Iconic Collectors Items & Antiques Auction on
Saturday 10th November 2018

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1.      20th cent. Mahogany standard lamp. Fluted and turned column. Height 60ins. Plus 20th cent. Mahogany washstand. 14ins. Square x 28ins. High.
2.      Lighting: 20th cent. Brass wall lights, a pair. 13ins. long, 7ins. projection. Plus a vase, blue and white, highlighted in gilt, converted to a table lamp. £20-40
3.      20th cent. Lighting: Mappin and Webb silver plated table top epergne (used as candle holder) with organic design 20ins. x 7ins. plus Casa Pupo Chine Blanc, Italy. Lamps (lemons design) a pair with a brass 5 branch chandelier 19ins. wide ceiling, 25ins pendent with a white glass shade also a brass desk lamp with crenelated milk glass shade. £40-60
4.      20th cent. Glass and Ceramics: A sunburst, iridescent, glass bowl, cut glass decanter, and a glass domed cheese dish. The Mercia foot warmer, transfer printed with exotic birds and flowers. Doulton Series two handled cup, a monkey vase, triangular cheese dish and cover, and a water jug with metal hinged lid. £30-50
5.      Edwardian ceramic part tea service in floral and gilt design, consisting of 9ins. plate x 1, 7ins. plate x 12, saucers x 11, cups x 5, milk jug and slop bowl, a few pieces a/f. Plus a late 19th cent. Continental vase with raised gilt and floral decoration, 7ins. A ginger jar, a miniature sauce boat and saucer. Noritake dish and plate. £50-80
6.      20th cent. Stoneware 6 gallon cider cask. Branded strap decoration, tap hole and filler hole. £40-60
7.      19th cent. Salt glazed Dairy bowl of flared shape, brown and cream glaze, chip to rim, diam 24ins. £40-60
8.      20th cent. Ceramics: Royal Doulton catering china, pink band pattern, includes an oval 12ins., 12 x 2 handled soup bowls and saucers, 2 x salad crescents, 6 x tea plates, 15 x saucers, 9 x cups, 3 x sugar bowls, 2 x coffee pots, a tea pot, 11 x pudding bowls, a gravy boat and saucer, a mustard pot plus a milk jug. £30-50
9.      20th cent. Ceramics: Spode Trapnell 2 handle vase, ridge vase on circular base, miniature long neck bottle bulbous vase, trinket pot and cover. Beswick goblet shape vase cream ground with black leaf design, 1752. Black lustre ribbed bowl on circular support, Beswick black lustre miniature trough. Alfred Meakin 1940s, pattern 77, gold trim 6 place dinner service, 6 x 10ins. plates, sauce boat, 2 x tureens with covers and bases, 3 x graduated oval meat dishes, plus 6 place tea set cup, saucers, side plates and cake plates.

10.     19th/20th cent. Ceramics: Blue and white china, mixed marks including, Davenport, Spode, Wedgwood, Seaforth, Copenhagen and Dutch Delft. Some a/f, 27 pieces in total. £30-50
11.     20th cent. Ceramics: Rose patterned half teaset, preserve jars, jugs, plates, etc. £20-40
12.     20th cent. Ceramics: Spode "Chinese Rose" cake plates 4½ins. (4), serving platters (2). 20th cent. Caughley mask head jug, Royal Crown Derby trinket tray (and 2 similar Limoges), plus Wedgwood presentation & commemorative plates (3) Mason's Christmas plate Jubilee plate, a crested ware vase for Swindon 'Old Town' industrial/railway symbols. 5ins. £30-40
13.     19th cent. Forged fire irons 19ins. x 17ins. £40-60
14.     20th cent. Brass sundial, signed Chas Dobson of Bath. A pair of sheep shears, Sheffield made. £30-50
15.     Fireside Requisites: Iron and brass fire irons plus a fire side shovel. £20-40
16.     Metalware: A graduated set of 5 copper and iron French saucepans from ½ pint to 2 pint. £30-50
17.     19th cent. Stoneware: Liquor flagons, a 3 gallon (unnamed), a 'Powell Potter/Sullivan of Bristol' one gallon, both with handles, plus a 'George Tombs, Cirencester' flagon without handle. Also a West German 'Rumtopf' and a pair of bellows stamped 358 and W. D. & H. O. Wills. (4) £30-50
18.     Clocks: 20th cent. English mantel clock, painted treen case with columns, marbling decoration & gilt embellishments. £30-40
19.     Clocks: 19th cent. Marble mantel clock in the classical style with cherubs, Corinthian columns. English movement with stamped number 2318, Roman numerals on brass chapter ring. £40-60
20.     Clocks: Table clock in gilt metal and spelter, mounted with a stag hunt scene. The movement, Japy Freres with a bell. Strikes on the half hour and the hour. Enamel dial, made in Paris. £30-50
21.     Clocks: Late 19th cent. French mantel clock "Peureuse" signed C.H. Vely, gilt spelter figure of a female standing on an art nouveau base containing the 3½ins. dial, cream enamel clock dial, mounted on a green onyx base with 4 cast spelter feet. The movement is rack striking on a gong. 21ins. Tall. Damage to the dial and the fingers of the figure. £20-30
22.     @21st cent. Rugs: Bokhara rug, red ground. 1.90 x 1.40 £60-80
23.     Carpets & Rugs: 20th cent. Washed Chinese, cream ground with blue border & brown oriental designs. 6ft. x 4ft. £40-60
24.     Carpets: Ivory ground machine woven rug with 2 borders and red floral motifs. 66ins. x 50ins. £40-60
25.     Mid 20th cent. Hand weave Tabriz carpet, large central medallion and is repeated quartered at the corners. 74ins. x 48ins. £100-120
26.     @21st cent Rugs: Keshan rug, green ground. 1.90 x 1.40. £60-80
27.     @21st cent. Carpets: Keshan carpet, beige ground. 2.30 x 1.60. £80-100
28.     Carpets & Rugs: 20th cent. Middle Eastern style carpet with red ground. Three borders & a central Islamic motif with Islamic cartouches & cream & blue floral motifs. 12ft. 6ins. x 9ft. 3ins. £150-250
29.     20th cent. Flat Ware/Plated Ware: Kings pattern forks dinner x 6, dessert forks x 6, dessert spoons x 6, teaspoons x 6, bone handled small knives x 12, large knives x 17 plus a boxed set. £30-50
30.     Platedware: Six place, fish knives and forks in a treen box, box sets of dessert spoons, coffee spoons, teaspoons, christening spoon and knife, fish servers with hallmarked silver collars. Also unboxed sugar shaker, toast rack, preserve dish, ashtray, knives, forks, collector's spoons, etc. £30-50
31.     Plated ware: Twelve place settings desert set - knives and forks plus sugar nips, cake server and an oak boxed carving set with antler horn handles, the box lined with velvet and silk. £30-40
32.     Plate Ware: Canteen of cutlery "Kingsware" pattern by George Butler, Sheffield, mahogany case (nb. 2 dinner & fruit knives missing). £30-50
33.     20th cent. Ceramics: Royal Doulton, 'The Coppice' dinnerware, tureens and covers x 2, open serving dishes x 2, dinner plates x 9, soup plates x 9, dessert plates x 6, meat oval 15ins, also oval 10ins, side plates x 6, coffee saucers x 7, tea saucer x 1. £40-50
34.     Tribal African hardwood, carved figures. Senegal of bearded male hunters plus a carved mask. (3) £30-50
35.     Tribal African Native Art: Animal figures in soap stone, treen letter openers, salad servers, a drum etc. £20-40
36.     Early 20th cent. Hardwood oriental figure of a male holding a staff and bowl 47ins. £30-40
37.     20th cent. Ebony figure of an African native woman with sticks and drinking vessel with a child strapped to her back 21½ins. £30-40
38.     Early 20th cent. Oak stationery box, lockable lid opening to reveal compartments for pens ink and stamps, etc. The lid opening operates a unit for envelopes & paper, decorated in an art deco style. £60-80
39.     19th cent. Mahogany brass bound workbox with opening lid side drawer and button drawer. £30-50
40.     18th/19th Oak & pine wall hanging candle box & contents. Approx. 18ins. £40-60
41.     20th cent. Oak, glazed smoker's cabinet. Metal corners and shield cartouche, single drawer and key. Includes two pipes, (ceramic one needs repair the other miniature Dutch dog). 10¾ins. x 6½ins. x 6ins. £30-50
42.     20th cent. Rosewood writing slope/ box. Brass inlay and mother of pearl cartouche. 14ins. x 4¾ins. x 9ins. £30-50
43.     20th cent. Asian hardwood box, mosaic decoration using bone, mother of pearl, fruitwood, red plush cloth liner. 10ins. x 2¼ins. x 6ins. £20-30
44.     19th cent. Mahogany tea box in sarcophagus form with two covered tea compartments and a glass blending bowl. £30-50
45.     Early 20th cent. Rosewood work sewing box with banded fruit woods and ebony decoration. £20-40
46.     20th cent. Crystal Cut Glassware: Whisky tumblers x 4, stemmed wine glasses x 6, brandy x 3, a glass bud vase & a preserve pot. £30-40
47.     20th cent. Glassware: Caithness, Scotland paperweights. Includes limited editions, millefiori x 2, moon crystals x 3, shimmer purple, art glass. (9). £40-60
48.     Glassware: A red glass penguin, fish, bird plus a sailing boat (4). £20-40
49.     Glassware: paper weights millefiori, Dumpy, swan x 2 coloured and plain (8) plus an onyx ashtray. £30-50
50.     Glassware: Dartington crystal decanter and four large spirit glasses, two half tumblers plus a glass tankard. Also two Thomas Webb cut glass spirit glasses, a cut glass claret jug, two decanters and a cut glass posy bowl. (1 box) £30-50
51.     20th cent. Royal Doulton dinner service, four place setting, 1 x serving oval, 4 x 10ins plates, 4 x 8ins plates, 4 x 6ins plates, 4 x two handled soup bowls and saucers, 1 x coffee pot, 4 x teacups and saucers, 1 x gravy boat (a/f), 2 x vegetable tureens. £50-60
52.     20th cent. Ceramics: Dinner ware, Royal Doulton "Winthrop" 6 place, includes dinner, side & bread plates, sauce boat & saucer, meat oval with gold backstamp. Royal Derby "Posies" dinner ware, 6 place includes dinner plates, soup bowls, dessert bowls, side plates, meat plates, vegetable tureens (2) with covers, milk jug, cream jugs (4) and a tea bag strainer and dish. £30-50
53.     20th cent. Ceramics: Wade, part dinner service, 'Prosperity', tureens x 2, sauce boat and saucer, meat platters x 3 (1 a/f), dinner plates x 4. £20-40
54.     Early 20th cent. Continental figurine Alexander the Great and Bucephalus, crossed swords in underglaze blue and impressed numerals 17 under base. Height approx. 9ins. £80-100
55.     Ceramic Figure: Large Capo di Monte figures "The card cheats sat at table with wine bottle", signed H Giazetta. 14ins. long x 11½ins, high. £70-100
56.     Melba Ware Horses: 3 x large horses with harness (Shires), 3 x other Melba horses, 1 x Leonardo Horse, 2 x others, 1 x horse and cart plus a stage coach. £30-40
57.     Beswick Horses: Cantering Shire 975 matt brown, Shire Horse 2578 matt brown plus a large action Shire. £30-60
58.     20th cent. Ceramics: Capo de Monte style 'Fighting Stallions' on treen stand, with original label. 16ins. x 16ins. Plus a Leonardo collection shire horse, boxed. (2) £30-50
59.     Royal Doulton Horses: DA 43 'Shire Mare', DA 77 'Foal', DA 78 'Foal'. Beswick Horses: No. 710 'Bois Roussel', second version a/f, No. 975 'Cantering Shire', and No. 1034 'Shetland Foal'.
60.     Badges: Enamel railway badges, some from The West Country and an R. A. O. C. sweetheart brooch. £20-40
61.     20th cent. Trinket, patch and pill boxes including Minton, Limoges, plus oriental boxes. (10). Also an oval dressing table painted ceramic plaque in a metal frame, 2 brooches, and a white metal with red stone bracelet. £30-50
62.     Ornamental Figures: "Lovers Embrace" on base, resin 15ins. Three Parian ware figures Musicians 12ins. and a Fisherman 9ins. (4). £20-40
63.     Crested ware including 'Bath', (matched pair of stairs, chimney and birds), 'Edinburgh' matching pair, 'Stalbridge', 'Cheddar', 'Marlborough', and 'Islington Borough'. Makers include Foley, Coronet, and W. H. Goss. (8) £20-30
65.     Stamps: Late 20th cent. Three albums containing stamps commemorating 100 years since the death of Sir Rowland Hill, mainly commonwealth and all unused, good to fine. £60-80
66.     Stamps: Two transport hemmed albums. Album one in locomotive philatelica with 75 double sided pages (150). A descriptive narrative of different world railways and individual locomotives which are supported by unused mint stamps from various Commonwealth Countries, published by D.R.O. Leaders of the world. Also included is an Ace stock book containing mint transport themed stamps from around the world. £40-60
67.     Stamps: 1977 Queens Silver Jubilee issues. Two albums containing, Panes, individual stamps miniature sheets and booklets commemorating Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee. One album unused, one album used, good to mint. Also included one album commemorating the life and times of the Queen Mother, all unused Commonwealth. £60-80
68.     Stamps: 21st cent. GB, 50 miniature sheets of most of the issues from 2001 - 2009 in album, very good to mint, unused. £60-80
69.     Stamps: Late 20th cent. One album containing 60 presentation packs of G.B. mint stamps from January 1993 to November 1998. £80-120
70.     Stamps: Three albums of mid to late 20th cent. World stamps, mainly used. Good to fine condition. Plus envelope of loose sheets, of note are WWWF commemorative issue covers and blocks. £30-50
71.     Stamps: One tray containing 20 envelopes and two containers of used World stamps. 20,000+ stamps, unsorted. Mainly used. Good - fine. £40-60
72.     Stamps: First day covers in three Stanley Gibbons albums and loose in tin. The Chippenham postmarks were applied by the addressee as part of his Post Office duties. Of note is the 10th anniversary of the Moon Landing Commemorative Cover, with a £1 definitive. 182 in total. £30-50
73.     Stamps: PHQ Cards, 37 unopened sets of PHQ cards 2007 - 2012. Mint condition. £40-60
74.     Stamps: PHQ cards. 48 sets including 33 sets from 1990 - 2000. Excellent condition. £40-60
75.     Stamps: PHQ cards. 75 sets from 1978 - 1989. Excellent condition. £30-50
76.     Stamps: Seventy GB mint stamps in presentation packs dating from 1977 - 1986, excellent to mint condition. Plus a box containing eight George V, George VI, and Elizabeth II stamp booklets. £40-60
77.     Stamps: Mint presentation packs. Seventy-five presentation packs of mint stamps many in unopened condition. 2007 - 2017. £60-80
78.     Stamps: World 19th and 20th cent. Stamp collection. Two albums and two pocket stock books, hundreds of stamps all postally used. £20-30
79.     Stamps: 1953 Commonwealth stock book containing unused and used examples of the stamps issued to commemorate the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II 13 stamps in total from 76 Countries and dependencies, very good to fine. £30-40
80.     Stamps: Late 20th cent. album containing 53 presentation packs of GB mint stamps from January 1999 to November 2002 includes the following of note issues - SG MS2147 Her Majesty stamps SG2232-2237 Centenary of Nobel Prizes and SG2309-23013, Bridges of London, all in mint unused condition. £180-200
81.     Stamps: 1979 - two x commemorative Stanley Gibbons albums containing stamps from around the world but mainly commonwealth commemorating 100 years since the death of Sir Rowland Hill. Album one contains unused stamps by over fifty countries. Album two contains used stamps from over sixty countries, very good to mint. £40-60
82.     Stamps: Late 20th cent. Three commemorative albums. Album one contains unused stamps from Commonwealth countries commemorating Queen Elizabeth II 60th Birthday in 1986. Album two and three contains unused stamps of the Commonwealth commemorating the Royal Wedding in 1981 between Charles and Diana, very good to fine. £60-80
83.     Stamps: Victorian collection of 22 pre-paid covers ½d and 1d with a date range of 1882-1890 with some very nice duplex cancellations, town cancellations and azemar cancellations, good used - fine used condition. Plus 1901-1932 collection 250 plus covers with King Edward VII and King George V stamps on, some prepaid, good used to fine used condition.
84.     Stamps: Two Senator albums, one containing 19th cent. - mid 20th cent. Commonwealth stamps in used and unused condition. Good to fine condition. The second containing mid - late 20th cent. World stamps. £40-60
85.     Stamps 1937: The standard stamp album. Excellent collection of Commonwealth stamps issued to celebrate the coronation of King George VI. Contains the special issue of all 57 British Empire Countries (as of 12th May 1937), celebrating the coronation. 202 used and 202 unused stamps. Plus book British Empire title labels. £60-80
86.     Stamps: Coronation 'Stamps of the Empire.' An album containing the Coronation Issues (crown colonies), commemorating the coronation of H. M. King George VI in 1937. 137 unused stamps in fine condition. £40-60
87.     Stamps: Stanley Gibbons Tower album. World stamps, mid 20th cent. Of note 19th cent. America, in particular SG74b and SG114. Good to fine condition. £50-80
88.     Stamps: A collection of unused GB and World stamps, including 12 booklet panes, mini sheets and loose in box. Very good - fine condition. Approx 1000. £20-40
89.     Postcards: An album and loose cards topographical of GB good set of West Country shipping etc, also American and WW2 photos. £80-120
90.     Trade Cards: c1850, A collection of 12 Victorian school merit cards/costume plates depicting the costumes of various regions of Europe. W. Dickes. 5¼ins. x 4¼ins. £50-80
91.     Cigarette and Trade Cards: Box of mixed cards mainly trade cards Brooke Bond, Typhoo etc some full sets. £20-30
92.     Postcards: Edwardian and later. Topographical of Britain and world countries. Most in sleeves. Over 300 cards in 2 boxes. £60-80
93.     Postcards and photographs from Victorian to the 1960s, including 'Mrs Langtry', school portraits, local photo cards, Salisbury, Kings Langley, a 1920 photo card of the train at the top of Snowdon, a miner with a pit pony, etc. £50-80
94.     Postcards and other ephemera on ships, trains, cars, planes, etc. Some with shipping line information tickets etc. £60-80
95.     Postcards: Edwardian and later, advertising, topographical and social history, art and subjects, theatrical, comic, villages, country towns, many photograph cards. Over 330 cards. £100-150
96.     Postcards: Edwardian and later, advertising, topographical and social history, art and subjects, theatrical, comic, villages, country towns, many photograph cards. Over 260 cards. £80-100
97.     Postcards: Edwardian photo cards of charabancs and outings by bus, with beach scenes, pageants, jolly boys outings, fetes, charabancs leaving Sydenham, Abbotsbury, with trips to the Cheddar caves etc. 23 cards. £40-60
98.     Postcard: Suffragette 'Votes for Women, Our Views at Bath'. Postally used. £40-60
99.     Military Ephemera: Postcards and photographs of soldiers, gun placements, hospital staff, VE celebrations 1945, WW1 silk, navy personnel, ships, planes etc, 4782 William Cornish Wilts Regiment military savings book, account book (pocket ledger), release book for Gunner E. L. Smith November 1945, prisoner of war letters, souvenir letter card, letters from the Royal Artillery Mess Colchester, a Combined Cadet Force hat tally, a handwritten account of a zeppelin bombing raid on Southend May 26th 1915, a telegram to Mrs Ware from her husband informing her of his injury, etc. £60-100
100.    WWI: An extremely important and highly emotive original Buckingham Palace public notice to confirm the end of WWI. Typed on embossed Palace card with Royal Coat of Arms. It reads: "The Armistice with Germany was signed at 5am this morning. Hostilities will cease upon the whole front at 11am today". It is dated 11th November 1918. Sold with several letters of provenance. 7½ins. x 9½ins. £8000-12000
101.    WWI: An important archive of approx. 130 letters and sketches to and from 2nd Lt. George Charlton second Artists Rifles later 52nd Kings and 3rd Lancashire Fusiliers. In 1947 the Artists Rifles was transferred to the Army Air Corps became 21st Special Air Service Regiment Artists Rifles and in 1952 members of the Artists Rifles formed 22 SAS Regiment. Eight former members of the Artists Rifles won the Victoria Cross in WWI. The archive chronicles in great detail his army career from training through to the horrors of the Western Front and culminating in the joy of Armistice day and its direct aftermath. As well as writing in great detail his obvious ability as an artist is reflected in the many illustrations and caricatures that embellish the letters. George even makes reference to a German postcard recovered from a trench which is included in the collection. The archive also contains George's army book together with notebooks containing sketches and officer study notes on warfare and strategy.
After the war George became well known as an artist of landscapes, humorous genres and illustrations, he was in charge of the world famous Slade School of Art in London and continued teaching artists figures such as the Director of the Festival of Britain, Sir Hugh Casson, Sir William Coldstream and Sir William Rotherstein as friends. Simply a stunning WWI archive by an extremely well respected figure in 20th cent. English Art. £5000-8000
102.    WWII Archive of Photographs: Thomas Green RAF and Tactical Air Force, Squadron 197 and 193. Photos of Thomas Green aircraft on WW2 service, war damage scenes, VIP visitors including King George, Monty and Winston Churchill, captured German items, planes, battle grave near Caen of Wing Comm E.R. Baker DFC June 1944, refugees evacuating, RAF life/ relaxing as Thomas Green and colleagues moved through from Europe, D day to Berlin. This unique archive of personal photos are small in format 2ins. x 2ins. and 3ins. x 3ins. plus a few 5ins. 5½ins. Postcards. Contained in two albums each with 99 photos (approx 198 total) plus a 1944 Christmas card. £200-300
103.    WWI Archive: Ephemera and medals including Military medal to Private James Green. 16285. 4th ( plus later 2nd) South Staffordshire Regiments. Served in France and captured P.O.W. Included Soldiers' small book, postcard photo of James, Wife and Mother, service plus award roll information 1914-15 Star, Victory medal, Military medal, certificate mentioned in despatches award to James Green on 1st March 1919, approved society letter April 1920 sending cheque for post war succour, acknowledging hardship and facsimile letter from King George after his P.O.W. release and return home plus James Green death certificate of 1923. £300-500
104.    WWI: A superb collection of letters written from the trenches by Sapper Thomas Winter of West Riding 456th Field Company Royal Engineers. The letters are written over an eighteen month period, from May 1915 to October 1916. Also included in the lot is a copy of Mr Winter's will and a photograph of him in uniform, and his section of his company in the field artillery. The letters give a graphic account of life for a Tommy in the trenches.

The first dated 12th May 1915 and written during the second Battle of Ypres. 'I'm still safe and sound but I must admit I've been a bit lucky. We went into action on Saturday midnight and a thundering bombardment started and 4 o' clock we rushed in on first reserve ready to take part in engineering if wanted.

A Scotch, British and Irish Division plus picked French troops took part in the battle. I was laid flat for 6 hours and daren't get up for fear of being blown to pieces with shell fire. We had no one hurt, the battle lasted 12 hours. On Sunday night we had to sleep on the ground just as we were, there were repeated attacks all night.' In the same letter he refers to rumours of the Mauretania being sunk, in fact her sister ship the Lusitania was torpedoed days before with 1198 souls.

A later letter written on the 1st June refers to their previous weeks engagement. 'It cost 160 casualties, on the first night 6 of our men moved out an advance trench 85 yards off the German line. On the second night 500 infantry and Royal Engineers went over the parapet and proceeded to dig the trench but were given away by a lightning storm and the Germans opened fire. The next night we found the enemy in our new trench and some men with machine guns were sent in to drive them out which they did successfully. On the fourth night a new idea was tried, we laid in our trench while our guns bombarded the German trench from 8 until quarter to nine. There was then a pause and we jumped over the parapet but we had to lay flat as the Germans thinking we were charging with bayonets opened fire. It was like a hailstorm of fire but our machine guns on each flank and shrapnel quietened them down.' A superb archive. £3000-5000
105.    Medal Group: Crimea to Pte. Patr Labor (misnamed for Private Lawlor) 49th Regiment. Crimea medal with Inkerman, Sebastapol and Alma clasps. Plus Turkish Crimea Sardinian medal with altered ribbon and a rare white metal and iron backed guards badge from the London & North Western Railway enclosed in a fitted case. The front compartment opens to reveal a photo on glass of Pte. Lawlor and wife with copper frame.

Private Lawlor joined the army in 1851 aged 18, served with 49th at Crimea, discharged to Chelsea Hospital and in 1857 joined the London and North Western Railway as a guard. He was nominated for the position by Mr Earle. Mr Hardman Earle was Chairman of the L.N.W.R. Private Lawlor served under Sir Hardmans son William with the 49th in Crimea, both being awarded identical medals including the Sardinian Turkish Crimea Medal. Ensign Earle continued with a military career being K.I.A in the Sudan, Private Lawlor spent his life as a guard dying in 1900. Provenance by descent. £150-200
106.    Military WWI: Zeppelin charm on a display card. The V.C. Cross shape is shaped from the framework of the Zeppelin brought down in Essex by the Aircraft Defences, September 1916. Engraved '23/9/16 Zepp.' Originally sold for the benefit of the L. & N. W. R. War Seal fund. £50-80
107.    Military: Field postcards sent to Mrs Boucher of Chippenham Wiltshire, from her husband. 7 Cards. £70-100
108.    Military WWI: An extremely rare WWI trio to Lance Corporal William McGregor, of the Lovat Scouts, the first sniper unit in the British Army, and in 1916 known as the 'sharpshooters. Widely regarded as one of the most remarkable regiments in the British Army, being the first to wear a ghillie suit. Also included in the lot is Lance Corporal McGregor's war diary, which chronicles his day to day life in the trenches, together with maps, as well as mentioning his entry into the war at Gallipoli. He notes ' Went onto the Gallipoli Peninsula 26th September (1915), terrible place, Hell upon Earth'. He also talks in depth about signalling and the use of pigeons for messaging. An exceptional collection from a member of one of the elite regiments of WWI. £4000-6000
110.    Military WWI: Hallmarked silver sweetheart brooch for the South Wales Borderers (24th of foot), a laurel wreath with the sphinx in the centre, and a Queens Regiment, cap badge. £20-30
111.    19th cent. Bois Durci circular portrait plaque of Napoleon III 4¼ins. £30-50
112.    Medals: A pair to 150275 GNR E.W. Baker RF a miniature set with wound badge and certificate of disablement due to war service plus his crib board, vesta and lodge certificate framed etc. £50-80
113.    Medals: To 1204 Lance Corporal H. E. Roper 16 BN Australia Imperial Force 14-15 star, 14-18 war medal, 14-19 medal, a returned from active service badge (AIF), an enamel returned sailors and soldiers imperial badge (Australia), an A. S. C. S. lapel badge, etc. Lance Corporal Roper was British and was in Australia at the outbreak of war and joined the 16 BN AIF on the 15th September 1914. He served in Gallipoli, Egypt and France. An image of Lance Corporal Roper is included, along with a potted history of the BN. £300-500
114.    WWI Embroidery: Australian Commonwealth Military Forces hand stitched by an infantry soldier of 12th battalion. 20ins. x 16½ins. £20-40
115.    WWI Souvenir Artwork: Cloth Hall, Ypres, Belgium "Les Halles d' Ypres" printed and hand coloured on woven fabric. The images show on both paintings, the Cloth Hall bombardment early WWI surrounded by wreaths of cotton flowers. 18¼ins. x 17¾ins. (2). £50-80
116.    WWII RAF Navigator W/O Arthur Mostyn Davies. No:1323499. 55 Squadron and 110 Squadron flying in Blenheims and Mosquitos. Serving in Canada, India, Libya, Egypt and Burma; 110 Squadron made the last raid of WWII before the Japanese surrendered. This archive is offered by direct descent. The next six lots relate to:

WWII Photographic Archive of RAF Service: Includes formal squadron photographs, burial scene, aircraft of 55 Squadron and 110 Squadron, life on airfields, formal and informal, some annotated on back, plus many negatives (2 packets). Various sizes ie: 9¼ins. x 6ins. 6½ins. x 4ins. And mostly smaller 4ins. x 3½ins. Approx. 130 photographs. £80-120
117.    WWII RAF/Air Ministry issue leather flying jacket (size 3), 1941 with sheepskin lining. RAF specification, label, zips and fixings. Breast 34ins. - 36ins. Waist 30ins. - 32ins. With two photographs of W/O Arthur Mostyn Davies, in flying kit, and his crew. (2) £400-600
118.    WWII battle dress blouse size 10, with W/O rank badge, navigator's badge and service medal ribbons. Plus Davies' RAF side cap, 1944 issue. Also his RAF kit bag and RAF canvas uniform bag, both with painted addresses and service details. Plus two photographs of W/O Arthur Mostyn Davies in RAF/flying kit. (6) £60-80
119.    WWII Navigator's Wristwatch: 'Movado'. Swiss manufacture. 1942. RAF issue. Stamped on back '6B/159 (amended) 234' and '7614/42'. Stainless steel case. Includes a photograph of W/O Arthur Mostyn Davies and his flying crew, plus his dog tags. (3) £400-600
120.    WWII Hallmarked Gold: RAF sweetheart badge (tests 10k.) with a 9k gold safety chain. 8.5gms. With a photograph of W/O Arthur Mostyn Davies in flying kit. £200-250
121.    WWII Binoculars. Taylor - Hobson 1943. Bino prism No.2. Mk 3 x 6 No.296273. Original leather case (with later Horse Racing Badges). £60-80
122.    WWII/Autographs: Rare 142 Squadron College of Arms card, signed by King George VI, crew and pilots from the squadron. 4¾ins. x 6½ins. £100-150
123.    Militaria: Trench art, Falklands Islands, brass 1978 military shell base with inset 50p coin. 5¾ins. diameter. £20-40
124.    Medal WWI: Imperial German Iron Cross, First Class.
125.    Militaria: Third Reich Mothers Cross, gold grade, December 1938, in presentation case, by Wilhelm Deumer, Lüdenscheid. £50-60
126.    Militaria/Third Reich: Set of five coffee cups marked LAH in gilt, stamped on the base Rosenthal SE16 Germany sanssouci, this marks appears to date the cups to around 1942. LAH or Leibstandarte were the 1st SS Panzer Division. (5) £700-1000
127.    Military Books and Ephemera: Includes RAF edition maps of the UK, the Battle of Flanders pilot's notes on Stirling 1, 3, 4, 5, Sunderland 3, Typhoon, Short History of the 7th Armored Division, Airplane Spotter issues x 6, Peace Rally Dorchester 1936, Royal Tank Regiment 1944 - 45, Military Rules on Dress, and A. B. C. books on WW2 aircraft x 4, 1941 booklet 'H.M.S Hood'. £60-100
128.    Military: Boer War printed cotton handkerchiefs souvenir map with Queen Victoria's and Lord Roberts images with music and words for "The Absent - Minded Beggar" framed and glazed, 16ins. x 16ins. £40-60
129.    Edged Weapons: A Qatar presentation sword, the hilt and scabbard bedecked in jewels and inscribed with Arabic writing. The whole housed in a faux velvet lined and covered presentation box. £100-150
130.    Games and Pastimes: An ebony and walnut chess set, Staunton Style of London, with treen board. Jaques label to box. £60-80
131.    Dolls: Armand Marseille china headed doll with pine wood body & articulated limbs. Glass eyes which close. Impressed no:390 and A.8.M. to back of the head & neck. Plus a dollies bedspread & change of clothes. 24ins. Length. (3 parts to lot). £30-50
132.    Pelham Puppets: Clay slip moulded heads for "Wonky Toys Ltd" puppets and Marionettes 1948 and later Pelham puppets, Marlborough. Female faces x 4 (2½ins. x 2ins.), "Old Chap" 3ins. x 3ins. plus a selection of wood ball shaped puppet heads (8) 1 box. £20-40
133.    Records: 79 Records on the Decca, Zonophone, Winner, Parlophone, Piccadilly, The Twin, Homophone, Brunswick, Edison Bell, and Regal labels etc. Many songs and artists including "Be British" (Titanic song). Plus Her Majesty's State Coach a/f. boxed and 3 Britains ducks and a fox. £20-30
134.    Toys: Matchbox Hatra tractor shovel (K-3/2) orange body, Heavy breakdown wreck truck green body yellow jib (K-12) boxed, models in very good condition plus a tray of playworn vehicles including Dinky fuel trucks, Studebaker President, Packard Clipper, Lesney (small) Commer van etc. Also an assortment of plastic models with a "Starr Coca Cola" bottle opener etc 1 x tray plus a box. £30-50
135.    Games and Pastimes: A large selection of Victorian and later glass marbles. (1 tray) £30-50
136.    Toys: Teddy bear, early 20th cent. Brown glass eyes, replacement foot pads. In need of love. 23ins. £30-50
137.    Mid 20th cent. Toys: Tinplate Welcook Brimtoy play kitchen combination set including cooker, fridge, washing machine/sink cupboard unit, cream with red & black litho printing utensils. Original box distressed plus Sharps kittens bluebird toffee tins (2). £90-100
138.    Toys: Bratz big baby, 'Jade' doll with black cat, boxed with certificate. Approx 14ins. Action man, Grand Prix red racing car, complete with action man, boxed. Action man yellow jeep with driver, unboxed. Also fair hair doll, open and shut eyes, open mouth, jointed arms, approx. 29ins. £40-60
139.    Books: Captain W.E. Johns 1st Editions, no dust jackets "Biggles Defies the Swastika" 1941, "Biggles in the Orient" 1944, "Biggles Hunts Big Game" 1948, "Biggles gets his Men" 1950, "Biggles Works it Out" 1951, "Biggles and the Black Raider" 1953, "Biggles on the Home Front" 1957, "Biggles of the Interpol" 1957, "Biggles in Mexico" 1959, and "Biggles at the Leopards of Zinn" 1960. (10). Also Captain W.E. Johns various publish dates and printers, all with dust jackets "Biggles Flies South", " Another Job for Biggles", "Biggles Presses on", "Biggles and the Lost Sovereigns", "Biggles and the Poor Rich Boys", "Biggles Air Detective", "Biggles of the Camel Squadron", "Biggles and the Plane that Disappeared", "Biggles and the Dark Intruder", "Biggles of the Special Air Police", "Biggles Flies Again", "The Boys Biggles", "Biggles in the Cruise of the Condor", "Biggles Takes it Rough" and "Biggles and the Black peril". Plus Captain W.E. Johns various publish dates and printers "Biggles Goes to War", " Biggles Hits the Trail", "Biggles Sees it Through", "Biggles in Spain", "Biggles in Borneo", "Biggles Takes the case", "Biggles Delivers the Goods", "Orchids for Biggles", "Biggles Foreign Legionnaire", "Biggles Air Commodore", "Biggles Takes Charge", "Biggles in the South Sea", "Biggles in the Jungle", "Biggles Takes a Holiday" plus "Biggles Flies Again", "The Bumper Biggles Book" and "Biggles and the Menace from Space" (Sci Fi booklet).
140.    Sci Fi Comics: 2000 A.D. 1977-1987 includes Sci Fi special editions souvenir issues featuring Judge Dredd, 1985 - 1987 (9 copies) approx 287 comics list available (1 box). Also Star Lord Sci Fi comics May - October 1978 including issue 1, 22 comics. Cheeky 1977 - 1980 30 comics. Oink "The Cheekiest Comic in the Universe" 1986 - 88 45 comics. Krazy 1976 - 78 72 comics plus Nemesis, The Warlock including issue 1, Buster, Raw, Red Dwarf Smegazine, Judge Dredd, Halo Jones, Tornado, She-Ra etc, list available (1 box).
140A.   Books: "Missel De La Trés Sainte Vierge" published in Paris on the 7th July 1891 Alfred Mame and Son, illustrated blue leather bound gilt title and page edge, mint condition with original box. £80-150
141.    Books: Classics including Shakespeare, Dumas, Stevenson, Dickens, plus poetry. Approx. 48 books. (1 Box). £50-80
142.    Books: T.E. Lawrence "Revolt in the Desert" 1976, "Seven Pillars of Wisdom-a triumph" 1935 and "The Letters of T. E. Lawrence". Edited by David Garnet 1938. Hand-cut papers. Nonfiction H.B. "A Silver Plated Spoon", signed by author John Duke of Bedford and personal dedication 1962. Woburn; plus J M Barrie "A Window in Thrums" with colour illustrations by A.C. Michall and "A Summer in Skye" by Alexander Smith with colour illustrations by John Blair 1912. Hand-cut papers. Soft leather cover also "Cambridge" by M.A.R Tuker with colour illustrations by William Matthison 1907. Books: "Familiar Wild Flowers" F. Edward Hulme plus "Familiar Wild Birds" and "Tales from Turkey" Ramsey & McCullough. "The Third World War" Gen. Sir John Hackett, etc. "The Makers of the Kirk" 1915 T. Ratcliffe Barnet, first edition. Tooled leather spine & board corners, gilt titles. Illustrations throughout; 306 pages plus "Ancient London Churches" T. Francis Bumpus with "The Cathedral Churches of England and Wales" 1884. 2 Boxes. £30-50
144.    Children's Books: Ladybird books including How it Works, Famous People, History, Read it Yourself, Well Loved Tales, Learn About.., Achievement, Early Reader's, fiction. 2 Boxes.
145.    Children's Books: Ladybird books including fiction, Well Loved Tales, Learn About..., Achievement, History, etc. 2 Boxes. £20-40
146.    Books: "The History of America" William Robertson 1811. Printed by W. Gracie, Berwick. Two volumes, tooled leather spines & corners to hand boards. (2). "The Ancient History" by Charles Rollin 1800, ninth edition. Published by Niven Napier & K. Hull, Glasgow, illustrated plus maps. Six volumes, tooled leather spines & corners to hard boards. (8 in total).
147.    Maps: Collection of pre-war maps including, Verderer's map of the Beaufort Hunt, Gall & Inglis cycling maps, etc. (9) £30-50
148.    19th cent. Photography stunning album of South African scenery by Robert H. Harris. Port Elizabeth South Africa 1984/85. Title page printed in blue. Leather bound album. Printed captions. Photographs in full sepia, tonal range. (99). Illustrates the scenery and gives detail to indigenous industries in South Africa including sugar plantations the life of the people Zulus, Kaffirs, Indian families gold and diamond mining areas and sea ports. Some damage to a number of images. £800-1200
149.    Books: "Hitler The Pawn" Rudolf Olden first edition, poor dust jacket, printed in G.B. "Our Street" Jan Petersen first edition, poor dust jacket, "I Paid Hitler" Fritz Thyssen first edition, poor dust jacket, "The Goebbels Diaries" translated & edited by Louis P. Lochner, no dust jacket, "In Darkest Germany" Victor Gollancz first edition, no dust cover, etc. £60-80
150.    Books: "Ships of the British Merchant Navy: Passenger Lines" first edition 1932. E.C. Talbot Booth RNR. Coloured illustrations, facsimile letter from St. James Palace dedicating & giving permission for publication. 591 pages, gilt letters to blind cover to blue cloth spine. £40-60
151.    Ephemera: A coronation writing and sketching album 1902. With scraps, poems, dried flowers, etc. £20-40
152.    Books: Miniature Bible new and old Testaments 2nd edition 29th March 1901 published and printed by David Bryor and Son and Henry Frowde, some damage. £60-80
153.    Books: 'The Lake Counties.' W. G. Collingwood and R. Smith 1932. Autographed, Limited Edition 82/350 copies. Handmade paper, dedication inside. Erratum p32. Retailer C. Thurnham, Carlisle. Some water staining and damage to dust cover. HB. £30-50
154.    Photographs: 1930s China album, the first is a record of a family in Tientsin, Pei tai Ho and Tsiaotso. The head of the family was the Managing Director of the Eastern Smelting Company after the invasion by Japan. The album documents the family travelling by S.S. Gneisenau to Hong Kong and on to Europe. Many photos of Chinese people, Government colleagues, nannies and life in China at the collieries. Album two documents the family in 1940 including Marlborough College, Wiltshire (Summerfield House and environs of the college in 1903) by 1940 the second album has photos of the Alluvial tin mine of Alor Kangar, Malaysia. Loose pages in both albums (2 albums). £60-80
155.    Photos: Negative glass plates showing ladies and gentlemen in evening attire, a Church plus Church choirs etc. £20-40
156.    Antiquarian Horology: Peter Litherland 1755-1804 of Latchford, Warrington and later of Liverpool. Watch and watch movement maker. He was an innovator and inventor of the rack-lever escapement. This superb archive contains original Principal Letters Patent 1792 under seals of George III of Great Britain and Ireland. The patent was granted to Peter Litherland at the "Chancery of Scotland" on the 2nd March last ...sic...30th June, 1792". Included are the original four "animal parchment" patent documents which detail as Latchford wrote "an entire escapement to be applied to watches... for sea or land...producing greater certainty of time than hither to invented being more simple and less likely to be out of repair...especially for ascertaining the longitude at sea at much less expense than those now used". These documents are the patent of "The Rack-Lever Escapement; a beating seconds & keyless winding work". Also is a handwritten certificate on watermarked paper from David Ewart, clerk to the Chancery of Scotland, addressed personally to Peter Litherland. Three documents have silk binding and two have a part wax seal. The full letter patent is on six sides and its red wax seal is complete. 5¾ins. diam. and ¾ins. depth. The lot is contained in two original leather bound patent boxes. An extremely important archive relating directly to one of the most notable horological innovators of the late 18th century.(4 parts).
157.    Elvis Presley: Personally owned famous hand signed 1956 August Tour performance contract for August 1956. This tour was regarded as one of the most important and the Genesis for the Rock and Roll phenomena, 1956 the year that Elvis truly exploded onto the scene.

This hand signed contract was the personal property of Elvis Presley and originally came from the private files at Graceland It is dated August 3, 1956 and headed American Federation of Musicians and was personally owned and signed by Elvis.

The contract reads in part:
"Shows as per schedule, daily, special terms as follows. Elvis Presley to receive $500. Five hundred dollars per performance or two thousand dollars daily whichever is greater on the ten day engagement. Elvis Presley to pay his own personal expenses and his band out of his earnings. All Star Shows to pay for the other acts and advertising and promotion expenses out of the gross receipts and handle all other expenses pertaining to the tour. Stage Show Vaudeville presentation. Elvis Presley to receive fifty percent of All Star Shows share of concession sales".

27 shows in 10 days
August 3,4 Miami, FL The Olympia Theatre 7 shows in 2 days
August 5 Tampa, FL Fort Homer Hesterly Armory 1 matinee and 1 evening
August 6 Lakeland, FL Polk Theatre 1 matinee and 2 evening
August 7 St Petersburg, FL Florida Theatre 1 matinee and 2 evening
August 8 Orlando, FL Municipal Auditorium 2 shows
August 9 Daytona Beach, FL Peabody Auditorium 2 shows
August 10, 11 Jacksonville, FL Florida Theatre 1 matinee and 2 evenings each day
August 12 New Orleans, LA Municipal Auditorium 1 matinee and 1 evening

The contract is sold alongside an Elvis Presley Museum certificate of Authenticity hand signed by Jimmy Velvet Elvis' friend of twenty two years and the Founder of the Elvis Presley Museum. Jimmy Velvet attended a number of these shows as Elvis' personal guest.

By the time of their final two appearances at the Armory on February 19 and August 5, 1956, each of which followed recent television appearances (The Dorsey Bros.'Stage Show and The Steve Allen Show), they had gone from supporting act to headliner.
A local Juvenile Court judge in Jacksonville, Florida called Elvis a "savage" and threatened to arrest him if he shook his body while performing at Jacksonville's Florida Theatre, justifying the restrictions by saying his music was undermining the youth of America. Throughout the performance, Elvis stood still as ordered but poked fun at the judge by wiggling a finger.

"The controversy over Elvis' sex appeal reached its Zenith during this tour, when Elvis arrived in Jacksonville for a series of performances. When he had appeared there in 1955, the Jacksonville girls had been so impressed they'd risen as one to strip him of his clothes. Now, in an effort to protect these females from further enjoyment, the Reverend Robert Gray held a prayer meeting at Trinity Baptist Church. There he informed his teenage flock that Elvis Presley had "achieved a new low in spiritual degeneracy. If he were offered his salvation tonight, he would probably say 'No Thanks.'" The teens were then instructed to bow their heads and pray for Elvis' redemption. When Elvis learned of this, he was deeply insulted. "I feel the preacher was just looking for publicity," he said. "I have gone to church since I could walk." In Jacksonville they were scheduled to play six shows over a two day period at the Florida Theatre. When they arrived they were greeted with unsigned warrants prepared by Juvenile Court Judge Marion Gooding charging Elvis with impairing the morals of minors. The judge told them he was upset over what had happened during their last visit (hysterical fans nearly ripped Elvis' clothes off) and he wanted to prevent a recurrence. If Elvis did those hip-gyrating movements for which he was famous, Gooding warned, he would sign the warrants and Elvis would be taken straight to jail. According to the Jacksonville newspaper, prior to the start of the show, a representative of the American Guild of Variety Artists told them that Elvis would have to join the AVGA and that the Colonel would have to post bond and insurance for other acts in the show otherwise they would prevent the acts from appearing. This was no doubt because of Elvis' movements on stage and in spite of the fact that they were already members of the Musician's union. He accepted membership and the Colonel accepted bond and insurance obligations to the AVGA".

With threats of criminal prosecution, Elvis and his management arranged for legal representation when he performed at the theatre. A young attorney by the name of Clarence Wood was hired to represent him. Clarence sat just off stage and was there just in case Judge Gooding decided to issue an arrest warrant at the concert and took the assignment in stride noting that Elvis was just a young man trying to entertain his fans. Prior to the show, Judge Gooding invited Elvis to his chambers to set Elvis straight as to recommended restrictions on Elvis' performance. Elvis declined this meeting but did meet with Judge Gooding at some point during this visit to Jacksonville. Fortunately there were no arrests or riots during the concert and Clarence enjoyed the concert and honour of representing Elvis so much that he forgot to bill Elvis.

"Judge David Gooding, who holds the same seat his father did 50 years ago: Juvenile Court Judge, said "my father had gotten calls from various cities that he had visited -- by law enforcement and judges from the area -- saying that riots had been caused as a result of his performance. My understanding is that a civic group filed a petition to censor the performance. "So the elder Judge Marion Gooding called the "sinful" young singer into his chambers. The two talked over how much -- was too much".

When they did the concerts, the police were out in force, armed with movie cameras. Elvis did what he was told, but all that nervous energy had to come out in some way. "That's where the curled lip and the little finger thing really got started", said Scotty. "He stood there flat footed and did the whole show." The judge was delighted with the performance. Later, Elvis told reporters he was unhappy about the controversy. "I don't do no dirty body movements," he told a reporter.

"My father's response, after meeting with Elvis and his lawyers, and hearing from the petitioners, was to instruct him that he would accept wiggling from side-to-side, but no back-and-forth motions," Gooding said. "What I've been told is that Elvis behaved himself like a gentleman. He was represented by an attorney, and the petitioners got along, and everyone got along well. And I think Elvis understood the concerns that my father had at the time. My father was very pleased with the way Elvis behaved himself during the performances in Jacksonville, all three of my sisters had dates and tickets to come to the concerts... Dad let them come. He saw the performances and thought they were appropriate for them to see," the younger judge said. "I can remember back during the '70s and '60s that my father would always watch Elvis with great fondness when he would appear on television. He was a big fan."

Their next stop, New Orleans. Ten days later they were in Hollywood and Elvis began work on his first motion picture, "Love Me Tender." An incredible piece of Rock and Roll History.

158.    Rock & Roll Memorabilia - Sid Vicious Contract: Signed "John Beverly", one page 8½ins. x 11ins. January 3, 1978. Rider to a contract between Glitterbest, Inc, and Kingfish/Danny Kerticy, in which the latter agrees to furnish services for the Sex Pistols. Signed at the conclusion by Beverly. In fine condition. The Sex Pistols embarked on a brief yet furious US tour in January 1978. Originally scheduled to start a few days before New Year's, the band's criminal records made American authorities reluctant to issue visas, resulting in the cancellation of the tour's first four shows, with Vicious signing this rider on the date of the last cancelled show at Virginia's Alexandria Roller Rink. The drug-addled and violent events of the band's notorious US tour led to the disbanding of the Sex Pistols. Vicious remains scarce across all formats, with this rider enhanced furthermore by the presence of his given name.
NB: This contract was signed only a fortnight before the band broke up. Sold with certificate of authenticity from Roger Epperson authentication. £1000-1500
159.    Noel Coward & Gertrude Lawrence Memorabilia - reputed to have been obtained from 1930s Gertrude Lawrence seized assets sale - Art deco hallmarked silver and enamel lidded box with jade & coral embellishment inscribed plaque "To Dearest Gertie affectionately with autograph Noel Coward Phoenix London, maker George Stockwell, London 1928. £3000-3500
160.    Theatre Playbill: 1923 New Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, London advertising "Othello" and "Chinese Scorcer" with guidance for future productions, framed and glazed, 13ins. x 7½ins. £60-80
161.    **Oscar Wilde: A truly iconic items of memorabilia. A silver cigarette case of plain concave rectangular form with push button lock, engraved with verses and signed "Bosie", hallmarked Birmingham 1897 with maker's mark 'J.M.M'.

The lot is a unique and highly personal reminder of the affair with Lord Alfred Douglas "Bosie" that led to the social and financial ruin of Oscar Wilde.

The case is engraved with a verse from John Donne's famous poem The Canonization.

The Phoenix riddle hath more wit
By us, we two being one are it.
So to one neutral thing both sexes fit
We die and rise the same and prove
Mysterious by this love.

Donne is considered to be the most famous of the metaphysical poets, his works are noted for their strong, sensual style and The Canonization talks of the complexities of romantic love, showing love as so all-consuming that lovers forgo other pursuits to spend time together. This in itself gives us an incredible snapshot into Wilde and Bosie's relationship and why Bosie chose this particular poem to immortalise on this token of his love to Oscar.

Oscar Wilde is one of the well-known figures of his era, famed for his wit, his elegant appearance and his celebration of decadence. 1895 marked the year of his most famous stage success The Importance of Being Earnest but also his fall from grace.

Although married with two sons, he was gay, which was illegal in the UK until the 1960s. When Bosie's father The Marquis of Queensbury left Wilde a provocatively addressed calling card in February 1895, Wilde took him to court for libel. But during the case, details of Wilde's activities were revealed. Within days he himself was on trial for 'indecency', Wilde was found guilty and jailed for two years. The experience - described in his poem, The Ballad of Reading Gaol - broke his spirit.

To Wilde, a cigarette was the perfect pleasure. "It is exquisite, and it leaves one unsatisfied. What more can one want?". His relationship with Bosie may once have been exquisite, but things were never the same between them after Wilde imprisonment staring at that "little tent of blue that prisoners call the sky" above Reading.

Although Bosie had been the cause of his misfortunes, he and Wilde were reunited in August 1897 in Rouen. This meeting was disapproved of by the friends and families of both men. Wilde and Bosie lived together near Naples for a few months towards the later part of 1897 until they were separated by their families under the threat of cutting off all funds. It is quite possible that Bosie gave the case to Wilde during this final period together. The cigarette case was an expression of how deep their love really was, with Bosie's carefully selected verses making it a truly iconic item, as it proved how cruel and unfair society was in bringing not only their affair to a close but seriously contributed to Oscar Wilde's ruin and early death.

After they separated, Wilde changed his name to Sebastian Melmoth, and was dead, penniless and disgraced within three years. The case was recovered from Wilde's effects on his death at the Hotel d'Alsace in Paris on November 30, 1900. It was subsequently sold by the family of the hotel proprietor, Jean Dupoirer, to a mining engineer, David Adamson whose great grandson sold it at Bonhams in September 1997. 3½ins. x 3ins.
162.    **Oscar Wilde: Extremely rare 19th century pen and watercolour wash of Wilde as a young man (Possibly a self-portrait thought to have been copied from a photograph of Wilde whilst at University), inscribed in black ink "yours Oscar Wilde". 5ins. x 7ins.

163.    **Oscar Wilde: Cabinet photograph/card half-length portrait by Alfred Ellis, showing the poet in a typical pose, with a flower in his lapel and holding a cigarette. Photographer's full imprint on verso. 6ins. x 4ins. £800-1200
164.    Space Memorabilia/Autographs: Rare book, signed, of "Full Moon" by Michael Light. It is signed by 20 Apollo astronauts including 8 moonewalkers & 1 flight director. The majority of the signatures were obtained in person by the vendor at space conventions and events including:-
Space Lectures, Pontefract UK
Autogragfica UK , London & Birmingham
Astronaut Scholarship Foundation events, Kennedy Space Centre, USA
Private mailed in signings organised by space specialist 'Astronaut Central' USA (formerly Novaspace).
The signatures in the book & majority with mission number are:
Apollo 7: Cunningham & Schirra
Apollo 8: Borman & Lovell
Apollo 9: McDivitt, Schweickart, Scott
Apollo 10: Stafford, Young, Cernan
Apollo 11: Aldrin & Collins
Apollo 12: Bean & Gordon
Apollo 13: Lovell & Haise
Apollo 14: Mitchell
Apollo 15: Scott & Worden
Apollo 16: Young, Duke, Mattingly
Apollo 17: Cernan, Schmitt
Together with NASA mission flight director: Griffin. £4000-6000
165.    Space Memorabilia: Book, signed first printing of "We Seven", signed by all of the seven Mercury astronauts with original dust jacket. Each signature is boldly signed, the book was purchased from leading American space dealers astronaut archives. A superb example. £3000-5000
166.    Space Memorabilia: Newspaper, original final edition of the Washington Post July 20th 1969 from the personal collection of Buzz Aldrin with signed letter of authenticity. The newspaper carries the headline "The Eagle has Landed, Two Men Walk on the Moon".
167.    Folk Music Ephemera: The Yetties 1975 poster promoting tour for album 'Let's Have A Party', plus eight press promotional photographs, two of them signed (first names). Three copies of The Yetties magazine and a small collection of band ephemera for 'The Horses Brawl Band.' £30-40
168.    Autographs: A collection of signed scraps and postcards by Sir Paul McCartney, John Lennon, George Harrison (2), Sir George Martin and Allan Williams. All were obtained by the vendor's brother who wrote to numerous celebrities in the mid 1970s to early 1980s. £600-800
169.    Space: Autographed photograph of Valentina Milocaeva Tereshkova, first female astronaut, plus a letter from the Soviet Women's Committee, about the same. £70-100
170.    Space/Apollo: Set Of Apollo 11 signatures, two personalised to Chris Roberts. The first is a signed colour photograph of Neil Armstrong, the second a note 'To Chris Roberts with best wishes Buzz Aldrin', with original Buzz handwritten NASA envelope and a signed colour photograph of Michael Collins. (3) £700-1200
171.    Autographs: Collection of signed photographs and scraps, some personalised, from film stars, Mae West, Shirley Temple, James Cagney and Douglas Fairbanks Jr. (4) £150-250
172.    Autographs: Collection of signed notes and scraps from noted pioneers and explorers, including Sir Edmund Hillary, Sir Chris Bonnington, Sir Peter Scott, Brian Trubshaw and Sheila Scott. (10) £50-80
173.    Autographs: Collection of signed photographs and scraps, some personalised from film stars, Rock Hudson, Sophia Loren, James Mason (3), Liz Taylor and Richard Burton. £150-250
174.    Autographs: Collection of signed notes and scraps from Conservative politicians, including Baroness Thatcher, Harold Macmillan, and Lord Nigel Lawson. (8) £80-120
175.    Autographs: Collection of letters, scrap and photographs of footballers Bobby Charlton, Sir Alf Ramsey, and Jimmy Hill. £70-100
176.    Autographs: Typed letter to Chris Roberts signed in green ink, Steve McQueen. Plus a black and white photograph signed 'Steve McQueen The Hunter'. (2) £200-300
177.    Autographs: Collection of signed photographs, some personalised. Film and TV stars, musicians and sports people. In albums, loose and in autograph books. Including Pele, Henry Cooper, West Indies 1950 cricket team, Denis Compton, Elsie and Doris Waters, Humphrey Bogart, Stewart Granger, Michael Caine, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Brian Ferry, Paul Jones, Ronnie Corbett, David Copperfield, Bill Owen, Dennis Healey, Michael Crawford, stars of British soap operas including Judi Dench, Michael Elphick and many more. Approx. 160. £80-100
178.    20th cent. White metal car mascot in the form of a pheasant, original sculpture. By Anthony Maynard, maker Lejeune. Also yellow metal, engine turned, compact souvenir of Festival of Britain, 1951. Boxed. £30-50
179.    Photographic Lenses. A. F. R. Paris: Anastigmat Symetrique series H lens Nos. 8, 12. (2) Carl Zeiss Jena No. 3334, lens with vertical illuminator No. 2549. (2) Cooke Anaastrigmat lens No. 43874. (1) E. Sutre (Basel) lens No. 1,2787 with two unmarked others. (3) Plus 2 x 3ins glass colour filters. (8 total lenses) £60-80
180.    Optics: Carl Zeiss Jena Binoculars. 'Jenoptem', 10 x 50W, multi coated, No. 5094550. Original leather case. £50-80
181.    Musical Instruments: Six string mini banjo, treen body, with carrying case. £30-50
182.    20th cent. Violin in case, with accessories. Length 23½ins. £40-60
183.    Photographic Equipment: Camera lens including Canon F.D. 50mm 1.1.8.SC, Canon F.D. 1.3.5.SC, Canon EF 70-210 F3, 5-4.5, E.F. 25-28F3 5-5.6-11. Tamer EW - 600135 F/2,5 telephoto, Vivitar 90mm 1.28, Vivitar series 1.70 - 210mm, 1.3.5. Macro 300m, Vivitar Tel Converter 2 x 4FLFD etc plus boxes approx 10. £80-120
184.    Cameras: Praktica MTLS camera with pentacon Auto 1.8/50 lens and other spare lenses Nacro 580, pentacon 4/200, Douplan 2.8/50, a flash (boxed), a Zenlt EM camera and lens plus a Kodak Brownie 8mm movie camera. £40-80
185.    S.L.R. Cameras, Equipment and Carrying Bags: S.L.R. Camera bodies, Canon E05 600, Canon AE-1, Agfa Silette, Polaroid Automatic 340 land camera, Sony video Hi8 Handy cam, a Bolex 280, a digital "Traveller" camera, a good selection of Hoya filters, cannon diffuser with flash guns leads, instruction booklets plus camera carrying bags. (2 x boxes). £60-100
186.    Ocean Liner/Union Castle: Rare collection of brass engine room instruments together with the ship's bulkhead clock from the RMS Pretoria Castle, later SA Oranje. The dials are mounted to an oak shield shaped panel. 32ins.
187.    Binoculars, Aquilus Paris 8 x 32, black with leather case, and a pair of opera glasses in a snakeskin case with velvet liner. £20-40
188.    18th cent. Bronze pestle and mortar, possibly French, fleur de lys embossing to the outside. Name Henry E. Firman marked on the bottom. From an apothecary in Fawley. £100-120
189.    19th cent. French brass repeating carriage clock, white enamel dial. £100-150
190.    Clocks: F.W. Elliott green onyx mantel clock no:1471. Retailed by 'Mallory' of Bath. 6ins. x 2¼ins. x 4¾ins. £40-60
191.    Barometers: Circular aneroid barometer, Mallory of Bath. 7ins. Diameter. £10-20
192.    19th cent. French table clock, alabaster body with gilt & blue embellishment, patented escapement, cherub on a swing pendulum movement, signed Japy Fils. £200-250
193.    19th cent. Brass anniversary clock, made in Germany. £30-50
194.    Rare set of three late 18th/ early 19th century pewter condiments marked "Royal Yacht" possibly for use on the Royal Caroline or Royal Charlotte, stamped on base 6386002 2ins. £300-500
195.    Fishing Equipment: Cane fishing basket/seat containing six reels: Vantage Fly 5/6 (Fladen), 'The Gemina', Shimano SS-G 2000, a Mitchell Spinfisher 888a, Intrepid Rimfly 'Regina' with floats, weights and other fishing gear. £40-60
196.    Fishing Equipment: Cane fishing basket/seat containing Allcock skeins nylon (5, 6, 8), rod rings, Pearsalls typhast silk, spool in a fly box (no fly's), an Allcock Aerialite reel and two fly reels, etc. £30-50
197.    Sporting & Pastimes: Flat green 'lignum vitae' wooden bowls (5ins.) bias 3. One pair by Jaques & Son and another by Taylor-Rolph. (4). Contained in a bowls carrying bag. £30-50
198.    Object of Virtu: 19th cent. Ladies ivory handled silk parasol, with oriental leaf design to the folding handle. Length 25ins. £40-60
200.    19th cent. Chinese silver crescent pendant filigree work and decorated with shell fish, fish, mirrored on the rear from the town of Anghang in the District of Shaoxing in Zhejiang Province. £150-200
201.    20th cent. Chinese: Cantonese charger decorated in famille rose and verte colour way. 13ins diam. £40-60
202.    19th/20th cent. Chinese ceramics, stoneware. Crackle bowl, the side of the bowl decorated with 5 ice green dragons chasing a pearl, the sides of the bowl have a decoration of mounted warriors, with an outline mountain background. 10ins. x 5½ins. £80-120
203.    20th cent. Ceramics: Oriental charger with exotic birds and flowers. Diameter 14½ins. £30-50
204.    Early 20th cent. Indian Benares Brass Ware: Desk stand inkwell. 9ins. x 6ins. £30-50
205.    Early 20th cent. Indian Benares Ware: Cobra candlesticks - a pair 8½ins. plus tapering and other vases. (4 pairs). £40-60
206.    19th cent. Japanese twin pot with figures in relief Meiji period character marks to base in red on 1 pot Kaga and other Kutani. £100-150
207.    Ceramics: Oriental pot, floral Imari panels. 9½ins diam. x 8ins high. (a/f). Plus Japanese lacquer glove box. £20-40
208.    Chinese blue and white baluster shaped vase, fluted body and flared rim. 18ins. £100-150
209.    Japanese Imari cylinder vases, unsigned. A pair (1 a/f). 12ins. £30-50
210.    20th cent. Ceramics: Royal Winton 'Old Cottage', chintz half teaset, cups and saucers x 6, milk jug, sugar bowl, side plates x 6, and Royal Winton cheese dish a/f. £40-60
211.    Early 19th cent. Ceramics: Royal Copenhagen dove in the form of a whistle. Length 3ins. Davenport stone china Flo-blue cup and saucer. Chinoiserie pattern, hand painted gilt decoration, anchor/ blue backstamp, cerise painted, No: 142 x on both pieces.
212.    19th cent. Vienna figure of a male holding grapes, with a female holding a flower. No. 1368. 5½ins. £30-50
213.    20th cent. Ceramics: Royal Doulton figurines "Melanie" HN2271. 1964, "Meditation" HN2330. 1970, "Coralie" HN2307. 1963 plus "Fleur" HN2368, all with green backstamp. (4). £40-60
214.    20th cent. Ceramics: Lladro figure no:1278 'Jealousy' girl with lamb and dog 9½ins. (pencil marks to base) plus Shepherdess with dove no:4660 7ins. and a Nao angel playing pan pipes 6½ins. (3). £40-60
215.    20th cent. Ceramics: Royal Copenhagen figure no:520 Boy sitting on a rock, plus 'Hollohaza' rabbit figurines and another Zsolney duckling figurine. (4). £50-80
216.    19th cent. Barge ware ceramics, embossed "Herend George Hawkins', Stoney Stratford, Bucks. 1882". £30-50
217.    Royal Crown Derby "Derby Posies" table ware, 6 place includes dinner plates, soup bowls, dessert bowls, side plates, meat plates, vegetable tureens (2) with covers, milk jug, cream jugs (4) and a tea bag strainer and dish. £50-60
218.    20th cent. Ceramics: "Minton" bone china 12 place tea service including cups and saucers, sandwich plate, cake plate, milk and cream jugs, slop bowls (2), sugar bowl, spoon tray, cruet set, sandwich plates with red backstamp. £40-60
219.    Moorcroft - The Newman Collection: c1952 Small waisted vase, Orchid pattern on green ground, 4½ins. high. £120-150
220.    Moorcroft - The Newman Collection: c1950 Large Ovoid vase, Orchid pattern on green ground, 8½ins. high. £180-220
221.    Moorcroft - The Newman Collection: c1920 Large squat vase, pomegranate pattern on dark blue ground, 6ins. high. £600-800
222.    Moorcroft - The Newman Collection: c1925 Small squat ovoid vase, pomegranate pattern on dark blue ground. 3½ins. high. £150-180
223.    Moorcroft - The Newman Collection: c1953 Green ground baluster shaped vase in the anemone pattern, paper Queen Mary Warrant on base, 9¼ins. high. £200-250
224.    Moorcroft - The Newman Collection: c1920 Moonlight Blue ovoid squat vase signed in green 5¼ins. £1000-1200
225.    Moorcroft - The Newman Collection: c1995 Small baluster vase in the rare Lamia pattern by Rachel Bishop depicting water lilies & bulrushes, 4ins. high. £100-140
226.    Moorcroft - The Newman Collection: c1995 Small slender necked posy vase in the rare Lamia pattern by Rachel Bishop depicting water lilies & bulrushes, 6ins. high. £120-150
227.    Moorcroft - The Newman Collection: c1993 Baluster shaped vase in the Oberon pattern, 8¼ins. high £120-150
228.    Moorcroft - The Newman Collection: c1950 Ovoid vase, Clematis pattern, 5½ins. high. £120-150
229.    Moorcroft - The Newman Collection: c1996 Blue Iris pattern tall ewer/pitcher. Members club piece, one off, only 250 produced, 9½ins. £80-120
230.    Moorcroft - The Newman Collection: c1952 Baluster vase, Anemone pattern on green ground, 6½ins. high. £100-140
231.    Moorcroft - The Newman Collection: c1993 Oberon patterned ginger jar, 6ins. tall. £80-120
232.    Moorcroft - The Newman Collection: c1950 Small baluster vase, anemone on blue ground, with paper by appointment to Queen Mary label on base, 5ins. high. £80-120
233.    Moorcroft - The Newman Collection: c1914 Pale green ground baluster shaped vase in the pansy pattern, 8½ins. high. £1000-1200
234.    Moorcroft - The Newman Collection: c1950 Small globular vase, African Lily pattern on green ground, with paper by appointment to Queen Mary label on base, 4½ins. high. £150-180
235.    Moorcroft - The Newman Collection: c1935 Blue ground baluster shaped vase in the orchid pattern, 5½ins. high. £200-250
236.    Moorcroft - The Newman Collection: Post 1953 Anemone dressing table box and cover 5ins. x 4ins. 1½ins. no receipt 1990 £135. £50-80
237.    Moorcroft - The Newman Collection: c1916 Baluster vase, pomegranate pattern on dark blue ground, 6ins. high.
238.    Moorcroft - The Newman Collection: c1925 Slender necked posy vase in the blue ground pansy pattern, 6ins. high. £200-250
239.    Moorcroft - The Newman Collection: c1930 Pomegranate ovoid vase dark blue ground signed William 6¼ins. £200-250
240.    20th cent. Ceramics: Moorcroft footed bowl, orchid on dark blue ground. 4½ins x 4ins. £30-50
241.    Moorcroft - The Newman Collection: c1906 McIntyre small posy vase, blue & yellow poppies on white ground, 6ins. high. £350-450
242.    Moorcroft - The Newman Collection: c1994 Anemone pattern bowl, 6¼ins. diameter. £60-80
243.    Moorcroft - The Newman Collection: Pansy mallet shaped vase 5¼ins. £200-250
244.    Moorcroft - The Newman Collection: c1925 Tall vase decorated with the pomegranate design on the blue ground, 9ins. high. £200-300
245.    Moorcroft - The Newman Collection: c1918 Trinket bowl with lid, pomegranate pattern on dark blue ground, 3½ins. high.
246.    Moorcroft - The Newman Collection: c1918 Small baluster vase, pomegranate pattern on pale green ground, 5ins. high. £120-150
247.    Moorcroft - The Newman Collection: c1946 Squat baluster vase, Orchid pattern on green ground, with paper by appointment to Queen Mary label on base. £150-180
248.    19th cent. Porcelain slipware plaque of nymphs dancing, the figures in relief. £50-80
249.    19th cent. German K. P. M. Berlin porcelain plaque, 'Ruth in a Cornfield'. Impressed to reverse 'K.P.M. and sceptre' (twice). 'Crown' and 'h' and numericals '237' and '158'. Painted script 'Die Ruth'. Signed R. Dittrich, framed and mounted. 9¼ins. x 6¼ins. £2500-3500
250.    Royal Doulton and Slater Jack RD No 13799, No 2677 faux leather hook hallmarked silver rim and a tumbler (AF) London 1910 Saunders and Shepard. £30-50
251.    20th cent. Ceramics: Royal Doulton 'Lambeth' ewer/vases - a pair, with handles in greys, greens & blues 10ins. plus a bulbous squat vase 6¼ins. (3). £30-50
252.    20th cent. Ceramics: Clarice Cliff, Newport Pottery plate, 'Forest'. Scalloped edged, sycamore pattern with seeds and leaves. Green backstamp, 'Genuine Hand painted', with 'Forest' in black. 9¾ins. £30-60
252A.   20th cent. Ceramics: Art deco Clarice Cliff, hand painted, Newport Pottery preserve/honey pot with lid, signed to base. 4½ins. £40-60
253.    20th cent. Ceramics: Beswick 'Pheasants in Flight', graduated set model No. 661/1, 661/2, 661/3, with impressed marks. £40-60
254.    20th cent. Ceramics: Beswick, Partridge (pair) model No. 2064, issued 1966 - 1975. Plus Beswick Owl, 1046. £80-100
255.    20th cent. Ceramics: Beswick Robin no:980. Blue Tit no:992, Goldfinch no:2273 & a Wren no:993. A Royal Copenhagen, Scottie dog no:4918. Plus a Goebel Robin & an unmarked Wren. (7). £40-60
256.    19th cent. Ceramics: Baluster vases with flared neck, green ground with romantic transfer panels - a pair. Height 15ins. (1 a/f). £20-30
257.    Early 20th cent. Ceramics: Royal Bonn Franz Anton Mehlem. Backstamp, red crown, initials F.M. & 55. bulbous vase, elongated neck, two handles. Chinoiserie pattern of bamboo & flowers. Shape 268. 14ins. tall. £50-80
258.    18th cent. Delft ginger jar blue and white decoration in floral motif, ribbed shaped neck, tapering body, backstamp: Capital Petters NB and underscore s, 10ins. tall x 6½ins diam. £100-150
259.    20th cent. Ceramics: Royal Copenhagen Celadon vase, crackle glaze, baluster shape. Fluted design, gilt decoration. Green backstamp, numbered L/57. 2791. 9½ins. tall. 8ins. diameter (at widest point). £120-160
260.    20th cent. Royal Doulton blue ground, baluster vase, gilt turning to the shoulders. 11ins. £40-60
261.    20th cent. Ceramics: Parian model of a cow, on a treen stand. 11ins. x 6½ins. x 4¾ins. £40-60
262.    20th cent. Ceramics: Poole Pottery, footed bowl, 'Delphis'. 1970s. Diameter 13½ins. Black backstamp. £30-60
263.    19th cent. Bohemian green glass tazza with gilt overlay decoration. £100-150
264.    20th cent. Glass: Venetian handmade purple glass decanter & six spirit glasses, overlaid with silver decoration. £60-80
265.    19th cent. Apothecary jars with labels "Dec: Aloesc", "AQ: Menths AT", "TR: Camph: CO:" ½ gallon size. £30-50
266.    20th cent. Three way adjustable nickel plated desk lamp. £40-60
267.    20th cent. Silver plated 2 bottle wine cooler. £40-60
268.    Plated Ware: Plated teapot, Regency style and a sugar shaker. £20-30
269.    Plated ware: Wine filter, open vegetable tureen, bread basket, cut glass, plated claret jug, tea pot and hot water pot plus two plated cups with saucers, marked "Orfevrerie, Gallia". (Christofle) (1 box). £30-60
270.    20th cent. Plated Ware: Tea set comprised of hot water pot, teapot, sugar bowl, and a milk jug (4). £30-40
271.    Hallmarked Silver: Condiments set, comb, butter knives (6) boxed & a continental tea caddy spoon. Various hallmarks & dates. £40-60
272.    Hallmarked Silver: Collector's spoons from around the UK (18), sugar nips 9ozs, and 5 @ 800 standard from abroad, 2oz. £70-100
273.    Sterling Silver: Cutlery, ex. property Virginia Parsons 1910-2008, American, Buttercup pattern by Gorham - 6 knives, forks, 6 teaspoons, 5 cake forks, 1 cake fork, 1 dessert spoon. 3 teaspoons and 1 fork different pattern. Knives not weighed 26oz. £290-350
274.    Hallmarked Silver: Condiment set, pepper, salt, mustard and sugar nips plus a strainer spoon 7oz. £70-90
275.    Hallmarked Silver: Teapot, black handle and finial. Birmingham 1924, S. Blanckensee & Son. 16½oz. inclusive. £140-150
276.    Hallmarked Silver: Condiment set, and napkin ring. 7oz. £60-80
277.    Hallmarked Silver: Teaspoons London 1927 James Pryne Kings pattern 6½oz. £50-80
278.    Hallmarked Silver: Candle sticks London 8oz (without weights), a silver backed hand mirror plus brush Chester all A/F. £40-60
279.    Hallmarked Silver: Dessert spoons x 8, London 1867 George W. Adams. (Chawner's & Co.) Monogrammed handle. 12½oz. £120-180
280.    Hallmarked Silver: Dessert forks x 9, London 1855, 1867 George W. Adams. (Chawner's & Co.) x 7, London 1845 Samuel Hayne & Dudley Carter x 3. 15oz. £140-200
281.    Silver: French marked silver, 12 place fruit setting set. Knives not weighed. 22oz.
B Reynier Monte Carlo, makers marked box. £250-300
282.    Hallmarked Silver: Circular frame with embossed floral decoration, London marks, maker G.H. possibly George Hart. £50-70
283.    Hallmarked Silver: Dressing table set, hand mirror, clothes brush, hair brush, embossed angels on the back, Birmingham 1961 Broadways and Co plus 2 gents' clothes brushed London 1902 Williams Comyns and Sons Ltd. £40-60
284.    Hallmarked Silver: Small sauce boat, mustard pot and cover, and a four slice toast rack. Birmingham & Chester. 5½oz. £50-80
285.    Hallmarked Silver: Tea service, tea for one with teapot, sugar bowl, milk jug. Birmingham 1901, J. Sherwood & Sons. 10½oz. Inclusive. £150-200
286.    Hallmarked Silver: Salver inscribed with presentation notation, scallop edge, four paw feet. Chester 1924, Barker Brothers. Retailed Mallory of Bath. 34½oz. £300-400
287.    Hallmarked Silver: Quaich, London 1902. J. Wakely & Frank Wheeler. 1.8oz. £40-60
288.    Hallmarked Silver: Cigarette case, pill box, and bangle. 2½oz. £20-40
289.    Hallmarked Silver: Candlesticks, Corinthian column, step base (not weighed). Sheffield. £60-100
290.    Hallmarked Silver: teaspoons, Albany pattern, London 1914. Francis Stebbings. Plus a sauce ladle, London. Robert Stebbings. 8½oz. £70-100
291.    Hallmarked Silver: Dessert spoons, Albany pattern, London 1914. Francis Stebbings. 11oz. £100-120
292.    Hallmarked Silver: Dessert forks, Albany pattern, London 1914. Francis Stebbings. 11oz. £100-120
292A.   Hallmarked Silver: Candlesticks, ornate sugar nips (a/f), cut glass perfume bottle silver topped, a silver photo frame, and a plated rose vase. £30-50
293.    Hallmarked Gold: Rolex Tudor Royal ladies wristwatch. 9ct case and bracelet. Presentation notation on the rear. 15½g. without movement. £200-300
294.    Hallmarked Silver: Table spoons (3), Albany pattern, London 1914. Francis Stebbings. 9½oz. £90-120
295.    Hallmarked Silver: Dinner forks, Albany pattern, London 1914. Francis Stebbings. 19oz £180-200
296.    Hallmarked Silver: Christening spoon, Birmingham. Inscribed D E Rogers. Boxed. Plus a silver knife and fork, with mother of pearl handles. £20-40
297.    Hallmarked Silver: Napkin rings, Harlequin set of 5 and a ring tree. 3½oz. £30-50
298.    Hallmarked Silver: Tablespoons, London 1854 George W. Adams (Chawner's & Co.) 9½oz. handle with family phoenix crest and a small sauce ladle. £100-150
299.    Hallmarked Silver: Baby's rattle/bone teething ring, with mother of pearl handle, embossed teddy bear, Birmingham. Hampton Utilities, 6½ins. long. £40-60
300.    Hallmarked Silver: Decanter labels for 'Whisky', 'Gin', and 'Sherry'. 1oz. (3) £30-50
301.    Hallmarked Silver: 19th cent. Hallmarked pin tray in the form of a swan, a hallmarked pin tray and two teaspoons. 3½oz. (3) £30-50
302.    Hallmarked Silver & White Metal Jewellery and Objects of Virtu: Locket, heart shape Victorian picture frame, bread fork, fob, ring with 9ct. shank, penknife, mother of pearl pendant, teaspoon, etc. £50-60
303.    Hallmarked Silver: Fob chains, one with fob attached. 6½oz. £60-100
304.    Watches: Gents and ladies wristwatches (15), and 2 pocket watches. £20-40
305.    Silver ladies pendant watches, the cases 800, 925, 935 standard, all with enamel faces and ornate dials. £70-90
306.    Watches: Gents Enicar gold wrist watch with black strap. £80-100
307.    Hallmarked Gold: Ladies watches, 9ct. cases. (2). £60-80
308.    Hallmarked Gold: Ladies Ingersoll wristwatch and a Gypsy ring with 18ct. shank. £50-60
309.    Jewellery: Herbert Rosenthal, c1980s, yellow metal bee brooch. Marked 18k, set with diamonds. 0.25ct, and emeralds. £300-500
310.    American Marked Gold: Cufflinks, marked XTK. Original retailer's box, T. J. Biesel, Newport, Rhode Island. A pair. 7.4gms. £40-60
311.    Hallmarked Gold: Locket and chain 9ct, 7½gms. Plus two tie pins (1 a/f). 8gms. £60-80
312.    Hallmarked Gold: 9ct signet ring, with single diamond (0.2gms.), in a starburst setting. 14gms. £120-150
313.    Diamond & Emerald Jewellery: Boat shaped ring, centre stone ·75 plus two others ·10, emeralds cut approx. ·25 and 10 small stones. £500-600
314.    Hallmarked Gold: 9ct. rings, 8gms. £50-80
315.    Jewellery: White gold and diamond ring, stamped 750, tests 18ct. Raised setting, studded with old cut diamonds. 8gms. £250-300
316.    Hallmarked Gold: 9ct. Signet ring and a gents ring with an amethyst stone. 12gms. £100-150
317.    Hallmarked Gold Jewellery: 9ct. White gold solitaire ring, 9ct. Gold diamond and blue stone ring, plus a 9ct. Gold diamond ring, centre stone with stones to four corners. 6gms. £90-130
318.    Hallmarked Gold: 9ct. chain pendant, sovereign mount and ring, half sovereign mount. 23gms. £200-250
318A.   Hallmarked Gold: Signet ring. 9ct. 7gms. cut shank. £40-60
319.    Hallmarked Gold: Signet ring 9ct. 16½gms. £130-160
320.    Hallmarked Gold: 9ct. signet ring, ring with the letter S on a black stone, and a wedding band. 13½gms. Inclusive. (2). £120-150
321.    Hallmarked Gold: Signet ring 9ct. Single diamond, star setting. 14gms. £120-150
322.    Hallmarked Gold: 22ct. wedding rings, 4½g. Plus an 18ct ring, 0.8gms. £70-100
323.    Hallmarked Gold: 9ct. Wedding ring, an octagonal ring set with white stones, ring with an illusion setting, a dress ring with a central blue stone with white stone cluster. 11gms. Inclusive. (4). £70-100
324.    Costume Jewellery: Brooches, earrings, glass and other beads, cufflink's, perfume bottles, gold plated watch, Coalport brooch, purse, etc. Plus autograph book circa 38/39, Programme Haydn Creation April 1946 at the Corn Exchange Devizes. £20-40
325.    Jewellery: Cultured pearl necklace with 9ct. gold clasp. Boxed. 50ins. unclipped length. £50-80
326.    Jewellery: Yellow metal and other earrings, with and without stones. £40-60
327.    Costume Jewellery: Yellow metal clip on earrings, faceted drop earrings, gilt, soleil earrings, white metal, brooch set with faceted blue stone matching earrings. £40-60
328.    Jewellery: Pendent and earrings in an Arts and Crafts style stamped 925, adorned with gold and each piece having amethyst stone, boxed. £30-60
329.    American Costume Jewellery: Napier yellow metal gate design necklace and bracelet set. Also earrings in the form of entwined circles. 65gms. £60-100
330.    Jewellery: Hallmarked 9ct. gold ring, centre stone with a cluster of white stones. 3gms. Also a snake bangle and a necklace both stamped 925. £30-50
331.    Costume Jewellery: Includes strings of pearls, cufflinks including Masonic, other necklaces, brooches, pendants, ring, some a/f. Plus a ladies black evening clutch bag. £30-50
332.    Perfume: Muse of Coty a 1946 bottle in its original presentation box, the seal to the bottle unbroken with a very little evaporation. £40-80
333.    19th cent. Carved treen snuff boxes in the form of boots. The pair have pull off tops and inlaid playing card suits (hearts and diamonds). 2ins x 4¼ins. (2). The smaller single box, with a slide top, carved decoration. 1½ins. x 2½ins. (Total 3) £50-80
334.    19th cent. Miniature painting of a Georgian lady in a modern frame, and two others and empty frames. (3) £50-80
335.    Coins: Gold Royal Mint 1908 Sovereign plus ½ Sovereign circulated treen boxed. £280-350
336.    Coins: Sovereign, George V, 1915. £180-200
337.    Coins: Sovereign, George V, 1927. Mint mark SA. £180-200
338.    Coins: Sovereign, George V, 1908. Perth. £180-200
339.    Coins: Sovereign, George V, 1907. £180-200
340.    Coins: Half sovereign, Victoria, 1901. 4gms. £90-120
341.    Coins: Half sovereign, George V, 1909. 4gms. £90-120
342.    Coins: Half sovereign, George V, 1914. £90-120
343.    Coins: Sovereign, Victoria, 1898. Mint mark Melbourne. 8gms. £180-200
344.    Coins: Sovereign, Queen Elizabeth II, 1958. 8gms. £180-200
345.    Coins: Sovereign, Queen Elizabeth II, 1963. 8gms. £180-200
346.    Coins: Silver proof D-Day coins Turks and Caicos x 2, 1994 20 Crowns, Isle of Man Crown 1994 x 3, UK 50p, Guernsey £2, USA 1 Dollar, French 1 Frank, Polish 10,000Z. £80-120
347.    Coins: Silver proof 1994 China, 1 Dollar 1oz fine silver 1993 x 2, £2 D- Day 1994 Alderney, £2 Liberation Jersey 1995, 10 Dollar Jamaica 1993, 5 Dollar 1994 Canada, 1 Dollar America 1994, 5 Crowns Turk's and Caicos, 17th Winter Olympics 1994 all silver Churchill Crown plus Age 2 5 Shillings both Cupro Nickel. £100-150
348.    Coins: UK proof collection x 4 3 maroon 1 dark green 1997 1p to £5, 2002 1p to £5. £50-80
349.    Coins: 2010 £5 silver proof restoration of the Monarchy 2013, The Royal Birth £5. £40-80
350.    Coins: £5 silver proof Queen Mother centenary year 1997, £5 silver proof, 50 dollars 1945 - 1995 Peace, QE 2 40th year of reign 50p plus a St Helena Ascension Island 50p (weighs 58gms.). £80-100
351.    Coins: 2005 silver proof Piedfort 4 coin collection. £100-150
352.    Coins: 2008 Britannia four coin silver proof set. £80-120
353.    Coins: 1995 50th anniversary of the U.N silver proof £2, 1995 proof £1 Welsh, 2010 London £1 silver proof, 2000 Royal Mint proof collection plus a 1970 England proof set. £40-80
354.    Coins: 1994 silver proof £2 (bank tercentenary), 1997 silver Piedfort £2, 1999 Rugby World cup £2, 1992 - 1993 silver proof 50p. £40-60
355.    Coins: 1970 coins of Britain and Northern Ireland UNC x 3, a 10 rupee and 5 rupee Seychelles coins, Pobjoy Mint crown x 3. All boxed. Also 1981 crown UNC x 2, Britain's first decimal coins x 2, and a £2 coin. £40-60
356.    Coins: Copper pennies, half pennies, brass three penny bits, cupro nickel crowns and half crowns, etc. Copies of Roman coins and tokens and fine condition Georgian and Victorian copper. £40-60
357.    Coins: Full silver crowns, half crowns, florins, shillings, 3d some use, 6½oz and 2½oz of half silver coins. £50-80
358.    Coins: Half silver 1921 - 1946, some fine and very fine condition, includes half crowns, florins, shillings, sixpences, and 3d pieces. 18½oz. Plus full silver British and foreign. 2½oz. £60-100
359.    Silver Coins: Bahrain 500 (3) 250 Fils Sheikh AL Khalifa bust 1398-1968 Isa Town Commemorative 18·3gms. ·800 silver plus G.B. cupro crowns 1951 Festival of Britain and Elizabeth II crowns x 5. £20-30
360.    Coins: Copper, brass, cupro nickel etc. Most UK, includes Coronation medal, bank note £1 Forde, Page USA dollar. World War II notes, etc. £30-50
361.    Coins: Pre decimal GB, Euros, Kroner, Deutsche Mark, USE, Malay and many other world coins (1 tub). £30-40
362.    20th cent. Botanical prints and paintings plus decorative prints including Salisbury Cathedral, rural snow/ winter scenes etc, all framed and glazed (13). £40-50
363.    Prints, Engravings and Bookplate's: Selection to include 18th cent. famous gentlemen including politicians, Navel leaders and Noblemen plus Madame du Barry and ennobled ladies, all framed and glazed (13) 1 box. £30-40
364.    19th cent. Prints, Coloured Enhanced Lithographs: "A Perspective View of Lacock Nunnery ...sic.. Wilts", Balmoral, Chatham Dockyard, Calshot Castle, Environs of Bath and Bristol (map) plus map of the County of Devon (6). £40-60
367.    Coloured Litho: Cries of London. Framed and glazed. 12ins. x 8ins. (9). £30-50
368.    20th cent. Monochrome Hunting/Horses prints: Finch, Mason, Cuthbert, Bradley, Robert Alexander book plates. Punch? magazine. (9) set in three's, mounted. Framed and glazed. Each image 8ins. x 5ins. (9 plates in three frames). £50-70
369.    Engravings: Cries of London. Painted by F. Wheatley RA. Plates 3, 4, 9, and 12. Framed and glazed. 10¾ins. x 15ins. (4) £40-60
370.    Prints & Etchings: 'Tudor gentleman in black robes', print after 'Van de Weyden' portrait of a lady, an engraving Ivy Bridge, Devon and a marine engraving 'Outward board' plus a 19th cent. Map of Lancashire. (5) £30-50
371.    Devizes Prints: Tinted prints "The Market Place", "The Crammer" plus "St James" G.A. Renvoize, framed and glazed, 25ins. x 9½ins. £30-40
372.    Prints Locomotives: "Skye Boat Train" L.M.S. Black Five crossing Loch Carron by J.M. Breckon 29½ins. x 19½ins. plus "Train Sheds" N.M.R. Loco's 22½ins. x 7¼ins. plus "Morning Delivery" a No1521 on the crossing 15¾ins. x 12ins. All framed and glazed (3). £40-50
373.    Victorian Oils on Board: Waterfalls and lake 23ins. x 15ins. 1 signed "Dale" a pair, a still life "Roses" signed Mayer with a pencil sketch of Clemence. H. Boullard 1848 plus a mirror, all framed (5 parts). £50-60
374.    Pam Mullings: "Spring in the Woods" 1996 signed lower left, watercolour on paper, framed and glazed, 15ins. x 10½ins. £30-50
375.    20th cent. Fine Art Colour Prints: William L. Wyllie (1851 - 1931) 'Landing the fish, Ambleteuse, Pas de Calaise 1875'. Limited edition 219/850, plus another identical image (mount foxed), framed and glazed. 20¾ins. x 13¼ins. Plus 'a hawk' and an 1845 Wiltshire map. (4) £20-40
376.    Early 20th cent. British School: Oil on canvas 'Forest glade and still water' pastoral scene, ornate gilt frame. 29½ins. x 19½ins. £80-100
377.    Laura. A. Hunter: Oil study 'Lilies on Gold'. Label on back 'The Braemar Gallery' Initials lower right, L. A. H. Framed and glazed. 6¾ins. x 6¾ins. £40-60
378.    Charles Maurice 1877 watercolour 'Early Sunrise On The Stour, Christchurch, Hampshire'. Signed lower left, framed and glazed. 18ins. x 10ins. Plus a watercolour by T. C. Knowles, Zanzibar. £50-100
379.    Mary Gold: Watercolour on black card 'Columbine and Harlequin' dancing in the moonlight - a pair. Unframed, 20ins x 12ins. Some damage. £100-150
380.    Edward Sylvester Hynes, Irish 1897 - 1982: Military WW2 original artwork for the cover of "Men Only" magazine. Design: "Woman's Royal Air force". Gouache and watercolour, creased (mid image) printers and engravers instructions in pencil, montage image, signed lower left 15ins. x 10½ins. £150-180
381.    Edward Sylvester Hynes Irish 1897 - 1982: American Singer original artwork for the cover of "Men Only" magazine. Design: "Sophie Tucker" (noted label to reverse). Gouache and watercolour on paper mounted on card, signed lower left 12¼ins. x 11ins.
382.    Edward Sylvester Hynes Irish 1897 - 1982: Eire President/Politician original artwork for the cover of "Men Only" magazine. Design: "Michael D. Higgins". Gouache and watercolour on card, pencil annotations, signed lower right 13ins. x 9ins.
383.    Edward Sylvester Hynes Irish 1897 - 1982: Indiscretion on Board, original artwork for the cover of "Men Only" magazine. Design: "Officers in Hawaii". Gouache and watercolour, on cartridge paper, signed lower right 13½ins. x 9ins.
384.    Edward Sylvester Hynes, Irish 1897 - 1982: Original artwork for the cover of "Men Only" magazine. Design: "Defiant Royal Navy Sailor". Gouache and watercolour on card, printers instructions in pencil, signed lower left 10½ins. x 7ins.
385.    Edward Sylvester Hynes, Irish 1897 - 1982: British Conservative Politician: Original artwork for the cover of "Men Only" magazine. Design: "Anthony Eden". Gouache and watercolour, printers instructions in pencil Montage image, signed lower left 12¼ins. x 8½ins. £150-180
386.    Edward Sylvester Hynes Irish 1897 - 1982: Magic Carpet Humour, original artwork for the cover of "Men Only" magazine. Design: "Eastern Delight". Gouache and watercolour on cartridge paper. Early pencil drawing of "Richard the Lionheart" on reverse. Signed lower centre 13¾ins. x 9¼ins. Not mounted.
387.    Latvian Art: Inese Silina (1952- ) Oil on acrylic, on canvas of a veiled lady. 28ins. x 21ins. With gallery certificate. £50-80
388.    Adrian George 1944-: "Dancer 1979". Lithographic artists proof. Signed lower right in pencil. Unframed 41¾ins. x 29½ins. £60-80
389.    Josef Michajlovic Gurvich 1907-1994, oil on canvas 'Portrait of a Lady' 1948. signed bottom right. 25ins. x 21ins. Sold with Paul Hawkins Gallery catalogue. £500-800
390.    Jules Noel (1810-1881) oil on canvas of a Parisian street scene. Signed bottom left. £1000-1500
391.    David McNae Boyne 1977- : Scottish untitled, acrylic on paper. Signed and dated "About 8 Aug. 1987" on reverse. Framed and glazed 59¼ins. x 47¾ins.
392.    English School: 'Portrait of an Edwardian Lady' oil on canvas. Framed 23½ins. x 19½ins. Some damage. £80-100
393.    English School 20th cent. Pastel portrait of a professional gentleman. Indistinct signature lower left. Framed and glazed. 18½ins. x 23¾ins. £60-100
394.    English School 19th cent. Charcoal portrait of an elderly lady facing left. Monogrammed MB lower right. Framed and glazed. 14ins. x 17ins. £60-100
395.    David McNae Boyne 1977- : Scottish untitled, acrylic on paper. Signed and dated 24 Aug. 1987 on reverse. Framed and glazed 59¼ins. x 47¾ins. £150-250
396.    David McNae Boyne 1977- : Scottish "Sunday going to the park with J". Acrylic on paper. Titled and signed on reverse. Dated 30·8·87. Framed and glazed 59¼ins. x 47¾ins. £150-250
397.    19th cent. British School: Oil on canvas Anglers in highland landscape, indistinct signature in red dated 81, a pair, unframed, 30ins. x 18ins. (2). £250-300
398.    J Spence 1962 oil on card maritime study of ships plus a coastal battlements, signed lower left, framed 7¼ins. x 5¼ins. £80-120
399.    C. Hooper 19th cent. Oil on opaque glass, coastal study with figures and buildings, grand tour product. Signed lower left, framed and glazed. 5½ins. x 8ins. £40-60
400.    19th cent. Copper framed bevel edged oval mirror. Frame 2¾ins. wide. Hammered decoration with organic cartouches at each quarter. 32ins. x 35ins. £80-100
401.    Lithograph: 'The Hero of Trafalgar' from the painting by W. H. Ovepend, exhibited 1898. Framed and glazed. 31ins. x 24ins. £60-80
402.    19th cent. Embroidery sampler, Eliza Butter 1828 12ins. x 12ins. £30-50
403.    19th cent. Romantic School: Oil on canvas "Grandmas Birthday". Follower of Wilkie Domestic Interior study family group with pets and children. Requiring restoration. Heavy gilt frame. 35ins. x 28ins. plus frame. £300-500
404.    20th cent. Pine 2/4 chest of drawers, on a plinth. £50-80
405.    20th cent. Beech glazed bookcase 2 shelves. The cupboards beneath has two doors and one shelf 79ins. x 17½ins. 54ins. £80-100
406.    20th cent. Oak dresser: The base has two drawers and a two door cupboard with square on turned supports and square stretchers. The two shelf rack has shaped ends and frieze 77ins. x 17½ins. x 48½ins. £80-120
408.    20th cent. Pine home entertainment corner unit, two glazed doors, opening to reveal shelf and DVD storage. 39ins. x 22ins. x 22ins. Plus a pine two piece 'Ducal' corner display cabinet. Glazed domed top with open recess below, above a single cupboard. Height 74ins. £30-50
409.    20th cent. Beech effect filing cabinet. Three drawers with key. 15½ins. x 28ins. x 31½ins. £20-40
410.    20th cent. Pine two tier, washstand with drawer beneath. Ceramic bowl, restored. 31½ins. x 21½ins. x 15½ins. £10-20
411.    Late 19th cent. Dome lidded canvas and rattan trunk. £40-60
412.    20th cent. Metal trunk. Reinforced binding with hasp and carrying handles. 22½ins. x 14½ins. x 14ins. Plus a leather stationery case with fitted lid, and one other small faux leather case. £30-50
413.    20th cent. Oak two tier occasional table with pierced frieze and shaped supports, retail label "Gilberts, Swindon" 24ins. x 24ins. x 30ins. £30-40
414.    20th cent. Oak Pembroke table with a single drawer. With both flaps down 35ins. x 29ins. x 20½ins. £20-40
415.    20th cent. Oak corner cupboard, central single door flanked with two open shelved recesses. 60ins. x 24ins. x 37ins. £40-60
416.    20th cent. Pine two tier coffee table. 36ins. x 19ins. x 23½ins. £30-50
417.    20th cent. Pine coffee table on turned supports. Open shelf below. 36ins. x 18ins. x 22ins. £20-40
418.    Early 20th cent. Brass single bed and frame. Width 36ins. £30-50
419.    19th cent. French pine, single sleigh bed. 6ft. x 3ft. 2ins. £60-80
420.    20th cent. Pine Ducal two section, six shelf bookcase with reeded supports. 57½ins. x 47½ins. x 12¼ins. £60-80
421.    20th cent. Pine twin pedestal desk with keyboard slide, 2 drawers and 2 cupboards. 59ins. x 29ins. x 23ins. Plus a 20th cent. Bentwood swivel office chair. £50-80
422.    20th cent. Pine twin pedestal dressing table, six drawers and a dressing mirror. Two bedside cupboards 19½ins. x 26ins. x 17½ins. and a stool. £50-80
423.    19th cent. Pine blanket box. 40ins. x 23ins. x 20½ins. £40-60
424.    19th cent. Pine blanket box. 37ins. x 17½ins. x 19ins. £30-50
425.    Late 19th/early 20th cent. Oak purdonium with copper side fittings. £20-40
426.    20th cent. Mango wood nest of three tables with curved legs. £30-50
427.    Late 19th cent. Rosewood breakfront cabinet with 2 mirrored doors opening to reveal shelves, flanking an open shelved recess. Topped by marble; the whole on a plinth. 64ins. x 48½ins. x 17½ins. £80-100
428.    19th cent. Mahogany Harlequin set (4-2) balloon back chairs. Upholstered seating turned front supports. (6) £40-60
429.    Edwardian mahogany harlequin salon suite with upholstered seating. Inlaid banding. £80-120
430.    19th cent. Walnut frame, library button back chair, serpentine front & supports rising off ceramic castors. £60-80
431.    19th cent. Mahogany button back nursing chair, serpentine front on turned supports 36ins. x 30ins. x 18ins. £60-80
432.    20th cent. Cream leather 'Stressless style' reclining chair with matching footstool. (2) £50-80
433.    19th cent. Stripped pine 2/3 chest of drawers. 38ins. x 38½ins. x 19ins. £60-100
434.    19th cent. Painted pine 2/3 chest of drawers. 42ins. x 37½ins. x 18ins. £60-100
435.    19th cent. Over stuffed armchair on turned supports. £40-60
436.    19th cent. French mahogany ornately carved single beds. A pair. 6ft. 8ins. x 3ft. 3ins. (2). £100-150
437.    Early 19th cent. Pitch pine 5 plank farmhouse table with 2 inch thick top, square canted supports on large spade feet. 'See-saw' drawer, iron clamps, peg jointed. 69ins. x 31ins. x 45½ins. £300-400
438.    20th cent. Oak draw leaf table, turned cup and cover supports, and 4 matching chairs. 35½ins. Square. £40-60
439.    George III oval mahogany drop leaf dining table with boxwood inlay on tapering supports. 48ins. x 69ins. £50-80
440.    19th cent. Mahogany ladies desk, four drawers on turned and gadrooned supports, ceramic castors. 48ins. x 29½ins. x 20ins. £60-80
441.    Georgian mahogany bureau, drop flap with fully fitted interior. Graduated four drawers with brass furniture. 39ins. x 41ins. x 20ins. £60-80
442.    Early 19th cent. Mahogany bureau, drop flap, fitted interior, cock beaded drawers and low swept bracket supports. 42ins. x 39ins. x 21ins. £120-150
443.    19th cent. Ebonised games table, envelope folding carved top, carved frieze and turned supports. 22ins. square x 29½ins. tall. £60-100
444.    19th cent. Mahogany gentleman's washstand with copper bowl insert, on three turned supports. £40-60
445.    19th cent. Mahogany fold over games table on square supports. 35½ins. x 28½ins. x 17½ins. £60-80
446.    19th cent. Mahogany drop leaf table on turned supports rising off ball and claw feet. £50-80
447.    Edwardian ash wood twin pedestal desk with leather top skiver. £50-80
448.    Late 19th cent. Mahogany twin pedestal desk. Seven drawers, inlaid banding, slender supports & on brass castors. 48ins. x 31ins. x 24ins. £70-90
449.    19th cent. Mahogany bow fronted 2 over 3 graduated drawers cock beaded fronts on bracket supports 40ins. x 40½ins. 19ins. £150-200
450.    Clocks: 20th cent. Mahogany longcase clock (1980). Richard Broad, Bodmin, Cornwall. Model VI. 73ins. x 17½ins. x 10ins. £80-120
451.    19th cent. Mahogany long case clock 8 day bell strike, painted 2nd hand and date John Callcott of cotton Shropshire. £200-400
452.    19th cent. Oak Clocks: John Parry Ruthlin (Wales) 1828-1844 8 day grandfather clock with painted dial, date at 6 o'clock. Needs restoration. £100-120
453.    19th cent. Mahogany cased long case clock, moon faced dial, painted second hand and date, Roman numerals, bell strikes by Stephen Wiles, Chippenham. £500-800
454.    19th cent. Mahogany glazed corner cupboard, three serpentine shelves. £20-30
455.    20th cent. Mahogany lead two door glazed bookcase with stained glass flowers, painted decoration to frieze and central panel. The whole on slender shaped supports 65ins. x 12½ins. x 42ins. £60-80
456.    20th cent. Satinwood wardrobe with art nouveau carved motifs, 2 hanging sections with hooks over base with a single long drawer beneath. £50-80
457.    19th cent. Rosewood, oval loo tilt top table, single turned column on four splayed supports. 47ins. x 32½ins. x 29ins. £80-120
458.    19th cent. Dresser, base with twin drawers & pot board beneath, turned supports. The rack has 3 shelves. Brass furniture. 51½ins. x 75ins. x 18¾ins. £100-200
459.    20th cent. Oak dome topped, lead glazed bookcase with twin solid doors below. 34ins. x 80ins. x 11ins. £80-120
460.    19th cent. Mahogany glazed bookcase/cupboard. £120-150
461.    19th cent. Gardenalia: Lime stone staddle stone, 28ins. high, the top 21ins. diameter. £80-120
462.    19th cent. Gardenalia: Lime stone staddle stone, 28ins. high, the top 21ins. diameter. £80-120
463.    19th cent. Gardenalia: Lime stone staddle stone, 28ins. high, the top 21ins. diameter. £80-120
464.    19th cent. Mahogany linen press, cupboard & drawers beneath. (minus shelves). £150-200
465.    19th cent. Mahogany desk drop down slope opening to reveal a stationary cupboard flanked by banks of 4 grad drawers, the whole on turned supports 38½ins. x 53ins. x 18½ins. £100-180
466.    19th cent. Wingback chair upholstered in a contemporary style with poppy floral motifs. The chair has a later fitted cresting rail. 56ins. x 26½ins. x 30ins. £150-250
467.    18th cent. Mahogany and oak chest on stand, 3 over 3 graduated drawers, branded inlay and brass furniture. The whole on cabriole supports. £500-700
468.    19th cent. Book back block inlay with brass gallery incorporating 2 handles. £30-50
469.    20th cent. Rosewood, circular tilt top dining table on a single pedestal, with carved tripod supports. 43¼ins diam. £300-500
470.    19th cent. Satin walnut 2/3 chest of drawers cock beaded drawer fronts. The whole rising off a plinth. £150-200
471.    19th cent. Oak writing table, bobbin turned stretchers & supports with single drawer. 40ins. x 30½ins. x 22½ins. £50-80
472.    19th cent. Rosewood Boudoir Grand piano by John Broadwood & Sons, London. 'TS122' (lid) and '122' painted beneath. £800-1200
473.    Early Edwardian ebonised piano stool. Carved serpentine supports, upholstered seat opening to reveal a sheet music compartment. £30-50
474.    Early 20th cent. Oak Carolean style hall chair. Blue velvet/draylon upholstered back, seat and arm rests. Ball end arms, barley twist columns and stretchers, ceramic castors. Heavily carved cresting rail. £150-200
475.    Victorian oak octagonal single pedestal heavily carved dining table retailed Pearce of Bristol with four chairs, 48ins. x 48ins. x 29ins. £200-300
476.    20th cent. French Bronze: Bust of Victorian/Edwardian gentleman G H Wagener, indistinct foundry mark. Dedication from the French 'Presented and given by the established staff G.L. to reverse. 21ins. high, 14ins. wide. £1000-1200
477.    19th cent. Oak Glastonbury chair, plain form. £60-80
478.    19th cent. Mahogany sofa table. Single drawer single octagonal column on quadruped supports, brass castors. 38ins. x 28ins. x 22½ins. (with both flaps down) £60-80
479.    19th cent. Mahogany and inlaid oval double drop leaf table with single drawer. 42ins. x 28ins. x 25ins. closed. £150-180
480.    19th cent. Mahogany Pembroke table with single drawer. 29ins. x 28ins. x 20ins. closed. £50-70
481.    Early 19th cent. William IV swivel top tea table with tapered column. 32ins. x 28ins. x 18ins. closed. £50-80
482.    19th cent. Flame mahogany fold-over swivel card table on four supports. £80-120
483.    18th/19th cent. Cuban mahogany hall chains lyre back carved cresting rail and recessed seat, square front supports and sabre back (a pair). £200-250
484.    19th cent. Burr walnut octagonal work box with single column and splayed tripod supports. £60-100