Collectors Items, including Great War Crested China & Period Costume | 26 February 2013
Model of Clip of Bullets by Arcadian China, Rd.
Sold for £190
Model of Clip of Bullets by Arcadian China, Rd.No. 657648, (St. Combs), 57mm high.
Model of Hand Grenade by Arcadian China, marked 'Porcelaine Arcadienne, Importe D Angleterre' so believed to have been made for the export market to France, (Boulogne-Sur-Mer), 62mm high.
Model of Shell by W.H. Goss, inscribed 'Model of British 6in Inciendiary Shell', (Lord Malmesbury, Lord Of The Manor Of Southbourne), 112mm high.
Model of Shell unmarked, (Reigate), 113mm high.
Model of Cannon Shell by Carlton China, (La Bassee), 75mm high.
Model of British Aerial Bomb by Arcadian China, Rd.No. 657694, (Worthing), 76mm high.
See Robert Southall, Take Me Back To Dear Old Blighty (The First World War through the eyes of the Heraldic China Manufacturers) Milestone Publications, 1982, p.61.
Model of Puzzle Jug by The Duchess China, with semi-coloured transfer print of the S.S. "Ortega", 70mm high.
Model of Twin Handled Vase unmarked, with black and white transfer print of H.M.S. Torpedo Boat 33, 80mm high.
Model of Twin Handled Vase unmarked, with cream embossed crest (Royal Engineers), 80mm high. (9)
Unmarked Royal Engineers Vase - Firing crack behind right handle. Clip Of Bullets - Some manufacturers flaws. HMS Torpedo Boat Vase - Small chip / flaw to base rim. Some wear to gilding. Reigate Shell - Small burst bubble / flaw. British Aerial Bomb - Some small chips to the top rim. Puzzle Jug - Some light wear to gilding on rim.
Tuesday 26 February 2013, 10.00am
Bristol Auction Rooms
St. John's Place
23rd February 9.30am – 1.00pm
25th February 9.30am - 6.00pm
Morning of sale from 9.00am