Snaffles (Charles Johnson Payne) 1884-1967; ”The Pig-Esticker”, colour print, signed by the artist in pencil, 8.75 inches x 11.5 inches (22.5 x 29 cm), framed and glazed; together with ”The Chase after a Hog”, after Samuel Howett, 12.5 inches x 17.5 inches (32 x 44.5 cm), some staining, framed and glazed (2).
Vaughan Family Bible, Oxford 1807, large thick quarte, finely bound full crimson calf gilt, with family genealogical notes to front end papers.
Edward Williames Vaughan Salisbury’s Eton College prayer book, inscribed, 1778; together with Caernarvonshire, a sketch of its history, 1792, with book plate of Sir R.W. Vaughan, Bart, Rûg (2). Nannau Schedule of Contents 1958 (No 86-The Eton College Prayer Book).
Sir Robert Howel Vaughan (1724-1792); Douglas, a tragedy (by John Home), London 1757, with various names and initials of members of the family superimposed as the cast, Sir Robert playing the part of the Stranger, together with another volume (2).
Book of Common Prayer, full red calf gilt, 1731, ”The Gift of Ann Williames of Erbistock” (wife of Robert Howel Vaughan) to her sister in law, Catherine Vaughan of Hengwrt”; Homer’s Odyssey 1567, with bookplate of Sir R.W. Vaughan, Bart, Rûg, and three other volumes (5).
Vaughan, Robert (2nd Baronet), British Antiquities Revived, on a friendly contest touching the Sovereignty of the Three Princes of Wales, Bala 1834.
The Log Book of Hog- Hunters’ Hall, A Pigsticking Diary 1909, printed at The Times Press, Bombay.
Document on vellum, being a bard to Griffith Nanney for the peaceful enjoyment of Doluwcheogryd, dated 1596, framed and glazed. Nannau Schedule of Contents 1958 (No.1A).
Vaughan family papers, relating to Sir Robert Williames Vaughan (2nd Baronet), Sir Robert Williames Vaughan (3rd Baronet), and John Vaughan of India, together with some ephemeral pieces, drawings, etc, 1st half 19th Century, contained within a contemporary pine box with brass carry handles.
Cookery receipts; two volumes, one dated 1823, the other 1859, together with a large quantity of loose receipts (a lot).
Quantity of mixed ephemera; including a group of Welsh engraved letter sheets, scrap album, newspaper cuttings, posters, etc, largely 19th Century (a lot).
Ellinor Catherine Vaughan (1865-1944), sister of Sir Robert, and Major-General John Vaughan; Game books 1894-95, Visitors book for Deluwcheogryd 1913-1944, leather bound shooting and fishing record Maes-y-Bryner from 1924, photograph albums, common place book, maps of the Nannau estate, her charming photograph album fully captioned and partly illustrated with humorous drawings, inscribed at front ”Photographs by Ellinor C. Vaughan, President of the Royal Cambrian Photographic Society 1890”, together with other ephemera and her portrait miniature on ivory (a lot).