f619 2nd june fine art collectors sale by 94YPZjL1

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									1               A MILITARY LEMONIA GENTS CHRONOGRAPH WRISTWATCH, illuminous champagne
dial with two subsidiary dials, broad arrow symbol, the reverse engraved '0552/924-3305, H-5-9,
34889', expanding strap (apparently

working) £200-300

2                 AN 18CT GENTS DAVIS & SONS OPEN FACED POCKET WATCH, keywind, signed
enamel Roman dial, No.14009 with two subsidiary dials, the casework London 1866 (approximately
112g in all) (key) £300-400

3              AN 18CT STRAUB & HEBTING GENTS OPEN FACED POCKET WATCH, keywind, enamel
Roman dial with subsidiary seconds dial, movement signed and No.9161, (casework marks rubbed)
(approximately 105g in all) £400-600

4              A 9CT CURB LINK ALBERT, with an agate swivel fob and scroll attached, links marked,
(approximately 62g in all) (and an 18ct stud) (2) £400-600

5               AN 18CT H. BERNSTEIN GENTS OPEN FACED POCKET WATCH, bright cut casework,
enamel Roman dial with subsidiary seconds dial, the keywind fusee movement signed 'H. Bernstein,
Manchester, No.92985', the casework Chester 1888, on a 9ct link marked curb albert with scroll and
moss agate swivel fob, (box) (approximately weight of watch 71g all in, approximate weight of chain
35g all in) £800-1200

6               A GENTS 9CT LIMIT OPEN FACED POCKET WATCH, topwind, enamel dial with
subsidiary seconds dial, the casework Birmingham 1926 (approximately 88g all in) (No Glazing)
£200-250

7             A CENTRE SECONDS CHRONOGRAPH POCKET WATCH, the silver casework
Birmingham 1892 £100-120

8              A LADIES 18CT FOB WATCH, bright cut casework Sheffield 1907 (cased)
(approximately 42g all in) £100-120

9               A GENTS 9CT OPEN FACED POCKET WATCH, topwind, enamel Roman dial with
subsidiary seconds dial, the Rotherhams casework Birmingham 1931, on a fine 9ct curb link chain
(box) (approximately 104g all in) £250-300

10              A 9CT EMERALD AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING £300-350

11              A GENTS 18CT OPEN FACED POCKET WATCH, topwind, enamel Roman dial with
subsidiary seconds dial, on 9ct (marked links) fancy link chain with scroll and an 1820 sovereign
(approximate weight 130g all in) (in a mahogany fitted presentation box) £800-1000

12             AN 18CT THREE STONE RING, set with a sapphire flanked by a diamond either side,
(box) £400-500

13               AN ART DECO 9CT WHITE GOLD MOUNTED CARVED JADE PENDANT, suspended with
a pearl on a fine chain £70-90
14               A GENTS 18K CHRONOGRAPHE SUISSE WRISTWATCH, silvered dial with two
subsidiary dials, tan leather strap £150-180

15              AN 18K WHITE GOLD TRIPLE DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, (box) £200-250

16            A 9CT GOLD POCKET VESTA CASE, of rectangular form, maker Horace Woodward &
Co, Birmingham 1919, (approximately 28g) £220-250

17             A 9CT ROYAL ARTILLERY BAR BROOCH, early 20th Century, in fitted box, and a WWII
Silver ARP badge, in original card box (2) £70-90

18                A GENTS OMEGA SEAMASTER WRISTWATCH, silvered dial with gold baton numerals
flexible stainless steel strap £100-120

19               A SUITE OF RECENT 18K JEWELLERY, comprising ring and pair of clip-on tassle
earrings set with turquoise (approximately 20g all in) (3) £180-220

20             A PAIR OF GEORGIAN DIAMOND EARRINGS, early 19th Century, each set with
approximately twenty-five foil backed old cut diamonds to form a floral device within a teardrop,
(largest diamond measures approximately 6mm), height 4cm (2) (s.d. and repairs) £1200-1800

21           A GEORGIAN HIGH CARAT SWORD BROOCH, set with foil backed red stones, height
9cm £250-300

22             AN EDWARDIAN 18CT BAR BROOCH, set with a pearl flanked by two graduated
diamonds either side, width 7cm £100-120

23              A GEORGIAN GOLD RING, set with nine old cut diamonds top form a floral spray
closed back setting £180-220

24              A RUSSIAN ART DEO BROOCH, suspended with three amber coloured droppers, 875
mark £40-50

25              A MINIATURE JADE MAORI HEI TIKI PENDANT, height 4cm, and an oriental fret
carved pale jade disc, diameter 6cm (2) £80-100

26                AN ART NOUVEAU MINIATURE WHITE METAL SCENT BOTTLE, c.1900, decorated in
relief with a stork in a stylized landscape, hinged lid, gilt interior, (appears unmarked) £50-70

27             A RARE 9CT ROYAL JUBILEE SNUFF BOX, 1977, blue enamel hinged lid with portrait
of HRH Queen Elizabeth II, No.14/100, Toye, Kenning & Spencer, Birmingham 1977, in fitted
presentation box with certificate, (approximately 85g in all) £80-1200

27A             AN EDWARDIAN GOLD BAR BROOCH, set with white sapphires (box) £120-150

28                 A GEORGE JOHN RICHARDS OWL PEPPERETTE, realistically chased and bright cut,
glass eyes, gilt interior, London 1851, height 8cm, (approximately 51g) £300-400

29             A VICTORIAN PLATED OWL CONDIMENT, realistic plumage with inset eyes, hinged
head with beak grasping a mouse finial spoon, inner liner, height 9cm £150-250
30                ASPREY OF BOND ST, a Charles and Charles Asprey junior hip flask, leather bound
glass vessel, silver fittings, London 1878 £100-120

31              A PAIR OF JOHN & THOMAS SETTLE GUNN & CO CANDLESTICKS, detachable
bobeches, acanthus decorated baluster stems, circular weighted bases, Sheffield 1828, height 19cm
(2), (approximately 1,064kg all in) (dented, marks rubbed) £120-150

32               A PLATED PRESENTATION TROWEL, ivory handle, 'Wesleyan Church Bradley 1902',
silver collar £70-90

33              A CASED PAIR OF VICTORIAN EP FISH SERVERS, bright cut engraved, ivory handles
£50-70

34             THOMAS JOHNSON I FOR ASPREY OF BOND ST, a silver gilt soap box, hinged, bright
cut engraved throughout, monogrammed, London 1854 (approximately 95g) £120-150

35            A CHARLES THOMAS FOX & GEORGE FOX SILVER GILT TEA INFUSER, on chain,
London 1854 (approximately 46g) £80-100

36            AN ATKIN BROTHERS SWEET MEAT BASKET, boat shape with swing handle, Sheffield
1895 (approximately 178g) £80-100

37             A GEORGE BRASIER TEAPOT AND CREAM JUG, of fluted form, London 1796/7
(approximately 535g all in) (2) £250-300

38              A THOMAS JOHNSON I SILVER GILT SOVEREIGN (?) FOB, bright cut engraved
throughout, velvet lined double division interior London 1854 (approximately 35g in all) £100-120

39             A TEA CANISTER, oval stop-fluted with pull-off lid, Birmingham 1903, and a Georgian
caddy scoop (approximately 87g in all) (2) £50-80

40            A RECTANGULAR CALLING CARD CASE, decorated with repousse cherub heads,
Birmingham 1908, and a circular trinket dish (approximately 84g all in) (2) £50-60

41              A GEORGIAN HELMET SHAPED CREAM JUG, (hallmarks rubbed) (approximately 120g)
£50-60

42              A LETTER OPENER, repousse silver handle, Birmingham 1876 (?), ivorine blade £70-
90

43             A GENTLEMANS REPTILE SKIN CALLING CARD CASE, kid lined interior, the mounts
London 1905, 9cm x 9cm £50-60

44            A ROBERT PRINCE & SONS ASHTRAY, and match box sleeve, monogrammed 'E'
surmounted by a coronet, London 1939 (approximately 134g in all) (2) £50-60

45             A FREDERICK ELKINGTON OCTAGONAL SALVER, bright cut engraved bed with
heraldry, London 1883, (approximately 1.245kg) £500-700
46            A PRESENTATION LOVING CUP, London 1919, (approximately 228g) (markers mark
rubbed) £80-100

47              A MAPPIN & WEBB FIVE PIECE CARVING SET, stag horn handles, the collars Sheffield
1900, in an oak velvet lined box £100-120

48             A SET OF FOUR HILLIARD & THOMASON CONDIMENTS, boat shaped with scroll twin
handles, Birmingham 1886 (approximately 136g in all) (4) £70-100

49              A CASED PAIR OF GOLDSMITHS FISH SERVERS, London 1899, ivory handles £70-90

50               A SET OF FOUR 'MENU' PLACE STANDS, early 20th Century, one unmarked, three
with differing hallmarks (approximately 50g in all) (4)

 £150-200

51               MAPPIN & WEBB, a composite suite of Kings pattern flatware, comprising six table
forks, eleven table knives, twelve dessert forks, seven dessert knives, six dessert spoons, two table
spoons, and ladle, Sheffield marks 1920's-1950's (approximately 3kg all in) (45) £1200-1800

52               A LAWRENCE ENANUEL NOVELTY MINIATURE SHIPS LAMP, realistically modelled
with a blue glass lens, Birmingham 1896 (approximately 104g all in) £80-100

53             A SET OF SIX MAPPIN & WEBB OLD ENGLISH PATTERN SOUP SPOONS, Sheffield 1922
(approximately 440g in all) (6) £150-180

54            A COLEN HEWER TABLE JEWEL CASKET, serpentine machine engraved lid, Chester
1921 (approximately 346g all in) £80-100

55             A COMPOSITE PARCEL OF MIXED SILVER FLATWARE, Georgian to Victorian, various
makers (approximately 849g in all) (13) £300-400

56             A RUSSIAN SILVER TOT, decorated with nielo landscape panels, diaper border,
Assayer mark of Viktor Savinsky, Moscow, 1874, height 6.5cm (approximately 60g) £150-200

57              A SET OF TWELVE BARKER BROTHERS TEASPOONS, trefoil finials, Chester 1910 (and
five assorted napkin rings) (approximately 166g in all) (17) £50-80

58            A ROBERT PRINGLE FIDDLE PATTERN SOUP LADLE, London 1926 (approximately
257g) £100-120

59             ROBERT WELCH FOR OLD HALL, an extensive canteen of Alveston flatware,
comprising approximately eighty pieces (canteen in need of attention) £100-150

60             A CANTEEN OF COOPER BROTHERS FLATWARE, forty four pieces, Sheffield 1970
(approximately 2.391kg all in) £1200-1500

61              A WALKER & HALL ASRT NOUVEAU BON BON BASKET, of pierced boat shape,
Sheffield 1907 (approximately 126g) £60-80
62              A DANISH PLATED FOUR PIECE COFFEE SET, c.1950's, of fluid form, comprising coffee
pot, cream jug, covered sugar bowl and a twin handled tray, stamped marks and 'Kronen' (4) £80-
100

63            A SET OF FOUR AB SAVORY & SONS KINGS PATTERN CONDIMENT LADLES, gilt bowls,
London 1813 (approximately 102g in all) (4) £50-80

64              A PAIR OF CLEAR CUT GLASS OVOID SCENT BOTTLES, the screw top repousse silver
covers William Harrison Walker, London 1887, height 12cm (2) £80-100

65               TWO PAIRS OF GRADUATED SHEFFIELD PLATE CANDLESTICKS, c.1830, detachable
bobeches, baluster knop stems, foliate borders, weighted bases, struck marks, (unidentified ?),
height of largest pair 31cm, and a plated chafing dish with beast heraldry (5) £120-180

66             AN EXTENSIVE CANTEEN OF C. ROBATHAN & SON KINGS PATTERN FLATWARE, 129
pieces contained in a fitted walnut two tier canteen, Birmingham 1977 (approximately 7.5kg all in)
£5000-6000

67              AN ADIE & LOVEKIN NOVELTY PIG PIN CUSHION, Birmingham 1906 £80-100

68               AN EPNS ART DECO MIXIT COCKTAIL SHAKER, the pull-off cover incorporating a
cocktail ingredient dial, Pat.22256/34, height 24cm £100-120

69              AN ARCHED DESK TIMEPIECE, Birmingham 1913, height 13cm (backplate s.d.) £50-
80

70              A CHARLES LYSTER POCKET CIGAR CASE, bright cut engraved scrollwork, Birmingham
1904, and a later machine engraved pocket cigarette case (approximately 292g in all) (2) £100-150

71            A PAIR OF JOHN ROSE TRIPLE BRANCH CANDELABRUM, weighted circular bases,
Birmingham 1968/9 (approximately 1.251kg all in) (2) £800-1200

72             A SET OF TWELVE JOHN ROSE GOBLETS, bright cut engraved swags, Birmingham
1971/2 (approximately 2.1kg in all) (12) £800-1200

73             A WMF POCKET VESTA CASE, early 20th Century, Secessionist design incorporating a
dog head, stamped maker's mark, 6cm x 5cm £70-100

74             A RICHARD BAYLEY BALUSTER MUG, double 'C' scroll handle, collet foot, London
1739, (approximately 178g) £200-300

75            A SET OF SIX RUSSIAN SILVER TEASPOONS, fiddle pattern, bright cut engraved,
Moscow marks for 1879 (6) £50-70

76              STUART DEVLIN SILVER, a set of four champagne flutes, conical bowls, gilt textured
stems, London 1981, numbered 201, 607, 608 and 609, each in an individual fitted presentation box,
(engraved for The Falcon Award, 1980) (approximately 771g in all) (4) £700-900

77               A W.T. TOGHILL ART DECO POCKET CIGARETTE CASE, blue guilloche enamel cover to
form a rising sun motif, Birmingham 1937, and a powder compact, Birmingham 1944 (2) £50-80
78             AN ADIE BROS BALUSTER CASTOR, pull-off cover, fluted body, Birmingham 1930
(approximately 85g)

 £50-80

79                AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY CANTEEN OF PLATED FISH EATERS, for twelve place
settings, bright cut engraved, with matching servers, silk lined fitted interior

 £70-90

80              A B & W LTD FIVE PIECE TEASET, bombe shapes, beaded borders, comprising teapot,
coffee pot, cream jug and sugar bowl, Birmingham 1930/31 (approximately 2.8kg all in) (5)

 £1000-1500

81            A GEORGE UNITE PRESENTATION CUP, gilt interior, simulated vine handle and base,
Birmingham 1857, (approximately 208g) £200-250

82             A MINIATURE SILVER RAT, London 1987 (approximately 95g) £50-70

83             A CHATELLAINE, the hook with Dutch hallmarks, suspended with various
implements, (some hallmarked), including scissors in a sleeve, a vinaigrette, purse etc
(approximately 277g all in) £100-150

84             A SWEDISH SILVER PRESENTATION LIDDED TANKARD, elaborate repousse scrollwork,
crowned lion rampant thumbpiece, 'C' scroll handle, triple crowned lion feet, Swedish hallmarks and
stamped 'Mema 830', height 17cm (approximately 757g) £500-700

85             TWO STOP-FLUTED SUGAR BASINS, Sheffield 1895, and Chester 1910,
(approximately 459g in all) (2) £200-250

86             A HELMET SHAPED CREAM JUG, London 1801, (approximately 129g) £70-80

87            A TREFID FINIAL TABLE SPOON, interlaced monogram surmounted by a coronet,
bottom marked, (unidentified), rat tail bowl (approximately 34g) £40-50

88             A PLATED CRUET STAND OF EQUESTRIAN INTEREST, 19th Century, spur handle, the
vessels formed as a pair of boots and an upturned racing cap, lozenge registration mark, height 9cm
£80-100

89             A HOWARD JESSE BROWN ART DECO LIDDED POT, fluted feet, London 1939,
(approximately 524g) £120-150

90             A WWI PAIR TO 61655 PTE. E. GROUCUTT W. YORK. R, together with two modern
crowns, missing ribbon on the War medal (4) £20-40

91             A VICTORIA YOUNG HEAD SOVEREIGN 1886 S SYDNEY MINT, g.f £180-200

92             A VICTORIA JUBILEE HEAD SOVEREIGN 1888 M MELBOURNE MINT, g.f £180-200

93             A EDWARD VII SOVEREIGN 1908 P PERTH MINT, v.f £180-200
94              A GEORGE V SOVEREIGN 1911 M MELBOURNE MINT, v.f £180-200

95              A GEORGE V SOVEREIGN 1914, v.f £180-200

96               A GEORGE V SOVEREIGN 1914, g.v.f, and half sovereign 1914 v.f both contained in a
silver plated base metal holder (3) £270-300

97              A VICTORIA OLD HEAD HALF SOVEREIGN 1893, f £80-100

98              A VICTORIA OLD HEAD HALF SOVEREIGN 1901, f £80-100

99              A GEORGE V HALF SOVEREIGN 1912, g.f £80-100

100              AN ANNE HALFCROWN 1713 DUODECIMO EDGE, crowned cruciform shields on
reverse, f/v.f £100-150

101             A GROUP OF SEVEN CROWNS 1819, fair, 1845 Star Stops VIII edge n.f, 1887 n.e.f,
1893 LVI edge f, 1937 n.v.f, 1951 boxed with leaflet uncirculated, 1953 n.e.f, all contained in a
leather pouch £80-120

102              AN ACCUMULATION OF BRITISH PRE 1920 AND PRE 47 SILVER COINS, from
circulation including Florin 1903, Groat 1888, fourpence 1904, three halfpence 1834, mostly fine
some better £70-90

103              A SMALL AMOUNT OF WORLD COINS, including Austria Florin 1858 V, f, France Ecu
1788 L f/v.f, German mark 1881 H v.f, South Peru 1/5 Sol 1865 YB n.e.f, Stafford penny token 1803 f,
reverse damaged £30-50

104             A PARCEL CONTAINING CROWNS 1891, 1892 n.f/fine, over twenty three shillings
face value each pre 1920 and 1947 silver from circulation, a small quantity of other British and World
coins, a German Russian Campaign medal, ribbon missing, 2 x Staffordshire enamel lapel badges
£70-100

105              A WWI VICTORY MEDAL TO 50385 PTE. E.E. HOLMES S. LAN. R., and memorial
plaque to Ellis Eaves Holmes together with a boxed set of WWII Stars 1939-1945, Africa, Defence and
War medals with compliment slip as issued, addressed to Mr W. Holmes £80-120

106           A MASONIC SILVER GILT AND ENAMEL JEWEL 'PRESENTED TO E & P BRO. D.E.A.
MORGAN BY THE COEUR DE LION CHAPTER AS A TOKEN OF ESTEEM IN RECOGNITION OF HIS
SERVICES AS M.W.S. 1960-1961', very good condition £30-50

107             A GEORGE III SIXPENCE 1787 NO SEMEE OF HEARTS, g.v.f £20-40

108             A WWII GROUP WITH STARS 1939-1945, Atlantic, War medal etc (4) £20-40

109            AN ACCUMULATION OF OVER 100 WORLD BANKNOTES FROM THE 1980'S, varied
state with some in e.f. condition £30-50

110              AN ACCUMULATION OF MAINLY BRITISH BRONZE AND WORLD COINS, from
circulation including Colombia 8 Reales 1839 RS, 2 decimos 1871, Neu Guinea Compagnie 1 Mark
1894, Peru 1 Sol 1865 YB brooch mounted Switzerland 1 Frank 1851 A, U.S.A. S cents 1889, 1897,
1899 etc £70-100

111              AN AFGHANISTAN 1878-1880 MEDAL NO CLASP TO 69.B/92 PTE. T. O'CONNELL 1/18
TH REGT, g.v.f. Edge knock, together with copy part medal roll indicating that Thomas O'Connell died
1st October 1880 £130-160

112              A GEORGE VI DISTINGUISHED FLYING MEDAL IND. IMP. VERSION TO 1237627 F/SGT.
G.W. HOOPER R.A.F., g.v.f, ribbon slightly worn in centre, Flight Sergeant Geoffrey Welling Hooper
was employed as an Air Bomber on Wellington Aircraft in 70 Squadron R.A.F at the time of
recommendation he had completed 33 operational sorties over 205 hours flying as an Air Bomber,
taking part in attacks on Airfields, Docks and communications in Tunisia, Sicily and Italy and was
responsible for the illumination during the successful attack on the Torpedo Works at Fiume, sold
with copies of the original recommendation, citation and press statement £1200-1500

113           A QUEEN VICTORIA ROYAL NAVAL LONG SERVICE AND GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL TO
SAML. TANSLEY BOATN. H.M. COAST GUARD, (impressed naming 1877-1901) narrow suspender e.f
£120-160

114            A QUEEN'S SUDAN MEDAL AND KHEDIVE'S SUDAN MEDAL, with the Atbara and
Khartoum clasps to 3143 L/CPL J. Hawkins I/LIN. R. PTE on the Khedive's medal which has edge
knock, otherwise both g.v.f, and housed in an oak box with carved lid (2)

 £350-450

115             AN EGYPT MEDAL 1882, no clasp to 41/635 CORPL. S.S. Jarvis I/Berks R. g.v.f £180-
200

116             A WWII GROUP WITH 1939-1945 STAR, DEFENCE AND WAR MEDALS, George V
Efficiency medal with the Territorial Scroll and two bars to 6538892 SGT. J. Hewitt 3. Lond.R. G.v.f,
ribbon bar, service and pay book, photograph, entitlement slip etc, all contained in a gold flake
cigarette tin

 £80-120

117             A QUEEN VICTORIA VOLUNTEER LONG SERVICE AND GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL, un-
named e.f

 £30-50

118           AN INDIA GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL, with North West Frontier 1930-31 clasp to
1055588 GNR. R. Ryles R.A. n.e.f £50-80

119             A KHEDIVE'S SUDAN MEDAL, with the Atbara and Khartoum clasps, un-named e.f
£50-80

120             AN INDIA GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL, with the Samana 1891 clasp to 96 Sepoy Gulab
Din 1st Punjab Infy v.f £80-120
121             AN INDIA GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL, with the Mahsud 1919-20 clasp to 27 Hav-Maj
Teja Singh 3/34 Sikhs e.f £40-60

122            AN INDIA MEDAL, with the Punjab Frontier 1897-98 and Samana 1897 clasps to
12123 GUNR. F. Oakley 31st FD. By R.A. g.v.f £160-180

123             A QUEEN'S SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL, 3rd type reverse with the Tugela Heights and
Relief of Ladysmith clasps to BR. D. Grant. Natal Vol. AMB.C. n.e.f £200-250

124             A QUEEN'S SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL, 3rd type reverse with the Cape Colony, Tugela
Heights, Orange Free State, Relief of Ladysmith, and Transvaal clasps, King's South Africa medal with
the South Africa 1901 and 1902 clasps, WWI War and Victory medals all to PTE. W. Loader 2nd Royal
Fus, GS-13934 on the War and Victory medals v.f £250-300

125              A VICTORIA ARMY LONG SERVICE AND GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL, 2nd type obverse,
small reverse lettering to 5293 Gunner W. Lundy, CST. BDE. R.A. e.f £60-80

126            A WWI 1914-15 STAR TRIO TO L.CPL. L.C. VINCENT 7-D. GDS, n.v.f. PTE on the War
and Victory medals v.f £60-80

127             A SILVER JUBILEE MEDAL 1935 AND SILVER SERVICE MEDAL OF THE ORDER OF ST.
JOHN STRAIGHT BAR SUSPENSION TO 19506 SGT. G.F. SEAGER GATESHEAD POLICE DVN. 1938, a
boxed George V Crowned Bust Imperial Service medal to John Till, order of St John White metal
Breast badge, 2 x base metal Service medals of the order of St John, Victoria brass 1887 Jubilee
Commemorative £40-60

128             A MERCANTILE MARINE WAR MEDAL TO FERGUSON SHINIE, Birmingham Peace
medal, 60th Anniversary of the Armistice Ending of The Great War 1914-1918 medallion 50mm,
boxes only for the Suez Canal Zone medal and The National Service medal Liberation of Kuwait 1991
medallion £20-30

129              A CRIMEA MEDAL WITH THE SEBASTOPOL, clasp renamed to W.M. Stevenson 13th.
P.A.L.T. INF. number indistinct, numerous scratches on both obverse and reverse £70-90

130              A VICTORIA GOLDEN JUBILEE (1887) BRONZE COMMEMORATIVE MEDALLION, by
J.E.B. (Joseph Edgar Boehm) - Royal Mint Engraver, 69mm £30-50

131            A TAMWORTH OLD BANK TWO POUNDS BANKNOTE 18TH MARCH 1817, creasing
and some staining, unusual denomination £50-80

132            A BOX CONTANING BRITISH AND WORLD COINS FROM CIRCULATION, with a small
amount of pre 47 silver, Sarawak 1/2 Cent 1863, 5 Cents 1920 H, Roman Republic Denarius,
banknotes etc £40-60

133            A GROUP OF TEN CROWNS FROM CIRCULATION 18(18), LIX edge, 1847, 1889, 1890,
1892, 1896 LX edge, 1897 LXI edge, 1898 LXII edge, 1900 LXIV edge, 1902, varied state (10) £150-
200
134            A GROUP OF EIGHT CROWNS, 5 x 1889, 2 x 1890, Double Florin 1890, varied state (9)
£100-140

135             A WWI MILITARY MEDAL, 1914-15 Star Trio to 15711 SJT. A.J. Collyer 6/7 R. SCO.
FUS. (PTE. on Star), distressed ribbon on M.M., medals v.f £350-500

136            A TIN CONTAINING AN 'ON WAR SERVICE 1915' AND 'BIRMINGHAM & DIST. BEER
SPIRIT AND WINE ASSOC' LAPEL BADGES, a boxed silver Birmingham small Arms Company LTD Long
Service medal 1891-1918, 4 x silver Dominoe medals, Chester 1947, penknife £20-40

137             A SEVENTEENTH (DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE'S OWN) LANCERS VICTORIAN OFFICER'S
BRASS HEAD DRESS PLATE, with crimea, central India, South Africa 1879 Battle Honours below Royal
insignia £40-60

138          A SMALL ACCUMULATION OF PRE 47 AND 1920 SILVER COINS, together with a Maria
Therasa Commemorative medallion, all found in a garden in Lichfield, some in better than usual
condition

 £40-60

139               A WWI 1914-15 STAR TRIO TO 57021 PTE. S. H. SMITH R.A.M.C., in distressed box of
issue, Star well polished otherwise v.f (3) £30-40

140             A CASH BOX CONTAINING BRITISH AND WORLD COINS, including Crowns 1888,
1889, 1937, Cartwheel Two pence 1797, Russia 5 Kopeks 1777 E.M., 1806 E.M., French Indo-China
10 Cents 1900 etc, varied state £50-70

141            A GEORGE VI CASED 1937 CROWN - FARTHING, including Maundy, specimen set,
uncirculated £120-160

142            A GEORGE V SOVEREIGN 1913, e.f £180-200

143            A GEORGE V HALF SOVEREIGN 1911, V.F £80-100

144            A CASED 1978 CAYMAN ISLANDS 6 X 25 DOLLARS CORONATION REGALIA SILVER
COLLECTION, issued to Commemorate The 25th Anniversary of The Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II
£100-140

145              AN ELIZABETH II 1997 BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED BOXED GOLD FIVE POUNDS, with
certificate 39.94g 8oz issued £800-1000

146          AN ELIZABETH II 1997 FIVE POUNDS 'GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY' BOXED
GOLD PROOF, with certificate 39.94g, 2,574 issued £800-1000

147            AN ELIZABETH II 1997 SOVEREIGN BOXED GOLD PROOF, with certificate £200-220

148            AN ELIZABETH II 1998 HALF SOVEREIGN BOXED GOLD PROOF, with certificate £90-
110
149               A GUERNSEY 1997 TWENTY FIVE POUNDS 'GOLDEN WEDDING' BOXED GOLD PROOF,
with certificate, 24 carat, 7.81g £140-160

150               A GUERNSEY 1998 FIFTY POUNDS 'QUEEN MOTHER' BOXED GOLD PROOF, with
certificate, 24 carat, 1/2 oz £320-350

151               A GUERNSEY 1995 TWENTY FIVE POUNDS 'QUEEN MOTHER' GOLD PROOF, with
certificate, 24 carat, 7.81g £140-160

152            A BARBADOS 1995 TEN DOLLARS 'QUEEN MOTHER' GOLD PROOF, with certificate
£80-100

153            A BERMUDA 1996 TEN DOLLARS 'QUEEN MOTHER' GOLD PROOF, with certificate
£80-100

154            A GAMBIA 1996 150 DALASIS 'QUEEN MOTHER' GOLD PROOF, with certificate £80-
100

155             A PITCAIRN ISLANDS 1997 75 DOLLARS 'QUEEN MOTHER' GOLD PROOF, with
certificate £80-100

156             A SOLOMON ISLANDS 1996 50 DOLLARS 'QUEEN MOTHER' GOLD PROOF, with
certificate £80-100

157              A TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS 100 CROWNS 1997, gold plated silver in Westminster
box of issue, 4.995 oz, 63.7mm £80-100

158          A GROUP OF THREE SMALL GOLD PROOF COINS WITH GIBRALTAR QUARTER
SOVEREIGN 1989 U, 1 Gram 1993 and an Isle of Man 1/20 Angel 1997 (3) £70-100

159            A NIUE GOLD PROOF 100 DOLLARS 1997, with certificate (24 carat, 6.22g) £100-120

160           A GUERNSEY TEN POUNDS GOLDEN WEDDING SILVER PROOF 1997, in Westminster
box (64.5mm) £60-80

161              A PARCEL CONTAINING BARBADOS SILVER PROOF DOLLAR 1994, Gibraltar Gold Clad
silver proof crown 1997, silver proof five pounds 1997 another in Virenium, 4 x Guernsey one pound
silver proofs 1995, 1996, 2 x 1997, 2 x Isle of Man Gold Clad silver proof crown 1997, silver proof
crown 1997, platinum 1/20 Noble 1992, Tonga silver proof 50 Seniti 1996 (13) £100-130

162        A FAMILY GROUP OF TWO MEMORIAL PLAQUES TO FRANK AND OLIVER
BIRKHAMSHAW, both in original card covers and condolence slips (2) £100-150

163            A WILLIAM III CROWN 1696, Octavo edge f £70-100

164              A 1951 CROWN - FARTHING PROOF SET, in distressed box of issue together with
1953 'Plastic' set, crowns 1935, 1953 and a Midland Bank money box with key £100-130
165              A RARE ROLLS ROYCE SILVER BADGE FROM THE 1930'S, given to a driver who earned
it by keeping the vehicle in his charge in good order, together with a letter of confirmation dated
26th April 1935 £40-60

166              A KHEDIVES SUDAN MEDAL 1910, second issue with the Garjak Nuer clasp to 329910
A.C.2. H.M. Percy R.A.F. This medal was awarded for minor operations in the Southern Sudan
between 1910 and 1922, the medal is usually found un-named although a few British recipients
medals are found named, the R.A.F. Were involved in the Garjak Nuer operations (January to April
1920) with members of the R.A.F. receiving 28 medals, 6 to officers and 22 to other ranks, ribbon
reduced in size, clasp loose, medal v.f £300-400

167            A WWII NAVAL GROUP WITH STARS 1939-1945, Atlantic, Africa and Italy, Defence
and 2 x War medals, entitlement slip, all housed in original box issued by the director of Navy
Accounts to Mr. D. Saul, medals e.f

 £40-60

168              A GEORGE III THREE SHILLINGS BANK TOKEN 1813, v.f £50-70

169           OVER TWO POUNDS TEN SHILLINGS FACE VALUE OF PRE 47 SILVER COINS FROM
CIRCULATION, South Africa 2 1/2 Shillings 1892, v.f. etc £40-60

170             OVER SEVEN POUNDS FACE VALUE OF PRE 47 SILVER COINS FROM CIRCULATION,
together with some cupro-nickel, bronze etc (heavy) £100-120

171             A WWI PAIR TO B.Z.10661 W. COMER ORD. R.N.V.R., v.f. Together with various
badges, two silver backed fob watches (a/f) etc £40-60

172              A WWI 1914-15 STAR TRIO TO 69505 DVR. G.L. KEEBLE. R.A., (R.F.A. On Star) v.f £30-
50

173              A WWI 1914-15 STAR TRIO TO 8518 D.A. W. EDMONDS D.H. R.N.R., (DA 8518 on
Star) e.f £35-55

174            A BOXED SET OF WWII MEDALS - STARS 1939-45, France and Germany, Defence and
War medals, addressed to Mr. S. Huckle e.f, together with Stars 1939-45, Africa, India Service medal,
George VI Special Constabulary Long Service medal (D version) to Sergt. Charles F. Trussell £40-60

175             A TRAY CONTAINING A RANGE OF MASONIC MEDALS FROM 1916, one gold, another
gold and gilt metal, seven silver, silver Delegate clasp, cloth sash, two silver football medals all to Bro
J.H. Harcourt. Grenadier Guards cap badge (damaged) (14) £200-250

176             A TIN CONTAINING BRITISH AND WORLD COINS, including crowns 1937 g.f, 1951
boxed with leaflet uncirculated, 3 x 1953 n.e.f, 7 x modern crowns, 1953 'Plastic' set, halfpennies
1799, 1807, small amount of silver threepences, quantities of cupro-nickel and bronze, 4 x 18th
Century copy Austrian Ducats, two silvered, modern coinage of France, Germany, Italy, Malta,
Portugal etc (heavy) £40-60
177              AN ACCUMULATION OF BRITISH COINS, including 2 x 1970 Royal Mint sets, 2 x five
pounds 1999, 2000, 1953 'Plastic' set with duplicate loose coins, 44 modern crowns, 1951 boxed
crowns, 2 x First Decimal sets, halfpennies 1806, 1807, Roman Follis, large quantity of bronze
coinage etc (heavy) £40-60

178              A WOODEN BOX CONTAINING OVER TWENTY FIVE SHILLINGS FACE VALUE OF PRE 47
SILVER, small amount of pre 1920 silver, third Farthing 1868 v.f, some cupro-nickel and brass in e.f
condition, 2 x 1953 crowns, 7 x modern crowns, World coins to include Australia Florin 1927 v.f etc
£40-60

179            AN ACCUMULATION OF BRITISH AND WORLD COINS, contained in a coin album and
loose (heavy) £40-60

180             WWI PAIR TO LIEUT H. CHAMBERLAIN A.I.F., (40 BN. A.I.F. on Victory medal),
together with photograph within a large framed display and a memorial plaque to Horace
Chamberlain who served with the 40th Battalian Australian Infantry and died on 30th March 1918
Aged 28, buried in Doullens Communal Cemetary, France (see photograph in postcard album), He
was the son of James and R. Chamberlain of Burton on Trent, sold with many postcards and a
photograph of a memorial tablet showing that Lieut. Chamberlain was one of three Ministers that
died on Active Service WWII magazines, quantity of bronze coinage etc £300-500

181              A TIN CONTAINING BRITISH AND WORLD COINS, including one pound fourteen
shillings pre 1920, 2 x twenty five pence coin 2000, one and two pound coins, quantity of cupro-
nickel and bronze, Ceylon 1971 proof set, Temple token etc (heavy) £50-80

182              A BASKET CONTAINING OVER FOUR POUNDS TEN SHILLINGS OF PRE 478 SILVER,
large quantities of bronze and brass coinage with a small amount of Foreign (extremely heavy) £80-
100

183              A GROUP OF 46 MAINLY MILITARY CAP BADGES, with a small amount of Duplication
together with II buttons £100-150

184               A TIN CONTAINING OVER TWO POUND TEN SHILLINGS FACE VALUE OF PRE 47
SILVER COINS, including some pre 1920, crowns 1890, 1937, 2 x 1951, 1953, 12 x two pound coins, 2
x 1953 'Plastic' sets, 3 x one pound banknotes, 12 x modern crowns £100-140

185               A BOX CONTAINING PROOF SETS, 1973, 1982, 1983, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1997,
brilliant uncirculated sets 1983, 1992, 1993, 1995, 1996, 2 x Falkland Islands fifty pence 1983
uncirculated, coinage of Great Britain set, 2 x 1st Decimal coin sets, 2 x coin covers, set of Yugoslavia
coins, 2 x twenty pence coin covers, quantities of cupro-nickel, brass and bronze coinage (very
heavy) £70-100

186           A 'KINGS AND QUEENS/ROYAL HERITAGE' SILVER PROOF COLLECTION OF 25 FDC, in
Westminster box with descriptions and certificate (25) £250-300

187              A 1997 GOLDEN WEDDING SILVER PROOF FDC COLLECTION, in Westminster box
with two certificate but two descriptions and two coins missing (22)

 £220-270
188             A SHIPS AND EXPLORERS SILVER PROOF FDC COLLECTION, in Westminster box with
nineteen coins, fourteen descriptions and certificate (19) £190-230

189             A FINE COLLECTION OF THIRTY SIX CROWN SIZE SILVER PROOFS OF THE ASCENSION
ISLAND, Barbados, Bermuda, Gibraltar, Guernsey, Isle of Man, Malawi, Marshall Islands, Niui, Samoa,
Seychelles, St Helena, Turks and Caicos Islands, U.K. All housed in a Westminster box (36) (heavy)
£450-550

190             A BOX CONTAINING TWO POUNDS BRITANNIA SILVER PROOF 1998, 2 x twenty
pence Britannia silver proofs 1997, silver proofs five pounds 2000, 2002, two pounds 1997, one
pound Piedfort 1998, 2 x one pound 1997, 50 pence 1998 (10) £120-160

191             A WESTMINSTER TRAY CONTAINING TWELVE SILVER PROOFS OF THE ASCENSION
ISLAND, Belize, Gambia, Gibraltar, Turks and Caicos Islands (12) £100-120

192              A BOX CONTAINING FESTIVAL OF BRITAIN CROWN AND SILVER INGOT, Brilliant
uncirculated five pounds 1997, 1998, 2000, 2001, 2002, two pounds 1997, one pound 1997, various
crown size coins and others in plastic containers including 2 x five pounds 1993, 1996, 1951 crown,
Diana Commemorative medallion (75mm), empty Royal Mint and Westminster boxes etc (heavy)
£80-100

193            A WWII DEFENCE MEDAL AND GEORGE VI CADET FORCES MEDAL TO FG. OFF. F.B.
DUDLEY R.A.F. V.R. (T), with miniatures both sets displayed as worn all e.f., together with R.F.C. cap
badge and other unrelated lapel badges, large quantities of British and World coins (very heavy)
£80-100

194            AN ALBUM CONTAINING TWO HUNDRED AND THIRTY FIVE POUNDS FACE VALUE OF
BRITISH BANKNOTES, majority in uncirculated condition including Gill twenty pounds 15U, 2 x Gill
ten pounds JR25, Kentfield ten pounds KN76, 3 x Gill five pounds RD08, 7 x Kentfield five pounds
CC90, 5 x Lowther five pounds EB28, 7 x Lowther five pounds EH37, 6 x Fforde ten shillings C61N, last
five mentioned have consecutive numbers, other notes within a brown envelope £300-400

195             A BOX CONTAINING FOUR POUNDS THREE SHILLINGS FACE VALUE OF PRE 47 SILVER,
with a few pre 1920 and sixty five pounds face value of cupro-nickel, all from circulation together
with quantities of bronze and brass coinage, a few Foreign and Transport tokens (very heavy) £100-
120

196            AN OFFICER'S DRESS SWORD, wire bound shagreen grip, pierced guard, proof
marked damascened blade, leather scabbard, length 98cm, and two WWI bayonets in metal
scabbards (3) £50-70

197            A PAIR OF FACSIMILIE TOLEDO BROADSWORDS, both with wire bound grips, blades
engraved 'Colada Del Cid' and 'Tizona Del Cid', length 103cm (both pitted) (2) £80-100

198            A FACSIMILE TARGE (SHIELD), 20th Century, based on 13th to 16th Century
examples, studded tan leather surface, diameter 50cm £50-80

199           A BOXED HEZZANITH BRASS SEXTANT, signed on the arc 'Heath Navigational,
London' £50-70
200             A WWII AM PLANISPHERE, MK.1A, No.19350/42, in slip case £50-60

201            A BOXED WEBLEY 'SENIOR' AIR PISTOL, .177, diced bakelite grips, cleaning accessory
(Notes: Purchaser must be aged 18 or over) £70-90

202            A VINTAGE BSA AIR RIFLE, No.46675, monogrammed walnut stock, length 94cm
(Notes: Purchaser must be aged 18 or over) £80-100

203            A FRENCH OFFICER'S SABRE, wire bound grip, D guard, plain fullered blade, metal
scabbard with two ring hooks, length 110cm and a 'VR' monogrammed truncheon (wear throughout)
(2) £50-80

204            A THIRD REICH KRIEGSMARINE (NAVAL OFFICER'S DAGGER), eagle/swastika pommel,
white wire bound grip, anchor insignia to the crosspiece, press stud lock, silver thread tassle,
Eickhorn damascened blade, engraved gilt scabbard, length 42cm (grip cracked in places, tassle
worn) £200-300

205            A FRENCH YATAGHAN SWORD BAYONET, No.44859 on the crossguard, proof marked
length 66cm, and a 19th Century British Enfield sword bayonet, length 72cm (2) £50-60

206             TWO VICTORIAN OFFICER'S DRESS SWORDS, stepped pommels, with hinged wire
bound grips, (one shagreen) crossguard, Victoria cypher to the pierced guards, fullered blades, one
proof marked, (no scabbards), length 96cm (2) £70-90

207             A RUSSIAN SMALL SWORD, c.1790, possibly Tula, urn pommel, steel hilt with
numerals faceted studs, spirally fluted grip, damascened triangular blade, scabbard, length 95cm
(losses to guard) £100-150

208              A SMALL SWORD, 18th/19th Century, brass ball pommel, textured metal grip, scroll
quillon, length 80cm £50-60

209             AN AFRICAN DAGGER IN LEATHER SCABBARD, an Eastern knife in elaborate
metal/velvet scabbard and a sabre (3) £50-60

210            A JAPANESE SAMURAI SWORD, carved bone hilt, tsuba and scabbard with figure
scenes, 66cm carved blade, full length 106cm (in need of attention) £50-80

211             A WWII GERMAN M1884/98 KNIFE BAYONET, a German Fire Service (?) bayonet, a
British L1A3 short fuller bayonet and a French T-Back sword bayonet, dated 1880 (4) £70-90

212             AN ANTIQUE SWORDSTICK, white metal pommel and collar, cane shaft, length 90cm
£50-60

213               A FRENCH 1822 PATTERN LIGHT CAVALRY SABRE, stepped pommel, wire bound
leather grip, triple tendril bar guard, blade indistinctly signed 'XXX Eble & Fish', metal scabbard with
twin ring hooks, length 105cm, (in need of attention) £80-100

214             A CAVARLY TROOPERS SWORD, 19th Century, wire bound shagreen grip, plain
knuckle guard, single fullered blade, length 98cm, and a light cavalry sword, shagreen grip, triple bar
hilt, blade stamped 'E.F.D', leather scabbard, length 96cm (2) £50-80
215             A DIANA MODEL 16 AIR RIFLE, length 82cm, (Notes: Purchaser must be aged 18 or
over) £30-40

216               A THIRD REICH GERMAN ARMY OFFICER'S SWORD, (Heer), wire bound black plastic
grip, single fuller blade with centurion helmet symbol, black metal scabbard with single ring hook,
length 100cm £100-150

217            A FOOT ARTILLERY SWORD, 19th Century, the hilt with ribbed metal grip, length
72cm and a French Infantry Officers sword, length 80cm (2) £50-60

218              A REPLICA COLT FRONTIER SIX-SHOOTER REVOLVER, textured bakelite grip with
insignia, 44-40 cal, serial No. 07014, length 28cm, in fitted wooden presentation case (with H.
Peterson's 'Book of the Gun') (2) £70-100

219            A BSA AIRSPORTER RIFLE, .22 cal, mounted with a BSA telescope (with instructions),
length 112cm (Note: Purchaser must be aged 18 or over) £80-100

220             A WWII BUBBLE SEXTANT, MK 1XA, in a fitted bakelite case £60-80

221              A FRENCH 1829 MODEL MOUNTED GUNNER'S SABRE, brass hilt with acanthus
detailing, textured grip, scroll quillon with rose symbol, fullered blade signed 'Klingenthal' dated
1830 engraved trophy heraldry metal scabbard with two ring hooks, length 98cm £100-150

222               AN ANTIQUE CAVALRY OFFICER'S SABRE, steel stirrup hilt, wooden grip, scroll
quillon, the fullered blade indistinctly signed 'J.J XXX, Sdingen', the blade engraved with heraldry and
trophies, metal scabbard with two ring hooks, length 95cm, and an armoured chest plate (2) £50-80

223            A ENGLISH PATTERN INFANTRY OFFICER'S SWORD, pierced nickel hilt with George V
cypher, wire bound shagreen grip, 'CST' monogrammed damascened single fuller Wilkinson blade
No.62973, Sam Browne type tan leather scabbard, length 100cm £70-90

224             A VICTORIAN 1827 PATTERN RIFLE REGIMENT OFFICER'S SWORD, stepped pommel,
wire bound shagreen grip, pierced hilt incorporating a bugle suspended from a coronet, scroll
quillon, Murphy proof marked damascened slightly curved blade, metal scabbard with two ring
hooks, length 98cm (dents to scabbard) £70-90

225            A BRITISH WWI 1907 PATTERN SWORD BAYONET, with proofmarked blade, length
58cm, an 1853 pattern socket bayonet and a hunting dagger with horn handle in a metal scabbard
(3) £40-60

226             A WEBLEY SERVICE AIR RIFLE MKII, .22 cal, safety catch, sight, Patent No.371548,
diced walnut stock,. Length 107cm (Note: Purchaser must be aged 18 or over) £80-120

227             AN ANTIQUE JAPANESE BONE WAKIZASHI, the hilt and scabbard carved in relief with
figure scenes, 42cm single fullered blade, full length 68cm £120-150

228            A NOVELTY WORLD WAR II WALKING STICK/SNOOKER CUE, the outer case painted
and carved with images of the American theatres of War in Japan and Korea, 87cm £80-100
229            A MILITARY THEODOLITE, Director No.12, MKI, No.449, black enamelled and
lacquered brass, crows foot mark, in a fitted wooden case with tripod £70-100

230             AN ENFIELD TWO BAND PERCUSSION CAP RIFLE, ramrod, 95cm barrel marked 'MPG
WL/II/1082/55-68', heraldry engraved lockplate, figured walnut stock, the butt stamped '1760',
leather strap on lanyard rings, full length 135cm £120-150

231              TERRY, JOHN (XX), 'Cutty Sark', oils on canvas, signed and dated (19)68 lower right,
titled verso, Cooling Gallery label verso, gilt frame, 50cm x 60cm £120-150

232             BIRTLES, HENRY (1838-1907), Sheep grazing in a summer meadow, watercolour
heightened, signed lower right, framed, 25cm x 35cm £150-250

233             FOSTER, VERNON (XIX-XX), Children seated on a log winding wool, watercolour
heightened, signed lower right, contemporary gilt gallery frame, 20cm x 30cm £120-150

234             DAVIES, FRANCES (XX), River landscape with figures on a stone bridge and on horses
beyond, oils on board, signed lower right, framed, 36cm x 46cm £70-90

235          MEYER-EBERHARDT, KURT (1895-1977), Cairn Terrier, engraving, signed, framed,
30cm x 25cm £70-90

236              19TH CENTURY DUTCH SCHOOL, A pair of genre pictures, oils on copper, unsigned,
later gilt frames, 20cm x 16cm (2) £200-300

237              VICTORIAN SCHOOL, Half length portrait of a beautiful young lady, oils on canvas,
unsigned, gilt frame, 25cm x 20cm £120-150

238            WALTON, ELIJAH (1832-1880), 'Figures in a Mountain Pass', watercolour heightened,
signed and dated 1880, titled on Wolverhampton Gallery label verso, framed, height 17cm £80-100

239              TUNNICLIFFE, CHARLES FREDERICK (1901-1979), Grouse, pencil sketch, monogram
lower right, framed, 18cm x 25cm £70-90

240            BARNFATHER, MICHAEL, D (1934), 'Fuengirola Beach', gouache/pastel, signed and
dated (19)70 lower left, titled lower right, framed, 25cm x 40cm £70-90

241            FOLLOWER OF J.M.W. TURNER, early 20th Century, a summer river landscape,
watercolour heightened, unsigned, framed, 14cm x 22cm £120-150

242             MUSKER, ALISON (XX), 'Wellhead in Piazza Grande, Montepulciano', watercolour
heightened, signed lower right, titled on Richmond Gallery label verso, framed, 37cm x 27cm £80-
120

243             HARVEY, JOHN RATHBONE (1866-1933), Turneresque style landscape, watercolour,
signed lower right, framed, 18cm x 27cm £70-90

244             STUDIO OF THE YVES SAINT LAURENT FASHION HOUSE, A set of three ladies fashion
sketches, including a 'Le Smoking' tuxedo, dated 1964, and couture designs dated 1971 and 1987,
framed, 80cm x 60cm (Provenance: Displayed at Ken Swallow, Parfums YSL) (3) £200-300
245            DUFOUR, BERNARD (1922), A pair of figurative studies, ladies in a rowing boat and
two ladies wearing sun hats, acrylic on canvas, both signed, framed, 45cm x 38cm (2) £100-150

246           KINGERLEE, JOHN (IRISH) (1936), Bearded Man examining a flower, ink, signed and
dated 1967 lower left, framed, 28cm x 22cm £120-150

247           KINGERLEE, JOHN (IRISH) (1936), Half length study of female nude, ink, signed and
dated 1967 lower left, framed, 28cm x 22cm £120-150

248             DIGBY, R. DAVID (1936), 'Scottish Golden Eagle, First Year Plumage', oils on board,
signed lower right, titled on Sladmore Gallery label verso, framed, 60cm x 70cm £200-300

249             DUDLEY, ARTHUR (act. C.1890-c.1907), A pair of still life studies of fruit,
watercolours, signed, framed, 28cm x 78cm (2) £200-300

250            VICTORIAN SCHOOL, 'Innocence of Youth', a head and shoulders portrait of a young
blond haired boy, oils on canvas, unsigned, contemporary gilt gallery frame, diameter 32cm £120-
150

251            HIDER, FRANK (1861-1933), 'When Autumn Turns Green Leaves to Gold' and 'The
Stream through the Valley', oils on canvas, both signed, titled verso, framed, 46cm x 35cm (one with
small hole) £150-180

252            UNDERHILL, FREDERICK THOMAS (c.1847-1897), Mother and child collecting water,
watermill beyond, oils on board, signed lower left, framed, 30cm x 45cm £120-150

253               FOLLOWER OF LAWRENCE ALMA-TADEMA, (XIX), Mediterranean balcony with neo-
classical figures making music, watercolour heightened, unsigned, framed, 25cm x 45cm (some
discolouration) £80-120

254            CLARKSON, STANFIELD, WILLIAM (1793-186?) (ATTRIBUTED), 'Chapella de Eglise
Rome', watercolour heightened, unsigned, titled, attribution on mount below, framed, 20cm x 15cm
£80-120

255            A GEORGE V ENAMEL BOARD OF TRADE LABOUR EXCHANGE SIGN, Tontine St,
Folkstone, 90cm x 60cm £70-90

256               HINES, THEODORE (act. 1876-1889), 'At Burnham Beeches', oils on canvas, signed
lower left, titled on the mount below and verso, contemporary gallery frame (re-painted), 75cm x
125cm (paint flaking in need of attention) £300-500

257           GIFFORD, JOHN (?-1900), The Day's Bag, oils on canvas, signed lower left,
contemporary gallery frame (re-painted), 90cm x 70cm (in need of a clean/conservation) £1500-
2000

258              MACKINNON, FINLAY (1870-1931), 'Loch Maree', a pair of watercolours heightened,
signed, titled verso, framed, 38cm x 52cm (2) £150-250
259            KUNISADA, UTAGAWA (1786-1865), 'Odori Keiyo etoe no Sakae' (interior of the
Morita-Za Theatre), oban triptych woodblock print, signed Ichiyosai Hinajishi Toyokuni ga with
Toshidama seal, framed, 34cm x 72cm £180-200

260              A LARGE CHINESE TEXTILE BANNER, silver and gold bullion work, jewelled and
coloured silks to form figures and script on a deep red ground, titled 'Souvenir Shell Club Saigon Le
Ler Janvier 1930', 100cm x 360cm £200-300

261            GODDARD, WALTER. W (act. C.1906), Pair of woodland landscapes with falls
foreground, watercolours heightened, signed, framed, 25cm x 18cm (2) £80-100

262               SOPER, THOMAS JAMES (1836-1890), 'On Midhurst Common', watercolour, signed
lower left, titled verso, framed, 18cm x 26cm £80-100

263             A.F. (MONOGRAM), ITALIAN SCHOOL, early 19th Century, Adoration of the Magi, oils
on re-lined canvas, monogram lower right, recent frame, 70cm x 56cm £150-250

264            SPENCELAYH, CHARLES (1865-1958), Magpie, oils on canvas, signed lower left,
framed, 18cm x 28cm, (Provenance: Sir Peter Markham and Lady Scott) £400-500

265          ARMFIELD, MAXWELL ASHBY (1882-1972), 'Glass of Roses', tempera on board,
monogram lower right, titled verso, gilt gallery frame, 22cm x 16cm £350-450

266              EARP, WILLIAM HENRY (1833-?), 'Lulworth Cove', watercolour, signed lower right,
titled verso, framed, 52cm x 25cm £100-120

267               SAUTER, RUDOLPH HELMUT (1895-1977), Art Deco half length portrait of a lady in
profile, oils on canvas, signed verso, 60cm x 50cm £80-100

268           17TH CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL, 'Portrait Une Femme Agee', oils on canvas laid
down on board, unsigned, dated 1694 and bearing attribution to Francois Simon, framed, 17cm x
14cm £300-350

269             FRENCH SCHOOL, mid 19th Century, Stable yard with horse, oils on canvas on a cross
stretcher, unsigned, 54cm x 66cm (Tear and in need of conservation) £100-150

270             STANNARD, HENRY JOHN SYLVESTER (1870-1951), 'Bedford Landscape', watercolour
signed lower right, titled verso, framed, 32cm x 50cm £120-150

271           WELLS, DENYS GEORGE (1881-1973), 'A Yorkshire Dale' and 'Hogsmill River',
watercolour/pen/ink, both signed lower right, titled and dated c.1958/9 verso, framed, 28cm x 38cm
(2) £120-150

272            BALMFORD, HURST (1871-1950), Rural landscape with bridge over stream
foreground, gouache, signed lower left, framed, 25cm x 35cm £80-100

273              A.C. (MONOGRAM) (XX), Study of a streamlined single seater aircraft in flight,
c.1930's, oils on board, monogram lower left, dated 1937 verso, framed, 45cm x 60cm £150-180
274             20TH CENTURY JAPANESE SCHOOL, Half length portrait of a seated lady wearing a
patterned red kimono and holding a fan, lantern suspended above, oils on board, unsigned, framed,
60cm x 50cm £70-90

275               CONSTABLE, JOHN (ATTRIBUTED) (1776-1837), Suffolk Landscape with a Water Mill,
oils on canvas, unsigned, gilt scroll gallery frame, 25cm x 32cm (Provenance: Remnants of an old
label state that the painting was purchased from Mr Clifford Constable, Grandson of the painter to
whom if was bequethed . Leggett Brothers Signed John Payne. Possibly exhibited Constable
Exhibition Leggett Brothers, 77 Cornhill, London, 1899) £800-1200

276             20TH CENTURY DUTCH MARINE SCHOOL, c.1939, study of the 'Arendskerk' ship, oils
on canvas, unsigned, 46cm x 66cm (Notes: Surk by U-44 (Ludwig Mathes) 15th January 1940 for
carrying contraband to South Africa, survivers picked up by Italian ship Fedora, transfered to Dutch
ship Poelau Bras and landed at Lisbon, no loss of life) £80-100

277            CHANDLER, EILEEN (1904-c.1988), Portrait of Gillian Davida Fearntey Kaye,
watercolour heightened, signed and dated 1961 lower right, titled verso, framed, 55cm x 35cm £80-
120

278              BEGAY, HARRISON (1917), 'Navajo Feather Dancer' - (male and female), gouache,
both titled and signed below, framed, 30cm x 25cm (2) £80-120

279            IEPOLO, GIOVANNI (ATTRIBUTED) (1727-1804), The Assumption of the Virgin,
ink/wash, unsigned, 28cm x 20cm £200-250

280             LELY, PETER (ATTRIBUTED) (1618-1680), Portrait 'Aramantha Sweet and Fair, Braide
no more thy Shining Hair', black/white chalk on paper, unsigned, bears mark of the Sir Jonathan
Richardson collection, 33cm x 20cm £300-400

281              FOLLOWER OF ANDREA DEL SARTO, A mid 19th Century self portrait gallery copy,
oils on canvas, unsigned, contemporary gilt gallery frame, 65cm x 50cm £250-300

282              19TH CENTURY SCHOOL, Portrait of a seated country girl with corn, oils on board,
unsigned, gilt frame, 30cm x 22cm £50-80

283            ALDIN, CECIL CHARLES WINDSOR (1870-1935), 'A Handfull', ink/gouache, titled,
signed and dated 1901 below, framed, 24cm x 15cm £250-350

284             ONGANIA, UMBERTO (c.1875-?), Pair of Venetian Canal scenes, watercolours,
signed, framed, 18cm x 30cm (2) £150-200

285            A GALLE ART NOUVEAU CAMEO GLASS BALUSTER VASE, early 20th Century, tinted
green/pink, overlay of seed pods and creeping leaves, signed 'Galle', height 25cm £800-1200

286            A PAIR OF JACOBITE WINES, c.1760-1770, bell bowls, each engraved with a rose and
moth, bubble inclusions, double opaque twist stems, broad feet, broken pontils, height 16cm (2)
£300-500
287             A PAIR OF WINES, c.1750, bell knop bowls, multi-spiral air twist stems, broad conical
feet, broken pontils, height 18cm (2) £150-180

288           A WINE GLASS, c.1760-1770, funnel bowl, double opaque twist stem, broken pontil,
height 15cm £50-80

289           A WINE GLASS, c.1760-1770, funnel bowl, double opaque twist stem, broken pontil,
height 15cm £50-80

290             A SABINO OPALESCENT GLASS CHICK, etched 'Sabino, France', height 7cm £60-80

291              A RECENT LALIQUE DEUX FLEURS FROSTED GLASS SCENT BOTTLE, etched 'Lalique R
France', height 10cm £80-100

292              A BOTTLE OF CARON NUIT DE NOEL PARFUM, contained in a shagreen simulated box
with tassle, height 12cm (Notes: Nuit de Noel was launched in 1922) £80-120

293             A WINE GLASS, c.1750, drawn trumpet bowl, teardrop inclusion stem, folded foot,
broken pontil, height 16cm £60-80

294             SEVEN ASSORTED GLASSES, 18th/19th Century, to include two jelly glasses, height of
largest 13cm (s.d.) (7) £50-70

295             A DAUM NANCY ART NOUVEAU CAMEO GLASS SCENT BOTTLE, early 20th Century,
tinted green with trailing strawberry plants highlighted in gilt, French hallmarked silver gilt mounts,
signed 'Daum Nancy', height 15cm £250-350

296              A FRENCH CLEAR GLASS SCENT BOTTLE, early 20th Century, of tapered form etched
with swags, silver gilt mounts, length 15cm, in original fitted presentation box £100-150

297             A RUBY FLASHED GLASS SCENT BOTTLE, 19th Century, of tapered form, gilt metal
screw top, length 20cm £70-90

298              A JOHN DITCHFIELD BOTTLE VASE, of organic form, blue with opaque teardrop
design, signed 'J. Ditchfield 1980', broken pontil, height 30cm £100-150

299            AN ARTS & CRAFTS GREEN IRIDESCENT BALUSTER VASE, early 20th Century in the
manner of Loetz, wavy rim, dimple textured body, unmarked, height 13cm £50-80

300              A PEKING CITRINE CAMEO GLASS VASE, carved with a dragon and exotic bird chasing
a pearl, height 5cm £50-60

301            A BOHEMIAN GREEN OPAQUE CASED GLASS VASE, mid 19th Century, gothic arched
opening, board fluted panels florally painted and gilt knop stem, trumpet foot, height 24cm £70-90

302            A EUROPEAN SATIN GLASS EPERGNE, 19th century, opaque and peppermint with
central trumpet and six detachable spill holders, gilt detailing, height 42cm £120-150

303              A PAIR OF RUBY GLASS LUSTRES, 19th Century, arched openings, soft gilt detailing,
clear facet cut droppers, height 32cm (2) £200-300
304            A GALLE ART NOUVEAU CAMEO GLASS BALUSTER VASE, early 20th Century, ochre
overlay showing a riverside scene with trees, signed 'Galle', height 16cm £500-600

305              A TROIKA CYLINDER VASE, black script Troika mark and monogram of Jane
Fitzgerald, height 14cm £70-90

306           A ROYAL WORCESTER FRUIT DECORATED SUGAR BOWL, signed T. Nutt, gilt interior,
diameter 11cm £150-250

307             A PAIR OF ROYAL DOULTON STONEWARE ART NOUVEAU BALUSTER VASES, early
20th Century, jewelled decoration, No.7803, height 26cm, and another with fruit border (3) £100-
150

308            A CLARICE CLIFF BIZARRE CAFE AU LAIT FRUIT SET, decorated with the Autumn
design, Newport backstamp and Lawley retailer marks, comprising large fruit bowl and six individual
bowls, diameter of largest 23cm (large bowl and two small bowls with 1cm rim chips) (7) £80-100

309             A PAIR OF ROYAL WORCESTER SPILL VASES, c.1882, each moulded as a boy and girl
with a basket, printed marks and lozenge marks, height 18cm (2) £100-150

310            A ROYAL WORCESTER ELEPHANT VASE DESIGNED BY HADLEY, late 19th Century,
caprisoned and supporting a howdah, printed and impressed marks including lozenge mark, height
20cm £120-180

311             A SCHIERHOLZ & SOHN (PLAUE-ON-HAVEL) ELEPHANT, late 19th Century, caprisoned
wearing a tassled robe, trunk raised, open mouth, polychrome and soft gilt detailing, printed marks,
height 22cm (tiny gilt chip to feet) £80-100

312            A HARD PASTE FIGURE GROUP, late 19th Century, possibly Samson, vintner cherub
group, pseudo Chelsea gold anchor mark, height 22cm (damages/old restorations) £70-90

313             A ROYAL WORCESTER CANDLE SNUFFER, late 19th Century, formed as a lady
wearing a nightcap, height 7cm £50-80

314           A COALPORT FRUIT PAINTED TWIN HANDLED COVERED VASE, 20th Century, signed
Malcolm Harnett, height 22cm £80-100

315            A COALPORT FRUIT PAINTED TWIN HANDLED COVERED VASE, 20th Century, signed
Richard Budd, height 22cm £80-100

316             A PAIR OF COALPORT FRUIT PAINTED POT POURRI VASES AND COVERS, 20th
Century, signed Malcolm Harnett, height 14cm (2) £100-150

317             A PAIR OF COALPORT FRUIT PAINTED TWIN HANDLED VASES AND COVERS, 20th
Century, signed Malcolm Harnett and Peter Gosling, height 19cm (Gosling version broken off socle)
(2) £80-100

318             A PAIR OF COALPORT FRUIT PAINTED CABINET PLATES, 20th Century, wavy edged,
signed Richard Budd and Peter Gosling, diameter 23cm (2) £80-120
319           A COALPORT FRUIT PAINTED CABINET PLATE, 20th Century, signed M Gosling,
diameter 27cm £50-60

320           A COALPORT FRUIT PAINTED CABINET PLATE, 20th Century, signed Peter Gosling,
diameter 27cm £50-60

321           A COALPORT FRUIT PAINTED CABINET PLATE, 20th Century, signed Keith Hancock,
diameter 27cm £50-60

322           A COALPORT FRUIT PAINTED CABINET PLATE, 20th Century, signed Anthony Baggott,
diameter 27cm £50-60

323           A COALPORT FRUIT PAINTED CABINET PLATE, 20th Century, signed Norman Lear,
diameter 27cm £50-60

324           A COALPORT FRUIT PAINTED CENTRE BOWL, 20th Century, signed Anthony Baggott,
diameter 27cm £60-80

325             A COALPORT FRUIT PAINTED CENTRE BOWL, signed Keith Hancock, diameter 27cm
£60-80

326             A ROYAL WORCESTER PILGRIM FLASK, c.1868, Aesthetic Movement decoration in
the manner of Christopher Dresser, soft gilt detailing, salmon pink ground, impressed and printed
marks, height 26cm (both handles have been off and been re-stuck) £150-250

327           A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE LARGE COVERED POT, 19th Century, beast finial, twin
zoomorphic handles, decorated in underglaze blue scrolling foliage, unmarked, height 21cm (s.d.)
£100-120

328              A CHINESE KANGXI BLUE AND WHITE PLATE, decorated with a hunting scene, within
a floral cartouche border, geometric ground, blue six character mark within a double circle, old
paper label, (Provenance:The Berners Collection, No.95, diameter 32cm) (rim hairlines and frits)
£200-300

329            A CHINESE FAMILLE VERTE DISH OF KANGXI DESIGN, painted in coloured enamels
with two dragons chasing a pearl, the design repeated on the outer rim, unsigned, diameter 24cm,
on a hardwood display stand (small hairline to rim) £150-250

330              A PAIR OF ANTIQUE CHINESE FAMILLE VERTE BALUSTER VASES, decorated with
cartouche panels of domestic figure scenes and landscapes in coloured enamels, each with a blue six
character script mark, height 27cm (2) £120-150

331             FORNASETTI, PIERO (1913-1988), A set of four Le Bellezze plates, diameter 26cm (4)
£80-100

332             A SET OF THREE BESWICK FLYING DUCKS, No.596-1 (x2) and No.596-2, width of
largest 25cm (3) £70-90

333           A TROIKA WHEEL VASE, textured decoration, black script 'Troika Cornwall' mark and
monogram of Sue Lowe, diameter 17cm £80-100
334          A MOORCROFT PEONY VASE OF SQUAT FORM, impressed Moorcroft mark, height
11cm £80-100

335            A DERBY GROUP OF THE SEASONS, model 388, early 19th Century, modelled as four
children around a central tree, incised and iron red marks, (losses), 26cm £200-300

336              A PAIR OF ENGLISH PORCELAIN POT POURRI AND COVERS, 19th Century, of coronet
form, painted with a band of flowers on a gilt ground, raised on four lion feet, the pierced cover with
flame finial, (damage to one cover and wear), height 14cm (2) £100-150

337            A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE GINGER JAR, decorated with immortals dancing on
clouds, unmarked, fret carved hardwood cover and stand, height of jar only 14cm £50-80

338           A CREAMWARE MATRIMONY JUG, c.1790, black transfer printed,
'Matrimony/Courtship' and 'Old Women Ground Young', height 15cm £100-120

339             A PAIR OF CARLTONWARE ART DECO MEI-PING VASES, c.1920's, decorated in the
Chinese Bird pattern in coloured enamels, gilt and jewelling on a blue lustre ground, printed marks
and painted No.3197, height 27cm (2) £150-200

340             A PAIR OF LOCKE & CO WORCESTER BLUSH IVORY TAPERED VASES, each painted
with a pheasant signed W. Stinton, one with silver hallmarked rim dated 1908, (rim missing from the
other), height 18cm (2) £200-300

341             A DOULTON BURSLEM TWIN HANDLED BOTTLE VASE, c.1900, flow-blue floral
decoration, soft gilt detailing, No.6360, height 23cm £70-90

342            A DOULTON LAMBETH PRESENTATION TYG, late 19th Century, sprigged decoration
and mottos 'Drink by Measures', No.5404, height 15cm £80-100

343             A ROYAL DOULTON STONEWARE HIGH FIRED BALUSTER VASE, early 20th Century,
mottled claret glaze, No.4117, height 18cm

 £40-60

344            A DOULTON LAMBETH EWER, late 19th Century, sprigged and jewelled, No.1879,
height 18cm, and another, No.689, height 21cm (Former with tiny spout nick, latter damaged spout)
(2) £40-60

345           THREE ROYAL DOULTON STONEWARE VASES, early 20th Century, two with jewelled
Art Nouveau decoration, one with a Secessionist border, height of largest 19cm (3) £40-60

346             FOUR VARIOUS ROYAL DOULTON STONEWARE BOWLS, early 20th Century, diameter
of largest 20cm (4) £50-60

347            A DOULTON LAMBETH 1897 ROYAL JUBILEE JUG, No.7402, height 18cm, a Doulton
Lambeth 1901 Royal Commemorative teapot, No.1066, height 15cm (spout damaged) and a Doulton
Lambeth Slaters Patent teapot, No.479, height 15cm (3) £70-90
348            A CHINESE FAMILLE NOIR STYLE RETICULATED VASE, of tapered form, moulded and
pierced with immortals on a cloud scroll ground, Qianlong seal mark but later, height 36cm £100-
150

349            A JAPANESE BLUE AND WHITE BALUSTER VASE, late 19th Century, wavy rim,
decorated with a Foo dog in a landscape, eight character script mark in blue, height 34cm £70-90

350             A COALBROOKDALE STYLE BASKET, c.1840, of rectangular form with twig handle, a
central painted floral spray surrounded by a floral encrusted frame, painted 270 base, length 30cm
(s.d) £100-150

351             A PEARLWARE CHARGER, late 18th Century, blue painted with a pagoda inside a
feathered rim, (slight clips) 35.5cm £40-60

352             A SEVRES CABINET PLATE, dated 1846, painted with a lady in 18th Century dress
with an infant and a child, signed 'V. Bernard', blue printed Sevres mark, green coronet mark and
destination mark for Chateau Des Tourelles (?), diameter 24cm £120-150

353             A CANTONESE ENAMEL BOX AND COVER, 19th Century, decorated in the famille
rose palette with figures, birds, insects and foliage, double division interior, width 18cm, and a
Chinese blue and white plate with four character mark, diameter 22xm (2) (plate with minor edge
frits)

 £50-80

354           A SET OF EIGHT ORIENTAL BLUE AND WHITE PLATES, each decorated with flowering
blossom branches, blue six character marks, diameter 19cm (8) £50-80

355               A VIENNA CABINET PLATE, 19th Century, painted with a courting scene in a boat,
signed 'Rosler', raised gilt scroll border on a deep blue ground, beehive mark and tilted verso,
diameter 21cm £70-80

356          A NOVELTY MAIOLICA INK STAND, late 19th/early 20th Century, modelled as a
woman wearing a bonnet seated with a barrel between her legs, script mark to base, height 18cm
£50-70

357           A PAIR OF ORIENTAL POTTERY INTERLOCKING FIGURES, 20th Century, realistically
modelled as men seated on rocks, one examining a bowl with an insect in, signed, height 20cm (2)
£50-70

358            A WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE MASK JUG, c.1770, printed with Jacobite rose and
moth devices, hatched blue crescent mark, height 18cm (spout restored) £150-250

359             A PAIR OF ANTIQUE CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE BALUSTER VASES, decorated with
domestic figure group scenes, blue four character marks, height 20cm (2) (one with rim frits) £70-90

360             A BESWICK CLOUDED YELLOW BUTTERFLY, No.1490, wire antennae, height 9cm
£150-180
361             A BESWICK LARGE TORTOISESHELL BUTTERFLY, No.1491, wire antennae, height 9cm
£150-180

362             A BESWICK PEACOCK BUTTERFLY, No.1489, wire antennae, height 10cm £200-300

362A          DAISY MAKEIG-JONES FOR WEDGWOOD, a Fairyland lustre baluster vase, Firbolgs
and Thumbelina pattern No.5200, printed Portland vase mark, height 22cm Est £800-1,200

363              A LARGE SATSUMA WARE GARNITURE, Meiji, comprising ovoid covered koro with
beast finial and handles and a pair of baluster vases, each elaborately decorated with figure scenes
in polychrome and raised gilt, height of koro 54cm (both baluster vases each with a 2cm rim chip) (3)
£400-600

364             A PAIR OF SATSUMA WARE TWIN HANDLED VASES, early 20th Century, of tapered
form, elaborately jewelled and decorated with figure scenes in raised coloured enamels, height
42cm £100-150

365              A PAIR OF JAPANESE EXPORT IMARI BALUSTER VASES, late 19th Century, decorated
with an array of flowering foliage, (only one with a cover with remnants of a New Bond St retailer
label), height 35cm (minor rim frits to both) (2) £80-100

366              A LARGE COALPORT VASE OF ROCOCO DESIGN, c.1820, floral and foliage encrusted
throughout, painted cartouche panels of Romantic landscapes and floral displays, on a Royal blue
ground with raised and soft gilt detailing, blue printed 'Coalport' mark, height 36cm (reference: Plate
181, page 272, Godden's 'Coalport and Coalbrookdale Porcelains', 1981 edition for an almost
identical vase) (damages/losses to the extremeties) £150-200

367             TWO PAIRS OF GOUDA RHODIAN WALL PLAQUES, decorated with stylized scrolls and
foliage in autumn tones, painted marks, diameter of lager pair 36cm, and a larger example, diameter
42cm (small rim frits to the two pairs, larger with crack) (5) £80-100

368            A STUDIO POTTERY CHARGER, 20th Century, with wax resist decoration of oriental
influence, unmarked, diameter 40cm £70-90

369              A ROYAL DOULTON STONEWARE MAORI WARE 'KIA ORA' JARDINIERE, early 20th
Century, the frieze decorated with Hei-tiki and other Maori emblems, height 19cm £150-250

370            CHARLOTTE RHEAD FOR CROWN DUCAL, a large circular wall charger, tube-lined
autumn leaves design, printed marks and No.4921, diameter 43cm £100-120

371            AN ORIENTAL BLUE AND WHITE FISH BOWL JARDINIERE, late 19th Century,
decorated with prunus blossom on a scale ground, height 30cm £80-120

372             EISENBERGER, LUDWIG (act.c.1895-1920), Art Nouveau bronze, female nude holding
a water vessel against a rock, signed, black veined marble plinth, height of bronze 16cm £300-350

373              CARTINET (XX), standing athlete with arms folded, bronze, signed, black marble
plinth, height of bronze 26cm £200-300
374           ROCHELLE, H.T (XX), 'Daphne', Art Deco bronze, dated 1928, rectangular plinth,
height 20cm £150-200

375             A LARGE IVORY OKIMONO, Meiji period, gentleman standing with a monkey on his
shoulder whilst an infant offers a horned mask, height 34cm (lacking inset seal signature) £400-500

376            AN INDIAN IVORY FIGURE GROUP, 20th Century, modelled as a throne cart with
cuppola, seated figure, driver, hauled by four horses, height 12cm, length 20cm, mounted on a
wooden plinth £100-150

377            A PAIR OF ANTIQUE IVORY TUSKS, mounted in weighted EP Joseph Rodgers stands,
height 27cm (plating worn) (2) £80-120

378            A HARD PASTE BRACKET CLOCK IN THE MANNER OF JACOB PETIT, 19th Century, of
Rococo design, painted with cherubs, soft gilt decoration on a pastel pink ground, metal mounts,
height 31cm (pendulum) £300-500

379             KING (XX), Standing female figure, bronze, signed and numbered 500, square plinth,
height of sculpture 27cm £50-80

380             ARCHIBALD KNOX FOR LIBERTY & CO, A Tudric pewter inkstand of circular form with
hinged lid, stamped Liberty & Co marks and No.0521, diameter 13cm (hinge loose) £80-100

381              AN IVORY NETSUKE, carved as a Chinaman wearing a rice hat, holding a stick and
carrying a sack over his shoulder, height 5.5cm £50-80

382            AN IVORY NETSUKE, carved as a Chinaman with scoop and wide-brimmed hat,
unsigned, height 6.5cm £50-80

383          AN IVORY NETSUKE, carved as a robed immortal holding a staff, unsigned, height
9cm £100-150

384             AN IVORY ZOOMORPHIC NETSUKE, carved as a fox in human form, wearing a robe
holding a walking stick, unsigned, height 7cm £100-150

385            AN IVORY NETSUKE, carved as two wise men kneeling, one with back-pack,
unsigned, width 3cm £50-80

386           AN ORIENTAL IVORY OKIMONO, early 20th Century, Hotei seated smiling, unsigned,
height 8cm £50-70

387              AN AFRICAN IVORY FIGURE OF AN ELEPHANT, standing on hind legs with trunk
raised, infant below, height 16cm, together with an ivory hinged bangle, necklace, pair of ear studs
and a folding pocket knife (with Cities and Export documents) (8) £80-100

388             AN ORIENTAL IVORY CALLING CARD CASE, early 20th Century, elaborately carved
with figure scenes, vacant cartouche, 8cm x 4cm £70-90
389             AN AFRICAN IVORY ORNAMENT, carved as an elephant upon a segment plinth with a
fretwork arbour of trailing vines below, height 13cm, and a small ivory lidded pot carved with a
procession of elephants to the frieze, height 7cm (Elephant tail missing) (2) £70-90

390              A GROUP OF ASSORTED IVORY ORNAMENTS, to include a small puzzle ball on stand,
oval lidded box, fret carved miniature basket, a pair of Geisha figures, elephant carvings, tusk carving
etc (14) £100-120

391             A PALE JADE CARVING OF A GEISHA, 20th Century, standing holding a fan and
flower, height 18cm, wooden plinth £70-90

392            A RECENT CHINESE XIUYAN-JADE FIGURE GROUP, 'Paradise Flycatcher', height 12cm,
wooden stand, (with certificate) £50-70

393              AN ISLAMIC TRAVELLING PEN HOLDER, with ink bottle attached, brass with white
metal overlay, incorporating Islamic script, length 21cm, maker’s stamp £150-180

394             RASMUSSEN, OTTO (1845-?), Female nude in a standing pose, bronze, signed,
marble socle, height of bronze 17cm £150-180

395               SMITH, MURIEL, CONSTANCE RMS (b.1903), An oval portrait miniature of a young
lady, on ivory, signed and dated 1931, framed, height 9cm (and an empty miniature brass frame) (2)
£80-100

396            A VICTORIAN OVAL PORTRAIT MINIATURE ON IVORY, Lady with white hair, unsigned,
height 6cm, ebonised frame, and a Victorian pinchbeck mourning brooch set with a lock of hair and
an over-painted photograph (2) £70-90

397           A HUNTLEY & PALMERS BISCUIT TIN, late 19th Century, formed as a cabin trunk,
width 20cm £40-60

398            A PAIR OF ITALIAN PIETRA DURA EWERS, mid 19th Century, (probably Florence),
black Belgian marble bodies inlaid with a geometric border of malachite, gilt metal mounts with the
handles terminating in face masks, height 34cm (2) £150-200

399            A CHINESE 'MUTTON FAT' JADE VASE AND COVER, of Ming design, baluster form,
carved with two horned heads, mons and scrolling decoration, height 14.5cm £200-300

400            CICERI, ERNEST (c.1827-1866), miniature landscape with tall trees and figures
foreground, oval gouache, signed, 7cm x 9cm £100-150

401             A SET OF FIVE BLACK LACQUER LIDDED BOXES, mid 19th Century, (possibly
Birmingham), florally painted with inlaid abalone detailing, gilt decoration, width of largest 22cm (5)
£70-90

402              A 19TH CENTURY MARINE BONE/IVORY WALKING STICK, possibly Maori, with bands
of stylized decoration, the top band with a game chart/table, length 86cm £800-1000
403              A JAPANESE IVORY OKIMONO, Meiji, man with two infants and a serpent, signed,
height 19cm, (losses), a miniature ivory puzzle ball on stand, three devotional ivory figures and three
animals (s.d.) (two wooden stands) (10) £100-150

404           A JAPANESE IVORY OKIMONO, Meiji, man wearing rice hat, holding a vessel with
knarled wooden staff, signed, height 14cm £100-150

405             AN ORIENTAL IVORY CALLING CARD CASE, late 19th Century, of rectangular form,
carved with extensive figure scenes, 11cm x 6.5cm £150-200

406             A GILT BRONZE/JADE RHYTON, face mask handle with headdress, height 6.5cm
£150-200

407            AN ANTIQUE IVORY TUSK CARVING, as a succession of seven elephants, width 41cm,
on a wooden stand £80-120

408             AN ANTIQUE IVORY TUSK FRETWORK CARVING, as a landscape with buildings and
figures, width 25cm, and four carved ivory elephants, (both on wooden stands) (2) £40-60

409           A EUROPEAN IVORY CARVING OF CHRIST, 19th Century, possibly Dieppe, mounted
on a wooden cross, height of Christ 13cm £150-180

410            A PAIR OF JAPANESE MEIJI BRONZE BALUSTER VASES, inlaid bi-metal/agate to form
cockerels perched on branches, signed, height 16cm (2) £250-350

411             CONSTANT, MAURICE (1892-1970), 'Moissonneur', bronze, signed, height 19cm
£100-120

412           A PALE JADE CARVING, as an oriental figure with paddle and storks, width 14cm, on
a wooden stand £50-60

413             A TUNBRIDGE WARE JEWEL CASKET, 19th Century, the lid with a parquetry image of
Windsor Castle, floral borders, silk lined interior, width 24cm (losses/in need of attention) £100-150

414             A PAIR OF ORIENTAL CLOISONNE MEI-PING VASES, late 19th Century, Kyoto Shippo
style decoration, appear unsigned, height 23cm (2) £150-250

415              AN ORIENTAL CLOISONNE BOWL, early 20th Century, decorated with dragons,
chasing pearls, on a black cell ground, elaborate Ming mark, diameter 26cm

 £120-150

416             AN ORIENTAL CLOISONNE BOWL, early 20th Century, decorated with dragons
chasing pearls on a blue cell ground, elaborated Ming mark, diameter 30cm, wooden stand £80-100

417            A PAIR OF ORIENTAL CLOISONNE BALUSTER VASES, late 19th/early 20th Century,
decorated with birds amongst foliage on bird baths, wireless sky blue ground, height 25cm (2)
(damages) £70-90
418             A PAIR OF ORIENTAL CLOISONNE BALUSTER VASES, late 19th/early 20th Century,
decorated with irises on a wireless deep blue ground, height 31cm (2) (damages) £70-90

419            FOUR VARIOUS ORIENTAL CLOISONNE VASES, to include a pair of globe and shaft
vases and two baluster vases, height of largest 27cm (4) (damages) £70-90

420              AN ORIENTAL CLOISONNE DRESSING TABLE SET, early 20th Century, comprising tray,
pair of candlesticks, pair of covered vases, ring tree, trinket dish and three lidded vessels, decorated
with floral devices on a blue cell ground, width of tray 26cm (10) £100-150

421            AN ORIENTAL CLOISONNE NOVELTY LIDDED VESSEL, formed as a hare, florally
decorated on a blue/black cell ground, width 8cm £40-60

422             AN ORIENTAL CLOISONNE BALUSTER VASE, early 20th Century, floral/foliage
decoration on a light blue wireless ground, height 19cm £50-60

423             CORNELL, DAVID, FRSA, FRSBS (1935), 'Champion Finish', bronze, signed, tilted and
dated 1985, black slate plinth, height of bronze 17cm (with certificate of authenticity) £80-120

424              A SET OF THREE PORTRAIT MINIATURES ON IVORY, late 19th Century, each showing
a half length portrait of a beautiful young lady, one signed 'Willi', contemporary frames, 9cm x 7cm
(3) £80-120

425           THREE AUSTRIAN COLD PAINTED BRONZE BUDGERIGARS, c.1920's, two mounted
onto onyx bookends, one mounted on an onyx ashtray, height of largest 7cm (3) £70-90

426              A PAIR OF ORIENTAL CLOISONNE BALUSTER VASES, each decorated with iris on a
black wireless ground, height 15cm (2) £50-80

427             ROBERT 'MOUSEMAN' THOMPSON, an adzed oak toilet swing mirror, half penny
cornice, canted supports, carved mouse signature, height 46cm £200-300

428            ROBERT 'MOUSEMAN' THOMPSON, an adzed oak cheese board, of oval form, carved
mouse signature to the handle, length 37cm £60-80

429            AN ORIENTAL BLACK LACQUER POSTCARD ALBUM, early 20th Century, the cover
decorated with an eagle in high relief mother of pearl/abalone, loosely inserted postcards of
worldwide topographical views, (wooden box) £120-150

430             A JACQUES STAUNTON CHESS SET, 19th Century, comprising thirty two boxwood
and ebony weighted pieces, signed kings and coronet cypher to rooks and knights, in original
mahogany felt lined box with Staunton label to the inner lid, with a paquetry chessboard and a
Honours score marker (one black pawn chipped at base) £300-400

431               A GILT BRONZE FIGURE OF A HINDU GOD, surmounted on a standing bison upon a
naturalistic plinth, height 33cm (paint traces may not be contemporary) £180-220

432            A BLACK FOREST POSTMAN'S ALARM WALL CLOCK, late 19th Century, pink/white
dial with Roman numerals, with two pine cone simulated weights, diameter 28cm
 £120-150

433             A LARGE PEWTER FLAGON, shell shaped thumbpiece, baluster body, fleur de
lis/coronet touchmark, height 53cm and a heraldic pewter plate (2) £70-90

434              A FRENCH ORMOLU CLOCK GARNITURE, second half of the 19th Century, of Baroque
design, the clock 10cm dial with inset enamel Roman numerals, flanked by a four branch candelabra
either side, height 42cm (key and pendulum) (3) £250-350

435            A VICTORIAN BURR WALNUT DRESSING BOX, inset vacant mother of pearl cartouche
and escutcheon, fitted interior with cosmetic jars and drawers, width 30cm (frieze doors need re-
attaching) £150-180

436             ETTORE SOTTSASS FOR OLIVETTI, A Valentine typewriter designed in 1969, in carry
case, with separately case brush kit and instructions £50-80

437             AN A.T. HOUSON PHONO-FIDDLE, length 82cm £50-60

438             A CASED STROVIOUS PHONO-FIDDLE, length 60cm £70-90

439             A CASED VIOLIN, two-piece strung back (length 36cm), chin rest, stripy neck, full
length 58cm, (indistinctly stamped name below button), and a bow stamped 'Alwyne Byfield
Birmingham' £70-90

440            FOUR VARIOUS VINTAGE VIOLINS FOR RESTORATION, to include a Wolff Bros violin
dated 1889 with a one-piece stripy back, a Giovan Paolo Maggini two-piece back violin, and two
other two-piece stripy back violins, and a bow stamped 'Dodd' (5) £100-150

441             ANTIQUE PEWTER, to include a charger bearing Thomas Bennett of Bristol
touchmark (c.1760-1780), diameter 38cm, a plate with engraved heraldry and X mark, diameter
34cm, and a set of three plates with London touchmarks and crowned X marks, diameter 24cm (5)
£70-90

442            TRIBAL ART, an African head mask, possibly Ibo, with oval slit eyes, pair of curved
horns and a beard £120-150

443             TRIBAL ART, Yoruba, a pair of Ibeji twin figures £80-100

444             TRIBAL ART, an African wooden stool, of rounded rectangular form on four stout
legs £80-100

445            A FRENCH GILT METAL/BRONZED BRACKET CLOCK, late 19th Century, Baroque
casework with griffins ceramic dial with Dublin retailer mark and Patent winding/adjustment
mechanisms, the gong striking movement stamped 'Etienne Maxant, Paris', height 33cm (pendulum)
£120-150

446             A FLAPPER DRESS, 1920's, silvered beadwork with a fish scale design of pink flowers
£80-120
447             AN ORIENTAL CLOISONNE GARNITURE, comprising pair of baluster vases and a low
bowl on wooden stand, floral decoration amongst tight scrolls on a deep blue ground, height of
largest 25cm (3) £120-150

448            A SANDERSON 1/4 PLATE CAMERA, late 19th Century, red leather bellows, with two
plate magazines and tripod, retailer Sands, Hunter & Co, London, in leather carrying case £100-150

449             A SANDERSON REGULAR MODEL PLATE CAMERA, late 19th Century, red leather
bellows, with three mahogany plate magazines and blackout cloth, in leather case (with a Kodak
concertina camera and a Quarz Cine camera) (3) £100-150

449A             A REGENCY MAHOGANY BRACKET CLOCK, arched case with brass inlay, 20cm
painted Roman dial, side handles and sound grilles, brass feet, the double fusee movement striking
on a bell, height 50cm, (three keys and pendulum) Est £250-350

450             A BOTTLE OF DOM PERIGNON, 1966 vintage £200-300

451             A MAGNUM OF CHATEAU TALBOT, 1983 £40-60

452             A MAGNUM OF CHATEAUX D' ISSAN, 1981 £30-50

453             A REHOBOAM OF CHATEAUX DE PEZ, 1975 vintage £200-300

454          SANDEMAN VINTAGE PORT, 1963, two bottles, bottled in 1965 and a bottle of
Sandeman Tawny Port aged 30 years in wood, No.1911 (3) £80-100

455             EDWARD AND WALLIS: EDWARD DUKE OF WINDSOR (1894-1972), King of the United
Kingdom January to December 1936 and Wallis, Duchess of Windsor (1895-1986) Wife of Edward,
headed note paper with both signatures in bold black fountain pen ('Edward, Duke of Windsor', and
'Wallis Windsor') £200-300

456            PLOT, ROBERT, 'The Natural History of Staffordshire', 1686, illustrated, printed at the
Theatre Oxford, contemporary gilt tooled leather binding, Ex Library Reginald Bladen and Lionel J.
Trafford £300-500

457             HUTTON, SIR LEONARD (1916-1990), and Bader, Sir Douglas (1910-1982) and others,
a 1956 National Sporting Club Dinner pamphlet in honour of Len Hutton at Cafe Royal, London,
signed with eighteen signatures, (including Hutton, Bader, Brian Satham et al) with a 1956 Golf
Challenge Souvenir programme signed by Bousfield, Jacobs, Lees and Weetman, a 1957 BAGS Dinner
programme, a signed Bob Hope photograph and 1987 signed BWRF Dinner menu (5) £80-100

458               MEYRICK, WILLIAM, 'The New Family Herbal or Domestic Physician', 1790,
illustrated, printed by Thomas Pearson, half leather binding, marbled boards (foxed) £80-100

459            DICKSON, R.W, 'Improved Live Stock and Cattle Management', c.1820, illustrated in
two leather bound volumes, Thomas Kelly, London (2) £80-100

460            TWELVE SIGNED FIRST EDITIONS, to include Iris Murdoch, V.S. Naipaul, Peter
Ackroyd, Anthony Burgess etc (12) £30-50
461             SHAW SPARROW, WALTER, 'British Sporting Artists', 1922 first edition, illustrated
£30-50

462           REEVES, RICHARD STONE AND ROBINSON, PATRICK, 'Classic Lines, A Gallery of the
Great Thoroughbreds', 1975 first limited edition, No.3076/25,000, signed by Patrick Robinson £30-
50

463             MACDONALD, DUNCAN, 'The New London Family Cook', 1808 2nd edition, later half
leather binding £100-150

464             MITCHELL, H. CHAS, 'Tamworth Parish Church', 1935, signed by the author £20-30

465             'AUDUBON'S BIRDS OF AMERICA', 1990, baby elephant folio edition in slip case £50-
70

466             COCKIN, TIM, 'The Staffordshire Encyclopaedia', 2000, limited edition of 500 £50-70

467             STEBBING SHAW, 'The History and Antiquities of Staffordshire', Vol 1, 1976 edition
£50-70

468             TAUNTON, THEO, 'Famous Horses', 1901, illustrated £30-50

469             FOUR VICTORIAN ALBUMS OF PHOTOGRAPHS TITLED 'ANCIENT SCULPTURE', AND
'ILLUSTRATIONS OF GREEK SCULPTURE', with photographs by Brogi, together with Harrison and
McCall, 'Greek Vase Painting', and three other volumes (8) £100-150

470             POPE, ALEXANDER, 'The Iliad of Homer', 1720, six volumes, W. Bowyer, London, and
Pope's 'Odyssey of Homer', 1725, five volumes, Bernard Lintot, London, all in gilt tooled full leather
bindings, ex John Toke library (11) £100-150

471             TAYLOR, JOSEPH, 'The General Character of the Dog', 1804, Darton and Harvey,
London, half leather/marbled boards £50-60

472             RACKHAM, ARTHUR, (ILLUSTRATOR), 'Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens' by J.M.
Barrie and 'Ingoldsby Legends', 1929 (2) £50-70

473            'ITINERARIUM TOTIUS SACRAE', (or 'The Travels of the Holy Patiarchs.......'), 1623,
Adam Islip £80-100

474              AN AUTOGRAPH BOOK, c.1830, 'Autographs of Distinguished Persons Collected by
F.S.A, 1830', with index and clippings of the autographs from correspondence pasted in, to include
Dr Samuel Parr, Revel W.M. Kirby, Sir Astley Cooper, Jas Scott, Sir John Leach, Lord Denham, Earl
John Russell, Duke of Gloucester, Earl Fitzwilliam, Lord Colchester, Arthur Murphy, Sir Graham
Moore, Nathan Mayer Rothschild, Sir Robert Peel, Sir Robert Paxton, Norfolk, W. Temple, Robert
Boyle, contained in a contemporary leather bound volume (cover detached) £70-90

475             A COMPREHENSIVE DOMESTIC RECIPE BOOK, mid 19th Century, containing
predominantly handwritten recipes including those for barley water, Cock a Leeky Soup, ginger beer,
shalot wine, souffle pancakes, tapioca cake, children's cakes and bread, pumpkin pie, school plum
pudding etc £70-90
476               LAWRENCE, RICHARD, 'The Complete Farrier and British Sportsman', c.1816, Thomas
Kelly, full leather binding, with Stud Books for 1923 and 1926, and Culpeper's 'Complete Herbal and
English Physician', 1813 (4) £40-60

477            A COMPREHENSIVE AUTOGRAPH BOOK, 1940's, of Stage and Screen Stars, collected
by Merle Parsons (some with photos), briefly to include Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy, Jimmy James,
John Boles, Teddy Brown, George Doonan, George and Beryl Formby, Vera Lynn, Danny Kaye,
Frankie Howerd, Tessie O'Shea, Carroll Levis, Hughie Green, Wilfred Pickles, Gaston Palmer, and
others £150-250

478           BOURNE, JOHN, 'A Treatise on The Steam Engine', 1868, illustrated, half leather
binding £80-100

479            'ARAGON-PICASSO-SHAKESPEARE', 1965, elephant folio illustrated, Editions Cercle
D'Art, No.1700/2,000 £80-100

480               HILL, AARON, 'A Full and Just Account of the Present State of the Ottoman Empire In
all its Branches', 1709 first edition, John Mayo (in need of re-binding and attention) £80-120

481            CIGARETTE CARD SERIES FIRST DAY COVERS, 1988-94 (74) in two albums, and two
further albums of coins commemorative first day covers (33) £100-150

482             A COLLECTION OF STAMPS AND COVERS, in four albums and loose, with mint British
decimal sets etc (box) £120-150

483            AN EXTENSIVE COLLECTION OF APPROXIMATELY 1,500 ROYAL NAVAL
COMMEMORATIVE COVERS, in twenty seven albums, a few naval stamps and a selection of RAF
covers, many covers signed, including medal winners with a number of Victoria Cross (large parcel)
£800-1000

484             A COLLECTION OF MINT BRITISH STAMPS IN FOUR ALBUMS, with sets, miniature
sheets, booklets includiing 2001 submarines etc £250-300

485              A COLLECTION OF BRITISH FIRST DAY COVERS (480 F) IN SEVEN ALBUMS, including
coin covers, also some promotion packs with 2000 stamp show £150-200

486            VARIOUS STAMPS IN ALBUMS AND LOOSE, including Great Britain 2000, 2001 and
2003 year books encylopaedia of stamps in six parts etc £50-70

487            A COLLECTION OF MAINLY BRITISH STAMPS IN SEVEN STOCKBOOKS AND LOOSE,
with mint decimal sets, First Day Covers etc (100) £80-100

488              AN ALL WORLD COLLECTION OF STAMPS IN FOUR ALBUMS, including North Bornez,
Great Britain from 1840 1d used 1940-46 Victory omnibus sets both mint and used, British Levant,
Germany £300-400

489             AN ACCUMULATION OF STAMPS IN SEVEN ALBUMS AND LOOSE, with mint Guernsey
and Jersey etc (many hundreds) £100-120
490              AN ACCULATION OF STAMPS IN THREE ALBUMS AND THREE STOCKBOOKS, with a
collection of Egypt, mint British Empire including Southern Rhodesia 1937 sets etc £200-250

491             A COLLECTION OF BRITISH STAMPS, mint and used in six albums and loose £180-200

492             FIFTY ASSORTED STEREOVIEW CARDS, 19th Century, including rice paper examples,
subjects include risque/erotic, humour, 'ghost', World topographical, 1897 Diamond Jubilee, etc (50)
£50-60

493              AN EDWARDIAN AND LATER POSTCARD COLLECTION, loose in two albums and a box,
subjects include beauties, WWI silks, greetings, topographical, Seaside humour, Mabel Lucie Attwell,
Phyllis Purser, Dinah, Disney, animals, Bairnsfather etc £50-80

494             AN EDWARDIAN AND LATER POSTCARD COLLECTION, loose in a glassine album,
subjects include Birmingham topographical

 £50-60

495             VICTORIAN/EDWARDIAN GREETINGS CARDS, eighteen assorted cards, to include
Valentines, three Steven's New Silk Edged Perfumed cards, Pop-up Valentine card (18) £50-80

496            THIRTY FIVE STEREO VIEW CARDS, early 20th Century, subjects include Indian
Mutiny, Maharajah of Jhind, HMS Renown, Worcestershire Regt Series, Russo-Japanese War with a
Sun Sculpture hand-held viewer (parcel) £80-100

497             A LARGE CIGARETTE CARD COLLECTION, loose in old cigarette packets, (parcel) £50-
80

498             OVER 100 STEREOVIEW CARDS, of Britain, genre, nude and risque subjects, together
with a Sun Sculpture stereoviewer (parcel) £40-60

499              OVER 100 EARLY FLAT-MOUNT STEREOVIEW CARDS AND STEREOVIEWER, subjects
include Britain, Europe, hold to light tissue and coloured genre (parcel) £40-60

500             TWENTY FIVE REAL PHOTOGRAPHIC POSTCARDS, early 20th Century, of nude and
risque ladies, many by Parisien photographer 'JA' (25) £40-60

501             A SELCOL BEATLES PLASTIC FOUR STRING TOY GUITAR, length 58cm £50-80

502            FIVE BOXED SCHUCO VARIANTO REMOTE CONTROL TINPLATE VEHICLES, to include
two Limos No.3041, (red and blue), Sani No.3043, Bus No.3044, Lasto No.3042 with a selection of
track and remote operating wires (parcel) £80-120

503             A BOXED SUTCLIFFE SPRITE DAY CRUISER, clockwork, light green hull, cream decks
(key) £30-40

504             A BOXED SUTCLIFFE BLUEBIRD SPEED BOAT, and a boxed Denbigh Products speed
boat (2) £50-80
505             A BOXED VICTORY INDUSTRIES MIGHTY MIDGET ELECTRIC RACER, red livery with
No.9 decal, (with guarantee) £30-40

506             A BOXED ASTRA ROCKET GUN, (with six rockets and instructions) £40-60

507             A BOXED CRESCENT TOYS DIECAST GARAGE CAR LIFT, (car and lift only) £30-40

508              DINKY TOYS, to include a boxed Blaw Knox Bulldozer No.561, two Forward Control
Lorries, No.25r (orange and cream), a Vanguard, an open truck and trailer £50-70

509            A BOXED DINKY TOYS 25-POUNDER FIELD GUN SET, No.697, and a boxed Centurion
Tank, No.651 (2) £40-60

510             A BOXED DINKY SUPERTOYS TANK TRANSPORTER, No.660, five unboxed Dinky
diecasts and a Lesney Evening News van, No.42 (7) £40-60

511            A BOXED DINKY SUPERTOYS FODEN FLAT TRUCK, No.902, orange cab/chassis, green
flatbed £70-90

512             UNBOXED AND ASSORTED DINKY TOYS, to include a Foden flat truck with blue
cab/chassis and orange flatbed, Pullmore Car Transporter No.582, five sports cars, military vehicles
etc (16) £50-80

513            A BOXED JAPANESE SAN REMOTE CONTROL SMOKING PA PA BEAR, a boxed Alps
Xylophone Playing Fido and a Japanese battery operated cow (3) £80-120

514              A BOXED HORNBY SERIES ENGINE SHED, No.1A, (two rail O Gauge), a boxed Hornby
Series Goods Platform No.1 and various related trackside accessories, to include signals, telegraph
poles, signal boxes, level crossings etc, and a quantity of two-rail track (parcel) £80-100

515            HORNBY O GAUGE, to include a 0-4-0 GW clockwork locomotive No.6600, tank
locomotive and tender No.3435, and various rolling stock, to include a Robert Hudson tipping
wagon, caboose, Liverpool cables wagon, Cement wagon, Fish van etc (parcel) £50-80

516              A BOXED DINKY SUPERTOYS GUY FLAT TRUCK WITH TAILBOARD, No.513, dark green
cab/chassis, light green tailboard and hubs £80-100

517              A BOXED DINKY SUPERTOYS FODEN 14-TON TANKER, No.504, dark blue cab (with
flash), and chassis, light blue tanker and hubs, and a boxed Dinky Supertoys Coles Crane, No.571 (2)
£80-100

518              UNBOXED AND ASSORTED VINTAGE DINKY TOYS, to include sports cars, saloon cars,
ambulances, buses, wagons, Esso van, petrol tanker, street furniture, loudspeaker van, miniature
train etc (parcel) £80-100

519             A BOXED WRENN RAILWAYS 2-8-0 LOCOMOTIVE AND TENDER, No.8042, LMS livery
£50-60

520            A BOXED HORNBY DUBLO EDG7 TANK GOODS TRAIN SET, comprising 0-6-2 LMS
locomotive, No.6917, three wagons, track and controller £50-80
521             A BOXED HORNBY DUBLO EDP2 PASSENGER TRAIN SET, comprising 4-6-2 'Duchess of
Atholl' locomotive and tender No.6231 (without wind deflectors) two LMS coaches, track and
controller £50-80

522             MAINLY BOXED HORNBY DUBLO, boxed rolling stock to include 'Esso' tanker, 'Royal
Daylight' tanker, 'Power Petrol' tanker, two LNER coaches (silver wheels) D1 'Lichfield' Signal Cabin,
trackside accessories and track etc (parcel) £80-100

523             A BOXED HORNBY DUBLO 4-6-0 LOCOMOTIVE AND TENDER, No.4075 'Cardiff Castle'
£40-60

524           A BOXED HORNBY DUBLO ELECTRIC MOTOR COACH, (brake/2nd) No.5.65326, and
two unboxed coaches No.5.41060 and 5.43374 (3) £100-150

525            BOXED AND UNBOXED HORNBY DUBLO, to include passenger coaches, T.P.O. Mail
Van Set, wagons and trackside accessories (two parcels) £80-100

526            A METTOY FRICTION DRIVE VANWALL RACING CAR, green metal livery, and a
German tinplate clockwork cat with bell (2) £40-50

527             A BOXED CORGI TOYS CITROEN SAFARI OLYMPIC WINTER SPORTS, No.475, with ski's,
poles and skier £50-70

528             A BOXED CORGI TOYS GHIA-FIAT 600 JOLLY, No.240, and boxed Heinkel Economy
Car, No.233 (2) £50-70

529            UNBOXED AND ASSORTED CORGI AND LESNEY DIECASTS, to include Popeye Paddle
Wagon, Monkee Mobile, James Bond Aston Martin DB5, Toyota 2000 GT, UNCLE Oldsmobile, Chitty
Chitty Bang Bang, Kennel Club Chevrolet, Walls Ice Cream Van, two Batmobiles etc (parcel) £80-100

								
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