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Lot 101

A double-sided painted wooden sign "Obscene Language / and Whistling / Strictly Prohibited" to each side, gilt letters on a black ground. 61cm by 127cm, £100-200
A double-sided painted wooden sign "Obscene Language / and Whistling / Strictly Prohibited" to each side, gilt letters on a black ground. 61cm by 127cm, £100-200

Lot 102

A carved and painted half block salmon (losses), with suspension loop. Length 55cm, £80-120
A carved and painted half block salmon  (losses), with suspension loop.  Length 55cm, £80-120

Lot 103

A painted wooden novelty stationery rack, of two divisions, decorated with monkeys against a black ground. 18cm by 28cm by 9cm, £50-70
A painted wooden novelty stationery rack, of two divisions, decorated with monkeys against a black ground. 18cm by 28cm by 9cm, £50-70

Lot 104

A 19th century bronze corkscrew, of Thomason type, with turned bone handle (lacking brush), the barrel applied with a Royal Coat of Arms. Closed 19cm, £70-90
A 19th century bronze corkscrew, of Thomason type, with turned bone handle (lacking brush), the barrel applied with a Royal Coat of Arms. Closed 19cm, £70-90

Lot 105

A late 19th century iron and metal fish-form weather vane, with pointed sphere terminal. Length 42cm, £60-90
A late 19th century iron and metal fish-form weather vane, with pointed sphere terminal. Length 42cm, £60-90

Lot 106

A French inlaid tortoiseshell necessaire, c. 1880, of shaped rectangular form, the cover inlaid in yellow metal (possibly gold) with an elaborate cartouche, opening to a fitted interior with gilt-metal scissors, thistle, needle case etc. Length 10.5cm, £120-180
A French inlaid tortoiseshell necessaire, c. 1880, of shaped rectangular form, the cover inlaid in yellow metal (possibly gold) with an elaborate cartouche, opening to a fitted interior with gilt-metal scissors, thistle, needle case etc. Length 10.5cm, £120-180

Lot 107

A pair of French gilt-metal and mother-of-pearl mounted telescopic opera glasses, with detachable handle, marked to the eyepieces with retailer, J.H. Steward, London, in a leather and silk pouch. Length including handle 16cm, £100-150
A pair of French gilt-metal and mother-of-pearl mounted telescopic opera glasses, with detachable handle, marked to the eyepieces with retailer, J.H. Steward, London, in a leather and silk pouch. Length including handle 16cm, £100-150

Lot 108

An Aboriginal war boomerang, carved to one side with a sinuous snake-like design. Length 74cm, £120-180
An Aboriginal war boomerang, carved to one side with a sinuous snake-like design. Length 74cm, £120-180

Lot 109

A George V Grant of Arms, on a vellum scroll, with attached wax seal in a gilt-metal case, to Arthur Ebenezer Reid of Glasgow, 1912 by the Lord Lyon King of Arms, in its gilt-tooled red morocco case; together with an associated George VI assignation of arms, on vellum with with three attached wax seals in gilt-metal cases, from the Garter King of Arms to Eleanora Gladys Reid, assigning the arms of Turner, 1949, in its original gilt-tooled red morocco case. (2), £200-300
A George V Grant of Arms, on a vellum scroll, with attached wax seal in a gilt-metal case, to Arthur Ebenezer Reid of Glasgow, 1912 by the Lord Lyon King of Arms, in its gilt-tooled red morocco case; together with an associated George VI assignation of arms, on vellum with with three attached wax seals in gilt-metal cases, from the Garter King of Arms to Eleanora Gladys Reid, assigning the arms of Turner, 1949, in its original gilt-tooled red morocco case. (2), £200-300

Lot 110

A World War I trench art artillery shell casing overlaid in copper with Islamic decoration and calligraphy. 36cm, £50-70
A World War I trench art artillery shell casing overlaid in copper with Islamic decoration and calligraphy. 36cm, £50-70

Lot 111

Scottish banknotes: The Royal Bank of Scotland, One Guinea, dated 4th Nov. 1826 and stamped "Forged"; together with The British Linen Company, One Pound, dated 2nd Nov. 1876, stamped "Forged", the first framed in card, the second stuck down on card. (2) First 12.5cm by 14.5cm, £80-120
Scottish banknotes: The Royal Bank of Scotland, One Guinea, dated 4th Nov. 1826 and stamped "Forged"; together with The British Linen Company, One Pound, dated 2nd Nov. 1876, stamped "Forged", the first framed in card, the second stuck down on card. (2) First 12.5cm by 14.5cm, £80-120

Lot 112

A Royal Mint 1995 gold proof Two Pounds coin, cased with certificate no. 1492. , £500-700
A Royal Mint 1995 gold proof Two Pounds coin, cased with certificate no. 1492. , £500-700

Lot 113

A United Kingdom 2002 gold proof sovereign, cased with certificat no. 07062, £300-500
A United Kingdom 2002 gold proof sovereign, cased with certificat no. 07062, £300-500

Lot 114

Hume, David, "Commentaries on the Law of Scotland....", published in two volumes, printed for Bell & Bradfute, Edinburgh 1797, 4vo, 2 volumes in contemporary calf. , £80-120
Hume, David, "Commentaries on the Law of Scotland....", published in two volumes, printed for Bell & Bradfute, Edinburgh 1797, 4vo, 2 volumes in contemporary calf. , £80-120

Lot 115

Katharine (Kate) Cameron R.S.W., R.E. (Scottish, 1874-1965), The Kingdom of Fife, etching, signed in pencil lower left, Calton Gallery Edinburgh exhibition label verso, dated December 1983, framed. Plate 10cm by 22.5cm NOTE: this lot may be subject to Artist's Resale Right, £70-90
Katharine (Kate) Cameron R.S.W., R.E. (Scottish, 1874-1965), The Kingdom of Fife, etching, signed in pencil lower left, Calton Gallery Edinburgh exhibition label verso, dated December 1983, framed. Plate 10cm by 22.5cm NOTE: this lot may be subject to Artist

Lot 116

John Clerk of Eldin (Scottish, 1728-1812), "The hill of Arthur's Seat and Town of Edinburgh from Loch End", etching, monogrammed and dated 1774 in the plate, framed. Plate 146mm by 380mm. Note: Clerk was a prominent Scottish Enlightenment amateur artist. He was the brother-in-law of Robert Adam and his wealth afforded him the opportunity to travel around Scotland drawing and was successfully encouraged to take up etching by Paul Sandby. Another example of the subject etching was used as the cover illustration for Bertram, Geoffrey, "The Etchings of John Clerk of Eldin" pub. 2012, £200-300
John Clerk of Eldin (Scottish, 1728-1812), "The hill of Arthur

Lot 117

From Speculum Romanae Maginficentiae (The Mirror of Roman Magnificence), The Colum of Dilius and Obelisque Fountain, published by Antonio Lafreri, Rome 1575, engraving, framed. Plate c. 46cm by 31cm, £100-150
From Speculum Romanae Maginficentiae (The Mirror of Roman Magnificence), The Colum of Dilius and Obelisque Fountain, published by Antonio Lafreri, Rome 1575, engraving, framed. Plate c. 46cm by 31cm, £100-150

Lot 118

"Dorward Caps" a 1920's/30's advertising lithograph, printed by George Waterston & Sons Ltd, Edinburgh, framed. 36.5cm by 56.5cm, £70-90
"Dorward Caps" a 1920

Lot 119

John Clerk of Eldin (Scottish, 1728-1812), "Leith from the West", etching c. 1775, framed. Plate c. 85mm by 255mm, £80-120
John Clerk of Eldin (Scottish, 1728-1812), "Leith from the West", etching c. 1775, framed. Plate c. 85mm by 255mm, £80-120

Lot 120

After Cathinca Amyot, "Tit-Bits" an advertising chromo-lithograph for Pears' Soap, framed. Image 63cm by 44cm, £80-120
After Cathinca Amyot, "Tit-Bits" an advertising chromo-lithograph for Pears

Lot 121

Paul Furneaux R.S.A. (Scottish, b. 1962), Tree Vision, silk screen, signed and titled in pencil, ed. 4/5, framed. 27cm by 24.5cm NOTE: this lot may be subject to Artist's Resale Right, £120-180
Paul Furneaux R.S.A. (Scottish, b. 1962), Tree Vision, silk screen, signed and titled in pencil, ed. 4/5, framed. 27cm by 24.5cm NOTE: this lot may be subject to Artist

Lot 122

Graham Clarke (British, Contemporary), "Nethercott", etching and aquating, signed and inscribed in pencil, ed. 181/300, framed, with Morpurgo, Michael "Miss Wirtles Revenge" (containing illustration of the subject lot), certificate of authenticity and Christie's Contemporary Art certificate (4). 54cm by 68cm NOTE: this lot may be subject to Artist's Resale Right, £100-150
Graham Clarke (British, Contemporary), "Nethercott", etching and aquating, signed and inscribed in pencil, ed. 181/300, framed, with Morpurgo, Michael "Miss Wirtles Revenge" (containing illustration of the subject lot), certificate of authenticity and Christie

Lot 123

After Giacomo Gastaldi "Schonladia Nova", an engraved map of the Baltic, Scandinavia and Iceland, pub. Venice 1548, with hand colouring, framed. Plate c. 13.3cm by 17cm. Note: Gastaldi is considered one of the most important Italian mapmakers of the 16th century. This map probably formed part of Ptolemy's Geographia, one of the first pocket-sized editions. , £200-300
After Giacomo Gastaldi "Schonladia Nova", an engraved map of the Baltic, Scandinavia and Iceland, pub. Venice 1548, with hand colouring, framed. Plate c. 13.3cm by 17cm. Note: Gastaldi is considered one of the most important Italian mapmakers of the 16th century. This map probably formed part of Ptolemy

Lot 124

An early 19th century needlework sampler, worked in polychrome threads with alphabet, urns of flowers, peacocks and a Regency Gothick building, further worked with a religious motto, in a rosewood frame. 40cm by 42cm, £250-350
An early 19th century needlework sampler, worked in polychrome threads with alphabet, urns of flowers, peacocks and a Regency Gothick building, further worked with a religious motto, in a rosewood frame. 40cm by 42cm, £250-350

Lot 125

John Burton (British, fl. c. 1950/60), "Clouds and Shadows, Whitby", signed lower left, oil on board, with label verso. 59cm by 70cm, £120-180
John Burton (British, fl. c. 1950/60), "Clouds and Shadows, Whitby", signed lower left, oil on board, with label verso. 59cm by 70cm, £120-180

Lot 126

James McNaught (Scottish, Contemporary), "The Cuillin from Ord, Skye", signed lower right, watercolour, framed. 20.5cm by 32.5cm, £50-70
James McNaught (Scottish, Contemporary), "The Cuillin from Ord, Skye", signed lower right, watercolour, framed. 20.5cm by 32.5cm, £50-70

Lot 127

Italian School, 19th Century, A View of the Grand Canal, Venice, watercolour on ivory panel, signed lower left "A. Canletto" (sic), in a gilt-metal frame. 10cm by 13.75cm, £200-300
Italian School, 19th Century, A View of the Grand Canal, Venice, watercolour on ivory panel, signed lower left "A. Canletto" (sic), in a gilt-metal frame. 10cm by 13.75cm, £200-300

Lot 128

Edward Duncan R.W.S. (1803-1882), "Staffa", signed with a monogram lower right, watercolour, McEwan Gallery, Ballater label verso, framed. 6cm by 17cm, £80-120
Edward Duncan R.W.S. (1803-1882), "Staffa", signed with a monogram lower right, watercolour, McEwan Gallery, Ballater label verso, framed. 6cm by 17cm, £80-120

Lot 129

Yervand Nahapetian (Iranian, 1916-2006), "Isfahan", interior of the Charbargh School, signed lower left, titled and dated 1961, watercolour, framed. 44.5cm by 57.5cm, £2000-3000
Yervand Nahapetian (Iranian, 1916-2006), "Isfahan", interior of the Charbargh School, signed lower left, titled and dated 1961, watercolour, framed. 44.5cm by 57.5cm, £2000-3000

Lot 130

George Melvin Rennie (Scottish, 1874-1953), A Highland Burn, signed, oil on canvas, framed. 39.5cm by 60cm NOTE: this lot may be subject to Artist's Resale Righ, £150-250
George Melvin Rennie (Scottish, 1874-1953), A Highland Burn, signed, oil on canvas, framed. 39.5cm by 60cm NOTE: this lot may be subject to Artist

Lot 131

Alexander Goudie R.P, R.G.I. (Scottish, 1933-2004), A French Ploughman, signed pencil lower right, pen on paper, framed. 21.5cm by 55cm Note: drawn on two sheets of paper - another drawing of what appears to be a cityscape can be seen on the reverse of the sheets. NOTE: may be subject to Artist's Resale Right, £300-500
Alexander Goudie R.P, R.G.I. (Scottish, 1933-2004), A French Ploughman, signed pencil lower right, pen on paper, framed. 21.5cm by 55cm Note: drawn on two sheets of paper - another drawing of what appears to be a cityscape can be seen on the reverse of the sheets. NOTE: may be subject to Artist

Lot 132

English School, 19th century, a portrait miniature of Pope Pius VII (reigned 1800-1823), portrayed seated in contemplative prayer, watercolour en grisaille, oval, unframed, with a card (from the original backing to the frame) inscribed "Pius the 7th / Pope......died at Rome / painted by my Dear Eliza / the last drawing she made". 8.5cm by 7.5cm, £80-120
English School, 19th century, a portrait miniature of Pope Pius VII (reigned 1800-1823), portrayed seated in contemplative prayer, watercolour en grisaille, oval, unframed, with a card (from the original backing to the frame) inscribed "Pius the 7th / Pope......died at Rome / painted by my Dear Eliza / the last drawing she made". 8.5cm by 7.5cm, £80-120

Lot 133

A set of four 19th century painted paper panels of pendant fruit, each in a distressed cream-painted frame. Each 86cm by 19.5cm (4), £100-150
A set of four 19th century painted paper panels of pendant fruit, each in a distressed cream-painted frame. Each 86cm by 19.5cm (4), £100-150

Lot 134

British School, early 20th century, Study of a Man in a Bowler Hat, unsigned, oil on board, unframed. 21.5cm by 18cm, £100-150
British School, early 20th century, Study of a Man in a Bowler Hat, unsigned, oil on board, unframed. 21.5cm by 18cm, £100-150

Lot 135

Edmund Thornton Crawford R.S.A. (Scottish 1806-1885) and others, an album of primarily pencil sketches, nines signed by Crawford, others unsigned, various landscape and marine subjects, together with a group of others by various hands and a number of prints, approximately 34 drawings, sizes from c. 7cm by 10cm to c. 14cm by 21cm, album lacking original boards. Album 26cm by 21cm, £300-500
Edmund Thornton Crawford R.S.A. (Scottish 1806-1885) and others, an album of primarily pencil sketches, nines signed by Crawford, others unsigned, various landscape and marine subjects, together with a group of others by various hands and a number of prints, approximately 34 drawings, sizes from c. 7cm by 10cm to c. 14cm by 21cm, album lacking original boards. Album 26cm by 21cm, £300-500

Lot 136

Mughal School, probably 18th century, miniature portrait of a standing warrior, with helmet, shield and horned animal head staff, watercolour on paper with gilt highlights, inscribed lower right and verso, in an embossed parcel-gilt frame. 14.75cm by 9.5cm, £150-250
Mughal School, probably 18th century, miniature portrait of a standing warrior, with helmet, shield and horned animal head staff, watercolour on paper with gilt highlights, inscribed lower right and verso, in an embossed parcel-gilt frame. 14.75cm by 9.5cm, £150-250

Lot 137

Indian School, A Tiger Hunt, 19th century, in the Mughal style, watercolour on paper, framed. 13.5cm by 7.5cm, £60-80
Indian School, A Tiger Hunt, 19th century, in the Mughal style, watercolour on paper, framed. 13.5cm by 7.5cm, £60-80

Lot 138

Early 20th Century School, The Dance, in the Fauve manner, oil on board, unsigned, the obverse with a still life of fruit, indistinctly inscribed lower right, unframed. 25cm by 31.5cm, £80-120
Early 20th Century School, The Dance, in the Fauve manner, oil on board, unsigned, the obverse with a still life of fruit, indistinctly inscribed lower right, unframed. 25cm by 31.5cm, £80-120

Lot 139

John Houston R.S.A., R.S.W., S.S.A. (Scottish, 1930-2008), Garden Under Hills, signed lower left, oil on canvas, Aitken Dott & Son, Scottish Gallery exhibition label verso dated 1968, framed. 24cm by 34cm NOTE: this lot may be subject to Artist's Resale Right, £1000-1500
John Houston R.S.A., R.S.W., S.S.A. (Scottish, 1930-2008), Garden Under Hills, signed lower left, oil on canvas, Aitken Dott & Son, Scottish Gallery exhibition label verso dated 1968, framed. 24cm by 34cm NOTE: this lot may be subject to Artist

Lot 140

William Alfred Gibson (Scottish, 1866-1931), A Flooded River Bank, signed lower left and dated 1890, oil on canvas, framed. 60cm by 90cm, £500-700
William Alfred Gibson (Scottish, 1866-1931), A Flooded River Bank, signed lower left and dated 1890, oil on canvas, framed. 60cm by 90cm, £500-700

Lot 141

After Sir Henry Raeburn (1756-1823), Margaritta MacDonald, Mrs Robert Scott Moncrieff, oil on canvas, framed. 49.5cm by 39.5cm, £150-250
After Sir Henry Raeburn (1756-1823), Margaritta MacDonald, Mrs Robert Scott Moncrieff, oil on canvas, framed. 49.5cm by 39.5cm, £150-250

Lot 142

Scottish School, early 19th century, Portrait of a Young Man in a Blue Coat, unsigned, oil on panel, unframed. 19.5cm by 16.5cm, £200-300
Scottish School, early 19th century, Portrait of a Young Man in a Blue Coat, unsigned, oil on panel, unframed. 19.5cm by 16.5cm, £200-300

Lot 143

English School, 19th Century, A Boy Chorister, in red gown and lace collar, unsigned, oil on canvas, framed. 35.5cm by 29.5cm, £300-500
English School, 19th Century, A Boy Chorister, in red gown and lace collar, unsigned, oil on canvas, framed. 35.5cm by 29.5cm, £300-500

Lot 144

English School, late 17th Century, Portrait of a Gentleman with Long Dark Hair, oil on canvas, framed. 53cm by 42cm, £500-700
English School, late 17th Century, Portrait of a Gentleman with Long Dark Hair, oil on canvas, framed. 53cm by 42cm, £500-700

Lot 145

Manner of Kees van Dongen (Dutch 1877-1968), At a Cafe Table, signed lower left, oil on board, Durand-Ruel Paris paper label verso, framed. 34cm by 29.5cm, £100-200
Manner of Kees van Dongen (Dutch 1877-1968), At a Cafe Table, signed lower left, oil on board, Durand-Ruel Paris paper label verso, framed. 34cm by 29.5cm, £100-200

Lot 146

19th Century Naive School, The Murder of Lord Darnley, oil on tin, later fitted with a clock face, mounted on a wooden panel. 68cm by 52cm, £100-150
19th Century Naive School, The Murder of Lord Darnley, oil on tin, later fitted with a clock face, mounted on a wooden panel. 68cm by 52cm, £100-150

Lot 147

English School, c. 1850, Portrait of a Young Lady in a Lace-Trimmed Black Dress, quarter-length depicted against a stone wall, oil on canvas, in a gilt-composition frame. 58cm by 48cm, £400-600
English School, c. 1850, Portrait of a Young Lady in a Lace-Trimmed Black Dress, quarter-length depicted against a stone wall, oil on canvas, in a gilt-composition frame. 58cm by 48cm, £400-600

Lot 148

Italian School, 17th Century, Study of a Man, Crouching, an object, possibly a dagger hilt, in his right hand, oil on canvas, oval (probably a fragment of a larger work, in a 19th century gilt-composition frame. 25.5cm by 21cm, £500-700
Italian School, 17th Century, Study of a Man, Crouching, an object, possibly a dagger hilt, in his right hand, oil on canvas, oval (probably a fragment of a larger work, in a 19th century gilt-composition frame. 25.5cm by 21cm, £500-700

Lot 149

Geoffrey Roper (British, b. 1942), "Vic Baths, Nottingham", oil, attributed and titled verso, framed. 23cm by 27cm NOTE: this lot may be subject to Artist's Resale Right, £200-400
Geoffrey Roper (British, b. 1942), "Vic Baths, Nottingham", oil, attributed and titled verso, framed. 23cm by 27cm NOTE: this lot may be subject to Artist

Lot 150

Attributed to Geoffrey Roper (British, b. 1942), Northern Industrial Scene, oil on board, framed. 21.5cm by 27.5cm NOTE: this lot may be subject to Artist's Resale Right, £100-150
Attributed to Geoffrey Roper (British, b. 1942), Northern Industrial Scene, oil on board, framed. 21.5cm by 27.5cm NOTE: this lot may be subject to Artist

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