Fine Art. Antiques & Collectors Items on
Saturday 17th August 2019

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1.      20th cent. Fairground art clock garniture showing 2 lovers kissing and children holding baskets. AF. £20-40
2.      19th cent. Mahogany display cabinet, moulded glazed doors, ebony and boxwood inlay. Concave canted sides. The whole on six square tapered supports, rising off spade feet. 52ins. x 65ins. x 16ins. £80-120
3.      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. £50-80
4.      20th cent. Three door glazed bookcase, Gothic arch mouldings, on cab supports. 46½ins. x 46ins. x 11½ins. £50-80
5.      Early 20th cent. Rustic pine dresser, 3 door with bowed glass cupboards to the rack section. 58½ins. £50-80
6.      Toys: Reproduction cast iron Titanic money box. (A/F) £10-20
7.      19th/20th cent. Lamps: Veritas brass oil lamp and shade and a black metal chamber stick. £20-40
8.      Clocks: 18th cent. Mahogany longcase, 8 day movement, arch brass dial, carved spandrels, second hand at 12, date at 6, with bell strike and silent in the arch. Made by William Stoddart of London. Height 81ins. £200-300
9.      Clocks: 19th cent. Mahogany longcase with 8 day movement, painted dial, spandrels and arch. Second hand at 12, half-moon date, moon phase arch dial, by John Pill (possibly Pitt), Tetbury. 82ins. £200-300
10.     Clocks: 19th cent. Mahogany longcase. Arch dial, painted rural scene, spandrel bell strike second hand at 12, and date at 6 o'clock. Verity Rothwell 92ins. £100-150
11.     Luggage: 20th cent. Three graduated suitcases, one aluminium case and an aluminium vanity case. (5) £20-30
12.     Clocks: Early 19th cent. Oak eight day longcase. Circular brass dial. Thomas Edwards of Castor. Dial 12ins. £150-200
13.     Clocks: 18th cent. Mahogany long case. Silvered chapter ring, brass spandrels and central dial, 8 day movement. Maker Hodgson Bell Working Sunderland 1861-77. £200-300
14.     Edwardian oak hall stand, mirror missing, art nouveau tiles, stick and umbrella tray along with a collection of walking sticks and umbrellas. £30-50
15.     19th cent. Limed oak painted table, shaped top and apron, long cabriole supports rising off ball and claw feet. 59½ins. x 35ins. x 30ins. £30-50
16.     19th cent. Brass & Copper Ware: Copper kettle, brass kettle stand, Indian brass pot 7ins diameter, water can, plus a stoneware foot warmer. £20-40
17.     Metalware: 19th cent. And later metalware to include pewter, copper, brass, and a number of later horse brasses. £50-80
18.     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
19.     19th cent. Ceramics: Wedgwood trinket boxes, plates, vegetable tureens, mottoware, etc. £20-40
20.     20th cent. Ceramics: Blue and white Avon pattern, vegetable tureens x 2, a large ironstone cheese dish, Chinese rice bowls and spoons etc. £30-50
21.     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. £30-60
22.     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
23.     20th cent. Papyrus art paintings depicting scenes from Ancient Egypt. Various sizes. (15). (Portfolio not included). Plus Bradford Exchange: Eight plates, The Russian Legends Series, 7 x plates The Sonnets of Shakespeare Series plus 1 other. Some boxed. Ceramics: Royal Copenhagen plates dated 1969 boxed, 1971 boxed, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978 boxed, 1987, 1988, 1989. 12 in total.
24.     19th and 20th cent. Glass and ceramics. Paperweights, wine glasses, teapot, commemorative etc. £20-40
25.     Ceramics: Melba tea set - 12 place setting. 6 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
26.     Glassware: Murano pyramid perfume bottle, a tier cake stand, Mary Gregory green vase, Carnival glass bowls, fruit sets. (2 Boxes). £30-50
27.     Ceramics: 19th and 20th cent. Blue and white pottery, marked and unmarked, a selection of, plus a blue and brown mottled glazed tobacco jar. £30-50
28.     Ceramics: Miscellaneous china and effects Maling bowl, art nouveau tile, etc. x 2. £20-40
29.     20th cent. Glass: Drinking and other glass, some engraved, some plain. Large tray, large and small box. £30-50
30.     Travel: Aluminium travel/packing case on two wheels with extending handles. 30½ins. x 15ins. x 13ins. £20-40
31.     Gardenalia: Gardman grow it poly tunnel. Unused in box. 9ft. 10ins. x 6ft 7ins. x 6ft 3ins. £30-50
32.     Ceramics: 19th cent. Collection of tea sets Limoge. New Chelsea, Harrods etc. mixed saucers, cups and plates, a/f. 2 boxes. £30-50
33.     Ceramics: 19th cent. And later mixed effects Beswick pheasant, ribbon plates, Wade gin barrel, Imari, Sunderland lustre mug. £20-30
34.     20th cent. Circular pine table with single pedestal, 54ins. diameter, and six beech chairs including 2 carvers. £50-80
35.     20th cent. Pine 2 door dresser with open rack. 45ins. £20-40
36.     20th cent. Asian hardwood coffee table with brass inlay and glass top. 42ins. x 22ins. x 18ins. £30-50
37.     19th cent. Pine iron bound blanket box. 37ins. x 19ins. x 18ins. £40-60
38.     Studio Pottery: Conical shape table lamp base with cream shade. This item must be re-wired before use. £30-50
39.     20th cent. Pine sideboards, 3 drawers adjoining twin door cupboards. (1) 40ins. x 29ins. x 15½ins. (2) 52ins. x 24½ins. x 16ins.
40.     The Thomas E Skidmore Collection: Mr Skidmore lived and worked in Shanghai as Chief Engineer, British American Tobacco Company until his retirement in 1935. See family letter of Provenance.

Late 19th/early 20th cent. Chinese export, Gothic revival oak oval extending table with four leaves on barley twist supports, on original castors. 54ins. x 54ins closed. 71ins x 54ins extended. £80-100
41.     20th cent. Ceramics: Royal Doulton "Rondelay" pattern tea, coffee & part dinner set. Tea cups and saucers x 12, coffee cups and saucers x 11, vegetable tureens x 4, (one without cover), gravy boats x 2, gravy boat saucer, coffee pot, creamer jug, milk jug, serving oval, bread & butter plate and one pudding bowl. £30-50
42.     Early 20th cent. Scrubbed pine plank top kitchen table. 55ins. x 30ins. x 32ins. £60-100
43.     Ephemera: Bound copies of the Hampshire Observer, January 6th 1906 to June 30th 1906, giving a glimpse into the world of the Edwardian's. Plus another bound copy of The Observer from Saturday January 1st 1953 to Saturday 26th December 1953, a different view, gone the servant advertisements, a more relaxed view. £30-50
44.     20th cent. Mahogany plant stand. £20-30
45.     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. £100-150
46.     19th cent. Mahogany dressing table mirror, reed columns and a three drawer base. £20-40
47.     19th cent. Mahogany skeleton mirror with satinwood banding. 22ins. x 16ins. Plus a mahogany swing mirror. 21ins. x 17ins. £30-50
48.     18th cent. Oak tilt top table on single support. 31ins dia. Plus 19th cent mahogany tilt top table on single support. 20ins dia. £60-80
49.     19th cent. Oak tripod table on single column support. £40-70
50.     19th/20th cent. Oak plant stand with two shelves on tapered supports, plus a 20th cent. mahogany stained plant stand. Both approx. 36ins high. (2). £30-50
51.     19th cent. Mahogany two tier side table with barley twist supports on tapered castors. Plus an ornately carved 20th cent. oak spinner's chair. £20-40
52.     Art Deco: Oak two tier serving trolley on squared supports and brass and rubber castors. 23ins high. Oak lazy Susan. Dia. 21ins. £40-60
53.     Shipping: Early 20th cent. Oak 'Captain's' chair with revolving base. £50-80
54.     African Tribal: Late 19th/early 20th cent. Benin/Yoruba style pair of heavily carved octagonal side tables, decorated with elephants and native figures, the four supports carved with crocodiles. A pair. 15ins. £80-120
55.     Early 20th cent. Oak coopered plant stand on tripod supports. 36ins high. £20-40
56.     Early 20th cent. Oak wall mounted cupboard with two moulded doors and one shelf. 23ins. x 9ins. x 29ins. Plus oak peg jointed stool with turned supports. 18½ins. x 11ins. x 22ins. £30-50
57.     19th/20th cent. Mahogany spindle back salon chairs x 2, with crescent moon backs on tapered supports. £30-50
58.     Early 20th cent. Oak bobbin turned cricket side table. 26ins high. £40-60
59.     Pre-War: Oak plant stand, an oval barley twist occasional table and a small oak gateleg table. (3) £20-40
60.     Mid 20th cent. beech framed bergère armchairs x 3. £30-50
61.     20th cent. Modern Pine desk with leather skiver. 35ins. x 32ins. x 17½ins. £30-50
62.     Edwardian beech Georgian revival 2 seater sofa/lovers seat on spade and sabre supports, wicker seat and squab cushion. £80-120
63.     Set of 6 pre-war oak dining chairs with brown leather seats and backs, 4 chairs plus 2 carvers. Plus one other chair. (7) £100-150
64.     Early 20th cent. Oak, Gothic revival dining chairs, tan rexine back panels and seats x 8. £60-100
65.     Late 17th/early 18th cent. Walnut high back hall chair with rattan seat and base. £100-150
66.     Edwardian mahogany coal box with embroidered panel and carved Art Nouveau decoration. £30-50
67.     The Thomas E Skidmore Collection: Late 19th/early 20th cent. Chinese export, Gothic revival oak. Six chairs and two carvers on barley twist supports with red Rexine upholstery and decorated with fret work scrolls. Both carvers and one chair are stamped 6708 (same as sideboard), on the underside of stretcher.
68.     19th cent. Mahogany sofa table. Two drawers, splayed supports, end drop flaps. 37ins. 30½ins. x 21½ins. Extended 57ins. £50-80
69.     19th cent. Mahogany drop flap table. When extended 54ins. x 28½ins. x 35ins and 18¾ins. when folded. £30-60
70.     Platedware: Oak cased set of six fish knives and forks with servers, plus a christening set of knife, fork and spoon. £20-30
71.     20th cent. Mahogany collector's chest of nine drawers. £30-50
72.     20th cent. Platedware: Britannia metal tea set, coffee pot, serving dishes, etc. £30-50
73.     20th cent. Plated flatware. Knives, forks, spoons, some boxed. Community plate, plus cased fish serving set, fish knives and forks. £30-50
73A.    20th cent. Walnut veneered desk with one drawer over knee hole, six side drawers and leather inlaid top. 46ins. x 21ins. x 29ins. £60-80
74.     Edwardian mahogany serpentine fronted glass display cabinet on cabriole supports. £60-80
75.     18th cent. Oak chest of two short and three long drawers on bracket supports. £100-150
76.     20th cent. Oak twin pedestal nine drawer desk topped with leather scriber. 47½ins. 29ins. x 23ins. £80-120
77.     18th cent. Oak coffer with carved and inlaid decoration. 51ins. £100-150
78.     19th cent. Carolean style oak coffer with carved panels and later restoration. £100-150
79.     20th cent. Walnut drop front bureau, single door cupboard, inlaid decoration. 21½ins. x 41ins. x 13ins. £20-40
80.     19th cent. Burr walnut Davenport with back galleried desk and secret compartment. Serpentine fronted slope which opens to reveal a fitted satinwood interior. Side cupboard opening to reveal four drawers, the other side is a false front. Carved front supports on brass castors. 21ins wide. £80-120
81.     Oak double pedestal tambour desk with fitted interior. £150-250
82.     19th cent. Pine white painted dresser base, three central drawers flanked by single door cupboards, solid gallery back. £50-80
83.     20th cent. Mahogany ornate display cupboard, mirror backed top with single shelf, carved and fretwork panelling. The base with central single drawer above twin glazed doors, flanked by shelving either side. The whole on carved cabriole supports. 47ins. x 84ins. x 14ins. £70-120
84.     19th cent. Mahogany balloon backed nursing chair on turned supports, on tapered cup castors and nursing chair on turned supports and simple brass castors. (2). £30-50
85.     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. £120-180
86.     Royal Doulton: "Tumbling Leaves" dinner and tea china. Dinner plates x 13, dessert bowls x 11, side plates x 13, sugar bowl, tea cups x 10, saucers x 13, and a square cake plate. Plus 20th cent. Ceramics: Arabia "Wildflowers" coffee cans and saucers x 6 and a sugar bowl.
87.     20th cent. American maple tallboy/chest on stand made by S. Prague & Carlton of New Hampshire. £50-80
88.     19th/20th cent. Oak rustic shoe box with drop front opening. 39ins. x 12ins. x 25ins. Plus 19th cent. Iron fender with pierced vine and leaf decoration. 42ins long. £30-50
89.     20th. cent. Beech effect double pedestal desk. 67ins. x 21ins. £80-120
90.     Ceramics: 19th cent. Copeland & Garrett part dessert service, Staffordshire Tazza and 19th cent. English Chamberlains dinner set (some a/f). £80-120
91.     20th cent. Walnut corner cupboard, two doors, top door glazed with Gothic arch mouldings, lower door solid. 29ins. x 64ins. x 19ins. £30-50
92.     20th cent. Pine two door dresser with one drawer and two shelves. 77ins. x 32ins. x 19ins. £60-80
93.     18th cent. Oak hanging candle box. £40-60
94.     Ceramics: Royal Albert old country roses tea set. Approx. 28 pieces. £30-50
95.     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'. £200-300
96.     20th cent. Oak six panel settle. 48ins. x 68ins. x 17ins. £80-120
97.     19th cent. Mahogany bow fronted hall table. The top decorated with an oval panel depicting an inlaid classical urn on tapering supports. 43ins. £80-120
98.     19th cent. Mahogany card table, inlaid with boxwood and ebony on splayed supports. £60-80
99.     George III style mahogany demi-lune side table on tapering supports. 35ins. £40-60
100.    20th cent. Mahogany woolwork footstool with embroidered floral cover on cabriole supports. 39ins. x 16ins. x 14ins. £30-50
101.    19th cent. Mahogany sideboard with three drawers, over three cupboards, central partition shelved, end cupboards with slides. The back carved with stylised foliage. The whole on a plinth. 66ins. x 56ins. x 22ins. £100-150
102.    19th cent. Crystoleums by Arthur Elsley. 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, framed 7ins. x 10ins. A pair. £30-50
103.    Brass oil lamp on a black ceramic base with shade and flue. £20-40
104.    Late 17th/early 18th cent. Oak side table with drawer to front. 28ins. x 18ins. £100-150
105.    19th cent. Mahogany two over three oak beaded drawer chest on turned supports. 50ins. x 46½ins. x 19½ins. £80-120
106.    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. £100-150
107.    19th cent. Mahogany chiffonier, serpentine side drawers, brass lions head handles with mirrored gallery to rear. 66ins. £200-300
108.    19th cent, Regency satinwood chiffonier with ebonised inlay and two pierced brass openwork doors. 36½ins. £100-150
109.    19th cent. Rosewood boule work dwarf chiffonier with two glazed doors. 43ins. £200-300
110.    19th cent. Rosewood boule work games table on single pedestal support. 36ins. £200-300
111.    19th cent. Mahogany Joseph Fitter Mechanish table on tapering supports, has the ability to extend to 20ft. £400-700
112.    19th cent. Mahogany hoop back dining chairs, turned and carved front supports. Drop in seats x 6. £80-120
113.    Edwardian beech salon chairs x 6, with bar and top gallery back on turned supports. £60-80
114.    20th cent. Luxor (Denby) dinner service comprises dinner plates 10½ins. x 11, side plates 9¾ins. x 8, small side plates 7¾ins. x 8, meat dish 10¾ins. x 8¾ins, meat dish 13¾ins. x 11ins, vegetable dish with lid 9ins x 8¾ins, vegetable dish 9ins x 8¾ins, gravy boats with lids and saucers x 2, gravy spoon, gravy jug. All in good condition. Meat dish 18¼ins x 15ins, meat dish 14¼ins x 11¾ins, dinner plate 10½ins, side plates 9¾ins x 4, small plates 7¾ins x 3. In not perfect condition. £30-50
115.    19th cent. Satinwood Sheraton style gentleman's 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
116.    19th cent. Regency Sheraton style satinwood salon suite. Comprises - two seater sofa decorated with inlaid neo-classical stylised motifs and carved/pierced decoration and Gentleman's and Ladies armchairs, upholstered in a turquoise velvet. £400-600
117.    Clocks: 19th cent. Walnut inlaid marquetry wall tavern clock. 29ins. x 17ins. £50-80
118.    Clocks: 19th cent. Flame mahogany wall clock with craved floral decoration and brass inlay. £60-80
119.    Meteorology: Oak cased banjo barometers with thermometers, wall mounted x 2. £40-60
120.    Early 19th cent. Oak corner cupboard on stand. Reeded, canted sides, centre inlaid cartouche. Door opening to reveal sloped shelving. The stand has three turned supports united by stretchers. 33ins. x 66ins. x 19ins. £50-80
121.    19th cent. Flame mahogany wall mounted mirror. 23ins. x 62ins. £20-40
122.    Late 19th cent. Mahogany display cabinet. Two moulded glazed doors flanking a bow fronted glazed centre. Inlaid decoration throughout, on four square tapering supports, rising off spade feet. 42½ins. x 71ins. x 17ins. £80-120
123.    20th cent. Mahogany compactum, twin doors over hanging compartments with top shelves. The base on bracket supports. 70ins. x 86ins. x 21ins. £100-150
124.    Ceramics: Late 19th cent. Art nouveau ceramic planter and stand/Jardiniere decorated profusely with flowers. Damage to base. 46ins in height, a/f. £80-120
125.    19th cent. Oak tall corner cupboard, glazed top door, solid bottom door, both opening to reveal a shelved interior. 40ins. x 78ins. x 24½ins. £50-70
126.    20th cent. Bevel edged shield shaped wall mirrors, a pair. 16½ins in length. Wall mirrors, gilt, mahogany, and oak. One oval with pierced gilt frame.
127.    Metalware: Brass and copper, copper graduated measuring jugs, brass graduated measuring cups, 2 x brass kettles, scale weights, French art shell vase, Islamic style brass tray, copper and beech bed warmer and steel fire guard. Lighting: Two brass and treen angle poise lamps with shades, extend from 17ins. to 28ins. Glass oil lamp and brass candle holder. Plus 20th cent. Lamp stand with twisted brass effect stand. 6ft. £30-50
128.    19th cent. Slate and marble mantle clock, English make. Plus two 20th cent. Oak mantle clocks. (3).
129.    Door Furniture: 19th cent. Four mortise locks set in timber, plus two brass lever locks. No keys. £30-50
131.    Clocks: Early 20th cent. Treen cased American mantel clock. 14½ins. x 10ins. Plus black slate mantel clock with French movement, enamel face and bell chime.
132.    19th cent. Ansonia of New York faux marble mantel clock with gilt fittings. £20-30
133.    19th cent. Gothic style brass candlesticks, a pair. 10ins. £20-40
134.    20th cent. Harness, early 20th cent. Hames, two Pyrene brass fire extinguishers, plus a boxed 1970s Volvo headlight and tail light assembly. £20-40
135.    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
136.    C. E. Turner. Prints 'Queen Mary', Queen Elizabeth', 'Carinthia', 'Samaria', and 'Queen Mary II'. Plus a pencil sketch 'Mary Rose'. F. Patterson oil on board 'Mauretania', signed lower left. Framed. 22ins. x 16½ins. Plus G. E. Tame watercolour 'United States'. £40-60
137.    20th cent. Oil on Canvas: Fishing boats tied to a jetty, 24ins. x 20ins, framed. River study, 24ins. x 20ins, unframed. Plus a street study with figures, 16ins. x 12ins, framed. (3) £30-50
138.    19th cent. Chromolithograph Prints: George Baxter "So Nice" and "See Saw Margery Daw". Both with blind stamp. £30-50
139.    Maps: 19th cent. John Cary map of Wiltshire. 11ins. x 9ins. Plus R. Creighton map of Cumberland. 12ins. x 9½ins. £20-40
140.    James Gilray coloured engraving 'Pillars of the Constitution'. Mounted. 10ins. x 14ins. £20-40
141.    18th cent. Coloured Engravings: Drawn by R. Westall, engraved by Bori 1797, 'A Gleaner's Child' and 'A Reaper's Child', - a pair. Framed and glazed. Image 12ins. x 11ins. Frame 19ins. x 17ins. £40-60
142.    Jules Lessore (Lessoze?) 1849-1892: Watercolour 'Promenade by River', signed lower left. Framed and glazed 10ins. x 7ins. £30-50
143.    Anuk Naumann 1951: Multi with gold leaf 'Orange' & 'Apple', artists card to the rear. Multi with gold leaf 'Figs' & 'Lemons', artists card to rear. Framed and glazed. £60-80
144.    L A Whitehouse: Oils, 'Ducks on Pond Nr Wallingford', signed lower left. Framed and glazed 10½ins. x 8½ins. £40-60
145.    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. £100-150
146.    20th cent. Canadian Audrey McNaughton pastel dog portrait 'Julie', signed and dated 1963 lower left, framed and glazed. 18ins. x 16ins. £60-80
147.    Wendy Batt print multiple, coloured 'The Beach Huts' A.P. signed lower right. 14ins. x 11ins. Framed and glazed. £30-40
148.    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
149.    H. Barnett. Watercolour to paper, tree study. Signed lower right. Framed and glazed. 7½ins. x 12ins. £30-40
150.    Felix Eyskens. Oil on board courtyard study. Signed F. Eyskens lower right. Framed. 10½ins. x 9ins. £100-150
151.    Charles Leaver 1824 - 1888. Oil on board church spire on a winter's evening. Framed and glazed. Dia. 8ins. £80-120
152.    George R. Deakins 1911 - 1982. Oil on board. The Bridge, framed. 11½ins. x 9¾ins. £40-60
153.    Ralph Morley: 19th cent. Watercolour 'Wastdale Head', signed lower left, titled LRC. Framed and glazed 11½ins. x 9ins. £50-80
154.    Welsh School: Oils, 'Welsh Mountain landscape in Winter', unsigned. Framed and glazed 13½ins. x 10ins. £50-80
155.    Hetch: Oils 'Sailing Boat on a Lake', signed lower right. Framed and glazed 11½ins. x 9½ins. £60-80
156.    Daily Mail War Cartoon, ink & colour wash, censor stamp 3920, 30/11/1940 original proof. Framed and glazed 10ins. x 14ins. £50-80
157.    Bernard P Batchelor: Oil 'Castle at Portray', signed lower left. Framed and glazed. 12¾ins. x 10½ins. £80-120
158.    19th cent. Robert Smart (1881 - 1947) Etching dockside with building and figures. Signed in margin. Framed and glazed 18ins. x 12ins. £50-80
159.    C Hannaford (Charles or possibly his son): Watercolour 'Cathedral City Scene', unsigned. Framed and glazed 11ins. x 14ins. £60-80
160.    Thomas Ender: Watercolour Alpine study, signed lower right Thom. Ender. Framed and glazed. 9½ins x 6½ins. £500-800
161.    Harold Hope Read 1881-1959 watercolour 'Beach Promenade Skit', unsigned. Framed and glazed 12ins. x 9½ins. £60-100
162.    Jean Williams: Pastel 'Autumn at Seagry', signed lower right. Framed and glazed. 14ins. x 9½ins. £40-60
163.    20th cent. Van Dunchen: Oil, expressionist study of a Hamlet, signed lower left. Framed and glazed 19½ins. x 15½ins. £50-80
164.    J. Van Weerdam 1905-1975: Oils 'South African Landscape", signed lower right. Framed and glazed 16ins. x 12ins. £80-120
165.    Walter G. Reynolds 1859 - 1888. Oil on canvas 'Richmond', signed and dated 1884 lower right. Gilt frame. 34ins. x 20ins. £100-150
166.    Marjorie Beaumont 1987 oil on canvas. Western Irish Pass, unsigned label verso. 17ins. x 13ins. £30-50
167.    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. £500-800
168.    O G Pye watercolour village study with stone cross. Signed lower right, framed and glazed. 10ins. x 6ins. £30-50
169.    Joanne Pemberton - Longman 1918-1973: Watercolour 'Portrait of Boy - Tuckinghams?, signed lower middle. Framed and glazed 10ins .diameter. £60-80
170.    William Langley (Active 1880-1920): Watercolour 'Scottish Loch', signed lower left and dated 1891. Framed and glazed 10½ins. x 14¼ins. £50-80
171.    20th cent. Canadian Audrey McNaughton oil on paper view of Campbell's Bay Oct. 52. Signed lower right and titled on verso. Framed, 14ins. x 10ins. £100-150
172.    B Phil: Acrylic study of a nude, monogrammed lower right. Framed and glazed. 8ins. x 11½ins. £40-60
173.    C Hannaford 1863-1955: Watercolour 'Mist Over the Moor', signed lower left. Framed and glazed 19ins. x 12ins. £80-120
174.    William Black: Pastel & watercolour 'Adam & Eve', signed lower left and dated 1962. Framed and glazed 40½ins. x 17½ins. £80-120
175.    Lawrence Biddle 1888-1965: Oil on canvas "Flower Study", gallery label on reverse, dated February 12th 1923. 7½ins. x 7½ins. £300-500
176.    Thomas Hart 1830-1916: Watercolour 'Seascape', signed lower left and dated 1866. Framed and glazed 20ins. x 8½ins. £100-150
177.    English School: Oils, 'Lake District Landscape?', initialled lower left. Framed and glazed 10ins. x 8¼ins. £40-60
178.    W H Sweet 18898-1943: Watercolour 'Old Harry Rocks Dorset', signed lower right. Framed and glazed 12ins. x 6¼ins. £60-80
179.    Margaret Morrison: Watercolour 'Tudor Kitchen', signed lower left. Framed and glazed 12½ins. x 9ins. £30-50
179A.   Soeprey: On linen Batik 'Emperor Penguins', signed on rear. Framed and glazed 27ins. x 22½ins. £120-180
180.    Stonework: Stone trough, external 38ins. x 30ins, internally 26ins. x 34ins. 8ins (depth). Cut drain hole, trough standing on blocks 20ins high. (A/F) £200-300
181.    Stonework: Limestone trough, externally measures 36ins. x 25ins, internally measures 18ins. x 30ins. x 12ins (depth). (A/F)
182.    Gardenalia: 19th cent. Ironstone Belfast style sink. 24ins. x 16ins. (A/F) £30-50
183.    Stonework: Limestone saddle stone bases, standing at 27ins and 28ins. A pair. (A/F) £100-150
184.    Stonework: Limestone saddle bases x 3. Standing at 27ins, 17ins, 23ins. (A/F) £100-150
185.    Stonework: Limestone saddle stone bases and square tops. The tops are 16ins square and standing at 27ins. A pair. (A/F) £100-200
186.    Metalware: Iron collars, flour mill, millstone attachments. A pair. Dia. 23½ins. £50-80
187.    Stonework: Limestone sundial pillar, baluster shaped on a square base. The top 16ins dia. The base 21ins square. Height 50ins. (A/F) £250-300
188.    Stonework: Limestone millstones and blocks. Various sizes. (A/F) £80-120
189.    Stonework: Limestone wedge shaped saddle stone. 25ins high. (A/F) £40-60
190.    Stonework: Limestone saddle stone bases. One at 25ins. One at 28ins in height. A pair. (A/F) £100-150
191.    Stonework: Limestone saddle stone bases approx. 27ins high. A pair. (A/F) £100-150
192.    Stonework: Limestone garden seat, resting on two block supports. The seat measures 53ins. x 7ins. 14ins. Sits at a height of 18½ins. (A/F) £200-250
193.    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
194.    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
195.    William Ramsey watercolour Verdun and Lyon, France. Signed lower left. Gilt framed and glazed. A pair. 11ins. x 15ins. £150-200
196.    19th cent. Woolwork Tapestry: Harpist serenading a King, multicoloured threads. Framed and glazed 25ins. x 28ins. £80-120
197.    Early 20th cent. Brassware: Joseph Sankey art nouveau brass water jugs - a pair. J.S and S to base. 7½ins. £50-80
198.    Mining History: Four oil safety lamps, Protector Lamp & Lighting Ltd, Llarm Mining Co, The Cremer Lamp Co, and an unmarked lamp. £100-120
199.    The Thomas E Skidmore Collection: 20th cent. Drinking glasses - cut bowls wine x 11, sherry x 15 (2 sizes), liqueur x 5. £20-30
200.    Ceramics: Royal Worcester Evesham China approximately 60 items. £40-60
201.    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)
202.    Nao Lladro: Swan & geese figures. Dutch girl with flowers, young girl with violin, a Nao Lladro girl with lamb and a young child in a rabbit suit with bird. £30-50
203.    19th cent. Ceramics: Flatbacks, pen holder, figurines, jugs, mugs, etc. £20-40
204.    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
205.    20th cent. Crown Devon, cream with gilt highlights, dinner service 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
206.    Ceramics: 19th cent. & later mixed collection of ceramics to include Spode ceramic base decorated with a Christmas tree, Royal Worcester Majolica centre piece (a/f), Berlin dinner plate and side plate (a/f), ruby glass etc. £30-50
207.    19th cent. Staffordshire Flatbacks of King Charles and a Cavalier 13½ins. plus a Wedgwood Ferrara Trio. (5) £30-50
208.    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
209.    Ceramics: Royal Worcester Evesham ceramics including tea cups, tureens, pie dish etc. Approx. 31 items. £30-50
210.    The Russell Willis Collection: Wren and Diamond Ring, Nuthatch, Robin, Country Artists, Song Thrush, Robin and Apple Blossom, Robin and Camellia, Yellow Hammer and Green Finch, Swan and Cygnets in Bulrushes, on treen stand, By Chiltern Barn Owls all on treen bases, Beswick etc. £50-80
211.    20th cent. Ceramics: Royal Worcester Christina, Coalport Lavender Walk, matt finish, Kaiser Ltd Ed 5000, No 245 Mother & Child plus a figure of a Fisher Girl. £40-60
212.    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 Filed Mouse. £30-50
213.    20th cent. Ceramics: Spode Italian black stamp egg cups x 3, salt, kettle, miniature jug, preserve dish, coffee can, miniature chamber pot, serving dishes x 2, blue room herb jam, mint and soap dish, etc. £50-80
214.    20th cent. Ceramics: Carter, Stabler Adams preserve pots with floral decoration. Six pots, 4 lids (2 a/f). Impressed mark to base. £30-50
214A.   20th cent. Ceramics: Sheraton planter 10½ins. diameter and two matching vases 10ins. black ground with floral decoration. £30-50
215.    Pat Purkis Ceramics: Hand decorated fruit bowl, wall decorations in the form of fruit, Schumann pierced dish, a cream jug etc. £30-50
216.    Ceramics: Royal Doulton 'Under The Greenwood Tree' bowl (a/f), gaffer's bowls x 4, cottage style ware, etc. £20-40
217.    Stamps: 20th cent. Three albums of World stamps. Mainly used, Royal Mail Yearbook for 1989 and Stanley Gibbons Stamp Catalogue for British Commonwealth 1982 edition. Plus two stockbooks containing a nice collection of Western European and USA stamps, used and unused, and a small stockbook.
218.    Stamps: 19th and 20th cent. Three stockbooks and an album containing used and unused GB, Commonwealth and World stamps, early USA and Russian. £30-50
219.    Stamps: 20th cent. Three albums of Australian stamps 1930s to late 1990s, used and unused. Plus an album of World first day covers. £30-50
220.    Stamps - First Day Covers WWII: Three albums containing 156 covers commemorating "The History of War II" with each cover a key milestone of this conflict. The fourth album contains four coin first day covers and one mini sheet. Marshall Islands, Barbados, Gibraltar, Liberia & U.S.A. £40-60
221.    Stamps: First day covers, GB. Five Royal Mail first day cover albums containing more than 150 covers mainly from the 1990s but does include 1950s and 1970s. Also included is the 1992 high value Castles definitive issue x 2, and the 1993 £10 definitive issue. £40-60
222.    Stamps: 19th and 20th cent. One album and one stockbook, GB and Commonwealth. Used and unused. £40-60
223.    Commemorative: Tray of Victorian and later Goss, Grovenor, and Carlton ware, commemorative items. Approx. 33 items. £30-50
224.    Souvenir & Commemorative Ware: Includes The Wembley 1924 British Empire Exhibition (WWI Machine Gunner) Pontycymer Cat, Plymouth owl, Southampton tortoise, Portland horseshoe, Conway bowl, etc. £30-50
225.    Stamps: 19th/20th cent. Meteor Album, mainly used stamps, collections of Hong Kong, South Africa States, Caribbean Islands and Australian States. £80-120
226.    Stamps: 19th and 20th cent. World stamps in one stockbook and a large number of loose leaves. Nice examples of Australian States, Mexico, Turkey and British South Africa Company. Mainly used. £50-80
227.    Stamps: GB. Three Stanley Gibbons, Great Britain stamp albums, Victoria - Elizabeth II. Many unused, including 1960s Castles issue and unused mint example of the 1977 high value definitive issue. £60-80
228.    Cigarette & Tea Cards: 20th cent. Loose cigarette and tea cards, including large postcard size (180mm x 130mm) British Wild Birds published by Foy Ltd for the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds. £20-30
229.    Captain Leonard Gross Collection - Trade Cards: "Sporting Champions" from The Champions Comics, 48 cards plus 2 of the Royal's, HRH Edward POW, HRH The Duke of York, his brother. £60-80
230.    Postcards: WWI collection of cards depicting WWI warships and flying machines, tommies etc. Approx. 50. £80-120
231.    Stamps: 1858, GB SG45-47 2d blue, deep blue, AN, Plate 9 large Crown watermark very good to fine. Lightly hinged. £50-80
232.    WWI Military: Private Alfred Eric Entwisle No: 5064 9th Glasgow Highland Light Infantry, 14th Platoon, 4 Coy. Territorial's. 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 Wart 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
233.    Military WWI: Stanley Rice 2/5 Manchester's 202543 K.I.A. plaque and pair, died 7-4-17 Savy Wood Francilly Selency, son of Henry & Jane Rice - husband to Alice of Swinton Manchester, with photocopies. £100-120
234.    World War One: Superb collection of original Royal Flying Corps and RAF WWI aerial reconnaissance photographs of the trenches. Dating from 1917-1918. Approx. 27. £500-800
235.    Captain Leonard Gross Collection - Military: Japanese postcards sent to Soldiers in Burma and photographs of family letters, blank cards for a reply including a card which looks to depict the surrender of British troops in Singapore. Also included is a briefing notebook with pasted maps, a military service book brought back by Captain Gross. £120-200
236.    World War I: Interesting archive of letters from the Western Front, prior to deployment and then interestingly from Pte Stanley Ransoms son on active service during WWII. The archive includes numerous letters and part letters from the Front that offer the reader a snapshot of the life of a British Tommy 'Well darling we have been left alone for some days now, we are just dreading the change in the moon again, the weather is rough. It won't matter but I shall never forget as long as I live that terrible night when I thought I was going under, dear I can't describe what it feels like to face death.' £100-150
237.    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. £100-150
238.    20th cent. White metal collectors' spoons, knives, Air Service forks. Retail spoons Canadian Pacific Line, union Castle, L.M.S. General Steam Navigation, butter knife B.E.A. Spoons Royal Hotel, B.R spoons, Rotterdam case fob x 2, Edwin Jones Southampton spoons, etc. A large and interesting collection. £30-50
239.    Costume Jewellery: Eternal collection twisted bead necklace, boxed. Micro mosaic circular brooch, deco enamel brooch, yellow metal bracelets, ceramic brooches, Viking style circular pendant, beads, Concorde wallet, boxed. £20-30
240.    Costume Jewellery: Yellow metal compact, necklaces, bracelets, earrings, etc. £30-50
241.    Captain Leonard Gross Collection - Military: Maps of India, Burma surveyed 1933-1934, printed 1943, stamped Restricted, most second & third editions with maps of Bengal and a linen back map of the N.W. Frontier Province. Approx. 39 maps. £60-80
242.    Captain Leonard Gross Collection - WWII Military Books & Publications: Includes London Gazette Supplements, Burma War, Japanese in Battle, Notes for Gunners in the Far East, etc. £20-40
243.    Captain Leonard Gross Collection - Edge Weapons: Japanese WWII NCO's sword, aluminium hilted shin gunto, painted brown with painted scabbard. The blade No. 40275, in very good condition. Blade 27¾ins and overall 36¾ins. £200-300
244.    Captain Leonard Gross Collection: He enlisted in the Army 13-6-1940 and posted to the R.A. and served in the UK till May 1941. He was posted to India in June 1941 and was discharged on the 3-1-42 for the purpose of being appointed to a commission in the field. He served in Burma and Malaysia in the offensive against the Japanese through to the end of the war.

Edge Weapons: Dutch "Klewang" Naval cutlass, 26ins. curved blade, 31¼ins. overall, treen hand grip, steel hand guard, leather scabbard. Liberated from the Japanese in Burma 1945 by Captain Gross. £70-100
245.    Captain Leonard Gross Collection: He enlisted in the Army 13-6-1940 and posted to the R.A. and served in the UK till May 1941. He was posted to India in June 1941 and was discharged on the 3-1-42 for the purpose of being appointed to a commission in the field. He served in Burma and Malaysia in the offensive against the Japanese through to the end of the war.

Edge Weapons: Afghan Khyber knife trefoil blade, bone handled bejewelled and painted treen leather bound scabbard. Blade 6½ins. overall 10½ins. £60-80
246.    Militaria: Aluminium piston top end recycled from a Merlin engine used in the Battle of Britain. Plus a small cast brass anvil paperweight. (2) £30-50
247.    Edge Weapons: Military sword Royal Navy by Gieves of London, etched blade, shagreen skin grip, sword knot, leather & copper scabbard. Blade 31ins. and overall 37ins. £200-300
248.    Antique Chinese Sword dis to follow. £500-700
249.    Militaria: Late 19th/early 20th cent. Boer War/WWI fund raising velvet British Bulldog with white ensign. £60-80
250.    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. £150-200
251.    Royal Commemorative enamel Victorian jubilee 1837-1897 brooch plus yellow metal R.A.F. sweetheart brooch, clasp a/f. £20-30
252.    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
253.    Military WWI: Arthur J Kerr 1939-45 Medal, Kings Loyal Service badge, R.A.F.A. pin and Indian made Kukri. A Kerr served with the R.A.F. 52 Sqdn Dum Dum Calcutta. £30-50
254.    WWII/Germany: Album of photographs including one of the airship Hindenburg, Cologne, Hitler Youth march, Frankfurt, etc. £70-100
255.    WWII/Royal Navy: Album of original photographs, mostly relating to HMS Dido towards the end of WWII. The images include the King and Queen visiting the ship and latterly HMS Illustrious and Collingwood. £50-80
256.    Police: William IV hardwood truncheon with hand painted crown, WRB and IIII. 19½ins. £30-50
257.    Badges: Military and others. Royal Artillery badge and button, South Wales Borders badge, metal corp stripes, yellow metal pocket watch decorated with a hunting scene on chain, hardwood carved figure. £20-50
258.    RAF/WWII: WWII artificial horizon from a Spitfire/Hurricane Type Mk1 B. Dated 1942 with stores reference number and paper/linen labels printed 'Do Not Jar Handle Like Eggs'. 7ins. £500-800
259.    Military: Royal Navy sextant by W.C. Cox of Plymouth, housed in a mahogany cased box. (One piece missing). £80-120
260.    Militaria: Rare early Royal Ulster Rifles/Royal Irish Rifles regimental flag, hand sewn regimental crest on a green background with the Union Jack to the top left. 71ins. x 45ins. £2000-3000
261.    Posters: The Fleet Air Arm from a painting by Michael Turner. 19½ins. x 30ins. £50-80
262.    Woodcut: Soviet Cold War wood carving 'Migs at Dawn'. Framed and glazed 26ins. x 8½ins. £50-80
263.    19th cent. Mahogany compactum, with three over two, over three cock beaded drawers, flanked by a single door hanging compartment. The central portion with top recess and solid gallery back. 87ins. x 72ins. x 23ins. £300-400
264.    19th cent. Oak carved fire surround. 52ins. x 58ins. x 7ins. £30-50
265.    21st. cent. Leather two seater reclining black settee. £20-40
266.    Toys: Meccano building pieces, clockwork motors, tools, nuts, bolts, screws, wheels, pulleys, bars etc. Early 20th cent. - 21st cent. Metal Mechanic kit and pamphlets Outfit No. 2, 2/3 and No. 3. £40-60
267.    Books: Rare Golden Cockerel Press First Edition of Secret Dispatches from Arabia by T E Lawrence with original sleeve. £200-300
268.    Books: 1938 First edition Golden Cockerel Press of the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam in original sleeve. £30-50
269.    Photographs: Album of the family tree of Edward Willing, photographic and prints of portraits. This includes J. J. Astor who died on the Titanic. £20-40
270.    Poldark: Winston Graham signed letter together with an interesting signed land agreement, relating to Mr Graham's property, Abbotswood House, East Sussex. £30-50
271.    Maps/Maritime: Union Steam Ship Company map of South Africa c1898. 20ins. x 20ins. £30-50
272.    Children's Books: Rupert the Bear 'The New Rupert Book' published 1938, very good condition, name plate completed. £40-60
273.    Children's Books: 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). £40-60
274.    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. £40-60
275.    Children's Books: 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. £40-60
276.    Advertising: Hush Puppies rubberiod "Sad Sam" style promotional model. £20-30
277.    Advertising: My Goodness My Guinness, Drayman in apron with baby kangaroo in pocket. £30-50
278.    Automobilia: Guy Indian Chief radiator cap 'Feathers in our Cap'. Height 4ins. £100-150
279.    20th cent. Child's breakfast set of plate 8¼ins, bowl 8½ins, cup and saucer (handle a/f). £20-30
280.    Toys: Steiff Swarovski Bear Ltd Ed. white 662003 with growler. Limited edition tag and button in ear with Swarovski crystal, boxed. £90-120
281.    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
281A.   Toys: Steiff 2012 Ltd, etc. Diamond Jubilee Bear, vanilla mohair, button and label in ear. Gilt jubilee pendant on purple ribbon around neck, unboxed. £50-80
282.    Toys: Steiff brown bear standing on all fours with moveable head. Brown leather collar, glass eyes, button and white tag in ear. Plus a Steiff ginger kitten, yellow tag and button to ear, with all labels. £50-80
283.    Toys: Steiff Panda, mum and baby, mohair, glass eyes, button and tag to ears of mum and baby plus a Steiff Panda key ring. £40-60
284.    Toys: Steiff Marmalade Bear, brown glass eyes, growler, fully jointed, ticket and button to ear, with name tag. Plus a soft brown bear, white nose and pads, glass eyes, button and tag to ear, with label. £50-80
285.    Toys: Gund Pooh Bear soft toy and Eden Paddington Bear with all labels. £30-50
286.    Toys: Steiff bear, Latte Macchiato, mohair in a mix of coffee colours, button and tag to ear with label. £50-80
287.    Royal Doulton Bunnykins mug. Wedgwood Peter Rabbit, Flopsy, Mopsy, Cottontail 2 handled mug. Border Fine Arts Pooh classic figure. Miniature boots, Fortnum and Mason tea strainer, boxed. Bevel handled mirror etc. A lot. £20-30
288.    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
289.    Gaming: 20th cent. treen poker gaming chip set. £20-40
290.    Toys: Die Cast Lesney Models of Yesteryear, early issues. Y1 Traction engine, gold boiler cover, 'c' type box., Y2 London 'B' type bus, dark blue driver, 8 over 4 windows, 'a' type box, New Y4 - 1909 Opel Coupe, white, brown roof, moulded pins, type one base plate 'e' type box. Y15 Rolls Royce Silver Ghost, metallic green, 1st 55:1 scale model, Y1 1911 Model T, Y11 1912 Packard Landsulet and Y14 1911 Maxwell Roadster. All boxed. 7 in total. £30-50
291.    Toys: Diecast Matchbox, numbers 4A, 5B, 6A, 7A, 8A, 9A, 10A, 13A, 14A, 15A, 16A, 17B, 18A, 19A no driver, 20A, 21A, 24A, 25A, 26A, 28A, 37A yellow body uneven load metal wheels, 51A, 62A, No. 2 accessory pack, No. 4 major pack. All boxed. Plus unboxed- 3A, 11A, 27 no trailer, 12A no driver, 22A. £50-80
292.    Captain Leonard Gross Collection: Diecast figures of desert people, animals, etc. £60-80
293.    20th cent. Baby Cloths: Smock dress with short sleeves and lace trim to skirt. Jacket, Peter Pan collar, open work flower design to front of the jacket, lace trim. Dress, embroidered flower to front of bodice, lace trim to skirt and long sleeves, lace collar and cuffs. Plus a pink silk and lace ladies flapper style bonnet. These garments have been kept in acid free tissue since 1999 and are displayed with some. £50-80
294.    Photographic Equipment: Cameras - Olympus Panorama zoom, Pentax auto focus, Nikomat PGS with Nikkor auto zoom lens and case, Bessamatic M with Color - Skopar 1: 2.8/50 Voigtländer lens and leather case, light meter. Telephone c1950s. Red Bakelite with original cable handset to phone, to junction box, converted to work on today's system.
295.    Photographic Equipment: Four camera tripods, manufactured by Fotocare, Heiwa, Silk and Star. £30-50
296.    Charles Robert Burton Archive: 'Raising the Flag' signed limited edition Robert Taylor print to commemorate the Transglobe Expedition signed by both Ranulph Fiennes and Charles Burton. Also included in the Lot is a signed note from Ranulph Fiennes to Charles Burton 'Charlie! You'll forget your own lighter next, Ran'. Framed and glazed. 29ins. x 23ins. NB The print is faded. £100-150
297.    Charles Robert Burton 1942 - 2002. An English explorer, best known for his part in the Transglobe Expedition 1979 - 1982, alongside Sir Ranulph Fiennes. The expedition was the first to circumnavigate the globe from pole to pole. As well as excelling in sports he served in the British army latterly as a member of 21 SAS regiment. The following archive is sold via direct descent.

Charles Robert Burton Archive: A fascinating collection of original ephemera and photographs relating to the Transglobe Expedition. They include photographs of Sir Ranulph and Charles Burton at the pole, HRH Prince Charles who was patron of the expedition, autograph menu from the Savoy relating to the Transglobe Expedition. Printed material includes scientific reports for the expedition, newsletters, personal newspaper cuttings detailing the expedition's progress. Original notes, some by Sir Ranulph, relating to an evening of tributes at the Royal Geographical Society following his death. An incredible archive relating to the first polar circumnavigation of the globe. £500-800
298.    Charles Robert Burton Collection: 'Beyond the Limits' by Ranulph Fiennes, contains signed message 'For Charlie, who has always been well beyond all limits and not just after an evening in the golf club bar....Ran 2000' and 'Living Dangerously' signed by Ranulph Fiennes dated 1993. (2) £60-100
299.    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. £100-150
300.    Charles Robert Burton Collection: 'Hell on Ice' with signed message 'For young Chas with our love and our respect! (in retrospect) Ran and Ginnie' signed and dated by Ranulph Fiennes. Plus 'From Pole to Pole' with signed message 'For Charlie...some reading matter (not as good as Louis Lamour but better than nothing). Thanks for doing it, way back then. See you sometime, Ran 98' and 'Living Dangerously' signed and dated by Ranulph Fiennes 1994. (3) £60-100
301.    Charles Robert Burton Collection: Personal effects to include letters, birth certificate, photographs, golfing memorabilia, blazer, unsigned Sir Ranulph Fiennes books, signed poster (including Charles Burton, Ranulph Fiennes, and other team members), cut glass golfing claret jug, white metal golfing trophy, etc. £80-120
302.    20th cent. Mahogany stationary model steam engine S.E.2, plate size 8¼ins. x 7¼ins. Three burners and booklet. £40-60
303.    Maritime: Treen lifeboat made from the wreck wood of HMS Eurydice which sank on March 24th 1878 off the Isle of Wight. 8ins. £60-100
304.    Early 20th cent. Decca tabletop record player 'Junior Portable' £30-50
305.    Scientific Instruments: Reeves & Sons drawing set contained in a 2 tier mahogany case lined with blue velvet. £40-60
306.    Magic Lantern: Collection of 19th cent. Slides including numerous moving examples, such as kaleidoscope, windmill, and three blind mice. A tray. £60-100
307.    Postal: Set of Victorian postal scales with seven weights. £30-50
308.    19th cent. French mantle clock with unusual escapement. Classical design, black marble and Malachite movement by Marti.Cie. £100-150
309.    19th cent. French walnut tabletop stereoscopic viewer, with carousel to view the accompanying cards of Cendrillon. 18ins. x 9ins. £300-500
310.    American Automaton's: Late 19th cent. Schoenhut of Philadelphia clockwork 'living picture' of a cobbler's workshop, with winding key. A wonderful early clockwork toy. 14ins. x 10ins. £600-1000
311.    Clock: 20th cent. Brass skeleton clock chiming on the hour, treen base and circular glass dome. Height 10½ins. £80-100
312.    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
313.    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. £400-600
314.    19th cent. Leather hat box. £20-30
315.    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. £300-500
316.    20th cent. Dolls furniture, mahogany Horace Uphill Queen Anne style chest on stand. Three long and 2 short, the base 2 short and 1 long, on cabriole supports, 1 support a/f. £80-120
317.    Apothecary: Satinwood apothecary treen bottles and covers (3 with bottles), menthol pots x 2. Three bearing Lynch & Co. Makers stamp. £120-180
318.    19th cent. Rosewood writing box with brass inlay and concealed drawer containing a set of four bone sovereign holders. 20ins. x 10½ins. £200-300
319.    Photography: Collection of late 19th/early 20th cent. Photographic plates of English Country Scenes. 2 boxes. £30-50
320.    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. £80-100
321.    Oriental Ware: Baluster jars with covers, painted with exotic birds and flowers. A pair. 19ins. £100-150
322.    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. £150-250
323.    19th cent. Chinese terracotta figures. A couple robed in purple and blue splashed glaze, upon unglazed bases with apocryphal character, possibly Qianlong, he with yin/yang symbol, her a white Buddhist lion. 7½ins. £150-250
324.    Ceramics: Japanese Meiji period Satsuma thousand faces vase depicting images of immortals with a dragon in relief. One dragon claw AF. 12½ins. £80-120
325.    Circa. 1900. Chinese Famille Noir fish bowl, the exterior decorated with flowers and birds to the black ground. Formal reserved and diaper bands to rim and foot. Early stapled repair to crack. 14ins. £300-500
326.    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
327.    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. £100-150
328.    19th cent. Chinese export plate, blue & white decorated central panel tree with scholars items and double border. 9ins. £30-50
329.    Chinese: 19th cent. Chinese mother of pearl carved gaming pieces, bone markers contained within a Chinese white metal and treen box. £60-100
330.    Chinese: Pre-war boxed Mahjong set. 9ins. x 6ins. £30-50
330A.   Japanese woodcut of a female tending to her hair with inset of a snake incense burner and other figures. Signed and with seal mark. 10ins. x 15ins. Plus Oriental black lacquer panel inlaid with mother of pearl depicting exotic birds, butterflies, and flowers.
331.    20th cent. Japanese vase black ground with yellow band to base, floral decoration. £20-30
332.    Oriental Ceramics: 19th cent. And later ceramics to include tea bowls, vases, pie dishes, etc. Some AF. £50-80
333.    Early 20th cent. Textiles: Baby clothes, white cotton dress, openwork embroidery, fitted waist, embroidered cuffs. 3 x babies long dresses with lace trim. Lace and cotton circular shawl. Ladies cotton bonnet, babies long petticoat. £30-50
335.    Fashion: Nora Bradley retro cream taffeta lined evening dress, gold colour thread work set with stones to the neckline, sleeveless, zip back. Two faint stains to front of dress. Approx size 14/16. Kinescope black taffeta retro evening dress, very full 6 tier skirt, black velvet halter neck. Approx size 14/16. Plus Kangol black felt ladies hat trimmed with Schiaparelli, pink ribbons c1980.
336.    Textiles: Edwardian day dress. Navy blue, sailor collar, bodice has central row of gilt buttons, long sleeves with self-colour braid, turn tight waist, ending in a coat effect ankle length skirt, braid border trim. Approx. Size 10/12. £40-60
337.    Textiles: Edwardian evening gown, bodice has wide tucks, central 'V', with satin inset, high lace neck line. The waist has a satin sash, elbow length pin tuck sleeves, with lace insets to the waist. The floor length skirt has an overlay with satin border. The dress is cream, approx. Size 10. £50-70
338.    Early 20th cent. Textiles: Lace and cotton table cloths, tray cloths, damask table cloth, napkins, embroidered table cloths, woolwork tapestries etc. 2 boxes. £40-60
339.    Ceramics: Early 20th cent. Spode, Italian blue backstamp, dinner, tea and sandwich ware to include cups, plates, side plates, teapot, fruit bowl, etc. approx. 60 items. £120-150
340.    Ceramics: Early 20th cent. Limoges part dinner service, 14 pieces. Plus set of four French Faience side plates depicting fruit. £40-60
341.    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
342.    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
343.    Royal Doulton: Summer Serenade H.N 3610, Royal Worcester Annabel, Coalport Togetherness a helping hand No. 68, Royal Doulton Gift of Freedom (a/f). £50-80
344.    Royal Doulton: Au Revoir, With Love, Thinking of You, etc. (8) £50-80
345.    Royal Doulton: Pearly Girl H.N 2769, Pearly Boy H.N 2767. (2) £60-80
346.    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.) £50-80
347.    20th cent. Ceramics: Wedgwood Queens ware tea china - cup & saucer x 6, sugar bowl a/f., creamer, side plate x 6, teapot, cake plate, dinner plate x 6, gilt cabinet coffee cup & saucer x 2. £30-50
348.    Ceramics: 20th cent. Midwinter animals, mark under glaze, Lion, 6ins. Tiger, 4ins. £2-30
349.    20th cent. Heredities: Shepherd, sheep dog and lamb, figurine on treen stand, signed P. Parsons c1987. £60-80
350.    Beswick: Ceramic model of a pig and piglet. £20-30
351.    20th cent. Ceramics: Beswick Corgi and Royal Doulton Dalmatian. £30-50
352.    20th cent. Ceramics: Beswick piebald pony. £30-50
353.    Beswick: Palomino Race Horse, gloss finish, Bois Roussel, gloss finish, Royal Doulton Foal, standing and a Palomino Foal. £70-100
354.    20th cent. Ceramics: Beswick Horse, Black Beauty No 2466, matt finish. £50-80
355.    Beswick & Royal Doulton: Two Bay Race Horses, standing and a Prancing Horse, matt finish. £50-80
356.    Beswick: Prancing Horses, white matt finish, Foal standing, white matt and Kaiser Foal, white matt. (4). £50-80
357.    Royal Doulton & Beswick: Black Foal x 2, both matt finish and Chestnut Foal x 2, both matt finish. (4). £50-80
358.    Penelope Ellis: Studio ware unglazed terracotta vase 10ins. plus one other, both from the personal collection of the late Penelope Ellis, eldest daughter of Clifford and Rosemary Ellis. £30-50
359.    Studio Pottery: Large teapot marked on base waterside cottage Bircle and the mark for Harry Johnson. The pot holds approx. 4 pints. Plus a pottery lamp. £30-60
360.    Ceramics: Moorcroft Indigo pin dish, green mark to base, boxed. Plums and blossom dish. (2).
361.    Ceramics: Moorcroft Mugs, decorated with bluebells and irises. (2).
362.    Ceramics: Royal Copenhagen Pottery vase by Nils Thorsson. 7¾ins. £100-150
363.    19th cent. Terracotta Greek Revival: Wilhelm Schiller & Son Portland vase, modelled after Wedgwood, painted brown. 9ins. £50-70
364.    Wedgwood style Jasper ware jug. Brown ground decorated with white springing. The spout and handle in the form of a twisted serpent. The body of the jug decorated with huntsmen and hounds on a deer hunt, unmarked. 7ins. £50-80
365.    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. £90-120
366.    19th cent. Royal Doulton rose bowl on hardwood stand. Dia. 15ins. £50-70
367.    Royal Doulton: Lambeth wine jug, white & ivory ground with vine & leaf decoration. Impressed mark pattern No 8527 & decorators mark H. £30-50
368.    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. £80-120
369.    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. £70-100
370.    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. £80-120
371.    20th cent. Ceramics: Royal Doulton jug, impressed mark. No. 7423 and marked 'ar' in lower case. 8ins. Plus a bulbous vase decorated with grapes. Impressed 'BN' in upper case 672. 6ins. £60-80
372.    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
373.    Ceramics: Royal Doulton Whitbread's ashtray 9232 'Ale & Stout', impressed mark to base, and a Doulton asktray 16783 'Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese'. Both 3 1/2 ins. £80-120
374.    Ceramics: Royal Doulton Advertising 'Wrights Coal Tar' soap dish, Moulded with a dragonfly on a blue and green base. Impressed to base.
375.    Ceramics: Royal Doulton blue glaze stoneware tobacco jar. Blue, green and brown diamond design border. Blue glaze ashtray with impressed stamp.
376.    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. £80-120
377.    Royal Doulton: Lambeth tapering spill vases, ochre ground decorated with ferns. Decorator Joan Honey. Plus spill vases decorated with fruit and leaves, possible design Bessie Newbery - a pair No 7893. 7ins. £100-150
378.    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). £120-150
378A.   Royal Doulton: Lambeth blue/cream gourd vase, No 8006 and a cream ground vase, decorated with leaves and fruit, designer both Bessie Newbery. Impressed marks. (2 items). £80-120
379.    Doulton: Art Nouveau Lambeth vases, blue ground with hanging groups of apples, grapes and leaves. Artist Florrie Jones. Impressed mark No 8480 - a pair. 11ins. £150-180
380.    Doulton: Lambeth jardiniere, cobalt blue, impressed mark. Height 9ins.
381.    Royal Doulton: Lambeth cherry blossom, long neck, vase by Eliza Simmance No 403. Impressed Doulton mark. 9½ins. £140-160
382.    Royal Doulton: Lambeth bulbous vase, decorated with a band of vine leaves and grapes. Lower half is a blue lustre, upper half and neck pate green No 8527. Impressed Doulton mark and black back stamp. 11ins. £70-100
383.    Royal Doulton: Lambeth grape vine baluster vases, decorated by Ethel Beard No 8527. Impressed Doulton mark and black back stamp - a pair. 10ins. £100-150
384.    19th/20th cent. Ceramics: Doulton Carrara plinth paperweight in the form of Hippocampus, mythical seahorse, cream glaze, Doulton Carrara to front. Designed by Mark V Marshall, circa. 1905. Impressed mark to base. 6ins. x 4ins. £60-80
385.    20th cent. Creamware: Salvini Italia Plaque of the Virgin Mary, plus two other plaques depicting child supplicants. 8ins and 3ins respectively. (3) £50-80
386.    Ceramics: Two 20th cent. Continental vases with brass base stands and rims, decorated with panels depicting couples in rural scenes. One a/f. Height 16ins. £30-50
387.    19th cent. Staffordshire blue transfer ceramics, Pearl ware meat oval 14ins. With Chinoiserie pavilion and figures, with mountain and bridge border. Spode Union Wreath crescent shaped serving dish and cover c1824 (old rivet repair to base, and minor crack to cover). 14ins. Plus Willow pattern tureen, cover and drainer (hairline to drainer). 12ins. £80-120
388.    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. £80-120
389.    18th cent. English Dutch Decorated Creamware: Scallop edge plate with bust portrait Prince William of Orange in a circular panel with floral decoration, coloured enamels and initials P.V.O.R. (paint wear, 1 rim chip and small cracks). Diameter 9½ins. £80-120
390.    18th cent. English Dutch decorated cream ware. Scallop edged plate with bust portraits of Prince William of Orange and Frederika Sophia Wilhelmina, coloured enamel and text roughly translated 'I burn a light for the Prussian's niece and also for the Orange spout, He who will not see it blows out' Initials P.V.O.R.. Minor paint wear. Approx. 10ins dia. £300-500
391.    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
392.    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.
393.    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. £70-100
394.    Art Pottery: Chameleon ware Clews royal blue bowl. 7ins. Plus a green ground chameleon vase. 6ins. £60-100
395.    20th cent. Czech art glass pitcher. Orange with peacock feather stylised design. 9ins. Unsigned. £20-30
396.    19th cent. and later Commemorative Ware: Enamel mug and beaker printed with Queen Victoria, young and old head and the royal coat of arms. Cream ceramic mug blue transfer print old head 1837/1887. Ceramic beaker printed in brown, Coronation June 22 1911. Water glasses Coronation Queen Elizabeth II, boxed. Webb Corbett Sir Winston Churchill commemorative toasting goblet boxed with paperwork. Stuart RMS Queen Elizabeth glass etched with image of the ship, boxed. £20-30
397.    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
398.    Hallmarked Silver & White Metal: Ladies calling card case, Sheffield. Hallmarked Walker & Hall hip flask, 9oz. Plus a pair of white metal lunettes. (3) £80-120
399.    Hallmarked Silver: Sugar shakers/sanders. All cut glass with silver tops. (8) £80-120
400.    Hallmarked Silver: Salver with scallop edge on four knurled supports Sheffield marks 1912 maker E.V. Viner 18oz. £180-220
400A.   Hallmarked Silver: Salver with rococo shell edge, Sheffield marks 1971-72, maker C.B. & S Charles Boyton & Son. 16oz. £160-180
401.    Silver: Set of six sterling silver teaspoons plus a mother of pearl fruit knife with a silver hallmarked blade. 4oz. £30-50
402.    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
403.    Hallmarked Silver: Georgian teapot and stand, finely engraved, makers mark Soloman Hougham London 1803-04. 19oz inclusive. £200-300
404.    Hallmarked Silver: Beaker engraved with crest and inscription, maker D Munsey London 1912. 4½oz. approx. £60-80
405.    Hallmarked Silver: Britannia Standard, Queen Anne teapot of squat baluster form with domed lid, hinged spout and ebony handle. London Mark 1709/10, Makers mark F.A. in a circle. William Fawdery inscribed to base, 14:0:0 and punch initials H over J.M. 14oz. inclusive. £1000-1500
406.    Hallmarked Silver: Georgian creamer, finely engraved, indistinct marks, and duty mark 1786-1792. Approx. 3oz. £40-60
407.    Hallmarked Silver: shell bowl serving spoons, retail Dobell Bros Goldsmith Hastings, maker George Jackson and David Fullerton, London 1904. Cased. Approx. 3oz. £50-80
408.    Iconic Memorabilia/Royal's: A silver mounted blue hardstone photograph frame containing a snapshot photograph of the Duke and Duchess of Windsor bathing off the coast of La Croe, May 1946. This was first sold in the Sotheby's The Jewels of the Duchess of Windsor sale Geneva April 1987. The frame is also illustrated in the Jewels of the Duchess of Windsor book by John Culme and Nicholas Rayner. 2½ins. x 4ins. £2000-3000
409.    Hallmarked Silver: Wine funnel, Sheffield 1894/5, worn makers mark. Approx. 3oz. £80-120
410.    Hallmarked Silver & White Metal: Collection of eleven propelling pencils, plus a white metal chain and base metal jade and enamel brooch. 75g. £25-35
411.    Hallmarked Silver: Mappin & Webb toast racks - a pair, and three napkin rings, plus a set of plated spoons. 4oz. (5). £40-60
412.    Hallmarked Silver: Two Cornelian fob seals both surmounted by passat lions. Plus two pepperettes. 2½ins. approx. 2oz inclusive. £40-60
413.    Silver: Hallmarked decorative scimitar with tortoiseshell blade and silver hallmarked handle. London 1888 - 89. £60-100
414.    Silver: Superb Irish Georgian potato ring of waisted from with pierced foliate and bird decoration. Hallmarked Dublin, Britannia, makers mark indistinct, possibly Samuel Walker 10oz. £700-1000
415.    Diamond jewellery: 18ct. marked shank, tests 18ct. Brilliant cut diamond approx. 0.20 carat. 2.3g inclusive. Plus Costume Jewellery: Yellow metal and simulated pearl drop pendant plus simulated pearl earring set.
416.    Objects of Virtu: Late 18th/early 19th cent. Bilston patch box of oval form, cover bearing the motto 'Esteem the giver'. Interior mirrored lid. 1½ins. x 1¼ins. £80-120
417.    Hallmarked Silver: Vinaigrette, Georgian marks 1801/2, possibly Thomas Barker 12g. £80-120
418.    Hallmarked Silver: Two 19th cent. Vesta cases Birmingham 1882 and 1898. 1oz. £30-50
419.    Jewellery: Mourning jewellery, yellow metal circular garnet set cabouchon with seed and pale blue enamel. £30-50
420.    Militaria: Jewellery, hallmarked gold RAF sweetheart brooch, 9ct. 2.5g. and a sterling silver brooch and a white metal badge. £60-80
421.    Jewellery: Seed pearl brooches, starfish marked 14K plus infinity knot test 9ct. 4.5g inclusive. £40-60
422.    Hallmarked Gold Jewellery: 22ct. Wedding band. 6g. £120-150
423.    Jewellery: Brooch 9ct. tested, dove with red spinel eye. 4g. £30-50
424.    Jewellery: Earrings, yellow metal (tests 14k) moonstone stud and drop set. £50-80
425.    Pearl Jewellery: Ring, yellow metal (tests 18ct.) set with a large South Seas bead nucleated cultured pearl and small diamonds, 18.5 inclusive. £300-350
426.    Jewellery: Hallmarked gold 15ct. wedding band with engraved face 5.7g plus 14ct garnet cluster ring 2.9g inclusive. £80-120
427.    Hallmarked White Gold: 9ct. Wedding band. 2 g. £20-30
428.    Jewellery: Yellow metal cross and chain marked 9ct. 2 grams. £20-40
429.    Jewellery: Seed pearl and turquoise pendant tests 9ct. leaf pendant and chain tests 10K plus necklace. £30-50
430.    Jewellery: Yellow metal (tests 9ct.) necklace set with moonstones and white sapphires, 29g inclusive. £120-150
431.    Aquamarine jewellery. Stud earrings, yellow metal set, tests 9ct gold. 1.1gms inclusive. £30-50
432.    Gold Jewellery: 14ct. yellow gold (tested) pearl and small sapphire ring. 3.2gms. £75-100
433.    Jewellery: Sapphire and diamond five stone dress ring. 3.6g. inclusive.

Sapphire: 3 x oval faceted, 4.8mm. x 3mm. x 4.5mm. approx.

Diamond: 2 x Early brilliant early cut/old mine. 0.12-0.14cts each total - 0.25ct. approx. Clarity: VS-SI, colour H-I.

Ring: Curved 5 stone, claw set shoulder style: carved, D style shank, polished, assessed and tested as 18ct. good condition.
434.    Jewellery: Platinum 950 diamond half eternity/wedding ring. 7 x 0.04ct round brilliant cut diamonds Total diamond weight 0.25ct, Finger Size J, weight 3.3g. £200-300
435.    Jewellery: Platinum 950 Diamond solitaire ring with diamond set shoulders. Millennium Cut Diamond 5.7mm x 4.3mm (0.74ct) F colour SI1 Clarity with 2 x Tapered Baguette cut diamonds approx. 0.17ct each on shoulders. Total Diamond weight 1ct, finger size K, weight 5.5g
436.    19th cent. Mourning jewellery, child's memento mori seed earl ring with inscription, dated march 1851. 2.7g inclusive. £50-70
437.    Gold Jewellery: 9ct. yellow gold (tested) opal and ruby cluster ring 4.5gms. £100-150
438.    Hallmarked Gold: 18ct. Solitaire set garnet ring. 2.4g inclusive. £30-50
439.    Jewellery: Etruscan style gold jewellery, test 18ct. Four twisted fine bands with 14 spirals. 3g. £50-80
440.    Jewellery: French hallmarked turquoise and pearl eternity ring, discharge marks to shank, tests 18ct. 3.3g inclusive. £70-100
441.    Jewellery: 18ct. Yellow gold three stone old cut diamond ring. Tapered shoulders with Tiffany style cheniers, eight claw rex settings. Hallmarked 750 Birmingham 1978. Total diamond weight 1.66cts. Weight 3.7gms. Size Q½. £2500-3000
442.    Jewellery: Mourning Ring. Woven hair braid/ring, engraved date March 1859. 1.8g. £30-50
443.    Hallmarked Gold: 19th cent. Seed pearl set rings, one boat shaped, the other quatrefoil set with seed pearl and green. 6.9g inclusive. £100-120
444.    Hallmarked Gold: 18ct. signet ring, Birmingham 1887. 10g. £200-250
445.    Hallmarked Gold 18ct. mourning ring, rectangular lilac coloured enamel surrounded by small pearls. Birmingham 1881. 6g. inclusive. £100-150
446.    Jewellery: 9ct. Gold ring with oval inset amber setting with inclusions. £100-150
447.    Jewellery: Yellow metal, rose crystal earrings set with four diamond chips. A pair. 2.3gms inclusive. £30-50
448.    Jewellery: Yellow metal locket, plated, on a 9ct (tested) chain. 2g. £40-60
449.    Jewellery: Cameo oval brooch, chariots driving chariot, tested and marked 9ct. 9.7g inclusive. £60-80
450.    Hallmarked Gold: Horse brooch 9ct, .375 import mark. 11g. £100-120
451.    Sewing Requisites: Emery needle cleaner made from the silk velvet used for the purple robe of state, embroidered at the Royal School of Needlework for the Coronation of HM Queen Elizabeth II. Plus a stick pin/tie pin made from a miniature gold dollar. 2.2gms. Inclusive. £40-60
452.    Hallmarked Gold: 18ct. Heavy curb link bracelet and padlock 25g. £500-700
453.    Precious Stones: Columbian blue topaz. Emerald cut. 8mm x 6mm. £80-120
454.    19th cent. Pink coral bead necklace, graduated circular beads with unmarked gold clasp, 16ins. plus another of uniform shape, 16ins. 22g. inclusive. £40-60
455.    Jewellery: White metal curb set turquoise ring, Kris brooch, 5 panel micro mosaic bracelet, initial bracelet etc. £40-60
456.    Jewellery: Yellow metal Maltese cross brooch, opaline glass with pink spinel. £20-30
457.    Jewellery: White metal rope twist necklace, stamped 925. Length 29ins. 2½oz. £30-50
458.    Costume Jewellery: Oval owl pendant & chain, possibly Mexican. £20-30
459.    Costume Jewellery: Silver marked and tested C.Z. white stone dragon brooch, 15.6gms. plus silver C.Z. set brooch with light brown stone in the middle 10gms. £40-60
460.    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
461.    19th cent. Jewel box leather covered with brass fittings and collapsible handle, the interior green watered silk. 5½ins. x 3ins. x 3¼ins. £40-60
462.    Pearls: Nucleated non drilled, and natural saltwater half pearls 6mm to ½mm. Approx. 4000 to 5000. Plus red Morocco jewel box, satin lined. £100-150
463.    Early 20th cent. Ciro faux pearls, double string with 9ct gold clasp. 3 boxed sets plus one pair of earrings. £20-40
464.    19th cent. Card case, Bakelite & porcupine with treen liner plus one other 19th cent. tortoiseshell & mother of pearl, silver cartouche, a/f. £20-30
465.    Early 20th cent. Brass bedroom door knockers, Durham Cathedral Reg. No. 1909, lion, fox trusty servant, Alfred and acorn. 'Taken from Mount House bedroom doors.' £50-70
466.    19th cent. Objects of Virtu: Italian Grand Tour souvenir miniature musical instruments, mother of pearl, tortoiseshell, ivory guitar and mandolin. £80-120
467.    Early 20th cent. Vestas hallmarked silver Birmingham 1905, faux tortoiseshell Vesta, bakelite Vesta, Myrtle Grove. Cigarettes advertising Vesta yellow metal Sovereign holder, maker Joseph Walker. £30-50
468.    19th cent. Objects of Virtu: Miniature Staffordshire a/f. Creamware, ribbon dishes, black/white triangular print dish of a rural scene, Victorian wire rim spectacles, cased x 2 pairs. Plus miscellaneous miniature books, Dickens, prayer books and Grand Tour items, etc. £40-60
469.    19th cent. Objects of Virtu: Trinket box. Ivory with micro mosaic geometric decoration, cedar lined, containing 'Moa stones from New Zealand 1885'. Plus a treen and bone spinning top. £80-100
470.    Gold: 9ct. (tested) Extending pencils (2), one with agate style ends. Approx. 12.3g. Plus five gold plated pencils. (7 in total). £120-180
471.    19th cent. Brass instruments, hand held gold balance scales attributed to Paul Garnier, but unmarked. £30-50
472.    Objects of Virtu: Treen carving of the Lion Monument of Lucerne (Lowendenkmal), designed by Seatel Thorvaldsen, to commemorate the Swiss Guards who were massacred in 1792. 3ins. x 2ins. £20-30
473.    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. £100-120
474.    Late 19th/Early 20th cent. Bisque: Bird cake decorations, piano dolls, and jointed dolls. Cold painted bear, hollow cast cat, and a hollow cast doll's house cooker. £40-50
475.    19th cent. Dolls House Accoutrements: Glass miniature candlesticks x 2, decanter and tumbler, plus miscellaneous scent bottles. £20-30
476.    19th cent. Objects of Virtu: Micro treen carved farmyard animals, trees, people, etc. £80-120
477.    19th cent. Objects of Virtu: Micro doll house items - ivory carved bottles, plates, cups, urns, etc. 1/8 ins to 3/8ins. Stanhope needle holder ¾ins. Tortoiseshell penknife, sewing items and cottons, box of chocolates, etc. £80-100
478.    Late 19th/early 20th cent. Needlecraft Folk Art: Silk and needlework robins x 2, fabric doll's shoes, silk slippers, leather buckle shoe. Plus cinder leather needle case and a silk butterfly. £50-70
479.    Late 19th/early 20th cent. Needlecraft Folk Art: Miniature soft animals, cat, rabbit, puppy, and pipe cleaner doll. (8) £50-70
480.    19th cent. Needlecraft Folk Art: Soft toys. Humpty Dumpty wearing a smoking outfit, fine linen body, velvet cap, and silk arms and legs x 2. £50-70
481.    Early 20th cent. Needlecraft Folk Art: Velvet, silk, lined dolls house boxes with embroidered lids. Some have postcard stiffeners. 7ins. x 6ins. 5ins to 3½ins. x 2½ins. x 2½ins. (5) £50-70
482.    Objects of Virtu: 19th cent. And later bakelite calendar, Georgian silver hallmarked sugar shovel, hallmarked silver napkin ring, etc. £50-80
483.    19th cent. Dolls House Accoutrements: Miniature brass photograph frames x 3, floral frame, white metal, ceramic and metal pots, glass, and treen.
484.    19th cent. Gilt brass openwork frame with a period photograph of a young woman. 9ins. £30-50
485.    Clocks/Watches: 19th cent. Paul Garnier brass pocket stopwatch. 2½ins. £80-120
486.    Scientific Instruments: 19th cent. Dollond of London pocket barometer. Silvered dial in original Morocco case. 2½ins. £80-120
487.    Scientific Instruments: WWI period pocket compensated barometer/altimeter by Negretti & Zambra of London. No. 12248, silvered dial, brass case, with Moroccan leather case of a type used by both aviators and the army. £80-120
488.    Watches: Goldsmiths and Silver Smith 15 jewel eight day travel clock. £30-50
489.    Watches: 1980s yellow metal rotary 17 jewel Incabloc wristwatch, plus an Accurist wristwatch. £30-50
490.    Lighters: DuPont brown Chinese lacquer and gold plated table lighter, with box and paperwork. £180-200
491.    Novelty Jewellery: Favre Leuba watch movements mounted as cufflink on yellow metal, boxed. Watch movement pendant with yellow metal backplate, unsigned. £40-60
492.    Watches: 1960s/70s Omega Constellation gentleman's stainless steel automatic wristwatch. £150-250
493.    Watches: Seamaster De Ville gentleman's automatic wristwatch. £150-250
494.    Numismatics: 2010 China proof panda gold and lunar platinum set. 1oz, ½oz, ¼oz, 1/10oz, 1/20oz plus silver medallion 99. fine with gilt decoration 1oz in presentation box. £2500-3500
495.    Numismatics: China, proof Panda Set 2009, gold and lunar 500 - 1oz, 200 - 1/2oz, 100 - 1/4oz, 50 - 1/10oz, 20 - 1/20oz plus 1oz lunar fine silver enhance with gold plated ox, in hardwood presentation box with paperwork, set 499 of 600 issued. £2500-3500
496.    Gold Coins: Boxed set of brilliant un-circulated 1oz. Australia 25th Anniversary, 99.99% gold plus Austrian Vienna Philharmonic 100euro gold coin 1oz. 62.2g, 2oz. in total. £2000-3000
497.    Gold Coins: The Magnificent Seven Gold Coin Collection comprising 7 gold coins issued as a result of co-operation between the mints of Australia, Great Britain, South Africa, Mexico, China, Canada and the USA. Six of the coins are ¼oz. fine gold and the seventh a sovereign weight 7.33g fine gold. Australia - Gold Nugget, 2005, Canada - 25 dollars Maple, 2005, USA - 10 dollars Gold Eagle, 2007, Great Britain - Sovereign 2006, China - 100 yuan Panda, 2006, Mexico - Libertad 2005, South Africa - quarter Krugerrand, 2003. Edition 201/2000. Total weight 54g. £1500-2000
498.    Gold Coins: Jamaican $20 gold proof coin, 1972, 15.75g.: £450-550
499.    Gold Coins: 1817 George III Sovereign circulated worn, mounted on yellow metal as a pendant. 8.9g. inclusive. £200-300
500.    Gold Coins: Jamaican $20 gold proof coin, 1972. 15.75g. £450-550
501.    Gold Coins: Diamond Jubilee 2012 proof gold sovereign set, full sovereign, half sovereign and quarter sovereign. £400-600
502.    Gold Coins: Proof Israel 20 Shekel, 2010, 1oz. 24ct. fine gold with paperwork. £1100-1400
503.    Numismatics: Mexico Independence 2010 proof set, gold Libertad ¼oz. and silver dollar 2oz. £250-350
504.    Coins/Medallions: George V 1913 crown plus 19780 Hudson Bay Company large bronze tercentenary medallion. £20-30
505.    Medallions & Coins: Royal Commemorative 24 May 1927 Edward, copper 1902 Coronation, 1953, 1965 Crown, 1993 five pounds, Apollo 1969 keyring, Children's League la Monnaie medal, 1870 Kaiser cardboard cross, amber seal charioteer. £20-30