Selected Collectors Items and Antiques Auction
on Saturday 16th June 2018
On view:
Thursday 14th June - 10am to 4pm
Friday 15th June - 12noon to 7pm
Saleday 16th June - 8.30am to 10am
Sale commences at 10am
Lots: 99-146 of 580
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Lot 99
Royal Commemorative China: Cherished Teddies, Sven and Liv, Kris, upon the rooftop, Grace, Glory to the New Born King, all boxed. Lenox Classics Mickey Mouse and Minnie, boxed, Winfield, boxed. The Royal Collection 3 mugs, Golden Jubilee, 2002, enamel pill box, boxed, Baluster vase boxed, Sutherland Golden Wedding Anniversary beaker, Jubilee bon-bon dish boxed, Spode thimble boxed, Lion's Head beaker, Golden Jubilee 1952-2002, boxed. Royal Doulton Bramley Hedge tea china, teapot, cups,saucers, jugs,etc. Bramley Hedge Summer Story Book, Dusty Dogwood, boxed.


Estimate:  £30 - 50 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 100
Ceramics: 20th cent. Half dolls including girl in bonnet, baby, flapper girl etc, 5 heads.
Estimate:  £30 - 40 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 101
Late 19th cent. Heavy Horse Show brasses plus 3 swingers with pierced decoration.
Estimate:  £40 - 60 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 102
Stamps: 1949 - 1981 GB & Isle of Man F.D.C's, 200 plus in total, in four folders including a 1949 GVI 2½d blue universal Postal Union, four early Elizabeth II and a good collection of Isle of Man covers. Stanley Gibbons catalogue value £500 plus.
Estimate:  £40 - 60 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 103
Stamps: 1982 - 1996 three folders of GB F.D.C's, 200 plus in total, some high values, regionals and a book of stamps in purpose made Royal Mail F.D.C. albums. Stanley Gibbons catalogue value £600 plus.
Estimate:  £60 - 80 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 104
Stamps: First day covers in three albums, some RAF related, a bag of loose covers, an album of topographical and seashore postcards from Bournemouth etc.
Estimate:  £30 - 50 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 105
Postcards: Green album of Wiltshire postcards 252 cards various Wiltshire locations.
Estimate:  £100 - 140 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 106
Postcards: 20th cent. Album plus loose cards including Tucks Oilette Railway loco's, London and N.W Railway Company issues, postcards U.S and European loco's, Tucks Oilette Battleships "Our Navy" and "The Air" plus other WW1 flying machines also general topographical, greetings, Easter, Children's and other.
Estimate:  £50 - 80 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 107
Stamps: Six albums of world stamps, small amount of 19th cent. most far later plus an album of first day covers.
Estimate:  £30 - 60 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 108
Stamps: Collection of World and Commonwealth stamps, 4 volumes.
Estimate:  £30 - 50 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 109
Pre-war Cigarette Cards: Wills's and Players, footballers, film stars, national flags and arms, railway equipment, aeroplanes, cars, ships etc.
Estimate:  £20 - 30 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 110
Postcards: Brown album of Wiltshire postcards 192 cards, Devizes/ Chippenham interest.
Estimate:  £80 - 120 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 111
Military - Wellington's Peninsular campaign, Captain The Hon. William George Crofton 1st Coldstream Guards K.I.A. Bayonne Citadel 14th April 1814. Souvenirs recovered after the battle of Vittoria from the carriage of Joseph Bonaparte.
A collection of twelve Spanish 18th/19th cent. silk work colifichet collages enhanced with watercolour laid to vellum. They depict landscape, Castles and figures, approx. 15ins. x 10ins. all framed and inscribed on the reverse "Taken in the Battle of Vittoria from the Imperial of Joseph Bonaparte's carriage by the Hon. William George Crofton of the Coldstream Guards June 1813", number twelve also states "sent by him to his sister the Hon. Frances Caufield".
Estimate:  £3000 - 5000 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 112
19th cent. Ephemera: Duke of Wellington "Authorised and Official Guide to the Grand Funeral Procession", St Paul's Cathedral, Thursday 18th November 1852. With pencil annotations listing the positions of relevant dignitaries and newspaper cuttings printed by W Allcroft, 15 New Bond Street London, price sixpence.
Estimate:  £40 - 60 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 113
Flintlock Weapons: Light Dragoon pistol to the Bucks. 9ins barrel, border engraved lock plate, stamped GR and crown, the cock working, full stocked with regulation brass mounts and later brass ramrod. The underside of the trigger guard engraved with cartouche 'Bucks'.
The Bucks served as part of the 85th who took part in the capture of Washington DC in the American War of Independence.
  
Lot 114
Desk Furniture: Maltese model fortress cannon, Maltese silver with cast bands around the barrel, on wheeled carriage and stained wood plinth base. Maltese silver marks around the muzzle. Barrel length 7ins, plinth length 8ins.
Estimate:  £150 - 200 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 115
19th cent. Edged Weapons: Sword, etched blade, copper hand guard, wire handgrip.
Estimate:  £80 - 100 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 115A
19th cent. Zulu Weapons: Knobkierrie 25ins. long, a pair. Given to the owner by a relative who served in the Zulu Wars.
Estimate:  £80 - 100 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 115B
19th cent. Zulu Weapon: Assegai throwing spear, 50ins. Given to the owner by a relative who served in the Zulu Wars.
Estimate:  £80 - 100 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 116
Militaria: World War One German Imperial Artillery Officer's Sword, blade 35ins including hilt 40ins. Stamped Alcosa Solingen with scabbard.
Estimate:  £80 - 120 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 117
Edged Weapons: 19th cent. rapier style sword, etched blade, by Solingen of Germany. Officer's name D Neef. Wire hand grip, 32ins. blade, 38ins. overall.
Estimate:  £80 - 120 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 118
17th cent. Japanese Edged Weapons: Wakizashi signed "Heianjo Kunitake" Southern Kyoto Kan'ei Era 1624 -1644. Fine tempered blade baleen Tsuka, Fuchi, Kashira Menuki & Tsuba, all with gilt decorations, gilt metal Mekugi, Nagasa length 22ins, Tsuka 7¼ins. The Saya possibly of a later period, heavily carved gilt wood depicting mountains, trees and a flowing river, unsigned. Length 19¼ins. Plus a companion Kozuka signed "Tsurushigo Nyudo" Niwa Sanzaemon Nagoya pre 1688 Shakudo depicting birds, trees and waves, signed Joukasai. 8¾ins.
Estimate:  £1500 - 2000 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 119
Edged Weapons: LT. R G D Keddie, Midshipman's dirk, with scabbard. Blade etched ' Gieve of London', initials on back of blade. ray skin grip, 18ins. blade, 23ins. overall.
Estimate:  £150 - 250 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 120
Edged Weapons: Ex.. Property of Lt. R G D Keddie DSE. Sword, etched blade with named hand guard and ray skin grip. 32ins. blade, 36ins. overall.

Lt Keddie was killed in action 19th May 1944 aboard Cattistock engaged with HMS Retalick preventing the German break out at Le Havre.
Estimate:  £250 - 350 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 121
WW1/Militaria: An exceptional father and son pair of diaries written at the front, one by 2nd Lt. Lionel Sotheby, whose active service was with First Battalion of the Black Watch on the Western Front the second by his father William Sotheby and dates from 1914 through to the armistice being signed in 1918. Lionel's father signed up to be an Ambulance Chauffeur for the Red Cross and seeing the horrors of the both Western Front and later in the Balkans. Lionel was killed leading an attack on a German Trench on September 25th 1915, the first day of the Battle of Loos, the biggest British Attack of 1915. Lionel was one of 48000 British casualties from that battle, his death is documented by his father in his diary, see below.
Lionel's diary contains gives an account of life in the trenches and is described in graphic detail. It shows drawings of enemy lines, transcripts of official communications and he notes several examples of war crimes committed by the German Forces: 'The Germans threw petrol bombs at the wounded and then shot them down when trying to rise... 8 officers 150 men killed and wounded. One batch of prisoners were all slaughtered'. It shows the reader in unedited detail the life of a soldier in the trenches, the following describes a barrage by Blow Back Shells:
"There are many close shaves, bullets cutting holes in Glengarries etc, German shells are beginning to deteriorate, some contain bits of glass, bricks, coke and tiles. The rain and cold are most aggravating, every night we work hard at throwing earth onto the ramparts to repair and more bullet proof" He then talks about flares "The flare shows in ghastly detail ruined houses and trees cut clean in half by shells. The front is barely 100 yards away, it stands out in wild relief, and the German trenches are holed and broken with barbed wire in front. Between the ramparts lay the unburied dead months old, alas not German but Highland Light Infantry who charged and were blown to pieces. The dead are a piteous sight, flat on their faces arms stretched out all facing the Germans where they fell. Here and there one is completely blown to bits by a shell of our own which has fallen short, all are riddled with bullets. The truth is a great deal worse than the horror"
The second part of the archive belongs to his father William, who being too old for the front line, joined the Ambulance Corps in September 1914 when his diary starts, complete with the original newspaper cutting he used to apply. William's war begins on the Western front tending to the injured and dead: 'One of my wounded had his leg amputated, the thigh taken out of the socket', the diary shows a resilience of spirit in coping with such horrors. One of the most moving parts is written on 1st October 1915 after he hears news of Lionel 'Received letter from Ronald Irwin Chaplain of the 2nd Black Watch saying the darling boy, they thought, was dead, killed in action.... He was once wounded and went on gallantly leading his men. Eventually a grenade burst at his feet & he fell on the German parapet.' A few days later he notes 'Am gaining knowledge that the darling boy is by my side in all my thoughts and actions - he is my guardian angel' referring to his son, Lionel. The diary goes on to describe, in graphic detail, the horrors of Battle of Salonika and several months spent in Greece and Turkey and the humanitarian efforts that the Red Cross made.

Estimate:  £10000 - 15000 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 122
Royal Navy: Two albums of photographs of H.M.S. Glorious in 1936 including numerous carrier landings and crashes with handwritten notations. (2).
Estimate:  £400 - 600 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 123
WWI: A fantastic photographic archive taken of the 65th Siege Battery Royal Artillery from the western front, circa 1915-18 by Colonel Claude Allderidge DSO. They show the vast size and number of the artillery pieces and the men who used them.
Estimate:  £400 - 700 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 124
WWI - Lt. Colonel Richard Crosse DSO & Bar: A fascinating research archive of ephemera forming over 100 documents. He commanded the Second Battalion Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry on the western front, he was mentioned in dispatches four times. He led his Battalion at the Somme and after his retirement joined the Ulster Special Constabulary. The archive relates to the roll of officers and other ranks of their medal entitlements, the roll of officers who embarked for France between 5-3-1914 and 23-11-1917 offering rank, name and comments, plus a list of those wounded in action up to 1917. The lot is being sold together with a number of handwritten letters and other paperwork.
Estimate:  £1000 - 1500 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 125
WWI Lt. Col. Richard Crosse DSO & Bar: An extremely rare World War I collection of paperwork. Lt. Col. Crosse commanded the second battalion, The Oxford and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry, on the Western Front being mentioned in dispatches an additional four times. He led the battalion in a number of battles on The Somme Battlefield and after his retirement from the army he joined the Ulster Special Constabulary.
This museum quality archive was owned by Lt. Col. Crosse and forms both handwritten and typed regimental orders from the second battalion Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light infantry just prior to World War I through the earliest battlers. They date from July 1st to just hours prior to the first major action of World War I, the Battle of Mons. This fascinating collection includes logistics, troop movements, regimental lists, transportation and arrival in France and movement to Mons. Also included in the lot are several maps showing the battalion on the Western Front. Approx. 80 Artifacts.

Estimate:  £4000 - 7000 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 126
Royal Flying Corps/WW1: An extremely rare Royal Flying Corps F.E.8 fighter plane four blade aircraft propeller, laminated blades with central boss stamped F.E.8. T.7928 Vickers S.W. 100 H.P Mono Gnome, the blades carry the original Vickers Limited decals, retaining some sheathing. The FE8 was a Royal Flying Corps single seater fighter introduced to front line combat in 1916, it was one of the first so-called "scout" aircraft designed from the outset as a single-seat fighter, a total of 295 aircraft were built making this particular propeller a very rare piece.

The FE8 was ahead of its time in many ways, most unusually due to its Nacelle was an all-metal structure - being framed in steel tube and covered with duralumin. The prototypes were fitted with large streamlined spinners on the propellers. They were powered by a single 100 hp Gnome 9 "Type B2" Monosoupape rotary engine driving the four-bladed propeller.

Captain Edwin Louis Benbow MC (10 December 1895 - 30 May 1918) was the only pilot to gain 'ace' status flying the F.E.8 exclusively, On the early afternoon of 23 January 1917, Benbow was in the midst of a dogfight when his gun jammed. While clearing his weapon, he evaded a head-on assault by the Red Baron, who went on to down Benbow's squadron comrade Lt. J. Hay for Jasta 11's first victory, Benbow did not succeed in returning to the attack on that occasion, but on 14 February he destroyed another Albatross D.II. His seventh victory came the following day, with Benbow's only "out of control" claim.

On 6 March, Benbow and the Red Baron clashed again when nine F.E.8s of 40 Squadron fought five Jasta 11 aircraft led by Richthofen. While the Baron was attacking a Sopwith 1½ Strutter, Benbow shot him down, forcing him to land near Hénin-Liétard with a damaged engine, spraying fuel from holed tanks, and seemingly on fire, for Benbow's eighth victory (although Richthofen survived) 8ft. diameter when assembled, three of the four blades have been left detached for ease of transport.

Estimate:  £3000 - 5000 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 127
WW2/Medals: A fine Second World War night fighter operations D.F.C. awarded to Flight Lieutenant N. B. Fleet, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, a veteran of extended tours of duty as a Navigator in Beaufighters of No. 604 Squadron and Mosquitos of No. 24 Squadron - in which he claimed three confirmed victories
Distinguished Flying Cross, G.VI.R., the reverse officially dated '1945', in its Royal Mint case of issue, extremely fine.

D.F.C. London Gazette 17 April 1945. The original recommendation states:
'Flight Lieutenant Fleet, as navigator, has taken part in a large number of operational sorties. On one occasion, in August 1944, while flying a patrol he engaged two enemy aircraft in air combat and destroyed one, and probably destroyed the other. Now on his second tour of duty, this officer has completed many anti-flying bomb patrols over the North Sea, during which he has destroyed a Heinkel 111 and one flying bomb. More recently he has taken part in high level patrols in support of bomber aircraft. In February 1945, he attacked and destroyed a Heinkel 219, bringing his total victories to at least three enemy aircraft destroyed. During this engagement his aircraft was damaged from debris from the Heinkel. The port engine was rendered useless, but despite this an emergency landing in Brussels was accomplished. At all times this officer has shown courage, ability and a fine fighting spirit.'
Norman Boulton Fleet was born in Rugby in 1916 and was educated at Neville Holt Preparatory School, near Uppingham, and at Cheltenham College. A member of the Rugby Air Defence Cadet Corps from December 1938, in which he served as a Flight Lieutenant and Adjutant, he enlisted in the Royal Air Force in July 1941, and commenced training as a Navigator at an Air Observation School towards the end of the same year. Duly qualified, and having been commissioned as a Pilot Officer in the R.A.F.V.R., Fleet was posted to No. 604 Squadron, his very first flight in one of the unit's Beaufighters being undertaken with the C.O., Wing Commander John "Cat's Eyes" Cunningham at the helm, for a 'Demonstration'.
Teaming up with Pilot Officer Jim Lomas as his full time pilot, Fleet carried out his first patrol in May 1942, and remained similarly employed until October 1943, a protracted period of operational service that witnessed several close contacts, the most notable of them on the night of 17-18 August 1943, when, as cited above, pilot and Navigator gained a confirmed Dornier 217 and probably another of the same type.
Rested as a Radar Instructor at a Conversion Unit from November 1943, Fleet and Lomas returned to an operational footing with No. 25 Squadron, a Mosquito unit, in the summer of 1944, and were quickly employed on numerous "Chuff Bomb Patrols" over the North Sea, a V.1 falling to their guns on 28 July. Better still, off Clacton on the night of 9-10 November, they claimed their second confirmed victory, the relevant combat report stating:
'Our height was then 400 feet ... We climbed to approximately the same height as the target which was at 800 feet, closed and obtained visual of exhausts at 1,800 feet range. We closed in at 190 A.S.I. and when at 800 feet range identified the target as a He. 111. Target was then 80 degrees above and dead ahead. The enemy aircraft did not take any evasive action and we closed to 175-150 yards and opened fire with two short bursts from dead astern. After the first burst the port wing root of the enemy aircraft burst into flames and the second burst set fire to the port fuselage. The enemy aircraft then went down in a controlled glide and after ditching broke in several places which burned on the sea.'

By the year's end, however, 25 Squadron was flying regular intruder sorties over Germany, another flurry of operational activity that led to Fleet and Lomas claiming another confirmed victory, this time east of Bonn on the night of 1-2 February 1945:
'At 400 feet we obtained a visual but owing to the target being against the dark sky we closed to 100 feet dead below before identifying it as a He. 219. We dropped back to 100 yards range and opened fire - it was not possible to fire from a greater range owing to cloud markers below us throwing a reflection onto the perspex of our aircraft and impeding our vision. We fired a one second burst from dead astern and many strikes were observed on the belly of the He. 219, causing a lot of burning debris to fly back into our track. The enemy aircraft turned to starboard and started to lose height slowly. As it turned we fired a further two one second bursts from 200 yards dead astern and scored more strikes on the fuselage. More burning pieces came away from the enemy aircraft and the exhaust glows went out. The enemy aircraft then dived down almost vertically and exploded on hitting the ground, where it burned for some minutes ... there was a strong smell of hot oil in our aircraft and the port engine was feathered, and it was decided to set course for Brussels where a successful emergency landing was made at 2038 hours. It was found on landing that the port radiator and the nose of our aircraft was damaged by flying debris from the He. 219.'
Fleet and Lomas were awarded D.F.Cs, and flew several more operational sorties before the end of hostilities.
Sold with a quantity of original documentation, including the recipient's original R.A.F. Navigator's, Air Bomber's and Air Gunner's Flying Log Books (2), covering the periods October 1941 to March 1945, and March to June 1945; signed, wartime copies of the above quoted combat reports; Navigator's Orbit and Code Sheet for the U.K.; a letter from the recipient to his mother, dated 9 February 1945, in which, among other topics, he refers to a meeting with John "Cat's Eyes" Cunningham at Group H.Q. and the destruction of the He. 219 east of Bonn ('On 1 February we lowered the Luftwaffe by one more aircraft ... '); a photograph of a 604 Squadron Beaufighter and a newspaper cutting reporting on the recipient's award of the D.F.C.

Estimate:  £2000 - 3000 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 128
Trench art large shell case vase in an oriental style. 15½ins. Two candlesticks 4½ins.
Estimate:  £30 - 50 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 129
WWI: German Fuhrungsbuch "Leadership Book" for a member of 2nd Torpedo Division dating from 1915.
Estimate:  £50 - 80 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 130
Military: Embroidered WW1 silk handkerchiefs (5).
Estimate:  £20 - 30 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 131
World War I: Armistice Commemoration glasses of conical form, wheel engraved with Latin inscription 'Dominus Loquitor, Arma Silent. 11.11.18 (The Lord has spoken, the arms are silent 11.11.18). Air bubble inclusion in stem. 9ins. high, 4½ins. dia. - a pair.
Estimate:  £30 - 50 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 132
WWII: Unusual French Resistance enamel badge "Vive la France et Angleterre et Merde Pour Hitler".
Estimate:  £80 - 120 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 133
Third Reich: Rare hard bound volumes from the Chief Military Command for Division of Foreign Fortifications Evaluation about the defences Yugoslavia, Poland and Czechoslovakia. Printed in the Reich Printing Office c1941-42 (3).
Estimate:  £250 - 350 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 134
20th cent. USSR workers banner extolling the virtues of the party. 60ins. x 40ins. The design is wheat sheaves around a shield with the hammer & sickle.
Estimate:  £100 - 150 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 135
Toys: 20th cent. Post 1946 clockwork balancing clown with 'original' box plus a bisque headed "Jack in the Box".
Estimate:  £20 - 30 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 136
Toys - Military: "Britains" Artillery gun 9ins. barrel and limber with ammunition plus a "Britains" L.W.B Land Rover including soldiers, machine guns etc.
Estimate:  £20 - 40 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 137
Toys Military Diecast: Antar, Artillery Truck 689, 10 ton truck 622, 6 x 6 truck, recovery truck 661, centurion tank, scarison armored car x 2, 1 ton truck field gut etc.
Estimate:  £15 - 25 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 138
Toys: Schuco wind up Diecast Jaguar E Type, cream micro racer 1047/1, boxed a/f. Plus micro racer blue and silver, playworn. Unboxed.
Estimate:  £40 - 50 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 139
Mamod Roadster Steam car, cream and red, unboxed.
Estimate:  £30 - 40 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 140
Toys: Tinplate and diecast Hornby Dublo boxed D1 island platform, signal cabin, rolling stock, goods van, horse box, petrol tanker x 2, goods brake van, open wagon, buffer stops, points x 3, curved rail, straight rail, uncoupling rail. All boxed, some distressed. Loose rail signals etc.
Estimate:  £50 - 80 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 141
Toys: Tinplate Hornby electric Dublo gauge , boxed sets locomotive and tender 6231, Duchess of Atholl with two coaches, track and transformer, other locomotives 6699, 3 rolling stock track and transformer. No box lids, bottom box distressed, playworn.
Estimate:  £40 - 60 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 142
Games & Pastimes: Staunton 'style' chess set in treen box with chess board and a 'glass' chess set (3).
Estimate:  £50 - 80 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 143
Models: Collection of Solido and other Diecast cars including BMW, Lancia and Alfa Romeo (13). Mostly approx. 4ins.
Estimate:  £30 - 50 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 144
Models: Collection of Diecast Ferrari's (15). Mostly approx. 4ins.
Estimate:  £30 - 50 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 145
Models: Collection of Diecast Ferrari's. (14). Mostly approx. 4ins.
Estimate:  £30 - 50 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 146
Models: Collection of Diecast mostly Burago and Maisto, cars to include Jaguars, Aston Martin and Lotus (12).
Estimate:  £50 - 80 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
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