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Auction Description for Dominic Winter:
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3rd Nov 10am - 7pm. 4th Nov 10am - 7pm. 5th Nov 10am - 7pm.
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(412 Lots)

by Dominic Winter Auctions


412 lots

November 6, 1998

Mallard House

Broadway Lane, South Cerney

Near Cirencester, GL7 5UQ United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)1285 860006

Fax: +44 (0)1285 862461

Email: info@dominicwinter.co.uk

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Description: Armorial china. Six items of armorial china by W.H. Goss, inc. a model of the Longships Lighthouse at Lands End and the Nose of Brazenose, Oxford (one item damaged), together with eight other items of armorial china, inc. two submarines 14

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Description: Breweriana. A collection of beer glasses and similar, all transfer-printed with the name of the brewer or the ale, inc. a Guinness bicentenary glass, 1759-1959 (approx. 55

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Description: Breweriana. A Dunn Bennett & Co. blue-glazed stoneware jug, prob. late 19th century, the body transfer-printed in brown with the wording "Drink McNish's Doctors Special Whisky. The Medical Whisky of the World", approx. 19.5 cms. tall 1

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Description: Breweriana. A James Buchanan & Co. Ltd. pottery jug, early 20th century, the body transfer-printed in black with the wording "Buchanan's Black & White Whisky", with two transfer-printed oval panels showing a black retriever dog with a game bird in his mouth, 18cm. tall 1

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Description: Breweriana. A Lucas & Co. stoneware jug, early 20th century, the upper portion with blue glaze, transfer-printed on the body "Ask for Lucas & Co's, Leamington, Ales & Stout", approx. 15.5 cms. tall ( minor rim chips), together with a small green glazed Lovatts stoneware jug, with raised lettering "Tennants, Good and Strong" and "Wiley's Black Label Whisky", approx. 10cm. tall, and two others (4)

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