Fine Art Antiques & Collectables Auction on
Saturday 24th October 2020

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1.      20th cent. Oak bureau bookcase with glazed top and turned stretchers. £40-60
2.      Art Deco: Geometric design mirror with five individual mirrors fixed to treen backboard. 20½ins. x 13ins. £30-50
3.      20th cent. Oak Globe Wernecke style glass fronted bookcase with three shelves. Height 46ins. Width 34ins. Depth 11ins. £80-120
4.      19th cent. Pine corner cabinet with later additions, in two sections with hinged doors. Height 76ins. Width 34½ins. £50-80
5.      Contemporary bespoke oak dresser made by Cheverell Furniture at a cost of over £2000. 53ins. x 87ins. x 21ins. £100-150
6.      20th cent. Painted white Globe Wernecke style glass fronted bookcase with three shelves. Height 45ins. Width 34ins. Depth 10ins. £50-80
7.      Ephemera: Late 19th/early 20th cent. Christmas cards presented mounted in a frame. 24ins. x 19ins. £30-50
8.      Prints: Selection of prints, various subjects and various sizes. Framed and glazed. Plus Alison Holt needlework on linen Georgian House and Garden, Coloured etchings Notre Dame x 2, Lithoprint of Ducks all famed and glazed. Humorous hunting prints (8) 6 framed and glazed, 2 no glass.
9.      Books: 19th cent. and later to include Galerie Antique Collection Paris, Art Journal, Where the Rainbow Ends, etc. £80-100
10.     Books: 19th cent. and later, twenty two titles to include The Birds, The Twisted Tree by Frank Baker, both signed by author, plus Madame Tussauds of France. £40-60
11.     Books: Sixty modern titles on art and artists, including Michelangelo and His Life's Work, The Queen's Pictures, The Norwich School, Romanticism and Victorian Painting. (3 crates) £40-60
12.     Books: Modern titles on art and artists including Constable the Painter, Bloomsbury Portraits, The Artists Craft and the Nude, etc. (3 boxes) £40-60
13.     Books: Modern titles on houses and gardens, to include Classic English Townhouse, A Wiltshire House, Victorians at Home, etc. (2 boxes) £40-60
14.     Books: Modern titles on houses and gardens, to include Country Houses of England, The Elements of Style, The English Country Today, etc. ( 3 boxes) £40-60
15.     Books: Antiquarian and later, twenty titles on various subjects including Selected Poems by Francis Thompson, The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett, etc. Some first editions. £40-60
16.     Books: 19th cent. and later, eighteen titles on various subjects including The Strand Magazine, Portraits of a Village, Palace Plays, etc. £30-50
17.     Books: 19th cent. and later, seventeen titles on various subjects including Sporting Magazine 1857, Brief Candles by Aldous Huxley, The City of the Soul, etc. £30-50
18.     Books: 19th cent. and later, eighteen titles on various subjects including Noblesse Oblige by Nancy Mitford, Together and Apart by Margaret Kennely, and Sitwells England, etc. £30-50
19.     Books: Modern titles to include The War Path, Girl in a Green Gown, The Strangest Family, etc. (2 boxes) £40-60
20.     Books: Modern titles on various subjects including Miller's Antique Price Guide, British Transfer Printed Pottery, Colour and Culture, and The Grand Tour, etc. £40-60
21.     19th cent. Ceramics: Unsigned part dinner service 'Cherry Blossom' pattern consisting of four graduated serving plates, two vegetable tureens with lids and saucers, two sauce boats with lids, saucers and one serving ladle, twelve dinner plates, twelve fish plates, and twelve side plates. (48 pieces) £30-50
22.     20th cent. Ceramics: Japonesque style porcelain, plus a German part tea service with putty decoration, a Gladstone part tea service and six Crown Royal rose decorated teacups and saucers. (3 boxes) £40-60
23.     20th cent. Ceramics & Glass: Four large Edwardian decorative vases, two glass pansy stem neck vases, and two glass oil lamps. £30-50
24.     20th cent. Ceramics & Pewter Ware: British and German tankards and steins (10), Toby jugs (3), one pint (3), and half pint pewter tankards. £30-50
25.     20th cent. Ceramics: Selection of blue and white pottery to include Adams, Woods, Copeland, and modern Dutch Delft. £30-50
26.     20th cent. Glassware: Large selection of glasses, tumblers, and brandy. £30-50
27.     20th cent. Glass: Six whisky glasses by Thomas Webb, boxed. Three ring neck sherry decanter with bullseye stoppers, bon bon dishes, etc. 1 box. £20-30
28.     20th cent. Ceramics: Terracotta bread bin and cider barrel plus a miniature Dominoes set and a harmonica. £30-50
29.     19th and 20th cent. Fabric/Lacework: Including doilies, place mats, collars, etc. 1 box. Plus a Spanish wall hanging of a bull fighting study. £20-30
30.     Metalware: 19th-20th cent. Pair of brass candlesticks, white metal candelabra, cruet set, scuttle shaped spoon warmer, scrap silver. £30-50
31.     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. 10ins. and 8¼ins. 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. £20-30
32.     20th cent. Ceramics: Animals, floral decorations, and figures. Metalware, brass tray, silver plated and pewter tankards. Glassware to include vase, jugs and decanter. 2 boxes. £30-50
33.     Oak coopered and handled peat or log bucket. 24ins tall. Plus a small pair of oak and leather bellows £80-120
34.     19th cent. German steel fender plus a selection of fireside tools. £40-60
35.     Garden Furniture: Patio sets consisting of a glass topped table and four armchairs. £30-50
36.     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. 132ins. x 30ins. £80-120
37.     Carpets & Rugs: Late 19th cent. Persian wool runner with red ground, stylised flowers in blues, reds, ivories and greens. Three borders with flowers and stylised geometric patterns. 18ft. 6ins. x 3ft. 2ins. £100-150
38.     20th cent. Chinese hardwood coffee table, 35ins. x 14ins. x 12ins. plus small stool 16ins. x 12ins. 10ins. £50-80
39.     18th/19th cent. Oak drop leaf, gate leg dining table with later additions, on gun barrel supports with swept feet and one long drawer. 52ins. x 52ins. x 30ins. £100-150
40.     19th cent. Rustic rattan bobbin footstool, occasional table and a stool (3). £20-30
41.     19th cent. Mahogany Sutherland table with inlaid central motif, plus an oak pot cupboard. £20-40
42.     Late 19th/early 20th cent. pair of ebonised mahogany nursing chairs with pierced slat backs. £20-40
43.     Late 19th cent. Upholstered three seater sofa. Approx. 74ins. £50-80
44.     Edwardian oak button back chaise longue. £60-80
45.     Contemporary oak entertainment centre constructed from recycled timber to resemble a Georgian chest of drawers. 40ins. £80-120
46.     20th cent. Mahogany drop front inlaid bureau on cabriole supports. £30-50
47.     Edwardian mahogany inlaid double wardrobe. 47ins. £10-20
48.     19th cent. Mahogany pot cupboard, single drawer with ebonised inlay. 16ins. £50-80
49.     19th cent. Oak two tier table on turned supports, plus an Islamic table. £30-50
50.     20th cent. Shabby Chic four piece bedroom suite, Wardrobe, six drawer chest, two drawer side table and bedside cupboards. All with oak tops and the main bodies painted cream. £120-150
50A.    20th cent. Stripped pine wardrobe with drawer. £60-80
51.     Silk & Lace: 20th cent. Silk scarf labelled 100% Silk made in India, green and pink floral decoration 40ins. x 40ins. Two embroidered blue silk Chinese scarves 35ins. x 5ins. Two embroidered green silk Chinese scarves 38ins. x 7ins. Laura Ashley lilac scarf with floral decoration 68ins. x 16ins. Plus a small quantity of Victorian lace. £40-60
52.     19th cent. Mahogany rectangular side table on tripod support (A/F), plus lacquered bamboo table top. £30-50
53.     19th cent. Mahogany hall table with single drawer on tapering supports. 34ins. £50-80
54.     20th cent. Mahogany partner's desk with leather skiver. 72ins. x 41ins. £150-200
55.     Vinyl Records: Collection of six box sets containing six unplayed LPs, includes Nat King Cole, The Seekers, Herb Alpert, James Last, Sounds Orchestral and The Taste of Kaempfert. Plus a bronze effect statue of George and the dragon and a boxed coin set commemorating the 75th Anniversary of D-Day. £50-80
56.     20th cent. Mahogany torchere with reeded column supports. Diameter 12ins. £50-80
57.     19th cent. Mahogany and rosewood harlequin set of dining chairs, bar back, four with fluted legs, five with turned legs, all with green upholstery. (9) Plus miscellaneous chairs. (4) £150-200
58.     20th cent. Spindle back elbow chair, plus a nest of tables. £20-40
59.     19th cent. Biedermeier style birch oval dining table with one leaf, on tapered supports. 55ins. x 36ins. x 31ins. 78½ins. long with leaf in. £100-150
60.     George III mahogany side table, canted supports with single drawer. 39ins. x 19ins. £80-120
61.     20th cent. Ceramics: W. H. Grundley & Co. 'Ivory' pattern part dinner service consisting of three graduated serving plates, two vegetable tureens, one soup serving bowl, six dinner plates, six fish plates, six fruit plates, five dessert/soup bowls, and one sauce boat. (26 pieces) £30-50
62.     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. 81½ins. x 53½ins. x 17¾ins. £300-400
63.     19th cent. Mahogany dressing table mirror with two drawers beneath. 17ins. Plus one other. £30-50
63A.    19th cent. Mahogany fold over tea table on turned supports. £80-120
64.     19th cent. Mahogany tilt top tripod table. £80-100
65.     Early 19th cent. Mahogany bar back set of six dining chairs, including one carver. £80-100
66.     Edwardian inlaid corner salon chairs. (3) £40-70
67.     19th cent. Mahogany drop leaf dining table on turned supports. £80-100
68.     19th cent. Mahogany bow front sideboard, fitted central drawer flanked by a pair of panel doors on square tapered legs. 47¾in. £50-80
69.     19th cent. Mahogany compactum/wardrobe with fitted interior. 66½ins. x 80ins. x 19ins. £150-250
70.     Queen Anne style walnut tallboy, three short above three long on club supports. 42ins. £200-300
71.     19th cent. Hepplewhite style shield shaped dressing table mirror. £20-30
72.     Good quality solid oak modern extending dining table with a set of matching four ladder back dining chairs plus one carver. 71ins. x 33½ins. (not extended) £100-150
73.     Edwardian satinwood chest of three drawers. 33ins. £40-60
74.     Early 19th cent. Mahogany bar back armchairs on sabre supports at the back and tapering supports on the front. A pair. £40-60
75.     Edwardian mahogany lyre back bedroom chairs. A pair. £20-40
76.     18th/19th cent. Walnut banded drop front bureau, fitted interior, on bracket feet and swan neck furniture. £100-150
77.     19th cent. Mahogany buffet, two drawer on turned supports. £150-200
78.     19th cent. Mahogany writing slope with brass inlay and fitted interior. (Requires restoration) 18ins. x 9½ins. x 5¾ins. £60-80
79.     18th/19th cent. French walnut buffet with heavily carved panels depicting folk scenes. 61ins. £70-100
80.     19th cent. Mahogany dressing table mirror. 21ins. £40-60
81.     Art Nouveau: Stained pine glazed dresser. 60ins. x 84ins. x 18ins. £60-100
82.     Artisan Furniture: Superb 1970s Alan Solly of Marlborough circular yew dining table with sectional veneers. 64½ins. Plus 20th cent. Beech dining chairs, set of eight. £100-150
83.     20th cent. Ceramics: Noritake Roselane dinner service, dinner plates x 8, dessert plates x 8, side plates x 8, bowls x 8, meat oval, pair of vegetable tureens and covers, gravy boat on stand, sugar bowl and cover, teacups x 6, and saucers x 6. (49 pieces) £50-80
84.     19th cent. Mahogany two over three drawers with boxwood and ebony inlay. 35ins. £70-100
85.     19th cent. Mahogany two over three bow front chest of drawers. 45½ins. £80-120
86.     Art Nouveau: WMF brass and copper coffee pot with stylised floral decoration. 14ins. £80-100
87.     19th cent. Mahogany 2 over 3 chest of drawers, of good quality with mahogany drawer liners. 49½ins. £200-300
88.     French Empire marble top sideboard with ebonised chinoiserie panels. 51ins. £400-600
89.     19th cent. Yew drop leaf dining table on tapered supports, eight plank. 75ins. x 45ins. x 28ins. £150-250
90.     Early 19th cent. Mahogany chest of drawers, two over three, beaded decoration. £100-150
91.     Late 19th/early 20th cent. Hardwood tray decorated with elephants. Inset ebony/ivory panel bearing the inscription Moriarty. 24ins. £50-80
92.     18th cent. Rosewood dining chairs, acanthus splat backs on ball an claw supports. A pair. £150-200
93.     19th cent. Rosewood pole screens on lion claw supports. (2) £60-100
93A.    19th cent. Oak Gothic style elbow chair, turned and fretwork back and supports. £40-60
94.     19th cent. Burr walnut Canterbury with galleried top. 24ins. x 29ins. £60-100
95.     19th cent. Mahogany extending dining table with two leaves. £120-180
96.     19th cent. Mahogany bar back dining chairs. (6) £60-100
97.     Superb Georgian revival walnut breakfront sideboard with herringbone inlay, on bracket supports, with original bill of purchase from Dann Antiques for £2200. 77½ins. £300-500
98.     Art deco style figure of a seated lady in the Manner of Menneville, cold painted resin on an onyx base. 8½ins. £100-150
99.     18th cent. Ash peg jointed farmhouse table . 68ins. x 31ins. x 30ins. £400-700
100.    Art Nouveau: Copper and brass coal box with original liner, decorated with stylised motifs. 21ins. £80-120
101.    Art Nouveau: Large copper fender with stylised decoration 67ins. plus a fire basket (2). £60-100
102.    Wood burning stove, 1891 made in Toronto Canada by The Garney Foundry Co. Ltd. cast iron & enamelled steel. Oven with working temperature gauge, grill and six hot plates. 60ins. x 44ins. x 31ins. £400-500
103.    20th cent. Bow front mahogany cupboard with two drawers. 26ins. £60-80
104.    Games/Pastimes: 19th cent. Stevens & Sons mahogany snooker/billiards scoreboard, complete with mother of pearl and gilt inlay, and large roller scoreboards. A superb working example. 35ins. £500-800
105.    Early 19th cent. Georgian oak with inlay bow fronted wall hung corner cupboard with two integral shelves & two small drawers. 39½ins. x 30ins. x 20ins. £40-60
106.    17th/18th cent. Continental carved Corbel Heraldic beast above floral embellishments. Approx. 40ins. Plus a quantity of elm planks. £150-250
107.    Clocks: Cornish longcase, 19th cent. Joshua Truscott of St. Austell eight day movement, with floral decorated enamelled face, in a bespoke later made mahogany case. £120-180
108.    Late 18th/early 19th cent. Mahogany bureau bookcase with well appointed interior. 86½ins. x 40ins. £300-500
109.    Early 20th cent. Mahogany bow fronted, Regency revival glazed display cabinet, over one drawer & two cupboards on tapered supports. 76ins. x 33ins. x 21ins. £150-200
110.    18th cent. Oak bureau bookcase with fitted interior. 36ins. x 84ins. £150-200
111.    James Foot 1960-: 20th cent. English School watercolour on paper Naval College, Greenwich. Plus another of Sutton Square, Hackney. £30-50
112.    Equine: Late 20th cent. acrylic on board, studio of a polo match. Signed bottom right. 24ins. x 48ins. £30-50
113.    19th cent. Prints & Engravings: Paul Sandy, Pelling Place, Cries of London, Dr Syntax in Court. Oval mezzo tints Young Lovers, etc. £30-50
114.    Pictures & Prints: 20th cent. and later, including limited edition Chris Orr and Christopher Penny. Approx. 27. £50-80
115.    18th cent. Prints: Red aqua tints, Angelica Kauffman 'Comedy' and possibly 'Tragedy'. Framed and glazed. 11½ins. x 8½ins. Plus two others, Bartolozzi, framed and glazed. 15ins. x 12ins. and 5½ins. x 4½ins. £80-120
116.    19th cent. Prints, illustrations, and coloured etchings, including William Daniell, rowing etching, and 'In Celebration of Peace' after A. Pugin aquatint by J. Hamble and the Town of Sterling, etc. All framed and glazed. (9) £60-80
117.    19th cent. Coloured and other engravings to include Doctor Syntex at Covent Garden. (7) £30-50
118.    Limited Edition Prints: Signed Henry Wilkinson angling print 2/150. 10ins. x 14ins. £100-150
119.    J.B. Pyne Attributed: Print, Lake Windermere, label on verso. Framed and glazed 20ins. x 13ins. £30-50
120.    Stanley Orchart (1920-2005): Watercolour 'South Yorkshire Barn'. 10ins. x 14ins. £50-80
121.    Victor J. Carter: 20th cent. English school conté crayon of Edington Priory with Royal West of England Academy Exhibition label to reverse. 11ins. x 14ins. £20-40
122.    20th cent. French School watercolour of a rustic farmyard. 14ins. x 10ins. £20-40
123.    Louis Burleigh Bruhl 1861-1942 print of an inland waterway, possibly Dutch. 12ins. x 16ins. £20-40
124.    Pictures & Prints: 19th cent. moulded gilt picture frame 33ins. x 25ins. with an aperture of 24½ins. x 16ins. Plus two 19th cent. prints peasants in a landscape, Thomas Oldaker huntsman. Both framed and glazed. Plus four smaller frames. £60-80
125.    20th cent. British School original works to include Steven Cardew, Michael Bullen, and Stafford Dupree. (4) £20-40
126.    19th cent. Engravings of dogs by Richard Ansdell / H.F. Ryall (3). 13ins. x 17ins. £50-80
127.    English School: Watercolour, interior of a stately home, unsigned. Framed and glazed. 4½ins. x 4ins. £50-80
128.    17th cent. Needlework restoration c1660-1680. Rural study with figures, animals and a castle. Embroidered with coloured silks and silver thread on linen canvas in test stitch, the bushes and tree trunks are raised silk pile, and collars and cuffs are worked in detached needlepoint lace stitches. An excellent example of a small girls embroidery from this period. Oak framed and glazed. With thanks to the V & A. £500-700
129.    20th cent. Henk Van Der Aa 1921 - Dutch oil on board ice skating. £40-60
129A.   19th cent. English School: Gouche on canvas card, Hay stacks. 16ins. x 9ins. £30-50
130.    18th cent. Coloured Engravings: Drawn by R. Westall, engraved by Bori 1797, 'A Gleaner's Child' and 'A Reaper's Child', - a pair. Framed and glazed. Image 12ins. x 11ins. Frame 19ins. x 17ins. £40-60
131.    •Limited Edition Prints: John Piper (1903-1992) Courthouse, Long Crendon, Buckinghamshire lithograph in colours. Signed in pencil and numbered 101/120. 24ins. x 19ins. £300-500
132.    Paintings: 19th cent. & later, original works on canvas and board (4) ranging from 4ins. x 5½ins. £60-100
133.    20th cent. Japanese School: Kosugi Hoen 1881-1964 formally Misei Kosugi, watercolour of Temples in Nikko. Signed bottom left and bottom right. 13ins. x 19ins. A pair. £150-200
134.    19th cent. & later Original oils to include a coastal landscape 12ins. x 10ins. plus a landscape with Henn Levavasseur written on reverse (4). £40-60
135.    20th cent. English school, original watercolour art works by Derek Braithwaite, Studies of Children of the world. Lap, Tyrolean, Scots Boys, uncoloured Japanese girl (with colouring instructions) 22ins. x 20ins mounted. Plus one other possibly for use on limited edition plates. (4) £80-100
136.    20th cent. English School: Frank Moore RWA ARCA 'London River' watercolour on paper. Original artists label to reverse. 22ins. x 15ins. £100-150
137.    Sybil Mullen Glover (1908-1995): Devon Port watercolour on paper. £30-50
138.    Felix Terlinden (1836-1912): Belgian, mid 19th cent. Oil on canvas, landscape with sea in the background, signed lower left, inscribed in French on reverse. Framed. 20ins. x 13½ins. £100-150
139.    Michael Brookway: Inkwash rural market scene.
140.    Hugh William Williams (1773-1829): Sepia wash drawing of a 'Upland Wooded River Landscape', signed and dated 1798 bottom left. Approx. 7¾ins. x 11¼ins. £100-150
141.    Trevor Chamberlain (Contemporary): Watercolours 'By the River at Ware', signed and dated '88 bottom left, approx. 6½ins. x 9¾ins. and 'Evening Shadows, West India Dock', signed bottom left, approx. 6½ins. x 9¾ins. £150-250
142.    Christa GAA (1937-1992): Watercolour and gouache, 'A Still Life with Pomegranate', signed lower right. Approx. 9½ins. x 11ins. £80-120
143.    David Cox Junior, Attributed (1809-1885): Watercolour 'Figures on Horseback in an Extensive Wooded Landscape'. Approx. 5½ins. x 8¾ins. £100-150
144.    William Payne (c1760-1830): 'Figures on a Hillside, Extensive Landscape Beyond'. Approx. 4¾ins. x 6½ins. £100-150
145.    20th cent. Italian School: Oil on board of Venice, monogrammed DW. 14ins. x 10ins. £30-50
146.    19th cent. Italian School: Watercolour on paper "An Italian Fruit Seller",signed bottom right A. Lotti 7ins. x 11ins. and "Grandfathers" - a pair. £60-80
147.    John Joseph Barker of Bath (1824-1904): Oil on canvas 'Drover and cattle fording a river with a dog close by', signed lower left. 30ins. x 50ins. £700-1200
148.    18th cent. European School oil on canvas in the Grand Tour style of Roman ruins. Printed label on reverse Sanders E5365, handwritten notation in ink 'Ward'. In period oversize gilt frame. 24ins. x 19ins. £3000-5000
149.    George Wells (Act 1842-1888): 'The Bend of The River North Wales' oil on canvas, signed lower left. £300-500
150.    20th cent. Needlepoint tapestry of standing deer, another of a stylised classical scene. 32ins. x 48ins. Plus a third earlier example of cherubs. 26ins. x 36ins. £50-80
151.    19th cent. Marine study of a stormy sea, plus a river scene. (2) 10ins. x 7ins. and 6ins. x 8ins. £50-80
152.    19th cent. English School: Watercolour on paper, Riverside study, indistinct signature bottom left. 9ins. x 13ins. £40-60
153.    British School: 19th cent. 'Going to School' signed A. Ash. 14ins. x 10ins. £40-70
154.    William Newberry (1787-1838): Watercolour 'Beachy Head, A Distant View Landscape in Foreground', approx. 4ins. x 5½ins. EH (c1819): Watercolour 'Ancient Building in the Harbour, Tenby', initialled and inscribed, approx. 4¾ins. x 3¾ins. James Sargant Stober (1771-1850): Pencil and brown wash drawing 'Tinnehinch, Co. Wicklow, A Rural River Landscape, Fisherman in Foreground, Country House Beyond', approx. 4ins. x 5¼ins. £80-120
155.    George W. Yeates (1860-1939) Ireland: Oil on board 'Walled Cottage Garden' signed lower right. On reverse rough sketch of a face inscribed Feb 1933 and May '34. Framed. 16ins. x 12ins. £80-120
156.    World War I: 20th cent. British School pencil drawing with typed gallery card to reverse 'Thomas Scott 1916 Time Off 1916'. £100-150
157.    Francois Charette (later Charette-Duval) (1807-1895): Belgian artist, 1838, still life of a rose, signed and dated bottom centre along stem. Framed and glazed. 8½ins. x 6½ins. £100-150
158.    Henry Moore RA RWS (1831-1895): 'Summer Squall off Mare Head Cornwall' signed lower left, label on reverse. 11ins. x 9ins. £200-300
159.    Prints c1973: Terence Cuneo "Carmargue Round-up", signed in pencil lower right. Framed and glazed 27ins. x 22ins. £30-60
160.    20th cent. British School watercolour and charcoal contemporary study of 2 nudes enhanced with body colour, mounted on card, unsigned. 30ins. x 23ins. £80-100
161.    Herbie Rose 1930-2017 Jamaican watercolourist, waterside study of buildings and beach, signed lower left. Mounted, framed and glazed. 29ins. x 23ins. £80-100
162.    The Gwendoline Ardley Collection: Artist studio works in oil and acrylic of mainly natural history and people subjects. Various sizes, the largest being 22ins. x 17½ins. (10 works) £60-80
163.    The Gwendoline Ardley Collection: Artist studio works in watercolour of mainly sailing, sailing activities, buildings, abstract. Various sizes, the largest being 30ins. x 24ins. (10 works) £60-80
164.    The Gwendoline Ardley Collection: Artist studio works in oil, acrylic, and watercolour of botanical subjects. Various sizes, the largest being 10ins. x 8ins. (15 works) £60-80
165.    The Gwendoline Ardley Collection: Artist studio works in oil and watercolour of landscapes, townscapes, and seascapes. Various sizes, the largest being 12ins. x 8ins. (11 works) £60-80
166.    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. 12ins. £20-30
167.    20th cent. Ceramics & Glass: Villeroy & Boch, Depuis 1748, design 1900 two cups and saucers, plus Leona Levine whisky tumbler. £30-50
168.    20th cent. Ceramics and glass to include Edwardian boat shaped dish, boxed Copenhagen miniature plate, Masons and Royal Doulton saucers, Border Fine Arts James Herriots' country kitchen bowl, three paperweights including one by David Brett, Suffolk Manor Studio, etc. £30-50
169.    20th cent. Glassware: Pony and cart flower holder, end of day basket, blue carnival glass stemmed two handle bonbon dish. £30-50
170.    Silver Plated Flatware: Table forks, spoons and coffee spoons. £30-50
171.    20th cent. Ceramics: Japanese Noritake 'Sovereign' eight place dinner service. Seventy pieces in total. One dinner plate missing. £100-150
172.    Mid 20th cent. Ceramics: Empire pattern half teasel Holmleigh sandwich set, Clowes water jug, plated biscuit barrel, Masley Ware art deco style geometric teapot and jug (reproduction Clarice Cliff) plus cup and saucer. £40-60
173.    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
174.    20th cent. Ceramics: Price of Kensington cottage ware, seven pieces to include two large water jugs, a large biscuit barrel and a small biscuit barrel, a sugar pot, condiment pot and a teapot. £30-50
175.    Postcards: Early 20th cent, real photo, social history, shops, work places, schools, Edwardian, comic, and topographical. Two albums. £60-80
176.    Photographs: 19th cent. and later, many studio cards, servants at work, military and Japanese social history. Loose and in nine albums. £40-60
177.    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
178.    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
179.    Ephemera: A collection of autograph books, sketch books (8) and original artwork. 1 Box. £40-60
180.    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. £20-30
181.    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 11ins. x 9ins. £40-60
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.    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. £20-40
184.    Postal History/Stamps: Five, Postmark Club albums dating from the mid to late 1920s, holding single ring cancellations from the 19th and early 20th cent. for England and Wales. Plus three other albums with 19th and 20th cent. postmarks. (8) £30-50
185.    Photographs: Early 20th cent. Edwardian to early 1930s a journal of travels to Egypt & Holy Lands made in the latter years of 1920s plus two albums of photo's and loose leaf's from 1910s-1920s £40-60
186.    Ephemera: 19th cent. Crest album plus two 19th cent. scrapbooks, and a beautifully handwritten ladies journal recounting her journey across America and honeymoon trip to Europe. £50-80
187.    Postcards & Ephemera: Two albums of mainly Edwardian postcards, plus some loose cards. Advertising ephemera for shops, restaurants and hotels dating from 1930s-1950s, 19th cent. Italian pre-paid postcards and various sketches. £30-50
188.    Pictures & Prints: A collection of six original art works, includes a watercolour on board by Ann George-Williams, two watercolour and gauche on board of an elderly Chinese couple in court dress, etc. Plus a number of 19th cent. prints, and an 18th cent. proclamation. £40-60
189.    Stamps: Large selection of loose GB and Commonwealth stamps with a small quantity of rest of world. Many 19th cent. Plus a selection of loose sheets and two albums of Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee. £40-60
190.    Stamps: 19th and 20th cent. Stanley Gibbons Improved album World mainly used and hinged, a Viking album Commonwealth mainly used and hinged, Centurion World album lightly populated stockbooks mainly Elizabeth II, 1950s-1970 blocks unused, and unused Heligoland (5) plus some loose sheets, an album of GB banner cancellations, and an empty album. (5) £60-80
191.    Stamps: Two albums of World stamps (excluding GB and Commonwealth) 19th cent to 1930, with none later. Mainly used, all hinged. Nice, Portugal, Spain and Lichtenstein collections. £40-60
192.    Postal History/Stamps: Three albums containing official paid and paid cancellations ranging in date from the late 19th century to mid 1940s. Plus a large selection of early 20th century covers. £30-50
193.    Postal History/Stamps: Collection of several hundred first day covers, commemoratives and interesting covers, includes New Zealand Lighthouse issue 1947, Tonga postcard 1907, many air travel related covers and airmail covers. £40-60
194.    Stamps: 20th cent. First day covers, approx. 30, a large quantity of on-piece stamps and country envelopes, and a collection of reference catalogues. (5) £40-60
195.    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
196.    Photographs: 19th cent.- 1960s, mainly 1930/40s, includes 19th cent. Studio portraits, Edwardian family life, military and social history. Loose in two boxes, plus seven albums. £40-60
197.    Stamps: 19th and 20th cent. GB and World. Two albums of British commemoratives and definitives from 1841-1984, plus three albums of World. One box containing hundreds of mainly GB first day covers. £40-60
198.    Photographs: Transportation early to mid 20th cent. photographs depicting trains, buses and trams, many with annotations on reverse stating class/model, location, and date, and a collection of tickets. Japanese Ephemera: Letters, bill receipts, sketches, photographs, cigarette cards, leaflets and flyers all dating from the early 20th cent.
199.    Photographs: Late 19th to early 20th cent. 13 albums containing varied subjects including family, landscapes, and social history. £40-60
200.    Photographs: Leather bound Victorian photo album containing a number of studio photographs, plus a large collection of studio produced photo carte-de-visite, and photographs. £40-60
201.    Stamps: Complete used set 'GOVT' PARCELS on 1887 Jubilee issue SG O65-O72. £80-120
202.    Stamps: Block of 4 SG48 SS-TS, ST-TT, plate 5, unused, with gum, tightly hinged. £60-80
203.    Postal History/Stamps: Collection of eighteen World covers, with WWII opened by censor examples, includes USA, India, Belgium, Italy Burma, Norway, etc. Plus approx. 70 covers with stamp on mainly GB with 1881 1d lilac attached with very good town and district CD's, and some 19th cent. World covers. £40-60
204.    Stamps: Album containing European countries from Austria to Hungary, many unused examples. All stamps issued prior to 1930. £120-150
205.    Stamps: Album containing Commonwealth stamps from Australia to Zanzibar, not South Africa. Includes Indian States, Australian States, and a nice Hong Kong selection, no stamp later than 1930. Plus Victory stamp album containing the Victory stamps issued by Commonwealth countries in 1946, mainly unused. £150-250
206.    Stamps: The Empire Postage Stamp Album of GB and World stamps, GB SG2 1d black with red Maltese Cross cancel, four SG8 on blued paper and one SG14, more than one hundred individually plated SG40 1d reds, a large selection of post-1854 Victorian stamps, nice unused Indian Fiscals, and a good Commonwealth collection including Australian States. All stamps prior to 1925. £300-400
207.    Stamps: Stockbook mainly GB Victorian and Edwardian, after 1854 1d reds and 2d blues, Victoria and Edward Jubilee sets, SG041 ½d red mint block of six, two 1d reds on 1858 cover with London District 11 CD's. Plus unused Victorian Fiji 5/-Falkland Islands, Gambia, St. Helena, Australian States, etc. Plus one sheet containing five 1884 National Telephone Co. Ltd stamps withdrawn in 1891. £80-120
208.    Stamps & Postal History: George I two pre-paid stamp duty plates for embossing official document 1d & 1½d. £30-50
209.    Stamps: Album containing mainly GB used and unused including 1840 SG7 1d black with black MC cancel, three SG8 1d brown and two SG14 2d blue one with black MC cancel. SG57 1847 ten pence brown used, SG260 and 263 Edward VII 2/6 and 5/-. Plus South African States, Union, North and South Rhodesia, and South West Africa. £200-300
210.    Stamps: 19th and 20th cent. One album GB used, many Victorian and Edwardian, including twelve 1858 ½d reds including plate 12, SG66 4d red, and a margin block of 60 SG553 11d plum unused. Plus tied loose sheets of 19th and 20th cent. India including many officials and an album of 1950s-60s Indonesian mint sets, a small 19th cent. World album and an album containing Commonwealth issues to commemorate the Coronation of George VI. (5) £80-120
211.    Postcards: Edwardian & later up to 1920s, including song cards, actors & actresses, Mabel Lucie Attwell, Kit Forres & Edwardian humorous, locomotives & WWI battleships. Three albums. £50-80
212.    Postcards: Early 20th cent. and later to include warships, Royal, military, and eggs of British birds. £60-100
213.    Edged Weapon: Native Kukri (Gurkha) acquired Burma WWII with accessories. 15ins. £40-60
214.    Edged Weapons - Militaria: George VI pattern Officers sword, maker W Scully Montreal with leather scabbard. Blade 35ins. Overall 41ins. £80-120
215.    Antique Firearms: Percussion single barrel shotgun, muzzle loading, engraved Ironwork, plate signed "Hopkins" with ramrod. Barrel 31ins. Overall 47ins. £150-250
216.    Military Edged Weapon: c1850 Engineer's Senior Officer's sword with carved brass hilt and scabbard. £200-250
217.    Military Edged Weapon: 1792 sabre blade, shows pattern DEG. £125-150
218.    Military Edged Weapon: 1821pattern Light Cavalry sword with William IV emblem. £150-180
219.    Military Edged Weapon: Late 19th cent. French 'Cuirassier' Cavalry sword with scabbard. £175-200
220.    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. £100-150
221.    Edged Weapons: Franco - Prussian War period German Mauser 1871 pattern bayonet in its original brass mounted leather scabbard. Ricasso marked P.D Luneschloss Solingen, and unit markings to crosspiece. £150-250
221A.   Militaria/WWI: German Lande Dresden Graf V. Blumenthal cigarette, annotated in ink on it's body 'Souvenir taken Christmas 1914 from German, By Yours Always H. Root'.
221B.   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. £30-50
222.    Edged Weapons: Franco - Prussian War period French Chassepot 1866 pattern Yataghan bladed bayonet, various unit markings to crosspiece and blade spine, dated 1868. £80-120
223.    World War Two: Interesting archive of original construction notes and printed manuals relating to the AID training school, Bristol in 1943. £50-80
224.    Militaria: Interesting archive of several hundred photographs taken during WWII from the German side, includes numerous scenes showing Wehrmacht. £400-700
225.    Photographs & Ephemera: Two albums containing family & social history photo's from 1907-1911, plus two Edwardian notebooks with sketches, writings & poetry (4). £40-60
226.    Ephemera: 19th cent. Scrap book mainly natural history, foreign peoples, sketches, and advertising. Spine missing. £30-50
227.    Ephemera: Early 20th cent. Scrapbooks, the larger containing printed photo's of Egypt and Holy Land, animals, venue. The smaller contains postcards embroidered doilies, sketches, poetry, etc plus a lacquered box containing loose scraps. £40-60
228.    Royal Navy: Ephemera to include H.M.S. Hood dance admittance ticket, magic lantern slide & ships cap.
229.    Military: Treen carved "Old Bill" bust on a square plinth. 3ins. £30-50
230.    WWI Australia: WWI pair Private P.H. Brooks 4th Battalion Australian Infantry Force, plus hat badge Dept. of Defence return from active service badge, etc.
NB: Private Brooks was son-in-law of Master at Arms Harry Joseph Bailey. £50-80
231.    R.A.F. WWII: Air crew Europe medals group to J.H. Brooks grandson of Henry Joseph Bailey. Flight sergeant J.H. Brooks (KIA) also included 1939-45 flight medal and star in original box of issue with cover note from command of Air Council. £100-150
232.    19th cent. Militaria: Coloured oilographs Queen Victoria inspecting the troops and a cavalry parade. Framed and glazed. 17ins. x 12ins. (2) £50-80
233.    Militaria: WWII replica German Paratrooper's steel helmet with Luftwaffe insignia, mint condition, museum quality. £100-150
234.    Militaria: WWII replica German army steel helmet with a Normandy three colour camouflage paint scheme, museum quality. £100-150
235.    Militaria:Third Reich German Railways enamelled steel sign. £100-150
236.    Militaria: WWI German Army Generals peaked cap with gold piping and cap cords and silver wire insignia. £150-200
237.    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) £150-250
238.    Militaria - Rare WWI Poster: "Royal Air Force Exhibition" War in the Air. 29ins. x 19½ins. £150-250
239.    Militaria: Third Reich polished aluminium large eagle and swastika on an oak framed display board. 24ins. x 12ins. approx. £100-150
240.    Militaria: Reproduction Fuhrerbunker signs (2). £20-30
241.    Toys: Steiff Millennium Band limited edition of 2000 No. 01699. Complete with paperwork and boxes. Music box mechanism plays 'When the Saints go Marching In', on the stage there are five bears in various colours, wearing musicians, each has an instrument - horn, banjo, trumpet, clarinet, and drum set. £150-250
242.    Early 19th cent. Dolls/Minton: Blue/white transfer printed design of castles and churches includes, large tureen and cover, a pair of small tureens and covers, vegetable dish and cover, open vegetable dish, gravy boat, ladles x 2 (1 A/F), open oval dish, graduated meat ovals x 6, soup bowls x 6, dinner plates x 6, side plates x 6, dessert plates x 4. Decorations include Lanercroft Priory, Tewksbury Church, Donnington Park, Kenilworth Priory, Blaze Castle, De Gaunt Castle, Corf Castle, Fisham Monastery, St. Mary's Church Dover, Lechlade Bridge, Bisham Manor. Small meat oval Donnington Park shows signs of restoration. 33 pieces. £200-250
243.    Toys & Games: Diecast artillery guns, includes Britain's guns x 3 (1 boxed), Lone Star guns x 2, and an armored personnel carrier. (6) £40-60
244.    Toys & Games: Tri-ang Scalextric mini models produced in the 1960s/70s A/202 Racing Pit, A/208 Control Tower, A/211 First Aid Hut, and A/238 Timekeeper's Hut. All boxed. (4) £50-80
245.    Breweriana: 20th cent. Cast iron revolving bottle top stands 2 tier (3) single tier (2). Total 5. £30-50
246.    Breweriana: 20th cent. Novelty cork bottle stoppers with carved grotesque & humorous treen finials (18). £40-60
247.    Breweriana: 20th cent. Novelty cork bottle stoppers with ceramic moulded grotesque & humorous finials (22). £50-80
248.    Breweriana: 20th cent. Novelty cork bottle stoppers with carved grotesque head treen finials (17) one a corkscrew. £50-80
249.    Breweriana: 20th cent. Novelty cork bottle stoppers with mechanical moving bodies including violin player (12). £50-80
250.    Wine Collectables/Corkscrews: Modern, some boxed. Approx. 20 £20-40
251.    Wine Collectables/Corkscrews: Early 20th cent. Port tongs produced by Farrier & Jackson, iron and treen. Plus two early 20th cent. Corkscrews with treen handles. £40-60
252.    Wine Collectables/Corkscrews: Late 19th/early 20th cent. Three American bell type corkscrews, one marked Walkers patent and branded Houston Ice & Brewing Co, Texas. The second most likely Walkers, branded in Gothic German script 'Pa?st', Milwaukee. Plus an unbranded version all with treen handles, all approx. 5½ins long. (3) £40-60
253.    Wine Collectables/Corkscrews: Two 19th cent. German spring frame corkscrews 6ins and 7ins long. Plus a German spring assist split frame marked 'Original', possibly 'Columboo'. 7ins. (3) £40-60
254.    Wine Collectables/Corkscrews: Early 20th cent. German corkscrew with ball bearing race on stem, marked Record Germany CK, plus bell frame continuous screw and two spring assist. All approx. 6ins long. (4) £40-60
255.    Wine Collectables/Corkscrews: Early 20th cent. Continuous screw bell corkscrews, two English marked Surerise reg'd by George Willets No. 13185, plus two others unmarked. All approx. 5ins. (4) £40-60
256.    Wine Collectables/Corkscrews: 20th cent. Novelty corkscrews. Screw type with moulded signs of the zodiac, continuous screw in the form of a man, two in the form of dogs and one in the form of a cannon. (5) £40-60
257.    Wine Collectables/Corkscrews: Late 19th/early 20th cent. German corkscrews, one spring assist, marked Hercules, one continuous screw, and one threaded screw with brush. 5ins. 6ins. 7½ins. (3) £40-60
258.    Wine Collectables/Corkscrews: 19th and 20th cent. Bow shaped folding corkscrews, includes two multi tools. (5) £40-60
259.    Wine Collectables/Corkscrews: 20th cent. French concertina corkscrews, one marked 'Ideal' Brevete, one 'Debouchtout', and one 'Perfect'. All approx. 5ins closed. (3) £40-60
260.    Wine Collectables/Corkscrews: 19th cent. Tomason type narrow rack kings screw corkscrew. 7ins long. £40-60
261.    Wine Collectables/Corkscrews: Late 19th/early 20th cent. Barrel corkscrews (7), wire perfume corkscrews (7). Various sizes. £40-60
262.    Wine Collectables/Corkscrews: 19th cent. Wolverson patented Tangent Lover two piece corkscrew, early 20th cent. Great Eastern Railway direct pull corkscrew, a 1920s multi tool marked British Make, UM Co. LDN, and an unmarked screw down lever bell corkscrew. (4) £40-60
263.    Wine Collectables/Corkscrews: Late 19th/early 20th cent. Straight pull metal handled corkscrews, mostly unsigned. Various sizes. (7) £40-60
264.    Wine Collectables/Corkscrews: Late 19th and early 20th cent. Straight pull wooden handled corkscrews, all unsigned. Various sizes. (7) £40-60
265.    Wine Collectables/Corkscrews: Late 19th and early 20th cent. Straight pull wooden handled corkscrews, all unsigned. Various sizes. (7)
266.    Wine Collectables/Breweryana: Mixed collection of straight pull corkscrews, bottle openers, barrel screws, champagne taps, etc. £40-60
267.    Advertising: Sutlers Wine Store display sign. 24ins. x 18ins. £20-40
268.    Models: Royal Hampshire, collection of trains, figures, planes, etc. Plus a selection of silver plate including butterfly wing picture of RMS Ascania, tobacco cases, tankards, port line engraved card tray. £30-50
269.    Toys & Games: One box including one wooden and two plastic sailing boats, croquet hoop markers, tinplate toy, small Teddy and various card games. £10-20
270.    Toys & Games: Airfix plastic soldiers, twenty two boxes of used figures H0/00 scale, includes WWI French, German, American and British Infantry, Robin Hood, Waterloo, Bedouin Arabs, etc. £30-50
271.    Mid 20th cent. Fashion/Handbags: Selection of bags including Ackery London, Nicole Brown fabric bags, Florelli, Jane Shilton lizard handbag, suede lined, zip compartment, gilt furnishing & pleat decoration to front and back of the bag. Jane Shilton black leather handbag, rubbed black lining, label to inner pocket, gilt furnishing. Jane Stilton brown leather handbag, brown silk lining, zip compartment and label to inner pocket, gilt decoration to front of bag, leather handle. Brown leather Gladstone style handbag, cream leather lining, makers label missing, zip compartment and pocket, gilt furnishings. Red leather J.S. bag, lined black silk, Jane Stilton stamp. Black leather bag, diamond design to front in brown and black. named lining, zip compartment and pocket. Jane Shilton deep red leather purse style handbag, black named lining, zip compartment, gilt chain shoulder strap. Brown leather bag, brown silk named lining and label, zip compartment and pocket plus a change purse, gilt furnishing, leather shoulder strap,etc. Approx. 23. £50-80
272.    Mid 20th cent. Costume Jewellery: Very large quantity of fashion earrings, white metal, some carded. Several hundred pairs. £100-120
273.    Costume Jewellery: Ethnic stye pendants and necklaces, also white metal chains, etc. 2 Trays. (Trays not included). £50-80
274.    Mid 20th cent. Fashion Jewellery: Yellow and white metal chain necklaces, pendants and bracelets. £50-80
275.    Mid 20th cent. Costume Jewellery: Necklaces, beads, glass, metal and wood, yellow, red, blue examples. 1 Tray. (Tray not included). £40-60
276.    Mid 20th cent. Costume Jewellery: Necklaces, a large quantity of coloured beads, brown, green, purple, glass and others. 1 Tray (Tray not included). £40-60
277.    Fashion Statement Jewellery: Black beads, pendants, twist necklaces. A large quantity contained in a mirror backed jewellery box. £40-60
278.    Hubert von Herkomer (1849-1914): 19th cent. Etching of a woodsman, an invite to A. H. Russ to a private viewing of his pictures and engravings prior to exhibiting at the Royal Academy. £40-60
279.    Theatre Programmes: Sadler's Wells season 1937/38. 'Casse Noisette' lists Margot Fonteyn as an attendant to the Sugar Plum Fairy, other programmes list Monteyn and Robert Helpmann, also Victoria Palace 'Me & My Girl' Lupino Lane 1938, 'Lilac Time' London Palladium 1929, etc. These give a wonderful picture of 1930s London's West End. Trooping the Colour programme 1957, motor fuel ration book and bus map Central London No. I 1940. Approx. 86 programmes in total. £40-60
280.    Angling & Humorous Prints: "A False Step", "Look to your Rod" and "Fishing in Sutherland" (3) Framed and glazed 11ins. x 8ins. Plus 19th cent. Prints & Engravings: Paul Sandy, Pelling Place, Cries of London, Dr Syntax in Court. Oval mezzo tints Young Lovers, etc. £20-40
281.    19th cent. Pencil sketches of eminent Victorians and Gladstone, Stafford, Northcole & others, unsigned plus four other sketches & a watercolour of a fisherman mending nets. £40-60
282.    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 10ins. x 8ins. and 3 6½ins. x 5ins. £50-80
283.    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 10ins. x 8ins. £50-80
284.    R Stevens: 21st cent. Watercolours, St Andrews Herring Boats, Norfolk Wherries and two unnamed nautical themed pictures. All signed bottom left (4). £30-50
285.    Antiquarian framed engraving Jersey, P I Ouless (5), Bath Appleby, Wiltshire, coloured. (3). £30-50
286.    Antiquarian Books: Twelve leather bound books to include five volumes of Annual Registration from 1812-1816, Journey Through France and Italy. £30-50
287.    Film Memorabilia: Cinema foyer posters, twelve including The Rookie, Line of Fire, Tightrope, Bridges of Madison County, Stir Crazy, Look Who's Talking Too, Heaven Can Wait, The Exorcist (1998), The Godfather Part III, Heat, Alien 3, and Goldeneye. All approx. 40ins. x 29ins. Plus the United Artists, Talking Pictures booklet about the forthcoming launch of Talking Pictures 1930s. £40-60
288.    Film Memorabilia: Cinema foyer posters, nineteen including Hot Shots, Screwballs, Outbreak, Amadeus, Steel Magnolias, Judge Dread-I Am The Law, The Player, The Commitments, Dune, Hook, Days of Thunder, Twin Peaks, The Hand That Rocks The Cradle, Comfort & Joy, Red Dawn, Far from Home, Breaking Away, Made in America, City Slickers, and André. All approx. 40ins. x 29ins. £40-60
289.    Motorsport: Sebring March 24th 1962 race poster. 17½ins. x 22½ins.
290.    Motorsport: Sebring 1972 March 24 11am to 11pm, 12 hour. Camel GT Challenge colour promotional poster. 27ins. x 20ins.
291.    Motorsport: Sebring 1965 March 26-27 colour promotional poster. 33ins. x 22ins.
292.    Motorsport: Sebring 1969 colour poster. 24ins. x 18ins.
293.    Motorsport: Sebring, 1980 and 1981 race posters (2). 20ins. x 26ins.
294.    Motorsport: Original 1974 Jacquelin Le Mans 24 hour race full colour poster. 16ins. x 24ins.
295.    Motorsport: Sebring 1964 colour lithograph mounted on canvas. 18ins. x 23ins.

296.    Motorsport: Le Mans 24 hour 1968 colour promotional poster for September. 15ins. x 24ins. £150-250
297.    Motorsport: Sebring 1970 colour promotional poster mounted on linen. 24ins. x 19ins.
297A.   Motorsport: Sebring 1967 colour lithograph by Michael Turner. 24ins. x 19ins.
297B.   Motorsport: Sebring 1968 colour lithograph by Michael Turner. 24ins. x 19ins.
297C.   Motorsport: Le Mans 24 hour 1960 colour lithograph. 16ins. x 23ins.
297D.   Motorsport: Le Mans 24 hour 1968 colour promotional poster for June, backed onto canvas. 15ins. x 24ins.
298.    Motorsport: Le Mans 24 hour 1967 colour promotional poster mounted on canvas. 16ins. x 25ins.
299.    Motorsport: Le Mans colour promotional posters 1980, 1979, 1985 and 1988 (4). 21ins. x 15ins. £50-80
300.    Motorsport: Le Mans 24 hour 1976 and 1979 colour promotional posters. 21ins. x 15ins.
301.    Cabinet Making: Lister & Co. The Lister collection of wood samples, forty two labelled examples of timber presented in a mahogany box. £40-60
302.    Textiles: 19th cent. Fine point needlework studies (2) in birds eye maple frames. 8ins. x 8ins. £40-60
303.    Benjamin West (1738-1820) Artist born Pennsylvania USA, joined Joshua Reynolds in founding Royal Academy of Arts, second President. Died 1820, buried in St. Pauls Cathedral. 18th cent. Wax cameo relief portrait possibly Isaac Buren R. I. West, son of Benjamin West President Royal Academy Ponzini, label to reverse, gilt oval glazed frame. 7½ins. x 6½ins. £150-200
304.    18th cent. Cameo wax relief portrait HRH George III, modelled for Benjamin West Ponzini, label to reverse, gilt oval frame with crown above, glazed. 7½ins. x 6½ins. £150-200
305.    18th cent. Wax Cameo relief E. G. Mountstephen Benjamin West President of the Royal Academy, inscription on reverse, circular gilt glazed frame. Minor damage to image, dia. 8½ins.
306.    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.
307.    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. £20-30
308.    20th cent. Diecast cold painted cigar lighter taking the form of a Scots guardsman. 9½ins. £50-80
309.    Art deco style brass Asiatic pheasants Lady Amherst, on marble stand - a pair facing. Height 12ins. approx. £30-50
310.    19th/20th cent. Cast brass animal musicians in military uniform, drummer, saxophone player, percussionist. 9ins. (3). £70-100
311.    19th/early 20th cent. Gold painted Bergman style die cast figures of a Japanese lady with a fan and a young man. 3½ins. Plus a seated figure of a musician. 1½ins. £50-80
312.    19th/20th cent. Brass sculpture of a pan carrying a young Bacchus 12ins. £50-80
314.    Scientific Instruments: Micrometer/thickness gauge, Baty Imperial 0 - ½inch, Mitutoyo 10-01 mm to 10 mm, plus Mitutoyo digital 0·25mm - 0·001. Both Mitutoyo boxed, Baty leather cased. £80-100
315.    Roberts 'Revival' Radio, green leather case model no. R 250. Black and silver label to inside cover.
316.    Photographic Equipment: Rubinar MC 500mm f5·6 Macro lens with sepia filter and case. £40-60
316A.   Scientific Instruments: Cartographer's drawing sets Army & Navy Stores oak cased, Thomas Blunt mahogany cased. £50-80
317.    Early 20th cent. carriage clock with brass case, white metal face, Roman numerals, trade mark for Richard et Cie. £50-80
317A.   Clocks: 20th cent. Mahogany arched top with inlaid base, silver coloured dial, black Roman numerals, with striking movement. 12ins. x 8ins. x 4ins. £40-60
318.    Scientific Instruments: Compensated pocket barometer, gilt cased, dial 2ins. diameter, signed Lawes & Rabjohn London SW1, 2583, minus suspension ring, red Morocco case. £50-80
319.    20th cent. Rosewood work box with fitted interior. 11½ins. x 9ins. x 5ins. £60-80
320.    Early 19th cent. Mahogany knife box with inlaid shell motif. £80-120
321.    19th cent. Leather bound persuader/cosh. 18ins. £30-50
322.    Collectables: Scratch built 3½ins. gauge Tich steam locomotive, (Collectors' item only not to be used). 16ins. £800-1200
323.    Collectables: Scratch built 3½ins. gauge Big Tich steam locomotive, (Collectors' item only not to be used). 21ins. £1200-1800
324.    Good quality terrestrial globe inlaid with semi precious stones. Approx. 18ins. £40-60
325.    Three polo mallets and wooden snooker scoreboard. £20-30
326.    Sporting: A numbered boxed set of four Taylor Rolph Lignum Vitae lawn bowls. £30-50
327.    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. £20-40
328.    20th cent. Oriental Buddha and other figure, composite plasterstone and ceramic. Plus cups and saucers, bowl with covers and plates. (2 boxes)
329.    Books: Chinese Creeds and Customs, VR Burkhardt. red cloth cover with dust over. Third edition. Three volumes Lady Precious Stream (A Play) SI Hsiung with personal dedication signature of the author Eighth Edition. Soft back edition English and Chinese dialogues Wong Le Hing. £30-50
330.    20th cent. Oriental Ceramics & Metal Ware: Damascene style ovoid shaped vases with floral decoration - a pair 9ins. a unmarked Satsuma ovoid vase 9ins. plus inverted onion shape Cloisonné vase and cover 8ins. high and Arita plates x 2. £40-60
331.    Oriental Ceramics: Early 20th cent. Cloisonné ware, two handled urn with floral decoration with hardwood stand. 7½ins. Tall. £30-50
332.    Ceramics: 19th cent. Japanese Satsuma vases, cobalt blue ground decorated with Geishas panels. 10ins. One repaired. £20-30
333.    Oriental Objects of Virtue: Carved jade pale green lily pad and elephant, off white pig pendant, amethyst and green variegated tortoise. £50-80
334.    20th cent. Yellow jadeite carved long tailed birds, a pair. £80-120
335.    20th cent. Oriental carved soapstone and glass animals. Approx. 20. £20-30
336.    Jewellery: Oriental Chinese jade bangle with silver fittings and a jade ring as a entwined band with gold fittings. £100-150
337.    Green jadeite carved geese, a pair. Height 3ins. £80-120
338.    19th cent. Chinese large tureen 14ins, plus blue and white oval dishes on stand x 2, blue and white bowl 8ins, miscellaneous plates, floral bowl, etc. £50-80
339.    Chinese Art & Calligraphy: Two boxed glass pen sets including ink pots, soapstone seal in the shape of a lion with sealing paste in a pot. Plus an airbrush kit and three books 'The Art of Chinese Calligraphy', 'Painting Birds and Animals', and 'The Decorated Letter'. £40-60
340.    Dolls: Post war composite Chinese dolls 5ins. (4). £20-40
341.    Late 19th early 20th cent. Cloisonné miniature teapots (3), miniature ceramic Cantonese teapots 2 x, and a Jadeite example (6). £50-80
342.    20th cent. Oriental Ceramics: Ceremonial tea basket of woven bamboo construction containing one porcelain teapot & two teacups. £30-50
343.    20th cent. Oriental circular carved box, leaf and floral decoration, with plain finial. 9ins. Dia. £30-50
344.    20th cent. Carved Chinese wooden figure of Immortal and child. Height 14½ins. Base 8½ins. x 6ins. £50-80
345.    20th cent. Cloisonne and ceramic trinket pots, four miniatures in the form of apples, ceramic blue/white Abbey A/F. Plus embroidered silk example. £40-60
346.    20th cent. Oriental: Carved treen netsuke, 2 frogs on a lily pad, 2 wrestlers, a zodiac ball and a carved cat. £20-30
347.    Iconography/Asian Art: Cast figure of a standing Buddha in a peace pose. 8½ins. £80-120
348.    Asian Art: 19th century Nepalese/South East Asian bronze figure of a deity Buddha in a peace post 18ins.
349.    Fashion: Susan Small petrol blue satin evening/dinner dress, square neck, three quarter length sleeves, tight waist. Full floor length skirt with flat pleats to the waist, lined, the dress has a black Buckram underskirt and an inner bodice which hooks up at the back. There is a back detail of a self colour rosette at the waist line. Size 10/12. £50-80
350.    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
351.    Doulton Lambeth: Harvest commemorative tyg William Shakespeare, hallmarked silver collar, 4½ins. Plus plain example EPNS collar. Harvest jugs, hallmarked silver collar, 7¼ins. and 8½ins. Royal Doulton: Character jug, Robin Hood, D 6527.
352.    Doulton Lambeth: Stoneware harvest jugs. Six graduated jugs. Two A/F. From 5ins. to 8¼ins. £50-70
353.    Doulton Lambeth: Slaters Patent simulated ceramics, leather jack with hallmarked silver rim commemorating end of the Civil War, made for Phillips Oxford St. 6ins. plus a matching beaker. Royal Doulton flue blue 'Babes in the Wood' plaque - a pair 7¼ins. Possibly reproduction. Doulton Lambeth brown glaze jug bearing the image of the Tower of London from Bankside, impressed marks to base 7ins. Slater Patent simulated ware tan leather barrel shape 'Lit not a man be seen here etc' 8¼ins. (6). £100-150
354.    Doulton Lambeth: Chinese & Willow ware jugs 6½in. and 5½in. Royal Doulton Harvest/hunting jugs, blue example with a design of applied ladies in Welsh costume, another example with applied hunting dogs, horse riders and oak trees plus another example. (5). £60-80
355.    Royal Doulton: Waisted jugs, cobalt blue rim and base, with motto 'The Wisest of People' etc. 10ins. plus another smaller example 'Take fortune as you find her' 8½ins. (2). Doulton and Slaters: Silicon ware butter dish, 1902 Ethel Bean, sugar bowl and milk jug Rosina Brown, water jug with white metal swing cover x 2, Rosina Brown 1891-1910. (6). £80-120
356.    Royal Doulton: Under the Greenwood Tree Series, chargers (scene 12), a pair. 13½ins. Dia. Plus Under the Greenwood Tree Series, large charger. Dia. 15ins. (3).
357.    Royal Doulton: Under the Greenwood Tree Series, cinder dish with wavy edge x 2. 9ins. Plus Under the Greenwood Tree Series, circular bowl x 3. 8ins. x 7¾ins. x 7ins. (5).
358.    Royal Doulton: Under the Greenwood Tree Series, shallow rectangular dish with wavy edge x 2. 9ins. x 7¼ins. (2). Plus Under the Greenwood Tree Series, crudite dish Robin Hood Guy of Gisborne and Robin giving alms to beggar. (4). £50-80
359.    Royal Doulton Stoneware: Hicks oil lamp, stamped Hicks PTD, the design is of ivy leaves, impressed mark E.D.L. Edith D Lupton, etched glass shade. £150-200
360.    Veritas: Brass base oil lamp, black circular base, cranberry colour etched shade. £150-200
361.    Art Nouveau: Cast oil lamp with the centre taking the form of a flower, signed E. Fuchs (Emil Fuchs) with opaque glass reservoir again decorated with flowers, on marble base. 25ins. £100-150
362.    Doulton Lambeth: Slaters Patent simulated stitched leather black jack with hallmarked silver rims 6½ins. & 9ins. (2). Slaters Patent simulated ware black stitched leather motto jacks with hallmarked silver rims 'Bitter must be thy cup' etc 8ins. and 'The landlords Caution' 6¼ins. (2).
363.    Royal Doulton: Salt glaze jug, bearing the motto, A quart of Ale is a dish for a King, plus The pleasure of doing good is the only one that never wears out motto jug, blue glaze banded jug, brown glaze jugs - a pair and a Royal Doulton art pottery jug. (6 Jugs). £60-100
364.    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. £40-60
365.    19th cent. part Staffordshire possibly Coalport part tea service, comprising Colbalt blue, with vine decoration in internal rim, slop bowls x 2 (1 A/F), bowl stands x 2, tea cups x 6 (1 A/F), saucers x 10, coffee cups x 10 (1 A/F). Plus 6 Crown Derby dessert plates with floral decoration and gilt border. £50-80
366.    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
367.    20th cent. Gladstone China crested ware teapot on stand and sugar bowl decorated with the Welsh dragon holding a banner. Cymru am Byth. Aberayron. Plus Griselda Hill (Wemyss Ware) preserve pot decorated with black chickens, date 8-8-92. V.R on cover. £20-30
368.    Ceramics: Late 19th/early 20th cent. Lambeth Doulton vase converted to a lamp, applied decoration taking the form of flowers. 13½ins. £50-80
369.    Late 19th/early 20th cent. Minton Chinese Tree No.1959, dinner plates x 3, Jlmeau Graf Henneberg Germany floral and gilt bowl, Wedgwood dessert set square bowl, plates dark blue and gilt border and central floral decoration x 6. £60-90
370.    19th cent. possible unmarked Vienna pin dishes, gilt ground. Three with female portraits, one with three children sitting on a fence. (4). £30-50
371.    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
372.    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
373.    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
374.    20th cent. Ceramics: Augarten Spanish riding school figurines 'Couxbette' rider with rearing horse - large. Height 12ins. £150-200
375.    20th cent. Ceramics: Augarten Spanish riding school figurines 'Leuade' rider with rearing horse - small. Height 9ins. £100-150
376.    20th cent. Ceramics: Augarten Spanish riding school figurine 'Leuade' riderless rearing horse. Height 9ins. £100-150
377.    20th cent. Ceramics: Augarten Spanish riding school figurines 'Ind Den Pilaven' school between two posts 9½ins. 'Caprio' rearing being schooled Height 12ins. Both A/F reins damaged and 1 minus hoof. £150-200
378.    Early 19th cent. Ceramics: Blue transfer printed Copeland & Garrett c1833-1847 large meat dish 'Rebecca at the Well' with floral border 19ins. x 14ins. Plus another smaller meat dish also 'Rebecca at the Well' impressed 'Spode 1' approx. 16ins. x 13ins, and an unmarked oval with fisherman on a lake Spode dish. £150-200
379.    Chinese blue and white shallow circular pots and covers, figures in a garden, dia. 4ins. Plus two others decorated with landscape themes, dia. 2¾ins. £80-120
380.    Chinese blue and white long necked mallet shaped vases with white metal collars, a pair. 6ins. £80-120
381.    Chinese blue and white Kraak bottle vase Wahli decorated with alternate panels of horses and flowers the rim ground, height 10ins. Plus Kraak plate with central and alternating panels woman with child, cherry blossom, restored, dia. 9ins, and small side plate dia. 6ins. £200-300
382.    Chinese Export Ware: Blue and white plates depicting willow decoration x 3, plus one other similar design. Dia. 9ins. £80-120
383.    17th/18th cent. Dutch Delft blue and white double gourd vase G K mark to base Gerrit & Kam 10ins. Plus Delft plate unsigned, dia. 9ins. £150-200
384.    20th cent. Ceramics: Spode Luneville 8½ins plate x 12, Spode Marlborough 8½ins plates x 10, 7½ins plates x 6, Spode Marlborough Sprays 6½ins plates x 4, Luneville floral sandwich set, oval dish, 5½ins plates x 4, plus miscellaneous ceramics. £40-60
385.    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
386.    19th cent. Glass: Claret jug with rivet repair, ring neck decanter, cut glass dressing table bottles x 3, bon bon dishes x 2. £40-60
387.    19th & 20th cent. Glassware: Collection of two claret and two ships decanters. £40-60
388.    20th cent. Glass: Mats Jonasson crystal sculpture, deer running through grass, approx. 7½ins. x 8ins. signed to base. Art glass vase etched with two children looking at flying birds. 5½ins. x 5½ins. £40-60
389.     An early 18th century European whaling or captains glass, 7ins. high, of bell bowl form engraved and gilded with the image of two warships leaving land symbolised by flowers. Further engraved with the legend 'T Welvaren Van Onse Schib', roughly translating from standard Dutch as 'Good Fortune For Our Ship'. The glass itself widens at the base with a solid section at the lower section of the bowl above a hollow inverted baluster knop stem, and is typical of production from Thüringen and Saxony in the second quarter and mid-18th century. 8ins. approx.
390.    Antarctic/Polar exploration Terra Nova: An electroplated silver six slice toast rack from the British Antarctic Expedition Terra Nova, RYS (1910-1913) with two small expedition crests on upper side of base and maker's marks for Walker & Hall underneath (stamped with 'W&H' trademark pennant above the letter J, "Walker & Hall, Sheffield, England", 5⅞?ins. x 6⅞?ins.
391.    Plated Ware: Silver plated flatware, and two toast racks. £40-60
392.    19th cent. E. P. Spirit kettle on stand plus plated salver with gadrooned edge on supports. £100-150
393.    White metal five piece carving set in fitted case, retailed by C. Detouche, Paris. Tests as silver, French marks. Fork and spoon have ivory ends. £100-150
394.    Hallmarked Silver & Mother of Pearl: Dessert set knives x 12 and forks, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1909-10 mahogany cased with cartouche 1912. £150-200
395.    Hallmarked Silver: Notelet book with repousse front depicting Putti, leather body & velvet case, unused. £50-80
396.    White Metal: Lidded oval dressing table pot with cover, stamped 800, with cover repousse classical decoration. Approx. 8oz. £100-150
397.    19th cent. White metal & cut glass double ended perfume flask with stopper L 4ins. plus a mother of pearl carte de visite case, diagonal panels with engraved floral & organic designs. 4¼ins. x 3ins. x ¼ins. £100-150
398.    Hallmarked Silver: Vesta, cigarette case, card case, plus two silver coins, various hallmarks. Total weight 5·55oz. £60-80
399.    Hallmarked Silver: Replica Roman spoon with Christogram engraved in bowl, Birmingham 1968. 1oz. £50-80
400.    Hallmarked Silver: Georgian sugar tongs, London marks G.T. Approx. 1oz. £30-50
401.    Hallmarked Silver: Spoons Old English pattern, one basting spoon 2 dessert, 1 table spoon and scrap. Mixed Georgian and Victorian hallmarks. Total weight 12·46oz. £140-160
402.    Hallmarked Silver: Bachelor coffee pot, egg cup, cream jug, and salt, various hallmarks. Total weight 13·8oz. £160-180
403.    Hallmarked Silver: Dressing table ring stand, London EE above TH. Approx. 3oz. £50-80
404.    Hallmarked Silver: Hip purse or waistcoat hip flask, Birmingham mark W.B and S, William Base & Son retailed by Mappin & Webb plus a book match holder indistinct Birmingham marks 4½oz plus three silver topped items. £50-80
405.    White Metal Jewellery: Five bracelets all stamped 925 and all test as silver. Total weight 66·9g. £50-80
406.    White Metal Jewellery: Eleven bracelets all test as silver, all stamped 925. Total weight 38·4g. £20-40
407.    White Metal Jewellery: Nine bracelets all test as silver, all stamped 925. Total weight 32·3g. £20-40
408.    White Metal Jewellery: Eight bracelets all test as silver, all stamped 925. Total weight 71·5g. £40-60
409.    White Metal Jewellery: Eight bracelets all test as silver, all stamped 925. Total weight 37·2g. £20-40
410.    Hallmarked Silver: Four bracelets hallmarked London and Birmingham. Total weight 70g. £40-60
411.    Hallmarked Silver: Three ID bracelets hallmarked London and Birmingham. Total weight 50g. £40-60
412.    Hallmarked Silver: Four bracelets hallmarked London. Total weight 34·2g. £20-40
413.    20th cent. Danish Silver Jewellery: Rings, Niels Erik From, set with banded agate plus an unidentified amethyst set 925 ring. £70-100
414.    Studio Jewellery: A.G. Eker Norwegian 1950s ring modernist design, row of raised bars across the face of the ring, blackened patina between each groove, stamped inside the ring Sterling Norway, A.G. Eker. £80-100
415.    20th cent. Danish Jewellery: Georg Jensen earrings stamped 925 Denmark, stamped 128B oval Jensen mark. £100-150
416.    Hallmarked Silver: 20th cent. Designer rings Scottish marks possibly A. Hill & Co, two English mark, three with 925. Plus four pairs of earrings. £60-80
417.    HRH Victoria Diamond Jubilee: Commemorative floral spray brooch, 81·6mm long, pave set with 151 diamonds. Central cluster surrounded by shamrocks, rose and a Scottish thistle. On one part intertwined are the initials VR and at the ribbon end is the number 60. Curved removable pin and roller safety catch. Additional safety chain. Gross weight 19·8g.
Diamond specifications (approx.)
Old brilliant Swiss singles and rose cut diamonds.
Cluster 0- six 3·3mm (0·13ct) each. One hundred 2·5mm (0.05·5ct) each.
Forty 1·8mm (0·02ct) each. Five 1mm (0.005ct) each
Total diamond weight estimated to be approx. 7ct.
Average clarity - S12-PI. All stones draw some colour.
Fluorescence - SW - 2 bright green. LW - same stones high intensity purple. 3 medium purple.
Initials on box RB Mrs Rose Bessemer. Provenance old Bristol family. Fred King of Bristol believe given to his wife then by descent. Fred King a self made man, started life as a delivery boy and eventually owned a chain of seven provisions stores. £3000-3500
418.    Hallmarked Silver: Five pairs of earrings, one ring, one brooch, one bracelet, and one silver gilt locket. Total weight 77·3g. £40-60
419.    Hallmarked Silver: Hinged bangle with floral decoration hallmarked Birmingham. Weight 43·3g. £20-40
420.    Hallmarked Silver: Nine assorted silver rings hallmarked London and Birmingham. Total weight 42·3g. £30-50
421.    Hallmarked Silver: Nine silver items to include fobs, brooches, padlock fasteners and ingot. Hallmarked London and Birmingham. Total weight 49·4g. £40-60
422.    Hallmarked Silver: Four necklets with pendants, all hallmarked Birmingham. Total weight 70g. £40-60
423.    Hallmarked Silver: Eight assorted silver rings hallmarked London and Birmingham. Total weight 36·4g. £20-40
424.    Hallmarked Silver: Four bracelets hallmarked London and Birmingham. Total weight 40g. £20-40
425.    White Metal Jewellery: Six bracelets all test as silver, all stamped 925. Total weight 42·6g. £20-40
426.    White Metal Jewellery: Six necklets all test as silver, all stamped 925. Total weight 70·2g. £40-60
427.    White Metal Jewellery: Four necklets all test as silver, all stamped 925. Total weight 116·6g. £60-80
428.    White Metal Jewellery: Thirteen necklets and two bracelets all test as silver, all stamped 925. Total Weight 94·3g. £60-80
429.    Hallmarked Silver: Necklets, two twisted rope lines, the other three with pendants, one being a brooch pendant. Total weight 97·1g. £50-80
430.    Hallmarked Gold: 18ct. White gold oval link bracelet set with one hundred and forty five brilliant cut diamonds, estimated weight of (145) 3·53ct. Weight of bracelet 27·1g. Hallmarked Birmingham made by De Beers, pattern number DB555G. Diamonds assessed as F colour, clarity VS1. £3500-4000
431.    Diamond wishbone ring set with nine brilliant cut stones, estimated weight 0·35ct. stamped and tested 585. 2·5g. Inclusive £70-100
432.    Jewellery: Yellow metal marked 9ct. earrings. Ball, drop x 2, link 6 pairs. Approx 8g. Plus a watch. Approx. weight 11g inclusive.
433.    Jewellery: Yellow metal four dress rings. All tests as 9ct. gold. Total weight 8·8g. £120-140
434.    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
435.    Coins: Half Sovereigns (2) 1909 and 1912. £300-350
436.    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. £180-200
437.    Hallmarked Jewellery: Three signet rings, two hallmarked London, one Birmingham. Total weight 8·5g. £120-150
438.    Hallmarked Gold: 9ct. Gold ring set with diamonds and sapphires, hallmarked Birmingham. Plus a yellow metal ring set with a synthetic blue spinel. Tests as 9ct. Stamped 9ct. Total weight of two 5·1g. £80-120
439.    Hallmarked Gold: 9ct. Gold, three rings one set with a synthetic emerald and synthetic white sapphires, one set with a synthetic ruby, and the third set with cubic zirconia. Two hallmarked London and one Birmingham. Total weight of three 7·5g. £100-120
440.    Hallmarked Gold: 9ct. Gold bracelet hallmarked Birmingham import stamp, and a yellow metal necklet, each link stamped 9·375. Tests as 9ct. Total weight 17·9g. £250-280
441.    Hallmarked Gold: 9ct. Gold three bracelets hallmarked London. Total weight 9·7g. £120-150
442.    Hallmarked Jewellery: Three bracelets, two London import stamp, one hallmarked Birmingham. Total weight 7·6g. £120-150
443.    Hallmarked Jewellery: Three necklets and one bracelet, import stamps London and Birmingham. Total weight 8·9g. £120-150
444.    Hallmarked Jewellery: Four fancy bands, two hallmarked London, one Birmingham. Total weight 7·4g. £100-120
445.    Hallmarked Gold: 9ct. Gold two bracelets, one necklet hallmarked London import. Total weight 6g. £80-100
446.    Jewellery: Yellow metal bracelet, tests as 9ct. Stamped 375. Weight 6·1g. £80-100
447.    Hallmarked Gold: 9ct. Gold chain, hallmarked London import. Weight 6·3g. £80-100
448.    Hallmarked Gold: 9ct. Gold bracelet and necklet hallmarked London and Birmingham import marks. Total weight 5·5g. £60-90
449.    Hallmarked Gold: 9ct. Gold necklet Birmingham import stamp. Weight 10·9g. £150-180
450.    Hallmarked Gold: 9ct. Gold bracelet import stamp Birmingham. Weight 4·3g. £60-80
451.    Hallmarked Gold: 9ct. Gold bracelet with padlock fastener. Hallmarked London. Weight 17·6g. £250-280
452.    Hallmarked Gold: 9ct. Gold bracelet hallmarked Sheffield. Weight 8·7g. £120-140
453.    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
454.    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. £220-280
455.    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. £380-450
456.    Hallmarked Gold: Gentleman's signet ring 9ct gold set with small diamond within starburst, bark effect design to shank 6·3g. £80-120
457.    Jewellery: Mid 20th cent. Yellow metal brooch, tests as 18ct, in the form of a bunch of grapes on the vine with opals forming the fruit. 5·4g. Inclusive. £60-80
458.    Jewellery: Lalique yellow metal ring, crystal intaglio of nude kneeling. Test as 18ct. gold. There are French marks on shrank. Weights 17g. £450-500
459.    Gold Jewellery: 15ct. and 625 Chester hallmarked hand of Fatima bar brooch set with red stone. Approx. 3g. £60-100
460.    Jewellery: White metal ring cluster set with seven synthetic white spinel, tests as 18ct. white gold. There are French marks on the shank. Weight 3·5g. £90-110
461.    Hallmarked Jewellery: Diamond five stone graduated old cut boat shape ring hallmarked London, 18ct. Estimated weight 0.3ct. £150-200
462.    Hallmarked Gold: Two 9ct. Gold brooches one hallmarked Chester, and one London. Plus a ring set with cubic zirconia, hallmarked London. Total weight 7·4g. £100-120
463.    Jewellery: Yellow metal curb link bracelet with import mark, tests as 9ct gold. Weight 17·9g. £250-280
464.    Jewellery: Yellow metal double circular link bracelet tests as 9ct gold. Weight 4·9g. £70-100
465.    Diamond ring half hoop six brilliant cut stones, estimated 0·45ct. set white gold stamped 750 18ct. tested. 2·5g. Inclusive. £150-200
466.    Mid 20th cent. Costume Jewellery: Yellow metal necklet, fancy entwined strands with shell motif, tests as 9ct. gold, weight 20g. £200-300
467.    Watches: Lady's and Gent's Sekonda quartz watches, gold plated case and bracelet. £30-50
468.    Watches: Bulova Longchamp wristwatch with stainless steel strap. £120-180
469.    Hallmarked Gold: 18ct yellow gold open faced pocket watch made by Arnold & Dent London 1505, movement number 4363, hallmarked London 1833. White dial with black Roman numerals, the watch was presented to the Right Rev. Robert Stanser D.D second Bishop of the province of Nova Scotia, with a pinch back watch chain and fob, the fob stone is engraved with the Bishop's seal. Plus one loose stone also engraved with the Bishop's seal, and a yellow metal watch key in the form of a fox head, tests as 9ct gold. £600-1000
470.    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)
471.    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
472.    Watches: Gentleman's Seiko wristwatch. £40-60
473.    Watches: Ladies Rolex oyster perpetual date just, (superlative chronometer officially certified) watch. Black diamond set dial (10 stones). Plain case on bracelet. Hallmarked 18ct gold common control mark head of Helvetica (Switzerland) marks 9235F

474.    Watches: Rolex "Wimbledon" Datejust wristwatch, stainless steel strap. UK watch with 2020 warranty card and tags. £6500-7500
475.    Watches: Omega Seamaster day/date wristwatch with Omega stainless steel strap. £600-800
476.    Mid 20th cent. Designer Jewellery: Brooches, yellow metal & paste including sphinx, unmarked (10) plus white metal Magnus Maximas pendant. £50-80
477.    Mid 20th cent. Statement Costume Jewellery: Necklaces, unmarked, and Mark & Spencers and a quantity dress rings. £40-60
478.    Mid 20th cent. Designer Jewellery: Trifari, white metal "Tsuba" with black inlay pendant and chain, leaf earrings, plus three yellow metal brooches of organic form. £40-60
479.    Mid 20th cent. Costume Jewellery: Necklets, four hematite beads of various sizes. £120-150
480.    Mid 20th cent. Fashion Jewellery: Red, black and white yellow metal necklaces, bangles and yellow metal scarf pins. £40-60
481.    Mid 20th cent. Fashion Jewellery: Brooches, white and yellow metal, some in the form of flowers set with coloured stones, yellow metal retro style, etc. Approx. 40. £50-80
482.    Costume Jewellery: Eternal collection twisted bead necklace, boxed. Micro mosaic circular brooch, deco enamel brooch, yellow metal bracelets, ceramic brooches, Viking style circular pendant, beads, Concorde wallet, boxed.
483.    Costume Jewellery: 1st Nation American Navajo Jabot necklace of black, orange & white beads. £60-80
484.    Costume Jewellery: 1930s style square multi coloured Millefiori glass bead necklace. £30-50
485.    Jewellery: White metal, one necklet with a shell pendant, one ring and one pendant. All tests as silver, and one hallmarked silver necklet. £30-50
486.    Costume Jewellery: White metal rings. All four set with coloured and white synthetic stones. Total weight of the four 8·4g. £40-60
487.    Mid 20th cent. Costume Jewellery:Necklet of Lapiz Lazuli beads. Size of beads 9·5mm. £120-150
488.    Mid 20th cent. Fashion Jewellery: Monet yellow metal bracelet and brooch, boxed. Ten pairs of earrings mounted on cards and three pairs un-carded. £50-80
489.    Costume Jewellery: Rings, brooches, necklet. All in a jewellery box. £30-50
490.    Mid 20th cent. Designer Jewellery: Christian Dior yellow metal paste necklace plus matching earrings. £60-100
491.    Proof Coins: 1996 Elizabeth II 70th Birthday silver proof crown £5 x 2. Both boxed. £40-60
492.    Roman Follis AE Constantinius bust facing right as Caesar 301-303 mint mark PLG (Lyon) Genio Pop uli Romani, Genius standing left, B right, good clear portrait. £50-80
493.    Numismatics: Elizabeth II, Charles & Diana, and anniversary 5/- crown (9) 50 years £5, George VI 1937 crown, misc. copper, George III 1806 farthing, etc. Prince of Wales miniature box containing 4 1848 pattern coins, 1885 Morgan Philadelphia dollar, Netherlands 1932 2½ guilder. Coins - 1931 Weimar Republic first (5) Reichsmark oak tree Berlin mint mark, all circulated. £50-70
494.    GB Coins: Collection of ·500 point silver, 3d's, 6d's, 1/-, and four crowns, all dated between 1921 and 1946. 11·86oz. £70-100
495.    English Banknote: Series D last issue £1 D.H.F. Somerset Chief Cashier mint condition, sequential number Dx07, 427231-32-33-34-35-36-37-38-39-40- Dx07 425235 has a small bottom corner crease. £30-50
496.    19th cent.& later Objects of Virtu: Fine lawn handkerchiefs with a pocket mother of pearl needle case, needle holder in the form of a umbrella, treen acorn, thimble case, miser's purse x 2. Stanhope in the form of miniature binoculars, (views of the Isle of Wight) white metal chain purse 1953, Coronation coach and horses cased crown, Stratton compact & another, miniature book of Coronation, etc. £50-80
497.    Objects of Virtu: 19th cent. Tortoiseshell and mother of pearl miniature musical instruments mandolin and guitar, 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. £50-80
498.    Writing Requisites: S.J. Du Pont mid 20th cent. ball point pen, ribbed body, stamped, name trade mark, black clip, Number 53 K 70. Made in France, contained in fitted lined case. £80-120
499.    19th cent. Objects of Virtu: Cloisonné miniature inkwell, paper mâché and mother of pearl oval pen case. £40-60
500.    Smoking Requisites: Ronson cigarette case and lighter, Faux mother of pearl and gilt cigarette box, miniature brass flask, three brass lighters and an onyx cigarette box. (Please note that lighters cannot be sent through the post) £40-60
501.    Writing Requisites: Pens and propelling pencils, hallmarked silver YardoLead propelling pencil J. M. & Co. London, plus a cased ·925 silver pen by Greggio of Italy. £80-120
502.    Smoking Requisites: 19th cent. Meerschaum pipe body decorated with carved fighting horses, no stem, in velvet lined leather case. £20-30