Collectables, Antiques & Paintings Sale
on Saturday 19th September 2020

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1.      Globe Wernicke: Oak stacking three shelf bookcase. 49in. x 34in. x 12in. £50-80
2.      Edwardian Mahogany bureau bookcase with galleried top, leaded glazed doors, and bronze drop handles. 67in. x 30in. x 14in. £80-120
3.      Early 19th cent. Wall mirror in need of restoration. 28in. x 53in. £50-80
4.      Taxidermy: Late 19th/early 20th cent. Male moose mounted on oak back board. £200-300
5.      Fashion: Art deco style embossed white satin wedding dress, boat shape neck, long sleeves six button fastening, size 10/12. Late 19th/early 20th cent. Christening gown lawn with lace panels and two tier lace and embroidery skirt. Child's lace trim cotton night dress plus one other. £40-50
6.      Heavily carved standard lamp taking the form of a column from a four poster bed. £50-80
7.      20th cent. Glassware: Wine, brandy, champagne, sundae glasses, punch bowl, powder bowls, preserve, etc. 3 boxes. £30-50
8.      20th cent. Glass: Six whisky glasses by Thomas Webb, boxed. Three ring neck sherry decanter with bullseye stoppers, bon bon dishes, etc. 1 box. £30-50
9.      Glassware: Late 19th cent. to mid 20th cent. glasses including toastmasters, ale glasses, two green glass goblets, wine glasses, and champagne flutes, 64 in total. £40-60
10.     Late 19th/Early 20th cent. Ceramics: Two handle mantel vases, one pair cream, pink, and gilt decorated with a central panel depicting a bacchanalian scene. The second pair cream and brown with central panel depicting a pastel scene. 2 pairs. Approx 12in. and 13in. Mantel vases in the form of two handled urns, with covers, transfer decoration of roses, a pair. Approx. 18in. Plus baluster vases floral transfer print decoration, a pair. Approx. 9in. Ornamental mantel vase in the form of a ewer, gilt decoration, transfer print of river study with sheep. Approx. 17in. Plus two handle vase decorated with transfer print of mythological studies. Approx. 15in. (10).

11.     Prints: 19th cent. Two prints of young women by Thomas Forman of Nottingham. 16in. x 10in. Also Dawn on the Moors and Sunset on the Moors. 11in. x 6¾in. All framed and glazed. Plus a circular convex mirror in gilt frame and three small suitcases. £30-50
12.     20th cent. Collection of various interesting items including pewter condiment set, two Monet lighters, cigarette case, Masonic jewel, souvenir spoons and various tins and cans. £20-40
13.     20th cent. Treen Ware: Carved pig, treen bowl, replica carving from Worcester Cathedral, decorated display stand. £30-50
14.     20th cent. Oriental Ceramics: Cloisonné etc, plus 2 boxes of other ceramics. Total 3 boxes. £30-50
15.     20th cent. Pottery & Porcelain: T.G Green yellow banded cup and saucer, blue banded flour sifter, and a collection of Hunt Club cups and saucers, Ironstone, and others. (1 box) Plus Sylvac, Poole pottery, Delft, T.G Green, Booth's, etc. (2 boxes)
3 boxes in total. £40-60
16.     20th cent. Ceramics: Susie Cooper, gilt decorated part dinner service, tureens, sauce boats x 2, bowls and plates. £40-60
17.     Late 19th/early 20th cent. Ceramics Johnson Brothers 'Tally Ho' dinner plates and dessert set, three graduated jugs with a transfer print of a hunting scene, meat oval, Whiting Pottery floral jug, Royal Stafford side plates, blue mantel vases, and other ceramics, flatware, mirror, etc. 3 boxes. £20-40
18.     19th/20th cent. Metalware: Candlesticks - a pair, copper trough, iron stand, black metal bookends in the form of a dog, 2 white meal picture frames, etc. £40-60
19.     Silver Platedware: Late 19th/early 20th cent. Walker & Hall biscuit barrel, two Walker & Hall bread baskets, plus an eggcup stand with four cups and spoons, a single eggcup, calling card plate, a glass lined salt in the shape of a half mussel shell, six teaspoons, a small pewter goblet, and a selection of enamelled dressing table items. £40-60
20.     Arts & Crafts: Metalware Joseph Sankey & Son Ltd Neptune ware, 1896-1914, lizard skin effect brass plates with the figure of Neptune trademark impressed on reverse. 10in. and 8¼in. dia. Plus a pierced work Pilgrims bell, three rumblers (horse harness decorations), three horse brass on a leather strap, and a cowbell on leather strap. £30-50
21.     20th cent. Metalware: Twin branch candle with cherub, brass and white metal Persian charger, coffee grinder brass plate pressed metal fishing reel and coloured glass lamp shade. £20-30
22.     19th cent. Brass fenders x 2, plus small selection of fireside tools. Brass skimmers, drainer's and a toasting fork. £30-50
23.     Brassware: The Protector miners lamp by Lamplighting Co. Ltd. Five graduated candlesticks, plus two other pairs, and two goblets. £30-50
24.     Carpets & Rugs: 19th cent. Shirvan carpet with a red central ground with geometric designs in ivories, blues & reds. Three border decorated with stylised flowers & geometric designs in blue, reds, ivories & white. 76in. x 48in. £80-120
25.     Carpets & Rugs: Late 19th early 20th cent. Bokhara rug. Red ground with eighteen guls and five borders on reds, ivories, oranges & black. 51in. x 30in. £60-100
26.     Carpets & Rugs: 19th cent. Kazak style runner with red ground and nine large guls with geometric designs within, all surrounded by four smaller guls, three borders in reds, blues, ivories, purple & brown. 132in. x 30in. £150-250
27.     20th cent. Chinese hardwood chest the panels carved with bamboo relief on step bracket supports. W36in. x D17in. H20in. £50-80
28.     20th cent. Chinese hardwood chest the panels carved with bamboo relief on step bracket supports. W29in. x D14in. x H16½in.
29.     19th cent. Oak side table on single column support 23in. plus one other on tripod base. £50-80
30.     19th cent. Rustic rattan bobbin footstool, occasional table and a stool (3). £30-50
31.     20th cent. Leather effect recliners with footstools - a pair. £30-50
32.     19th cent. Brass & iron bed with base. 4ft. 6in. wide. £80-150
33.     Clocks: 20th cent. German striking wall clock in mahogany case, a Napoleon hat mantel clock in mahogany case on brass feet, makers mark 'Urgos'. £40-60
34.     Edwardian mahogany inlaid double wardrobe. 47in. £30-50
35.     Rustic stripped pine wardrobe with single drawer beneath. £50-80
36.     19th and 20th cent. Fabric/Lacework: Including doilies, place mats, collars, etc. 1 box. Plus a Spanish wall hanging of a bull fighting study. £30-50
37.     1930s Walnut tallboy of four drawers and one cupboard. 30in. x 18in. £30-50
38.     Edwardian oak writing desk with leather skiver, one leg A/F. Plus a Victorian mahogany drop leaf table. £30-50
39.     Late 19th/early 20th cent. pair of ebonised mahogany nursing chairs with pierced slat backs. £50-80
40.     19th cent. Mahogany Sutherland table with inlaid central motif, plus an oak pot cupboard. £20-40
41.     19th cent and later Harlequin set of six mahogany dining chairs. £80-120
42.     20th cent. Mahogany torchere with reeded column supports. Diameter 12in. £80-120
43.     20th cent. Oak monks chair with turned gun barrel supports. £40-60
44.     Victorian walnut frame button back occasional chair on cabriole legs. £80-120
45.     Late 19th cent. Upholstered three seater sofa. Approx. 74in. £50-80
46.     19th cent. Walnut music cabinet, with fruitwood inlay, brass fittings, galleried top and glazed door. 36½in. x 20in. x 13½in. (Key behind counter). £60-80
47.     19th cent. Oak carver chair with bobbin turned front supports and red leather seat. £60-80
48.     Edwardian glazed mahogany display cabinet. £40-60
49.     20th cent. Walnut veneer dwarf chest on chest with brushing slide. 24in. £80-120
50.     19th cent. Two door glazed bookcase with applied brass and inlaid decoration. 42in. £50-80
51.     19th cent. Mahogany writing table with leather skiver. 40in. x 24in. £60-100
52.     George III mahogany side table, canted supports with single drawer. 39in. x 19in. £80-120
53.     Edwardian Sheraton style oval fire screen with tapestry panel on shaped supports, approx. 20in. wide. Plus 19th cent. Toleware gallery tray decorated exotic bird amid fruit and flowers. £60-80
54.     19th cent. Walnut octagonal cricket table on three barley twist supports. D21½in. H28in. Plus early 20th cent. mahogany card/work table, canted edge swing top with drawers beneath and turned supports. W25in. x D16in. x H29in.
55.     19th cent. Hardwood upholstered footstool embroidered pale green and pink chain stitch covered with beaded edging on tapering supports. 15in. x 15in. x 12in. Plus 19th century polescreen with a silk work panel.
56.     Early 20th cent. Mahogany desk, five drawers above a stylised apron. 46½in. x 22in. £60-80
58.     19th cent. Mahogany dressing table mirror. 21in. £40-60
59.     19th cent. Mahogany oval tripod table with inlay plus Edwardian mahogany rectangular side table. £40-60
61.     19th cent. Mahogany side table with drawer beneath. £40-60
62.     19th cent. Mahogany dressing table mirror with two drawers beneath. 17in. Plus one other. £30-50
63.     19th cent. Mahogany bow front sideboard, fitted central drawer flanked by a pair of panel doors on square tapered legs. 47¾in. £50-80
64.     19th cent. French oak armoire with well carved floral & bouquet decoration, fitted ornate brass hinges & escutcheon's with lift off pediments, fitted carved frieze drawer on scrolling supports. DN side lined in fleur-de-lis blue and white fabric. Approx. 81½in. x 53½in. x 17¾in. £500-650
65.     Queen Anne style walnut tallboy, three short above three long on club supports. 42in. £300-500
66.     19th cent. Schoolbred & Co. Mahogany two over three chest of drawers. 47in. x 21in. £80-120
67.     19th cent. Mahogany drop leaf dining table on club feet. £60-100
68.     19th cent. Hepplewhite style shield shaped dressing table mirror. £30-50
69.     19th cent. Mahogany pot cupboard, single drawer with ebonised inlay. 16in. £50-80
70.     18th cent. Walnut chest of four drawers. 34in. £150-250
71.     19th cent. Beech frame circular extending piano stool, treen worm and leather seat. £40-60
72.     19th cent. Oak pot cupboard/washstand. 13in. £50-80
73.     19th cent. Mahogany pot cupboard inlaid with a lozenge style beading. 13in. £50-80
74.     18th cent. Heavily carved chest corner cupboard with small inset lozenge mirror decoration. 27in. £80-120
75.     19th cent. Good quality rosewood davenport with fitted interior, adjustable top, and drawers to one side. Formerly the property of Viscount Sherbrooke ex Chancellor of the Exchequer 1868-73 and Home Secretary 1873-74. 30in. x 31in. x 34in. £150-200
76.     Late 19th cent. Upholstered long seated armchair. £40-60
77.     19th cent. Splat back mahogany dining carver chairs, plus one other. (3) £100-150
78.     Victorian rosewood tilt top oval dining table on a baluster pedestal and four scrolled feet. 56¾in. £200-300
79.     19th cent. Mahogany dressing table mirror, plus a pair of 19th cent. dining chairs. £30-50
80.     18th/19th cent. French walnut buffet with heavily carved panels depicting folk scenes. 61in. £100-150
81.     19th cent. Scottish School oil on canvas, romantic study of a gilly with dogs and grouse. 16in. x 21in. £80-120
82.     Artisan Furniture: Superb 1970s Alan Sully of Marlborough circular yew dining table with sectional veneers. 64½in. £300-500
83.     20th cent. Beech dining chairs, set of eight. £60-100
84.     Edwardian oak hanging wall shelf with carved door panels. £60-80
85.     19th cent. Mahogany chest of four graduated drawers of extremely modest proportions. 27in. x 16in. £80-120
86.     19th cent. Regency mahogany folding top tea table on a turned pedestal platform base and reeded tapering supports. 36in.
87.     19th cent. Mahogany side table, two drawer with fretwork decoration. 40in. x 19in. x 30in. £80-120
88.     Georgian mahogany side table with single drawer. 39in. x 19in. x 29in. £20-40
89.     19th cent. Rosewood chest of three drawers on later supports. 36in. x 18in. £70-120
90.     19th cent. Mahogany dressing table mirror, with two drawers. 21in. £40-60
91.     George III mahogany chest of two short and three long drawers with cock beading, canted side and shaped bracket feet on bracket feet. 42in.
92.     19th cent. Mahogany chest of two short and three long cock beaded drawers on turned supports. W41in. x H41in. x D20in. £80-120
93.     19th cent. Mahogany dressing table mirror with turned spindle supports on serpentine base, incorporating vanity box. £30-50
94.     19th cent. Cobalt blue ground two handled vases, a pair (1 A/F) 13½ins. Tudric pewter dish and one other (4). £30-50
95.     19th cent. Mahogany bow front chest of two over three drawers with ebony and boxwood inlay, on swept bracket supports. 41in. x 21½in. £100-150
96.     19th cent. Mahogany two over three drawers with boxwood and ebony inlay. 35in. £100-150
97.     Lighting: 19th cent. Oil lamp gilt metal base, with pink tinted glass reservoir and graduated clear to pink glass shade. £40-60
98.     Late 18th early 20th cent. chest of three drawers on bracket supports. 38in. £100-150
99.     19th cent. Mahogany writing slope with fitted interior. £50-80
100.    19th cent. Mahogany chest of two over three drawers. £80-120
101.    19th cent. Elm child's/dolls spindle back chair. 15in. £40-60
102.    Late 17th/early 18th cent. Dutch style marquetry walnut side cupboard, inlaid over three sides with various exotic woods. 23in. x 18in. £300-500
103.    19th cent. Mahogany Wellington chest of seven drawers. 21in. x 14in. £80-120
104.    Late 17th cent. oak three plank peg jointed serving/refectory table. 73in. x 29in. x 31in high. £600-800
105.    19th cent. Wingback armchair on club supports. £200-300
106.    18th cent. Oak panelled Wainscott with later additions chair Height 3ft. 4in. £80-150
107.    Early 20th cent. Bow front mahogany cupboard with two drawers. 26in. £60-80
108.    18th cent. Oak six plank coffer, with carved decoration to front panels depicting the tree of life. 43in. £150-250
109.    Georgian mahogany square drop leaf table of excellent quality. The legs both canted and rebated with a carved fretwork stretcher 23½in. £200-300
110.    19th cent. Rustic oak cricket table on triangular supports. 29½in. £100-150
111.    18th cent. Oak and elm sword chest with punch work decoration. 33½in. £150-250
111A.   Mid 19th cent. mahogany hall chairs of good quality - a pair. £300-500
112.    19th cent. Two section stripped pine corner cupboard. 81ins. x 51ins. £150-200
113.    Clocks: Late 19th/early 20th cent. German oak three chain longcase clock, 11in. 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. 90in. high. Pendulum and three weights. £150-200
114.    19th cent. Mahogany linen chest with six slider. 55in. at widest point. £200-300
115.    Clocks: 19th cent. Mahogany cased German regulator clock by Gustav Becker, Freiberg, Silesia. Pediment with carved eagle surmounting glazed door with attached fluted columns. Enamelled brass dial with Roman numerals, marked with GB crown and anchor trademark. Brass 8 day two weight driven time and strike movement, with original brass pendulum and key. 52in. x 19in. x 7½in. £100-150
116.    Clocks: 19th cent. French 8 day longcase, E. Gerose of Villenaux, enamel dial, walnut case. 89in. £120-180
117.    Late 17th/early 18th cent. Queen Anne walnut chest on chest of delicate proportions, with herringbone decoration and boxwood inlays. 38in. x 67½in. x 20½in. £400-600
118.    18th cent. Oak bureau bookcase with fitted interior. 36in. x 84in. £200-300
119.    19th cent. Mahogany chest on chest, 6 long over 2 short, canted side on bracket supports. 42in. £200-300
120.    Late 19th cent. Mahogany display cabinet with beaded glass door, applied decorative beading, on tapering supports with ball and claw feet. 75in. x 27in. x 12½in. £70-100
121.    Indian School: Rajasthan 20th cent. watercolour, birds, nine pictures featuring Blackbird, House Martin, Magpie, Wagtail, Robin, Dunnock Kingfisher & Chaffinch. £40-60
122.    19th cent. Prints & Engravings: Paul Sandy, Pelling Place, Cries of London, Dr Syntax in Court. Oval mezzo tints Young Lovers, etc. £30-50
123.    19th cent. & later Prints & engravings including The Cambridgeshire Stakes 1852 (8). £50-80
124.    19th cent. Line engravings of crocodiles and weasels, plus a pair of Japanese ink on silks (4). £30-50
125.    20th cent. English School Beresford Johnson watercolour on paper Distant Gleam Thornham, plus other original works including C. Thomson (5). £40-60
126.    20th cent. Wickerwork basket, bedroom and dressing table items. Plus 20th cent. cane and wicker white painted bedroom furniture, two drawer dressing table stool, bedside cupboard all with glazed tops.
127.    Pictures & Prints: Miscellaneous collection of 19th century and later (9). £30-50
128.    Victor J. Carter: 20th cent. English school conté crayon of Edington Priory with Royal West of England Academy Exhibition label to reverse. 11in. x 14in. £30-50
129.    20th cent. French School watercolour of a rustic farmyard. 14in. x 10in. £30-50
130.    Louis Burleigh Bruhl 1861-1942 print of an inland waterway, possibly Dutch. 12in. x 16in. £30-50
131.    James Foot 1960-: 20th cent. English School watercolour on paper Naval College, Greenwich. Plus another of Sutton Square, Hackney. £50-80
132.    20th cent. British School original works to include Steven Cardew, Michael Bullen, and Stafford Dupree. (4) £40-60
133.    19th cent. Engravings of dogs by Richard Ansdell / H.F. Ryall (3). 13in. x 17in. £50-80
134.    19th cent. English School: Watercolour on paper marine scene, note to reverse "Probably Copley Fielding" labelled on frame. 9in. x 6in. £60-80
135.    19th cent. & later Original oils and watercolours including Margaret Deare Cornfield (4).
136.    J.B. Pyne Attributed: Watercolour Lake Windermere, label on verso. Framed and glazed 20in. x 13in. £100-150
137.    20th cent Continental School: Ink study of a fisherman, indistinct signature top right. 10in. x 7in. £20-40
138.    20th cent. English School: Edward Charles Pascoe-Holman Salisbury Cathedral. 7½in. x 11in. £30-50
139.    19th cent. Continental School: Watercolour on paper, French soldier looking out to sea. 11½in. x 8½in. £60-80
140.    19th cent. Italian School: Watercolour on paper "An Italian Fruit Seller",signed bottom right A. Lotti 7in. x 11in. and "Grandfathers" - a pair. £80-120
141.    19th cent. English School: Coastal study, label on reverse S. Oven, English about 1804. 9in. x 6in. £60-100
142.    19th cent. British School oil on board, highland studies - a pair. 17in. x 10in. £50-80
143.    20th cent. French School watercolour of a village. 8in. x 5in. £30-50
144.    Copley Fielding 1787-1855: Watercolour on paper Farmer and Cattle, signed and dated bottom right. 9in. x 5in. £100-150
145.    Frank Dobson (1888-1963): Red chalk, reclining female, nude, signed and dated bottom left. Framed and glazed 13½in. x 9½in. £600-800
146.    19th cent. English School: Watercolour on paper "Harvest Time". 10in. x 28in. £80-120
147.    20th cent. Japanese School: Kosugi Hoen 1881-1964 formally Misei Kosugi, watercolour of Temples in Nikko. Signed bottom left and bottom right. 13in. x 19in. A pair. £200-300
147A.   20th cent. Italian School: Oil on board of Venice, monogrammed DW. 14in. x 10in. £40-60
148.    18th century English School. Attributed to Hamlet Winstanley (1694-1756). Oil on canvas of Susannah Edmonds nee Hedges 1681-1751, a full family history of Mrs Edmonds is available having been produced by the vendor. 39in. x 48in. £800-1200
149.    Horatio Nelson/Admiral Lord Hood: Clarkson Stanfield (1793-1867) A fine oil on canvas of HMS Agamemnon, a sixty-four gun ship and Nelson's first command showing her awaiting the arrival of Horatio Nelson. It is likely that the pilot boat seen is carrying Nelson to his first captaincy which was under Admiral Lord Hood. Nelson is seen in the tricorne hat with his luggage in the sailing boat.
The Agamemnon is flying the red pennant of Admiral Lord Hood and on the 27th June 1793 sailed for Gibraltar with Hood's fleet of 19 sail of the line and convoy merchant ships.

Most importantly the painting has direct provenance to the Nelson and Hood families and therefore to Horatio Nelson himself through the vendors great grandmother Gertrude Trelawny. Gertrude's maternal grandmother was Fanny Charlotte Hood. Fanny's mother Charlotte Mary Hood was the only surviving heir of William 1st Earl Nelson, brother to Admiral Horatio Nelson. It is thought that the picture hung in Gertrude Trelawny's father's town house (J Herbert Benyon) in Port Street, London.
Through family research it is thought the painting could have been commissioned to mark the wedding on 3rd July 1810 of Samuel Hood 2nd Baron Bridgeport to Charlotte Mary only surviving daughter and heir of William 1st Earl Nelson. Clarkson Stanfield is regarded as one of England's finest marine painters, one of his greatest works "Battle of Trafalgar" still hangs in the United Services Club in Pall Mall, London.

The signature is not obvious but after being cleaned by Frost and Reed in Bristol in 1966, BS Spence a Director of Frost and Reed stated the painting was by Clarkson Stanfield and this attribution was confirmed to the vendors father by the late Mr F S Richardson, an acknowledged expert on Clarkson Stanfield. The painting was valued by a major London auction rooms in 2010 who were happy to give a full attribution to Clarkson Stansfield. It has never been offered for auction or sale before and has been in the vendor's family since it was painted in the first quarter of the 19th century. Contained within what is thought to be its original frame. 34in. x 23in.

150.    19th cent. English School: Fishing vessels moored on the bank, monogrammed SFE. 14in. x 10in. £50-80
151.    19th cent. English School: Gouche on canvas card, Hay stacks. 16in. x 9in. £40-60
151A.   19th cent. English School: Watercolour on paper, Riverside study, indistinct signature bottom left. 9in. x 13in. £50-80
152.    19th cent. c1832-45. Samuel and John Burton moulded jug impressed initials on a raised pad with Model No. 3 (T. Godden page 734), Burleigh reproduction of 'Old Feeding Time' jug made by Samuel Alcock, brown Denby, Flo blue jug, ceramic Ratafia bottle, Restautante Club Laco S.A Segovia jug, brown lustre examples, some A/F, lustre mug. £40-60
153.    20th cent. Studio Pottery: Dunster Pottery potpourri vase, brown glaze jug decorated with a mark to the neck, Rosenthal dish gilt decoration of a girl dancer, figure of a Springbok decorated with a multi design of wild animals. Approx. 12in. £30-50
154.    20th cent. Glassware: Pony and cart flower holder, end of day basket, blue carnival glass stemmed two handle bonbon dish. £20-40
156.    20th cent. figurines, Spelter and composite, three large, two medium, three small. Lead messenger boy A/F (9). £30-50
157.    20th cent. Ceramics: Japanese Noritake 'Sovereign' eight place dinner service. Seventy pieces in total. One dinner plate missing. £150-200
158.    20th cent. Ceramics: Bourbon style busts of children, boy and girl. Two pairs. £20-40
159.    20th cent. Ceramics & Metalware: Includes Beswick cat and mouse, unmarked bird, etc. Plus metal letter stencils, one black Zippo lighter, one twin pistol Zippo style lighter, a folding carpenter's wooden rule, a piece of uncut pink quartz and a piece of uncut Blue John. £30-50
160.    20th cent. Ceramics: Includes Royal Doulton floral pattern biscuit barrel 8113 and small bowl 8087, a Royal Doulton matchbox stand 8038, and a Royal Doulton art deco plate with a tree design. Plus two past times art deco figures of musicians and dancers. £40-60
161.    20th cent. Ceramics: Denby 'Greenwheat' kitchen ware, 32 pieces including tureens x 3, large serving dish, teapot, coffee pot, hot water pot, water jug, egg cups, etc. £40-60
162.    After Martin Milo 1893-1970 art deco style bronze sculpture of an African native bowman, signed Milo on marble base. Also impressed with the French bronze guarantee 11in. high. £100-200
163.    20th cent. Costume Jewellery: Yellow metal flower spray brooches, butterfly brooches and stick pins, yellow metal bracelet set with simulated pearls, yellow metal pens x 2, spoons, assorted tie clips (12). Plus ladies and gents wristwatches quartz and mechanical, all as seen. (30) £40-60
164.    Jewellery box containing costume jewellery and a set of silver plated coffee spoons. £50-80
165.    Jewellery box containing costume jewellery, bracelets and a selection of yellow metal rings. £50-80
166.    20th cent. Herend porcelain matchbox holder and thimble, plus five other miscellaneous thimbles. £20-30
167.    Costume Jewellery: Including necklets, brooches and watches. £30-50
168.    20th cent. Enamel badges nursing and others including Bulldog related Crufts Judge, Kennel Club Grand CH 4229, red/white/green/yellow enamel, paper knife x 2 and a corkscrew. £20-30
169.    20th cent. Ceramics & Glass: Royal Albert 'Avenue' part tea set, six cups, saucers, side plates, and cake plate, milk jug, sugar bowl.
170.    20th cent. Halcyon Days: Cinder two tier display stand, decorative ceramics including India James, Royal Worcester Halcyon Days, Royal Albert Peter Rabbit, etc. £40-50
171.    20th cent. Ceramic & Resin Animals: Border Fine Arts Golden Retriever, Russian Stoat, Purbeck Mouse, Acorn Rabbit, Goebel Yorkshire Terrier, etc. 1 Tray. Plus metalware - cat holding a basket containing a pin cushion, condiments in the form of frogs, owl paperweight, sander, desk ornament of globe on stand. £30-50
172.    Silver Plated Flatware: Table forks, spoons and coffee spoons. £30-50
173.    Stamps/Postcards/Cigarette Cards: Late 19th to mid 20th cent. Group of three albums one of stamps, mainly used, World and GB. One containing cigarette cards including players, foreign butterflies. The third of postcards including Edwardian humour and WWI. £40-60
174.    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.
175.    Postcards: Mid to late 20th cent. Maritime cards including some reproduction White Star Line, plus cards depicting steam train locomotives, and British topography. 2 boxes. £30-40
176.    Postcards: One box containing approx. 400 maritime cards of steamships and paddle steamers from early to mid 20th cent. £40-60
177.    Transportation Ephemera: Two albums of train engine postcards, early 20th cent. and later booklets and brochures relating to railways etc. £40-60
178.    Maritime Ephemera: Two mid 20th cent. scrapbooks plus maritime booklets, brochures, and postcards. £40-60
179.    Postcards: Early 20th cent, real photo, social history, shops, work places, schools, Edwardian, comic, and topographical. Two albums. £60-80
180.    Photographs: 19th cent. and later, many studio cards, servants at work, military and Japanese social history. Loose and in nine albums. £40-60
181.    Scrapbook 19th cent. Mainly natural history, ecumenical, and topographical, plus many loose 20th cent. scrapbook pages, sketch books and a Letts' Diary for 1882 used as an almanac and reference book. £30-50
182.    Maritime Ephemera: Collection of modern items including reproduction Titanic and Olympic cards and photographs. Postcards, photographs and brochures of ships from Cunard, P&O, and other lines. Plus items of interest covering other modes of transport (railways, etc) and RMS Titanic commemorative medal in presentation pack. £40-60
183.    Ephemera: A collection of autograph books, sketch books (8) and original artwork. 1 Box. £40-60
184.    Cigarette & Tea Cards: Two tins containing hundreds of cards, all loose. Plus twenty three albums including players, cricketers 1938, kings, queens, aircraft of the Royal Air Force, and thirty two Kelloggs motor cars. £40-60
185.    Postcards: Early 20th cent. real photo, social history, work places, schools, Edwardian, comic, actresses, rural and maritime scenes, local and GB topographical. In two Edwardian decorated albums. £30-50
186.    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. £20-30
187.    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. £20-40
188.    Photographs: Early to mid 20th cent. Mainly topographical but many social history photographs, in eleven albums. £40-60
189.    Postcards: Mainly Edwardian, Scotland and islands, comic, signed actors and actresses cards, army airship over London, and charabanc outings. Three albums. £40-60
190.    Postcards: Post war cards of numerous subjects including maritime, topographical, and reproduction Titanic cards. Several hundred in total. £30-50
191.    Photographs: 20th cent. Selection of between the wars photos in nine albums, with some loose. Mainly topographical some social history. Plus three unused albums. £40-60
192.    Postal History - Royal Navy, American Wars of Independence, Napoleonic Wars: 1830 letters from William Carnegie (1758-1831) 7th Earl of Northesk to Miss Gibson of Derby. The first signed with intact seal, from Jedburgh, with straight line Jedburgh mark. The second signed with intact wax seal with free mark from London. The 7th Earl was Nelson's third in command at Trafalgar where he captained HMS Britannia (2). £80-120
193.    Stamps/Postal History: Album containing more than forty Victorian, prepaid cards and envelopes, and stamps of higher denominations. £60-80
194.    Stamps/Postal History: Album containing approx. 49 covers and pieces of both pre-1841 and 1d reds, including at least six 'Free' red, pre-paid and to pay at destination, plus twenty one 1d reds tied to pieces. £100-150
195.    Postcards: Maritime, two oversize postcards depicting a real photograph of the RMS Olympic with a tug alongside, technical information below. Produced by G.A. Pratt, Southampton. 10½in. x 5½in. £40-60
196.    Stamps/Postal History: A collection of eight 'Red' 1d post, letters, some with individual unique town CD's and one 'To Late' £40-60
197.    Stamps/Postal History: A collection of eight pre-stamp letters, some with 'pre-paid' CD's, some local - Wellington to Chard, 1820s and 1830s, plus two post 1841 pre-paids. (10) £40-60
198.    Stamps: 19th cent. Collection of six 1840s 1d reds on piece. 1849 letter Dumfries to Edinburgh, 1847 account bill London to Dundee, 1847 account bill London to Dundee, 1853 letter Kirkaldy to Leslie in Fife, 1850 account bill Liverpool to Manchester, and 1863 Insurance Friends report London to Wisbeach. All with full CD's (6). £30-50
199.    Postal History: Pre stamp letters 18th and 19th cent. Three 18th cent. 1770 Birmingham to Nottingham, 1791 letter Kendal to Leicester, 1795 letter Louthborough to Louth. Plus three early 19th cent. letters, 1805 Wickworth to Derby, 1816 Manchester to Bolton, and 1823 to London (6). £30-50
200.    Postcards: WWI, WWII and later warships to include some unusual cards. Approx. 130. £80-120
201.    Postcards: Album of WWI and later cards, mostly warships including some submarines. Approx. 220. £200-300
202.    Postcards: Album of liners, to include Lusitania, Mauretania, Olympic, Cedric, Calgaric, Britannic (Titanic's sister), numerous White Star liners, etc. Approx. 190. £200-300
203.    Postcards: Album of maritime cards to include RMS Olympic, Queen Mary, Majestic, Victoria and Albert, Lusitania, Mauretania, etc. Approx. 90. £80-120
204.    Postcards: Two mixed albums of mostly liner related cards dating from the early 20th cent. but some later colour and reproduction cards. Approx. 100. £40-60
205.    Postcards: Two albums of cards of cargo ships, tugs, liners, and bridges, mostly post war. £40-60
206.    Postcards: Three albums of mostly mid 20th cent. and later liners, tugs, etc. Several hundred cards. £50-80
207.    Maritime: Album of liner related postcards to include SS United States, Union Castle, P&O, Empress of Ireland and Cunard, some later cards. £50-80
208.    Ocean Liner: Four albums of black and white photographs of ocean liners to include numerous Union Castle liners, Queen Mary and Canberra. £40-60
209.    Postcards: Early 20th cent. and later to include warships, Royal, military, and eggs of British birds. £60-100
210.    Ephemera: Show business autographs to include Paul Eddington, Terry Wogan, David Attenborough and Anna Ford. £20-40
211.    Thomas Carlyle 1795-1881: A fascinating letter and note to Dr. Alexander Paterson of Bridge-of-Allen from a J. Martin. Dated 1893 in part it states 'You expressed a desire to get a little of the hair of the late Thomas Carlyle, since coming home I've been successful in procuring a piece'. The Lot includes the aforementioned hair and a second note that says 'Hair of Thomas Carlyle Sartor Resautus cut 1868'. 13ins. x 18ins mounted on card. Along with a photograph of Carlyle taken in 1874. 10ins. x 8ins. £200-300
212.    Sports Memorabilia: 1949, Devizes Town Football Club souvenir program, winners Wiltshire League Division One, an invitation to the celebration dinner, and menu, plus a club/team photograph and a 1969 League Cup Final programme Arsenal versus Swindon. (01380 722817 OTFC) £30-50
213.    Books & Booklets: First editions 'Caricatures by Max' Max Beerbohm, first, softback 1958, 'The Book of the Coventry Diehead Alfred Herbert Ltd, 2 x first and 1 x tenth, softback. £20-40
214.    Peter Sellers memorabilia: Peter Sellers last full Employment Agreement. This is a 27 page Employment Agreement dated January 1st, 1979. This contract details the terms and conditions of Sellers employment and Artista Management. During the time that this contract was in effect, Sellers made his last three movies: "Being There", "The Prisoner of Zenda" and "The Fiendish Plot of Dr. Fu Manchu". Sadly Sellers died a month before Dr. Fu Manchu was released. On the last page of this document, Sellers has signed above his typed name. His signature is very large. There are two other signatures signed by Artista Management.
Arista management, A.G. a company organised under the laws of Switzerland.

Headings as follows:
1. Employment, Duties and Acceptance.
2. Term of Employment.
3. Compensation.
4. Obligations of company, costumes, etc.
5. Employee's Services Availability.
6. Motion Pictures, record Albums, Stage Performances.
7. Employee's Secretary, Make-up, Dressing Room, Car.
8. Services at expiration of Term.
9. Rights Granted to Company.
10. Advertising and Publicity.
11. Credits and Billings.
12. Employee's Warranties; Labour Organisations.
13. Exclusivity of Services.
14. Insurance.
15. Termination.
16. Suspension of Employment.
17. Non-use of Employee's Warranties.
18. Loanout.
19. Employee's Warranties.
20. Third party Claims.
21. Assignment.
22. Ownership of Rights.
23. Cumulative Rights and Remedies.
24. Terms of Agreement Contrary to Law.
25. Notices.
26. Definitions.
27. Governing Law.
28. Section Headings. £100-150
215.    Royal: Rare Fosters Brothers of Bath special King Edward VIII coronation promotional card plus a copy of Prince Edward's farewell to the nation 11th December 1936. £10-20
216.    Ephemera: Late 19th/early 20th cent. Christmas cards presented mounted in a frame. 24in. x 19in. £30-50
217.    Manuscripts & Ephemera: Large printed page, with label on reverse, stating its from The Great Nuremberg Chronicle, printed by Anton Koberger Nuremberg 1493. £60-80
218.    Banknotes: Bank of England one, five, ten pound notes, various chest cashiers (see photos), plus an 1862 Confederate dollar, ten dollar, etc. 18 in total within three frames. £50-80
219.    Ephemera: 19th cent. Scrap book mainly natural history, foreign peoples, sketches, and advertising. Spine missing. £30-50
220.    WWII/Royal Navy: Archive collection of photographic negatives and ephemera relating to Lt. Harold Greene. The lot includes a Christmas card from HMS Hood written by the paymaster Lieutenant John Graves, one of those lost when Hood sank on 24th May 1941. The lot also includes Lt. Greene's diary. £80-120
221.    Militaria: Pressed brass 190 Z pattern Shako plate possibly Coldstreams, plus a quantity of brass and Staybrite badges. £80-120
222.    Traps/Sporting Antiques: 19th cent. Poachers trap/cannon with octagonal rear section.
223.    Traps/Sporting Antiques: 19th cent. Poachers trap/cannon with octagonal rear section. £100-150
224.    Traps/Sporting Antiques: 19th cent. Brass anti poachers device. 7½ins. £70-100
225.    Militaria: WWII German splinter pattern camouflage army Gebirgsjager M43 pattern cap. £100-150
226.    Militaria: WWII German Army Panzer Crew headphones. £200-300
227.    Militaria: WWII German Waffen SS Officers Cuff Title silver wire, embroidered 'Prinz Eugen' Division. £200-300
228.    Militaria: WWII German Waffen SS other ranks, Bevo weave cuff title 'Totenkopf' Division. £200-300
229.    Militaria: WWII German Waffen SS white metal cigarette case inscribed with 1st SS Panzer Division LAH cypher and dedicated Rttf. F.Merten Kreigsweih-nachlen 1943. £200-300
230.    Militaria/ RAF: Air Ministry WWII Astro Compass MkII. Three tiers high with Declination Star Sighter on the top tier, double line and U sight, 360 sight and true bearing. Mainly used in bombers. 8½in. high. £30-50
231.    WWII: Douglas Fairbanks Jr. 1909-2000. A rare unopened letter from Fairbanks' mother dated September 25th 1941, addressed to him at HMS Tormentor, an advanced training and amphibious operations base, the contents of the letter contained within are unknown. £100-150
232.    WWI/Espionage: Fascinating copy of Petit Larousse with note inside signed by Rear Admiral William Reginald Hall director of naval intelligence 10-11-18 stating that ' This dictionary was responsible for the arrest in Malta of a notable German Agent by name of Madame Popovitch.' £50-80
233.    Maritime: 20th cent. Cast ships bell (without clanger). 9in. Plus one other. 5in. £30-50
234.    Militaria: Mid 20th cent (1970s) American Navy Pilots issue goatskin leather flying jacket. Label reads Intermediate Type G-I, Jacket, Flyers M/L-J-7823E (AS), Flight Apparel Industries Inc, Hammontin N.J. Size 42 (US) £200-300
235.    Militaria - Rare WWI Poster: "Royal Air Force Exhibition" War in the Air. 29in. x 19½in. £150-250
236.    Militaria - WWI Poster: Recruitment poster featuring Lord Kitchener with the slogan "He did his Duty. Will you do Yours?" 30in. x 20in. £150-250
237.    Militaria - WWI Poster: Recruitment poster featuring a Tommy in silhouette with the slogan "Be Ready. Join now" 38½in. x 24½in. £150-250
238.    WWI/Royal Navy: Late 19th cent. Walnut dining chair with chamfered frame and central carved rosette decoration. Standing on turned front legs and sabre back legs supported by H stretchers. 36in. tall (the seat at 20in. height), 19½in. wide, 20in. deep, with brass plaque under the front seam rail, 'HMS Queen Elizabeth - Admiral's Dining Cabin - 15th-16th November 1918'. Following the 1918 Armistice, on the night of November 15th, Rear Admiral Hugo Meurer of the Imperial German Navy boarded the Royal Naval flagship HMS Queen Elizabeth, meeting with Admiral David Beattie who presented him with the terms of surrender. Meurer and his party of four Officers used the Forecabin and Captain's Dining Room on the Quarterdeck for the duration of their stay. On November 21st, the German fleet was handed over at the Isle of May, Firth of Forth, before sailing north to Scapa Flow, Orkney, where it was later scuttled off the island of Hoy. This chair was in the Admirals dining room during this mementos occasion. £400-600
239.    WWI/Royal Navy: Late 19th cent. Unupholstered walnut dining chair with chamfered frame and central carved rosette decoration. Standing on turned front legs and sabre back legs supported by H stretchers. 36ins tall (the seat at 20ins height), 19½ins wide, 20 ins deep, with brass plaque under the front seam rail, 'HMS Queen Elizabeth - Admiral's Dining Cabin - 15th-16th November 1918'. Following the 1918 Armistice, on the night of November 15th, Rear Admiral Hugo Meurer of the Imperial German Navy boarded the Royal Naval flagship HMS Queen Elizabeth, meeting with Admiral David Beattie who presented him with the terms of surrender. Meurer and his party of four Officers used the Forecabin and Captain's Dining Room on the Quarterdeck for the duration of their stay. On November 21st, the German fleet was handed over at the Isle of May, Firth of Forth, before sailing north to Scapa Flow, Orkney, where it was later scuttled off the island of Hoy. This chair was in the Admirals dining room during this mementos occasion.

240.    Militaria/WWII: Extremely rare marble sill recovered from the ruins of Hermann Goring's palatial country retreat situated northeast of Berlin in the Shorfheide Forest. It is believed this sill formed part of a classically carved moulding that once adorned the big picture window in the main dining hall. It was recovered by one of the worlds leading collectors and authorities of WWII memorabilia Kevin Wheatcroft, founder and owner of the world famous Wheatcroft Collection. Signed letter of provenance accompanies the Lot. 33½ins. £1000-1500
241.    Oriental: 19th cent. Photo album with black lacquered front and back covers. The front decorated with mother of pearl insets, each inside page is covered in hand painted silk. Also book Rural England, L.G. Seguin, 1885, Strahan & Company Ltd. no. 92E of 300 published for sale in Britain, no front cover. Plus two Natural History hangings 11in. x 9in. £50-80
242.    Local Interest: Devizes & environs 1814 Act of Parliament for Inclosing (sic) the Lands of Conock into the Parish of Chirton. Also an 1800 Act for Allotting & Inclosing the Common Lands of Chirton otherwise known as Cherrington. Plus a print of Devizes County Courts & a print of the entrance into Devizes from London. £30-50
243.    Ephemera & Maps: Two 19th cent. scrap albums featuring a large collection of Heraldic crests, seals & letterheads, plus a 19th cent. scrapbook featuring cartoons from Punch magazine. Also a small scrapbook and a 19th cent. hand produced European atlas with 40+ hand drawn depictions of European Countries. £40-60
244.    Post war ephemera and cruise related memorabilia. £30-50
245.    Books: 19th cent. and later hardbound volumes Woods Natural History 1869, P. Loti Mon Frere Yves, Grecian Antiquities 1801, Classical Greek volumes, etc. (8). £30-50
246.    Books: 17th cent. Copy of The Book Of Common Prayer, and Administration of the Sacraments, 1683. £40-70
247.    Roberts 'Revival' Radio, green leather case model no. R 250. Black and silver label to inside cover.
248.    Fishing Equipment: Hardy "Palakona" (reg'd trade mark) split bamboo fishing rod.
Pattern:- Journey
Length:- 8ft. 6in.
Handle:- Cork
Joints:- Suction
Rings:- Snake
Weight:- 4oz 4drms.
Comes in original bag, with original labels & guarantee. Plus an Ogden Smiths aluminium rod tube, and three angling books "The Fisherman's Bedside Book", The Fisherman's Vade Mecum, "Trout Fishing from all Angles & Fly Lying Principles. £60-80
249.    Books & Autographs: Cricket, Caught by the Springboks by Jack Cheetham with seven autographs on inside title page, Elusive Victory by E.W. Swanton signed by author, and Cricket is my Life by Len Hutton signed by author. Plus autograph book containing 1940s autograph of Essex CCC, Worcestershire CCC, Sussex CCC, New Zealand 1949 touring team and a sheet with the autograph of the 1974 Pakistan Cricket team. £50-80
250.    Angling & Humorous Prints: "A False Step", "Look to your Rod" and "Fishing in Sutherland" (3) Framed and glazed 11in. x 8in. £20-40
251.    Books: Cricket twelve first editions including The Great Cricketer by A.A. Thompson, From the Boundary by Ray Robinson, From the Pavilion End by Dickie Bird, From Larwood to Lillee by Trevor Bailey and Fred Truman, and Denis Compton Authorised Biography by Tim Heald, etc. 1 box £40-60
252.    Books: Lace and lace making approx. 28 books plus pamphlets on the subject of lace and dressmaking. £20-40
253.    Sporting/Books: Golf books to include Hints to Golfers by Niblick 12th edition, and Winning Golf by Byron Nelson. Approx. 24. £40-60
254.    Taxidermy: Angling c1910 example of a Pike caught at Durston, near Taunton, Somerset by F. W. Dunkley on 26th October 1910. Mounted in glazed ebonised case by R. G. Parker, fish mounter, 3 West Street, Bristol. Natural looking lake bed and background. 41ins. x 15½ins. x 8ins. £400-600
255.    Maritime: 20th cent. Ships wheel. 48in. Plus one other. 36in. £60-80
257.    Sporting: A numbered boxed set of four Taylor Rolph Lignum Vitae lawn bowls. £30-50
258.    Archery: Apollo Falcon bow plus two boxes of arrows. £30-50
259.    Indian School: Mogul style 20th cent. original art works from various artists in an album. (90 plus). £100-150
260.    India/Asia: 19th cent. and later paintings on mica and paper (4). £50-80
261.    Oriental: Set of eight oriental paintings on linen of stylised scenes 7in. x 5in. plus oriental watercolour two gentlemen in a double frame. £40-60
262.    Original Art: One folder containing approx. 48 pieces from 19th cent. - 21st cent. various sizes. £40-60
263.    Paul M Kiernan: 21st cent. Original Art: Seven watercolours "Mom's Day Off", "Lowery Style", "Hen Night", "Urban Hopscotch", "Political Graffiti", "The Brothers No 3" and "Rush Hour". All signed bottom left & right. Annotated & signed on reverse. All 12in. x 8½in. £120-150
264.    Robert S. Coram known as 'Maroc': 20th cent. Cartoonist, sixteen original cartoons, pen & ink, all signed at bottom, 13 with personal stamp on reverse. Maroc was published in numerous publications including Evening Standard, Daily and Sunday Telegraph, Men Only, Daily Chronical & Children's Weekly. 13 10in. x 8in. and 3 6½in. x 5in. £80-120
265.    Robert S. Coram known as 'Maroc', 20th cent. cartoonist, fifteen original cartoons, pen & ink. All signed at bottom and with personal stamp on reverse. Maroc was published in the Evening Standard Daily & Sunday Telegraph, Men Only, Children's Weekly Magazine among others. All 10in. x 8in. £80-120
266.    Robert S. Coram known as 'Maroc': 20th cent. Cartoonist, sixteen original cartoons, pen & ink, all signed at bottom. These are more risque examples and were likely published in men's magazines. £80-120
267.    R Stevens: 21st cent. Watercolours, St Andrews Herring Boats, Norfolk Wherries and two unnamed nautical themed pictures. All signed bottom left (4). £40-60
268.    R.J. "Stick" Walsh (1893-1991) British cartoonist Augustus John, 1926, pen & ink & colour, signed bottom right. 12in. x 10in. £40-60
269.    The Beatles: Extremely rare 1964 first edition of "In His Own Write" by John Lennon, signed clearly in black ink. What elevates this particular volume is its superb condition. The book features short stories, poems, and drawings by Lennon. It was a great success on its release. John Lennon was assassinated on the 8th December 1980/ £3000-5000
270.    19th cent. Pencil sketches of eminent Victorians and Gladstone, Stafford, Northcole & others, unsigned plus four other sketches & a watercolour of a fisherman mending nets. £60-80
271.    Photo album containing 100+ small original works of art by Sharon Bowman, T.H. Root, A.P. Saunders plus others mostly 4in. x 3in. £50-80
272.    21st. cent. Original Art: Pencil ink & watercolour miniatures featuring cats, owls, rodents by various artists including Linda Gurmuenova, Gy Gunned, Margaret Brice and Kathy Clemente (104). All 3½in. x 2½in. £40-60
273.    21st. cent. Original Art: Roselea K Smith, approx. 112 colour pencil & ink miniatures featuring a Great Dane puppy. Plus 30 other dogs & pigs. All 3½in. x 2½in. £40-60
274.    21st. cent. Original Art: Pencil ink & watercolour miniatures featuring Meerkats, Robins, Birds, Rabbits & other wild animals by artists including EM Peters, Lodneva Schukina, TM Root, Debra Keirie and Alexandra Kaplan (Approx. 137). £40-60
275.    Early 20th cent. carved horn ornaments (kiwis). £30-50
276.    Tribal/Oceania: Fijian hardwood blow pipes, a pair. 36in. Plus blow pipe dart holder. Ex Aubrey Park Collection. £300-500
277.    Tribal/Oceania: Fijian treen arrow/spear heads, plus a stylised hardwood dinosaur, ex Aubrey Park Collection. £40-70
278.    Natural Science: Halved coco-de-mer used as a decorative bowl. 9½in. long. £100-150
279.    Toys: Mid 20th cent. Leeway two tone pram plus Fisher Price treen Looky Chug Chug Train and unmarked treen horse and cart driven by a coloured child. £20-40
280.    Models: Royal Hampshire, collection of trains, figures, planes, etc. £30-50
281.    Toys & Games: One box including one wooden and two plastic sailing boats, croquet hoop markers, tinplate toy, small Teddy and various card games. £20-40
282.    Children's Books: Pooh, His Art Gallery, a collection of 8 prints of the original watercolours of E.P. Dutton which featured in the books, The World of Pooh and The World of Christopher Robin. In presentation box published by E.P. Dutton & Company New York. £20-40
283.    Disney 1930 Mickey Mouse Chums Membership Card no. 174592 plus 2 pop up Christmas Cards and a cut out card, all in good condition. (3). £80-120
284.    Toys: 1960s Sooty xylophone, a Green Monk product, boxed and complete. Plus Living Models Children's Annual with self-erecting models to illustrate the stories, edited by Lois Giraud, Strand Publications. Plus early 20th cent. glass marbles, swirls, all colours, some clear glass. Large quantity.
285.    Toys: Diecast Dinky no. 306 Fawn Rolls Royce, 39D grey Buick Viceroy Saloon, 36A green Armstrong Siddeley Saloon, 38E Armstrong Siddeley Coupé grey with blue seats, 36F British Salmson four seater sports car grey, 36C Humber Vogue x 2 grey and black, and 39B Oldsmobile 6 Saloon dark blue. All unboxed. (7) £100-150
286.    Toys: Diecast Dinky 2 x 30F Daimler Ambulance, 37A Civilian Motorcycle blue and grey, Aveling Barford green steamroller, 39F green Studebaker Commander, 39A Packard Tourer brown, and 38A Fraser Nash grey sports car fawn seats. All unboxed (7). £100-150
287.    Toys: Diecast Dinky aeroplanes 60W Flying boat sea plane silver x 2, 62G long range bomber, 70A Avro York airliner silver x 2, all unboxed. Plus Matchbox K12 Heavy breakdown/ wreck truck, boxed (6). £70-100
288.    Toys: Die cast Dinky No. 501 Foden eight wheel flat truck, 1st cab type, dark blue cab and back, silver flash, no box. Plus No. 501 Foden eight wheel flat truck, 1st cab type, dark grey cab and back, red flash, no box. Also 2 x 25s , dark blue one with black tarpaulin, a 30e pickup truck and a 1947 25 series lorry. (6) £150-200
290.    Toys: Meccano no 8 Outfit including box top and bottom layer and box lid and instructions book. Also included in the lot are instruction books for no 6 and 7.
Please note this lot has multiple photographs of the items and the owner's inventory online. £200-300
291.    Equestrian: Two pairs of vintage black leather riding boots, plus three polo mallets. £40-60
292.    Equestrian: Two pairs of vintage red leather riding boots. £40-60
293.    Horatio Nelson: 1804 Catherine Andras wax cameo Admiral Lord Nelson indistinctly inscribed period label to reverse, Historic Gallery Pall Mall, gilt oval frame and ebonised surround (some damage) 5in. x 3in. Oval wax cameo of William IV and an empty oval. £80-120
294.    18th/19th cent. Folk art wrought iron rush light, twist stem mounted on a conical treen base. 8in. £80-100
295.    Weights & Measures: Rare set of three Bate of London Imperial measures dated 1824 for Standard Gallon, Half Gallon and Quart for the County of Wiltshire (3). £600-800
296.    19th cent. Mahogany inlaid hanging candle box with receipt from 1978. £50-80
297.    Objects of Virtu: 19th cent. Tortoiseshell and mother of pearl miniature musical mandolin and guitar instruments, rosewood banded trinket box with moonstone and glass decoration, miniature ceramic teapot with floral decoration possible Coalport, circa 1830 with Andrew Dando label beneath, Staffordshire moon taper holder, decorated cobalt blue and gilt, horn beaker, quartz carving child playing with a frog, marked Vienna. £80-120
298.    19th cent. Plaster 'Grand Tour' Intaglio (5) plus gilt plaster work of Highland dancers. Both framed and glazed. Plus 19th cent. Object of Virtu: Classical miniature gilt framed cupid. Signed L.R. Tassaert (possibly Henriette) label to verso states 'From Karfust Von Hessin collection sold 1852.' Dia. 2½in.
299.    19th cent. Tunbridge Ware: Rectangular plaque depicting the Pantiles, 7in. x 5in. In a gilt frame, retailer's label on reverse W M Whiteley Ltd, Queens Rd. W2. £100-150
300.    19th cent. Fine needlepoint tapestry enhanced with silk work, one girl with dog and a hawk, the other a winsome young lady with a basket of flowers. Both glazed with rosewood and gilt frame of serpentine form - a pair. £150-200
300A.   19th cent. Woolwork sampler depicting wild animals in jungle surrounds in a birds eye maple frame, glazed. 16in. x 12½in. £150-200
301.    Textiles: 19th cent. Fine point needlework studies (2) in birds eye maple frames. 8in. x 8in. £50-80
302.    18th/19th cent. Pewter: Hot water plate, baluster shape pewter ale or wine measure from Fish and Ring Old English Tavern 1870/80 Honore Martin jug and cover plus 3 dishes. £30-50
303.    Pewter Ware: Early 19th cent. Half pint and one quart tankards, inscribed R Davies, Bear Inn, Devizes. Both with Victorian duty stamps, a ¼ gill tankard spirit measure, and an unsigned 1 pint tankard with a depiction of a four clawed dragon engraved on it. £40-60
304.    Platedware: 1930s cocktail shakers, one P&O (3). Plus a decorative hotel reception bell. (Total 4) £50-80
305.    19th/20th cent. Cast brass animal musicians in military uniform, drummer, saxophone player, percussionist. 9in. (3). £100-150
306.    Art deco style brass Asiatic pheasants Lady Amherst, on marble stand - a pair facing. Height 12in. approx. £50-80
307.    19th cent. Bronze figurine, weather patinated of a young child in a mop cap lifting her skirt containing fruit. £40-60
308.    20th cent. Brass figure of a crouching hare 6ins. and a smaller model of a March hare 2½in. £80-120
309.    19th/20th cent. Brass sculpture of a pan carrying a young Bacchus 12in. £50-80
310.    19th cent. Miniature bronze bust of Wellington, supported on a plinth, unsigned. Approx. 6in. £50-80
311.    20th cent. Metalware: Brass domed top jewellery casket and four figurines. £30-50
312.    Reclamation: Thirteen Victorian and later wall tiles of varying designs. 6in. x 6in. Plus a box of Victorian and later iron Roman numeral house numbers. £50-80
313.    Selection of silver plate including butterfly wing picture of RMS Ascania, tobacco cases, tankards, port line engraved card tray. £40-60
314.    Early 20th cent. Opera glasses, Altex gilt trim with blue leather, cased. A green example contained in a green leather purse, miniature blue example contained in leather purse. £40-60
315.    Early 20th cent. Opera glasses, Dollond London, green leather stamp Dollond London cased, grey example contained in a velvet bag. Brown leather opera glasses contained in a red purse. Black leather Jumelle Duchess, uncased, unarmed black leather binoculars with miniature compass fitted to base, contained in purse. £50-80
316.    20th cent. Mother of pearl opera glasses, folding telescopic handle, contained in a blue velvet purse. Mother of pearl pocket example. £30-50
317.    Scientific/Mechanical Instruments: Swiss made satinwood mantel clock with brass pillars and inlay, unsigned. Plus ladies black Japanned opera glasses x 6 in a velvet lined leather case. £30-50
318.    Clocks: 19th/20th cent. German treen case table clock of small proportions, American Ansonia bedside brass body cylinder clock 1878 pat, retail Cater, Stuffel, & Fort Ltd. Bath. 2¼in. £50-60
319.    Early 20th cent. White metal art style French mantel clock, unsigned movement, 8 day, the body supported on four pillars on an oblong base. Approx. 7½in. x 7½in. Plus Garrard & Co. Luxor bedside clock (over-wound). £60-80
320.    Clocks: Early 20th cent. French ceramic mantel clock with cloisonne columns and inset decoration. The movement marked Medaille d'argent. 11½in. x 15in. £100-150
321.    Scientific Instruments: Compensated pocket barometer, gilt cased, dial 2in. diameter, signed Lawes & Rabjohn London SW1, 2583, minus suspension ring, red Morocco case. £80-120
322.    Clocks: 20th cent. French mantel clock plus a Bentima dome top. (2) £30-50
323.    20th cent. Miniature Binoculars: Coty ladies evening bag, fitted with opera glasses, compact, lipstick and fitted purse, the flap is decorated with a fan. Fata Morgana miniature binoculars in fitted mirror case. John Player miniature binoculars uncased, Rand Royal-View No. 2 cased, pocket binoculars 2.5 x 25. boxed. £80-120
324.    20th cent. Opera glasses and binoculars, Grodenstock Eldis, Trever Berlin. Miniature opera glasses, Brite Operette, black leather, Kershaw wide angle, all uncased. Plus Ruka miniature contained in a purse, black example cased, plus three composite examples. £50-70
325.    Photographic Equipment: 1960s Polaroid 104 hand camera in original leather satchel case with instructions. £20-40
326.    Photographic Equipment: Rubinar MC 500mm f5·6 Macro lens with sepia filter and case. £80-120
327.    Photographic Equipment: Analogue aluminium case containing a Canon AT-1 camera body, a Canon A-1 camera body, two 50mm 1:1·8 lens, a Vivitar 28 -200mm 1:3·5 - 5·3 telephoto lens, Soligor auto teleconverter and a selection of Cokin filters. £80-120
328.    Photographic Equipment: Analogue aluminium case containing a Canon F-1 fitted with a 28mm 1:2·8 lens, a Canon 70 - 210mm 1:4 telephoto lens, a power winder Canon Speedlight 5336, flash and assorted Cokin filters. Plus a photography bag containing a Canon AE-1 with 28mm 1:2·8 lens, a Canon 50mm 1:1·4 lens, and a collection of Cokin filters. £80-120
329.    20th cent. Oriental Ceramics & Metal Ware: Damascene style ovoid shaped vases with floral decoration - a pair 9in. a unmarked Satsuma ovoid vase 9in. plus inverted onion shape Cloisonné vase and cover 8ins. high and Arita plates x 2. £50-80
330.    Ceramics: 19th cent. Japanese vases, cobalt blue ground decorated with Geishas panels. 10ins. One repaired. £30-50
331.    20th cent. Chinese Ceramics: Small ovoid vase and cover. Famille rose with turquoise ground two panels depicting boy and girl, both bear Qianlong 4 character period mark. One A/F (chip to base and body crack)- a pair. £30-50
332.    Jewellery: Oriental Chinese jade bangle with silver fittings and a jade ring as a entwined band with gold fittings. £150-200
333.    Early 20th cent. Japanese blue and white bowl depicting children playing in a garden with fluted edge. Unsigned. Dia. 9½in. £20-40
334.    Oriental Objects of Virtue: Carved jade pale green lily pad and elephant, off white pig pendant, amethyst and green variegated tortoise. £80-100
335.    20th cent. Oriental: Carved treen netsuke, 2 frogs on a lily pad, 2 wrestlers, a zodiac ball and a carved cat. £30-50
336.    Dolls: Post war composite Chinese dolls 5in. (4). £20-40
337.    20th cent. Oriental Ceramics: Ceremonial tea basket of woven bamboo construction containing one porcelain teapot & two teacups. £30-50
338.    20th cent. Cloisonne and ceramic trinket pots, four miniatures in the form of apples, ceramic blue/white Abbey A/F. Plus embroidered silk example. £50-80
339.    20th cent. Oriental faux amber resin netsuke, and small animals (14). £30-50
340.    20th cent. Oriental glass snuff and perfume bottles (23). £50-80
341.    20th cent. Oriental carved soapstone and glass animals. Approx. 20. £30-50
342.    19th cent, Oriental Boxes: Oblong lacquer box, circular red lacquer box, lacquer and mother of pearl box and a cast metal peacock box. £50-80
343.    Chinese: 20th cent. Paintings on silk of gentlemen, signed top right (4). £60-80
344.    Embroidery: Late 19th/early 20th cent. Chinese silk needlepoint (2). 8in. x 23in. and 6in. x 14in. Plus late 19th/early 20th cent. Chinese silk needlepoint depicting birds. 11in. x 13in.
345.    Early 20th cent. Coloured glass wine decanter, bulbous form with flattened side, tall neck and pewter collar, minus stoppers, one green and one brown. Plus clear glass ships decanter. £40-60
345A.   19th cent. Bottles: Scammell Brothers Wells and Frome x 2, Hamilton Torpedo Matthew Millard Trowbridge, Idris London x 2, J. Aplin Lemonade Trowbridge, Goggs Tiverton Oak Hill Bath, plus another Tiverton, Parker Clevedon, Ushers Trowbridge. £40-60
346.    19th cent. and later medicine, condiments, cognac, whisky, feeding, ink, soda syphons, ceramic flasks x 2, plus American Warners safe kidney and liver cure brown embossed. £40-60
347.    Doulton Lambeth: Two tone harvest jugs, hallmarked silver collars, c1897, a matching pair. 6¾in. Stoneware jug commemorating the end of the Civil War 8½in. plus Royal Doulton simulated ware jack, black leather 8½in. and 7in. (2). Harvest ware hound handle jug Edith Kelsey, 4¼in. Royal Doulton hound handle jug, 5½in. (4).
348.    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. Royal Doulton: Greenman/Bacchus tankards. One green, one oatmeal. Two tankards. Approx. 9in. 1 A/F. Doulton & Watts: Stone glaze pitcher jug modeled with studies of hunting dogs taking down the deer, with impressed mark beneath 8in.
349.    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. Plus salt glaze Doulton Lambeth jug, 'Bread at Pleasure, drink by measure', decorated with swags in relief plus another example 'He that buys. Flesh Buys Bones'. Impressed Doulton Lambeth to base. 8in. and 6in. Annie Cupip Flornce Dennis Elizabeth Atkin. (2). Royal Doulton: Stoneware Salisbury kettle 10½in. x 2, two smaller kettles 7½in. x 2, gill 4½in. plus two handled bowl 3½in. made for Watson & Co, of Salisbury 1902-1956. (6).
350.    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 8in. plus a smaller example. (2). Queen Victoria jug 1997 jubilee, double portrait in a diamond shape with the flowers of the Union 8½in. 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). 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. Queen Victoria jubilee beaker, double embossed portrait with the symbols of the Union embossed round the rim, plus a matching cup 4in. and 5in. (2).

351.    Doulton Lambeth: Harvest ware teapots, 2 pint, 7in. 1 pint, and 1 pint (4¾in.) with replacement cover. (3) Tobacco Jars: Royal Doulton sprig ware, motto ware, cover A/F. Floral ware 'Thou can make yourself Happy' motto ware jug. (4)
352.    Royal Doulton: Stoneware motto jugs, 'Disdain me not it is most true jam of clay and so are you' 7½in. cream motto jug 'This is a good world to live in etc' 4in. plus motto jug 'Take fortune as you find her' decorated with relief medallions of Roman figure heads. Approx. 7in. (4). Dewars Whisky jug, decorated with applied rustic sprigging. Plus 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. £50-80
353.    Beswick: Dapple grey large racehorse model 1564, Arthur Gredington 1959/1982. £80-120
354.    Beswick: Cantering Shire and mare, brown. Arthur Gredington. (2) £60-80
355.    Beswick: Horse, brown facing right, plus chestnut turning right. £30-50
356.    Beswick: Arab stallion 'Bahram' Palamino gloss. Arthur Gredington. Plus Collie, brown and white 1814. £40-60
357.    20th cent. Ceramics: Karl Ens bird ornaments Golden Oriel on tree stump. 7½ins. Green Woodpecker also on a tree stump. Both minor chips. £40-60
358.    Beswick: Pheasant No. 1226, impressed mark beneath, and black Beswick stamp x 2. £40-60
359.    20th cent. Ceramics: Beswick birds, Goldfinch, Chaffinch, Great Tit, Grey Wagtail, Robin. Goebel Robin, Tit and Fire Crest. Adderley Robin, Blue Tit, Double Great Tits group. Plus a large Karl Ens Bird of Paradise A/F. £40-60
360.    20th cent. Ceramics: Six German porcelain figures of dancers with lace dresses, various Dresden marks. Sizes range from 3in. to 6in. high. Plus German (Thuringian) porcelain candlesticks, on scallop shell design, crowned N mark to base 6in. high, and a porcelain figure of a Georgian girl 6½in. high.
361.    20th cent. Ceramics: Royal Copenhagen Boy with Sailing Boat No. 3772, Little Horn Blower No. 3689, Bing and Grondahl baby figures (a pair), and three unmarked figures. £40-60
362.    20th cent. Ceramics: Two German (Thuringian) porcelain figures of a laundry woman & a fruit seller. Marked on the base with crowned N, 6½in. High. Plus two German porcelain figures of a Georgian Dandy & his lady. Marked on the base with crowned S, possibly Sitzendorf, 6in. high.
363.    Beswick: Barn Owl no. 1046, gloss, x 2. £40-60
364.    20th cent. Ceramics: Poole Pottery studio ware Bird Putler jug x 2, jam pot, pin dish, bears x 2, plus seal. £40-60
365.    19th/20th cent. Ceramics: Coalport Heron plate, copy of a Pratt engraving Ltd Edition no. 122 of 150, Royal Doulton Tiffany cup and saucer, Worcester plate decorated with gooseberry, Carlton are "Micardo" bowl and Derby and Delft plates A/F. £50-80
366.    20th cent. Ceramics: Royal Copenhagen Girl Feeding a Cow, model no. 779 plus a Boy with Cow, model no. 772. £70-100
367.    Royal Copenhagen: Sleeping Lambs no. 2769, Sleeping Piglets no. 685 and a Royal Doulton Lassie Dog. £70-100
368.    19th cent. Continental Ceramics: Figures of a gentleman and his lady, blue mark beneath two pitchforks, possible Triebner & Ens and Eckert 1877-1894 mark - a pair, plus a continental figure of a girl milking a cow a/f. £70-100
369.    19th cent. possible unmarked Vienna pin dishes, gilt ground. Three with female portraits, one with three children sitting on a fence. £40-60
370.    Ceramics: William Ratcliffe of Henley Staffordshire mugs decorated in a poly chrome pallet in the Chinoiserie style. 4½in. Starburst firing crack to both bases. £60-80
371.    Pottery & Porcelain: 1880s Art Nouveau Doulton Lambeth vase 'Spring' designed by J.H. McLennan. Chip to base. H11in. £40-60
372.    Ceramics: Late 19th/early 20th cent. Lambeth Doulton vase converted to a lamp, applied decoration taking the form of flowers. 13½in. £80-120
373.    Early 20th cent. Nursery Ceramics: Staywarm dish, pink with transfer print of children at play, and a plate with nursery print of a dairy maid. £20-40
374.    19th cent. Ceramics: Royal Worcester coffee cup and saucer, ivory ground decorated with embossed gilt leaves, restored, undecorated cup, hard paste continental coffee can. £20-30
375.    Late 19th/early 20th cent. Ceramics: Wedgwood Blue Jasperware biscuit barrels, plate borders and covers, swing handle, decorated with classical scenes. Dudson blue/white jug, impressed mark to base. 7in. £40-60
376.    Early 20th cent. Ceramics: Unmarked Coalport part dessert service, comport, server dish x 2, tureens with covers on stands - a pair, green ground, gilt border with floral panels. £50-80
377.    19th cent. & later Glassware: Decanters, claret jugs x 2 mallet shape with three ring neck and cut side, canister shape with canted sides, bulbous sherry with long neck, small ship decanter with silver hallmarked collar, celery glass with minor chips, spare tops glasses. £40-60
377A.   19th cent. Glass: Candlesticks, glass stick with air twist column, circular base, plus another cut glass example. £30-50
378.    20th cent. Lymington glass style ship in a bottle table lamp. Will need rewiring. One lamp The Barque Water Witch. £40-60
379.    20th cent. Lymington style ship in a bottle table lamp, "Tea Clipper", will need complete rewiring.
380.    Red Art Glass: Tall decanter, two slender vases, plus one other. £20-40
381.    20th cent. Glassware: Blenko hand crafted American glass, tangerine crackle tall decanter, tangerine shaded decanter, basket with clear glass handle, tangerine ribbed pitcher, shaded long neck fluted vases - a pair. 7 items. £40-60
382.    20th cent. Glassware: Blue overlay cut glass vase with flower spray panels. 11in. Blue overlay cut glass vase on square clear glass base. (2). £40-60
383.    20th cent. Retro design blue, green shaded glass vase, minor chip to base. £20-40
384.    20th cent. Glass: Mats Jonasson crystal sculpture, deer running through grass, approx. 7½in. x 8ins. signed to base. Art glass vase etched with two children looking at flying birds. 5½in. x 5½in. £50-80
385.    20th cent. Studio Glass: Unsigned iridescent paperweight, red Isle of Wight, pale blue Gozo three sided vase, Phoenilian ware Malta plus green flat sided flask, possibly Siddy Langley (indistinct signature) 12 items. £60-100
386.    20th cent. Glass: John Ditchfield cobalt blue studio glass disc paperweight decorated with a lily pads, surmounted with a frog, etched J. Ditchfield Glasform to base, also gilt seal. £120-150
387.    19th cent. Glass: Blue Nailsea rolling pin, commemorating the Great Eastern, worn condition, (present from Newcastle). Approx. 15in. £60-100
388.    Hallmarked Silver & Glass: Art style and other perfume and cologne bottles, examples include red and swirl glass, green art deco, plain and engraved. £50-80
389.    20th cent. Glass: Mdina seahorse with blue/green base x 2, blue bulbous vase, blue/green overlay vase, blue/green wide neck vase, Maltese cross seal. Brown square vase, blue/green short neck vase. All examples are signed Mdina to base. £50-80
390.    20th cent. Studio Glass: Coloured and opalescent glass, vases, paperweights, jugs, etc. 31 examples. £40-60
391.    19th cent. & Later Glass: Venetian blue glass and silver flashed decanter and four glasses, cranberry jug and two glasses, Hamille amethyst miniature vase x 2, amethyst bull neck jug, and other coloured glass. £30-50
392.    20th cent. Glass: Murano Clown, Cockerel with label, blue fish, stylised Cockerel, end of day jugs. A/F. £30-50
393.    20th cent. Carnival Glass: Green ground petrol three footed bowl organic design, wavy edge bowl with grape and peacock, plus poppy design a pair (4). £30-50
394.    20th cent. Carnival Glass: Petrol blue 'good luck' bowl, cherry bowl, peacock dish. (3) Orange ground petrol bowls x 4, two handled bowls x 2, jug. Miscellaneous sizes. 10 in total. £40-60
395.    Hallmarked Silver Flatware: Three dessert spoons, rattail pattern, mixed dates. Total weight 4·9oz. £60-80
396.    Hallmarked Silver: To include mixed flatware, teaspoons, 18th cent. and later. 12oz. £120-180
397.    Hallmarked Georgian & Victorian Flatware: Assorted teaspoons, mixed dates. Total weight 11·69oz. £150-200
398.    Hallmarked Georgian & Victorian Silver Flatware: Seven mustard spoons and two salt spoons, mixed dates. Total weight 4oz. £50-80
399.    Hallmarked Georgian Silver Flatware: Five dessert spoons, Kings pattern handle, all dated 1836. Total weight 9·4oz. £110-150
400.    Hallmarked Georgian Silver Flatware: Nine dessert forks, all Kings pattern, all dated 1824. Total weight 17·28oz. £210-250
401.    Hallmarked Victorian Silver Flatware: One fork hallmarked Sheffield, one fish knife hallmarked London and one fruit spoon hallmarked Sheffield. Total weight 4·16oz. £50-80
402.    Hallmarked Georgian/Victorian Silver Flatware: Seven table forks, Old English pattern, mixed dates. Total weight 16·47oz. £200-250
403.    Hallmarked Georgian Silver Flatware: Nine table forks, all Kings pattern handle, all dated 1784. Total weight 30·3oz. £360-400
404.    Hallmarked Georgian Silver Flatware: Four tablespoons, Old English pattern, mixed dates, Wallace & Lowe crests. Total weight 9·64oz. £120-150
405.    Hallmarked Victorian Silver Flatware: Five tablespoons, Old English pattern, all dated 1854. Total weight 11·96oz. £140-180
406.    Hallmarked Georgian Silver Flatware: Six tablespoons Kings pattern, all dated 1836. Total weight 18·8oz. £230-250
407.    Hallmarked Georgian Silver Flatware: Twelve table forks, Old English pattern,mixed dates, Wallace & Lowe crests. Total weight 32·4oz. £390-410
408.    Hallmarked Georgian Silver Flatware: Seven dessert forks, Old English pattern, mixed dates. Total weight 10oz. £120-150
409.    Hallmarked Georgian Silver Flatware: Six tablespoons, all Old English pattern, mixed dates. Total weight 12·51oz. £150-200
410.    Hallmarked Victorian Silver Flatware: Six table forks, all Old English pattern, dated 1854. Total weight 15·28oz. £180-200
411.    Hallmarked Georgian Silver Flatware: A pair of sauce ladles, Old English pattern, dated 1812. Total weight 3·46oz. £40-60
412.    Hallmarked Georgian Silver Flatware: Nine dessert spoons, Old English pattern, mixed dates, Wallace & Lowe crests. Total weight 14·3oz. £170-200
413.    Hallmarked Victorian Silver Flatware: Four dessert spoons, Old English pattern, all dated 1854. Total weight 6·79oz. £80-120
414.    Hallmarked Georgian Silver Flatware: On basting spoon Old English pattern, dated 1810, weight 4·2oz. and one sauce ladle, Kings pattern, dated 1831, Wallace crest. Weight 2·43oz. £80-120
415.    Hallmarked Georgian Silver Flatware: Two sauce ladles. Old English pattern, one hallmarked London 1837 and one Dublin 1834. Wallace crest, total weigh 4oz. £50-80
416.    Hallmarked Silver: Replica Roman spoon with Christogram engraved in bowl, Birmingham 1968. 1oz. £50-80
417.    Hallmarked Silver: 20th cent. Capstan inkwell, Birmingham hallmarked. 6in. £30-50
418.    Hallmarked Silver: Mixed silver to include bon bon dish, cigarette case, silver 3d, snuff box, ivory letter opener (1923). 16oz.
419.    Hallmarked Victorian Silver: Four embossed bowls, three with leaf and floral decoration, and one with mask and scroll decoration. French 18th cent. origin with London import stamp 1886. Total weight 8·74oz. £100-150
420.    Hallmarked Silver: Candlesticks A/F. hallmarked Birmingham 1919 plus a hallmarked silver pen wiper, hallmarked Birmingham 1911. £40-60
421.    Hallmarked Silver: Four napkin rings, two hallmarked London and Birmingham and two Australian with Fairfax and Robson mark and platains mark, also stamped STG and a child's spoon and pusher, hallmarked Birmingham. Total weight 6·88oz. £80-120
422.    Hallmarked Silver: Napkin rings (3), two hallmarked London and one Birmingham. Weight of the three 3oz. £40-60
423.    Hallmarked Silver: 19th cent. Goblet London 6·5oz. £60-80
424.    Hallmarked Silver: Pair of silver sauce boats, stood on three feet with C scroll handles, hallmarked Birmingham 1926. Total weight 6·2oz. £70-100
425.    Hallmarked Silver: Sugar bowl, scroll handles, hallmarked London 1922. Weight 6·79oz. £80-120
426.    Hallmarked Silver: Condiments, three mustard pots, two salts and one pepper pot. Hallmarked London and Birmingham, mixed dates. Total weight 10·3oz. £120-150
427.    Hallmarked Victorian Silver: Bon Bon dishes with embossed scroll decoration, one hallmarked London 1894 and one London 1896 and four heart shaped bon bon dishes, hallmarked 1893. Total weight 8·95oz. £110-150
428.    Hallmarked Silver: 19th cent. and later to include bob bon dish, inkwell, etc. 14oz. £150-250
429.    Hallmarked Silver: Mixed silver to include bowls, napkin rings, etc. Approx. 10·7oz. £100-150
430.    Jewellery: White metal, eight bracelets and five necklets, all test as silver. Total weight 6·60oz. £80-100
431.    White Metal: Oval wire toast rack, tests as silver, stood on four feet NB: One engraved with th Hood family crest on one foot. Weight 3·06oz. £70-100
432.    Hallmarked Silver: Pierced bon bon dish, silver topped glass inkwell, small powder pot, silver and yellow metal medallion, and a small white metal charm bracelet. 3·1oz. Inclusive. £40-60
433.    Hallmarked Silver: 19th cent. and later to include rum label, tea strainer, etc. 6oz. £70-100
434.    Diamond ring half hoop six brilliant cut stones, estimated 0·45ct. set white gold stamped 750 18ct. tested. 2·5g. Inclusive. £200-300
435.    Gold Jewellery: Stamped 18ct. ring set with two old cut diamonds 0.20ct. total with a central rectangular cut orange sapphire, estimated weight 0.25ct. 4·4g. Inclusive. £300-350
436.    Hallmarked Jewellery: Diamond crossover ring set with a single brilliant cut stone estimated weight 0·45ct. hallmarked London. Weight 4·4g. £550-700
437.    Diamond wishbone ring set with nine brilliant cut stones, estimated weight 0·35ct. stamped and tested 585. 2·5g. Inclusive £100-200
438.    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. £450-500
439.    Diamond solitaire earrings each set in white gold, test 18ct. 0·40 the pair, weight inclusive 1g. £400-600
440.    Diamond ring brilliant cut white metal set stamped and tested 18ct. and platinum, estimated weight of stone 0·45ct. Weight 2·05g. Inclusive. £500-700
441.    Jewellery: White metal rings. All four set with coloured and white synthetic stones. All tests as 18ct. white gold. Total weight of the four 8·4g. £240-280
442.    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. £300-400
443.    Hallmarked Jewellery: Two 9ct. gold rings, one set lapis lazuli and the other one set with diamonds. Both hallmarked Sheffield. Total weight of the two 8·4g. £110-150
444.    Jewellery: Three white metal rings, one set with emeralds, one set with a yellow sapphire and diamonds and one set with a peridot. All tests as 18ct. white gold. Total weight of the three 4·8g. £160-200
445.    Hallmarked Jewellery: 18ct. Bands, one plain hallmarked Chester and one engraved and hallmarked Birmingham. Total weight of the two 10g. £280-300
446.    Jewellery: Two yellow metal rings, one set with blue and white moissanite, the other with white synthetic sapphires. Both test 9ct. gold. Total weight of the two 7·1g. £100-150
447.    Hallmarked Jewellery: 22ct. Gold ring set with an oval opal and two seed pearls. Weight 3·9g. £140-180
448.    Hallmarked Jewellery: 18ct. Gold crossover ring set with seven brilliant cut diamonds (known weight 0·33ct.) hallmarked London. Weight 4·3g. £180-200
449.    Jewellery: Yellow metal rings, both test as 14ct. gold. Total weight of the two 10·1g £200-250
450.    Hallmarked Jewellery: Three 18ct. gold rings. Total weight of the three 7·5g. £200-250
451.    Hallmarked Jewellery: Two 9ct. gold rings, one set with a blue topaz, the other with a peridot and twenty-three 8 cut diamonds. Both hallmarked Birmingham. Weight of the two 11·4g. £150-200
452.    Hallmarked Jewellery: Three 9ct. gold rings, one plain, one with garnets and diamonds and the other with amethyst and diamonds, one hallmarked London and two Birmingham. Weight of the three 11·1g. £150-200
453.    Hallmarked Jewellery: Two 9ct. gold rings, one set with an oval moss agate, the other with an oval tigers eye, one hallmarked London, the other Birmingham. Weight of the two 11·4g. £150-200
454.    Hallmarked Jewellery: 9ct. Gold bracelet set with thirteen oval cabochon cut blue and green opal style stones. Hallmarked Birmingham. Weight 14·4g. £170-200
455.    19th cent. 9ct. gold (tested) mourning bracelet. 23·4g in total. £100-120
456.    Hallmarked Jewellery: 9ct. Gold paper chase link chain. Length 32¼ins. Hallmarked London. Weight 13·4g. £180-200
457.    Hallmarked Jewellery: 9ct. Gold hinged bangle (scrap) hallmarked Chester. Weight 6·8g. £90-120
458.    Jewellery: Yellow metal rings (5), one set with a cornelian, one with quartz, one with a tigers eye, one with blue topaz and one with diamonds. All test as 9ct. gold. Weight of the five 9·5g. £120-150
459.    Victorian yellow metal long guard chain, trace links with pierced sections. Length 57½ins. Tests as 9ct. gold. Weight 34·6g. £450-500
460.    Jewellery: Yellow metal pendants, one in the form of a lapis lazuli elephant, the other circular jade with a pierced front depicting a dragon. Both test as 14ct. gold. Weight of the two 10g. £80-120
461.    Jewellery: Yellow and white metal bar brooches. The white metal set with a sapphire, yellow metal with an opal, the other yellow metal with opals and diamonds. All test as 9ct. gold. Total weight 8·3g. (3). £120-150
462.    Jewellery: Yellow metal pendants (3), one cameo, one garnet and pearl and one citrine. All tests as 9ct. gold, and a 9ct. gold cross, hallmarked Birmingham. Total weight of the four 7·7g. Plus yellow metal pierced verge balance cocks from pocket watches (five in total), all test as gilt. £100-150
463.    Jewellery: Three 9ct. gold chains, one rope link and two S link, hallmarked Birmingham. Total weight of the three 11·7g. £150-200
464.    19th cent. Yellow metal mourning brooch, plus two other brooches. £40-60
465.    Hallmarked Jewellery: 9ct. Gold paper chase link chain. Length 27½ins. Hallmarked London. Weight 11·3g. £150-200
466.    Hallmarked Gold: Masonic 9ct stick pin with blue enamel compass and set square emblem, 2in. 2g. £30-40
467.    Hallmarked Jewellery: 9ct. Gold four rings and one box link bracelet, hallmarked Birmingham and Sheffield. Total weight 14·3g. £170-200
468.    Hallmarked Jewellery: Two 9ct. gold rings, one set with a garnet and cultured pearls, and one set with white sapphires. One hallmarked Chester and the other London. Weight of the two 5·8g. £80-120
469.    Jewellery: Two yellow metal rings, one set with five sapphires and eight diamonds, the other with one sapphire and six diamonds. Both tests as 9ct. gold. Total weight of the two rings 5·4g. £100-150
470.    Hallmarked Jewellery: Four 9ct. gold rings, one set with amethyst, one with peridot and diamonds, one with emeralds and diamonds, one with citrine and diamond. Two are hallmarked London and two Birmingham.
Total weight of the four rings 10·1g. £150-200
471.    Jewellery: Yellow metal two rings one set with yellow sapphires and diamonds and one set with a blue topaz, both test as 9ct. gold. Weight of (2) 6·7g. £100-120
472.    Jewellery: Two yellow metal rings, one set with aquamarine and diamonds and one set with green tourmaline and diamonds. Both test as 18ct. gold. Total weight of the two 7·9g. £250-300
473.    Hallmarked Jewellery: Two hallmarked 9ct. gold rings, one set with a rectangular jade with a diamond either side, the other set with six 8 cut diamond. Both hallmarked Birmingham. Total weight of the two 8·1g. £150-200
474.    Hallmarked Jewellery: Three 9ct. gold rings, one set with citrine, one set with yellow sapphires and diamonds as a half hoop and one set with peridot and diamond as a half hoop. Two hallmarked London and one Birmingham. Total weight of (3) 9·3g. £150-200
475.    Jewellery: Yellow metal three rings one set with sapphires and diamonds as a half hoop, one set with a double row of diamonds as a half hoop, and one set with peridot and diamonds as a crossover. All test as 9ct. gold. Total weight of (3) 10g. £160-200
476.    Jewellery: Yellow metal ring, set with a single brilliant cut diamond as a crossover. Estimated weight of the diamonds 0·10ct. tests as 18ct. gold. Weight 6·8g. £220-250
477.    Jewellery: Two yellow metal rings, one set with an oval cut emerald with six brilliant cut diamonds either side, the other set with three round emeralds and six 8 cut diamonds. Both test as 18ct. gold. Total weight of the two rings 6·8g. £250-300
478.    Hallmarked Jewellery: Three 9ct. gold rings, one set with a single amethyst, one with sapphires, and one with peridot and diamonds. All hallmarked Birmingham. Total weight of (3) 10g. £160-200
479.    Jewellery: Two yellow metal rings, one set with sapphires in a wishbone style and one set with an aquamarine and diamonds as a crossover. Both test as 14ct. gold. Total weight of the two 7·8g. £150-200
480.    Jewellery: White metal ring, set with an oval cut ruby, estimated weight of 1·00ct. with three brilliant cut diamonds either side. Estimated weight of (6) 0·3ct. Tests as 18ct. white gold. Weight 1·8g. £200-250
481.    Hallmarked Jewellery: 18ct. Gold ring set with an oval black opal. Hallmarked Sheffield. Weight 4·9g. £180-200
482.    Jewellery: Yellow and white metal ring set with a blue topaz and two 8 cut diamonds, tests as 9ct. gold. Weight 3·2g. £60-80
483.    Jewellery: Yellow metal ring set with a brilliant cut diamond. Known weight 0·25ct. set in white metal, tests as 18ct. gold. weight 5·6g. £220-250
484.    Hallmarked Jewellery: 9ct Gold ring set with an oval cabochon cut opal, hallmarked Birmingham. Weight 1·9g. £40-60
485.    Hallmarked Jewellery: 9ct. Gold crossover ring, set with three marquise cut citrine, hallmarked Birmingham. Weight 2·5g. £40-60
486.    Jewellery: Yellow metal ring set with an oval cut synthetic alexandrite, tests as 9ct. gold. Weight 7·6g. £100-150
487.    Hallmarked Jewellery: 9ct. Gold ring set with an oval citrine, hallmarked London convention mark. Weight 3·2g. £50-80
488.    Jewellery: Yellow metal ring set with an oval citrine with a 8 cut diamond and pear shaped opal either side, tests as 14ct. gold. Weight 2·5g. £70-100
489.    Hallmarked Jewellery: 9ct. Gold signet ring set with an oval cut cornelian, hallmarked London. Weight 1·4g. £40-60
490.    Jewellery: Yellow metal ring set with an oval cut citrine, tests as 9ct. gold. Weight 2·1g. £40-60
491.    Hallmarked Jewellery: 9ct. Gold ring in the form of a cluster, set with a blue topaz, surrounded by cubic zirconian. Hallmarked London. Weight 2·2g. £40-60
492.    Hallmarked Jewellery: 9ct. Gold ring set with four round aquamarines as a half hoop. Hallmarked Birmingham. Weight 4·1g. £70-100
493.    Hallmarked Jewellery: 9ct. Gold wishbone ring set in white gold with twenty four 8 cut diamonds. Known diamond weight 0·15. Hallmarked London. Weight 2·1g. £40-60
494.    Jewellery: Yellow metal ring set with cubic zirconian, tests as 9ct. gold. Weight 4·4g. £80-120
495.    Hallmarked Jewellery: 9ct. Gold ring set with two large and three small peridot. Hallmarked Birmingham. Weight 3·8g. £70-100
496.    Hallmarked Jewellery: 9ct. Gold band with a lapis lazuli set in a diagonal line. Hallmarked Birmingham. Weight 2·6g. £50-80
497.    Hallmarked Jewellery: 9ct. Gold ring set with a round blue topaz with cubic zirconian set shoulders. Hallmarked Birmingham. Weight 7·3g. £130-150
498.    Jewellery: Yellow metal ring set with a rectangular cut citrine, tests as 9ct. gold. Weight 4·7g. £80-120
499.    Jewellery: Two yellow metal rings, one set with three oval amethysts, and one with a citrine centre and diamond and citrine set shoulders. Both tests as 9ct. gold. Total weight of two rings 8·6g. £150-200
500.    Hallmarked Jewellery: Two 9ct. gold rings, one set with five oval emeralds and the other with an oval opal. Both hallmarked London. Total weight of the two rings 6·9g. £130-150
501.    Hallmarked Jewellery: Two 9ct. gold rings, one set with garnet, the other an oval amethyst. Both hallmarked London. Total weight of the two rings 5·7g. £100-150
502.    Hallmarked Jewellery: 9ct. Gold ring set with an oval lapis lazuli, hallmarked Birmingham. Weight 1·9g. £40-60
503.    Jewellery: Yellow metal ring set with an oval cut amethyst with five 8 cut diamonds either side, tests as 9ct. gold , weight 2·1g.
A yellow metal ring set with a rectangular blue topaz with three 8 cut diamonds either side, tests as 9ct. gold, weight 2·5g.
9ct. Gold ring set with four rectangular cut peridot as a half hoop, hallmarked London import stamp, weight 2.·g.
Total weight of the three rings 6·8g. £150-200
504.    Hallmarked Jewellery: 9ct. Gold ring set with a rectangular cut tigers eye, hallmarked London, weight 1·9g. plus a yellow metal ring set with a cats eye, tests as 9ct. gold, weight 3·4g.
Total weight of the two rings 5·3g. £90-120
505.    Hallmarked Jewellery: 9ct. Gold ring set with a turquoise, carved with a lady's head. Hallmarked London. Weight 2·6g. £50-80
506.    Hallmarked Jewellery: 9ct. Gold ring in the form of a kite, shaped cluster peg set 10 white gold with sixteen brilliant cut diamonds. Estimated weight of (16) 0·50ct. hallmarked Sheffield. Weight 3·5g. £120-150
507.    Jewellery: Yellow metal ring set with a round cabochon cut jade, tests as 14ct. gold. Weight 3·5g. £100-150
508.    Jewellery: Yellow metal ring set with a rectangular cut blue topaz, tets as 9ct. gold. Weight 4·7g. £80-120
509.    Hallmarked Jewellery: Three 9ct. gold rings, one set with five graduated oval cut garnets, hallmarked Birmingham, weight 1·3g. One with marquise shaped set with opals, weight 5·2g and the other one set with blue and white sapphires as a cluster, weight 2·8g. Both hallmarked Birmingham. Total weigh of the three rings 9·3g.
Plus a yellow metal ring set with a square cut orange sapphire, tests as 9ct. gold. Weight 2g. £200-250
510.    Jewellery: Yellow metal ring, half hoop crossover, one side set with seven graduated round cut sapphires estimated weight of (7)( 0·20ct). The other side set with seven graduated brilliant cut diamonds, estimated weight of (7) 0·17ct. tests as 14ct. Weight 2·9g. £80-120
511.    Jewellery: Yellow metal oval hinged engraved locket, tests as 18ct. gold. Plus an 18ct. leaf brooch set with turquoise, hallmarked London. Total weight 11·4g. £300-350
512.    Hallmarked Jewellery: 22ct. Yellow gold band, hallmarked London. Weight 2·1g. £80-120
513.    Jewellery: Yellow metal ring with a split head, one side set with turquoise, the other side with malachite, tests as 14ct. Weight 5·2g. £120-150
514.    Hallmarked Jewellery: 9ct. Gold cross, hallmarked London and two yellow metal items, one stick pin and one brooch. Both test as 9ct. gold. Total weight of the three pieces 5·3g.
515.    Hallmarked Jewellery: 9ct. Gold curb link bracelet, hallmarked Birmingham. Weight 4g. £80-120
516.    Hallmarked Jewellery: 18ct. Gold floral cluster circle set with a round sapphire, estimated weight 0·25ct. surrounded by eight 8 cut diamonds, estimated weight of (8) 0·50ct. Hallmarked Sheffield. Weight 2·6g. £120-150
517.    Jewellery: Yellow metal ring set with an oval cut sapphire, estimated weight 0·50ct. with a trefoil of brilliant cut diamonds either side, estimated weight of (6) 0·40ct. Tests as 18ct gold. Weight 3·7g. £150-180
518.    Hallmarked Jewellery: 9ct. Gold ring set with a sapphire surrounded by cubic zirconia and a pendant of the same style attached to a box link chain. Import stamp for Sheffield. Total weight 8·2g. £150-200
519.    Jewellery: 9ct. pendant, mounted half sovereign Queen Elizabeth II, dated 1982, hallmarked Birmingham. Total weight 6g. £150-200
520.    Coins: Half Sovereigns (2) 1913 and 1914. £300-350
521.    Coins: Half Sovereigns (2) 1909 and 1912. £300-350
522.    Jewellery: Triple row necklet of graduated simulated pearls, plus bracelet also of simulated pearls. £20-30
523.    Hallmarked Jewellery: 9ct. Gold ring triple row half hoop, middle row being baguette cut diamonds, estimated weight 0·30ct. each outer set with round cut emeralds, estimated weight 0·50ct. Hallmarked London. Weight 3·5g. £80-120
524.    Jewellery: Yellow metal ring set with three rectangular cut peridot, tests as 9ct. gold. Weight 4g. £70-100
525.    Jewellery: Yellow metal ring set with five diamonds, estimated weight of (5) 0·08ct. Tests as 9ct. gold. Weight 4·4g. £90-120
526.    Jewellery: Yellow metal ring set with four rectangular cut sapphires one purple, pink, blue, and green, estimated weight of (4) 0·40ct. Tests as 18ct. gold. Weight 5g. £180-200
527.    Hallmarked Jewellery: 9ct. Gold ring, triple row crossover, centre row set with five oval tanzanite, estimated weight of (5) 0·50ct. Each outer row set with five 8 cut diamonds, estimated weight of (10) 0·15ct. hallmarked London weight 2·6g. £60-80
528.    Hallmarked Jewellery: 9ct. Gold ring set with three amethyst, estimated weight of (3) 0·50ct. hallmarked London, weight 2·6g. £50-80
529.    Hallmarked Jewellery: 9ct. Gold ring, three row half hoop set with fifteen various coloured stones, sapphires, rubies and Aquamarines. Hallmarked London, weight 3·4g. £60-80
530.    Jewellery: Yellow metal ring set with a rectangular cut blue topaz, estimated weight 2·25ct. with a single 8 cut diamond either side, tests as 14ct. gold. Weight 1·9g. £50-80
531.    Jewellery: Yellow metal ring set with ten rectangular cut sapphires as a half hoop, estimated weight of (10) sapphires 0·50ct. tests as 9ct. gold. Weight 3·7g. £60-80
532.    Jewellery: Yellow metal ring set with an oval Jade centre, with a rose cut diamond either side, tests as 14ct. gold. Weight 3·8g. £100-150
533.    Jewellery: Yellow metal ring set with an oval amethyst, test as 9ct. Weight 3·2g. £60-80
534.    Jewellery: Yellow metal ring set with three oval cut sapphires. Estimated weight of (3) 1·75ct. teats as 18ct. gold. Weight 3·8g. £130-150
535.    Jewellery: Yellow metal ring set with three oval cut green garnets, estimated weight of (3) 1·00ct. with a pair of 8 cut diamonds either side, tests as 9ct. gold. Weight 1·8g. £40-60
536.    Jewellery: Yellow metal ring set with two lozenge cut blue topaz and three 8 cut diamonds, tests as 18ct. gold. Weight 4·7g. £170-200
537.    Jewellery: Japanese Damascene butterfly pendants plus similar bracelets. £50-80
538.    Jewellery: Japanese Damascene heart, fall and geometric shape bracelets (7). £50-80
539.    Jewellery: Japanese Damascene square & rectangular bracelets (6). £50-80
540.    Jewellery: White metal, one necklet with a shell pendant, one ring and one pendant. All tests as silver, and one hallmarked silver necklet. £40-60
541.    Jewellery: Twenty eight various white metal dress rings, most stamped 925. All test a silver. Total weight of the twenty-eight 172·5g. £100-150
542.    Designer Jewellery: Three white metal necklets, one set with marcasite, one being a leather torque with white metal fittings and a hinged pendant attached, set with a piece of amber and one being a cobra link chain with a quartz pendant attached. All test as silver. Weight of the three 153g. £90-120
543.    Designer Jewellery: White metal consisting of five necklets and four pendants. Most stamped 925. All test as silver. Total weight 168·8g. £90-120
544.    Designer Jewellery: White metal, all stamped 925, consisting of three bracelets, seven rings, one pair of earrings. All test as silver. Total weight 222·4g. £130-180
545.    20th cent. Hallmarked silver and white metal. Hockey medal, geometric cross and chain plus link necklace unmarked tests silver, with Tiffany 'Please return' tag marked 925. Approx. 2½oz. £50-70
546.    20th cent. White metal nursing buckle. £30-50
547.    Watches: Pierre Nicol pendant watch, Sekonda pocket watch, and a gents Timex day - date bracelet watch. Plus ladies Pierre Nicol, Accurist, Citron, and one cocktail. (4)
548.    Watches: Novelty silver brooch watch by Commette in the form of a Swiss cuckoo clock set with marcasite. £40-60
549.    Watches: Lady's and Gent's Sekonda quartz watches, gold plated case and bracelet. £30-50
550.    Watches: "Gewa" art deco tank style watch 15 Rubis hallmarked silver case Dennison Birmingham 1922. Engraved case Royal cipher, coronet with AA cajoined or M beneath. £80-100
551.    Watches: Gents and ladies gold plated and stainless steel rotary, plus ladies Reffex, Renova, Citron, and one other. Plus triple row necklet of graduated simulated pearls, plus bracelet also of simulated pearls. £40-60
552.    Jewellery: Japanese Damascene cigarette case, Temple with Fuji in the background plus another Egyptian example Pyramid and camels plus Egyptian white metal Niello style. £50-80
553.    Smoking Requisites: 19th cent. Meerschaum pipe body decorated with carved fighting horses, no stem, in velvet lined leather case. £40-60
554.    Hallmarked Jewellery: 9ct. Gold propelling pencil, Samson Mordan, hallmarked London 1931. £80-120
555.    Pens: Mont Blanc Meisterstuck number 149 fountain pen. £120-150
556.    20th cent. Smocking related items, white metal art deco style, two compartment cigar box, brass express, cigarette box, hallmarked silver vesta case, plus yellow metal examples. £30-50
557.    Objects of Virtu: 19th cent. Bergman style cold painted bronze of a pair of chickens with impressed stamp Gershultz - 12292. £60-80