Antique & Collectables Sale on
Wednesday 10th October 2018

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01.     A Victorian ebonised and gilt wall mirror, with arched plate, 120cm x 96cm £30-40
2.      A pair of reconstituted stone and painted ornamental lions 50cm high (2) £30-40
3.      An 18th century style oak dresser and rack, the rack with three shelves over seven trinket drawers, the base with three drawers over three ogee panelled doors, 152cm wide, 198cm high £40-60
4.      A 1930s mahogany bureau bookcase, with arched glazing bars, sloping fall enclosing pigeon holes and three long graduated drawers on cabriole legs with club feet, 95cm wide 204cm high £40-60
5.      A foliate scroll carved walnut centre table, with canted square glass top 152cm square, 57cm square £70-100
6.      A stained beech glass display cabinet with sunburst glazing bars and cabriole legs 57cm wide £15-20
7.      A Victorian cast iron fire surround with leaf decorated hood and brown glaze tiles, 96.5cm high, 96.5cm wide £20-30
8.      A Victorian carved oak mantlepiece, carved with roses and knots, 143cm wide 116cm high, a Victorian mahogany toilet mirror on a platform base, and a Belvedere laundry mangle (3) £20-30
9.      A two piece 1920s burr walnut bedroom suite, comprising wardrobe and dressing table, wardrobe 119cm wide a pair of brass single bed ends, and an Edwardian walnut dressing table, with swing mirror and trinket drawers over a long drawer and turned legs with pot castors 99cm wide (4) £20-30
10.     A reproduction feather banded burr yew-wood side cabinet, with three glazed doors and a plinth base, 150cm wide and a matching corner cabinet. (2) £60-80
11.     An oak framed brass gong, with shelf over barley-twist and block supports 49cm wide, gong 37cm diameter £50-70
12.     An oak bookcase, with twin glazed and panelled doors 74.5cm wide and an oak bureau with twin drawers and lead glazed doors on barley twist legs 81cm wide (2) £30-50
13.     A oak drawleaf dining table, the square top on barley-twist legs joined by a cross stretcher 82.5cm x 75cm £20-30
14.     A pair of 1970s swivel armchairs on chromed bases and another swivel armchair (3) £30-50
15.     A reconstituted stone garden bench, the curved seat on squirrel supports 106cm wide £30-50
16.     A reconstituted stone garden bench, the rectangular top on squirrel supports 110cm wide £30-50
17.     Two reconstituted stone garden ornaments of Classical figures and a relief moulded jardiniere £40-60
18.     A reconstituted stone garden water feature, of a Classical figure over a shell form basin on a column stand, 142cm high £60-80
19.     A reconstituted stone and metal sundial, with square tapering support 67cm high £40-60
20.     A pair of Victorian pale terracotta chimney pots, with panelled octagonal sides (2) 65cm high £60-80
21.     A pine tripod jardiniere stand, with lead lined inset top on shaped supports £20-30
22.     An early 20th century oak glazed bookcase, the cushion moulded fluted frieze over glazed doors enclosing adjustable shelves on a plinth base 125cm wide £60-80
23.     An oak stacking bookcase, the four compartments with glazed fall fronts, 88.5cm wide £15-20
24.     A late Victorian ebonised hall stand, with mirror back, frieze drawer and umbrella stands, 103cm wide 210cm high £80-120
25.     A nest of three 1970s chrome tables, with glass tops, 53.5cm wide £20-30
26.     An early Victorian mahogany cradle, on ring turned supports and stretcher with bracket feet, 103cm long £40-60
27.     A 1960s teak rectangular coffee table with ebonised splayed dansette legs and brass feet 40cm x 30cm x 25cm £20-30
28.     A mid 19th century mahogany cabinet-makers footstool 28.5cm x 21cm £30-50
29.     A reproduction yewwood pedestal desk, the leather inset top over three drawers and pedestals, one with one short and one deep drawer, the other with three short drawers 122cm wide £30-50
30.     A 1920s oak Partners desk, the leather inset top over a central drawer flanked by three graduated drawers and cupboard doors, on square tapering legs and castors 167cm wide, 111cm deep, 78cm high £120-180
31.     A George III style mahogany and satinwood crossbanded bowfront sideboard, the two central drawers flanked by a bottle drawer and a cupboard door on square tapering legs and spade feet, 163cm wide £10-15
32.     A brown leather button upholstered swivel captain's desk chair, on four downswept legs and castors £120-180
33.     An oak pedestal desk, the leather inset top over three frieze drawers above pedestals, one with three drawers, the other with one drawer and a deep drawer with dummy fronts, 122cm wide £20-30
34.     A George III style mahogany serpentine sideboard, the two central drawers flanked by cupboard doors on square legs and spade feet, 137cm wide £10-20
35.     A 1920s upholstered three seat settee on bun feet 200cm £30-40
36.     A late Victorian brass bound coal box with sloping fall front £30-40
37.     An Edwardian walnut settee, the button scroll back with pierced carved splats above a stuffover seat on turned legs and castors £20-30
38.     A 1930s walnut bookcase cabinet, the stepped top with twin sliding glazed shelves over cupboard doors flanked by open shelves on stepped feet, 106cm wide £20-30
39.     An Ercol dark elm oval dining table, on a pedestal base, 165cm x 121cm and a set of six dining chairs (including two carvers), Windsor design with Prince of Wales feathers (7) £80-120
40.     A 1930s wall mirror, 73cm x 38cm, another similar and an oval wall mirror (3) £15-20
41.     An Edwardian oak carver dining chair, with rail back and barley twist supports joined by turned stretchers £10-15
42.     A Victorian ebonised corner table, carved with lunettes, the frieze drawer on turned supports and undershelf 85cm wide £20-30
43.     Two sets of three George III style mahogany dining chairs, all with pierced vase shape splats and cabriole legs (6) £40-60
43A.    Two pairs of George III style mahogany dining chairs, each with pierced vase shape splats, and cabriole legs (4) £30-50
44.     A mahogany pedestal desk, the leather inset top over three frieze drawers above pedestals each with three graduated drawers in plinth bases 152cm wide, 91cm deep, 78cm high £120-180
45.     A set of four late George III mahogany shield back dining chairs with pierced vase shape splats, drop-in seats and square tapering legs joined by stretchers £40-60
46.     A pair of early 19th century mahogany rail back dining chairs, with square tapering legs joined by stretchers, and a George III style shield back chair (3) £20-30
47.     Two George III elm carver dining chairs, with pierced vase shape splats and square legs joined by stretchers and a single dining chair similar (3) £60-80
48.     A pair of walnut Art Deco style carver dining chairs, the hexagonal upholstered backs above drop-in seats on square tapering legs £20-30
49.     A nest of three mahogany and satinwood crossbanded occasional tables, with ring turned legs, and a carved mahogany dining chair with upholstered back and turned legs (2) £20-30
50.     A Victorian turned beech bedroom chair with upholstered top rail and seat £10-20
51.     A pine blanket box with hinged upholstered top, 108cm x 47cm x 41cm £30-50
52.     A pair of brass club fender stools, with leatherette upholstered seats on turned supports, 38cm square (2) £70-100
53.     A 1920s mahogany mantelpiece, with inset shelf and moulded supports, 135cm wide £40-60
54.     A reproduction George I style burr walnut dresser, with four short drawers on shell carved cabriole legs with ball and claw feet, 168cm wide £60-80
55.     A giltwood framed wall mirror, the bevelled rectangular plate within a cavetto moulded frame, 76cm x 106cm £20-30
57.     A mid Victorian mahogany mirror, the bevelled plate within a vine carved frame, 36cm x 24cm £20-30
58.     An 18th century oak coffer, the hinged lid over a later carved four panel front, 164cm wide, 59cm deep, 71cm high £150-250
59.     A Batheaston Chairmakers Windsor chair, commemorating the marriage of HRH The Prince of Wales to the Lady Diana Spencer, limited edition 23 of 300, carved with Prince of Wales feathers and the Spencer coat of arms, on turned legs with crinoline stretcher, with accompanying certificate £100-150
61.     A fine Edwardian crossbanded satinwood Sutherland table, the canted rectangular top on rail supports and curved legs, the leaf supports on brass castors, 69cm wide £200-300
62.     A George I crossbanded walnut chest of drawers, the top with moulded edge over two short and three long graduated drawers on bracket feet, 95cm wide 49cm deep 96cm high £200-300
63.     A small early 19th century mahogany chest of drawers, the top with reeded edge over two short and two long graduated drawers on bracket feet, 77cm wide, 43cm deep, 76cm high £100-150
64.     A George I featherbanded walnut bureau, the sloping fall enclosing a fitted interior of pigeonholes and drawers, over four long graduated drawers on bracket feet 91.5cm wide, 50.5cm deep, 101cm high £180-250
65.     A George III mahogany bureau, the sloping fall enclosing a fitted interior over two short and three long graduated drawers on bracket feet, 122cm wide 54cm deep £50-70
66.     An early 19th century mahogany secretaire chest, the fall with dummy drawer fronts enclosing pigeonholes and drawers over three long graduated drawers, on reduced bracket feet 116cm wide 55cm deep 108cm high £100-150
67.     A Victorian mahogany cylindrical pot cupboard with white marble inset top and single door on a plinth base, 38cm diameter, 73cm high £60-80
68.     A George III mahogany corner armchair with pierced vase shape splats, drop in seat and shell carved tapering leg on a club foot £200-300
69.     A mid Victorian rosewood lady's armchair, the scrolling upholstered back and arms, on carved cabriole legs with pot castors £80-120
70.     A George III mahogany bureau, the sloping fall enclosing pigeonholes and drawers over three long graduated drawers on bracket feet, 99cm wide £80-120
71.     A George II style twin pedestal mahogany dining table, by Brights of Nettlebed, the top on turned stems each on tripod cabriole legs, 114cm wide, 274cm long with two extra leaves, and a set of eight Queen Anne style dining chairs by Brights of Nettlebed (7) £300-400
72.     An 18th century Italian style collector's cabinet, the ebony and ivory inlaid carcase enclosing elm and ebony drawers surrounding a central door enclosing a chequer flooring 80.5cm wide 39cm deep 52.5cm high, on a later bamboo stand, total height 103cm high £250-350
73.     A George III mahogany chest on chest, the cavetto moulded cornice over two short and three long graduated drawers, the base with three further long graduated drawers, on bracket feet 119cm wide, 179.5cm high, 58cm deep £300-400
74.     A cylindrical brass carriage clock, the enamel dial depicting Henley-on-Thames, single train movement 16cm high £30-40
75.     A brass carriage clock, with enamel dial, single train movement 15cm high £40-70
76.     A large brass carriage clock, with cream enamel dial, single train movement 17cm high £50-70
77.     A miniature carriage clock in a decorative brass case with white enamel dial, 9.5cm high £150-200
79.     A brass carriage clock, with enamel dial, single train movement, lacking glass panel 14cm high £30-40
81.     An Art Deco style satinwood and metal mounted mantel clock, with silvered chapter ring, the twin train movement striking on a gong, lacks pendulum or key 36cm wide £30-50
82.     A 3 inch brass astronomical telescope by Thomas Armstrong & Brother (Manchester & Liverpool) no. 2405 with subsidiary sight, rack and a pinion focusing and draw barrel, weighted tripod base and fitted case, main barrel 89cm long, with heavy tinted eye piece and x60 eye piece £500-700
83.     A mahogany longcase clock, by Fenclocks, Suffolk, the brass dial with lunar arch over a glazed trunk door, the three train movement striking on gongs, 188cm high £70-100
84.     Seth Thomas brass cased mantel alarm clock together with a Baronet of London onyx cased clock and a model of an Old Country house with a quartz clock, plus a Staiger of W. Germany brass mantel clock £25-30
85.     A Kelvin Hughes circular wall barometer with mahogany mount, silver dial and thermometer 21cm diameter £20-30
86.     A 1930s oak cased arched mantel clock with silvered chapter ring, striking on a gong, 20.5cm high and a brass anniversary clock (2) £20-30
87.     A lancet arched mahogany timepiece, with enamel dial and brass pad feet 22cm high, and a Victorian beech mantel clock with single train movement £30-40
88.     A late Victorian brass anniversary clock with rotating pendulum and glass dome 30cm high £40-60
89.     A late Victorian large slate and marble mantel clock, with gilt scroll highlights and exposed escapement to the dial, the French twin train movement striking on a gong 50.5cm high and another slate clock 25cm high (2) £30-40
90.     An European wool carpet, the ivory field with rose spray centre and spandrels within a green foliate scroll border 185cm x 284cm £20-30
91.     An European wool carpet, the ivory field with rose spray centre and spandrels within a green foliate scroll border, 185cm x 284cm £20-30
92.     A Persian Heriz runner, the red and ivory medallions on an ivory field within a multiple border 315cm x 99cm £60-80
93.     *A Bokhara style carpet, with sand field and seven rows of guls in a multiple border, 199 x 284cm £60-80
94.     *A Heriz style rug, with red field, central medallion and sand spandrels, in a foliate scroll border 240cm x 160cm £50-60
95.     A Qum silk rug, the ivory field filled with floral trees with birds and deer, within a similar blue ground border 153cm x 101cm £200-300
96.     A Persian rug in salmon pink and teal, with palmettes, birds and deer within a palmette border £60-80
97.     A Tabriz rug, with central red medallion black field and multiple spandrals all filled with flower and diaper motif within a multiple border, 158cm x 102cm £100-150
98.     A Persian style carpet, the ivory field with all over design of palmettes and foliage within a similar border, as found 378cm x 310cm £80-120
99.     An Indian Tree of Life rug with eight rows of six panels in a foliate design border, 197cm x 125cm £40-60
100.    A Royal Keshan 'Senna' design carpet, the green field with all over foliate design within multiple borders, 300 x 200cm £70-100
101.    Paul Richardson
Figure standing by a pond with cottage beyond
Oil on canvas, signed
60cm x 90cm £70-100
102.    F.B. Shaw
Church Street and Windsor Castle
Watercolour, signed
37cm x 54cm £20-30
103.    John Young
'A Bold Leap'
Print signed in pencil by the artist and General Sir John Hackett
40.5cm x 60.5cm
And another by the same artist
'Charlie Safe Home' (unsigned) (2) £60-80
104.    David Shepherd
656 Squadron Auster Mark IX in North Malaya 1962
Limited edition print signed in pencil 406/850
And two prints after Keith Woodcock Deterrent at Dawn and Night Mission Ahead (3) £40-60
105.    H. Shireson
Canadian Autumn river scene
Watercolour, signed and dated verso 1902
18.5cm x 26cm and another watercolour of flowers (2) £20-30
106.    Richard W. Conway-Jones
Marsh Lock, near Henley
Oil on canvas, mounted, signed and inscribed verso
29cm x 39cm £30-50
107.    Five Baxter prints, in later mounts and frames, Christies New Hall Vault labels verso 7cm x 10.5cm £10-15
108.    Mike Haywood
HMS Victory in the storm after the Battle of Trafalgar
Limited edition print signed in pencil and numbered 61/250
Mounted with original oak and copper sheathing from HMS Victory
33cm x 48cm £40-60
109.    David C. Bell
HMS Victory 1805
Limited edition print
Signed and numbered 10/190 in pencil
28cm x 39cm £30-40
110.    David C. Bell
Battle of Trafalgar 21st October 1805
Limited edition print, signed, inscribed and numbered 138/200 in pencil
36cm x 56cm £40-60
111.    G.W. (Bill) Wakeford
A Laurel and Hardy cartoon panel
Ink and crayon, mounted
10cm x 22cm £30-40
112.    Garman Morris
Sailing vessels, a pair
Watercolours, signed G.M. Avondale
37cm x 13cm £80-120
113.    After Henry Alken
'Hunting Qualifications' a set of six
Reproduction prints
21.5cm x 28cm (6) £20-30
114.    James W. Tucker
'Lakeland No 4'
Oil on panel, signed and inscribed verso
30cm x 38.5cm £50-70
115.    M. Howard
Gold Hill Shaftesbury
Pen and watercolour, signed
28cm x 38cm £20-30
116.    Lulu Vigeon
Three views of Land's End, Newlyn and St Ives
Watercolour and white, signed
21cm x 29cm (3) £30-40
117.    20th century African School
From Field to Market - Three panels
Acrylic on board, indistinctly signed
57cm x 48cm unframed (3) £20-30
118.    Two photographic prints of London Icons - a telephone box and a bus outside Westminster Palace 90cm x 60cm (2) £30-50
119.    After Henri Lassiers
Dutch figures in clogs - a pair
Lithographs published by DeRycker and Mendel
32cm x 42cm (2) £20-30
120.    Becillo
A ship in full sail
Oil on canvas, signed
50cm x 60cm
And two other paintings of ships at sail (3) £40-60
121.    After Sir William Russell Flint
'Red Background' Lithograph published by Adam Collection Ltd,
Limited edition copy of 750, blind stamp
34cm x 48cm
And after Luigi Kasimir
Courtyard at Seebenstein Castle
Colour etching, unframed
40cm x 56.5cm
After William Hogarth
'And as he reasoned of righteousness, temperance and judgement to come, Felix trembled' - a pair
Copper engraving from original in Lincoln's Inn Hall, published Feb 5, 1752, 42cm x 52cm (4) £40-60
122.    After Rosina Wachtmeister
'Goccioline d'Oglio'
Print with applied metal
74cm x 51cm £30-50
124.    Six etchings of group portraits by Dutch Old Masters, largest 13cm x 26cm (6) £40-60
125.    Albrecht Burchard
A View of Pozzuoli
Watercolour, labelled verso with attribution presented to Mr and Mrs K.S. Butler by their friends of the British Consulate General, Naples, 1 Sept 1977
23cm x 41cm £30-40
126.    Leo Klein Von Diepold 1865-1944
Bust length portrait of fishermen
Pastel and charcoal, signed
45cm x 32.5cm
The artist is credited to have translated Vincent Van Gogh's letters to his brother Theo from Dutch to German £40-60
127.    Michael Chaplin
Manor Farm, Taynton
Aquatint in green and brown
Signed, inscribed and numbered 86/100.
36cm x 56cm £40-60
128.    George Fowler
Figure outside a cottage in a Highland landscape
Watercolour, signed and dated '88
17.5cm x 26cm
And another of a coastal view (2) £30-50
129.    After Basil Nightingale
'Doing a Bit 'On Her Own'' - a horse rearing during a hunt
23cm x 35.5cm together with
H. Durrant
Boats in an estuary
Watercolour, signed
28.5cm x 44.5cm (2) £40-60
130.    Viola Peacock
Signed and dated 1980
The Mall Galleries label verso
52.5cm x 39.5cm
and Early 19th century school
Boats on a river
Monochrome watercolour
29cm x 43.5cm (2) £40-60
131.    David Beattie
Growing Summer no 111/150 and This Moment 74/150
Pair of signed etchings
17cm x 13cm £10-20
132.    19th Century Italian style
The Bay of Naples with people strolling
Oil on canvas
Indistinctly signed
45cm x 72cm £50-70
133.    Attributed to William E. Roberts (1788-1867)
Mountain stream in a rocky landscape
22.5cm diameter £10-20
134.    Mark Spain
'Valley View'
Coloured etching
78/120 signed pencil in margin
35cm x 28.5cm £20-30
135.    Mark Spain
coloured etching
97/200 signed pencil in margin
34.5cm x 46cm £35-45
136.    Mark Spain
Early Morning
coloured etching
99/200 signed pencil in margin
47cm x 34.5cm £35-45
137.    Babs Grooves
'Anyone for Tea'
36cm x 44.5cm £25-30
138.    Sara M. Knight
Study of petunias
Watercolour, signed with label verso
18cm x 26cm £15-20
139.    Thomas Moore
Country cottage in a landscape
24cm x 35.5cm £15-20
140.    Wilbert Clayfield
The bearded lake
Watercolour, monogrammed
23cm x 32cm
London Barges off Maldon Essex and two watercolours of farm buldings by Deryn Stewart (4) £30-50
141.    C. White
Sailing vessel near a watermill
Watercolour, signed
17cm x 36cm
And another similar of a thatched cottage £20-30
142.    Henry Rayner
'Escape through watercolour'
Watercolour and pen, signed and inscribed verso
19cm x 27cm £40-60
143.    After W.J. Shayer
A pair of coaching prints - The First Change Up' and 'The Last Change Down'
27cm x 39cm
a print of Christ signed John Saddler
and Autumnal trees around a pond
oil on board, indistinctly signed
48cm x 68cm (4) £40-60
144.    After Christopher and John Greenwood
Maps of Wiltshire and Middlesex with depictions of the cathedrals
54cm x 65cm (2) £60-80
145.    Archibald Thorburn
'The First Thaw'
A photogravure published by A. Baird 1906 signed in pencil in the margin, mounted and unframed 23cm x 32.5cm, a set of four hunting prints after Henry Alken and six other pictures (11) £40-60
146.    •Malcolm Rogers
Thames barges at Woolwich Reach
Oil on board
Signed and labelled verso exhibited at Queen's Silver Jubilee Exhibition 1977 at PLA by RSMA, the Guildhall Art Gallery London and Municipal Gallery Harrogate
May be subject to ARR £120-180
147.    John Faulger
A winter lakeland landscape
Oil on canvas, signed
60cm x 90cm £120-180
148.    Maurice Levis (1860-1940)
Le Moulin de Jarcy
Oil on board, signed
49cm x 72cm £400-600
149.    19th Century English School
Half length portrait of a lady, inscribed on the stretcher 'Duchess of Kent 1821'
Oil on canvas
27cm x 20.5cm £80-120
150.    Reginald Standish - Hartrick (1864-1950)
Half length portrait of a seated girl
Oil on canvas
Signed and dated 18?;
45cm x 35cm £120-180
151.    Attributed to J. Willis
'Roadside Refreshments' - Driver of a haycart drinking from a tankard
Oil on canvas, unsigned - attributed on frame
42cm x 59cm £300-500
152.    Paul Jacob Naftel (1817-1891)
River landscape with rocks
Watercolour and white, signed and dated 1867 £150-250
153.    Robert Hawthorn Kitson (1873-1947)
Blossoming trees in a Sicilian landscape
Watercolour, signed
45cm x 48cm
R.H. Kitson was the son of a Leeds Industrialist but built his own home in Taormine, Sicily in the 1900s. He commissioned his friend Frank Brangwyn to paint murals and design furniture for the house £80-120
154.    John Charlton (1849 - 1917)
Girl riding a grey pony side saddle on an autumnal wooded lane
Oil on canvas, signed and dated Oct. 1879
Labelled verso Croxdale Hall
The girl is believed to be May Rogerson. John Rogerson rented Croxdale Hall with the opening of a new colliery in the County Durham village.
127cm x 102cm £2500-3000
155.    •Helen M. Hale (b. 1936)
Lock By Night
Oil on canvas, labelled verso
50cm x 101.5cm
May be subject to AAR £200-300
156.    •Helen M. Hale (b.1936)
Oil on canvas, signed and labelled verso
101cm x 81cm
May be subject to ARR £250-350
157.    •Helen M. Hale
Oil on canvas, signed and labelled verso
76cm x 101cm
May be subject to ARR £300-500
158.    •Sir Stanley Spencer (1891-1959)
Pencil study
On lined paper
Stanley Spencer studio sale stamp verso
11cm x 12cm
May be subject to ARR £150-180
159.    •Sir Stanley Spencer
Pencil study of figures
On card, label for Abbot & Holder verso 'Prov. Artists Studio sale, Christie's'
13.5cm x 8.5cm
May be subject to ARR £180-220
160.    •Sir Stanley Spencer
A study for the Christ Preaching at Cookham Regatta series
Pencil on lined paper
Labelled verso bought at Studio sale in 1998 and stamped Stanley Spencer Studio sale
10cm x 13cm
May be subject to ARR £180-220
161.    •Sir Stanley Spencer
Study group of Angels
Pencil on lined paper
Stanley Spencer Studio sale stamp verso
12.5cm x 19.5cm
May be subject to ARR £180-220
162.    A brass trivet saucepan, with three legs and a pair of brass candlesticks (3) £20-30
163.    An ebony bust of a lady, possibly Kenyan 26cm high £10-15
164.    A Tudric Pewter four piece tea service with cane handles and hammered finish no. 01455, a photo frame, hip flask and tankard £60-80
165.    A pair of brass candlesticks, a brass jardiniere and other brassware £30-40
166.    A copper coaching horn, a Norwegian cow horn inscribed Röisheim and two cigarette card albums £10-15
167.    A miniature brass cannon on a metal carriage, 34cm long £30-50
168.    A Daler Rowney travelling easel, and a table top easel £40-60
169.    A pair of Edwardian fabric floral displays with gilt vases under glass domes and inlaid circular bases (2) 59cm high £50-70
170.    A set of four brass candlesticks, three pairs of brass candlesticks, four other candlesticks and a brass candle snuffer and tray £40-60
171.    A four light brass electrolier, and a brass table light £20-30
172.    A late Victorian brass fire fender, with pierced decoration 126cm wide and fitted fire irons £50-70
173.    A copper repousse panel depicting gourds and vessels
20cm x 43cm £15-20
174.    Three wing form brass twin wall lights, four scroll form twin wall lights and a similar five-light chandelier £30-50
175.    Two copper warming pans, with foliate decoration £15-20
176.    An Edwardian satinwood oval tray, painted in the Reynolds style with a boy on rocks within a rose swag border and pierced giltmetal gallery, 68cm wide £60-80
177.    An early 19th century chevron banded mahogany tea caddy with inlaid shell motif and bun feet, the interior converted, a porcelain panel painted with a view of Greensted church, Ongar, a leather and brass bound bible, and a brass oil lamp (4) £30-40
178.    Three 19th century brown glass moon flasks, two with silver plated stoppers and spirit labels, 21cm high (3) £20-30
179.    A brass bell, 18cm high, two brass jardinieres and a wall clock (4) £20-30
180.    A brass ceiling lantern with white glass shade 36cm diameter £20-30
181.    A green and cream leaded glass panel 69cm x 34cm £40-60
182.    A Juliana collection bronze finish cast resin study of two jockeys racing, 17cm high £25-30
183.    A pair of brass twin light candle wall lights, a Chinese silver plated opium pipe and a brass shell case £30-40
184.    A gilt resin figure of a rearing horse 68cm high £15-20
185.    A black metal and brass five light table top light, the turned stem on square tapering pedestal £10-15
186.    Two copper jam pans, 30.5cm and 49cm, two other preserve pans, and a set of kitchen scales £20-30
187.    A pair of cast iron ornamental cannons, 43cm long £30-40
188.    A pair of turned brass table lamps, a ceiling light with cut glass pendants and two other ceiling lights £20-30
189.    Three brass oil lamps and two other table lamps £20-30
190.    A pair of solid brass models of horses heads on wood bases, 30.5cm high and another pair in painted metal (4) £100-150
191.    A brass door bell, cast with griffins and winged figures 35cm high £20-30
192.    A small silver purse, a Metropolitan patent whistle, a tin of dried whole eggs, Robertsons figures and other collectables £30-40
193.    A Pye 8.5 inch Television, with label inscribed D.S.I.R. 1942 Radio Research Station £20-30
194.    A set of six composite figures of Louis Armstrong and his jazz band, by Apparence, Paris, 54cm high £120-180
195.    Corgi - 100 years for Flight: Sopwith Camel and F4 Phantom, Corgi - Concorde in new livery, Guide Friday routemaster and Return of the Saint Jaguar XJS; Lledo models and other die-cast £20-30
196.    Two 19th century waffle irons, with lattice pattern, one dated 1868 £50-70
197.    A signed print of the B-17 bomber Sally-B after Anthony Harold, signed by the artist and by Captain D.J. Bullock, Captain K Sissons and pilot operator E.T. White, limited edition 316 of 800 33.5cm x 50cm £20-30
198.    Various RAF breast ribbons including D.F.C. and D.S.O. World War II and later, cloth badges and RAF buttons and belt buckles, a pair of military issue medium flying sunglasses, canvas bag, various Air Vice Marshall epaulettes, gloves and Cumberband, all belonging to Air Vice Marshall R.B. Thomson.
*Ronald Bain Thomson (1912-1984) was awarded the D.S.O. for anti-submarine operations in 1943. The D.F.C. was awarded for sinking a U-boat whilst under heavy attack, leading to then Wing Commander Thomson landing on the sea, he was stranded on a dinghy at sea for three days with his crew. £200-300
199.    An Afga Flexilette camera, Praktica MTL50 camera and two lenses, a Conway box camera, and other cameras and accessories £20-30
200.    A Salvation Army bonnet £20-30
201.    A Salvation Army hat £20-30
202.    A Kobe toy, circa 1880, the figure with a mallet and hammer, as found, 12.5cm long £170-180
203.    A nursery rhyme dish, circa 1920, 17cm diameter £20-30
204.     Three postcards,circa 1900, two Louis Wain and one other, all cats £30-40
205.    A photo album presented May 10th 1915 with World War I ships, Malta, Suez etc £40-50
206.    A stamp album, with a small number of Commonwealth stamps (incomplete) £20-30
207.    A battery of five brass field cannon, 20cm long £100-120
208.    A Schuetzmeister and Quendt doll, with closing eyes, open mouth and compisite body, 34cm high £30-50
209.    A small case of magic tricks and another case of books related to magic £40-60
210.    A collection of Lledo/ Days Gone die-cast models of vehicles and other die-cast models, all boxed. (36) £30-50
211.    A Hohner Melodica - Alto, in original case £10-15
212.    A Pathe 9.5mm cine projector, in case and a Specto 8mm cine projector, in case, with spare lamps £40-60
213.    An His Master's Voice picnic gramophone with no 4 sound box and five records £20-30
214.    An Alba table top radio, an Ever Ready transistor radio, and two reel to reel tape recorders £20-30
215.    An RAF Officer's suit for Flight Lieutenant with cap, by Burton Tailoring £30-40
216.    An Irish Shillelagh 55cm long, with clover leaf design, and a hardwood truncheon, 39.5cm long (2) £40-60
217.    A Shakespeare New Waterking fishing rod, a cane fishing rod and various other cane rod parts £20-30
218.    Corgi die-cast models: Volkswagon breakdown truck 490, customised Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray 337, Rover 2000 TC (with take-off wheels and golden jacks) 275, Austin A60 De Lux Saloon Motor school car 236, Matchbox K-15 King Size Merryweather fire engine, all in original boxes and a Corgi Holmes Wrecker truck £40-60
219.    A Burroughs and Watts snooker cue, 148cm long, in metal case £20-30
220.    A collection of 75rpm records, including Carmen Miranda, Gracie Fields, Ella Fitzgerald, Andrew Sisters, Bing Crosby, Paul Robeson, Mel Blanc, Doris Day, Les Paul, Little Richard, Frank Sinatra, Glen Miller, Count Basie (approx 125) £60-80
221.    Scalextric C75 Mercedes model car in white, a Scalextric C74 Austin Healey car in red, both in original window boxes and various Scaletric track and accessories £60-80
222.    Chad Valley hand puppets of Sooty and Sweep £15-20
223.    Various board games including Buccaneer, Dennis Wheatley's 'Invasion' and 'Blockade', Totopoly, card games including Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Bobs-R-Uncle, and others £50-70
224.    A Codeg cash register, in original box £20-30
225.    A View-Master Junior Projector, a light attachment and various View Master pictures including 3-D Vista screen £30-40
226.    Various tabletop games, including Donald Duck Helter Skelter, 'House or Lotto', Scrabble turntable and others £30-40
227.    A Corgi Heinkel car 233, and various other Lesney, Lledo and other die-cast toys, all loose £10-15
228.    Various Huntley & Palmer tins including in the form of a bell, and in the form of a suitcase (7) £30-40
229.    Various fishing reels and rods, lead shot and floats £20-30
230.    A Minolta Dynax 7xi SLR camera, with Sigma zoom lens, various other cameras, accessories and Euming P8 projector and another projector £20-30
231.    A mink full length fur coat, and two others £40-60
232.    A pine cigar holder/press for Carl Intelmann Akt Ges Bud Zwischenahn no.17565 holding 20 cigars £20-30
233.    An album of Victorian ephemera and mounted postcards, an album of crests and monograms, an album of Ramsgate views, other albums of ephemera and programmes £40-60
234.    Four albums of early 20th century postcards and a quantity of loose postcards and greetings cards £40-60
235.    An Impala skin, stamped on the reverse Safari Lodge 120cm x 72cm £15-20
236.    A Betjemann's patent book slide, walnut and ebonised with brass fretwork, self-closing wheel mechanism, 'Betjemann's' and 'Patent 9234' brass plates at each end, 1860's 34.5cm x 15cm, opens out to 54cm £80-120
237.    Wooden boxes: Black Forest box with carved Edelweiss design 18cm x 18cm x 7cm, a 1930s birds-eye maple box 17cm x 9cm x 5cm and one other (3) £20-30
238.    1966 World Cup tickets and autographs, including Bobby Charlton, Gordon Banks and two others on a typed invitation to a reception to meet the England football team at A.T.V. studios Borehamwood 31st July 1966, eight World Cup tickets, including a complimentary ticket to the final and 3rd and 4th place final, two other eightth final tickets at Wembley (one with five autographs) another for the Empire Stadium and two at Hillsborough, and an official souvenir programme (annotated) £300-400
239.    A Corgi TY99135 James Bond film canister, eight piece gift set, in original box £40-60
240.    A taxidermy long eared owl, the case with label dated 1827, W. Kidd Godalming, 42cm high
Export conditions may apply outside the UK £100-150
241.    A carriage lantern labelled Eli Griffiths & Sons, 102 Bradford St, Birmingham, a military heavy duty torch, and a Great Western Railway 'notice for examination for junior male clerkships' (3) £30-40
242.    Twelve resin figures from the Mr and Mrs series by Roger Hargreaves, produced by Holland Studio Craft Ltd £20-30
243.    Twenty four Rupert Bear annuals from 1956 to 2012, some annotated including 1956, 1958, 1962 and others, and five Rupert Bear die-cast model vehicles by Lledo £50-70
244.    A 1960s composite doll, with closing eyes and open mouth, another composite doll and a teddy bear (3) £15-20
245.    A collection of three boxes and a set of six mats all with coloured gem stone painted scenes of Indian women and a similar box decorated with Elephants £20-30
246.    A pair of attractive vibrant coloured tube lined decorated pottery panels depicting a female warrior archer and a seated fine lady with crane birds framed in black traditional scroll frames
29cm x 29cm £50-60
247.    A Tiffany style uplighter shade on a brass standard floor lamp base, 35cm diameter, 181cm high £35-45
248.    A Tiffany style uplighter shade on a brass table lamp, 31cm diameter £30-40
249.    A Tiffany style tulip design hanging lamp with fixings, 42cm diameter £25-35
250.    A block anglepoise style table/ desk lamp with magnifying lens incorporated £10-20
251.    An interesting chess set of fantasy figures together with inlaid board £50-60
252.    A small Italian micro mosaic photo frame together with a delicate filagree case £25-30
253.    A painted bisque head doll, in Highland dress 25.5cm high and a painted cast iron novelty money box with a dog leaping through a hoop (2) £30-40
254.    A leather briefcase, the brass lock inscribed Bank of Ireland £30-40
255.    A 19th century French bayonet, with brass handle and a metal scabbard, the blade engraved Mre Nle Chat Aout 1871, length of blade 57cm guard numbered B96065 £40-60
256.    A black British Rail Jinty 47606, blue British Rail 9D80 diesel D5572, two brake vans, two flat bed with six containers, two UD trucks, modelling magazines, assorted track including meter lengths, curves and straights, one control box £35-45
257.    British Rail blue shunting diesel D3035, British Rail black locomotive running, two catalogues, Super 3 track to fit into Super 4, straights and curves, buildings and platforms £30-40
258.    Two boxed Tri-ang maroon sleeping car coaches, British green diesel 4 co1 and a selection of curved and straight track £30-40
259.    A .22 calibre A.S.I. sniper air rifle no. 192685 £80-120
260.    A pair of Broa Clar 8 x 25 Deluxe Special binoculars and two other pairs, all cased £20-30
261.    Books: Star-Land by Sir Robert Stawell Ball F.R.S. Cassell & Co 1899 full leather bound with Stanmore Park Crest; Practical Automobile Engineering Illustrated, Odhams Press; cooking books, Biblical and collection of history books (20) £20-30
262.    Books on Horses: The Badminton Library, 2 vols. by the Duke of Beauford, Longmans Green & Co 1894 impressed cloth bindings; Mayhew's Horse Management, by James Irvine Lupton, Abbott, Jones & Co. 1900; Sympathetic Training of Horse & Man by Major T.S. Paterson, H.F. & G. Witherby 1925; and The Horses of Antiquity, Middle Ages & Renaissance by Charles Berjeau, Dulau & Co 1864 (5) £20-30
263.    Books: The Complete Modern Farrier, by Thomas Brown, John Grant 1904; The Natural History of Selbourne by Rev. Gilbert White, Bickers & Son 1876; The Game Keeper at Home, by Richard Jefferies, Smith Elder & Co, 1910; The New Farming by Tom Wibberley, C. Arthur Pearson Ltd, 1941; and three others (7) £30-50
264.    Books: The Rod & The Gun by James Wilson, Adam & Charles Black 1844; Fishing & Shooting by Sydney Buxton John Murray 1902, and other books on hunting and game sports £40-60
265.    Books: The Boke of Saint Albans by Dame Juliana Berners, introduction by William Blades, Elliot Stock 1881, uncut pages in a vellum binding £30-50
266.    Books: The Sporting Magazine, three half leather bound volumes, 1821 (x2) and 1810; The Annals of Sporting and Fancy Gazette vols II & III only (July 1822 to June 1823) two volumes Sherwood, Neely & Jones (5) £30-50
267.    Books: The Book of Trades, or Library of the Useful Arts, fourth edition, printed for R. Phillips 1811 three volumes half leather bound; and a Visit to a Farmhouse by 'S.W', fifth edition printed by J. Arless, one half leather bound volume (4) £60-80
268.    A silver topped cane and a 'tipple stick' with brass eagle form handle (2) £30-40
269.    A Kukri with single sharpening blade and leather scabbard £30-40
270.    Three dolls with composition bodies, 33cm long £30-50
271.    Various jewellery boxes and cigarette boxes £20-30
272.    A Chinese style brass and copper coffee pot, with applied dragon decoration, a Middle Eastern brass coffee pot, a miniature brass jug and an enamelled plate (4) £15-20
273.    A three piece pewter tea service, other pewter cups and plates and plated wares £20-30
274.    Nine various 19th century style Toby jugs and two similar peppers (11) £40-60
275.    Four German painted stoneware steins, a treacle glazed relief moulded jug, and a Chinese embroidery of cranes preening £20-30
276.    An Edinburgh Crystal glass bowl 23cm diameter, another crystal bowl 23.5cm diameter, a platter and other cut glass bowls £20-30
277.    A Ringtons blue and white tea caddy, 21cm high, and various other blue and white ginger jars, jugs and tureens £20-30
278.    An Art Nouveau style brass ink stand, a brass ink blotter, a Royal Doulton figure 'Greta' HN1485, a pewter tea service, paperweights and a pair of opera glasses £20-30
279.    A collection of Giles cartoon annuals, 1963 to 1985, 1986-1991 and four collective editions (30) £50-70
280.    A collection of loose Lesney Matchbox and Dinky die-cast vehicles, including Pullmore Car Transporter, all as found £20-30
281.    A Commodore 64 Microcomputer, with datasette unit, joystick and two cassette games, all in original boxes £40-60
282.    An album of 20th century World postage stamps, and other stamp albums, mostly post-war world stamps £20-30
283.    Three albums of Great Britain and World postage stamps, in loose leaf binders, mostly late 20th century £30-40
284.    A Seltmann Weiden Bavaria tea service, with spring flower design, and an early 20th century part tea service with painted floral design £20-30
285.    Various Ceramics: Royal Doulton 'Westwood' coffee pot, 19cm, Coalport cabbage leaf bowl and matching pepper pot and others (one tray) £15-20
286.    A collection of eight various boxes, inlaid decoration, etc, two musical £25-30
287.    Four Parian British Heritage collection cream / milk jugs by Portmerion Porcelain £10-20
288.    A Tuscan blue floral part tea service, 20 pieces, and a Royal Alma part tea service 18 pieces £20-30
289.    Royal Doulton - Sir John Falstaff toby jug and The Falconer character jug D6533, a Belleek vase, another vase and other ceramics including blue and white teawares £30-40
290.    A Star vacuum cleaner and a Joe Davis snooker cue in original case £20-30
290A.   A Victorian beige glass vase, a large relief moulded jug, a stein, a figure group taking tea and various commemorative mugs £20-30
291.    Two chromed heavy goods vehicle horns 65cm and 61cm long £20-30
291A.   Two Victorian brass rose feeders, a pewter tankard and a five vintage blow torches £20-30
292.    A pair of brass wall mounted lanterns with swag decoration, 55cm high, reputed to have been removed from Charterhouse £30-40
293.    Two brass watering cans, two brass Prince and Princess of Wales doorstops and other brassware £20-30
294.    Various commemorative plates and mugs £15-20
295.    Various Hornsea fauna and other vases all with rabbit theme £20-30
296.    Books: The History of Rock, published by Orbis, the magazines bound into 10 volumes £20-30
297.    A Waterford glass ice bucket, with etched mark, 16cm high, two square glass decanters, a pair of cylindrical decanters and another (6) £60-80
298.    A 19th century Derby plate, in Imari colours, 22,5cm diameter, a similar Japanese plate, two two handled farming mugs and other ceramics including Royal Doulton character jug of the Veteran Motorist £15-20
299.    Five antique glass bottles with stoppers £20-30
300.    Henrich Hoffman intaglio glass box, in a jewelled ormolu stand, 9.5cm wide £160-180
301.    Art Nouveau organic green glass dish etched SHT, 15cm wide £30-40
302.    Glass bowl etched with rider, horse and hounds, circa 1820, 22cm diameter £60-80
303.    A collection of Giles Cartoon Annuals, including 1943-1946, 1950-1951, 1951-1952, 1952-1953, 1953-1954 and others, including some later reprints (47) £120-180
304.    Four 1970s coloured glass vases on pedestal feet, and a blue glass waisted water jug and a purple glass rose-bowl £30-40
306.    A collection of seven various pewter plates, 19th century and later, some with touchmarks 25.5cm to 23cm diameter £60-80
307.    Four glass Gothic-style goblets, pressed glass candlestick and turquoise bowl, Waterford cut-glass candlestick and green dimple vase (8) £15-20
308.    Waterford Crystal: Two decanters, two vases, a water jug, a bowl and a biscuit barrel, all with etched mark £100-150
309.    A set of matching drinking glasses, including six champagne flutes, six medium wine glasses, five small wine glasses, four large wine glasses, five liqueur glasses and two tumblers £20-30
310.    A bone china rose pattern part tea service and other ornaments of the same pattern (34 pieces) £20-30
311.    Three large Beswick Beatrix Potter figures; Peter Rabbit 17cm high, Jemima Puddle-Duck 16cm high and Miss Tiggy-Winkle 12cm high, with two boxes £30-50
312.    A Royal Doulton stoneware ewer in blue and green, 29cm high and a Noritake coffee service £20-30
313.    A Minton St James Pattern tea service 21 pieces £30-40
314.    A Shelley blue band part tea service, retailed by Lawleys, Regent Street 40 pieces £30-50
315.    An Art Deco style opalescant glass dessert set, with shell and seaweed pattern with large bowl 26cm diameter and six small bowls 14.5cm diameter (7) £40-60
316.    A pair of green glass vases, with ring and prunt decoration, possibly German, 24.5cm high, a Japanese style vase (as found) and another vase (4) £30-50
317.    A pair of Sylvac planters with rabbit and elf design, impressed marks no. 1514, 22cm diameter (2) £30-40
318.    A collection of twenty four relief moulded and other Victorian jugs £50-70
319.    A Ringways Coaching Days treacle glaze jug, another pottery jug, a meat dish and a painted set of kitchen scales £30-40
320.    A Pair of Victorian Staffordshire dogs, 26cm high, various relief moulded jugs, other jugs and vases, mostly late 19th century, and a Poole pottery vase £40-60
321.    A Royal Worcester part tea service with vine and blue band border (16 pieces), a Bell China part tea service, and other plates and saucers by Crown Staffordshire, Royal Albert, J. Kent and others £20-30
322.    A Wedgwood limited edition Clarice Cliff design plate 'Etna', number 41 of 1999, with certificate and Bradford Exchange presentation box, 30.5cm diameter £40-60
323.    A Royal Collection bone china tea set with twin cups and saucers, with original boxes and a card from Buckingham Palace, inscribed 'From Her Majesty the Queen', a Royal Doulton Pastorale pattern part tea service and other wares £20-30
324.    Eleven matching Spode/ Copeland moon shaped salad / side plates in blue and white Chinese pattern, circa 1890 retailed T. Goode & Co £25-30
325.    An Edwardian blue etched glass claret jug, with silver plated mounts, a cranberry glass decanter and two wine glasses and three Bohemian cut glass glasses £60-80
326.    A collection of enamel and china snuff boxes, including Halcyon Days, Crummles and Aynsley (24) £20-30
327.    Various Limoges and other dressing table wares, decorated by S.A. Junkin, mostly floral designs, a tall jug, vase, tablewares £40-60
328.    Six Royal Albert Beatrix Potter figures, in original boxes, Foxy Whiskered, Tailor of Gloucester (x2) Benjamin Bunny, Benjamin ate a lettuce leaf, Jeremy Fisher (6) £60-80
329.    Seven Lladro figures of children in nightwear, including three Christmas figures (7) £30-50
330.    Six Lladro figures, including Alice in Wonderland, girl weighing a kitten and other girls with cats (6) £40-60
331.    Five Lladro figures including Cinderella and four other figures of girls (5) £30-40
332.    Eleven Lladro figures of polar bears, cats, geese and rabbits, one with box (11) £30-40
333.    A vase modelled as an Arab's head, 17cm high £20-30
334.    A Fritz and Robert Fischer Art Nouveau copper basket with brass handle, 25cm wide £75-80
335.    Three large antique chargers, with floral garlands, 32cm diameter (3) £30-40
336.    Bruce Bairnsfather 'Old Bill' jug, 12cm high £40-60
337.    A Clarice Cliff sugar sifter by Wilkinsons, Taormina pattern, some restoration, 13cm high £60-80
338.    A Whitefriars glass tankard in bark effect, 13cm high £30-40
339.    A Minton Marlow pattern part tea service, 23 pieces, and a Royal Albert Old Country Roses pattern tea service 30 pieces £50-70
340.    A Royal Doulton Fontainbleau pattern tea, coffee and dinner service 77 pieces and a Royal Doulton coffee service 26 pieces £60-80
341.    A set of six Johansfors 'Strikt' pattern hi-ball glasses, with polychrome vertical bands, designed by Bengt Orup (6) £40-60
342.    A Bristol dinner service, Academy shape with peach wave pattern border, 32 pieces £20-30
343.    A pair of silver mounted green glass vases, a silver and enamelled glass diffuser, and other glass vases and ornaments £30-50
344.    A Shelley yellow and blue octagonal dressing table pot, 14cm wide, a Royal Doulton Dickens ware bowl and two Losol ware bowls (4) £20-30
345.    Royal Doulton character jug Athos D6439, and a Royal Doulton Toby jug of Sir John Falstaff £15-20
346.    A pair of marble effect glass vases, 16cm high and three Victorian glass vases £15-20
347.    A Paragon Country Lane pattern breakfast and dinner service, approx 100 pieces £40-60
348.    A stoneware flagon marked Lewis & Co Rockwell Brewery Wantage, by Price of Bristol, three other flagons and two stoneware warming bottles (6) £30-50
349.    A Tudor Falcon Ware 'Shiela' jug 18cm, Stanley 'Jacobean' cake-stand 23cm diameter, Art Nouveau style jug impressed '264', 20cm and a Prinknash vase 20cm (4) £20-30
350.    A set of nine Rubelles pottery Majolica plates, with Emaux Ombrants decoration of fruit, street and market views, within a reticulated border, stamped Rubelles S&M, 23cm diameter and three similar tazza (no marks) 22cm diameter (12) £120-180
351.    A Dresden box in the form of an egg, with floral painted decoration and green scale border, 18cm long £20-30
353.    A Carltonware colbalt blue ginger jar, 21cm high, Royal Worcester commemorative plates and mug, Royal Crown Derby badger paperweight, Hummel figures and other ceramics £40-60
354.    A Chinese blue and white miniature teabowl and saucer 7cm diameter, a Royal Crown Derby two handle miniature mug, another miniature tea cup and saucer, a Royal Worcester miniature box, other miniature wares and a mother of pearl menu holder £30-40
355.    An Art Deco chrome circular picture frame 13cm high, two relief moulded floral design dishes and two 1920s ceramics 'dolls' £20-30
356.    A Burleigh ware relief moulded jug in the form of a tennis player 20cm high and a Nao figure of a girl holding a lamb, 22cm high (2) £50-70
357.    A Poole pottery floral design jug, 20cm high and a Hancocks Ivory ware jug with floral design (2) £30-40
358.    A Coalport porcelain oval shaped footed dish in the Pageant pattern with hand enameled and gilded decoration, 31 cm wide £10-15
359.    A Geenty Pottery figure animal study of a Shire Horse £15-20
360.    A Yare Dragon group on a seesaw 14cm high and four other Yare Dragon pottery figures £60-80
361.    Three Victorian Parian figural vases, two others and five other Parian figures (10) £30-50
362.    A Coalport underglaze blue and gilt vase with panels painted with highland scenes, 20cm high (repaired) a Royal Worcester rose painted vase, a Wedgwood vase, Coalport three handle cup and a Beleek vase £30-50
363.    A Copeland style Parian pot pourri 20cm diameter, a Royal Copenhagen bisque figure of a boy and a dog (restored), 27cm high, a coloured bisque figure, and a Parian putti form candlestick (4) £30-40
364.    A large blue and green Moorcroft vase with floral decoration, painted initial and impressed marks 32cm high £400-600
365.    A 19th century wine glass, with double opaque air-twist stem, very slight chip to the rim £50-70
366.    A large 19th century ale glass, the bowl cut with barley sheaves and hops, 15.5cm high and five other 19th century drinking glasses £80-120
367.    A pair of Bohemian cut glass decanters, cut with floral decoration in red and purple bands, with silver mounts, 1974, 37cm high, and another decanter £70-100
368.    A Ginori Italian Maiolica trefoil pedestal dish, depicting cupid, with serpent handles, underglaze mark no. 322-1378, 18cm diameter £60-80
369.    A Moorcroft Isis pattern vase 2003 with monogram for Sian Leeper 14cm high with original box £80-120
370.    A Moorcroft trial vase, in ruby red with narrow neck, dated 19-10-12, with original box 24cm high £100-150
371.    A Victorian tea service, each cup and saucer painted individually with fruit and flowers, including large teapot, milk jug and lidded sugar bowl, 25 pieces, possibly Coalport £100-150
372.    A Royal Doulton Flambe figure of The Carpet Seller HN3277, 19cm high £100-150
373.    A collection of thirteen Staffordshire cottages and pastille burners, 19th century (13) £70-100
374.    A Moorcroft pomegranate pattern vase, for Liberty's with pewter base marked Tudric Moorcroft no. 01310 23.5cm high £250-350
375.    A Bohemian figure of seated girl, her arms resting on a harp, on a rocky base, unmarked, 30cm high and a 19th century painted bisque figure of a lady feeding a dog, on a marble effect base 36.5cm high (2) £40-60
376.    Oriental vase, with blue landscape decoration, 22cm high £40-60
377.    Two bronze Chinese opium weights, in the form of birds £80-100
378.    A Japanese bronze figure of two fish and a Torii £60-80
379.    A Balinese Dewi Sri (rice goddess) figure, made from Chinese coins and carved softwood 37cm high £30-40
380.    A Kutani egg shell porcelain tea set painted with samurai figures, three character mark to the base 15 pieces £40-60
381.    A Kutani egg shell porcelain teacup, saucer and plate, all depicting samurai, two Kutani lidded sugar bowls and a Victorian dinner plate with 'Phiz' design £20-30
382.    Nine packets of Tek Sing Cargo blue and white china, in presentation boxes by Nauticalia, eight still sealed, one with Treasures of the Deep by Hugh Edwards, including tea bowl, saucer and bowls £120-180
383.    Six Hoi An Hoard blue and white china including a bowl 14.5cm diameter, round vase 10cm high, two jarlets and two lidded boxes, with Nauticalia certificates £80-120
384.    Eight Hoi An Hoard blue and white china including two jarlets, lidded box, wine cup and prunus blossom saucer, with certificates, also two vases and bowl with Hoi An Hoard labels and a Java wreck bowl 10cm diameter (9) £80-120
385.    A Nanking Cargo tea bowl and saucer with Nauticalia certificate, a Tek Sing tea bowl and saucer and a Tek Sing olive glazed pot with lid, including certificates (5) £40-60
386.    Three Ca Mau tea bowls and saucers, and another saucer with labels and certificates (7) £50-70
387.    A Hoi An Hoard bowl, with bamboo decoration, 24cm diameter £30-40
389.    Six Indian paintings on silk depicting court scenes in the Mughal style 26cm x 19cm, unframed and unmounted £100-150
390.    Three 19th century Japanese woodblocks, one depicting an actress 34cm x 24cm, another of a girl at a chabudai 30cm x 21cm and a third of carts going to market 24cm x 38cm (3) £100-150
391.    A Chinese panel, with porcelain mounts depicting elders under a tree, within a burrwood frame 74cm x 104cm £30-50
392.    A Japanese woodblock after Tsukioka Yoshitoshi
Saga No Dairyo (Sagas of Beauty and Bravery)
23.5cm x 17cm £50-70
393.    A Japanese woodblock after Tsukioka Yoshitoshi
Yatsuohiro, the wife of Hutchotsubute Kiheiji (Sagas of Beauty and Bravery)
23.5cm x 17.5cm £50-70
394.    A Japanese woodblock after Utagawa Kuniyashi
Hitsu-no-saisho Haruhiro (Twenty-Four Paragons for Filial Piety of our Country)
24cm x 17.5cm £50-70
395.    A Japanese woodblock after Utagawa Kuniyoshi
Honma Gennai-hyoe Suketoda (Twenty-four Paragons for Filial Piety of our Country)
24cm x 18cm £50-70
396.    A Japanese woodblock after Utagawa Kuniyoshi
Suzuchi Hida-no-Kami Shigeyuki (Heroes of the Great Peace)
36cm x 25cm £50-70
397.    A Japanese woodblock after Utagawa Kuniyoshi
Toki Jurozaemon Mitsuchika (Heroes of the Great Peace)
36cm x 25cm £50-70
398.    A Japanese woodblock after Utagawa Yoshilora
Momoi Wakasanosuke
36cm x 24cm £50-70
399.    A Mamluk dish, silvered brass with stampwork decoration 25cm diameter £15-20
400.    A set of six jade coffee cups and saucers, saucers 11cm diameter £60-80
401.    An Oriental blue and white teapot with applied lilly design, unmarked, handle repaired 15cm high £60-80
402.    Two Asian exotic bird sculptures made of horn £20-30
403.    A miscellaneous collection of plated cutlery £15-20
404.    A large free standing canteen of silver plated cutlery for twelve place settings £150-200
405.    A three bottle silver plated tantalus, etc £25-30
406.    Four pewter spoons £20-30
407.    Four plated napkin rings with the Royal Yacht Britannia insignia £30-50
408.    A miscelleneous collection of silver plate, two trays £20-30
409.    A collection of silver plate to include tea and coffee set etc £25-30
410.    A large collection of silver plate to include cutlery, large nut cracker, jugs, goblets, etc £30-50
411.    A three piece plated tea set, a kettle and burner £20-30
412.    A four branch candelabra £20-25
413.    A miscellaneous collection of silver plate £25-35
414.    A miscellaneous collection of silver plate and a collection of tourist spoons, two trays £20-30
415.    A small collection of silver plate £15-20
416.    A miscellaneous collection of silver plate £20-25
417.    A collection of miscellaneous silver plate and a collection of four silver plated photo frames £30-50
418.    A collection of silver cutlery £15-20
419.    A silver plated wine/ champagne cooler, of campana form £25-30
420.    A three piece dressing table set, decorated with yellow enamel, together with a another set decorated with a Japanese lady design £20-30
421.    Nine various silver plated flatware items including fish servers, ladle, butter knife, tongs etc £20-30
422.    A good silver plated cake knife in its fitted case with a mother of pearl handle £20-30
423.    A miscellaneous collection of silver plate £20-25
424.    A miscellaneous collection of silver to include two German small cups, two Georgian berry spoons (mixed dates), a Swedish sugar shovel, etc £80-100
425.    An S.T. Dupont gold plated cigarette lighter, numbered 4653 D.V., cased £20-30
426.    Two silver and enamel snuff boxes £20-30
427.    Four silver and enamel decorated boxes £30-50
428.    A collection of miscellaneous cutlery £10-15
429.    A silver toast rack of six divisions, and a plated stilton scoop £25-35
430.    A set of six large Victorian teaspoons and eight silver golfing coffee spoons £80-90
431.    Four silver napkin rings, two silver thimbles, a small specimen vase and a small Middle Eastern tray with pierced decoration, and a pair of sugar tongs £50-60
432.    Two silver miniature chairs, one as a pin cushion £50-80
433.    A combination Victorian silver small spirit flask and vinaigrette, London 1876 £140-180
434.    A silver vesta case and two white metal decanter labels £25-30
435.    A set of six lobster picks with mother of pearl handles £15-20
436.    A cased set of six Norwegian silver and enamel coffee spoons £60-80
437.    A silver trotter, hallmarked Chester 1898 £80-90
438.    Six American silver spoons depicting places of importance £65-70
439.    A child's cased silver spoon and fork together with a cased shoe horn and button hook £25-30
440.    A silver cigarette box with a dedication to the lid £60-80
441.    A ladies silver hand mirror highly decorated in relief £25-30
442.    A cased set of silver teaspoons together with a cased set of silver coffee spoons with bean finials £35-40
443.    A cased child's silver spoon and pusher and a boxed silver napkin ring £20-25
444.    A small collection of silver items to include a pair of Georgian sugar tongs, an egg cup, etc £20-30
445.    A child's silver christening mug with engraved initials, Birmingham 1909, having bright cut decoration £40-50
446.    A silver mug on silver foot, as found £20-30
447.    A highly decorative sugar shaker of bulbus form, with swags and acanthus leaves, London 1899 £60-80
448.    Ten rat tail silver coffee spoons £40-50
449.    A silver sugar shaker on single foot with acorn knop, Birmingham 1913 £50-70
451.    A silver photo frame £40-50
452.    A boxed child's silver egg cup and spoon £20-25
453.    A round silver photo frame £18-20
454.    A collection of five white metal bowls (some continental silver) eight white metal forks, two glass holders £80-100
455.    Six post-revolution Soviet Russian vodka cups £40-50
456.    A swing handle basket, post-revolution Soviet Russian £40-50
457.    A silver handled cake knife, Sheffield 1979, together with a cheese knife 'The Posh Club' in box £15-20
458.    A cased set of hardened gold plated coffee spoons from Solingen, Germany £15-20
459.    Two silver wine labels for whisky and sherry, London 1979, together with two napkin silver plated rings with fairy decoration £25-30
460.    A silver butter knife by George Unite Birmingham 1862, with mother of pearl handle, together with another Birmingham 1831 by James Collins, as found, £25-30
461.    A silver sugar sifter, Sheffield 1915, together with a silver sugar ladle, London 1897 £40-50
462.    A Carrs silver photo frame with a cartouche at top, Sheffield 1988, 14 x 9.5cm £35-40
463.    A Carrs silver photo frame with beaded border, Sheffield 1991, 12.5 x 10cm £30-40
464.    A miscellaneous collection of silver items to include two trophy cups, a pair of napkin rings, a salt, etc £60-80
465.    A round silver trinket box with a mirror to the inside of the lid, Birmingham 1946 £60-80
466.    A pair of silver menu holders for Oriel College Oxford, boxed, 1904, retailed by Powell of Oxford £150-200
467.    A silver hip flask with engraved armorial with Latin 'moli me tangore' (touch-me-not), Chester 1903 £220-240
468.    A Carrs silver rectangular embossed table mirror, with bevelled plate and velvet back, Sheffield 1993 £125-150
469.    A continental silver singing bird box, stamped 800, the rectangular case with foliate scrolls and cherubs playing musical instruments, the oval lid revealing a gilt grille and feathered bird, possibly German, with bird form brass key, 10cm wide, 5.5cm deep, 4.5cm high £1000-1500
470.    A collection of medallions to include Elizabeth II, Diana, Queen Mother, etc £80-120
471.    A George V gold sovereign 1915 £180-200
472.    A set of three gold sovereigns showing the three heads of Queen Victoria, young head, Jubilee head, and old head £600-700
473.    A Victorian shield back sovereign 1880 £250-300
474.    Two bags of English and non English bank notes and coins £15-20
475.    A Solomon Islands $10 gold 1 gram ingot, 999.9 £30-40
476.    A cased set of fifty silver ingots of '1000 years of British monarchy', each ingot 2oz £800-1000
477.    A collection of twenty-four silver-gilt medallions for the 'Churchill Centenary Trust', each 1oz, mounted in a volume £150-200
478.    Two white metal Middle Eastern necklaces £15-20
479.    A set of 9 carat gold oval cufflinks, engraved with the initial R, within a case signed by Ronnie Biggs
*Previously sold at J.P. Humbert Auctioneers in Towcester 18th Febuary 2015, where they were catalogued as 'given to Ronnie Biggs by his wife Charmian 'to make him look smarter during his trial' £150-250
480.    Two shell cameo brooches set in 9 carat gold frames £70-90
481.    A 9 carat gold shirt stud set with a diamond £40-50
482.    A gold tie pin and cufflinks £80-100
483.    A pair of 9 carat gold tassle earrings £30-40
484.    A pair of jade earrings £60-80
485.    A coral necklace, a malachite brooch, a silver ring, etc £40-50
486.    Three costume jewellery rings and a pendant £15-20
487.    A gentlemans 9 carat gold signet ring set with black onyx £60-70
488.    An 18 carat gold ring set with paste stones £40-50
489.    A silver sovereign case on white metal chain £30-40
490.    A 9 carat white gold bar brooch set with an opal £60-70
491.    A platinum set single stone diamond ring £300-350
492.    A Victorian 18 carat gold coral diamond ring £60-80
493.    An 18 carat gold ring set with five turquoises £60-80
494.    A silver locket and a silver bangle £30-50
495.    A Danish enamel on silver leaf brooch and a silver chain and pendant £30-40
496.    A small collection of scrap gold £80-120
497.    A 9 carat gold bangle with chased decoration £80-120
498.    Two paste set eternity rings and two gold signet rings £45-50
499.    A collection of gentlemen's wristwatches together with a cased ladies silver fob watch £25-35
500.    A large box of costume jewellery £30-40
500A.   A large bag of mixed costume jewellery £20-35
501.    A 9 carat gold flat link chain £50-60
501A.   A bag of mixed costume brooches £15-25
502.    A 9 carat gold cross chain £25-30
503.    A 9 carat gold Municipal Workers badge £70-80
504.    A miscellaneous collection of 9 carat gold £40-50
505.    An 18 carat gold ring, stones missing £60-70
506.    A cameo brooch, a green stone brooch, a double clip and a silver pendant £70-80
507.    A butterfly wing brooch showing the Mauritania £40-50
508.    Five silver watch fobs £25-30
509.    A collection of three ladies fob watches and two Albertinas £50-70
510.    A gold plated open face Waltham pocket watch £40-45
511.    An agate brooch, a collection of stick pins and an agate stick £50-70
512.    A small collectors lot to include a single lense lorgnette, a Ruskin brooch, a 19th century gold memorial ring (as found) etc £40-50
513.    A diamond and sapphire three stone ring set in 22 carat gold £50-80
514.    A 9 carat gold wedding ring £20-30
515.    A collection of ladies and gentlemen's wristwatches to include a gents Saga electric calendar, a gents Rotary, a Ladies Limit, etc £50-70
516.    A small collection of costume jewellery £10-15
517.    A ladies compact together with a small silver cigarette case £35-50
518.    A collection of costume jewellery £20-30
519.    A miscellaneous collection of costume jewellery £20-25
520.    A smoky quartz pendant with 9 carat chain £80-100
521.    An amber and gold cigar holder £25-35
522.    A gentleman's stainless steel services wristwatch £20-25
523.    A small collection of agates £10-15
524.    A coral necklace and earrings £25-30
525.    A 9 carat gold gentleman's ring, set with cameo £30-50
526.    A silver and amber fly brooch and a silver and amber pair of earrings together with a silver and amber butterfly pendant £40-50
527.    A gold bar brooch set with a rose diamond flower head £80-120
528.    A pair of silver cufflinks, a tie tack, a blue brooch and two military badges and a silver book mark £40-50
529.    A Victorian silver Crown 1889, suspended from a white metal neck chain £15-20
530.    A set of white gold colour metal and diamond cufflinks together with a matching 18 carat and diamond tie tack £200-300
531.    A gold plated gentleman's dress wristwatch by Edox £100-120
532.    A gold plated gentleman's wristwatch by 'Benrus' £100-120
533.    A 9 carat bark finish gold collar £600-650
534.    A Victorian mounted sovereign on a gold neck chain £350-375
535.    A gold colour metal ball ring, set with 14 diamonds £500-520
536.    A gem set gold colour metal ring £300-320
537.    A gold Krugerrand in gold colour metal mount £1000-1200
538.    A gold colour metal ring set with six emeralds £300-320
539.    An 18 carat gold ring set with 10 diamonds £800-1000
540.    A smoky quartz pendant and chain £500-600
541.    A gold pendant set with coral and aventurine on 18 carat gold chain £550-650
542.    A Victorian brooch decorated in blue enamel with seed pearl and garnet £180-220
543.    An Art Deco diamond set platinum ladies wrist watch £300-400
544.    A 9 carat gold cross and neck chain £200-300
545.    A gold colour metal ring, set with a small gold nugget and another £120-140
546.    A pair of 14 carat white gold earrings set with 98 round brilliant cut white and black diamonds, approx 1.41 carats, colour clarity SI2 H colour £400-600
547.    A 14 carat gold pendant set with 53 round brilliant cut white and black diamonds approx .89 carats diamond colour and clarity SI2 H colour £600-800
548.    An 18 carat ring, set with central opal and diamond shoulders £120-150
549.    A Georgian ring set with central garnet £100-120
550.    A five stone garnet ring together with an opal cluster ring £120-140
551.    A pearl and diamond cross-over ring set in 18 carat gold £150-180
552.    A collection of ladies gold watches £250-280
553.    Two gate bracelets and a small charm bracelet (3) £400-450
554.    A gold sovereign, 1910, mounted with a gold coloured neck chain £380-420
555.    A small collection of 22 carat and 9 carat wedding rings £280-320
556.    Two 22 carat gold wedding rings and a white gold wedding ring £150-180
557.    A cherry colour bead necklace, possibly amber £100-150
558.    A 9 carat gold Albertina including charms and cornucopia-shaped watch winder £120-150
559.    A 9 carat gold curb link bracelet £150-200
560.    A nine stone diamond ring set in gold colour metal together with a paste set cluster ring £120-150
561.    A large sapphire and diamond cluster ring having approximately 26 diamonds and 25 blue sapphires £500-700
562.    A banded agate pendant with 9 carat chain £100-120
563.    A Victorian gold brooch set with a hard stone cameo (possibly depicting Aristotle) within a rose diamond frame £600-650
564.    A string of beads to include loose beads (possibly cherry amber) together with a string of yellow amber £300-400