Sporting and Militaria Sale on Wednesday 10th June 2009

Lots: 101-130 of 462

Lot

Description & Estimate

VAT on
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Image

Hammer
price

101

A small stuffed Cocodile, 4ft
Estimate: 80-120

Nil

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130

102

A Jay on a branch
Estimate: 40-60

Nil

    

20

103

A pair of Horns off a Hartebeest on shield
Estimate: 40-60

Nil

    

30

104

Three various Snake Skins and a Leopard Skin
Estimate: 50-70

Nil

    

110

105

An antler Walking Stick with handle having incised metal heart , bearing modern label 'Shot by Capt Hutton of SS Sybill at Lake Victoria in 1904'
Estimate: 80-120

Nil

    

70

106

A Wildebeeste Tail, the brass mount stamped Rowland Ward Limited, bears label 'Reputed to be shot by the master of the steamer "Stanley" near Lake Victoria in the 1930's'
Estimate: 80-120

Nil

    

75

107

Four various 20th Century Fly Whips
Estimate: 40-60

Nil

    

38

108

An early 20th Century bone handled Walking Stick, the brass mounts engraved 'JGM. SS GREBE 1914'
Estimate: 70-100

Nil

    

U45

109

An American finely carved and painted model of a Green Winged Teal, signed to base Frank Willis 1975, with carved monogram, numbered G-138, 12 in L
Estimate: 80-120

Nil

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90

110

A 'Bronze Bream' in glazed case with gilt border
Estimate: 50-70

Nil

    

40

111

A black Duck in glazed case
Estimate: 30-50

Nil

    

NB

112

Two pairs of Wild Boar Tusks on oak shields
Estimate: 40-60

Nil

    

20

113

A Bush Pig set of Tusks on oak shield
Estimate: 40-60

Nil

    

20

114

A Barbary Sheep skull and horns mounted on Edwardian shield
Estimate: 30-50

Nil

    

30

115

A Tawny Owl on branch and naturalistic base, mounted on shield, certificate needed
Estimate: 40-80

Nil

    

20

116

A fur bearing Trout
Estimate: 70-100

Nil

    

U60

117

A spelter model of a Stag and a continental model of a Greyhound
Estimate: 50-60

Nil

    

20

118

A selection of Butterflies in glazed case
Estimate: 40-60

Nil

    

45

119

A large Antelope Head on Rowland Ward type shield
Estimate: 40-80

Nil

    

50

120

An oak mounted Rams Head with plaque inscribed "Bred by T. Metcalf, Stones Dale, used by J.J. Harker, Dale Head, and Ralph Liddell, Strensall Common, Preserved by E. ALLEN, 20 Stonegate, York"
Estimate: 450-550

Nil

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U

121

A Victorian Roe Deer Head on shield, Tenby taxidermist
Estimate: 50-60

Nil

    

35

122

A Victorian pair of watercolours, showing gentlemen shooting accompanied by pointers
Estimate: 50-60

Nil

    

45

123

JOSEPH HARRISON: pastel on paper showing Kikby Lonsdale and the river
Estimate: 40-60

Nil

    

20

124

A Clumstock Otter Mask on oak shield, inscribed C.O.H, East Budleigh, August 15th 1929, label to the reverse for William Farren, Cambridge
Estimate: 50-80

Nil

    

70

125

A West Cumberland Otter Mask on oak shield, plated plaque W.C.O.H, 'Cocker', 26th July 1930
Estimate: 40-60

Nil

    

70

126

A CarlingKnott Fox Mask on Rowland Ward type oak shield, plaque dated 6th November 1927
Estimate: 40-80

Nil

    

U

127

A Badger Mask on Rowland Ward type shield
Estimate: 50-70

Nil

    

NB

128

A Devon and Somerset Stag Hounds Hoof on oak shield, label to the reverse 23/9/72, Cowcombe Park
Estimate: 30-50

Nil

    

NB

129

A Devon and Somerset Stag Hounds Hoof, label to the reverse, 19/9/72, Bury
Estimate: 30-50

Nil

    

20

130

A Quontoch Stag Hounds Hoof, inscibed 17/4/80, taken Haymans Pond
Estimate: 30-50

Nil

    

20

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