44 A chip carved brush holder and brushes, kauri pine, 19th century, 34cm high, 20cm wide, 7cm deep PROVENANCE The Rodney Pemberton Collection $120–200 ❖ 45 A tabletop picture stand easel, pine with gilt metal Egyptian style mounts, 19th century, 95cm high, 46cm across PROVENANCE The Rodney Pemberton Collection $150–250 ❖ 46 Two Australian timber boxes, cedar and kauri pine, 19th century, one stamped “Leslie M. Grigg” , the larger 36cm across (2) $200–300 ❖ 47 A pair of of Australian picture frames, cedar and kauri pine, 19th century 48.5 x 41cm (internal size 29.5 x 22cm) (2) $300–500 ❖ 48 A blackbean timber picture frame, Queensland origin, 19th century with Scheltema print 49cm x 41cm $100–200 ❖ 49 A pokerwork nut bowl decorated with 4 koalas, huon pine, circa 1920 23cm diameter $300–500 ❖ 50 A turned blackwood comport, Tasmanian origin, circa 1920 19cm high, 30cm diameter $60–100 ❖ 51 A pokerwork table lamp base, circa 1920 35cm high $60–100 ❖ 52 Two Australian pokerwork vases, circa 1925 51cm and 31cm high (2) $300–500 ❖ 53 Two timber boxes, Australian cedar and black walnut, 19th and 20th century the cedar box 36cm across (2) $250–350 ❖ 54 An Australian pokerwork vase with leaf and berry motif, circa 1920 15cm high $60–100 ❖ 55 PELACO “Spot Welded Starchless Collars” , circa 1950, painted plywood point-of-sale advertisement featuring the face of “Pelaco Bill” 38.5cm diameter. The original ‘Pelaco Bill’ drawing was completed by A. T. Mockridge for Pelaco in the early 1920s. The image of ‘Pelaco Bill’ was adapted into different forms and advertising campaigns by Pelaco through the 1920s until the early 1950s. $250–350 58 55 14