A Victorian cast brass jam pan
the overhead iron handle fixed with copper rivets. 310 x 170mm.

Realised: $160


Two early glass plate photographic portraits
an ambrotype and a daguerreotype of two gents, in leather case frames.

Realised: $100


A near pair of early 19thC mahogany tea caddies
oblong with slightly domed hinged lids, one with undivided interior, the other with three compartments and a well concealed secret drawer to the base. Slight losses. 205 x 120 x 120mm

Estimate: $280


A pair of small/medium size giant clam shells. W.300mm.

Realised: $130


A large old conch shell
with broad footed base. L.260mm.

Realised: $100


Three vintage shells
includes two Murex conches and one small giant clam.

Realised: $110


A N.Z. greenstone cut block from a river worn boulder
the large section with natural top, the other sides cut. 240 x 230 x 240mm. From the estate of Richard Shields a noted greenstone carver, many of his later carvings were cut and carved from this block.

Realised: $650


An antique ornamental drinking horn
the well-polished oxen horn mounted in a Renaissance Revival bracket on a later wooden base. H.315mm.

Realised: $150


A large old white branch coral
in display case. Case 515 x 385 x 370mm.

Realised: $280


A whaler's wrought iron bone/baleen cleaver head

Realised: $100


A good 19thC carved whalebone handled sword stick
the handle with restrained relief floral sprig and leaf detail, push-button revealing the tapered diamond form steel blade fitting to the tapered malacca cane shaft. L.895mm.

Realised: $1,400


A 19thC ebonised walnut and marble inlaid hinged lidded box
the black marble lid panel finely inlaid with orange blush toned rose sprig, finely carved band to the body. 200 x 150 x 70mm.

Realised: $600


Two Ancient World bronze rings

Estimate: $80 - $140


Two Ancient World bronze rings

Realised: $85


Two Ancient World bronze rings

Estimate: $80 - $140


A collection of Ancient Roman terra cotta fragments


An 1812 Napoleon Bonaparte 1/2 franc
Lille mint

Realised: $100


A graduated set of six ebony elephants
with ivory tusks and inlaid eyes. Tallest H.180mm.

Realised: $320


A bronze sculpture of three wise monkeys
standing on the shoulders of the lower one, the uppermost wears a mortarboard, the middle carries a book and pen, the lowest ponders pages of an open tome whilst seated upon two more. H.360mm.

Realised: $460


A large old Bell's Scotch Whisky bottle
brown glass with raised lettering. H.470mm.

Realised: $100


A green patinated bronze dolphin fountain capital
modelled leaping on a wave crest. H.740mm.

Realised: $460


A large hardwood carving of a mermaid
modelled seated upon a rocky base holding a conch shell. H.720mm

Realised: $200


The book 'The Visitors
The History of International Rugby Team in New Zealand', Moa Publications 1990, limited edition 1115/1200.

Estimate: $120


The book 'Centenary
100 Years of All Black Rugby', Moa Publications 1984, limited edition 1115/1200.

Realised: $120


The book 'Tapestry of Turf A History of New Zealand Racing'
Moa publications, limited edition 1115/1200.

Realised: $120


The book "Men in White" by Don Neely and Richard King
limited edition 1115/1200. wear to cover.

Realised: $120


A vintage 1949 Air France Europe travel poster by Robert Falcucci
featuring London's Tower Bridge, Parisian monuments, Château de Chenonceau, and a Lockheed Constellation, the first pressurized passenger aircraft, which revolutionized global travel. 950 x 570mm

Realised: $160


A rare set of ten covers from the French magazine 'La Vie au Grand Air'
c.1909-11, all illustrated with aeronautical images including a dirigible and early planes. Mounted/unframed each 505 x 410mm.

Estimate: $800


A vintage Japanese celluloid Walt Disney Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs toy set
faded paint finish, solid filled. Moulded manufacturers and patent marks. Some faults. H.155mm.

Realised: $160


A pair of recycled metal Star Wars Storm Trooper figures
constructed from nuts, bolts, chain lengths, spark plugs, etc., each figure with pivoting hip and neck, made in Japan and pre-dating the later more simply constructed figures. H.490mm.

Realised: $430


A No. 4 Cartridge Kodak Model E camera
with red bellows on metal standards, with a 104 roll film.

Realised: $130


An early 20thC Dollond of London 'signalling' three-draw telescope
brass with leather stitched outer covers, maker's marks. Extended L.790mm.

Realised: $250


An antique Simon Halberg doll
blue sleeping eyes, No. 76, 29" tall, jointed composition body.

Realised: $360


A German lead parrot money bank
in green and red colourway. Coin causes beak to vibrate. c.1930's. Repair to inside. H.90mm.

Realised: $200


A Recruit cast iron money bank
made in England by William H.H. James & Co. 1918. Reg. 670140. H.160mm.

Realised: $135


A Hardy's 3 7/8" 'Taupo' (Perfect) trout reel
with alloy foot (chipped), ebonite handle, the slightly wider drum designed for handling larger fish.

Realised: $360


A c.1910 Ogden Smith black japanned fly box
10 round yellow windowed bolt lock compartments, complete with old flies, maker's logo to interior.

Estimate: $120 - $180


A boxed Lesney 'Matchbox' Transporter set and boxed model transporter
model numbers G-2 and M-6, respectively.

Realised: $260


Four boxed Lesney 'Matchbox' model vehicles
including models; M-1 'Petrol Tanker', M-2 'Freight Truck', M-3 Tank and Transporter and M-4 'Hopper Train'.

Realised: $240


Three boxed Lesney 'Matchbox' model vehicles
including models; M-9 'Double freighter', K-2 'Dump truck' and K-7 'Rear dumper'.

Realised: $220


Four boxed Dinky 'Supertoys' model vehicles
including models; 965 'Rear dump truck', 944 'Fuel tanker', 979 'Racehorse transport' and 949 'School bus'.

Realised: $440


Eight boxed Lesney 'Matchbox' Series model vehicles
Including model numbers 12, 29, 42, 44, 46, 53, 55 and 61.

Realised: $280


Eight boxed Lesney 'Matchbox' Series model vehicles
including model numbers; 3, 14, 21, 32, 37, 53, 62 and 66.

Realised: $700


Eight boxed Lesney 'Matchbox' Series model vehicles
including model numbers; 5, 10, 13, 17, 22, 36, 69 and 74.

Realised: $420


Seven boxed A Moko Lesney 'Matchbox' Series model vehicles
including model numbers; 7(2), 59, *62, 71, 73 and Major pack no. 1. *The 62 box holds a 49 model.

Realised: $460


An old violin in case
with three bows, the wooden case with inlaid decoration.

Estimate: $600


Yamaha Lord Player LP400 electric guitar
c.1986, Les Paul copy, cherry sunburst finish, rosewood fingerboard with pearl markers. With padded soft case.

Realised: $600


Queens South Africa medal with seven bars
to 2898 Sapr W. J. Lewis, RE. Bars: South Africa 1901, Wittebergen, Diamond Hill, Johannesburg, Driefontein, Paardeberg and Cape Colony.

Realised: $650


A WWI/WWII medal group to Lieut W Cornish
a WWII pair to Cpl D.F Cornish RAPC, together with conforming miniatures for both sets.

Realised: $340


A copper and brass bugle
with applied lion crest and silk braided cord and tassels. L.280mm

Realised: $170


A large Indo-Persian pesh-kabz knife
tapering T-back blade, brass ferrule and bone grips. Overall L.720mm.

Realised: $400


A bronze of Adolf Hitler
modelled standing wearing trench coat with Iron Cross to lapel and swastika armband. On black marble base. H.670mm.

Estimate: $1,200


A French pattern 1831 infantry 'gladius' sword
brass hilt reduced at the ricasso. L.630mm.

Realised: $465


A display collection of fifteen Eastern and South East Asian bladed weapons
including a small Japanese wakizashi; an early Persian relic yataghan; together with knives, daggers and swords from the East Indies, Bali, Borneo and Malaysia. Attached to an ornamental star shaped brass rack. W.700mm, H.700mm.

Estimate: $1,200 - $1,500


An Indonesian kris
with teak sheath and hilt, wavy damascene blade. Overall L.500mm.

Realised: $100


An old aboriginal boomerang
the mulga wood displaying tight radiating graining at the elbow, original paint finish to one end in cream with brown band. L.675mm.

Estimate: $300


A N.Z. Triassic period scallop fossil conglomerate
the half boulder displaying multiple fossil scalloped shells in dark brown orange tone within the grey stone matrix. L.360mm. Found Kiritehere Beach area, south of Marokopa, c.1960s.

Estimate: $150


A N.Z. Triassic period scallop fossil conglomerate
the half boulder displaying multiple fossil scalloped shells in dark brown orange tone within the grey stone matrix. L.360mm. Found Kiritehere Beach area, south of Marokopa, c.1960s.

Realised: $180


A collection of N.Z. shell fossils
mainly as conglomerates, found by our vendor c.1960s, Kiritehere.

Estimate: $100


A collection of N.Z. shell fossils
mainly as conglomerates, found by our vendor c.1960s, Kiritehere and Port Waikato.

Realised: $120


A collection of N.Z. mainly shell fossils
mainly as conglomerates, includes ammonites, found by our vendor c.1960s, Kiritehere and Port Waikato.

Estimate: $100


A collection of N.Z. shell fossils
mainly as individual shells, found by our vendor c.1960s, Kiritehere and Port Waikato.

Estimate: $100


A collection of N.Z. shell fossils
found by our vendor c.1960s, Kiritehere and Port Waikato.

Estimate: $80


A collection of N.Z. shell fossils
various individual specimens and conglomerates, found by our vendor c.1960s, Kiritehere and Port Waikato areas. Includes ecanoids / urchins found Te Waitere, Kawhia, below the high tide mark, an ammonite, cosmetia Genus, found Whakapirau Road near Taharoa etc.

Estimate: $140


A rare large New Zealand fossil crab 'Tumidocarinus Gigantieus"
the spherical siltstone nodule broken in half revealing the large crab in good postive and negitive detail. Dia. 230mm.

Estimate: $600 - $900


A collection of eight moa vertebrae bones
good condition with minimal erosion.

Realised: $260


A pounamu boulder fixed to a Maori carved wooden plinth
the irregularly shaped greenstone mounted to the lozenge shaped plinth which is decorated with a chiseled border pattern. W.305mm

Estimate: $400


A pounamu adze blade
of good kawakawa variety nephrite, from a contemporary tokipoutangata. L.230mm

Estimate: $400


An old Maori whalebone patu
spatula shape with ridged butt knob. L.365mm.

Realised: $500


A 19th/20thC Maori rare bowenite pounamu hei tiki
red sealing wax to the eyes, hands clasped to thighs. H.860mm. Provenance: 'Given to owner by Tom Sterland in 1958-9. Tom Sterland born Stewart Island 1896-7. As a lad he helped sealers and given to him for luck at about age 10-12. Worn by Tom Sterland until given to owner. Original owner was a local Maori woman, so it could be considerably older.' Note: This provenance is recorded on the Y number registration form. Registered Y12478.

Realised: $3,800


A colonial silver and pounamu paper knife
double ended with scrolling and engraved silver collar to the centre. L.190mm.

Realised: $650


A map of New Zealand by A Petermann
published by Justus Perthes, 1867. 330 x 210mm.

Realised: $100


A rare and important 19th century American boxing poster promoting the appearance of 'Herbert A. Slade The Maori Champion Heavy Weight Pugilist'
at the 'Opera House', undated other than 'Wednesday evening February 28', probably connected to Slade's exhibition tour of the USA with John L. Sullivan, the Opera House probably the one in Ogden, Utah, a lithograph from a photography by John Wood, New York, printed by H.A. Thomas, New York. This poster hung in Bill's Gay Nineties Restaurant, a New York City landmark, for many years. Age toning and staining, damages professionally restored, framed and glazed, 750 x 560mm. (29½ x 22”). Herbert Augustus Slade (1851-1913), also known as "Maori" Slade was a New Zealand boxer of Irish and Maori descent, who fought many of the leading heavyweights of his era including Joe Coburn, Jem Mace and Charlie Mitchell. He challenged John L. Sullivan for the heavyweight championship of the world at Madison Square Garden, New York, on 6 August 1883. Sullivan won in the third round. Given the issues of race in America at the time it was most unusual for a native person to be allowed to fight for the championship. Indeed, it was the first such match featuring a non-white contender. Slade later went on an exhibition tour with Sullivan and settled in the United States. He died in Utah in 1913. Slade may be considered New Zealand's first international sports personality and has been inducted into the Maori Sports Hall of Fame. See for more details.

Estimate: $8,000 - $12,000


A native timbers deeds box
the hinged lid inlaid with a star within diamond field in rewarewa, burr totara and puriri, the walls with further geometric inlays. 360 x 240 x 155mm.

Realised: $600


A c.1970s well carved waka huia
the removable lid with stylised tiki form figure on carved ground, the body with koru, lineal and flared notch carved detail terminating in stylised figure handles, paua inserts, raised on two curved bar form feet. L.470mm.

Realised: $500


An early/mid-20thC Maori carved tokotoko/walking stick
carved with stylised Maori figures and lineal and notch designs, ebonised finish, paua inserts. L.655mm.

Realised: $470


A modern bronze sculpture of Pania of the Reef

Realised: $140


Josiah Martin (1843-1916)
'Auckland, Queen Street' vintage photographic print, c.1890. 145 x 195mm.

Estimate: $100


A rare ‘N.Z. 'All Blacks' 1924’ vintage photographic team postcard with signatures
the front with team image, each named below, the reverse with 30 individual ink signatures including Morris Brownlie, Cyril Brownlie (the first man to be sent off in a Test Match), Cliff Porter (Captain), George Nepia (fullback, one of the stars of the tour playing in all 32 games and scoring 77 points), Bert Cooke, Mark Nicholls (top point scorer) and others including the Tour Manager, S.S. Dean. Note: The 1924-25 All Blacks team that toured Britain, Ireland and France were known as The Invincibles after it won all 32 of its games overseas. the team scoring 838 points and conceding only 116. 88 x 140mm. Provenance: Gifted to our vendor's father, a Dunedin resident, (mountain climber, gymnast and bank manager) by 'the mother of one of the All Blacks from that team.’

Estimate: $1,200


A selection of mainly 19thC documents pertaining to the 'Prince of Wales (Masonic) Lodge' Princes Street Auckland
Lodge 1338 was founded 1869 and consecrated 1871. Documents include letters written by brothers, including one from Seigfred Kohn asking for his membership to be called off as he was 'about to leave this city..' dated Oct. 18th 1882, together with a Bank of New South Wales cheque dated 1913 and numerous other documents and Lodge records.

Realised: $100


A selection of mainly 19thC documents pertaining to the 'Prince of Wales (Masonic) Lodge'
(see previous lot). Documents include letters written by brothers, a handwritten record of 'The Lore of the Whare wananga as taught in the ancient Maori College by Te Matorohanga (died 1884) and Nepia Pohuhu (died 1882).', together with numerous other documents and Lodge records.

Realised: $340


Barry Brickell large terracotta sculpture
c.1986, the train loco funnel top above two back to back old train loco headlamps, flared base, all with 'riveted' detail, impressed KA943 and Ja1227. H.895mm. Provenance: Gifted c.1986 to our vendor David Foley, a friend of Barry, in appreciation for the gift of two locomotive copper head lamps (from KA943 and JA1227), together with years of advice. Note: David worked as a designer for NZ Railways for 15 years.

Realised: $5,400


A good large Jim Greig hand built pottery 'unfolding form' bowl
with koro form pillared spirals to one end, terminating to a point at the other, burnished umber pigment to the exterior and rim, chun glaze to the well. Incised geometric mark to the base. 385 x 355mm.

Realised: $550


Jim Greig sculpted 'unfolding form' stoneware bowl
the small pool of chun type glaze held above the main bowl with green/grey ash glaze. Incised scripted initials to the base. 240 x 255mm.

Realised: $300


William Marshall (St.Ives) studio pottery tall square bottle
repeat incised dot decoration to the shoulder and chamfered corners, thin green/grey glaze to the red/brown body, impressed potters mark. H.325mm. Note: In 1938 Marshall, aged fourteen, became Bernard Leach's first apprentice.

Realised: $400


A Crown Lynn Kingfisher bird ornament
the bird with blue back on stump form base with green fern detail, no holes, printed tiki mark. H.145mm.

Realised: $140


Two Andrew van der Putten lidded jars
tapering cylindrical, shino glazed, heavily grogged clay. H.210mm

Realised: $170


Two works by Andrew van der Putten
a pouring jug with knob handle and a flagon with stopper. Dia.170 and H.180mm.

Realised: $160


Three graduated Jeannie van der Putten cubes
decorated with black outlined ribbons with coloured dot patterns. Largest 85mm sq.

Realised: $80


Louise Rive (Edge City Art Studio)
ceramic vase with relief portrait, signed. H.250mm

Realised: $400


Raewyn Atkinson 'Homelight' two piece sculpture
porcelain moulded box form with the words Home and Light, celadon glazed interiors. 95 x 60 x 65mm. This work was inspired by the artists trips to Antarctica in 2000 and 2003. The artifacts in the historic huts included tins of Homelight brand lighting oil.

Realised: $320


Doreen Blumhardt stoneware slab vase
deep blue glaze with pale shoulder, the footed base with impressed potters mark. H.285mm

Realised: $400


A Harry and May Davis Crewenna Pottery lamp base
ovoid shape with trumpet neck, decorated with a wax resist pattern of leaves, impressed studio mark. H.350mm.

Estimate: $200


An uncommon Crown Lynn advertising ashtray
for Beechey & Underwood. Modelled with an Art Deco salesman carrying a briefcase with the B&U monogram, the green glazed base with raised 'Beechey & Underwood Ltd' name; printed mark to base. 115 x 125 x 110mm.

Realised: $240


A large Garry Nash blown glass vase
of teardrop form in red with a yellow striped design. Incised signature and date '99. H.370mm.

Realised: $350


A Gary Nash deep bowl
purple with scattered murrines, signed and dated '02. Dia.210mm.

Realised: $160


Slim Barry
untitled, portrait bust sculpture, cardboard construction, initialled and numbered 164 on reverse, painted highlights. Purchased Bowen Galleries, Wellington, c. early 2000s. H.500mm.

Realised: $460


An original early 20thC ''AGENT FOR LIBERTY' shop sign
cast aluminium with original paint, including an armorial design in high relief, with hanging or alternate countertop easel mounts to reverse. H.550mm.

Realised: $950


A rare Della Robbia (1894-1906) British art pottery vase
mild relief scrolling leaf decoration with streaky blue/black glaze on brown. Incised makers ship and other marks to base. H.160mm. Note: The Della Robbia pottery was established as a true Arts & Crafts pottery on the lines advocated by William Morris, using local labour and raw materials such as local red clay from Moreton, Wirral.

Realised: $340


An Ashby Guild Arts and Crafts baluster vase
the deep red glaze with mottled green and pale highlights. Impressed oval makers mark. H.136mm.

Realised: $110