Fine Art, Antiques & Collectables Auction
on Saturday 26th June 21

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1.      Early 20th cent. Oval beaten brass bevel edged mirror in the Arts and Crafts style. 31ins. £50-80
2.      Late 18th cent. English oak and elm elbow chair. £150-250
3.      20th cent. Glazed pine counter top shop display cases. 48ins. x 24ins. (2) £40-60
4.      Late 19th/Early 20th cent. Fashion: White lawn wedding dress, Peter Pan ruffle collar, elbow length sleeves, the long skirt decorated with ruffles, ending in a short train, size 8/10. Plus straw boater contained in hat box. £30-50
5.      20th cent. Large pine bookcase, five shelves. 84ins. x 30ins. x 16ins. £30-50
6.      Fashion/Designer Shoes & Boots: Unisa beige patent leather sling back peep toe shoe, 3½ins heel, boxed with dust jacket, size 38. Unisa pink sling back peep toe court shoe, Harrods dust jacket, boxed size 38. Russell and Bromley beige leather sling back peep toe court shoe, 4ins heel. Russell and Bromley black patent sling back wedge shoe, Kurt Geiger box and dust jacket. (4 pairs) £40-60
7.      Fashion/Designer Shoes & Boots: Russell and Bromley black patent Loopy-Lou court shoe, 3½ins heel, narrow platform, boxed, size 37½. Russell and Bromley gold colour leather sling back pointed court shoe, 4ins heel, Charles Jourdan box. L. K. Bennett black silk and suede pointed court shoe, 3½ins heel. Light brown leather court, 3ins heel, Stuart Weitzman box. (4 pairs) £40-50
8.      Fashion/Designer Shoes & Boots: Di Sandro black leather ankle boots, side zip, 3½ins square heel, boxed with dust jacket, size 3½. Charles Jourdan black suede ankle boot, side zip, 3ins heel, Kurt Geiger dust jacket, boxed, size 3½. Prada box Russell and Bromley brown court shoe, 3½ins stiletto heel, pointed toe, Charles Jourdan dust jacket, size 3½. Prada Ocean camel leather high heel sandal, boxed, Prada and Harrods dust jacket, size 3½. (4 pairs)
£40-50
9.      Fashion/Designer Shoes & Boots: Gabor leather mule, bead decoration, cork wedge. Clarks leather mule. Episode leather strap slip on flat, Russell and Bromley box. Bologna and Figli beaded flat sandal, Unisa box, Harrods dust jacket, size 37. Two unrelated boxes. Linca gold colour leather strap sling back evening shoe, kitten heel, Dune box, L. K. Bennett dust jacket, size 38 on box. Carvela tan leather strap shoe, 4ins heel, Bruno Magli box, Harrods dust jacket, size 37½ on box. Mascaro shocking pink flat strap sandal, pink Mascaro box, size 38. (7 pairs)
£30-50
10.     Flags & Banners: Collection of approx. 43 reproduction flags in bespoke storage solution. 60ins. x 34ins. £60-100
12.     19th cent. and later ceramics, miscellaneous to include Pears prints in gilt frames, Hammersley strawberry dish, Royal Winton, etc. £30-50
13.     19th cent. Mahogany single tester bed. NB The photograph shows a lace canopy on the bed, this is not included. £100-150
14.     W. Ward after G. Morland: 18th cent. Coloured engravings, The Farmer's Stable and Feeding the Pigs, London 1792. Published by Simpson, 22ins. x 18ins. Framed, a pair. Plus another engraved by Keating after F. Wheatley P.A published by B.B. Evans 1798. Preparing for Market. 22ins. x 18ins. Plus 19th cent. Staffordshire Flatbacks: The Fortune Teller 12ins, Farmer and his Wife 13ins. x 2 (A/F). Late Yardley Lavender, Cries of London soap dish.
£20-40
15.     20th cent. Gilt decorated wooden framed multi sectional mirror. 42ins. x 24½ins. £50-70
16.     Late 19th/Early 20th cent. Ceramics: Staffordshire flatbacks, girl with a goat, Highland lad and his lady, standing under a clock, white dog A/F, two other Staffordshire figures, miniature Lancaster and Switzerland vases a pair, miniature enamel vases a pair A/F, tapestry depicting lovers in a garden, framed and glazed, cinder treen bowl and cover. £40-50
17.     Nelson: 19th cent. German ribbon frames showing HMS Victory in Portsmouth. 8ins. (3) plus assorted needlework. Plus Robert Graves engraving of Nelson, plus another of Nelson Bound for Trafalgars Bay. 17ins x 13ins. and 24ins. x 15ins. (2)
£30-50
18.     Ceramics: Large quantity of Woods blue and white willow pattern and others, together with framed and glazed samplers and pictures, plus a terracotta flow glaze oil lamp. £40-60
19.     20th cent. Oriental dome top shoe box plus a collection of other miscellaneous smaller treen boxes, wicker shelf, and a small foot stool. £40-60
20.     20th cent. Ceramics: Includes Limoges, Noritake, Aynsley Dickens Christmas plates, Caroline Quartermaine coffee cans, drinking and other glasses, metalware brass, pewter drinking set, etc. (3 boxes) £20-40
21.     Ceramics/Metalware: 20th cent. Ribbon plates and later to include reproduction Staffordshire, Edwardian tile, etc. (5 boxes) £30-50
22.     Royal Memorabilia: Ephemera and books, including Prince Philip Autobiography and The Coronation Souvenir, plus twelve Coronation mugs for George V, Edward VIII, George VI, Queen Elizabeth II. £20-40
23.     20th cent. Ceramics & Glass: Includes boxed Royal Worcester jam pot, and an unboxed example, Jasperware, Royal memorabilia ribbon plates, Honiton ware sugar bowl, pressed glassware and boxed reproduction Aynsley ware coffee can set. £20-40
24.     Treenware: 20th cent. Miscellaneous items to include assorted boxes and a cannon. (3 boxes) £30-50
25.     Textiles: 20th cent. Decorative wall hangings x 2, contemporary rugs, plus parasols, Balinese puppets, etc. £30-50
26.     20th cent. Ceramics, Glass, Platedware: Keyrings novelties, teaware, toys, straw collages, prints, etc. (3 boxes)
£30-50
27.     20th cent. and later white metal and brassware skimmers, candlesticks, etc. (2 boxes) £20-40
28.     Scales, Weights & Measures/Metalware: 19th and 20th cent. Brass, copper and platedwares including hunting horns, candlesticks, plates and an Indian style box. 19th cent. Beam scales with weights, plus a small reproduction set and a set of Liberia kitchen scales with weights.
£40-60
29.     Late 19th cent. Two copper kettles together with a small copper coal scuttle, and a quantity of brass fire tools. £30-50
30.     18th cent. Brass warming pan together with an assortment of small brassware. £30-50
31.     20th cent. Metalware: Brass companion set, tea caddy, horse brasses and copper kettle. £30-50
32.     Early 20th cent. Rural collectables, large circular French galvanized milk separator with painted decoration. £50-80
33.     Rural Collectables: Includes carved oak wall plaque, weighing scales, outside lamp, chimney cowl, etc. £60-80
34.     Early 20th cent. Oak banjo barometer with stylised flower decoration, metal face and separate thermometer. 32ins. £40-60
35.     20th cent. Mahogany two tier side table, 32ins. x 19ins. x 37ins. Embroidered footstool, circular table on ball and claw supports, and a wine table. (4) £30-50
36.     Star Wars: 'Life size' cardboard cut-outs from a private collection. Probably used for a foyer or shop display. #113 Darth Vader measures approx. 75ins. #115 Storm Trooper approx 73ins. #116 Artoo-Detoo (R2-D2) approx. 38ins. Each one is dated marked as 'TM & Copyright Lucas Film Ltd'. (3) £50-80
37.     Star Wars: 'Life size' cardboard cut-outs from a private collection. Probably used for a foyer or shop display. #113 Darth Vader measures approx. 75ins. #114 See-Threepio (C3PO). Each one is dated marked as 'TM & Copyright Lucas Film Ltd'. (2) £40-70
38.     Carpets & Textiles: 20th cent. Beige ground with large central floral gul. Five borders all with stylised floral decoration with reds, greens, ivories, and browns. 10ft. x 6ft. 6ins. £150-250
39.     Carpets & Textiles: 19th cent. Turkey carpet, red ground, seventeen guls of geometric design with six borders in reds, greens, blues, and orange. 12ft. x 9ft. £150-250
40.     20th cent. Oriental carved Padouk wood drinks tables. (2) £30-50
41.     20th cent. Pictures and prints to include John Pengelly and Alec Wiles, Trish Scarlett and Laurence Crosby. Approx. 14. £50-80
42.     20th Cent. Chippendale style 2 seater hall seat with blue upholstered drop in seat.
£30-50
43.     20th cent. Ceramics, Glass & Plate: Blue/white Chinoiserie style soap dish, Hertel-Jacob coffee pot and creamer decorated with pink roses, Naples trinket pot, Roy Kirkham figure of a lamp lighter, green and cream chamber pot, plated salver, Apollo Continental coffee maker boxed, blue glass barley twist candlestick, etc. £30-50
44.     20th cent. Drexel reproduction George III style chest of drawers. 64ins. x 19ins. x 31ins. £60-80
45.     19th cent. Mahogany pot cupboard/washstand. 13ins. Plus mahogany pot cupboard, single drawer with inlay. 16ins.
£20-40
46.     19th cent. Mahogany jardiniere stand on turned column on fine tripod, stamped C 9775 to base. £30-50
47.     20th cent. Pine kitchen table with one central drawer, on turned supports. 47ins. x 31½ins. £40-60
48.     20th cent. Circular wine tables, some with leather inserts. (6) £60-80
49.     Contemporary pine large double bookcase with adjustable shelves. 93ins. x 67ins. £100-150
50.     Fashion Handbags: Mulberry brown leather, zip close, Mulberry logo on zip tag, zip compartment inside bag, chain decoration Mulberry key tag, leather handles. Mulberry tote style bag black leather, zip close, with Mulberry logo, check lining, zip compartment in bag, Mulberry logo to front, metal tag. (2 bags) £100-120
51.     Fashion & Accessories: Ladies and gentlemen's silk handkerchiefs all in a silk lined suede bag. (21) £30-50
52.     Fashion Handbags: Charles Jourdan evening box strap bag, gilt and white metal furnishings, leather shoulder strap, black silk lining, metal nameplate inside bag. Tan leather cream patent leather trim shoulder bag, cream leather lining yellow metal Charles Jourdan nameplate. Yellow leather shoulder bag, envelope style flap with bow decoration, cream leather lining, metal Charles Jourdan nameplate. Navy blue leather clutch bag, self colour leather lining with metal Charles Jourdan plate. All with dust bags, one Charles Jourdan, others miscellaneous. Plus white quilted leather bag, gilt chain handle, self colour lining, Charles Jourdan nameplate. (5 bags) £50-80
53.     Fashion Handbags: Kurt Geiger snakeskin bag gilt chain handle, gilt furnishings, cream silk lining, gilt Kurt Geiger nameplate, plus dust bag. Charles Jourdan black suede shoulder bag, bronze leather shoulder strap and trim, Charles Jourdan metal plate, black leather lining, Celine Paris dust bag. Fior, Bond Street, black box bag, gilt chain shoulder strap and clip, dust bag. Belesco black and grey leather clutch bag, black silk lining, paper label Belesco, dust bag. (4 bags) £40-60
54.     Fashion Handbags: Tan woven straw clutch bag, black lining. Bronze leather bag silver and gold colour cord shoulder strap, dust bags. (2 bags) £20-40
55.     Fashion Handbags: Joan and David brown leather bag, double leather handles, zip compartment, leather Joan and David Made in Italy label inside bag, with dust bag. Osprey brown leather bag, impressed Osprey name to front, stud fastening, Osprey by Graeme Ellisdon label to inside of bag. Fendi Roma shoulder bag, zip close. (3 bags) £40-60
56.     Fashion/Designer Shoes & Boots: Gucci Patriarch black leather court shoe. Boxed, Bruno Magli dust jacket. Size 3½. Gucci black leather Cosham boots, zip side, stiletto heel. Boxed with dust jacket. Size 3½. Russell and Bromley upper clasp beige suede court shoe, kitten heel, boxed, Harrods dust jacket. (3 pairs)

£40-50
57.     Fashion/Designer Shoes & Boots: Kurt Geiger Nappa leather black ankle boot, 2½ins heel, boxed, size 38. Stuart Weitzman suede ankle boot, side zip, 2½ins heel, boxed, dust bag, size 7. Charles Jourdan ankle boot side zip, leather trim with buckle, 3ins heel, size 7½. (3 pairs) £40-50
58.     Records: Vinyl 45 RPM by various artists including The Police, Shakin' Stevens, Barry Manilow, Madness, Toyah Wilcox, and many more. (70) £70-90
59.     Scientific Instruments: Late 20th cent. Prinz Astral 500 Telescope on it's adjustable wooden tripod, with instruction booklet. £50-80
60.     Late 19th cent. Mahogany oval tilt top loo table on ornate heavy three legged base with castors (locking pin missing) 58ins. x 44ins. x 31ins. £40-60
61.     Carpets & Rugs: 19th cent. Turkaman runner, geometric designs on beige ground with reds, blues, ivories and blacks. 10ins. x 2ft. 7ins. £100-150
62.     Flatware: Community plate canteen pattern Oneida, Montford flatware, miscellaneous designs, knives, forks, soup spoons, cake splice, contained in a red lined fitted case, marked Community by Oneida. £40-50
63.     Victorian mahogany spoon back nursing upholstered in tapestry fabric. £80-100
64.     Mid 20th cent. Teak coffee table with Nathan Manufacturers label to underside. 36ins. x 21ins. £40-60
65.     19th cent. Prints: Antiquarian framed engraving Jersey, P I Ouless (5), Bath Appleby, Wiltshire, coloured. (3). £20-40
66.     20th cent. Chinese camphor wood marriage chest decorated with stylised figures. 42ins. x 22ins. £50-80
67.     18th cent. Rustic oak and pine peg jointed child's chairs. A pair. Height 30ins. £50-80
68.     20th cent. Ercol style Windsor oak sideboard. Three cupboards over two drawers with two cutlery drawers to the interior. 51ins. x 19ins. x 30ins. £70-100
69.     20th cent. Mahogany shield shaped dressing table mirror with two drawers to base, together with a green velvet covered footstool. £20-30
70.     Early 20th cent. Mahogany lyre end drop leaf side table. £20-40
71.     Early 20th cent. Mahogany aesthetic bar back dining chairs x 4, plus one other. (5) £40-60
72.     20th cent. Treen glazed display case, sloping top. 21ins. x 16ins. x 5ins. Plus oak display case. 24½ins. x 18½ins. x 3ins. Both top opening. £50-80
73.     20th cent. Oak gate leg table. 40ins. x 58ins. x 30ins. £40-70
74.     19th cent. Wing back upholstered armchair of good proportions. £80-120
75.     Early 20th cent. Oak buffet with carved floral decoration and brass furniture. 54ins. x 51ins. x 18ins. £50-80
76.     Early 20th cent. Oak kitchen settle with squab cushion. 60ins. x 22ins. x 54ins. £60-100
77.     20th cent. Desk top mahogany glazed display case 14ins. x 112ins. x 3ins. Another black painted example with sloping top 18ins. x 14½ins. x 6½ins. and 4ins. Plus oak display case with plaster painted bird plaques. (10) £60-80
78.     Late 18th/early 19th cent. Oak square tilt top table on tripod leg base. 28½ins. x 27½ins. £80-120
79.     20th cent. Oak bureau with carved linen fold panels to top and carved decoration to top drawer front. £60-80
80.     Mahogany Sheraton Revival demi-lune pier table, fruitwood inlaid with a geometric motif, on tapering spade supports. 45ins. £140-160
81.     20th cent. Mahogany wall hung glazed bookcase. 30½ins. x 30½ins. x 9½ins. £30-50
82.     20th cent. Burr walnut rectangular coffee table, 35ins. x 17½ins. Plus a small mahogany side table with single drawer, 12ins. x 16ins. £30-50
83.     Art Nouveau: Copper fire screen mounted in black painted wrought ironwork steel frame, plus 19th cent. Copper cauldron with iron handle. £90-110
84.     Edwardian mahogany cross banded purdonium with fall front and lead liner. 13ins. x 14ins. x 25ins. £40-70
85.     20th cent. Woolwork fire screen in ornate rosewood frame. £60-80
86.     18th cent. Oak Bible box with later additions, cast iron hinges, chip decoration to sides, and ornate carving to front panel with initials E D. 30½ins. x 15½ins. £150-200
87.     18th cent. Oak side table, one large drawer with two brass handles. 32ins. x 22ins. £200-250
88.     Early 18th cent. Mahogany Pembroke drop leaf table with single partitioned drawer and one dummy drawer. 33ins. x 41ins. £250-300
89.     19th cent. Oak drop leaf Pembroke table, single drawer, with cross stretchers. 29ins. x 36ins. £100-150
90.     20th cent. Ceramics: Portuguese green/cream soup tureen and ladle on stand, matt finish. Alhambrian flower trough green ground, scroll border, central panel of pink and purple flowers. 8½ins. x 12ins. Unmarked baluster vase decorated with pink orchids. £30-50
91.     18th cent. Drop leaf table on tapering supports ending on pad feet. 41ins. £30-50
92.     19th cent. Mahogany buffet on turned supports. 47ins. x 19½ins. x 36ins. £50-80
93.     19th cent. Regency rosewood dwarf chiffonier. 36ins. £60-80
94.     Early 20th cent. Gothic Revival oak dining chairs with pair of lion head masks to back stretchers. Set of 10. £80-120
95.     Early 20th cent. Tudor Revival oak buffet, two small drawers to top shelf with two cupboards below, heavily carved with lion head masks. 47ins. x 21ins. £80-120
96.     Iconography: 20th cent. French brass altar crucifix impressed DePose No. 45. 22½ins. £70-120
97.     Books: Wisden Cricketers' Almanacs: P/Bk 1964, 1966. H/Bk 1968, 1969, 1970, 1978. £20-30
97A.    Late 19th cent. Oak extending dining table with two leaves. When fully extended measures 100ins. x 41ins. £80-120
98.     20th cent. Plateware: Set of six fish knives and forks cased, six grapefruit spoons cased, set of six cake knives cased, set of six dessert spoons and serving spoons cased, miscellaneous knives, spoons, etc. Plus manicure set enclosed in a leather purse, and a Book of Common Prayer and Hymns. £30-50
100.    Plated Flatware: Ex-Dr. S. Lavington Hart Collection. Cooper Bros. Dinner and dessert knives, plus other plated flatware. £20-40
101.    19th cent. Mahogany rectangular dining table with extra leaf. 74ins. x 46ins. £60-80
102.    19th and 20th cent. Oak joint stools. (4) £120-150
103.    19th cent. Mahogany travelling/campaign chest of modest propotions, two over three drawers, each with lever locks and carrying handles to each side. 25ins. x 12ins. x 27ins. £80-120
104.    19th cent. pine blanket box. 42ins. x 22ins. x 14ins. £40-60
105.    19th cent. Rustic pine kitchen table with single drawer. 34ins. x 71½ins. x 29ins. £150-250
106.    Late 19th/early 20th Cent. Hinks Duplex No. 2 oil lamp being a cipher of intertwined L and M beneath a coronet. 25ins. £60-100
107.    Early 19th cent. Mahogany bureau, four drawers below with brass furniture, on bracket supports. 41ins. x 20ins. x 40ins. £80-120
108.    19th cent. Biedermeier style walnut cabinet on bun feet and figured panels. 59½ins. x 33ins. x 19¾ins. £120-160
109.    20th cent. Glass: Ex-General Sir John Akehurst KCB CBE. Square cut glass whisky decanters, a pair, crystal sherry decanters x 2, plus one other, whisky glasses x 6, two etched with a Viking longboat, two with United Kingdom Air Force, and two crested. £60-100
110.    20th cent. Oak spindle back rush woven seated dining chairs x 6. £40-60
111.    20th cent. Beech folding bookcases. 28ins. x 37ins. (2) £30-40
112.    Souvenir Spoons: Eighty one white metal examples collected from mainly North America and Europe, seventy two in display racks, plus nine in protective cases. £20-40
113.    Ear;y 20th cent. 'Tyrela' mahogany oval wind up gramophone on four supports, double doors to front and hinged top, decorated with swag transfers. Signed Tyrela. 30ins. x 21ins. x 18ins. £60-80
114.    21st Cent. Red ground rug with gold stylised floral decoration. 75ins. x 52ins. £30-50
115.    18th cent. Oak panelled kitchen cupboard with later additions. 41ins. x 72ins. x 21ins. £200-300
116.    19th cent. Flame mahogany linen press two opening inlaid doors revealing five slides, two over three on drawers. Shaped bracket supports, Dentil frieze veneer on doors. A/F, includes two original keys. 48ins. x 24ins. x 82ins. £150-250
117.    19th cent. Mahogany linen cupboard robe over two short and three long drawers. 50ins. x 85ins. x 22ins. £150-200
118.    Early 19th cent. Mahogany linen press with sliders and period handles (in drawer). 41ins. x 81ins. x 23ins. £150-250
119.    19th cent. Mahogany bow front chest of two short drawers and four graduated long drawers on swept bracket supports. 41ins. x 21ins. x 47ins. £150-250
120.    George III mahogany chest of two over three drawers of good colour on raised bracket supports. 20ins. x 37½ins. x 37½ins. £150-250
121.    George III mahogany chest of two over three drawers of good proportions on bracket supports. 39ins. x 19½ins. x 34ins. £200-300
122.    19th cent. French ebonised Bonheur du Jour, stylised inlaid decoration with brass mounts. 32ins. x 19ins. x 55½ins. £400-600
123.    20th cent. Arts style oak refectory table square block and peg construction and hay fork stretchers, carved knights helmet under apron. 31ins. x 31ins. x 72ins. Ex-property of Lieutenant-Colonel Harry Harris Resident Engineer at the Palace of Westminster from 1967 to 1974. £400-600
124.    Early 19th cent. Cherry wood plank farmhouse table on tapered supports, long end on drawer with smaller to side. 69ins. x 30ins. x 30ins. £800-1000
125.    Early 20th cent. Mahogany Regency revival, ebony banded glass tray top display table shell and banded pattern, four tapering supports with shelf beneath. 30ins. x 17½ins. £70-100
126.    Arts & Crafts: Liberty & Co. Goodyers oak hall seat with Rexine cushion and backrest decorated with club and heart cut outs. 47ins. x 22ins. x 12ins. £500-800
127.    Gardenalia: Early 20th cent. crown top chimneys. 35ins. (2) £60-100
128.    Gardenalia: Large cannon louvre chimney. 56ins. £100-150
129.    Victorian disassembled slate fire surround with marble inserts. (5 pieces) £100-150
130.    Art Nouveau: Black cast iron fire surround with inset red ceramic tiles to sides, and embossed brass decorative panel to top. £100-150
131.    ANTARCTIC/TERRA NOVA EXPEDITION/LAWRENCE EDWARD GRACE OATES (1880-1912)

A Peal & Co. trunk, of natural cow hide with brass rivets, side carrying handles, cow hide straps with brass buckles, with black lettering on the lid "L.E.G.OATES. INNISKILLING DRAGOONS", the interior cloth-lined, 28 x 16 x 18in. Provenance: Caroline Oates; Violet Oates and Lot 203 Christies Exploration and Travel September 1998. A MEMENTO OF OATES, recalling his service in the 6th (Inniskilling) Dragoon Guards. He had risen to the rank of Captain by the time the regiment gave him leave so that he could take part in Scott's second expedition. "I am just going outside and may be some time." With these immortal words, Antarctic explorer Capt Lawrence Oates set out to meet his death 109 years ago, aged 31, and entered the history books. He was one of five men who died as they tried to return home from Robert Falcon Scott's ill-fated expedition to the South Pole in 1912.

In 1910, he applied to join Robert Falcon Scott's expedition to the South Pole-the Terra Nova expedition-and was accepted mainly on the strength of his experience with horses and, to a lesser extent, his ability to make a financial contribution of £1,000 towards the expedition. Nicknamed "the soldier" by his fellow expedition members, his role was to look after the 19 ponies that Scott intended to use for sledge hauling during the initial food depot-laying stage and the first half of the trip to the South Pole. Scott eventually selected him as one of the five-man party who would travel the final distance to the Pole. Oates disagreed with Scott many times on issues of management of the expedition. "Their natures jarred on one another", expedition member Frank Debenham recalled.When he first saw the ponies that Scott had brought on the expedition, Oates was horrified at the £5 animals, which he said were too old for the job and "a wretched load of crocks."He later said: "Scott's ignorance about marching with animals is colossal."[This quote needs a citation] He also wrote in his diary "Myself, I dislike Scott intensely and would chuck the whole thing if it were not that we are a British expedition ... He is not straight, it is himself first, the rest nowhere ..." However, he also wrote that his harsh words were often a product of the hard conditions. Scott, less harshly, called Oates "the cheery old pessimist", adding: "the Soldier takes a gloomy view of everything, but I've come to see that this is a characteristic of him. According to Scott's diary entry of 16 or 17 March (Scott was unsure of the date but thought the 16th correct) Oates had walked out of the tent the previous day into a −?40 °F (−?40 °C) blizzard to his death. Scott wrote in his diary: "We knew that poor Oates was walking to his death, but though we tried to dissuade him, we knew it was the act of a brave man and an English gentleman."

Scott, Wilson and Bowers continued onwards for a further 20 miles (32 km) towards the One Ton food depot that could save them but were halted at latitude 79° 40' S by a fierce blizzard on 20 March. Trapped in their tent and too weak and cold to continue, they died nine days later, eleven miles (18 km) short of their objective. Their frozen bodies were discovered by a search party on 12 November; Oates's body was never found. Near where he was presumed to have died, the search party erected a cairn and cross bearing the inscription: "Hereabouts died a very gallant gentleman, Captain L. E. G. Oates, of the Inniskilling Dragoons. In March 1912, returning from the Pole, he walked willingly to his death in a blizzard, to try and save his comrades, beset by hardships.

£2000-3000
132.    20th cent. Brass fireguard peacock/fan. 33ins. £30-50
133.    20th cent. Fountain taking the form of stylised koi carp, tail A/F. £20-40
134.    Clocks: 18th cent. Oak 30hr longcase clock, brass face and spandrels. Chas (Charles) Raymond Lydeway. 10ins. Dial. £300-500
135.    Late 19th cent. Mahogany 10ins. Fusee dial wall clock with pendulum and key. £80-120
136.    20th cent. 8 day oak longcase clock, brass dial, signed Maple, London. £150-250
137.    18th cent. Welsh oak/elm dresser with ornate fruit wood frieze to shelves. Base with two long drawers and one small drawer over two cupboard doors. 60ins. x 19½ins. x 78ins. £800-1200
138.    Late 19th/early 20th cent. Sauce tureens and ladles on stands. Meakin cream/blue and gilt tureen on stand with ladle, Doulton 'Lorna', Bristol semi-porcelain decorated with pink roses, Copeland Spode decorated with borders of flowers, Hatfield decorated with blue flowers and gilt border, May decorated with pink flowers set in a brown/green Chinoiserie design, brown/gilt example of the above tureen, all with stands and ladles. Blue and white tureen and cover A/F no ladle, Burleigh 'Hamilton' tureen and ladle. £80-100
139.    20th cent. Large needlepoint wall hanging tapestry depicting a romantic landscape with, lake, mountains and a church. 63ins. x 50ins. £150-200
140.    20th cent. Needlepoint wall hanging tapestry depicting a wooded garden landscape. 58ins. x 50ins. £100-150
141.    20th cent. Prints: Signed limited edition, wildlife Simon Coombes lion and lioness 'The Hypnotist' 160/1250. Signed lower right. Mounted, framed and glazed. 34ins. x 29ins. £60-80
142.    20th cent. Needlepoint wall hanging tapestry depicting a scene of people departing by boat, entitled 'L'embarguement pour Cythere'. £50-100
143.    Early 19th cent. Prints: 'Dr. Syntax' drawn and etched by Thomas Rolandson. All titled Dr Syntax...with my Lord, at Covent Garden, at the funeral of his wife, visits a boarding school for young ladies, the foundling, entertained at college, seven in total, all framed and glazed. 8½ins. x 5½ins. (7) Continental School: 20th cent. Two oils on board, both of a building in a landscape of rivers and mountains. 10¼ins. x 5¼ins. Plus Old masters, landmarks, landscapes, Winnie the Pooh, and Egyptian. Various sizes. (19)

£30-50
144.    20th cent. Nicholas Raison: Watercolour swans heads mute, whooper and Bewick, signed lower right. Plus signed harvest mouse print and two others. £20-40
145.    Marjorie Cox (1915-2003): Pastel study of an elderly gentleman smoking a pipe, framed and glazed. Together with a Victorian framed and glazed watercolour of a seated gentleman, an oil study of a gentleman, and a gilt framed oil painting of Regency gentleman. £80-100
146.    Dorothy Woolland Ex 1910-39: Bristol pencil studies, 'Park Place, St. Michaels' and 'The University Tower', both signed L.R. Frost & Read stock number labels on reverse. 10ins. x 8ins. Framed and glazed 18ins. x 15ins. Plus Edward Sharland (1884-1967) artist proof coloured etchings, The Basket, and Cheese Shop. (2) 13ins. x 8ins. £50-70
147.    20th cent. Reproduction woolwork sampler, double dated 1722-1803. Maritime, family, and religious themes, good colours, re-framed and glazed, 16½ins. x 16½ins. Plus a smaller one, similarities in themes and church design, re-framed and glazed, 15ins. x 12ins. £40-60
148.    Prints: Frank Algernon Stewart (1877-1945) Pencil signed hunting prints with ink remarques to the margins Chiddingford, Blackmore Vale at Yarcombe, Cattlestock at Lytton Cheney, plus Berkley that is just signed. 10ins. x 25ins. (4) £70-120
149.    Prints: Henry Thomas Alken 19th cent. Hunting prints A Simple Discovery, A Troublesome Discovery, A Curious Discovery, A Fatal Discovery, and A Painful Discovery. 8ins x 11ins. (5) Plus two other hunting prints. £60-100
150.    Prints: Cecil Aldin (1870-1935) Print of The Blackmore Vale Hunt bearing his signature in the margin in pencil. 12ins. x 26ins. £40-60
151.    Alec Wiles (1924-2020): Watercolour of a Cornish rural scene, plus four other original works. 21ins. x 28ins. (5) £50-80
151A.   20th cent. Watercolours three coastal studies, together with two African sketches. £30-50
152.    19th cent. and later pictures, prints and portraits. (2 boxes) £50-80
153.    20th cent. Large needlepoint wall hanging tapestry depicting a romantic landscape with a lake, mountains, and castle. 70ins. x 51ins. £150-200
154.    W. R. Newman, Devizes Artist & Sculptor: Two watercolours on paper, 1969 The Canal Bridge near the Barracks and 1969 St. John's St. Devizes. Both dated and signed bottom right, framed and glazed. 14ins. x 10½ins. (2) Plus two watercolours on paper, 1947 Country Cottage and 1965 A Wiltshire Scene, signed and dated bottom right, framed and glazed. 14½ins. x 10½ins. (2) A series of W. R. Newman's wood carvings are in Devizes town hall.
£40-60
155.    Daphne Boothby (born 1931): 1992 watercolour and pastel on paper 'Perugia' village and seascape. 20ins. x 14ins. 1988 watercolour and pastel on paper 'Romsey Abbey'. 18ins. x 12½ins. Both signed, framed and glazed. (2) £40-60
156.    Daphne Boothby (born 1931): 1991 watercolour and pastel on paper 'Boats in Oporto', framed and glazed. 17ins. x 10½ins. 1998 oil on canvas Mediterranean Architecture. 40ins. x 12ins. Both signed lower right. (2) £40-60
157.    English School: 19th cent. Ink wash highlighted with body colour, on card, pastoral scene 'Cattle in River', unsigned, framed and glazed. 5¼ins. x 4ins. Plus M. Relton: 20th cent. Watercolour 'Landscape', signed lower right, framed and glazed. 6½ins. x 4½ins. (2)
£20-40
158.    19th cent. English School: Oil on board rural scene, monogrammed bottom right MCD, framed and glazed. 9½ins. x 8ins. £30-50
159.    Geoffrey Clarke watercolour, landscape with church. 18ins. x 12ins. £60-80
160.    19th cent. English School: Watercolour of a rustic scene with men felling wood, indistinct signature bottom left. 19ins. x 12ins. £60-100
161.    19th cent. English School: Oil on board of a village scene, 7ins. x 5ins. Plus another of a castle, 12ins. x 9ins. Plus oil of a naive study of a child reading. 6ins. x 6ins. £50-80
162.    20th cent. English School: Edwin Greig Hall watercolour, lake and mountains, signed bottom left. 19ins. x 14ins. £30-50
163.    20th cent. English School: Watercolour of fishing boats 12ins. x 9ins. Plus one other. £50-80
164.    •Jeremy Annear: 'Untitled 1987', mixed media, framed and glazed. 34ins. x 22ins.
£300-500
165.    Late 19th cent. English School: Oil on board of a castle in rustic landscape, label verso attributed to Frank Hider 1861-1933. £100-150
166.    19th cent. Italian School: Y. Gianni 1916? Grand Tour Souvenir watercolour two girls Bay of Naples, signed lower right, framed and glazed. 16ins. x 7½ins. £150-250
167.    20th cent. English School oil on board Hunting Dogs. 17ins. x 13ins. £50-80
168.    Cornish Art: Claude Kitto (1913-1996) watercolour on paper Morning Mist Polperro with East Cornwall Society of Artists label to reverse. 14ins. x 9ins. £80-120
169.    19th Cent. Continental School, in the Italian style, oil on canvas, Madonna and Child, John the Baptist and Jesus. Both A/F, 17ins. x 24ins. £100-150
170.    Albert Moulton Foweraker (1873-1942): Watercolour on paper 'Tangiers', signed bottom right. 10ins. x 14ins. £400-600
171.    Henry Chappell (1874-1937): Unusual oil on panel of an Art Deco lady with an original poem titled 'Light of Dreams', signed by Chappell on the reverse. NB Known as The Bath Railway Poet he was a contemporary of Rudyard Kipling and was a highly regarded WWI poet. 24ins. x 19ins. £100-150
172.    •Sir Peter Markham Scott (1909-1989): Oil on canvas, The Wide Fens Pink Feet. Peter Scott 1951 Exhibition label to reverse, with further date and title label to stretcher. Signed and dated bottom right. 25ins. x 30ins. NB. This painting was a gift from Sir Peter to the vendor's grandfather, as they were close friends.
£3000-5000
173.    •Sir Peter Markham Scott (1909-1989): Oil on canvas Mallards in a Yellow Sky, signed and dated bottom left Peter Scott 1948. 29ins. x 30ins. NB. This painting was a gift from Sir Peter to the vendor's grandfather, as they were close friends. £2500-3000
174.    17th cent. Mezzotint of Mary Queen of Scots, D. G Scotiae and Franciae Regina. 10ins. x 13ins. £40-60
175.    Welsh Art: R. David Muspratt Knight (1950- ) Burry Port Harbour 13ins. x 10ins. Watercolour on paper and Hill Scene 8ins. x 12ins. Plus oil on board seascape by Muspratt Knight's mother Betty. 17ins. x 22ins. (3) £80-120
176.    Welsh Art: R. David Muspratt Knight (1950- ) watercolour on paper The Boathouse Laugharne 15ins. x 10ins. Plus Galerina Mutabilis Dinefur Park 9ins x 6ins. £80-120
177.    Welsh Art: R. David Muspratt Knight (1950- ) watercolour on paper Llangennech Marsh and Llangennech Woods. 15ins. x 10ins. (2) £80-120
178.    Hubert Schroeder: Black and white etching 'My Waking View'. £40-60
179.    Continental School: 19th cent. Watercolour on card titled 'Evian in Savoy', unsigned, framed and glazed. 7ins. x 4½ins. £40-60
180.    Alec Wiles (1924-2020): Cornish School watercolour study of a nude female dated 45, together with charcoal, pastel, and pencil sketches of female nudes, dated 1989 and 1995. (4) £70-120
181.    Alec Wiles (1924-2020): Cornish School charcoal sketches of female nudes, some dated 1989. (5) £70-120
182.    Alec Wiles (1924-2020): Cornish School ochre pastel sketches of female nudes, some dated 1989. (8) £70-120
183.    Alec Wiles (1924-2020): Cornish School a charcoal and chalk study of a nude woman dated 1971. £70-120
184.    Alec Wiles (1924-2020): Cornish School charcoal, chalk, and pastel studies of fishing boats and harbour scenes. (8) £70-120
185.    Alec Wiles (1924-2020): Cornish School three ochre pastel sketches of Penry, and Rock, together with two piece study of a harbour scene. (4) £60-100
186.    Alec Wiles (1924-2020): Cornish School, charcoal sketch of a tree lined road, together with a watercolour of a Cornish landscape. (2) £60-100
187.    Alec Wiles (1924-2020): Cornish School pastel of a liner surrounded by yachts, together with a pastel of a Cornish street scene. £60-100
188.    Alec Wiles (1924-2020): Cornish School pastel studies of a Cornish street scene. £60-100
189.    19th cent. Mahogany military campaign brass bound writing slope, brass plate to lid, inscribed 'A. P. Pinching Esq. H. M. 20th Regt.' Fitted interior with two ink bottles. £150-200
190.    Ceramics: 19th cent. and later to include Royal Doulton cat figure, Royal Doulton kittens, Royal Doulton brown glazed vase, black back stamped Belleek cup, an oil lamp, jeweller's scales, etc. £30-50
191.    20th cent. Perfume bottles to include Cranberry style, plus a yellow metal model of a golfer. (Approx. 24) £30-50
192.    Miscellania: Selection of items including Minton tile a pony, a Dutch tile a poacher, twenty unused greetings cards from 1920s and 1930s, postcard booklet The Victoria & Albert Museum 32 favourite postcards, four glass animals, ceramic calf figure, musical white metal optic, two Elvis Presley magazines, The True Story of The Presley Legend and Elvis Presley His Complete Life Story. £30-50
193.    20th cent. Mayan Style Terracotta figure, together with copper coloured metal bust of Siegfreid. (2) £40-60
194.    20th cent. Decorative items, brass Buddha figurine, and a metal bust on a marble base. £20-30
195.    Ceramics: Royal Worcester Evesham dinner service. £60-100
196.    20th cent. Ceramics: Wedgwood Florentine dinner service, dark green/gold pattern meat oval, dinner plates x 6, dessert plates x 5 (3 A/F), gravy boat on stand, side plates x 8. £50-80
197.    20th cent. Ceramics: Twenty three piece dinner service by Booths with a blue and fruit decorated border. 2 serving plates, 12 dinner plates, 5 side plates, 4 tureens and sauce boat.
£60-80
198.    20th cent. Ceramics: Royal Worcester twelve place setting tea set, cream ground, pink border with gilt leaf decoration, cake plates x 2 (1 A/F), slop/sugar bowl (A/F). Two cups A/F. Plus Royal Worcester floral after dinner coffee cans. Saucers x 8, cans x 8, sugar bowl and creamer.
£20-30
199.    20th cent. Ceramics: Royal Doulton Kingsware, Pied Piper pattern, Demitasse cups and saucers, coffee cans x 6, saucers x 5, demitasse teacups and saucers x 3, and one other saucer. £30-50
200.    20th cent. Ceramics: Laura Ashley cup and saucer decorated with honeysuckle and ribbon swags, Royal Worcester 'Duchess' cup and saucer, Aynsley 'Pembroke' vase, Crown Staffordshire dish, Hammersley square dish decorated with pink roses and green swag border, German floral and gilt plate, Kunst Konach cobalt blue and gilt squat vase. £40-50
201.    20th cent. Glassware: Whisky glasses x 6, brandy glasses x 6, Hock glasses x 6, sherry glasses x 6, and decanter. £40-50
202.    19th cent. Glass: Claret jug with rivet repair, ring neck decanter, cut glass dressing table bottles x 3, bon bon dishes x 2. £20-30
203.    Glassware and plate salver, sugar nips, condiments, tankards, water jug, wine glasses and flutes, cream jug, glass bowl, etc. £30-50
204.    Doulton ceramic ladies to include Stephanie HN3759, Winter's Day HN4589, Christmas Celebrations Cherie HN2341, Southern Belle HN2229, Mother and Baby HN3348, and Worcester Katie and Sunshine Day. £40-60
205.    20th cent. Ceramics: Poole dolphin, Hornsea fauna Royal spill vases, a pair, condiment set, salt, pepper and mustard in the form of apples. Plus Walker Hall plated strawberry dish stand with W. Wild dishes, two strawberry dishes with sugar bowl and creamer, Carlton ware blush dish, unmarked vase A/F, and hat pin stand containing two hat pins.
£20-40
206.    20th cent. Ceramics: Beswick Siamese Cat, Poole Blue Cat in sitting pose, Ducks floral design a pair, two groups of Watteau style figures, Yardleys style soap dish, Bunnykins 'Home Grown' figures A/F, etc. £20-40
207.    20th cent. Ceramics: Wedgwood, Jasperware pair of candlesticks, and embossed Queensware cup and saucer. £30-50
207A.   20th cent. Ceramics: Grafton Malvern tea china cups x 6, saucers x 6, side plates x 6, cake plate, cream jug, sugar bowl, preserve dishes x 2, plus 2 others, side plates x 2, and coffee pot. £30-50
208.    20th cent. Coalport Ming Rose cups x 2, saucers x 2, plates x 2. Royal Worcester Roanoke coffee cans and saucers x 6, Masons Mandalay spill holders, Wedgwood gold damask side plates x 3, eggshell cups x 3, saucers x 4, Spode fleur-de-lys cups x 4, saucers x 4, side plates x 4, cake plate and teapot. Minton vase, height 7ins, Aynsley, mustard, Royal Crown Derby, Wedgwood, etc. Small pots, cut glass, Herend rabbits x 2, etc.
£40-60
209.    Postcards: Pre-war 20th cent. Album containing a number of interesting cards including England V Australia Test Cricket 1926, Disney Snow White and the Seven Dwarves, etc. Plus a quantity of mixed British pictorial and other World stamps. £150-250
210.    Stamps & First Day Covers: Collection of 19th and early 20th cent. Japanese stamps attached to card, plus hundreds of loose World stamps, with at least sixty first day and commemorative covers from the 1970s-1980s, all contained within a 20th cent. oak document box with brass fittings. £40-60
211.    Stamps: Westminster album The Great Britain Collection mint, lightly/never hinged, GB Commemoratives from 6th July 1965 Churchill Commemoration -16th November 1983 Christmas issue. Plus a Simplex album of mainly used Commonwealth issues from 1950s and 1960s, together with a small Conquest album of used GB and a stockbook of same. £50-70
212.    Stamps: Loose, some on pieces, mainly used GB and Commonwealth with some World in bags and envelopes, plus some first day covers. £40-60
213.    Stamps: Two Simplex Junior albums of mainly used pre-WWII World issues plus a small stockbook, two small albums of 19th cent. World stamps and a box of loose. £40-60
214.    Stamps & First Day Covers: Two albums containing approx. 80 mint stamp presentation packs with corresponding first day covers, dating from January 1986-December 1992. Plus approx. 40 loose first day covers. £40-60
215.    Stamps & First Day Covers: Two albums containing 107 GB first day covers from 1980-1996, plus a stockbook of used GB stamps from 1980s-90s and a folder of loose leaf stock cards of mint stamps from South Georgia, South West Africa, Turks and Caicos Islands, Malaysia, and Russia, together with a box containing 23 mint GB presentation packs. £40-60
216.    Stamps: 18th and 19th cent. Three stockbooks containing mainly used World and GB 1d reds, etc. One stockbook (blue) contains many mint GB and Commonwealth including high value definitives and blocks of 1966 England Winners World Cup stamps plus a Lincoln album. £60-80
217.    Stamps: Forty four envelopes containing George VI and Elizabeth II stamps from Commonwealth countries, all used. £30-40
218.    Stamps & First Day Covers: Twenty two mint stamp presentation packs from the 1980s, an album of forty seven first day covers from the 1970s including the 1977 high value definitive issue, a stockbook and hundreds of loose stamps, plus a small Edwardian Lincoln album and later Triumph album of World and Commonwealth stamps. £40-60
219.    Stamps & First Day covers: One Simplex album of post-war European stamps, two stockbooks of same, one Simplex album, one Britannica album, and one Gibbons Worldex album of post-war World stamps, plus three first day cover albums of issues from Iceland, Denmark, and Sweden. (9 albums) £100-150
220.    Stamps & First Day Covers: Approx. 300 GB first day covers dating from 1970s-1990s many still in their Royal Mail postage envelopes. Plus ten mint stamp presentation packs and sixteen Royal Mail book of stamps including The Story of Beatrix Potter, A Treasury of Trees, Across the Universe, Tolkien, Euro's 96, Microcosmos, and The Brontė Sisters. £40-60
221.    First Day & Commemorative Covers; More than 120 GB first day covers 1966-1980s including 1969 high value definitives plus more than 150 German first day covers from late 1960s-1970s. £30-50
222.    Postcards: Early 20th cent. Includes local interest Melksham and Bath, airship, train and topographical. £60-100
223.    Postcards & Photographs: Late 19th cent. and later Studio portraits and postcards. (6) £50-80
224.    Cigarette & Trade Cards: The John William O'Brien Collection. Mounted and framed complete set W.D & H.O Wills Racehorses and Jockeys 1938, L40, 1939, double glazed. £30-40
225.    Stamps: George VI mainly Mint Commonwealth Collection in two albums. Countries of note Aden 1938, Falkland Islands 1950, Fiji 1938, Montserrat 1938, and Sudan 1941. £250-350
226.    Stamps: 20th cent. Album containing loose leaf stock cards of mint never hinged Ascension Island stamps from 1962-1998, almost complete collection. Plus a stockbook and album of mint never hinged stamps from Ascension, Namibia, Kiribati and Montserrat, many high value issues. £100-150
227.    Stamps: Album containing extensive collection of mint unhinged stamps of British Antarctic Territory dating from 1966-2000, almost complete issue. Plus Alderney mint never hinged issues from 1983-2001, almost complete, in Simplex album. £100-150
228.    Stamps: Simplex Junior album of pre-1935 Commonwealth stamps, mainly used including GB 1840 1d black with faint red Maltese Cross cancel and three thin borders, 2/6 and 5/- used Seahorses, many nice Victorian issues, plus an Errington & Martin album with many 19th and early 20th cent. World issues, a stockbook of mint GB, s stockbook of World and many loose GB mint stamps and 19th cent. covers. £100-150
229.    Stamps: Small Japanese collection including 1873 silk revenues, 1875-98 tobacco revenues, 1875 Bird issue plus many stamps from the 1876 to 1914 issues, and a pictorial sheet of Japan/Russia war issues, all used. £60-80
230.    Stamps: India King George VI issue 1937, SG247-264, 3p-25Rs, all mint lightly hinged. £80-120
231.    Stamps: 19th cent. Two stockbooks, one containing used examples SG1 1d black (damaged) SG3 imperf and perf, 2d blue, and SG6 P14 and P16 2d blues, 38 blues and 1 black in total. Plus second stockbook containing used and unused examples 1867-68, 1869-73, 1875-90 Heligoland issues imperf and perf. 24 in total. £100-150
232.    Stamps & Covers: Collection of more than 160 historical covers including GB opened by censor, Hong Kong Registered, Indian, USA, Canada, Registered Airmail, Norway return to sender 'Postal Service Suspended' etc. Plus an envelope of used Airmail stamps. £40-60
233.    Stamps & Commemorative Covers: The Standard loose leaf album containing King George VI Commonwealth Coronation Special Issues for thirty three countries and territories, 202 complete mint sets and 202 complete used sets. Plus an album containing more than 30 Coronation first day covers from the Commonwealth and 33 other George V and Elizabeth II Commonwealth first day covers. £100-150
234.    Stamps: Commonwealth, George VI Coronation, Stamps of The Empire (sic) 1937. Forty six mint sets of stamps in album, plus two stockbooks containing George VI Commonwealth Commemorative used for Silver Wedding, Coronation and Elizabeth II Coronation, mint and used. £60-80
235.    Stamps: 20th cent. Stockbook containing mainly used George V, George VI, including 1912 2/6, 5/-, and 10/- Seahorses, 1939 high value definitives including 10/- dark blue 1951 HMS Victory Series includes fifteen examples £1 brown, and two mint examples of 1948 £1 Silver Wedding SG494 together with a folder containing eighteen part sheets of 1966-68 issues. £60-80
236.    Stamps: Airmail cover Simla India to Campden Hill London via Hyderabad. Cancellation 30 May '32, over 8A Airmail, and 2A's, 6p's George V. £20-30
237.    Ephemera/Charlotte Brontė (1816-1855): A rare envelope written by Miss Brontė to her best friend and confidante Ellen Nussey, in brown ink bearing a Penny Red stamp and Leeds postmark August 1849. The envelope bears a black mourning band to the border. Ellen Nussey was the major influence for Elizabeth Gaskell's 1857 biography The Life of Charlotte Brontė, it is dated only weeks after the death of her sister Anne. £1200-1800
238.    Ephemera/Charlotte Brontė (1816-1855): A rare envelope written by Miss Brontė to her best friend and confidante Ellen Nussey, in brown ink. The envelope bears postmarks which date it to February 1845, notably Bridlington, Haworth and Bradford. Ellen Nussey was the major influence for Elizabeth Gaskell's 1857 biography The Life of Charlotte Brontė. £1200-1800
239.    Stamps: 2d blue SG45, 1858 Plate 9, AN, mint, lightly hinged, slightly off centre. £80-120
240.    Stamps: 2d blue, SG3, 1841, Plate 3, LF, used, Cancelled by Black Maltese Cross four good margins. £40-60
241.    Stamps & Social History: SG3 Two Pence Blue on complete letter, Plate 3 AI, Cancelled by a Black Maltese Cross with a single Circle receipt Cancellation on reverse 17 JY 1843 in black. The letter is to the Board of Guardians of the Linton Union from a Tho's H Cooper applying on behalf of himself and his wife for the posts of Workhouse Warden and Matron. £80-120
242.    Stamps: Penny Black, SG1, 1840, Plate 10 IJ used, Cancelled with Black Maltese Cross, three good and one thin margin SE and SW corners rounded. £80-120
243.    Stamps & Social History: GB, SG 1 Penny Black on complete letter, believed to be Plate 6, K L very large margin, cancelled by Red Maltese Cross. Huntingdon double Circle receipt Cancellation on reverse OC 6 1840 in red, and a Cambridge double Circle receipt Cancellation on reverse OC 7 1840 in black. The letter is headed Huntingdon Union, 6th October 1840 to Linton Union enquiring about the Conditions of Service of the Workhouse Manager and Matron. £180-240
244.    Stamps & Social History: GB SG1 Penny Black on complete letter. Believed to be Plate 2 M A. Clipped on left hand. Cancelled by Black Maltese Cross. Saffron Walden double Circle receipt Cancellation on reverse M* *3 1841 in black, and a Linton double Circle Receipt Cancellation on front, MY 29 1841 in black. The letter is headed Saffron Walden Union to the Linton Union confirming payment to a pauper in the Parish during a period of sickness. £120-180
245.    Stamps: Commonwealth, 1920-1955, one hundred envelopes of individual countries from Aden to Zimbabwe, mainly George VI mint and used. Thousands of stamps. £80-120
246.    Stamps: Stockbook containing mainly used GB Victorian issues including SG169 5d blue, SG144 3d red, SG66 4d red, plus many Victoria Jubilee issue stamps together with a loose leaf folder containing used GB Victoria-Elizabeth II 1969. £80-120
247.    Stamps: 19th cent. Postage stamp albums 'The Lincoln' oblong edition mainly Victorian and Edwardian World stamps, nice collection of Papal States, German States, Italy and USA, plus a stockbook of GB pre-paid envelope pieces Queen Victoria - George VI. £80-120
248.    Cigarette & Trade Cards: The John William O'Brien Collection. Album 23, containing twelve complete sets, including Wills Time and Money in Different Countries, Franklyn Davey & Co. Children of All Nations, Players Game Birds and Wild Fowl, Riders of the World, and British Empire Series. (1 album) £80-120
249.    Cigarette & Trade Cards: The John William O'Brien Collection. Album 25, containing fourteen complete sets including Ardath Britain's Defenders, Ogdans How to Swim, Modern British Pottery, Lambert & Butler Motor Cars (green), Players Victoria Cross Polar Exploration 2nd Series, and Regimental Colours and Cap Badges (regulars). (1 album) £80-120
250.    Cigarette & Trade Cards: The John William O'Brien Collection. Album 26, containing sixteen complete sets including Players Countries Arms and Flags (thick), Wills Strange Craft, and First Aid (no clause), Thompsons Comics Flags of All Nations, Churchman Civic Insignia and Flags, and Nabisco Foods Footballers. (1 album) £100-150
251.    Cigarette & Trade Cards: The John William O'Brien Collection. Card storage box containing over 3200 loose cards in sets, including Churchman Boxing Personalities, Story of Navigation, Association Footballers, Players Cycling, Motor Cars, Uniforms of the T.A, Film Stars, Godfrey Phillips Bird Paintings, etc. £80-120
252.    Cigarette Card Albums: Large quantity of Players, Wills, Brook Bond, to include ARP Precautions, International Air Liners, Kings and Queens of England. (21) £30-50
253.    Trade Cards: Twenty Five complete albums of Brooke Bond cards including British Butterflies, Trees of Britain, British Costume, etc. £20-30
254.    Tea & Trade Cards: Four Priory Tea I-Spy cards albums, two Lyons Tea albums, sixteen Brooke Bond albums, and Black Magic box full of complete sets approx. 20, plus a bag of 19th and 20th cent. marbles approx. 70. £20-40
255.    Cigarette & Trade Cards: The John William O'Brien Collection. Trade cards, sixteen Brooke Bond albums including butterflies and trees in Britain, six P.G. Tips albums including bird portraits and small wonders, three Ty-Phoo, two Lyons, Sellotape great homes and castles. 29 in total. £20-40
256.    Cigarette & Trade Cards: The John William O'Brien Collection. Complete set of the Ogdans 1939 issue British Birds and Their Eggs. £30-50
257.    Cigarette & Trade Cards: The John William O'Brien Collection. Three sets of trade cards issued by Tony L. Oliver, German Orders and Decorations 1963, German Uniforms 1971, and Aircraft of World War II 1964. £60-80
258.    Cigarette & Trade Cards: The John William O'Brien Collection. Complete set of John Player & Sons Cats, L24, 1936 issue. £30-50
259.    Cigarette & Trade Cards: The John William O'Brien Collection. Cadet Sweets Doctor Who and The Daleks 1965, incomplete set 48/50, numbers 35 and 42 missing. Rare set. £40-60
260.    Cigarette Cards: 1930s album containing six complete and one incomplete set (Will's Lucky Charms), including Lambert & Butler Motor Cars Series 1 and 2, Motorcycles 1923. £60-80
261.    Cigarette & Trade Cards: The John William O'Brien Collection. Album 9, containing fourteen complete sets including Players Cricketers 1930, Cricketers 1934, Wills Cricketers 2nd Series, Rugby Internationals, Railway Locomotives, Players Army Life, Edward Ringer & Biggs Prehistoric Animals and Richard Lloyd Old Inns Series 2. 1 album. £100-150
262.    Cigarette & Trade Cards: The John William O'Brien Collection. Album 13, containing thirteen complete sets, including Players Speedway, History of Naval Dress, Wills Portraits of European Royals 1-50 and 51-100. Plus album 14, containing fifteen sets of Brooke Bond Tea Cards including Out into Space (issued in), and British Birds Frances Pitt Series cream/white back. (2 albums) £60-80
263.    Cigarette & Trade Cards: The John William O'Brien Collection. Album 16, containing fifteen complete sets including Montagu Motor Museum Veteran and Vintage Cars 2nd Series, Players cricketers 1938 and Churchman Legends of Britain. (1 album) £60-80
264.    Cigarette & Trade Cards: The John William O'Brien Collection. Album 15, containing sixteen complete sets of trade cards including Reddings Tea Cathedrals of GB, and Heraldry of Famous Places, Anglo American Chewing Gum Zoo Stamps of the World, Mobil Oil Veteran and Vintage Cars, and Comet Sweets Ships Through The Ages Series 1 and 2. (1 album) £40-60
265.    Cigarette & Trade Cards: The John William O'Brien Collection. Album 18, containing thirteen complete sets including Stephen Mitchell & Son Famous Scots, Wills New Zealand Three Castles Cigarettes Lighthouses, Players Napoleon, Ships Figureheads, and Characters from Dickens Series 1 and 2. (1 album) £80-120
266.    Cigarette & Trade Cards: The John William O'Brien Collection. Album 17, containing fifteen complete sets including Gallahers Aeroplanes, C.W.S. Famous Buildings and Abdula Feathered Friends. (1 Album) £40-60
267.    Cigarette & Trade Cards: The John William O'Brien Collection. Album 20, containing eleven complete sets including Players Kings and Queens of England, Poultry, Churchman's The Houses of Parliament and Their Story, and Boxing Personalities. (1 album) £40-60
268.    Cigarette & Trade Cards: The John William O'Brien Collection. Album 21, containing twelve complete sets including Churchman The Story of London, Warriors of All Nations, B. Morris & Sons Racing Greyhounds, W.D & H.O Wills Association Footballers, Cinema Stars 3rd Series including Nos. 7 and 24, Old Furniture 1st Series, Players Film Stars and Hignett Bros. Actors Natural and Character Studies. (1 album) £100-150
269.    Cigarette & Trade Cards: The John William O'Brien Collection. Album 19, containing eleven complete sets including Ardath Sports Champions, Ogdans Actors Natural and Character Studies, Stephen Mitchell & Son Old Sporting Prints. (1 album) £40-60
270.    Cigarette & Trade Cards: The John William O'Brien Collection. Album 24, containing fourteen complete sets including Wills Old English Garden Flowers, and Ardath Your Birthday Tells Your Fortune. (1 album) £30-50
271.    Cigarette & Trade Cards: The John William O'Brien Collection. Album 22, containing sixteen complete sets including Players Military Head-dress, Motor Cars Series 1 and 2, Carreras Horse and Hounds (25), and Gallaher Famous Jockeys (blue). (1 album) £70-100
272.    20th cent. Costume Jewellery: Brooches including Hollywood, and novelty styles, earrings, Carrs plated cufflinks boxed, badges, two Nelson ceramic thimbles, assorted necklaces, and expanding white metal studio ring. £30-60
273.    20th cent. Jewellery: Expanding bracelet with white metal elephant charms, plus large quantity of jewellery boxes for rings, brooches, metal, velvet. etc. £20-40
274.    Costume Jewellery: From the personal collection of General Sir John Akehurst KCB CBE. Necklet, imitation pearls, brooch, and various earrings. £20-30
275.    Jewellery: White metal earrings, necklet, bracelet, rings, all test as silver, some hallmarked. Total weight 56g. Plus costume jewellery. £40-50
276.    Ladies Vanity Ware: Collection of powder compacts mainly Stratton and Vogue, includes hand painted and mother of pearl covers. (22) Plus Black hardwood circular trinket box, black velvet lined inlaid with abalone shells. 8ins. £60-80
277.    20th cent. Ceramics: Military Commemoratives Grimwades WWI Peace mug, mug with print of the peace signal on reverse, beakers, Macintyre absent minded beggar, a gentleman in khaki mug A/F, Freedom dish, George V Dreadnought mug, German 1914 Hoch Germania Hoch Bavaria Peace mug x 2, 20th xcent. Earl Mountbatten mug, Sadlers 50 Anniversary, Treacle Ware, England Expects plate 9ins, Spode Winston Churchill 'In Grateful Remembrance' brass Churchill ashtray. £20-30
278.    Militaria: WWII Victory Medal and War Medal, RAF issued to A. W. Payne Esq. In original condition, within original box. Plus train ticket for Calne-Chippenham and bicycle storage ticket for Calne Station. £20-40
279.    Militaria: Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry (Prince of Wales own Royal regiment) circular badge, crossbelt or horse harness plus quantity chromed George 'For Loyal Service' lapel badges approx dia. 19mm. x 6, ARP x 2, C.D x 3. Buttons twelve Lancers cap badges, plus four Buffalo jewels. £60-80
280.    Militaria: WWI Princess Mary brass Christmas box, 1914. £30-50
281.    Militaria: WWI trench art white metal matchbox holder, together with an aluminium photograph fram,e, purported to be made from a fragment of a Zeppelin. £30-50
282.    Militaria: Trench art spent rifle bullets in the form of a crucifix with a medallion affixed. Plus a Continental white metal penknife engraved with farmers, a small mother of pearl handled penknife and a pair of white metal cufflinks, all in leather box. £40-60
283.    Third Reich: Three aluminium Kreigsmarine mess spoons, together with a Luftwaffe marked knife and fork. (5) £30-50
284.    Militaria: Very ornate silver presentation Khanjar dagger, the bone handle, silver mounted in it's green velvet backed awl profusely decorated silver scabbard with belt mounts. Presented to General Akehurst when he served as Commander of the Sultan of Oman's Dhofar Brigade between 1974 and 1976. £700-1200
285.    Militaria: Mixed lot to include WWII 39-45 Star, Italy Star, Defence, 39-45 Medal and Africa Star, plus dogtags to R.M. Knight, army buttons and school medal. £50-80
286.    Militaria: Mixed lot to include trench art paperweight, MK4 RSA sight, WH Whisson WWI binoculars, WWI newspaper, R. Muspratt-Knight acrylic of a Spitfire, etc. £50-80
287.    Militaria: WWII German sand painted binoculars with engraved Eagle and Swastika and manufacturers code BW1, in a leather case. £100-150
288.    Militaria: Third Reich German Army steel belt buckle, War Merit Medal, Volksturm Armband, Red Cross Armband, and WWI Imperial German 1914-1918 Cross Medal. £80-120
289.    Militaria: Brass US Army belt buckle together with an East German Army belt buckle, an Italian Army belt buckle, and British Acme whistle and rubber cased compass. £30-50
290.    Militaria: Third Reich, a black cotton flag bearing white SS Runes. £50-80
291.    Militaria: WWII Barr & Stroud 7X Royal Navy binoculars, painted yellow broad arrow markings, with original leather strap. £80-120
292.    Militaria: WWII British Medal group with a reproduction Military Medal, 39-45 Star, Italy Star, France and German Star, Defence Medal, and War Medal. £100-150
293.    Militaria: Third Reich, a quantity of replica medals and badges to include Iron Cross 1st Class, Close Combat Clasp, Kuban Shield. £80-120
294.    Militaria: Royal Navy white Ensign flag of stitched construction. £50-80
295.    Militaria: Third Reich, a white metal replica SS Totenkopf ring in a black cardboard box with SS runes on lid. £30-50
296.    Militaria: WWII United States Navy Stars and Stripes flag, dated 1941. 60ins. x 35ins. £50-80
297.    Militaria: WWI small French art cut down 4.5 Howitzer 1917 dated case with carved wooden lid bearing cap badge of The Yorkshire Hussars with paper label stating it was made in a German POW camp. WWI large trench art mortar shell case converted into a fireside tool holder. £40-60
298.    Militaria: Large quantity of United States and Canadian Armed Forces plaques, most inscribed to General Akehurst at various stages throughout his career. (16) £50-80
299.    Militaria: Framed and glazed presentation painted parchment 'In appreciation of your distinguished Service' presented to General Sir John Akehurst KCB CBE as Deputy Supreme Allied Commander Europe by General R. Galvin US Army Supreme Allied Commander Europe and General John Shaud US Air Force, Chief of Staff. Plus five other framed and glazed presentation watercolours and prints, all presented to General Akehurst. £30-50
300.    Militaria: Ex-General Sir John Akehurst KCB CBE. Northamptonshire Regiment embroidered velvet trumpet banner together with a Northamptonshire Regiment tapestry fire screen in wooden and glazed stand. £50-80
301.    Militaria: Swiss Army M71 steel helmet, together with a post war German Army steel helmet, and a British post war black painted steel helmet. (3) £30-50
302.    Militaria: Collection of assorted British and other webbing, belts, pouches, and a large brown paper storage sack with Eagle and Swastika stamp. £30-50
303.    WWI/Militaria: Original photograph of WWI officer, killed in France, by acclaimed 20th cent. society photographer Dorothy Hickling. 4½ins. x 6½ins. £40-60
304.    Mid 20th cent. Aviation: Sliding cockpit canopy framework from a single seater military aircraft, traces of camouflage paint work, together with aircraft access panel/door reputed to be from an RAF Comet, stencil marked XK699.
£80-120
305.    Militaria: RAF aluminium ladder believed from RAF bomber. 14ins. x 73ins £80-120
306.    Law Enforcement: Blue nylon FBI baseball jacket, made by Dunbrooke, with embroidered FBI crest to front. £40-60
307.    Transport: 20th cent. Harley Davidson heavy black leather motorcycle jacket, with heavily embossed Harley Davidson logo to back, red lining, with Harley Davidson makers label. £80-120
308.    United States Carolina Military Institute glass fibre painted oval plaque. £30-50
309.    Advertising: 1970s Walls Ice Cream double sided 'A' board with two enamelled signs. £60-80
310.    Aviation: 1929 white metal and enamel pin back badge with image of a Zeppelin over the World, with wording 'Graf Zeppelin Weltflug 1929'. £80-120
311.    Aviation: R100 Airship promotional handbook. £80-120
312.    Militaria: 1940s scratch built wooden identification model of a Liberator aircraft on a framed stand. £80-120
313.    World War II, watercolour of two Spitfires pursuing a German Jet Fighter. Signed S. Page. 615/45. £40-60
314.    Alec Wiles (1924-2020): Pencil study of racing cars, signed bottom right. £40-60
315.    19th cent. Ceramics: Pair of dinner plates, gilt rimmed with crossed flags and Salvator makers label to rear Salviata & Co. Venezia. (2) £50-80
316.    19th cent. Delft style blue and white ceramic tiles of sailing ships. (4) £60-80
317.    20th cent. Fire Brigade French circular enamel sign, red and blue background with white lettering 'Access Pompiers'. £60-80
318.    Transport: 20th cent. USA yellow aluminium Deer Crossing Warning sign. £30-50
319.    20th cent. Russian enamelled steel signs from The Soviet period, house numbers, etc. £60-80
320.    Transport: 20th cent. Northern Ireland Railways enamel steel sign, red background with white lettering 'Warning Trespassers Prosecuted'. £80-120
321.    United States Fire Helmet Marked WYSOY Vol Fire Co. Plus a Brook Park Fire Dept. peaked cap. (2) £30-50
322.    Liners: 20th cent. HMS Vanguard booklet on The Royal Voyage to South Africa, together with an aluminium plaque headed 'Hummer Circuits' listing circuits for Royal rooms, etc. £150-200
323.    Transport: 19th cent. Cast iron London and North Western Railway Caution sign. £80-120
324.    Militaria: Two plastic regimental ice buckets, Royal Anglian and Northamptonshire Regiment, together with a quantity of military ties, glass paperweights,, and a large framed velvet backed presentation plaque to General Akehurst. £30-50
324A.   Militaria: WWI two corkscrew barbed wire picket posts, one British, and one German. £40-60
325.    Film Memorabilia/Movie Posters/GB Quad Posters: Woody Allen films Stardust Memories, and The Sleeper. Both folded. 30ins. x 40ins. (2) £60-80
325A.   Watches/Movie: James Bond 007/Omega shop display. 'Pierce Brosnan's choice Omega Seamaster GMT'. 19ins. x 27ins. £60-80
326.    Film Memorabilia/Movie Posters/GB Quad Posters: Sean Conner as James Bond in Never Say Never Again. Folded. 30ins. x 40ins. £80-120
327.    Film Memorabilia/Movie Posters/GB Quad Posters: Disney's Robin Hood 1973 animated version, sunlight damage to creases, plus a second same with more severe damage. The Incredible Journey and The Devil and Max Devlin, duo poster. All folded. 30ins. x 40ins. (3) £80-120
328.    Film Memorabilia/Movie Posters/GB Quad Posters: One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest, winner of five Academy Awards. Folded, no tears. 40ins. x 30ins. £80-120
329.    Film Memorabilia/Movie Posters/GB Quad Posters: 1980s Blade Runner, damage to central crease and edges, plus Merry Christmas Mr Lawrence. Both folded. 40ins. x 30ins. (2) £60-80
330.    Film Memorabilia/Movie Posters/GB Quad Posters: 48 hours, Race With The Devil, Nine to Five, and Honky-Tonk Freeway. All folded. 30ins. x 40ins. (4) £40-60
331.    Film Memorabilia/Movie Posters/GB Quad Posters: 1979 original Incredible Hulk, starring Bill Bixby and Lou Ferrigno. Folded, no tears. 40ins. x 30ins. £50-80
332.    Film Memorabilia/Movie Posters/GB Quad Posters: 1980s Paul Raymonds Erotica and Lipstick, both folded. 40ins. x 30ins. (2) £60-80
333.    Film Memorabilia/Movie Posters/GB Quad Posters: 1980s The Golden Lady, Little Darling, Without A Trace, Bad Timing, Steel, Freebie And The Bean, Making Love, and Hanky Panky. All folded, some with damaged edges. 40ins. x 30ins. (8) £60-80
334.    Film Memorabilia/Movie Posters/GB Quad Posters: Classic 1970s risqué humour Confessions of a Window Cleaner 1974, Adventures of a Taxi Driver 1976, Lemon Popsicle 1978, plus Last American Virgin 1982. All folded. 30ins. x 40ins. (4) £80-120
335.    Film Memorabilia/Movie Posters/GB Quad Posters: Horror movies Terror Train, Dogs of Noir, and Wolf, which is two sided. All folded. 30ins. x 40ins. (3) £40-60
336.    Film Memorabilia/Movie Posters/GB Quad Posters: Classic films starring Marty Feldman The Last Remake of Beau Geste, Young Frankenstein/Silent Movie combined, and Yellowbeard. All folded. 30ins. x 40ins. (3) £60-80
337.    Film Memorabilia/Movie Posters/GB Quad Posters: Superman III, The Last Flight of Noah's Ark, Against All Odds, and Mission Galactica. All folded. 30ins. x 40ins. (4) £60-80
338.    Film Memorabilia/Movie Posters/GB Quad Posters: Fiddler on the Roof, The Thief of Baghdad, Local Hero, and Mommie Dearest. All folded. 30ins. x 40ins. (4) £40-60
339.    Movies: Black and white stills from Academy Award winning film The Last Emperor. Approx. 48. £30-50
340.    Books: Late 19th cent. Two volumes of Beeton's Dictionary of Universal Information, Science, Art and Literature A-G and H-Z. Plus two volumes of Beeton's Dictionary of Universal Information, Geography, Biography and History A-H and I-Z. (4)
£50-80
341.    Books: 19th cent. and later hard bound volumes to include World's Children and The Gypsies of Spain. (5) £20-40
342.    Local History: Wardour Castle Estate Auction Catalogue September 1946. £30-50
343.    Royal Memorabilia Books: Victoria 'The Life of The Queen' three volumes by Sarah Tytler published by Virtue & Co. Plus 1953 Coronation Album. £20-30
344.    Toys: Steiff Musical Teddy Bear in original packaging, together with a watercolour of teddy bears on shelves. £80-100
345.    Toys: Mid 20th cent. Pelham Puppets, Mickey Mouse in original box. £60-80
346.    Toys: Modern Japanese toys tin plate bell ringer, World Airlines plane, Polistil Porsche 928, Waco Japanese one arm bandit, etc. £30-50
347.    Toys: Masudaya (modern toys) MS33 Missile Tank boxed, MS58 Missile Launcher unboxed. (2) £60-80
348.    Records: Vinyl 45 RPM six Abba, two Aneka, six Blondie, and forty five by various artists including David Bowie, Bucks Fizz, Kate Bush, Chas and Dave, Diana Ross, Culture Club, etc. £50-80
349.    Late 20th cent. Plastic model of yacht 'Odyssey' on plywood stand. £30-50
350.    Toys: Decca Little Miss Muffet wind up gramophone. £40-60
351.    Toys: Dolls pram, wicker work, with wooden wheels and carved pig's head to front. £30-50
352.    Liberty style leather elephant doorstop. £40-70
353.    Toys/Pastimes: 'The Sycamores' is a Mock Tudor style dolls house of three storeys with nine rooms in total. It comes with an extensive inventory of furniture, fixtures, fittings, and accessories, along with a family, domestic staff, and various pets. Approximate size: H 42ins. W 34ins. D 24ins. £80-120
354.    Toys: Diecast Corgi, John Player Special, Dinky Volvo Police Car, Stingray, Security Van (boxed), plus playworn Yesteryears and Superkings, mainly boxed. 1930 Sedan possibly Tootsie. £50-80
355.    Toys: Diecast vehicles, selection of playworn Dinky and Corgi commercial, military and emergency, including Corgi 464 County Police, 466 Milk Float, 152s BRM Racing Car, Dinky 955 Fire Engine and a scratch built US Army Jeep, all unboxed. £40-60
356.    Toys: Diecast vehicles Corgi 64 working conveyor on forward control Jeep red body, farmhand figure (no conveyor belt), boxed. £40-60
357.    Toys: Diecast vehicles Corgi Military Model Major Pack 1113, 1959-62, Guided Missile Erector Vehicle (no missile) lightly playworn, Corgi Major Ecurie Ecosse Racing Car Transporter 1126 playworn, Corgi Major Car Transporter 1101 red cab, blue/white transporter body, playworn, and Corgi Bedford S Tanker 'Milk' 1129 blue/white articulated body, playworn, no boxes. (4) £80-120
358.    Toys: Diecast vehicles, a playworn selection of Dinky and Corgi cars, including Corgi 151 Lotus Le Mans, 238 Jaguar MK X pale blue body, 205 Riley Pathfinder red body, 424 Ford Zephyr Estate, and four 1950s/60s Tri-ang Scalextric racing cars, no boxes. (28) £80-120
359.    Toys: Diecast vehicles Corgi 261 'James Bond' Aston Martin DB5, Goldfinger 1965-69. Gold body red interior with James Bond driving and bandit figure in ejector passenger seat, silver trim wire wheels. Box and inner pictorial stand in very good condition, comes with secret instruction leaflet and spare bandit figure. £100-150
360.    Toys: Diecast vehicles eight boxed Matchbox Superfast Vehicles 8f, 15d, 18e, 19, 41c, 46c, 69c, 70c, and 72b bright yellow body. £50-80
361.    Toys: Late 20th cent. Mamod steam traction engine. Collectors item only. £30-50
362.    Toys/Desk Furniture: Bassett Lowke brass American 1778 Field Cannon, length 9ins. Plus two brass American Civil War Cannon unmarked three wheel carriage, length 8ins. £80-120
363.    Toys: 1992 Steiff British Collection replica 1911 teddy bear, in it's original box. £60-80
364.    Dolls: Simon & Halbig impressed mark to head P.B within star 1909-2 Germany. rtequiring restoration. Length 23ins. £30-50
365.    Games & Pastimes: Collection of board games including 1950s Monopoly, Keyword, Scoop, Pegit, Cluedo, The Cooking Game, Cloister, Draughts, Patience, and Animal Dominoes. £30-50
366.    Toys & Pastimes: Model Railways 00 Triang Railways, RCX train set complete, heavily worn box. Plus Hornby Railways 125 High Speed Train train set complete, heavily worn box, and a box of spare track. £40-60
367.    Toys: Model Railways selection of playworn Tri-ang tenders and carriages, 00/40. Metal Diesel Tender blue and yellow marked TR, Tender green and black no livery, seven Passenger Carriages, Royal Mail Carriage, three Goods wagons, etc. All unboxed. Plus selection of boxed Tri-ang Tenders and Carriages, Carriage R328, Mineral Wagon R243, Three Container Wagon R340, Rocket Launching Wagon R216, Straight Track R481, Track Clear car R344, Tank Loco maroon R56, S.R Utility Van R226, Pullman 1st Class R228 0-6-0 Diesel Shunter R152, Mineral Wagon R243, plus six empty boxes.
£60-100
368.    Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back Darth Vader accessory storage chamber and figures, including Darth Vader, Chewbacca, Boba Fett, Princess Leia, Han Solo, Luke Skywalker, and other rare examples. (Approx. 44 figures) £200-300
369.    Toys: Nintendo Mickey Mouse Game and watch in original packaging, Nintendo Game and watch Parachute. £50-80
370.    Toys & Pastimes: View Master (Belgium) and reels, Wonders of The World No. W.F. 2, 76, 112, 136, 177, 263, 294, 318, 319, 380, 382, 383, 384, 407, 595, 901, 910, 912, 913, 1010, 1012, 2020, 1022, 1038, 1047, 1995. £40-60
371.    Toys & Pastimes: Sawyer black Bakelite View Master Fairy Tale Series, 1946 Copyright, reel No. 1-2-3-4-5-6. Disney, all with labels Disney Tomorrow Land A1791-92-93. Winnie The Pooh B3621-22-23. The Haunted Mansion A1801-2-3. (No leaflet) Television Cartoons Picture Tour 101 Dalmatians B5321-2-3 (no cover). The Banana Splits B5021-2-3. Spike and Tyke B5133, The Two Mouseketeers B5111, Droopy B5112. £50-80
372.    Toys & Pastimes: View Master reels, film and television Star Trek B4991-2-3. B551-2-3. Superman B5841-2-3 and B5541. Six Million Dollar Man B594. Batman B4921-2-3. Thunder Birds B4531-2-3. U.F.O. Gerry Anderson B4171-2-3 with booklet. Joe 90 B4561-2-3 with booklet. £50-80
373.    Harry Potter Memorabilia: Film stills The Prisoner of Azkaban, and The Goblet of Fire, framed and glazed. View Master The Sorcerer's Stone unbroken bubble pack, five viewing cards, two Harry Potter BookUbes, three ceramic mugs, plastic mug, etc. £30-50
374.    Harry Potter Figures: Philosopher's Stone chess pieces No.7 Black Knight, No.8 White Bishop, No.23 Black Rook, 2B White Pawn, 31 White Knight, all unopened (battery operated). Fantastic Beasts Magical Creature No.4 Demiguise, No.3 Basilisk, both boxed, magical creatures, hatching dragons, etc £40-60
375.    Comics: American imports including G.I. Combat-Origin of the Haunted Tank No. 114, Golden Age of Marvel Fantasy Masterpieces and The Flash, Invader From The Dark Dimension! All from mid 1960s, fifteen in total. Plus two War Picture Library and A Prize For Mary Mouse. £40-60
376.    Books: Beyond The Blue Mountains 1893 L. T. Meade. Published by Cassell and Company Ltd. £70-120
377.    Books: Early 20th cent. Illustrated children's book entitled 'A day In Fairyland', pictures by Ann Mae Seagrer, story by Sigrid Rahmas. £30-50
378.    Books: Aladdin in Rhyme by Arthur Ransome, illustrated by Mackenzie, published by Nisbet & Co. London green cloth cover with red figures, minor damage to spine. Has the message written on the fly page 'Gertrude with love and good wishes Nov 3/28' £40-50
379.    Theatre Programmes: 1950s-1990s, mainly West End including Comedy Theatre, The Palace Theatre, Vaudeville, Theatre Royal, The Palladium, etc. Approx. 120. £40-60
380.    Musical Instruments: Thirty four string Celtic harp, finished in black lacquer with decorated soundboard, with travel case. £400-600
381.    Musical Instruments: Hofner Super electric guitar. £150-250
382.    Disney: Mid 20th cent. Children's rugs featuring Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, etc. (5) £60-80
383.    19th cent. Taxidermy: Lady Amhurst pheasant in glazed case. 32ins. x 18ins. x 9ins. £50-70
384.    Boac & Cunard Collectables: Ex-property George Smith-Avery 1st Class Steward ephemera, pin badges, Boac Rank badges and braid, British Airways Captain's Wings, Cabin Service and Stewards Wings, diecast and ceramic money box, aeroplanes x 3, Concord-Corgi brass jumbo jet desk ornament, Concord shoulder bags x 2, diecast luggage tag, playing cards, slides, 1977 ID card, Cunard Queen Mary 1957 1st Class lunch menu, 1953 1st Class Coronation dinner, Wellings sailor doll, ballpoint pen. £50-80
385.    Pre-War Motorcycling: Arthur (Bonny) Good West of England Grass Track Champion 1949 photographs (5) Royal Engineer wedding (2), booklets Evening Standard 1948 Speedway Annual, Thruxton 1950 Programme A/F, The Farleigjh Castle Story 1938-1969, plus 1938-1990 edition. Smith stopwatch and white metal jaguar with blue eyes. Plus spring balance, hand held scales, one T. Simmons improved Sovereign scales in original box.
£50-70
386.    Aeroplanes: S. A Pichard Concord medal, Air France wallet, selection of 1930/40s flight magazines, etc. £30-50
387.    Motorcycles: Fascinating album of photographs, notes and ephemera relating to Buckman Engineering c1910-12, belonging to the owners of this short lived bike company. £50-80
388.    Clocks: 19th cent. Chromed League of Paris mantle clock, heavily decorated in the Neo Classical style. Dial 3½ins. Case 15ins. x 17ins. £80-120
389.    Clocks: Carriage, Duverdrey and Bloquel, Bayard, 4¾ins. x 3ins. x 2½ins. Plus Quartz, London Clock Company carriage clock. £60-80
390.    Clocks: Brass carriage clock 8 day Bayard, white face, Roman numerals. 20th cent. Smiths square carriage clock, gilt body, Junghans quartz, mahogany. £30-50
391.    Maps & Motoring: Mid 20th cent. Collection of Wallis Motor Maps (5) in original mahogany scrolling box and leather carrying case. £60-80
392.    Early 20th cent. Edison Fireside Phonograph combination type Model A, serial number 26079, complete with it's horn and a large quantity of cylinders. £80-120
393.    Late 19th cent. Atlas Organette, ebonised cabinet with a large quantity of discs. (14) £100-150
394.    Early 20th cent. Three portable record players, two by Columbia, in their fitted cases, together with six 78 records in their paper sleeves. £50-80
395.    Boxed Celestron Travelscope 70, Dollards 8x30 binoculars (cased), and two pre-war brass telescopes. (4) £40-60
396.    Cameras & Scientific Instruments: Mixed lot to include Sigma lens, Kodak Duaflex, Canon IXUS 9015, Minolta 7000, Comet 126X, compass set, etc. £30-50
397.    Cameras: collection of eight compact 35mm and 110 cameras including Konica Z-UP 110 boxed, Yashara Zoomate 120 SE boxed, Pentax Espio 200 boxed, Hanismax EFP 35 boxed, Minolta AF-5 in case, Kodak Advantix 4100ix in case, Pentax Espio 738, and the Holga 135. Plus GE X500 digital. £30-50
398.    Optical Instruments: Binoculars with cases including Zenith 8x30, Tuobing 8x30, Prinz 8x30, Boots Admiral III 8x30, Greenkat 8x40, Boots 10x50, Tasco 10x25, and Kathmandu 7x18. (8 pairs) £40-60
399.    Cameras: Collection of five mid 20th cent. Compact 35mm cameras including Olympus Trip 35, leather cased Kodak Retinette, Konica C35, leather cased Agfa Silette and a Regula Rectamet. £80-120
400.    Cameras: Collection of five mid to late 20th cent. Compact 35mm cameras including Olympus 35RC, Zortci 4K, Halina 35X, boxed Kodak Retinette IB, and a Chinon 35F-GG. £80-120
401.    Cameras: Collection of five analogue SLR models including Olympus OM 1, Centon K100 with 50mm lens x 2, Yashica FR1 with 1:1.9 50mm lens, and a Fujica STX-1 1:1.9 50mm lens, plus five loose lenses. £60-80
402.    Cameras: Leica R3 1977-79 analogue SLR with Leitz Canada 1:2 50mm summicron-R lens. £200-300
403.    Cameras: Collection of four analogue SLR cameras plus four extra lenses, including Nikon FG with 1:1.8 50mm lens, Cosina CT-1 with Ricoh 1:2 50mm lens, Konica FP-1 with Flexinon 1:8 50mm and a Chinon CE-4 1:1.7 50mm, plus Olympus 1:1.8 50mm x 2, Yashica 1:17 50mm, and Canon 1:1.8 50mm. £80-100
404.    Cameras: Two Pentax analogue SLR cameras with six lenses. Asahi K1000 camera fitted with an Asahi Pentax-M 1:2 50mm lens, and an MV camera fitted with 1:2 500mm lens, together with three further 50mm and one 135mm lenses. £60-80
405.    Cameras: Two Praktica analogue SLR cameras, the BC1 comes with a Penticon 1:1.8 f50mm lens fitted and the B X 20 has a Penticon 1:1.8 f50mm fitted, plus two Olympus 1:1.8 50mm lenses. £40-60
406.    Optical Instruments: Binoculars without cases including Lizars Clyde 8x30, Super Zenith 6x30, Boots 8x30, Top Deluxe 6x30, Chinon 8x30, Boots Pacir II 8x30, and Ensign 10x50. (8 pairs) £30-50
407.    Optical Instruments: Binoculars, Olympus DPS I 7x35 in bag, plus a pair of Clubman Watersport nitrogen filled glasses 8x32 in bag. £40-60
408.    Arts and Craft: Planished copper bowl, Cotswold style, impressed mark to base Hart and Huyshe Chipping Camden. Diameter 9ins. £80-120
409.    20th cent. Cornish serpentine granite models in the form of a lighthouse. 11ins. and 10ins. (2) £100-150
410.    •Sculpture: Knuith Seim (1961-) Bronze figure on marble base, signed on reverse 1/10 Seim. 10ins. £150-250
411.    Art Nouveau: 20th cent. Victor Silver Company plated centrepiece in the form of a dancer on patent base, June 14th 1904. 11½ins. £80-120
412.    19th cent. Photography & Sewing Requisites: Brass framed oval Tourist Views, Archibald Coke 'Lion Rock', Harvey Barton Clifton Bridge, Hudson's Ilfracombe, plus two unidentified, two circular pin cushion coloured views, Wesleys Chapel Harrogate, Town hall Northampton, dia. Approx. 2ins. £40-60
413.    Alec Wiles (1924-2020): Original ink silhouettes (9), plus Victorian engraving of a Methodist Minister and a miniature bible. £40-70
414.    20th cent. Miscellaneous picture frames, silhouettes. £30-50
415.    Coco de mere basket of generous size carved out with central handle. 14ins. £100-150
416.    Tribal Art: Treen carved figure of a Masai Warrior with spear and gourd. 24ins. £20-30
417.    20th cent. Ethnographical African face mask, together with an animal skin shield and a steel spear tip. £30-50
418.    Treen: Carved oak rustic dogs heads possibly formerly the top of a Newell post. 6½ins. £40-60
419.    Victorian iron bound treen corn measure with impressed crown marks and 'Somerset District'. £60-80
420.    20th cent. Inlaid treen glove box. 10½ins. x 5ins. £20-40
421.    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
422.    Oriental Textiles: Early 20th cent. Silk panels, one embroidered with stylised bees visiting blossom and one with a butterfly visiting blossom. Both framed and glazed. 11½ins. x 10ins. (2) £20-40
423.    Early 20th cent. Glazed oak fire screen with a Chinese silk depicting a four clawed dragon chasing the Pearl. 29½ins. x 19½ins. £40-60
424.    Ex-Dr. S. Lavington Hart Collection. Late 19th/early 20th cent. Chinese hardwood nesting tables, carved blossom decoration. (4) 12ins. x 9ins. x 17ins. to 20ins. x 13ins. x 29ins. £200-300
425.    Ex-Dr. S. Lavington Hart Collection. 19th/early 20th cent. White jade scholars/artists colour mixing box, painted characters to lid, 3¾ins. x 2½ins. x 1ins. Minor chip to lid. Plus brass pocket abacus 2⅜?ins. x 6ins. x ½ins. The edge with punch floral decoration.
£150-250
426.    Ceramics & Miscellania: Staffordshire style frog mug, Oriental vases, and a treen tribal mask. (5) £30-50
427.    Ex-Dr. S. Lavington Hart Collection. Late 19th cent. Chinese costume black silk mandarin or scholar's cap with red cord finial x 2, black silk woman's with red pompom and multicoloured butterfly and floral embroidery, plus two silk hat adornments. £50-80
428.    Oriental: 20th cent. Chinese white metal (tests as silver 800 standard) worker's carrying trays. 2.9ox. 2½ins. (6) £40-70
429.    Jewellery: Jade circular beads (17) brown/green 20mm to 15mm. Length 14ins. £40-60
430.    Minerals: Ground and polished eggs, rose crystal, agates, etc. x 12, plus soapstone carved dish. £80-120
431.    20th cent. Oriental Antimony three drawer jewellery chest embossed with birds. 8ins. x 6ins. x 4ins. Plus a similar tea caddy embossed with scenes of buildings. 5ins. x 3ins. x 4ins. £50-80
432.    Oriental Carved Minerals: Rock crystal, jadeite, quartz, amethyst, bunches of grapes x 2, plum, apple, cherries, birds, potted blossom, etc. £80-120
433.    19th cent. Japanese Imari charger A/F. 18ins. £60-100
434.    19th cent. Octagonal Chinese black lacquered tea caddy with pewter fitted interior revealing two compartments, both of which are decorated with stylised motifs. Each exterior panel is decorated in gilt alongside the top, the whole sitting on dragon's claws. 11ins. £200-300
435.    Chinese blue and white decorated moon flask, one with fish motif, the other landscape. Both bear Kangxi four character marks to base (both have minor rim chips). Height 9ins. £150-200
436.    20th cent. Imari bowl. Central panel with woman and two children. Red 6 characters to base. Dia. 10ins. £30-50
437.    Objects of Virtu: 19th cent. Ivory and lace fan with a female in a pastoral setting design of silk covered box with intact label for J. Duvelleroy 167 Regent Street. £80-120
438.    Ex-Dr. S. Lavington Hart Collection. Ming Dynasty Chinese green glazed roof ridge tile in the form of a phoenix. Height 13ins. Length 12ins. Width 6ins. Some minor chips to base glaze.

Provenance - Dr. Samuel Lavington Hart Founder, Principal and President of the Anglo-Chinese College, Tientsin. Dr. Hart spent 27 years in China as a missionary and educator in Tientsin. In 1925 he met the last Emperor of China, Pu Yi who was temporarily resident in Tientsin at that time. Family lore states that the tile was given at that time to Dr. Hart and it originated in The Forbidden City, although there is no documentary evidence to support this, other than a contemporary letter confirming the meeting between Dr. Hart and the Emperor, although there is no mention of the tile. £500-800
439.    18th/19th cent. Ceramics: Chinese polychrome baluster shaped famille rose vase. Red seal mark. A/F Height 19ins £100-150
440.    Robert David Muspratt-Knight Collection: 18th cent. Chinese tea bowls blue and white pagoda pattern c1740, polychrome tea bowl floral pattern scale pink interior c 1740 x 2, teapot quail pattern c1725 no lid. £200-250
441.    Staffordshire: Victorian pastille burners in the form of houses, possibly Rockingham. 8ins. £40-60
442.    Ceramics: 18th cent. Lambeth Doulton tin glaze earthenware charger decorated in the Chinese style, rim chip. 12ins. £200-300
443.    Ceramics: 18th cent. Tin glaze earthenware Delft charger decorated in the Chinese style. 12ins. £100-150
444.    Robert David Muspratt-Knight Dip AD MA. After gaining his MA in Fine Art Sculpture, Paintings and Ceramics, David joined the BBC. He was Floor Manager for Pebble Mill, Stage Manager for many seminal programmes such as All Creatures Great And Small, Poldark, The Brothers, For My Next Trick (with Paul Daniels); piloted Rentaghost, Jasper Carrott and researched Ronny Barker's Porridge. He increasingly became more involved in the family business designing and supervising several urban and city renewal architectural projects.On the death of his father he returned to his core interest, Fine Art on being asked to fulfill the position of Chief Demonstrator with the Royal Worcester Porcelain Company. In time he formed a company, David Fryer Studios, with former Royal Worcester Ornamental Chief Designer, David A. Fryer. They designed, produced and marketed their own works, including that of other highly talented painters and sculptors, using the mediums of porcelain and Bone China. Their collaborative achievements were very impressive with works shown in galleries at Harrods, Bond Street, New York, Tokyo and Los Angeles. They also formed parts of many important private collections together with that of HM Queen Elizabeth II, The Sultan of Brunei, and Sir Elton John.

Robert David Muspratt-Knight Collection: 18th cent. Derby William Billingley plate c1775, fluted with floral centre bouquet., rare potter stool mark. Plus Bute cup c1775. £200-300
445.    Robert David Muspratt-Knight Collection: English Porcelain Coalport cup and saucer hand painted Adelaide shape c1769, plus lobed cabinet plate, hand painted floral decoration, magenta border and gilt, c1769, a pair. Dia. 9ins. £150-200
446.    Robert David Muspratt-Knight Collection: English Porcelain Flight Barr 'Seaweed' pattern cup and saucer, gilt decoration, octagonal shape, c1813-40, impressed mark to base. A pair. £50-80
447.    Robert David Muspratt-Knight Collection: English Porcelain Worcester Flight Barr Period cup and saucer blue and gilt decoration c1795 B mark to bas, cup marked Flight and Crescent in underglaze blue. Plus a tea bowl (restored) and saucer (broken). £80-100
448.    Robert David Muspratt-Knight Collection: English Porcelain Worcester Flight Barr fluted tea bowl and saucer, blue and gilt floral c1785, plus another of spiral fluted form cobalt blue and gilt c1780.
449.    Robert David Muspratt-Knight Collection: English Porcelain Worcester Flight Period cup saucer, spiral fluted cobalt blue and gilt leaf and flower decoration c1795, blue crescent to base, slops bowl dia. 6ins, small jug height 4½ins, and 7½ins plate (the plate has a rim chip). £80-120
450.    Robert David Muspratt-Knight Collection: English Porcelain Worcester Flight Barr Barr plates monochrome purple painted stylised flowers with gilt border 9ins. Plus two others without gilt borders , both with a small rim chip, 8¼ins. All have F.B.B and Crown impressed to base c1795-1810. £60-80
451.    Robert David Muspratt-Knight Collection: English Porcelain Worcester Barr lily plate blue, red and gilt decoration, incised B to base c1792-1803. Dia. 9½ins. £80-100
452.    Robert David Muspratt-Knight Collection: English Porcelain Caughley Worcester fluted gilt decorated slops bowl dia. 6ins, Manganese tera bowl, plus restored tea bowl. £40-60
453.    Robert David Muspratt-Knight Collection: English Porcelain Caughley Worcester asparagus server, printed blue fisherman and cormorant pattern c1785, Salopian S mark to base, length 3ins. £150-200
454.    Robert David Muspratt-Knight Collection: English Porcelain Caughley scalloped edge cake plate, blue and white Temple pattern with gilt highlights, Salopian S to base c1785, dia. 8ins. Scalloped edge Sucriere Temple pattern with gilt highlights, plus a similar without gilding but bearing the Salopian mark (small rim chip), height 3½ins, dia. 4ins. £100-150
455.    Robert David Muspratt-Knight Collection: English Porcelain Caughley Worcester mask jug printed three flower pattern to sides with large butterflies front and rear, floral handle, blue C to base, c1785. Height 4ins. £150-200
456.    Robert David Muspratt-Knight Collection: English Porcelain New Hall cake plate c1795, seashell decoration, pattern 1045, dia. 8ins. Saucer and two teacups, one Bute shaped, plus slops bowl, dia. 4¾ins. Minor chip to cake plate rim, slops bowl rim blue but worn. £150-200
457.    Robert David Muspratt-Knight Collection: English Porcelain New Hall saucer Mandarin/Scholar rose palette, pattern 1172, one slightly worn decoration, a pair. 5⅝?ins. £80-100
458.    Robert David Muspratt-Knight Collection: English Porcelain New Hall slops bowl, pattern 1064, stylistic floral decoration, brown rim to bowl c1795, dia. 6½ins. New Hall saucer, pattern 425, 'Boy in a Window', famille rose palette, c1785, dia. 5ins. Plus another saucer, pattern 421, 'Boy With Butterfly', dia. 5ins. (3) £150-200
459.    Robert David Muspratt-Knight Collection: English Porcelain New Hall cup and saucer dolls house pattern 1084, plus tea bowl and saucer floral bouquet in vase scale rim. £60-80
460.    Robert David Muspratt-Knight Collection: English Porcelain New Hall tea bowl and saucer, monochrome decoration, unknown pattern, rustic cottage, c1795, dia. 5½ins. Plus bat printed monochrome cake plate cattle under a tree, pattern 1063, c1805, dia. 8½ins. £180-220
461.    Robert David Muspratt-Knight Collection: Worcester First Period Dr. Wall cup and saucer, blue scale decoration, polychrome enamels c1765. Fretted square mark to base. £200-300
462.    Robert David Muspratt-Knight Collection: Worcester First Period tea canister blue argument pattern, crescent mark 1775-85, minus lid., height 4¼ins. Plus First Period Dr. Wall unmarked 1770-75 rare cylindrical mug with grooved strap handle A/f (hairline), height 6ins. £300-400
463.    Robert David Muspratt-Knight Collection: Worcester First Period barrel shaped teapot cormorant and fisherman pattern blue and gilt decoration 1775-90. Height 6¼ins. £300-350
464.    Robert David Muspratt-Knight Collection: Worcester First Period Dr Wall sparrow beak jug blue decoration, circled landscape pattern, crescent mark c 1780-90, raised foot ring. Firing flaw to beak. Height 3¾ins. £200-250
465.    Robert David Muspratt-Knight Collection: Worcester First Period Dr. Wall blue peony pattern, crescent mark 1765-75. Dr. Wall Fence pattern with rare 'Man in the Moon' crescent mark 1765-85. Plus another First Period saucer, Fence pattern c1765-85. (3) £250-300
466.    Robert David Muspratt-Knight Collection: English porcelain Worcester teapot, floral decoration with rose coloured collar, minus lid, very minor spout chip, 4½ins. Plus First Period blue Fisherman pattern tea bowl, filled crescent mark. £150-200
467.    Robert David Muspratt-Knight Collection: Worcester First Period tea bowl and saucer blue decorated three flower 1770-80, birds in branches 1770-80, Mansfield 1757-80. (3) £120-150
468.    Robert David Muspratt-Knight Collection: Worcester First Period 1770 leaf dish blue wispy chrysanthemum sprays A/F, plus saucer blue Mother and Child. £50-80
469.    Robert David Muspratt-Knight Collection: Worcester c1905 Locke & Co. Blush ivory miniature vase 'Loch Vennachar', height 3ins. Decorated by Jas Stinton. £80-120
470.    Robert David Muspratt-Knight Collection: Worcester Jewel pattern 1254 cake plate 9ins, side plate x 2 7¾ins, plus cup purple date marks to base 1886, also with Registration mark. £80-100
471.    Robert David Muspratt-Knight Collection: English Porcelain Worcester Trio coffee cup, saucer, and tea bowl, cobalt blue banded edge with gilt flowers and darts, tea bowl broken, c1800, unmarked, plus Pinxton coffee can and pearlware cup and saucer lustre decoration Woman and Child. £40-60
472.    Robert David Muspratt-Knight: Studio Pottery Pupil of Francis G. Cooper, fawn vase 6ins, waisted vase 4ins, green bowl 3ins, cup 4ins, small jug and flow glaze teapot with lid 5ins. (6) £50-80
473.    Robert David Muspratt-Knight: 20th cent. Decorated porcelain 'Puffin' plate 9ins. Plus Worcester loving cup berries, grapes, and apples, gilt interior, base, rim and handles. 5ins. £80-120
474.    Robert David Muspratt-Knight Collection: Ceramics in collaboration with David Fryer Fat Robin on a Broken Tree Trunk, a pair. 5½ins. £50-70
475.    Robert David Muspratt-Knight Collection: Ceramics in collaboration with David Fryer Cat on a Tree Trunk 10ins, Barking Terrier, plus Small Bird, all A/F. £30-50
476.    Robert David Muspratt-Knight Collection: Ceramics in collaboration with David Fryer Robin on Perch With Barbed Wire possibly a trial piece, stamped Artwork to base. 11ins. £40-60
477.    Robert David Muspratt-Knight Collection: 20th cent. Ceramics, David Fryer ex-Worcester painter and designer Red Squirrel Feeding, Studio Kingfisher mark to base on treen stand, miniscule chip to left ear. 8¾ins. £60-80
478.    20th cent. Commemorative Ceramics: Paragon plate to commemorate the Coronation of King Edward VIII, Thomas Goode Co. Ltd. Coronation mug Edward VIII, cup and saucer, mugs, etc. (13 items) £70-80
479.    Late 19th cent. Commemorative Ceramics: Foley tea set To Commemorate 60 Years Anniversary saucers x 6, cups x 6, side plates x 6, cake plates x 2, teapot on stand, cream jug and sugar bowl, slop bowl and wash jug. £150-200
480.    20th cent. Ceramics: Edward and Alexandra Commemorative Paragon cup and saucer, Shelly Coronation June 1911, pin tray King Edward VII 1902, Royal Doulton beakers Coronation 1902, Coronation 1911 beaker Presented to Their Majesties Crystal Palace June 30 1911, beaker Kings Coronation dinner 1902, Borough of Bournemouth Coronation Celebration beaker, mug to commemorate the Wedding of The Duke of York and Princess May July 1893, Jubilee Festival Box June 21 1887, Minton silver Jubilee teapot stand central image of Queen Victoria, Doulton beaker, transfer print Jubilee jug, cup and saucer A/F, plate transfer print of Queen Victoria and her family and houses. £30-50
481.    20th cent. Commemorative Ceramics: Coalport bust of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer to celebrate their Wedding July 1981, Limited Edition 14/250, Royal Worcester figure of Queen Elizabeth II, and Prince Philip in the form of candle snuffers boxed, King George V Toby jug, Wedgwood Royal Wedding Collection 1981, pair of portrait miniatures of Prince Charles and Princess of Wales, boxed. £50-70
482.    Commemorative Ceramics: King George V Burleigh vase, George mug, two Friars Coronation 1937, Booths 1937 Coronation mug, Shelley 1937 mug, Wedgwood Daily Mail commemorative plate WWII 1945/2005, etc. (15) £20-30
483.    Commemorative Ceramics: George V and Mary ribbon plates x 2, small dishes x 2, beakers x 3, mugs x 6, loving cup, etc. Makers include Shelley and Doulton. (16) £30-50
484.    Commemorative Ceramics: HRH Elizabeth II, Prince Philip and the Royal Children and Grandchildren mugs, plates, etc. Aynsley Prince William two handled mug, boxed. Wedgwood Prince of Wales. Spode Prince George mug, Charles Investiture, HM Queen Mother Birthday, Anne and Mark Phillips, Kate and William, HRH The Queen and Prince Philip, Elizabeth Coronation, Andrew and Sarah plate, HRH The Queen. A large quantity. (3 trays) £50-80
485.    20th cent. Sitzendorf figurine, Shepherd and His Lady, decorated in colour enamels, possible restoration. 8ins. £60-70
486.    20th cent. Ceramics: Katzhutte woman in ball gown with fan, model 1323, c1935. 12ins. £40-60
487.    Early 20th cent. German figurines, man and woman picking flowers, multicoloured decoration, under glazed crossed sword mark to base. Label beneath Meissen figures given by grandmother as a wedding present. Both figures have end finger damage. Height 15ins - a pair. £60-80
488.    Ceramics: Hochst figure of a boy standing with a cello, in white coat and pale yellow breeches, wheel mark in underglaze. 7ins. £60-80
489.    20th cent. German Ceramics: Figure on horseback, possibly Scheibe Alsbach 'Murat' impressed L33/8 and indistinct mark. A/F rider right foot detached. Height 11ins. £40-60
490.    20th cent. Continental Ceramics: Unmarked Jester figurine, copy of a Royal Doulton figure. 10ins. £20-40
491.    20th cent. Ceramics: Meissen hot water or milk covered jug, floral decoration, with lining fault and chip to cover, underglaze blue crossed swords to base. Dresden candle holder with floral and gilt decoration, Dresden and X in underglaze blue to base. 6ins. £50-80
492.    20th cent. Ceramics: Royal Copenhagen Snow Owl designed by Theodor Masden, onion pattern candle holders, a pair, and two miniature wall plates. Ex-General Akehurst. £40-60
493.    20th cent. Dresden floral decorated trinket box approx. 4ins. x 3ins. x 2ins. Small pin dishes x 3 (1 A/F), Kaiser two handled pot and trumpet vase, Fürstenburg plate, pot and cover, Grondal Salmon and angels x 6 (2 A/F). Ex-General Akehurst. £40-50
494.    20th cent. Dresden Rococo design some with bocage, a pierced oval two handle dish, lidded pot pourri pot, small two handle pot and candlesticks, a pair. Ex-General Akehurst. £70-100
495.    20th cent. Ceramics: Bisque figurine of two woodpeckers on tree stump, on treen stand, unmarked. £30-50
496.    20th cent. Ceramics: Lladro goose x 2, Sitzendorf dove, and Berlin seated bear. (4) £40-60
497.    20th cent. Ceramics: Karl Enns birds, Linnet, etc. Two A/F. (5) £40-60
498.    20th cent. Turkish Ceramics: Mevlana Dervish Bandsman x 3, Dancer x 3, and Holy Man. Stamp mark to base. (7) £80-100
499.    Moorcroft: Sunshine Chandelier limited edition vase designed by Rachel Bishop from the 2015 catalogue. 10ins. £150-200
500.    20th cent. Ceramics: Royal Worcester 'Evesham' tureen and cover, cream and milk jug, dinner plates x 3, preserve pot and cover, jam dishes, serving dish. Portmeirion Botanic Garden cup, saucers x 7, flan dish, meat ovals x 3, cream jug, dessert bowls. £30-50
501.    19th cent. Ceramics: Minton blue and white floral square hors d'ouvre, gilt border. 16ins. x 16ins. £40-60
502.    Studio Glass: Rosenthal-Bjorn Wiinblad Christmas plate 1976. Approx. Dia. 11½ins. Boxed. £50-80
503.    Studio Glass: Rosenthal-Bjorn Wiinblad Christmas plate 1977. Approx. Dia. 11½ins. Boxed. £50-80
504.    Studio Glass: Rosenthal-Bjorn Wiinblad Christmas plate 1978. Approx. Dia. 11½ins. Boxed. £50-80
505.    Studio Glass: Rosenthal-Bjorn Wiinblad Christmas plate 1978. Approx. Dia. 11½ins. Boxed. £50-80
506.    Studio Glass: Rosenthal-Bjorn Wiinblad Christmas plate 1979. Approx. Dia. 11½ins. Boxed. £50-80
507.    Studio Glass: Rosenthal-Bjorn Wiinblad Christmas plate 1980. Approx. Dia. 11½ins. Boxed. £50-80
508.    Studio Glass: Rosenthal-Bjorn Wiinblad Christmas plate 1981. Approx. Dia. 11½ins. Boxed. £50-80
509.    Orrefors Glass: Blue and gilt Mother's Day plate 1973. Dia. 8ins. Plus Sanders & Wallace opalescent trumpet shape with blue petal rim. Height 5¾ins.
£50-70
510.    Caithness Glass: Charger-'Portia' blossoming flower and swirls on a pale blue ground, boxed. dia. 11ins. £30-50
511.    20th Cent Glass: Studio and plain including Whitefriars, Hartley wood, etc. Swirl plates, tumblers, air twist-Speed the Plough, opalescent bees a pair, Bavarian style Green Wrythen bowl wine glass. £50-70
512.    20th cent. Art Glass: Small iridescent stylised scent bottle made by Phoenician Glass, Malta, 3¾ins high, and a Scandinavian style dumpy clear glass vase with machine cut avian design. 6ins high. £40-60
513.    19th cent. Cut glass and brass square urn shaped oil lamps, brass fittings, cranberry lantern (rim chip), tapered and dimpled (crack to reservoir). Height 20ins. £80-100
514.    Whitefriars 1937 Coronation goblet. Height 8ins. £30-50
515.    20th cent. Scandinavian Art: Glass Huileland owl, wolf, polar seal, otter, cat, whale, Randsfjord glass Viking ship, plus unsigned paperweight owl on branch. (9) £60-80
516.    20th cent. glass: End of day (spatter) glass vases, pink/blue/red urn style vases a pair, green/pink vases on clear glass base a pair, milk glass long neck vase, green/white frill border baskets a pair, pink/green urn vase, pink/green inverted glass vase on clear crown shape base, pink/green lustre style vase. £30-50
517.    19th cent. Drinking glasses knop stemmed, petal cut with ground pontils. 4½ins. x 6ins. Plus eleven harlequin glasses of similar pattern. Sizes 4ins. to 4½ins. £100-120
518.    19th/20th cent. Glassware: Pair of wheel cut onion base decanters with elongated necks 10½ins high, plus a larger lead crystal example. (3) £40-60
519.    19th/20th cent. Glass and crystal decanters, rectangular hob cut, pair Whisky, ships engraved with plate handle Newcastle pillar ribbed, engraved flagon, petal and star cut. 8 examples plus 6 stoppers (unrelated). £30-50
520.    Glassware: Cut glass whiskey decanter, hobnail pattern with a silver collar hallmarked London. £50-70
521.    Flatware: Stamped Norwegian silver Old English pattern, tests as low grade forks x 7, dessert spoons x 4, table spoons x 2. Weight of 13 items 19.05oz. £200-250
522.    Art & Design: Georg Jensen sterling spoon in the art deco style. £100-150
523.    Hallmarked Silver: Embossed fruit spoon hallmarked London 1841, two jam spoons hallmarked Sheffield 1924, compact hallmarked Birmingham. 7.5oz. £100-120
524.    Inkwells: Hallmarked silver topped desk inkwell with cut glass base Nathan & Hayes Birmingham. £40-60
525.    Hallmarked Silver: Georgian 1807-08 ladle with silver bowl and twisted horn handle, an unmarked later example. Tests as silver, both 14ins long. £60-80
526.    19th cent. Hallmarked Silver: Silver and tortoiseshell dressing table set consisting of hand mirror, two hairbrushes, two clothes brushes, and a trinket box. £40-60
527.    Hallmarked Silver: Serving spoons Elizabeth Eaton 1874-75. 4.7oz. £60-80
528.    Hallmarked Silver: Dessert spoons, Sheffield mark, Birmingham napkin rings x 2. 1.65oz. £20-30
529.    Hallmarked Silver: Pre-War Motorcycling. Arthur (Bonny) Good West of England Grass Track Champion 1949, Wessex Centre ACU Grass Championship presented by Bath Chronicle hallmarked silver teapot 1894-95. 19oz. Inclusive. £200-250
530.    Hallmarked Silver: Cigarette cases x 2, one hallmarked Birmingham 1922, the other Birmingham 1901. Total weight 6.5oz. Plus silver covered front mini hymn book Birmingham 1905. £60-80
531.    Militaria: 19th cent. Silver hallmarked nurse's buckle, Birmingham 1843, William Hutton & Sons. Approx. 1oz. £40-60
532.    Hallmarked Silver: Soup spoons hallmarked Sheffield 1933, in a fitted case. Weight 12.96oz. (6) £130-150
533.    Hallmarked Silver: Thimble hallmarked Chester 1898, perfume bottle 1911, inkwell and stand London 1901, clothes brush London 1904. £20-40
534.    Hallmarked Silver: Rococco style squat teapot with treen handle and finial, worn London marks 1825/6, 11½oz. inclusive. £100-150
535.    Hallmarked Silver: Objects of Vertu, circular cologne flask J Dixon, impressed putti pin dish, mirrored patch box, shell pattern caddy spoon, thimble. 2¾oz. £80-100
536.    Hallmarked Silver: Napkin rings, various hallmark dates and designs, approx. 7oz. (13). £70-90
537.    Hallmarked Silver: Coffee spoons x 6 and a pair of sugar nips. Spoons hallmarked London 1944, sugar nips hallmarked Sheffield 1939. Total weight 2.69oz. £30-50
538.    Hallmarked Silver: small picture frame, inkwell, ring stand, hat pin stand. (4). £40-60
539.    Hallmarked Silver: Flatware, various dates and marks, 9oz. plus 3 pronged fork and mother of pearl handled knife. £100-120
540.    Norwegian Sterling Silver: Viking revival salt and pepper condiments, stylised drinking horn with dragon decoration, marked Norway Sterling, maker Theodor Olsen. 35g. £50-80
541.    Hallmarked Silver: Trumpet vase, marks for J Dixon of Sheffield, a pair. Height 8ins. Plus dwarf candlestick. £40-60
542.    Hallmarked Silver:Silver and cut glass dressing table items, miscellaneous scent bottle, brushes, mirror, containers and sterling silver atomiser. £100-120
543.    Hallmarked Silver: Nouveau Style picture frame, embossed decoration, 12ins. x 6ins. Picture frame of plain form also Birmingham WJM, af, 9ins. x 7ins. £50-80
544.    Hallmarked Silver: rectangular serving tray, S I Ltd Stokes & Ireland. 1997/8. 18oz. £220-250
545.    Hallmarked Silver: Openwork basket, Birmingham mark, ESB Barnsley & Co. 3.7oz. inclusive. £40-60
546.    Halmarked Silver: Tea caddy, urn shaped, with cover, three shell shaped supports. 1998/99, Harrison and Housson. 6½ins. £70-90
547.    Hallmarked Silver: Embossed Rococco bowl on stand, fluted floral decoration, Sheffield 1899, Henry Atkin. 9oz. £120-150
548.    Hallmarked Jewellery: 9ct necklet consisting of 15¾ins trace link chain with a 20mm x 6mm pendant attached in the form of an ingot. Hallmarked London 1978. Total weight 3g. £30-50
549.    Jewellery: Yellow metal, pendant ring set with an oval cabouchon cut lapis lazuli, a 15¾ins trace link chain having a pendant attached set with an oval cabouchon cut lapis lazuli, both stamped 9ct. Both test as 9ct gold. Total weight 10g. £120-150
550.    Jewellery: Opal lapis and diamond bar brooch, 45.5mm long bar, central design is a rhomboid cut piece of white opal, surrounded by a pin head design and set at the four cardinal points are two marquise cut pieces of lapis lazuli and a diamond in the top. There are a further two pieces of lapis one on either end of the bar. Gross weight 10.21g. Opal 10.7mm. Lapis 5.5 by 2.7mm. Diamonds 2mm each. Unhallmarked, stamped and valued as 18ct yellow gold.
£400-600
551.    Jewellery: Yellow metal ring bark finished set with a cabochon cut rock crystal, tests as 9ct gold. Weight 21.4g. £200-250
552.    Jewellery: Yellow metal shackle link chain stamped 585, tests as 14ct gold. Length 15¾ins. Width 6.5mm. Weight 13g. £260-300
553.    Jewellery: Yellow metal curb link chain stamped 750, tests as 18ct gold. Length 27½ins. Width 3.5mm. Weight 19.2g. £480-550
554.    Jewellery: Yellow metal oval link bracelet stamped 585, tests as 14ct gold. Length 8ins. Width 3mm. Weight 4g. £80-100
555.    Jewellery: Yellow metal twisted bar link chain stamped 585, tests as 14ct gold. Length 15¾ins. Width 3mm. Weight 12.6g. £260-300
556.    Jewellery: Yellow metal coins two made into pendants, both test as 22ct gold. Weight of two 10g. £340-400
557.    Jewellery: Yellow metal two rings, two pendants, pair of sleeper earrings, all test as 9ct gold. Total weight 4.3g. £50-80
558.    Jewellery: Yellow metal ring, three pendants, all test as 14ct gold. Total weight 3.8g. £70-100
559.    Jewellery: Opera length row of cultured pearls. One hundred and forty seven uniform cultured pearls. Size 6 - 6.5mm. Plus another Opera length row of cultured pearls. One hundred and fifty uniform cultured pearls. Size 6 - 6.5mm. (2)

£280-350
560.    Hallmarked Jewellery: Four pairs of 9ct gold earrings, two pairs of hoops, two pairs of crosses, and a pair of butterflies. Total weight 3.6g. £40-60
561.    Jewellery: Yellow metal ring with pierced shoulders set with a blister pearl, stamped 18K, tests as 18ct gold. Weight 11.5g. £200-250
562.    Hallmarked Jewellery: 9ct gold ring set with a single brilliant cut diamond, estimated weight 0.10ct, weight of ring 1.8g. £40-60
563.    Jewellery: Two white metal rings one fancy ribbed band and one set with a single cubic zirconia, weight of both 5.6g. Both test as silver. £20-30
564.    Hallmarked Jewellery: 9ct gold ring set with a rectangular cut peridot, estimated weight 0.30ct, weight of ring 2.5g. £40-60
565.    Jewellery: Opal and diamond drop ear studs. A pair of drops comprising a pear shaped white opal, surrounded by 32 diamonds. The drop hangs from a short knife edged rod (7.5mm) with a claw set diamond set at the top. Gross weight for the pair 14.2g. Opal - 23.5 by 15.3 by 3.5mm, calculated as 1.83ct each. Diamonds in post 4mm (0.23ct) each. Others 2mm (0.03ct) each. Total diamond weight for the pair 2.38ct. Unhallmarked, valued as gold.
£1000-1200
566.    Hallmarked Jewellery: 9ct signet ring with cushion shaped head. Weight 4g. £40-60
567.    Jewellery: Yellow metal necklet 16½ins oval link chain with attached pendant, set with a pear shaped garnet, estimated weight 0.75ct, and six 8 cut diamonds, estimated weight of (6) 0.06ct. Plus a pair of drop earrings each set with an oval cut garnet, estimated weight of (2) 0.50ct, tests as 9ct gold. Total weight 2.5g. £40-60
568.    Hallmarked Jewellery: 9ct gold stick pin with Masonic emblem. Weight 1.5g. £30-40
569.    Jewellery: White metal bracelet, one necklet with pendant, three rings, total weight 38.4g. Plus two costume jewellery rings, one set with green paste, one set with blue and white paste. £20-40
570.    Hallmarked Jewellery: 9ct gold ring set with an oval amethyst, estimated weight 2.5ct, and twelve 8 cut diamonds, estimated weight of (12) 0.12ct. Hallmarked Birmingham. Weight 3.9g. £50-70
571.    Jewellery: Yellow metal, four pairs of earrings, two cultured pearls, one turquoise, and one with stars, all test as 9ct gold. Total weight 4.1g. £50-70
572.    Jewellery: Two pairs of white metal earrings, one pair set with a single 11.5mm imitation pearl and stamped 858, tests as silver, weight 6.1g. The second, a pair of cluster studs each set with an 8mm cultured pearl and surrounded by twenty six brilliant cut diamonds, estimated weight of (52) 0.60ct. Stamped 10K, tests as 9ct gold, weight 7.7g. £300-400
573.    Jewellery: Yellow metal half hoop ring set with four diamonds, all 8 cuts, estimated weight of (4) 0.08ct, weight of ring 1.4g. Tests as 9ct gold. £20-40
574.    Gold plated and simulated malachite powder compact and manicure set in the form of a camera. £20-40
575.    Watches: Rotary ten stainless steel and gold plated. £60-80
576.    Watches: Eleven gentleman's watches, one Raymond Weil, one Roamer, one Gradus, one Certina, one Montime, two Avia, and four Limit. £80-100
578.    Watches: Two silver open faced pocket watches white dials, black Roman numerals, one hallmarked London Import mark and one Birmingham. £20-40
579.    Watches: Five gentleman's stainless steel and gold plated, two Seiko and three Citizen bracelet watches. £80-100
580.    Watches: Five Citizen strap watches and five Seiko strap watches, all gold plated. £80-100
581.    Watches: One Tissot strap watch gold plated, one lady's Omega stainless steel, one Longines gold plate watch head only. £80-100
582.    Watches: Six gentleman's Citizen gold plated bracelet watches. £100-120
583.    Advertising/Liners/Watches: Mid 20th cent. Cardboard and wood Services watches display stand, together with two watch boxes. £80-100
584.    Silver plated box hinged with embossed top, one pocket compass, one penknife, two 9ct gold watches, and one rolled gold watch. £20-40
585.    Watches: Gentleman's Rolex Datejust chronometer wrist watch stainless steel silver coloured baton dial, date at three o' clock with a white Rolesor fluted bezel, on a Jubilee bracelet, model number 16234, serial number E579667, year of production 1990. Sold with Rolex box. £1800-2200
586.    Watches: Fifteen gold plated gentleman's rotary strap watches. £80-100
587.    Watches: Collection of fifty nine gentleman's watches, various makes, Lorus, Timex, Ravel, and others in stainless steel and gold plated. £40-60
588.    Watches: Twenty five Sekonda bracelet watches, stainless steel and gold plated. Twenty four gentleman's and one lady's. £50-80
589.    Watches: Twenty six gentleman's Pulsar strap watches, fifteen gold plated and eleven stainless steel. £50-70
590.    Watches: Twenty gentleman's Pulsar bracelet watches, five gold plated and fifteen stainless steel. £40-60
591.    Watches: Five Bulova watches, two stainless steel bracelets, one stainless steel and gold plated bracelet, and two on straps, one gold plated and one stainless steel. £100-120
592.    Watches: Ten Accurist gentleman's watches, seven stainless steel and gold plated on strap and three bracelet watches, two gold plated and one stainless steel. £80-100
592A.   20th cent. Watches: Cocktail watch on white strap, Hello Kitty watch on pink strap, Lucienne watch on two tone metal strap, Rotary model on expanding yellow metal strap, Timex ladies, Geneva gents, etc. (10) £20-30
593.    Watches: Twenty five gentleman's Sekonda strap watches in stainless steel and gold plated. £40-60
594.    Arts & Crafts: Aboriginal treen and white metal carving 2½ins. x 1ins. Model of S.W.B. Land Rover carved from coal, Meerschaum pipe contained in case with original label. £40-60
595.    Parker ladies slim fold fountain pen and propelling pencil, contained in original box. £30-50
596.    Pens: Ladies Parker fountain pen, navy blue coloured body with maroon ends. £20-30
597.    Pens: Watermans fountain pen with lever fill and gold metal nib in Mable Todd & Co. box plus a boxed Parker biro and a leather with silk lining photo frame. £40-60
598.    Beauty Products: Sisley cleansing milk with white lily, boxed, has been opened x 2. £20-30
599.    Perfume: Bvlgari rose essentielle eau de parfum vaporisateur natural spray, boxed, pre owned, appears to be unopened. £30-40
600.    Perfume: Chanel Cristalle eau de parfum vaporisateur spray, Cristalle body lotion, boxed, pre owned, unopened. Chanel No. 5 vaporisateur spray, boxed, pre-owned, age unknown. Chanel Coco moisturizing body lotion, boxed, unopened, age unknown. (4)
£30-50
601.    Banknotes: 10 shillings H89Z 319421 Beale, O'Brien (18), Mallam (7), Fforde (8), plus Wartime 1942 French 50 franc. £30-50
602.    Banknotes: Elizabeth £10 A10170236 Mallam, BR28 924411 and 15 Somerset, Charles Dickens KL17 391423 Lowther. £50-70
603.    Banknotes: £5 M23 725361, Fforde £5 L576 782 760, L2 31 604617 Somerset £5 C 01 737890, H 01 324878, E 33 655870. £40-60
604.    Banknotes: Elizabeth £1 various condition J Page (5), Mallam (3), O'Brien small issue- Isaac Newton Page (6), Somerset (2), George V Peppiatt green issue H26B 333867, Beale green (2). £40-60
605.    Numismatics: GB silver half and cupro sixpence 1937-1967 (34) Folder 1 shillings 1937-1966 (40). Folder 2 shillings 1937-1951 English and Scots, minus 38 (30) Miscellaneous loose sixpence. Florins 1920-1940, excludes 1927 (20) Half Crown 1941 x 2 to 1951 (12) 1952, 1967 (16) miscellaneous 1920, 33, 38, 48, 60, 67, plus Decimal set 1971 £1 to farthing, all circulated various conditions. GB banknotes emergency mauve 10s Peppiatt D38D 668078, £1 green L. K O Brien M 81 J 732223. £150-200
606.    Coins: Mainly Commonwealth countries and USA. £30-40
607.    Coins: GB uncirculated £5 coins including 2001 Victorian Era Celebration, 1998 50th Birthday of Prince of Wales, 2004 Entente Cordiale, 1999 Diana Memorial, 1999 Millennium, a proof 1oz. Silver 1998 Britannia £2 coin, plus a small quantity of miscellaneous GB copper and half silver coins. £80-120
608.    Coins: US Dollars 1972 x 6, 1974, 1976 x 2, 1977, 1922, 1922 Denver Peace Dollar, plus quantity of small coinage. £40-60
609.    Coins: GB milled George V scarce 1933 'Wreath'. £80-120
610.    GB Coins: Includes Queen Elizabeth II coin album with coins from her reign, plus coins of Great Britain and Britain's first decimal coins. £40-60
611.    GB Coins: Includes Whitman folders of Half Penny coins, penny coins, plus copper coins, and brass three pence coins. £30-40
612.    Watches: Silver open faced pocket watch by Kendal & Dent, white dial, black Roman numerals, hallmarked London Import mark 1913, plus a silver watch Albert. Weight of Albert only 26g. Coins, two Maria Therisia Thalea, plus museum replica coins Richard III, William I, Henry III, VII, and VIII. £30-40
613.    Coins: GB Crowns £5 x 6, 25p x 15, Five Shillings 1953 x 3, miscellaneous GB silver and half silver, half crown to 3d. Approx. 4oz. £40-60
614.    GB Coins: Includes Whitman folder of six pence pieces Plus George IV Mourday money, 1800 Victoria shilling 1880, Victorian four pence piece 1855, nine half silver three pence coins and six pence coins plus a collection of various nickle coins and a 1965 Churchill Crown. £60-80
615.    19th & 20th cent. Coins: Mainly GB approx. 9lb (4.5kg) of ½d and 1d, plus 1oz of full silver 3d, 6d, 1/-, and 3.3oz of half silver 3d, 6d, 1/-, 2/6. Together with a selection of foreign loose and 3d bits and WWII artillery shell. £40-60
616.    GB Coins: Encapsulated two pound Bill of Rights coin, Elizabeth and Philip Crown, Elizabeth five pounds, Nelson Bi-Centenary, Elizabeth 1953 Crown, Elizabeth 2015 two pound coin, George VI 1951 Crown, George V! 1951 Canadian Dollar, USA 1972 Liberty Dollar, Panama 1947 V.N Belboa, Elizabeth five pounds Gibraltar, Final Flight of Concord, Tristan-da-Cunha Quarter, Sovereign depicting Victoria Cross 2018, two pound coin outbreak of WWI 2014, plus Roman coins and tin coins, possibly Follis and a quantity of miscellaneous tokens, etc. £50-70