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					            Home, Garden &
            Collectables Sale
 Wednesday 14th September 2011 at 10:00am
            Viewing: Tuesday 10:00am to 7:00pm
                    Wednesday from 9:00am


                 PLEASE NOTE
Next Home, Garden & Collectables Sale at Penkridge
      Wednesday 28th September at 10:00am
  Next Antique & Home Sale at Wolverhampton
                Auction Rooms
        Wednesday 21st September 2011


 Pinfold Lane, Penkridge, ST19 5AP   Phone/Fax : 01785 714905/715918
 Email : office@cuttlestones.co.uk   WEBSITE : www.cuttlestones.co.uk

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                                                       STANDARD CONDITIONS OF SALE
1.    Definitions. In these Conditions Cuttlestones Auctioneer’s act only as auctioneers and agents and the representative of Cuttlestones Auctioneer’s conducting the auction
      is called “the auctioneer”.

2.    General. Whilst Cuttlestones Auctioneers make every effort to ensure the accuracy of their catalogues and the description of any lot:
            a)    Each lot as set out in the catalogue or as divided or combined with any other lot or lots is sold by the vendor with all faults, imperfections and errors of
                  description.
            b)    Cuttlestones Auctioneers do not accept responsibility for the authenticity, attribution, genuineness, origin, authorship, date, age, period, condition or quality
                  of any lot unless they have been instructed in writing by the buyer to so certify.
            c)    All statements whether printed in the catalogue or made orally as to any of the matters set out in b) above are the statements of opinion only and are not to
                  be taken as being or implying any warranties of fact by Cuttlestones Auctioneers, unless they have been instructed in writing by the buyers to so certify.

3.    The Auction.
            a)     The Auctioneer has absolute discretion to divide any lot, to combine any two or more lots or to withdraw any lot or lots from the sale, to refuse bids,
                   regulate bidding or cancel the sale without in any case giving any reason or without previous notice. He may bid on behalf of the vendor for all goods, which
                   are being offered subject to reserve or at the Auctioneers discretion.
            b)     The highest bidder shall be the buyer. The Auctioneer may at his sole discretion determine the advance of bidding or refuse a bid. If during the auction the
                   Auctioneer considers that a dispute has arisen, he has absolute discretion to settle it or re-offer the lot.
            c)     Each lot is put up for sale subject to any reserve price placed by the vendor. Where there is no reserve price (but not otherwise) the seller has the right to
                   bid either personally or by any one person (who may be the Auctioneer).
            d)     All conditions, notices, descriptions, statements and other matters in the catalogue and elsewhere concerning any lot are subject to any statements
                   modifying or affecting the same made by the auctioneer from the rostrum to any bid being accepted for the lot.

4.    Rescision. Notwithstanding any other terms or these conditions, if within seven days after the sale Cuttlestones Auctioneers, having received from the buyer of any lot in
      writing that in his view the lot is a deliberate forgery and within fourteen days after such notification the buyer returns the same Cuttlestones Auctioneers in the same
      condition as at the time of the sale and by producing evidence, the burden of proof to be upon the buyer, satisfied Cuttlestones Auctioneers that considered in the light of
      the entry in the catalogue the lot is a deliberate forgery then the sale of the lot will be rescinded and the purchase price of the same refunded. The vendor agrees to be
      bound by Cuttlestones Auctioneers decision.

5.    Default. Cuttlestones Auctioneers disclaim responsibility for default by either the buyer or the vendor because they act as Auctioneers only and therefore, do not pay out
      to the vendor until payment is received from the buyer. Instructions given by telephone are accepted at the sender’s risk and must be confirmed in writing forthwith.

6.    Third Party Liability. Every person on Cuttlestones Auctioneers premises at any time shall be deemed to be there at his own risk. He shall have no claim against
      Cuttlestones Auctioneers in respect of any accident which may occur or injury, damage or loss howsoever caused, save in so far as the injury Damage or loss shall be caused
      by the negligence of Cuttlestones Auctioneers employees.

7.    Premium. The buyer shall pay the hammer price together with a premium of 15% of the hammer price (adjusted for VAT as necessary). The premium attracts VAT at the
      Standard Rate and is payable by all purchasers.

                CONDITIONS OF SALE APPLICABLE TO SELLERS – 2011 ENTRIES ONWARDS
8.    Commission Charges for Vendors are per lot and are as follows:
      A charge of £2 per lot and 16% of the Hammer Price for Home, Garden & Collectables Sale lots, and £3 per lot and 15% of the Hammer Price for Fine Art Sale and dedicated
      Collectors Sale lots. Commission Charges are subject to Standard Rate VAT.

9.    Instructions. As Cuttlestones Auctioneers are auctioneers, all goods delivered to Cuttlestones Auctioneers premises will be deemed to be delivered for sale by auction
      unless otherwise stated in writing and will be catalogued and sold at Cuttlestones Auctioneers discretion and accepted by Cuttlestones Auctioneers subject to all the sale
      conditions. By delivering the goods to Cuttlestones Auctioneers for inclusion in their auction sales each vendor acknowledges that he or she has accepted and agreed to be
      bound by all these conditions.

10.   Reserves. Cuttlestones Auctioneers will be pleased to advise on suitable protective reserves, but if no reserve has been received prior to the day of sale, the lot will be sold
      without reserve or at the discretion of the auctioneer. Reserves must be confirmed in writing or notified on the receipt at the time of delivery.

11.   Vendors will be charged for goods left on the premises if the vendor has been requested to remove them and if the goods are not removed within fourteen days of such
      request Cuttlestones Auctioneers reserve the right to sell the goods to defray costs and storage charges.

12.   Cuttlestones Auctioneers reserve the right to store or arrange the storage of goods delivered to them for sale either on their own premises or elsewhere at their sole
      discretion. They exempt themselves from any liability for loss or damage to goods delivered to their salerooms without sufficient sale instructions.

13.   All goods will be held insured against the risks of fire, burglary, and water damage. The value of the goods so covered shall be the gross amount realised or in the case of
      unsold lots the best bid, or in the case of withdrawn lots prior to a sale that which the specialised staff of Cuttlestones Auctioneers shall in their absolute discretion,
      estimate to be the auction value of goods.

14.   The vendor will duly indemnify Cuttlestones Auctioneers in connection with any goods sold on the vendor’s behalf.

15.   Cuttlestones Auctioneers declaim all responsibility for loss or damage of goods or for unauthorised removal of goods unless caused by negligence of their employees.

16.   All lots to be at the sole risk and charge of the purchaser from the fall of the hammer, and such lots to be taken away with all faults, defects and errors in descriptions
      without any power of dispute, at the risk and expense of the purchaser. No purchaser shall be entitled to remove any lot until payment has been received in full for the lots
      purchased

17.   Settlement is normally 2/3 weeks post auction less charges, provided Cuttlestones have been paid by the purchaser. VAT is applicable on all services. Where the nett
      payout is less then £5, Cuttlestones will not pay out to defray administration costs.

18.   All catalogued lots withdrawn prior to auction will incur a minimum £10 withdrawal fee if valued at under £50 or 15% of the lower estimate of items valued at over £50.

19.   Expenses: Vendors agree to pay all costs relating to a) packing and shipping the lots to the saleroom or returned.

20.   Value Added Tax. A vendor who sends for sale by auction any chattel(s) which is an asset of his own business must disclose to the Auctioneer whether or not he is a
      registered person for VAT purposes, and, if so, his registered number and whether or not he intends to operate the special scheme covering works of art etc. This
      information must be supplied to the Auctioneer on or prior to delivery of the goods.

21.   Electrical and Mechanical goods: The seller or consignor of electrical or mechanical goods warrants and undertakes to Cuttlestones Auctioneer that at the date on which
      the same are consigned to the sale rooms, are expected safe if reasonable used for the purpose for which they were designed and free from any defect not obviously on
      external inspection which could prove dangerous to human life or health and will indemnify Cuttlestones Auctioneers its servants and agents against loss or damage
      suffered by any of them in consequence of any breach of the above warranty and undertaking, Cuttlestones Auctioneers reserve the right to make a minimum charge of £1
      per item to have the goods checked for the safety of the item.

22.   Estimates: All auction estimates and descriptions are subject to revision at any point up until sale.



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                                          Order of Sale
Tools, Bikes & Outside Effects                                         1 - 69
Pictures and Mirrors                                                  70 – 108
Collectables incl. Jewellery, China & Glass                           109 - 300
PLEASE NOTE GAP IN LOT NUMBERS                                FOLLOWING LOTS AT 1.00PM
Electricals                                                          301 – 307
Furniture                                                             308 - 343
                                    ALL BUYERS PLEASE NOTE
                                        All machinery is sold as seen.
               Electrical safety testing covers cable insulation only and gives no warranty
                           as to the working condition of any given electrical lot.
                        Please DO NOT START petrol machinery in the saleroom.

Tools
             Please Note - All Lot Nos prefixed with an * are new goods and
                      there is VAT payable on the Hammer Price
1.      A MAGNA BMX BICYCLE
2.      A MINI MOTO
3.      A PAIR OF WROUGHT IRON GATES
4.      AN INTERIOR DOOR TOGETHER WITH AN EXTERIOR DOOR
5.      A QUANTITY OF WORK TROUSERS, JEANS AND BOOTS
6.      A QUALCAST PUNCH MOWER
7.      A QUALCAST PUNCH AUTO 30
8.      A PETROL POWER DEVIL MOWER (NO BOX)
9.      A PRESSURE WASHER
10.     A ROCKWORTH GENERATOR
11.     A SLIM METAL FILING CABINET
12.     A McCULLOCH PETROL MOWER (NO BOX)
13.     A SHOPPING TROLLEY
14.     A PUNCH BAG & A TENT
15.     *FOUR RUBBER WHEELS
16.     FOUR GARDEN TROUGHS, A BOX OF WORK STANDS & A GARDEN EDGER
17.     A QUANTITY OF CLEANING LIQUIDS
18.     A PETROL CYLINDER MOWER
19.     A FIRE PLACE & SURROUND
20.     A LARGE QUANTITY OF GARDEN TOOLS ETC
21.     THREE METAL BUCKETS
22.     A BOX OF TOOLS
23.     A LARGE WOODEN CHEST
24.     THREE BOXES OF ASSORTED TOOLS, ACCESSORIES ETC
25.     A QUANTITY OF SPORTING EQUIPMENT & TOYS ETC
26.     A LARGE WOODEN CHEST
27.     A BOX OF KNOBS
28.     *3/4" 21 PIECE SOCKET SET
29.     *A QUANTITY OF PADLOCKS
30.     *50 x LINCH PINS 4.5-10mm
31.     *THREE SLINGS
32.     *NORDSTROM TAPE MEASURE
33.     *A DOUBLE GEAR HAND WINCH
34.     *A QUANTITY OF STAINLESS ZIP DISCS
35.     *AN ANGLED AIR DRILL

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36.   *TWO 27' RATCHET STRAPS
37.   *THREE CORE CUTTERS & EXTENSIONS
38.   *A FIRE EXTINGUISHER
39.   *A TRAY OF SCREWS
40.   *28PC PUNCH & CHISEL SET
41.   A BOX OF FILES ETC.
42.   A WOODEN BOX TOGETHER WITH TWO TRAPS
43.   *10KG FISHER ANCHOR FIXINGS
44.   *TWO PAIRS OF BOLT CROPPERS
45.   A METAL BOX INCLUDING TOOLS
46.   A PETROL HEDGCUTTER
47.   TWO ELECTRIC HEDGE CUTTERS & A CHAINSAW
48.   AN ELECTRIC STRIMMER & GARDEN VAC
49.   A QUANTITY OF TOOLS & ACCESSORIES ETC
50.   *A ROLSON NAIL GUN
51.   *AN ELECTRIC WINCH
52.   A DEWALT RADIO TOGETHER WITH AN AMP
53.   *THREE TARPAULINS
54.   A CASED IMPACT DRILL
55.   *171 PIECE CASED DRILL SET
56.   A CASED BOSCH DRILL
57.   TWO SLEEPING BAGS + A TENT
58.   *DRAIN RODS & CABLE PULLER SET
59.   *A PAIR OF ALUMINIUM SASH CRAMPS
60.   *TWO MUCK FORKS
61.   *A CAR WASH BRUSH
62.   *A TELESCOPIC PRUNER
63.   A QUANTITY OF WOODEN SLATS
64.   A QUANTITY OF HAMSTER WHEELS, DISPLAY STANDS ETC.
65.   A MOBILITY SCOOTER
66.   TEN BAGS OF SEASONED & SPLIT LOGS
67.   A RYOBI TOOL BOX & CONTENTS
68.   PETROL MOWER & PETROL STRIMMER
69.   A THREE TIER TROLLEY

Pictures & Mirrors
70.   FOUR FRAMED PORTRAITS
71.   A QUANTITY OF ASSORTED PICTURES & PRINTS
72.   THREE TRAYS OF PICTURES & PRINTS
73.   THREE FRAMED MAP PRINTS
74.   A LARGE OIL ON CANVAS OF A WINTER SCENE & A PAIR OF WATERCOLOURS
75.   THREE WATERCOLOURS BY H JOHNSON & ANOTHER PICTURE
76.   A PAIR OF FRAMED SOCIAL SCENES & TWO OTHERS
77.   A FRAMED TOWN SCENE & ANOTHER PICTURE
78.   JOE BUSUTTIL (XX). A dock scene with boats, signed lower right and dated 2 July 82, watercolour, titled
      verso, 40 x 60 cm
79.   F NORTON (XX). Head of Loch Lomond, signed lower left, watercolour/gouache, glazed, 25 x 69 cm
80.   A QUANTITY OF FRAMED PICTURES & PRINTS
81.   A FRAMED COLLECTION OF PLAYERS CIGARETTE CARDS
82.   A FRAMED PICTURE BY L. LEE 1879
83.   A QUANTITY OF PICTURES & PRINTS INC TWO MIRRORS
84.   A FRAMED WATERCOLOUR OF A LONDON FLOWER MARKET BY ALSTON EMERY
85.   A PAIR OF FRAMED FLORAL STILL LIFE PICTURES SIGNED J SUTTON
86.   A GILT FRAMED OIL ON CANVAS & A MONET PRINT
87.   THREE FRAMED PICTURES & A PORTA PUZZLE
88.   A SIGNED PIECE OF ABSTRACT MODERN ART
89.   FOUR VALE OF AYLESBURY STEEPLE CHASE PRINTS
90.   A LARGE ORIENTAL WOODEN ART WORK
91.   A GILT FRAMED OIL IN PANEL OF A RIVER SCENE
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92.     A QUANTITY OF FRAMED PICTURES INC THE HISTORY OF SOCCER (5)
93.     A BOX OF ASSORTED PICTURES ETC
94.     TWO FILT FRAMED MIRRORS ETC
95.     A FRAMED SKETCH BY HAROLD PACKER & TWO OTHER PICTURES
96.     A PAIR OF CATHEDRAL ETCHINGS
97.     A PAIR OF MODERN FRAMED PRINTS
98.     A LARGE MODERN BALLERINA PRINT
99.     A FRAMED FORMULA 1 FERRARI TRIBUTE PRINT TOGETHER WITH A PRINT BY DAVID WILSON
100.    A SELECTION OF MODERN PICTURES & PRINTS
101.    TWO GILT FRAMED MIRRORS
102.    A PAIR OF MODERN PRINTS & ANOTHER PICTURE
103.    SEVEN FRAMED PICTURES INC OIL ON PANEL
104.    A PAIR OF FRAMED DECORATIVE MIRRORS
105.    A TRAY OF ASSORTED PICTURES
106.    NO LOT
107.    A QUANTITY OF ASSORTED ITEMS INCLUDING A SADDLE
108.    A GILT FRAMED OIL ON CANVAS PORTRAIT
109.    NO LOT

Collectables including Jewellery, China & Glass

110.    A VINTAGE RED & WHITE ROSLYN PRAM
111.    A LARGE WOODEN EAGLE WALL PLAQUE
112.    A SELECTION OF DENBY TEAWARE
113.    TWO BAGS OF RECORDS & A BAG OF PICTURES
114.    TWO BOXES OF GLASS & CHINA
115.    TWO BOXES OF CHINA
116.    TWO TRAYS OF BLUE & WHITE CHINA INC SPODE
117.    A SELECTION OF VICTORIAN TEAWARE
118.    THREE TRAYS OF ASSORTED CHINA & GLASSWARE INC ROYAL DOULTON
119.    ROYAL DOULTON GOLDEN MAIZE DINNER SERVICE H4934
120.    A BOX OF GLASSWARE
120A.   A BOX OF ASSORTED CHINA & GLASS INC AYNSLEY
121.    FOUR TRAYS OF POMANDERS
122.    FIVE TRAYS OF CHINA & GLASSWARE
123.    TWO TRAYS OF GLASSWARE
124.    A TRAY OF CHINA NC WEDGWOOD
125.    A TRAY OF DVD's AND VIDEO's ETC
126.    FOUR TRAYS OF CHINA ETC
127.    TWO BOXES OF PICTURES
128.    THREE TRAYS OF ASSORTED CHINA
129.    FIVE BOXES OF ASSORTED CHINA
130.    FIVE BOXES OF CHINA & GLASSWARE
131.    THREE TRAYS OF MAGAZINES INC MURDER CASEBOOKS & ROYS OF THE ROVERS
132.    A PAIR OF METAL OIL LAMPS
133.    A DECORATIVE CARVED WOODEN MIRROR
134.    *A LARGE MICHELIN FIGURE
135.    A VINTAGE PICNIC SET
136.    A BOX OF ASSORTED POSTCARDS
137.    A CASED SEWING MACHINE
138.    A DECORATIVE ROYAL ALBERT COFFEE SET
139.    A ROYAL ALBERT MOSS ROSE TEASET
140.    A ROYAL TUSCAN COFFEE SET
141.    A SELECTION OF AYNSLEY BIRD OF PARADISE CHINA PLUS FIVE COLLECTABLE PLATES
142.    A LARGE BREAD BIN WITH FRUIT DECORATION
143.    A GREEN BOWL WITH DECORATIVE GILDING TOGETHER WITH A MATCHING JAR
144.    EIGHT ORIENTAL STYLE LIONS
145.    A SELECTION OF WEDGWOOD JASPERWARE
146.    A PAIR OF ROYAL DOULTON 'FAIRLEA' TUREENS
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147.   A ROYAL DOULTON CHARGER 'THE MEET' D6326 SIGNED 'CHARLES SIMPSON'
148.   SIX ROYAL DOULTON 'FAIRLEA' DINNER PLATES D5545
149.   TWO TRAYS OF MODERN BAGS ETC
150.   A TRAY OF MEDALS & TROPHIES
151.   THREE TRAYS OF MODERN BAGS ETC
152.   A BOX OF ASSORTED CHINA & A BOX OF COLLECTABLE PLATES
153.   A TRAY OF BOOKS INC 'THE BOOK OF KNOWLEDGE'
154.   AN ENAMEL BREAD BIN, A QUANTITY OF FLATWARE & A WALL CLOCK
155.   A TRAY OF METALWARE INC SILVER PLATE
156.   A SELECTION OF FIGURES
157.   FOUR TRAYS OF CHINA ETC
158.   A TRAVEL TRUNK
159.   A BOX OF ASSORTED ITEMS INC CAKE MOULDS, ROYAL DOULTON DINNERWARE & FRAMED TILES
160.   *A COCKEREL WEATHER VANE
161.   *A CAST EQUINE COAT RACK
162.   *A LETTER RACK & A COAT RACK
163.   A TRAY OF CHINA ETC INC LLEDO TOY VEHICLES
164.   FOUR TRAYS OF ASSORTED CHINA ETC
165.   A LARGE GLASS DISPLAY CASE
166.   A SELECTION OF DOLLS FURNITURE INC A FOUR POSTER BED, PRAM ETC
167.   A WICKER BASKET
168.   A SELECTION OF KNOTS ON PANEL TOGETHER WITH THREE LARGE FIGURES
169.   A SELECTION OF FISHING RODS
170.   *A MODEL ARMY VEHICLE
171.   *A MODEL VW VAN
172.   *A MODEL VINTAGE CAR
173.   *A MODEL SPITFIRE PLANE
174.   *A HMV DOG
175.   *A COCKEREL DOOR STOP
176.   *A TRACTOR BELL
177.   *A LABRADOR BELL
178.   *A LAND ROVER BELL
179.   A BOX OF DOLLS HOUSE FURNITURE & MAGAZINES
180.   A HALF BARREL PLANTER
181.   A TRAY OF 'THE GREAT WAR' VOLUMES
182.   A TRAY OF METALWARE
183.   A BOX OF RECORDS, CD RACKS & WICKER BASKETS
184.   A BOX OF COMMEMORATIVE WARE
185.   THREE TRAYS OF CHINA INC WEDGWOOD
186.   TWO SERVING TRAYS, ONE WITH INLAID DECORATION
187.   A TRAY OF METALWARE
188.   TWO TRAYS OF ASSORTED ORNAMENTS
189.   A TRAY OF METALWARE
190.   A SELECTION OF 3D WOODEN WALL PLAQUES ETC
191.   A TRAY OF WORLD WAR II MAGAZINES
192.   A TRAY OF ASSORTED CHINA INC T G GREEN
193.   A TRAY OF ASSORTED GLASS & CHINA
194.   A TRAY OF METALWARE & A TRAY OF ASSORTED SYLVAC
195.   A SELECTION OF HAND PAINTED TEA & DINNERWARE
196.   *A MODEL STEAM ROLLER
197.   *A FLYING SCOTSMAN SIGN
198.   *A CAST PANTHER
199.   A WOODEN WRITING SLOPE
200.   A RETRO THERMOS ICE BUCKET TOGETHER WITH A SODA SYPHON
201.   A SMALL WOODEN STOOL
202.   A LARGE CAPO DE MONTE FIGURE
203.   AN ART DECO STYLE MANTEL CLOCK
204.   *A MODEL OF A RED MASSEY TRACTOR TEA20
205.   A SELECTION OF BOOKS
206.   *A REPRODUCTION 3FT LNER GATE SIGN
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207.   *A YORKSHIREMAN SIGN
208.   *A LEVEL CROSSING TRAIN SIGN
209.   AN EGYPTIAN FIGURE TOGETHER WITH TWO CATS
210.   *A PHRENOLOGY HEAD
211.   A SMITHS WOODEN MANTEL CLOCK
212.   A COPPER KETTLE + A COPPER HUNTING HORN
213.   THREE WOODEN MANTEL CLOCKS INCLUDING SMITHS
214.   NO LOT
215.   NO LOT
216.   A STENTOR STUDENT II CASED VIOLIN WITH TWO BOWS
217.   AN ACOUSTIC GUITAR + A BAG
218.   AN ART DECO MANTEL CLOCK + ANOTHER WOODEN MANTEL CLOCK
219.   *THREE CAST DOG FIGURES
220.   *A PAIR OF RAILWAY SIGNS
221.   *A CAST TOILET SIGN
222.   *A CAST GREYHOUND FIGURE
223.   *TWO CAST GREYHOUND HEADS
224.   *A LITTLE JOE CAST MONEY BOX
225.   A WALL CLOCK
226.   A DECORATIVE WALLCLOCK
227.   A ROYAL DOULTON STONEWARE BALUSTER VASE BY VERA HUGGINS, the green mottled body with a floral
       band, numbered to the base '11235' and signed, H 19 cm
228.   A STAFFORDSHIRE POTTERY GROUP OF 'TOPSY AND EVA', kneeling and holding hands, picked out in
       coloured enamels, the oval base titled in gilt, circa 1860, H 22.5 cm
229.   A ROYAL WORCESTER SAILFISH (ISTIOPHORUS AMERICANUS), modelled by Ronald Van Ruycheuett,
       numbered 0188, dated 1962, set on a wooden plinth, H 20 cm A/F
230.   A SMALL MOORCROFT ANEMONE VASE WITH A DEEP BLUE BACKGROUND AND STICKER TO BASE, H 9.75 cm
231.   A LARGE BESWICK HORSE
232.   A SADLER CAR TEAPOT 'OKT42'
233.   A ROYAL DOULTON FIGURE 'BUDDIES' HN 3396
234.   A 20TH CENTURY RUBY GLASS TEA SERVICE, gilt and floral decoration throughout, 15 piece
235.   A LALIQUE GLASS BIRD TOGETHER WITH A SCENT BOTTLE
236.   TWO SYLVAC ANIMALS TOGETHER WITH A W.R. MIDWINTER ANIMAL
237.   THREE PIECES OF COMMEMORATIVE WEDGWOOD JASPERWARE ETC. (5)
238.   A CARNIVAL STYLE GLASS DISH, A MURANO STYLE VASE ETC. (4)
239.   A SELECTION OF PENDELFIN RABBITS & STAND
240.   TWO TRAYS OF COLLECTABLE CIGARETTE CARDS AND POSTCARDS
241.   A TRAVEL CASE & CONTENTS
242.   A BOX OF CAMERAS + BINOCULARS ETC.
243.   A VICTORIAN KAOLINWARE 'RHINE' BLUE & WHITE MEAT PLATTER
244.   A PAIR OF LARGE URNS WITH FARMING SCENE DECORATION
245.   A BOX OF ANTIQUE REFERENCE BOOKS ETC.
246.   THREE PIECES OF HALLMARKED SILVER INCLUDING SUGAR TONGS
247.   A SELECTION OF COLLECTABLE SPOONS INCLUDING SILVER EXAMPLES
248.   TWO SILVER POCKET WATCHES
249.   A CASED SET OF HALLMARKED SILVER SPOONS + A SET OF PLATED SPOONS
250.   A SILVER TOAST RACK, TANKARD AND A SMALL DISH (3)
251.   A NAPOLEON III FIVE FRANCS COIN DATED 1858 MOUNTED ON A PIN TOGETHER WITH A SELECTION OF
       SILVER PLATE ETC.
252.   TWO LADIES GOLD GEM SET RINGS
253.   TWO LADIES GOLD GEM SET RINGS
254.   TWO GOLD RINGS AND ANOTHER STAMPED 18CT
255.   A SELECTION OF GOLD AND YELLOW METAL
256.   A QUANTITY OF COLLECTABLE SPOONS TOGETHER WITH SILVER ITEMS + JEWELLERY
257.   A SILVER COLLARED SCENT BOTTLE TOGETHER WITH A WHITE METAL MATCHBOX
258.   A STANHOPE OF VARIOUS SITES IN PARIS IN THE FORM OF A FOUNTAIN PEN
259.   A SMALL QUANTITY OF COSTUME JEWELLERY
260.   A HALLMARKED SILVER CASTOR - LONDON 1898, maker's mark RC, H 16.75 cm, approx weight 130.6 grams
261.   A LADIES GOLD STONE SET RING TOGETHER WITH A SILVER RING AND NECKLACE
262.   A TRAY OF ASSORTED WATCHES
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263.    A QUANTITY OF SCRAP SILVER ETC.
264.    A SELECTION OF HALLMARKED SILVER DRESSING TABLE BRUSHES ETC. (8)
265.    A COPPER & BRASS PURSE
266.    A QUANTITY OF COSTUME JEWELLERY
267.    A QUANTITY OF COSTUME JEWELLERY
268.    THREE PIECES OF DECORATIVE ORNAMENTAL WEAPONRY
269.    A TRAY OF COLLECTABLES INCLUDING MEASURING EQUIPMENT
270.    KING EDWARD VIII 1937 CORONATION SOUVENIR SEALS
271.    A GIFT SET WITH PLANES + RAF STYLE DESIGNS INCLUDING A PIN BADGE, POCKET WATCH ETC
272.    A VINTAGE PORTABLE FOLDING THREE PIECE MIRROR WITH SKIN STYLE BACKING
273.    A SOLDIERS HAT TOGETHER WITH THREE BADGES
274.    A LARGE QUANTITY OF TOY VEHICLES, GAMES ETC.
275.    A WORLD WAR I PORTRAIT OF SIG. A. SAUNDERS WITH ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON REAR INCLUDING A
        MEMORIAL FROM BUCKINGHAM PALACE
276.    A SELECTION OF MODERN CAMERAS ETC
277.    SIX COLLECTABLE PLATES
278.    A MDINA GLASS PAPERWEIGHT
279.    A LALIQUE SET OF PERFUME MINIATURES TOGETHER WITH OTHER SCENT BOTTLES
280.    A ROYAL WINTON BEEHIVE SIFTER
281.    TWO BOXED BESWICK LTD EDN FIGURES 'ALICE' & 'THE CHESHIRE CAT'
282.    A SELECTION OF CRESTED & COMMEMORATIVE WARE
283.    AN AYNSLEY 'WILD TUDOR' DISH TOGETHER WITH A MALING 'CROCUS' DISH
284.    A SELECTION OF COLLECTABLE PLATES
285.    *A RAILWAY NOTICE SIGN
285A.   *THREE CAST GATE SIGNS
286.    TWO CERAMIC ELEPHANTS
287.    A BOX OF BOXED LEGO TECHNICS
288.    A NOVELTY 'PUNCH' TEAPOT
289.    A LIMITED EDITION OF 400 COUNTRY ARTISTS GROUP BIRD FIGURE 'THE EPITOME OF SUMMER' TOGETHER
        WITH 'SWALLOW ON ROSEHIPS'
290.    A PAIR OF VICTORIAN STYLE ICE SKATERS
291.    THREE DAVID WINTER COTTAGES: THE BOTHY A/F, SQUIRES HALL & THERE WAS A CROOKED HOUSE
292.    A ROYAL DOULTON CHARACTER JUG 'ARAMIS' D6441
293.    A ROYAL DOULTON CHARACTER JUG 'ATHOS' D6439
294.    A SET OF BOHEMIAN STYLE GLASSES
295.    A LARGE BESWICK HORSE WITH REINS
296.    A BESWICK CART HORSE
297.    TWO CERAMIC HORSES, POSSIBLE BESWICK, MARKS INDISTINCT
298.    A SMALL SELECTION OF CHINA INC WEDGWOOD & ROYAL DOULTON
299.    A WOODEN & BRASS SERVING BOWL TOGETHER WITH FLATWARE ETC
300.    A GLASS PUNCH BOWL & CUPS




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                                               TO BE SOLD AT 1.00PM

Electricals

Electrical safety testing covers cable insulation only and gives no warranty as to the working condition of any given electrical lot.

301.    A SHARP FONT WRITER
302.    A QUANTITY OF PRINTERS ETC
303.    A QUANTITY OF RADIOS
304.    A QUANTITY OF ELECTRICALS
304A.   FOUR SPEAKERS
305.    A VAX CLEANER
306.    AN OPEMUS ENLARGER
307.    THREE COOLERS

Furniture
308.    A HEALS SINGLE BED + HEADBOARD
309.    A MIRROR BACK SIDEBOARD
310.    AN OAK MIRRORBACK SIDEBOARD
311.    AN OAK PIANO STOOL
312.    A LIGHT OAK BLANKET BOX
313.    A PINE COMMODE
314.    A HAMLEYS ROCKING HORSE
315.    A HAMLEYS FLOOR STANDING MUSICAL HORSE
316.    A PINE DRESSING TABLE MIRROR
317.    AN OLD BENCH ETC
318.    FOUR BALLOON BACK CHAIRS
319.    A SEVEN PIECE CONSERVATORY SUITE
320.    A MAHOGANY BUREAU
321.    AN ARTIST'S EASEL
322.    A PINE DESK + A PINE CORNER STAND
323.    A MAHOGANY VICTORIAN SWING MIRROR
324.    OAK BOOKSHELVES
325.    A HALF MOON TABLE
326.    A MARBLE TOP COFFEE TABLE
327.    A MAHOGANY NEST OF TABLES
328.    THREE PACKING TRUNKS
329.    A PAIR OF WICKER CHAIRS + A WINE TABLE
330.    A BED, TWO CHAIRS + A TROLLEY (4)
331.    A SET OF FOUR OAK CHAIRS
332.    A NEST OF TABLES, MAG RACK, STOOL, WINE TABLE + SEWING MACHINE
333.    AN OFFICE DESK + AN OFFICE CHAIR
334.    TWO CHEST OF DRAWERS + A COLONIAL TV UNIT
335.    A SET OF FOUR DINING CHAIRS
336.    A PINE HI-FI UNIT
337.    AN OAK OPEN WALL RACK
338.    AN OAK CABINET
339.    A GRANDMOTHER CLOCK
340.    A THREE PIECE CONSERVATORY SUITE
341.    A THREE PIECE PATTERNED SUITE
342.    A MODERN ELECTRIC FIRE
343.    A SINGLE BED & MATTRESS




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Whilst every effort is made to provide good access to all lots in the saleroom, should you encounter any difficulty please
ask for assistance from a member of staff.
Commission bidders please note: It is your responsibility to note down the correct lot number, we cannot take
responsibility for your errors!
PLEASE NOTE: ALL GOODS MUST BE REMOVED FROM THE SALEROOM BY THURSDAY AFTER THE SALE unless prior
arrangements have been made. Goods left without arrangement will be subject to a storage charge.



                                  Buying & Selling Information
Buying Commission                   15% + VAT
Selling Commission                  £2 Entry Fee per Lot and 16% Commission for ‘Home, Garden & Collectables’ Sales
                                    £3 Entry Fee per Lot and 15% Commission for Fine Art & Collectors Sales
                                    Vehicles entry fee on application
                                    NO CHARGE for insurance
                                    NO CHARGE for electrical PAT Testing
                                    VAT at the current standard rate is payable on all charges
Payment Terms                       Payment is made 14 days after the date of sale (conditions apply) for Home, Garden &
                                    Collectables Sales
                                    Payment is made 21 days after the date of sale for Fine Art and Collectors Sales
                                    Payment made either by cheque or by Bank to Bank transfer
Entries                             Thursdays/Fridays 9.00am to 5.00pm
Valuations                          Friday, 10:00am to 2:00pm
                                      Free valuations can be arranged by appointment in your home for pieces of furniture and
                                                                     large quantities of goods




    Cuttlestones New Wolverhampton Auction Rooms Now Open
Progressive Staffordshire auctioneers and valuers, Cuttlestones, is expanding its horizons with the addition of a second
sale room. The firm has taken on premises in Wolverhampton which, in addition to its existing Penkridge sale room off
Pinfold Lane, will host a further series of sales and valuation events throughout the year.

Cuttlestones’ new premises are located on Clarence Street, close to Wolverhampton city centre, and will be returning
to their original use following a number of years as a charity day centre and, subsequently unoccupied. The first auction
to take place at the new sale rooms will be an Antique and Home Sale on Wed 21st September; these sales will then
take place monthly on a Wednesday (please check website for further dates), and Wolverhampton will also play host to
Cuttlestones’ increasingly popular Specialist Collectors’ Sales; the next of which is planned for Fri, 4th November.




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       Home, Garden & Collectables Sale Dates 2011
                 Wednesdays 10:00am
                  Viewing Tuesdays 10:00am to 7:00pm
                          September        14th and 28th
                          October          12th and 26th
                          November         9th and 23rd
                          December         7th and 21st

          Fine Art Sale Date 2011 - Friday 10.00am
                  Viewing Thursday 10:00am to 7:00pm
                                   2nd December

Wolverhampton Home & Antiques Sale - Wednesday 21st
               September 10.00am
                   Viewing Tuesday 10:00am to 7:00pm

  Specialist Collectors Sale Dates 2011 - Fridays 10.00am
                 Viewing Thursdays 10:00am to 7:00pm
                            4th November
         To take place at our Wolverhampton Auction Rooms

Entries accepted at Penkridge Thursdays and Fridays - 9:00am to 5:00pm
  and at Wolverhampton Mondays and Tuesdays – 9.30am to 4.30pm
          Catalogues for all sales available to download from
                           www.cuttlestones.co.uk

     NEXT Home Garden & Collectables Sale will be on
           Wednesday 28th September 2011
                       BUYERS PREMIUM is 15% plus VAT
          PAYMENT accepted in Cash, Debit/Credit Cards, Cheque (terms apply)

                    Bidders MUST have a BIDDING NUMBER to bid.

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