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					1                A POUCH CONTAINING FOUR LARGE BRASS MEDALLIONS, (75mm) Commemorating The
Coronation of Ferdinand I of Austria becoming The King of Bohemia in Prague on the 7th September
1836, the medallions show the bust of his wife Maria Anna of Savoy the sixth child of Victor Emmanuel
of Sardinia, interestingly, the date on the reverse is shown as MCCCXXXVI, sold together with a few
silver threepences £20-40

2               A GROUP OF FIVE WWI SILKS - THE BUFFS, A.O.C., R.E, R.A.M.C., R.F.A. (5) £20-30

3               A GEORGE III THIRD-GUINEA 1803, a few spots on obverse otherwise gvf £110-140

4               A GEORGE III QUARTER-GUINEA, 1762, nef £230-280

5               A GEORGE II SHILLING 1758, gvf £40-60

6               A GEORGE II SHILLING, 1750 (possibly), (five over four, round O in date), gf £30-50

7                A PARCEL CONTAINING BRITISH COINS IN COPPER, BRONZE AND BRASS, including 1893
halfpenny e.f., with lustre, 1884 penny f but with some lustre, 1843 half farthing f, etc, some later issues
in v.f and better condition £35-55

8               A PARCEL CONTAINING SEVERAL PRE 47 HALFCROWNS, two shillings, bronze pennies
and farthings, most in e.f condition £30-50

9                TWO PARCELS CONTAINING PRE 47 SILVER, cupro nickel, brass threepences and
farthings, most in e.f condition £30-50

10              A PARCEL CONTAINING TWENTY SIX LOW GRADE SMALL ROMAN BRONZES, from the
constantine period and later (26) £20-40

11             A PAIR OF PRINCESS MARY WWI TINS, both in good condition and sold with unrelated
contents (2) £30-50

12            A BOXED SET OF FOUR WWII MEDALS AND ENTITLEMENT SLIP TO MR H.L. BOSWORTH
1939-1945 STAR, Burma Star, Defence and War medal, all as issued with ribbons and four cloth badges
(8) £20-40

13             A WWI PAIR TO M2-226379 PTE. F. BLURTON A.S.C., together with a 1914-15 Star to 54-
109454 PTE. P. Uren A.S.C. and a Victoria Jubilee medallion (4) £20-40

14              A MEMORIAL PLAQUE TO ALFRED LUETCHFORD, together with memorial slip, original
card cover and photo copied information from the Commonwealth War Graves Commission £40-60

15              A MILITARY MEDAL GROUP OF FOUR TO 2322 FTR. GNR. J.W. ADAMS C75/BDE. R.F.A.,
PTE. J.W. ADAMS N. STAFF. R. ON 1914-15 STAR, CPL. on War and Victory medals, court mounted and
ribbon bar together with an un-named Victoria Old Head Volunteer Long Service and Good Conduct
medal, ribbon missing, an Imperial Yeomanry Long Service and Good Conduct medal to 291 CPL. J.
Adams Staff I.Y. and a Victorian Shooting medal, the last four possibly to the father of J.W. Adams
together with an unassociated 1914-15 Star to R.M.B. 1765 MUS. H. Hides £700-1000

15A             A CASED GEORGE VI SPECIMEN COIN SET, 1937 £80-120

16              A GROUP OF SIX SILVER (MAINLY) FOOTBALL MEDALS FROM 1921 LONDON AREA, and a
bronze playing card medal (7) £25-40

17              A FAMILY GROUP CONSISTING (FATHER) INDIA MEDAL WITH THE RELIEF OF CHITRAL
1895 CLASP, Queen's South Africa medal 2nd type reverse with ghost dates and five clasps - Tugela
heights, Orange Free state, relief of Ladysmith, Transvaal, Laing's Nek, Kings South Africa medal with the
South Africa medal 1901, 1902 clasps all to 2589 PTE. Francis Jewkes 1st BN. Devon Regt. on Q.S.A.
medal, PTE. W. on K.S.A. which is understood to be a genuine error, these displayed as worn, together
with a 1914-15 Star Trio to 14708 PTE. F. Jewkes Devon. R. followed with (Son) General Service medal
1918-62 with the Palestine clasp to 4341855 PTE. J.T. Jewkes S.Staff. R., Burma Star, Defence and War
medal (10) £350-450

18              A MEMORIAL PLAQUE TO WILLIAM GREGORY SMITH, attached to a wooden shield v.f
£35-55

19             A WWI 1914-15 STAR TRIO TO 12095 PTE. R. ADAMS DORSET R., together with a silver
War badge, two cap badges, Disabled soldier's Handbook and an English - French Booklet for the use of
the Expeditionary Forces £30-50

20                A PARCEL CONTAINING SIX WWII MEDALS WITH ENTITLEMENT SLIP WITH STARS 1939-
45, Atlantic, Africa with the North Africa 1942-43 clasp, Pacific with the Burma clasp, Italy and War
medal together with the equivalent in miniature, these displayed as worn £40-60

21              A PARCEL CONTAINING U.S.A. MORGAN DOLLAR 1921, e.f, half dollar 1964 e.f, special
mint set 1966 unc, Falkland Islands 1983 set, Malawi mint set 1971, Southern Rhodesia Crown 1953 gf
but stained on reverse etc £20-30

22              A VICTORIA OLD HEAD SOVEREIGN, 1900 F £140-160

23              A VICTORIA OLD HEAD SOVEREIGN, 1900 M, vf, pendant mounted with gold surround
and 22 inch gold chain £170-200

24              AN EDWARD VII SOVEREIGN, 1907 S, e.f, with loose 9ct gold surround £150-170

25              A GEORGE III GUINEA, 1789, gf, brooch mounted with gold surround £150-200

26              A GOLD COIN BRACELET, with two Chile 5 Pesos 1895 and a Peru 1/5 Libra 1907 £100-
150

27              A MILITARY 9CT AND ENAMEL BROOCH, as an officers shoulder pip £50-70
28               A QUANTITY OF CROWN SIZE COINS, U.K., Bermunda, Gibraltar, Guernsey, Isle of Man
including five pounds coins cover 2001, Gibraltar D-Day landing crown 2004, U.K. ECU mint set 1992 by
coincraft, U.S.A. five x gold plated statehood quarter dollars 1999 by the Morgan mint in box of issue
with certificate of authenticity etc £20-40

29             A PLASTIC BOX CONTAINING FOUR X MODERN FIVE POUNDS, eight x two pounds, small
amount of pre 47 silver, proof sets 1971, 1977, banknotes, commemorative medallions, foreign coins etc
(heavy) £50-70

30              A 1914-15 STAR AND WAR MEDAL TO R-12974 PTE. A.C. GILLAM K.R. RIF. C, Victory
medal to 283400 PNR. W. Cross R.E., a boxed set of four WWII medals and Entitlement slip to N.W.
Cooper ESQ, with Stars 1939-1945, Burma, Defence and War medal, two further Stars 1939 and Africa,
cloth badges, buttons, photographs, tea cards etc £40-60

30A            A QUEEN VICTORIA SOVEREIGN, 1900, ring mounted, and a 9ct band (2) £150-180

31               A BOX CONTAINING AN ACCUMALATION OF BRITISH COINS, with crowns 1845 nf, 1935
gf, 1951 unc, Florin gf, silver threepences, halfpenny 1806 vf, a quantity of modern and pre - decimal
coinage most in ef including two pound and one pound coins, part sets, together with a coin album
containing mainly foreign coins, O'Brien ten shillings note XIIY etc £55-75

32             A SILVER CAPSTAN INKSTAND, Birmingham 1921 £40-50

33              A CLEAR CUT GLASS INK BOTTLE, with tortoiseshell and silver hinged coved, Chester
1917 (s.d.) £30-40

34             A MINIATURE SILVER HIP FLASK, Sheffield 1895, and a miniature silver Aladin nightlight
(2) £40-50

35               A WWII GERMAN RAILWAY SILVER FORK, made by Bruckman & Sohne, the finial with
eagle over Swastika and 'D.R' monogram, No.242, (Notes: It is thought that this flatware was used by
high ranking officials, including the Fuhrer onboard German trains) £70-80

36             A FOUR PIECE SILVER BOMBE TEASET, Birmingham 1968, (approximately 1618g all in) (4)
£350-450

37             A PAIR OF GEORGIAN SILVER SUGAR TONGS, maker BBL(?), London 1766,
(approximately 72g) £40-50

38             A JAMES DEAKIN PIERCED SILVER BASKET, Sheffield 1929 (approximately 417g) £70-90

39            A TABLE CIGARETTE CASKET OF HUNTING INTEREST, engraved 'Badsworth Hunt 1932',
Birmingham 1932 £30-40

40              AN EDWARDIAN WALKER & HALL PLATED THREE BRANCH CANDELABRUM, of
neoclassical design, height 53cm £50-60
41             A CLEAR CUT GLASS OVOID SCENT BOTTLE AND STOPPER, white metal collar £20-30

42             A PAIR OF REPOUSEE BON BON DISHES, Birmingham marks (2) £60-80

43             THREE BIRMINGHAM SILVER VESTA CASES (3) £40-60

44             A .925 SILVER SNUFF BOX, gilt interior £50-60

45             A .925 SILVER SNUFF BOX, cherubs dance scene to lid £50-60

46             A .925 SILVER SNUFF BOX, musical scene to lid £50-60

47             A MINIATURE SILVER TOAST RACK, Sheffield 1909, a trinket dish and miniature photo
frame (3) £60-80

48             A MIXED PARCEL OF MAINLY SILVER FLATWARE, Georgian and later £70-90

49               A CASED SET OF FOUR SILVER CONDIMENTS, London 1893, (four assorted labels), and a
pair of Victorian plated salts of Regency Revival design (2) £40-50

50             THREE ITEMS OF SILVER HALLMARKED HOLLOWARE, and a pair of plated fish servers (5)
£50-60

50A            A BRASS CALENDAR MEDALLION, 1810, (s.d. near the date) £20-30

51             A PAIR OF TAPERED CANDLESTICKS, Birmingham 1913 (2) £50-60

52             A FOLDING TRAVEL TIMEPIECE, Birmingham 1924 £100-150

53             A BRITANNIA HELMET SHAPED CREAM JUG, London 1780 £50-60

54              A CLEAR CUT GLASS COSMETIC JAR, Walker & Hall silver guilloche enamel pull-off cover,
Sheffield 1951 £40-50

55             TWO GEORGIAN SILVER SUGAR NIPS (2) £40-60

56             A HUNTING SNUFF BOX, Birmingham 1899 £80-120

57             A GOLDSMITHS BON BON DISH, London 1908, and a miniature cream jug (2) £40-60

58             A GEORGIAN 'SHERRY' BOTTLE TICKET, (marks indistinct) £40-60

59             A GEORGIAN CASTING LADLE, turned wooden handle, and a later Dutch example (2)
£40-60

60             A PARCEL OF FRENCH FLATWARE (17) £20-30

61             A CASED SET OF SIX PASTRY FORKS, Birmingham 1924 £30-40
62             A CASED FIVE PIECE CONDIMENT SET, Birmingham 1941, (three ladles) £70-80

63             A CANTEEN OF DESSERT KNIVES AND FORKS, Sheffield 1867, ivory handles £150-200

64            A PAIR OF HESTER BATEMAN SILVER TABLE SPOONS, London 1776, and a Hester
Bateman dessert spoon, London 1776, 171g (3) £70-100

65            A SET OF THREE GEORGE III SILVER TABLESPOONS, fiddle pattern, monogrammed,
makers mark BC and N, London, 221g (3) £50-80

66             A GEORGE V SILVER AND CROCODILE SKIN HIP FLASK, makers mark C.C, Chester 1926
£40-60

67             A GEORGE V SILVER TABLE CIGARETTE BOX, with engine turned decoration, makers
mark CLS, London 1919 £60-80

68             A GEORGE V SILVER AND TORTOISESHELL PART DRESSING TABLE SET, London 1923, and
another hairbrush £40-60

69            A SILVER PLATED MAGNUM WINE BOTTLE COASTER, with gadroom rim, and pierced
decoration £80-100

70           A MODERN SILVER WINE BOTTLE COASTER, with pierced decoration and turned base,
makers mark MCH, London 1984 £50-60

70A            A GEORGE UNITE TEA CADDY SCOOP, Birmingham 1864, mother of pearl handle £40-60

71           TWO SILVER TRINKET BOXES, one circular with chased decoration, the other square with
hammered decoration, both covers off (2) £30-40

72               AN EDWARD VII SILVER ASHTRAY, a Victorian silver napkin ring, a white metal ashtray
and a dish in the form of a canoe (4) £70-100

73             A PAIR OF SILVER BERRY SPOONS, London 1792, later decoration, cased £100-150

74             A GEORGE V SILVER AND BLUE GLASS LINED MUSTARD, and a later spoon, a cut glass
and silver mounted dressing table pot and brush, and a pair of sugar nips (3) £60-80

75             AN EDWARD VII PIERCED SILVER AND BLUE GLASS LINED SWING HANDLE SUGAR BOWL,
Chester 1908 and a later sifter spoon (2) £70-100

76             A WALKER & HALL SILVER CHRISTENING MUG, Sheffield 1921, and another, Birmingham
1956 (2) £100-150

77              GILRUNAN, RAYMOND ALFRED (1950), Highland scene with cattle watering, oils on
board, signed lower left, gilt frame, 18cm x 23cm £50-70
78              STUBBINGS, FRED (XX), 'Azaleas in the Woodland Dfomenagh Iver Heath Buck's', oils on
board, signed and dated (19)37 lower right, titled verso, framed, 30cm x 40cm £80-100

79             COX, MARJORIE (1915-2003) 'Needle, Roly and Pandy', pastel/paper, signed and dated
1967, framed, 45cm x 52cm £150-200

80             WORSLEY, M (XX), 'Petunias', watercolour, signed lower right, RIPW gallery label verso,
framed, 35cm x 40cm £50-80

80A            A CLARICE CLIFF BIZARRE TEAPOT, 'Damask Rose' pattern, 5917, Newport Pottery
backstamp, height 13cm £70-100

81             ROUSE, M (?) (XIX), 'Cross Stone Church', watercolour, indistinctly signed lower right,
framed, 20cm x 32cm £40-50

82              BARTOLOZZI, FRANCESCO (1727-1815), a series of three cupid prints after Cipriani,
1780/82/85, in later eglomise frames, largest 45cm x 30cm (3) £50-70

83             LONGMIRE, WILLIAM TAYLOR (1841-1914), Lake District view, watercolour heightened,
signed and dated 1875 lower left, framed, 28cm x 45cm £40-60

84              MCGOWAN, J.S.C (?) (XIX), mountainous landscape and JW (monogram) 'Harlech',
watercolours, framed, 26cm x 37cm (2) £40-50

85              MACBETH, A, (XIX-XX), 'Top of the Pass', watercolour, signed, framed, 40cm x 50cm and
'Glen Nevis, 1851', watercolour, indistinctly signed, framed, 34cm x 50cm (2) £40-60

86            VINCCI (XX), a pair of Venetian scenes, oils on board, signed lower left, framed, 19cm x
38cm (2) £120-150

87              A STEVENS OF COVENTRY WOVEN SILK PICTURE, 'Phoebus and Aurora', framed, 7cm x
16cm £30-40

88             AN ELKINGTON & CO GILT ELECTROTYPE CIRCULAR WALL PLAQUE, mid 19th Century,
signed, Rd.No.10332, diameter 40cm, contemporary cushion frame £200-300

89               KERR, ELIZABETH LAMORNA (1905-1990), (daughter of S.J. Lamorna Birch), arched
bridge, oils on board, signed lower left, 28cm x 35cm £50-80

90               ROSS, ANNE (RCA) (1946), 'Fabric and Flowers', oils on canvas, monogram lower right,
titled verso, framed, 30cm x 25cm £100-150

91           SMITH, TONY (XX), Sports Car, oils on board, signed and dated (19)71 lower left, framed,
30cm x 75cm £70-90

92           RIDINGS, BRIAN (1916-2008), cottages, oils on board, monogram lower left, framed,
14cm x 20cm £20-30
93               RIDINGS, BRIAN (1916-2008), 'Moor Hall Drive Sutton Coldfield' and 'In the Park', oils on
board, signed, framed, 17cm x 24cm (2) £40-60

94              RIDINGS, BRIAN (1916-2008), 'In the Park', oils on board, framed, 24cm x 34cm £20-30

95              RIDINGS, BRIAN (1916-2008), 'Barges at Pinmill', oils on board, signed, framed, 30cm x
44cm £30-50

96              RIDINGS, BRIAN (1916-2008), 'Moor Hall Drive', oils on board, signed, framed, 52cm x
45cm £50-80

97           HYDE, E (XX), two kittens on a wall, watercolour heightened, signed lower left, 32cm x
22cm £120-150

98              HYDE, E (XX), A letter to Santa (original for Royles Greeting Cards), watercolour
heightened, signed lower right, mounted, 25cm x 20cm £80-100

99           GRISE, HENDRIK (1917-1982), seated female nude, ink/watercolour, signed lower right,
65cm x 50cm £70-90

100             GRISE, HENDRIK (1917-1982), reclining female nude, ink/watercolour, signed and dated
(19)81 lower right, 50cm x 65cm £70-90

100A            TWO RECENT MINIATURE STEIFF ANIMALS, and an unmarked miniature golden plush
bear (3) £50-70

101          GRISE, HENDRIK (1917-1982), seated female nude, ink/watercolour, signed lower right,
65cm x 50cm £70-90

102             WELBURN, K. ROSS (XIX-XX), reclining male nude, watercolour, signed, 26cm x 46cm
£30-40

103            WELBURN, K. ROSS (XIX-XX), four studies of female nudes, watercolours, signed, largest
32cm x 50cm, (two on one sheet of paper) (3) £80-120

104           WELBURN, K. ROSS (XIX-XX), two studies of female nudes, charcoal/watercolour, signed,
70cm x 50cm (2) £100-150

105          GRUBB, CATHERINE (XX), 'The King', etching, No.14/30, signed and dates 1973, framed,
45cm x 60cm £100-150

106             MANDER, WILLIAM HENRY (1850-1922), two figures beside falls, watercolour
heightened, signed and dated 1914 lower left, framed, 28cm x 36cm £50-70

107          COLLINS, MICHAEL (XX), design for a stained glass window, watercolour, framed, 38cm x
55cm £80-100
108            HOGARTH, WILLIAM (1697-1764) (ATTRIBUTED), study of a classical bust, ink/paper,
unsigned, framed, 18cm x 13cm (Provenance: George Meily collection) £50-70

109            DAGLISH, PETER WILLIAM (1930), 'Lady Myra', woodblock print, No.1/10, signed,
framed, 60cm x 45cm (Provenance: George Meily collection) £50-70

110            BALLANCE, PERCY DES CARRIERES (1899-1970), rural winter landscape, watercolour,
signed and dated (19)67 lower right, framed, 50cm x 60cm £50-60

111            RAYWORTH, WILLIAM (XIX-XX), still life study of flowers, on opaque glass, signed,
framed, 21cm x 17cm £50-70

112             SEVERN, ARTHUR (1842-1931), a letter to Miss Dolly dated 1883 with a coastal sketch,
signed, framed, 16cm x 10cm £50-70

113             BONE, DAVID MUIRHEAD (1876-1953), small sketch of an Italian villa, pencil, attributed
verso, framed, 6cm x 9cm, (Provenance: collection of Squadron Leader Kenneth Jay Lane Baker) £20-30

114            MOLTINO, FRANCIS (1818-1874) 'Venice', oils on canvas, signed lower right, titled verso,
framed, 60cm x 50cm (s.d.) £50-80

115             RUSSIAN SCHOOL, mid 20th Century, 'Proposed Rebuilding of the Centre of Sofia,
Bulgaria', watercolour, signed 'PV Ces (?) lower left, 45cm x 52cm £50-60

116            BERMUDAN SCHOOL, 20th Century, two prints, indistinctly signed, largest 60cm x 46cm
(2) £30-40

117             CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, 20th Century, a middle eastern landscape with figure
foreground, oils on canvas laid down, unsigned, 76cm x 130cm £30-40

118             AFTER EDWARD PENNY, 'Marquis of Granby relieving a poor soldier and his family', oils
on canvas, unsigned, titled verso, framed, 38cm x 60cm £120-150

119            CLARCK, J, (XX), a coaching scene, oils on canvas, signed lower left, framed, 40cm x
96cm, and Wythes, D.M., a rural scene, oils on canvas, signed and dated 1920 lower right, framed, 45cm
x 60cm (2) £80-100

120             A TEXTILE SAMPLER, strawberry border, tree of life, worked in coloured threads on
coarse linen by Marjorie Kathlean Procter, 1932, framed, 65cm x 52cm £50-60

121           INDIAN SCHOOL, 20th Century, a pair of gouche illustrations, unsigned, framed, 37cm x
23cm (2) £40-60

122          FILARSKI, DIRK (1885-1964), rolling landscape with trees, print, No.6/30, signed, framed,
44cm x 28cm £30-40
123            WELBURN, IRENE. A (act. c.1936 - 1940), canal lock, oils on board, signed lower right,
framed, 60cm x 90cm £80-100

124           FULLWOOD, JOHN, girl with sheep beside a lake, watercolour, signed lower right, 49cm
x 75cm £150-250

125              WILLIAMS, WARREN, ARCA, (1867-1914),a pair of watercolours, fishing boat by a shore
and girl on a path by river, signed, 28.5 cm x 47cm (2) £250-300

126           EDWARDIAN SCHOOL, a half length circular portrait of a young lady, oils on canvas laid
down, unsigned, gilt frame, diameter 60cm £100-120

127            THE AUSTRALIAN BOWLING TEAM, two framed and glazed pennants for 1930 and 1950
matches played in Warwickshire (2) £40-60

128             CALNAN, G (XX), four marine oils, signed and dated, 70cm x 92cm (4) £50-80

129           CALNAN, G (XX), two large marine oils, signed and dated 1973 and 1982, largest 92cm x
120cm (2) £50-70

130             CALNAN, G (XX), two marine oils, signed and dated, framed, 55cm x 72cm (2) £40-50

130A          A POURED WAX HEAD DOLL, German, late 19th/early 20th Century, wearing a bonnet,
height 36cm £70-90

131             CALNAN, G (XX), five marine oils and one landscape, signed, 55cm x 78cm (6) £50-70

132             CALNAN, G (XX), three marine watercolours, signed, framed, largest 42cm x 58cm (3)
£30-40

133             CALNAN, G (XX), a series of rolled up marine oils/watercolours £40-50

134             A WESTERN ELECTRIC TABLE CANDLESTICK TELEPHONE, 1913 Patent on the vulcanite
earpiece, original cables, height 31cm £40-50

135             A BOXED BAKELITE CONTEX ADDING MACHINE, c.1940's, width 22cm (box s.d.) £30-40

136             A WATSON 'SERVICE' MONOCULAR MICROSCOPE, No.34575, black enamelled and brass,
in fitted mahogany carrying case £50-80

137              A GEORGE III WALNUT TEA CADDY, mahogany strung and inlaid, triple division fitted
interior with central glass mixing bowl, width 31cm £50-80

138            A BOXED EDWARDIAN JAQUES TABLE BILLIARD SET, the inner lid incorporating a
scoreboard, four balls, six pockets, two cues (no table cloth), together with three croquet sticks (4) £70-
90
139            AN EDWARDIAN 15CT MOUNTED PARASOL, London 1904, length 90cm, (handle s.d.)
£50-60

140            A BOXED MAGIC LANTERN PROJECTOR, brass and enamelled, a smaller example (2)
£40-60

141            A FOSTER SIGNAL LAMP FOR WARWICKSHIRE CONSTABULARY, and another lamp (2)
£20-30

142             A VICTORIAN OAK TANTALUS OF RAILWAY INTEREST, extensively carved with vines,
silver mounts, three clear cut glass decanters, Midland Railway presentation plaque dated 1892, width
37cm, (key), (one decanter s.d.) £150-180

143            AN ARTS & CRAFTS BRASS/COPPER HOT TRAY, width 68cm £40-50

144            AN ARTS & CRAFTS COPPER JARDINIERE ON STAND, of Newlyn type, height 74cm £30-
50

145             ANTIQUE PEWTER, to include a lidded flagon with Dublin touchmark, lidded tankard
engraved 'Oriel College 1862', eleven plates/platters, cracker jar etc (s.d.) (parcel) £50-80

146            A CASED HSINGHAI CLARINET, nickel fittings £30-40

147            A BOXED PIANO CHORD HARP, early 20th Century, with sheet music £30-40

148            FIVE ECCLES PROTECTOR LAMPS, Types SL/SR (5) £40-50

149            FIVE ECCLES PROTECTOR LAMPS, Types SL/SR (5) £40-50

150            A CANTONESE ENAMEL LOBED BALUSTER VASE, decorated with panels of exotic birds
and blossom, height 33cm, converted into a table lamp base with shade £40-60

151            AN OAK SMOKERS CABINET, double bevelled glazed doors opening to a fitted interior of
drawers and pigeon holes, presentation plaque dated 1924, height 62cm, width 55cm £80-100

152            AN OVAL HARDWOOD SIDEBOARD TRAY, extensive mother of pearl inlay to form a
landscape scene with figures and birds, width 70cm £80-100

153              AN ORIENTAL TEMPLE BELL, suspended within a fret carved hardwood frame with silver
thread inlay, height 38cm £50-60

154              A POST OFFICE CANDLESTICK TELEPHONE, No.150, c.1920's black bakelite mouthpiece,
fitted with an enamel numeric dial, braided flex cords £40-60

155               A POST OFFICE CANDLESTICK TELEPHONE, No.150, c.1920's, black bakelite mouthpiece,
dial fascia, braided flex £40-60
156              AN ART DECO PYE WIRELESS MODEL P, (introduced 1933), walnut case with rising sun
motif grille, mains operated, height 47cm £50-60

157            ANTIQUE PEWTER, to include three baluster tankards, and four dinner plates, (all with
touchmarks) (s.d.) (7) £50-60

158              ANTIQUE TAXIDERMY, a baby crocodile (crocodylus actus), with glass eyes, length 92cm,
a tribal spear and a pair of hardwood tribal face plaques (4) £40-60

159          A FOOT OPERATED DENTAL DRILL, early 20th Century, marked D.M. Co Ltd, height
138cm £30-40

160            A WILLIAMSON RAF GUN CAMERA, Type G-45, No.14434, 24 volts, with magazine, width
31cm £50-60

160A           A MOORCROFT MINIATURE ORCHID VASE, with paper Queen Mary label, height 10cm
£60-70

161            AN ADAMS MINEX DE LUXE BOX CAMERA, in carrying case with lenses and accessories
£80-120

162             A MAHOGANY AND BRASS PLATE CAMERA, late 19th Century, with three plate
magazines, in canvas carrying case £80-120

163             ASSORTED CAMERAS AND LENSES, to include a Minolta 16 spy camera, Bell & Howell
1:4.5 75-260mm lens, Voightlander Bessa camera, Voightlander Brilliant camera, Praktica, two Cine -
Kodaks etc, (parcel) £70-90

164              A SANDERSON MAHOGANY AND BRASS PLATE CAMERA, Thornton Pickard Shutter, Beck
lens, three 4.5 x 6.5 plate holders and a tripod £150-180

165              A MORLEY AND COOPER MAHOGANY AND BRASS PLATE CAMERA, Dunscombe of Bristol
retailer, two 6.5 x 4.5 plate holders £100-150

166            TWO MAGIC LANTERNS, one in tin case, and a small box of glass slides £30-40

167            A MAHOGANY STUDIO PLATE CAMERA, extending base and an 8 x 6.5 plate holder £80-
100

168             A NATIONAL CAMERA CO MAHOGANY AND BRASS PLATE CAMERA, Beck lens, two 5 by
7inch plate holders £80-100

169            A MAHOGANY AND BRASS PLATE CAMERA, Taverne Lens, three 6.5 x 4.5 plate holders
£80-100

170             A LONDON STEREOSCOPIC MAGAZINE CAMERA, a magazine box cat film camera and
five assorted box cameras (7) £50-60
171             A ROCHESTER CYCLE POCO, No.3 camera, a Kodak No.2A folding pocket Brownie, and
two others (4) £50-60

172            A HOUGHTON FOLDING REFLEX WITH A ZEISS JENA LENS, 9 x 12 plate, and carrycase,
and a CP Goerz Berlin Stereo plate camera, with changing bay and plate holders £70-90

173             A ZEISS IKON NETTEL FOLDING STRUT PLATE CAMERA, with Tessa 4.5 lens, plate holders
and leather case £30-40

174            A WATSON & SON MAHOGANY TAILBOARD CAMERA, 6.5 x 4.5 plates, extra lens, and a
wooden 4 x 3 plate camera, three plated holders, a Zeiss folding camera and a Kodak 3.25 x 4.25 plate
camera £50-80

175             A KODAK 16MM CINE CAMERA, model BB Junior, a Eumig C3R 8mm Cine camera and
three other Cine cameras (5) £30-40

176           A MAHOGANY HAND PLATE CAMERA, 4.75 x 6 plate, TP shutter, leather case and
Waterhouse stops £150-180

177             A RUSSIAN LEICA ELEVEN COPY, gold plate, snake skin covered body and Luft Waffe
mark to lens cover £50-60

178            A LEICA 111A CAMERA, No.169 683, with Summar five lens, in leather case £70-90

179         A G25 AIRCRAFT MOVIE CAMERA GUN, a G45 camera gun with long lens, and a Jerome
N1 70mm Automatic military camera £70-90

180            A ROSEWOOD STEREOSCOPIC VIEWER, a cigarette card viewer, Coronet 3D camera, a
Kodak No2 Stereo Brownie, and a parcel of Stereoscopic cards, including some risque examples £50-60

181            APPROXIMATELY 650 GLASS MAGIC LANTERN SLIDES, to include Britain, Italy, Palestine,
people, famous and astronomy, (in six wooden boxes) £40-50

182            A ZEISS CAMEO FOLDING PLATE CAMERA, Retina 1A and 2A cameras and a Ricoh Auto
half camera £20-30

183             A KODAK 3A AUTOGRAPHIC SPECIAL MODEL B ROLL FILM CAMERA, and Eastman Kodak
A122 large folding roll film camera, a No.3 autographic model H, and two others £40-60

184            A HAWK EYE 127 CAMERA, a Zeiss Baby Box Tengor, an Eljy Lumiere miniature, a Kodak
127 Vest Pocket camera, and a Houghton Ensignette No.2 £20-30

185              A SMALL PARCEL OF CAMERAS, to include a Minolta A5, Arti six bakelite, Purma, Agfa
120, Argus I Lex, and others £20-30

186           TWO AUTOGRAPHIC A120, an Ensign Greyhound 120, Houghton Butcher Ensign 120,
Kodak London OV 120, and a Soho Pilot bakelite 120 camera £20-30
187             A PARCEL OF CAMERAS, to include Seagull twin lens, Hawkette No.2 bakelite, Ensign, all
distance Trichro, Soho model B, Kodak Vest Pocket Series 3, and a Brownie Six -20 £30-40

188              A PARCEL OF CAMERAS, to include Houghton Butcher No.4, Kershaw Eight - 20,
Voigtlander Brilliant, Zeiss Ikon Derval, Ensign Pocket 20 and an Agfa 120 £20-30

189              A PARCEL OF VINTAGE CAMERA ACCESSORIES, to include a Dallmeyer lens with flange,
tripod, plate holders, darkroom trays etc £20-30

190             A BOX OF ASSORTED PHOTOGRAPHIC CAMERA PLATES OF VARIOUS SIZES

190A            A CIRCULAR EKCO RADIO, Model A22, c.1945, in 'walnut' bakelite case, designed by
Wells Coates, height 36cm £250-300

191               A GERMAN THIRD REICH FIRE DEPT DRESS DAGGER, textured bakelite grip, reversed
quillons, single edged fullered blade stamped 'Puma', metal scabbard, leather frog, length 36cm £30-40

192              A GREAT WAR KNIFE BAYONET, Arabic script marked blade, metal scabbard, leather
frog, length 39cm, a British LIA3 knife bayonet, a WWII military folding pocket knife, five items of trench
art and a pair of field binoculars (9) £50-60

193           A GEORGE V PATTERN DRESS SWORD, wire bound shagreen grip, Robert Mole
damascened proofmarked blade, leather scabbard, length 100cm (pitted) £50-60

194            A GERMAN WWII M1884 PATTERN BAYONET, blade stamped 'JWH', No.8162, metal
scabbard dated 1942, length 40cm £20-30

195             A WWI AMERICAN M1917 SWORD BAYONET, Remington blade dated 1917, US
markings, leather scabbard and frog, length 58cm, an antique bamboo swordstick, machete, souvenir
dress sword and a cane tin (5) £40-50

196             A MULTI-SECTIONAL HORN WALKING CANE, early 20th Century, length 84cm £50-60

197             AN ANTIQUE SWORDSTICK, length 90cm, an antler handle cane and another (3) £40-60

198            A CAVALRY TRUNCHEON, in leather holster, length 56cm, and four other turned wooden
truncheons (5) £50-60

199             A TROPICAL HAT, and a bowler hat (2) £30-50

200            A SILVER TOPPED MALACCA WALKING CANE, Birmingham 1919, length 90cm, an antler
handled cane and a horn crook handled cane (3) £30-40

201              A C. BAKER OF BIRMINGHAM SIDE BY SIDE PERCUSSION CAP SHOTGUN, 19th Century,
12 bore barrel, length 75cm, (Note: Purchaser must hold a valid Shot Gun certificate) £70-80
202             A BELGIUM CENTINNIAL PERCUSSION REVOLVER, .44 calibre, No.4162, barrel length 8
inches, (with deactivation certificate) £80-100

203              A D.W.M. LUGER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL, 9mm calibre, No.2596, barrel leangth 4
inches, in holster (with deactivation certificate) £150-250

204             THREE BAYONETS, to include a 1907 SMLE, an 1869 Yatagan sword bayonet and an
Enfield Yatagan sword bayonet (3) £40-60

205            THREE 12 BORE CARTRIDGE ROLL TURNOVER TOOLS, (one incomplete) (3) £30-40

206            FOUR EASTERN SABRES, one with a decorative hilt, the others plain, length 80cm (4)
£50-80

207            A PAIR OF SWISS MILITARY ZEISS BINOCULARS, 8 x 3, in tan leather pouch £30-40

208             A CHARLES OSBOURNE PERCUSSION CAP SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN, 19th Century, ramrod,
barrel length 77cm £50-60

208A           A LUDOLPH BREMERHAVEN NAVAL SEXTANT, with ‘Nicholls’s Concise Guide’, 1925 (2)
£50-60

209            A SUITCASE OF MILITARY ATTIRE, to include a naval cap, tunic and trousers, khaki wares,
webbed belts, two folding pocket knives, two heraldic shields, two kit bags etc £40-50

209A           A CASED PHASING TESTER £50-60

210            A VICTORIAN GREEN DUMPY GLASS PAPERWEIGHT, floral inclusion, height 9cm £20-30

211            A CLEWS CHAMELEON WARE JUG, geometric 'Aztec' decoration, height 20cm, and an
Ikadom Studio Pottery dish decorated with a galleon, diameter 27cm (2) £50-60

212            A PAIR OF DOULTON SLATERS PATENT BOTTLE VASES, early 20th Century, height 40cm
(2) £120-150

213            A WHITE STAR LINE DESSERT PLATE, early 20th Century, diameter 23cm £40-50

214            A VICTORIAN STONEWARE JUG, hinged pewter cover, moulded hunting dogs to frieze,
lozenge mark, height 18cm £30-50

215           TWO FIELDINGS 'FLIP YOUR ASHES ON OLD NASTY' MINIATURE CHAMBER POTS, height
4cm, and an RAF bar brooch (3) £50-60

216           A DOULTON LAMBETH DEWAR'S WHISKY ADVERTISING JUG, late 19th Century, No.7305,
height 14cm £50-80

217             A WHITEFRIARS TANGERINE SUNBURST VASE, designed by Geoffrey Baxter, height 15cm
and a Whitefriars Kingfisher coffin vase, height 13cm (2) £70-90
218             A MINTON HOLLINS PAPERWEIGHT, early 20th Century, width 11cm (s.d.) £30-40

219            A SET OF SIX MEISSEN CABINET PLATES, late 19th/early 20th Century, pierced borders,
blue cornflower design, blue printed oval and impressed marks, diameter 23cm (s.d.) (6) £70-90

220              A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE OCTAGONAL SOUP PLATE, 18th Century, width 22cm, a
similar plate with blue landscape scene and a 19th Century blue and white ginger jar (s.d.) (3) £50-60

221             FIVE ORIENTAL BLUE AND WHITE CIRCULAR PLAQUES, 19th Century, three decorated
with figure scenes, diameter 31cm (s.d.) (5) £80-100

222             A PAIR OF ROYAL WORCESTER BLUSH IVORY POT-POURRIS, c.1894, No.1314, height
11cm, (missing covers) (2) £50-60

223             A LOCKE WORCESTER MINIATURE BOTTLE VASE, c.1900, painted with a pheasant, signed
W. Stinton, No.469, height 10cm, (restorations), two miniature Locke blush ivory vases, a Royal
Worcester blush ivory cabinet plate and a Royal Worcester Durham Cathedral plate signed W. Nicholls,
c.1953 (5) £50-60

224             A CASED EUROPEAN PORCELAIN DEMITASSE SET, cobalt blue with soft gilt detailing, the
cups in pierced silver sleeves, Sheffield 1910, six silver spoons £80-100

225            A VICTORIAN RUBY VASELINE GLASS EPERGNE, with four jack in the pulpit trumpets,
wavy rim base, height 52cm £120-180

225A            A BEADWORK SPECTACLES CASE, and a similar beadwork finger purse (2) £20-30

226             A HARD PASTE FIGURE OF LADY IN 18TH CENTURY DRESS, blue interlaced 'L' mark,
height 12cm, (restored), a pair of small Meissen ribbon plates and a Dresden cabinet cup and saucer (4)
£40-50

227            A DERBY DUESBURY CABINET PLATE, early 19th Century, painted with floral sprays,
diameter 26cm, and a smaller pair similarly decorated, possibly Coalport (3) £40-50

228              A PAIR OF CANTONESE ENAMEL BALUSTER VASES, 19th Century, beast handles, soft
gilding, height 25cm (2) £40-60

229             A QIANLONG DESIGN BLUE AND WHITE BOMBE VASE, decorated with prunus blossom,
double blue circle mark, height 23cm, hardwood stand £70-90

230            A VICTORIAN YELLOW VASELINE GLASS STRAWBERRY SET, to include a covered bowl,
cream jug and dish (3) £50-60

231             A COALPORT PART TEA SERVICE, early 19th Century, pattern 295, with painted floral
cartouches and blue ground and gilt Prince of Wales feathers, comprising teapot, cover and stand,
sucrier and cover, slop bowl, tea and coffee cups and saucers (s.d.) (parcel)
 £80-120

232           A WHITEFRIARS TRIANGULAR CINNAMON BARK VASE, designed by Geoffrey Baxter,
height 18cm £50-70

233            AN ITALIAN MAIOLICA JUG, 'GU' (?) mark in script, height 19cm £30-40

234            A TROIKA COFFIN VASE, black script 'Troika' mark and monogram of Louise Jinks, height
18cm £70-90

235           A WHITEFRIARS TANGERINE DRUNKEN BRICKLAYER VASE, designed by Geoffrey Baxter,
height 21cm £100-150

236           A WHITEFRIARS TANGERINE DRUNKEN BRICKLAYER VASE, designed by Geoffrey Baxter,
height 21cm £100-150

237            A WHITEFRIARS TANGERINE TV VASE, designed by Geoffrey Baxter, height 17cm £120-
150

238            A CLARICE CLIFF MOONFLOWER VASE, shape 268, (s.d.) £80-120

239             A WHITEFRIARS STREAKY GREEN LARGE KNOBBLY VASE, designed by William Wilson and
Harry Dyer, height 24cm £100-150

240            A BOXED OKRA MERLINS WEBB IRIDESCENT GLASS SLEEVE VASE, height 25cm £80-120

241          A LOETZ IRIDESCENT TRAILED SURFACE BALUSTER VASE, early 20th Century, height
17cm £100-150

242            AN ORREFORS HEXAGONAL TAPERED VASE, mid 20th Century, etched galleon, designed
by Sven Palmqvist, etched mark and No. P.2869.136, height 18cm £40-60

243               A KOSTA SUNFLOWER VASE, early 1970's by Sigard Persson, cased in jade green over
clear crystal, flash cut rim border to form petals, height 20cm £80-120

244            A DOULTON STONEWARE INK POT, and a Mitchell's ceramic fountain ink (2) £20-30

245            A DUNHILL YELLOW METAL POCKET LIGHTER, in pouch, and a similar Dupont lighter (2)
£20-30

245A            A PAIR OF OPERA GLASSES, early 20th Century, gilt metal and enamelled incorporating
handle, in a pouch £70-100

246               A JAPANESE BRONZE TRIPOD VASE, Meiji, inlaid bi-metal cockerel on branch and bird in
flight, signed, height 16cm £40-60

247            A CAST IRON NEGRO MONEY BANK, height 17cm £30-40
248             AN ARTS & CRAFTS STYLE COPPER PLATE, heart motif border, diameter 30cm £30-40

249              A PLANET ROCKET TABLE LIGHTER, mid 20th Century, an Art Deco table lighter and a U-
Boat lighter (3) £40-50

250             AN ANTIQUE IVORY PUZZLE BALL ON STAND, height 28cm £50-80

251             A NOVELTY TIN MONEY BOX FORMED AS EDWARD VII's RAILWAY SALOON, transfer
decals, width 17cm (key), a jolly negro money box, Erasmic tin money box, a sixpenny piece bank and an
Oxo Zoo House tin (5) £80-100

252            A BRASS TEA KETTLE ON STAND, early 20th Century, angular design in the manner of
Christopher Dresser, height 30cm £50-60

253           A PAIR OF GEORGIAN BRASS EJECTOR CANDLESTICKS, slender tapered stems, height
22cm (2) £30-40

254            A PAIR OF OLIVEWOOD FRETWORK MINIATURE PICTURE FRAMES, early 20th Century,
height 25cm (2) £30-40

255             A EUROPEAN BRASS AND COPPER JEWEL CASKET, late 19th Century, Empire Revival
design, width 14cm (key) £40-50

256             THIRTY ONE BONE DRAUGHTS COUNTERS, in a straw parquetry box £30-40

257           A COLLECTION OF ASSORTED PENS, to include Parker Vacumatic, Parker Duofold, three
Conway Stewarts, Stephens Leverfill No.106, three silver Leverfill pens etc, (parcel) £50-70

258             A COLLECTION OF ASSORTED PENS, to include Parker, Conway Stewart, Mentmore,
Swan, Big Blackbird, Stephens, Osmiroid, Platignum, etc, (parcel) £150-200

259             A BOXED SILVER MORDAN EVERPOINT PROPELLING PENCIL, London 1931, another silver
propelling pencil, and Eversharp gold filled example, four lead cases etc, (parcel) £40-60

260               A WATERMAN'S PEN REPRESENTATIVES COLLECTION, to include travel pouch with four
lever-fill pens and two propelling pencils, together with a Demonstration lever-fill, seven other
Waterman's pens, pencils to include gold fret covered example etc, (parcel) £100-150

261             EDWARD PRINCE OF WALES, LATER EDWARD VIII, a 15ct gold and enamel tie pin gifted
to Police Sergeant 'R' 47 William Jones in 1923 as appreciation to Mr Jones for chauffeuring the Prince
back from Stratford on the last day of his visit to the Birmingham district, together with letter from St.
James' Palace, photographs of Mr Jones as chauffeur, Newspaper, and Royal car mascot, (parcel) £150-
180

262            A PAIR OF MEIJI BRONZE CYLINDER VASES, decorated with immortals and mons, signed,
height 20cm (2) £80-100
263            A BLUE NAILSEA TYPE TRUMPET VASE, 19th Century, in an ormolu stand cast as a crane
amongst foliage, height 21cm £40-50

263A          TWO PARKER DUOFOLD FOUNTAIN PENS, and propelling pencil, together with a
Watermans three piece pen/pencil set, (all in a kid pouch) (6) £80-100

264            A CARVED MEERSCHAUM PIPE, late 19th/early 20th Century, metal mounts, width 12cm
(s.d.) £80-100

265            A BOXED SET OF HAND-HELD APOTHECARY SCALES, 19th Century, glass bowls, circular
weights £30-40

266           A CASED PRESENTATION MINIATURE DRESS SWORD, in scabbard, the damascened blade
marked 'Duque de Caxias', length 15cm £50-60

267            A SWAN (MABIE TODD) FOUNTAIN PEN, encased in fretwork gold £200-300

268            AN 18K LADIES COCKTAIL WRISTWATCH, on a 9ct strap £80-120

269            AN ANTIQUE TURNED OAK WASSAIL BOWL AND COVER, height 27cm (s.d.) £30-40

270            AN EDWARDIAN TREEN FOB WATCH STAND, under a hinged glass dome, height 11cm
£20-30

271            AN ORMOLU BRITISH EMPIRE EXHIBITION INK STAND, 1924, Goldsmiths Co, width 8cm
£30-40

272            A NOVELTY TYROLEAN TREEN INKSTAND FORMED AS A COTTAGE, height 10cm £20-30

273            A VICTORIA 1887 JUBILEE METAL INK, formed as a drum, height 5cm £30-40

274           A MABIE TODD 'SWAN' PORTABLE BAKELITE INK POT, a Waterman's example and a
mottled brown bakelite version (3) £20-30

275            A WWI 'CAMP DE MAILLY' SPELTER INK STAND, and a WWI fret bone dipping pen (2)
£30-40

276            TWO NOVELTY SPELTER INK STANDS, milk maid and the Royal Exchange, height 13cm (2)
£20-30

277            A GEISHA MOUNTED INK, height 10cm £15-20

278            TWO EDWARDIAN MOULDED GLASS LONDON SOUVENIR INKS, and a treen cat ink (3)
£15-25

278A           A GOLD THREE STONE DIAMOND PENDANT, (box) £100-120
279             THREE VINTAGE PEN WIPES, a treen 'Easy Fill Filler' and a Swan Red ink bottle (5) £20-
30

280             FOUR EDWARDIAN METAL PEN STANDS, one incorporating a pen wipe (4) £30-40

281           A PARCEL OF ASSORTED DIPPING PENS, and related, to include mother of pearl, agate
and bone examples, and boxed pen nibs (parcel) £30-40

282             A MABIE TODD 'SWAN' BLACK FOUNTAIN PEN, with 18ct gold band to lid £30-40

283             A BOXED WATERMANS 'IDEAL' LEVERFILL FOUNTAIN PEN, (with instructions) £15-25

284             TWO NOVELTY VESTA CASES, one as a violin, the other a hoof (2) £30-40

285             'THE NEW ADVENTURES OF RUPERT', 1936, Daily Express Publications, illustrated red
cloth boards, (Notes: This is the first Rupert Annual) £200-300

286             'MORE ADVENTURES OF RUPERT', 1937, Daily Express Publication, illustrated boards
£100-120

287             BACALL, LAUREN, 'By Myself', signed first edition and Hotchner, A.E. 'Sophia (Loren)
Living and Loving', signed first edition (2) £30-40

288            BARTOLOZZI, FRANCESCO (1727-1815), 'Set of Etchings from Italian Masters', (twelve),
published 1791 by W. Dickenson, London (12) £100-150

289           MILITARY RELATED EPHEMERA, to include WWII press photographs of Hitler,
newspapers, Daily Express War Map, two albums of shapshots etc, (parcel) £50-60

290             A SIFTON PRAED EARLY MOTORING MAP CASE, containing eight maps £80-120

291             'FIRESTONE' MOTORING MAPS, in a leather pouch £20-30

292             MOHAMMAD ALI, Albany Sporting Club programme, 1983 signed by Ali, Bryan, Robson,
John Prescott, Wally Swift and others £40-60

293              THE NAVAL RECORDER CONTAINING AUTHENTICK MEMOIRS OF THE LATE LORD
VISCOUNT ADMIRAL NELSON, Baron of the Nile, Duke of Bronte etc, published Halifax, J. J. Nicholson,
1806, original half leather and marbled boards, foxing and some damage to pictures £100-150

293A            A COLLECTION OF SOUVENIR CRESTED CHINA, to include novelties - animals, military,
trinkets, holloware etc, (over seventy pieces) £80-100

294             THE GAY WAY SERIES NURSERY RHYME PICTURES, a set of twenty four polychrome
plates published by Mac Millan & Co £40-60

295               THE BEATLES, E.P's and singles, including 'I Want to hold your Hand', 'She Loves You',
'Hey Jude', 'All my Loving', and 'Twist and Shout', with related items (parcel ) £80-100
296             HAWLEY, WALTER. A, 'Oriental Rugs, Antique and Modern', 1913, illustrated

297            AN EDWARDIAN POSTCARD ALBUM, approximately 150 loose insertions to include
photographic nudes, risque, WWI silk cards etc £40-50

298             OVER ONE HUNDRED STEREO VIEW CARDS, to include risque subjects, with a hand-held
stereo viewer, (parcel) £40-50

299             APPROXIMATELY ONE HUNDRED EARLY FLAT MOUNTED STEREO VIEW CARDS, (c.1860-
1870), to include early hand-tinted genre, in a wooden box with hand-held stereo viewer £40-50

300              A COLLECTION OF VINTAGE SEASIDE HUMOUR POSTCARDS, artists include Donald
McGill, Tempest, Taylor, Trow, Pedro, Dudley, Tony, Lime, Fitzpatrick, Quip, Mags, Jolly, Duncan, Devo,
Bashful etc, in two glassine albums, (approximately 200 cards) £100-150

301             'OLYMPIA 1936', Band 1 and 2, Cigaretten - Bilderdienst Altona - Bahrenfeld (2) £50-60

302             SIX BINDERS CONTAINING G.B PRESENTATION PACKS, approximately 1986-90 plus an
extensive collection of privately-produced FDC's c.1988-2008 (491 items) mainly by Benham or
Sotheby's with many better items noted including 'Smilers' sheets, prestige booklet panes, special
edition booklet panes, miniature sheets etc, some with autographs 'Superior' FDC's with specially-
designed envelopes and cancels £500-600

303         FIVE BINDERS AND A BOX WITH VINTAGE JUNIOR COLLECTIONS AND AN
ACCUMULATION OF G.B. AND WORLDWIDE STAMPS AND COVERS (quantity) £40-50

304             S.G. 'WINDSOR' ALBUMS, three mainly mint G.B. collection to c.1991 with better items
to £5 noted including 'Greetings' booklets - mainly QEII but some useful eariler items noted £150-200

305             1971-95 G.B. FDC'S IN FIVE BINDERS, including P.O. and Sotheby's covers with a few
numismatic items noted, also World Cup 1986 collection in two albums, 'Leaders of the World'
(Automobiles) in special album, RAF covers including signed examples plus various PHQs etc £150-200

306             THREE STOCK BOOKS AND A PACKET WITH G.B. WORLDWIDE STAMPS £20-30

307             THREE ALBUMS CONTAINING A VINTAGE WORLDWIDE A-Z COLLECTION, with better
items noted including India and States £70-100

308            SUBSTANTIAL RANGE OF G.B. PRESENTATION PACKS 1994-2004, including miniature
sheets and better items plus quantity of FDC's c.1978-94, also several vintage junior collections, loose
stamps etc £200-300

309             THREE ALBUMS WITH VINTAGE WORLDWIDE COLLECTION A-Z (NO G.B.), including
useful China and Eastern Europe £60-80

310             BLACK BINDER WITH G.B., M & U collection on Hagner leaves with some earlier but
strength in mint QEII stamps c.1973-87 including range of Machins £50-70
311             SPARSE WORLDWIDE COLLECTION IN TWO ALBUMS, plus a range of covers and loose
stamps in five packets £20-30

312             EIGHT BINDERS WITH WORLDWIDE M & U COLLECTION, mainly c.1960's-70's issues with
thematic interest including useful Far East and Gulf States issues with emphasis on Art, Birds, Animals
etc £120-150

313            A BOXED BRITAINS RACING COLOURS H.H. AGA KHAN, No.1463, (and an empty Britains
box for H.M. The Queen) (2) £50-80

313A            A BOXED CORGI MAJOR TOYS GIFT SET, No.23, 'Chipperfields Circus', together with the
associated articulated horse box (2) £200-250

314             A BOXED BRITAINS FIELD GUN, No.1201 £30-40

315             A BOXED BRITAINS BLACK WATCH (ROYAL HIGHLANDERS) SET, No.11, comprising eight
charging Highlanders - rifles with fixed bayonets, rectangular bases (and five miscellaneous lead military
figures) £80-100

316             A BOXED MECCANO DINKY TOYS SHIPS OF THE ROYAL NAVY SET, No.50 £80-100

317             A BOXED MAMOD SE2 STATIONARY STEAM ENGINE, with instructions £40-50

318             A NORAH WELLINGS TRIBAL BOY DOLL, height 34cm, and a small golden plush teddy
bear (2) £20-30

319             BRITAINS LEAD TOYS, to include landscape/garden components, two figures etc, (parcel)
£40-50

320            FOUR BOXED HORNBY LOCOMOTIVES, to include two 4-6-2 Coronation Class
locomotives, No.6220 and No.6225, 0-6-0 locomotive, No.4418 and 4-6-0 locomotive, No.45156 (4)
£80-120

321           FOUR BOXED GRAHAM FARISH N GAUGE 4-6-0 LOCOMOTIVES, No.48773, No.45231,
No.46106 and No.60065, (latter in pieces) (4) £80-120

322             A BOXED HORNBY APT FIVE CAR TRAIN PACK, No.37001/2, yellow/black nose £50-80

323            FOUR BOXED OO GAUGE LOCOMOTIVES, to include Hornby No.5541, Airfix No.4454,
two Mainline Nos.5719, 6100 and partially boxed No.635 (5) £40-50

324             ASSORTED LEAD TOYS, to include Britains equestrian and military figures, (parcel) £30-
40

325             A BOXED WRENN RAILWAYS 2-6-4 LOCOMOTIVE, No.80033 £40-50
326             A BOXED WRENN RAILWAYS 4-6-0 LOCOMOTIVE AND TENDER, No.4082 'Windsor Castle'
£80-100

327           A BOXED WRENN RAILWAYS 4-6-2 LOCOMOTIVE AND TENDER, No.46245 'City of
London' £60-80

328            A BOXED WRENN RAILWAYS 4-6-2 LOCOMOTIVE AND TENDER, No.35028 'Merchant
Navy Class' £70-90

328A           BOXED AND UNBOXED HORNBY DUBLO, to include 4-6-2 locomotive and tender,
No.6231 'Duchess of Atholl', rolling stock to include coaches, boxed T.P.O. Mail Van set, boxed 'Esso'
wagon, track and accessories £200-250

329             A BOXED HORNBY DUBLO DELTIC LOCOMOTIVE, No.D9012 'Crepello' £50-60

330            TWO HORNBY DUBLO LOCOMOTIVES AND TENDERS 4-6-0, No.4075 'Cardiff Castle' and
4-6-2, No.46245 'City of London', with eight wagons, to include 'Vacuum' and 'Power' tankers (10) £50-
60

331             UNBOXED AND ASSORTED DIECASTS, to include Dinky, Lesney, Lone Star etc (parcel)
£50-60

332             A BOXED CORGI TOYS CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG, No.266, (cellophane s.d.) £100-150

333             A BOXED TRI-ANG RAILWAYS GOODS TRAIN SET, R3, with boxed/unboxed accessories
£40-50

334            A BOXED TRI-ANG RAILWAYS GOODS TRAIN SET, R3X, boxed Transcontinental Series Set,
R7X, and various boxed and unboxed track, rolling stock and accessories £40-60

335             BOXED AND UNBOXED HORNBY DUBLO, to include 4-6-2 'Duchess of Atholl' locomotive
and tender, No.6231. 0-6-2 GWR locomotive, No.6699, three LMS coaches, eleven wagons to include
Shell and Mobil tankers, track and accessories £80-120

336            UNBOXED AND ASSORTED HORNBY DUBLO AND ASSOCIATED, to include two 0-6-2
locomotives, No.69569, crane, coaches, wagons, track etc, (parcel) £40-50

337              MIXED BOXED OO GAUGE RAILWAY ROLLING STOCK, to include Hornby, Bachmann,
Replica etc (22) £30-50

338              BOXED AIRFIX OO GAUGE RAILWAY WAGON KITS, 'Harrow' locomotive and 'Dog Fight
Doubles' (aircraft) (parcel of 47) £50-80

339             BOXED OO GAUGE RAILWAY ROLLING STOCK KITS, to include Ratio, three Aitch and Peco
(parcel) £40-50
340             BOXED MODEL RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVE AND ROLLING STOCK KITS, to include OJH, MPD,
Wills, Western Precision, Craftsman, Norton & Co, Ratio, Westdale, Jamieson, (parcel) £100-150

341             FOUR BOXED CORGI AIRCRAFT, to include Vickers Wellington, Heinkel, Focke Wulf and
Junkers (4) £50-60

342              MECCANO, a large assorted archive of components, to include tinplate panels, brackets,
joints, connections, wheels, motors, gears, transformers, rods, tyres, etc, printed ephemera to include
instructions, recent collectors literature etc, (large quantity) £1500-2000

343            TWENTY SEVEN BOXED MAINLINE RAILWAYS COACHES/WAGONS (27)

344            SIXTY FOUR BOXED LIMA WAGONS AND COACHES, (two boxes) (64)

345            OVER TWENTY EIGHT BOXED HORNBY RAILWAYS COACHES AND WAGONS (box)

346            EIGHTEEN BOXED BACHMANN RAILWAY COACHES (box) (18)

347            TWENTY BOXED AIRFIX RAILWAY COACHES AND WAGONS (box) (20)

348            FIVE BOXED DAPOL LOCOMOTIVES, thirteen boxed Dapol coaches, boxed Replica
locomotive and three items of rolling stocks (box) (22)

349            UNBOXED AND ASSORTED OO GAUGE RAILWAY COACHES (two boxes)

350            UNBOXED AND ASSORTED OO GAUGE RAILWAY WAGONS (box)

351            TEN BOXED WRENN RAILWAYS WAGONS AND COACHES, and six unboxed (box) (16)

352            SEVEN UNBOXED OO GAUGE RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES, steam and diesel outlines (box)
(7)

353            A BOXED HORNBY RAILWAYS 'DUCHESS' TRAIN SET, boxed 'King Charles II' presentation
set and boxed 'Mid-Day Scot' set (lacking locomotive and tender) (3)

354            TWO BOXED MAINLINE RAILWAYS DIESEL LOCOMOTIVES, No.D49 and D100 (2)

355            FOUR BOXED MAINLINE RAILWAYS STEAM LOCOMOTIVES, No.2538, 69531, 5328 and
45690 (4)

356            THREE BOXED MAINLINE RAILWAYS STEAM LOCOMOTIVES, No.45691, 7812 and 9522
(3)

357            FOUR BOXED MAINLINE RAILWAYS STEAM LOCOMOTIVES, No.45532, 45536, 6167 and
45691 (4)

358            TWO BOXED LIMA STEAM LOCOMOTIVES, No.42700 and 6009 (2)
359           FOUR BOXED LIMA DIESEL LOCOMOTIVES, No.73101, E6001, D5679 and D5578 (4)

360           FOUR BOXED LIMA DIESEL LOCOMOTIVES, No.55002, D8138 and E6003

361           FOUR BOXED LIMA DIESEL LOCOMOTIVES, No.37350, D5394, W51340/W51342 (4)

362           FOUR BOXED LIMA DIESEL LOCOMOTIVES, No.D6506, D815, D1003 and 1761 (4)

363           FOUR BOXED LIMA DIESEL LOCOMOTIVES, No.34, D1023, D5830 and D1004 (4)

364           FOUR BOXED LIMA DIESEL LOCOMOTIVES, No.47004, D9003, D9008, and D9013 (4)

365           FOUR BOXED LIMA DIESEL LOCOMOTIVES, No.D5579, 40106, D200 and D334 (4)

366           FOUR BOXED LIMA DIESEL LOCOMOTIVES, No.D819, D1015 and D354 (4)

367           THREE BOXED AIRFIX (GMR) STEAM LOCOMOTIVES, No.4073, 4079 and 1466 (3)

368           FIVE BOXED AIRFIX STEAM LOCOMOTIVES, No.1466, 6167, 44454, 46100 and 6110 (5)

369           FOUR BOXED BACHMANN DIESEL LOCOMOTIVES, No.D2334, 11226, D2000 and D2280
(4)

370           TWO BOXED BACHMANN STEAM LOCOMOTIVES, No.7820 and 9308 (2)

371           FOUR BOXED BACHMANN STEAM LOCOMOTIVES, No.7754, 41313, 67664 and 7823 (4)

372           FOUR BOXED BACHMANN STEAM LOCOMOTIVES, No.68680, 41241, 64967 and 7829 (4)

373           FOUR BOXED BACHMANN STEAM LOCOMOTIVES, No.69023, 67601, 64964 and 7829 (4)

374           FOUR BOXED BACHMANN STEAM LOCOMOTIVES, Nos.5796, 41202, 41221 and 9308 (4)

375           FOUR BOXED HORNBY RAILWAYS DIESEL LOCOMOTIVES, No.D1062, D1039, D7596 and
D1035 (4)

376             FOUR BOXED HORNBY DIESEL LOCOMOTIVES, No.D5572, D7063, D6103, (and a Co-Co
with no motor) (4)

377            A BOXED HORNBY RAILWAYS DIESEL MULTIPLE UNIT PACK, and two boxed diesel
locomotives, No.D5572 and D7097 (3)

378           FOUR BOXED HORNBY RAILWAYS STEAM LOCOMOTIVES, No.56025, 6, 2 and 68846 (4)

379           FOUR BOXED HORNBY RAILWAYS STEAM LOCOMOTIVES, No.42308, 92220, 30911 and
45192 (4)

380           FOUR BOXED HORNBY RAILWAYS STEAM LOCOMOTIVES, No.92220, 46201, 41043 and
62750 (4)
381            FOUR BOXED HORBY RAILWAYS STEAM LOCOMOTIVES, No.92207, 44331, 45537 and
44871 (4)

382            FOUR BOXED HORNBY RAILWAYS STEAM LOCOMOTIVES, No.42363, 60052, 60103 and
61663 (4)

383           SIX BOXED HORNBY RAILWAYS LOCOMOTIVES, No.61662, 60071, 30908, 46400, 4472
and 70000 (6)

384            MODEL RAILWAY ENTHUSIASTS COMPONENTS, parts and related tools and accessories
(box)

385            A BOXED BAYKO BUILDING SET, No.1, and boxed Meccano set, No.5, (not checked for
completeness) (2) £30-40

386             BOXED AND UNBOXED ASSORTED DIECASTS, to include Dinky aircraft, vehicles, Airfix
Mini Planes, boxed Empire Vanwall Racing Car etc (parcel) £50-60

387            MAINLY UNBOXED AND ASSORTED OO GAUGE LOCOMOTIVES, of steam outline (box)

388           UNBOXED AND ASSORTED OO GAUGE RAILWAY ROLLING STOCK, to include coaches and
wagons (two boxes)

389             OO GAUGE MODEL RAILWAY BUILDINGS, track, trackside accessories, spare parts and
electrical components (bulk lot)

				
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