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A pair of Royal Doulton plates, each painted Joseph Hancock, with cod within a gilt border Signed J Hancock. 23 cm diameter

An S. Hancock & Sons Titian Ware handpainted jug signed to base 'F.X. Abraham' 13 cm high

An impressive George Cartlidge designed vase, cylindrical form, rounding out at the shoulders. Tubelined decoration of thistles in purple, raspberry and turquoise on a black ground, from the Morrisware range by Hancock & Sons. Some chipping to base. Height

Three various porcelain vases, including Copenhagen; Aynsley; and Hancock Coronaware. Height 18 cm. (average)

A stoneware dinner service, Corona Ware, maker S Hancock & Sons Stoke on Trent England old Woodstock Rd

S. Hancock & Son Coronaware vase, Autumn handpainted, Molly Hancock

Hancock R, Very Rare 18th century View of The Waterfall of Niagara, A 'perspective view' of Niagara drawn by Hancock, by Robert Sayers' view published in London, circa 1751-1770, which in turn derived from the view of the falls first published in Louis Hen

A pair of Sampson Hancock floral urns, early 20th century', ovoid shaped with a broad flared rim and spreading foot, with fantastic creature scroll handles and decorated with a reserve of summer flowers upon an apple green ground, with gilt basketweave and

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