The Rintoul Collection; Period Oak, Country Furniture and Effects
After Basil Nightingale, 1895. A pair of framed hunting prints.
Sold For: £60
After HT Alken. A set of three coloured hunting prints; 'Leicestershire Covers - 1820' engraved by T Sutherland.
Sold For: £70
John Norman. A 19th Century Watercolour & Ink Cartoon depicting two huntsman above inscription; ''Stop Tom, stop till I say Fire!! Another I think will do him'', signed and dated 1842, 7 ins x 10 ins (18 cm x 25 cm), in a glazed frame 14 ins x 17¼ ins (36 cm x 44 cm). And a pair of small hand-tinted cartoon engravings; one after Frank Reynolds, the other A E Bestall.
Sold For: £50
Three Stuffed Toy Foxes dressed in hunting attire, originally advertising figures for a Saddler's, 28 in (71 cm) in height.
Sold For: £440
A 19th Century Upholstered Stool. The long rectangular seat covered in tooled leather edged with studs, standing on a pitch pine base of turned legs, 17 ins (43 cm) high, 36 ins x 14 ins (92 cm x 36 cm).
Sold For: £160
An Upholstered Queen Anne Style Winged Settee & Armchair covered in printed fabric depicting hunting scenes and raised on cabriole legs. The settee 42 ins (106 cm) high, 53 ins (135 cm) wide, 36 ins (92 cm) deep. The armchair 44 ins (112 cm) high, 29 ins (74 cm) wide, 32 ins (82 cm) deep. (Pre 1950). Also a side lamp with decorative shade printed with hunting scenes.
Sold For: £500
A Small Oak Low Drop-leaf Table. The oval top revolving to support the fall down flaps, standing on gun-cannon legs united by peripheral stretchers, 17 in (43 cm) high, 21 in (53.5 cm) wide, 10½ in (27 cm) deep [flaps down], 24 in (61 cm) [flaps up].
Sold For: £170
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A 19th Century Carved Walnut 'Manx' Table. The circular dished top having raised edge-moulding, fixed to an astrigal moulded centre column and tripod base with carved human form legs, 24 in (61 cm) high, 13¼ in (13.5 cm) in diameter.
Sold For: £360
A 19th Century Automaton Oak & Mahogany Longcase Clock with eight-day movement, striking on the hour and half hour, by Charles Denham of Durham, Circa 1820-40. The 13¼ inch (34 cm) wide painted dial decorated with a huntsman in landscape flanked by spaniels bounding to the swing of the pendulum to the arch and further hunting scenes painted to the corners, with subsidiary seconds and calendar dials to the centre. The domed hood having a scroll-crested silhouette-cut pediment surmounted by a gilt brass eagle & ball finial to the centre and ball finials either side, above turned side spindles. The case with an arched trunk door flanked by sunken quarter columns, 91½ ins (232 cm) overall in height.
Sold For: £1000
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