Corkscrews, Collectors Items and Antiques Sale on
Saturday 9th November 2019

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1.      20th cent. Chinese hardwood furniture. Nest of four tables with heavily carved decoration made by C. K. Tang, Singapore. 16ins. x 13ins. Graduating to 10ins. x 7½ins. £50-80
2.      20th cent. Chinese hardwood furniture. Secretaire, full front, fitted interior, 2 over 3 drawers beneath carved handles. £100-120
3.      20th cent. Chinese hardwood furniture. Corner display cabinet, carved decoration, glazed upper with cupboard and drawer below. £80-120
4.      20th cent. Mahogany jewellery box in the form of a chest of drawers. Boulework decorated lid which opens to reveal a blue velvet and mirrored interior, two velvet lined drawers. Brass inlaid escutcheons, cornices, and handles. With key. £40-60
5.      1930s, 17th cent. style, oak dresser with geometric mouldings and brass pear drop handles on turned braced supports. 60ins. x 78ins. x 18ins. £100-120
6.      Early 19th cent. Classical style secretaire bookcase. Flame mahogany with inlaid decoration in contrasting wood, brass drop handles with embossed backplate on bracket supports. 42ins. x 94ins. x 22ins. £250-350
7.      Late 19th cent. Beech & rattan, hoop back child's high chair. 36ins. high £40-60
8.      19th cent. Mahogany stick back salon chairs (2). £40-60
9.      Ceramics & Glassware: Early 20th cent. including Royal Devon planter, cups, plates, bowls, etc (A/F). Glassware: Mixed collection of vases and bowls. Amber lemonade set, jug and six glasses, plus gilt edged wine glass x 6, hob moulded glass wine hock x 6, small cut glass wine glasses x 6, etc. (5 Boxes)
10.     Pat Purkis Ceramics: Hand decorated fruit bowl, wall decorations in the form of fruit, Schumann pierced dish, a cream jug etc. £20-30
11.     Ceramics: 20th cent. Midwinter, Red Domino pattern on Stylecraft shape. Serving plate, two sandwich plates, two side plates, one sauce boat, one milk jug, two teacups, two saucers and a tureen. Midwinter, Chintz Stylecraft fashion shape sugar sifter, four egg cups, two oval bonbon dishes, one square bonbon dish, condiment set with white metal lids and a condiment set on a handled dish. Midwinter collection of condiment sets, various patterns,comprising sugar sifters x 3, large salt/pepper pots, handled condiment set x 5, strainers pots/stands. Plus 20th cent. Midwinter animals, mark under glaze, Lion, 6ins. Tiger, 4ins. £40-60
12.     Ceramics: 19th cent. And later meat plates of mixed sizes,13 in total. (2 Boxes) £20-40
13.     20th cent. Ceramics: Midwinter dinner ware, Stylecraft teapot/coffee pot, assorted cups and saucers, etc. (1 Box) £20-30
14.     20th cent. Ceramics: Midwinter Stonehenge mixed pattern. Coffee pot, hot water jug, and assorted plates and bowls (1 box). Plus assorted David Long. £20-40
15.     19th cent. Mahogany commode, oak drop leaf table and a footstool (3). £20-40
16.     Queen Anne style walnut footstool with acanthus decoration to the knees £40-60
17.     20th. cent. Beech effect double pedestal desk. 67ins. x 21ins. £80-120
18.     Ceramics: 19th cent. & Later part dinner sets to include assorted Worcester Evesham Doulton plates, bowls, cups and saucers A/F. Plus dinner and tea ware to include commemorative and mixed collection of 19th cent. and later to include Delft vases, Ashworth, Ironstone, etc. (6 Boxes) £20-40
19.     19th cent. & later Glass & Ceramics: Jugs, vases, planters, etc A/F. 20th cent. Glass: Drinking and other glass, some engraved, some plain. Large tray, large and small box. (4 Boxes)
20.     Glass: 20th cent. Miscellaneous including white and coloured plus Doulton series plates. £20-40
21.     20th cent. Metal Ware: Hammered pewter, glass bottomed, tankards x 2, plated tankards x 3, and German beer steins x 2 with white metal covers. Platedware: Household cutlery, napkin rings, cake knives, bottle openers, tongs, kitchen knives, candle holders etc. 2 trays. Tray not included. 20th cent. Ceramics: Corn on the cob set, 8 x dishes and holders. Boxed. £40-60
22.     19th cent. Lustre Ware: Teapot with blue band and flowers, bowl with pink band and decoration, bowl with blue band, silver lustre bowl with stem, small bowl with blue band, large cup with blue band and decoration, cups with blue bands x 2, milk jugs with blue bands x 4, milk jugs with yellow bands x 3, dimpled milk jug with blue decoration, and a mug with an old repair (A/F). Plus copper kettle and an ember warming pan with treen handle. £30-50
23.     20th cent. Mirrors: Large mahogany mirror 50ins. x 40ins., large gilt frame mirror 45ins. x 36ins. and a smaller gilt framed mirror 34ins. x 20ins. (3). £40-60
24.     Pottery & Porcelain: 20th cent. Aynsley Pembroke design includes clock, jugs, plates, etc. Approx. 16 pieces. Plus a selection of Royal Adderley flowers, Wedgwood milk jug, and ribbon design SF & Co jug. £30-50
25.     Pottery & Glass: 20th cent. Green stem Austrian style glasses, cut glass bowl, lead crystal vase (boxed), Dartington Crystal Capredoni eagle sculpture, Master nickel silver teapot, Smith's mantle clock, brass plate Gibson small teapot, King George V Coronation plates x 2, and other Royal commemoratives. (1 Box) £20-40
26.     20th cent. Pottery & Porcelain: Bradford Exchange plate set of four, boxed. Chris Howells - 'Making the Hayrick', 'Mending the Thatch', 'Early Morning Milk', 'The Apple Pickers'. Lilliput Lane Cottages x 3 boxed. Aynsley plates x 2 boxed and 2 unboxed, plus one other, and water jugs x 2. (1 Box) £20-40
27.     Japanese Tea Ware: Bread and butter plates x 2, tea plates x 7 (2 A/F), cups x 11 (3 A/F), saucers x 12 (1 A/F), slop bowl A/F, teapot A/F, milk jug. Plus an unrelated cup, Poole Pottery chamber stick, and one other. £20-40
28.     Kitchenalia: Salters iron and brass kitchen scales, with a box of Salters Imperial weights. Plus a copper gas kettle and a woodworker's moulding plane. £30-40
29.     19th cent. Copper warming pan with brass fittings. £20-40
30.     Metalware: Victorian brass coal scuttle plus one other, copper warming pan, companion set, etc. £30-50
31.     Clock: 20th cent. Brass skeleton clock chiming on the hour, treen base and circular glass dome. Height 10½ins. £80-100
32.     Clocks: Late 19th/early 20th cent. French mantle clock stamped G B and E, the case depicts a boy selling fruit, with clock itself mounted on a column with wreath. 20ins. £70-100
33.     Metalware: 19th cent. Copper log basket together with other miscellaneous copper and brass, including B.E. of Burford brass jug. Plus 'The Egyptian Portfolio' by David Roberts. £40-70
34.     Ceramics: 20th cent. Carlton ware, Sylvac jug and bowl washing set, Wade, etc. (mixed lot). £20-40
35.     Clocks: 20th cent. Onyx, brass and treen electronic Metamec clock. £20-30
36.     Clocks: 20th cent. Dutch chain driven wall clock with brass decoration, plus a second smaller Dutch wall clock. £40-60
37.     Late 19th cent. Slate mantle clock. £30-50
38.     Interiors: 18th cent. Oak panelling. Largest section 65ins. x 50ins. (5). £60-100
39.     Early 20th cent. Anglo Indian beaten brass table with carved folding base. Diameter 36ins. Engraved to back 'School of Art, Jaypore'. £50-70
40.     Early 20th cent. Queen Anne revival burr walnut, serpentine two drawer cabinet, on delicate supports with shell motif. 24ins. x 15ins. x 28½ins. £80-120
41.     19th cent. Mahogany balloon backed nursing chair on cabriole supports with simple brass castors. £40-60
42.     19th cent. Oak tilt top table on single turned support with tripod feet. Diameter 28ins. £30-50
43.     19th cent. Mahogany tripod tilt top table. Diameter 25½ins. £50-70
44.     20th cent. Walnut drop front bureau, single door cupboard, and inlaid decoration. 21½ins. x 41ins. x 13ins. £20-40
45.     Late 19th/early 20th cent. Mahogany bow fronted desk/dressing table with fruitwood inlay. Seven drawers and on tapered supports. 54ins. x 26ins. x 30ins. £40-60
46.     Platedware: Flexfit canteen, 12 place setting in fitted treen box. Gloucester plate, 12 place setting canteen in fitted box. Plus 20th cent. Carved cedar wood box containing 2 plate serving spoons and sugar spoon. £40-60
47.     Late 19th/early 20th cent. Plate Ware: Toast rack, serving sets some boxed, coffee spoons boxed, cake knives boxed, plus knives, forks, spoons unboxed. Twelve place setting fish knives and forks contained in a fitted mahogany box. £60-80
48.     20th cent. Beech desk with single drawer above kneehole. 43ins. x 30ins. x 23½ins. £30-50
49.     19th cent. Mahogany sofa table. Two drawers, splayed supports, end drop flaps. 37ins. 30½ins. x 21½ins. Extended 57ins. £30-50
50.     19th cent. Mahogany two over two chest of drawers with brass handles on ball supports. 41ins. x 32½ins. x 19½ins. £40-60
51.     Scientific Instruments: Cooper of Worcester brass faced bakelite desk barometer plus an oak wall one. £30-50
52.     Late 18th/early 19th cent. Iron and brass book press. Brass and iron handle, vertical screw and body, marked on brass ring J. Levesque London with second label Nicolas Phene London.
NB: Mr Phene printed "The Righteousness Mans Rest" in 1788. £50-80
53.     19th cent. Maple fire screen with embroidered silk panel behind glass. On ebony inlaid straight supports. 21ins. x 43ins. £80-120
54.     African Tribal Arts: 20th cent. Malawi (formerly Nyasaland) hardwood fertility chair. £60-100
55.     20th cent. Art deco mahogany revolving cocktail cabinet, made by Aw-Lyn. Features twin doors and hinged top with mirror and glass holders. Attached plaque reads 'Presented to John Healy by his colleagues at the Air Ministry on appointment to the Metropolitan Police college Jan 1934'. £60-80
56.     Art Deco: 1920s Rosewood octagonal coffee table (water mark to top). 24ins. x 24ins. Plus a 20th cent. Folding beech chair. £40-60
57.     19th cent. Mahogany washstand/bedside cupboard (2), circular 2 tier Edwardian occasional table and a hall mirror. (4). £40-60
58.     20th cent. Three plank oak refectory table, on turned supports with stretchers. 74ins. x 32ins. £150-250
59.     Late 19th/early 20th cent. Brass and iron fender plus helmet style coal scuttle and shovel.
60.     19th cent. Rosewood sabre leg dining chairs with drop in seats. (4) £60-100
61.     1940s Pre-war oak dining chairs with brown leather seats and backs, 4 chairs plus 2 carvers. (Plus one other in store) (7). £60-80
62.     Early 20th cent. Oak child's high chair with crossed back rail and inlaid decoration. £40-60
63.     19th cent. Mahogany arts and crafts chair, carved cresting rail pierced slat backs and arm fronts, serpentine fronted upholstered seat, tapered in arm column and supports, and square block feet. £50-80
65.     19th cent. Mahogany salon dining chairs plus a Georgian mahogany sheaf style back dining chair (4). £40-70
66.     19th cent. Rosewood rope twist, round back, sabre leg dining chars (4). £70-100
67.     19th cent. Mahogany salon chairs plus one other (3). £20-40
68.     20th cent. Mahogany three door glazed bookcase, Gothic arch mouldings, on cabriole supports. 46½ins. x 46ins. x 11½ins. £20-40
69.     19th cent. Mahogany chest of drawers two over three cock beaded with hidden drawer above. Rising off flat bun feet. 48ins. x 53ins. x 23ins. £60-100
70.     Early 20th cent. 'The Steelhouse' gramophone with brass trumpet, replacement needles and collection of records. £80-100
71.     French Empire marble topped commode with pillar supports. £80-120
72.     19th cent. Ceramics: Continental hard fired urn shaped oil lamp converted to electricity. PAT tested. £30-50
73.     Ceramics: c1972 West German decorative vase, oatmeal glaze 'Amsterdam Onion' pattern. Height 21½ins. £30-50
74.     Breweriana: Early 20th cent. Double gourd soda siphon basket cased with metal fittings, glass internal tube. Impressed to collar British Siphon Co. London. Pat No. 16686. Collar lock stamped 'the clincher' Patent 1365. 19½ins. £80-102
75.     Lighting: 20th cent. Lamp produced from a Bollinger Methuselah Champagne bottle. Height 26ins. £20-40
76.     Late 17th/early 18th cent. Carolean style walnut high back hall chair with rattan seat and base. £50-80
77.     20th cent. Ebonised pine davenport with four drawers, turned supports 21ins. x 21ins. x 32ins. Plus a late 19th cent. oak chair with barley twist back and supports with rattan seat. £40-60
79.     Early 19th cent. William IV, mahogany drop leaf table with a single drawer and a dummy drawer. On single pedestal support. 36ins. x 37ins. x 28ins. £60-80
80.     19th cent. Mahogany gentleman's pot cupboard plus one other (2). £30-50
81.     19th cent. Walnut aesthetic side tables with pierced fretwork legs and stretchers - a pair. 15ins. £80-120
82.     19th cent. Satinwood Sheraton style dressing table. Inlaid with fruit woods, top opens to reveal dressing mirror and several lidded & hinged compartments above a drawer that conceals a raised writing slope on four tapering supports. 25¾ins. x 34ins. £500-800
83.     18th cent. Oak refectory table, three plank top with turned supports and heavily worn "H" stretcher. 32ins. x 72ins. £400-500
84.     20th cent. Cast console table with marble top. Single supports with stylised neo classical decoration. 27ins. £60-80
85.     Early 19th cent. Mahogany sabre leg bar back upholstered dining chairs (8). £160-200
86.     18th cent. Mahogany drop leaf dining table on club feet. £80-120
87.     Early 19th cent. Mahogany tilt top dining table on single pedestal. 52ins. £160-200
88.     Georgian mahogany bow fronted sideboard with one central drawer flanked by two cupboards. All with brass furniture and on tapered supports. 54ins. x 26ins. x 37ins. £80-120
89.     19th cent. Rosewood sarcophagus, two compartment tea caddy, inlaid with mother of pearl, rising off flat bun feet (with key). £40-60
90.     Interiors: 20th cent. Brass hanging light with fifteen glass panels. £40-60
91.     Early 20th cent. Asian, possible Burmese, sandalwood box with carved bone fittings. £30-40
92.     Late 19th/early 20th cent. Walnut davenport with fitted interior. 23ins. £80-120
93.     19th cent. Mahogany games table, tapered supports, with single drawer. 35ins. x 17ins. (35ins. open) x 28ins. £80-120
94.     Georgian mahogany dining chairs with green leather upholstery plus a pair of later bespoke carvers to match (8). £300-500
95.     Early 19th cent. Regency rosewood inlaid rectangular tilt top table. On single column with four splayed supports. 60ins. x 40ins. x 29ins. £250-300
96.     Late 19th/early 20th cent. Mahogany oval serving tray with inlay, in the neo-classical style. 26ins. £40-60
96A.    18th cent. Mahogany tripod table with birdcage tilt mechanism, and twisted sun barrel column support. £150-200
96B.    19th cent. Mahogany music cabinet. 21ins. Plus a salon chair. £30-50
96C.    19th cent. French walnut Armoire with lozenge, ebony and boxwood inlay. Width 53ins. x 76ins. Tall. £100-150
96D.    19th cent. Mahogany tilt top table on three splayed supports. The top is cut from a single plank. £70-100
97.     18th cent. Oak side table on tapered supports, with two handled single drawer. 31ins. x 17ins. x 28ins. £80-120
98.     18th cent. Oak linen fold panelled coffer with fitted candle box. 46ins. £200-300
99.     19th cent. Mahogany cylinder corner cupboard with shelves within. £50-80
100.    Late 19th/early 20th cent. Mahogany display cabinet with oval glazing to door. 27ins. x 69ins. £60-100
101.    19th cent. Bow front mahogany linen press on swept bracket supports. 45ins. x 81ins. £200-300
102.    20th cent. Pine farmhouse kitchen table 72ins. x 35ins. plus 8 beech wheel back chairs and two carvers. £80-120
103.    19th cent. Mahogany regency style wine cooler with brass liner on swept base with slatted inverted sides. Height 20ins. x diameter 16ins. £150-200
104.    19th cent. Mahogany chest of three short over three long drawers, with inlaid shell motif. 42ins. £80-120
105.    19th cent. French inlaid mahogany escritoire with fitted interior. 34ins. x 16ins. £100-150
106.    Late 17th/early 18th cent. Oak chest of drawers comprising of two short over three long drawer, geometric moulding and brass pear drop handles on bun feet. 33ins. £400-600
107.    19th cent. Mahogany two over two, bow fronted chest of drawers, with boxwood inlay on bracket supports. £100-150
108.    19th cent. Mahogany D end dining table with single leaf. £80-120
109.    Georgian pierced splat back dining chairs, set of eight including two carvers (1 carver A/F). £150-250
110.    Boxes: 19th cent. Box with geometric marquetry design, an oak stationery box with brass feet and handles plus one other (3). £40-70
111.    Interiors: 19th cent. White painted carved arch in the Adam style. 112ins. £80-120
112.    Irish Railwayania: Rare Youghal Station Irish Republic booking office sign, treen with cast iron letters in relief, 'Booking Office Out' and 'In', with Letter of Provenance from the vendor. 20ins. x 63ins. £300-500
113.    19th cent. Carolean style elbow chair with needlework covers, in 17th century style. £100-150
114.    19th cent. Mahogany butler's tray on folding stand. £80-120
115.    Late 19th/early 20th cent. beech inlaid Vitrine on four tapering supports. 27ins. £80-120
116.    Early Georgian walnut high back corner chair, carved 'acanthus' shell decoration above a club foot. With later additions. £400-600
117.    19th cent. Brass inlaid mahogany chiffonier, two linen backed doors with brass fretwork decoration. 36ins. £60-100
118.    18th cent. Oak mule chest with original lock & hinges but later interior base. £150-250
119.    19th cent. Drop leaf occasional table of small proportions, one set of dummy drawers and the whole on tapering supports. 20ins. £60-80
120.    19th cent. Oak bible box on four supports united by a cross stretcher, with brass plaque engraved to Rev Dr Mcdonnell, brass carrying handles to the side. £60-100
121.    18th cent. Oak coffer with heavily carved decoration throughout. 37ins. x 18ins. £100-150
122.    19th cent. Handcart sign written for 'E. Marchant Painter and Decorator'. The lot comprises the cart, wheels, and chassis. Does need reassembling. 29ins. x 79ins. £100-150
122A.   Gardenalia: 19th cent. Cart wheel. 45ins. £30-50
123.    19th cent. Walnut banjo barometer, white dial, signed A. Casartelli Liverpool. £100-150
124.    Great Exhibition: 'The Milton Shield' by Elkington & Company. This large electroplated plaque is decorated with scenes from Milton's 'Paradise Lost', on a treen shield shaped mount with easel back, the plaque 33¾ins high, 29¼ins wide, overall 41¾ins high, 29¼ins wide. This most impressive piece of classical craftsmanship by Elkington & Co is an electro type copy of 'The Milton Shield' originally by Morel Ladeuil, featuring representations of the Archangel Raphael, Adam and Eve the 'war in heaven'. The outer borders depict further scenes from Milton's epic poem Paradise Lost. The original Milton Shield, in silver and iron, was made for the 1867 exhibition and took three years to produce. It was awarded the gold medal for the artist and was bought by The Victoria and Albert Museum where it remains on exhibition. £500-800
125.    Gardenalia: Decorative garden planter on a large base bearing a laurel wreath to each corner. 39ins. Plus a small decorative bust (3). £50-80
126.    Gardenalia: 20th cent. Cast iron planters decorated in the neo classical style (1 A/F) 15ins. £30-50
127.    19th cent. Mahogany glazed two door bookcase/cupboard. 41ins. x 86ins. £100-150
128.    Clocks: Late 18th/early 19th cent. 30 hour longcase clock, painted face. Samuel Hart Devizes. £150-200
129.    Mechanical/Clocks: 20th cent. Oak "Gledhill Brook Time Recorder" clocking in clock with winder. 46ins.
130.    Clocks: 18th cent. Brass faced single hand 30 hour longcase, Everard Billington (1738-1770), dial 10ins. £200-300
131.    Mechanical/Clocks: 20th cent. Oak "National Time Recorder" clocking in clock with winder. 38ins. £150-250
132.    Clocks: 19th cent. Oak cased 30 hour longcase. John Pearce of Stratford on Avon, painted dial. 12ins. £100-150
133.    Chinese Coromandel lacquer eight-fold screen. Incised and coloured with courtly views with figures and animals milling around pavilions within borders of plants and birds. The reverse with tree peonies, cranes, animals, etc. Requiring restoration. £400-600
134.    18th cent. Vernacular oak tallboy. Comprising of a cupboard over a chest of two short and three long drawers on short swept bracket feet. 37ins. £300-500
135.    19th cent. White marble Egyptian revival pedestal stand on a square base. 40ins. x 11ins. £300-500
136.    Edwardian Regency revival mahogany 2 tier corner cabinet, top section with glazed serpentine door & fitted shelves. £60-80
137.    John Bridges: Oil on panel 'woman in black dress, lace bonnet and a shawl', signed Bridges 1853, R Davey label on verso. Gilt framed 18ins. x 14ins. £400-600
138.    19th cent. Woolwork Tapestry: Harpist serenading a King, multicoloured threads. Framed and glazed 25ins. x 28ins. £80-120
139.    20th cent. Andrew Smith: Etching, colour tint 'Shadow across Stone' 1/25 signed margin, pencil A Smith. Framed and glazed 13ins. x 9ins. £30-50
140.    Limited Edition Signed Prints: Horse racing, 608/1500, Henry Koehler, 'Warwickshire Steeplechase Awaiting Start'. Signed lower right. 30ins. x 21ins. £80-120
141.    19th cent. Coloured hunting print by Thomas McClean of Haymarket 1825. 'The First Ten Minutes Shaking Off The Cocktails'. 13ins. x 23ins. £30-50
142.    O G Pye: Watercolour village study with stone cross. Signed lower right, framed and glazed. 10ins. x 6ins. £30-50
143.    20th cent. Audrey McNaughton, Canadian: Oil on paper view of Campbell's Bay Oct. 52. Signed lower right and titled on verso. Framed, 14ins. x 10ins. £80-120
144.    Marjorie Beaumont 1987: Oil on canvas 'Western Irish Pass', unsigned label verso. 17ins. x 13ins. £30-50
145.    19th cent. Sampler. Alpha/numeric. (Jane Taylor aged 6 years 1849). £20-30
146.    William Russell Flint 'The Pendant', a colour print, signed in pencil lower right. 20ins. x 27½ins. £100-150
147.    Albert Haselgrave 1857-1939: Watercolour on paper rustic study with figures. 10ins. x 14ins. £60-100
148.    19th cent. English School: Oil on canvas, inscribed on reverse Orford Church Suffolk 1885. 17ins. x 12ins. £150-250
149.    19th cent. J F Danby: Oil on canvas 'River at Sunset', label on verso J.F. Danby. 36ins. x 24ins. £300-500
150.    John Hayter (1800 - 1891). 1858 Pencil and pastel highlighted of a young girl and boy, signed and dated lower left. Framed and glazed. £60-80
151.    Agnes Miller - Parker (1895-1980): 1937 Wood cut 'Watermill', signature, annotation on reverse of frame. Framed and glazed 5ins. x 2¾ins. £40-60
152.    19th cent. English School: Watercolour of a rural scene. 12ins. x 6½ins. £40-60
153.    Gerald Nyland: 20th cent. English school acrylic on canvas of The River Thames, London. 19ins. x 15ins. £100-150
154.    Maps: 17th cent. John Ogilby (1600-1676) 'The road from London to the Lands End, c1675. Hand coloured, engraved, strip map London to Winchester sections. Central vertical crease. 19ins. x 15ins. £80-120
155.    Limited Edition Prints: Equestrian/hunting, 157/850, after Snaffles, 'The biggest walls in the country was in it_' (sic), with annotations by Edith Somerville and Martin Ross. Numbered lower left. 28ins. x 21ins. £100-150
156.    Limited Edition Prints: Equestrian/hunting, 157/850, after Snaffles, 'Great banks there was below in the fields', with annotations by Edith Somerville and Martin Ross. Numbered lower left. 28ins. x 21ins. £100-150
157.    Joseph Dixon Clark: Oil on board 'Milkmaid and Cows at Dusk' signed lower left. 14¾ins. x 10¾ins. £350-450
158.    Frank Longwood 1849 - 1897: Watercolour on paper, village study. 13ins. x 10ins. £50-80
159.    American/British Art: Arthur Garratt 1873-1955: Oil on canvas of Mrs S Arthur Garratt with society of portrait painters label on reverse. 27ins. £300-500
160.    19th cent. English School: Oil on canvas of a young woman. 26ins. x 36ins. £200-300
161.    19th cent. English School: Oil on canvas of a gentleman 25ins. x 35ins. £200-300
162.    19th cent. Grand Tour Italian School: Watercolour on paper 'Naples'. 8ins. x 5ins. £50-80
163.    •Maurice Sys (Ghent 1880 - 1972): Watercolour on board of The River Leiss, near Ghent. Signed and monogrammed. 8½ins. x 6½ins. £700-1000
164.    Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin 1870-1935: Signed etching "Susan" Pekingese dog lying beside a pillow. 9ins. x 12ins. £80-120
165.    19th cent. Continental School: Oil on board 'Young girl with basket assisted by old man' 6ins. x 8ins. £40-60
166.    Joseph Thomas Gee: 19th cent. English school watercolour of Dartmouth Castle. 8ins. x 6ins. £50-80
167.    Joseph Thomas Gee: 19th cent. English school watercolour of Hemmingford Grey Huntingdonshire. 11ins. x 8ins. £60-80
168.    Charles Branwhite 1817-1860: Watercolour on paper 'Two boys playing by a stream', signed "C Branwhite 60" bottom left. 21ins. x 14ins. £300-500
169.    Charles Branwhite 1817-1860: Watercolour on paper 'Fisherman by the River', signed and dated bottom left. 21ins. x 14ins. £250-350
170.    19th cent. English School: Oil on board Rustic winter study with cottage. 14ins. x 11ins. £100-150
171.    A.L. Terni Fua Georg Fishhot 1859-1914: 19th cent. Italian school oil on board of the 'Gulf of Naples', label on reverse, signed bottom left. 8ins. x 6ins. £200-300
172.    John Faulkner 1835-1984: Irish watercolour, figures harvesting in a summer landscape, signed and title "At Chinerys Bucks" lower left. 41ins. x 22ins.
Biography label on reverse, details provenance of the painting. £700-900
173.    Henry Birtles: Watercolour - sheep with shepherd in meadow. £80-120
174.    •Elizabeth Mary Watt (1886-1954): Glasgow school, Fairies climbing a flower, riding a tiger, watercolour on paper, signed bottom right. 13ins. x 10ins. £700-1200
175.    •Elizabeth Mary Watt (1886-1954). Glasgow school, Enchanted wood, signed lower left. 13½ins. x 9½ins. £200-300
176.    Francis E. Jamieson (1895 - 1950): Oil on canvas Highland landscape with waterfall and mill house. Signed lower left, relined. 30ins. x 20ins. £200-250
177.    Francis E. Jamieson (1895 - 1950): Oil on canvas rural landscape with cottage and lake (small patch to rear of canvas). Signed lower right. 24ins. x 16ins. £150-200
178.    Ceramics: Portmeirion, large selection to include numerous canisters with lids, cheese cutter, condiments, etc. (32). £30-50
179.    Ceramics: John Bordeaux Pottery, Scilly Isles shire horse, Doulton fruit bowl A/F, and early 20th cent. Floral vase marked LBC, also A/F. £20-40
180.    20th cent. Ceramics: Grindley cream petal ware, red band, gilt edge dinner ware, soup tureen & cover A/F, comports x 2, vegetable tureens & covers x 2, gravy boats x 2, open serving dishes x 2, (1 A/F), soup plates x 12, egg cups x 8, 9ins. plates x 24, 7ins. plates x 6, 8ins. plates x 9, meat plates 18ins. 14ins. 12ins. 11ins. and 14ins. circular serving plates x 3.
181.    20th cent. Glass: Crystal trees, 22ins with oval droplets, 11ins. with circular droplets on mirror base. Crystal tulip arrangement, red, blue and yellow. Glass circular display discs, 2 x impressed with a daisy 10ins. and 7ins. 1 x Winter scene 14ins. 1 x Study of cats. £60-80
182.    20th cent. Ceramics: Royal Doulton "Roundlay" dinner set. Comprises of meat dish, dinner plates x 12, dessert bowls x 10, gravy boat and stand, vegetable dishes x 2 (1 lid), small side plates x 9, medium size plates x 7. £70-100
183.    Glassware: Edwardian and later glasses including tumblers, wine glasses and cordial glasses. (33) £20-40
184.    20th cent. Glass paperweights Scottish and others, including Perthshire, Strathern, Caithness etc. Millefiori cane, etched, etc. (20). £100-150
185.    20th cent. Glassware: Imperial Lenox pearl blue honey pot, pearl pink c1970, and petrol lustre honey pot. £20-40
186.    Crystal and Glass: Lenox crystal big cats including lion, tiger and wild cat plus crystal plaque with impressed tiger head. Candle holders in the form of sleeping cats, 9 cat figurines in various posts, Lenox crystal and others. £80-120
187.    20th cent. Ceramics: Made for the Hive Honey shop London, box shape honey pot decorated with a country study and beehives, plus Penzance Pottery beehive pot, black and white Millennium 2000 pot. Japanese honey pot in the form of a house, hive pot decorated with bees, miniature hive pot, and honey colour pot decorated with bees (7).
188.    20th cent. Ceramics: Shorter box shape green honey pot with bee finial, Goebel honey pot in the form of a hive with bee embellishments, plus square honey pot cover decorated with fruit and leaves in relief and bee finial. Plus Crown Devon box shape honey pot with bee embellishments and honeycomb texture, plus Minton c1940 box shape honey pot with bee finial (5).
189.    Ceramics: Cockatoo by J.T Jones for Crown Staffordshire, 13½ins. Karl Ens, Owl, 10ins. Rosenthal Blackbird and Thrush, plus classically decorated bowl (4). £60-100
190.    20th cent. Ceramics: Country Artists Ltd, Hereford Bull No. 01020, group figure of Field Mice on a treen stand. Border Fine Art Foal. Sherratt & Simpson Field Mouse. £20-30
191.    Early 20th cent. Ceramics: Minton, 5 x dessert plates with central spray of roses, green border and gilt rim, Diamond china 6 x cups, saucers, bird of paradise design. Plaster sleeping putti. £30-50
192.    19th/20th cent. Ceramics & Glassware: Delft trinket box, Normandy pottery plaque, two handle cup, coffee set, etc. £50-80
193.    1960s/70s Gaydon composite tea set in blue. £20-30
194.    Art Pottery: Clews Chameleon ware royal blue bowl. 7ins. Plus a green ground chameleon vase. 6ins. £40-60
195.    Pottery & Porcelain: 20th cent. Charlotte Rhead Crown Ducal vase, shape 208 in the Trellis Flower pattern. Chip to rim. Height 7ins. £30-50
196.    20th cent. Gladstone China crested ware teapot on stand and sugar bowl decorated with the Welsh dragon holding a banner. Cymru am Byth. Aberayron. £30-40
197.    Breweriana: Bell's Whisky/LVRM Toby Jug water jug modelled on R.S.M. Tibby Brittain, Coldstream Guards, and a town crier liqueur bottle designed by James R. Beam for the Regal China Corporation. £20-40
198.    Stamps/First Day Covers: Five albums of commemorative stamps and covers from the WWF. £30-50
199.    Postcards: Two albums of Edwardian and later cards, mainly topographical but nice examples, featuring paddle steamers, trams at work and piers included. £40-60
200.    Postcards: Edwardian and 1920s. Four albums containing humour, song cards, commemorative nautical, topographical, plus French cards depicting the peoples of North Africa. £40-60
201.    Postcards: Early 20th cent. Four albums of mainly topographical cards. £20-40
202.    Postcards: Mainly Edwardian and later. Postcards include shop fronts, Scottish views, early aviation, Edwardian humour (3 albums). £40-60
203.    Stamps: 1970s - 1980s Album containing a large quantity of first day covers, mint unused stamps and presentation packs from the 1970s through to the mid 1980s. £30-50
204.    Stamps & First Day Covers: Two stockbooks, one album of World stamps, and a large selection of first day covers and postal history. One large stockbook and one album of GB used and unused stamps, plus a number of presentation mint stamps.
205.    Stamps: Elizabeth II unused mint, commemoratives and high value definatives, from 1953-1973, in photograph album. £30-50
206.    Stamps: Schoolboy collection comprising five albums of UK, Commonwealth, and World, includes a number of blank mounting sheets. £20-40
207.    Postcards: Edwardian and later, mostly topographical cards, UK, Europe, New Zealand, and USA. £30-50
208.    Stamps: First day covers. Approx. 125 Malaysian mainly from the 1970s and 80s. £30-50
209.    Photographs & Postcards: Two photograph albums plus a selection of loose photographs, 19th cent. And later. Plus approx. 100 loose postcards. £20-40
210.    Postcards: Mainly Edwardian and later, includes Edwardian humour, shipping, bridges, and topographical (3 albums). £40-60
211.    Photographs & Scrapbooks: 19th and 20th cent. One album containing early 20th cent. Photographs of West Country and Scotland, including Tintagel, Boscastle, Loch Awe, and Glen Coe. Plus a 19th cent. Album of scraps. £30-50
212.    Costume Jewellery: Various items to include snuff box and two sovereign coin holders. Plus silver plated frame. £20-30
213.    Costume Jewellery: Bracelets, Necklaces, earrings, etc., a 9ct. cluster ring. 1.9g. plus another. £30-50
214.    Jewellery: Assorted costume jewellery including 9ct. earring fittings (4 Boxes and 1 purse). £20-30
215.    Costume Jewellery: Swarovski swan pendant Westminster eagle pendant, yellow and white metal chains, earrings, cultured pearls etc. Plus Yellow metal chains, white metal coin necklace, beads etc. (Large quantity). Hoop earrings, white and yellow metal, crystal, some on cards, contained in mirror box.

216.    Costume Jewellery: Necklaces, earrings, bangles etc. Miscellaneous dress rings, white metal, enamel and plastic. Approx. 55. Plus semi-precious stones amethyst, garnet, turquoise etc. Tray not included. £40-60
217.    Costume Jewellery/Accessories: Silver coloured bead evening bag, cross stitch purse, handbag mirrors, compact, earring case, beaded cat purse, hair combs, bangles, white and yellow metal, plastic, mother of pearl style, beads, earrings etc.(Tray not included). Metal and leather necklace, bronze neck band, white metal and leather neck band, shell jewellery etc.

219.    Costume Jewellery: Pendant collection 'Mystic Beauty', four heart shaped brilliant cut crystal pendants, decorated with wolf motifs, by the artist Eddie LaPage, with hallmarked silver loops. Plus two yellow metal cameos, a yellow metal brooch and a white metal bracelet. £20-30
220.    20th cent. Jewellery box. Beech with burr wood floral inlay to lid and fitted interior. £30-50
221.    20th cent. Jewellery box. Black lacquer with fitted interior and lower drawer. £30-50
222.    Costume Jewellery: Black glass bead necklet, yellow metal Monet chain link necklace, and two dress rings - one abalone and marcasite. £30-50
223.    Corkscrews/Wine Collectables: Henshall patent 1795 no 2061, early example with bone handle, baluster shank, faceted flange, helix worm. £150-200
224.    Corkscrews/Wine Collectables: Simple screw, a variation of Henshells patent steel screw, brass shaft and cap bone handle with brush and diamond cut ring, helix screw. £50-80
225.    Corkscrews/Wine Collectables: Champagne bottle, bone body over steel, 2 blades, marked Moet & Chandon Epernay, helix screw. £180-200
226.    Corkscrews/Wine Collectables: Champagne bottle shaped steel knife, blade & wire cutters, bone handle marked Perrier-Jouet Epernay, helix screw. £300-400
227.    Corkscrews/Wine Collectables: 19th cent. Fine French silver screw, mounted lever action champagne or soda water tap, stylised fish mask spout. The lever marked Deleuze Brevete Paris. Archemedean screw. £900-1200
228.    Corkscrews/Wine Collectables: Lignum Vitae champagne opener, marked on the blade Rodgers Cutlers to Her Majesty and on the handle Nicholl Fleece Hotel Cheltenham and has a brush at the handle end. £75-100
229.    Corkscrews/Wine Collectables: Champagne bottle shaped steel knife, blade & foil cutters, bone body marked Moet & Chandon Epernay with trade mark star above, helix screw. £180-200
230.    Corkscrews/Wine Collectables: Pocket screw, elegant worked steel medicine screw with serrated finger grip, original case, helix screw. £200-300
231.    Corkscrews/Wine Collectables Advertising: Late 19th/early 20th cent. Nickel plated pair of champagne scissors, fitted with a corkscrew with a helix screw. Mark on side F. Mercier & Co. £150-250
232.    Corkscrews/Wine Collectables Advertising: Hunting. A chrome plated patent knife combination with grooved helix screw, knife, boot hook, and 12 and 16 bore cartridge extractor. Mark on sides 'Spratt's Dog Foods' and 'Spratt's Game Foods'. £100-150
233.    Corkscrews/Wine Collectables Hallmarked Silver: 18th cent. Irish silver folding bow shaped corkscrew with steel helix screw. Marked Thomas Williamson (1717-1740) Dublin. £2000-3000
234.    Corkscrews/Wine Collectables: 18th cent. Irish steel harp shaped folding corkscrew. Helix screw. £500-700
235.    Corkscrews/Wine Collectables: 19th cent. German steel corkscrew in the form of a pair of lady's legs with calf length boots. Archimedean screw. £800-1000
236.    Corkscrews/Wine Collectables: Late 18th/early 19th cent. French small gold corkscrew with gold banded mother of pearl mallet form handle with eyeglass and turned shank, and spiral fluted tapering sheath. Indistinct mark on base. £1500-2000
237.    Corkscrews/Wine Collectables: 18th cent. Dutch silver crescent handled corkscrew. The handle is decorated with a drinker, leaves, and scrolls. The sheath is baluster in form and terminates in a seal. No screw. £200-300
238.    Corkscrews/Wine Collectables: 18th cent. French gold folding bow type pocket corkscrew with ribboned engraved handle. Small helix screw. In silk lined leathered box. £300-400
239.    Corkscrews/Wine Collectables: 18th cent. Brass cased 'Butlers Screw' pocket corkscrew with helix screw and coach key. £250-350
240.    Corkscrews/Wine Collectables: Late 18th/early 19th cent. English fire steel, ember tongs, pipe tamper/picker and helix screw corkscrew combination. £1000-1400
241.    Corkscrews/Wine Collectables: 18th cent. English steel travelling screw with seal. Ring pull design with helix screw. The seal depicts Cupid firing his arrow. £350-450
242.    Corkscrews/Wine Collectables: 18th cent. Irish steel singleton corkscrew in original shagreen case, also a silver seal. £1000-1200
243.    Corkscrews/Wine Collectables: 18th cent. Travelling screw. Silver with mother of pearl mallet form handle, silver ends and banding, silver sheath. Mark on base. Grey shagreen case (no lid). Centre worm. £1350-1500
244.    Corkscrews/Wine Collectables: Late 18th/early 19th cent. English pocket corkscrew with silver banded mother of pearl handle with baluster shank, straight fluted shank with silversmith's mark T.S, possibly Thomas Robins London (1794-1818). £350-450
245.    Corkscrews/Wine Collectables: 18th cent. English silver pocket corkscrew with mother of pearl mallet form handle and ribbed helix screw. £400-600
246.    Corkscrews/Wine Collectables: 19th cent. Continental silver picnic corkscrew, ribbed mallet form handle with ribbed sheath. Steel grooved helix screw. Indistinct mark on base of sheath. £350-450
247.    Corkscrews/Wine Collectables: 19th cent. Dutch silver pocket corkscrew with fluted scroll handle, baluster shank and part fluted tapering octagonal sheath with indistinct marks to base. Helix screw. £500-700
248.    19th cent. French campaign/picnic set. Continental silver and steel knife, fork, spoon, toast fork, condiment spoon, egg cup, salt pot and cup. Enclosed in a red and green Morocco case, with tooled decoration. £600-700
249.    Corkscrews/Wine Collectables: 19th cent. Steel cam action open barrel corkscrew with long bladed worm. £400-500
250.    Corkscrews/Wine Collectables: 19th cent. French steel folding bow corkscrew with fluted helix screw, plus a wine foil cutter. Marked 'Charles Heidseck Champagne'. Plus keyring with shamrock design. £120-180
251.    Corkscrews/Wine Collectables Advertising: Late 19th/early 20th cent. English waiters friends x 4. Dry Monopole Champagne/Hennessy Brandy, Schweppes table waters, Stretton table waters, and E. Martin Esq. Bixley Hall (4). £150-250
252.    Corkscrews/Wine Collectables Advertising: Late 19th/early 20th cent. White metal and early bakelite pocket knife with file in the form of a shoe. Advertising slogan on sole 'Champagne, J. Champion & Co. Reims'. £150-250
253.    Corkscrews/Wine Collectables: Champagne screw, silver and horn bottle shaped knife and screw marked G. Teissier, saumur helix in a lined black leather case. £260-300
254.    Corkscrews/Wine Collectables: 19th cent. Lund's 1855 patent London steel rack, marked on shank as such. Fine helix screw. £200-300
255.    19th cent. French silver campaign picnic set - comprising cup with turned treen handle, folding knife, fork & spoon, treen handled penknife with helix corkscrew, ivory handled condiment set, monogrammed E.E. French marks, contained in a green tooled Morocco case. £1800-2500
256.    Corkscrews/Wine Collectables: 18th cent. Silver pocket/seal Dutch screw, crescent shaped handle, shell and scrolls repeated above the panels on the screw cover, above fruit and foliage. The base fitted with a probe, stamped I.D.H. The shaft marked with a Dutch control mark c1755. Bladed screw. £150-200
257.    Corkscrews/Wine Collectables: Gold pocket screw, mother of pearl handle, in mallet form. Gold ends and banding, gold sheath. Unmarked. Centre worm. £1200-1500
258.    Corkscrews/Wine Collectables: Steel travelling screw, French diamond cut ring pull joined to the screw by a tear drop shaft. Helix screw. £300-400
259.    Corkscrews/Wine Collectables: 18th cent. Chatelaine, bright cut steel, 5 hanging chains with 2 watch keys, whistle, a seal, and a folding screw housed in a shagreen case. £375-400
260.    Corkscrews/Wine Collectables: Silver, gilt and gold Chatelaine, monogrammed belt hook, the 4 hanger hold a needle case, seals/and relics etc. Bow corkscrew with Archemedean screw, housed in a black leather case, with snakeskin liner. £1200-1500
261.    Corkscrew/Wine Collectables: French Chatelaine in bright cut steel, 4 hangers, instruments include a 3 port seal, chain mail purse, a thimble in a bucket and a bow shaped helix screw. £525-600
262.    Corkscrews/Wine Collectables: Late 18th cent. Bright cut steel Chatelaine, 7 hangers with a photo frame, scissors, needle threader, pencil with gold fold case, perfume bottle, miniature folding screw. £200-300
263.    Militaria: Archive collection relating to The North Somerset Yeomanry from the outbreak of WWII. Eric Coleman was a member of the yeomanry which at this point was still a mounted cavalry unit. The Lot includes his bamboo handled Cavalry Lance measuring 108ins, a photograph of him pig sticking, and an oil painting by Eric Coleman of a cavalry platoon sent out to recover the bodies of Lt. Hyness and Trooper Dance after an engagement in Syria in July 1941 (3). £200-300
264.    WWI Military: Private Alfred Eric Entwisle No: 5064 9th Glasgow Highland Light Infantry, 14th Platoon, 4 Coy. Territorials. He was killed in action on 1/11/16, seventeen days before the end of the Battle of the Somme. His body was eventually found and buried on 16/12/16 by soldiers of the 2nd Battalion Rifle Brigade. The site was shelled & the grave was lost. Eric is commemorated on Pier/face 15c on the Thiepval Memorial, Picardie. Included in this archive are:-
1. Eric's letter home. Sept - Oct 1916 (12) plus a YMCA card & a few from his father & mother. Eric was discrete & very cautious about censorship. Regimental diaries show how intense the battle raged. Hew wrote about the discomforts of war, the pain in his feet, the cold & bivouacking in the wet.. outside & "the Germans let us know they are there ....".
2. An extensive archive of official War Department Regimental & family letters. In December 1918 no record was available of Eric's grave/. In March 1921 his parents were sent the 1914/18 British War Medal. In March 1921 The Death Plaque and The Great War for Civilisation Medal were received, by the family, in February 1922.
3. Included are letters of condolence from family, friends & other soldiers. Some written "somewhere in France", some from V.A.D. War Hospitals.
4. Small quantity of newspaper cuttings.
5. Eric's pencil and a lock of hair. This archive gives an emotive insight into Eric Entwisle's life, death & the impact on his family and friends.
It now requires more research. £100-150
265.    World War One: WWI 14-15 trio, dog tags, bracelet and wound strip to Driver Norman Gray Royal Field Artillery, the medals in original box of issue. NB Henry Aldridge and Son sold Driver Gray's WWI diary and letters for over £3000 in 2018. £200-400
266.    Maritime/WWII/Third Reich: Collection of Bavarian Hapag blue and white china marked with the LAH monogram. The Leibstandarte were Adolf Hitler's personal guard and their LAH logo appears to match the above. (10) £150-250
267.    World War Two/RAF: Photographic archive of approx. 32 black and white images relating to 203 Squadron, including the King's visit, crashed aircraft, Short Bros. Singapore III, etc. £40-70
268.    Badges: Royal Ordinance Corps, Army Service Corps, yellow metal RAF sweetheart badge, Royal Engineers Mizpar brooch, compact, etc. £30-50
269.    Antique Guns: Flintlock muff/travelling pistol, brass barrel with the sides of the frame embellished with flags and the maker W. Bond of Lombard St. London. 5¾ins. £200-300
270.    Edged Weapons: French 1892 Pattern Dragoon bayonet and scabbard. £60-80
271.    Edged Weapons: K98 WWII bayonet with matching numbers 7371 and makers code. £60-80
272.    World War One: Royal Flying Corps/RAF WWI pair to Lt. Edward Bowen Jones Navigator/Surgeon flying helmet. Plus miniatures, dog tags, and associated paperwork. NB Henry Aldridge sold Lt. Bowen Jones' flying jacket and binoculars on 30/03/19 Lot No. 363. £200-300
273.    19th cent. Brass and copper powder flask. 4½ins. £40-70
274.    Militaria: German WWI Minenwerfer Fuse Z. sum. WM1916, which has been modified into it's current form of a paperweight. Originally would have fitted projectiles for the 1916 Heavy Minenwerfer and could have been either HE or gas. £50-80
275.    Scientific Instruments: 20th cent. Field glasses by Lemair, Paris with original brown leather case labelled Broadhurst, Clarkson & Co. London. Plus opera glasses by Lemair, Paris with original black leather pouch. £30-50
276.    Militaria: Nine period WWII booklets relating to Bomber Command, Coastal Command, Battle of Britain, Frontline 1940-41, etc. Good to very good. Plus emergency ration tin, unopened. £40-60
277.    Books, Automobilia: Workshop copy of Data Book of Wheeled Vehicles, fifth edition 1948. Published by DGFV Ministry of Supply. Plus Fowler's Mechanics' and Machinists' pocket book 1948, and later handbooks and guides to vehicle repair. £30-40
278.    Militaria: Box of twelve No. 59 Mk 4 bomb nose cones. In original fitted wooden crate with lid, inside it is marked with a label marked 'NAVAL' N.O.I.D. There is a further very worn label of which only 'RAF' is legible. £100-150
279.    Military: Dress uniform. Royal Naval Reserve. Commander Child MBE RNR dress uniform. £30-50
280.    Militaria: RAF uniforms, includes No. 1 Dress, Mess Dress x 2, together with a pair of miniature medals (General Service and RAF Long Service and Good Conduct). £30-50
281.    Antiquarian Books: Natural History, 'A History of British Birds' by The Rev. F.O Morris, B.A Groombridge & Sons, London 1863 - 1864, in 6 volumes. 10¼ins. x 6ins. Very early edition of this classic bird book. Original green covers with gilt decoration on the spines and front covers. 358 hand coloured plates, some foxing. Overall good to very good condition. £300-500
282.    Local History: Gillmans Devizes Public Register, Business Directory and Family Almanac 1867 - 1869. (4) £30-50
283.    Antiquarian Books: Natural History 'A History of British Butterflies' 1860 by Rev. F.O Morris B.A. Green, black Morocco with five raised bands on spine. Gilt decorated. 71 hand coloured plates. Very good condition. £80-120
284.    Books/Social History: Daily Journal of Gentleman's Trade Assistant 1756 and City Scenes or Peep into London 1828. £30-50
285.    Antiquarian Books: Natural History 'A History of British Butterflies' 1865 by Rev. F.O Morris B.A. Green. Cloth binding with gilt motifs and decoration. Spine 60% detached with some loose pages. 71 hand coloured plates. Fair condition. £60-80
286.    Antiquarian Books: Natural History, British Moths and their Transformations J.O Westwood with illustrated plates by H.N Humphreys, in two volumes. Published by William Smith 1843 and 1845. 124 plates. Condition very good, some wear to edges, original calf binding, gilt rules and leather title pieces to spines. Some foxing to plates. First edition. £150-250
287.    Antiquarian Books: Numismatics 'A Guide to the Study and Arrangement of English Coins' by Henry William Henfrey 1870 first edition, 'A Guide to the Coins of Great Britain and Ireland' by Major W. Stewart Thorburn first edition, 'Annals of the Coinage of Britain and it's Dependencies' Volume VI containing the plates 1819 second edition, plus 'An Essay on Medals' by John Pinkerton. (4 books) £60-80
288.    Books: Miscellaneous collection of 19th century and later volumes to include Avon and Shakespeare's County and Bowrings Decimal System, photo album, etc. (10). £20-40
289.    Photographs: Selection of eight albums and some loose leaf pages of 19th cent. And later photographs. One album chronicling a group of friends tour of the South West of England during the late 1920s and early 1930s. A second album narrating a family's tour of Austria, Germany, and Italy in the early 1950s. £40-60
290.    Antiquarian Books: Numismatics 1747 first edition 'The Metallic History of the Reigns of King William III and Queen Mary, Queen Anne and King George I'. Being a series of near four hundred medals. Leather covered hardboard front and rear covers with intact spine. Good condition. £200-300
291.    Ephemera, Photographs: 19th cent. - 1914, three scrapbooks. One chronicles the life of an Edwardian lady from her birth in 1894 to the summer of 1914, and contains photographs, programmes, telegrams, school reports, finishing school in Paris, drawings, plus many more fascinating scraps. £40-60
292.    Books: History of the Great War. Military Operations Togoland and the Cameroons 1914-16 by Brigadier General F. J. Moberly, published by His Majesty's Stationery Office in 1931. 1 volume. £60-80
293.    Books: History of the Great War. Military Operations France and Belgium 1918 'The Great March Offensive and it's Preliminaries' covers the close of 1917 and the German offensive to March 1918. 'March - April; Continuation of the German Offensives' covers the German offensive in Picardy and Flanders in March and April. 'May - July : The German Diversion Offensives and the First Allied Counter Offensive' covers the Battle of Aisne to the second battle of Marne in early August. Final chapter covers the plans for an Allied offensive. Accompanied by associated Appendices and boxes of maps. (6) £100-150
294.    Books: History of the Great War. Military Operations France and Belgium 1916. Volume V covering General Sir Douglas Haig's appointment to command the British Expeditionary Force on 19th December 1915 through to July 1916 and the Battle of the Somme. Volume VI continues the narrative of the Somme battles July 1916 through to November 1916. Compiled by Brigadier General Sir James E. Edmonds and Captain Wilfred Miles. Maps and sketches by Major A. F. Becke. Accompanied by 2 books of Appendices and 1 box of maps. (5) £100-150
295.    Books: History of the Great War. Military Operations France and Belgium 1914. Volume I covering the Mons retreat to the Seine, the Marne and the Aisne, August - October 1914, and box of associated maps. Volume II covering Antwerp to Ypres, September - November 1914, and box of associated maps. Both compiled by Brigadier General Sir James E. Edmonds. Maps and sketches compiled by Major A. F. Becke. (4) £100-150
296.    Books: History of the Great War. Military Operations France and Belgium 1915. Volume III covering the last weeks of 1914 and the continuing battle of Ypres to May 1915, and box of associated maps. Volume IV covering the battles of Aubers Ridge through to Loos and associated box of maps. Both compiled by Brigadier General Sir James Edmonds. Maps and sketches compiled by Major A. F. Becke. (4) £100-150
297.    Books: History of the Great War. Military Operations Macedonia 'From the Spring 1917 to the End of the War' compiled by Captain Cyril Falls, maps compiled by Major A. F. Becke. 1 volume and associated box of maps. Published by His Majesty's Stationery Office 1935. (2) £100-150
298.    Books: History of the Great War. Military Operations Macedonia 'From the Outbreak of War to the Spring of 1917' compiled by Captain Cyril Falls, maps compiled by Major A. F. Becke. 1 volume and associated box of maps. Published by His Majesty's Stationery Office 1933. (2) £100-150
299.    Books: History of the Great War. Military Operations Egypt and Palestine 'From June 1917 to the End of the War' compiled by Captain Cyril Falls, maps compiled by Major A. F. Becke. 2 volumes and associated box of maps. Published by His Majesty's Stationery Office 1930. (3) £60-80
300.    Books: History of the Great War. Military Operations Egypt and Palestine 'From the Outbreak of War With Germany to June 1917' compiled by Sir George MacMunn and Captain Cyril Falls, 1 volume and associated box of maps compiled by the same. Published by His Majesty's Stationery Office in 1928. (2) £60-80
301.    Maps/Maritime: Union Steam Ship Company map of South Africa c1898. 20ins. x 20ins. £20-40
302.    World War Two Autographs: Studio signed photograph of Field Marshall B. L. Montgomery. Portrait by Van Dyk London c1944 - 1946. Framed and glazed. 13¾ins. x 9¾ins. Image 9ins. x 6ins. Plus a copy of 'Life' magazine May 15, 1944. £500-700
303.    Beatles: Brian Epstein business card given to the vendor's wife's uncle who was Mr Epstein's tailor at Huntsmans on Savile Row. £120-180
304.    Autographs: Jimi Hendrix (1942-1970) fold over card signed in blue ink 'Jimi Hendrix'. NB The card was given to the vendor, who is a musician, by his management company when he was signed by Sony BMG. It is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity. £600-800
305.    Edward VII 1841 - 1910: A fascinating archive of over seventy letters (mostly with envelopes), telegrams, and one watercolour from the Prince of Wales and later Edward VII. They date from the 1870s to around 1909. They are written to a close friend, Mrs A. Spencer, the vendor's great great aunt. They are written from locations such as Windsor Castle, Sandringham, Royal Yachts Osbourne, and Victoria and Albert, as well as numerous other stately homes around the country. A fascinating collection. £2000-3000
306.    Charles Robert Burton Collection: Special Air Service, Gieves & Hawkes SAS buttons with accompanying note to Charles Burton's wife from Gieves, together with a cut glass tankard engraved with the SAS regimental crest. Height 5½ins. Plus a collection of personal and Transglobe related items such as press report, t-shirt, and signed copy of Ranulph Fiennes autobiography 'Living Dangerously'. £80-120
307.    Musical Instruments: Stainer violin with impressed stamp and label, plus Paul H. London bow. In fitted case. £50-70
308.    Roberts 'Revival' Radio, green leather case model No. R 250. Black and silver label to inside cover. £40-50
309.    20th cent. Norman Jones Sweet chestnut miniature furniture, refectory table 10ins x 5ins, wheel lock chair, Windsor chair with crinoline stretcher, child's stick back high chair A/F. All signed hand made miniatures Devon. All 3¾ins high.(4). £100-150
310.    Automobilia: A selection of plate tankard, trophies, ashtrays, pin dishes, and five stainless steel goblets given as trophies in the 1970s, for various rallying competitions by the Civil Service Motoring Association. £20-40
311.    Automobilia: 1960s Stadium, Project 4, scooter helmet. Bronze and black with white leather and blue silk lining. £30-50
312.    Automobilia: Eight pewter half pint tankards and a one pint tankard given as trophies in the 1960s for various rallying competitions by the Civil Service Motoring Association. £20-40
313.    Sporting - Cricket: Junior 1960s cricket bat "The Record Driver" containing autographs of the West Indies team.
1966 West Indies

1. Gary Sobers 10. Jackie Hendriks
2. Conrad Hunte 11. Joey Carew
3. Lance Gibbs 12. Basil Butcher
4. Joe Solomon 13. David Holford
5. Rohan Kanhai 14. Rawle Brancker
6. Wes Hall 15. Peter Lashley
7. Seymour Nurse 16. Easton McMorris
8. David Allan 17. Rudolph Cohen
9. Charlie Griffith

Jeff Stollmeyer
W F Hoyos

314.    Cricket Memorabilia/Ashes: Cricket bat autographed MCC Tour of Australia 1950-51 and Warwickshire County Champions 1950-1951. Also signed by Don Bradman and a second signature by Eric Hollies.

Warwickshire Australia MCC Tourists
Tom Dollery Lindsay Hassett Freddie Brown
Jimmy Ord Arthur Morris Dennis Compton
Charlie Grove Don Tallon Len Hutton
Ray Weeks Ray Lindwall Godfrey Evans
Don Taylor Bill Johnston Alec Bedser
Bert Wolton Jack Iverson Trevor Bailey
Ray Hitchcock Jim Burke Cyril Washbrook
Alan Townsend Sam Loxton Arthur McIntyre
Eric Hollies Graeme Hole Eric Hollies
Fred Gardner Ian Johnson Brian Statham
Tom Pritchard Keith Miller David Sheppard
Dick Spooner Roy Tattersall
Brian Close
Doug Wright

315.    Sporting: Walter Lindrum World Champion cue and case. £30-50
316.    19th cent. Walnut tea box with brass bound decoration, plus a 19th cent. rosewood sarcophagus style tea box. (2). £50-80
317.    19th cent. Rosewood tea caddy of sarcophagus form. 12ins. x 6ins. £60-80
318.    19th cent. Mahogany games box, boxwood inlay. The interior has four sections for gaming pieces. 14ins. £50-80
320.    19th cent. Brass bound burr wood ladies dome top letter box/rack with purple plush interior. 9½ins. £100-150
321.    19th cent. Brass bound burr wood ladies dome top letter box/rack with blue fitted interior. 9½ins. £70-100
322.    Smoking Requisites: 20th cent. Oak pipe rack with glazed door and single drawer. 12ins. £20-40
323.    19th cent. Tooled leather perfume box, six divisions with four bottles and stoppers with red velvet interior. £50-80
324.    Late 18th/early 19th cent. Mahogany decanter stand with brass carrying handles and oval plaque bearing the name of Mr F. Ferguson. The interior contains six divisions. 12ins. £50-80
325.    19th cent. Rosewood and mahogany inlaid sewing box with fitted interior. £50-80
326.    Travel - Hallmarked Silver: Early 20th cent. Ladies travel case by Walker & Hall. Contains hallmarked silver topped fittings, including brushes, mirror, and various bottles, etc by Walker & Hall London 1918 and others. £200-300
327.    Taxidermy: Early 20th cent. Avian group of waxwings and lesser spotted woodpecker, in glass case. 13ins. x 18ins. £40-60
328.    19th cent. Grand Tour mother of pearl shells carved with religious themes - Last Supper, Mary Joseph and Jesus, etc. The largest 5¼ins. Dia. to 4¼ins. Dia. (4) £100-150
329.    Metalware: 19th cent. Cast iron letter box and door knocker. Kenpick No. 46. £20-40
330.    17th cent. Cristofano Allori - After. Oil on copper panel 'St Catherine of Sienna at Prayer' cursive script on reverse states "Del Cigoli" Civoli Luiga Carda with biography label below Clarence Earp Church Road, Seaford with accompanying letter from Mark Wrey, Christies with opinion and after to auction. Framed and glazed 12ins. x 10ins. requires restoration & conservation. £200-300
331.    Toys: Railway set Meccano Hornby '0' Gauge No. 2 clockwork set with Shell tank wagon, LMS cattle truck, LMS open wagon, and LMS full brake van. All good to very good. Plus electric LMS 2180 Locomotive in very good condition (no clockwork loco), with track. In original box, fair condition, no labels. £100-150
332.    Ocean Liner: Queen Mary launch brochure, P & O, Caronia, limited edition P & O Victoria print and other later Cunard interest. £20-40
333.    Crystal and Glass: Selection of iridescent paperweights, hanging crystals, flowers and key rings etc. AF. 1 tray (tray not included). £30-50
334.    Glass and Crystal: Cat ornaments and figurines including 4 x Lenox frosted glass cats and 2 laser etched crystal blocks. (16). £40-60
336.    Glass and Crystal: Family of Elephants including Inspiration Africa elephant (AF), 2 x rhino and 2 x hippo. £40-60
337.    Glass and Crystal: Swarovski crystal horse and wolf. Cut glass powder pot with butterfly finial x 2, crystal flower candle holders, crystal pineapple, water lily candle holder, crystal paperweight. 7 in total. Plus misc. small items, etc. £60-80
338.    Toys: Gund Pooh Bear soft toy and Eden Paddington Bear with all labels. Plus a dark blue U.S. Bear. £20-40
339.    Shelley c1920-30: Art deco Regent pattern Mabel Lucie Attwell child's teaware - Fairy Town Motoring Trio plus side plate, 'Old Donk' donkey and cart trio, 'Old Donk' donkey and cart cup and two side plates, Fairy Town little man in a caravan cup x 2 and Little men and caravan 3 x side plates (15).
340.    Toys: Early 20th cent. Armand Marseille baby doll, bisque head, open mouth, composition body in need of complete restoration, has detached eyes and limbs. Plus three miniature bisque dolls heads and miniature dress. £20-30
341.    c1940 Toys: Monkey with jointed arms and legs, felt painted face, glass eyes. 20ins. Teddy, glass eyes, jointed arms and legs. Both are well loved. Plus Mamod steam engine. £30-50
342.    Early 20th cent. Hollow casts, toy soldiers, all play worn, mainly Guard bandsman. Approx. 50 plus. £20-30
343.    Toys: W. Britain 'Home Farm Series'. Hollow casts Horse Rake and Driver No. 8F, boxed. Plus unboxed Corn Bin, Beehive, Man and Barrow, Farmer, Lawn Mower, and Milkmaid. All play worn. £50-70
344.    Toys: W. Britain 'Home Farm Series'. Hollow cast figure set, unboxed, Blacksmith, Anvil, Horse, Forge with Bellows, and Well. £30-50
345.    Toys: W. Britain 'Home Farm Series'. G. P. Plough No. 6F. Box containing miscellaneous damaged or very play worn items, including fencing, figures, animals, birds, etc. £20-30
346.    Toys: W. Britain 'Home Farm Series'. Farm Wagon Pair and Carter 5F boxed. Plus unboxed Whipper 5 Hounds and Fox. All play worn. £50-70
347.    Games & Pastimes: 20th cent. Staunton style chess pieces contained in treen box. Plus 19th cent. Children's book depicting children at play, one page has a study of a young man on a penny farthing with a sign post giving direction, London to Devizes. Book is very fragile. £30-50
348.    Toys - Meccano: Mahogany box of play worn including blue, red, gold & green, numerous tins marked 37F and 37G. £40-70
349.    Numismatics: British bank notes. Sequential group of five uncirculated Jasper Hollom £1 notes C69R 648296 - C69R 648300. However note No. C69R 648299 is without serial numbers. Paper clip imprint top left corner. £180-250
350.    Numismatics - Coins: Selection of cupro nickel, GB & other coins including crowns, 2007 diamond wedding presentation pack and a Tate & Lyle 75 years commemorative medallion and a Sunny Jims Force pre-decimal collection presentation pack. £20-30
351.    Coins: Crowns in presentation cases (20+), Coronation Jubilee £5, pin badges and Churchill Crown. £20-30
352.    Numismatics - Paper Money: One album containing forty one German notes dating from 1904 - 1939 including the 1923 50 million mark note. £100-150
353.    Numismatics: British coins. Collection of Elizabeth II Crowns, including two Churchill's (17), plus two 1993, 40 year reign £5 coins, and four presentation pack of Britain's first decimal coins. £20-40
354.    Coins: Charles II crown 1662 fair, George III crowns x 2 very worn, George IV crown good. £80-120
355.    Coins: Full and half silver florins, crowns and others. George II, III, V, 1.8oz full silver 6.5oz half silver. Used GB 1s notes and Barbados $2 and $5 notes. £60-80
356.    Fashion: Women's evening/dinner dress gold colour silk tie, floor length, square neck sheath dress, long sleeve Chanel style jacket. Approx. Size 14/16. £30-50
357.    Fashion: Women's evening dress, olive green satin, sheath style, pleats over bodice, fully lined, lace embroidered bolero jacket with long sleeves. A very elegant dress. Approx. Size 14/16. £30-50
358.    Fashion: Women's stunning evening dress, bought by the vendor to attend the Summer Ball at the Royal Naval College, Dartmouth in the 1970s. Silk Georgette lined with two black underskirts, halter neck. The neckline is black and shades down through purple to deep pink at the hem line, the dress is heavily embroidered in descending lines of sparkling bead work. Also included is a black silk Georgette embroidered stole. Approx. Size 12. £80-100
359.    20th cent. Japanese Imari charger, pale blue ground with ribbon decoration depicting - blossoms, birds and geometric pattern. Diameter 18ins. £60-100
360.    20th cent. Chinese decorative fan, bamboo, paper. Blade length 26ins. Label states Fujian. Made in China. £30-50
361.    Late 19th/early 20th cent. Chinese treen carved wedding basket decorated with a cinnabar red ground and panels depicting flowers and insects, with gilt embellishments. 7½ins. The cover 6ins. Height including handle 12½ins. £60-80
362.    Late 19th/early 20th cent. Chinese cloissoné bowl. Five toed dragon and pearl decoration inside and outer black ground with multicoloured enamels. Red ochre square mark to base with four black characters. Dia. 8ins. £80-120
363.    19th cent. Chinese ceramic bowl, finely marked characters to base. Foot, side, and inside hand painted in blues and of a floral motif. 4¾ins. Dia. 2¼ins. Tall. £60-80
364.    Chinese: Pak Tong incense burner or koro with cover, four character reign mark. £60-80
365.    20th cent. Japanese chinoiserie jewellery box with gilt decorations 8ins. £30-50
366.    Oriental: 19th cent. Turquoise ground Chinese cloisonné ginger jar and lid. 13½ins. £80-120
367.    Japanese Bronze: Two handled vase, strap work design, stylised bamboo handles, unsigned base with cast diagonal diamond pattern. £150-250
368.    Chinese Art: 19th cent. Watercolour and ink on silk. Children bearing fruit accompanied by the immortal Shou Lao riding a speckled deer. Signed and seal mark top left. Framed and glazed. 18ins. x 13½ins. £80-120
369.    Late 19th/early 20th cent. Chinese Cloisonne single gourd shaped vases. Two dragons chasing the pearl, blue ground, multicoloured enamel, gilt rim, shoulders and base. Both A/F, unsigned. A pair. 10ins. £50-80
370.    18th cent. And later, collection of tea bowls cups and saucers including Chinese Staffordshire, Imperial Russian, Vienna, etc. Approx. 14 £40-60
371.    Late 19th/early 20th cent. Chinese Armorial tea ware. Blue floral wreath with monogrammed shield, initials 'F.G'. Dart and dot decoration to rim, blue, gilt, red, and green internal bands. Comprises teabowls x 10. 3¼ins. Dia. Rice bowls x 4. 3¼ins. Dia, 1 x 5½ins. Shallow bowls x 4. 6ins. Dia. Possibly unmarked first period Worcester replacements. Pot with twisted handles and acorn finial. Separate items all A/F items - large bowl and teabowl 8ins (minor chip). Teabowl, rice bowl, large bowl all broken and a Famille Rose jar. £400-600
372.    Beswick: Palomino Race Horse, gloss finish, Bois Roussel, gloss finish, Royal Doulton Foal, standing and a Palomino Foal. £30-50
373.    Pottery & Porcelain: Royal Doulton HN982, Sealyham Standing Style One, white with black and tan patches over ears, 1930 - 1936. £150-200
374.    Royal Doulton: Flambe elephant and calf. HN3548. £40-60
375.    20th cent. Ceramics: Beswick Comfort Dogs 4½ins, Royal Doulton 10ins, Zanolli Dalmatian Dogs on oval blue base, a pair, Kaiser Cat, white matt finish. £40-60
376.    20th cent. Ceramics: Midwinter Stylecraft part tea set comprising, pot, milk jug, 6 x side plates, cups, and saucers. £30-50
377.    20th cent. German Blanc de Chine bird figures. Woodpecker 7ins, and Kingfisher 6¼ins, both marked Berlin. Plus a Treecreeper marked Dresden. 6ins. £60-90
378.    Fashion: Amanda Suarez pashmina fuschia pink with black bead fringe. Boxed. £30-50
379.    Designer Desk Furniture: Asprey & Company black leather covered free standing photo frame. Curved design with Asprey box and dust cover. 6½ins. x 5ins. £80-120
380.    Fashion - Handbag: Salvatore Ferragamo mini gancini evening bag, black calf leather, gilt metal fitting and strap - boxed. £100-150
381.    Fashion/Handbags: Gucci black patent leather shoulder bag, sand coloured lining. Gucci trademark stamp on leather label to inside of opening flap, also Gucci gilt tag to zip on inside compartment. Gilt furnishings to bag, comes complete with dust jacket, Gucci Certificate, and original box. This bag was purchased at the Sydney Opera House. £300-350
382.    20th cent. Fashion: Radley handbag 1950s style rose red leather, punched decoration, drawstring bag, etc. £30-40
383.    20th cent. Ceramics: Midwinter Rosell part coffee set comprising coffee pot, water jug, milk jugs x 2, sugar bowls x 2, teacups x 4, coffee cups x 6, saucers x 6. Plus Spanish Garden part coffee set comprising coffee pot, milk jug, sugar bowl, cups and saucers x 6, sandwich plates x 2. £20-40
384.    20th cent. Ceramics: Midwinter Stonehenge brown leaf pattern part dinner service comprising dinner plates x 6, side plates x 5, coffee pot, milk jug x 2, cups x 6, plus others. £20-40
385.    Lladro: Ceramic figures of ladies with animals. 9ins. to 11ins. (3). £20-40
386.    Lladro: Figure group 'Mothers day' 9½ins. £50-80
387.    Lladro: Ceramic figures of ladies mostly with animals. Ranging from 6ins to 10½ins. £30-50
388.    20th cent. Ceramics: Lladro, Lladro Collectors Society porcelain cups depicting embossed sailing ships, the second cup depicts dolphins at play. Don Quixote, Lladro Collectors Society plaque with black ink signature, Lladro Society scroll decorated with a dove, feather and a rose, Lladro poodle puppy figurine, plus 'Girl with Pig' 1011, 'Girl Playing Ukulele'.
389.    Nao by Lladro: Ceramic table lamp and shade and five figures of ladies with babies or animals. (6). £50-80
390.    Late 19th/early 20th cent. Staffordshire Pottery. A pair of miniature Staffordshire figures of ram and ewe on cream base shredded clay decoration, a pair also fairing, 'Shall we sleep first' A/F. Plus a miniature figure of a male apple seller, gold anchor mark (Samson) to base. £50-80
391.    19th cent. Ceramics: Parian relief graduated apostle jugs, chip to base of one jug. Possibly Wedgwood (3). Plus a green man unsigned jug. £80-120
392.    19th cent. Ceramics: Royal Crown Derby Imari pattern pair of pourri pots. Plus Worcester pourri pot decorated with pheasants in woodland setting, decorated by W. H. Austin. No. 279 purple back stamp. Please note both these items are A/F. £80-120
393.    Meissen: Cabinet cup, 2½ins. diameter and saucer, 4ins. diameter, decorated with turquoise alternate panels. £50-80
394.    Meissen: Cabinet cup, 2½ins. diameter and saucer, 4ins. diameter, decorated with turquoise alternate panels. £50-80
395.    Meissen: Cabinet plates 8¼ins, diameter, turquoise & lilac - a pair. £50-80
396.    Helena Wolfson: Inkwell & stand decorated with turquoise floral panels with alternate panels of lovers, Diameter 4½ins. x Height 3½ins. bears a Augustus Rex mark to base, (Wear to gilding). £80-120
397.    Helena Wolfson: Scallop edged cabinet cup and saucer decorated yellow floral panels, alternate panels of lovers, plus spare matching cup. All bear the Augustus Rex mark in blue to base. £50-80
398.    Helena Wolfson: two handled quatrefoil shape decorated cup and saucer, blue floral panels, alternate panels of lovers, cup 3ins. Saucer 5½ins. x 4¾ins. All bear Augustus Rex mark in blue to base. £50-80
399.    Helena Wolfson: two handled cabinet trio of quatrefoil shape decorated pink floral panels, alternated panels of lovers, cup with fluted rim 3¼ins x 2¾ins. Saucer 4ins x 5ins. plate 5¼ins. x 4¾ins. All bear Augustus Rex mark to base. £50-80
400.    Helena Wolfson: Scallop edged cabinet cup and saucer decorated pink floral panels, alternated panels lovers, plus spare matching cup. All bear the Augustus Rex mark in blue to base. £50-80
401.    Meissen: Cabinet plates 8¼ins, diameter, blue and yellow - a pair. £50-80
402.    German Porcelain: Oval figure group, a boy with posy the girl playing a mandolin seated on a wheat sheaf - Augustus Rex blue mark to base. Repair to feet and arm. 6ins. x 5ins. x 3½ins. £50-80
403.    Dresden: Poly chrome German military Napoleonic Wars ceramic figures. Carl Thiem 'Officer de L'artillerie 1833', height 9⅛?ins. Plus another '1813 Artillour' Sitzendorf. Double crossed line mark. Height 8¾ins. £150-250
404.    20th cent. Dresden: Poly chrome German military Napoleonic Wars ceramic figures, Hussar and Naval Officer. Blue Dresden mark to base, 'haudarbeit' and impressed characters, on gilt bases. Height 9¾ins. £60-100
405.    Michael Garman: 20th cent. American born 1938 Texas sculpture - Cavalry Captain, cold painted terracotta, inscribed to base Copyright 1969 Michael Garman. Provenance: Given to the present owner a high ranking British Officer and Military Attaché by his American counterpart Jeff Fields whilst both served during the first Gulf War. £100-150
406.    Studio Pottery: Richard Wilson baluster vase with flared rim, decorated in pastel hues. Seal mark to base. Height 6½ins. £40-60
407.    Poole: Stoneware animals include owl, frog, duck and mice. (5). £20-40
408.    20th cent. Ceramics: Poole Dephis charger with abstract design, blue black on red ground. 10½ins. £40-60
409.    Ceramics: 19th cent. English ceramic desert service comprising of floral pattern painted tureens x 4, plates x 11 and 2 odd comports. £60-80
410.    Ceramics: 20th cent. Midwinter Stonehenge, creation pattern tea/coffee set. One tea/coffee pot, large water jug, milk jugs x 2, lidded sugar bowls x 2, teacups x 5, coffee cups and saucers x 6, various plates x 6, and condiments. £40-60
411.    Studio Pottery: Large David McDowell oblong fruit bowl decorated with pears. 16ins. x 18ins. Plus three other Studio items signed. £50-80
412.    20th cent. Bronzed bust of Otto Van Bismarck, signed on reverse Schuler F.C. 11ins. £80-120
413.    Copeland: Parian bust of Lord Beaconsfield after Malempre, impressed title and marks to reverse. £60-80
414.    Moorcroft c1987. Finches and fruit jug, initials William Moorcroft to base. Height 5½ins. Star crack to body. £40-60
415.    Moorcroft: Blue ground vase with stylised floral decoration. 5½ins. £60-80
416.    Troika. Jane Fitzgerald Newlyn moon or wheel vase. Vivid blue ground, geometric and figural design, signed to base Troika Cornwall J.F. Dia. 6½ins. £100-150
417.    Ruskin. Iridescent 'Kingfisher' vase, impressed to base Ruskin England 1920. Height 6⅜?ins. £150-250
418.    Clarice Cliff: Fantasque 1929-30 conical bowl - umbrella pattern, orange, black, blue, yellow & green decoration. Black "Clarice Cliff Fantasque" mark to base. Diameter 6ins. Height 3ins. £400-600
419.    Clarice Cliff: Fantasque 1929-30 bowl - umbrella pattern, unusual red, blue and black decoration. Black hand painted "Clarice Cliff Fantasque - Wilkinsons Ltd made in England" mark to base. (Wear to inside of bowl and minor 2¼ins. crack just above base.) Diameter 9½ins. x Height 4ins. £250-300
420.    Pottery & Porcelain: Clarice Cliff 1993 Newport Pottery geometric conical vase shape 656, in the Coral Firs/Taormina pattern printed under glaze, mark on underside. Small chip to base. Height 12ins. £150-250
421.    20th cent. Ceramics: Griselda Hill (Wemyss Ware) preserve pot decorated with black chickens, date 8-8-92. V.R on cover. £50-70
422.    Pottery & Porcelain: Clarice Cliff Newport Pottery honey pot in the form of a beehive. Chip to lid. £30-50
423.    Ceramics: 20th cent. Carlton Ware Kang-Hsi, blue ground with gilt and coloured enamel decoration jug, bowl, basin, soap dish, and toothbrush holder. £100-150
424.    Glassware: Bohemian style amber goblets with decorated stems x 6. £30-40
425.    19th cent. Bohemian glass bowl of dodecagon form with bulbous body and flared neck. Cobalt blue panels finished with gilt decoration and star at base. Neck dia. 6¼ins. Body dia. 7½ins. Height 8ins. £80-120
426.    Early 19th cent. Drinking Glasses: Knop stem rummers, the bowl etched and engraved Huntsmen x 3, hounds, chasing a fox, and 2 wheel engraved trees 6 x 4½ins. rim 3½ins. £80-120
427.    Glass - Royalty: Edward VIII 1936 Thomas Goode & Co. limited edition Edward VIII accession and abdication glass 19/50. 4½ins. £60-100
428.    Glass: 20th Century hollow stem champagne glasses, 4 powell glasses, Venetian style glass figures of a man and women etc. Art and Design: Arne Jacobsen stainless steel ice bucket and tongs, plus Chris Middleton hip flask.
429.    Glassware: 19th cent. Ruby wineglasses x 2. 4½ins. Plus a pair of Thomas Webb double gourd green candlesticks. 7½ins. £40-60
430.    Glassware: 18th/19th cent. Set of eight Bristol blue/green rummer's with stem decoration. 4ins. £200-300
431.    Glassware: The Bob Gray Collection of 18th, 19th century and later glassware. Numerous examples from wine, custard glasses to rummers. (26) £200-300
432.    20th cent. Glassware: Waterford crystal 'Lismore' perfume bottle with extended a applicator - boxed. £40-60
433.    19th cent. Oriental (possibly Japanese) for the overseas market E.P fish servers, with ornately carved bone handles, one depicting an ape holding eagle atop mountain, the other similar but also with a snake. Blade marked HA, EA, PA and a figure with bamboo. Cased. £150-200
434.    Silver Plate: 19th cent. Sheffield plate candlesticks marked with a single sun mark (possibly Matthew Boulton). 12ins. £100-150
435.    19th cent. Silver on copper candelabra, 2 branch with floral decoration, unmarked. 18ins. high. £40-60
436.    Silver plated coaster and assorted items (3), ashtray, pepper pot, and brooch. £20-40
437.    Glassware: 20th cent. Decanters, two of tapered design with hallmarked silver collars and one of bulbous design. (3) £40-60
438.    Hallmarked Silver & Tortoiseshell: Dressing table items including 2 clothes brushes, 2 hair brushes, 2 make-up jars and 3 hand mirrors. £200-250
439.    Jewellery: Silver hallmarked miniature chain Sheffield 1900-01, maker SEL. 9ct gold crucifix on yellow metal chain, 925 marked white metal brooch inset with amber, a leather bound music box, plus miscellaneous scrap silver 2oz. £20-40
440.    Hallmarked Silver: Christening cup with cherub, floral and reed pattern by The Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company. Hallmarked London 1902. With fitted case. Weight 5.14oz. £30-50
441.    Patrick Mavros Hallmarked Silver: Wine coaster "Elephant Family". Diameter 5ins. 22oz inclusive - boxed. £600-900
442.    Hallmarked Silver: Early 20th cent. Set of six small drinking goblets hallmarked Sheffield 1912, with silversmiths mark for Lee & Wigfull (Henry Wigfull). 6.9oz. £50-70
443.    Patrick Mavros Hallmarked Silver: Desk ornament "Warthog Family" on treen base 14.9oz including base. Length 8½ins. £200-250
443A.   Patrick Mavros Hallmarked Silver: Cocktail spoons with Hippo and Lion finials x 2. Length 9½ins. combined weight 1.2ozs. boxed. £100-150
444.    Limited Edition Hallmarked Silver: Hallmarked London, Pietro Annigoni, Silver Jubilee commemorative plate in original presentation box. 11oz. £100-150
445.    Limited Edition Hallmarked Silver: Hallmarked London, Pietro Annigoni, Silver Jubilee commemorative plate in original presentation box. 11oz.
446.    Hallmarked Silver: Framed dressing table mirror with scroll pattern. £140-180
447.    Hallmarked Silver: Cups, a pair, Birmingham AJZ, Arthur & John Zimmermann 1905-06. Plus hallmarked silver caddy spoon Chester marks 1910-11. 4.2oz combined. Including two later plastic posy flower inserts. £40-60
448.    Hallmarked Silver: Spoons etc. Maker Robert Wallis, sugar tongs George Wintle, mustard spoons x 2 Norwegian enamel gilt. Egon Lauridsen, 4½oz. Plus salt shovels indistinct marks, gilt bowl and plated lobster pick, and ornate sugar tongs. £40-60
449.    Silver: Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Sheffield. Hallmarked, four division toast rack. £20-40
450.    Hallmarked Silver: Perfume flask, elongated heart shaped with screw knop top and safety chain. Birmingham marks. 4½ins. x 2½ins. 60g inclusive. £30-60
451.    Hallmarked Silver: Engine turned pin box on fine supports, silk lined, Birmingham mark, Hukin & Heath Ltd. 1922-23. 2oz inclusive. Plus sugar bowl, worn marks, London. 2½oz. £40-50
452.    Hallmarked Silver: Victorian Rococo style Christening knife, fork and spoon set. London marks. 60g. Inclusive. Boxed. £30-50
453.    Hallmarked Silver: Fruit knife with mother of pearl handle. Hallmarked date c1836. Maker Thomas Sansom, Sheffield. Supplied with original case. £30-50
454.    Hallmarked Military Silver: Garrard & Co. Lidded cigarette box engraved with Essex Regiment (Waterloo Eagle) crest Garrard London 1970-71. 18½oz including liner, with original box. £150-200
455.    Hallmarked Military Silver: Regimental flatware. Dinner forks bearing the crest of 60th Regt. Royal American Regiment later K.R.R.C. London marks Soloman Hougham 1815 (Peninsular Campaign). 4¼oz. (2). £80-120
456.    Hallmarked Military Silver: Art style Essex Regiment two handled trophy engraved Waterloo Eagle '44 Challenge Cup Officers and Sergeants. Sheffield marks 1921. 10oz. £90-120
457.    Hallmarked Military Silver: Coffee pot engraved Essex Regiment Crest 'Pompadours'. Worn hallmarks London 1889-89. 9½oz inclusive. £90-120
458.    Hallmarked Silver: Georgian basting spoon London marks - Richard Crossley 1800. Approx. 3½oz. Length 12ins. £50-80
459.    19th cent. Hallmarked Silver: Paper knife with worked ivory blade 11ins. Handle with diagonal floral motifs worn marks. 5¾ins. £30-50
460.    Hallmarked Silver: Silver framed perpetual calendar 1911. Hallmarked Sheffield. 5.9oz. £60-90
461.    Hallmarked Silver: Dessert forks, Sheffield marks James Deakin & Sons 1897 (12) 15oz. £150-180
462.    Hallmarked Silver: Georgian harlequin dessert spoons, various London makers including Charles Boyton x 4 plus 2 others (6) 6oz. £60-90
463.    Hallmarked Silver: Dessert spoon x 2, sauce ladle and a condiment spoon x 3, various makes and dates. 8oz. £80-100
464.    Hallmarked Silver: Lidded mustard, Victorian London marks S.W., and an earlier spoon plus mustard Georgian marks. 7oz. £70-90
465.    Hallmarked Silver: Inkwells, one Capstan style hallmarked Birmingham 1911, the other square crystal base silver top hallmarked Birmingham 1913. (2) £20-30
466.    Hallmarked Silver: Georgian & later spoons x 6 plus bright cut sugar tongs and a small oval picture frame. Mainly London marks. 4oz. £40-60
467.    Hallmarked Silver: Hip flask, silver body and cup, Sheffield marks 1900-1901. 7oz £100-150
468.    Hallmarked Silver: Large ladle, Sheffield James Deakin & Sons. 7oz. £70-90
469.    Hallmarked Silver: Embossed creamer, shell pattern & hoof feet, initialed E.W London marks 1743. Unidentified makers. 3.6oz. Plus a bird beak jug A/F. £120-150
470.    Hallmarked Silver: Cocktail sticks with cockerel finials, Birmingham 1928. £20-30
471.    Hallmarked Silver: Dressing table accessories, mirror, brushes, etc. cherub pattern, hallmarked London 1957. Plus silver cigar cutter hallmarked London 1910. £40-60
472.    Hallmarked Silver: Small tankard, Sheffield marks James Dixon & Sons. 4oz. £30-50
473.    Hallmarked Silver: Sugar sifter hallmarked Birmingham 1967. Weight 3.10oz. £20-30
474.    Russian Silver: A Russian 84 standard silver swing-handled small basket, Pavel Ovchinnikov, Assay Master Nikolay Nikolayevich Korbitsky, Moscow. Plain oval, the sides rounded at the base, on a collet foot, simple loop handle, marked with Imperial Warrant dating to 1887. 16.6oz.
Ovchinnikov's workshop produced silver, gold and enamel wares of the highest quality and he was awarded the Imperial warrant to Tsar Nicholas III, as well as being recognised as official supplier to Vittorio Emanuele II of Italy and Christian IX of Denmark. His products are of the finest quality and range to include the most finely worked enamel decorated pieces. £800-1000
475.    Imperial Russian Silver: Early 20th cent. Harlequin tea set comprising a teapot and sugar bowl bearing the marks for Pavel Ovchinnikov of Moscow, and the creamer with a St. Petersburg mark. Approx. 38oz. £800-1000
476.    Hallmarked Silver Britannia: C1710 Phillips 1986 fine quality pair of silver sugar castors. The bodies of traditional turned bellied style, pedestal foot rim, pierced canopy and finial. Engraved coat of arms. Britannia standard 15oz. Maker Jacob Margas, London. Marks rubbed. £500-800
477.    Silver: Birmingham hallmarked Christening mug, makers mark ESP. Approx. 7oz. £60-80
478.    Silver: Georgian milk jug with shell, leaf and gadroon decoration. Date 1816, hallmarked London. 4.75oz. £40-60
478A.   Silver: Victorian sugar bowl with shell, leaf and gadroon decoration. Date 1876, hallmarked Sheffield. 11.95oz. £110-140
479.    Hallmarked Silver: Vesta case, hallmarked Birmingham 1901. 0.7oz. 2¼ins. x 1¼ins. £50-70
480.    Hallmarked Silver: Card case, hinged. Hallmarked Birmingham 1882. 17.5oz. 2ins. x 3¼ins. £130-150
481.    Hallmarked Silver: Tiffany & Co. miniature folding photo frame 2¼ins. x 1¾ins. closed, 3¼ins. x 2¼ins. open, 1.4oz inclusive. £30-50
482.    Brooch/paper knife decorated with moonstones. Date 1971, hallmarked London. 1.78oz. £50-80
483.    Hallmarked Silver: Spoon (Roman replica), hallmarked Birmingham 1968. 27g. £60-70
484.    18th cent. Buckle, Rococo silver design scrollwork set with turquoise x 2, small sapphires x 10, rubies x 6, plus small jadeite (1 missing), test as silver. 20g. Inclusive. £200-300
485.    Hallmarked Silver: Georgian creamer of plain form, London marks William Hall 1806. 5oz. £70-90
486.    Hallmarked Silver: Shell rimmed salver, Birmingham marks 1903. 12oz. £120-150
487.    Jewellery: Art deco white metal marcasite necklace. (Tests as silver). Weight 29.4g. £200-300
488.    Hallmarked Silver: Necklet silver twisted rope, hallmarked Sheffield 1987. Length 20½ins. Weight 31.5g. £10-20
489.    Silver Jewellery: Necklet white metal twisted rope. Length 24ins. Weight 41.9g. (Tests as silver) £20-30
490.    Costume Jewellery: Malachite ring, earrings, jade and metal ring. £30-50
491.    Hallmarked Gold: 9ct. Gold fancy hammered curb link chain. Hallmarked London. Width 5.5mm, length 56cm. Weight 34.7g. £450-550
492.    Hallmarked Gold: 18ct. twisted rope link necklet, London import mark 1976. Length 61cm, weight 20.3g. £150-200
493.    Hallmarked Gold: 9ct. Cufflinks of rectangular form (envelope) pattern chain, Birmingham. Weight 4.5g. A pair. £30-50
494.    Hallmarked Gold: Insect jewellery earrings plus buttonhole brooch with amethyst body marked 375, 8g inclusive. £100-150
495.    Hallmarked Gold: 9ct. chain rope link, length 42cm. Hallmarked Birmingham. Weight 9.6g. £80-120
496.    Hallmarked Gold: 9ct. rope link chain 54cm, having three pendants attached, cross, St Christopher, Horn of Plenty. Hallmarked Birmingham. Total weight 3.6g. £30-40
497.    Jewellery: Yellow metal pair of boxing charms, tests as 9ct. gold, weight 1g. and a pair of gypsy style hoop earrings, stamped 925 bonded with 9ct. gold. £20-30
498.    Hallmarked Gold: 22ct. Ring, claw set with two 3.5mm circular cut garnets. Estimate weight of (2) 0.60ct. and a 4.5mm half cultured pearl at the centre, hallmarked Birmingham 1907. Weight 6.3g. £130-150
499.    Hallmarked Gold: 9ct. Seven stone floral cluster ring, centre white stone surrounded by six garnets, hallmarked London 1983. Weight 2.1g. £20-30
500.    Hallmarked Gold: 9ct Celtic pattern 5mm band, hallmarked Birmingham. Weight 3.6g. £40-60
501.    Hallmarked Gold: 9ct Wishbone ring set with seven cubic zirconia hallmarked London. 1.7g. £20-30
502.    Hallmarked Gold: 9ct Gold band with elephant decoration hallmarked London 1986. 1.7g. £20-30
503.    Hallmarked Gold: 9ct. Ring, floral cluster set with one blue C.Z. surrounded by eight CZ. Hallmarked Birmingham. Weight 2.1g. £20-30
504.    Jewellery: Yellow metal ring crossover channel set with six 1.7mm x 1.5mm baguette cut diamonds, estimated weight of (6) 0.18ct old claw set with a single 4.7mm x 3.2mm oval cut sapphire, estimated weight 0.25ct. Tests as 18ct gold. Weight 4.7g. £140-160
505.    Hallmarked Gold: 9ct Fancy 3mm band, hallmarked London 1960. Weight 1.8g. £20-40
506.    Jewellery: Yellow metal ring, fancy buckle pattern set with eight 1mm 8 cut diamonds, estimated weight of (8) 0.06ct, tests as 18 gold. Weight 3.3g. £60-80
507.    Jewellery: White metal triple row ring set with fifteen graduated brilliant cut diamond. (Tests as 14ct. Gold). Estimated weight of (15) diamonds 1.20ct. Weight 7.9g. £1200-1800
508.    Gold Jewellery: Yellow and white metal twenty one stone triple tier cluster consisting of twenty one brilliant cut diamonds. Est. weight of (21) 2.20ct. Peg set in white with a yellow pierced shank. Tests as 18ct yellow and white gold. Weight 7.5g. £1500-1950
509.    Gold Jewellery: 18ct. Yellow gold ring, two stone cross over claw set in platinum with two 3.8mm brilliant cut diamonds. Stamped 18ct. Plat. Estimate weight of (2) 0.40ct. Weight of ring 2.3g. £300-400
510.    Jewellery: Yellow and white metal graduated three stone diamond ring, estimate weight of (3) diamonds 0.50ct. (Yellow tests as 18 yellow gold, white tests as platinum). Weight 2.7g. £350-450
511.    The Lady Lowry Jewellery Collection: Diamond jewellery. Dark sapphire (blue/green) cushion cut ring with three diamonds on each side. 18ct white gold (tested). 14g. Inclusive. £400-600
512.    Jewellery: Yellow metal ring in the form of a pair of entwined snakes. The heads of each set with a single old cut diamond. (Tests as 18ct Gold) Estimated weight of (2) diamonds 0.08ct. £90-120
513.    Hallmarked Gold: 9ct. Fine opal ring, shank half bark pattern. 3.5 inclusive. £120-180
514.    Hallmarked Gold: 18ct. Yellow gold five stone half hoop claw set with three graduated oval cut opals, one at 5.1mm x 3.2mm and two at 4mm x 2.7mm. Estimated weight of (3) 0.50ct. Alternating with two 2.7mm old cut diamonds, estimated weight of (2) 0.12ct. Weight of ring 3.4g. Hallmark too worn to identify. £140-180
515.    Hallmarked Gold: 9ct Crossover ring set with two white stones and one blue one. Hallmarked Birmingham. Weight 1.2g. £20-30
516.    The Lady Lowry Jewellery Collection: Cultured freshwater blister pearl x 3 earrings. Gold set (tested) 18k. 11.5g. Inclusive.
517.    Hallmarked Gold: Gold 9ct. Signet ring Birmingham marks. 4.5g. £50-70
518.    Hallmarked Gold: 9ct. Heart shaped cluster ring, set with a 4mm x 3.5mm heart shaped sapphire. Estimated weight 0.35ct. surrounded by three 1.10mm 8 cut diamonds estimated weight of (3) 0.02ct. Hallmarked Birmingham 1985. Weight 1.6g. £20-30
519.    Hallmarked Gold: 9ct. gold plain band, hallmarked London 1945, 2.5mm, weight 2.2g. £20-30
520.    Hallmarked Gold: 19th cent. 18ct child's ruby and diamond gypsy style ring. 3g. £70-100
521.    Gold Jewellery: 14ct. yellow gold (tested) pearl and small sapphire ring. 3.2gms. £75-100
522.    Hallmarked Gold: 9ct. Yellow entwined band ring, hallmarked London 1978, half set with twenty two eight cut diamonds, estimate weight of (22) 0.20ct. Weight of ring 2.5g. £30-50
523.    Jewellery: Hallmarked platinum 2mm band. Weight 2.9g. £20-30
524.    Hallmarked Gold: Seven stone half hoop claw set with two 2.2mm old cut diamonds, with a single 4mm x 3.3mm oval cut turquoise either side and terminated each end with a single 2.2mm old cut diamond. Estimated weight of (4) diamonds 0.20ct, estimated weight of (2) turquoise 0.45ct. Weight of ring 3.6g. Stamped 18ct and A. Co. £120-150
525.    The Lady Lowry Jewellery Collection: Diamond jewellery. Rose quartz oval ring set with multiple diamonds 32 18ct gold. Hallmarked and tested. 10g. £300-400
526.    Hallmarked Gold: White gold 9ct fancy 7.5mm band, hallmarked Birmingham 1992. Weight 4g. £40-60
527.    Jewellery: Gold solitaire set ring with diamond set shoulders. Approx 0.20ct. Worn hallmarks. £90-150
528.    The Lady Lowry Jewellery Collection: Cultured freshwater blister pearl x 5 ring. Gold 18k set (tested). 9g. Inclusive. £300-350
529.    The Lady Lowry Jewellery Collection: Dress jewellery. Garnet cluster ring central ruby cut surrounded by ten circular stones. Wire setting. 18kt gold (tested). £300-350
530.    The Lady Lowry Jewellery Collection: Jade jewellery Cabouchon ring set in silver (tested). 13g. £50-80
531.    The Lady Lowry Jewellery Collection: Art deco dress ring. Garnet oval shield shape set on silver rose gilt (tested). £20-30
532.    The Lady Lowry Jewellery Collection: Art deco white metal (tests silver) dress ring set with large garnet surrounded by pink cubic zirconia and marcasite's. £100-120
532A.   Hallmarked Gold: 9ct. Ring, 8mm fancy band, hallmarked London 1972. Weight 4.1g. £40-60
533.    Costume Jewellery: Yellow metal woman's wide cuff bracelet, curb bracelet set with cubic zirconia, amber coloured pendant. £20-30
534.    Jewellery: Early 20th cent. Yellow metal dress studs, in fitted case. Marked 9ct. B.C.M/OP. Five in total. 3.8g. (Tests as 9ct gold). (5) £40-60
535.    Jewellery: Yellow metal diabetic ID bracelet with curb links. Stamped 395 (Tests as 9ct gold). Length 19cm. width 6mm. Weight 9.4g. £80-120
536.    Jewellery: Earrings 9k yellow gold sapphire and cubic zirconia 2.3g - a pair and a sapphire & diamond cluster pendant 9ct. 1.7g with chain 9ct. 0.8g. £40-60
537.    Jewellery: Opal doublet and diamond bangle, 14K tested with twin opal and 32 small diamond terminals. 11g inclusive. £180-250
538.    Hallmarked Gold: 9ct. Butterfly pendant. 30mm x 25mm. Weight 5.4g. £40-60
539.    Hallmarked Gold: 9ct. Articulated fish charm. Weight 17.7g. £180-220
540.    Jewellery: Cast elephant, Corinto Joyeros 47.7mm x 34.6mm in matt yellow with white accoutrement set with thirty six white sapphires and pear shaped sapphire on side 3mm x 3.7mm rubover set. Hinged pendant loop, set with five white sapphires, stamped '750' tested gold with flat open fretwork back. 31.44g. Inclusive. £900-1200
541.    Hallmarked Gold: Long guard chain. Yellow metal of trace work and fancy link. Length 6½ins. Weight 22.3g. (Tests as 9ct gold) Attached is a 35.5mm x 2.3mm 18ct gold T bar. Weight 3.2g. Hallmarked Birmingham. £250-350
542.    Hallmarked Gold: Yellow metal pendant in the form of an elephant set with thirteen rubies, estimated weight of (13) 0.10ct, and eleven diamonds, estimated weight of (11) 0.08ct. Weight 3.2g. Stamped 750. (Tests as 18ct gold) £50-60
543.    Gold Jewellery: South African gold pendant coin dated 1894 with 9ct gold scrolls (added later). Weight 9g. £200-250
544.    The Lady Lowry Jewellery Collection: Cultured freshwater blister pearl double strand bracelet with 14k gold (tested) clasp. £100-120
545.    The Lady Lowry Jewellery Collection: Cultured freshwater blister pearl double strand necklace 14k gold (tested). 26ins. x 2. £150-200
546.    The Lady Lowry Jewellery Collection: White jade jewellery. Thirty matching beads ⅜?ins. Dia. plus Buddha oval pendant. 52g.

548.    Jewellery: Clear graduated amber 48 bead necklace with inclusions. £150-200
549.    Costume Jewellery: White metal oval owl pendant & chain, possibly Mexican. £20-30
550.    Hallmarked Gold: 9ct. Brazilian link necklet. Birmingham convention mark. Length 46cm, weight 6.9g. £50-80
551.    Hallmarked Gold: 9ct. Entwined S link necklet. Sheffield convention mark. Length 45cm, weight 7.9. £80-120
552.    Costume Jewellery: "Florenza" yellow metal hand magnifying "Hand of Fatima". £20-30
553.    Jewellery: Yellow metal hollow double curb link bracelet. Stamped 585 (Tests as 14ct gold). Width 15mm, length 20.5cm, weight 51.2g. £1000-1200
554.    Smoking Requisites: DuPont white metal flip top lighter, hobnail and plain parallel bands. 2¼ins. x 1⅜?ins. x ⅜?ins.

555.    Hallmarked Gold: 9ct ring set with seven garnets hallmarked London 1979. Weight 2.4g. £20-30
556.    Watches: White metal ladies rotary bracelet watch set with marcasite, with round dial. £20-30
557.    Watches: Swiss made Envoy 15 ladies watch, cased hallmarked 9ct. expanding bracelet 9ct. 18g. inc. £80-120
558.    Watches: 9ct yellow gold Omega ladies watch. Champagne coloured dial on black strap. £80-100
559.    Watches: Longines stainless steel and gold plated bracelet watch, with white dial. £40-60
560.    Watches: Silver gilt Cartier, burgundy strap watch with papers, c1980. Boxed. £120-140
561.    Watches: Pre-war Omega Staybrite wrist watch with later Omega box and leather strap. £150-250
562.    Watches: Gents 9ct. automatic Tissiot wristwatch, silver coloured dial, date at three o'clock on a brown strap.
563.    Watches: Gucci "G" watch, stainless steel black dial, strap watch with original box. £70-90
564.    Clocks: 20th cent. 8 day Bayard brass carriage clock, white enamelled face with Roman numerals, French movement. £40-60
565.    Clocks: 19th cent. Brass carriage clock, white enamel face with Roman numerals, unsigned movement. £40-60
566.    Clocks: 19th cent. Brass carriage clock. White enamel dial, with auxiliary dial, and red Morocco case. 4ins. £70-100
567.    Clocks: Late 19th/early 20th cent. Brass carriage clock. White enamel face with Roman numerals, French movement. Inscribed on top G.C.C to A.J 1909. £60-80
568.    Clocks: 19th cent. Brass carriage clock in red Morocco carrying box. 5ins. £100-150
569.    Clocks: French brass 8 day carriage clock with key and carrying case. £50-80
570.    Hallmarked Silver: Aesthetic period padded jewellery box. Geometric, multicoloured silver banding around the sides of the box, with velvet lined base and padded velvet top which opens to reveal a silk lined interior. Hallmarked Birmingham 1909/10 and inscribed 'S.S. Ladywood. Launched 24th May 1910'. 8½ins. x 5½ins. x 4ins. £40-60
571.    Aesthetic: 19th cent. Oval white metal and brass pen tray. 9½ins. £100-150
572.    19th cent. Miniature portrait of a young girl, contained in a Gutta-Percha velvet lined case. 2½ins. x 3ins. £50-60
573.    19th/20th cent. Objects of Virtu: Ceramic bottle stoppers in the form of horses heads x 4. Three claw brooches with white metal fittings, one hallmarked London 1906. £80-100
574.    Medals Maritime/Cable: Unusual bronze Transatlantic Cable medal, presented by the American Chamber of Commerce Liverpool, the obverse the SS Great Eastern is depicted with the legend Atlantic Telegraph Cable 1866. 210g. 76mm. £200-300
575.    Antiquities: Property of a Gentleman: Ancient Egyptian treen shabti believed New Kingdom, bearing an Aten/Ra sun disc, to the head. 19cms. Weight 29g. Plus one other faience example. £400-600
576.    English School: 19th cent. Wax relief bust portraits of historical figures including Nelson and Wellington (6). £200-300