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Lot 49An Edward VII silver teapot and sugar bowl, of bombe form with scalloped rims, raised on four shell mounted pad feet, the teapot with ebonised finial and handle, 20 by 12 by 13.5cm high, the matching twin handled sugar bowl, 16 by 9 by 8.5cm high, Elkington & Co Ltd., Birmingham 1905, 20toz overall. (2).
Lot 50A collection of seven George III silver tablespoons, comprising two with transitional rat tail backs, monogram engraved, Thomas & William Chawner, London 1763, and James Jones, London 1764, both 21cm, a pair of spoons, Elizabeth Tookey, London 1769, 21.5cm, a pair of spoons, armorial engraved, maker WT, London 1768, each 22cm, and a further spoon, monogram engraved, Thomas Wallis II, London 1791, 22cm, total silver weight 15.135toz. (7).
Lot 51A George III silver cream jug, decorated with chased and repousse flowers, with rococo cartouche, on a circular footed pedestal base, monogram engraved, Edward Read, London 1767, 2.91toz, 10.5cm high, together with a further George III silver cream jug, of bellied form with scalloped rim, raised on three legs, makers mark indistinct, London 1754, 3.03toz, 10cm high, and a larger Victorian silver cream jug, of compressed spherical form with scroll handle, gilt interior, armorial engraved, makers marks indistinct,London 1859, 6.7toz, 10 by 14 by 8.5cm high, total combined silver weight 12.63toz. (3).
Lot 53A set of four Victorian silver cauldron salts, each engraved with a single 'R' to one side and with 'RAF to HMR' to each base, with glass liners, repousse floral and scroll decoration, raised upon three scroll feet with shell form mounts, Henry Holland, London 1845, 14.3toz combined silver weight, each 8.4 by 4.8cm high overall. (4).
Lot 54A Victorian silver military presentation inkwell stand, bearing an inscription to its central sphinx lidded sarcophagus style container 'Presented to Major John Higgins On His Retirement from the Command of the H Company 1st Volunteer Battalion Lincolnshire Regiment by present and past Members January 1889', and a raised upon an quatrefoil form stand with four foliate mounted feet, W W Harrison & Co., Sheffield 1888, with two cut glass and silver lidded ink bottles either side, John Clemmens, Birmingham 1893, 29.7toz weighable silver, 28.5 by 18.5 by 13.5cm high overall..
Lot 55A collection of four early 18th century silver tablespoons, comprising a Queen Anne dog nose spoon, John Broake, London 1704, a further dog nose spoon, Benjamin Watts, date letter indistinct, both 20cm, and a pair of Hanoverian rat tail spoons, London 1711, makers mark indistinct, 20.5cm, total silver weight 7.635toz. (4).
Lot 57A George III silver swing handled fruit basket, the pierced sides decorated with swags with harebells and flowers beneath a beaded scalloped border, the base with palmettes and anthemion surrounding and armorial crest engraved to the centre, the guilloche form handle with shell brackets, the whole raised on a pierced oval pedestal base, William Plummer, London 1774, 16.63toz, 31.5 by 26 by 10cm high, 25cm high with handle raised..
Lot 58A group of Chinese or South East Asian white metal book binding covers, each of rectangular form with pierced holes to the rims for securing to the fabric, decorated in pressed relief with stylised peacocks and flowering branches, including a pair with stiff leaf border, each 19 by 7cm, and a differently sized matched pair with Greek key border, 20.5 by 7cm and 19.5 by 6cm, and four smaller plates, three with lobster in a central panel reserve and one with fish, each 7.3 by 4.1cm, combined weight 6.15toz. (8).
Lot 60A group of five Cambodian Khmer silver zoomorphic trinket or Betel nut boxes, comprising a pair of boxes formed as frogs, a pair formed as chickens, and a single smaller chicken, all bearing the Tola T90 mark to bases below script, largest 6cm high, total combined weight 7.91toz. (5).
Lot 62A group of three South East Asian pierced white metal caskets, one of spherical form with cockerel finial and pierced foliate decoration, 8 by 9cm high, another of demi lune form decorated with a crab to the hinged lid, with inscribed butterfly to the base, 10.5 by 6 by 6cm high, and the last of cylindrical form with scrolling foliage and flowers, 7.5 by 7.5cm, 15.29toz total combined weight. (3).
Lot 63A pair of Cambodian Khmer silver beakers and two bottle vases, all finely decorated with chased and repousse work, the beakers with scrolling foliage within arabesques, each 6.5 by 11.2cm, the bottle vases with intricate trails of flowers and pomegranates to the body and neck, 6.5 by 12cm and 7 by 12.5cm, and all bearing the Tola T90 mark to the base below script, total combined weight 16.0toz. (4).
Lot 64A Cambodian Khmer silver bowl, with chased and repousse acanthus scroll border above guilloche and palmettes, 15 by 9cm high, together with three similarly decorated small dishes each raised on three feet, 10 by 3cm high, all with Tola T90 mark below script, total combined weight 21.4toz. (4).
Lot 65A group of three graduated Cambodian Khmer silver pedestal bowls, the largest decorated with quatrefoil flowers within pennants, 13 by 10cm high, the medium bowl decorated with palmettes, 8.5 by 7cm high, and the smallest decorated with scrolling acanthus, 6.5 by 5.5cm high, total combined weight 19.33toz. (3).
Lot 68An early to mid 20th century white metal purse, likely Cambodian Khmer silver, the pierced ground decorated with goldfish, flowers and birds, with chevron link strap, 10.98toz, 18 by 11 by 7cm, together with a smaller similar purse finished in gold colouring with matching chevron and knot strap, 13 by 8 by 5cm, 6.09toz, each with original woven palm boxes. (4).
Lot 70A South East Asian silver box, likely Singapore, Chinese, or possibly Cambodia, of bombe form with hinged lid, pierced, repousse and chased decoration depicting dragons chasing the flaming pearl amongst clouds and cranes, on four elephant toed feet, marked T90 between characters to the base, 11 by 8 by 6cm high, 6.69toz..
Lot 72A large collection of Cambodian Khmer silver serving utensils, comprising three graduated ladles, four large serving spoons, a set of two graduated serving spoons, a pair of salad servers, two pairs of fish servers, and a cake slice, all bar one ladle marked with Tola T90 mark and script, largest 30cm, smallest 19.5cm, total combined weight 37.07toz. (16).
Lot 73A 19th century Burmese silver Thabeik bowl, with four panels depicting mythical scenes in high relief, separated by praying figures, the ground decorated with bands of scrolling foliage and decorative motifs, raised on four cylindrical feet each surmounted by a bird with outstretched wings, with feathered figural mark to the base, 17 by 13cm high, 22.48toz..
Lot 75An early to mid 20th century Burmese silver bowl, intricately chased and repousse work with figural border in panels depicting a mythical story, with scrolling acanthus above and palmettes and wave border below, marked to the base 95% Silver, Burma, below script, 25 by 17cm high, 48.45toz..
Lot 79A group of five late 18th / early 19th century Russian copper coins, a 1731 Denga, 26mm, 7.3g, a late 18th century Catherine the Great five Kopek, 41mm, 45.6g, a Nicolas I 1834 five Kopek, 37mm, 22.6g, an 1840 Three Kopek coin, 39mm, 34.3g, a/f drilled centre, and an 1841 Three Kopek coin, 38mm, 28.9g. (5).
Lot 80A collection of fifteen Detectorist found Roman copper hammered coins, comprising a second century Sesterce of Commodus, two second or third century AD Sestertii, a similar period Dupondius or As, two third century AD Radiates of Tetricus II, a third century AD Radiate of Claudius, eight fourth century AD or later Nummi, for Fausta, Constantius II, Valentinian, Constantius II or Constans, Constantine, Theodora, and Galerius Maximian Nummus, all incomplete and heavily worn. (15).
Lot 81A collection of Detectorist found tokens and hammered coins, comprising two lead medieval tokens, a 17th century token with candle maker, a 17th or 18th century Jetton, six 17th century style Jettons, two Charles I Rose farthings, a copper 19th century Sedan - Bouillon region coin, and a possible lead 19th century rectangular form workhouse style token 5.8 by 3.6 by 0.6cm thick. (14).
Lot 82A collection of British and international coins and bank notes, including some with silver content, a 1746 Republic of Genoa Lira, 1908 Swiss 1 Franc, an 1839 Victorian One Shilling, a 1902 Edward VII four pence, a 1909 Edward VII three penny, two George V three pennies dated 1909 and 1917, a 1936 George V Half Crown, two 1937 George VI Crowns, approximately 1.3toz silver, two ERII £2 coins, together with a small collection of various banknotes, from Turkey, Sri Lanka, Isle of Man, Germany and Italy, also some Victorian and later copper coinage, and a cased International Exhibition souvenir medallion, 2.5kg total. (1 bag).
Lot 84A George V gold sovereign, 1912, 'Egypt Salvage', in a Lloyd's of London brown and gilt coat of arms tooled leather presentation case, with a printed card from Lloyd's stating that 'This sovereign was recovered in June 1932 by the Italian Salvage Steamer 'Artiglio' from the P&O steamer 'Egypt' which sank off Ushant on May 20th 1922 in 70 fathoms after collision', facsimile signed by P. G. Mackinnon (Sir Percy Graham MacKinnon), Chairman of Lloyd's, 30th June 1932.
Notes: The SS Egypt sank in the English Channel after colliding with the French ship SS Seine in 1922. She sank with her over 1 million pounds worth of gold and silver ingots and wooden boxes of gold sovereigns. 15 passengers and 71 crew lost their lives during the sinking and 252 were saved. The 1932 salvage is thought to have recovered less than 1,000 sovereigns, with some 14,000 still at the bottom of the ocean..
Lot 85A vintage Smiths 'Motor' watch, dashboard clock, circa 1960, with manual wind movement and crown at 6 o'clock, chrome finish case, circular magnet attachment on back, the circular black dial with large luminous Arabic numerals and light green minute track and five-minute dots, centre seconds, the luminous hands with red painted edges for easy visibility, the movement stamped 'Made in Great Britain', dial 40mm, case 50mm, 60mm across crown, 84.1g, together with a rectangular metal plate stamped '72 GG-15283 AA' and Ford Motor Co logo, 36 by 22mm. (2)
Notes: in good working condition, winds and sets well, keeps time across 1hr test..
Lot 86A silver George V open faced key wound pocket watch, by J. G. Graves Sheffield, white dial with black Roman numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds dial, gold hands, silver dust cover, case number 1498212, William Henry Sparrow, London import 1924, dial 38mm, 60mm across case to top of crown, 3.09toz gross, together with a Continental silver cased key wound open faced lady’s pocket watch, with silvered Roman numeral dial and engraved decoration, a/f detached suspension loop, dial 35mm, 40mm across case, without loose crown, 1.38toz gross, a silver Albert chain, 44.2cm long, 0.67toz, and three watch keys. (6)
Notes: only the larger watch in in working condition, winds and sets well, keeps time across 30 min test..
Lot 87A George III silver pair cased key wind pocket watch, the white enamel dial with black Roman numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds dial, blued steel hands, lensed glass to the front, gilt verge fusee movement with pierced and engraved balance cock and plates, numbered 1395, with stop lever at 4 o'clock, case marked for William Howard, Birmingham 1813, and IV to the suspension loop, with three paper repairers labels to the outer case, dial 47mm, 81mm across to top of loop, 153.1g gross, with cotton pouch.
Notes: in working condition, winds and sets well, stop lever correctly works, keeps time across 30 min test..
Lot 88A group of five pocket watches, comprising a Victorian silver lady's key wind open faced pocket watch with foliate engraved case and silvered dial, with golden garland to the outer ring, case marked 45229, Henry Harris & Co, Birmingham 1898, 1.53toz, 41mm across, a further Victorian silver key wind open faced pocket watch, Waltham Watch Company, serial 2376360, model 1873, circa 1884, case marked 138, AB for Alfred Bedford, Birmingham 1884, 2.17toz, 42mm across, an Edwardian silver plated half hunter key wind pocket watch, with Roman blue enamel outer numerals and subsidiary second dial, case number 30214, 48mm across, a likely American silver plated keyless wind open faced pocket watch, with subsidiary seconds dial, case number 32058, and a WWII British military General Service Trade Pattern keyless wind open faced pocket watch, probably by Record, black dial with white contrast subsidiary seconds dial, luminous hands and markings, 15 jewels movement, cal 433, caseback engraved with broad arrow mark 'G.S.T.P.' and 'L.5557', snap back, together with five watch keys, sizes 4, 4, 7, 8 and two large unnumbered. (11)
Notes: only the military pocket watch is in working condition, winds, hands set well and keeps time across 1hr test, the others either only tick for a short time or not at all..
Lot 89A late 19th century French LUC open faced key wind pocket watch, 800 silver and gold plated case with back engraved with Danish Royal Coat of Arms, white enamel dial with black Arabic numerals, minute track with Arabic five-minute numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, gold Breguet hands set, one set with a jewel, case number 59554, adjustable jewelled movement, dial 42mm, 60mm to top of crown, with key.
Notes: in working condition, winds and sets well, keeps time across 30 min test..
Lot 90A late Victorian 18ct gold open faced centre seconds chronograph pocket watch, keyless wind, the white dial with black Roman numerals, minute track, and outer 0-300 chronograph scale, gold hands and blued steel seconds hand, stop lever at 2 o'clock, engraved to back of case with 'OW' monogram, movement unsigned, case number 55965, FA possibly for Fritz Allamand, London 1885, dial 40mm, 62mm across case including crown, 101g gross.
Notes: in good working condition, winds and hands set well, stop lever operate correctly but is tight, keeps time across 1hr test..
Lot 91A Maurice Lacroix Divina stainless steel cased lady's wristwatch, with rectangular silvered dial, stylised Roman numerals and black hands, model DV5012, serial AL68314, quartz movement, on a bracelet strap with deployment clasp, dial 16 by 26mm, case 30 by 40mm, 96.0g gross.
Notes: not currently working, battery likely flat, but hands set well..
Lot 92An Omega Geneve gentlemen's stainless steel wristwatch, ref 131.018 SP, circa 1970, circular silvered dial with gold and black batons, minute track, gold hands and centre seconds, cal 601, serial 28132912, on a Speidel USA stainless steel expanding bracelet strap, dial 27mm, 34mm across crown, 16mm inside lugs.
Notes: in working condition, winds and hands set well, keeps time across 1hr test..
Lot 93A Tudor Oyster Princess automatic steel cased lady's wristwatch, circa 1960's, ref 7806, circular champagne dial with silvered Arabic and baton numerals, Rolex branded screw down crown, Rotor Self-Winding, Auto-Princess movement, case number 113305, on a 'fixo-flex s' stainless steel expanding bracelet strap, dial 18mm, 28mm across crown.
Notes: in working condition, winds and sets well, keeps time across 30min test..
Lot 94An Art Deco silver cushion cased wristwatch, with fine blue enamel decoration to the case of a ribboned laurel wreath, the circular silvered dial with black Roman numerals, minute track, and blued steel hands, case number 005482 and marked A 1785, maker GS overstamped with JW, Birmingham import 1917, fixed wire lugs and original wide brown leather strap with contrast stitching and silver buckle, Pearson & Sons, London 1918, dial 20mm, 28mm across crown.
Notes: in working condition, winds and sets well, keeps time across 30 min test..
Lot 95A Cartier 18K gold cased lady's wristwatch, circa 1990, circular white dial with black Roman numerals and minute track, blued steel hands, with Audemars Piguet 18 jewels movement, case no 957, movement no 58467, eagle hallmark, on a later Inox branded strap, in a Cartier branded red plush soft presentation case, dial 20mm, 25mm across crown, 19.1g gross.
Notes: in good working condition, winds and hands set well, keeps time across 1hr test..
Lot 96A Patek Philippe Calatrava 18k gold cased lady's wristwatch, reference 4906, circa 2006, the circular white dial with black Roman numerals and date aperture at 3 o'clock, black hands, quartz movement caliber E19C 115, serial 3158029, case back marked Patek Philippe Geneve Swiss, 4200153, 4906, 750, PPCo, on original black leather crocodile embossed strap with 18k gold buckle engraved to front ‘Patek Philippe’, and to back with conforming hallmarks, the case lugs also with conforming hallmarks, in original presentation box and branded outer box, with soft brown suede carry case, replacement as new in bag brown leather crocodile embossed strap, further black suede case containing twelve small diamonds, each 0.02ct or less, a brown leather branded wallet with promotional and informational booklets, original Certificate of Origin, and original invoice dated 17-Apr-06 for £4200 from Berrys Fine Jewellers, Nottingham, dial 21mm, 15mm between lugs, 30mm across crown, caseback only 9.5g, 43.5g total.
Notes: in very good working condition, hands and date set well, however battery now flat..