Antique & Collectables Sale on
Wednesday 23rd August 2017

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1.      A green leather upholstered office chair, a yew wood veneer hi-fi cabinet and a pine triptych table mirror (3) 30-40
2.      A mahogany tea trolley with drop down sides and spindle gallery to undershelf, 55cm wide 20-30
3.      A Stag Minstrel mahogany bedside cabinet with four drawers, 53cm wide and another chest with five drawers 30-40
4.      An Edwardian walnut chest with three long graduated drawers on bracket feet, 107cm wide 40-60
5.      An Edwardian purdonium, with raised back, fall front and pot castors, 35cm wide, and a beech occasional table 20-30
6.      A brass bamboo style coffee table, with two tiers of glass shelves, 115cm x 65cm 30-40
7.      An Edwardian walnut ladies writing desk, the leather inset top above four drawers and kneehole on ring turned tapering legs and pot castors 60-80
8.      A George III oak cabinet, the two short drawers over a pair of cupboard doors with dummy drawer fronts on bracket feet, 111cm wide 60-80
9.      A 1930's folding tea trolley, with detachable quarter veneered mahogany trays, rectangular with chromed brass handles, 65cm x 41cm 20-30
10.     A 1930s walnut pie crust edge coffee table, 60cm diameter, a mahogany bidet and an oak barley-twist leg table (3) 30-40
11.     A Victorian style fully upholstered rectangular footstool, on bun feet with brass caps and castors, 112cm x 58cm 20-30
12.     A rectangular scrolling giltwood mirror, with bevelled plate 74cm x 105cm 20-30
13.     A Victorian mahogany chest of drawers, with two short and three long graduated drawers on a plinth base, 110cm wide 50-70
14.     A Victorian ebonised music cabinet, with shaped glazed door and velvet lined shelves on cabriole legs, 53cm wide, 100cm high 20-30
15.     A mahogany reproduction bookcase, with two glazed doors, above two frieze drawers and two cupboard doors 98cm wide 195cm high 20-30
16.     **WITHDRAWN**
An oak carver chair, with foliate scroll top rail and cabriole legs, and a mahogany bureau with two frieze drawers on cabriole legs 54cm wide (2) 10-20
17.     A brass inlaid three tier Indian-Colonial carved folding cakestand 81cm high and an Indian folding table, 37cm diameter 20-30
18.     A small mahogany chest on chest, each section with four drawers, on cabriole legs 62cm wide, 140cm high 20-30
19.     An oak refectory table, the rectangular top over a lunette carved frieze and fluted turned legs on block feet and stretchers, 161cm x 63cm 70-100
20.     A Georgian style fret carved wall mirror, 87cm x 47cm, another Georgian style mirror 66cm x 36cm, a table mirror and a carved wood panel (4) 40-60
21.     A Spanish turned wood coffee table, with circular painted glass top and bobbin turned sides, 75cm diameter (glass top broken) 70-100
22.     A Spanish walnut circular table with faceted edge over a carved frieze drawer, barley-twist legs and stretchers, 66cm diameter, 66cm high 100-150
23.     A pair of brass andirons and iron grate, with ball finials and octagonal baluster stems, 58cm high 40-60
24.     A panelled oak bureau bookcase, with glazed top over a sloping fall above two short and one long drawer on barley twist legs and stretchers, 92cm wide, 204cm high 20-30
25.     A stained wicker corner sofa, made up of five sections, with red and brown cushions , each side approx. 293cm long 70-100
26.     A Victorian mahogany Pembroke table, with single drawer and turned tapering legs, 108cm wide 30-50
27.     A Victorian inlaid oval table, on four supports and downswept legs, converted into a coffee table, 104cm wide, 53cm high 15-20
28.     A Regency mahogany and ebony strung square piano case, on turned reeded legs and brass castors, converted for hi-fi equipment, 169cm wide, 64cm deep, 82cm high 40-60
29.     A mid Victorian mahogany pedestal sideboard, the acanthus and anthemion carved back over three frieze drawers and two cupboard doors, 180cm wide, 61cm deep, 130cm high 60-80
30.     A set of six 1970s dining chairs, with green button upholstered backs and seats on aluminium bases stamped CMS 200-300
30A.    A 19th century stained pine crib with original rockers, 60cm long 30-40
31.     Two rectangular wall mirrors, 79cm x 109cm and 60cm x 85cm 20-30
32.     A French walnut bureau, with metal gallery, scroll carved sloping fall and frieze drawer on cabriole legs with gilt metal mounts, 67cm wide, 103cm high 30-40
33.     A nest of three Danish teak tables, by Vildbjerg Mobelfabrik, 62cm wide and a ceiling light, 1970s 20-30
34.     A yew wood reproduction pedestal desk, with keyboard drawer and faux drawer cupboard doors, 109cm wide 53cm deep 79cm high 20-30
35.     A Victorian sewing table, the square hinged top with tapering sides on a tripod base, 48cm wide 20-30
36.     An Edwardian walnut kneehole desk, the leather inset top over a central drawer flanked by four drawers either side, 122cm wide, 51cm deep 40-60
37.     A pine and metal bound chest, with hinged lid 95cm wide, and another smaller 52cm wide (2) 60-80
38.     An oak gateleg table, with wide top and narrow leaves on baluster turned legs and block feet with H-stretcher 92cm wide 20-30
39.     A set of four ash and elm kitchen dining chairs, with broad top rails, turned supports and legs joined by H- stretchers and a stained beech corner chair (5) 20-30
40.     A set of four oak dining chairs, the reeded railbacks on similar square section legs (4) 30-40
40A.    A large 20th century Chinese rattan and bamboo three sectional stacking wedding basket, 68cm high 80-120
41.     A Victorian style mahogany Sutherland table, the oval top on turned supports and bracket feet, 75.5cm wide, 66cm high 20-30
42.     A mahogany ladies kneehole writing desk, with three drawers on square section legs 99cm wide, 47cm deep, 75cm high 20-30
43.     A 1920's upholstered armchair, with square legs on castors and later upholstery 30-40
44.     A 1920's mahogany bureau bookcase, the glazed top over a sloping fall with fitted interior over three long drawers and cabriole legs, 95cm wide together with a set of four stained wood ladderback dining chairs, including one carver, with turned and block legs 15-20
45.     A George III style mahogany glazed corner cabinet, with astragal glazed door and sides, 70cm wide, 95cm high 40-60
46.     A wrought iron adjustable standard lamp, converted to electricity, with adjustable stem and scrolling tripod supports 131cm high 20-30
47.     An Edwardian mahogany pedestal desk, the leather inset top over pedestals each with four drawers on plinth bases, the pedestals stamped ERVII, Holland & Sons, Mount Street, London, 153cm wide, 83cm deep, 76cm high 150-200
48.     A stained wood open barley twist turned torchere, with brass candle holder 90cm high 10-15
50A.    An Art Deco long stool, the square section legs with canted corners, the underside stamped "LCC (London County Council), Ministry of Education" dated 1936, 80cm wide 30-50
51.     A reproduction mahogany sofa table, with two frieze drawers, and lyre supports, 143cm open, 54cm deep 15-20
52.     An elm and pine school desk, with sloping hinged top, 60cm wide 20-30
53.     An Edwardian walnut dressing table base, with two drawers, ring turned tapering legs and pot board, 107cm wide 20-30
54.     A Middle Eastern brass top circular table, on folding turned stand, 68cm wide 30-40
55.     An elm rectangular dining table, with 1950s open metal legs 148.5cm long, 75cm wide 40-60
57.     A 1970s teak and tiled coffee table, the tiled top forming a geometric design signed Ox-Art '74 85.5cm square, 42cm high 30-40
58.     A Victorian mahogany toilet mirror, the rectangular plate in scroll supports on a concave base, 65cm high, 59cm wide 60-80
59.     A George III style upholstered wing armchair on cabriole legs and club feet 200-300
60.     A pair of Edwardian walnut side chairs, the scroll top rails over patera and husk carved backs, stuffover seats and ring turned legs (2) 10-15
60A.    Victorian circular stool with turned beech legs and dished elm seat 20-30
61.     An Edwardian oak tray, rectangular with lunette carved gallery and brass handles, 66cm x 39cm 15-20
62.     A mahogany bookcase with associated cabinet, the moulded cornice over a pair of glazed doors and base cupboard doors, 94cm wide 192cm high 30-40
63.     Six various wall mirrors 10-15
64.     A set of six early Victorian mahogany dining chairs, the button upholstered backs above stuffover seats on lobed baluster legs (6) 60-80
65.     An oak bobbin turned side table, parts possibly 18th century, with rectangular top, frieze drawer and bobbin turned side stretchers 80cm wide, 59cm deep, 70cm high 50-70
66.     A set of six stained beech hoop back chairs, with carved rails, leather seats and turned legs joined by H-stretchers 30-40
67.     A late George III mahogany carver, the rectangular rail back and arms with drop in seat and tapering legs, another similar and a Victorian balloon back bedroom chair, as found (3) 20-30
68.     A 17th century style turned oak stool, a small dropleaf table, towel rail and firescreen (4) 50-70
69.     Two ash and elm high back chairs, one with turned back rails, both with turned legs (2) 80-120
70.     An 18th century oak coffer, the hinged lid over a triple panel front, 111cm wide, 55cm deep, 67cm high 80-120
70A.    A large late 19th century Chinese bronze bowl decorated with elephants, 27cm high together with a wooden stand (2) 180-250
71.     A Victorian oak hall chair, the shaped back with central cartouche over a solid seat and turned legs 20-30
72.     An Edwardian mahogany standing smoker's compendium, with pipe compartments over a cupboard door and drawer on turned supports with undershelf 31cm wide, 121cm high 60-80
73.     An Edwardian mahogany drop leaf table, the rectangular top on turned legs and later brass cap castors, 94cm wide 30-40
74.     A 1920s mahogany extending D-end dining table, with cabriole legs and ball and claw feet, three extra leaves, 121cm wide 30-40
75.     A set of six Victorian mahogany balloon back dining chairs, with octagonal tapering legs 30-50
76.     A William Morris style Sussex type chair, lacks rush seat, and two other cane back chairs (3) 30-40
77.     An Edwardian walnut octagonal centre table, with leather inset top on fluted turned supports with a cross frame of down turned supports and later castors, 76cm diameter, 67cm high 70-100
78.     A Dutch mahogany and inlaid wall mirror, rectangular with floral frame, 71.5cm x 34cm 30-50
79.     A mahogany cheval mirror, with shaped top, 155cm high, and a similar oval toilet mirror, 51cm high 30-40
80.     An Edwardian oak ladies desk, the shaped leather inset top over two frieze drawers and carved rosette on reeded tapering legs joined by stretchers, 106cm wide, 55cm deep, 72cm high 30-50
80A.    Three items of late 19th century wicker child's toy furniture; the line cloth seats with Japanned decoration, the settee 20 cm wide 30-50
81.     A Victorian Scottish mahogany chest of drawers, with an arrangement of five drawers over three long graduated drawers flanked by pilasters, 127cm wide 40-60
82.     A George III mahogany and satinwood crossbanded side table, the oval inlaid top over two short and one long drawers on square tapering legs, 38cm wide, 74cm high 20-30
83.     A stained walnut side board with wiggle work mouldings, comprising two pairs of panelled doors enclosing shelves over a plinth base 168cm wide, 48cm deep, 91.5cm high 70-100
84.     An ebonised side table, with Delft tiled top (most cracked) over a frieze drawer on turned legs and castors, 57cm wide 44cm deep 73cm high 60-80
85.     A Victorian oak and chevron inlaid dining chair, in the Gothic style, with turned top rail, upholstered back and seat, and fluted turned tapering legs, and an Edwardian dining chair, as found 20-30
86.     An oak circular occasional table, on barley-twist legs joined by concave stretchers, 66cm diameter, 68cm high 30-40
87.     A Victorian mahogany dressing wall mirror, with broken pediment, curved hinged compartment and towel rail, 88cm high, 48cm across 40-60
88.     A Victorian mahogany chiffonier, the raised back over two frieze drawers and two panelled doors on a plinth base, 122cm wide 40-60
89.     An Edwardian mahogany dressing table, the circular mirror on barleytwist supports over three long graduated drawers, 99cm wide 10-15
90.     A Victorian mahogany Pembroke table, with frieze drawer, turned legs and brass castors, 97cm wide 20-30
90A.    A large model of a three-masted ship, fully rigged, 127cm long 70-100
91.     A Victorian mahogany twin glazed door bookcase 89cm wide 40-60
92.     A cast iron and brass fire grate, the griffin cast back plate over a grate with pierced brass apron on spiral twist legs with reeded and ball finials, 76cm high, 89cm wide, 54cm deep 200-300
93.     A Victorian cast iron fire fender, of repeating scroll design 122cm wide, a wrought iron fire screen and various irons 120-180
94.     A George III oak and mahogany crossbanded mule chest, the hinged top over two dummy drawers, above an arrangement of five drawers on ogee bracket feet, 171cm wide, 55cm deep, 106cm high 400-600
95.     An Edwardian mahogany and satinwood crossbanded bijouterie cabinet, with bevelled glass top and fall front over a frieze drawer on straight cabriole legs with club feet, 81cm wide, 45cm deep, 108cm high 250-350
96.     A Victorian mahogany bedside cabinet, the square top over an arch panel cupboard door on a plinth base, 39cm wide 74cm high 30-50
97.     An Edwardian mahogany hanging bijouterie cabinet, the broken pediment over a glazed door on bracket supports, 65cm wide, 28.5cm deep, 61cm high 80-120
98.     A Regency mahogany and boxwood inlaid secretaire bookcase, with arrow motifs, the anthemion inlay cornice over glazed doors and secretaire drawer enclosing a fitted interior and with later handles above a pair of cupboard doors enclosing linen shelves, on outsplayed legs, 122cm wide, 55cm deep, 237cm high 400-600
99.     A Continental, possibly Spanish, walnut settee, the upholstered back, with cabochon and foliate scroll top rail, lion masks and lion mask arms on fluted tapering legs and paw feet joined by turned stretchers, 165cm wide 300-400
100.    A Spanish style cross-frame armchair, carved with lion heads and Romanesque jewelled blind fretwork, with suspended upholstered back and scroll legs joined by turned stretchers 100-150
100A.   A bronze model of a working Labrador on stepped hardwood base. 15cm high 80-120
101.    A carved hardwood Burgomaster chair, Indian or Sri Lankan, with head finials, foliate carved splats and rotating upholstered seat, on cabriole legs with scroll and turned stretchers 200-300
102.    A George III mahogany cabinet, the hinged glass bijouterie top over a dummy drawer, four short and two long drawers on square tapering legs with brass caps and castors, 57cm wide 250-350
103.    An inlaid crossbanded mahogany cabinet on stand, the frieze and door with greek key border enclosing burnished thistle and acorn inlay on square tapering legs, 45.5cm wide, 32cm deep, 125cm high 80-120
104.    A 19th century Biedermeier flame mahogany secretaire a abattant, the superstructure with three curved doors over a frieze drawer with writing slope and fall front with a chequerbanded fitted interior above three graduated drawers on a plinth base 97cm wide, 51cm deep, 207cm high 600-800
105.    A 19th century Beidermeier flame mahogany chest of drawers, the moulded top drawer over three graduated drawers on bracket feet, 83cm wide, 46cm deep, 86cm high 250-350
106.    A faux rosewood sideboard, of rectangular form with two pairs of cupboard doors enclosing glass shelves and drawers, 198cm high, 48cm deep, 82cm high 60-80
107.    A Victorian style cast iron hall stand, of floral scroll form with hinged oval mirror and umbrella compartment, the base formed of dolphins and c-scrolls, 82cm wide, 215cm high 300-400
108.    A flame mahogany and boxwood strung Jupes Patent circular dining table, the rotating top to fit eight additional leaves, on a central heavy column with four further columns on a platform base, early Victorian in style, the leaves stored in a fitted cabinet, 141cm diameter closed, 188cm diameter open, 75cm high 1200-1800
109.    A pair of French 1940's tub chairs, the terracotta colour upholstered seats and backs on turned tapering legs and brass sabots 600-800
110.    A pair of ash tub armchairs, with black upholstery on outsplayed legs (2) 80-120
110A.   An early 20th century Black Forest nutcracker in the form of a ram's head with original glass eyes 60-80
111.    A pair of George III gilt gesso ribbon and husk swags, possibly from pier mirrors, 53cm high x 89cm wide 60-80
112.    A pair of French Louis XV style Bergere chairs, stamped Marcel on the leg, with floral carved top and seat rails, and velvet upholstery, on cabriole legs (2) 400-600
113.    A Victorian black slate and marble mantel clock with shaped top and foliate scroll engraving, the enamel dial with twin train movement striking on a gong 36.5cm high 30-50
114.    A 19th century mahogany stick barometer, the arched ivory dial with thermometer and inscribed J.King, Optician, 2 Clare St, Bristol 92cm high 300-500
115.    A George III pine longcase clock, the caddy top over a brass dial with gilt metal mask spandrels, silvered dial, seconds dial and date aperture, inscribed William Cooper Colechester in the arch, on a reduced trunk, the eight day movement striking on a bell, 220cm high 400-600
116.    A French gilt metal and alabaster mantel clock, the case depicting a walker beckoning a bird over a drum form enamel dial, on a scrolled base, the twin train movement striking on a bell, on a giltwood stand 36cm high, in a glass dome with ebonised base, approx. 54cm high 80-120
117.    A 1920s chrome double sided desk clock with matted dial, stepped base and pad feet, 14.5cm high 40-60
118.    An early 19th century mahogany long case clock, with brass finials, circular painted dial and concave glass over a trunk door and panelled base, the dial with subsidiary seconds and date dials inscribed F. Barnard Sheerness, the eight day movement striking on a bell, dial 30cm diameter, case 220cm high 500-700
119.    A brass ship's clock, with enamel dial and single train movement 18.5cm diameter 80-120
120.    A late Victorian Tunbridge ware inlaid wall clock, with American movement 110cm high 50-70
121.    A stained wood Vienna style wall clock, with turned finial surmount, twin train movement striking on a gong, dial with subsidiary seconds dial 121cm high 30-50
122.    A Victorian oak framed table top compendium of Ecclesiastical form, with time piece, aneroid barometer and curved thermometer, 48cm high, and a 1930s oak mantel clock, 37.5cm high (2) 40-60
123.    A late Victorian architectural form slate mantel clock with fluted columns and plinth base, the twin train movement striking on a gong, 43cm wide, 31.5cm high 20-30
124.    An Edwardian ebonised mantel clock, 32cm high and an Admiral hat clock 38cm (2) 30-40
125.    A mid 19th century French gilt metal and spelter clock with marble panels, the top depicting two soldiers in chainmail at rest, over the enamel dial and front depicting banners, spears, shields and armour, on a lambrequin base, the twin train movement striking on a bell, 45cm high, 50cm wide 500-700
126.    An Edwardian brass table timepiece, in the form of a screen, with pierced foliate scrolls, on a beaded base, later quartz movement 38cm high 30-40
127.    A 1920's French clock garniture set, the arched clock case with grape vine, surmounted by a Pierrot with guitar, the garnitures in the form of dancers 20cm high, and an easel timepiece (2) 10-15
128.    An Acctim of London Victorian style wall clock with quartz movement, 30cm diameter and another Victorian style wall clock with single train movement 26cm diameter 20-30
129.    A Persian ivory field prayer rug with palmette and herati border, 172cm x 116cm, and a Kazak rug with red field and geometric designs, 190cm x 133cm 100-150
130.    A large European style ivory field carpet, with green foliate scroll and floral medallion and border, 553cm x 367cm 80-120
131.    A Louis de Poortere 'Mossoul' carpet, with red field 304cm x 202cm, a similar rug, 150cm x 66cm and two 'Keshan' style rugs (4) 30-40
132.    An Indian wool carpet, the red ground with all over foliate and floral design within an ivory foliate scroll border, 420cm x 300cm 120-180
133.    A Kashmir rug, the blue ground with central ivory medallion and all over scroll design within an ivory border, 166cm x 115cm 20-30
134.    A machine made ivory ground rug, with red flower heads and palmette borders, 162cm x 121cm 15-20
135.    S. Rodger
Workman in a field before a church
Oil on board, signed
24cm x 34cm 20-30
135A.   Paris scene with Seine in foreground, oil on canvas, signed "Sarde" 51 x 61cm
136.    F. Vingoe
Farley Court
Oil on canvas, signed and dated 1902
24cm x 34cm 20-30
137.    Mark Churms
'West Tip'
Colour lithograph, signed in pencil
29cm x 21cm and four other prints 10-15
138.    After Henry William Banks Davis (1833-1914)
'A Panic' - bulls in flight
Engraving with dedication, published 1874 by George Ramage & Son, 53cm x 106cm 40-60
139.    After Warren Williams
Conwy Castle and Mountains 28cm x 52cm
and other Welsh coastal views, limited edition lithographs published 1980s and 1990s (4) 80-120
140.    After Warren Williams
Steam and sail Conwy Estuary
24cm x 34cm
and two other Welsh coastal views,
limited edition lithographs published 1980's (3) 60-80
141.    Max Brandreff
Desert Orchid and Simon Sherwood, Cheltenham Gold Cup
Arkle Pat Taaffe Cheltenham Gold Cup 1966
limited edition lithographs
Signed and numbered in pencil
39cm x 60cm
Another another print of Brigadier Gerard & Jockey (3) 40-60
142.    19th century British School
Portrait of a lady in blue with white veil
66cm x 51cm 40-60
143.    Jeremy King
Pride of the Thames in the Regents Canal
Lithograph, signed and numbered 20/250 40cm x 61cm 30-40
144.    Fergus Ferguson
'Black Umbuluzi near its source, Swaziland'
pastel and pencil,
signed and dated 1973,
25cm x 35cm,
a pencil sketch of Stratford in Bow Church and other pictures and prints 20-30
145.    20th century British school
R.R.S. Discovery, McMurdo Sound, Antarctic Expedition 1925
Oil on board, unsigned, inscribed verso 19cm x 25cm
And a watercolour of a vessel on a river 31cm x 66cm (2) 40-60
146.    Robert W. Macbeth
The Ferry and Ferry Inn - a pair
Etchings, signed in pencil 33cm x 52cm
and another of shepherd herding sheep down a lane 49cm x 63cm (3) 50-70
147.    C.H. Bagnoli
An Estate Farm
Oil on canvas,
54cm x 69cm 30-50
148.    Percy Ramsbottom
Sketch of a farmhouse
Pencil and white
Signed and dated Nov. 74 and inscribed Winkfield
23cm x 33cm, and various other pictures (7) 20-30
149.    J. Brillantes
Ducks in flight
Oil on canvas,
30cm x 40cm 30-50
150.    C. Huisman
French Tree Lined Canal
Oil on canvas, signed
30cm x 45cm 40-50
151.    After George Edward Lodge (1860 - 1954)
Pheasants and grouse, a pair
Coloured engravings 11.5cm x 16cm
Three other etchings and two small oil paintings (6) 30-50
152.    Helen Bradley (1900 - 1979)
'The Fair at Daisy Nook'
blind stamp and signed in pencil, published by Helen Bradley Prints Limited 1978,
50cm x 76cm 70-100
153.    Margaret Rumsby
Three still life studies
Two oil on board and another
And Horace Hill - late summer landscape
Oil on board 60cm x 50cm (4) 15-20
154.    Attributed to Alfred Vickers Senior (1786-1868)
Harvesting by a river
Watercolour, unsigned
14cm x 37cm 40-60
155.    P. Dessau
Full length portrait of a Harlequin
Watercolour, signed
37cm x 26cm 30-40
156.    M. Blond
Still life of fruit and bowl
Lithograph, signed and numbered 20/50 in pencil
34cm x 42cm 40-60
157.    Toni Goffe
'Cream' (cat with broken jug)
Lithograph, signed inscribed and numbered 99/495 in pencil with Washington Green blind stamp and certificate, 13cm square 20-30
158.    19th century school
The Matterhorn behind farm buildings
Indistinctly signed and inscribed, watercolour
17cm x 24
And an oil painting of a wood 30-50
159.    After Elizabeth Chalmers
Eight views of Sonning
Etchings, 8cm x 12cm
And various other prints 30-40
160.    Four framed reproduction prints after Edvard Munch, John William Waterhouse, Margaret MacDonald Mackintosh and Gustav Klimt 20-30
161.    Jose Pedrajas
Figures in purple
Oil on canvas, signed and dated '91
115cm x 87cm 200-300
162.    After Thomas Worth
A pair of Aquatints
The Deacon's Move and The Parson's Colt
Published by Currier & Ives 115 Nassau St, New York
32cm x 42cm
And a pair of engravings depicting Huntsmen 35cm x 42cm (4) 60-80
163.    A pair of framed bookplates depicting Majolica bowls (Coupe d'Accouchee), published by Lemercier & Cie, Paris, 37cm x 26cm 30-40
164.    Michael MacDonagh Wood
Five views of Venice
Lithographs, signed titled and numbered in pencil (5) 15-25
165.    Edna Wright
Cartoon of three girls
Pen, signed and dated June 1911
A Louis Wain print and other cartoons 15-20
166.    A.J. Stokes
Italian bay view
Watercolour and white, signed
27cm x 41cm 70-100
167.    Early 20th century
Venetian canal scene
Watercolour, unsigned
22cm x 31cm 40-60
168.    Maude Speed
Sunset over fens
Watercolour, signed
15cm x 22cm 40-60
169.    Frank Beswick
'Willows' & 'Riverside' - a pair
Watercolours, signed and dated 1895, 18cm x 27cm (2) 40-60
170.    After Robert Cruikshank
'Football' & 'Jumping in Sacks'
Hand coloured reproduction engravings 24cm x 36cm
And the Grand Military Steeple Chase at London Canada West, 9th May 1843
Hand coloured reproduction engraving, 37cm x 51cm (3) 20-30
171.    Lovie
Still life of flowers and chairback
Oil on canvas, signed
50cm x 40cm 50-70
172.    Norah Glover (b. 1923)
Italian Castel
Oil on board, unframed, signed and dated '67
53cm x 75cm 30-50
173.    Joseph Wrightson McIntyre
Figures at a coastal shipwreck
Oil on board, signed
28cm x 45cm 120-180
174.    Joseph Horlor (1809-1887)
Figures by a watermill
Oil on canvas laid on board, signed
29.5cm x 24cm oval 80-120
175.    Richard Pratchett Noble (1836-1861)
Rural landscape with church and sheep
Signed and dated 1839
Watercolour, 15cm x 26cm 70-100
175A.   William Frederick 'Clarkson' Stansfield
Continental street scene with Turkish baths
Watercolour with faint signature 9cm x 13cm
And another attributed to the same artist
Figures and horses at lowtide
Watercolour 10cm x 15cm 100-150
176.    Joseph Hughes Clayton (1870 - 1930)
Boats on a shoreline with white cottage, a pair
Watercolour, signed
24cm x 52cm 300-500
177.    Paul Beauvais (b. 1966)
'The Stream'
Oil on board, signed and inscribed verso
25.5cm x 20cm 100-150
178.    Paul Beauvais (b. 1966)
Crouching figure in red and hat
Oil on board, signed
26cm x 21cm 100-150
179.    John Papas (b.1942 - New Zealand)
Portrait of a man with a basket
Pen and watercolour, signed
60cm x 43cm 80-120
180.    John Papas (b. 1942 - New Zealand)
Portrait of a shoe cleaner
Pen and watercolour, signed
60cm x 120cm 80-120
181.    Theodore Howard Somervell (1890-1975)
Mountains rising above a plateau
Watercolour, signed and dated 1933;
25cm x 36cm
May be subject to ARR
Theodore Howard Somervell OBE FRCS was a member of two expeditions to Mount Everest in the 1920's and had a career as a surgeon in India before returning to England in 1961. He was also a prolific artist with works being exhibited at the Royal Geographical Society 300-500
182.    After Basilius Besler
I Rininus Maior; II Muscusclavatus procubens, and I scapuscum bulbo; II Lilium purpureum maus Dodonei
Two hand coloured engravings from Hortus Eystettensis 49cm x 40cm (2) 150-200
183.    Three Middle Eastern brass circular trays, a rectangular tray and various brass vases 30-40
184.    An oak tantalus with three square decanters, 34cm wide 50-70
185.    A brass oil lamp of leaf and cabochon design with yellow glass shade, 61cm high 30-50
186.    A Salters brass clockwork spit Jack, a pair of fire bellows, a log box and two Davy miner's lamps 50-70
187.    A brass warming pan, with pierced lid and turned handle, 107cm long together with a Paisley pattern bed cover with red, green, blue and cream panels, frayed and torn edges, holes, 152cm wide, 156cm long 15-20
188.    An early Victorian rosewood and mother of pearl inlaid sarcophagus form tea caddy 25cm wide 20-30
189.    A George III crossbanded mahogany toilet mirror, the oval plate above three serpentine drawers on bracket feet, 46cm wide, 62cm high 40-60
191.    A set of four twin branch wall lights, with swagged urns and fluted tapering stems 30-40
192.    A cast metal twin handled vase form oil lamp, depicting playing putti 27cm high and an Aladdin no.23 oil lamp (2) 20-30
193.    A variegated marble table lamp in the late 18th century style, of vase form with cylindrical base and gilt metal bands, 36cm high 40-60
194.    A Victorian walnut and Tunbridge ware box, formerly a sewing box, 30cm wide 30-40
195.    A collection of world stamps, mostly postwar, two albums of wine labels and reference books 20-30
196.    A variegated stone and shell table top globe, on a brass stand approx 30cm diameter 60-80
197.    A Black Forest cuckoo clock, brass warming pan, and various African and Far Eastern carved figures 30-40
198.    African bead jewellery, African carvings and various maracas 20-30
199.    A salt glazed figure of a bison, 16cm wide, five hardstone figures of hippos, a pair of carved wood Far Eastern dancing figures and other carvings 30-50
200.    A leather bucket, 28cm high 30-40
201.    A pair of mahogany and satinwood wall brackets, of shaped form, 15cm high 15-20
202.    A four piece Liberty & Co hammered pewter tea service, stamped and numbered 30-40
203.    Two brass oil lamps 20-30
204.    A white marble water tap surround, in the form of a lion mask, 36cm wide, 30cm high 60-80
205.    A set of three brass inkwells, possibly by Adolph Frankau & Co., each of square form with mask and scroll borders and slightly domed lids, unmarked, 10cm square and 15cm square 60-80
206.    A pair of brass inkwells of squat column form with reeded sides and stepped base 11.5cm square 30-40
207.    A German brass ink standish with Royal Artillery button handle, 14cm wide, and an Art Nouveau brass ink standish 24cm wide 50-70
208.    A brass ink standish of square form with cut glass inkwell and pen tray to each side, 15cm high 30-40
209.    A Victorian ebonised and brass ink standish of oval form with hexagonal pressed glass inkwell, 36cm wide 30-50
210.    Four various Victorian brass inkwells, all of square form with foliate designs 60-80
211.    Four various Victorian brass inkwells, a brass stamp box, and other brasswares 40-60
212.    A pair of early 20th century brass chambersticks, with domed weights, stamped with cross sword mark, a table lighter in the form of a street lamp, and three other table lights 40-60
213.    An Edwardian oak three bottle tantalus, with brass mounts and smoker's compartment over a single drawer 36cm wide 100-150
214.    A pair of Victorian Japanese design papier mache folding wall brackets 25cm wide and another floral pair similar (4) 40-60
215.    A pair of copper two handle milk urns, stamped Wellington School, 53cm high 100-150
216.    A copper oval tray, brass plant holder, various white metal and other metalwares 20-30
217.    A faux marble Art Nouveau figure of a lady seated on a rock, after Louis Beataux, with circular mirror 52cm high 30-40
218.    Books: The Gardener's Assistant by Robert Thompson, published by Blackie & Son, with twelve colour plates, half leather bound 20-30
219.    A brass telescope on adjustable tripod stand, 100cm long, 7cm diameter, and a Cobra camera tripod (2) 60-80
220.    A Moore & Wright no.961 0.001 inch micrometer, another 1-2 inch micrometer and 0-1 inch depth gauge, all cased, a monocular microscope, and a pair of military issue binoculars 40-60
221.    A copper kettle, copper bowl, Davy lamp, blowtorch and other metalwares 20-30
222.    A G&C Lines Rocking Horse, with bowed green painted rockers, the dapple grey horse with brass thistle breastplate mark, 104cm high, 182cm long 900-1200
223.    Hornby Series: O gauge electric Metropolitan locomotive, Nord locomotive, LMS 2270, green 2711 tender, rolling stock including LMS snow plough Bing Island platform, buffers and lead accessories 30-50
224.    Marklin: O gauge electric 0-4-0 Steeple cab locomotive V3120 (lacks pantograph) and break van with electric rear lighting, both lack bulbs 60-80
225.    Bassett-Lowke O gauge lithographed tin plate LMS 3rd Class Trailer Coach 6560 Euston in original box 30-50
226.    A 19th century tin and brass magic lantern, parts missing, 47cm long, and two boxes of slides, depicting 'The Cunning Miller's Daughter', India, Egypt, Australia approx. 120, and another box of glass negatives dated 1910-15 80-120
227.    A scratch built model of a vessel in full sail, in a glazed pine case, case 68cm x 65cm x 20cm 30-40
228.    A Victorian malacca parasol, with giltmetal and glass marble handle, labelled Paragon S.Fox & Co Ltd on the sticks, 90cm long 40-60
229.    Books: Various 19th century Gazetteers, Penny Magazine, London Illustrated News, Kelly's Handbook to the Titled, Landed and Official Classes 1889 and other reference books 20-30
230.    Aviation: A Laker Airways peaked cap, and Concorde memorabilia including wallets, coasters, pens, blotters, Wedgwood and Royal Doulton dishes, flight crew diary and a Red Cross Society hat 80-120
231.    A G. Little brass fishing reel 6.5cm diameter (lacks handle), an Ocean City fishing reel, another reel, brass bait boxes, various fishing rods and boxes 60-80
232.    Aviation: Various British Airways memorabilia including 'in flight' accessories, 1980s Flightline cassettes, various British Airways cabin steward uniforms and other memorabilia 80-120
233.    A G.A. Dunn & Co silk top hat, in original case 120-150
234.    Three Victorian carved horn whistles 50-60
235.    A collection of five penknives 50-60
236.    Seven flag pins, including National Air Raid Distress Fund and French Red Cross British Committee 35-45
237.    A dark wood artist's easel (one picture support missing), 172cm high 60-70
238.    A light wood artist's easel, 178cm high 60-70
239.    A Waterfowl ranger staff, the long green wooden staff with silver collar, London 1909, and horn duck's head handle, 146cm long 100-120
240.    Two pairs of ladies shoes by Ivory of Bond Street, with matching bags, two pairs of ladies boots, seven other pairs of ladies shoes. 45-65
241.    A boxed travelling communion set, silver hall mark to the bottle tops 200-250
242.    A mahogany cased Bridge Ohnmeter by The Record Electrical Co, Manchester 10-15
243.    A Pracktica MTL3 SLR camera with 28-80mm Sunagor zoom lens, a Praktica LB SLR camera with Tessar 2.8/50 Zeiss Jena lens, Carl Zeiss Jena S 1:3-5 f=135 lens and other accessories 20-30
244.    A red paisley shawl 70cm x 211cm 30-50
245.    A cap badge, cap and cloth badges for the Grenadier Guards, two cap badges and three buttons for The Royal Engineers and four officer's pips, together with papers relating to Lieutenant D.H. Anderson 20-30
246.    An I.B.M. golfball type electric typewriter 10-15
247.    Two brass alloy bells, 25cm high and 9cm high 30-40
248.    A Wading stick with horn handle 143cm high, a salmon net and a salmon gaff 30-40
249.    A pair of twin branch brass wall lights, various copper vessels and brassware (one tray) 20-30
250.    A seaworn conch shell and a piece of quartz 13.5cm high 10-15
251.    A Whicker laundry basket, painted II Windlesham 77cm wide 20-30
252.    A red leather overnight suitcase stamped Mappin & Webb, with embossed initials and canvas cover, 45cm wide, a leather and canvas suitcase with Cunard White Star labels, two other suitcases and a trunk (5) 40-60
253.    An Olympus OM10 SLR camera, with 50mm 1:1.8 lens, a Vivitar Series 1 70-210mm 1:3.5 auto zoom lens, a Tamron 35-70mm 1:3.5 zoom lens and an adjustable flash gun 30-50
254.    A set of Royal Ascot 1949 playing cards, sealed with De la Rue paper duty wrap, in presentation box, another pack of cards and a Canasta 'Shuffler' by Atlantic 15-25
255.    A Third Reich cloth eagle badge and a set of stamps 40-60
256.    A Third Reich National - Sozialistische D.A.P. enamel badge 30-40
257.    A World War I German Honour Legion medal for Fatherland Iron Cross, and a Hindenburg Cross of Honour 40-60
258.    A taxidermy pheasant, perched in branch, 65cm high, lacks glass case 150-200
259.    A 19th century brass percussion cap pistol, with octagonal barrel and engraved decoration, hinged compartment to the grip, barrel 7cm, total length 18cm 30-40
260.    Books: Various History of Art books, European History, Yorkshire, etc 30-40
261.    An Olympus OM10 SLR camera, with Sigma 28-70mm zoom lens, an Olympus 75-150 zoom lens, 1:4, an Olympus 50mm lens, a Yashica Minister camera, a Zeiss Colora camera, a slide projector and other accessories 40-60
262.    A Louis Vuitton leather and brass bound 'Bisten' suitcase, numbered 158608 on lock, the interior with tray and label numbered 928612, some rubbing from use 66cm x 44cm x 22cm 500-700
263.    Schuco Old Tymer series clockwork 1227 Ford with key and Triang-Minic M702 Queen Elizabeth 20-25
264.    Various loose cigarette cards, mostly Wills, Players and B.D.V. some bound in albums, other ephemera and postcards and sewing equipment 30-50
265.    An AEG Berlin Mignon typewriter, and an Underwood green metal typewriter (2) 30-40
266.    A long mink fur coat and another coat 15-20
267.    A collection of four cigarette lighters, to include Dunhill, St Dupont, Cartier, etc 100-150
268.    A silver pen and another 20-25
269.    A Wedgwood clock, a note pad and ball point pen 10-15
270.    A Huntley and Palmers black and white minstrels biscuit tin, 23cm square, and a George VI coronation tin (2) 20-30
271.    An African hardwood knobkerrie with wire thread collars, 67.5cm high 50-70
272.    An Edison Amberola I case, fitted with a Diamond Disc movement, and a variety of discs 120-180
273.    A Rowney drawing box containing surgical clamps, tweezers, measured pipettes and test tubes 20-30
274.    A Chad Valley tin plate Nursery Rhyme spinning top, another similar, kaleidoscopes, various board games and toy guns 30-40
275.    Thirty Seven painted pewter cavalry figures at charge, Chas C. Stedden printed marks to the bases, with five cannonball scenery stands and a 'The Light Brigade' table top label 250-350
276.    An embroidered silk pouch inscribed 'Greetings from India 3rd King's Own Hussars' 23cm high.
Presumed to have been returned by regiment member Fred Bryant (1905 - 1986). The 3rd King's Own Hussars had an uneventful tour in Lucknow, India from 1927 to 1932. 20-30
277.    A three drawer brass and mahogany telescope 74cm long extended, 5cm diameter 50-70
278.    A Victorian linen night dress, with embroidered collar and cuffs 20-30
279.    A pair of Bruce Oldfield tortoiseshell style sunglasses, and a simlar black pair by Luca Rossa, both cased 30-40
280.    A Bang & Olufsen Beocentre 4600 20-30
281.    A Triang 'Puff Puff' model train 45cm long 20-30
282.    Two fishing rods 15-20
283.    A Maxitone picnic gramophone, with Meltrope III sound box, and various gramophones 20-30
284.    A set of Salter's postal parcel balances and another set of postal scales (2) 30-50
285.    Various Victorian and later textile place mats and other linen 20-30
286.    Two glass horse racing trophies dated 2006 and 1997, and various other glassware 20-30
287.    A part Denby ware Arabesque pattern breakfast service 20-30
288.    Various blue and white teawares, plates, jardiniere and ginger jar (two trays) 20-30
289.    An Edwardian meat plate, various teawares, stonewares and other ceramics 30-40
290.    Three carved hardstone hippo figures, a pair of sheep sheers, an oil lamp and other ornaments 30-50
291.    Various cameras and accessories, including Edinex I, Minolta Dynax 7000 with 35-105 AF lens, Prakita LTL3 and Minolta A5 30-50
292.    A collection of Victorian and later Carte de Viste and larger photographs, two Metropolitan Police helmet badges, a Meerschaum pipe, a Waco novelty lighter in the form of a TV, and a collection of matchbooks 30-40
293.    Various RAF buttons, sewing collectables, six silver spoons and a thimble, and a collection of beer mats (two trays) 30-40
294.    A large collection of crested china (four trays) 40-60
295.    Various Chokin ware vases and covers and other ornaments together with a Poole Pottery teal colour part dinner and coffee service and other Poole wares 10-15
296.    Forty-Two boxes Models of Yesteryear models including three piece gift set and brochures from the 1970s and 80s 40-60
297.    Forty-four boxed Models of Yesteryear models and two others (46) 40-60
298.    Six albums of phone cards, mostly Star Wars, and Star Trek 20-30
299.    Various Royal Worcester ramekins, a Portuguese floral jardiniere and other ceramics 20-30
300.    A Staffordshire Cottage form money box, a set of six green glass tumblers and other ceramics 20-30
301.    A pair of green glass floats, glass animal paperweights, glassware and collectables 20-30
301A.   A Whitefriars blue glass boat shape dish, designed by Geoffrey Baxter 41cm wide 40-60
302.    Various carved horn animal figures, porcupine needles, etc 10-15
303.    A Bell China red and gilt tea service, Rosenthal teawares and other ceramics 20-30
304.    Cut glass bowls, cake stands, decanter and other glassware (three trays) 30-40
305.    A blue Gillette Blade Dispenser, various safety razors and accessories 50-70
306.    A small collection of stamps, mostly European and French Colonial 30-40
307.    A Finnish Iittala glass vase designed by Tapio Wirkkala, initialled T.W., 16cm high (slight chip), a set of eight Iittala shot glasses, a set of six Gaissa tumblers, three Royal Copenhagen calendar plates, and another similar plate, various other glassware 50-70
308.    Various boy's annuals from the 1960's including The Man From U.N.C.L.E., TV Century 21 Annual and Rupert Bear 20-30
309.    An Edwardian tea service, marked M&S with crown, a Wedgwood jasperware jug and two dishes and a Crescent Ivory dinner service with powder blue and gilt border 30-40
310.    A 17th century style slipware cup with leopard form handles 13cm high, various other slipwares, teawares and glassware (two trays) 60-80
311.    A set of eight green glaze Art Nouveau tiles, two Edwardian blue and yellow painted glazed panels, an ebony dressing table set, a Victorian print and a shell 20-30
312.    Four Staffordshire cottage form pastille burners, a Staffordshire style castle pastille burner, two David Winter model cottages and a glass perfume bottle 30-40
313.    Various cut glassware, including drinking glasses and bowls 10-15
314.    A Royal Doulton Burgundy pattern dinner service, with six place settings, sauce jug and two tureens 40-60
315.    A Minton satinwood pattern tea service with six place settings, milk jug and teapot 20-30
316.    Eighteen various German and Austrian steins, some with lids 30-40
317.    A pair of Staffordshire black glaze seated dogs, with gilt highlights, 35cm high 10-15
318.    A stoneware flagon, for Phillips & Sons Ltd. Brewers & Wine Merchants, Newport, No. 4801, and another similar, 49cm high 20-30
319.    A Royal Doulton Berkshire pattern part dinner service, with twin handle bowls, three tureens and covers, oval serving plate and sauce boat 40-60
320.    F&H Astor Border dinnerwares, in blue and white stylised floral decoration 20-30
321.    A Poole Pottery Aegean pattern brown glaze platter, 40cm, two Susie Cooper tureens and covers, two Poole Pottery shells and other 20th century ceramics 40-60
322.    An Edwardian S. Radford China tea service with brown transfer printed decoration, fence and vase pattern 15-20
323.    A Denby green leaf glazed single handle vase, 30cm high, another Denby vase and five others (7) 20-30
324.    A Wedgwood part tea service with blue and gilt floral borders, seven cups and saucers, twelve side plates, and various Indian tree breakfast wares 30-50
325.    Royal Albert Old Country Roses: Various ornaments in associated boxes, a bread plate and wall clock, a Gainsborough tea service and a Val D'or tea service 30-40
326.    Various blush ivory ceramics, including Crown Ducal ware, Crown Devon Feildings, etc 30-50
327.    A Royal Albert Old Country Roses pattern part tea and dinner service 40-60
328.    Three Royal Doulton character jugs, John Peel (A), Long John Silver (D6325), Mine Host (D6468) 17cm high 30-50
329.    Eleven small Royal Doulton character jugs, including Merlin D6543, Gunsmith D6580, Tam O' Shanter D6636 50-70
330.    A Ridgeway Homemaker pattern part breakfast service, including coffee cans and coffee pot and a Crown Devon jam pot 30-50
331.    Various local studio pottery vases, cups and dishes, Susan Day of Taplow and others 15-20
332.    Three glass decanters and a silver plated tray 10-15
333.    A Lladro figure of a girl with two cats no.5743 20.5cm high, a Nao figure of a girl playing the violin, a Natwest piggy bank, a Coalport RNLI mug , a miniature cup and saucer 20-30
334.    A Capodimonte figure of a Pied woodpecker on a branch 20cm high and three Rosenthal figures of roe deer, one impressed Prof.T. Karner 1126 on the base (4) 50-70
335.    Five Bohemian red glass drinking glasses, other drinking glasses and bowls 20-30
336.    A set of four black and opaque airtwist wine glasses, 20th century, 19cm high 30-40
337.    Royal Doulton Images of Nature figure group of doves - 'Always & Forever' HN3550, and three Casades figures of clowns (4) 15-20
338.    H. Santini, an Italian ceramic figure of a 1920's lady with long scarf 41cm high 20-30
339.    A Beswick figure of a St Bernard dog, 13.5cm high 15-20
340.    A Caithness apple form paperweight 9cm high and six other paperweights 15-20
341.    A pair of Poole pottery candle holders, ashtray, rectangular posy holder and pictorial plate of the four masted 'France', all marked Poole 15-20
342.    A Shelley part tea service, with blue orchid pattern, for five place settings, and bread plate 20-30
343.    Two Royal Doulton figures: Past Glory HN2484 19cm high; A Good Catch HN2258 19cm high (2) 50-60
344.    A Royal Doulton blue glaze vase with ribbon handle, impressed mark 14333 WO, 30cm high 30-50
345.    Royal Crown Derby Paperweights: Moonlight Badger (Collector's Guild exclusive), Llama (signed Collector's Club exclusive) Nanny Goat (exclusive availability from Visitors Centre), Striped Dolphin and Old Imari Polar Bear, all with gold stoppers and boxes (5) 120-180
346.    Royal Crown Derby Paperweights: Millennium Dove (signed), Turtle Dove, Blue Jay, Pheasant and Quail, all with gold stoppers and boxes (5) 100-150
347.    Royal Crown Derby Paperweights: Partridge (limited edition no.3968), Cockerel, Bluebird, Chicken and Nesting Bullfinch, with gold stoppers and boxes (5) 80-120
348.    Royal Crown Derby Paperweights: 'Lavendar' (Govier's limited edition, signed), Siamese Kitten, Catnip Kitten, Playful Ginger Kitten and five other kitten paperweights, all with gold stoppers and boxes (9) 80-120
349.    Royal Crown Derby Paperweights: Kangaroo (Australia collection 1999), Otter and Koala and Joey, all with gold stopper and boxes (3) 100-150
350.    A Royal Crown Derby paperweight of a Black Swan with gold stopper and box, limited edition no.1,223 60-80
350A.   A Poole pottery Delphis ranger charger, monogrammed on the base, 35cm diameter 60-80
351.    A New Hall bat printed and lustre teapot 16cm high, and a similar sauceboat, a matched set of six lustre and bat printed tea cups and saucers, five other New Hall tea cups and six saucers, and a Worcester pot pourri vase (damaged) 50-70
352.    A Clarice Cliff jug, with floral moulded handle and green internal rim, embossed mark and No.895, printed Newport pottery mark, 22.5cm high and a Coalport Countryware cabbage leaf moulded coffee pot, 20cm high 30-50
353.    A Keith Murray for Wedgwood white 'Football' vase, printed KM Wedgwood of Etruria and Barlaston mark, 23cm high and a Bourne Denby green vase with single handle 70-100
354.    A large blue and white jardiniere, with all over decoration of flowers and exotic birds, repaired, 62cm diameter, 37cm high 120-180
355.    A large charger, possibly Portuguese, depicting an owl caught in a snare, 54cm diameter 120-180
356.    A Poole Pottery 'Festival of the Sea' charger depicting sails with inscribed border', the base inscribed, 'England Expects' designed by Nicky Massarella, No. 77 of 200 decorators mark 'B' 40cm diameter, in original box with display stand 150-200
357.    A Rosenthal Studio Line figure group of a couple 'Spring Song', the man kneeling playing a recorder, designed by Raymond Peynet, 20cm high 50-70
358.    A Moorcroft 'Minvete' baluster vase, 2004, monogrammed T.B, with box, 16cm high 150-200
359.    Royal Doulton Bunnykins Figures: Father Bunnykins, Seaside Bunnykins 1998 (both with certificates); Fisherman; Father, Mother and Victoria Bunnykins; Be Prepared; Bedtime Bunnykins; Fortune Teller; Storytime, all with original boxes (8) 60-80
360.    A Beswick Ware Annual Collectors Tableau 1999 - Mittens, Tom Kitten and Moppet, with stand and box, and three Royal Albert Beatrix Potter figures: Mr McGregor, Peter and the Red Pocket Handkerchief, Peter and the Postbag, all with boxes 70-100
361.    A Chinese blue and white and soapstone seal set, another seal, a modern Chinese bowl, vase and carved figure 20-30
362.    A late 19th century Shibayama carving inset with various beatles
363.    A pair of Chinese jardinieres, depicting dragons, with turquoise glaze interiors 52cm diameter, 51cm high (2) 200-300
364.    A set of three Chinese blue and white dishes, depicting figures in a garden, in arched floral borders, one restored, the others with slight chips, unmarked, 22cm diameter 40-60
365.    A pair of blue glaze Chinese dogs 17cm high, and two pairs of green glaze seated dogs 25cm and 10cm high 40-60
366.    A pair of famille verte vases, depicting battle scenes, with applied figures, impressed four figure marks, 46cm high 70-100
367.    A silver plated kettle and burner on four pad feet 20-30
368.    A cast silver plated stamp box 30-40
369.    A silver plated wine bottle holder 15-20
370.    A silver plated coffee pot 30-40
371.    A collection of silver plated forks and spoons 20-30
372.    A collection of silver plate 20-25
374.    A plated gallery tray, two plated coasters, a cruet set, etc 30-40
375.    Two plated candelabra, a sauce boat, preserve jar, etc 25-35
376.    A plated water jug, a plated toast rack, etc 30-40
377.    A collection of pewter and silver plate 10-15
378.    A three piece plated tea set 15-20
379.    A cased set of cutlery, an egg cup, etc 20-25
380.    A W.M.F. boxed cutlery set 25-35
381.    A boxed canteen of cutlery 35-40
382.    A plated muffin dish, a plated wine bottle holder, etc 20-25
383.    A large collection of plated cutlery 15-20
384.    A plated swing handle basket 10-20
385.    An oval silver pin tray 25-35
386.    A George III silver pepperette London 1809 40-60
387.    A candle holder in the form of an oil lamp, Chester 1877, as found 50-70
388.    A pair of silver napkin rings 15-20
389.    A five piece ladies silver brush and mirror set 40-50
390.    An oval silver salt with blue liner and a small square silver photo frame 20-23
391.    A Victorian silver mug with chased decoration 80-100
392.    A small collection of silver spoons and a napkin ring 50-60
393.    Six Georgian silver teaspoons 40-60
394.    Six silver tea spoons 30-40
395.    A small collection of mixed silver cutlery 80-100
396.    A small selection of silver items to include egg cup, small silver compact, silver decanter labels, etc 50-60
397.    A cased set of silver cake forks 20-30
398.    Four miscellaneous silver napkin rings 20-30
399.    A small silver pin tray and two white metal items 30-40
400.    A silver ring box on four feet with engine turned decoration 80-120
400A.   Silver drum mustard complete with liner, London 1822, marks rubbed 40-50
401.    A silver photo frame 24cm x 18cm 20-30
401A.   A Victorian silver sweet meat dish on single foot, decorated flowers to edge, London 1865 30-40
402.    A silver topped jar, an overlayed scent bottle and a pair of sugar tongs 20-25
402A.   A miscellaneous collection of silver to include a child's silver and mother of pearl knife and fork, etc 40-50
403.    A small collection of silver items, to include a serving spoon, etc 35-45
403A.   Two silver small bowls and a pepper (3) 30-40
404.    A silver sugar dredger, Sheffield 1930 50-60
405.    A Middle Eastern oval tray marked silver 80-100
406.    A pair of cased silver napkin rings 60-70
407.    A silver sugar caster, as found 30-40
408.    Two silver peppers, a salt and a silver wine label 15-20
409.    A silver cigarette box made in Thailand. The lid highly decorated in relief 60-80
410.    A silver sauce boat, two silver napkin rings and a small candlestick 45-55
411.    A silver trinket box with engine turned decoration to lid, a small silver candlestick, a pair of silver napkin rings, a silver sauce boat 70-100
412.    A Victorian silver fish knife and fork in original presentation case
(lotted twice) 40-60
413.    A silver handle Bodkin, as found, and a silver book mark 15-20
414.    A pair of Victorian silver fish servers with ivory handles, Sheffield 1883 in presentation case (broken) 80-100
415.    A set of six large silver tea spoons 50-70
416.    A three piece cruet, with associated Mexican silver pepper, together with a cased set of six tea knives 30-50
417.    A set of four silver and green enamel ladies brushes 60-80
418.    A Victorian silver child's christening mug with engraving to front within a cartouche, London 1868 40-50
419.    A pair of silver pen holders (one as found) Sheffield 1896 30-40
420.    Six cake knives with silver blades and mother of pearl handles and six cased silver coffee spoons 30-40
421.    A silver porringer (small dent) Edinburgh 1906 50-60
422.    Two pickle forks, a button hook and a shoe horn 15-20
423.    Two glass perfume bottles with silver collars 35-45
425.    Four glass and silver lidded vanity jars, the lids decorated in high relief 50-60
426.    A collection of white metal decanter labels 20-30
427.    Two silver plated coasters together with a silver coaster 40-60
428.    A silver card case with signed miniature painting of illegitimate daughter of Warren Hastings, 1899 275-300
429.    A three piece Liberty pewter coffee set with tray, stamped Liberty & Co. (4) 170-200
430.    A silver tea pot with fluted decoration standing on four ball feet, London 1897 250-300
431.    Three silver cigarette cases 120-150
432.    A pair of heavy silver sauce boats 150-200
433.    A pair of silver candlesticks, 15cm high 80-120
434.    A silver coffee pot by Tiffany & Co. 200-300
435.    A pair of silver candlesticks, 17cm high, in coronation style, London 1891 150-180
436.    A collection of approximately ninety uncirculated One Pound Sterling (1) Notes, some sequential 180-200
437.    An old head Victorian 1899 half sovereign 100-120
438.    A large collection of mixed coins 70-100
439.    A small collection of Roman coins 50-70
440.    A large collection of British copper coins, together with a collection of commemorative coins 100-150
441.    A collection of boxed commemorative coins (one tray) 100-200
442.    A collection of boxed commemorative coins (one tray) 100-200
443.    A 1980 proof gold sovereign, boxed with papers 230-260
444.    A 1980 proof gold sovereign, boxed with papers 230-260
445.    A 1980 proof gold half sovereign, boxed with papers 120-140
446.    A 1980 proof gold half sovereign, boxed with papers 120-140
447.    An Isle of Man 1979 gold proof half sovereign 120-140
448.    A United States gold one dollar and silver colour one tallar, both 1853 150-180
449.    A boxed Crown, another Crown, a cased bronze medal to 'Harold Siddall P.C. 18th January 1916' Isle of Man 5 coins 20-25
450.    A boxed Michael Kors wristwatch 40-50
451.    A three row tigers eye bracelet with silver plaques, and matching ring 20-30
452.    A jet pin with carved Masonic symbol 20-25
453.    A 9 carat gold signet ring with black stone 40-45
454.    A small bag of collectables 40-50
455.    A necklace set with round turquoise and matching 15 carat gold pendant and neck chain 100-120
456.    A porcelain plaque of a young girl set in a gold colour frame 60-80
457.    A St John's Ambulance silver necklace 1930's 50-60
458.    A 22 carat gold wedding ring 60-70
459.    A 9 carat gold insect brooch, a gold intaglio pendant and chain 50-60
460.    A gold ring set with three small diamonds, together with a 9 carat gold ring set with a paste stone 80-120
461.    A 22 carat gold wedding ring and another gold colour wedding ring 100-120
462.    A Victorian gold colour metal locket back pendant set with an emerald and two pearls 80-140
463.    A gold colour metal bracelet (possibly made from a watch Albert) 80-120
464.    A string of cultured pearls on 9 carat gold clasp 60-80
465.    A small bag of costume jewellery, to include a 9 carat gold gents automatic wrist watch 60-80
466.    A bag of costume jewellery and a ladies silver hand mirror 20-25
467.    A jade Buddha, various agate pendants, earrings, etc 60-80
468.    A white metal plaque bracelet, an amethyst bracelet, a rough amethyst bracelet, etc 100-120
469.    A gold colour sprung loaded bangle (with dent) 100-120
470.    A 9 carat gold fine neck chain and a gold colour bracelet and gold earrings 40-60
471.    A 9 carat gold gate bracelet 80-120
472.    A 9 carat gold bracelet with blue stone decoration (possibly sapphires) 80-90
473.    A large bag of costume jewellery 30-40
474.    A large bag of costume jewellery and a lot of beads 30-40
475.    A jewellery box of necklaces, etc 30-40
476.    A pair of diamond and peridot earrings 60-80
477.    A pair of fresh water pearls, earrings, etc 40-45
478.    A small 15 carat gold locket with the head of a young girl in relief, the locket set with turquoise and seed pearls 40-60
479.    A ladies wristwatch by Longines 100-120
480.    An 18 carat gold tie tack and a set of 9 carat gold oval cufflinks 70-100
481.    A large bag of costume jewellery 35-45
482.    Five silver mounted stone set pendants 60-70
483.    An opera length pearl necklace set with crystal, black onyx, etc 80-120
484.    A pair of cross over rings set with round and baguette diamonds marked 925 silver 380-400
486.    A sapphire and diamond cluster ring set in 18 carat gold 200-300
487.    A 9 carat gold bangle, set with centre amethyst and seed pearls 180-200
488.    A diamond solitaire ring set in 18 carat gold 700-800
489.    A Victorian bracelet with eleven small lava cameos set in gold colour metal 120-150
490.    A silver gilt pill box on 14 carat gold chain 120-140
491.    A 9 carat rose gold bracelet (needs bolt ring) and a child's 9 carat bracelet 180-200
492.    A gold colour metal long guard 30-40
493.    An opal and ruby ring set in 18 carat gold 100-120
494.    A seven stone diamond and gem set ring, in 9 carat gold 100-150
495.    A pair of diamond set heart earrings 120-180
496.    An 18 carat gold ring set with four princess cut diamonds in a square 300-350
497.    A platinum ring set with a bagette diamond 280-320