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Collection of five Victorian Staffordshire small animal figures

Two Victorian large Staffordshire figures entitled Rob Roy (fault) and William Tell

Large Victorian Staffordshire figure entitled band of Hope (Temperance Organisation for children founded in Leeds 1847)

Two Victorian large Staffordshire figures entitled William Tell (faults) and Scottish highlander

Crown Staffordshire figure of a leopard stamped to the base, length 15 cm

A Victorian Staffordshire pottery figure of a seated spaniel circa 1880, 38 cm high

A Victorian Staffordshire figure group 'The Reading Lesson', the seated woman with child. Height 20.5 cm. Provenance: The Barton Estate Collection, Australia, c.1980.

An early 19th century Staffordshire pulpit figure group 'Vicar and Moses', painted detail. Height 23 cm. Provenance: The Len and Alma Barton Estate Collection, Sydney Australia, c.1980.

Antique pair of Staffordshire spill figural 'Highlander' vases, approx 35 cm high, (2)

A rare pair of Victorian Staffordshire zebra figures, each with tree bocage on naturalistic base, Radloff collection 1967 sticker to base

A Staffordshire Pottery Victorian house and a Staffordshire Castle spill vase and pocket watch holder, 19th century, the flatback press moulded duo in apricot glaze with applied grit style climbing flowers, the castle with one turret serving as the spill v

Two Staffordshire Pottery figural groups, mid to later 19th century. two press moulded flat back figures including a Scottish highland couple holding a bird, in white with gilt highlights now faded to mauve, and a later female figure on horseback in a tan

A Staffordshire Pottery military figure of General Stewart, later 19th century, the press moulded figure, a military hero of the Sudan campaign on horseback, title in relief to base. Height 37 cm. Width 22 cm. Depth 7 cm

Antique Staffordshire painted Scottish Highlander figure, approx 37 cm high

Very large pair of mid-19th century Staffordshire figures of the 'Gamekeeper and His Lady' A/F

Four Staffordshire pearlware figures, late18th/early 19th century, including a figure of Diana, the largest 29 cm high

Three Staffordshire portrait figures, 19th century, including a sailor, a forester and a highlander, the largest 28 cm high

Three Staffordshire portrait figures, 19th century, the largest 28 cm high

Three Staffordshire portrait figures, 19th century, Including St. George and the Dragon, the largest 23 cm high

Three Staffordshire female portrait figures, 19th century, the largest 21 cm high

Three Staffordshire portrait figures of dancers, 19th century, the largest 29 cm high

Three Staffordshire portrait figure spill vases, 19th century, the largest, the foresters spill vase, 29 cm high

Three Staffordshire portrait figures, 19th century, the largest 28 cm high

Three Staffordshire portrait figures, 19th century, including a figure of Napoleon, the largest 24 cm high

Three large Staffordshire portrait figure spill vases, 19th century, the largest 37 cm high

A Staffordshire portrait figure of King John signing the Magna Carta, 19th century, 32 cm high

A rare Staffordshire portrait figure of Sir Robert Peel, 19th century, 31 cm high

A rare Staffordshire portrait figure of Jenny Lind, 19th century, 29 cm high, Johanna Maria Lind (1820-1887), better known as Jenny Lind, was a Swedish opera singer, often known as the 'Swedish Nightingale'.

19th century Staffordshire jug, embossed with the Volunteers rifle Corps, with figures and trees to the green ground, restorations to handle, 22 cm high

Antique Staffordshire figural spill vase, approx 21 cm high

Pair of Staffordshire figures of poodles with pups, each 20 cm high (2)

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