Antiques, Furniture, Collectables & Household Effects Sale
on Tuesday 26th July 2011


1.      A set of four Victorian rosewood balloon-back dining chairs, moulded frames on cabriole legs, seats upholstered in a cream-ground fabric£250-300
2.      A Victorian mahogany tilt-top breakfast table, oval top on octagonal tapering stem and carved tripod base with casters, top 4ft. 6in. x 3ft. 6in.£250-300
3.      An ealry 19th century grained pine chest, two short and three long drawers, each oak-lined with replacement turned wood knob handles, simulated cross-banding throughout, 3ft. 1in. - bracket feet missing£80-120
4.      A Victorian satin-walnut dressing chest, adjustable mirror above two trinket drawers, two short and two long drawers beneath, 3ft. 6in.
5.      A Victorian mahogany chiffonier, raised back with overshelf, three panelled cupboards beneath and angular open ends, 5ft. 11in.£70-100
6.      A Victorian inlaid burr-walnut combination games/work table, revolving, quarter-veneered top enclosing baize lining, single fitted frieze drawer and sliding recess beneath, on turned legs with stretchers, 2ft.£180-250
7.      A late Victorian walnut sideboard, central bowed section fitted with two drawers above recess, flanked on each side by a drawer and panelled cupboard, floral-carved detail, 5ft.
8.      An early Victorian mahogany drop-leaf dining table, on turned legs, 3ft. 4in. x 4ft. 3in. extended£80-100
9.      A matched set of six George IV mahogany dining chairs, over-hanging top rails above bar-backs, five bar-backs carved, on front turned and reeded legs£120-180
10.     A burr-walnut veneered display cabinet, two plate glass shelves enclosed by a pair of astragal-glazed doors, on cabriole feet, 4ft. 1in.
11.     An Edwardian inlaid mahogany display cabinet, single door enclosing lined interior with two shelves, the whole inlaid with box and black banding, on slim, square tapering legs and spade feet, 4ft.£200-300
12.     A mahogany cheval mirror, bevelled plate adjustable on scroll-end supports, 5ft. 6in. high£100-150
13.     An early 18th century burr walnut chest, quarter-veneered and cross-banded top above two short and three long drawers, herringbone borders throughout, shaped brass handles and escutcheons, on bracket feet, 3ft. 4in.£200-300
14.     A George III oak chest on chest, upper stage with two short and three long drawers, lower stage with three long drawers, all cock-beaded and oak-lined throughout, replacement brass hardware, on bracket feet, 3ft. 2in.£800-1200
15.     A mid 17th century north country oak wainscot armchair, with arcaded panel back, on front turned legs with plain stretchers, circa 1670, some attention needed SEE ILLUSTRATION£200-300
16.     A mid 17th century oak six-plank coffer, the front carved with lunettes above a lunette moulding, beech candle tray enclosed, on shaped front supports, 2ft. 8in. SEE ILLUSTRATION£200-300
17.     A Queen Anne-period walnut cabinet on chest, ovolo-moulded frieze drawer above a pair of doors enclosing an arrangement of pigeon holes and drawers around central cupboard, three concealed compartments, two short and three long drawers, the whole herringbone-inlaid throughout, replacement gilt-brass rococo hardware, circa 1710, 3ft. 3in. - now on walnut cabriole leg stand£1500-2000
18.     A George II concertina action mahogany card table, hinged top enclosing candle trays and recessed counter wells, baize-lined, on four cabriole legs with pad feet, circa 1740 SEE ILLUSTRATION£500-700
19.     A George II oak bureau, fall-front enclosing stepped interior with central cupboard, pigeon holes, drawers and recessed well, panelled cupboard base enclosing three drawers, an 18th century conversion, on bracket feet, circa 1730, 3ft. 3in.£200-300
20.     A George III mahogany Pembroke table, frieze with single oak-lined drawer and opposing drawer-front, on slim, square tapering legs with brass and leather roller casters, circa 1790, 2ft. 10in. long£120-150
21.     A large 18th century Dutch East Indies brass-mounted mahogany chest, boarded construction with brass side handles, pierced brass mounts throughout, elaborate pierced brass escutcheon, on bracket feet, complete with original key, 4ft. 8in. SEE FRONT COVER£1000-1500
22.     A mid 18th century oak gateleg table, on baluster-turned underframe with plain stretchers, 3ft. 6in. - frieze drawer missing; all feet tipped£120-150
23.     An 18th century oak cupboard, pair of panelled doors, each carved with rosettes within lozenges, H-brass hinges, 3ft. 2in.£180-250
24.     A small, mid 18th century oak gateleg table, on baluster-turned underframe with plain stretchers, 2ft. 8in.£200-300
25.     A pair of Queen Anne walnut and elm dining chairs, vase splats and uprights in veneered walnut on elm, seat rails and front cabriole legs in solid walnut, drop-in seats, circa 1710£100-150
26.     A 17th century oak coffer, panelled construction, top rail carved with lunettes, 3ft. 5in.£200-300
27.     A Victorian mahogany pedestal desk, inset leather top above three frieze drawers, three further drawers to each pedestal, on casters, 4ft. £250-300
28.     A Victorian walnut writing table, rectangular-shape with single frieze drawer, pine drawer-front, on turned beech legs, 2ft. 11in.£70-100
29.     An Edwardian inlaid rosewood Davenport, enclosed stationery compartment with gilt-brass gallery, sloping top enclosing bird's-eye maple interior with single drawer, four drawers to the side, opposing drawer-fronts, on square tapering legs with casters, top and front inlaid with urns and harebells in box and harewood, 1ft. 10in. £400-600
30.     A late 19th century Swiss walnut dressing chest, enclosed marble top above two short and two long drawers, each with carved walnut handles, on front bun feet, maker's stamp Lausanne, Switzerland, 3ft. 4in. - marble damaged and incomplete also to include matching bedside cupboard, 1ft. 5in.£120-150
31.     An Edwardian rosewood and marquetry bedside cupboard, single door inlaid with an urn and harebells, 1ft. 3in. together with a similar nursing chair£80-120
32.     A small George III mahogany and satinwood cross-banded chest, caddy-top and four long drawers, each oak and pine-lined, on splay feet, circa 1790, 2ft. 3in. - in need of restoration £200-300
33.     An 18th century elm carver chair, camel-back with pierced splat, a near-matching single chair and an 18th century dark-stained beech carver chair
34.     An early 20th century mahogany Sutherland table, on slim turned inverted baluster underframe, 1ft. 8in.£50-70
35.     A Victorian inlaid mahogany wall unit, open shelf above pair of flame-veneered cupboard doors, 2ft. 1in.
36.     A mid 18th century carved giltwood mirror frame, boldly carved with leaf scrolls throughout, circular convex plate, 2ft. 6in. high - thickly re-gilded, together with a mid 18th century walnut and parcel-gilt mirror frame, rectangular shape, 2ft. 6in.£50-60
37.     A 19th century oak and mahogany overmantel, rectangular-shape with applied split mahogany columns against an oak ground, bevelled mirror plate 2ft. x 2ft. 10in.
£50-60
38.     A Victorian mahogany prie dieu, upholstered in a buttoned printed fabric, on front turned legs with casters
39.     An early 20th century inlaid mahogany gramophone cabinet, hinged top above enclosed record shelves, 1ft. 7in. wide
40.     An early Victorian mahogany chiffonier, single drawer above a pair of panelled cupboard doors, on squat bun feet, 3ft. 6in.£150-200
41.     An Empire-style mahogany bookcase-cabinet, central, glazed door enclosing shelves, a mahgoany-veneered door to each side, mounted throughout with patinated brass terminal figures, foliage and eagle cresting, on brass paw feet, 5ft. 4in. wide£100-150
42.     A Moorish rosewood occasional table, octagonal-shape finely inlaid with leaf scrolls in bone, 1ft. 7in. diameter £150-250
43.     A Moorish hardwood occasional table, rectangular-shape profusely inlaid with leaf scrolls and roundels in bone, on cabriole legs, 3ft. 5in. £70-100
44.     A Victorian mahogany writing table, rectangular top with low raised back, two frieze drawers, on turned and tapering legs, 3ft. 5in.£100-150
45.     A George V mahogany bureau bookcase, pair of astragal glazed doors enclosing three adjustable shelves, fall-front enclosing fittings, three long drawers beneath, claw and ball feet, 3ft. £100-150
46.     A Victorian mahogany tripod table, circular top on turned pedestal stem, top 1ft. 6in. - cleaned
47.     A Chesterfield-type club armchair, upholstered in a buttoned lime-green dralon, on bun feet£50-70
48.     A Victorian mahogany and walnut tilt-top breakfast table, oval mahogany top on columnar turned stem with carved outswept legs, top 4ft. x 2ft. 10in.£80-120
49.     A Victorian mahogany centre table, circular top on hexagonal tapering stem and platform base with casters, top 2ft. 10in.£50-80
50.     A Victorian mahogany-framed spoon-back armchair, upholstered in a buttoned pink dralon, on front turned legs with casters£50-70
50A.    A Victorian mahogany hall stand, fitted with eight coat hooks, glove box and stick stand with drip tray, 6ft. high£50-80
51.     A late 19th century waxed pine wardrobe, pair of three-quarter length panelled doors enclosing space for hanging, single drawer beneath, 3ft. 8in.£100-150
52.     An Edwardian inlaid mahogany display cabinet, single glazed door enclosing lined interior with two shelves, 2ft. 4in.£50-70
53.     A Victorian walnut bedroom pair, consisting of wardrobe with three-quarter length mirrored door above base drawer, 4ft., dressing chest with adjustable mirror and an arrangement of six drawers, carved detail and Art Nouveau handles, 3ft. 6in. £70-80
54.     A Globe-Wernicke mahogany bookcase, three leaded glazed sections and panelled cupboard base, 2ft. 10in.£250-350
55.     An early 20th century three-tiered mahogany cake stand and a mahogany nest of three tables
56.     An early 20th century mahogany sideboard, two drawers above oval panelled cupboards, on cabriole legs, 4ft.
57.     A columnar mahogany pedestal, on square base, 2ft. 7in. high
58.     Two Chippendale-style mahogany single chairs, with elaborately carved and interlaced splats, on front cabriole legs
59.     An early 20th century mahogany display cabinet, half-round shape with two plate glass shelves enclosed by single glazed door, on cabriole legs with claw and ball feet, 3ft.
60.     A late 19th century mahogany pedestal desk, each pedestal with slide and four drawers, top 4ft. 6in. x 2ft. 9in.£80-120
61.     A solid, medium oak filing cabinet, ten sliding trays enclosed by tambour shutter, on plinth, 1ft. 7in.£50-70
62.     A Globe-Wernicke mahogany bookcase, three glazed sections and single drawer beneath, 2ft. 10in.£200-300
63.     An oak Globe-Wernicke style bookcase, three glazed sections, 2ft. 11in. £150-200
64.     A large beech wake/dining table, turned underframe with double gateleg action, 8ft. x 5ft. 2in. extended£200-300
65.     An early 18th century walnut chest, three short and three long drawers, each oak-lined, on later stand with three drawers, cabriole legs, 3ft. 2in. - replacement hardware£300-400
66.     A Queen Anne-style walnut writing table, cross-banded and quarter-veneered top with herringbone inlay, kneehole arrangement of three drawers, brass hardware, on four cabriole legs with carved shell knees, 3ft. 11in.£200-300
67.     A Chippendale-style walnut-framed stool, upholstered in a petit-point floral tapestry, on cabriole legs with carved shell knees, on claw and ball feet£50-70
68.     A 1920's chrome-framed dressing mirror, rectangular-shape with maple border, easel support, 2ft. x 1ft. 7in.
69.     A walnut-veneered side table, rectangular-shape with shaped single drawer, on four cabriole legs, 2ft.
70.     An early Victorian mahogany bow-fronted chest, two short and three long drawers, each cock-beaded with turned wood knob handles, "bird's-eye" maple uprights, on short bun feet, 3ft. 5in.£200-250
71.     A walnut dressing mirror, folding in three sections together with a mahogany dressing stool with drop-in tapestry seat, cabriole legs
72.     A pair of George II-style walnut dining chairs, with pierced splats and petit-point drop-in seats, on front cabriole legs£60-80
73.     An early 20th century mahogany wardrobe, enclosed by a pair of full-length panelled doors, on bracket feet, 3ft. 6in.£50-70
74.     A Minty mahogany sectional bookcase, four glazed sections each with sliding glass doors, 2ft. 11in.
75.     A late Victorian mahogany occasional table, circular top on octagonal stem, top 1ft. 8in. together with a mahogany tripod wine table
76.     A large mahogany break-front display cabinet, upper stage enclosed by four doors, panelled cupboard base with three drawers, 5ft. wide £60-80
77.     An Edwardian inlaid mahogany bureau, fall-front enclosing well-fitted interior with recessed inkwells, three long drawers beneath, on cabriole legs, 2ft. 7in.£60-80
78.     An early 20th century mahogany radio cabinet, composed of two pairs of panelled doors, simulated inlay, open shelf beneath, 1ft. 8in. wide£50-60
79.     A Victorian walnut display cabinet, single glazed door enclosing three adjustable shelves, on plinth base, 2ft. 11in. £60-80
80.     A late 19th century dark walnut occasional table, rectangular top carved with a broad border of strawberries and leaves in bold relief, on cabriole legs with similarly carved undertier, 2ft. 2in.
81.     A late Victorian walnut piano stool, upholstered hinged seat above carved apron on carved cabriole legs
82.     A set of six Victorian walnut dining chairs, with bar-backs and upholstered vinyl seats, on front turned legs£100-150
83.     A set of six late 17th century oak dining chairs, slat-backs with arched top rails, on baluster-turned underframes, circa 1690 SEE ILLUSTRATION£500-700
84.     A mid 18th century provincial elm side table, solid rectangular top with figured grain and front re-entrant corners, kneehole arrangement of one long and two short drawers with shaped apron, on plain square legs, 2ft. 6in. SEE ILLUSTRATION£500-700
85.     A mid-17th century oak dining table, twin-plank top with mitred borders, on baluster-turned underframe, a moulded stretcher to each end, top 6ft. 7in. x 2ft. 4in. - each long stretcher missing; replacement uniting stretcher£1000-1500
86.     An early 20th century mahogany display cabinet, two plate glass shelves enclosed by a pair of glazed doors, on cabriole legs with claw and ball feet, 3ft.
87.     A William IV rosewood tea table, rectangular-shape with enclosed veneered surface, frieze boldly carved with leaf scrolls, on carved stem and circular base with four carved hairy paw feet and casters, 3ft. SEE ILLUSTRATION£400-600
88.     A Victorian mahogany dressing mirror, oval plate on carved supports, on serpentine-shaped plinth with enclosed recess, 2ft. 1in.£50-60
89.     A low Victorian walnut framed nursing chair, upholstered in a floral dralon, on scroll-shaped frame
90.     A Victorian mahogany wash stand, fitted with two brass towel rails, undertier with drawer, complete with modern ceramic jug and basin, 2ft. 3in. £50-70
91.     An Edwardian inlaid mahogany corner cabinet, swan-neck pediment above single astragal-glazed door enclosing two shelves, ornamental shelf beneath, 1ft. 5in. wide£60-80
92.     A Victorian walnut bedroom chest, two short and two long drawers, bracket feet, 3ft. 3in.£50-60
93.     A Victorian rosewood-framed overmantel, dome-shape with carved leaf-scroll cresting, 3ft. 9in. wide£50-60
94.     An early 20th century moulded gilt pier glass, rectangular-shape surmounted by inset oval print, 2ft. 10in. x 1ft. 4in.
95.     A Victorian rosewood wall mirror, frame carved with C-scrolls throughout, 1ft. 4in. x 1ft. 2in.
96.     A Victorian oak wall cupboard, panelled door and sides carved with flowers in bold relief, open shelf beneath, 1ft. 2in. wide
97.     A medieval-style solid oak coffer, hinged top above a single plank frontage, carved with arched leafage panels, 5ft. long
98.     A solid walnut extending dining table, circular top with three extra leaves, on cabriole legs with pad feet, 3ft. 6in. opening to 7ft. 3in.£60-80
99.     An early 19th century child's ladder-back armchair, ash with rush seat, front turned stretcher, 2ft. high £70-80
100.    A 19th century Yorkshire ladder-back chair, ash with string seat, front turned stretcher
101.    A primitive early 19th century candlestand, wrought iron sockets height adjustable upon trammel-type pine stem, circular turned elm plinth£500-600
102.    A pair of Victorian mahogany desk pedestals, each with four drawers, turned wood knob handles and a Victorian gained pine bookcase, three shelves enclosed by pair of glazed doors, 2ft. 9in. - as viewed
103.    A George V mahogany sideboard, bow-fronted with two drawers and two panelled cupboards, a fretwork spandrel to each leg, 5ft.
104.    A pair of Chippendale-style mahogany ladder-back dining chairs, with drop-in seats, on square tapering legs, as viewed
105.    An early Victorian bow-fronted mahogany chest, two short and three long drawers, each cock-beaded and oak-lined, turned wood knob handles, a spiral-twist column to each side, 3ft. 8in.£200-300
106.    A Victorian mahogany dressing mirror, domed plate adjustable on barley-twist columns, on serpentine-shaped stand, 2ft. wide
107.    A Victorian inlaid walnut work table, octagonal tapering shape with hinged cover and enclosed fittings, 1ft. 5in. diameter - tripod base replaced£120-150
108.    A small Victorian dark oak corner cabinet, single glazed door enclosing five shelves, 1ft. 9in. wide
109.    A Globe Wernicke-type mahogany bookcase, three sections, uppermost section with leaded glazed doors, 2ft. 10in. £200-250
110.    An Edwardian inlaid mahogany nest of three tables, on square legs with stretchers, 1ft. 10in.£60-80
111.    An early 20th century mahogany display cabinet, single astragal-glazed door enclosing lined interior with two shelves, on cabriole legs with claw and ball feet, 2ft. 6in.£120-150
112.    A Victorian walnut wall shelf, with panelled cupboards beneath, 1ft. 11in.
113.    A late Victorian walnut occasional table, octagonal top on four reeded supports with undertier, on casters
114.    A Victorian mahogany dining table, wind-action with extra leaf on turned, reeded legs and casters, 4ft. 3in. opening to 6ft. - with winding crank£400-600
115.    A set of six Victorian-style mahogany balloon-back dining chairs, with carved interlaced splats, newly upholstered in a gold dralon, on front reeded legs£150-200
116.    A Japanese carved hardwood shodana, asymmetric superstructure enclosed by two bevelled, glazed doors, stand with two drawers and undertier, the whole elaborately carved with dragons and leaf scrolls, on four cabriole legs, 3ft. wide£700-1000
117.    A 1920's dark oak hall stand, with hinged box-base, 2ft. 5in.
118.    A Victorian mahogany work table, hinged top above two shallow drawers, 1ft. 2in. together with a Victorian towel rail, a.f. and a square mahogany occasional table
119.    A solid, dark oak folding tea table, rectangular-shape with hinged swivel-action top, on barley-twist underframe, 1ft. 9in.
120.    A set of mahogany coffee tables, quartetto of tables housed within larger circular table, cabriole legs, 2ft. 1in. diameter
121.    An early 20th century walnut-framed bergere suite, two-seater settee and pair of armchairs, carved arm supports and knurled feet with casters, some canework damaged£100-150
122.    A 1930's walnut veneered dressing table, bow-fronted, bevelled mirrors adjustable above a kneehole arrangement of five drawers, on four cabriole legs, 3ft. 9in.
123.    A Victorian painted pine trunk, boarded construction with iron carrying handles, 3ft. 1in. and a Victorian painted pine tool chest, 2ft.£50-60
124.    An early 20th century dark oak student's bureau, fall-front above single drawer and two open shelves, 2ft. 6in. and a similar open bookcase of five shelves, 1ft. 6in.
125.    A set of three Victorian stick-back kitchen chairs, beech with elm seats and a Victorian bedroom chair
126.    A dark oak wardrobe, pair of full-length panel doors enclosing semi-fitted interior, 3ft.
127.    A pair of Queen Anne-style carver chairs, beech with walnut splats, drop-in seats, front cabriole legs and an upholstered nursing chair with "shepherd's crook" arms
128.    An inlaid mahogany wine table, on claw and ball feet, together with a reproduction mahogany bedside chest of four drawers and a half-round hall table with inset leather top and single drawer, 2ft. 10in.
129.    A solid, dark oak occasional table, rectangular top on barley-twist underframe, 1ft. 11in. together with a bamboo side table with two undertiers and a framed and bevelled mirror
130.    A 1930's walnut-veneered bedroom chest, bow-fronted with five drawers, 2ft. 6in. and a matching bedside cupboard with drawer, 1ft. 4in.
131.    A reproduction mahogany coffee table set, outer circular table enclosing four quarter-tables, on fluted legs, 2ft. 6in.
132.    A dark oak bedroom chest, six long drawers, 2ft. 11in.
133.    A Victorian painted mahogany writing table, with two frieze drawers, on end supports with carved scroll detail, 3ft. 6in.
134.    A 1930's oak-veneered bookcase, three shelves enclosed by a pair of glazed doors, 2ft. 7in.
135.    A solid, dark oak occasional table, oval top on barley-twist underframe, top 1ft. 11in.
136.    A tilt-top tripod table, Victorian and later, circular mahogany top on turned beech underframe, top 2ft. - as viewed
137.    A 19th century tilt-top tripod table, circular mahogany top on turned elm underframe, top 2ft. 9in.
138.    Five various kitchen stools, oak, ash and elm and a bootmaker's last
139.    A reproduction mahogany bedside chest of four drawers, 1ft. 6in. and an oval mahogany-framed wall mirror with bevelled plate, 2ft. 9in.
140.    A waxed pine bedside cupboard, with drawer, 1ft. 7in.
141.    A medium oak bookcase, two adjustable shelves enclosed by a pair of glazed doors, 2ft. 9in.
142.    A solid, medium oak bureau, fall-front enclosing fittings above two long drawers, front turned legs, 2ft. 6in.
143.    A dark oak coffer, panelled construction on bun feet, 3ft. and an oak work table with drawer, 1ft. 3in.
144.    A Georgian-style bow-fronted mahogany bedroom chest, cross-banded top above four long drawers, bracket feet, 2ft. 4in.£50-70
145.    Two Windsor wheel-back dining chairs and a square mahogany coffee table with undertier
146.    A pair of reproduction yew-veneered open bookcases, each with five adjustable shelves, 2ft. 5in. wide
147.    A modern two-seater settee, oak frame upholstered in a buttoned fabric
148.    A Stag mahogany bedroom chest, four long and three short drawers, bracket feet, 2ft. 8in.
149.    An oak dining table, refectory-type on pierced end supports with stretcher, 5ft. x 2ft. 6in.
150.    A dark oak sideboard, three cupboards above three carved drawers, on baluster turned underframe, 4ft. 6in.
151.    A pair of reproduction mahogany drop-leaf coffee tables, each with inset gilt-tooled leather tops, on lyre-end supports, 1ft. 7in.
152.    A Victorian bedroom chair, towel rail and two Belgian cotton rugs
153.    An early 20th century beech spindle-back elbow chair, with rush seat and a Victorian walnut firescreen with inset petit-point needlework tapestry
154.    A 1920's solid, dark oak coffer, boarded top above Jacobean-style panelled frontage, on bun feet, 3ft. 5in. - hardboard back
155.    A cream-painted open bookcase, three fitted shelves, 4ft. 3in.
156.    An Edwardian inlaid mahogany work table, hinged top enclosing recess, single drawer beneath, 1ft. 4in.
157.    A dark oak bookcase, enclosed by a pair of leaded glazed doors, panelled cupboard base, 3ft. 6in. and an oak side table, on barley-twist underframe, 2ft.
158.    A 1930's medium oak draw-leaf dining table, frieze carved with flowers on carved melon-bulbous end supports, 3ft. 6in. opening to 6ft. 6in.£60-80
159.    A pair of beech comb-back elbow chairs, with caned seats
160.    A Charles II-style walnut dining chair, with caned seat and back and a pair of Victorian lathe-back kitchen chairs, beech with elm seats
161.    A walnut coffee table, circular lobed shape on carved cabriole legs, 2ft. 9in.
162.    An Ercol light elm dining suite, consisting of oval table, top 2ft. 10in. x 3ft. 4in. and a set of four stick-back chairs
163.    An Ercol light elm wall unit, open shelves above writing bureau enclosed by fall-front, cupboard base with two drawers, 3ft.£50-60
164.    A small reproduction yew-veneered chest of four drawers, on bracket feet, 1ft. 7in. together with a teak bedroom chest, six long drawers, 2ft. 8in.
165.    A mahogany-finished cheval mirror, 5ft. high and a nest of three tables with inset gilt-tooled leather tops
166.    A late Victorian walnut purdonium, mirror above panelled fall-front coal-box, on short cabriole feet, 1ft. 5in.
167.    A solid, dark oak joint stool, baluster-turned underframe
168.    A Stag Minstrel mahogany bureau, enclosed fittings above three short and two long drawers, bracket feet, 2ft. 6in.
169.    A Stag Minstrel mahogany wardrobe, enclosed by a pair of full-length doors, 3ft. 8in.
170.    Ditto
171.    A Stag Minstrel bedroom chest, four short and two long drawers, bracket feet, 3ft. 6in.
172.    A Stag Minstrel dresser, two-shelf plate rack above cupboard base with two drawers, bracket feet, 3ft. 2in.
173.    A pair of Stag Minstrel bedside tables, each with oak recess and drawer, 1ft. 9in. and a Stag Minstrel telephone table, padded seat missing
174.    A Stag Minstrel sideboard, three drawers above three cupboards, bracket feet, 4ft. 8in.
175.    A Stag Minstrel dining table, circular-shape with extra leaf, 3ft. 10in. diameter
176.    A Stag Minstrel dwarf bookcase, two adjustable shelves above single drawer, bracket feet, 2ft. 6in.
177.    A large mirror, near-square shape with traditional moulded wood frame and bevelled plate, 3ft. 3in.
178.    A solid, dark oak occasional table, oval top on barley-twist underframe, 2ft.
178A.   A Victorian oak occasional table, on barley twist legs together with a piano stool
179.    An Edwardian inlaid mahogany plant stand, circular-shape with undertier, 1ft. diameter together with an oval mahogany framed mirror with bevelled plate
180.    A mahogany nest of tables on cabriole legs, 1ft. 9in. - outer table top marked
181.    A Chinese hardwood quartetto of tables, each with carved top, smallest table with drawer, plate glass tops, 1ft. 8in.£60-80
182.    A Georgian-style mahogany urn stand, square-shape with tray-top and slide, on slim tapering underframe, 1ft. 11in.
183.    A medium oak bookcase, three shelves enclosed by a pair of leaded glazed doors, 3ft. 4in.
184.    A solid dark oak bookcase, three adjustable shelves enclosed by a pair of leaded glazed doors, on short cabriole legs, 3ft. 1in.
185.    A Chinese hardwood mirror frame, rectangular-shape finely carved and pierced with dragons, wild birds and foliage, 16 x 21in.
186.    A mid 18th century burr walnut veneered longcase clock by Conyers Dunlop, London, arched brass dial with matted dial centre, subsidiary seconds and date aperture, strike-silent to the arch, 8-day movement with five pillars and anchor escapement, case with pagoda pediment, cross-banded with herringbone inlay, circa 1760, 8ft. 4in. high - with winding crank, pendulum and weights SEE ILLUSTRATION£3500-4500
187.    A 1930's oak-veneered hall clock, glazed trunk door enclosing circular dial, three-train chiming movement, 2ft. 3in. high - with key; no pendulum
188.    A George II provincial oak 30-hour longcase clock, unsigned 10in. square brass dial with matted dial centre, movement count-wheel striking on a bell, in oak case, circa 1740, 7ft. high - with pendulum and weight£300-500
189.    A period-style Japanned wood longcase clock, swan-neck cresting above traditional arched dial, glazed trunk door, the whole richly gilded against a black-lacquered ground, 7ft. 2in.- with pendulum and weights£200-300
190.    A 19th century 8-day longcase clock, featuring circular enamelled dial and anchor movement, in painted pine case, complete with pendulum and weights, 5ft. 10in. high£300-500
191.    An early 20th century eastern wool runner, geometric designs against a crimson field, 6ft. 3in. x 2ft. 6in.
192.    An eastern wool rug, geometric designs in black and cream against a red field, 9ft. x 4ft. 4in.
193.    A Kelim rug, geometric designs against an orange field, multi-coloured borders, 7ft. 8in. x 4ft. 6in.
194.    An oak-framed advertising mirror, Mann, Crossman & Paulin Ltd., draught and bottled beers, 29 x 35in.
195.    A copper chocolate pot, on burner stand, other metalware, 19th century mantel clock, etc.
196.    A pair of bone opera glasses, a bone monocular, unusual pair of leather baby clogs for Lancashire child, wood and iron-mounted soles, dated 1909 and a cased set of Japanese cuff-links
197.    A quantity of Victorian and later carpentry tools, contained within a pair of embossed brass coal boxes
198.    An African ivory tusk carving, in the form of an oval box with cover, continuous design of elephants, 4in.£80-100
199.    A Victorian copper kettle, circular-shape with swing handle, a tall brass candlestick, 15.5in. and a pair of elm bellows
200.    A 19th century Dutch brass coal box, hinged cover embossed with armorial shield, on front claw and ball feet, 18in.
201.    A pair of mid 18th century brass candlesticks, long cylindrical stems on circular bases, 12in. £70-100
202.    A quantity of wood and metal household ornaments including picture frames
203.    A 19th century copper pot, cylindrical, two-handled form with cover, 11in. diameter, unusual copper and brass cigar cutter, trivet and ornamental brassware
204.    A Victorian beech table-top cabinet, single door inset with printed ceramic tile, two drawers enclosed, 14in. wide£50-60
205.    A mid 19th century brass stick stand, waisted cylindrical form with lion-mask ring handles, embossed detail, 22in. high together with a Victorian helmet-shaped copper coal scuttle and a copper warming pan
206.    An 18th century bell metal mortar, a bronze pestle, Sheffield plate candlestick, Victorian brass inkwell, pair of pewter chambersticks, etc.
207.    An early 19th century Scottish targe, brass-studded leather embossed with celtic borders and strapwork, central brass boss with original spike, rear side formed of deer-hide, complete with hand-grip, 21in. diameter - arm-brace incomplete £400-600
208.    A good mid 19th century burr yew and parquetry work box, sarcophagus-shape with hinged parquetry top, turned wood side handles, ivory lozenge escutcheon, 12in. - interior tray missing£100-150
209.    A small quantity of African and Oriental wood carvings
210.    A large collection of collectors' cards, a framed print after C. Hunt, pair of moulded resin plaques, all framed
211.    A 19th century sword, curved, single-edged blade, in metal scabbard, blade 33in. and another, Made in India
212.    Two pairs of Victorian brass candlesticks, two Indian engraved brass trays, firescreen with bevelled mirror, domino set, etc.
213.    A Victorian martingale, mounted with nine horse brasses, a brass swinger and an ivory glove stretcher
214.    A large Persian copper planter, circular-shape elaborately embossed with wild animals, birds, leafage and script, 21in. diameter
215.    
216.    An oak stationery rack, Victorian mahogany case containing gentleman's manicure set, various wristwatches including a 1930's octagonal-dial silver wristwatch and a 9ct. gold wristwatch, WW1 death plaque and other items
217.    Two magic lanterns, one in wood case and various early cameras
218.    A pair of Victorian gilt-brass and ivory centrepieces, each in the form of a cylindrical pergola, classical form with six ivory columns and corinthian capitals, on ivory ball toes, PODR 1879, each with cut glass surmount, 7in. high SEE ILLUSTRATION£300-400
219.    A microscope by Carl Zeiss, Jena, lacquered brass and blackened metal, No. 40232, in original case with some accessories £70-80
220.    A collection of Victorian chromo-lithograph cuttings, contained within glazed frame
221.    A large 19th century petit-point needlework picture, cavaliers in garden setting, moulded gilt frame, 38 x 32in.£70-100
222.    Fourteen various pen-knives, folding two-prong fork with silver blade, three travelling timepieces etc.
223.    Lincoln Imps, pair of brass candlesticks, two ashtrays, door-knocker and two caddy spoons, all brass
224.    A middle-eastern dagger, curved double-edged blade with horn handle, within white metal sheath, on coloured thread waistband £80-120
225.    A doll's bungalow, pitched, tiled roof above opening frontage, hallway and two rooms enclosed, 24 x 19in.; 15in. high
226.    A stained pine mirror, with carved detail, 22in. wide and an LNER reprint rail advertising Norwich
227.    Irish table linen by Liddell and other table linen
228.    A Victorian walnut table-top cabinet, pair of panelled doors enclosing twenty-four alphabetical pigeon holes, 17in. wide
229.    A horse-hoof vesta holder mounted by Rowland Ward Ltd., silver-plated mount with hinged cover engraved "Dandy", 1880-1901, match-strike to front, 3.5in. high£80-100
230.    A horse-hoof inkwell, silver plated mounts with hinged cover, 2.5in. high
231.    An unusual copper kettle, copper tankard, collection of postcards, stamps including First Day Covers, Book of Sonnets by E. B. Browning, etc.
232.    A violin bearing maker's label Degani Guilio, Venice, 1903, in rectangular case with two bows, 14in. back£100-150
233.    An English mandolin by John E. Dallas, 1906, bird's-eye maple with rosewood and mother of pearl inlay, dated label within, 415, Strand, London, in original leather case£180-220
234.    An Art Nouveau brass fender, 3ft. 7in., Victorian square copper kettle, other metalware and a carved beech aneroid barometer
235.    A brass and sheet metal miner's lamp, brass carriage clock, a cast tray, silver plate on copper and other metalware
236.    A Rudd Speed Bugatti chrome spirit flask, chrome-finished throughout, 7.5in. high, Bugatti emblem missing£50-70
237.    A pair of alabaster book-ends, with coloured flower detail and a pair of Chinese carved bamboo spill vases, 10in.
238.    Items formerly in the possession of jockey William (Bill) Hatchard, includes saddle, framed photographs and Jockey Club teaware£150-200
239.    Three African Masai daggers, two within skin sheaths, the other within leather sheath, blades generally 15in.£50-70
240.    A 19th century Islamic brass censer, with inlaid silver and copper detail, complete with cover, 10.5in. £50-60
241.    A small collection of Zulu beadwork personal ornaments, brightly coloured£50-60
242.    An eastern hardwood carving set, pistol-grip knife and two-pronged fork, each contained within bronze-mounted sheath
243.    A hardwood walking cane, handle carved in the form of a male head and one other walking cane
244.    A collection of Victorian and later miscellanea, parquetry cribbage board, pocket compass, Tunbridgeware stamp case, miniature brass photograph frame etc.
245.    A large collection of enamelled metal badges, largely civilian clubs and advertising£150-200
246.    An 18th century pewter broad-rim dish, crested, touchmark indistinct, 12.75in. also to include three pewter mugs and pot-bellied gill measure
247.    An African wood spear and an African leather-mounted bamboo sheath, spear 5ft. 4in.£50-60
248.    A mounted stag's head, with antlers, 27in. maximum height
249.    A brass botanical microscope, folding form with turned ivory handle, contained within original box
250.    Victorian and later miscellanea, chrome-plated barrel corkscrew, brass folding letter rack, silver plated stirrup cup, etc.
251.    An inlaid rosewood tea chest, monogrammed, on ball toes, 14in. and a Victorian brass-mounted rosewood box, 10.75in. - formerly with stationery fittings£60-80
252.    A lady's crocodile-skin handbag, similar purse and two wallets and a leather photograph frame
253.    An Edward VII coronation baton, gilded with royal crest and dated 1902, 30in.£120-150
254.    Five various silver-mounted walking sticks/canes and two further walking sticks
255.    A silver-mounted riding crop and two other riding crops, each with horn handle
256.    Two south-east Asian sword sheaths, painted wood with applied hair and pendant teeth and a pair of similar horn dagger sheaths
257.    Three Oriental carved wood boxes and a teak box with brass flush-fitting handles£80-100
258.    A collection of Victorian bone lace bobbins, approximately 30 total
259.    An oak occasional table, oval top carved with leaf and spade border, on carved cabriole legs with claw feet, 22in.
260.    Nine various horse brasses, pair of butter pats, silver-mounted leather purse, etc.
261.    A Killarney arbutus wood box in the form of a book, a pink shagreen box, seven other various boxes and a brass-mounted walnut book-rack
261A.   A late Regency mahogany tea caddy, sarcophagus-shape
262.    A pair of binoculars, Dollond, London, other field and opera glasses, some cased£50-60
263.    An Indian engraved copper tray, circular-shape decorated with numerous scrolling plants, 26in. and an Indian engraved brass tray, rectangular shape, 18in., also to include an Indian engraved brass vase with tiger handles, 10.5in.
264.    A collection of thirty-seven African tribal arrows, each with sharp metal arrow-head, stems hand-bound, contained within woven natural fibre quiver£100-150
265.    A pair of cast two-colour metal plaques, rectangular-shape cast with medieval battle scenes, 4.5 x 3in., oak framed £100-130
266.    Three vintage wood fishing reels, with brass mounts, another aluminium, The Gemina and an oval tin fly box
267.    An assortment of Edwardian and later linen, undergarments and tablecloths, pair of kid leather evening gloves
268.    A brass and copper jug, other metalware, carved wood axe model etc.
269.    A collection of Indian carved bone chess-men, red-stained and plain£100-150
270.    A pair of Indian sabres, each within inlaid sheath, an African hunting dagger, within skin sheath and seven other similar daggers£120-150
271.    A walking stick with Chinese embossed silver handle£50-60
272.    Two miniature pistols, a dagger with carved wood handle, hammered copper bowl, etc.
273.    Two lighthouse electric light bulbs and other vintage electric light bulbs, makes include Osram and Mazda
274.    A collection of fishing reels and spinners
275.    A carved horn, Republica-Argentina, 6.5in. and a horn paperknife, 8.5in.
276.    Sixteen various antique coloured marbles£80-100
277.    A two-tone striped blazer, St. Lucae College, Exon, (Exeter)
278.    A combination walking stick/horse measure enclosed aluminium measure with adjustable arm
279.    Two gas masks, fire service with respirator and military
280.    Automobilia, including two Jaguar mascots, Beswick earthenware ashtray in the form of a steering wheel, tyre-shape timepiece and miscellaneous car badges£50-70
281.    A fish vertebrae walking cane with marine ivory tooth handle
282.    A pair of 18th century wrought iron fire-dogs, 21in. high£60-80
283.    An 18th century wrought iron pot-hook, complete with chain
284.    An 18th century wrought iron chimney crane, signed H. Smith, right-angled form with adjustable lever-arm, 39in. high£350-400
285.    An 18th century copper warming pan, with hinged pierced cover and wrought iron handle, 22in. long
286.    A 17th/18th century brass chamber candlestick, dished circular shape with ribbed sconce, 9in. long including handle - old repair to sconce
287.    A late 18th century Sun Fire Office firemark, cast lead, insurance no. 674156£50-70
288.    A late 18th century ecclesiastical lead mark, sunburst-form, the centre cast IHS, 8.5in. diameter
289.    An early 19th century stained glass panel, circular lead frame, centre glass pane named Guinevere, 11.5in. £50-70
290.    A Milners Patent brass safe plaque, circular-shape cast with royal arms and another, smaller, 8in. long
291.    A graduated matched set of six Georgian pewter measures, pot-bellied, from quart to quarter-gill and an 18th century oval pewter serving dish, 16in. long £50-60
292.    An Arts and Crafts brass kettle, circular form with raised handle, 10in. high
293.    A group of six 19th century horse brasses
294.    A group of six 19th century horse brasses
295.    A group of six 19th century horse brasses
296.    A group of six 19th century horse brasses
297.    A group of six 19th century horse brasses
298.    A group of six 19th century horse brasses
299.    A group of three 19th century horse brasses, on leather strap, pair of 19th century horse brasses on leather strap and two other 19th century horse brasses, on leather straps
300.    A group of ten 19th century horse brasses, including harness bell
301.    A collection of horse brasses and martingales, approx. 50
302.    A sheet-iron model of a galleon, finished in maroon with gilding, three-masted in full sail, 22in. high
303.    A stuffed fox-head, on shield-shape oak mount
304.    A primitive wrought iron lamp, adjustable on trammel, a pierced tin lantern and other items
305.    A brass trench periscope by R. and J. Beck, 1918, trench art brass model of a bomber, brass horn etc.
306.    A cast brass bell, on bracket, pair of brass oil lamps and ornamental brassware
307.    A Victorian brass hot water pot, iron lever-action, potato mincer and two other items
308.    A quantity of 19th century and later metalware
309.    A late 19th century American cast iron figure of Uncle Sam, on wood plinth, 10in. and a cast iron figure of a cavalry officer on horseback, 10in. - both converted£50-60
310.    A Norwegian beech mangle board, 1799, chip-carved with roundels, carved with initials MMD, ANNO 1799, 26.5in.£300-400
311.    A late 17th century pewter candlestick, cylindrical fluted column on stepped square base, circa 1690, 10in. high SEE ILLUSTRATION£400-600
312.    An unusual Victorian turned jet candlestick, on circular base, 6.5in., together with a small pair of Victorian brass candlesticks, 5.5in. and a Victorian pressed glass mixing bowl, 5in.
313.    A George II brass candlestick, octagonal baluster shape, 8in. and a smaller George II octagonal brass candlestick, 7.5in.£50-60
314.    A bronze mortar, oval embossed pewter tea canister, large French silver plated goblet, pewter capstan inkstand, etc.
315.    A Victorian walnut box, containing engraved brass tobacco box, elongated octagonal form, a pewter box, two 18th century door keys, Lund Patent corkscrew, etc., also to include a shop-sign door key, 14.5in. long
316.    WITHDRAWN FROM SALE
317.    A pair of Victorian turned rosewood screen handles, two cased thermometers, cylindrical boxwood case, rosewood baton, etc., 8 items total
318.    An assortment of ornamental brassware, also to include a variety of boxed die-cast toy vehicles
319.    Assorted household items, two vintage corkscrews, iron foot-scraper, brass telescope, Schoennau & Hoffmeister bisque doll, etc.£50-60
320.    A large quantity of assorted table linen
321.    A pair of antique oak carvings, each a full-length disciple within leaf scrolls, 10.5 x 7in. - gilding later£50-70
322.    Six Victorian pot-bellied pewter measures, a pewter quart tankard and two other tankards
323.    A Victorian glass inkwell, hexagonal-shape with hinged brass cover, on square oak plinth with revolving centre section, 10in.
324.    A bronzed metal oni mask, wall-hanging with long coat-hanger nose, 5in. high
325.    A tubular brass and mahogany magazine rack, revolving on tripod base
326.    A Victorian needlework picture, seated maiden in "bird's-eye" maple frame, 28 x 25in. and a Victorian pierced brass fender, 39in.£50-60
327.    A Victorian walnut and parquetry box, 10in., a Victorian mahogany box, 12in. and a pair of Victorian brass candlesticks, 10.5in.
328.    A pair of animal horns, finely carved with dragons, 14.75in. high£60-80
329.    Fifteen various Parker fountain pens£100-150
330.    Fourteen various Parker fountain pens£100-150
331.    Thirteen various Parker fountain pens£100-150
332.    A collection of fountain pen boxes, makes include Parker, Mabie Todd and Watermans
333.    Eight various early fountain pens, 1920's, makes include Mabie Todd and De La Rue£80-100
334.    Eight early fountain pens, 1920's/30's, makes include Mabie Todd hard rubber£70-80
335.    Six Sheaffer fountain pens and fourteen other fountain pens, as viewed£60-80
336.    Two stuffed red squirrels, each holding nut, formerly in use at the legendary Squirrel's Nuts
337.    Two stuffed kingfishers, one in glazed case and a cased bird's nest
338.    A Victorian mahogany toilet mirror, rectangular plate on serpentine-fronted platform base, 16in. high
339.    A 17th century-style Dutch brass "Heemskerk" candlestick, sconce with circular open aperture, characteristic mid-drip pan, baluster stem and circular base, 9in. £250-300
340.    Rare Hornby Dublo advertising poster, corregated paper, rectangular-shape, circa 1960, 18 x 37in.£100-150
341.    Britains Set 2046 Arabs of the Desert, two riders on camel-back, two riders on horseback, four men marching at the slope and three palm trees, unboxed, good£60-80
342.    Britains Historical Series, Sets 1664 and 2161 Knights of Agincourt, each in original box, very good; boxes good£50-60
343.    Timpo Models, Knights in Armour, six sets, also to include Timpo Crusaders and Cherilea knights in armour, all in original boxes - very good; boxes good£50-60
344.    A modern carved wood rocking horse, finished in black, complete with saddle and stirrups, on pine pedestal stand, 4ft. 6in. maximum length£120-150
345.    Tri-Ang Minic 17M Open Tourer, pre-war with chrome plated running boards, petrol can and cream tyres, beige with cream tonneau, in original box, good; box good SEE ILLUSTRATION£100-130
346.    Britains lead farm series, pre-war, horses, cattle and poultry, Farm Waggon, Farm Horse and Cart in original box, chicken coop etc. - good£250-350
347.    Tri-Ang Minic 17M Open Tourer, pre-war with petrol can, red with cream tonneau, cream tyres, in original box, fair-good; box good SEE ILLUSTRATION£80-100
348.    Tri-Ang Minic Racing Car, pre-war with cream tyres, green with red exhaust, No. 6, in original box, very good; box flaps torn SEE ILLUSTRATION £80-100
349.    Tri-Ang Minic 14M Streamline Sports, pre-war with cream tyres, grey with blue tonneau, in original box, very good; box good SEE ILLUSTRATION£80-120
350.    Tri-Ang Minic 15M "BP" Petrol Tank Wagon, pre-war with chrome bumpers and petrol can, green with red tank, cream tyres, in original box, very good; box flaps detached SEE ILLUSTRATION£120-150
351.    Four boxed sets of Dominoes and other games
352.    Britains centenary set, Band of the Corps of Royal Engineers, a limited edition, thirteen instrumentalists and drum major, boxed
353.    Domestic games, including two chess sets, dominoes, draughts and Mah-Jong
354.    A scratch-built model delivery lorry, six-wheeled open wagon in painted metal and wood, contained within perspex cabinet, vehicle 12in. long
355.    Various toys and games, die-cast vehicles, semi-flat soldiers, hollow-cast soldiers, Tri-Ang locomotives and an assortment of board games£50-60
356.    Three modern Steiff Teddy Bears, 13in.£100-150
357.    Dinky Toys racing cars and others, condition varies; some re-paints£80-120
358.    Dinky Toys racing cars and others, 30 total - condition varies£80-120
359.    Britains zoo series, including 901 Indian elephant£70-100
360.    Britains farm series, including boxed 58F New Model Tree, horses, cattle and poultry also to include farmhands, condition varies£180-250
361.    Lionel Lines gauge O 6-8-6 express locomotive, no. 681, Pennsylvania black livery, 20in. long£50-100
362.    Lionel Lines gauge O 0-6-0 tank locomotive, no. 1, black livery, 8.5in.
363.    Lionel Lines gauge O passenger train, 2-4-2 tinplate locomotive, no. 249E, complete with four-wheeled tender, Pullman coach and two observation coaches£100-150
364.    Lionel Lines gauge O express locomotive, 2-4-2 tinplate locomotive, no. 249E complete with bogie tender and two tinplate observation coaches, nos. 601 and 604£120-180
365.    Lionel Lines, two bogie tipper wagons, electric track including junction, dockside switcher, etc. £50-100
366.    Hornby gauge O electric EM320 tank locomotive, pre-war, no. 2270, LMS maroon livery, 20 volt electric, in original box, fair; box poor£80-100
367.    Hornby gauge O clockwork 0-4-0 tank locomotive, pre-war, Great Western green livery, in original box, good; box fair£80-100
368.    Assorted gauge 0 trains, Buco pantograph locomotive, no. 212, Bing lumber wagon, pre-war Hornby including cattle wagon, condition varies£50-100
369.    A Victorian postcard album, 145 postcards, various£60-80
370.    Royal Mail Special Stamps, 2007, a boxed limited edition album
371.    A collection of First Day Cover stamps and others
372.    A collection of early 20th century photographs, largely British military
373.    Two photograph albums, mainly views including old Worthing, a postcard album, includes old Worthing and a book Round the Coast
374.    A Victorian photograph album, boards in carved beech and three postcard albums£70-80
375.    Festival of Britain miscellanea, 1951, three exhibition catalogues, bakelite box, hand-held fan, two stamps etc.
376.    An early 20th century postcard album together with a miniature on ivory, drawing of a lady playing a harp and a Daguerreotype
377.    An autograph album, signatures include Harry Secombe, Peter Sellers, Jean Simmons, Kenneth Williams, Perry Como, Sammy Davis jnr and Bing Crosby, also to include various First Day Cover stamps and framed pictures
378.    W. G. Gladstone - picture frame containing printed portrait of the politician on wood felled at Hawarden, facsimile letter alongside, 10 x 12.5in.
379.    Two late Victorian Daguerreotypes, each contained within folding relief-moulded union case
380.    An 18th century map, Road from Whitby to Durham, 7 x 5in., another, Plan of the Town and Castle of Corfe, 12 x 18in. and Derbyshire, all framed
381.    A pair of Napoleonic printed portraits, Lt. General Lord Hill and Lt. General Sir Thos. Picton with hand coloured detail, dated 1815
382.    A good postcard album, old Worthing, 200 postcards and photographs, some rare views, includes Lancing, Ferring and Goring£350-400
383.    A large quantity of postcards
384.    Player's Navy Cut, two large pine delivery crates with printed advertising decals throughout, together with three Player's Navy Cut cigarette tins, cigarette box, tobacco tin, glass jug and ceramic jug
384A.   Guinness, unusual salt and pepper pots, beer mats, unopened miniature bottles, playing cards, etc.
385.    A Victorian aneroid wheel barometer, with thermometer dial on carved oak frame, 32in.
386.    A 19th century Black Forest mantel clock, traditional square dial in architectural carved walnut case, 15in. high and two other mantel clocks
387.    WITHDRAWN FROM SALE BY VENDOR
388.    A good 19th century French ormolu clock garniture, mantel clock and pair of candlestands each cast with panels depicting hunters, elephant howdah and their prey, lion, tiger, rhinocerous, bold relief in multi-coloured metals, 8-day French movement signed Vincent and Cie., with key and pendulum, clock 19in.; candlestands 13.25in. SEE ILLUSTRATION£1000-1500
389.    A 19th century Vienna regulator, circular enamelled dial with subsidiary seconds, in later glazed case, 30in.
390.    A 19th century Vienna regulator, circular enamelled dial with subsidiary seconds, two-train movement, in later mahogany case, 30in.
391.    A 19th century Welsh Sunday School drop-dial wall clock signed David Evan, Maesteg, 13.5in. convex dial inscribed Rhodd Yr Ysgol, Sabbothol, spade hands, cast brass bezel with convex glass, timepiece movement with fusee, pendulum aperture beneath dial, complete with brass pendulum and a key£300-400
392.    An early 20th century dark oak mantel clock, with silvered dial, 10.5in. high and a Victorian copper warming pan with long copper handle
393.    A large diameter aneroid barometer, circular-shape within carved and ebonised frame, 13in.
394.    A Black Forest mahogany mantel clock, with silvered dial, together with an oak and plated biscuit barrel and a Victorian photograph album
395.    An early 20th century aneroid wall barometer, circular-shape within oak rope-twist frame, 11in.
396.    A Victorian inlaid walnut drop-dial wall clock signed W. Chandler, Redruth, with 12in. enamelled dial, American two-train movement striking on a gong, complete with bob pendulum and a key£250-300
397.    Dickens's Works, a set of twenty-four novels, octavo, half-calf with gilded spines, no date£80-120
398.    Worthing Herald Archives, three cloth-bound volumes containing the weekly newspapers of years 1927, 1931 and 1936
399.    Reference books on ceramics, also to include Collecting Picture Postcards by Dr. G. Godden
400.    The Book Of Hardy Flowers, first edition, 1915, other books on gardening and publishing, also to include magazines commemorating famous royal events
401.    A collection of miscellaneous books
402.    A quantity of blue and white china, including a Copeland Spode's Tower pattern part service
403.    Canadian Pacific Steamship Lines - set of twelve sherry glasses, other household glassware, Melba bone china teaset, etc.
404.    Three cut glass spirit decanters and an assortment of household glassware
405.    A Copeland earthenware dessert set, seven-pieces, octagonal fruit bowl, continental teaware etc.
406.    A quantity of household china, both ornamental and useful
407.    A Victorian blue-printed meat plate, Wild Rose, 15.5in. and three matching plates
408.    Lovatt's Langley Ware, jardiniere and pair of bulbous vases, floral decoration, vases 6in.
409.    A Belleek-style teaset for two, Victorian cranberry glass jug, Japanese painted terracotta teapot and other china
410.    A quantity of household china and glassware, including numerous cat models, some Franklin Mint, contained within cabinet
411.    An early 19th century earthenware vase, brightly painted with flowers, 6in. and other china and glassware
412.    Portmeirion dinner ware and other household china and glassware
413.    A quantity of household ornaments, including cutlery
414.    Two Victorian bone china comports and other household china
415.    A pair of Victorian glass decanters, engraved with vines, with stoppers, 10in. - one decanter neck chipped, one other glass decanter with stopper, Victorian glass finger bowl finely engraved with palms, 4in., a similarly engraved glass cream jug with plated mount, 5in., pearlware hors d'oeuvres dish and two other items
416.    A Shelley earthenware jelly mould and other assorted china and glassware
417.    Two pairs of ceiling-pendant glass light fittings, one pair with cut lustre drops, the other with large domes
418.    A pair of reproduction Canton vases, 11in. another, 16in., three glass decanters and other china and glassware
419.    Two boxed sets of Tom Smith Christmas crackers, each containing a Wade porcelain ornament
420.    An unusual salt-glazed stoneware bird feeder, in two-tone brown, 8in.
421.    A Gray's Pottery cigarette box, Society of Goffers at Blackheath, matching ashtray and other china, two glass bottles
422.    A Poole pottery hors d'oeuvres dish, small Poole vase, Doulton jug and other china
423.    Nine items of coloured glassware
424.    A Doulton Lambeth salt-glazed stoneware teapot, 6.5in., a similar Doulton harvest jug, two other harvest jugs and two royal commemorative items
425.    Waterford glassware, Colleen pattern, decanter with stopper, pair of brandy balloons, all boxed, set of six hock glasses and set of six boxed liqueur glasses£100-150
426.    Copeland Italian pattern, four cups and saucers, Woods Ware plates and a Victorian teapot
427.    An early 19th century ironstone serving plate, printed and enamelled with foliage, two other plates and three pressed glass decanters
428.    A collection of thirty-two Babycham glasses, each with printed advertising decal, twelve unopened Babycham bottles, contained within 2 Babycham pine crates, one date-coded 1957, a Babycham ceramic ashtray, collection of Babycham wine mats, also to include a group of five Cherry B wine glasses and further miscellaneous wine mats£70-80
429.    A Copeland Japan-pattern teaset, eleven pieces including teapot, sugar bowl and milk jug, pattern 1823 and a set of six modern Royal Crown Derby coffee cans and saucers, The Curator's Collection, date-code L111£60-80
430.    A 17th century majolica jar, Spanish or Italian, painted with an heraldic crest against an oval yellow-ground reserve, remainder of the bulbous body painted with flowers and leaf scrolls in blue, green and ochre enamels, 13.5in. SEE ILLUSTRATION£300-400
431.    An 18th century delftware vase, baluster-shape painted with plants and leaves in blue, 12in. - neck rim damaged and incomplete
432.    A SylvaC milk jug and matching sugar bowl, unusual pink glaze, SylvaC dog and rabbit and three other SylvaC items
433.    Four Royal Doulton bone china figures, Gail, HN 4804, My Love, HN 2339 and Susan, HN 4777, Helen, HN 4806, three in original boxes£50-80
434.    Four Royal Doulton bone china figures, Diana, HN 2468, Lady from Williamsburg, HN 2228, Marie, HN 1370 and Victoria, HN 2471, latter cracked and two other items
435.    A Royal Doulton seriesware plate, Shakespeare, D6303 together with a Victorian religious nursery plate, printed in monochrome, 7.5in. and one other plate
436.    A Kevin Francis Limited edition figure, Charlotte Rhead, boxed with certificate of authenticiy
437.    A Royal Doulton earthenware figure, The Parson's Daughter, HN 564, impressed date 1928£70-80
438.    A Moorcroft vase, baluster-shape painted with flowers and leaves against a two-tone blue ground, impressed mark and painted initials, 5.5in.£200-300
438A.   An early Moorcroft vase, Eventide, ovoid-shape, impressed mark and painted initials, 6in. - damaged with incomplete repairs£100-150
439.    A pair of Doulton & Slater's Patent spill vases, on blue-glazed circular bases, 7.5in. and a pair of Wade miniature Veteran Car Club mugs
440.    A Victorian Royal Crown Derby dessert set, consisting of two comports and three plates, Japan pattern with gilding, date code 1888£50-60
441.    A Pilkington's Royal Lancastrian earthenware dish, Lapis series in blue and green, potted by E. T. Radford, painted by Gwladys Rodgers, shape 170, 9.75in. together with a Royal Doulton Flambe posy vase, 3.5in. - neck rim chipped
442.    A Royal Doulton series ware fruit bowl, Cotswold Shepherd, 8.5in., two other Royal Doulton items and seven crested china ornaments
443.    A Victorian bone china dessert service, six plates and three comports, each painted with bright flowers within gilded borders, some damage
444.    "The Golden Chariot of Tutankhamun", gold plated, on plinth
445.    A Wade-Heath earthenware teapot, moulded and painted in the form of a bird's nest, 6in. and a Lauder, Barum "solid agate" vase, two-handled double-gourd shape, 4.5in.
446.    A Crown Devon earthenware jug, black-glazed with abstract moulded detail, 6.5in. and a Wade earthenware shaving mug with original soap
447.    A group of ten Wade Whimsies
448.    A Royal Doulton bone china figure, Sarah HN 3380
449.    Two Rosenthal Studio Line vases, painted and gilded designs after Raymond Peynet, 6in. and 5in.
450.    A Royal Copenhagen model of a small bird, shape 226, factory mark in underglaze blue
451.    A Royal Copenhagen vase, ovoid-shape decorated with a flowering plant, factory mark in underglaze blue
452.    A Royal Copenhagen vase, squat circular shape decorated with butterflies, factory mark in underglaze blue
453.    A Doulton & Slater's Patent stoneware vase, globe-and-shaft form, painted and gilded with flowers, 17in. - neck restored
454.    A graduated set of three Doulton Lambeth stoneware jugs, painted with flowering shrubs against a salt-glazed ground, pattern 3949, tallest 8in. - faults
455.    A Beswick grey horse, Beswick recumbent foal and a Beswick black foal and two Royal Doulton horses£100-150
456.    A Wedgwood Blue Jasper mantel timepiece, with spring-driven movement, 6in. high - no key, together with an Adams Blue Jasper vase, 8in. and two royal commemorative dishes, 1977£60-80
457.    Three Lladro porcelain figures, female farmhand with ducks, dancing jester group, two fingers missing and girl with displaced shoe, all boxed
458.    Three Lladro porcelain figures, girl with two ducks, girl seated beside a bird and a girl lying beside bird, all boxed
459.    A Lladro porcelain model of a swan and a Nao model of a seated young dancer
460.    A Moorcroft vase, red and yellow flowers with leaves against a two-tone green ground, impressed and painted marks, printed label, Potters to the Late Queen Mary, 8in.£140-180
461.    A pair of Moorcroft ginger jars and covers, painted with flowers against a deep blue ground, impressed marks and printed label, Potters to the Late Queen Mary, 4.25in.£100-150
462.    Two Moorcroft vases, Hibiscus and Anemone against a deep blue ground, printed labels Potters to the Late Queen Mary, 6in.£100-150
463.    Five small items of Moorcroft pottery, including two footed bowls, 4.5in.£80-120
464.    A cut glass atomiser, baluster-shape with enamelled silver mount, 10.5in.
465.    An Italian studio glass bowl, uneven circular shape, basically green with multi-coloured detail and aventurine, 9in.
466.    Two Burleigh Ware royal commemorative mugs, tapering cylindrical shape designed and modelled by Dame Laura Knight, Kings George VI and Edward VIII, May 1937, 3in.
467.    A 19th century Dutch Delft tulip vase, painted with birds and flowers in blue, 8.5in.
468.    A Royal Doulton earthenware figure, The Parson's Daughter, HN 564£50-60
469.    A Caithness Comet paperweight, boxed and eleven other decorated glass paperweights
470.    A Victorian pink opaline glass biscuit barrel, enamelled with birds, three cranberry glasses, pair of silver-mounted glass posy vases, three items of silver-mounted glass and three studio glass items
471.    A large Royal Dux elephant, 21in. long - one tusk repaired
472.    A Royal Doulton bone china figure group, Flower Sellers Children HN 1342, one leaf chipped£80-100
473.    Two Royal Doulton bone china figures, Lydia, HN 1908 and Sunday Best, HN 3218
474.    A cameo glass vase in the style of E. Galle, acid-etched with plants against a vivid orange and crimson ground, 9in.
475.    A late Victorian Royal Worcester jug, shape 1094, painted with flowers against an ivory ground, date code 1894, 5in. together with a Royal Doulton bone china figure Hilary, HN 2335
476.    A Lalique model of a frog, 4.5in. long£80-120
477.    A 19th century Chinese porcelain vase, baluster-shape painted with birds and foliating springs in underglaze blue, 9in. - neck-rim repaired£50-60
478.    An 18th century Chinese porcelain vase, ovoid-shape painted with trees, foliating shrubs, bamboo and birds in flight in underglaze blue, 10.5in.£100-150
479.    A 19th century Chinese porcelain beaker vase, painted with a dragon and foliage in underglaze blue, 15.5in.£100-200
480.    A pair of 18th century Chinese export chargers, painted with a chrysanthemum pattern in underglaze blue, 13.75in. - one plate rivet-repaired and a larger 18th century Chinese export porcelain charger, similarly painted, 17in. - two large repaired chips£80-100
481.    A 19th century Chinese porcelain vase, baluster-shape painted with a wild bird, insects and chrysanthemum setting in "famille rose" enamels, on carved hardwood plinth, 14in. - crack to neck rim£150-200
482.    An 18th century Chinese porcelain vase, octagonal baluster shape painted with figures and garden settings in underglaze blue, 10.75in. together with a pair of 19th century Chinese porcelain bottle vases and a 17th century Imari porcelain plate, painted in underglaze blue, iron-red enamel and gilded, 11.25in. - repaired
483.    A pair of miniature 19th century Canton porcelain vases, lobed-shape each with twin gilt handles, 4.25in., a smaller similar vase, 3in. - chipped and two other items
484.    A pair of 18th century Chinese export porcelain chargers, painted with flower sprays in "famille rose" enamels within an interlaced design in underglaze blue, 15in. SEE ILLUSTRATION£250-300
485.    An 18th century Chinese export porcelain charger, painted with flowers in "famille rose" enamels, 15in. - repaired
486.    A modern Chinese porcelain table lamp, ovoid-shape painted with chrysanthemum against a turquoise ground
487.    A Chinese bone cricket jar, with pierced and engraved detail, 4in.£60-80
488.    A pair of miniature spinach-jade goblets, on angular knopped stems, 3in.£60-80
489.    A carved alabaster model of an eagle, seated position with carved detail, 4.5in.£150-200
490.    A 19th century carved cream-jade jar and cover, carved and pierced with flowering shrubs, 9.5in.£280-350
491.    An 18th/19th century Chinese bronze God of Prosperity, seated upon Lotus base, 5.5in.£250-300
492.    A Chinese cloisonne jar and cover, ovoid-shape with floral designs in two-tone blue, complete with cover, 9.25in.
493.    A pair of Japanese bronze vases, cast with wild beast handles, on circular tripod bases, 10in.£70-100
494.    A pair of Kutani vases, globe-and-shaft form, 8.75in., a similar single vase, 7in., pair of Imari vases, 5.5in. and four other items
495.    A 15th century Vietnamese porcelain dish, "Hoi An Hoard", sparsely painted with foliage in underglaze blue, 8.75in.
496.    A Japanese porcelain vase, baluster-shape painted with a landscaped water-mill, in enamels with gilding, 13in. and a similar plate with openwork border
497.    A Canton ivory puzzle, various shaped segments carved and engraved and two miniature ivory segments, very finely carved and pierced
498.    A pair of large Chinese cloisonne vases, baluster-shape enamelled with flowering shrubs against a green ground, 15in.£70-80
499.    A pair of small Chinese cloisonne vases, baluster-shape enamelled with coloured plants against a blue ground, 5.25in.
500.    A Japanese bronze vase, cast with a bird and sprig, on tripod base, 10.5in.£50-60
501.    A small 19th century Japanese bronze censer, two-handled and cast with foliage, complete with domed cover and kylin finial, 4.75in.£50-60
502.    A late 19th century Canton ivory box, cylindrical-shape carved with dragons and cloud frets, screw-cover enclosing needlework tools and barbed hooks, 6.25in.£100-150
503.    An 18ct. gold open-face pocket watch, reverse side with engraved monogram£150-200
504.    A Royal Mint Executive Proof Coin set, 2007, complete set of twelve coins, cased
505.    A Victorian gold sovereign, 1889£160-180
506.    A 15ct. gold medallion, a long service award by John Pinches of London for Kodak, 19.9 grams£250-300
507.    A 22ct. gold band wedding ring, 2.5 grams and a platinum band wedding ring, approx. 2.5 grams £100-150
508.    An 18ct. gold half-hoop ring, claw set with three rubies and two diamonds, ring size Q/R, 2.8 grams gross total£100-150
509.    An 18ct. white gold and diamond solitaire ring, platinum claw setting, stone approx. 0.65 ct.£300-350
510.    A 9ct. gold, garnet and seed pearl ring, leaf-design with six garnets and central seed pearl, ring size O£70-100
511.    An 18ct. white gold, sapphire and diamond ring, four diamonds and five sapphires in engraved setting, ring size Q/R£300-350
512.    A cameo pendant, oval-shape carved with a female portrait bust, on .800 silver-gilt mount
513.    A pair of 9ct. gold link ear-rings, 2.8 grams and a gentleman's 9ct. gold signet ring, ring size U, 2.5 grams gross£60-80
514.    A 9ct. gold, fresh-water pearl and amethyst bead necklace£50-60
515.    An Edward VII coronation medal, 9th August, 1902 and fourteen other various coins, also to include a ceramic souvenir boot, South Street, Worthing £60-80
516.    An 18ct. white gold, diamond and sapphire cluster ring, ten small diamonds arranged around central sapphire, claw setting, ring size M£100-150
517.    A Victorian gold sovereign, 1887, contained within elaborate 9ct. gold C-scroll mount, on 9ct. gold chain, 15.1 grams total£200-250
518.    Three various 9ct. gold rings, 5.8 grams total and a yellow metal and diamond solitaire ring, ring size I/J£80-100
519.    A 9ct. gold bangle, with engraved detail, 20.1 grams£170-200
520.    A 14ct. gold dress ring, set large emerald-cut citrine, ring size L, 8.6 grams gross total£50-60
521.    A quantity of silver and costume jewellery
522.    A Victorian gold half-sovereign, 1896£75-85
523.    Two lady's 9ct. gold wristwatches, seven other watches, assorted silver and jewellery and a malachite bead necklace£70-100
524.    A modern 18ct. white gold and diamond bracelet, thirty-four small diamonds, approx. 2 carats total£500-600
525.    A 9ct. gold serpent pendant, inset with numerous clear stones, on 9ct. gold fine-link chain£100-130
526.    A pair of Chinese silver plate and amber ornaments, each with Buddhistic lion surmounts, 2.5in.
527.    A German Iron Cross, one other Third Reich medal, other medals, coins including first decimal, February 1971
528.    A small quantity of costume jewellery, including coral
529.    A 9ct. gold-mounted tortoiseshell cigarette case, signed Murray, Walton on the Hill, together with a tortoiseshell and yellow metal card case£150-200
530.    A large collection of wristwatches, numerous makes and forms, believed to be 208 total£150-200
531.    A jade bangle and an assortment of costume jewellery
532.    A quantity of costume jewellery
533.    An oval silver brooch with painted centre panel, white metal insect brooch and other Victorian and later brooches£60-80
534.    A collection of costume and other jewellery, including a silver turtle brooch£100-150
535.    A silver bangle, white metal bangle, Siam silver bracelet and other jewellery£100-150
536.    A small assortment of costume jewellery including multi-coloured bead necklace
537.    A collection of enamelled bowling association medals, numerous clubs
538.    A collection of retail presentation cases, for jewellery and silver
539.    A 9ct. gold bangle, inset with seed pearls and heart-shape moonstone, 9.5 grams total£100-150
540.    A gilt-metal animal tooth brooch, with twin tassel pendants and a pair of matching ear-rings£50-60
541.    A quantity of costume jewellery
542.    Various gilt-metal and paste buckles
543.    A platinum and three-stone diamond engagement ring, claw settings, ring size H£150-200
544.    An unusual seal, in the form of a tail-coated gentleman, character detached from seal
545.    A 15ct. gold bar-brooch, in the form of a buckle, a yellow metal bar-brooch, yellow metal stick-pin, circular brooch, a seal and a diamond buckle£130-150
546.    Three 9ct. gold dress rings, various stones and settings, 7.7 grams total and a yellow metal and garnet dress ring£100-150
547.    A Victorian 15ct. gold, seed pearl and peridot ring, a 14ct. white gold, jade and diamond ring and three yellow metal dress rings£200-250
548.    An unusual yellow metal pendant, composed of three pendant ornaments, stirrup, seal and helmet£100-150
549.    A gold and diamond solitaire ring, ring size J, indistinct mark, believed to be 18ct., together with an 18ct. gold ring with five inset diamond chips, ring size L, 4.4 grams gross total£100-150
550.    An 18ct. gold and seven-stone diamond cluster ring, rosette-shape in platinum claw setting, ring size N and an 18ct. gold and diamond gypsy ring, five graduated diamonds, ring size Q, 8.5 grams gross total£180-250
551.    Five various gold dress rings, including a Victorian engraved ring with inset rubies and seed pearls£150-200
552.    A Victorian target brooch, centre with inset seed pearl and ruby rosette£150-200
553.    A lady's 1920's cocktail watch, rectangular platinum case inset with fourteen small diamonds, oval dial, on fine-link strap, possibly platinum, strap indistinctly signed£200-250
554.    Five various gold dress rings, including an 18ct. gold diamond and sapphire half-hoop ring£250-300
555.    A 9ct. white gold, diamond and Blue Jasper pendant, on chain£50-70
556.    An 18ct. gold and diamond solitaire ring, ring size S, two other 18ct. gold rings, a diamond eternity ring and one other ring£350-400
557.    Four various dress rings and an unmarked yellow metal wedding band£100-150
558.    A pair of 9ct. gold and agate ear-rings, a 9ct. gold dress ring and a yellow metal heart-shape pendant£70-80
559.    A quantity of costume jewellery, contained within two boxes£50-60
560.    A 9ct. gold ball locket, on white metal chain, a 9ct. revolving ball pendant, 18ct. gold buckle ring and an 18ct. gold, sapphire and diamond ring£120-180
561.    A 9ct. gold ring, bark-effect shoulders set pale blue stone, three other 9ct. gold rings, three various yellow metal rings, 22ct. gold band ring, damaged and three 9ct. gold brooches£120-150
562.    A quantity of costume jewellery
563.    A Victorian gold sovereign, 1899, on 18ct. gold link chain, 41.9 grams total£650-750
564.    Two Elizabeth II coin proof sets, pre and post decimal, 1970 and 1971, other coinage including crowns and a 10 shilling bank note£60-80
565.    A lady's 9ct. gold wristwatch, Swiss movement, Birmingham 1920, leather strap
566.    A 9ct. gold charm bracelet, twenty-two charms and padlock clasp, 42 grams gross total£300-400
567.    A 9ct. gold chain, with F monogram pendant, 6.6 grams£50-60
568.    An 18ct. gold and diamond cross-over ring, three small diamonds in platinum setting, ring size S£80-100
569.    An 18ct. gold signet ring, monogrammed, 2.3 grams, a 9ct. gold and aquamarine dress ring and a carved cameo brooch in 9ct. gold mount £60-80
570.    An enamelled silver nursing badge and a small assortment of costume jewellery
571.    A gold and diamond horseshoe bar brooch, nine small inset diamonds£100-150
572.    A 9ct. gold lady's Seconda wristwatch, a 9ct. gold heart-shape locket, on 9ct. gold chain and an oval cameo brooch£70-100
573.    A silver and paste brooch, citrine stick pin, two silver thimbles, etc.
574.    A group of three WWII medals, framed and dated July 1949 together with a framed message from HRH Queen Elizabeth£80-100
575.    A gold and diamond half-hoop ring, three diamonds in platinum claw setting, ring size O/P, hallmark indistinct£100-150
576.    Two silver dress rings, a silver thistle hat pin and four ornamental silver cocktail sticks£50-60
577.    An Edward VII embossed silver cup holder, Birmingham 1905 and a quantity of silver plated ware including cutlery
578.    An engine-turned silver cigarette case, Birmingham 1935, approx. 4oz.
579.    A cased set of six silver coffee spoons, varying handle patterns, Sheffield 1910/11 and silver plated ware including a Lazy Susan
580.    A Victorian silver christening mug, waisted cylindrical form engraved with oak leaves and monogram, double-scroll handle, London 1853, 3in.£50-70
581.    A Russian 84 zlotnik and enamel salt, circular-shape with enamelled script, 2.25in. diameter£50-70
582.    A pair of George III Old Sheffield Plate goblets, on circular bases with cast footrims, crested, 6in.
583.    An engine-turned silver cigarette case, Birmingham 1927, a miniature silver oil lamp, engraved silver vesta case, three silver spoons and two silver-mounted glass bottles£50-60
584.    Small silverware, christening mug, Birmingham 1904, pepper pot, two spoons and a napkin ring together with a small quantity of costume jewellery
585.    A silver plated kettle, on burner stand, 13.5in. and other silver plated ware
586.    A silver cigarette box, engraved silver cigarette case, pair of silver condiments and a silver tea strainer£60-80
587.    A silver watch chain, with T-bar and shilling pendant, approx. 2oz. total
588.    A collection of vintage coins and bank notes, also to include a quantity of silver plated flatware
589.    A silver teaset, consisting of teapot with ebony handle, milk jug and two-handled sugar bowl, Sheffield 1945, approx. 32oz. gross£400-450
590.    A pair of silver cafe-au-lait pots, tapering, cylindrical form with ebony handles, Sheffield 1937, approx. 17oz. gross total, 5.25in.£220-250
591.    A silver salver, square-shape with ogee corners, on four scroll toes, Sheffield 1933, approx. 29oz. £400-450
592.    A Victorian five-sconce candelabrum, silver plate on copper, complete with torch finial, on shaped square base, 20in.£50-70
593.    A matched silver condiment set, Georg Jensen sterling coaster, personalised, two silver vesta cases and five other items, approx. 13oz. total£150-200
594.    Small silverware, including a boxed condiment set, pair of candlesticks
595.    Nine pairs of silver sugar tongs, other silver flatware including two cased sets, set of four Continental white metal teaspoons, approx. 12oz. total and silver plated ware£120-150
596.    A silver five-bar toast rack, Sheffield 1916 and a silver ashtray
597.    An engraved silver cigarette case, Birmingham 1918, approx. 3ozs. and six items of silver plated flatware
598.    Silver plated ware, including half-reeded teapot and matching milk jug, pair of coasters, silver plate on copper
599.    An Indian silver rose water jar and cover, cast and embossed with plants and leaf scrolls throughout, approx. 27oz., 13.5in.£500-600
600.    A silver bread basket, circular-shape with pierced and embossed borders, Sheffield 1910, approx. 12.5oz., 10in. SEE ILLUSTRATION£140-160
601.    A large silver-mounted glass scent bottle, Birmingham 1900, a silver powder box, silver and niello cigarette case and two other items£70-80
602.    A two-handled silver trophy, Birmingham 1930, 5.75in. - presentation inscription£80-100
603.    Small silverware, including a 19th century oval mustard pot, mustard server, group of three napkin rings, sugar tongs, pepper pot and a Continental white metal bangle£70-100
604.    A quantity of silver plated ware
605.    A silver-mounted glass atomiser, Jubilee silver-mounted pot, Birmingham 1935, two silver-mounted glass bottles and an amethyst glass atomiser£60-80
606.    A late Victorian silver plated centrepiece, engraved brass trumpet bowl supported on an arrangement of leaves and stalks, 12in.
607.    A Burmese silver epergne, central trumpet supported upon scrolling branches, each with pendant silver basket, the whole embossed with dwellings and trees, 11.5in.£350-400
608.    A silver plated teaset, oval half-reeded form consisting of teapot, milk jug and sugar bowl with cast borders and two other three-piece silver plated teasets
609.    A silver circular box, with hinged cover, silver-mounted glass atomiser, five silver-mounted glass bottles and two other items £50-70
610.    Nine pairs of silver sugar tongs, three various silver spoons, silver fork and two other items, approx. 15oz. total£300-350
611.    An Edward VII silver photograph frame, rectangular-shape with ribbon cresting, Birmingham 1909, 9.5 x 7in.
612.    Two silver plated centrepieces, each with bead and billet borders, one centrepiece with cast stags, 18 and 13in.£120-150
613.    A silver plated tray, oval two-handled shape, 20in. and one other oval plated tray, 18in.
614.    Two silver dishes, two miniature silver condiments, heart-shaped silver box and a silver thimble, approx. 7oz. total £140-160
615.    A Victorian engraved glass claret jug, with cast silver plated mount and handle, 11in.
616.    An Edward VII silver dressing table tray, rectangular-shape embossed with a mask, bird and leaf scrolls, Birmingham 1907, approx. 6oz.£120-140
617.    Silver plated ware, including a corinthian column candlestick, trophy cup and cover and two teapots
618.    A Chinese silver rickshaw novelty condiment set, salt, pepper and mustard pots with attendant, 8in. long£120-140
619.    A pair of silver pill boxes, oval-shape embossed with C-scrolls, Birmingham 1900, 2in.£80-100
620.    An Egyptian silver card tray, with intricately engraved detail, 8.25in., a smaller Egyptian silver card tray, 5in. and an Egyptian silver powder box, approx. 11oz. total£180-220
621.    Chinese silver, including a cake basket pierced and engraved with dragons, wild birds and foliage, twin-swing handles, 8in. diameter, a similarly pierced posy vase, 6.5in. and a teaspoon, approx. 12oz. total£300-350
622.    A good quality silver milk jug by Arthur and Frank Parsons for Tessiers Ltd., hammered finish, approx. 8oz. together with a Victorian embossed silver salt and an Art Nouveau pierced silver bowl, oval two-handled form, London 1903 £250-300
623.    Two silver photograph frames, circular-shape, one with ribbon crest, largest 4.5in. and another square shape, 2in.£50-60
624.    An Indian silver rose bowl, embossed with peasant figures at outdoor pursuits, approx. 7.5oz., 6.5in. diameter, on ebonised plinth£100-150
625.    A cased pair of silver salts, each circular with embossed detail, complete with server spoons, Birmingham 1902/03
626.    A cased set of six silver-handled dessert knives, silver-handled cake knife, boxed, silver-mounted book of Common Prayer and two other items
627.    A silver tankard by J. Tostrup, Oslo, in the form of a Norwegian peg tankard, hinged cover with recumbent lion thumb-piece, scroll handle, cover and body embossed with fruit, flowers and leaves, on three claw and ball feet, dated 1950, stamped underside 830, script signature with monogram, approx. 41oz., 9in. high - presentation inscription 1951 SEE ILLUSTRATION£800-1000
628.    A French silver serving spoon and fork, double-struck fiddle, thread and shell pattern, approx. 11oz., 11.25in. long£150-200
629.    Two Ceylonese silver boxes, each rectangular and embossed with ceremonial figures and wild animals, each 5.5in. wide£100-130
630.    A Victorian engraved silver vinaigrette, with enclosed pierced cover, Birmingham 1856£100-130
631.    An engraved silver sovereign case, silver novelty pin cushion in the form of a bird, a.f. and a silver thimble
632.    Two silver photograph frames, silver-handled cake slice, set of six Norwegian silver and enamel coffee spoons, assorted coins, etc.£50-60
633.    An Edwardian silver-mounted glass inkwell, square-shape with hob-nail cut underside, Birmingham 1909, together with a silver-mounted glass match-strike, Birmingham 1907, a silver-mounted glass scent bottle and similar powder pot£60-80
634.    A cased set of six silver-handled tea knives, together with a part suite of King's pattern plated cutlery and other flatware
635.    A silver plated teaset, four pieces including hot water jug and a circular plated tray with pierced border and engraved ornament, 13in.
636.    An early Victorian silver plated teapot, plated cruet set with six cut glass bottles and three other silver plated items£50-70
637.    A cased part-set of silver condiments, six items including one server spoon, together with an engine-turned silver cigarette box, London 1923
638.    A period-style silver plated tankard, silver plated flatware, pair of engraved glass pickle jars, each with cover, etc.
639.    Jack Vettriano - signed limited edition print, entitled Bad Boy, Good Girl, signed in pencil on mount, 20 x 16in.£50-80
640.    Jack Vettriano - signed limited edition print, entitled A Very Dangerous Beach, signed in pencil on mount, 20 x 24in.£50-80
641.    Jack Vettriano - signed limited edition print, entitled Summertime Blues, signed in pencil on mount, 20 x 24in.£50-80
642.    Jack Vettriano - signed limited edition print, entitled The Innocents, signed in pencil on mount, 20 x 16in.£50-80
643.    A Victorian oil on canvas, gentleman greeting visitor at door, dog beside, gentleman in hiding to middle distance, unsigned, 30 x 22in. £200-300
644.    Gustavus A. Bouvier (fl. 1866-84) - late 19th century watercolour, portrait bust of a young female, entitled verso La Veneziana, signed, 8.5 x 6.5in.£120-180
645.    A pair of signed limited edition aviation prints, Dambuster Take off and Dambuster Return, after Morris Gardner, signed in pencil by the artist and crew members
646.    A pair of signed limited edition aviation prints, Dambuster Take off and Dambuster Return, each signed in pencil by the artist and crew members
647.    H. L. Cox - oil on canvas, interior scene with two gentlemen at table, chess game in progress, one smoking churchwarden pipe, signed and dated '18, 12 x 20in.£200-300
648.    H. L. Cox - oil on canvas, interior scene, chess game in progress, bearded gentlemen seated, deep in calculation, the other standing beside open fire, signed and dated '18, 12 x 20in.£200-300
649.    William Lee Hankey (1869-1952) - etching, male, two females and baby, monogrammed within plate, blindstamped and signed in pencil on mount, 9 x 9.5in.£60-80
650.    David Mead - oil on board, view of Coverham Bridge, Yorkshire, signed, inscribed verso, 24 x 30in.£50-60
651.    A Victorian watercolour, peasants embracing at a doorway, 21 x 14in.£150-200
652.    A set of six 19th century hunting prints, with hand-coloured detail, each titled£80-120
653.    C. S. L. Abbinck - oil on canvas, dusk-lit avenue of trees, signed, 26 x 19in.£80-100
653A.   A pair of Victorian gouache paintings, rural riverscapes, unsigned, 10 x 17in. and a modern colour print
653B.   Various prints, wooden plaque etc.
654.    An oil on board, three young boys, one playing penny whistle, another playing tambourine, another clapping, unsigned, 24 x 20in.
655.    Lawrence - pair of modern watercolours, seafront figures, signed and dated '97, 11 x 15in., one other watercolour, anchored boats and a pastel drawing of a lion, signed D. Denyer
656.    A Dutch 17th century-style oil on board, still life vase of flowers, 26 x 18in., one other still life oil on canvas and a pair of modern still life oils, signed K. Alden
657.    An oil on board, four young girls picking flowers in a field, 16 x 22in. and an oil on canvas, portrait bust of a gentleman, 24 x 20in.
658.    An oil on board, inscribed verso November the Centaur as Lagittarius "teaching the use of the bow", 5 x 8.5in.£50-70
659.    A Victorian oil on canvas - country pathway with middle distant hills, unsigned, 12 x 18in.£50-60
660.    Hilda K. Jillard - crayon drawing, figure carrying baskets, barrels alongside, signed, 14 x 11in. £80-120
661.    A. Ludovic - watercolour, horse-drawn chariot at St. James Square, London, signed and dated Aug. 1925, 11 x 17in.
662.    D. W. Haddon - watercolour, portrait bust of a peasant woman, 10 x 7in.
663.    A pair of watercolours - rural views, unsigned, 11 x 17in. and two groups of three watercolours, birds and insects, each group contained within frame
664.    An over-painted print after William Strutt, entitled Peace, young girl and group of wild animals, 6 x 10in.
665.    Three early 20th century portrait miniatures, two young females and a naval officer, each signed£60-80
666.    An assortment of pictures and mirrors
667.    G. Sinden - pair of oils on board, panoramic rural views with grazing cattle, signed, 12 x 18in.
668.    A. Levisan - pair of watercolours, Venetian canal views, 6 x 4in.
669.    Cuthbert Rigby (1850-1935) - watercolour, view of Colwith Force, Kendal, Cumbria, signed and dated 1891, labelled verso, 15 x 10in.£400-500
670.    A 19th century oil painting, view of a village street, signed Wayworth, 3.5 x 5in.
671.    A vintage autobus design, composed of numerous advertising elements, Ray Terry, 1969
672.    An oil on canvas - entombing of Christ, 12 x 16in.
673.    An oil on canvas - view of a lakeside pathway, indistinctly signed, 20 x 14in. and a pair of Victorian photographic portraits
674.    An oil on canvas - Grenadier Guards band, indistinctly signed, 30 x 20in.
675.    J. Somerset - watercolour, fishermen landing in rough waters, signed and dated 1904, 16 x 24in.
676.    School of Richard Cosway - portrait bust of a young female, believed to be Mrs. Fitzherbert, pinchbeck frame with seed pearls, reverse with inset plaited hair, 3.5in.£1000-1500
677.    E. Hartry - 19th century oil on panel, cottage interior with lady seated at table, signed, 14 x 18in.£450-500
678.    A 19th century oil on board, half-length portrait of a north American Indian, unsigned, 9.5 x 8in.£120-150
679.    A 19th century watercolour, castle ruin, unsigned, 12 x 9in.
680.    Katrina Thomas - watercolour and black crayon, abstract work entitled Red Mirage, signed, 14 x 15in.
681.    W. H. Gill - group of three watercolours, rural streams, 7 x 11in. and a collection of Tatler magazine
682.    A large oil on canvas, anchored fishing vessels, one other large oil on canvas and two large prints
683.    R. Brant - modern still life oil on board and eight other various paintings
684.    A quantity of various framed prints
685.    K. Jarvis - watercolour, Pembrokeshire Coast at Tenby, 9 x 15in. and other paintings
686.    Eileen Wicks - pastel, portrait bust of Pope John Paul II, signed, together with his published biography
687.    C. Sainton - set of three silver point etchings, together with seven framed needlework pictures
688.    Frank Colclough - watercolour, coastal view with large middle-distant house, signed, 18 x 26in. £100-150
689.    A. Lafitte - pair of aquatints, harbour views, signed in pencil on mount, 13 x 19in.
690.    Lewis H. Mead - oil on board, still life pears and flowers on a table, signed and dated 1923, 11 x 14in.
691.    Simon Langtree - oil on canvas, a horse in profile, believed to be Nijinsky, signed and dated 1970, 30 x 36in.£50-70