The Sporting and Country Life Sale | 13 December 2016

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

Sold for £5000

Est: £3500–5000

id=1401646,sku=473337-3,num=1,auc=13995,aucid=3334

Harry Hall (1812-1888)

The Pretender, with John Osborne up

Oil on canvas Signed and dated 1869 , lower right 71.1 x 91.4cm Provenance

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

Sold for £3000

Est: £2500–3500

id=1401658,sku=473337-4,num=2,auc=13995,aucid=3334

Harry Hall (1812–1888)

The hunter Satterly in a stable

Oil on canvas Signed and dated Newmarket 1848 , lower right 49.5 x 60cm Provenance: with Richard Green, London

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3

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

Sold for £420

Est: £300–500

id=1401717,sku=473679-1,num=3,auc=13995,aucid=3334

Charles Johnson Payne (Snaffles) (1884-1967)

The Grand National, Canal Turn

Reproduction printed in colours, with hand coloured remarque Signed and dated 1926 within the plate, signed in pencil

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4

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

Unsold

Est: £800–1200

id=1401659,sku=473677-8,num=4,auc=13995,aucid=3334

A Victorian silver and enamelled racing vesta case by Thomas Johnson II, London 1886 Rectangular form

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5

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

Sold for £2000

Est: £1500–2000

id=1401696,sku=473537-12,num=5,auc=13995,aucid=3334

Six mounted, winners horseshoes 1880

Horseshoes (plates) worn by the winning horses of the 1880 season,

Six mounted commemerative horse shoes worn by the winning horses of the 1880 season, Bendor , St James Palace Stakes

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6

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

Unsold

Est: £1000–1500

id=1401685,sku=473581-40,num=6,auc=13995,aucid=3334

After Henry Alken (1785-1851)

A group of 18 plates for The National Sports of Great Britain

Including Sporting Meeting in the Highlands, Hawking, Coursing, Hackney, The Hunter, Cock Fighting

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7

A pair of Continental silver fighting cocks With post 1953 835

Unsold

Est: £1800–2000

id=1401744,sku=473677-18,num=7,auc=13995,aucid=3334

A pair of Continental silver fighting cocks With post 1953 835. standard Dutch import marks Realistically modelled

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8

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

Sold for £400

Est: £300–500

id=1401642,sku=473457-3,num=8,auc=13995,aucid=3334

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

The first in a mahogany case comprising eight spurs, white-metal, no maker's mark

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9

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

Unsold

Est: £400–600

id=1401693,sku=473752-9,num=9,auc=13995,aucid=3334

Henry Macbeth-Raeburn A.R.A. (1860-1947)

The Cock of the North, 5th V Duke of Gordon

Mezzotint printed in colours, after George Sanders Signed in pencil

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10

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

Unsold

Est: £300–500

id=1401730,sku=473752-8,num=10,auc=13995,aucid=3334

S. Lipschitz (19th century)

The English Gamekeeper; The Scotch Gamekeeper

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

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11

After Peter Graham (1836-1921) - Highland cattle

Sold for £200

Est: £300–400

id=1401780,sku=473752-16,num=11,auc=13995,aucid=3334

After Peter Graham (1836-1921)

Highland cattle

Hand coloured engraving circa. 1891 Published 15 March 1893 by Thomas Agnew & Sons

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12

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

Unsold

Est: £800–1200

id=1401783,sku=473677-4,num=12,auc=13995,aucid=3334

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

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13

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

Sold for £2200

Est: £1200–1800

id=1401773,sku=473535-2,num=13,auc=13995,aucid=3334

Paul Jones (act. 1855-1888)

Young Scottish gamekeeper; and Young English gamekeeper

A pair Oil on canvas Each Signed and dated 1869 , lower left and right respectively Each 20.5 x 31cm

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14

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

Sold for £1400

Est: £800–1200

id=1401718,sku=473535-1,num=14,auc=13995,aucid=3334

Paul Jones (act. 1855-1888)

A young gamekeeper with his horse and dogs in a Highland Landscape

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

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

Unsold

Est: £6000–8000

id=1401799,sku=473537-3,num=15,auc=13995,aucid=3334

Peter Biegel (1913-1988)

The Ashford Valley Hunt

Oil on canvas Signed, lower right 50.8 x 61cm The hunt was formed in 1873 from the combination of four private...

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

Unsold

Est: £3500–5000

id=1401767,sku=473722-1,num=16,auc=13995,aucid=3334

Attributed to Henry Alken (1785-1851)

A set of six hunting escapades

The Meet; Filling the fox holes; The scent crossing the brook; Full cry; The kill; The Supper

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17

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

Sold for £260

Est: £200–300

id=1401713,sku=473457-2,num=17,auc=13995,aucid=3334

Hunting Register for The Craven Hunt, c.1922-1931 Red leather bound journal with gilt tooling 20 x 26cm Hunting...

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18

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

Unsold

Est: £400–600

id=1401777,sku=473752-6,num=18,auc=13995,aucid=3334

After Benjamin Marshall (1767-1835)

Francis Duckenfield Astley Esq. and his Harriers

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

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19

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

Sold for £500

Est: £500–700

id=1401788,sku=473752-18,num=19,auc=13995,aucid=3334

After Henry Calvert (1798-1869)

The Cheshire Hunt

Hand coloured engraving by Charles George Lewis First class proof before title Published by Thomas Agnew & Sons

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

Unsold

Est: £1200–1800

id=1401697,sku=473752-20,num=20,auc=13995,aucid=3334

After John Frederick Herring Sr. (1795-1865)

The Meet, Full Cry, The Find, The Death

Hand-coloured aquatints by T.W. Huffam Published 1st November 1846 by Bailey Brothers, London Each 62 x 80cm Unframed

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