Lot 11 - PHOEBE ANNA TRAQUAIR HRSA (1853 - 1936),
ILLUMINATED PAGE FROM 'HORAE BEATAE VIRGINS'
ink and watercolour on vellum
image size 12cm x 8.5cm, overall size 26.5cm x 23cm
Mounted, framed and under glass.
Label verso: Campbell-Wilson, London.
Provenance: The artist thence by descent, and acquired from Campbell-Wilson in 2001 by current owner.
Lot 117 - * PIERO SANSALVADORE (ITALIAN 1892 - 1955),
GLASGOW: SUNSET IN GOVAN ROAD
oil on board, signed, title carved verso
image size 30cm x 40cm, overall size 46cm x 56cm
Framed and under glass.
Label verso: Rowley, Kensington.
Lot 1105 - MID-VICTORIAN TUNBRIDGE WARE BANJO,
circa 1860s, fitted for seven strings, 12", 78cm long
Lot 1111 - INCLINED PLANE CLOCK BY DENT OF LONDON,
for John Chalmers Mitchell, 1973, the brass drum timepiece with silvered Roman numeral chapter ring, the tooled leather covered slope on column supports, inscribed days of the week to the frieze, 71.2cm wide
Lot 1194 - 20TH CENTURY BAROGRAPH,
by Short & Mason of London, serial no. C10259, in glazed mahogany case, 31cm wide, with graph paper
Lot 1126 - 19TH CENTURY FRENCH 'ATLAS' MANTEL CLOCK,
the globe of bronzed metal with applied stars and Roman numerals for dial, on gilt column modelled as Atlas, to rouge marble plinth on gilt stepped circular base, the movement stamped 'E. D. 1471', 22.5cm high
Lot 1176 - FENDER QUILT ELECTRIC JAZZ BASS GUITAR,
serial no. DZ4070417, natural burr finish, 117cm, with guitar case
Lot 1313 - NINE DINKY MODELS,
military-themed, comprising 660 Tank Transporter, 665 Honest John Missile Launcher and Missile, 626 Military Ambulance, 651 Centurion Tank, 602 Armoured Command Car, 622 10-Ton Army Truck, 697 25-Pounder Field Gun Set, 692 5.5 Medium Gun and 641 Army 1-Ton Cargo Truck, also a Britains 155mm. Gun, all boxed (10)
Lot 1340 - 19TH CENTURY BRITISH SOUTH AFRICA MILITARY INTEREST HUNTING HORN,
profusely engraved throughout '45th Regiment [The Sherwood Foresters] Semper Viret', 'England Expects every Man to do his Duty', 'Just Tak a Scotsman Frae his Hill Clap in his Cheek a Highland Gill and say it is Victoria's Will and there's the Foe he has nae thought but how to Kill Twa at a Blow', and 'This Horn once the Property of the Kaffir Chief Macomo now the Chief Property of "a Poor but Honest Soldier" Fort Hare 14 June 1847', with further 'VR' within crown, mottos, symbols including Masonic examples and floral detail, 30cm long
Footnote: This horn was presumably obtained by a British soldier serving with the 45th Regiment in the Seventh Xhosa War, a drawn-out battle of attrition worsened by a drought affecting the Cape region and the use of scorched-earth tactics by both the British and Xhosa forces; eventually the Xhosa were subdued after 21 months of fighting and Sir Harry Smith assumed Governorship of Cape Town in December 1847, officially annexing the region as the British Kaffraria Colony.
LOT 982 - **CERTIFICATED UNMOUNTED YELLOW TOPAZ,
rough, weighing 5.41 carats, with accompanying IDT report number 01156716
Lot 1702 - CELTIC VS. INTER MILAN 1967 EUROPEAN CUP FINAL PROGRAMME,
set in an oak wall mounting cabinet, 29cm wide
Lot 1710 - SCOTTISH FOOTBALL LEAGUE CUP WINNERS GOLD MEDAL 1970/71,
awarded to Derek Johnstone of Rangers F.C., the obverse with central shield shaped plaque with red enamel lion rampant motif, within blue enamel border inscribed 'Scottish Football League', the reverse inscribed 'LEAGUE CUP, Season 1970-71 Winner, D. JOHNSTONE RANGERS', 39mm high including bale, maker JWB, in nine carat gold, approximately 6g, mounted, framed and under glass
Note: This important medal was awarded to Rangers legend Derek Johnstone after they picked up their first major trophy in over four years by defeating arch-rivals Celtic 1-0 in the final. The game was contested at Hampden in front of 106,000 fans, with Rangers securing the trophy by one goal to nil. That goal was scored by none other than Derek Johnstone himself, who at the tender age of 16, remains the youngest player to score in a Scottish League Cup final.