Antiques, Furniture, Collectables & Household Effects Sale
on Tuesday 11th September 2012


1.      A Victorian mahogany wardrobe, enclosed by three-quarter length mirrored door, single deep base drawer, 3ft. 6in. - mirror door detached
2.      A Victorian mahogany chiffonier, mirror back with carved leaf-scroll cresting, panelled cupboard base with two drawers, 3ft. 10in. - one door detached
3.      A 19th century French walnut dressing chest, adjustable mirror above two trinket drawers, two short and two long quarter-veneered drawers beneath, 3ft. 7in.£50-70
4.      A South American hardwood dresser, upper stage enclosed by a pair of glazed doors, panelled cupboard base with two drawers, 3ft. 5in. wide£50-70
5.      A serpentine-fronted mahogany card table, revolving top enclosing baize lining, on cabriole legs, 2ft. 4in.
6.      An Edwardian mahogany chaise longue, on short turned legs with casters and a pair of Edwardian inlaid mahogany drawing room single chairs - as viewed
7.      A 19th century continental pine clerk's desk, sloping top enclosing recess with four short drawers, two opening doors with mock drawer-fronts, two long drawers beneath, 3ft. 7in. wide£50-70
8.      A George III mahogany bureau, fall-front enclosing stepped interior with central inlaid cupboard, two short and three long oak-lined drawers beneath, 3ft. 7in. - replacement ogee bracket feet£100-200
9.      A mahogany wall-hanging corner cabinet, central glazed door and open side shelves, 2ft. 8in. high, together with a small mahogany side table, 2ft.
10.     A Victorian mahogany writing table, kneehole arrangement of three drawers, turned and tapering legs, 3ft. 6in.£50-60
11.     A mid Victorian armchair, upholstered in a green dralon, on front turned walnut legs with casters
12.     An early 20th century dark-stained beech roll-top desk, tambour shutter enclosing fittings, kneehole arrangement of seven drawers, 3ft. 6in.£120-180
13.     A Victorian rosewood and parquetry pier cabinet, lined interior with two shelves enclosed by single glazed door, on plinth, 2ft. 6in.
£150-200
14.     An Edwardian inlaid mahogany drawing room elbow chair, shaped back with pierced detail and marquetry panel, upholstered seat, on front carved cabriole legs£80-100
14A.    A large dark elm coffer£150-200
15.     A Victorian mahogany Pembroke table, with single frieze drawer, on turned legs with casters, 2ft. 10in.£60-80
16.     An Art Deco two-tone colour-tinted wall mirror, broadly circular-shape with large peach-tinted square panel, rounded green borders, 2ft. 6in.£100-150
17.     A George V mahogany bureau, quarter-veneered fall-front enclosing fittings, three long drawers beneath, cabriole legs, 2ft. 6in.
18.     A solid, dark oak student's bureau, three long drawers beneath, 2ft. 6in.
19.     Upper section of a Victorian bookcase, three adjustable shelves enclosed by a pair of glazed doors, carved corbels, 2ft. 11in.
20.     A Victorian walnut and beech wind-action dining table, with extra leaf, on turned and reeded legs with casters, complete with winding crank, 3ft. 9in. opening to 5ft. 6in. £80-120
21.     A reproduction Chinese hardwood cocktail cupboard, hinged top enclosing semi-fitted recess, fitted cupboard base, 3ft. 8in.
22.     A reproduction Chinese hardwood hi-fi cabinet, hinged top enclosing semi-fitted recess, panelled cupboard base, 3ft. 8in. - matching previous lot
23.     An early 19th century Swedish painted pine cupboard, arched pediment above pair of panelled doors, two shelves enclosed, original spring-loaded lock and key, 3ft. 2in.£100-200
24.     A Victorian walnut hall chair, leaf-scroll cresting above upholstered seat and back, barley-twist frame, on casters
25.     An Indian teak four-fold dressing screen, carved with flowers and leaves throughout, 5ft. 9in. high and a similar occasional table, 1ft. 8in.£80-100
26.     An early 19th century mahogany chest, two short and three long pine-lined drawers, oval, pressed brass handles, bracket feet, 3ft. £100-150
27.     An early 18th century carved oak cupboard, enclosed by a pair of panelled doors, variously carved with foliage, single base drawer, 3ft. 2in.£200-300
28.     A Victorian mahogany chest, two short and three long oak-lined drawers, each with turned wood knob handles, 3ft. 5in.£80-100
29.     A walnut wardrobe, enclosed by a pair of full-length burr-veneered doors, 4ft. £50-70
30.     An Old Charm dark oak dining suite, consisting of oval table with extra leaf, 5ft. 6in. opening to 6ft. 9in., set of six chairs including pair of carvers, machine tapestry seats and backs, tall dresser featuring open shelves, pair of glazed cabinets, carved and panelled base with three drawers, 5ft.£60-80
31.     An Old Charm dark oak bookcase, pair of leaded glazed doors enclosing two adjustable shelves, carved and panelled base, 2ft. 8in.
32.     An Old Charm dark oak display cabinet, pair of leaded glazed doors enclosing three plate glass shelves, carved and panelled cupboard base, 3ft. 6in.£60-80
33.     An Old Charm dark oak side table, pair of frieze drawers carved with lunettes, on front baluster-turned legs, 3ft. 5in.
34.     A George III mahogany tripod table, with turned stem, replacement top 2ft. 2in.
35.     An oak coffer, panelled construction, 3ft. 6in.
36.     A solid oak commode armchair, strongly-built panelled construction with hinged seat
37.     A late 19th century walnut and beech piano stool, upholstered seat with turned arms, panelled cupboard base, chip-carved with stylised lancets
38.     A George III mahogany D-end dining table, with extra leaf, square tapering legs, 5ft. 2in. extended - as viewed£100-200
39.     A Restalls solid oak bedroom chest, four long drawers, 2ft. 9in. and an oak two-tiered trolley
40.     A 19th century mahogany chest, two short and four long oak and pine-lined drawers, replacement brass hardware, 3ft. 6in.£150-200
41.     A Victorian bow-fronted mahogany chest, four long graduated drawers, splay feet, 3ft. 5in.£100-200
42.     A Louis XV-style mahogany and marquetry occasional table, oval shape with quarter-veneered top and single drawer, with undertier, ormolu mounts, 2ft.£100-150
43.     A Louis XV-style parquetry occasional table, circular-shape with undertier, ormolu mounts, 1ft. 6in. diameter£70-100
44.     A solid, medium oak open bookshelf, four fitted shelves with open ends, 2ft.
45.     An early 20th century mahogany music chest, four fall-front drawers, 1ft. 8in. - one front corner incomplete and a large quantity of 45rpm records, together with an Edwardian two-tiered mahogany occasional table, serpentine-shape, 2ft. 3in.
46.     A Michel Thonet bentwood hat, coat and stick stand, 6ft. 8in.£100-150
47.     A dark oak dining suite, consisting of barley-twist gateleg table, 3ft., set of four cane-backed dining chairs with drop-in seats and a panelled sideboard with two drawers, 4ft.£80-100
48.     A small mahogany music chest, four fall-front drawers, short turned legs with casters, 1ft. 7in.
49.     A 17th/18th century elm six-plank coffer, with interior candle tray and original strap hinges, 3ft. £80-120
49A.    BLANK LOT
50.     A Victorian-style mahogany side table, rectangular-shape with undertier, on open end supports, 3ft. 2in.£50-70
51.     A mahogany blanket chest, boarded and dove-tailed construction, 3ft. 1in.
52.     A mahogany bedroom suite, wardrobe with oval mirror and base drawer, 3ft. 6in., dressing chest, 3ft. 6in. and a chest of two short and three long drawers, 3ft. 6in.£60-80
53.     A Victorian X-framed walnut nursing chair, upholstered in a floral velour, together with a mahogany X-framed stool with buttoned seat
54.     An early 20th century oak sectional bookcase, four glazed sections, 2ft. 10in.£180-220
55.     A Victorian gothic oak open bookcase, twelve fitted shelves, details include dentil pediment, quatrefoils and linenfold side panels, circa 1870, 5ft. 10in. wide; 4ft. 6in. high - incomplete£120-150
56.     A solid, medium oak open bookcase, carved scroll cresting above four adjustable shelves, 4ft. 5in. wide£70-80
57.     A Victorian mahogany bedroom chest, two short and three long drawers, each with turned wood knob handles, 3ft. 4in. - one rear foot missing
58.     A solid, dark oak sectional bookcase, three sections each enclosed by a pair of glazed doors, 2ft. 11in. £50-60
59.     A burr walnut quartetto of tables, with beaded and quarter-veneered tops, on slim, turned legs, 1ft. 9in.£150-200
60.     A burr walnut display cabinet, bow-fronted with central quarter-veneered cupboard door, pair of lined and glazed cabinets, on cabriole legs, 5ft.£180-220
61.     A Georgian-style moulded gilt mirror, rectangular-shape with bevelled plate, 2ft. 6in. x 1ft. 11in.
62.     An early 20th century oak court cupboard, panelled construction with three cupboards and two drawers, carved with a Romayne panel and foliage throughout, pot-board base, 5ft.£300-400
63.     A medium oak draw-leaf dining table, on carved bulbous end supports with stretcher, 4ft. 6in. opening to 7ft.£150-200
64.     A set of six 17th century-style oak dining chairs, including pair of carvers, carved frames upholstered in leather£150-200
65.     A Bevan Funnell oak two-tier trolley, with panelled and carved cupboard base
66.     A Victorian oak hall chair, shield-shape back with carved leaf cresting, on front turned legs
67.     A solid, dark oak side cupboard, pair of cupboard doors and single drawer with carved detail, 2ft. 3in.
68.     A solid, dark oak standard lamp, knopped stem carved with grapes and vine leaves, square base
69.     A 1930's burr walnut bedroom suite, consisting of lady's wardrobe, 5ft., gentleman's wardrobe, 3ft. 3in., well-top dressing table, 3ft. 5in. and a bedside cupboard with drawer, the whole quarter-veneered with original hardware£100-150
70.     A Victorian walnut tall bookcase, pair of glazed doors enclosing two adjustable shelves, carved and panelled cupboard base with two drawers, 3ft. 6in. wide£50-70
71.     A George III mahogany bookcase, four adjustable shelves enclosed by a pair of lancet-shape astragal-glazed doors, bracket feet, circa 1770, 3ft. 6in. - faults£100-150
72.     A walnut veneered "surprise" table, rising tray enclosed, on cabriole legs, 1ft. 11in. - no contents£200-250
73.     An Edwardian inlaid mahogany corner cabinet, painted interior enclosed by single glazed door, serpentine-shaped undertier, 2ft. 2in. wide£70-100
74.     A mid-18th century oak gateleg table, on baluster-turned underframe, 3ft. 6in.£100-200
75.     A set of six Dutch 18th century-style oak dining chairs, including pair of carvers, with vase splats and serpentine-shape drop-in seats, on front cabriole legs with shaped stretchers£200-300
76.     An Edwardian mahogany three-tiered revolving bookcase, with slatted ends, on casters, 3ft. 11in. high£200-300
77.     A solid, dark oak coffer, panelled construction, frontage carved with rosettes, 2ft. 10in.
78.     A mahogany three-tiered cake-stand
79.     A Victorian burr walnut card table, quarter-veneered and serpentine-shaped top revolving above ormolu-mounted frieze, on four cabriole legs, 3ft. 1in. £250-350
80.     A George V mahogany card table, half-round shape with carved border, on cabriole legs with hairy paw feet, sliding central rear leg revealing recess, 2ft. 6in. £70-100
81.     A Victorian burr walnut games table, hinged, quarter-veneered top enclosing inlaid rosewood and sycamore chess board, single drawer and sliding recess beneath, twin end supports with casters, 1ft. 10in. £200-300
82.     A Victorian-style burr walnut games table, circular top with inlaid chess board, on turned stem with tripod base, top 2ft.
83.     A George III mahogany bureau, fitted interior consisting of pigeon-holes, six drawers and central cupboard, four long oak-lined drawers beneath, each with original brass swan-neck handles, bracket feet, 3ft. 7in.£100-150
84.     A small, early 20th century mahogany chest, four graduated drawers, brass ring handles, splay feet, 2ft. 1in.
85.     A mid-18th century giltwood mirror, carved with acanthus leaf scrolls throughout, thickly re-gilded by Joseph H. Clayton, Dale Street, Liverpool, 18 x 20in.
86.     A Chinese rosewood display unit, asymmetrical arrangement of open shelves, two drawers beneath, 1ft. 8in. wide
87.     A 19th century teak military secretaire-chest, constructed in two sections, upper drawer with enclosed pigeon-holes, two drawers and central cupboard, three long lower drawers, gouged flush-level handles, brass mounts throughout and side carrying handles, 2ft. 9in. SEE ILLUSTRATION£350-500
88.     An Edwardian mahogany drawing room elbow chair, with boxwood line inlay, featuring slatted back and upholstered seat
89.     A small reproduction mahogany chest, two short and three long cross-banded drawers, on bracket feet, 1ft. 10in.
90.     A Gillow & Co. ebonised credenza, lined and mirrored interior enclosed by central glazed door and pair of bowed glass side doors, front and sides with turned columns, gilded detail throughout, 4ft. 6in. - impressed mark and no. 7173 SEE ILLUSTRATION£250-350
91.     An Art Deco solid limed oak dining suite, table with half-round drop leaves, 3ft. 1in. opening to 5ft., set of four slat-back chairs with leatherette seats and an angular sideboard, two drawers enclosed, the whole with carved and painted borders£60-80
92.     A Victorian-style walnut and beech Davenport, hinged top above writing slope, eight short drawers within, four drawers to one side, front carved supports, 1ft. 9in. wide£60-80
93.     An unusually small Edwardian mahogany revolving bookcase, square top with chequer inlay, slatted partitions, 1ft. 3in.£80-120
94.     A Victorian walnut tripod table, circular top on turned underframe with central finial, top 1ft. 8in.
95.     A Jas. Shoolbred & Co. oak and pollarded oak buffet, pair of frieze drawers above open recess, panelled cupboard base, drawers and cupboards deeply carved with grotesque masks and leaf scrolls, on casters, impressed stamp, 4ft. 6in.£150-200
96.     A Victorian mahogany tall bookcase, upper stage with two adjustable shelves enclosed by a pair of glazed doors, panelled cupboard base, 3ft. 6in. wide - plinth mouldings incomplete£150-200
97.     A pair of Victorian oak hall chairs, shaped backs with greyhound crest, front turned legs£60-80
98.     An early 20th century mahogany dressing table, oval mirror above two trinket drawers, kneehole arrangement of five drawers beneath, turned legs with casters, 3ft. 9in.
99.     An early 19th century elm dresser, three-shelf plate rack above base with three drawers, plain square legs, 5ft. 2in. wide£300-400
100.    A Globe Wernicke mahogany bookcase, two glazed sections and panelled cupboard base, 2ft. 10in. - glass missing£60-80
101.    A late Victorian mahogany bureau, enclosed fittings above one long and two short serpentine-fronted drawers, front cabriole legs, 2ft. 6in.£50-60
102.    An Edwardian inlaid mahogany display cabinet, cresting with simulated inlay, lined interior with two shelves, spade feet, 2ft. £80-100
103.    A Chippendale-period mahogany side table, with single frieze drawer, on chamfered square legs, circa 1770, 2ft. 4in.£60-80
104.    An oval bevelled mirror, within moulded gilt frame, 3ft. 3in.
105.    A late Victorian satin-birch wash stand, adjustable mirror above two trinket drawers, white marble top, on bobbin-turned underframe with casters, 4ft. - some worm
106.    An unusual light oak draw-leaf trolley, on turned underframe
107.    A mahogany and oak wall-hanging shelf unit, shelf above pair of mirror-panelled doors, 1ft. 9in.
108.    A Victorian carved oak wind-action dining table, rectangular top with canted corners, on turned legs with casters, 4ft. - no extra leaf; one caster detached £50-70
109.    An early Victorian mahogany tea table, hinged top on slim, turned legs with brass casters, 3ft.£100-150
110.    A Victorian mahogany tilt-top tripod table, on turned stem, top 1ft. 6in.
111.    An early 20th century mahogany sideboard, pair of central drawers flanked on each side by a cupboard, carved detail, 5ft.
112.    A 1920's oak dresser, twin-shelf plate rack above panelled cupboard base with two drawers, 4ft.£50-70
113.    An early Victorian mahogany chest, bow-fronted with two short and three long oak-lined drawers, each with turned wood knob handles, 3ft. £100-150
114.    A Victorian oak tall bookcase, pair of glazed doors enclosing three adjustable shelves, panelled cupboard base with two drawers, 3ft. 11in. wide£80-120
115.    A Victorian walnut Sutherland table, on twin-turned end supports with stretcher
116.    A Victorian mahogany Sutherland table, on slatted end supports, 2ft.
117.    A Victorian mahogany whatnot, three-tiered with turned uprights, single drawer beneath, on casters, 1ft. 6in. wide£80-120
118.    A walnut tripod table, circular top on fluted stem, top 1ft. 7in. and a smaller mahogany tripod wine table
119.    A set of six Hepplewhite-period mahogany dining chairs, shield backs with pierced splats, drop-in seats, front square tapering legs with stretchers, circa 1790, some old professional repairs£200-300
120.    A pair of Hepplewhite-period mahogany carver chairs, camel-backs with pierced splats, upholstered seats, cut-down
121.    A Victorian burr walnut Sutherland table, quarter-veneered top on bulbous turned end supports with turned stretcher, ceramic casters, 2ft. 11in.£150-200
122.    An Edwardian mahogany Sutherland table, on twin-turned end supports, 2ft.
123.    A Chinese export camphorwood trunk, carved with figures and foliage throughout, 2ft. 3in.
124.    An oak sectional bookcase, three glazed sections, 2ft. 11in.
125.    A solid, dark oak occasional table, octagonal top on carved, bulbous stem, top 2ft. 3in.£70-100
126.    An early 20th century mahogany display cabinet, frieze carved with Vitruvian scrolls, pair of astragal-glazed doors enclosing lined interior with two shelves, panelled cupboard base enclosing music shelving, 3ft. 6in.£60-80
127.    A William and Mary oak bureau, constructed in two sections, stepped interior with well featuring three concealed recesses, lower stage with unusual drawer configuration, one long and five short drawers, carcass with double-D mouldings, on bun feet, circa 1690, 3ft. - some repairs necessary £250-350
128.    An early 19th century "Zanzibar" chest, table-top size typically mounted with elaborate brass roundels, quartrefoils and bosses, interior with shaped cast brass strap hinges and candle-tray with hinged cover, 1ft. 11in. wide - one side handle missing SEE ILLUSTRATION£180-250
129.    An early Victorian mahogany tripod table, rectangular top on turned stem, top 1ft. 8in. x 1ft. 4in.
130.    A large Victorian hall mirror, gilt frame moulded with acanthus leafage, pendant swags, guilloche and with cartouche cresting, 7ft. high; 5ft. wide£300-500
131.    A Sheraton-period inlaid mahogany elbow chair, over-hanging top rail inlaid with an urn and leafage, slats with boxwood stringing, arms inlaid with leaf scrolls, front legs inlaid with pendant foliage, circa 1800£50-70
132.    An Edwardian mahogany kidney table, chequer-inlaid top with braced undertier, 2ft. 3in.
133.    A Sheraton period satinwood card table, rectangular top with canted corners, long-banded in mahogany, on square tapering legs, circa 1800, 3ft. - faults£150-200
134.    A painted three-leaf dressing screen, each leaf inset with five late 17th century Italian engravings, each hand-coloured engraving depicting formal gardens, elaborate fountains, gentlefolk and pet dogs, 5ft. high

Formerly in the possession of Humphrey Searle, classical composer, 1915-1982£80-100
135.    A pair of early 20th century mahogany jardiniere stands, circular-shape with dished tops and undertiers
136.    An early 19th century giltwood pier glass, columnar form with over-hanging pediment, 3ft. 6in. high - re-gilded£50-60
137.    A mid 18th century oak chest, two short and three long pine-lined drawers, on ogee bracket feet, 3ft. - one foot damaged; replacement brass hardware£80-100
138.    A Victorian mahogany open bookcase, three adjustable shelves between fluted stiles, each with carved rosette capital, 3ft. 6in.£70-100
139.    A Victorian walnut candle stand, incorporating circular tray-top, on barley-twist stem and concentric circular base, top damaged
140.    A 19th century Chippendale walnut mirror, fret-sawn scroll cresting, inlaid with floral lozenge, cross-banded bezel, 2ft. 11in. high - one ear-piece missing£50-60
141.    A Victorian oval mirror, bevelled plate within gilded frame, 2ft. 2in. high
142.    A 17th century oak Bible box, six-plank construction, frontage carved with symmetrical foliating lunettes, sheet-iron lockplate, elaborately shaped, original strap hinges, circa 1670, 2ft. 3in. wide; interior candle tray missing; locking hasp incomplete£100-150
143.    A Victorian satin-walnut dressing chest, mirror and two trinket drawers above two short and two long drawers, 2ft. 11in. - as viewed
144.    A set of six late Victorian walnut dining chairs, in Art Nouveau style, as viewed
145.    A 1920's solid, dark oak hall stand, fitted with single drawer and drip-tray, 2ft. 10in. together with a narrow oak open bookcase, 1ft. 3in. and a bamboo and wicker two-tier occasional table
146.    A Silver Cross perambulator, tubular chrome frame with solid rubber tyres
147.    A Ducal waxed pine bureau, panelled fall-front enclosing fittings, panelled cupboard base with shallow drawer, 2ft. 10in.
148.    A burr walnut display cabinet, enclosed by a pair of glazed doors, 3ft. - one glass pane damaged
149.    An Edwardian beech piano stool, with upholstered seat and carved box-base enclosing sheet music partitions
150.    A medium oak draw-leaf dining table, on bulbous-turned legs, 3ft. and a set of four beech dining chairs
151.    A set of six medium oak dining chairs, including carver, caned backs with barley-twist uprights, drop-in seats£80-120
152.    A Victorian mahogany clerk's desk, enclosed by two sloping tops, 5ft. 11in. - as viewed
153.    A mahogany standard lamp, with carved and fluted stem, no shade
154.    An Ercol light elm sideboard, three cupboards above pair of drawers, 4ft. 3in.£50-60
155.    A small Ercol light elm sideboard, pair of panelled cupboards above single drawer, 2ft. 10in.
156.    An Ercol light elm drop-leaf coffee table, 2ft.
157.    An Ercol light elm coffee table, oval-shape with slatted undertier, 3ft. 3in.
158.    An Ercol light elm pebble nest of three tables, largest 2ft. 1in.£50-60
159.    A modern oak combination filing chest/writing desk, two drawers, folding top, 3ft. 9in. extended together with an oak two-tiered occasional table and a pair of inlaid mahogany bedroom chairs, caning poor
160.    An early 20th century solid, dark oak dressing chest, mirror above two drawers, turned underframe, 3ft. 6in.
161.    A solid oak occasional table, square-shape on barley-twist legs, 1ft. 6in. and a cane-backed nursing chair
162.    A good, modern light oak draw-leaf dining table, with two extra leaves, on square tapering legs, top 4ft. 4in. opening to 6ft. 8in.£70-100
163.    A set of six imported hardwood dining chairs, slat-backs and solid seats
164.    A Victorian pine bedroom chest, two short and three long drawers, turned wood knob handles, 3ft. 4in. - sides cut
165.    A Victorian mahogany bedroom chest, two short and two long drawers, turned wood knob handles, bun feet, 3ft. 2in. - as viewed
166.    A Victorian pine bedroom chest, two short and three long drawers, turned wood knob handles, short turned feet, 3ft. 1in.
167.    A Victorian light beech bedroom chest, two short and two long drawers, shaped brass handles, on plinth, 3ft.
168.    A late Victorian pine dressing chest, raised back with two trinket drawers and mirror, two short and two long drawers beneath, 3ft. 6in.
169.    Late Victorian bamboo furnishings, open bookcase with stained glass door, 2ft. 8in., two-tiered side table, octagonal occasional table, hexagonal plant stand, shelf unit and a parasol
170.    A mahogany jardiniere stand, dished circular top on fluted stem and tripod base, top 6.5in. diameter
171.    A modern brown leather two-seater settee
172.    A medium oak bureau, quarter-veneered fall-front enclosing fittings, three long drawers beneath, 2ft. 6in., together with an oval mahogany-framed mirror
173.    A solid, dark oak barley-twist occasional table, a narrow oak open bookcase, oak folding cake stand and an oak-framed mirror with bevelled plate
174.    A lacquered nest of three tables, 1ft. 9in., together with a cane-backed nursing chair, pair of bedroom chairs, mahogany toilet mirror, wine table and Victorian copper warming pan
175.    A child's rocking armchair, each end in the form of a carved and painted bear
176.    A set of four Victorian mahogany dining chairs, with upholstered seats and backs, on front turned and fluted legs, upholstery as viewed
177.    A dark oak bureau, fall-front above two drawers, ball-turned underframe, 2ft.
178.    A Victorian octagonal bamboo table, 1ft. 10in. and two other similar tables, as viewed
179.    A medium oak bookcase, enclosed by a pair of glazed doors, on bulbous end supports, 2ft. 9in.
180.    A Victorian beech office elbow chair, with slat-back and front cabriole legs, together with a satin-walnut wall-hanging medicine cupboard, 1ft. 10in.
181.    A Victorian satin walnut bedroom chest, two short and two long drawers, 3ft. 6in. - as viewed and an oak bookcase enclosed by a pair of leaded doors, 2ft. 11in.
182.    A Victorian painted pine bedroom chest, two short and two long drawers, short turned feet, 2ft. 8in.
183.    A solid, medium oak bureau, enclosed fittings above three long drawers, 2ft. 6in.
184.    A burr walnut veneered chest, serpentine-fronted with three drawers, cabriole legs, 1ft. 8in. - top marked
185.    A set of four Victorian walnut dining chairs, with upholstered seats, on front fluted legs, upholstery as viewed £60-80
186.    A 1960's Danish rosewood secretaire cabinet, fall-front enclosing fittings, four short drawers to each side, four further drawers beneath, 4ft. 2in.
187.    A thirty-six bottle wine rack
188.    A bow-fronted mahogany side table, 2ft., a half-round mahogany hall table, 2ft. 4in. - loose joints and a small two-drawer side table
189.    A late Victorian mahogany occasional table, shaped, square top on cabriole legs with undertier, 1ft. 8in. and a pair of upholstered beech bedroom chairs
190.    A dark beech two-tiered side table, bow-fronted on spiral supports, 2ft. 6in.
191.    A set of four late Victorian Art Nouveau walnut dining chairs, with carved detail, upholstered seats and backs, upholstery as viewed
192.    A solid, dark oak gateleg dining table, on barley-twist underframe, 3ft. 6in.
193.    A Victorian stripped pine kitchen table, rectangular-shape with single drawer, 4ft. and two Victorian kitchen chairs
194.    A Victorian stripped pine writing table, rectangular-shape with two drawers, 3ft. 2in.
195.    A solid, dark oak bureau, fall-front enclosing fittings, two drawers beneath, Jacobean style, 2ft. 6in.
196.    A mahogany piano stool with hinged, upholstered seat and a Victorian-style mahogany hall table, half-round shape with carved detail, 2ft. 11in.
197.    A tall pine cupboard, six shelves enclosed by full-length panelled door, 2ft. 4in.
198.    A 19th century waxed pine tall bookcase, pair of glazed doors enclosing painted interior with three shelves, panelled cupboard base with two drawers and slide, 3ft. 7in. wide£100-150
199.    A Victorian waxed pine display case, narrow form with single glazed door, four enclosed shelves, glass back, 1ft. 10in.
200.    An oak two-tier jardiniere stand, walnut and brass wine rack with drawer and an upholstered stool
201.    A Victorian ebonised Sutherland table, 1ft. 10in. and a Victorian carved walnut corner cupboard, both in need of attention
202.    A Victorian walnut bedside cupboard enclosed by single panelled door, 1ft. 2in., together with an oak firescreen and a brass firescreen
203.    A George III provincial mahogany carver chair, with pierced vase splat and drop-in seat
204.    A late Victorian walnut occasional table, square top chip-carved with geometric design and a mahogany toilet mirror
205.    A teak drop-leaf dining table, 3ft. 2in.
206.    A bentwood hat, coat and stick stand
207.    An elm spinning chair, pair of rush-seated single chairs, rectangular coffee table, octagonal wine table, pair of two-tiered painted metal occasional tables and a brass floor lamp
208.    A solid, medium oak refectory-type dining table, on shaped end supports, top 5ft. 6in. x 2ft. 6in. £25-30
209.    An 18th century 30 hour cottage longcase clock by Johnson Whitern, Abingdon, square brass dial with engraved centre, countwheel-striking movement with original bell, black-painted pine case, with weight and two pendulum bobs, 6ft. 6in. high £200-300
210.    An Eastern wool Shiraz runner, 9ft. x 2ft. 6in., a circular Chinese wool rug and a Victorian brass fireside fender
211.    An Eastern wool rug, geometric designs predominantly in red and indigo, 7 x 4ft.
212.    An Eastern wool prayer rug, geometric designs in brown and yellow against a cream field, 6ft. 6in. x 3ft. 6in.
213.    An Eastern wool rug, beige field with central medallion, red, blue and cream geometric borders, 7ft. 6in. x 4ft. 6in.
214.    Assorted royal commemorative newspapers, German porcelain part tea service, silver plated ware, etc.
215.    Two replica guns, Blunderbuss, under-and-over flintlock shotgun
216.    Three modern air rifles, all .177 calibre Walther, Falcon & Avanti Valiant, with sights, accessories and bottle for compressed air, bottle for compressed gas and an air-pump£500-600
217.    A Walther LGR .177 air rifle, side-loading action, with sight and accessories, in case£200-300
218.    A cigar box, hinged, marbled cover moulded with a bronze stag head in bold relief, 7.5in.£50-70
219.    Early 20th century agricultural implements, a scythe and a rake, Wickbourne Farm provenance - some worm
220.    A Third Reich dagger, 8.5in. double-edged blade engraved Alles fur Deutschland, within sheath and one other dagger, 8in. double-edged blade, numbered 20616, within sheath£70-100
221.    A quantity of ornamental brassware, an embossed copper magazine rack and four carved wood antelope
222.    A George IV needlework sampler, design of a mansion, shrubs, animals and verse, dated 1823, 15 x 13in.£100-150
223.    Nine various Victorian bird's-eye maple picture frames and two pairs of larger similar frames
224.    A Victorian walnut and parquetry box, large brass candle stand, pair of Indian wood wall sconces, etc.
225.    A Frontalini piano-accordion, pearl finish with pierced chrome plate, in original case, together with a brass trumpet, Chinese, in original case
226.    A pair of bronzed spelter warriors, each in armour, on circular wood plinths, 13in.
227.    A 19th century classical bronze portrait bust, bearded gentleman wearing helmet, on socle plinth, 10in. SEE ILLUSTRATION£70-100
228.    Ten various Victorian daguerreotypes
229.    A Japanese table-top cabinet, asymmetrical arrangement of drawers and pigeonholes, lacquered parquetry detail throughout, 12.5in. wide£50-70
230.    A Japanese table-top cabinet of drawers, featuring pair of doors with lacquered chinoiserie panels, engraved copper mounts throughout, 14in.£60-80
231.    A 19th century cast bronze figure of Pan, nut-brown patination on rockwork base, 7in. SEE ILLUSTRATION
£120-150
232.    An Art Nouveau WMF pewter dish, nude female seated within pond, snake approaching, impressed marks, 9.5in. long
233.    A Victorian sycamore desk-stand, stationery rack enclosed by hinged cover, pair of glass inkwells, drawer beneath, 10in. wide£50-70
234.    A Negretti & Zambra wall-hanging aneroid barometer, brass Avery casket, William Pitt commemorative box, engraved brass lorgnette and four other items£50-70
235.    A set of three copper dishes, embossed with portraits of Tom Pinch, Winkle and Pecksniff, Victorian rosewood tea caddy and other household ornaments
236.    Two Teddy bears, three walking sticks, pair of still life watercolours by Kathleen Cooper, oil on board and a stoneware hot water bottle
237.    A 19th century brass mirror frame, elaborately cast with a female portrait bust and leaf scrolls, 23in. high
238.    An oak and copper-bound log barrel, set of four oak-framed prints, pair of onyx candlesticks, etc.
239.    Two 19th century needlework samplers, undated, 11 x 14in. and 7.5 x 4in.£50-60
240.    A Victorian rosewood writing box, enclosed slope with fittings, 16in. - some damage£60-80
240A.   A novelty wood pipe rack, in the form of a gate, Chinese rosewood box inlaid with mother of pearl throughout, other various boxes, etc.
240B.   A late Georgian cast iron footman, Victorian fire grate, other metalware and a Victorian papier mache and mother of pearl panel
241.    A Russian papier mache box, painted with a Cossack male and lying female, indistinctly signed, 5.25in.£60-80
242.    An Irish bog oak napkin ring, carved with shamrocks, collection of African ebony carvings, leather cased travelling manicure set, various sets of cigarette cards, etc.
243.    A barbola-framed mirror, oval-shape moulded with coloured fruit, bevelled plate, 26in.
244.    A large Bailey carpenter's plane, size 7, 21in., three vintage beech planes and a set square
245.    A wicker picnic case, with enclosed fittings and contents
246.    Two embossed copper panels, rectangular-shape, appearance of an angel, 10 x 6in. and a bird, 4 x 5in., each in mahogany frame
247.    A malacca walking stick with silver mount and bone handle and a walking stick with two inset miniature bone skulls
248.    A Watson laboratory binocular microscope, with electric illumination
249.    A Russian binocular microscope
250.    A collection of various thermometers
251.    A military hand-held compass, within original services box, together with a pair of leather-cased binoculars, spirit level and Salter weighing scale
252.    A Victorian walnut writing box, with inset slope and fittings, 12in., together with an apothecary's weighing scale with glass pans, in original box and a small oak box
253.    A pair of papier mache wall shelves, gilded with chinoiseries, 14in. high, Chinese carved ivory figure of a Guanyin, simulated ivory Buddha group and a small carved jade figure
254.    A Victorian cast iron charger, cast with numerous emblems representing traditional education in Renaissance-style, 15.75in.£100-150
255.    A Riley mahogany snooker scoreboard, together with a Len Hutton cricket bat and a Victorian parasol, as viewed
256.    A pair of Indian brass jars, pedestal form, engraved throughout, with covers, 12in.
257.    A grained sheet-iron strong box, with key, three Black Forest musical boxes, each in the form of a chalet, a glazed Chinese carving, display cabinet, etc.
258.    A quantity of household and engineering tools, contained within tin case
259.    A French silver plated part suite of cutlery, plated egg cruet complete with four spoons, plated teapot, bulbous coffee pot, etc.£50-60
260.    A pair of inside-decorated snuff bottles, pair of candlesticks and six other items
261.    An Edwardian mahogany and marquetry bijouterie, kidney-shape inlaid with ribbons and swags, lined interior, 22in. wide£60-80
262.    A painted wire bird cage, domed-shape on octagonal base, 26in. high
263.    An apothecary's weighing scale, L. Oertling, London, lacquered brass frame, complete with weights, in glazed mahogany cabinet, 16in. high
264.    A pair of early 20th century brass car lamps, oil-filled with bevelled glass lenses, 16in. high£150-200
265.    A pair of silver-mounted horns, 13in. and one other silver-mounted horn, 22in.£60-80
266.    Blanc Foussy Champagne, one bottle, 75cl.
267.    A pair of decorative wall sconces, gilded with leafage against a black ground, 26in. high
268.    A novelty wood box, with simulated book bindings to frontage, 16in. wide
269.    A pitch-pine desk stand, with brass mounts, top hinged in two sections, glass inkwells enclosed, drawer beneath, 12in.
270.    An Huntley & Palmers biscuit tin, outdoor party printed in colours, disapproved design
271.    Miscellaneous small collectables, Victorian berry spoon, brass top hat, folding fruit knives, cribbage board, etc.
272.    A Victorian burr wood snuff box, papier mache snuff box, circular gemstone box and a novelty ashtray in the form of a barrel
273.    A Victorian mahogany artist's box, with enclosed fittings, shallow drawer beneath containing artist's palette, 12in.£50-70
274.    A late 19th century gilt-metal and bevelled glass ring casket and three other ring caskets£80-100
275.    An early Victorian brass-mounted writing box, enclosed slope with inset leather and fittings, circa 1840, flush-fitting brass handles, 16in.£80-100
276.    South American treen, to include a finely-carved gourd, 4.5in. and a cavalier figure with engraved white metal helmet and broad sword, 11in.
277.    A Victorian needlework sampler, birds, plants and script, signed Mary Findlater, Aged 12, April 26th, 1852, Countess of Derby's School, 18 x 17in.£80-120
278.    A Victorian needlework alphabet sampler, black monochrome, by Sarah Ingle Moorhead, 1854, 12in. square
279.    A Chinese desk-top cabinet of drawers, with engraved brass and jade mounts, 7in. together with a walnut-cased metronome and a brass kettle, on stand
280.    A good quality brass bucket, with swing handle and a mahogany X-framed gout stool upholstered in leather
281.    A George III-period mahogany miniature chest-on-chest, constructed in one piece, two short and six long drawers, each oak-lined with original brass escutcheons, on bracket feet, circa 1780, 21.5in. high; 13in. wide - four replacement handles SEE ILLUSTRATION£250-350
282.    A stuffed grey squirrel, contained within glazed wood cabinet and a stuffed red squirrel perched upon branch, wall-hanging
283.    A stuffed barn owl, 11in., on ebonised plinth and under glass dome
284.    A novelty table gong, in the form of two cartridge shells, gong engraved Hankow, 1911, complete with beater, 17in. an Art Nouveau brass wall light and a pair of electric light fittings in the form of long leaves
285.    An olive wood box, with brass mounts, olive wood stamp box, two Victorian papier mache snuff boxes and an Asian carved hardwood portrait bust, young female with elaborate head-dress, 13in.
286.    A collection of various coins, including modern commemorative
287.    An early 20th century lacrosse stick
288.    An assortment of wood and metal household ornaments
289.    A French 19th century fan, with gilded bone sticks, fan painted in neo-classical style, framed, fan with tears
290.    A Wallis Autogyros helicopter, featuring petrol motor, wood propellers, gyrating blades and 5ft. wingspan£50-60
291.    Two cast iron Artillery Banks, finished in green, black and red, 6in. high
292.    Ensign Limited Mickey Mouse magic lantern slides, complete boxed set, 1930's, two other boxed magic lantern slide sets and a Mickey Mouse toy lantern
293.    A French bisque boy doll, original tartan clothing with cap, bisque lower limbs, 11in.
294.    An early 20th century magic lantern, brass and sheet tin with mahogany slide, lens 4in. diameter
295.    A scratch-built cabin cruiser, finished in red with white deck, petrol-driven motor with electrics, single-screw propeller with opeating rudder, on portable stand, 43in. long£50-60
296.    Hornby Trains, including locomotive, black livery, no. 60199, with tender and accessories, also to include two sets of magic lantern slides
297.    An Herman Steiner bisque doll, with fixed glass eyes and open mouth, jointed composition body, 9in. £50-70
298.    An early 20th century scratch-built tinplate fire tender, fitted with ladder and hose, 11in. long
299.    Automobilia, including 1960's British car accessories, a timepiece, RAC badges, handbooks and Standard periodicals, also to include an hand-held paraffin radiator lamp
300.    Third Reich material, a medal, two cap badges, three Iron Crosses and four shoulder badges£60-80
301.    The Wyon stamp album, two volumes containing collection of used GB stamps, 1924-1994
302.    Two stamp albums, containing stamps and a volume of Punch, 1913
303.    Two George III hand-written contracts, quill pen and ink, 1786 and 1787, framed, together with an oil on canvas, rural view and a Paris fashion print
304.    Two Royal Opera House posters, printed in colours on silk, Gala Performance, June 1958, one framed
305.    A family photograph album, Worthing interest, including Broadwater and Tarring landmarks from 1900 and a domestic scrap album, some local interest£80-100
306.    A commemorative coin, Admiral Lord Nelson, Returnd (sic) To England, Nov. 5th, 1800, framed, together with a commemorative print, Victory of the Nile, published 1799, 16 x 11in., in verre eglomise frame
307.    A colour print, signed by Lord Mountbatten of Burma, view of HMS Cavalier after Robert Taylor, signed by the artist and Lord Mountbatten in pencil on mount, limited edition, 20 x 30in.
308.    An early 19th century embossed leather scrap album, containing numerous contemporary engravings
309.    A quantity of household books
310.    A quantity of household books
311.    Two 18th century French books, Natural History of Birds, volumes 2 and 4, pub. Paris 1770-1772, with numerous line engravings, leather bindings, bindings worn
312.    Worthing Herald, five bound volumes, 1931-1933; 1948-1949
313.    Dessins Sur Les Danses De Vaslav Nijinsky, 1913, one volume, limited edition of 50, signed by illustrator George Barbier and summariser Francis De Niomandre, signed also by Bernard ...., No. 46£50-100
314.    Paul Lacroix - The 18th Century, pub. London 1876, full gilt morocco, another, by Paul Lacroix, cloth and gilt, Naval History of Britain, volumes 1-5, pub. London 1823, Allen - Battle of the British Navy, vols. 1-2 and E. W. Brayley - Londiniana, four volumes£50-60
315.    A collection of household books, including naval and maritime
316.    A Victorian walnut mantel clock, silvered dial engraved with foliage, German movement striking on five rod gongs, with pendulum; no key, 16in.
317.    A Victorian brass skeleton clock, with silvered chapter ring, timepiece movement with in-line four-wheel train with anchor escapement and single fusee, on oval ebonised plinth, with key and pendulum, 11.5in.£150-250
318.    A late 19th century oak bracket clock, arched brass dial with silvered chapter ring, German movement chiming on five pipes, in architectural oak case, with key, no pendulum, 18in. high£200-300
319.    A Victorian table-top clock-barometer, side-by-side dials with central thermometer, within architectural, carved oak case, 18in. wide£80-120
320.    An Edwardian Art Nouvau mantel clock, shaped balloon-form with convex enamel dial, in inlaid mahogany case, 10.5in., a small mahogany dome-shape mantel timepiece, 4.5in. and a long-duration mantel timepiece, under glass dome £80-100
321.    An Edwardian inlaid mahogany mantel clock, with Swiss timepiece movement, 9in. and an oak wheel barometer, 23in.
322.    A 19th century French porcelain mantel clock, enamelled dial and bell-striking movement, rococo-form case, modelled with bright flowers and gilded C-scrolls against a blue ground, 12in. SEE FRONT COVER£250-300
323.    An early 20th century mantel clock, silvered dial and gong-striking movement, in inlaid domed mahogany case, with key and pendulum, 10.5in. together with a walnut-cased metronome
324.    A 1920's solid, dark oak wheel barometer, with thermometer dial, barley-twist uprights, 27in.
325.    A collection of 19th century longcase clock winding cranks, assorted mantel and bracket clock keys and a large quantity of door keys£80-120
326.    Two Victorian ebonised timepieces, each in decorative case, six other various clocks - timepieces and two Smiths Sectric electric wall clocks, each in bakelite case
327.    19th century spare parts of interest to a clock restorer, 19th century leather carriage clock travelling case, post-framed movement with convex wood dial, collection of brass spandrels, large collection of pocket watch glasses, numerous sizes, etc.£80-120
328.    A Jaeger-Le Coultre travelling timepiece, in folding green leather case, 4in.
329.    Antique clock reference books, including English Domestic Clocks, Cescinsky and Webster, 25 total
330.    A clockmaker's lathe, related tools, variety of clock dials, etc.
331.    A GPO dial clock, with enamelled dial and single fusee movement, dial 7in., with pendulum£60-80
332.    A mantel clock, French timepiece movement, chinoiserie case against a mid-blue ground, 8.5in. wide£50-60
333.    An oak barometer, with thermometer dial, within barley-twist oak frame, 27in.
334.    A German mantel timepiece, with printed paper dial and tinplate case, with key, 7in.
335.    A 19th century ormolu mantel clock in Louis XVI-style, case with bronze seated scholar surmount, base cast with leaf scrolls, French movement count-wheel striking on a bell, 18in. high - dial cracked£200-250
336.    A lacquered brass mantel clock, with French timepiece movement, architectural case, with key and pendulum, 13in.£50-60
337.    A late 19th century French brass carriage clock by Henri Jacot, Paris, featuring enamelled dial and hour and half-hour gong-striking movement, corniche case, impressed maker's stamp, with original key, no. 9267, 7in. - going train inoperative SEE ILLUSTRATION£250-350
338.    An early 20th century mahogany grandmother clock, with silvered dial and German gong-striking movement with key and pendulum, 4ft. 5in. high£50-80
339.    A small dark oak grandmother clock, with French gong-striking movement, 3ft. 10in. high
340.    A Poole pottery posy vase, baluster-shape with vibrant glaze-effects, 5in. and other studio ceramics
341.    A collection of Staffordshire Toby and character jugs, largely Tony Wood, 19 total
342.    19th century continental majolica, various serving dishes, jugs and planters, etc., some damage
343.    A quantity of household china and glassware
344.    A set of six Victorian moulded leaf plates, Minton's Secessionist basin, modern Royal Worcester vase, Art Nouveau glass vase, etc.£50-60
345.    A pair of late Victorian earthenware vases, bulbous-shape with double-scroll handles, printed with romantic scenes against a blue glazed ground, 15in.
346.    A Victorian Staffordshire comforter spaniel, 12in., a Clarice Cliff lotus jardiniere, 8in. - faults, two large earthenware meat plates, three moulded picture frames, etc.
347.    A Victorian earthenware frog mug, pinched glass decanter with stopper, 13in. and other household china and glassware £120-150
348.    A Beswick pony, Katzhutte boy on jumping horse, pair of Chinese porcelain vases and other china and glassware
349.    A carved alabaster bowl, pedestal form on square base, 8.5in.
350.    A Royal Worcester part dinner service, Kashmir pattern, an Aynsley bone china part dinner service and other china dinner and teaware
351.    A 19th century French porcelain lamp stem, baluster-shape painted with flower sprays against a blue ground, on ormolu plinth
352.    Royal Copenhagen porcelain, twenty-seven Christmas plates, six others, similar
353.    A Chinese enamelled porcelain jardiniere, pair of Chinese blue-glazed buddhistic lions, other china and glassware
354.    A Royal Dux elephant, 12in. long - tusks replaced
355.    A Doulton and Slaters Patent teapot, with cover, Dutch Delft ornamental salt and pepper pot in the form of a piglet, German figural candelabrum and other items
356.    A 19th century German porcelain lamp stem, figural stem emblematic of The Seasons, encrusted with foliage, circular base, 13in. - some damage£60-80
357.    A Paragon part dinner service, fifty-four pieces including ten soup dishes, Country Lane pattern and other china and glassware
358.    A 19th century continental cut glass goblet, 7in., Victorian green glass chemist's bottle, overlaid glass vinegar bottle with stopper and other glassware
359.    A Victorian Doulton Lambeth stoneware vase, bulbous-shape incised and painted with foliage against a mottled pale brown glaze, impressed and incised marks, dated 1884, 8in.
360.    A Beswick Connoisseur series Lifeguard, mounted upon black horse, oval wood plinth, 14.5in. high and a Royal Doulton horse£120-150
361.    Ten crested china models, including British Empire Exhibition, 1925
362.    A modern Moorcroft vase, coloured butterflies against a cream ground, circa 1993, 7in.£100-150
363.    A modern Moorcroft vase, baluster-shape painted with a budgerigar against a turquoise ground, 6.5in.£70-80
364.    Beswick Beatrix Potter characters, Old Mr. Pricklepin, Benjamin Bunny, Little Pig Robinson, Old Mr. Bouncer, Tom Kitten and Butterfly, Samuel Whiskers, Timmy Willie, Mrs. Tiggy Winkle and Peter Rabbit, latter ear-repaired£80-120
365.    A Doulton, Lambeth slip-cast vase, two-handled bulbous-shape, leaf-scroll shoulder design in green and brown, impressed mark, 10.5in.
366.    A French porcelain honey pot and cover, painted with beehives and foliating trees, Atelier G. Neilt, 5in. together with a novelty cheese dish, cover in the form of a bull
367.    Two Shelley earthenware fruit bowls, Art Nouveau designs against a black ground, 10in. and 8.5in.
368.    An 18th century delftware charger, painted with a bird and foliage in blue, 13.5in.£60-80
369.    An 18th century English delftware charger, painted with a fenced garden in blue, 13.5in. - repaired crack£60-80
370.    A pair of Victorian majolica bread plates, oval-shape moulded with legend Eat The Bread With Thankfulness, 13in.£50-60
371.    A Victorian Minton majolica vase, pedestal shape with four interlinked handles, moulded and painted with plants, 9in. - two handles damage; stem re-attached
372.    Four 19th century continental majolica serving dishes, largest 14in. - some damage£50-60
373.    A set of three Scottish majolica plates, W & J Bailey, Alloa, 9in. and seven other majolica plates
374.    Victorian Staffordshire, bone china cottage pastille burner, earthenware novelty figure, Gin-Water, 8.5in., three flatback figures and a Toby vinegar condiment, latter damaged £50-70
375.    A Beswick 868 huntsman on rearing horse, second version, brown gloss£100-150
376.    A German porcelain figure group, female playing cello, male playing lute, 5in., a pair of Naples nymphs, 3in. and one other small porcelain figure, faults
377.    A Paragon bone china royal commemorative plate, Coronation 1937, printed and enamelled with royal arms, 10.5in.£50-60
378.    A pair of pressed glass table lustres, complete with lustre drops, 7.5in. and a pair of pressed glass candlesticks, hexagonal-shape, 9in.
379.    A pair of Northwood Carnival glass vases, undulating circular shape, press-moulded with fruiting vines, 6in. diameter
380.    A German porcelain figureal centrepiece, 8in., a SylvaC jug with squirrel handle, shape 1115, glassware, silver plated ware including cutlery
381.    A group of three miniature Royal Copenhagen animal models, similar frog ashtray, two other Royal Copenhagen dishes and two other items£50-60
382.    Royal Doulton figures, Sweet and Twenty, HN1549, Estelle, HN1566 and Cissie, HN1809
£50-70
383.    A pair of Royal Doulton figures, Masquerade, gentleman and female versions, HN599 and 600, both damaged
384.    Royal Worcester figures, Grandmother's Dress, 3081, Thursday's Child, 3260 and November, 3418£80-120
385.    Two Lladro figures, boy stretching, female angel, a Royal Doulton figure, Peace, HN2470 and one other bone china figure, some damage
386.    A 19th century Naples porcelain biscuit barrel and cover, relief-moulded with a Bacchanalian scene, cover with nude youth surmount, 9in.£50-70
387.    A Dresden porcelain flower seller, female standing beside basket of flowers, together with a group of eight cranberry/ruby wine glasses£50-70
388.    A mid-19th century Doulton Lambeth harvest jug, salt-glazed two-tone stoneware, 8in. and a Burlington earthenware Toby jug, 9in.
389.    A large Sunderland lustre jug, printed and enamelled with The Sunderland Bridge, Mariner's Compass and Sailor's Farewell against a mottled pink lustre ground, 8.75in. - faults
390.    An 18th century Newhall-type porcelain teapot, with cover, some damage, matching milk jug, Caughley Fisherman pattern strainer and a Victorian Willow pattern leaf dish
391.    A Moorcroft ceramic tile, Lamia, designed by Rachel Bishop, copyright 1995, 6 x 4in., framed
392.    A modern Lalique cat, frosted glass, seated pose, engraved mark, 3in. high, boxed £60-80
393.    A Lalique vase, early post-war, tapering six-tiered form with moulded birds to each side, stencil mark Lalique, France, 6.5in. high£300-400
394.    A Victorian Wedgwood black basalt teapot, enamelled with flower sprays and a modern Chinese porcelain baluster vase, 12in.
395.    A Carlton Ware vase, exotic bird in flight against a gilded peach ground, pattern 7974, 5.5in.
396.    A Katzhutte earthenware figure, seated lady with fan, printed and impressed marks, 11in. wide £50-70
397.    A 19th century Canton porcelain vase, baluster-shape painted with figures and foliage in bright enamels, 10in., together with an Imari porcelain bottle vase and similar bowl £50-60
398.    A pair of miniature cloisonne vases, hexagonal baluster shape enamelled with coloured plants against a deep blue ground, 5in.£50-60
399.    A Chinese green-glazed earthenware vase, ovoid-shape with five lug handles, 16in.
400.    A large Satsuma charger, painted with wild birds and foliage, underside with green leafage, signed, 15in.£80-100
401.    A pair of Satsuma vases, baluster-shape painted with wild birds and foliage, signed, 6in.
402.    A pair of Japanese porcelain bowls, circular-shape brightly enamelled with flowering shrubs, 4in. diameter
403.    A pair of Satsuma vases, baluster-shape with dolphin handles, 15in.- faults and two other Satsuma vases, 12in. and 9in.
404.    A Satsuma vase, baluster-shape painted with birds and flowers, 8.5in. and three other Satsuma vases
405.    A Satsuma jar and cover, painted with birds, 5.5in. and two pairs of miniature Satsuma vases
406.    A Canton ivory puzzle ball, on stand, at least five layers, stand carved in the form of a female figure, 5in. total height
407.    A Chinese table bell, cast bronze bell pendant from carved hardwood stand with silver inlay, complete with beater, 17.5in. high and a group of three jade figural carvings
408.    An Imari wall plate, painted with female figures in traditional colours, 12in.
409.    A figure of a Samurai warrior, character clad with helmet and overcoat, on plinth, 16in. together with a bronzed metal seated buddha, 7.5in.
410.    A large modern Chinese porcelain floor vase, baluster-shape painted with wild birds in underglaze blue, 25in.
411.    A Rolex open-faced pocket watch, dial with subsidiary seconds, gold plated Dennison case £300-350
412.    A Dent silver open-face pocket watch, enamelled dial with subsidiary seconds, lever movement with compensated balance, dial signed and numbered 40377, London 1879£150-200
413.    A Jaeger-Le Coultre military pocket watch, open-face with subsidiary seconds, backplate numbered, steel case and an Omega open-face pocket watch, dial with subsidiary seconds, nickel case£100-150
414.    A collection of pocket watches, including gold plated Waltham, seven silver-cased and a marcasite cocktail watch, 15 total, as viewed£80-120
415.    A quantity of costume jewellery
416.    A collection of coins and bank notes, GB and foreign
417.    A large collection of coins, GB and foreign and a Spink coins catalogue 2010
418.    An Art Deco beadwork evening purse, with ivorine mount, one other beadwork evening purse, a gold plated evening purse and a black linen evening purse with ivorine mount£50-60
419.    An assortment of costume jewellery, small octagonal silver photograph frame, carved ivory puzzle balls, etc.
420.    Various cameo portrait carvings, small quantity of carved jet, bead necklaces, etc.
421.    A collection of miscellaneous brooches, carved coquilla bead necklace, other necklaces and chains£50-60
422.    A Victorian gold half-sovereign pendant, 1892, on 9ct. gold chain, 8.6 grams total£100-130
423.    A 9ct. gold solid-link bracelet, with 9ct. gold padlock pendant, 26.7 grams£250-300
424.    A 9ct. gold gate-link bracelet, with 9ct. gold padlock pendant, 7.1 grams£70-90
425.    A pair of 9ct. gold cameo ear-rings, each an oval portrait bust of a female£50-70
426.    A pair of 9ct. gold twist ear-rings, 1.8 grams and an engraved rolled gold bangle
427.    An 18ct. white gold, diamond and emerald half-eternity ring, size O/P, 3.8 grams gross total£150-200
428.    An 18ct. gold and diamond cluster ring, hexagonal-shape, size K/L, 5.7 grams gross total£100-150
429.    An 18ct. white gold, diamond and sapphire ring, central sapphire and two small diamonds within claw settings, size O£100-150
430.    An 18ct. gold and diamond solitaire ring, size N, 3 grams gross total£100-150
431.    An 18ct. gold and three-stone diamond gypsy ring and an 18ct. gold and diamond solitaire ring, platinum setting£150-200
432.    An 18ct. gold, diamond and sapphire cluster ring, rosette-shape, claw settings and an 18ct. gold and diamond ring, platinum setting£150-200
433.    Two 18ct. gold and diamond half-hoop rings, claw settings, one ring diamond chip missing£150-200
434.    Three rings, carved cameo, sapphire and diamond chip, diamond chip Greek key£100-150
435.    A 9ct. gold charm bracelet, five charms and padlock pendant, 22.5 grams, a lady's gold plated wristwatch and a silver pendant compass £200-250
436.    An early George III gold quarter guinea, 1762£60-80
437.    A group of WWII medals, complete with miniatures and ribbons
438.    A silver plated mesh evening purse, complete with attached sovereign purse, one other silver plated mesh sovereign purse, Art Deco evening bag and purse-en-suite and three bone shoe-horns£80-100
439.    A collection of coins, silver and copper, GB and foreign, also to include a collection of various match boxes£50-60
440.    A George III pocket watch, with engraved silvered dial, back-plate signed T. Cox Savory, Cornhill, no. 6238, engraved cock, now mounted in brass mantel case
441.    A 9ct. gold gate-link bracelet, with heart-shape padlock pendant, 16.2 grams£150-180
442.    A 9ct. gold rope-twist necklace, 20.5 grams£180-200
443.    A 9ct. gold curb-link bracelet, with heart-shape padlock clasp, 16.6 grams£150-180
444.    A Belgravia Watch Co. gentleman's wristwatch, Chronotempo series, limited edition, multi-function movement, good and boxed£200-250
445.    A lady's 9ct. gold wristwatch, pendant, two brooches, 18th century pewter measure and four items of china
446.    An Edward VII gold sovereign, 1909£180-200
447.    A George V gold sovereign, 1911£180-200
448.    An Edward VII gold sovereign, 1904£180-200
449.    An Edward VII gold sovereign, 1903£180-200
450.    A George V gold sovereign, 1915£180-200
451.    Two gold half-sovereigns, 1903 and 1914£180-200
452.    A Swiss 20 franc gold coin, 1898£150-160
453.    Five George III gold quarter-guineas, 1772, 1786 (2), 1788 and 1796, 8.3 grams total£200-250
454.    Jeweller's sheet yellow metal, rectangular, 9ct. gold test positive, 51 grams£400-500
455.    Jeweller's sheet yellow metal, rectangular, 9ct. gold test positive, 76.5 grams£600-700
456.    Jeweller's sheet yellow metal, rectangular, 9ct. gold test positives, 57.4 grams£450-500
457.    A boulder of scrapped yellow metal, believed to be high carat, 20.5 grams£250-350
458.    Jeweller's sheet yellow metal, believed to be high carat, 48.6 grams£500-600
459.    Jeweller's sheet yellow metal, curved section, believed to be high carat, 34.8 grams£350-450
460.    Jeweller's sheet yellow metal, three sections, believed to be high carat, 17.5 grams£200-250
461.    Jeweller's 18ct. gold strip, 4.1 grams and two unmarked strips, 8.1 grams£150-200
462.    Jeweller's sheet yellow metal, three sections, believed to be high carat, 22 grams£250-300
463.    Jeweller's yellow metal, claw settings, eternity shanks, chain, etc. believed to be high carat, 41.8 grams£450-550
464.    Soldering gold, variety of sheets, 9ct., 18ct., 22ct. and platinum£250-300
465.    Jeweller's yellow metal wire, a variety, 70 grams£600-700
466.    Four yellow metal chains, 35.2 grams£250-300
467.    Three 22ct. gold band wedding rings, 6.8 grams, one band damaged£120-140
468.    Three 18ct. gold rings, 6.6 grams total£120-140
469.    Scrap yellow metal fragments, 27.4 grams total£150-200
470.    Jeweller's white metal wire, a quantity, approx. 10oz.£100-130
471.    Jeweller's white metal, a quantity, approx. 5oz. total£50-60
472.    Jeweller's unmounted stones, a quantity, various £60-100
473.    A spinach jade carving, jade bar brooch with engraved yellow metal mounts, damaged jade carving, three ever-pointed pencils and a rough-cut stone£100-150
474.    Six miniature medals, silver stamp case, Scottish silver star-brooch and a quantity of jeweller's accessories£70-100
475.    An 18ct. gold Swiss chronograph wristwatch£80-100
476.    Five lady's 9ct. gold wristwatches, 14ct. gold lady's wristwatch, gentleman's 9ct. gold wristwatch and one other watch, as viewed£100-150
477.    A quantity of wristwatches, various, as viewed also to include silver and copper coins £50-60
478.    A quantity of wristwatches, watchmaker's precision tools, etc.£50-70
479.    A small quantity of diamond and ruby chips
480.    Six various gentleman's wristwatches, including 1950's Helvetia
481.    Twenty-six Ten Shillings bank notes, unused
482.    An oval cameo brooch, other brooches, two carved ivory bead necklaces, lady's silver wristwatch, etc.£50-70
483.    An 18ct. gold and diamond solitaire ring, claw setting, ring size N/O and a 9ct. gold ring, interlaced design, ring size K£120-150
484.    A 9ct. gold horseshoe bar brooch, with single inset amethyst, together with two yellow metal pendants and a yellow metal remembrance brooch£80-100
485.    A large collection of Victorian and later hat pins£180-220
486.    Costume jewellery, pendants on chains, brooches, bead and other necklaces, etc.
487.    An early 20th century gilt-metal thimble, in original leather case, an engraved silver thimble, within original leather case and one other thimble£140-160
488.    A quantity of costume jewellery
489.    A 9ct. gold mesh purse, 18.6 grams£250-300
490.    A gold charm bracelet, sixteen charms, approx. 63 grams£500-600
491.    A Links of London bracelet, numerous fine-link silver strands and silver-gilt buckle
492.    A Royal Naval Reserve Long Service Medal, four silver medals, snuff box and other items
493.    A quantity of costume jewellery and a variety of gentleman's wristwatches
494.    A small quantity of commemorative coins and crowns, miniature leather boot, ship's medallion, HMS Serapis, etc.
495.    A part suite of silver plated cutlery, King's pattern, seventy-six pieces, contained within fitted oak canteen £50-70
496.    An Indian silver plated teaset, consisting of teapot, milk jug, sugar bowl and circular tray, contained within original fitted case£50-60
497.    A large silver easel mirror, embossed with playful swans, dog, C-scrolls and foliage, London 1891, on velvet mount, bevelled plate, 23in. high
£300-500
498.    An Edward VII silver teaset, teapot with ebony handle, two-handled sugar bowl and milk jug, cast borders, on ball toes, James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1906, approx. 38oz. gross total £350-450
499.    A silver plated tea and coffee set, four pieces, two pairs of silver plated candlesticks and two other items
500.    A set of six silver plated goblets, each stem cast with medieval warriors, 4in.
501.    A silver christening mug, personalised, Birmingham 1928, 6oz., 3in., an engine-turned silver napkin ring, similarly personalised, engraved silver cigarette case, silver condiment trio and a Georgian silver teaspoon, approx. 13.5oz. weighable total inc.christening mug£120-150
502.    A late Victorian silver loving cup, with twin-double scroll handles, embossed with flowers and leaf scrolls throughout, Birmingham 1899, 4.5oz.£50-60
503.    A silver plated dish, deep bowl with cast rim, on three claw feet, silver plated glass biscuit barrel, cased pair of fish servers, other cutlery etc.
504.    A 19th century EPBM teaset, three pieces with embossed detail, Victorian claret jug with silver plated mount, a.f., assorted china, tableware, etc.
505.    A silver entree dish, rectangular-shape with cover and detachable handle, Sheffield 1933, approx. 56oz. gross total, presentation inscription SEE ILLUSTRATION£500-600
506.    A Walker & Hall silver plated rat-tail suite of cutlery, thirty-seven pieces, Walker & Hall bone-handled table-knives and other silver plated cutlery
507.    A Jubilee silver pin dish, London 1977, cast octagonal silver napkin ring, engraved silver bangle, approx. 3.5oz. total and two small silver photograph frames
508.    A James II-style silver christening set, consisting of spoon and fork, trefid pattern and a plated knife, together with a set of six silver coffee spoons, 1937, both sets cased
509.    A set of six plated cake knives and forks, with silver ferrules and mother of pearl handles and a set of twelve plated and engraved fish knives and forks, both sets cased
510.    A silver plated entree dish, rectangular-shape with cover and detachable handle
511.    A good Elkington's plated and engraved teaset, teapot, two-handled sugar bowl and milk jug, squat pedestal form, presentation inscription, 1875, a plated goblet, silver-handled shoe-horn, button hook and two other items
512.    A part set of silver Walker & Hall flatware, six table forks, six dessert forks and six dessert spoons, Sheffield 1902-1904, approx. 32oz. total £380-420
513.    A Peugeot Patent pepper mill, oak with silver mounts, Birmingham 1931, a silver five-bar toast rack, pair of silver sugar tongs and a silver jam spoon£50-70
514.    A pair of late Victorian silver candlesticks, neo-classical shape with detachable sconces, square bases, hallmarks rubbed, 6.5in.£80-100
515.    A silver sweetmeat dish, pedestal form pierced with scrolls, London 1904, 7.25in.
516.    A silver sweetmeat basket, pierced boat-shape with swing handle, Birmingham 1910, 6.5in. long, a Chinese white metal pepper pot and a quantity of plated cutlery
517.    A quantity of silver plated ware, including a Georgian-style four-piece teaset£50-60
518.    A silver needle case, Birmingham 1898 and a cut glass powder jar with embossed silver cover
519.    Persian white metal, cigarette case engraved with figures and foliage, pair of embossed vases, 4in. and a circular engraved box and cover£50-70
520.    A set of six George IV Dublin silver dessert forks, fiddle-pattern, 1828, approx. 9oz.£140-160
521.    A Mappin & Webb silver condiment trio, quatrefoil-shape on claw feet with shell knees, Birmingham 1919, approx. 4.75oz.£80-100
522.    An engine-turned silver box, translucent-enamelled cover in green and black, mirror to cover interior, Birmingham 1931, 3.25in.£80-100
523.    A set of six William IV Dublin silver dessert spoons, fiddle-pattern, 1833 and a Dublin silver sauce ladle, fiddle-pattern, 1850, all crested, approx. 7oz. total £120-140
524.    A novelty silver pin cushion, in the form of an elephant, Chester 1922
525.    A bone handled carving set, consisting of two pairs of knives and forks, silver ferrules, perhaps Sheffield 1886 without duty mark, in original leather case
526.    A set of six Edward VII silver fiddle-pattern dessert forks, London 1908, crested, approx. 10oz. £100-130
527.    A matched set of six George III silver fiddle-pattern tablespoons, various dates and London makers, crested, approx. 13.5oz. £130-150
528.    A matched set of six William IV silver fiddle-pattern tablespoons, various dates and London makers, 1833-36, crested, approx. 13.5oz.£130-150
529.    A set of six William IV silver fiddle-pattern table forks, London 1831, crested, approx. 15.5oz. £150-180
530.    An Indian silver teaset, teapot, milk jug and sugar bowl, embossed with animals and foliage, approx. 16oz. total £150-200
531.    A part suite of Queen's pattern cutlery, other plated cutlery, four boxed sets of cutlery, etc.
532.    A set of six plated and engraved fish knives and forks, within fitted walnut case, other silver plated cutlery, muffin dish, sugar scuttle, etc.
533.    Small silverware, Samuel Pemberton snuff box, engraved card case, Dutch pierced server spoon, 12 items total£100-130
534.    An engine-turned silver dressing table tray, rectangular-shape, Birmingham 1938, approx. 17oz., 12in.£200-250
535.    A commemorative silver and silver-gilt goblet, silver-gilt stem cast with religious figures including Archbishop Lanfranc, London 1989, approx. 12oz., 6.5in. £120-150
536.    A silver tea strainer, silver-mounted glass bottle, two silver posy vases and an engine-turned silver hand mirror, some damage
537.    A collection of Georgian and Victorian silver flatware, sixteen items total, approx. 26oz. total£250-300
538.    A set of five Victorian silver tableforks, fiddle-pattern, London 1855, approx. 11.5oz.£100-150
539.    A set of four William IV silver tableforks, fiddle-pattern, London 1833 and five other Victorian silver fiddle-pattern dessert forks, approx. 18oz. total£180-220
540.    A 19th century continental silver soup ladle, 19th century silver tablespoon, two silver napkin rings, silver plated wine ewer and three other plated items
541.    A George III silver caddy spoon, with shell-shape bowl and nineteen small items of silver and white metal flatware, approx. 8oz. total £80-100
542.    
543.    A modern silver christening trio, knife, fork and spoon, within original case
544.    A cased set of six enamelled silver coffee spoons, Birmingham 1923, set of four Victorian silver apostle coffee spoons, two near matching sifter spoons, apostle sugar tongs and a continental silver ashtray£70-80
545.    A Jubilee silver dressing table set, clothes brush, hair brush, hand mirror and comb, engine-turned throughout, London 1977, in fitted case£100-150
546.    George R. Deakins - pair of oils on board, panoramic views in bold colours and thick impasto, signed, 5.5 x 17.5in.
547.    A pair of late 19th century oleographs after Robert Muller - half-length portraits, boy holding nest, girl holding grapes, 19 x 14in.
548.    A 19th century oil on canvas, young male and female at playful dalliance, 9 x 7in.
549.    A pair of portrait miniatures, on ivory, half-length young ladies, indistinctly signed, 3.25in., within embossed brass frames and a small portrait miniature, bust of a gentleman, initialled M M, 1.5in., ebonised frame£60-80
550.    Henry Marten - oil on board, grazing pig, chicken and cockerel alongside, signed and dated 189...., 6 x 9in.£70-80
551.    A 19th century oil on canvas, still life, two fish and lobsters on table, unsigned, 8 x 10in.£60-80
552.    Thomas Churchyard (1798-1865) - watercolour, still life study of pansies, unsigned, labelled verso, 7 x 5.5in.
553.    A watercolour, rural scene, unsigned, 6 x 10in.
554.    A large quantity of framed pictures
555.    Jack Carter - watercolour, still life vase of flowers, signed and dated 1982, 11 x 15in.
556.    G. Willis-Pryce - large oil on canvas, panoramic view with country house, signed and dated 1897, 22 x 36in.
557.    A set of three modern oils on canvas, fair maidens, one advertising Moet & Chandon, pre-Raphaelite-style, unsigned, 36 x 24in., gilt frames£80-120
558.    A large modern oil on canvas, pre-Raphaelite-style wedding group, including page boy and bridesmaid, unsigned, 40 x 30in.
559.    Harry J Johnson - watercolour, entitled Entrance to Borrowdale, dated August 1877, 13 x 20in., exhibited R.I.I 1885£80-100
560.    Marcus Ford - large oil on canvas, entitled verso Farm, in the Weald, signed, 20 x 30in.£180-250
561.    Two signed illustrations by Edmund Dulac, signed in pen on mount, 6in. square£60-80
562.    James Fender - large oil on canvas, entitled verso View from San Martin, Cadiz, Spain, signed and dated '80, 28 x 36in.
563.    Emily Stannard - watercolour, view of a stream and middle-distant grazing sheep, signed, 10 x 14in.£200-300
564.    W. H. Smith - oil on board, still life grapes, pears and apple, signed and dated 1884, 10 x 12in.£200-300
565.    A watercolour, inscribed verso Chelsea Arts Ball, 1923, indistinctly signed, 8 x 7in.£50-80
566.    B. Allerton - pair of watercolours, riverscapes, signed and one dated 1929, 8 x 11in.
567.    A watercolour, farmer with sheep, indistinctly signed, 14 x 21in. and another, young family beside tree£60-80
568.    Marshall Brown - watercolour entitled In a Midlothian Village, country pathway with shepherd and sheep, signed, 12 x 14in. £80-120
569.    Albert Ernest Brockbank (1862-1958) - watercolour, coastal town with boats and loch, signed, 15 x 21in. £80-120
570.    S. J. Nash - pair of watercolours, Canterbury Cathedral and a town view with castle, signed, 12 x 16in.£300-500
571.    A pair of watercolours - one entitled verso Studdon, Allendale, one monogrammed G. F. and dated 1934, 8 x 11in.£60-80
572.    Henry R. Robinson (1839-1921) - watercolour, horses waiting riverside, monogrammed, labelled verso, 19 x 27in.£300-400
573.    R. A. Weaver - watercolour, riverside windmill, signed and dated '93, 13 x 9in.£50-60
574.    A 19th century watercolour, ancient Hastings roadway with church, indistinctly initialled, 15 x 11in.£80-120
575.    Graham Hadlow - watercolour, country house, signed, 13 x 10in. and a pencil drawing, grazing horses, indistinctly signed, 16 x 11in.
576.    John Wynne Morgan - oil on canvas, portrait bust of a lady, signed and dated 1968, 20 x 16in.
577.    R. Kray - oil on card, abstract waves, signed and dated '71, printed label verso, HM Prison, Parkhurst, 7 x 10in.£350-400
578.    Eve Scholefield - oil on board, racehorse and jockey, signed, 12 x 16in.
579.    A. Ramshaw - group of three watercolours, Richmond Park, Windrush and another, signed
580.    A pen and wash drawing, seated lady, unsigned, 18 x 12in., pair of prints after M. Anderson, signed and dated 1982 and one other print after Preston Macgoun
581.    Bridget Wood - wash-drawn sketch, young girl, signed, 21 x 15in.
582.    Salvador Dali - a signed limited edition print, figure carrying cross, horseman alongside, signed in pencil on mount, 19 x 17in.£200-300
583.    Harold Lawes - watercolour, country garden, signed, 10 x 14in., Henry Barlow Carter - watercolour, coastal view with tallship in distress, signed, 10 x 14in. and one other watercolour
584.    A quantity of various framed prints
585.    Dion Pears - watercolour, racing yachts in coastal waters, signed, 13 x 21in.£100-150
586.    William Bartol Thomas (1877-1947) - watercolour, riverscape and windmill, entitled verso Near Boston, Lincs, initialled, 6 x 11in. and a Victorian hand-coloured wood engraving, Gold Digging at Ophir
587.    E. M. Garland - watercolour, still life apples, signed, 6 x 12in., three marine watercolours and other pictures
588.    Roderick Lovesey - oil on canvas, view of a moored Royal Navy frigate, D73, signed, 20 x 30in. £50-100
589.    W. Russell Flint - colour print, blind-stamped and signed in pencil on mount, French interior scene with five females, 12 x 21in. £50-60
590.    A watercolour sketch of Napoleon Bonaparte, inscribed "From a sketch made at St. Helena, 1817", 9 x 7in.
591.    A George II monochrome line engraving, Maritime, 1739, together with two watercolours, an oil painting and various other pictures