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Upcoming Lots Related to [Auguste Rodin 1840 1917 Balzac] (18 items returned )

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An early Victorian rosewood duet stand, circa 1840

by Dreweatts & Bloomsbury

May 11, 2016, 1:00 PM BST

Newbury, United Kingdom

Estimate: £400 - £600

Description: An early Victorian rosewood duet stand, circa 1840, with adjustable lyre shaped rests, on a spiral turned column with triform base and bun feet, 113cm high

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An early Victorian mahogany duet stand , circa 1840

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May 11, 2016, 1:00 PM BST

Newbury, United Kingdom

Estimate: £300 - £500

Description: An early Victorian mahogany duet stand , circa 1840, with lyre rests above adjustable stem, tripartite base and bun feet, 127cm high

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A four-keyed English serpent, circa 1840

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May 11, 2016, 10:00 AM BST

Newbury, United Kingdom

Estimate: £1,000 - £1,500

Description: A four-keyed English serpent, circa 1840 , of leather-bound wood with brass mounts, the brass keys with circular covers, ivory-bushed finger-holes, brass crook with ivory mouthpiece, length approximately 240cm.

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A maiden meeting a hermit, Jaipur, circa 1840, at a rural hermitage

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May 17, 2016, 10:00 AM BST

Newbury, United Kingdom

Estimate: £150 - £250

Description: A maiden meeting a hermit, Jaipur, circa 1840, at a rural hermitage, gouache and gold on paper, 177 x 125 mm. Provenance: The Mohamed Makiya Collection (1914-2015)

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An early Victorian rosewood quartet stand, circa 1840

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May 11, 2016, 1:00 PM BST

Newbury, United Kingdom

Estimate: £500 - £800

Description: An early Victorian rosewood quartet stand, circa 1840, each side with sliding ratcheted music stand, the front with drawer and cupboard, the whole on bun feet and brass caps, 87cm high, 48cm wide, 47cm deep

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Two views, one of the Moti Masjid, one of the interior of the Taj Mahal...

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May 17, 2016, 10:00 AM BST

Newbury, United Kingdom

Estimate: £150 - £200

Description: Two views, one of the Moti Masjid, one of the interior of the Taj Mahal Company School, Delhi, circa 1840 watercolours on paper, black margin rules, identifying inscriptions in English in borders, verso with amateur verses, the first dated Cambridge 1840 110 x 180 mm.; 233 x 187 mm. (2) . Provenance: The Mohamed Makiya Collection (1914-2015)

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A square piano by William Kearsing, London, circa 1840

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May 11, 2016, 10:00 AM BST

Newbury, United Kingdom

Estimate: £50 - £100

Description: A square piano by William Kearsing, London, circa 1840, the case veneered with mahogany with rounded front corners and beaded mouldings along the lower edge, the fasciaboard of rosewood with holly stringing and two fretted panels, the six octave keyboard, FF to f4, with ivory naturals and ebony accidentals, double action with mopstick over-dampers, formerly on four turned dragooned legs all but one now absent, inscribed on a boxwood plaque on the fasciaboard William Kearsing, 12, Howland Street, Fitzroy Square, London , length 177cm., depth 68cm., case height 27.5cm. Literature Dow, p. 24 Buyers will need to make themselves aware of domestic CITES regulations with regard to the import and export of endangered species, eg. ivory, tortoiseshell, coral, etc. For advice on CITES export licences please contact info@taxidermylaw.co.uk.

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An upright piano by Ignace Pleyel & Cie., circa 1840

by Dreweatts & Bloomsbury

May 11, 2016, 10:00 AM BST

Newbury, United Kingdom

Estimate: £300 - £500

Description: An upright piano by Ignace Pleyel & Cie., circa 1840, the case veneered with mahogany, the six octave keyboard, FF to f4, with ivory naturals and ebony accidentals, with two pedals controlling una corda and damper lift, tape-check action, two S-shaped legs to the front with lion s paw feet, inscribed on a rectangular holly plaque Médailles d or 1827 & 1834 Ignace Pleyel & Compie Facteurs du Roi Paris, stamped 3748 on the wrestplank, height 108.5cm., width 115cm., case depth 59cm. Literature Crombie, p. 43 Clinkscale, p. 295 Dow, p. 27 Burnett, p. 137 Buyers will need to make themselves aware of domestic CITES regulations with regard to the import and export of endangered species, eg. ivory, tortoiseshell, coral, etc. For advice on CITES export licences please contact info@taxidermylaw.co.uk.

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A prince seated with his consort entertained by musicians on a palace...

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May 17, 2016, 10:00 AM BST

Newbury, United Kingdom

Estimate: £100 - £200

Description: A prince seated with his consort entertained by musicians on a palace terrace Jaipur, circa 1840 gouache and gold on paper, red inner border, blue outer border with panel at top with five lines of nagari script on a gold ground 310 x 229 mm. Provenance: The Mohamed Makiya Collection (1914-2015)

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A grand piano by Collard & Collard, London, circa 1840

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May 11, 2016, 10:00 AM BST

Newbury, United Kingdom

Estimate: £2,000 - £3,000

Description: A grand piano by Collard & Collard, London, circa 1840 , the case with bird s-eye maple panels with an intricate marquetry surround, the lid with pie-crust edging, the keyboard, compass six octaves and three notes, FF to g4, with ivory naturals and ebony accidentals, English grand action, bichord throughout, with an iron hitchpin plate painted bronze with three iron braces, two pedals controlling damper lift and una corda, on six carved cabriole legs, the interior of the fallboard inscribed Patent Repeater, Collard & Collard, late Clementi, Collard & Collard, London , bearing the serial numbers 41978 and 3339 , length 207cm., width 124cm., case height 36cm. ?? This piano was used for "An Evening With Queen Victoria" by Katrina Hendrey starring Prunella Scales Literature Clinkscale, p. 89 Crombie, p. 31 Dow, p. 19 Burnett, pp. 90-91 Discography 2004 Company of Pianos, track 21 Current pitch A=440Hz. Buyers will need to make themselves aware of domestic CITES regulations with regard to the import and export of endangered species, eg. ivory, tortoiseshell, coral, etc. For advice on CITES export licences please contact info@taxidermylaw.co.uk.

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A grand piano by Carl Henschker, Vienna, circa 1840

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May 11, 2016, 10:00 AM BST

Newbury, United Kingdom

Estimate: £3,000 - £5,000

Description: A grand piano by Carl Henschker, Vienna, circa 1840 , the case veneered with walnut with fine double stringing in boxwood, the keyboard, compass six octaves and eight notes, CC to g4, with ivory naturals and ebony overlaid accidentals, Viennese action, two bridges, two lyre-mounted pedals controlling due corde and the damper lift, with music desk, on three octagonal baluster legs, inscribed on the fasciaboard Carl Henschker in Wien in brass inlay surrounded by flowers also inlaid in brass, inscribed in black paint ? on the soundboard C Henschker 233, length 238.5cm., width 130.2cm., case height 35.5cm. Literature Clinkscale, pp. 177-178 Dow, p. 23 Burnett, pp 128-129 Discography 2004 Company of Pianos, tracks 30 & 31 n/d Chopin and Weber, Christopher Kite with The Hanover Band directed by Roy Goodman, Nimbus #5291 Buyers will need to make themselves aware of domestic CITES regulations with regard to the import and export of endangered species, eg. ivory, tortoiseshell, coral, etc. For advice on CITES export licences please contact info@taxidermylaw.co.uk.

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A Regency mahogany duet stand , Erards, London , circa 1815

by Dreweatts & Bloomsbury

May 11, 2016, 1:00 PM BST

Newbury, United Kingdom

Estimate: £800 - £1,200

Description: A Regency mahogany duet stand , Erards, London , circa 1815, the rests with articulated candle arms above a fluted and turned column and tripod base, with inlaid disk "Erard's London" 119cm high, Pierre Erard traded from Great Marlborough Street in 1826-27 and later Little Portland Street between from 1837 where he traded as a pianoforte and music stand maker. An identical music stand in satinbirch is illustrated in C.Gilbert, The Pictorial Dictionary of English Furniture, 1770-1840, London 1996, p.195, pl.326. A penwork music stand by Erard was sold Bonhams, London, Fine English Furniture and Works of Art, 18 November 2009, lot 129 which related to a music stand inscribed 'ERARDS, 18 G Marlborough Str. LONDON, in the collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

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John Warwick Smith (1749-1831) - View of Dinas Dinlle with an eagle and sheep

by Dreweatts & Bloomsbury

May 11, 2016, 1:00 PM BST

Newbury, United Kingdom

Estimate: £1,000 - £1,500

Description: Watercolour over graphite, heightened with white With manuscript note attached to reverse of frame that reads: 'August 2nd 1797/ The strong + early Post called 'Dinas Dinlles on the/ Bay of Carnarvon. Between Carnarvon + Clynnog Vawr./ Probably a Roman + not a British Work.' 13 x 22 cm. (5 1/8 x 8 5/8 in) This group of seven lots were purchased in the 1930s, and were originally part of a portfolio of drawings from one of Warwick Smith's tours of Wales. (Lots 236-243)

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Dorothy Webster Hawksley (1884-1970) - Eve

by Dreweatts & Bloomsbury

May 11, 2016, 1:00 PM BST

Newbury, United Kingdom

Estimate: £5,000 - £7,000

Description: Watercolour and body colour, heightened with white, over traces of graphite Signed and dated 1927 lower right 50 x 36 cm. (19 3/4 x 14 1/8 in) Provenance: Dicksee & Co., Glasgow, 1927 (label on reverse) Anonymous sale; Victor Arwas, Editions Graphic; Julian Machin, London Michael Fairbairn, London; Julian Machin, London Illustrated: Possibly in Tatler, 23rd August 1927, no./page? 457 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 near pair of Regency maple and parcel gilt duet stands, Erards, London

by Dreweatts & Bloomsbury

May 11, 2016, 1:00 PM BST

Newbury, United Kingdom

Estimate: £2,000 - £3,000

Description: Please note the description and image are incorrect for this lot as printed in the catalogue The description should read: Two similar Regency parcel gilt music stands, Erards, London, Circa 1815, one maple the other mahogany, each with rests above a fluted and turned column and tripod base, one terminating with ball feet, 114cm high & 112cm high, each with inlaid disk "Erard's London" Pierre Erard traded from Great Marlborough Street in 1826-27 and later Little Portland Street between from 1837 where he traded as a pianoforte and music stand maker. An identical music stand in satinbirch is illustrated in C.Gilbert, The Pictorial Dictionary of English Furniture, 1770-1840, London 1996, p.195, pl.326. A penwork music stand by Erard was sold Bonhams, London, Fine English Furniture and Works of Art, 18 November 2009, lot 129 which related to a music stand inscribed 'ERARDS, 18 G Marlborough Str. LONDON, in the collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

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A square piano by John Broadwood & Son, London, 1807

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May 11, 2016, 10:00 AM BST

Newbury, United Kingdom

Estimate: £600 - £800

Description: A square piano by John Broadwood & Son, London, 1807 , the case of mahogany with holly and ebony stringing, the fasciaboard and cheeks of satinwood with ebony stringing and mahogany crossbanding, the former with two fretted panels, single action with brass under-dampers, the five and a half octave keyboard, FF to c4, with ivory naturals and ebony accidentals, on six turned tapered legs, inscribed on a boxwood plaque on the fasciaboard John Broadwood and Son, Makers to His Majesty & the Princesses, Great Pulteney Street, Golden Square , and bearing the serial number No 10127, also scratched into the soundboard F. F. Hill, Shackleford, Surrey 14 August 1952 No1 , width 166cm., depth 61cm., case height 27.5cm. Buyers will need to make themselves aware of domestic CITES regulations with regard to the import and export of endangered species, eg. ivory, tortoiseshell, coral, etc. For advice on CITES export licences please contact info@taxidermylaw.co.uk.

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An upright piano by Robert Woffington, Dublin, circa 1790

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May 11, 2016, 10:00 AM BST

Newbury, United Kingdom

Estimate: £3,000 - £5,000

Description: An upright piano by Robert Woffington, Dublin, circa 1790 , the case veneered with various woods including mahogany, satinwood and thuya wood, the upper section with three apertures with floral brass fretwork backed by blue pleated silk, the five octave keyboard, FF to f3 omitting FF sharp, with ivory naturals and ebony accidentals, single action with stickers, trichord throughout, two pedal, the left pedal muting the outer strings of the trichord and the right pedal operating the damper lift, a kneelever controlling the keyboard shift, a brass knob on the right side of the case of uncertain purpose, two square tapered legs to the front, inscribed on the fasciaboard Invented and made by Rob. Woffington, Dublin, with the restorer s label Repaired by Frederick Butler, 26, Essex Quay, Dublin, August 1909 , height 126cm., width 95.7cm., depth 48.3cm. This instrument is one of the earliest examples of an upright piano where the strings extend to the floor, almost certainly predating those made by John Isaac Hawkins and Mathias Müller. The frame is stamped with the letter C with a coronet above, which it was thought might suggest a connection with the Duke of Connaught but so far a reliable link has not proved possible. A similar example is located in the Museum of Fine Art, Boston (Acc. No. 2005.211). Provenance Purchased at Phillips sale on 12th July 1999 Literature Flood, p. 141 Lawrence, pp. 215-219 Dow, p. 30 AMIS, pp. 11-12 Burnett, pp. 37-38 Restoration history 1902 (?) Frederick Butler, Dublin Buyers will need to make themselves aware of domestic CITES regulations with regard to the import and export of endangered species, eg. ivory, tortoiseshell, coral, etc. For advice on CITES export licences please contact info@taxidermylaw.co.uk.

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Iain Macmillan (1936-2006) - The Abbey Road Session, The Complete Set, 8 August 1969

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May 20, 2016, 1:00 PM BST

London, United Kingdom

Estimate: £50,000 - £70,000

Description: Seven chromogenic prints, printed later, each signed and annotated 'AP' in silver ink in the margin, artist's proofs aside from the edition of 25, 34.5 x 34.5cm (13 1/2 x 13 1/2 in) Now among music photography's best known images, the original idea was conceived by Paul McCartney who sketched exactly how he wanted the cover to look. Holding up the traffic, local police gave Macmillan ten minutes to photograph the road and he managed to get six shots. Here are the six frames as well as the back cover. "There can be few surer indications of the iconic status of a photograph than discovering that the original image has been re-cast in three-dimensions; a number of intriguing examples exist. In each case, it is almost as if the momentous nature of the historical event, documented in the photograph, has insisted upon its subsequent immortalisation as a statue. Were it not for the fact that it would probably cause yet more traffic congestion in North London than there already is, there is little doubt that there would already be four bronze figures, unmistakably striding in step across one particularly celebrated pedestrian crossing in NW8. Iain Macmillan s universally acclaimed photograph, featured (of course) on the cover of the Beatles Abbey Road of 1969, is responsible for enough traffic disruption in any case, given that fans from across the globe continue to seek to emulate the most celebrated album cover of all time. Encapsulating a significant cultural moment, it is an image that launched a notorious conspiracy theory, and that clearly still provides a touchstone for fans. The opportunity to see the image in close relation to the only other frames originally shot by the photographer is undoubtedly instructive. By judgment or serendipity (or more likely a bit of both), Macmillan was able to seize upon an instant that continues to have the power to resonate, forty-five years on. Whilst the desire to turn famous images into statues may be understandable, the truly iconic photographs of our times don t actually need to be cast in bronze, or chipped out of marble; in their power to haunt our collective consciousness, they are monumental already." Edward Dimsdale, Senior Lecturer, Photographic Theory University of the Arts, London

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