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Text Only Catalogue for Sale No. 153: Fine Art, Antiques and Collectables - Saturday 5th May 2012

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A 2008 Volkswagen Polo Bluemotion 2, 1.4L TDi in metallic grey, 5DR, manual, private registration Y30 MDD, 14,850 miles, MOT and tax.
£5000 - £8000
2
A stone sink / trough used as a planter, 135 by 61 by 16cm high.
£120 - £160
3
A pair of cast iron garden tables of outswept tripod form with uniting undertier, painted white, circular mahogany surface, each 63 by 73cm high.
£240 - £280
4
A pair of Victorian cast iron garden urns, painted black, 50cm.
£200 - £300
5
A 19th century lead figure cast as a classical lady seated on a plinth holding two flagons, 67cm high.
£800 - £1000
6
A hand carved limestone curved garden bench, 100 by 45 by 46cm high.
£80 - £120
7
A hand crafted wheelbarrow garden ornament, 87cm long.
£30 - £50
8
A cast iron wood burning stove with its chimney and lid together with a wooden cart wheel mounted on a stand.
£60 - £100
9
A pair of high cattle horns, 98 by 45 by 40 high.
£20 - £30
10
A hand carved Clipsham limestone contemporary garden sculpture, 30 by 8 by 61cm high.
£40 - £60
11
A Bally, Chicago, wooden cased pin ball machine, illuminated, 85 by 11 by 147cm high.
£120 - £150
12
A child's rocking horse on a wooden swing base, the black horse constructed from real hide, 117 by 44 by 100cm high.
£60 - £80
13
A Chinese blue and white garden seat decorated with a garden landscape within a border of bats, 35 by 45.5cm high.
£30 - £50
14
A hand carved Ancaster hard white stone contemporary garden sculpture, 20 by 20 by 87cm high.
£70 - £100
15
A National brass cased cash till, no 826906, 59 by 38 by 54cm high.
£300 - £500
16
A late 19th century shop display solid pine model of an anvil, painted black, 67 by 30 by 30cm high.
£180 - £220
17
A Georgian style brass and iron fire grate with brass finials, 61 by 29 by 61cm high.
£70 - £100
18
A Victorian heavily carved dark oak fire surround, 174 by 28 by 134cm high externally, and 89 by 92cm internally.
£60 - £80
19
A steel chimney canopy, painted black, 120 by 70 by 120cm high.
£30 - £50
20
A steel chimney canopy, painted black, 120 by 55 by 165cm high.
£30 - £50
21
A pair of reconstituted stone panthers, modelled snarling and in a seated pose, painted black, on a naturalistic green painted base, 60cm high.
£30 - £50
22
A pair of terracotta corbels with moulded acorn relief, each 21 by 19 by 48cm high and a single corbel with moulded acanthus leaf relief, 29 by 22 by 51cm high, marked Armitage and Sons, Manchester & Sheffield. (3)
£150 - £200
23
A set of four teak/hardwood Rowlinson Garden Products folding garden chairs, each 81cm high.
£60 - £90
24
A Mayfair garden table, four chairs and a two seater bench along with a parasol and base.
£100 - £150
25
Eight apple crates, variously named, A.W. Ditch & Son, Saul & Bowman, Ltd., Lutton Marsh, J. H. Thompson (Farms) Ltd. 1959, Wotton Farming Co. WITH OPTION TO PURCHASE SIMILAR LOT AT SAME PRICE.
£30 - £50
25A
A blue and brass bound cabin trunk, 91 by 51 by 34cm high, and a wooden bound brown suitcase, 74 by 51 by 30cm high. (2)
£40 - £60
26
Six wooden apple crates, G Darley & Sons in green text, each 81 by 46 by 16cm. WITH OPTION TO PURCHASE TWO SIMILAR LOTS AT SAME PRICE.
£30 - £50
27
A five trunks and suitcases together with a set of bowling balls in a carrying case. (6)
£20 - £30
28
Three leather cases and a wooden bound trunk, one with P&O Steamer, Penninsular and Orient labels. (4)
£60 - £80
29
A quantity of tools including hammers, plains, chisels and a block and tackle.
£50 - £80
30
A Victorian domed trunk decorated to the lid M Courtney Esq, 38 by 36 by 62cm, a deed box with Herbert Waller Esq, and a green painted metal deed box, 32 by 47 by 19cm, a metal gun / ammunition box, plate to Sir G. P. Warner, and a further metal document box. (5)
£70 - £90
31
A late 19th century pine corner cupboard, the two full height doors revealing shelving within, from Leeds University, 125 by 66 by 240cm high.
£90 - £130
32
A wrought iron framed single bed, painted black, raised on castors.
£150 - £200
33
A pine chest of three long drawers with small bun handles, flanked by carved corbels, raised on turned bun feet, 87 by 47 by 79cm.
£60 - £80
34
A pine Welsh dresser with plate rack above base with three drawers above three cupboards, 155 by 54 by 199cm high.
£80 - £120
35
A large 18th century pine settle with corner section and shaped end, 228 by 75 by 145cm high
£200 - £300
36
A cedarwood apothecary chest of 18 drawers, 61 by 20 by 31cm.
£150 - £200
37
A pine blanket box with metal handles.
£20 - £40
38
A 19th century French painted press cupboard with moulded cornice and carved foliate design frieze above three panel doors, flanked by fluted composite pilasters with acanthus scroll capitols, raised on a plinth base, painted grey, 132 by 56 by 183cm high.
£180 - £220
39
A pair of Edwardian cane bedroom chairs, and one further cane chair. (3)
£30 - £50
40
A shop display cabinet by F. Maund and E. Berg, Old Street, London, 121cm by 51 by 92cm high.
£100 - £200
41
An oak drawer leaf dining table raised on square supports, 121 by 91 by 75cm high.
£30 - £50
42
An early 20th century oak coat and umbrella stand, 32 by 37 by 182 cm high.
£40 - £60
43
A set of four 20th century solid seated stained beech chairs with turned splat and turned supports joined by stretchers.
£40 - £60
44
A pine plate rack, the shaped cornice above three shelves, 188 by 21 by 136cm high.
£40 - £60
45
A Thonet bentwood open armchair with Thonet Poland pressed seat and bentwood beech arms.
£50 - £80
46
An Edwardian mahogany glazed bookcase of two shelves with carved cornice over a chest of two over three drawers, raised on turned bun feet, 117 by 49 by 206cm high.
£30 - £40
46A
An Edwardian inlaid mahogany display cabinet with two shelves, 113 by 37 by 147cm high.
£70 - £100
47
A three piece suite of three seat sofa, 200 by 82 by 80cm high and two matching chairs, 90 by 87 by 77cm high, upholstered in beige foliate design fabric. (3)
£40 - £80
48
A set of serpentine mahogany hanging wall shelves with turned spindles, 62 by 20 by 62cm.
£60 - £80
49
A Barcamino oak stool carved with oak leaves, a three legged stool carved with intertwined ribbons, and a Victorian Jacobean style carved low oak stool. (3)
£60 - £80
50
A 1960s oak twin pedestal dining table, 162 by 91 by 74cm high.
£100 - £150
50A
A set of four blonde Ercol, beech and elm high spindle back chairs, circa 1970, all with original labels to seat bases, 98cm high.
£80 - £120
51
An oak carver chair with carved back rail and rush seat, raised on tapering, straight legs.
£40 - £60
52
An Arts and Crafts low open armchair with copper inlay shield to the backrest, bobbin turned rail and cane seat together with a Victorian mahogany high back open armchair with turned supports and double stretchers. (2)
£100 - £150
53
A 1920s walnut bowfronted sideboard with brass drop handles, 150 by 120 by 64cm deep.
£60 - £80
54
A Victorian oval oak drop leaf table raised on bobbin turned legs and white castors, 68 by 49 by 54cm.
£80 - £120
55
A pair of Edwardian rosewood bedroom chairs with boxwood stringing, and an Edwardian child's chair. (3)
£60 - £80
56
A G-Plan dressing table, 153 by 46 by 120cm high.
£80 - £120
57
An Italian four piece sofa upholstered in taupe suede, arranged with end chaise as a corner suite, 4 by 3.3m.
£200 - £400
58
Two parlour chairs upholstered in cream with leather top frame and pierced slat backs.
£20 - £40
59
An Edwardian mahogany dressing chest of two drawers raised on tapering, straight legs, 84 by 47 by 78cm.
£30 - £50
60
A camel seat stool from Dubai, 1975, the pommels carved as two dromedaries with a seat upholstered in goatskin, 70 by 35 by 48cm high.
£40 - £60
61
An oak hall chair with carved splat, fruiting vines flanked by barley twist columns over solid seat, raised on turned supports.
£30 - £50
62
A 1930s brown leather wing back armchair with embossed backrest, 83 by 72 by 84cm high.
£30 - £50
63
A set of six Archie Stone 1970s hardwood dining chairs, 78cm high.
£80 - £120
64
A Beautilly cocktail sideboard with pull out drinks counter, 161 by 44 by 79 cm high.
£60 - £80
65
A G-Plan chest of four drawers, 72 by 44 by 76cm high.
£60 - £80
66
An oval Ercol extending dining table, 115 by 115 by 74cm high.
£60 - £90
67
A G-Plan three drawer wardrobe, 123 by 59 by 176cm high.
£80 - £120
68
A pair of early 20th century stained teak bookcases with dentil moulded cornice and raised on bracket feet, 90 by 32 by 32cm high.
£180 - £200
69
Three pairs of hand finished floral fabric curtains, cream ground with flowers of dark red, gold, pink and green, with goblet heading and a tartan flounce finished with tassel fringing, each set has a drop of 221cm and widths of 180cm, 150cm and 150cm, each set with corded tie backs.
£150 - £200
69A
A 1930s three seater sofa, 204 by 103 by 83cm, and a matching foot stool, 63 by 52 by 43cm. (2)
£30 - £50
70
A mid 20th century bentwood hat and coat stand, 204cm high.
£30 - £50
71
An early 20th century three door mahogany wardrobe with blind fretwork design to door, 150 by 51 by 206cm high, a/f.
£60 - £80
72
An oval extending wind out dining table with cabriole legs, 120 by 102 by 75cm high, plus a single leaf 31cm wide.
£150 - £250
73
A 20th century mahogany dressing table with gallery over two short above one long drawer raised on cabriole supports, 114 by 49 by 79 cm high.
£40 - £60
74
A leather button back wing armchair with scroll arms, 87 by 73 by 104cm.
£100 - £150
75
An Arts and Crafts style oak gateleg table with pegged stretcher, 139 by 80 by 72cm high.
£20 - £40
76
A set of eight French dining chairs, including two carvers, with shaped splats and overstuffed seats upholstered in floral fabric, the cabriole front legs joined by a turned H stretcher. (8)
£200 - £300
77
An set of Aesthetic movement library armchairs; a grandmother and a grandfather chair with carved oak frames, turned supports and buttoned with the original rexine. (2)
£150 - £200
78
A reproduction oak glazed display cabinet, over two door cupboard with linen fold decoration, raised on short straight legs, 95 by 33 by 135cm.
£50 - £80
79
An early 20th century oak credence table with a fold over top and single frieze drawer, 92 by 48 by 82cm.
£80 - £120
80
A walnut veneered cocktail cabinet with carved pediment over twin doors, brass mounted over two drawers with carved apron raised on carved cabriole supports terminating in pad feet, 83 by 41 by 159cm high.
£60 - £100
81
A pair of early 20th century mahogany and walnut single pedestal wine tables, raised on cabriole legs, 50cm high together with another later, 52cm high. (3)
£60 - £80
82
A hand knotted Persian rug, red ground, dark blue borders and three joined blue medallions, 111 by 140cm.
£50 - £60
83
A Victorian oval gilt composition mirror, lacking candle holders, 55 by 39cm, and a smaller rococo style mirror, 46 by 23cm. (2)
£60 - £90
84
A George III single pedestal tripod table, the tilt top of rectangular form with rounded corners, on turned column terminating in tripod supports, 70cm high.
£50 - £80
85
An oak canteen table, containing plated cutlery, raised on turned legs united by an undershelf.
£40 - £60
86
A late 19th century Dutch mahogany two handled tray with two coopered brass bands, 53 by 32cm wide.
£150 - £180
87
A Queen Anne style walnut drinks cabinet on cabriole legs, 72 by 42 by 147cm high.
£70 - £90
88
A Victorian mahogany occasional table, the octagonal top raised above turned supports, united by a shaped undertier, capped on castors, 61 by 75cm.
£50 - £80
89
A walnut stool with carved acanthus leaf cabriole legs, upholstered in a mustard coloured velour.
£40 - £60
90
Five Edwardian mahogany caned bedroom chairs, inlaid with ebony stringing and boxwood, each 82cm high.
£50 - £80
91
A 19th century pine table with a single drawer, raised on green painted legs on brass castors, a/f, 133 by 73 by 75cm high.
£40 - £60
92
A Victorian mahogany corner cabinet with cornice above a single panel door, 41 by 74 by 103cm high.
£80 - £120
93
Five 19th century Oriental stained pine carved and painted screens, each panel with four fielded panels below pierced and painted roundels, pegged, each panel 63 by 92cm.
£200 - £400
94
An Edwardian mahogany armchair upholstered in floral fabric, raised on square, tapering legs.
£50 - £80
95
Two mahogany standard lamps.
£40 - £60
96
A set of six walnut veneered Queen Anne style dining chairs with urn shaped splat over overstuffed seats, raised on cabriole supports terminating in pad feet, joined by slender stretchers.
£200 - £300
97
A late 20th century ornate French cocktail cabinet with ormolu mounted and quarter veneered panels, the cabinet over a secretaire drawer with two further highly embeleshed panels below, 128 by 54 by 145cm high.
£220 - £280
98
A French mahogany, brass inlaid and painted bonheur du jour, late 19th century, the tambour top opening to reveal a pen tray and three frieze drawers, fall flap painted with allegorical figures, doves and floral swags against a gilt ground, above a single frieze drawer, raised on channeled, tapering cylindrical legs, 67 by 41 by 85.5cm.
£150 - £200
99
A South American carved softwood four fold pierced panel screen, decorated over a black ground brightly with various marine life.
£80 - £120
100
An Edwardian pine and metal mounted four step folding ladder with shaped handles, 74 by 43 by 113cm high.
£40 - £60
101
A Victorian washstand with single frieze drawer raised on channelled and fluted legs, with shaped under tier, 118 by 54 by 72cm high.
£30 - £50
102
A Victorian oak and elm carver kitchen chair with turned spindles and legs united by stretchers.
£150 - £200
103
A mahogany three tier cake stand, 92cm high.
£40 - £60
104
A Chinese white glazed porcelain table lamp with reticulated prunus blossom decoration, 37cm high, and a pair of blue glazed lamp bases, 28cm high. (3)
£50 - £80
105
A 19th century ash low back Windsor chair, the turned supports joined by an H-stretcher, a/f, 91cm.
£150 - £250
106
An oak Globe Wernicke style bureau bookcase.
£140 - £160
107
A Victorian mahogany veneered three door wardrobe with cornice over central mirrored door, flanked by two doors on plinth base, 160 by 54 by 204cm high.
£60 - £120
108
A mahogany framed wall mirror with carved and pierced design to frame, 120 by 63cm wide.
£50 - £80
109
An Edwardian mahogany and inlaid revolving desk chair, presentation plaque to back rail, raised on castors.
£250 - £280
109A
An early 20th century mahogany drop leaf table raised on cabriole legs and pad feet, 149 by 106 by 76cm high, and four Queen Anne style dining chairs, 107cm high. (5)
£60 - £90
110
A balloon and button back nursing chair raised on cabriole supports.
£30 - £50
111
A brass and glass lamp, with a beige opaque glass shade with a fluted rim, 53cm, and a pair of white marble spiral fluted baluster vase form lamp bases, 43cm. (3)
£30 - £50
112
A Victorian oak two part corner cabinet, with glazed upper section above a panel door carved in deep relief with hop tendrils, 70 by 210cm high.
£200 - £300
113
A Victorian oak love seat carved with fruiting vines raised on turned legs.
£40 - £60
114
A Victorian button back green upholstered nursing chair raised on turned legs with ceramic castors.
£150 - £200
115
A pair of walnut veneered bedside tables with gallery back over single drawer over open enclosure over door above shaped apron and scroll feet, each 41 by 40 by 80cm high.
£30 - £50
116
A harlequin set of five 19th century mahogany bar back dining chairs with dust pink fabric.
£200 - £300
117
A WWII nest of three circular campaign tables with bolt on cabriole legs, the largest 40cm diameter by 49cm high.
£60 - £80
118
An oak barley twist pipe smokers table, 100cm high, and a 1930s similarly decorated candle stick with carved leaf turned base with three feet, 107cm high.
£50 - £80
119
A Victorian oak rocking chair with overstuffed seat, ladderback and back cushion, 103cm high.
£70 - £90
119A
A late 19th/early 20th century stick back armchair with solid elm seat, 107cm high.
£30 - £50
120
A Victorian flame mahogany chest of drawers, inlaid and with bone escutcheons, with cock beading to the drawers, canted corners, raised on splay feet.
£180 - £240
121
A 19th century high back Windsor chair with carved and pierced splat, turned supports and H-stretcher, 105cm high.
£180 - £220
122
A 20th century Regency style mahogany and crossbanded D-end dining table, raised on quadripartite serpentine shaped legs, the D-ends supported on single tapering supports, two leaves, when extended 198 by 97 by 75cm high.
£50 - £80
123
An 18th century oak longcase clock, eight-day movement, with a twelve inch brass dial with cast spandrels, the brass chapter ring with engraved and painted Roman numerals, date aperture, surmounted by two cast brass images of plenty, the dial engraved Jn Davis, Dolegeirwch, the domed hood flanked with pillars, with waisted trunk with arched door, 206cm high.
£400 - £450
124
A 19th century mahogany and line inlaid dining table of three sections, all raised on square inlaid tapering supports, the central table with two drop leaves and gateleg action, with brass bracket joiners, when extended 276 by 120 by 74cm high.
£650 - £750
125
A 19th century mahogany framed spinet, the internal workings removed and converted into a writing desk, raised on square tapering supports capped on brass castors, 161 by 57 by 85cm high.
£40 - £60
126
A chandelier, 62cm diameter, two hanging clear glass dome lights, a pair of matt white plafonniers, 42cm diameter, and an alabaster or similar plafonnier, 62 cm diameter. (6)
£20 - £40
127
A 19th century high back Windsor chair with carved and pierced splat, heavy carved armrest, turned supports and double cross stretchers, 108 cm high.
£200 - £300
128
A longcase clock with painted dial, by Hunt of Salisbury, in pine case with Roman numerals to clock face, twin train movement with subsidiary second dial and date aperture, circa 1790, 203cm high.
£300 - £400
129
A 20th century Italian pietra dura octagonal table, raised on 19th century white painted tripod base, the central motif of a comport of fruit surrounded by eight panels each decorated with a variety of fruiting flora, composed of various hardstones including lapiz lazuli, 120 by 72.5cm high.
£1250 - £1500
130
A Queen Anne walnut chest on stand base, converted to a desk with later surface, the three drawers with brass handles and escutcheons, cross and feather banded, raised on cabriole legs and pad feet, 102 by 55 by 84cm high.
£500 - £800
131
A George II walnut and oak lined drop leaf circular tea table with a lift top, raised on pad feet, 72 by 70 by 69cm high.
£100 - £150
132
A set of four Queen Anne style mahogany dining chairs, circa 1930, the drop in seats upholstered in red leather, 102cm high.
£40 - £60
133
A set of six oak Gothic revival dining chairs raised on turned supports joined by stretchers, with overstuffed calico covered seats, each 100cm high.
£150 - £200
134
A pair of green leather buttoned window seats with concave ends, raised on turned and tapering mahogany and walnut legs, each 106 by 45 by 47cm high
£600 - £700
135
An Edwardian mahogany and crossbanded compactum double wardrobe, the outswept pediment above two doors enclosing a hanging space, drawers and shelves, above two further frieze drawers, raised on bracket feet, measuring 127 by 55 by 206cm high.
£100 - £150
136
A Victorian mahogany veneered bowfront chest of two short over three long graduated drawers with bun handles, raised on turned supports, 92 by 52 by 111cm high.
£250 - £350
137
A Duplex adjustable brass standard lamp with fluted stand with three supports, the reservoir in mottled glass with white milk glass shade and double burner, circa 1900, 44cm high.
£80 - £120
138
A 19th century elm rush seated elbow chair with pierced urn splat, raised on straight supports joined by stretchers.
£90 - £140
139
An Edwardian walnut Davenport with brass gallery, brown leather skivver, and brown ceramic castors, 53 by 53 by 75cm high.
£300 - £380
140
An Edwardian mahogany and boxwood line inlaid corner display cabinet, the broken neck pediment above an astragal glazed door enclosing two shelves, on a cupboard base and bracket feet, 205cm high.
£200 - £300
141
A Victorian mahogany and satinwood cross banded music chest of four drawers raised on tapering, square legs united by a shaped undertier, 51.5 by 39 by 92cm high.
£150 - £200
142
An Edwardian revolving bookcase, inlaid with pierced panels raised on slender cabriole supports with undertier, and pad feet, 46 by 78cm high.
£350 - £400
143
A 19th century oak tilt top tripod table of rounded rectangular form, raised on a turned support, 68 by 54 by 72cm high.
£60 - £80
144
A George III pegged dresser, closed back with two plate shelves, two drawers and with two cupboard doors below, 140 by 151 by 204cm high.
£1500 - £1800
145
A George III mahogany two tier corner washstand, with ebony stringing and with frieze drawer raised on outswept legs, 65 by 112cm high.
£150 - £200
146
A Victorian pink upholstered button back armchair, turned legs and castors.
£150 - £200
147
A mahogany cupboard on chest, with cornice over twin panel doors over three graduated crossbanded drawers, above shaped apron over carved short cabriole supports with scroll feet, 73 by 42 by 147cm.
£150 - £200
148
A modern light green upholstered, deep buttoned armchair, raised on turned legs and castors.
£40 - £60
149
A mahogany wall hanging corner cupboard with dentil cornice over astragal glazed doors flanked by two canted glazed panels over shaped apron above wall shelf and bracket below, 44 by 30 by 117cm high.
£40 - £60
150
A carved oak demi side table with foldover top and single frieze drawer raised on turned legs, 92 by 46 by 82cm.
£40 - £60
151
An Edwardian Maple & Co mahogany writing desk with galleried back, with centre drawer and three graduated drawers either side, with turned ebony knobs, raised on tapering legs on brass castors, 138 by 60 by 79cm.
£250 - £350
152
A post-war button back armchair with pink upholstery.
£80 - £120
153
A Georgian walnut bow front dressing table with a low galleried top, two frieze drawers, ebony cock beading, raised on ring turned legs, 105 by 55 by 80cm high.
£200 - £300
154
A burr walnut centre table raised on turned and barley twist pedestals with outswept and carved feet, with turned stretchers, 50 by 90 by 72cm high.
£300 - £500
155
A George III mahogany bowfront chest of drawers raised on bracket feet, 106 by 52 by 107cm.
£300 - £400
156
A Victorian Aesthetic taste mahogany and boxwood inlaid two tier bedside table with ring turned legs, circa 1890, 40 by 40 by 68cm.
£40 - £60
157
A Victorian mahogany serving buffet with two drawers, with turned single stretcher joining two turned and fluted pedestals on bun feet, 104 by 58 by 109cm.
£400 - £600
158
An Arts & Crafts carved floral two fold fire screen, 66 by 2 by 74cm high.
£150 - £200
158A
A walnut demilune table with single cabriole leg and giltwood decoration, a/f, 65 by 21 by 74cm
£100 - £150
159
A Victorian oak centre table raised on cabriole legs, 51 by 51 by 65cm high.
£60 - £90
160
A walnut mirrored sideboard server with upper shelf, two drawers and two cupboards, with fielded panels and Art Nouveau handles, 123 by 52 by 170cm high.
£300 - £400
161
A George III oak skeleton rectangular mirror, 58 by 25 by 53cm high, together with an oval mahogany swing mirror, 53 by 26 by 53cm high.
£80 - £120
162
A Globe Wernicke oak bookcase of five sections raised on a plinth base, 87 by 32 by 189cm high.
£400 - £600
163
A small elm joint stool, circa 1720, 32 by 20 by 23cm high.
£100 - £200
164
A George III elm oval drop leaf table on turned legs, with sun bleached, highly polished finish, 124 by 79 by 162cm high.
£400 - £600
165
A late 20th century commonwealth style solid oak trestle table with turned legs and H stretcher, 53 by 46 by 100cm high.
£300 - £500
166
A walnut collectors / specimen chest of nine full width drawers above two cupboard doors, revealing shelves, raised on a plinth base and feet, 100 by 81 by 81cm high.
£300 - £500
167
A set of Regency mahogany bar back dining chairs with overstuffed red leather seats, raised on fluted and turned legs, comprising two carvers and six single chairs. (8)
£200 - £300
168
A mahogany oval extending dining table with gadrooned border over recessed lip raised on large carved cabriole supports terminating in ball and claw feet. With winder, 176 by 105 by 74cm high.
£200 - £300
169
A Chinese lacquered and painted teachest, with hand wrought iron clasp, painted sides and floral and leaf decoration, 45 by 50 by 57cm high.
£100 - £150
170
An early 20th century walnut stool with tapestry seat raised on ball and claw feet, 55 by 44 by 41cm high.
£120 - £150
171
An Edwardian satin walnut, inlaid and cross banded bow fronted display cabinet, 36 by 53 by 89cm high.
£100 - £150
172
An oak Robert 'Mouseman' Thompson table lamp base, circa 1940, with relief carved mouse signature, 46cm high.
£100 - £200
173
A chest of two short over three long drawers raised on turned supports, 98 by 44 by 107cm high.
£50 - £80
174
A late 19th century campaign open armchair with green canvas carrying bag and back rest, missing seat, 54 by 54 by 90cm high.
£60 - £80
175
An Edwardian four door mahogany breakfront wardrobe, brass handles, with cornice above and raised on a plinth base, 220 by 54 by 189cm high.
£120 - £150
176
A mahogany tilt top breakfast table on single pedestal, circa 1820, 136 by 114 by 71cm high.
£500 - £600
177
A walnut veneered apprentice chest of two short and three long drawers, with turned bun handles, 29 by 17 by 30cm high.
£150 - £200
178
A walnut vitrine with shaped and bowed cross stretchers and turned legs, 64 by 46 by 70cm high.
£200 - £300
179
A late Georgian cross framed stool on pad feet, 52 by 48 by 35cm high.
£120 - £180
180
Two painted Regency chairs in faux bamboo with caned seats, and a faux bamboo open armchair, the reserves painted with figures, the legs entwined with garlands of flowers.
£250 - £300
181
A George III mahogany chest on chest, with dentil moulded cornice, brass drop swan neck handles and raised on bracket feet, 114 by 56 by 187cm high.
£800 - £1200
182
A George I walnut open armchair with vase shaped splat, tapestry upholstered, raised on cabriole legs.
£200 - £400
183
An ebonised mahogany and brass inlaid five drawer collector's cabinet, circa 1890, the serpentine front flanked by Corinthian columns supporting a deep ogee and dentil moulded breakfront cornice, raised on a plinth base, stamped to the reverse and to the top of each drawer Thomas Fry & Co., 54 by 35 by 51cm high.
£1000 - £1500
184
A George IV mahogany secretaire bookcase, the astragal glazed doors enclosing four shelves, above a secretaire drawer with an arrangement of six recesses and drawers, above three further long drawers, raised on bracket feet, 124 by 55 by 270cm high.
£500 - £800
185
A George III satinwood and ebony strung work table with a single frieze drawer raised on tapering straight legs, on brass castors, 51 by 38 by 77cm high.
£200 - £300
186
A Queen Anne chest on stand in figured walnut veneer, the interior fully fitted with gilt drop handles, brushing slide, cushion moulding, and frieze drawer below, 135 by 54 by 153cm high.
£2000 - £3000
187
A George I elm dresser, the Delft rack with shelves, above three drawers with applied moulding, a two door, four panel base, with pegged joints, 173 by 48 by 185cm high.
£1500 - £2000
188
An 18th century oak joint stool raised on baluster turned supports united by stretchers, 52 by 31 by 57cm high.
£150 - £200
189
A wheel back armchair and an Edwardian inlaid open armchair.
£100 - £150
190
An Edwardian walnut music chest of four drawers, 84 by 36 by 50cm.
£120 - £180
191
An elm and yew wood Windsor chair with crinoline stretcher.
£250 - £350
192
A late 19th century French tilt top side table with serpentine shaped top, with a quadripartite fluted column to the base, 102 by 68 by 73cm high.
£100 - £150
193
A 19th century mahogany part salon suite comprising two seater settee, the open oval back rests with carved and applied decoration, central shell cartouche, shaped arms and slender tapering front supports and sabre rear legs, upholstered in cream fabric with floral decoration, 95 by 52 by 99cm high, and a similar style chair, 101cm high. (2)
£250 - £350
194
A Victorian mahogany wind out dining table with one leaf and two half leaves, raised on turned legs, capped on castors, by Hewetson, Hexton, Tottenham Court Road, London, 236 by 121 by 74cm high
£200 - £300
195
A 19th century open armchair with blue upholstery on square tapering suppports terminating in castors.
£50 - £80
196
A harlequin set of eight Hepplewhite style dining chairs, seven with tapering square supports terminating on spade feet, with five matching chairs, a pair and a single, upholstered in floral design beige fabric, each 94cm high. (8)
£300 - £500
197
A Georgian mahogany Pembroke table raised on square tapering legs with brass castors, 94 by 92 by 69cm high.
£100 - £120
198
A Regency bedside cabinet with two short and one long drawer, raised on square section tapering legs, 91 by 30 by 74cm high.
£150 - £200
199
A George III mahogany secretaire bookcase, the outswept top above two Gothic arched doors, with turned pilasters, enclosing three shelves, above a secretaire drawer enclosing drawers and recesses, three further long graduated drawers, raised on bracket feet, 107 by 53 by 228cm high.
£1200 - £1800
200
A George III mahogany and boxwood line inlaid wheel barometer, engraved steel dial, D.Gugeri, Sheffield, 26 by 98cm high.
£100 - £150
201
A Fin de Siecle mahogany and rosewood cased wheel barometer, with thermometer, of neoclassical form, the swan neck pediment with urn surmount above a frieze inlaid with the head of Mercury, twin ionic columns, case marquetry inlaid with figures and a globe, above a fluted base, 32 by 101cm high.
£500 - £800
202
A mahogany banjo barometer with silvered dial by Thomas Wilson of Cambridge, with mercury thermometer above dial, 33 by 110cm high.
£60 - £100
203
A George III mahogany wheel barometer, Poncione Colombo & Co, No 180 High Holborn, London, circa 1800, with silvered dial, 26 by 93cm long.
£200 - £300
203A
A Short & Mason circular oak cased aneroid barometer with thermometer within a rope twist border, 22cm, late 19th century, and a further oak cased barometer with visible calibration, 22.5cm.
£40 - £60
204
An oak and walnut cased Vienna regulator, late 19th century, enamel dial bearing Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, 50 by 22 by 140cm high.
£200 - £300
205
A Dutch brass eight light electrified candelabra, 72cm diameter by 60cm.
£100 - £200
206
A French eight branch electrolier with shaped glass and lustre falls, 55 by 45cm high.
£220 - £280
207
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£0 - £0
208
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£0 - £0
209
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£0 - £0
210
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£0 - £0
211
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£0 - £0
212
A Turkoman rug in blue/black ground with multiple boteh design, red and cream borders with triangular edging, 126 by 200cm.
£70 - £90
213
An Arak rug with red ground, camel coloured diamond medallion, corners and border, 151 by 105cm.
£60 - £80
214
A Hamadan rug with black ground, four red medallions, zig zag line and rosette borders, 223 by 116cm.
£80 - £120
215
A Hamadan rug with red ground, the field filled with black diamonds, and black corners, blue central medallion, cream, blue and red borders, 214 by 136cm.
£80 - £120
216
A Kolya rug with red ground, fifteen stepped blue medallions, flower and rosette borders, 212 by 153cm.
£80 - £120
217
A Bahktiar rug with red ground, sixteen pointed star beige medallion and pendant anchors, filled floral field, 220 by 152cm.
£80 - £120
218
A Tabriz rug with red ground, central blue cream and red medallion, floral arabesque field, cream corners, wide blue floral border, 275 by 190cm.
£100 - £150
219
An Edwardian Turkish carpet, with red ground open field and central blue medallion, 260 by 393cm.
£450 - £650
220
A Kuba runner with beige ground, three square medallions inside three large conjoined red ground lozenge shaped medallions, multicoloured rosettes inside a blue border, 294 by 95cm.
£80 - £120
221
A Meshkabad runner with dark blue ground and geometric design, seven square and diamond shaped medallions joined by abstract and animal design, narrow camel coloured leaf border, 260 by 80cm.
£160 - £220
222
A Northern Chinese hand knotted rug with dark red ground and unusual abstract design, dark blue border with floral elements with white sawtooth edging, 206 by 157cm.
£200 - £300
223
An Ardabil rug with cream ground and complex geometric field design, three medallions joined by crosses, black border with rosettes, 185 by 95cm.
£150 - £180
224
A Kazak runner with filled cream field, small light blue corners, three light blue and red lozenge shaped medallions, two narrow blue and one wider red ground filled borders, 295 by 80cm.
£120 - £150
225
A Baluchi rug with cream ground and large black lozenge medallion decorated with birds and seven smaller medallions, the corners with vases of flowers and birds, one white and four red ground borders, 187 by 100cm
£150 - £200
226
A Tekke rug with red ground, 13 guls interspersed with smaller diamond and latchhook medallions, five rosette borders, 160 by 96cm.
£60 - £80
227
A central Persian runner with red ground and mina khani field and four red and white borders, 308 by 73cm.
£150 - £200
228
An Arbadil runner with cream ground, blue corners and five blue, white and red lozenge medallions, 290 by 82cm.
£200 - £300
229
An Kordi rug with light blue ground and two large white medallions centred by red eight pointed stars, with pendant anchors, three borders with rosettes, faded, 294 by 148cm.
£150 - £200
230
A Victorian engraved and coloured map of Huntingdonshire, 24 by 18cm.
£30 - £50
231
Three prints of Railway & Station maps of Rutlandshire, Northamptonshire and Lincolnshire, circa 1860, 23 by 27cm.
£60 - £90
232
John Speed: a map of Herefordshire, circa 1610, 40 by 52cm.
£200 - £300
233
A late 19th century religious calligraphic picture of 'Wisdom is Better than Gold', with photograph of the recipient, further prayers, verse and pictorial detailing, 28 by 20cm.
£30 - £50
234
A. Blooteling: a lithograph of Charles, Earl of Derby, Lord Stanley & Strange, in Hogarth frame, 34 by 26cm.
£80 - £120
235
Percy Martindale (1869-1943): a mezzotint of four budgerigars in a river landscape, signed lower left, published 1932, 32 by 24cm.
£30 - £50
236
Newton Fielding (1797-1856): a set of six coloured aquatints of cock fighting, circa 1853, published by R. Ackermann, Eclipse Sporting Gallery, 191 Regent Street, comprising 'Set Too', 'Fight', 'Throat', 'Knock Down', 'Recovery' and 'Death', 15 by 20cm. (6)
£120 - £180
237
Cecil Aldin: a pair of coaching scenes of The George Inn, Salisbury and The Golden Cross, Alresford, 16 by 14cm.
£40 - £60
238
Nigel Hemming: a print of 'Three Rovers', with blind stamp for Washington Green, 520/550, signed in pencil, 35 by 44cm, and four Victorian hand coloured lithographs mounted together, each 10 by 15cm.
£30 - £40
239
Thomas Gardner: an 18th century hand coloured engraving of The Road from London to Southampton, humbly inscrib'd to the Honourable John Wallop, Esq., 18 by 30cm.
£50 - £80
240
William Hogarth: a print of Southwick Fair, 1733, titled to lower mount, 45 by 34cm.
£100 - £200
241
L. S. Lowry: a print of 'Meetin Point', signed lower right in pencil with DBC blind stamp, 47 by 70cm.
£500 - £600
242
English School: a 19th century half length pastel portrait of Mrs Dale, signed and dated indistinctly lower right, 17 by 14cm.
£60 - £90
243
Max Beerbohm (1872-1956, British): an ink and pencil caricature of Joseph Chamberlain, Lord Mayor of Birmingham and Secretary of State for the Colonies, 25 by 15cm.
£1500 - £2000
244
English School: an 18th century pastel bust portrait of a gentleman looking left, 44 by 34cm.
£200 - £300
245
A 1940s pencil drawing in the manner of Rex Whistler showing an architectural arch with a stately building, peacock and abundant fruit, unsigned, unframed but rolled in an 'On His Majesty's Service' tube, 35 by 25cm.
£60 - £80
246
E Smith: a sketch of Alford water mill, signed lower right and dated 1882, 26 by 36cm, and four small bookplate prints. (5)
£40 - £60
247
Jacqueline Poole: a silkscreen print titled to the mount 'Lake Leproy', number 2 of 6, signed and dated '87 to the mount lower right, 28 by 44cm; and Judith Brooks: a pastel titled verso 'Two Bags Full', signed lower left, 75 by 54cm.
£30 - £50
248
D Freeborn Martin: a pair of charcoal and bodycolour half length portraits of a lady and gentleman, signed and dated lower left and right 1932, 32 by 26cm.
£60 - £90
249
English School: a 19th century charcoal of figures and cattle by a homestead, 14 by 16cm.
£40 - £60
250
English School: an early 20th century half length portrait miniature of a young lady, bears initials VG, 5.5 by 4.5cm.
£60 - £90
251
English School: an 18th century bust portrait miniature of a lady on ivory, 5 by 4cm.
£80 - £120
252
English School: a 19th century half length silhouette portrait miniature of a gentleman, 10 by 8cm.
£40 - £60
253
A group of four early 19th century silhouette portraits to include an oval pair identified verso as Elizabeth Lyde Smart and Antoinette Atherton Smart, 7 by 5.5cm, and two rectangular portraits identified verso as Mary Anne Smart and Mrs Dale, 7 by 6cm and 9 by 7cm. (4)
£60 - £90
254
An early 19th century silhouette portrait, identified as Mary Ann Warrington, another of William Warrington and a third of Mrs Sylvester, 8.5 by 7cm. (3)
£120 - £180
255
English School: an 18th century watercolour miniature portrait of a gentleman in an oval gilt brass frame, 6 by 4.5cm.
£80 - £120
256
A miniature painting on ivory of a Victorian gentleman in an oval setting, with information verso reading John McArthur, father of Donald Charles McArthur, in a yellow metal foliate design frame, 6.5 by 5cm.
£250 - £350
257
English School: a 17th century oval portrait miniature on copper of a half length portrait of a Puritan boy, 5.5 by 4.5m.
£150 - £200
258
An early 19th century oval miniature watercolour on ivory half length portrait of William Warrington, 7.5 by 6cm, in a gilt brass frame.
£100 - £150
259
Attributed to Anne Mee, nee Foldstone (British, circa 1770/75-1851): a portrait miniature, after Gainsborough, of a half length portrait of Mrs Hallet, titled 'The Morning Walk', 8.5 by 6.5cm.
£200 - £300
260
Carl Jager: a miniature watercolour portrait of Franz Shcubert, after Wilhelm August Rieder, in a tortoiseshell frame, the surface decorated with foliate swags on a worked matt ground, in cast brass oval and rectangular frame, 14 by 12cm.
£300 - £500
261
A 19th century oval silhouette portrait of a lady, Susan Pomeroy Gunart, 7 by 5cm, another of a gentleman, John Fox Smart, and a black frame containing a print of Elizabeth Fry. (3)
£80 - £120
262
An early 19th century silhouette portrait of a lady, Anne Bull, profiled facing right wearing a mob cap, 8 by 6cm, and a silhouette portrait of a boy, Thomas Dale Smart (1842-1901), 6 by 5cm.
£100 - £150
263
Juliet Pannett (1911-2005): a pair of oval watercolours portraits of a girl and boy, signed and dated 1968 lower right, 34 by 23cm.
£40 - £60
264
English School: a 19th century half length portrait miniature of a lady in 17th century costume, bears signature, 7.5 by 6cm.
£200 - £300
265
Blampied Clifford George (b.1875): a watercolour of 'Post Bridge, Dartmoor', titled verso, signed lower right, a Jersey artist, 24 by 34cm.
£50 - £80
266
Elizabeth Holland (British): a watercolour of 'Stamford, Barn Hill', signed lower left and dated '97, as well as a print of Stamford and a photograph of the same. (3)
£30 - £50
267
Patience Pearson (British): a 20th century still life watercolour of chestnuts, blackberries and cob nuts, signed lower right, 25 by 28cm.
£30 - £50
268
J S Roe (British): a watercolour of shipping on the Suez canal, signed and dated 1931 lower right, 29 by 50cm.
£40 - £60
269
A watercolour of a countryside scene with a building and two chickens to the fore, indistinctly signed lower right, gilt framed, 16 by 24cm.
£40 - £60
270
F Davies: a watercolour of a countryside barn seen through trees, signed lower left, 25 by 17cm.
£20 - £40
271
English School: a 19th century oval watercolour of a Naval fleet off shore with fishermen to the fore, 8 by 11cm.
£50 - £80
272
Douglas Carpenter (British): a pair of modern watercolours of Scottish castles, signed to margin lower right, in gilt frames, 33 by 40cm.
£60 - £80
273
William H Dyer: a watercolour of a moor with sheep and a stream to the centre, signed lower left, 25 by 35cm.
£120 - £150
274
E. Grabowski (Polish): a still life botanical watercolour of Valerian, in shades of red and white, signed lower right, 56 by 39cm.
£80 - £120
275
Indian School: a pair of 19th century watercolours of Sri Krishna meeting his brother Balram in the Rijah's garden and Sri Krishna on his victory ride after winning the battle against Rukmani, 23 by 29cm.
£300 - £500
276
T. E. Taylor: two watercolours of a highland scene with water to the fore and mountains to the background, and a crofters cottage in a mountain scene, both signed lower right, 27 by 38cm and 31 by 46cm.
£50 - £80
277
George Perfect Harding (1780-1853): a watercolour of a half length portrait of Sir Edward Hale, 2nd Bt, signed lower right, 15 by 12cm.
£100 - £150
278
General Stanley A. Burchett: a group of five miniature paintings depicting views of London Westminster, St Ives Cornwall, Christchurch Bournemouth, Windermere and a woodland view of Surrey, signed to bottom left margin and notated verso. (5)
£200 - £300
279
A. M. Cornforth (British): a watercolour of the cottage where Wordsworth was born, Cumberland, signed lower right, 18 by 23cm.
£120 - £180
280
William Collins (c1912): An early 20th century Pears Soap annual souvenir advertising chromolithograph, 'Happy as a King', 42 by 54cm.
£40 - £60
281
Nikolai Alekseevich (Ukranian, b.1939): a watercolour sketch of a young blue eyed boy with a Russian fur hat, unsigned but attributed verso, 40 by 28cm.
£100 - £150
282
Daniel Sherrin (1868-1940): a watercolour of a countryside scene with a river to the left and cottage to the fright, with a boat and people to the centre, signed lower left, 19 by 29cm.
£80 - £120
283
C. A. Fowler (British): a watercolour of the Pope's Palace, Avignon, titled lower left to mount and signed lower right to mount, 17 by 24cm, and an indistinctly signed watercolour titled lower right La Salute, Venice, 24 by 15cm.
£60 - £80
284
T. G. Roberts: four watercolour caricatures of Military Generals, a soldier, and a North African manservant, signed, with gold slip in oak frame, 28 by 23cm.
£200 - £400
285
F. Carleburg (c.1853): a watercolour of a masted sailing ship with the cliffs of Dover to the far left, titled to the mount 'Love Well Capt R Archibold', signed lower right F Carleburg Dordrecht, and dated 1853, 42 by 60cm.
£1200 - £1800
286
Charles Rowbotham: a watercolour titled to the mount 'On the lake, Brienz, Switzerland', with figure to the fore, signed lower right and attributed to the mount 'Chas. Rowbottom', 18 by 11cm.
£300 - £500
287
J Salter RA (Ex. 1848-1875): a watercolour of a Welsh mountain landscape with people in the middle distance wearing 19th century hats, signed and dated 1888 lower left, 24 by 32cm.
£150 - £200
288
A pair of watercolours of game scenes, indistinctly signed lower right, 12 by 16cm.
£50 - £80
289
A watercolour of a woodland scene, indistinctly signed lower left, 24 by 34cm.
£30 - £50
290
John Holloway: two watercolours of The Abberford Almshouses, and Shambles Corner, York, both signed lower right, one dated 71, 37 by 52cm and 40 by 28cm.
£60 - £100
291
Cecil Aldin: two prints of 'The Whip' and 'The Huntsman', in oak frames, 14 by 35cm.
£80 - £120
292
Ernest Knight: an oil on board of Zambezi Woods, signed lower right with biographical resume by Biddy Shillito, 50 by 41cm.
£50 - £80
293
Two oil on canvas reproductions in gilt frames of a Renoir and a Van Gogh, together with a composition frame with egg and dart border, 48 by 42cm. (3)
£60 - £80
294
C Harrison: an oil on board of a huntsman and hounds taking a fence, signed lower right, unframed, 25 by 35cm.
£40 - £60
295
English School: a 19th century oil on board of a gentleman on horseback with two dogs to the right, 20 by 15cm.
£80 - £120
296
C.R. D'Oyly-John (1906-93): an oil on board of a coastal port scene in the West Indies, signed lower centre, 38 by 50cm.
£350 - £450
297
Henri Duringer (1892-1980): an oil on board of Les Cepes, signed Henri and verso Duringer Henri Port Navalo Morbihan, 40 by 27cm.
£80 - £120
298
V. M. Savin (Russian, b. 1907): an oil on canvas sketch of a woman's head, unsigned, from his studies in Ivor, 21 by 17cm.
£100 - £150
299
A Mawson: an oil on canvas of a female reading whilst children sleep, signed lower left, 50 by 38cm.
£30 - £50
300
Rudolf Jordan (1810-1887, German): an oil on canvas of a young girl in a kitchen interior, signed verso in pencil, 23 by 24cm.
£700 - £800
301
Peter Macnab, RHA, RA: an oil on canvas of a beggar, signed lower left, 39 by 29cm.
£200 - £300
302
A Continental, unsigned, oil on canvas of Don Quixote and Sancho Panza on horseback being welcomed by a group in seventeenth century dress centred by a lady in a white dress and pink jacket, with a beggar in green to the right, in a gilt composition frame, 49 by 67cm.
£300 - £400
303
English School: a pair of 19th century unframed oil on canvas depicting chickens in a farmyard setting and two horses at a brook, monogrammed lower right, 13 by 18cm.
£60 - £100
304
George Herbert Buckingham Holland (1901-1986): an oil on canvas of Nunmills, Northampton, signed lower left, with plaque to frame reading 'Presented by the officials and staff of St Andrews Hospital Northampton to Mr H. W. Clarke on the completion of 50 years service as steward, January 3rd 1945', 39 by 59cm.
£150 - £200
305
An oil on board of military personnel near Cairo at rest, indistinctly signed lower right, 49 by 31cm.
£100 - £150
306
Patrick Naysmith: an oil on board of a traveller on a path with a cloudy sky, attributed on the frame, 30 by 40cm.
£200 - £400
307
A Victorian oil on canvas of a mountainous landscape with city and lake to the middle ground and farm animals to fore, 34 by 52cm.
£200 - £300
308
A Thomas: an oil on board of a Suffolk Church and country cottage, signed and dated 1901 verso, 20 by 25cm, and William J Gutteridge: an oil on board titled lower right South Weald Church, signed lower right, 45 by 81cm. (2)
£60 - £100
309
David Short (b. Nottingham 1940): an oil on canvas showing ruined houses at Nottingham, signed and dated lower left 1975, 80cm by 100cm.
£100 - £150
310
E. J. Fiere: an oil on canvas of a seated young lady in 19th century dress, gilt framed, 36 by 24cm.
£150 - £250
311
Frank T Copnall (1870-1948, British): an oil on panel portrait of a young girl in a blue dress, signed, 36 by 43cm, bought from Sotheby's with prize money from BBC Antiques Roadshow Quizbook, 1987.
£1500 - £2000
312
George Herbert Buckingham Holland (1901-1986): an oil on canvas of Windsor Great Park, signed lower right, with plaque to frame reading 'Presented by the officials and staff of St Andrews Hospital Northampton to Mr H. W. Clarke on the completion of 50 years service as steward, January 3rd 1945', 75 by 49.5cm.
£200 - £300
313
Michael Rondot: an oil on board of a seascape with a Cornish harbour, the artist is better known for his illustrations of aircraft, signed lower right and dated 67, 45 by 69cm.
£50 - £80
314
Ben Vrolijk: an oil on board of a saddle and bridle hung up in a stable setting, signed and dated 73 lower left, 75 by 59cm.
£30 - £40
315
A Berlin plaque of St Jerome, 'Ner Eremit' by Saloman Konick for D&W Porzellan 1975, 24 by 18cm.
£100 - £200
316
J Ewing Ritchie; The Life and Times of Viscount Palmerston, 2 vols, 4to, half calf with marbled boards, published by The London Printing and Publishing Company.
£80 - £120
317
Bartholomew Hewlett; A Selection of Views in the County of Lincoln, folio, half calf, fifty two engravings, published 1801 by William Miller, Old Bond Street.
£80 - £120
318
Thomas Arnold: Introductory Lectures in Modern History, 8vo, gilt tooled Morocco, seventh edition, published 1885 by Longmans, Green & Co, together with William Smith; A History of France, published 1872 by John Murray, London.
£30 - £50
319
The B.B.C. Handbook 1929, blue cloth, 8vo first edition, second issue, with dust wrapper designed by McK. Kauffer .27.
£30 - £50
320
Domesday Book relating to Leicestershire, folio, gilt tooled cloth, published 1862 by the Ordnance Survey Office, Southampton; a Return of Owners of Land 1873, for Leicestershire and Rutland, folio, cloth bound; Charles Gowen Smith, Domesday Book which relates to Lincolnshire and Rutlandshire, 8vo, gilt tooled cloth, and a Victorian engraving of Rutlandshire, 23 by 17.5cm.
£80 - £120
321
David Garrick, High Life Below Stairs, soft bound, 8vo, engraved frontis of Mr R Palmer as My Lord Duke, published 1805 by John Cawthorn, London.
£40 - £60
322
Winston Churchill: The Second World War, 8vo, six volumes, black cloth bound, first editions, volume I with book plate for the Hon Mrs Arnold Henderson. (6)
£50 - £80
323
Sir Walter Scott; The Cabinet Cyclopaedia, 8vo, 2 vols, cloth; Outlines of History; Animals in Menageries by William Swainson, all conducted by the Rev Dionysius Lardner, published by Longman, Orme, Brown, Green & Longmans, 1830 and 1838. (4)
£40 - £60
324
Harry Furniss: MP's in session, gilt tooled red cloth, 4to, published by Bradbury Agnew & Co 1889, and 'Autumnal Antics of our Auxiliaries & Others at the Late Manoeuvre'.
£30 - £50
325
Britain at War Series, 6 vols, 4to, cloth bound, published by John Murray & The Pilot Press, comprising; The British Army, The Royal Navy, The R.A.F., Warfare in the Air, Civil Defence and The Merchant Navy.
£50 - £80
326
A Survey of Japan, 1963, hardback with dust cover and box card outer cover.
£30 - £50
327
Bindings, gilt tooled morocco or full calf, comprising; Macauley, History of England, 4 vols bound as 2, published 1864; Napier, English Battles and Sieges in the Peninsula, published 1855, Prescott, Conquest of Peru, published 1854, and Conquest of Mexico, published 1861. (5)
£50 - £80
328
Bradshaw's Continental Railway Guide and General Handbook, hardback, gilt tooled red cloth, 8vo, 1892, together with GWR Through the Window, Paddington to Penzance, Paddington to Birkenhead, Paddington to Killarney, and two books of railway locomotives for boys of all ages, 'The King of Railway Locomotives' and 'Caerphilly Castle'. (6)
£40 - £60
329
Robin Flower; Love's Bitter Sweet, published by the Cuala Press 1925; Miniatures from a French Horae (x2) dedicated to J A Herbert with subscriber letter; Miniatures and Borders from a Flemish Horae (x2) dedicated to Sir George Warner with subscriber letters, and Constable: Lucas: by Frederick Wedmore, limited edition 80/250. (6)
£60 - £90
330
James Wright, The History and Antiquities of the County of Rutland by James Wright, second impression, published 1973 by EP Publishing Limited, together with a John Cary engraved map of Rutlandshire, published 1793.
£40 - £60
331
Bindings, gilt tooled morocco or calf, 8vo, being chiefly poetical or literary, including Tennyson, Layard, Macaulay, Keats and Peacock. (13)
£100 - £150
332
Rev. Mr Thomas Stackhouse: A History of the Holy Bible, folio, 2 vols, full calf, published 1733 by J Huggonson's, London, together with a Holy Bible, folio, published 1855 by Eyre and Spottiswoode. (3)
£40 - £60
333
William Shakespeare: The Plays, 8vo, New Edition Revised, calf, engraved frontis, published by Longman & Co 1853; Charles Dickens, The Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit, Nicholas Nickleby, two vols, 1839 & 1844; Tales from Skakespeare, 16vo, half calf, two vols, published 1844 by Charles Knight & Co. (5)
£50 - £80
334
Bill Beaumont; Thanks to Rugby, My Story by Sarah Ferguson, Clive James The Silver Castle, Monika Lewinsky My Story, Adam Faith Acts of Faith, Edward Heath Sailing, Chris Ryan Stand by Stand By, Boycott The Autobiography, and This Is On Me by Bob Hope, all signed by the authors.(9)
£220 - £300
335
John Kitto: Cyclopaedia of Biblical Literature, 8vo, full calf, published 1858 by Adam and Charles Black, Edinburgh; Frederic Farrar, The Life of Christ, 8vo, half morocco, published 1897 Cassell & Co; John Bunyan, Pilgrim's Progress, thirteenth edition, 8vo, gilt tooled morocco, published 1859 by Henry G Bohn, London; and an eighteenth century prayer book. (4)
£40 - £60
335A
Cecil Aldin: Field Babies, 4to, cloth bound, circa 1910, published by Humphrey Milford, London, Oxford University Press.
£60 - £90
336
Arnold Bennett: 'Elsie and the Child' limited edition, 226/750, drawings by E. McKnight Kauffer.
£40 - £60
337
A collection of Holy Bibles and Common Prayer Books including an Oxford University Press Book of Common Prayer 1851, brass bound, an Eyre & Strahan Common Prayer 1820 and New Testament 1818, and a gilt tooled wallet bound Book of Common Prayer 1824, with a silver clasp. (8)
£60 - £90
338
F Brayshaw Gilhespy; Crown Derby Porcelain, limited first edition 297/600, signed by the author, published by F Lewis Ltd, Leigh-on-Sea 1951, presented to W W Randle Esq, by Mr Robinson, Chairman of Directors, Royal Crown Derby Co Ltd.
£40 - £60
339
Books: 'The Sketch', volumes 1-6, 4to, gilt tooled blue cloth, folio, published by Ingram Brothers, 198 Strand, London.
£100 - £150
340
An Ordnance Survey Atlas of England and Wales, folio, gilt printed cloth, scale quarter inch to the mile, published by the Ordnance Survey Office, Southampton 1922.
£20 - £40
341
Ralph M Robinson: Coutts', 8vo, first edition, cloth, published by John Murray 1929, signed by ten employees of the bank who worked there between 1916-1920; together with G P Symes Scutt; The History of the Bank of Bengal, 8vo, gilt tolled cloth, privately printed for the directors and staff, Calcutta 1904.
£20 - £40
342
Books: Aaron Arrowsmith, An Atlas of Ancient Geography for the use of King's College School, 1832; Cuthbert Bede, The Adventures of Mr Verdant Green; The Blue Fairy Book 1895; G Bowers, Hunting in Hard Times; R Caldecott, A Sketch Book and Jackanapes. (6)
£40 - £60
343
Sir Reginald Hennell, A Famous Indian Regiment, first edition, 8vo, cloth, printed by John Murray, London 1927; Extracts from the Digest of Services of the 10th Bombay light Infantry, 1892; Major J S Barr, A Brief History of the Maharatta Light Infantry, 1845. (3)
£30 - £40
344
Books: a new and unused set of The Story of the Panama-Pacific International Exposition, being the official history of the International celebration held at San Francisco in 1915 by Frank Morton Todd, five hardback volumes, brown fabric covers still in original paper coverings and wooden crate, published by Putnams Sons 1921, NY and London.
£40 - £60
345
Thomas Wright: The Royal-Cyclopaedia, 4to, 12 volumes, gilt tooled cloth, published by The London Printing & Publishing Company.
£40 - £60
346
Edward FitzGerald; Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyan, 8vo, cloth bound, first edition, first and fourth renderings in English verse, illustrated Willy Pogany, published George Harrap & Co Ltd 1920, with dust jacket.
£50 - £80
347
Rare typescript: Captain E Worlidge MBE, 'Reminiscences Of My Sailing- Ship Days', undated but concerning trips to Australia from Liverpool and Cardiff, Auckland, USA, and worldwide 1878 - ,4to, gilt tooled blue cloth, one of two copies now known, the other at the University of Sydney, rare books; together with a photograph of Captain Worlidge.
£200 - £300
348
Captain G A Raikes: The History of the Honourable Artillery Company, gilt tooled blue cloth, two vols., 8vo, published by Richard Bentley & Son, London 1878.
£60 - £100
349
J Cary; engraved maps of London and environs, 8vo, half calf, published 1786.
£40 - £60
350
Edward Almack: The History of the Second Dragoons 'Royal Scots Greys', gilt tooled cloth, 4to, subscription edition, forty-four illustrations, published London 1908.
£100 - £150
351
Books: Japanese Fairy Tale series, nos. 8 and 11, 'Urashima' and 'Inuba No Shirousayi', first editions, paper bound and silk tied, published by Kobunsha, Tokyo.
£80 - £120
352
Captain R J Macdonald R.A: The History of the Dress of the Royal Regiment of Artillery 1625-1897, cloth with gilt tooled blue boards, 4to, subscription edition, published by Henry Sotheran, London 1899.
£50 - £80
353
Daphne du Maurier, Classics of the Macabre, short stories, 8vo, cloth bound and sleeved, limited edition 179/250, signed by the author and the illustrator Michael Foreman, published by Victor Gollancz Ltd, London 1987.
£140 - £180
354
Memoirs of the Court of England during the Regency 1811-1820, from the original documents by the Duke of Buckingham and Chandos, 2 vols, 8vo, first edition, half calf with marbled boards, published 1856 by Hurst and Blackett, London.
£50 - £80
355
A quantity of WWII related books, comprising; AFV Recognition, Part 1, 1942; Tito V Stalin by Jan Yindrich; The Luftwaffe War Diaries by Cajus Bekker; The Myth of the Master Race by Robert Cecil and Merchant Shipping and the Demands of War by C BA Behrens. (5)
£20 - £40
356
The Land we Live In, three vols, Byron's Poems, and Chambers Information, two vols. (6)
£60 - £90
357
Books: European History, Great Leaders and Landmarks, volumes I to VI, cloth bound, The Gresham Publishing Co.
£50 - £80
358
TOC H. Journal, no.3-16, 1922-23, cloth bound with paper plate to front cover and inside for Rev. R.B. Clayton, CH, MC, DD, 8vo.
£20 - £40
359
Costumes of India, Part 1, 4to, marbled board, quarter morocco, ten plates, published Calcutta by the Asiatic Lithographic Press 1827.
£30 - £50
360
William Morris, designed by Maxwell Armfield, 'The Life and Death of Jason' published by Headley Bros, first edition, circa 1890.
£50 - £80
361
The Windsor Shakespeare, 8vo, 20 vols, gilt tooled red cloth, edited by Henry N Hudson, published by The Caxton Publishing Company.
£40 - £60
362
Charles Dickens: The Works, gilt tooled green cloth, 8vo, 30 volumes, published by Caxton Publishing Company, London.
£60 - £80
363
Dictionary of Victorian Painters by Christopher Wood, two price guides to Goss china; Arthur Negus, Going for a Song; English Furniture; and an identification of wood. (5)
£20 - £40
364
A quantity of books relating to motoring, motor cycling and car maintenance including The Modern Motor Engineer, volumes 1-4 with Electrical Diagrams 1937, The Le Mans Story 1956, two Riley catalogues, Garage Organisation and Management 1934 and various editions of Practical Motorist and Motor Cyclist. (24)
£70 - £100
365
The Modern Boot and Shoe Maker, 4 vols, 8vo, gilt tooled green cloth, published 1917 by The Gresham Publishing Company, London.
£30 - £50
366
The British Pharmaceutical Codex, 8vo, gilt tooled blue cloth, published 1934 by The Pharmaceutical Press, together with The Concise Home Doctor, 2 vols, published by The Amalgamated Press Ltd. (3)
£20 - £40
367
Le Livre D'Art International, Arts et Metiers Graphiques 1931, no 26, some plates lacking, together with 'The Dome', no xxvi, published by The Unicorn Press, 1907.
£50 - £80
367A
A quantity of black and white press photographs of HM The Queen and other royalty. (11)
£20 - £30
368
Autographs and Signatures: an autograph book belonging to Margaret Henshaw, containing family signatures and others, mainly theatrical 1944; Anna Neagle, Ivy Benson, Eric Portman, Betty Sheardown, Vera Lynn, and Patty Andrews from the Andrews Sisters.
£50 - £80
369
Maben: 'Wooden Shoes' dedicated by the author, Sammy's Saxophone, an Edwardian picture autograph album and a further album, circa 1930. (4)
£30 - £50
370
John Frederic La Trobe Bateman; History and Description of the Manchester Waterworks, 4to, cloth bound, published 1884 by E & F Spon, London and T J Day, Manchester; together with a folio bound book on the building of the Sennar Dam and Gezira Irrigation Works, Sudan, and another of the Nag Hamadi Barrage, Egypt, 1927-30. (3)
£40 - £60
371
Mrs Thomas Dodds: a book of poems, gilt tooled morocco, 8vo, hand written with watercolour illustrated frontis, back plate and sixty eight full page designs, published 1862; together with a Victorian/Edwardian scrap book; John Young, The Lincoln Psalter, Duodecimals and Practice (of accounts) 1849; photograph of John Young, Organist of Durham and Lincoln Cathedrals, and associated contemporary research.
£400 - £600
372
A collection of Victorian indentures, mortgages, covenants and probates. (5)
£30 - £40
373
A book illustrated by Miss F Haigh, circa 1818, including poems, illustrations, music and observations, the artwork to include pencil sketches, botanical studies and topographical watercolours, leather bound with tooled decoration and brass clasp.
£400 - £600
374
Ephemera: a seating plan and menu for a Banquet to celebrate the Tercentenary of the Birth of John Milton, held at the Mansion House, December 9th 1908, attended by Dr G F Warner, together with a Programme of Music for the same and a half red morocco bound book of The Poetical Works of John Milton, The Albion Edition, 8vo, published by Frederick Warne and Co, 1901.
£40 - £60
375
A miniature Almanack 1798, Recollections of Bournemouth, 'the Ghosts of My friends', Civil Service Supply Association Store Card to Captain F J Moseley, and two early 19th century housekeeper's recipe books. (6)
£30 - £50
376
A buckram bound volume of Picture Post, volume 1, October to December 1938, Hulton's National Weekly.
£30 - £50
377
Ephemera: The Oxford University Press, a brief account, by Falconer Madan MA, published 1908; Pembroke Sonnets 1911; and a letter from the Hon Andrew Shirley, Keeper of Fine Art at the Ashmolean Museum to Louis Raemaecker, dated 23 Dec 26 regarding the cataloguing of his prints. (3)
£30 - £50
378
Autographs and signatures: an autograph of Margaret Thatcher on House of Commons notepaper, and a signed photograph of Sian Phillips.
£80 - £100
379
Ephemera: Five issues of Practical Motorist, June 1954 to June 1955, together with Meccano magazines.
£20 - £30
380
Ephemera: a collection of Private Eye magazines, chiefly 1967-1972. (46)
£60 - £80
381
Ephemera: The Daily Advertiser, February 17 1797, number 21284, with mentions of war, slavery and pirates of the Caribbean.
£30 - £40
382
A quantity of RSC programmes, years ranging from 1952 to 1997, in gilt tooled folders, together with sundry opera, ballet and theatre programmes.
£30 - £50
383
Autographs and Signatures: two Beatles Autographs of Paul McCartney and George Harrison, Gerry and Freddie Marsden from Gerry and the Pacemakers, two further signatures, early singles including Polydor, If I Love You Baby, Why and Cry for a Shadow, and Paraphone, together with Elvis, Rolling Stones, Billy Fury, and further singles from the 1960s.
£300 - £500
384
A group of three letters to or regarding Captain, acting Lieutenant Colonel, Charles Fortescue Osmond of the Honourable Artillery Company on his promotion to command of the 1st Batallion following the death of Lieutenant Colonel Ernest Charles Patrick Boyle DSO at Bois d'Holland, France on the 7th February 1917. Captain Osmond went on to win the DSO for conspicuous gallantry during operations (London Gazette, 18 July, 1917). In addition are two later letters dated 1930/31 from men who served under him and an HAC City Imperial Volunteers thirty first Annual Dinner, 1931, signed by ten members of those present.
£50 - £80
385
An autograph of Glenn Miller, New Year concert card for the Cafe Rouge signed by Tommy Dorsey, jazz programme signed by Chris Barber and Vic Pitt, Scattering Tour programme signed by The Fureys, Davey Arthur and Benny Gallagher, further signatures of Johnny Desmond and Ted lange, and two reel to reel tapes of Glenn Miller.
£60 - £80
386
An autograph with facsimile cartoon of jazz musician Tex Benecke, photograph and signature of David Niven, another of Kitty Carlisle, two further, copy of Act One, autobiography of Moss Hart with an autograph, and sundry Lady's Home advertising sheets.
£50 - £80
387
An album of memorabilia, photographs and postcards relating to the cruise of the Empress of Britain, August 24th - October 18th 1935.
£30 - £50
388
Numismatic: British and Commonwealth bank notes including a page of ?20, ?10, L K O Brien, Jersey ?5, ?10, ?20, Gibraltar ?5, Canada, New Zealand, Falkland Islands ?20, some circulated, others mint.
£100 - £200
389
Numismatic: Asian bank notes including ?20, ?10 and ?5, Egypt, Tajikistan, Nepal, 500 Rupee, Indonesia 1000, Americas, European, Irish ?20, ?10 and ?5, French, Spanish 1-5000, Dinars 100.00.
£50 - £80
390
Cigarette Cards: sets and part sets in sleeves including Gallaghers Birds Nests and Eggs, Zoo, Aquarium, Dogs, and Gilbert & Sullivan.
£80 - £120
391
A quantity of Vogue magazines, 1957-1973. (22)
£40 - £60
392
A collection of Cigarette and Trade cards including Players Dicken's characters, Cricketers, and Churchman's Howlers.
£40 - £60
393
Deltiology: an album of postcards and a quantity of loose postcards, circa 1904 onwards, including humorous, topographical and pictorial.
£200 - £300
394
A quantity of cigarette cards in six albums of sets and part sets, including military, flowers, tobacco growing, cricketers, medals and horse jockeys.
£80 - £120
395
Deltiology: a collection of 140 humorous postcards including saucy postcards, Fitzpatrick, Milsa, Taylor, Trow, Quip and Milch.
£100 - £150
396
An album of Leibig, Bouillon OXO, cards, 1910-1927. (144)
£60 - £100
397
An Edwardian photograph album containing photos of a country estate with children and adults enjoying country pastimes.
£20 - £30
398
A quantity of topographical postcards, British and Continental, in two albums and loose.
£60 - £80
399
An album of photographs relating to an RAF squadron in Egypt during the late 1920s, including aeroplanes, entertainments and operation shots.
£60 - £80
400
A collection of NSDAP, Third Reich Gammelwert propaganda cards, 1930s, contained in five albums.
£60 - £90
401
A quantity of postcards in an album and loose, early 20th century, sentimental, humorous, French Great War period and Welsh scenes.
£100 - £150
402
A quantity of Private Eye magazines, 1964-67. (25)
£120 - £150
403
Philatelic: a collection of first day covers, RAF related in three albums many bearing signatures of commemorative flight pilots.
£60 - £90
404
Philatelic: a world stamp album collection including post-war, and a box of loose stamps.
£40 - £60
405
Philatelic: a quantity of First Day Covers, 1960s onwards.
£60 - £90
406
An album of postcards, late 19th century, relating to Paris (98)
£100 - £150
407
Deltiology: an album of topographical postcards relating to Guernsey and two further albums of modern postcards. (3)
£50 - £80
408
Deltiology: an album containing humorous, topographical, sentimental, risque, and educational postcards, early 20th century.
£150 - £200
409
Philatelic: an album containing GB, Empire and European dependencies.
£30 - £50
410
Philatelic: a quantity of stamps, mostly Great Britain and Empire, including Penny Reds, in five albums.
£60 - £90
411
Philatelic: an album of Commonwealth and some mint World stamps, and an album of Guernsey stamps on sheets.
£50 - £80
412
Philatelic: an album of Guernsey First day items, 1958; an album of Royal Mail books of stamps; an album of sheets of stamps; and an album of Guernsey odds and space related.
£80 - £120
413
Philatelic: seven albums containing two hundred First day covers, from 1980-2010.
£60 - £100
414
Philatelic: an album of banknotes, Commonwealth and world, a Millennium commemorative coin and banknote, States of Guernsey, and an envelope of banknotes.
£200 - £300
415
Philatelic: British F1 World Champions commemorative stamp sets, together with an album of Royal Mail special stamps and a set commemorating the marriage of HRH The Prince of Wales and Mrs Camilla Parker Bowles.
£30 - £50
416
Numismatic: a World collection stamp album containing BG, Empire and world stamps.
£60 - £80
417
Numismatic: a quantity of GB and world stamps in two albums, stockbooks and loose.
£30 - £50
418
Philatelic: an album of First Day Covers including 1950s and 1960s covers, together with an album of Wills Cigarette cards.
£40 - £60
419
Philatelic: an album containing Queen Victoria 1/2d and 1d red, 1d lilacs, Queen Elizabeth mint, contract notes, and a sheet of 'First Non-Stop Atlanic Flight' mint stamps, together with an album of German stamps.
£80 - £120
420
Philatelic: six albums containing Great Britain and various worldwide stamps including The Lincoln Stamp Album, containing some 19th century.
£40 - £60
421
Numismatic: an album of bank notes, mostly 20th century.
£30 - £50
422
Philatelic: British Imperial stamps in Stanley Gibbons Ltd Sectional Imperial Album, including overstamped war, Antigua, unused Victorian stamps, unused pairs, Jamaica 1/2d, St Vincent overprinted one penny.
£60 - £80
423
Philatelic: an album of books of First and Second class stamps, and another containing postcards and First day covers and books.
£80 - £120
424
A collection of Kensitas flags and flowers embroidered on silk. (60)
£30 - £50
425
Philatelic: a collection of Strait Chinese, Singapore, Malaysian stamps, pre and post war collected in Singapore, plus World Colonial.
£100 - £200
426
M Peltner, Paris Pendant L'Annee 1801, containing maps, Volume XXX.
£60 - £100
427
F. G. Dumas, The Illustrated Catalogue of the Paris Salon, 8vo, cloth spine and boards, published 1882 by Hamilton, Adams & Co, London.
£50 - £80
428
A late 19th century French bone and watered blue paper fan, a Spanish ebonised and painted black silk fan, and six further fans. (8)
£40 - £60
429
A quantity of linen and lace including table cloths, tray cloths, doillies, towels and trimmings.
£30 - £50
430
A Boa Constrictor snakeskin, approximately 4m.
£50 - £80
431
A Dunn & Co grey felt top hat, size 7 1/8, two black felt bowler hats, all boxed, and a trilby. (4)
£60 - £90
432
A 1950s Hermes, Paris, printed square silk scarf in grey and gold 'Ludovicus Magnus', 84cm square.
£100 - £150
433
Vintage clothing: a selection of clothing, circa 1950s, including a pink and black striped halter neck sun dress with bolero, a cotton dress with balloons print and bolero, a coat with fur collar, and two batik print Kenyan kaftans. (5)
£30 - £50
434
Vintage clothing: a quantity, including a red full length gown with tiered skirt, four can-can petticoats, and a red satin bodice with three black skirts, one with a red lining, all size small.
£40 - £60
435
A Victorian test piece sampler in foliate design with bird of paradise, in a Hogarth frame, 62 by 43cm.
£200 - £300
436
A Victorian sampler by Annette Warrington, dated 1843, aged 9 years, with alphabet and numbers, 34 by 32cm, and an alphabet sampler, 17 by 16cm.
£200 - £300
437
Textiles: a quantity of linen items including table cloths.
£20 - £40
438
Numismatic: an album of circulated coins, mostly sequentially dated, including halfpennies, pennies, threepences, sixpences, shillings, florins, and half crowns, 17.361 toz.
£600 - £800
439
A Leon Paul fencing guard, a pair of gloves, and a pair of breast guards.
£40 - £60
440
A Victorian mahogany writing slope with burr maple, satinwood and rosewood inlay, the sloped lid opening to reveal a fitted interior with a cut glass and plated inkwell and sander, 34.5 by 32 by 11.5cm, together with two rollers, 20 and 26cm.
£50 - £80
441
A George III mahogany, shell paterae inlaid and cross banded tea caddy of octagonal form, 13 by 16 by 13cm.
£60 - £90
442
A Victorian walnut and mother of pearl inlaid sewing box, 27 by 19.5 by 12.5cm, and a further sewing box, 30 by 22.5 by 12cm.
£60 - £90
443
An Edwardian mahogany four division stationery rack with paterae inlay, 28.5 by 12 by 19.5cm.
£40 - £60
444
A Victorian rosewood and brass bound writing slope with fitted interior, 40 by 24 by 15cm.
£60 - £100
445
A wooden framed magnifying glass with a turned handle, 19cm diameter.
£20 - £40
446
An Edwardian mahogany bed tray with a central reading slope, 57 by 41 by 20cm high when legs extended.
£50 - £80
447
A Bodo glazed terracotta figure of a naked woman, modelled on one knee, her hands against her chin, raised on a canted rectangular base, with impressed marks, 27cm high.
£60 - £80
448
A Portuguese mahogany caryatid in the form of a mermaid inlaid with ivory and ebony detailing to the tail and forming jewellery, circa 1780, 48cm high.
£200 - £300
449
A Victorian malacca and ivory handled walking cane with silver ferule, Chester 1898, an Africa hardwood stick carved with serpents, and a root wood walking stick. (3)
£60 - £80
450
A Victorian mahogany document box with brass carrying handle, painted to the lid 'Michod', 46 by 24 by 12cm.
£40 - £60
451
A Victorian rosewood and satinwood banded box with mother of pearl escutcheons, 30.5 by 22.5 by 11.5cm.
£50 - £80
452
A Victorian rosewood and burr maple writing slope with brass inlay, manufactured by W Cartland, Bond Street, Bath, 35.5 by 25 by 12cm.
£150 - £200
453
A late 19th century French ebonised and brass inlaid box of canted, rectangular form, base bearing label for 'Taulin, Palais Royal, no 131, Paris', 7 by 17 by 12cm, and a rectangular boulle work box by 'Tahan, rue de la Paix 30, Paris', reserve cartouche engraved 'Marianne', 20 by 8 by 5cm.
£120 - £180
454
An Indian brass florally decorated vase with frilled rim, 25cm high; a copper jardiniere with two lion's head handles, 22cm diameter; and two circular copper and brass engraved trays, 25 and 31cm diameter. (4)
£20 - £40
455
An Edwardian mahogany and copper cased mantel clock, the enamel dial bearing Roman numerals, H. C. Brown & Sons, raised on brass bracket feet, 29 by 9 by 16cm, and a circular faced mahogany clock with boxwood stringing, 31 by 9 by 16cm.
£80 - £120
456
A late 19th century Boulle brass and tortoiseshell mantel clock, the balloon shaped case with foliate inlay, raised on leaf scroll feet, with white ceramic Roman numerals to the brass face, striking, 35cm high.
£150 - £200
457
A French marbled mantel clock with pine carcass, turned half pillars, 30 hour movement with alarm, 21 by 9 by 20cm high.
£30 - £50
458
A mahogany and boxwood line inlaid Napoleon hat mantel clock, with Arabic numerals to the silvered dial, with eight day movement, 45.5 by 12.5 by 25.5cm.
£80 - £120
459
A painted dial wall clock in oak case with finials to the top, in the form of heralding angels, weights and pendulum below, the dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary dial, with maritime theme to the centre, 73cm high.
£50 - £80
460
A late 19th century French ormolu mantel clock, by Henry Marc, Paris, the twin train, chiming movement stamped Hry Marc, Paris, 23226, the white ceramic face with black painted Roman numerals marked 2, Hry Marc, Paris, the body decorated in floral and foliate designs with inset white stone panels, marked JB, and surmounted by a Saxon warrior, on a wooden base with rut for a glass dome (no key, pendulum, or glass dome), 34cm high.
£150 - £200
461
A 19th century brass carriage clock, the white enamelled dial bearing Roman numerals, eight day movement, stamped 20177, striking both on the hour and ? hour, 9 by 8.5 by 14cm high.
£400 - £500
462
A 19th century French brass carriage clock with a white enamel dial bearing Roman numerals, 8 by 6.5 by 11.5cm high.
£180 - £220
463
A Victorian rosewood and brass mounted mantel clock by James Macmichael, 12 South Audley Street, W1., white enamel dial bearing Roman numerals, raised on leaf scroll feet, 16 by 12 by 6cm.
£100 - £150
464
An early 18th century Louis XV boullework bracket clock, by Antoine Frizon, Paris, with ormolu mounts, the domed top surmounted by a putto, brass dial with blue Roman numerals on white enamel lozenges, the case with floral detailing and a parquet floor, twin barrel fourteen day movement, bell striking, 70cm high.
£3000 - £5000
465
A late 18th century French boullework and contra-boullework bracket clock with ormolu mounts, the domed top surmounted by a cherub, brass dial with blue Roman numerals on white enamel lozenges, the case with foliate detailing, matching bracket, later 19th century movement, 91cm high in total.
£1500 - £2000
466
A copper aesthetic style three section stamp box, brass two section box, an inlaid slot wooden mahogany box, and two brass matchbox sleeves. (5)
£30 - £50
467
A copper and brass urn, a tea and spirit burner, two kettles, a chestnut roaster, toasting fork, a commemorative brass tray for the 1935 Jubilee, and various brass items. (14)
£80 - £120
468
A vintage brass car horn with rubber bulb, circa 1910, a Chinese brass tray with typical engraved figures, circa 1900, 36 by 26cm, a copper watering can, teapot on trivet, a brass jam pan, and Danish spoons. (8)
£50 - £80
469
A Richard Mead, Rhodesia, hammered copper twin handled tray, impressed marks, 48cm diameter.
£40 - £60
470
A 19th century three tier copper jelly mould, maker's mark to the rim and numbered 230, further two tier mould, numbered 232, 14 by 13cm and 13 by 15cm, and a copper and brass powder flask with raised cartouche of game birds to the centre, 21cm long. (3)
£200 - £300
471
A collection of copper and brass, including a Hugh Wallis oval brass tray with hammered finish to the outer rim, fire irons, a pair of spiral candlesticks, single candlestick, a twin handled vessel, onyx and brass vase, and a large copper and brass roasting tray. (9)
£100 - £150
472
A helmet shaped coal scuttle and scoop, a copper kettle, a watering can, hunting horn by Champion & Wilton, a ladle, a twin handled copper and brass vase and a single handled copper and brass jug. (8)
£80 - £120
473
A quantity of brass items, including a pair of brass fire dogs, two brass trivets, a set of fire irons with urn finials, a brass poker, bowl, Benares tray, horse brasses, post office scales and a pair of ejector candlesticks.
£60 - £80
474
A unravelled copper army bugle, 120cm, and a brass Swaine and Adeney, London, post horn, 92cm long.
£120 - £180
475
A pair of Continental brass handled scissors, brass sheathed, sundry sewing accoutrements, and a French brass padlock.
£30 - £50
476
An 18th century brass pestle and mortar, 14cm diameter, and two brass hand bells. (4)
£60 - £100
477
A cased set of Elliott drawing instruments, boxed rulers and a student's microscope. (4)
£50 - £80
478
An Arts and Crafts trivet with a square brass plate engraved and embossed with a leaping trout, on a mahogany base, 23 by 23 by 5cm.
£80 - £120
479
A copper ship's lantern by Alderson & Gyde Ltd, Birmingham 1942, 41cm high.
£40 - £60
480
A Victorian plated fish canteen of cutlery, including a pair of servers, with engraved leaf decoration, mahogany cased, 41 by 24 by 9cm.
£50 - £80
481
A Zulu iron and wooden shafted spear with beadwork and impala fur binding, 114cm long.
£60 - £90
482
A tripod bronze skillet, the handle cast with the name Wasbrough, number 2, circa 1680, 15cm high, 17cm diameter.
£100 - £200
482A
An ebony carved copy of a stonemason's mallet, early 20th century, with turned handle, silver mounted shield cartouche inscribed 'Presented by the Contractor to E. N. Buxton Esq. upon the occasion of his laying the Foundation Stone of The County Girls Secondary School, Chelmsford, June 20 1906', 19.5cm high. Edward North Buxton was a Liberal Member of Parliament, Chairman of the London School Board, and purchased Hatfield Forest for the National Trust.
£50 - £80
483
A tartan ware box 'McDuff' clan, a Tunbridgeware cylindrical container, and three further wooden containers. (5)
£40 - £60
484
A Tunbridgeware pin wheel, lignum cotton reel holder of barrel form, two bone crochet hooks, and a pair of bone cotton winders. (5)
£80 - £120
485
A pair of 1950s South American animal masks, brightly painted with orange and black animals, 96 by 24cm.
£30 - £50
486
A collection of plated items to include two plated and articulated sandwich boxes, a white hunting plated tray, two oval dishes, cutlery, and clear glass handled butter knives.
£40 - £60
486A
A pair of hammered pewter strut photograph frames, Arts and Crafts style, of rectangular section, set toe the base with cap badges for the Northumberland Fusiliers, and the York and Lancaster Regiment, each 24 by 16.5cm.
£40 - £60
487
A Walker & Hall plated biscuit barrel, with fluted and engraved decoration, on an integral oval stand, together with a plated tazza with twin branch handles.
£30 - £50
488
Philatelic: a post war stamp collection of World stamps, and some loose stamps.
£40 - £60
489
Numismatic: a quantity of Victorian and later silver florins, 23.69 toz, and later florins, 1920-1946, 34.51 toz.
£550 - £650
490
A quantity of collectibles including a pair of French opera glasses, papier mache snuff box, Mauchlin ware box, horn whistle, and a tooled leather calling card case.
£60 - £90
491
A late 19th century lady's folding parasol in black silk and tassled fringe, and a Norway Tin pewter jug with band of low relief decoration, 11cm high.
£30 - £50
492
A pair of late 19th century Staffordshire flatback figures modelled as spaniels, strongly moulded with green copper lustre detailing, 23.5cm high; a group of six modern metal figures of soldiers, a metal figure of a man and dog, and military dressed gentleman; a Royal Worcester porcelain bird; a late 19th century pottery vase of long necked, ovoid form, transfer decorated with a vine leaf pattern, 35cm high; a 1930s sugar shaker; a Noritake vase; a Chinese cork sculpture modelled as pagodas with pine trees and storks in a display case, 23cm wide; a hardstone dog of Fo; a carved wooden model of a lion with ivory fangs; and an African and leather paper fan.
£40 - £60
493
A quantity of commemorative medallions, a turned wooden box made from the foundations of the House of Commons, burnt down 16 Oct 1834, and an English medal struck in commemoration of the French Revolution.
£100 - £150
494
Numismatic: a quantity of coinage including George V threepenny bits.
£20 - £40
495
A Victorian cast iron door stop modelled as a crouching griffin, 26cm high.
£40 - £60
496
A late 20th century Russian bronze figure cast as a female fencer, 25cm high.
£80 - £120
497
A Japanese, Meiji period, carved and lacquered softwood figure of a man modelled standing with his tunic partly open revealing his chest, right arm raised, on a shaped wooden stand, 40cm high.
£200 - £300
498
After the Antique: a metal patinated terracotta figure of a classical figure, 41cm high.
£50 - £80
499
A Roman bronze figure, circa 2nd century AD, of a Greek soldier naked with chiton, lacking one hand and sword, mounted on a wooden base, 12cm high.
£1200 - £1500
500
A bronze figure of 'Turning Darwin on his head', depicting a monkey in thought looking at a human skull in his right hand, seated on a pile of books, 33cm high.
£40 - £60
501
A bronze medal by W.Wyon, obverse bust of Brodie, reverse with a classical kneeling figure, boxed, a George VI Coronation Medal, 1937, boxed, and three horse racing badges. (5)
£30 - £50
502
A quantity of kitchenalia, including a wall board with hanging utensils, a saucepan, ANTA ceramic wall clock, a brass jam pan, a hand made brass and tin container, a bath hanging sponge and soap container, and a Blow butter churn and two wooden butter pats.
£60 - £80
503
A pair of African fly whisks with elephant's tail hair, white metal mounted to tip and bottom, 54cm long.
£100 - £150
504
After Remington: a cast bronze figure of a Native American Indian riding a galloping horse, on a naturalistic oval base, 42 by 51cm long.
£200 - £300
505
A tin terrestrial globe by Chad Valley, circa 1960s, 28cm high.
£30 - £40
506
A mahogany framed table gong, gong 23cm diameter, frame 39 by 32cm.
£40 - £60
507
A Victorian boxed set of Greek Bricks, a mahogany boxed set of 'Spellicans', and a marquetry inlaid cribbage box board. (3)
£30 - £50
507A
A Victorian rosewood and mother of pearl inset cribbage board of rectangular section raised on four bun feet, 29.5 by 10cm.
£30 - £50
508
A set of J B Addis & Sons steel and wooden handle chisels. (10)
£30 - £50
509
A large collection of cigarette cards and trade cards including first edition Kensitas flowers, printed backs.
£80 - £120
510
A collection of railway and train magazines and booklets.
£30 - £40
511
A student's semi-articulated half skeleton, in a wooden box.
£300 - £400
512
Numismatic: a quantity of coins and banknotes including silver half crowns, Georgian 1d, 10/-, etc.
£60 - £80
513
A quantity of walking sticks, parasols and umbrellas. (9)
£150 - £200
514
A 19th century Vizapatam blonde tortoiseshell and ivory box of rectangular section with ink detailing, raised on four lion's paw feet, 20.5 by 15.5 by 7cm.
£80 - £120
515
After P J Mene (1810-1879): a bronze figure group 'Valet de Chasse Louis XV et sa harde', depicting a huntsman and hounds, on a naturalistic oval base, 64 by 40 by 69cm.
£800 - £1200
516
A group of ship's lanterns, comprising a bow and starboard and a main mast lantern. (3)
£120 - £180
517
A Martin's patent oil lamp with plated frame, hobnail cut reservoir and a spiral fluted yellow cased glass shade, 54cm high.
£60 - £80
518
A Victorian moulded pink glass and cast iron oil lamp with etched cranberry glass shade, 58cm high.
£50 - £80
519
A mid 19th century Chinese opium pipe with bone ends and pottery burner with frog and snake to sides, signed by maker with two character mark, patung fitting, 58cm long.
£200 - £300
520
A Tang style figure of a horse and rider, with a perspex stand, 62cm long.
£80 - £120
521
A Georgian tapestry candle screen, two tortoiseshell eye glasses, a Tunbridgeware clothes brush with floral decoration and sundry collectibles.
£50 - £80
522
A Voigtlander VITO B camera, two further cameras, projectors and slides.
£30 - £50
523
A Zeiss Ikon Prontor 250 camera with 1:2,8/45 lens, cased.
£100 - £150
524
Numismatic: a quantity of Victorian and later silver three penny bits, 5.11 toz, together with later sixpences, 1920-1946, 17.73 toz.
£180 - £240
525
Numismatic: a pair of Victorian silver crowns 1890, sundry further coinage, one pound note and two ten shilling note.
£30 - £50
526
A wooden three masted ship, 103 by 62cm, and a wooden two masted ship named 'Gladan', 80 by 74cm, both painted with red and white hulls, some damage.
£60 - £100
527
A half block model of the steel screw tug 'Cruiser', with plaque stating Built & Engined by J P Rennoldson & Sons, South Shields, number 238, circa 1905, 83 by 17 by 96cm.
£200 - £300
528
An RMS Titanic Stevens woven silk postcard, the paper with embossed frame, with tears at bottom corner and soiling, verso with Christmas message, dated 1912, 9 by 13cm.
£1000 - £1500
529
An Account of Wages, R.M.S. Titanic, to James Witter, Second Class Smoking Room Steward, and resident of Southampton, for six days from the 10th to the 15th April 1912, for 15 shillings with a bonus of ?1 12 6, framed and glazed.
£100 - £150
530
An edition of The Daily Mirror, April 16 1912, detailing the sinking of The Titanic, later reproduction of The Daily Mirror for April 17th, and 'The Deathless Story of the Titanic', first edition, issued by Lloyds Weekly News. (3)
£40 - £60
531
A set of White Star line plated napkin rings stamped E & Co, for Elkington & Co, each with engraved table numbers,17, 19, 28, 29, 31, 33, and 36, and white star pennant. (7)
£200 - £400
532
Numismatic: silver pre-1947 3p, 6p, 11-, florins, 1/2 crowns, 17.3toz, and a quantity of copper.
£200 - £250
533
A brass centrepiece with a foliate design to the top, over single a column, flanked by classical maidens seated upon a platform above a foliate design base, 40 by 35cm wide.
£40 - £60
534
Numismatic: a quantity of George V and later shillings, 1920-1946, 19.07 toz, six half crowns, post 1947, and sundry later coinage.
£120 - £180
534A
L. Oudry: a plated bronze tazza, late 19th century, the bowl cast with masks, cherubs and cornucopia, the stem cast with masks, raised on an outswept base decorated with flowers and foliate scrolls, presentation engraved 'Veloce-Amateurs - Rennes 1882', 17.5cm high.
£150 - £200
535
A cast iron Flying Corps landing light, 1902, impressed to either side with 'Wells Unbreakable, Wells & Co, No 18' and 'Strength and Durability', 18cm high.
£80 - £120
536
A London Transport white and blue enamel cap badge.
£30 - £40
536A
A Sheffield plated wine funnel, early 19th century, with a gadrooned rim and ring attachment, 16.5cm long.
£40 - £60
537
A silver plated Dunhill table lighter of oblong form with rounded ends, belonging to the Captain of the Queen Mary, Captain Donald W Sorvell, was on the dining table of the Queen Mary 1952, engraved with the initials DWS, 11 by 8 by 3cm.
£350 - £450
538
A pair of bronze vases of triple handled, baluster form, 31.5cm high.
£60 - £90
539
A late 19th century set of graduated Benin bronze figures modelled as stylised leopards with pronounced spots, snout and whiskers, the largest 14cm high. (3)
£150 - £200
540
Numismatic: a quantity of Victorian and later silver sixpences, 52.04 toz.
£700 - £900
541
A quantity of collectibles including a pair of lorgnettes, pair of miniature alabaster Turkish slippers, agate scallop shell scent bottle, signature of William IV and an ivory folding nail file.
£120 - £180
542
A collection of bone and shell sewing and needle accessories, comprising a fork for hairpin crochet; a bone lace bobbin; a bone lucet; an ivory net needle; a shell pin cushion; a knitting sheath; a fringing fork; an ivory cotton winder; an ivory tatting shuttle; a bone macrame bobbin; a bone stilleto; and a horn and leather needle case, arranged in a glazed frame, 30 by 43cm.
£60 - £80
543
An alabaster figure of Aphrodite, modelled standing with her left foot on a rock, raised on a turned socle, 37.5cm high.
£80 - £120
544
A late 19th century ivory postage stamp box, detailed in ink to the lid 'M', 11 by 6 by 2cm.
£40 - £60
545
Numismatic: a selection of British and World coinage including pennies and shillings.
£100 - £120
545A
A set of Pobjoy Mint crowns to commemorate Queen Elizabeth II's Silver Jubilee, comprising; Gibraltar, Mauritius, Tristan Da Cunha, St. Helena, Jersey, Guernsey and Great Britain, together with a gilt silver crown medal, 7.35 toz, boxed.
£80 - £120
546
Numismatic: two S Flode ten shilling uncirculated banknotes, B59N, a one million mark stadt Dusseldorf, a one thousand mark note, a one hundred mark note, a 120 mark note, a St Andrews Golfing Society key ring, a Banbury Canal commemorative medal, a Free Mason's brass badge, a Long Sutton boxed agricultural medal, Georgian half pennies, and other coins. (23)
£30 - £40
547
Taxidermy: a cock pheasant and a hen pheasant displayed in a glass case, 78 by 46 by 27cm.
£30 - £50
548
A fox head stuffed and mounted on an oak shield with white plaque reading 'Killed by Fitzwilliam Hounds, Warboys Woods, Nov 3rd 1937.
£60 - £80
549
A group of 19th century pocket watches including Elgin and Waltham watches, lady's pocket watch with an embossed floriate back and a Swiss chronograph. (8)
£100 - £150
550
A silver plated canteen of cutlery with bone handled spoons, forks, knives, forty pieces.
£50 - £80
551
Numismatic: a quantity of Victorian and later silver shillings, 67.24 toz.
£900 - £1000
552
A quantity of Georgian and later coinage including florins, half crowns, shillings and Isle of Man coinage.
£400 - £600
553
Numismatic: an album of Commonwealth coins including ?1 notes, ?2 coins, etc.
£100 - £200
553A
A quantity of proof coin and decimal coin sets together with single collector's coins.
£40 - £60
554
A pair of silver owls cast as a salt and pepperette, one glass eye lacking, London 1966, 4.69toz, 6cm high.
£120 - £180
555
A pair of Georgian style silver loaded candlesticks of fluted, tapering form, Sheffield 1967, 22cm high, 27.14 toz total weight.
£100 - £200
556
A silver bowl designed by Geoffrey Bellamy (1922-1997) for DBC, The Danish Bacon Company, London 1955, maker GGB, 15cm diameter, 12.365 toz.
£180 - £240
557
A silver helmet shaped cream jug, Birmingham 1969, two miniature campana vases, serviette ring, circular dish, scallop shell dish, cigarette case and a rectangular cigarette box, 32.345 toz total weight. (8)
£220 - £280
558
A silver and mother-of-pearl teething ring, Chester 1913, a mustard pot with integral green glass liner, Birmingham 1956, a silver tea strainer, Birmingham 1968, and a lidded box with wooden turned handle, Birmingham 1936, 13.875 toz total weight. (4)
£250 - £350
559
A silver sugar sifter of baluster form, Birmingham 1930, 19cm high, pedestal sweetmeat dish with pierced decoration, Birmingham 1905, two George III silver circular salts, baluster cream jug, 20.42 toz, and a quantity of knives. (14)
£350 - £400
560
A collection of stone pieces from the Houses of Parliament, damaged by enemy air raids on 10th May 1941, sold on behalf of HRH The Duke of Gloucester's Red Cross and St. John Fund, comprising a pair of book ends, pewter set with roundels of Parliament and Winston Churchill, letter rack set with a roundel of Churchill and an ashtray set with a roundel of a British Bulldog - London 1941, together with a letter from Vincent Baddeley, letter from Stonecraft Ltd and a catalogue from the same company. (5)
£200 - £300
561
A Crown Ducal 'Liberty and Freedom' pottery teapot, decorated with the flags of the Allied nations and 'War Against Hitlerism', printed mark.
£60 - £90
562
A pottery miniature chamber pot 'Adolf in Poland', decorated internally with a profile of the dictator, 5.5cm diameter.
£30 - £50
563
A Royal Mint bronze resin bust of Winston Churchill 1874-1965, limited edition of 1874, with certificate.
£100 - £150
564
A Sadler yellow ground teapot modelled as a First World War tank, with an 'Old Bill' lid, printed mark.
£50 - £80
565
An Abbeydale porcelain vase and cover, 'The Churchill Vase, of octagonal pagoda form with gilt lion's head handles decorated in alternate panels of white and cobalt blue, limited edition 40/250, retailed by Thomas Goode & Co, with retailer's booklet.
£250 - £300
566
A pewter 'House of Commons' hip flask commemorating Winston Churchill's two terms as Prime Minister, a bronze bust of Churchill, a Churchill plated page marker, a dish set with a Churchill Crown, lignum box, the lid cast with a profile of Churchill, and a white metal dish, decorated centrally in gilt with a portrait of Churchill, after Cornell, The Churchill Centenary Trust Plate 1974. (6)
£80 - £120
567
A pewter tankard commemorating Winston Churchill becoming Prime Minister, May 10th 1940, detailing his life, a green painted plaster money box formed as the bust of Churchill 'Save for Victory', and sundry Churchill memorabilia. (9)
£30 - £50
568
A Spode parian bust of Sir Winston Churchill, after a sculpture by Oscar Nemon, first edition 1965, printed mark, 17cm high.
£100 - £150
569
A Halcyon Days enamel circular box commemorating the 50th Anniversary of The Battle of Britain, limited edition 115/1000, together with an oval box of Blenheim Palace, boxed. (2)
£40 - £60
570
A collection of Winston Churchill pottery, porcelain and plaster character jugs including Wood & Sons and Sylvac, together with a Gibsons character jug modelled as the Rt Hon Neville Chamberlain. (7)
£60 - £90
571
A Third Reich propaganda pottery money box of Winston Churchill, modelled squatting with his bottom exposed, 21cm high.
£100 - £150
572
A Third Reich propaganda figure of Winston Churchill, modelled standing wearing a loose tunic, a string at the back being pulled to reveal a large frontal appendage, 17.5cm high.
£100 - £150
573
A Shorter & Sons pottery character jug of Winston Churchill, circa 1939, modelled to celebrate his return to Cabinet as First Lord of the Admiralty, A168, printed and impressed marks.
£30 - £50
574
A Crown Devon pottery brown glazed jug, with clasped hands handle, moulded with Churchill dressed as John Bull against a 'V' for victory, verso with Britannia, printed mark, 22cm high.
£30 - £50
575
G Burgess: a cartoon picture of Winston Churchill formed from watch parts, signed, London, framed and glazed, 15 by 9cm.
£50 - £80
576
An RAF Benevolent Fund Victory bell cast with the bust profiles of Churchill, Roosevelt and Stalin, cast with metal from German aircraft shot down over Britain, 1939-45, another similar, and an ashtray made from a Rolls Royce 'Merlin' engine piston engraved with 'Never in the Field of Human Conflict...'. (3)
£50 - £80
577
A group of pottery printed in brown with a profile of Winston Churchill wearing a Homburg and smoking a cigar, comprising three tankards, water jug, ashtray, rectangular box and cover, bread plate and a tea cup and saucer. (9)
£50 - £80
578
A Copeland Spode pottery jug of Winston Churchill printed in black with the symbols of the three Armed Services, beneath 'All I can offer is blood, toil, tears and sweat', reverse with crossed flags of Great Britain and the USA, 'We stand for democracy', printed mark, 16.5cm high.
£120 - £180
579
A Spode pottery Toby jug, after a model by Eric Olsen, of Winston Churchill, printed to the base 'In appreciation and with grateful thanks for loyal co-operation - A. E. Hewitt Esq MC, JP, Lord Mayor, City of Stoke-on-Trent 1940-41', together with two prototype jugs modelled in the white. (3)
£250 - £300
580
A Royal Doulton pottery bulldog modelled draped in the Union Jack, Rd No 645658, printed mark, 15cm high, another 10cm high, and a third 5.5cm. (3)
£300 - £400
581
A Staffordshire pottery bulldog, 'Hitler's Terror' modelled seated wearing a helmet, printed 'Allied Front for Freedom - Sept 3rd 1939', together with an undecorated terracotta version.
£300 - £500
582
A Bruce Bairnsfather 'Where's that Blinking Kaiser' purple glaze money box formed as a tank, 10cm high.
£40 - £60
583
A Shorter pottery character jug modelled as Churchill, with rope and anchor handle, a Royal Doulton tankard 'Victory Not Only For Ourselves But For All', and a Royal Doulton Churchill character jug, DA228. (3)
£60 - £90
584
A Royal Doulton buff figure of a bulldog and another in grey, DA228, both modelled wearing a frock coat and a top hat with the Union Jack, together with a seated Winston Churchill character jug. (3)
£120 - £150
585
A pair of Royal Doulton graduated character jugs of Winston Churchill, modelled seated, together with a further character jug modelled by Stanley James Taylor D6934. (3)
£40 - £60
586
A Kirklands pottery character jug of Winston Churchill modelled seated in a tailcoat with top hat lid, printed mark, 26cm high.
£120 - £180
587
A Paragon porcelain tea cup and saucer, Patriotic Series, 'Famous Quotations in the Cause of Democracy', internally with a shield containing 'We shall not fail or falter. We shall not weaken or tire. Give us the tools & we will finish the job. Winston Churchill', in external green ground.
£40 - £60
588
A Burleighware plate printed in red with the Rt Hon Winston S Churchill, CH, MP, framed by planes ships and flags, within a border or acorns, oak leaves and banners of Empire countries, and a further plate printed in blue and white, 25cm diameter.
£80 - £120
589
A set of Atlantic Charter plates, Vernon Kilns, USA, 1942, two printed in blue and white and one in red and white, 26cm diameter. (3)
£100 - £150
590
A Wade Heath, Royal Victoria Pottery, character vase modelled as a globe with the Nations, ships and planes picked out in silver lustre, supported by figures of Winston Churchill and Franklin D Roosevelt, above the motto 'let's drink to victory, let's drink to peace'; together with a tankard 'Roll out the Barrel' with a handle modelled similarly as Churchill.
£60 - £90
591
A J & G Meakin Jacobean ware character jug of Winston Churchill, modelled by Frank Potts, 1941, printed mark, 17cm high.
£40 - £60
592
A Webb Corbett cut glass toasting goblet commemorating the centenary of the birth of Winston Churchill, a Wedgwood tankard with a cameo portrait of Churchill, limited edition 602/750, and a Whitefriars goblet engraved by Geoffrey Baxter, limited edition 6/100, all boxed with certificates. (3)
£80 - £120
593
A Paragon porcelain commemorative plate, limited edition 453/1000, Centenary of Sir Winston Churchill 1974; a Spode 'The Churchill Plate', limited edition 852/5000; three Wedgwood plates and a table lighter; a Carltonware golliwog figure 'Let Us Go Forward Together', two Kevin Francis Churchill face pots and a Winston Bulldog jug. (10)
£50 - £80
594
A quantity of ceramics relating to Winston Churchill including a Royal Doulton ashtray 'This was their finest hour', Royal Winton ashtray printed in brown with Churchill and Roosevelt, and a Wedgwood tankard 'Give us the tools and we will finish the job...', together with a Wade Heath 'Roll out the Barrel' tankard and a Goss 'Flags of the Allies' vase. (10)
£60 - £90
595
A metal wall plaque of Winston Churchill, bust profile within the letter 'V', 31 by 22cm, and a metal ashtray, the central surmount similarly cast.
£40 - £60
596
An early 20th century child's kitchen range, by Crumpsell & Cardiff, a biscuit tin money box, a child's tea service, TriAng clockwork jabberwock, clockwork pig and sundry toys.
£40 - £60
597
A plated salver raised on ball and claw feet, 29cm diameter, a dressing table set, pair of sugar tongs, and a brass carriage clock. (8)
£40 - £60
598
A collection of working tools and stock belonging to William Robb, including silver wire, three sets of scales, 9ct gold wire on a spool, brass pin wire, watchmakers glass cutters, silver mounted amethysts, and silver studs.
£150 - £200
599
A collection of items, comprising two bisque boudoir dolls, Black Forest carved bear, an Austrian carved figure of a bearded man leaning on a walking stick, a creamware figure of Queen Victoria, marked E.Geflowski, creamware bust of a Gentleman, two tobacco jars of figural form, six and four small engraved sherry glasses, a feeding beaker with a floral painted motif and a ceramic shaving mug. (20)
£50 - £80
600
A group of Bristol Blue poison bottles, 8cm to 15cm, a Lawrence of Beccles clear glass beer bottle with marble, and a coffee can and saucer, hand painted by S. D. Nouyrck of a three masted ship. (7)
£40 - £60
601
A Carlton ware pink and gilt vase, Sylvac vase and jug, a Doulton Toby jug of Old Salt, small figural jug, two Sylvac terriers, a pair of Doulton Lambeth frilled edge vases, and a pair of Doulton Slaters vases. (11)
£50 - £80
602
Numismatic: a collection of Commonwealth coins including 242 H & KN pennies; 2 1/- pre 1947; 517 1/- George VI & QEII; 44 2/- George V; 73 2/- George VI; 32 2/- QEII; 180 3p pre 1947; 500 3p George VI & QEII; and 14 large silver jubilee commemorative.
£100 - £150
603
Numismatic: sixteen brilliant uncirculated coin collections for Jersey 1983, Guernsey 1985 to 1989 , UK and 2002 Commonwealth Games, 2000 UK Proof set, States of Jersey seven pound coins for Shipbuilding, States of Jersey twelve pound coins for the island parishes, eight further UK commemorative coins and two RMS Titanic commemorative medals. (29)
£100 - £130
604
A Foley white horse whisky commemorative jug with greyhound and green label verso, in blue ground, circa 1911, 13cm high.
£40 - £60
605
Numismatic/Philatelic: a collection of coins and commonwealth stamps including Royal Memorabilia, farthings, and some pre-1947.
£30 - £50
606
Numismatic: seventy seven commemorative / uncirculated ?5 coins including Bailiwick of Guernsey, Alderney, Jubilee, Trafalgar, Battles, five ?2 coins, Jersey commemorative twenty pence and twenty five pence together with thirteen further commemorative Jubilee crowns, marriage and celebration coins. (97)
£400 - £500
607
Deltiology: a quantity of loose postcards, stamps, including twenty two penny reds on envelopes from Edinburgh to Thurso, 1858 plate and later to 1887 and thirty six through to the end of WWI.
£60 - £100
608
A Mason's ironstone fruit bowl decorated in the 'Mason's Imperial' pattern, a vase and cover, and a hydra jug, limited edition, decorated in the 'Penang' pattern. (3)
£40 - £60
609
A Clarice Cliff Bizarre Fantasque tete-a-tete decorated in the 'Orange Autumn' pattern, printed mark, comprising tea pot, cream jug, sugar bowl, two cups, saucers, and a biscuit plate.
£200 - £300
610
A late 19th century Wildblood porcelain part tea service decorated in an imari pattern, comprising six cups, saucers and plates, sugar bowl, and a cake plate. (20)
£80 - £120
611
A Spode porcelain centrepiece reserve decorated with a view of Windsor Castle, two loving cups, and a Royal Crown Derby commemorative dish. (4)
£80 - £120
612
A Maling lustre bowl decorated in the 'Springtime' pattern against a green scale ground, two Carltonware dishes, and a set of four Edwardian cased glass lamp shades. (7)
£40 - £60
613
A Hummel figure modelled as 'Hear Ye, Hear Ye', limited edition 2/200, 15/II, 19cm high, boxed with certificate.
£60 - £90
614
A quantity of Goss and commemorative china including a miniature teacup and saucer, a leek vase, a model of William Shakespeare, two dogs, a Lincoln Imp, a miniature coffee service, and Arms of the Isle of Man.
£60 - £80
615
A quantity of crested ware items, including a jug, bowl, top hat, fish, candle holder, watering can, and a donkey. (11)
£30 - £50
616
A Caughley Porcelain Ltd bisque porcelain figure, by R Benzing, signed, of a huntswoman riding a brown gelding, raised on an oval naturalistic base, within a recessed wooden stand, 29.5 by 34cm.
£60 - £90
617
A Spode porcelain vase and cover, limited edition 10/100, of twin handled baluster form 'Balmoral Vase', commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Coronation of HM Queen Elizabeth II, boxed with certificate.
£50 - £80
618
A Royal Crown Derby imari porcelain miniature solitaire set, pattern no 1206, comprising tray, cream jug, sugar bowl, teapot, cup and saucer, boxed.
£80 - £120
619
A reproduction Ironstone footbath in blue and white, 42 by 30 by 21cm.
£30 - £50
620
A Japanese imari dish, Meiji period, of flowerhead form, moulded and decorated with floral panels, 31cm diameter.
£60 - £80
621
A pair of Minton porcelain Royal Wedding Heraldic Beasts, limited edition 18/250, for the wedding of HRH The Prince of Wales and Lady Diana Spencer, boxed with certificate.
£200 - £300
622
A set of six Stuart crystal goblets, limited editions 13-18, commemorating the 80th Birthday of HM Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother, individually boxed, each with certificate. (6)
£150 - £200
623
A Staffordshire 'Hearty Good Fellow' character jug, Continental porcelain basket, a pair of pugs modelled seated on cushions, and a late 19th century flow blue and white dish, transfer decorated in the 'Amazone' pattern, printed and impressed marks. (5)
£60 - £80
624
A Royal Doulton figure modelled as Town Crier HN2119, Rd Number 6646, printed marks.
£30 - £50
625
A Hummel figure modelled as 'Eventide', 99.34, full bee mark.
£40 - £60
626
A late 19th century parian figure modelled as a boy standing alongside a dog, raised on a circular base, 30cm high, and another figure of a horse by a fence, 22cm high.
£40 - £60
627
A Foley China trio, commemorating 60 years of Queen Victoria, 1837-1897, and two Commemorative coloured glass tumblers, 10cm high. (5)
£50 - £80
628
A Lladro figure modelled as a sorceress, lacking wand and a thumb, 28cm high, and a Gevold porcelain Bavarian goose girl, 15cm high.
£30 - £40
629
A Masons green and gilt ironstone vase of shouldered, octagonal form decorated in the 'Chartreuse' pattern, 30cm high, and five plates. (6)
£60 - £90
630
A carriage hot water bottle, circa 1860, sprig moulded with star fishes and a rose against a buff ground, 27.5 by 11 by 24cm.
£30 - £50
631
After E. H. Wynon: a circular alabaster plaque of two children after a painting by Sir Thomas Lawrence, with bronze backstamp.
£40 - £60
632
A Georgian style cordial glass, the trumpet shaped bowl raised on a double knop stem and conical, folded foot, single knop glass with a bell shaped bowl, and two further glasses. (4)
£80 - £120
633
A group of eight Lilliput Lane sculptures, comprising Traveller's Rest, L2431; Hickory Dickory Dock, L2583; Wedding Bells; Inverlochie Hame; Robins Gate; Queen of Hearts, L2511; Dream Catchers, L2439; and another house. (8)
£40 - £60
634
A Hummel figure group modelled as 'Fanfare', dated 1999, number 1973, 24cm high, with stand, box and certificate.
£120 - £150
635
A Ridgeway & Co buff stoneware jug, circa 1835, relief moulded in the 'Tam-O-Shanter' pattern, impressed mark.
£40 - £60
636
An early 19th century Sunderland lustre composite part tea service, bat printed with ladies in musical pursuits or children playing cards, comprising teapot and stand, slop bowl, six cups and saucers. (14)
£30 - £50
637
A provincial Chinese blue and white bowl and saucer, Qing dynasty, decorated with a four claw dragon, and a similar bowl and saucer. (4)
£100 - £200
638
A Copeland Spode blue and white dinner service transfer decorated in the 'Italian' pattern, comprising three meat platters, square dish, seven dinner and three dessert plates. (14)
£100 - £150
639
A Royal Doulton Titanium bowl decorated with a bird of paradise to central field and foliate border, 20cm diameter.
£30 - £50
640
A Hummel figure modelled as 'Mountaineer', 315, and another of 'Happy Traveller', 109.
£60 - £90
641
A group of West German pottery vases, circa 1960-80, comprising lamp base and four vases. (5)
£30 - £50
642
A Whitefriars tricorn blue bud vase, 24cm high, a Whitefriars ruby red sparrowbeak vase, 18cm, and a Whitefriars amethyst tear drop cased posy vase, 13cm. (3)
£100 - £150
643
A set of five late 19th century coloured glass finger bowls, a Bohemian flashed glass spill vase engraved with panels of flowers, an opaque glass box and cover with gilt rococo scroll decoration, and a milk glass vase decorated with wild roses. (8)
£80 - £120
644
An early 19th century pair of graduated blue and white meat platters, transfer decorated with a botanical pattern, a pair of smaller platters, and a meat drainer. (5)
£80 - £120
645
A Loetz style glass vase with trailed decoration against an opalescent ground, 15cm high.
£30 - £50
646
A Noritake porcelain part dinner and tea service decorated in the 'Chartres' pattern, comprising oval meat platter, vegetable dish, vegetable tureen and cover, gravy boat, seven dinner, six dessert, seven side plates, eight soup bowls, teapot, sucrier, seven fruit bowls and five saucers. (46)
£40 - £60
647
After C. J. Becker: a pair of alabaster plaques of figures at market, with bronze stamp for St. Petersburg.
£80 - £120
648
A Herend porcelain leaf shaped dish decorated with birds and insects, and seven Kaiser porcelain coasters, variously decorated. (8)
£40 - £60
649
A Murano glass vase of ovoid form decorated with white, yellow, red and black circular dots against an amber field, 29cm high and 26cm diameter, and a further vase, similarly decorated, 35cm high and 19cm diameter.
£40 - £60
650
A Charlotte Rhead pottery table lamp of baluster form tube line decorated with fruit and blossom, T238, printed mark, 24cm high.
£80 - £120
651
A ceramic barrel for Burdons Sherry, 29cm high, and a Johnny Walker musical whisky decanter, 36cm high.
£20 - £40
652
A Wedgwood porcelain part tea service decorated in the 'April Flowers' pattern, comprising cream jug, eight cups, six saucers and plates, and a cake plate. (22)
£30 - £50
653
A pair of early 20th century Coalport porcelain teacups and saucers of fluted form, the reserve painted with flowers, a KPM Berlin porcelain cup and saucer, the reserve decorated with flowers against a blue ground, together with a Royal Crown Derby porcelain part tea service, circa 1939, decorated with a band of flowers, comprising a cream jug, sugar bowl, pair of bread plates, seven cups, eight saucers and nine tea plates. (34)
£50 - £80
654
A group of Beswick sow pigs including Ch Wall Queen 40, printed marks. (3)
£60 - £90
655
A Spode porcelain vase and cover, limited edition 10/100, of twin handled baluster form 'Sandringham and Balmoral Vase', commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Coronation of HM Queen Elizabeth II, boxed with certificate.
£50 - £80
656
A quantity of Hummel annual collector's plates 1987-1995, together with 'Fall' from the Four Seasons series. (10)
£30 - £50
656A
A studio pottery vase, 20th century, Henry Moore style, modelled as the stylised torso of a woman, stone glaze, 49 by 31cm.
£40 - £60
657
A Hampton Ivory pottery wash set printed with birds and flowers, comprising; wash jug and bowl, chamber pot, toothbrush holder and a soap dish. (5)
£40 - £60
658
A early 19th century Coalport porcelain part tea and coffee service decorated with flowers and gilt leaves, pattern number 629, comprising bread plate, ten tea cups, six coffee cups and eleven saucers. (28)
£40 - £60
659
A Hummel figure modelled as 'Happy Pastime', 62, full bee mark.
£40 - £60
660
A pair of ruby flashed glass candle holders with etched decoration, 28cm high.
£30 - £40
661
A Baccarat frosted glass figure modelled as an owl, etched mark, 10cm high.
£30 - £50
662
A Loetz style glass vase of long necked globular form, circa 1900, with green and blue iridescent decoration, 24cm high.
£50 - £80
663
A Murano red glass, triple handled, footed bowl, 28 by 40cm, and a ruby knobbly glass three section vase 47 by 41cm high.
£40 - £60
664
A Crummles enamel circular box '40', a Limoges oval box, the lid surmounted with a seated dog, and three further boxes. (5)
£30 - £50
665
A Hummel figure group modelled as 'Coquettes', 179, together with 'Farm Boy', 66.
£50 - £80
666
A George III dark green glass bell shaped wine bottle for All Saints Common Room, Oxford, circa 1800, with ASCR raised crest to the front, 28cm high.
£180 - £240
667
A late 19th century stoneware spirit barrel with incised vertical banded decoration, with a wooden tap, 39cm high.
£30 - £50
668
A collection of Hummel collector's bells, 1987-1992. (6)
£30 - £50
669
A Coronaware, S Hancock & Sons, deep bowl decorated in the 'Cherry Ripe' pattern, handpainted by Molly Hancock, 20cm diameter; two plates, 22cm diameter, and two vases. (5)
£50 - £80
670
A Beswick Hereford bull, a Ch of Champions cow, and a calf. (3)
£60 - £90
671
A Portmeirion dinner service decorated in the 'Botanical' pattern, including five egg cups, six ramekins, two pairs of lidded pots, a pair of candlesticks, two lidded heart shaped pots, a juicer, teapot stand, four serviettes, a Christmas tree shaped plate, three lidded pots for tea, coffee and sugar, six cups and eight saucers, nine dinner plates, five graduated pudding bowls, eight graduated bowls, two oval serving plates, two pairs of rectangular dishes, four oval serving bowls, four oval plates, two circular platters, two two-division bowls, seven flat rim bowls, eight bowls, a vase, a soap dispenser, a large wash bowl, and three utensils. (171)
£100 - £200
672
A pair of Satsuma vases, Edo period, of baluster form, reserve decorated with figures against a blue ground, 39cm high, and a Paris porcelain vase with brass mounts, 37cm high. (3)
£30 - £50
673
A Murano glass vase of ovoid form in brown and black with a white and back striped section, 28cm high and 20cm diameter, and a Murano glass vase of circular form decorated in orange, yellow and red, 29cm high and 24cm diameter.
£40 - £60
674
A Worcester porcelain coffee set decorated with floral sprays, comprising six cans and saucers, boxed.
£30 - £50
675
A pair of early 19th century cut glass rummers with pillar stems, 14cm high by 9.5cm.
£50 - £80
676
A set of six Victorian cut glass finger bowls with star cut bases, 13cm diameter.
£30 - £50
677
A group of Royal Doulton figures, comprising Southern Belle, HN2229; Alexandra, HN2398; Loretta, HN2337; and Harmony, HN2824. (4)
£50 - £80
678
A Royal Copenhagen porcelain figure modelled as a girl with a goose, no 528, a bear cub, Bing & Grondhal seated cat, and a field mouse. (4)
£50 - £80
679
An 18th century Dutch delftware charger decorated in blue with a farmstead, 36cm diameter.
£60 - £90
680
A Murano glass bowl decorated with yellow, red, orange and blue dots, 17cm high and 20cm diameter.
£20 - £40
681
A late 20th century Staffordshire pottery figure flatback group with spill vase, titled 'The Rival', 30cm high.
£30 - £50
682
A Hummel figure modelled as 'She Loves Me', 174, full bee mark.
£40 - £60
683
A Royal Crown Derby porcelain imari paperweight modelled as an Indian elephant, limited edition 171/950, boxed with certificate.
£120 - £180
684
A pair of late 19th century black glass vases of twin handled, baluster form enamel decorated with Neptune and Amphitrite riding chariots drawn by horses, 34cm high.
£200 - £300
685
A Portmeirion part coffee service decorated in the 'Phoenix' pattern, comprising coffee pot, cream jug, sugar bowl, five cups and saucers. (13)
£30 - £50
686
A stained glass painted head of a Grecian or Classical warrior, 26 by 22cm.
£200 - £300
687
A set of six late 19th century opalescent glass plates, a William Walker glass vase, and two further pieces of glass. (9)
£50 - £80
688
A Ruskin opalescent turquoise bowl, circa 1923, or ogee form, printed and impressed marks, 20 by 6cm.
£60 - £80
689
A quantity of Royal Doulton Bunnykins, comprising six breakfast plates, four tea plates, two straight edged bowls, two lipped bowls, a feeding bowl, four mugs, and a baby's feeding cup. (20)
£30 - £50
690
A Royal Copenhagen Bing and Grondhal porcelain girl and baby, 1721, 19cm; a Fisher boy, 905, 18cm high; a girl with a baby, 1938, 13cm high; two blue ground Christmas plates; a saucer and can, pig and goose, and a bluebird, number 1633. (10)
£100 - £200
691
A Spode porcelain vase and cover, limited edition 32/500, 'The Vatican Chalice', commemorating the visit to Great Britain of His Holiness Pope John Paul II 1982, boxed with certificate.
£60 - £90
692
A pair of Victorian hobnail cut globular decanters and stoppers, 30cm high, a pair of bell shaped decanters engraved with vines, 36cm high, a further pair of decanters, a cut glass celery vase, 26cm high, two further bottles and stoppers, and two claret jugs. (11)
£120 - £180
693
A white glass snuff bottle with green glass stopper, a porcelain snuff bottle and another painted with a bird. (3)
£50 - £80
694
A Royal Crown Derby imari porcelain paperweight modelled as an Indian elephant, limited edition 75/500, boxed with certificate.
£200 - £300
695
A mid 19th century Samuel Alcock botanical porcelain part dessert service, painted with flowers within a gilt and cobalt blue bow and floral drop border, pattern number 3/1463, comprising two oval dishes, four single handled circular dishes, and twelve plates. (18)
£300 - £500
696
A Maling lustre vase of ovoid form, decorated in the 'Daisy' pattern against a green scale ground, twin handled bowl decorated in the 'Rosine' pattern against a scale green ground, and a pair of bowls decorated in the 'Springtime' pattern against a pink scale ground. (4)
£150 - £180
697
A Hummel figure modelled as 'Chimney Sweep', 12 2/0, full bee mark.
£30 - £50
698
A quantity of ceramics including a Flight, Barr & Barr saucer, three Derby porcelain vases reserve decorated with flowers, one 15cm high and two 13cm high, a Blanchet, Paris cup and saucer, three pieces, ex Kedleston Hall sale 2002, and three further ceramic items. (12)
£80 - £120
699
A Mason's ironstone water jug decorated with flowers, and a Mason's vase of octagonal, baluster form decorated in the 'Mandalay' pattern, printed marks, 26cm high.
£50 - £80
700
A Royal Crown Derby imari porcelain paperweight modelled as an Indian elephant, limited edition 169/950, boxed with certificate.
£120 - £180
701
A Royal Doulton porcelain part tea and coffee service decorated in the 'Coniston' pattern, comprising cake plate, cream jug, sucrier, four mugs, six tea cups, saucers and plates, six coffee cans and saucers. (37)
£30 - £50
702
A late 18th century Bristol pearlware tankard, in blue decorated with a reserve cartouche named to Ann Evenden beneath a cross hatch border, 12cm high.
£400 - £600
703
Studio of Stanislav Libensky: a late 20th century glass sculpture of conical form with a yellow spiral twist enveloping a blue cone, etched Stanislav Libensky Lenijr, 26cm high and 16cm diameter.
£300 - £500
704
A German porcelain coffee pot of spiral fluted, ovoid form decorated with sprays of flowers, three Royal Crown Derby 'Derby Posies' trinket dishes, a Royal Worcester floral sugar bowl, a reproduction 'Blind earl' coffee cup and saucer, and a Sitzendorf porcelain figure. (8)
£50 - £80
705
A Crown Derby preserve pot with strawberry finial decorated in the 'Derby Posies' pattern, 8cm high, together with two pin dishes and a plate, 27cm diameter. (4)
£30 - £50
706
A quantity of Chinese blue and white porcelain tea and coffee wares, pair of famille rose coffee cups and two pearlware coffee cups. (14)
£150 - £200
707
A cold painted model of a Hussar, mounted on a horse, raised on a naturalistic base, figure 10cm high, base 15 by 7cm.
£50 - £80
708
A pair of Doulton Slater stoneware vases of baluster form chine decorated with flowers against a yellow ground, 20cm high.
£40 - £60
709
A pair of Doulton Lambeth Faience stoneware vases, by Harry Simeon and Bessie Newbury, circa 1915, of bottle form decorated with scrolling flowers, leaves and tendrils against a green ground, blue inner glaze, impressed mark and number L8932, painted artist's monograms and number 377, each 33cm diameter and 34.5cm high.
£1800 - £2200
710
A part suite of early 20th century table glass with faceted bowls and stems, comprising; five red wine goblets, fifteen white wine glasses and nine port glasses. (29)
£60 - £90
711
A group of Royal Doulton figures, comprising Top o' the Hill, HN1849, Miss Demure, HN1402, Daydreams, H1731, and A Victorian Lady, HN728. (4)
£50 - £80
712
A Spode porcelain vase and cover, limited edition 5/100, of twin handled, baluster form 'St Paul's Vase' commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Coronation of HM Queen Elizabeth II, boxed with certificate.
£50 - £80
713
A Hummel figure modelled as 'Little Fiddler', limited edition 3/200, 2/I, 20cm high, boxed with certificate and stand.
£80 - £100
714
A set of six Lilliput Lane models for BBC's Last of the Summer Wine by Jane Hart, comprising A Leisurely Run, Time for a Cuppa, What a Pane!, A Balancing Act, There May Be Trouble Ahead, and No Escaping Auntie Wainright. (6)
£80 - £120
715
A Holdcroft majolica jug, circa 1870, in the form of an open mouthed bear holding a drum behind its head, 25cm high.
£120 - £180
716
A Belleek porcelain cream jug and sugar bowl moulded with water lilies, a Royal Worcester white glazed vase moulded with flowers and leaves, a white glazed pot pourri bowl and integral cover, and a Moore spill vase formed as cactii. (5)
£50 - £80
717
A Hummel figure modelled as 'Home from Market', 198, full bee mark.
£40 - £60
718
A Beswick huntsman on horseback, 21cm high, and five hunting dogs. (6)
£300 - £400
719
A quantity of Royal Doulton figures, comprising Best Wishes, HN3971; The Little Bridesmaids, HN1433; Kirsty HN3743; Daddy's Girl, HN3435; Darling, HN1985; and a Brooks & Bentley figure, The Great Fashions of History, of Caroline. (6)
£60 - £80
720
An early 19th century porcelain part dessert service, printed with romantic castle views against a cobalt blue ground, comprising comport, pair of circular dishes, pair of rectangular dishes and three plates. (8)
£50 - £80
721
A pair of Lynton Porcelain Derby pot pourri vases and covers, of cylindrical form, raised on three scroll feet, decorated in the 'Hamilton Imari' pattern, 9cm high.
£40 - £60
722
A group of Royal Doulton figures, comprising Elaine HN2791, boxed, Buttercup HN2309, Sarah HN3380, Sandra HN2275, boxed, and Sarah Mustard HN2275. (5)
£80 - £120
723
A George III wine glass, the floral engraved ogee shaped bowl above a double spiral twist stem and conical foot, 16cm high.
£100 - £150
724
A Hummel figure modelled as 'Merry Wanderer', limited edition 36/200, 7/I, 19cm high, boxed with certificate and stand.
£80 - £100
725
A Victorian blue glass lustre with gilt floriate and vase decoration, with clear glass drops, 37cm high.
£120 - £150
726
A late 19th century pottery jug, probably Torquay, decorated with incised, stylised Art Nouveau flowers against a blue ground, 31cm high, together with a Royal Doulton stoneware vase of ovoid form moulded with a band of flower heads and Celtic scrolls, impressed marks, 24.5cm high.
£80 - £120
727
A quantity of green glass bottles including named bottles and a digitalis bottle, together with two dump weights. (27)
£40 - £60
728
A Coalport porcelain part coffee service, circa 1900, decorated in gilt with floral swags and harebells against a cobalt blue ground, pattern number 2302, comprising fourteen cups and sixteen saucers. (30)
£80 - £120
729
A Royal Crown Derby imari porcelain paperweight modelled as an Indian elephant, limited edition 76/500, boxed with certificate.
£200 - £300
730
A Galle style vase cased with a dragonfly and water lillies, and a similar Munza style vase cased with trees and mountains, 15cm high.
£100 - £150
731
A group of Royal Doulton figures, comprising Leading Lady, HN 2269; Veneta, HN2722; Laurianne, HN2719; and Hilary, HN2335; and a Coalport, Ladies of Fashion, figure of Letter From a Lover. (5)
£60 - £80
732
A Victorian silver punch bowl with lions head handles and gadrooned base, London 1888, maker WBJ monogram, 25cm diameter, 34.035 toz.
£700 - £800
733
A collection silver serving spoons, comprising London 1759, Chas Houghton, 1807, William Eaton 1836, and Charles Lias 1845, 7.265 toz. (4)
£200 - £300
734
A set of four George IV silver dessert spoons, Glasgow 1825, six teaspoons, 1840 James Beebe, and two further, two table spoons, London 1825, a tablespoon, London 1785, William Smith, a pair of salt spoons, and a pair of Georgian sugar nips, 15.435 toz. (18)
£200 - £300
735
A collection of nineteen assorted silver teaspoons and apostle spoons, including spoons with ribbed bowls, embossed patterns to bowls, and twisted handles, English dated from the 18th to the 20th century, 6.687 toz.
£120 - £180
736
A set of eleven Victorian Old English pattern table forks, London 1840, William Eaton, 26.42oz.
£450 - £550
737
A set of twelve Victorian Old English pattern silver dessert forks, London 1840, William Eaton, 15.81oz.
£280 - £340
738
A 1930s six piece plated cutlery set with ivorine handles, fish knives and forks, a plated pierced oval tray, a coaster, tongs, teapot, oval dish, tankard, toast rack, bonbon dishes, and three ladles.
£60 - £80
739
A set of Mappin & Webb plate and ivory fruit knives and forks, and a further set with mother of pearl handles, both oak cased with brass inlaid crest, 29 by 24 by 5cm high.
£40 - £60
740
A silver pepperette in the form of a watering can, Chester 1901, Cornelius Saunders and Frances Shephard, and another Victorian pepperette of conical form, Birmingham 1898, 0.91 toz.
£60 - £100
741
A silver pepper grinder, Sheffield 1960, a silver teaspoon, 1977, and a silver ingot and chain, 5.85 toz total weight. (3)
£30 - £50
742
A set of six Mappin & Co silver teaspoons and a pair of sugar tongs with pierced shelled rococo decoration, spoons Chester 1909, tongs Birmingham 1909, cased, 3.45toz.
£100 - £150
743
A mirror topped silver and cut glass powder jar, Birmingham 1935, a compact with applied RAF badge, an enamelled compact, and a paste set compact. (4)
£50 - £80
744
A silver dressing table with engine turned decoration, monogram engraved, London 1946, comprising two clothes brushes, two hair brushes, hand mirror, and a compact. (6)
£100 - £150
745
A collection of twelve William IV and Victorian fiddle back dessert spoons, comprising six London 1838, William Eaton, three William IV London 1836, John Whiting, one London 1850, R. W., one London 1871, George Adams, and one London 1870, Martin Hall & Co, 19.3oz. (12)
£300 - £400
746
A collection of George III dessert spoons, comprising six London 1816, Solomon Hougham, two London 1790, Richard Crossley, two London 1815, Solomon Hougham, and a London 1815, 25.43oz. (11)
£400 - £500
747
A Victorian silver king's pattern soup ladle, Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1900, 9.70 toz.
£200 - £250
748
A silver button hook with a spiral flouted handle, another cast with foliate scrolls, oval strut photograph frame, Victorian rectangular dish embossed with rose, Birmingham 1889, six silver backed dressing table brushes and a nut cracker of anvil form. (11)
£80 - £120
749
A plated pedestal fruit bowl with a pierced stem, 16 by 28cm.
£30 - £40
750
An Indian silver cigarette box, hinged and engraved with a foliate design, 9.709 toz, 13 by 4 by 8cm.
£120 - £180
751
A set of six Continental white metal coffee spoons with figural terminals, 3.115 toz.
£60 - £100
752
A pair of Continental white metal figures modelled as cock and hen pheasants, 14.72 toz.
£300 - £500
753
A silver dish set with a Hong Kong dollar, 1.725 toz, white metal dish with an embossed leaf border, and a white metal ashtray titled 'Hollandia'. (3)
£50 - £80
754
A silver vesta case with engraved foliate decoration, Birmingham 1902, and a silver cigarette case, Birmingham 1929, 3.57 toz.
£60 - £80
755
A silver pie crust salver, London 1911, 16cm diameter, shamrock dish, hallmarked Birmingham, silver lidded pin box, Birmingham 1911, and a silver cigarette box with engine turned decoration, Birmingham 1929, 13.5 by 9 by 4.5cm, 18.54 toz total weight.
£80 - £120
756
A Celanese white metal box of rectangular, serpentine form, the lid cast with two entwined birds and foliate scrolls, dated January 1918, 11.5cm long, and two white metal dishes, the rims embossed with roses, 9.5cm diameter. (3)
£50 - £80
757
A George II silver nutmeg grater of oval form, Birmingham 1799.
£60 - £90
758
A wooden cased canteen of silver plated flatware, a cased set of six coffee bean spoons with green ends, a cased set of six butter knives, and a plated lighter in the form of a small jug.
£40 - £60
759
A Victorian fluted glass and silver dressing table bottle, embossed with foliate decoration, by Miller Bros, 1896, and a Victorian silver circular lidded snuff, Birmingham 1899, Crisford & Norris Ltd.
£80 - £120
760
A silver cigar cutter, Chester 1902, a matchbox sleeve, Birmingham 1902, and a vesta case, Chester 1903, 3.905 toz. (3)
£80 - £120
761
A silver pedestal cup engraved 'Durlston Court, 100 yards open, 17 June 1907', Sheffield 1906, 3.48toz, boxed.
£60 - £100
762
CATALOGUE AMENDMENT: A George III silver vinaigrette of canted, rectangular form, the lid cast with a leaf and flower, John Betteridge, Birmingham 1818.
£80 - £120
763
A George III silver vinaigrette of plain rectangular form with a pierced grille, Joseph Taylor, Birmingham 1802.
£100 - £150
764
A Victorian silver cigar box of rectangular section engraved to the lid with a Baronial crest, London 1894, 41.66 toz total weight.
£500 - £700
765
A quantity of silver including grape scissors, ladles, caddy spoons, fruit knives, and a pair of sugar nips, 14.805 toz. (11)
£200 - £250
766
A George III silver cream jug of helmet form with a single engraved band of flowers, London 1800, 4.65toz, 12.5cm high.
£80 - £120
767
A silver salt and spoon, Birmingham 1902 and 1904; a caddy spoon, 1899, William Davenport; a caddy spoon, Birmingham 1913, S.G. Jacobs; and a large mustard spoon, Sheffield 1901, James Deakin & Sons, 1.285 toz.
£50 - £80
768
A pair of silver caddy spoons, six silver tea spoons and a pair of nutcrackers with silver handles. (9)
£50 - £80
769
A George III silver snuff box with engraved foliate decoration, initials to the lid, Birmingham 1814.
£80 - £120
770
A Georgian silver and mother of pearl folding fruit knife, leather cased, another similar, and two silver caddy spoons. (4)
£80 - £120
771
A Continental silver seal with bust terminal, London 1894; a button hook, Birmingham 1906; a cocktail stirrer, Birmingham 1937; a small button hook; a Mordan propelling pencil, London 1896; and a teaspoon commemorating the Relief of Lucknow 1857, hallmarked Birmingham 1928. (6)
£100 - £150
772
A set of six George III Old English pattern table forks, crest engraved, William Bateman, London 1781, and six dessert forks, London 1782, 20.01 toz.
£300 - £400
773
A Victorian silver hot water jug with a hinged lid, Birmingham 1896, 14.5cm high, and a silver sauce boat raised on three hoof feet, Birmingham 1945, 13.415 toz.
£180 - £240
774
A Victorian silver six division toast rack raised on bun feet, London 1881, by William Hutton and Sons, 11.19 toz.
£250 - £300
775
A George III silver tooth pick holder with bright cut engraving, Birmingham 1797.
£80 - £120
776
A silver baluster shaped four piece teaset with gadrooned rim, raised on bun feet, Birmingham 1939, 54.185 toz, comprising teapot, coffee pot, cream jug and sugar bowl.
£800 - £1200
777
A silver three division cigarette box with engine turned decoration, raised on cylindrical feet, Birmingham 1949, 25.74 toz total, and a cigar box with a glazed lid set with a print of the Doncaster Great St. Leger 1839, hallmarked London 1902, 31.68 toz total. (2)
£900 - £1200
778
A William Robb of Ballater silver cap badge for the Balmoral Highlanders, from the order of 25 uniforms with silver accessories by Edward VII, with motto 'Nemo Me Impune Lacessit', engraved verso 'E.R.I. 1903', not hallmarked, stamped Robb, Ballater, 1.3toz, 5cm diameter. Provenance: to current vendor by decent from William Robb.
£600 - £800
779
A William Robb of Ballater Scottish cut crystal mustard pot, the base hobnail cut and silver lid engraved with thistle leaves surmounted by a thistle finial, Edinburgh 1912, 9cm high. Provenence: to current vendor by decent from William Robb.
£400 - £600
780
A William Robb of Ballater pair of silver 'Merrythought' sugar tongs, Edinburgh 1926, 11cm long. Provenence: to current vendor by decent from William Robb.
£500 - £600
781
A William Robb of Ballater silver quaiche with down turned handles, the bowl on a reeded foot, Edinburgh 1916, 1.4toz, 12.2 by 6.6cm wide. Provenence: to current vendor by decent from William Robb.
£600 - £800
782
A William Robb of Ballater silver specimen or single stem vase of conical fluted form with reeded bands, on a round and stepped base, with wooden filling to base, Edinburgh 1911, 19cm high. Provenence: to current vendor by decent from William Robb.
£600 - £800
783
A William Robb of Ballater 'Giant Shawl' pin, in a Celtic pattern with entwined ropetwist, with coronet setting holding a Cairngorm quartz crystal, 9cm long, not hallmarked. Provenence: to current vendor by decent from William Robb.
£500 - £800
784
A William Robb of Ballater single silver candlestick with wide drip tray above a pink polished granite column, on a round, stepped loaded base, Edinburgh 1911, 14cm high, the base 6.5cm diameter. Provenence: to current vendor by decent from William Robb.
£600 - £800
785
A William Robb of Ballater silver compensated barometer with thermometer, Edinburgh 1909, the case engraved with scrolling foliate design, set on an oval onyx and silver plated base, 10 by 20cm long. Provenence: to current vendor by decent from William Robb.
£1000 - £1500
786
A William Robb of Ballater cut crystal inkwell, Edinburgh 1905, the base cut with a chrysanthemum design, with silver neck rim and lid set with a cut topaz in the form of a coronet, 12.5cm diameter by 10.5cm high. Provenence: to current vendor by decent from William Robb.
£1500 - £2000
787
A William Robb of Ballater silver prototype 'Balmoral' box, Edinburgh 1912, of pierced oval form with cast low relief of Balmoral Castle to lid and Royal coat of arms to front, the borders pierced, engraved and decorated with blue bells, the interior finished with gilt, 17.1toz, 16.5 by 10 by 6cm high, smaller versions of this design were made by William Robb as snuff and pill boxes for presentation. Provenence: to current vendor by decent from William Robb.
£3000 - £5000
788
A William Robb of Ballater silver inkstand, Edinburgh 1910, made for the Ballater curling club for presentation, in 1911, on the occasion of the marriage of the land owner on whose land they played, the backplate with a stag head surmount above a banner with the motto 'sic itur ad astra' meaning 'thus you shall go to the stars' taken from Virgil's Aeneid, and the plate sculpted in low relief with eight figures curling, set against a mountainous background, the two inkwells in the form of curling stones with ivory handles, the break front with single bowfronted drawer and scroll handle, on five bun feet, 53.9toz, 27 by 14 by 14cm high. Provenence: to current vendor by decent from William Robb.
£5000 - £8000
789
A William Robb of Ballater Cairngorm quartz crystal and unmarked gold pendant, circa 1900, of oval form with a central darker heart shaped Cairngorm crystal held in place by gold line engraved straps with a centrally mounted Scotch pearl, the pendant fastening formed in the shape of a crown with a Scotch pearl and four red garnets above four alternately placed turquoise stones and three seed pearls, 8.5 by 5cm. The pendant was designed and made for Queen Victoria who did not like it and it has never been worn, in a display box for W. W. Randle, Jeweler, Braemar, Robb's son-in-law. Provenence: to current vendor by decent from William Robb.
£3000 - £5000
790
A late 19th century German ivory miniature doll's house three piece suite with pierced floral and bird decoration, each raised on cabriole legs, comprising two seater sofa, single chair and a table. (3)
£400 - £600
791
A loaded silver candlestick of baluster form, 20.95 toz total, 25cm high.
£50 - £80
792
A set of six silver handled fruit knives, Sheffield 1911, cased, and a silver cigarette case, Birmingham 1960, 5.68toz.
£80 - £120
793
A Spanish white metal desk stand of serpentine form with pen tray, letter rack, and two pen holders with quill shaped pens, 15.68 toz.
£350 - £400
794
A Victorian silver scent bottle container of textured egg form, and a cranberry glass scent bottle with silver lid.
£150 - £200
795
A German silver brooch set with an emerald coloured cabochon, two three pence coins, three rings, a teaspoon, and three chains.
£50 - £80
796
An Indian silver bangle and another hallmarked bangle, 3.986 toz.
£50 - £80
797
A late 19th century Continental white metal desk stand, possibly German, cast centrally with a pedestal dish supported by two rampant lions, flanked by an urn shaped inkwell and sander, cast with masks, the covers with leaf and scroll finial, on an inverted breakfront base cast with leaves and scroll cartouches, raised on mask feet, 14.69 toz, 23.5cm long.
£300 - £400
798
A George III silver Old English pattern serving spoon, monogram engraved, London 1805, 3.28 toz.
£60 - £90
799
A George III silver Old English pattern serving spoon, crest engraved, London 1800, 3.49 toz..
£70 - £100
800
A William IV wood and silver box engraved to the lid 'Eliza Lentz - a gift from Mr Abraham Jarvis 1832'.
£60 - £80
801
A silver easel bedside clock, Swiss made, Birmingham 1929, 11cm high.
£100 - £150
802
A Victorian silver pair cased open faced key wind pocket watch, J.G. Graves, Sheffield, the enamel dial bearing Roman numerals, with subsidiary second dial, marked 'The Express English Lever', a Continental silver pocket watch, and a Swiss silver cased wristwatch. (3)
£100 - £150
803
A silver pie crust edge salver raised on four scroll feet, Sheffield 1933, 21.155 toz, 26cm diameter.
£300 - £350
804
A collection of pre-1947 British silver coinage, 18.5oz, two teaspoons, Chester, and two Germanic pieces of flatware in the form of a knife and fork.
£120 - £150
805
A prayer book with silver front cover with Art Nouveau embossed floral design, Birmingham 1909, a hymn book, and a snuff box with tortoiseshell to the lid. (3)
£40 - £60
806
A Continental white metal cased pin cushion, C. Becker, of oval form engraved with flowers and rococo scrolls, the swing handle engraved '10 February 1849-74'.
£40 - £60
807
A Viners plated leaf engraved cigarette box, a lizard skin cigarette box, and a Japanned lacquer cigarette box. (3)
£30 - £40
808
A Victorian bone snuff box, two agate boxes, a tortoiseshell and mother of pearl set gilt metal box, and two further boxes. (6)
£150 - £200
809
A king's pattern dessert spoon, inscribed from Grandmamma 1848, London 1828, five teaspoons, and three monogrammed teaspoons, 1826, 5.395 toz. (9)
£150 - £250
810
A late 19th century mantilla hair ornament with pierced branch foliage decoration, 21 by 26cm.
£30 - £40
811
An early 19th century porcelain pipe, possibly Worcester, decorated with a gartered motto, with crown and lion surmount, purported to have been in the ownership of HRH The Duchess of Kent, mother of Queen Victoria.
£50 - £80
812
A late 18th century Staffordshire enamel nutmeg grater, the lid detailed 'Trifles then Respect' against a duck egg blue squiggle ground.
£100 - £150
813
A late 18th century Bilston enamel patch box in blue ground, the lid decorated with a vase and two doves within a border of 'As true as the Dove...I am to my Love', 37mm diameter.
£40 - £60
814
A Victorian hardstone and metal desk seal, amber and cornelian seal, crest engraved, glass cube set with an intaglio, bust portrait of a gentleman, possibly George IV, brass seal with turned bone handle, and an early 19th century painted ivory miniature half length portrait of a young lady. (5)
£30 - £50
815
A collection of pens and propelling pencils including a Parker fountain pen, 51 and 61, with 14k gold nib, a Parker 51 ballpoint, a boxed Cross soft tip pen, and two propelling pencils with refills.
£40 - £60
816
A silver pie crust salver with scroll and shell rim, London 1905, 9.885toz, 22cm diameter.
£150 - £200
817
A Victorian silk and beadwork purse with a white metal mount, two further purses and three miser's purses. (6)
£40 - £60
818
A twin handled horn quaiche set to the centre of the bowl with a silver medallion engraved ' SCUAB - AS'I ', the handles mounted with oval silver plaques, one engraved with the thistle the other the cross of St.Andrew.
£60 - £100
818A
A Continental white metal candle holder, the stem cast with a cherub atop a ball on an outswept base and three scroll feet, 19.5cm high, together with an Italian silver candle holder cast with a putto beneath vines, 8cm high, 3.71toz.
£40 - £60
819
A Chinese white metal figure group of a man pulling a rickshaw, a miniature basket, a Continental box, and a miniature container. (4)
£50 - £80
820
A pair of pierced oval silver salts on ball and claw feet, with cut glass liners, London 1919, 4.03 toz.
£60 - £80
821
A Victorian silver Fiddle and Shell pattern pair of fish servers with pierced and engraved floral decoration, London 1854, 11.87 toz.
£250 - £300
822
A bloodstone and cornelian swivel fob on a kerb link Albert chain with T-bar as fitted.
£30 - £50
823
A Victorian silver and mother of pearl folding fruit knife, another similar, two silver propelling pencils, a further silver sheathed pencil, a pendant formed as a prayer wheel, and a crystal and cornelian set seal. (7)
£30 - £50
824
An early 19th century ebony pipe stamper of boot form, propelling gilt tooth pick, two silver and mother of pearl folding fruit knives, two silver thimbles, a funnel, two miniature scent bottles, and a boxwood ruler. (10)
£80 - £120
825
A late 19th century French gilt brass, paste and enamel set chatelaine, comprising scent bottle, aide memoire, propelling pencil and the back of a locket.
£80 - £120
826
A Victorian tortoiseshell and ivory edged calling card case and a tortoiseshell snuff box of comma form.
£80 - £120
827
A blonde tortoiseshell and pique purse, a tortoiseshell and silver pique neccesaire case and a tortoiseshell and mother of pearl inlaid miniature casket. (3)
£200 - £300
828
A tortoiseshell framed strut bedside clock, Swiss eight day movement, 11cm high, together with a brass and red faux enamel bedside clock.
£150 - £200
829
A late 19th century German ivory thimble holder carved as an alpine chalet with mirrored glass windows, fretwork balcony and fenced perimeter, the hinged lid opening to reveal a thimble recess, 4.5cm long.
£100 - £150
830
A Scottish silver and agate set dirk brooch.
£60 - £90
831
A 1930s Art Deco marcasite brooch and earrings, a Seiko lady's watch, an Accurist chronometer, a silver ring and brooch, a hand painted ceramic oval portrait of Napoleon III, and a lady's Tissot wristwatch with expanding bracelet.
£40 - £60
832
A cushion cut Madeira citrine, 36.62ct; a collection of seven cushion cut green peridots, 7.36ct in total; and a cushion cut London blue topaz, 14.55ct. (9)
£80 - £120
833
A 1906 gold sovereign with a 9ct gold mount, 9.8g.
£250 - £300
834
A silver facsimile of a Saxon sundial, and an astrological pendant on a chain.
£60 - £80
835
A William Fraser silver napkin ring in wide plain band form set with a cabochon cut topaz, marked W.J.B, the son-in-law to William Robb, working from the Ballater shop, Edinburgh 1931, 5cm by 22mm wide. Provenence: to current vendor by decent from William Robb.
£300 - £500
836
A pair of gold plated earrings with Victoria 1887 Jubilee shilling drops, an enamelled 1937 Edward VIII tiepin, 1919 Commemorative medal, NAUW County Roadmens Section enamel badge, Daily Mirror 'Teddy Tail League' badge, and a Countour England guide published by Gall & Inglis.
£20 - £40
837
A boxed Swarovski crystal pendant decorated with flowers and surmounted with an amber butterfly, together with a boxed crystal heart pendant.
£30 - £50
838
A late 19th century German ivory miniature shrine of stepped, tabernacle form inset with a picture of the Madonna della Sedia, after Raphael, 7.5cm high.
£100 - £150
839
A Victorian gold and plaided hair mourning cross, with loop suspension, engraved verso 'AWJ born August 16 1847, died April 29 1879'.
£50 - £80
840
A silver Aesthetic Colonial design sugar bowl with drum reeded rim with twelve drum like toggles, twin handles, the base with stiff leaf design on four lion paw feet, London 1903, Hemming & Co, a pierced quaiche with two handles, Birmingham 1919, a pair of bright cut Hester Bateman sugar tongs, London 1770, a pair of George III sugar tongs, and a pair of claw sugar tongs, Birmingham 1803, 10.31 toz.
£120 - £180
841
A silver pap boat with reeded rim, London 1761, 13cm long, 1.945 toz.
£300 - £400
842
A lady's 9ct gold wristwatch with expanding bracelet and silvered chapter ring, 18g.
£100 - £140
843
A late 19th century German ivory miniature doll's house armoire, the pierced door opening to reveal three mirror backed shelves holding a number of bottles, chalices, flagons and cups, above a pierced dummy drawer, raised on turned feet, 7.5cm high.
£250 - £300
844
A George III silver caddy spoon with shovel bowl and ivory handle, 1814, two heart shaped photograph frames, a silver postage stamp photo, a golfing spoon with two clubs and a golf ball handle, a silver folding fruit knife, a gold and plated extending pencil, a cigar piercer, a silver lead pencil, and two hat pins.
£200 - £300
845
A cased Queen Victorian 60th Jubilee medal, a cased 1902 Coronation medal, a pair of lorgnettes, and a collection of costume brooches.
£40 - £60
846
Three cast iron intaglio moulds used by William Robb to include a mould for a Masonic badge, 4.5 by 5cm high and two crested moulds, each 5.5 by 5cm high. (3) Provenence: to current vendor by decent from William Robb.
£300 - £400
847
A cast iron intaglio mould used by William Robb to cast 'Balmoral' caddy spoons, which were originally sold for ? crown, foundry mark of G. Cook, B'ham, 8 by 6.5cm high, and the mould for casting the crowned thistle handle, 7 by 5cm high. (2) Provenence: to current vendor by decent from William Robb.
£300 - £400
848
A Peruvian silver brooch with coin inset to the centre, a Peruvian silver brooch with gold metal motif to the centre, a Peruvian hammered metal brooch with yellow metal motif to the centre, and a pair of silver earrings with agates to the centre, 2.735 toz total.
£50 - £80
849
A quantity of costume jewellery including brooches, earrings and necklaces, a mother of pearl box, and various collectables.
£30 - £50
850
A Whiteway, Laidlaw & Co Improved Doric white metal cased gentleman's wristwatch, circa 1920s, with a circular dial, on a leather strap.
£30 - £50
851
A bone screw top box with Charles II silver coins inside, 13 by 17mm diameter.
£80 - £120
852
A Victorian silver propelling pen and pencil with hardstone terminal, similar plated pen/pencil and a USA Redipoint pencil, boxed.
£60 - £100
853
A 9ct gold ring set with a heart cut amethyst and flanked either side by three diamond chips, size O.
£50 - £80
854
A Seiko gentleman's stainless steel wristwatch, and another similar wristwatch.
£30 - £50
855
A silver and enamel charm bracelet, a hollow bangle, a Norwegian silver and enamel butterfly brooch, a marcasite brooch, and a marcasite set double clip brooch. (5)
£40 - £60
856
A George III gold sovereign, worn, with loop attachment, 8.2g.
£280 - £340
857
A pair of emerald cut peridot drop earrings set in 9ct gold with loop attachments, each peridot approximately 1ct.
£40 - £60
858
A pair of Victorian silver and citrine set drop earrings, silver charm bracelet with six charms as fitted, lady's silver cased wristwatch, paste set star, and a micromosaic guitar brooch. (6)
£60 - £90
859
A 9ct gold charm bracelet with four charms as fitted, 23.1g.
£250 - £300
860
A gentleman's gold plated half hunter, keyless wind pocket watch, Coventry made, enamel dial bearing Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, monogram engraved back plate, and an Alpine wooden watch holder.
£80 - £120
861
An baguette cut purple amethyst, 31.5ct; a cushion cut blue quartz, 30.76ct; and a baguette cut plain yellow natural opal, 28.57ct. (3)
£60 - £100
862
A pair of 9ct gold oval double link cufflinks, pierced and engraved with a Masonic set square and compass, 6.1g
£60 - £90
863
A 9ct gold and diamond set bow brooch, a heart shaped pendant, gentleman's signet ring, three various pearl earrings, a 'C' pendant, and a cross pendant, 13.9g total.
£120 - £150
864
An octagon cut bi-colour ametrine, 12.85ct; a heart shaped faceted ruby, 2.47ct; a cushion cut orange citrine, 30.57ct; and a pear shaped purple amethyst, 33ct. (4)
£80 - £120
865
A pair of 18ct gold cufflinks, 5.9g; a Victorian gold and garnet tiepin in the form of grape leaves; a trembleuse ruby pendant with 9ct gold chain; a pair of Edwardian screw fix 9ct gold and garnets earrings set centrally with pearls; and a pair of screw fix pearl earrings.
£180 - £240
866
A 9ct white gold and opal ring, size N, 2.8g, and a 9ct gold and zircon set drop pendant on a 9ct gold neckchain, 3.1g.
£40 - £60
867
A 9ct gold ring set with a central oval cut amethyst, the shoulders with diamond chips, size N, amethyst approx 2.5cts..
£60 - £100
868
A 9ct gold kerb link bracelet on a heart shaped padlock clasp with safety chain as fitted, 7.9g.
£80 - £120
869
An Omega gentleman's Seamaster wristwatch, no 1337, the champagne dial with date aperture, boxed.
£60 - £90
870
A Record de luxe 9ct gold lady's wristwatch, cased.
£100 - £150
871
A Rotary lady's gold plated wristwatch on a mesh bracelet, and a Rotary lady's wristwatch with a circular dial on a mesh bracelet, both boxed.
£80 - £120
872
An Omega ladymatic 9ct gold wristwatch on a mesh bracelet.
£150 - £200
873
A Baltic amber necklace, 104cm long, and a vari-coloured jade bead bracelet.
£60 - £100
874
A boxed Swarovski crystal icicle pendant, Christmas Ornament 2008, with certificate.
£20 - £40
875
A collection of gold and silver items including four brooches, an RAF brooch, two thimbles, a rolled propelling gold filled pencil, a Smith's Astral lady's watch, and another propelling pencil.
£100 - £150
876
A 10ct gold ring set with two circular topaz stones flanked by two rows of diamond chips, size O, 1.6g.
£80 - £120
877
A white gold, simulated pearl and diamond set brooch in an openwork flower and leaf design.
£150 - £200
878
A cameo brooch set with a bust portrait of a Florentine lady, and an oval portrait locket engraved to the front with a garter.
£50 - £80
879
An oval cut mystic topaz, 14.5ct; a trillion cut pink kunzite, 25.7ct; and an emerald cut green tourmaline, 5ct. (3)
£80 - £120
880
An 18ct gold and seed pearl set dress ring in a daisy wheel setting, size M, 2.5g.
£50 - £80
881
An Arts & Crafts silver and mother of pearl pin dish, raised on three scrolling feet, 10cm diameter.
£30 - £50
882
A 9ct white gold and diamond chip tennis bracelet, diamonds 0.3ct, a Victorian cameo on a jet oval frame, 5.5cm, and a smaller Edwardian cameo, 2.5cm.
£100 - £200
883
A pair of two colour 18ct gold hollow rope twist hoop earrings, 2.8g.
£60 - £80
884
An 18ct white gold solid bangle set with five diamonds, approximately 0.25cts total, 33.4g, 6cm diameter.
£600 - £700
885
A 9ct gold hollow block and kerb link necklace and bracelet, and a 9ct gold and seed pearl necklace, 8.4g total. (3)
£60 - £100
886
An 18ct gold and diamond flowerhead ring, size P, 2.6g, 9ct emerald and diamond flowerhead ring, size P, 3.0g, 9ct diamond and sapphire seven stone ring, size N, 1.8g and a further ring. (4)
£100 - £150
887
A trillion cut pink kunzitem 21.6ct; a trillion cut aquamarine coloured quartz 23.62ct; and an oval cut Ceylon colour blue sapphire, 4.30ct. (3)
£80 - £120
888
Withdrawn.
£0 - £0
889
A Huguenin 18ct gold cased gentleman's wristwatch with a circular dial on a leather strap.
£200 - £300
890
A Victorian trembleuse pendant in a heart shaped floral design set with seed pearls, citrine and amethyst, on a chain with screw fitting, an oval agate set brooch, a 9ct diamond and gold dress ring, and three further 9ct gold rings. (6)
£100 - £200
891
A Garrard gentleman's gold cased wristwatch, the silver dial with date aperture, cased.
£200 - £300
892
A gentleman's Omega wristwatch, Seamaster De Ville, on an expanding bracelet.
£80 - £120
893
An 18ct gold lady's Rotary wristwatch, no 566596, and a further Rotary wristwatch, 863872.
£100 - £150
894
A lady's Tudor Royal gold cased wristwatch, the oval dial bearing Arabic numerals, on a 9ct gold Rolex strap.
£200 - £300
895
A Pilot 9ct gold 17 jewel incabloc watch on a gate leg strap, 22.5g, and a Stolrace 1930s 9ct gold lady's wristwatch.
£200 - £300
896
A 9ct gold Longines, Baume wristwatch, DS & S, marked 22696 on back and 11021860 st 763 on movement, with original guarantee, as new.
£200 - £300
897
A 9ct gold Smith's Railway wristwatch with a cream dial bearing Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, presented to FS Ballisat in appreciation of 45 years service, and a letter of provenance.
£150 - £250
898
A George V sovereign 1911.
£200 - £300
899
An 18ct white gold, orange sapphire and diamond ring in a flower head style with diamond set shoulders, size M, 4.5g.
£200 - £300
900
A 9ct white gold and diamond three stone ring in a gypsy setting, approximately 1/8ct, size M, 4.1g.
£50 - £80
901
A boxed Swarovski crystal icicle pendant, Christmas Ornament 2008, with certificate.
£20 - £40
902
An 18ct gold and diamond solitaire ring, 4ct, size N, a five stone 18ct gold ring comprising two 2ct diamonds alternating with three sapphires, size N/O, and a 9ct gold band set with three stones, 6.4g. (3)
£300 - £400
903
An 18ct gold and diamond dress ring in a high claw, three row staggered setting, size N, approximately 3/4cts, 4.1g.
£300 - £400
904
A platinum, seven stone sapphire and diamond ring, approximately 1ct sapphires, 0.5ct diamonds, size L, 3.5g.
£300 - £400
905
An 18ct gold and diamond two stone ring in a cross over design, size M, 2.2g, 9ct gold, sapphire and diamond eternity ring, size S, and a ruby and diamond eternity ring, size K, 5.8g. (3)
£120 - £180
906
An 18ct gold and diamond flower head dress ring with seven diamonds surrounded by a circle of smaller diamonds, 5ct in total, size J, 2.5g.
£300 - £400
907
A 9ct rose gold kerb link bracelet on a heart shaped padlock clasp, further bracelet, oval link and rope twist neckchains, engraved bangle, two brooches and a cufflink. 70.8g.
£650 - £750
908
A string of freshwater pearls on a gold, emerald and ten stone diamond snap clasp.
£600 - £800
909
A 9ct gold cross on a 9ct gold oval rope twist chain, 6.1g.
£60 - £90
910
A 15ct gold, silver and enamel Royal Marines bar brooch, 3.2g.
£60 - £80
911
A green quartz bead necklace, 45cm long; a multi-coloured jade bead bracelet; and an oval cut jade gemstone, 21.29ct. (3)
£60 - £80
912
A mounted gold Victoria sovereign, 1883, 13.1g.
£300 - £350
913
A Victorian porcelain brooch painted with cherub's heads, after Raphael's 'Sistine Madonna', within a gilt metal frame, and an agate set gold brooch.
£50 - £80
914
A fancy cut smoky quartz, 33.23ct; an oval cut natural blue sapphire, 3ct; and an oval cut red topaz, 5.6ct. (3)
£80 - £120
915
A quantity of costume jewellery including an amethyst and marcasite brooch and necklace, a micro mosaic bracelet and brooch, 1930s marcasite and glass cane brooch, a Cairngorn brooch, two watches, in a jewellery box with padded interior and lake and mountain landscape to the lid, 24 by 16 by 9cm.
£60 - £100
916
A 9ct gold and diamond full eternity ring, size M/N, approximately 0.6cts, 2.2g.
£150 - £250
917
A pair of 18ct gold double oval link cuff links with engraved initials, 11.3g.
£200 - £250
918
A 1930s 18ct gold rope and bead twist bracelet with safety chain, 11g, a 9ct gold fine chain, 4.4g, a 14ct gold ring set with an amethyst in a surround of white sapphires, 2.7g, 9ct gold sapphire and chip zirconia ring, 2.2g, and a 9ct gold, brown topaz and diamond coronet ring, 5.1g. (5)
£400 - £600
919
An oval cut pink topaz, 16.25ct; a cushion cut Madeira citrine, 39.92ct; and a collection of nine octagon cut green peridots, 8.86ct in total. (11)
£80 - £120
920
An 18ct gold and diamond ring, the twelve square diamonds set in three groups of four, the central four raised, totalling 1.02ct, size M, 4.2g.
£600 - £800
921
A Gucci wristwatch with a bi-metal strap, Swiss movement, model no G000M, serial number 0070629, boxed with certificate.
£60 - £80
922
An American textured gold, ruby, pink tourmaline and diamond brooch, circa 1940s, in a floral spray and looped bow design, bears assay marks.
£200 - £300
923
A graduated cultured single strand necklace of eighty-five pearls, graduation 3.3mm - 7.4mm on a 9ct white gold clasp, circa 1930, 40cm long.
£180 - £220
924
A Jessie M King for Liberty & Co. enamelled silver necklace, circa 1900, decorated with flowers and foliate motifs, stamped marks.
£400 - £600
925
A 9ct gold panel link bracelet cast with camels and palm trees, on a snap clasp, 19.5cm long, three bar gate bracelet on a heart shaped, padlock clasp, lady's signet ring, monogrammed, size K, and an amethyst set bar brooch with seed pearls set at points, 36.9g.
£450 - £500
926
A light pink coral necklace, a turquoise graduated necklace, and a salmon pink branch coral necklace. (3)
£80 - £120
927
A Tiffany & Co fine chain mesh bracelet centred with a heart and with ring and T-bar attachment, Tiffany & Co interlinked bangle with twisted ovals, and a John Greed tungsten and silver matching necklace and bracelet, together with a Tiffany & Co ?10 gift card. (5)
£150 - £250
928
A pair of 9ct gold double ended cufflinks with engine turned decoration, Chester 1938, 5.9g, and a Victorian 9ct gold bar brooch with floral decoration.
£80 - £120
929
A Georg Jensen silver brooch of abstract cloud form, no 321, 0.54 toz.
£50 - £80
930
A quantity of costume jewellery including Wedgwood cameos, simulated pearl necklaces, a Summit lady's 9ct gold watch, brooches, and silver rings.
£50 - £80
931
A quantity of Chinese cloisonne animals, comprising a rabbit, bear, Pekinese dog, horse, tortoise, goldfish, elephant, owl, panda, frog, and swan. (12)
£60 - £80
932
A pair of late 19th century Qing dynasty bronze vases of baluster form cast with birds and blossom, 34.5cm high.
£100 - £150
933
A Chinese hardwood panel, circa 1900, inlaid with mother-of-pearl in a landscape design within a pierced foliate border, 43 by 58cm.
£80 - £120
934
A late 19th century Chinese steel and bamboo knife with metal mount, and a pair of bone chopsticks in a bamboo and metal bound sheath.
£40 - £60
935
A Japanese brass box, Edo period, signed, cast as a toad with floral decoration to its belly with copper overlay, 6cm long.
£50 - £80
936
A Chinese inside painted snuff bottle decorated with flowers, 9cm, an amber glass bottle, and another decorated with a landscape and a bird. (3)
£50 - £80
937
A Chinese bone cylindrical container decorated with dragons, 55mm long, an inro carved with a phoenix, 46mm long, and a jade pendant with white metal overlay. (3)
£50 - £80
938
A Japanese Satsuma vase, Meiji period, of baluster form decorated in low relief with twelve Immortals against a landscape ground, converted to a table lamp, 26cm high.
£30 - £50
939
A Japanese imari porcelain stick stand, Meiji period, reserve decorated with irises and wisteria against a floriate ground, 60cm high by 25cm diameter.
£100 - £200
940
A pair of Chinese hardstone and black lacquer jewellery boxes, each lined with burgundy rouched silk lining and mirror, brass escutcheons, lacking keys, each 33 by 25 by 11cm.
£60 - £80
941
A late 19th century Qing dynasty blue and white ginger jar decorated with Buddhistic symbols and flowers, 16.5cm high.
£50 - £80
942
Withdrawn.
£0 - £0
943
A Japanese Kutani vase, Meiji period, of ovoid form reserve decorated with flowers and birds, verso a girl and two boys, against a gilt detailed orange ground, converted to a table lamp, 40cm high.
£150 - £200
944
A vase 20th century Chinese blue and white porcelain vase of rectangular section decorated with panels of landscapes, 35cm high, and a Japanese porcelain bowl decorated with a bird and blossom, 25cm diameter.
£40 - £60
945
A Chinese soapstone chess set with carved detailing, cased with a chess board inset lid, 20 by 20 by 4cm.
£60 - £90
946
A Chinese wood carving of the goddess Chang'e holding a rabbit supported on a cloud base, 26cm high, another of a trader wearing a hat, 31cm high, a ceramic figure of a farmworker, and a soapstone carving of a deity, 36cm high. (4)
£60 - £80
947
A quantity of Chinese mother of pearl gaming counters of circular, rectangular and fish form. (167)
£150 - £200
948
A late 19th century Chinese ivory tusk carving of a woman and child, framed by bamboo with tree frogs, 20cm long.
£200 - £300
949
A 19th century Qing dynasty blue and white meat platter decorated with a fenced garden, 33cm long, and an octagonal plate decorated with bamboo and flowers.
£100 - £150
950
A 19th century Japanese figural ivory Okimono modelled as a shibyama inlaid sage with staff and boy, 10cm high, a hardwood carved netsuke of a buddha, 5cm, a resin figure of a woman with a bag, raised on a wooden stand, 15.5cm high, a carved bone puzzle ball stand modelled as three elephants, 10.5cm, a pair of carved hardstone Chinese figures, 12cm, and a pair of carved hardstone Chinese figures modelled as sages riding mules on naturalistic bases, 18cm. (8)
£50 - £80