The Racing Sale

20 Jul 2007, starting at 10:00 BST

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Herbert H. St. John Jones (British, 1870-1939) 'Kitty', a bay hunter standing in a stable yard (unframed.)

J.P.Bayzand (British, c.1900) Figure of a jockey in purple and white hooped silks (and another by the same hand, both unframed.(2))

William Webb (British, 1780-1846) Horses resting beneath a tree, country house beyond

W.V. Longe (British, 1857-1924) Going for the line and two others. (3)

Frances Mabel Hollams (British, 1870-1943) 'Jack Leal' in a stable interior together with five photographs of the horse at racecourses early 1950's including one with Dick Francis up.

Alfred Bright (British, active 1890-1937) An album of horseracing interest Signed and inscribed on the flyleaf 'Some recollections of great horses, and some old sketches by an "Old Timer", Alfred Bright Penhill, Aughton, Ormskirk, Lancs', containing 46 watercolours largely relating to studs and horses in Yorkshire, especially Middleham, and Lancashire, together with numerous photographs of horses and the artist's own paintings of horses and racing subjects, together with letters and documents,

Alfred Bright (British, active 1890-1937) An album of horseracing interest Containing 18 watercolours of horses and studs, numerous photographs and other ephemera, the watercolours signed, inscribed and dated, the other items extensively annotated,

Alfred Bright (British, active 1890-1937) An album of horseracing interest Signed and inscribed on the flyleaf 'Chiefly illustrating my notes on Ireland, Alfred Bright, Penhill, Aughton, Ormskirk, 1933', containing 22 watercolours of Irish scenes and horses, c.1900-1930, together with numerous photographs of horses and the artist's paintings, together with historic prints and letters,

Alfred Bright (British, active 1890-1937) An album of horseracing and topographical interest Containing watercolours, drawings, photographs and letters relating to the artist's travels in New Zealand, Australia, Panama, Venezuela and New Mexico, with particular watercolours of his visits to the Auckland and Perth races, the watercolours signed, inscribed and dated, the other items extensively annotated,

Peter Curling (Irish, born 1955) Perfect English

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