674— 5i in. high 



270 

3350 Another, with ornaments of Sol, Luna, and planets, in colours — 

dated 1668, and long German inscription beneath — 5g in. high 

3351 A jug, with field sports, and figures in costume, and other orna- 

ments, in colours — dale about 1660 — 5 in. high 

3352 Another, with portraits and arms of seven of the Electors, in 

robes, and other ornaments, in colours — date about 1650 — 
5j in. high 

3353 Another, with figures of the apostles and other ornaments, in 

colours — dated 1560, long Flemish or German inscription at 
foot — 6 in. high 

3354 Another, with pewter mounting, the lid chased with a portrait ; 

drab ground, reticulated, embossed heads and ornaments, 
light blue and white enamelled — date about 1650 — 7 in. hisrh 

3355 Another, with rich ornaments and masks; a device in the centre 

—dated 1622, inscribed H. S. G. F. 

3356 Another, with pewter mounting, with Christ and the apostles, and 

other ornaments — date about 1660 — 6 in. high 

3357 A snuiF jar, with pewter top, with gilt and colom-edf heads and 

ornaments, arms and crest in the centre, " Joan Wolfgang 
Reinelius, Nat. XXXI. Octob. M.D.C.LllI " round the top, 
of hexagon shape — 6j in. high 

3358 A blue and white jug, with pewter mountings, flat sided, richly 

ornamented with a full coat of arms, and date 1589 in front ; 
and behind are inscriptions in four lines, with date beneath — 
1591—16 in. high 

3359 A brown jug, with arabesque ornaments, three ovals of arms and 

devices, and two crowned lions, supporters of the centre one 
— date about 1600 

3360 A blue and white gris pilgrim-shaped bottle, with perforated 

ridges at the sides; inscriptions relating to, and shield of arms 
of the Prince of Orange — dated 1590; and medallion of a 
helmeted head, surrounded by renaissance arabesques {See 
illustration) 

3361 A rude white gris vase-shaped jug, with handle, with two female 

saints, and coat of arms in centre, in circle — dated 1563 — 
1 1 in. hiffh 



271 

3362 A blue and white gris upright pot, with pewter handle, heads of 

Minerva in ovals ; coat of arms and cresi in centre — dated 
1594— 10 in. high 

3363 A brown jug, with pewter top, with masks and renaissance orna- 

ments, dancing figures and musicians, in compartments — dated 
1596— lU in. high 

3364 A blue and white gris jug, pewter mounted, with embossed orna- 

ments — date about 1590 — 9 in. high 

3365 A Delft basket-shaped vase, with twisted handle, with blue, green, 

and yellow foliage, and religious inscriptions — dated 1640 — • 
1 1 in. high 

3366 A brown jug, with pewter lid, with religious subjects, masks, and 

inscriptions — dated 1 584 

3367 A brown cannette, with double imperial eagle, crowned, in the 

centre — dated 1583 — 9:2- in. high 

3368 Another, with arms in the centre — no date, probably 1583 — 10 in. 

high 

3369 Another, white gris, with pewter lid, with ornaments and double 

imperial eagle — dated 1591 — 10 in. high 

3370 A brown pot, with handle and pewter lid, with crowned double 

imperial eagle in the centre — dated 1583 — lOf in. high 



End of Twenty-ffth Day's Sale. 



Twenty-sixth Days Sale. 



On MONDAY, APRIL 23, 1855, 



AT ONE O CLOCK PRECISELY. 



SPOONS, KNIVES AND FORKS, &c. 

3371 A silver-gilt spoon, with chased angel's head, the stem orna- 

mented with cut crystal ; and a silver-gilt fork and knife, 
similar 

3372 A small spoon, agate bowl, with silver-gilt handle, richly chased 

in grapes, vine leaves, &c. 

3373 A small fork and spoon, silver gilt, the handles ornamented with 

enamelled leaves and fillagree scrolls on silver 

3374 Four small spoons, of silver, with chased ornamented handles 

having figures at the tops 

3375 A knife, steel blade, with silver shoulder, amber and ivory 

handle, carved as the figure of a man in a rich costume — of 
the time of 1690 

3376 A small fork and knife, steel bladed and pronged, silver handles, 

enamelled in light blue, with the armorial bearings of Saxony 
in various places upon them — on the blade a mark 

3377 A small knife and sheath, light blue enamel, with busts and 

shields of arms, and flowers in relief, in silver 

3378 A knife and fork, agate handles, mounted with enamel foliage, 

in colours 




3 513 




3 5 12 



273 

3370 An agate spoon, witii silver-gilt ai\d enamel mountings 

3380 A small knife and fork, blade and prongs of steel, handles ena- 

melled in light blue on sdver gilt, having their original silver- 
gilt etui, enamelled in light blue, with chased ornaments of 
busts and flowers 

3381 A silver spoon, with a large bowl, the back engraved with a shield 

of arms surmountod by a coronet and the letters • ' • 
the handle having a chased ornamental top like a pine 
apple 

3382 A suofar ton^s, of silver, with chased ornaments of foliage — on 

the bow of the handle the date, A.D. IDCXVI (1666) 

3383 A silver-jointed spoon and fork, doubling back, with a chased 

goat's head at the top : the stem fancifully engraved in Briot's 
style, the bowl finely engraved wuthin with a female figure, 
foliage, scrolls, &c. : it has its beautiful stamped leather case, 
gilt, and shaped like a tortoise 

3384 A silser spoon, with round-shaped bowl, having a chased orna- 

mented handle, with a figure of a warrior with a crown on 
his head at the top, leaning on a shield, with G. D. on it 

3385 A silver-gilt spoon : the bowl finely chased inside with figures of 

birds : the stem and handle richly chased and engraved, on 
the top a figure of a bishop standing with his crozier, 
ornaments of masks, &c. ; on the handle also a coat of arms, 
with a bishop's mitre 

3386 A silver spoon, with a round-shaped bowl, having a chased and 

ornamented handle, with a figuie of a crowned warrior at the 
top leaning on a shield with T. K. on it 

3387 A silver spoon, with round-shaped bowl ; the handle richly chased 

and ornamented ; the top having a female bust at the back 
of the bowl, a coat of arms with T, E. : on the back of the 
stem the date 1660 is engraved, but the spoon, from the 
style of decoration, appears much older 

3388 A silver spoon, parcel gilt, the handle chased and richly orna- 

mented, having an ornament like a globe at the top ; on the 
back of the bowl, the date of 1507 engraved 

T 



274 

3389 A silver spoon, with round-shaped bowl : on the back of the bowl, 

the letters ^ g' are engraved, the handle waved, with chased 
ornamented shoulder, and the top having the figure of an old 
man, like an apostle, with a tub, having three figures within 
it, below his right hand 

3390 Two small knives (steel bladed), in their original leather case, the 

handles are enamelled, in landscape, subjects on gold, with 
chased shoulders, where the steel joins the handles 

3391 A spoon, knife, and fork, en sviite, of silver gilt (steel blade), 

chased and ornamented handles, with female bust at the top, 
in their original green and gilt leather case 

3392 A spoon, knife, and fork, en snite, of silver gilt (steel bladed), the 

handles enamelled in light blue, with embossed garnets and 
enamelled pearls ; with the ornamented leather case 

3393 A spoon, knife, and fork, en suite, of silver gilt, the blade and 

prongs of steel, the handles in ornamental fillagree work ; 
they have their original ornamented leather case 

3394 Two English knives, steel blades, with twisted red horn and silver 

ornamented handles ; on the blade of the one is engraved 

" With wealth and beauty all doe well, 

But constant love doth far excel." — Elizabeth Wallis ; 

and on that of the other, 

" My love is fix't, I will not range ; 

I like my choice, I will not change.'' — Elizabeth Wallis ; 

with the original black stamped leather case 

3395 Two knives, carved amber and chased silver-ffilt handles, in their 

original sold and silver embroidered silk case 

3396 A knife and fork (steel bladed), handles enamelled on silver, with 

ornaments of raised enamelled work, in fruit, &c., with their 
original case of silk and silver festoons 

3397 A knife, fork, and jointed spoon, en suite, steel prongs and blade, 

agate handles, mounted in rich chased fillagree silver, in their 
original and gilt leather case 

3398 A knife, fork, and spoon, en suite (steel bladed), the other parts 

in silver and silver gilt, the bowl of the spoon richly engraved ; 
the handles of the set, in chased fillagree work, with chased 



275 

D-old tops, having garnets in the centres; in their oriorinal 

P B • 
painted and gilt wooden case, which has j^gg' on it 

3399 A knife, fork, and spoon, en suite, with carved bowl, and handles 

of ivory, the blade and prongs are of steel, in their original 
case of gilt and stamped red leather 

3400 A knife and fork (steel blade and prongs), handles richly 

enamelled in raised flowers, on dark ground on silver gilt 

3401 A small fork, silver gilt, ornamented agate handle, with chased 

and pierced mountings 

3402 A knife, steel blade, partly engraved and gilt, the handle of rich 

embossed enamel work, and a handle similar for a fork 

3403 A knife and fork, steel blade, the fork silver gilt, handles of amber 

and ivory, carved in representation of a lady and gentleman, 
in rich costume of the time, 1680, with silver ornaments 

3404 A knife, of steel entirely, with a magnificently chased figure 

handle of a female, naked, with drapery round 

3405 A knife and fork, of steel entirely, wuth chased gold mounting 

between the handles and blade, the handles superbly chased, 
with the figures of Silenus and Diana. This knife and fork 
belonged to the Pretender 

3407 A long spoon, of silver, with small bowl and twisted handle, 

topped with a bacchanalian figure 

3408 A handle for a knife, of richly embossed enamel work of flowers 

3409 A fork, of the most extraordinary design and workmanship, of 

silver, and ornamented with garnets ; the fork is jointed, 
and moves on a hinge, chased all over, elaborately, with St. 
George and the dragon, in raised work, chasings of angels, 
and the Prince of Wales's feathers ; the top of the handle has 
a figure kneeling, in prayer 

341 1 A knife, steel blade, ornamented agate handle, with silver-gilt 

chased and pierced mountings 

3412 Another handle of a knife, of embossed enamel work, of silver 

or copper gilt 

3413 A small knife, steel blade, embossed enamelled handle, the top 

silver, mounted with some pebble 

t2 



27(3 

3414 A silver-gilt fork, with carved amber handle, representing a 

bust 

3415 A silver fork, with richly chased handle, surmounted by an 

animal holding a shield, on whfch a coat of arms is en- 
graved 

3416 A silver spoon, parcel gilt, with joint and moveable fork attached 

at the back, the inside of the bowl beautifully engraved with 
the Nativity, within a border of angels and scrolls ; on the 
back of the bowl, fruit, &c. engraved ; the stem of the spoon 
chased and ornamented, and surmounted by a female bust ; on 
the back of the stem, the date 1624 occurs 

3417 A silver spoon, with joint and moveable fork attached to the back, 

the stem chased and surmounted by a whole-length male 
figure; on the stem, which is six-sided, various inscriptions 
are engraved " Claes. loost., &c.," and the date " Jehova Anno 
1592" 

3418 A spoon, jointed and folding back, of mother-o'-pearl, curiously 

mounted in chased silver 

3419 A silver spoon, parcel gilt, with moveable joint and fork attached, 

the stem and handle richly chased in the renaissance taste, 
surmounted by a bust of a warrior 

3420 A crystal fork and spoon, en suite, mounted in gold, with gems; 

the handles carved at the extremities in the form of goats', or 
some other animal's heads 

3421 A spoon, silver-gilt bowl, but having its handle enamelled upon 

gold, with subjects of figures and heads in pink colour 

3422 A spoon, of gold, or silver gilt, curiously enamelled in party 

colours of purple, green, and white, with raised gold ornaments 
of crescents, stars, &c, ; the handle surmounted by a pome- 
granate 

3423 A spoon, of silver gilt, ornamented by enamel scrolls in colours ; 

its bowl of crystal, engraved with 1'. H. S. and a cross 

3424 A spoon, with a bowl of white shell, the handle of some daik 

blue or enamelled substance carved, and with chased silver- 
gilt ornamental mounting 



277 

3426 A silver spoon, squat-shaped, with large bowl, the handle curiously 

chased in leaves, and ornamented with rings ; the stem rudely 
engraved 

3427 A silver spoon, parcel gilt, of similar shape : the bowl has an 

engraving of a ribbon, with some characters on it, and the 
handle is chased with a figure of the Virgin Mary, and at 
the top with a head of an ecclesiastic rising out of an orna- 
mental capital 

3428 A silver spoon, similar in shape, the bowl rudely engraved, the 

handle chased with ornaments like fleurs-de-lys, and having 
rings 

3429 A spoon, silver gilt, with chased ornamented handle, the bowl 

engraved in the inside with subject of Christ rising from the 
tomb, and on the outside with the Virgin and infant Saviour, 
and a latin legend in honour of the Virgin, " Virgo gloriosa," 
&c. 

3430 A spoon, parcel gilt, chased and spiral handle, rudely engraved 

within the bowl, which is of a large size, with a fancy orna- 
ment and some letters round, L. A. R. I. S. * M., and, 
though much effaced, *'Anno 17, 1611 ;" round the edge of 
the bowl some rude engraving 

3431 A long spoon, parcel gilt, with convex-shaped bowl, which is 

engraved ornamentally outside, shoulder and head of the 
spoon ornamentally chased ; on the back of the spoon curious 
marks like what are termed merchant's marks, are engraved, 
with a date ^ * ; the engraving on the back is that of the 
spread double eagle, with a kind of coronet 

3432 A long spoon, of silver, rudely engraved, the handle ornamented 

with a bust of Pallas ; on the back of the handle is enaraved 
"Andreas Gutzmacher, g. 19 Martz, Ao. 1631 " 

3433 A silver spoon, the handle chased, and ornamented with a bird's 

head at the top 

3434 Another, chased, handle ornamented with beads ; " T. S." on the 

back of the bowl 



278 

3435 A spoon, with silver-gilt bowl and shoulder ornamentally chased 

with heads: the inside of the bowl has a deeply cut ornamental 
scroll border, ths outside an ornamental device, with a coat of 
arms, sunnountcd with a coronet, and the letters " G.F.V.E. ;" 
the handle is of coral, like a branch at the top 

3436 A spoon, of silver, with a largish bowl : the stem is of a twisted 

pattern, and the shoulder chased in figures, the top having a 
whole-length figure of a bearded man, with a saw in one hand, 
and a basket in the other 

3437 A pair of steel scissors, with metal-gilt handles, and bows orna- 

mented with terminal figures 

3438 A small steel knife, with chased steel handle, with tablets of 

mother-o'- pearl 
3430 A steel penknife, with metal-gilt handle, and top chased with a 
winged figure and heads 

3440 A silver case, to hang at the girdle, chased with subjects of boys : 

containing a knife and fork with steel blades, the handles 
of waved ivory and gilt, the back edge engraved with letters 

3441 A knife, with steel blade, and silver fork, with silver-gilt ferrules 

and carved boxwood handles, with male and female musicians 
— in fishskin case 

3442 A knife, with steel blade, and silver fork, with ivory handles 

inlaid with silver, and silver-gilt ferrules — inscribed and dated 
1685 — in brown leather sheath 

3443 A knife and fork, with steel blades, and chased silver handles, 

engraved in the style of S. Pass, with religious subjects — 
inscribed and dated 1607 — in silver-mounted fishskin case 

3444 A silver spoon, with handle of dark wood, with the top carved 

with a female (of amber) silver mounted 

BIJOUTERIE, &c. 

3445 A double oval locket, with chain, mounted with silver gilt, and 

containing a portrait of Martin Lulher, and one other por- 
trait painted on glass — inscribed D M.L., and " Post tenebras 
lux, 1517" 



279 

3446 A pair of oval lockets, in old shell camei, with portrait of Albert 

and Isabella, the Governor and Governess of the Low 
Countries, in gold mounting enamelled turquoise 

3447 A flat circular silver seal, with a dragon to suspend it by, cut 

with a coat of arms, and inscription, and the date 1581 en- 
graved on the back 

3448 A gold finger ring, engraved with St. George and the dragon ; 

it has been formerly enamelled. It is said to have been 
found in the Thames 

3449 Another, with a small emerald set in the pointed form, with 

got hie ornaments 

3450 A small gold and enamelled bust of Gustavus Adolphus, with an 

old table diamond pendant, and the lion and sword of Sweden 
embossed in relief 

3451 A small oval badge, silver gilt, with portrait of Philip II. of 

Spain, and the legend " En tout fidelles au Roy;" and on the 
reverse, two united hands and Iwo beggar's wallets, with the 
legend " Jasques a porter la Besace " 

3452 A silver- gilt badge, in the form of a crossbow, set with stones, with 

a whole-length figure of St. Sebastian, and three others ; 
inscribed 1551, A. P., and 1554, A. P., and Donavit, 1565 
— This was worn by the Captain of the time being of the 
Archers' Society 

3453 A round brooch, with its tongue of gold, with knobs round the rim 

— inscribed in gothic letters, " Jovis. a Quimaporta" 

3454 A circular gold and enamelled badge, with portrait of Gustavus 

Adolphus, and his Queen Maria Eleanora — enamelled in relief 

3455 A silver-gilt diamond-shaped ornament, with portrait of Charles 

V. of Germany, and Christ on the Cross, with " Plus ultra " 
device behind, and inscription " Misere mei Deus, 1547" 

3456 A small model, in steel and gilt metal, of a wheel-lock pistol, 

engraved 

3457 A silver-gilt scent box, in the shape of a frog, on leaves, with 

ruby or garnet eyes, opening twice, with hooks 

3458 A silver-gilt ornamental buckle, chased and engraved with masks. 

A beautiful example 



280 

3459 A heart-shaped locket, set with pearls and garnets, enamelled at 

the back, and a mourning device, with angels in enamel, 
protected by a crystal covering 

3460 A small gold brooch anfl tongue, complete, formed like a spur ; 

the rowel formed of two hands, inscribed, " Sea. (Sancta) 
Maria ora pro nobis &c." 

3461 A small oval gold and enamelled badge, with a whole-length 

figure in armour, crowned — inscjibed " Lud. Mag inst, 1683" 

3462 A small round gold brooch, with tongue, complete, with letters 

raised on dark ground 

3463 A small round gold brooch, with tongue complete, engraved with 

a knight in armour, &c. 

3464 A very small round gold circle like the rim of a broocli ; on one 

side inscribed '*Sum regis Anglie" and on the other "Comitis 
Herfordie '' 

3465 A small round gold brooch, with tongue complete, inscribed on 

both sides with gothic characters 

3466 A massive gold and enamelled ancient Hebrew marriage 

ceremonial ring, with Hebrew characters, and the building of 
a bouse 

3467 Another gold and enamelled ring, of the same nature, more richly 

ornamented 

3468 An oval gold and enamelled locket, richly embellished, and 

formed inside to contain reliques, the names of various saints 
engraved round the form of a cross 

3469 An oval convex gold and enamelled reliquaire, perforated on 

bands in the back ; an enamel of St. Martin in front 

3470 An oval flat gold and enamelled locket, with a naval engagement 

and a battle, and Diana and Actason, &c. within ; inscribed 
" Henri Tontin m"* orphevre a Paris fecit 1637 " 

3471 A scent box, of book-shape, of silver gilt, chased and ornamented 

in gothic taste, and set with stones 

3472 A square-formed ornament, of gold and enamel, with a narrow 

frame, with crystal panels covering two kneeling angels at an 
altar, in enamelled gold 



281 

3473 A silver-gilt cylindrical etui, richly chased with figures and 

devices, a rose diamond set in the lop, and another on the 
spring catch 

3474 Another, differently shaped, opening at both ends 

3475 A silver case, engraved and picked out in black; containing a 

pair of scissors, a knife, and a piercer, partly gilt and engraved, 
with chased heads, figures, &c. 

3476 A steel seal, on swivel, with long handle, forming at the other end, 

which unscrews, a scent case, with raised silver work and 
cypher engraved on tablets 

3477 A silver-gilt seal, the handle formed as the Virgin and Child, 

with glory —the seal an old rudely cut intaglio 

3478 A small hexagonal silver-gilt essence bottle, with screw top, 

enamelled and gilt 

3479 A small silver-gilt needle case, pierced with scroll work, and 

enamelled 

3480 A small oval silver pomander box, opening at both sides, of 

pierced work, with figures of a shepherd and shepherdess — 
date about 1640 

3481 A silver-chased badge of St. George and the dragon, worn in the 

time of Charles I., with the motto " Honi soit,'' &c. 

3482 A silver scent case, in divisions formed as a skull; it opens by 

unscrewing at top, engraved 

" Tho' I spoke in vaine. 
This ends my paine.'' 

And " If you alive when I am dead, 

'Tis true what ere to you T said," 

— date about 1640 

3483 Another silver scent case, formed as a skull, and containing in one 

of the inner divisions the representation of a skeleton re- 
cumbent, partly gilt — date about 1640 

3484 Another, smaller, with chain and ring to wear on the finger, 

like a child's head, on one side ; and the other a skull, with 
a figure of a child with an hour-glass leaning on a skull, 
with the motto " hodie mihi, eras tibi " — date about 1640 



282 

3485 A chased and coloured gold seal, with a plahi cornelian ; the four 

panneled sides enamelled with allegoric figures relating to 
France ; the seal opens and discloses under a glass a view of a 
fortress, with a ship at sea, minutely carved in ivory — in fish 
skin case 

3486 A gold finger ring, with a ship and fortress, &c. minutely carved 

in ivory, under glass — in fishskin case 

3487 A gold mounted swivel seal, with a bloodstone, engraved with a 

triumphal procession, with the artist's name, " Varan " 

GOLD-MOUNTED SEALS. 

3488 A yellow cornelian seal, engraved with helmeted head, the stem a 

negro's bust, of black, white, and grey agate, with coloured 
stones 

3489 A red cornelian seal, engraved with a classical profile bust, with 

stem of coloured aoate, of a female bust set with diamonds, &c. 

3490 An antique black and white intaglio seal, of a figure, the stem a 

bust of a negro, of yellow agate, with white turban, set with 
coloured stones 

3491 A bloodstone seal, engraved with an antique head, the stem of 

streaked agate, of a female bust set with diamonds 

3492 A white agate seal, engraved with a helmeted head, the stem 

of partly coloured agate in the form of a dog, set with 
stones 

3493 A light red cornelian ditto, engraved with a Greek bust, the stem 

partly enamelled with small agates and coloured stones 

3494 A bloodstone ditto, engraved with an antique head, the stem of 

pierced curves, with a negro's head in a turban, in agate, set 
with diamonds 

3495 Another, of partly coloured onyx, engraved with a female bust, 

the stem formed as a female negro bust, of black and yellow 
onyx, with small diamonds 

3496 Another, of bloodstone, engraved with two birds billing, the stem 

of coloured onyx, carved as a large female bust, set with 
diamonds 



283 

3497 One, red cornelian, engraved with a bust of Socrates, the stem oi" 

streaked onyx carved as a bust, enamelled and set with small 
diamonds 

3498 A plain gold seal, the stem of coloured onyx, carved as a three- 

headed bust, set with diamonds 

3499 A red cornelian seal, engraved with an antique bust, the stem of 

coloured onyx, with a negro's head in a turban, with coloured 
stones 

3500 A seal, of white shaded onyx, engraved with an antique head, the 

stem of coloured onyx, with a turbaned liead of a negro, with 
a diamond at the top 

3501 A seal, of white onyx, engraved with a hehneted bust, the back 

enamelled, the stem with a bust, in red and white onyx 

3502 A lod cornelian ditto, antique intaglio, with a classical subject, 

the stem enamelled in raised flowerwork 

3503 A plain gold seal, the stem enamelled with blue and white 

3504 A heart-shaped bottle, of metal gilt, the surface covered with 

arabesques 

3505 A scent bottle, formed of a tortoiseshell, with head and legs of 

silver 

3506 An apple, of silver, opening and containing a skull, of silver, 

crowned with a wreath, and containingr a miniature inscribed 
on the outside, " From man came woman, from woman came 
sin, from sin came death — 1628" 

3507 A small flat sided ink bottle and stopper ; a small pen case ; and 

a hook to attach them to a girdle of steel, the surface covered 
with scroll ornaments of silver — in a case 

3508 A miniature, of bishops and saints, with angels singing — of early 

Venetian work 

3509 Another, small, with the Annunciation, inlaid in mother-o'-pearl 

and coloured glass 

3510 A curious snuff-box, the bottom opening and showing a carved 

female figure in a bath, the face seen through a glass opening — 
the surface ornamented with mother-o'-pearl and small gems 

351 1 A circular plaque, of bronze gilt, with a landscape and a man 

angling — 7 in. diameter 



284 

3512 Am Ancient Gaelic Brotche, of silver, of circular form, scal- 
loped and surrounded by small upright obelisks, each set with 
a pearl at top : in the centre is a round crystalline ball, con- 
sidered a magical gem ; the top may be taken off, showing 
a hollow, originally for reliques. This interesting work 
was the property of Macleane of Lockbuy, in the Isle of 
Mull, and is said to be made of silver found on the estate. 
An interesting work of the time of Queen Elizabeth. Men- 
tioned in Pennant's Tovr — engraved beneath — 4| in, diameter. 
[^See illustration) 



METAL. 

3513 A PAIR OF CURIOUS Ewers, metal gilt, formed of monstrous 

animals, the handles formed of the horns; a cardinal's arms 
engraved beneath— 8 in. high. (See illustration) 

3514 A circular metal-gilt bowl and cover, the surface chased with 

Moorish designs, surmounted by a figure of a later period 

3515 Another, larger, richly damascened, with ornaments raised in 

white metal 

3516 A pair of figures of Hercules, of metal gilt, bearing celestial 

spheres — IGin.high 

3517 A curious metal-gilt stand, chased with figures supporting a 

sphere — 16 in. high 

3518 A pair of or-moulu sconces, with masks, and branches for one 

light each 

ANCIENT METAL DISHES AND PLATES. 

3519 A circular brass dish, chased with inscriptions"and designs — II in. 

diameter 

3520 A pewter dish, with figures playing musical instruments round 

the border, and in the centre, between columns — dated 1567 
— 10^ in. diameter 

3521 Another, with spirally fluted border and raised centre, with 

portrait of Gustavus Adolphus, inscribed — 10 in. diameter 



285 

3522 Another, with fluted border, and St. George and the dragon in 

the centre — 9^ in. diameter 

3523 A metal-gilt mounting for a plaque, on three feet, with cherubs' 

heads ; the border of openwork with busts and chiraerse — 
10| in. diameter 

3524 A curious brass stand, with double pierced rims, formed of 

German letters — 9| in. diameter 

3525 A pewter plate, with Gustavus Adolphus on horseback in the 

centre, and in medallions round the border — 7| in. diameter 

3526 Another, with scalloped edge, with grotesque figures in the centre, 

and the arms of the Swiss Cantons round the border — 8 j in. 
diameter 

3527 Another, with the Creation in the centre, and the Seasons on the 

border — 7 in. diameter 

3528 One, with the Resurrection, and the apostles round — 7| in. 

diameter 

3529 One, with kings on horseback, in compartments 

3530 One, nearly similar — 7^ in. diameter 

3531 One, with William Tell, and arms of the cantons — 7^ in. diameter 

3532 One, with sacred subjects, partly enamelled in colours 

3533 One, with the Resurrection, and figures holding shields of arms — 

7 in. diameter 

3534 One, with the Imperial eagle, and arabesques — 5^ in. diameter ; 

and a rim, with kings on horseback — 7|in. diameter 



End of Twenty-sixth Day's Sale. 



Twenty -seventh Day's Sale. 



On TUESDAY, APRIL 24, 1855, 



AT ONE O CLOCK PRECISELY, 



ANCIENT KEYS. 

3535 A very large steel key, gothic pattern, ornamented with cut ul 

pierced openwork scrolls, and pierced for numerous wards 

3536 A steel key, renaissance taste, in the form of a pillar, with C. ' 

inthian capital, a rich scroll ornamented bow, cut and pierce 
openwork, with masks, &c., also pierced for numerous wards 

3537 A street key, the bow finely chased, and having pierced and cut 
• openwork, with a ducal coronet, surmounted by a coat of arms 

within a circle 

3538 A steel key, with chased and ornamented bow, having a ducal 

coronet of the royal house of France, surmounting a coat of 
arms, three fleurs-de-lys, &c. 

3539 A steel key, the upright part, &c. finely and ornamentally chased, 

the bow cut in openwork, scrolled with a kind of coronet at 
the lop 

3540 A steel key, handsomely chased and engraved, fluted, &c., the 

bow in chased and pierced openwork, with a ducal coronet 

3541 A small steel key, richly chased and ornamented all over, with 

pierced openwork bow, surmounted by a ducal coronet 

3542 A steel key, the bow richly chased and ornamented, having the 

armorial bearings of the Louvois family, three lizards, &c., 
and a ducal coronet — date about 1680 




1328 





3568 



3557 



287 

3543 A steel key, with richly chased openwork bow, having a ducal 

coronet surmounting a coat of arms, with supporters of figures 
like horses — date about 1680 

3544 A steel key, with chased openwork bow, ducal coronet surmounting 

a coat of arms — date about 1680 

3545 A steel key, with chased capital, like a pillar to the stem, which 

has an outer steel case, with a pierced scrolled bow 

3546 A steel key, gothic form, with a moveable bow, the key having 

two ends for different locks ; the bow is of pierced openwork, 
and having on one side the letters m n ^, and on the other* 

I. H. S. 

3547 A steel key, gothic form, with a cut and pierced openwork bow, 

and brass ribbed ornament under it 

3548 A gilt metal ornament, like a long buckle, or clasp, handsomely 

chased with masks, figures, &c., and reticulated openwork 

3549 A small brass square-formed ornament, opening like a case, 

apparently intended to be worn suspended ; on one front, are 
engraved heads of a male and female, with these letters above 
A. S., M. O. R. E. ; and on the other, two angels supporting 
a coat of arms, and the letters above of I. S. O. I. F. R. E. 

3550 A steel mount, for an escorelle, chased and damascened with gold, 

ornamented with trophies, in the renaissance taste — date about 
1540 

3551 A gilt metal ornamental picker, or hook, with an ear picker, 

moving on a swivel, a Uttle scent case at the handle, chased 
with medallion busts — date about 1540 

3552 A chased steel key, damascened with gold, for winding up some 

musical instrument, ornamented with musical trophies, &c. 

3553 A steel key, pierced and ornamented bow, gothic taste, circular 

ornament like a rose window, with openwork, and pierced for 
many wards 

CHAMBERLAIN'S GILT METAL KEYS. 

3554 A key, with chased and pierced bow, having a cypher in it, and 

a crown 



288 

3555 A key, with chased bow, pierced, having a crown at top, and 

within the bow a shield of arms, surmounted by another crown 
and cypher 

3556 A key, with chased and pierced bow, having the double Austrian 

eagle, with crown and cypher on one side, and another cypher 
on the other side 

3557 A key, with richly chased and pierced bow, having two crowns 

and the arms of Saxony, and on the key part the letters cut 
open of A. F. (^See illustration) 

3558 A key, with chased bow, having the arms and crown of Bavaria 

3559 A key, with chased and pierced bow, having the Mayence arms 

and crown 

3560 A key, chased and pierced, the bow shaped like a mantle, with 

cypher pierced in the centre, and a cut chased crown above; 
the key part has a W. cut open in it — Prussian work 

3561 A key, with chased and pierced bow, having a crown and scrolled 

cypher work, with a small coat of arms of Saxony, below 

3562 A small key, with chased and pierced bow, the key richly chased 

and engraved all over 

3563 A key, chased, and havinga large ornamented bow, with acrown and 

cypher, and supporters ; a lion erect, and an eagle erect, crowned 

3564 A key, with chased and pierced bow, scrolled work and masks 

3565 A key, richly chased and engraved all over, bow cut and pierced 

with a crown and double cypher of apparently George I. 

3566 A similar key, differently ornamented 

3567 A similar key, with a different and intricate cypher in the bow 

3568 A similar key, more richly ornamented, and having in the bow 

double cyphers, apparently G. P. W. {See illustration) 

KNIVES, FORKS, &c. 

3569 A steel, to kindle fire, handsomely ornamented and damascened 

with gold 

3570 A steel wheel-lock, with its winder for light and fire, opening at 

the back to contain matches ; the steel parts are blued, and 
have been partly gilt and engraved ; the whole mounted in 
engraved metal gilt 



289 

3571 A steel knife, with crystal handle, mounted witii eng;r.ived silver 

3572 A steel knife and fork, partly gilt, engraved with the Saviour on 

the Cross, the Virgin, &e. ; the handles of tesselated squares 
of morher-o'-pearl and black shell, with yellow scrollg — 
dated 1623 

3573 A steel bladed knife, partly gilt and engraved, with ivory handle, 

fluted with ribbon pattern of silver 

3574 A steel knife and fork, with silver-ffilt handles, with cut and 

pierced scroll tops 

3575 i\nother, partly gilt, and engraved and dated 1622, with metal- 

gilt handles, chased and inlaid with mother-o'-pearl and 
imitative gems 

3576 A steel knife, partly engraved, the handle of mother-o'-pearl, 

with chased steel ornaments, formerly gilt 

3577 Another, the handle of worked brass, enamelled in colours; an 

animal's head at the top^ 

3578 Anoiher, with worked brass handle, formerly enamelled in 

colours ; a female figure at the top 

3579 A steel knife and fork, with carved horn handles, and goat's head 

tops, mounted with gilt 

3580 A steel knife and fork, with bone handles mounted with chased 

silver, and inlaid with crests, the handle unscrews and makes 
a corkscrew 

3581 A steel knife and fork, silver mounted, with handles of variegated 

Venetian glass 

3582 A steel knife, with carved horn handle, the top with a lion 

holding a shield 
35S3 A knife and fork, with steel blades ; and a silver-bowled spoon, 
the handle of dark wood engraved, and mounted and inlaid 
with silver, with raised studs 

3584 A knife and fork, with steel blades, with variegated Venetian 

glass handles, mounted in engraved gilt 

3585 A knife and tbrk, with steel blade?, and variegated Venetian glass 

handles, mounted with engraved silver-gilt 

3586 Another, mounted in silver or metal gilt 

U 



290 

3587 A knife and fork, with steel blades, the handles of carved ivory, 

with boys and fruit 

3588 Another, with bone or ivory handles, the tops with heads of 

animals 

3589 An ivory or bone knife handle, the top carved with an animal's 

head 

3590 A knife and fork, with steel blades, and bone or ivory handles, 

the top carved with heads of animals 

3591 A knife and fork, with steel blades, and carved ivory handles of 

boys, and silver-gilt ferules 

3592 An Italian penknife, the blade partly gilt and engraved, with 

carved ivory handle of a sphinx supporting a rearing horse 

3593 A knife, with steel blade, with carved ivory handle of a harlequin 

and nude female figure with a child 

3594 A knife, with steel blade and hinge, the handle of carved box- 

wood, with a female figure 

3595 Another, with carved boxwood handle, with a male, and female 

and child 

3596 An elaborately carved boxwood handle, for a folding knife, with a 

group of boys 

3597 A small pair of steel shears, in chased steel case of scroll pattern 

3598 A set of three instruments for the teeth, of steel damascened with 

gold and chased, in case of the same, with a medallion and 
ornaments 

3599 A steel knife, with carved boxwood handle, with a figure of 

St. Matthew ; in sheath of boxwood, carved with eight religious 
subjects and German inscriptions, and date 1587 

3600 A steel knife and fork, with German silver handles, worked and 

pierced at the top, in fish skin case, mounted with chased 
German silver, with subjects and scrolls 

3601 A steel knife and fork, with carved ivory handles, with David and 

Goliath's head — in stamped leather case 

3602 A knife, with steel blade and silver fork, the handles of carved 

ivory, with a gentleman with a falcon, and a lady with a fan, 
in costume of the period about 1660 — in black stamped leather 



291 

3603 Two small steel knives, with chased steel handles, ornamented 

with mother-o'-pearl and animal's head tops, in chased steel 
sheath 

3604 A pair of small steel shears, partly gilt, with figures engraved on 

the blades 

3605 Two small steel knives, with metal-gilt ornamented handles, 

pierced at the tops, the blades partly gilt and engraved, in 
boxwood sheath, carved with ten scriptural subjects, ten of 
the apostles, and an angel supporting a shield, with initials 
and date 1609 

3606 A small steel penknife, with yellow metal inlaid in the blade, 

the handle of coloured wood, silver-mounted, with an ape's 
head — in black leather case, silver-mounted with a large ape's 
head on the top 

3607 A pen and ink case, of black fish skin, silver mounted, with coat 

of arms chased in silver at the bottom 

3608 A most curious and interesting knife, (perhaps an astrologer's,) 

with steel blade engraved at the back, and large square- 
shaped silver handle, beautifully engraved in compartments, 
with subjects of figures, opening at the top and sides, and 
again in the interior, in which are minute carvings of 
scriptural subjects, the inside engraved all over with almanacs, 
&c. — dated 1606: it appears to have been made in Amster- 
dam — in black shagreen case 

3609 A curious knife, with flat steel blade, appropriated originally to 

some Hebrew rite, the handle of silver partly gilt, and 
engraved with a sort of rude niello work; on the sides an 
inscription in old Hebrew characters (" Let the high praises 
of God be in their mouth, and a two-edged sword in their 
hand.") Moses Askanser, the son of the learned Rabbi, 
Alexander Katz (Cohen) Vinesberg — of the sixteenth cen- 
tury 

3610 A large carved ebony handle for a couteau de chasse, with a 

lion's head, with coral eyes, and other animals, mounted in 
silver-gilt — of the seventeenth century ^ 

u2 



292 

3611 An ornamented and engraved steel shoe horn, partly gilt, with 

two crossed keys, and the cypher K. W., male and female 
figures, and a long German inscription, and date 1607 

3612 A knife, with curved steel blade, partly engraved and gilt, with 

handle of green and white, and ivory in stripes, and yellow 
metal lines 

2613 A knife, fork, and large needle, of steel, the handles of bone, 
painted round indented spots, mounted with brass — in rough 
leather case 

3614 A set of four pieces ; consisting of two knives, a pair of scissors, 

and a pair of tweezers, of steel, partly gilt, the handles of 
steel, gilt, the blades partly engraved and gilt — in black 
leather case 

3615 A knife and fork, with steel blades and handles, enamelled light 

blue, with silver busts in relief, and engraved ferules, with 
coats of arms 

3616 A fine cuir bouilli case, richly ornamented with a coat of arms, 

surmounted by a cardinal's hat — it wants the instruments 
formerly belonging to it 

3617 A knife, witli steel blade and gold ferule, and ivory handle, with 

carved lion's head, with garnet eyes, on the blade is cut " C. 
Duroy a Langres" — in green fish skin case 

3618 A knife and fork, with steel blades and horn handles, with male 

and female busts, &c., silver-gilt mounted 



SNUFF BOXES. 

3619 An oval Vienna box, with six subjects of figiu'es, in colours, in com- 

partments, the ground pale green, scale pattern, gilt mounted 

3620 A square box, with eight views in colours, on the outside ; and 

one on the inside, in raised scroll borders, with flowers 

3621 An oval basket-shaped box, green, with four subjects of Chinese 

figures, gilt inside, gilt mounted 



293 

3622 A circular crimson box, with gold ornaments : an un glazed me- 
dallion of Maria Theresa in the centre ; a temple, in bistre, 
on the inside 

3624 A square box, with conversations of figures, in flesh colour and 

green, in raised scroll borders, with flowers ; inside, a subjrct 
of figures dancing:, in colours, silver-wilt or metal mounted 

3625 An oval box, mounted with gilt, painted with seven views, with 

oriental figures in pink, in green borders 

3626 An oblong box, pink flowers, in white, and figures after Watteau ; 

inside, mounted with silver-gilt 

3627 An oval box, with double lid, a country house, and shield of 

arms in the sky above, a cypher at the bottom, E. M. E. ; 
portrait^ of a priest, in grisaille, under the upper lid, gilt 
mounted 

3628 A square box, with six beautiful hunting subjects ; and a subject 

inside, mounted with metal gilt 

3629 A white circular Dresden box, painted with flowers ; a subject of 

two figures inside, gilt mountings 



BOXES, PAINTED IN ENAMEL, ON COPPER. 

3630 A box, parallelogram-shaped, with original gilt waved pattern 

metal mounting: outside subjects figures and arbours, in black 
and white, faces tinted flesh colour ; on the inside of the 
lid, a female in black hood, and a youth in colours 

3631 A square white enamel box, with its original gilt metal mounting, 

figures and landscapes, in pink colour, on the outside and 
the inside of the lid 

3632 A square box, with its original chased and gilt metal mounting, 

cupids, &c. in colours, outside ; Venus and cupids inside of 
the lid 

3633 An oblong box, with its original shaped gilt metal mountmg ; on 

the outside, figures in costumes, and landscapes, in colours; 
on the inside, a female portrait, holding a mask 



294 

3634 A box, of oblong and swept-curve shape, with its original gilt 

metal mounting : on the outside, figures angling, in colour, 
raised gilt enamel scrolls and ornaments 

3635 A square box, original plain gilt metal mounting, exterior playing 

cards, in colours ; inside the lid, flowers 
8636 A square box, plain gilt metal mounting; on the outside, a lady 

in rich dress, dancing, and Watteau figures, in colours ; 

on the inside, a portrait of an old man, in a cap and white 

beard 
3637 A square box, with original chased gilt metal mounting : outside, 

Watteau figures, and scenery in green and shaded colours ; 

on the inside, a nymph bathing her feet, and a cupid, in 

colours 
S638 A square box, fluted, silver gilt mounting ; on the outside and 

inside of lid, classical subjects, in colours 

3639 A square and swept curve- shaped box, old gilt metal mounting; 

the outside, dark blue, relieved with white ornaments and 
gilt scrolls, figures in Watteau costume, on colours; on the 
inside, a rustic scene, cattle and figures, in pink colour 

3640 A small oval box, the white ground outside ornamented with 

imitation enamelled turquoises, and raised gilt circles, paint- 
ings of roses, &c. in colours ; the inside, turquoise blue colour, 
silver gilt-mounting 

3641 An oblong flat box, original chased gilt metal mounting ; the 

outside, fully painted in colours, with Watteau dancing sub- 
jects ; inside, a lady and gentleman courting 

3642 A small square box, old gilt metal mounted ground ; outside, 

dark blue, embossed raised figures, Chinese costume, in 
colours, and gilt on the top ; on the inside of lid, dark 
brown ground and Cliinese figures, in colours 

3643 A square box, criglhal silver gilt and cage movmtings, and on the 

outside a portrait of Ferdinand of Brunswick, in a small 
oral, with allegorical figures and military subjects; on the 
inside, a portrait of Frederic II,, of Prussia, in colours 

3644 A square box, original chased gilt metal mountings; exterior 

and interior, battle subjects, in colours 



295 

3645 A large oval box, monks and hussars, in colours, with F. R. on 

the outside, with inscriptions in praise of Frederic II. ; inside, 
a portrait of Frederic II., old gilt metal mounting 

3646 A square box, original chased gilt metal mounting; outside a 

battle beautifully painted, and military subjects, in colours; 
inside, an officer on horseback ; with double lid having 
two portriiits, Frederic II., and the Duke of Brunswick 

3647 A square box, original chased gilt metal mounting; outside, 

dark blue colour, ornamented with raised white and gilt 
scrolls; a portrait, in colours, of Oliver Cromwell, and land- 
scape, medallions 

3648 A square box, original chased gilt metal mounting, exterior 

richly painted with VVatteau figures and scenery ; on the top, 
the artist's name and date, "Thienpondt, 175S," interior, 
under a gilt metal plate, a portrait of a lady, in rich cos- 
tume 

3649 A large oblong box, old silver chased mounting, battles and 

military subjects, in colours, outside ; on the inside, the battle 
of Rosbach, November 5th, 1757 

3650 A square box, original chased gilt metal mounting ; the exterior 

and interior of the lid have cupids, in colours, ornamented 
round by gilt scrolls 

3651 A square box, original chased gilt metal mounting: outside, 

pale yellow ground, with blue ornaments, medallions of Wat- 
teau figures, in pink colour ; inside of the lid, a nymph 
bathing her feet, in pink colour 

3652 A small swept curve-shaped box, original silver-gilt mounting : 

exterior, classical subjects, in colour, and sepia in medallions, 
with lilac and blue ornaments ; interior, a classical subject, in 
colours, the bottom gilt 

3653 A swept curve-shaped box, in original gilt silver or metal mount- 

ing : ground outside, dark blue, ornamented with raised rich 
gold figures, scrolls, and paintings, in colours and pink ; 
in the inside, a subject, within an ornamented gilt and blue 
border 



296 

3654 A square box, original gilt silver or metal mounting : outside, 

a rich classical figure subject, cupids, &c., in colours, orna- 
mented with gilt and crimson scrolls ; inside, subject of Pan 
and Syrinx 

3655 An oval box, original chased gilt metal mounting : outside and 

inside, Teniers subjects, in colours 

3656 A box, shaped like a pianoforte, old gilt metal mounting : out- 

side, mixed trophies, in colours ; inside, music noted, in black 
a Polonaise 

3657 A circular box, like a kettle-drum, silver mounting, unhinged 

cover : lined in the inside with silver-gilt, military subjects, 
in colours ; outside, richly ornamented with raised gold 
wreaths, figures, and imitative enamelled gems. 

3658 An egg-shaped box, silver mounting, turquoise blue colour, with 

raised gold ornaments 
£659 An oval box, original gilt silver or metal mounting: outside, 
painted with flowers, with emblematical subjects of the four 
quarters of the world ; at the bottom, the artist's name and 
date " Friedrich, pinx, i767;" inside, a classical subject, in 
colours 

3660 An oval box, original gilt metal mounting, and chased : outside, 

imitative marble ground, in colours, with Venus, Cupid, &c., 
in medallions ; inside, figures and landscape, in colours 

3661 A fluted and shell-shaped box, original silver-gilt mounting and 

lining; inside, with paintings of ornaments; outside, with 
raised gilt figures 



DRESDEN, AND OTHER PORCELAIN BOXES. 

3632 A square box, with fluted corners, and its original gold chased 
mounting, painted in colours, with Watteau subjects, sur- 
rounded by gilt scroll ornaments, outside and inside — gilt 
within 

36G3 An oval box, with original chased gold mounting : on the outside 
a portrait of an Elector, embossed in white, on pink ground, 



297 

surrounded as well as the sides with pink ornaments, in 
colours, of flowers, gilt, &c. ; within the lid, a fancy subject, in 
colours 

3664 An oval box, with chased original gold mounting : Watteau con- 

versation subjects, on the top, sides, and inside the lid, in 
colours; and wilhin the box itself, flowers painted 

3665 An o'olong box, with original chased gold mounting, ground, 

blue striped: inside of the lid, tops, and sides, painted in 
colours, with conversation subjects, in ornamented panels 

3666 A square box, in original chased gold mounting, inside of the 

lid, a portrait of Frederick II. of Prussia, in a civilian's 
dress ; outside, top, and sides, cupids, and raised ornaments in 
pink, framing the subjects 

3667 A box, of swept octagon-shape, in original gold mounting ; inside 

gilt ; landscape and figures ill colours on white ground, inside 
and outside of lid, sides, &c. 

3668 A box, of swept octagon shape, with original gold mounting, 

green ground, and six landscapes, with figures, in colours, 
within panels outside ; a lady, clown, and harlequin, within ; 
and inside, gilt 

3669 A box, of swept octagon shape, original gold mounting yellow 

ground ; on outside, six seaports, &c., in colours, within 
frames or panels ; inside the lid, harlequin, columbine, &c., 
gilt inside 

3670 A box, of swept octagon shape, original gold mounting, subjects, 

palaces and landscapes beautifully painted on the top, sides, 
and bottom, and on the inside, on a white ground 

3671 A square box, original gold mounting, rich paintings in colours, 

of Watteau fetes, trellis work, and wreaths of flowers on the 
outsides 

3672 A square box, in original gold chased mounting, and coloured 

gold ornaments, ground painted in a greyish blue, with 
medallions, in grisaille, of classical subjects, on the outside ; 
a lady and pug dog, in colours, within an ornamented wreath 
in the inside 



298 

3673 A circular box, with original gold mounting, painted on the top 

with a landscape, in coloiu's ; landscapes on the sides, with a 
fancy ornamented border; a landscape and figures at the 
bottom ; subject within lid, gilt inside 

3674 A box, of swept octagon-shape, original gold mounting, pink 

ground, gilt inside, seven medallions, in colours, of seaports 
and figures on the top and inside lid, sides, and bottom ; and 
four small medallions, in red colour, within border on the 
top 

3675 A square box, in original gold and coloured enamel mounting, 

cage pattern, painted in colours, in fancy subjects, outside and 
inside of lid ; and in the bottom, inside, cupids holding a 
shield, with armorial bearings of the Albani family. The 
box was presented by the Emperor Joseph II. to Cardinal 
Albani ; it is in the original red velvet ornamented case 

3676 A circular box, original chased gold mounting; at top and 

bottom, landscapes and figures, in colours ; also a fine painting 
of a villa, with figures, on the inside 

3677 AN OVAL BOX, with original gold mounting, beautiful paint- 

ings in colours on the top, and on the sides, in medallions, and 
on the bottom, of classical figures, &c. ; arabesque borders, 
in brown and white colours ; in the inside, a view of Dresden 
(Marcolini's time) ; in its original red leather case 

3678 An oval box, original chased gold mounting, figure subjects, in 

colours, in medallions ornamented with raised flowers and 
white scrolls ; six medallions round the sides ; subjects inside 
the lid, and the inside of the box painted with flowers 

3679 An oval box, chased gold mounting, painting in colours, of cupids, 

and a portrait of a prince on the inside ; the box within is 
painted in imitation of marble ; outside, the china is orna- 
mented with raised work 

3680 A square box, original chased gold mounting, views in colours 

of Meissen, with figures on the outside and inside, ornamented 
with raised scroll work 



299 

36SI A box, shaped as a rose, and painted in colours, and ornamented 
with gilding, in its original chased gold mounting ; within, 
figures and a French sentence 

3682 A circular box, in its original chased and coloured gold mounting, 
without hinge : on the outside, an imitation of black and gold 
japan; in the inside, a Chinese subject, in gold and colours 

3684 A square box, original gold mounting; outside and inside, battle 

subjects, in colours 

3685 A square box, original chased gold mounting, painted in flowers, 

&c., in colours, inside and outside 

3686 A box, of octagonal shape, Vienna china, original chased coloured 

gold mounting, inside gilt : raised cameo work in a medallion 
on the top, richly ornamented with raised and gilt work ; on 
the sides, garlands of flowers, cameo busts, ornamented with 
richly gilt and raised work ; on the bottom, winged female 
figures, within ornamented frame 

3687 A box, of oval shape, original chased gold mounting, subjects in 

colours, outside and inside, ornamented with raised scrolls, 
&c. 

3688 An oblong box, with original gold mounting : military subjects 

outside ; inside the lid, a marine subject, in colours — the box 
is gilt inside 

3689 A square box, original chased gold mounting ; outside painted 

in light brown colours, with statue of Hercules and classical 
ruins ; in the inside, a portrait of Augustus, Elector of Saxony, 
in colours — no doubt, the outside subjects are illustrative of 
the personal strength of Augustus 

3690 An oval box, original chased gold mounting ; outside, subjects 

of cupids, in grisaille, on a pink ground, in medallions ; in 
the inside, portrait of an empress, with a dog, in colours 

3691 An oval box, original chased and coloured gold mounting, 

painted outside, with six medallions of cupids on the sides 
besides two subjects of cupids; top and bottom, in colours 
ornamented with raised flowers and scrolls; inside, a portrait, 
in colours, of a lady 



300 

36'J2 A circular box, original chased gold mounting ; outside, subjects 
in colours in Wouvennan's style ; inside, a female portrait, 
with flowers ; the outside ornamented with scroll work 

3693 An oval box, original chased gold mounting, painted in colours 
outside and inside, with views of Meissen, and ornamented 
with raised work 



End of Twenty-seventh Day's Sale. 




3911 




3964 



Twenty-eighth Day's Sale. 



On WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 1854, 

AT ONE o'clock PRECISELY. 



CARVED SPOONS OF WOOD. 

3695 A long and large spoon, in boxwood, finely carved with figures, 

in medallion 

3696 A boxwood spoon, carved in religious subjects, with inscriptions, 

having an outer case, carved with the Virgin and infant 
Saviour, of German work 

3697 A spoon, carved in boxwood, with festooned handle, and engraved 

in and on its bowl 

3698 Two spoons, very long and large size, one with a perforated bowl, 

finely carved in boxwood, with religious subjects in medallions 
at the heads of the spoons, and foliage and boys on the stems 

3699 A large spoon, carved in boxwood, with medallions of agricultural 

figures and subjects, and other ornamental carving, with a 
bee carved inside fhe bowl. {^See illustration) 

3700 A boxwood spoon, with its original silver gilt and chased handle, 

of a female naked figure, having on her back a shield with an 
armorial bearing : the workmanship a]ipears to be Italian 

3701 A boxwood spoon, with its original gilt metal and chased handle, 

ornamented in the renaissance style, and surmounted with a 
whole length figure of an apostle 



302 

3702 A boxwood spoon, with its original silver gilt handle ; on the top 

a whole length figure of St. Peter 

3703 A boxwood spoon, with its original silver and parcel gilt handle, 

partly engraved, and with a whole length bacchanalian figure 
at the top 

3704 A boxwood spoon, or perhaps of softer wood, painted, having the 

ficrure of a rat carved in relief and painted wilhin the bowl^, 
in its original gilt metal, or silver mounting; the top of the 
handle having a whole-length figure of an apo>tle 

3705 A boxwood spoon, on the back a lizard, carved in relief; the 

handle carved, representing a whole-length figure of a hal- 
berdier in the costume of the time, which appears to be about 
1550 

3706 A boxwood spoon, having, on the back of the bowl, engraved 

I.H.S,; and the handle carved in whole-length figures of the 
twelve Apostles 



IVORY, OR BONE SPOONS. 

3707 A long spoon, of bone, the bowl fig shape, the handle carved with 

a nondescript animal, foliage, &c., and a crocodile's head 
— gothic taste of the early part of the seventeenth century 

3708 A long spoon, of ivory or bone, of gothic taste, the bowl of an 

oblong fig shape, the handle carved ornamentally with an- 
nulated bosses and openwork ; the head of the spoon has a 
gothic letter or numeral carved on a tablet 

3709 Four spoons, of ivory or bone, the stems and handles elaborately 

carved in religious and classical subjects, David, Justice, 
Venus, &c., with a background of trees — time about the 
seventeenth cent ury 

3710 A small spoon, curiously cut, in red and white shell, and mounted 

in chased and engraved silver gilt, with a head at the handle 

3711 A jointed spoon and fork, in ivory, most elaborately carved in 

reUgious subjects, masks, fancy devices, &c. ; the head being a 
figure of the Virgin Mary and infant Christ — the stem folds 
on a hinge 



303 

3712 Another jointed spoon and fork, in ivory, finely carved in 

architectural taste on the stem, the top being a winged head 
supporting a basket of flowers, the bowl of an antique 
shape 

3713 A short spoon, the bowl being large in proportion, and of a 

spotted sea shell, mounted in its original silver-gilt, slightly 
engraved, with a handle of gothic design, having a crest 
enamelled in colours, at the top 

3714 A spoon, the shell, bowl, and handle, mounted silver-gilt, and 

enamelled 



OTHER OBJECTS IN CARVED WOOD. 

3715 A long pipe, elaborately carved, in boxwood, with agate mouth- 

piece, with figures and rich fanciful designs 

3716 A long pipe, elaborately carved, in ivory, in figures and rich 

fanciful subjects — in a green leather case 

3717 A mug, carved in boxwood, with subjects of nymphs, satyrs, and 

Cupid 

3718 A pair of nut-crackers, finely carved in boxwood, with a crested 

warrior's bust, and otherwise ornamented with carved ivory 
boss at the end, with the date 1569, carved on a tablet 

3719 A pair of nut-crackers, carved in boxwood, with double faces of an 

old man and woman 

3720 An oblong carving, in boxwood, representing a stag hunt, with 

figures on horseback 

372 1 A largeboxwood sheath, mounted with engraved silver, elaborately 

carved, with six subjects from the New Testament — the date 
1594 on the bottom ; with German inscriptions, and W twice 
on the mounting, containing a knife and fork, of chased steel, 
with negro heads 

3722 Two long steel knives, with silver handles, elaborately engraved, 

and chased with Flora, Janus, &c. ; flowers and animals, with 
inscriptions — in stamped and gilt leather case, with shield of 
aims and coronet 



304 

3723 A boxwood sheath, elaborately carved with scriptural subjects, 

ten of the apostles, and grotesque heads at the top ; an angel 
bearing a shield at the bottom of German work, inscribed 
with initials and date 1593, containing a penknife, with mother- 
o'-pearl and black wood handle, with negro's head, in silver- 
gilt mounting, with pearl ornaments 

3724 A steel knife, with chased steel handle, partly gilt, with a lion 

holding a shield, with arms and coronet, in carved boxwood 
sheath, with a military expedition, &c , mounted in engraved 
silver 

3725 A sandalwood box, beautifully inlaid with flowers in ivory and 

ebony, with silver handles — 16^ in. by 10^ in. 

3726 A curious stick, the head carved with St. Martin, on horseback, and 

a saint on the other side ; palm branches above — 4 ft. 8 in. high 

3727 A carved and gilt Florentine frame, forafaenza dish — siyht 10 in. 

diameter 

3728 A sandalwood box, carved, with cypher and coronet, surrounded 

by flowers — 13^ in. by 9i in. 

3729 A pair of wooden candlesticks, inlaid with mother-o' -pearl, the 

feet of hexagonal star shape — 12 in. high 

3730 A caddy, covered with landscapes and flowers, in straw 

3731 A box, containing flowers and other pieces of Venetian glass 

3732 A guitar, the sides inlaid with slabs of ivory, engraved with 

scriptural subjects — 1626 

3733 A fine large alms dish, of wood elaborately carved, with shield of 

arms in the centre ; four scriptural subjects and the evangelists, 
in the border — dated 1575 — 22 in. diameter 

3734 A guitar, inlaid with slabs of ivory, engraved with hunting sub- 

jects and arabesques 

3735 An ebony stick, the handle covered with green velvet 

SNUFF BOXES. 

3736 A sq'iare box, plain gold mounting: the ground outside painted 

in bright lake colour, scale pattern ; fop, bottom, and sides, 
having classical figure subjects, in colour, within scrolled 
medallions ; inside, a large subject of Venus and Adonis 



305 

3737 A square box, original chased gold mount, gilt inside : land- 

scape and subjects, on top, sides, and bottom ; inside the lid, 
figures looking at a comet 

3738 A box, basket-shaped, gold mount: blue and buff forget-me-not 

flowers pattern embossed all over the outside ; inside, the lid 
painted in colours, with a VVatteau subject ; the box, gilt 
within 

3739 A square box, engraved gold mounting: top, sides, and bottom, 

painted in colours, with military subjects, ornamented roiuid 
with flowers and raised scroll work ; inside the lid, a battle 
in colours 

3740 A square box, original chased gold mounting, gilt inside : 

figures and conversations on the top, bottom, and sides ; a 
female in rich costume, and buildings within the lid 

3741 A large square box, silver-gilt mounting: all over raised may- 

flower pattern, and leaves in colours ; inside, a landscape, 
shepherd, sheep, &c., in colours — in original red and gilt 
leather case 

3742 An oval box, with original chased gold mounting: Vienna china ; 

figures on the top, bottom, and sides; and inside lid, raised 
scroll work on the white ground 

3743 A small round jar-shaped box, plain gold mounting: the ground 

is white raised basketwork pattern ; top, bottom, and sides 
painted in colours, with six medallions of figures; inside lid, 
subject in colours 

3744 An oval box, gilt metal mounting : the top and bottom 

painted in pink, with a seaport and figures surrounded 
with rich coloured and gilt raised scrolls and flowers ; six 
medallions round the sides, in pink, of seaports, &c., with 
similar ornaments round them ; inside the lid, a view of 
a city, in pink 

3745 A square box, gilt metal mounting: top, sides, and bottom 

painted with figures in green, faces in flesh colour, surrounded 
by raised scrolls ; inside lid, figures and a lady with doo-s, in 
colours 

X 



30(5 

374G An ogg-shapeil box, original gold chased mountings, painlcd in 
coloms, with i\"ligious subjects, finding of Moses, &c. 

3747 A small oval box, chased origitial gold nio\inting: top of Aven- 

turine; bottom, raised and coloured china, agricultural trophy, 
and motto in Freneh ; inside, flowers painted 

3748 A square box, original gold mounting, beautifully painted in birds, 

top, sides, bottom, and inside 

3749 A square box. Capo di Monte silver-gilt or gold mounting : with 

busts of the Caesars, surroiuided hy coloured scrolls, on gilt 
ground, on the top and sides ; a landscape, in pink, on the 
bottom; a battle in colours, inside; the corners of the box 
are curved in shape 

3750 An oval basket-shaped box, in its original gold mountings fluted 

in shape : inside and outside, a richly gilt ground, with seven 
medallions, in colours, of Watteau subjects, on gilt ground 

3751 A circular box, unhinged, original chased gold mounting: the 

head of a king, in grisaille, on a pink ground, on the top, 
surrounded by gilt ornaments ; inside^, a trophy in gold colour ; 
at the bottom and sides, wreaths in gold, and some colours 

3752 An oval box, in silver-gilt moiniting, having eight views, in 

colours, of Meissen, within raised and coloured scrolled 
and flowered frames ; inside, a portrait of a lady, as a shep- 
herdess 

3753 A barrel-shaped box, opening at both ends, in its original chased 

gilt-metal mounting, painted in colours, with garlands of 
flowers over raised hoops round sides ; on the ends, a cat and 
dog within raised wreaths of flowers; within lids, figures and 
dogs, painted in colours 

3754 An oblong box, original chased gilt-metal mounting, painted 

in colours, with flowers ; in the inside, a hunting party, in 
colours 

3755 A square box, silver-gilt threaded mounting : outside and inside, 

painted with views of Meissen, in colo\u's 

3756 A large square box, silver-gilt threaded mounting : gilt within ; 

the outside and inside, painted in colour?^, in battle and 
military subjects 



307 

3757 An oval box, silver-gilt mounting: outside and inside, painted 

in colours, in eight medallions of battle and military subjects ; 
on the outside, the medallions are ornamented with raised 
and coloured {lowers and scrolls 

3758 An oval box, metal-gilt mounting; outside, there are eiglit 

medallions of subjects, in colours within raised and flowered 
ornamented scroll work; inside lid, figures 

3759 A large oval box, silver-gilt chased mounting : the ground outside 

a drab green chequered pattern, with six medallions, in 
grisaille, of cupids, trophies on a blue ground, and gold 
lines ; within, a mythological subject in grisaille 

3760 An oblong trunk-shaped box, silver-gilt mounting, ground painted 

in green, with shaded white ornaments ; medallions of aquatic 
birds, in colours, outside and inside 

3761 A square box, gilt metal chased mounting: outside, painted in 

colours, with subjects ; inside, a lady as a shepherdess 

3762 A square box, gilt metal or silver-gilt chased mounting : dark 

blue ground, ornamented with gilt stars, medallions in 
colours, of figures, cupids, &c., scrolled round; within, cupids, 
and a rustic scene 

3763 An oval basket-shaped box, gilt metal mounting: the outside 

painted with medallions of figures in pink colours, and orna- 
ments, of raised gilt scroll work ; in the inside, subject, in 
colours 

3764 A heart and basket-shaped box, silver-gilt mounting : the box gilt 

within, and seven medallions of subjects, in dark bistre colour, 
outside and inside, in ornamented panels 

3765 A square box, silver mounting : painted in military subjects, in 

colours, and having an embossed scroll ornamental work; iu 
the inside, a painting of a royal family, view of a palace, &c. 

3766 A square box, with curved corners, ornamented silver-gilt or metal 

mounting : outside, with raised and coloured scrolls and 
painted flowers ; inside the lid, figures dancing, in colours 

3767 A flat square box, imitative of a folded l?tter, addressed " A' ma 

Bonne Garde Malade la Comtesse de Bruhl," &c. a Varsovie, 
da date le 25, d'Avril, 1755 — gilt metal mounting 

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3768 A flat square box, with gilt metal or silver mounting : on top and 

bottom, cupids, in pink colour, emblematical of painting; 
within, a female portrait, under the type of Fame, supporting 
a portrait of a painter, in colours 

3769 A square box, original ornamental silver-gilt cage mounting; 

black, gold, and shell applique work in buildings on the 
outside 

3770 A square box, silver-gilt mounting, raised indented ornamented 

surfaces: outside, blue, gold, and white; within the lid a 
figure subject, in colours 

377 1 An orange-shaped box, metal mounting, coloured like an orange : 

within, a subject in colours 

3772 A circular box, silver-gilt mounting, medallions in pink colour 

outside, of cupids; within, coloured ornamented borders ; inside 
lid, a female portrait, in colours, in fancy costume 

3773 A barrel-shaped box, opening at both ends, gilt silver or metal 

mounting, yellow ground, with embossed white flowers; and 
on either end, sporting subjects, embossed white on yellow 
ground ; within each lid, Watteau figures, in colours, and 
gilt within 

ENAMELLED ON COPPER, &c. 

3774 An etui, gilt silver chased mounting, painted in colours, in my- 

thological subjects : within, embossed scroll ornaments 

3775 A bodkin case, long and round, original chased gold mounting, 

painted in colours, with figure subjects within, yellow, &c., 
frame work 

3776 An oblong box, original chased gilt metal or silver mounting; 

outside, painted in colours and gilding in monumental urns, 
subjects, &c. ; in the inside, figures in colours 

3777 A small square box, chased gilt silver or metal mounting ; outside, 

painted in colours, in subjects of figures, arbours, &c. ; inside, a 
portrait of a queen, in colours 



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3778 A small square box, silver-gilt and engraved mounting, lake 

coloured, ground : outside, medallion?, in colours, of buildings, 
figures, «&c. ; within, subject in colours, of buildings and figures 

3779 A square box, silver-gilt mounting : outside, painted in colours, 

with subjects; inside, a portrait of Augustus Frederic of 
Saxony, without his wig, in colours 

3780 A square box, silver-gilt mounting : outside, embossed with 

coloured raised flowers ; in the inside, Diana, Actseon, &c., in 
colours 

3781 A large square box, silver-gilt and engraved mounting, painted 

all over and inside lid with landscapes, and gilt within box 

3782 A square box, fluted and gilt corner sides, gilt metal mounting : 

outside, painting in colours, with the nine of diamonds and the 
nine of clubs, with flowers; inside lid, a subject, in colours, of 
figures surveying a comet 

3783 A square box, silver-gilt mounting, gilt within : on the top of the 

lid, Hercules and a classical subject, in colours ; within, head 
of a philosopher, in colours ; sides and bottom, Watteau 
figures, &c., in colours 

3784 A square box, plain silver mounting : battles in colours outside ; 

portrait, in colours, of Frederic II., of Prussia 

3785 A square box, original chased and coloured gilt metal mounting : 

military subjects in colours, outside ; and a battle within, in 
colours 

3786 A square box, metal chased mounting: Watteau subjects, in 

colours, outside ; a classical or mythological subject, in colours 
within 

3787 A circular box, metal gilt chased mounting, ribbed and fluted 

all over : outside, with flowers painted in colours ; ^inside 
box, flowers painted in colours ; and within lid, a large paint- 
ing, in colours, of figures 

3788 A circular box, gilt metal or silver mounting : flowers in pink 

colours on the outside ; box gilt within ; and in the inside 
a subject, in pink colour 

3789 A large octagonal box, silver-gilt mounting, outside and inside 

lid, painted in colours, with seapoil views, figures, &c., in 



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panels, surrounded by gilt scrolls, with small medallions, in 
lake colour, of views 

3790 A circular box, original chased gilt metal mounting, with a 

moveable gilt metal tray inside: the box is ribbed and fluted 
and has flowers painted in green outside, with circular medal- 
lions of figures in green in the centres of the top and bottom ; 
in the inside of lid, a large painting in colours of a Watleau 
subject 

3791 A circular box, threaded silver mounting, painted within lid and 

on the outside in colours, in landscape, figures, &c., within 
raised and coloured scrolled and ornamented borders 

3792 A box, shaped liked a shell, Capo di Monte china, coloured 

shells outside ; within lid, classical figures in colours ; box 
gilt inside ; chased silver gilt mounting 

3793 A circular box, Uke a rose, silver-gilt mounting, painted outside 

in colours, and embossed and raised, with leaves, and a 
butterfly, and ornamented with gilding ; within lid, a view, 
in colours, of a part of Rome, with four medallions in lake 
colour, round 

3794 An oval box, silver-gilt mounting, painted on the outside in 

pink colour, in mythological subjects and landscapes, with 
gilt ornamented borders j within lid. Mars and Venus, in 
colours — Italian china 

3795 A box, oval, and fluted, curved and panelled, gilt silver, or metal 

mounting, arms and crown in colours; outside, conversational 
figures in green colour, in medallions, and richly gilt ornaments 
379G An oval box, with chased silver mounting : the tops, sides, and 
bottom painted in medalliuns of cupids; within raised and gilt 
scroll work ; in the inside of the lid, a mythological subject ; 
the box is gilt within 

3797 A box, modelled as a pug dog lying down, with its original chased 

gilt metal mount ; flowers painted at the bottom and within 
the lid 

3798 A box, shaped like a female bust, and mounted in chased silver : 

bust, in colours; outside, a landscape in pink ; and within the 
lid, ^ female, in pink 



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37*.)9 A jar-;>hape(i bos, gilt chased metal mount, puiiitod vvilU birds 

3800 A small oval box, chased silver gilt mounting-; Watteau figurcjs, 

subjects, &c. outside and within lid 

3801 A circular grooved box, sdver-gilt mounting, Watteau subjects on 

top, sides, and bottonj ; female subject, with flowers, inside 
lid ; box gilt within 

3802 A circular grooved box, silver-gilt mount, green ground, with 

medallions of llowers within gilt borders ; inside lid, figures 
and subjects ; the box gilt within 

3803 A circular box, silver-gilt mounting: landscapes with figures in 

sepia and colours, outside ; inside lid, a subject, in colours, and 
llowers in colours within body of box 

3804 An oval box, with chased and gilt metal mounting, and enamelled 

flower ornaments — Sevres cliina : on the top, a painting of a 
female with a basket of flowers, surrounded by a dark blue 
and gilt border ; paintings of flowers, within dark blue borders^ 
on the sides, on the bottom, within a wreath in gold 

3805 An oval box, gilt metal mounting : the outside embossed with a 

bust, in white, of a French marshal, on a blue ground, orna- 
mented with wreaths, flowers, &c., in blue and gilding; in 
the inside, fruit, a parrot on a terrace, incolours 

3806 A box, square-shaped, silver-gilt mounting, in colours, with a 

mythological subject within scrolled ornamented border; 
sides having embossed and coloured figures; the bottom 
embossed, and coloured trophies, figures, and crown, uith in- 
scription and date, 31 Jan., 1/64 ; inside, Pan and a nymph, 
in colours 

3807 A square box, with curved corners, silver- gilt and chased 

mounting, white trellised raised pattern ground, and flowers 
in colours ; within, a vase of flowers and parrot 

3808 A square box, silver-gilt mounting : outside, embossed scroll 

work, with flowers painted in colours between scroll work ; 
inside, a rich painting of Cupid and Venus, in colours 

3809 A square box, silver-gilt chased mounting ; outside painted in 

colours, with Watteau figures ; in the inside of lid a subject 
in colours ; the box is gilt inside 



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3810 A square box, original chased gilt metal mounting, paintiiigs, 

in colours, of subjects outside ; a female portrait seated, a 
pug dog, &c., in colours, inside 

3811 A square box, chased silver-gilt mounting, paintings, in colours, 

outside and inside, of cupids attired in grotesque costumes 

3812 A box, swept and fluted shape, silver-gilt mounting : top painted 

in colours, with a Watteau subject, within an embossed orna- 
mented scrolled border ; bottom painted similarly ; the sides 
ornamented with raised scroll work ; inside of the lid Apollo 
and Venus, in colours : the box is gili within 

3813 A square box, silver mounting, painted outside and inside with 

poultry and birds in colours, and having raised and orna- 
mented scroll borders outside 
S8I4 A square box, chased or engraved silver mounting : rich paintings 
in pink of figures aod flowers, within ornamented borders, 
on the outside ; a subject of figures, after Watteau, inside the 
lid 

3815 A square box, original chased gilt metal mounting, white 

embossed lattice pattern ground outside, with views and 
figures, within gilt medallions ; interior of the box gilt, and 
a subject, in colours, inside the lid 

3816 A square box, engraved silver or metal mounting: outside, figures 

subjects in colours within scrolled raised bordei's, edged with 
lake colour, scale pattern, green ; within, a Watteau subject, 
in colours 

3817 A square box, silver-gilt engraved mounting, mythological 

figures and trophies, cameo like, of light blue grey ground ; 
and inside, a naked Venus, in colours 

3818 A square box, with hollowed corners, mounted in silver gilt: 

painted on the outside with subjects of figures within rich 
gilt scrolls ; in the inside the portrait of a lady at her toilette : 
the box is gilt within 

3819 A large square box, mounted in silver-gilt, painted in figures 

and landscape subjects outside and inside 

3820 A box, of square form, with curved sides, in its original chased 

gilt metal mounting J the top opening in two divisions ; the 



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box painted in a blue scale pattern ground, with nine 
medallions, in colours, of figures, outside and inside 

3821 A box, of large oblong form, fluted and curved, in its original 

chased gilt metal mounting : the outsides painted in land- 
scapes and figures enclosed within medallions of flowers ; 
the inside of the lid has a large subject of figures at a table ; 
the box is gilt inside, but is cracked on the top 

3822 A square box, original chased gilt metal mounting, with figure 

of a rat on the front of the mounting : the top of the box 
painted with a subject of a prisoner in the Bastile taming 
, mice ; on the other parts of the box there are subjects of mice 
and rats ; the top damaged 

3823 A square box, engraved and silver-gilt cage mounting : Watteau 

figures, &c. on outside ; inside of lid a mythological subject ; 
box gilt within 

3824 A box, of curved and fluted shape, metal mounting : with a 

crown and cypher in pink on the top ; landscapes in pink on 
the sides and bottom ; within, a portrait, in colours, of an 
empress 

3825 A square box, silver-gilt mounting, in a white ground, with 

raised and reticulated pattern, flowers, and scrolls of green 
and gold ; within the lid, a lady and parrot, in colours 

3826 A large square box, mounted in silver : on the outside paintings 

of figures, &c. in green, with flesh colour tints, within white 
scroll embossed borders; in the inside of the lid, a fine 
painting in colours, of a female in a crown, on a cushion ; 
the box gilt inside 

3827 A box, of large square-shape, silver-gilt threaded mounting : 

Watteau figures, and subjects outside; inside, portrait of 
Augustus the Strong, Elector of Saxony, in a red dress 

3828 A box, of a large square-shape, silver-gilt chased mounting : on 

the outside, mythological figures and subjects within highly 
ornamented and scrolled medallion borders ; within the lid 
a portrait of Augustus of Saxony, in a different costume, and 



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full armour; the box ornamented inside with liexagoii 
lattice work, and cyphers of A. R., in pink. Formerly belonged 
to George IV. 

3829 A square-shaped box, silver-gilt mounting, light pink, drab 

ground, with oval medallions in cameo of classical busts ; 
within the lid a portrait in colours of Frederic II. 

3830 A large square box, mounted, in chased silver-gilt cage pattern ; 

the sides curved, white ground, highly embossed in relief 
with bust of Mars and trophies ; inside the lid, a painting, in 
colours, of Mars and Venus ; the box is gilt inside 

3831 A box, of square form, engraved silver-gilt or metal mount: the 

outside is painted in landscapes and figures; in the inside, a 
portrait of a lady reading a letter, within an ornamented oval 
border 

3832 A box, of largish square-shape, gilt-metal mounting, opening both 

at the top and bottom : in the inside of each lid there are 
subjects highly coloured ; on the outside, small landscape 
and figures 

3835 An oblong-shaped box, in original chased gilt-metal mounting : 

painted in enamel, on the outside, with subjects of pastoral 
figures; inside, a female portrait holding a mask, with 
flowers 

3836 A box, of square oblong shape, with its original chased gilt metal 

mounting, painted in enamel on the top and within ; the top 
with subjects in pink 

3837 A square box, in its original chased silver-gilt mounting, painted 

in enamel, in pink, with flowers outside, and a subject of 
figures within 

ETUIS. 

3838 A female head, painted on stem, with flowers, and yellow scale 

pattern — mounted in gilt-metal 

3839 A leg, in ornamented stocking and shoe, mounted in gilt metal 

3840 A child, with basket of flowers on its head, mounted in gilt metal 

3841 A baby, in swaddling clothes, mounted in gilt-metal 



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3812 A leg and ihigli, with stocking half up, mounted in gold 

3843 A bouquet of flowers, and upright stalks, mounted in gold 

3844 An etui, of china, painted in flowers, mounted in original chafed 

gilt metal or silver 



E7id of Tie enfy- eighth Day^s Sale- 



Twenty -ninth Day's Sale. 



On THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1855, 



AT ONE O CLOCK PRECISELY. 



WATCHES, 

Of the period of Elizabeth, or James the First. 

3845 An octagonal-shaped watch, crystal and gilt-metal mounted, in a 

plain gilt-metal outer case : a dial plate, gilt metal, engraved ; 
hours only noted — catgut — "John Kendal, fecit" 

3846 An oval watch, crystal, fluted and mounted in gilt metal in small 

swept curved edgings ; engraved dial, silver, with the hours on 
a circular plate, chased with flowers, fixed on gilt-metal 
and engraved oval plate — catgut — ''Jacques Viother" 

3847 An oval watch, crystal, mounted in gilt metal, sides, panelled 

with the same ; oval dial plate, in chased and ornamented 
silver, having three circular dials for the hours, days of the 
month, and week, and apertures for the moon's age : it opens 
both on front and back 

3848 An octagonal watch, crystal front and back, sides, panelled 

in turquoise-coloured glass or composition, gilt-metal mount- 
ings; dial circle for hours, of silver, on metal-gilt plate — 
name, " Conrad & Kreiger " : it opens Jaoth in back and 
front 

3849 A scalloped or padlock locket-shaped watch, crystal front, and 

ribbed crystal back ; gilt-metal engraved mounting, dial of 
gilt-metal, hands engraved and pierced in part, hours noted ; 





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days of the month noted on a silver circle, with ^eel plate 
apparently for moon's age — catgut — maker's name, " Gio. 
Batt. Mascarone " (See illustration.) 

3850 An octagonal watch, of crystal, with gilt metal mountings, sides 

in panels ; the hours noted on a silver circle, on an en- 
graved gilt-metal plate : it opens on the back and front — 
maker's name, " NR '' 

3851 A tulip-shaped silver-gilt watch, opening on the three sides ; the 

hours noted on a silver dial, on an engraved gilt plate — maker's 
name, " Adam Gluck, Aug." 

3852 A tulip-shaped silver watch, enamelled in black small sq\iares or 

chequers; the hours noted on an engraved oval silver dial, 
catgut — " Edward Bysse, fecit " 

3853 A tulip-shaped silver watch, ornamented with raised and cut or 

chased squares, on a panel, gilt ground ; hours noted on a gilt 
circle, with chased silver foliage in centre, catgut — " Daniel 
Van Pilcom, fecit Amsterdam, M.DL.XL " 

3854 An octagronal gilt silver or metal watch, the back and front 

being of opaque blue glass or composition, richly enamelled 
in colours, with gilding in flowers ; the hours noted on a silver 
circle, on an engraved gilt plate — " A B L:" it opens in back 
and front 

3855 An oval pear-shaped watch, crystal front and back, in parcel gilt 

silver mounting : it opens in front and back ; hours noted on 
a silver circle on an engraved gilt plate — " J. H. Ester " 

3856 An octagonal silver watch, parcel gilt : sides, front, and back 

prettily engraved ; hours noted on a silver engraved cir- 
cular plate, laid on an engraved gilt plate — " C Cameel a 
Strasbourg " 

3857 A pear or locket-shaped silver-gilt watch, crystal- front : very 

handsome dial plate, enamelled with coloured flowers ; hours 
noted on enamelled circle — " Conrat. Kreitzer " 

3858 A round silver watch, parcel gilt, finely engraved on the front, 

back, and sides with scriptural subjects : dial plate handsomely 
engraved, with hours noted on a silver circlet thereon — 
" James Vanbrosis, fecit " 



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3S59 A round crystal watch, with gilt silver or metal mounting, the 
crystal cut in diamond-shaped panels ; the dial plate of silver, 
engraved — the maker " Chas. Bobinel " — catgut : it has an 
outer black shagreen silver-mounted case 



3860 A skull-shaped silver watch, engraved on the outside with an hour 

glass, and Latin moral mottoes — catgut ; hours noted on an 
engraved dial plate — " Charles Bobinel " : time of Elizabeth 

3861 A crucifix or cross-formed silver-gilt watch, handsomely engraved 

on all parts, with figures, emblems, &c. ; dial plate, hand- 
somely engraved hoiirs on a circlet : it opens both in front 
and back : time of Elizabeth 

3862 A cross-shaped silver-gilt watch : points of the cross rounded ; 

richly engraved all over ; engraved dial plate^ with the hours 
noted on a circlet thereon : time of Elizabeth 

3863 A silver watch, shaped like a duck : engraved dial plate, gilt, with 

a silver circular plate lor the hours — in an original shaped 
blackleather outer case, ornamented with silver studs: time of 
Elizabeth 

3864 A round silver watch, ornamented with raised ribs or rays ; hours 

noted on a dial, engraved in flowers — catgut — " Theodore 
Griard Blois " : Elizabeth or James I. 

3865 A cross-formed watch, crystal, with gilt silver or metal mounting, 

engraved : a group of figures apparently added at the top ; 
opening at the back and front ; hours noted on an engraved 
dial — mark N. R. : Elizabeth 

3866 A fleur-de-lys shaped watch, the front of crystal^ and the back 

and mounting of gilt metal ; the dial round, and of engraved 
silver, set in a gilt metal plate, engraved — " Henry Gebert a 
Strasbourg " : Elizabeth or James I. 

3867 A small octagonal watch, in a fluted melon -form amber case, 

mounted in gilt silver or metal ; the dial of silver, enamelled, 
with crystal over it : Elizabeth or James I. 

3868 A silver watch, shaped like an eagle, with Ganymede clasping 

its neck ; hours noted on an engraved and ornamented dial 
plate—" E. Delafueille " : Elizabeth 



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3869 A flat square watch, gilt silver or metal, with raiptid ornamenlnl 

silver and flowers, a jour on the case ; hours noted on a 
circle, with the dial having the same silver ornamental work 
— catgut — " Johan. Michael Kheller : " James I. 

3870 A flat square watch, silver gilt and engraved, ornamented with cut- 

silver scrolls, a jour on thesides and on the dial plate, with hours 
noted thereon ; glass, in a circle over the dial — " Johannes" 
the remainder of the name hidden by the works : James I. 

3871 A square gilt metal or silver watch, the bottom part swelling 

outwards, and chased in scrolls, &c. ; the dial handsomely 
ornamented in blue enamel, with the hours on a white 
ground ; crystal over the dial — " John Joyne, St. Germain a 
Paris : '' James I. 

3872 An octagonal smoked topaz watch, the sides and back cut in 

panels, the dial-plate enamelled in colours on gold, the 
mounting of gilt silver, or metal — in an outer case of green 
shagreen, &c. : Elizabeth or James 1. 

3873 A round-ribbetl or fluted silvet-gilt watch, the hours noted on 

engraved silver dial-plate — maker's name, " Girard a Caen " 

3874 A small round silver gilt watch ; hours noted on a plain silver dial 

— catgut — "Pierre Dufour'': it has a very handsome outer 
case of black shagreen, with the coronet of a marquis and rich 
cypher and other ornaments, with small gilt studs: James I. 

3875 A round silver watch, chased or embossed like a rose, the dial, 

with the hours noted, handsomely chased — " Benjamin 
Rotterodd " — catgut : it has a handsome outer case of black 
and brown, profusely ornamented with silver studs : James I. 

3876 A round gold watch, enamelled on the back ; subject of Venus 

and Mars, medallions of cupids round the sides ; in the 
centre of the dial a circular portrait in enamel of Charles II., 
of England ; in the inside of the gold case a large portrait 
in enamel of the Earl of Rochester — " Rob. Dingley, 
London: " it has a handsome outer case of shagreen, richly 
ornamented with gilt studs in scrolls; it is supposed to have 
bjlonged to one of the royal family, or their connexions, in 
the time of Charles II. 



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3877 A round gold watch : fine portrait, in enamel, on the back, of 

WiUiam III. on a white horse at the battle of the Boyne ; 
in the centre of the dial, enamel of St, George and the 
dragon ; the hands of the dial are ornamented with rose 
diamonds; the sides of the watch enamelled in flowers; 
inside, a landscape in enamel — " Josephus Norris, Amster- 
dam " ; the watch has an elegant gold outer case ; at the 
sides ornamentally chased and pierced. This watch is supposad 
to have belonged to the royal family of the time 

3878 A massive gold repeater, with ornamented gold dial. This watch 

belonged to the Duchess (Sarah Churchill) of Marlborough, 
and was given to her by Queen Anne. The inner case hand- 
somely chased and pierced, with ornaments of birds and 
scrolls round the sides, with an engraved portrait bust of 
Queen Anne under a canopy, with the lion and unicorn as 
supporters ; and in the middle of the back of the watch 
there are the initials S. A. C. ; the outer case is richly chased 
with female busts in medallions, and pierced with small 
circular apertures for the sound; and in the centre an 
engraved cypher — maker's name, " John Halsted, London " 

3879 A round gold chased repeating watch, with ornamented gold 

dial. This viratch belonged to George I. The inner case is 
handsomely chased and pierced, having the royal arms, 
surmounted by a crown within an ornamented ciicle, at the 
back ; the outer case is finely chased with a subject of the 
king hunting the wild boar, and chased ornaments of busts, 
trophies, &c. — maker's name "Z. Michau Georg. Albrecht " 

3880 A round gold enamelled watch : on the back subject of a female 

bathing, attended by two handmaids; on the dial Diana; 
round the sides landscapes in medallions on a blue ground, 
with yellow ornaments ; in the inside a landscape — maker's 
name, " Quainte, London " ; in a panel round the sides the 
enameller's names " Les freres Huant " : the watch has an 
outer case of green shagreen, with gilt metal ornament — 
1650 to 1700 



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3881 A large round hunting-shaped gold enamelled watch, beautifully 

enamelled with figures and landscapes after Poelemberg, on the 
front, back, and sides, and on the dial, and in the insides of 
the back and front : the original catgut in the works — maker's 
name, " Hans Canraet Etchinger, Amsterdam :" Charles I. 

3882 A large gold enamelled round hunting watch, finely enamelled 

on the front and back with the subjects of Charity and Faith ; 
round the sides, landscapes ; on the dial, and inside the 
case, landscapes — the maker's name, " Nicholas Bernard. A. 
Paris" — catgut: Charles I. 

3883 An oval fluted ivory watch, gold and enamelled dial plate, and 

gold enamelled mountings ; catgut, on silk ; in a black shagreen 
case 

3884 A round gold enamelled watch : in the centre of the dial, Diana ; 

at the back, a classical figure subject ; round the sides, land- 
scapes in medallions, on a blue ground, ornamented; on a 
tablet, on centre of sides, " Heraud le puisne fecit ;" and 
landscapes inside the case — maker's name, " Jacques Cartier :'' 
it has an outer dark shagreen case, ornamented with gilt 
metal studs, disposed in flowers — 1650 to 1700 

3885 A ROUND GOLD AND ENAMELLED WATCH: in 

the inner case, on the back, a subject ; round the sides, 
birds ; ihe hands of the dial ornamented with small diamond 
sparks ; within the inner case, an enamel of a landscape — 
maker's name, "Ben. Gray Just Vulliamy, London, Z. N. O." 
This beautiful watch has an elegant outer case of crystal, 
mounted in chased gold, with a brillia.it knob 

3886 A round gold enamelled watch, formerly given by George II. to 

the wife of Sir Robert Walpole : the sides are ornamented 
with raised enamelled flowers; on the back, a curious enamel 
of translucid kind, of three musicians, apparently older than 
the other parts of the watch — maker's name, " Jcsepli 
Marteau, senior, London;" in the inside of the case, a written 
inscription — " This watch was given to Sir R. VValpole's first 
wife, by George II., when Prince of Wales, 1721.'' From 
Straioberry Hill 



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3887 A round gold and enamelled watch : on the back, the subject of 

Galatea; round the sides, medallions of landscapes, on a blue 
ornamented giound, the name of the enameller on a panel, 
" Heraud le puisne fecit ;" on the dial, a classical subject ; the 
hands set with sparks : a landscape inside the case — maker's 
name, " Stephen Tracy, Rotterdam " 

3888 A round gold and enamelled watch, hunting shape : classical 

subjects on the front and back ; landscapes round the sides, and 
on the dial, and inside the case — maker's name, " Josephus 
Norris, Amsterdam :" it has an outer protecting case of 
shagreen, studded with gold or gilt metal studs : Charles I. 

3889 A round gold enamelled watch, hunting shape ; beautifully en- 

amelled subjects of the Virgin and infant Christ on the front, 
back, dial, and round the sides, and inside cases, also sur- 
rounded with small enamels, imitative of turquoises — "Jean 
Hebrat a Bruxelle :" it has the original catgut. From the 
Debruges Collection : Charles I. 

3890 A round gold- mounted agate watch, hunting shape, ornamented 

with enamel: the dial of gold, and enamelled in part with 
coloured ornaments, and with two rubies on the dial ; the 
initials H. G. R. on the works: James I. 

3891 An octagonal crystal watch, mounted in gold, and enamelled 

round the edges ; dial gold plate enamelled in green colour, 

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catgut — maker's name, &c. du chemin 

A R 

3892 A very diminutive round gold watch, ornamented with raised 

enamelled coloured flowers, and pierced : the dial has 
coloured enamelled ornaments on the plate ; apparently this 
watch has had a striking movement. It has an outer case 
of gold or silver gilt, engraved on one side with a cypher, and 
on the other side a coat of arms : the gold chain and key are 
of much more modern date — 1500 to 1550. It is a most 
curious specimen 

3893 A small octagonal gold and enamelled watch, with rubies set in 

projecting tablets round the sides, enamelled birds at the 
back — maker's name P.P. or P.D. A most curious specimr 



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it has a small chain and oddly shaped key : Elizabeth or 
James 

3894 An oval watch: the back and front cut out of a Syrian garnet, 

cut in squares ; the sides mounted in gold, and set round with 
old tallow -drop- shaped rubies set in [silver, with two old cut 
diamonds at the top and place of opening ; the dial plate 
chased in gold — catgut. A very fine and rare specimen : 
Elizabeth or James 

3895 A round gold and enamelled watch : on the back, subjects 

enamelled of the Elector and Electress of Brandenburgh, in 
classical attire ; in the centre of the dial plate is an enamel of 
Diana and Endymion ; round the sides, enamels of landscapes 
in medallions, on a blue ornamented ground ; a tablet in the 
middle — " les deux frcres heraut de son A. E. a Berlin ; " 
inside the case, an enamel of a large landscape — maker's 
name, " Jean de Cherudens : '' in an outer case of black sha- 
green, ornamented with gilt studs 

3896 A round gold enamelled watch, hunting shape : back and front, 

with paintings of a sacred character, most finely executed — name 
of the artist at the back, under the infant Christ, " Vauguer 
Piu ; '' enamelled medallions of subjects, &c. round the sides ; 
on the dial, in centre, a sacred subject ; and within the cases, 
back and front, enamels of the Holy Family, in landscapes — 
maker's name, " C. Bonneux, A Paris " — catgut: it has an 
outer protecting gold case with chased ornaments, with glasses 
back and front. Vauguer was a famous enamellcr, of Blots, 
and this watch is said to have belonged to Anne of Austtia 

3897 A round watch, most beautifully ornamented in the front, back, 

and sides, in raised and pierced enamel work of coloured 
flowers on gold or gilt metal, hunting shape : dial, plain gold, 
or gold metal ; on the inside of the top lid is a fine etching of 
a landscape, with figures of satyrs, &c. : intended for catgut — 
maker's name, "Claude Pascal a la Haye:" James I. or 
Charles 

3898 A round gold and enamelled watch, hunting shape : enamels of 

Theseus and Ariadne, Neptune, &c. on the front and back; 

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and classical subjects, in landscapes, round the sides, with 
masks between them ; in the centre of the dial, cupids witli 
doves : in the inside of front case, a landscape and figures, 
and in the inside of back, flowers — maker's name, " Simion 
Van Leuwen, Amsterdam : " Charles I. 

3899 A rovmd gold and enamelled case for watch, hunting shape : front 

and back finely enamelled in colours with battles; round the 
sides, are classical subjects, enamelled in pink colours, within 
tablets or medallions, separated by figures, in colours on a 
black ground ; inside the cases are battles in pink colours, one 
of which resembles the subject of the contest of the Bridge of 
Pisa. This case is of apparently Italian workmanship : 
Charles I. 

3900 A gold and enamelled square watch : the back and sides richly 

enamelled in coloured and raised flowers ; the dial covered 
with crystal, ornamentally enamelled ; and on the centre of 
the dial, on a green enamelled ground, is an embossed en- 
amelled cupid, with bow and arrow, which acts as an index to 
the hours — maker's name, "Jean de Choudens, A.R. ;" on 
the back, in the centre, is an enamel of Cupid and Venus: 
James or Charles I. 

3901 A round gold and euamelled watch, having on the back and on 

the centre of the dial, classical subjects ; inside of the case 
a landscape ; round the sides are landscapes in medallions, 
on a blue ground, with fruit — maker's name, " Philippus Van 
Ceulen Hage : " it has an outer case of dark shagreen, with 
gilt mounting : about 1650 

3902 An oval silver watch, parcel gilt: round the sides, chasings of 

animals, birds, and scroll work ; dial, silver and gilt metal, 
engraved with scrolls and animals : it has been formed to tell 
the moon's age, days of the month, i&c. ; in the inside of the 
back case there has been a sun dial and compass — maker's 
name, " Dupont a Castres: " Elizabeth or James 

3903 An oval silver watch, wiih gilt metal mountings: the sides 

round are pierced in gilt metal, with scro/:s, figures, and 
animals; the front and back finely engraved with subjects of 



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" Vera opulentia," " Curiositas," &c., surrounded by beauti- 
fully chased borders of figures, scrolls, &c. ; the inside of the 
top case is engraved with a landscape ; the dial plate, of gilt 
metal, is engraved with landscapes, &c., and has a silver 
circlet for the hours in centre ; the watch has a bell for an 
alarum — maker's name, " Noel Hubert, Rouen: " Elizabeth 
or James 

3904 A silver Avatch, shaped like a shell, and fluted : the dial is chased 

and engraved in scroll work and figures, in the Niello manner, 
on the silver, on a black ground, and ornamented with gilt 
metal, engraved round it — maker's name, " Pierre Combret i 
Lyon : " Elizabeth or James 

3905 An oval-shaped silver watch : front and back finely chased with 

birds, scrolls, &c. ; the sides of gilt metal engraved in 
leaves ; the dial-plate of gilt metal chased with ornaments 
of birds, scroll work, &c. ; and having a silver circlet for the 
hours — maker's name, '* N. Ridgdale: " Charles I. 

3906 A round silver- gilt watch, hunting shape : front and back chased 

in high relief, in battle, and other subjects, and the sides in 
scrolls and figures ; the dial-plate engraved — maker's name, 
" Nicholas Cuy, a Paris " 

3907 An octagonal gilt-metal watch : the cover of dial pierced, and 

representing the lamb and cross, with armorial bearings ; 
the dial-plate of silver, rudely enamelled; the back pierced 
in circular ornaments — maker's name, '' J. P." : the works 
appear rudelj^ fashioned 

3908 An octagonal gilt-metal watch, with a scroll-shaped outside, 

engraved, with four blue glass or pebble ornaments at the 
corners, and a projecting screw point on the outside, to 
fasten to some plan ; the back is of amber, and has an eagle 
engraved on it ; the dial-plate is engraved with figures, and 
has the hours, &c., on a silver circlet 

3909 A flat book-shaped silver engraved watch, dial engraved — 

maker, " George Gluck, Berlin : " Elizabeth or James 

3910 A pear-shaped silver watch, dial engraved — maker's mark, 

"J. C.'^ 



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3911 A book-shaped gilt-metal watch, with silver chased ornaments 

or clasps. This singular article belonged to Bogislaus XIV., 
Duke of Pomerania, in the time of Gustavus Adolphus. On 
the dial side there is an engraved inscription of the duke and 
his titles, with the date 1627, and the engraving of his 
armorial bearings ; on the back side there are engraved 
two male portraits, buildings, &c. ; the dial plate is of silver, 
chased in relief; the insides are chased with birds and foliage. 
This specimen has apparently two separate movements, aad 
has a large bell;- at the back, over the bell, the metal is 
ornamentally pierced in a circle, with a dragon, &c. ; and the 
sides apparently pierced and engraved in scrolls, &c. — 
maker's name, " Dionistus Hessichti." (See illustration) 

3912 A large oval watch, hunting ^shape : the outside of the top is 

chased in relief on silver, the judgment of Paris, within a 
scrolled border; the rest of the case are of gilt metal, with 
pierced ornamented sides ; in the inside of top case engraved 
with a calendar commencing in the year 1610, calculated to 
1665, with dominical letters, solar circle, &c., for such 
period ; the dial-plate of silver is finely engraved with figures, 
masks, and scrolls ; and has three smaller dials of orna- 
mented and gilt metal for the time, planets, &c. ; it has a 
large bell, and the watch has been intended to perform 
various matters — maker's name, " Plant" 

3913 A large round metal-gilt watch, having chased circular ribs on 

the back and sides ; the sides are also ornamentally pierced, 
and chased with flowers ; the dial-plate finely engraved with 
the entombment of Christ, and rim round engraved ; it has a 
striking movement — maker and date, " Nicholas Lemandre, 
aBlois, 1630" 

3914 A small oval gilt metal watch, with circular glass at the top; 

engraved gilt oval dial plate, having the hours marked on a 
narrow silver circle fixed thereon — the maker's name, begin- 
ning with B, is partly hidden by the works; Elizabeth or 
James 



327 

3915 A flat oblong watch, brass, in a brass box case, with round glass 

over dial : the dial plate engraved, and having the hours and 
minutes cut and engraved on a silver circular plate — name, 
&c. " Burg harbfen :" this watch goes with a pendulum 

3916 A round silver watch, chased witVi flowers, and pierced back and 

sides, with a bell, &c. for alarum ; dial, silver, and engraved 
gilt circumference, engraved in the centre ; hours marked or 
enamelled in black — maker's name " Estienne Hubert, Rouen' 
— glass over dial : Charles I, 

3917 A round sils'er watch, engraved in scrolls and flowers on the sides 

and back ; dial plate engraved, and ornamented on silver and 
gilt metal ; hours and days of the month noted thereon, and 
apparently intended to mark the moon's age — maker's name, 
" J. Bock:" it opens front and back. This tvatch was said 
to have been given by Oliver Chomwell to one of the Whalley 
family : Charles I, 

3918 A brass cruciform watch ; the hours engraved on a circle of brass 

— maker's name, " Isidore Champion, A Paris " — catgut or 
silk spring : in a black shagreen case, with glass over the 
dial 

3919 An oval gilt metal watch, with alarum bell, the sides ornamentally 

pierced; round silver dial plate, with the hours; chased gilt 
metal border — maker's name, " Richard Bedertz in Stras- 
bourg : " Elizabeth or James 

3920 A round silver watch, double case, the outside case chased and 

engraved, with border of flowers : in the centre of the back, 
engraving of Charles I. praying, &c., like the frontispiece of 
Eikon Basilike ; at the back of the inner case is the engraving 
of a man in a gown praying, with our Saviour above, and 
the legend in a scroll " And what I sai to you, I sai unto all, 
watch ;" dial, silver circle in gilt metal, and engraved plate, 
noted for hours, days of the month, and moon's age — maker's 
name, " Richard Bowen, Londini, fecit " — catgut spring. 
This is said to have been given by Charles I. to Colonel 
Hammond, at Carisbrooke 



3921 A round silver watch, in an ouler case, enamelled in brown colour, 

with a subject of two boys, a globe, trees, &c. mounted in 
silver ; the works rather flat and handsomely cut — maker's 
name, " Joh. Christoph. Erhardt;" dial, singular, silver, or- 
namented with gilt metal scroll raised work ; hours and days 
of the month, noted on moveable plates ; minutes engraved in 
large numerals — eighteenth century 

3922 A round silver-gilt watch, in double cases, handsomely pierced, 

chased, and engraved, with birds and flowers; and an outer 
case, of tortoiseshell, ornamented with silver studs; the dial 
of silver, with hours and minutes, noted and raised ornament- 
ally — maker's name, " Jaques Patron;" strikes the hours and 
half-hours ; and is marked with the engraved letters S. and N. 
on rim of inner case 

3923 A gilt metal octagonal watch, with pendulum movement, opening 

in front and at the side; dial plate circvdar, of silver, with 
the hours marked thereon 

3924 A round gilt metal repeating watch, ornamentally chased and 

pierced at the back, in scrolls, and at the sides with hunting 
subjects ; the dial, gilt and engraved ; a projecting piece of 
metal at the side causes the lepeating movement to act — 
maker, "Thomas Taylor, in Holbourn" : Charles II. or 
James 

3925 A round watch, of German silver, ornamentally pierced on the 

front, back, and sides, in flowered scrolls, &c. ; it has cither a 
striking or an alarum movement, having a large bell ; the dial 
plate of gilt metal, rudely engraved : Charles I. 

3926 A large oval gilt- metal watch, chased and engraved on top and 

bottom, with subjects of Justice, &c. ; within the lid, a coat of 
arms, finely engraved, 1589— maker, " Ghylus van Cheels" 

3927 A round silver watch, in silver outer case, handsomely chased in 

ornaments of birds, scrolls, and fruit, with an enamel, in co- 
loiu's, in centre of back, of Venus and Cupid ; the dial orna- 
mentally chased, hours and minutes noted thereon, with 
motion for the days of the month — maker's name, " Cabrier, 
London." Time, about 1680 



329 

39"28 A round gilt metal watch, pierced in a star pattern, at the back ; 
it has an alarum bell ; the dial of silver, engraved with the 
hours, and having a metal rim round it, engraved : the works 
areof steel— 1500 to 1550 

3929 A gilt-metal octagonal watch, flat chased or engraved in scrolls ; 

the back ornamentally cut and pierced, with a subject of 
a flower vase, scrolls, &c. ; the sides cut open in balustrade 
work ; it has an alarum bell ; the dial plate of silver, with 
gilt and engraved moveable centre for the hours; dated 1698 
— maker, " Johannes Borsdofer, Augsburg" 

3930 A small round grold watch, enamelled in blue, with raised floral 

coloured border, with an oval centre medallion of Minerva ; 
the inside case is enamelled in turquoise blue, with flowers in 
the middle ; the dial plate enamelled in blue, with raised 
flowers — maker's name, " Pieter Wiesback, Haghe" — pro- 
bable date, about 1680: it has its original outer case, of 
black leather, formerly ornamented with gilding, and has 
silver-gilt mountings 

3931 A small round gold watch, enamelled in blue, with coloured bor- 

der of flowers: in the centre, a medallion of Minerva ; the dial 
has hands set with sparks, and is enamelled with blue, in 
flowers ; in the inside, of case a female portrait, in oval, with 
helmet, and turquoise blue ground ; original catgut — maker's 
name, " Pierre Duhamel " — probable date, about 1680 

3932 A small round gold watch, of scalloped octagonal form, enamelled 

on both sides and back in landscape subjects, and otherwise 
ornamented ; dial, of a bright green, surrounded by a white 
circle ; the watch has its original catgut — maker's name, 
" Estienne Hubert A'Rouen :" it has its original outer black 
leather case — date about 1670 
3U33 A small round gold enamelled watch : on tbe base a medallion 
female portrait, resembling Anne of Austria, surrounded by 
raised enamelled ornaments ; inside case, an oval medallion 
of a warrior, on a turquoise blue ground — makers name, 
"Pierre Lagisse "— date about 1660 — French 



330 

393 1 A round gold watch, with lapis-lazuli back and sides, divided 
by bands of rose diamonds and emeralds — maker"'s name, 
" P. Beauvais, London" 

3935 A round watch, the case of Dresden china, with gilt metal mount- 

ings, case painted in figures, landscapes, &c. — maker's name, 
" Gide a Paris"— date about 1750 or 1760 

3936 A gold watch, shaped like a hat, with turned up front, enamelled 

in variegated pattern : the hat front, in blue, with a diamond 
button and seed-pearl loop ; on one side is a circular mirror ; 
it has a small chain attached : this watch is apparently of 
Geneva production, and may date about 1790 

3937 A gold watch, shaped like a shield, enamelled in variegated 

colours and ornaments — maker's name, '^Amalric Frerer" 
— Swiss, and date abont 1795 to 1800 

3938 A gold watch, shaped like a lyre, enamelled, in an orange ruby 

colour, ornamented with pearls and a diamond : apparently 
Swiss — date about 1800, or perhaps earlier: it has an original 
red leather case 

3939 A gold watch, shaped like a smaller lyre, enamelled in yellow, 

light blue, and bright maroon colours, ornamented with pearls : 
it has a small chain attached — maker's name, " Lg. Duch^ne 
et fils: " probably Swiss, and date about 1798 to 1800 

3940 A small gold watch, shaped like a pear, enamelled in light blue, 

and black and white ornaments — probable date 1800 — Swiss 

3941 A small gold watch, shaped like a balloon, with a boat and 

figures in it below attached by gold chains to the top 
part ; enamelled in dark purple or black ground, with orna- 
mented gold cross lines on the top, and gold and light blue 
and white flowers enamelled on the bottom part of the bal- 
loon ; the end of balloon set round the edge with pearls — in a 
leather case 

3942 A round gold watch, with a chased gold dial, in a chased gold 

outer case, ornamenled with panels of a red coloured agate — 
maker, " Debauffre, London " 

3943 A small watch, shaped like a melon, fluted, gold and enamelled in 

light blue, white, and black, with ornamental devices 



331 

3944 A metal-gilt round watch, the sides with landscapes chased ; and 

Mars and Venus enamelled on the back 

3945 A small fruit-shaped watch, enamelled, with fillagree handle 

3946 Another, in heart-shaped locket case, enamelled — name, " Con- 

stantin " 

3947 A small watch, in balloon-shaped case, enamelled blue — name, 

" Patry et Cheneviere " 

3948 A round silver watch, by Jean Rousseau, the back and sides 

engraved with figures of the Seasons and flowers 



COMPASSES, &c. 

3949 A compass, metal gilt, circular, very elaborately engraved 

3950 A small circular perpetual almanac, of steel, with German in- 

scriptions 

3951 A gilt metal circular box, with a long measuring paper, and a 

calculating dial on the lid 

3952 A circular metal-gilt case, with perpetual almanac on the lid, 

giving the phases of the moon ; a compass inside 

3953 A compass, in octagonal case, of metal gilt, engraved, with the 

elevation of the pole on the reverse 

3954 Another, nearly similar, but smaller 

3955 A compass and perpetual almanac, with steel dials, in metal-gilt 

frame, by N. Hager, of Arnstadt 

3956 An almanac, in vase-shaped metal-gilt case, chased with 

arabesques 

3957 A square ivory case, containing a perpetual calendar and compass, 

— inscribed C. Bloyd, Dieppe 

3958 An oblong ivory folding tablet, containing compass, almanac, &c., 

of German work — engraved 

3959 A metal folding tablet, containing compass and hour dial; the 

top engraved with shields of arms — inscribed C. S., 1566 

3960 A curious magical crystal ball, set in bands of silver. From the 

Collection of the Rev. Mr. Ashby, of Barrow, Suffolk; 
described in Douglas's Nenia Britannica 



332 

3951 A metal-gilt tablet, forming a perpetual almanac, &c., by Johann 
du Polth, Hague; the surface engraved with arabesques and 
scrolls 

3962 A compass and sun-dial, on octagonal plate of white metal, by 
Mollinger, of Neustadt 



CLOCKS. 

3963 A clock, in metal-gilt dome- shaped case, of openwork, on square 

plinth, engraved with scriptural subjects 

3964 A clock, in scalloped crystal case, on stem, the plinth of crystal, 

mounted with metal gilt, with movement in the plinth. Signed 
"J. Wolf, Wien" {See illustration) 

3965 A small silver circular watch, mounted on tripod stand of meta 1 

gilt, with the zodiac above — maker, " Sisson, London" 

3966 A clock, in square flat case of metal gilt, engraved with classical 

busts on outer case, with glass lid 

3967 A clock, in circular metal-gilt case, engraved with figures, a 

compass beneath — maker, " C. Wolf, Paris" 

3968 A clock, in hexagonal case of metal gilt, finely chased with classical 

figures and pilasters, in leather case 

3969 A clock, in hexagonal scalloped case of metal gilt, with glass 

panels bordered with silver, on feet, with repeating movement 

3970 A clock, in the form of an hexagonal temple, metal gilt, with 

classical busts above, and arabesque arches beneath, surmounted 
by a small white-metal figure of Time 

3971 A clock, in metal-gilt square case, with dome top, and caryatid 

figures at the angles, chased with arabesques, &c. : two kings, 
the pope, a cardinal, and other figures, round a wheel of 
fortune, on the bottom, with the letters W. L. S. ; four oval 
silver medallions, engraved with the Evangelists, on the sides 

3972 A clock, with silver dial, in a curious oblong case of metal gilt 

on legs of silver, caryatid figures and scrolls of the same 
round the sides, with German inscriptions, with flint lock and 
match box 



333 

3973 A watch, in crystal spherical case, engraved, the stem of metal 

gilt, and foot of crystal, cut and mounted with metal gilt, and 
enamelled 

3974 A clock, by Gabriel, London, in hexagonal metal-gilt case, with 

glazed sides and top, the dial enamelled with flowers, in leather 
case 

3975 A clock, in square metal-gilt case, ornamented with medallions, 

coats of arms, angels, and feet of white metal (silver) — 1603 

3976 A clock, in case of metal gilt, the movement in the hexagonal 

plinth, on which stands a negro pointing to a sphere, on an 
upright stand — about 1600 

3977 Another, constructed in the same manner, with an oriental figure, 

the round plinth pierced : early part of the seventeenth 
century 

3978 Another, constructed in the same manner, with circular plinth and 

sphere, surmounting a crucifix, the figure of silver — inscribed 
" Nulla Hora sine tui memoria," by Gans, in Nurnberg — in 
case 

3979 A Clock, in handsome Metal-Gilt Case, in the form of a 

square temple, with dome top, surmounted by a figure of 
Hercules and the lion, engraved with fruits and flowers, on 
lion's feet, with dial on both sides, under glass shade 

3980 A CLOCK, IN ELEGANT CASE OF METAL GILT, in 

the form of a temple, most ^elaborately chased and engraved 
with figures and arabesques, surmounted by a figure standing 
on a globe, on ball and claw feet, with winged horses at the 
angles, and dial on either side, under glass shade. (See illus- 
tration) 

3981 A clock, in metal- gilt case, with crucifix above, surmounted by a 

ball, and the Maries at the foot of the cross, on openwork 
hexagonal plinth, in which the movement is contained 

End of Twenty-ninth Day's Sale. 



Thirtieth Day^s Sale, 



On FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 1855, 

AT ONE o'clock PRECISELY. 



SILVER. 

3982 Twelve fiddle and shell pattern table spoons 

3983 Twelve ditto 

3984 Twelve ditto table forks 

3985 Twelve ditto 

3986 Twelve ditto 

3987 Six ditto dessert forks ; and 6 ditto dessert spoons 

3988 Twelve ditto dessert spoons 

3989 Eighteen ditto tea spoons 

3990 A pair of ditto table spoons ; and a fish slice 

3991 A pair of ditto ; and a soup ladle 

3992 Four shell-pattern salt spoons 

3993 Four ditto sauce ladles 

3994 A set of five dozen table knives, six small knives, three carvers, 

and three forks, with chased silver shell-pattern handles 

3995 Twelve threaded and shell pattern tea spoons ; and a butter 

knife 

3996 Four plain salt spoons ; a pair of sugar tongs ; a butter knife ; 

and 2 egg spoons 

3997 Four fiddle salt spoons ; a butter knife, with ivory handle ; and a 

cheese scoop, with ivory handle 





40 9 9 



4188 




419 7 



335 

3998 A marrow spoon ; a tea scoop ; 2 tea strainers ; and 2 savealls 

3999 Nine wine labels, chased with vines and scrolls, with chains 

4000 Four pairs of plain knife rests 

4001 A two-handled lemon strainer, with beaded edges 

4002 A punch ladle, chased with flowers 

4003 A pair of plain scallop shells 

4004 A plain argyll 

4005 A set of four plain bottle stands 

4006 Twenty-four large knives and 24 forks, with chased silver handles 

4007 Twelve ditto; and 12 ditto, of different pattern 

4008 Twelve small ditto; and 12 ditto, of different pattern 

4009 A pair of chamber candlesticks and extinguisher, with beaded 

edges 

4010 A pair of ditto, with extinguishers, and silver snuffers 

40 11 A set of four handsome circular salts, on feet, with chased bands 

on the outsides, with medalhons of heads 

4012 A set of four, similar 

4013 A small oval pierced sugar basket, with festoons of flowers 

4014 An oval teapot and stand, chased with festoons of flowers 

4015 An oval two-handled sugar basin, fluted, gilt inside 

4016 A plain oblong two-handled sugar basin; and a milk jug, similar 

4017 A very handsome coffee pot, richly chased with boys and land- 

scapes, in scroll pattern (^ompartmeuts 

4018 A cocoanut cup, carved with flowers, and mounted with silver 

rim and foot 

4019 A pair of plain oval sauce tureens and covers 

4020 An 8-in. circular salver, with beaded edges, on ball and claw 

feet 

4021 A set of four plain oval 12^ in. deep dishes 

4022 A set of four ditto 

4023 An oval pierced bread basket, with flowers, and upright handle 

4024 A Beautiful Oval Bread Basket, with upright handle, 

pierced and chased with ears of corn and flowers 

4025 An oval pierced snuffer tray, and a pair of snuffers 

4026 A plain snuffer tray, with gadrooned edge, and a pair of 

snuffers 



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4027 A pail- of table candlesticks, with square scroll feet 

4028 A pair of plain table candlesticks 

4029 A pair of handsome table candlesticks, with square columns and 

feet, chased with rams' heads, vases, and festoons 

4030 A set of four elegant Ionic column candlesticks, v\ith spirally 

entwined ornament of foliage, rams' heads, and festoons 

4031 An octagonal-shaped cruet stand, with gadrooned edges and 

eight cruets, a silver spoon, and two labels 

4032 An oval epergne, with centre and six baskets, with openwork 

chased edges 

4033 A SUPERB CIRCULAR SALVER, with border of scrolls 

and flat chasing, the edge of openwork of vines and masks, 
beautifully chased in high relief — 25^ in. diameter 

4034 ANOTHER, SIMILAR— 18 in. diameter 

4035 THE COMPANION 



SILVER-GILT. 

4036 Twenty dessert knives, with silver-gilt blades; and 20 forks, the 

handles of shell pattern 

4037 Six shell-pattern table spoons 

4038 Seven king's-pattern dessert spoons 

4039 Eighteen shell-pattern ditto 

4040 Twelve ditto tea spoons 

4041 Six French shell-pattern tea spoons 

4042 A cream and a sugar ladle, of shell pattern 

4043 A ditto, and a ditto 

4044 A pair of ice spades, shell-pattern 

4045 A pair of sugar nippers, of vine-leaf pattern 

4046 A pair of king's-pattern grape scissors 

4047 Four salt spoons, with shell bowls^ and masks at the handles 

4048 Four wiira labels, beautifully chased with vines 

4049 A pair of ancient spoons, one with ship handle, and one^ with 

figures 

4050 Another pair, with a figure of Hope, and a group of figures 

4051 Another pair, with female figures, one engraved on the back 



337 

4052 TWELVE APOSTLE SPOONS; English, a.d. L579,by the 
same maker. This uniform and unbroken set is almost 
unique 

4054 A Set of Four very handsome Bottle Stands, with open- 

work rims of scroll work 

4055 A PAIR OF ancient Circular Salt Cellars, on stems and 

ball feet, embossed with flowers 

4056 A toothpick stand, in the form of a hedgehog, on stand, with 

wheels 

4057 A beautiful Two-handled Sugar Vase and Cover, 

embossed with foliage 

4058 The Companion 

4059 A Superb Coffee Pot, embossed with fruit and foliage, with a 

flower on the top 

4060 A Teapot, richly embossed with flowers, on feet, with a mask 

at the spout 

4061 A Sugar Basin and Cover, with Chinese figures forming 

handles and top, and embossed with Chinese subjects 

4062 A Milk Ewer, chased with animals in high relief 

4063 A Cream Ewer, embossed with a female figure and others 

milking cows 

4064 A square muffineer, chased with flowers — formerly George IV. 's 

4065 A small oval sugar basket, with upright handle and flat chased 

border 

4066 A BEAUTIFUL MuFFiN Plate, Cover, AND Stand, with scroll 

handles, ornamented with scrolls in flat chasing 

4067 A SUPERB ROSEWATER EWER, with dolphin handle and 

mask at the spout, richly embossed with fruit and foliage 

4068 ANOTHER, of different form, with dolphin handle and shell 

lip, chased with flowers and foliage 

4069 ANOTHER, of different form, the handle with fishes and 

animal's heads, a mask at the lip, beautifully chased with 
flowers in relief 

4070 A MAGNIFICENT xMONTEITH, the bowl fluted with lions' 

masks for handles, the rim of bea\itiful scroll work, with two 
shields with arms, on a gilt wooden stand 

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PLATED. 

4071 A pair of circular entree dishes, covers, and heaters, with chased 

edges 

4072 A 19-inch fluted dish cover, with chased handle 

4073 A 16-inch ditto 

4074 Four plain oval dish warmers 

4075 A pair of ice pails, fluted and gadrooned 

4076 Four gilt salt stands ; a pair of lobster crackers ; and 2 skewers 

4077 A pair of branches, for two lights each 

BRONZE MEDALS. 

4078 Papal medals of Innocent XII., Alexander "VIII., Clement 

XI., and others. Fine 8 

4079 Alexander VIII., Clement IX., Clement XII., and Innocent 

XII. Allfine 4 

4080 Alphonso, King of Naples, DIVVS-ALPHONSVS- REX 

MCCCCXLVIIII; his bust, in armour, to the right; in 
the field, a crown and helmet: rev. LIBERALITAS- 
AVGVSTVS, an eagle, with a dead fawn, and four vul- 
tures. A large medal, by Pisani ; fine, and very rare 1 

4081 Louis XII., his bust crowned ; in the field, fleur-de-lys, below, 

a lion : rev. his queen, veiled and crowned ; in the field, in 
front, fleur-de-lys ; behind, ermine ; below, a lion. Very 
fine and rare I 

4082 Andrea Doria, two varieties ; Anthony Alvarez, John Valetta, 

Ludovico Ariosto, G. Caraffa, and others. Fine 8 

4083 Francis, Duke of Guise : rev. a city; Vic. Amadeus, King of 

Cyprus : rev. his queen ; Napoleon medals — Conquest of 
Egypt, Passage of the Danube, and tlie battle of 
Marengo 5 



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SILVER. 

4084 UESli • nil • R • CHRIST • MARIA -AVGVSTA, their 

busts to the right; PROPAGO IMPERI. Henry IV. and 
Maria, in the characters of Mars and Pallas, between them, 
Cupid placing a helmet upon his head ; above, an eagle 
descending, with a crown in his beak. Very fine, and set 
in a large rim, inscribed I 

4085 John, Duke of Saxony, his bust in front : rev. arms ; Henry 

IV., bust in front: rev. two shields of arms, within a 
wreath ; Catherine de Medici: rev. broken spear. All fine 3 

4086 Charles V., King of Spain and Emperor of Rome, his bust 

robed, holding the orb and sceptre : rev. shield of arms in 
front of the Imperial eagle. Very fine and rare, gilt 1 

4087 P. O. V[RGlLIVS,bust to the left, inscriptions round— dated 

1 134 : rev. a skuil, with a leg bone in the jaw, and inscrip- 
tion. Fine and ctaions chasing, gilt 1 

4088 Frederick William, Elector of Brandenburgh, his bust in front, 

KEVRVORST VAN BRANDENBVRG, 1666: rev. 
C'EST ICI LTXECTEVR DE BRANDEBOVRG, 
&c., the Low Countries trampling upon the emblems of 
Great Britain, on renouncing the alliance of England, 
Fine and rare 1 

4089 MAVRITIVS • AVR • PRINC • COM- NASSET-MV- 

MARFL-EQ-OR-PERISCELIDIS, front bust of the 
prince in armour : rev. garnished shield of arms crowned, 
within the garter — oval. F'ine and rare I 

4090 Charles II., his bust in front in armour, with long flowing hair : 

rev. ships under sail, below, a shell, inscribed "Anno 1610 
Juni 2, lo S. M. uyt Hollant van Sclieveling afgevaren 
naer syn conincryken '' ; the embarkation at Sclieveling. 
Fine and rare I 

4091 Charles III., his bust in armour to the right : rev. VENCE 

Y TRIVMFA EL MAS PRVDENTE ; table and 
figures upon a mount. Prize Medal for the Academy of 
Dereclio ; fine I 

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340 

4092 Charles Pell, of Nuremberg: a silver-gilt medal, engraved 
and chased, on his birth, 8th July, 1573 : obv, the adoration 
of the shepherds — very beautifully chased : rev. inscrip- 
tion ; within a case like a book, the outer boards open, one 
contains his nativity, engraved upon a silver-gilt plate ; the 
other containing the arms of his parents emblazoned. 
Very curious and rare I 



End of Thirtieth Da,y's Sale. 




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Thirty-first Day's Sale. 



On SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1855, 

AT ONE o'clock PRECISELY. 



FURNITURE. 

FRONT DRAWING ROOM. 

4093 A pair of or-raoulu candlesticks, richly chased with foliage and 

ornaments, with cherubs' heads at the angles of the tri- 
angular stems 

4094 A pair of ditto, of chased scroll pattern 

4095 A pair, with wreaths and festoons of flowers, each chased with 

three classical medallions supended by ribbons 

4096 A pair, of richly chased fluted scroll pattern 

4097 A pair, of very handsome scroll pattern, richly chased with 

flowers 

4098 A VERY ELEGANT Clock, by Merra, with two dials, contained 

in vase-shaped case of or-moulu, surmounted by a figure of 
Cupid holding a medallion of Henri Quatre on a column, 
round which the Graces are supporting a festoon of flowers, 
on circular plinth, with frieze of vines — glass shade and stand 
— 20 in. high, the plinth 6|in. wide 

4099 A PAIR OF BEAUTIFUL Or-moulu CANDLESTICKS, on triangular 

openwork plinths, chased, with winged terminal figures at the 
angles, and masks — of cinque-cento design — 12 in. high. 
{See illustration) 



342 

4100 A pair of handsome or-moulu girandoles, of scroll pattern, for 

three lights each, on gilt brackets 

4101 A pair of ditto for two lights, of scroll pattern, with dragons, on 

carved and gilt brackets 

4102 A set of three carved and gilt brackets, with festoons of flowers 

4103 A pair of carved and gilt brackets, each with two mermaids and 

shells 

4104 A pair of ditto, with Pluto and Prosperine, two doves and masks 

4105 A pair of or-moulu girandoles, of scroll pattern, for three lights 

each 

4106 A VERY HANDSOME Or-moulu Chandelier, chased with masks, 

heads, and rich ornaments, with branches for eight lights 

4107 The Companion Chandelier 

4108 An or-moulu fender, of chased scroll pattern; a set of steel fire- 

irons, with or-moulu handles ; and a pair of elegant openwork 
scroll-pattern fire dogs, with figures of boys playing musical 
instruments, after Watteau 

4109 The crimson and drab flowered and bordered Brussels carpet — 

34 ft. by 19 ft. ; and a hearth rug 

41 10 A pair of elegant carved and gilt pier tables, with pierced scrolls 

and festoons of flowers, and shaped coloured marble slabs — 
28 in. wide 

4111 A BEAUTIFUL SECRETAIRE, of moulded pedestal shape, of tulip- 

wood, with group of flowers and borders of kingwood, with 
cupboard beneath and fall-down front above, enclosing 
drawers, and small drawer above, surmounted by a coloured 
marble slab, mounted with or-moulu ornaments — 3 ft. 10 in, 
high, and 21 in. wide 

4112 An Oblong Table, of Fine old Italian Marqueterie, with 

drawer, on spirally twisted carved legs and stretcher beneath, 
inlaid with flowers, the top with a large vase, flowers and 
birds in the centre, and the double L cypher at the angles, 
surmounted by coronets in colours, on dark ground — 53 in. 
long, and 23f in. wide 

4113 A beautiful Table Cabinet, of old Reisner Marqueterie, 

with mus'ical trophies and flowers, with drawer and shelf 



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beneath, and cabinet above, with folding dooi-s and three 
small drawers under, with pierced or-moulu gallery — 41^ in. 
high, and 26^ in. wide 

41 14 A small oblong table, of old marqueterie of king and tulipwood, 

the top inlaid in diamonds, with drawer and or-moulu 
mouldings 

4115 A small square table, of old marqueterie, with two drawers and 

writing slide in front, and a drawer at the side, with a musical 
trophy, with doves and flowers, mounted with or-moulu 

41 16 A small oblong table, of old marqueterie of satinwood, with 

diamonds in light green, with two drawers and shelf beneath, 
the top covered with green leatherj mounted with openwork 
frieze and ornaments of or-moulu 

4117 A small oblong table, of old marqueterie, with three drawers, 

with flowers in diamond trellis, pierced or-moulu gallery and 
ornaments 

4118 An elegant small oval-shaped table, of old marqueterie of flowers, 

in diamond trellis, with drawers and shelf beneath, pierced 
or-moulu gallery and ornaments 

4119 A small oblong table, of king and tulipwood, with a group of 

flowers on the top, which rises, forming a casket, with or- 
moulu ornaments 

4120 A small oval-shaped table, of old marqueterie of satinwood, with 

flowers, in diamond trellis roinid the sides, and a beautiful 
trophy of books, flowers, a cock, &c. on the top, with drawer 
and writing slide, and pierced or-moulu gallery 

4121 A small oblong table, of old marqueterie of king and tulipwood, 

with rising top and writing slide ; a group of flowers on the 
top, mounted with or-moulu 

4122 A BEAUTIFUL Small Square Table, of Old Marqueterie, 

with three drawers and shelf beneath, on which are scattered 
playing cards and dice ; a view of a chateau and figures on the 
top ; the faces of engraved ivory, military and other trophies 
on the sides, with piercedor-moulu gallery and ornaments 

4123 An Oblong Table, of Old German Marqueterie, with 

drawer, inlaid all over with flowers, birds, and ornaments, in 



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colours on dark ground, the edges inlaid with ivory — 41 in. 
long, and 27 in. wide 

4124 A small oblong table, of old marqueterie, with three drawers and 

shelf beneath, inlaid with ornaments and trellis borders ; the 
top covered with green leather, and mounted with or-moulu 

4125 A BEAUTIFUL SMALL OvAL-SHAPED TaBLE, OlD MaRQUE- 

TERiE, with ^neas carrying Anchises from Troy, on the top ; 
musical trophies round the sides, with three drawers contain- 
ing smaller ones, openwork or-moulu gallery and ornaments 

4126 A carved and gilt jardiniere, formed of a figure on triangular 

plinth supporting a vase, with festoons and flowers — 36 in. high 

4127 A shaped white and gold carved sofa, and two pillows, covered 

with rich old crimson satin damask, witli flowers in colours 

4128 A settee, en svite, covered with the same 

4129 A large fanteuil, covered en suite 

4130 Another, rather smaller 

4131 A pair of smaller fanteuils, en suite 

4132 A pair of ditto 

4133 A pair of ditto 

4134 A pair of ditto 

4135 A pair of ditto 

4136 A square ottoman stool, covered with the same 

4137 An Oblong Table, of Fine Old Marqueterie, with three 

drawers, groups of flowers and ornaments on the top and on 
the sides, and figures of chimerse on shields, in colours on dark 
ground, mounted with caryated female figures at the angles, 
and rich mouldings of or-moulu — 51 in. long, and 26 in. high 

4138 A MAGNIFICENT OBLONG TABLE, OF THE VERY 

FINEST OLD BOULE, of tortoiseshell, covered with 
arabesques, masks, ornaments, coats of arms, and coronets, of 
gilt and white metal, with caryated figures at the angles, and 
four double cornucopiee handles, and friezes of festoons of 
flowers, of the very finest work of Goutiere. This superb work 
is 50 in. long, by 29 in. wide 
4138* A magnificent Clock, by Baillon, in scroll-shaped case, 
of or-moulu, surmounted by a cupid 



345 

4139 A BEAUTIFUL SHAPED SECRETAIRE, of tuUpwood, with glOUpS 

of flowers in kingwood, with fall-down front, enclosing drawers 
and cupboard beneath, with folding-doors, mounted with rich 
or-moulu ornaments — 54 in. high, and 41 in. wide 

4140 An elegant Glazed Cabinet, of Marqueterie, with 

■ flowers in colours, lined with velvet, in three division?, with 
shelves and looking-glass back, on carved open stand, with 
four legs and stretcher, and three coats of arms, painted in 
shields on the lop; the doors of curved glass, in metal-gilt 
frames— 86 in. high, and 78 in. wide" 

4141 A VERY FINE OLD CARVED AND GILT PIER 

TABLE, with scrolls and flowers of openwork, on two legs, 
surmounted by a beautiful shaped slab pink coloured varie- 
gated Sicilian jasper — 50 in. wide 

4142 THE COMPANION TABLE, with shaped sohd slab of 

Griotte marble 

4143 A VERY ELEGANT PIER GLASS, in elaborately carved 

and gilt frame, by Chippendale, of scroll pattern, with birds, 
festoons of floweis and foliage, the ornaments dividing it into 
several parts, with branches for three lights — extreme height 
77 in., and 43 in. wide. (^See illustration) 

4144 THE COMPANION PIER GLASS 

4145 A SUPERB CARVED AND GILT PIER TABLE, the 

legs formed of four terminal figures, with shells and festoons 
of flowers ; a group of a stag and dogs on the looking glass, 
stretcher beneath, surmounted by a shaped solid Verona 
marble slab — 78 in. wide 

4146 A MAGNIFICENT GLASS, in carved and gilt frame, by 

Chippendale, of scroll design, with caryatid figures at the 
sides, festoons of flowers interlace the outer and inner frames; 
a vase of flowers at the top, and two dogs beneath — extreme 
height 128 in., width 80 in. 

4147 A BEAUTIFUL CARVED AND GILT PIER TABLE, 

of scroll pattern, with four legs, surmounted by a solid Brcca- 
tella marble slab — 49 in. wide 



346 

4148 The Companion Table, of rather different design, with Griotte 

marble slab — 50J in. wide 

4149 A VERY ELEGANT OVAL-SHAPED PIER GLASS, 

in carved and gilt frame, by Chippendale, with birds and 
flowers at the sides, surmounted by a vase of flowers ; the glass 
divided by the scroll ornaments into several compartments, 
with three branches for lights — extreme height 86 in., and 
55 in. wide 

4150 THE COMPANION GLASS 

4151 A SUPERB GLASS, in richly carved and gilt frame, of scroll 

pattern, with flowers — extreme height 110 in., and 71 in. wide 

4 1 52 A pair of richly carved and gilt cornices, with flowers and scrolls 

— 90 in. wide 

4153 A pair of ditto, rather different — 90 in. wide 

4154 A pair of green oriental pierced stone ware garden seats 



BACK DRAWING ROOM. 

41 55 The crimson and drab flowered and bordered Brussels carpet — 

30 ft. by 21 ft. 6 in. ; and a hearth rug 

4156 A handsome carved and gilt window cornice, of scroll design — 

14 ft. wide 

4157 A pierced scroll-pattern or-moulu fender and fire irons, with 

or-moulu handles ; and a pair of elegant pierced scroll 
or-moulu fire dogs, with figures of Apollo and Venus reclining 

4158 A carved and gilt bracket, on four terminal figures, and a figure 

of a warrior, in armour, beneath 

4159 A pair of or-moulu scroll-pattern girandoles, for two hghts each, 

on brackets, carved and gilt 

4160 A pair of ditto, larger, on carved and gilt brackets 

4161 A pair of richly-chased or-moulu candlesticks 

4162 A paper weight, of or-moulu, chased with scrolls 

4163 An elegant or-moulu inkstand, with two vases and bell in the 

centre, chased with vines and foliage, in high relief 

4164 A carved lounging chair, white and gold, covered with old crimson 

satin damask, with covers in colours, and a pillow 



347 

4165 A carved white and gold couch, with i'auteuil e-nd, shaped and 

covered en suite, and a pillow 

4166 A pair of carved white and gold fanteuils, covered with lich old 

crimson satin damask 

4167 A pair of ditto 

4168 A pair of ditto 

4169 A pair of cabriole chairs, en suite 

4170 A square carved and gilt ottoman stool, covered en suite 

4171 A pair of square richly carved and gilt ottoman stools, with scrolls 

and snakes, covered with crimson satin damask, with flowers 
in colours 

4172 A carved white and gold square ottoman stool, covered with 

crimson and white flowered satin damask 

4173 A square carved white and gold ottoman stool, covered with rich 

crimson satin damask 

4174 A pair of circular richly carved and gilt ottoman stools, covered 

with crimson and coloured flowered satin damask 

4175 A nest of ten gilt shelves, to fit into a corner 

4176 A pair of scroll-pattern or-moulu candlesticks 

4177 A HANDSOME STRIKING Clock, BY Agerun, showing the phases 

of the moon and days of the month, in rich scroll-shaped case 
of or-moulu, with flowers and birds, glass shade and stand — 
21 in, high ; the plinth 6 in. deep 

4178 A pair of scroll-pattern or-moulu candlesticks 

4179 An elegant Striking Clock, by Cronier, showing the days of 

the week, in case of or-moulu, with a female figure pointing to 
a vase, which indicates the day of the month : Cupid holding 
a sun-dial on the other side — glass shade and stand — 17 in. 
high ; The plinth 9 in. deep 

4180 A pair of or-moulu candlesticks, with octagonal feet, chased, with 

medallions and draperies 

4181 Another pair, with medallions, trophies, and coats of arms, with 

coronets 

4182 A Pair of very elegant Girandoles, with cupids, termi- 

nating in quivers, with festoons of vines, with tulip branches for 
three liglits each 



348 

4183 An elegant Or-moulu Chandelier, chased, with terminal 

figures, niasks^ and ornaments, for twelve liglits 

4184 A VERY HANDSOME Clock, BY Festeau, in elegant openwork 

scroll case of or-moulu, with flowers and doves, supported 
on the back of a wild boar, on plinth of the same — glass shade 
and stand — 26 in. high; the plinth 91 in. deep 

4185 A Pair of superb Candelabra, of or-moulu, on triangular 

plinths, with sphinxes, medallions on the stems, and scroll 
branches for four lights each — 20 in. high 

4186 A VERY handsome Clock, by Martin, in very rich scroll- 

shaped case of or-moulu, with flowers, surrounded by a female 
fio-ure of the time of Louis XIV. — glass shade and stand — 
30 in. high; the plinth 15 in. deep 

4187 A FINE old French Clock, contained in an elegant vase-shaped 

case of or-moulu, round which the figures are enamelled, on a 
fluted cippus, with festooned drapery — glass shade and stand — 
20 in. high ; on triangular carved and gilt pedestal — 38 in. high 

4188 A PAIR OF SUPERB CANDLESTICKS, of or-moulu, each with two 

cupids supporting the stem, on plinths, chased with vases and 
bands of foUage— 15in. high. (See illustration) 

4189 A small oblong table, of old raarqueterie of king and tulipwood, 

with groups of flowers, three drawers and writing slide, 
mounted with or-moulu 

4190 A SMALL Oblong Table, of old Marqueterie, with 

drawers ; a coat of arms in the centre on the top, and flowers, 
cyphers, and coronets at the corners, birds and flowers round 
the sides, mounted with or-moulu 

4191 A VERY elegant and elaborately carved and gilt 

Cheval Fire Skreen, the mount of rich old crimson satin 
damask, with a lady in a swing, and flowers in white 

4192 The Companion Skreen 

4193 A MAGNIFICENT COMMODE, with three drawers, of 

OLD BOULE, of brass and flowers, in mother-o'pearl and 
colours, with caryatid figures at the angles, rich handles and 
mouldings of or-moulu, surmounted by solid Sicilian jasper 
slab — 59 in. wide 



349 

4194 An Oblong Table, of fine old Reisner Marqueterie, 

with sliding top, enclosing trays and glass; a musical trophy 
and scroll borders on the top, and ornamented in trellis round 
the sides, with openwork or-moulu gallery 

4195 An elegant small shaped Secretaire, of Marqueteie 

of king and tulipwood, with groups of flowers, with fall- 
down front enclosing three drawers, with or-moulu mould- 
ings 

4196 An Oblong Table, of fine old Marqueterie, with sliding 

top, with trays and writing slide ; a large street scene on the 
top, with figures and utensils in compartments round the 
sides, mounted with or-moulu 

4197 A beautiful Book and Inkstand, of fine old Mar- 

queterie, with subjects of figures near a temple in a garden, 
the faces engraved in ivory, classical vases and views at the 
ends, in colours — 22 in. long, and 7^ in. wide. {See illus" 
tration) 

4198 An elegant small square-shaped table of old marqueterie of 

king and tulipwood, with or-moulu ornaments 

4199 A beautiful oblong Table, of fine Old Marqueterie, 

with drawers, a large landscape on the top, with figures, and 
two trophies at the ends in tulipwood borders, and five views 
on the front and ends, mounted with or-moulu 

4200 A handsome ebonized Cabinet, with folding glazed doors, 

enclosing shelves, with caryatid figures, of or-moulu, at th^ 
angles, and rich mouldings of the same — 50 in. wide 

4201 The Compamon Cabinet 

4202 A small oblong-shaped table, of old marqueterie of king and 

tuilpwood, with a group of flowers on the top, drawer and 
writing slide, mounted with or-moulu 

4203 A satinvvood cabinet, to contain miniatures, with twelve drawers 

— 15 in. high, by 16 in. wide 

4204 A beautiful Small Table, of fine old Marqueterie, 

with fall-down front, on which is Mademoiselle Clairon crown- 
ing Voltaire, enclosing recess and small drawers, and shelf 
beneath, or-moulu gallery and ornaments 



350 

4205 A BEAUTIFUL OlU.ONG TaBLE, OF FINE OLD ReiSNEU MaR- 

QUETERiE, with drawer; a seaport, and figures with a donkey 
on the top, and eight views round the sides, with or-moulu 
gallery and ornaments 

4206 A VERY FINE SHAPED TABLE, OF OLD PAR- 

QUETERIE, of king and tulipwood, with six drawers, with 
handles and oz*naments of or-moulu, the top covered with 
green leather — 69| in. long, and 34 in. wide 

4207 A MAGNIFICENT SPANISH CABINET, in the form 

of a temple, of tortoiseshell, covered with trophies of arms, 
figures, coats of arms, and arabesques of white metal, with 
small cabinets ^in the centre, and nine drawers, on stand, 
with spirally twisted pillar legs, with or-moulu capitals, and 
looking-glass back — 84 in. high, and 44^ in. wide. {See 
illustration) 

4208 A VERY HANDSOME CaRVED WhITE AND GoLD RECEPTACLE, 

FOR Porcelain, in three divisions, with glazed folding doors, 
supported on brackets, formed of winged terminal figures, and 
surmounted by roses and foliage — 82 in. wide, and about 80 in. 
high 

4209 The Companion 

4210 Another Cabinet, nearly similar, on four legs, with serpents 

entwined, glazed beneath — 94 in. high, and 84 in. wide 

4211 A Pair of Richly Carved and Gilt Pier Tables, with 

scrolls and dragons on the legs, surmounted by solid Broca- 
tella slabs — 38 in. wide 

4212 A Pier Glass, in richly carved and gilt frame, of foliage, with 

wreaths of flowers entwined — extreme height 93 in., by 43 in. 
wide 

4213 The Companion Glass 

4214 A HORIZONTAL GRAND PIANOFORTE, by Erard, 6J 

octaves, in a magnificent carved and white and gold case, with 
flowers and scroll ornaments ; and a white and gold music stool 

4215 A SUPERB CHIMNEY GLASS, in carved and gilt frame, 

with border of foliage and flowers, surmounted by a trophy of a 
quiver, and flowers and birds at the angles, a wreath of flowers 



351 

suspended across the top — extreme height 112 in., by 70 in. 
wide 
4216 A MAGNIFICENT OVAL PIER GLASS, the frame boldly 
carved with cupids and festoons of flowers, a figure of Juno 
seated at the top, Jupiter and Neptune on either side, and 
a figure with a cornucopia beneath— extreme height 63 in., by 
55 in. wide 



End of Thirty-first Days Sale. 



Thirty -second Day's Sale. 



On MONDAY, APRIL 30, 1855, 

AT ONE o'clock PRECTSELY. 

ENTRANCE HALL. 

4217 A pair of carved oak hall chairs, the backs with coats of arms 

and coronets 

4218 A pair, similar 

4219 A handsome old carved oak settee, with openwork scroll back, 

with festoons of flowers and cherubs' heads 

4220 A small carved oak table, with an eagle supporting a veined yellow 

marble slab — 29 in. wide 

4221 A handsome carved oak pier table, with scroll legs, and mask in 

the centre, surmounted by a Brocatella marble slab, with 
border of Sienna marble 

4222 A handsome old French clock, by Herbault, and bracket of rose- 

wood, with rich ornaments of or-moulu, of the time of 
Louis XIV. 

4223 Two chairs, wi(h carved oak backs, with coats of arms, the seats 

covered with tapestry 

4224 Two ditto, of different pattern 

4225 A pair of chairs, with carved openwork backs and legs, the sides 

covered with crimson Utrecht velvet 

4226 A handsome shaped table, on richly carved stand of carved oak, 

arabesque design, with cypher and coronet in the centre, sur- 
mounted by a veined marble slab — 41 in. wide 



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4227 A Chinese gong, on stand 

4228 A HANDSOME CARVED Oak Armoire, with masks, scrolls, and 

ornaments — 7 ft. 4 in. high, and 6 ft. 2 in, wide 

LIBRARY. 

4229 A pair of or-moulu fire dogs, with figures of cupids on scrolls 

4230 An elegant shaped Glass, in elaborately carved oak frame, 

with scrolls and a cherub's head in the centre — extreme width 
60 in., and height 35 in. 

4231 A handsome old coffer, of pearwood, on stand, ornamented with 

plates of metal, chased with birds and flowers 

DINING ROOM. 

4232 A capital Turkey carpet — 25 ft. by 17 ft. ; and a hearth rug 

4233 A set of twelve handsome cabriole chairs, of carved oak, with 

scroll-shaped backs, covered with crimson Utrecht velvet 

4234 A set of eight similar 

4235 A capital oak dining table, with circular ends, on carved pillar 

legs ; five extra leaves 

4236 A BEAUTIFUL SIDEBOARD, OF PEARWOOD support- 

ed on four richly carved trusses, with terminal figures of cherubs, 
very elegant design, the back carved with ornaments, and a 
shelf above — 9 ft. long 

4237 A beautiful Side Table, of pearwood, supported on richly 

carved trusses, with foliage — 6 ft. 6 in. long 

4238 The companion Side Table 

4239 A VERY ELEGANT OCTAGONAL STAND, of metal 

gilt, on tripod feet, formed of openwork of foliage of gothic 
design, with metal lines; it has been used as a wine cooler — 
32 in. high 

4240 A handsome Print Press, of carved oak, with scroll ornaments, 

and folding doors enclosing trays — 5 ft. 7 in. long, and 3 ft. 
2 in. deep * 

4241 A MAGNIFICENT Or-moulu Chandelier, very richly chased 

with ornaments, and branches for twenty-four lights 

2 A 



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GLASS ROOM. 

4243 A pair of ancient brass fire dogs 

4244 A steel fender and fire irons, with brass handles 

4245 A pair of or-moulu branches for one light each 

4246 A chimney glass, in frame of carved oak, partly gilt, with figures 

and arabesques of renaissance design — 45 in. by 41 in. 

4247 A pair of ancient bellows, carved with masks and a figure 

holding a shield partly gilt, the nose of chased bronze 

4248 A pair of ancient bellows, inlaid with flowers of engraved mother- 

o'-pearl 

4249 A carved oak frame, with spirally twisted pillars and shelves, 

and looking-glass back — 5 ft, wide, and 4 ft. 2 in. high 

4250 Another, with cupids, coats of arms, and coronets — 5 ft. wide, 

and 4 ft. 2 in. high 

4251 A carved oak set of shelves, with brackets — 7 ft. wide, and 

5 ft. high 

4252 An oblong oak table, with two drawers carved with friezes of 

figures and flowers, on carved legs and stretcher 

4253 A carved oak high-back arm chair, the seat covered with tapestry 

4254 A BiiAUTiFUL Oblong Table, of rosewood, inlaid with flowers in 

ivory, on carved standards and arched colonnade, under the 
centre, also inlaid with ivory 

4255 A BEAUTIFUL Small Secretaire, of sandalwood, with fall- 

down front, enclosing drawers and four drawers under, elabo- 
rately inlaid all over with birds and flowers in engraved ivory, 
the foliage of ebony — 35 in. high, and 30 in. wide 

4256 A beautiful Small Oval Table, of sandalwood, with folding 

top, on four legs with stretcher inlaid, similar 

4257 A Pair of Small high-back Chairs, en suite, the seats 

covered with needlework 

4258 A PAIR OF Ditto 

4259 A PAIR OF Ditto 



355 

4260 An Oblong Ottoman Stool, en suite — 43 in. by 22 in. 

4261 A handsomely carved oak settee, one end with cane back, the 

seat covered with tapestry, with Christ appearing to Mary in 
the garden 

4262 A carved oak arm chair, the back rising and forming a priedieu, 

covered with tapestry 

4263 A pair of small carved oak folding chairs, the seats covered with 

tapestry 

4264 A MAGNIFICENT CHANDELIER, OF OLD VE • 

NETIAN GLASS, with flowers and ornaments in colours, 
and scroll branches for eight lights 

4265 An elegant Oval-shaped Glass, with a figure in the centre 

holding a banner, in frame of old Venetian glass, with wreaths 
of flowers in relief, in colours, and gilt ornaments — 46 in. 
high, and 31 in. wide 

4266 The Companion, with a figure playing a guitar 

4266a An old French thermometer, carved with a military trophy, 
and shield of arms 

4267 The Range of Wainscot Cabinets, in eight divisions, with 

cupboards beneath, and glazed folding doors above, enclosing 
glass shelves, of architectural design, with Corinthian cohimns 
supporting a frieze carved with subjects of figures, himting 
subjects, and masks : fitted in the recess — the four centre 
divisions 18 ft. 6 in. long — each of the other divisions about 
3 ft. wide, 7 ft. 6 in. high 
4267a A beautiful backgammon board, of old marqueterie, the inside 
engraved, the borders carved with figures, playing games ; and 
29 pieces, carved with animals 



ARMOURY. 

4268 A pair of old steel fire dogs, with basket tops, and cliased masks 

of or-moulu 

4269 An iron fender; an ancient pair of tongs; 2 pokers, and a 

shovel, with handles of figures 



356 

4270 A pair of ancient bellows, carved with the Adoration of the 

Shepherds, in high rehef, in oak 

4271 A pair of girandoles, of steel, formed of mermaids, bearing branches 

for two lights each 

4272 A pair of gothic leaf-pattern branches, with nozzles for lights of 

metal gilt 

4273 A pair of arms, of carved oak, holding steel nozzles for lights 

4274 A small steel bracket, of pierced gothic design, with hook for sus- 

pending a lamp 

4275 A small old metal-gilt chandelier, with star and ball beneath, and 

branches for eight lights 

4276 A handsome old metal-gilt chandelier, of gothic design, with 

foliage branches for twelve lights, surmounted by an angel 
holding a shield 

4277 An oblong oak table, with drawei-, the top inlaid in diamonds, the 

stand carved, on pillar legs 

4278 A VERY HANDSOME GoTHic Oak Cabinet, in three divisions, 

the centre door with open steel trellis, and the sides with 
carved openwork panels of irophies and shields of arms, two 
drawers beneath, and carved gallery of foliage above — 6 ft. 
high to the top of the piliars, and 4 ft. 8 in. wide 

4279 The Companion Cabinet, with arched openwork steel centre, 

and coats of arms at the sides 

4280 A low carved oak chair, with high bacli, with a terminal figure, 

the seat covered with tapestry 

4281 A carved oak arm chair, with openwork back, surmounted by 

lions, and seat of tapestry 

4282 A pair of carved oak chairs, with openwork backs, the seats covered 

with tapestry 

4283 A pair of ancient carved oak high-back chairs, with mermaids and 

busts, with cane backs and seats 

4284 An ancient carved oak arm chair, the back with arabesques and 

coat of arms, the arms formed of dolphins resting on masks, 
the seat covered with tapestry 

4285 A curious rude carved oak chair, with low back, with inscription 

and bird above, the seat covered with tapestry 



357 

4286 A carved oak high-back chair, with cane seat and back 

4287 Another, nearly similar, surmounted by a crown 

4288 A carved oak Venetian chair, with arabesque figure legs and 

back 

4289 A carved oak stand for muskets 

4290 A pair of carved stands, with hooks for small arms 

STAIRCASE. 

4291 A FINE OLD French Clock Case, of old black boule, with 

Fame at the top, and figures on either side, and rich 
ornaments of or-moulu ; it has new works and chimes, by 
Tupman 

4292 A Square Pedestal, of fine old Black Boule, of brass and 

tortoiseshell, with rich mouldings of or-moulu, of the time of 
Louis XIV.— 4ft. Sin. high 

4293 A FINE OLD French Barometer and Thermometer, in case 

of tulipwood, with rich mouldings of or-moulu 

4294 A pair of old metal-gilt sconces, of chased scroll pattern, with 

branches for one light each 



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Golden times and liappy news of price ! 

Shakespeare , 



1 Marlborough House . 

2 Waters, Pimlico . 

3 William Twopenny, Esq. 

4 Waters, Pimlico . 

5 Marlborough House . 
Q Van Cuyck, Paris 

7 Charles S. Bale, Esq. 

8 James Dunlop, Esq. 

9 The same 

10 Charles S. Bale, Esq. 

11 James Bethell, Esq. . 

12 Webb 

13 Chaffers, Old Bond Street 2 

14 Rainey, Bath 

15 Marlborough House 

16 F. L. Popham, Esq. , 

17 James Dunlop, Esq. 

18 Annoot and Gale 

19 James Dunlop, Esq. 



3 


10 





1 


8 








15 





2 


2 





2 


12 


6 


2 


10 





17 


6 


6 


1 


2 





1 


2 





4 


15 





2 


6 





15 








2 


14 





4 


15 





8 








8 


5 





15 








16 


10 





12 


5 






20 Miss Talbot, Grosv. Sq. 

21 The same 

22 James Dunlop, Esq. . 

23 Marlborough House 

24 The same 

25 The same 

26 The same 

27 The same 

28 The same 

29 Earl of Craven . 

30 Henry Christy, Esq. 

31 James Bowker, Esq. 

32 Samuel Addington, Esq. 

33 Robert Kell, Esq. 

34 Purnell B. Purnell, Esq. 

35 Southam, Green Street 

36 Sir H. H. Campbell 

37 Annoot and Gale 

38 Marlborough House . 



26 








26 


5 





8 


5 





3 


10 





1 


15 





4 


5 





4 


10 





11 





6 


4 


7 





2 


17 


6 


2 


12 





2 


10 





16 








4 








2 


17 





1 


15 





5 


15 





55 








8 


8 






4 



ORIENTAL, DRESDEN, AND 



39 Marlborough House 5 15 

40 James Bethell, Esq. . 6 

41 Cecil D. Gardner, Esq. 12 5 

42 Samuel Addington, Esq. 3 15 

43 The same . 8 12 

44 Attenborough . 23 

45 Marlborough House . 9 9 

46 Samuel Addington, Esq. 4 4 

47 Redfern, Warwick . 7 2 

48 Van Cuyck, Paris 6 10 

49 The same . 3 10 

50 Attenborough - 40 

51 Marlborough House . 10 10 

52 Waters, Pimlico . 2 10 

53 S. Zimmerman . 4 

54 Weston . 1 12 

55 Samuel Addington, Esq. 11 15 

56 Purnell B. Purnell, Esq. 28 

57 Sir Anth. de Rothschild 21 

58 Durlacher, New Bond Str. 6 



59 The same . 7 

60 S. Zimmerman . 5 

61 Van Cuyck, Paris . 6 10 

62 Waters, Pimhco . 4 14 

63 Marlborough House . 110 

64 J. C. Carruthers, Esq. 4 5 

65 Marlborough House 8 

66 The same . 5 5 

67 The same . 2 5 

68 The same . 11 

69 Henry L. Wickham, Esq. 3 10 

70 Attenborough . 3 10 

71 The same . 8 

72 Rainey, Bath . 1 18 

73 Attenborough . 2 5 



6 















6 





























6 

























74 Rainey, Bath 


5 


10 





75 Marlborough House . 


3 


10 





76 Samuel Addington, Esq. 


10 


10 





77 Attenborough 


3 


3 





78 Haines, Grosv. Str. West 


3 


10 





79 Rainey, Bath 


I 


15 





80 Burgess 


3 


17 





81 King, Woodstock Street 


5 








82 Waters, Pimlico 


2 


7 





83 Morris Nathan 


17 


15 





84 Lord St. Leonards 


5 


5 





85 Attenborough 


10 


10 





86 Marlborough House 


2 


5 





87 The same 


16 








88 David Falcke . 


10 


10 





89 Sir Anth. de Rothschild 


99 


15 





90 Attenborough 


19 


10 





91 Sigismund Rucker, Esq. 


42 








92 Charles De Voeux, Esq. 


5 


5 





93 Mons. Caballero 


7 17 


6 


94 Sir H. H. Campbell 


17 17 





95 David Falcke 


13 








96 Sir H. H. Campbell 


9 


9 





97 William Coding, Esq. 


26 


5 





98 S. H. Sutherland, Esq. 


22 


1 





99 Sir H. H. Campbell . 


8 


10 





100 Samuel Addington, Esq. 


55 








101 Morant . 


6 








102 Marlborough House 


7 


17 


6 


103 Sir H. H. Campbell 


9 


10 





>04 W. King, Finchley Road 18 


7 


6 


105 Sir H. H. Campbell 


27 


6 





106 Annoot and Gale 


7 17 


6 


107 S. H. Sutherland, Esq. 


19 








lOS Annoot and Gale 


9 


9 






SEVRES PORCELAIN. 



109 King, Woodstock Street 7 

110 Marlborough House 

111 Morant 

112 Marlborough House 

113 King, Woodstock !^treet 58 16 

114 ■ The same 

115 Rhodes 

116 The same 

117 The same 

118 Marlborough House 
llS*Col. Sibthorp, M.P. 



1 1 8aEarl of Craven 

119 James Dunlop, Esq. 

120 Hugh Hope, Esq. 

121 William Twopenny, Esq. 

122 Charles S. Bale, Esq. 

123 Marlborough House 

124 Mon-is Nathan 

125 Marlborough House 

126 The same 

127 James Bowker, Esq. 

128 Lady Monson 

129 Richard S. White, Esq. 

130 Gale, Holborn , 

131 W. Mounsell Bigg, Esq. 

132 William Maskdl, Esq. 

133 Waters, Pimlico 

134 Charles S. Bale, Esq. 

135 Nieuwenhuys 

136 Annoot and Gale. . 

137 Octavius E. Coope, Esq. 

138 Walter Stirling, Esq. 

139 Charles S. Bale, Esq. 

140 Wright . 



7 








141 Morant 


4 


4 





10 


10 





142 Attenborough 


9 


9 





2 


10 





143 The same 


3 


3 





25 








144 The same 


6 


10 





58 


16 





145 Morris Nathan 


7 


15 





00 


1 





146 Marlborough House 


3 


15 





16 


5 


6 


147 Henry George Bohu 


1 


15 





6 


6 





148 WiUson, 393, Strand 


3 








7 

15 

7 


5 



10 







149 Hon. Francis Baring 

150 Marlborough House 

151 Morris Nathan 


19 

6 

14 



15 

10 













152 The same 


18 


10 





5 



15 
18 






153 Attenborough . 

154 Marlborough House 


10 
9 


10 










16 





155 The same 


4 


4 





1 


13 





156 The same 


13 








8 








157 Annoot and Gale 


10 








4 14 
2 8 

7 17 


6 

6 


158 Rainey, Bath . 

159 Octavius E. Coope, Esq 

160 Attenborough 


3 

. 3 

1 


8 
15 
10 








6 
1 

1 



6 

1 

11 

16 




6 



161 James Bowker, Esq. 

162 Octavius E. Coope, Esq 

163 Rainey, Bath 

164 Annoot and Gale 


2 

. 5 

2 

6 


15 
5 

2 









1 
. 1 


5 
13 






1 65 Durlacher, New Bond Str. 3 

166 The same . 7 


5 
10 






11 








167 Waters, Pimlico 


2 








2 
16 
39 
50 
63 


15 
5 






6 





168 Heniy George Bohn 

169 Durlacher, New Bond Sti 

170 Robert Napier, Esq. 

171 Rainey, Bath 

172 Jackson and Graham 


3 
•• 3 

7 
2 

3 


3 
5 
5 
6 
15 









43 
24 
20 






10 







173 Rainey, Bath 

174 Ellis, Esq. 

175 Jackson and Graham 


2 

3 
3 


14 










ORIENTAL, DRESDEN, AND 



176 Rhodes - . 4 

177 Durlacher,NewBondStr. 3 



178 The same . 

179 Marlborough House 

180 Rainey, Bath . 

181 Red fern, Warwick . 

182 Attenborough . 

183 Durlacher,NewBondStr. 5 

184 The same . 6 

185 Octavius E. Coope, Esq. 5 

186 Attenborough . 1 

187 Jackson and Graham 1 

188 Morris Nathan . 7 

189 Hon. Francis Baring 3 

190 Octavius E. Coope, Esq. 2 

191 Attenborough . 1 

192 Redfern, Warwick . 4 

193 Marlborough House 5 

194 The same . 10 

195 Sir A. de Rothschild 120 

196 Marquis of Bath 231 

197 Sir A. de Rothschild 110 

198 The same . 49 

199 The same . 63 

200 Marlborough House 8 

201 The same . 7 

202 King, Woodstock Str. 3 

203 Lord St. Leonards 3 

204 Rhodes . .17 

205 Henry George Bohn 32 

206 Marlborough House 11 

207 Beurdeley, Paris 6 

208 Marlborough House 7 

209 H. Loftus Wigram, Esq. 5 

210 Henry George Bohn 13 



17 


6 


10 





5 





16 


6 








15 





4 





5 





10 





5 





15 





11 


6 


10 











8 





5 





14 


6 


5 





16 









































7 





10 











17 





11 























15 


6 





6 



211 
212 
213 
214 
215 
216 
217 
218 
219 
220 
221 
222 
223 
224 
225 
226 
227 
228 
229 
230 
231 
233 
234 
235 
236 
237 
238 
239 



Earl of Lonsdale 
VV^aters, Pimlico 
Beurdeley, Paris 
Viscount Falmouth 
Annoot and Gale 
G. and H. Watson 
Charles Cope, Esq. 
David Falcke . 
Viscount Falmouth . 
Marlborough House 
D. M. Davidson, Esq. 
King, W^oodstock Str. 

The same 
Beurdeley, Paris 
Charles Scott, Esq. 
Ripp 

D. M. Davidson, Esq. 
Toms and Luscombe 
Samuel Addlngton, Esq 
H. Loftus Wigram, Esq. 15 
G. and H. Watson 
Viscount Falmouth 
King, Woodstock Str. 
Attenborough 

The same . 

The same 
Sam. Addington, Esq. 127 
Sigism. Rucker, Esq. 223 



240 Earl of Craven 

241 H. Belward Ray, Esq. 

242 Marlborough House 

243 James Bowker, Esq. 

244 Marlborough House 

245 The same . 



3 


10 





16 


10 





31 








3 








13 


5 





4 


14 


6 


22 


10 





6 








6 


6 





7 








4 


15 





2 


15 





3 


13 


6 


3 


18 





13 


10 





3 


5 





13 








4 


14 


6 


. 4 


5 





15 


10 





70 








19 


10 





12 


5 





10 








50 








43 








27 


1 





23 


13 





5 








2 


6 





5 


10 





2 


6 





5 


5 





5 


15 






SEVRES PORCELAIN. 



7 



246 Marlborough House 2 

247 'f he same . 5 

248 The same . 5 

249 The same 7 

250 The same . 7 

251 Norton, Soho Square 4 

252 Marlborough House 4 

253 The same . 8 

254 The same , 16 

255 Waters, Pimlico . 4 

256 James Dunlop, Esq. 3 

257 Marlborough House 4 

258 Sam. Addington, Esq. 20 

259 Marlborough House 4 

260 Smith . . 1 

261 Waters, Pimlico 6 

262 Henry George Bohn 1 

263 Sara. Addington, Esq. 2 

264 Chaffers . 2 

265 Waters, Pimlico . 8 

266 Hon. Francis Baring 21 

267 Annoot and Gale . 25 

268 Hon. Francis Baring 21 

269 Earl of Craven . 5 

270 Waters, Pimlico 21 

271 M. J. Higgins, Esq. 3 

272 King, Woodstock Str. 11 
272AHenry George Bohn 

273 J. J. Jemmett, Esq. 6 

274 Rhodes . 1 

275 Annoot and Gale . 4 

276 Attenborough , 6 

277 Sam. Addington, Esq. 9 

278 W. King, Finchley Road 5 

279 Sam. Addington, Esq. 7 



2 





15 











7 











15 





4 





10 











4 





3 

















4 





15 











7 





10 





2 





5 





10 





























3 











10 


6 


15 





14 





4 





5 





9 





5 





7 






280 
'281 
282 
283 
284 
285 
286 
287 
288 
289 
290 
291 
292 
293 
294 
295 
296 
297 
298 
299 
300 
301 
302 
303 
304 
305 
306 
307 
308 
309 
310 
311 
312 
313 
314 



Henry George Bohn 1 

F. Davis, Knightsbridge 2 
Attenborough . 4 

W. Mounsell Bigg, Esq. 2 
Attenborough . 
Henry George Bohn 



Attenborough . 
Marlborough House 
Hon. Francis Baring 



1 

3 

3 

11 

28 

Sir Archib. K. Macdonald 9 
Morris Nathan . 3 

Waters, Pimlico 12 

Morris Nathan . 26 
King, Woodstock Str. 26 
Attenborough . 4 

H. St. John Mildmay 20 
M. J. Higgins, Esq. 5 
King, Woodstock Str. 10 
Russell . 54 

Morris Nathan . 31 
Morant . 5 

David Falcke . 3 

Viscount Falmouth 2 

Earl of Craven . 2 

Henry George Bohn 2 
Rainey, Bath . 3 

Charles S. Bale, Esq. 4 
Marlborough House 6 

The same . 3 

David Falcke . 4 

J. J. Jemmett, Esq. 3 

Viscount Falmouth 4 

The same . 4 

Attenborough . 10 

The same . 9 



3 

14 
10 

7 

5 

5 







5 

7 

10 



10 



10 

15 
10 



10 

15 

17 

10 

17 

10 



10 

12 6 

10 

4 
12 6 
15 



10 

9 



8 



ORIENTAL, DRESDEN, AND 



315 Annoot and Gale . 17 

316 Marlborough House 9 15 

317 J- J- Jemmett, Esq. 5 10 

318 Annoot and Gale 4 7 

319 Durlacher,NewBond Str. 2 15 

320 King, Woodstock Street 7 10 

321 Durlacher,NewBondStr. 4 10 

322 Annoot and Gale . 10 10 

323 The same . 19 8 6 

324 Hon. Francis Baring 25 

325 King, Woodstock Street 36 10 

326 Durlacher,NewBondSt. 17 5 

327 Morris Nathan 30 

328 Durlacher,NewBond-st. 29 

329 SamuelAddington, Esq. 22 

330 Marlborough House 13 2 6 

331 Rhodes . . 7 17 6 

332 Samuel A ddington, Esq. 26 5 

333 George Hibbert, Esq. 19 19 

334 Samuel Addington, Esq. 15 10 

335 Charles Cope, Esq. 52 10 

336 Marlborough House 27 

337 S. H. Sutherland, Esq. 107 

338 The same . 37 

339 Marlborough House 10 10 

340 Chaffers . 43 1 

341 Annoot and Gale . 40 

342 SamuelAddington, Esq. 11 10 

343 S. H. Sutherland, Esq. 57 

344 Annoot and Gale 7 

345 Rhodes . 10 

346 King, Woodstock-street 21 

347 SamuelAddington, Esq. 21 10 6 

348 Viscount Falmouth 110 

349 Durlacher.NewBondSt. 13 2 6 



350 Henry George Bohn 23 

351 Marquis of Bath 65 

352 S. H. Sutherland, Esq. 21 

353 The same . 52 
353a The same . 27 
3536Annoot and Gale 15 

354 Attenborough . 6 10 

355 S. H. Sutherland, Esq. 45 3 

356 Marquis of Batli . 465 

357 Geo. Morland, Esq. 172 4 

358 Charles Mills, Esq. 320 5 
360 Viscount Falmouth 100 



361 James Bowker, Esq. 

362 Charles Plumley, Esq. 

363 Marlborough House 

364 David Falcke . 

365 The same 

366 Marlborough House 

367 Charles DeVceux, Esq. 

368 Durlacher.NewBondSt. 

369 The same 

370 Rainey, Bath 

371 David Falcke . 

372 The same 

373 Marlborough House 

374 The same 

375 David Falcke . 

376 Woods 

377 Smith 

378 Rainey, Bath 

379 David Falcke . 

380 The same 

381 SamuelAddington, Esq. 

382 The same . 



2 


2 





1 


1 





2 


18 





4 








6 








6 


15 





5 


10 





12 








20 








5 








14 


14 





6 








9 


5 





16 


10 





4 








2 


8 





3 


15 





2 


15 





15 


10 





10 








13 


10 





17 









SBVRES PORCELAIN. 



383 

384 

385 

386 

387 

388 

389 

390 

r>9l- 

392 

393 

394 

395 

396 

397 

398 

399 

400 

401 

402 

403 

404 

405 

406 

407 

407^ 

408 

409 

410 

411 

412 

413 

414 



Samuel Addlngtoiij Esq. 14 
Horace Waddington,Esq. 6 

The same . 3 

Richard S. \yhite, Esq. 2 
F. Davis, Knightsbridge 3 
SamuelAddington, Esq. 37 
David Falcke 
Annoot and Gale 
1* David Falcke . 
Samuel Addington, Esq 
Attenborough . 

The same 
Samuel Addington, Esq. 

The same 
David Falcke 

The same . 
Attenborough 
Waters, Pimlico 6 

David Falcke . 6 

Willson, Strand 3 

Samuel Addington, Esq. 5 
J. J. Jemmett, Esq. 6 

Samuel Addington, Esq. 8 
David Falcke . 6 

The same . 3 

Marlborough Housef 
SamuelAddington,Esq. 20 



5 

4 
42 
4 
1 
5 
2 

17 

o 
14 

4 



(t, and H. Watson 4 

Redfern, Warwick 5 

J. J. Jemmett, Esq. 16 
Southam, Green Street 4 
OctaviusE.Coope, Esq. 6 
Morris Nathan 3 



10 415 Octavius E. Coope, Esq. 3 10 

6 416 Samuel Addington, Esq. 9 

10 417 Waters, Pimlico 12 5 

5 418 PIoraceWaddington,Esq. 6 10 

3 419 Durlacher, New BondSt. 9 5 

16 420 Nixon, Portland Street 8 

421 Attenborough . 5 2 6 

14 6 422 Octavius E. Coope, Esq. 5 
423 Lady Monson 6 

10 424 Samuel Addington, Esq. 7 15 

10 425 Attenborough 3 3 

10 426 Sold with previous lot 279 

427 Smith . 3 15 

428 Russell . 13 

12 6 429 Earl of Craven . 4 4 

430 Rainey, Bath . 3 

431 Annoot and Gale 30 

10 432 Clarke . . 2 4 

10 433 Russell . 5 5 

15 434 Attenborough . 5 5 
15 435 Marlborough House 19 8 6 

436 The same 16 16 

15 437 Sir H. H. Campbell 10 10 
438 Samuel Addington, Esq. 51 
439 Viscount Falmouth 8 10 

440 Norman Macdonald, Esq. 2310 

10 441 Rainey, Bath . 3 10 

10 442 Annoot and Gale 7 10 

5 443 Octavius E. Coope, Esq. 26 

16 444 Attenborough . 10 
5 445 Marquis of Bath 85 

16 I 446 Octavius E. Coope, Esq. 12 

10 I 447 Samuel Addington, Esq. 28 7 



t Sold with the previous lot 374. 



10 



CAPO Dl xMONTE, CHELSEA, 



448 Rhodes . 11 

449 Samuel Addington.Esq. 11 

450 Recatalogued in error 

451 Alex. Barker, Esq. 160 

452 Southam, Green Street 22 

453 Powell, F.sq. 5 

454 David Falcke . 107 

455 The same . 68 

456 Attenborough . 20 

457 Beurdeley, Paris . 10 

458 Attenborough 17 

459 Samuel Addington, Esq. 4 

460 Viscount Falmouth 9 

461 Marlborough House 10 

462 Willson, Strand . 6 

463 The same . 6 

464 Marlborough House 6 

465 Willson, Strand . 7 

466 Richard S. White, Esq. 3 

467 Samuel Addington, Esq 

468 Charles S. Bale, Esq. 

469 Marquis of Hertford 1942 

470 The same 1417 



o 
30 









11 6 

5 






14 6 



6 
6 

15 

12 6 




10 

10 



471 Samuel Addington, Esq. 32 11 

472 Alexander Barker, Esq. 34 13 

473 Octavius E. Coope, Esq. 31 

474 Henry Tho. Hope, M. P. 34 13 

475 David Falcke . 36 

476 Rev. Thomas Staniforth 37 

477 John Noble, Esq. 36 

478 Samuel Addington, Esq. 51 

479 Earl of Craven 53 

480 J. S. Forbes, Esq. 9 



481 Marlborough House 








12 



482 W. Mounsell Bigg, Esq 

483 Gale, High Holborn 

484 Charles De Voeux, Esq, 

485 Chaffers . 

486 G. and H. Watson 

487 Marlborough House 

488 Sam. Addington, Esq. 

489 Jackson and Graham 

490 William Wigram, Esq 

491 Powell, Esq. 

492 Annoot and Gale 

493 Morant 

494 Viscount Dupplin . 

495 W. H. Skynner, Esq. 

496 Chaffers 

497 Powell; Esq. . 



498 Waters, Pimlico 

499 Annoot and Gale 

500 Attenborough 

501 Marlborough House 

502 J. S. Forbes, Esq. 

503 Attenborough . 

504 Herbert Minton, Esq. 

505 Willson, Strand 

506 Herbert Minton, Esq. 

507 Attenborough 

508 J. S. Forbes, Esq. 

509 Marlborough House 

510 Chaffers 

511 Lady Monson 

512 Rainey, Bath . 

513 William Merrick, Esq. 

514 Annoot and Gale 

515 W. H. Skynner, Esq. 

516 Nixon, Portland Street 



13 

110 

1 

3 

21 

27 

2 

3 

2 

6 

17 
3 

7 

10 
4 
4 

6 
3 
1 
4 
5 

12 
6 
4 
4 
5 
4 

23 
4 
1 



12 

2 6 
10 


10 

13 

5 

1 

13 6 


6 
12 6 



10 



6 6 

3 

7 
10 

4 

5 
10 

5 

14 

5 U 


10 

15 
12 
15 



6 



12 



AND SEVRES PORCELAIN. 



11 



517 Annoot and Gale 

518 Herbert Minton, Esq. 

519 Attenborough 

520 The same 

521 Nixon, Portland Street 

522 Redfern, Warwick 

523 Hon. Francis Baring 

524 Redfern, Warwick 

525 Marlborough House 

526 Annoot and Gale 

527 Chaffers 

52S Annoot and Gale 

529 Chaffers 
529*Marlborough House 

530 Rainey, Bath 

531 Purnell B. Purnell, Esq, 

532 Chaffers . 

533 Attenborough . 

534 Annoot and Gale 

535 Hon. Francis Baring 

536 AVoods , 

537 Redfern, Warwick 

538 S.PepysCockerell,Esq. 

539 Charles Scott, Esq. 

540 Morris Nathan 

541 Redfern, Warwick 

542 Willson, Strand 

543 Morant 

544 Redfern, Warwick . 

545 Sir H. H. Campbell 

546 Alexander Barker, Esq. 

547 G. and H. Watson 

548 David Falcke 

549 Lord St. Leonards 

550 Morant 



16 








2 


10 





5 








7 


15 





3 


5 





6 








4 


5 





4 


4 





6 


10 





3 


5 





7 


/ 





4 


5 





11 








8 








4 


15 





6 


10 





5 


15 





6 


15 





14 








IS 








4 


12 





11 








10 


10 





4 








5 


5 





7 








4 


10 





4 


4 





4 


4 





6 


5 





6 


10 





9 








35 


10 





5 








5 


10 






551 David Falcke . 

552 Attenborough 

553 Alexander Barker, Esq. 

554 Annoot and Gale 

555 Charles De Voeux, Esq. 

556 Morant . 

557 Annoot and Gale 

558 Attenborough 

559 Bayley, Esq. 

560 David Falcke 

561 Earl of Lonsdale 

562 David Falcke 

563 Cecil D. Gardner, Esq. 

564 Marquis of Bath 

565 Purnell B Purnell, Esq. 

566 Marlborough House 

567 David Falcke . 

568 Sam. Addington, Esq. 

569 Marlborough House 

570 Sir H. H. Campbell 
5 70* Annoot and Gale 

571 David Falcke 

572 Baron James de 

Rothschild, Paris 

573 Sir H. H. Campbell 

574 Edward Snell, Esq. 

575 Annoot and Gale 

576 Sam. Addington, Esq. 

577 Sir H. H. Campbell 

578 Octavius E. Coope, Esq 

579 Annoot and Gale . 

580 Alexander Barker, Esq, 

581 H. Loftus Wigram, Esq. 

582 Webb, Grafton Street 

583 Viscount Falmouth 



27 








23 








4 


5 





14 








8 


10 





5 








21 








30 


10 





20 


10 





95 








8 


8 





80 








11 





6 


58 


16 





6 


16 


6 


24 


3 





41 








21 








91 








12 


15 





17 


6 


6 


80 








28 


17 


6 


16 


16 





4 








21 








44 


2 





32 


11 





.12 


1 


6 


16 


16 





54 


12 





41 








7 


5 





23 


10 






12 



HISTORICAL AND 



584 Earl of Lonsdale . 23 

585 S. Lyne Stephens, Esq. 75 

586 David Falcke . 150 

587 Morant . 10 

588 Octavius E Coope, Esq. 17 

589 Sam. Addington, Esq. 17 

590 Sir A. de Rothschild 20 

591 Alexander Barker, Esq. 11 



592 Rhodes 

593 Attenborough 

594 Bay ley, Esq. 

595 Marquis of Bath 

596 Earl of Lonsdale 

597 Marquis of Hertford 

598 S.H.Sutherland, Esq. 

599 Marquis of Hertford 

600 Sir A. de Rothschild 

601 Marquis of Bath 



19 

25 

5 

28 
315 
388 
700 
871 
900 
590 









10 

17 











5 

7 



10 



10 







610-11 Marquis of Hertford 100 

612-13 The same . 64 1 

614 Thomas Vardon, Esq. 7 7 

615 W L , Esq. 40 19 

616 The same 



6l7-l7*Morant 

618 The same 

619 Ellis, Esq. 



43 

24 

4 

3 

26 

'. 12 

I 



620 Earl of Lonsdale 

621 Henry B. Baring, M.P 

622 Waters, Pimlico 

623 Walter Stirling, Esq. 32 11 

624 The same . 4 15 

625 George Morland, Esq. 11 11 

626 Thomas Wilson, Esq. 7 7 

627 White, Maddox Street 44 2 



628 Ralph Osborne, M.P. 

629 Henry B. Baring, M.P. 

630 Stanger, Maidstone 

631 Duke of Hamilton 

632 Morant 

633 The same 

634 Thomas Wilson, Esq. 

635 Henry B. Baring, M.P. 

636 Morant 

637 WilUam Stirling, M.P. 

638 Stanger, Maidstone 

639 Thomas Wilson, Esq. 
640-1 Marquis of Hertford 

642 George Morland, Esq. 

643 Thomas Wilson, Esq. 

644 Henry B. Baring, M.P. 

645 Pearce, High Holborn 

646 Waters, Pimlico 

647 Walter Stirling, Esq. 

648 Waters, Pimlico . 

649 George Morland, Esq. 

650 The same 

631 Thomas Baring, M.P. 

652 Thomas Wilson, Esq. 

653 Duke of Hamilton 

654 The same 

655 Rhodes 

656-7 Hon. Francis Baring 

658 Clarke . 

659 Morant 

660 Pearce, High Holborn 

661 The same 

662 Morant 

663 Webb 

664 Henry B. Baring, M.P. 



6 


6 





10 


10 





21 


10 


6 


31 


10 





4 








4 








6 


15 





26 


5 





3 


15 





5 


5 





7 


7 





3 


15 





55 


13 





11 








12 


12 





10 


10 





3 


5 





3 


3 





16 


5 


6 


5 


5 





45 


13 


6 


40 


19 





30 


9 





4 








2 


10 





3 


5 





24 


3 





78 


15 





4 


4 





43 


1 





22 


11 


6 


23 


2 





5 


5 





10 








11 





6 



COSTUME PORTRAITS. 



13 



GG5 ThomasWilson, Esq, 

666 Henry Graves and Co. 

667 The same 

668 Henry B. Baring, M. P. 

669 Farrer 

670 The same 

6/1 Lord St. Leonards 
672 Samuel Christy, M.P. 
673-4 Hon. Fred. Baring 

675 Duke of Hamilton 

676 Rhodes 

677 P- and Dom. Colnaghi 

678 Annoot and Gale 

679 Henry B. Baring, M.P. 

680 Earl of Lonsdale 
681-2 John Mitchell, Esq. 

683 Pearce, High Holborn 

684 Thomas Baring, M.P. 

685 Stanger, Maidstone 

686 Morant . 

687 Hon. Francis Baring 

688 Henry B. Baring, M.P. 

689 Weeks, Piccadilly . 

690 Henry Skynner, Esq. 

691 Mrs. Wilmer 
692-3 Farrer 

694 Henry B. Baring, M.P. 

695 Charles Plumley, Esq. 

696 Thomas Wilson, Esq. 

697 Morant 

698 The same . 

699 George R. Smith, Esq. 

700 Farrer 

701 Henry B. Baring, MP. 

702 The same. . 



15 


15 





45 


3 





43 


1 





34 


13 





55 


13 





55 


13 





22 


1 





14 


3 


6 


44 








84 








64 


1 





49 


7 





32 








32 


11 





13 


2 


6 


65 


2 





11 


11 





51 








13 


2 


6 


5 


10 





32 


11 





13 


2 


6 


21 








1 


15 





5 


5 





42 








33 








12 


12 





4 


14 


6 


14 


3 


6 


2 


18 





38 


17 





28 


7 





12 








52 


10 






703 Thomas Baring, M.P. 81 

704 Pearce, High Holborn 26 

705 Stanger, Maidstone 13 

706 Henry Graves and Co. 4 

707 Thomas Vardon, Esq. 81 

708 Nath. G. Lambert, Esq. 32 

709 Henry B. Baring, M.P. 3 

710 Walford, Esq. 10 

711 Annoot and Gale 6 

712 Walford, Esq. 13 

713 Pearce, High Holborn 42 

714 Annoot and Gale 4 

715 Henry B. Baring, M.P. 14 

716 Farrer . 116 



717 Earl of Lonsdale 

718 Walford, Esq. 



46 
10 

7 

15 

42 

7 



719 Morant 

720 Pearce, High Holborn 

721 Farrer 

722 George Moore, Esq. 

723 Henry B. Baring, M.P. 20 

724 Henry Graves and Co. 22 

725 Pearce, High Holborn 8 

726 Sir Robert Peel, M.P. 51 

727 Annoot and Gale 22 1 

728 S. L. Stephens, Esq. 194 5 

729 Henry B. Baring, M.P. 13 13 

730 Charles Mills, Esq. 32 11 

731 Earl of Lonsdale 14 14 

732 Ralph Osborne, M.P. 3 13 6 

733 Annoot and Gale 6 15 

734 George Moore, Esq. 7 15 
734AStanger, Maidstone 14 3 6 
734b The same . 14 10 
73 IcG. and H. Watson . 15 5 



18 

5 

2 6 

4 
18 



5 
10 

5 

10 



10 

14 

11 
4 

10 

17 6 

15 


17 6 
10 

1 
10 

9 





14 



HISTORICAL AND 



735 G. and H.Watson 1 1 

736 The same . 2 7 

737 Morant . 12 12 

738 Samuel Christy, M.P. 8 8 

739 Morant . 9 9 

740 Hon. Francis Baring 12 

741 Waters, Pimlico ■ 2 

742 Morant . .200 

743 Nieuwenhuys . 26 15 6 

744 Morant . . 11 

745 Waters, Pimhco 4 4 

746 Annoot and Gale . 8 18 6 

747 Nieuwenhuys . 11 11 

748 Wright . .440 

749 Willson, Strand 4 10 

750 Marquis of Hertford 58 16 

751 Morant . 11 11 

752 The same . 13 

753 Webb . 8 5 

754 George R. Smith, Esq. 55 13 

755 Nath. G. Lambert, Esq. 43 1 

756 Henry George Bohn 22 1 

757 William Maskell, Esq. 38 17 

758 Morant . . 35 

759 G. and H. Watson 53 6 
760-1 Waters, Pimlico . 8 18 6 

762 Charles Mills, Esq 17 6 6 

763 J. S. Eorbes, Esq. . 10 10 

764 Samuel Christy, M.P. 15 15 

765 Earl of Lonsdale . 14 14 

766 Field, Strand . 6 16 6 

767 Henry B. Baring, M.P. 10 10 

768 Waters, Pimhco 6 6 

769 Francis Barchard, Esq. 11 11 

770 Wright . 5 5 



771 Morant . . 8 18 6 

772 Waters, Pimlico 14 3 6 

773 Morant . . 10 10 

774 Smart, Tichborne Str. 16 5 6 

775 Col. Greville, M.P. 40 10 

776 J. M. Smith, Bond Str. 5 5 

777 Morant . . 33 12 

778 Rodoconochi . 14 3 6 

779 Morant . .660 

780 G. and H. Watson 7 17 6 

781 Farrer . . 73 10 

782 J. S. Forbes, Esq. 9 9 

783 Gritten, King Street 23 2 

784 Francis Barchard, Esq. 16 5 6 

785 The same . 21 

786 Duke of Hamilton 43 1 

787 The same . HOG 

788 Rodoconochi . 8 10 

789 G. and H. Watson . 11 11 

790 Henry Graves and Co. 13 13 

791 Henry B. Baring, M.P. 6 15 

792 Henry Graves and Co. 16 5 6 

793 Farrer . . 13 13 

794 Duke of Hamilton 74 11 

795 Rodoconochi . 13 2 6 

796 Duke of Hamilton 84 

797 F. Davis, Knightsbridge 7 

798 Joseph Neeld, M.P. 65 2 

799 Henry Graves and Co. 51 

800 The same . 15 15 

801 Morant . 22 1 

802 Ralph Osborne, M.P. 34 13 

803 Henry Graves and Co. 6 16 6 

804 Rhodes . . 105 

805 John Allcard, Esq. 11 6 



COSTUME PORTRAITS. 



15 



806 Van Cuyck, Paris 


47 


5 





841 


Francis Barchard, Esq. 


32 


11 





807 P- find Dom. Colnaghi 


162 


15 





842 


Nieuwenhuys 


65 


2 





808 Henry B. Baring, M.P 


10 


10 





843 


Morant 


42 








809 Morant . 


33 


12 





844 


Harrison, W'ardour Str 


. 6 


16 


6 


810 Ralph Osborne, M.P. 


16 


5 


6 


845 


Webb . 


32 


11 





811 Redfern, Warwick 


11 





6 


846 


Samuel Christy, M.P. 


10 








812 Morant . 


19 


19 





847-8 Will. Stirling, M.P. 


23 


2 





813 Cecil D. Gardner, Esq. 


3 


5 





849 


Henry Graves and Co. 


22 


1 





814 Morant , 


6 


15 





850 


John Allcard, Esq. 


6 


6 





81.5 J. S. Forbes, Fsq. 


13 


13 





851 


Money 


3 


5 





81G Annoot and Gale 


15 


4 


6 


852 


Morant 


16 


5 


6 


817 Morant . 


11 


11 





853-4 Charles Mills, Esq. 


110 


5 





818 Samuel Christy, M.P. 


11 


10 





855 


Alexander Barker, Esq 


.43 


1 





819 Morant . 


36 


15 





856 


Charles Mills, Esq. 


33 


12 





820 Sir H. H. Campbell 


215 


5 





857 


The same 


115 


10 





821 Harrison, Wardour Str. 


8 






















822 J. J. Jemmett, Esq. 


24 


10 





858 


Francis Barchard, Esq. 


6 


6 





823 Durlacher, Bond Street 


7 


7 





859 


The same 


5 


5 





824 Cecil D. Gardner, Esq. 


4 


4 





860 


John Allcard, Esq. 


6 








825 John Allcard, Esq. 


6 


6 





861 


Morant . 


4 


4 





826 Sir E. Lytton Bulwer 


3 


13 


6 


862 


Waters, Pimlico 


3 


10 





827 Charles Plumley, Esq. 


2 


10 





863 


G. and H. Watson 


10 


5 





828 Henry B. Baring, M.P. 


32 


11 





864 


Morant . 


21 


10 


6 


829 Field, Strand 


2 








865 


Van Cuyck, Paris 


4 


15 





830 Morant 


6 


6 





866 


Morant 


5 


15 





831 The same 


4 


10 





867 


W^aters, Pimlico 


7 


15 





832 Samuel Christy, M.P. 


11 


10 





868 


Duke of Hamilton 


21 


10 





833 Russell 


2 


5 





869 


Rhodes . 


6 


15 





834 Waters, Pimlico 


24 


13 


6 


870 


Myers, Old Bond Street 1 1 


10 





835 Morant . 


3 


5 





871 


Duke of Hamilton 


51 


9 





836 J. J. Jemmett, Esq. 


3 


15 





872 


F. Stanford, Esq. 


7 


15 





837 Francis Barchard, Esq. 


58 


16 





873 


W^aters, Pimlico 


9 








838 Morant . 


14 


3 


6 


874 


The same 


4 








839 Redfern, Warwick 


5 


5 





875 


Cecil D. Gardner, Esq. 


16 


16 





840 Morant . 


34 


13 





876 


Morant . 


8 


5 






16 



HISTORICAL PORTRAITS. 



877 Waters, Pimlico 

878 William Stirling, M.P. 

879 Morant . 

880 Samuel Christy, M.P. 

881 Hon. Francis Baring 

882 Willson, Strand 

883 Waters, Pimlico 

884 The same 

885 Norton, Soho Square 

886 Anthony, Duke Street 
887-8 J. J. Jemmett, Esq. 

889 Burgess . 

890 Waters, Pimlico 

891 Myers, Old Bond Str. 

892 J. M. Smith, Bond Str. 

893 Redfern, Warwick 

894 Rodoconochi 

895 Willson, Strand 

896 Francis Barchard, Esq. 

897 For Continent 

898 Francis Barchard, Esq. 10 

899 CharlesDeVoeux, Esq. 8 

900 F. Davis, Knightsbridge 8 

901 Morant . 

902 Webb 

903 Morant . 

904 The same 

905 Henry Graves and Co 

906 Samuel Christy, M.P. 

907 Burgess . 

908 J. M. Smith, Bond Str. 20 

909 Samuel Christy, M.P. 15 
010 Morant . 68 

911 The same . 74 

912 The same . 15 



13 

6 
15 

10 

28 
3 
1 

7 
7 

2 
12 
6 
6 
6 
5 

10 
6 
5 
9 
6 



52 

9 

23 

42 

14 

9 

3 









16 


6 


15 





15 





7 





5 





10 





7 





15 





15 





1 


6 


5 











10 





5 





10 





5 











9 





6 





10 





18 


6 


8 





10 





15 





2 











3 


6 


9 





13 


6 


9 


6 


10 





5 





11 





15 






913 Morant 

914 The same 

915 The same 



13 

21 

5 



916 Anthony, Duke Street 5 

917 Francis Barchard, Esq. 86 

918 J. C. Dent, Esq. 14 

919 Henry Graves and Co. 4 

920 Lady Monson . 3 

921 Morant . -22 

922 The same . 5 

923 Marquis of Londonderry 3 

924 Morant . 23 

925 P. and Com. Colnaghi 154 

926 The same . 225 

927 Morant . .183 

928 Reginald Neville, Esq. 54 

929 Morant . .11 

930 The same . 11 
930* The same . 44 

931 The same . 19 

932 The same . 17 

933 The same . 22 

934 Henry Graves and Co. 21 

935 Morant . 105 

936 Farrer . , .157 

937 Morant . 21 

938 Radclyffe . 12 

939 J. J. Jemmett, Esq. 7 

940 For Continent . 7 

941 J. S. Forbes, Esq. 13 

942 The same . 13 

943 Francis Barchard, Esq. 50 

944 Morant . . 6 

945 The same . 6 

946 The same . 17 



13 


15 6 

5 

2 

14 
10 

15 



1 

5 

3 

12 

7 






6 




15 

15 

12 
6 

11 

2 

19 

]7 

11 6 





10 





10 



2 6 

13 
8 

16 6 

16 6 

17 



CABINET OF MINIATURES. 



17 



947 Sir E. Lytton Bulwcr 5 

947*Samuel Christy, M.P. 7 17 

948-9 J. S. Forbes, Esq. 26 5 

950 i^enj. Benjamin . 5 

951 Morant . 13 13 

952 Willson, Strand . 4 4 

953 Waters, Pimlico 13 13 

954 Morant . . 32 11 

955 Grace, Wigmore Street 3 

956 Webb . .55 

957 Francis Barchard, Esq. 2S 7 

958 W^aters, Pimlico . 4 

959 Anthony, Duke Street 12 1 

960 Morant . . 32 11 

961 Anthony, Duke Street 40 19 

962 Morant . . 17 17 

963 The same ._ 31 10 

964 MissSuiUvan, Hampstd. 69 6 

965 Anthony, Duke street 7 15 

966 Samuel Christy, M.P. 19 8 

967 J- C. Dent, Esq. 5 5 

968 Anthony, Duke Street 95 11 

969 Geo. Rob. Smith, Esq. 53 11 

970 W'ebb, Grafton Street 3 10 

971 Duke of Hamilton 8 15 

972 Lebenheim . 2 12 

973 Chaffers . 4 14 

974 Queen of Holland . 3 3 

975 Marlborough House 5 

976 Duke of Hamilton . 17 17 

977 Rev. W. B. Hawkins 1 18 

978 Queen of Holland . 14 14 

979 The same . Ill 

980 Sam. Addington, Esq. 3 5 

981 Duke of Hamilton 18 10 




6 

U 










6 







6 







6 
6 












982 Sir H. H. Campbell 14 

9S3 Duke of Hamilton 22 

984 Lebenheim . 7 

985 F. Davis, Knightsbridge 1 

986 Queen of Holland . 9 

987 Benj. Benjamin . 1 

988 Henry George Bohn 2 

989 Rev. W. B. Hawkins 1 

990 Sir E. Lytton Bulwer 

991 Sam. Addington, Esq. 3 

992 Prince Czartoryska 11 

993 Marlborough House 6 

994 Queen of Holland . 9 

995 Rev. W. B. Hawkins 1 

996 Lebenheim . 2 

997 Marlborough House 4 

998 Lebenheim . 6 

999 The same . 4 

000 Marlborough House 2 

001 Queen of Holland 11 

002 The same . 2 

003 Garrard, Panton Street 3 

004 Willson, Strand . 1 

005 Lebenheim . 
0C6 Henry George Bohn 5 

007 David Falcke . 4 

008 Marlborough House 12 

009 Lebenheim . 

010 The same . 7 
Oil Webb . 2 
012 J.M.Smith, Bond Str. 15 

014 Lebenheim . 2 

015 Henry Graves and Co. 2 

016 Sam. Addington, Esq. 21 

017 Lebenheim . 15 

c 





11 6 





1 

19 

17 
2 

11 
15 
3 
11 
6 
5 
o 



/ 



14 
10 





2 

13 6 

10 









10 

12 

14 


15 

2 



15 



18 



CABINET OF MINIATURES. 



1018 Chaffers . 8 

1019 David Falcke . 

1020 Lebenheim . 2 

1021 David Falcke . 2 

1022 Lebenheim . 3 

1023 White, Maddox Street 7 

1024 David Falcke . 2 

1025 Lebenheim . 1 

1026 John Swaby, Esq. 5 

1027 Lebenheim . 2 

1028 The same . 2 

1029 Surman . . 1 

1030 Field, Strand . 3 

1031 Henry Graves and Co. 5 

1032 Baron Anselm de 

Rothschild, Vienna 60 

1033 David Falcke . 7 

1034 John Swaby, Esq. 4 

1035 Hon. Francis Baring 17 

1036 Henry George Rohn 4 

1037 Earl of Lonsdale . 22 

1038 Chaffers . 5 

1039 Lebenheim . 6 

1040 The same . 6 

1041 Marlborough House 5 

1042 Durlacher, Bond Street 5 

1043 Willson, Strand 3 

1044 David Falcke . 2 

1045 Chaffers . 4 

1046 Money . 4 

1047 Henry Walpole, Esq. 4 

1048 Thomas Butler, Esq. 2 

1049 The same . 2 

1050 Redfern, Warwick 2 

1051 David Falcke . 4 



8 

15 





4 

15 

10 

18 

15 



4 
12 
12 



18 

6 

9 

18 





10 

6 


14 6 

1 


10 



10 

10 

6 

10 



5 



10 




1052 Surman . 1 12 

1053 Wiilson, Strand . 2 4 

1054 Hon. Francis Baring 4 10 

1055 Willson, Strand . 1110 

1056 Caldwell . 4 15 

1057 Budd . .14 

1058 David Falcke . 3 

1059 Webb . .330 

1060 Willson, Strand 2 12 6 

1061 Russell . .050 

1062 Rhodes . 2 

1063 Thomas Butler, Esq. 2 14 

1064 Durlacher, Bond Street 4 4 

1065 The same . 4 6 

1066 Queen of Holland 4 4 

1067 Earl of Lonsdale . 18 7 6 

1068 I.ebenheim . 2 15 

1069 Earl of Lonsdale . 4 10 

1070 Webb . 4 15 

1071 The same . 3 15 

1072 Willson, Strand 1 7 

1073 Lebenheim . 7 15 

1074 Field. Strand . 15 

1075 Lebenheim , 15 

1076 The same . 9 9 

1077 ^^'ebb . . 5 10 
10/8 The same . 3 5 

1079 Willson, Strand . 1 13 

1080 Chaffers . 2 6 

1081 Money . . 18 

1082 John Swaby, Esq. 1 1 

1083 Willson, Strand . 14 

1084 Money . 18 

1085 John Mitchell, Esq. 12 

1086 Field, Strand . 14 



CABINET OF MINIATURES. 



19 



2 

2 
8 
2 

1 
3 
4 
10 
1 
1 



1087 David Falcke 

1088 Durlacher, Bond Street 

1089 Queen of Holland . 

1090 Thomas Butler, Esq. 

1091 The same . 

1092 The same 

1093 Hon, Francis Baring 

1094 Marlborough House 

1095 Queen of Holland 

1096 Earl of Craven 

1097 Chaffers . 8 

1098 Durlacher, Bond Street 1 

1099 W. King, Finchley Road 3 

1100 Queen of Holland . 1 

1101 The same . 1 

1102 Baron Anselm de 

Rothschild, Vienna 98 

1103 Annoot and Gale . 

1104 Wright 

1105 Marlborough House 
1105«Wilson, Strand 
11056Sold before, see 1096 
1105cMoney 
1105tfG. and H. Watson 



3 





18 





10 





16 





16 





5 





15 





15 






11 
1 

15 
1 



14 
8 
3 






10 

5 

16 

16 

1 



1106 Farrer . . 13 

1107 Morant . 7 10 

1108 Marq. of Londonderry 7 10 

1109 Gibbs, Esq. 26 15 6 

1110 Thomas Baring, x\I. P. 52 10 

1111 Ralph Osborne, M.P. 3 12 

1112 Morant . 17 17 

1113 Burgess . 5 

1114 Morant . 5 5 

1115 The same . 16 16 



1116 

1117 

1118 

1119 

1120 

1121 

1122 

1123 

1124 

1125 

1126 

1127 

1128 

1129 

1130 

1131 

1132 

1133 

1134 

1135 

1136 

1137 

1138 

1139 

1140 

1141 

1142 

1143 

1144 

1145 

1146 

1147 

1148 

1149 

1150 



Morant . 5 

Samuel Christy, M.P. 4 

Morant . 15 

Ralph Osborne, M.P. 4 

The same . 4 

Willson, Strand 3 

Luxmoore . 8 

Samuel Christy, M.P. 7 

The same . 6 

Farrer . 2 1 

Annoot and Gale . 10 

Samuel Christy, M.P. 8 

Mrs. Bernal . 4 

Marq. of Londonderry 10 

Annoot and Gale . 4 

The same . 3 

Rhodes . 13 

Willson, Strand . 3 

Morant . 7 

P.andDom.Colnaghi 163 

The same . 215 



Morant . 

The same . 
Samuel Christy, M.P. 
Morant 
Webb . 
Luxmoore 
Webb . 
Willson, Strand 
Webb . 
Morant 

The same 
Webb 
Samuel Christy, M.P. 

The same . 



10 



15 

15 

15 

5 

10 

5 

10 



10 

5 

4 

10 

4 
17 
10 





15 

5 
10 

5 

14 

5 



15 

3 



10 



10 

10 

10 



20 



CABINET OF MINIATURES. 



1151 Morant . . 18 18 

1152 Luxmoore . 3 12 6 

1153 Morant . . 16 16 

1154 Samuel Christy, MP. 10 10 

1155 P. and Dom. Colnaghi 24 

1156 Morant 
1156*Waters, Pimlico . 

1157 Holl. Magniac, Esq. 

1158 Morant . 

1159 F. Davis, Knightsbridge 2 

1160 Morant . 

1161 Samuel Christy, M.P. 

1162 Morant . 

1163 Luxmoore 

1164 Marlborough House 

1165 The same . 

1166 Annoot and Gale . 

1167 Money 

1168 Morant . 

1169 The same . 

1170 Willson, Strand 

1171 Annoot and Gale 

1172 Morant . 

1173 Webb 

1174 Samuel Christy, M.P 

1175 ChatFers 

1176 Webb . 

1177 ^ ' ^^'(l- ot" Breadalbane 

1178 The same 

1179 The same . 

1180 Henry Walpole, Esq. 

1181 Lebenheim 

1182 Webb . 

1183 Miss Sullivan, Hamp- 

stead . . 1( 



2 12 





4 10 





22 





5 10 





3 2 16 





6 15 





8 5 





43 1 





2 15 





15 15 





12 1 


6 


16 16 





10 10 





1 15 





11 





1 11 


6 


6 15 





4 15 





15 10 





1 13 





20 





3 15 





22 





23 2 





6 5 





5 





2 10 





5 






1184 Willson, Strand 3 

1185 Webb . . 

1186 Marlborough House 4 

1187 Money . . 1 

1188 Morant . 5 

1189 The same . 8 
1180 Samuel Christy, M.P. 5 

1191 The same . 5 

1192 The same . 8 

1193 Annoot and Gale . 8 

1194 P. and Dom. Colnaghi 20 

1195 Henry George Bohn 4 

1196 Benj. Benjamin 1 

1197 Redfern, Warwick . '2 

1198 Willson, Strand 2 

1199 Hon. R. H. Clive, M.P. 2 

1200 Burgess . 2 

1201 Durlacher, Bond Street 4 
1-202 Richard S. White, Esq. 
1203 P. and Dom. Colnaghi 21 



8 

18 

10 

U 6 



8 
15 



15 





5 

10 


15 

11 
8 
3 

12 6 



12 

4 

15 







; 



1204 Chaffers . 110 

1205 John Noble, Esq. . 6 6 

1206 F. O. Beggi, M.D. 1 8 

1207 Will;,on, Strand . 1 13 

1208 Morant . 5 5 

1209 F. O. Beggi, M.D. . 16 

1210 Samuel Christy, M.S\ 3 15 

1211 Morant . . 15 

1212 Annoot and Gale 5 5 
1212rtHenry George Bohn 15 10 
1212aF. O. Beggi, M.D. 1 
1212BHeiiry George Bohn 1 10 
1212cSamuel Christy, M.P. 3 10 
12l2DWillson, Strand . 2 4 
l212ESamud Christy, M.P. 16 



MEDIEVAL METAL WORK. 



21 



1212FReclfern, Warwick 



4 4 



1213 Hon. R. H. Clive, M.P. 6 6 

1214 Purnell B. Purnell, Esq. 2 10 

1215 Chaffers . . 1 14 

1216 Aug. W. Franks, Esq. 1 5 

1217 Marlborough House 20 10 

1218 Purnell B. Purnell, Esq. 4 

1219 iMarq. of Breadalbane 7 7 

1220 Marlborough House 3 15 

1221 Buckley . .16 

1222 Pratt, New Bond Street 1 

1223 British Museum . 6 6 

1224 The same . 47 5 

1225 Marlborough House 6 

1226 The same . 43 1 

1227 British Museum 

1228 ?vIarlborough House 

1229 The same 

1230 The same 

1231 Sir H. H. Campbell 

1232 Morant . . 5 

1233 Marlborough House 16 

1234 The same . 8 

1235 The same . 1 

1236 David Falcke . 32 11 

1237 Willson, Strand 19 

1238 Marlborough House 2 

1239 Sir H. H. Campbell 8 8 

1240 Marlborough House 5 18 

1241 Sold with 1236 and 1239 

1242 Marlborough House 7 

1243 The same . 8 



57 15 
22 1 
19 
19 19 
5 5 
5 


12 



1244 The same 

1245 Willson, Strand 




8 
31 10 
16 







































1246 Marlborough House 

1247 The same 

1248 The same 

1249 Lord Londesborough 

1250 Willson, Strand 

1251 Marlborough House 

1252 The same 

1253 The same . 

1254 John Swaby, Esq. 

1255 Marlborough House 

1256 F. O. Beggi, M.D. 

1257 Buckley . 

1258 Marlborough Iiouse 

1259 Chaffers 

1260 Marlborough House 

1261 Chaffers . 

1262 Marlborough House 

1263 Pratt, New Bond Street 1 

1264 British Museum 

1265 J. S. Forbes, Esq. 

1266 Ihe same 

1267 Marlborough House 

1268 Lord Londesborough 

1269 Annoot and Gale 

1270 Marlborough House 

1271 Chaffers 
1271*Pratt, New Bond Street 1 

1272 Marlborough House 

1273 The same 

1274 Wiilson, Strand 

1275 Annoot and Gale 

1276 Charles De Voeux, Esq. 5 

1277 Marlborough House 

1278 Withdrawn 

1279 Marlborough House 5 



2 








11 


5 





20 








1 


10 








19 





5 


15 





2 


10 





5 


5 





26 








3 


5 





1 


1 





1 


4 





1 


2 








13 





1 


3 








10 


6 


1 








t 1 


14 





10 








2 


12 


() 


2 


15 





2 


18 





1 


10 





4 


18 





9 


15 





16 








2tl 


1 





17 








32 








1 


13 








12 





1.5 


5 





2 









15 



22 



BYZANTINE METAL WORK. 



1280 
1281 
1282 
1283 
1284 
1285 
1286 
1287 
1288 
1289 
1290 
1291 
1292 
1293 
1294 
1295 
1296 
1297 
1298 
1299 
1300 
1301 
1302 
1303 
1304 
1305 
1306 



Wright . .31 

Annoot and Gale 18 

Marlborough House 15 
Wright . 14 

Samuel Addington, Esq. 40 
Chaffers . 2 

F. O. Beggi, M.b. 1 
Willson, Strand 

Marlborough House 2 
Lord Londesborough 40 

The same . 5 

Chaffers . 4 

Willson^ Strand 3 

Wetterhan, Paris 3 

Marlborough House 2 
British Museum* 267 
Chaffers . . 6 

Pratt, New Bond Street 5 
Cha. Oct.Morgan,M.P. 5 
Myers, Old Bond Str. 2 
Willson, Strand 10 

Marlborough House 5 

The same . 1 

Willson, Strand 1 

Marlborough House 14 
Durlacher, Bond Str. 232 
Pratt,New Bond Street 24 



10 







10 







5 







5 























1 







12 







6 















5 







4 







12 







5 







8 























12 







7 


6 




15 







10 







5 







18 







9 







10 







1 
















1307 British Museum 

1308 Marlborough House 

1309 Owen, New Bond Str. 

1310 Marlborough House 

1311 Willson, Strand 
1311* Rev. Walter Sneyd 

1312 Marlborough House 

1313 Col. Sibthorp, M.P. 

1314 Marlborough House 

1315 The same 

1316 British Museum 
1316*Marlborough House 

1317 The same 

1318 Col. Sibthorp, M.P. 

1319 Hayes 

1320 Col. Sibthorp, M.P. 

1321 British Museum 

1322 Chaffers . 

1323 The same . 

1324 Marlborough House 

1325 Chaffers 

1326 Marlborough House 

1327 The same 

1328 The same . 

1329 British Museum 

1330 Attenborough 

1331 Benj. Benjamin 



3 


3 





4 


4 





3 


7 





16 


10 





1 


11 





3 


10 





4 


15 





25 








3 


5 





2 


18 





66 








10 








46 








43 


11 


6 


1« 








28 


17 


6 


21 








11 


11 





50 








21 








12 








17 








16 








16 








10 








8 








6 


2 


6 



* No. 1295, an interesting relique of one of the Carlovingian race of kings in 
the ninth or tenth century, attracted no notice in " the old curiosity shop/' in the 
Place Musee, Brussels, till the more practised eye of Pratt, in New Bond Street, 
discovered its latent antique charms, and obtained it of Barthelemy, the dealer, 
for the price asked — ten francs ! Mr. Bernal became the purchaser at ten 
pounds, but M. Didron subsequently sought its possession, by proffering the 
latter one hundred pounds. 



ORNAMENTAL SILVER, 



23 



1332 Attenborough . 21 

1333 Martin T.Smith, M. P. 32 
1834 Rhodes . . 61 

1335 Durlacher, Bond Str. 28 

1336 Dowling, Esq. 110 

1337 Martin T. Smith, Esq. 43 

1338 William Maskell, Esq, 

1339 Russell 

1340 Willson, Strand 

1341 David Falcke 

1342 Earl of Lonsdale 

1343 Chaffers 

1344 Russell 

1345 Martin T. Smith, M.P 

1346 Russell 

1347 The same 

1348 The same 

1349 Martin T. Smith, Esq 

1350 Durlacher, Bond Str. 

1351 Earl of Lonsdale 

1352 Annoot and Gale 

1353 The same 

1354 MartinT. Smith, M.P. 13 

1355 Russell 

1356 Annoot and Gale 

1357 Russell 

1358 Annoot and Gale 

1359 Hertz, Marlborough'St. 1 

1360 Marlborough House 

1361 British Museum 
136-2 The same 

1363 Russell 

1364 Banting, St. James Str. 7 

1365 Owen, New Bond Str. 



1 


8 





1 


12 





6 








1 


5 





2 


8 





5 








26 








3 


15 





4 


10 





11 








10 


10 





8 








16 


5 


6 


1 


8 





1 


2 





2 


12 


6 


13 


13 





5 


5 





3 








1 


10 





•2 


18 





t. 1 


15 





7 


10 





2 


2 





4 








2 


15 





r. 7 


10 





1 


1 






1366 Cecil D. Gardner, Esq. 2 

1367 Chaifers . 3 

1368 British Museum 8 

1369 Dantzigger . 

1370 Lord Londesborough 2 

1371 Marlborough House 25 

1372 Chaffers . 3 

1373 Marlborough House 8 

1374 Edm. Waterton, Esq. 11 

1375 Lord Londesborough 2 

1376 Viscount Dupplin 5 

1377 VVillson, Strand 2 

1378 Samuel Addington, Esq. 3 

1379 Garrard, Pan ton Street 2 

1380 Lord Londesborough 5 

1381 Marlborough House 

1382 Rhodes . 

1383 Marlborough House 

1384 Marshall, Esq. 



7 

29 
5 
5 

1385 Garrard, Panton Street 5 

1386 Marks, Oxford Street 15 

1387 Rhodes . 10 

1388 Garrard, Panton Street 8 

1389 Marlborough House 10 

1390 The same . 13 

1391 Beurdeley, Paris 10 

1392 Marlborough House 16 

1393 The same . 12 

1394 The same . 55 

1395 Russell . 28 

1396 S. Zimmerman . 8 

1397 David Falcke . 7 

1398 Hertz, Marlborough Str. 6 

1399 Marlborough House 9 

1400 James James, Esq. . 7 





5 


6 
2 

10 

10 

15 



4 
18 

2 

18 

6 

5 
10 



10 

5 



4 6 



15 

5 
15 



10 





15 



5 







24 



LIMOGES, DRESDEN, 



1401 James James^, Esq. 1 15 

1402 The same . 4 

1403 Henry T. Hope, M.P. 10 15 

1404 Lord Londesborough 30 

1405 OctaviusE. Coope,Esq.l9 

1 406 Durlacher, Bond Str. 110 

1407 Henry T. Hope, M.P. 15 10 

1408 Marlborough House 46 10 

1409 The same . 19 10 

1410 The same . 40 

1411 Beurdeley, Paris 15 

1412 Marlborough House 30 

1413 The same . 22 

1414 The same . 20 10 

1415 Henry T. Hope, M.P. 20 10 

1416 Martin T. Smith, M.P. 19 

1417 Marq. ot Breadalbane 17 

1418 The same . 28 

1419 Henry T. Hope, M.P. 131 

1420 Baron J. de Rothschild 41 

1421 G. W. Dasent, Esq. 45 

1422 Lord Londesborough 12 10 

1423 Marlborough House 33 10 

1424 S. Zimmerman 37 10 

1425 Octav. E. Coope, Esq. 32 10 

1426 Henry T. Hope, M.P. 31 

1427 Russell . . 32 10 

1428 Attenborough . 16 

1429 The same . 7 

1430 Beurdeley, Paris 13 

1431 Marlborough House 15 

1432 Lord Londesborough 26 

1433 The same . 9 

1434 S. H. Sutherland, Esq. 27 

1435 Russell . . 44 



1436 T. M. Whitehead, Esq. 7 

1437 Money . . 7 

1438 Attenborough . 4 

1439 Sam. Addington, Esq. 23 

1440 The same . 6 

1441 The same . 8 

1442 Viscount Dupplin 



1 44 2* Attenborough 



4 
4 
2 
4 

20 



1442** The same . 

1443 Viscount Dupplin . 

1444 Attenborough . 

1446 Garrard, Pan ton Street 20 

1447 The same . 22 
1418 Marlborough House 3 
1448* The same . 45 

1449 Cecil D. Gardner, Esq. 17 

1450 Marlborough House 38 
1451-2 S. Zimmerman 

1453 The same . 

1454 David Falcke 

1455 Wertheimer, Bond Str 

1456 Marlborough House 

1457 The same . 

1458 The same 

1459 S. H. Sutherland, Esq. 85 

1460 Rhodes . . 18 

1461 Sam. Addington, Esq. 5 

1462 George Carr Glyn, Esq. 3 

1463 Durlacher, Bond Street 5 

1464 Marlborough House 10 

1465 The same . 4 



11 
10 

7 

2 

27 
27 
51 



5 
10 





6 
5 

4 

8 



5 


15 

10 







5 



5 



10 









10 



10 



1466 British Museum . 13 5 

1467 Baron Gustave de Roths- 

child, Paris . 40 



AND OTHER ENAMELS. 



25 



1468 Hertz, Marlborough Si 


t.io 


10 





1503 


1469 British Museum . 


9 


10 





1504 


1470 Linton 


12 


10 





1505 


1471 Maguire, Esq. 


6 


6 





1506 


1472 Wetterhan, Paris 


4 


15 





. 1507 


1473 The same 


5 








1508 


1474 Earl of Craven 


5 


5 





1509 


1475 Farrer . 


8 


12 





1510 


1476 Willson, Strand 


6 


7 


6 


1511 


1477 Octav. E. Coope, Esq 


10 


5 





1512 


1478 Farrer 


34 








1513 


1479 Marlborough House 


10 


15 





1514 


1480 British Museum 


10 








1515 


1481 The same 


24 


10 





1516 


1482 S. Zimmerman 


16 


5 


6 


1517 


1483 Wright 


21 








1518 


1484 British Museum 


26 


10 





1519 


1485 William Maskell, Esq. 


5 


5 





1520 


1486 Marlborough House 


16 


10 





1521 


1487 British Museum . 


32 


10 





1522 


1488 Bryant, St. James's Str. 5 


5 





1523 


1489 J. Hughes Anderdon 


4 








1524 


1490 Marlborough House 


13 








1525 


1491 J. Hughes Anderdon 


4 








1526 


1492 F. Davis, Knightsbridge 3 


5 





1527 


1493 Beurdeley, Paris . 


4 


10 





1528 


1494 Marlborough House 


15 


2 


6 


1529 


1495 Farrer . 


18 








1530 


1496 Marlborough House 


15 








1531 


1497 The same 


56 


10 





1532 


1498 The same . 


12 


5 





1533 


1499 Andrew Fountaine, Esq 


.31 








1534 


1500 H. St. John Mildmay 


5 


5 





1535 


1501 British Museum . 


25 








1536 


1502 H. St. John Mildmay 


1 


13 





1537 



British Museum . 18 15 

Farrer . 21 ^ 

Andrew Fountaine, Esq. 21 

Baron J. de Rothschild 51 







The same . 61 19 

Farrer . 33 

Marlborough House 16 

Willson, Strand 8 10 

Charles S. Bale, Esq. 27 

British Museum 20 10 

Marlborough House 19 

Wetterhan, Paris 2 2 

The same . 110 

Beurdeley, Paris 12 1 6 

Baron J. de Rothschild 52 10 

J. Hughes Anderdon 4 4 

British Museum . 49 

Hertz, Marlborough St. 17 17 

Farrer . . 14 10 

Sam. Addington, Esq. 10 10 

Marq. of Breadalbane 9 10 

Willson, Strand 9 9 

Marq. of Breadalbane 24 3 

Marlborough House 3 10 

The same . 3 10 

The same . 4 

The same . 15 

Wright . 12 

The same . 12 12 

T. M. Whitehead, Esq. 3 10 

British Museum . 5 15 

Linton . 5 5 

Weeks, Piccadilly . 3 15 

British Museum 20 

The same 32 

D 



26 



CARVINGS IN IVORY, 



1538 Willson, Strand . 2 

1539 Marlborough House 27 

1540 Wetterhan, Paris 5 

1541 Marlborough House 8 
1342 Richard S. White, Esq. 2 

1543 William Maskell, Esq. 5 

1544 BaronG.de Rothschild 420 

1545 Marlborough House 50 

1546 British Museum 21 

1547 Marlborough House 9 

1548 Wright . .17 

1549 Marlborough House 26 

1550 Marquis of Bath 11 

1551 Willson, Strand . 4 

1552 Wedderburne 4 

1553 Marlborough House 13 

1554 Redfern, W^arwick . 3 

1555 Wright . 20 

1556 Brown . . 4 
155 7 Smith . 2 

1558 British Museum . 51 

1559 Rhodes . 42 

1560 British Museum . 80 

1561 Sam. Addington, Esq. 136 

1562 Marlborough House 82 

1563 OctaviusE.Coope^Esq. 17 

1564 British Museum . 41 

1565 Annoot and Gale 252 

1566 Weight . .41 

1567 Farrer . 26 

1568 Wright . . 26 

1569 Marlborough House 42 

1570 British Museum . 41 

1571 Beurdeley, Paris 37 

1572 BaronJ.de Rothschild 16 

1573 David Falcke . 25 



7 









5 







2 


6 




10 







5 







































17 


















6 




4 







15 















12 


6 




10 







14 


6 




17 































10 















17 























10 







10 







10 































16 













1 



574 John Noble, Esq. 16 16 

575 Sam. Addington, Esq. 59 

576 Marlborough House 45 

577 S. Zimmerman . 4 15 

578 The same . 41 

579 Baron J. de Rothschild 6 10 

580 Baron Solomon James 
de Rothschild, Paris 10 10 

581 Marq. of Breadalbane 15 10 

582 Annoot and Gale 17 

583 British Museum . 4 

584 Marlborough House 16 5 

585 Baron S. de Rothschild 21 

586 Marlborough House 21 10 

587 Baron S. de Rothschild 3 12 6 

588 Sam. Addington, Esq. 21 

589 Baron J. de Rothschild 26 

590 Marlborough House 21 5 

591 Banting, St. James's Str. 2 

592 The same . 2 2 

593 Dowling, Esq. 1 2 

594 Weeks, Piccadilly 4 6 

595 British Museum 2 10 



596 Marlborough House 8 

597 Lord Londesborough 10 

598 Marlborough House 8 5 

599 The same . 1 

600 The same , 2 

601 The same . 1 

602 The same . 3 

603 The same . 1 

604 Pratt, New Bond Street 2 12 

605 The same . 3 

606 Earl of Lonsdale . 3 15 

607 Marlborough House 9 5 



1 
5 

2 

12 

10 



AND EARLY CURIOSITIES. 



27 



1608 Marlborough House 


1 








1639 


T. M. Whitehead, Esq 


. 1 


3 





1609 No Name 


2 








1640 


Durlacher, Bond Street 


1 


10 





1610 Chaffers 


2 








1641 


Marlborough House 


15 


10 





1611 Marlborough House 


7 








1642 


W. Lake Price, Esq. 


3 


13 


6 


1612-13 Chaffers 





10 


6 


1643 


Marq. of Breadalbane 


10 


10 





1614 Lord Londesborough 


1 


3 





1644 


Marlborough House 


4 








1615 Marlborough House 


7 


15 





1645 


The same 


2 


17 





1616 Lord Londesborough 


1 


7 





1646 


The same . 


1 


6 





1617 British Museum . 


30 








1647 


The same 


2 


8 





1618 Marlborough House 


18 


10 





1648 


The same . 


3 


17 





1619 The same 


17 








1649 


Chaffers . 


16 








1620 The same . 


7 


7 





1650 


Benj. Benjamin 


1 


13 





1621 William Maskell, Esq. 


7 


7 





1651 


Pratt, New Bond Street 17 





1622 Lord Londesborough 


27 








1652 


Chaffers . 


5 


10 





1623 Marlborough House 


8 


5 





1653 


William Stirling, M.P. 


3 


5 





1624 British Museum . 


4 


15 





1654 


Chaffers . 


5 


7 


6 


1625 Marlborough House 


2 


5 





1655 


Benj. Benjamin 


1 


18 





1626 Chaffers . 


3 


17 





1656 


John Noble, Esq. 


19 


8 


6 


1627 British Museum 


74 


11 





1657 


Wright . 


7 


5 





1628 The same 


15 








1658 


The same . 


3 


17 





1629 William Maskell, Esq. 


5 


10 





1659 


Marlborough House 


10 


10 





1630 Annoot and Gale 


8 


15 





1660 


The same . 


13 


10 





1631 Marlborough House 


5 


5 





1661 


Walter Stirling, Esq. 


6 


15 





1632 British Museum . 


10 








1662 


Marlborough House 


15 








1633 The same . 


37 








1663 


The same* 


40 


10 





1634 Lord Londesborough 


43 








1664 


Redfern, Warwick 


3 


6 





1635 Marlborough House 


8 


10 





1665 


Pratt, New Bond Street 1 


10 





1636 Chaffers . 


5 


2 


6 


1666 


Chaffers . 


3 


12 





1637 William Maskell, Esq. 


4 








1667 


Marlborough House 


8 


5 





1638 W. King, Finchley Road 3 








1668 


The same 


1 


11 


6 



* No. 1663 was purchased by Messrs. Annoot and Gale, for Martin T. Smith, 
M.P., who finding he had unintentionally obtained it, in competition with the 
School of Design, generously presented it to Marlborough House, where it 
remains an honourable memento of his liberality and patriotism. 



28 



CARVINGS IN IVORY. 



1669 Greenwood, Esq. 2 

1670 Benj. Benjamin 

1671 Marlborough House 10 

1672 The same . 12 

1673 Pratt, New Bond Street 

1674 The same . 

1675 British Museum 11 

1676 Marlborough House 5 

1677 Pratt, New Bond Street 3 

1678 Marlborough House 12 

1679 The same . 25 

1680 Lord Londesborough 2 

1681 Benj. Benjamin 3 

1682 Annoot and Gale 8 

1683 OctaviusE.Coope,Esq. 5 

1684 Greenwood, Esq. 14 

1685 Marlborough House 20 

1686 The same . 22 

1687 Willson, Strand 

1688 ■ Greenwood, Esq. 4 

1689 Linton . . 1 

1690 British Museum 2 

1691 Benj. Benjamin 2 

1692 George Morland, Esq. 7 

1693 King, Woodstock Str. 4 

1694 Greenwood, Esq. 35 

1695 John Noble, Esq. 22 

1696 Benj. Benjamin 200 

1697 Pratt, New Bond Street 2 

1698 Marlborough House 24 

1699 The same 

1700 The same . 

1701 The same 

1702 Benj. Benjamin 

1 703 Marq. of Breadalbane 



6 







17 















10 







7 







7 























10 







10 







10 







10 















18 


6 












5 















10 







12 







4 







8 







15 







12 















17 















11 


6 












15 







10 







10 























7 





1 > 


10 








704 Marq. of Breadalbane 4 4 

705 Marlborough House 15 10 

706 The same . 15 15 

707 Robert G. Austen, Esq. 12 

708 Marlborough House 21 

709 The same . 4 15 

710 The same . 5 

711 The same . 1 18 

712 The same . 14 10 

713 Pratt, New Bond Street 5 

714 Rhodes . .110 

715 Marlborough House 15 

716 The same . 16 10 

717 The same . 6 5 

718 Webb . . 8 10 

719 Marlborough House 7 5 

720 W. Lake Price, Esq. 10 10 

721 Withdrawn 

722 Aug. W. Franks, Esq. 15 

723 Marlborough House 4 

724 Benj. Benjamin 6 

725 Pratt, New Bond Street 18 

726 Marlborough House 20 10 

727 Pratt,New Bond Street 12 5 

728 Mrs. Thomas 4 10 

729 Lord Londesborough 11.) 

730 Hon. W. G. Osborne 3 17 

731 Pratt, New Bond Street 5 

732 Linton . 2 

733 The same . 1 

734 Benj. Benjamin 5 

735 Cecil D. Gardner, Esq. 26 

736 Marlborough House 41 

737 The same . 3 



5 

7 

2 6 

15 6 



FAENZA WARE. 



29 



1738 Andrew Fountaine, Esq. 7 

1739 Chaffers . 40 

1740 Marlborough House 10 

1741 Willson, Strand 1 16 

1742 Sam. Addington, Esq. 10 15 

1743 Sir H. H. Campbell 16 16 

1744 Marlborough House 14 10 

1745 David Falcke . 10 10 

1746 British Museum 6 

1747 Chaffers . .400 

1748 Marlborough House 5 

1749 Baron Alphonse de 

Rothschild, Paris 18 10 

1750 British Museum 22 

1751 The same . 7 5 

1752 Chaffers . 5 

1753 British Museum 14 

1754 Marlborough House 25 

1755 British Museum 6 

1756 Marlborough House 4 4 

1757 British Museum . 6 

1758 Marlborough House 5 15 

1759 The same . 4 

1760 The same . 5 10 

1761 The same . 4 

1762 The same . 12 1 6 

1763 The same . 15 10 

1764 Redfern, Warwick 5 10 

1765 The same . 3 

1766 Marlborough House 26 10 

1767 BaronG.de Rothschild 26 

1768 F.DavieSjKnightsbridge 3 3 

1769 The same . 3 3 

1770 Charles S. Bale, Esq. 3 

1771 Robert S.Holford, Esq. 26 10 



1772 Charles S. Bale, Esq. 


31 


10 





1773 BaronG.de Rothschild 45 








1774 Marlborough House 


6 


5 





1775 British Museum 


5 


5 





1776 Annoot and Gale 


10 








1777 Marlborough House 


6 


15 





1778 British Museum 


8 


15 





1779 The same 


30 








1780 Marlborough House 


15 


15 





1781 The same 


7 








1782 The same . 


5 


5 





1783 The same 


8 








1784 The same . 


8 


5 





1785 Octavius E. Coope, Es 


q.9 


5 





1786 British Museum 


13 








1787 Marlborough House 


5 


10 





1788 J. J. Jemmett, Esq. 


11 





6 


1789 Marlborough House 


21 








1 790 The same . 


15 


15 





1791 British Museum 


9 


5 





1792 Cecil D. Gardner, Esq 


. 7 17 


6 


1793 Sir H. H. Campbell 


11 


10 





1794 F. Davis, Knightsbridge 7 


17 


6 


1795 Marlborough House 


5 


5 





1796 The same 


8 


8 





1797 British Museum 


9 


19 


6 


1798 Marlborough House 


8 


8 





1799 The same . 


10 


5 





1800 The same 


10 


15 





1801 The same . 


9 


9 





1802 The same 


14 


3 


6 


1803 The same . 


7 17 


6 


1804 The same 


6 


16 


6 


1805 The same . 


11 


11 





1806 Pearce, Hieh Holborn 


6 


5 






30 



FAENZA, RAFFAELLE, 



1807 
1808 
1809 
1810 
1811 
1812 
1813 
1814 
1815 
1816 
1817 
1818 
1819 
1820 
1821 
1822 
1823 
1824 
1825 
1826 
1827 



Cecil D. Gardner, Esq. 5 
British Museum 43 

The same . 6 

Marlborough House 44 
Pearce, High Holborn 12 
Baron A. de Rothschild 19 
Hertz, Marlborough St. 14 
Marlborough House 6 

The same . 11 

Morant . 23 

Henry Christy, M.P. 14 
Marlborough House 10 
T. M. Whitehead, Esq. 13 
Marlborough House 7 
Chaffers . .15 

Louis Nathan 17 

The same . 1 7 

Baron J. de Rothschild 74 
Beurdeley, Paris 13 

Pearce, High Holborn 9 
Morant . 20 



5 





1828 


1 





1829 


16 


6 


1830 








1831 


1 


6 


1832 


8 


6 


1833 


3 


6 


1834 


16 


6 


1835 





6 


1836 








1837 








1838 








1839 


13 





1840 


10 





1841 








1842 


17 





1843 


10 





1844 








1845 


2 


6 


1846 


9 





1847 


10 





1848 



OctavlusE. Coope, Esq. 3 
Marlborough House 11 
British Museum 8 

Marlborough House 
British Museum 

The same 
Marq. of Breadalbane 
Octavius E. Coope, Esq. 6 
Marlborough House 12 

The same . 10 

Sam. Addington, Esq. 26 
Marlborough House 11 

The same 
British Museum 
Marlborough House 
British Museum 
Marlborough House 
British Museum 
Marlborough House 

The same . 

The same* 



7 

23 
23 
16 

17 
13 
60 
50 
120 







10 


10 
10 
15 6 
10 

1 6 
10 
10 



7 









10 









* No. 1848, sold at the Stowe sale, August l7th, 1848, no. 304, for four 
pounds. Mr. Bernal purchased it for five pounds. 

In the Stowe Catalogue, the subject of this plate is described as " an 
interior, with an artist painting the Majolica ware." Here, the assuming the 
seated figures to be those of Raffaelle and the Fornarina created without due 
reflection an extraordinary competition to possess a pictorial production that 
after all establishes nothing in reference to that pre-eminently distinguished 
Artist. La Fornarina as his supposed mistress is a doubtful personage ; she is 
first mentioned by that name by Simone Fornari, in 1549, and his statements 
were heedlessly adopted by Vasari. None of the earlier biographers of Raffaelle 
notice any such connexion; and the stories of the painter's raptures on his first 
sight of the asserted beautiful Transteverina are still more modern inventions, 
while Vasari's idle relation respecting Raffaelle's inordinate attachment to the 
Fornarina, the alleged cause of his death, is an absurd calumny. 



AND PALISSY WARE. 



31 



1849 Charles S. Bale, Esq. 41 

1850 Andr. Fountaine, Esq. 28 7 

1851 Rev. W. B. H awkins 32 11 

1852 Charles S. Bale, Esq. 28 10 

1853 Marlborough House 15 

1854 British Museum 6 16 6 

1855 Marlborough House 8 10 





5 

10 



5 

10 

10 





2 6 

10 



10 

10 



8 

10 













10 



1856 


British Museum 


42 


1857 


Chaffers 


5 


1858 


The same 


3 


1859 


Robert S. Holford, Esq. 8 


1860 


Chaffers . 


5 


1861 


Marlborough House 


6 


1862 


The same 


6 


1863 


The same . 


10 


1864 


The same 


10 


1865 


Sam. Addington, Esq. 


34 


1866 


Marlborough House 


7 


1867 J« J- Jemmett, Esq. 


4 


1868 


British Museum 


10 


1869 


Marlborough House 


6 


1870 


Farrer 


11 


1871 


Chaffers 


8 


1872 


British Museum 


30 


1873 


Sam. Addington, Esq. 


33 


1874 


Marlborough House 


16 


1875 


Andr. Fountaine, Esq 


39 


1876 


Marlborough House 


61 


1877 


British Museum 


46 


1878 


Baron A. de Rothschild 42 


1379 


Marlborough House 


11 


1880 


The same 


26 


1881 


The same 


7 


1882 


British Museum . 


5 



10 
10 
10 



883 Marlborough House 10 

884 The same . 10 

885 British Museum . 11 

886 Marlborough House 12 

887 The same . 8 

888 The same . 9 

889 The same . 36 

890 The same . 7 

891 The same . 23 

892 British Museum . 42 

893 Marlborough House 8 

894 British Museum . 48 

895 The same . 66 

896 Durlacher, Bond Street 33 

897 Marlborough House 8 

898 Charles De Voeux, Esq. 7 

899 George Morland, Esq. 24 

900 British Museum . 18 

901 Cecil D. Gardner, Esq. 7 

902 J. J. Jemmett, Esq. 20 

903 J. S. Forbes, Esq. 4 

904 Marlborough House 6 

905 Wedderburne . 2 

906 Hertz, Marlborough St. 6 

907 The same . 5 

908 Octavius E. Coope,Esq. 4 

909 Marlborough House 16 

910 British Museum . 69 

911 Marlborough House 4 

912 Smart, Tichborne Str. 2 

913 Robert S. Holford, Esq. 14 

914 Sam. Addington, Esq. 13 

915 Owen, New Bond Str. 4 

916 Aug. W. Franks, Esq. 3 

917 Willson, Strand . 4 





10 





5 







10 

10 

5 

2 





10 

10 





5 

9 6 



5 



10 

15 







14 6 

18 







10 





32 



FAENZA, RAFFAELLE, 



1918 
1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1925 
1926 
1927 
1928 
1929 
1930 
193] 

1932 

1933 
1934 
1935 
1936 
1937 
1938 
1939 
1940 
1941 
1942 
1943 



Marlborough House 10 
The same . 5 

British Museum 5 

James Bowker, Esq. 2 
Marlborough House 5 
J. S. Forbes, Esq. 4 

J. J. Jemmett, Esq. 6 
Charles De Vceux, Esq. 4 
Andr.Fountaine,Esq.*142 
British Museum . 8 
Richard S. White, Esq. 2 
Marlborough House 5 
Baron J. de Rothschild 22 
James Bowker, Esq. 1 
^ British Museum 80 

C Marlborough Housetl6 
British Museum 22 

The same . 5 

Sam. Addington, Esq. 53 
British Museum 

The same . 
Marlborough House 
Morant 



Marlborough House 
The same . 
The same 
The same . 



32 

80 
50 
4 
6 

2 

2 
15 



10 

5 



12 

10 

4 

5 
5 

5 

10 

10 


11 6 





11 



17 









8 

10 



1944 British Museum . 14 

1945 Marlborough House 8 

1946 Chaffers . . 30 

1947 Marlborough House 8 

1948 Hertz, Marlborough St. 3 

1949 Baron A. de Rothschild 90 

1950 Marlborough House 21 

1 95 1 British Museum 26 

1952 The same . 24 

1953 Marlborough House 22 

1954 Sam. Addington, Esq. 12 

1955 British Museum 28 

1956 Baron J. de Rothschild 32 

1957 Marlborough House 27 

1958 The same . 34 

1959 Sam. Addington, Esq. 45 

1960 Alexander Barker, Esq. 39 

1961 Col. Sibthorp, M.P. 16 

1962 Attenborough . 6 

1963 British Museum 14 

1964 Cecil D. Gardner, Esq. 7 

1965 Marlborough House 6 

1966 Hertz, Marlborough St.l4 

1967 Marlborough House 6 

1968 The same . 10 

1969 The same . 7 

1970 British Museum . 5 



10 





5 

15 




10 



10 













16 

6 
10 
10 

5 

3 6 

10 



10 





* In the Catalogue, compiled it is presumed, from Mr. Bernal's very fre- 
quently defective notes, the subject of no. 1926, painted by Georgio Andreoli at 
Gubbio in 1525, is erroneously said to be "the Judgment of Parisj'^ on the 
contrary, it represents " the Stream of Life," after an early and very rare print 
by Robetta. 

t The tazza-shaped basin, no. 1932, was retained for the British Museum at 
eighty pounds; and the antique steel stand passed to Marlborough House at 
sixteen pounds. 



AND PALISSY WARE. 



33 



1971 Pearce, High Holborn 5 

1972 Recatalogued 2033 

1973 Andrew Fountaine, Esq. 12 

1974 Robert S.Holford, Esq.l2 

1975 Cecil D. Gardner, Esq. 13 

1976 Andrew Fountaine,Esq.l5 

1977 British Museum . 10 

1978 Andrew Fountaine, Esq. 11 

1979 British Museum . 

1980 Marlborough House 

1981 J. S. Forbes, Esq. . 

1982 Marlborough House 

1983 British Museum . 

1984 Marlborough House 

1985 The same 

1 986 The same . 
1986tt The same 
1986b The same . 
1986cBritish Museum 
1986c?Recatalogued 2088 
1986f'J. S. Forbes, Esq. . 



11 
15 
11 
40 
20 
20 
5 
8 
10 
16 
45 



10 

10 

10 

10 













10 







5 





10 

5 



1987 
1988 
1989 
1990 
1991 
1992 
1993 
1994 
1995 
1996 
1997 
1998 
1999 



Marlborough House 5 18 

Chas. D. Fortnum, Esq. 5 5 

Marlborough House 11 6 

The same . 2 15 

British Museum 4 15 

Marlborough House 6 

The same . 5 10 
Chaffers . .550 

British Museum 3 5 
Chaffers . .220 

The same . 3 15 

Octavius E. Coope, Esq. 6 

British Museum 13 2 6 



2000 

2001 

2002 

2003 

2004 

2005 

2006 

2007 

2008 

2009 

2010 

2011 

2012 

2013 

2014 

2015 

2016 

2017 

2018 

2019 

2020 

2021 

2022 

2023 

2024 

2025 

2026 

2027 

2028 

2029 

2030 

2031 

2032 

2033 

2034 



Chaffers . .426 

Richard S. White, Esq. 3 
Marlborough House 4 10 

Chaffers . 5 5 

Marlborough House 5 10 

T. S. Forman, Esq. 3 10 

British Museum . 10 

Octavius E. Coope, Esq. 3 10 

Marlborough House 6 

The same . 4 15 
Chaffers . .55 

Willson, Strand 4 4 

Annoot and Gale . 6 10 

Marlborough House 10 10 

The same . 8 5 

British Museum . 24 10 

Chaffers . 5 15 
British Museum . 13 
Andrew Fountaine, Esq. 5 
Annoot and Gale . 3 

Stuart, Esq. 3 

British Museum . 5 

The same . 22 



Chas. D. Fortnum, Esq. 7 
Marlborough House 19 10 
Willson, Strand . 3 3 
Marlborough House 12 
The same . 11 10 

David Falcke . 4 

J. J. Jemmett, Esq. 6 
Chaffers . 5 

T. S. Forman, Esq. 4 
Willson, Strand 4 

AndrewFountaine,Esq. 25 




5 

8 

10 





The same 



5 10 








































34 



FAENZA, l^AFFAELLE, 



2035 British Museum 4 10 

2036 Marlborough House 10 10 

2037 British Museum . 12 10 

2038 Marlborough House 21 o 

2039 The same . 9 5 

2040 Pearce, High Holborn 5 10 

2041 Wright . .330 

2042 British Museum 6 10 

2043 Lord Maidstone . 4 10 

2044 Chas.D.Fortnum,Esq. 7 15 

2045 Willson, Strand . 3 15 

2046 Marlborough House 7 

2047 British Museum . 4 15 

2048 OctaviusE.Coope,Esq. 4 10 

2049 British Museum . 40 

2050 Roussel, Paris 51 

2051 Marlborough House 13 10 

2052 The same . 15 

2053 Pearce, High Holborn 5 5 

2054 British Museum . 10 

2055 Marlborough House 10 10 

2056 The same . 5 

2057 Willson, Strand 3 8 

2058 British Museum . 6 

2059 Andrew Fountaine, Esq. 5 10 

2060 British Museum . 6 

2061 The same . 60 



2062 Marlborough House 21 

2063 Alexander Barker, Esq. 31 

2064 Marlborough House 15 

2065 Annoot and Gale . 8 

2066 British Museum 22 

2067 Willson, Strand . 3 

2068 Charles De Voeux, Esq. 7 

2069 Marlborough House 5 

2070 British Museum . 41 

2071 Cecil D.Gardner, Esq. 20 

2072 The same . 26 

2073 Samuel Addington, Esq. 7 

2074 Marlborough House 6 

2075 The same . 26 

2076 BaronG.de Rothschild 162 

2077 Cecil D. Gardner, Esq. 17 

2078 Marlborough House 5 

2079 Octavius E. Coope, Esq. 5 

2080 The same 

2081 British Museum 

2082 Marlborough House 

2083 The same 

2084 The same . 8 

2085 AndrewFountaine,Esq. 61 

2086 British Museum . 22 

2087 ColonelSibthorp, M.P. 12 

2088 British Museum . 20 



2 
61 
26 

28 








5 
10 
10 

10 

10 
5 



15 
5 
8 






10 
10 



No. 2076, a true specimen of the real and extremely rare Paliss-y ware, was 
originally purchased in a broken state at Paris, for twelve francs ! It was 
admirably restored here, but Mr. Bernal and other collectors in their discrimina- 
tion appear to have been equally at fault ; it was long on hand for sale at four 
pounds, and Mr. Bernal only purchased it at that price, after three months con- 
sideration. These matters are now better understood, and the day has passed 
when rarities of surpassing interest might be purchased for trifling sums. 



AND DELFT WARE. 



35 



2089 Marlborough House 6 

2090 Morant . .19 

2091 Annoot and Gale 17 

2092 Prof.Maconochie.Edin. 20 

2093 Annoot and Gale . 31 

2094 Henry T. Hope, M.P. 30 
2095-6 Alex. Barker, Esq. 25 

2097 Willson, Strand . 5 

2098 Marlborough House 31 

2099 Sam. Addington, Esq. 55 

2100 Baron A. de Rothschild 42 



74 
21 
220 
200 
52 
62 



2101 The same 

2102 Alex. Barker, Esq 

2103 The same 

2104 The same . 

2105 British Museum 

2106 The same 

2107 Re-catalogued in error 

2108 Marlborough House 10 

2109 The same 

2110 Chaffers 

2111 Marlborouffh House 

2112 James Bowker, Esq. 

2113 J. S. Forbes, Esq. 

2114 Marlborough House 
2115-16 Alex. Barker, Esq 

2117 J. S. Forbes, Esq. 

2118 Durlacher, Bond Street 6 

2119 British Museum 6 

2120 The same . 3 



20 
20 
40 
1 
6 
2 
6 
5 



10 

10 

10 









15 



















10 







6 



2 
15 







3 



2121 Morris Nathan 16 

2122 David Falcke . 11 

2123 Durlacher, Bond Street 5 

2124 Pratt, New Bond Street 12 



2125 Pratt, New Bond Street 9 

2126 Wetterhan, Paris 1 14 

2127 David Falcke . 1 15 

2128 Pratt, New Bond Street 18 

2129 W. Lake Price, Esq. 6 6 

2130 Pratt, New Bond Street 1 15 

2131 The same . 10 

2132 The same . 12 

2133 The same . 1 17 

2134 Wetterhan, Paris 12 

2135 Litchfield . 2 10 

2136 W. Lake Price, Esq. 5 15 

2137 David Falcke . 7 

2138 Pratt, New Bond Street 1 14 

2139 The same . 13 

2140 W. Lake Price, Esq. 7 7 

2141 Durlacher,Bond Street 2 2 

2142 Pratt, New Bond Street 2 

2143 Lord Londesborough 3 15 

2144 David Falcke . 4 4 

2145 Pratt, New Bond Street 1 

2146 Chaffers . . 5 15 

2147 Charles De Voeux, Esq. 2 12 6 

2148 S. Zimmerman 1 12 

2149 Pratt, New Bond Street 3 5 

2150 Durlacher, Bond Street 2 15 

2151 Litchfield . 19 

2152 S. Zimmerman . 8 5 

2153 Pratt, New Bond Street 3 15 

2154 S. Zimmerman . 6 10 

2155 Chaffers . 5 

2156 David Falcke . 2 

2157 S. Nathan , 11 10 

2158 F. 0. Beggi, M.D, 6 

2159 Marlborough House 12 



36 



ARMOUR AND ARMS. 



2160 
2161 
2162 
2163 
2164 
2165 
2166 
2167 
2168 
2169 
2170 
2171 
2172 
2173 
2174 
2175 
2176 

2177 
2178 
2179 
2180 
2181 
2182 
2183 
2184 
2185 
2186 
2187 
2188 
2189 
2190 
2191 
2192 
2193 
2194 



Lord Londesborough 4 5 

The same . 31 

Marlborough House 8 

Pratt, New Bond Street 3 10 

Chaffers . 10 

The same . 3 

Pratt, New Bond Street 16 

S. Nathan . 2 10 

Myers, Old Bond Street 5 5 

Marlborough House 9 5 

Marq.of Breadalbane 3 5 

David Falcke . 3 5 

Tower Armoury 8 10 

Pratt, New Bond Street 2 2 

Redfern, Warwick 8 10 

M arq. of Breadalbane 7 17 6 

The same . 11 U 

The same . 4 5 

The same . 6 10 

David Falcke . 3 10 

The same . 4 7 

Lord Londesborough 5 5 

Durlacher, Bond Street 1 13 

The same . 2 10 

Marlborough House 14 10 

Durlacher, Bond Street 10 6 

Lord Londesborough 10 

Richard Burchett, Esq. 4 15 

David Falcke . 5 12 6 

Pratt, New Bond Street 5 15 

Lord Londesborough 5 15 

Marlborough House 10 

F. Davis, Knightsbridge 3 5 

Daniel Falcke . 2 2 

Lord Londesborough 3 5 



2195 

2196 

2197 

2198 

2199 

2200 

2201 

2202 

2203 

2204 

2205 

2206 

2207 

2208 

2209 

2210 

2211 

2212 

2213 

2214 

2215 

2216 

2217 

2218 

2219 

2220 

2221 

2222 

2223 

2224 

2225 

2226 

2227 

2228 

2229 



Lord Londesborough 4 14 6 

Durlacher, Bond Street 4 4 

Lord Londesborough 3 5 

M arq. of Breadalbane 4 16 

Willson, Strand 2 2 

James James, Esq. 3 13 6 

The same . 5 15 

Lord Londesborough 3 5 

Durlacher, Bond Street 5 12 6 

Lord Londesborough 6 6 

David Falcke . 14 
Cecil D. Gardner, Esq. 110 

James James, Esq. 2 15 

Lord Londesborough 6 10 

The same . 5 15 

The same . 4 15 

Marlborough House 4 14 6 
Pratt, New Bond Street 676 

Durlacher, Bond Street 2 15 

David Falcke . 4 

Marlborough House 14 10 

Wetterhan, Paris . 2 12 6 

P. and Dom. Colnaghi 6 6 

Marlborough House 8 5 

The same , 30 

Col. T. B. Lawrence 2 13 

Marquis of Breadalbane 7 5 
Col. T. B. Lawrence .400 

David Falcke . 6 8 6 

Litchfield . 5 17 6 

Pratt, New Bond Street 2 10 

Morant . 8 

Litchfield . 13 

Myers, Old Bond Street 1 7 

Marlborough House 1 7 



STAINED GLASS. 



37 



2230 Marlborough House 4 10 

2231 The same . 5 5 

2232 The same . 8 10 

2233 The same . 4 

2234 The same . 15 

2235 Morant . . 3 10 

2236 Myers, Old Bond Street 4 5 

2237 Marlborough House 4 10 

2238 The same . 15 10 

2239 Purnell B. Purnell, Esq. 3 

2240 Annoot and Gale 3 15 

2241 Pratt, New Bond Street 1 13 

2242 Annoot and Gale 111 6 

2243 Chaffers . . 1 11 6 

2244 Pratt, New Bond Street 3 

2245 Lord Londesborough 10 10 

2246 The same . 53 1 1 

2247 The same . 20 

2248 The same . 50 

2249 Woodgate . 4 4 

2250 John Swaby, Esq. 7 15 

2251 Pratt, New Bond Street 1 1 

2252 Cecil D. Gardner, Esq. 4 16 

2253 Tower Armoury . 8 10 

2254 Litchfield . 15 

2255 Baron J. de Rothschild 37 

2256 Baron A. de Rothschild 33 

2257 The same . 35 

2258 The same . 26 

2259 Marlborough House 8 5 

2260 The same . 4 15 
2261-64 The same . 50 

2265 The same . 97 

2266 John Swaby, Esq. 26 

2267 Purnell B. Purnell, Esq. 8 10 



2268 Baron S. de Rothschild 20 

2269 Marlborough House 14 

2270 The same . 32 

2271 The same , 10 

2272 G. and H. Watson 8 

2273 Haines, Grosv. Str. West 3 15 

2274 Purnell B. Purnell, Esq. 7 5 

2275 Haines, Grosv. Str. West 2 15 



2276 

2277 
2278 
2279 
2280 
2281 
2282 
2283 
2284 
2285 
2286 
2287 
2288 
2289 
2290 
2291 
2292 
2293 
2294 
2295 
2296 
2297 
2298 
2299 
2300 
2301 



Richard Burchett, Esq. 1 
Marlborough House 1 1 

The same . 15 

Charles De Voeux, Esq. 2 
Pratt, New Bond Street 2 
Woods . , 

Pratt, New Bond Street 1 
Woods . . 4 

The same . 3 

Marq. of Breadalbane 3 
Woodgate . 3 

The same . 8 

The same . 6 

Marq. of Breadalbane 5 
S. Nathan . 7 

The same . 3 

Pratt, New Bond Street 5 
W. Lake Price, Esq. 4 
Durlacher, Bond Street 7 
Woods . . 3 

Marq. of Breadalbane 2 
Richard Burchett, Esq. 3 
Marq. of Breadalbane 2 
Pratt, New Bond Street 2 

The same . 2 

Marq. of Breadalbane 1 



14 
10 
10 

15 
2 

14 





5 
15 

2 6 
15 
10 
15 
15 

14 6 



15 
8 

3 
12 6 

1 

6 
18 



38 



ARMOUR AND ARMS. 



2302 Tower Armoury 3 


18 





2337 


Lord Londesborough 


37 








2303 The same . 1 


8 





2338 


Cecil D. Gardner, Esq. 


7 








2304 Pratt, New Bond Street 4 


10 





2339 


Marlborough House 


14 


10 





2305 Lord Londesborough 6 


6 





2340 


The same 


13 


10 





2306 Sir H. H. Campbell 4 


10 





2341 


Tower Armoury 


6 








2307 Cecil D. Gardner, Esq. 3 








2342 


Purnell B. Purnell, Esq 


.4 


16 





2308 Pratt, New Bond Street 2 








2343 


Tower Armoury 


5 


12 


6 


2309 Lord Londesborough 15 


10 





2344 


Richard Burchett, Esq. 


4 








2310 The same . 12 


5 





2345 


Woodgate . 


3 


14 





2311 The same • 26 








2346 


Litchfield 


3 


14 





2312 Myers, Old Bond Str. 1 


1 





2347 


Tower Armoury 


7 


15 





2313 Woodgate . . 


12 





2348 


Purnell B. Purnell, Esq 


.5 


15 





2314 S. Nathan . 2 


10 





2349 


Cecil D. Gardner, Esq. 





7 





2315 Pratt, New Bond Street 2 


18 





2350 Tower Armoury 


5 








2316 Cecil D. Gardner, Esq. 1 


18 





2351 


The same . 


3 


18 





2317 Marq. of Breadalbane 4 








2352 


Marlborough House 


12 


10 





2318 The same . 3 


3 





2353 


Tower Armoury 


7 


15 





2319 W. Lake Price, Esq. 14 








2354 


Marlborough House 


15 








2320 Pratt, New Bond Street 1 


15 





2355 


Annoot and Gale 


1 


16 





2321 Marlborough House 9 








2356 


Marlborough House 


3 


5 





2322 Pratt, New Bond Street 3 


3 





2357 


Pratt, New Bond Street 


2 


12 





2323 Woodgate . . 3 


15 





2358 


Marlborough House 


9 


5 





2324 Lord Londesborough 5 








2359 


Tower Armoury 


2 


18 





2325 Marq. of Breadalbane 4 


15 





2360 


Wetterhan, Paris 


2 


18 





2326 Tower Armoury 4 


6 





2361 


Tower Armoury 


5 


5 





2327 Octavius E. Coope, Esq. 7 


10 





2362 


Marq. of Breadalbane 


4 


15 





2328 Woods . . 4 


10 





2363 


The same 


3 


10 





2329 Marq. of Breadalbane 7 


10 





2364 


Redfern, Warwick 


3 


15 





2330 The same . 7 








2365 


Morant 


2 


10 





2331 The same . 7 


5 





2366 


Tower Armoury 


2 


11 





2332 The same . 8 


15 





2367 


The same 


5 








2333 Cecil D. Gardner, Esq. 2 


15 





2368 


Durlacher, Bond Street 


7 


10 





2334 Durlacher, Bond Street 6 


12 


6 


2369 


Tower Armoury 


8 


5 





2335 Tower Armoury 6 


10 





2370 


F. O. Beggi, M.D. 


2 


6 





2336 The same . 20 


10 





2371 


Tower Armoury 


5 









ARMOUR AND ARMS. 



39 



2372 Durlacher, Bond Street 2 


4 





2406 Marq. of Breadalbane 5 


5 





2373 Pratt, New Bond Street 3 


3 





2407 Cecil D. Gardner, Esq. 2 


10 





2374 Willson, Strand . 


4 








2408 The same . 1 


4 





2375 Marlborough House 


19 








2409 Pratt, New Bond Street 3 








2376 The same 


8 








2410 Litchfield . . 5 


5 





2377 Annoot and Gale 


3 


5 





2411 Pratt, New Bond Street 


10 


6 


2378 Woodgate . 


12 


12 





2412 The same . 1 


11 


6 


2379 Annoot and Gale . 


7 


15 





2413 The same . 6 








2379*Richard Burchett, Esq 


2 


4 





2414 The same . 2 


2 





2380 The same 


3 








2415 Marq. of Breadalbane 36 








2381 Myers, Old Bond Str. 


1 


6 





2416 Pratt, New Bond Street 3 


7 


6 


2382 Lord Londesborough 


1 


11 


6 


2417 The same . 4 


4 





2383 Col. T. B. Lawrence 


1 


16 





2418 Tower Armoury 4 


4 





2384 Lord Londesborough 


8 


15 





2419 S. Nathan . 3 


3 





2385 Tower Armoury 


11 








2420 Lord Londesborough 155 








2386 Lord Londesborough 


56 








2421 Richard Burchett, Esq. 4 


5 





2387 Morant 


3 








2422 Tower Armoury 5 


12 


6 


2388 British Museum 


15 








2423 The same . 7 


10 





2389 Col. Sibthorp, M.P. 


32 








2424 The same . 2 


3 





2390 Pratt, New Bond Street 8 


10 





2425 The same . 1 


1 





2391 Marq. of Breadalbane 


4 


16 





2426 Morant . 12 


12 





2392 The same 


11 


10 





2427 Cecil D. Gardner, Esq. 1 


15 





2393 Tower Armoury 


2 


3 





2428 Pratt, New Bond Street 4 


6 





2394 The same 


IS 


2 


6 


2429 Marlborough House 21 








2395 Lord Londesborough 


6 


5 





2430 W. Lake Price, Esq. 4 


6 





2396 The same 


7 


7 





2431 Marq. of Breadalbane 47 


5 





2397 Woods 


5 


15 





2432 Pratt, New Bond Street 24 


3 





2398 Tower Armoury 


4 


2 


6 


2433 The same . 8 


5 





2399 Marq. of Breadalbane 

2400 Richard Burchett, Esq 


2 


8 











. 3 


15 





2434 S. Nathan . 6 


6 





2401 Marquisof Breadalbane 2 


2 





2435 The same . 2 


18 





2402 Pratt, New Bond Street 1 


11 


6 


2436 The same . 4 


15 





2403 Tower Armoury 


3 


5 





2437 Woodgate . 2 


12 





2404 The same 


20 








2438 Marlborough House 2 


12 


6 


2405 The same . 


21 








2439 Pratt, New Bond Street 4 


2 






40 



ARMOUR AND ARMS. 



19 
1 
3 
2 

1 
3 
3 



2440 S. Zimmerman 

2441 Willson, Strand 

2442 S. Nathan 

2443 S. Zimmerman 

2444 Willson, Strand 

2445 The same . 

2446 Redfern, Warwick 

2447 Pratt, New Bond Street 1 

2448 The same . 2 

2449 The same . 2 
2449*Woodgate . 3 

2450 Pratt, New Bond Street 10 

2451 Marlborough House 18 

2452 Woodgate . 4 

2453 Lord Londesborough 28 

2454 Octavius E. Coope, Esq. 7 

2455 Pratt, New Bond Street 3 

2456 Tower Armoury 2 

2457 Octavius E. Coope, Esq. 8 

2458 Marlborough House 10 

2459 David Falcke . 6 

2460 Tower Armoury 4 

2461 S. Zimmerman . 5 

2462 Pratt, New Bond Street 3 

2463 Cecil D. Gardner, Esq. 3 

2464 Roussel, Paris 13 
2464*Willson, Strand 3 

2465 Cecil D. Gardner, Esq. 2 

2466 Pratt, New Bond Street 3 

1 
3 
4 
3 
4 
3 



2467 The same 

2468 Tower Armoury 

2469 Marq. of Breadalbane 

2470 Marlborough House 

2471 Woodgate . 

2472 Marq. of Breadalbane 





4 

18 

7 

15 

12 

13 

17 

15 

2 


10 



4 

10 

10 

17 6 

4 

15 

10 



4 
10 

3 


10 

11 

15 
3 

16 

5 
10 
10 
16 

3 



2473 Charles Lamb, Esq. 3 12 6 

2474 Tower Armoury . 3 

2475 The same . 19 

2476 Banting, St. James Str. 2 2 

2477 Pratt, New Bond Street 4 6 

2478 Woodgate . .460 

2479 Cecil D. Gardner, Esq. 4 4 

2480 Marq. of Breadalbane 4 4 

2481 Octavius E. Coope, Esq. 6 10 

2482 Pratt, New Bond Street 2 4 

2483 Marq. of Breadalbane 4 10 

2484 Marlborough House 10 

2485 Lord Londesborough 20 

2486 Tower Armoury 6 15 

2487 Marq. of Breadalbane 2 7 

2488 Marlborough House 13 10 

2489 Pratt, New Bond Street 2 12 6 

2490 Alex. Barker, Esq. 16 10 

2491 Pratt, New Bond Street 3 4 

2492 Cecil D. Gardner, Esq. 3 18 

2493 Woodgate . .500 

2494 Richard Burchett, Esq. 9 

2495 Lord Londesborough 21 

2496 Woodgate . .220 

2497 Col. T. B. Lawrence 2 2 

2498 Litchfield . . 6 10 

2499 Pratt, New Bond Street 9 

2500 Lord Londesborough 16 

2501 Col. T. B. Lawrence 2 2 

2502 Litchfield . .400 

2503 Marlborough House 10 10 

2504 Litchfield . . 5 

2505 Woodgate . 3 

2506 The same . 4 10 

2507 The same . 3 3 



ARMOUR AND ARMS. 



41 



2508 Litchfield . . 4 10 

2509 Lord Londesborough 8 
'2510 Pratt, New Bond Street 6 

2511 Tower Armoury 6 10 

2512 Alexander Barker, Esq. 13 10 

2513 The same . 610 

2514 Lord Londesborough 11 

2515 Sam. Addmgton, Esq. 7 

2516 Pratt, New Bond Street 1 1 

2517 Colonel Sibthorp, M.P. 5 10 

2518 Pratt, New Bond Street 4 

2519 Tower Armoury . 7 7 

2520 Marlborough House 5 
2551 The same . 8 10 

2522 The same . 4 

2523 John D. Gardner, Esq. 113 

2524 Litchfield . . 2 16 
2524*Pratt, New Bond Street 4 2 

2525 Redfern, Warwick 4 4 

2526 S. Nathan . 16 

2527 Pratt, New Bond Street 1 16 

2528 Wetterhan, Paris 4 17 6 

2529 Lord Londesborough 25 

2530 Tower Armoury 5 10 

2531 John D. Gardner, Esq. 3 3 

2532 Annoot and Gale 7 10 

2533 Pratt, New Bond Street 5 2 6 

2534 John D. Gardner, Esq. 110 

2535 The same . 2 10 

2536 Litchfield . 4 12 6 

2537 Marq.ofBreadalbane 3 3 

2538 Litchfield . 4 17 6 

2539 Pratt, New Bond Street 1 10 

2540 The same , 2 12 

2541 Hancock, Bond Street 15 



6 2 



2542 Lord Londesborough 15 10 

2543 The same . 13 

2544 Marq.ofBreadalbane 1 15 

2545 Colonel Sibthorp, M.P. 2 10 

2546 The same . 6 10 

2547 Wetterhan, Paris . 13 

2548 Lord Londesborough 11 

2549 Alexander Barker,Esq. 13 2 6 

2550 Annoot and Gale 5 

2551 Sam. Addington, Esq. 16 

2552 Annoot and Gale 3 15 

2553 The same . 3 15 

2554 Marq.ofBreadalbane 2 15 O 

2555 Willson, Strand 

2556 Marq. of Breadalbane 8 

2557 Morris Nathan , 9 

2558 Marq. of Breadalbane 5 

2559 S. Zimmerman . 21 

2560 Col. Sibthorp, M.P. 15 

2561 Roussel, Paris . 1 

2562 Annoot and Gale 4 

2563 S. Zimmerman » 6 

2564 Annoot and Gale 2 

2565 Sam. Addington, Esq. 9 

2566 Alexander Barker, Esq. 6 

2567 Annoot and Gale . 5 

2568 Marq, of Breadalbane 5 

2569 Todd . . 1 

2570 Litchfield . 1 

2571 Marq.ofBreadalbane 9 

2572 The same . 7 

2573 The same . 26 

2574 W. Lake Price, Esq. 6 

2575 Willson, Strand . 7 

2576 W. Lake Price, Esq. 4 

F 





8 



15 6 

10 

10 

18 

15 

10 



10 

15 
10 
10 

8 

16 


10 



5 

2 6 

14 6 



42 



ARMOUR AND ARMS. 



2577 HertZjMarlboroughStr.lO 

2578 Colonel Sibthorp, M.P. 4 10 

2579 The same . 2 12 

2580 Morris Nathan 1 

2581 The same . 1 

2582 Colonel SibthorpjM. P. 11 

2583 Charles Lamb, Esq. 3 

2584 Annoot and Gale 7 



2 
16 
15 

7 





2585 

2586 

2587 

2588 

2589 

2590 

2591 

2592 

2593 

2594 

2595 

2596 

2597 

2598 

2599 

2600 

2601 

2602 

2603 

2604 

2605 

2G06 

2607 

2608 

2609 

2610 



O. Bourne, Esq. 

Pratt, New Bond Street 

Russell 

Pratt, New Bond Street 

The same 
Litchfield 
Pratt, New Bond Street 

The same . 

The same 
Octavius E. Coope,Esq. 
Pratt, New Bond Street 
Sam. Addington, Esq. 
Russell . 

The same . 
Hull, Wardour Street 
Marq. of Breadalbane 
Pratt, New Bond Street 
Woodgate 
Tower x\rmoury 
Pratt, New Bond Street 

The same 
Octavius E. Coope,Esq. 
Pratt, New Bond Street 
Sam. Addington, Esq. 
O. Bourne, Esq. 
Pratt, New Bond Street 







6 










14 

1 2 
10 6 
13 
12 

2 6 

1 13 
2 
17 
5 2 6 

5 




6 

6 



10 
2 8 

11 
2 
2 12 6 
2 10 

1 10 
1 15 

1 11 
5 5 
6 

2 5 



2611 Marlborough House 5 15 

2612 Litchfield . 16 

2613 Lord Londesborough 6 5 

2614 Pratt, New Bond Street 5 5 

2615 The same . 4 15 

2616 Tower Armoury . 7 15 

2617 Pratt, New Bond Street 4 

2618 F. Davis,Knightsbridge 5 

2619 The same . 4 4 

2620 S. Nathan . 8 15 

2621 Lord Londesborough 17 5 

2622 Tower Armoury . 5 15 

2623 F. Davis, Knightsbridge 6 2 

2624 Marlborough House 5 15 

2625 Pratt, New Bond Street 2 16 

2626 Tower Armoury . 8 15 

2627 Pratt, New Bond Street 4 10 

2628 Woodgate . 4 4 

2629 F.Davis, Knightsbridge 2 

2630 Webb . . 18 10 

2631 Marlborough House 21 

2632 Charles Lamb, Esq. 2 2 

2633 Woodgate . 2 2 

2634 F.Davis, Knightsbridge 1 16 

2635 British Museum 60 

2636 Marlborough House 49 10 

2637 Pratt, New Bond Street 6 2 

2638 P. Davis, Knightsbridge 5 5 

2639 Marlborough House 6 15 

2640 Woodgate . 5 5 

2641 F.Davis, Knightsbridge 5 5 

2642 The same . 6 12 

2643 W. Lake Price, Esq. 6 17 

2644 The same . 8 8 

2645 Pratt, New Bond Street 7 5 



ARMOUR AND ARMS. 



43 



2646 Pratt, New Bond Street 3 

2647 W. Lake Price, Esq. 4 12 6 

2648 Lord Londesborough 9 2 6 

2649 Marlborough House 12 10 

2650 Tower Armoury . 30 10 

2651 F. Davis, Knightsbridge 5 12 6 

2652 Woodgate . 2 8 

2653 Pratt, New Bond Street 2 

2654 F. Davis, Knightsbridge 5 5 

2655 The same . 14 

2656 W. Lake Price, Esq. 8 

2657 Woodgate . 4 10 

2658 Pratt, New Bond Street 5 10 

2659 The same . 4 4 

2660 Alexander, Esq. 8 5 

2661 Lord Londesborough 7 7 

2662 Willson, Strand . 12 

2663 Pratt, New Bond Street 5 10 

2664 W. Lake Price, Esq. 7 

2665 Wetterhan, Paris 12 

2666 Woodgate . 6 

2667 Pratt, New Bond Street 4 4 

2668 F.Davis,Knightsbridgell 

2669 Octavius E. Coope, Esq. 5 15 

2670 Alexander, Esq. 9 5 

2671 Marlborough House 10 

2672 SirH. H. Campbell 11 15 

2673 W. Lake Price, Esq. 6 10 

2674 The same . 10 15 

2675 Marlborough House 107 

2676 T. M. Whitehead, Esq. 115 

2677 Pratt, New Bond Street 10 

2678 Lord Londesborough 3 12 

2679 Alexander Barker, Esq. 4 14 6 

2680 W. Lake Price, Esq. 2 8 



2681 Marlborough House 7 

2682 Pratt, New Bond Street 

2683 The same . 2 

2684 Octavius E. Coope, Esq. 1 

2685 Redfern, Warwick 1 

2686 W. Lake Price, Esq. 3 

2687 Tower Armoury 2 

2688 Marlborough House 8 

2689 Pratt, New Bond Street 2 

2691 Marlborough House 5 

2692 Andr. Fountaine, Esq. 27 

2693 Pratt, New Bond Street 3 

2694 Litchfield . 4 

2695 Pratt, New Bond Street 4 

2696 The same . 3 

2697 Litchfield . 4 

2698 Tower Armoury . 53 

2699 Pratt, New Bond Street 4 

2700 Litchfield . 4 

2701 Tower Armoury 28 

2702 Pratt,New Bond Street 12 

2703 Marq. of Breadalbane 9 

2704 Pratt, New Bond Street 5 

2705 No name . 1 

2706 Woodgate . 3 

2707 Pratt, New Bond Streets 

2708 Litchfield . 5 
2708*Pratt, New Bond Street 1 
2709-14 Lord Londesbo- 
rough . . 315 

2715 Marq. of Breadalbane 157 

2716 The same . 102 

2717 Tower Armoury 116 

2 7 18 Marq. of Breadalbane 71 









10 


6 


17 


6 


15 





14 











5 





15 





2 





15 











3 





6 





4 





17 


6 
































10 





19 


6 








3 











10 











10 











10 





18 





11 





8 






44 



VENETIAN AND GERMAN GLASS. 



2719 Marlborough House 


2 


15 





2754 


Chaffers . 1 


13 





2720 The same 


7 








2755 


Felix Slade, Esq. 3 


3 





2721 British Museum 


2 


15 





2756 


Geo. S. Nicholson, Esq. 1 


13 





2722 Marlborough House 


7 








2757 


Marlborough House 1 


10 





2723 Purnell B. Purnell, Esq 


.1 


6 





2758 


Wedderburne . 1 


5 





2724 Durlacher, Bond Street 


i 2 


15 





2759 


Octavius E. Coope, Esq. 2 


5 





2725 Octavius E. Coope,Esq 


.3 


10 





2760 Prince Pierre Soltykoff, 






2726 Marlborough House 


3 










Paris . 11 








2727 The same 


5 








2761 Octavius E. Coope, Esq. 2 


10 





2728 Martin T. Smith, M.P. 


7 








2762 


Purnell B. Purnell, Esq. 2 


5 





2729 Baron G.de Rothschild 54 








2763 


Durlacher, Bond Street 1 


5 





2730 Felix Slade, Esq. 


4 








2764 Wedderburne 1 


10 





2731 The same 


8 








2765 


Felix Slade, Esq. 16 


10 





2732 The same 


38 








2766 


Marlborough House 1 








2733 Marlborough House 


17 








2767 Wetterhan, Paris 2 


5 





2734 British Museum 


20 


10 





2768-9 David Falcke 10 


15 





2735 Fehx Slade, Esq. 


22 


10 





2770 


Marlborough House 1 


4 





2736 BaronS.de Rothschild 11 


10 





2771 


Rhodes . 1 


15 





2737 David Falcke 


1 








2772 


Marlborough House 2 


2 





2738 Marlborough House 


4 








2773 


The same . 


10 


6 


2739 The same 


6 


15 





2774 


Geo. S. Nicholson, Esq. 5 


5 





2740 Clarke 


1 


6 





2775 


Marlborough House 2 


2 





2741 British Museum 


4 


15 





2776 


British Museum 11 








*i742 Linton . 


1 


1 





2777 


Wedderburne . 1 


1 





2743 Chaffers 


3 


12 





2778 


Chaffers . 1 


11 





2744 David Falcke 


4 








2779 


The same . 


13 





2745 Marlborough Mouse 


5 








2780 


Octavius E. Coope, Esq. 3 


3 





5746 The same 


20 








2781 


F. Davis, Knightsbridge 


18 





2747 The same . 


2 


5 





2782 


British Museum 1 


9 





2748 British Museum 


2 


10 





2783 


Durlacher,Bond Street 10 


10 





2749 Felix Slade, Esq. 


10 


10 





2784 


Felix Slade, Esq. 35 








2750 Octavius E. Coope, Esq. 3 


3 





2785 


Woodgate . 3 


10 





2751 The same 


2 








2786 


Richard S. White, Esq. 


18 





2752 Linton 


1 


9 





2787 Marlborough House 8 


5 





2753 OctaviusE.Coope, Esq. 3 


3 





2788 


The same . 9 









VENETIAN AND GERMAN GLASS. 



45 



2789 Marlborough House 3 

2790 Sir H. H. Campbell 4 

2791 Marlborough House 10 10 

2792 Martin T. Smith, M.P. 21 

2793 Marlborough House 13 

2794 British Museum 8 

2795 Durlacher, Bond Street 5 10 

2796 Marlborough House 3 5 

2797 Annoot and Gale 2 12 

2798 British Museum 5 

2799 The same . 3 

2800 Wedderburne . 2 2 

2801 Octavius E.Coope,Esq. 1 10 

2802 Morris Nathan 1 14 

2803 Marlborough House 2 3 

2804 Fehx Slade, Esq. 10 10 

2805 Sir H. H.Campbell 3 10 

2806 Marlborough House 16 5 

2807 British Museum 9 15 

2808 The same . 8 5 

2809 Felix Slade, Esq. 12 
2810-11 Gale, High Holborn 10 

2812 Marlborough House 3 5 

2813 The same . 3 

2814 The same . 3 

2815 F.Davis, KnightsbridgeO 7 

2816 Wedderburne . 17 

2817 Marlborough House 4 

2818 Felix Slade, Esq. 12 2 

2819 Marlborough House 10 

2820 FeUx Slade, Esq. 1 2 
2821-22 Chaffers . 10 

2823 Marks, Oxford Street 1 6 

2824 Richard S. White, Esq. 1 5 

2825 S. Nathan . 2 2 




































6 





















6 















2826 Marlborough House 4 

2827 Rev. W. Pigott . 

2828 The same , 

2829 G. and H. Watson 1 

2830 Rev. W. Pigott 1 

2831 Marlborough House 4 

2832 Fehx Slade, Esq. 6 

2833 Richard S. White, Esq. 2 

2834 Colonel Sibthorp, M.P. 2 

2835 Eev. W. Pigott 1 

2836 The same . 1 

2837 Purnell B. Purnell, Esq. 1 

2838 Martin T. Smith, M.P. 21 

2839 Marlborough House 20 

2840 Baron G.de Rothschild 19 

2841 BaronA.de Rothschild 9 

2842 British Museum 2 

2843 The same . 3 

2844 Marlborough House 8 

2845 Marq. of Breadalbane 7 

2846 Durlacher, Bond Street 3 

2847 The same 

2848 British Museum 

2849 Marlborough House 

2850 Rev. W. Pigott 

2851 Marlborough House 

2852 Marq. of Breadalbane 

2853 Felix Slade, Esq. 

2854 British Museum 

2855 Felix Slade, Esq. 

2856 David Falcke 

2857 British Museum 

2858 Gale, High Holborn 

2859 Purnell B. Purnell, Esq. 

2860 Marlborough House 5 



10 

7 
9 
2 
1 
2 
4 

3 
3 

10 
4 






12 

14 
11 6 
11 






10 

17 

1 

3 





10 



5 



10 





15 

2 
15 



7 



5 

5 

4 
7 

18 
10 



46 



GERMAN AND VENETIAN GLASS. 



2861 Marlborough House 


1 


13 





2862 Chaffers 


10 


2 


6 


2863 British Museum 


7 


5 





2864 The same 


4 


15 





2865 The same . 


5 








2866 The same 


9 








2867 Marq. of Breadalbane 


7 








2868 British Museum 


4 


10 





2869 The same 


16 








2870 F. L. Pophara, Esq. 


7 








2871 British Museum 


2 


5 





2872 Colonel Sibthorp, M.F 


.3 


3 





2873 Marq. of Breadalbane 


4 


4 





2874 Colonel Sibthorp, M.P 


.5 


15 





2875 British Museum . 


1 


10 





2876 Annoot and Gale 


2 








2877 PurnellB.Purnell,Esq, 


29 


8 





2878 Marlborough House 


3 


15 





2879 Sam. Addington, Esq. 


14 


10 





2880 Marlborough House 


12 


10 





2881 British Museum 


14 








2882 The same 


3 

. 2 


3 

8 






2883 PurnellB.Purnell,Esq 


2884 Charles S. Bale, Esq. 


1 


2 





2885 Gale, High Holborn 





12 





2886 PurnellB.PurnelljEsq. 


1 


16 





2887 Marlborough House 


4 








2888 The same 


2 








2889 Woodgate 





19 





2890 Richard S. White Esq. 





16 





2891 Sir Charles R. Price 


i 


10 





2892 David Falcke 





10 





2893 Marlborough House 


11 








2894 The same 


1 


1 






2895 Richard S. White, Esq. 1 12 

2896 John D. Gardner, Esq. 4 15 

2897 Captain Robson . 13 

2898 Marlborough House 4 

2899 Morant . 11 

2900 Marlborough House 17 

2901 British Museum 18 

2902 Charles S. Bale, Esq. 5 

2903 The same . 2 10 

2904 Marlborough House 33 

2905 The same . 36 

2906 Gale, High Holborn 2 12 6 

2907 Chaffers . .440 

2908 The same . 3 

2909 British Museum 3 15 

2910 The same . 5 10 

2911 The same . 7 

2912 Baron G. de Rothschild 4 10 

2913 Annoot and Gale 4 15 

2914 Lady Carington 4 5 

2915 Fehx Slade, Esq. 5 5 

2916 The same . 4 15 

2917 Samuel Addington, Esq. 2 15 

2918 John D. Gardner, Esq. 2 17 

2919 Durlacher, Bond Street 2 15 

2920 Marlborough House 2 2 

2921 The same . 15 

2922 Wedderburne 16 

2923 Marlborough House 7 10 

2924 John D. Gardner, Esq. 3 18 

2925 British Museum 10 

2926 Felix Slade, Esq. 18 

2927 Marlborough House 2 10 

2928 The same . 8 

2929 Richard S, White, Esq. 2 7 



GERMAN AND VENETIAN GLASS. 



47 



2930 British Museum 4 

2931 John D. Gardner, Esq. 3 

2932 Marlborough House 8 

2933 British Museum 12 

2934 FeHx Slade, Esq. 17 

2935 Durlacher, Bond Street 1 



2936 FeHx Slade, Esq. 


55 


2937 British Museum 


3 


2938 Thomas 


2 


2939 Carr 





2940 David Falcke 


3 


2941 Rhodes . 





2942 British Museum 


1 


2943 Annoot and Gale 


15 


2944 Charles S. Bale, Esq. 


3 


2945 Sir H. H. Campbell 


9 


2946 Chaffers . 


3 


2947 Felix Slade, Esq. 


6 


2948 John D. Gardner, Esq 


. 1 


2949 Chaffers 


1 


2950 British Museum 


5 


2951 Wedderburne 


1 


2952 Fehx Slade, Esq. 


9 


2953 Marlborough House 


6 



15 





15 











10 





10 





8 











5 





8 





14 











10 


6 


1 























10 





10 





13 





11 

1 p: 


6 
n 



2954 Octavius E. Coope, Esq. 1 

2955 Felix Slade, Esq. 21 

2956 The same . 6 

2957 Marlborough House 12 

2958 Martin T. Smith, M.P. 14 

2959 Marlborough House 7 

2960 Charles S. Bale, Esq. 12 

2961 Marlborough House 4 

2962 Sam. Addington, Esq. 11 

2963 Marlborough House 1 

2964 Chaffers . 12 



15 





1 











15 





18 











5 





10 





5 





5 





10 





4 





11 





1 












2965 Charles S. Bale, Esq. 12 

2966 Sam. Addington, Esq. 12 12 

2967 British Museum 4 

2968 Marlborough House 4 10 

2969 Charles S. Bale, Esq. 5 10 

2970 Marlborough House 4 

2971 British Museum 6 10 

2972 Marlborough House 11 

2973 OctaviusE. Coope, Esq. 3 

2974 Marlborough House 3 3 

2975 The same . 3 7 

2976 Richard S. White, Esq. 110 

2977 Marlborough House 13 10 

2978 The same . 5 5 

2979 The same . 5 5 

2980 Annoot and Gale 2 2 

2981 Baron S. de Rothschild 10 10 

2982 John D.Gardner, Esq. 17 

2983 The same . 11 10 

2984 The same . 11 10 

2985 The same . 11 

2986 OctaviusE.Coope,Esq. 10 

2987 Sir H. H. Campbell 5 10 

2988 Charles S. Bale, Esq. 12 12 

2989 Felix Slade, Esq. 30 10 

2990 Charles Skipper, Esq. 2 6 

2991 The same . 3 15 
299-2 Marlborough House 5 5 

2993 The same . 10 5 

2994 Charles S. Bale, Esq. 3 10 

2995 Sir H. H. Campbell 5 

2996 Sam. Addington, Esq. 2 5 

2997 John D. Gardner, Esq. 2 10 

2998 Russell . 81 

2999 The same . 37 



48 



DELFT AND COLOGNE WARES. 



3000 King,Woodstock Street 19 

3001 Russell . . 30 

3002 Marlborough House 12 

3003 Baron G. deRothschild 53 

3004 Baron A .deRothschild 1 1 

3005 Richards. White, Esq. 1 

3006 Annoot and Gale 2 

3007 Marlborough House 2 

3008 The same . 2 

3009 The same . 8 

3010 Colonel Sibthorp, M.P. 3 

3011 Marlborough House 2 

3012 The same . 3 

3013 Geological Museum 6 

3014 Wedderburne 2 

3015 Marq. of Breadalbane 1.5 

3016 British Museum 4 

3017 David Falcke 4 

3018 Captain Robson 2 

3019 British Museum 10 

3020 Marlborough House 4 

3021 Gale, High Holborn 1 

3022 Wedderburne . 

3023 British Museum . 1 

3024 Marlborough House 9 

3025 British Museum . 4 

3026 Sam. Addington, Esq. 11 

3027 British Museum . 3 

3028 Marlborough House 3 

3029 British Museum . 3 

3030 David Falcke . 1 

3031 Gale, High Holborn 1 

3032 Marlborough House 6 

3033 Wedderburne . 1 

3034 David Falcke . 25 



19 











10 











10 





5 











o 





2 





10 





3 





10 





10 





15 





2 





10 























5 





7 





1 






3035 Marlborough House 4 15 

3036 British Museum 21 10 

3037 The same . 10 10 

3038 Marlborough House 4 4 

3039 British Museum 5 5 

3040 The same . 10 10 

3041 The same . 44 10 

3042 Marq. of Breadalbane 10 10 



19 





4 











10 











3 





3 





3 





14 





15 











17 












3043 
3044 
3045 
3046 
3047 
3048 
3049 
3050 
3051 
3052 
3053 
3054 
3055 
3056 
3057 
3058 
3059 
3060 
3061 
3062 
3063 
3064 
3065 
3066 
3067 
3068 



Octavius E. Coope, Esq. 1 
Baron A. de Rothschild 10 
Octavius E. Coope, Esq.O 

The same . 

Purnell B. Purnell, Esq. 1 
Octavius E. Coope, Esq. 

The same . 

Felix Slade, Esq. 4 

Marlborough House 9 
Octavius E. Coope, Esq. 1 

The same . 

Purnell B. Purnell, Esq. 4 
Durlacher, Bond Street 
Baron S. de Rothschild 2 
Marlborough Flouse 5 

The same . 6 

Octavius E. Coope, Esq. 1 
Marlborough House 5 
Sam. Addington, Esq. 13 
Captain Robson . 3 
David Falcke . 6 

Gale, High Holborn 1 
Captain Robson 3 

Marq. of Breadalbane 3 



13 
10 
10 
10 

1 

10 

14 
10 



7 
10 

4 

10 



10 

10 

10 

10 


10 
10 

1 

8 

15 
15 



Octavius E. Coope, Esq. 1 
David Falcke . 3 13 6 



GERMAN AND VENETIAN GLASS. 



49 



3069 David Falcke . 


14 





3104 


Octavius E. Coope, Es( 


1.3 








30/0 Marlborough House 2 


2 





3105 


Annoot and Gale 


3 


15 





3071 The same . 9 


10 





3106 


David Falcke 


1 


6 





3072 Holl. Magniac, Esq. 25 








3107 Marlborough House 


4 


10 





3073 Gale, High Holborn 1 


12 





3103 


David Falcke 










3074 Baron A. de Rothschild 8 








3109 


Marlborough House 




10 





3075 The same . 15 


15 





3110 


Richard S. White, Esq, 




18 





3076 The same . 13 








3111 


Purnell B. Purnell, Esq 


. 1 


3 





3077 Rhodes . . 8 








3112 


Annoot and Gale . 




18 


6 


3078 David Falcke . 7 








3113 


David Falcke . 


4 


4 





3079 Marq. of Hreadalbane 11 








3114 


The same 


3 








3080 Felix Slade, Esq. 2 


10 





3115 


Felix Slade, Esq. 


14 


10 





3081 King, Woodstock Street 6 


5 





3116 


David Falcke 


2 


10 





3082 The same . 20 








3117 


Marlborough House 


2 


15 





3083 Baron J. de Rothschild 16 


10 





3118 


Sam. Addington, Esq. 


4 


12 


6 


3084 King, Woodstock Street 17 








3119 


Marlborough House 


3 


13 


6 


3085 British Museum 25 


10 





3120 


David Falcke . 


2 


10 





3086 Sir H. H. Campbell 5 


5 





3121 


Richard S. White, Esq 


2 


12 





3087 Octavius E. Coope, Esq. 1 


13 





3122 


Gale, High Holborn 





12 





3088 Baron A. de Rothschild 6 


5 





3123 


Durlacher, Bond Street 


5 








3089 David Falcke . 1 


11 


6 


3124 


Marlborough House 


9 


10 





3090 Octavius E. Coope, Esq. 3 


10 





3125 


Gale, High Holborn 


1 


5 





3091 The same . 2 


5 





3126 


The same 





12 





3092 The same . 3 


15 





3127 


David Falcke . 


3 


10 





3093 Durlacher, Bond Street 1 


10 





3128 


The same 


1 


1 





3094 Baron A. de Rothschild 17 


10 





3129 


British Museum 


8 


5 





3095 Octavius E. Coope, Esq. 5 








3130 


Annoot and Gale . 


16 








3096 Marlborough House 1 


11 


6 


3131 


Marlborough House 


9 


5 





3097 Richard S. White, Esq. 1 


4 





3132 


Baron S. de Rothschild 20 








3098 British Museum . 


19 





3133 


Annoot and Gale 


2 


10 





3099 Sir H. H. Campbell 4 


4 





3134 


The same 


12 








3100 Rhodes . . 


15 





3135 


Withdrawn. 








3101 Octavius E. Coope, Esq. 2 


5 





3136 


Sara. Addington, Esq. 


8 


15 





3102 British Museum . 3 


15 





3136*Marlborough House 


9 


5 





3103 Marlborough House 3 


10 





3137 


Annoot and Gale . 

G 


3 


15 






^0 



GERMAN AND VENETIAN GLASS. 



3138 Annoot and Gale . 15 10 

3139 T3ritish Museum 10 10 

3140 Octavius E. Coope, Esq. 5 5 

3141 Marlborough House 27 

3142 British Museum . 26 

3143 Marlborough House 9 10 

3144 Annoot and Gale . 8 10 o 

3145 Gale, High Holborn 3 10 
314G Annoot and Gale . 42 o 

3147 Marlborough House 21 

3148 Octavius E. Coope, Esq 4 4 

3149 Marlborough House G 10 

3150 Purnell B. Purnell, Esq. 4 

3151 Felix Slade, Esq. . 10 5 

3152 Marlborough House 2 5 

3153 Annoot and Gale . 3 5 

3154 Marlborough House 57 

3155 VVedderburne . 15 

3156 M. J, Higgins, Esq. 14 

3157 The same . 1116 

3158 Wedderburne . 17 

3159 M. J. Higgins, Esq. 3 15 

3160 Annoot and Gale 4 5 

3161 The same . 6 5 

3162 M. J. Higgins, Esq. 3 5 

3163 David Falcke . 3 

3164 Rhodes . 3 15 

3165 Redfern, Warwick . 10 

3166 David Falcke . 2 12 6 

3167 British Museum . 11 10 

3168 Marlborough House 5 10 

3169 The same . 4 15 

3170 British Museum 2 5 

3171 Purnell B. Purnell, Esq. 2 17 6 

3172 David Falcke . 5 5 



3173 
3174 
3175 
3176 

3177 

3178 

3179 

3180 

3181 

3182 

3183 

3184 

3185 

3186 

3187 

3188 

3189 

3190 

3191 

3192 

3193 

3194 

3195 

3196 

3197 

3198 

3199 

3200 

3201 

3202 

3203 

3204 

3205 

3206 

3207 



Purnell B. Purnell, Esq. 2 
Marq. of Breadalbane 9 
Purnell B. Purnell, Esq. 2 
British Museum . 

The same . 

The same 
Annoot and Gale 
British Museum 
Marlborough House 
British Museum 

The same 

The same . 
Gale, High Holborn 
British Museum 

The same 
Thomas Butler, Esq. 
Marlborough House 
M. J. Higgins, Esq. 
Marlborough House 
British Museum 
Wedderburne 
Thomas Butler, Esq. 



Marlborough House 
British Museum 
O. Bourne, Esq. . 
British Museum 
O. Bourne, Esq. . 
Marq. of Breadalbane 
Marlborough House 
Annoot and Gale 
British Museum 
David Falcke . 
Marlborough House 
Annoot and Gale 
British Museum . 



4 

7 

15 

19 

14 

4 

2 

2 
9 

5 
2 
1 
2 
1 
2 
4 
2 
2 
5 
9 
1 
10 
1 
3 
8 
1 
15 
10 
6 
2 

17 



12 6 



12 6 
5 

10 

5 

5 

10 

10 

18 

5 



13 



10 

1 
15 

11 6 
10 

5 

18 

6 



10 

18 



3 

3 



13 

10 



15 

2 




GERMAN AND VENETIAN GLASS. 



51 



3208 British Museum 5 5 

3209 Marlborough House 4 10 

3210 BaronA.de Rothschild 40 

3211 Wright . . 10 10 

3212 Fehx Slade, Esq. 20 

3213 Annoot and Gale 5 10 



3214 
3215 
3216 
3217 
3218 
3219 
3220 
3221 
3222 
3223 
3224 
3225 
3226 
3227 
3228 
3229 
3230 
3231 
3232 



O. Bourne, Esq. . 2 
Durlacher, Bond Street 2 
Baron G. de Rothschild 3 
Wedderburne . 

Rhodes . 

Gale, High Holborn 

The same . 

Durlacher, Bond Street 2 
Octavius E. Coope,Esq. 
Gale, High Holborn 
Charles Mills, Esq. 

The same . 
J. S. Forbes, Esq. . 
Gale, High Holborn 
Octavius E. Coope,Esq. 1 

The same . 1 

J. S. Forbes, Esq. 1 

Octavius E. Coope, Esq. 1 
Baron J. de Rothschild 10 



8 

4 
13 6 
17 
15 
13 

11 

15 

17 

5 

16 

18 

12 6 



7 
6 

8 
1 

13 

10 



3233 Rhodes . 1 

3234 O. Bourne, Esq. . 

3235 Sir H. H. Campbell 3 

3236 Octavius E. Coope, Esq. 1 

3237 The same . 1 

3238 J. S. Forbes, Esq. . 1 

3239 Gale, High Holborn 

3240 Marlborough House 1 

3241 Charles Mills, Esq. 1 

3242 Marlborough House 4 

3243 William Webb, Esq. 1 

3244 Geo. S. Nicholson, Esq. 4 

3245 British Museum 1 

3246 Rhodes . . 1 

3247 Redfern, Warwick J 

3248 Rhodes . . 

3249 Charles Mills, Esq. 1 

3250 Gale, High Holborn 1 

3251 J. S. Forbes, Esq. 

3252 Durlacher, Bond Street 2 

3253 Rhodes . 

3254 Marlborough House 3 

3255 The same . 20 

3256 Octavius E. Coope, Esq. 5 

3257 Sir H. H. Campbell 2 

3258 Gale, High Holborn 



3 O 

19 O 



3 

11 6 

4 

12 

3 

10 

10 



10 a 

10 

2 

14 
10 
10 

15 
8 



10 
3 
5 



O 
15 
10 6 



No. 3212. Horace Walpole, when at Venice in 1741, obtained two dozen of 
these plates, which, in the Description of the Villa at Strawberry Hill, printed in 
1774, are enumerated among the contents of the China-room, p. 9, as " Two dozen 
plates of Venetian glass ; each plate has a different view of Venice, drawn in red." 
On the dispersion of that Collection in 1842, they were sold in four lots of six 
each, the average produce of each lot being 3/. 10s. A comparison of the prices 
in the Strawbeny Hill sale, with the present, proffers material for serious 
reflection. 



52 



GERMAN AND VENETIAN GLASS 



6 

11 

6 



1 
1 


28 
5 



3259 Ootavius E. Coope,Esq. 9 15 

3260 M. J. Higgins, Esq. 18 

3261 Marlborough House 9 

3262 David Falcke . 8 

3263 Marlborough House 10 

3264 Felix Slade, Esq. 4 

3265 Marlborough House 14 

3266 Sir H. H. Campbell 13 

3267 J. S. Forbes, Esq. 1 

3268 llie same . 1 ' 

3269 Thomas Butler, Esq. 1 

3270 Marlborough House 12 

3271 British Museum 3 5 

3272 Rev. W. Pigott . 1 18 

3273 PurnellB. Purnell.Esq. 2 10 

3274 T. Gambler Parry, Esq. 2 

3275 The same . 1 

3276 Rev. W. Pigott 1 

3277 John D. Gardner, Esq. 1 

3278 Marlborough House 

3279 British Museum 

3280 Rhodes . 

3281 Felix Slade, Esq. 

3282 M. J. Higgins, Esq. 

3283 BaronA.de Rothschild 22 

3284 Thomas Butler, Esq. 1 

3285 BaronA.de Rothschild 15 

3286 The same . 9 

3287 Octavius E. Coope,Esq. 2 

3288 Captain Robson 2 

3289 John D. Gardner, Esq. 12 

3290 Felix Slade, Esq. 3 

3291 Baron G. de Rothschild 8 

3292 The same . 10 

3293 Rev. W. Pigott . 1 



5 

12 

1 

15 

8 



18 

18 







5 

10 

15 
4 

16 


15 



15 

6 



3294 

3295 

3296 

3297 

3298 

3299 

3300 

3301 

3302 

3303 

3304 

3305 

3306 

3307 

3308 

3309 

3310 

3311 

3312 

3313 

3314 

3315 

3316 

3317 

3318 

3319 

3320 

3321 

3322 

3323 

3324 

3325 

3326 

3327 

3328 



Marlborough House 5 
Sir H. H. Campbell 13 
British Museum 8 

Octavius E. Coope,Esq. 
Felix Slade, Esq. 29 

British Museum . 8 
Russell . 2 

Martin T. Smith, M.P. 27 



British Museum 4 

The same . 7 

The same . 13 

The same . 15 

Felix Slade, Esq. . 26 

Rhodes . 6 

J. S. Forbes, Esq. 6 

Martin T.Smith, Esq. 36 

Marlborough House 8 
Baron G. de Rothschild 1 

Marlborough House 14 

Felix Slade, Esq. 39 

Sir H. H. Campbell 12 

Annoot and Gale 50 

Marlborough House 16 

Gale, High Holborn 1 

Annoot and Gale . 5 

Gale, High Holborn 3 

Annoot and Gale . 3 

Gale, High Holborn 

Marlborough House 5 

The same . 5 

British Museum . 4 

The same . 8 

J. S. Forbes, Esq. . 1 

Rhodes . 
Durlacher, Bond Street 1 





13 



19 



10 





15 

15 







15 

5 


5 

1 





10 

10 

5 

15 



10 6 

10 



4 

5 
15 
10 6 

3 



COLOGNE WARE. 



53 



5 

1 

11 

8 
2 
2 
2 
2 
3 
2 
3 



S329 Marlborough House 1 

3330 Octavius E. Coope, Esq. 6 

3331 Sir H. H. Campbell 10 

3332 British Museum . 

3333 Gale, High Holbora 

3334 Annoot and Gale . 

3335 Marlborough House 

3336 Sir H. H. Campbell 

3337 British Museum . 

3338 Gale, High Holborn 

3339 Rev. W. Pigott . 

3340 John D. Gardner, Esq 

3341 Gale, High Holborn 

3342 Marlborough House 

3343 PurnellB.Purnell,Esq. 10 

3344 Marlborough House 10 

3345 Rev. W. Pigott 3 

3346 The same . 2 

3347 The same . 4 

3348 Gale, High Holborn 3 

3349 Thomas Butler, Esq. 2 

3350 John D. Gardner, Esq. 3 

3351 Rev. W. Pigott 2 

3352 Gale, High Holborn 2 

3353 The same . 1 

3354 Marlborough House 8 

3355 The same . 3 

3356 John D. Gardner, Esq. 4 

3357 William A. Franks, Esq. 1 

3358 Annoot and Gale 37 

3359 British Museum 5 

3360 The same 1 8 

3361 The same . 1 

3362 Marlborough House 4 

3363 The same . 2 



13 











10 





15 





18 











15 





3 





2 





12 





18 





15 





18 











10 





15 





10 





15 

















12 


6 


3 





18 





4 

















8 





15 





11 


6 




















11 


6 








15 






3364 J. S. Forbes, Esq. 2 2 

3365 Marlborough House 4 15 

3366 British Museum 5 

3367 The same . 4 

3368 The same 4 

3369 John D. Gardner, Esq. 5 5 

3370 Marlborough House 4 ^ 



3371 
3372 
3373 
3374 
3375- 

3377 
3378 
3379 
3380 
3381 
3382 
3383 
3384 
3385 
3386 
3387 
3388 
3389 
3390 
3391 
3392 
3393 
3394 
3395 
3396 
3397 
3398 



Marlborough House 4 
Wedderburne . 
Marlborough House 4 
Colonel T. B. Lawrence 
6 Benj. Benjamin 1 

The same . 1 

The same . 1 

Marlborough House 2 
Benj. Benjamin . 2 
Marq. of Breadalbane 1 
Marlborough House 1 

The same . 7 

Colonel T. B. Lawrence 1 
Marlborough House 3 
Colonel T. B. Lawrence 
Pratt, New Bond Street 
Annoot and Gale 11 

Marq. of Breadalbane 1 
Durlacher, Bond Street 1 
Redfern, Warwick 2 

Annoot and Gale 3 

Webb . . 1 

British Museum 5 

The same . 1 

John Swaby, Esq. 2 

Pratt, New Bond Street 1 
Benj. Benjamin 2 



5 
15 



14 

3 

6 



3 



8 

7 

2 

15 
14 

16 
10 
18 
10 

8 

3 
18 



10 
18 

11 
3 



5^ 



SPOONS, KNIVES, BIJOUTERIE, ETC. 



3399 Marlborough House 4 

3400 John Swaby, Esq. . 2 

3401 Annoot and Gale 

3402 Marlborough House 5 

3403 F. Davis Knightsbridge 1 

3404 Webb . . 5 

3405 Marlborough House 30 

3407 W. Aug. Franks, Esq. 

3408 Not found 

3409 Marlborough House 15 

3411 Annoot and Gale 

3412 W.King, Finchley Road 1 

3413 The same . 1 

3414 Pratt, New Bond Street 

3415 Annoot and Gale 10 

3416 Marlborough House 8 

3417 The same . 6 

3418 The same . 1 

3419 Marq. of Breadalbane 5 

3420 Durlacher, Bond Street 11 

3421 Marlborough House 8 

3422 Lord Londesborough 14 

3423 Marlborough House 8 

3424 The same . 2 

3426 The same . 1 

3427 The same . 10 

3428 The same . 3 

3429 The same . 10 

3430 The same . 4 

3431 Redfern, Warwick . 2 

3432 Colonel T.B.Lawrence 1 

3433 Annoot and Gale . 1 

3434 Colonel T. B. LawTence 1 

3435 Marlborough House 4 

3436 R. T. Searles, Esq. 1 



10 











9 





10 





2 





10 











10 











11 





1 





1 





16 





10 





10 











11 


6 


15 





10 











10 





15 





15 





10 





15 





10 





5 





10 





4 





3 





13 





1 





10 





16 






3437 
3438 
3439 
3440 
3441 
3442 
3443 
3444 
3445 
3446 
3447 
3448 
3449 
3450 
3451 
3452 
3453 
3454 
3455 
3456 
3457 
3458 
3459 
3460 
3461 
3462 
3463 
3464 
3465 
3466 
3467 
3468 
3469 
3470 
3471 



Marlborough House 3 

The same . 1 

The same . 2 

Chaffers . 2 

R. T. Searles, Esq. . 
Marlborough House 3 
The same . 8 

The same . 

Baron G. de Rothschild 4 
Wetterhan, Paris 3 

Marlborough House 10 
British Museum . 4 
Chaffers . 8 

Charles S. Bale, Esq. 9 
Wedderburne . 

Marlborough House 8 
David Falcke . 2 

Baron A. de Rothschild 22 
Marlborough House 10 
S. Nathan . 2 

Chambers, Esq. 14 

Chaffers . 16 

Morant . . 3 

British Museum 5 

Marlborough House 3 

The same . 6 

The same . 10 

British Museum . 4 

The same . 7 

Myers, Old Bond Street 6 

Baron A. de Rothschild 20 

Earl of Lonsdale . 8 

MartinT. Smith, M.P.I 6 

British Museum . 9 

Annoot and Gale . 1 



10 

5 



8 

14 

8 

5 

14 

15 

3 
10 

5 

10 

5 

10 

10 

10 

a 

10 

12 6 

14 


10 

5 

15 
15 



5 


6 


10 



15 

4 



SEALS, METAL DISHES, ETC. 



55 



3472 Marlborough House 12 10 

3473 The same . 5 5 

3474 Redfern, Warwick 1 3 

3475 J. S; Forbes, Esq. . 1 13 
3476-7 Wedderburne 12 

3478 Earl of Lonsdale . 1 18 

3479 Marlborough House 3 

3480 The same . 2 10 

3481 Annoot and Gale 1 8 

3482 William Maskell, Esq. 10 

3483 Annoot and Gale 7 10 

3484 The same . 9 5 

3485 Marlborough House 8 10 

3486 Wetterhan, Paris . 16 

3487 Marlborough House 5 5 

3488 Webb . . 1 12 

3489 G. and H. Watson 3 10 

3490 Marlborough House 8 5 

3491 David Falcke . 1 18 

3492 Hertz, Marlborough Str. 110 

3493 The same . 1 7 

3494 Rev. W. Pigott . 1 14 

3495 G. and H. Watson 2 2 

3496 Hertz,MarlboroughSt. 11 



3497 G. and H. Watson 2 16 

3498 Annoot and Gale . 1 18 

3499 Redfern, Warwick 1 10 

3500 G. and H. Watson 16 

3501 Sam. Addington, Esq. 3 5 

3502 Marlborough House 4 

3503 F. Davis, Knightsbridge 12 

3504 British Museum 5 15 

3505 F. Davis,Knightsbridge2 15 

3506 Lord Londesborough 14 

3507 Myers, Old Bond Str. 5 10 



3508 Marlborough House 17 

3509 Hertz, Marlborough St. 11 

3510 Annoot and Gale 2 

3511 Webb . . 3 

3512 British Museum 71 

3513 John Noble, Esq. 27 

3514 Marlborough House 10 

3515 The same . 21 

3516 The same 15 

3517 British Museum 15 

3518 Annoot and Gale 1 

3519 Marlborough House 2 

3520 Colonel T. B, Lawrence 

3521 The same 

3522 The same . 

3523 Marlborough House 8 

3524 The same . 6 

3525 F. Davis, Knightsbridge 

3526 Wedderburne 

3527 Colonel T. B. Lawrence 

3528 Wedderburne 
3529-30 Col. T. B. Laurence 

3531 Wedderburne . 

3532 The same . 

3533 Colonel T. B. Lawrence 

3534 Wedderburne . 





10 

2 

10 





10 



10 

10 

6 

15 

10 6 

19 

17 

10 
6 

15 

15 

11 
13 

11 

12 

17 

5 

6 



3535 Marlborough House 2 5 

3536 The same . 4 

3537 The same . 2 

3538 The same . 3 5 

3539 The same . 2 

3540 Marquis of Hertford 10 10 

3541 The same . 11 

3542 Marlborouo-h House 4 



56 



KEYS, KNIVES, FORKS, ETC. 



3543 Marquis of Hertford 11 

3544 Marlborough House 1 

3545 BaronG.de Rothschild 10 

3546 Marlborough House 3 

3547 The same . 1 

3548 The same . 5 

3549 The same . 1 

3550 The same 4 

3551 Smith . . 

3552 Marlborough House 1 

3553 The same . 2 

3554 Wetterhan, Paris 

3555 Chas.Oct.Morgan,M.P. 1 

3556 Marlborough House 1 

3557 David Falcke . 2 

3558 Marlborough House 1 

3559 The same . 

3560 Chas. Oct. Morgan, M.P.I 

3561 The same . 1 

3562 Marlborough House 1 

3563 Chas. Oct. Morgan, M.P.I 

3564 Marlborough House 1 

3565 Sam. Addington, Esq. 2 

3566 Chas. Oct. Morgan, M.P. 4 

3567 The same . 3 

3568 Marlborough House 4 

3569 Smith . 

3570 F. Davis, Knightsbridge 1 

3571 Russell . . 1 

3572 Marlborough House 2 
3573-4 The same . 2 
3575 Russell . 13 
3576-7 Marlborough House 7 
3578 Carr . . 
3579-8O Marlborough House 4 









15 





10 











10 





5 





10 











14 





11 


6 


12 


6 


12 





4 





1 





10 





7 





15 





10 





11 


6 


8 











3 





15 











5 





4 





9 





3 





8 











5 











10 





19 
4 







3581 Willson, Strand . 16 

3582 David Falcke 9 

3583 Russell . . 12 5 

3584 F. Davis, Knightsbridge 12 

3585 Marlborough House 2 2 

3586 Webb . .200 

3587 Marlborough House 6 5 

3588 David Falcke . 3 10 

3589 Wetterhan, Paris 5 

3590 Marlborough House 1 12 

3591 Willson, Strand 3 5 

3592 Smith . . 1 15 

3593 F.Davis, Knightsbridge 1 

3594 Willson, Strand 6 

3595 Rhodes . 8 

3596 Willson, Strand . 12 

3597 Marlborough House 1 13 

3598 Willson, Strand 10 6 

3599 Marlborough House 3 

3600 The same . 3 5 

3601 Russell . . 1 11 6 

3602 Annoot and Gale 2 10 

3603 Russell . . 2 10 

3604 Marlborough House 15 

3605 Willson, Strand . 2 9 
3606-7 The same . 10 

3608 British Museum 22 10 

3609 Marlborough House 5 5 

3610 F.Davis, Knightsbridge 1 11 

3611 Pratt, New Bond Street 4 10 

3612 Russell . .10 

3613 Benj. Benjamin 9 

3614 Marlborough House 1 13 

3615 F.Davis, Knightsbridge 1 Q 

3616 Marlborough House 5 5 



SNUFF BOXES. 



5:7. 



3617 Marlborough House 12 

3G18 Russell . 2 7 

3G19 David Falcke . 5 12 

3620 Willson, Strand 6 7 

3621 Marlborough House 5 10 

3622 Durlacher, Bond Street 2 12 

3624 Octavlus E. Coope, Esq. 7 10 

3625 Marlborough House 8 

3626 Benj. Benjamin . 1. 

3627 Willson, Strand 4 8 

3628 Redfern, Warwick 3 12 

3629 Rhodes . 4 

3630 The same . 5 5 

3631 Gvvynn . 1 4 

3632 Marlborough House 6 

3633 Redfern, Warwick 2 7 

3634 Smith . .30 

3635 M. J. Higgins , Esq. 2 2 

3636 Russell . . 5 15 

3637 The same . 2 3 

3638 Marlborough House 5 5 

3639 Redfern, Warwick 1 17 

3640 Russell . .46 

3641 Smith ■■ . 4 4 

3642 Gwynn . . 14 

3643 David Falcke 3 

3644 F. Davis, Knightsbridge 2 

3645 Joseph -Mayer, Esq. 2 

3646 Redfern, Warwick 2 

3647 Geo. Rob. Smith, Esq. 4 

3648 Benj. Benjamin 

3649 Stocker, Esq, 

3650 Money 

3651 The same 

3652 Willson, Strand 



3 

3 

1 

10 



i 

3 

13 

4 



5 

10 

11 

5 

9 







6 

6 























6 

































6 







3653 

3654 

3655 

3656 

3657 

3658 

3659 

3660 

3661 

3662 

3663 

3664 

3665 

3666 

3667 

3668 

3669 

3670 

36;i 

3672 

3673 

3674 

3675 

3676 

3677 

3678 

3679 

3680 

3681 

3682 

3684 

3685 

3686 

3687 

3688 



Rhodes . . 3 10 

Marlborough House 6 

Willson, Strand 3 3 

The same . 2 3 

F. Davis, Knightsbridge 2 17 6 

Earl of Lonsdale 4 

David Falcke . 3 12 

Benj. Benjamin 2 16 

John Swaby, Esq. Ill 

Benj. Benjamin 12 15 

David Falcke . 3 J 7 6 

Benj. Benjamin 4 

The same . 10 

H. St. John Mildmay 13 15 

The same . 10 5 

Benj. Benjamin 13 10 

Sam. Addington, Esq. 18 

The same , 16 15 

Annoot and Gale 10 

Benj. Benjamin 12 

Sam. Addington, Esq. 16 10 

Marlborough House 9 10 

David Falcke . 16 15 

Hon. Francis Baring 15 10 

Sam. Addington, Esq. 40 

Wetterhan, Paris . 7 17 6 

Viscount Dupplin 9 

Marlborough House 10 

Charles S. Bale, Esq. 8 8 

Will. Angerstcin, Esq. 11 10 

Octavius E. Coope,Esq. 6 10 

No name . 4 7 

Will. Angerstein, Esq. 20 10 

Marlborough House 6 

The same . 7^0 

H 



58 



SNUFF BOXES. 



3689 Durlacher, Bond Street 6 

3690 OctavmsE.Coope,Esq. 16 10 

3691 Smith . . 6 

3692 David Falcke . 10 

3693 Gale, High Holborii 5 



3695 
3696 
3697 
3698 
3699 
3700 
3701 
3702 
3703 
3704 
3705 
37O6 
3707 
37O8 
3709 
3710 
3711 
3712 
3713 
3714 
3715 
37I6 
3717 
37I8 
3719 
3720 
3721 
3722 
3723 



H. M. Farquhar, Esq 
Kobert Napier, Esq. 
Wetterhan, Paris 
H. M. Farquhar, Esq. 
Sir H. H. Campbell 
Marlborough House 
William Stirling, M.P. 

The same . 

The same . 

Purnell B. Purnell, Esq. 
Thomas Jones, Esq. 
Marlborough House 
Willson, Strand 

The same . 

The same 
H. M. Farquhar, Esq 
John D. Gardner, Esq. 2 
Marlborough House 5 

The same 

The same . 
Willson, Strand 
Morris Nathan 
Wetterhan, Paris . 
F. Davis, Knightsbridge 3 
H. M. Farquhar, Esq. 2 
Not found 

Edward Greaves, M.P. 5 
Marlborough House 5 
Robert Napier, Esq. 3 



5 





10 





15 

















18 





3 





15 





4 





4 











7 





2 


6 


10 





6 





10 











17 





14 





3 





13 





10 











15 











8 





3 





7 


6 


13 


6 


10 





18 











3 






3724 
3725 
3726 
3727 
3728 
3729 
3730 
3731 
3732 
3733 
3734 
3735 

3736 
3737 
3738 
3739 
3740 
3741 
3742 
3743 
3744 
3745 
3746 
3747 
3748 
3749 
3750 
3751 
3752 
3753 
3754 
3755 
3756 

3757 

3758 



Lord Londesborough 10 
Watkins . 5 

Marq. of Breadalbane 3 
Prince Soltykoff 

J. S. Forbes, Esq. 5 

Pratt, New Bond Street 6 
Col. T. B. Lawrence 
Webb . . 3 

Pratt, New Bond Street 5 
William Stirling, M.P. 7 
Benj. Benjamin 
VVillson, Strand 



10 



10 

18 





12 



Marlborough House 
Annoot and Gale 
Benj. Benjamin 
Russell . 
Benj. Benjamin 
Charles S. Bale, Esq. 
Benj. Benjamin 
Earl of Lonsdale 
Annoot and Gale 
Marq. of Breadalbane 
Earl of Lonsdale 
Russell . 
Benj. Benjamin 
David Falcke 



William Goding, Esq. 38 

Willson, Strand . 2 

David Falcke 4 

Earl of Lonsdale 7 

Redfern, Warwick 3 

Benj. Benjamin 4 

Rhodes . , 5 

Smith . 6 
Baron J. de Rothschild 7 





10 

3 

15 

10 

5 

12 6 

10 





10 



15 


10 



10 

10 

16 
15 

5 

17 6 

5 


12 



SNUFF BOXES. 



59 



3759 Baron J. de Rothschild 13 


10 





3794 


3760 Marlborough House 


5 








3795 


3761 J. S, Forbes, Esq. 


3 


14 





3796 


3762 G. and H. Watson 


8 








3797 


3763 Morris Nathan 


3 








3798 


3764 David Falcke . 


8 


15 





3799 


3765 Willson, Strand 


2 


4 





3800 


3766 Webb 


5 


5 





3801 


3767 Earl of Lonsdale . 


12 








3802 


3768 Willson, Strand 


2 


2 





3803 


3769 Hon. Francis Baring 


5 


15 





3804 


3770 Willson, Strand 


1 


13 





3805 


3771 Redfern, Warwick . 


1 


7 





3806 


3772 Charles S. Bale, Esq. 


4 








3807 


3773 Samuel Addington, Esq 


. 5 


10 





3808 


3774 Robert Napier, Esq. 


1 


19 





3809 


3775 John D. Gardner, Esq. 


7 


5 





3810 


3776 Smith 


2 


15 





3811 


3777 Willson, Strand . 


3 


10 





3812 


3778 John D. Gardner, Esq. 


4 


18 





3813 


3779 Webb . 


9 


5 





3814 


3780 Charles S. Bale, Esq. 


3 








3815 


3781 Earl of Gosford . 


17 


5 





3816 


3782 Richard S. White, Esq 


2 


8 





3817 


3783 Willson, Strand . 


6 


2 


6 


3818 


3784 Sigismund Rucker, Esq 


.5 


5 





3819 


3785 Willson, Strand . 


2 


19 





3820 


3786 Southam, Green Street 


1 


16 





3821 


3787 Hon. Francis Baring 


5 


10 





3822 


3788 Marks, Oxford Street 


1 


11 





3823 


3789 David Falcke . 


22 


10 





3824 


3790 Annoot and Gale . 


10 








3825 


3791 H. St. J. Mildmay, Esq. 


12 


5 





3826 


3792 Sam. Addington, Esq. 


31 








3827 


3793 Southam, Green Street 


3 








3828 



J. C. Carruthers, Esq. 5 7 6 

David Falcke . 16 10 

Charles S. Bale, Esq. 9 

Russell . 11 5 

Purnell B. Purnell, Esq. 5 5 

Earl of Lonsdale . 7 10 

Willson, Strand 3 5 

David Falcke . 7 2 6 

Annoot and Gale 5 15 6 
Marks, Oxford Street 
Marlborough House 
Willson, Strand 

The same 
Redfern, Warwick . 
Ralph Osborne, M.P. 
David Falcke 
Willson, Strand 
David Falcke - . 
G. and H. Watson 
John D. Gardner, Esq. 3 

John B. Jarman, Esq. 8 

Webb . . 9 

Marlborough House 6 
N orman INIacdonald, Esq. 7 

David Falcke . 5 

Baron J. de Rothschild 8 
Durlacher, Bond Street 7 

Marks, Oxford Street 6 

Redfern, Warwick 2 

David Falcke . 4 

O. Bourne, Esq. 1 

Willson, Strand . 2 

David Falcke . 7 

The same . 5 



Marks, Oxford Street 7 



15 

7 

16 

15 

16 
12 6 



18 

9 

10 



5 

15 



15 

18 



10 



8 


7 

5 

7 

5 





60 



WATCHES, COMPASSES, 



3829 Willson, Strand . 


2 


2 





3863 


Lord Londesborough 


24 








3830 F. Davis, Knightsbridge 


5 








3864 


Pratt, New Bond Street 2 


10 





3831 John D. Gardner, Esq. 


4 


4 





3865 


Marlborough House 


13 


10 





3832 Birch, Esq. 


8 


8 





3866 


Annoot and Gale . 


11 








3835 Southam, Green Street 


3 


12 





3S67 


Prince Soltykoff 


13 








3836 Richard S. White, Esq 


2 


10 





3868 


Lord Londesborough 


26 


10 





3837 Van Cuyck, Paris . 


9 


5 





3869 


Cha. Oct. Morgan, M.P. 9 


19 


6 


3838 Russell 


2 


8 





3870 


David Falcke 


5 








3839 The same 


2 


15 





3871 


Cha.Oct. Morgan, M.P. 7 


15 





3840 William Stirling, M.P. 


2 


9 





3872 


Prince Soltykoff 


14 


10 





3841 Reginald Neville, Esq. 


1 


8 





3873 


Wetterhan, Paris . 


2 


10 





3842 Annoot and Gale 


1 


7 





3874 


Marlborough House 


2 


5 





3843 Redfern, Warwick . 


2 


12 


6 


3875 


The same 


7 


15 





3844 Annoot and Gale 


1 


17 





3876 


Chaffers 


17 


10 













3877 


Lebenheim 


17 


6 


6 


3845 Wetterhan, Paris . 


1 


10 





3878 


White . 


36 








3846 Prince SoltykofF 


15 


10 





3879 Marlborough House 


15 








3847 Webb . 


3 


15 





3880 


Lebenheim 


7 


5 





3848 Marlborough House 


4 


10 





3881 


Cha.Oct. Morgan,M.P. 20 


10 





3849 Chaffers . 


21 








3882 


Marlborough House 


15 


15 





3850 Annoot and Gale 


5 


5 





3883 


Annoot and Gale . 


2 


17 


6 


3851 Van Cuyck, Paris . 


8 








3884 


Sam. Addington, Esq. 


16 








3852 Webb 


7 


15 





3885 


Lebenheim 


21 








3853 Cha. Oct. Morgan, M.P 


. 6 


15 





3886 


Russell 


42 








3854 Marlborough House 


5 








3887 Cha. Oct. Morgan, M.P. 14 


10 





3855 Prince Soltykoff . 


17 


10 





3888 


Chaffers 


18 


7 


6 


3856 Marlborough House 


10 


10 





3889 


Cha.Oct.Morgan,M.P 


18 


7 


6 


3857 David Falcke 


5 








3890 


Marlborough House 


15 


10 





3858 Van Cuyck, Paris 


7 


5 





3891 


Prince Soltykoff . 


16 


10 





3859 Marlborough House 


11 


10 





3892 


Purnell B. Purnell,Esq 


.27 








3860 Chaffers 


16 








3893 


Baron G.de Rothschild 28 


10 





3861 Prince Soltykoff . 


20 


5 





3894 


Russell . 


75 








3862 The same . 


20 


10 





3895 


Marlborough House* 


14 


10 






* 3895 described in Catalogue, was sold in error as 3880. 



AND CLOCKS. 



Gl 



3896 Chaffers . . 22 

3897 Marlborough House 33 

3898 F. Davis, Knightsbridge 5 10 

3899 David Falcke . 5 5 

3900 Russell . 50 

3901 WiUson, Strand . 6 17 6 

3902 Litchfield . 3 5 

3903 Marlborough House 5 10 

3904 The same . 8 10 

3905 The same . 4 

3906 J. S. Forbes, Esq. 2 10 

3907 Litchfield . 10 

3908 Russell . 2 10 

3909 Cha.Oct.Morgan,M.P. 9 9 

3910 The same . 8 8 

3911 Lord Londesborough 18 10 

3912 Willson, Strand 4 12 6 

3913 Marlborough House 10 

3914 Buckley . 2 

3915 Willson, Strand , 10 

3916 Marlborough House 6 5 

3917 The same . 9 10 

3918 Russell . 14 

3919 Rev. W. B. Hawkins 1 15 

3920 Chaffers . 15 

3921 Cha. Oct. Morgan, M.P. 3 10 

3922 Rev. W. B. Hawkins 3 15 

3923 Sir Charles Fellowes 2 

3924 Marlborough House 3 10 

3925 Willson, Strand 1 10 

3926 Sir Charles Fellowes 3 3 

3927 F. Davis, Knightsbridge 1 10 

3928 Litchfield . 2 8 

3929 Purnell B. Purnell, Esq. 2 15 

3930 Mai-lborough House 6 



3931 Marlborough House 7 15 

3932 Purnell B.Purnell,Esq. 17 

3933 Van Cuyck, Paris 11 

3934 Webb . 19 10 

3935 Willson, Strand . 2 15 

3936 The same . 4 4 

3937 Annoot and Gale . 3 15 

3938 F. Davis, Knightsbridge 4 6 

3939 Rhodes . . 5 15 

3940 Earl of Lonsdale 5 

3941 Robert Hollond, Esq. 5 15 

3942 Marlborough House 11 10 

3943 Sam. Addington, Esq. 7 

3944 Willson, Strand 3 5 

3945 David Falcke . 4 

3946 Marlborough House 5 5 

3947 Earl of Lonsdale • 6 5 

3948 Marlborough House 3 5 

3949 British Museum . 3 10 

3950 Cha.Oct. Morgan, M.P. 19 

3951 British Museum . 3 

3952 The same . 1 15 

3953 The same . 1 16 

3954 Rev. W. B. Hawkins 7 

3955 Cha.Oct. Morgan, M.P. 5 10 

3956 British Museum . 5 15 

3957 Willson, Strand 16 

3958 British Museum . 2 12 

3959 The same . 2 8 

3960 Banting, St. James's St. 13 10 
8961 British Museum 2 10 

3962 Hertz, Marlborough St. 2 17 

3963 Marlborough House 9 10 

3964 The same . 14 

3965 David Falcke . 7 10 



62 



SILVER ARTICLES, 



3966 Van Cuyck, Paris 


5 


15 


6 


4000 Davison 


2 


6 





3967 Hertz, Marlborough St 

3968 David Falcke 


. 4 
5 


8 







4001 
4002 


Higham . 

Octavius E. Coope, Esc 





17 
10 


7 



3969 Marlborough House 


11 








4003 


Robert Hollond, Esq. 


3 


13 


1 


3970 Cha.Oct.Morgan,M.P 


18 


10 





4004 


Benj. Benjamin 


2 


6 


5 


3971 Prince Soltykoff 


21 








4005 


The same . 


2 


15 





3972 Russell 


22 








4006 


David Falcke 


7 


9 


6 


3973 Hertz,MarlboroughSt. 

3974 Banting, St. James's Si 

3975 Litchfield 


14 

. 5 

5 


10 
2 




6 


4007 Cha. W. Reynolds, Esq. 3 

4008 Redfern, Warwick . 4 

4009 Solomon . 4 



4 

2 




1 


3976 Russell 


4 


12 


6 


4010 


The same 


5 


10 


9 


3977 Annoot and Gale 


5 








4011 


Walter Stirling, Esq. 


12 


14 


6 


3978 Rhodes 


4 


15 





4012 


The same 


12 


6 





3979 Marlborough House 

3980 The same . 


19 
90 


10 







4013 
4014 


Cha. W. Reynolds, Esq 
Davison . 


2 

6 


3 
10 


11 
11 


3981 Willson, Strand 


5 








4015 


Solomon 


2 


6 


2 










4016 


Ralph Osborne, M.P. 

Foligno 

Attenborough 


3 


13 


4 


3982 Fohgno 

3983 The same 


10 
10 


3 
3 



5 


4017 
4018 


15 
2 


10 



7 



3984 The same . 

3985 The same 


11 
11 


1 
2 



11 


4019 Benj. Benjamin 

4020 Davison . 


8 
3 


16 
17 


6 
3 


3986 The same . 


10 


16 


9 


4021 


Benj. Benjamin 


15 


12 





3987 Cooper . 

3988 E. Emanuel . 

3989 Sam. Addington, Esq. 

3990 E. Emanuel . 

3991 Benj. Benjamin 

3992 The same . 


6 
6 
5 
5 
5 
1 


5 
3 

7 

8 

19 

3 


6 
5 

7 


7 
4 


4022 
4023 
4024 
4025 
4026 
4027 


The same 
Withdrawn 
David Falcke 
Benj. Benjamin 
Solomon 
David Falcke . 


16 

11 

1 

4 


8 

16 

17 
18 
10 




6 
5 
9 



3993 The same 

3994 Fohgno 

3995 E. Emanuel 


3 

10 

2 


4 



19 


10 



11 


4028 
4029 
4030 


Benj. Benjamin 
David Falcke . 
Attenborough 


3 

10 
12 


12 



10 







3996 Davison 

3997 Benj. Benjamin 

3998 The same . 
3099 The same 


1 


2 


6 
15 

17 



8 


7 
9 


4031 
4032 
4033 
4034 


Benj. Benjamin 
Solomon 
Foligno 
The same 


9 
35 
64 
30 


7 

7 

13 

6 


9 
6 

5 



BRONZE AND SILVER MEDALS. 



63 



4035 Attenborough 


32 


14 


6 


4068 OctaviusE.Coope,Esq. 


19 


13 


3 


4036 Redfern, Warwick 


18 








4069 The same 


23 


14 


9 


4037 Ralph Osborne, M.P. 


5 


15 


2 


4070 Redfern, Warwick 


28 


12 





4038 The same 


4 


5 


2 


4071 S. M. Mawson 


5 


10 





4039 Webb, (xrafton Street 


10 


17 


5 


4072 David Falcke . 


1 


14 





4040 Ralph Osborne, M.P. 


4 


9 


10 


4073 The same 


1 


6 





4041 Higham . 




15 


8 


4074 F. Davis, Knightsbridgc 


; 


10 


6 


4042 Sam. Addington, Esq. 




4 


8 


4075 David Falcke 





15 





4043 Solomon 




3 


4 


4076-7 Cooper 





7 





4044 The same . 




13 





4078 William Stirling, M.P. 





10 





4045 Sam. Addington, Esq. 




3 





4079 Annoot and Gale 





7 





4046 The same . 





19 


9 


4080 Marlborough House 


4 








4047 Redfern, Warwick 


1 


9 





4081 The same 


11 








4048 Sam. Addington, Esq. 


2 


13 


9 


4082 The same . 


3 








4049 Colonel T. B. Lawrence 


2 


6 





4083 The same 


2 


5 





4050 Southam, Green Street 2 








4083*ChafFers 





11 





4051 The same 


2 


2 





4084 Marlborough House 


5 


5 





4052 Rev. Tho. Staniforth 


65 


2 





4085 Annoot and Gale 


4 








4054 Redfern, Warwick 


33 








4086 Marlborough House 


24 


10 





4055 Benj. Benjamin 


6 


6 





4087 The same 


2 


5 





4056 Van Cuyck, Paris 


5 


15 





4088 Chaffers 


3 


15 





4057 Annoot and Gale 


10 


6 


1 


4089 Annoot and Gale . 


1 


12 





4058 The same . 


10 


7 


9 


4090 Redfern, W^arwick 


1 


1 





4059 Cooper . 


15 


9 


1 


4091 Chaffers . 





6 





4060 Solomon 


12 


10 


9 


4092 The same . 


7 








4061 The same 


Q 


10 

7 


9 











4062 Attenborough 


4 


4093 0. Bourne, Esq. . 


4 


14 


6 


4063 Cooper . 


6 


10 


11 


4094 Annoot and Gale 


3 


18 





4064 Webb, Grafton Street 


3 


3 


11 


4095 King,WoodstockStree1 


.26 








4065 Benj. Benjamin 


1 


11 


6 


4096 Webb, Grafton Street 


2 


15 





4066 Redfern, Warwick 


31 


10 


11 


4097 Annoot and Gale 


3 


3 





4067 Chai'les Skipper, Esq. 


16 


14 


8 


409 Van Cuyck, Paris 


25 


10 






No. 4052. The date on the Apostle Spoons is 1519, not 1579. The weight 
19 oz, 8 dwt. 



64 



DECORATIVE FURNITURE. 



4099 Sam. Addington, Esq. 48 

4100 Annoot and Gale 14 

4101 The same . 4 

4102 Sam. Addington, Esq. 4 

4103 Marlborough House 15 

4104 Sam. Addmgton, Esq. 9 

4105 Walter Stirling, Esq., 41 

4106 John D. Gardner, Esq. 21 

4107 The same . 16 

4108 Pratt, New Bond Street 17 

4109 Litchfield . 6 

4110 Annoot and Gale 9 

4111 The same . 40 

4112 Rhodes . 80 

4113 The same . 58 

4114 Annoot and Gale 8 

4115 The same . 10 

4116 The same . 17 

4117 John D. Gardner, Esq. 16 

4118 Morant . 19 

4119 Charles Cope, Esq. 18 

4120 Annoot and Gale 43 

4121 The same . 6 

4122 D. M. Davidson, Esq. 41 

4123 Annoot and Gale 15 

4124 Owen, New Bond Str. 12 

4125 Annoot and Gale 220 

4126 Thomas Grissell, Esq. 22 

4127 Pratt, New Bond Str. 13 

4128 The same . 10 

4129 The same . 4 

4130 Annoot and Gale 5 

4131 Pratt, New Bond Street 6 

4132 The same . 6 

4133 Cha. D. Fortnum, Esq. 6 









8 





5 





10 























10 





5 





15 





5 



































10 





























15 

















15 





10 











2 


6 








10 











15 





15 












4134 Litchfield 

4135 The same . 

4136 Annoot and Gale 

4137 Durlacher, Bond Street 76 

4138 Sam. Addington, Esq 
4138*Walter Stirling, Esq. 

4139 David Falcke 

4140 Annoot and Gale 

4141 The same 

4142 The same . 

4143 Marlborough House 

4144 Annoot and Gale 

4145 Pratt, New Bond Street 20 15 

4146 Annoot and Gale 

4147 The same 

4148 The same . 

4149 Marlborough House 

4150 Annoot and Gale 

4151 Pratt, New Bond Street 21 10 

4152 Withdrawn 

4153 The same 

4154 The same 

4155 Smith . . 9 

4156 Withdrawn 

4157 Cunningham, Esq. 19 10 

4158 Redfern, Warwick 16 16 



5 


5 





5 


5 





4 








t76 








143 








41 








105 








62 








19 


19 





15 


15 





50 








38 








t 20 


15 





78 








13 


10 





10 


10 





36 


10 





40 








t21 


10 






4159 Pratt, New Bond Stree 

4160 Wertheimer 


t 4 14 
7 


6 



4161 Rhodes 


10 15 





4162 David Falcke 


13 





4163 Marq. of Hertford 


40 





4164 Rhodes . 


8 





4165 Marq. of Hertford 


20 





4166 Thomas Grissell, Esq. 


5 10 





4167 The same 


6 10 






DECORATIVE FURNITURE. 



65 



1-2 

4 

22 
3 
4 



6 

15 

3 
4 



10 10 
3 



40 
5 
42 
15 
16 
53 
16 
66 



4168 Thomas Grissell, Esq. 6 

4169 The same 

4170 The same , 

4171 Annoot and Gale . 

4172 The same . 

4173 Thomas Grissell, Esq. 

4174 Annoot and Gale 

4175 Henry George Bohn 

4176 Pratt, New Bond Street 5 15 

4177 David Falcke 

4178 D. M. Davidson, Esq 

4179 F. L. Popliam,Esq. 

4180 Rhodes . 

4181 Van Cuyck, Paris 

4182 Charles Mills, Esq. 

4183 Annoot and Gale 

4184 Rhodes . 
•4185 John D. Gardner, Esq. 72 

4186 Walter Stirhng, Esq. 54 

4187 Rhodes . . 30 

4188 S. Lyne Stephens, Esq. 42 

4189 Annoot and Gale 

4190 Lord Londesborough 

4191 Earl of Lonsdale 

4192 The same 

4193 Redfern, Warwick 

4194 Col. Sibthorp, M.P. 

4195 F. L. Popham, Esq. 

4196 BaronJ.de Rothschild 154 

4197 Walter Stirling, Esq. 105 

4198 Annoot and Gale 

4199 The same 
4200-1 Wertheimer 

4202 Charles Cope, Esq. 

4203 Charles Plumley, Esq 




10 





3 





15 10 
31 



20 
31 
118 
32 
29 








5 


10 10 
36 15 
65 

11 5 
5 


















































I 

! 

ol 

! 

I 











4204 Lord Londesborough 11 10 

4205 David Falcke 64 

4206 Annoot and Gale 120 

4207 Col. Sibthorp, M.P. 108 
4208-9 Earl of Dartmouth 38 

4210 The same . 20 

4211 David Falcke 15 10 
4212-3 Pratt, New Bond Str. 28 

4214 The same . 10 

4215 Pratt, New Bond Street 13 

4216 Marlborough House 18 10 



4217 

4218 

4219 

4220 

4221 

4222 

4223 

4224 

4225 

4226 

4227 

4228 

4229 

4230 

4231 

4232 

4233 

4234 

4235 

4-236 

4237 

4238 

■1239 



David Falcke 

The same . 
Annoot and Gale 
Rhodes . 

The same . 
Russell . 
Evans 
Smart 

Annoot and Gale 
David Falcke 
Rev. Tho. Staniforth 
Litchfield 



4 
4 
5 
3 

i 

22 
4 
6 
4 
5 

16 
4 



Henry Richardson, Esq. 2 

Earl of Powis . 17 

Marlborough House 32 

Woodgate . 1 8 

Ensom . 2 1 

Herring . 24 

Woodgate . 1 7 

The same . 39 

Morant . 20 

The same . 21 

Marlborough House 33 






















13 6 


10 

4 

10 

14 6 
10 
10 
10 

15 
10 
10 







10 



9 







66 



DECORATIVE FURNITURE. 



4240 Woodgate . 3 

4241 Ensom . .15 

4243 Pratt, New Bond Street 4 

4244 David Falcke . 3 

4245 Ensom . 2 

4246 John Allcard, Esq. 15 

4247 Marlborough House 28 

4248 David Falcke . 10 

4249 Pratt, New Bond Street 4 

4250 G. and H. Watson 4 

4251 Woodgate . 1 

4252 Ensom . . 8 

4253 Marq. of Breadalbane 10 

4254 David Falcke . 35 

4255 The same . 40 

4256 The same . 50 
4257-58-59 The same 70 

4260 The same . 7 

4261 Rhodes . 5 

4262 The same , 17 

4263 Smith . 2 

4264 Webb, Grafton Street 47 
4265-6 Annoot and Gale 81 
4266aCharles Mills, Esq. 7 
4267 Pratt, New Bond Street35 
4267a Marlborough House 10 10 



5 











6 





3 





2 























6 





6 





11 











15 











5 























5 





10 





18 





10 

















10 






4268 

4269 

4270 

4271 

4272 

4273 

4274 

4275 

4276 

4277 

4278- 

4280 

4281 

4282 

4283 

4284 

4285 

4286 

4287 

4288 

4289 

4290 

4291 

4293 

4294 



Marlborough House 16 

The same . 12 

The same . 21 

The same . 101 

H. M. Farquhar, Esq. 2 

Rhodes . . 3 

Willson, Strand 1 

S. T. Morey, Esq. . 9 

Marlborough House 13 

Annoot and Gale . 17 

9 Pratt, New Bond St. 40 

Withdrawn 

Willson, Strand 

The same 

Moore 



3 

2 

6 

15 



Marlborough House 
Pratt, New Bond Street 3 

Moore . 1 

The same . 2 

Annoot and Gale 5 

Pratt, New Bond Street 1 
Marlborough House 4 
■2 King, Woodstock St.205 
The same . 35 

Pratt, New Bond Street 2 



16 

10 

10 



10 



14 

15 
10 







10 

6 

10 

15 

15 

15 



1 
15 



14 





Errata. No, 93, as purchaser, read Mons. Sabalieri ; and No. 97, William 
H. Robinson, Esq. 

Nos. 813, 824, and 875, were purchased by Cecil D. Gardner, Esq., all other 
numbers pertain to John D. Gardner, Esq., though placed in error to the former. 

No. 1745, Andrew Fountaine, Esq. No. 1978, David Falcke, of New Bond 
Street. 



AMOUNTS OF EACH DAY'S SALE. 



First day's sale 
Second day's sale . 
Third day's sale 
Fourth day's sale . 
Fifth day's sale 
Sixth day's sale . 
Seventh day's sale 
Eighth day's sale 
Ninth day's sale 
Tenth day's sale . 
Eleventh day's sale . 
Twelfth day's sale 
Thirteenth day's sale . 
Fourteenth day's sale 
Fifteenth day's sale . 
Sixteenth day's sale 
Seventeenth day's sale 
Eighteenth day's sale 
Nineteenth day's sale . 
Twentieth day's sale 
Twenty-first day's sale 

Twenty-second day's sale 
Twenty-third day's sale . 
Twenty-fourth day's sale 
Twenty-fifth day's sale 
Twenty-sixth day's sale 
Twenty- seventh day's sale 
Twenty-eighth day's sale 
Twenty-ninth day's sale . 
Thirtieth day's sale . 
Thirty-first day's sale 
Thirty-second day's sale 



Monday, March 5 . 

Tuesday, 6 

Wednesday, 7 • 

Thursday, 8 

Friday, 9 . 

Saturday, 10 

Monday, 12 . 

Tuesday, 13 

Wednesday, 14 . 

Thursday, 15 

Friday, 16 . 

Monday, 19 

Tuesday, 20 . 
Monday, April 2 
Thursday, March 22 . 

Friday, 23 

Saturday, 24 . 

Monday, 26 

Tuesday. 27 . 

Wednesday, 28 

Thursday, 29 . 



Tuesday, April 17 • 

Wednesday, 18 

Thursday, 19 . 

Friday, 20 

Monday, 23 . 

Tuesday, 24 

Wednesday, 25 . 

Thursday, 26 

Friday, 27 . 

Saturday, 28 

Monday, 30 . 



Total 



1419 16 





2043 8 


6 


2731 6 


6 


4783 11 


6 


. 6133 16 


6 


3113 1 


6 


2921 2 


6 


2688 9 


6 


807 17 





1307 11 





2029 4 





1941 6 


6 


. 3160 1 


6 


1393 9 





1807 10 





2511 6 


6 


2396 15 


6 


1173 





1261 


6 


1013 11 





. 1687 15 





987 15 





1326 12 


6 


. 1137 4 





921 


6 


867 14 


6 


763 14 





779 10 





1481 9 





907 13 


3 


3518 9 


6 


1675 4 


2 


62,690 18 


2 



PRODUCE OF THE SEVERAL SALES. 

Library . . 5,273 9 6 

Collection of Prints . . 1,313 13 

Works of Art and Vertu . 62,690 18 2 

Furniture, etc. . . 1,676 4 2 



Total 70,954 4 10 



iEDES STRAWBERRIAN^ : MDCCCXLII. 



NAMES OF PURCHASERS AND THE PRICES 

TO THE SALE CATALOGUE OF THE 

CHOICE COLLECTIONS OF ART AND VERTU, 

FORMED BY 

HOE ACE WALPOLE, EARL OF OllFORD, 

AT 

STRAWBERRY HILL VILLA. 

A few remaining Copies may be had of the publisher, J. H. Burn, 29, Bow Street, 
Covent Garden. 

Price Seven Shillin^js and Sixpence. 



NOTICE TO BINDER. 



The Half-title, Portrait, and Title, to precede the Title of the 

Catalogue. 
Leaf with Candelabra, marked as lot 196, etc. to face page 18 
Vases, numbered 469 and 470 . .33 

Vases, numbered 598 and 597 • . .41 

Vase 599, to be placed second or back to the above. 
Vases numbered 600 and 601 . • . 42 

Eleanor of Portugal, 926 ; and Anne of Cleves, 927 77 

Lady Johanna Abergavenny . . 73 

NicholasLord Vaux, and King Edward IV. 79 

Viscount Faulconberg . . .88 

Candlestick, 1305, and Crosier, 1317, etc. . 105 

Crucifix, 1319, and Reliquaire, 1320 . . 107 

Rehquaire, 1337, etc. and boat-shaped Nef, 1447 109 

Ewer, 1561; and Casket, 1565 . . 133 

Spoon, 3699, and Stand, 1694 . . 144 

Vessel with arms, and Papal Tiara, 1846; Plate, 1848 159 
Pilgrim's Bottle, 2100; and Salt-cellar, 1959 172 

Ewer or Vase, 2103; and Jar, 1845 . . 186 

Halberd, 2378, and Swords, 2451, 2621 . 2O6 

Armour : Headpiece, 2698, and Breastplate, 2420 208 

Armour : Demi-suit, 2431 ; and Flask, 2519 209 

Figure in Armour, Shield, etc., on stand^ 2709 . 232 

Tankard, with lid, 3339; and Glasses . 244 

Jug of circular form and open centre, 2877, etc. 245 

Venetian Drinking glass, 3315, etc. . . 267 

Pilgrim Bottles, 3360; Venetian glasses, bottle, etc. 270 

Brotche, 3512, and Vessel with horns, 3513 . 284 

Keys, with pierced bows, numbered 3557 and 3568, etc. 288 
Book-shaped watch, 3911; Clock mounted on stand, 3964 326 
Watch, 3849, and Time-piece, 3980 . . 333 

Candlesticks, 4099 and 4188; Inkstand, 4197 341 

Pier-glass and carved frame, 4143 . . 345 

Cabinet on spiral twisted legs, etc., 4207 • 350 

Purchasers' Names and Prices, pp. 1-68, to follow p. 358