Auction of Antiques, Fine Art and Collectables
on Saturday 14th September 2019

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1.      20th cent. Mahogany three door glazed bookcase, Gothic arch mouldings, on cabriole supports. 46½ins. x 46ins. x 11½ins. £40-60
2.      Mid 20th cent. Automobilia: Sirram picnic set. Victoria Pottery plates, cups, and saucers x 6, flatware x 6, condiments x 3, bottles x 2, container for salad x 2 (1 edge damaged), Thermos flask large and small all with cream plastic, cream coloured case with key. £30-50
3.      Edwardian mahogany chiffonier, four drawers with brass handles, over three cupboards, gallery of three mirrors, and two shelves. 71ins. x 19ins. x 80ins. £150-250
4.      Ceramics: 20th cent. Continental vases with brass base stands and rims, decorated with panels depicting couples in rural scenes - a pair. One a/f. Height 16ins. £30-50
5.      20th cent. Oak tabletop display cabinet. £40-70
6.      Art Deco: 1930s German 'Beka' kitchen cabinet with glazed top section above three drawers, centre cupboard surrounded by symmetrical end cupboards. Label to reverse 'Breder & Kruse, Mobelfabrik'. £100-150
7.      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. £40-60
8.      Glassware: Mixed collection of vases and bowls. £30-50
9.      Ceramics: Early 20th cent including Royal Devon planter, cups, plates, bowls, etc (A/F). 3 boxes. £30-50
10.     Textiles: Table linen, napkins, tray cloths, lace table cloths, table mats etc. £20-40
11.     Ceramics: Melba tea set - twelve place setting. Six place white coffee set, ceramic fruit set, James Kent jug, Hornsea flower ring, small jug & squirrel plus one with rabbit. Crown Devon dish, Carlton ware bowl & small dish and white metal flatware, nut cracker, etc. (2 Boxes). £30-50
12.     Glass: 20th Century misc including white and coloured plus Doulton series plates. £20-40
13.     19th cent. Ceramics: Royal Worcester Grainger, pattern no 3466 part tea set. Tea cups x 11, saucers x 12, slop or sugar bowl, creamer, cake plates - a pair and side plates x 12. £40-60
14.     19th cent. Ceramics: Teapot, sugar bowl with cover, milk jug, slop bowl, bread and butter plates x 2, cups and saucers decorated with gilt shamrocks x 4, plus side plates x 6, cups and saucers x 2 from the 20th century same gilt decoration. Two vegetable tureens (unrelated), one with cover, and cut glass salts, dressing table items, egg cups, and a ceramic watch holder. £20-30
15.     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
16.     20th cent. Glass: Drinking and other glass, some engraved, some plain. Large tray, large and small box. £20-40
17.     Ceramics: Mixed collection of 19th cent. & later jugs, vases, planters, etc A/F. (2 boxes). £30-50
18.     Ceramics: Mixed collection of 19th cent. and later to include Delft vases, Ashworth, Ironstone, etc. (2 boxes).
19.     Ceramics: 19th cent. & Later part dinner sets to include assorted Worcester Evesham Doulton plates, bowls, cups and saucers A/F. (3 Boxes). £30-50
20.     Ceramics: 19th cent. & Later dinner and tea ware to include commemorative. (3 Boxes). £30-50
21.     Maps: 19th cent. John Cary map of Wiltshire. 11ins. x 9ins. Plus R. Creighton map of Cumberland. 12ins. x 9½ins. £20-40
22.     Prints: Four book plates featuring British Woodpeckers, a book plate of the Village of Leigh near Southend and a print featuring the Sturgeon, plus a small oil on board 'Apples' N. Robinson. £20-40
23.     20th cent. Platedware: Britannia metal tea set, coffee pot, serving dishes, etc. £30-50
23A.    20th 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
24.     Clocks: 20th cent. Striking wall clock operated by weights and pendulum. £20-40
25.     Metalware: 19th century bell weights plus a Chinese brass planter £30-50
26.     Platedware: Household cutlery, napkin rings, cake knives, bottle openers, tongs, kitchen knives, candle holders etc. 2 trays. Tray not included. £30-50
27.     Musical Instruments: Tivoli piano accordion plus one other A/F. and a copper and brass bugle. £40-70
28.     Transport: Early 20th cent. carriage lamps - a pair plus a late 19th cent, oil lamp. (3). £40-70
29.     20th cent. Pine circular dining table on single support. £60-80
30.     Late 19th/early 20th cent. Brass and iron fender plus helmet style coal scuttle and shovel.
31.     19th/20th cent. Rustic Spanish hardwood side table with easel supports. 34½ins. £60-80
32.     Early 19th cent. Rural Metalware: Brass bulbous milk can of large proportions, copper handles to side and lid. Height 20ins. Circumference. 44ins. Dia. 15ins. Plus copper preserve pan. Height 7ins. Dia 15ins. Provenance Worton Mill Wiltshire. £60-80
33.     20th cent. Mahogany pedestal desk with green leather skiver. 42ins. x 20ins. x 30ins. £40-60
34.     19th cent. Mahogany dressing table mirror with shield shaped frame and a three drawer serpentine fronted base. 21ins. x 30ins. x 9ins. £20-30
35.     Pre-War: Oak plant stand, an oval barley twist occasional table and a small oak gateleg table. (3) £20-40
36.     19th cent. Brass and iron kettle stand. £30-50
37.     Platedware: Canteen 6 place setting, fish knives, serving spoons etc. Cased. £30-50
38.     19th cent. Mahogany drop flap table. When extended 54ins. x 28½ins. x 35ins and 18¾ins. when folded. £30-60
39.     19th cent. Mahogany sofa table. Two drawers, splayed supports, end drop flaps. 37ins. 30½ins. x 21½ins. Extended 57ins. £40-60
40.     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. £60-80
41.     Early 20th cent. Oak coopered plant stand on tripod supports, in the style of Lister. 36ins high. £20-40
42.     20th cent. Mahogany plant stand. £20-30
43.     20th cent. Mahogany collectors' chest of nine drawers. £20-30
44.     The Thomas E Skidmore Collection: Late 19th/early 20th cent. Chinese export oak, Gothic revival sideboard. Three drawers over three storage compartments. Integral beading and Dental frieze design on cupboard doors, with solid brass handles. Barley twist supports, with foot rails and scroll shaped apron. 6708 stamped on reverse and Chinese characters written on inside frame. 78ins. x 24ins. x 45ins. £50-80
45.     19th/20th cent. Lamps: Veritas brass oil lamp and shade and a black metal chamber stick. £20-40
46.     20th cent. Fairground art clock garniture showing 2 lovers kissing and children holding baskets. A/F. £20-40
47.     Platedware: Oak cased set of six fish knives and forks with servers, plus a christening set of knife, fork and spoon. £20-30
48.     Late 17th/early 18th cent. Oak side table with drawer to front. 28ins. x 18ins. £40-60
49.     Late 19th century, Beech & Rattan, hoop back child's high chair. 36" high £60-80
50.     20th cent. Crown Devon dinner service, cream with gilt highlights, comprises meat ovals x 3 13¾ins, 11¾ins, 10ins. 10ins plates x 5, 9ins plates x 6, 8ins plates x 6, 10ins soup bowls x 6, gravy boat, vegetable tureens x 2 (one with cover). Plus two Spode exotic bird and flower plates. 9ins. £20-40
51.     Rustic French pine two drawer chest of drawers. 50ins. x 26ins. x 28ins. £60-100
52.     19th cent. Mahogany torchére on three splayed supports. £30-50
53.     Early 19th cent. Rectangular oak and chestnut side table of modest proportions. 23ins. £100-150
54.     20th cent. Mahogany best of three tables of modest proportions. £30-50
55.     Mid 20th cent. G plan oak coffee table with tile effect top. 44ins. x 25½ins. x 17ins. £30-50
56.     Early 20th cent. Oak coal scuttle with brass handle. £20-40
57.     20th cent. Walnut corner cupboard, two doors, top door glazed with Gothic arch mouldings, lower door solid. 29ins. x 64ins. x 19ins. £30-50
58.     1940s Pre-war oak dining chairs with brown leather seats and backs, 4 chairs plus 2 carvers. Plus one other chair. (7) £80-120
59.     19th cent. Oak tilt top side table. 27ins. £80-120
60.     20th. cent. Beech effect double pedestal desk. 67ins. x 21ins. £80-120
61.     20th cent. Mahogany jeweller's bureau 2/3 graduated drawers. The drop flap opening to reveal as fully fitted interior. £60-100
62.     19th cent. Mahogany hanging cupboard. 18ins. £30-50
63.     19th cent. Oak writing slope with fruitwood marquetry decoration plus two treen "Scotty" bookends. £30-50
64.     18th cent. Rustic oak chest of four drawers with brass handles and lock plates. £80-120
65.     19th cent. Mahogany Duchess style dressing table with mirror. 36ins. £30-50
66.     20th cent. Yew double pedestal desk. £40-70
67.     19th cent. Rosewood sewing box inlaid with mother of pearl. £30-50
68.     Late 18th/early 19th cent. Mahogany drop leaf table on cantered supports. 55ins. x 44ins. x 28ins. £80-120
69.     20th cent. Oriental two handled serving tray, hand worked wicker gallery and handles, the base lined with a silk on silk embroidered panel of exotic birds, flowers and butterflies. £40-60
70.     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. £80-120
71.     19th cent. Crystoleums: Child in a blue dress and mop cap playing with puppies, signed left hand corner, framed 7ins. x 10ins. the other a child trying to feed a puppy, signed left hand corner Arthur Elsley - a pair. Framed 7ins. x 10ins. £30-50
72.     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
73.     19th cent. Satinwood harlequin trio of gentleman's library armchair and two matching salon chairs on tapered supports. £80-120
74.     19th cent. Mahogany stick back salon chairs. (2) £40-60
75.     19th cent. Mahogany William VI work box, double drop leaf above 2 drawers and a wool/cottons drawer, on a rectangular pedestal. £80-120
76.     18th cent. Mahogany tripod table with birdcage tilt mechanism, and twisted sun barrel column support. £150-200
77.     19th cent. Mahogany wind out table with one leaf. On turned and gadrooned supports, rising off ceramic and brass castors. 56ins. x 29ins. x 41ins. £100-150
78.     20th cent. Ceramics: Royal Doulton Simplicity dinner and tea ware. Cups and saucers x 6, teapot, sugar bowl and cover, creamer, side plates x 7, cake plate, meat oval, tureen and cover x 2, gravy boat, dinner plates x 6, soup plates x 6, dessert plates x 6. Gilt and white coffee cups x 6 and menu holders. Worcester Evesham tureen and cover, Royal Worcester egg coddlers. £50-80
79.     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. £80-120
80.     19th cent. Mahogany two over three oak beaded drawer chest on turned supports. 50ins. x 46½ins. x 19½ins. £80-120
81.     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. £60-80
82.     20th cent. Walnut drop front bureau, single door cupboard, and inlaid decoration. 21½ins. x 41ins. x 13ins. £20-40
83.     Late 17th/early 18th cent. Carolean style walnut high back hall chair with rattan seat and base. £50-80
84.     19th cent. Mahogany balloon backed nursing chair on cabriole supports with simple brass castors. £40-60
85.     19th cent. Maple fire screen with embroidered silk panel behind glass. On ebony inlaid straight supports. 21ins. x 43ins. £80-120
86.     19th cent. Carolean style oak coffer with carved panels and later restoration. £100-150
87.     19th cent. Gilt framed over mantle mirror. 37ins. x 19ins. plus Edwardian over mantle mirror. £20-40
88.     18th cent. Oak corner cupboard, ornately carved, with locking door, two serpentine shelves to the inside. 37ins. x 28ins. £50-80
89.     Mid 19th cent. rosewood card table with boulework panel with a central acanthus decorated column on four splayed supports with brass lions paw finials £150-250
90.     19th cent. Pitch pine corner cupboard. The top and bottom doors open to reveal fitted shelves. 45ins. x 83ins. £150-250
91.     Stonework: Limestone saddle stone bases approx. 27ins high. A pair. A/F.
91A.    Metalware: Iron collars, flour mill, millstone attachments. A pair. Dia. 23½ins. £50-80
92.     Gardenalia: 19th cent. Ironstone Belfast style sink. 24ins. x 16ins. £30-50
93.     Stonework: Limestone saddle stone bases and square tops. The tops are 16ins square and standing at 27ins. A pair. A/F £100-200
94.     19th cent. Eastern European pine dresser with open pate rack. 61ins. x 22ins. x 84ins. £150-200
95.     19th cent. Electro type after Belleuse classical female, La Paix signature to reverse. 24ins. £40-60
96.     Early 19th cent. Regency mahogany compactum, with satinwood and yew veneered panels to the doors. The central portion doors have brass edging. The upper section of the centre contains five drawers of different sizes, and the lower section has two over two drawers, flanked either side by two full length single door hanging compartments. All with cornices above and on bracket supports. 65ins. x 17ins. x 74ins. £400-600
97.     20th cent. Mahogany compactum, twin doors over hanging compartments with top shelves. The base on bracket supports. 70ins. x 86ins. x 21ins. £100-150
98.     Edwardian Regency revival mahogany 2 tier corner cabinet, top section with glazed serpentine door & fitted shelves. £80-120
99.     19th cent. Mahogany chest of 2 over 3 drawers. 40ins. £60-80
100.    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. £80-120
101.    Early 19th cent. Mahogany tilt top dining table on single pedestal. 52ins. £250-350
102.    19th cent. Mahogany corner cabinet. 39ins. x 18ins. £80-120
103.    Late 19th early 20th cent. inlaid mahogany 5 drawer music cabinet with galleried top. £60-100
104.    18th cent. Mahogany chest of drawers on bracket supports, two over three drawers with brass furniture, with key. £120-150
105.    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. £100-150
106.    19th cent. Ceramics: Coalport blind relief jug decorated with sprays of roses and summer flowers. Approx. 10ins. A footed bowl decorated with roses and other flowers. Approx. 7ins. x 10½ins. Fluted jug, floral panel decoration. Approx 7ins. (All 3 A/F) £30-50
107.    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
108.    19th cent. Rosewood sabre leg dining chairs with drop in seats. (4) £60-100
109.    19th cent. Mahogany set of six shield back dining chairs, plus two carvers. £120-180
110.    Early 19th cent. Regency rosewood inlaid rectangular tilt top table. On single column with four splayed supports. 60ins. x 40ins. x 29ins. £250-300
111.    Early 19th cent. Mahogany sabre leg bar back upholstered dining chairs. (8). £250-350
112.    18th cent. Oak refectory table, three plank top with turned supports and heavily worn "H" stretcher. 32ins. x 72ins. £500-800
113.    19th cent. Royal Doulton rose bowl on hardwood stand. Dia. 15ins. £40-60
114.    Clocks: 20th cent. Swedish wall clock by Westerstrand, giltwood with ribbon decoration. 25ins. £80-120
115.    @21st cent. Carpet: Keshan, green ground with blues, reds, and ivory. Three borders. 2.3m. x 1.6m. £40-60
116.    @21st cent. Rug: Bokhara, red ground with stylised geometric designs in reds, blues, ivory and white, ten borders. 2.0m. x 1.4m. £30-50
117.    Etchings and Prints: 'The Bridge of Toledo', 'The Terrace from the River', 'View from Sir Joshua Reynolds's House', plus a Viennese view. Two framed and glazed. Two mounted. £20-40
118.    20th cent. Paintings & Prints: Oils on canvas, mostly Mediterranean subjects and reproduction railway posters. (10) £30-50
119.    Paintings & Prints: A large quantity including some original works, dating from the 19th cent. Approx. 14 £50-80
120.    Maps: Original section of a 19th cent. Letts & Co. Map of Wiltshire showing Devizes and the outlying area. Framed and glazed. 28ins. x 24ins. £30-50
121.    19th cent. Robert Smart (1881 - 1947): Etching, dockside with building and figures. Signed in margin. Framed and glazed 18ins. x 12ins. £50-80
122.    20th cent. Art Composition: Still life 'Comfit with fruit' hand painted extended image, laminated onto canvas and enlarged using acrylic paints. Label to reverse names artist as 'Speck'. £30-50
123.    George A. Renvoize: Series of three watercolours on paper of Thames Barges, Foreshaw Meuden and Marden Mill. 10ins. x 6ins. £50-80
124.    Paintings: Original by John Richards, Robert Reid and Holst. (3) £50-80
125.    David William Burley 1901-1960: Pen & ink on paper "Harbour" Burley studied at Goldsmiths & exhibited at the Royal Academy and the Royal Institute. Originally purchased from artist's studio sale. Framed and glazed 12ins. x 10ins. £40-60
126.    Peter Collins ARCA 1923-2001: Wax crayon two impressionist studies of women, studio stamped. 13½ins. x 12ins. and 14ins. x 12ins. £50-80
127.    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
128.    Marjorie Beaumont 1987: Oil on canvas 'Western Irish Pass', unsigned label verso. 17ins. x 13ins. £30-50
129.    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. £150-200
130.    20th cent. English School. Yorkshire Dales, signed Ken Johnson bottom left. 27ins. x 17ins. £40-60
131.    Yayak in the style of: Fish Batik on cloth (cotton), unsigned. 31ins. x 17¼ins. £100-150
132.    20th cent. Canadian Audrey McNaughton pastel dog portrait 'Julie', signed and dated 1963 lower left, framed and glazed. 18ins. x 16ins. £60-80
133.    Peter Collins in the style of. Very large female nude in kitchen. Social comment/feminist, oil on canvas, unsigned. 21½ins. x 27¼ins. visible image. £300-500
134.    Albert Haselgrave 1857-1939. Watercolour on paper of a rustic scene. 10ins. x 14ins. £60-100
135.    Neville R. Gray, oil on canvas 'Brimham Rocks'. Signature and 0I bottom left. Framed and glazed. 19½ins. x 14½ins. £50-80
136.    Joseph Hemard 1880-1961. Ink and watercolour. Concubines in a fishing village. Signed lower left. 12ins. x 8ins. £70-100
137.    Joseph Dixon Clark, Oil on board 'Milkmaid and Cows at Dusk' signed lower left. 14¾ins. x 10¾ins. £350-450
138.    Frank Longwood 1849 - 1897: Watercolour on paper, village scene. 13ins. x 10ins. £50-80
139.    Wendy Batt print multiple, coloured 'The Beach Huts' A.P. signed lower right. 14ins. x 11ins. Framed and glazed. £30-40
140.    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
141.    H. Barnett. Watercolour to paper, tree study. Signed lower right. Framed and glazed. 7½ins. x 12ins. £30-40
142.    Reginald Green: Signed etching of John Knox's house. 5½ins. x 10½ins. £20-40
143.    Charles Leaver 1824 - 1888. Oil on board church spire on a winter's evening. Framed and glazed. Dia. 8ins. £60-100
144.    George R. Deakins 1911 - 1982. Oil on board. The Bridge, framed. 11½ins. x 9¾ins. £40-60
145.    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
146.    James Whittaker, line drawing Billingsgate to Southwark Cathedral with London bridge in background, dated December 28th 1824?, signed lower right. 11¼ins. x 5½ins. £100-150
147.    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. £100-150
149.    Poster: Soviet Cold War National Plan Poster for Education. Original 1970s?. Certificate no. 306.
150.    O G Pye watercolour village study with stone cross. Signed lower right, framed and glazed. 10ins. x 6ins. £30-50
151.    20th cent. Ron Thornley English School. Mixed media 'London street scene'. 27ins. x 19ins. £80-120
152.    Albert Durer Lucas 1828 - 1919: Oil on canvas hedge sparrow nest, signed bottom right. 9½ins. x 8ins. £300-500
153.    Albert Durer Lucas 1828 - 1919: Linnet nest, oil on canvas, signed bottom left. 6ins. x 8ins. £200-300
154.    Paintings: 'Rough Coastal Sea and Lighthouse' Impasto. Monogrammed TAH. 9¾ins. x 13¾ins. £40-60
155.    Clifford Fisher. Fishing Fleet at King's Lynn. Ink/watercolour/pastel. Signed lower right, studio sticker on reverse. Image 22ins. x 14ins. £50-80
156.    Becky Waterman oil on board 'Exeter Canal and Cathedral Distant. Monogrammed BW lower left. 22¾ins. x 19ins. £40-60
157.    English School in the style of Harold Hope Read. Pastel drawing of two naked ladies. No signature. Framed and glazed. 18½ins. x 10½ins. £150-250
158.    William Black: Pastel & watercolour 'Adam & Eve', signed lower left and dated 1962. Framed and glazed 40½ins. x 17½ins. £300-500
159.    Eric Erskine Tufnell 1888-1979: Watercolour Britannia Royal Yacht, titled 'HMY Britannia' lower left, signed and dated 1975 lower right. Framed and glazed 13½ins. x 8½ins. £150-250
160.    Michael Smith, 1988, oil on canvas 'River at low tide', signature bottom right 1988. Framed and glazed. 15ins. x 11½ins. £100-150
161.    Agnes Miller - Parker (1895-1980): 1937 Wood cut 'Watermill', signature, annotation on reverse of frame. Framed and glazed 5ins. x 2¾ins. £50-70
162.    19th cent. Oil on canvas laid board of a squire and lady. 16ins. x 20ins. (2) £100-150
163.    C Hannaford 1863-1955: Watercolour 'Mist Over the Moor', signed lower left. Framed and glazed 19ins. x 12ins. £100-150
164.    Paintings: Oil on board, Monogrammed K.W 'Swan and Cygnets'. 11½ins. x 13½ins. £40-60
165.    Yvonne Field. Oil on canvas 'Coastal scene'. 17ins. x 13ins. £30-50
166.    Paintings: Oil on canvas, still life 'Chrysanthemums', unsigned. 11¾ins. x 15½ins. £40-60
167.    19th cent. J F Danby: Oil on canvas 'River at Sunset', label on verso J.F. Danby. 36ins. x 24ins. £300-500
168.    Paintings: 18th cent. English school, oil on board, gentleman brandishing a duelling sword. 8ins. x 10ins. £80-120
169.    Soeprey (in the style of) on linen, batik 'Penguin Family', no signature. Framed and glazed. 20ins. x 15½ins. £120-180
170.    Soeprey: On linen Batik 'Emperor Penguins', signed on rear. Framed and glazed 27ins. x 22½ins. £120-180
171.    Clifford Fisher abstract on daler board. 16ins. x 12ins. £40-50
172.    19th cent. Woolwork Tapestry: Harpist serenading a King, multicoloured threads. Framed and glazed 25ins. x 28ins. £80-120
173.    Irish Art: R. Steenson oil on slate Stone Tor, signed bottom right. Framed and glazed. 14ins. x 12ins. £40-60
174.    Prints: Timothy Wells, marine limited edition print of Jolie Brise. 30ins. x 24ins. Felix Toploski print, plus limited edition Phoenix Trust Prince Charles' print of the South of France print. (3) £30-50
175.    Photography: Hugo Van Lawick 'A cheetah and young', signed top right 14ins. x 11ins, ' A lioness and cub' signed lower right. 14ins. x 11ins. Both framed and glazed. £60-80
176.    19th cent. Oak carved fire surround. 52ins. x 58ins. x 7ins. £30-50
177.    The Thomas E Skidmore Collection: 20th cent. Drinking glasses - cut bowls wine x 11, sherry x 15 (2 sizes), liqueur x 5. £20-30
178.    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. £40-60
179.    Breweriana: Bell's Whisky glass and pottery water jugs, ashtrays and presentation glass including Carlton, Associate Potteries, Wade etc. £40-60
180.    Late 19th/Early 20th cent. Ceramics: Lock & Co. Worcester bulbous vase decorated with a bird and foliage, signed by the artist J. Lewis. Plus Royal Worcester vitreous tureen and cover, decorated with birds in flight, unsigned. A/f. Plus Pratt ware pink bulbous teapot, spout and handle white ground, decorated with gilt foliage, the body pink with transfer print. The reverse has a river study. Plus Cranford ware vases, hand painted with cottage studies. A pair.
19th cent. Royal Worcester: Blush miniature two handled vase, floral decoration, gilt handles, base and border. Unsigned. Purple backstamp. N2021. 5½ins. Plus cream jug decorated in blue and gilt. Green mark. 3ins.
181.    20th cent. Glassware: Imperial Lenox pearl blue honey pot, pearl pink c1970, and petrol lustre honey pot. £40-60
182.    Early 20th cent. Continental hard paste figures of a reclining lady and a reclining man, crossed swords mark. 7ins. x 10ins. Three peasants packing grapes, indistinct mark. 10ins. x 8ins. Plus 'Goddess' with cherubs at her feet. 9½ins. x 7ins. (4) £60-80
183.    Early 20th cent. Continental hard paste figure of a woman in Empire style dress, multicoloured decoration, blue crown and N mark to base. Height 11½ins. Plus early 20th cent. Continental ceramic figure of a cherub with floral basket. Height 6ins. Sitzendorf table five branch candelabra, the base peasant boy and girl flower sellers, the candle holder with floral bocage all decorated in coloured enamels. Blue double - single cross lines to base. A pair. Height 17½ins. Plus matching three sconce wall candle holder. (Some damage)
184.    19th cent. Continental figurines of a male with a basket and walking stick (a/f). 9¾ins. Plus a smaller figure of a girl with a dog and gun wearing a tricorn hat. 5ins. £30-50
185.    Commemorative: Tray of Victorian and later Goss, Grovenor, and Carlton ware, commemorative items. Approx. 33 items. £30-50
186.    20th cent. Czech art glass pitcher. Orange with peacock feather stylised design. 9ins. Unsigned. £20-30
187.    19th/20th cent. Glass: 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. £30-50
188.    Art Pottery: Clews Chameleon ware royal blue bowl. 7ins. Plus a green ground chameleon vase. 6ins. £60-100
190.    20th cent. Ceramics: Shelley coffee can & saucer, decorated with black leaves, purple & pink circles. Crown Ducal orange tree coffee can, saucer & plate, Crownford art deco orange & black coffee can & saucer. £50-80
191.    20th cent. Dresden pierced bowl, hand painted floral pattern highlighted in green and gilt. 9¾ins. x 7¼ins. A blue and gilt potpourri bowl and cover, plus a Meito ceramic bread and butter plate. £30-50
192.    19th cent. Staffordshire Flatbacks of King Charles and a Cavalier 13½ins. plus a Wedgwood Ferrara Trio. (5) £20-40
193.    20th cent. Ceramics: Continental figures, bisque fisher boy and girl, Dresden lady with fan a/f., boy and girl dancing dressed in the Watteau style, miniature figure of a lady with a harp. Country girl with flowers, group figure of musicians a/f, ceramic table with flowers and a treen trinket box. £30-50
194.    Pat Purkis Ceramics: Hand decorated fruit bowl, wall decorations in the form of fruit, Schumann pierced dish, a cream jug etc. £20-30
195.    20th cent. Ceramics: Wood and Sons Sheraton planter 10½ins. diameter and two matching vases 10ins. black ground with floral decoration. £30-50
196.    20th cent. Ceramics: Carter, Stabler Adams preserve pots with floral decoration. Six pots, 4 lids (2 a/f). Impressed mark to base. £30-50
197.    20th cent. Ceramics: Corn on the cob set, 8 x dishes and holders. Boxed. £20-30
198.    20th cent. Creamware: Salvini Italia Plaque of the Virgin Mary, plus two other plaques depicting child supplicants. 8ins and 3ins respectively. (3) £40-60
199.    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. £30-50
200.    20th cent. Ceramics: Italian Majolica, comprising a medicine jar, open jar and a bowl with a central medallion of a lady. (3) Plus French Moustiers faience comprising a multicoloured swan, candlestick, and jug (with damage to handle). (3)
201.    Stamps: 19th and 20th cent. One album and one stockbook, GB and Commonwealth. Used and unused. £40-60
202.    Stamps: First day & commemorative covers. Two trays of over 600 from 1980-2000s. £60-80
203.    Stamps: First day covers. Two albums containing 140 plus FDC's from 1970-1980. £20-40
204.    Stamps & First Day Covers: Two stockbooks, one album of World stamps, and a large selection of first day covers and postal history. £20-40
205.    Stamps: One large stockbook and one album of GB used and unused stamps, plus a number of presentation mint stamps. £30-50
206.    Stamps: 19th and 20th cent. Three stockbooks and an album containing used and unused GB, Commonwealth and World stamps, early USA and Russian. £20-40
207.    Cigarette Cards: One album of full and part sets including Millhoff famous test cricketers, Churchman boxing personalities, Will's 1908 cricketers, plus a set of Commodore 16 x 50 binoculars. £40-60
208.    Cigarette Cards: Players cigarette set "Modern Naval Craft". Framed and glazed. £20-40
209.    Stamps: Mint GB stamps, 36 sets from 1980s plus two complete booklets including £3 Wedgwood. Also a complete sheet of 200 1971-96 8p rosine definitive, plus four high value definitive commemorative covers by De La Rue 11.04.00 £30-50
210.    Postcards: An album containing many Edwardian and later cards. Collection of steam locomotives, Edwardian humour, cats and song cards, plus a Share Certificate pad and a number of certificates. £60-80
212.    Costume Jewellery: Necklaces, earrings, bangles etc. Tray not included. £50-80
213.    Costume Jewellery: Brooch in the form of a parrot set with white stones and simulated pearl. Plus yellow metal jewellery and white metal jewellery, some marked 925. £30-50
214.    20th cent. Costume Jewellery: Yellow metal brooches, earrings, white metal locket, plated photograph pendant, ring set with seed pearls and Turquoise, simulated pearl necklace, contained in a jewel box, ladies wristwatch and fob watch on chain. £20-40
215.    Costume Jewellery: Miscellaneous dress rings, white metal, enamel and plastic. Approx. 55. Plus semi-precious stones amethyst, garnet, turquoise etc. £30-50
216.    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).
217.    Costume Jewellery/Watches: Brooches, necklaces, rings, earrings etc. all cat related. Plus calculator watches x 2, cat watch, ring watches, straps etc. (Tray not included). £30-50
218.    Costume Jewellery: Hoop earrings, white and yellow metal, crystal, some on cards, contained in mirror box. Metal and leather necklace, bronze neck band, white metal and leather neck band, shell jewellery etc.
219.    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.
220.    Costume Jewellery: Yellow metal compact, necklaces, bracelets, earrings, etc. £30-50
221.    Edged Weapons/Chinese: Qing dynasty Chinese straight sword, the blade is decorated with seven brass dots representing the 'Big Dipper' constellation. One side of the blade is decorated with a dragon chasing a pearl, the other with Chinese script. The cross guard bears a dragon mark. With scabbard. £300-500
222.    Third Reich: WWII Nazi RAD dagger and scabbard, with engraved blade and indistinct makers mark, appears to be Eickhorn, Solingen. £150-250
223.    20th cent. Edged weapons Kukri. 20ins. £30-50
224.    Edged Weapons: French 1842. Pattern sword bayonet and scabbard, inscribed St. Etienne 1862.
225.    Edged Weapons: French 1872. Pattern sword bayonet and scabbard, inscribed St. Etienne 1872.
226.    Edged Weapons: French 1872. Pattern sword bayonet and scabbard, inscribed St. Etienne 1872. £60-80
227.    Edged Weapons: Third Reich police sword and scabbard, the blade marked Robert Klaas of Solingen, the grip bears the eagle and swastika, black painted scabbard. 36ins. £150-250
228.    Edged Weapons: George V Crown RAF dress sword and scabbard, made by Burberry, engraved JAC-BJMN. 40ins. £120-180
229.    Edged Weapons: Early 20th cent. Officers dress sword with Duke of Lancaster's own and South Africa 1900-1902 to the blade, made by Langdon & Son of Liverpool. With leather scabbard. 42ins. £150-250
230.    Edged Weapons: 19th cent. Officer's sword and scabbard by Pillin of Gerrard St. Wire bound grip with basket guard. 39ins. £120-180
231.    Edged Weapons: George V dress sword with acid etched blade and leather scabbard. Made by Fenton Brothers. £100-150
232.    Edged Weapons/Napoleonic: 1796. Pattern English light cavalry sabre. 38½ins. £150-250
233.    Edged Weapons: Leckie & Graham. Officers dress sword, etched blade depicting the crest for the Dumbarton Rifle Volunteers and Edward VII, in leather scabbard. £150-250
234.    Edged Weapons/Swords: 20th cent. WWII Japanese Gendaito, floral decorated tsuba, wrapped shagreen handle, painted metal saya and leather outer case. The tang of the blade is signed Masahira, see photographs. Blade 26ins. Total length 34½ins. £300-500
235.    Militaria: George V Royal Navy dress cocked hat and epaulette's (Gieves). Ex-Rear Admiral Henry C. Hogger C.B D.S.C in Gieves tin travel case. £250-350
236.    Militaria: George V Royal Navy dress cocked hat and epaulette's? (Matthews & Co.) Ex Commander later Rear Admiral Henry C. Hogger C.B D.S.C, in Gieves tin travel case. £150-180
237.    Prints: 'The Lancaster V.C.s' a print illustrated by Robert Taylor and signed by Norman Jackson VC and Bill Reid VC. Framed and glazed, approx. 22ins. x 16ins.
238.    Prints: 'Sea King Rescue' a print illustrated by Robert Taylor depicting HRH Prince Andrew with his Royal Navy helicopter crew and others rescuing survivors from the Atlantic Conveyor off the Falklands in 1982. Signed by Prince Andrew's Commanding Officer. Framed and glazed, approx. 25ins. x 18ins.
239.    Militaria/World War One: Tommies at the shooting range, ink and pencil. Signed R. H. Brock. 12ins. x 9ins. £150-250
240.    Books: Made to look like photograph albums showing Japanese military between the world wars. Red cloth bound covers marked in gilt 2602, 2603. (2) £30-50
241.    Badges: Military and others. Royal Artillery badge and button, South Wales Borderers badge, metal corp stripes, yellow metal pocket watch decorated with a hunting scene on chain, hardwood carved figure. £20-50
242.    Captain Leonard Gross Collection - WWII Military: Documents from his service in Burma 1940-1943 includes Military Vehicle driver's license book, Service Book, Certificate of Service, field notebook (well used) in leather cover, military receipts folder and 2 books one as a ready info book the other in the form of a diary. £100-150
243.    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. £400-600
244.    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. £400-600
245.    Badges: Royal Ordinance Corps, Army Service Corps, yellow metal RAF sweetheart badge, Royal Engineers Mizpar brooch etc. £50-80
246.    Third Reich: Original cigarette card book of the 1936 Olympics. £30-50
247.    Captain Leonard Gross Collection - Military: WWII photos of Burma taken July to December 1943 showing bomb & artillery potential targets brought back from Burma by Captain Gross R.A. £80-120
248.    Posters: The Fleet Air Arm from a painting by Michael Turner. 19½ins. x 30ins. £50-80
249.    Prints: 'Offshore Bombardment' a limited edition print illustrated by Robert Taylor and signed by Peter Townsend, depicting the heavy cruiser Prinz Eugen shelling Russian positions in Western Samland, January 1945. Signed by Robert Taylor, and by two officers of the ship's crew. Approx. 36ins. x 25ins.
250.    Prints: 'Eagle Squadron Scramble' a print illustrated by Robert Taylor and signed by Peter Townsend, depicting American Eagle Pilots of 71 Squadron in the summer of 1941. Framed and glazed, approx. 28ins. x 22ins.
251.    Prints: Limited edition Robert Taylor 'Remember Pearl Harbour', signed by the artist and four veterans who were onboard USS Nevada on December 7th 1941, 68/750. 33ins. x 23ins. £80-120
252.    Prints: 'Lancaster Bale Out' a print illustrated and signed by Frank Wootton. This rare example, signed by a number of wartime aircrew including holders of the DSO and DFC, is also signed by Norman Jackson VC and Bill Reid VC. Framed and glazed, approx. 26ins. x 22ins.
253.    Prints: 'Ranger' a limited edition print illustrated and signed by Graeme Lothian, and also signed by Air Vice Marshall 'Johnnie Johnson'. Framed and glazed, approx. 29ins. x 21ins.
254.    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). £50-80
255.    WW2/Third Reich: Militargeographische Angaben uber Irland A folder of maps and photobooks of Ireland prepared for "Operation Sealion" the planned Invasion of England. The nine maps show both Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland in great depth include Belfast and Harland and Wolff's shipyard and Dublin with accompanying original folder and three additional books that include photos of places of interest such as the Belfast dockyards and Military assessments of towns and places of interest.
256.    WW2/Third Reich. Extremely rare original copy of "Informationshef G.B 106" stamped in red "Geheim"(Secret) and numbered 106. This Intelligence book was prepared ready for use in the proposed Invasion of Great Britain "Operation Sealion". In 1940 in compliance with Adolf Hitler's directive regarding the imminent invasion of Britain, SS General Walter Schellenberg prepared this book for the Gestapo to be distributed to occupation forces, it represented an incredible snapshot into how the Nazis perceived Britain and her Empires and was a blueprint for the occupation of Britain after a proposed invasion by Nazi Germany. Walter Schellenberg was one of the highest ranking men in the Sicherheitsdienst (SD). After Reinard Heydrich's death in June 1942, Schellenberg became the closest professional confidant of Heinrich Himmler. and eventually assumed the position as head of foreign intelligence for Nazi Germany following the abolition of the Abwehr in 1944.

A translation of the volume was published under the title Invasion 1940 in 2000 (a copy of which is included in the lot) and according to this volume "The chapter on British Intelligence was considered so accurate that the few copies captured at the end of the war were retained by the authorities" It lists strategic locations, photos of persons of interest especially of Foreign nationals who had fled from the Nazis, organisations, maps, parliamentary structure, Jewish organisations, public schools and even Freemasonry. An exceptionally rare historical document.
257.    Fashion: Marion Donalson, Scottish fashion designer, 1980s pure silk suit, pleated skirt, fitted jacket, frill collar, gilt buttons, in a striking tartan design of pink, green and blue. Size 12. £60-90
258.    Fashion: 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
259.    Fashion: 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
260.    Fashion: Windsmoor black military style, double breasted, all wool winter coat, eight button fastening, three button trim on sleeves, fully lined. Approx. Size 14. £40-50
261.    Fashion: Evening/dinner dress gold colour silk tie, floor length, square neck sheath dress, long sleeve Chanel style jacket. Approx. Size 14/16. £30-50
262.    Pop Memorabilia/Books: Beatles George Martin, with Jeremy Hornsby 'All You Need Is Ears'. First edition, hardback, signed and dedicated by George Martin 1979. £40-60
263.    Pop Memorabilia: Beatles and George Martin Magical Mystery Tour, 1967, UK first issue, six track 7" double EP, incorporated into twenty four page colour booklet with central blue pages of lyrics to the songs 'Magical Mystery Tour', 'Your Mother Should Know', 'I am the Walrus', 'The Fool on the Hill', 'Flying', and 'Blue Jay Way'. Dedicated and signed by the Beatles producer George Martin. £40-60
264.    Pop: The Beatles, mixed Lot to include Beatles Star Special, by Royal Command, books, Help limited edition set, records to include Beatles Greatest Hits, Beatles 67-70, Twist and Shout, etc. £40-60
265.    Automobilia: Road maps 1930s, "The Motor Magazine Map of England, Wales & Southern Scotland". Eight plus maps 1-6 in original leather case. £20-40
266.    Motoring: Rolls-Royce, books to include 'The Classic Elegance' by Dalton Watson, 'Book of the Phantoms' by Kenneth Ullyett, 'Rolls-Royce Cars and Bentley' from 1931 (slip cased edition) by Halwart Schrader, and four others. (7) £50-80
267.    Motoring: Treen model of a Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost motor car approx. 31ins long x 12ins wide x 14ins high. Together with a small Rolls-Royce advertising mirror and a tie from the 20-Ghost Club 'The oldest Rolls-Royce car club in the world'. (3) £40-70
268.    Motoring: A comprehensive 'Catalogue of Parts for the 40-50 H.P. Rolls-Royce Motor Car' in three volumes. Originally issued in 1914, these are later card-bound copies. Together with a limited edition framed and glazed print of a 1907 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost, illustrated and signed by John Lawson and signed by Lord Montagu of Beaulieu.
269.    Motoring: Large capacity oil/grease pump of brass and copper construction, the base marked '4T 56'. Approximately 16ins. high and 5ins. diameter.
270.    Photograph Albums: 19th cent. Leather bound 'Tally-Ho!!' album featuring incidents in the hunting field, and a second leather bound album with floral illustrations. Both with Victorian and Edwardian photographs. £40-60
271.    Ocean Liner: Queen Mary launch brochure, P & O, Caronia, limited edition P & O Victoria print and other later Cunard interest. £20-40
272.    Photographs, Postcards & Ephemera: Box of fourteen albums containing Victorian, Edwardian and later photographs of people and places. Plus two scrapbooks containing Edwardian newspaper cuttings and a collection of five albums of postcards containing mainly Edwardian topographical, however one album has a large collection of cards featuring bridges.
273.    Magazines: 'Punch', 266 issues from 1st January 1911 until November 1920 including the 'Double Army' issue of September 27th 1916. (Two boxes). £40-60
274.    Children's Books: 'The Robins at Home', panorama picture 'pop-up' book printed in Bavaria by Dutton & Co for Ernest Nister, and 'Sunny Day Stories'. (2) £20-30
275.    War Games: Modern cast medieval/early Renaissance miniature soldiers, unpainted. A very large quantity. (1 box) £20-40
276.    Maps/Maritime: Union Steam Ship Company map of South Africa c1898. 20ins. x 20ins. £30-50
278.    Comics & Books: "The New Hotspur" October 14th 1961, "Film Fun" May 30th 1959, two copies of "The Beano" September 9th & 23rd 1989. Plus a 5th Impression copy of Boysie by Isabel Cameron. The Boys own Annual 1900-1901 & Queen Alexandra's Christmas gift book. £20-40
279.    Children's Books: Rupert the Bear, Rupert's Adventure Book published 1940, cover and back in good condition, some damage to spine, name plate filled in, plus unbound copy.(2)
Rupert the Bear 'The New Rupert Book' published 1946, light wear to spine, name plate completed. Plus 1945 issue spine and rear cover missing, 1950 issue, spine missing and loose front cover. (3).
Rupert the Bear 'The New Rupert Book' published 1938, very good condition, name plate completed.
Rupert the Bear, collection of 8 Rupert Annuals in varying condition, 1951-1956 plus 7 Adventure Book and book 1 of the Adventures of Louis Lapin.

280.    20th cent. German child's breakfast set of plate 8¼ins, bowl 8½ins, cup and saucer (handle a/f). £20-30
281.    Toys: Schuco clockwork drummer 4ins. plus a Chad Valley Teddy Bear 12ins. (2). £50-80
282.    Toys: Mid 20th cent. Teddy bear, plush, with a stitched nose, glass eyes, red tongue, and articulated arms and legs. Well loved. 7ins. Tall. £30-50
283.    Toys: Steiff 2012 Ltd, etc. Diamond Jubilee Bear, vanilla mohair, button and label in ear. Gilt jubilee pendant on purple ribbon around neck, unboxed. £40-60
284.    Toys: Steiff teddy bears, My First Steiff, button and yellow ticket to ear, ticket to foot. Soft cuddly Friends Bear x 2, white and cream, complete with buttons and yellow tickets. £40-60
285.    Toys: Gund Pooh Bear soft toy and Eden Paddington Bear with all labels. Plus a dark blue U.S. Bear. £30-50
286.    Toys: Steiff bear, Latte Macchiato, mohair in a mix of coffee colours, button and tag to ear with label. (3) £40-60
287.    Toys: A selection of eighteen model vans from Matchbox, Corgi, and others. Includes limited edition Rowntrees van. Most are boxed. Plus Titanic model on the sea bed. Presentation box. £20-40
288.    Records: HMV Walt Disney. Snow White, from the original movie - Someday my prince will come and Dwarves Yodel song BD516, Dig a dig dig dig, With a smile and a song and Heigh-Ho BD514, Whistle while you work, I'm wishing and One song BD515. (3) £20-30
289.    Autographs: Dad's Army programme from the Theatre Royal, Bath with signatures of the cast of Dad's Army including Arthur Lowe, John Le Mesurier, Arnold Ridley, Ian Lavender, Bill Pertwee, Frank Williams and Edward Sinclair. Plus a signed programme by Tony Hart. £100-150
290.    Football: England v Ireland football programme, 21-9-1949, the first time a foreign team had beaten England at home. The programme is signed by Con Martin, Ireland Captain. £40-60
291.    Cricket Memorabilia/Ashes: Cricket bat autographed MCC Tour of Australia 1950-51 and Warwickshire County Champions 1950-1951.

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

292.    Sport: Mixed bag of vintage golf clubs, including three hickory shafted, a 3 iron, mashie niblick and a cleek. £40-60
293.    Early 20th cent. 'The Steelhouse' gramophone with brass trumpet, replacement needles and collection of records. £80-100
294.    1950s Radio: GEC model no. BC 5445, bakelite and wood veneer valve radio. Collector's item not for use. £20-30
295.    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'. £100-150
296.    Travel: 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
297.    20th cent. Mahogany stationary model steam engine S.E.2, plate size 8¼ins. x 7¼ins. Three burners and booklet. £40-60
298.    19th cent. Rosewood sarcophagus, two compartment tea caddy, inlaid with mother of pearl, rising off flat bun feet (with key). £40-60
299.    Treen: 20th Century Black forest Barometer, Blotter and bear £70-100
300.    Apothecary: Satinwood apothecary treen bottles and covers (3 with bottles), menthol pots x 2. Three bearing Lynch & Co. Makers stamp. £80-120
301.    Rural Collectables: Treen boot pull marked E.D. Hampton, bread skillet, and an iron skillet. £30-50
302.    Americana: Late 19th/early 20th cent. National till, heavily decorated in chrome, serial no. 741405 346. 17ins x 17ins. £200-300
303.    19th cent. French walnut tabletop stereoscopic viewer, with carousel to view the accompanying cards of Cendrillon. 18ins. x 9ins. £250-350
304.    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
305.    Music Box: 19th cent. Swiss music box with six airs & the original receipt from 1899. £120-180
306.    Clock: 20th cent. Brass skeleton clock chiming on the hour, treen base and circular glass dome. Height 10½ins. £80-100
307.    Late 19th cent. Slate mantle clock. £30-50
308.    Clocks: 19th cent. French table clock signed Achille Brocot, the renowned Parisian clock maker. The brass case is decorated with medieval scenes in copper relief. The clock chimes on the half hour. 19ins. x 11ins. x 6ins. On treen stand. £250-350
309.    Scientific Instruments: A Reichert Model 70 Lensometer used for measuring lenses, together with a quantity of hard resin lens blanks in various sizes. For collectors use only.
310.    Scientific Instruments: 20th cent. Victor Beam scale, box of weights including scruples, micrometers etc. £30-50
311.    Scientific Instruments: 20th cent. Rich Holz of Berlin boxed microscope 14331 plus a collection of Watson and Son slides. £150-250
312.    Geography: Ten inch table top terrestrial globe by Geographica Ltd. plus a 20th cent. 12 ins. Phillips terrestrial globe, for restoration. £100-150
313.    Scientific Instruments: Dollond of London 3½ins brass tabletop library telescope, with tripod and accessories, in fitted treen brass handled carrying case. Approx. 39¼ins. x 6¾ins. £250-350
314.    Railwayania: Southern Railway Salter Duplex pressure gauge, brass cased, showing 0-150lbs per square inch. Westinghouse Brake & Signal Company. Dia. 6ins. £60-80
315.    Metalware: Keswick Industrial art copper bowl with rope twist design 7ins £30-50
316.    Victoriania: Late 19th cent. Set of ten blue and white tiles marked COV to reverse. £30-50
317.    Victoriana: Tiles to include Hollins & Co, Minton, Ivanhoe etc (23) plus four later examples £70-100
318.    c1900 Bronze and gilt Buddha seated in a lotus position. Height 6½ins. £80-100
319.    Chinese: Pak Tong incense burner or koro with cover, four character reign mark. £80-100
320.    Chinese: Large 19th cent. Japanese, possible Hirado sculpted porcelain figure of a Buddhist monk holding a peach, with a dragon aiming for the peach. Some damage to the dragon, and the monk's hand has been repaired. 11½ins. £120-180
321.    Chinese: 19th cent. Chinese mother of pearl carved gaming pieces, bone markers contained within a Chinese white metal and treen box. £40-60
322.    19th Century Chinese blue and white plate, plus a later brass sensor (2) £30-50
323.    Early 20th cent. Asian, possible Burmese, sandalwood box with carved bone fittings. £30-40
324.    19th cent. Five toed dragon bell supported on an oriental hardwood frame carved with two figures clothed in long robes with flower decoration. 18ins. £80-120
325.    19th/Early 20th cent. Japanese Kutani plate, central medallion decorated with a purple lanceolate shaped flower, with red berries, three panels with matching flower, whilst three more depict red and green birds, all painted in a pastel palette. The base with orange flowers and blue line work. Dia. 7¾ins. £50-60
326.    19th cent. Chinese export plate, blue & white decorated central panel tree with scholars items and double border. 9ins. £30-50
327.    Japanese: S. Tosoke, T. Maramitsu. Japanese artist, seal stamped prints. Snow covered village, fishing boats on a lake below Mount Fuji, a fisherman, and a fisherman on a boat. All unframed and mounted. 19¾ins. x 13ins. £50-80
328.    Chinese Porcelain: Bowl of square form, decorated in underglaze and blue with panels of figures in a landscape, on a foliate ground. Four character mark to base in the style of Emperor Daoguang. Height 4ins. Dia. 9½ins. £80-120
329.    20th cent. Japanese: Cloisonné jardiniére x 2. Diameter 8ins. x Height 6¾ins. A/F.
330.    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. £420-430
331.    Fashion: Hermes scarf Le Laisser Courre, cream ground, and red border. Very minor stain. Unboxed. 34ins. x 34ins. £50-70
332.    Chanel No. 5 eau de toilette gift set. Contains 20ml twist and spray bottle x 1, refills x 2, and Chanel gift bag (a/f). £50-80
333.    20th cent. Ceramics: 'Girl with Pig' 1011, 'Girl Playing Ukulele'. £30-40
334.    20th cent. Ceramics: Figurine 'November', a child feeding birds white gloss, unmarked. 'Winter' white gloss, unmarked. £30-50
335.    20th cent. Ceramics: Lladro Nativity figures, three wise men, an angel, Nativity shepherd girl, and girl holding lilies No. 4650. £50-80
336.    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, plus Lladro poodle puppy figurine. £40-60
337.    20th cent. Ceramics: Portmeirion black & gilt Phoenix coffee set by John Cuffley, 6 cups and saucers, coffee pot, 2 creamers and a sugar bowl. £70-90
338.    20th cent. Ceramics: Beswick Comfort Dogs 4½ins, Royal Doulton 10ins, Zanolli Dalmatian Dogs on oval blue base, a pair, Kaiser Cat, white matt finish. £60-80
339.    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. £50-80
340.    20th cent. Ceramics: Poole. Carter, Stabler & Adams box shape honey pot No. 941 decorated by Rene Hayes, box shape honey pot No. 941 decorated with flowers and spray. £70-90
341.    20th cent. Ceramics: Crown Devon box shape honey pot with bee embellishments and honeycomb texture, plus Minton c1940 box shape honey pot with bee finial. £70-100
342.    20th cent. Ceramics: Japanese honey pot in the form of a house, hive pot decorated with bees, miniature hive pot, and honey colour pot decorated with bees. (4) £30-40
343.    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. £30-50
344.    Beswick: Palomino Race Horse, gloss finish, Bois Roussel, gloss finish, Royal Doulton Foal, standing and a Palomino Foal. £50-80
345.    Ceramics: 20th cent. Midwinter animals, mark under glaze, Lion, 6ins. Tiger, 4ins. £20-30
346.    Beswick: Ceramic model of a pig and piglet. £10-20
347.    Shelley c1920-30: Art deco Regent pattern Mabel Lucie Attwell child's teaware. Fairy Town Motoring side plate and two saucers. (3) Motoring cup, dish and bowl. (af). £60-80
348.    Shelley c1920-30: Art deco Regent pattern Mabel Lucie Attwell child's teaware. Little men and caravan 3 x side plates. £50-60
349.    Shelley c1920-30: Art deco Regent pattern Mabel Lucie Attwell child's teaware. 'Old Donk' donkey and cart trio. £60-80
350.    Shelley c1920-30: Art deco Regent pattern Mabel Lucie Attwell child's teaware. Fairy Town Motoring Trio plus side plate. (4) £80-100
351.    Shelley c1920-30: Art deco Regent pattern Mabel Lucie Attwell child's teaware. 'Old Donk' donkey and cart cup and two side plates. (3) £60-80
352.    Shelley c1920-30: Art deco Regent pattern Mabel Lucie Attwell child's teaware. Fairy Town Motoring teapot. £200-250
353.    Shelley c1920-30: Art deco Regent pattern Mabel Lucie Attwell child's teaware. 'Old Donk' donkey and cart milk jug. £50-60
354.    Shelley c1920-30: Art deco Regent pattern Mabel Lucie Attwell child's teaware. Fairy Town little man in a caravan cup x 2. (5) £60-80
355.    19th cent. Continental hard paste porcelain tea set decorated panels with multi coloured birds and flowers on beige ground with gilt embellishment. Comprises: Large teapot, smaller teapot, creamer, lidded sucre, slop bowl, 12 x cups, and 12 x saucers. All unsigned. £100-150
356.    Meissen: Cabinet cup, 2½ins. diameter and saucer, 4ins. diameter, decorated with turquoise alternate panels. £70-100
357.    Meissen: Cabinet cup, 2½ins. diameter and saucer, 4ins. diameter, decorated with turquoise alternate panels. £70-100
357A.   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). £120-150
358.    Meissen: Cabinet plates 8¼ins, diameter, turquoise & lilac - a pair. £70-100
359.    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. £70-100
360.    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. £70-100
361.    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. £70-100
362.    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. £70-100
363.    Meissen: Cabinet plates 8¼ins, diameter, blue and yellow - a pair. £70-100
364.    20th cent. Studio pottery: Set of graduated storage jars with cork covers, circular cheese dome, all with brown rustic sgraffito decoration, by Diana Worthy, Grich Pottery Derbyshire. £50-80
365.    Early 20th cent. Ceramics: Minton, 5 x dessert plates with central spray of roses, green border and gilt rim, Diamond china 6 x cups, 2o saucers, bird of paradise design. Plaster sleeping angel. £30-50
366.    Doulton: Lambeth jardiniére, cobalt blue, impressed mark. Height 9ins.
367.    Ceramics: Anti-slavery commemorative Doulton Lambeth glazed jardiniére with sprigged decoration showing subjugated figure. 7½ins. plus a Doulton match striker. £40-70
368.    Doulton: Lambeth bulbous short neck vase decorated in blue, cream and brown panels. The neck decorated in square panels of matching colour No 8120. Impressed mark. 8ins. £60-80
369.    Ceramics: Royal Doulton Whitbread's ashtray 9232 'Ale & Stout', impressed mark to base, and a Doulton ashtray 16783 'Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese'. Both 3½ins. £60-80
370.    19th cent. Terracotta Greek Revival: Wilhelm Schiller & Son Portland vase, modelled after Wedgwood, painted brown. 9ins. £50-70
371.    Doulton: Lambeth blue ball vase, water lilies and stylised leaves, green neck Florrie Jones No 8016. Impressed marks 5½ins. Plus a narrow base bulbous vase, ochre stylised daisy design No 7945. Impressed marks. 7½ins. £70-100
372.    Royal Doulton: Lambeth art deco stone ware vase with floral motifs, crafted by Florrie Jones. This design was launched in 1912 as part of the new style range. The design could be the work of Margaret E. Thompson. Impressed marks No 7918. 6½ins. £60-80
373.    Royal Doulton: Lambeth bulbous vase, brown ground with border of apples and leaves on a blue ground, designer Maud Bowden. Impresses marks No 8688. 7ins. £60-80
374.    Royal Doulton: Lambeth grape vine baluster vases, decorated by Ethel Beard No 8527. Impressed Doulton mark and black back stamp - a pair. 10ins. £80-120
375.    Royal Doulton: Lambeth bowl, blue glaze decorated with fruit and leaves. Impressed to base with W.T. Lamb & Sons. Complements Xmas 1924 No 8480 plus a Royal Doulton Lambeth bowl decorated with vines 8561. £60-80
376.    Doulton: Lambeth short neck bulbous vase, decorated with stylised flowers and vines on a cream ground with blue border neck, designer Bessie Newbery No 8002. Impressed marks. 7ins. £70-100
377.    Royal Doulton: Lambeth cherry blossom, long neck, vase by Eliza Simmance No 403. Impressed Doulton mark. 9½ins. £100-140
378.    Royal Doulton: Lambeth bulbous vase, decorated with a band of vine leaves and grapes. Lower half is a blue lustre, upper half and neck pale green No 8527. Impressed Doulton mark and black back stamp. 11ins. £70-100
379.    Royal Doulton: Lambeth blue/cream gourd vase, No 8006 and a cream gourd vase, decorated with leaves and fruit, designer both Bessie Newbery. Impressed marks. (2 Vases). £60-80
380.    Royal Doulton: Lambeth tube vase, decorated with vine border. Impressed mark and black back stamp 8ins. No 8527. Blue tube vase, vine border, designer Florrie Jones 6ins. Impressed mark, long neck ball vase, vine decoration, designer Ada Tosen. Impressed stamp. (3). £80-120
381.    Studio Pottery: Richard Wilson baluster vase with flared rim, decorated in pastel hues. Seal mark to base. Height 6½ins. £50-70
382.    Ceramics: Royal Copenhagen Pottery vase by Nils Thorsson. 7¾ins. £40-60
383.    Ceramics: Moorcroft Mugs, decorated with bluebells and irises. (2).
384.    20th cent. Ceramics: Poole Dephis charger with abstract design, blue black on red ground. 10½ins. £40-60
385.    Moorcroft: Blue ground vase with stylised floral decoration. 5½ins. £80-120
386.    Moorcroft c1987. Finches and fruit jug, initials William Moorcroft to base. Height 5½ins. Star crack to body. £30-50
387.    20th cent. Ceramics: Ruskin Pottery green chinoiserie bowl, impressed oval mark 1906, with matching stand, impressed Ruskin England. £200-300
388.    Art Deco Glass: Legras Indiana Cameo vase garniture of three, two upright and one boat shaped. Red cameo poppies, interior with green aventurine stems on a green and brown texture ground. Rims and bases gilt floriate decoration, all unsigned. Provenance: Family descent purchased at the Paris Exhibition 1925. Condition 1 upright has damage to rim, boat shaped - tiny chip to inner rim. Upright vases H12ins. Dia 5ins. at shoulder. Boat shaped L12ins. H4½ins. £500-800
389.    Glass and Crystal: The Lovebirds by Swarovski, Annual Edition 1987, unboxed. £60-80
390.    20th cent. Glass: Crystal trees, 22ins with oval droplets, 11ins. with circular droplets on mirror base. Crystal tulip arrangement, red, blue and yellow. £40-60
391.    20th cent. Glass: Glass circular display discs, 2 x impressed with a daisy 10ins. and 7ins. 1 x Winter scene 14ins. 1 x Study of cats. £20-40
392.    Crystal and Glass: Lenox crystal big cats including lion, tiger and wild cat plus crystal plaque with impressed tiger head. (4) £50-80
393.    Crystal and Glass: 9 cat figurines in various posts, Lenox crystal and others. £30-50
394.    Glass and Crystal: The Turtledoves Annual Edition 1989, unboxed. £60-80
395.    Glass and Crystal: The Woodpeckers by Swarovski, Annual Edition 1988, unboxed. £60-80
396.    Glass and Crystal: Perriot clown figure, handmade design by Swarovski. £40-60
397.    Crystal and Glass: Candle holders in the form of sleeping cats. £30-50
398.    Crystal and Glass: Collection of Swarovski and other crystal cats. Approx. 37. £20-40
399.    Glass and Crystal: Family of Elephants including Inspiration Africa elephant (AF), 2 x rhino and 2 x hippo. £60-80
400.    Crystal and Glass: Swarovski crystal horse and wolf. £60-80
401.    Glass and Crystal: African big cats, 3 x lions and cheetah. £60-80
402.    Glass and Crystal: Donkey, deer (AF), reclining camel and a collection of dogs. £30-50
403.    Glass and Crystal: Cut glass powder pot with butterfly finial x 2, crystal flower candle holders, crystal pineapple, water lily candle holder, crystal paperweight. 7 in total. £40-60
404.    Crystal and Glass: Collection of Swarovski Marine Animals including turtle, seals, penguins, squid, angelfish etc. £40-60
405.    Crystal and Glass: Birds including Swarovski, swans, penguins and others. £30-50
406.    Glass and Crystal: Chinese dragon, fox, squirrels, polar bear, hedgehog, mice, panda family, etc. Some Swarovski. £30-50
407.    Crystal and Glass: Selection of iridescent paperweights, hanging crystals, flowers and key rings etc. AF. 1 tray (tray not included). £30-50
407A.   Swarovski boxes, unrelated to items in sale. (6). £30-50
408.    Crystal and Glass: Dolphins on circular base, assorted dolphins, Swarovski oyster shell and pearl, resin dolphins on plinth. £50-80
409.    Glass and Crystal: Cat ornaments and figurines including 4 x Lenox frosted glass cats and 2 laser etched crystal blocks. (16). £40-60
410.    Glass: 20th Century hollow stem champagne glasses, 4 powell glasses, Venetian style glass figures of a man and women etc. £40-70
411.    Glassware: Art deco style geometric candlesticks, a pair. 8ins. Plus a perfume bottle. £30-50
412.    Art and Design: Arne Jacobsen stainless steel ice bucket and tongs, plus Chris Middleton hip flask £50-80
413.    20th cent. Electroplate entree dishes - 1 rectangle and 1 oval, with covers, gravy or sauce boats, a pair. £30-50
414.    Glassware: Late 18th/early 19th cent. Glass rummer, knop stem with tiny chip. Pontil mark to underside of foot. Bowl dia. 4¼ins. £30-50
415.    19th cent. Silver plate tea set including both a teapot and hot water pot with antler handles, milk jug, sugar bowl, on a tray, plus art nouveau biscuit barrel. £80-120
416.    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. £500-700
417.    20th cent. Georgian style electroplate four piece tea set. £40-50
418.    20th cent. Electroplate grape comport in a repousse design, stamped T.H.S with an archery target trademark logo. £30-50
419.    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 a St. Petersburg mark. Approx. 38oz. £1000-1500
420.    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. £1000-1500
421.    Silver: Miscellaneous hallmarked silver to include napkin rings (87g.) and 3 x white metal pillboxes. £40-60
422.    Hallmarked Silver: Oval pin dish & a condiment, Birmingham and a spoon Sheffield. Approx. 2½oz. £20-30
423.    Jewellery: Hallmarked gold and yellow metal. 18ct diamond and sapphire ring, Chester 1903, 2.4g. Victorian 9ct two tone gold pin brooch, 2g. Inclusive. A pierced yellow metal pin brooch and yellow metal eye piece. Hallmarked silver fruit fork and spoon, Birmingham 1860/61. £100-120
424.    Hallmarked Silver: Edwardian and later silver hallmarked vestas (5). 3oz. £80-120
425.    Hallmarked Silver: Miscellaneous hallmarked silver to include toast rack, silver handled scissors, button hook, sugar sifter etc. £40-60
426.    Hallmarked Silver: 19th cent. Irish Britannia silver sugar tongs, Victoria duty mark, Dublin 1862, makers mark J.S possibly James Salter. 1.7oz. Plus two white metal knife rests. £30-50
427.    Silver: George III part lobed teapot with fruitwood handle, Rebecca Eames London 1812. 17.5oz. inclusive. (Ex-Property Sir John Hawkshaw, noted Victorian civil engineer whose most noteworthy achievements included Clifton suspension bridge and the Severn Tunnel). £200-300
428.    Hallmarked Silver: Omar Ramsden hallmarked silver sweet dish, planished bowl with bow shaped rim adornments. Engraved to base "Omar Ramsden me Fecit" London 1935-36 O.R. inscription "To Aunt Lil from Margaret 28th July 1937". Diameter 4ins, 4.6oz. £300-400
429.    Hallmarked Silver: Birmingham arts and crafts mug, maker "H.A" Birm. approx. 2½oz. £30-50
430.    Hallmarked Silver: Combined Vesta sovereign holder, dated 1908-9, with silver gilt lining. 1oz. £40-60
431.    Hallmarked Silver: Sterling silver spoons, nips, napkin rings, banknote holder, full silver coins, and other scrap silver. 8½oz. £80-100
432.    The Lady Lowry Jewellery Collection: Edwardian continental white metal set (800 standard) graduated drop garnet and seed pearl necklet and chain. £80-100
433.    Jewellery: Sapphire and cubic zirconia three stone pendant 9ct. yellow gold 0.8g with chain 9ct. yellow gold 2.7g inclusive plus hallmarked silver vesta and napkin ring. £60-80
434.    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
435.    Coins/Jewellery: Mother Teresa thaler and Victorian florin 1878. £30-50
436.    20th cent. American sterling silver metamorphic candlesticks, marked 'Gorham Sterling' to base. A pair. 9½ins. Unscrewed 5ins. £80-120
437.    Gold jewellery: John Watling seascape diorama pendant 18ct. hallmarked set with diamond, sapphire & amethyst starfish & seahorses. Approx. 31gms. £600-1000
438.    Hallmarked Gold: 18ct. Fine opal oval pendant set with three diamonds and double suspension loops. 8.2g. inclusive. £300-400
439.    Hallmarked Gold: 9ct. Gate bracelet c1992 with blue leather box 10.6g. £120-150
440.    Hallmarked Gold: 9ct link gate pattern necklace. Boxed. 29g. £320-400
441.    Jewellery: Opal with amethyst ring, set in yellow 9ct. gold. £30-50
442.    Jewellery: Opal and diamond bangle, 14K tested with twin opal and 32 small diamond terminals. 11g inclusive. £200-250
443.    Jewellery: Clear graduated amber 48 bead necklace with inclusions. £200-300
444.    Jewellery/Gold: Sovereign ring, Victoria 1900, set in 9ct. mount (tested) scrap weight 12g. inclusive. £200-250
445.    Hallmarked Gold: 9ct. Fine opal ring, shank half bark pattern. 3.5 inclusive. £180-250
446.    The Lady Lowry Jewellery Collection: Cultured freshwater blister pearl x 3 earrings. Gold set (tested) 18k. 11.5g. Inclusive.
447.    Barbara Adamson Calvert, QC (nee Parker; 30 April 1926 - 22 July 2015), known as Barbara, Lady Lowry after her second marriage, was a British barrister specialising in family law. She was the first woman to become a Bencher of the Middle Temple when she was elected in 1982. Calvert was born on 30 April 1926 in Leeds, Yorkshire, England. Her father was Albert Parker CBE, a chemist. She was educated at St. Helen's School, an independent all-girls school in Northwood, London. She went on to study economics at the London School of Economics.

The Lady Lowry Jewellery Collection: Cultured freshwater blister pearl x 5 ring. Gold 18k set (tested). 9g. Inclusive. £300-350
448.    The Lady Lowry Jewellery Collection: White jade jewellery. Thirty matching beads ⅜?ins. Dia. plus Buddha oval pendant. 52g.

449.    The Lady Lowry Jewellery Collection: Cultured freshwater blister pearl double strand necklace 14k gold (tested). 26ins. x 2. £150-200
450.    The Lady Lowry Jewellery Collection: Cultured freshwater blister pearl double strand bracelet with 14k gold (tested) clasp. £100-120
451.    The Lady Lowry Jewellery Collection: Seed pearl brooch wire circular setting. 9ct gold set (tested). £20-30
452.    The Lady Lowry Jewellery Collection: Garnet drop pendant with 9ct gold link necklace. 7g. £80-100
453.    The Lady Lowry Jewellery Collection: Jade jewellery Cabouchon ring set in silver (tested). 13g. £50-80
454.    The Lady Lowry Jewellery Collection: Jade jewellery. Oval cabouchon ring set in 18ct gold (tested). 5.8g. £120-150
455.    The Lady Lowry Jewellery Collection: Edwardian multiple garnet, hinged bangle 9ct yellow gold set (tested). 23g. Inclusive. £200-250
456.    The Lady Lowry Jewellery Collection: Sterling silver rectangular green pendant plus green glass and paste pendant. £20-30
457.    The Lady Lowry Jewellery Collection: Dress jewellery yellow brilliant cut men's ring (tests) citrine, silver set (tested). 22g. £20-30
458.    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
459.    The Lady Lowry Jewellery Collection: Art deco dress ring. Garnet oval shield shape set on silver rose gilt (tested). £20-30
460.    The Lady Lowry Jewellery Collection: Diamond jewellery. Ruby and diamond openwork ring 14kt gold set (tested). 6.7g. £150-180
461.    The Lady Lowry Jewellery Collection: Dress jewellery. Smoky quartz ring oval cut 9ct gold (tested) set. £100-150
462.    The Lady Lowry Jewellery Collection: Dress jewellery citrine ring, yellow metal 9ct gold (tested) set. £100-150
463.    The Lady Lowry Jewellery Collection: Garnet jewellery cluster ring, circular central stone, five teardrop and seven smaller round cut set in 9ct gold (tested). 9.3g. £100-150
464.    The Lady Lowry Jewellery Collection: Dress rings, garnet x 4 with leaf surround plus oval 3 row x 10 silver (tested) set. (2). £25-30
465.    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
466.    The Lady Lowry Jewellery Collection: Art deco diamond jewellery. Garnet ring oval cut with triangular diamond shoulders white gold set (tested). Garnet mounting loose. 7.7g. £120-150
467.    The Lady Lowry Jewellery Collection: Diamond jewellery. Oval tigers eye surrounded by a double diamond row. 18ct gold (tested). 12.1g. Inclusive. £300-350
468.    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
469.    The Lady Lowry Jewellery Collection: Art deco blue topaz, emerald cut with double row diamond shoulders. Platinum set (tested). 9.6g. £200-250
470.    The Lady Lowry Jewellery Collection: Diamond jewellery. Oval cut amethyst surrounded by six small diamonds. Ring 18ct gold wire setting (tested). 9.6g. Inclusive. £250-300
471.    The Lady Lowry Jewellery Collection: Dress jewellery. Emerald and diamond ring, oval central stone surrounded by twelve teardrop emeralds, interspersed with small diamonds. Set 14kt yellow gold. Marked and tested. 79g. £200-250
472.    The Lady Lowry Jewellery Collection: Dress jewellery. Oval cut amethyst ring with diamond x 8 shoulders, 14kt gold set (tested). 10.6g. £250-300
473.    The Lady Lowry Jewellery Collection: Hallmarked gold diamond and sapphire ring. Leaf style design, eleven sapphires and twelve diamonds. 18ct gold marked. 17.5g. £500-700
474.    The Lady Lowry Jewellery Collection: Art deco cabouchon ring with old cut diamond surround 14k gold set (tested) 7.8g. £250-300
475.    The Lady Lowry Jewellery Collection: Diamond jewellery citrine ring. Oval cut surrounded by ten diamonds. 18ct gold (tested). Basket set cluster. 12.8g. Inclusive. £400-500
476.    The Lady Lowry Jewellery Collection: Hallmarked gold blue topaz. Oval cut with diamond set either side. 18ct gold marked. 9.4g. £250-300
477.    The Lady Lowry Jewellery Collection: Diamond jewellery. Green amethyst ring, emerald cut surrounded by twenty two small diamonds. £200-250
478.    The Lady Lowry Jewellery Collection: Art deco hallmarked gold garnet ring set with triangular diamond shoulders in white 18ct gold. 7.7g. Inclusive. £250-300
479.    The Lady Lowry Jewellery Collection: Diamond jewellery. Rose quartz oval ring set with multiple diamonds 32 18ct gold. Hallmarked and tested. 10g. £300-400
480.    The Lady Lowry Jewellery Collection: Early 19th cent. Banded agate brooch set in plated yellow metal plus yellow metal tie pin set with a white stone. £20-30
481.    The Lady Lowry Jewellery Collection: Garnet jewellery - pendant, cross shaped central stone with four large ovals and four small set in rose 9ct gold (tested). Approx. 6.8g. £100-150
482.    Hallmarked Gold: Hollow bangle 9ct. maker A Ltd. plus a receipt for £115 from Gold Smiths Middlesbrough. 4g. £40-60
483.    Hallmarked Gold: 9ct. Rope twist necklace. 11g. £130-180
484.    20th cent. Ceramics: Limoges trinket boxes, scent bottles in a case, egg shaped, serpentine and round, plus three Oriental scent bottles and other boxes. £30-50
485.    Jewellery: 19th cent. Gentleman's cravat or tie pins, yellow metal stems, with gemstone style finials, topaz and amethyst, garnet set with two small diamonds, amethyst, lapis. £50-80
486.    Hallmarked Gold: Interlocking link necklace. 9ct. 11g. £130-180
487.    Hallmarked Gold: 9ct. Linked bracelet with padlock clasp. 8g. £90-120
488.    Hallmarked Gold: White gold 750-18ct. necklace aqua marine stones, three interlaced with three white gold ingots. 7g inclusive. £180-240
489.    Hallmarked Gold: 19th cent. 18ct child's ruby and diamond gypsy style ring. 3g. £90-150
490.    Jewellery: Trilogy ring, 0.1ct. (approx.) x 2, 0.15ct. (approx) x 1. Platinum and 18ct gold, stamped. 3g. Inclusive. £90-120
491.    Jewellery: Hallmarked 9ct white gold solitaire ring with white stones (5) set in the shoulder, and a white gold solitaire. 4g. £50-80
492.    Hallmarked Gold: Diamond cluster ring 18ct. 2g. £100-150
493.    Jewellery: Oval sapphire cluster ring surrounded by multiple small diamonds (22), set in 9ct gold. 6g. £70-100
494.    Jewellery: Gold solitaire set ring with diamond set shoulders. Approx 0.20ct. Worn hallmarks. £120-180
495.    Hallmarked Gold: Rings of various designs, linked hearts, hand clasping a stone, wedding band, all 9ct and an earring clasp. 13g. Plus St. Christopher pendant 14ct. 3g. £140-200
496.    Hallmarked Gold: Art deco diamond five stone square cluster ring, the single cut stones approx. 0.10ct total, grain set in platinum flashed gold on a plain shank, stamped 18ct and plat. Ring size M. 1.7g. Gross. £60-100
497.    Hallmarked Gold: Tooth pick, London Mark. 7g. approx. £60-80
498.    Jewellery: Oval link chain tests 9ct with plated bolt ring. 10.9g. Inclusive. £100-120
499.    Hallmarked Gold: 18ct. wedding band. 2.7g. approx. £60-80
500.    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. £60-80
501.    Jewellery: Ruby & diamond bracelet 9k yellow gold 5.6g. £80-120
502.    Jewellery: Yellow metal cameo, bracelet, earrings etc. All test 9ct. 7g. inc. £50-80
503.    Gold Jewellery: 14ct. yellow gold (tested) pearl and small sapphire ring. 3.2gms. £75-100
504.    Jewellery: Rings, hallmarked gold and yellow metal (test 9ct.) 19g. approx. £200-250
505.    Jewellery: Ruby and cubic zirconia ring 14k yellow gold 3.4g. £70-100
506.    Jewellery: Two joined rings 1 x trilogy Iolite? and diamond, 1 x horse shoe wedding band set 9ct. gold 3.3g plus a 9ct. claddagh ring. £60-80
507.    Hallmarked Gold: Dress ring 9ct. 5 stone pink cubic zirconia, boat shape. Ring with pink stones. 4.7g. inc. £50-80
508.    Watches: Citizen Promaster Navihawk GPS black dial titanium men's watch CC902585E. 47mm grey titanium case with a rotating slide rule bezel, a black dial, a scratch resistant sapphire crystal, black luminescent hands, and index hour markers. Minute markers around the rim. Date window in between the 4 and 5 o'clock positions. Day indicator at the 9 o'clock position. Logo beneath the 12 o'clock position. Features: chronograph, satellite GPS timekeeping technology, world time (27 cities), perpetual calendar, power reserve indicator, and alarm. Hands: hours, minutes and seconds. Case thickness of 15mm. Push / pull crown. 22mm grey titanium bracelet with a fold over clasp. Eco drive movement and water resistant up to 200 meters, 4 years warranty remaining. RRP £1495.00. £500-800
509.    Watches: Pre-war Omega Staybrite wrist watch with later Omega box and leather strap. £200-300
510.    Watches: Swiss made Envoy 15 ladies watch, cased hallmarked 9ct. expanding bracelet 9ct. 18g. inc. £80-120
511.    Watches: Bordier Geneva, gold tested 18ct. - cased, ladies pendant or dress watch, gilt dial, signed as LS movement case stamped A.S in oval cartouche and "G" Geneva town mark in shield, serial no 1291 95. £150-250
512.    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. £80-120
512A.   Clocks: Brass carriage clock, Greaves, Birmingham. Housed in an earlier red Moroccan case. £40-60
513.    19th cent. French brass carriage clock in red Morocco case. £120-180
514.    Clocks: Brass carriage clock. White enamel face, Roman numerals, signed Garrard. Movement signed W.H.J. Requires repair. 4½ins. x 3ins. x 12¼ins. £70-100
515.    Clocks: 20th cent. 8 day Bayard brass carriage clock, white enamelled face with Roman numerals, French movement. £50-70
516.    Clocks: 19th cent. Brass carriage clock, white enamel face with Roman numerals, unsigned movement. £50-70
517.    Clocks/Watches: 19th cent. Paul Garnier brass pocket stopwatch. 2½ins. £80-120
518.    Costume Jewellery: hallmarked silver and white metal Bangle, rings, charm bracelet, pendants, and Iverna name necklace. £30-50
519.    Jewellery/Objects of Vertu: Hallmarked vesta, 19th cent. toothpick holder, Wedgwood Jasperware earring and necklace set etc. £100-150
520.    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. £30-50
521.    Costume Jewellery: White metal oval owl pendant & chain, possibly Mexican. £20-30
522.    Costume Jewellery: Yellow metal woman's wide cuff bracelet, curb bracelet set with cubic zirconia, amber coloured pendant. £20-30
523.    Costume Jewellery: Malachite ring, earrings, jade and metal ring. £30-50
524.    Lighters: DuPont brown Chinese lacquer and gold plated table lighter, with box and paperwork. £150-180
525.    Pens: Mont Blanc 144 (F Italic), boxed with original receipt, paperwork and Mont Blanc repair service box. Plus Watermans fountain pen and a boxed parker pen.
526.    19th cent. Objects of Virtu: Miniature books. Le Petit Fabuliste, leather bound, very worn, 1ins. x ½ins. Plus scrapbook 2ins. x 1½ins. Black lacquer patch box. £80-120
527.    19th cent. Miniature portrait of a young girl, contained in a Gutta-Percha velvet lined case. 2½ins. x 3ins. £50-60
528.    Gold Coins: 1999 Proof half sovereign. £150-250
529.    Gold Coins: 1894 and 1906 half sovereigns. (2). £250-350
530.    Gold Coins: 1870 Australian Sydney mint sovereign. £250-350
531.    Gold Coins: 1927 George V sovereign. £250-350
532.    Gold Coins: 1915 George V sovereign. £250-350
533.    Gold Coins: 1963 Elizabeth II sovereign. £250-350
534.    Gold Coins: Queen Victoria half sovereigns. 1901 x 2. £250-350
535.    Gold Coins: 1914 and 1901 half sovereigns. £250-350
536.    Gold Coins: George V half sovereigns. 1914 x 2. £250-350
537.    Gold Coins: 1911 George V sovereign. £250-350
538.    Gold Coins: 1908 Edward VII sovereign. £250-350
539.    Gold Coins: 1913 George V sovereign. £250-350
540.    Gold Coins: 1910 Edward VII sovereign. £250-350
541.    Gold Coins: 1907 Edward VII sovereign. £250-350
542.    God Coins: 1907 Edward VII sovereign. £250-350
542A.   Gold Coins: 1958 Elizabeth II sovereign. £250-350
543.    Numismatics - Paper Money: One album containing forty one German notes dating from 1904 - 1939 including the 1923 50 million mark note. £150-200
544.    Coins: Uncirculated sets for 1964, 1965 (2), and 1967, and an uncirculated set Britain's first decimal coins. Plus approx. 32 crowns, all Elizabeth II, including Churchill and many single examples of 1960s coinage. Thirteen silver 3d bits, a silver 6d, and George III half crown. 1oz. Day of the Concorde commemorative medallion and stamps. Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee commemorative first day cover and proof quality sterling silver stamp replica. 2½oz. £40-60
545.    Coins: Crowns in presentation cases (20+), Coronation Jubilee £5, pin badges and Churchill Crown. £20-30
546.    Coins & Medals: Includes Queen Elizabeth II crowns, 10 shilling notes, £1 note, 1914-18 WWI Hindenburg Cross with Swords, and Victorian crystoleum of a mandolin player. £30-50
547.    Numismatics - Coins: Brilliant uncirculated coin collection for 1984, 1986, 1997 - 2005. Eleven in total. £30-50
548.    Numismatics - Coins: Elizabeth II, 14 £5 coins 1997 - 2003 & 14 £2 coins from the 1990s & 3 D Day 50ps. Also presentation packs of the Act of Union £2, Abolition of Slave Trade £2 plus 3 x Millennium £5. £80-100
549.    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
550.    Coins/Medallions: George V 1935 crown plus 1970 Hudson Bay Company large bronze tercentenary medallion. £20-30
551.    Numismatics - Paper Money: Six albums containing over 400 world notes A - Z. Good to uncirculated condition. Many high denominations. £150-200