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Lot 98A group of military and sporting medals, comprising Victory and War medal, awarded to Private T Waugh, RAMC, number 52099, and a complimentary miniature medal group of all three WWI medals including the 1914-15 Star, a silver WWI football medal to the same, inscribed 'Inter-Sec. F'Ball, 19 Fld AMB. B.E.F, 1917-18 Winners, 'A' Sec', three silver medals awarded to T. W. B. Waugh, for rowing House Fours, dated 1947, 1948 and 1950, a silver medal awarded for the London County Council Lawn Tennis Championships, Womens Singles Semi-Finalist 1957, total silver weight 2.11toz, and a bronze Royal Life Saving Society medal, to T. W. Waugh, dated 1946, together with a Masonic medal for Bro. T. Waugh, Life Governor, C. E. M. I. & C. M. B. I., with ribbon. (10).
Lot 104An early to mid 20th century tea caddy, fitted interior with brown velvet lining to underside of lid, various compartments, central compartment containing ceramic mixing beaker beneath white metal lid, marked H.C. & Co. S, silver plated mounts to exterior, central shield cartouche vacant, 33 by 28 by 17cm..
Lot 109A group of early to mid 20th century celebrity and Lenare photographic print portraits, a press publicity picture of Ursula Andress modelling jewellery, 21 by 15cm, including eight black and white prints featuring Brigitte Bardot and Marilyn Monroe, 25 by 20cm, framed and unmounted 30 by 21cm, two Lenare black folders with seventeen early-mid 20th century wedding and event portraits, an unmounted print of Ursula Andress. (1 box).
Lot 110A large collection of cigarette cards and matchboxes and other ephemera, including an array of loose sporting, military, historic themed cigarette cards, as well as some potential props: retro confectionery/household cardboard boxes and other containers (empty), and late 20th century Royal commemorative items. (5 boxes).
Lot 112W. E. Johns, a collection of over sixty predominantly 'Biggles' adventure hard back books, including 'Biggles Flies West' (Pub. OUP, 1937), a later reprint of 'Biggles of the Camel Squadron' (Pub. Dean & Son Ltd) some with dust jackets, also a collection of Biggles paperbacks. (2 boxes).
Lot 113A collection of GB and Commonwealth stamps, displayed across six albums, cataloguing a full variety of stamps from 1930s-1980s, including definitives, special issues, some sheets, strips, and commemorative issues, with extensive notes, together with two Stanley Gibbons Postage Stamp Catalogues, 1967 and 1968. (8).
Lot 114A large collection of stamps, mostly 20th century, though some earlier, GB stamps, First Day Covers and a few presentation packs, Commonwealth and World including China, Chile, Ethiopia, Rushia, Vatican, Germany, Iceland and the Falkland Islands including a mint, four stamp sheet commemorating The First Anniversary of the Liberation, all contained in eleven various albums and with two further unused stock books. (13).
Lot 117A group of eight die-cast vehicles, comprising a Neo Scale Model f a Honda CRX Del Sol, a Spark model of an Austin Healey Sprite, MK 3 - 1964, a further model of an Austin Healey Sprite 91959), all three in original cases, a Corgi Kelloggs Cornflakes T Ford van, a Matchbox Models of Yesteryear 1919 Walker in Harrods Ltd livery, a Welly Mercedes Benz A-Class and smaller Porsche Boxter and an Abrix Skoda Fabia, together with a wooden puzzle, entitled 'The Impossible Square', boxed. (9).
Lot 120A group of vintage toys, comprising a Hornby OO guage locomotive of The Evening Star, with tender, number 92220, in green livery, a mid 20th century soft toy monkey with stylised face, 42cm long, and a similarly vintage rabbit, 42cm long, together with a Hohner Chromonika III, Chromatische Mundharmonkika, boxed. (4).
Lot 121A collection of children's toys, including a Hamley's Traditional Wooden Animal Marble Run, boxed, 16 by 43 by 46cm high, a marble maze, two wizard string puppets, a blocks trolly with alphabetical and numbered wooden blocks, and two boxes of Lego bricks, together with a Kodak No 2 Hawk-Eye Model B, box camera. (15).
Lot 123A collection of Hornby OO gauge railway models, including three locomotives, 4-6-2 Princess Victoria with associated tender, 4-6-2 Princess Elizabeth loco with tender, 0-4-0 Lion Works Collieries loco, a/f, and a Bachmann 00 gauge tender a/f, without boxes, nineteen boxed carriages, railway model buildings and Hachette model trees accessories. (1 box).
Lot 125A collection of Hornby OO gauge railway models, including four locomotives, 2-10-0 Evening Star 92220, 0-6-0 Jinty class loco 47606, a 2-8-0 loco 8193 and tender, a Lima 2-6-2 5574 loco, two other tenders, rolling stock, a Skaledale Church model with box, and a collection of Hachette model trees. (2 boxes).
Lot 126A collection of Hornby OO gauge railway models, including three boxed Hornby Collector locomotives, 0-4-0 Industrial Locomotive 328, 0-4-0 BR Black 56011, and 0-4-0 Queen Elizabeth II '80', together with a collection of fourteen boxed Hornby rolling stock models, two Bachmann and two Dapol rolling stock models, all boxed, and eight Hachette model trees. (1 box).
Lot 130A collection of 18th and 19th century copper and steel engravings, one a hand coloured copper engraving titled 'Chester Castle Pl. 2, published 9th of June 1784, by S. Hooper', others include 'Castle Rushin, in the Isle of Man, 20th May 1775 by S. Hooper', 'Rushin Abbey, Isle of Man, Sept '29, 1770, by S Hooper', 'Cathedral Church, St Germains, in Peele Castle, Isle of Man, March 1st 1775, Godfrey Sc', 'Castle Rushin, in the Isle of Man, Febuary 6th 1775, Godfrey Sc', 'Interior of Southwell Cathedral, Nottinghamshire, T. Allom, J.W. Lowry', 'Miller's Dale, Derbyshire, T. Allom, I.J. Hinchliff', 'Rutland Cavern near Matlock, Derbyshire, T. Allom, T. Clark', and 'Chatsworth, Derbyshire, T. Allom, J. Saddler', all mounted and framed, the majority in matching ebonised and gilded frames, engravings 10 by 15cm, frames mostly 21.4 by 26.7cm. (9).
Lot 133George Villairs (British, late 19th century): three landscape views, one with highland cattle and mountains in the distance, signed and dated 1894 lower left, one with a fisherman fighting a catch and wooden bridge, signed and dated lower right, and one with a man in a rowing boat on a river, cattle one astone bridge to the right, signed and dated 1894 lower left, watercolour, each 32 by 44.5, mounted, glazed, and framed 52 by 63cm. (3).