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Sale FS24; Lot: 0210: Thomas Musgrave Joy [1812-1866] - Full-length portrait of Arthur Scotland Yates, his mother and pet dog on a veranda - signed and dated TM Joy 1844 bottom left oil on canvas 235 x 143cm.

Sale: FS24 (28 Oct 2014)
Auction Lot: 0210
Estimate: £2,000-£3,000
Realised: £10,000
Thomas Musgrave Joy [1812-1866] - Full-length portrait of Arthur Scotland Yates, his mother and pet dog on a veranda - signed and dated TM Joy 1844 bottom left oil on ...

Sale BK5; Lot: 0334: A Catalogue of the different Specimens of Cloth Collected in the Three Voyages of Captain Cook to the Southern Hemisphere.

Sale: BK5 (30 Mar 2011)
Auction Lot: 0334
Estimate: £40,000-£50,000
Realised: £130,000
A Catalogue of the different Specimens of Cloth Collected in the Three Voyages of Captain Cook to the Southern Hemisphere.

Sale FS29; Lot: 1091: A George III mahogany breakfront secretaire library bookcase, with pierced fret, the upper part with a pierced fret central swan neck pediment, enclosed by a pair of central astragal glazed panel doors, flanked by an enclosed astragal glazed cupboard to either side, the lower part having a central fall enclosing a fitted interior with small drawers and pigeon holes, the cupboard below enclosed by a pair of doors flanked by four short drawers to either side, on a plinth base, 201cm (6ft 7in) high, 235cm (7ft 8 1/2in) high.

Sale: FS29 (19 Jan 2016)
Auction Lot: 1091
Estimate: £4,000-£6,000
Realised: £5,500
A George III mahogany breakfront secretaire library bookcase, with pierced fret, the upper part with a pierced fret central swan neck pediment, enclosed by a pair of central astragal glazed ...