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ASHFORD NORTHAMPTON STONE GINGER BEER BOTTLE.

White glazed stoneware bottle with black transfer, E.C.ASHFORDS, GINGER BEER, NORTHAMPTON with musical scale trade mark. Bottle has a couple of insignificant nicks to the shoulder and several to the underside of the base but these cannot bee seen when displayed. Bourn Denby pottery stamp. Hard to find ginger beer. Exc++

Code: 2160

45.00 GBP


FOSTER AND LEWIS NORTHAMPTON RELIANCE PATENT CODD BOTTLE.

Reliance patent codd bottles are fairly common but this example from Northampton is extremely rare with possibly only two examples recorded. Foster and Lewis Northampton with star trademark. The reverse side is marked, Reliance Patent sole maker Dan Rylands Barnsley. 10oz size. Some scratches ands scuffs from wear but not damage.

Code: 2161

70.00 GBP


NAYLOR TOWCESTER DOBSON PATENT CODD BOTTLE.

Dobson patent codd bottles are fairly common but this example from Towcester (Northamptonshire) is very rare with only a couple of examples recorded. This is a 10oz example which is embossed, Clifford.H.Naylor Towcester with entwined initials trademark. The reverse side marked Dobson & Nale Bottle Makers Barnsley. Near mint condition.

Code: 2162

50.00 GBP


VICTORIAN TOOTH PAST POT LID, SCARCE RED PRINT WOODS PLYMOUTH.

Woods 6d Cherry tooth past Plymouth. This is the scarce red print variation. Very nice and clear red print. Mint.

Code: 2157

55.00 GBP


VICTORIAN TOOTH PAST POT LID, WOODS PLYMOUTH.

Wood Areca Nut 6d Tooth Past Plymouth. Mint condition other than one tiny crack on the flange, please see photographs. Near mint.

Code: 2158

20.00 GBP


VICTORIAN TOOTH PAST POT LID, PONDS OF LONDON.

Ponds American White Areca Nut Tooth Past, 68 Fleet St London. Pictorial trademark of a nut. One tiny chip to the flange but cannot be seen on the front. Near mint.

Code: 2159

30.00 GBP


MARTIN BROTHERS POT DECORATED WITH FISH AND SEALIFE CREATURES.

A vey nice pot decorated with four large grotesque fish, a strange looking crab, sea snail and seaweed decoration and produced a an attractive brown and white glaze. The base is is signed, Martin Bro London Southall and dated 3.11.98.There are a couple of in manufacture firing cracks which is very typical for Martinware but the pot is in mint condition. Victiorian art pottery at its best. Hight 9cm.

Code: 2106

895.00 GBP


SUPERB 1920'S ADVERTISING MAP CASE FOR PERRIER WATER WITH 13 ORIGINAL MAPS OF GREAT BRITAIN.

Fine quality green leatherette case with Perspex cover and with embossed advertising, THE PERRIER MAP, LONDON & DISTANCE CHART MOTOR MAP OF ENGLAND AND WALES. The cover map also features two Perrier bottles which resemble flat bottomed Hamilton bottles. Most unusual possibly unique item. size 13 x 11 inches. Exc++

Code: 2092

98.00 GBP


LATE 1930'S SADLER RACING CAR TEA POT.

Superb racing car tea pot produced in a pale blue and green mottled glaze. Excellent detail to the 1930's car, the lid depicts the driver wearing leather helmet and goggles. The base is marked, SADLER with kings crown and then, MADE IN ENGLAND REGISTERED NO 8202236. This racing car tea pot was first produced in 1938 and production continued for a number of years. Sadler was a British pottery based in Stock on Trent England. Appears never to have been used. Mint condition.

Code: 2156

100.00 GBP


VERY LONG ENGLISH VICTORIAN SILVER SPIRIT FLASK.

This is only the 2nd example I have owned and this one is even longer than the last one measuring approcamatly 15 inches or 38cm long. The obverse side features a design a gentleman with banjo being accompanied by a young lady with a basket in one hand and a fan in the other and below this is the design of cottage with a person looking over the garden fence. The reverse side depicts similar designs but this time the lady is holding only a fan and the gentleman is holding a stick, the lower design is identical to the previous design with the house. The top and bottom of the flask exabits an attractive fluted design. Silver hallmarks for London 1890 and with makers initials, JR SJ. The matching screw stopper depicts two cottages and the original owners initials which are beautifully engraved. A very rare and very long Victorian spirit flask. The wine bottle shown in one of the photographs is for a size comparison. Near mint.

Code: 2155

585.00 GBP