Art & Antiques

9 Jan 2013, starting at 10:00 GMT .

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Vincent Brooks (British, 1814-1885) Swanage Bay hand coloured lithograph, c. 1869, printed by Day & Son Lithographers, 350 x 540mm (13 3/4 x 21 1/4in)(PL)

Jerome Girardier (French, active circa 1896) A Young Boy, wearing a white chemise edged with blue and white stripes, a blue and white striped sailor collar, tied with a black ribbon bow

After Adam Buck, 19th Century A Mother and Child, reclining on a chaise longue; the former, wearing white Directoire-style dress with matching 'antique' headdress, her brown hair upswept in a Psyche knot; the latter, wearing white chemise dress and holding a book in the left hand

Henry Bone, R.A. (British, 1755-1834), after Guido Reni (Italian, 1575-1642) Head of Christ

French School, circa 1780 Two portrait miniatures of Ladies: the first, wearing dress of white skirt, white sleeves and pink bodice, pink ribbon bows to each sleeve, her bodice laced, white lace trim to her décolleté, a white lace kerchief draped around her shoulders and tied at her corsage, powdered wig; the second wearing sky blue dress with frilled trim to her sleeve and a white lace bow at her corsage, white slip trimmed with lace, her powdered wig dressed with pink roses and white plumes

George Place (Irish, died 1805) A Lady, wearing white dress with frilled neckline and lace slip, a small gold buckle to her waistbelt, gold hoop earring, her powdered hair dressed with a tied white bandeau

Adalbert Suchy (Austrian, 1783-1849), after Caspar Netscher (Dutch 1639-1684) The Death of Cleopatra

Frederick Buck (Irish, 1771-circa 1840) A Gentleman, wearing dark blue coat, white waistcoat, chemise, stock and cravat, his wig powdered

English School, 18th Century A Gentleman, wearing burnt umber coat, white chemise, waistcoat, stock and knotted cravat, his powdered wig worn en queue

James Heath Millington (British, 1799-1872) A Lady, wearing white dress with lace trim to her décolleté, bronze sash, her red stole edged with embroidery and draped around her arms, pendant monocle suspended from her neck on a gold chain, gold diadem and diamond pendant earring, her dark hair curled and piled high on top of her head (cracked)

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