Antiques & Collectors Items Sale on Wednesday 17th Augsut 2011
Jewellery, Watches, Coins & Items of Vertu Sale on Thursday 18th August 2011


1.      A MERCEDES BENZ 380L (1983) Registration number A901 ABL, gold metallic, 57,000 miles, sold with a 12 month M O T (not taxed), regularly serviced (not always serviced by a Mercedes garage), V5 present.£5000-7000
2.      NO LOT.
3.      A HUNTLEY AND PALMERS BISCUIT TIN shaped and decorated in the form of a windmill, with domed and hinged top, manufacturers stamp to base. 23cm(h) £60-100
4.      A SILVER PLATE MOUNTED HORSE HOOF TABLE SNUFF BOX having a circular hinged top with finial handle, the shaped and textured mount applied to the hoof with screws, the hoof crudely mounted to a horse shoe base. 13.5cm(h) x 11cm(w) x 14cm(d)£80-120
5.      A 19TH CENTURY CRANBERRY GLASS OIL LAMP having a cranberry tinted glass shade with flared angular ruffled rim and moulded body, adjustable brass burner and cranberry reservoir with applied glass basal decoration, raised on a short brass domed stem and turned circular black ceramic base. 49cm(h)£80-120
6.      SMALL SELECTION OF AUSTRALIAN AND SOUTH AFRICAN STAMPS. Includes Australian 1927 Three Halfpence Mint unmounted, others on paper.£20-30
7.      A 1840 PENNY BLACK STAMP a-g with two margins and red Maltese cross cancel, held within a faux leather 'The Westminster Collection' folder with certificate of authenticity and information. £50-80
8.      A VICTORIAN GILT FRAMED OVER MANTEL MIRROR of arched rectangular form, the central crest within scrolled ornamentation, the arched mirror plate within a bead and foliate moulded frame with brackets at the base. 127cm(h) x 94cm(w)£200-300
9.      Local Interest:-
TWO WHITE METAL 'PENRITH BEACON BROTHERHOOD' CHRYSANTHEMUM SOCIETY SHIELD TROPHIES, the first of shield form embossed with foliate scrolls and chrysanthemums and entitled the Drapers Shield, engraved with two winners names Thomas Nanson 1912 and J Harrison 1913, mounted on an oak plinth within a glazed case 63cm(h) x 54cm(w), the second embossed with flowers and shields with central cartouche engraved 'Presented by F Armstrong Esq chairman of the Penrith Urban District Council for the cottager who obtains most points for chrysanthemums, sweet peas and vegetables', mounted on an oak plinth. 60cm(h) x 43cm(w); sold along with a newspaper cutting explaining the re-discovery of the shield and a brief history.
*** The Penrith Beacon Brotherhood was a local religious society, known as the 'Pleasant Sunday Afternoons' because of their weekly meetings in the Alhambra Cinema for hymn singing and prayer, their Chrysanthemum show committee led the towns 'Dig for victory' campaign in the first world war. £100-200
10.     A PAIR OF LATE 19TH CENTURY CARVED MAHOGANY WALL BRACKETS having a raised back carved and pierced as an eagle among foliage, the rectangular platform with canted front corners. 22cm(h) x 20cm(w)£80-120
11.     A PAIR OF VICTORIAN MAHOGANY WALL BRACKETS having a rectangular top with shaped and bowed front, the scrolled fluted support substantially foliate carved. 24cm(h) x 38cm(w) x 20cm(d)£100-150
12.     A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY BRASS 'PRICKET' CANDLESTICKS having slender tapering spikes over the dished circular drip-trays, the turned columns with knops and foliate collars, raised on stepped moulded triangular bases with three ball feet. 35.5cm(h)£200-300
13.     A VICTORIAN LEATHER CASED SET OF GILT METAL SCALES, the oblong double hinged red leather bound case with retailers mark 'A W Dear & Co Hyde Park Corner London', the lid opens to reveal the slide-out gilt metal scales with extending target tray and rectangular weight tray pivoted on shaped supports, on a leather bound oblong platform, sold with two ½ oz weights, a 1oz and 2oz weight concealed by the platform. 5.5cm(h) x 14cm(L) x 5.5cm(d)£40-60
14.     A PAIR OF EARLY 20TH CENTURY JAPANNED BOOKENDS produced and decorated by disabled soldiers and sailors at the Lord Roberts Memorial Workshop showrooms 122 Brompton Road, London SW3, of arched rectangular form decorated with oriental figures and foliage in gilt against a red ground, raised on moulded plinth bases, labels to reverse. 14cm(h) x 13cm(w) x 7.5cm(d) £40-60
15.     AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY OSTRICH FEATHER FAN having multiple pivoted faux blonde tortoiseshell sticks, one with applied yellow metal coronet holding the feathers in position. 42cm(L)£60-100
16.     A 19TH CENTURY IVORY AND TORTOISESHELL HAND PAINTED FAN, gouache on paper, the concertina leaf finely painted with classical figures in a lush landscape, all enclosed by a gilt scrolling border, the leaf suspended by multiple shaped ivory sticks, the two end guard sticks decorated with figural and foliate carved ivory over tortoiseshell and mother-of-pearl sections. 27cm£200-300
17.     AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY FAUX BLONDE TORTOISESHELL AND BLACK LACE FAN, the black lace with fine scrolling foliate designs, held in place by multiple pivoted sticks. 35cm(L)£50-80
18.     AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY OSTRICH FEATHER FAN having multiple pivoted faux blonde tortoiseshell sticks holding the feathers in position. 48cm(L)£60-100
19.     AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY STRAW WORK CASE of rounded rectangular form with pull-off cover, the whole decorated with intricate woven geometric bands 11cm(L) x 6cm(w)£20-40
20.     A PAIR OF LATE VICTORIAN 'JAPANNED' IVORY OPERA GLASSES by Walter Thornhill & Co, Opticians, 144 New Bond Street London, of typical form, ivory and white metal, the barrels finely inlaid and painted in gilt with birds and insects among blossoms and foliage, the eye pieces engraved with maker's details, held within a fitted leather case. 6cm(h) x 10cm(w) £150-250
21.     A 19TH CENTURY STEEL FENDER of typical form with rolled rim, rounded corners and pierced stylised star decoration, the upper and lower rims united by uprights to each side. 16cm(L) £80-120
22.     A 19TH CENTURY STEEL FENDER of serpentine form with pierced grills outside a central tablet, all with beaded borders. 124.5cm(L)£80-120
23.     A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY BRASS AND WROUGHT-IRON ANDIRONS each having a compressed and fluted spherical terminal with shaped finial incised with masks, the wrought-iron support with two protruding rests, raised on shaped feet. 43cm(h)£80-120
24.     A PAIR OF EARLY 20TH CENTURY OAK BELLOWS of stylised tulip form with slender shaped handles, one pierced for hanging, the body having a carved and painted coat of arms, finishing with a turned bass nozzle, the reverse carved CJC 1921 XXXV. 86cm(L) x 30cm(w)£60-100
25.     PERRY AND CO., BRISTOL AND CARDIFF
A GOVERNESS CAR to suit 12 to 14hh, the stained wood with gilt highlighting and spindles, original cloth and leather cushions, 114cm (45in) wheels each with 16 spokes, rubber tyres and splash boards, late 19th Century.£200-300
26.     SLOAN, DUMFRIES
A VICTORIAN LIVERPOOL GIG to suit 12 to 14hh, the black livery highlighted with gilt and red, the seat with splash board, has a "kennel" opening to the front and a drop down lid at the rear, 96.5cm (38in) diameter wheels with 12 spokes, on rubber tyres.
*** David Sloan was born in 1813 and died in 1885.£200-300
27.     A TWO WHEEL PONY TRAP to suit 13 to 14hh, having a black and yellow livery, the carriage with splash boards, on three springs and 107cm (42in) wheels with rubber tyres and 14 spokes, replacement ash shafts, late 19th Century.£200-300
28.     A JOSEPH LUCAS BRASS 'KING OF THE ROAD' CAR BACKLIGHT early 20th century, having a loop handle over the hinged circular glass aperture and red tinted side aperture, the reverse with applied copper manufacturer's plaque. 26cm(h); sold together with a pair of brass carriage lamps with square bevelled glass panels, hinged reverse and mounting point. 28cm(h)£60-100
29.     A PAIR OF GEORGE III BRASS CANDLESTICKS having lobed circular sconces over the turned sockets and knopped stems, raised on domed and shaped bases with remains of ejectors to the underside. 19.5cm(h)£180-220
30.     A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY GILT-BRONZE FURNITURE FEET both cast as a Bacchus bust with grape and vine adornment, raised on hoof supports, the top and reverse with various fixing apertures. 25cm(h)£200-300
31.     A PAIR OF VICTORIAN BRASS AND MOTHER-OF-PEARL OPERA GLASSES of typical form with marine, theatre and field settings, the adjuster to the side marked S.L, the gilt brass body with mother-of-pearl mounts. 8cm(h) x 11.5cm(w)£60-100
32.     A WHITE METAL MOUNTED HORN BEAKER of tapering form, having a white metal rim with reeded detail and shield form cartouché engraved with ownership initials JMcC, the base impressed ' Metcalfe, Maker, Gt Mary Bone St'. 11cm(h)£60-80
33.     A VICTORIAN IVORY DESK COMPASS AND THERMOMETER, the circular top with inset paper dialled compass under glass within a beaded border, the fluted column with engraved scale and mounted mercury filled thermometer, on a carved and turned base, raised on a turned reeded edge circular platform with three turned feet. 14cm(h)£200-250
34.     A 20TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL PAINTED BRASS DESK BELL RINGER formed as two playful children with their arms held high, on an inverted dome base with central button ringer 8cm(h)£100-150
35.     A 19TH CENTURY IVORY AND MAHOGANY MONOCULAR of turned single draw cylindrical form, with lower part of the original case. 6.5cm(h)£100-150
36.     A SHIP OR BOATS NAME BOARD, the oblong wooden plinth lobed at the ends, centred by a gilt painted name 'Ogano' between applied brass and glass port holes. 185cm(L)£80-120
37.     AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY IRON CHIMNEY CRANE having a suspension loop surmount over the serrated ratchet action with scrolled handle and base hooks. 98cm(h)£200-300
38.     A 19TH CENTURY STEEL FOOTMAN TRIVET, the rectangular platform top with central aperture, bowed front and pierced apron, raised on slender cabriole type front supports. 34cm(h) x 40.5cm(w) x 32.5cm(d); sold together with a 19th century steel trivet, having a rectangular platform with three pierced rails, raised on simple tapering supports linked by stretchers. 28.5cm(h) x 41.5cm(w) x 28.5cm(d) (2)£80-120
39.     A VICTORIAN GILT METAL AND IVORY CONDUCTORS BATON of tapering cylindrical form having a foliate scroll embossed capital with shield form cartouché engraved with a stylised monogram, the mid-mount having an engraved presentation inscription reading 'Presented with music stand by members of the band & chorus taking part in the performance of The Messiah at Lowestoft 25th Apl 1873', the base mount with conforming scroll decoration. 54cm(L) all held within a fitted leather bound case with oval white metal cartouché engraved 'Mr F A Mann 30th July 1873'. £150-250
40.     A VICTORIAN BRASS MOUNTED COROMANDEL BOOK SLIDE of typical form, the hinged and arched ends having pierced handles with shaped and engraved brass mounts centred by moulded Egyptian heads. 32cm(L)£30-60
41.     A HORROCKS, CREWSON & COMPANY LTD ADVERTISING DISPLAY, the stained pine glazed case holding a variety of material, threads and raw cotton, showing the manufacturing processes, all mounted with information cards. 59cm(h) x 48cm(w)£60-100
42.     A 19TH CENTURY MOTHER-OF-PEARL FAN having shaped, pierced and engraved guards flanking pierced and hand decorated sticks, all supporting a concertina paper leaf with printed and hand coloured figural vignette between gilt foliate scrolls, all housed within a glazed gilt case with bead and rope-twist moulding's 36cm(h) x 60cm(w)£100-150
43.     A BRITISH RAILWAY (MIDLANDS) LANTERN of rectangular form with raised vent and carrying handle over the sloping top and glazed body, vacant interior 66cm(h) x 37cm(w) x 26cm(d)£60-100
44.     AN 18TH CENTURY FLAX RETTING DEVICE, the dished plank seat issuing a wooden pivoted bladed section with weighted and pegged handle, raised on rustic spindle legs. 54.5cm(h) x 94cm(w) x 80cm(d)£60-100
45.     A CARVED NORTH AMERICAN PADDLE, the pointed elliptical blade carved with a frontier scene of two figures in a kayak, the handle rustically formed. 121cm(L)£600-800
46.     AN 19TH CENTURY IVORY PAGE TURNER of rounded oblong form, the shaped handle carved with stylised foliate motifs, the blade carved with scrolling foliage. 30cm(L)£20-40
47.     A COLLECTION OF HORSE TACKLE comprising two leather horse collars and various brass mounted leather straps, all contained in a tin trunk. (qty) £60-100
48.     A CANTONESE CARVED HARDWOOD FAN, the shaped guards and sticks heavily carved with figures, buildings and trees, the concertina paper leaf painted with conforming imagery and landscape vignettes all enclosed by a foliate border, 29cm(L); sold along with a continental carved wood box of hinged oblong form, the cover carved with flowers and title 'Staubbach', the body with flutes. 4cm(h) x 24cm(L) x 6.5cm(d)£30-50
49.     A 19TH CENTURY WALNUT SPECIMEN CHEST CONTAINING AN EDWARDIAN SHELL COLLECTION having a slightly bowed rectangular top and two hinged panelled doors, all well figured, the doors opening to reveal a flight of six drawers, each sectioned in a variety of patterns and containing a large quantity of shell samples, two drawers with hand written labels reading 'Shells form the Sea of Galilee MVG March 1907'. 38cm(h) x 49cm(w) x 26cm(d)£200-300
50.     A COLLECTION OF VARIOUS WOODEN TOOLS including various measuring tools, chisels, a turned wooden vice and brace. (qty)£60-100
51.     A 19TH CENTURY SPINNING WHEEL, the turned wheel with multiple spindle spokes supported by angled uprights and opposed by various uprights and fittings, on a rectangular platform raised on three bobbin turned legs united by the treadle action. 109cm(h) £100-150
52.     Of Beatles fans interest:-
A COLLECTION OF THE BEATLES LP'S AND SINGLES - LP'S - Sgt Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band, London Town, A Hard Days Night, the singles including Dont Let Me Down,Get Back, Another Day, Oh Woman Oh Why, A Hard Days Night, Yes It Is,Ticket To Ride, Hey Jude, Revolution, Magical Mystery Tour. (qty)£50-100
53.     A 19TH CENTURY CAST-IRON FIRE BACK of arched square form decorated with stylised fish to the surmount over a panel depicting a mother and children, within a foliate moulded border. 83cm(h) x 59cm(w)£80-120
54.     A 19TH CENTURY CAST-IRON AND BRASS FIRE GRATE of rectangular form with horizontal rails bowed at the centre, all supported on brass finial topped andiron supports with scrolled feet. 41cm(h) x 61cm(w) x 37cm(d)£80-120
55.     A LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY LEATHER BUCKET of tapering cylindrical form with rolled rim and pierced carrying handles. 38cm(h) x 40cm(w)£150-200
56.     A VICTORIAN TAXIDERMY BUZZARD SPECIMEN Buteo Buteo mounted upon a naturalistic mossy rock surrounded by two ermine, on a moulded circular base under a blown glass dome. 53cm(h)£50-80
57.     A 19TH CENTURY TURTLE SHELL measuring 51cm(L) x 44cm(w)£50-80
58.     A GEORGE IV CUMBERLAND WRESTLING BELT, gold-tooled with formal borders and floral motifs, inscription reading 'Crosthwaite Annual Sports June 5th 1827' finishing with a heavy rectangular brass buckle with gadrooned type edge detail. £300-500
59.     A LATE 19TH CENTURY ANALYTICAL CRICKET SCORE BOOK for Greystoke Cricket Club, 1894 season, each page having printed statistical sections, forty seven pages handwritten scores and statistics in pencil, within green material covers. £30-50
60.     A HARDY BROTHERS LTD ALLOY 'THE ST GEORGE' FISHING REEL of circular form with 3¾ inch diameter rivited drum and ivorine handle, marked with manufacturer's stamp and patent number 24245. £200-300
61.     A BRADY FISHING CREEL having a woven willow body with external canvas and leather twin front pouch bag with over flap, and leather and canvas shoulder strap. £50-80
62.     AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY FELTHAM & CO GAMES COMPENDIUM entitled 'The Climax Set of Parlour Games, of rectangular hinged form with applied label, the top opening to reveal the removable sectioned interior housing various games (both original and associated). £100-150
63.     A COLLECTION OF LEATHER AND PAPIER MACHÉ DOLLS having papier maché heads and leather clothing, approximately fifty, comprising a variety of differing figures including Jesters, princesses, witches, musicians and nativity figures. (qty)£400-450
64.     A CONTINENTAL BISQUE HEADED BABY DOLL modelled with inset glass eyes and open mouth, the reverse with moulded numbers 210, 151, all over a composite jointed body. 24cm(h)£100-150
65.     A BOXED HORNBY CLOCKWORK O-GAUGE TANK GOODS SET comprising a locomotive, timber wagon, open wagon, tank wagon and track, all in a Meccano Hornby box, sold along with various lengths of 0-gauge track, points, buffer and level crossing. (qty)£200-300
66.     A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY SILK WORK PICTURES, polychrome threads with watercolour, one depicting a young girl making a straw hat at the edge of a corn field, the other a girl walking in a grassy landscape, each within a moulded ebonised oval frame under glass. 19.5cm(h) x 14cm(w) & 19cm(h) x 14.5cm(w)£60-100
67.     A 19TH CENTURY PATCHWORK COVERLET having three central appliqué panels depicting various historical and social events with text, the upper section having an over hanging panel centred with a patterned material printed with banners reading 'Wellington Vittoria' and flanked by appliqué soldiers on horse back, this concealing religious imagery from the mid panel, all within an outer patchwork border. 229cm(L) x 170cm(w) £200-400
68.     AN IRISH FRAME QUILT made from plain blue frames surrounding coloured squares of linen, twill and moygashel fabric samples, backed with Irish tweed, hand quilted in the traditional Irish wave pattern using linen thread. 191cm x 150cm £100-150
69.     A 19TH CENTURY PATCHWORK QUILT with hexagonal patches showing a variety of patterned fabrics. Hand sewn. 222cm x 201cm £150-200
70.     AN IRISH PATCHWORK QUILT made up of blocks with applique flowers and foliage, enclosed by a border of applique trailing foliage, hand quilted in waves. 221cm x 218cm £130-160
71.     A 1920'S PATCHWORK COVERLET with a mixture of bright and pastel patterned fabrics worked in a pyramid design, centred by a block of paisley patterned material. 193cm x 186cm £80-120
72.     A 19TH CENTURY PATCHWORK COVERLET of multiple hexagonal patches to form flower head florettes. 253cm x 195cm £100-150
73.     A 1960'S IRISH PATCHWORK QUILT bands of patterned material machine quilted with diamonds and backed with poultry feed bag material. 201cm x 172cm £50-80
74.     A LATE 19TH CENTURY HAND STITCHED COVERLET with applied hexagonal patchwork stylised flowers, centred by a paisley pattern panel. 212cm x 185cm £50-80
75.     A PATCHWORK QUILT with blocks of patterned material and centred by a panel of small squares. 216cm x 176cm £70-100
76.     AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY IRISH RED AND WHITE PATCHWORK COVERLET made up of blocks depicting hand appliqued stem flowers forming a crossed pattern. 193cm x 179cm £100-150
77.     A LARGE EARLY 19TH CENTURY PATCHWORK QUILT made from a variety of early chintz and veined fabric samples and hand quilted with swirls, fans, diamonds, chevrons and shell patterns. 261cm x 256cm£350-400
78.     A QUILTED BLACK SILK PETTICOAT reportedly originating from Maryport, Cumbria, quilted with diamonds, knots and swirls, also having an inserted side pocket with linen lining. 97cm(long)) £50-80
79.     A LATE 18TH/EARLY 19TH CENTURY OVAL EMBROIDERED SILK PICTURE worked in polychrome threads, depicting a seated robed female, sheep and cattle in an autumnal landscape, held within a moulded oval gilt frame. 33cm(h) x 26cm(w)£100-150
80.     A SMALL EARLY 19TH CENTURY EMBROIDERED SILK PICTURE depicting an exotic bird perched on a branch, held within a moulded oval frame. 12.5cm(h) x 10cm(w); sold together with a framed embroidery pattern (un-worked with guide holes, in ink) showing a depiction of a girl picking crops, in a moulded oval frame, under glass. 23cm(h) x 17cm(w)£60-100
81.     A VICTORIAN WALNUT FRAMED EMBROIDERY of a flower filled vase, worked in polychrome threads and held within a moulded walnut frame. 49cm(h) x 55cm(w)£60-100
82.     A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY FRAMED WOOLWORK TAPESTRY 'The flight into Egypt', worked in polychrome threads depicting religious figures at rest, held within a gilt slip and moulded mahogany frame, under glass. 62cm(h) x 52cm(w)£160-200
83.     A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY FRAMED WOOLWORK TAPESTRY 'The judgment of Solomon', various religious figures within a temple setting, worked in polychrome threads, held within a gilt slip and moulded mahogany frame, under glass. 77cm(h) x 67cm(w)£250-350
84.     A VICTORIAN WOOLWORK TAPESTRY, the rectangular tapestry panel worked in polychrome threads showing a scene depicting various female figures in an Egyptian landscape with pyramids and temples, held within a painted mount and ornate moulded gilt frame, under glass. 81cm(h) x 66cm(w)£100-200
85.     AN EARLY 18TH CENTURY SILK-WORK TRIPTYCH incorporating various embroidery techniques in polychrome silks and gold bullion, consisting of swags, flowers and urns, within a bespoke gilt Rowley gallery frame. 43cm(h) x 210cm(w)£150-200
86.     A LARGE PERSIAN ROOM CARPET, the brick red field decorated with multiple gulls, enclosed by numerous slender geometric borders. 367cm(L) x 280cm(w)£200-300
87.     A SMALL PERSIAN RUG having multiple gulls to the brick red field, enclosed by numerous stylised borders. 180cm(L) x 128cm(w)£60-100
88.     A SMALL PERSIAN RUG having multiple gulls to the blue field, enclosed by numerous stylised borders. 187cm(L) x 123cm(w)£60-100
89.     A SMALL PERSIAN RUG having multiple gulls to the terracotta field, enclosed by stylised borders. 148cm(L) x 94cm(w)£50-80
90.     A SMALL WESTERN ANATOLIAN ROOM CARPET having a central foliate medallion to the red field with foliate spandrels, enclosed by multiple floral borders. 334cm(L) x 208cm(w)£200-300
91.     A LARGE WEST PERSIAN RUG having a central pole medallion and profuse foliate motifs to the blue field, enclosed by spandrels and stylised floral borders. 287cm(L) x 147cm(w)£140-180
92.     AN ANTIQUE HAMADAN RUG having a central pole medallion to the patterned cream ground, enclosed by bird motif spandrels and stylised floral borders. 182cm(L) x 111cm(w)£100-150
93.     A SMALL MESHED ROOM CARPET having a central floral pole medallion and numerous florets to the brick red field, enclosed by foliate spandrels and multiple borders. 310cm(L) x 210cm(w)£200-300
94.     A SMALL AFGHAN ROOM CARPET having a central lozenge-form medallion, florets and stylised bird motifs to the abrashed red field, enclosed by multiple stylised floral and animal borders. 300cm(L) x 208cm(w)£150-200
95.     A HAMADAN KELLEH RUNNER, the abrashed blue field decorated with foliate motifs and enclosed by floral bands. 384cm(L) x 144cm(w)£80-120
96.     A PERSIAN KASHAN RUG having a central floral medallion and profuse foliage to the blue field, enclosed by multiple stylised floral borders. 184m(L) x 120cm(w) £180-220
97.     A PERSIAN JOSHAQUAN RUG having a central lozenge medallion and florets to the red ground, enclosed by spandrels and foliate borders. 198cm(L) x 129cm(w)£250-350
98.     AN ANTIQUE BELOUCH RUG having numerous florets and gulls to the dark blue field, enclosed by numerous borders. 178cm(L) x 104cm(w)£80-120
99.     A HAMADAN RUG having a central lozenge-form medallion enclosed by a further lozenge with floral motifs, floral borders. 204cm(L) x 131cm(w)£80-120
100.    A LARGE TURKISH ROOM CARPET having a large triple pole medallion to the red ground, enclosed by spandrels and broad foliate borders. 390cm(L) x 366cm(w) £300-400
101.    A HAMADAN RUG having a central foliate pole medallion to the black field, enclosed by numerous foliate borders. 207cm(L) x 112cm(w)£80-120
102.    A PAIR OF BELOUCH SADDLE BAGS of typical form decorated with stylised geometric motifs enclosed by foliate borders. 167cm(L) x 68cm(w)£30-50
103.    A KAZAK RUG having two floral medallions, three bar motifs and numerous stylised florets, enclosed by floral borders. 200cm(L) x 119cm(w)£200-300
104.    A KARAJA RUNNER having a long central pole medallion, florets and figures to the abrashed red field, enclosed by numerous floral borders. 347cm(L) x 108cm(w)£150-200
105.    A SHIRVAN RUG having a central pole medallion surrounded by numerous florets and enclosed by stylised geometric borders. 280cm(L) x 149cm(w)£100-150
106.    A PERSIAN ISFAHAN RUG, the central rectangular panel decorated with blossoming and fruiting trees, birds and animals, enclosed by conforming borders. 206cm(L) x 139cm(w)£200-300
107.    A SAROUK RUG having a central pole medallion, enclosing spandrels and borders, all profusely decorated with stylised foliage. 215cm(L) x 130cm(w)£150-200
108.    A SMALL AFGHAN ROOM CARPET, the red field covered with multiple gulls, enclosed by numerous stylised geometric borders, between knotted tasseled ends. 320cm(L) x 198cm(w)£50-80
109.    AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY FLINTLOCK POCKET PISTOL having a curved stock, the lock plate with foliate engraving and name 'Harrison', with typical hammer, frizzen and short cylindrical barrel with foundry marks to underside. 17cm(L)£100-150
110.    A BRITISH ARMY TRIPOD PLATE CAMERA, the lens marked with 'crows foot' symbol, having a rack and pinion focus adjustment, speed adjuster and Rada roll film back conversion from plate to film, mounted on a substantial oak and lacquered steel tripod with various adjustment points, marked 'Stand instrument no 13 0.3.85a MkIII No 6113 L.A.M' also with 'Crows foot' military symbol.
£80-120
111.    A 19TH/20TH CENTURY DECORATIVE OR CEREMONIAL SWORD having an oval pommel and shaped grip, embossed with foliate scrolls, crests and figures, the down-turned quillons with moulded roundels of dignitaries, the long tapering blade with double fuller finishing with a point. 122.5cm(L)£100-150
112.    AN 1868 PATTERN FRENCH CHASSEPOT BAYONET having a moulded brass hilt and steel quillon stamped J 1166, the curved Yataghan fullered blade with engraved inscription and date, the steel scabbard with conforming number. 71cm(L) £50-80
113.    A COSSACK OR CAUCASIAN KINDJAL having a shaped horn hilt with typical arched pommel and floral fixings over the tapering spear point double edged blade with deep fuller and remains of etched decoration, held within a simple wooden scabbard. 54.5cm(L)£100-150
114.    A VICTORIAN CAST-IRON SHIELD FORM PLAQUE, the central pointed boss enclosed by a continuous relief moulded classical battle scene and moulded borders, one with applied oval medallion with VR cipher, the reverse with moulded number 2837. 56cm£60-100
115.    A CAST METAL SHIELD FORM PLAQUE cast with a central classical battle scene topped with a depiction of the heavens over a depiction of hell, enclosed by reserves of armour, all within a beaded and rope twist surround. 62cm(h) x 44cm(w) £60-100
116.    A JAPANESE THREE-PIECE KENDO ARMOUR SET comprising a Men, Do and Tare(helmet, breast plate and apron) all heavily stitched durable material, the helmet with metal grille face protection, the breast plate with lacquered re-enforcement (3)£300-400
117.    A COLDSTREAM GUARDSMANS CEREMONIAL FULL DRESS UNIFORM with issue label, made by Kashet and Perteners Ltd, complete with dress cap and badges, white buff leather regimental belt, scarlet tunic with insignia and staybrite buttons, the full dress blue trousers with red stripe. (qty)£150-250
118.    2 X 19TH CENTURY MEDALS, Department of Science and Art to Harry BÖCLER Naval Architecture 1898, 38mm in bronze GVF.
Germany: 1840 Inauguration of Friedrich Wilhelm IV, 42mm in silver VF£60-80
119.    A QUEEN ELIZABETH II 'MALAYA' GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL awarded to 22688003 Pte B Dearden, E Yorks, of typical form with Malaya bar. 6cm(h) x 3.5cm(w)£40-60
120.    A GROUP OF FIVE BRITISH SECOND WORLD WAR MEDALS comprising the 1939-1945 Star, the Atlantic star, the Burma star with Pacific bar to the ribbon, The war medal, and a naval long service medal, all with appropriate ribbons mounted to a bar. £80-100
121.    A GROUP OF SEVEN WORLD WAR I AND II BRITISH SERVICE MEDALS comprising a WWI British war medal and Victory medal both with rim inscribed m-34070 PTE J Anderson A.S.C, a WWII defence medal, two war medals, an Italy star and 1939-1945 star, sold with various ribbons, and Royal signal corps buttons. (qty) £60-100
122.    A GROUP OF BRITISH FIRST AND SECOND WORLD WAR MEDALS comprising a 1914-1915 star, the British war medal, the Allied Victory medal (each inscribed 8289a J Wilson SMN R.N.R); a Diuturne Fidelis long service medal (inscribed 5282D J Wilson SMN R.N.R) a Defence medal, a The War medal and a 1939-1945 star, all with appropriate ribbons mounted to a bar. (7) £150-200
123.    2 VICTORIAN BRONZE MEDALS, 1857 Exhibition of Art Treasures and 1862 International Exhibition. Both in NEF with 41mm diameters, Eimer 1513 and 1556.£60-80
124.    SMALL COLLECTION OF MEDALS, including 1902 Coronation medal by G.W. De Salles, 31mm silver in packet of issue. WWI pair to Pte J. Elliott A.S.C., 2 white metal medals from the Salvador Dali Museum. (9).£60-80
125.    A GROUP OF BRITISH WORLD WAR 1 CAMPAIGN MEDALS comprising, The British War Medal (PTE G Young Y&LR) two The Allied Victory Medals (242311 PTE G Young Y&LR & 28443 PTE T.E Roberts S.Wales) and a Volunteer Long Service Medal (Colonies) Edward VII 1901-1908,(3096 SJT E.G Grave I/V/B Border regiment) sold along with a first world war death plaque for George Wilfred Hardy Dixon in original card cover and with 1914-15 star (1202 PTE G.W.H Dixon Yorker)£60-100
126.    AN EDWARDIAN SILVER AGRICULTURE MEDAL, one side moulded with farm animals and various implements, the reverse with laurel wreath forming the vacant cartouché, marks for Birmingham 1903, maker Vaughton & Sons, 5cm(d) 57grams, held within a hinged and fitted leather covered case; sold together with a white metal 'English Jersey Cattle Society' (established 1878-incorporated 1883) medal, the title band enclosing a moulded cattle portrait, the reverse with laurel leaf cartouché engraved with presentation inscription dated 1914, 4.5cm(d) unmarked 48grams, held within a fitted and hinged leather covered case. (2)£50-80
127.    A GROUP OF FRAMED WORLD WAR ONE CAMPAIGN MEDALS, a family group comprising 1914-15 Star, British War Medal, and Victory Medal awarded to Sapper RE Sandbach 58098 AD cable sect Royal Engineers, died 1918, buried Liverpool, Anfield Cemetery, also a WW1 trio to 207942 GA Sandbach, act LS Royal Navy, all held within a velvet lined and lacquered frame, under glass. 32cm(h) x 37cm(w) (two brothers)£220-280
128.    A 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL WHITE METAL TEAPOT having a domed finial topped circular pull-off cover embossed with foliate designs, tapering compressed gourd form body with embossed scrolls and flowers and serpent form spout with suspension ring, the fine scrolling loop handle with figural thumb knop or lappet, indistinctive marks to base. 14cm(h) x 18.5cm(w) 303grams. £100-150
129.    TWO WHITE METAL CARD CASES each of hinged rectangular form profusely embossed with foliate scrolls and flower heads with off centre vacant shield form cartouché. 9.5cm(h) x 6.5cm(w) & 8cm(h) x 5cm(w) 167grams(total)£200-250
130.    A CHINESE WHITE METAL BELT BUCKLE of shaped ovoid form with moulded geometric rim enclosing embossed blossoming foliage, indistinct mark to reverse. 7.5cm(h) x 10cm(w) 36grams£30-50
131.    A PAIR OF IVORY AND WHITE METAL APOSTLE SPOONS having pear shaped bowls engraved with religious imagery, the cylindrical pillar form stem mounted with carved and painted ivory apostle terminals. 16cm(L) 78grams(total)£350-400
132.    A 20TH CENTURY WHITE METAL POWDER BOX of circular form, the lift-off cover having a central round cut glass 'stone' enclosed by a well moulded band of thistles and S-scroll moulded rim over a plain cylindrical body, unmarked. 6cm(h) x 10cm(w) 186grams£100-150
133.    AN ELECTROPLATED FOUR-PIECE TEA SET comprising hot water pot, tea pot, sugar and cream, each of tapering cylindrical form with scrolled handles, the hot water and teapot having domed finial topped covers and slender fluted spouts, all with bands of engine turned decoration and oval cartouché engraved with initial C, the two 'pots' marked to the base A1 AB&CO. (4) £100-200
134.    A SET OF TEN 20TH CENTURY GLASS HANDLED SILVER PLATE BUTTER KNIVES each with short rounded blade and cylindrical glass handle down-turned at the end, marked EPNS England. 11cm(L) (10)£40-60
135.    A LATE VICTORIAN FOUR PIECE ELKINGTON PLATE TEA SET comprising a hot water pot, tea pot, sugar and cream, each of globular form with beaded rims, scrolled handles, engraved shoulders, ownership initial 'I' and reeded base, Elkington & Co marks to base along with various numbers and date code for 1890. (4) £80-120
136.    A PAIR OF PLATED CORINTHIAN COLUMN CANDLESTICKS having concave quatre-foil removable sconces over the Corinthian capitals, fluted columns and spreading stepped square bases adorned with rams heads and laurel swags. 24.5cm(h) £30-60
137.    A MID 20TH CENTURY SILVER TANKARD of spreading cylindrical form with everted rim and applied tapering scroll handle, raised on a stepped circular foot, marks for London 1945, makers Asprey, stamped Asprey London to base. 12.5cm(h) 363grams £200-300
138.    A MID 20TH CENTURY COCKTAIL SHAKER AND STAND of typical tapering form with domed removable cover and cap, each with rope-twist decoration, marks for Birmingham 1955, maker William Adams. 20cm(h) 260grams, the circular stand with moulded rope twist rim and shallow central circular well, on three compressed ball feet, conforming marks, 18cm(d) 193grams. £200-300
139.    A MID 20TH CENTURY SILVER INK STAND of rectangular form, having a central square aperture housing the square glass ink well with silver mount and hinged circular silver cover, with long integral pen rest, raised on four shaped legs, marks for Birmingham 1961, maker Barker Brothers Silver Ltd, held within a fitted and hinged rectangular case. 2cm(h) x 15cm(w) x 10cm(d) 132grams (minus well)£60-100
140.    A PAIR OF BRITANNIA SILVER CANDLESTICKS, each sconce with moulded petal rim and turned socket over a fluted circular drip tray, the jester-form figural stems on a domed foliate moulded circular base, marks for Sheffield 1968, maker A Haviland-Nye. 14cm(h) 297grams(total)£220-280
141.    A CASED SET OF SIX SILVER TEASPOONS each having a dished oval bowl, slender stem and seal type terminals, marks for Sheffield 1955, maker Cooper Brothers & Sons Ltd, held within a hinged and fitted leather covered case. 70grams(total)£40-60
142.    A SET OF SILVER COCKTAIL STICKS each having a rooster or cockerel head terminal over the tapering and pointed sticks, marks for Sheffield 1957 and 1958, maker James Dixon & Sons Ltd, all held within an associated fitted leather covered spoon case. 26grams (total)£30-50
143.    A CASED SET OF SILVER COFFEE SPOONS AND SUGAR TONGS having dished oval bowls and slender stems with flat-topped terminal, marks for Sheffield 1924, maker PFM, all held within a fitted leather bound case. 77grams£50-80
144.     NO LOT £100-200
145.    A GROUP OF VARIOUS SILVER ITEMS comprising a cased set of silver coffee bean spoons, of typical form with marks for Sheffield 1925, maker CB&S, held within a faux crocodile skin covered case with retailer's label for Collingwood & Son Ltd, Halifax, a pair of silver napkin rings with rolled rims and central foliate scroll engraved band with vacant circular cartouche, marks for Birmingham 1918 maker J.C LT, a pair of scallop shell form salts with fluted decoration and three ball feet, marks for Birmingham 1899, indistinct maker's mark, a Georgian mustard spoon with oval bowl and old English pattern handle with engraved initial M, marked with Monarch's head, lion passant and date letter P, indistinct maker, and a novelty pin cushion, in the form of a pig, with marks for Birmingham 1925, maker's mark rubbed. (qty) 112grams(total)£40-60
146.    A PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER SERVING SPOONS old English pattern with pointed oval bowls, the handle terminals engraved with 'W' monogram, marks for London 1809, maker Thomas Wallis II. 22.5cm(L) 130grams£50-80
147.    TWO GEORGE IV SILVER SERVING SPOONS, the first of Kings pattern having a deep oval bowl with shell to the reverse, the handle terminal with engraved crest in the typical Kings pattern decoration, marks for London 1821, maker William Eley and William Fearn. 22cm(L); the second of fiddle pattern with pointed bowl and engraved bow and arrow crest, marks for London 1827, maker WC. 22cm(L); sold together with an early 20th century silver fruit serving spoon, having a fluted oval bowl with shaped and gadrooned handle terminal, marks for London 1906, rubbed makers mark. 19cm(L) 213grams(total) (3)£80-120
148.    AN EARLY VICTORIAN SILVER SPIRIT FLASK of flattened and inverted pear-form with screw-off cylindrical cover with attached chain, the body engraved with a shaped cartouché in a circular border, marks for Birmingham 1854, maker Alfred Taylor. 9.5cm(h) 69grams£40-60
149.    A GROUP OF THREE GEORGE IV SILVER SPIRIT LABELS for Whisky, Rum and Brandy, each of bowed and rounded rectangular form with fruiting vine embossed border, marks for Birmingham 1829, maker T & F; sold together with a modern silver spirit label of rectangular form with embossed foliate scroll border enclosing the title 'Whisky' and marks for Sheffield 1972, maker FM, all suspended by white metal chains. 36grams £80-120
150.    AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY SILVER DISH of circular form,having a shaped swing handle and lobed flower head form rolled rim, raised on a short stem and stepped spreading circular foot, marks for Sheffield 1924, maker Atkin Brothers. 24cm(diam). 483grams£200-300
151.    AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY SILVER SUGAR AND CREAM of rounded rectangular form, the flared and gadrooned rim with scroll and shell elements, the sugar with two applied scroll handles, the cream with short generous spout and opposing handle, raised on a short base and four ball feet, marks for Sheffield 1926, maker H Fisher & Co, 10cm(h) x 10cm(w) x 9cm(d) & 9.5cm(h) x 15cm(w) x 8.5cm(d). 524grams(total) £250-350
152.    AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY CASED SILVER BACKED BRUSH SET comprising two canted oblong clothes brushes and two canted rectangular hair brushes with tapering handles, all impressed with oriental style figures and foliage, marks for London 1913, maker Daniel & John Wellby, all held within a fitted leather bound case. £60-100
153.    AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY SILVER SALVER of plain circular form with shallow booge and reeded rim, raised on three shaped out-swept feet, marks for London 1911, maker D & J Wellby Ltd, 30.5cm(w) 926grams £300-500
154.    AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY STERLING SILVER GILT PRESENTATION KEY, the stylised shield form terminal engraved with inscriptions 'Borough of Workington K&CW Centre 20th October 1930' and 'Opened by Lady Mabel Howard C.B.E., J.P.,C.A', marked 'Sterling silver, maker T&JB, held within a fitted leather bound case. 12cm(L) 26grams £30-50
155.    A SMALL STERLING SILVER PHOTOGRAPH FRAME of oval beaded form, containing an photograph of a lady beneath the bevelled glass, marked sterling to the reverse. 10cm(h) x 7.5cm(w) 106grams (total)£40-60
156.    AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY SILVER PRESENTATION TROWEL with turned ivorine handle, the pointed blade with shaped back and engraved inscription 'Victoria Cottage Hospital, Maryport, Maternity Wing 1st December 1937, presented to Lady Mabel Howard', marks for Birmingham 1937, maker I S Greenberg & Co. 21cm(L) 123grams, held within a rectangular fitted and leather bound case. £50-80
157.    A LATE VICTORIAN CASED SILVER HANDLED SHOE HORN AND BUTTON HOOK, the shoe horn having a flattened spirally fluted handle with vacant oval cartouché and scroll terminal, the button hook having a spirally fluted tapering cylindrical handle, marks for Birmingham 1892, maker George Unite & Sons, all held within a fitted and shaped leather case. 24cm(L) & 29cm(L)£20-40
158.    AN EDWARDIAN SILVER AND GLASS ROSE OR POSY BOWL of circular form, having a hinged top with pierced and embossed grille decorated with laurel bars and flower heads, all enclosed by a rope twist border, a plain clear glass liner and pierced and moulded body, raised on acanthus capped hoof feet, marks for William Comyns & Sons, date letter 'm' (no city mark but most probably London 1907). 7cm(h) x 11cm(diam) 142grams (without liner)£250-300
159.    AN EDWARDIAN CUT GLASS AND SILVER INKWELL CUM POCKET WATCH STAND, the circular hinged and pivoted cover lifting to reveal the silver mount and removable glass well, all over a square cut glass base with chamfered edges and hobnail cut base, marks for Birmingham 1907, maker John Grinsell & Sons, 9cm(h) x 9cm(w), the cover enclosing a Victorian silver open-faced pocket watch with gilt Roman hours, subsidiary seconds dial and engine turned floral decoration, the case with marks for London 1871, maker Joseph Sharpe. £150-200
160.    A GEORGE V SILVER GOLF TROPHY formed as three golf clubs enclosing an unattached 'Silver King' golf ball, on a turned and ebonised circular base with applied and engraved canted rectangular plaque, reading 'Lanark Golf Club 10th hole (150yards) in one by Mr J S Bryce 12-10-29', both clubs and plaque with marks for London 1929, maker GCo. 15cm(h)£80-100
161.    A CASED SET OF SIX GEORGE VI SILVER AND ENAMEL COFFEE SPOONS having pointed oval bowls, each enamelled in differing colours to the reverse, the tapering handles with arched top enamelled in corresponding colours, all held within a fitted material lined and leather covered case, marks for Birmingham 1937, maker William Suckling Ltd. 80grams(total)£60-80
162.    A PAIR OF VICTORIAN SILVER APOSTLE SPOONS having pear-shaped bowls and figural topped slender stems over a moulded depiction of hell, marks for London 1883, maker Josiah Williams & Co, 19.5cm(L) 127grams, all held within a hinged, rounded rectangular, leather covered case with fitted material lined interior bearing the retailers mark for West & Son Dublin. £80-120
163.    A VICTORIAN SILVER MOUNTED MIRROR of shaped arch form, the bevelled mirror plate enclosed by a pierced silver mount, moulded with figures, birds, animals and foliate scrolls and topped by a vacant oval cartouché, all applied to the velvet covered frame, the reverse with hinged easel type stand, marks for London 1886, maker William Comyns & Sons. 37cm(h) x 28cm(w)£200-300
164.    A SMALL EARLY 20TH CENTURY SILVER TANKARD of baluster form with rolled rim, shaped handle and stepped circular foot, marks for Chester 1921, maker William Vale and Sons. 7cm(h) 50grams£20-30
165.    AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY SILVER TEA STRAINER of dished circular form having a reeded rim and protruding lip with plain stained wood handle, marks for Birmingham 1923, makers Adie Brothers Ltd. 45grams(total) £30-40
166.    AN EDWARDIAN SILVER TRINKET BOX of lobed oval form, the hinged cover engraved with GS ownership initials opens to reveal the material lined interior, raised on four cabriole type legs, marks for Birmingham 1910, maker Synyer & Beddoes. 4cm(h) x 9cm(w) x 6cm(d)136grams£60-100
167.    A VICTORIAN SILVER BOWL of baluster form having an everted serrated rim with nicely moulded leaf decoration to the exterior, gilt interior, marks for London 1889, maker John Aldwinckle and Thomas Slater. 6cm(h) x 8.5cm(diam) 84grams£60-80
168.    AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY IRISH SILVER SAUCE BOAT of oval form with generous spout, moulded beaded rim and scroll handle, raised on three scrolled feet, marks for Dublin 1918, maker West & Son. 8.5cm(h) x 14.5cm(L) x 8cm(d) 116grams£60-100
169.    AN EDWARDIAN SILVER BON BON DISH of circular form with applied beaded rim, pierced bands and oval motifs, the booge with pierced bars, raised on a spreading circular foot, marks for Sheffield 1906, maker Mark Willis & Son. 7cm(h) x 15cm(w) 134grams£60-100
170.    A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN SILVER VASES having a flared and waved rim, tapering cylindrical body pierced with oval floral bands, and green glass liner, on a weighted circular foot, marks for Sheffield 1908, maker Walker & Hall. 15cm(h) 230grams(without liners)£60-100
171.    A PAIR OF 20TH CENTURY GLASS DECANTERS each having a flat-topped faceted tear-drop stopper with large bubble inclusion, an everted rim and fluted neck with faceted band, the onion-form body with flutes continuing from the neck over short basel flutes, on a nonagonal polished base. 33.5cm(h)£80-120
172.    A GROUP OF THREE 20TH CENTURY GLASS DECANTERS, the first of onion-form having a globular stopper etched with fruiting vines, a slender fluted neck and bulbous body with cut central band. 28.5cm(h); the second having a globular stopper with star-cut design, a triple spouted rim, plain neck and baluster body cut with a trailing vine, raised on a circular foot. 32.5cm(h); the last having a spherical faceted stopper, a short flared neck and shouldered rectangular body with cut geometric bands and canted corners. 22cm(h) (3)£40-60
173.    A LEGRAS & CIE ENAMELLED GLASS VASE of cylindrical form with flared base, decorated with a winter woodland scene, signed Legras, polished convex pontil to base. 25.5cm(h)£100-150
174.    A 19TH CENTURY 'MARY GREGORY' STYLE DECANTER of small proportions, having a short raised neck with flared rim and globular dimpled body, decoration in white enamel of a young girl, raised on a short circular foot, kicked pontil to base. 17cm(h)£30-50
175.    TWO MILLIFIORI GLASS PAPERWEIGHTS, the first of domed circular form decorated with floral canes and latticino radials on a green ground. 6cm(h) x 8cm(diam); the second of smaller size decorated with large floral canes, the base with adventurine inclusions. 4.5cm(h) x 6.5cm(diam); sold along with a 20th century glass cream jug with millifiori caned base 10cm(h) and a smoked glass paperweight in the form of an apple. 9cm(h) (4)£50-80
176.    AN ART DECO PERIOD HAND DECORATED GREEN GLASS LEMONADE SET, comprising a pitcher and six glasses, each of fluted conical form, the pitcher with short pinched spout and applied loop handle, hand painted with a vintage limousine, raised on a spreading circular foot. 29cm(h); the glasses each hand painted with various fox hunting scenes, one with distinct signature 'Bodington' others with remains. 17cm(h)£80-120
177.    A BLUE TINTED AND ETCHED GLASS SHADE having a ruffled edge and baluster body etched with stylised foliate panels. 18cm(h) x 22cm(w) & 9.5cm(base rim)£30-60
178.    A BLUE GLASS LAMP SHADE having a ruffled or waved rim over the fluted cylindrical body 15.5cm(h) x 21.5cm(w) & 8.5cm(base rim)£50-80
179.    A WHITEFRIARS GLASS PAPERWEIGHT of domed and faceted form decorated with concentric bands of millefiori canes, one with date 1970, concave base, 5cm(h); sold with a millefiori glass paperweight of domed circular form decorated with concentric bands of millefiori canes, ground flat base. 7cm(h) £80-120
180.    A PAIR OF EARLY 20TH CENTURY ART GLASS DISHES of circular form with central steep sided well, decorated with a green and opalescent swirl, unmarked. 4cm(h) x 20cm(diam)£40-60
181.    A 19TH CENTURY OPALESCENT GLASS GIMMEL FLASK having a short neck and flattened ovoid body decorated with an opalescent lattice design, pontil to base. 18.5cm(h) x 9cm(w)£40-60
182.    A 19TH CENTURY BRISTOL BLUE GLASS GIMMEL FLASK of spirally fluted compressed and pointed oval form with short raised neck, pontil to base. 19cm(L)£40-60
183.    A 19TH CENTURY NAILSEA TYPE DOUBLE GIMMEL FLASK of flattened ovoid form with double angled necks, the fused bodies with pink and white trailed decoration. 26cm(L)£40-60
184.    A 19TH CENTURY BRISTOL BLUE GLASS DOUBLE GIMMEL FLASK of flattened ovoid form with angled necks, the fused bodies with applied course. 23cm(L)£50-80
185.    A 19TH CENTURY NAILSEA GLASS GIMMEL FLASK of flattened oval form with short raised neck, pink with white trailed decoration, pontil to base. 22cm(L)£50-80
186.    A 19TH CENTURY NAILSEA GLASS GIMMEL FLASK of flattened ovoid form with short raised neck, the cranberry body decorated with a white combed design, ground pontil to base. 17cm(L)£40-60
187.    A 19TH CENTURY NAILSEA GLASS GIMMEL FLASK of flattened form with short neck, the cranberry body and neck decorated with a spiral combed white design, pontil to base. 17.5cm(L)£40-60
188.    AN OPAQUE GLASS FLASK of flattened ovoid form with raised neck, decorated with trailed black lines to the opaque white ground, pontil to base. 16.5cm(L)£30-50
189.    A 19TH CENTURY NAILSEA GLASS GIMMEL FLASK of flattened ovoid form with raised neck, decorated with a trailed white lattice pattern to the clear ground, kicked pontil to base. 21cm(L)£40-60
190.    A 19TH CENTURY NAILSEA GLASS FLASK of elongated form, the short neck with moulded course, decorated with a pink and white combed design, the flattened base with pontil. 22cm(L)£50-80
191.    A 19TH CENTURY NAILSEA GLASS FLASK having a short neck and ovoid body, the base in the form of a heeled shoe, decorated with a white combed design to the clear ground. 22cm(L)£50-80
192.    A 19TH CENTURY NAILSEA GLASS FLASK having a short neck and ovoid body, the base in the form of a heeled shoe, decorated with a white combed loop design to the clear ground. 17cm(L)£40-60
193.    A GERMAN GREEN GLASS ARMORIAL VESSEL in the form of a horn, enamelled in detail with an armorial crest, the Latin motto reading 'Nec Rege Nec Populo Sed Utroque' (Neither for King nor People, but for both) the narrow end with applied loop. 26cm(L)£30-50
194.    A GERMAN GREEN GLASS ARMORIAL BEAKER of cylindrical form enamelled with an armorial crest and foliate scroll and floral designs, the body also with applied flower head prunts. 15cm(H) £30-50
195.    A GERMAN ENAMELLED GREEN WINE GLASS of conical form, the body enamelled with a vignette of two figures on horseback within a scrolling surround, raised on a bluster stem with bubble inclusion and spreading circular foot. 15cm(H)£30-40
196.    A GERMAN GREEN GLASS ARMORIAL VASE of tapering cylindrical form decorated in enamel with an armorial crest and stylised flowers between the borders, the large spreading base with conforming flowers and border. 21cm(h) £30-50
197.    A LARGE 19TH CENTURY NAILSEA TYPE GLASS TOBACCO PIPE, having an oval bowl with applied rim and tapering stem with bulbous section, opaque blue and white loop decoration. 51cm(L)£60-100
198.    A LARGE VICTORIAN GLASS TOBACCO PIPE having an ovoid blue glass bowl with moulded clear glass and amber glass stem sections. 66cm(L)£30-60
199.    A LARGE VICTORIAN CRANBERRY GLASS TOBACCO PIPE having a large ovoid bowl and removable moulded and tapering stem with cork seal. 62cm(L)£30-50
200.    A 19TH CENTURY NAILSEA GLASS ROLLING PIN of typical form in pink and white combed loop decoration. 40cm(L)£50-80
201.    A VICTORIAN CLEAR GLASS PIPE of typical form. 28cm(L)£15-20
202.    A 19TH CENTURY GLASS ROLLING PIN of slender form with large internal bubble inclusion between ball ends. 47cm(L)£20-40
203.    A GROUP OF THREE VICTORIAN COLOURED GLASS ROLLING PINS each of typical form, blue, light blue and green. 37cm(L) & 39cm(L) & 34cm(L)£60-100
204.    A LARGE 19TH CENTURY BRISTOL BLUE GLASS WALKING STICK or staff, having a finely twisted hook handle and long twisted body finishing with a finely twisted point. 170cm(L)£100-200
205.    A 19TH CENTURY POLYCHROME OPAQUE TWIST GLASS WALKING STICK of typical form with central internal opaque red and blue twisted cane. 101cm(L)£60-100
206.    A LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY GLASS WALKING CANE of typical twisted form, the interior filled with bands of coloured seeds. 74cm(L)£20-30
207.    A 19TH CENTURY NAILSEA TYPE GLASS WALKING STICK of typical form twisted throughout, partial air bubble twist to base interior. 86cm(L)£60-100
208.    A VICTORIAN GREEN GLASS 'DUMP' WEIGHT of domed form with internal bubble cluster. 10.5cm(h)£20-30
209.    A LARGE GLASS DUMP WEIGHT of globular form, having a large central internal bubble inclusion surrounded by numerous smaller bubbles, kicked base. 10.5cm(h) x 12cm(w)£20-30
210.    A LARGE VICTORIAN GREEN GLASS DUMP WEIGHT of domed oval form narrowing to the flattened base, the interior decorated with a sulphide vase of flowers. 15cm(h)£30-50
211.    TWO VICTORIAN GREEN GLASS DUMP WEIGHTS each of ovoid form narrowing to the flattened base, decorated with a sulphide vase of flowers. 12.5cm(h) & 13cm(h)£50-80
212.    A VICTORIAN GREEN GLASS DUMP WEIGHT of domed oval form with fattened base, the interior with a sulphide figure of a pug. 10cm(h)£30-50
213.    TWO VICTORIAN GREEN GLASS DUMP WEIGHTS, the first of domed form, the internal bubble well filled with coloured seeds 13cm(h); the second of domed ovoid form with internal sulphide flower in vase, on an applied circular foot. 12.5cm(h)£30-50
214.    A 19TH CENTURY NAILSEA GLASS ROLLING PIN of typical form cased in a cranberry and white combed loop decoration. 40cm(L)£50-80
215.    A 19TH CENTURY NAILSEA GLASS ROLLING PIN of typical form cased in white and green combed loop decoration. 38cm(L)£50-80
216.    A 19TH CENTURY NAILSEA GLASS PIPE having a slender bowl and tapering stem with moulded bulbous section, all with white combed loop decoration. 52cm(L)£30-50
217.    A 19TH CENTURY NAILSEA GLASS TOBACCO PIPE having a long ovoid bowl and tapering stem with bulbous moulding, all in pink and white combed loop decoration. 45cm(L)£30-60
218.    A MULLER FERES (LUNEVILLE) GLASS PLAFONNIER of upturned domed circular form with mottled purple, pink, green and blue colours, having three suspension hooks, acid etched 'Muller Fres Luneville' to exterior. 35cm(w)£100-150
219.    A LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY GLASS AND GILT METAL PIN DISH of canted square form, the glass dish etched to the underside with three koi carp, the exterior gilt metal mount moulded with stylised designs, each canted corner with polished stone set bracket. 6.5cm £20-30
220.    A 19TH CENTURY BOHEMIAN AMBER GLASS SCENT BOTTLE having a faceted and etched cylindrical stopper with elongated base, a flared rim and spreading circular body with etched floral designs and cut collar, the tapering base finishing with a lobed circular foot. 14cm(h) £60-100
221.    A T GOODE & CO. GEORGE VIII COMMEMORATIVE ETCHED GLASS TANKARD of flared cylindrical form with applied loop handle, the body etched with the GR Royal cypher over an off-central moulded collar etched' Accession January 20th 1936 Coronation May 12th 1937' the base etched 'The friend of his people', the underside etched T Goode & Co. No 2036 London 1937 copyright Herbert Goode'. 13cm(h) £80-120
222.    TWO 18TH CENTURY ETCHED SODA-GLASS WINE GLASSES continental, probably Dutch, the first having a conical bowl etched with foliate scrolls over a bubbled basel section, raised on a baluster stem and folded conical foot 14.5cm(h) the second having a conical bowl etched with a foliate crest, raised on a five-sides Silesian stem and conical folded foot 14.5cm(h)£100-200
223.    A 20TH CENTURY ART GLASS VASE having a broad flattened rim over the ovoid body decorated with a trailed pattern and green mottling, raised on an applied circular foot with pontil to underside. 13cm(h)£40-60
224.    A PAIR OF EARLY 20TH CENTURY BOHEMIAN AMETHYST GLASS LIDDED GOBLETS having domed finial topped covers with faceted edge detail, the faceted cylindrical bowls decorated in gilt with figures and swags, raised on a turned stem and spreading circular foot with gilt garland decoration and faceted edge detail. 29cm(h)£300-400
225.    A PAIR OF EARLY 20TH CENTURY BOHEMIAN AMETHYST GLASS GOBLETS of tapering and faceted cylindrical form decorated with gilt figures in a landscape, over a short tapering base, knop stem and spreading circular foot. 17cm(h) £250-300
226.    A 19TH CENTURY WHITE METAL MOUNTED AMETHYST GLASS DECANTER having a ball finial topped cork stopper and triple spouted white metal mount, the deep amethyst faceted ovoid body raised on a broad circular foot with star-cut base. 27cm(h); sold together with a silver plated 'Port' spirit label. £200-250
227.    A GERMAN GREEN GLASS BEAKER of large proportions and cylindrical form, the body decorated in polychrome enamels with an armorial crest and stylised flowers between arcaded borders, on a circular base. 20.5cm(h) x 11.5cm(w)£30-50
228.    A VICTORIAN RUBY OVERLAY GLASS DECANTER of slender bottle form having a tear-drop stopper, circular rim and cut designs to the body. 41cm(h); sold together with a silver spirit label of typical form, the scroll moulded rim enclosing the panel entitled 'Sherry' marks for Birmingham 1970, maker A Marston & Co. 14grams £250-300
229.    A PAIR OF LARGE ETCHED AIR-TWIST GLASSES, the tapering cylindrical bowls etched with a continuous band of fruiting vines, raised on a double air-twist stem and domed circular foot with pontil to the underside.
24.5cm(h) £150-200
230.    A LALIQUE GLASS SUNFLOWER BOWL of circular dished form, the angled protruding rim moulded with a continuous band of sunflower heads, the booge and base with stalks, etched R LALIQUE FRANCE to base. 6cm(h) x 33cm(w)£180-220
231.    A 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL 'AESTHETIC MOVEMENT' ENAMELLED OPAQUE GLASS VASE of moon flask form with short raised rim, flattened circular body and short rectangular foot, the pale turquoise body enamelled in white and blue with flying birds and reeds. 18cm(h) x 15.5cm(w) x 6cm(d)£60-100
232.    A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY ETCHED OPAQUE TWIST GLASSES, each having a tapering cylindrical bowl etched with a coronet over the letter G and foliate wreath, all highlighted in gilt, the slender stem with opaque helix twist in white with red centre, raised on conical circular folded foot. 17cm(h)£120-180
233.    A 19TH CENTURY ETCHED AND CUT GLASS having a tapering thistle form bowl etched with a hunting scene over the cut basel section and faceted baluster stem with internal bubble inclusion, raised on a conical circular foot with folded rim and pontil. 20cm(h)£100-150
234.    A 19TH CENTURY ETCHED GLASS, the tall tapering cylindrical bowl etched with a continuous band of roundels and foliate elements, on a turned baluster stem with internal bubble inclusion, the domed circular foot with etched laurel wreath band, pontil to base. 19.5cm(h)£100-150
235.    A CONTINENTAL ETCHED DRINKING GLASS possibly 18th century, having a tapering cylindrical bowl etched with a three masted galleon and circular cartouché with initials JSG, over an inscription 'Prost Pao Fyen 1743' raised on a short spreading circular foot. 12.5cm(h); sold together with a 19th century intaglio cut drinking glass, the tapering cylindrical bowl with gilt rim, intaglio cut portrait and etched crown, raised on a short fluted stem and faceted circular foot. 11cm(h)£100-150
236.    TWO ETCHED MASONIC GLASSES, the first having a conical bowl etched with various Masonic devises over a knopped stem and circular foot 13cm(h); the second of moulded form, the generous ovoid bowl etched with a band of Masonic symbols, raised on a short spreading stem and circular foot. 15cm(h)£50-80
237.    A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY BRISTOL BLUE GLASS FINGER BOWLS each of tapering cylindrical form, the slightly kicked bases with pontil. 9cm(h) x 11cm(w)£80-120
238.    A ROYAL DOULTON PLATE of dished circular form, decorated in blue, red, green and yellow with a central stylised flower head within an octagonal border and further foliate borders, printed green factory mark to base along with number D4549, 22, and indistinct impressed mark. 26.5cm(w)£30-50
239.    A ROYAL DOULTON SIAMESE CAT FIGURE modelled recumbent looking upwards, printed green factory mark to base along with painted HN number 2662. 8.5cm(h) £30-50
240.    A ROYAL DOULTON 'THE POTTER' FIGURE, HN number 1518, modelled as a seated and robed gentleman surrounded by his wares, designed by C J Noke, in green colourway, issued 1932-49, printed factory marks to base, painted title and number. 18cm(h)£100-150
241.    A ROYAL DOULTON CERAMIC BISCUIT BOX for Huntley and Palmers, in the form of a bombé fronted chest of drawers having a green foliate scroll decorated body, lift-off domed rectangular cover printed with a scene entitled 'There was a little man, & he had a little gun', the underside with green Huntley & Palmers stamp, printed green factory mark to base along with registration number 459,880. 14cm(h) x 18cm(w) x 12cm(d)£100-150
242.    A ROYAL DOULTON STONE WARE VASE, early 20th century, of deep shouldered tapering cylindrical form decorated with stylised sunflowers and bead garlands against a mottled green ground, impressed marks to base along with number 6621. 35.5cm(h)£100-150
243.    A ROYAL WORCESTER RETICULATED POT POURRI VASE AND COVER having a pierced conical cover and spreading cylindrical body decorated with a broad foliate pierced band decorated in enamels and gilt, raised on a knopped stem and spreading circular foot with conforming pierced decoration, printed green factory mark to base with date code for 1880. 21cm(h)£80-120
244.    A ROYAL WORCESTER HAND DECORATED COFFEE CUP AND SAUCER painted by James Stinton, the tapering cylindrical cup with gilt interior, loop handle and body painted with pheasants against a white ground, signed, the saucer with conforming decoration, signed, printed puce factory marks to base of each with date code for 1921. £150-250
245.    A ROYAL WORCESTER TWO-HANDLED COMPORT of dished circular form with two loop handles, the interior having a central star-shaped panel hand painted with apples, grapes and foliage by William Ricketts (signed Ricketts) within a broad ornate gilt decorated cobalt blue and pink border, raised on a short stem with foliate collar on a domed circular foot, printed puce factory mark to underside with date code for 1921. £300-500
246.    A ROYAL WORCESTER HAND DECORATED COMPORT of dished oval form, the interior hand painted with apples, grapes and raspberries against a mossy ground by Thomas Locyer (signed), enclosed by a moulded gilt enriched rim with opposing shell-form handles, raised upon a short pedestal with conforming decoration and circular foot, printed puce factory mark to base with date code for 1928. 8cm(h) x 31cm(w) x 19cm(d)£400-600
247.    A SET OF SIX EARLY 20TH CENTURY ROYAL WORCESTER 'BLUSH IVORY' SAUCERS of circular form with shallow dished centres, hand painted with floral studies against the blush ivory ground, printed puce factory marks to base along with the date code for 1904, also impressed 10A. 11.5cm(diam) £80-120
248.    A PAIR OF ROYAL WORCESTER TWO-HANDLED VASES of ovoid urn form with short everted neck and gilt loop handles, the mottled blue body having a central circular panel painted with fruit (by J Flaxman) within a white ground band with green and pink foliate scrolls, raised on a short circular foot, printed puce factory marks to base with date code for 1920, registration numbers 671697 and 669188, and number 2710. 17cm(h) £300-400
249.    A ROYAL WORCESTER BLUSH IVORY VASE of ovoid form with short raised moulded neck and scrolled gilt enriched handles, the body painted with a floral bouquet highlighted in gilt, raised on a spreading circular foot and square base with quadrant corners, printed puce factory mark to base with date code for 1912, registration number 519797, shape number 2443. 23.5cm(h)£30-60
250.    A 19TH CENTURY STAFFORDSHIRE POTTERY SPILL VASE formed as a hollow tree stump with swans and cygnets, on a serpentine fronted grassy oval base. 12cm(h) x 15cm(w)£80-120
251.    A GROUP OF FOUR STAFFORDSHIRE POTTERY PASTILLE BURNERS each in the typical form of a small cottage with moulded and painted detail (4); sold together with a Leeds pottery model of a house, moulded and decorated in the Staffordshire style, impressed marks to base. 14cm(h) x 16.5cm(w) (5) £80-100
252.    A LATE VICTORIAN STAFFORDSHIRE POTTERY HEN ON NEST of small proportions, modelled as a nesting hen with chicks, having orange and yellow painted features and gilt embellished feathers. 16cm(h) x 18cm(L) x 12cm(w)£150-200
253.    A MOORCROFT POTTERY JUG of globular form with everted neck, short spout, loop handle and spreading base, the body tube lined with fruit and foliage against a light ochre ground, impressed overpainted mark to base. (possibly a sample) 16cm(g) £140-180
254.    A WALTER MOORCROFT 'HEDGEVINE' PATTERN PLATE of dished circular form tube lined with leaves and berries against a washed green ground, impressed and painted marks to base. 22cm(w)£80-100
255.    A PAIR OF WEDGWOOD 'FERRARA' PATTERN VASES of baluster form with flared necks, transfer printed in underglaze blue with boating scenes between floral borders, printed and impressed marks to base. 31cm(h)£80-120
256.    THIRTY PIECES OF EARLY 20TH CENTURY TEA WARES comprising a teapot, lidded sugar pot, cream jug, bowl, two plates, twelve tea cups and twelve saucers, each decorated with stylised foliate sprays in gilt and blue upon a cream ground. (30)£150-250
257.    A LATE 18TH CENTURY 'NEW HALL' COMMODE-SHAPED TEAPOT, the cover having a vented baluster finial, the body decorated in the Chinese export manner with foliate sprays and puce borders, painted pattern number '273' to base. 15cm(h) x 25cm(w) x 13.5cm(d)£150-250
258.    AN ENGLISH PORCELAIN TEA BOWL of dished circular form, hand decorated with floral sprays in earthy tones. 4cm(h) x 8cm(diam); sold with two matching saucer dishes, 12.5cm(diam) and a spirally fluted tea bowl decorated with a gilt rim and foliate sprays, incised 'B' to base. 5.5cm(h) x 8.5cm(diam) (4)£80-120
259.    FOURTY ONE PIECES OF LIMOGES PORCELAIN TEA WARES early 20th century, Haviland & Co Limoges for H G Stephenson, Barton Arcade Manchester, comprising twelve tea cups, twelve saucers, twelve side plates, two shaped oval plates, a lidded bowl, sugar bowl and cream jug, all finely decorated with foliate gilt borders and moulded bars, printed marks to base. (41)£100-200
260.    TEN PIECES OF ROYAL CROWN DERBY 'OLD IMARI' PATTERN WARES comprising three tea cups, three saucers, three small plates and a larger plate, all decorated in the 1128 Imari pattern in iron red, cobalt blue and gilt, printed factory marks to base along with various modern date codes. (10)£150-250
261.    A LEEDS 'CLASSICAL CREAMWARE' SAUCE BOAT of typical form with scroll moulding, generous fluted spout and entwined loop handle, impressed marks to base. 10.5cm(h) x 18cm(w) x 7.5cm(d) £50-80
262.    A LARGE FOUR-SECTIONED QUIMPER WARE DISH of shaped square form, the four dished sections having a waved rim and painted with figures and flowers, all centred by a moulded serpent-form loop handle, painted 'Henroit Quimper France 407' to base, resting on four short feet . 34cm(w)£80-120
263.    A WEDGWOOD 'KEITH MURRAY' VASE of tapering cylindrical form with moulded ribbed decoration on a short circular foot, printed Wedgwood KM mark to base 17.5cm(h); sold along with a Wedgwood Keith Murray bowl of flared cylindrical form with moulded ribbed decoration, printed Wedgwood KM mark to base. 14cm(h) x 20cm(diam)£100-200
264.    AN 18TH CENTURY ENGLISH DELFT WARE CHARGER possibly London, of dished circular form decorated in polychrome, the central stylised flower head within a broad foliate border. 34cm(diam) £500-800
265.    A ROYAL COPENHAGEN STUDY of a trout, naturalistically modelled and decorated, painted marks to base. 21cm(L)£40-60
266.    A FURNIVALS LIMITED DOUBLE GRAVY BOAT of shaped elliptical form with generous spouts, short loop handles and integral base, all decorated in the white onion style 'Denmark' pattern, printed marks to base. 11cm(h) x 24cm(w) x 14.5cm(d)£40-60
267.    A RARE ROYAL CROWN DERBY PLANT TROUGH of compressed oval baluster form with crimped and raised rim, decorated with gilt highlights to the cobalt ground, the body decorated with scrolling reserves painted with blossoms in red, blue and gilt, interspersed by foliate and scroll moulded pilasters, each narrow end with scrolled handle, all raised on a shaped scrolling gilt enriched cobalt base, printed iron red factory mark to underside with date cypher for 1902, inscribed number 891, L/S and tree dot triangle mark (possibly shape number and potters mark). 14cm(h) x 43cm(w) x 21cm(d)£1200-1500
268.    TWELVE PIECES OF 19TH CENTURY ROYAL WORCESTER DESSERT WARES comprising two comports and ten plates each of dished circular form with central hand painted botanical study to the white ground, all enclosed by a stylised gilt band and broad pale turquoise border, faint impressed factory marks to base along with painted numbers, the comports raised on short circular feet. 22.5cm(w)£100-150
269.    EIGHT PIECES OF 19TH CENTURY BOTANICAL DESSERT WARES in the manner of Minton, comprising four comports and four plates, each of circular form having a central hand painted botanical study to the white ground, gilt and pale turquoise borders, the comports raised on flared circular pedestals, unmarked, painted numbers to some. 21.5cm(diam) (8) £100-150
270.    A SHELLEY FORTY THREE PIECE 'TREES AND SUNSET' PATTERN TEA SET, Queen Anne shape, comprising a tea pot, two bowls, ten cups, twelve saucers, eleven side plates and seven plates, all decorated with silhouette trees against a sunset scene and orange border, printed factory mark to base along with pattern number 11513 and registration number 723404. (43)£200-300
271.    A SEVRÉS STYLE PORCELAIN CABARET SET comprising a coffee pot, cream jug, two handled lidded sucrier, two cups, two saucers and a lobed oval tray, all decorated with panels of young couples in garden landscapes, the saucers with garden implements, within scrolling gilt borders against a turquoise ground, interlaced double L marked to base enclosing the letter A. (8) £300-500
272.    A WEDGWOOD POTTERY 'SCOTCH' BARREL of large proportions and oval form with removable circular cover, entitled in gilt 'scotch' between gilt 'coopered' bands, with transfer printed stag and two deer titled 'head of the family' and brass spigot below, impressed marks to base. 33cm(h) x 29cm(w)£60-100
273.    FOURTEEN PIECES OF VICTORIAN WEDGWOOD 'JEDDO' PATTERN DESSERT WARES comprising four comports, two shaped rectangular footed dishes and eight plates, each interior printed with eastern foliage and highlighted in gilt, the narrow floral and diaper band and broad puce border with gilt highlighted ornaments, impressed and printed marks to bases, registration lozenge dated 1859. (14)£60-100
274.    A GROUP OF 19TH CENTURY HAND PAINTED PORCELAIN DINNER WARES comprising two lidded sauce tureens with integral stands, a large oval bowl, an oval dish, two square dishes and a fluted circular dish (8) all hand decorated with foliate sprays, garlands, scrolling and gilt swags, unmarked. £80-120
275.    A PAIR OF LATE 18TH CENTURY CHINESE EXPORT PLATES of dished and canted rectangular form, the interior painted with carnations within stylised floral and waved borders, unmarked, one bearing an old label reading 'Specimen of old Lowestoft, period 1780, Antique Dept. Wm H Plummer & Co. 7-9E, 35th St New York City'. 28.5cm(L) x 21cm(w)£150-250
276.    TWENTY FOUR PIECES OF EARLY 20TH CENTURY MEISSEN PORCELAIN comprising nine cups, six saucers and nine plates, each of dished circular form and hand painted with floral designs within a gilt scrolling border, each with painted blue crossed swords mark to base scratched through twice. (24)£100-150
277.    A GROUP OF THREE 19TH CENTURY SAMSON PORCELAIN ARMORIAL PLATES each of dished circular form decorated in the Chinese export style with central coat of arms for the Howard family, surrounded by floral sprigs and scrolling bianco-sopra-bianco slip and gilt bands, all enclosed by a broad pierced and shaped border with conforming decoration, Samson iron red faux Chinese marks to underside. 20.5cm(w) (3)£50-80
278.    EIGHT PIECES OF LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY ROYAL COPENHAGEN TEA WARES comprising a teapot (no cover) two cups, two saucers, side plate, sugar and cream, each with moulded 'woven' borders and hand painted with floral sprigs, the teapot with printed Crown and Danmark mark to base, the rest 'Royal Copenhagen Denmark' with blue waved lines and painted numbers. (8) £60-100
279.    TWO 19TH CENTURY BLUE AND WHITE PICKLE DISHES the first of dished leaf form with serrated and feathered rim enclosing the painted internal veins 2.5cm(h) x 10cm(L) x 11cm(w) the second of shallow dished leaf form with moulded veins, printed with figures within an oriental landscape 2cm(h) x 16cm(L) x 13cm(w)£30-50
280.    TWO EARLY 19TH CENTURY PEARL WARE PICKLE DISHES each of dished leaf form with serrated feathered rim enclosing internal painted veins in blue, each resting on a short shaped foot rim, unmarked 3cm(h) x 13cm(L) x 12.5cm(w)£80-120
281.    AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY JOHN ROGERS & SON PEARL WARE PICKLE DISH of dished leaf form, the interior painted in blue with fine veins enclosed by a feathered rim, impressed 'Rogers' to base. 3cm(h) x 13cm(L) x 12.5cm(w)£40-60
282.    A LATE 18TH CENTURY SEVRÉS TYPE PORCELAIN INK STAND having a domed lift-off cover with central gilt metal pineapple finial, lifting to reveal the removable well, the concave body painted with floral cartouchés and gilt borders against a pink ground, interlaced double L mark to base enclosing a lower case r, dot below. 11.5cm(h) £50-80
283.    A WEMYSS POTTERY TOILET JUG AND BOWL having a globular jug with broad spout and loop handle painted with apples and foliage, impressed mark to base. 25cm(h) the large dished circular bowl having a slightly everted rim and conforming decoration, impressed mark to base. 12.5cm(h) x 39cm(diam)£300-500
284.    A 19TH CENTURY PORCELAIN POSY BASKET of circular form with central arched handle, having a tapering body with removable cover, the raised central aperture surrounded by pierced apertures, all decorated in the Imari style in gilt and red against a white ground, unmarked. 10cm(h)£30-60
285.    A MEISSEN PORCELAIN INK POT AND SAND SHAKER of compressed and lobed baluster form, the shaker central finial surrounded by the perforated surface, the ink pot having a removable flower-form cover, both painted with birds, flowers and insects against a white ground, cross swords mark to base of shaker. 5.5cm(h) x 6.5cm(diam) & 6cm(h) x 6.5cm(diam) £50-80
286.    AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY (1924-34) MEISSEN PORCELAIN INK STAND of oval form, having a domed lift-off cover and removable well, supported by three Egyptian design caryatid uprights with animal paw feet to the circular plinth base, all painted with flowers, insects, gilt borders and high lights, painted blue crossed swords mark to base with dot between the blades. 14cm(h)£50-80
287.    A MEISSEN 'MARCOLINI' PERIOD PORCELAIN FIGURE circa 1773-1814 modelled as a young gentleman in period attire holding a basket of flowers, on a circular base with crossed swords and asterix mark to base. 14.5cm(h)£80-120
288.    SIXTEEN PIECES OF EARLY 19TH CENTURY DAVENPORT TEA WARES comprising four tea cups, four coffee cups, six saucers and two plates, decorated with a central stylised gilt star motif enclosed by moulded and gilt borders, the outer band with moulded flowers against a cobalt ground and interspersed by hand painted foliate reserves, impressed anchor mark to two plates (circa 1820. ) (16)£80-120
289.    AN 18TH CENTURY MARSEILLE 'VEUVE PERRIN' FAIENCE DESK STAND modelled with a gilt enriched lion on a foliate painted mound guarding an armorial shield decorated with the Howard coat of arms, an ink well in the form of a breast plate and hinged helmet with feather plumes, the heavily scrolled pen tray below painted with figures and horses within a country setting, painted 'VP....' mark to base. 18cm(h) x 34cm(w) x 27cm(d)
***This lot belonged to Esme William Howard (first Baron Howard of Penrith) (1864-1939) and his wife Lady Isabella Guistiniani-Bandini (1867-1963) and was removed from Hampton Court to Bushby House on her death.£600-1000
290.    AN ITALIAN MAIOLICA COCKEREL FIGURE modelled looking downwards with tail feathers held high, painted in blues and white, raised on a marble effect plinth in purples and blues, painted Cantagelli type cockerel mark to base. 26cm(h)£100-150
291.    A COLLECTION OF WEYMSS POTTERY TEA WARES comprising a teapot, two cream jugs, a milk jug, sugar bowl, four cups, two saucers, a saucer dish and a beaker.- One small jug, one saucer, one cup and the beaker painted with cherries and foliage, the remaining painted with mature cabbage roses, impressed/painted marks to bases. (13)£100-150
292.    A 19TH CENTURY BLUE AND WHITE PEARL WARE BASKET of oval flared form with applied handles, the interior transfer printed in the willow pattern and enclosed by pierced lattice or basket weave sides topped by a waved rim transfer printed with scrolls and geometric motifs, unmarked. 7.5cm(h) x 22cm(w) x 15cm(d) £80-120
293.    A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY PORCELAIN FIGURES, the first modelled as a young boy leaning against a tree stump dressed in torn clothing and holding a horn, the second a young female holding a vase of fruit and a water jug, both on gilt scrolled circular bases, with underglaze blue mark to underside. 11.5cm(h)£80-120
294.    A PAIR OF EARLY 19TH CENTURY OCTAGONAL FLOW-BLUE PLATES of dished form, transfer printed in underglaze blue with a typical chinoiserie scene within foliate and geometric borders, printed leaf mark to base. 22.5cm(diam)£30-50
295.    A PAIR OF RARE 18TH CENTURY 'DELFT' TIN-GLAZED EARTHENWARE VASES of double skinned reticulated form, having short raised necks over the baluster body moulded with scrolling cartouchés within the reticulated lattice ground, raised on a stepped circular foot, one undecorated, the other with cartouchés, base and neck painted in puce with flowers, the lattice ground with flower heads in blue and yellow, indistinct puce mark to undecorated vase. 25cm(h) £200-300
296.    AN 18TH CENTURY POTTERY FROG MUG of large proportions and cylindrical form with loop handle and moulded internal frog, the exterior transfer printed with a farm scene(possibly American settlers). 15cm(h)£150-200
297.    TWELVE PIECES OF ROYAL CROWN DERBY COFFEE WARES comprising six cups and six saucers of typical form and decorated in the 2451 Imari pattern, printed iron red marks to base along with date code for 1901. (12) £100-150
298.    A VICTORIAN STAFFORDSHIRE POTTERY WATER JUG of tapering cylindrical form with short spout and applied loop handle, the body transfer printed with a political cartoon entitled 'Cutting His Spurs', the reverse with the British, German, French and Italian flags and a banner reading 'For Right And Liberty'. 18.5cm(h)£60-80
299.    A CHINESE EXPORT ARMORIAL SAUCE BOAT of oval form with waved rim, scrolling loop handle and pronounced spout, raised on an oval foot, the interior painted with a gilt border and armorial crest with title banner 'Revirescit' in polychrome enamels, the exterior with a foliate band. 10cm(h) x 21.5cm(L) x 10.5cm(w)£50-80
300.    A HARRY JUNIPER 'BIDEFORD POTTERY' JUG of bulbous form with raised rim, short spout and scrolled loop handle, the body moulded with ripples and decorated with graffito incised slip depicting a sailing boat, the banner below reading 'Ketch"Margaret "Appled ore' the makers name and date 1974 also incised to the base of the handle. 16cm(h) £30-50
301.    A LARGE RELIEF MOULDED 1855 PARIS EXHIBITION 'ARMS OF ALL NATIONS' STONE WARE JUG 19th century, of stepped cylindrical form with waved rim, generous spout and scrolling strap handle, the body profusely moulded with armorial crests of the countries exhibiting, possibly Alcock but unmarked. 37cm(h)£80-120
302.    A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY BLOOR DERBY VASES of ovoid form with short flared neck and loop handle to each side, the cobalt blue body hand decorated with an oval floral cartouché within a gilt surround, printed iron red factory mark to base. 10cm(h)£150-200
303.    A PAIR OF CARLTON WARE CHINOISERIE PATTERN VASES of canted square section form with flared rim and spreading base, the body decorated in gilt and polychrome enamels with a chinoiserie scene of boats, bridges, pagodas, blossoms and figures against a cobalt blue ground, printed blue factory mark to base. 24cm(h)£200-250
304.    A LARGE 19TH CENTURY MAIOLICA URN of tapering and shouldered circular form with coiled serpent handles and moulded mask ornaments, the body painted with classical figures, mermaids and cherubs in a coastal setting, raised on a pedestal formed as fish with upturned tails, on a circular base, unmarked. 36.5cm(h) x 36cm(w)£200-250
305.    A LATE 19TH CENTURY SILVER MOUNTED POTTERY MATCH STRIKER of globular form having a textured buff coloured body with raised rim and hand beaten silver mount marked Barrett & Sons, Birmingham 1889, printed S and S trade mark to base. 4.5cm(h)£20-30
306.    TWO 19TH CENTURY BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFER PRINTED ASHETTES, the first of rounded and dished rectangular form with flared rim, the interior transfer printed in blue with the Italian Lakes pattern with figures playing musical instruments and dancing at the waters edge with opulent buildings, all within foliate and scrolled borders with figural reserves, the reverse with printed blue J &M.P.B&CO factory mark and impressed JB within a bell motif, circa 1881, 51cm(w) x 43cm(d); the second of smaller but near matching form, the interior printed in the Verona pattern with classical figures in a garden landscape, enclosed by foliate and scrolled borders with figural reserves, the reverse printed with D Methven & Sons manufactures mark (Kirkcaldy pottery Fifeshire) mid 19th century. 34cm(w) x 30cm(d) £100-150
307.    AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFER PRINTED TWIN HANDLED AND SPOUTED BOWL by David Dunderdale & Co, Castleford Pottery, Yorkshire, of rounded and dished rectangular form with everted rim, integral spout and carrying handles to each side, the interior transfer printed in underglaze blue with a Willow type pattern of ruined buildings, figures and trees, the booge with a foliate border, impressed marks to base. 6cm(h) x 41cm(w) x 29cm(d)£30-50
308.    A DANISH POTTERY BUST of an elderly woman with stern facial expression wearing ribboned bonnet, marked 'Denmark' to base along with Vienna style impressed mark and remains of old label. 10cm(h)£40-80
309.    TWO ROYAL COPENHAGEN HAND DECORATED FIGURES designed by Carl Martin Hansen for the Danish National Costume Series, both of young girls seated with flowers and dressed in National costume, painted and impressed marks to base, named Slesvig and Faro. 10cm(h)£80-120
310.    A KESWICK SCHOOL OF INDUSTRIAL ARTS (K.S.I.A.) COPPER CHAMBER CANDLESTICK, the dished circular drip tray with rolled rim, loop handle and embossed band of stylised butterflies, centered by the raised plain column stamped KSIA and dished sconce. 4cm(h) x 17cm(w) x 15cm(d)£100-150
311.    A GROUP OF FOUR KESWICK SCHOOL OF INDUSTRIAL ARTS (KSIA) STAYBRITE SPOONS/LADELS comprising two sauce ladles with dished circular bowls planished to the reverse, the slender stems with planished terminals, both stamped 'Keswick', and two sundae spoons with shallow oval bowls and planished slender stems, one marked 'Keswick' the other 'KSIA Firth Staybrite Keswick'. (4)£30-50
312.    A 'DSCG' DUCHESS OF SUTHERLAND CRIPPLES GUILD SILVER PLATED BOWL of circular form with flattened rim, enclosing a planished booge and central embossed laurel leaf band, the base stamped 'DSCG' under a coronet. 31.5cm(diam)£100-150
313.    A PAIR OF FRENCH ART DECO BRONZE, IVORY AND MARBLE BOOKENDS by Roland, Paris, modelled as a seated Princess and Court Jester, with carved ivory faces and patinated bronze bodies seated against the polished veined black marble base and upright. 14cm(h) x 15cm(L) x 7cm(d)£1400-1800
314.    A WMF PLATE AND BLUE GLASS FIGURAL VASE formed as a woodland nymph beside an ivy clad tree stump, the cylindrical blue glass vase with flared and shaped rim over enamelled ferns and foliage, all on a scrolling circular base with four scroll feet, marked 'WMF I/O *'. 33cm(h) x 17cm(w)
*** the '*' mark may indicate an export or special production piece.£150-200
315.    AN ART NOUVEAU WMF COPPER AND BRASS VASE of spreading cylindrical form having a rolled rim and planished body hand worked with stylised fruiting branch decoration and sinuous brass handles, the circular base marked with 'Ostrich' lozenge and numbers 88. 26.5cm(h) x 17.5cm(w)£60-80
316.    A KESWICK SCHOOL OF INDUSTRIAL ARTS (KSIA) COPPER TRAY of oblong form ,the raised and rolled rim enclosing the central embossed stylised floral decoration, stamped KSIA. 2cm(h) x 53.5cm(w) x 24.5cm(d)£120-180
317.    A GERMAN ARTS AND CRAFTS BRASS WALL SCONCE, the canted rectangular back plate with embossed beaded rim tear drop decoration, the convex centre issuing a two branch sconces with planished drip trays, the reverse stamped 'Garantiert 95 Handarbeit'. 40cm(h) x 32.5cm(w) £50-80
318.    AN ARTS AND CRAFTS ADJUSTABLE BRASS PEDESTAL LECTERN or bible stand, the sloping rectangular rest with pierced flower head motifs and central engraved cross with initials IHS, on an adjustable central pole with three hand beaten stylised scrolling foliate brackets, raised on a turned spreading circular base with three animal paw feet. 141cm(h) £200-300
319.    AN ART DECO STYLE CHROME AND ACRYLIC LIGHT FITTING having a central chrome stem with graduating clear acrylic discs, the larger disc issuing three outswept branches finishing with a clear disc and chrome fitting. 52cm(h)£100-150
320.    AN ART NOUVEAU COPPER AND BRASS COAL BIN of tapering square section form, the square panelled top with riveted brass edge enclosing the foliate embossed copper panel centred by a brass stylised foliate handle, the panelled body with embossed stylised trees and applied brass carrying handles, raised on flared bracket feet. 365cm(h) x 42cm(w)£80-120
321.    AN ART DECO BRONZE FIGURE of a young girl seated on a naturalistically carved marble base. 22cm(h)£300-400
322.    W.H MAWSON (KSIA KESWICK) ARTS AND CRAFTS COPPER TRAY of rectangular form with shallow raised and rolled rim enclosing a band of embossed stylised pansies, marked 'WH Mawson' and 'Keswick'. 2cm(h) x 48cm(w) x 33.5cm(d)£200-300
323.    A PAIR OF CHINESE PAINTINGS en grisaille, on silk, one depicting an oriental hilly landscape with cataract and pagoda, the other a European naval battle scene, within gilt slips and grained oak frames. £100-200
324.    A CHINESE FAMILLE NOIRE RETICULATED VASE, the short flared neck and tapering square section body decorated with moulded reticulated and hand painted panels of warriors and figures in varying scenes, impressed Ch'ien Lung type seal mark to base. 50cm(h)£400-600
325.    AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY JAPANESE CARVED BAMBOO WALKING CANE having a root-stump 'handle' and cylindrical shaft carved with a snake climbing to attack a bird and monkey. 87cm(L)£60-100
326.    A CHINESE MILLEFIORE BOTTLE VASE, the cylindrical neck and globular body profusely decorated with flowers and blossoms in polychrome enamels, painted iron red Ch'ien Lung type seal mark to base. 37cm(h)£300-500
327.    A PAIR OF CHINESE PORCELAIN CHARGERS of dished circular form profusely decorated in polychrome enamels with a five-toed dragon and phoenix against a milliefiore ground, iron red Ch'ien Lung type seal mark to base enclosed by a double foot rim and painted scrolling foliate designs to the exterior. 38.5cm(diam)£500-800
328.    A PAIR OF JAPANESE SILK EMBROIDERED PICTURES both depicting a winter woodland scene at sunset with trees and pagodas, within a gilt card mount and moulded gilt frame under glass. 30cm(h) x 23cm(w)£80-120
329.    A SMALL 20TH CENTURY ENAMELLED VASE of baluster form having a female figure in cloisonné type enamel against a light blue field with coiled dragon in yellow, red and blue, indistinct mark to base. 9cm(h)£20-40
330.    AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY JAPANESE POLISHED BRONZE HAND MIRROR of circular form, cast in relief with cranes, turtle and blossoming tree, with character marks, the oblong handle with remains of original binding. 23cm(L) £50-80
331.    TWENTY PIECES OF CHINESE FAMILLE NOIRE PORCELAIN WARES comprising four spoons, three tea bowls, six saucer dishes, four larger bowls and three dishes, all highly decorated in green with foliate scrolls against a black ground, the exterior painted in iron red with fruit bats, painted blue six character Ch'ien Lung type reign mark to base, similar in red to spoons. (20)£100-150
332.    TWO 19TH CENTURY CHINESE FAMILLE VERTE TEAPOTS each of globular form with domed finial topped covers, painted with figural and floral reserves against a scrolling green ground with insects, unmarked. 9cm(h) & 8cm(h)£60-100
333.    AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY JAPANESE BRONZE VESSEL of compressed ovoid form with two handles cast as pine cones, unmarked. 8.5cm(h) x 13cm(w)£50-80
334.    A CHINESE EXPORT BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN GUGLET of baluster form, having a moulded rim with diaper band, the body hand decorated in underglaze blue with pagodas, bridges, trees and figures, raised upon a circular foot, unmarked. 26.5cm(h) £60-100
335.    A CHINESE EXPORT DESK STAND of rectangular form, the raised oblong back with later hinged cover decorated with birds and insects among blossoms, the galleried section housing a square section ink pot and sander, each with nicely decorated panels and flanking a now depleted central section, unmarked. 6.5cm(h) x 20cm(w) x 10cm(d)£60-100
336.    A LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY CHINESE EMBROIDERED BANNER AND OVERSKIRT, the banner of oblong form centred by a red ground profusely worked in gold threads with pheonix and chrysanthemums or lotus flowers, all between floral borders and tassels to each end. 234cm(L) x 34cm(d), the embroidered silk overskirt with multiple coloured silk leaves embroidered with polychrome, gold and silver threads with dragons, birds, blossoms and insects. £200-300
337.    A 19TH CENTURY SILVER INLAID BRONZE DISH of shallow dished circular form profusely inlaid in silver with foliage, animals and birds. 17.5cm(d)£60-100
338.    A PAIR OF JAPANESE CLOISONNE PLATES of dished circular form decorated with chrysanthemums and insects against a blue ground and within a serrated border, the blue enamelled underside with short circular foot. 24cm£200-250
339.    A MEIJI PERIOD JAPANESE LACQUERED IVORY TUSK VASE of cylindrical form, decorated in gilt and hiramaki lacquer with rocks, trees, blossoms and perched song bird, raised on a domed hardwood base with four slender inward turned feet. 18.5cm(h)£80-100
340.    AN EARLY CHINESE CARVED WOODEN FIGURE of a nobleman, wearing a traditional hat and floral decorated robes, raised on an integral circular base. 31cm(h) £100-150
341.    A CHINESE CARVED STONE FIGURE OF BUDDHA modelled seated and crossed legged on a petal carved throne with flame or sun burst back, the reverse carved with Chinese text, raised on a carved hardwood stand. 27cm(h) x 15.5cm(w)£60-80
342.    A SMALL CHINESE CLOISONNE ENAMEL DISH of shaped circular form enamelled with lilies and blossoms against a cobalt blue ground, the underside with 'scales'. 15cm(diam)£60-100
343.    A JAPANESE BRONZED MODEL OF A CARP 20th century, naturalistically modelled, the fins and tail forming the 'feet', moulded character marks to base. 15cm(L)£100-150
344.    A CHINESE CELEDON GLAZED BULB OR CROCUS BOWL of circular form with short, raised and everted rim, the bulbous body decorated with incised clouds, the interior and base with unglazed centre, raised on three simple feet .11.5cm(h) x 27cm(diam)£200-300
345.    A GROUP OF THREE 19TH CENTURY JAPANESE CARVED IVORY MACAQUE MONKEYS nicely carved and modelled in various poses, one holding and beating a drum, one with hands held to its ears and one covering its eyes with one hand, the drummer with signature to base, all resting on a carved and tapering hardwood plinth. 6.5cm(h) & 5.5cm(h) & 5cm(h)£600-800
346.    A 19TH/20TH CENTURY CHINESE CARVED IVORY FIGURE of a seated bald and bearded gentleman with cheerful expression , raised on an applied base with incised seal mark to underside. 11cm(h)£250-300
347.    A 19TH/20TH CENTURY CHINESE CARVED IVORY FIGURE of a robed and seated sage holding a manuscript, raised on an applied base, incised seal mark to underside. 13.5cm(h) £300-400
348.    A JAPANESE WHITE METAL AND BAMBOO OPIUM PIPE of typical form with turned and faceted white metal mounts engraved with foliate detail and script, 19.5cm(L), held within a slender lacquered case with takamaki figures against a black ground 22cm(L); sold together with a Japanese brass and bamboo opium pipe of similar form with shaped and carved bone stand. 20cm(L) & 19cm(L) (2)£150-200
349.    AN 18TH/19TH CENTURY CHINESE INK POT of square form, the slightly domed top decorated with a landscape and centred by a raised aperture, the sides decorated with stylised flowers and geometric panels, the concave unglazed base unmarked. 5cm(h) x 7cm(w) £150-200
350.    A CARVED IVORY OKIMONO formed as a women and her three children, engraved and stained decoration to their garments, unsigned. 7cm(h)£100-150
351.    A CARVED IVORY OKIMONO of a sage and seated young boy with engraved foliate detail to their garments, signed to base. 8cm(h)£120-180
352.    A LATE 19TH CENTURY IVORY NETSUKE carved in the form of a skull with snake immerging from an eye socket. 4cm(h)£60-100
353.    A PAIR OF JAPANESE SHIBAYAMA INLAID IVORY BEZIQUE OR WHIST MARKERS, Meiji period 1868-1912, the platform decorated in natural and stained mother-of-pearl with blossoms, each marker decorated with various insects. 9cm(L) x 6cm(w)£400-500
354.    TWO CHINESE CARVED HORN PENDANTS, the first of rectangular form having a scrolling surmount with pierced hole and panel carved with a figure and bat against a stylised ground. 7cm(h) x 5cm(w); the second of shaped rectangular form with a panel carved with a mythical beast, the opposing side carved with Chinese text. 6.5cm(h) x 5cm(w)£60-100
355.    AN EARLY CHINESE BRONZE MODEL possibly early 18th century, of a figure punting a bamboo raft with bird perched to the front, the rectangular base raised on four ball feet, the space between raft top and base possibly for incense burning. 11.5cm(h) x 14cm(L) x 4cm(d)£250-300
356.    AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY CHINESE CARVED DRAGON BOAT having a large dragon head bow and ten carved crew, two beating drums, two sails and a flag, raised on a small carved hardwood stand. 19cm(L); sold together with a Chinese carved ivory tusk, depicting a troop of five graduating elephants, raised on a carved hard wood stand. 31cm(L)£80-100
357.    THREE JAPANESE LACQUERED TRAYS of square form with rounded corners, one large and two small, each having a raised gallery enclosing an interior of birds amongst foliage. (3) 6.5cm(h) x 60cm(w) & 5cm(h) x 42cm(w) & 5cm(h) x 40cm(w)£80-120
358.    THREE CHINESE HARDWOOD DISPLAY STANDS having a central 'swastika' style arrangement of open shelving with pierced uprights, on a short carved support and platform base with bracket type feet. 54cm(h) x 45cm(w) x 11cm(d)£80-120
359.    A JAPANSESE SCHOOL WATERCOLOUR ON SILK depicting two koi carp, signed with character marks, in a modern moulded frame, under glass. 66cm(h) x 49cm(w)£30-40
360.    A PAIR OF FRAMED HAND DECORATED ISLAMIC BOOK FRAGMENTS each painted in watercolours and gilt with a central rectangular panel depicting holy figures, all enclosed by figural reserves, the reverse with hand written Islamic text, mounted within modern moulded frames under glass. 20cm(h) x 36cm(w)£300-400
361.    AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY CHINESE SILK AND VELVET EMBROIDERED CUSHION of oval form decorated in gold and silver threads with a dragon among blue clouds, all against a yellow ground. 37cm(L) x 29cm(d)£150-200
362.    A GROUP OF CHINESE EMBROIDERED CUFFS AND PECTORAL BADGES comprising ten pairs of cuffs and ten badges, each embroidered in polychrome threads with birds and animals among clouds within key type borders and against a black field. (20) £400-500
363.    TWO CHINESE CELADON GLAZED BOWLS possibly Song Dynasty, each of dished circular form with incised floral decoration to the booge, raised on a short circular unglazed foot. 8cm(h) x 18cm(d)£80-120
364.    AN ORIENTAL FIGURAL CARVED WALRUS TUSK formed as an eagle-headed sailing vessel carrying six various caricature figures. (A/F). 16cm long.£120-180
365.    AN INDIAN CARVED IVORY GANESH FIGURE carved seated in a typical pose, mounted to a shaped hardwood stand 11.5cm(h)£50-80
366.    A FINE QUALITY RECTANGULAR CHINESE LACQUER TEA CONTAINER decorated on all sides with birds and insects amongst blossoms and foliage in gold, red and silver, the circular lid with phoenix and dragon. 19th century. 23cm(h) x 13cm(w)£200-300
367.    A RARE CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE VASE AND COVER of squat baluster form decorated with blossom, foliage and cartouchés containing gardeners and banana leaves, the octagonal foot with six character mark of Chia-Ching (1522-1566). 30cm(h) £1000-2000
368.    A CHINESE HARDSTONE PLAQUE carved with a starling alighting on a peony plant issuing from rockwork, the peony blossoms skillfully worked from the white inclusions against a dark back ground, inscribed on the rockwork with characters and seal mark, also inscribed to the reverse in ink (in English) 'To my dear teacher, your student Liang Chen Chung' 18th/19th century. 22cm x 15cm £600-800
369.    A RARE CHINESE LACQUERED ROOT-WOOD SAGE'S STAFF, the head with an immortal astride a scaly dragon and holding a peach. 17th/18th century 132cm(L) £2000-2500
370.    AN ORIENTAL WHITE METAL SERVING STAND AND COVER hand planished and decorated with repoussé designs of lobed and floral panels, the platter removable from the stand for transportation, early 19th century. 35cm(h) x 38cm(w) £250-350
371.    A COLD PAINTED SPELTER SAINT BERNARD FIGURE, 20th century, cast and painted with inset glass eyes. 17cm(h) x 28cm(L)£40-60
372.    AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY PATINATED SPELTER BIRD naturalistically cast in the form of a nesting bird, unmarked. 10cm(L)£50-80
373.    A COLLECTION OF FIFTY 19TH CENTURY 'GRAND TOUR' PLASTER CAMEO MEDALLIONS of varying size depicting various classical scenes and figures, each bound in yellow paper and numbered, housed in a two-layer box bearing a printed label inscribed Chez Thomas Cade's Graveur en Pierres fines, Rue du Cours No 436 au Second etage a Rome' with further inscription in French below, the box also containing a hand written catalogue of contents entitled 'Catalogo 1 Gemme Antiche'. £300-500
374.    A COLD PAINTED BRONZE INK OR PIPE STAND modelled as a pug standing on its hind legs with paws outstretched beside an open leather bag, all upon a fringed rug, the underside marked 'Geschutzt, Oesterresch, Deutschland, England, Bergm' alongside a registration type lozenge. 12.5cm(h) x 19cm(w) x 15cm(d)£150-200
375.    AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY CARVED IVORY FIGURE of a nude female, her arms raised to adjust her hair, on a circular base and octagonal spreading wooden plinth. 23cm(h) £300-400
376.    A 19TH CENTURY BRASS AND ENAMEL INK STAND in the form of an ornately scrolled writing desk, the hinged, rounded rectangular top having a shaped, pierced and raised back with cherub crest, the enamelled 'skiver' decorated in polychrome with a young couple and sheep at a river bank, in a moulded foliate scroll surround, the scroll engraved platform having two removable brass topped glass wells, the shaped and scroll moulded apron centred by a small enamelled plaque depicting a resting female, raised on four scrolling legs linked by a conforming X-form stretcher. 19cm(h) x 13cm(w) x 10cm(d)£300-400
377.    A CAST BRONZE FIGURE GROUP of two young children resting against a rocky mound, signed F Lessore, raised on a square black and green marble plinth. 14cm(h) x 10cm(w)£100-150
378.    A 20TH CENTURY CAST BRONZE FIGURE of an 18th century lady dressed in period attire, playing a guitar, moulded signature 'Meier' to base. 30cm(h)£250-300
379.    A CARVED OAK TABLEAU modelled as a young boy playfully tugging at the ear of his trusting dog, on an oval base with notch carved border and stipple carved title 'Eye To Eye', stamped J. Izzard. 39cm(h) x 39cm(w) x 29cm(d)£100-200
380.    AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY SPELTER FIGURE of a young girl dressed in a kimono, one arm held aloft, raised on a natural rock crystal base and further rectangular ebonised platform. 45cm(h)£400-500
381.    A LATE 19TH CENTURY CAST BRONZE RAMS HEAD naturalistically modelled and well cast, raised on a rectangular plinth with turned bone feet. 30cm(w) x 19cm(h) £150-250
382.    A GROUP OF FOUR POLYNESIAN SHARK TOOTH SWORDS each having a wooden core with applied shark teeth to the edge, a woven handle, one having a curved guard (4)£80-120
383.    A PAIR OF NORTH (NATIVE) AMERICAN DEER SKIN MOCCASINS of typical form decorated with applied stylised floral bead work £200-300
384.    A WEST AFRICAN BENIN BRONZE HEAD of a Queen with stylised features and full conical woven head dress and collar. 41.5cm(h)£60-100
385.    A CARVED HARDWOOD WEST AFRICAN BOWL of dished cylindrical form the exterior carved with stylised birds, raised on two leopard form supports with a circular base. 39cm(h) x 20cm(w) sold together with a Cameroon Grasslands carved hardwood stool, having a dished circular top supported on a lattice of carved animal masks, on a circular base. 42cm(h) x 28cm(w) £50-80
386.    A GEORGE III MAHOGANY NEEDLEWORK BOX of hinged rectangular form, box wood strung lid enclosing the sectioned interior with two removable trays, the facia with plain base drawer, each side fitted with brass bale carrying handles. 16cm(h) x 36cm(w) x 24cm(d)£80-120
387.    A 19TH CENTURY ANGLO-INDIAN SANDALWOOD AND IVORY VENEER WRITING SLOPE most probably Vizigapatam, of rectangular form having an oblong hinged top enclosing various fitted compartments, the rectangular slope opens to reveal the blue velvet writing surface, the exterior with ivory veneers highly engraved with bands of stylised flowers, the interior with ebony and conforming ivory borders. 11.5cm(h) x 36.5cm(w) x 256cm(d)£300-500
388.    A 19TH CENTURY ANGLO-INDIAN IVORY VENEER ON SANDALWOOD WRITING PAD of hinged rectangular form decorated with ivory veneer, sandalwood and Sadeli mosaic in a sun or star burst design within a Sadeli mosaic border, the interior with double purple baize writing surface. 2.5cm(h) x 26.5cm(w) x 20.5cm(d)£60-100
389.    A VICTORIAN INLAID PAPIER MACHÉ WORK BOX of hinged rectangular form, the cover's central raised rectangular section inlaid with abalone shell and painted to form a floral spray, with an abalone and gilt foliate border, the cover lifting to reveal the removable sectioned interior, the body painted in gilt with scrolling ornaments. 12.5cm(h) x 25cm(w) x 18.5cm(d)£80-120
390.    AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY JAPANESE INLAID BLACK LACQUERED BOX of hinged rectangular form, the top having a large central oval cartouché highly inlaid with mother-of-pearl to depict a coastal settlement within a narrow border, surrounded by inlaid flowers and birds within a further foliate border, the body inlaid with conforming flowers and birds. 12cm(h) x 42cm(w) x 30cm(d)£60-100
391.    A CONTINENTAL 19TH CENTURY CARVED OAK BOX of square form, having a moulded hinged top carved and pierced with foliate scrolls above four relief panels carved with religious and classical scenes, on a moulded base. 17cm(h) x 24cm(w) £50-80
392.    A 19TH CENTURY INLAID ROSEWOOD SEWING BOX of hinged rectangular form, the cover having marquetry inlaid decoration of a three masted ship in a geometric and herring bone inlaid border, opens to reveal a removable sectioned tray and storage space, the body with inlaid burr wood panels with inlaid borders. 11.5cm(h) x 28cm(w) x 20.5cm(d)£300-350
393.    AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY GILT BRASS BOX of rounded hinged square form, the cover having a central roundal moulded with a classical robed female beside a burning urn surrounded by a textured ground with foliate sprigs, the rim moulded with acanthus scrolls to each corner, the box with material lined interior, the body moulded with a continuous band of scrolls and foliate ornaments, on a rope-twist and bead moulded base, the underside marked Ovington, New York, France. 7cm(h) x 15.5cm(w)£80-100
394.    AN IMPRESSIVE VICTORIAN POLLARD OAK WRITING BOX of rectangular form, the slightly domed top and facia having pierced and engraved gilt brass stylised cross strap hinges, the top lifting and the facia falling to reveal various stationery compartments, a flight of three small drawers, a sprung base drawer with ink wells and pen compartment and a folding writing slope with tooled black leather skiver, each side with pierced and shaped carrying handle, the engraved lock marked Braman London, raised on a slender platform base. 28cm(h) x 42cm(w) x 22.5cm(d) £400-500
395.    A VICTORIAN BRASS BOUND ROSEWOOD BOX of domed and hinged rectangular form , the top having a pierced foliate scroll cartouché between riveted foliate scroll engraved straps, the body with similar escutcheon and straps. 11.5cm(h) x 15.5cm(w) x 13cm(d)£30-50
396.    TWO 19TH CENTURY TURNED LIGNUM VITAE STRING BOXES both having turned screw-off covers with central aperture over plain cylindrical bodies, one with turned circular base, the other with hexagonal base. 14.5cm(h) x 11cm(w) & 13cm(h) x 11cm(w)£100-150
397.    A CHINESE CLOISONNE ENAMEL BOX of hinged rectangular form enamelled with blossoms against an iridescent blue ground and within scrolled and scaled borders. 7cm(h) x 16cm(w) x 8.5cm(d)£120-180
398.    A 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL ORMOLU BOX of hinged rectangular form, the cover centred by a circular Limoge type ceramic plaque painted with a young couple in the grounds of a country house, within a blue border with gilt sprays, all enclosed by an acorn and leaf moulded surround and applied pierced and engraved foliate scrolls, the top opening by button release to reveal the material lined interior, the facia, sides and back having conforming applied scroll decoration, raised on a slender plinth base. 13.5cm(h) x 20.5cm(w) x 12cm(d)£600-800
399.    A 19TH CENTURY ANGLO-INDIAN IVORY VENEER ON SANDALWOOD BOX of hinged rectangular form decorated with ivory veneer and sandalwood in a sun or star burst design intersected by bands of sardeli mosaic roundels, the box housing a set of bone dominoes. 5cm(h) x 28cm(w) x 10cm(d) £100-150
400.    A 19TH CENTURY ANGLO-INDIAN IVORY AND SANDALWOOD JEWELLERY BOX of rectangular form, the hinged top with tapered sides decorated with bands of highly pierced fretted ivory, the edges with ivory straps, the fitted removable tray with various sections, the body with conforming fretted panels, raised on carved animal paw feet. 7.5cm(h) x 19cm(w) x 14cm(d)£200-250
401.    A RUSSIAN LACQUERED BOX of hinged rectangular form, the cover hand painted with a view of the Kremlin Clock Tower from Red Square, indistinctly signed. 4cm(h) x 13cm(w) x 8.5cm(d)£30-50
402.    AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY BOX of rectangular form, the sliding top with sunken bead moulded panel centred by an oblong cartouché with quadrant corners and engraved with owner's name 'Jessie Mann' over a ring moulded frieze and plain body, raised on a plinth base. 11cm(h) x 25cm(w) x 12cm(d) £60-80
403.    A VICTORIAN BRASS INLAID ROSEWOOD SEWING BOX of hinged rectangular form, the top centred by a shaped scrolling brass cartouché engraved with initials JR and enclosed by a foliate scroll border and brass banded edge, the top lifting to reveal a removable tray, the body with conforming inlay, the sides with inset carrying handles. 12cm(h) x 30.5cm(w) x 21.5cm(d)£150-200
404.    AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY PARQUETRY INLAID MAHOGANY BOX of hinged rectangular form inlaid with a mosaic of various wood samples, on a plinth base with block feet, the underside stamped 'R & J Price Makers Scotland 1927'. 7.5cm(h) x 20.5cm(w) x 10cm(d)£30-40
405.    A VICTORIAN INLAID ROSEWOOD SEWING BOX of hinged rectangular form, the top having a central lozenge form cartouché inlaid with mother-of-pearl and abalone shell, opens to reveal the removable tray and various sewing items, the body having a conforming lozenge form escutcheon. 12cm(h) x 27.5cm(w) x 19.5cm(d) £30-40
406.    A 19TH CENTURY TUNBRIDGE WARE ROSEWOOD BOX of rectangular form, the hinged top having a central rectangular panel inlaid in the typical style with a floral garland and a continuous floral border, the hinged fall-front facia with scrolling foliate decoration, all enclosing the material interior. 6.5cm(h) x 25cm(w) x 10cm(d); sold together with a 19th Century Tunbridge Ware cribbage board with central inlaid foliate embellishment in scoring apertures, raised on brass ball feet. 25.5cm(L) x 7.5cm(w)£80-100
407.    A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY TEA CADDY of sarcophagus form, the hinged top opening to reveal two rectangular caddies with hinged covers, centred by an associated glass mixing bowl, the tapering body raised on a moulded platform and four turned feet. 20cm(h) x 34cm(w) x 19cm(d)£60-100
408.    A 19TH CENTURY WALNUT WRITING SLOPE of hinged rectangular form, the top having a central circular brass cartouché with engraved rope twist band, the top lifting to reveal an ebonised interior with velvet skiver and tooled black leather surround, a pen tray, ink well and storage, all over a plain facia with circular brass escutcheon. 17cm(h) x 35cm(w) x 24cm(d)£60-80
409.    A VICTORIAN BRASS BOUND WALNUT WRITING SLOPE of hinged rectangular form, the top having a rectangular brass cartouché, brass straps and corners, the top lifting to reveal the ebonised interior, tooled black leather skiver, pen tray and ink bottles. 17.5cm(h) x 45cm(w) x 25.5cm(d)£150-200
410.    WHITE'S FARRIERY, A TREATISE ON VETERINARY MEDICINE volume II, by James White, veterinary surgeon, late of The First or Royal Dragoons, fifth edition, printed for Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown and Green; Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy Sherwood, Gilbert, and Piper; G.B Whittaker; T.Tegg; Simkin and Marshall; and Hurst, Robinson and Co. Printed by C Baldwin, New Bridge Street, London 1826, tan half leather with marbled boards, hand written ownership inscription 'Joseph Carlisle Veterinary Surgeon, Wigton, May 19th 1833. 18.5cm(h) x 11.5cm(w)£50-80
411.    A GROUP OF FOUR MEDICAL BOOKS comprising 'A Short Practice of Surgery' by Hamilton Bailey and McNeill Love, 11th edition, printed by H.K Lewis & Co Ltd, 'An Introduction To The History of Medicine' by Fielding H Garrison, A.B., M.D, printed by W.B Saunders Company 1914, and volumes I and II of 'Dermochromes' by Professor Jacobi of Freiburg, English adaptation by J.J Pringle, M.B, F.R.C.P, second editions printed by Rebman Limited 129 Shaftsbury Avenue, Cambridge Circus W.C London, and 10 West 23rd Street, Corner of 5th Avenue, New York. £60-100
412.    BIRDS IN BRITAIN TODAY their status & distribution by Geoffrey.C.S.Ingram & H.Morrey Salmon, illustrated by sixty-five photographs of fifty species by the authors, printed by Ivor Nicholson & Watson Ltd, 44 Essex Street, Strand, London, W.C.2, 1934, pictorial cloth bound boards. £20-30
413.    A LATE 16TH CENTURY 'BREECHES' BIBLE printed by Christopher Barker, London 1584, old and new testaments, within full leather boards. 22cm x 16cm£200-400
414.    THE PRACTICAL DECORATOR AND ORNAMENTIST for the use of architects, painters, decorators and designers, by George Ashdown Audsley F.R.I.B.A, folio parts 1-12 and part 14, each containing chromolithograph plates and text, published for subscribers only by Blackie & Son Limited 17 Stanhope Street, Glasgow. £400-600
415.    THE FARMER OF INGLEWOOD FOREST or an affecting portrait of virtue and vice by Elizabeth Helme, author of Louisa, The Cottage on the Moor, Duncan and Peggy, St Clare of The Isles, four volumes in one, fourth edition, printed by Mackenzie and Dent, St Nicholas Churchyard, Newcastle upon Tyne 1820, calf covered boards. 22cm(h) x 14cm(w)£60-100
416.    A DEFENCE OF THE CHURCH-GOVERNMENT, FAITH, WORSHIP & SPIRIT OF THE PRESBYTERIANS in answer to a late book entitled, An Apology for Mr Thomas Rhind, or an account of the manner how and the reasons for which he separated from the Presbyterian Party and embrace the communion of the church, by John Anderson M.A Minister of the Gospel in Dumbarton, printed by Hugh Brown, Glasgow 1714, tooled leather covered boards. 22.5cm(h) x 17.5cm(w)£100-150
417.    JOURNAL OF THE LIFE, TRAVELS AND GOSPEL OF THAT FAITHFUL SERVANT AND MINISTER OF CHRIST by Job Scott, re-printed for and sold by W. Leicester, Warrington 1798, within leather covered boards. 18cm(h) x 12cm(w)£60-100
418.    THE ROYAL ENGLISH DICTIONARY or a treasury of the English language, by D Fenning, printed for L Hawes and Co. T Caslon, S Crowder, Robinson and Roberts, B Collins and A Hamilton, London June 1771 (price bound six shillings) within leather covered boards. 21.5cm(h) x 14.5cm(w)£100-150
419.    A SYSTEM OF GEOGRAPHY for the use of schools and private students, on a new and easy plan from the latest and best authorities, including also the Elements of Astronomy, by Thomas Ewing, thirteenth edition, published by Oliver & Boyd, Tweeddale Court and Simpkin & Marshall, London 1830, within leather covered boards. 19cm(h) x 12cm(w)£40-60
420.    STATUTE OF KING GEORGE Anno Regi Georgii Regis Magna Brittania, Francia, & Hibernia Primo, at the Parliment begun and Holden at Westminster the seventeenth day of March, Anno Dom 1714, printed by John Baskett, printer to the Kings most Excellent Majesty, and by the assigns of Thomas Newcomb and Henry Hills (Deceas'd), London 1715, within tooled leather covered boards. 28.5cm(h) x 20cm(w)£200-400
421.    THE GENTLEMAN GARDENER Instructed in sewing, planting, pruning and grafting seeds, plants, flowers and trees, also in the manner of making wines from the fruits of the garden and management of bees, to which is added The Gardeners Kalendar, by The Reverand, Mr Stevenson, of East-Redford, Nottinghamshire, the seventh edition, printed for J Hinton, at the King's-Arms, in Pater-noster-row, London 1766, within leather covered boards 17.5cm(h) x 11cm(w)£200-300
422.    THE LUBRICATIONS OF ISAAC BICKERSTAFF ESQ revised and corrected by the author, Vol 1, printed for E Nutt, J Knapton, B Sprint, D Midwinter and A Ward, J Tonson, R Gosling, W Innys and R Manby, J Osborn and T Longman, R Robinson, B Motte and H Lintot, London 1733, within tooled leather covered boards. 17cm(h) x 11cm(w)£40-60
423.    THE HOUSE AT POOH CORNER by A. A Milne, signed by the author in ink to title page, published by Methuen & Co Ltd, 36 Essex Street, London W.C, printed by Jarrold and Sons Ltd, Norwich, first printed 1928, bound in full tooled green leather, gilt edged pages. £300-500
424.    A GROUP OF TWELVE 18TH CENTURY BOOKS all printed in Latin by Joannis Brindley, London, comprising 'P Ovidii opera Quae Extant' vol IV, III, V (1745) Cornelii Nepotis excellentium Imperatorum Vitae (1744) 'Decii Junii Juvenalis et A. Persii Flacci Satyrae (1744) 'M Annaei Lucani Cordub Pharsalia Sive Belli Civilis vol I, II (1751) 'C Cornelii Taciti Opera vol III, IV (1754) 'Quintus Curtius' vol I (1746) 'Caii Sallustii Crispi Quae Extant (1744) 'Caii Julii Caesaris Quaer Extant vol I (1744) all within tooled leather boards with panelled spines, and each having an ownership label for Edward Beeston Long Esq, who was a previous owner of the Hampton Estate, Seale Farnham, Surrey. (12)
£200-300
425.    THE BOOK OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN by Hamlin Garland, pictured by Frederic Remington, first edition, published by Harper & Brothers, New York and London 1923, printed in the USA, pictorial card backed boards. £100-200
426.    RAVENNA E LE SUE GRANDI MEMORIE Pier Desiderio Pasolini, Ravenna Felix printed by Ermanno Loescher & Co 1912, within full leather boards with gilt tooled decoration. £60-100
427.    IL GOFFREDO POEMA EROICO del signor Torquato Tasso, con gli argomenti del signor Gio Vicenzo, imperiale, in Padova MDCCXLIX (1749) nella stamperia del seminario, within leather covered boards with tooled spine. £40-80
428.    THE LIFE AND OPINIONS OF TRISTRAM SHANDY by Laurence Stern, volume I, third edition printed in 1769, volume II 3rd edition printed in 1769, London, within leather covered boards with tooled and panelled spines, sold along with The Sermons of Mr Yorick, by Laurence Stern volume II, printed in 1769 London, within leather covered boards with tooled and panelled spine. (3)£100-150
429.    BRITISH GAME BIRDS AND WILDFOWL by Beverley R Morris, Esq., A.B., M.D., T.C.D illustrated with sixty coloured plates with guards, printed by Groombridge and Sons, Paternoster Row 1855, leather bound cloth covered boards with gilt tooled decoration. £100-200
430.    A GROUP OF THREE ARTHUR RACKHAM ILLUSTRATED BOOKS comprising Aesops Fables, a new translation by V S Vernon Jones with an introduction by G K Chesterton and Illustrations by Arthur Rackham, published by William Heinemann, London, Doubleday Doran & Co, New York 1931, within tooled leather covered boards with panelled spine. The Legend of Sleepy Hollow by Washington Irving, illustrated by Arthur Rackham, published by George G Harrap & Co Ltd, London 1928, printed by H & J Pillans & Wilson, Edinburgh, within gilt decorated cloth covered boards, and Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens by J. M. Barrie, with drawings by Arthur Rackham, published by Hodder and Stoughton Limited, London, within gilt decorated cloth covered boards. (3)£80-120
431.    THE HISTORY OF THE COUNTY OF CUMBERLAND and some places adjacent, by William Hutchinson, F.A.S, volume I and II, printed by F Jollie and sold by Law and Son, W Clarke, and T Taylor, London, 1794, within marbled boards. £60-100
432.    THE REGISTERS OF THE PARISH OF GREYSTOKE in the county of Cumberland, baptisms, marriages and burials 1559-1757, transcribed and edited by The Rev Allan M Maclean B.A, Rector of Greystoke, published by Titus Wilson, Kendal 1911, within cloth covered boards with gilt tooled titles. £20-40
433.    BYGONE CUMBERLAND AND WESTMORLAND by Daniel Scott, published by William Andrews & Co, 5 Farringdon Avenue EC, London, 1899, within blue cloth textured boards with gilt title to spine. £20-40
434.    THROUGH THE LOOKING-GLASS and what Alice found there, by Lewis Carroll, published by Macmillan and Co, London (first published in 1871) with fifty illustrations by Tenniel, within red cloth covered boards with gilt decoration. £30-50
435.    KIM by Rudyard Kipling,
First edition published by Macmillan and Co Limited London 190, illustrated with mono plates by J Lockwood Kipling, within red cloth covered boards with tooled elephant and swastika motif, title to spine. £100-150
436.    THREE RUDYARD KIPLING BOOKS comprising 'The Second Jungle Book' with illustrations by J Lockwood Kipling C.I.E, published by Macmillan and Co, London and New York 1895, first edition?, within blue cloth covered boards with gilt decoration. 'Plain Tales From The Hills' third edition published by Macmillan and Co. London and New York 1890, within blue cloth covered and gilt decorated boards, 'Captain Courageous' a story of The Grand Banks with illustrations by I W Taber, published by Macmillan and Co. Limited, London and the Macmillan Company, New York 1897, within gilt decorated blue cloth covered boards. (3)£150-250
437.    PHARMACEUTICE RATIONALIS or an exercitation of the operations of medicines in humane bodies, showing the signs, causes and cures of most distempers incident thereunto, in two parts, by Thomas Willis MD and Sidley Professor in the university of Oxford, also one of theCollege of physicians in London and fellow of the Royal Society, licenced October 31 1678, printed for T Dring, C Harper and F Leigh in Fleet Street, and are to be sold by R Clavell at the Peacock, at the West End of St Pauls 1679, within full leather boards, sold along with two 19th century medical books, 'A Cyclopedia of Domestic Medicine and Surgery' by Thomas Andrew M D, printed by Blackie and Son, Queen Street, Glasgow, South College Street, Edinburgh, and Warwick Square, London 1849, and 'A Manuel of Anatomy' second edition by John Shaw, printed for Longman, Rees, Orme and Brown, Paternoster Row, T and G Underwood, Fleet Street; and Burgess and Hill, Great Windmill Street 1822. (3)£600-800
438.    AN ACCOUNT OF A VOYAGE IN SEARCH OF LA PEROUSE undertaken by order of the Constituent assembly of France, and proformed in the years 1791,1792,and 1793, in the Recherche and Esperance, ships of war under the command of Rear-Admiral Bruni D'Entrecasteaux, translated from the French of M Labilladiere, with a large chart exhibiting the track of the ships and 43 engravings, printed for J Debrett, Picadilly London 1800, between leather tipped boards. £400-500
439.    A CORONATION OF THEIR MAJESTIES KING GEORGE THE FIFTH AND QUEEN MARY, INVITATION by command of The King, The Earl Marshal is directed to invite H C Howard esq to be present at The Abbey Church of Westminster on the 22nd day of June MCMXI (1911), printed on paper with various Royal Heraldry, Romanesque winged maiden and banners, all within a structure held aloft by Corinthian columns, signed by Earl Marshal Norfolk, in an ebonised frame under glass. 27.5cm(h) x 33.5cm(w); sold together with an invitation to 'THE INVESTITURE OF H.R.H. THE PRINCE OF WALES, The Lord Chamberlain is commanded by The King to invite Miss Howard to be present at the ceremony at Carnarvon on the 13th July 1911', the text within a Celtic knot and scroll border with Royal Crests and ciphers, within a ebonised frame under glass. 26cm(h) x 19.5cm(w)£300-500
440.    Of Beatles fans interest:-
A 1960'S ODEON THEATRE SOUTHPORT TICKET STUB, The Beatles and Gerry & The Pacemakers, 1st performance at 6-25pm Wednesday August 28 1963, Rear Stalls 4/6 DD23, used with creases.
**** on this day The Beatles were interviewed at the BBC Manchester studios and also filmed as if backstage making up before a concert, waiting in the wings with their instruments, all for Haworths 'The Mersey Sound' documentary. £50-100
441.    A GROUP OF FOUR ROYAL PHOTOGRAPHS the first of Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother, signed in ink to margin Elizabeth R 1964, within a leather bound frame with tooled ER cipher 20cm(h) x 22cm(w), the second of Prince Philip in full military dress, signed in ink to margin Philip 1964, 24cm(h) x 17.5cm(w), within a leather bound frame with tooled cipher, the third of Princess Mary, signed Mary to the card mount, within a tooled leather frame 22cm(h) x 16.5cm(w) and another of Princess Mary signed Alice Mary and dated 1964 to margin , within a simple moulded frame. 17cm(h) x 12cm(w) (4)£100-150
442.    A FREDERICK HOLLYER PHOTOGRAPHIC PORTRAIT OF JOHN RUSKIN the famous writer, artist, critic and philosopher in a thoughtful pose in profile, held within a broad stained pine frame, under glass, the reverse the bearing label of Fred Hollyer, 9 Pembroke Square, Kensington W, also inscribed in pencil 'John Ruskin from life by F Hollyer'. 27cm(h) x 33cm(w)£200-300
443.    Fritz Eichenberg (Ger/Usa 1901-1990) FOUR LIMITED EDITION WOODBLOCK ENGRAVINGS comprising 'And in Her Mouth was an Olioc Leaf' number 165/200, 'The Peaceable Kingdom' number 163/200, 'And David Played the Harp' number 159/200, 'And His strength went from Him' number 154/200, all titled, numbered and signed in pencil to lower margin, two card mounted in modern ebonised frames under glass, two within ebonised frames under glass. 34cm(h) & 37cm(h)£400-600
444.    A 17TH CENTURY INDENTURE referring to John Lowther of Westmorland (1642-1706), sold along with various unframed prints and etchings, including Herbert Bourne, Pierre Bonnard 'le Chat, 'Day Dreams' by Frank Sternberg, (qty)£50-80
445.    ATHLETIC SPORTS AT GRASMERE 'THE GUIDES RACE' showing plucky runners rounding the flag on Silver Howe, a particularly precarious part of the course, a hand tinted engraving from an illusion by W.H Overland in the Illustrated London News, 23rd August 1886, within a wash line mount and moulded frame under glass. 56cm9h) x 39cm(w) £80-120
446.    After Henry Alken (British 1785-1851)
THREE EARLY 19TH CENTURY HUNTING PRINTS comprising 'Fox Hunting leap...swishing at a rasper', 'Fox Hunting going to cover' engraved by T Sutherland, and 'Fox Hunting breaking cover tally ho' engraved by T Sutherland, all published by Thomas McLean, 26 Haymarket, 1824,. each held within an ebonised and gilt frame, under glass. 19.5cm(h) x 32cm(w) (one in smaller frame).£50-80
447.    After William Hogarth (British 1697-1764)
AN ENGRAVING 'HARLOTS PROGRESS' PLATE 4, from Hogarth's Modern Moral Series, Moll is in Bridewell Prison, the house of correction for prostitutes, wayward apprentices and petty criminals. She is beating hemp whilst being mocked by a fellow inmate, Heath edition 1822, invented, painted and engraved by Hogarth, held within a later oak frame. 30cm(h) x 38cm(w)£40-60
448.    Petrus Aquila (Italian 1650-1692) after Annibal Carraccius(Annibale Carracci Italian 1560-1609)
A 17TH CENTURY ENGRAVING Perseus slaying The Medusa, from the series Galeriae Farnesianae Icones Romae, card mounted in moulded gilt frame. 29cm(h) x 49cm(w)£40-60
449.    A SET OF FOUR 19TH CENTURY HAND COLOURED 'THE HIGH METTLED RACER' PRINTS comprising a horse racing scene, a hunting scene, a tavern scene and a farrier scene, all with verse and title to lower margin, held within a ebonised and gilt Hogarth type frame, under glass. 32cm(h) x 42cm(w) (4)£60-100
450.    After Robert Havell Junior (Anglo-American 1793-1878)
TWO HAND COLOURED SPORTING ENGRAVINGS entitled 'Partridge Shooting near Windsor' and 'Wild Duck Shooting near Cowley' drawn and engraved by Robert Havell Junior, within simple ebonised frames under glass. 21cm(h) x 30cm(w)£100-150
451.    After Hablot Knight 'Phiz' Browne (1815-1882)
A SET OF FIVE 'HUNTING SKETCHES' GRAPHOTYPE ENGRAVINGS varying scenes numbers 8,9,10,11 and 12, each numbered and with verse to lower right margin, published by Arthur Ackermann, 191 Regent Street , within Hogarth type ebonised and gilt frames under glass. 19cm(h) x 28cm(w)£60-100
452.    A GROUP OF THREE VICTORIAN CHRYSTOLEUMS each by Franz Hanfstaengi, the first with convex plate depicting a soldiers return, within a gilt slip and frame 20cm(h) x 24.5cm(w), marked 'copyright Franz Hanfstaengi 1894, the second with flat plate depicting three young ladies in opulent attire seated around a table, dated 1891, within a gilt slip and pierced foliate scroll frame. 20cm(h) x 24.5cm(w), the third with flat plate depicting a group of young women seated around a table in a garden and a man and women conversing under blossoming trees dated 1894. 20cm(h) x 24.5cm(w) (3)£100-150
453.    A SET OF SIX 'HERALDRY OF THE FELLS' SERIES HAND COLOURED PRINTS comprising Catbells, Red Pike, Helvellyn, Robinson, Bow Fell and Great Gable, all an original design by William Hull, ebonised framed and under glass. 14cm(h) x 10cm(w)£80-120
454.    A PORTRAIT ENGRAVING, John Howard, first Duke of Norfolk and Catherine Molins his first wife, from a painting on glass in Stoke Neyland Church, copied by Lilly 1637-8, within an ebonised frame, under glass. 32cm(h) x 47cm(w)£80-120
455.    Jacobus Houbraken (Dutch 1698-1780)
AN 18TH CENTURY PORTRAIT ENGRAVING of Thomas Howard, Duke of Norfolk, the circular portrait within a titled border with scrolling ornament and weeping cherub below, within an ebonised frame, under glass. 36cm(h) x 23cm(w)£100-150
456.    After Giuseppe Vasi (1710-1782)
THREE ITALIAN SCENE ENGRAVINGS 'Chiesa e Monastero di S Lucia in Selci delle suore Agostiniane (plate 143) and 'Chiese e conservatorio di S Pasquale di Baijlon delle Fanciulle pericolose' (plate 160) and 'Chiesa e Monastero di S Cosimato delle suore Francesxane osservanti' all hand coloured within moulded ebonised frames, under glass. 27cm(h) x 37cm(w)£200-300
457.    A GROUP OF FOUR 18TH/19TH CENTURY 'WEST INDIAN' ENGRAVINGS comprising 'Brimstone Hill, St Kitts' engraved by J Harris after Lieut Caddy (Royal Artillery) 'Sandy Point, St Kitts' engraved by C Hunt after Lieut Caddy (Royal Artillery) 'Vue de r Etablissement des missions a St Johns dans i'Isle d'Antigon' engraved by F Hegi after L Stobwasser, and ' Vue de Cederhall dans i'Isle d'Antigon' engraved by Hurlimann after L Stobwasser, each within a green card mount and moulded frame under glass. 23cm(h) x 30cm(w)£60-100
458.    After John James Audubon (French/American 1785-1851)
A SET OF SIX COLOURED BIRD ENGRAVINGS from Birds of America, comprising 'Snow Birds' (plate 13 No 3), 'Prairie Warbler' (plate 14 No 3) 'Roscoe's Yellow Throat' (plate 24 No 5)'Louisiana Water Thrush' (plate 19 No 4) all engraved by R Havell Junior, and 'Brown Lark' (plate X No 2) 'Selby's Fly Catcher' (plate XI No 11) engraved by W H Lizars, each within simply stained wood frames under glass. 51cm x 31cm £150-250
459.    George Edwards (1694-1773)
A SET OF FIVE 18TH CENTURY COLOURED ETCHINGS of birds, from George Edwards 'Natural History of Uncommon Birds' including The Wall Creeper and various undescribed birds, two untitled (plate139 & 129) each within a moulded gilt frame and under glass. 23.5cm(h) x 19cm(w); sold along with a 19th century coloured etching of 'The Chattering Warbler and The Isobella Warbler engraved by J Pass for the Encyclopedia Londinensis 1811 within a conforming frame. (6)£120-180
460.    A PAIR OF 18TH CENTURY BOTANICAL ENGRAVINGS each with an arrangement of flowers in baskets, each inscribed 'Pint et Grave par I Batiste de la cadamic Roiale N de Poilly exud C.P.R' within moulded and ebonised frames, under glass. 39cm(h) x 29cm(w)£100-150
461.    ORME'S COLLECTION OF BRITISH FIELD SPORTS after Samuel Howitt(1765-1822)
An exact facsimile of the first and only edition of one of the rarest of all sporting books, published by Charles W Traylen, Castle House, Quarry Street, Guilford, folio containing title plate and sixteen colour plates. £60-100
462.    A SET OF TWELVE 19TH CENTURY FOX HUNTING PRINTS depicting a variety of fox hunting scenes, divided into two groups of six and individually mounted within gilt lined card mounts and oak frames under glass. 10cm(h) x 15cm(w) & 46.5cm(h) x 70cm(w)£80-120
463.    George Vertue (engraver 1684-1756) after Sir Anthony Van Dyke
A MID 18TH CENTURY ENGRAVING depicting Sir Henry Lord Maltravers presenting Thomas Howard with a sword and helmet taken from King James III of Scotland at the battle of Flodden-Field, marked A VANDYCK INV and G Vertue Sculp Lond 1743' also marked G Vertue to margin, within a gilt slip and ebonised frame. 42cm(h) x 56cm(w)£100-150
464.    Jacbus Houbraken (Dutch 1698-1780)
AN 18TH CENTURY PORTRAIT ENGRAVING of Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey, the circular portrait enclosed by a titled border and ornaments, within a gilt card mount, moulded and ebonised frame, under glass. 36cm(h) x 23cm(w)£150-250
465.    Lucas Vosterman (engraver 1595-1675) after Sir Anthony Van Dyck (1599-1641) ILLVSTRISSIMI ET EXCELLENTISSIMI CONIVGES D THOMAS HOWARD ET D. ALATHEIA TALBOT ARVNDELLIAE ET SVRRIA COMITES Thomas Howard and his wife Alathea Talbot wearing the dress of nobility, in her hand a compass and astrolabe, his hand gesturing towards a globe focused on Madagascar and the Indian ocean, outlining the British Crowns' intentions to colonise, within a gilt slip and ebonised frame under glass. 35cm(h) x 48cm(w)£100-200
466.    John Keyes Sherwin (1751-1790) after Gainsborough
A LATE 18TH CENTURY PORTRAIT ENGRAVING of Carolus (Charles) Howard 11th Duke of Norfolk, the sitter dressed in typical opulent attire in a relaxed pose, dated 1790, within a gilt slip and ebonised frame under glass. 73cm(h) x 55cm(w)£100-150
467.    Augustus John (1878-1961)
A SIGNED LITHOGRAPH, a robed female with forlorn expression, signed 'John' in pencil, within a slender ebonised frame under glass. 28cm(h) x 16cm(w)£30-60
468.    After Cecil Aldin (British 1870-1935)
THE COTTESBROOK HUNT, The meet at the Swan (Hounds, Gentlemen Please), huntsmen gathering outside a public house before the hunt, entitled to margin , within a moulded frame under glass, printed by Lawrence & Jellicoe Ltd, 34 Henrietta Street, Covent Garden, London. WC 37.5cm(h) x 66cm(w)£80-120
469.    After Hans Holbein
A GROUP OF FOUR MONOCHROME PORTRAIT PRINTS comprising 'The Lady Berkley' and three other female portraits, bust length in the manner of Francesco Bartolozzi, each within a card mount and stained wooden frame, under glass. 33cm(h) x 23cm(w)£80-120
470.    A GROUP OF FOUR JAPANESE COLOURED WOODBLOCK PRINTS depicting female figures within varying landscapes and settings, signed with character marks, within simple ebonised frames, under glass. 33cm(h) x 22cm(w) & 36cm(h) x 24cm(w) (4)£80-120
471.    After Alessandro Specchi (1668-1729)
A PAIR OF ITALIAN ARCHITECTURE ENGRAVINGS, 'Palazzo Dell'eccimo) Sig(r) Prencipe Givstiniani Sv La Piazza Di S.Lvigi De Francesi' (plate 41) and 'Palazzo Dell'ecc(mo) Sig(r) Dvca Bonelli Nella Piazza Se S.S Apostoli' (plate 39) each hand coloured within a moulded ebonised frame and under glass. 21cm(h) x 31.5cm(w); sold along with an engraving entitled Veduta Interna delt Anfiteatro Flavio comunemente deto Colosseo Romano', within a conforming frame and under glass. 22cm(h) x 32cm(w)£200-300
472.    William Sharp (engraver) after Sir Anthony Vandyck
THOMAS HOWARD, EARL OF ARUNDEL, a 19th century portrait engraving from the original picture in the possession of the Marquis of Stafford, half length, seated turned to right looking forward, wearing a ruff, cloak and pendant, titled to margin, published by John Dixon, 29 Tottenham Street, London July 1st 1823, in a broad margin with ebonised and gilt frame, under glass. 27cm(h) x 21cm(w); sold together with an engraved portrait of Henry Howard Earl of Surrey, F Bartolozzi after Hans Holbien ' In His Majesty's Collection' published as the act directs Dec 16th 1796, by I Chamberlaine, Brompton Row, Middlesex, within a broad card mount and moulded gilt frame, under glass. 22cm(h) x 16cm(w)£80-120
473.    After John Woodhouse Audubon (1812-1862)
TWO 19TH CENTURY LITHOGRAPHIC PRINTS entitled 'Californian Hare' and 'Caribou or American Reindeer', printed and coloured by J T Bowen, Philadelphia, in card mounts with ebonised and gilt frames under glass. 16cm(h) x 21cm(w)£120-180
474.    A LATE 18TH CENTURY ENGRAVING, 'NOON' engraved by Isaac Taylor Junior after J Smirke, a circular engraving depicting a young gentleman seated on a rocky outcrop watching the river flowing by with thoughtful expression and pose, the title 'Noon' and 'Prose', Published Dec 20 1782, by I Taylor Jun, near the one mile stone Islington, and C Taylor No 8 Dyers Buildings Holbern, London, all within a Hogarth type glass slip and ebonised frame. 33cm(h) x 28cm(w) £30-50
475.    After Alfred C Havell
A RACING NIGHTMARE, a late 19th/early 20th century coloured print, within a titled oak veneer slip and moulded frame under glass. 60cm(h) x 47cm(w)£180-220
476.    AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY OAK FRAMED PRINTED TRANSPORT MAP circa 1921, showing a variety of rail and road routes in North Wales, also including golf courses, all within a plain oak frame. 86cm(h) x 130cm(w)£200-300
477.    After B Caton Woodville (19th century)
BALACLAVA-OCTOBER 25TH 1854, relief of the light brigade, a coloured print depicting a battle scene with title and verse to margin, held within an ebonised frame with gilt ornamentation, under glass. 60cm(h) x 87cm(w)£100-150
478.    Samuel Cousins (British 1801-1887) after Sir Joshua Reynolds (British 1723-1792)
LADY ST ASAPH AND CHILD engraving, a young woman and child, within a card mount and moulded frame, entitled and attributed verso. 15.5cm(h) x 11.5cm(w)£40-60
479.    A GROUP OF SEVEN LATE 18TH AND EARLY 19TH CENTURY NATURAL HISTORY ENGRAVINGS, hand coloured, titled 'Capra' engraved by J Pass, published as the act directs July 31st 1800, J Wilkes, 'Bradypus' engraved by J Chapman, published March 30th 1799, J Wilkes, 'Canis' engraved by J Pass, published Feb 15th 1800, J Wilkes, 'Felis' engraved by J Chapman, published Jan 13th 1806, J Wilkes, 'Lemur' engraved by J Pass, published March 27th 1813, G Jones, 'Falco' engraved by J Pass, published Jan 5th 1805, J Wilkes, 'Emberiza' engraved by J Pass, published Sept 26th 1803, J Wilkes, all held within modern card mounts and moulded frames, under glass. 26cm(h) x 20cm(w)£200-300
480.    After James Ferguson (1710-1776)
HIGH FORCE WATERFALL, TEESDALE, DURHAM, engraved by R Scott, Edin, dedicated by permission to the Right Hon'ble The Earl of Darlington by his Lordships obedient and obliged servant James Ferguson, printed by McQueen & Co, within a light oak frame, under glass. 45cm(h) x 58cm(w)£50-80
481.    A GROUP OF FIVE 18TH/19TH CENTURY NATURAL HISTORY ENGRAVINGS titled 'Spotted Opossum', Vulpine Opossum' and 'Mergus Ferrator' engraved by Peter Mazell, 'Trochilus Polytmus' plate 21 engraved by Lizars, one engraved with seabirds by C Motte, and one entitled 'Ferret' plate 95. (5)£80-120
482.    Henry Alken (1785-1851)
A HUNTING ENGRAVING AND TEXT having a square reserve entitled 'Hark Hark Tantivy', depicting a huntsman standing proudly on his kill, over a printed hunting theme song, held within a modern card mount and frame, under glass. 30cm(h) x 15cm(w)£30-50
483.    Johannes Janson (Dutch 1596-1664)
A MAP OF CUMBRIA & WESTMORIA vulgo Cumberland & Westmorland, hand coloured with figural cartouchés, scale, compass rose and armorial crests, within a modern card mount and burr wood frame under glass. 42cm(h) x 54cm(w)£80-120
484.    Christopher Saxton (illustrator), William Hole (engraver)
A 17TH CENTURY ENGRAVED MAP OF OXFORDSHIRE with title cartouché 'Oxoniensis Comitatus Vulgo Oxfordshyre qui pars olim Dobunorum' royal crest, mileage scale and compass rose, within a simple frame under glass. 29cm(h) x 31cm(w)£80-120
485.    HENRY ABRAHAM CHATELAIN (18th Century) 'Particularitez Curieuses de l'Ile de St. Christophle et de la Province de Bemarin dan les Antilles', and 'Description Des Plantes, Arbres, Animaux & Poissons Des Iles Antilles' both double page plates from Chatelain's Atlas Historique, relating to the natural history of St Kitts, with views of the island, text and illustrations, each within a simple ebonised frame under glass. 45cm(h) x 56cm(w)£100-200
486.    Johannes Blaeu (Dutch 1596-1673)
AN ENGRAVED MAP OF OXFORDSHIRE, Oxonivm comitatus vulgo Oxford Shire, hand coloured with various cartouchés and armorials, within a stained frame under glass. 38cm(h) x 50cm(w)£60-100
487.    A 19TH CENTURY PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS, watercolour on ivory, inscription verso 'from the original at Greystoke Castle painted by Henry Howard-Molyneux 1828, the original destroyed in the fire at Greystoke Castle 1866' held within a rope-twist gilt slip and marquetry inlaid frame, under glass. 7.5cm(h) x 5.5cm(w)(image only)£150-250
488.    A 19TH/20TH CENTURY OVAL PORTRAIT MINIATURE of a young lady, bust length, signed H Merenis, within a rope twist gilt slip and ivory key frame, under glass. 13.5cm(h) x 10cm(w) £100-150
489.    AN OVAL PORTRAIT MINIATURE, watercolour, full length depicting a distinguished gentleman in military dress, held within an ornate gilt metal frame, under glass, the reverse with attached title banner 'Col Creek'. 13.5cm(h) x 9.5cm(w)£150-200
490.    AN OVAL PORTRAIT MINIATURE, watercolour, three quarter length, a depiction of a young gentleman dressed in a black suit and holding a military type hat, held within an ornate gilt metal frame, under glass, the reverse with gilt metal banner engraved 'R Thorold Esq'. 15cm(h) x 11cm(w)£150-200
491.    A 19TH CENTURY INDIAN PORTRAIT MINIATURE of Mughal Emperor Jahangir (reigned 1605-1627) watercolours and gilt on ivory panel, of oval form depicting the Emperor in opulent dress holding a flower, within a gilt metal slip and rectangular ebonised frame, under glass. 8.5cm(h) x 7cm(w) £120-180
492.    AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY GILT METAL AND MICRO MOSAIC PHOTOGRAPH FRAME of rectangular form decorated with flowers and geometric borders. 9.5cm(h) x 7.5cm(w)£30-40
493.    D H Winder (British late 19th/early 20th century)
A RIVER SCENE watercolour, a fisherman on the bank of a slow moving river, sun kissed fells in background, initialed DHW and dated 1921 lower middle, circular, gilt card mounted and framed under glass. 39cm(diam)£100-200
494.    A 20TH CENTURY STILL LIFE STUDY, watercolour, a depiction of a vase of roses and orchids along side a small porcelain figure, signed lower left 'Sydella', held within an ornate moulded circular gilt frame under convex glass. 39cm £80-120
495.    G.H TYRRELL (Local 20th/21st century)
THREE LOCAL SCENES watercolours, two village scenes with figures and a view of a bridge, two signed lower left, one lower right, card mounted in modern gilt frames under glass. 26cm(h) x 35cm(w)£60-100
496.    Reuben Ward Binks (1860-1950)
BUTCHER THE LAKELAND TERRIER, a study of Butcher approaching a foxhole within a rocky landscape, signed lower right, entitled 'Butcher the Lakeland Terrier 14 days underground rescued May 15.1948' lower left, card mounted in gilt frame under glass. 19cm(h) x 20cm(w); sold along with facsimile letter explaining the details of the incident where two terriers (Butcher being one) were trapped under ground, and the rescue efforts. £200-300
497.    Reuben Ward Binks (1860-1950)
'COBBER', watercolour and gouache, portrait of a dog, entitled 'Cobber' and signed lower left, within a gilt frame, hand written inscription verso reading 'Masters 'Cobber' to my friend Ned Southwell Jan 1950). 36.5cm(h) x 30cm(w)£200-300
498.    Reuben Ward Binks ( 1860-1950)
MALLARDS IN FLIGHT, watercolour/gouache, a study of two mallards rising from a sketched reeded waterway, signed lower left, card mounted in gilt frame under glass. 41cm(h) x 30cm(w)£200-300
499.    Emily Nicholson (British 19th century)
A LOCAL SCENE possibly Lowther Bridge, watercolour, initialed EN lower left, within a gilt card mount and moulded frame under glass. 18cm(h) x 23cm(w)£50-80
500.    Emily Nicholson (British 19th century)
TYNEMOUTH, NORTHUMBERLAND, watercolour, a coastal scene with waves crashing against cliffs, signed lower left, entitled in later hand verso, card mounted in moulded frame under glass. 14cm(h) x 22cm(w)£50-80
501.    Cyril David Johnstone (20th century)
A STUDY OF AN OTTER, watercolour, an otter perched on a rotting tree stump at the waters edge with reeds in background, signed lower right and dated 1977, card mounted in moulded frame under glass. 24cm(h) x 37cm(w)£300-500
502.    Reuben Ward Binks (1860-1950)
CHAMPION BOUNCER OF ARDALE, gouache, a study of a Gordon setter within a naturalistic setting, entitled lower left, signed and dated 1930 lower left in differing medium, card mounted in ebonised frame under glass. 33cm(w) x 26cm(h)£300-500
503.    B Disopra (Italian 20th century)
TWO AFRICAN SCENE WATERCOLOURS, the first entitled 'Mogudiscio', watercolours and ink, depicting seated street vendors, women, children and a variety of other figures gathered in a clearing, signed with name and monogram, titled and dated 1938 lower right, within a green card mount and gilt frame under glass. 38cm(h) x 50cm(w); the second entitled 'Fantasia', depicting energetic female dancers surrounded by a crowd dressed in vibrant colours, signed, titled and dated 1940 lower right, within a card mount and simple frame, under glass. 25cm(h) x 37cm(w) (2)£120-180
504.    H B Simpson (British 19th/20th century)
A VICTORIAN WATERCOLOUR, white doves at the base of a flight of stone steps, the gates to an estate beyond, signed and dated 1889 lower right, within a card mound and gilt frame under glass. 29cm(h) x 19cm(w)£100-150
505.    A 19TH CENTURY WATERCOLOUR 'GREYSTOKE CASTLE', watercolour, a view of the castle from a slow moving River Petteril, with swan and summer foliage, indistinctly signed and dated June 1897 lower left, within an ebonised and gilt decorated frame, under glass. 53cm(h) x 35cm(w) £100-200
506.    Mario De Franceschi (Italian 1849-1890)
AN ITALIAN BEACH SCENE at low tide with grounded fishing boats and figures, signed lower right, watercolour, within a washline card mount and moulded frame under glass. 35cm(h) x 54cm(w)£150-250
507.    A 19TH CENTURY MILITARY SCENE, watercolours and gouache, a depiction of troops in 19th century military dress with tall shakos, marching through a wintry mountainous landscape with industrial buildings, unsigned, enclosed by a broad margin and gilt frame, under glass. 11.5cm(h) x 15.5cm(w)£60-100
508.    A GROUP OF SIX 19TH/20TH CENTURY CHINESE SCHOOL BOTANICAL WATERCOLOURS on rice paper, various detailed studies of blossoms and exotic flowers and insects, within green card mounts and moulded frames, under glass. 28cm(h) x 18cm(w) £100-150
509.    Edward Horace Thompson (British 1879-1949)
ASHNESS BRIDGE, watercolour, a view of Derwentwater and Skiddaw from Ashness Bridge, signed lower right, within a washline card mount and moulded frame under glass. 42cm(h) x 57.5cm(w)£2500-3500
510.    Edward Horace Thompson (British 1879-1949)
A VIEW OF RYDAL WATER, watercolour, an autumnal view at the head of Rydal Water, signed and dated 1918 lower right, within a gilt card mount and moulded gilt frame under glass. 23.5cm(h) x 34cm(w)£1000-1500
511.    Emil Axel Krause (Danish 1871-1945)
HOLY ISLAND, NORTHUMBERLAND, watercolour, fishing boats of the coast with Castle in the background, signed and titled lower left, within a card mount and modern moulded frame, under glass. 9cm(h) x 14cm(w)£100-150
512.    Attributed to Thomas Allom (British 1804-1872)
THIRLWALL CASTLE, NORTHUMBERLAND, pencil and sepia watercolours, depicting cattle watering in front of a farmstead, the castle in the background, signed in pencil lower left, within a card mount, modern frame, under glass, the reverse mounted with an etching of the same image after Thomas Allom engraved by S Lacey, also with Gallery information. 9.5cm(h) x 15cm(w)£100-150
513.    Attributed to Thomas Sunderland (1744-1823)
LINCLUDEN, pencil and watercolour wash, a view of a ruined castle within a country landscape, with titled washline card mount and moulded gilt frame, under glass. 24cm(h) x 34cm(w)£50-80
514.    Alistair Anderson (British 20th century)
TWO SCOTTISH CHARCOAL SCENES, the first entitled to mount 'Moorland Eaglesham' signed and dated 72 lower left, the second 'Early Spring, Polnoon St. Eaglesham' signed and dated 75 lower left, within washline card mounts and modern metallic frames under glass. 40cm(h) x 57cm(w)£50-80
515.    AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY SATIRICAL CARTOON, ink and pencil, depicting a gentleman riding an early bicycle, the Dunlop tyres with patches and blisters, titled 'I always use them on my own vehicle' signed Smail, within a card mount and moulded frame under glass. 68cm(h) x 48cm(w)£80-120
516.    M C Davidson (British 19th/20th century )
A WOODLAND SCENE, watercolour, sheep grazing in autumnal woodland, signed and dated 1909 lower left, within a moulded gilt frame, under glass. 28cm(h) x 38cm(w)£200-250
517.    R F Logan (19th century)
A PAIR OF WATERCOLOUR STUDIES, the first depicting a robin and a fly perched on apples at the mossy base of a tree, signed and dated 1870 lower left, the second depicting various fruit and a butterfly on a mossy ground, signed and dated 1870 lower left, both within card mounts and modern moulded frames, under glass, old labels verso. 25cm(h) x 35cm(w)£150-200
518.    A 19TH CENTURY WATERCOLOUR depicting a moored fishing boat and figures at the Thames river bank with the haze covered city beyond, unsigned, within an arched gilt slip and ornate moulded gilt frame, under glass. 36cm(h) x 27cm(w)£400-500
519.    J B McDonald (19th/20th century)
STREET SCENE, ANDERLEYS, watercolour, figures, horses and carts in a typical British street scene, signed lower left, titled to gilt slip, in a moulded gilt frame under glass. 36cm(h) x 52cm(w)£150-200
520.    James Lees Bilbie (British 19th/20th century)
THE OLD GATE, WINCHELSEA, SUSSEX, watercolour, a farmer droving his cattle through an arched gateway, signed lower left, entitled in ink verso, in a moulded gilt frame under glass. 74cm(h) x 49cm(w)£600-800
521.    A VICTORIAN PORTRAIT in coloured chalks, a half length portrait of a young girl holding a white kitten on her knee, indistinctly signed and dated 1866, within an arched card mount and moulded gilt frame under glass. 59cm(h) x 46cm(w)£200-250
522.    AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY STAINED-GLASS STUDY, monochrome watercolours in the manner of George Parlby, depicting one of the three wise men praying before the carpenter Joseph, within a moulded and ebonised frame under glass. 121cm(h) x 46cm(w)£200-250
523.    Elliot Henry Martin (British 19th/20th century)
EARLY AUTUMN ON THE LUNE, watercolour, a meandering River Lune near Caton with autumnal trees, grazing cattle and lone figure, signed lower right, within a moulded gilt frame, under glass. 36.5cm(h) x 49.5cm(w) £200-400
524.    A 20TH CENTURY MIXED MEDIA STUDY of a huntsman and surrounding pack of hounds, indistinctly signed lower right, within a moulded gilt frame, under glass. 41cm(h) x 56cm(w)£100-150
525.    Reginald Aspinwall (British 1858-1921)
THE LUNE VALLEY near Caton, watercolour, a pebble littered riverbank with Clougha Pike in the background, signed and dated 1902 lower left, within a washline card mount and moulded gilt frame, under glass. 25cm(h) x 35cm(w)£300-400
526.    Attributed to Gideon Yates ( British 1790-1840)
SKERTON BRIDGE, LANCASTER, watercolour, a view across the River Lune with St Peters Church (now Cathedral) in the background, unsigned, within a card mount and moulded gilt frame, under glass. 29cm(h) x 41cm(w)£200-300
527.    Attributed to Alfred Heaton Cooper (British 1864-1929)
A VIEW OF ULLSWATER, watercolour, a view from the banks looking towards the lake head, with single small sailing boat, signed lower left, within a wash line card mount and modern gilt frame, under glass. 23.5cm(h) x 33cm(w)£500-800
528.    Edward Arden(Edward Tucker, British 1847-1910)
ENNERDALE WATER, watercolour, a view of the lake with country track and sheep grazing in the foreground, signed lower left, within a card mount and gilt frame, under glass. 27cm(h) x 40cm(w)£120-180
529.    A 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL WATERCOLOUR of an Alpine village scene, with figures at a river bank, boats, a church and buildings in the centre and mountains in background, signed with HM monogram lower right, within a card mount and moulded frame, under glass. 21cm(h) x 26cm(w)£80-120
530.    Fred Tucker (British 1860-1935)
A VIEW OF WINDERMERE, watercolour, an autumnal scene with rural buildings to the foreground looking across the lake with Langdale Pikes in background, signed lower right, within a broad card mount and moulded gilt frame, under glass. 54cm(h) x 88cm(w)£300-500
531.    Attributed to Richard Bowden (British 20th century)
VIEW FROM WINDOW, HONG KONG, watercolours and ink, an abstract interpretation of a lush garden, initials signed dated (62) and titled to bottom edge, within a card mount and moulded frame, under glass. 60cm(h) x 29cm(w)£100-150
532.    Arthur Suker (British 1857-1902)
A CUMBERLAND TARN, watercolour, with low cloud on bracken covered fells, signed lower right, titled to gilt card mount, in a moulded gilt frame under glass. 39.5cm(h) x 59cm(w)£140-180
533.    Read Wallace (British 19th/20th century)
A PEEP THROUGH THE TREES, DERWENTWATER, watercolour, an autumnal lakeland scene with sheep grazing, signed lower left, titled to label verso, within a gilt slip, card mount and gilt frame, under glass. 24cm(h) x 33cm(w)£100-150
534.    C H Chapman (19th/20th century)
A LAKELAND SCENE, watercolour, a view at the head of a lake, with trees and fells, signed lower left, within a moulded oblong gilt frame, under glass. 45cm(h) x 143cm(w) £300-500
535.    Wilk (John William (Bill) Wilkinson), (1906-1994)
A CHRISTMAS STORY, ink on paper, 'That kind huntsman Joe Wear (often called 'The foxes friend') is seen here keeping the Xmas spirit in the kennels, signed and dated 35 lower right, in an ebonised frame under glass. 35cm(h) x 24cm(w) £100-150
536.    Wilk (John William (Bill) Wilkinson), (1906-1994)
ERNIE PARKER, a monochrome watercolour cartoon depicting Ernie Parker walking his two hounds, signed and dated 38 lower right, in an ebonised frame, under glass. 25cm(h) x 35cm(w)£100-150
537.    Wilk (John William (Bill) Wilkinson), (1906-1994)
WALTER PARKIN, LUNESDALE, a monochrome watercolour cartoon depicting Walter Parkin, hounds and terriers, signed and dated 35 lower right, in an ebonised frame under glass. 25cm(h) x 35cm(w)£100-150
538.    Wilk (John William (Bill) Wilkinson), (1906-1994)
ALBERT BENSON, BLENCATHRA WHIP, a monochrome watercolour cartoon, depicting Albert Benson and his hounds, signed and dated 35 lower right, in an ebonised frame, under glass. 25cm(h) x 35cm(w)£100-150
539.    Wilk (John William (Bill) Wilkinson), (1906-1994)
WILL IT EVER COME TO THIS, LET'S HOPE NOT', 'Weary' and his hounds off to Grasmere, monochrome watercolour cartoon with coloured sheep, signed lower right, in an ebonised frame, under glass. 27cm(h) x 35cm(w)£100-150
540.    Wilk (John William (Bill) Wilkinson), (1906-1994)
GEORGE CHAPMAN, a monochrome watercolour cartoon, depicting a dour looking George Chapman with his terriers, while a fox escapes, signed and dated 38 lower right, with an ebonised frame, under glass. 25cm(h) x 35cm(w)£80-120
541.    Reuben Ward Binks (1860-1950)
BUTCHER, THE LAKELAND TERRIER, a study of Butcher approaching a foxhole within a rocky landscape, signed lower right, entitled 'Butcher' (the Lakeland Terrier 14 days underground rescued May 15.1948) lower left, within a painted pine frame.£100-150
542.    William Lakin Turner (British 1867-1936)
UPPER BORROWDALE, oil on canvas, a mother and child walking along a country track approaching a small crude bridge with fells looming in the background, signature partially obscured by the gilt slip lower right, titled and dated 1903 verso, within an ornate gilt frame. 24cm(h) x 34cm(w)£1000-1500
543.    William Lakin Turner (British 1867-1936)
A WOODLAND GLEN, oil on canvas, an autumnal leaf scattered woodland path running alongside a slow moving stream, signed lower right, within a gilt slip and moulded gilt frame, indistinctly titled in pencil verso. 25cm(h) x 35cm(w)£1000-1500
544.    Frank Thomas Carter (British 1853-1934)
ON THE DERWENT, oil on panel, a view across the water with looming sandy cliffs, indistinctly signed lower left, inscribed 'On the Derwent and F.T Carter to the gilt slip, within a gilt frame and under glass. 13cm(h) x 45cm(w)£100-150
545.    A 19TH CENTURY RUSSIAN ICON tempera on wooden panel, a depiction of 'Our Lady of Smolensk' or 'Hodigitria' , unframed. 23cm(h) x 17cm(w)£50-80
546.    A.V.Tirard (19th/20th century)
URQUHART CASTLE, LOCH NESS, oil on canvas laid down on panel, a view across Loch Ness towards the castle, signed and dated 1884 lower left, titled to the gilt slip, within a moulded gilt frame. 22cm(h) x 29cm(w)£120-180
547.    William Langley (British 1852-1922)
A HIGHLAND LANDSCAPE, oil on canvas, highland cattle at the waters edge with thatched buildings and mountainous landscape in background, signed lower left, unframed. 51cm(h) x 76cm(w)£200-300
548.    AN 18TH CENTURY PORTRAIT OF A DISTINGUISHED GENTLEMAN, oil on canvas, bust length with white ruffled shirt and red jacket, unsigned, within a moulded gilt frame. 59cm(h) x 49cm(w)£150-250
549.    A GEORGIAN PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG GENTLEMAN, oil on canvas, bust length in period attire, unsigned, within a moulded gilt frame. 67cm(h) x 59cm(w)£100-200
550.    AN 18TH CENTURY PORTRAIT OF A LADY, oil on canvas, an elderly lady dressed in period attire, unsigned, within a moulded gilt frame. 60cm(h) x 49cm(w)£100-200
551.    Szabady Lajos (Hungarian 19th/20th century)
VESZPREM, A VIEW AT LAKE BALATON, oil on canvas of large proportions, a fisherman and his family camped at the edge of Lake Balaton, signed lower left, entitled Veszprem and dated 1918, within a moulded gilt frame. 111cm(h) x 167cm(w)£300-500
552.    Winifred Nicholson (British 1893-1981)
ISLE OF CANNA , oil on canvas, a view looking across a sandy bay with three seagulls flying above bands of foaming waves, the background with magenta tinted Rhum mountains under a tumultuous sky, within a modern frame and under glass, unsigned and untitled. 60cm(h) x 90cm(w) *** Winifred Nicholson began visiting the Hebrides in the late 1940's usually in the company of the poet Kathleen Raine or her children, and drew much inspiration form the islands. 'Canna' was probably painted in September 1951 when she visited the island with her son Jake, staying with John Lorne Campbell and his wife Margaret Fay Shaw at Canna House, for other paintings of Canna by Winifred Nicholson see Winifred Nicholson in Scotland, by Alice Strang, national galleries of Scotland, Edinburgh 2003, PF&K would like to acknowledge the grateful assistance of Jovan Nicholson. £15000-25000
553.    W Perry (British 19th century)
A PORTRAIT OF HENRY HOWARD OF GREYSTOKE, oil on canvas, copied by W Perry from the original by Lonsdale at Greystoke Castle, depicting a young Henry Howard dressed in military attire holding a helmet, with the castle and sprawling grounds in background, signed with WAP monogram lower right, within a ornate moulded gilt frame. 75cm(h) x 62cm(w)£800-1200
554.    E Tani (Continental 18th/19th century)
A PAIR OF OIL ON BOARDS, the first an autumnal scene with river bank, fields and snow capped mountains, signed lower right, entitled Madrid, indistinctly dated, the second a coastal scene with windswept vibrant yellow fauna and billowing clouds, signed lower right, indistinctly titled, old label verso hand written in Spanish, both in moulded gilt frames and under glass. 25cm(h) x 33cm(w)£200-400
555.    AN 18TH CENTURY PORTRAIT oil on board, Charles Beckford Long and Robert Ballard Long (later General Long) twin sons of Edward Long Esq. and Mary Beckford, of circular form, the two young boys holding a flower posy, within a gilt mount and moulded gilt frame. 20.5cm£100-200
556.    A 19TH CENTURY OIL OF CHICKENS, oil on canvas laid down on board, a cockerel and chickens within a gloomy barn setting, indistinctly signed G.Sas.F(only showing under UV light) within a moulded gilt frame with scrolling ornamentation. 16cm(h) x 19cm(w)£200-300
557.    A 19TH CENTURY OIL ON TIN PANEL showing two young boys feasting on a basket of food with a canine companion, unsigned, in a moulded gilt frame, old 'Genre-Bild' label verso. 28cm(h) x 23cm(w)£150-200
558.    A Huntley (19th/20th century)
STORMY SEAS, oil on canvas, a masted sailing ship in difficulty, signed lower left, within a gilt slip and moulded gilt frame, under glass. 36cm(h) x 30cm(w) £60-80
559.    A Huntley (19th/20th century)
FISHING BOATS, fishing vessels moored near a small village, signed lower right, within a gilt slip and moulded gilt frame. 40cm(h) x 29cm(w)£60-80
560.    A 19TH CENTURY PORTRAIT, oil on oak panel, depicting a distinguished gentleman in opulent attire, unsigned, within an ornate moulded gilt frame. 30cm(h) x 23cm(w) £60-100
561.    A Taylor (19th century)
A 19TH CENTURY OIL ON CANVAS, sheep grazing in the grounds of a ruined castle or manor house with figures to the foreground, signed lower left, within a gilt slip and moulded gilt frame, under glass. 22cm(h) x 29cm(w)£40-60
562.    W H Jones (British 19th century)
S.S BRITISH KING IN A HURRICANE, oil on canvas, the steamship negotiating stormy seas, signed lower right, titled and dated March 17th 1887 lower right, in a moulded frame under glass. 45cm(h) x 71cm(w) £350-450
563.    A 19TH CENTURY OIL ON CANVAS, a study of a horse in an open pasture, sheep being herded in the background, in a moulded gilt frame. 44cm(h) x 60cm(w)£400-500
564.    William Mouncey (Scottish 1852-1901)
AN AUTUMNAL RIVER SCENE, oil on canvas, cattle watering on the bank of a river at dusk, with bridge and rural buildings in background, signed lower right, in a moulded gilt frame. 50cm(h) x 60cm(w)£800-1000
565.    AN 18TH CENTURY PORTRAIT, oil on canvas, bust length of a distinguished gentleman dressed in a blue military type jacket and waistcoat with gilt buttons, in a broad moulded gilt frame with shell ornaments. 76cm(h) x 62cm(w)£250-350
566.    Charles Edward Brittan (British 19th/20th century)
A MOORLAND LANDSCAPE most probably Dartmoor, horses and sheep grazing among the moorland heather, partially indistinct signature lower right, label verso, in a moulded gilt frame. 48cm(h) x 73cm(w)£300-400
567.    After Raphael
MADONNA OF THE CHAIR, a 19th century oil on panel, circular, depicting Mary, Jesus and John the Baptist, held within an ornately moulded gilt frame. 73cm£1000-1500
568.    A 19TH CENTURY NEW ZEALAND SCENE, oil on opaque glass panel, entitled 'Humboldt Range, Lake Wakatipu' lower left, monogrammed AB lower right, showing various fauna at the sandy shore of the lake with mountains rising in the distance, within a rounded gilt card mount and moulded frame, under glass. 19cm(h) x 27cm(w)£300-500
569.    After Stanley Royle (British 1888-1961)
AN ORCHARD SCENE, oil on canvas, a young girl clutching a bundle of sticks and feeding chickens in a blossoming orchard, signed 'Royle' lower left, within a pine and canvas frame. 60cm(h) x 45cm(w)£200-300
570.    Guy Worsdell (British 1908-1979)
EDINBURGH SIGNALS, oil on canvas, a view looking along railway tracks at dusk with buildings silhouetted against a colourful sky, signed upper right, within a moulded frame, entitled in ink verso. 60cm(h) x 76cm(w)£150-250
571.    Frank Hider (British 1861-1933)
IN THE TROSSACKS, a view of a Scottish loch with fells in the back ground, signed lower right, entitled verso, within a moulded gilt frame. 30cm(h) x 49cm(w)£80-120
572.    Malcolm Fraser (1869-1949)
A SNOW SCENE WITH SHEEP, oil on canvas, sheep in a winter landscape at sunset with vibrant colours, signed lower left, within an ornate gilt frame under glass. 60cm(h) x 115cm(w)£600-1000
573.    A LARGE OIL ON CANVAS OF GALLEONS of the Hanseatic League, signed 'Dirk G.....', within a heavily gilded frame, inscribed verso 'Placatzum Malkasten fest 1900' and ' Triumph des Hansa'. 114cm(h) x 112cm(w)£400-600
574.    William Lakin Turner (British 1867-1936)
HARVEST TIME, BORROWDALE, oil on canvas, figures resting amongst sheaves of corn, below Ladore in Troutdale near Grange, signed and dated 1902 lower right, held within a moulded gilt frame, entitled verso. 50cm(h) x 75cm(w) £3000-5000
575.    Alan R Thompson (British 1953-present)
A VIEW OF PENRITH TOWN CENTRE, oil on canvas, a view looking up Devonshire Street from the front of James and John Grahams with market stalls, traders and customers in front of the Musgrave monument, signed and dated 1984 lower left, within a gilt frame. 45cm(h) x 75cm(w)£200-300
576.    A LATE GEORGIAN INLAID MAHOGANY BANJO BAROMETER by G Anzani, Manchester, having a broken architectural pediment over an inlaid flower head medallion and thermometer with silvered scale, flanked at the base by inlaid navette-shaped conch shell paterea, the large circular silvered barometer dial with scale and maker's name over an inlaid floral medallion. 98cm(h)£300-500
577.    A 20TH CENTURY BRASS FOUR-GLASS CARRIAGE CLOCK by Angelus, having a bale type carrying handle over an exposed escapement under a bevelled glass panel, the dial with Roman hours and Arabic minute increments, marked 'Angelus made in England' the four bevelled glass panels enclosing the movement marked 'Made in England 11 Jewels', raised on a plinth base. 12cm(h)£80-120
578.    A LATE 19TH CENTURY DROP-DIAL WALL CLOCK, the circular frame having double string inlaid bands interspersed by roundals, the painted dial with Roman hours and two winding holes, the trunk with glazed and hinged door between foliate brackets. 69cm(h)£80-120
579.    A VICTORIAN SILVER MOUNTED FREE STANDING DESK CLOCK having a circular gilt metal dial with Arabic hours framing the central cast decoration depicting a cherub chasing butterflies beneath bevelled glass, the square silver surround embossed with foliate scrolls and small cartouché engraved 'Sic transit Gloria mundi' within a gadrooned border, marks for Birmingham 1891, the leather bound reverse enclosing the movement marked E.L.G. 16cm(h) x 6.5cm(d)£80-120
580.    AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY DESK MANTEL CLOCK of Gothic arch form decorated with a simulated shagreen finish, the circular dial with Arabic hours, simple wind-up movement, raised on four ball feet. 16cm(h)£30-60
581.    A LATE 19TH CENTURY FRENCH BRASS CARRIAGE CLOCK with swing carrying handle, the rectangular bevelled glass panel exposing the escapement, the rectangular case with four bevelled glass panels enclosing the enamelled dial with Roman hours and the movement marked DH France, raised on a plinth base with bracket feet. 12cm(h)£80-120
582.    AN EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY MANTEL CLOCK having a pointed arch surmount and lobed corners, the circular dial with Arabic hours, the facia having foliate scroll, strung borders and flower head paterea inlaid decoration, on a moulded plinth base with four brass ball feet, the brass movement marked 'Made in France'. 21cm(h) x 20cm(w) x 9cm(d)£80-100
583.    AN ART DECO MAHOGANY MANTEL CLOCK having an arched surmount and circular dial with Arabic hours to the chapter ring, a burrwood inlaid bowed apron between shaped supports, raised on stepped square plinths, the brass movement marked 'Made in France'. 19.5cm(h) x 22.5cm(w) x 8.5cm(d)£80-120
584.    A 20TH CENTURY SWISS MADE MINIATURE EIGHT-DAY MANTEL CLOCK of square form with circular dial, having Arabic hours framing the retailers name Brook & Son, Edinburgh, all within the polychrome enameled gilt metal body of birds and flowers, raised on four moulded feet, the base stamped 'Swiss Made' 'Metal Dore 10171'. £200-250
585.    A MODERN SILVER AND BRASS CARRIAGE CLOCK by Taylor & Bligh, London, of typical form with swing carrying handle and moulded top, the bevelled glass front enclosing the circular dial with Roman hours and Arabic minutes on a silver engine turned face, marks for Birmingham, maker T&B, the reverse opening to reveal the battery operated movement, raised on turned feet. 12cm(h) x 8cm(w) x 6.5cm(d)£120-160
586.    A 19TH CENTURY HEAVY BRASS WALL CLOCK having an urn-form crest over the arched surmount with pineapple finials, circular dial draped in swags and having enamel hour cartouchés with Roman hours enclosing moulded foliate scrolls and winding apertures, the sides with glazed panels and moulded scrolls, all over a tapering base with glazed front and side panels finishing with a Bacchus mask and further embellishment, the brass movement marked ''Le Rolle Freres Paris 252 A.H'. 89cm(h)£1400-1800
587.    A 20TH CENTURY OAK CASED MANTEL CLOCK having a shallow arched and scroll moulded top with foliate carved detail over a circular silvered dial with Roman hours to the chapter ring and two winding apertures, with scroll carved brackets below, raised on a plinth base and turned feet. 40cm(h) x 31cm(w) x 18cm(d)£150-200
588.    AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY INLAID MAHOGANY MANTEL CLOCK with inlaid stringing and pointed arch inlaid crest over the arched glazed door, the two subsidiary dials (slow-fast & chime-silent) over a chapter ring with Roman hours with three winding apertures, raised on a moulded platform base with applied and engraved brass presentation plaque dated 19, on turned bun feet. 41cm(h) x 27cm(w) x 17.5cm(d)£100-150
589.    A LATE VICTORIAN MAHOGANY BRACKET CLOCK having a pivoted brass carrying handle, arched and moulded top, the painted circular dial with Roman hours within a gilt bezel and under domed glass, all over two shaped grilles with arched grilles to each side, raised on a moulded platform base with brass ball feet. 37cm(h) x 27cm(w) x 18cm(w)£500-600
590.    A 19TH CENTURY OAK AND MAHOGANY 30-HOUR LONG CASE CLOCK having a flat topped hood with moulded cornice and plain frieze, square glazed hood door and turned columns, the arched and crossbanded trunk door between string inlaid columns, raised on a plain base, the painted dial with Roman hours to the chapter ring enclosing a painted floral spray, crescent form date aperture and maker's name, James Scott of Kendal, all framed by foliate spandrels. 204cm(h) £200-400
591.    A VICTORIAN FLAME MAHOGANY EIGHT-DAY LONG CASE CLOCK having a broken swan-neck pediment, a crossbanded frieze and square glazed hood door between turned columns, the short triple pointed, crossbanded trunk door below flanked by turned columns, raised on a plain base with canted corners, the square dial having Roman hours to the chapter ring enclosing a subsidiary seconds dial, crescent form date aperture and maker's name Paul Price, Chester, all framed by spandrels painted with figural depictions of the seasons. 214cm(h) £300-500
592.    A 19TH CENTURY EIGHT-DAY OAK LONG CASE CLOCK having a broken swan-neck pediment with central eagle finial between brass disc terminals, the arched glazed hood door between reeded columns, the short trunk door flanked by reeded and spirally fluted quarter columns, raised on a plain base; the arch of the dial painted with a broad flowing river, bridge and distant manor house, the chapter ring with Roman hours framing the indistinct maker's name (of Brechin) and subsidiary seconds and date dials and winding holes, all framed by painted foliate spandrels, sold with weights and pendulum. 206cm(h) £300-500
593.    A 19TH CENTURY OAK AND MAHOGANY THIRTY-HOUR LONG CASE CLOCK having a broken swan neck pediment with moulded disc terminals, an arched glazed hood door and turned columns, the short serpentine topped and crossbanded trunk door between moulded columns, raised on a crossbanded base with bracket feet; the arch of the dial painted with a young gentleman fishing on a river bank, the chapter ring with Roman hours enclosing the maker's name 'Isaac Hutchinson, Keswick' and crescent form date aperture, all framed by foliate spandrels, sold with weight and pendulum. 228cm(h)£300-500
594.    A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY EIGHT-DAY LONG CASE CLOCK number 146, by George Fish, Northampton, having a broken swan-neck pediment with gilt ball finials over the arched glazed hood door between turned columns, the short shaped and crossbanded trunk door between canted columns, on a plain crossbanded base with bracket feet; the arch of the dial engraved with the maker's name and clock number over the chapter ring with Roman hours and Arabic minutes, with three winding apertures, subsidiary seconds and date dials, the movement striking on a bell. 224cm(h) £600-1000
595.    A 19TH CENTURY SWEDISH LONG CASE CLOCK having a circular hood and conforming glazed hood door over a baluster form trunk and door, the moulded collar and shaped base with incised diaper type decoration, all white painted with gilt detail, the circular white painted dial with Arabic hours to the chapter ring, the makers name P Aberg, Hviddinge, sold with two weights and pendulum. 198cm(h)£300-500
596.    A MODERN CAST COMPOSITE STONE GARDEN FOUNTAIN having two graduating shell form basins and four horse form fountain apertures in a circular perimeter with moulded edge decoration. £500-600
597.    FIVE SECTIONS OF CAST-IRON GARDEN RAILING each oblong section formed as interlaced waves, scrolls and fruiting vines. 41cm(h) 149cm(L)£100-150
598.    A PAIR OF CAST-IRON GARDEN URNS of campana form having a moulded everted rim, lion mask and swag decoration to the body with up-turned handles and gadrooned base, raised on a fluted and knopped stem on square base. 61cm(h) x 43cm(w)£200-300
599.    A CAST-IRON GARDEN URN of campana form, having an everted rim and fluted body with a gadrooned base, raised on a fluted and knopped circular stem. 70cm(h) x 52cm(w)£150-250
600.    A CAST-IRON BOLLARD having a compressed spherical finial and tapering cylidrical column with moulded and fluted base section. 91cm(h)£60-100
601.    A VICTORIAN CAST IRON GARDEN BENCH, the central support cast with trailing vines between conforming ends, all united by a back rail and two seat rails. 82cm(h) x 58cm(w)£100-150
602.    A PAIR OF CAST COMPOSITE STONE GARDEN FIGURES modelled as seated greyhounds on an octagonal base with foliate moulding. 79cm(h)£150-250
603.    A GROUP OF THREE VICTORIAN TERRACOTTA BRICK INSERTS each of square form and moulded with thistles, clover and a shaped band to form a continuous pattern. 34cm £40-70
604.    A MOULDED AND STAINED COMPOSITE STONE RIDGE TILE modelled as a dragon perched on a pointed tile. 43cm(h) x 44cm(w) x 25cm(d)£60-90
605.    A PAIR OF CAST COMPOSITE STONE GARDEN FIGURES modelled as seated lions on a square base. 53cm(h)£180-250
606.    A PAIR OF CAST COMPOSITE STONE GARDEN FIGURES modelled as seated dogs on rectangular bases. 74cm(h)£150-250
607.    A CAST COMPOSITE GARDEN BUST of a long haired and bearded gentleman. 46cm(h)£60-90
608.    A CAST AND STAINED COMPOSITE STONE GARDEN BUST modelled as a classical female, on a small square base. 48cm(h)£50-80
609.    A PAIR OF SMALL CAST IRON GARDEN URNS of dished circular form with everted egg and dart moulded rim and fluted body, raised on a spreading fluted circular foot and square sockle. 26cm(h) x 38cm(w)£100-200
610.    A PAIR OF VICTORIAN CAST IRON STABLE SINKS each having a shallow quadrant form corner sink beside a deeper rounded rectangular basin, all fronted by a rolled rim. 123cm(L) x 70cm(d)£80-120
611.    A PAIR OF CAST IRON GARDEN URNS of dished circular form with everted egg and dart moulded rim and fluted body, raised on a fluted spreading circular foot. 36cm(h) x 55cm(w)£100-200
612.    A WROUGHT IRON AND SANDSTONE BOOT SCRAPER, the cylindrical uprights scrolled at the top and linked by an arched blade, mounted to the square sandstone base. 26cm(h) x 38cm(w)£40-60
613.    A WROUGHT IRON AND SANDSTONE BOOT SCRAPER having three uprights united by a curved blade and mounted to the crudely shaped pentagonal sandstone base. 17cm(h) x 53cm(w) x 33cm(d)£40-60
614.    A HAND WORKED STEEL AND SANDSTONE GARDEN FIGURE of a stylised goose in flight, mounted to a natural circular sandstone base. 76cm(h) x 72cm(w)£80-120
615.    A HAND WORKED STEEL AND GRANITE GARDEN FIGURE of a stylised swimming swan, mounted to an oval polished granite base. 40cm(h) x 63cm(L) x 31cm(w)£80-120
616.    A PAIR OF CAST COMPOSITE STONE GARDEN PLANTERS formed as ionic column capitals with typical scrolls and flutes. 32cm(h) x 42cm(w) x 34cm(d)£80-120
617.    A SMALL CARVED SANDSTONE ANGEL carved with hands clasped and kneeling in a praying position, crudely formed and weathered. 12cm(h) x 16.5cm(L) x 6cm(d)£40-60
618.    A CAST IRON GARDEN URN of dished circular form with everted egg and dart mounded rim and fluted body, raised on a spreading flute circular foot and square sockle. 56cm(h) x 75cm(w)£120-180
619.    A WROUGHT IRON GARDEN BENCH with scrolling arms and multiple horizontal slats. 82cm(h) x 183cm(w)£60-100
620.    A RECTANGULAR SANDSTONE TROUGH with deep central well. 31cm(h) x 60cm(w) x 39cm(d)£50-80
621.    A CIRCULAR SANDSTONE TROUGH. 31cm(h) x 44cm(d)£50-80
622.    A WROUGHT IRON AND SANDSTONE GARDEN ROLLER having a twisted T-form handle with scrolling brackets finishing with a broad pivoted sandstone roller. 136cm(h) x 93cm(w)£50-80
623.    A SANDSTONE BALL FINIAL of spherical form. 40cm(h)£50-80
624.    A SMALL CAST-IRON GARDEN URN of cylindrical form with everted and lobed rim over a petal moulded basel section, raised on a beaded knop with spreading and fluted circular foot and square base. 44cm(h) x 30cm(d)£50-80
625.    A PAIR OF CAST IRON AND LIMESTONE GARDEN PEDESTALS having later circular limestone top over a fluted and knopped column with domed circular foot, raised on later square limestone platform. 87cm(h)£60-100
626.    A 19TH CENTURY BOW-FRONTED MAHOGANY PRESS CUPBOARD having a moulded cornice and frieze with geometric inlay, two crossbanded panelled doors and internal linen slides, the lower stage having two short and two long drawers each with circular brass back plates and ring handles, raised on well carved animal paw-form front supports. 223cm(h) x 142cm(w) x 56cm(d)£800-1250
627.    AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY RIBBED TRAVEL TRUNK of hinged rectangular form with canvas covering and horizontal wooden ribs, the top opening to reveal the removable sectioned tray. 58cm(h) x 81cm(w) x 52cm(d)£40-60
628.    A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY BALLOON BACK CHILD'S CHAIR, having an arched top, waisted uprights united by a foliate scroll carved rail, bowed seat with padded needlework upholstery, raised on tuned supports linked by stretchers. 65cm(h)£50-80
629.    Workshop of Robert 'Mouseman' Thompson, Kilburn, North Yorkshire
AN OAK TUB ARMCHAIR having a raised and shaped top-rail, shaped arms supported by carved and pierced lattice splats and turned octagonal uprights, the square leather covered padded seat raised on conforming uprights, one with carved mouse signature, united by an X-form stretcher. m 80cm(h) x 62cm(w) £800-1000
630.    A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY MIRROR DOOR WARDROBE having a moulded cornice and plain frieze, the two long doors having an oblong mirror panel with rounded top corners and moulded surround opens to reveal the internal linen slides, shelves and hanging space, raised on a plinth base. 212cm(h) x 128cm(w) x 60cm(d) £200-300
631.    A LARGE VICTORIAN OAK SIDEBOARD BASE having an oblong top with moulded edge detail, one large central and two shorter end drawers each with curved facia, fluted carving, shaped brass back plates and bale type handles, the open central section and two small base carved panelled doors flanked by larger panelled cupboard doors, nicely stipple carved with floral urns, all between fluted uprights, raised on short tuned feet. 102cm(h) x 214cm(w) x 61cm(d)£200-300
632.    AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY GLAZED MAHOGANY BOOKCASE having a moulded cornice and plain frieze over two long glazed doors with internal shelving, the lower stage having a rectangular moulded top, two frieze drawers each with shaped and pierced brass back plates and bale type handles, two fielded panel cupboard doors, raised on a plinth base. 213cm(h) x 108cm(w) x 48cm(d)£150-250
633.    AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY FIVE-PIECE SALON SUITE comprising four single chairs and a settee, each chair having a yoke form top rail with foliate carved crest and scrolled ends over a central shaped, carved and pierced splat and shaped uprights, the serpentine fronted sprung seats upholstered in striped gold coloured fabric, raised on moulded cabriole type legs. 92cm(h); the settee having a shaped and foliate carved top rail, a central carved, pierced and padded section flanked by further padded sections, the serpentine fronted seat and scrolled out arms raised on short cabriole type supports, all upholstered in conforming material. 96cm(h) x 141cm(w)£200-300
634.    A GEORGIAN OAK LOWBOY having a rectangular moulded top with crossbanded edge detail, the two deep frieze drawers with shaped and pierced brass back plates and bale handles, raised on four square section legs with moulded edge decoration. 72cm(h) x 86cm(w) x 52cm(d)£300-500
635.    A VICTORIAN OAK WRITING DESK having a moulded rectangular top with later inset faux leather skiver over two cockbeaded frieze drawers, with conforming dummy drawers, raised on four tapering turned and faceted legs finishing with brass caps and castors. 73cm(h) x 137cm(w) x 91cm(d)£150-250
636.    AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY CARVED OAK STOOL having a moulded rectangular seat nicely carved with a stylised foliate motif and incised rail, raised on four angled bobbin turned legs united at the block and turned feet by stretchers. 40cm(h) x 38cm(w) x 29cm(d); sold along with a pair of small carved oak stools, the rectangular tops with moulded and carved edge detail enclosing a central foliate lozenge and spandrels, raised on four block and turned legs linked by a turned barley twist H-form stretcher. 19cm(h) x 30cm(w) x 20cm(d)£60-100
637.    A GEORGIAN OAK MULE CHEST, the rectangular moulded top opens on iron strap hinges to reveal the internal storage space, the facia having four fielded panels above two base drawers, each with shaped and pierced brass back plates, bale handles and conforming escutcheons, raised on shaped bracket feet. 85cm(h) x 140cm(w) x 51cm(d)£200-400
638.    A GEORGE III MAHOGANY DEMI-LUNE FOLD-OVER TEA TABLE having a hinged demi-lune top with rear gated supports, a plain frieze and tapering square section legs, the whole with boxwood edge stringing. 75cm(h) x 99cm(w) x 45cm(d)£150-250
639.    A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY BOOKCASE of small proportions, having a string inlaid oblong top with central concave break-front section, two conforming shelves and base section flanked by two slender panelled doors, all with strung edges, raised on short turned and tapering legs. 94cm(h) x 93cm(w) x 32cm(d)£150-250
640.    A LARGE GEORGIAN OAK PLANK COFFER, the oblong planked top opens on iron-strap hinges to reveal the internal storage, sectioned to one end, the plain planked facia with central iron lock plate, raised on canted square section feet. 74cm(h) x 190cm(L) x 57cm(d)£200-300
641.    A CRAFTSMAN MADE OAK DRESSER AND RACK in the manner of Robert 'Mouseman' Thompson, Kilburn, the upper stage with flat top over two plain shelves and square panelled back, all between plain uprights, the lower stage having a rectangular top above two drawers and two four-panelled cupboard doors, flanked by panelled sides, the ends extending as feet. 177cm(h) x 107cm(w) x 48cm(d)£200-400
642.    A GOOD QUALITY 1930'S BURR WALNUT VENEERED SEVEN PIECE BEDROOM SUITE IN THE VICTORIAN TASTE comprising serpentine fronted triple and double wardrobes both with fitted drawers, a breakfront dressing table having triple mirrors, a pair of single chairs and stool, a continental style headboard incorporating bedside cupboards. The interiors of the pieces are all maple lined and exceptional quality. (7)£1500-2500
643.    A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY PRESS CUPBOARD having a moulded cornice and narrow plain frieze, the two arched and fielded panel doors open to reveal the internal hanging space, the lower stage having two short and two long drawers each with inlaid lozenge form bone escutcheons and turned knob handles, raised on turned feet. 220cm(h) x 138cm(w) x 53cm(d) £300-500
644.    AN E.J. RILEY LTD OF ACCRINGTON, SLATE-BED SNOOKER TABLE of small proportions, having a four-section moulded mahogany cover enclosing the baize playing surface and plain frieze, the baulk end with transferred maker's name, raised on four turned and fluted legs stamped at the top with maker's details, sold along with a boxed set of Ambassador 8-ball pool balls. 75cm(h) x 172cm(L) x 95cm(w)£200-300
645.    A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY CAPTAINS CHAIRS having a shaped and bowed top rail and tub form back, the scrolled out arms supported by multiple turned spindle uprights, the dished square seat with rounded corners raised on turned legs linked by stretchers. 80cm(h)£80-120
646.    A SET OF SEVEN REGENCY MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS comprising six singles and one carver, each having a broad concave tablet form top-rail with incised horizontal line decoration over the moulded and spreading uprights, the tapering drop-in seat re-upholstered in red fabric, raised on moulded sabre front supports. 85cm(h) £200-300
647.    A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY FOLD-OVER CARD TABLE having a well figured rectangular top with rounded front corners and crossbanded border, lifting to reveal the baize playing surface, the plain frieze raised on turned legs finishing with brass caps and castors. 76cm(h) x 91cm(w) x 45cm(d)£100-200
648.    A VICTORIAN CARVED MAHOGANY NURSING CHAIR having a foliate and bird crest rail carved and pierced in high relief, the oblong padded back with floral needlework cover within a carved surround and flanked by turned and carved uprights, the tapering sprung seat with conforming cover raised on tapering, turned and carved front supports finishing with ceramic castors. 112cm(h)£120-180
649.    A 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL EBONIZED AND BURR-WALNUT VITRINE having a rectangular top with burr-walnut banding and protruding canted corners, the burr-walnut frieze centred by an oval hand painted ceramic plaque in a gilt metal foliate surround, the two long glazed doors with beaded gilt metal glazing bars enclosing the internal shelving, all between turned columns with gilt metal Corinthian capitals, raised on a shaped plinth base. 109cm(h) x 100cm(w) x 41cm(d)£250-350
650.    A 19TH CENTURY BURR-WALNUT WELLINGTON CHEST having a rectangular top and plain frieze, the flight of eight graduated drawers having turned knob handles between plain columns, one column hinged and forming the locking mechanism, raised on a plinth base. 130cm(h) x 57cm(w) x 40.5cm(d)£300-400
651.    A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY PEDESTAL DESK having a rectangular inverted break-front top with moulded edge and rounded front corners over a long central frieze drawer with moulded beading and turned handles and smaller conforming drawers, the two supporting pedestals each having three graduated drawers, raised on plinth bases. 83cm(h) x 137cm(w) x 60cm(d)£300-500
652.    AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY BOW-FRONTED GLAZED BOOKCASE having a shallow moulded cornice and plain frieze, the two long glazed doors with rectangular glazing bars enclosing the later glass shelving, all above two panelled cupboard doors with string inlaid borders, raised on shaped bracket feet. 187cm(h) x 92cm(w) x 31cm(d)£200-300
653.    A LARGE VICTORIAN OAK DISPLAY CABINET having a moulded cornice and plain frieze over a central glazed door with shaped glazing bars, the angled glazed panels with hinged side doors and turned carved supports, the lower stage having a small central mask and scroll carved panel between frieze drawers, carved with integral handles, foliate scrolls and motifs, the large panelled door profusely carved with foliate scrolls between conforming angled glazed panels and supports, raised on a plinth base with shaped bracket feet. 223cm(h) x 133cm(w) x 58cm(d) £300-500
654.    A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY WALL BRACKET, the shaped bow-fronted top issuing a foliate carved scrolling support. 33cm(h) x 45cm(w) x 26.5cm(d)£50-80
655.    A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY BREAKFAST TABLE having a rounded rectangular top with pivoted snap-top action and broad turned central column with four down-swept acanthus carved and moulded legs finishing with brass animal paw feet and castors. 73cm(h) x 125cm(w) x 94cm(d)£200-300
656.    AN EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY ARMCHAIR AND MATCHING SINGLE CHAIR each having a scrolled top rail centred by a carved fruit crest with tapering central splat below, with pierced foliate brackets and inlaid with ivory and stained wood samples in a scrolling foliate design, the armchair with shaped open arms, the tapering padded seats with break-front seat rail raised on acanthus capped cabriole type supports. 103cm(h) & 94cm(h)£80-120
657.    A VICTORIAN BRASS ADJUSTABLE LAMP STANDARD, having a dished socket with everted and arcaded rim, the pierced body with stylised trailing foliage decoration over the cylindrical brass upright, the lower stage central brass column within a pierced scroll and roundel decorated structure, finishing with three protruding fruit form feet. 174cm(h)£150-250
658.    A 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL WALNUT SECRETAIRE CHEST OF DRAWERS having a rectangular top, a long secretaire drawer with embossed oval brass escutcheon, back plates and ring handles, the drawer front falling by button release to reveal the spindle gallery sides with an arrangement of drawers and shelving, all above three long drawers with conforming ornamentation, the reeded columns extending as scrolled feet. 103cm(h) x 128cm(w) x 63cm(d) £200-400
659.    A 19TH CENTURY YEW WOOD CHEST OF DRAWERS having a rectangular top with string inlaid chamfered edge, the three long crossbanded drawers each with central inlaid shield form escutcheon between turned ebony handles, all flanked by plain rounded columns, raised on block feet. 96cm(h) x 128cm(w) x 61cm(d)£300-500
660.    A GEORGIAN OAK CHEST ON CHEST having a moulded cornice with geometric band, two short and three long cockbeaded drawers, the lower stage with three long graduating drawers, all with shaped brass back plates and bale handles, raised on later turned feet. 165cm(h) x 100cm(w) x 53cm(d)£600-800
661.    A VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD FRAMED NURSING CHAIR having a tall padded back and tapering padded seat upholstered in mustard coloured material, raised on well carved acanthus capped cabriole type legs finishing with animal paw feet. 97cm(h)£100-150
662.    A GEORGIAN OAK LOWBOY having a moulded rectangular top and long cockbeaded single frieze drawer with central brass bale handle, raised on four square section legs with moulded detail. 73cm(h) x 91cm(w) x 58cm(d) £200-300
663.    A 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL THREE-FOLD SCREEN, the central section having a raised foliate carved crest over an oval glazed panel within a carved and pierced laurel leaf surround, with classical floral tapestry panel and short panel with quadrant corners, the two end sections having an inverted top with six bevelled glass panels over a conforming panel, raised on turned and fluted feet, the whole painted in light green. 72cm(h) x 159cm(w)£120-180
664.    A 19TH CENTURY BENCH SETTEE having a moulded top-rail with multiple slat supports, the scrolled out arms with pierced oval splats, one end with turned spindles, the cushioned seat raised on turned and fluted legs. 75cm(h) x 155cm(w)£100-150
665.    AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY LOUIS VUITTON RIBBED TRAVEL TRUNK of hinged rectangular form with horizontal wooden ribs and LV patterned canvas covering, opening to reveal the lined interior with Louis Vuitton, Exposition Universelle Paris 1900 paper label. 30cm(h) x 101cm(w) x 54cm(d); sold together with smaller similar example. £100-200
666.    A VICTORIAN STAINED MAHOGANY FOLDING COACHING TABLE by Thornton & Herne, of circular form hinged at the centre, the underside bearing ivorine manufacturer's label , raised on pivoted turned supports linked by stretchers, the underside bearing ivorine manufacturer's label. 104cm(h) closed.£60-100
667.    A SET OF FOUR 19TH CENTURY ELM-SEATED CAPTAINS CHAIRS each having a bowed top-rail and tub form back and arms supported by multiple turned spindles, the dished elms seats raised on turned uprights linked by stretchers 80cm(h)£150-200
668.    A LARGE 19TH CENTURY OAK CORNER CHAIR having a shaped and raised back with central vase splat over the bowed out-swept arms with conforming supports, the shaped triangular drop-in seat with floral needlework covering, raised on cabriole supports linked by turned stretchers. 113cm(h) x 81cm(w)£150-200
669.    A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY FRAMED SETTEE having a humped serpentine padded back, nicely scrolled out arms with cushioned and sprung seat, all upholstered in patterned green, blue and red material, raised on acanthus leaf carved cabriole front supports. 89cm(h) x 173cm(w)£800-1200
670.    A GEORGE III MAHOGANY PRESS CUPBOARD having a moulded cornice with dentil band and arcaded frieze, the two large panelled doors with quadrant corners encloses the internal linen slides, the lower stage having two short and three long graduating and cockbeaded drawers, each with brass bale handles, raised on shaped bracket feet. 213.5cm(h) x 127cm(w) x 59cm(d)£600-1000
671.    A GEORGIAN MAHOGANY FRAMED WING-BACK ARMCHAIR having a flat-topped padded back with shaped wings, scrolled-out arms and sprung seat, all later upholstered in patterned material, raised on well defined cabriole legs finishing with pointed toes. 114cm(h)£150-250
672.    A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY FRAMED EASY CHAIR having a padded rectangular back, scrolled out arms and sprung seat, upholstered in patterned material, raised on ring turned front supports finishing with brass caps and ceramic castors. 94cm(h)£100-150
673.    A GEORGIAN OAK LOWBOY having a moulded rectangular top, two frieze drawers each with moulded edge detail, shaped brass back plates and bale handles, with short shaped apron below, raised on cabriole legs finishing with pad feet. 70cm(h) x 84cm(w) x 59cm(d)£250-350
674.    A GEORGIAN MAHOGANY SERVING TABLE having a rectangular top with moulded detail to the front and sides, a plain frieze and square sections supports. 73cm(h) x 180cm(w) x 90.5cm(d)£150-250
675.    NO LOT£50-80
676.    A VICTORIAN OAK PLANTSTAND having a moulded triple-lobed top, shaped and incised frieze and three turned and fluted uprights finishing with a triple pointed base with central raised and carved pyramid. 56cm(h) x 36cm(w) £60-100
677.    A GEORGE III MAHOGANY BOW-FRONTED SIDEBOARD having a bowed rectangular top, central deep cockbeaded cellarette drawer with demi-lune apron inlaid with a fan motif, flanked by cockbeaded drawers and arched sections, raised on tapering square section legs. 94cm(h) x 172cm(w) x 72cm(d)£400-600
678.    A GEORGE III OAK MULE CHEST, the rectangular moulded and panelled top opening on replacement hinges to reveal the internal candle box and storage space, the plain frieze with central lock plate flanked by carved ownership initials BR and date 1764 with four fielded panels, the central base drawer and two large flanking drawers below each having shaped and pierced brass back plates and escutcheons, the ends extending as feet. 75cm(h) x 137cm(w) x 54cm(d)£200-300
679.    A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH TUB ARMCHAIR having a bowed padded back, the arms with exposed fluted and scrolled supports, the serpentine fronted cushioned seat raised on slender moulded cabriole supports. 95cm(h)£100-150
680.    A VICTORIAN PAINTED LEATHER THREE-FOLD SCREEN, each slender oblong panel having an arched top above the painted decoration depicting a classical balcony adorned with flowers, the reverse panelled, each section measuring. 76cm(h) x 46cm(w) £80-120
681.    A LATE VICTORIAN OAK FIRE SCREEN having an arched top-rail with foliate scroll and notch carved detail over a rectangular tapestry panel depicting a blossoming plant, all between finial topped, notch carved and chamfered square section uprights, raised upon acanthus carved trestle type feet. 104cm(h) x 43cm(w)£80-120
682.    A GEORGIAN MAHOGANY FRAMED WING-BACK ARMCHAIR having a humped and padded back with shaped wings and scrolled out arms, all upholstered in patterned deep red material and later covered in a green fitted material, the tapering padded seat raised on tapering square section legs finishing with brass castors. 120cm(h)£200-300
683.    A 19TH CENTURY ROSEWOOD WORK TABLE, the rectangular top with shallow raised edge enclosing a geometric inlaid border and quarter veneer, the shaped apron with end drawer raised on slender cabriole type supports linked by a rectangular under-tier. 70cm(h) x 47cm(w) x 31cm(d)£80-120
684.    A VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD THREE-TIER WHATNOT having a square top with chamfered edge detail, two tiers of conforming shape with shallow raised edge, all raised on turned uprights finishing with brass caps and castors. 79.5cm(h) x 40.5cm(w)£120-180
685.    A GEORGIAN OAK CHEST OF DRAWERS having a moulded rectangular top crossbanded in mahogany, two short and three long drawers each cockbeaded and crossbanded with brass bale handles, raised on ogee bracket feet. 90cm(h) x 101cm(w) x 50cm(d)£300-500
686.    A VICTORIAN BRASS-BOUND CAMPHOR WOOD CHEST of hinged rectangular form with brass bound corners, central brass cartouché and inset lock, the top lifting to reveal the internal storage space, raised on a moulded base with bracket feet. 55cm(h) x 104cm(w) x 52cm(d)£100-150
687.    A LATE 18TH CENTURY MAHOGANY CHEST ON STAND, the upper stage having a moulded cornice, the two short and three long graduated and cockbeaded drawers each with shaped brass back plates and bale handles, the lower stage having a moulded edge over a short central cockbeaded drawer flanked by deeper drawers with conforming handles, raised on cabriole type legs enclosing a shaped apron. 167cm(h) x 100cm(w) x 56.5cm(d) £600-1000
688.    Robert 'Mouseman' Thompson, Kilburn, North Yorkshire A PAIR OF OAK JOINT STOOLS each having a rectangular concave burr-oak seat raised on block and octagonal supports, one bearing the carved mouse signature, linked by plain stretchers. 36cm(h) x 40cm(w) x 27cm(d)£800-1200
689.    A LATE 17TH CENTURY OAK COURT CUPBOARD having a planked flat top, a frieze carved with interlaced strap work motifs centred by ownership initials TGR and date 1692, the ends extending as turned barley twist supports, all above a further guilloche carved frieze, two S-scroll carved panel doors and central guilloche carved double panel, the lower stage having two plain drawers, a central four panel section and two four panel cupboard doors, all between incised stile ends, raised on a later plinth base. 165cm(h) x 182cm(w) x 58cm(d)
***This lot belonged to Esme William Howard (first Baron Howard of Penrith) (1864-1939) and his wife Lady Isabella Guistiniani-Bandini (1867-1963) and was removed from Hampton Court to Bushby House on her death.£2000-3000
690.    A LARGE 19TH CENTURY EBONISED AND GILT CONTINENTAL BOOKCASE having a shallow moulded gilt enriched top and slender panelled frieze, the central section with two wire meshed long doors enclosing the internal adjustable shelving, flanked by lobed, fluted and gilt enriched columns, all between two conforming single sections, raised on turned tapering feet. 182cm(h) x 227cm(w) x 43cm(d)
***This lot belonged to Esme William Howard (first Baron Howard of Penrith) (1864-1939) and his wife Lady Isabella Guistiniani-Bandini (1867-1963) and was removed from Hampton Court to Bushby House on her death.£3200-4500
691.    A PAIR OF EARLY ITALIAN ARMCHAIRS in the 17th century manner, having a carved top-rail enriched in gilt, a similar mid-rail between square section uprights with scrolled terminals, the open arms with shaped ends and turned supports flanking the solid rectangular seat with shaped and carved apron, the square section legs linked by two turned front stretchers and trestle type feet. 122cm(h)
***This lot belonged to Esme William Howard (first Baron Howard of Penrith) (1864-1939) and his wife Lady Isabella Guistiniani-Bandini (1867-1963) and was removed from Hampton Court to Bushby House on her death.£600-800
692.    A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY SWING TOILET MIRROR, the oval mirror plate within a banded and boxwood strung frame pivoted between shaped uprights with turned ivory disc terminals, the rectangular bow-fronted platform base with two drawers, raised on shaped bracket feet. 51.5cm(h) x 36cm(w) x 19cm(d)£60-100
693.    A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY BUTLERS TRAY ON STAND of rectangular form with plain galleried edge lowered at the front and with pierced carrying handles to the sides, the front bearing an ivorine label for Harrods Stores Ltd, Brush and Turnery Dept, Brompton Road London SW, raised on a simple pivoted X-frame stand with stretchers. 84cm(h) x 85cm(L) x 58.5cm(w)£100-150
694.    AN 18TH CENTURY OAK COURT CUPBOARD having a moulded cornice and plain frieze with turned end pendants, two panelled cupboard doors interspersed by moulded panels, the lower stage having a central double panelled section flanked by double panelled doors with iron axe-form hinges and two double panelled end sections, raised on turned feet. 162cm(h) x 208cm(w) x 68cm(d)£600-1000
695.    A LARGE GEORGIAN OAK CUPBOARD having a moulded cornice above a nulled type carved double panelled frieze, large door decorated with six fielded panels, the base having two drawers each with shaped brass escutcheons and later handles, raised on a moulded plinth base. 195cm(h) x 115cm(L) x 56cm(d)£200-400
696.    A SUBSTANTIAL VICTORIAN OAK COFFER constructed from older timber, of oblong form split into two lidded sections, each opening on scrolled iron strap hinge to reveal the internal storage space, all over a four panelled fascia. 69cm(h) x 174cm(w) x 52cm(d)£300-500
697.    A VICTORIAN CARVED MAHOGANY ARMCHAIR having a scroll carved crest rail, a similar frieze and profusely carved and pierced panel back depicting a foliate urn, square section uprights and down swept open arms, the sprung seat upholstered in green patterned material with scroll carved apron, raised on substantial animal paw feet with brass castors. 120cm(h) £200-250
698.    AN ARTS AND CRAFTS OAK BABYS' FEEDING CHAIR in the manner of Robert 'Mouseman' Thompson of Kilburn, North Yorkshire, having a pointed architectural top, padded back and commode seat, the bowed front with moulded slats and uprights capped with carved mice, all raised on tapering rectangular section legs. 25cm(h) x 61cm(w) x 41cm(d)£800-1000
699.    A PAIR OF CAST IRON BAR TABLES each having a replacement moulded circular white painted wooden top, a fluted and knopped cast iron column with entwined serpent support, on a moulded base with three scrolled feet. 69cm(h) x 67cm(w)£80-120
700.    A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY VITRINE CABINET having a moulded rectangular top with applied three quarter gilt metal gallery, the long bevelled glass door with quarter veneered panel base and moulded gilt metal surrounds, all enclosing the material lined interior and glass shelving, raised on slender tapering legs with gilt metal mounts. 133cm(h) x 54cm(w) x 31cm(d)£100-150
701.    A PAIR OF VICTORIAN MAHOGANY BALLOON-BACK DINING CHAIRS having a shaped yoke-form crest and rounded shoulders, the open back with shaped uprights and scroll moulding, the tapering drop in seat raised on a moulded seat-rail and turned front supports. 65cm(h) £50-80
702.    AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY PEMBROKE TABLE of small proportions having a bowed rectangular top and demi-lune flaps, the single frieze drawer with brass escutcheon and bale handle, raised on four tapering square section legs finishing with brass castors. 74cm(h) x 76cm(w) x 51cm(d)£60-100
703.    A 19TH CENTURY WING-BACK ARMCHAIR having a padded rectangular back with slender wings scrolled at the top, conforming scrolled out arms and a sprung seat, all upholstered in mustard coloured material, raised upon cabriole type front supports linked by turned stretchers, the rear supports stamped '7355'. 113cm(h)£200-300
704.    AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY WALNUT FRAMED MIRROR, the rectangular bevelled mirror plate held within a foliate carved gilt slip and moulded walnut frame with re-entrant top corners, easel stand to reverse. 67cm(h) x 42cm(w)£100-150
705.    AN ARTS AND CRAFTS OAK BOOK RACK, the top sloping rails forming a book trough, the central pierced handle sliding on grooves over a plain under shelf and further book trough section (marked patent), all between pierced and shaped trestle ends. 85cm(h) x 56cm(w) x 22cm(d)£80-120
706.    A VICTORIAN CAST IRON BAR TABLE, the circular mahogany top raised on a cast iron base with shield crests the three tapering legs cast with a classical robed female and scrolls finishing with a lobed foot, all united by a circular pierced under shelf, cast registration numbers to underside. 75.5cm(h) x 59cm(w)£100-150
707.    AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY GLAZED MAHOGANY MUSIC CABINET having a raised and carved three quarter gallery lobed at the centre and moulded top, the long bevelled glass door enclosing the internal shelving, raised on shaped bracket feet. 119cm(h) x 54cm(w) 45cm(d)£60-100
708.    A 19TH CENTURY BRASS INLAID MAHOGANY ETERGE having a shaped serpentine top with raised and pierced three quarter gallery and gilt metal edge, the string inlaid border enclosing the inlaid brass foliate scroll cartouché, the further two tiers of conforming shape, united by turned uprights, finishing with turned legs. 79cm(h) x 46cm(w) x 34cm(d)£80-120
709.    A VICTORIAN INLAID WHATNOT having four demi-lune tiers inlaid with a scrolling crest and supported by turned finial topped supports on turned feet. 133cm(h) x 60cm(w)£40-60
710.    A GEORGIAN MAHOGANY WASHSTAND, the hinged plain top lifting to reveal a large circular washbasin aperture and two smaller apertures, raised on turned tapering supports centred by an under tier and drawer, the supports continuing to turned feet linked by an X-form stretcher. 84cm(h) x 39cm(w)£30-50
711.    AN EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY WALL CUPBOARD having a flat oblong top with shallow dentil moulded cornice, central rectangular panelled door highly inlaid with a foliate urn, a short under shelf and two frieze drawers with shaped and scrolled apron. 89cm(h) x 60cm(w) x 26cm(d) £150-200
712.    A 19TH CENTURY CARVED DARK OAK PLANT PEDESTAL having an octagonal top with raised rim and turned acorn pendants, the carved pedestal in the form of an eagle and its' prey, raised on an octagonal base with shallow carved foliate band, on turned feet. 87cm(h)£200-300
713.    A PAIR OF YEW AND ELM WINDSOR CHAIRS each having a hooped back with central shaped and pierced splat within six turned spindles, the dished tapering solid elm seat raised on turned supports linked by stretchers. 88cm(h) (2)£100-150
714.    A CHINESE CARVED HARDWOOD DESK of rectangular form with banded and gadrooned edge, a long central drawer and four smaller drawers each carved in relief with blossoming branches, raised on four cylindrical legs with conforming carving. 74cm(h) x 110cm(w) x 54cm(d)£200-300
715.    A GEORGIAN OAK GATE-LEGGED TABLE of small proportions, having a rounded oblong top and demi-lune flaps, supported on block and turned uprights with hinged gates. 68cm(h) x 72cm(w) x 35cm(d)£80-100
716.    AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE having a moulded rectangular top, two frieze drawers shallow carved with profuse fret work decoration, the short fluted columns raised on acanthus capped, moulded tapering legs finishing with paw feet, and flute square section rear supports, all united by a shaped stretcher. 77cm(h) x 106cm(w) x 46cm(d)£120-180
717.    AN ARTS AND CRAFTS OAK DUMB WAITER having two shaped rectangular tiers between pierced and shaped trestle type ends with stylised decoration, arched carrying handles and trestle feet linked by a shaped stretcher. 67cm(h) x 65cm(w) x 34cm(d)£150-200
718.    A SET OF EIGHT REGENCY MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS comprising six single chairs and two carvers, each having a moulded and bowed tablet-form top-rail, turned and twisted mid-rail between fluted, scroll topped uprights, the carver chairs with down swept and reeded open arms, the padded drop in seats (the carver seats being integral) upholstered in cream and red patterned material, raised on turned tapering legs. 82cm(h) (8) £600-800
719.    A HARLEQUIN SET OF NINE 19TH CENTURY RUSH-SEATED LADDER BACK CHAIRS comprising six matching single chairs, one odd single chair and two non matching carvers, each having shaped horizontal slats between turned uprights, the rushed tapering seats raised on turned legs linked by stretchers. (9) £200-300
720.    AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY EIGHT-PIECE SALON SUITE upholstered in pale foliate patterned material, comprising six single chairs, a nursing chair and a low easy armchair, each having an arched foliate carved crest rail with oval shield, oval padded open backs, (nursing and easy chair with arched rectangular padded backs) between turned and fluted columns, the nursing chair with scrolling brackets, the armchair with partially padded scrolled out open arms, the bow fronted seats raised on turned and fluted legs, the two larger chairs with ceramic castors. (8)£200-300
721.    A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY AND ROSEWOOD PRESS CUPBOARD having a dentil moulded cornice and rosewood veneer frieze, the two long double panelled doors crossbanded in rosewood with inlaid detail, enclose the converted internal hanging space, the lower stage having two rosewood crossbanded drawers, raised on short bracket feet. 205cm(h) x 144cm(w) x 61cm(d)£150-200
722.    AN EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY LOW TUB ARMCHAIR having an arched top rail with inlaid tablet of putti and foliate scrolls, a pierced vase form splat inlaid with mythical beasts, shaped mid-rail, shaped uprights and shaped open arms with carved scrolling elements, the circular padded seat raised on turned legs and ceramic castors. 73cm(h) £40-50
723.    A VICTORIAN EBONISED AND GLAZED CREDENZA having a bowed break-front top above a boxwood inlaid frieze and gilt metal borders, the rectangular door centred by an oval Sévres type ceramic plaque in a gilt metal surround with ribbon and laurel leaf embellishments, all within a walnut banded border and gilt metal mounts, flanked by inlaid columns with gilt metal mounts and quadrant glazed cupboard doors enclosing the material lined shelving, on a plinth base and turned feet. 107cm(h) x 148cm(w) x 39cm(d)£600-800
724.    A 20TH CENTURY OAK SIDE TABLE in the William and Mary style, having a rectangular top with moulded edge detail, a long frieze drawer with shaped brass back plates and bale handles, and shaped apron, raised on turned legs with bold turned feet linked by an X-form stretcher with central finial. 75cm(h) x 81cm(w) x 53cm(d)£100-150
725.    AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY MAHOGANY BUTLER STAND, the small dished circular tray supported by a pedestal in the form of a serving boy in livery, on a moulded rectangular platform base. 85cm(h)£40-50
726.    A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY SPOON DISPLAY CABINET having a moulded cornice and narrow plain frieze, a glazed door with shaped surround enclosing two horizontal rails with notched spoon apertures, a sloping front and base drawer with glass handles. 65cm(h) x 39cm(w) x 18cm(d)£60-80
727.    A VICTORIAN GILT METAL WALL MIRROR having a bevelled rectangular mirror plate within an ornate pierced scroll frame with mask and dragon surmount and griffin form lower corners, the central mask issuing a scrolling three branch candle sconce with dragon embellishment, the reverse cast with WT&S and number 59065. 68cm(h)£80-120
728.    A SET OF EARLY 20TH CENTURY MAHOGANY WALL SHELVES having a yoke form crest rail with gilt metal garland and flower head ornamentation over three graduating oblong shelves with scroll supports. 61cm(h) x 65cm(w) x 18cm(d)£60-80
729.    AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY MAHOGANY CARD TABLE by Howard and Sons Ltd, Berners Street, in the Georgian taste, having a crossbanded hinged rectangular top with re-entrant corners and swivel action, a baize playing surface and plain frieze, raised on slender cabriole type legs with pointed toes, stamped to the frame underside 'Howard & Sons Ltd, Berners St. 17771 9291'. 67cm(h) x 61cm(w) x 41cm(d)£80-120
730.    A LATE VICTORIAN MAHOGANY BREAKFAST TABLE having a moulded oval top with shallow frieze, pivoted snap-top action and central turned column with roundel ornamentation, raised on four out-swept legs with incised decoration, finishing with brass castors. 74cm(h) x 112cm(w) x 93cm(d)£150-200
731.    AN IMPRESSIVE LATE 17TH CENTURY OAK COURT CUPBOARD having a moulded cornice, a frieze carved with foliate S-scrolls and central ownership initials WsE with date 1688, between turned pendants over a lunette carved frieze, the panelled cupboard doors carved with scrolling interlaced knot motifs, the surrounds with strap work arabesques, all interspersed by arched and lozenge form panels finely carved with scrolling knot work within guilloche surrounds, the lower stage having a guilloche, nulled and scroll carved frieze, three four-panelled doors with iron axe-form hinges, interspersed by slender double panelled sections, all profusely carved with foliate scrolls and motifs with a geometric and scroll carved base rail, all between stiles and panelled side with conforming carvings, the stiles extending as feet. 192cm(h) x 253.5cm(w) x 57cm(d)£5000-8000
732.    AN 18TH CENTURY OAK BOX SETTLE having an incised top rail and triple panel back between incised roundel topped uprights, shaped down-swept arms with short barley twist supports, the seat with iron axe-form hinges lifts to reveal the internal storage space over a triple panelled base, the ends extending as feet. 111cm(h) x 108cm(w) x 60cm(d)£300-500
733.    AN 18TH CENTURY OAK DRESSER BASE having a moulded rectangular top, two crossbanded and inlaid frieze drawers each with shaped brass back plates and bale handles, raised on tapering block and turned supports with shaped upper brackets and linked by stretchers, on turned onion form front feet. 85cm(h) x 126cm(w) x 50cm(d)£400-600
734.    A GEORGIAN OAK CUPBOARD having a moulded rectangular top, a notch carve frieze and two double panelled doors with iron axe-form hinges, incised surrounds and later carved panels, raised on a plinth base with bracket feet. 94cm(h) x 96cm(w) x 39cm(d)£200-300
735.    A SET OF EIGHT LATE 18TH/EARLY 19TH CENTURY RUSH-SEATED LADDER-BACKED CHAIRS comprising two carvers and six single chairs, each having a bowed top rail with four shaped and graduated horizontal slats between turned uprights, the rushed tapering seats raised on turned supports with pad feet linked by stretchers, the carver chairs with shaped out-swept arms. 104cm(h) & 96cm(h)£400-600
736.    A GEORGIAN OAK COFFER having a triple panel oblong top which opens on simple ring hinges to reveal the internal storage space, the double panel facia centred by an iron lock plate, the ends extending as feet. 54cm(h) x 104cm(w) x 45cm(d)£200-300
737.    AN 18TH CENTURY OAK PLANK COFFER, the oblong top with incised lines and notch carved ends opens on iron strap hinges, the plain facia with central iron lock plate, the ends extending as feet. 58cm(h) x 117cm(w) x 41cm(d)£200-300
738.    AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY OAK GATE-LEGGED TABLE having an oblong top with rounded ends over demi-lune flaps with gated supports, raised on turned uprights finishing with turned feet, linked by stretchers. 74cm(h) x 117cm(w) x 49cm(d)£300-500
739.    . A 1970'S MOULDED PLASTIC SWIVEL LOUNGE CHAIR in the manner of Robin Day, the moulded body with integral arms and buttoned upholstery, raised on a swivel X-form base 94cm(h)£100-150
740.    AN EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY OCCASIONAL TABLE having a circular moulded and crossbanded top centred by a Sheraton style inlaid conch shell paterae, four square section legs flared at the base and united by a circular under tier with shaped supports. 72cm(h) x 54cm(w)£200-300
741.    A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY POLE SCREEN having a rectangular needlework screen depicting figures in an interior scene, a plain mahogany frame mounted to the foliate capped pole by adjustable gilt metal fittings, raised on a baluster turned column and concave tri-foil platform base with turned and petal carved feet. 138cm(h)£120-150
742.    A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY TORCHÉRE having a circular petal moulded top over a short tapering and fluted section and moulded collar, raised on a plain turned column, circular moulded base and three carved animal paw feet with castors. 120cm(h)£80-120
743.    A SMALL JAPANESE BLACK LACQUERED TWO-FOLD SCREEN, the two oblong panels inset with shaped mother-of-pearl to form figures, trees and buildings, the black lacquered ground with gilt painted detail and stylised borders. 92cm(h) x 62cm(w) £150-200
744.    A SET OF NINE REGENCY MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS having a broad curved top-rail with tapered ends, a tablet form mid-rail with bead moulding and square section uprights, the padded tapering drop-in seats raised on turned front supports. 90cm(h)£200-400
745.    A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY CYLINDER POT CUPBOARD having a raised circular top, a moulded edge and plain frieze, the bowed and hinged door enclosing the internal shelving, raised on a plinth base. 1245cm(h) x 48cm(w)£100-150
746.    A 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE having a serpentine fronted, quarter veneered rectangular top with chamfered front edge and three frieze drawers, raised on moulded cabriole type legs finishing with scroll feet. 77cm(h) x 102cm(w) x 54cm(d) £100-150
747.    A 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL MAHOGANY FOLD-OVER TEA TABLE having a hinged and serpentine fronted rectangular top with swivel action, the shaped frieze with foliate scroll moulding, raised on four cabriole type legs with foliate carved capitals. 77cm(h) x 90cm(w) x 45cm(d)£100-150
748.    AN EDWARDIAN INLAID ROSEWOOD PIANO STOOL having a padded rectangular seat with scrolled out and turned carrying handles, the rectangular panelled facia inlaid with musical instruments and scrolls, opens on pivots to reveal the sectioned sheet music storage, raised on shaped bracket feet. 56cm(h) x 54cm(w) x 35cm(d)£60-100
749.    A 19TH CENTURY ELM-SEATED COMB-BACK WINDSOR CHAIR having a shaped top-rail supported by nine turned spindles over the bowed back and arms with multiple spindle supports, the solid dished seat raised on turned legs linked by a H-form stretcher. 91cm(h)£100-150
750.    AN 18TH CENTURY OAK PRESS CUPBOARD having a moulded cornice and plain frieze, the two double fielded panel doors enclose the internal converted hanging space, the lower stage having three fielded panels over two base drawers, the ends extending as feet. 197cm(h) x 135cm(w) x 57cm(d)£300-500
751.    A 19TH CENTURY FRUITWOOD WINGED ROCKING CHAIR having a bowed top-rail, two mid-rails with ball spindles and turned base-rail, all between square section uprights with spindle wings, the tapering rushed seat between shaped open arms, all raised on turned legs linked by stretchers and finishing with curved rockers. 109cm(h) £120-180
752.    AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY SUN LOUNGER by Heal & Son, London, of shaped serpentine form with multiple horizontal slats (one bearing circular label to underside) between the shaped square section rails, the base with handles and legs, the head with wheels. 60cm(h) x 175cm(L) £80-120
753.    A VICTORIAN BRASS AND IRON BED having a concave top-rail over two further rails united by multiple vertical bars with ball fixings (the foot board interspersed by twisted bars) all between finial topped square section uprights. 146cm(h) x 205cm(L) x 140cm(w) £100-200
754.    A VICTORIAN BRASS AND IRON BED having a short raised top rail over an arrangement of roundel ornamentation, multiple vertical bars with turned capitals and ball fixings, all between finial topped cylindrical uprights finishing with castors. 159cm(h) x 219cm(L) x 138cm(w)£150-250
755.    A GEORGIAN MAHOGANY CHEST-ON-CHEST having a dentil moulded cornice above two short and three long cockbeaded drawers each with replacement oval brass back plates and bale type handles, the lower stage having three conforming graduating drawers, raised on bracket feet 188cm(h) x 115cm(w) x 56cm(d)£800-1200
756.    A LARGE VICTORIAN OAK MIRROR BACK SIDEBOARD having a moulded cornice and scroll carved frieze centred by a carved mask, with a further scroll carved frieze and large rectangular mirror plate, all supported by turned, fluted and foliate carved uprights, the lower stage having a rectangular moulded top with incised edge detail, two large frieze drawers, each having an integral carved mask handle within foliate scrolls, the three panelled cupboard doors below having similar carvings, all between fruit and acanthus carved columns, the moulded base rail raised on turned bun feet with later castors. 209cm(h) x 181cm(w) x 61cm(d) £400-600
1000.   A MODERN SILVER PILL BOX of hinged circular form, the cover embossed with an art nouveau style maiden's head in profile, marks for Sheffield 1993, maker AN. 3cm, 6grams£30-50
1001.   AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY CASED SILVER THIMBLE of typical domed form, engine turned with all over star design, the base band engraved 'The Spa', marks for Birmingham 1928, indistinct maker's mark, also marked 18, held within a hinged fitted leather covered case, retailer S Oglethorpe, Penrith. 4grams£20-30
1002.   A 19TH CENTURY TORTOISESHELL MOUNTED POCKET KNIFE of typical form with tortoiseshell grip and six pivoted blades and tools, the blade marked Gibbin & Son. 5.5cm(L); sold together with a mother-of-pearl mounted pocket knife, produced to commemorate the ocean liner R.M.S Queen Elizabeth, the mother-of-pearl mount inlaid with a depiction of the liner, the opposing side titled. 8cm(L)£30-50
1003.   A 925 SILVER MOUNTED IVORY TABLE CIGAR CUTTER early 20th century, the ivory tusk section and sprung cutter mounted in 925 silver. 30cm(L) £60-100
1004.   A PAIR OF YELLOW METAL LORGNETTES, the two lenses with a spring loaded release mechanism over a slender cylindrical handle finishing with a suspension ring. 13cm(L)£30-40
1005.   A LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY GERMAN WHITE METAL 'NIELLO WORK' BELT BUCKLE of typical rounded square form decorated with horizontal bands, German Crown crescent marks along with 900 and BC, 7cm, 36grams£50-80
1006.   A 19TH CENTURY TORTOISESHELL CARD CASE of typical hinged rectangular form opening by button release with white metal strung banded edge, the facia with inlaid and engraved white metal lozenge. 10.5cm(h) x 8cm(w)£50-80
1007.   AN ASPREYS & CO SILVER AND ENAMEL COMPACT of typical hinged circular form, the facia engine turned with a radial design and enamelled in white with a blue enamel border, with internal mirror and powder section, marks for Birmingham 1937, 8cm. 84grams£80-120
1008.   A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY GILT METAL SHOE BUCKLES of arched rectangular form with pierced foliate scroll band. 3.5cm(h) x 5cm(w)£30-50
1009.   A 19TH CENTURY CUT-CRYSTAL DESK SEAL of tapering and faceted knopped form, the oval matrix engraved with a stylistic motif. 7cm(h)£40-60
1010.   A 19TH CENTURY PAPIER MACHÉ SNUFF BOX of hinged rectangular form, the cover with protruding lip and painted with a depiction of a young lady in opulent dress. 2cm(h) x 7.5cm(w) x 5cm(d) £40-60
1011.   A 19TH CENTURY MOTHER-OF-PEARL DESK SEAL of turned spindle form with circular wafer-cut matrix and blank oval opposing end. 7cm (L)£50-80
1012.   A LATE 18TH/EARLY 19TH BRASS MOUNTED HORN SNUFF MULL of natural scrolled form with wriggle work decoration, the hinged cover with shaped brass mounts and oval vacant cartouché. 9.5cm(h) x 13.5cm(w)£100-150
1013.   A SMALL 20TH CENTURY BRASS BOX moulded in the form of a domino, with pivoted cover and suspension hoop to one end, the opposing end with a small inset compass. 6cm(L) x 2.5cm(w)£30-50
1014.   A SMALL MODERN SILVER BOX of oval hinged form having a central raised oval section with faux enamel portrait of a female enclosed by various borders, marks for London 2001, maker S.A.B. 1cm(h) x 4.5cm(w) x 4cm(d)£80-100
1015.   A 19TH CENTURY BONE PRISONER-OF-WAR SNUFF BOX of domed rectangular form, the hinged top having a central oval cartouché carved with foliage within a beaded surround and a further foliate scroll border, each long side with chequered detail, the base with reeded bands. 2cm(h) x 9cm(L) x 4.5cm(d)£80-120
1016.   AN 19TH CENTURY DUTCH BRASS TOBACCO BOX of hinged oval form with moulded detail, highly engraved with armorial crests and foliate scrolls, the base having a pictorial shaped cartouché flanked by reversible portraits. 3.5cm(h) x 13.5cm(w) x 7.5cm(d) £150-200
1017.   A LATE 19TH CENTURY WHITE METAL AND GLASS SCENT BOTTLE having a white metal screw-off cover with engraved stylised name 'Gertrude', the inverted tear-drop form glass body with trailing foliage painted in gilt and enamel. 10.5cm(h)£80-120
1018.   A WILLIAM IV WHITE METAL MOUNTED YEW WOOD POWDER BOX of turned circular form, the lift-off cover with central white metal cartouché, foliate scroll rim with engraved inscription ' In remembrance of and presented to Mrs Betty Taylor born Winder in Wyersdale, by her affectionate cousin John Simpson, so named after her father who was his dear mother's brother, Hackney Mid 1836', the cover underside with white metal fixing engraved 'Yew Wood Lindeth Crag'. 2cm(h) x 9.5cm(w)£250-300
1019.   AN IMPORTED STERLING SILVER ART DECO CIGARETTE CASE of typical hinged rectangular form with engine turned decoration, the facia enameled in green and black, the black section with marcasite inset stylised motif, the gilt interior with import mark for 1930, indistinct maker. 8.5cm(h) x 7cm(w) 112grams£100-150
1020.   AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY LADIES GILT METAL AND SHAGREEN CIGARETTE CASE CUM POWDER COMPACT in the form of a ladies handbag, having a multi linked strap and double clasp moulded with a cigarette and powder puff, the corresponding hinged side opens to reveal either the cigarette case with cigarette, match and stamp holders, or a mirrored compact section with various cosmetic compartments, marked PAT APL 1858/37 foreign, the shagreen exterior with small white metal ownership initials MR. 8cm(h) x 10cm(w) x 6cm(d)£150-200
1021.   AN EDWARDIAN NOVELTY SILVER PIN CUSHION in the form of a golf club head, marks for Birmingham 1910. 4cm(h) x 7cm(w) 26grams£200-250
1022.   AN EDWARDIAN SILVER PIN CUSHION moulded in the form of an adult pig, its padded back serving as the cushion, marks for Birmingham 1902, maker Boots Pure Drug Company. 5cm(h) x 9cm(L) 130grams(total)£250-300
1023.   A 19TH CENTURY VINAIGRETTE TOPPED LEATHER RIDING WHIP having a domed circular white metal hinged top embossed with fruit and flowers and rope twist suspension loop, opens to reveal the gilt hinged vinaigrette stylised flower head grille, the textured leather grip with white metal mounted base, the tapering leather whip of plain form. 62cm(L)£250-300
1024.   AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY WHITE METAL AND ENAMEL POWDER COMPACT of circular hinged form, the cover enamelled in blues with a foliate border enclosing a lake or river scene, the cover opens to reveal the top mirrored underside and ostrich feather pad, the body decorated with a foliate band, the base with engine turned concentric bands, unmarked. 5cm(diam)£60-80
1025.   A NOVELTY BRASS VESTA CASE modelled in the form of a skull, the lower jaw acting as the cover with moulded striker. 4.5cm(h); sold along with a silver mounted pocket knife in the form of a fish, marks for Sheffield 1889, maker JN. 5.5cm(L) and a miniature derringer type pistol charm or fob with working mechanism, the barrel marked 'Made In Austria'. 4cm(L) (3)£120-180
1026.   A 19TH CENTURY CARVED IVORY FOB SEAL having a turned surmount with pierced suspension hoop, a petal carved body and intaglio cut bird matrix. 3.5cm(h); sold together with a Victorian gilt metal revolving fob seal with suspension hoop, the pierced uprights supporting the pivoted wheel with seven stone and glass matrix. 4cm(h) (2)£80-100
1027.   A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER MOUNTED IVORY PAGE TURNER having a long slender ivory blade and moulded silver foliate scroll handle, with rubbed marks, maker Horton & Allday, the blade. 42cm(L)£60-80
1028.   AN 18TH CENTURY WHITE METAL MOUNTED IVORY SNUFF MULL of turned baluster form, the oval domed cover with stylised thistle hinge mounts and oval cartouché engraved with ownership initials JM. 6cm(h) £250-300
1029.   AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY IMPORTED STERLING SILVER-GILT CIRCULAR BOX, the pull-off cover with stylised floral border and central inset floral watercolour (indistinctly signed) beneath glass, opens to reveal the gilt interior, the body and base with engine turned decoration, import marks for 1912, maker AK. 2cm(h) x 4.5cm(w) 44grams£80-120
1030.   AN EDWARDIAN SILVER AND ENAMEL CIGARETTE CASE of hinged rectangular form curved for the pocket, highly engraved with foliate scrolls and knotted motifs, the facia centred by an oval enamelled portrait cabochon of an art nouveau maiden, the gilt interior with marks for Birmingham 1905, maker J&C. 8.5cm(h) x 7cm(w) 89grams £120-180
1031.   AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY SILVER CIGARETTE CASE of hinged rectangular form, curved for the pocket and engraved with foliate scrolls centred by a leaf-form vacant cartouché, the gilt interior with marks for Birmingham 1907, maker Joseph Gloster, 7.5cm(L) x 5cm(w) 51grams; sold together with an early 20th century silver vesta case, of typical rounded square form, engraved with floral scrolls and centred by a scroll-form cartouché, the hinged cover opening to reveal the internal storage and marks for Birmingham 1907, maker Albert Jackson, the base with moulded striker, one side with suspension ring. 4.5cm x 5cm, 27grams£40-80
1032.   AN 18CT GOLD CASED FULL HUNTER POCKET WATCH by John Cawley of London & Liverpool, number 10484, the plain circular hinged case enclosing the enamelled dial with Roman hours and Arabic minute increments, the movement engraved with maker's name, the case marked 18. 7cm. 67grams (minus movement)£300-500
1033.   A GENTS SUMMIT 'INCABLOC' 21 JEWEL WRISTWATCH with leather strap, the gold tone circular case enclosing the gold tone dial with Arabic quadrants, baton markers and rolling date aperture; sold along with a Summit 'Geneve' 17 jewel incablock wristwatch with gold tone case and silvered dial with Arabic hours.(strap lacking) (2)£40-80
1034.   A 9CT GOLD GENEVE LADIES WRISTWATCH having a plain case with an oval champagne coloured dial with baton hour markers, a bracelet of multiple three bar links and adjustable clasp, marked 375. 9grams (total) sold with a Geneve branded box.£60-100
1035.   A SWISS .935 GRADE SILVER CASED FOB WATCH of typical circular form, having a white enamelled dial with Roman hours to the chapter ring, the case engraved with scroll and diaper concentric bands, marked to the interior Swiss standard and 0.935, all held within a red leather covered fitted case with tooled retailers mark for Wilson, Goldsmith, Penrith. 5cm(h)£50-80
1036.   A LADIES FINE SILVER OPEN FACED FOB WATCH of typical form with Roman hours and central band of enamelled detail to the dial, the case with engraved foliate detail opening to reveal the movement marked Leumas, the case marked 'Fine Silver', sold with a winding key. 4.5cm(h) 43grams(total) £40-60
1037.   A GENTS 9CT GOLD OMEGA SEAMASTER WRISTWATCH having a circular gold coloured dial with Roman cardinal points, baton markers and date aperture, flanked by the multi-linked strap and clasp marked 375, 19cm(L) 53grams£500-800
1038.   A LADIES 9CT GOLD ROTARY WRISTWATCH having a rounded square gold coloured dial with baton hour markers, enclosed by a textured tubular surround with claw set diamond brilliant's to each corner(0.08cts approx) flanked by a fine tapering multi-linked strap finishing with a clasp marked 375, 17cm(L), 27grams(total)£200-300
1039.   AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY SILVER OPEN FACED POCKET WATCH of typical circular form, the enamelled dial with Roman hours to the chapter ring, enclosing a subsidiary seconds dial, and retailers name 'John White, Fakenham' the plain case with engraved cartouche to the reverse, marks for Birmingham 1913, maker Aaron Lufkin Dennison, 6.5cm(h), 124grams(total) £80-120
1040.   A 9CT GOLD WATCH ALBERT of graduating multi-curb link form with central T-bar and two suspended 9ct gold medallions, one marked 'Leeds & D S C LGE' the other 'C & D S S Runners Up', finishing with a swivel clasp to each end, marked 375, 37cm(L), 57grams; sold together with a gold plated full hunter pocket watch, the enamelled dial with Arabic hours framing a subsidiary seconds dial and retailers name 'Thomas Russell & Sons, Liverpool' the case interior marked Illinois Watchcase Co. Elgin, USA. £500-800
1041.   A 9CT GOLD WATCH ALBERT having multiple curb type links finishing with swivel clasps and a T-bar, marked 375, 36cm(L), 11grams; sold together with a gold plated open faced pocket watch, of typical form, the circular enamelled dial with Arabic hours framing a subsidiary seconds dial, the case interior marked 'Dennison Trade Mark' the inner case with ten year guarantee mark. 6.5cm(h) £180-220
1042.   A ROLEX BRANDED WATCH BOX having an outer card box with printed stone decoration enclosing the green leather covered box with gilt branding to the interior 5.5cm(h) x 15cm(w) x 11cm(d)£30-50
1043.   A 14CT GOLD CASED LADIES FOB WATCH of typical form, the circular enamelled dial with Arabic hours to the chapter ring enclosing gilt decoration, all within a scrolling gilt border, the case engraved with foliate scrolls, the interior marked 14K, the inner case non gold. 4.5cm(h) 42grams(total)£60-100
1044.   A VICTORIAN SILVER OPEN FACED POCKET WATCH, the enamelled dial with Roman hours to the chapter ring enclosing a subsidiary seconds dial and retailers name 'G Wilson, 29 Middlegate, Penrith', the case with small engraved cartouché to the reverse, marks for Birmingham 1891, maker WE, 118grams (total); sold along with a white metal fob watch, the enamelled circular dial with central painted foliate detail enclosed by the chapter ring with Roman hours, the case with typical engraving. 4.5cm(h) 43grams (total) and a small yellow and white metal fob watch, the enamelled dial with Roman hours and Arabic seconds, the case reverse marked 'La Reine Exposition 1897 Remontoir 10 Rubis'. 3.5cm(h) 17grams(total)£50-80
1045.   A LADIES 9CT GOLD OMEGA WRISTWATCH having a square case and dial with baton hour markers under domed glass, flanked by the multi-linked bracelet finishing with a hinged clasp, marked 375, sold with an additional bracelet link. 31grams(total)£150-250
1046.   A 9CT GOLD OPEN FACED POCKET WATCH AND ALBERT, the pocket watch of typical circular form with white enamelled dial, Roman hours enclosing a subsidiary seconds dial and name 'Marksman 17', the outer and inner case marked 375, 82grams (total); the Albert with multiple curb type links, central T-bar and medallion marked 375, each end with swivel clasp marked 375. 37cm(L) 36grams£500-800
1047.   AN 18CT GOLD AND DIAMOND FOUR STONE RING having a linear arrangement of four brilliant cut diamonds totalling .40cts approx, claw set in white gold to the plain band, ring size J, 3grams£300-400
1048.   A WHITE METAL DIAMOND AND SAPPHIRE CLUSTER RING having a linear arrangement of round cut sapphires surrounded by sixteen brilliant cut diamonds, measuring 1.2cts approx, all within a stepped and shaped claw setting, ring size. M-N. 5grams£250-350
1049.   A 9CT GOLD AND DIAMOND RING having a three linear arrangement of numerous small diamond brilliants, ring size M-N, marked 9, 375. 3grams £100-200
1050.   A YELLOW METAL AND PEARL BAR BROOCH having a linear arrangement of pearls, each claw set within a square surround and tapering in size towards each end, each side with foliate chasing, unmarked but testing as 9ct gold. 6.5cm(L) 8grams£100-200
1051.   A YELLOW METAL AND PEARL STAR BROOCH having various sized pearls inset into a stylised star setting with foliate elements, simple pin fastener to reverse, testing as 9ct gold, 3.5cm(w) 6grams; sold along with a pair of 9ct gold and pearl earrings formed as stylised flower heads, the screw fasteners marked 9ct. 3grams£80-120
1052.   A SILVER AND WHITE STONE BROOCH formed as a stylised seed pod, the five white stones representing the seeds, simple pin fastener to reverse, marks for Birmingham 1919, maker AJS. 4.5cm(L) 3grams£30-50
1053.   A 9CT GOLD AND DIAMOND TIE PIN having a diamond brilliant measuring 0.08cts approx. in a circular setting with star cut motif and beaded edge, mounted to a plain bar marked 9ct, pin fastener to reverse. 7cm(L) 4grams£100-200
1054.   A 14CT WHITE GOLD AND AQUA MARINE BAR BROOCH having a central emerald cut aqua marine claw set to the open surround, simple pin fastener to reverse, marked 14ct, 5.5cm(L) 3grams £60-80
1055.   A VICTORIAN YELLOW METAL AND PEARL MOURNING BROOCH of oval form, the central plaited hair panel surrounded by numerous pearls, the black enamel ground with scrolling border, unmarked but testing as high carat gold. 4.5cm(l) x 3.5cm(w) 17grams£100-200
1056.   A YELLOW METAL AND SHELL CAMEO PENDANT of oval form carved with a female bust in profile, 2cm(L) suspended by a fine linked chain marked 15ct, 46cm(L); sold along with a small carved stone cameo cabachone of a gentleman. 1cm (2)£80-120
1057.   A YELLOW METAL AND PEARL BRACELET, the rectangular clasp with filigree decoration inset with blue and red stones, the suspended five fine linked chains having numerous seed pearls, unmarked but testing as gold. 8grams £80-120
1058.   A 15CT GOLD AND PERIDOT BAR BROOCH, the central Asscher cut peridot in a beaded surround flanked by elongated open loop bars, simple pin fastener to reverse, marked 15ct. 7cm(L) 4grams£80-120
1059.   A SMALL QUANTITY OF COSTUME JEWELLERY comprising a white metal and purple stone dress ring, size Q, four pairs of simulated pearl earrings, a blue stone and yellow metal pendant and a gilt metal fob seal. (qty)£30-50
1060.   A 9CT GOLD AND PEARL BAR BROOCH having a central scroll inset with seven graduating pearls mounted to the shaped bar with additional scroll, marked 9ct. 4.5cm(L) 2grams£30-50
1061.   A 9CT GOLD AND SMOKEY QUARTZ RING having a large emerald cut smokey quartz stone claw set to the textured canted rectangular surround, the band with conforming exterior texture, marked 375, ring size M. 8grams£60-80
1062.   A YELLOW METAL AND AGATE BROOCH having a large oval agate cabochon with bevelled edge with an open scrolling surround, simple pin fastener to reverse, unmarked and not testing as gold. 6.5cm(l)£30-50
1063.   A 14K GOLD AND CORAL RING, the central oval pink to white coral stone carved with foliate detail, claw set to the chased oval surround with open shoulders, the exterior of the band marked k14, ring size M. 4grams£40-60
1064.   A SILVER GLITTER STONE AND QUARTZ BRACELET having claw set oval domed and polished glitter stone links interspersed by round cut quartz links, the sprung clasp marked 'Sterling' 18cm(L); sold along with a yellow metal mounted glitter stone brooch of rounded rectangular form 3cm; and a oval domed glitter stone pendant with pierced arcaded setting, suspended by a fine cube linked chain marked 925. (3)£40-60
1065.   A WHITE METAL MOUNTED NATURAL CRYSTAL PENDANT, a cluster of quartz type crystal with irregular white metal mount following the edge of the sample, 3.3cm(L)suspended by a fine linked chain marked 925. 46cm(L) 4grams (chain only)£20-30
1066.   A 1967 ENAMELLED HALF PENNY PENDANT with 9ct suspension loop and fine linked yellow metal chain. 62cm(L)£10-20
1067.   A 9CT GOLD AND CORAL RING, the canted rectangular coral insert carved and pierced with flowers, all within a rubbed over setting , marked 9ct, ring size T. 4grams; sold along with a coral pendant carved as a flower head and suspended by a fine cube linked chain, marked 375. 38cm(L) 2grams (chain only)£30-50
1068.   A YELLOW METAL AND MOTHER-OF-PEARL BROOCH, the oblong mother-of-pearl facia engraved with a stylistic floral panel, claw mounted to a slender yellow metal frame, simple pin fastener. 7.5cm(L) x 2cm(h)£30-50
1069.   A 9CT GOLD BAR BROOCH of fused curb link form with suspended heart shaped pendant inset with a small pearl, faintly marked 9ct. 3cm(L), 2grams£20-30
1070.   A YELLOW METAL LOCKET PENDANT of oval hinged form, the facia engraved with foliate scrolls and enamelled with an exotic bird under a fruiting tree, the reverse engraved with a scrolled document and foliage. 3.5cm(L) 10grams£30-50
1071.   A 9CT GOLD AND PURPLE STONE RING, the domed oval polished amethyst coloured stone set in a plain oval setting flanked by open foliate shoulders, faintly marked 9ct, ring size K-L. 6grams£40-60
1072.   A 9CT GOLD BRACELET having multiple shaped links finishing with a tongue and socket box clasp marked 9ct and 375. 19cm(L)£60-80
1073.   A 9CT GOLD AND ENAMEL RING of elliptical shape, the outer band of cobalt blue enamel enclosing twelve horizontal 'ribs' and three set white stones, marked 9ct, ring size L-M. 6grams£80-120
1074.   A 9CT GOLD AND AQUAMARINE RING, the central oval cut aquamarine claw set to the shaped and pierced oval setting with curved brackets to each shoulder, marked 9k and 375, ring size K-L. 5grams£50-80
1075.   A YELLOW METAL AND GARNET LOCKET PENDANT testing as 9ct gold, of rectangular form with central inset rose cut garnet in a star cut surround, the locket hinged at the base, opens to reveal the two internal photograph apertures, all suspended by a non gold loop and fine linked chain with tubular clasp, marked 9ct. 2.5cm(h) & 40cm(L) 8grams(total)£80-120
1076.   A YELLOW METAL AND PEARL RING, the large central pearl within an open foliate setting, indistinctly marked but testing as 9ct gold, ring size L. 3grams£30-40
1077.   A 9CT GOLD AND BLUE STONE RING having a large oval cut light blue stone claw set to the open setting, marked 375 and 9, ring size O. 5grams£30-50
1078.   A GROUP OF THREE 9CT GOLD BAR BROOCHES, the first with central round cut citrine in a circular setting with ball ornaments, flanked by a bar with foliate motifs, marked 375. 4cm(L); the second of safety pin form with applied bird decoration, marked 375 to the pin. 3cm(L), the third a plain bar with applied bird ornament, marked 375. 3.5cm(L) 4grams (total)£40-60
1079.   A 9CT GOLD BRACELET having six sections of simulated fused and shaped rectangular links articulated by smaller rectangular links, the pivoted snap-shut clasp marked 375. 18cm(L) 12grams£100-150
1080.   A 9CT GOLD AND RUBY RING having a central round cut ruby surrounded by eight smaller stones within a flush circular setting, the shoulders with column type capitals, marked 9 and 375, ring size N-O. 3grams£30-50
1081.   A 9CT GOLD AND CITRINE RING having a central oval cut citrine within a domed and textured setting, marked 375, ring size P. 4grams£40-60
1082.   A 9CT GOLD AND ORANGE GARNET RING having a central brilliant cut garnet (possibly spessartite or hessonite variety) surrounded by ten small pearls, all within the stepped circular setting, marked 375, ring size M. 3grams

£30-50
1083.   A 9CT GOLD AND CITRINE BAR BROOCH having a central round cut citrine within a beaded setting, flanked by the blade type bar, marked 9ct. 5cm(L) 3grams£30-50
1084.   AN 18CT GOLD GYPSY SET PEARL RING having a central inset pearl within a star cut surround, flanked by smaller pearls within diamond shaped cut surrounds, marked 18ct, ring size M. 2grams£30-50
1085.   A YELLOW METAL AND PEARL BAR BROOCH, the slender plain bar suspending three irregular shaped pearl drops, simple pin fastener, crudely etched 9ct, testing as 9ct gold. 5cm(L) 3grams£30-50
1086.   A YELLOW METAL AMETHYST AND SEED PEARL BROOCH having three central round cut amethysts within an open stylised elliptical setting, inset with numerous seed pearls, simple pin fastener to reverse, unmarked but testing as 9ct. 4cm(L) 3grams£30-50
1087.   A STERLING SILVER AND GREEN STONE BROOCH formed as a harp, marked 'Sterling silver' to reverse. 3.6cm(h) 6grams; sold along with a white metal mounted agate brooch of triple-lobed clover leaf form. 2.6cm£30-50
1088.   A 9CT GOLD MARQUISE STYLE RING having three central round cut red stones in a vertical arrangement surrounded by numerous white non-precious round cut stones in a marquise type setting, flanked by textured shoulders, marked 375, ring size O. 3grams£20-30
1089.   AN ENAMELLED YELLOW METAL LOCKET PENDANT of hinged circular form, the facia with bands of engine turned decoration enamelled in puce and white, indistinctly marked to suspension loop, not testing as gold. 3.2cm(h) £20-30
1090.   A 9CT GOLD AND SHELL CAMEO RING, the pointed cameo panel carved with the bust of a female in profile flanked by pierced shoulders, marked 9ct, ring size N. 3grams; sold along with a 9ct gold and orange stone ring, the domed circular orange stone within a rolled surround, the band marked 375, ring size K. 5grams £30-50
1091.   A NORWEGIAN 925 STERLING SILVER/ ENAMEL BRACELET AND EARRING SET, the bracelet having eight concaved links with engine turned decoration and lemon enamelling finishing with a sprung clasp, marked 925s Sterling Norway. 19cm(L), the matching clip on earrings with conforming marks. 22grams(total)£30-50
1092.   A GROUP OF THREE SCARF RINGS, the first being yellow metal of compressed oval form with foliate engraving, unmarked yellow metal testing as 9ct gold, 2.5cm(L) 2 grams, the second of conforming style with horse shoe decoration, silver marks for Birmingham 1883, 3cm(L) 5grams, the third a Waltons patent 'flexible' scarf ring, the foliate engraved belt buckle form front marked 'Silver' with sprung brass reverse. 5grams (3)£50-80
1093.   A CASED SET OF YELLOW METAL AND GLASS BUTTONS, three yellow metal mounted striped blue glass buttons with backing rings, together with conforming safety pin type brooch, all held within a fitted circular leather covered case. £30-50
1094.   A MID 20TH CENTURY SILVER BANGLE of hinged circular form, one half etched with foliate scrolls, marks for Birmingham 1946, indistinct maker's mark. 34grams£30-50
1095.   A GROUP OF THREE 9CT GOLD RINGS, the first having a central round cut garnet surrounded by six smaller conforming stones to form a flower head, marked 375, ring size L, 5grams; the second having an oval domed polished agate stone claw set to an open setting and slender band, marked 375, ring size L-M, 4 grams, the third having a claw set oval polished hard stone between bracket shoulders, marked 9ct, ring size K. 2grams (3)£80-120
1096.   A 22CT GOLD WEDDING BAND of slender circular form, marked 22, ring size M. 4grams£60-100
1097.   AN 18CT WHITE GOLD DIAMOND AND SAPPHIRE CLUSTER RING having a central oval cut pale blue sapphire surrounded by ten round cut diamonds, totalling 1ct approx, marked 750, ring size L. 6grams £500-800
1098.   A WHITE METAL AND SILVER CHARM BRACELET, the fine oval linked chain marked 835 suspending a variety of charms including a cork screw, long case clock, Gothic chair, male and female figures and ballet shoes (mostly unmarked). 39grams(total)£20-40
1099.   A YELLOW METAL MOUNTED DOUBLE TIGER CLAW BROOCH, two tiger claws forming an S-shape mounted with a shaped yellow metal band reaching to the points, testing as 9ct gold, simple pin fastener to reverse. 3.5cm(L) 2grams£20-30
1100.   A YELLOW METAL SWIVEL FOB, the circular fob with polished bloodstone and cornelian surfaces in a yellow metal surround, pivoted between a structure of eastern design with foliate engraving, unmarked but testing as 9ct gold. 4cm(h) 7grams£40-60
1101.   A 15CT GOLD STICK PIN, the horse shoe terminal marked 15ct, the pin with twisted centre 6cm(L) 2grams; sold along with a yellow and white metal stick pin having a diamond shaped terminal with engraved initials AH over the twisted yellow metal pin, testing as 9ct gold. 6cm(L) 3grams£40-60
1102.   TWO 9CT GOLD CROSS PENDANTS, the first of Latin form with incised detail, marked 9ct, 2cm(h); the second of orthodox design and marked 375, 2cm(h); sold along with two yellow metal cross pendants, the first a suffering cross with moulded detail and indistinct mark to reverse, testing as 9ct gold, 2cm(h), the last of stylised filigree construction with inset central red stone, unmarked but testing as 9ct gold. 4cm(h) 5grams(total) £40-60
1103.   A YELLOW METAL BAR BROOCH having a central round cut white stone within a star cut setting and oval surround, mounted to a double bar with scrolling ornaments, indistinctly marked to reverse, testing as 14ct gold (probably 15ct). 5cm(L) 4grams£40-60
1104.   A 9CT GOLD SIGNET RING, the rounded rectangular platform with moulded rays emanating from a small inset diamond brilliant within a triangular setting, marked 375, ring size L-M. 6grams£50-80
1105.   A 9CT GOLD SOLITAIRE RING having a central brilliant cut white stone claw set to tapering shoulders, marked 375, ring size L. 2grams£30-50
1106.   AN 18CT GOLD DIAMOND AND SAPPHIRE THREE STONE RING having a central brilliant cut sapphire flanked by smaller brilliant cut diamonds measuring 0.20cts approx, marked 18ct, ring size P. 3grams£80-120
1107.   A COLLECTION OF TWENTY ONE 9CT GOLD CHARM PENDANTS including Saint Christophers, flags, a key, a kidney bean and a globe, all marked either 9ct or 375 except one which tests as 9ct gold. 22grams (total) (21)£180-220
1108.   A PAIR OF 14K GOLD AND CUBIC ZIRCONIUM LOOP EARRINGS having four linear graduating brilliant cut stones claw set to the slender loop, finishing with a hinged pin clasp, marked. 14k cz, 3grams£30-50
1109.   A YELLOW METAL AND WHITE STONE PENDANT having a central round cut stone surrounded by pear cut stones to form a cross, all claw set within yellow metal setting, testing as 9ct gold, suspended by a fine cube linked chain marked 375. 2.5cm(L) & 52cm(L) 6grams (total)£40-60
1110.   A 9CT GOLD AND WHITE STONE BRACELET having numerous hinged square links, each set with a brilliant cut white stone, finishing with a tongue and socket box clasp, marked 9ct. 375. 39cm(L) 13grams£50-80
1111.   A 15CT GOLD AND DIAMOND RING of oval form, the pierced foliate centre inset with various sized diamonds all enclosed by a border of small diamond brilliants, all totalling 0.40cts approx. marked 15ct, ring size N-O. 4grams£80-120
1112.   AN 18CT GOLD AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING of diamond shape, having twenty five small diamond brilliants in a three tier stepped setting surrounded by thirty six small baguette diamonds, all totalling 1.85cts approx, marked 18k 750, ring size M. 7grams £300-500
1113.   A YELLOW METAL GEM STONE SET RING formed as three fused bands, the central band having four small white stone brilliants flanked by square cut sapphire type blue stones, one outer band with square cut red stone, the other with green stone, indistinct stamps, ring size M-N. 4grams£80-120
1114.   A YELLOW METAL AND MOTHER-OF-PEARL BROOCH having an elliptical mother-of-pearl back mounted with yellow metal wire to form the letters RFA (most probably Royal Field Artillery) with twisted wire suspending a small heart pendant engraved 'Larkhill Xmas 1918). 5.5cm(L)£80-120
1115.   A 9CT GOLD THREE-BAR GATE BRACELET having multiple three-bar links with twisted upper and lower bars, finishing with a heart-shaped padlock clasp and safety chain, marked 375. 14cm(L) 4grams£30-50
1116.   A 9CT GOLD INGOT PENDANT of oblong form with marks for London 1979, suspended by a fine oval linked chain, marked 9k. 4.5cm(L) & 60cm(L), 11grams(total)£80-120
1117.   A GENTS 9CT GOLD SOLITAIRE RING having a central brilliant cut white stone within a gypsy type setting with sweeping shoulders, marked 375, ring size M. 3grams£40-60
1118.   A 14CT DIAMOND AND GREEN STONE RING, the central emerald cut dark green stone (possibly Chrome Diopside) surrounded by sixteen small diamond brilliants totaling 0.32cts approx., all claw set to the shaped tapering band, marked 14k, ring size P. 6 grams£150-250
1119.   A GENTS 15CT GOLD AND AMETHYST SOLITAIRE RING having a large central round cut amethyst claw set to the shaped setting, marked 15ct. ring size S. 9grams£80-120
1120.   A YELLOW METAL AND AMETHYST COLOURED STONE PENDANT, the large emerald cut stone claw set to the pierced arcaded setting, suspension loop to top, unmarked but testing as 9ct gold. 2.5cm(h) 9grams£40-60
1121.   A 9CT GOLD AND OPAL BRACELET of twisted two-bar form with three oval opal cabochones within rope twist surrounds, finishing with a sprung circular clasp and safety chain, marked 375. 18cm(L) 3grams£80-120
1122.   A 9CT GOLD AND RUBY RING having a central round cut ruby flanked by illusion set diamond chips and smaller round cut rubies to the scrolled setting, marked 375, ring size L-M, 3grams; sold together with a yellow metal sapphire and white stone ring, having a central oval cut sapphire flanked by bands of two small brilliant cut white stones and smaller conforming sapphires, Marks for Birmingham, no standard mark, testing as high carat gold, ring size O. 3 grams £50-80
1123.   AN 18CT GOLD DIAMOND AND OPAL RING having a central oval fiery opal flanked by smaller conforming opals and intersected by small diamond brilliants within an X-style setting, marked 18, ring size N-O. 3grams£100-150
1124.   TWO 14CT GOLD CUBIC ZIRCONIUM RINGS, the first a solitaire brilliant cut and claw set between pierced shoulders, marked 585, cz, ring size P-Q, 2grams; the second a three stone ring with large central brilliant flanked by smaller conforming stones between pierced shoulders, marked 585, cz, ring size P, 3 grams; sold along with a 9ct gold half eternity ring having a linear arrangement of five round cut citrine type stones, marked 375, ring size P.
2 grams £50-80
1125.   A PAIR OF 9CT GOLD HOOP EARRINGS of open circular form with textured finish and cut leaf decoration, marked 375. 3grams£20-30
1126.   A 9CT GOLD AND GARNET PENDANT, the oval cut garnet claw set above a twisted suspension loop and fine elongated curb linked chain, marked 9k and 375. 60cm(L), chain 4grams, pendant 2grams. £40-60
1127.   A 9CT GOLD AND EMERALD CLUSTER RING having marquise and square cut emeralds forming a stylised flower head, marked 375, ring size P. 3grams£20-40
1128.   A YELLOW METAL AND CORAL BAR BROOCH, the slender blade type bar mounted with three polished circular coral stones, unmarked but testing as high carat gold. 5cm(L) 5grams£50-80
1129.   A GROUP OF FOUR YELLOW METAL MOURNING PENDANTS, two of heart shape with central lock of hair behind glass painted 'mother' the surround inset with pearls, unmarked but testing as high carat gold, another heart shaped pendant with central lock of hair, the surround engraved 'Mother 21st April 1892, unmarked testing as 9ct gold, and a circular pendant with central lock of hair behind glass, the engine turned reverse with enamelled flowers, unmarked not testing as gold, sold along with a circular yellow metal pendant, having the remains of a four-leaf clover behind glass, unmarked but testing as 9ct gold. (non gold top) £20-40
1130.   A CASED SET OF EARLY 20TH CENTURY HAT PINS AND BUTTONS comprising six circular natural and stained mother-of-pearl buttons with yellow metal surrounds, two circular hat pin terminals of conforming design, and gilt metal hat pins, all held within a fitted material lined oblong case. 33cm(L) x 9cm(d)£30-60
1131.   A GEORGE V CASED SILVER BELT BUCKLE, BUTTON AND HAT PIN SET comprising six buttons of circular form decorated with lilac enamelled rims, two hat pins with conforming terminals and a rectangular belt buckle with lilac enamelled rim, all held in a lobed lilac stained leather case with fitted material lined interior, bearing the retailers stamp of Sorley, 33 & 97 St Vincent Street, Renfield Street Corner, Glasgow, marks for Birmigham 1912, maker Lawrence Emanuel. 48grams (buckle & buttons)£120-180
1132.   A GROUP OF SIX ENAMELLED WHITE METAL BUTTONS of circular form, enamelled with cranes against a blue ground, unmarked, possibly Chinese, all mounted on a strip of card. 2cm £80-100
1133.   A 9CT GOLD LOCKET AND CHAIN, the oval hinged locket having engraved foliate decoration, suspended by an oval linked chain with sprung clasp, both marked 375. 3.5m(h) x 2.5cm(w) & 52cm(L) 18grams
1134.   A 14CT GOLD TOPAZ AND GOLD OPAL RING having a domed oval gold opal stone surrounded by seventeen brilliant cut topaz stones, all claw set, marked 'sts 14k,Thailand' ring size M. 5grams£60-100
1135.   A 9CT GOLD EMERALD AND PEARL BANGLE of hinged oval form with brilliant cut emeralds and pearls to the pierced stylised foliate setting, the lower section pierced throughout finishing with a tongue and socket clasp and safety chain, marked 375. 6.5cm(w), 17grams£180-220
1136.   A 14K GOLD AND PEACH BERYL RING having a large oval cut peach beryl stone with fine facets to the underside and mounted to the open setting with overlapping straps, the fused double shank marked 14k, ring size N. 10grams£100-150
1137.   A PAIR OF 9CT GOLD AND RUBY EARRINGS each having multiple elliptical rubies, claw set to form a stylised foliate spray, marked 375. 5grams£130-160
1138.   A 9CT GOLD BRACELET having multiple curb type links finishing with a heart shaped padlock clasp, marked 375, 18cm(L) 9grams,;sold along with a 9ct gold bracelet of fine rope-twist form with three threaded gold bead sections, finishing with a sprung clasp, marked 375. 19cm(L), 4grams£120-150
1139.   A PAIR OF 18CT GOLD AND TURQUOISE HOOP EARRINGS of circular form with open oval sections, each with an upright threaded with a turquoise bead, marked 750. 4cm(d) 8grams(total)£150-200
1140.   AN 18CT GOLD BUCHERER WATCH RING having a circular dial and exterior bezel with inset ruby and diamond cardinals within a lobed rectangular surround, mounted to the pierced shoulders, the band marked 750, ring size J. 11grams£300-400
1141.   AN 18CT GOLD AQUAMARINE BRACELET AND PENDANT, the bracelet having multiple open heart shaped links centred by an oval cut and claw set aquamarine, the base of each link set with a small white stone, all finishing with a tongue and socket clasp, marked 750. 19cm(L)14grams; the pendant having a central pear cut aquamarine within an open scrolling surround. 2grams £300-400
1142.   A 9CT GOLD BRACELET having a central band of interlaced oval links between textured curb type links finishing with textured end bars and an oversized sprung circular clasp, marked 375. 19cm(L), 16grams£180-220
1143.   A WHITE METAL AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING having nineteen graduating brilliant cut diamonds, all within a stepped circular setting forming a flower head, unmarked but testing as 18ct white gold, ring size J. 4grams£250-350
1144.   A PAIR OF YELLOW METAL AND BRAZILIAN FIRE OPAL DROP EARRINGS each having four suspended claw set rectangular cut stone sections and scrolled wire pins, unmarked but testing as 9ct gold. 4cm(h) 5grams(total)£50-80
1145.   A PAIR OF 9K GOLD KYANITE AND DIAMOND EARRINGS having a vertical arrangement of two oval cut blue kyanite stones interspersed by small diamond brilliants. marked 9k. 2cm, 3grams£50-80
1146.   A 14CT WHITE GOLD DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING having a single brilliant cut diamond measuring 1.25cts approx, claw set between sloping shoulders, marked 14K-Pall, ring size O. 3grams £1600-2000
1147.   A 9CT GOLD PINK SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND BRACELET having multiple pear cut pink sapphires interspersed by white gold X-form sections with alternate small diamond brilliants, all finishing with a sprung clasp, marked 375. 18.5cm(L), 8grams £80-120
1148.   AN 18CT GOLD AND RED STONE FINGER AND WRIST BRACELET having three heart shaped links inset with brilliant cut deep red stones, each with attached fine linked chains, marked 750. 7grams£150-200
1149.   A PAIR OF 18CT WHITE GOLD AND DIAMOND SOLITAIRE EARRINGS each having a single brilliant cut diamond measuring 0.23cts approx, within a circular rubbed-over setting, marked 750. 2grams£250-300
1150.   A PAIR OF 9CT GOLD AND DIAMOND CHIP EARRINGS of snowflake or star form illusion set with small diamond chips, marked 375. 2grams£50-80
1151.   AN 18CT WHITE GOLD AND DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING having a central old cut diamond claw set to the pierced tapering shoulders, marked 750, ring size K-L. 3grams£400-600
1152.   A PAIR OF 9CT GOLD AND LONDON BLUE TOPAZ EARRINGS having four claw set topaz stones suspended on the points from the shaped pin with ball and coiled wire embellishment, marked 375. 3cm(h), 5grams£50-80
1153.   AN 18CT GOLD AND DIAMOND THREE STONE RING having a large central brilliant cut claw set diamond measuring 0.82cts approx between claw set trilliant cut diamonds measuring 0.45cts approx (1.27cts total) the tapering band marked 750, ring size G-H. 3grams (Cost £4995 in January 1998) bill of sale detailing weight clarity etc is available)£1200-1500
1154.   A DAVID MORRIS 18CT WHITE GOLD AND DIAMOND NECKLACE having two four stone clusters within rubbed and incised settings linked by hinged bars and suspended from further conforming stones with hinged linking bars, all suspended by a fine linked chain finishing with a sprung circular clasp marked 750; sold with David Morris branded case and box. 3grams

£120-180
1155.   A PAIR OF 18CT WHITE GOLD DIAMOND SOLITAIRE EARRINGS each having a princess cut diamond measuring 0.10cts approx within a chamfered square setting, the clasp marked 750, also tested. 2grams£120-180
1156.   A YELLOW METAL FIVE STONE DIAMOND RING having a central brilliant cut diamond flanked by graduating conforming stones, claw set between scroll incised shoulders, unmarked but testing as 18ct gold, ring size O. 4grams£1000-1200
1157.   A 9CT GOLD AND CHRYSOPRASE RING having a central domed oval polished green chrysoprase stone claw set to the pierced surround, ring size M, rubbed marks testing as 9ct gold. 7grams


£60-100
1158.   A 14CT GOLD DIAMOND AND EMERALD CLUSTER RING, the central radiant cut emerald surrounded by sixteen brilliant cut diamonds measuring 1.2cts approx (total) all within a marquise type setting, marked 585, ring size L. 4grams.£700-900
1159.   AN 18CT GOLD EMERALD AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING having a central oval cut emerald, surrounded by ten diamond brilliants totalling 0.5cts approx. marked 750, ring size Q-R. 5grams£200-300
1160.   AN 18CT GOLD FIVE STONE DIAMOND RING having a central brilliant cut diamond flanked by four smaller diamonds to form a cross shaped arrangement, measuring 0.40cts approx marked 18ct, ring size N. 2grams.£80-120
1161.   A SUITE OF 9CT AND FLAMINGO TOPAZ JEWELLERY comprising a pendant with oval claw set stone capped by a floral X-form suspension loop inset with small diamond chips, marked 375, and suspended by a yellow metal chain; a 9ct gold ring with large brilliant cut stone claw set between slender shoulders inset with small white stones, marked 375, ring size N-O, and a pair of earrings with single brilliant cut claw set stone, marked 375, 7grams. (without chain)£180-220
1162.   A 9CT WHITE GOLD AND ZIRCON RING having a central oval cut zircon, claw set and flanked by small brilliant cut white stones, marked 375, ring size N. 2grams £60-80
1163.   A 9CT GOLD CAMEO RING the oval shell cameo carved with a females head in profile, within a beaded setting and rope twist surround, the band marked 9ct, ring size N, 3grams £50-80
1164.   A 9CT GOLD SWIVEL FOB, the circular fob faced with polished bloodstone and carnelian within a gold surround, pivoted between a fused curb link support with suspension hoop, marked 375, 4cm(h). 12grams (total)£40-60
1165.   AN 18CT GOLD AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING having seven round cut diamonds claw set in a stepped stylised flower head arrangement, measuring 0.7cts approx, ring size L-M, faint marks(tested as 18ct) 2grams. £350-450
1166.   A PAIR OF 9CT GOLD AND SAPPHIRE EARRINGS having a central round cut sapphire claw set to the pierced and lobed flower head surround, marked 375. 1gram£30-50
1167.   A PAIR OF DIAMOND CLUSTER EARRINGS with diamonds totalling 0.50 carats approx (each) for pierced ears. marked 375. 2grams£250-350
1168.   A YELLOW METAL MUFF CHAIN having multiple cube-form links finishing with a sprung circular clasp and additional swivel clasp, unmarked but testing as 9ct gold. 150cm(L) 57grams£400-600
1169.   A YELLOW METAL MUFF CHAIN having multiple circular links finishing with a swivel clasp marked 9ct, the chain unmarked but testing as 9ct gold. 154cm(L) 33grams£200-300
1170.   A 9CT GOLD MUFF CHAIN having multiple circular links joined at the centre and finishing with a swivel clasp, marked 9ct. 154cm(L), 12grams£80-120
1171.   A SUBSTANTIAL 9CT GOLD CHAIN having multiple cube-form links finishing with a swivel clasp. 75cm(L), 61grams£500-800
1172.   A 9CT GOLD BANGLE of hinged circular form, one section engraved with foliate scrolls, marked 9, 375, 6cm. 16grams£120-180
1173.   A GROUP OF THREE 9CT GOLD SWIVEL FOBS, the first having an architectural support with engraved detail pivoting the circular fob with polished blood stone and carnelian matrix, marked 375, 3.5cm(h); the second having a circular carnelian and bloodstone fob pivoted between a shaped and engraved support with suspension loop, marked and testing as 9ct gold, 4.5cm(h); the third a 9ct gold and citrine type swivel fob, having a faceted tripe matrix pivoted between a fused curb-link support with suspension loop, marked 9. (3) 27grams(total)£80-120
1174.   TWO 9CT GOLD BAR BROOCHES, the first having a serpentine bar mounted with a seed pearl inset crescent, marked 9ct, 4cm, 1gram; the second having a central pale green peridot brilliant cut within a beaded setting and in an open circular surround, flanked by small seed pearls within open circular surrounds, marked 9ct, 5cm(L), 3grams; sold together with a yellow metal pendant of oval form with faceted surround enclosing old portrait photographs under glass, and a yellow metal propelling pencil, of typical form. (4)£20-40
1175.   AN 18CT GOLD WEDDING BAND of circular form, the exterior with textured sunburst decoration, marked 18, ring size P. 7grams£80-120
1176.   A VICTORIAN YELLOW METAL MOURNING BROOCH having an oval centre with arranged locks of hair under glass, the reverse with old photograph, all enclosed by an interlaced link form surround, not testing as gold. 5.5cm(h)£60-100
1177.   NO LOT
1178.   A 15CT GOLD BAR BROOCH having an elliptical centre inset with three small diamond brilliants within star cut surrounds, flanked by the shaped bar with applied wire work flowers, having a simple pin fastener and safety chain, marked 15ct to the reverse. 4.5cm(L) 5grams£50-80
1179.   A COLLECTION OF SILVER AND WHITE METAL JEWELLERY comprising three pendant medallions, two watch Alberts and two brooches (all silver) and a white metal bracelet with charms, a white metal belt ornament and an oval brooch (all white metal) 114grams (silver) & 49grams (white metal)£80-120
1180.   A 9CT GOLD AND AMETHYST MONSIGNORS RING having a large oval cut pale amethyst claw set to the stylised foliate setting and scrolling pierced shoulders, ring size P, 11grams, sold together with a size adapting bar. 1gram£200-300
1181.   AN 18CT WHITE GOLD DIAMOND AND RUBY HALF ETERNITY RING having a linear arrangement of five small diamond brilliants measuring 0.4cts approx, interspersed by conforming rubies, marked 18ct, ring size Q-R. 5grams£150-200
1182.   A 9CT GOLD WATCH ALBERT having multiple graduating curb type links, finishing with a T-bar and 9ct gold medallion marked 'Robinson Bros AFC', swivel clasp and an attached 9ct gold part watch Albert, all marked either 375 or 9ct. 39cm(L) 26grams. £200-300
1183.   A YELLOW METAL MUFF CHAIN having multiple circular links finishing with a sprung circular clasp, unmarked but testing as 9ct gold. 154cm(L) 32grams £250-350
1184.   AN 18CT GOLD DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING having a central brilliant cut diamond measuring 0.20cts approx, within an open rubbed over setting and twisted band, marked 18k, 750, ring size L. 2grams£120-180
1185.   AN 18K WHITE GOLD DIAMOND THREE STONE RING having a convex linear arrangement of three brilliant cut diamonds measuring 0.38cts approx, marked 18k, ring size L. 3grams£120-180
1186.   A JADE AND WHITE METAL BROOCH, the white metal mount inset with marcasites, the stone carved with gourds and prunus blossom. 6cm x 4.5cm £150-200
1187.   SMALL COLLECTIOIN OF G.B. SILVER AND BRONZE, silver comprises of 10 George V and George VI Florins including 2 1925 (both fair) and a 1932 (NVF) together with a 1928 Halfcrown.£20-40
1188.   COLLECTION OF 130 GEORGE V AND GEORGE VI FLORINS, all 1920-1946 and average circulated condition. Approx 1450 grams £250-350
1189.   COLLECTION OF 140 GEORGE V AND GEORGE VI FLORINS, all 1920-1946 and average circulated condition. Approx 1565 grams.£250-350
1190.   SMALL BAG OF G.B. COINAGE, 1953 plastic set, 2 x cased set of 1953 Crowns, Cumberland C.C Attendance Medal 1906, etc.£10-20
1191.   QUANTITY OF MAINLY G.B. BRONZE COINAGE, includes 1895 2mm Penny (NF), 2 1918 Half Pennies (both NVF) and a 1928 Penny (EF with lustre).£20-40
1192.   SMALL TIN OF WORLD COINS, to include 1887 Double Florin (NVF), Portugal 1934 10 Escudos (F), Canada 1898 10 lents (VF) etc.£20-40
1193.   SMALL BAG OF COINS, including 3 1935 Crowns (all GVF), 1797 Cartwheel Penny (NF), Ireland 1928 Halfcrown (VF) and a worn George III Crown and Victoria Halfcrown£30-50
1194.   SMALL COLLECTION OF 10 BANKNOTES, 6 Algeria 1939-42, Italy 100 Lire 1943 (Allied currency) etc. All VG - F.£10-20
1195.   G.B. AND WORLD COINAGE, including a quantity of Isle of Man CU-N: Crowns, and 1820 Base Metal contemporary Forgery Crown, small amount of silver etc.£20-40
1196.   SMALL COLLECTION OF G.B. AND WORLD COINAGE, to include ZAR 1896 Trench Art Shilling (VF), USA 1876 Quarter (pierced) and 2000 £5 coin cover.£20-40
1197.   LARGE COLLECTION OF G.B. AND WORLD COINAGE IN A BOX, including Sandhill Folders, a quantity of bronze Pennies Victoria-Elizabeth. Denmark 5 Ore 1898 (VF) and small amount of silver.£40-60
1198.   1884 MAUNDY FOURPENCE AND £1 NOTE CHARM, the Fourpence VF, the note in a white metal and plastic capsule with suspension ring.£10-20
1199.   SMALL BOX OF 19TH/20TH CENTURY G.B. MEDALS, includes George Stephenson Centenary 45mm white metal (EF, Gimer 1681 A) and various Sunday school (15)£40-60
1200.   SMALL BAG OF WORLD COINS, including Denmark 10 Ore 1882 (NF), German East Afric 1 Rupie 1913 J GVF with edge knocks, Norway 1916 5 Ore (F), Spain 1808 Real (GF), etc.£50-80
1201.   G.B. ASSORTMENT IN SHOE BOX, Crown to Farthing. 17th to 20th Century, the quantity includes 1821 Crown (F), 1671 Crown (P/F), 1887 Crown and Double Florin (both GVF).£150-200
1202.   BAG OF ASSORTED FOREIGN COINS, including USA Dimes 1909 (NF) and 1912 (GVF), Cents 1808 (F), 1844 (F), 1864 Cupro-Nichel (VF), 1864 Bronze (F). Remainder mainly late 19th to early 20th Century European. £60-80
1203.   1746 LIMA HALFCROWN, (NVF) with gun metal toning.£40-60
1204.   SMALL ALBUM OF MAINLY NICKLE CROWNS, also includes USA 1921 S $ VF (Morgan), 1875 Florin (P) and 3 x £5 coins.£30-50
1205.   SHOE BOX OF G.B. AND WORLD COINAGE, includes USA 1853 and 1876 Cents (both VF) and 1862 Half Dime (VF). Quantity of G.B. bronze pennies including Victoria bnn heads (Average circulated).£80-120
1206.   LARGE BAG OF MAINLY EUROPEAN LATE TO 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY BASE METAL COINAGE, strength in French and Belgian. All average circulated condition.£60-80
1207.   QUANTITY OF G.B. COINAGE (MAINLY SILVER), includes approx. 1kg of pre 47 silver in mixed denominations - Sixpence to Halfcrown. Average circulated condition and no scarce dates noted.£250-300
1208.   1641/3 HALFCROWN AND PORTOBELLO MEDAL, the Halfcrown NF and clipped 13.92 grams, the medal poor with notes relating to find in 1920s.£30-50
1209.   BAG OF G.B. AND WORLD COINAGE, including 300 grams+ of pre 47 silver, USA 1917 S Half Dollar NF (reverse mint mark), Australia 1914 Sixpence F, Restrike 1780 Thaler, small quantity of early 20th Century Egyptian. £100-150
1210.   SMALL BAG OF G.B. AND WOLD COINAGE, 2 x Victoria Crown and Australia 1966 50 Cents (all in white metal mounts), Canadian 1978 silver Proof Dollar, cased (FDC), Australian 1978 Mint set, etc.£50-80
1211.   BOX OF G.B. AND WORLD COINAGE, including 1897 LX Crown (GVF), 1823 Shilling (NF), 1787 2 Reales (F), quantity of other 19th/20th Century coins in silver and base metal.£120-150
1212.   4 x EARLY G.B. MILLED SILVER, 1684 Crown (F), VERY RARE 1689 Halfcrown (F), ESC 503 with obverse punch mark, 1757 Sixpence (GF) and a 1758 Sixpence (VF).£180-220
1213.   SMALL COLLECTION OF CROWN AND £5 COINS, 1889 Crown (VF), 4 x CU-N Crowns, USA 1969 and 1976 Half Dollars, 2002 £5 coin First Day Cover, 2003 £5 coin UNC£30-50
1214.   LARGE BAG OF G.B. AND WORLD COINAGE, includes a small amount of silver: 11 Halfcrowns (2 pre 1920 and one 1930 (F)), etc.£60-80
1215.   GOLD HALF SOVERIGN BRACELET, consisting of: 1853, 1866, 3 x 1887 and 1892. Bracelet 9ct with padlock, gross weight 52.56 grams. Coins all in clip mounts F to A UNC£700-900
1216.   1881 SOVEREIGN BROOCH, Sydney Mint F in 9ct mount. Gross weight 11.44 grams, Marsh 118 B£170-190
1217.   1907 SOVEREIGN VF£160-180
1218.   1892 SOVEREIGN VF, Sydney Mint£160-180
1219.   1899 SOVEREIGN, NVF£160-180
1220.   1914 SOVEREIGN, VF£160-180
1221.   SMALL QUANTITY OF G.B. COINAGE, including 1900 LXIII Crown (F), Halfcrown 1845 (F), 2 x 1887 Jubilee Head, 1887 Florin and Shilling . Hong Kong 1866 10 Cents (VF)£80-100
1222.   SMALL COLLECTION OF G.B. SILVER AND COPPER, Crowns 1820 LX (F), 1821 Secundo (NF), 1822 Secundo (NF), Farthings 1674 (F), 1735 (F), Halfpeny 1773 (F).£100-120
1223.   SMALL BAG OF ASSORTED G.B. AND WORLD COINAGE, mainly 20th Century but includes 1773 Halfpenny forgery (VF) and an 1843 Threehalf Pence (F)£40-60
1224.   QUANTITY OF G.B. COINAGE, 16 x pre 1920 Halfcrowns 1885-1918, 10 x pre 1947 Florins, 2002 £5 coin and sundry x 4. Average circulated condition.£60-80
1225.   BANKNOTES: BANK OF SCOTALND. 3 x £5: Bank of Scotland 1985 CW056080 VF, Royal Bank of Scotland 1975 A/36 008864 VF and a 1990 B/5 942562. 3 x £1: Royal Bank of Scotland 1967 CR 982455 EF, Bank of Scotland 1970 and 1978 B/3 0435933 and C/96 0995442 both EF/£40-60
1226.   BANKNOTES: SCOTTISH. 4 x £10: Clydesdale Bank 1993 E/RZ 073675 VF several light folds, Bank of Scotland 1992 FG 701954 VF folds/creases, Royal Bank of Scotland x 2 1985 A/79 290428 EF and 1988 A/21 281626 VF folds/creases.£40-60
1227.   BANKNOTES: BANK OF ENGLAND. Page £10 C81 490655 and Page £5 67C 835893 (first series) both A UNC/UNC£40-60
1228.   BANKNOTES: BANK OF ENGLAND. 7 x £5; Page H21 035782, Gill SE23 066567, Somerset x 3: NC52 585302 and 3 EY48 721842. Lowther HD06 400686 and LL74 867128. All A UNC/UNC£60-80
1229.   BANKNOTES: BANK OF ENGLAND. £20: Kentfield CE61 705450 and Lowther DB50 064550 VF and EF. £10: Somerset x 3; CS54 015100, CU59 694500 and CU60 694001. Gill DU02 550420 and EY38 584112. All A UNC/UNC£120-180
1230.   BANKNOTES: BANK OF ENGLAND. £1: 8 x Somerset (some consecutive pairs) all A UNC/UNC. PEPPIATT M98E 955818 (VF) and O'BRIEN X41K 435763 (EF), HOLLOM B33U 669877 and D55W 628473, Page X80J 890052 (last 3 UNC).
10 Shillings: PEPPIATT Mauve R48D 5078163 (EF). 2 x O'BRIEN and a FFORDE (All A UNC).£50-80
1231.   SMALL COLLECTION OF G.B. AND ROMAN. 1889 Crown F, 1937 Proof Crown (minor hairlines), 1937 Edward VIII fantasy Crown, 1812 Birmingham Copper Company Penny token VF verdigris and 5 x small Roman bronze.£40-60
1232.   QUANTITY OF COINS, MEDALS AND BANKNOTES, mainly G.B. Hammered to Milled to include 1573 Threepence (NF), 1811 Bilston Penny (F), USA 1866 Dime (VF), 8 x £1 Notes (1 Peppiatt and 7 Beale) 4 x 10 Shilling Notes (all Beale). Coins F to EF, Notes all VG to F with folds and pinholes, etc.£100-150
1233.   JEWELLERY BOX CONTAING G.B. AND FOREGIN COINS, includes Canadian 1894 10 Cents (NF), USA 1836 Half Dime (F Holed), 2 x 1951 Crowns and a small amount of silver.£20-40
1234.   1904 SOVEREIGN (VF), London Mint£160-180
1235.   1905 SOVEREIGN (VF), London Mint, obverse scratch£160-180
1236.   1907 SOVEREIGN (VF), London Mint£160-180
1237.   1937 CASED COIN PROOF SET, Crown to Maundy Penny in leather covered case with spare card box as issued. Coins toned - especially the bronze.£180-220
1238.   1899 HALF SOVEREIGN (F)£60-80
1239.   SMALL COLLECTION OF G.B. AND WORLD COINAGE, including 1935 Crown, 1953 Plastic set, Belgian 1869 5 Francs (GF), Netherlands 1880 10 Cents (GF) and some pierced silver coins, etc.£60-80
1240.   TWO PAIRS OF 19TH CENTURY BRASS SOVEREIGN SCALES of typical balance form with sovereign and half sovereign platforms opposed by a weight stamped with a Crown, also stamped Warranted. 10cm(L) (2)£30-50
1241.   ANTONINUS PIUS BRASS SESTERTIUS. Rev: IOVI SATORI S C, Jupiter standing with spear and thunderbolt. VF, sear 4184£100-140
1242.   COMMODUS BRASS SESTERTIUS. Rev: IOVI STATORI S C, Jupiter standing with spear and thunderbolt. VF, sear 5743.£40-60
1243.   ROMAN: CLAUDIUS AS. Rev: LIBERTAS AVGVSTA S C, Liberty standing. GF with green pating from soil. Sear 1859.£20-40
1244.   ROMAN: NERO SESTERTIUS. Rev: ANNONA AVGVSTI CERES S C, Ceres seated and Abundance standing with ship behind. VF and Rare, sear 1952.£400-500
1245.   ROMAN: DOMITIAN SESTERTIUS. Rev: IOVI VICTORI S C, Jupiter seated with spear and Nike. NF, sear 2766.£40-60
1246.   ROMAN: AUGUSTUS AS. Rev: PONTF MAXIM TRIBVM POT XXXIIII. F, green patina from soil.£20-40
1247.   ROAMN: CALIGULA AS. Rev: VESTA S C, Vesta seated. F, sear 1803.£60-80
1248.   NO LOT
£100-150
1249.   SMALL COLLECTION OF COIN FDC's, small group of coin First Day Covers including some £5 coins. All as issued.£20-30
1250.   ROYAL MINT THREE MONARCHS SOVEREIGN MINT MARK SET OF 12 COINS, 4 each of Victoria (Veiled Head), Edward VII and George V, set number 358 of 495 in wooden case of issue, with certificate.£2000-2250
1251.   UK 2000 GOLD PROOF 3 SOVEREIGN SET, containing Double Sovereign , Sovereign and a Half Sovereign. All coins FDC, in case of issue with certificate. 872 of 1250£600-700
1252.   1989 GOLD PROOF SOVEREIGN, issued to mark the 500th Anniversary of the Sovereign coin. FDC, cased as issued with certificate. 2426 of 12500£600-700
1253.   5 x 2005 GOLD BUILLION SOVEREIGNS, coins all carded and sealed in Royal Mint bags as issued.£800-900
1254.   5 x 2005 GOLD BULLION SOVEREIGNS, coins all carded and sealed in Royal Mint bags as issued.£800-900
1255.   5 x 2005 GOLD BULLION SOVEREIGNS, coins all carded and sealed in Royal Mint bags as issued.£800-900
1256.   2005 GOLD BULLION SOVEREIGN, carded and sealed in Royal Mint bag as issued.£160-180
1257.   2005 GOLD BULLION SOVEREIGN, carded and sealed in a Royal Mint bag as issued.£160-180
1258.   2005 GOLD BULLION SOVEREIGN, carded and sealed in a Royal Mint bag as issued.£160-180
1259.   2005 GOLD BULLION SOVEREIGN, carded and sealed in a Royal Mint bag as issued.£160-180
1260.   2005 GOLD BULLION SOVEREIGN, carded and sealed in a Royal Mint bag as issued.£160-180
1261.   1887 MELBOURNE MINT SOVEREIGN, small BP (Marsh 109) VF.£170-190
1262.   1906 MELBOURNE SOVEREIGN, VF.£160-180
1263.   1907 SOVEREIGN, LONDON, GF.£160-180
1264.   1991 GOLD PROOF SOVEREIGN, cased FDC with certificate 2976£180-220
1265.   1992 GOLD PROOF SOVEREIGN, cased FDC with certificate 2483.£180-220
1266.   1993 GOLD PROOF SOVEREIGN, cased FDC with certificate 2685.£180-220
1267.   1999 GOLD PROOF SOVEREIGN, cased FDC with certificate 4529£180-220
1268.   2000 GOLD BULLION SOVEREIGN, a UNC in a single Sovereign case.£160-180
1269.   2000 GOLD PROOF SOVEREIGN, cased FDC with certificate 6315.£180-220
1270.   2002 GOLD PROOF SOVEREIGN, cased FDC with certificate 7706.£180-220
1271.   2005 GOLD PROOF SOVEREIGN, cased FDC with certificate 2613.£180-220
1272.   1905 HALF SOVEREIGN, F.£60-80
1273.   1908 HALF SOVEREIGN, LONDON, VF.£60-80
1274.   1992 GOLD PROOF HALF SOVEREIGN , cased FDC with certificate 3004.£90-110
1275.   1992 GOLD PROOF HALF SOVEREIGN, cased FDC with certificate 2984.
£90-110
1276.   2000 GOLD BULLION HALF SOVEREIGN, a UNC in single Half Sovereign case.£60-80
1277.   2000 GOLD BULLION HALF SOVEREIGN, a UNC in a single Sovereign case.£60-80
1278.   1993 BRITANNIA 1/10oz GOLD PROOF, cased FDC with certificate 687.£60-80
1279.   2007 GOLD PROOF CROWN, cased as issued FDC with certificate 2324. Issued to mark the Diamond Wedding of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip.£600-800
1280.   THE GILLICK PORTRAIT COLLECTION, Royal Mint cased set as issued with certificate 202. Set comprises 13 G.B. pre decimal coins and includes 2 x Sovereigns.£320-400
1281.   5 x ROYAL MINT SILVER PROOFS.
4 x Crowns / £5: 1993, 1999 Millennium, 2002 Golden Jubilee and 2010 Restoration of the Monarchy. 2008 Silver Proof £2 Britannia.
All cased FDC with certificates.
£80-120
1282.   5 x ROYAL MINT SILVER PROOFS.
4 x Crowns/£5: 2 x 2002 Golden Jubilee, 2007 Diamond Wedding, 2010 Restoration of The Monarchy. 2008 Silver Proof £2 Britannia.
All cased FDC with certificates.£80-120
1283.   1996 SILVER ANNIVERSARY COLLECTION, Royal Mint 7 coin Proof set.
Light toning as often on this issue. Cased with certificate 7582.£40-60
1284.   7 x ROYAL MINT SILVER PROOFS, 1997 £2, 2 x 1987 £1, 2 x 1988 £1, 1996 £1, and 1990 5 Pence 2 coin set. All FDC cased with certificates.£60-80
1285.   10 x ROYAL MINT PROOF/YEAR SETS, 1953 Plastic set, Proof sets 1970, 1980, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1993, 1994, 1996 and 1998. All with certificates (where issued) and in cases of issue. Some with toning.£60-80
1286.   8 x ROYAL MINT PROOF SETS, 1990, 1992, 1995 Deluxe, 1996 Deluxe, 2000 Executive, 2002 Executive and 2003 Executive. All cased with certificates and card outers.£70-90
1287.   ROYAL MINT PACKS x 13.
£5: 1996, 1997, 2000 (Millennium), 2002 x 3.
£2: 1994 x 2.
£1: 1996 x 3, 1997 and 1999.
All as issued.£30-40
1288.   ROYAL MINT PACKS AND COIN COVERS x 17.
Queen Elizabeth Crown Collection 1953-1990.
£5: 1996, 1997 x 2, 2000 (Queen Mother), 2002 x 2.
£2: 1994 x 2.
£1: 1996 x 3, 1997 x 2, 1999.
Coin Covers: 1997 £1 and 1999 Berlin Airlift.£40-50
1289.   5 x CROWNS AND 5 x SHILLINGS.
Crowns: 1847 Young Head (F), 1889 (F), 1935 (VF), 1937 (VF) and 1953 (EF).
Shillings: William III 169? (last digit unclear) (P), 1834 (F), 1887 (GF), 1925 (F) and 1929 (F).£80-90
1290.   8 x COMMEMORATIVE MEDALS.
1832 Reform Bill, 46mm white metal.
1838 Coronation, 54mm white metal.
1897 Diamond Jubilee, 56mm Silver (cleaned).
And 5 others. Most pierced for suspension.£60-80
1291.   1902 SILVER PROOF COINS x 4 AND CASED CORONATION MEDAL, consists of Halfcrown, Florin, Shilling and Sixpence (all toned), continued in Long set case (this is in good order). Medal 56mm in a bronze case with some scuffing, Medal GF£180-220
1292.   LARGE BAG OF G.B. AND WORLD COINAGE, mainly 20th Century but earlier noted including a small amount of silver. ZAR 1892 Shilling (VF) AND 1898 Penny VF, etc.£80-100
1293.   LARGE TIN OF G.B. COINAGE, mainly 20th century Pennies but does include 210 grams of pre 1947 silver. £40-60
1294.   COLLECTION OF G.B. AND WORLD COINAGE IN A TIN, large quantity of approx 5kg of mainly base metal coinage, 18th-20th Century.£40-60
1295.   SMALL BAG OF FOREIGN COINAGE, Russia 1899 Rouble F (St Petersburg mint), Netherlands 1826 25 Cents (VF), Sweden 1966 5 Kronor (UNC), Hamburg 1 schilling 1765 (Poor), etc. (10)£40-60
1296.   G.B. COIN COLLECTION IN AN ALBUM, comprising of Halfcrowns to Pennies, George III to Elizabeth II. Includes much silver.£200-300
1297.   TING OF G.B. COINAGE, some silver but mainly Halfpennies, including 1854 EF with lustre, 1854 GUF with obverse lamination, 1862 A UNC with lustre etc. £60-80
1298.   CIGAR BOX OF G.B. COINAGE/TOKENS/MEDALS.
Crowns: 2 1889, 1890, 1896 LX edge, 1899 LXII edge (all NF).
Double Florin: 1889 Ex mount Obv, 1723 South Seas Co Shilling 2nd bust F, etc.£100-150
1299.   A GROUP OF FOUR NUMISMATIC BOOKS comprising 'The Story of The British Coinage' by G B Rawlings, printed by George Newnes Limited, Southampton Street, Strand, London 1898, 'The Series of English Coins in copper, tin & bronze' by J Henry, printed by S & J Brawn, printers, 13 Gate Street, Lincoln Inn Fields WC London, and Vol I & II of 'Akermans Roman Coins' a descriptive catalogue of rare and unedited Roman coins, by J Y Akerman F.S.A, published by Effingham Wilson, Royal Exchange London 1834. (4)£30-60
1300.   SMALL COIN COLLECTION IN 2 BOXES, includes a small amount of silver but mainly base metal G.B. 20th Century, 6 £1 notes, Hollom, Fforde, Page and Somerset and a Fforde 10 Shilling note (All with multiple folds/creases).£20-30
1301.   TIN OF MAINLY BASE METAL COINAGE, predominantly G.B. George V and Elizabeth II Pennies, small amount of pre 47 silver and some foreign.£20-30
1302.   SMALL G.B. ASSORTMENT INCLUDING MODERN GOLD PLATED COINS, 3 X G.B. Crowns 1935 (VF) and 2 cased 1951, 2010 £5 coin, small amount of London Mint plated coins, etc.£20-40
1303.   1896 SOVEREIGN MELBOURNE MINT, F.£180-220
1304.   1906 SOVEREIGN LONDON MINT, GF.£180-220
1305.   1890 SOVEREIGN LONDON MINT, GF.£180-220
1306.   1911 SOVEREIGN LONDON MINT, VF.£180-220
1307.   SMALL BOX OF MAILY G.B. SILVER & Cu-Ni. Mainly lower grade silver pre 47 (gross weight 1130 grams), pre 1920 (gross weight 62grams), small bag of assorted including 2 Scottish Communion tokens for Castleton 1804 and 1854.£300-400
1308.   CHILE 5 PESOS 1895 AND 1 PASO 1861. The 5 Pesos with yellow metal loop mount (gross weight 3.12 grams), the 1 Peso in Fine.£80-120
1309.   1914 HALF SOVEREIGN IN YELLOW METAL AND GLASS MOUNT. Gross weight 7.76 grams, London Mint.£80-120
1310.   1891 SOVEREIGN LONDON MINT, VF£180-220
1311.   BHUTAN 1966 3 COIN GOLD PROOF SET, uncased set of 5, 3 and 1 Sertum coins. Low mintage of only 598 sets. 63.9 grams of 22ct gold£1200-1400
1312.   BHUTAN 1966 3 COINS GOLD PROOF SET, uncased set of 5, 3 and 1 Sertum coins. Low mintage of only 598 sets. 63.9 grams of 22ct gold.£1200-1400
1313.   1872 SHEILD BACK SOVEREIGN (GF), die number 90, Marsh 56£170-190
1314.   1889 SOVEREIGN, LONDON, (VF), with old ticket for £27 purchase price.£160-180
1315.   1903 SOVEREIGN, PERTH, (VF).£160-180
1316.   1910 SOVEREIGN, LONDON, (VF).£160-180
1317.   1922 SOVEREIGN, PERTH, (VF).£160-180
1318.   1928 SOVEREIGN, PRETORIA, (GVF).£160-180
1319.   1841 HALF SOVEREIGN (F), Marsh 415 and Rarity 2 .£150-250
1320.   1853 HALF SOVEREIGN (EX MOUNT), obv gilt and milling missing dne to mount removal. Gross weight 3.9 grams.£60-80
1321.   1910 HALF SOVERIEGN (F)£60-80
1322.   1898 HALF SOVEREIGN (F)£60-80
1323.   1910 HALF SOVEREIGN (F)£60-80
1324.   3 VICTORIAN CROWNS AND A DOUBLE FLORIN.
Crowns: 1887, 1889 and 1891.
Double Florin: 1887 Arabic 1.
All better than VF, the 1891 laquered.£80-120
1325.   CROWNS 1935-1981 x 29. Includes 1935 x 5, 1937 x 2, and 1951 x 3. VF to A UNC.£80-120
1326.   HALFCROWNS 1746 - 1887 x 6. 1746 Lima GF, 1816 VF, 1820 (G III) Esc 625 NF, 1836 GF and 2 x 1887 Jubilee Head both GVF.£120-180
1327.   VICTORIAN FLORINS x 3, 1849 (Esc 802) VF and 2 x 1887 Jubilee Head, both GVF.£60-80
1328.   QUEEN ANNE 1708 E AND 1709 SHILLINGS, 1708 E (Esc 1145 B) NF and 1709 Third Bust (Esc 1154) GF. The 1708 rated rarity 3 by Rayner.£100-150
1329.   GEORGE I 1723 SSC SHILLINGS C/SS, first bust, C over SS in third quarter with weakness at 23 of date, and characteristic flaw to right of this. GEF with original mint bloom and extremely rare thus. £250-500
1330.   GEORGE II AND III SHILLINGS x 7, 1743 GF, 1758 VF, 1787 x 2 (both Esc 1225) NVF and EF with mint bloom, 1816 VF, 1817 VF and 1820 GF.£100-150
1331.   1825 MINT ERROR SHILLING, this coin has been struck without a collar (no edge milling) and a partial obverse brockage showing on the reverse. GVF and cabinet toned.£100-200
1332.   GEORGE IV TO VICTORIAN JUBILEE HEAD SHILLINGS, 1826 VF, 1834 EF, 1872 die 38 VF, 1887 Jubilee Head x 2 VF, 1888 VF, 1889 (Large Head) VF and 1890 GVF. (8)£180-220
1333.   VICTORIA VEILED HEAD TO GEROGE V SHILLINGS, 1893 GVF, 1900 GVF, 1901 NEF, 1902 VF, 1907 VF, 1911 EF, 1911 GVF, 1912 VF, and 1919 VF (9)£90-120
1334.   SHILLINGS 1887 TO 1951, small collection of George VI, includes 1887 JH and 1899 with 12 others 0.500 Silver.£40-60
1335.   SIXPENCES 1787 TO 1953.
1787 NEF, 1816 GVF, 1887 (withdrawn) VF, 1887 (2nd Type) VF, 1937, 1950, 1951 and 1953 (the last 4 all proofs). (8).£80-120
1336.   BANK OF ENGLAND TOKENS, 3 Shillings 1811 (Esc 408) GVF, Eighteen Pence 1811 GVF and 1813 GF.£60-80
1337.   MAUNDY ODDS x 7.
Fourpence: 1868 VF, 1894 x 2 (both GVF), 1895 GVF.
Threepence: 1679 F.
Twopence: Charles II undated (Esc 2167) F and 1868 GVF. £80-120
1338.   MAUNDY PENNIES x 10.
1703 VF, 1746 VF, 1827 VF, 1848 GVF, 1864 VF, 1865 VF, 1866 VF, 1868 VF, 1880 VF and 1926 VF.£100-150
1339.   G.B. COPPER x 10, 1797 Cartwheel Twopence VF, Pennies; 1806 GVF, 1841 GVF, 1853 OT VF, 1854 OT VF, 1854 PT GVF, 1855 OT VF, 1855 PT VF, 1858 GVF and 1859 GVF. (10).£180-220
1340.   G.B. COPPER HALFPENNIES x 8. 1799 GVF residual lustre, 1806 GVF, 1826 VF, 1831 VF, 1834 NVF, 1853 GVF, 1854 EF and 1858 VF.£80-120
1341.   VICTORIA BRONZE HALFPENNIES x 3. 1860 Beaded Border GVF, 1890 GEF and 1901 GEF.£60-80
1342.   G.B. COPPER FARTHINGS x 10. 1749 GF, 1806 GVF, 1822 GVF, 1827 VF, 1835 GVF, 1836 GVF, 1840 VF, 1853 Wide Date VF, 1853 Narrow Date GVF and 1857 VF.£80-100
1343.   FARTHINGS VICTORIA TO ELIZABETH II x 26. Dates 1872 TO 1955 including a 1951 and 1953 Proof example. Grades are VF to UNC.£40-60
1344.   FRACTIONAL FARTHINGS x 6 AND 1806 FARTHING. 2 x 1843 Half Farthings, 2 x 1844 Half Farthings and 2 x 1902 Third Farthings, together with an 1806 Farthing. VF to lustrous UNC.£60-80
1345.   SILVER AND BRASS THREEPENCES 1887-1952, consisting of 7 x silver 1887 to 1941 and 7 x brass 1937 to 1952, including a 1951 and 1953 Proof example. The 1887 GVF and others VF to UNC.£40-60
1346.   SMALL G.B. COLLECTION OF FRACTIONAL TO DECIMAL. Noted 1787 6d VF, 1838 Twopence GVF, 5 x Copper Pennies 1841 to 1858 (x 2 Narrow and Wide dates) etc.£80-120
1347.   IRELAND 1806 FARTHING, prooflike UNC, superb example.£40-60
1348.   ROAMN: DOMITIAN BRASS SESTERTIUS.
Rev: Minerva advancing right brandishing a javelin and holding a shield (F) sear 2683.£100-200
1349.   ROMAN: TRABEN BRASS SESTERTIUS. Rev ; SPQR OPTIMO PRINCIPI SC, Fortuna standing left holding rudder on prow and cornucopia, VF with obverse flaw on bust.£80-120
1350.   ROMAN: HADRIAN BRASS SESTERTIUS. Rev: CONCORDIA EXERCITVVM SC, concordia standing left holding standard in each hand. NF, sear 3582£80-120
1351.   ROMAN: DOMITIAN BRASS SESTERTIUS. Obv I: cos x 11. Rve; SC Domitian standing left holding spear, German warrior kneeling at feet resting on a shield as sear 2772 but die pairing not recorded. F.£80-120
1352.   ROMAN: HADRIAN BRASS SESTERTIUS. Rev: COS III SC, Roma seated left on cuirass holding victory and cornucopia. F.£60-80
1353.   ROMAN: CLAUDIUS COPPER AS. Obv: Lc. Rev: LIBERTAS AVGVSTA S C, Libertas standing facing F. Sear 1860.£30-50
1354.   ROMAN: SEVERUS ALEXANDER BRASS SESTERTIUS. Rev: PONTIF MAX TR P III COS PP SC, Alexander in military attire standing left holding globe and spear. Sear 8010. GF.£30-50
1355.   ROMAN: SEVERUS ALEXANDER BRASS SESTERTIUS. Rev: P M TR P XIIII COS II P P S C, Sol advancing left, right hand raised and holding a whip in the left. GF, sear 8005.£30-50
1356.   ROMAN: TIBERIUS ALEXANDRIAN BILLON TETRADRACHM. Obv: Head of Tiberius to left LKA before (regnal year 21). Rev: Head of Augustus to right with lituus before. VF.£150-300
1357.   ROMAN: VESPASIAN ALEXANDRIAN BILLON TETRADRACHM. Obv: LB (Regnal year 2) before bust. Rev: Mike advancing holding wreath and palm. VF, sear 2376.£80-120
1358.   ROMAN: NERO ALEXANDRIAN BILLON TETRADRACHM, Regnal year 3. F.£50-80
1359.   ROMAN: ANTONINUS PIUS BILLON TETRADRACHM. Obv: Bare head facing right. Rev: Dikaiosyne scated holding scales and cornucopia. GF, sear 4340.£30-50
1360.   ROMAN: ANTONINUS PIUS DUPONDIUS. Obv: IMP TEAL CAES HADR ANTONINVS AVG PIVS. Rev: Ceres standing right holding ears of corn and a bowl of fruit, TR POT COS S C. VF.£30-50
1361.   ROMAN: MAXIMINUS I, SESTERIUS. Obv: A. Rev: FIDES MILITVM, Militum standing left holding standard in each hand. F, sear 8327.£30-50
1362.   ROMAN: MAXIMINUS I, SESTERTIUS. Obv: A. Rev: PAX AVGVSTI S C, Pax standing left holding olive branch and scepter. F. £30-50
1363.   ROMAN: MAXIMIAN FOLLIS x 3. Various F to VF.£60-80
1364.   ROMAN: ANTONINUS PIUS, DUPONDIUS. Obv: Laureate bust. Rev: BRITANNIA COS III S C, Brtiannia seated left on rock in attitude of dejection. VF with obv soil deposit and reverse verdigris spot.£80-120
1365.   ROMAN: NERO, BRASS AS. Obv: NERO CLAUD CEASER AVG GERMANIC. Rev: PONTIF MAX TR POT IMP PS S C, Nero as Apollo advancing light playing lyre. F.£60-80
1366.   ROMAN: SILVER DENARIUS AND ANTONINIANUS x 4. Assorted Caracalla - Trajan Decius. F to VF.£60-80
1367.   ROAMN: SILVER ANTONINIANUS x 6. Various Emperors, all about VF £80-120
1368.   ROMAN: TRAJAN DENARIUS. Rev: Roma seated holding victory and resting on spear. VF, sear 3121.£50-80
1369.   ROMAN: 6 x SMALL SILVER. Assorted emperors, F to VF.£80-120
1370.   ROMAN:9 COIN GROUP INCLUDING SILVER, some with tickets F to VF.£80-120
1371.   ROMAN: 10 x BASE METAL FOLLIS etc, assorted emperors, F to VF.£50-80
1372.   ANCIENT: 10 x BASE METAL TETRARACHM etc. F to VF.£60-80
1373.   ANCIENT: 16 x BASE METAL BILLION etc, F to VF.£100-150
1374.   BYZANTINE. Unidentified Byzantine silver coin, Obv: Christ enthroned. Uneven flan 21mm diameter, 2.16 grams. VF.£60-80
1375.   ABAFIL BREIFCASE TO HOLD 430 COINS. Faux leather case with 10 inserts to hold various coins from Crown to Threepence. Lockable with key.£20-40
1376.   ROMAN: PHILIP I BRASS SESTERTIUS. Rev: LAET FVNDATA (F)£30-50
1377.   1893 MELBOURNE MINT SOVEREIGN (F), veiled head, Marsh 153.£170-190
1378.   1911 SOVEREIGN (F)£160-180
1379.   1906 HALF SOVEREIGN IN YELLOW METAL MOUNT, coin is F and held in a loop mount which is stamped 9ct. Gross weight 5 grams.
1380.   5 CROWNS AND A DOUBLE FLORIN, Crowns: 1844 Star Stops NF, 1889 F, 1890 NF, 1891 NF and 1900 LXII edge .
Double Florin: 1889 F£100-120
1381.   COLLECTION OF VICTORIAN SILVER COINAGE, comprises of 13 Halfcrowns, 17 Florins and 15 Shillings. Young Head to Veiled Head all in lower grades and some cleaned. Approx 430 grams.£140-160
1382.   SMALL COLLECTION OF G.B. SILVER AND BRONZE, mainly bronze Pennies in lower grade but includes 2 1911 GEF, 1818 Crown with obverse grafitti, 1874 Halfcrown ex mount and stamped 'T Thomas'. etc.£50-80
1383.   SMALL BAG OF WORLD COINS, includes Australian Penny token 1859, Krause TN285.2 GF, ZAR 1894 2 1/2 Shillings NVF, etc.£60-80
1384.   SMALL CASH TIN OF WORLD COINS AND SMALL ALBUM OF G.B.
Noted: Saxony 1792 1/3 Taler F, USA Half Dime 1858 NF, 5 Cents 1866 NF, Australian 1917 M Shilling NVF, etc.£80-120
1385.   TUB OD G.B. COINAGE, 1942 set of 7 coins (Half Crown to Farthing), in dated case for 1925 including Threepence (this F) others A UNC. 1891 Crown F, various cupro-nickel Crowns, etc.£40-60
1386.   SMALL COLLECTION OF G.B. AND WORLD 18TH TO 20TH CENTURY COINAGE. Noted Ireland 1751 Halfpenny GF with attempted piercing. Small amount of G.B. silver, etc.£40-60
1387.   COLLECTIONOF COINS/MEDALS/BANK NOTES, noted 1897 Diamond Jubilee medals x 2, Eimer 1820 in bronze EF in original spink case and white metal 52mm diameter by Bowcher (Eimer 1818) with primates of England reverse EF. Crufts gilt medal c 1898 in glass mount (AF) appox. 38mm. 2 Russian Nicholas II banknotes, etc. £60-80
1388.   SMALL BAG OF MAINLY G.B. CROWNS, 4 x George III (all pour), 2 x 1845 NF, 1889 F, 1895 LVIII edge F, 1888 AND 1889 Double Florins F and GVF etc.£180-240
1389.   COLLECTION OF SILVER PROOFS , COIN COVERS, ETC. Noted 20 Silver Proofs (mainly Crown sized) including 1994 Maple Leaf, Chinese 1993 5 Yuan, etc. Various coin covers, Royal Mint year sets and base metal Proof coins.
*Proceeds to RSPB£300-500
1390.   1882 MELBOURNE MINT SOVEREIGN, St George reverse with small BP, VF£180-220
1391.   1888 SOVEREIGN, Sydney Mint and rated as scarce by Marsh, VF.£180-220
1392.   2 x SILVER PROOF WORLD COLLECTIONS, 1994 Caribbean Royal Visit 6 coin Crown sized set, cased as issued with certificate.
Ships and Explorers 24 coin set of mainly Crown sized coins, all in capsules in plush case with certificates.£300-500
1393.   SMALL BAG OF G.B. AND WORLD COINAGE. Noted : USA Cents 1847 NF, 1879 F with deposits, Indian 1907 Rupee GF, etc.£40-60
1394.   LARGE G.B. COLLECTION IN BAGS, mainly bronze but appox. 420grams net weight of silver. Includes small group of banknotes: Peppiatt Mauve 10 Shillings VF N48D, Russian 1921 5000Rouble etc. VERY HEAVY.£300-400
1395.   G.B. AND WORLD COINAGE IN SMALL BOX. Noted 1840 Halfcrown VF with edge knocks, 1842 and 1845 Shillings (Fair and F), 1889 and 1900 Crowns (the latter polished and in a ring mount) 1887 Florin VF and a small amount of world coinage with some in silver and four banknotes.£100-150
1396.   A 9CT GOLD MOUNTED COIN RING having a small mounted coin marked '1 Tallar 1853' mounted within a textured surround, marked 375, ring size J. 7grams £60-100
1397.   A 9CT GOLD MOUNTED FULL SOVEREIGN RING the sovereign dated 1910 within a wafer cut surround and textured shoulders, marked 375, ring size J. 15grams £160-200
1398.   A 9CT GOLD MOUNTED HALF SOVEREIGN RING the half sovereign dated 1908 within a wafer cut mount and octagonal surround, ring size P, marked 375. 10grams £100-150
1399.   A 9CT GOLD MOUNTED SOVEREIGN RING, the rubbed coin bent and mounted to a band with pierced shoulders, marked 9ct, ring size N-O. 9grams; sold together with a conforming half sovereign ring with yellow metal band, testing as 9ct gold. ring size P. 5grams (2)£120-180
1400.   LARGE BOX OF MAINLY PROOF SETS AND COINS. 12 x G.B. Proof sets 1973 - 1989. Isle of Man silver Proof sets 1978 and 1980, 8 x silver Proof IOM coins, a 1978 silver plate with inset Proof Crown (120 grams) 0.925 silver, etc.£300-500
1401.   A YELLOW METAL MOUNTED HALF SOVEREIGN PENDANT, the half sovereign dated 1912, set in a stepped scrolling and pierced circular surround with suspension hoop, unmarked but testing as 9ct gold. 4.5cm(h) 18grams£200-300
1402.   LARGE BAG OF G.B. COINAGE, includes approx. 250 grams (net) silver. NOTED: 1857 sixpence F, 1780 re-strike Thaler, Cupro-Nickel Crowns, etc.£100-150
1403.   SMALL COLLECTION OF G.B. BANKNOTES. 11 x Ten Shillings: 1 x Peppiatt Mauve, 2 x Hollom and 8 x Fforde. 7 x £1 notes: 4 x Somerset and 3 x Page (these consecutive) and a Gill £5. VG to UNC.£20-40
1404.   LARGE QUANTITY OF G.B. BRONZE PENNIES, many Victorian, noted: 1863 'open 3' 1860 Beaded Border 1869 and 1871. (These all poor, but the 1863 very Rare)£200-300
1405.   QUANTITY OF G.B. AND WORLD COINAGE IN 3 BOXES. Noted: G.B. £2 silver Britannias 2000 and 2007. Russian 1924 Rouble (GVF) Gibraltar silver Proof 1972 Crown, etc.£150-250
1406.   SMALL SELECTION OF G.B. AND WORLD COINAGE, includes a small amount of lower grade silver and a Marie Tueressia Thaler on a white metal chain.£20-30