Antiques, Furniture, Collectables & Household Effects Sale
on Tuesday 27th April 2010

1.      A Globe Wericke walnut bookcase, four glazed sections, 2ft. 10in.£250-300
2.      A Globe Wernicke walnut bookcase, three glazed sections, 2ft. 10in.£200-250
3.      A 1920's solid oak bookcase, three adjustable shelves enclosed by leaded, glazed doors, panelled cupboard base, 3ft.£50-70
4.      An early 20th century mahogany bureau, enclosed fitted interior above four long drawers, ogee bracket feet, 2ft. 6in.
5.      A mahogany bedroom chest, two short and four long drawers, 2ft. 6in.
6.      A mahogany chest, four long oak-lined drawers, splay bracket feet, 2ft. 2in.
7.      An Edwardian inlaid mahogany wardrobe, central three-quarter length mirror door above base drawer, 3ft. 10in.
8.      A good quality reproduction oak extending dining table, circular top with extra leaf, on baluster-turned legs with cross-stretchers, 4ft. opening to 5ft. 5in. £80-120
9.      A good quality set of reproduction Windsor stick-back dining chairs, ash with elm seats, pierced splats and 'crinoline' stretchers£80-120
10.     A Victorian mahogany breakfast table, circular top on octagonal, tapering pedestal and triform base with carved claw feet, top 4ft. 1in.£120-180
11.     A late Victorian walnut and beech drawing room suite, consisting of chaise longue, tub-shaped elbow chair, an armchair and four dining chairs, all with carved quatrefoils, upholstered in gold dralon, front turned legs £300-400
12.     A late Victorian beech side table, rectangular top on turned underframe with cross-stretchers, 1ft. 7in. - one stretcher a.f. also to include an oak two-tier trolley
13.     An Ercol dark elm Welsh dresser, two-shelf plate rack above panelled cupboard base with two drawers, 4ft. £50-60
14.     A set of four Edwardian walnut dining chairs, with carved crestings and bobbin backs, upholstered seats on front turned legs£50-60
15.     A mahogany standard lamp, with spiral-carved stem, complete with shade
16.     A modern, waxed pine pedestal desk, polished top with three drawers, three drawers to each pedestal, 4ft. 6in.
17.     A reproduction yew-veneered pedestal desk, inset gilt-tooled leather top with three drawers, further drawers to each pedestal, 4ft. 6in.
18.     A Victorian piano stool, circular seat revolving upon carved walnut tripod base, together with a Victorian-style library step
19.     An early Victorian walnut bookcase, pair of glazed doors enclosing three adjustable shelves, panelled cupboard base with drawer, carved corbels, 3ft. 5in.£150-200
20.     A late Victorian dark oak kneehole desk, superstructure with cresting and four drawers, four drawers beneath, the whole carved with leafage throughout on ball-turned underframe, 2ft. 8in. - as viewed£80-120
21.     A late Victorian walnut chest, two short and two long drawers, each drawer with horizontal moulding, 3ft.
22.     An Edwardian mahogany display cabinet, astragal-glazed door enclosing lined interior with two shelves, domed pediment and door panel painted with leaf scrolls, on slim square legs, 2ft. 2in.£100-150
23.     An early Victorian walnut bookcase, pair of glazed doors enclosing three adjustable shelves, panelled cupboard base with drawer, 2ft. 10in. - as viewed£150-200
24.     A George II oak kneehole desk, shaped frieze with three drawers, on later pine underframe, 2ft. 6in. - as viewed
25.     A late Victorian walnut bookcase, pair of glazed doors enclosing three adjustable shelves, panelled cupboard base with two drawers, cupboard doors carved with plants, 3ft. 6in. - as viewed£100-150
26.     A mid Victorian mahogany wind-action dining table, on reeded, baluster legs and brass cup casters, with extra leaf, 4ft. 6in. opening to 6ft. 5in. - no winding handle£200-300
27.     Six Victorian mahogany dining chairs, consisting of a set of four balloon-back chairs with carved bars and a near matching pair of elbow chairs, all on tapering, fluted legs, matching gold dralon upholstery, one single chair leg missing£120-150
28.     A Victorian mahogany Sutherland table, on slim, turned underframe, fly-legs with casters, 2ft.
29.     Of interest to a restorer: A Georgian mahogany tilt-top tripod table, circular top on turned pedestal, top 2ft. 6in. diameter - as viewed, a Georgian mahogany tripod table, reduced; one leg missing, one other Victorian walnut tripod table, damaged, Victorian mahogany hall seat, damaged, breakfast table, pedestal base section only and a piano stool£50-70
30.     A large Victorian mahogany pedestal sideboard, raised mirror back with carved cartouche and leaf scrolls, each pedestal with domed, panelled door enclosing drawers and sliding trays, central frieze drawer, 7ft. wide£150-250
31.     A large Victorian mahogany bedroom chest, two short and three long flame-veneered drawers, each with turned wood knob handle, 3ft. 11in.£70-100
32.     A Victorian walnut pedestal desk, inset rexine top above three frieze drawers, three further drawers to each pedestal, 4ft. - as viewed£70-100
33.     A late Victorian walnut side cupboard, single drawer above pair of carved cupboard doors, 3ft. - upper stage missing£50-60
34.     A late Victorian walnut bookcase, base section only, two drawers above pair of panelled cupboards, 3ft. 6in. - attention needed
35.     A large Victorian mahogany toilet mirror, domed mirror adjustable on scroll ends, two-drawer base with moulded recess, 2ft. 10in.
36.     A Victorian mahogany side cupboard, single drawer above panelled cupboard door, on casters, 2ft.
37.     A Victorian walnut bedside cabinet, single shelf enclosed by leaded, glazed door, on casters, 1ft. 3in. - one caster detached, together with a late Victorian octagonal bamboo occasional table, 1ft. 9in.
38.     An Edwardian inlaid mahogany bureau, fitted oak interior above three long drawers, bracket feet, 2ft. 6in.£50-60
39.     A 19th century stripped pine armoire, panelled three-quarter length door enclosing space for hanging, two base drawers, each with turned knob handles, 4ft. 6in. wide£70-100
40.     A solid, medium oak refectory-type dining table, four-plank top on shaped end supports, top 5ft. x 2ft. 2in.
41.     A Victorian faded mahogany bedroom chest, two short and three long drawers, each with turned wood knob handles, 3ft. 10in.£100-150
42.     A Victorian mahogany hall bench, with low raised arms, front scroll legs with carved detail, 3ft. 6in. - seat split£150-200
43.     An early 19th century mahogany tripod table, with flame-veneered rectangular top, turned stem, top 2ft. 2in. long
44.     A Victorian walnut luggage rack, slatted top on turned legs, 2ft.
45.     A late Victorian mahogany occasional table, lobed square top above pierced apron, on cabriole legs with braced undertier, 2ft. £50-70
46.     An Edwardian inlaid mahogany revolving bookcase, two-tiered, the serpentine-shaped top inlaid with bows, arrows and harebells, vertical pierced splats to all sides, on casters, 1ft. 9in. SEE ILLUSTRATION£500-700
47.     A late 19th century dark oak tall bookcase, pair of glazed doors enclosing two adjustable shelves, cupboard base with drawer, the whole carved with lion masks, terminal figures, rosettes and gadrooned mouldings, cupboard base carved with an interior scene and figures in Flemish style, 3ft. 6in. wide, 7ft. 9in. high£250-350
48.     A pair of late 19th century dark oak dining chairs, carved with stylised flowers, leather upholstered seats, on turned legs with stretchers, together with a narrow oak open bookcase, of four shelves
49.     A large Art Nouveau walnut sideboard, raised mirror back between Doric columns, panelled cupboard base with four drawers, each with embossed copper handles, the whole carved with stylised plants, 6ft. wide£150-200
50.     An 18th century Scandinavian walnut trunk, table-top size, panelled construction with arched profile, formerly painted in green with sheet-iron mounts, one pair of panels forming hinged cover, 1ft. 10in.£120-180
51.     An early 20th century walnut cheval mirror, oval plate adjustable on turned standards, four outswept legs, mirror plate 4ft. 4in. x 1ft. 8in.£150-200
52.     A large 19th century Dutch mahogany bookcase, arched pediment above a pair of glazed doors, enclosing three shelves, pair of panelled cupboard doors beneath enclosing single shelf, 5ft. 6in. wide; 8ft. 8in. high£600-800
53.     A 17th century-style solid oak dining table, three-plank top with cleated ends, on four bulbous turned legs with H-stretchers, top 5ft. 2in. x 2ft. 8in.£100-200
54.     A set of three 18th century mahogany dining chairs, with slat-backs and open string seats, all legs tipped, together with a similarly seated mahogany carver chair with vase-splat, circa 1770
55.     An Edwardian mahogany nursing chair and a mahogany nest of three tables, on cabriole legs
56.     A 1920's solid, dark oak coffer, panelled construction on integral stand, 3ft. 6in.
57.     An oak and metal-bound barrel-seat, seat cut
58.     A Heal & Son Ltd limed oak bedroom suite, consisting of linenfold wardrobe enclosed by a pair of full length doors, 3ft. 8in., a chest of two long drawers, 3ft. - Heal & Son label, a panelled bedside cupboard and a dressing table mirror, adjustable on stand £150-200
59.     A late Victorian mahogany book-table, rectangular shape with slatted sides, undertier with partition on cabriole legs, 2ft. - one leg repaired at knee
60.     An early 20th century mahogany side table, on square legs with cross-stretchers, 1ft. 10in. and a Victorian walnut box commode, 1ft. 7in.
61.     A pair of Victorian mahogany hall chairs, the backs carved with C scrolls, on front turned legs£120-150
62.     A Victorian 'smoker's bow' armchair, and a comb-back Windsor elbow chair, both beech with elm seats£50-60
63.     A dark oak dresser, two-shelf plate rack above panelled cupboard base with two drawers, pair of doors carved with gothic tracery, 4ft. 2in.£50-70
64.     An oak Globe Wernicke bookcase, four glazed sections with leaded glazing bars, 2ft. 10in. - lower section damaged£200-250
65.     An early 19th century mahogany tea table, D-shape top enclosing polished interior, on turned pedestal stem and four outswept feet, brass terminals and casters, 3ft. 2in.£150-200
66.     A Victorian oak draught screen, three hinged sections with elaborate carved leaf scrolls and cartouche, machine tapestry linings, lower panels carved with leaf scrolls and ribbon crests, 6ft. 1in. high£100-150
67.     A late 17th century six-plank coffer, elm with hinged oak top, the front carved with lunettes, interior with candle tray, 3ft. 7in. - lock-plate renewed£150-200
68.     A good quality carved oak aumbry cupboard, pair of panelled cupboard doors above two drawers, open shelf beneath, the whole carved with leaves, 2ft. 7in.£150-200
69.     An Edwardian mahogany elbow chair, with shaped slat-back and green dralon upholstery
70.     A reproduction burr walnut veneered bureau, cross-banded fall-front enclosing fittings above three long drawers, cabriole legs, 2ft. 9in.
71.     An oak drop-leaf coffee table, 2ft. 3in. and an oak joint stool with single drawer, 1ft. 7in.
72.     A reproduction dark oak coffer, boarded top above carved panel front, 3ft. 9in.
73.     An early 20th century mahogany hall table, rectangular shape on carved cabriole legs with claw and ball feet, gadrooned mouldings, 3ft. - top marked£70-80
74.     A Victorian mahogany stretcher table, on twin-turned end supports and turned stretcher, 3ft.£80-120
75.     A reproduction mahogany library bookcase, four astragal-glazed doors above four drawers and cupboard doors, 5ft. 10in.£80-100
76.     An Edwardian mahogany music chest, eight drawers, each with loop handle and fall front, 1ft. 9in.£60-70
77.     An early 20th century oak hall stand, fitted with coat hooks, inset mirror, glove box and complete with drip trays, 2ft. 2in.
78.     A 19th century rosewood hall table, the top with carved duck's head motifs, single drawer, on scroll supports with shaped undertier and front carved claw feet, 2ft. 10in.£100-150
79.     A Victorian oak Pembroke table, with single drawer on moulded square legs with H stretchers, 2ft. 6in.
80.     An Edwardian walnut centre table, octagonal top on reeded, turned legs with galleried undertier, on casters, 2ft. 10in.£70-100
81.     A burr walnut veneered display cabinet, serpentine fronted with two plate glass shelves, on claw and ball feet, 3ft.£60-80
82.     An early 20th century mahogany dining table, circular shape with carved Vitruvian scroll border, on cabriole legs with claw and ball feet, 3ft. 9in.£100-150
83.     A reproduction mahogany veneered lady's bureau, fitted interior above four serpentine-fronted drawers, bracket feet, 1ft. 10in.
84.     An 18th century oak drop-leaf table on cabriole legs with pad feet, 2ft. 8in.£50-70
85.     A reproduction mahogany bureau, flame-veneered fall-front enclosing fittings, above four long drawers, bracket feet, 2ft. 6in.
86.     A pair of George III mahogany dining chairs, pierced splats with carved anthemions, upholstered seats, plain square legs, repairs
87.     A mid 19th century child's bow-back Windsor armchair, constructed in ash throughout, front turned legs, attention needed to bow-back
88.     A reproduction mahogany lowboy, with two short and two long drawers, cabriole legs, 2ft.
89.     A pair of early 20th century mahogany standard lamps, spiral-carved stems, on carved tripod bases£50-60
90.     An oak coffee table, 2ft. 4in. and a brass-bound teak stick-stand, barrel-shape transfer printed with Royal Arms
91.     A mahogany bookcase, three adjustable shelves enclosed by pair of glazed doors, on bracket feet, 2ft. 10in.
92.     A mahogany side cupboard, panelled door enclosing three shelves, 1ft. 10in.
93.     A late Victorian dark oak dining chair, carved in flemish style, upholstered seat
94.     A Victorian walnut display cabinet, raised back with overshelf and mirror, single glazed door with inset oval mirror, 1ft. 9in.£50-60
95.     An early 20th century mahogany display cabinet, pair of glazed doors enclosing three adjustable shelves, 3ft. 1in.
96.     An Art Deco walnut veneered bureau-cabinet, central fall-front enclosing fittings above drawer and cupboard, glazed cabinet to each side, on claw and ball feet, 3ft. 10in.
97.     An early 20th century mahogany display cabinet, blind-fret frieze above single astragal door, enclosing two lined shelves, on square tapering legs, 1ft. 11in.- one glass pane cracked£50-80
98.     An early 19th century mahogany corner cupboard, single panelled door with satinwood cross-banding enclosing two shaped shelves, 1ft. 11in. wide
99.     A Victorian oak 'piano-top' Davenport, interior with hinged writing surface and two drawers, spring-loaded racks to top, four drawers to one side, enclosed by panelled door, on casters, 2ft. - in need of some attention£200-300
100.    A solid, light oak milking stool, with oval seat
101.    A small, early 18th century oak cupboard, pair of arched, fielded panel doors enclosing two shelves and four short drawers, two further drawers beneath, on bracket feet, circa 1720, 2ft. 4in. SEE ILLUSTRATION£200-300
102.    An Edwardian inlaid mahogany wardrobe, pair of flame-veneered cupboard doors above a bank of four drawers, flanked on each side by full-length mirror, 6ft. wide £100-150
103.    A 20th century Chinese rosewood dining set, circular table with extra leaf, 3ft. 8in. opening to 5ft. 6in. four splat-back chairs with carved motifs, squab cushions £150-200
104.    A pair of Victorian mahogany dining room chairs, with bar-backs and pink dralon upholstered seats, front tapering legs
105.    A George III mahogany chest on stand, (modified), blind-fret frieze above two short and three long drawers, replacement pierced brass handles, later stand on four carved cabriole legs with hairy paw feet, 3ft. 4in. - upper stage formerly a chest on chest£300-500
106.    A 19th century Zanzibar trunk, applied with engraved brass mounts and studs throughout, original lock and lock plate, cover with engraved strap hinges, enclosed candle-tray within, three base drawers, 4ft. 3in.£250-350
107.    A 1930's solid, medium oak sideboard, raised back above pair of central drawers, a cupboard to each side on melon bulbous supports. 5ft.
108.    A Victorian walnut pedestal desk, inset leather top above three drawers, three further drawers to each pedestal, turned walnut knob handles, on plinth with casters, 4ft. SEE ILLUSTRATION£300-500
108A.   Display cabinet
108B.   Pair of inlaid chairs
109.    A set of six early Victorian mahogany balloon-back dining chairs, with carved double-scroll bars, drop-in seats, front turned and fluted legs, three chairs with old repairs£100-150
110.    A George V mahogany sideboard, bow-fronted with two central drawers, cupboard to each side, blind-fret carved detail, on cabriole legs with claw and ball feet, 4ft. 6in.
111.    An Edwardian walnut coal Purdonium, overshelf above bevelled mirror, coal door carved with floral panel
112.    A reproduction yew-veneered display cabinet, three plate glass shelves enclosed by astragal doors, pair of panelled cupboard doors beneath, 3ft. 1in.£50-70
113.    A 1920's "bird's-eye" maple bedroom suite, consisting of lady's wardrobe, 3ft. 10in., gentleman's wardrobe, 2ft. 8in. and a dressing table with circular mirror, 3ft. 8in., all with walnut cross-banding and cream bakelite handles£100-150
114.    A late Victorian red walnut overmantel, architectural form with inset mirrors and four shelves, arched pediment carved with leaf scrolls, 3ft. 10in. wide£100-120
115.    A Victorian mahogany drop-leaf work table, with single drawer, on octagonal stem and platform base with casters, 1ft. 2in. wide£150-200
116.    A Victorian upholstered armchair, mahogany frame with carved scroll arm terminals, on front turned legs, upholstery as viewed, together with a Victorian walnut balloon-back dining chair£50-70
117.    A Victorian Chesterfield settee, two-seater settee upholstered in a buttoned green dralon, front turned legs£50-70
118.    A Victorian mahogany wash stand, marble top above two short frieze drawers, on turned supports with undertier, 2ft. 6in.£60-80
119.    A Victorian papier mache drawing room chair, inlaid with mother of pearl, enamelled and gilded with leaves, cane seat, on front cabriole legs£60-80
120.    An early 20th century mahogany display cabinet, single glazed door enclosing three shelves, 1ft. 9in.
121.    A medium oak drop leaf coffee table, 1ft. 11in. and an oak two-tiered plant stand
122.    An oak gateleg table, on baluster-turned underframe, 2ft.
123.    A dark oak hall wardrobe, enclosed by single panelled door, 2ft. 10in., together with a brass coal scuttle
124.    A modern two-seater settee and matching footstool, upholstered in a claret, blue and green fabric
125.    A solid, dark oak student's bureau, fall front above drawer and two open shelves, 2ft. 7in., together with an Art Nouveau dark oak book trough, 1ft. 11in.
126.    A solid, dark oak sideboard, two drawers above panelled cupboards, on barley-twist legs, 4ft.
127.    A late Victorian satin-walnut wardrobe, central mirror door flanked by carved panels in Art Nouveau style, 3ft. - cornice missing
128.    A late Victorian walnut wardrobe, central carved door flanked by mirrors, base drawer, 3ft. 6in.
129.    An Edwardian inlaid mahogany bedroom chest, two short and two long drawers, 3ft. 6in., together with a matching wash stand, marble top cracked - as viewed
130.    A Victorian painted pine bedroom chest, two short and three long drawers, 3ft. 6in. and a painted wood dressing chest of three drawers, 3ft.
131.    A Victorian painted pine bedroom chest, two short and three long drawers, each with turned wood knob handles and turned feet, 3ft. 3in.
132.    A Victorian painted mahogany chiffonier, on cabriole legs, 3ft. 10in. and a cream painted side cupboard enclosed by six cupboard doors, 4ft. 8in.
133.    A Victorian 'bird's eye' maple wardrobe, pair of full-length panelled doors, enclosing an arrangement of sliding trays, drawers and space for hanging, 5ft. £50-70
134.    Four modern wall mirrors, frames painted with flowers, 3ft. 6in. and 1ft. 6in. and an Edwardian oval framed mirror
135.    A Victorian child's Windsor stick-back armchair and ten Victorian bedroom chairs
136.    A wrought iron floor-standing candlestand, with nine candle sconces, on four wrought iron feet
137.    A Victorian painted pine 'dog-kennel' dresser base, stripped beech top above seven drawers, on short turned feet, 5ft. 8in.£60-80
138.    An imported wood telephone table, with drawer, 1ft. 4in., a similar stool and three firescreens
139.    A Victorian mahogany towel rail, together with an oval mahogany toilet mirror, mahogany-framed needlework firescreen, wine table and framed colour print
140.    A Samuel Withers & Co. cast iron safe, interior with single drawer, 22in. high; 15in. wide - complete with two keys
141.    A mahogany bedside cabinet, a carved hardwood wine table, one other wine table, child's rush-seated elbow chair and a stool
142.    A Jentique dark oak dining room pair, consisting of draw leaf table, 3ft. 6in. and a court cupboard, 4ft. 6in., also to include a set of four oak dining chairs and two further dining chairs
143.    A dark oak bedside table, with single drawer, baluster-turned underframe, 1ft. 4in.
144.    A dark oak bureau, fitted interior above two short and two long drawers, 2ft. 3in.
145.    A solid, dark oak bookcase, single, leaded glazed door enclosing two shelves, 1ft. 2in.
146.    A medium oak bookcase, enclosed by a pair of glazed doors, 3ft.
147.    An oak refectory-type dining table, on pierced end supports, 5ft. 6in. and a set of five stick back Windsor chairs
148.    A dark oak kneehole writing table, with five drawers, on baluster-turned legs, 3ft. 8in.
149.    A medium oak bedroom chest, of three drawers, 2ft. 6in. and an oak nest of three tables
150.    A solid, medium oak gateleg dining table, on barley-twist supports, 3ft. and a pair of oak slat-back dining chairs
151.    An oak bedside chest of four short drawers, 1ft. 5in., together with an oak cupboard with linenfold panelled front, 1ft. 3in. and an oak nest of three tables
152.    A late Victorian walnut bedroom chest, two short and two long drawers, brass handles, 3ft. 6in.
153.    A small pine and walnut corner cupboard, walnut door carved with a panelled lozenge, single shelf enclosed, 1ft. 9in. wide
154.    A burr walnut veneered nest of three tables, on cabriole legs, 1ft. 9in. and a bevelled wall mirror, rectangular shape in blue and moulded gilt frame 2ft. 9in.
155.    A reproduction yew-veneered hall table, serpentine-fronted with two drawers, fluted legs, 2ft. 7in., together with an oval mahogany wall mirror
156.    A set of four Edwardian walnut dining chairs, with bobbin-turned backs and dralon upholstered seats, on front turned legs
157.    A solid light oak dining table, on turned legs, frieze drawer to each end, 5ft. 6in. x 2ft. 9in.£50-70
158.    A reproduction serpentine-fronted mahogany chest, six short drawers, each with ring handles, bracket feet, 1ft. 8in.
159.    A reproduction mahogany pedestal desk, inset leather top above three frieze drawers, three further drawers to each pedestal, bracket feet, 4ft.£60-80
160.    A modern swivel-action office elbow chair, upholstered in a black leatherette
161.    A rococo-style gilt-framed wall mirror, 2ft. 6in. and a rectangular gilt-framed wall mirror
162.    A set of four Queen Anne-style walnut and beech dining chairs, with vase splats and drop-in seats
163.    An Art Nouveau brass fireguard, one other fireguard and four various mirrors
164.    A set of four Queen Anne style mahogany dining chairs, with vase splats, drop-in seats
165.    A small medium oak typist's desk, with a bank of four drawers, 2ft. 7in. £50-60
166.    A 1920's dark oak open bookcase, with open shelves to each side, 2ft. 6in. and one other oak open bookcase, 3ft.
167.    A reproduction mahogany sofa-type occasional table, with single drawer, 1ft. 6in.
168.    A dark oak draw leaf dining table, on bulbous end supports, 3ft. and a set of four dark oak dining chairs
169.    A reproduction mahogany lady's bureau, enclosed fitted interior above four drawers, 1ft. 10in.
170.    A mahogany two-tiered dinner wagon, drop-leaf top with handle, turned underframe, on wheels
171.    A pair of recliner wing armchairs, upholstered in a beige fabric with Chinese character script £50-70
172.    A French upholstered armchair, with carved walnut frame
173.    A brass standard lamp, with shade
174.    A Bevan Funnell yew-veneered dining room pair, consisting of pedestal table with extra leaf and a sideboard, three drawers above cupboards, 4ft. 10in.
175.    A reproduction yew-veneered corner cabinet, oval bevelled glass door enclosing two adjustable plate glass shelves, oval panelled cupboard base, 2ft. 4in. wide
176.    A pair of reproduction yew-veneered wine tables, 1ft. 8in. diameter and a similar bedside chest of four drawers, 1ft. 4in.
177.    A 1950's walnut portable cocktail cupboard, fitted interior enclosed by two hinged doors, 1ft. 1in.
178.    An Edwardian beech drawing room elbow chair, seat and heart-shaped back upholstered, on turned underframe
179.    A three seater settee, upholstered in calico, rust-coloured cushions and covers together with a matching armchair£50-70
180.    A three seater settee, upholstered in a rust-coloured fabric£50-70
181.    A Bevan Funnell 'Reprodux' oak desk, polished top above five drawers, baluster-turned underframe, 4ft. 2in.£50-60
182.    A reproduction mahogany hall table, serpentine fronted with two frieze drawers, turned tapering legs, 2ft. 9in.
183.    A Bevan Funnell 'Reprodux' carver chair, oak-framed with machine tapestry seat and back, on front ball-turned legs - clean
184.    A pair of Chippendale-style armchairs, upholstered, on front carved claw and ball feet
185.    An Edwardian inlaid mahogany overmantel, with oval bevelled plate, 4ft. extreme width
186.    A Chinese rug, floral patterns against a red ground, 12 x 9ft.
187.    A Persian carpet, geometric designs predominantly in red and two-tone blue, 11ft. x 8ft.
188.    Three early 20th century eastern wool rugs, geometric patterns, largest 5ft. x 3ft.
189.    Three early 20th century eastern wool rugs, geometric patterns, 4ft. 6in. x 3ft. 6in.
190.    A George III longcase clock, signed Blackie, Musselburgh, arched, painted dial with subsidiary seconds and date dial, replacement movement with anchor escapement striking on a gong, in mahogany case, the hood with swan neck pediment, 6ft. 1in. - complete with pendulum, weights and winding crank£400-500
191.    An oak 'grandmother' longcase clock, silvered dial above glazed trunk, chiming movement, 6ft. high£50-70
192.    A small collection of early 20th century golf clubs, within leather golf bag (15), also to include a copper warming pan
193.    A West German walnut cased mantel clock, with gong-striking movement, 23in. wide, together with an oak biscuit barrel, rosewood box, pair of opera glasses, etc.
194.    An early 20th century boy's brown velvet suit, two-piece suit with brass buttons, a christening gown, other clothing and linen tableware
195.    A Victorian oak desk-stand, with two glass inkwells, together with a Swiss carved wood bear model, 3.75in. and a chip-carved wood nutcracker
196.    Miscellaneous items to include a dagger, within leather sheath, Kundo year-going mantel clock, etc.
197.    Four Parker fountain pens, including '17 Lady' and '51', a Burnham fountain pen, two lady's Seiko wristwatches, seven royal commemorative crowns, etc.
198.    A zylophone, in mahogany case, 2ft. 7in. and a chinoiserie wall shelf, as viewed
199.    A chess set, consisting of complete sets of onyx chess men, contained within original mahogany case with onyx chessboard top, case 23.5in. square - some damage to chess men
200.    Gold-coloured metal evening bags and purses, nine total and two gilt-metal lady's compacts
201.    An 18th century bronze mortar with pestle and a 19th century brass mortar with pestle
202.    A silver mounted wood cigarette dispenser, a Victorian walnut and brass letter rack, brass kettle on burner stand, assorted Victorian brass saucepans, framed prints and two books, etc.
203.    A collection of early 20th century printer's letterheads, printer's tools and other related items
204.    Two large chenille table covers, geometric patterns, predominantly in blue and red, 9ft. 6in. x 5ft. 4in. and in green and cream, 7ft. 3in. x 5ft. 6in.
205.    A pair of chip-carved wood clogs, mother of pearl and abalone jewellery box and other small items
206.    A quantity of lady's bags, leather and others, also to include three soft toys and a large doll
207.    A Russian WWII Moisin Nagant rifle, 1940, 7.62mm calibre, complete with de-activation certificate£80-120
208.    An olive wood card games box, cased set of six silver teapsoons, silver napkin ring, nine First Day Cover stamps, occupied Jersey, 1942, etc.
209.    A Victorian stereoscopic viewer and a small collection of stereoscopic slides including elephant and keeper
210.    A Victorian walnut writing box, 14in. - faults, together with a Victorian beech coin box, beadwork firescreen, tubular brass plate rack and three other items
211.    Laurel and Hardy - a pair of modern painted composition characters, each seated upon a wrought steel bench, characters 24in. high
212.    A modern, painted composition Dumb Waiter, smiling, bespectacled character holding oval tray, 38in. high
213.    A large Liberty & Co. pewter bowl, two-handled and embossed with stylised plants, no. 0229, 10in. diameter£120-150
214.    An assortment of brass and copper ware, including a Victorian copper measure, brass bell on oak mount and a Victorian slug-iron
215.    A late 19th century bayonet, together with a silver mounted walking cane and one other walking cane
216.    An embroidered cream satin wedding dress and an assortment of Victorian lacework
217.    A Humidif humidor, 11in. and another, similar, 12in.
218.    A George II leather cider costrel, 1744, good, original condition with conspicuous stitching, indistinctly dated, 9in. high; 7in. long SEE ILLUSTRATION£120-180
219.    A WW1 monocular telescope by Ross, London, serial R.1083, dated 1918, within leather case, case worn
220.    A silver plated saxophone by Chas. E. Foote Ltd., No. 2206, complete, with accessories, in original fitted case£70-100
221.    An early 19th century trivet, pierced brass on wrought iron stand, turned wood handle
222.    A De La Rue, London, 'Papeterie' (stationery box), leather covered with gilt-tooling, interior contains hinged writing slope, pen and stamp cases, original envelopes, 12in.£100-150
223.    A Victorian mahogany work box, hinged cover above single drawer, 14.5in.
224.    A Romanian violin, complete with two bows and accessories, in case£60-80
225.    A walnut metronome and a tuning fork
226.    A pair of late 19th century spelter statuettes, classical male and female, each standing bedside pedestal, on rectangular ebonised plinths, 12.75in.
227.    An 18th century leather-covered deed box, domed, hinged cover with brass handle and iron studs, 16in. - lock detached £70-80
228.    A Victorian oak stationery box, panelled sloping top enclosing an arrangement of birch shelving, fitted single drawer beneath, 18in.£100-150
229.    A Negretti & Zambra microscope with accessories, contained within mahogany case£50-60
230.    A group of eight 19th century tapestry templates, printed in colours, all framed, largest 13 x11in. £50-70
231.    Four Zulu Assegai, (tribal spears), with steel blades £50-60
232.    An 18th century Scandinavian silver mounted horn, on turned rosewood pedestal, horn 6.75in. SEE ILLUSTRATION£70-80
233.    A cold-painted lead model of a stag, in the style of Bergman, 5in.
234.    A quantity of eastern engraved brassware
235.    Three mantel clocks, a cuckoo clock, ornamental brass ware, etc.
236.    A Dollond telescope, brass with leather binding, opening in three sections
237.    A period-style mantel clock, in walnut case, together with a brass door stop, engraved brass tray and three various boxes, etc.
238.    An 18th century bronze mortar, pair of Victorian brass candlesticks, small copper measure and other metalware
239.    An African hunting dagger, with turned hardwood handle, within crocodile skin sheath, blade 7.25in., together with a small crocodile skin
240.    An Indian table bell, cast bronze, suspended within deeply carved hardwood frame with metal inlay, with beater, frame 17.5in.
241.    A Victorian needlework picture, vignette of a young lady playing mandolin, framed, 14.5 x 19in.
242.    An early Victorian papier mache tray, oval shape with burr walnut grain and gilded border, 24 x 19in.
243.    A Victorian burr walnut jewellery box, with brass mounts, 6.5in.
244.    A Mont Blanc Meisterstuck fountain pen
245.    A pair of bronze Marley Horses, after Coustou, unsigned, dark brown patination, on black slate plinths, 14.5in. high SEE ILLUSTRATION£300-500
246.    A bronze figure of a bearded, semi-nude man, breaking open a tree trunk with bare hands, square base, unsigned, 15.5in. high SEE ILLUSTRATION £250-350
247.    A brass coal scuttle, brass log carrier, copper warming pan, cast iron weighing scale, etc.
248.    An Aquadial water softener, in original packaging
249.    A mariner's collection, consisting of hand-tools contained within box painted with shipping, a brass three-drawer telescope and an oil on board, view of a four-masted barque
250.    A Victorian mulitple wood puzzle bank, in the form of a house, articulated parts concealing recess, 5in. high
251.    A copper rivet, recovered from HMS Nile, mounted on oak plaque, 27in. long, together with a brass table lamp, wrought metal model of a double-deck tram and photograph frame
252.    A quantity of vintage carpenter's planes and other tools
253.    An early 20th century copper jardiniere, embossed with grapes and vine leaves, 16in. diameter
254.    Three early 20th century copper saucepans, a two-handled copper saucepan with cover and an oval copper cooking dish
255.    A Victorian horn beaker, with silver rim, 1891 and additional mount, 1903, 6in.
256.    A Kodak Retinette SLR camera, a Ricoh camera and two other cameras
257.    A set of Edwardian stereoscopic slides, views of Yosemite valley, contained within simulated book, complete with stereoscopic viewer
258.    An Infantry Mounted Officer's iron stirrup, Chinese carved hardwood box, pair of royal commemorative pressed glass plates and four other items
259.    A small German bisque boy doll's head, mould 142 with painted hair, sleeping eyes and open-closed mouth, a Heubach Koppelsdorf bisque doll, mould 321 and an Armand Marseille bisque doll, mould 390 - bodies unstrung £150-200
260.    Dinky toys and others, including Morris van, 'Capstan' - playworn
261.    A small Armand Marseille bisque doll, My Dream Baby, mould 351 with open mouth, 8in.
262.    Two rare hollow-cast lead toy figures, possibly Heyde, Chinaman and female companion, 3.75in.- condition poor-fair
263.    A pair of German lithographed tin-plate money banks, each in the form of a Scotsman with articulated tongue and sporran, verse beneath, circa 1920, 7in. high - poor-fair; missing parts £60-80
264.    Dinky Toys, 1950's and 1960's, including Foden tanker, 'Regent', second-type cab and Foden 502 flat-truck, first-type cab, also to include Hornby gauge O clockwork locomotive, lumber wagon and track and a small assortment of Meccano - as viewed£50-70
265.    Hornby Dublo, two-rail, including 2230 electric Bo-Bo Diesel Electric Locomotive and 2206 Tank Locomotive, instructions dated 1960, also to include rare 2750 and 2752 points, circa 1964, all in original boxes£80-100
266.    Hornby Dublo, set 2025 2-8-0 Heavy Freight Train, two-rail electric, in original box -very good; box poor-fair£100-150
267.    A Simon & Halbig/Kammer & Reinhardt bisque doll, mould 403 with sleeping eyes and open mouth, jointed composition body, 23in. - one leg unstrung£100-150
268.    A Simon & Halbig bisque boy doll, mould 126 with sleeping eyes and open mouth, bent-limb composition body, 14in. - one leg detached
269.    Tri-Ang Spot-On and Dinky Toys, Spot-On Vauxhall Cresta, in original box, Dinky Toys 918 Guy Van 'Ever Ready', Fodon Tanker 'Regent', airliners 999 D.H. Comet and 704 Avro York, and others, also to include a Marklin catalogue and other magazines£150-200
270.    An Heubach, Koppelsdorf doll, mould 320 with sleeping eyes and jointed composition body, 21in. - re-painted, together with a Pedigree plastic doll
271.    A Royal Garrison Artillery (Territorials) shoulder badge, Sussex, one other cap badge and a small number of WW1 postcards and ephemera
272.    A collection of earlier 20th century matchboxes, with contents, also to include a pencil sketch, Military Vehicle Conservation Group, signed Franklin and dated 1978 and two sets of framed postage stamps, Liberation of Luxembourg, 1944/1945
273.    Signed letters: Gracie Fields and Max Wall, 1941 and 1945 respectively
274.    A postcard album, 162 postcards, mainly royalty
275.    Dan Leno (George Wild Galvin, 1860-1904), a successful music hall comedian, momentos of his career, consisting of a pen and ink sketch portraying Leno as The Salvage Man, painted by Arthur Moreland, dated 1901, another watercolour caricature painted by W. Morgan, dated 1893, two framed photographs, painted papier mache portrait bust, 16in. and Leno's biography, J. Hickory Wood, pub. Methven & Co., containing two ink sketches£100-200
276.    A postcard album, 90 postcards, subjects include WW1 aeronautica, greetings, shipping, comics and topography£200-250
277.    A postcard album, 116 postcards, subjects include Sussex and Hampshire views, other topography including Scotland£100-150
278.    Vintage car badges, three car badges, including AA and Ramblers Association
279.    Cigarette cards - footballers and cricketers, all contained within six wood frames
280.    A rare set of early 19th century Napoleonic printed tokens, commemorating British victories in Portugal, Spain and France, 1808-1815, twelve circular printed tokens (one to each side), each commemorating famous battles, two further tokens applied to circular brass box, box cast with portrait bust of the Duke of Wellington and script, box 1.75in. diameter SEE ILLUSTRATION£80-120
281.    An autographed ticket to Buffalo Bill's Wild West show, 1904, signed in ink W. Cody, 'Buffalo Bill' SEE ILLUSTRATION£50-70
282.    Two early 20th century Ogden's cigarette card albums, black and white portraits of contemporary dignitaries and two other early 20th century cigarette card albums
283.    A late 19th century Black Forest mantel clock, featuring arched brass dial and gong-striking movement within architectural walnut case, 18in.£70-100
284.    A reproduction Admiral Fitzroy barometer, 40in., in original packaging
285.    A late Victorian oak barometer, Dollond, London, oak case carved with flowers, 34in.
286.    A 'Napoleon's hat' mahogany mantel clock, with silvered dial and Junghans gong-striking movement, 16in. wide
287.    A 19th century French gilt-metal mantel clock, convex enamelled dial and timepiece movement, within rococo-style case, on plinth, complete with key£60-80
288.    An Harrods carriage clock, featuring enamelled dial, timepiece movement and brass obis case, 5.75in. - with key£60-80
289.    An Empire-style mantel clock, enamelled dial within engine-turned brass bezel, German two-train movement, in ebonised, architectural case, 15in. high - bell missing; some damage around winding arbours
290.    A late Victorian aneroid wheel barometer, with carved walnut frame, 32in.
291.    An early 20th century walnut-cased mantel clock, 10in., a cased set of silver plated cutlery and an Indian carved wood stool, on three elephant supports
292.    A 19th century Black Forest wall clock, architectural form with Ionic capitals, gong-striking movement, 22in. high£50-70
293.    A quantity of household books
294.    A quantity of modern household books, including antiques reference
295.    Worthing Town Council publications, Minutes of Proceedings, 1937-53, complete including war years, half-calf, together with Kelly's Directory and Blue Book of Worthing, 14 volumes from 1930
296.    A collection of postcard collectors' reference books
297.    A collection of postcard collectors' reference books and catalogues
298.    A collection of postcard collectors' reference books and IPM catalogues
299.    A collection of books on old Worthing and Sussex, also to include Daily Mail Year Book, pre and post war
300.    A set of five Charles Dickens sketch books, photogravure characters, loosely bound
301.    Beverley R. Morris - British Game Birds and Wildfowl, Groombridge & Sons, 1855, first edition with 60 coloured plates, cloth with leather spine£250-350
302.    Lewis Carroll - Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through The Looking Glass, two cloth volumes, MacMillan & Co., 1898, People's Edition
303.    W. R. Ogilvie-Grant - Lloyd's Natural History, Game Birds, volumes 1 and 2, Lloyd, 1896, another, Handbook to the Primates, Monkeys, volumes 1 and 2 and one other volume, Mrs. Lankester, Wild Flowers, 1879
304.    William C. Blew - Brighton And Its Coaches, John Nimmo, London 1894, Mr. Gould's Tropical Birds and eleven other books
305.    A Vienna porcelain tea service, thirty-eight pieces including two serving plates, gilt set pattern borders
306.    A quantity of household china
307.    A Royal Copenhagen posy vase, a Wade porcelain model of a seal, two pairs of French bisque figures, pair of Victorian opaline glass vases, Goss royal commemorative mug, 1911, etc.
308.    A Victorian glass decanter, three other decanters, all with stoppers, Art Deco glass liqueur set and other glassware
309.    An Austrian porcelain vegetable tureen, with cover, on stand, complete with ladle, transfer printed with cherubs
310.    A Susie Cooper coffee service, fifteen pieces, Pimento pattern, Thomas Webb lead crystal decanter and other items
311.    Ceramic animal models, consisting of three elephant models, one a.f., six cat models including one by Royal Doulton, a box with cat cover, also to include a carved ebony elephant
312.    A Paragon bone china coffee service, twenty-four pieces for a six-place setting, other china, cut glass decanter, etc.
313.    A Nove earthenware wall pocket, in the form of a parasol, 14in. - restored, together with Chintz teaware by Shelley, Royal Winton and James Kent, etc.
314.    A Victorian earthenware toilet jug and basin and other china
315.    An assortment of ornamental glassware, miscellanea and linen
316.    A quantity of ornamental china
317.    A quantity of ornamental and useful china
318.    A 1960's Swedish clear glass vase, engraved with a girl and flying bird, etched signature, 7.5in., a pink-tinted glass vase, 7in. and a glazed stoneware vase, 16in.
319.    An assortment of china and glassware, including a Victorian decanter
320.    A large collection of limited edition collectors' plates, Wedgwood and others, all good and boxed
321.    Honiton pottery, two-handled oval serving dish, 12.5in. long and two milk jugs, all painted with stylised foliage in polychrome
322.    Two Royal Doulton figure groups, one damaged, two other figures, blue and white tableware, collectors plates with certificates, etc.
323.    An assortment of blue and white china, including coffee pot, a number of collectors plates and advertising jugs
324.    A Midwinter Stylecraft plate, view of Cannes after Hugh Casson, a 1930's Delphine bone china coffee set, Royal Doulton sandwich set, 1929 and one other plate
325.    A Royal Doulton bone china tea service, twenty-two pieces for a six-place setting, including teapot, April pattern
326.    A set of four Copeland & Garrett plates, Spode Felspar milk jug, other china and household glassware
327.    A pair of Edward Moore & Co. pressed glass vases, South Shields, late 19th century, green-marbled glass, ancient Etruscan shape, each on three phoenix supports, 6.75in., together with a cloud glass vase and two other items £50-80
328.    A Victorian cut, clear glass table lustre, with cut and pressed lustre drops, 9.5in.
329.    Three sets of five wine glasses, with coloured bowls, German porcelain figural candelabra, royal commemorative mug, silver plated condiment trio, etc.
330.    A large Portuguese earthenware charger, 15in., an Hummel figure, 'School Girl', pair of Goebel ballerinas and other ornamental china
331.    A pair of cut glass fruit bowls, 9in., two glass decanters, each with stopper and other glassware
332.    A Royal Crown Derby tea strainer, small matching dish and three bone china part tea sets
333.    China and glassware, to include a set of three ruby-overlaid wine glasses, Mary Gregory-type tumbler, Victorian copper lustre jug, etc.
334.    An early Victorian bone china tea service, twenty-seven pieces including teapot and two-handled sucrier, all brightly painted with flowers
335.    Two Capodimonte porcelain figures, a fisherman, 13in. and a falconer
336.    A Minton bone china tea service, thirty-six pieces for a six place setting, Marlow pattern
337.    Ornamental china, including a Hummel seated boy
338.    A set of six Waterford sherry glasses, set of four Waterford tumblers and other drinking glassware
339.    A Paragon dinner and tea service, sixty-six pieces including pair of oval serving dishes, Country Lane pattern
340.    A pair of 20th century Staffordshire pottery lion models, with glass eyes, 13in. long and a Chinese vase, ovoid shape painted in underglaze blue, 16in. high
341.    Assorted blue and white tableware, Crown Ducal claret and gilt part dinner service, etc.
342.    Two Victorian green-glazed leaf dishes, a Lauder, Barum jug and one other incised jug, also to include a set of four cut wine glasses and a set of eight engraved tumblers
343.    A Victorian Losol Ware toilet jug and basin, Langham pattern, a floral design in underglaze blue with enamels, basin 16in. diameter £50-60
344.    An assortment of household china and glassware, including a Royal Doulton part coffee set
345.    Two northern French faience candlesticks, 10in. and 7in., a similar pot, Victorian toilet jug, Chinese vase (a.f.) and other china
346.    A pair of Victorian Staffordshire pottery figures, a cobbler and his wife, each seated above a dog, modelled in the round, on square bases, 13in. high - female one hand re-attached£70-100
347.    C. H. Brannum, Barnstaple, four items of Sgraffito pottery, an Aller Vale jug, two SylvaC planters and similar jug and a large fruit bowl
348.    A Carlton Ware serving dish, painted with bright flowers, a Royal Worcester sweetmeat dish, pair of Victorian Doulton dessert dishes, pair of Carlton Ware dishes and six other items
349.    An unusual crackled glass salad bowl, painted with fish and underwater vegetation, on three cast ormolu dolphin mask feet, 9.75in. diameter - repaired, together with three Carnival glass dishes and a cast aluminium money bank in the form of a bear
350.    A large Royal Doulton glazed stoneware vase, 14in. - repaired, Doulton posy vase and figure, both a.f., Minton Art Nouveau vase, Austrian monk figure group - damaged, etc.
351.    A set of nineteen Wade Sorrento Ware plates, brightly painted with flowers
352.    Clarice Cliff Ravel pattern, tapering jug with angular handle, 6.5in., a sugar bowl, minor repairs to rim and two plates
353.    A late 19th/early 20th century Meissen figure, seated lady writing at table, crossed swords mark in underglaze blue, incised shape no. 2654, 6in. high - faults£80-120
354.    A German porcelain fairing, 'Last in Bed.....', two Chinese porcelain coffee cups and assorted ceramic animal models
355.    A gaggle of four earthenware flying geese, all with some damage
356.    A Clarice Cliff plate, formal design of a flowering hollyhock, against a coffee-coloured border, 9.75in.
357.    A William Moorcroft commemorative mug, Peace, 1919, painted with three flowers and dates of WW1, also latin script Pro Rege Pro Patria, painted signature and impressed mark, 3.75in. high SEE ILLUSTRATION£350-400
358.    A Royal Doulton bone china figure, 'Painted Lady', HN4849 Prestige Butterfly Ladies Series, limited edition, boxed
359.    A Berlin 'blanc-de-chine' figure, female market trader carrying large basket, sceptre mark in underglaze blue, 9in. - minor damage
360.    A Plichta (Wemyss) earthenware pig, Bovey Tracey-period, post 1932, recumbent on hind legs, painted with thistles and clover by Joseph Nekola, painted signature Nekola, Pinxt., printed Plichta, London, England, 10.75in. long SEE FRONT COVER

Made at the Bovey Tracey pottery following closure of Robert Heron's Wemyss business in Fife, Scotland. Joseph Nekola was son of Karel, the most prominant artist-designer at the former Wemyss pottery. Jan Plichta was the London retailer
361.    Royal Doulton Winnie-the-Pooh figurine collection, six characters, good and boxed
362.    A Royal Crown Derby coffee service, Japan pattern 2451, forty-two pieces including serving plate and milk jug, date code 1920 and a Royal Crown Derby vase, Japan pattern 1128, date code 1912, 4.5in. - latter two hairline cracks£150-200
363.    A Troika 'coffin' vase, abstract motifs against a blue textured ground, 6.75in.£70-100
364.    Four Royal Doulton figures, Beth HN4156, Shirley HN2702, Kathy HN3305 and Sunday Best HN2698£50-70
365.    A Royal Worcester figure, Ladies Day, a Spode figure and a Capodimonte figure group
366.    A pair of Lladro figures, eskimos children seated in winter clothes, 11.5 and 10in.£60-80
367.    A Lladro figure group, eskimo children standing huddled together, 13in.£50-70
368.    Lladro, a group of two nuns and a monk, 13.5in.
369.    Lladro, seated cherub youth, female cherub youth - damaged and two oriental figures
370.    Lladro, group of three cherub instrumentalists and a seated cherub£50-60
371.    Lladro - Nao, three figures, each female, tallest 7.5in.
372.    A large Royal Doulton character jug, The Lawyer, D6498
373.    Three Victorian Staffordshire flatback figure groups, each painted in enamels, tallest 14in.£50-70
374.    A Victorian Staffordshire flatback figure group, Robin Hood, 14.5in. - restored, together with a reproduction Staffordshire figure, Scots gunner at rest and another entitled 'Tennis-Cricket'
375.    Two large Royal Doulton character jugs, Rip Van Winkle D6438 and Tony Weller
376.    Two Royal Doulton character jugs, Lobster Man D6617 and Rip Van Winkle D6438, together with two Beswick character jugs, Scrooge and Tony Weller
377.    Four Henriot, Quimper plates, painted with flowers and geometric devices in bright enamels, 8in. diameter
378.    A Caldas, Portugal ceramic wall plaque, modelled with lizards, a frog and crustacean in bold relief against a green shredded clay ground, 12.25in. diameter £150-200
379.    A large late 19th century ceramic wall plaque, circular-shape modelled with storks and vegetation, painted by E. Nouvians, 18.5in.£50-80
380.    A large Goss crested china model, Irish Mather, 6in., together with a frosted glass figure group, Madonna and child, 9.5in.
381.    An 18th century Worcester plate, Pine Cone pattern, printed in underglaze blue, shaded crescent mark, together with a Caughley plate, Pine Cone pattern, shaded crescent mark, both 9in. - latter with rim chip£70-100
382.    David Sharp pottery, Rye, pair of large owl table lamps, an owl coin box and a mouse coin box, each painted in blue enamel
383.    David Sharp pottery, Rye, four ceramic models, a frog, a snail, a chicken and a swordsman
384.    A Royal Doulton Seriesware plate, 'The Squire' printed and enamelled, D3117, 10.5in.
385.    Three German Fairings, 'Twelve Months After Marriage', 'Returning at One O'Clock...' and 'The Last Into Bed....'
386.    An Hadley's Worcester vase, painted with panels of flowers, pierced rim, moulded detail, pattern F118A, 6in. high£100-150
387.    Two Moorcroft bowls, Hibiscus, early post-war, painted in peach enamel and two-tone green, applied labels, 6.25in. and 5.5in.£100-150
388.    A Moorcroft ginger jar and cover, Hibiscus, painted in peach enamel and two-tone green, 6in. and a matching powder bowl and cover£80-120
389.    Four Royal Doulton bone china figures, Daydream HN1731, Janet HN1537, Melanie HN2271 and Marie HN1370£70-100
390.    Four Royal Doulton bone china figures, Winsome HN2220, Top O' The Hill HN1334, Bess HN2002 and Christmas Morn HN1992£70-80
391.    Four Royal Doulton bone china figures, Adrienne HN2304, Celeste HN2237, Fragrance HN2334 and The Bridesmaid HN2196£70-80
392.    Four Royal Doulton bone china figures, Biddy Pennyfarthing HN1843, Premier HN2343, Autumn Breezes HN2147 and Grace HN2318£70-80
393.    Three Royal Doulton bone china figures, Geraldine HN2348, Fair Lady HN2193 and Valerie HN2107, together with a pair of Coalport bone china figures£50-70
394.    A Charlotte Rhead pottery wall plate, tube-lined and painted with leaf borders in brown and orange enamels, pattern 4491, 12.5in.£80-120
395.    Three Lladro figures, girl holding lamb, girl holding chicken, boy kneeling with sheep, tallest 10.25in.£60-80
396.    An Austrian porcelain centrepiece, modelled with a young maiden and two male youths, painted with flower sprays, 11in. long £100-150
397.    A pair of Stevenson and Hancock, Derby porcelain figures, youth and female companion , each seated holding basket of fruits and flowers, scroll bases, painted marks, 4.75in. - female's head glue re-attached£50-70
398.    A Clarice Cliff dish, Fantasque series, painted with stylised fruit, 4.5in.
399.    A Victorian Staffordshire portrait group, Princess Royal and Frederick of Prussia, 16in. - Frederick's head re-attached at neck£50-70
400.    A set of four early 19th century blue-printed hors d'oeuvres dishes, a Victorian bone china cottage pastille burner, a Goss miniature jug and basin, miniature Worcester tankard, etc.
401.    A Susie Cooper vase, abstract design in bold enamels, 5.75in., together with three items of Poole tableware, SylvaC-type jug and a Goss commemorative pot
402.    A small Beswick character jug, Micawber, together with a Royal Doulton figure, Cherie HN2341 and a silver mounted glass sugar sifter
403.    Six small Royal Doulton character jugs, Henry VIII, Captain Henry Morgan, The Poacher, Robin Hood, Captain Ahab and Merlin, latter cracked£50-70
404.    A pair of 19th century French porcelain vases, tapering-shape, each with twin gilt handles, painted with flowers against a blue ground, 8in.
405.    Lladro and Nao, four Lladro models including seated girl, four Nao models including seated boy£120-180
406.    A pair of Doulton Seriesware vases, The Jackdaw of Rheims, 8.5in. - each with a crack
407.    A pair of Victorian Staffordshire figures, modelled in the round, boy seated with dog, girl seated with goat, 8.75in.
408.    A set of six Royal Crown Derby coffee cups and seven saucers, together with a Lalique frosted glass model of a bull - ear chipped and two other items
409.    Royal Doulton Bunnykins Oompah Band, DB23 Sousaphone, 24 Trumpeter, 25 Cymbals, 26 Drummer and 27 Drum-major, all good and boxed£100-150
410.    A large Victorian Staffordshire pottery figure, bearded huntsman wearing plumed head-dress, his dog beside, 18in. - minor restoration£50-70
411.    Three Victorian Staffordshire figure groups, one a watch-holder supported by three females, 11in. - repaired, sleeping Scots gunner and gentleman with dog£70-80
412.    A pair of Victorian Staffordshire pottery cat models, each black, recumbent on cushion bases, 7in. - one cracked£50-70
413.    A Royal Doulton model of a resting cat, shape 1558 and three SylvaC cat models
414.    A pair of Bretby earthenware cat models, each playing with a ball of string and another with a cotton reel, all 9.5in., also to include a Bretby dog model
415.    A pair of figural spill vases, gallant and female companion, each beside a tree stem, together with a German porcelain candlestick figure, German bisque spill vase figure group and a pair of eggs, within basket£60-80
416.    A 19th century German porcelain figure group - condiment set, chess players, three other German porcelain figures and five smaller German porcelain figure groups £80-120
417.    A T. Forester & Sons Phoenix Ware wall plate, painted with a phoenix in bold enamels, 11.5in., together with a Forester Trogan Ware vase, 8.25in.
418.    A pair of earthenware book-ends, each in the form of a girl seated, reading book, 6in., together with a SylvaC butter dish and cover, moulded in the form of a cat and mouse, mould 4525
419.    Twenty-one items of crested china, various makes
420.    A 19th century Chinese porcelain vase, bulbous-shape painted with flowering shrubs in underglaze blue, 11.5in. - cracked
421.    A miniature Satsuma vase, Meiji period, with lilac flowers and green leaves with gilding, 3.75in. on wood plinth£80-120
422.    Five various miniature Satsuma vases, each painted with alternating panels of figures and foliage in enamels, all signed, tallest 2.5in. - one neck rim chipped£100-150
423.    A pair of Satsuma vases, Meiji period, hexagonal shape painted and gilded with warriors, muses and females against a gilded blue ground, signed, 6.75in. - one foot rim chipped
424.    A 19th century Chinese porcelain moon-flask, with serpent handles, each side painted with a riverscape in underglaze blue, 16in. high - neck repaired; converted to electric
425.    A Japanese egg shell tea service, forty pieces including teapot, also to include six Villeroy & Boch plates
426.    A pair of 19th century Imari porcelain jars, reeded baluster shape with domed covers, painted in traditional colours, 11in. £150-200
427.    Two 19th century Imari porcelain jars, each with domed cover, 8.5in. and two Chinese ginger jars, prunus blossom in underglaze blue, with covers£60-80
428.    A late 19th century Kutani vase ornament, twin-handled and painted with females in a garden
429.    Two pairs of late 19th century Kutani porcelain vases, tallest 7in. and two smaller pots with covers
430.    A 19th century Persian earthenware vase, squat globular shape painted with flowers and leaf scrolls, 5.5in. high, together with a Chinese inside-decorated snuff bottle, Chinese export plate in underglaze blue and four other items£50-60
431.    A large Japanese porcelain charger, painted with flowers in a deep underglaze blue, 18.5in. diameter£70-80
432.    A Japanese wood page turner, carved with exotic birds and leafage, 17in.
433.    World War two medals and badges, RAMC, group of five medals including 1939-1945 and Africa Stars, two cap badges, two beret badges, four Royal Arms badges, etc.
434.    A Victorian 9ct. gold bar brooch, set central turquoise and a Victorian gilt-metal brooch, lozenge-shape£50-60
435.    A Victorian gilt-metal brooch, amethyst-coloured stone surrounded by seed pearls and a cameo and marcasite brooch£50-70
436.    A 14ct. gold and cornelian ring, a similar yellow metal ring, 9ct. gold and silver marcasite ring and other jewellery£100-150
437.    A .925 silver bracelet, jagged design to exterior
438.    A gentleman's 18ct. gold and diamond gypsy ring, single stone approximately 0.7ct., ring size R/S, 8.5 grams gross total SEE ILLUSTRATION£250-300
439.    A 19th century 18ct. gold mourning ring, set single minute diamond within black enamel setting, ring size O SEE ILLUSTRATION £100-150
440.    A British War Medal, to L. Goodman, R.N.A.S., no. F.42912 and a WW2 medal with Malaya bar to Private C. Goodman, W. Yorks., 22623019, both in original boxes
441.    A gold and diamond solitaire ring, diamond approximately 0.5ct., ring size K£100-150
442.    A pair of silver and simulated ruby earrings£60-80
443.    A collection of international currency notes, approximately 600 total with some duplicates
444.    A 9ct. gold watch chain, 22 grams£150-180
445.    A Victorian 15ct. gold bar brooch, set two small sapphires and three seed pearls
446.    A Victorian 9ct. gold brooch, set large faceted central amethyst, two small amethysts and an arrangement of seed pearls SEE ILLUSTRATION£50-70
447.    A Victorian pinchbeck brooch, oval shape set with single seed pearl, articulated links beneath
448.    A citrine and pearl-type brooch and a small assortment of costume jewellery, contained within green leather case
449.    WW1 medals to Private/Corporal F. Gill, East York. Regiment, 10163, 1914 Star, Peace medal and Victory medal, with ribbons, contained within original box, together with three WW2 medals and group of four miniatures including Air Crew Europe, later miniature, royal commemorative, 1977 and a Lad's Church Brigade medal, 1912
450.    A collection of ancient, medieval and later coins, copper and silver, from Roman period including grote, 1356, others of the reigns of Edward I, II, III, IV, Elizabeth I, James I, Charles I, etc., 81 coins total - condition varies £250-300
451.    A 9ct. gold signet ring and a quantity of costume jewellery, also to include a crocodile skin jewellery casket
452.    A 9ct. white gold, diamond and sapphire ring, half-hoop design set numerous small stones, ring size H
453.    A quantity of costume jewellery
454.    A gold sovereign, 1906, within 9ct. gold mount, on 9ct. gold chain, chain approximately 14 grams£250-300
455.    A gold soverein, 1902, within 9ct. gold mount forming a ring, 12.9 grams total£140-160
456.    A gold half-sovereign, 1910, within yellow metal mount forming a ring, 8.2 grams total£70-100
457.    A 9ct. gold band ring, with cross pendant, 2.6 grams
458.    A gold and amethyst dress ring, single facet-cut amethyst within pierced mount, hallmarks indistinct SEE ILLUSTRATION
459.    A gold and garnet half-hoop ring, seven garnets within carved setting, hallmarks indistinct, ring size M SEE ILLUSTRATION
460.    A 9ct. gold ring, pierced design, 2.9 grams and a 9ct. gold twist ring, 3.2 grams £50-70
461.    A 9ct. gold and garnet half-hoop ring, five stones within carved setting, ring size N
462.    A 14ct. gold and diamond half-hoop ring, five small diamonds within claw setting, ring size n£80-120
463.    A 14ct. gold and diamond ring, numerous small diamonds forming three rosettes within claw setting, ring size O £100-150
464.    A 9ct. gold link chain, with T-bar, 15.7 grams£120-140
465.    A 9ct. gold link bracelet, with padlock pendant, 41.2 grams SEE ILLUSTRATION£280-350
466.    A 9ct. gold charm bracelet, fourteen 9ct. gold charms, one unmarked charm and 9ct. gold padlock pendant, 51 grams total SEE ILLUSTRATION£350-450
467.    A 9ct. rose-gold necklace, unusual link design, approximately 36 grams SEE ILLUSTRATION£250-300
468.    A pair of 18ct. gold-twist earrings and a variety of silver jewellery, etc.£50-70
469.    A modern 9ct. two-colour gold necklace, set single diamond, approximately 0.5ct.£250-300
470.    A modern gold and diamond solitaire ring, claw-set stone, approximately 0.35ct., cross-over style, ring size P£200-250
471.    A Victorian gold plated cameo brooch and an assortment of costume jewellery and coinage
472.    A 9ct. gold link bracelet, 24 grams£150-200
473.    An amethyst pendant, oval shape within yellow metal mount, on 9ct. gold chain£50-70
474.    A yellow metal ring, set single pearl, ring size M SEE ILLUSTRATION£120-150
475.    A variety of 9ct. gold and yellow metal earrings, also to include a 9ct. gold dress ring£100-130
476.    An assortment of 9ct. gold and yellow metal jewellery, approximately 34 grams total£200-250
477.    An imported yellow metal ring, set oval green stone, ring size P SEE ILLUSTRATION£100-150
478.    An 18ct. gold and sapphire insect brooch, natural internal flaw to principal stone£350-400
479.    A 9ct. gold and five stone citrine ring, carved setting, together with one other citrine ring, step-cut£100-150
480.    A quantity of silver and white metal earrings£70-100
481.    A jade and yellow metal buddha pendant and twelve other related items£100-150
482.    A quantity of costume jewellery£80-120
483.    A lady's 18ct. gold wristwatch, six lady's 9ct. gold wristwatches and a lady's 9ct. gold wristwatch case£100-150
484.    A quantity of costume brooches, Miracle and others£60-80
485.    An 18ct. gold and diamond solitaire ring and four other gold rings£180-220
486.    A Jargoon suite of jewellery, consisting of three brooches and pendant£80-120
487.    A 9ct. gold and aquamarine dress ring and three yellow metal dress rings£80-120
488.    A collection of marcasite jewellery
489.    A large quantity of costume jewellery£80-120
490.    An imported yellow metal ring, set single oval jade stone, ring size K/L SEE ILLUSTRATION£100-150
491.    A collection of silver and silver plated dog brooches and further dog brooches in a variety of materials£200-250
492.    A quantity of various brooches, numerous types and materials£120-150
493.    A quantity of costume jewellery£150-200
494.    An 18ct. gold bar brooch, set central step-cut amethyst SEE ILLUSTRATION£50-70
495.    A 9ct. gold brooch, in the form of a racehorse and jockey SEE ILLUSTRATION
496.    A silver pendant, other costume jewellery and a Bayard brass carriage clock
497.    A yellow metal diamond and ruby brooch, circular, lobed shape£200-300
498.    A lady's 18ct. gold Armida wristwatch, stylised design, the shoulders each set with twenty minute diamonds£200-250
499.    A pair of Thai (Siam) Sterling bangles, cast with traditional dancing scenes, 3in. high and a Thai (Siam) brooch
500.    A 9ct. gold chain, approximately 14 grams, a yellow metal chain with ingot pendant, approximately 6 grams and an assortment of costume jewellery and coins£70-100
501.    A 22ct. gold band wedding ring, 5 grams, ring size I and an 18ct. gold ring, 6 grams, ring size P£140-160
502.    Two 18ct. gold cameo rings, female portrait busts, ring sizes L and Q£80-100
503.    An 18ct. gold diamond and blue topaz ring, large central topaz with three small diamonds to each shoulder, ring size P SEE ILLUSTRATION£120-150
504.    A nine-stone diamond cluster ring, on yellow metal shank, ring size Q SEE ILLUSTRATION£300-400
505.    A 19th century 18ct. gold mourning ring, with inset hair and black enamel, ring size L -enamel chipped
506.    A yellow metal and amethyst dress ring, ring size K and a white metal and blue topaz dress ring£60-80
507.    A 9ct. gold dress ring, claw-set with large green stone
508.    An 18ct. gold ring, single pearl-type stone within cross-over setting, ring size O SEE ILLUSTRATION £50-70
509.    An 18ct. gold and diamond cluster ring, nine small diamonds, bark-effect shank, ring size Q£80-120
510.    An 18ct. gold fob chain, with T-bar, approximately 54 grams and a fob with inset stones revolving within 18ct. gold mount SEE ILLUSTRATION£700-800
511.    A 9ct. gold curb-link bracelet, with 9ct. gold padlock clasp, 17 grams SEE ILLUSTRATION£100-150
512.    An Italian 18ct. gold brooch, in the form of a rabbit, set single blue stone
513.    A late Victorian 9ct. gold and amethyst brooch, set six faceted amethysts, one amethyst chipped and one other amethyst and seed-pearl brooch£60-80
514.    An imported yellow metal brooch, in the form of a bird, set single turquoise stone, stamped 18
515.    A small 9ct. gold locket, with engraved detail, together with a larger oval engraved gold plated locket£80-100
516.    A 9ct. gold Teddy bear bar brooch, three seated Teddy bears, 6 grams
517.    Two 9ct. gold chains, 12 grams and 5 grams£100-120
518.    An unmarked yellow metal guard chain, 23 grams£120-150
519.    A lady's gold Cyma wristwatch and detached 9ct. gold bracelet-strap, strap 14 grams£80-100
520.    A lady's gold Cyma wristwatch on 9ct. gold strap
521.    A lady's 9ct. gold Movado wristwatch, on 9ct. gold strap, three links detached
522.    Two 18ct. gold dress rings, one a.f. and two engraved 18ct. gold wedding rings, approximately 15 grams£180-220
523.    Three 9ct. gold rings, one with two inset stones, 21 grams£100-150
524.    A 9ct. gold dress ring, with inset St. Christopher medallion, 9 grams, a 9ct. gold dress ring, inset citrine and a 9ct. and amethyst dress ring£70-80
525.    An 18ct. gold, diamond and opal ring, lozenge-shape with central opal surrounded by twelve small diamonds, ring size n£250-300
526.    A 9ct. gold snake bracelet, flexible coiled snake with inset red stone eyes, 21 grams gross SEE ILLUSTRATION£100-150
527.    A 9ct. gold necklace and matching bracelet, approximately 6 grams and one other 9ct. gold bracelet, approximately 3 grams
528.    An 18ct. white gold dress ring, one other dress ring and a 9ct. gold cameo brooch
529.    A gold plated necklace, with pearl-type stones and an assortment of costume jewellery
530.    An 18ct. gold diamond solitaire ring, brilliant-cut stone approximately .35 ct., ring size I£200-250
531.    A 9ct. two-colour gold bracelet, 10.8 grams£60-80
532.    A suite of silver plated cutlery, forty-three pieces for a six-place setting, within oak case
533.    A silver plated three-piece teaset, together with a pierced plated bread basket with swing handle and a plated candelabrum, etc.
534.    A silver plated trophy, with cover, other silver plated ware and cutlery
535.    A port decanting cradle, silver plated on oval mahogany plinth, 12in. long£50-70
536.    A set of twelve silver plated fish knives and forks, within oak case
537.    An engine turned silver photograph frame, London hallmarks indistinct, possibly 1906, 9 x 7in.£50-60
538.    A silver novelty pin cushion, in the form of a duck, Birmingham 1911, 3in. long£100-150
539.    A novelty silver handle, in the form of a greyhound, Birmingham 1904, together with three items of silver cutlery, a small silver trophy cup and an engraved silver napkin ring
540.    A Georgian-style silver plated teaset, four pieces including teapot and hot water jug, also to include a cased pair of late Victorian fish servers
541.    A set of three silver salts, pair of silver pepper pots, silver cigarette box, silver plated entree dish, etc.
542.    A pair of American Sterling cream spoons, with cast handles, C.D. Peacock, circa 1900
543.    A continental silver model of a longboat, embossed with youths playing in a garden, two youths with spinning top, 7.5in. long£50-60
544.    A Mappin & Webb Prince's Plate breakfast dish, revolving top enclosing liners, 13.75in. long
545.    A small silver sweetmeat dish, with pierced border, on pedestal base, Birmingham 1912, 4in. diameter
546.    A good quality Walker & Hall silver plated entree dish, cast with shells, leaves and gadrooned rims, complete with cover and detachable handle, 12.5in. long and a Victorian James Dixon EPBM biscuit barrel, with cover
547.    A large silver plated tray, with cast handles, grape and vine leaf border, an assortment of silver plated ware and a lead crystal decanter with stopper£50-70
548.    A Drew & Sons green leather vanity case, fitted interior containing four glass bottles with silver covers and other implements, London 1911£70-80
549.    An Edwardian carving set, knife, fork and steel with ivory handles and silver ferules, Sheffield 1907, in original oak case and a silver plated nut cracker, in original case
550.    A silver bowl, circular shape embossed with spade devices, Sheffield 1911, 5.5in. diameter, on ebonised plinth, together with a continental silver basket, pierced and engraved, 6in. and a set of four silver coffee spoons
551.    A silver cream jug, wrythen-shape, on double-scroll feet, Birmingham 1900, one other silver cream jug and a pierced oval silver trinket dish£60-80
552.    A silver condiment trio, Birmingham 1953 and three other silver condiments
553.    A silver matchbox case, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd. London, 1904 and a silver cigarette box, London Jubilee Mark 1935
554.    A cased set of six silver handled tea knives and forks, Sheffield 1911, a pair of plated and engraved serving spoons, pair of fish servers and a set of six tea knives, all cased
555.    A silver, tortoiseshell and pique ring box, oval shape, Birmingham 1913, 3.75in. and a circular silver ring box
556.    A Victorian silver pepper pot, Birmingham 1888, two other silver mounted condiments, a circular, engine-turned silver photograph frame and a cased set of six silver apostle coffee spoons £50-60
557.    A cased pair of silver plated fish servers, plated condiment set, pair of plated salts, etc.
558.    A part set of four silver napkin rings and a pair of silver napkin rings
559.    A silver plated teaset, four pieces including two hot water pots, also to include an engraved tray and condiment trio
560.    A canteen of silver plated cutlery, bead pattern, sixty-eight pieces and other plated cutlery
561.    A silver plated entree dish and cover, plated and engraved three-piece teaset, two plated trophy cups, pair of conch shell salts, also to include a silver napkin ring and two small silver server spoons, etc. £50-70
562.    A Mappin & Webb silver two-handled pedestal dish, London 1909, together with a silver mounted glass scent bottle, pierced silver butter dish with silver server and two silver napkin rings
563.    A Georgian-style silver plated teapot and other silver plated ware
564.    A pair of Bateman silver 'berry' spoons, London 1807, a pair of George III bright-cut silver tablespoons, London 1794, two part sets of Georgian silver teaspoons and two other items£60-80
565.    A Victorian silver card case, by Nathaniel Mills, engraved with a view of a London bridge within scrolls, reverse side engraved with leaves, Birmingham 1850£200-250
566.    A Victorian silver fiddle-pattern ice spoon, London 1887 and eight other items of silver flatware, also to include a silver photograph frame
567.    A set of six .830 silver coffee spoons, together with a Victorian engraved silver butter knife and a silver taper stick
568.    A silver plated canteen of cutlery, six-place setting and other plated cutlery
569.    A complete set of 138 silver ingots, each representative of a nation, contained within coffee table, plate glass cover£150-250
570.    A pair of silver plated candlesticks, corinthian columns, complete with detachable sconces, 6.25in. and a silver plated tankard
571.    A Dutch miniature silver coffee grinder, with embossed detail, 1.75in., together with a Dutch miniature silver bowl, one handle missing and a white metal step ladder model, 3in.£50-60
572.    A silver four piece tea service, consisting of teapot, hot water jug, two-handled sugar bowl and milk jug, James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1946, approximately 56oz. gross total SEE ILLUSTRATION£300-400
573.    A late Victorian silver salver, cast, gadrooned rim, on three pad feet, London 1896, approximately 20oz., 9.75in. SEE ILLUSTRATION£120-150
574.    A silver sugar bowl and matching cream jug, Birmingham 1926, approximately 6oz. total, sugar bowl a.f.
575.    A royal commemorative silver box, globular shape, 1973, in original case, approximately 11oz.£60-80
576.    Two silver salts, a silver pepper pot and two silver napkin rings
577.    Small silver ware, to include a set of six napkin rings, set of six coffee spoons with enamel bowls, mustard pot, belt buckle, plated pencil
578.    An imported silver pocket watch, enamelled dial signed A. & G. Taylor
578A.   A set of six royal commemorative silver goblets£200-250
579.    Alfred Best - two watercolours, rural views, another, similar and one other watercolour, signed F. Leyton, The Headland, Newquay
580.    Agudo Clara - crayon sketch of a cavalier, signed, 22 x 16in. and a contemporary screen print, 11 x 16in.
581.    Approximately 150 frameless prints - Napoleon and contemporaries, monochrome
582.    A 19th century hand-coloured line engraving - Wellington and other heroes of Waterloo, together with seven various 19th century and later prints of Napoleon
583.    An aquatint - Baron Nelson of The Nile, 1798, a printed memorial of Lord Viscount Nelson, 1805 and ten other Nelson-related prints
584.    J. Sprimont - large Art Deco oil on canvas, life-size portrait of Maria Hanson, nee Mertens, reclining with cushion against a stylised ground, signed and dated 1929, 31 x 60in.
585.    Will Savage - oil on board, entitled Croyde, Devon, signed and dated 1968, 11.5 x 15.5in.
586.    A modern oil on canvas, still life, fruit and vase on a table, 20 x 16in., together with an oil on board, two racehorses with mounted jockeys, 8 x 15in.
587.    A quantity of framed pictures, books including Girl's Own Annual, cream painted mirror, etc.
588.    A quantity of framed pictures, two petit-point needlework tapestry pictures, similar firescreen etc.
589.    A signed W. Russell Flint print, Esperanza, signed in pencil on mount, 17 x 22in.£120-150
590.    A signed W. Russell Flint print, Provencal Caprice, signed in pencil on mount, 17 x 23in.£120-150
591.    A signed W. Russell Flint print, Festal Preparations, Manosque, signed in pencil on mount, 16 x 23in.£120-150
592.    Peter Lancaster - oil on board, the racehorse 'Barons Folly' running to victory, Queen Anne Stakes, Ascot, 1957, signed and dated 1986, 23 x 25in., complete with Press Association photograph
593.    A late Victorian chromolithograph, believed to be after Fred Roe, street scene with Lord Nelson greeting market traders, 20 x 32in.
594.    An early 20th century watercolour, Calcutta market scene, unsigned, 8 x 12in. and a watercolour, crested grebes, 6 x 9in. £50-100
595.    An early 20th century Dutch oil on canvas, girl walking beneath arch, indistinctly signed, 19 x 15in.£50-60
596.    J. Verstreken - three oils on canvas, various subjects, signed
597.    C. Penstone - pair of watercolours, views of Table Mountain, South Africa, signed, 12 x 19in. and another watercolour by the same artist, coastal view, 14 x 20in.
598.    J. Harvey - pair of oils on canvas board, Napoleonic battle ships in combat, signed, 24 x 36in. and another, wintry scene, signed I. Cafieri, 24 x 36in.
599.    I. S. Moreland - watercolour, coastal view, one other watercolour, wintry scene, two monochrome etchings and two other pictures
600.    A modern oil on canvas, coastal view with fisherfolk, 20 x 24in.
601.    A modern oil on canvas - woodland with stream, 23 x 19in. and two small oil paintings on board, horse and ship
602.    William Patrick Roberts, R.A. - oil on board, panoramic landscape with grazing sheep, signed, receipt of purchase verso, 1979, 15 x 21in. £200-300
603.    Arthur Suker - pair of watercolours, seascapes with cliffs and seagulls, signed, 18 x 11in.£250-350
604.    A pair of small flower pictures, contained within carved wood grape and vine leaf frames, two small oil paintings, circular gilt and blue frames and five other pictures
605.    W. Russell Flint - signed print, 'Castanets', signed in pencil on mount, 16 x 22in.£60-80
606.    Two still life oils on canvas, signed H. C. Blake and V. Abernethy, 7.5 x 9.5in. and a pair of oils on board river scenes, unsigned, 10 x 18in.
607.    Four oil paintings, rural views, various artists, one dated 1900
608.    H. C. Heffer - pair of oils on board, rural views, three other oil paintings and a crayon sketch
609.    A 19th century marine aquatint, Admiral Sir John Jervis after W. J. Huggins, published 1837, 14.5 x 21.5in.
610.    A 19th century marine painting, canvas laid on board, view of a three-masted clipper in full sail, unsigned, 14.5 x 21.5in.£120-180
611.    Pinhorn Wood - set of four watercolours, East Sussex views, three named verso, signed, 9.5 x 14in., also to include another watercolour by the same artist £200-300
612.    A map of Sussex by Robert Morden, line-engraved with hand-coloured detail, 13.5 x 16.25in.£50-60
613.    A quantity of various pictures
614.    Four watercolours, local views and two other pictures
614A.   A quantity of various framed and glazed pictures
614B.   Various framed and glazed pictures
615.    A quantity of framed pictures
616.    A late 17th century printed map of Hertfordshire after Robt. Morden, hand-coloured detail, 14.5 x 18in.£50-70
617.    A 19th century oil on board, monogrammed WRD, recumbent dog in a doorway, table alongside with plumed hat, 6.25 x 8.25in.£50-80
618.    Colin Selley - modern oil on canvas, entitled Copse, 16in. square£50-80
619.    C. Whyatt - pair of oils on canvas, rural views with streams, one signed, 19 x 14in. £100-150
620.    An oil on canvas, woodland scene with cows, 12 x 18in.
621.    Walter Boodle - oil on canvas, view of Arundel Castle, signed, 12 x 9in.
622.    David Hopper - watercolour, camel and armed rider, signed, 10 x 8in.
623.    Maurice Man - mixed media, entitled She Reads Like a Book, signed and dated '72, 26 x 20in.£80-100
624.    An indistinctly signed oil on canvas, view of a foliating coastline, 15 x 31in., other various pictures and two large gilt-framed mirrors
625.    A small watercolour, indistinctly signed and a variety of framed prints, also to include an Edwardian inlaid mahogany mirror
626.    A group of three small oils on board, two Napoleonic infantry and a street scene, indistinctly signed, 3.5 x 5in. and a watercolour, Thames sailing boat
627.    A modern oil on canvas - still life, grapes and other fruit, a goblet, on table£60-80
628.    Ronald E Grigg - oil on canvas, half-length portrait of a young lady carrying wheat harvest, signed and dated '43, 20 x 30in.£60-80
629.    George Deakins - modern oil on board, two galleons at sea, signed and dated '81, 20 x 32in.
630.    After H. Schmaltz - coloured etching, After the Crucifixion, 20 x 30in.£80-100
631.    A signed W. Russell Flint print, artist's proof, published by Frost & Reed, 1967, signed in pencil on mount, 12 x 22in. £120-150