Sale: LMAR21

Mar 30 2021 9:30 - Lewes North Street

Gorringe's Fine Sale

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Lot 1

A 1960s autograph album of musicians signatures including all four Beatles, Roy Orbison, Searchers etc. 10.5 x 12cm

Estimate: £1500  - 2000

Sold for £3,000

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Lot 2

A 1960s album of rock musicians autographs including two sets of The Rolling Stones (includes Brian Jones), Johnny Kidd, c.1963-65

Estimate: £700  - 900

Sold for £2,400

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Lot 3

A 1960s album of rock and pop musicians autographs, signed by The Who, The Hollies etc. 2.5 x 16.5cm

Estimate: £500  - 700

Sold for £1,200

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Lot 4

A group of Egyptian stone and turquoise glazed faience amulets, beads and fragments, late Kingdom to Roman period, Provenance - A. T. A

Estimate: £300  - 500

Sold for £1,400

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Lot 5

An Ancient Assyrian fragment of a cuneiform alabaster slab, probably 9th century BC from Kouyunjik (Nineveh) and two clay cuneiform tab

Estimate: £300  - 500

Sold for £2,000

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Lot 6

Two Egyptian bronze statuettes of Osiris and a sculpted limestone figure fragment, Ptolemaic period, Provenance - A. T. Arber-Cooke

Estimate: £300  - 500

Sold for £380

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Lot 7

Two Egyptian alabaster cosmetic jars, c.1500 BC and Ptolemaic period (305-30 BC), Provenance - A. T. Arber-Cooke

Estimate: £150  - 200

Sold for £220

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Lot 8

A group of Ancient Greek pottery vessels, Attic and Apulia, 4th-5th century BC, Provenance - A. T. Arber-Cooke

Estimate: £300  - 500

Unsold

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Lot 9

A group of Ancient Roman pottery vessels and a bronze statuette of Venus, mostly 1st-4th century AD, Provenance - A. T. Arber-Cooke

Estimate: £300  - 500

Sold for £400

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Lot 10

Five Egyptian turquoise glazed faience shabti and three fragments, New Kingdom to late period, Provenance - A. T. Arber-Cooke

Estimate: £600  - 800

Sold for £2,600

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Lot 11

A group of three Roman glass vessels and Egyptian/Roman glass fragments, Provenance - A. T. Arber-Cooke

Estimate: £300  - 500

Sold for £280

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Lot 12

Book on Roman coins, Charles Patin, Imperatorum Romanorum Numismata Ex Ære Mediæ Et Minimæ Formæ, Paris 1697,

Estimate: £400  - 600

Sold for £340

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Lot 13

A group of English medieval church/priory architectural stonework and tile fragments, some pieces with inscribed labels of provenance,

Estimate: £300  - 500

Sold for £700

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Lot 14

A 19th century painted wood architectural elevation model of Lansdowne House portico, after Robert Adam 17cm high, Provenance - A. T. A

Estimate: £200  - 300

Sold for £2,400

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Lot 15

A Maxwell Hemmens Precision Steam Models agricultural traction engine,

Estimate: £600  - 800

Sold for £1,100

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Lot 16

A Bing clockwork tinplate car, c.1906, length 9.5in. width 5in., with original card box and winding key

Estimate: £1000  - 1500

Sold for £2,800

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Lot 17

A rare late 16th century German oval ivory diptych-dial, width 39mm depth 48mm length 48mm

Estimate: £300  - 500

Sold for £2,000

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Lot 18

An English painted paper and lacquer fan, late 18th century and a 19th century Chinese embroidered silk purse

Estimate: £200  - 300

Unsold

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Lot 19

A Jaques & Son Ltd In Statu Quo bone travelling chess set, in mahogany case, c.1860, 9 x 5.5in.

Estimate: £250  - 350

Sold for £300

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Lot 20

A Jaques & Son Staunton 3 1/2 boxwood and weighted chess set in original golden oak box, c.1910, 8 x 5.75 x 3.5in.

Estimate: £500  - 700

Sold for £1,000

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Lot 21

A Jaques London red and white ivory 3 1/2 Staunton chess set, c.1850, 8.25 x 6 x 4in.

Estimate: £1000  - 1500

Sold for £3,000

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Lot 22

A 19th century Muslim ivory chess set, kings 2in.

Estimate: £400  - 600

Sold for £1,200

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Lot 23

A Jaques London red and white ivory 2¾ Staunton chess set, c.1850, 8.25 x 6 x 4in.

Estimate: £800  - 1200

Sold for £1,300

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Lot 24

A late 17th century military hangar sword, length 34in.

Estimate: £400  - 600

Sold for £360

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Lot 25

A late 18th century brass barrelled flintlock blunderbuss, by Jones, length 30in.

Estimate: £500  - 800

Sold for £2,000

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