Antiques, Collectables & Part Two of the Clifford, Rosemary & Penelope Ellis Studio
Sale on Saturday 25th February 2017
Thursday 23rd February 10am - 4.00pm
Friday 24th February 12 noon - 7.00pm
Saleday from 8.30am
Sale commences at 10.00am
Lots: 198-247 of 640
Lot 198
Isambard Kingdom Brunel/Books: Pictorial history of the Great Eastern Steam-Ship, W.H. Smith and Son, Strand, London. Extremely rare publication. 41 pp., with three chromo lithographic plates including folding frontispiece after a painting by Edwin Weedon. Four folding wood engraving plates including one double sized. Numerous wood engraving illustrations to text - some full page. Some spotting throughout, mostly confined to margins. Bound in original pictorial green printed wrappers, circa 1859. 11ins. x 16ins.
Estimate:  £600 - 800
Lot 199
Isambard Kingdom Brunel/Books: The Atlantic Telegraph, Published Day & son Limited, London 1866 by W.H. Russell L.L.D. 125 gilt pages, together with a fragment of cable imbedded into the front cover. William Howard Russell's book is perhaps the most spectacular work on the Atlantic Cable, with lithographs the 1865 Great Eastern cable expedition, along with others made by Dudley at that time representing scenes from the earlier expeditions, contains 26 coloured lithographs 8ins. x 11ins.
Estimate:  £600 - 800
Lot 200
Isambard Kingdom Brunel: Very rare excursion ticket from the Great Eastern Steamship to Cape May. The ticket was provided and signed by the secretary, J.H. Yates. The agents for the company advertised a two day excursion to Cape May at $10 a head, 2,000 bought tickets. It was stated food and refreshments would be available on board at reasonable prices and mattresses would be available for the men with the cabins being reserved for the ladies and children. The ship set sail at 3.00pm on 30 July 1860 so as to arrive at Cape May early the next morning to leave at 6PM to New York. 3ins. x 2ins.
Estimate:  £150 - 250
Lot 201
Isambard Kingdom Brunel/Books Brochure: The Great Eastern Steam-Ship - 23,000 Tons Burden - 10,000 Effective Horse Power - being a full account of The Great Ocean Palace which will sail next spring - The Past - The Future with two large engravings, published 1858 G. Vickers, Angel Court, Strand. 8ins. x 11ins.
Estimate:  £300 - 500
Lot 202
Isambard Kingdom Brunel: Engraving of The Great Eastern of Deptford (From the Illustrated London News, circa 1858. 22ins x 17ins plus The Great Eastern Rounding the Point Opposite Blackwall. 21ins. x 14ins. (2).
Estimate:  £80 - 120
Lot 203
Isambard Kingdom Brunel: Rare soft cover brochure The Great Eastern Steam-Ship illustrated with 8 engravings incl. a sectional view of the Great Eastern, Printed: Milford House, Milford-Lane, Strand London, 1859, 32 pages. Approx. 5½ins x 8ins.
Estimate:  £200 - 300
Lot 204
Isambard Kingdom Brunel/Books: Rare soft bound brochure The Great Eastern Steam-Ship - A description of Mr. Scott Russell's Great Ship, now building at Millwall, for the Eastern Steam Navigation Company, Published 1857 H.G. Clarke and Co. Strand, London, illustrated with 10 engravings, of which one foldout & sectional views of the Great Eastern and comparisons with The Duke of Wellington, The Persia, The Great Britain and The Great Western 26 pages. 5ins. x 7ins.
Estimate:  £300 - 500
Lot 205
Isambard Kingdom Brunel: The Great Ship Company Limited Stock certificate Capital £ 330,000 in 330,000 Shares of £1 each Registered the 21st October 1858 a £20 share of The Great Ship Company Limited. Signed by the secretary, J.H. Yates. 8ins. x 4ins.
Estimate:  £30 - 50
Lot 206
Isambard Kingdom Brunel: The Great Britain at sea, 1853, framed coloured engraving published by Cyclopaedia of useful Arts & Manufacturers. Approx. 4ins. x 5¼ins.
Estimate:  £30 - 50
Lot 207
Isambard Kingdom Brunel: The Great Britain leaving Liverpool 1853, coloured engraving published by Cyclopedia of useful Arts & Manufacturers. Approx. 6ins. x 9ins.
Estimate:  £20 - 40
Lot 208
Isambard Kingdom Brunel: Exceptional Photograph of Isambard Kingdom Brunel, Scott Russell, Henry Wakefield and Lord Derby at the time of Great Eastern's launch, Photographed by Robert Howlett, Brunel died one year later (age 53) on 15 September 1859, in Westminster, London. Approx. 8¼ins. x 9½ins. mounted and laid down with an explanatory typed text on the verso of what was once the frame backing board. Size board 31cm x 34cm (Approx. 12ins. x 13ins.)

Estimate:  £500 - 800
Lot 209
Isambard Kingdom Brunel: Stunning extremely rare soft bound volume The Great Britain Atlantic Steam Ship of 3500 Tons, with twenty-five folios of fold-out engravings of mainly machinery of the Great Britain Published John Weale, London 28 pages, some foxing, published 1847 22ins x 15ins

Estimate:  £600 - 800
Lot 210
Isambard Kingdom Brunel: History and Description of the Steam-Ship Great Britain, built at Bristol for the Great Western Steam-Ship Company; to which are added, remarks on the Comparative Merits of Iron and Wood as Materials for Ship-building by Capt. Clayton R.N., Published: J. Smith Homans, Broadway, New York, circa 1845, 28 pages. Approx. 5¾ins. x 8¾ins.
Estimate:  £80 - 120
Lot 211
Isambard Kingdom Brunel: Rare Soft bound volume An Account of the First Transatlantic Voyage of the Steam Ship Great Britain - Lieut. Hosken, Commander; together with a lengthy description of the vessel, her engines, propeller, fittings Illustrated with 17 engravings circa 1845. Printed: Messrs. Lace and Addison, North Crescent, Liverpool, 20 pages. Approx. 6ins. x 9ins.
Estimate:  £150 - 250
Lot 212
Isambard Kingdom Brunel: Carte de visite The Mammoth Steam Ship, Published 62 White St. New York - Ferd. Mayer & Co/. Lith. New York circa 1859. approx. 6ins. x 4½ins. The Great Eastern was launched 31 January 1858, maiden voyage 30 August 1859, out of service 1889. SS Great Eastern was an iron sailing steam ship designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel, and built by J. Scott Russell & Co. at Millwall on the River Thames, London. She was by far the largest ship ever built at the time of her 1858 launch, and had the capacity to carry 4,000 passengers from England to Australia without refueling. Her length of 692 feet (211 m) was only surpassed in 1899 by the 705-foot (215m) 17,274-gross-ton RMS Oceanic, and her gross tonnage of 18,915 was only surpassed in 1901 by the 701-foot (214m) 21,035-gross-ton RMS Celtic.
Estimate:  £70 - 120
Lot 213
Isambard Kingdom Brunel: The Great Britain Steam Ship carte de visite, engraved: J.T. Wood, Strand circa 1843. Launched 19 July 1843, maiden voyage 26 July 1845, out of service 1886. SS Great Britain is a museum ship and former passenger steamship, which was advanced for her time. She was the longest passenger ship in the world from 1845 to 1854. She was designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel for the Great Western Steamship Company's transatlantic service between Bristol and New York. While other ships had been built of iron or equipped with a screw propeller, Great Britain was the first to combine these features in a large ocean-going ship. She was the first iron steamer to cross the Atlantic, which she did in 1845, in the time of 14 days. Approx. 5¾ins. x 4½ins.
Estimate:  £20 - 40
Lot 214
Isambard Kingdom Brunel: Extremely rare berth ticket, Steamship Great Eastern, Excursion to Cape May. Lower Deck, from the Great Eastern Steamship to Cape May. The ticket was provided by the secretary J.H. Yates for Berth 339. The agents for the company advertised a two day excursion to Cape May at $10 a head, 2,000 bought tickets. It was stated food and refreshments would be available on board at reasonable prices and mattresses would be available for the men with the cabins being reserved for the ladies and children. The ship set sail at 3.00pm on 30 July 1860 so as to arrive at Cape May early the next morning to leave at 6pm to New York. 3ins. x 2ins.
Estimate:  £100 - 150
Lot 215
Isambard Kingdom Brunel: Rare soft bound brochure The Great Eastern Steam Ship of 22,500 Tons Burthen Designed by I.K. Brunel Esq. Built by Messrs. Scott, Russell & Co. Millwall at the cost of Upwards of £600,000 sterling for the Eastern Steam Navigation Company. The brochure includes a fold out view of the steamship, published 1857. Printed & Published: William Abbott, London. 10ins. x 12ins.
Estimate:  £300 - 500
Lot 216
Isambard Kingdom Brunel: Model of the Great Eastern by Classic Ship Collection, long considered the premier maker of precision detailed metal ship models since 1997. This model is in 1:1250 scale long in pewter scale 1:1250, size incl. glass dustcover. 8ins. x 2ins. x 3ins.

Estimate:  £100 - 150
Lot 217
Isambard Kingdom Brunel: Rare stereoscopic view of The Great Eastern in Southampton Water, this rare image was taken by George Washington Wilson (Scottish, 1823-1893) on the only trip that he made to England, in 1860. Approx. 6¾ins. x 3¼ins.
Estimate:  £40 - 60
Lot 218
Isambard Kingdom Brunel: Unusual soft cover brochure Visitor's Guide to Bristol and its Neighbourhood embellished with engravings and information on the Great Western Steam Ship (also included in an advertisement) circa 1838 printed and published by H.H. King, 28 pages and 14 pages of advertisements. Approx. 4¼ins. x 7¼ins.

Estimate:  £50 - 80
Lot 219
Isambard Kingdom Brunel: The Great Western - Passing Clevedon on her return from New York Published by J. Harris and engraved by W. Willis 1838. Launched 19 July 1837, maiden voyage 8 April 1838, out of service December 1846 in Liverpool. SS Great Western of 1838, was an oak-hulled paddle-wheel steamship, the first steamship purpose-built for crossing the Atlantic, and the initial unit of the Great Western Steamship Company. She was the largest passenger ship in the world from 1837 to 1839. Designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel, The Great Western proved satisfactory in service and was the model for all successful wooden Atlantic paddle-steamers. Approx. 6½ins. x 4½ins.
Estimate:  £80 - 120
Lot 220
Isambard Kingdom Brunel/Books: Descriptive Particulars of the Great Eastern Steam Ship; with Illustrations and Sectional Plans, by W.H. Webb. Rare 1857 second edition. 6ins. x 9ins.
Estimate:  £400 - 600
Lot 221
Isambard Kingdom Brunel: The Eastern Steam Navigation Company incorporated by Royal Charter, 1851. £20 share Stock certificate No. 5223, a share of The Eastern Steam Navigation Company. Signed by the secretary, J.H. Yates October 2nd 1851. 8ins. x 6ins.
Estimate:  £30 - 50
Lot 222
20th cent. Maritime copper mast headlamp, unsigned. 19ins.
Estimate:  £30 - 40
Lot 223
Maritime: 20th cent. Copper mast head lamp made by Telford, Grier and Mackay Glasgow. 23ins x 15ins.
Estimate:  £40 - 60
Lot 224
Engineering Toys: Mamod Steam Tractor & a Mamod Steamroller with steering poles. (2).
Estimate:  £60 - 80
Lot 225
Engineering Toys: Mamod Stationary Steam Engine/working miniature model with six drive mechanism. Mounted on a board 20ins. x 15ins. with 11 flexible still driving belts in original packets.

Estimate:  £60 - 80
Lot 226
Engineering Toys - Meccano: Housed in treen boxes, possible set 4, 5, and 6 in one box. Dark red & black wheels, light & dark green parts. Plus another box with dark & light red parts, nuts, bolts, gears, etc. A Meccano instruction book No 1, crane front, red book outfits 4-5-6, green book No 1A, yellow book No 3 and an older book much thumbed.
Estimate:  £100 - 150
Lot 227
Toys: Continental teddy bear, pale brown plush glass eyes, repairs to soles of feet and one paw, black wool nose, growler a/f. 27ins.
Estimate:  £40 - 50
Lot 228
20th cent. Toys: Teddy Bear, well-loved with brown glass eyes in need of repair 24ins. a worn mohair bear with glass eyes and wool nose in need of love 14ins. and a toy sheep, brown glass eyes in need of repair.

Estimate:  £25 - 35
Lot 229
Toys: Schuco mohair monkey, painted arms and legs, glass eyes, very long tail, fabric face approx 11ins. Plus a black cat, glass eyes, pink silk stitch nose, standing 11ins head to tip of tail, 5½ins high.
Estimate:  £35 - 45
Lot 230
20th cent. Toys - Dolls: Rose Bud baby doll, open & shut eyes and painted face, 11ins. approx., head needs reinstating plus composition head doll with fabric legs in bad state of repair.
Estimate:  £20 - 30
Lot 231
Toys: Late 19th early 20th cent. "Mabel" German doll, bisque head, ceramic arms, fabric body & legs. Glass set brown eyes, open mouth, teeth. 13ins. (Legs need repair).
Estimate:  £30 - 50
Lot 232
Toys/ Dolls: Ceramic head doll, fabric body, arms and legs painted face and hair, approx 15ins plus a male rag doll in highland dress approx 21ins.
Estimate:  £30 - 40
Lot 233
Ellis Family Archive: Ethnic treen toys, acrobatic monkey, up sticks, and hand made treen marionettes in the form of animals and people. (2 Boxes).
Estimate:  £30 - 40
Lot 234
Ellis Family Archive: Ethnic straw models and hanging decoration, animals and people. (1 Tray).
Estimate:  £25 - 35
Lot 235
Ellis Family Archive: Ethnic toys, puzzles, treen models and games, articulated snakes, etc. (1 Tray).
Estimate:  £20 - 25
Lot 236
Ellis Family Archive: Indian folk art embroidered stuffed animals, elephant, horse and bulls. (4 Animals).
Estimate:  £35 - 40
Lot 237
Ellis Family Archive: Ethnic treen toys, Danish boats, Mexican mobile toys, quantity of miniature animals, set of decorated houses, miniature christmas tree and angels - boxed, animal cage on wheels, etc. (1 Tray).
Estimate:  £40 - 50
Lot 238
Ellis Family Archive: Decorated treen toys, quantity of discs and spinning tops.
Estimate:  £20 - 25
Lot 239
Ellis Family Archive: Dolls - quantity of Ethnic, cloth and peg dolls - 1 tray.
Estimate:  £20 - 25
Lot 240
Ellis Family Archive: Diecast farm animals, tractors, etc. Some Britains, playworn - 1 tray. Plus dolls house food.
Estimate:  £35 - 40
Lot 241
Ellis Family Archive: Hispanic terracotta figures, soldier, bandit and cattle.
Estimate:  £25 - 30
Lot 242
Ellis Family Archive: Tin plate toys, monkey in the form of a marionette made by Tobar Ltd - boxed, pecking chickens hand operated - a pair, rotating christmas tree and a paddling duck and a pecking bird.
Estimate:  £40 - 50
Lot 243
Ellis Family Archive: Playing cards - decks of cards by Andrew Jones Art - boxed, Etienne, ET. Joseph De Montcolfier 2 packs - boxed, Waddingtons playing cards 2 packs - boxed, Simultane Canasta playing cards by Sonia Delaunay - boxed, The New Card game, spelling bee from stationers Hall - boxed.
Estimate:  £60 - 70
Lot 244
Ellis Family Archive: Hispanic festival art, carnival rattle, collection of Hispanic ceramic whistles in the form of birds, etc.
Estimate:  £35 - 40
Lot 245
Ellis Family Archive: Games and past times, Tri gon geometrical game with instructions, Magic Snake game - boxed, a bag of treen letters, box of decorated eggs and a set of draughts in a treen box.
Estimate:  £20 - 30
Lot 246
Toys: Vulcan sewing machine, boxed. (Box a/f.) plus treen toys - cradle, skittles Honeychurch 'Jack-in-the-box', and a treen ball game.

Estimate:  £25 - 35
Lot 247
Ellis Family Archive: Studio pottery and other animals, Jane Boxandall duck, cats, pig, straw ducks, chickens, etc. - 1 Tray. (Tray not included).
Estimate:  £20 - 30