Fine Art Antiques and Collectables Auction on
Saturday 14th March 2020

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1.      20th cent. Glazed mahogany bookcase. £30-50
2.      Fashion/Handbags: Nicole Brown fabric bags, evening bags, patchwork plush bag. Leather and plastic, some unused, including Florelli, grey double pocket bag. £30-50
3.      Fashion/Handbags: Jane Shilton deep red retro two way clutch or shoulder bag, lining machine stitched with Jane Shilton London, gilt furnishing. Jane Shilton brown shoulder bag, label reads Jane Shilton genuine leather, the bag has matching coin purse, gilt furnishing. Red leather shoulder bag, black lining printed Jane Shilton, zip closing outside pocket. Long shoulder strap, Ackery London brown bag, printed in gilt Ackery London, brown lining with coin purse, gilt clip and furnishing shoulder strap. Plus two more Jane Shilton examples. 6 bags. £60-70
4.      Fashion: Radley light blue leather handbag, cream lining with blue border, zip compartment, Dog logo below, leather tassel with dog and flower decoration, zip closing, and outside pockets. £40-70
5.      20th cent. Large oak display cabinet. Four glazed doors above, three doors and two drawers. 8ft. 6ins. x 7ft. 3ins. x 1ft. 6ins. £50-80
6.      19th cent. Mahogany ladies bidet converted into a side table, plus a later mahogany bottle carrier. £40-60
7.      19th cent. Painted metal crib with knotted network sides. On stand. 42ins. x 19½ins. x 32½ins. £30-50
8.      21st cent. Children's metal framed single beds, pink. A pair. £20-30
9.      19th cent. Painted cast iron child's cot that converts to a bed. 50ins. x 29ins. x43ins. £40-60
10.     Pictures and Prints: 19th cent. and later. to include advertising, map, pears print etc. Approx. 22. £40-60
11.     Unusual Lloyd loom Lusties child's chair in red with period music book beneath the seat. Plus one other child's chair. £40-60
12.     Textiles: Box of assorted linen. £20-30
13.     Vinyl/Records: Collection of approximately 670, mostly 45s from 1960s through to the 1980s, including Little Richard, John Lennon, Suzi Quatro, T Rex, Stranglers, etc. £80-120
14.     20th cent. Japanese part tea set in need of restoration plus a 1930s style green glass dressing table set. £30-50
15.     Glassware: 19th cent. and later bottles to include medicine, drinks etc. (22) £20-30
16.     19th cent. Brass candlesticks, candelabra, and a collection of Royal Doulton Franklin Mint plates. £20-40
17.     20th cent. Pottery and porcelain figures, figurines, alabaster, metal ware, treen and clocks. 1 box. £20-40
18.     Porcelain & Pottery: Floral inspired vases, trinket boxes, and ornaments. (1 box) £20-40
19.     Fashion: Retro and later handbags, leather, plastic, and fabric, some evening, mostly chain store makes. 1 box. £30-50
20.     Fashion/Handbags: Assorted chain store bags, M&S, etc. Leather,plastic, etc. 1 box. £30-50
21.     20th cent Ceramics: Jasper Conran Wedgwood tea pot, T.G. Green Cornish ware teapot, Emma Bridgewater ware lustre jug, Carlton ware pin dishes, Wedgwood Chorale dinner plates, L.S.A. soup dishes, etc. £40-60
22.     20th cent. Kitchenalia: Clover leaf mixing bowl and jug, 2 pint milk bottle Bardens Hove, ceramic flan dish, 2 treen bread boards, vintage kitchen pie dish and 1 other, etc. Quantity of Damask table napkins. 2 Boxes. £30-50
23.     Metalware: 19th cent. Brass fender, coal bucket with lid, log bin, copper helmet coal scuttle, and assorted tools. £40-60
24.     19th cent. Brass fenders x 2, plus small selection of fireside tools. Brass skimmers, drainer's and a toasting fork. £40-60
25.     Advertising: 1930s prints of puppies, kittens, and children, in frames. 19th cent. Newspapers, Royal commemorative books, magazine Pick-Me-Up July 1896, etc. (1 tray) Plus a large selection of table mats including, Babycham, Coats Cider, Manns, Yorkshire Ale, etc. £30-60
26.     20th cent. Silhouette prints of 18th cent. Naval Uniforms, 3D cork picture of a sailing ship, plus three others. £30-50
27.     19th cent. Rustic copper J. Walker Charlesworth cone measure, plus one other, glue pot, burner. (4) £30-50
28.     19th cent. & later Metal Ware: Wheatsheaf doorstop, Toleware candlestick with pusher, bronzed bust of a classical figure, bronze candlesticks - a pair. £50-80
29.     Late 19th early 20th cent. Brass, Copper and Metal Ware: Copper kettle, brass scales, misc. weights by Youngs and Avery, brass letter rack. £40-60
30.     Tools & Railwayania: Late 19th/early 20th cent. wood planes, Northumberland Rooms teapots, metal swagger stick, etc. £20-40
31.     20th cent. Two blue and white leather Fox Hunter electric reclining movie chairs. £30-50
32.     Bespoke Decoupage Marvel Comic book design, nest of 3 tables by Juliet Aubrey. £80-120
33.     20th cent. Pine dog drawn dog cart, with iron rimmed wheels, used in the past mainly for delivering milk, bread, and vegetables. Used today in the sport of carting. 65 ins. excluding handles, with harness. £100-150
34.     20th cent. Pre war oak dining chairs with leather seats. Set of 6. £40-60
35.     Late 19th cent. Walnut davenport in need of restoration. £20-40
36.     19th cent. Ebonised pole screen plus a fire screen and oak occasional table. (3) £30-50
37.     19th cent. Mahogany bow fronted serpentine sideboard with one central drawer flanked by two cupboards, all cock beaded. All with brass furniture and on tapered supports. 54ins. x 26ins. x 37ins. £40-60
38.     20th cent. Ceramic umbrella stand, blue ground decorated with flowers. £30-50
39.     Rugs: 20th cent. Rose Madder prayer mat. £40-60
40.     19th cent. Mahogany two door compactum, with fitted interior. £80-120
41.     Edwardian oak dressing table, plus one other. £30-50
42.     Vanity Ware: 20th cent. Dressing table set made by Regent of London. £20-30
43.     Plated ware: Silver plated bowls, tray, candlestick, teapot, sugar bowl, and jugs. £40-60
44.     19th cent. Metamorphic oak children's high chair that converts to a 'rocking horse' at the touch of a lever. £40-60
45.     Early 19th cent. Mahogany art nouveau inlaid salon chair, plus one other. (2) £30-50
46.     19th cent. Mahogany side table with single drawer, on chamfered supports. £40-60
47.     Early 20th cent. Inlaid Davenport. A/F. 20ins. x 21ins. x 31ins. £30-50
48.     19th cent. Cast iron fire basket in neo classical style. £60-80
49.     Architectural Antiques: 19th cent. Victorian Charles I style cast iron fire back with cast iron log basket. and two animal troughs. £100-150
50.     19th cent. Upholstered mahogany footstool, plus one other. £30-50
51.     Early 20th cent. Arts & Craft: Harlequin set of nine oak dining chairs in the arts and crafts style. £60-80
52.     19th cent. Oak extending dining table on carved baluster supports with castors, two inserts. 54ins. x 41ins. 82ins. x 41ins extended. £100-150
53.     Books: Series of Plates 'The Early Florentine School', William Young Ottley. Dedicated to John Flaxman Esq. R.A 1826. Title page in English and French, some engravings marked proof. Damage to binding and first plate, some foxing. 23ins. x 16ins. £200-250
54.     20th cent. Plated ware: Gallery tray, teapot stand, art deco geometric serving dish, sauce boats, condiments, candlesticks, etc. £20-30
55.     19th cent. Pitched pine settle. 48ins. x 19ins. x 54ins. £100-150
56.     Late 19th/early 20th cent. Copper printing block of flowers and leaves. 8½ins. £30-50
57.     Metalware: Silverplate, EPNS, flatware including Mappin and Webb, large selection of spoons and forks. £40-60
58.     Flatware: Silver plated six soup spoons, six tablespoons, six dessert spoons, six forks, six dessert forks, sifter spoons, pair of sauce ladles old English pattern, six pastry forks, pair of fish servers, six fruit knives with blue and white ceramic handles, etc. £50-80
59.     20th cent. Oak cased canteen of cutlery with drawer beneath. £100-150
59A.    19th cent. Mahogany D end dining table on tapering supports. 67ins.
£60-80
60.     19th cent. and later Glass: three ring decanter, ribbed decanter and decanter of bulbous form. Plus a glass inkwell, Tolware tray and a pair of glass candlesticks. £40-60
61.     Silver Plated: Elkington Rochester pattern fish knives and forks plus servers, cased, retail Kendall. Milne Ltd Manchester. £20-40
62.     18th cent. Oak drop leaf table. 44ins. x 49ins. £40-60
63.     Early 19th cent. Mahogany with fruitwood inlay Pembroke table. On tapered inlaid supports. 37ins. x 32½ins. x 26ins. £60-80
64.     Danish Retro Design 1960s Poul Hundevad style teak nest of 5 tables. 24½ins. £60-100
65.     Art & Design: Post war teak sideboard with three long drawers, and cupboards either side. £80-120
66.     20th cent. Oak small table on turned bobbin or cotton reel supports with shelf beneath. 36ins. x 24ins. x 17ins. £60-100
67.     Contemporary Folk Art: 20th cent. carved burr elm bowl. 20ins. £40-70
68.     19th cent. Mahogany and satinwood games table. Inset with ebony. 35ins. £80-120
69.     19th cent. Mahogany tea table on tapering supports. £40-60
70.     19th cent. Mahogany hall table. Three drawers with cup handles in a shell design. On turned supports. 46ins. x 20ins. x 30ins. £40-60
71.     19th cent. Mahogany dwarf chiffonier with single shelf, galleried back, one large drawer over two doors. 35ins. x 15½ins. x 49ins. £60-80
72.     18th cent. Georgian mahogany secretaire with 4 graduated cock beaded drawers, two dummy drawers that open to reveal a fully fitted interior. The whole on bracket supports. 40½ins. £250-350
73.     20th cent. Indonesian brass figures of deity, brass inkwell and porcupine quill. (4). £60-80
74.     19th cent. Heavily carved oak hall stand with stylised dragon decoration. 57ins. £150-250
75.     19th cent. Mahogany cylinder corner cupboard, with shelves. Plus 20th cent. Bergère low chair. £30-50
76.     Ceramics: Carltonware, Beswick, Crown Devon, other leaf plates, bowls and ceramics. £30-50
77.     20th cent. Extending oak dining table and four oak dining chairs. £60-80
79.     20th cent. Oak swivel office chair.
£40-60
80.     Maritime: 19th cent. Elm sailor's ditty box with applied metal banding, iron handles, hasp and clasp. 21ins. x 11ins. x 12ins. £60-80
81.     19th cent. Rosewood card table inlaid with ebony and decorated with a single brass moulding to the centre. £40-60
82.     19th cent. Mahogany pole screen, turned pole on tripod supports, floral silk work embroidery in a shield shaped frame. 57ins. £20-40
83.     19th cent. Mahogany side table on turned supports. 45ins. £60-100
84.     Late 19th/early 20th Cent. oak heavily carved dresser. 76ins. x 48ins. x 18ins. £80-120
85.     Late 19th/early 20th cent. oak aesthetic style dresser, three drawer base over three compartments, under glazed shelf unit. 80ins. x 64ins. x 19ins. £80-120
86.     20th cent. Ceramics: Dinner service by Copeland Spode, 'Chinese Rose', pattern number 629599, consisting of meat plate, sauce boats, vegetable dishes with covers (one cover damaged), dinner plates, and side plates. £60-80
87.     19th cent. Gothic style heavily carved dark oak bookcase with two doors and two drawers beneath. 86ins. x 53ins. x 20ins. £150-180
88.     Gardenalia: Limestone saddle stone, height 24ins. Round top 19ins. Diameter. £100-150
89.     Gardenalia: Limestone saddle stone, height 24ins. Round top 19ins. Diameter. (A/F) £60-80
90.     Gardenalia: Limestone saddle stone, height 24ins. Round top 19ins. Diameter. £100-150
91.     Gardenalia: Limestone saddle stone, height 25ins. Round top 20ins. Diameter. £100-150
92.     Gardenalia: Limestone saddle stone, height 26ins. Round top 19ins. Diameter. £100-150
93.     Gardenalia: Limestone saddle stone, height 23ins. Round top 20ins. Diameter. £100-150
94.     Gardenalia: Limestone saddle stone, height 14ins. Square top 16ins. £50-80
95.     Gardenalia: Limestone saddle stone, height 18ins. Square top 16ins. £50-80
96.     Gardenalia: Limestone saddle stone, height 18ins. Square top 13½ins. £50-80
97.     Gardenalia: Limestone saddle stone, height 25ins. Square top 19ins. £100-150
98.     Antiques: 19th cent. Large two section pine corner cupboard. 81ins. x 51ins. £200-300
99.     Clocks: Late 19th/early 20th cent. German oak three chain longcase clock. 11ins silvered dial with raised gilt Arabic numerals, fitted with chime/silent and Whittington/Westminster selection levers. The case has a glazed door with applied foliate carvings and the head is surmounted by a carved foliate border. 90ins high. Pendulum and three weights. £150-200
100.    Late 18th/early 19th cent. mahogany linen press, inlaid with ebony and boxwood. The top section opens to reveal four sets of linen slides above two short and two long drawers. £250-350
101.    19th cent. Oak corner cupboard. £30-50
102.    20th cent. Mahogany bow fronted wardrobes, ladies and gentleman's. 71ins and 47ins. £40-60
103.    19th cent. Mahogany linen press with brushing slides, sitting upon two short and two long drawers. The whole on bun feet. £150-200
104.    20th cent. Oak organ stool with sloping seat and trussed supports. 26ins. x 10½ins. x 23½ins. £30-50
105.    19th cent. Oak pie crust tilt top wine table on tripod supports. D 17ins. x H 23ins. Plus another mahogany wine table. on tripod supports D 19ins. x H 28ins. £70-100
106.    19th cent. Elm high stool on spindle supports. Height 27ins. £30-50
107.    19th cent. Gothic style dark oak bookcase with two glazed doors and foliate design carving. 50ins. x 46ins. x 12ins. £80-120
108.    18th cent. Oak press cupboard with canted sides on a chest of 5 short and 1 long drawer, with 3 brushing slides, on bracket supports with chamfered corners. 47ins. x 69ins. x 21ins. £300-500
109.    19th cent. Mahogany chiffonier with ornate gallery to rear. Two drawers over two doors. 54ins. x 22ins. x 52ins. £150-200
110.    Sculpture: Early 20th cent. Bronze of Diana the Huntress with her hounds. On marble base, unsigned. 26ins. x 17ins. £300-500
111.    19th cent. Gothic style heavily carved dark oak bookcase with glazed doors. 50ins. x 48ins. x 15ins. £80-120
112.    Sculpture After Pierre-Jules Mene 1810-1879. Bronze figure of a bear on rocks. Signed P. J. Mene to base. 13½ins. £300-500
113.    19th cent. Heavily carved Chinoiserie style bookcase with glazed doors. 45½ins. x 36ins. x 12½ins. £150-250
113A.   Sculpture: 20th cent. Bronze figure of Atlas holding the world on a stylised classical base, unsigned 18½ins. £200-300
114.    Art and Design: 1970s Retro Bromin of Denmark hardwood bureau with label on reverse. Purchased by the vendor in Harrods in late 1970s for £600. 39ins. Please note: Original key has snapped off in the lock. With Cites certificate No 589431/01. £400-600
115.    Early 19th cent. Double pedestal mahogany sideboard with bow front central section, brass lion head handles. 61ins. £60-80
116.    Sculpture Emile Picault 1833-1915: Bronze figure of a stylised medieval archer, signed E. Picault to base. 14½ins. With original receipt. £350-450
117.    19th cent. Mahogany chest of two short and three long drawers. 40½ins. £100-150
118.    19th cent. Burr walnut topped hall table with foliate inlay on mahogany turned supports, and a turned stretcher. £80-120
119.    Victorian carved oak Jacobean style Wainscot armchair with straw seat. £80-120
120.    19th cent. Continental School: Oil on board of neo classical ruins. 16ins. x 11ins. £50-80
121.    19th cent. Mahogany balloon back dining chairs with upholstered seats on turned & sabre supports (6). £100-150
122.    19th cent. Mahogany dining table with two leaves on turned supports with winder. Extended 72ins. x 44ins. Closed 49ins. x 44ins. £150-250
123.    Aristide Croisy (1840-1899): Superb 19th cent. French bronze, titled 'Le Nid', of two children asleep in an armchair, on a rectangular base, signed with foundry stamp. 17½ins. £800-1200
124.    18th cent. Oak coffer with carved decoration to the front, four carved panels to front, and plain to sides and rear. 55ins. x 22ins. x 27ins. £150-250
125.    18th cent. Oak carved bible box converted to icebox with fitted metal liner. 24ins. x 14ins. x 9ins. £80-120
126.    18th cent. Oak chest with three naive decorated panels to front and decorated lid. 43ins. x 21ins. x 18ins. £50-70
127.    Clocks: Mahogany regulator clock, Roman numeral dial, glass engraved front panel with arched top and scroll decoration to sides. £100-150
128.    Clock: 19th cent. Continental Dutch style hanging wall clock. The interior and exterior case inlaid with fruit wood floral banded relief and matching pediment. White and gilt face. Height 56ins. Width 16ins. Pediment width 19½ins. £150-250
129.    Clocks: 20th cent. Treen and brass ware Dutch striking wall clock. 24ins. x 10ins. £30-40
130.    Prints: Limited edition. Bob Murray Bristol Britannia "Climbing on Course", signed Bob Murray A.C.M., Sir Alasdair Steedman and Sir Thomas Kennedy plus a photograph. Framed and glazed. 25ins. x 19ins. & 12½ins. x 9½ins. £30-50
131.    Jugendstil Bella Vichon (Austria 1904-1930): Lithograph, Jesus Blessing the Children, signed "at age 15 years", printed by Session Graphische Kurstanstalt GMBH, Vienne. 24½ins. x 37½ins. £50-80
132.    20th cent. British School: Oil on board studies of sailing ships, rural landscapes, village and house by lake (5). £30-50
133.    19th cent. & later Prints & Engravings: Fra Angelico angels playing, highland character, caricature of two old salts, Cheviot sheep, etc. Watercolours, still life unsigned, Stenning Station signed Colin lower and a rural study (9). £30-50
134.    Prints: Barrie A.F. Clark "Supermarine Spitfire". Framed and glazed. 41ins. x 22¼ins. Plus Limited edition, Robert Taylor "Concorde Formation", signed in pencil L. Mangin, Robert Taylor, Brian Trubshaw, Brian Oliver (Captain). Framed and glazed. 28ins. x 19ins.
£40-60
135.    Pictures/Prints: two prints, Kevin Platt, Cornish Coastal Scenes 18ins. x 14ins. and 18ins. x 12ins. Framed and glazed. £20-40
136.    Children's Book Illustrations: Downy Duck after A.J. MacGregor, Ladybird illustrator, mixed media on card x 2. Framed and glazed. 20ins. x 22ins. £50-80
137.    Horse Racing: 19th cent. Coloured engravings of Formosa by Chas Hunt and West Australian by the Baily brothers in walnut frame. 30ins. x 24ins. £50-80
138.    English School: Early 20th cent. unsigned watercolour on canvas, "Cottage by the Lake". Framed and glazed 16½ins. x 10ins. £40-60
139.    C. Richardson: Late 19th cent. watercolour on canvas "Near Runswick" & signed lower left. Framed and glazed 13½ins. x 7ins. £30-50
140.    19th cent. French school: A young cad with his horse, signed lower left Joseph Felon. 7ins. x 9ins. £50-80
141.    John Morrison c1875: Oil on canvas laid to board racing pigeon, signed and dated top left. Framed 9ins. x 10ins. £40-60
142.    Hideo Hagiwara 1913-, Space D, Japanese woodcut with label to top right. 17ins x 24ins. £50-80
143.    Late 19th/early 20th cent. English School: maritime studies on panel. 11ins. x 5ins. £80-120
144.    William Cobbett: 19th cent. Oil on board of Brighton Chain Pier, signed and dated 99. 9ins. x 6ins. £100-150
145.    W. A. Clark: Oil on canvas in 20th cent. style. 'Carnation Sweep' male champion R.A.S.E. Show 1931, The Danbury Park Herd of Jersey's. Signature lower left. Framed and glazed. 19ins. x 15ins. £150-250
146.    English School: Oil on canvas of a woman reading a book. Gilt frame and glazed 18ins. x 21ins. £60-100
147.    Paintings: Catherine Elizabeth Coote, circa 1820. Black chalk and wash of a country scene. Abbott and Holder Gallery label to reverse. 16ins. x 10ins. £80-120
148.    Paintings: William Purser (working 1805-1834) Classical buildings by a gorge. 14ins x 10ins. Signed and dated 1825. Several gallery labels to the reverse including Walker Galleries and Abbott and Holder confirming this attribution. £400-600
149.    19th cent. Irish School: Approach to Killarney from the Mallow Road, with label on reverse. Attributing the work to Capt. John Duncan King together with another from his grandson gifting the painting to Lieut. Colonel Webb. 8ins. x 6ins. £300-500
150.    19th cent. English School: Oil on board hunting scene with plaque to frame 'George Morland' and George Morland engraving of similar to reverse. 8ins. x 6ins. £250-350
151.    Continental School: Oil on board, head and shoulders of a woman writing in a journal. Framed 11ins. x 9½ins. £60-100
152.    Thomas Creswick RA 1811-1869, oil on board, Gathering the Harvest, signed bottom right T Creswick. 15ins. x 10ins. £200-300
153.    19th cent. English School: Oil on board of cattle pulling carts, a pair. 9ins. x 5ins. £50-80
154.    19th cent. English school, oil on canvas with handwritten notation on reverse 'the Wye nr Symonds Yat Geo. Watkins'. 15ins. x 26ins. £100-150
155.    Late 18th/early 19th cent. English School: Mountain scene with label on verso for Irene and Stanhope Shelton with handwritten notation attributing the work to Adam Buck 1759-1833. 12½ins. x 9½ins. £200-300
156.    Battle of Waterloo/Wellington/Napoleon: 19th cent. English School, ink and colour wash with Abbott and Holder Gallery label to reverse. 'The Allies returning thanks for their victories over Napoleon' by James Heaviside Clark 1771-1863 later engraved by M Dubourg. 11ins. x 8ins. NB: Some foxing as per photo. £500-800
157.    19th cent. English School: Marine coastal scene, signed bottom left S Y Johnson, Sidney Yates Johnson, damage top left, see images. 29ins. x 19ins. £100-150
158.    19th cent. Scottish School: Oil on canvas Loch Achray/Ben Venue, signed bottom left W Burn. 14ins. x 9ins. £80-120
159.    19th cent. Continental School: Oil on canvas goats on a mountain path. 18ins. x 12ins. £100-150
160.    19th British School: Oil on canvas portrait of a gentleman in a gilt frame. 29ins. x 24ins. £70-100
161.    Louis Burleigh Bruhl 1861-1942, watercolour on paper, inland waterway, possibly Dutch. 12ins. x 16ins. £100-150
162.    Henry Sylvester Stannard (1870-1951): Rural landscape with a young girl in the foreground looking at a river, with a water jug at her feet. Signed lower left. 14ins. x 10ins. £400-600
163.    Edmund Morison Wimperis (1835-1900): Watercolour 'Returning Home', monogrammed bottom right. 15ins. x 8ins. £300-500
164.    19th cent. English School: Oil on canvas cattle by a river, stencilled on reverse R H Noble, Bloomsbury. 16ins. x 24ins. £100-150
165.    19th cent. English School: C E Emerson, rustic study watercolour on paper. 20ins. x 14ins. £100-150
166.    Charles Edward Dixon 1872-1934: Watercolour on paper Orient-Royal Mail Line SS Oroya, signed bottom left. 11ins. x 7ins. £300-500
167.    Paintings: 19th cent. Naive study of an Arabian lion hunt. Signed G. Kreitzer 1843. 25ins. x 30ins. £60-80
168.    Maps: Attractive early 17th cent. Copper line engraved map of Eastern Ulster, including Belfast and Armagh. By Mercator, published Amsterdam, dating to around 1630. Hand coloured. 22ins. x 18ins. £1000-1500
169.    20th cent. English School oil on canvas of a boat.
£40-60
170.    20th cent. Ceramics: Beswick Irish Setter 966, Copenhagen figure of a girl with a cat 1745 (A/F), eight small Sylvac jugs, two resin owl figures by P. J. Putt, and one by Ken Norris, cherub wall hanging, and figure of a putti riding a dolphin. £40-60
171.    20th cent. Ceramics: Large Continental pink floral bowl, Crown Devon Fieldings biscuit jar, selection of Lenox USA porcelain, two end of day glass vases, plus two porcelain Continental figurines, a Chinese ginger jar and two Royal Doulton plates. £30-50
172.    Glassware: Blue glass including vases, figures and drinking glasses (22 Items). £20-40
173.    Glassware: Blue glass including drinking glasses and vases. (22 Items). £20-40
174.    20th cent. Ceramics: Royal Doulton collectors plates "Old Country Crafts", "In the Footsteps of Constable" and "Heroes of the Sky". Wedgwood County Days, 21 assorted plates, all boxed with paperwork plus The Van Hygan & Smythe Heritage collection circular plate frames, 21 frames all boxed. £30-50
175.    Royal Doulton Figurines: Kathy HN 3305, Linda HN 3374, Elyse HN 2429. All boxed (3). £20-30
176.    Royal Doulton Figurines: Elyse HN 2474, Laura HN 3136, Fragrance HN 2334. All boxed (3). £20-30
177.    Royal Doulton Figurines: Rebecca HN 4041, Christine HN 3995, Sarah HN 4837. All boxed (3). £20-30
178.    Royal Doulton Figurines: Lorraine HN 3118, Figure of the Year Mary HN 3375. Both boxed (2). £20-30
179.    Royal Doulton Figurines: Ninette HN 3215, Joy Collectors Club, Amanda HN 3615 - unboxed. £20-30
180.    Royal Doulton Figurines: Elaine HN 2791, Caroline HN 3170, June HN 2991. All boxed (3). £20-30
181.    Royal Doulton Figurines: Diana HN 2468, Kirsty HN 2381, Sara HN 2365. All boxed (3). £20-30
182.    Ceramics: Spode Italian cream and milk jugs, 7 panel jug, 2 jugs A/F. (4 Jugs) plus a sugar bowl A/F. £20-40
183.    20th cent. Ceramics: Royal Worcester dessert service 'Maple' plates x 8, serving bowls x 2, plus Contessa cake plate and serving slice. Boxed. £20-40
184.    19th cent. Ceramics: Staffordshire bocage decorated Pastille burners, plus later cottage. £20-30
185.    20th cent. Ceramics: Emma Bridgewater robin mug, bowls and other Christmas related ceramics. Plus egg cups, tea caddy, cream jug, chocolate and coffee mugs, etc, Portmeirion "The Holly and the Ivy" dish. £40-60
186.    20th cent. Kitchenalia: Marble lazy Susan and rolling pin, black bird pie filler and 2 others, miniature Emma Bridgewater egg crock, Winscombe pottery butter dish, and a kitchen roll holder. £30-50
187.    White Metal: Candle holders in the form of stags, 4 graduated stag figures, pillar candle, hanging silver colour decorations, ornamental glass toadstools - a pair, gilt cherub, model of a Mughal monument. £30-50
188.    19th cent. Ceramics: Two Staffordshire flatbacks depicting ladies riding on goats. A pair. £30-50
189.    Pair of Staffordshire reproduction pigs with six piglets, in baskets. £10-20
190.    20th cent. Ceramics: Cheese dish with transfer print of daisies with gilt border and a cottage teapot. £30-50
191.    19th cent. Ceramics: Staffordshire piper seated dog, Doulton John Barleycorn Woods vase, plus three Continental bisque figures. £20-30
192.    20th cent. Ceramics: Border Fine Arts owl with pitch fork and rope, County Artists Old English Sheep dog, Border Fine Arts Doberman standing, unmarked pair of doves sitting on a branch. £40-60
193.    20th cent. Ceramics: Portmeirion "Phoenix" pattern coffee sets. £30-50
194.    20th cent. Ceramics: Neo, three figures of ladies. (3) £30-40
195.    20th cent. Ceramics: Neo, three figures, Girl with Dog, an Owl, and Persian Cat. (3) £30-40
196.    20th cent. Ceramics: Neo, three figures of girls. (3) £30-40
197.    20th cent. Ceramics: A large selection of Welsh pottery, Rhoyader, Dragon Pottery, vinegar and oil jugs, mustard pots, flower pots, etc. (17) £30-40
198.    Royal Doulton: Provincial six place dinner service. £40-60
199.    Ceramics: Crown Ducal charger decorated with a fawn 11½ins. and a red/brown ground vase 7½ins. Both in the style of Charlotte Rhead. (2). £40-60
200.    20th cent. Ceramics: Crown Devon Fieldings preserve jar, green and cream with transfer print of flowers, sauce tureen and cover, blush bowl with white metal rim and a cream jug. Crested ware cups, saucers and jugs, including Canterbury, Sidmouth, Llanelly. (A large quantity). Plus Crown Devon Fieldings Cries of London barrel "Do you want my matches", approx. 11ins. Also tea or spice canister depicting a lady, boy and a dog outside a tutor house, jar and cover, Round and Sound five pence a pound, dark cherries.

£40-60
201.    Crested China: A selection of examples including Devizes, Trowbridge, Bath, Etc. Approx. 20 items. £40-60
202.    Stamps/Postcards: PHQ Cards dating from 1980s and 1990s, almost all still in original packaging, packed in small 20th cent. suitcase. 1000+. £60-80
203.    Cigarette Cards/Ephemera: Collection of full and part sets of cards including: Churchman Association Football players, miniatures, fire fighting appliances and Victoria Cross in mid 20th cent OXO tins. Also to include May 5th 1935 Silver Jubilee edition of Daily Mail and June 3rd 1953 Golden reprint of the Daily Mail. £20-40
204.    Stamps: 20th cent. Royal Mail mint stamps and first day covers. Seventy two mint stamps presentation packs, with approx. thirty six with corresponding first day covers, in album and box. Plus an album of first day covers from 1969-78 and an album of twenty six commemorative covers marking The History of WWII. £30-50
205.    Theatre and Film: 1920s and 1930s programmes including, The Capitol London, Lewisham Hippodrome, The Palace Theatre, The Tivoli, The Carlton Theatre, Haymarket, etc. £40-60
206.    Stamps: First day covers, a large collection of approx. 450 USA issues, including the 1998 $11.75 Piggyback space shuttle, 1999 Senora Desert, 2000 $16.25 Marine one. Also includes covers from the 1930s to 1960s. £150-250
207.    Stamps: One album 'The Royal Family', two albums of interesting postmarks, plus a small album of unused GB 1950s-1980s, and a box of loose and on piece stamps. £30-50
208.    Postcards: Early 20th cent. Mainly topographical, Belgium, Holland, France and Italy. (6 albums) £40-60
209.    Photographs: A collection of Edwardian - 1970s social history photographs. £20-40
210.    Postcards: Collection of mainly French topographical cards, with some UK and Belgium. £30-50
211.    Postcards: Early 20th cent. Mainly topographical, Belgium, Holland, France and Italy. (4 albums) £40-60
212.    Stamps: 20th cent. Stockbook containing G.B. & Commonwealth, George V used stamps. A shoebox containing 1000's used & unused world stamps, a sparsely populated S.G. Senator album plus two others. £40-60
213.    Postcards: An album of mainly Edwardian postcards. Real photo of people, actors, actresses, fishing themed, humour and topographical. £40-60
214.    Postcards: Album of mainly Edwardian postcards, includes topographical, humour, and real photo. £40-60
215.    Stamps: Four albums containing approx. 106 Royal Mail mint stamps, presentation packs with corresponding first day covers, from 1983-1995. £40-60
216.    Stamps: 19th/20th cent. Grafton album of mainly used World stamps, plus a second album of GB, German, and Spanish, includes 1841, SG2, 2d blue, and 1d red/brown with black Maltese Cross cancellation. £30-50
217.    Stamps: Album containing mainly used World stamps from the 19th and early 20th cent. £30-50
218.    20th cent. African Assegai plus a modern decorative sword. £20-40
219.    Costume Jewellery: Paua shell brooch, butterfly brooches, faux pearl necklaces and bracelets, leaves of gold yellow rose and picture frames. £30-50
220.    Fashion: Evening bags, black velvet, pink bead decoration x 2, black silk embossed with butterflies (4). Decorative oval box containing hair decorations. £20-40
221.    Fashion: Leather purses and card cases, and glasses purse. £20-30
222.    Smoking Requisites: Lighters, Japanese Sarome 1960s aluminium lighter, Roman veriflame (boxed, Wedgwood lighter and 2 boxed Wedgwood Jasperware ashtrays. £40-60
223.    The Samuel Smith Collection: Two telescopic stirrup cups, spring coin holder for old UK coins, and a gilt pill box. £60-80
224.    The Samuel Smith Collection: Selection of badges and clips to include a replica anointing spoon King George VI, plus gilt propelling pencil. £60-80
225.    20th cent. Collectables: Trinket and pill boxes, a collection of approx. 60, pottery, porcelain, white metal, yellow metal, onyx, and treen. £30-50
226.    20th cent. Collectables: Raine, Leonardo, and Willets, 'Just the Right Shoe', 'If the Shoe Fits' and 'Shoes of the 20th cent.' Model shoe design and types, some boxed with certificates. (55) Plus trinket boxes. £40-60
227.    Breweriana: Early 20th cent. Bavarian Black Forest, and other treen bottle stoppers, some articulated such as kissing couple, fiddle player, Tyrollian gent doffing his cap and sticking his tongue out. 29 in total on cast iron stands. £80-120
228.    Breweriana: 20th cent. Bottle stops and pourers pottery, porcelain, and Bakelite. Many caricatures including Churchill, MacMillan, Kennedy, and De Gaulle. 27 in total, 16 on cast iron stands. £100-150
229.    Plated ware: Collection of silver plated teaspoons, most with tooled pieces to end of handles. £20-40
230.    Costume Jewellery: Assorted brooches, beads and clips, Lotus simulated pearls, 'The Unique Log-Log' slide rule. £120-140
231.    20th cent,. Collectables - Wallace & Gromit: Fridge magnets - chicken run (5) close shave (2) magic magnets (6). All blister packed. £20-30
232.    19th cent. Nickel plated belt, interlocking hook of organic design. £20-40
233.    Costume Jewellery: to include suite of silver jewellery and imitation Rolex watch. £30-50
234.    Costume Jewellery: Includes four brooches, one of micro mosaic decoration, and imitation pearl necklet. £20-30
235.    Costume Jewellery: Faux pearl earring, brooches x 2, plus necklace. £20-40
236.    Art Deco dressing table ladies x 2, treen crinoline lady napkin holders x 6, yellow metal belt buckle with enamel decoration, Art Deco door knocker. £30-50
237.    Costume Jewellery: White metal jewellery box, silver watch, four silver rings, bracelets, faux pearl necklace, silver coloured butterfly wing brooch etc. £30-50
238.    Objects of Virtu: Collection of 19th century and later snuff boxes (10) plus a silver hallmarked napkin ring. £40-70
239.    Costume Jewellery: Green necklace, white metal dragonfly necklace, blue butterfly wing brooch, white metal bracelet, yellow metal brooch and earring set, hallmarked silver shield shaped brooch. £30-50
240.    Crested China: Arcadian model of a dispatch rider, Arcadian model of a WWI field gun bearing the Gloucester crest plus a Goss model of Mons MEG Edinburgh Castle. £70-100
241.    World War II: A rare album of photographs taken by George Lee, originally 76 Squadron RAF and then attached to 146 wing of the Tactical Air Force. This unusual collection of approx. 106 photos starts at Juno Beach and the visit of Winston Churchill. He visited airfield B3 and the lot includes two privately taken photos of Churchill at this time, complete with hand written inscriptions and chronicles Lee's journey through occupied Europe acuminating in their arrival in Germany. The archive also contains photos of Field Marshall Montgomery, King George VI and numerous battle zones. Also included is a rare original hand written document dated 6th June 1945 regarding the distribution of chocolate for children at Belsen, an extremely rare collection. £700-1000
242.    Cretan handmade white metal decorated goat bone handled knife. Similar knife was used in World War II on the island of Crete, given by Miss Greece at a Miss World Lunch, approx. 2005. £30-50
243.    WWI Lt. Col. Richard Crosse DSO & Bar: An extremely rare World War I collection of ephemera. Lt. Col. Crosse commanded the second battalion, The Oxford and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry, on the Western Front being mentioned in dispatches an additional four times. He led the battalion in a number of battles on The Somme Battlefield and after his retirement from the army he joined the Ulster Special Constabulary.
This museum quality archive was owned by Lt. Col. Crosse and forms both handwritten and typed regimental orders from the Second Battalion Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light infantry just prior to World War I through the earliest battles of WWI. They date from July 1st to just hours prior to the first major action of World War I, the Battle of Mons. This fascinating collection includes logistics, troop movements, regimental lists, transportation and arrival in France and movement to Mons. Also included in the lot are several maps showing the battalion on the Western Front. Approx. 80 Artifacts.
£3000-5000
244.    WWI - Lt. Colonel Richard Crosse DSO & Bar: A fascinating research archive of ephemera forming over 100 documents. He commanded the Second Battalion Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry on the western front, he was mentioned in dispatches four times. He led his Battalion at the Somme and after his retirement joined the Ulster Special Constabulary. The archive relates to the roll of officers and other ranks of their medal entitlements, the roll of officers who embarked for France between 5-3-1914 and 23-11-1917 offering rank, name and comments, plus a list of those wounded in action up to 1917. The lot is being sold together with a number of handwritten letters and other paperwork. £1000-1500
245.    WWI: An extremely rare World War I collection of paperwork from Lt. Col. Richard Crosse DSO and Bar. Lt. Col. Crosse commanded the second battalion, The Oxford and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry, on the Western Front being mentioned in dispatches an additional four times. He led the battalion in a number of battles on The Somme Battlefield and after his retirement from the army he joined the Ulster Special Constabulary.
The collection relates to soldiers taken prisoner by the Germans and includes a number of letters written at the end of hostilities from prisoners giving first person accounts of their treatment at the hands of the Germans. A number are particularly graphic but one by Pte. Cotton stands out "While we were going over the top, Lay was shot through the knee and it was impossible to keep up with the regiment. We decided to get back again but the machine gun bullets were flying all round us. I had taken some wounded men of the 19th Division to the dressing station in Betoncourt the day previous. There was a heavy bombardment at the corner of the road and it would have been suicide to attempt it. We decided discretion was the better part of valour and we took shelter. It was while we were waiting for the barrage to lift that the Germans came up in their thousands and we were taken prisoner. We spent the night in a cage without food or shelter". In addition to numerous accounts from prisoners, the lot includes a large map of German prisoner of war camps with numerous notations and a comprehensive list of those captured with notations from Lt. Col Crosse showing where each man was captured, rank, name and additional remarks, a fascinating archive. £1500-2500
246.    WWI Medals: Mixed lot of War Medals and Victory, some with paperwork. £20-30
247.    WWII Medals: Victory and War Medal pairs to Henry Scammel RAMC plus Pte. Hayhow Middlesex Regiment, with paperwork. £40-70
248.    WWII Medals: Victory and War Medal pairs to HVP Hargraves Coldstream Guards and Sgt. Catchpole Middlesex Regiment, the former with paperwork. £40-70
249.    WWI Medals: Victory/War pair to Private Hall RAMC plus a quantity of paperwork including his will written from the trenches. £40-70
250.    WWII Medals: Victory medal, Army Service Corps, Royal Artillery and Royal Engineers. Plus a War Medal/Victory medal pair to Sgt Major Webster Royal Field Artillery. All with research. (4). £40-60
251.    Militaria: 19th cent. British army officer's Wilkinson, sword and scabbard. £80-120
252.    19th cent. British officer's Dress sword. £60-100
253.    19th cent. British officer's Cavalry sword. £60-100
254.    Edged Weapons: 20th cent. Burmese Dha with brass inlaid scabbard and cord hanger. 18ins. blade. £80-120
255.    Militaria: Fascinating WWI album of notes from soldiers to a nurse in WWI. Written to Elsie Crockford and form an interesting snapshot into the thought of three soldiers, one example reads: 'Take a little touch of England, mix it well with Scottish muscle, add a little Irish grit, then of Welsh a tablespoonful, shake it well and you can call the mixture Britain and it's very hard to beat.' £100-120
256.    World War II: Home Front Women's Land Army ephemera and associated collectables, including Signing Up Card, Letter of Posting to The Cleeves Chilmark, boxed Service medal, pin badges, arm bands, sashes, tie, reunion programmes, plus the remains of a linen bag used to post a food parcel to UK from Australia. £60-80
257.    Medals & Medallions: Volunteer Long Service for India and the Colonies, last awarded in 1907, with a total of 45,000 awarded. Plus a George V Royal Engineers cap badge. £60-80
258.    Militaria: white metal hollow back, medal badge with semi circular inscription 'SAAR ABSTIMMUNG' date inscription to base '13 JANUARY 1935' raise leaf border and retaining pin to rear. 1½ins. x 1ins. £30-50
259.    World War II: Air Ministry photograph magnifier, in case, plus another unmarked. Two white metal boxes. £30-50
260.    WWI Royal Flying Corps cap badge, silk cord and one other. Remembrance programme 1928 and Battle of Britain coins 1941. £40-60
261.    The Samuel Smith Collection: Military and other ephemera, including booklets chronicling the Great Air Raid, September 3rd 1916, two silk handkerchiefs, one featuring the National Anthems of Great Britain, Russia, France and Belgium, and a small collection of cigarette silks, plus a Raphael Tuck produced scroll featuring a letter from George II thanking the people of the 'Empire'. £40-60
262.    The Samuel Smith Collection: WWII ephemera, booklets, and maps, including ration books, anti-gas eye shields, maps of North East London and London Underground. £20-40
263.    Militaria: Roy Wilfred Lear 1939-45 Army pay books x 2, soldiers leave book, Victory Celebration Programme 'They Led us to Victory' plus supplement, full size medals with ribbon, 1939-45 Star, War Medal and Victory Medal. £40-60
264.    Militaria-The Samuel Smith Collection: Princess Mary 1914 Christmas tin with unused tobacco cigarette packs, plus Christmas card. Also Mercantile Marine war medal ribbon and war medal ribbon issued to the Mercantile Marine, both in original packaging, a ribbon bar, and a Canadian Army cap badge. £150-200
265.    Militaria: Royal Naval bronze ship's plaque to HMS St. Kitts, a World War II, a Battle Class Destroyer that was part of the 5th Destroyer Flotilla of the Home Fleet. 9ins. £80-120
266.    The Samuel Smith Collection: Samuel was born in London but moved to Canada as a young adult. He was a Marine Joiner by trade and served on the C.S. Minia which was one of the body recovery ships following the Titanic disaster.
Militaria/WWI German Lande Dresden Graf V. Blumenthal cigarette, annotated in ink on it's body 'Souvenir taken Christmas 1914 from German, By Yours Always H. Root'. Plus WWI real photo postcard of army company. Via direct descent. £300-500
267.    Militaria: WWI ephemera. Poem dated January 1st 1918, and sketches written and drawn in the trenches. The poem 'A Rum Go' is the soldier bemoaning the fact that preachers back in Canada are trying to get his rum ration stopped, and replacing it with water, he compares him up to his knees in water, while the preachers the preachers are in their pulpits. Plus five sketches one depicting a Canadian and British soldier. £50-80
267A.   WW2: Rare group of fascinating photographs relating to the Bismarck, taken from the Prinz Eugen during the Battle of the Denmark Straits. They show Bismarck, firing guns and showing splashes from return fire and the probable fatal hits on HMS Hood. Also there are 2 photos of the Channel Dash from Prinz Eugen, with pencil notations in German on reverse of each (7) 4.75ins x 3ins.
£4000-5000
268.    The Samuel Smith Collection: Halifax, Nova Scotia disaster December 6th, 1917. Two pieces of shrapnel reputed to be from the harbour in Halifax. Collected by the owner's ancestor at the time. Plus two booklets containing reports and photographs of the event and aftermath, an album of St. John's views, The Morning Chronicle Halifax 1902, and a book titled Canadian Pictures by the Marquis of Lorne. £150-200
269.    The Samuel Smith Collection: Eight commemorative magazines and booklets, including The Queen May 1935, George V Jubilee Edition, George VI Souvenir programme, Life Magazine Lunar Landing special edition To the Moon and Back. £20-40
270.    Local History: Kelly's Directory of Wiltshire. Four volumes dating from 1899. £20-40
271.    Books-Architecture and Design: New Wave Japanese Architecture by Kisho Kurokawa, Tokyo Architecture and Design published by Daab, Frank Lloyd Wright Interiors & Furniture by Thomas a. Heinz. All hardback with dust covers. Books and covers as new. Plus soft back edition of Baillie Scott The Artistic House by Diane Haigh. As new. £50-80
272.    Books: Arts and antiques including 'English Ceramics' by George Savage, hardback with dust jacket, both very good. 'Post-Modernism' by Charles Jencks, first book and dust jacket as new. 'Post Modern Designs' by Michael Collins, book and dust jacket as new. 'Belleek' by Richard Degenhardt, book and dust jacket as new. £50-80
273.    Books-Firearms: British Military Longarms 1815-1865 by D. W. Bailey. 1972 first edition. Hardback and dust jacket both very good. Illustrated Directory of Guns by Miller 2005. Book as new, slight damage to dust jacket spine. The Civil War Catalog by Antony Shaw. Hardback with dust jacket. Book as new, dust jacket spine damaged. Plus three books by Dean K. Boorman, The History of Smith & Wesson Firearms, Winchester Firearms, and Colt Firearms (no dust jacket). All hardback. Books as new, dust jackets spine damage. £50-80
274.    Books: Mixed group. 'The Illustrated Directory of Guitars', book and dust jacket as new, 'The Ultimate Guide to Tractors' by Jim Glastonbury, book as new dust jacket slight damage to spine, 'The Complete Book of Fighters' by Green & Swanborough, book as new, dust jacket fine, 'The RHS A-Z Garden Plants as new, 'The Nutcracker' by Hoffman, illustrated by Don Daily, hardback and dust jacket, both as new, plus 'Grays Anatomy' reprint of original first edition. £40-60
275.    Books: Mixed collection of 18 hardbacks and soft backs including 'The Mysterious World of Sherlock Holmes', John Wayne's Wild West', 'Essential Muscle Cars', and 'British Cars of the Sixties' by Doug Nye. £30-50
276.    Antiquarian Books: Includes 'Britain's Wonderland of Nature', Modern Masterpieces', and three Ward Lock & Co guides 'The Lake District', 'The Yorkshire Dales', and 'Hastings & St. Leonards'. £30-50
277.    The Tom Little Collection - Model Railway H0/00 Gauge: Landscaping materials and decorating accessories for model railways. Box not included. £30-50
278.    Toys: Matchbox Models of Yesteryear. Y3-2 1965 Code 1 Benz Limousine, Y3-2 1965 Code 4 Benz Limousine, Y3-2 Code 7. All boxed. Y9-2 1968 Code 1 1912 Simplex boxed, Y16-1 1961 Code 2 1904 Spyker boxed. Plus Y7-2 1961 Code 1 Mercer Raceabout, Y7-2 1961 Code 5 Mercer Raceabout, Y7-3 1968 Code 2 1912 Rolls-Royce, Y9-2 1969 Code 2 1912 Simplex, Y13-2 1966 Code 1 1911 Daimler. All boxed. (10) £60-80
279.    Toys: Matchbox Models of Yesteryear, Y13-1 1959 Code 2 Santa Fe Locomotive boxed, Y14-1 1959 Code 2 Duke of Connaught Locomotive x 2 (one boxed, one unboxed). £60-80
280.    Toys: Matchbox Models of Yesteryear. Y5-1 1958 Code 4 Le Mans Bentley, Y5-1 1958 Code 5 Le Mans Bentley, Y8-2 1962 Code 1 Sunbeam Motorcycle, Y15-1 1960 Code 5 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost. All boxed. £60-80
281.    Toys: Matchbox Models of Yesteryear,Y9-1 1958 Code 2 Fowler's Showman Engine unboxed, Y9-1 1958 Code 6 Fowler's Showman Engine boxed, plus Y11-1 1958 Code 2 Aveling & Porter Steam Roller x 2 (one boxed, one unboxed). £70-90
282.    Toys: Matchbox Models of Yesteryear, Y4-1 1956 Code 1 Sentinel Steam Wagon unboxed, Y6-2 1961 Code 2 Bugatti Type 35 unboxed, Y6-2 1961 Code 2 Bugatti Type 35 boxed, Y7-1 1957 Code 2 Four Ton Van unboxed, Y10-1 1958 Code 1 Grand Prix Mercedes unboxed, Y16-1 1961 Code 5 Spyker boxed. £60-80
283.    Toys: Matchbox Models of Yesteryear, 1960 unboxed Y4-2 Shad-Mason Fire Engine Code 3, boxed Y4-2 Shad-Mason Fire Engine Code 5. £60-80
284.    Toys: Matchbox Models of Yesteryear,Y1-1 1956 Code 2 Allchin Traction Engine, Y2-2 1963 Code 4 Renault two seater, Y6-1 1957 Code 3 AEC 'Y' type lorry, and Y8-1 1958 Code 2 Morris Cowley Bullnose. All unboxed. £60-80
285.    Toys: Matchbox Models of Yesteryear, Y3-1 1956 Code 4 London Tramcar boxed, Y3-1 1956 Code 5 London Tramcar unboxed, Y12-1 1959 Code 1 Horse Drawn Bus unboxed. £40-70
286.    Toys: Matchbox Models of Yesteryear, Y2-1 1956 Code 1 'B' Type London Bus damage to advertising and no driver. Plus Y2-1 1956 Code 2 'B' Type London Bus. Both unboxed. £30-40
287.    Toys: Matchbox Models of Yesteryear, a selection of forty two models in box L, red box 1983-. £50-70
288.    Toys/Books: Four volumes of The Official Journal of the UK Matchbox Only Diecast Club 1981, 1982, 1983, and 1984/85, includes the final edition and Models of Yesteryear the Collection. £40-60
289.    Toys/Booklets: Matchbox Series collectors guides and catalogues 1963, 1966-1972, 1975-1978, 1980-1984, and 1986. (20) £50-70
290.    Toys: Matchbox Models of Yesteryear. A selection of twenty seven models in box I 1979-1982. £40-60
291.    Toys: Matchbox Models of Yesteryear. A selection of thirty models in box I 1979-1982. £40-60
292.    Toys: Matchbox Models of Yesteryear, code 2, issue Y12 Ford Model T Van 'Bang & Olufsen' white body with dull red bonnet, black seats, red twelve spoke wheels. With Certificate No. 654. Flea chip to bonnet. Boxed. £40-60
293.    Toys: Matchbox Models of Yesteryear, seven limited edition issues. Y9 Leyland Lorry, Y10 Trolleybus, Y16 Postbus, Y19 Fowler Steam Engine, Y21 Aveling Roller, Y27 Foden Steam Engine, Y59 Leyland Fire Engine, and a three car gift set. £40-60
294.    Toys: Matchbox Models of Yesteryear, a selection of forty two models in box L, red box 1983-. £50-70
295.    The Tom Little Collection - Die Cast Vehicles: 1980s and 1990s Days Gone models including the Exclusive First Edition 27207 and seven Collectors Guild editions of Amy Johnson, Radio Times, Butlins, Gone With the Wind, Queen Mary (all with associated coin), and If Letters Will Do x 2. Mostly boxed. (42) Plus Dinky Toys. 670 Armoured Car, 685 25PR Gun, 692 5.5 Medium Gun, plus cap firing long range gun, large machine gun, and long range mortar. All playworn.
£50-80
296.    Toys: Matchbox Models of Yesteryear, a selection of fifteen box F window 1968-69 and sixteen box H wood grain 1974-75. Very good to mint condition. £50-70
297.    Toys: Matchbox Models of Yesteryear, selection of thirty two unboxed models. £20-40
298.    Toys: Collection of mint in box, and lightly playworn Corgi, Matchbox and other cars, vans, and buses. (23) £30-50
299.    Toys & Advertising: Diecast cars to include Lledo and Days Gone By, plus a Homepride flour shaker and condiments. £30-50
300.    Fishing: 20th cent. Fishing rods including Norris Shakespeare, sea plus an umbrella and rest, and three split cane. £40-60
301.    Toys & Pastimes: Nine Atlas Editions Military Giants of the Sky model planes, including Avro Lancaster, and the Lockhead Blackbord, with boxes (not container). £20-30
302.    Toys & Pastimes: Mettoy Computacar x 2, one red sports car and one white sports car, and five Vintage Glory by Corgi, and one classic commercials. (8). £20-30
303.    The Tom Little Collection - Model Railway H0/00 Gauge: Wrenn Railways Pullman Carriages W6000 Pullman Car Brake 2nd Class Car No.77 x 2, W6001 Pullman Car 2nd Class Car No.73 x 4, W2219 2-6-4 Tank LMS Livery. All boxed. £60-80
304.    Dolls: Late 19th early 20th cent. continental miniature, with original silk costume. Height approx. 6ins. and Marshall and Snelgrove Christmas box. £60-80
305.    Toys & Pastimes: Collection of pre war hollow cast farm animals. £20-40
306.    Toys: Disney 1930s Deans rag book felt Mickey mouse, registration mark to neck. Well loved. £30-50
307.    Early 20th cent. Games & Toys: Mickey Mouse book, c1929/30 board games, Dominoes, Solitaire, tin money box, dolls - Simon and Halbig, miscellaneous ceramics, William Mitchell copper plate pens 'Whitch' pens. £20-40
308.    Late 19th Early 20th cent. Card games plus other items Belisha, Pegasus series, boxed with rules, Counties of Britain John, Jaques Ltd, boxed with rules, Bobs yr. Uncle, Waddingtons boxed with rules, treen card box, Struwwelpeter by Dr. Heinrich Hoffmann, Published by G. Routledge & Sons and a black fan. £20-30
309.    Games & Pastimes: Mahjong game set with counters and brick trays, Castrol Formula One games compendium-PR gift given at Nuremburg Ring. £30-50
310.    20th cent Metal Novelty Money Boxes: Coronation 1937, Oxo Cubes box, Orca money box in the form of a safe, reproduction red pillar money box . £40-60
311.    Toys & Pastimes: Early 20th cent. Chad Valley Gambetto horse racing comprising hand wind tumbler, folding game mat and rule book. £80-120
312.    Pre War crocodile skin wallet. £60-80
313.    Models & Sailing: Early 20th cent. Scratch built 17th cent. Spanish galleon 'La Bona Esperanza'. 15ins. x 18ins. £20-40
314.    Ship Models: Late 19th cent. scratch built model of the liner City of Paris, she held the Blue Riband from 1889-91. 46ins. £150-250
315.    Beatles: Collection of thirty seven Beatles Monthly dating from August 1963 to October 1966, including volumes 1, 1, 4, 6 to 39. Plus Beatles in America (2), Beatles by Royal Command, and Meet the Beatles Star Special No. 2. £80-120
316.    Rock/Pop: Rare set of six Wings Merchandising Badges on original presentation card. £40-70
317.    Films/Books: Original authors manuscript with handwritten notations for the 1976 book "The Predator" by Dennis Pitts with letter of authenticity from Mr Pitts. £80-120
318.    Sailing: Autographed booklet published to commemorate the 1971 Around the World Trip by Chay Blyth. £20-40
319.    Royal: Rare Fosters Brothers of Bath special King Edward VIII coronation promotional card plus a copy of Prince Edwards farewell to the nation 11th December 1936. £20-40
320.    Autographs: Album to include Cliff Richard and the Shadows, Tom Jones (2), Nolans, and a loose signed photograph of Martin Shaw. £40-60
321.    19th cent. Mahogany Burroughs & Watts snooker/billiards score board with ivory and mother of pearl. 22ins. x 16ins. £60-100
322.    Games and Pastimes: Early 20th cent. Slate base billiard table. 76ins. £30-50
323.    Advertising: Unusual 1950s/60s Martini enamel advertising sign. 38ins. x 12ins. £150-250
324.    Advertising: Unusual Longs Southsea Stout and Ales enamel sign. 20ins. x 30ins. £100-150
325.    Advertising: Brooke Bond Tea enamel sign 30ins. x 19ins. plus one other for Wills Cold Flakes (2). 7½ins. x 10ins. £80-120
326.    Posters: Walt Disney c1963. Rare map of the park. £40-60
327.    Film Posters: Jules Verne's Fabulous Masters of the World. (Some edge tears.)39ins. x 30ins. £30-50
328.    Posters: 1970s London Transport poster advertising t-shirts 16ins. x 22ins. Greta Garbo French film poster 'Le Reine Christine' 14ins. x 19ins. Plus three miscellaneous repro posters. (5) £40-70
329.    Film Posters: 'Shake Hands With The Devil', 'Farewell my Lovely', and 'Klute'. (Some edge tears.) All 39ins. x 30ins. £40-60
330.    Film Posters: Julie Christie in 'Petulia', Kris Kristoffeson and Ali Macgraw in 'Convoy'. Both 39ins. x 30ins. £50-80
331.    Film Posters: The Big Sleep, Twilight Last Gleaming, and The Killing of Sister George. (Some edge tears.) All 39ins. x 30ins. £40-70
332.    European Film Posters: Bridget Bardot in Et Dieu Crea La Femme, 14ins. x 20ins. A Bout De Souffle, 14ins. x 20ins. Greta Garbo in Le Roman De Marguerite Gauthier, 14ins. x 22ins. (3) £40-70
333.    Film Posters: John Wayne's Quiet Man. 39ins. x 30ins. £40-70
334.    Film Posters: John Wayne's Red River. 39ins. x 30ins. £50-80
335.    Film Posters: Burt Reynolds' Mean Machine. 39ins. x 30ins. £60-100
336.    Film Posters: Steve McQueen's The Cincinnati Kid. (Some edge tears.) 39ins. x 30ins. £100-150
337.    Film Posters: David Bowie, The Man That Fell to Earth. (Some edge tears.) 30ins. x 39ins. £50-80
338.    Film Posters: Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. (Some edge tears.) 39ins. x 30ins. £50-80
339.    The Tom Little Collection - Railway Modeller Magazine Collection: January 1979 - December 1979, February 1980, June 1980, July 1980, August 1980, December 1980, December 1981, December 1982, March 1983, May 1983, March 1997, May 2000, November 2003, December 2003, January 2004 - December 2004, January 2005 - October 2005, May 2006, January 2009, February 2009, April 2009, September 2009, October 2009, November 2009, February 2010, February 2013, October 2013.
The Tom Little Collection - Railway Modeller Magazine Collection: Volumes from 1956 - 1957 x 5, volumes from 1958 x 8, volumes from 1959 x 11, volumes from 1960 x 12, volumes from 1961 x 11, volumes from 1962 x 12, volumes from 1963 x 10, volumes from 1964 x 5, volumes from 1965 x 12.
The Tom Little Collection - Model Railways: Railway Magazines. 91 editions of The Model Railway News from February 1936 to May 1964, and 94 copies of The Model Railway Constructor Magazine from February 1936 to January 1966. The Tom Little Collection - Model Railway Magazines: Railway Modeller Magazine from January 1966 to November 1978. (Container not included)
Plus The Tom Little Collection - Model Railway H0/00 Gauge: Landscaping materials and decorating accessories for model railways. Boxes not included.
£20-40
340.    19th/20th cent. Walking stick, antelope (mountain) horn, knop ended ironwood, plus umbrella with gilt fittings. (3) £50-80
341.    Vintage Motorcycling: Phelan and Moore chromium and blue enamel mudflap mascot or paperweight, panther walking with legend to base 'P & M The perfect motorcycle'. 2ins. x 1ins. x 3¼ins. Two fixing holes to base. (minor damage to enamel) £100-150
342.    Automobilia: Model T Spanners (2) and a battery cell tester. £30-50
343.    Sewing Requisites: Walnut domed top sewing box, blue silk interior with accoutrements, brass bound. Maker Grant Brothers, High Street, Exeter. £40-60
344.    20th cent. Thermos insulated ice bucket, chrome and cream plastic. £20-30
345.    Kitchenalia: Aluminium lemon squeezer juicer, juicy salif Philippe Starck design. £70-100
346.    Porter Collection - Book Hook/Shoe: Horn ivory with hallmarked silver collar London 1924, hallmarked silver handle, hallmarked silver handle lion head handle (2), steel x 2, French ivory handle, treen, faux tortoiseshell, red plastic (10). £80-120
347.    Retro white telephone, dial No Mansion House, 1538, bell on bell, off push buttons with drawer. No D62076. Wired for use. £70-100
348.    19th cent. Tunbridge Ware: Rectangular plaque depicting the Pantiles, 7ins. x 5ins. In a gilt frame, retailer's label on reverse W M Whiteby, Queens Rd. W2. £200-250
349.    Late 19th early 20th cent. balance scales, Yandell & Son Bristol, with sets of brass weights, contained in a box marked Claudius Ash Sons Co. Golden Sq, London, sovereign weight, miniature brass folding sovereign balance in a mahogany box, the lid interior with label for Stephen Houghton & Son Ormskirk. Letter scales with spring balance, candlestick, type by J.E Ratcliff, Birmingham, design by RW Winfield. £30-50
350.    Early 20th cent. Buttons, gilt, paste, marcasite, cut steel, coin etc. £30-50
351.    Buttons: Edwardian dress buttons, enamelled set of six with rose decoration, plus six with white paste, Ex. property of Louisa Holland, dressmaker of Hampton Court. £40-60
352.    Glass: Medieval style decorated glass panels Madonna 9ins. x 11ins. Christ holding flower 10ins. x 6ins. plus Saint and Serpent 8ins. x 5¼ins. £80-120
353.    19th cent. Papier mache stamp box with hinged cover decorated with a horse drawn troika, containing couple & driver. £30-50
354.    19th cent. Mahogany tea caddy, plus a Liptons brass caddy. £20-40
355.    Sewing Requisites: 19th cent. Mahogany sewing box with fitted interior. 11½ins. x 8½ins. x 6ins. £30-50
356.    Taxidermy: Late 19th/early 20th cent. 3 Jays in a case with label on reverse, John Ough, 'Bird Stuffer of Liskeard'. 22ins. x 21ins. £150-180
357.    19th cent. Northern European School: Oil on tin panel, Holy Mother and Child, unsigned. Some minor damage to surface. 8ins. x 6½ins. £80-120
358.    Religious Icons: Green marble or onyx crucifix, with brass Cloisonné cross and Holy Water font lid. A/F. 6½ins. x 4ins.
359.    Royal Doulton: Under the Greenwood Tree Series, shallow rectangular dish with wavy edge x 2. 9ins. x 7¼ins. (2). £20-30
360.    Royal Doulton: Under the Greenwood Tree Series, oval fluted dish, 11ins. Oval serving dish 9¼ins. (2). £40-60
361.    Royal Doulton: Under the Greenwood Tree Series, fruit bowl with wavy edge 8ins, shallow serving dish with quatrefoil edge 11½ins. x 9½ins, preserve dish x 3. 7ins. x 5½ins. (5). £30-40
362.    Royal Doulton: Under the Greenwood Tree Series, sandwich plates x 4, bon bon dish, ashtray, gleaner saucer x 2. (8). £40-60
363.    Royal Doulton: Under the Greenwood Tree Series, tankard. No. 6341. 5ins. £50-90
364.    Royal Doulton: Character jug, Robin Hood, D 6527. £50-70
365.    Royal Doulton: The Wiltshire Moonraker Series, Down Vizes way in day of old, two plates 7½ins. Rectangular sandwich plate 11ins. Oval dish 11ins. (4). £100-150
366.    Royal Doulton: Series ware The Wiltshire Moonrakers trial piece, unusual wavy edge bowl. Dia. 9ins. £350-400
367.    Royal Doulton: Uncle Toby series plate, 'The Discussions of Uncle Toby' as a toxophilite. £40-60
368.    Royal Doulton: 'Old Bath' four sided, miniature, with studies of Bath Abbey, Beau Nash's House, Ralph Allen's House, etc. 4ins. £30-50
369.    Royal Doulton: Under the Greenwood Tree Series, china tea cups and saucers x 6, sandwich plate plus square side plates x 6, cake plate 10ins. Dia. (20). £40-60
370.    Royal Doulton: Under the Greenwood Tree Series, charger (scene 12) but heavier border 13½ins. Dia. Plus a wavy edge small charger. 10ins. Dia. (2). £50-70
371.    Royal Doulton: Under the Greenwood Tree Series, cinder dish with wavy edge x 2. 9ins. £30-40
372.    Royal Doulton: Under the Greenwood Tree Series, large charger. Dia. 15ins. £100-150
373.    Royal Doulton: Under the Greenwood Tree Series, circular bowl x 3. 8ins, 7¾ins, 7ins. £40-60
374.    Royal Doulton: Under the Greenwood Tree Series, shallow square dish with canted sides. 9ins. (3). £40-60
375.    Royal Doulton: Under the Greenwood Tree Series, chargers (scene 12), a pair. 13½ins. Dia. £100-150
376.    Royal Doulton: Under the Greenwood Tree Series, washing set comprising jug 13ins, bowl 15½ins, soap dish 5ins, chamber pot 9ins and 9½ins. Plus 1930 roll of Robin Hood toilet paper. £1500-1800
377.    Royal Doulton: Under the Greenwood Tree Series, cylindrical jardiniere with tapered base and rim. Dia. 10ins. £450-550
378.    Royal Doulton: Under the Greenwood Tree Series, Cylindrical jardiniere with tapered base and rim. Dia. 7½ins. £300-350
379.    Royal Doulton: Under the Greenwood Tree Series, cylindrical jardiniere bulbous form. Dia. 8½ins. £450-550
380.    Royal Doulton: Under the Greenwood Tree Series, crudite dish Robin Hood Guy of Gisborne. £40-60
381.    Royal Doulton: Under the Greenwood Tree Series vases, cylindrical with flared rim height 8ins, tapering cylinder height 7½ins, square height 7ins, bulbous diameter 4ins, tapering cylinder height 4ins. (5) £100-120
382.    20th cent. Ceramics: Royal Doulton, George VI and Elizabeth 1937 coronation, two handle loving cup, decorated in colours and relief with profile busts flanked by flags, trumpeters and figures, St George and the dragon on reverse. Limited edition no. 690 of 2000. The loving cup is sold with the original certificate, framed and glazed. £200-250
383.    Doulton Lambeth: Queen Victoria jug 1997 jubilee, double portrait in a diamond shape with the flowers of the Union 8½ins. £40-60
384.    19th cent. Doulton Lambeth salt glaze jug made to commemorate the diamond jubilee of Queen Victoria. The jug has relief portraits of a young and old Victoria with applied friezes and the writing Del Gratia Victorian Queen and Empress 1837/1897 plus a smaller example. (2). £140-180
385.    Doulton Lambeth 1837-1897: Victoria jubilee jug with hallmarked silver rim plus another Elizabeth Atkins, Clara Baker 5½ins. and 6ins. (2). £80-120
386.    19th cent. Doulton Lambeth salt glaze jug, made to commemorate Queen Victoria golden jubilee. The body of this jug has applied relief figures representing the British Empire with Queen Victoria seated on her throne. a moulded belt round the neck of the jug, bears the Motto Honi Soit Qui Maly Pense 8ins., plus a smaller example. (2). £140-180
387.    Doulton Lambeth: Queen Victoria jubilee beaker, double embossed portrait with the symbols of the Union embossed round the rim, plus a matching cup 4ins. and 5ins. (2). £40-60
388.    Late 19th early 20th cent. salt glaze Doulton Lambeth jug, 'Bread at Pleasure, drink by measure', decorated with swags in relief plus an other example 'He that buys. Flesh Buys Bones'. Impressed Doulton Lambeth to base. 8ins. and 6ins. Annie Cupip Flornce Dennis Elizabeth Atkin. (2). £150-200
389.    Doulton Lambeth: Commemorative jug for the marriage of Prince George and Princess Mary Teck, 1893. Retail John Morton Oxford St. London. Blue coronation beaker 1902, hallmarked silver border, worn marks. £60-100
390.    20th cent. Ceramics: Royal Doulton, coronation commemorative jug, depicting king Edward VII and Queen Alexandra moulded portraits in relief amongst foliage with hallmarked silver rim, London 1902. £70-90
391.    Doulton Lambeth: Victoria jubilee 1837-1897 jug and cup 7½ins. 4¾ins. (2). £60-80
392.    Doulton Lambeth: Jubilee jug, two portrait medallions of Queen Victoria with Royal Standard A.C.C. for Queen and Country 7½ins. £100-150
393.    Doulton Lambeth: Commemorative John Mortlock Disraeli jug 9ins. £50-80
394.    Doulton Lambeth: Commemorative H.M. Stanley Emin Pasha relief exhibition jug, decorated with titled portrait of Stanley above text, flanked by vignettes entitled velour and enterprise, impressed marks. height 8½ins, with a copy of Stanley's letters Ed by J Scott Keltie. £150-250
395.    Doulton Lambeth: Hannah Barlow jug with incised decoration of grazing ponies, banded decoration to neck and base. Incised marks to base. 8½ins. £200-300
396.    Doulton Lambeth: Baluster long neck vases by Hannah Barlow, sgraffito design of grazing sheep, blue glaze border of twisted Acanthus leaves. Impressed marks to base, No. 208. A pair. 6¾ins. Sold with the original receipt from 1998. £760-850
397.    Doulton Lambeth: Beakers by Hannah Barlow incised with grazing cattle, brown glazed border. The second example incised with a flock of grazing sheep and trees in the background. Approx. 5ins. A pair. Impressed marks to base. £360-400
398.    Doulton Lambeth: Miniature salt glaze jugs, blue glaze hunting example with hallmarked silver rim, brown glaze jug with hallmarked silver border. Hunting harvest jugs, a green and a blue example, both jugs have hallmarked silver rims, London 1897 and Chester 1907, plus two miniatures. £100-150
399.    Doulton: Gales Ales ewer and brown salt glaze tankards/cups. £30-50
400.    Doulton Lambeth: Stoneware miniature sprig decorated hunting jug x 2, a rustic example, a match holder in the form of a barrel and a blue glaze hunting example. (5). £70-100
401.    Doulton Lambeth: Chinese & Willow ware jugs 6½ins. and 5½ins. £50-80
401A.   Late 19th early 20th cent. salt glaze Doulton puzzle jug, buff glazed body decorated with a drinking verse 'Within this jug there is good Liquor' impressed Doulton mark to base 9ins. £200-250
402.    Doulton Lambeth: Salt glaze hunting jug with applied crest City of Glasgow, plus brown salt glaze example 'You may talk about Income Tax but give XX' Toby sprigging. £60-100
403.    Royal Doulton: Greenman/Bacchus tankards. One green, one oatmeal. Two tankards. Approx. 9ins. 1 A/F. £30-50
404.    Doulton Lambeth: Floral decorated tyg, Royal Canoe Club trained fours M.E. Batting (Stroke) G.P. Spooner, S. Overton, G.E. Browne (Steers) 6ins. inside mask F.E4 Francis E. Lee. £100-150
405.    Doulton & Watts: Stone glaze pitcher jug modeled with studies of hunting dogs taking down the deer, with impressed mark beneath 8ins. £30-50
406.    Doulton Lambeth: Light brown glaze four monks jug 'Theres many a slip, twixt the cup and the lip' 8½ins. £40-60
407.    Doulton Lambeth: Commemorative Christopher Columbus Sighted America 6¾ins. £50-80
408.    Doulton Lambeth: Political commemorative jug, William Gladstone 7½ins. £70-100
409.    Doulton Lambeth: Transfer ware, Broomielaw Bridge, modelled by Edgar W Wilson 8½ins. £50-80
410.    Royal Doulton: Stoneware jug 'The Railway Men's Convalescent Home' Herne Bay, Kent with impressed mark to base 7ins. £60-80
411.    Doulton Lambeth: Waisted jug 'Fear God Honour The Queen Remember the 60th Year' bearing the Royal Standard 1897, G.W.D.C. printed on ribbon to base, The Gift of Lees Knowles M.P. printed below handle 5½ins. £50-80
412.    Royal Doulton: Commemorative jug 1902 Bradford-on-Avon presented J. Moulton 5½ins. £50-80
413.    Doulton Lambeth: Stoneware harvest jugs. Six graduated jugs. Two A/F. From 5ins to 8¼ins. £50-70
414.    Doulton Lambeth: Harvest ware teapots, 2 pint, 7ins. 1 pint, and 1 pint (4¾ins) with replacement cover. (3) £40-60
415.    Doulton Lambeth: Two tone harvest jugs, hallmarked silver collars, c1897, a matching pair. 6¾ins. Harvest ware hound handle jug Edith Kelsey, 4¼ins. Royal Doulton hound handle tyg, 5½ins. (4). £80-120
416.    Doulton Lambeth: Stoneware jug commemorating the end of the Civil War 8½ins. plus Royal Doulton simulated ware jack, black leather 8½ins. and 7ins. (2). £50-80
417.    Lambeth Doulton: Silicon ware tapering jug and cover, made to resemble stitched leather jack with copper tone banding and hallmarked silver collar and cover. Approx. 12ins. £360-400
418.    20th cent. Ceramics: Royal Doulton 'The Twins' mug by John Hassell, signature on right. £30-50
419.    20th cent. Ceramics: Doulton Lambeth brown glaze jug bearing the image of the Tower of London from Bankside, impressed marks to base 7ins. £80-100
420.    Royal Doulton: Waisted jugs, cobalt blue rim and base, with motto 'The Wisest of People' etc. 10ins. plus another smaller example 'Take fortune as you find her' 8½ins. (2). £80-120
421.    Doulton Lambeth: Slaters Patent simulated stitched leather black jack with hallmarked silver rims 6½ins. & 9ins. (2). £100-150
422.    Doulton Lambeth: Slaters Patent simulated ceramics, leather jack with hallmarked silver rim commemorating end of the Civil War, made for Phillips Oxford St. 6ins. plus a matching beaker. £80-120
423.    Doulton Lambeth: Slater Patent simulated ware tan leather barrel shape 'Lit not a man be seen here etc' 8¼ins. £50-80
424.    Doulton Lambeth: Slaters Patent simulated ware black stitched leather motto jacks with hallmarked silver rims 'Bitter must be thy cup' etc 8ins. and 'The landlords Caution' 6¼ins. (2). £100-150
425.    Royal Doulton: Stoneware Salisbury kettle 10½ins. x 2, two smaller kettles 7½ins. x 2, gill 4½ins. plus two handled bowl 3½ins. made for Watson & Co, of Salisbury 1902-1956. (6). £100-150
426.    Doulton Lambeth: Harvest jugs, hallmarked silver collar, 7¼ins and 8½ins. £70-90
427.    Doulton Lambeth: Harvest commemorative tyg William Shakespeare, hallmarked silver collar, 4½ins. Plus plain example EPNS collar. £50-80
428.    Early 20th cent. Royal Doulton: 'Good Luck' swastika dish. The dish has a central swastika with horse shoe border. £50-80
429.    20th cent. Ceramics: Royal Doulton flue blue 'Babes in the Wood' plaque - a pair 7¼ins. Possibly reproduction. £20-30
430.    Doulton and Slaters: Silicon ware butter dish, 1902 Ethel Bean, sugar bowl and milk jug Rosina Brown, water jug with white metal swing cover x 2, Rosina Brown 1891-1910. (5) £50-80
431.    Tobacco Jars: Royal Doulton sprig ware, motto ware, cover A/F. Floral ware 'Thou can make yourself Happy' motto ware jug. (4) £50-80
432.    Royal Doulton: Stoneware motto jugs, 'Disdain me not it is most true jam of clay and so are you' 7½ins. cream motto jug 'This is a good world to live in etc' 4ins. plus motto jug 'Take fortune as you find her' decorated with relief medallions of Roman figure heads. Approx. 7ins. (4). £50-80
433.    Royal Doulton: Harvest/hunting jugs, blue example with a design of applied ladies in Welsh costume, another example with applied hunting dogs, horse riders and oak trees plus another example. (3 Jugs). £50-80
434.    Royal Doulton: Dewars Whisky jug, decorated with applied rustic sprigging. £80-120
435.    Royal Doulton: Dewars Whisky ceramic pitcher/jug no. 5895 decorated with applied hunting sprigging. The jug has a replaced handle plus a second example decorated with thistles. £30-50
436.    20th cent. Chinese brass noodle cart, hanging pots, with wheeled stand. £80-120
437.    20th cent. Chinese painted lacquer pillows, treen bowl, wedding ducks, etc. (8) £40-60
438.    Scientific Instruments: William Butcher and Sons magic lantern projector circa. 1900 minus lantern cover (boxed) plus 8ins. lens. £100-150
439.    Toys & Pastimes: Early 20th cent. Meccano biplane kit, assembled. £30-50
440.    Toys & Pastimes: Two stationary Mamod Steam Engines, and a Spencer, Buffalo, USA microscope. £30-50
441.    Toys & Pastimes: Mamod Steam wagon, Mamod Steam Engine, Mamod Steam Road Roller. (3) £40-60
442.    Engineering: 20th cent. Stuart steam engine with vertical copper boiler, sold as a collectors' item not for use. 21ins. x 18ins. £200-300
443.    Toys: Post WWI tinplate Bing 1-48 loco, tender, goods truck and three carriages (6). £300-500
444.    Draughtsman Instruments: Group lot to include rules, pens, nibs, etc. £20-40
445.    Scientific Instruments: Spencer of Buffalo, USA, microscope, boxed with key. Book, 'The Beginners Guide to the Microscope' and Brilex Microscope Kit. £40-60
446.    Lighting: 20th cent. Glass chandelier type light shades with multi coloured drops, a pair. £40-60
447.    Goebel Hummel figure group of seven musicians, group of seven including three with animals. (14). £30-50
448.    Katzhutte: Borzois dogs, the larger one is rare but has damage, the smaller is undamaged, model 480. £50-80
449.    Katzhutte: Mother and child blanc de chine with gold decoration, model 2782, c1935. £30-50
450.    Katzhutte: Pierrot with guitar and bunch of flowers 'Off to Serenade'. Height 11½ins. £30-50
451.    Katzhutte: Madonna and child c1950, model 3966 and 347. (2) £50-80
452.    Katzhutte: Girl on horseback and boy on horseback, c1960, model 2096. (2). £40-60
453.    Katzhutte: Unmarked seated jester. 9ins. £30-50
454.    Katzhutte: Boy with egg shaped vase and dog with letter in it's mouth, c1935. £40-60
455.    Katzhutte: Nude feeding fawn, model 812, c1935, featured on page 42 Ladies of Hertwig. £60-80
456.    Katzhutte: 'The Conductor' taking his bow in 1936 catalogue model 1301. £40-60
457.    Katzhutte: Female standing nude figure, c1930. Height 2ins. £50-80
458.    Katzhutte: Stag c1955. Height 15ins. £60-80
459.    Katzhutte: Woman in ball gown with fan, model 1323, c1935. Height 12ins. £40-60
460.    Katzhutte: Woman tennis player c1936, marked not numbered, but has racquet-so quite rare. £30-50
461.    Katzhutte: Peirott and Columbine 5984 by Hertwig, featured on page 11 Ladies of Hertwig. £50-70
462.    Hertwig of Katzhutte: Art deco woman with dog c1935, model 9855, on page 43 Ladies of Hertwig. £60-80
463.    Katzhutte: Peirott playing stringed instrument, c1930, unusual colour. Height 8ins. £60-80
464.    Katzhutte: Deco Lady in black and red trouser suit and black hat, model 9509, similar to 9506 in Ladies of Hertwig page 32. £40-60
465.    Hertwig of Katzhutte: Olympic Commemorative figure of Sonja Henie to commemorate 3 Olympic Gold skating medals in 1928, 1932, and 1936. Henie was a ten time world champion, so won more Olympic and World Championship medals than any other ladies figure skater. She became the highest paid film star in Hollywood for a short time, died in Oslo 1969. Model number 1073, c1936, featured on page 45 Ladies of Hertwig. £150-200
466.    Art Deco: Katzhutte nude on panther, marked but not numbered, c1930. £70-90
467.    Katzhutte: Children skiers, model 2038 and 2045 c1930, and one model 2033 c1935. Listed page 46 Ladies of Hertwig. £40-60
468.    Katzhutte: Children with skis (boy girl) c1935, model 2624 and 2625. Unusual as complete with original skis. £40-60
469.    Katzhutte: Deco dancing women, model 785 and 855, c1935, featured on page 31 Ladies of Hertwig. £40-60
470.    19th cent. Majolica Figure: Columbus imprisoned in Tower of London, executed 1618. Impressed W & RL 94, Wayte & Ridge Longton Staffordshire Potteries, or Wittman & Roth, between 1864 and 1896. Restored. £200-250
471.    20th cent. Ceramics: Hertwig of Katzhutte c1950, hunting dogs (a pair). Mark to base. £100-150
472.    20th cent. Ceramics: Katzhutte seated woman with bonnet and fan, c1935. Model 0266 page 22 Ladies of Hertwig. £80-120
473.    Katzhutte: Folk dancer c1950, model 1271. £40-60
474.    Katzhutte: Girl holding gold butterfly c1935. £30-50
475.    Royal Doulton: Mask seller, model 2103 made between 1953 and 1995. £30-50
476.    19th cent. Ceramics: Figure of a dandy, marked with a gold anchor, probably Samson. 5½ins. £40-60
477.    19th cent. Ceramics: Aspic jelly moulds, Wedgwood and other makers, with designs of grapes, flowers and shells. Wedgwood example depicting a sheath of wheat (5 ). £50-70
478.    19th cent. Ceramics: Aspic jelly moulds, Davenport and other makers, flowers, fruit bowl & bird designs. Davenport example depicts a bunch of grapes (5). £50-70
479.    19th cent. Ceramics: Aspic jelly moulds, unmarked examples depicting flowers, grapes & foliage (7). £50-70
480.    20th cent. Ceramics: Copeland Spode decanters to commemorate the coronation of King George V and Queen Mary, June 1911. Produced by Andrew Usher & Co. Edinburgh, blue/grey glaze plus a green example. (2). £80-120
481.    Advertising Breweriana: Minton Blue Vat 69 bar top water jug, a Guinness Whisky water pub jug, Carlton ware, Wade Grants Whisky blue jug, Wadworths Devizes ashtray, Pedro Domego, etc. (7). £30-50
482.    Advertising Breweriana: Shelly WM Younger & Co. no. 3 Scotch Ale, James Green and Nephew jug, Royal Armes rare old Scotch Whisky. The jug is in the form of an oil can. Plus Whitbreads bottled beers jug bearing the trade mark of deer's head. (3 Jugs).
£50-80
483.    Guinness: Set of zoo animal waistcoat buttons, boxed. (6) £80-120
484.    Guinness: Seal lamp and blue shade, black back stamp "Carltonware Handpainted Made in England Trade Mark".Approx. 16ins. £100-200
485.    Breweriana: Guinness penguin advertisement figure, 7ins. Guinness is Good bottle, etc. (3) £50-80
486.    20th cent. Ceramics: Doulton Castle Grant Whisky decanters - unboxed. £70-90
487.    Early 20th cent. Breweriana: James Green and Nephew Ltd 'Why Not a Schweplet' blue and white Willow jug.
£80-100
488.    Ceramics: 19th cent. Royal Copenhagen Henriette. Fad No. 444/8573. Length 23 X 19.5 cm. plus a continental gilt blue ground plate 10ins. £40-60
489.    Ceramics: 19th cent. Chinese blue and white export meat oval drainer's - a pair. 13ins. £50-80
490.    Beswick Cattle: Shetland cow No.4112. £35-50
491.    Beswick Cattle: Belted Galloway cow. £50-80
492.    Beswick Cattle: Red Poll cow. £50-80
493.    Beswick Cattle: Rare Aberdeen Angus calf with white nose. £100-150
494.    Beswick Cattle: Rare Aberdeen Angus calf with black nose No.1406A. £65-100
495.    Beswick Cattle: Coddington Hilt Bar bull No.1439A. £50-80
496.    20th cent. Ceramics: Copper craft liver and white spaniel, Dogs Galore Doberman sitting plus another matt, gloss unmarked Doberman standing. (4 Dogs). £30-50
497.    20th cent. Ceramics: Royal Doulton Doberman Pinscher, Rancho Dobe's Storm. Royal Doulton matt Doberman standing plus The Homecoming. (3 Dogs). £50-80
498.    20th cent. Ceramics: Beswick mounted First Nation Chief No 1391 plus other model No 1391 A/F. £170-200
499.    Beswick Cattle: Charolais bull, cow and calf. NB: The bull has a minor chip to his left ear. £150-200
500.    Beswick Cattle: Polled Hereford bull, cow and calf. £185-200
501.    Beswick Cattle: Highland bull, cow and calf. £150-200
502.    Beswick Cattle: Hereford Calves - a pair, No.1406B. £80-120
503.    Beswick Cattle: Hereford calf No.901B, Highland calf No.1827D and a Polled Hereford calf No.1827C. (3) £80-120
504.    Beswick: Highland calf No.1827D £20-40
505.    Border Fine Arts Farm Animals: Charolais bull, cow and calf. £65-100
506.    Border Fine Arts Farm Animals: Hereford bull, cow and calf. £65-100
507.    Border Fine Arts Cattle: Limousin bull, cow and calf. £65-100
508.    Border Fine Arts Cattle: Guernsey cow and a Jersey cow and calf. £50-80
509.    Beswick cattle: all A/F. Small box of assorted legs, horns, etc. (2 Trays) plus race horse "The Winner" A/F. £50-80
511.    19th cent. Ceramics: E.J.D. Botley trinket box in the form of a basket decorated with wild roses. Makers mark and Reg. No under lid. Early 20th cent. Continental taper holders dandy and his lady. Height 6ins (a pair). Villeroy & Boch pear and holly cluster lidded trinket box. Plus Helena Wolfson: two handled cup, saucer and miniature saucers x 3. All decorated with floral and figure motifs and gilt edged. Wedgwood 'Wild Strawberry' trinket pot, napkin ring, butter dish, dish x 2, vase and bell. Staffordshire 'Kowloon' butter dish and knife. Portmeirion half teapot. Aynsley Edwardian kitchen garden basket. Royal Kendal dish, and commemorative bowl. Miniature Ceramics, Wedgwood tea for one teapot, jug, sugar, cup and saucer, plate. Plus Coalport cup and saucer.

£50-80
512.    Designer Ceramics: 20th cent. Gucci bon-bon dishes decorated in the Tiger Lily pattern believed by Richard Ginori (4). 4½ins. £80-120
513.    20th cent Ceramics: Belleek milk jug, preserve pot, dish, salt basket design with clover decoration, green back stamp, 1965/1980. £50-80
514.    20th cent Ceramics: Trio, sugar bowl decorated with robin and holly, Rye pottery figure of a robin and a Caroline Zoole trinket pot. £30-50
515.    Chess: Wedgwood black basalt King and Queen chess pieces, impressed AM to the base (Arnold Macain) with the number 67, 5¼ins. Boxed. £40-70
516.    Clarice Cliff: Newport Pottery owl jug, impressed 950. £20-40
517.    20th cent. Villeroy & Boch, ginger village Christmas theme, cottage pastille burners x 2. Boxed. £50-80
518.    19th cent. Ceramics: Royal Worcester coffee cup and saucer, ivory ground decorated with embossed gilt leaves, restored, undecorated cup, hard paste continental coffee can. £60-100
519.    19th cent. Derby: Cup and saucer, blue border, gilt dart, blue/gilt swirl, plus Harvey Adams aesthetic cobalt blue ground gilt/silver, bamboo and floral decoration cup and saucer. £60-100
520.    1930s Susie Cooper Gray's 'Sunbuff' part coffee set, comprising coffee pot, sugar bowl, cups x 6, saucers x 5. £50-70
521.    20th cent. Ceramics: Troika cuboid vase, blue ground Aztec pattern. 3½ins. x 3¼ins. £40-60
521A.   Ceramics: George Jones Majolica Biaritz plate, moulded with a couple wearing swimming costumes. the border moulded with shells and seaweed. Impressed monogram on reverse. 9ins. £400-600
522.    20th cent. Ceramics: Troika blue ground Aztec disc moon vase. 4 5/8ins. dia. £40-60
523.    Troika Ceramics: Alison Bridgon rectangular vase, blue grey ground with buff brown and green double circles, sloping shoulders. Signed Troika Cornwall AB to base. 12½ins. x 4¾ins. x 4¾ins. (Minor chip to edge) £200-250
524.    Hallmarked Silver: Georgian oval cylinder teapot engraved decoration cartouche either side. Treen handle & finial, London marks 1788-89, possible John Danzilow, inclusive 15oz. £150-200
525.    Hallmarked four piece silver tea set, Art Deco geometric design by Alexander Clark. Hallmarked Birmingham 1928. Total weight 65½oz. £750-1000
526.    Hallmarked Silver: Edwardian coffee pot on oval foot, decorated body. London 1901. 25oz approx. including handle and finial. £300-400
527.    Hallmarked Silver: Birmingham four piece tea et 1912. Approx. 35oz excluding handles. £300-500
528.    Hallmarked Silver: Sheffield salver of large proportions 1932 46.6oz, diameter 15ins. £500-600
529.    Hallmarked Silver: Edwardian embossed heart shaped toilet mirror, London marks 1903. Maker William Comyns, height 12ins. £150-200
530.    Hallmarked Silver: Sauce boat, London and Sheffield marks. (2) Approx. 8oz. £60-80
531.    Hallmarked Silver tea caddy with hinged cover, embossed with leaf and floral decoration. Birmingham 1895, weight 6oz. £70-90
532.    Hallmarked Silver: Small pierced bon bon dish Birmingham, Adey Bros. Heart shaped beaten pin dish, Birmingham. Egg cup, London. Art nouveau pin tray, Matthews Birmingham, approx. 6oz. £80-100
533.    19th cent. Glass and hallmarked silver topped ladies dressing table accessories, includes atomizer, pin dishes, hat pin holders, plus a silver handled button hook and bone letter opener, Stanhope with pictures of Ypres. £60-80
534.    Hallmarked Silver: Sugar bowl, milk jug, pin tray, comb handle. London 1902, total weight 20oz. £150-180
535.    Hallmarked Silver: Dressing table set embossed decoration, mirror, brushes x 4, candlesticks and comb, Birmingham 1894. £150-180
536.    Flatware: Set of fish servers and meat carvers, all with reed pattern handles. Stamped 800. £30-50
537.    Silver: Vanity set, 5 piece, Birmingham 1915. £40-70
538.    Hallmarked Silver: 1926 dressing table set consisting of three brushes and one mirror. £30-50
539.    Early 20th cent. White metal shield shaped toilet mirror. Height 15ins. £40-60
540.    Art & Design: Art deco style 'Broggi Milano' silver plated cake stand. 7½ins. £50-80
541.    19th cent. Silver plated inkwell and pen tray made by Barker Ellis. £40-60
542.    White metal graduated round bowls and covers with embossed floral decoration. Stamped 800, weight approx. 43oz. £200-250
543.    20th cent. Electro plate Gothic style candlestick. 12ins. A pair. £40-60
544.    19th cent. Venetian style glass candlesticks with gilt inlay decoration. A pair. 13ins. £80-120
545.    19th cent. Bluejohn candlesticks, one A/F. Height 6¼ins. £40-60
546.    19th/20th cent. Plated torchere, central column, support by tripod base with lion paws and depicting Christ, Virgin Mary and Angel. H26ins. £10-150
547.    Hallmarked Silver: Pair of candlesticks, hallmarked Birmingham 1907. Height 7ins. £50-80
548.    Hallmarked Silver: Teaspoons and sugar nips, Sheffield 1908, John Round. Approx. 3oz. £30-40
549.    Hallmarked Silver: Dessert fork x 6, London John & Elizabeth Eaton. 14½oz. £120-140
550.    Hallmarked Silver: Flatware, Georgian and later teaspoons, mustard spoons, shovel & nips. Approx. 5oz. £40-60
551.    Hallmarked Silver: Set of six teaspoons and sugar tongs. Old English pattern in fitted case. Hallmarked Sheffield. Weight 5.5oz. £40-60
552.    Silver: Harlequin set of ten Georgian teaspoons dating from the late 18th cent. Approx. 4.5oz. £50-80
553.    Hallmarked Silver: Identity bracelet , plus two fine silver ingots, one with chain. Approx. 3oz. £40-60
554.    Hallmarked Silver: Flatware, teaspoons set of 6 x 2, Sheffield 1916-17, London 1894. Approx. 6oz. £60-100
555.    Hallmarked Silver: Bowling spoons Birmingham marks x 6, plus hallmarked silver condiment spoons (13). Approx. 3oz. £80-120
556.    Hallmarked Silver: Set of six coffee spoons in fitted case. Hallmarked Sheffield 1951. 2.25oz. £30-40
557.    Hallmarked Silver: Items to include Art Nouveau watch stand, pair of salts with spoons, tea strainer and stand, pair of knife rests plus a steel watch. 8oz. weighable. £40-60
558.    Hallmarked Silver: Items to include glass and silver dressing table items, pin tray, two napkin rings, miniature prayer book, etc. £70-100
559.    Hallmarked Silver: Two sets of six coffee spoons, blue enamelled backs to bowls, and a coffee bean fitted to end of handles. Hallmarked Birmingham 1928. £60-100
560.    Hallmarked Silver: Serving spoon, London mark 1810, makers Eley, Fearn & Chawner. 2½oz. Modern silver paper knife. £40-60
561.    Hallmarked Silver: 1849 tea caddy with ribbon and fruit decoration, 3ins x 3ins. 2.7oz. Plus white metal Christening mug marked Hamilton Calcutta, 5.3oz. £50-80
562.    Plated ware: Silver plated sifting spoons, jam spoons, mustard spoons, fruit knives, button hooks. £30-50
563.    Hallmarked Silver: Tablespoons engraved with initials and 1800 London, possibly Solomon Hougham, another London Thomas and George Hayter 1825. Plus a Bright Cut London George Gray 1809-10. Approx. 5½oz and a chamois leather bag. £40-60
564.    Hallmarked Silver: mother of pearl fruit knives hallmarked Sheffield 1868, and one penknife hallmarked Sheffield. Total weight 2½oz. (3). £30-50
565.    Hallmarked Silver: Buckles, napkin rings, spoon etc. total weight 8½oz. £90-110
566.    Hallmarked Silver: Charles Horner 1944 Chester bracelet. 1oz. £30-50
567.    Jewellery: Set of six thin bangles and one wide. Total weight of (7) 58.8g. Plus Silver watch Albert charm bracelet and locket. Total weight 67.5g. £30-50
568.    Silver Jewellery: Three torque bangles, total weight of three 59.4g. Plus Art deco powder compact 3¼ins. Dia. Hallmarked Birmingham 1937. Weight 3¾oz. With outer carrying case.
£30-50
569.    Silver: Early 20th cent. Birmingham hallmarked cigarette case. 5oz. Plus a 9ct ring. 2.3g. £50-80
570.    Hallmarked Silver: Forks, serving spoon, teaspoons. approx. 12oz. (16). £100-120
571.    Hallmarked Silver and White Metal: Picture frame, butterfly brooches, Georgian teaspoon, cameo brooch plus one other. £30-50
572.    Hallmarked Silver: Elkington Forks, 1936, x 10, approx. 14oz. £120-140
573.    Hallmarked Silver: Garrard & Co. geometric cigarette box with inset yellow metal rectangular design panel (test 9ct.) engraved to front. Birmingham 1955. £200-300
574.    Mixed Metals: selection of pen knives, coins, lighter and tie slide. £30-50
575.    Hallmarked Jewellery: Necklet white fancy link with a front section rub over set with fifteen graduated brilliant cut diamonds (known weight of 15) 0.31ct. Hallmarked with London Convention mark. Weight 5.9g. £300-400
576.    Yellow metal Victorian belcher link chain with a carved quartz pendant. Stamped 9ct, tests 9ct. 7.7g. £90-110
577.    The Samuel Smith Collection: Silver watch, Albert chain curblinks swivel at each end. Length 16ins. Weight 29.5g. One 9ct Masonic jewel, weight 3.5g, and two silver badges, one Girl Guides and one United States Air Corps in England. Weight of two 17.5g.
£70-90
578.    Yellow metal dress studs, 2 set with pearls stamped 15ct. and 18ct. Tests 15ct. and 18ct. 4.2g. £80-120
579.    Hallmarked Silver: Chain with bull shaped pendant plus chain with fish shaped pendant. both hallmarked London. 52.9g. £30-50
580.    Hallmarked Gold/Yellow Metal: Rings, pins etc. including silver and gold ring and single cultured pearl on chain. £50-70
581.    Jewellery: Mixed 9ct group to include rings, links, and bangle. 11.9g. £100-150
582.    Hallmarked Silver: Set of twelve zodiac sign teaspoons by John Pinches. Hallmarked London 1971. Weight 9.5oz. £70-100
583.    Tanzanite jewellery: Bracelet, double strand tanzanite. £65-100
584.    American Jewellery: Ammonite neck tie set in yellow metal on a round leather thong with yellow metal ends. £110-120
585.    Hallmarked Gold: 9ct. selection of earrings to include hoops, drops and studs of various hallmarks. 38.9g. approx. £400-450
586.    Hallmarked Gold: 9ct. bracelet, 6 charms attached. London. 17.2g £150-180
587.    Hallmarked Jewellery: 9ct gold fancy link bracelet hallmarked London. 10g. £110-150
588.    Hallmarked Gold: 9ct. chain with pendant attached, set with citrine, London import mark. 6.1g. approx. £80-100
589.    Yellow metal cameo brooch, floral decoration. 7.7g. tests as 9ct. £40-60
590.    Jewellery: Yellow metal chain and pendant. Tests as 9ct. gold. weight 2g. £20-30
591.    Tanzanite jewellery: Tennis bracelet. Tanzanite set in white metal. £160-200
592.    Tanzanite jewellery: Solitaire tanzanite ring set in white metal. £85-120
593.    Tanzanite jewellery: Three stone tanzanite ring set in white metal. £80-120
594.    Tanzanite jewellery: Pierced earrings. Tanzanite set in yellow metal. £80-120
595.    White Metal Jewellery: Half hoop channel set with eleven brilliant cut diamonds (known weight of 11) 0.55ct. Stamped 14k tests as 14ct white gold. Weight 3.9g. £700-800
596.    Hallmarked Gold: 9ct. bat brooch 44.5mm, set with three cultured pearls, one at 4mm and two at 3.5mm. Birmingham hallmark. Weight 1.6g. £20-30
597.    Hallmarked Jewellery: Ring three stone claw set in white with a single oval cut sapphire, estimated weight 0.60ct, with a single brilliant cut diamond either side, estimated weight of (2) 0.38ct, with a yellow gold shank hallmarked London 1999. Weight 3.1g. £500-600
598.    Jewellery: Yellow and white metal Victorian bar brooch, diamond set with crescent moon design. Estimated total diamonds weight 0.30ct. Tests as 18ct. gold and silver. Weight 2.7g. £80-120
599.    Jewellery: Late 18th/early 19th cent. Brooch (tests as 15ct), embellished with diamonds and seed pearls, with a portrait of a young woman. 7.5g. £150-200
600.    Jewellery: Ruby and diamond 18ct. ring, ruby 4mm 0.27ct and diamond 0.20pt's, 3.3g in total. £100-150
601.    Jewellery: Yellow metal Edwardian necklet with a pierced kite shaped pendant set with an oval cut peridot on a herring bone link chain. Both stamped 9ct, tests as 9ct. gold. Weight 5.1g. £50-80
602.    Jewellery: Yellow metal hat pin set with an oval garnet. tests as 9ct. gold. Weight 4.4g. £40-60
604.    18th/19th cent. Yellow metal oval cluster ring, rub over, set with 9 Georgian cut diamonds, estimated diamond weight 1.8ct. tests as 18ct. 3.7g. £400-600
605.    Hallmarked Gold: 18ct, white gold and diamond set drop earrings, estimated diamond weight 0.20ct. London. 1.8g approx. £100-150
606.    Hallmarked Jewellery: 9ct gold ring set with an oval ruby, estimated weight 0.60ct, surrounded by thirty two light cut diamonds, estimated weight of (32) 0.15ct. Hallmarked London. Weight 2.7g. £50-80
607.    Jewellery: Yellow metal pair of dress studs, each set with a 4.5mm cultured pearl, stamped 9ct., tests as 9ct. Weight 1.7g. £30-50
608.    Jewellery: Yellow metal stick pin and lapel badge set with and old cut diamond. Estimated weight 0.10ct. Test as 9ct. gold. Weight 1.4g. £70-100
609.    White Metal Jewellery: Ring with five red stone, half hoop. White metal ring, fourteen pink stone cluster. Both rings test as silver. Total weight of the two rings 6g. £30-50
610.    Jewellery: Yellow metal curb link bracelet with padlock fastener. Tests as 9ct. gold. Weight 12.6g. £110-130
611.    Hallmarked Jewellery: Ring set with an oval citrine. Hallmarked Birmingham. Weight 2.7g. £40-60
612.    Hallmarked Jewellery: 9ct gold ring set with a round citrine, surrounded by six white sapphires. Hallmarked Sheffield. Weight 2.7g. £40-60
613.    Jewellery: Yellow metal belcher link chain, stamped 9ct. tests as 9ct gold. Weight 6.6g. £60-100
614.    Jewellery: Yellow metal ring set with a single 7mm cultured pearl. Tests as 9ct gold. Weight 2.9g. £40-60
615.    Hallmarked Jewellery: 9ct gold ring set with an oval emerald, estimated weight 0.30ct, surrounded by eight diamonds, estimated weight of (8) 0.08ct. Hallmarked Birmingham. Weight 2.7g. £40-60
616.    Hallmarked Gold: 18ct. necklet with diamond pendant attached. estimated diamond weight 0.20ct. London total weight 3.2g. £350-400
617.    Hallmarked Gold: 9ct. Curb link chain, Sheffield. Length 44cm. Weight 3.6g. £40-60
618.    Hallmarked Gold: 9ct. chain, oval cufflinks. Birmingham. 7.7g. £80-100
619.    Jewellery: Yellow metal watch Albert. tests as 9ct. gold. Weight 17.7g. £150-200
620.    Gold Jewellery: 9ct ring set with a ruby and 6 eight cut diamonds. Sheffield. 3.1g. £200-250
621.    Yellow metal oval miniature of a lady. test 9ct. 13.5g £150-180
622.    Jewellery: Yellow metal in the form of a quatrefoil set with three seed pearl, stamped with possible French marks. Tests as 18ct. gold. Weight 3.2g. £60-100
623.    Hallmarked Gold: 9ct bangles x 4, London. 2.7g. £50-80
624.    Yellow metal Victorian brooch set with ruby and 2 rose cut diamonds, stamped 15ct. Tests as 15ct gold. Weight 3.8g. £80-100
625.    Hallmarked Gold: 9ct. Oval chain link cufflink's, Birmingham 1909. Weight 9.4g. £80-120
626.    Jewellery: Victorian half sovereign earrings, dated 1897 and 1900. 8.2g. £200-250
627.    Hallmarked Gold: 9ct paper chase link chain. London, 14.7g. £40-60
628.    Hallmarked Gold: 9ct. plain bands, 1 x 5mm. wide, 1 x 1.5mm. wide. Birmingham and London. combined weight 5.2g. £50-80
629.    Hallmarked Gold: 9ct. yellow and white gold entwined flat s link chain, Birmingham import mark. 7.2g approx. £80-100
630.    Jewellery: Yellow metal shell cameo brooch. Tests as 18ct. gold. Weight 7.9g. £60-100
631.    Hallmarked Jewellery: 9ct rope chain with an engraved locket attached. Hallmarked London. Weight 14.3g. £150-180
632.    Hallmarked Jewellery: 9ct. gold entwined curb link bangle, hallmarked Birmingham. 13.8g. £120-180
633.    Jewellery: Yellow metal Victorian oval hinged locket. The front cover has the initial M which is set with rose cut diamonds. tests as 18ct. gold. Weight 7.9g. £130-150
634.    Jewellery: Yellow metal chain with a cross attached, set with seven 4mm cabochon cut turquoise stamped 9ct. Tests as 9ct. gold. Weight 3g. £30-50
635.    Hallmarked Silver: chain with 2oz. silver ingot attached, London 1977. Total weight 64.6g approx. £20-30
636.    Hallmarked Gold: Zip linked chain, London import mark. 9.1g approx. £100-120
637.    Hallmarked Jewellery: Yellow line bracelet rub over set with fourteen 2.8mm round cut sapphires estimated weight of (14) 1.4ct, alternating with fourteen 1.5mm brilliant cut diamonds estimated weight of (14) 0.56ct. Hallmarked with London Convention mark. Weight 13g. £800-1000
638.    Jewellery: 1903 Sovereign in 14ct. mount. 11.01g in total. £250-350
639.    Hallmarked Jewellery: 9ct gold bracelet with padlock fastener, thirty two assorted charms attached. Hallmarked London. Weight 59.4g. £750-950
640.    Jewellery: White metal art deco clip, triangular shape, centre set with carved jade with a border of twenty seven diamonds. Estimated weight of (27)0.50ct. Tests as platinum. Weight 10g. £300-400
641.    Watches: Ladies 9ct gold hallmarked case with Swiss made Audase movement. Men's gold plated Montine watch plus yellow metal cross-e chain marked 9ct. £80-120
642.    Watches: Seven lady's wrist watches to include hallmarked silver Perflex bracelet watch, plus 2 trinket boxes. £40-60
643.    Watches: 9ct gold rotary ladies cocktail wristwatch, marked .375, in original box. £40-70
644.    Militaria: White metal Air Ministry stop watch plus 1 other. (2). £40-60
645.    Watch Art Deco 9ct gold tank shape style. Goldsmith and Silversmiths signed on dial, hallmarked London 1922. Weight 18.1g.inclusive. £100-150
646.    Watches: Longines stainless steel wristwatch, numbered dial with expanding stainless steel strap. £200-300
647.    Jewellery: 19th cent. Ladies fob watch (marked 935), with white enamel decorated face, plus a Lapland Silver Designs brooch. (2) £50-80
648.    Watches: Early 20th cent. silver and plate cocktail watches (2) plus plate earring set (2) 4 in total. £40-60
649.    The Samuel Smith Collection: Four open faced pocket watches, to include an Elgin, and a golden crown lever. £50-80
650.    Watches: Gold plated Oriosa open faced pocket watch, gold plated gents wrist watch. £50-80
651.    Watches: Yellow metal open faced pocket watch, stamped 18k. Weight 73.4g. Tests as 18ct gold. £300-350
652.    Pocket Watches; Early 20th cent. Dennison cased yellow metal pocket watch with signed Rolex 15 jewel movement. £300-500
653.    Watches: 9ct gold lady's watch, white round dial attached to a rolled gold expanding bracelet. Weight of watch head only 13.4g. £80-90
654.    Watches: Hallmarked gold 9ct. Bulova ladies closed bracelet link. 37.23g inclusive. £300-500
655.    Watches: Art deco white metal gentleman's wristwatch face signed Gewa 15 Rubis, engraved coronet, with the initials AA to reverse. £40-60
656.    Watches: 9ct gold lady's Geneva wristwatch, white oval dial on a 9ct gold bracelet. Total weight 9.9g. £120-140
657.    Watches: 9ct. Hallmarked gold Rotary cocktail watch with plated bracelet, boxed. £20-40
658.    Watches: Ladies 9ct gold Pinnacle cushion shaped bracelet watch, hallmarked London 1946. Weight 14.7g. £80-120
659.    Watches: Half hunter pocket watch, 18ct gold, hallmarked Birmingham 1904. Weight 46.6g. £200-250
660.    Watches: Ladies Gold plated Rotary, gentleman's gold plated Rotary, ladies Seiko plus gold plated oval locket and chain. £40-60
661.    Watches: Ladies stainless steel and gold plated Gucci bracelet watch. Champagne coloured dial, quartz movement. £60-80
662.    The Samuel Smith Collection: Three wristwatches, one silver cased with a white Roman numeral dial, one stainless steel on an expanding bracelet, and one stainless steel Timor watch head only. £40-60
663.    The Samuel Smith Collection: Stainless steel open faced chronograph style dial. £80-100
664.    Clocks: c1870 French brass repeater carriage clock, once silvered. White enamel face with Roman numerals, and gilt background, four bevelled glass panels with caratyd pillars on the four corners. The movement inscribed E. White, Paris. Strikes the hour and the half hour. With keys. £600-800
665.    Watches: Stainless steel gent's Seiko perpetual calendar wristwatch, blue dial on stainless steel bracelet. With box. £60-80
666.    Watches/Jaguar: Superb unworn Bremont Jaguar D-Type limited edition blue dial, bi compax, chronograph. The sapphire case back shows the BE 50AE movement, with Jaguar steering wheel inspired rotor, the car has original Dunlop tyre tread etched into it, the leather case is signed by Ian Callum, Jaguar's director of design. With original box, purchase receipt, and spare strap. NB The watch was purchased brand new in July 2019 for it's RRP of £5495.00. £2500-3500
667.    Watches: 1970s Gentleman's Omega constellation wristwatch with original box and strap. £200-300
668.    Watches: Ladies Rotary wristwatch with filigree faced bracelet, tests 9ct. 23.57g. £250-350
669.    Pens: Parker rolled gold 51, Lady Parker propelling pencil, brushed steel, branded Duofold (minus plunger), Sheaffer, etc.
670.    Watches: Freeson 9ct. mechanical movement on brown strap. £80-120
671.    Watches: 18ct. gold Baume and Mercier quartz watch on brown lizard skin strap. £200-400
672.    Watches: Gentleman's 18ct gold Omega DeVille mechanical movement on brown strap. £300-500
673.    Watches: Lady's Omega Constellation, stainless steel and 18ct. gold, mother of pearl dial, automatic movement. stainless steel and gold banded strap £1000-1500
674.    Pens: Mont Blanc Meisterstuck number 149 fountain pen. £200-300
675.    Cartier Briquet brushed silver and gold finish with red leather box and paperwork. £80-100
676.    Solomon Islands gold proof ingots 999/1000. $10 nominal value, Tower of London. 1g. (3) £100-150
677.    Gold: Coins and stamps Queen Elizabeth gold £10 Gibraltar proof 22ct. Approx. 3g. 200th Anniversary of Waterloo. £200-300
678.    Coins gold and bronze embellished 950 Anniversary of The Battle of Hastings, includes double crown, 10g. 9ct. Plus six gold embellished C.U and one unplated C.U. £200-300
679.    Gold Coins: Queen Elizabeth Proof £1. 8g. Tristan da Cunha, boxed. £250-300
680.    Gold Coins: Queen Elizabeth £2 proof 22ct. The 100 Anniversary of the Royal House of Windsor. Tristan da Cunha. 16g. £500-700
681.    Gold Coins: Queen Elizabeth sovereign 2017 bi-centenary issue 22ct. B.U. 8g. £250-300
682.    GB Queen Elizabeth platinum Britannia £25 proof issue. 7.85g. £200-300
683.    Silver Coins: Queen Elizabeth 2016 Peidfort £5 'Three Kings' Tristan de Cunha. 50g. £60-100
684.    Numismatics: Coins gold and silver proof Queen Elizabeth Battle of the Atlantic set, Gibraltar gold £10. 24ct. 3.11g. Plus silver half crown x 4, silver £20 pounds in presentation pack. £200-300
685.    Gold Coins: George V sovereigns 1914-1918 commemorating the start and end of WWI. 7.98g each circulated but boxed and encapsulated. (2) £400-600
686.    Gold Coins: Queen Elizabeth George and Dragon proof ¼ sovereign 22ct. Gibraltar 1.99g. With box, certificate and book. £150-200
687.    Silver Coins: Queen Elizabeth 2017 £5 'House of Windsor' Tristan da Cunha. 50g, plus silver £2 Britannia £2. £60-100
688.    Silver Coins: Queen Elizabeth Sapphire Jubilee proof £5 2017 Guernsey embellished, boxed. 28g. £30-50
689.    South Africa silver Krugerand 50th Anniversary proof 2017, with box, etc. 31g. £40-60
690.    Commemorative Coins: Queen Elizabeth 90th Birthday C.U silver and gold layered 2016. Tristan da Cuhna GB 1953, 1972, 1977, 1980, 1981 presentation cased plus miscellaneous C.U crowns. £30-50
691.    Coins: Silver Investiture 1st July 1969 Britannia silver crown 2922/5000 John Pinches mint. £40-60
692.    Coins: Silver Piedfort £1 1998 England, Scotland. Plus Ireland non Piedfort £1. (3) £100-150
693.    Silver Coins: Queen Elizabeth 2015 Battle of Britain £5 proof Tristan da Cunha 28g. Plus 70th Anniversary V. E. Day Queen Elizabeth £5 proof. (2) £50-80
694.    English Coins: Edward I silver hammered long cross penny London mint, ex Montrave Hoard 1877. £40-60
695.    Numismatics Commemorative Medallions: The Waterloo Campaign-Gold Duke of Wellington 14ct 7g. Proof and five bronze B. U medals 29g. Monarchs of the Napoleonic Wars in presentation box, plus the Waterloo Medal bronze layered silver 400g. Prooflike cased and mounted with booklet. Issued by the Worcestershire Medal Service Ltd. £180-200
696.    Silver Coins: Elizabeth I milled 'Briot' sixpence 1561-62 star M.M tall bust type spink 2594. £150-200
697.    Tokens Wiltshire: John Lamb c1835 Purton & Cricklade. £20-30
698.    English Coins: Elizabeth sixpence 1572, circulated and clipped. £40-60
699.    GB Coins: Charles I shilling touchpiece Oxford Mint, Mullet Mint mark 1644. Left facing bust x 11 and Shield. £50-70
700.    Coins: George III 1826 bullneck shilling touchpiece, George III sixpence 1818, George II shilling 1743 rose in angles, George IIII shilling 1825, William III sixpence 1696 (Love Token), 1697, Victoria four pence Maundy 1867. £100-120
701.    Numismatics: Commemorative Diana-A Legend Windsor mint Cu-silver plate. 376g. Diana-A Wife 376g. Plus acrylic laser memoriam image of Diana 1961-1997. £100-150
702.    Numismatics: Banknotes, an example of the first paper £1 note issued by the Government at the outbreak of WWI to replace gold coins. This example dates from the early 1920s. Crisp uncirculated condition. £40-60
704.    Banknotes: 1955 White five pound note B60A 036661, one pound notes, ten shilling and an album of foreign mixed currency, etc. £30-50
705.    Medals & Medallions: Eiffel Tower ascent medal inscribed 'Souvenir, de mon ascension au sommet de La Tour Eiffel 1889'. Bronze in silk lined case, plus a bronze medallion commemorating the 1865 Exposition Universalle. £40-60
706.    Numismatics/Coins: WWII commemoratives Cu-gilt oval D. Day wartime banknotes embellished (3), plus Queen Elizabeth portraits, Coronation, 2012 Diamond Jubilee, 2016 90th Birthday, 2017 Sapphire Jubilee. All embellished. (5) £50-80
707.    Coins: Great Britain Victoria, Edward and George threepences, approx. 80 coins. 6oz. Silver and half silver. £50-70
708.    The Samuel Smith Collection: Numismatics, GB and World coins, many silver, some rare (full inventory in box), plus a treen stamp box and pin box. £30-50