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                                             INDEX

                               DAY 1: MONDAY 21 JULY 2008

                               SESSION 1: COMMENCING AT 10H00

              AFRICANA, ART REFERENCE BOOKS, GENERAL LITERATURE, MEDALS,
   1 - 334
              TRENCH-ART, MEMORABILIA & NON BOOK ITEMS

                               SESSION 2: COMMENCING AT 15H00

  350 - 600   SOUTH AFRICAN PAINTINGS, WATERCOLOURS & ARTWORKS

  601 - 607   ENGLISH & CONTINENTAL PAINTINGS & SCULPTURES

                               DAY 2: TUESDAY 22 JULY 2008

                                SESSION 3: COMMENCING AT 9H00

  610 - 804   SOUTH AFRICAN COINS, PROOF SETS & Z.A.R.

  805 - 869   GREAT BRITAIN COINS

 870 - 900 A WORLD COINS & MISCELLANEOUS

                               SESSION 4: COMMENCING AT 13H00

 910 - 1030   BRITISH, EUROPEAN & CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN & CERAMIC WARE

1035 - 1047 SOUTH AFRICAN PORCELAIN & CERAMIC WARE

1050 - 1057 CRYSTAL & GLASSWARE

1060 - 1089 SILVER & ELECTROPLATED WARES

1090 - 1107 BRASS, COPPER & METAL WARES

                               SESSION 5: COMMENCING AT 15H00

1110 - 1203   TOYS INCLUDING: TIN PLATE, LEAD SOLDIERS, DOLLS & RUSS BEARS
              COLLECTABLES, MEDALS & MILITARIA INCLUDING THE PROPERTY OF THE
1145 - 1180
              LATE MAJOR J.H. TAYLOR

1181 - 1203   EDGED WEAPONS

                               SESSION 6: COMMENCING AT 16H00

1205 - 1273 ENGLISH & CONTINENTAL FURNITURE & EMBELLISHMENTS

1275 - 1299 CAPE AND SOUTH AFRICAN FURNITURE & EMBELLISHMENTS

1300 - 1309 PERSIAN RUGS & CARPETS
                                               BERNARDI AUCTIONEERS
                                                MONDAY 21 JULY 2008
                                                SESSION 1: AT 10H00
                            AFRICANA, ART REFERENCE BOOKS, GENERAL LITERATURE,
                            MEDALS, TRENCH ART, MEMORABILIA & NON BOOK ITEMS
NO.        AUTHOR.                                          TITLE.

                            Die Suid-Afrikaanse Spoorweë se Pierneefskilderye.
1     ANON.                 Publ. Publisiteits- en Reisdepartemente & S.A.S., 1978 **** Spiral
                            bound thick paperback. (Eerste uitgawe 4000)

                            Cape Town Biennial / Kaapstadse Biennale, 1979. +
                            Kaapstadse Tri ënnale, 1985 + Kaapstadse Tri ënnale / Cape
2     ANON.                 Town Triennial, 1991.
                            Publ. S.A. Nat. Art Museum.; S.A.. Nat. Art Museum; & Rembrandt van
                            Rijn Art Foundation. Glossy paperbacks.

                            Cream : Contemporary Art in Culture.
3     ANON.                 (Including works of K. Geers, K. Hassan & W. Kentridge.)
                            Publ. Phaidon, 1998 *** paperback. (Some pp. loose)

                            Hulde aan Irma Stern / Homage to Irma Stern, 1894-1966 .
4     ALEXANDER, F.L.
                            Publ. S.A.. National Gallery, 1968 ***** glossy paperback cat.

      ALEXANDER, F.L.       Parys en die Suid-Afrikaanse Kunstenaars, 1850-1965.
5
      et al                 Publ. S.A. Nas. Kunsmuseum, 1988 ***** glossy paperback cat.

      ATKINSON, B. et       Robert Hodgins.
6
      al.                   Publ. Tafelberg, 2002 ***** thick paperback, dw.

                            Art in South Africa : The Artists of the Rocks.
7     BATTISS, W. *         Publ. Red Fawn Press, (pref. date)1948 *** cloth, dw. Signed. No.
                            162/500. (Stuart Hendry's Ex Libris pasted on flyleaf.) See lot no.285

                            Limpopo.
      BATTISS, W.
8                           Publ. J.L. van Schaik, 1965 *** cloth, dw. + Silkscreen - named:
      (Signed-silkscreen)
                            "Baobab, no. 92/134 & signed.

                            Contemporary South African Art, 1985-95 : From the South
9     BEDFORD, E. edit. African National Gallery Permanent Exhibition.
                        Publ. S.A. Nat. Gallery, 1996 ***** glossy paperback cat.

                            Art and Artists of South Africa : An Illustrated Biographical
10    BERMAN, E. *          Dictionary…
                            Publ. A.A. Balkema, 1970 **** E.D.L., dw. No. 22/200. Signed-author.

                            Remembering Irma : Irma Stern - A Memoir with Letters.
11    BERMAN, M.
                            Publ. Double Storey Books, 2003 ***** glossy paperback.
                        Cecil Higgs : Close up - a Biography.
12   BERTRAM, D.
                        Publ. W. Waterman, 1994 ***** plain, dw.

                        Maggie Laubser - Retrospective Exhibition, 3rd July - 2nd
     BOKHORTS, M.       Sept., 1969
13
     preface.           Publ. S.A.. Nat. Gallery, 1969 **** staple -bound glossy paperback
                        cat.

                        Sibusiso Mbhele : and, His Fish Helicopter.
14   BOLOFO, K.
                        Publ. Power House Books, 2002 **** plain, dw.

                        Gregoire Selfportrette / Selfportraits.
15   BORMAN, H. *       Publ. Stellenbosch Kunsgallery, 1997 **** skivertex, dw. Dated &
                        signed - artist.

                        South African Prints and Drawings.
16   BULL, M. compl.
                        Publ. S.A. Nat. Gallery, 1971 ***** paperback cat.

                        Douglas Portway.
17   BUTCHER, G.M.
                        Publ. XX Twentieth Century Masters, 1963 *** thick paperback cat.

                        Beads and Beadwork of West and Central Africa.
18   CAREY, M.
                        Publ. Shire Ethnography, 1991 ***** thick paperback.

     CARMAN, J. &       Walter Battiss : Gentle Anarchist.
19
     ISAAC, S. edit.    Publ. Standard Bank Gallery, 2005 ***** plain.

                        Kromdraai.
20   CLAERHOUT, F.
                        Publ. E. Marx, 1982 **** plain, dw. See lot no. 335.

                        Christus en die Ander Persoon.
21   CLAERHOUT, F.*
                        Publ. Promedia, ? **** plain. Signed- artist. See lot no. 335.

                        The Art of African Textiles.
22   CLARKE, D.
                        Publ. Grange Books, 2002 ***** plain, dw.

     CRUMP. A.          The Standard Bank Corporate Art Collection.
23
     compl.             Publ. Standard Bank Art Gallery, 1990 *** cloth, dw.

                        Irma Stern : Expressions of a Journey.
24   CULLEN, P. et al
                        Publ. Standard Bank Gallery, 2003 ***** glossy paperback.

                        Maggie Laubser - Early Works from the Silberberg Collection
25   DELMONT, E.        / Vroeë Werke…
                        Publ. S.A. Nat. Gallery, 1987 ***** staple -bound thick paperback cat.

                         and, Finally, God made Women.
26   DE WET, A.
                        Publ. Graphic publications, 1972 *** paperback. 1000 copies.

                        Africa : An Artist's Journal.
27   DONALDSON, K.
                        Publ. Pavilion, 2001 (Pre-face) ***** glossy paperback.
                          Irma Stern Museum.
28   DUBOW, N.
                          Publ. Univ. of Cape Town Museum, 1971 *** glossy paperback cat.

                          Irma Stern .
29   DUBOW, N.            Publ. C. Struik, 1974 *** plain. (Newspaper cuttings pasted in book,
                          front & back.)

                          Maud Sumner.
30   EGLINGTON, C.
                          Publ. Purnell & Sons, ? ***** plain, dw.

                          Contemporary South African Art : The Gencor Collection.
31   GEERS, K. edit.
                          Publ. J. Ball, 1997 ***** glossy paperback.

                          Between the Cape and Cairo - Tony Grogan paints Malawi :
                          An Anthology of Painting and Personal Experience in the
32   GROGAN, T.
                          Warm Hart of Africa.
                          Publ. Central Africana Ltd., 1995 **** plain, dw.

     GROSSKOPH,           Hendrik Pierneef : Die Man en Sy Werk.
33
     F.W.                 Publ. J.L. van Schaik, 1945 *** cloth. (Spine's tail & head damaged.)
     GUASSARDO, M.        National Ceramics Quarterly. No. 27 + No. 37.
     edit. +              Publ. M. Guassardo. paperback.
34
      CRUISE, W.          Earthworks / Claybodies.
     curator.             Publ. Novel Promotions, 2003 **** thick paperback.
                          Ons Kuns. No. 1.
     HENDRIKS, A. et
                          Publ. "Lantern", 1959 **** thick paperback & tie.
     al.  +
35                        Our Art. No. 2.
     MEIRING, A.L. et
                          Publ. S.A. Ass. for Advancement of Knowledge & Culture, 1961 ****
     al.
                          thick paperback, plastic w.
                          The Women of Olifantsfontein : South African Studio
36   HILLEBRAND, M.       Ceramics / Die…
                          Publ. S.A. Nat. Gallery, 1991 ***** glossy paperback cat.
     HOBBS, P. &          Printmaking : In a Transforming South Africa.
37
     RANKIN, E.           Publ. D. Philip, 1997 ***** glossy paperback.
                          George Pemba : Against all odds.
38   HUDLESTON, S.
                          Publ. J. Ball, 1996 ***** glossy paperback.
                          Suid-Afrikaanse Kunstenaars, 1900-1062 .
     JEPPE, H. +          Publ. Afrikaanse Pers-Boekhandel, 1964 *** cloth, dw.
39
      LEWIS, D.           The Naked Eye.
                     Publ. P. Koston, 1946 *** cloth, dw.
     JOUBERT, D.M. & Gregoire Boonzaier : Impressions of Trees.
40
     SCHOONRAAD, M. Publ. U.P., 1990 ***** plain, dw.
                          Azaria Mbatha : Retrospective Exhibition.
     LEEB-DU TOIT, J. Publ. DAG & Contributors, 1998 ***** thick paperback cat.
41
     edit.            Kay Hassan.
                      Publ. Hatje Cantz, 2000 ***** glossy paperback cat.
                      Sekoto : The Art of Gerard Sekoto .
42   LINDOP, B.
                      Publ. Pavilion, 1995 ***** plain, dw.
                          Johannesburg Art and Artists : Selections from a Country.
43   LISSOOS, S. et al.
                          Publ. Johannesburg Art Gallery, 1986 **** thick paperback.
     MACKAY, R. &    Last Letters from the Wilderness.
44   CATHERINE, N. * Publ. Joburg Records, 1978 **** glossy paperback with silkscreens.
     artist.         Signed in pencil-artist.
                            Suid-Afrikaanse Kuns van die Twintigste Eeu / Twentieth
45   MARTIENSSEN, H. Century ...
                     Publ. Human & Rousseau, 1966 *** cloth, dw.
     MAWDSLEY, J,    Zimbabwe Stone Sculpture.
46
     curator.        Publ. Chapungu Sculpture Park, 1997 ***** thick paperback cat.
                            Land and Lives : A Story of Early Black Artists.
47   MILES. E.
                            Publ. Human & Rousseau, 1997 **** plain, dw.
                            Nomfanekiso - Who Paints at Night : The Art of Gladys
48   MILES. E.              Mgudlandlu.
                            Publ. Fernwood, 2002 ***** cloth, dw.
                            A Liberatory Vision : Maggie Laubser - from the Sanlam Art
49   MILES. E.              Collection. / 'n Bevrydende …
                    Publ. Sanlam Life Insurance, 2004 ***** glossy paperback cat.
     MONTGOMERY, J. C. Thornley Stewart : The Man and His Art.
50
     edit. / compl. Publ. Central Press, ? **** plastic ring-bound thick paperback.
                            Villa at 90 : His Life, Work and Influence
51   NEL, K. edit. et al.
                            Publ. J. Ball, 2005 ***** plain, dw.
                            J.H. Pierneef : His Life and His Work.
52   NEL, P.G. edit.
                            Publ. Perskor, 1990 **** plain, dw.

                            The Quivering Spear : and, Other South African Legends &
53   NEVIN, T.A. *          Fables.
                            Publ. QS, 1996 ***** plain, dw. No. 1648/3500. Signed-artist/author.

                            The Dictionary of South African Painters and Sculptures :
54   OGILVIE, G.            Including Namibia.
                            Publ. E. Read, 1988 ***** plain, dw.
                            George Milwa Mnyaluzwa Pemba.
55   PROUD, H. edit.
                            Publ. S.A. Nat. Gallery, 1996 ***** glossy paperback cat.
                            Images of Wood : Aspects of the History of Sculpture in 20 th
56   RANKIN, E.             -Century South African.
                      Publ. H. Merenski Foundation, 1989 **** glossy paperback.
     REDGRAVE, J.J. & Frederick I'Ons - Artist.
57
     BRADLOW, E.      Publ. M. Miller, 1958 *** cloth, dw.
     REYNOLDS, R.     The Elvery Family : A Memory - Dorothy Kay.
58
     edit.            Publ. Carrefour Press, 1991 ***** plain, dw.
                            Irma Stern and the Spirit of Africa.
59   SACHS, J. *            Publ. J.L. van Schaik, 1942 *** cloth spine, plain, inscription- author.
                            + I. Stern postcard.
                            Erich Mayer.
60   SCHOONRAAD, M.
                            Publ. U.P., 1990 **** plain.
                            Nuwe Groep / New Group, 1938-1954.
61   SCHOONRAAD, M.
                            Publ. S.A. Nas. Kunsmuseum, 1988 **** thick paperback cat.
     SCHOONRAAD,            Suid-Afrikaanse Spot- en Strookprentkunstenaars.
62
     M.& E.                 Publ. CUM -Boeke, 1983 *** plain. Inscription -Elsabé.
     SITTENFELD, M.         William Kentridge.
63
     edit.                  Publ. Abrams, 2002 ***** cloth, dw.
                            Rock Engravings from Driekops Eiland : and, Other Sites
64   SLACK, L.M.            South-West of Johannesburg.
                            Publ. Centaur Press, 1962 *** cloth, dw.
                           Kaffie Pretorius en haar W êreld.
65   SPIES, L. introd.
                           Publ. SMK., 1992 *** plain.
                           Walter Battiss - 3-17 November :The Critic Speaks & The
     STEIN-LESSING,
                      Painter Speaks / Die Skilder Praat.
66   M. & BATTISS, W.
                      Publ. Galerie Vincent ? *** paperback cat. with pasted colour print.
     *
                      Inscription, sketch & signed-artist.
                           Willem Boshoff : Word Forms and Language Shapes, 1975-
     SIEBRITS, W. * *
67                    2007. Publ. Standard Bank Gallery, 2007 ***** paperback. Signed-
     curated.
                      Siebrits & artist.
                           World Art : Africa.
68   STEPAN, P.
                           Prestel, 2001 ***** plain, dw.
                           Tretchikoff .
69   TIMMINS, H.
                           Publ. Howard Timmins, 1969 **** cloth, dw.
     VAN NIEKERK, M. Memorandum.
70
     & VAN ZYL, A.   Publ. Human & Rousseau, 2006 ***** plain, dw.
                           T'kmam-Adamstor : Inventions of Africa in a South African
71   VLADISLAVIČ, I.       Painting.
                           Publ. Witwatersrand University, 2000 **** plain, dw.
                           Pretoria : Views from the Past - a Selection of Paintings and
72   WELZ, S. ** compl. Linocuts from the Alec Wapnick Collection.
                        Publ. U.P., 2008 ***** plain, dw. Signed- Wapnick & Welz.

                           My Father.
73   WENNING, H.
                           Publ. H. Timmins, 1976 *** plain, dw.

     Collection of 3 art cat. (Alexis Preller) + 2 Southern Africa review of Contemporary Art &
74
     Culture magazines.

     EUROPEAN ART :-

                           Goldsmith to the Imperial Court of Russia : Faberg é, 1846-
75   ANON.
                           1920. Publ. Victoria & Albert Museum, 1977 **** paperback cat.

                           Griffen & Sabine : An Extraordinary Correspondence.
76   BANTOCK, N.
                           Publ. Chronicle Books, 1991 **** plain, dw.

     GENERAL CATEGORY BOOKS :-


             A.

                           A Newspaper History of South Africa.
77   ALHADEFF, V.
                           Publ. D. Nelson, 1976 *** plain, dw., pp. 136 & illustrations.
                           Nederland Transvaal - Gedenkboek : opgedragen, Aan het
                           Volk van Transvaal en Oranje-Vrijstaat.
78   ALLARD, H.J. et al.
                           Uitgave, F.B. van Ditmar, 1899 ** paperback. Handwritten facsimile.
                           (Spine broken & cover battered.)
                           The World's Greatest Sea Disasters.
79   ALLEN, K.S.
                           Publ. Odhams Books, 1969 *** plain, dw., pp. 254 & illustrations.
                           Africanderism - The Old and the Young : Letters to John Bull,
     ANGLO-
80                         Esquire.
     AFRICANDER.
                           Publ. S. Low, Marston & Co., 1902 *** cloth, 86. (Marks on cover.)
             The Holy Bible : Clarified Edition - The complete text of the
             authorized King James Version to which are added
             approximately 9,000 informative parallel renderings......
81   ANON.
             Publ. Consolidated Book Publishers, 1966 **** buffalo (?) leather,
             thumb-index, illustrations, pp. 1328, map & encyclopedic index,
             concordance, & dictionary. First 2 pp. fleuron. (Christ' s words in red.)

             Biblia : Dat is de Gantsche H. Schrifture vervattende alle de
             Canonijken Boeken des Ouden en des Nieuwen Testaments …
82   ANON.   Gedrukt, Nederlandsche Bijbel Co., (pref. date)1822 *** bruin leer
             met geelkoperhoeke en -'gedraaide pilaar' slotte. (Front hinge loose,
             front flyleaf with crack & last blank p. loose.)
             Bijbel : Dat is de Gantsche H. Schrift vervattende al de
             Kanonijke Boeken des Ouden en des Nieuwen Testaments …
83   ANON.
             Gedrukt, Britsche & Buitelandsche Bijbelgenootschap, 1887 *** swart
             leer met koperhoeke en - plat slotte.
             Die Groot Bybelse Prenteboek : Met Bypassende
84   ANON.   Skrifgedeeltes. Publ. Verenigde Protestandse Uitgewers, 1956 ****
             leather, pp. 207 & illustrations.
             Westbrooke : The Residence of the State President, Cape
85   ANON.
             Town. Publ. Department of Public Works, 1989 ***** leather cat.
             1860 - 1960 Eeufees van die Suid-Afrikaanse Spoorweë /
             Centenary …
86   ANON.   Publ. S.A.S., 1959 ** spiral bound paperback.
             South Africa.
             Publ. S.A.R. & H.,? ** staple bound paperback.

             Rand Pioneers : First Annual Report with Appendices, 1904.
             Printer, Bartholomew & Taylor, 1904 *** cloth, pp. 108 & illustrations.
             Rand Pioneers : Second Annual Report with Appendices,
             1905. Printer, W.H. Burmeister & Co., 1905 *** cloth, pp. 144 &
87   ANON.   illustrations.
             Rand Pioneers : Third Annual Report with Appendices, 1906.
             Printer, R.G. McKowen & Co., 1906 *** cloth, pp. 117 & illustrations.
             Rand Pioneers ; Fourth Annual Report with Appendices.
             Publ. K.B. Dickinson, 1907 *** cloth, pp. 140.
             We Fought the Miles : The History of the South African
88   ANON.   Railways at War, 1939-1945.
             Publ. S.A.R.? *** cloth spine, plain, pp. 120 & illustrations.
             Cape of Good Hope - Report of the Select Committee : On the
             Jameson Raid into the Territory of South African Republic.
89   ANON.
             Publ. W.A, Richards & Sons, 1896 *** blue/green paperback.
             (Not clean, & foxing))
             The Gold Fields of South Africa : comprising, The History,
             Extent, Locality and Geological Formation of the Various Gold
90   ANON.   Fields - copiously illustrated.
             Publ. D. Edwards & Co., 1890. ** cloth, pp. 915 & illustrations.
             (Flyleaf loose, shaken in covers & spine damaged.)
             Pretoria Oost Eindschool : Herinneringsalbum, 1897-1922.
             Printer, Wallach's Bpk., 1922 *** paperback with tie (replaced), pp. 40
91   ANON.
             & illustrations. 2 Pierneef pen-&-ink facsimile drawings on cover.
             (Tears in cover.)
                          Historic Tableaux on Tiles. / Historiese Tablo's op Te ëls.
92    ANON.               Publ. Publicity & Travel Department, S.A.R.& A., ? **** spiral- bound
                          paperback.
                          Royal Automobile Club of South Africa : Route book.
93    ANON.
                          Printed, Cape Times, 1938 *** cloth, pp. 355, maps & loose map.
                          Louis Botha : Album. (van onthulling van Botha-standbeeld.)
                          Publ. L. Botha Memorial Committee, 1946 *** staple-bound
94    ANON.
                          paperback. (Last 2 pp. moth eaten around edges & water stain on
                          right top corner of all pp.)
                          The Graphic : An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper. Oct. - Dec.
                          1899 & Jan., 1900
95    ANON.
                          Publ. ? * leather spine & -corners.
                          ( Cover shaken, pp. & ¼ of top spine mis. )
                          The Graphic : An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper. Jan.-March,
96    ANON.               1900.
                          Publ. ? l900* (Rebound with pp. torn & mis.)
              B.
                          South Africa and Its Future. (Including the Commercial &
      BADEN-POWELL; General Gazetteer of S.A.)
97
      BLELOCH, W. et al. Publ. D.E. M'Connel & Co. ? *** ¼ leather & -corners, cloth, pp. 441,
                         illustrations & maps.
                         The Birds of West and E çuatorial Africa. Vol. 1- 2.
      BANNERMAN,
98                       Publ. Oliver & Boyd, 1953 *** cloth, dw. Vol. 1, pp. 795. Vol. 2, pp.
      D.A.
                         729, & illustrations. (Frontis. missing).
                          Cape Antique Furniture : A Comprehensive Pictorial Guide to
    BARAITSER, M. &
99                  Cape Furniture.
    OBERHOLZER, A.
                    Publ. Struik, 2004 ***** plain, dw., pp. 432.
    BARAITSER, M. * Cape Country Furniture.
100 & OBERHOLZER, Publ. A.A. Balkema, 1971 **** E.D.L., pp. 286. No. 167/200. Signed -
    A. *            2 authors. (Cello tape marks.)

                          The Times : Survey Atlas of the World - A Comprehensive
    BARTHOLOMEW,          Series of New and Authentic Maps, reduced from the National
101
    J.G. cartographer.    Series…. Publ. The Times, 1922 ** cloth, 112 plates/maps &
                          Gazetteer -pp.259. (Loose in cover & last pp. battered.)

                          The Transvaal War, 1880 - 1881.
102 BELLAIRS, Lady.
                          Publ. C. Struik, 1972 **** rexcine, dw., pp. 500. (Facsimile reprint.)

                          Act by Act - 40 Years of Nationalist Rule in South Africa : A
103 BERRY, A.             Cartoon History.
                          Publ. Lowry Publishers, 1989 ***** glossy paperback.
                          The German Plot in South Africa : and, Its Connection with
      BLELOCH, W.E. &
104                    the Gold of the Far East Rand - a R ésum é.
      O'FLAHERTY, A.E.
                       Publ. Cape Times, 1917 *** paperback, pp. 72 & map.
      BOSHIER, A &        Witchdoctor / Toordokter.
105
      COSTELLO, D.        Publ. Museum of Man & Science, 1975 *** glossy paperback.
                          Stellenbosch, 1679-1929.
                      Publ. Stadsraad by Hortors Bpk., 1929 *** cloth, pp. 149 &
106 BOUMAN, A.C. et al.
                      illustrations. (Cover with stains.)
                          A Soldier's Story : of, The Allied Campaigns from Tunis to the
107 BRADLEY, O.N.         Elbe.
                          Publ. Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1951 **** cloth, dw., maps & illustrations.

                          The Story of Africa : and, Its Explorers.
                          Publ. Cassell & Co., 1895 *** cloth, with cloth print, pp. 312 &
108 BROWN, R.
                          illustrations.
                          (Water stains on 4 pp. of A Classified Catalogue & flyleaves replaced.)

                          The Turn of the Tide, 1939-1943 : A Study based on the
                          Diaries and Authobiographical Notes of Field Marshal The
109 BRYANT, A.
                          Viscount Alanbrooke.
                          Publ. Collins, 1957 *** cloth, dw., pp. 766 & maps.
                          Impressions of South Africa.
110 BRYCE, J.             Publ. Macmillan & Co., 1899 *** cloth, pp. 499 & map.
                          (Front cover slightly damaged.)

      BRYER, L. &         The 1820 Settlers.
111
      HUNT, K.S.          Publ. D. Nelson, 1987 **** glossy paperback, pp. 80 & illustrations.

                          Shaka's Country : A Book of Zululand.
                          Publ. H.B. Timmins, 1952 *** cloth, pp. 306 & illustrations.
112 BULPIN, T.V.
                          Natal and the Zulu Country.
                          Publ. Books of Africa, 1966 *** plain, pp. 456 & illustrations.
      C.
                          Calburn's Birds of Southern Africa : Paintings, Field Sketches
                          and Field Notes.
113 CALBURNS, S. *        Publ. Purnell, 1969 ***** leather, pp. 250, illustrations & tie. E.D.L.
                          No. 80/250. Signed - author. With sketch of 3 Black Korhaans on
                          blanco p.
                          South Africa : From the Great Trek to the Union.
      CANA, F.R. +        Publ. Chapman & Hall, 1909 ** cloth, pp. 340 & maps.
                          (shaken & foxing on flyleaf, blank - & half p.)
                          The Voortrekkers of South Africa : from the Earliest Times to
       NATHAN, M. +       the Foundation of the Republics.
114                       Publ. C.N.A., 1937 *** cloth, pp. 428, maps & illustrations.
                          South Africa, 1486-1913.
       TILBY, A.W.    +
                          Publ. Constable & Co., 1914 *** cloth, pp. 632. (Back hinge loose)
                          The Great Trek.
       WALKER, E.A.       Publ. Adam & Charles, 1948 *** cloth, pp. 389, illustrations & 3
                          maps.
                          Lintsomi : ZasemaMpondweni / Folk-tales from Mpondoland.
      CANTRELL, J.V. +
                          Publ. U.P., 1978 **** plain, dw., pp.155 & illustrations.
115
                          Zulu Boy.
       GOLDIE, F.
                          Publ. Macmillan, 1968 **** plain, dw., pp. 104 & illustrations.
                          The Gold Miners.
                          Publ. Purnell & Sons, 1963 **** cloth, dw., pp. 340 & illustrations.
    CARTWRIGHT,           Golden Age : The Story of the Industrialization of South
116
    A.P.                  Africa and the Part played in it by the Corner House Group of
                          Companies, 1910-1967.
                          Publ. Purnell & Sons, 1968 ***** cloth, dw., pp. 363.
                          A Time to Die.
117 CARY, R.
                          Publ. H. Timmins, 1968 **** plain, dw., pp. 178 & illustrations.
                           Hillbrow.
      CLAY, P. +
                      Publ. D. Nelson, 1982 ***** plain, dw., pp. 128 & illustrations.
       MACPHAIL, E.M. The Story of Westcliff : A Chronicle of a Kind.
      +               Publ. Palala Press, 1986 ***** plain, dw., pp. 104 & illustrations.
118
                           A View from the Ridge : Johannesburg Retrospect.
       WENTZEL, J. +
                           Publ. D. Philip, 1975 **** plain, dw., pp. 112 & illustrations.
                           Abe Berry's Johannesburg.
       BERRY, A.
                           Publ. Tafelberg, 1982 **** plain, pp. 95 & illustrations.

                           Doc Craven's Tribute : The Legends of Springbok Rugby,
119 CLAYTON, K. edit. 1889-1989.
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                           The Marshall Cavendish Illustrated Encyclopedia : of, World
120 COLLINS, J.L. edit. War II. Vol. 1-25. (Vol. 3 & 21 mis.)
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                           The Bob Connolly Story.
121 CONNOLLY, B. *         Publ. H. Timmins, (pref. date) 1957 *** plain, dw., pp. 192 &
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                           The Cape Kitchen : A Description of its Position, Lay-out,
                           Fittings and Utensils.
122 COOK, M.A. *
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                           More than Sunburnt : Africa - mostly above the Equator.
123 CORTRELL, K.
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                           Cookery Illustrated : and, Household Management.
124 CRAIG, E.
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                           South Africa and the Transvaal War. Vol. I, V, VI & VII.
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125 CRESWICKE, L.
                           Vol. V, pp. 199
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                           Vol. VII, pp. 212. Each vol.- illustrations & maps.
                           The Outlanders : The Men who made Johannesburg.
126 CRISP, R.
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                           Adolf Hitler.
127 CROSS, C.
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      D.
                           The Spell of South Africa.
      DEVITT, N. +         Publ. H.F. & G. Witherby Ltd., 1938 *** cloth, pp. 216. (Spine loose
                           on one front side.)
                           South Africa from Within.
       NATHAN, M. +
128                        Publ. J. Murray, 1926 ** cloth, pp. 324 (Map missing.)
       LITTLE, W.J.K.      Sketches and Studies in South Africa.
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                           The Real South Africa.
       PRATT, A.
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                           Mobiele Oorlogsvoering : 'n Perspektief vir Suider-Afrika.
129 DE VRIES, R.           Publ. F.J.N. Harman, 1987 **** leather, pp. 198 & illustrations.
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                           Die Geskiedenis van die Suid-Afrikaanse Polisie, 1913-1988
    DE WITT                /The History…
130
    DIPPENAAR, M.          Publ. M. De Witt Dippenaar, 1988 ***** leather, pp. 882 &
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                          The Migrations of Birds.
131 DORST, J.
                          Publ. Heinemann, 1961 *** cloth, dw., pp. 476 & illustrations.

                          Young Pretoria, 1889-1913.
132 DUNSTAN, Z. *         Publ. L. Dunstan, 1975 *** leather, pp. 331 & illustrations. Inscription,
                          dated & signed -author. (Rebound, front blank p. missing.)

    E.
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    EBERSOHN, D. *        Mense van Suid-Afrika / People of South Africa.
133 artist. +             Publ. C. Ebersohn, ? **** rexcine, pp. 122. Signed- author.
     VAN DER              My Mense.
    MERWE, K.             Publ. Makro Boeke, 1979 **** plain, dw., pp. 71.
    ENGELBRECHT,          Centenary Album : Pretoria's First Century in Illustration.
134
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      ESTERHUYSEN,
135                       Publ. Nas. Kultuurhistoriese Museum, 1980 **** plain, dw., pp. 183 &
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136 FERREIRA, O.J.O. Transvaal. Publ. Makro-Boeke, 1978 **** plain, dw., pp. 422, map
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                          The Transvaal from Within. : A Private Record of Public
    FITZPATRICK,          Affairs. Publ. W. Heinemann, 1899 ** cloth, pp. 452. (Free
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137 GIBBS, H.             Background to Bitterness : The Story of South Africa, 1652-
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                          Publ. F. Muller, 1954 *** cloth, pp. 255.
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      FLAHERTY, T. &      House of Bondage, by Ernest Cole.
138
      COLE, E. photogr.   Publ. A Ridge Press Books, 1967 ***** cloth, dw.
                          Tanks in Camera : The Western Desert, 1940-1943.
139 FLETCHER, D.          Publ. Budding Books, 2000 **** plain, pp. 186 & archive photographs
                          from the Tank Museum.
                          Parrots of the World.
140 FORSHAW, J.M.         Publ. T.F.H. Publications, 1973 *** plain, pp. 584 & illustrations.
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      G.
                          Mafeking : A Victorian Legend.
141 GARDNER, B.
                          Publ. Cassell, 1966 *** cloth, dw., pp. 246, maps & illustrations.
    GILLES, A.F. &        Golden Heritage : A South African Gallery.
    STOKES, C.S. *        Publ. S.A. Nat. Council for the Blind, 1963 **** ¼ leather & - corners,
    compl. +              cloth, pp. 114 & illustrations. E.D.L. Signed- Stokes.
142
    STOKES, C.S. *        Sanctuary.
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                          Die Kaap tydens die Eerste Britse Bewind, 1795-1803.
143 GILOMEE, H.
                          Publ. H.A.U.M., 1975 *** plain, dw., pp. 378. (Underlinnings & notes.)

                          Antiques and Bygones : Notes for South African Collectors.
144 GODFREY, D.
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                          The Enchanted Door : A Discourse on Africana book-
                          collecting, with notes on Famous Collectors, Collections and
145 GODFREY, D.
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                          Lords of the Last Frontier : The Story of South West Africa
146 GREEN, L.G.           and its People of all Races.
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                          Old Africa - Untamed.
147 GREEN, L.G.
                          Publ. H. Timmins, 1974 *** plain, dw., pp. 260 & illustrations.
    GREYVENSTEIN,         Toyota : Springbok Saga - a Pictorial History from 1891.
148
    C.                    Publ. D. Nelson & Toyota, (pref.date) 1977 *** plain, pp. 271.
                          Kitch : Triumph of a Decent Man.
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                          The Unbeaten Lions : The 1974 British Isles Rugby Union
149    REASON, J. +       Tour of South Africa.
                          Publ. Rugby Books, 1974 *** plain, dw., pp. 258 & illustrations.
     MEDWORTH,            History of Natal Rugby, 1870-1964.
    C.O. edit & compl.    Publ. H. Timmins, ? *** cloth, pp. 184 & illustrations.
    H.
    HAMMOND-              University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg : Catalogue - Ten
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    NETTLETON, A.         Publ. Wits University Art Gallery, 1989 **** thick paperback, pp. 139
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150
     BRETT, M.            Maasai : A Superb Photographic Souvenir. (English / Deutsche /
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                          Orlando - The Marmelade Cat : A Trip Abroad.
                          Publ. Country Life. Ltd., 1949 *** cloth spine, plain, dw., pp. 32.
151 HALE, K.              Orlando - The Marmelade Cat : His Silver Wedding.
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                          The Voortrekkers : and, Other Poems.
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152
     LEFEBVRE, D. * War : and, Other Poems.
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                    The Naming of Johannesburg : As an Historical Commentary .
153 HIRSCHSON, N.
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                          Veld Plants of Southern Africa.
      HOBSON, N.K. et
154                   Publ. Macmillan, 1975 ***** plain, dw., pp. 310 & illustrations.
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155 (VAN RENSBURG,
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                      case.
                          Johannesburg : The Cosmopolitan City.
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156
                         A History of Johannesburg : The Early Years.
       LEYDS, G.A. +     Publ. Nasionale Boekhandel, 1964 **** plain, dw., pp. 318.
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156
       JACOBSSON, D.     Fifty Golden Years : of, The Rand, 1886-1936.
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       SYMONDS, F.A.     The Johannesburg Story.
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                         Our Green Heritage : A Book about Indigenous and Exotic
    IMMELMAN,       Trees in South Africa…
    W.F.E. edit.  + Publ. Tafelberg, 1973 **** plain dw., pp. 332 & illustrations.
157 DE WINTER, et   Sixty - Six Transvaal Trees.
    al. +           Publ. Botanical Research Institute, 1966 **** cloth, dw. pp. 175.
     LETTY, C.      Trees of South Africa.
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    ISEMONGER, R.M. Snakes of Africa.
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                         The Reptiles of the Kruger National Park.
     DE VILLIERS, U.
                     Publ. Nat. Park Boards, 1966 **** glossy paperback, pp. 223 &
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                     illustrations.
     VISSER, J.      Poisonous Snakes of Southern Africa : and, The Treatment of
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                         Women : South Africa Remembers.
159 JAFF, F.
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                         Gold Mining on the Witwatersrand. Vol. I-II.
160 JEPPE, C.B.          Publ. Transvaal Chamber of Mines, 1946 *** cloth, illustrations &
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                         Gold Fields : A Centenary Portrait.
161 JOHNSON, P.          Publ. Weidemann & Nicholson, 1987 ***** cloth, dw., pp. 256 &
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      KHAYYÁM, O. &
      FITZGERALD, E.     Rub áyy át.
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                         Pippa's Songs.
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162
                         Elegy : Written in a Country Churchyard.
       GRAY, T. +
                         Publ. G.G. Harrap & Co.? *** leather, pp. 64.
                         Poems by Shelly.
       SHELLY, P.B. +
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       TENNYSON, A.      The Poetical Work of Alfred Lord Tennyson.
                         Publ. Macmillan & Co., 1891 *** leather, pp. 203.
                         Onder die Kindere van Cham : 'n Versameling Artiekels oor
                         Volkekunde en Sendingbaanbrekers uit Suidwes-Afrika en
163 KLING, H.
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                         Do You Know Johannesburg ?
      KNOX, P. * &
164                      Publ. Unie-Volkspers, 1947 **** cloth, dw., pp. 113, map &
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                           Biographical Memoirs and Reminiscences.
                           Vol. I-II.
165 KOTZE, J.
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                           The Republican Presidents.
166 LAMB, D.               Publ. Perskor, 1971 *** plain, pp. 119 & illustrations.
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                           Letters and Journals of Jonathan Swift.
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                           Pride and Prejudice.
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       AUSTEN, J. +
                           Mansfield Park.
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                           The Seven Lamps of Architecture.
       RUSKIN, J. +
                           Publ. G. Routledge & Sons, 1907 *** leather & tie, pp. 231.
     GOETHE. &
167                        Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship and Travels.
    CARLYLE, T. transl.
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    +
     THACKERY,             Essays, Reviews, Etc., Etc.
    W.M. +                 Publ. T. Nelson & Sons, 1901**** leather, pp. 616.
                           Tom sawyer and Huckleberry Finn.
       TWAIN, M.       +
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       STEVENSON,          Catriona : Being Memiors of the further Adventures of David
      R.L.                 Balfour - at Home and Abroad.
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      LANGENHOVEN,         Versamelde Werke. Vol. I-XVI.
168
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                           Ons Weg deur die Wereld : En andere Stukkies en Brokkies -
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169
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                           The Land of the Golden Trade. (West Africa)
170 LANG, J.               Publ. Claxton Publishing Co.,? *** cloth, pp. 315, illustrations & maps.
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                           The Mind of Adolf Hitler.
171 LANGER, W.C.
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                           Die Boer se Roer tot Vandag : Die Ontwikkeling van die
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172
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    LAUBSCHER, L. * The Carolin Papers : A Diary of the 1906/07 Springbok Tour.
173 & NIEMAN, G.      Publ. Rugbyana Publishers, 1990 **** plain, dw., pp. 235 & ties.
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                           Black and White : A Season with the Sharks.
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174                        Publ. S. Laurénz & P. Mitchell, 1999 **** plain, pp. 176 &
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      LEWIS, T.H.          Children of South Africa : In the Time of the Great War.
175
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                          When Johannesburg and I were Young.
176 LOUW, J.M.
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    LUCAS, A. & PIKE,     Wild Flowers of the Witwatersrand.
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177
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                          A Natal Family Looks Back.
178 LUGG, H.C.
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179 MACDONALD, S.
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    MACMILLAN, A.   Homes of the Golden City .
180 compl. &        Printed Hortors, Ltd., 1948 *** cloth, dw., pp. 265 & illustrations.
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181                       Publ. W.H. & L. Collingridge, ? *** cloth, pp. 544 + index, illustrations
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182 MALAN, D.F.           Publ. CSV., 1913 *** cloth, pp. 86 & map.
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                          Rytuie van Weleer.
183 MALAN, J. *           Publ. J.L. van Schaik, 1981 **** plain, dw., pp. 152 & illustrations.
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184 MALAN, J.
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185
                          The Fall of the Kruger's Republic.
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                          Seymour Vandeleur - Lieutenant-Colonel, Scots Guards &
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186 MAXSE, F.I.           Officers in the Acquisition of Colonies and Dependencies in
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                          Gems, Minerals and Rocks in Southern Africa.
187 McLVER, J.R.
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                          The Road to El Dorado.
188 McNISH, J.T.
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                          Woodworking - The New Wave : Today's Design Trends in
189 MEILACH, D.Z.         Objects, Furniture and Sculpture with Artist Interview.
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                          President Steyn : A Biography.
190 MEINTJIES, J.         Publ. Nasionale Boekhandel, 1969 *** plain, dw., pp. 272 &
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                          Stormberg : A Lost Opportunity : The Anglo-Boer War in the
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191 MEINTJIES, J.
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                          General Louis Botha : A Biography.
192 MEINTJIES, J.         Publ. Cassell, 1970 *** cloth, dw., pp. 332 & illustrations.
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                          The Annotated Jules Verne : Twenty Thousand Leagues under
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193 MILLER, W.J. rev.
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194 MONTGOMERY, F.
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195 MOORE, D.M.
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                          Twenty-Five Centuries of Sea Warfare.
196 MORDAL. J.            Publ. Souvenir Press, 1965 *** plain, dw., pp. 419 & illustrations.
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197 MORLEY, G.            Publ. F. Muller, 1963 *** plain, pp. 143 & illustrations.
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198
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199                     Historical Research.
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200 NOCK, O.S.
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                          Pioneers : The Men who opened up South Africa.
201 NOTCUTT, H.C.         Publ. T.M. Miller, 1924 *** plain, dw., pp. 186 & maps.
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    O.
    OBERHOLSTER,          Oorlogsdagboek van Jan F.E. Cilliers, 1899-1902.
202
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                          The Boer War.
203 PAKENHAM, T.
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                          Trees of Central Africa.
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      PALGRAVE, K.C. &
204                    illustrations. (Flyleaves with cellotape marks.)
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                          Trees of Southern Africa.
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                          African Mythology.
205 PARRINDER, G.         Publ. P. Hamlyn, 1975 *** plain, dw., pp. 139 & illustrations
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                          The Story of Our South African Flag.
206 PARTRIDGE, A.C.
                          Publ. Purnell & Sons, 1966 **** plain, pp. 67 & illustrations.
                          Eggs of Birds Breeding in Southern Africa.
                          Publ. R. Maclehose & Co., 1948 *** cloth, pp. 180 & illustrations.
      PRIEST, C.D. +      (Cellotape marks on fly leaves.)
207
                          Priest's : Eggs of Southern African Birds.
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                          Which One's Cliff?
208 RICHARD. C. *         Publ. Hodder & Stroughton, 1977 plain, dw., pp. 156 & illustrations.
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                          Shaka Zulu : The Rise of the Zulu Empire.
209 RITTER. E.A.          Publ. Longmans, Green & Co., 1955 *** cloth, dw., pp. 383, maps &
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210
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                          The Rand Rush : 1886-1911 Johannesburg's First 25 Years in
                          Pictures.
211 ROSENTHAL, E. + Publ. AD. Donker, 1974 **** plain, dw., pp. 134 & illustrations.
     LOUW, J.M.     Wagon-tracks and Orchards : Early Days in Sandton.
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                          Meet Me at the Carlton : The Story of Johannesbug's Old
212 ROSENTHAL, E.         Carlton Hotel.
                          Publ. H.B. Timmins, 1972 ***** cloth, dw., pp. 157 & illustrations.
                      The South African Saturday Book : A Treasury of Writing and
                      Pictures of South Africa, Old and New Homely and
      ROSENTHAL, E. * Extraordinary.
      compl. +            Publ. Hutchinson, ? Cloth, pp. 224 & illustrations. Signed-author.
213                       People and Places : Sketches from South African History.
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       MILLIN, G.         South Africa.
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                          The History of Old Durban : and, Reminiscences of an
214 RUSSELL, G.           Emigrant of 1850.
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215 SACHS, B. *           Publ. Kayor Publishing House, 1949 *** cloth, dw., pp. 255. Signed-
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                          Beroemde Suid-Afrikaanse Krygsmanne.
216 SCHOLTZ, L. edit.
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                          Gladstone and Kruger : Liberal Government and Colonial
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217 SCHREUDER, D.M.
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                         From my African Notebook.
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                         illustrations. The Africa of Albert Schweitzer.
218 SCHWEITZER, A.
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                         On the Edge of the Primeval Forest.
                         Publ. A. & C. Black, 1955 plain dw., p. 127
                         Shakespeare's Tragedy of Hamlet.
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219 SHAKESPEARE.         Sonnets.
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                         Stamps of South Africa - Handbook Catatalogue : Golden
                         Jubilee Edition.
    SHEFFIELD, W.N. Publ. Philatelic Federation of S.A., 1960 *** skivertex, dw., pp. 400 &
220 et al edit. +   illustrations. ( Pp. 0-17 water stains on top.)
     ROSENTHAL, E. The Cape of Good Hope Triangular Stamp : and, Its Story.
                    Publ. A.A. Balkema, 1957 **** plain, dw., pp. 48 & illustrations.
                    Pasted stamp plates. See lot no. 284.
                         Pictorial History of Johannesburg.
221 SMITH, A.H.          Publ. Juta & Co., 1956 **** ¼ cloth, plain, dw., pp. 127 &
                         illustrations. (D.w. water stain.)
                         Johannesburg Firsts / Johannesburg Eerstes.
                         Publ. Africana Museum, 1976 **** cloth with print. Typed copy.
222 SMITH, A.H. col.
                         (Written in pencil: 200 copies only.) Belonged to Denis Godfrey, 1976.
                         See lot no.
                         Johannesburg Street Names : A Dictionary of Street, Suburb
                         and Other Place-Names, compliled to the end of 1968.
      SMITH, A.H. +      Publ. Juta & Co., 1971 **** cloth, dw., pp. 629.
223
       ANON.             The City of Johannesburg : Official Guide.
                         Publ. R. Beerman, 1962 *** cloth with Johannesburg's coat of arms.
                         Pp. 205.
                         Jan Christian Smuts.
224 SMUTS, J.C.
                         Publ. Cassell & co., 1952 *** cloth, pp. 568, illustrations & maps.
                         Mein Leben. Vol.I-II.
225 STANLEY, H.M.        Publ. Die Lese, G.M.B.H., 1911 ** paperback. Vol.I, pp. 388 & Vol. II,
                         pp. 520 & map. (Both vol. loose pp.)
                         Orchids of the Tropical Africa.
                    Publ. W.H. Allen & Co., 1970 *** cloth, dw., pp. 117 & illustrations.
    STEWART, J. +   (Front cover & - dw. mouldy.)
226
     STEWART, J. et Wild Orchids of Southern Africa.
    al.             Publ. Macmillan, 1982 ***** plain, dw., pp. 307, maps & illustrations.

                         Through Malan's Africa.
227 ST. JOHN, R.
                         Publ. V. Gollancz, 1954 *** plain, dw., pp. 320
                         Wall Street and the Rise of Hitler.
228 SUTTON, A.C.         Publ. '76 Press, 1976 *** cloth, pp. 220. (Water staines on cover &
                         small brown mark on last 19 pp. - bottom corner.)
                         Dessins…/The Ornamental Designs of Chippendal : from, The
    SYMONDS, R.W.        Gentleman and Cabinet-Maker's Directory, 1762.
229
    (preface)            Publ. Alec Tiranti, Ltd, 1949 *** cloth, dw., pp. 24 & pp. 80 with
                         illustrations. French/English. (Cover water stains & dw. battered)
                        Buller's Campaign.
230 SYMONS, J.          Publ. Cressent Press, 1963 **** plain, dw., pp. 312, maps &
                        illustrations.
      T.
                        The Origins of the Second World War.
231 TAYLOR, A.J.P.
                        Publ. H. Hamilton, 1961 **** plain, dw., pp.296 & maps.
                        Indomitable Spirit : The Story of Hanna and Carl Meyer of
                        Kimberley.
232 THORNE, E. *        Publ. Historical Society of Kimberley & N. Cape, 1971 *** paperback,
                        pp. 143, map & illustrations. No. 185/200. Signed-author. (Top &
                        bottom of spine broken.)
                        Tribal Peoples of Southern Africa.
233 TYRRELL, B.         Publ. Books of Africa, 1968 ***** plain, dw., pp. 206 & illustrations.
                         st.
                        1 Edition.
    V.
    VAN DER ROSS,       Geskiedenis in Beeld / History…
234
    R.E.                Publ. M. Miller, 1962 *** plain, dw., pp. 274 & illustrations.
                        The Buildings of Johannesburg, 1886-1940 : From the Mining
      VAN DER WAAL ,
235                     Camp to Metropolis.
      G.-M.
                        Publ. C. van Rensburg, 1987 ***** cloth, dw., pp. 268.
                        Ships & How they Sailed Seven Seas. (5000B.C. -A.D. 1935.)
236 VAN LOON, H.W.
                     Publ. G.G. Harrap, 1935 *** cloth, pp. 304 & illustrations.
    VAN RIEMSDIJK, The Pictorial History of Steam Power .
237
    T.J. & BROWN, K. Publ. Octopus, 1980 *** plain, dw., pp. 192 & illustrations.
                     Gestaltes en Diere. Nas. Boekhandel, 1958 **** linneband &
                     omslag
                  Die Halwe Kring. Nas. Boekhandel, 1958 **** linneband & omslag.
                  Liberale Verset. Nas. Boekhandel, 1958 **** linneband & omslag.
    VAN WYK LOUW,
238               Alleenspraak. Nas. Pers, 1947 **** linneband & omslag.
    N.P.
                  Raka. Nas. Boekhandel, 1956 **** linneband & omslag.
                        Maskers van die Erns. Afr. Pers-boekhandel*** linneband
                        Dias. Tafelberg, 1987 *** Gewoneband
                        Lojale Verset. Nas. Boekhandel, ? *** Sagtekarton.

    VON             The Story of Men : A Brief History of the Regt. De La Rey and
239 BROEMBSEN, S.E. the Witwatersrand Rifles and their Association.
    compl.          Printed: "The Potchefstroom Herald", 1948 *** cloth, pp. 129.

      W.

                        Lord Milner and South Africa. - The Raleigh Lecture on
240 WALKER, A.E.        History. Publ. H.M. Amen House, 1918 *** paperback, pp. 26.
                        (Disintegrating spine)

                        African Village.
241 WALTON, J. *        Publ. J.L. van Schaik, 1956 ***** leather, pp.170 & illustrations.
                        E.D.L. No. 88/100. Signed-author.

    WANNENBURGH,
                    The Bushmen.
242 A. & JOHNSTON,
                    Publ. Struik, 1979 *** plain.
    P. et al artist
                            The Medicinal and Poisonous Plants of Southern Africa :
    WATT, J.M &
                            being, An Account of their Medicinal Uses, Chemical
    BREYER-
243                         Composition, Pharmacological Effects and Toxicology in Man
    BRANDWIJK,
                            and Animal.     Publ. E. & S. Livingstone, 1932 *** cloth, pp. 314
    M.G.
                            & illustrations.
                            A Teacher's Manual of Drawing : For Elementary and High
244 WESTON, W.P.            Schools.
                            Publ. T. Nelson & Sons, cloth *** cloth, pp. 168.
                            The Indigenous Palms of Southern Africa.
                            Publ. H. Timmins, 1969 **** plain, dw., pp. 62 & illustrations. No.
245 WICHT, H.               487/1000.
                            Palms for Gardens in Southern Africa.
                            Publ. H. Timmins, 1962 **** plain, dw., pp. 70 & illustrations.
      Y.

                            Spiders of Southern Africa.
246 YATES, J.H.
                            Publ. Books of Africa, 1968 ***** plain, dw., pp. 200 & illustrations.
                            They seek a Country. 1940.
      YOUNG, F.B.           Far Forrest. 1936. (Blanco p. missing.)
247
                            The City of Gold. 1939. (Small tear top spine)
                            All Publ. W. Heinemann *** cloth.

      Z.

      ZIEL, R. &            The Twilight of World Steam.
248
      EAGLEESON, M.         Publ. Hamlyn, 1975 *** plain, dw.

      PICK A BOOK & MAKE A BID:-

      22 Assorted books about aloes, ericas, ferns, flowers, gardening, pelargoniums, proteas,
249
      etc.

      COLLECTIONS OF BOOKS, CATALOGUES, MAGAZINES & RUGBY SIGNATURES:-


    AFRIKAANSE POËSIE : 12 Bundels = BRETENBACH. B.; BUNNING, TJ. compl.; DU
250 PLESSIS, K.; EYBERS, E. x 2 ; LEIPILDT, C.L.; OPPERMAN, D.J. compl.; TOTIUS x 3
    ; VAN DEN HEEVER, C.M. & WATERMEYER, G.A.


251 14 CHILDREN books. 1 With 75 speed L.P. record.

                             A set of 7 Books. Publ. J.M. Dent & Co.? leather.(2 spines broken at
252 RHYS, E. edit.
                            top & bottom) art deco decorations on spine, front cover & flyleaves.

      Cape Times Annual, 1940 . Publ. C.N.A. paperback. Portrait of the Prime Minister.
253
      (Genl. J.C. Smuts.)
      5 Fauna & Flora : Transvaal. No. 4, 13, 17, 18 & 19. Publ. Provinsiale Administrasie.
254
      Paperback annuals.
      10 LANTERN. Jaargang/ Volume: 1, No. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, (1949) + 5 from later dates.
255
      ( 1st. one without spine)
                            Dekade / Decade. 1 + 2.
256 STARK, U. edit.
                            Publ. TRUK, ? thick paperback, coloured illustrations.
    20 Springbok Ruby Players' (deceased)
    Signatures: Louis BABROW; Jaap BEKKER; Theuns BRIERS; George DANEEL; P.A.
    Du TOIT; Floors DUVENHAGE; Okey GEFFIN; Geoff GRAY; Dug HOPWOOD; Basil
257
    KENYON; G.P. (Flappie) LOCHNER; Tiny NAUDÉ; Jan PICKARD; Chum OCHSE; Keith
    OXLEE; Fred SMOLLAN; Jack VAN DER SCHYFF; J.C. VAN DER WESTHUIZEN; Frank
    WARING & Morris ZIMERMAN. Information on reverse.



      ALBUMS, CALENDAR, POSTCARDS & SOUVENIRS:-

    Album containing a compendium of sporting autographs, photo's & miscellaneous of
    boxing, cricket, golf, rugby & tennis - majority referring to boxing, including S.A. sport &
    world personalities.             83 Photo's, 19 postcards, etc. & a collection of autographs
258 to numerous to mention. For example Gene Fowler, Billy Wade; Richards; John Arlott;
    Johnny Ralph; Harry Winkler; Springboks, 1949 - Chris Koch, Hansie Brewis, C. Moss, Ryk
    van Schoor, A. Griffen, Tjol Lategan, Jack van der Schyff, etc.; Tommy Larner; Gerald
    Dreyer; Billy Graham; Terry Allen; Vic Toweel; etc., etc.

      Grocott & Sherry's Album of Johannesburg . Publ. Grocott & Sherry, 1898 *** cloth.
259
      Short history of Johannesburg & 51 illustrations. (Cover soiled)
    Picturesque South Africa : An Album of Two Hundred and Fifty Choice
    Photographic Engravings - consisting of Beautiful Views of Colonial Scenery,
260 interesting Phases of Colonial Life, and Characteristic Pictures of the Chief Cities
    and Towns in South Africa.                Publ. D. Edwards & Co. ? *** cloth with art
    nouveau decoration, pp. 228. (Cover faded)
    Transgariep. Printed for S.A. Permanent Building Society, 1975 *****
261 A calendar with 12 Thomas Bains' coloured plates with captions. 235 x 327 mm. (Size of
    plates.)
    Album with 26 post cards: Pageant of South Africa. ** cloth spine, plain.
262
    (Cover soiled, pp. loose & back flyleaf damaged) Post cards no. 1-24.
      Album with 200 post cards + 2 loose. People & Tribes of African People. Few -
263
      handcoloured. *** cloth.
      Latest Views of Johannesburg & Environs : Being Reproductions from Recent
      Photographs. Publ. Mendelssohn & Bruce, (1902)? *** cloth, pp. 60, with illustrations
    both sides.                      (Crack in front cover & loose in covers.)
264
    Two illustrations of Pretoria: Government Buildings & Church Square; + original sepia
    photo of Church Square in times of the peace declaration (?), 1902 pasted on blanco p.
    Souvenir.
    Souvenir of United South Africa. Publ. G.B. & Co.? **** cloth, illustrations. Historical
265 notes on: S.A Union; Transvaal & the Gold Fields; Pretoria; Durban; Pietermaritzburg &
    Bulawayo.
    Queen Alexandra's Christmas Gift Book : Photographs from my Camera.
266 Publ. "The Daily Telegraph", 1908 *** cloth, illustrations & pasted plates. (3 missing)
      Souvenir.
      FRAMED & GLAZED :-

      Botaniese studie van 3 soorte lelies: I - Fraxinella, II - Epipactis angustisfolijs & III -
267
      Asbodelus Liliaceus. Gekleurde afdruk. 51 x 42 cm.


      T. Butler. Zulu Warrior . Klipdrift Collection. Coloured plate. 260 x 185 mm.
268
      Zulus and Kaffirs of South Africa. Supplement to The Illustrated London News, Feb.
      22, 1879: Hand coloured. 300 x 210 mm.
      3 Identically framed Player's Cigarettes. (cards) - characters from Dickens :
269
      Mr. Dombey, Dan'l Peggotty & Rogue Riderhood. Information on reverse of cards.

    The Graphic, pp. 801, Dec. 14, 1901. "Never again." Ex- President Kruger receiving a
    Boer deputation at a sitting of the council at Pretoria. (Glass cracked.) 145 x 310 mm.
270
    F. Matania. An Unexpected find: A scene in a deserted farm in the Orange River Colony. A
    small British column passing by (sic!) gathering fruit - enough to eat and to spare. (plate.)
    210 x 300 mm.
    2 Gekleurde afdrukke: De Moord van Piet Retief . + Die Slag van Bloedrivier.
271
    Beskrywing van gebeure onderaan afdruk. 480 x 704 mm. (Watermerke op altwee.)
                             Das Sechste Buch der Welt Beschreibung durch Sebastianum
                            Münster aus den erfahrenen Cosmographen und Historien -
                            schreibern zusammen gelesen und in eine Ordnung gestellt.
      MÜNSTER, S.
272                         Affrica mit seinen Besondern Ländern / Thieren / und
      (1489-1552)
                            wunderbarlichen Dingen . Part I.
                            Vacant Africa with hand coloured rivers, mountains, regions & outline.
                            Framed & glazed. 285 x 170 mm. (1st. page(?) of book.)
      Soldiers ( Imperial Light Horses?) at a water hole. Caption: Uncle Arthur 5 th. from left.
273
      Somewhere in South Africa, 1900. (Glass cracked.) Original photo. 150 x 200 mm.

    7 Identically framed. Arms of the British Empire Cigarettes.
    (Cards: No. 1-50.) No. 18 - Cape Town ; No. 25 - Natal ; 2 x No. 31 - Transvaal ; No. 37
274
    - Rhodesia; No. 45 - Johannesburg & No. 50 - East India Company. Satin. Information on
    reverse. Other 39 cards - unframed. (No. 4, 5, 20, 27 & 36 missing.)

      "Forget me not" postcard. France, 26-5-(19)16. Embroided with Kind Regards. 130 x 80
275
      mm.

      LITHOGRAPHS, POSTER, PRINTS & WATER COLOUR:-


276 Frans CLAERHOUT. Coloured print of man & woman, signed . 240 x 180 mm.


277 Chas E. CORMAC. Lithograph of General J.C. Smuts. 275 x 188 mm. (Creasing marks.)

      André ENGLISH. Water colour & pencil drawing of water bird, signed & dated, '73:
278
      Africana Jacana / Groot Langtoon. 200 x 140 mm.
      Ernst DE JONGH. 2 Coloured lithographs, signed & no. Shield III + Shield IV. 660 x 455
279
      mm.
      Gordon VORSTER. Pact Opera, 1987 poster designed & signed by . Publ. SAA. 490 x
280
      520 mm.
      2 Coloured prints: The Tsitsa Waterfall , 185 x 110 mm. + The Gates of St. John's
281
      River .          1886 (?) 110 x 185 mm.
      2 Coloured parrot prints: "Platycercus Flaveolus ". + "Psephotus Pulcherrimus. "
282
      Publ. Hullmandell & Walton. See lot no. 140.

      MAPS;-

                            Central and South Africa.
    BARTHOLOMEW,            Publ. J.G. Bartholomew, ?, *** paper mounted on cloth. In lower
283
    J.G.                    corners vignette of Cape Town, Port Elizabeth, Lourenço Marçues,
                            Durban & communications to Africa. (Creasing marks.)
                           Groote Historiese Schoolatlas.
284 HETTEMA, H.            Publ. W.E.J. Tjeenk ? ** cloth. 36 maps.
                           (Without spine & loose in cover)
                           Plan of Pretoria & Suburbs.
    VAN DER BEN, F. Publ. J.H. de Bussy. Circles drawn every ½ mile from centre of
285 & LUNDEWALL, E. Church Square Pretoria Erven = 220 x 117 C.F. Burger Right Erven =
    compl.          240 x 120 C.F. Municipal Boundary shown thus. Scale of Cape Feet,
                    English Feet & Metres. Paper squares on cloth.


      PHILATELY:-

      1st Dagkoevert: Eeufees - Pretoria-Centenary, 1955 . Met gekanseerde seëls van S.J.P.
286
      Kruger & M.W. Pretorius.
       st.
    1 Day of Issue. Cape of Good Hope, 1853-1953. Centenary of Postage Stamps.
287 South Africa. First Day of Issue - 1st, September 1953. With cancelled 2 x 1d. + 2 x 4d.
    Stamps. See Lot no. 218

      PHOTO'S:-


288 5 Photo's of Durban during Anglo-Boer war. (facsimile)


289 8 Photo's of Johannesburg, during Anglo-Boer War. (facsimile)


      PORTFOLIO'S :-

                           Bushman Art.
                           Publ. Red Fawn Press, ? *** Information brochure + 42 pp. with
290A. BATTISS, W.
                           pasted illustrations, & hand written captions in pencil & some in pen
                           & ink. (Some pp. sun damaged. Cover soiled & small tears)
      LATE ENTRY:
                           Frans Claerhout : Morwa Wa Lerato.
                           Publ. A Kreatiew Uitgewers, Bk., 1992. Handgedrukte boek. No.
290B. SPIES, C.**          56/100, signed - author & artist. Information -19 pp. & 25
                           Handgedrukte syskerms - signed artist. No.1-26. In signed wooden
                           cover.

      MISCELLANEOUS :-


291 S.A.P. 4 28. Ammunition belt with 5 pockets/pouches. Leather.

     Union - Castle Line. 4 Menus, 1955 +1 Children's Dinner menu. + Sailor with flag.
292 (Moveable sailor with piece of string.) + RMS. "Windsor Castle" pencil - miniature ship in
    top - original cover.


      WAR P.O.W. ARTEFACTS, MEDALS, ETC.:-


      ANGLO BOER WAR:-
293 Borsspeld. Silwer. 'n Z.A.R. 2 Shillingstuk met karikatuur (faux) Kruger op voorkant.

      Brilhuisie. Hout. Gravering onder mekaar: "Van J.N. Krynauw. Aan J. Varkkampt,
294
      Darrells. Eild. "
      Bybeltjie. Klip. Voorkant: P.B. De Wet. Onderkant: Geloof, Hoop Liefde. Versiering
295
      met drie-blaartjies in hoeke. (2 Hoeke gesplinter.)

296 Candlestick. Alloy. Griffiths & Browett, Ltd., 1901.


297 Fotoraam. Hout. Snywerk in vorm van huis met 4 vakke vir foto's. (Beskadig)

      Fotoraam. Hout. Snywerk in vorm van gewelhuis, 12 vakke met foto's & poskaarte.
298
      (Beskadig)

299 Invalids cup. White enamel with blue line. (Enamel chipped) Rare.

      Kinderbeld. 15 Z.A.R. koperpennies met skakels geheg. (2 Pennies se skakels stukkend) L.
300
      59 cm.

301 Ladies' boot. Wood. 3 Overlapping pieces with 3 tiny-tiny brass pins decorated. H. 5 cm.


302 Lepel & vurk. Hout. Lepel gewone grootte, vurk ekstra lank.

      Trick box. Wood, oblong. Stamped on both sides: "Belle Vue" in circle & around "Censor
303
      Prisoner of War." & DV Voster, POW, ?? Written in pen.
      2 Napkin-rings. Bone. ST. H. POW. inscribed on each. (1 with 2 cracks) + Napkin-ring.
304
      Wood. Fern engraving with "1902 & Bermuda ." (Crack in it.)

305 Pop. Hout. Gewrigte (behalwe hande & voete ) met lyn geheg en beweeglik. L. 293 mm.

      Skuifkassie met ebbehout struktuur, houtvoering en buitekante met ystervarkpenne en
306
      beentappe afwerking. (2 Kante sonder penne.)

    Snuifdosie. Ebbehout. Skarnier opening, met blaretakkie versiering en " A.G.B. " op deksel
    en "Aan Johanna " op sykant. + 2 Crocheted neck ties, 1 beige & 1 with colours. (Last
307 one damaged.) Made by Johanna Nezar's grandfather. See: Sunday Times Metro, APRIL 18,
    1999 . p.11 - included. & OOSTUIZEN, P. : Boer War Memorabilia . Publ. The Alderman
    Press, 1987. p. 98-99.

      Stamp box. Wood. 4 Stamp squares. Engraved: "4 th Batt. Glosterregt. 1900-1 St.
308
      Helena ."    With sphinx & "Egypt" in oval setting.

      OBJECTS of the time :-


309 Latern slides. Scenes from Anglo Boer War. From: The Sphere . 17 Fine & 11 damaged.

      Tin chocolate box. (with chocolate) On top: Embossed profile of queen Victoria.
310
      "South Africa, 1900 & I wish you a happy new year - Victoria".

      Ladysmith Siege: 5 'Journals', written, printed & "publ." by English soldiers:
      The Ladysmith Bom Shell, 1899 : Stealing a March upon Piet Joubert - Idignant
      at the loss of his (Bible).
311
      "Publ. & printed by English Soldiers, 1899." Earl Robert.- artist. Front p. with drawing + 5
      loose pp. of handwritten poems, jokes & riddles. Photocopy.
      The Ladysmith Bom Shell, Nov.'99 : The Last Stand of the Boers in Natal. Earl
312
      Robert - artist. Front p. with drawing & 5 handwritten loose pp. Photocopy.
    The Ladysmith Bom Shell, Dec. 7. '99 : In Commemoration of the Ladysmith
    Wives and Daughters who Bravely Held Their Homes During the Prolonged Sige.
313
    Earl Robert - artist. Printed & Publ. G.W.L., 9 Dec. '99. Front p. with drawing & 5 loose
      handwritten pp. Photocopy.
      The Christmas Number of The Ladysmith Bom Shell, Dec. 1899 : Santa Claus
      Delayed. Printed and published at Ladysmith, 23 Dec. '99. G.W.L. Earl Robert.- artist.
314
      Front p. with drawing + 5 loose pp. of handwritten Christmas message, philosophical
      thinkings & dialogue between White & Buller. Photocopy.

    The Ladysmith Bom Shell, Jan. 1 st. 1900 : "Come what come may, Fine and the
315 hour runs through the roughest day" . Publ. & printed at Ladysmith, Jan. 1900. G.W.L .
      Earl Robert.- artist.   Front p. with drawing + 5 loose handwritten pp. Photocopy.




      MEDALS, MEDALLIONS & other Related Objects of War:-


      GERMAN:

    Wilhelm Lamertz's military pass, 1915 + battle records (dated 1934) + medals he
                                                                      nd.
    received:     1 Bar with 3 ribbons & 3 medals: 1914 Iron Cross, 2 Class.; 1914
316 "Treue Dienste" Cross & Weimar 1914-18 War Service Cross. (Cross of Honour)
    + Testimonial certificate, 1928 - document of identification that was presented with
    Cross of Honour. + Photo of W. Lametrz (?) wearing the medals.

317 Nazi buckle. Brass.


      SOUTH AFRICAN:

      British War Medal, 1914-20. Date 1919. Silver. No.4987. Recipient: PTE. B.E.
318
      Collins. Rif. Brig., 1914-1918. In original caser.

319 Defence Medal. Date 1945. Cupro-nickel.


320 Royal Visit / Koninklike Besoek, 1947. 1 Silver + 1 Bronze medallion. Original cover.

      1914-5 REBELLION & WORLD WAR II P.O.W. ARTEFACTS :-

      2 Cigarette cases Aluminium, inscribed inside one: "1943 Italian POW." & "E-P." on top.
321
      Engraving & needle pointillism decorations.

322 12 Faces made of bottle's cork.

      Genl. Smuts half profile in thin metal plate on black painted wood. Obverse: "1942.
323
      Italian Pris. Of War. Zonderwater. P.O.W. Camp. Cullinan. Pretoria."
    On top of Nelly cigar box, (made in Holland): "Volks Opstand. 1914 Helfort, 1915.
324 Johannesburg" with black paint. + a "Price List & Buyers' Guide, 1914. "- little
    pocket book & other misc items. (Lid damaged at back side.)

      Hand mirror. Wooden sliding cover. Carved: H.M.H.S. Oxford Shire. Exel. H.M.T.S.
325
      Queen Alexandra & "The Rangers". Obverse - all the battle places?
      "Hate Belt" with numerous badges of army regiments, buttons, etc.+ Leather strip with
326
      army regiments' badges & distinctive marks.
      Ring. Metal with coloured front. + 2 Leather bracelets with metal fronts & sweetheart
327
      photo's.
      2 Sweetheart's fabric hearts, decorated with beads on pins. With "The Royal Sussex
328
      Reg t " emblem in the centre. (Distressed.)
      Tea tray. Teak. Raised carved & encised stylised leaf & flower decorations. Inscribed on
329
      reverse in pencil: Port Napier…? ,1914 . Split. 300 x 420 mm.
      Water bottle top/ Billy can. Engraved: Anno 1942 with springbuck, lion & three
330
      figures.

331 Trench art: Paper knife. A 303 cartridge as handle, brass blade in a scimitar form.

      Trench art: Swagger stick consisted of 9 empty cartridges, 1 live (point) & button top. 2
332
      Tigers emblems & 2 "First City" on side.

    On pieces of brown holland (pillow case?), coloured drawing of an Oriental woman's
333 portrait, in a landscape with snow, mountain, river & flowers' surrounding. + Drawing of
    a temple by a "Jap P.O.W. Guam, August, 1946." + drawing of Mussolini. PNF.


      VIETNAM WAR ARTEFACTS :-


    Mug with lid. 1974 Enamel, chipped. + Vietnamese Phrase Book . Publ. Headquarters,
334 Dept. of Army, Washington, 1962 ** cloth, pp. 176. (Front & back blank pp. mis. & hinges
    lose.) + 4 hand made coat of arms + small flag: Blue & red with yellow star.
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              DAY 1: MONDAY 21 JULY 2008
             SESSION 2: COMMENCING AT 15H00

               S A PAINTINGS, WATERCOLOURS & ARTWORKS


LOT                               DESCRIPTION                                      ESTIMATE


      AMPENBERGER, IRIS (SA 1916 - 1981) Oil on board, "A man with
350   two glasses", signed, inscribed with the title on the reverse               5 000 - 8 000
      (44 x 28.5cm)

      ANDERSEN, NILS SEVERIN (SA 1897 - 1972) Oil on board, "Stormy
351                                                                               8 000 - 12 000
      seascape with waves crashing over a ship", signed (60 x 90cm)

      BADENHORST, FRANCOIS (SA 1934 - ) Oil on canvas on board,
352   "Rural landscape with figures & workers' cottages - after the rain",        1 000 - 3 000
      signed & dated '78 (48.5 x 83.5cm)

      BADENHORST, PHILIP (SA 1957 - ) Oil on paper, "Figure in an
353                                                                               1 000 - 2 000
      archway", signed & dated '96 (34 x 33.5cm)

      BARKER, WAYNE CAHILL (SA 1963 - ) Silkscreen with postage
      stamp, "Identity", signed, inscribed with the title & numbered 33/101
354                                                                               1 000 - 2 000
      (8 x 9cm) PLUS, a digital print & oil, "Old harbour, Hermanus", signed
      with the artist's initials & dated 2004 (21 x 19.5cm)

      BATTISS, WALTER WHALL (SA 1906 - 1982) Silkscreen, "Baobab",
355   signed in pencil, inscribed with the title & numbered 32/134                1 000 - 2 000
      (18.5 x 22cm)

      BATTISS, WALTER WHALL (SA 1906 - 1982) Silkscreen, "The
356   Newborn Kid", signed in pencil, inscribed with the title & numbered         1 000 - 2 000
      86/100 (27.5 x 16cm)

      BATTISS, WALTER WHALL (SA 1906 - 1982) Print, "Hair
357   everywhere", signed in the image with embossed studio stamp                 1 000 - 3 000
      (Sheet size: 44 x 57.5cm)

      BATTISS, WALTER WHALL (SA 1906 - 1982) Lithograph,
358   "Limpopo", signed in pencil, inscribed with the title & numbered 145/200    1 000 - 2 000
      (29.5 x 22cm)

      BATTISS, WALTER WHALL (SA 1906 - 1982) Silkscreen, "Innocuous
      & useless objects", signed in pencil, inscribed with the title & numbered
359                                                                               1 000 - 2 000
      20/30, embossed studio stamp "Editions Galerie 21" (Condition report:
      slight paper loss evident) (62.5 x 43.5cm)




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      BATTISS, WALTER WHALL (SA 1906 - 1982) 2 x prints in colour,
360   "Tame Fauns" & "The Parade", each inscribed with the title in pencil       1 000 - 3 000
      (Sheet size: 22.5 x 29cm)

      BATTISS, WALTER WHALL (SA 1906 - 1982) Silkscreen, "Eros. 15",
361                                                                              2 000 - 4 000
      signed & inscribed with the title (Sheet size: 34 x 48cm)

      BATTISS, WALTER WHALL (SA 1906 - 1982) Silkscreen, "Cos. 16",
362                                                                              2 000 - 4 000
      signed twice & inscribed with the title (Sheet size: 34 x 48cm)

      BATTISS, WALTER WHALL (SA 1906 - 1982) Silkscreen, "Grecian
363                                                                              2 000 - 4 000
      symbols", signed & inscribed "1" (Sheet size: 34 x 48cm)

      BATTISS, WALTER WHALL (SA 1906 - 1982) 2 x screenprints in
364   colour, "Four White Rocks" & "Motopos", each inscribed with the title in   2 000 - 4 000
      pencil (Sheet size: 23.5 x 35.5cm)

      BATTISS, WALTER WHALL (SA 1906 - 1982) Silkscreen in colours,
365   "Under the Sea. 54", signed & inscribed with the title                     3 000 - 5 000
      (Sheet size: 34 x 48.5cm)

      BATTISS, WALTER WHALL (SA 1906 - 1982) Screenprint in colours,
366                                                                              6 000 - 10 000
      "Bird on a foot", signed in pencil & numbered 2/8 (44.5 x 55.5cm)

      BATTISS, WALTER WHALL (SA 1906 - 1982) Screenprint in
367   colours, "Career Bird", signed in pencil, inscribed with the title &       8 000 - 12 000
      numbered 16/30 (Sheet size: 45 x 64cm)

      BATTISS, WALTER WHALL (SA 1906 - 1982) Screenprint in colours,
      "Banana Boy", signed in pencil, inscribed with the title & numbered
368                                                                              8 000 - 12 000
      11/30 (39.5 x 58cm) Illustrated: "Walter Battiss Gentle Anarchist"
      Standard Bank, pg 183

      BATTISS, WALTER WHALL (SA 1906 - 1982) Screenprint in
      colours, "Flesh in the pan", signed in pencil & numbered 18/25
369                                                                              8 000 - 12 000
      (36 x 55cm) Illustrated: "Walter Battiss Gentle Anarchist" Standard
      Bank, pg 188

      BATTISS, WALTER WHALL (SA 1906 - 1982) Screenprint in colours,
370   "Flying Angels", signed in pencil, inscribed with the title & numbered     8 000 - 12 000
      17/30 (36 x 55.5cm)

      BATTISS, WALTER WHALL (SA 1906 - 1982) Watercolour over
      pencil, "Rural landscape with umbrella trees, rondavels & building among
371   trees, mountains in the distance - Rustenberg area", signed, inscribed     8 000 - 12 000
      with a dedication on the reverse: "To Joyce & Desmond best wishes for
      future happiness from uncle Redvers" (17.5 x 21cm)




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      BOONZAIER, GREGOIRE JOHANNES (SA 1909 - 2005) Hand-
372   coloured linocut, "Sunflowers", signed in pencil & dated 1978                  1 800 - 2 500
      (34 x 26.5cm)

      BOONZAIER, GREGOIRE JOHANNES (SA 1909 - 2005) Hand-
373                                                                                  1 500 - 3 000
      coloured linocut, "Hibiscus", signed in pencil & dated 1979 (23.5 x 18cm)

      BOONZAIER, GREGOIRE JOHANNES (SA 1909 - 2005) Linocut,
374   "Donkey cart with Malay figures", signed in pencil & dated 1978                1 500 - 3 000
      (24 x 32cm)

      BOONZAIER, GREGOIRE JOHANNES (SA 1909 - 2005) Hand-
375   coloured linocut, "Distric Six with figures, cart & lamp post", signed in      2 000 - 4 000
      pencil & dated 1978 (26.5 x 34cm)

      BOONZAIER, GREGOIRE JOHANNES (SA 1909 - 2005) Linocut
376   bookplate, "Ex Libris Gregoire", signed in pencil & inscribed "Copy"           1 000 - 2 000
      (13 x 9.5cm)

      BOONZAIER, GREGOIRE JOHANNES (SA 1909 - 2005) Oil on
      canvas, "Winter landscape with worker's cottage, buildings, chickens,
377                                                                                180 000 - 250 000
      wheelbarrow & figure beneath bare trees, farmland & mountains in the
      distance", signed & dated 1942 (42.5 x 52.5cm)

      AFTER BOONZAIER, GREGOIRE JOHANNES (SA 1909 - 2005)
      Print in colours, District 6 street scene, "Die winkel met veranda,
378   Caledonstraat, Kaapstad", signed, inscribed with the title & dated 1971 in      800 - 1 500
      the image, signed again in pencil, dated 1976 & numbered 276/350
      (Sheet size: 44.5 x 63.5cm)

      AFTER BOONZAIER, GREGOIRE JOHANNES (SA 1909 - 2005) 4 x
      prints in colours, "Azaleas", "Yellow tenement", "View of Table Bay from
379                                                                                  2 000 - 4 000
      District Six" & "Bare oaks & cottages winter, Cape", each title printed
      below image, each signed in pencil & dated 1976 (Largest: 36.5 x 44cm)

      BOSHOFF, ADRIAAN HENDRIK (SA 1935 - 2007) Oil on canvas on
380                                                                                 6 000 - 10 000
      board, "Study of a seated female nude", signed (34.5 x 24cm)

      BOSHOFF, ADRIAAN HENDRIK (SA 1935 - 2007) Oil on board,
381   Portrait, "Woman with white flower", signed, signed again on the reverse      10 000 - 15 000
      & inscribed with the title (13.5 x 9.5cm)

      BOTHA, DAVID JOHANNES (SA 1921 - 1995) Linoprint, "A gabled
382   façade of a Cape homestead", signed in pencil & numbered 86/100                  400 - 800
      (11.5 x 10cm)

      BOTHA, DAVID JOHANNES (SA 1921 - 1995) Pastel on paper, "Still
383                                                                                  3 000 - 6 000
      life with lemons", signed (24.5 x 29cm)




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      BOYES, HAROLD CHARLES (SA 1917 - 1989) Watercolour over
384                                                                                  600 - 1 000
      pencil, Seascape, "Knysna lagoon", signed (22.5 x 37cm)

      BOYLEY, ERROL STEPHEN (SA 1918 - 2007) Oil on canvas on
385                                                                                40 000 - 60 000
      board, "Dawn seascape with fishermen & boats", signed (50 x 75cm)

      BOYLEY, ERROL STEPHEN (SA 1918 - 2007) Oil on canvas on
386   board, "Cloudy landscape with cattle in a field, farmhouse, buildings &      40 000 - 60 000
      trees beyond", signed (50 x 65cm)

      BOYS, GEORGE (SA 1930 - ) Mixed media on card, Abstract, "Fighting
387                                                                                 2 000 - 4 000
      cocks", signed in pencil & dated '97 (48 x 69cm)

      BÜCHNER, CARL ADOLPH (SA 1921 - 2003) Charcoal on paper,
388                                                                                 3 000 - 5 000
      "Head of Christ", signed (33 x 24cm)

      BÜCHNER, CARL ADOLPH (SA 1921 - 2003) A pair of charcoal &
389                                                                                7 000 - 10 000
      wash portraits of young woman, each signed (27 x 36cm each)

      BÜCHNER, CARL ADOLPH (SA 1921 - 2003) Mixed media, "Still life
390                                                                                 5 000 - 8 000
      with apples", signed (23 x 31cm)

      BÜCHNER, CARL ADOLPH (SA 1921 - 2003) Mixed media, "Portrait
391                                                                                8 000 - 12 000
      of a lady in red", signed (40.5 x 28.5cm)

      BURWITZ, NILS (SA 1940 - ) Oil on canvas on board, "The betrayal
392   of Christ", signed & dated 1967, inscribed with a title on a label on the     3 000 - 6 000
      reverse (75 x 90.5cm)

      CAMPBELL, RON (SA 20TH CENTURY) Pastel, "In the Valley near
393   Garies - Namaqualand", signed, inscribed with the title on the reverse &       600 - 1 000
      dated 1/86 in the artist's hand (30.5 x 42.5cm)

      CANITZ, GEORGE PAUL (SA 1874 - 1959) Oil on canvas, "Spring
394                                                                                 1 800 - 2 500
      time Namaqualand", signed (39.5 x 60.5cm)

      CARTER, SYDNEY (SA 1874 - 1945) Watercolour, "A clump of blue-
395                                                                                 3 000 - 6 000
      gum trees", signed (25 x 31cm)

      CARTER, SYDNEY (SA 1874 - 1945) Watercolour, "View of three
396                                                                                 3 000 - 6 000
      blue-gum trees", signed (25 x 31cm)

      CATHERINE, NORMAN CLIVE (SA 1949 - ) A set of six digital prints,
      "Portraits", each signed in pencil & numbered 21/45 (Sheet size: 23 x
397                                                                               1 000 - 1 500each
      20cm each) A) "Pipe smoker", B) "Cat man" C) "Interrogator" D) "Bird
      brain" E) "Crew cut" F) "Scarface"

      CATHERINE, NORMAN CLIVE (SA 1949 - ) Airbrush on paper,
398                                                                                 5 000 - 8 000
      "Toucan", signed in pencil & inscribed "A. Cameron" (47 x 70cm)




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        CATHERINE, NORMAN CLIVE (SA 1949 - ) Airbrush on paper,
399     "Censored", signed in pencil, inscribed with the title & dated '77         7 000 - 10 000
        (90 x 64.5cm)

        CATHERINE, NORMAN CLIVE (SA 1949 - ) Silkscreen, "Cat Man",
400     signed in pencil, inscribed with the title, dated '92 & numbered 39/45     8 000 - 12 000
        (64.5 x 94.5cm)

        CATARUZZA, GUISEPPE (SA 1914 - ) Oil on board, "Landscape with
401     African hut & trees beneath a rocky outcrop", signed with the artist's      600 - 1 000
        pseudonym G. Catty (49.5 x 40cm)

        CATARUZZA, GUISEPPE (SA 1914 - ) Oil on board, Rural landscape,
402     "Herfs, Naby Noordhoek, Kaap", signed with the artist's pseudonym G.       2 000 - 4 000
        Catty & dated '76, inscribed with the title on the reverse (49.5 x 75cm)

        CATARUZZA, GUISEPPE (SA 1914 - ) Oil on canvas on board, "Natal
403     landscape with mother & child beside a grass hut, trees & rondavel,        2 000 - 4 000
        mountains in the distance", signed (44.5 x 59.5cm)

        CILLIERS-BARNARD, BETTIE (SA 1914 - ) Monotype, "Abstract bird
404     forms", signed in pencil, inscribed "Monotype" & dated 1979                4 000 - 8 000
        (62.5 x 48.5cm)

        CILLIERS-BARNARD, BETTIE (SA 1914 - ) Oil on canvas, "Regal
405     Portrait Series No1 Judgment", signed, dated 2000 & inscribed with the     8 000 - 12 000
        title on the reverse (80 x 60cm)

        CLAERHOUT, FRANS MARTIN FR (SA 1919 - 2006) Monotype,
406                                                                                1 000 - 3 000
        "Christ figure", signed in pencil & inscribed "Monotype" (40.5 x 27.5cm)

        CLAERHOUT, FRANS MARTIN FR (SA 1919 - 2006) Silkscreen in
        colours, "Seated woman with sunflower", signed in pencil, inscribed with
407                                                                                3 000 - 6 000
        an annotation on the reverse stating that there are only 3 examples of
        the hand-printed work (Sheet size: 42 x 29.5cm)

        CLAERHOUT, FRANS MARTIN FR (SA 1919 - 2006) Pastel, "Mother
408                                                                                1 500 - 2 500
        & child", signed (37.5 x 28cm)

        CLAERHOUT, FRANS MARTIN FR (SA 1919 - 2006) Mixed media,
409                                                                                2 000 - 4 000
        "The flute player", signed (28 x 20cm)

        CLAERHOUT, FRANS MARTIN FR (SA 1919 - 2006) A pair of mixed
410
        media on paper, each signed

410 A   A) "Two women in a field" (Sheet size: 39.5 x 29cm)                        2 000 - 4 000


410 B   B) "Two female nudes & a worker in a field" (Sheet size: 38.5 x 29cm)      2 000 - 4 000




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      CLAERHOUT, FRANS MARTIN FR (SA 1919 - 2006) Charcoal,
411                                                                               2 000 - 4 000
      "Woman holding a flower, a man holding a staff", signed (28.5 x 20cm)

      CLAERHOUT, FRANS MARTIN FR (SA 1919 - 2006) Mixed media,
412                                                                               2 000 - 4 000
      "Portrait of a young girl", signed (28.5 x 20cm)

      CLAERHOUT, FRANS MARTIN FR (SA 1919 - 2006) Pastel, "Man
413                                                                               3 000 - 6 000
      picking flowers", signed (41 x 29cm)

      CLAERHOUT, FRANS MARTIN FR (SA 1919 - 2006) Mixed media,
414                                                                               4 000 - 8 000
      "Mother & baby daughter", signed (57 x 40.5cm)

      CLAERHOUT, FRANS MARTIN FR (SA 1919 - 2006) Mixed media,
415                                                                               4 000 - 8 000
      "Mother with baby boy, rooster & flowers", signed (57 x 38.5cm)

      CLAERHOUT, FRANS MARTIN FR (SA 1919 - 2006) Oil on board,
416                                                                              8 000 - 12 000
      Still life, "Flowers in a vase", signed (58 x 25cm)

      CLAERHOUT, FRANS MARTIN FR (SA 1919 - 2006) Acrylic on
417                                                                              12 000 - 18 000
      paper, "Two standing female nudes", signed (98 x 67.5cm)

      CLAERHOUT, FRANS MARTIN FR (SA 1919 - 2006) Oil on board,
418                                                                              30 000 - 50 000
      Landscape, "Returning home", signed (39 x 52cm)

      CLAERHOUT, FRANS MARTIN FR (SA 1919 - 2006) Oil on board,
419                                                                              30 000 - 50 000
      "Red sun above a missionary figure & bird", signed (44.5 x 53cm)

      CLAERHOUT, FRANS MARTIN FR (SA 1919 - 2006) Oil on board,
420                                                                              40 000 - 60 000
      "Spring harvest with cottages & figures in a field", signed (45 x 60cm)

      CLAERHOUT, FRANS MARTIN FR (SA 1919 - 2006) Oil on paper
421                                                                              12 000 - 18 000
      laid down, Still life, "Sunflowers in a red vase", signed (60.5 x 46cm)

      CLARKE, JOHN FREDERICK CASPER (SA 1946 - ) Pastel on paper,
422                                                                               2 500 - 3 500
      "Outer corner", signed & dated '97 (40.5 x 52.5cm)

      COETZEE, CHRISTO (SA 1929 - 2001) Mixed media on paper,
423   "Homage to Kirshner, Girls head", signed in pencil, inscribed with the     6 000 - 10 000
      title, dated 86-47 Tulbagh Cape SA (61 x 48cm)

      COETZER, WILLEM HERMANUS FRSA FIAL FIBA (SA 1900 -
      1983) Oil on canvas on board, Landscape, "Mont Aux Sources -
424                                                                              40 000 - 60 000
      Drakensberg Natal", signed & dated '49 - '51, signed again, inscribed
      with the title & dated "12 Aug 1954" in the artists hand (59.5 x 49.5cm)

      DE JONGH, GABRIEL (SA 1913 - 2004) Oil on canvas, Landscape,
425   "Farm Boekenhoutfontein, President Paul Kruger's original residence",      10 000 - 15 000
      signed & dated 1969 (60 x 90cm)




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        DE JONGH, MARTHINUS JOHANNES (TINUS) (SA 1885 - 1942)
        Etching, "Before the Storm, Worcester Mountains", signed in pencil &
426                                                                                    1 000 - 3 000
        inscribed with the title & numbered 41/150, with studio stamp (Condition
        report: foxing evident) (24 x 28.5cm)

        DE JONGH, MARTHINUS JOHANNES (TINUS) (SA 1885 - 1942)
427     5 x etchings, each signed in pencil, inscribed with the title & with studio
        stamp


427 A   A) "Farm Stellenbosch" (14.5 x 24.5cm)                                         1 000 - 3 000


427 B   B) "Old Harbour Hermanus, 1925" (14.5 x 29.5cm)                                1 000 - 3 000


427 C   C) "The Old Mill Ceres" (21.5 x 28cm)                                          1 000 - 3 000


427 D   D) "Cottage Boschkloof Clanwilliam" (22 x 28.5cm)                              1 000 - 3 000


427 E   E) "Waterfall Natal" (22.5 x 26.5cm)                                           1 000 - 3 000

        DE JONGH, MARTHINUS JOHANNES (TINUS) (SA 1885 - 1942)
        Oil on canvas, Cape landscape, "Sunlit kloof with river, trees & rocks,
428                                                                                   20 000 - 30 000
        beneath mountains", signed (Condition report: minor paint loss evident)
        (30.5 x 46.5cm)

        DE KOCK, JOHNNIE (SA 1937 - ) Watercolour, "Rural landscape with
429     woman feeding chickens & 2 men in conversation, farm cottages &                1 000 - 2 000
        buildings in the distance", signed & dated '71 (16.5 x 38.5cm)

        DE KOCK, JOHNNIE (SA 1937 - ) Oil on board, a Cape rural
430     landscape, "Autumn scene with figures, cottages & trees, mountains in          2 000 - 4 000
        the distance", signed & dated '75 (44 x 59cm)

        DIMITROV, BRANKO (SA 1959 - ) Oil on canvas, Seascape, "Red
431                                                                                    1 000 - 3 000
        sunset - Durban harbour", signed (39.5 x 29cm)

        DINGEMANS, JOHANNES WILHELMUS (JAN) (SA 1921 - 2001)
432     Oil on board, "Landscape with fruit seller & gossiping women", signed          5 000 - 8 000
        (35 x 50.5cm)

        DINGEMANS, JOHANNES WILHELMUS (JAN) (SA 1921 - 2001)
433     Oil on board, "Four African women - two in conversation, in a landscape       6 000 - 10 000
        with trees", signed (40 x 50.5cm)

        DINGEMANS, JOHANNES WILHELMUS (JAN) (SA 1921 - 2001)
434     Oil on board, "Studio still life with comport & fruit beside a vase on a       5 000 - 8 000
        table", signed (21 x 26.5cm)




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      DU TOIT, DUGGIE (SA 1942 - ) Oil on board, "Still life with
435                                                                               1 500 - 3 000
      pomegranates, decanter & wine bottle", signed (44.5 x 59cm)

      DYER, IRENE (SA 1890 - 1954) Watercolour, "Afternoon bushveld
436                                                                                 400 - 800
      with farm road", signed (27.5 x 27cm)

      DYKMAN, HENRY JOHN (SA 1893 - 1972) Oil on board, "Still life
437                                                                               3 000 - 6 000
      pink roses", signed (52.5 x 42.5cm)

      ELOFF, ZACHARIAS (ZAKKIE) (SA 1925 - 2004) Sepia watercolour
438                                                                               1 000 - 3 000
      on paper, "A lioness in tall grass", signed (42 x 29cm)

      ELOFF, ZACHARIAS (ZAKKIE) (SA 1925 - 2004) Sepia watercolour
439   on paper, "Zebra, wildebeest & buck at the waterhole", signed               3 000 - 5 000
      (47.5 x 67.5cm)

      ELOFF, ZACHARIAS (ZAKKIE) (SA 1925 - 2004) Charcoal on paper,
440                                                                               3 000 - 6 000
      "Landscape with springbuck & bird of prey", signed (47.5 x 67cm)

      ELOFF, ZACHARIAS (ZAKKIE) (SA 1925 - 2004) Charcoal on paper,
441                                                                               3 000 - 6 000
      "Elephant & a calf at the water's edge", signed (45 x 57cm)

      ELOFF, ZACHARIAS (ZAKKIE) (SA 1925 - 2004) Sepia Watercolour
442                                                                               3 000 - 6 000
      on Fabriano paper, "Running Rooi Hartbees", signed (47 x 64.5cm)

      FASCIOTTI, GIOVANNI (SA 1883 - 1961) Oil on board, "A fisher
443                                                                               2 000 - 3 000
      boy smoking a pipe", signed (50 x 34.5cm)

      FASCIOTTI, GIOVANNI (SA 1883 - 1961) Oil on board,
444   "Mountainous landscape with cottage, trees & aloes beside a roadway",       3 000 - 6 000
      signed (39.5 x 59.5cm)

      FASCIOTTI, TITTA (SA 1927 - 1993) Oil on canvas, "Hex River
445   Mountains, C.P.", signed with the artist's pseudonym T. Scotty, inscribed   1 000 - 3 000
      with the title on the reverse (35 x 45cm)

      FASCIOTTI, TITTA (SA 1927 - 1993) Oil on board, "Landscape with
446   sunlit river, trees, rocks & distant mountains", signed with the artist's   4 000 - 8 000
      pseudonym T. Scotty (44.5 x 59.5cm)

      FASCIOTTI, TITTA (SA 1927 - 1993) Oil on board, Landscape,
447   "Sunset on the Swartberg Mountains C.P.", signed with the artist's          4 000 - 8 000
      pseudonym T. Scotty (35 x 50cm)

      FASCIOTTI, TITTA (SA 1927 - 1993) Mixed media, "Bomvana
448                                                                               8 000 - 12 000
      Xhosa", signed, inscribed with the title & dated '87 (45.5 x 27cm)

      FASCIOTTI, TITTA (SA 1927 - 1993) Mixed media, "Xhosa", signed,
449                                                                               8 000 - 12 000
      inscribed with the title & dated '87 (44.5 x 29.5cm)




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      FASCIOTTI, TITTA (SA 1927 - 1993) Oil on board, "Rural landscape
450   with workers cottages, figures & mountains in the far distance", signed          8 000 - 12 000
      (24.5 x 34.5cm)

      FELMORE, CHARLES (SA 1956 - ) Oil on canvas, "Verdant &
      mountainous landscape with waterfall near Gonubie ", signed
      (100 x 100cm) Note: Charles Felmore lives & works in East London &
451                                                                                    1 000 - 3 000
      forms part of the Eastern Cape school of landscape painting which was
      established in the early sixties by Prof Brian Bradshaw at Rhodes
      University.

      FERN, EMILY ISABEL (SA 1881 - 1953) Oil on board, Still life,
452                                                                                    5 000 - 8 000
      "Poppies in a green pottery vase", signed & dated 1950 (33.5 x 38.5cm)

      FERN, EMILY ISABEL (SA 1881 - 1953) Oil on board, Seascape, "A
453   view of Camps Bay with the Twelve Apostles in the distance", signed &            8 000 - 12 000
      dated 1945 (43.5 x 58.5cm)

      FISHER, JULIAN D (SA 20TH CENTURY) A pair of acrylic oil
      abstracts, "Still life with flowers & fruit on table" & "Cityscape with
454                                                                                   1 000 - 1 500pair
      buildings & figures", each signed & dated 9/68 & 7/68 respectively
      (56.5 x 41cm)

      FRANCOIS, LEO AUGUSTE RBC (SA 1879 - 1939) Oil on board,
455   "Sunset, Pot River, near Maclear", signed, signed again on the reverse &         2 000 - 4 000
      inscribed with the title (38 x 48cm)

      GARDINER, LETTIE (SA 1937 - ) Lithograph, "Witwatersrand
456   women", signed in pencil, inscribed with the title & numbered 1/20                800 - 1 500
      (Sheet size: 40 x 66cm)

      GLOSSOP, ALLERLEY (JOE) (SA 1870 - 1955) Oil on board,
457   Landscape, "Summer clouds at sunset - Maseru", signed with the artist's          8 000 - 12 000
      initials & inscribed with the title on the reverse (16 x 24cm)

      GLOSSOP, ALLERLEY (JOE) (SA 1870 - 1955) Oil on board,
458   Landscape, "A shady pool in a pine forest", signed with the artist's initials   18 000 - 25 000
      (50.5 x 63.5cm)

      GOLDBLATT, SIDNEY (SA 1919 - 1979) Oil on canvas, "Abstract
459   form in a landscape", signed (Condition report: own repair evident)              8 000 - 12 000
      (75 x 90cm)

      GREAVES, CONSTANCE HELEN (SA 1882 - 1966) A pair of
      watercolours, "Portrait of an African woman with red headdress &
460                                                                                    3 000 - 5 000
      blanket cloak" & "Portrait of an African man with red woolen hat &
      blanket cloak", each signed (Largest: 32 x 21.5cm)




                                                Page 61
      HARRS, HANNES (SA 1927 - 2006) Gesso, paint, wooden knobs &
      post, "African Ceremonial Post", signed & dated '87 on the reverse
461   (100 x 13 x 8cm) Note: The artist has been inspired by symbolic             4 000 - 8 000
      Primitive designs & subject matter, translated into a Modernistic style,
      using the wooden knobs to illustrate traditional African craftsmanship

      HENKEL, IRMIN (SA 1921 - 1977) Mixed media, "Two fishes
462                                                                              10 000 - 15 000
      underwater", signed & dated '50 (43 x 59cm)

      HENKEL, IRMIN (SA 1921 - 1977) Oil & tempera on canvas, Still life,
463                                                                       150 000 - 250 000
      "Poppies in a glass vase", signed & dated '76 (49 x 59cm)

      HEYNS, MICHAEL FERREIRA (SA 1946 - ) Oil on canvas, "Twee wit
464   rose", signed & dated '80, signed again on the reverse & inscribed with     4 000 - 8 000
      the title (80 x 75cm)

      HEYNS, MICHAEL FERREIRA (SA 1946 - ) Oil on canvas, "Oop
465   Rose", signed & dated 77/9, signed again on the reverse, inscribed with     4 000 - 8 000
      the title & dated Pretoria 1977/9 (88.5 x 88.5cm)

      HOBBS, PHILIPPA (SA 1955 - ) Watercolour heightened with
466                                                                               2 000 - 4 000
      gouache, "Flood", signed in pencil & dated '89 (Sheet size: 64 x 49cm)

      HODGINS, ROBERT GRIFFITHS (SA 1920 - ) Lithograph in colours,
467   "Golden Girl", signed in pencil, numbered 21/40 & dated '05                 3 000 - 5 000
      (Sheet size: 57 x 76.5cm)

      HOEFSLOOT, TJEERD ADRIANUS JOHANNES (TED) (SA 1030 - )
      Oil on canvas on board, "A cottage with figure beside a washing line,
468                                                                               2 000 - 4 000
      mountains in the distance - Matjiesrivier, near Oudtshoorn", signed,
      inscribed "Near Oudtshoorn (Matjiesrivier)" on the reverse (28.5 x 34cm)

      HOEFSLOOT, TJEERD ADRIANUS JOHANNES (TED) (SA 1030 - )
469   Oil on canvas on board, "Rural landscape with rondavels & buildings         2 000 - 4 000
      beside a tree, mountains in the distance", signed (28.5 x 30cm)

      HOEFSLOOT, TJEERD ADRIANUS JOHANNES (TED) (SA 1030 - )
      Oil on canvas on board, "A figure before a cottage with Slanghoek
470                                                                               2 000 - 4 000
      mountains in the distance", signed, inscribed "Slanghoek Mountains
      (Cape)" on the reverse (28.5 x 34cm)

      HOEFSLOOT, TJEERD ADRIANUS JOHANNES (TED) (SA 1030 - )
471   Oil on canvas on board, Rural landscape, "Scene of Klein Bery with          3 000 - 6 000
      cottages", signed, inscribed with the title on the reverse (43 x 58.5cm)

      KENTRIDGE, WILLIAM JOSEPH (SA 1955 - ) Lithograph with ink
472   pigment on cotton paper, "Iris II", signed, numbered 36/50 in conte        80 000 - 100 000
      crayon (Sheet size: 160 x 111.5cm)




                                              Page 62
      KLAR, OTTO (SA 1908 - 1994) Pencil sketch, "Portrait on an African
473   girl wearing a hat", signed (9 x 8.5cm) Provenance: purchased from           400 - 800
      the artist's family (N.B. mounted, but not framed)

      KLAR, OTTO (SA 1908 - 1994) Sepia pastel, "Bushveld landscape
474                                                                              2 000 - 4 000
      with trees & grass huts", signed (9.5 x 19.5cm)

      KLAR, OTTO (SA 1908 - 1994) Watercolour, "A placid lake with
475                                                                              4 000 - 8 000
      trees", signed (23 x 34.5cm)

      KLAR, OTTO (SA 1908 - 1994) Pastel, Seascape, "A view of Table
476   Mountain with breakers & rocks, Blaauwbergstrand", signed                 6 000 - 10 000
      (8.5 x 31.5cm)

      KLAR, OTTO (SA 1908 - 1994) Watercolour over pencil, "River-scape
477                                                                             8 000 - 12 000
      with tree-lined banks", signed (15.5 x 34.5cm)

      KLOPPERS, JACOBUS JOUBERT KRIGE (KOBUS) (SA 1959 - ) Oil
478   on canvas, Landscape, "No man's land II", signed, signed again on the      2 000 - 4 000
      reverse, inscribed: “Niemandsland II” & dated 1999 (93.5 x 135.5cm)

      KOBELI, ELI (SA 1932 - 1999) Mixed media on paper, "Black Chagall
      of Soweto - township scene with a man beating drums", signed,
479   inscribed: "Black Chagall of Soweto" & dated '93 (64.5 x 44cm) PLUS        1 000 - 3 000
      another, mixed media on paper laid down, "Street barber", signed & '71
      (53.5 x 37.5cm)

      KOCH, MARTHINUS STEPHANUS (MARTIN) (SA 1940 - ) Acrylic
480                                                                              4 000 - 8 000
      on paper, "Yellow landscape", signed & dated '84 (40 x 58cm)

      KOCH, MARTHINUS STEPHANUS (MARTIN) (SA 1940 - ) Acrylic
481                                                                              4 000 - 8 000
      on paper, "Autumn landscape", signed & dated '89 (40 x 57cm)

      KRAMER, JOHN BARNETT (SA 1946 - ) Oil on canvas, "Uitkyk cash
482   store, Hermanus", signed, inscribed with the title & dated 2006 on the    15 000 - 20 000
      stretcher on the reverse (55 x 85.5cm)

      KRENZ, ALFRED FREDERIC PROFESSOR (HONORIS CAUSA) (SA
483   1899 - 1980) Oil on canvas, "Still life with mixed flowers in a jug",     10 000 - 15 000
      signed & dated '47 (73 x 58cm)

      KRIGE, FRANCIOS (SA 1913 - 2004) Charcoal on paper, "La
484                                                                             8 000 - 12 000
      Baigneuse", signed & dated '72 (63 x 44cm

      KRIGE, FRANCIOS (SA 1913 - 2004) Oil on board, "Studio still life
485   with a green wine bottle beside vegetables & fruit", signed (52.5 x      140 000 - 180 000
      39cm)

      KUMALO, SYDNEY ALEX (SA 1935 -1988) Bronze, "Horse looking
486                                                                            40 000 – 60 000
      back", signed & dated '65 (Height: 14.5cm)




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      LANGDOWN, AMOS ARCHIBALD (SA 1930 - 2006) Oil on canvas
487   on board, "Flower pickers with arum lilies", signed and dated '94         20 000 - 30 000
      (49 x 39cm)

      LEGAE, EZROM KGOBOKANYO SEBATA (SA 1938 - 1999)
488   Silkscreen, Chicken series, "Quarter to twelve to implosion", signed in    3 000 - 6 000
      pencil, dated '86 & numbered 51/100 (65.5 x 44cm)

      LEKGETHO, SIMON MORAKE (SA 1929 - 1985) Oil on canvas on
489   board, "Veld landscape with Bushman figure & running buck", signed         3 000 - 6 000
      (20 x 30cm)

      LEKGETHO, SIMON MORAKE (SA 1929 - 1985) Oil on board, Rock
490                                                                              4 000 - 8 000
      art, "Bushmen hunters with eland", signed & dated '63 (40 x 50.5cm)

      LE ROUX, ISABEL (SA 20TH CENTURY) Watercolour, Rural
491   landscape, "Namakwaland", signed, inscribed with the title & dated '88     2 000 - 4 000
      (31 x 47.5cm)

      LE ROUX, ISABEL (SA 20TH CENTURY) Watercolour, "Rural
492   landscape with cottages, figures & a cart, trees & mountains in the        2 000 - 4 000
      distance", signed & dated '88 (30.5 x 47.5cm)

      LE ROUX, ISABEL (SA 20TH CENTURY) Oil on canvas, "Flower
493                                                                              4 000 - 8 000
      sellers, Malay quarter", signed & dated '91 (75 x 100.5cm)

      LUGG, JACK (SA 1924 - ) Oil on linen cloth laid down on board, "Boy
494                                                                              2 000 - 4 000
      beside a stream with trees", signed (74 x 59cm)

      LUGG, JACK (SA 1924 - ) Oil on linen cloth laid down on board, "The
      herb sellers", signed, inscribed with the title on the reverse, further
495                                                                              2 000 - 4 000
      inscribed: "Mr Jack Lugg, Head School of Art, East London Technical
      College - 50gns" (60.5 x 75.5cm)

      LUGG, JACK (SA 1924 - ) Oil on board, "4 Women returning from the
496                                                                              3 000 - 5 000
      market", signed (72 x 53.5cm)

      MAC KINNEY, HERBERT WOOD (SA 1882 - 1953) Watercolour,
497   "Landscape with vineyards & trees, mountains in the distance -             1 500 - 2 500
      Stellenbosch", signed & dated 1944 (25.5 x 35.5cm)

      MADGE, DONALD JAMES (DON) (SA 1920 - 1997 ) Pastel,
498                                                                              1 500 - 2 500
      "Landscape with workers' cottages & trees", signed (30 x 43.5cm)

      MADGE, DONALD JAMES (DON) (SA 1920 - 1997 ) Oil on board,
499   "Rural landscape with an avenue of bluegum trees & a figure on the         1 500 - 3 000
      roadway, cottage & mountains in the distance", signed (29.5 x 39.5cm)




                                              Page 64
      MADGE, DONALD JAMES (DON) (SA 1920 - 1997 ) Impasto oil on
500                                                                                3 000 - 5 000
      board, "Washday", signed (34.5 x 33.5cm)

      MADGE, DONALD JAMES (DON) (SA 1920 - 1997 ) Oil on board,
501   "Cape Harbour scene with moored boats & buildings, Table Mountain in         5 000 - 8 000
      the distance", signed (44 x 56cm)

      MAHLANGU, SPEELMAN MAKWE (SA 1958 - 2004) Oil on canvas
502   on board, "Abstract landscape with Impi figures", signed & dated '85        20 000 - 30 000
      (92 x 121.5cm)

      MALEMANE, SELLO LUCAS (SA 1949 - ) Woodcut, "Singers", signed
503                                                                                1 000 - 1 500
      in pencil, inscribed with the title & numbered 5/30 (55.5 x 38.5cm)

      MARAIS, WESSEL (SA 1935 - ) Oil on canvas on board, Seascape,
504                                                                                3 000 - 6 000
      "Moored fishing boats at a sunset", signed (49.5 x 75cm)

      MAYER, ERNST KARL (ERICH) (SA 1876 - 1960) Watercolour over
505   pencil, ''Bushveld landscape with a grass hut, trees, rocks & koppie in      5 000 - 8 000
      the distance", signed & dated 1929 (13.5 x 22cm)

      MAYER, ERNST KARL (ERICH) (SA 1876 - 1960) Watercolour,
      Landscape, "Kopje after sunset", signed, dated 1952, inscribed with the
506                                                                                5 000 - 8 000
      title & signed again on the reverse on a label - purchased originally for
      5gns (11.5 x 16cm)

      MAYER, ERNST KARL (ERICH) (SA 1876 - 1960) Oil on board,
507   Landscape, "In the Magaliesberg - Sterkstroom Valley", signed & dated       10 000 - 15 000
      1914, & inscribed with the title in pencil on the reverse (17 x 25cm)

      MAYER, ERNST KARL (ERICH) (SA 1876 - 1960) Oil on canvas on
      board, Landscape, "Aloes & Euphorbia trees at the foot of Matala
508                                                                               15 000 - 20 000
      Mountain - Piet Potgietersrust", signed & dated 1934, inscribed with the
      title on a label on the reverse in the artist's hand (21 x 30cm)

      MCINTOSH, THERESA ANNE (SA 1968 - ) Lithograph,
509   "Conversations", signed in pencil & numbered 76/101                           600 - 1 000
      (Sheet size: 21 x 15cm)

      McQUE, ADOLFO (SA 1949 - ) Oil on board, "Landscape with farm
510                                                                                2 000 - 4 000
      cottages among trees, mountains in the distance", signed (41 x 54cm)

      MEERKOTTER, DIRK ADRIAAN (SA 1922 - ) Mixed media,
511   "Landscape with a gathering of standing & seated figures beneath a           1 000 - 2 000
      tree", signed in pencil & dated '49 (12 x 16cm)

      MEERKOTTER, DIRK ADRIAAN (SA 1922 - ) Watercolour, "Abstract
512                                                                                1 000 - 2 000
      landscape with figures", signed & dated '60 (15 x 34.5cm)




                                              Page 65
      MEERKOTTER, DIRK ADRIAAN (SA 1922 - ) Watercolour, "Street
513   scene with buildings, figures, bicycle & tree", signed in pencil & dated '50    1 500 - 3 000
      (23 x 31cm)

      MEERKOTTER, DIRK ADRIAAN (SA 1922 - ) Watercolour, "Abstract
514                                                                                   2 000 - 4 000
      street scene with buildings & figures", signed & dated '61 (25 x 61.5cm)

      MEERKOTTER, DIRK ADRIAAN (SA 1922 - ) Mixed media, "Abstract
515                                                                                   3 000 - 6 000
      landscape", signed & dated '62 (36.5 x 55.5cm)

      MEERKOTTER, DIRK ADRIAAN (SA 1922 - ) Oil on canvas,
516                                                                                   5 000 - 8 000
      "Abstract figure forms", signed (75 x 59.5cm)

      MUAFANGEJO, JOHN NDEVASIA (SA 1943 - 1987) Linocut, "An
      Ark Noah", signed in pencil, dated 1979 & numbered 61/150 (70 x 55cm)
517   Literature: "I was lonelyness, the complete graphic works of John               5 000 - 8 000
      Muafangejo", compiled & edited by O. Levinson page 159, illustrated
      plate 137

      MUAFANGEJO, JOHN NDEVASIA (SA 1943 - 1987) Linocut,
      "Muafangejo's Kraal", signed in pencil, dated 1980 & numbered 92/150
518   (68 x 56cm) Literature: "I was lonelyness, the complete graphic works           5 000 - 8 000
      of John Muafangejo", compiled & edited by O. Levinson page 165,
      illustrated plate 143

      MUAFANGEJO, JOHN NDEVASIA (SA 1943 - 1987) Linocut,
      "Joseph's story in Egypt, the son of Jacob. His brothers sold him to
      Israel.", signed in pencil, dated 1982 & numbered 1/150 (56.5 x 44cm)
519                                                                                   5 000 - 8 000
      Literature: "I was lonelyness, the complete graphic works of John
      Muafangejo", compiled & edited by O. Levinson page 206, illustrated
      plate 184

      NICE, CHRISTIAAN ST PATRICK (SA 1937 - ) Oil on canvas on
520   board, Seascape, "Young girl with beach ball & seagulls on the beach",          9 000 - 14 000
      signed (28.5 x 20.5cm)

      NIEMANN, HENDRIK CHRISTIAAN (SA 1941 - ) Mixed media on
521                                                                                   9 000 - 12 000
      paper, "Portrait of a clown", signed (24.5 x 28cm)

      NIEMANN, HENDRIK CHRISTIAAN (SA 1941 - ) Oil on board,
522                                                                                  15 000 - 25 000
      "Woman in a field of flowers", signed & dated '07 (41.5 x 49cm)

      NIEMANN, HENDRIK CHRISTIAAN (SA 1941 - ) Oil on board,
523   "Harvesters in a sunlit field, cottages, trees & mountains in the distance",   50 000 - 80 000
      signed & dated '06 (69 x 78cm)

      NKOSI, CHARLES SOKHAYA (SA 1949 - ) 2 x woodcut prints,
      "Starvation (They were very poor)" & "Unbalanced rations", each signed
524                                                                                  500 - 1 500 each
      in pencil & dated 1985, numbered 4/30 & 10/30 respectively
      (Largest: 32 x 32cm)




                                               Page 66
      OERDER, FRANS DAVID (SA 1867 - 1944) Pencil on paper, "Still life
525   with lantern & grain scoop", signed (Condition report: worm damage             2 000 - 4 000
      evident) (60 x 47cm)

      PARAVANO, DINO (SA 1935 - ) Oil on board, "Still life with Proteas in
526                                                                                  2 000 - 4 000
      a brass pot", signed (38.5 x 44cm)

      PARAVANO, DINO (SA 1935 - ) Pastel, "Cascading river with rocks &
527   trees, mountains in the far distance", signed & dated 1979                    20 000 - 30 000
      (53 x 72cm)

      PIENAAR, LIZE (SA 20TH CENTURY) Oil on canvas, "Stage
528                                                                                  1 000 - 3 000
      performance", signed & dated '89 (90.5 x 121cm)

      PIERNEEF, JACOB HENDRIK (SA 1886 - 1957) Linocut,
      "Wilgerbome", signed with the artist's monogram in the image, signed
529                                                                                  2 000 - 4 000
      again in pencil, inscribed with the title & "impr' (8.5 x 13cm) Literature:
      "Pierneef Linosnee" by F.E.G Nilant, page 116, plate #81 (Illustrated)

      PIERNEEF, JACOB HENDRIK (SA 1886 - 1957) Linocut,
      "Wilgerboom, Fonteine, Pretoria", signed with the artist's monogram in
530   the image, signed in pencil, inscribed impr & dated 1930 (29 x 19cm)           2 000 - 4 000
      Literature: "Pierneef Linosnee" by F.E.G Nilant, page 119, plate #84
      (Illustrated)

      PIERNEEF, JACOB HENDRIK (SA 1886 - 1957) Linocut, "Self
      portrait", signed with the artist's monogram in the image, signed in
531   pencil & dated 1957 (19.5 x 18cm) Literature: "Pierneef Linosnee" by           4 000 - 8 000
      F.E.G Nilant, page 159, plate #124 (Illustrated), as well as illustrated on
      the frontis dust jacket

      PIERNEEF, JACOB HENDRIK (SA 1886 - 1957) Watercolour over
      pencil on paper laid down, "Landscape study with roadway, trees & a
      farmhouse beneath mountains", signed & dated '36 (Condition report:
532                                                                                  5 000 - 8 000
      staining & foxing evident) (Sheet size: 32.5 x 40cm) Note: the work is
      probably a preliminary sketch for an oil & denotes in the artist‟s hand the
      colours to be used in the work

      PIERNEEF, JACOB HENDRIK (SA 1886 - 1957) Linocut,
      "Hardekoolboom,Tvl", signed with the artists monogram “P” in the
533   image, signed again in pencil, inscribed "Impr" & dated 1928                  8 000 - 12 000
      (37.5 x 29.5cm) Literature: Pierneef Linosneé, F.E.G. Nilant, plate #74,
      page 109 (Illustrated)

      PIERNEEF, JACOB HENDRIK (SA 1886 - 1957) Etching & aquatint,
534   "Boerehuis Tulbagh", signed in pencil & numbered 84/100 (24 x 30cm)           12 000 - 18 000
      Literature: "JH Pierneef, His life & His work" edit PG Nel, page 129

      PIERNEEF, JACOB HENDRIK (SA 1886 - 1957) Pencil on paper,
535   Bushveld landscape, "Hectorspruit", signed in pencil inscribed with the       18 000 - 25 000
      title & dated Julie 1944 (37 x 54.5cm)




                                               Page 67
      PIERNEEF, JACOB HENDRIK (SA 1886 - 1957) Watercolour over
      pencil, "Dares Salem", signed in pencil, inscribed with the title & dated
      Feb 18 - 1926 (25.5 x 35.5cm) Note: the watercolour illustrates a scene
536   of Dares Salaam with moored & beached boats, a jetty, seated figures &      40 000 - 60 000
      trees, the Lutheran Cathedral standing prominent, buildings with palm
      trees in the background, this may have possibly been a preliminary study
      for an oil painting

      PIERNEEF, JACOB HENDRIK (SA 1886 - 1957) Watercolour over
537   pencil on paper, "Landscape with mountains & clouds, donga in the           12 000 - 18 000
      foreground", signed in pencil (Conservation mounted) (16 x 23.5cm)

      PORTWAY, DOUGLAS OWEN (SA 1922 - 1993) Aquatint & etching
538   in colours, "Interior scene with nude reflection", signed in pencil &        2 000 - 3 000
      numbered III/X (49 x 32cm)

      POSTMA, LAURIKA (SA 1903 - 1987) Bronze with green patina,
      Profile, "Italiaanse meisie", signed with the artist's initials
539                                                                               8 000 - 12 000
      (Height: 34cm) Literature: "Laurika Postma 'N Biografie" by Naka
      Pillman, page 64 illustrating a plaque of the same work

      PRELLER, ALEXIS (SA 1911 - 1975) Pencil sketch, "Figure study",
540   signed in pencil & inscribed "29 38 39" in the image                         1 000 - 2 000
      (Sheet size: 25.5 x 19cm)

      PRELLER, ALEXIS (SA 1911 - 1975) Pencil sketch, "Between the
541                                                                                1 000 - 2 000
      palms, Seychelles", signed in pencil (Sheet size: 15 x 22.5cm)

      PRELLER, ALEXIS (SA 1911 - 1975) Pen & ink on paper, "Fetish
542                                                                                1 000 - 3 000
      figures", signed (25 x 19cm)

      PRELLER, ALEXIS (SA 1911 - 1975) Pencil sketch on paper,
543                                                                                1 500 - 3 000
      "Standing woman in a doorway beside a portrait", signed (31 x 24.5cm)

      PRELLER, ALEXIS (SA 1911 - 1975) Ink on paper, "Still life with two
544                                                                                1 500 - 3 000
      vases & objects", signed (25.5 x 19cm)

      PRELLER, ALEXIS (SA 1911 - 1975) Crayon on paper, Study,
545                                                                                1 000 - 3 000
      "Standing male nude", signed in ink (Sheet size: 22 x 12cm)

      PRELLER, ALEXIS (SA 1911 - 1975) Crayon over pencil on paper,
546   "Reclining male nude", signed (Condition report: slight damage)              2 000 - 4 000
      (20.5 x 27.5cm)

      PRELLER, ALEXIS (SA 1911 - 1975) Watercolour over pencil,
547                                                                                2 000 - 4 000
      "Herder & cattle", signed in pen (25 x 31cm)

      ROOS, NICHOLAS OSWALD (NICO) PROF (SA 1940 - 2008) Oil on
548   canvas on board, Abstract, "Nocturnal landscape", signed & dated '82,       8 000 - 12 000
      signed again & inscribed Pretoria on the reverse (64 x 85cm)




                                             Page 68
        ROSE-INNES, ALEXANDER (SA 1915 - 1996) Watercolour on brown
549     paper, "Landscape with rural dwelling", signed & dated 21-10-1964           5 000 - 8 000
        (36 x 54.5cm)

        SCHIMMEL, FRED (SA 1928 - ) A pair of screenprints in colours, each
550
        signed in pencil, dated '80 (66 x 50cm each)

550 A   A) "Abstract landscape", numbered 13/75 in pencil                            800 - 1 200


550 B   B) "Abstract forms in a landscape", numbered 20/75 in pencil                 800 - 1 200


        SCHRODER, OTTO EDWARD HENRY FRSA (SA 1913 - 1975)
551     Mixed media, "Misty seascape with rocks & breakers in the distance -        4 000 - 6 000
        South West Africa ", signed (36 x 63.5cm)

        SCHWANECKE, ULRICH CONRAD HEINRICH VALTIN (SWA 1932 -
        2006) Watercolour over pencil, SWA landscape, "Dry river bed", signed
552                                                                                 1 000 - 3 000
        & dated '80, inscribed with the title on the reverse
        (32 x 44.5cm)

        SDOYA, CARLO (SA 1914 - ) Oil on board, "Landscape with a road
553                                                                                 2 000 - 4 000
        through a mountain pass", signed (58 x 70cm)

        SDOYA, CARLO (SA 1914 - ) Oil on board, "Old Johannesburg street
        scene after the rain with buildings, figures, bridge & a double-decker
554     bus", signed (39 x 49.5cm) Provenance: according to the present             4 000 - 8 000
        owner who purchased the work directly from the artist, Sdoya indicated
        that this was an old Johannesburg scene

        SEKOTO, GERARD (SA 1913 - 1993) Gouache, "Figures in a
555                                                                               150 000 - 200 000
        township", signed & dated '72 (56.5 x 88.5cm)

        SIBISI, DUMISANI (SA 1962 - ) Oil on paper, "Conversation", signed
        (Condition report: tear evident) (21.5 x 16cm) PLUS MOLETE, JACOB
556                                                                                   400 - 800
        (SA 20TH CENTURY) Print in colours, "Rural workers", signed in
        pencil, inscribed with the title, dated 1997 & AP (26.5 x 29.5cm)

        SIBIYA, LUCKY MADLO (SA 1942 - 1999) Woodcut in colours,
557     Umabatha Series, "Women stamping corn", signed in pencil, dated '74 &       4 000 - 8 000
        numbered 34/75 (59.5 x 42.5cm)

        SIHLALI, DURANT BASI (SA 1935 - 2004) Monoprint, "Figures in
558                                                                                 2 000 - 4 000
        conversation", signed & dated '71 (61.5 x 49.5cm)

        SIHLALI, DURANT BASI (SA 1935 - 2004) Etching, "At the rock
559     face", signed in pencil, inscribed with the title, dated '94 & numbered     1 000 - 3 000
        33/101 (22 x 16.5cm)




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      SIHLALI, DURANT BASI (SA 1935 - 2004) Sepia watercolor,
560   "Bushveld landscape with pump house & quarry", signed & dated '68          3 000 - 6 000
      (46 x 68cm)

      SIMMERS, MELVIN ARTHUR (ROBERT) (SA 1907 - ) Pastel on
561                                                                              3 000 - 6 000
      paper, "Two male figures", signed (75 x 52.5cm)

      SKOTNES, CECIL EDWIN FRANS (SA 1926 - ) Woodblock in colours,
562   Abstract, "Head", signed in pencil, dated '72 & numbered 33/55             2 000 - 4 000
      (60.6 x 17cm)

      SKOTNES, CECIL EDWIN FRANS (SA 1926 - ) Woodblock, "Mask",
563                                                                              3 000 - 6 000
      signed in pencil & numbered 16/55 (56.5 x 41.5cm)

      SLINGSBY, ROBERT BEVAN (SA 1955 - ) Oil on canvas, "Mask",
564                                                                              4 000 - 6 000
      signed & dated 20.4.2006 (23.5 x 23cm)

      SPILHAUS, PAULINE AUGUSTA WILHELMINA (NITA) (SA 1878 -
565   1967) Oil on cardboard, "Landscape with mountains & trees beside a        8 000 - 12 000
      river" (24.5 x 26.5cm) Provenance & literature on the reverse

      AFTER STERN IRMA (SA 1894 - 1966) 3 x prints framed under one
      mount, "Book plates Ex-Libris" (Largest 15 x 10.5cm) PLUS another
566                                                                                AT BEST
      print of an angel with inscription: "Happy Christmas & New Year from
      Irma Stern" (32 x 19.5cm)

      STEWART, CECIL THORNLEY FRSA (SA 1881 - 1967) Watercolour
567   over pencil, Seascape, "A beach with rocky outcrop at low tide", signed    1 500 - 3 000
      (29.5 x 47cm)

      SUMNER, MAUD EYSTON (SA 1902 - 1985) Pen, ink & wash on
568   paper, "Self portrait - the artist seated & reading at leisure", signed   15 000 - 20 000
      (40.5 x 30cm)

      SWART, SUSANNA (SA 1967 - ) Bronze, "Winged Angel", signed,
569   dated 2008, numbered 2 of 7 and inscribed: "Boudiccea Castings RSA",       2 000 - 4 000
      mounted on a sandstone base (Total height: 25cm)

      TAYLOR, ROY CECIL (SA 1919 - 2000) Oil on canvas on board,
570   "Near Cedara, Natal", signed, inscribed with the title on the reverse      1 000 - 3 000
      (29.5 x 39.5cm)

      THEYS, CONRAD NAGEL DOMAN PROF (SA 1940 - ) Pastel on
571   paper, "Landscape with aloes & rocks", signed & dated 2005                12 000 - 18 000
      (25 x 30.5cm)

      THEYS, CONRAD NAGEL DOMAN PROF (SA 1940 - ) Pastel on
572                                                                             12 000 - 18 000
      paper, "Landscape with Kokerbome", signed & dated 2006 (25 x 30cm)




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      TRETCHIKOFF, VLADIMIR GRIEGOROVICH (SA 1913 - 2006) Oil
      on canvas, "Fighting cocks", signed & dated '54 (68.5 x 94.5cm)
573                                                                                200 000 - 300 000
      Literature: "Tretchikoff" by Howard Timmins a similar example
      illustrated

      TUGWELL, CHRISTOPHER (SA 1938 - ) Oil on canvas on board,
574   "Landscape with rondavel & trees, mountains in the far distance", signed       2 000 - 4 000
      (24.5 x 34.5cm)

      TUGWELL, CHRISTOPHER (SA 1938 - ) Oil on canvas on board,
575   "Sunset rural landscape with farm house among trees & a 'windpomp'             5 000 - 8 000
      beside a river", signed (44.5 x 59.5cm)

      UYS, HENNIE (SA 20TH CENTURY) Oil on board, "Draad Hek",
576   signed & dated 1970, inscribed with the title on the reverse & dated           1 000 - 3 000
      again            (60 x 90.5cm)

      VAN DER MERWE, CHARLES (SA 1938 - 1996) Oil on canvas on
577   board, "Cape rural landscape with workers cottages beside a roadway,           3 000 - 6 000
      trees & mountains in the distance", signed & dated '84 (59.5 x 90cm)

      VAN HEERDEN, PIETER GERHARDUS (PIET) (SA 1917 - 1991)
578   Oil on canvas on board, Landscape, "Valley Stellenbosch", signed, dated       18 000 - 25 000
      '73 & inscribed with the title on the reverse (19 x 29.5cm)

      VAN HEERDEN, PIETER GERHARDUS (PIET) (SA 1917 - 1991)
579                                                                                 20 000 - 30 000
      Oil on canvas on board, "Namaqualand landscape", signed (14 x 37cm)

      VAN HEERDEN, PIETER GERHARDUS (PIET) (SA 1917 - 1991)
580   Oil on canvas on board, "Bushveld landscape with trees & koppie in the        25 000 - 35 000
      distance", signed (34 x 43cm)

      VAN ROOYEN, MINETTE (SA 1934 - ) Pen & ink on paper,
581   "Markuskirche Salzburg vanaf Klausentor", signed, inscribed with the title       400 - 800
      & dated '91 (18 x 19cm)

      VAN ZIJL, ANDRE (SA 1951 - ) Oil-pastel on paper, Landscape, "Two
582   clouds & a tree", signed, inscribed with the title & dated 26.6.79             2 000 - 4 000
      Johannesburg (56 x 89cm)

      VERMEULEN-BREEDT, MARIE (SA 1954 - ) Oil on canvas, Interior
583                                                                                 12 000 - 18 000
      scene, "Story time", signed Marie Vermeulen (88 x 73.5cm)

      VERMEULEN-BREEDT, MARIE (SA 1954 - ) Oil on canvas, "Two girls
584                                                                                 20 000 - 30 000
      picking berries", signed Marie Vermeulen (99 x 79cm)

      VOLSCHENCK, JAN ERNST ABRAHAM (SA 1853 - 1936) Oil on
585   canvas, "The Zevenweeks Poort Pass", signed & dated 1920, signed &            20 000 - 30 000
      dated again on the reverse & inscribed with the title (32.5 x 27cm)




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      VOLSCHENK, PIERRE DR (SA 1926 - ) Oil on board, "Still life with
586                                                                                   2 000 - 4 000
      white magnolias in a pot", signed & dated '94 (70.5 x 57cm)

      VORSTER, ANNA (SA 1928 - ) Monotone etching, "Kore I", signed in
587   pencil, inscribed with the title, dated '83 & numbered 3/50                      300 - 600
      (Sheet size: 29.5 x 21.5cm)

      VORSTER, ANNA (SA 1928 - ) 2 x sepia etchings, "Spanish chapel" &
      "Santa Eulalia", each signed in pencil, inscribed with the title, dated '74 &
588                                                                                   800 - 1 500
      numbered 11/50 & 15/50 - 2 druk respectively
      (Largest sheet size: 31 x 39cm)

      VORSTER, ANNA (SA 1928 - ) Sepia etching, "Kore 5", signed in
589                                                                                   1 000 - 2 000
      pencil, inscribed with the title (Sheet size: 39 x 53cm)

      VORSTER, ANNA (SA 1928 - ) Ink on paper, "Study of Anna Neethling-
590                                                                                   4 000 - 6 000
      Pohl standing", signed & dated '65 (48 x 27cm)

      VORSTER, GORDON FRANK (SA 1924 - 1988) Monoprint,
591                                                                                   2 000 - 4 000
      "Gemsbok", signed (45 x 49.5cm)

      VORSTER, GORDON FRANK (SA 1924 - 1988) Pen, ink & wash,
592                                                                                   4 000 - 6 000
      "Nude forest", signed (36.5 x 49.5cm)

      VORSTER, GORDON FRANK (SA 1924 - 1988) Oil & wash on
593   canvas on board, "Sunburst landscape with wildebeest", signed (54 x             5 000 - 8 000
      64.5cm)

      VOSSER, RUDOLPH (SA 1965 - ) Acrylic on board, "Garden
594                                                                                   5 000 - 8 000
      landscape", signed & inscribed 6-3-98 (42 x 64cm)

      WALLACE, MARJORIE (SA 1925 - 2005) Mixed media on brown
595   paper, "Waenhuiskrans seascape with cottages & fisher-children", signed         2 000 - 4 000
      (49 x 63cm)

      WEIDEMAN, CORNE (SA 1977 - ) Oil on board, Rural landscape with
596   figures on a road, buildings & a church spire in the distance", signed          4 000 - 6 000
      (28.5 x 39cm)

      WEIDEMAN, CORNE (SA 1977 - ) Oil on canvas on board, "Rural
597   landscape with figures & farm buildings beneath a tree", signed                 4 000 - 6 000
      (29 x 39cm)

      WESTBROOK, WALTER EDWARD (SA 1921 - ) Watercolour,
      "Landscape, "Northern Cape scene", signed & inscribed with the title on
598                                                                                   800 - 1 500
      a label on the reverse, including the artists address: 30 Ophelia Street,
      Herlear, Kimberley (23.5 x 33.5)




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      WILLIAMSON, SUSAN MARY (SUE) (SA 1941 - ) 2 x etchings,
      “Wheat” and “Etosha II” each signed, inscribed with the title, dated ‟75
599                                                                                  AT BEST
      & ‟77, one inscribed proof, the other numbered 9/20 respectively
      (Largest: 33.5 x 43.5cm)

      ZEELIE, ADELIO ZAGNI (SA 1911 - 1991) Oil on board, "Durban
600   seascape with fisherwomen sorting the day's catch", signed, inscribed        2 000 - 4 000
      Durban & dated 1958 (51 x 39.5cm)


                    ENGLISH & CONTINENTAL PAINTINGS


LOT                                DESCRIPTION                                      ESTIMATE


      DARBEFEUILLE, PAUL (FRENCH 1855 - 1939) Gilt bronze, "Figurine
601   of a seated fairy on a naturalistic base", signed on the base, on a marble   3 000 - 5 000
      socle (Total height: 19.5cm)

      LEVY, CHARLES OCTAVE H (FRENCH C1820 - ?) Gilt bronze, "clare
602   de lune", signed on the base with "Médaille D'or Paris Exhibition 1900"      3 000 - 5 000
      stamp, on a marble socle (Total height: 24cm)

      LORENTZEN, A (DANISH 20TH CENTURY) Oil on canvas, "South
      West African landscape with ox wagon, figures & cattle beneath a tree,
603                                                                                600 - 1 000
      mountains in the distance", signed (Condition report: paint loss & repair
      evident) (55 x 75cm)

      MARRIOTT-BURTON, H*** (BRITISH 20TH CENTURY) Oil on
604                                                                                500 - 1 500
      board, "Coastal seascape with rocky outcrop", signed (30.5 x 43cm)

      GERMAN SCHOOL (20TH CENTURY) Bronze, "Christ crucified"
605                                                                                2 000 - 4 000
      (Repairs evident) (Height: 125cm)

      EUROPEAN SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) A Religious figure group,
      hand carved & embellished with giltwood, stucco & paint decoration,
606                                                                                2 000 - 4 000
      depicting Christ with his apostles, Mary, a priest, a sponsor & sickly
      youth (Some loses & damage evident) (Height: 83cm)

      EUROPEAN SCHOOL (LATE 19TH CENTURY) A carved oakwood
607   figure of a "Saint", on an octagonal moulded base (Some damage &             500 - 1 500
      losses evident) (Height: 64cm)




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                  BERNARDI AUCTIONEERS
        South African Coins, Proof Sets & Z.A.R., Great Britain,
                    World Coins & Miscellaneous

       SESSION 3: TUESDAY 22 JULY 2008 AT 9H00
                            SOUTH AFRICAN COINS

LOT                              DESCRIPTION                                 ESTIMATE

610   5 X GEORGE VI "5 SHILLINGS" 2 x 1947, 3 x 1952 - boxed - extra fine    150 - 300


611   3 X SOUTH-AFRICA "5 SHILLINGS" 1960 - boxed - extra fine               80 - 120


612   3 X GEORGE VI "5 SHILLINGS" 1952 - boxed - extra fine                  80 - 120


613   3 X GEORGE VI "5 SHILLINGS" 1948 '49 & '52 - boxed - extra fine        80 - 120


614   3 X GEORGE VI "5 SHILLINGS" 1947 - boxed - extra fine                  60 - 100


615   3 X GEORGE VI "5 SHILLINGS" 2 X 1948 & 1 X 1951 - boxed - extra fine   50 - 150


616   3 X GEORGE VI "5 SHILLINGS" 1948, '49 & '52 - boxed - extra fine       50 - 150


617   3 X SOUTH-AFRICA "5 SHILLINGS" 1960 - boxed - extra fine               50 -150


618   3 X VAN RIEBEECK "50 CENT" 1961, '63 & 1964 - boxed - extra fine       50 - 150


619   3 X GEORGE VI "5 SHILLINGS" 1948, '51, '52 - boxed - extra fine        50 - 150


620   3 X GEORGE VI "5 SHILLINGS" 1948, '49 & '52 - boxed - extra fine       50 - 150


621   3 X ELIZABETH "5 SHILLINGS" 1953, '56, '58 - boxed - fine              50 - 150


622   3 X ELIZABETH "5 SHILLINGS" 2 X 1953 & 1 X 1957 - boxed - extra fine   50 - 150


623   3 X GEORGE VI "5 SHILLINGS" 1 X 1948 & 2 X 1949 - boxed - extra fine   50 - 150


624   3 X SOUTH-AFRICA "5 SHILLINGS" 1960 - boxed - extra fine               50 - 150


625   3 X GEORGE VI "5 SHILLINGS" 1948, '49, '50 - boxed - extra fine        50 - 150


626   3 X GEORGE VI "5 SHILLINGS" 2 X 1948 & 1 X 1952 - boxed - extra fine   50 - 150


627   3 X GEORGE VI "5 SHILLINGS" 2 X 1949 & 1 X 1952 - boxed - extra fine   50 - 150




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628   5 X GEORGE V "2½ SHILLINGS – TICKEY" 1930 - boxed - extra fine          200 - 400


629   5 X VAN RIEBEECK 2½ CENTS 1ST DEC. ISSUE 1961 - boxed - extra fine       50 - 150

      GEORGE V "2 x PENNIES 1933, '35 & 3 x ½ PENNIES 1934, '35, '36" -
630                                                                           150 - 300
      boxed - extra fine

631   3 X ELIZABETH "1 PENNY" 1957,‟59,‟60 - boxed - extra fine                 20 - 40


632   4 x GEORGE V "SIXPENCES" 1927,‟33,‟34,‟35 - boxed - very fine           100 - 300


633   5 X GEORGE VI "½ PENNIES" 1937,‟38,‟40,‟42,‟46 - boxed - very fine       50 - 150


634   1 X GEORGE V "2½ SHILLINGS" 1936 - boxed - extra fine                   150 - 300


635   1 X GEORGE V "2 SHILLINGS" 1932 - boxed - extra fine                     50 - 150


636   1 X GEORGE VI "2½ SHILLINGS" 1938 - boxed - extra fine                  100 - 300


637   1 X VAN RIEBEECK "20 CENTS" 1961 - boxed - extra fine                    AT BEST


638   1 X ELIZABETH II "5 SHILLINGS" 1959 - boxed - extra fine                300 - 600

      ELIZABETH II "1 x 1 PENNY 1956 & 4 x ½ PENNIES 1953, '55, '56, '60" -
639                                                                            AT BEST
      boxed - extra fine

640   4 X George V "1 PENNY" 1924,‟26,‟27,‟28 - boxed - extra fine            200 - 400


641   3 X GEORGE V "2½ SHILLINGS" 1925,‟27,‟28 - boxed - extra fine           500 - 1 500


642   5 X GEORGE V "¼ PENNY" 1923,‟24,‟28,‟31,‟35 - boxed - extra fine        100 - 200


643   5 X GEORGE V "2½ SHILLINGS – TICKEY" 1924 - boxed - fine -              100 - 300


644   6 X GEORGE VI "¼ PENNY" 1937,'39,'44,'46,'50,'52 - boxed - fine          50 - 150

      5 X GEORGE V "½ PENNY" 1 X 1929,‟ 2 X 1930 & 2 X 1931- boxed - fine-
645                                                                           200 - 400
      (1 x 1931 damaged)

      5 X GEORGE V "½ PENNY" 1924, 2 X 1925, 1926, 1928 - boxed - extra
646                                                                           300 - 600
      fine

647   5 X GEORGE VI "1 PENNY" 1937,‟38,‟39,‟40,‟46 - boxed - extra fine        50 - 150


648   3 X GEORGE V "2½ SHILLINGS" 1929,‟32,‟34 - boxed - extra fine - fine    500 - 1 500




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      GEORGE VI " 2 X 2 ½ SHILLINGS 1942, '45 & 2 SHILLINGS 1943 & 2 X
649                                                                           50 - 150
      ½ PENNY 1943, ' 47" - boxed - extra fine

                               PROOF SETS, ETC

LOT                              DESCRIPTION                                 ESTIMATE

      7 X VAN RIEBEECK "50 CENT - ½ CENT" 1961 - boxed - proof - very
650                                                                          200 - 400
      fine

651   7 X VAN RIEBEECK "50 CENT - ½ CENT" 1961 - boxed - proof / fine        200 - 400


652   11 X GEORGE VI "LONGPROOF WITH GOLD" 1952 - boxed - proof/fine        1 000 - 2 000


653   7 X VAN RIEBEECK "50 CENT - ½ CENT" 1961 - boxed - proof/ very fine    150 - 300


654   8 X VORSTER "R1 - ½ CENT" 1982 - boxed - proof                         100 - 300


655   8 X SOUTH-AFRICA "R1 - ½ CENT" 1974 - boxed - proof                    100 - 200


656   1 X GEORGE V "2 SHILLINGS" 1932 - boxed - very fine                     50 - 150


657   1 X GEORGE V "2½ SHILLING" 1928 - boxed - fine                          50 - 150


658   1 X GEORGE V "2½ SHILLING" 1931 - boxed - fine-                        100 - 200


659   1 X GEORGE V "1 SHILLING" 1924 - boxed - fine-                          50 - 150


660   1 X GEORGE V "1 SHILLING" 1931 - boxed - very fine- fine               200 - 400


661   1 X GEORGE V "1 SHILLING" 1923 - boxed - fine -                         50 - 150


662   1 X GEORGE V "1 SHILLING" 1923 - boxed - fine -                         50 - 150


663   1 X GEORGE V "1 SHILLING" 1926 - boxed - fine -                         50 - 150


664   1 X DOUBLE SIDED PENNY 1934 & 1939 - boxed - poor                       AT BEST


665   1 X GEORGE V "½ PENNY" 1926 - boxed - very fine -fine                   50 - 150


666   1 X GEORGE V "TICKEY WITH WREATH" 1925 - boxed - fine - poor            AT BEST


667   1 x GEORGE VI "1 SHILLING" 1946 - boxed - fine                          50 - 150


668   1 x GEORGE VI "1 SHILLING" 1944 - boxed - fine                          50 - 150




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669   1 X GEORGE VI "1 SHILLING" 1945 - boxed - fine                          50 - 150


670   1 X GEORGE VI "1 SHILLING" 1944 - boxed - fine                          50 - 150


671   1 X GEORGE VI "2 SHILLINGS" 1948 - boxed - fine-                        50 - 150


672   1 X GEORGE VI "1 SHILLING" 1945 - boxed - fine                          50 - 150


673   1 X GEORGE VI "1 SHILLING" 1945 - boxed - fine-                         50 - 150


674   1 X GEORGE V "TICKEY" 1925 - boxed - extra fine                         100 - 300


675   1 X ELIZABETH II "½ PENNY" 1954 - boxed - fine-                         AT BEST


676   1 X GEORGE VI "5 SHILLINGS" 1947 - boxed - extra fine                   50 - 150

      6 X ELIZABETH II "¼ PENNY" 3 X 1953, 1954, 1955, 1957 - boxed -
677                                                                           50 - 150
      extra fine

678   5 X GEORGE V "2 ½ SHILLINGS – TICKEY" 1923 - boxed - fine-poor          50 - 150


679   1 X VAN RIEBEECK "TICKEY" 1961 - boxed - fine                           AT BEST


680   5 X ELIZABETH "5 SHILLINGS" 1953, 2 x 1956, 19‟57,1958 - boxed - fine   150 - 300

      5 X GEORGE VI "5 SHILLINGS" 2 x 1948,1949,1951, 1952 - boxed -
681                                                                           200 - 400
      extra fine

      5 X GEORGE VI "5 SHILLINGS" 1948, 2 x 1949, 2 x 1952 - boxed - very
682                                                                           150 - 300
      fine

683   5 X SOUTH-AFRICA "5 SHILLINGS" 1960 - boxed - extra fine - very fine    100 - 300

      3 X SA "MEDALLIONS"2 X J VAN RIEBEECK TERCENTENARY 1952,
684                                                                           AT BEST
      1961/71 GROWTH & 1937,‟52,‟71

685   3 X SA "MEDALLIONS" GEO VI - QUEEN ELIZ. 1937                           AT BEST

      4 X SA "MEDALLIONS" 2 X EMPIRE EXHIBITION 1936, 2 X
686                                                                           AT BEST
      VOORTREKKER EEUFEES 1838 - 1938

      5 X GEORGE VI "5 SHILLINGS" 2 X 1948, 19‟51, 2 X 1952 - boxed - very
687                                                                           100 - 300
      fine

688   5 X GEORGE VI "5 SHILLINGS" 4 x 1948,1949 - boxed - very fine           100 - 300




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689   5 X GEORGE VI "5 SHILLINGS" 1948, 1949, 3 x 1952 - boxed - extra fine   100 - 300

      5 X ELIZABETH "5 SHILLINGS" 1956, 2 x 1957,2 x 1958 - boxed - very
690                                                                           100 - 300
      fine

691   5 X ELIZABETH "5 SHILLINGS" 2 X 1953, 1956,2 X 1958 - boxed - fine-     50 - 150


692   3 X GEORGE VI "5 SHILLINGS" 1951, 2 X 1952 - boxed - fine               50 - 150


693   3 X GEORGE VI "5 SHILLINGS" 2 X 1949, 1952 - boxed - fine               50 - 150


694   3 X GEORGE VI "5 SHILLINGS" 1948, 1949, 1951 - boxed - fine             50 - 150


695   3 X GEORGE VI "5 SHILLINGS" 1949, 2 X 1952 - boxed - fine               50 - 150

      5 X GEORGE V "2 x 2 SHILLINGS 1933, '36 & 3 x 1 SHILLINGS1927, '32,
696                                                                           100 - 300
      '34" - boxed - fine

      6 X GEORGE V "TICKEY" 1926,1929, 2 X 1933, 1935, 1936 - boxed -
697                                                                           100 - 300
      fine

      6 X GEORGE VI "2 X ½ PENNY 1950, '52 & 4 X ¼ PENNY 1943, '45, '47,
698                                                                           100 - 2 00
      48" - boxed - very fine/fine

      4 X GEORGE VI "5 SHILLINGS" 1948, 2 X 1949, 1952 - boxed -
699                                                                           50 - 150
      fine/poor

700   4 X ELIZABETH II "5 SHILLINGS" 1957, 3 X 1958 - boxed - fine-           50 - 150


701   2 X GEORGE VI "5 SHILLINGS" 1947 - boxed - extra fine                   50 - 150

      5 X SOUTH-AFRICA "5 SHILLINGS" 1947, 4 X 1960 - boxed - extra
702                                                                           100 - 300
      fine/fine

703   4 X SOUTH-AFRICA "5 SHILLINGS" 1960 - boxed - extra fine/fine           100 - 300

      4 X ELIZABETH "2 X ½ PENNY 1958, 59 & 2 X ¼ PENNY 1958, '60" -
704                                                                           50 - 150
      boxed - fine

      4 X GEORGE V "2 X 2 SHILLINGS 1930, '34 & 2 X 1 SHILLINGS 1930,
705                                                                           50 - 150
      '32" - boxed - fine

706   GEORGE V "SIXPENCE" 1925,‟27,‟29 - boxed - fine                         50 - 150

      GEORGE VI "2 x 2 SHILLINGS 1950, '51 & 4 X TICKEYS 1941, '47, '48,
707                                                                           50 - 150
      '51"- boxed - fine

708   4 X GEORGE V "1 PENNY" 1924, 1926, 2 X 1929 - boxed - fine-             50 - 150




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709   5 X GEORGE V "1 PENNY" 1929,‟30,‟32,‟34,‟36 - boxed - very fine        50 - 150


710   5 X GEORGE V "½ PENNY" 1926,‟30,‟34, 2 X 1936 - boxed - fine -         50 - 150


711   4 X GEORGE V "¼ PENNY" 1924,‟32, 2 X 1935 - boxed - fine               50 - 150


712   3 X GEORGE V "½ PENNY" 1935 - boxed - extra fine (1 damaged)           AT BEST


713   4 X GEORGE V "1 PENNY" 1930 - boxed - fine                             50 - 150


714   4 X GEORGE V "1 PENNY" 1932,‟32,‟35,‟36 - boxed - extra fine            40 - 80


715   5 X GEORGE VI "TICKEY" 1938,‟40,‟44,‟47,‟48 - boxed - very fine/fine    40 - 80


716   3 X GEORGE V "2½ SHILLINGS" 1929,‟30,‟34 - boxed - very fine/fine      100 - 300


717   1 X GEORGE VI "2 SHILLINGS" 1945 - boxed - extra fine                   40 - 80


718   1 X ELIZABETH "2½ SHILLINGS" 1960 - boxed - very fine                   30 - 60


719   1 x GEORGE V "1 PENNY" 1926 - boxed - fine-                            AT BEST


720   1 X GEORGE VI "5 SHILLINGS" 1952 - boxed - very fine                    30 - 60


721   1 X GEORGE VI "50 CENTS" 1961 - boxed - fine                            20 - 40


722   1 X GEORGE VI "5 SHILLINGS" 1947 - boxed - very fine                    30 - 60


723   1 X GEORGE VI "5 SHILLINGS" 1949 - boxed - very fine                    30 - 60


724   1 X GEORGE VI "5 SHILLINGS" 1948 - boxed - very fine                    30 - 60

                             SOUTH-AFRICA (Z.A.R)

LOT                              DESCRIPTION                                 ESTIMATE

      4 X PAUL KRUGER "2 SHILLING – TICKEY" 1892,'96,'97 - boxed -
725                                                                          AT BEST
      fine/poor

      5 X PAUL KRUGER "2½ SHILLING – TICKEY" 1892,'93,'95,'97,'97 -
726                                                                          300 - 600
      boxed - very fine/fine

727   5 X PAUL KRUGER "SIXPENCE" 1893,‟95,‟95,‟97,‟97 - boxed - fine/poor    300 - 600

      5 X PAUL KRUGER "2½ SHILLING – TICKEY" 1895,'96,'96,'96,'97 -
728                                                                          300 - 600
      boxed - very fine/fine




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      6 X PAUL KRUGER "TICKEY" 1892,‟93,‟95,‟96,‟96,‟97 - boxed - very
729                                                                              300 - 600
      fine/fine

730   5 X PAUL KRUGER "1 SHILLING" 1892,‟92,‟94,‟95,‟96 - boxed - fine/poor      400 - 800

      5 X PAUL KRUGER "2½ SHILLING – TICKEY" 1894,'96,'96,'96,'97 -
731                                                                              300 - 600
      boxed - fine

      5 X PAUL KRUGER "2½ SHILLING – TICKEY" 1894,'95,'97,'97,'97 -
732                                                                              200 - 400
      boxed - fine

733   4 x PAUL KRUGER "1 PENNY" 1892,‟92,‟98,‟98 - boxed - fine                  50 - 150

      5 X PAUL KRUGER "2½ SHILLING – TICKEY" 1893,'95,'95,'96,'96 -
734                                                                              100 - 300
      boxed - fine/poor

      3 X KRUGER MEDALLIONS "KERKPLEIN PRETORIA ONTHULLING
735   11.10.1954" 2 X SILVER, BRONZE - with original lapel pin - boxed - extra   75 - 150
      fine


736   3 X "SIXPENCE" 1893,‟96,‟96 - boxed - fine/poor                            50 - 150


737   1 X PAUL KRUGER "5 SHILLINGS" 1892 - boxed - very fine                     200 - 400

                                 SOUTH AFRICA

LOT                               DESCRIPTION                                    ESTIMATE

      1 X SOUTH-AFRICA EXHIBITION OF 1885 COPPER MEDALLION - boxed -
738                                                                              100 - 300
      very fine

      1 X "EDW VII COMM MEDALLION COLONY OF NATAL 26 JUNE 1902" -
739                                                                              AT BEST
      boxed - poor (Hole)

740   3 X ROYAL VISIT/ CORONATION MEDALLIONS 1937 - boxed - fine                 AT BEST

      4 X ASSTD MEDALLIONS "BLOEMFONTEIN 1846 - 1946",
      "JOHANNESBURG", "BURGERSDORP CENTENARY 1846 - 1946",
741                                                                              50 - 150
      "SOUVENIR OF TABLE MOUNTAIN CABLEWAY OCT 5 1929" - boxed -
      fine

      3 X ROYAL VISIT/ CORONATION MEDALLIONS 1911,'11,‟37, COPPER,
742                                                                              AT BEST
      BRASS & SILVER - boxed - fine (Hole)

743   3 X GEORGE VI "5 SHILLINGS" 1948,‟48,‟52 - boxed - extra fine/fine         50 - 150


744   4 X GEORGE VI "5 SHILLINGS" 1952 - boxed - fine/poor                       50 - 150


745   4 X ELIZABETH "5 SHILLINGS" 1958 - boxed - fine                            50 - 150




                                          Page 80
746   4 X GEORGE VI "5 SHILLINGS" 1952 - boxed - fine                        50 - 150


747   4 X GEORGE VI "5 SHILLINGS" 1948 - boxed - fine-                       50 - 150


748   4 X GEORGE VI "5 SHILLINGS" 1949 - boxed - fine/poor                   50 - 150


749   4 X GEORGE VI "2½ SHILLLINGS – TICKEY" 1923,'26,'28 - boxed - fine-    50 - 150


750   4 X GEORGE VI "5 SHILLINGS" 1952 - boxed - fine                        50 - 150


751   5 X GEORGE VI "2½ SHILLLINGS" 1923,‟24,‟25,‟26,‟27 - boxed - fine-     50 - 150


752   4 X GEORGE VI "5 SHILLINGS" 1952 - boxed - fine                        50 - 150


753   4 X GEORGE VI "5 SHILLINGS" 1948,‟48,‟52,‟52 - boxed - fine            50 - 150


754   3 X SOUTH-AFRICA "5 SHILLINGS" 1960 - boxed - fine                     50 - 150


755   4 X GEORGE VI "5 SHILLINGS" 1947,‟47,‟48,‟51 - boxed - fine            50 - 150


756   4 X GEORGE VI "5 SHILLINGS" 1949 - boxed - fine                        50 - 150


757   4 X GEORGE VI "5 SHILLINGS" 1952 - boxed - fine                        50 - 150


758   1 X SOUTH-AFRICA "5 SHILLINGS" 1950 - boxed - extra fine                40 - 80


759   1 X SOUTH-AFRICA "50 CENTS" 1963 - boxed - extra fine                   40 - 80


760   1 X SOUTH-AFRICA "5 SHILLINGS" 1947 - boxed - extra fine                40 - 80


761   1 X ELIZABETH "5 SHILLINGS" 1958 - boxed - fine                         20 - 40


762   3 X ELIZABETH "5 SHILLINGS" 1953,‟54,‟57 - boxed - fine                50 - 150

      5 X GEORGE V "1 x 1 PENNY 1931 & 1 x ½ PENNIES 1931 2 x ½ D
763                                                                          50 - 150
      1932,'33 & 1 x ¼ D 1931" - boxed - very fine

      A COLLECTION 60 X ASSORTED "5 SHILLINGS" & "50C" PIECES
      1948,'49,'50,'51,'52,'60,'63,'64 CONTAINING DUPLICATES CONTAINED
764                                                                          AT BEST
      IN A MAHOGANY CASE HAVING 4 VELVET LINED REMOVABLE TRAYS -
      extra fine/fine/poor

      50 X ASSORTED "1 RANDS" 1966,'67,'69,'79,'87 SOME DUPLICATES
765                                                                          AT BEST
      CONTAINED IN S RED PRESENTATION CASE- extra fine/fine

766   1 X GOLD Z.A.R. SAMMY MARKS?? "TICKEY" 1898 - boxed - extra fine      500 - 1 000




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767   1 X KRUGER RAND GOLD 102 1980 - boxed - proof?                       2 000 - 4 000


768   1 X KRUGER RAND GOLD 102 1984 - boxed - proof?                       2 000 - 4 000


769   1 X SOUTH-AFRICA "5 SHILLINGS" 1960 - boxed - extra fine               50 - 100


770   1 X SOUTH-AFRICA "R1" 1966 - boxed - extra fine                         40 - 80


771   1 X "HERINNERING AAN ZEILWEDSTRIJDEN" MEDALLION - boxed                AT BEST


772   1 X SOUTH-AFRICA "R1" 1967 - boxed - fine                               20 - 40

      1 X "VOORTREKKER MONUMENT - MAYOR & CITY OF JHB" MEDALLION
773                                                                           20 - 40
      1949 - boxed - extra fine

774   1 X SOUTH-AFRICA "R1" 1966 - boxed - extra fine                         40 - 80


775   1 X SOUTH-AFRICA "R1" 1969 - boxed - extra fine                         40 - 80


776   1 X SOUTH-AFRICA "5 SHILLINGS" 1960 - boxed - extra fine                40 - 80


777   1 X GEORGE VI "2½ SHILLINGS" 1941 - boxed - extra fine                  40 - 80

      1 X "EDWARD PRINCE OF WALES CAPE TOWN MEDALION" 1925 -
778                                                                           20 - 40
      boxed - fine

      5 X ASSTD MEDALLIONS, COPPER, SILVER & BRASS, 1925 & BLANK -
779                                                                          AT BEST
      boxed - fine

780   4 X ASSTD MEDALLIONS & 1 TOKEN - boxed                                 AT BEST


781   3 X GEORGE V "2 x TICKEY, 1x ½ PENNY" 1927,‟30,‟29 - boxed - fine-     50 - 150


782   1 X GEORGE V "2½ SHILLINGS" 1927 - boxed - extra fine                 100 - 200


783   1 X GEORGE VI "2 SHILLINGS" 1937 - boxed - extra fine                   30 - 60


784   1 X GEORGE V "2½ SHILLINGS" 1924 - boxed - fine                         30 - 60


785   1 X GEORGE V "2½ SHILLINGS" 1935 - boxed - very fine                  100 - 300


786   1 X VORSTER "R1" 1990 - boxed - very fine                              10 – 30


787   1 X VAN RIEBEECK "50 CENT" 1963 - boxed - fine                         AT BEST




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788   1 X GEORGE VI "5 SHILLINGS" 1952 - boxed - very fine                        10 – 30

      1 X "R.S.A. DEFENCE MEDALLION 31.5.1961" - boxed PLUS 1 X LIONS
789                                                                               AT BEST
      FOUNDATION MEMBER MEDALION

      1 X "VREDE VAN VEREENIGING 1902" MEDALLION STERLING SILVER -
790                                                                               AT BEST
      boxed - fine PLUS 1 X "KARL HAGENBECK 1948" MEDALION - boxed

      1994 SA GOLD KRUGER RAND 1 OUNCE PENDANT - set within a
791   decorative repoussé design circular setting (Mass: 48gms incl) NB: Only   6 000 - 8 000
      proof issue

      1980 SA GOLD KRUGER RAND 1/2 OUNCE PENDANT -set within a
792                                                                             2 000 - 4 000
      circular fretted gold disc

      1988 SA GOLD ½ OUNCE KRUGER RAND PENDANT - set within a
793   decorative curlicue framework, embellished with a single 0.5 diamond      1 500 - 2 500
      gemstone, with a gold Indian link chain NB: Only proof issue

      1980 SA GOLD ¼ OUNCE KRUGER RAND PENDANT - set in an Art
794   Deco gold setting & embellished with 4 x .05 and 1 x.07 diamond           1 500 - 2 500
      gemstones NB: Only proof issue

      1996 SA 24CT GOLD ¼ OUNCE PENDANT MEDALLION - of the
795                                                                             1 500 - 2 500
      „Natura‟ Series of the elephant Mandeleve

      1996 SA 24CT GOLD ¼ OUNCE PENDANT MEDALLION - of the
796   „Natura‟ Series depicting Mandeleve & a baby elephant, embellished in a   1 500 - 2 500
      setting with 6 x .05 and 4 x .07 diamond gemstones

      SA MINT COMMEMORATIVE GOLD COIN - Republic Anniversary
797   1961 – 1966, set within a circular rope-twist mount with a fine quality    200 - 400
      West German gold link chain

      1984 SA GOLD KRUGER RAND 1/10th OUNCE - set within a multi-
798                                                                              400 - 800
      staret Indian design setting with gold Indian chain

      1994 SA GOLD 1/10th OUNCE KRUGER RAND PENDANT - set in a
799                                                                              400 - 800
      star-like setting with an Indian gold chain NB: Only proof issue

      1998 SA 24CT GOLD ¼ OUNCE PENDANT MEDALLION - of the
800   „Natura‟ Series – The Leopard, set with .05 diamond gemstones, with an    800 - 1 200
      Indian gold neck chain

      1983 SA GOLD R1 COIN PENDANT - set within a tri- ring setting,
801                                                                              300 - 500
      with a Continental gold fine rope twist neck chain

802   1977 SA MINT SILVER R1 COIN PENDANT - „Protea‟ series                      150 - 250




                                            Page 83
      1998 SA MINT SILVER R2 COIN PENDANT - Penguin series NB:
803                                                                                150 - 250
      Only proof issue

      SA MINT SILVER - 5- coin pendant, Elizabeth II 1919 – 1953, 1964 SA
804   Mint silver 20c coin pendant - van Riebeeck issue, British Elizabeth II £1    50 - 150
      legal tender coin & 1977 U.S.A. silver $1 coin – Eisenhower (Circulated)

                                 GREAT BRITAIN

LOT                                DESCRIPTION                                     ESTIMATE

805   4 X GEORGE IV "2 x ½ PENNY & 2 x ¼ PENNY" 1826,‟27,‟22,‟26 - boxed            AT BEST

      3 X GEORGE V "1 x 1 PENNY & 1 x ½ PENNY & 1 x ¼ FARTHING"
806                                                                                 AT BEST
      1930,‟27,‟25 - boxed - very fine

      3 X VICTORIA "1 x ½ CROWN & 2 x 10 C MAURITIUS" 1840,‟87,‟88-
807                                                                                 AT BEST
      boxed

808   2 X GEORGE VI & 1 X VICTORIA "3 PENCE" 1941,‟45,‟54 - boxed - fine             30 - 60


809   1 X GEORGE IV "CROWN" 1821 - boxed - fine                                     50 - 150


810   1 X GEORGE VI "CROWN" 1951 - boxed - extra fine                               50 - 160


811   1 X GEORGE V "CROWN" 1935 ERROR ON EDGE "XXV" - boxed                         AT BEST


812   1 X VICTORIA "1 PENNY" YOUNG HEAD 1851 - boxed                                AT BEST

      5 X GEORGE V "CROWN – TICKEY" 1919,‟20,'20,‟34,‟35 - boxed - very
813                                                                                 50 - 150
      fine/fine

      3 X VICTORIA "1 x 1 PENNY & 1 x ½ PENNY & 1 x ¼ FARTHING"
814                                                                                  30 - 60
      1901,1899,1900 - boxed - fine

815   4 X GEORGE IV "¼ PENNY" 1806,‟23,‟26,‟54 - boxed                              AT BEST

      4 X VARIOUS PENNY‟S "2 x 1 PENNIES & 2 x ½ PENNIES" 1797 - 1834-
816                                                                                 AT BEST
      boxed - very fine

817   5 X EDWARD VII "1 PENNY – TICKEY" 1906,‟03,‟02- boxed - fine                  50 - 150


818   15 X GEORGE VI "SPECIMEN COINS" 1937 - boxed - proof                         500 - 1 000


819   1 X QUEEN MOTHER "EIGHTIETH BIRTHDAY" 1980 - boxed - proof                     30 - 60


820   4 X GEORGE V "TICKEY" 1931,‟34,‟34,‟35- boxed - fine                           30 - 60




                                            Page 84
      5 X VICTORIA "½ CROWN – TICKEY" 1896,'93,1900,1896,1900 - boxed
821                                                                      50 - 150
      - very fine/fine

      4 X VICTORIA "1 SHILLING, SIXPENCE, 4 PENCE, 1½ PENCE"
822                                                                      50 - 150
      1868,‟85,‟40,‟43 - boxed - fine

823   4 X GEORGE V "¼ FARTHINGS" 1914,‟24,‟29,‟32 - boxed - very fine     20 - 40


824   4 X EDWARD VII "¼ FARTHING" 1906,‟07,‟09,‟10 - boxed - very fine    40 - 80


825   1 X VICTORIA "5 SHILLINGS" 1893 - boxed - very fine                50 - 150

      1 X EDWARD VII "CORONATION OF EDWARDS/ALEXANDRIA" 1902 -
826                                                                      50 - 150
      boxed - fine

      1 X EDWARD VIII "CORONATION" (ABDICATED) 1937 - boxed - very
827                                                                      100 - 300
      fine

828   1 X VICTORIA "1 PENNY" (PLAIN TRIDENT) 1856 - boxed - fine         50 - 150

      1 X ELIZABETH "5 SHILLING" (BALLIWICK OF JERSEY) 1966 - boxed -
829                                                                      AT BEST
      fine

830   1 X "REBUILDING OF ST.GILES CHURCH MEDALION 1883" - boxed          AT BEST


831   1 X "INT EXHIBIT EDINBURGH MEDALION 1886" - boxed (Hole)           AT BEST


832   1 X VICTORIA "1 FLORIN" - boxed - fine                             50 - 150


833   1 X "EXHIBITION OF LONDON MEDALION (VICTORIA) 1886" - boxed        AT BEST

      1 X "GEORGE STEPHENSON CENTENARY MEDALION 1830" - boxed
834                                                                      AT BEST
      (Hole)

835   1 X "VICTORIA JUBILEE MEDALION 1837 - 1887" - boxed                AT BEST


836   1 X VICTORIA "5 SHILLINGS" 1890 - boxed - fine                     50 - 150


837   1 X "ELIZABETH/CHURCHILL 1965" - boxed - fine                      AT BEST


838   1 X ROYAL VISIT TO SOUTH-AFRICA 1995 - boxed                       AT BEST


839   1 X ROYAL WEDDING SARAH & ANDREW 1986 - boxed                      AT BEST


840   1 X ELIZABETH SILVER 1952 - boxed - proof                           20 - 40


841   1 X "ROYAL WEDDING LADY DI & CHARLES 1981" - boxed - proof         AT BEST




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842   1 X ELIZABETH SILVER 1952 - boxed - proof                          20 - 40


843   3 X ELIZABETH "3 x SILVER JUBILLE" 1977 - boxed - very fine        AT BEST


844   3 X ELIZABETH "WEDDING OF CHARLES & DIANA" 1981 - boxed - fine     AT BEST


845   4 X VICTORIA "½ PENNY" 1877,‟77,‟80,‟80 - boxed - fine-            AT BEST


846   3 X VICTORIA "¼ FARTHING" 1861,‟62,‟95 - boxed - fine/poor         AT BEST

      1 x GEORGE III & 2 x VICTORIA "1 SHILLING" 1819,‟46,‟87- boxed -
847                                                                      AT BEST
      fine/poor

848   5 X VICTORIA ASSTD 1887,‟87,‟62,‟87,‟38 - boxed - scrap            AT BEST


849   2 x GEORGE III & 1 x EDWARDS 1806,‟07,1903 - boxed                 AT BEST

      2 X ELIZABETH/CHURCHILL & "QUEEN MOTHER‟S BIRTHDAY" 1965-
850                                                                      AT BEST
      boxed - fine

851   4 X ELIZABETH/CHURCHILL 1965 - boxed - fine                        50 - 150


852   3 X ASSTD MEDALLIONS - boxed - scrap                               AT BEST

      5 X VICTORIA "½ CROWN, 1 SHILLING, 2 X 1 PENNY, TICKEY" 1901,
853                                                                      AT BEST
      1897,1900,1862,1901 - boxed - fine-

854   1 X VICTORIA "1 FLORIN" 1868-1879 - boxed - scrap                  AT BEST

      1 X ROYAL ACADEMY OF MUSIC MEDALLION 1927 - boxed - fine & ex-
855                                                                      50 - 150
      mount

856   1 X VICTORIA "1 SHILLING" SMALL HEAD 1889 - boxed - fine           50 - 150


857   1 X SILVER JUBILEE COMMEMORATIVE 1977- boxed - very fine           AT BEST


858   1 X VICTORIA FIFTIETH YEAR OF REIGN MEDALION 1887 - boxed - fine   50 - 150


859   1 X VICTORIA "1 FLORIN" GOTHIC HEAD 1853 - boxed - scrap           AT BEST


860   1 X ROYAL WEDDING "SARAH/ANDREW" 1986 - boxed - extra fine         AT BEST


861   1 X VICTORIA "ROYAL NAVAL EXHIBITION" 1891- boxed - poor           AT BEST


862   1 X TRADE 1 DOLLAR 1900 - boxed - (Scrap)                          AT BEST




                                         Page 86
        5 X VICTORIA "1 x 1 PENNY, 2 x ½ PENNY, 2 x ¼ FARTHING"
863                                                                            50 - 150
        1870,‟74,‟92,‟80,‟91 - boxed - fine

        3 X VICTORIA "2 x 1 SHILLING, 1 x MODEL ½ SOUVEREIGN"
864                                                                            AT BEST
        1883,‟87,‟54 - boxed - fine-

        4 X GEORGE V "2 x 1 PENNY, 1 x ½ PENNY, 1 x ¼ FARTHING"
865                                                                            AT BEST
        1936,‟31,‟25,‟12 - boxed - very fine

866     3 X GEORGE III "TOKEN COINS" 1782- boxed - fine/poor                   100 - 300

        4 X VICTORIA "2 SHILLINGS, 1 SHILLING, SIXPENCE, TICKEY" SMALL
867                                                                            100 - 300
        HEAD 1888,‟89,‟90,‟93 - boxed - fine

        5 X GEORGE V "2 x 1 PENNY, 3 x ¼ FARTHINGS" 1919,‟36,‟28,‟28,‟32 -
868                                                                            AT BEST
        boxed - fine

        5 X GEORGE V/ VI ASSDT EMPIRE COINS 1939,‟44.‟23,‟43,‟22 - boxed -
869                                                                            AT BEST
        fine-

LOT                                DESCRIPTION                                 ESTIMATE

870                           RHODESIA (ZIMBABWE)

870 A   A) 4 X GEORGE V "TICKEY" 1932,‟34,‟35,‟39 - boxed - very fine/fine     100 - 300


870 B   B) 5 X GEORGE VI "½ CROWN" 1947,‟49,‟49,‟51,'51 - boxed - fine         100 - 300


870 C   C) 5 X GEORGE VI/ELIZ. "½ CROWN" 1947,‟47,‟47,'49,‟55 - boxed - fine   100 - 300

        D) 5 X ASSTD "½ CROWN, 1 PENNY, TICKEY, SIXPENCE,
870 D                                                                          50 - 150
        INDEPENDENCE MEDALION" 1946,'42,'68,'55,'65 - boxed - fine

870 E   E) 4 X GEORGE V "1 PENNY" 1936,‟36,‟37,‟38 - boxed - very fine/fine    50 - 150


870 F   F) 6 X GEORGE V "TICKEY" 1932,‟32,‟34,‟35,‟35,‟36 - boxed - fine       50 - 150


870 G   G) 1 X RHODESIAN INDEPENDENCE 1965 - boxed - extra fine                50 - 150

        H) 5 X GEORGE VI "2 SHILLINGS, ½CROWN, 1 SHILLING, SIXPENCE,
870 H                                                                          50 - 150
        TICKEY" 1947,‟48,‟50,‟46,‟45 - boxed - fine

        I) 4 X GEORGE VI "2 x 1 SHILLING, 2 x ½ PENNY" 1937,‟49,‟54,‟54 -
870 I                                                                          50 - 150
        boxed - fine

870 J   J) 4 X GEORGE VI "½ PENNY" 1934,‟34,‟38,‟39 - boxed - very fine/fine    40 - 80




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871                                  PORTUGAL

        A) 5 X CARLOS "1x 500 REIS, 1x 100 REIS, 3x 20 REIS"
871 A                                                                          AT BEST
        1891,'95,'91,'92,'83 - boxed - very fine/poor

871 B   B) 2 X "200 REIS, 10 REIS" 1887,‟84 - boxed - fine                     AT BEST

872                                     SPAIN

872 A   A) 1 X CINCO PESETAS 1949 - boxed - fine                               AT BEST

873                                     EGYPT

        A) 5 X PIASTRES "2 x 10 PIASTRES, 2 x 5 PIASTRES, 1x 2 PIASTRES"
873 A                                                                          AT BEST
        1930,‟17,‟40,‟40,‟40 - boxed - fine

874                                   GERMANY

        A) 1 x 3 MARK 1935, 1 x 5 MARK 1972, 1 x 10 MARK 1913" - boxed -
874 A                                                                          AT BEST
        fine

874 B   B) 1 X SAXONY: EIN PFUND 1862 - boxed - very fine - fine               AT BEST

        C) 6 X WEST GERMANY "3 x 5 MARK 1951, 2 x 2 MARK 1933, '37, 1 x
874 C                                                                          AT BEST
        100 MARK 1022" - boxed - extra fine

874 D   D) 1 X "2 MARK" 1876 - boxed - very fine                              500 - 1 500

        E) 9 X 5 PFENNIG" 1898, 1912, 1916, 1922 1920 - boxed - very fine -
874 E                                                                          AT BEST
        fine

        F) 6 X "2x 10 PFENNIG 1902, '21, 2x 20 PFENNIG 1888, '90, 1x 25
874 F                                                                          AT BEST
        PFENNIG 1909, 1MARK 1911" - boxed - fine

874 G   G) 1 X DREI MARK 1909 - boxed - fine                                   AT BEST

        H) 1 X PRINCE ALBERT (PRUSSIA)MEDALLIUON INTERNATIONA
874 H                                                                          AT BEST
        EXHIBITION 1862 - boxed - very fine

874 I   I) 6 X ASSORTED KRIEGS NOTGELD - boxed - fine -                        50 - 150

        J) 5 X "1 x 500 MARK 1923, 2 x 200 MARK1923, 2 x 50 PFENNIG 1921,
874 J                                                                          50 - 150
        '21" boxed - very fine

        K) 8 X "10 PFENNIG 3 x 1914, 1919, 1916, 1921 , 5 PFENNIG 1876,
874 K                                                                          50 - 150
        1913" - boxed - very fine - fine

874 L   L) 4 X "1 MARK" 1950,‟58, 2 x 1986 - boxed - very fine                 AT BEST




                                            Page 88
        M) 4 X "5 MARK 1938, 2 MARK 1970 , 10 PFENNIG 1921, 50 PFENNIG
874 M                                                                           50 - 150
        1928" - boxed - very fine

        N) "1 PFENNIG 1868 , 3 PFENNIG 1867 , 1X SILVER GROSCHEN 1847 ,
874 N                                                                           50 - 150
        1X       GROSCHEN 1862 5 PFENNING 1866" boxed - fine-

        O) "2 X ½ MARK 1906, 10 PFENNIG 1940, 2 X PFENNIG 1877, 1924, 5
874 O                                                                           50 - 150
        PFENNIG 1899" - boxed - very fine - fine

        P) 6 X "1 PFENNIG" 1892, 1906, 1911, 1913 1937 ‟1940 - boxed - very
974 P                                                                           AT BEST
        fine - fine

874 Q   Q) 1 X "10 PFENNIG IRON?" 1918 - boxed - fine                           AT BEST


874 R   R) 6 X "1 PFENNIG" 1917 - boxed - fine                                  50 - 150

875                                   AUSTRIA

875 A   A) 1 X "MARIA THERESIA" (THALER) 1780 - boxed - very fine               50 - 150

        B) 2 X 1 KREUZER 1859 '81,1 x 10 HELLER 1916 2 X 20 HELLER 1916 -
875 B                                                                           AT BEST
        boxed - fine -

875 C   C) 3 X 2 HELLER 1894, 1914, 1917, 1 X 1 HELLER 1912 - boxed - fine -    AT BEST


875 D   D) 1 X "1 KREUZER" 1624 - boxed - scrap                                 AT BEST


875 E   E) 1 X "3 KREUZER" (FERDINAND II) 1629 - boxed - poor                   AT BEST

        F) 1 X "8 FLORIN – 20 FRANCS" (FRANZ – JOSEF) GOLD 1904 - boxed -
875 F                                                                           200 - 400
        very fine

        G) 2 X 20 HELLER 1911, '16, 2 X 10 HELLER 1895, '1910 - boxed - extra
875 G                                                                           AT BEST
        fine - very fine

875 H   H) 1 X MARIA THERESIA MEDALION BRASS 1780 - boxed - fine                AT BEST

        I) 1 X 20 HELLER 1893, 1 X 10 HELLER 1895, 1 X 2 HELLER 1911, 1 X 1
875 I                                                                           AT BEST
        HELLER 1903 - boxed - very fine

875 J   J) 5 X ASSORETED OLD COINS - boxed- scrap                               AT BEST


875 K   K)4 X OLD COINS boxed 1624,‟25,‟1893 - boxed -fine - poor               AT BEST




                                           Page 89
876                             DEUTCH OST-AFRICA

876 A   A) 1 x 20 HELLER1916 , 2x 1 HELLER 1905, ‟06 - boxed - fine                AT BEST

        B) 10 HELLER 1910, 5 HELLER 1913, ¼ RUPEE 1913, 1 HELLER 1906 -
876 B                                                                              AT BEST
        boxed - very fine - fine

        C) 3 X "1 X 1 RUPEE 1911, 2 X 1/4 RUPIE 1913, '14" - boxed - very fine -
876 C                                                                              AT BEST
        fine

876 D   D) 1 X 20 HELLER 1916 , 2 X 1 HELLER 1907, '10 - boxed - fine              AT BEST

877                                     FRANCE

877 A   A) 1 X "20 FRANCS" 1933 - boxed - fine                                     AT BEST


877 B   B) 6 X "10 CENTIMES 1853, ‟55, ‟56, ‟99, ‟1910, ‟11" - boxed - fine-       AT BEST


877 C   C) 5 X "5 FRANCS" 1940, 2 x 1946, ‟47, ‟49 - boxed - fine                  AT BEST


877 D   D) 1 X "5 FRANCS" 1875 - boxed - fine -                                    AT BEST


877 E   E) 1 X NAPOLEON III MEDALION - boxed - extra very fine                     AT BEST


877 F   F) 1 X NAPOLEON III MEDALION 1859 - boxed - very fine                      AT BEST


877 G   G) 4 X "2 FRANCS" 1871, 1943, ‟44, ‟49 - boxed - very fine - fine          AT BEST


877 H   H) 2 X 1 FRANC 1834, 1950, 1 X 25 CENTIMES 1904 - boxed - fine             AT BEST


877 I   I) 1 CENTIMES 1849, 50 CENTIMES 1932, 1 FRANC 1922 - boxed - fine          AT BEST


877 J   J) 2 X 5 CENTIMES1854, ''79, 1 CENTIMES 1896 - boxed - fine -              AT BEST

878                                 SAUDI ARABIA

878 A   A ) 3 X "1 RIYAL (AH1374)" 1970 - boxed - fine                             AT BEST

879                 EAST AFRICA & UGANDA PROTECTORATES

        A) 4 X "10 CENTS, 5 CENTS, 2 x 1 CENTS" 1907,‟13,‟09,‟25 - boxed -
879 A                                                                              AT BEST
        very fine

880                                 WEST- AFRICA

880 A   A) 3 X "1 PENNY, ½ PENNY, 1 CENT" 1908,‟36,‟09 - boxed - very fine         AT BEST




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881                                     INDIA

881 A   A) 1 X GEORGE VI "1 RUPEE" 1940 - boxed - fine                          AT BEST

        B) 3 X VICTORIA "1 X ½ RUPEE & 2 x ¼ RUPEE" 1862,‟89,‟40 boxed -
881 B                                                                           AT BEST
        fine-

881 C   C) 3 X "VICTORIA 1 RUPEE" 1888,‟89,‟92 - boxed - fine                   AT BEST

        D) 5 X GEORGE V "1 X ½ RUPEE, 1 X 1 ANNA, 1 X ¼ ANNA,
881 D                                                                           AT BEST
            2 X 1/12th ANNA" 1923,‟14,‟36,‟29,‟33 - boxed - fine

882                                  AUSTRALIA

882 A   A) 3 X "1 FLORIN" 1942,‟53,‟57 - boxed - fine                           AT BEST


882 B   B) 1 X "GEORGE V 1 FLORIN" 1927 - boxed - extra fine                    AT BEST


882 C   C) 1 X "GEORGE V 1 FLORIN" 1927 - boxed - very fine                     AT BEST


882 D   D) 1 X "GEORGE VI CROWN" 1937 - boxed - very fine                       AT BEST

        E) 1 X GEORGE V "CENTENARY OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA" MEDALION
882 E                                                                           AT BEST
        1929 - boxed - fine

882 F   F) 3 X GEO V "1/2 PENNY 2 X TICKEY" 1926,'63,'38 - boxed - extra fine   AT BEST


882 G   G) 1 X GEORGE V "1 FLORIN" 1927 - boxed - very fine                     AT BEST

        H) 5 X "GEORGE V 1 X ½ PENNY, 2 X THREE PENCE, 2 X
882 H                                                                           AT BEST
             SIXPENCE" 1917,‟12,‟10,‟19,‟19 - boxed - fine-

883                                    ANGOLA

883 A   A) 1 X "50 CENTAVOS" 1922 - boxed - very fine                           AT BEST

884                                   AMERICA

884 A   A) 1 X "MORGAN 1 DOLLAR" 1899 - boxed - fine                            AT BEST

        B) 3 x "1x MORGAN DOLLAR, 2x PEACE DOLLAR" 1921,‟22,‟23 - boxed -
884 B                                                                           AT BEST
        very fine/fine

884 C   C) 3 X "INDIAN HEAD CENTS" 1891,1893,1905 - boxed - very fine/fine      AT BEST


884 D   D) 1 X "LIBERTY DOLLAR (EISENHOWER)" 1972 - boxed - extra fine          AT BEST




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        E) 3 X "5 CENTS NICKELS" (2 x USA 1 x FILIPINES) 1903,‟19,‟37 - boxed
884 E                                                                           AT BEST
        - very fine/fine


884 F   F) 4 X "3x DIME, 1x 3 CENTS" 1908,‟42,‟47,‟1867 - boxed - very fine     AT BEST


884 G   G) 3 X "HALF DOLLARS" 1935,‟39,‟45 - boxed - fine-                      AT BEST


884 H   H) 4 X "HALF DOLLARS" (KENNEDY) 1965,‟67,‟68,‟71 - boxed - very fine    AT BEST


884 I   I) 1 X LAS VEGAS MEDALION 1898 - boxed - very fine                      AT BEST

885                                    RUSSIA

885 A   A) 1 X "10 KOPEKS" 1794 - boxed - poor                                  AT BEST


885 B   B) 3 X "2X KOPEKS, 1X KOPEK, 1X MISC" 1908,‟13,1870 - boxed             AT BEST

886                                   BELGUIM

        A) 5 X "2 ORE, 10 CENT, 3 CENTESIMI, 2 CENTESIMI, 1 CENTESIMI"
886 A                                                                           AT BEST
        1877,1915,1852,1914,'09 - boxed - fine

886 B   B) 1 X "5 FRANCS" 1931 - boxed - very fine                              AT BEST

        C) 5 X "2 X 50 CENT, 1 X 25 CENT, 1 X 10 CENT, 1 X 5 CENT"
886 C                                                                           AT BEST
        1918,‟26,‟39,‟28,‟22 - boxed - fine

        D) 5 X "2 X 50 CENT, 1 X 25 CENT, 2 X 5 CENT" 1918,‟24,‟24,‟23,‟38 -
886 D                                                                           AT BEST
        boxed - very fine

        E) 6 X "50 CENT, 25 CENT, 2X 10 CENT, 5 CENT, 2 CENT"
886 E                                                                           AT BEST
        1918,‟21,‟24,‟10,‟22,‟1874 - boxed - fine

887                                MOZAMBIQUE

        A) 4 X "1 ESCUDO, 50 CENTAVOS, 2½ ESCUDO‟S, 20 CENTAVOS"
887 A                                                                           AT BEST
        1936,‟36,‟36,‟35- boxed - fine

888                                    ZAMBIA

888 A   A) 1 X "5 SHILLINGS" 1965 boxed - very fine                             AT BEST

889                                   ETHIOPIA

889 A   A) 1 X "1 BIR" 1899 - boxed - poor                                      AT BEST




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890                                    POLAND

        A) 1 X "3 GROSCHEN (SIGMUND III) (MINTMASTER IS L)" 1599 - boxed
890 A                                                                            AT BEST
        - rare - fine

890 B   B) 3 X ASSTD 1918,‟48 - boxed - extra fine                               AT BEST


890 C   C) 1 X "2 ZLOTE" 1972 boxed - extra fine                                 AT BEST

        D) 2 X "5 FENIGOW, 10 PFENNIGE FREIE STAD DANZIG" 1917,1923 -
890 D                                                                            AT BEST
        boxed - extra fine

891                                 NETHERLANDS

        A) 5 X "3 X 1 CENT, 1 X ½ CENT, 1 X10 CENT"
891 A                                                                            AT BEST
        1901,1880,1880,1936,1919 - boxed - fine

891 B   B) 1 X "2½ GULDEN" 1960 - boxed - fine                                   AT BEST


891 C   C) 1 X "10 GULDEN" 1970 - boxed - fine                                   AT BEST


891 D   D) 1 X "WILHELMINA MEDALION" 1898-1923 - boxed - poor                    AT BEST

        E) 3 X "V.O.C DUTCH EAST INDIA COMPANY COINS" 1857,1792,1813 -
891 E                                                                            AT BEST
        boxed

891 F   F) 1 X "2½ CENT (NEDERLANDSCHE INDIA)" 1945 - boxed - fine               AT BEST

        G) 4 X "10 CENT, 25 CENT, 1 GULDEN, 1 CENT" 1938,‟26,‟57,‟1877 -
891 G                                                                            AT BEST
        boxed - fine

892                                    SWEDEN

892 A   A) 1 X "5 KRONER" 1955 - boxed - very fine                               AT BEST

        B) 6 X "2 X 5 ORE, 4 X 10 ORE" 1936,‟42,‟36,‟36,‟07,‟19 - boxed - very
892 B                                                                            AT BEST
        fine

892 C   C) 2 X "1 KRONA" 1875 - boxed - very fine/fine                           AT BEST


892 D   D) 1 X "1 KRONA" 1881 - boxed - very fine                                AT BEST


892 E   E) 1 X "⅛ RIKSDALER (CARL XIV)" 1832 - boxed - fine                      AT BEST




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893                                   CANADA

893 A   A) 1 X "1 DOLLAR" 1962 - boxed - very fine                            AT BEST


893 B   B) 1 X "EDWARDS VII 50 CENTS" 1910 - boxed - fine                     AT BEST

        C) 4 X "1 DOLLAR, 25 CENTS, 2X 1 CENT (VICTORIA & EDWARDS)"
893 C                                                                         AT BEST
        1989,1966,1896,1908 - boxed - very fine/fine

894                                   MEXICO

894 A   A) 1 X "8 REALES" (MINTMARK HO) 1894 - boxed - fine                   AT BEST

895                                SWITZERLAND

895 A   A) 1 X "5 RAPPEN" 1850 - boxed - fine                                 AT BEST

        B) 3 X "2 X 5 FRANCS 1969,'73, PLUS 5 KRONOR 1955" - boxed - extra
895 B                                                                         AT BEST
        fine

896                                  DENMARK

896 A   A) 1 X "5 KRONER" 1967 - boxed - extra fine                           AT BEST


896 B   B) 1 X "2 KRONER" (FREDERICK VIII) 1906 - boxed - very fine           AT BEST

        C) 4X "2 X 20 ORE, 1X 25 ORE, 1X 5 ORE" 1938,‟04,‟28,1875 - boxed -
896 C                                                                         AT BEST
        very fine

897                                    CHINA

897 A   A) 1 DOLLAR (6 CHARACTER MARKS ABOVE HEAD) 1914 - boxed - fine        AT BEST


897 B   B) 4 X ASSTD COINS - boxed - fine                                     AT BEST

898                                   BOLIVIA

898 A   A) 1 X "500 PESOS BOLIVIANOS" 1825-1975 - boxed - fine                AT BEST

899                                   NORWAY

899 A   A) 1 X "FREDERIK IIII" (8 SKILLING) 1704 - boxed                      AT BEST

900                           STRAIT SETTLEMENTS

        A) 4 X VICTORIA & MISCELLANEOUS "2X 1 CENT, 2X OLD COINS"
900 A                                                                         AT BEST
        1888,'88,'87 - boxed - fine-




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                DAY 2: TUESDAY 22 JULY 2008
               SESSION 4: COMMENCING AT 13H00
        BRITISH, EUROPEAN & CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN & CERAMIC
                               WARE

LOT                                 DESCRIPTION                                     ESTIMATE


        AN ADAMS TUNSTALL JASPER WARE SALAD BOWL - having raised
910     & moulded Classical decoration with leaf banded foot & a plated rim         150 - 300
        (Diameter: 22.5cm)

        A PAIR OF BESWICK STANDING FOALS - plus a reclining mare &
911                                                                                 150 - 300
        another standing horse (Nicks to ears)

        A BURSLEY WARE CHARLOTTE RHEAD JUG - of baluster pitcher
912     form PLUS a matching bowl each decorated with raised & painted floral       300 - 600
        designs, on mottled ground (Tallest: 13cm)

        A BURSLEY WARE CHARLOTTE RHEAD JUG - the tapered cylindrical
        body with waisted base, shaped spout & handle, having raised & painted
913                                                                                600 - 1 000
        flower, leaf & berry decoration on a mottled ground (Height: 33.5cm)
        PLUS another of pitcher form (Chip to base) (Height: 28cm)

        A CAULDON BLUE & WHITE BUTTER DISH & COVER - BAT-
914     PRINTED CLASSICAL LANDSCAPE DECORATION - with domed                        800 - 1 200
        cover & open-scroll moulded handle

        A BLUE & WHITE COEPLAND SPODE'S "ITALIAN" PATTERN -
915
        various marks & periods

        A) 12 of each: dinner plates, breakfast plates, soup bowls, bread plates
915 A                                                                              3 000 - 6 000
        (1 imperfect)

        B) A large teapot with domed finial lid (Staining & heat crack) PLUS 8 x
915 B                                                                              800 - 1 200
        breakfast tea cups with saucers (2 x cups imperfect), PLUS a sugar bowl

        C) A 17 piece mocha set - including a sugar pot with domed finial lid, a
915 C   creamer, a mocha pot with domed finial lid & 6 x mocha cups & saucers      1 000 - 3 000
        (1 cup imperfect)


915 D   D) 8 x bouillon cups with under plates                                     700 - 1 200


915 E   E) 3 x graduated milk jugs (1 spout imperfect)                              300 - 600


915 F   F) 3 pairs of salt & pepper pots with 6 associated coasters                 200 - 400




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        G) A vegetable dish with domed cover & bud finial (Heat crack) PLUS 2
915 G                                                                              800 - 1 500
        x vegetable dishes with domed covers having bud finials (Imperfections)

915 H   H) A sauce boat with matching under plate                                   300 - 600

        I) A meat platter (Diameter: 36cm) PLUS A salad bowl (Diameter:
915 I                                                                               400 - 800
        26.5cm)

915 J   J) A 7 piece dessert set - (Largest diameter: 24cm)                        600 - 1 000


915 K   K) 1 x breakfast plate, 1 x soup bowl (chip) & 1 x saucer                    50 - 150


        A COPELAND SPODE'S "ITALIAN" PATTERN BLUE & WHITE
916     VEGETABLE DISH WITH DOMED COVER & FLORAL MOULDED                            400 - 800
        FINIAL (Chip to rim)

        A COPELAND SPODE'S "ITALIAN" PATTERN BLUE & WHITE
        TWIN SERVING DISH - lobed body with moulded tab handles & 2 well
917                                                                                1 200 - 1 800
        divisions, having a conforming domed cover with floral moulded finial
        (Diameter across handles: 30cm)

        A PAIR OF MATCHING COPELAND SPODE BLUE & WHITE
        "RHINE" PATTERN TUREENS WITH COVERS - each foliated body
918     having moulded tab handles, matching domed cover with moulded leaf &       1 500 - 2 500
        scroll twig handle, on a conforming rising base (Nick to 1 handle)
        (Diameter across handles: 31.5cm)

        A COPELAND'S SPODE CHINA - "CHELSEA DERBY - MISTRESS
919                                                                                 300 - 600
        VERNON" FIGURINE - No 2 (Height: 21cm)

        A COPELAND'S SPODE CHINA "CHERRIES" FIGURINE FROM THE
920     "CRIES OF LONDON" SERIES - design after Francis Wheatley R.A.               500 - 800
        1747 - 1801 (Height: 20cm)

        A SUSIE COOPER MORNING TEA SET - flower spray decoration,
921     comprising: a teapot with domed finial lid, a milk jug, 2 x tea cups &      200 - 400
        saucers with a side plate (Heat cracks)

        A SUSIE COOPER FLOWER SPRAY DECORATED PART TEA
        SERVICE - comprising: 4 x tea trios, a milk jug, sugar bowl, teapot with
922                                                                                 200 - 400
        domed finial lid, PLUS 2 x extra saucers & cake plates (Repair to teapot
        & some heat cracks)

        A 50 PIECE SUSIE COOPER PART DINNER SERVICE - "Flower
        Spray" decoration with pink borders, comprising: 12 x dinner plates,
923                                                                                500 - 1 000
        12 x fish plates, 10 x bread plates, 10 x soup bowls, a sauce boat,
        2 x tureens with covers & an extra plate (Heat cracks to sauce boat)




                                             Page 100
      A CROWN DUCAL VASE - baluster shaped body having tube-lined
924   Charlotte Rhead style fruit pattern & band decoration, with applied        200 - 400
      moulded "C" shaped handle (Height: 21.5cm)

      A CROWN STAFFORDSHIRE FINE BONE CHINA FIGURINE OF AN
925                                                                              250 - 500
      OLD WOMAN WITH UMBRELLA (Height: 15.5cm)

      A CROWN STAFFORDSHIRE FINE BONE CHINA FIGURINE OF A
926                                                                              250 - 500
      SHEPHERD (Height: 15.5cm)

      A CROWN STAFFORDSHIREFINE BONE CHINA FIGURINE
927                                                                              300 - 600
      "ARTFUL DODGER" (Height: 17cm)

      A WALTER MOORCROFT VASE - baluster shaped body with everted
928   rim having raised & painted "Clematis" decoration in colours of purple,   2 000 - 4 000
      pink, green & yellow, on a blue-wash ground (Height: 13cm)

      A WILLIAM MOORCROFT CABINET VASE - baluster shaped body
929   having raised & painted "Pansy" decoration in colours of: pink, purple,   1 200 - 1 800
      green & yellow, on a blue-wash ground (Height: 7.5cm)

      A WILLIAM MOORCROFT BALUSTER SHAPED VASE CIRCA 1916 -
      the body decorated raised & painted "Pansy" decoration in colours of
930   purple, blue, pink & green on a mottled dark-blue & green-wash ground, 14 000 - 18 000
      impressed Cobridge Factory mark with green painted signature
      (Height: 20cm)

      A NEWPORT CLARICE CLIFF DESIGN BOWL - having printed floral
931                                                                              100 - 300
      decoration PLUS a matching dessert bowl (Largest diameter: 22.5cm)

      A PARAGON FINE BONE CHINA "SPRING" FIGURINE - numbered
932                                                                              100 - 300
      557 (Height: 19cm)

      6 X PARAGON FINE BONE CHINA "SEVILLE" TEA TRIOS - with
933                                                                              200 - 400
      creamer, sugar bowl & biscuit plate (Hairlines)

      A 16 PIECE PARAGON FINE BONE CHINA "ROCKINGHAM"
934                                                                              300 - 600
      PATTERN MOCHA SET

      A PENDELFIN "WAKEY" FIGURE - lying in bed below blue blanket
935                                                                               50 - 150
      with a lady bug on the foot board (Height: 5.5cm)

      A POOLE POTTERY PIERCED TRAY NO. 486 WITH PICOTEE
936   GLAZE - CIRCA 1940'S - glaze code C57: ice green & seagull vellum          200 - 400
      (Diameter across handles: 31cm)

      A POOLE POTTERY SHELL NO. 308/2 WITH PICOTEE GLAZE -
937   LATE 1930'S - glaze code C83: sky blue & seagull vellum                    100 - 300
      (Length: 29.5cm)




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      A COLLECTION OF PRICE BROS COTTAGE WARE - comprising: a
      teapot with lid, a sugar bowl with lid, a milk jug, a biscuit barrel with lid
938                                                                                   300 - 500
      & caned handle, a toast rack, 4 piece cruet set & a near matching water
      jug (Imperfections) (13 pieces)

      A ROYAL ALBERT BONE CHINA "LINDEN LEA" TEA FOR ONE -
939   comprising: a tea pot with domed finial lid, milk jug, sugar bowl & a tea       200 - 400
      trio (Hairline to cup) (7 pieces)

      A ROYAL ALBERT BONE CHINA "ROMANCE" MORNING TEA SET -
940   comprising: 2 x tea trios, a sugar bowl, a milk jug & a small teapot with       300 - 600
      domed finial lid (10 pieces)

      A ROYAL ALBERT BONE CHINA "MEMORY LANE" MORNING TEA
941   SET - comprising, 2 x tea trios, a teapot with domed finial lid, a sugar        300 - 600
      bowl & a milk jug (Blemishes) (10 pieces)

      A ROYAL ALBERT BONE CHINA "BRIGADOON" BACHELOR'S
942                                                                                   150 - 300
      TEAPOT WITH CREAMER & SUGAR BOWL

      2 X ROYAL ALBERT BONE CHINA "GOSSAMER" TENNIS CUPS &
943                                                                                   100 - 300
      SAUCERS -1 pink the other green with gilt overglaze

944   6 X ROYAL ALBERT BONE CHINA WHITE TEA TRIOS                                     200 - 400

      4 X ROYAL ALBERT BONE CHINA "MOSS ROSE" TEA TRIOS - plus
945                                                                                   200 - 400
      2 x extra tea cups & cake plate

      12 X ROYAL ALBERT BONE CHINA "BRIGADOON" TEA TRIOS
946                                                                                   400 - 800
      PLUS A SUGAR BOWL & A CAKE PLATE

      A PAIR OF ROYAL CROWN DERBY "IMARI" PATTERN WALL
      PLATES - each having a moulded & foliated rim with painted floral panel
947   decoration, in colours of: cobalt blue, iron red & gilt overglaze - printed     600 - 1 000
      mark, impressed "Derby" & dated 7-09 & 8-10 respectively
      (Diameter: 23cm each)

      A ROYAL DOULTON "REBECCA" FIGURINE - H.N.2805, designer:
948   P. Davies, production dates: 1980 till present (Chip to hand)                    AT BEST
      (Height: 19cm)

      A ROYAL DOULTON "CHRISTMAS MORN" FIGURINE - H.N.1992,
949   designer: Peggy Davies, production dates: 1947 till present                     500 - 800
      (Height: 18cm)

      A ROYAL DOULTON "BRIDGET" FIGURINE - H.N.2070, designer:
950                                                                                   600 - 900
      L. Harradine, production dates: 1951 - 1973 (Height: 20cm)

      A ROYAL DOULTON "ELAINE" FIGURINE - H.N.2791, designer:
951                                                                                   700 - 1 000
      Peggy Davies, production dates: 1980 till present (Height: 18.5cm)




                                             Page 102
      A ROYAL DOULTON "DEBUT" FIGURINE FROM REFLECTIONS
952   SERIES - H.N.3046, designer: P. Parsons, production dates: 1985 in       700 - 1 000
      North America, 1986 worldwide till present (Height: 31cm)

      A ROYAL DOULTON "PENSIVE" FIGURINE FROM REFLECTIONS
953   SERIES - H.N.3109, designer: R. Jefferson, production dates: 1986 in     700 - 1 000
      North America, 1987 worldwide till present (Height: 33cm)

      A ROYAL DOULTON "SCHOOLMARM" FIGURINE - H.N.2223,
954   designer: P. Davies, impressed model no. 1612, productions dates: 1958   900 - 1 500
      - 1981 (Height: 18cm)

      A ROYAL DOULTON "THE ORANGE LADY" FIGURINE - H.N.1759,
955   designer: L. Harradine, impressed model no. 922, production dates:       800 - 1 200
      1936 - 1975 (Height: 21.5cm)

      A ROYAL DOULTON "THE OLD BALLOON SELLER" FIGURINE -
956   H.N.1315, designer: L. Harradine, production dates: 1929 till present    800 - 1 200
      (Height: 19.5cm)

      A ROYAL DOULTON "CARPET SELLER" FIGURINE - H.N.1464,
957                                                                            800 - 1 200
      designer: L. Harradine, later version (Height: 23cm)

      A ROYAL DOULTON "COBBLER" FIGURINE - H.N.1706, designer:
958   C. J. Noke, third version, impressed model no. 891, production dates:    600 - 1 000
      1935 - 1969 (Height: 19.5cm)

      A ROYAL DOULTON "BLUE BEARD" FIGURINE - H.N.2105,
959   designer: L. Harradine, second version, production dates: 1953 till      800 - 1 200
      present (Height: 28.5cm)

      A ROYAL DOULTON "FALSTAFF" FIGURINE - H.N.2054, designer:
960   C. J. Noke, second version, impressed model no. 353, production dates:   500 - 800
      1950 till present (Height: 18.5cm)

      ROYAL DOULTON "PAISLEY SHAWL" FIGURE - M.4, production
961                                                                            900 - 1 500
      dates: 1932 - 1945 (Height: 10cm)

      ROYAL DOULTON "TOM, TOM, THE PIPER'S SON" FIGURINE
962   FROM "THE NURSERY RHYMES" SERIES - H.N.3032, designed &                  500 - 800
      modeled: A. Hughes, production dates: 1984 till present (Height: 18cm)

      ROYAL DOULTON "JILL BARKLEM'S BRAMBLY HEDGE" SERIES
      "MR TOADFLAX" FIGURINE - Third version (Tail at back, with
963                                                                            250 - 350
      cushion), D.BH.10, designer: Harry Sales, modeller: David Lyttleton,
      production dates: 1985 - 1997 (Height: 7.5cm)




                                           Page 103
        ROYAL DOULTON "A SERIES OF FOUR SEASONS PLATES FROM
964     THE BRAMBLY HEDGE GIFT COLLECTION" - "WINTER" - with Mrs                     150 - 250
        & Mr Apple, with inscription on the reverse (Diameter: 20.5cm)

        ROYAL DOULTON BUNNYKINS NURSERY WARE
965     Literature: "Royal Doulton Bunnykins, A Charlton Standard Catalogue" by
        J. Dale & L. Irvine, Second edition

        A) "Little Jack Horner" figurine from Nursery Rhyme series, design no:
        DB221, designer & modeller: Martyn Alcock, production dates: 2000 till
965 A                                                                                250 - 500
        present, with special Bunnykins of the Year stamp - 2000 Fob Watch
        (Height: 9cm)

        B) "Bunnykins Teaching Clock" Classroom scene, Style one, design no:
965 B   SF138, reverse inscription, designer: Walter Hayward, production dates:      100 - 300
        1983 - 2002 (Diameter: 21cm)

        C) 3 x rim plates, "Television time", "Toy shop" & "Apple picking", design
        no: SF112, SF114 & SF25, designer: Walter Hayward, production dates:
965 C                                                                                 75 - 150
        1959 - 1998; 1959 - 1967 & 1954 - 1998 respectively
        (Largest diameter: 20cm)

        D) "Drummer & Bugler" Desk clock, design no: EC126, designer: Walter
965 D   Hayward, production dates: 1959 till present (With original box)             150 - 300
        (Height: 11.5cm)

        E) Bunnykins Commemorative "To T.R.H. The Prince & Princess of Wales
        A Second Child 1984 in Joyful Celebration" with "To the Station" saving
965 E                                                                                300 - 500
        book, design no: HW17R, designer: Walter Hayward after Barbara
        Vernon (Height: 11cm)

        A ROYAL DOULTON "DICKENS WARE" SERIES PORRIDGE PLATE
        - "The Fat Boy", D6327, Designer: C J Noke assisted by William Grace,
966                                                                                   75 - 150
        Walter Nunn, Leonard Langley & Harry Tittensor, with a special back
        stamp for Dickens wares (Diameter: 19cm)

        A ROYAL DOULTON "DICKENS WARE" SERIES RACK PLATE -
        "Mr Pickwick", D6327, Designer: C J Noke assisted by William Grace,
967                                                                                  100 - 300
        Walter Nunn, Leonard Langley & Harry Tittensor, with a special back
        stamp for Dickens wares (Diameter: 26.5cm)

        A ROYAL DOULTON "DICKENS WARE" SERIES LENNOX FLOWER
        BOWL - "Cap'n Cuttle", "Sairey Gamp" & "Tom Pinch", D5175, Designer:
968     C J Noke assisted by William Grace, Walter Nunn, Leonard Langley &           600 - 1 000
        Harry Tittensor, with a special back stamp for Dickens wares
        (Height: 17.5cm)

        ROYAL DOULTON "FLOWER & FRUIT ON MOTTLED
969     BACKGROUND" SERIES VASE 8125 - "Water lily", D6134, production               600 - 900
        dates: 1949 - 1967 (Height: 22cm)




                                             Page 104
      ROYAL DOULTON "FLOWER & FRUIT ON MOTTLED
970   BACKGROUND" ROUND TRAY - "Water lily", D6343, production                     400 - 800
      dates: 1949 - 1967 (Diameter: 34cm)

      ROYAL DOULTON "FLOWERS" SERIES VASE 8025.A - "Roses G -
971                                                                               700 - 1 000
      Wild Rose", D6227, production dates: 1940 - 1959 (Height: 18cm)

      ROYAL DOULTON "FLOWERS" SERIES LEEDS ROUND FRUIT
972   DISH - "Roses G - Wild Rose", D6227, production dates: 1940 - 1959           400 - 800
      (Diameter: 23.5cm)

      A ROYAL DOULTON "THE CAVALIER" LARGE CHARACTER JUG -
973                                                                                200 - 400
      Designer: H. Fenton, production dates: 1940 - 1960 (Height: 15.5cm)

      A ROYAL DOULTON "DICK TURPIN" LARGE CHARACTER JUG -
974   Designers: C.J. Noke & H. Fenton, first version, production dates: 1935 -    200 - 400
      1960 (Height: 16.5cm)

      A ROYAL DOULTON "HAPPY JOHN" TOBY JUG - Designer:
975                                                                                300 - 600
      H. Fenton, production dates: 1939 - 1991 (Height: 22cm)

      A ROYAL DOULTON "THE HUNTSMAN" TOBY JUG - Designer:
976                                                                                300 - 600
      H. Fenton, production dates: 1950 - 1991 (Height: 19.5cm)

      A ROYAL DOULTON 16 PIECE "OLD LEEDS SPRAY" MOCHA SET -
977   D6203, comprising: a mocha pot with lid, milk jug, sugar bowl & 6 x          200 - 400
      cups with saucers (Nick to 1 saucer)

      A ROYAL WORCESTER FIGURINE "MONDAY'S CHILD IS FAIR OF
978                                                                               1 200 - 1 500
      FACE" - #3257 (Height: 17cm)

      A ROYAL WORCESTER FIGURINE "FRIDAY'S CHILD IS LOVING
979                                                                               1 200 - 1 500
      & GIVING" - #3261 (Height: 17cm)

      A SAMPSON SMITH (LTD) 16 PIECE MOCHA SET C1930 - flower &
980                                                                                150 - 300
      leaf decoration (Hairline to sugar bowl)

      A SIMPSONS POTTERS (LTD) SOLIAN WARE 15 PIECE PART
981                                                                                150 - 300
      MOCHA SET PAINTED FLORAL DECORATION

      5 X SHELLEY CHINA DAINTY TEA TRIOS - white with gilded handles
982                                                                                150 - 300
      (Imperfections)

      3 X WADE WHIMSICAL "BLYNKEN", "NOD" & "I'VE A BEAR
983   BEHIND" FIGURINES - second version: green base, light brown hair,            200 - 400
      blue suit; production dates: c1948 - 1958 (Tallest: 7cm)

      A WEDGWOOD BLUE JASPER TRINKET BOX - foliated body with
984                                                                                100 - 200
      domed lid having raised Classical decoration (Diameter: 11cm)




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      A WEDGWOOD BLUE JASPER BREAKFAST TEAPOT - bun shaped
985   body having raised Classical decoration with garland spout, handle &       200 - 400
      domed finial lid (Nick to finial)

      A WEDGWOOD PINK JASPER 8 PIECE MINIATURE TEA SET -
      comprising: an oval tray, a teapot & sugar pot with domed finial lids, a
986                                                                              300 - 600
      milk jug (Handle repaired) & a tea cup with saucers, all having a raised
      leaf & berry border with raised Classical decoration

      A WEDGWOOD PINK JASPER MINIATURE TRUMPET SHAPED
987   CABINET VASE - having raised Classical decoration with leaf & berry        100 - 300
      border, PLUS a miniature candlestick (Tallest: 5.5cm)

      2 X WEDGWOOD PINK JASPER TRINKET BOXES WITH DOMED
988   COVERS - one in the form of a kidney bean the other rectangular, each      200 - 400
      having raised Classical decoration with floral borders

      A WEDGWOOD PINK JASPER VASE - baluster shaped with raised
989                                                                              200 - 400
      Classical nymph & maiden decoration of (Height: 10cm)

      A WEDGWOOD PINK JASPER SOLI-FLEUR VASE - gourd shaped
990   body with elongated fluted neck, having putti & leaf decoration            200 - 400
      (Height: 14cm)

      A LATE VICTORIAN BLUE & WHITE FLORAL PATTERN BISCUIT
991   BARREL - with plated mount, domed finial lid & swing handle (Crackle       200 - 400
      glazing) (Height: 17.5cm)

      A SET 8 X ROYAL COPENHAGEN TEA TRIOS - all having raised &
992                                                                              500 - 800
      painted blossom & butterfly decoration (2 cups imperfect)

      2 X ROYAL COPENHAGEN TEA TRIOS - all having raised & painted
993                                                                              75 - 150
      Magnolia flower decoration

      A DELFT SCHOONHOVEN BLUE & WHITE FLORAL PATTERN
      CABINET JUG - with ribbed body, short neck & scroll moulded handle
994                                                                              100 - 300
      PLUS a Delft Blauw cabinet vase - baluster shaped with elongated neck
      & painted floral decoration (Tallest: 10cm)

      A SET OF 4 A DELFT PORSELEINE FLES COMMEMORATIVE WALL
      PLATES "VERSAILLES JAN 1920 - PAX", "BLIJFT WAAKZAAM
995   1916", "DOOR WIJSHEID, KRACHT & REDE BEWAARDE ZIJDEN                       300 - 600
      VREDE 1914 1919", "HOUDT MOEDIG ZEE 1915" (Diameter:
      18cm)

      A DELFT PORSELEINE FLES BLUE & WHITE WALL PLATE "1924
996                                                                              150 - 300
      OVERWINT HETKWADE" (Diameter: 22.5cm)

      A DELFT PORSELEINE FLES BLUE & WHITE COMMEMORATIVE
997   WALL PLATE "HET ROODE KRUIS LEVE IN GEHEEL ONS VOLK -                      200 - 400
      1864 HENRI DUNANT WILLEM III 1867" (Diameter: 25cm)




                                           Page 106
       A DELFT PORSELEINE FLES BLUE & WHITE COMMEMORATIVE
998    WALL PLATE "MIJN SCHILD EN MIJN BETROUWEN ZIJT GIJ, O                         200 - 400
       GOD, MIJN HEER 20 MAART 1934" (Diameter: 25cm)

       A DELFT PORSELEINE FLES BLUE & WHITE COMMEMORATIVE
999    WALL PLATE "WILHELMINA KONINGIN 1898 - 1923"                                  200 - 400
       (Diameter: 25cm)

       A DELFT PORSELEINE FLES CHARGER - blue & white pattern
1000   commemorating the "IXe Olympiade Amsterdam 1928" (Diameter:                   500 - 800
       34cm)

       A REGINA GOUDA HOLLAND WINDMILL ASHBOWL - ARTIST:
1001                                                                                 100 - 200
       F.H. GOUKAR - painted "Rosario" decoration (Height: 11.5cm)

       A REGINA GOUDA HOLLAND SWEET DISH - the oval basin shaped
1002                                                                                 200 - 400
       body having with "Majoli" stylized floral decoration (Diameter: 18.5cm)

       A PAIR OF REGINA GOUDA MANTLE VASES - each urn shaped body
1003                                                                                 300 - 600
       with pierced lug handles - "Olga" pattern decoration (Height: 12cm)

       A REGINA GOUDA FOOTED BOWL WITH COVER - ARTIST: F.H.
       GOUKAR - the dished shaped body with domed lid & pierced scroll
1004                                                                                 300 - 600
       finial, with "Rosario" stylized floral decoration on conforming scroll feet
       (Height: 11.5cm)

       A GOUDA PLAZUID WALL PLATE "RHODIAN" PATTERN - painted
1005                                                                                 AT BEST
       marks & impressed 0165-1 (Hairline) (Diameter: 30.5cm)

       A GOUDA PLAZUID DINNER BELL - having a moulded Dutch maiden
1006                                                                                 100 - 200
       finial with painted floral decoration (Height: 11cm)

       A GOUDA PLAZUID VASE - baluster form having moulded loop handle
1007                                                                                 200 - 400
       with "Duck" floral decoration (Height: 12.5cm)

       A GOUDA PLAZUID BOX WITH COVER - rectangular shaped body
1008                                                                                 200 - 400
       with domed lid having painted "Fiol" floral decoration (Height: 5.5cm)

       A GOUDA PLAZUID FERN POT - having painted "Adri" floral
1009                                                                                 300 - 600
       decoration (Height: 13cm)

       A GOUDA PLAZUID VASE - barrel shaped body with short neck &
1010                                                                                 300 - 600
       painted "Dema" floral decoration (Height: 17cm)

       A GOUDA PLAZUID VASE - trumpet shaped body on a rising circular
1011                                                                                 300 - 600
       foot having painted "Puck" floral decoration (Height: 21.5cm)

       A GOUDA PLAZUID VASE - baluster shaped body with open ring-
1012                                                                                 300 - 600
       handles & painted "Clima" floral decoration (Height: 16.5cm)




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       A GOUDA PLAZUID JUG - orb shaped body with moulded strap handle
1013                                                                               500 - 800
       & spout, having painted "Como" floral decoration (Height: 19cm)

       A GOUDA PLAZUID WALL PLATE "RHODIAN" PATTERN - painted
1014                                                                               600 - 1 000
       marks #1165, impressed 0165 19 (Diameter: 30cm)

       A GOUDA ROYAL ZUID HOLLAND CABINET JUG - of baluster form
1015   with moulded strap handle & spout, having painted floral decoration          50 - 150
       (Height: 8.5cm)

       A GOUDA ROYAL ZUID HOLLAND FLOATER BOWL - painted "Juan"
1016                                                                               200 - 400
       floral decoration (Diameter: 25cm)

       A GOUDA ROYAL ZUID HOLLAND TALL CANDLESTICK - the
       circular rising conical body with dished drip-pan & vase shaped nozzle
1017                                                                               300 - 600
       having an applied "C" shaped handle with painted "Abik" floral
       decoration (Height: 22cm)

       A GOUDA ROYAL ZUID HOLLAND EWER SHAPED JUG - with fluted
1018                                                                               300 - 600
       body & "Coco" floral painted decoration (Height: 20.5cm)

       A GOUDA ROYAL ZUID HOLLAND WALL POCKET - fluted body with
1019   foliated rim, having 7 pierced flower holders with "Tunis" floral pattern   400 - 800
       decoration (Height: 14cm)

       A PAIR OF T. CHARAUD LIMOGES OVAL PLAQUES - each with
1020   raised nymph figurine decoration on a dark blue ground, PLUS another        800 - 1 200
       rectangular shaped panel (Chip) (Tallest: 26cm)

       A LLADRO FIGURINE OF A GUARDIAN ANGEL (Height: 17cm)
1021                                                                               300 - 600
       PLUS another of a girl holding a kitten (Imperfect) (Height: 20.5cm)

1022   A LLADRO FIGURINE OF A FISHER-BOY (Height: 22cm)                            500 - 800

       A LLADRO FIGURINE OF A GIRL FEEDING TWO FAN-TAIL
1023                                                                               600 - 1 000
       DOVES (Height: 22.5cm)

       A PAIR OF NAO FIGURINES OF SEATED PIERROT MUSICIANS
1024                                                                               200 - 400
       (One imperfect) (Tallest: 20cm)

       A PAIR OF NAO "BEDTIME" FIGURINES - "Early to bed" &
1025                                                                               300 - 600
       "Bedtime story" (Tallest: 16cm)

       2 X NAO FIGURINES - "PUPPY LOVE" & "A HAPPY WANDERER"
1026                                                                               400 - 800
       (Height: 19.5cm each)

       AN ITALIAN NAPLES VASE - with raised, painted Romantic Armorini
1027                                                                               200 - 400
       decoration & gilt overglaze (Height: 9cm)




                                           Page 108
       AN ASSEMBLED SETTING FOR 12 "CLASSIC ROSE" ROSENTHAL
       DINNER SERVICE - BACKSTAMP: "ROSENTHAL" & "ROSENTHAL
       GROUP" - comprising 12 of each: dinner plates, fish plates, bread
       plates, salad plates, soup plates, soup cups & saucers, pudding bowls,
       tea & coffee cups with saucers, PLUS a set of salt & peppers, oil &
1028                                                                               1 000 - 3 000
       vinegar jugs with stoppers, sauce boat, butter dish, 2 x salad bowls,
       2 x graduated platters, a serving dish with tab handles, 2 x tureens with
       domed finial lids & tab handles, coffee & teapot with domed finial lids,
       2 x milk jugs & 2 x sugar bowls with lids (Chip to 1 dinner plate & base
       of a salad bowl) (171 pieces)


       A CZECH HAND PAINTED ROYAL DUX "VANITY" FIGURINE -
1029   designed by: Fuhsoin?? PLUS another "Cinderella" figurine                    200 - 400
       (Tallest: 20.5cm)

       A LENOX "PATRIOTS" PITCHER - modelled by: Laszlo Ispanky,
1030   pitcher shaped with raised Historical American Patriot motif with leaf       200 - 400
       border decoration (Height: 22.5cm)


                SOUTH AFRICAN PORCELAIN & CERAMIC WARE


LOT                                 DESCRIPTION                                     ESTIMATE


       A CRESCENT POTTERIES DISH - ovoid & dished body having raised
1035   encised & painted African woman decoration, on moulded lug feet (Nick        200 - 400
       to glaze) (Length: 39cm)

       A GLOBE POTTERIES FLOATER BOWL - grey, green glaze
1036   (Diameter: 33cm) PLUS a small squat vase - turquoise green glaze             200 - 400
       (Diameter: 11.5cm)

       2 X DYKOR POTTERIES BOWLS - free-form shaped with blue & pink
1037   glaze interiors respectively having scratched & glazed exteriors (Glaze      100 - 300
       cracks & chip) (Largest: 18.5cm)

       A KALAHARI DISH - ovoid shaped body with raised & painted
1038   decoration of a seated nude with a basket in colours of brown, green,        200 - 400
       yellow & teal on a black ground (Diameter: 16cm)

       KALAHARI ASHTRAY - moulded in the form of a calabash with crackle-
1039   glaze decoration (Length: 13cm) PLUS a Kalahari nut bowl - free-form         100 - 300
       body with turquoise & trailing white decoration (Chip)

       KALAHARI WALL PLATE - the dished circular body with rounded rim
       decorated with a springbok doe with calf feeding, in colours of ochre,
1040                                                                               1 000 - 2 000
       black & sepia, on a brick clay ground, impressed studio mark
       (Diameter: 30cm)




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       KALAHARI CHARGER - the dished circular body having a painted
       Ndebele woman with traditional head-dress, earrings & necklace, in
1041                                                                              1 500 - 3 000
       colours of sepia, black & brown on a cream ground, signed "Kalahari"
       with impressed studio mark (Diameter: 34.5cm)

       A LARGE LINN WARE FOOTED BOWL - the grey glazed body with
       dished everted rim & open handles on a circular rising stepped foot base
1042                                                                              1 500 - 3 000
       (Diameter across handles: 44cm, height: 19.5cm) Literature: "The
       Women of Olifantsfontein", illustration of similar work page 49

       BOSCH, ESAIS (SA 1923 - ) Stoneware platter, dished circular body
1043   with painted stylized leaf band decoration, on a speckled grey- glazed     1 000 - 2 000
       ground (Diameter: 39.5cm)

       BOSCH, ESIAS (SA 1923 - ) Baluster shaped stoneware vase with
1044                                                                              1 000 - 3 000
       short neck & everted rim having iron glaze decoration (Height: 53.5cm)

       BOSCH, ESIAS (SA 1923 - ) Large hexagonal stoneware vase having
1045                                                                              3 000 - 5 000
       iron glazed wavy line decoration (Height: 93.5cm)

       DIBB, BARRY (SA 1940 - ) A wall plate having painted townscape
1046                                                                               200 - 400
       decoration, signed (Diameter: 25.5cm)

       DIBB, BARRY (SA 1940 - ) 2 x tubular vases each having painted
1047   geometric & band decoration with gilded interior, PLUS a matching           300 - 600
       pedestal bowl each signed (Tallest: 33cm)


                             CRYSTAL & GLASSWARE


LOT                                DESCRIPTION                                     ESTIMATE


       A FRENCH LUSTRE MOULDED & FROSTED GLASS BOWL -
1050   MAKER: EZAN - the dished body having raised & moulded "Oiseau"              500 - 800
       decoration, enclosing a nest well (Diameter: 25cm)

       A SEVRES CRYSTAL FIGURINE "NUDE BATHER" - frosted &
1051                                                                              800 - 1 500
       moulded glass on a shaped base (Height: 27.5cm)

       AN ITALIAN MURANO CLEAR GLASS & VIOLET BLUE FREE-FORM
1052   BOWL (Diameter: 29.5cm) PLUS a Murano clear glass & aquamarine              200 - 400
       figure of a swan (Nick to base) (Height: 11.5cm)

       A VICTORIAN "MARY GREGORY" STYLE BLOWN AMBER GLASS
       MANTLE VASE - the baluster shaped body having painted Romantic
1053   landscape enamel decoration depicting a young lady beneath a tree, the     2 000 - 4 000
       vase further embellished with applied raised & moulded prunt floral
       decoration (Nicks to rim) (Height: 38cm)




                                           Page 110
       A VICTORIAN BLOWN GLASS "JACK IN THE PULPIT" VASE - the
       opaque & green glass moulded & foliated rim with conical tapered body,
1054                                                                                    500 - 800
       having spiral trailing prunt decoration on a circular rising foot
       (Height: 27.5cm)

       A SETTING FOR 10 WEBB CRYSTAL DRINKING GLASSES ALL
       HAVING MOULDED BUBBLE DECORATION - comprising: aperitif,
1055                                                                                    400 - 800
       water & whisky, plus 2 x matching snack/finger bowls & 1 additional
       water glass & a whisky glass

       A CONTINENTAL CLEAR & WHITE ENCASED GLASS BOWL - the
1056   floral moulded body with & frilled rim, on a circular rising foot                200 - 400
       (Diameter: 21.5cm)

       A PAIR OF COMMEMORATIVE CRYSTAL POWDER BOWLS WITH
       DOMED COPPER LIDS - each oval shaped body having cut floral &
1057   facet decoration, each lid inscribed with "The British South African             300 - 600
       Company" coat of arms & dated 1889 - 1939 (Diameter: 11.5cm) PLUS
       a cranberry coloured crystal scent bottle - with facet & ground stopper

                        SILVER & ELECTROPLATED WARES


LOT                                 DESCRIPTION                                         ESTIMATE


       AN EDWARDIAN GENT'S SILVER STUD BOX - LONDON 1921 -
1060   MAKER: CHAS. &. RICHARD COMYNS. - cylindrical shaped body with                   150 - 300
       domed tortoiseshell lid (Diameter: 6cm)

       A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER TROPHY - LONDON 1894 - MAKER:
1061   JOHN MARSHALL - campana shaped body with "S" scroll handles, on a                200 - 400
       circular rising base (Mass: 254gms)

       A 7 PIECE ANGORA EPNS GRAPEFRUIT SET - comprising:
1062   6 x spoons with fan finials & a knife with a faux bone handle (With              75 - 150
       presentation box)

       16 X ASSORTED ELECTROPLATED MOCHA SPOONS - beaded
1063                                                                                    50 - 150
       border decoration

       A GEORGE III SILVER CARD TRAY - LONDON 1798 - MAKER:
       SOLOMON HOUGHAM - the circular body with raised gadrooned rim,
1064   inscribed: "The Duke Of Kent - To Edward Freeth Harvey - His Godson -          8 000 - 12 000
       15 May 1809", surmounted by a crown, on tapered scroll feet
       (Diameter: 23.5cm, mass: 470 gms)
       A GEORGE IV SILVER-GILT SNUFF BOX - BIRMINGHAM 1829 -
       MAKER JOSEPH WILLMORE - the box of rectangular form with
       hinged lid having engine-turned decoration enclosing a rectangular
1065   cartouche with military armorial, embellished with a raised & cast             2 000 - 4 000
       scrolling leaf outer-border inscribed on the interior: "To William Frederick
       Harvey From His Old Grenadier Subs & dated Decr. 1850" (Mass: 136
       gms)




                                             Page 111
       AN EDWARDIAN SILVER PLAIN CARD CASE - BIRMINGHAM
       1902 - NATHAN & HAYES - of pillar-box form with hinged domed lid
1066                                                                                1 000 - 2 000
       inscribed with the initials "VF" and containing playing cards by Goodall
       London (Weighable mass: 36gms)

       2 X WMF IKORA ELECTROPLATED BISCUIT DISHES - each in a
       form of a leaf having a whiplash open handle with berry decoration on
1067                                                                                 200 - 400
       ball feet, a matching smaller nut dish PLUS 12 x leaf shaped butter
       dishes (Boxed)

       A MID-VICTORIAN SILVER SWIMMING TROPHY - LONDON
       1859 - MAKER: WILLIAM STEVENSON - of goblet form having
       raised leaf flower & scroll decoration, flanking a pair of cartouches, on
1068                                                                                600 - 1 000
       inscribed: " Cape Town Amateur swimming Club Championship C. Divine
       Feb 27th 1886", on a foliated circular rising base with leaf knop stem
       (Height: 17cm, Mass: 302gms)

       A PAIR OF GEORGE V NAPKIN RINGS - BIRMINGHAM 1928 -
1069   MAKER: BMJ - each having engine turned decoration flanking &                   50 - 150
       engraved cartouche with foliated rims (Mass: 34gms)

       A MATCHED 3 PIECE VICTORIAN SILVER CHRISTINING SET -
       LONDON & BIRMINGHAM 1862 - MAKER: GW (& CO) - each
1070   decorated with bead scroll & cabochon pattern (The presentation case          200 - 400
       retailed by: F. Waldek 31 Heerengracht Cape Town)
       (Weighable mass: 77gms)

       AN EDWARD VIII SILVER WAITER - SHEFFIELD 1936 - MAKER:
       WALKER & HALL - the raised & foliated border with hand-peaned
1071                                                                                1 500 - 3 000
       decoration, inscribed: "F. and A.M. of England….. Gold Coast Colony", on
       cast scrolling leaf feet (Diameter: 31.5cm, Mass: 872gms)

       A GEORGE V SILVER SAUCE BOAT - SHEFFIELD 1927 - MAKER:
       CB&S - gadrooned rim with open scroll C shaped handle on leaf
1072   decorated paw feet (Mass: 142gms) PLUS A pair of George V silver salts        200 - 400
       - Birmingham 1922 - maker: D & B - each oval shaped body with raised
       rim & base on bun feet (One liner imperfect, Mass: 38gms)

       A GEORGE IV SILVER TEAPOT - LONDON 1822 - MAKER:
       THOMAS JENKINSON - the basin shaped body with gadrooned rim,
1073   domed hinged lid & cast leaf & scroll decorated finial, C shaped scroll      2 000 - 4 000
       handle having ivory spacers & S shaped spout, on cast leaf & scroll
       decorated paw feet (Mass: 672gms)

       A GEO V SILVER PRESERVE FORK WITH MATCHING CREAM
       SPOON - SHEFFIELD 1912 - MAKER: WD - each with mother of
1074   pearl handle & having incised leaf decoration, PLUS a matching pickle          50 - 150
       fork with ivorine twig handle, & another Victorian silver condiment fork -
       Birmingham 1900 - Maker: BHA - with mother of pearl handle




                                            Page 112
       A GEO VI SILVER BONBON DISH - BIRMINGHAM 1945 - MAKER:
1075   L LTD - octagonal shaped body with pierced stylized floral panel              200 - 400
       decoration on shaped pad feet (Mass: 88gms)

       A DUTCH 3 PIECE ELECTROPLATED BACHELORS TEA SERVICE -
1076   MAKER: GERO - each of baluster form with "S" scroll handles & beaded          200 - 400
       decoration with domed finial lids

       A PAIR OF EDWARD VII SILVER PEDESTAL SALTS -
       BIRMINGHAM 1907 - MAKER: WD - each foliated body having
1077                                                                                 300 - 600
       raised Art Nouveau style floral decoration on a circular rising foot (With
       presentation case) (Mass: 34gms)

       A PAIR OF GEO VI SILVER CANDLESTICKS OF PLAIN DESIGN -
       BIRMINGHAM 1946 - MAKER: WA - each bulb shaped nozzle on a
1078                                                                                800 - 1 200
       conical waisted column & circular rising foot base (Base loaded)
       (Height: 25cm)

       AN EDWARD VIII 4 PIECE SILVER ART DECO STYLE TEA &
       COFFEE SERVICE - BIRMINGHAM 1936 - MAKER: ELKINGTON &
       CO LTD - each octagonal vase shaped body having stylised "C" shaped
1079                                                                                4 000 - 6 000
       handles & set on a conforming base, the teapot & mocha pot having
       hinged domed lids with conforming bakelite finials & handles
       (Weighable mass: 1450gms)
       A VICTORIAN ELECTROPLATED WAITER - MAKER: JOSEPH
       RODGERS & SONS, SHEFFIELD - the circular body having incised
       fern & leaf decoration with twin beaded border, on cast talon on ball feet
1080                                                                                 300 - 600
       (Diameter: 29.5cm), PLUS an electroplated coffee pot of classic form
       having stop-flute decoration (Some damage & sans finial) (Height:
       25cm)
       A FULL CANTEEN OF ELECTROPLATED CUTLERY HAVING
       RAISED & STYLIZED FLORAL DECORATION - MAKER: COOPER
       BROS & SONS LTD - comprising a dozen of each: meat knives & forks,
       fish eaters, bread knives, soup spoons, dessert spoons & forks, table
1081                                                                                2 000 - 4 000
       spoons, mocha spoons, teaspoons & sorbet spoons, PLUS a matching 3
       piece carving set, 2 x salt spoons, 2 x mustard spoons, 2 x preserve
       spoons,               2 x sauce ladles, a butter knife, a sugar scoop & 2
       x pairs of salad servers (161 pieces)

       A PAIR OF INATHE ELECTROPLATED CANDLESTICKS - having
       raised scroll & leaf band decoration & a pair of electroplated fluted
1082   column candlesticks, an electroplated swing handle basket - raised flute      300 - 600
       leaf & scroll decoration - Maker: H.W. Ltd. PLUS 8 x electroplated cake
       forks

       A PAIR OF WILLIAM IV SILVER TEASPOONS - LONDON 1834 -
       thread pattern decoration PLUS a Victorian Scottish silver - Edinburgh
1083
       1857 - Maker JW & Co - incised floral decoration PLUS 5 x continental
       silver mocha spoons (Total mass: 68gms)




                                             Page 113
       AN EDWARD VII SILVER 4 SLICE TOAST RACK - SHEFFIELD
1084   1909 - MAKER: JAMES DEAKIN & SONS - the open scroll handle on                   200 - 400
       ball feet (Mass: 62gms)

       A PAIR OF ELIZABETH II SILVER CANDLESTICS - BIRMINGHAM
       1956 - MAKER: B & CO - each vase shaped nozzle on a stepped &
1085                                                                                  600 - 1 000
       turned column support on a conforming circular rising base (Bases
       loaded) (Height: 20.5cm)

       A DUTCH SILVER CAKE LIFTER - the trowel shaped body having
       raised, pierced & incised angelettos at play among a scrolling leaf &
1086                                                                                   400 - 800
       flower decorations with conforming vine leaf decorated handle
       (Mass: 92gms)

       A DUTCH SILVER PICKLE FORK - raised, pierced & cast leaf & scroll
       decoration, a table spoon with similar decoration & a bonbon dish of
1087   circular form - having raised pierced & incised scroll leaf flower & trellis    300 - 600
       decorated border with raised market scene decoration in the well
       (Total mass: 234gms)

       AN EDWARD VII SILVER GALLERY TRAY - SHEFFIELD 1908 -
       MAKER: JOHN ROUND & SON LTD - rectangular of form with pierced
1088   pattern gallery & cast raised floral decorated baton handles enclosing a       2 000 - 4 000
       floral cartouche decorated tray, on ball feet
       (Diameter across handles: 47.5cm, mass: 1936gms)

       A HEAVY SILVERPLATE ON COPPER ENTRE DISH WITH COVER
       & CAST FLORAL DECORATED OPEN SCROLL HANDLE - MAKER:
1089   HECWORTH, RETAILED BY: W.M. SPILHAUS CAPE TOWN -                                200 - 400
       rectangular of form with gadrooned floral border & leaf & scroll tab
       handles, on cast fluted paw feet (Diameter across handles: 27cm)

                         BRASS, COPPER & METAL WARES


LOT                                  DESCRIPTION                                       ESTIMATE


       A VICTORIAN BRASS COAL BUCKET - the pail shaped body with
1090   rolled rim, cast rivet lugs & hoop shaped swing handle, stamped R H             300 - 600
       (Height: 24cm)

       A SMALL VICTORIAN BRASS DINNER BELL - with ebonised turned
1091                                                                                   100 - 300
       handle, brass finial & clapper (Height: 15.5cm)

       A VICTORIAN STYLE BRASS READING STAND - the hinged &
1092   pierced frame having scroll & leaf decoration with easel back, on shaped        200 - 400
       feet

       A 1920'S BRASS BOUND UMBRELLA & STICK STAND - rectangular
       shaped body having raised Galleon & Sea" decoration with rising &
1093                                                                                  600 - 1 000
       setting sun all within a stylized floral border & cast lion masque drop
       handles (With drip tray) (Height: 53.5cm)




                                             Page 114
       AN INDIAN BRASS WATER CARRYING VESSEL - of baluster form
1094   with tin-lined interior, fitted drinking cup & swing handle screw-cap lid      100 - 300
       (Height: 18.5cm)

       A PAIR OF POLISH BRASS TABLE CANDLESTICKS - MAKER: B.
       HENNEBERG WARSZAWA - EACH DATED 1912 - each dished drip-
1095   pan having raised stylized floral decoration & a vase shaped nozzle, on a     500 - 1 500
       raised swag ribbon & leaf embellished column support, on a circular
       rising base on scroll feet (Height: 38cm)

       AN ENGLISH BRASS FERN POT - vase shaped body with raised rose
1096                                                                                  200 - 400
       flower band decoration & everted rim (Height: 22cm)

       A 1930'S BRASS FERN POT - vase shaped body with raised & grooved
1097                                                                                  200 - 400
       beaded band decoration (Height: 22cm)

       A BRASS TYPE 6 MINERS SAFETY LAMP - Maker: ECCLES - The
1098                                                                                  300 - 600
       Protector Lamp & Lighting Co. LTD. (Height: 25cm)

       A CAPE STYLE COPPER URN & MATCHING KONVOOR - the
       cylindrical body with raised band decoration having applied rivet-drop
       handles with brass Fiddian spigot tap & domed finial lid, the matching
1099                                                                                 1 000 - 3 000
       drum shaped konvoor having pierced decoration & conforming handles
       with metal tessie, on brass scroll feet (With original coffee bag)
       (Total height: 40cm)

       AN EDWARDIAN COPPER HOT WATER URN - can shaped body with
1100   rolled rim, domed lid, rivet handle & brass baton carrying handles, nickel-    200 - 400
       plate spigot tap, PLUS 2 additional taps (Height: 30cm)

       AN EDWARDIAN COPPER CHOCOLATE WARMER - the tin-lined
       cylindrical body with waisted base & flared top, having a hinged disc lid
1101                                                                                  100 - 300
       with bakelite finial & turned wooden handle, on cast brass scroll
       decorated feet (Height: 16cm)

       A PAIR OF SOUTH AFRICAN "DE KLERK ORIGINAL" COPPER
       COAL SCUTTLES - each of cylindrical form with rolled rim, having a
1102                                                                                  500 - 800
       hoop shaped swing handle with hand peaned band decoration & cast
       rivet carrying handle (Tallest: 44cm each)

       A DE KLERK? COPPER WATERING CAN - hand peaned bun shaped
1103                                                                                  100 - 300
       body with strap handle & spout (Height: 22.5cm)

       A 1930'S TALL COFFEE POT - the hand peaned tapered cylindrical
1104   body having a hinged domed lid with shaped strap handle                        150 - 300
       (Height: 35cm)

       4 X SOUTH AFRICAN "GOODHOPE WARE" BLUE & WHITE
       CONDIMENT TINS WITH COVERS - each inscribed in English &
1105                                                                                  200 - 400
       Afrikaans "Tea", "Sugar", "Rice" & "Coffee", with matching hanging wall
       rack




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       A 4 PIECE CLOISONNÉ CRUET SET - having flower & cloud band
1106   decoration, PLUS a gourd shaped dragon pattern specimen vase            300 - 600
       (Tallest: 25.5cm)

       AN AUSTRIAN ART NOUVEAU WHITE METAL TABLE CENTRE
       FRAME - of a Japanese Geisha figurine, within a floral whiplash
1107   decorated frame, surmounted by a conforming leaf collar support, on a   600 - 1 000
       rising naturalistic base, on a wooden socle (Sans liners & losses)
       (Total height: 41.4cm)




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               DAY 2: TUESDAY 22 JULY 2008
              SESSION 5: COMMENCING AT 15H00
                                        TOYS
           INCLUDING: TIN PLATE, LEAD SOLDIERS, DOLLS & RUSS
                                 BEARS

LOT                                DESCRIPTION                                     ESTIMATE

       A 1930'S BOXCAR RACER "BOKKIE N0. 6" - hand-built by: J.F
       Honicke circa 1938, metal shell body with painted canvas & wooden
       chassis, whippet dog hood ornament, fixed rear axel & front axel with
1110                                                                              4 000 - 6 000
       steering mechanism & rear handbrake on spoke rims & rubber tyres
       (Distressed, sold as found with custom metal display stand)
       (Length: 188cm)

       A CIRCA 1920'S TOC-TOC BOAT - tin plate body with painted red &
       yellow decoration having two flying flags & a funnel, with candle burner
1111   tray (Scarce) (Length: 21cm) Literature: "The all colour directory of       100 - 300
       toys" G. Gardiner & A. Morris page 124-5 no.11 illustrates a similar
       model

       A HORNBY NO.1 SPEED BOAT RACER - Manufactured by Meccano
1112   Ltd Liverpool - tinplate & painted body with clockwork mechanism,           500 - 800
       winder, instruction booklet & original box

       A SPANISH "LINEA HISTORICA" TIN PLATE CLOCKWORK
       DRIVEN & LITHOPANED COUPE LIMOUSINE WITH DRIVER
1113                                                                              1 000 - 3 000
       1923 - Maker: Paya, S.C.V.L. Santa Rita, 33 IBI (Alicante) - limited
       edition of 4000/5000, with certificate (Length: 25cm)

       A GERMAN SCHUCO STUDIO II AUTO UNION RACING CAR - die-
       cast body with litho paned interior, clockwork mechanism, front steering
1114                                                                              600 - 1 000
       with solid hub wheels on rubber tyres (With winder, stand, tools, spare
       wheel nut & instruction pamphlet) (Length: 16cm)

       A SCHUCO OLD TIMER 1228 OPEL DOKTOR-WAGEN MODEL
       1909 - with clockwork mechanism, audible motor noise, vibrating in
1115                                                                              1 500 - 3 000
       operation, gear shift, operating steering wheel & automatic folding top
       (Near mint & boxed, with winder, instruction book & pamphlet)

       A TRI-ANG MINICTOYS CLOCKWORK DRIVEN TIN PLATE FORD
1116   LIGHT VAN - rear wheel drive with Tri-Ang transfers on rubber &             200 - 400
       plastic wheels (With winder) (Length: 8.5cm)

       A TRI-ANG MINICTOYS CLOCKWORK DRIVEN TIN PLATE FORD
1117   SALOON CAR - green painted tinplate, rear wheel drive on rubber             200 - 400
       wheels (With winder) (Length: 8.5cm)




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         A GREEN PAINTED TINPLATE SALOON CAR - rear wheel drive
1118                                                                                   200 - 400
         clockwork mechanism on metal hub wheels

         A GERMAN CLOCKWORK TINPLATE & LITHOPANED "JUMBO"
1119                                                                                   AT BEST
         ELEPHANT - (Play worn with key) (Height: 9cm)

         A FRANKLIN MINT "1907 ROLL-ROYCE SILVER GHOST" SCALE
1120                                                                                   200 - 400
         1:24 - silver with green interior (Some losses)

         A BRITAINS CEREMONIAL COLLECTION SCOTS GUARDS DRUM
         BUGLE & PIPES SET - comprising: 5 pipers, 5 side drummers, 3 x bass
1121                                                                                  600 - 1 000
         drummers, a bugler, mounted parade officer, a pipe leader & Queen
         Elizabeth II on riding side-saddle (17 pieces)

         A BRITAINS CEREMONIAL COLLECTION SCOTS GUARDS
         COLOUR PARTY & SENTRY BOX - comprising: an ER sentry box, 2 x
1122                                                                                   400 - 800
         standard bearers, 2 x parade officers, 4 x soldiers, 1 parade leader & 2 x
         bobbies (12 pieces)

         A BRITANS CEREMONIAL COLLECTION 5 PIECE BAND OF THE
1123                                                                                   300 - 600
         LIFE GUARDS

         A COLLECTION OF COLONIAL FACTOR LEAD CAST & HAND
1124                                                                                   PER SET
         PAINTED SOLDIERS - all boxed - boxes fair to poor

1124 A   A) 4 x sets of 6 "No. 1 Transvaal Scottish Pipers" (# 4,5,6,7)               100 - 300ea


1124 B   B) 3 x sets of 6 "No. 1 Transvaal Scottish Drummers" (# 4,5,7)               100 - 300ea


1124 C   C) A set of 6 "No. 2 Transvaal Scottish Pipers & Drummers" (# 31 & 33)       100 - 300ea


1124 D   D) 2 x sets of 6 "Witwatersrand Rifles Pipers" (# 9 & 10)                    100 - 300ea


1124 E   E) 2 x sets of 6 "Witwatersrand Rifles Drummers" (# 9 & 10)                  100 - 300ea

         F) A set of 6 "South African Irish Regiment Pipers" & a set of 6
1124 F                                                                                100 - 300ea
         drummers (# 5 & 6)

1124 G   G) 2 x sets of 6 "S.A.S Rand Pipers" (# 3 & 4)                               100 - 300ea


1124 H   H) A set of 6 "S.A.S Rand Drummers" (# 4)                                    100 - 300ea

         I) A set of 6 "Kimberley Regiment Pipers" PLUS 5 x "Kimberley
1124 I                                                                                 100 - 300
         Regiment Pipers" (# 2 & 3)

1124 J   J) A set of 6 "Kimberley Regiment Drummers" (# 3)                            100 - 300ea


1124 K   K) A set of 6 "Cape Town Highlanders Infantry" (# 3)                         100 - 300ea




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1124 L   L) A set of 6 "Cape Town Highlanders Colour Party" (# 20)                 100 - 300ea

         M) A loose set of 6 "No.2 Transvaal Scottish Pipers" (Unboxed) PLUS 6 x
1124 M                                                                              100 - 300
         loose "No.2 Transvaal Scottish Drummers" (Unboxed)

         N) 4 x "British Colonial Boer War Riflemen" (Unboxed) PLUS 4 x "Zulu
1124 N                                                                              AT BEST
         Warriors" (Unboxed & losses/replacements)

         A "15TH HUSSARS 1815" SOLDIER, A "BRITISH SOUTH AFRICA
         POLICE TROOPER", & ANOTHER OF A "CAVALRY OFFICER",
1125                                                                                AT BEST
         PLUS A "WWII GERMAN STORM TROOPER" (Some damage &
         losses evident)

         2 X "ROSEBUD" DOLLS - each lightweight plastic body dressed in
1126                                                                                100 - 300
         original clothing with straw bonnets - one with sleeping eyes (Boxed)

         A BRITISH EMPIRE PRODUCT CANADIAN "BABY LOVUMS" DOLL
         - Maker: Reliable Toy Co. - the composite moulded body with sleeping
1127                                                                                300 - 600
         eyes & sound box, dressed in original baby-ware (With original label)
         (Height: 42cm)

         A BRITISH EMPIRE PRODUCT CANADIAN "BABY LOVUMS" DOLL
         - Maker: Reliable Toy Co. - the composite moulded body with sleeping
1128                                                                                200 - 400
         eyes & sound box, dressed in original baby-ware (With original label)
         (Imperfection to face) (Height: 42cm)

         A RUSS 'BEARS FROM THE PAST' LIMITED EDITION
1129     "ESPRESSO" BEAR - No.4398, manufactured by: Russ Berrie &                  100 - 200
         Company Inc.                  (Height: 38cm)

         2 X RUSS BEARS "HONEY" & "GLADSTONE" - No. 20881 & 90424
1130     respectively, manufactured by: Russ Berrie & Company Inc.                  100 - 200
         (Tallest: 27cm)

         A RUSS "BRAWSON" BEAR - No. 23135, manufactured by: Russ
1131                                                                                100 - 200
         Berrie & Company Inc. (Height: 36cm)

         A RUSS "HIGGINS" BEAR - No. 101329, manufactured by: Russ
1132                                                                                200 - 400
         Berrie & Company Inc. (Height: 63cm)

         A RUSS 'BEARS FROM THE PAST' LIMITED EDITION
1133     "WELLESLEY" BEAR - No. 2622 of 5000, manufactured by: Russ Berrie          300 - 500
         & Company Inc. (With box & certificate) (Height: 54cm)

         A RUSS 'BEARS FROM THE PAST' LIMITED EDITION
1134     "MILLENNIUM TEDDY" - No. 2184 of 5000, manufactured by: Russ               200 - 400
         Berrie & Company Inc. (With box & certificate) (Height: 40cm)




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       A BARBIE "MIDGE" DOLL - Maker: Matell - moulded plastic body with
1135   movable arms & legs, brunette hair, original Barbie clothing, sun hat &     200 - 400
       accessories (With box & cover) (Height: 24cm)

       A GERMAN MOULDED PLASTIC BABY DOLL - Maker: Minerva
1136                                                                                AT BEST
       PLUS a miniature doll & a hand painted composite infant doll with crib

        A GERMAN "TONI & VRONI" (JACK & JILL) MOULDED PLASTIC
       TOY - made in the Us zone of Germany circa 1945 - Schildkrote logo,
1137                                                                               100 - 300
       instruction pamphlet (Mint & boxed) PLUS a clockwork donkey, a Scottie
       dog toy & 3 x plastic baby dolls

       A NOVELTY PLUSH COVERED TEDDY BEAR - with detachable head,
1138   movable arms & legs, enclosing a scent bottle (Imperfections) (Length:      100 - 300
       12.5cm)

       A CLEM TRAVELLING IRON - Maker: Clayton Lewis & Miller Ltd
1139   London England - with bakelite handle plug & original box (Fitted for       100 - 300
       electricity)

       A CLEM TOY IRON - Maker: Clayton Lewis & Miller Ltd London England
1140   - moulded plastic handle with nickel-plate base (Fitted for electricity)    100 - 300
       PLUS another "The Habit" toy iron

       A POST WAR GERMAN TOY CLOCK - painted plywood body with
1141   arched pediment having floral decoration with moulded plastic dial &        150 - 300
       hands (With pendulum & weight)

       A POST WAR GERMAN TOY CLOCK - the lobed & gabled body having
1142   painted floral decoration with moulded plastic dial & hands (With           150 - 300
       pendulum & weights)

                     COLLECTABLES, MEDALS & MILITARIA

        INCLUDING THE PROPERTY OF THE LATE MAJOR J.H. TAYLOR

LOT                                DESCRIPTION                                     ESTIMATE

       A FULL MOUNT FEMALE LEOPARD - the standing figure mounted on
1145                                                                              3 000 - 5 000
       a faux log wood base (With permit & documentation)

       A LATE VICTORIAN PAPER KNIFE - the tortoise shell blade having a
       tapered ivory handle, silver mount & cartouche - London 1895 - Maker:
1146   Joseph Angell (Length: 36cm) PLUS an ivorine bookmark with moulded         1 000 - 2 000
       Geisha & attendant decoration & raised cherry blossom motif on the
       reverse (Length: 26cm)

       A GEC CANDLESTICK TELEPHONE - black metal body with brass
1147   fittings, bakelite mouthpiece & speaker on a circular rising base (Now     1 000 - 3 000
       wired for current use)




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       A PART SET OF 8 BRASS WEIGHTS 500grm - 10grm - with wooden
1148                                                                                100 - 300
       case PLUS a part set of 9 assorted brass weights 1000grm - 10grm

       A VICTORIAN BRASS PORTABLE BEAM BALANCE SCALE -
       inscribed: "Class II - to weight 2 ounces" with Royal seal, glass & metal
1149                                                                               600 - 1 000
       pans, set on a rectangular mahogany drawer base with knop handle,
       plus 13 assorted gram weights (Some loses) (Total height: 32.5cm)

       3 X LATE VICTORIAN GLASS APOTHECARY JARS - each of
       cylindrical form having original labels, 2 with rounded rims & moulded
1150   ground stoppers, the other with everted rim, PLUS a bottle-green flask       200 - 400
       with fluted body & ground stopper, mark on bases: YG CO
       (Imperfections) (Tallest: 22.5cm)

       A VICTORIAN WALNUT & VENEER APOTHECER'S CHEST
       CONTAINING 23 ASSORTED GLASS PILL BOTTLES - all having
1151   printed paper labels with cork stoppers, the box inscribed: "J. T. Pocock    200 - 400
       & Co. Homoeopathic Chemist, Cape Town" (Some veneer loss & 1 bottle
       deficient)

       A COLLECTION OF 5 ASSORTED VICTORIAN GLASS
       APOTHECARY FLASKS - with disk stoppers, each inscribed with the
1152   chemical content on a painted enamel shield shaped label with gilt           400 - 800
       border, PLUS a matching bottle with ground stopper & one extra
       stopper (Imperfections) (Tallest: 17.5cm)

       2 X SOUTH AFRICAN RAILWAYS CABIN TOILETS - each stainless
       steel body with patent foot-flush mechanism, one with hinged wooden
1153                                                                               500 - 1 500
       seat & metal lid (The one seat & the toilet stamped 2040, and the other
       stamped 2037)

       SOUTH AFRICAN RAILWAYS CAST BRONZE ENGINE PLATE - the
1154   oval shaped body inscribed "South African Railways" & numbered 744-10       1 500 - 3 000
       (Diameter: 53cm)

       A SCOTTISH SPORRAN - electroplated mount & suspension chain
1155   having raised thistle flower decoration with stitched leather pouch &        100 - 300
       horse hair

       A COMMEMORATIVE MOULDED GLASS DECANTER IN THE FORM
       A WEBLEY REVOLVER - inscribed: "R & K" on the body, with cork
       stopper (Length: 24.5cm) Note: according to the present owner the
1156   handgun was issued by a Scottish whisky distillery to the British troops     300 - 600
       during the Anglo-Boer War, her great-grandfather Alexander McGregor
       was involved in the Siege of Ladysmith & was the member of the
       Scottish regiment who received the decanter as a gift

       A GERMAN WWI 1ST CLASS IRON CROSS - nickel-plate & black
1157                                                                                400 - 800
       enamel decoration with clasp & original presentation case




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       A SWISS WWI BRASS POCKET SIGHTING COMPASS - with hinged
1158   glazed cover, calibrated dial, case & lock (With War Department mark &           100 - 300
       dated 1915)

       A GROUP OF MEDALS AWARDED TO MAJOR JH TAYLOR
       DURHAM LIGHT INFANTRY - one officially impressed & 4 unnamed
       as issued: 1939 - 1945 Star, Italy Star, British Defence Medal 1939 -
       1945, 1939 - 1945 British War Medal - (mentioned in despatches) bronze
1159                                                                                   3 000 - 6 000
       oak leaf, Geo VI General Service Medal - Army & R.A.F. 1918 -1962 with
       Malaya bar - All contained in a mahogany case - inscribed JH Taylor
       (Sold together with documentation & a photo of Major JH Taylor the
       recipient)
1160   A GROUP OF MINIATURE DRESS MEDALS - as above                                     300 - 600

       AN OFFICERS DRESS SWORD - MAKER: CONWAY WILLIAMS 48
       BROOK STREET LONDON W1 - the 84cm blade having etched
       decoration with the Royal Cipher & coat of arms, the pierced & incised
1161   basket guard with conforming decoration, shagreen wire-wound grip,              2 000 - 4 000
       cast handle & pommel, with leather knot, stitched leather scabbard &
       carry bag - inscribed with the initials JHT, this was originally the property
       of the late Major J.H. Taylor (Total length: 101cm)

       DURHAM LIGHT INFANTRY PARADE UNIFORM - with rank insignia
1162                                                                                     AT BEST
       for Lieutenant Colonel, with stitched medal bar & oak leaf

       OFFICERS TRENCH COAT WITH DLI INSIGNIA & LIEUTENANT
1163                                                                                     AT BEST
       COLONEL RANK

       BATTLE JACKET WITH TROUSERS DLI INSIGNIA & LIEUTENANT
1164                                                                                     AT BEST
       COLONEL - with stitched medal bar & oak leaf

       DRESS MESS UNIFORM - red jacket with black trousers having a red
1165                                                                                     AT BEST
       stripe & a green waist coat, rank insignia for Lieutenant Colonel

       A STEP-OUT UNIFORM - bottle green jacket & trousers with stitched
       medal bar & oak leaf, DLI insignia & rank for Lieutenant Colonel, WITH
1166   matching cap having DLI insignia, badge & silver braiding on the peak -           AT BEST
       Maker: Thomas & Stone, Hat & Cap Makers, 108 Jermyn Street St
       James's London SW1 - with original carton

       A SAFARI HAT OR SOLAR-TOPI - Maker: James Lock & Co Hatters,
1167                                                                                     AT BEST
       St James Street London - with original carton

       AN OFFICER'S PARADE CAP WITH DLI INSIGNIA & BADGE
       INSCRIBED: "SOUTH AFRICA 1900 - 1902" - Maker: Thomas &
       Stone, Hat & Cap Makers, 108 Jermyn Street St James's London SW1 -
1168                                                                                     AT BEST
       with original carton PLUS a beret with DLI badge & inscribed: "South
       Africa 1900 - 1902" - Maker: Conway Williams 48 Brook Street Mayfair
       London -with original carton




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       A GENTLEMAN'S SILVER MOUNT TRAVELLING SHAVING BRUSH
       WITH MATCHING SOAP CANISTER & DOMED COVER, PLUS A
       CRYSTAL TOOTHBRUSH HOLDER & 2 X MATCHING TOILET
       BOTTLES - ALL HAVING SILVER MOUNT SCREW CAPS - LONDON
1169                                                                             300 - 600
       1919 - 1921 & BIRMINGHAM 1919 - MAKER: EMW & A.J.
       ZIMMERMAN RESPECTIVELY - all contained in a stitched leather
       toiletry case PLUS a manicure set & matching stud box - all inscribed:
       JHT (To be sold as a lot)
       A PAIR OF FRENCH 'LUMIERE PARIS' FIELD GLASSES - nickel
1170   plated & snake skin covered body, with stitched leather carrying case     100 - 300
       (Distressed)

       A GENTLEMAN'S BLACK COLLAPSIBLE SUMMER TOPHAT - Maker:
1171
       Tress & Co London - Retailed by: Walters, Oxford - with original carton

       A GENTLEMAN'S MORNING TOPHAT, GREY - Maker: James Lock &
1172
       C, Hatters, St James Street London - with original carton


       A GENTLEMAN'S HARD BOWLER HAT - BLACK - Maker: James
1173   Lock & Co, Hatters, St James Street London - with original carton PLUS
       a matching soft Bowler hat -with original carton


       A GENTLEMAN'S BLACK MOLESKIN TOPHAT - Maker: James Lock
1174
       & Co, Hatters, St James Street London - with original carton

       A GENTLEMAN'S SOFT BLACK SUMMER HAT - Maker: James Lock
1175
       & Co, Hatters, St James Street London - with original carton

       A UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA INFANTRY OFFICERS SWAGGER
       STICK - cane shaft with brass knop handle & chape having raised
1176   "Special Services Battalion" insignia & inscribed "Eendrag Maak Mag"      100 - 300
       (Length: 68cm) PLUS an officer's swagger stick - with brass knop finial
       & chape (Length: 69.5cm)

       AN OFFICER'S PATENT SHOOTING STICK - the tapered mahogany
1177   shaft with metal chape & folding seat having stitched hide decoration     200 - 400
       (Length: 85cm)

       A VICTORIAN COLONIAL MALACCA GENTLEMAN'S SHOOTING
1178   STICK - with hinged folding seat, metal mounts & spike - stamped:         500 - 800
       "BTF S. G. D. G." (Length: 72cm)

       A TEAKWOOD BISLEY RIFLEMAN'S CARTRIDGE BOX - rectangular
1179   of form with hinged lid & fitted with 303 cartridge recesses, above a     300 - 600
       lower target/document drawer (18 x 25.5 x 20.5cm)


1180   2 X OS SWEEPE - tapered wooden shafts with woven leather whips            100 - 300




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                                 EDGED WEAPONS

       AFRICAN HUNTER - CARL SCHLIEPER SOLINGEN FAN BRAND -
1181                                                                              300 - 600
       brass guard & butt cap, wooden handle (Approx. overall length 33.5cm)

       CLIPP POINT HUNTER M.V. STAINLESS STEEL SERIES - brass
1182   guard & butt cap, brass & fibre spacers, dark wood, shaped handle          300 - 600
       (Overall length: 26cm)

       HEAVY HUNTER/SKINNER CLIPP POINT - Alligator hand made Hi
1183   carbon stainless brass guard & butt cap, brass & black synthetic?          500 - 800
       spacers, dark wood, shaped handle (Overall length: 26cm)

       SMALL TRAILING POINT HUNTER - CARL SCHLIEPER SOLINGEN
1184   ROSTFREI - aluminium guard & butt cap, stacked black synthetic             200 - 400
       handles with aluminium spacers (Overall length: 21cm)

       ORIGINAL BUFFALO SKINNER TRAILING POINT -
       SCHNEIDTEUFEL SOLINGEN - integral polished steel? bolster & butt
1185                                                                              500 - 800
       cap, inlaid shaped black synthetic material handle, bird's eye pins
       (Overall length: 25cm)

       CLIPP POINT HUNTER - QUEEN STEEL #75 MADE IN U.S.A. -
1186   aluminium guard & butt cap, imitation bone/staff handle (Overall length:   500 - 800
       26.5cm)

       PUMA TRAILING POINT HUNTER - with saw-back, brass guard,
1187   aluminium butt cap, stag handle with fibre spaces (Overall length:         300 - 600
       23.5cm)

       ORIGINAL MARTO SUPER STAINLESS DROP POINT HUNTER -
1188   synthetic handle material (Cream) brass pins & lanyard hole (Origin        300 - 600
       unknown) (Overall length: 22cm)

       SKINNER/GUT HOOK (SHORT BLADE) - Rhino engraved on blade,
       Torros AS 1003 surgical steel, handmade in South Africa - brushed steel
1189                                                                              200 - 400
       handle, material with wood inlays (3 to a side) (Overall length:20cm,
       blade: 8.5cm)

       SMALL TRAILING POINT HUNTER - ATTIE VISSER MAKER? -
1190                                                                              200 - 400
       brass guard warthog handle ivory? (Overall length: 19cm)

       HEAVY SKINNER/HUNTER CLIPP POINT - WESTMARK U.S.A.
       703 PATTERN NO14477? - MANUFACTURED WESTERN CUTLERY
1191                                                                              500 - 800
       1970'S - 1980'S - brass guard aluminium butt cap, Pakka wood handle
       with brass pins (Overall length: 22.5cm)

       BUCK MODEL #102: WOODSMAN (SMALL FISH & GAME KNIFE)
1192   BUCK U.S.A. - aluminium guard & butt cap with black spacers, black         400 - 600
       phenolic resin handle (Overall length: 5inches/approx 20cm)




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       BOWIE KNIFE 'I CUT MY WAY' - WILLIAM RODGERS SHEFFIELD
1193   ENGLAND - brass double guard, wood handle, brass pins (Overall               600 - 1 000
       length: 26cm)

       SCHRADE U.S.A. 497 SMALL TRAILING POINT HUNTER - brass
       guard & butt cap, stacked leather handle with fibre spacers, (Overall
1194                                                                                 300 - 600
       length: 22cm) Note: this is an original Schrade manufactured knife,
       company closed down 2003/2004

       ORIGINAL BOWIE KNIFE - HENRY BOKER PELICAN BRAND -
1195   brass guard, aluminium butt cap, stagg handle with fibre spacers (overall     400 - 600
       length: 27.5cm)

       SMALL HUNTER/UTILITY KNIFE - HENRY BOKER PELICAN
1196   BRAND - brass guard & aluminium butt cap, stagg handle with fibre             200 - 400
       spacers (Overall length: aprrox 20cm)

       TRAILING POINT HUNTER HENRY BOKER PELICAN BRAND -
1197   brass guard & aluminium butt cap, stagg handle? With fibre spacers            300 - 600
       (Overall length approx: 26cm)

       QUEEN STEEL (BOWIE STYLE HUNTER) GAME KEEPER - SERIAL
1198   NO 750482 - micarta handle, leather sheath, mint & boxed                     1 000 - 3 000
       (Length of blade: 152mm)

       KERSHAW OREGON USA BY KAI JAPAN - TROOPER/BOOT
       KNIFE - WITH SEATH & PRESENTATION BOX; knife engraved with
1199   names on bolster & blade Note: the knife has been engraved with the            AT BEST
       collectors friends' names on the blade & "Chris" on the bolster, the knife
       was possibly a gift to the deceased owner

       A PAIR OF MARTTIINI: FINLAND: PUUKO - each with black
1200   composite handle & traditional stitched sheath, condition good (Total         400 - 800
       length: 230mm)

       ROB E BROWN (SA KNIFE GUILD) DROP POINT HUNTER OR
       SKINNING KNIFE - thorn-wood handle with steel pins, mirror polish
1201   blade & lanyard hole, the 10.5cm blade etched with the makers name,          500 - 1 000
       Port Elizabeth & numbered BO!6 (With custom stitched leather sheath)
       (Total length: 22.5cm)

       CHRIS REEVE (SA KNIFE GUILD) A CLIP/DROP-POINT HUNTER -
       with stock removal blade, integral handle with brass rivet & partridge-
1202                                                                                500 - 1 000
       wood button grip, signed with the makers initials & numbered 4 (With
       custom stitched leather sheath) (Total length: 19cm)

       KERSHAW OREGON USA BY KAI JAPAN - FOLDER - NO 2002, a
       Wenger Switzerland - folder - main blade with combo screwdriver/opener
1203                                                                                  AT BEST
       with stinkwood handle PLUS a Queen Steel No. 66 - twin folder - clipp
       point




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               DAY 2: TUESDAY 22 JULY 2008
              SESSION 6: COMMENCING AT 16H00
               ENGLISH & CONTINENTAL FURNITURE, CLOCKS,
                   EMBELLISHMENTS & LIGHT FITTINGS

LOT                                DESCRIPTION                                       ESTIMATE

       A WILLIAM IV MAHOGANY & VENEER POLE SCREEN - the
       rectangular shaped & moulded outset frame enclosing a floral patterned
1205                                                                                1 000 - 3 000
       panel, with adjustable pole support set in a turned & fluted post having
       brass fittings, on a tri-form base on turned feet

       A WILLIAM IV MAHOGANY & VENEER GENTLEMAN'S
       SECRETAIRE - the peaked pediment with carved scroll & leaf decorated
       crest on turned & tapered column supports & moulded leaf bases,
       flanking two tiered open shelves & pilaster back board, set on a
1206   rectangular shaped top above a recessed long drawer, opening to reveal       2 000 - 4 000
       a fitted writing compartment with hinged, tooled leather skiver, above a
       pair of inset panel doors enclosing a fitted shelf & flanked by "Doric"
       column supports, on reverse break-front plinth base (Restoration &
       alterations evident) (180 x 123 x 58cm)

       A VICTORIAN WALNUT & VENEER SUTHERLAND TABLE - the
       rectangular shaped top with moulded edge having quartered burr walnut
       veneering with drop-leaf serpentine sides with hinged & turned gate
1207                                                                                3 000 - 6 000
       legs, all on a turned stretcher-leg base & featuring raised & carved
       "Celtic" style decoration, on conforming cabriole scroll legs, on casters
       (Open: 72 x 105.5 x 92.5cm)

       A PAIR OF VICTORIAN MAHOGANY BALLOON-BACK SIDE
       CHAIRS - each having a molded frame with a raised & carved flower &
1208                                                                               800 - 1 200 pair
       leaf decorated back-rail & stuff-over beige dralon upholstered seat, on
       conforming scroll decorated cabriole legs

       A SET OF 6 VICTORIAN MAHOGANY BUSTLE-BACK SIDE CHAIRS
       - each gabled top-rail above an open panel back with scrolling mid-rail &
1209   in-curved post supports, stuff-over copper dralon upholstered seat on        4 000 - 8 000
       turned & grooved tapered legs (One frame partially restored & sans
       seat)

       A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY & VENEER WRITING TABLE - the
       rectangular break-front moulded top with 3/4 gallery above a 3 drawer
1210   frieze, set on a conforming rectangular top above a central long drawer      2 000 - 4 000
       with curved sides, on scrolling cabriole legs on a shaped base, on bun
       feet (81 x 119.5 x 53.5cm)




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       A VICTORIAN WALNUT & VENEER FOLD-OVER GAMES TABLE -
       the hinged rectangular shaped top with rounded & moulded edge
       having quartered feathered walnut veneer, swivelling & opening to
1211   reveal a baize lined playing surface & lower storage recess, on 4 turned,      3 000 - 6 000
       fluted & lappet carved column supports, all flanking a central drum collar
       with conforming finial, on a 4 cabriole scroll feet, on casters
       (69.5 x 92.5cm, width 45.5cm closed, 90.5cm opened)

       A SET OF 4 VICTORIAN MAHOGANY BALOON-BACK SIDE
1212   CHAIRS - old gold dralon upholstered diamond buttoned backs &                  1 500 - 2 500
       buoyant seat, on turned tapered legs (For Restoration)

       A VICTORIAN WALNUT & VENEER CENTRE TABLE - the basket
       shaped top having quartered feathered walnut veneer with serpentine
       moulded edge, on 4 "S" scroll supports featuring moulded & carved
1213                                                                                  3 000 - 6 000
       "Celtic" leaf decoration, all flanking a central urn shaped finial with disc
       collar, on 4 cabriole scrolling legs with conforming decoration, on casters
       (71.5 x 105.5 x 62.5cm)

       A VICTORIAN SOFA - the upholstered walnut frame embellished with
1214   raised & carved scroll, leaf & flower decoration & conforming scrolling        4 000 - 8 000
       terminals, on turned tapered & reeded legs, on casters

       A VICTORIAN WALNUT OPEN ARMCHAIR - the oval shaped &
       moulded back with a raised & carved scroll & leaf decorated crest,
1215   conforming supports & curved arms with diamond button upholstered              2 000 - 4 000
       back, buoyant seat & arm pads, on scroll & moulded terminals, on
       cabriole scroll legs, on casters

       A VICTORIAN WALNUT & VENEER SNAP-TOP LOO TABLE - the
       oval shaped quarter burr walnut veneer top with moulded edge, set on a
1216                                                                                  3 000 - 6 000
       vase turned scroll & leaf decorated column support, on a conforming
       quodropod scroll foot base (Diameter: 120cm)

        A VICTORIAN WALNUT & VENEER DINING TABLE - the
1217   rectangular shaped top with rebated, moulded edge & canted corners,            2 000 - 4 0000
       on turned, ring-turned & tapered legs, on casters (145 x 102.5 cm)

       A VICTORIAN OAKWOOD METAMORPHIC LIBRARY-STEPS
       CHAIR - the raised, carved & moulded scrolling leaf pediment above a
1218   pierced floral back splat, between turned reeded & block turned post           2 000 - 4 000
       supports, on a hard shaped & hinged seat, on conforming legs,
       converting into a 4-tread step ladder with sneck hooks

       A VICTORIAN WALNUT & VENEER LADY'S WRITING TABLE - the
       kidney shaped top with moulded edge having a tooled oilskin skiver with
       pierced scroll leaf & decorated brass gallery, over a pair of curved
       drawers with turned knop handles & flanking a raised carved & fretted &
1219                                                                                  3 000 - 6 000
       scroll, leaf & flower decorated frieze, on a bulbous turned & carved
       stretcher base, on out-swept cabriole legs embellished with raised &
       carved stylised "Celtic" floral decoration, on casters (In need of
       restoration) (76.5 x 121.5 x 57.5cm)




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       A VICTORIAN WALNUT NURSING CHAIR - the spoon-back dralon
       upholstered diamond buttoned back & buoyant seat frame having a
1220                                                                                 1 000 - 2 000
       raised & carved leaf & scroll decorated crest, on scroll decorated cabriole
       legs (For Re-upholstery)

       A VICTORIAN WALNUT OPEN ARM CHAIR - the spoon-back frame
       having a raised & carved leaf & scroll decorated crest above a beige
1221   dralon upholstered diamond buttoned back, arm pads & buoyant seat             2 000 - 4 000
       with curved arms & scrolling supports, on leaf & scroll embellished
       cabriole legs

       A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY & VENEER DUCHESS DRESSING
       TABLE - the arched & moulded frame with mirror plate, suspended
       between a pair of floral leaf, scroll & fret galleried bracket supports -
       each fitted with a small rectangular mirror over 3 short drawers, all with
1222                                                                                 5 000 - 8 000
       turned knop handles, set on a shaped top with moulded edge above a
       conforming long drawer, on turned, reeded columns & tapered pilaster
       supports, on a conforming plinth base on bun feet
       (169 x 135.5 x 57.5cm)

       A SUITE OF 4 VICTORIAN MAHOGANY BUSTLE-BACK DINING
       CHAIRS - each frame having raised & carved scroll & leaf decoration
1223                                                                                 2 000 - 4 000
       with a conforming back-rail & vynel upholstered seat, on turned tapered
       legs


       A VICTORIAN WALNUT & VENEER BREAKFAST TABLE - the oval
       shaped top with moulded edge having quartered burr walnut veneering,
1224   on a turned column support, featuring raised & carved leaf decoration on      4 000 - 8 000
       quadroped scroll foot base with conforming embellishment, on casters
       (Split to top) (Diameter: 133cm)

       A SUITE OF 6 VICTORIAN "JACOBEAN" STYLE OAKWOOD
       DINING CHAIRS - comprising: a pair of elbow chairs each shaped &
1225   diamond button upholstered back with a buoyant seat & shepherd's              3 000 - 6 000
       crook arms, on turned leaf carved, moulded & fluted tapered legs, on
       turned feet

       A 3 PIECE VICTORIAN WALNUT SALON SUITE - comprising: a
       chaise lounge with matching grandmother & grandfather chairs - the
1226   chaise with upholstered right-riser, diamond buttoned back, side &            3 000 - 5 000
       buoyant seat, having raised, carved & moulded leaf scroll & floret
       decoration, on turned & tapered reeded legs, the suite on casters

       A MID VICTORIAN WALNUT GRANDMOTHER CHAIR - the oval
       shaped & moulded back featuring a raised & carved floral crest with
1227                                                                                 1 000 - 2 000
       dralon upholstered back & buoyant seat, pierced scrolling leaf supports &
       a serpentine floral decorated rail, on conforming cabriole legs, on casters




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       A LATE VICTORIAN WALNUT & VENEER LAMP TABLE - the
       octagonal shaped top with moulded edge having quartered figured
       walnut veneer with string, diamond & banded inlay, on 4 turned & fluted
1228                                                                                 2 000 - 4 000
       column supports, flanking a conforming finial & disk collar on 4 out-
       swept legs having stylized floral bosses with string inlay, terminating on
       moulded cabrio feet, on casters (Split to top) (75 x 91 x 90 x 90cm)

       A LATE VICTORIAN OAKWOOD DINING SIDEBOARD - the outset
       gabled pediment above a raised & carved scrolling leaf & flower
       decorated frieze canopy, on turned reeded column supports & bracket
       shelves, flanking a central bevel plate & side mirrors with conforming
1229                                                                                 4 000 - 8 000
       inset raised floral panels, set on a rectangular shaped top with rebated
       edge above a curved 3 drawer frieze, over a central cupboard & napery
       drawer, flanked by conforming side cabinets, on bracket shaped feet
       (Some repair evident) (207 x 182.5 x 62.5cm)

       A LATE VICTORIAN 7 PIECE SOLARIUM SUITE - comprising: a
       folding bench with 2 matching armchairs plus 4 side chairs - each gabled
1230   top-rail with carved leaf, scroll & grooved decoration, vynell upholstered    1 500 - 3 000
       back seat & arms, with spindle-turned & galleried back rail, on a folding
       frame united by turned pole stretchers

       A LATE VICTORIAN WALNUT & VENEER DAVENPORT - the hinged
       & domed rectangular top with string & floral inlay, opening to reveal a
       deep stationary recess, the hinged slope front writing top with tooled
1231   leather skiver & conforming inlaid decoration, opening to reveal a lower      2 000 - 4 000
       recess, above a right-hand short drawer, lower cabinet & conforming
       front, side & back panels, on bracket sleigh feet (For restoration) (75.5 x
       52.5 x 41.5cm)

       AN EDWARDIAN WALNUT & VENEER CORNER CHAIR -the gabled
       top-rail having inlaid "Adam" style decoration with a bow-shaped back
1232   rail on turned column supports & stylised floral-fret splats, upholstered     1 000 - 2 000
       seat on turned legs united by a turned & tapered cross stretcher, on
       turned & tapered feet

       AN EDWARDIAN OAKWOOD REVOLVING BOOK GALLERY - the
       square shaped top with moulded & rebated edge above grooved &
1233   galleried slat supports, flanking 3 tiered book divisions & a central post    2 000 - 4 000
       column, on a star foot base, on casters (Some repair & replacements
       evident) (Height:113.5 cm)

       AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY MUSIC CABINET - the rectangular
       shaped bow-front top with outset moulded edge, above a red velvet
1234   curtained front opening to reveal 6 fitted sheet music tiers & a lower        1 000 - 2 000
       recess, flanked by quarter-round supports with lower fretted brackets,
       on tapered legs (106 x 49.5 x 37.5cm)

       AN EDWARDIAN ROSEWOOD & VENEER LAMP TABLE - the
       foliated top with moulded edge having an inlaid central floral medallion
1235                                                                                 1 000 - 2 000
       with stringing, on 4 curved & tapered legs united by a conforming lower
       tier, on casters (Some damage & loses evident) (69 x 69.5 x 69.5cm)




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       AN EDWARDIAN WALNUT & VENEER CORNER CHAIR - the gabled
       top rail having inlaid "Adam" style decoration on bowed back-rail with
1236                                                                             1 000 - 2 000
       turned column supports & vase-fret inlaid panels, upholstered seat on
       turned legs united by a turned cross stretcher, on turned feet

       AN ARTS & CRAFTS MORRIS STYLE 3 PIECE SALON SUITE OF
       SIMPLISTIC FORM & DESIGN - comprising: a bench & 2 elbow
       chairs, each oakwood frame embellished with platted & baled sea-grass
1237   back & side panels, with matching woven mat seat. The oakwood frames      1 500 - 3 000
       of simplistic form having square post supports & uprights with plank
       shaped arms & grooved scroll terminals, on square tapered legs. The
       frames branded with the letters "DWO"

       A 1920'S TEAKWODD DINING TABLE - the circular top with rebated
       & moulded edge having a custom fitted circular revolving "Lazy Susan",
1238                                                                             2 000 - 4 000
       with turned knop finials, set on turned block-turned & tapered legs, on
       turned feet (Splits to top) (Diameter: 153cm)

       A 1930'S TEAKWOOD 3 TIER OCCASIONAL TABLE IN THE SHAPE
1239   OF A SERVING TROLLEY - having pilaster supports with applied               500 - 800
       stepped decoration (Height: 69.5cm)

       A 1930'S TEAKWOOD 2 TIER LAMP TABLE - the rectangular shaped
1240                                                                              300 - 600
       "D" end top on square tapered & chamfered legs (69 x 45.5 x 38cm)

       AN ENGLISH OAKWOOD STANDARD LAMP - turned & tapered
1241   column support on a rising disc-shaped base, on turned feet (Fitted for    400 - 800
       electricity) (Height: 157.5cm)

       AN ENGLISH OAKWOOD SIDEBOARD PRESS IN THE JACOBEAN
       MANNER - the rectangular top with rounded edge & plate trough,
       above a pair of inset twin panel doors, fitted with a sliding latch
1242   mechanism & flanked by baluster turned supports, set on a conforming      1 500 - 3 000
       rectangular top over 2 short drawers & a conforming lower 2 door
       cupboard with latch & turned knop handles, on stile feet (129.5 x 130.5
       x 49cm)
       A WELSH OAKWOOD CROFTER'S CHAIR - the tapered pilaster back
1243   having raised & carved floral designs & fretted heart decoration,          300 - 600
       octagonal shaped hard seat, on turned ring-turned legs

       A GERMAN WALNUT & VENEER TWIN BEDROOM SUITE -
       comprising: a family wardrobe with moulded outset pediment above a
       pair of rectangular cupboard doors, flanking a central glazed linen
1244   cabinet over 3 graduated drawers on shaped feet (199 x 188 x 56cm),       3 000 - 6 000
       PLUS a pair of single bedsteads with matching head & foot boards, side
       rails, spring mats & original matresses (194.5 x 99cm) PLUS a pair of
       matching bedside cabinets




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       AN AUSTRIAN MAHOGANY, WALNUT & VENEER NAPERY
       CABINET - the rectangular shaped top with rebated & moulded edge
       above a central rectangular drawer & flanked by raised corbels, over a
1245                                                                                  3 000 - 6 000
       pair of rectangular doors flanked by reeded pilasters, each having inset
       burr walnut veneer panels with gilt metal escutcheons & drop handles,
       enclosing 3 fitted shelves, on turned feet (139.5 x 98 x 46.5cm)

       AN AUSTRIAN MAHOGANY, WALNUT & VENEER COCKTAIL
       CABINET - the pagoda shaped top with rebated & moulded outset
       pediment, above a narrow long drawer over a pair of inset arch panel
       doors, opening to reveal a fitted interior with glass rack, shelf & 3 drawer
1246                                                                                  6 000 - 10 000
       frieze, on 3 graduated long drawers, the cabinet embellished with burr
       walnut veneer, ebony stringing & brass drop handles, set on a
       conforming moulded plinth base, on turned bun feet
       (166 x 103 x 52cm)

       A SET OF 10 AUSTRIAN BENTWOOD ASH BISTRO CHAIRS - each
       curved ply panel back with pressed diamond lozenge design, between
1247                                                                                  1 500 - 3 000
       curved post supports & conforming hard ply seat, on curved legs united
       by a ring stretcher (Some chairs inscribed "YLR & dated 1938 & 1939)

       A CONTINENTAL MAHOGANY & VENEER 5 PIECE SALON SUITE
       WITH ARTS & CRAFTS OVERTONES - comprising: a sofa with 2
       elbow chairs plus a pair of matching side chairs, the flower & string inlaid
       frame with upholstered twin oval panel back, sides, arms & seat
       featuring raised, carved & fretted leaf & scroll decoration with curved
1248                                                                                  4 000 - 8 000
       terminal supports, on curved legs, the chairs each having twin open
       scroll-top rails with conforming decoration & floral inlay panels with a
       fretted scroll tapered vase shaped back, curved arm supports &
       upholstered seat, on slender curved legs (For restoration & re-
       upholstery)
       A PAIR OF NAPOLEON III WALNUT BOUDOIR CHAIRS - each
       gabled top-rail having a raised, carved & moulded scroll & leaf decorated
1249   crest, above an oval floral pattern dralon upholstered back & buoyant          1 000 - 2 000
       seat, flanked by a pair of turned & reeded column supports with finial
       capitals, on conforming turned tapered & reeded legs

       A FRENCH WALNUT CANAPE - the moulded frame having a raised &
       carved floral crest above a diamond button upholstered back & buoyant
1250                                                                                  4 000 - 8 000
       seat with over-scroll arms, featuring further scroll-moulded terminals &
       serpentine floral decorated apron, on cabriole legs, on casters

       A FRENCH WALNUT, ROSEWOOD & MAHOGANY VENEER LOUISE
       XV STYLE WALNUT & VENEER "BUREAU DE DAME" - the gabled
       top with bombe slope front hinged door, opening to reveal a fitted
       interior with an arrangement of 4 drawers & recesses, embellished with
1251   inlaid scrolling leaf & flower motifs & having an oil skin skiver, above 3     5 000 - 8 000
       curved long drawers with conforming apron, on curved legs, The bureau
       further embellished with cast & pierced floral metal mounts, handles &
       escutcheons, featuring conforming inlaid panels & terminating on sabot
       shod-feet (Some splits & veneer loss) (104.5 x 81 x 48cm)




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       A SUITE OF 4 CONTINENTAL OAK SIDE CHAIRS - each gabled top-
       rail having a pierced raised & carved scroll & leaf decorated crest, above
       a curved copper dralon upholstered back with nailed decoration &
1252                                                                                2 000 - 4 000
       spindled gallery, between out-curved post supports with leaf carved
       decoration, stuff over upholstered seat, on turned reeded legs united by
       a chamfered H stretcher, on turned feet

       A SUITE OF 4 FRENCH OAK SIDE CHAIRS - each gabled & scrolling
       leaf decorated top-rail with ribbon frieze, over a copper dralon stud
       upholstered curved back, between square tapered out-scroll supports,
1253                                                                                2 000 - 4 000
       flanking a spindle-turned & arched gallery back, with stuff-over
       upholstered seat, on turned reeded legs united by an H frame stretcher,
       on turned feet

       A FRENCH WALNUT TAPESTRY FRAME - having raised, carved &
       moulded scrolling decoration with a pierced border, enclosing a 19th
1254   century beaded tapestry of an old man plucking a harp within a gothic        500 - 1 500
       arch & embellished with fruit flower & leaf decoration (Damage & losses
       evident) (112 x 93cm)

       A PAIR OF CONTINENTAL WALNUT & VENEER PEDESTALS - each
       having a rectangular top with moulded edge, above 3 short drawers &
1255                                                                                600 - 1 000
       featuring drop handles, with burr walnut veneer, on a conforming base,
       on turned feet (64.5 x 54 x 32cm)

       AN AMERICAN OAKWOOD ROLL-TOP DESK - the rectangular
       shaped top with rounded edge above a slat panel roll-top, opening to
       reveal an arrangement of pigeon holes, drawers, a pen trough & stamp
       drawers, on a conforming top over a pair of pedestals with pull out slides
1256                                                                                4 000 - 8 000
       - the one having 4 short drawers, the other with 2 & lower secret
       compartment, each flanked by fluted pilaster columns & a central long
       drawer all with moulded & shaped cup handles, on a plinth base (The
       roll stamped: 1814 - lock plate deficient) (124.5 x 128 x 81cm)

       A 1930'S SUSPENDED LIGHT FITTING - having 3 walnut veneer
       arms with a central hexagonal column support & nickel-plate arms with
1257                                                                                 500 - 800
       original opaque marbled glass shades (Fitted for electricity)
       (Height: 64.5cm)

       A CHINESE ROSEWOOD HAND CARVED FIGURE GROUP TABLE
       LAMP - of a seated reading seer, beside a tiger & a lotus flower lamp
1258   support, set on a conforming raised, carved & pierced naturalistic base      600 - 1 000
       (Fitted for electricity) (Some damages & loses evident)
       (Total height: 34.5cm)

       A MASTERTONE BABYGRAM - the black lacquered cabinet having
       painted & gilded "Japonesque" scenes, the hinged bow-front lid opening
1259   to reveal a 20cm turntable with swan neck pick-up, sound box, needle &       1 000 - 3 000
       record recess, over a pair of curved doors enclosing a fretted grille &
       speaker box, on turned feet (43.5 x 43.5 x 33 5cm)




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       A VICTORIAN WALNUT & VENEER LADIES JEWELLERY CHEST -
       the casket shaped body with domed hinged rectangular lid, having burr
       walnut veneer with oval brass cartouche & escutcheon, opening to reveal
1260                                                                                 500 - 1 500
       a lined & fitted interior with divisions, compartments & removable tray,
       all above a lower secret drawer & moulded plinth base (With key) (Some
       damage & loses evident) (19 x 32 x 24cm)

       A VICTORIAN WALNUT FOLDING BOOK RACK - the rectangular
       shaped body with raised & moulded plinth base flanked by a pair of
       sliding, adjustable, hinged & fretted arched book-ends, each having
1261   applied & encised thread pattern gilt metal strap-work & central              2 000 - 4 000
       cartouche with stud, ivory panel & floret embellishment, with further
       raised cast & pierced scroll & flower decoration (Some repairs & losses
       evident) (18 x 37 x 15cm)
       A VICTORIAN OAKWOOD GENTLEMAN'S SMOKING COMPANION
       - the rectangular shaped body with hinged lid & a moulded edge,
       featuring fretted brass spandrels with a central cartouche, opening to
       reveal 3 divisions, all above a lower revolving panel fitted with a Doulton
1262                                                                                 1 000 - 2 000
       Lambeth tobacco jar with cover & 4 assorted pipes, further embellished
       with brass escutcheon, spandrels, cartouche & carrying handles, on a
       conforming plinth base (Some damage & losses evident) (26.5 x 34.5 x
       19cm)
       A VICTORIAN COLONIAL ROSEWOOD VENEER & TEAKWOOD
       LINED PORTABLE WRITING DESK - the rectangular body with
       hinged lid having brass corners, strap-work cartouche plate, escutcheon
1263                                                                                 1 000 - 3 000
       & inset carrying handles, opening to reveal a baize lined skiver with
       fitted compartments, recesses & lower secret drawer (With key) (Some
       damage evident) (Closed: 21 x 51 x 28cm)

       3 X ITALIAN HAND-COLOURED ENGRAVINGS - 18TH CENTURY
       "ARMORINI AT PLAY", AFTER G.B. CIPRIANI & ENGRAVED BY F.
1264                                                                                  500 - 800
       BARTOLOZZI (Condition report: time staining, creasing & holes)
       (Largest: 41.5 x 28.5cm)

       A 1930'S OAKWOOD & PLY MANTLE CLOCK- MAKER: GARRARD -
       the hinged glazed circular door with silvered chapter-ring featuring
1265                                                                                  400 - 800
       Egyptian numerals, chiming on the quarter & the half & striking on the
       hour (With winder) (Height: 21.5cm)

       A GERMAN MAHOGANY & VENEER BRACKET WALL CLOCK - the
       outset moulded pediment above a pair of turned pilaster supports,
1266   enclosing an arched glazed panel door with pressed metal & enamel dial,       1 000 - 2 000
       featuring Roman numerals, the Gustav Becker movement chiming on a
       half & striking on the hour (With pendulum & winder) (Length: 72cm)




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       A NAPOLEON III ROCOCO STYLE 3 PIECE GARNITURE DE
       CHEMINIERE CLOCK SET - the bronze Empire style case having
       raised, cast & encised scrolling leaf, flower, swag & harpie-masque
       decoration, the circular glazed & hinged door enclosing an enamel
       painted dial with Roman numerals, inscribed E. Lafon - Perigueux,
1267   further flanked by foliage decoration, on cast leafy-paw feet, set on a      6 000 - 10 000
       conforming plinth base & flanked by armorini terminals & harpie-
       masques, on leaf-scroll supports, on a lobed & stepped base with
       beaded mount, PLUS a pair of matching 5 light candelabra - on beaded
       toupie feet (With pendulum & winder) (Some damage & loses evident)
       (Tallest: 59.5cm)

       A GERMAN "JUGENDSTIHL" LONGCASE CLOCK - the oakwood case
       having with an arched & moulded pediment, surmounted by a fretted
       gallery crest with turret-ball finials, over a rectangular shaped & glazed
       door featuring an applied brass geometric fret panel, enclosing a brass
1268   face & enamel dial with Egyptian numerals, the Hamburg Amerikanishe          6 000 - 10 000
       Uhrenfabrik movement, chiming on the & striking on the hour, set on a
       lower cabinet with simple raised carved & moulded floral design on the
       door, on a bracket foot-base (With pendulum & weights)
       (Height: 214cm)

       A SMALL DUTCH COPPER WARMING PAN - the ball shaped body
1269   with domed brass lid having raised & pierced decoration & turned               200 - 400
       mahogany handle (Length: 72cm)

       VICTORIAN BRASS BEDWARMER - the basin shaped body with
1270   domed & pierced lid having cast & incised flower & scrolling leaf              400 - 800
       decoration, with turned tapered walnut handle (Length: 106.5cm)

        A PAIR OF VICTORIAN BRASS FIRE DOGS - each with turned knop
1271   finial & gallery support on shaped cast feet, PLUS a shovel & a pair of        400 - 800
       tongs with acorn finials

       A VICTORIAN BRASS FIRE SURROUND - having a pierced trellis
1272   pattern guard, on turned feet, PLUS a shaped brass & black metal              600 - 1 000
       cinder tray (Length: 88cm)

       A GERMAN ZSCHOCKL-RIUMPH BOTTERMASCHINE - the oakwood
1273   barrel shaped body with oval finialled lid, having slat panels with banded     400 - 800
       strap-work carrying handles & mechanical crank (Height: 46cm)


          CAPE & SOUTH AFRICAN FURNITURE & EMBELLISHMENTS


LOT                                DESCRIPTION                                       ESTIMATE


       A CAPE REGENCY YELLOWOOD & STINKWOOD SIDE TABLE - the
1275   rectangular shaped top above a later central drawer with turned knop          800 - 1 200
       handle, on turned & tapered legs (70 x 86.5 x 44cm)




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       A CAPE YELLOWWOOD RUSBANK OF SIMPLE FORM - the
       rectangular shaped top-rail & conforming back-rail with square post back
1276   splats, between shaped & tapered post supports, conforming plank arms        200 - 400
       on notched square supports with riempie strung seat, on square tapered
       & chamfered legs (Length: 162cm)

       A CAPE PINEWOOD "MERRIEWEATHER' KIST - the rectangular
1277   shaped & hinged top on dovetail sides, front & back panel (36 x 100.5 x      400 - 800
       39cm)

       A RUSTIC CAPE YELLOWOOD "HOEKKAS" - 19TH CENTURY - the
       gabled pediment above a moulded frieze & pilaster sides, over a pair of
1278   rectangular shaped doors having inset & glazed panels enclosing 3 fitted   4 000 - 8 000
       shelves with grooved fronts, on a conforming bracket foot base (Some
       damage to glazing) (201 x 122.5 x 61cm)

       A RUSTIC CAPE STINKWOOD FOUR SEAT RIEMPIE BENCH - the
       rectangular plank shaped top-rail above lozenge-fret back panels & a
1279   conforming mid-rail, between tapered shaped supports with down-            1 000 - 2 000
       curved arms & riempie seats, on square tapered legs with side rails
       (Length: 175 cm)

       A CAPE STINKWOOD TWIN SEAT BENCH - the rectangular shaped
1280   top with moulded edge having a pair of caned seats, on a serpentine         600 - 1 000
       frame, on curved legs on claw & ball feet (Length: 89.5cm)

       A CAPE STINKWOOD 3 PIECE "MALAN" STYLE LOUNGE SUITE -
       comprising: a 3 seater couch with a pair of matching armchairs, each
1281   gabled top-rail above blind back-splats & bobbin turned supports with      5 000 - 8 000
       conforming mid-rail & plank shaped arms, with riempie seat & lower
       linen-fold apron, on claw & ball feet

       A CAPE STINKWOOD TRANSITIONAL NEO-CLASSIC SIDE CHAIR
       - the curved & grooved top-rail above tapered out-curved & grooved
1282                                                                                500 - 800
       post supports, twin back-rail & riempie strung seat, on square tapered
       legs united by an H stretcher

       A NORTHERN TRANSVAAL "JAMES SMITH" KIAAT RUSBANK -
       the gabled top-rail above 12 lozenge shaped splats with lower mid-rail
       between shaped & tapered out-curved post supports, a pair of out-scroll
1283                                                                              6 000 - 10 000
       panel arms & riempie strung seat on square tapered & chamfered legs
       with box stretcher rail, the bench naively embellished with Smith's
       signature roundel decoration (Length: 217.5cm)

       A PAIR OF CAPE STINKWOOD "SANDVELD" STYLE REGENCY
       SIDE CHAIRS - each curved top-rail & mid-rail between out-curved
1284   tapered & shaped post supports, "bokhaar-riem" strung seat with             800 - 1 200
       grooved rails, on square tapered legs united by conforming side & front
       stretchers (Some restoration & replacements evident)




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       A CAPE YELLOWOOD WASTAFEL - the three-quarter gabled gallery
1285   set on a rectangular shaped top, on turned ring-turned & tapered            1 500 - 3 000
       stinkwood legs (85 x 91 x 58cm)

       A CAPE PINEWOOD OPEN KOSKAS FROM THE JAMESTOWN
       DISTRICT - the gabled pediment with a naïve galleried top-rail having
       raised, carved & grooved decoration above 2 open plate racks & lower
       panel back, between plank shaped & grooved supports, set on
1286   rectangular 2 plank top, over a pair of short drawers with turned knop      3 000 - 6 000
       handles & lower 2 door cupboard enclosing a fitted shelf, on a
       conforming plinth base, the doors, drawer fronts & supports naively
       decorated & picked-out stylised floral & geometric motifs
       (203 x 99.5 x 39.5 cm)

       A CAPE STINKWOOD CANDLE STAND - the circular dished top set
1287   on a turned column support ,on a conforming disk base, on turned feet         300 - 600
       (Height: 76cm)

       AN ANGLO-CAPE STINKWOOD LIBRARY ARMCHAIR - the curved
       & floral pattern upholstered top rail with buttoned back having raised
       carved & fretted slat panels & floral boss decoration with spindle
1288                                                                               2 000 - 4 000
       supports, enclosed by tapered & grooved post supports with shaped &
       curved arms with upholstered pads & buoyant seat on further turned
       supports, on turned & tapered legs, on casters

       AN ANGLO-CAPE STYLE 3 PIECE STINKWOOD SALON SUITE -
       the sofa having a gabled top-rail with diamond button floral tapestry
       upholstered back, sides, buoyant seat & arms having out-scroll moulded
1289                                                                               6 000 - 10 000
       terminals, supports & conforming seat rail, on turned legs, plus 2 x
       matching tub shaped open armchairs on turned legs - one on casters
       (With 2 bolster cushions)

       A CAPE YELLOWOOD KOSKAS CIRCA 1900 HAVING TYPICAL
       "VOLKKUNS" DECORATION - the gabled & turreted pediment having
       fretted decoration, above an open plate rack with a conforming back-rail,
1290   featuring fretted & applied decoration, between plank shaped supports,      2 000 - 4 000
       set on a rectangular top over a pair of adzed panel doors with turned
       knop handles & fretted closer, enclosing a fitted shelf, on a plinth
       bracket foot base (187 x 101.5 x 137.5cm)

       A CAPE REGENCY STINKWOOD 4 DIVISION RIEMPIE BENCH -
       the rectangular plank top-rail above a spindle-turned gallery back &
1291   conforming lower rail between out-curved tapered post supports &            3 000 - 6 000
       shaped arms with riempie seats, on baluster turned supports, on turned
       tapered legs (Length: 183cm)

       A CAPE STINKWOOD TORCHIERE - the circular top with raised edge
1292   set on a turned barley-sugar twist support, on a tripod out-swept leg       1 000 - 2 000
       base (Height: 136cm)




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       A CAPE STINKWOOD TRANSITIONAL REGENCY SIDE CHAIR -
       the curved top-rail above a fluted bowtie back-rail, between out-curved
1293                                                                                   300 - 600
       & grooved tapered post supports, with riempie seat on square tapered
       legs, united by an H frame stretcher (Repairs evident)

        A CAPE STINKWOOD LADIES DESK OF NEAT PROPORTIONS -
       the rectangular shaped top with moulded & chamfered edge, above a
1294                                                                                 1 000 - 3 000
       pair of graduated 3 drawer pedestals with conforming inset panel sides,
       on curved legs, on shaped feet (For restoration) (76 x 124.5 x 62.5cm)

       A CAPE PINEWOOD NEGOSIEKIS - the hinged 2 plank top on a
1295   dovetailed front, sides & back panel, with metal strap corners, hasp,          800 - 1 200
       staple & carrying handles (43.5 x 96 x 44.5cm)

       A CAPE-DUTCH STYLE TEAKWOOD & YELLOWOOD CHEVAL
       MIRROR - the gabled swing-mirror suspended between fluted finial &
       candy-twist turned & tapered supports, on a rectangular shaped top with
1296   moulded edge & canted corners, over a pair of linen-fold door fronts with     5 000 - 8 000
       gilt metal floral decorated drop handles & flanked by scrolling corbels, on
       heavy lion paw on ball feet (Restoration & replacements evident)
       (176 x 90 x 49.5cm)

       A CAPE STINKWOOD ELBOW CHAIR - the yoke shaped top-rail
       above a slender vase shaped back-splat & tapered curved supports, with
1297                                                                                  800 - 1 500
       curved arms & drop-in riempie seat, on slender curved legs united by a
       turned pole "H" stretcher

       A CAPE YELLOWOOD & STINKWOOD DINING TABLE - the
1298   rectangular shaped top with rounded corners, rebated & moulded edge,          6 000 - 10 000
       on turned ring-turned & tapered legs (203 x 102cm)

       A MANNBORG TRAVELLING HARMONIUM - RETAILED BY: SOLE
       AGENTS R MULLER (PTY) LTD CAPE TOWN - the satin walnut case
1299   with hinged rectangular lid, opening to reveal an ebony & ivory                500 - 1 500
       keyboard, flanked by cast metal cup shaped carrying handles
       (48.5 x 77 x 25cm)

                                  CARPETS & RUGS


LOT                                 DESCRIPTION                                       ESTIMATE

       A TEGHAN AFGAN CARPET - having 3 rows of elephant guls
       embellished with classic leaf & key motifs & Ersari secondary guls, on
1300                                                                                 4 000 - 8 000
       muted earth & flame colour fields, with one principal guard stripe
       (Repairs evident) (320 x 258cm)

       AN OCATAGONAL NAIN PART SILK CARPET - the central flower
       medallion enclosed by all over floral tracery pattern on a cream field, in
1301                                                                                 2 000 - 4 000
       colours of: indigo, burgundy, taupe, eau de nil, beige & coffee, enclosed
       by conforming principal border (200 x 200cm)




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       A PRE-WAR SHIRAZ RUG - with triple elongated central gul (Wear
1302                                                                                300 - 600
       evident) (142 X 113cm)

       A "KHAN MOHAMMEDI" AFGHAN RUG - with stylized floral pattern
1303                                                                              2 000 - 4 000
       (197 x 123cm)

       AN ARDEBIL RUG - with "Star of Mohamed" & gul decoration (Wear &
1304                                                                               600 - 1 000
       fading evident) (220 x 132cm)

       A SINKIANG HEARTH RUG - with stylized "Samarkand" pattern (199 x
1305                                                                               600 - 1 000
       118cm)

1306   A SHIRAZ RUG - with central medallion (Wear evident) (145 x 111cm)           300 - 600

       A TAIMANI BELOUCH RUG - having stylized geometric guls (Wear
1307                                                                               800 - 1 200
       evident) (218 x 128cm)

1308   A CHOBI AFGHAN DINING ROOM CARPET - (296 X 241.5CM)                        5 000 - 8 000


       A LURIBAF (GABBEH) SALON CARPET - stylized tribal floral
1309   decorated lozenge gulls on a terracotta field, enclosed by one principle   8 000 - 12 000
       border (301 x 216cm)




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The following expressions            “Studio of ..”/”Workshop of “After …”
with their accompanying              …”                             In our opinion a copy of a work
explanations are used by             In our opinion a work executed of the artist and of any date
Bernardi Auctioneers as              in the studio or workshop of
standard cataloguing practice.       the artist, possibly under his
Our use of these expressions         supervision, circa or of later
does not take into account the       date
condition of the lot or of the
extent of any restoration.


Buyers are recommended to            “Circle of …”                    “Signed …”/”Dated
inspect the property                 In our opinion a work of the     …”/”Inscribed …”
themselves. Written condition        period of the artist and         In our opinion the work has been
reports are usually available on     showing his influence            signed/dated/inscribed by the
request before the auction sale.                                      artist.



Name or names of Artist(s)           “Follower of …”                  “Bears …/with signature
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an Artist without any                in the artist's style but not    …”/”Bears …/with inscription
Qualification.                       necessarily by a pupil.          …”
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artists.                                                              signature/date/inscription appears
                                                                      to be by a hand other than that of
                                                                      the artist and possibly of later
                                                                      date


"Attributed to…"
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