Auction of Antiques, Fine Art & Collectables
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Thursday 24th November 2011at 1pm
Viewing TimesWednesday 23rd November 4pm - 8pm
Thursday 24th November 10am - 12.30pm
Auction VenueBushey Golf and Country Club
High Street, Bushey Hertfordshire WD23 1TTwww.busheyauctions.com
CatalogueAuction of antiques, fine art, collectables
Welcome to Bushey AuctionsWe hope you will have an enjoyable time bidding for the fantastic array of antiques, fine artand collectables from private collections. Please remember when placing your bid, the Buyerspremium is 15% + VAT on top of the hammer price.Bushey Auctions will be holding monthly auctions and valuation days; please see the back ofthe catalogue for forthcoming dates. We are happy to make personal appointments to viewitems for submission into future sales. We also offer probate work and house clearances.Our team is always available to help, please dont hesitate to ask any of the team if you needassistance. The information below will help you enjoy the event, it sets out how the auctionworks and our
CONDITIONS OF SALE.
VIEWINGThe catalogue contains a Lot no, Description and Estimate for each lot. The description is forguidance only and as some items are of an age or nature that means they may not be inperfect condition, we advise you to examine items yourself before the auction starts. Viewingtimes are shown on the front of the catalogue. All items are offered for sale as viewed andare sold as seen. The auctioneer does not take responsibility for origin or estimated price.All items are sold without any warranty or claim as to its suitability or fitness for its apparentpurpose so as a prospective Buyer, you should use your judgement. All electrical items aresold on the express condition that the buyer ensures they are examined by a competentelectrician before connecting them to any source of electricity. All sales are final and norefunds are given.
BIDDINGOnce registered (free of charge) your bidding number is on the paddle supplied, pleasekeep it safe. To bid on an item, simply hold up your paddle to catch the attention of theAuctioneer. He will indicate who is leading the bidding for the item. The Auctioneer hascomplete discretion as to the increments/amounts by which bidding increases.
RESERVE PRICESSome items have a reserve price. Where necessary, the Auctioneer will protect the reserveon an item and use his discretion up to 10%. If this price is not reached, the Auctioneer willrecord the item as unsold and move on to the next item.
THE BUYERThe highest bidder as determined by the Auctioneer is the Buyer. He will ask for the Buyersbidding number, to record who secured the bid. The Auctioneer has absolute discretion tosettle any dispute that may arise and to refuse bids or to advance the bidding as seen fit. Hisdecision is final.
THE BUYERS PREMIUMThis is the commission paid to the auctioneer by the Buyer over and above the highest bidvalue (often referred to as the Hammer Price) of each item.OUR BUYERS PREMIUM IS 15% + VAT. So if you are the highest bidder on an item with a10 bid, the total cost to you is 11.80. Please take this into account when bidding.
ONLINE BIDDING We offer an online bidding service via the-saleroom.com for bidders who cannot attend thesale. In completing the bidder registration on www.the-saleroom.com/busheyauctions andproviding your credit/debit card details, you authorise Bushey Auctions to charge the cardgiven in full payment including all fees, for items successfully purchased in the auction viathe-saleroom.com. You also confirm that you are authorised to provide these credit/debitcard details to Bushey Auctions through the-saleroom.com and agree that Bushey Auctionsare entitled to ship the goods to the card holder name and card holder address provided infulfilment of the sale. Please note that any lots purchased via the-saleroom.com live auctionservice will be subject to an additional 3% + VAT commission charge imposed on thehammer price in addition to the Buyers Premium of 15%+ VAT. Our credit card surchargeis 4%.
PAYMENTYou are welcome to pay by cash, cheque accompanied by a cheque guarantee cardsufficient to cover the total cost of your purchase(s), electronic bank transfer, or bydebit/credit card (credit cards are subject to 4% surcharge). We reserve the right to holditems paid for by cheque until the cheque has cleared. Please note, once the Auctioneerhas determined yours to be the winning bid, a legal contract is created and you areresponsible for and obliged to pay for the item. If a Bidder fails to pay for an item, theAuctioneer reserves the right to cancel the sale and re-sell the item(s) won. The Auctioneercan also proceed against the Buyer for breach of contract. So please only bid up to theamount you are prepared to pay and make sure you allow for the 15%+ VAT BuyersPremium.
TAKING YOUR ITEM HOMEYou may pay for your items whilst the auction is in progress provided that the itemscan be moved without disruption. Your stamped receipt will be handed to a Porter who willcollect and help you pack your items. Please pay for and collect your items within an hourof the close of the Auction. We can offer storage @ 5 per day per item (subject toavailability) or if you need transport Man with a Van details are at the back of the Catalogueand displayed in the Auction room.
IF YOU CANT MAKE THE AUCTION, WE CAN BID FOR YOUIf you would like to bid for an item, but cant be here when it is auctioned, we are happy tobid on your behalf. Simply complete the Absentee/Commission registration bidding formstating the maximum you are prepared to bid. You can also bid over the telephone for lotsestimated over 50, or in advance by e-mail, please ask for details. We require debit orcredit card details for all absentee/commission/telephone bids as security for your bid andmay require a deposit of 50% of your maximum bid.We will then bid for you up to your maximum, attempting to secure the item at the lowestrequired to beat all other bids.After the auction, we will contact you to advise you of the outcome. If you secure the lot,we will arrange payment and collection with you.
HELP US TO IMPROVEWe hope you enjoy the event. There is always something that we can do better so pleaseshare your thoughts with us, either by talking to us or by e-mailing us email@example.com. If youve had a positive experience, tell your friends,if not please tell us first.
SELLING AN ITEM WITH US IN THE FUTUREIf we can be of service simply e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or you are welcome tocontact us on 020 8386 2552 or 07891 544728
Lot No. Description Estimate
Furniture, Mirrors & Lighting
1 Reproduction mahogany display cabinet 60-90
2 An Edwardian inlaid mahogany display cabinet enclosed
by two glazed hinged doors above two drawers on square tapering legs 100-150
3 Edwardian inlaid display cabinet on four tapering feet 50-80
4 Mahogany corner cabinet with glazed hinged door 30-50
5 A reproduction mahogany leather topped writing desk 30-50
6 A lacquered Chinoiserie style coffee table 30-50
7 Victorian hexagonal table on four feet with rosewood inlays 150-200
8 Edwardian mahogany stationery cabinet on four pad feet
with swing front drawers 80-120
9 Late 19th century French three piece boudoir suite
Louis XVth style comprising a pair of chairs and a two seater settle 450-650
10 Victorian inlaid corner chair on four turned feet with stretchers 50-80
11 An Edwardian inlaid nursing chair 50-70
12 Two mahogany occasional chairs 30-50
13 Mahogany Canterbury on four original castors 100-150
14 Mahogany wall hanging cupboard with secret top compartment 20-40
15 Edwardian mahogany plant stand with inlayed rosewood 30-50
16 Mahogany plate stand 30-50
17 A profusely carved Oriental blanket chest 50-70
18 1940s decorative mirror 50-80
19 Slag glass lamp on a brass metal base (slight damage) 150-200
20 Art Deco alabaster lamp in the form of a female figure 120-150
Lot No. Description Estimate
Prints & Paintings
21 Framed decorative print of children in gilt frame - 29 x 39 cm 30-50
22 Brewer etching of Oxford (Brasenose College and High Street)
signed and stamped together with an etching of
Along The Banks Cambridge 30-50
23 A pair of framed Art Deco prints - 14 x 9cm 30-50
24 Four framed engravings of months of the year 1806
(three to view per frame) 80-120
25 Two watercolours one by Dick Leech and one by Margaret Metcalfe -
Verbascum at Dedham Hall, label on verso - 27 x 35cm and 33 x 23cm 20-40
26 HR Gallop watercolour of cows and trees - 42 x 36cm 30-50
27 Two original watercolours by Ernest Leahy, label on verso
32.5 x 24 cm and 33.5 x 23.5 cm 40-60
28 Stuart Lloyd watercolour 1911 of boats on a river in gilt frame -
28.5 x 64cm 200-300
29 FS Shield oil on canvas of a lady playing a piano to a gentleman -
49 x59.5cm 150-250
30 E Goodman oil on board of boats Jan 1911 - 16.5 x 30cm 20-40
31 W Conway oil on canvas of a boat and houses - 19 x 24cm 40-60
32 Oil painting of European lady - 36.5 x 29.5cm 30-50
33 A Hindley oil on canvas of boats in harbour - 73.5 x 99cm 50-80
34 F Markens three oil on board of country scenes - Loxhore Devon,
Harrogate Hills, Postbridge Devon - 13 x 19cm 60-90
35 Pair of Oriental silk landscapes - 16.5 x 24.5cm 20-40
36 A marquetry image of fisherman - 34 x 49.5cm 40-60
Measurements for image size only
Lot No. Description Estimate
Porcelain & Glass
37 Royal Albert Old Country Roses dinner service including dinner plates,