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Auction Description for Dreweatts: The Sporting and Country Life Sale
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Friday 9th December 10am - 4pm (by appointment) Sunday 11th December 10am - 2pm Monday 12th December 9am - 5.30pm Tuesday 13th December from 8.30am

The Sporting and Country Life Sale (171 Lots)

by Dreweatts & Bloomsbury


171 lots with images

December 13, 2016

Live Auction

Newbury, United Kingdom

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Harry Hall (1812-1888) - The Pretender, with John Osborne up

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Description: Oil on canvas Signed and dated 1869 , lower right 71.1 x 91.4cm ( 28 x 36 in.) Provenance: Sale, Christie's, Sporting and Wildlife Art , 5 June 2013, ex-lot 106 Pretender was the winner of the 2000 Guineas & Derby, 1869.

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Harry Hall (1812-1888) - The hunter Satterly in a stable

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Description: Oil on canvas Signed and dated Newmarket 1848 , lower right 49.5 x 60cm (19. 1/2 x 23.1/4 in.) Provenance: with Richard Green, London (label attached, verso)

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Charles Johnson Payne (Snaffles) (1884-1967) - The Grand National, Canal Turn

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Description: Reproduction printed in colours, with hand coloured remarque Signed and dated 1926 within the plate, signed in pencil, lower right further inscribed in pencil, A Memory, The Old Sergeant and Geoffrey Bennet, also with the name of each jockey in scribed and with the bits blindstamp, lower right Typed label verso by Snaffles expalaing the remarque signed and dated, January 1934 in pencil 53 x 80cm (20 7/8 x31 1/2in.)

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A Victorian silver and enamelled racing vesta case by Thomas Johnson II

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Description: A Victorian silver and enamelled racing vesta case by Thomas Johnson II, London 1886 Rectangular form, the obverse decorated with an enamelled racing jockey and horse, with hinged lid and striker to underside, the reverse engraved with monogram. 5cm (2in) long, 52gms total weight

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Six mounted, winners horseshoes 1880 - Horseshoes (plates) worn by the winning horses of the 1880 season,

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Description: Six mounted commemerative horse shoes (plates) worn by the winning horses of the 1880 season, Bendor , St James Palace Stakes, Ascot; Master Kildare , City & Suburban; Petronal , Two Thousand Guineas at Newmarket; Robert the Devil , Cesarwitch and the Champions Stake; Isonomy , Manchester Cup; Sanfain , Derby. 39 x 45 cm (15 3/8 x 17 3/4 in) Isonomy (1875 - 1891) was a British Thoroughbred racehorse and sire with a career that lasted from 1877 to 1880, during which time he ran fourteen times and won ten races, including twice as a five-year-old during which time he won both his races. On 19 May 1880 he carried 138 pounds in the Manchester Cup over one mile five furlongs. He was set to give large amounts of weight to many top-class horses and was not among the favourites for the race, starting at odds of 100/6 in what was described as "one of the most wonderful performances that has been recorded for many years"

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After Henry Alken (1785-1851) - A group of 18 plates for The National Sports of Great Britain

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Description: Including Sporting Meeting in the Highlands, Hawking, Coursing, Hackney, The Hunter, Cock Fighting, Stag Hunting and others Original hand-coloured aquatints by J. Clark , on Whatman wove paper watermarked 1818 and 1820 1st edition, 1820-21 , Thomas McLean, [Siltzer p.70; Snelgrove, Alken 94] Ten c. 27.5 x 37.5 cm. (10 3/4 x 14 3/4 in) Eight c. 22 x 27.5 cm. (8 5/8 x 10 3/4 in) Unframed (18)

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A pair of Continental silver fighting cocks With post 1953 835

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Description: A pair of Continental silver fighting cocks With post 1953 835. standard Dutch import marks Realistically modelled. Largest 34cm (13 1/2in) high, 68.4oz (2128gms) (2)

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Two sets of 18/19th Century English Leather and white metal alloy Cockfighting Spurs

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Description: The first in a mahogany case comprising eight spurs, white-metal, no maker's mark. The second set comprising four loose examples. First set 5.5cm (2 1/4in.) (blade length) Second set 4cm (1 1/2in.) (blade length) In renaissance England cockfighting enjoyed royal patronage and a cockpit was built in Whitehall Palace by Henry VIII. The sport was banned in the 17th century by Oliver Cromwell, but revived during the Restoration under Charles II. As a blood sport it has been illegal since1849 in Britain. .

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Henry Macbeth-Raeburn A.R.A. (1860-1947) - The Cock of the North, 5th V Duke of Gordon

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Description: Mezzotint printed in colours, after George Sanders (1774-1846) Signed in pencil, lower left Published in 1924 65 x 46cm (25 1/2 x 18 1/8 in.) The original painting held by Goodward House

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S. Lipschitz (19th century) - The English Gamekeeper; The Scotch Gamekeeper

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Description: A pair Hand coloured lithographs Published by S. Lipschitz, London Each c. 58 x 41cm (23 x 16cm.) (2)

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After Peter Graham (1836-1921) - Highland cattle

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Description: Hand coloured engraving circa. 1891 Published 15 March 1893 by Thomas Agnew & Sons., London, Manchester and Liverpool Signed proof in pencil, lower left and lower right, blindstamp, lower left 53 x 69cm (23 3/4 x 27 1/4in.) Unframed

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A silver-mounted antelope horn 'gimble' cigar lighter by William Frederick...

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Description: A silver-mounted antelope horn 'gimble' cigar lighter by William Frederick Wright, London 1920 With orb-shaped burner on silver gimble, raised on a scroll supports. 54cm (21 1/4in) long

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Paul Jones (act. 1855-1888) - Young Scottish gamekeeper; and Young English gamekeeper

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Description: A pair Oil on canvas Each Signed and dated 1869 , lower left and right respectively Each 20.5 x 31cm ( 8 x 12 1/4 in.) (2)

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Paul Jones (act. 1855-1888) - A young gamekeeper with his horse and dogs in a Highland Landscape

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Description: Oil on canvas Signed and dated 1882, lower right 30 x 46cm (11 7/8 x 18 1/8 in.)

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Peter Biegel (1913-1988) - The Ashford Valley Hunt

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Description: Oil on canvas Signed, lower right 50.8 x 61cm (20 x 24in.) The hunt was formed in 1873 from the combination of four private harrier packs, which amalgamated under a single master as the Ashford Valley Harriers, hunting predominantly hares but also occasionally foxes. After the First World War, the pack began to hunt foxes only and renamed itself the Ashford Valley Foxhounds. The hunt country lies in the West of Kent. IMPORTANT: This lot is sold subject to Artists Resale Rights, details of which can be found in our Terms and Conditions.

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Attributed to Henry Alken (1785-1851) - A set of six hunting escapades

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Description: The Meet; Filling the fox holes; The scent crossing the brook; Full cry; The kill; The Supper. Pen and ink and watercolour over pencil Each bearing a signature and dated 1823, lower left 30 x 40cm (11 7/8 x 15 3/4in.) (6)

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Hunting Register for The Craven Hunt, c.1922-1931 Red leather bound journal...

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Description: Hunting Register for The Craven Hunt, c.1922-1931 Red leather bound journal with gilt tooling 20 x 26cm (7 7/8 x 10 1/4in.) Hunting register for the Craven Hunt kept from 1922 to December 16th 1931, held by Reginald Southby the Honourable Secretary. A highly detailed hand written account of the conditions and the days hunting "A Very Poor Day, Hunted Five Foxes all in the Wood, They all Went to Ground Very Quickly Except the Last, Which we Lost, Weather Stormy" (Reginald Southby) together with Rev.W.B. Daniel, Daniels Rural Sports three volumes 1801, First Editions Published by Lond. Bunny & Gold, Shoe Lane. 1801-1813. (1801) With engraved plates of a hunting, fishing and nature, rebound, 3 volumes 24cm (9 1/2in.) in height (4)

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After Benjamin Marshall (1767-1835) - Francis Duckenfield Astley Esq. and his Harriers

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Description: Hand coloured aquatint and engraving after Richard Woodman (1784-1859) 52 x 63cm (20 1/2 x 24 7/8in.) Unframed

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After Henry Calvert (1798-1869) - The Cheshire Hunt

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Description: Hand coloured engraving by Charles George Lewis (1808-1880) First class proof before title Published by Thomas Agnew & Sons., Manchester and Ackermann & Co., Strand, 19th February 1842 59 x 88cm (23 1/4 x 34 5/8in.) Unframed Together with the key plate for The Cheshire Hunt painted by Henry Calvert, engraved by C.G. Lewis, 1839 , 19 x 27.5cm (7 1/2 x 11in.), (2)

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After John Frederick Herring Sr. (1795-1865) - The Meet, Full Cry, The Find, The Death

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Description: Hand-coloured aquatints by T.W. Huffam Published 1st November 1846 by Bailey Brothers, London Each 62 x 80cm (24 1/5 x 31 1/2 in.) (4) Unframed

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An Indian silver-coloured two-handled trophy punch bowl Apparently unmarked

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Description: An Indian silver-coloured two-handled trophy punch bowl Apparently unmarked, engraved MANUFACTURED BY T LUTCHMIAH CHETTY & SONS COMMERCIAL STREET BANGALORE, SILVER to base, circa 1928 Compressed circular form with leaf-capped double scroll handles, the rim applied with acanthus leaf and scroll embellishments below panels chased with scroll foliate, the lower body engraved with presentation inscription to either side above a band of chased acanthus leaves, the stem with anthemion leaf flange and terminating in a stepped-circular base with scrolling-vine band. With an associated photograph of the winning horse. 31cm (12 1/4in) high, 30.5cm (12in) diameter, 2333gms (75oz) (2) The present lot was presented in 1928, as the Royal Calcutta Turf Club Cup won by 'Birkenhead'.The Royal Calcutta Turf Club (RCTC), founded in 1847 in Calcutta (now Kolkata), was the premier horse racing organisation in India during the British Raj. During its most influential period it was the governing body for almost all courses in the sub-continent and played an important role in helping to define and apply the rules that governed the sport. A testimony to the importance of the RCTC was that the races it organised, each opened by the Viceroy of India, were among the most important social events of the calendar year. During the 1930s, the Calcutta Derby Sweeps, organised by the club, was the largest sweepstake in the world. Still in existence today, the private club operates the Kolkata Race Course.

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Caroline Wallace (20th century) - Istabraq

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Description: Bronze Signed with initials, dated and numbered 2/4, to integral base 37.5 x 48.2cm (14 3/4 x 19in.) IMPORTANT: This lot is sold subject to Artists Resale Rights, details of which can be found in our Terms and Conditions.

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Alfred Duke (1863-1905) - The Chase

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Description: Oil on canvas Signed, lower right 46 x 61cm (18 x 24 in.)

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Paul Jones (act. 1855-1888) - Setter and grouse in a Highland landscape

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Description: Oil on canvas Signed and dated 1857 , lower left 20.5 x 25.5cm (8 1/8 x 10 in.)

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A 21st century silver fox

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Description: A 21st century silver fox Realistically modelled 25cm (9 7/8in) high, 52cm (20 1/2in) long, 3421gms (110oz) Please Note: The cataloguing for this lot should read A 21st century Silver fox, Maker’s mark R&SN, London 2015

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John Leech (1817-1864) - A collection of six chromolithographs

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Description: Including: The noble science; Mr. Jorrocks "Come hup! I say You ugly Beast!"; Don't move there, We shall clear you!; No consequence; Hold hard, Master George and Going Days All on wove, published by Thomas Agnew & Sons, 1865 43.2 x 61cm (17 x 24in).(Image) (6) John Leech (1817 - 1864) was a literary illustrator and cartoonist, most notably for Punch magazine. As well as independent sketching, from 1840 Leech produced works for a number of magazines including Bentley s Miscellany where he designed four plates for A Christmas Carol (1843), the Comic History of England (1847 - 1848) and the Comic History of Rome (1852). Later, during the 1850s, Leech produced a number of sporting scenes to accompany the Handley Cross novels by John Surtees. His life-long friend, William Makepeace Thackeray wrote in his obituary of Leech that he always looked at society from the gentleman s point of view IMPORTANT: This lot is subject to VAT and the buyer must pay VAT on both the hammer and the buyer's premium at a rate of 20%

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British School (late 19th century) - A set of four hunting scenes

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Description: Chromolithographs Each titled, lower centre Each c. 25.5 x 32cm (10 x 12 1/2in.) (4)

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Charles Johnson Payne (Snaffles) (1884-1967) - The Staff College Drag Hunt;

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Description: Reproduction printed in colours Each signed in pencil and with the Bits blindstamp 55 x 75cm (22 5/8 x 29 1/2in.), 51 x 66.5cm (20 x 26 1/4in.) respectively, (2) IMPORTANT: This lot is sold subject to Artists Resale Rights, details of which can be found in our Terms and Conditions.Please Note: the second print in this lot "O! To be in England, is without the Bits blind stamps

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Attributed to Dean Wolstenholme, Snr (1757-1837) - Gone Away

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Description: Oil on canvas 36 x 43cm (14 1/4 x 17in.) Held in a 19th century gilt composition frame with scrolling foliage and fox-head corners.

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After Francis Calcraft Turner (1782-1846) - The Young English Fox Hunter, The Dessert

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Description: Original hand-coloured aquatint by Charles Hunt 1841 , J.W. Laird 46.5 x 61.5 cm. (18 1/4 x 24 1/4 in) Unframed

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Jonathan Armigel Wade (b.1960) - The Fall (1616)

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Description: Oil on board Signed, lower left 49 x 81 cm (19 1/4 x 31 7/8 in) Please Note: this lot is NOT subject to ARR and is incorrectly printed in the catalogue

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John Beer (1883-1915) - Common In the Paddock, Epsom; A Parade of Derby Horses; The Start for the Derby; Common Wins

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Description: Watercolour and bodycolour Each signed, inscribed and dated 1891 , lower right Each 26.5 x 36.5cm (10 1/2 x 14 1/2in.) (4) Common (1888-1912) was a British Thoroughbred racehorse and sire, ridden in all his races by George Barrett (1863-1922). He ran five times and won the English Triple Crown by winning 2000 Guineas at Newmarket, the Derby at Epsom and the St Leger. As a colt he was sent into training at Kingsclere with John Porter (1838-1922) , founder of Newbury Racecourse in Berkshire. Common s sire Isonomy is regarded as one of the most outstanding British racehorses of the 19th century, winning the Ascot Gold Cup in 1879 and 1880.

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James Osborne (1940-1992) - Eclipse

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Description: Bronze Signed, dated and numbered ?, 12/30 , to integral marble base 33.3 x 50.8 cm (13 1/8 x 20 in.) British Thoroughbred racehorse Eclipse (1764 - 1789) is largely regarded as one of the world s finest racehorses. Foaled during and named after the solar eclipse of 1 April 1764. By retirement, had won eighteen races including eleven King s Plates. At top speed, Eclipse is attested to have covered 83 feet per second, which equated to roughly 25 feet in a single stride. Eclipse was a large horse for the time, measuring just over sixteen hands (163cm). Despite a difficult temperament, a spell with a rough rider who worked him hard settled Eclipse enough to allow him to be raced. According to contemporary accounts, Eclipse was victorious often without ever being fully extended. James Osborne s (1940-1992) skill in realistically capturing and depicting a fleeting action, whilst adhering to the anatomical strictness of the life models from which he drew inspiration, is what first brought him recognition as a sculptor in bronze. After six years in his studios in London s Covent Garden, Osborne moved to Ireland in 1991, where he stayed until his death in 1992. IMPORTANT: This lot is sold subject to Artists Resale Rights, details of which can be found in our Terms and Conditions.

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Peter Biegel (1913-1988) - Hurdlers

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Description: Oil on canvas Signed and dated i , lower right 50.8 x 76.1cm (20 x 30in.) IMPORTANT: This lot is sold subject to Artists Resale Rights, details of which can be found in our Terms and Conditions.

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Charles Walter Simpson (1885-1971) - Golden Miller winning the Grand National

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Description: Oil on canvas S igned, lower right 71.1 x 101.6cm (28 x 40in.) Literature: Reproduced p12, The Racehorse in Twentieth Century Art, by Claude Berry, the Earl of Halifax (Foreword) Published by The Sportsman's Press; First Edition, 1989 Golden Miller (1927-1957) a Thoroughbred racehorse, was the most successful Cheltenham Gold Cup horse ever, winning the race in five consecutive years between 1932 and 1936. He also is the only horse to win both of the United Kingdom's premier steeplechase races - the Cheltenham Gold Cup and the Grand National - in the same year (1934) as depicted in the present work. IMPORTANT: This lot is sold subject to Artists Resale Rights, details of which can be found in our Terms and Conditions.

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John Harris (circa 1791-1873) & C. Quentery -

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Description: Hand-coloured aquatint after William A Sextie (1821-1887) published by Rudolph Ackermann, 191 Regent Street, May 15th, 1857 . 55 x 72 cm (21 5/8 x28 3/8 in) In 1854 Sextie painted "Saucebox" for Tom Parr. By 1860 Sextie was training horses at Rockley House, Marlborough, Wiltshire and was making a very good living at it. The coming of the railways had made the greatest change that racing had seen, and horses from Rockley House ran all over the country. Rara Avis, a grey filly half owned by Sextie and half by Mr James Clarke, ran 18 times in 1860 at places as far apart as Rochester and Chatham, Liverpool and Ludlow.

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After Alfred Frank de Prades (1840-1895) - Nancy, Winner of the Chester and Goodwood Cups, 1851

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Description: Coloured aquatint by C N Smith Published by J Moore, London, 6th November 1851 , for Moore's celebrated Winners 50 x 70cm (19 3/4 x 27 1/2 in.)

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After John Frederick Herring Sr. (1795-1865) - Amato, Winner of the Derby Stakes at Epsom, 1838

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Description: Hand-coloured aquatint, engraved by C Hunt Published by John Moore, London, 1838 36 x 45cm (14 1/8 x 17 3/4 in.)

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After John Frederick Herring Sr. (1795-1865) - Industry, Winner of the Oaks Stakes at Epsom, 1838

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Description: Hand-coloured aquatint, engraved by C. and G. Hunt Published by John Moore, London, 1838 38 x 45cm (15 x 17 3/4 in.)

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T.J. Atkinson (18/19th century) - George L Fox Esq.

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Description: Mezzotint After F. Grant R.A. Published, 1st October 1888 74 x 56cm (29 x 22in.) Together with D.G. Thompson, Thomas Assheton Smith esq., Engraving,After William Sextie, Published Nov 1st 1868, London, 70 x 86cm (27 1/2 x 34in.); William Giller, T.T. Draice Esq., Engraving and Mezzotint, After William Henry Barraud, Published Oxford, July 1st 1846, 69 x 102cm (27 1/4 x 40in.); Sindici, Stabled Bay, Aquatint, Published 1872, 68 x 88cm (27 x 34 3/4in.) (4)

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Mill Reef, a coloured bisque figure of the racehorse by Albany Fine China Co

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Description: Mill Reef, a coloured bisque figure of the racehorse by Albany Fine China Co. Ltd, modelled by David Lovegrove, limited edition 2/500, on a wooden rectangular base, 37cm high overall; with a certificate and brochure Provenance: Lt Col Douglas Gray OBE (1909-2004), director of the National Stud, presented to him by Albany Fine China in October 1973 for his co-operation during the production of this model (annotated by the Lt Col in the brochure); Thence by descent to the present owner

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A silver and wood 'horseshoes' set by Wakley & Wheeler

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Description: A silver and wood 'horseshoes' set by Wakley & Wheeler, London 1996 Comprising a silver-mounted stake and mallet, and six horseshoes. 38cm (15in) height of stake, 1100gms, (35oz) horseshoe weight (8)

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A limited edition silver plate By Roberts & Dore Ltd

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Description: A limited edition silver plate By Roberts & Dore Ltd, London 1974 The centre with a relief of the champion racehorse Dahlia after John Skeaping RA, no. 926/2000 issued by Crawford & Gilbey 23cm (9in) diameter, 460g (14.8 oz), in a fitted case with accompanying certificate IMPORTANT: This lot is sold subject to Artists Resale Rights, details of which can be found in our Terms and Conditions.

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A Victorian silver cased novelty 'horseshoe

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Description: A Victorian silver cased novelty 'horseshoe' time-piece by William Frederick Williams, London 1879 The frame formed as a stirrup with central swing hinge suspending a glazed Roman dial framed by a silver horseshoe, initialled to reverse, in a velvet-lined red leather case. 14cm (5 1/2in) high.

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Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin (1870-1935) - Horse and Trap

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Description: Coloured chalk Signed, lower right 50.8 x 73cm (20 x 28 3/4in.)

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Peter Biegel (1913-1988) - Study of Dappled Greys

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Description: Oil on board 37.5 x 58.4cm (14 3/4 x 23in.) IMPORTANT: This lot is sold subject to Artists Resale Rights, details of which can be found in our Terms and Conditions.

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John Frederick Herring Snr. (1795-1865) - Two gentlemen

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Description: Oil on canvas Signed and dated 1826 , lower right 71 x 91.5cm (28 x 32 in.) Provenance: Lady Scott, by whom bequeathed to Mr K. Smith-Bingham The present example painted during his early career when he was renowned for portraiting the finest thoroughbreds and prize-winning horses of the British aristocracy and trainers.

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Pierre-Charles Coqueret (1761-1832) - Intérieur d'Ecurie and Le Marchand de Chevaux, after Carle Vernet,

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Description: A pair Mezzotints with engraving Publ. by Rolland, Paris, 1800 and 1803, respectively 42 x 52cm (16 1/2 x 20 1/2 in.), (2)

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After John Frederick Herring Sr. (1795-1865) - Three plates from 'Fores's Thoroughbreds'

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Description: Crucifix, Lanercost; Touchstone, Emma; Sir Hercules, Bees Wings Hand-coloured aquatints by John Harris (c.1791-1873) Published Jan 1 st 1849, by Fores, London Each 50 x 70cm (20 x 27 1/2 in.) (3) Unframed

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A German silver and enamel stirrup shaped cigarette case Maker's mark ALV

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Description: A German silver and enamel stirrup shaped cigarette case Maker's mark ALV (not traced), post 1886 sterling standard, circa 1910, The cover painted with a head portrait of a horse, a cabochon sapphire, a plain push piece, the interior gilt 9.5cm (3 3/4in) long, 148g total weight

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