Antiques & Collectables Sale on
Tuesday 16th July 2013

1.      A Victorian mahogany extending dining table, with three extra leaves, raised on bulbous turned and fluted supports with ceramic casters and winder, 4ft. opening to 8ft. 6in. 150-200
2.      A Victorian ebonised pier cabinet, with ormolu mounts and mouldings, single panelled door, inlaid with boxwood harebells, lined interior with four shelves, circa 1860, 2ft. 6in. wide 100-150
3.      A late Regency/early Victorian rosewood six tier whatnot, with brass stringing, the third tier fitted with a single frieze drawer and having front barley twist uprights, 2ft. 8in. 100-150
4.      An Edwardian mahogany oval toilet mirror with boxwood stringing, raised on a bow-fronted box-base fitted with three drawers, 1ft. 7in.
5.      A good quality late 19th/early 20th century mahogany tall corner display cabinet, with boxwood stringing, chequered banding and fretwork decoration throughout having a marquetry pediment, glazed panelled door to upper section enclosing shelving above a slide and five drawers and shelf to lower section, raised on square tapering supports, 3ft. 8in. 350-500
6.      An Edwardian inlaid mahogany and satinwood banded Sutherland table, 2ft. 50-60
7.      A 19th century circular mahogany tilt-top tripod table, in a Chippendale taste on a turned and fluted column, terminating in acanthus and scroll carved outswept supports, 2ft. 3in. 200-300
8.      A late 19th century mahogany chest of small proportions in a late 18th century taste, having four long cock-beaded drawers and blind fret central corners on outswept supports, 2ft. 80-120
9.      A 19th century inlaid and banded mahogany kneehole pedestal desk, in George III taste, having a decorative marquetry top above eight drawers and central recessed cupboard enclosed by marquetry panelled door raised on bracket type supports, 2ft. 6in. 250-400
10.     A pair of Edwardian circular inlaid mahogany jardiniere stands, having brass linings and slatted slides raised on outswept supports with undertiers, a.f., 2ft. 9in. high 140-160
11.     A Victorian mahogany drop leaf work table, with three drawers, turned knob handles to one end and three dummy drawers to the opposing end, raised on turned supports with brass ends and casters, 1ft. 8in. 80-120
12.     A 19th century mahogany chest, with four long cock-beaded drawers on bracket supports - some later alterations, a.f., 1ft. 9in.
13.     A Victorian rosewood stool, square form, floral needlework upholstery, raised on a baluster and turned underframe 50-60
14.     An antique cross-banded walnut veneered chest, in 18th century taste, having a feather banded top above a slide and three long drawers with brass drop handles and escutcheons, fluted canted corners raised on bracket supports, 2ft. 100-150
15.     A Victorian carved walnut prie-dieu chair, upholstered in gold velour on front cabriole supports
16.     An early 20th century mirror, oval gilt framed and partly bevelled sectionalised with gadroon border, 3ft. 4in. 50-70
17.     A 20th century gilt framed convex wall mirror, in a Regency taste, 2ft. 2in.
18.     A Victorian walnut buttoned back lady's chair, upholstered in pink silk weave, on front cabriole supports
19.     An early 20th century mahogany open-sided armchair, upholstered in pink silk weave raised on front acanthus carved cabriole supports, ball and claw feet 50-60
20.     A 19th century circular leather fire-bucket, with metal liner, a.f. and swing handle
21.     A George III inlaid mahogany and marquetry demi-lune card table, double gateleg action with foldover top, raised on square tapering supports with spade feet, 2ft. 10in. - worm in stretchers 150-250
22.     A 19th century inlaid mahogany and satinwood banded Pembroke table, in George III taste, having one open and one dummy drawer raised on square tapering supports, 2ft. 10in. 70-100
23.     A George III partly inlaid and rosewood cross-banded mahogany bow-front chest, having three long cock-beaded drawers on front outswept supports, 2ft. 8in. 120-150
24.     A late 19th century profusely carved oak crib, on rocker supports, 2ft. 10in. - some alterations 50-100
25.     A Victorian mahogany dining table, with one extra leaf raised on turned supports with brass casters, 2ft. 10in. x 2ft. 6in. opening to 4ft. 4in. x 2ft. 6in. 50-80
26.     A small Edwardian inlaid mahogany and satinwood banded two tier occasional table, on outswept supports, 1ft. 8in.
27.     Two Victorian walnut carved bar-back chairs, on front cabriole supports and two early 20th century mahogany pierced ladderback dining chairs
28.     A George III inlaid mahogany bar-back dining chair and an antique walnut and Dutch marquetry single chair, a.f.
29.     A Victorian black cast iron umbrella stand with detachable drip-tray
30.     A late 19th century carved oak bow-fronted tall corner cupboard, having four shelves enclosed by four carved panelled doors, 3ft. 6in. 150-200
31.     A tall, 19th century mahogany display cabinet, single, full-length glazed door enclosing four adjustable shelves, carcase-moulding in colonial style, 6ft. 1in. SEE ILLUSTRATION 180-250
32.     A Victorian burr walnut writing table, with two frieze drawers, on barley-twist underframe and carved claw feet with casters, 3ft. 11in. 180-250
33.     A small George III mahogany chest, four long drawers, each oak-lined with original oval pressed brass handles, splay-bracket feet, 2ft. 6in. 180-250
34.     A small George III mahogany chest, four long drawers, each pine-lined, brass swan-neck handles, pine sides, bracket feet, 2ft. 6in. 150-200
35.     An unusual 19th century French walnut portfolio rack, moulded, C-scroll underframe, 3ft. high - one leg damaged and an oak tripod table with rectangular top
36.     A Sheraton-style elbow chair, cane-seated with lyre-shape back and a Victorian Hepplewhite elbow chair with oval sun-burst back, drop-in needlework seat
37.     A George III mahogany toilet mirror, on serpentine-fronted three-drawer base, 1ft. 11in. high together with a Regency-style gilt convex mirror, 1ft. 8in.
38.     A George V mahogany bureau bookcase, three adjustable shelves enclosed by a pair of bevelled glass doors, quarter-veneered fall-front enclosing fittings, three long drawers beneath, cabriole legs, 3ft. 2in. 60-80
39.     A late Victorian mahogany corner cabinet, floor-standing, upper stage with three shaped shelves enclosed by astragal-glazed door, panelled cupboard base, 8ft. 1in. total height - modified 80-100
40.     A set of four Queen Anne-style mahogany dining chairs, vase splats and drop-in seats
41.     A solid, dark oak bookcase, three adjustable shelves enclosed by a pair of bevelled glass doors, bun feet, 3ft. 5in. - top stained
42.     An early 20th century mahogany nest of tables, oval-shape, 1ft. 11in. together with a mahogany toilet mirror, on twin-drawer base, 2ft. 1in.
43.     A George III-style mahogany drop-leaf dining table, on chamfered square legs, 3ft. 6in.
44.     An early 20th century mahogany bedroom chest, three short and three long drawers, turned wood knob handles, 2ft. 6in. 50-60
45.     An Edwardian inlaid mahogany chest, two short and three long drawers, brass ring handles, 3ft. - one side split
46.     A Victorian Maple & Co. bedroom chest, arrangement of eight drawers, each with turned wood knob handles, impressed marks, 3ft. 11in. 125-150
47.     An early 20th century oak student's bureau, 2ft. together with an oak bookcase of five open fronted shelves, 1ft. 3in.
48.     A late 19th century stained pine trunk, with hinged lid and metal side handles, 2ft. 7in., a blue Lloyd Loom bedroom armchair and a white corner linen basket
49.     A 1920's/30's oak three tier folding cakestand, an oak umbrella stand and a small occasional table
50.     A large, modern mahogany display cabinet, pair of glazed doors enclosing four shelves, two drawers beneath, 6ft. 4in. high
51.     A serpentine-shaped mahogany specimen cabinet, hinged top with bevelled glass, on carved cabriole legs with shaped apron, braced undertier, 2ft. 4in.
52.     A Victorian-style mahogany hall table, serpentine-shape, with single frieze drawer, on double-scroll supports, 3ft.
53.     A mahogany side chest, serpentine-fronted with three carved drawers, 2ft., together with a Chippendale-style mahogany corner-fitting elbow chair
54.     An unusual 1950's walnut cocktail cabinet, fall-front enclosing fittings, 1ft. 3in.
55.     A Victorian mahogany chest, two short and three long oak-lined drawers, turned wood knob handles, on bracket feet, 3ft. 7in. 100-150
56.     An Edwardian inlaid mahogany bureau, fall-front inlaid with an urn and leaf-scrolls, well-fitted interior, three long oak-lined drawers beneath, on bracket feet, 2ft. 6in. 70-80
57.     An early Victorian mahogany drop-leaf breakfast table, with two frieze drawers, on pedestal stem and four outswept legs with brass casters, 3ft. 3in. 200-300
58.     An early Victorian mahogany chiffonier, overshelf above single frieze drawer, pair of arched panel cupboard doors beneath, 3ft. 220-250
59.     A Victorian mahogany drop-leaf dining table, on turned and reeded legs with brass casters, 3ft. 5in. 100-150
60.     A set of five early Victorian mahogany dining chairs, overhanging top rails above upholstered seats, front turned legs, impressed maker's stamp, G. Jackson 100-150
61.     An early 20th century upholstered footstool, on carved mahogany claw feet
62.     A Victorian mahogany corner fitting washstand, with single drawer
63.     A Victorian overmantel, in rope-twist gilt frame, 4ft. 4in. x 2ft.
64.     A large early 20th century mahogany tall bookcase, modified, pair of glazed doors enclosing adjustable shelves, panelled cupboard base, 6ft. wide - one glass pane missing 400-600
65.     A Victorian mahogany chest, two short and three long oak-lined drawers, brass handles, bracket feet, 3ft. 6in. 150-200
66.     A set of four Chippendale-style mahogany dining chairs, with interlaced splats, drop-in seats 120-150
67.     A Victorian mahogany reading table, hinged top adjustable on ratchet, tunred legs, 2ft. 8in.
68.     A Victorian walnut toilet mirror, rectangular plate adjustable on scroll uprights, three-drawer base, 1ft. 9in.
69.     A Victorian gilt-gesso overmantel, with Corinthian columns, mirror in three sections, 4ft. 6in. - hardboard back 70-100
70.     A small Victorian mahogany chest, four oak-lined drawers with oval, pressed brass handles, 1ft. 11in. 50-80
71.     A Victorian mahogany toilet mirror, rectangular plate adjustable above two-drawer base, 1ft. 8in.
72.     A large Victorian mahogany dressing mirror, domed plate adjustable between fluted columns, carved scroll base, 3ft. high 120-150
73.     A pair of Edwardian inlaid mahogany bedside cupboards, each enclosed by single door, 1ft. 11in. - replacement tops
74.     A Victorian mahogany chest, three long drawers, brass handles, bracket feet, 2ft. 7in.
75.     A Victorian light ash Beaconsfield wardrobe, three-quarter length mirrored door enclosing space for hanging, panelled cupboard door above three short drawers, single long drawer beneath, 4ft. 80-100
76.     A large Victorian oak sideboard, raised back with two fitted shelves, carved boar to frieze, panelled cupboard base with single drawer, bowed ends, 6ft. 4in. wide 70-100
77.     An Edwardian mahogany nest of tables, rectangular tops with satinwood cross-banding, 1ft. 7in.
78.     A long mahogany-framed footstool, on six cabriole feet, 6ft.
79.     An early Victorian mahogany tilt-top tripod table, on baluster-turned stem, 1ft. 9in. and a pair of Victorian walnut dining chairs with upholstered seats, loose joints
80.     A 19th century mahogany bookcase, with three adjustable shelves enclosed by two astragal glazed doors, 3ft. 8in.
81.     A late 19th century French inlaid rosewood and marquetry lady's bureau, with a pierced brass gallery above the fall flap enclosing a well fitted interior, on cabriole supports with ormolu embellishments, 2ft. 5in. 120-180
82.     A Louis XV-style giltwood bijouterie, with shaped apron, on moulded cabriole legs, 2ft. - no key
83.     An Edwardian mahogany revolving bookcase, two-tiered with satinwood cross-banding, 1ft. 7in. 100-150
84.     A Victorian bow-fronted mahogany chest, two short and three long oak-lined drawers, turned wood knob handles, 3ft. 6in. - feet lacking 50-70
85.     A Victorian mahogany hall chair, domed back with Gothic tracery, front turned legs
86.     A mahogany side table, with single frieze drawer and undertier and a rush-seated stool
87.     A Victorian mahogany toilet mirror, oval mirror adjustable above enclosed recess, 2ft. 6in. high
88.     A Victorian mahogany writing table, with two frieze drawers, on ball-turned end supports with shaped stretcher, 3ft. 6in. 80-100
89.     A period-style wing armchair, upholstered in a brown buttoned leather 50-70
90.     A black walnut display cabinet, two plate glass shelves enclosed by a pair of astragal-glazed doors, on cabriole feet, 3ft. 6in. - one door pane cracked
91.     A Regency-style giltwood overmantel, moulded frieze above three bevelled plates, monopodia columns, 4ft. 5in. wide 100-150
92.     A large Victorian mahogany reverse breakfronted sideboard, with mirrored back above a central frieze drawer, flanked by two arched panelled cupboard doors, 6ft. 11in. 150-250
93.     A set of six early 19th century mahogany dining chairs, with rope-twist bar-backs, upholstered seats with petit-point needlework, on front turned legs and a near-matching carver chair - one chair leg broken off 500-700
94.     A 19th century Chippendale mahogany mirror, shaped cresting with gilt-gesso eagle, rectangular bevelled plate 50-60
95.     An 18th century oak side table, with single frieze drawer, on tapering legs with pad feet, 2ft. 9in. - faults 80-100
96.     A Victorian mahogany kneehole writing table, arrangement of five drawers, turned wood knob handles, on turned legs, 3ft. 11in. 120-150
97.     An early Victorian mahogany toilet mirror, oval mirror adjustable on bow-fronted three-drawer base, 1ft. 9in.
98.     A Victorian walnut bedroom chest, two short and three long drawers, brass hardware, 3ft. 4in. 70-80
99.     A Georgian-style gilt mirror, undulating-shape with ribbon cresting, 3ft. 3in.
100.    A George III mahogany card table, D-shape with inlay and cross-banding, on square tapering legs with spade feet, 3ft. - top split 80-120
101.    A George II mahogany bureau bookcase, upper stage with three adjustable shelves enclosed by a pair of arched panel doors, fall-front enclosing fittings above three long oak-lined drawers, original brass hardware, on ogee bracket feet, circa 1750-60, 2ft. 9in. - feet replaced 600-800
102.    A George III mahogany drop-leaf dining table, rectangular-shape on turned legs with pad feet, 3ft. 4in. 80-100
103.    An early Georgian inlaid burr walnut bureau, fall-front enclosing an arrangement of drawers, pigeonholes, central cupboard and well, four long drawers beneath, brass hardware, bracket feet, 2ft. 10in. - attention needed 200-300
104.    An Edwardian inlaid mahogany display cabinet, enclosed by single astragal-glazed door, square tapering legs, 1ft. 11in. - glass shelves missing, one glass panel damaged
105.    A large 19th century French pine cabinet, two shelves enclosed by a pair of glazed doors, single drawer beneath, an applied split-baluster to each side, 4ft. wide 100-150
106.    A Victorian oak desk, inset leather top with three frieze drawers, three further drawers to each pedestal, brass swan-neck handles, 4ft. 180-250
107.    A pair of William IV mahogany dining chairs, over-hanging top rails and bar-backs with carved detail, drop-in seats, front sabre legs 50-60
108.    A good, Edwardian inlaid mahogany display cabinet, pair of doors with convex glass enclosing lined interiors with two shelves, central, mirrored recess above panelled cupboard door, on cabriole legs with shaped undertier, 4ft. wide 250-300
109.    A good Edwardian mahogany break-front library bookcase, brightly inlaid throughout with satinwood cross-banding, upper stage with shelves enclosed by four astragal-glazed doors, base with two short and two long drawers flanked on each side by a cupboard door, bracket feet, 6ft. 3in. wide SEE ILLUSTRATION 600-800
110.    An Edwardian mahogany bookcase, inlaid with chequer stringing, pair of astragal-glazed doors enclosing two shelves, cabriole legs, 3ft. 2in. - some woodworm to back 70-100
111.    An early Victorian mahogany secretaire chest, (incomplete), enclosed secretaire fittings above four drawers, turned wood knob handles throughout, 2ft. 3in. - as viewed 100-150
112.    A mahogany open bookcase, three fitted shelves, 4ft.
113.    A George V mahogany dining table, oval-shape with gadrooned border, with extra leaf and winder, on carved cabriole legs and claw feet, 4ft. 6in. opening to 6ft. 100-150
114.    An early 20th century mahogany breakfast table, circular top above blind-fret frieze, on four cabriole legs with carved acanthus and claw and ball feet, 4ft. 6in.
115.    A late Regency giltwood overmantel, reeded rectangular shape with carved rosettes, bevelled plate, 4ft. 2in. wide 100-150
116.    A George III mahogany bureau, fitted interior includes seven drawers, four long oak-lined drawers beneath, bracket feet, circa 1770, 2ft. 9in. 150-200
117.    An Edwardian inlaid mahogany bookcase, pair of astragal-glazed doors enclosing three adjustable shelves, bracket feet, 3ft. 6in. 80-120
118.    A small Victorian mahogany chest, single shallow drawer above two deeper drawers, ebony stringing, turned wood handles, claw and ball feet, 2ft. 50-70
119.    A Chesterfield twin-drop-end settee, upholstered in a buttoned pink dralon, tapering legs with casters 50-70
120.    An Edwardian inlaid mahogany bureau bookcase, pair of astragal-glazed doors enclosing three shelves, enclosed fittings above four long drawers, 3ft. - faults
121.    A good quality Victorian inlaid burr walnut and marquetry reverse breakfronted credenza/bookcase, having central adjustable shelving flanked by a glazed door to each end enclosing shelving, raised on a plinth base, 7ft. SEE ILLUSTRATION 750-1000
122.    A small 18th century oak coffer, having a hinged top and geometrical front panel, 1ft. 11in. 150-250
123.    A late George III mahogany Pembroke table, with one open and one dummy frieze drawer, on cylindrical turned supports with brass casters, 3ft. 1in. 50-70
124.    A set of three Victorian mahogany pierced bar-back dining chairs, on front turned and fluted supports and a pair of carved bar-back dining chairs on front octagonal supports
125.    A Victorian mahogany table-top display cabinet, having a lined interior enclosed by the two sectional glazed hinged top, raised on turned supports with brass casters, 3ft. 11in. 100-150
126.    A 19th century oak hanging corner cupboard, enclosed by a single mahogany banded door with inlaid star design and brass hinges, 2ft. 3in.
127.    A pair of Victorian carved oak armchairs, upholstered in green dralon, raised on front turned and fluted supports with casters
128.    A metal bound wooden trunk with hinged lid and metal side handles, 2ft. 6in.
129.    A solid, dark oak bureau bookcase, in Jacobean-style, pair of astragal-glazed doors enclosing three adjustable shelves, fall-front enclosing fittings, one long and two short drawers beneath, barley-twist supports, 2ft. 11in. 120-150
130.    A solid, dark oak tall bookcase, pair of glazed doors enclosing four adjustable shelves, panelled cupboard base with two drawers, 3ft. 60-80
131.    A Victorian mahogany chest, two short and three long drawers, each with turned wood knob handles, 3ft. 2in., together with a narrow oak open bookcase 50-70
132.    Victorian mahogany library steps, nine treads, 9ft. - faults
133.    Two Chippendale-period mahogany dining chairs, each with shaped top rail, interlaced splat and drop-in seat
134.    A Victorian mahogany-framed drawing room elbow chair, on front turned legs with casters, in need of re-upholstering
135.    A 19th century mahogany occasional table, on slim, twin-turned end supports, 1ft. 8in. and an American two-tiered occasional table, signed F. Ritter, Rochester, New York, 1ft. 10in.
136.    A 19th century mahogany Empire-style mirror frame, broad frieze with embossed brass classical figures, 5ft. 5in. high 150-200
137.    A solid, dark oak occasional table, with square elm top, 1ft. 4in. 80-120
138.    A Chinese lacquered storage unit, double-sided, cupboard and drawer to each side, painted with females and plants against a crimson ground, 4ft. 80-100
139.    A large waxed pine desk, kneehole arrangement of three drawers and two panelled cupboards, fluted columns, brass hardware, on bun feet 200-250
140.    A solid, light oak farmhouse table, with two frieze drawers, complete with two extra leaves, 6ft. 6in. opening to 9ft. 6in. and a set of six light beech ladderback chairs with rush seats 150-200
141.    A C. Bechstein upright piano, in panelled, ebonised case 100-150
142.    A George V mahogany bureau bookcase, quarter-veneered throughout, pair of astragal-glazed doors enclosing three adjustable shelves, fall-front above cupboard base with drawer 50-70
143.    A large mirror, in moulded gilt frame and bevelled plate, 3ft. 8in. x 2ft. 8in.
144.    A late Victorian inlaid rosewood chaise longue, in need of total restoration
145.    A reproduction burr elm display cabinet, plate glass shelves enclosed by three glazed doors, panelled cupboard base with three drawers, 4ft. wide
146.    A late Victorian dark oak monk's bench, carved throughout with portrait busts and leaf scrolls, panelled box base, 3ft. 6in. 120-150
147.    A late Victorian walnut Sutherland table, on square tapering legs, 2ft.
148.    A Victorian inlaid walnut breakfast table, oval top inlaid with leaf scrolls, tilting upon turned stem with casters, top 3ft. 10in. 50-80
149.    A 19th century mahogany linen press, four sliding trays enclosed by two panelled doors above two short and two long drawers, 4ft. 5in. 350-400
150.    An oak Globe Wernicke bookcase, four sections, two glazed panels missing, 2ft. 10in. 200-250
151.    A 1920's/30's oak Welsh dresser, two racks above two geometrical panelled drawers, on bobbin turned and block supports, 3ft. 1in. 100-150
152.    A Victorian pine scullery table, with single frieze drawer to one end on turned supports, 4ft. x 2ft. 10in.
153.    A mid-18th century oak gateleg dining table, with oval flaps, cylindrical tapering supports and pad feet, 3ft. 10in. 70-100
154.    A Victorian carved rosewood framed chaise longue, upholstered in floral tapestry on turned and fluted supports, 6ft. 3in. 200-250
155.    An Edwardian oval inlaid and banded mahogany two tier etagere, raised on tapering outswept supports, 2ft. 7in. 80-100
156.    A Victorian mahogany toilet mirror, on serpentine fronted box-base having two drawers, 1ft. 5in. wide 50-60
157.    A Victorian circular mahogany tilt-top tripod table, 1ft. 7in. 50-60
158.    An Edwardian mahogany triangular-shaped two tier occasional table and an early 20th century mahogany tripod wine table with octagonal top
159.    A pair of mahogany stained hanging ranges, each of three open shelves, 2ft. 8in.
160.    A mahogany washstand, in Continental taste, the hinged top enclosing a mirrored and marble interior above four long drawers, 2ft. 11in. - hardwood back 70-80
161.    An Edwardian carved walnut sideboard having a configuration of four drawers and four cupboard doors, 4ft. 9in.
162.    A reproduction inlaid walnut veneered side cabinet, in Louis XV style, with green marble top and two glazed doors with ornate brass embellishments, 3ft. 11in. 300-400
163.    A Victorian walnut and ebonised games table, of oblong form, having a chessboard and marquetry top, on pierced ends, 3ft. 60-80
164.    A Victorian mahogany dome topped toilet mirror, having barley twist uprights and a late 19th/early 20th century panelled walnut box
165.    An oak open fronted bookcase, of five shelves, 3ft. 1in.
166.    A Victorian walnut bookcase, having three adjustable shelves enclosed by two glazed doors, on additional Victorian stand with turned supports, 3ft. 8in. 100-150
167.    A Victorian circular mahogany tilt-top dining table, raised on an octagonal column terminating in a circular base, on carved paw feet, 4ft. 4in. 200-300
168.    A set of four Regency mahogany carved bar-back dining chairs, with upholstered seats, on front turned and octagonal tapering supports 150-200
169.    A late 19th/early 20th century ebonised occasional table having a decorative top with classical figure panels,1ft. 7in. 50-70
170.    A mahogany and oak display cabinet, enclosed by a single glazed door, on square supports, 2ft. 1in. 50-60
171.    An early 20th century screen, three-fold with glazed and fielded panels
172.    A Victorian carved oak hall chair, the top rail carved with lions, on a turned, fluted and block underframe and a pair of Victorian cane seated bedroom chairs
173.    A Victorian rosewood fluted stemmed electric standard lamp, on tripod base with outswept supports and shade 50-60
174.    A Victorian carved mahogany prie-dieu chair, with turned uprights, newly upholstered in maroon dralon 70-100
175.    An Edwardian walnut Sutherland table, on a turned underframe, 1ft. 10in.
176.    An ivorine occasional table, press-moulded with Chinese figures, elephants and dragons, circular top on pedestal base, top 1ft. 6in.
177.    A reproduction mahogany veneered kneehole pedestal desk, having inset leather top and eight drawers 50-70
178.    A Reprodux period-style oak sideboard, having three frieze drawers above three arched panelled cupboard doors
179.    A rectangular walnut veneered nest of three tables, serpentine-shaped, a mahogany coffee table of square form, on cabriole supports, ball and claw feet and an electric standard lamp with shade
180.    A 19th century mahogany towel rail, bobbin framed stool, mahogany coffee table, on X-shaped supports, oak X-framed stool and a similar elbow chair, a.f.
181.    A reproduction bow-fronted mahogany veneered chest of four long drawers with cylindrical fluted uprights, 2ft. 5in.
182.    A Panasonic Inverter microwave oven, 900 watts
183.    A Samsung flatscreen television, 32in. screen with remote control 50-70
184.    A painted pine bedroom chest, two short and two long drawers, 2ft. 10in. together with a two-tier trolley
185.    A Chinese camphorwood blanket chest, deeply carved throughout with battle scenes, engraved brass lock and hasp, 3ft. 5in. 60-80
186.    A pair of Chinese hardwood occasional tables, rectangular-shape with carved aprons, 1ft. 11in.
187.    An Art Nouveau solid oak wardrobe, three-quarter length mirrored door above single base drawer, 3ft. 2in.
188.    An Art Nouveau oak wall-hanging cupboard, 1ft., similar occasional table, 1ft. 5in. and a dark stained pine book-table, 1ft. 5in.
189.    A set of four oak dining chairs, slat-backs with drop-in seats, Queen Anne-style oak dining chair and an oak sideboard
190.    A stained pine side table, with arcaded frieze, 3ft. 2in., together with a solid walnut bedside cupboard and an oak open range of five shelves, 1ft.
191.    A Victorian mahogany dressing chest, mirror above two short and two long drawers, 3ft. 6in., together with a reproduction burr walnut drop-leaf dining table, as viewed
192.    A modern games compendium, components fitted within coffee table with leather top
193.    A modern electric reading lamp, floor-standing and a coloured globe, revolving on brass stand
194.    A Victorian ebonised wood occasional table, square top on turned underframe, 2ft., together with a beech cabinet with two short drawers, 1ft. 3in. wide and two string-seated stools
195.    A narrow elm open bookcase, 1ft., a quarter-veneered mahogany book table and an upholstered oak stool
196.    An Ercol-type dark oak court cupboard, panelled construction with two drawers, 3ft. 11in.
197.    A Victorian stained pine cupboard, with single drawer, 3ft. and a folding stained pine X-frame stool, as viewed
198.    A solid, dark oak open bookcase, with panelled cupboard base, 2ft. 10in. - top marked
199.    A large, modern mahogany display cabinet, pair of glazed doors enclosing four shelves, two drawers beneath, 6ft. 6in. high
200.    A light oak grandmother clock, arched pediment above traditional dial, glazed trunk door, with pendulum and two weights, 6ft. 3in. high 60-80
201.    A large rectangular wall mirror, bevelled plate in moulded gilt frame, an octagonal gilt mirror and one other mirror
202.    A pair of reproduction marquetry coffee tables, pair of wrought metal plant stands and a period-style wall clock
203.    A Louis XV-style elbow chair, upholstered in a green dralon, together with a spindle-back nursing chair and an oval gilt-framed mirror
204.    An oak side cupboard, enclosed by a pair of Gothic tracery doors, 1ft. 8in.
205.    A stained pine storage table, a folding screen and a modern folding table
206.    A solid, dark oak drop-leaf coffee table, on shaped end supports, 1ft. 10in.
207.    A 1920's/30's oak gateleg table with wavy edge, on barley twist supports, 3ft.
208.    A Panasonic flatscreen television, with Freeview, 32in. screen, with remote control and instructions 70-80
209.    Two mahogany wine tables, each with circular top and a similar plant stand
210.    An Edwardian two-seater settee, mahogany framed, on front casters, upholstery as viewed
211.    A mahogany fall-front side cupboard, 2ft. 11in. and a circular mahogany coffee table, fluted legs
212.    An Aw-lyn mahogany wardrobe, enclosed by a pair of full-length doors, 3ft. 7in.
213.    An early 19th century brass fender, on cast claw feet, 3ft. 2in., a Victorian brass fender and a painted iron fender
214.    A late Victorian inlaid mahogany occasional table, with rectangular top, 1ft. 8in., two Victorian mahogany dining chairs and a Victorian mahogany clothes airer
215.    A light elm Windsor rocking armchair, comb-back on turned underframe
216.    An Ercol-type dark oak writing desk, kneehole arrangement of five drawers, turned underframe, 3ft. 6in.
217.    A solid, dark oak gateleg table, on barley-twist underframe, 2ft. 6in.
218.    A mahogany nest of three tables, 1ft. 4in. and an oak three-tiered cake stand and an oak book trough
219.    A reproduction mahogany sideboard, three drawers above flame-veneered cupboard doors, 4ft. 1in.
220.    A moulded concrete bird bath, shell-shape
221.    An Edwardian inlaid mahogany dressing chest, adjustable bevelled mirror above two long and two trinket drawers, 3ft. 3in.
222.    A solid, dark oak gateleg dining table, on barley-twist underframe, 3ft. 5in. 50-60
223.    A set of four solid, dark oak dining chairs, Carolean-style with caned backs, barley-twist uprights 50-60
224.    A 19th century turned beech spinning wheel, 3ft. 8in.
225.    A Bisley cream and tan filing chest, four deep drawers, complete with two keys
226.    Two folding Chinese tables and a gilt-framed watercolour
227.    A large mirror, rectangular-shape with bevelled plate, moulded gilt frame, 4ft. x 3ft. 2in.
228.    A pine fire surround, with carved corbels, 4ft. 6in., an iron fire grate and a folding firescreen with painted detail
229.    An Ercol dark elm dresser base, arrangment of five drawers flanked by panelled cupboards, 4ft. 9in. - top as viewed
230.    A walnut side table, with two drawers and undertier, 2ft. 8in. and a pine kitchen shelf rack, 2ft. 1in.
231.    A satin-walnut wardrobe, panelled frontage with three-quarter length mirrored door, 2ft. 10in.
232.    A painted pedestal, 4ft. high, together with a pine-effect cheval mirror, a hanging shelf unit and a brass standard lamp
233.    A Victorian-style four-piece suite, upholstered in a button pink dralon, front turned legs with casters, one front leg joint loose
234.    A dark oak draw-leaf dining table, 3ft. and a set of six wheel-back dining chairs, including one carver
235.    A mahogany cheval mirror, with arched plate, 5ft. 4in. high
236.    A dark oak-veneered grandmother clock, with silvered dial and German movement striking on a gong, with pendulum, 4ft. 2in. high
237.    An Edwardian carved walnut sideboard, with two frieze drawers, panelled cupboard base, 4ft. 6in.
238.    A pair of 1930's oak recliner armchairs, upholstered in a beige button dralon
239.    An Art Deco mirrored dressing unit, arched-shape with undershelf, 26in. and a Lloyd Loom child's single chair
240.    A solid, medium oak bureau, fall-front above three long drawers, 2ft. 9in., together with a teak dressing table, with six drawers
241.    An Heal & Son cherry bedroom pair, consisting of clothes cupboard, two drawers beneath, 2ft. 6in. and part of a bedstead en-suite, complete with original purchase invoice dated May 1939
242.    Two white ceramic Belfast sinks
243.    A reproduction mahogany veneered display cabinet and an Edwardian oval mahogany two-tier occasional table
244.    An Ashanti carved elephant stool
245.    A Toshiba flatscreen television, with 19in. screen and remote control
246.    An early 20th century mahogany floor lamp, with turned and carved stem, together with an early 20th century folding day-bed, as viewed
247.    A Victorian carved oak hall chair, oak circular occasional table and a folding, painted wood screen
248.    A small reproduction yew veneered chest of four drawers, 1ft. 6in.
249.    A reproduction period-style pine chest, of two short and two long drawers with knob handles, 2ft. 10in.
250.    A late 19th/early 20th century mahogany two tier tea trolley, an Edwardian walnut stained side table with drawer on turned supports and a mahogany stained pedestal bedside cupboard
251.    A small rustic style table, two oak coffee tables, an oak book trough, a Victorian carved oak chair, with cane seat and back, seat a.f. and an oak string seated chair

252.    A Victorian armchair, with loose cover on front turned supports
253.    An oak shelf unit, 1ft. 6in., Regency-style gilt convex mirror and a gilded wrought iron hall table with plate glass top
254.    An Edwardian serpentine shaped walnut occasional table with undertier and an Edwardian carved walnut coal box with brass handle
255.    A George III burr yew wheel barometer, silvered dial signed F. Luraghi, 9 City Road, swan-neck pediment with urn finial, 3ft. 3in. 140-180
256.    A late George III 8-day longcase clock by Saml. Liddell, Oldswinford, arched brass dial with date aperture, contained within cross-banded oak case with swan-neck pediment, 7ft. 2in. 450-600
257.    A George III 8-day longcase clock by Thomas Rogers, Bewdley, arched brass dial with engraved dial centre, subsidiary seconds, ringed winding arbors, contained within fine Edwardian mahogany and marquetry case, hood and trunk doors inlaid with neo-classical leafage, reeded quarter columns with architectural brass mounts, with pendulum, weights and all keys, 6ft. 9in. SEE ILLUSTRATION 1500-2000
258.    A Turkish wool rug, Persian wool rug and two wool prayer mats, as viewed
259.    Two Eastern wool rugs, geometric patterns in red, as viewed
260.    An Eastern wool rug, geometric red patterns against a dark field, 5ft. 6in. x 3ft. 10in.
261.    An Eastern wool rug, geometric designs in cream against a red and black field, 7ft.10in. x 5ft. 4in.
262.    Two Eastern wool rugs, 5ft. x 3ft. 4in. and 5ft. x 3ft. 8in.
263.    Two Eastern wool rugs, largest 6ft. 2in. x 3ft. 6in. and an Eastern prayer rug, 2ft. 4in.
264.    A wool rug, in blue, cream and beige, 8ft.
265.    An Edward VII oak smoker's cabinet, with three interior drawers, silver mount dated 1908, 11.5in. wide
266.    An Indian wall-hanging, silver and gold thread with sequins, ceremonial procession, 4ft. 8in. wide
267.    A Simba clarinet and a Yamaha trumpet, both cased, also to include a folding sheet music stand
268.    A Meister trombone and a brass cornet, both cased
269.    A Grenadier Guard's tunic, including trousers, cap and belt
270.    A pair of Eastern bronze candlestick figures, cherubs, 4.5in., a rectangular cast brass tray, 13in. and a group of six painted cartoons, framed
271.    Five small cold-painted bronze horses, including horse and foal group, tallest 3in., also to include a miniature bronze portrait bust by Barbedienne, 2.25in.
272.    A Victorian cast iron foot-scraper, other metalware and a Smith's period-style mantel clock
273.    A set of four colour prints after J M W Turner, two other pictures and a gilt-framed mirror
274.    Assorted metalware, including silver plated entree dish, costume jewellery, etc.
275.    Various framed pictures, brass-cased timepiece, dis-mantled coffee table, etc. as viewed
276.    A pair of bronze statuettes, Scots Guard and Napoleonic Trouper, each on slate plinth, 7.5in. 50-60
277.    A George III coin scale, containing eight contemporary coin weights, wood case carved from the solid, 6.5in. and a Victorian letter balance, on wood plinth, five weights
278.    An early Victorian needlework sampler, alphabet, verse and decorative elements by Ann Smart, dated 1840, maple frame, 17 x 20in. and another, by Ann Clark, frameless, as viewed
279.    Household ornaments, including Edwardian inlaid mantel clock, games including chess set, two bisque dolls, etc., as viewed
280.    A Victorian leather-bound note-book, with brass Bramah Patent lock, with key
281.    An aeronautical table lighter, in the form of a spitfire, wingspan 10in. and a Stanley silver plated compass
282.    Two ships in bottles, one entitled Enterprise, together with two pairs of Satsuma vases and a Chinese printed vase
283.    A wood model of a tall ship, "Bounty", three-masted and fully-rigged, 27in. high and a similar sectional model, "Victory, 1805", 27in. high
284.    A 19th century telescope, by J. Steward, London, pair of Chinese cast bronze vases, 7in., Indian embossed copper jardiniere, 10.5in. and a cast metal peacock ewer, 7in.
285.    A collection of needleworking accessories, contained within various tins and boxes
286.    A vintage brass and copper heat stripper, Victorian copper measure and other items
287.    An African ivory figural tusk carving, 7in. and three carved ivory animals 70-80
288.    A bronzed model of a horse and small dog, on slate plinth, 11in. and a bronzed spelter figure of a bowls player, on slate plinth, 7.5in. high 70-80
289.    A signed limited edtion print after Pascale Bigot, framed, 34 x 28in.
290.    A Starrett micrometer set, in fitted wood case
291.    A pair of toy-size boots, leather with wood soles, Scandinavian chip-carved wood jug and other ornaments
292.    A small assortment of ornamental brassware, silver plated ware and an Hornby electric train set, latter boxed
293.    A late Victorian aneroid barometer, within circular, carved oak frame, 9.5in., together with two silver-mounted walking sticks and a walking cane
294.    A 19th century coaching print, The Night Team, three fashion plates after Erte and other decorative pictures, 11 total
295.    A revolving globe on stand, period-style oak mantel clock, three Art Deco-style table lamps, etc.
296.    A bronzed metal portrait bust, William Shakespeare, 28in.
297.    A brass telephone lamp, Marconiphone novelty radio and other items
298.    Warre's vintage Port, 1963, one bottle 50-60
299.    Port, three bottles, vintage 1984; Fine Ruby and Delaforce Tawny Port 70-90
300.    Bottled spirits in presentation packaging, Glenlivet, 12 years, Johnnie Walker Black Label, Dimple, (4 bottles) and Courvoisier Cognac 100-120
301.    A graduated set of four Victorian copper measures, gill to quart and a copper plaque embossed with stylised figures, 26in. 60-80
302.    Two Art Deco patinated spelter statuettes, female dancer, male saxophonist, each on alabaster plinth, unsigned, 8in. 70-100
303.    A Victorian copper warming pan, cased Pietro accordion, Victorian walnut and parquetry box, two framed prints, etc.
304.    A Victorian turned and painted wood truncheon, gilded with royal cypher, gilded S. A. M., 17.5in.
305.    A. Leonard - Art Deco-style bronze figure of a female dancer, arms loosely robed, signed, on slate plinth, 16in. 200-300
306.    An early Georgian-style walnut mirror, oil-painted with a galleon, 24in. high and two framed butterfly collections
307.    A Victorian walnut jewellery box, with ornate moulded detail, 10.5in., a bronzed metal Marley horse, mirrored on wall bracket, two etchings, etc.
308.    A De La Rue "Onoto" hard rubber fountain pen and three other pens
309.    A Victorian meerschaum pipe, carved in the form of a female portrait bust, within original leather case and one other carved briar novelty pipe, as viewed
310.    A large continental tapestry wall-hanging, hunting scenes and brights flowers, 74 x 44in.
311.    Three patinated figures, African females, tallest 20in., collection of copper coins and two framed pictures
312.    A pair of large, early Victorian papier mache trays, oval-shape, graded sizes, gilded detail with mother of pearl inlay, 30in. and 24in. - some wear 60-80
313.    A pair of Victorian patinated spelter statuettes, each a classical female after R. Richard, 16in., shoe-last, four framed paintings, etc
314.    An Indian 12-bore percussion musket, with walnut stock, complete with ram-rod, 43in. 100-150
315.    A 19th century French wrought iron cradle, rocking on end supports, 3ft. long - as viewed
316.    Wood and metal household ornaments
317.    Various decorative pictures
318.    A Ferranti bakelite radio, 17.5in. high 60-80
319.    A Kymo electric engineering lathe, an oak longcase clock hood, Victorian copper saucepan and two copper saucepan covers, etc.
320.    A cream faux leather case, containing fitted dressing set and a pair of child's light wood single chairs
321.    Small African ivory carvings, a Victorian bone bodkin, button hook, 12 items total
322.    An early Victorian walnut and marquetry box, 9.5in., mahogany mantel clock with timepiece movement, 9in. high, modern Chinese wood carvings, etc.
323.    A large quantity of radio valves, many boxed
324.    A 19th century Swiss "bells in sight" cylinder musical box, one-piece steel comb, three bells, maker B. H. A., grained rosewood case with simulated inlay, cylinder 6.25in. - some teeth damaged 80-100
325.    An engineer's oak tool cabinet, panelled front enclosing an arrangement of drawers, 18in.
326.    A Victorian Brighton souvenir box, printed with a view of the coastline and Chain Pier, further views of the Royal Pavilion and a Regency terrace, 5in. 150-200
327.    A glass lustre light shade, pair of similar wall lights, Smith's gilt sunburst wall clock and a pair of Chinese porcelain table lamps
328.    A Victorian petit-point needlework picture, mother feeding young child, 20 x 16in., moulded gilt frame, together with two petit-point needlework drapes 60-80
329.    A large silk and sequin picture, bright peacock design, 42 x 20in. and one other needlework picture, stork design, also to include a claret velvet and gold thread table cover
330.    An Asprey's leather briefcase, green leather, Bramah lock with key, design registered circa 1900 100-150
331.    A 19th century Anglo-Indian desk-top storage box, bobbin panels enclosing seven storage frames, single parquetry drawer beneath, 10.5in. wide 100-150
332.    A WWI bayonet, pair of fencing swords, replica pistol and a small Eastern dagger
333.    A banjo, silver-mounted walking stick and a collection of household ornaments
334.    A Philips globe, novelty pipes including meerschaum, vintage cameras, etc.
335.    Household ornaments, wood, metal and ceramic, includes cigarette lighters
336.    Five various fishing rods, four with spinning reels
337.    An enamelled cheroot holder, in original leather case and various pencils
338.    A retailer's set of Farthing knives, 17 total contained within retailer's boxes
339.    A primitive First Aid Outfit, contained within tin case
340.    Two violins, each with 14in. back, cased and a hinged case containing two violin bows 180-220
341.    An Indian Police truncheon, turned rosewood with inlaid bone detail, 16in.
342.    An Eastern copper wind instrument, elaborately engraved with embossed brass mounts and dragon terminal, 16in.
343.    A 19th century lignum vitae string dispenser, cylindrical form with cover, 6.25in. 50-60
344.    An Arts and Crafts stamp box, mahogany with inlaid starling, 3in.
345.    An early Victorian rosewood writing box, enclosed slope and fittings including pair of glass inkwells, single drawer, flush-fitting brass mounts, 14in. 60-80
346.    A Columbia Grafonola portable gramophone, complete with winding crank handle
347.    A vintage telephone receiver, black bakelite with chrome dial
348.    An American Masonic dress sword, straight, double-edged blade with etching and gilding, engraved ivory grip, within scabbard, blade 27in. 100-150
349.    A swordstick, straight, single-edged blade, 29in., African hardwood with carved portrait hand-piece, within scabbard 80-100
350.    Wood and metal household items, carving set, pipe-rack, collection of marbles, etc.
351.    A rosewood case containing drawing instruments, quart tankard, aneroid barometer, etc.
352.    Three kris, two contained within scabbards, a variety of daggers, each within sheath and two arrows
353.    A large collection of biscuit tins
354.    A cast bronze turtle, 4.5in., silver folding fruit knife, two silver thimbles, etc.
355.    A Victorian monocular, signed Bate, London, opening in six sections 150-200
356.    An ivory tusk carving, carved in the form of a crocodile, 20in. 50-70
357.    A collection of various badges
358.    A gilt-metal dressing table set, four pieces including timepiece
359.    A porfolio of paintings and prints
360.    A scrimshaw walrus tooth, engraved with a leaping whale, 3.5in. 100-150
361.    A hand-built wood model of a fishing boat, single-masted with deck details, plinth 16in.
362.    Small collectables, including hand telescope, small cast bronze plaque, circular portrait roundel, cigar lighter, pastry crimper etc.
363.    A Webley air pistol, Mark 1, 8in. long 60-80
364.    A Webley air pistol, Junior Mark 2, 7in. long, in original box 50-60
365.    A Mappin & Webb lizard-skin handbag and other evening accessories
366.    An ivory bangle, rope-twist design and a Chinese nutshell carved with numerous figures
367.    An ivory carving, group of camel, calf camel and handler, on wood plinth, 3.5in. high and a small carved ivory bird, on wood plinth
368.    A percussion rifle, with walnut stock and ramrod 120-150
369.    Two Victorian copper kettles, pair of Victorian brass candlesticks, pair of silver plated Corinthian column candlesticks, other plated ware, etc.
370.    A 19th century brass-inlaid writing box, other boxes and two silver-mounted walking sticks 50-60
371.    A Third Reich dress sword, brass-mounted grip cast with oak leaves and emblem, curved, single-edged blade, 32in., within scabbard 140-180
372.    Seven ivory/bone carvings, French pierced bone fan and three other items 60-80
373.    A modern French chess set, Napoleonic pieces, with board, boxed
374.    A set of six mid-19th century French fashion plates, each hand-coloured and entitled, circa 1853, 10.5 x 7in.
375.    A 19th century Black Forest carved softwood liqueur stand, in the form of a bear carrying bear-cub and back-pack decanter holder, on oval mound base, 9in. high - minor damage; decanter and tots lacking SEE ILLUSTRATION 200-300
376.    A Bell's Royal commemorative whisky bell, with contents, unopened within original packaging, together with Royal Celebration Ale, boxed and two bottles of French table wine commemorating V.E. Day, 1995
377.    A quantity of ornamental brassware, household ornaments and pictures
378.    A chess set, boxwood, complete, Chinese carved wood Buddha, pair of carved wood elephants, etc.
379.    A complete set of six Victorian cock-fighting aquatints, each numbered and titled, after N. Fielding, circa 1853, each in mahogany frame, 12 x 14in. 60-80
380.    19th century and later prints, including set of three shooting engravings after Alkin
381.    A George V officer's sword, etched 32in. blade and pierced hilt, within scabbard 70-80
382.    Wood and metal ornaments, including a carved oak Reynolds Angel and a knob kerrie
383.    Three early 20th century microscopes, two in original mahogany boxes, the other in original oak box
384.    An early 20th century refractometer, contained within original mahogany case and a similar micro-optical instrument
385.    An 1827 pattern naval officer's sword, straight, single-edged blade, 29in., fish-skin grip with lion pommel, contained within brass-mounted scabbard 150-200
386.    A small collection of photographic material, onyx-cased barometer, silver-mounted riding crop with horn handle, etc.
387.    A mahogany compendium of games, indistinct Dublin retailer's mark, 15in. 60-80
388.    A Victorian sarcophagus-shape rosewood tea caddy and a Victorian-style mahogany writing box
389.    An assortment of household ornaments, including framed pictures, also to include five large framed pictures
390.    G. Limousin - patinated bronze sculpture, two seagulls, signed, marble plinth, 8in. high - casting repair needed 100-150
391.    A moulded resin jazz band, female singer, seven instrumentalists, baby grand piano and drum set 50-70
392.    A Third Reich NSFK pilot's badge, 1950's, first type,
393.    A carved mineral sculpture, torso and legs of a Cycladic figure, on marble plinth, 5.5in. - head missing
394.    An assortment of table linen, including Victorian christening gown and bonnet, dress, crochet and a collection of costume jewellery, five watches
395.    An Armand Marseille bisque doll, mould 370 and various composition dolls 50-80
396.    Dinky Toys Foden flat-truck with chains, similar eight-wheeled diesel wagon and a quantity of other die-cast toys
397.    Six Pelham Puppets and a painted wood and composition puppet
398.    Four early post-war Dinky toys, two-tone Morris Oxford and other die-cast toys
399.    A Moroccan-style draughts/backgammon set, brightly inlaid 50-60
400.    Dinky Toys, 152 Austin Devon Saloon, two-tone green and lilac and five other Dinky toys including Jaguar XK120 Coupe, each in original box, very good; boxes good 70-100
401.    Matchbox Models of Yesteryear, first series, Y1, Y2, Y3, Y4 and Y8 and second series Y15, each in original box, very good; boxes good and five other later boxed die-cast toy vehicles 50-70
402.    Schuco 1006 Motodrill, early post-war, lithographed tinplace, with key, in original box, very good; box tape-repaired 50-60
403.    A collection of modern die-cast toy vehicles, contained within stained and moulded wood cabinets
404.    A Moko Muffin Junior, die-cast metal, good and boxed
405.    An Armand Marseille My Dream Baby bisque doll, mould 351, with open mouth, cloth body, 14in.
406.    Fourteen various Matchbox Medals of Yesteryear, including delivery vans
407.    A Ferrari child-size toy car, battery-operated, finished in Ferrari red, complete with Italian-made two-speed motor, complete with battery and charger, 4ft. 4in. 80-120
408.    A 19th century French wax-over-composition doll, with kid-leather body, clothed with bonnet, 16in. - face cracked
409.    A small quantity of die-cast toy vehicles, etc.
410.    A Staunton-pattern chess set, turned and ebonised wood, in pine box and various household games 50-60
411.    A quantity of toy vehicles, many good and boxed
412.    A quantity of toy vehicles and other toys, largely good and boxed
413.    Four sets of solid-cast toy soldiers, a collection of boys' comics and a tinplate toy boatman
414.    Hornby Sheffield Pullman set, together with a painted metal model, Flying Scotsman, with eight-wheeled tender, 2.5in. gauge and a Match of the Day set, both good and boxed
415.    Early Corgi toys, seven total, contained within original blue boxes, various 1950's Dinky Toys, some original boxes, toys good; boxes poor-fair and modern die-cast toy vehicles 150-200
416.    A large collection of theatre programmes, including Connaught Worthing, 1950's
417.    An autographed cricket bat, an England test team, framed
418.    An early 18th century map of Chester by Robert Morden, with hand-coloured detail, 14 x 16in. 60-80
419.    A map of Gloucestershire by John Speed, 1610, with hand-coloured detail, 15 x 20in. 80-120
420.    A New Map of Sussex, 1801, by John Cary, hand-coloured detail, 19 x 21in.
421.    An 18th century map of Sussex by R. Morden, hand-coloured detail, 14 x 17in. and a 19th century map, Arundel, Rye and Hastings, 9 x 7in.
422.    Seven AA car badges and five related tyre pressure gauges
423.    Sussex Masonic regalia, contained within original black vinyl case
424.    Press Association photographs of Churchill, early post-war, frameless 100-150
425.    Various early local post and photographs and luncheon menus, pre-war 60-80
426.    A large football collection, 1960's-1980's programmes include quantity of Brighton and Arsenal, books includes Rothman's Year Book, memorabilia 50-100
427.    Three various stamp albums and contents
428.    An early Victorian lithograph, Worthing, panoramic view from the sea, 12 x 20in., circa 1860 100-150
429.    A mid-18th century map of Sussex, by Eman Bowen, line-engraved with hand-coloured detail, circa 1753, 21 x 27in. 100-150
430.    A collection of postcards, contained within filing drawer
431.    Chats on English China, by A. Hayden, pub. Fisher Unwin, 1906, cloth and other reference books
432.    Various autographed postcards, including Max Miller, cloth volume, Gone With The Wind autographed by Vivien Leigh, etc.

433.    Miller's price guides, ten volumes
434.    Ephemera largely relating to Chichester and Bognor 50-60
435.    Harrington Motors, Hove and Worthing, two albums containing promotional photographs of early post-war vehicles 120-150
436.    J. K. Rowling - signed first edition, Order of the Phoenix, pub. Bloomsbury, 2003, signed with Happy Birthday script to Douglas in ball-point with dust wrapper 100-150
437.    A quantity of household books, including Victorian half-calf
438.    A Victorian black slate mantel clock, with French bell-striking movement with key and pendulum, 12in. wide
439.    A 19th century French brass mantel clock, architectural form with urn surmount, a lion-mask ring handle to each side, bell-striking movement, with key, 18in. 100-150
440.    A 19th century French gilt-spelter and marble clock garniture, clock with painted dial, bell-striking movement, a female water carrier alongside, pair of two-handled vases, each on rouge marble plinth, with key, clock 18in. high
441.    A 19th century ebonised wall clock, with ormolu mounts, gong-striking movement, with key and pendulum, 34in. 70-100
442.    A burr walnut mantel clock, concave-shape with engine-turned dial and an Edwardian inlaid mahogany mantel clock, 10.25in., timepiece movements 60-80
443.    A Victorian black slate and rouge marble mantel clock, enamelled dial with gong-striking movement, architectural case, with pendulum, 20in. high 50-60
444.    A Victorian black slate mantel clock, architectural form with gong-striking movement, no key or pendulum, 17in. wide
445.    A collection of mantel clock bezels, assorted dials and chapter rings, several timepiece movements, etc.
446.    An American walnut shelf clock, three mantel clocks and a variety of mantel clock spare parts
447.    A quantity of clock keys, and a small 19th century wall clock with birdcage movement
448.    Eight various clock weights, pendulum bobs, PLEASE NOTE the small 19th century wall clock with "birdcage" movement, .- latter moved to previous lot
449.    An early Victorian burr walnut wheel barometer, silvered dial signed Bryson, Optician, Edinburgh, number 442, silvered thermometer dial above, case carved with leaf and C-scrolls, registered date 1848, 3ft. 4in. high 120-150
450.    A 19th century Connecticut mantel clock, enamelled dial and gong-striking movement in architectural carved walnut case, with key and weighted pendulum, on an oak bracket, 24in. high
451.    A Victorian walnut and parcel-ebonised mantel clock, dial signed Kleyser, London, German timepiece movement, with key and pendulum, 11in. high 60-80
451A.   A Dutch period-style wall clock, bell-striking movement, with pendulum and weights
452.    A French brass carriage clock, 6in. - with key, together with a Mordan & Co. postal scale, with weights 80-100
453.    A Victorian black slate mantel clock, with French timepiece movement, 9in. high - key missing and a Victorian burr walnut mantel clock case, 12in. - replaced timepiece
454.    An early 20th century mahogany mantel clock, silvered dial signed Benson, London, with key and pendulum, 11in.
455.    A late 19th century French desk-top timepiece, circular-shape with enamelled dial, with key, 4in. diameter
456.    A Victorian dial clock, 11in. dial signed Cornell, Tonbridge, single fusee movement, mahogany case, with keys and pendulum 100-150
457.    An early 20th century dial clock, 11in. dial and single-train fusee movement, with key and pendulum 50-60
458.    A French brass carriage clock, enamelled dial and timepiece movement, 5.75in. together with a Victorian walnut mantel clock, with brass mounts and spring-driven movement, 7.5in. - keys missing
459.    A 19th century mahogany stick barometer, with boxwood stringing, architectural pediment and silvered dial by Pozzi & Co. 200-300
460.    An Ansonia mantel clock, in architectural oak case, 15in. high and a mahogany mantel clock, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co., 8in. high, each with key 50-60
461.    A large Victorian black marble striking mantel clock, having ornate brass embellishments, no key or pendulum 80-120
462.    An Acctim wall clock, with square brass dial and chiming movement, with pendulum, two weights and key, 27in.
463.    A quantity of china tableware, including various coffee cups and saucers
464.    A pair of cut glass decanters, similar claret jug, each with stopper and other drinking glassware
465.    A quantity of household china
466.    Early 19th century Derby bone china tableware, thirteen pieces including two-handled basket, Japan-pattern, some damage and a set of six similar Royal Crown Derby coffee cups and saucers 70-80
467.    A 19th century Staffordshire Toby jug, two other Toby jugs, tallest 10in. and a graduated set of three Doulton, Burslem bone china jugs, printed with flower sprays, tallest 8.5in. 50-60
468.    Victorian and later ornamental china
469.    Mason's "Chartreuse" pattern tableware, two jugs, two dishes and vase
470.    Assorted ornamental china, including three large German vases, glassware including Caithness and Dartington
471.    A pair of Royal Doulton art pottery wall plates, a Susie Cooper part dinner service, twenty-one pieces, Whitefriars bark-effect cylindrical vase in blue-green, 9.5in., etc.
472.    A Leeds Art Pottery jardiniere stand, cylindrical-shape moulded with leafage, 26in.
473.    A quantity of household china and a Carnival glass punch set
474.    A large George Jones earthenware jardiniere, pedestal form with wrythen moulding, 15.5in. - cracked
475.    A pair of Victorian Eton College-pattern meatplates, printed in blue, other china and a set of eight Victorian cranberry wine glasses, etc.
476.    A Shelley bone china tea set, twenty-nine pieces, six various character jugs and other china
477.    A collection of glass paperweights, largely coloured glass including millefiore and two boxed Caithness weights
478.    A Victorian royal commemorative pressed glass dish, variety of glass paperweights, assorted china tableware, etc.
479.    A quantity of household china and drinking glassware
480.    A Victorian jug and basin set, two porcelain female figure pin cushions, Festival of Britain liqueur set, pair of Concorde glass paperweight souvenirs, etc.
481.    A Victorian Rockingham-type bone china teaset, twenty-five pieces including teapot and sugar bowl and other china and glassware
482.    A Zsolnay Pecs two-handled vase, converted to table lamp and other ornamental china and glassware
483.    A Royal Albert Old Country Roses dinner, tea and coffee service, eighty pieces including three-tiered cake plate 80-120
484.    A Foley bone china part dinner service, forty-eight pieces including two oval meat plates, a similar Ainsley coffee set
485.    An early 19th century Coalport bone china dessert dish, set of four Dresden porcelain dessert dishes, painted with Deutsche Blumen and other china
486.    Five royal commemorative whisky bells, 1980's
487.    A pair of cast pewter candlesticks, with broad drip-pans, 11.5in. and a lead crystal decanter with stopper, 9.5in.
488.    A graduated set of three Victorian earthenware jugs, Staffordshire bone china teaset, etc.
489.    Six French porcelain figures, some damage, other ornamental china, Booth's dessert dish, etc.
490.    A fairing, "Oysters Sir?" and other ornamental china
491.    A Wedgwood bone china dinner service, thirty-seven pieces including pair of tureens, turquoise and gilt design
492.    An amber-overlaid glass decanter, with stopper, 11.5in., silver plated entree dish and hot water jug and five cut glass dishes
493.    A Royal Doulton Rondelay-pattern part table service and other china, dinner and teaware
494.    An etched glass decanter, with stopper and other drinking glassware
495.    A quantity of ornamental china
496.    A quantity of ornamental china
497.    A 19th century earthenware figure, male seated with bird, 8.5in., Snuff Taker character jug and three other items, as viewed
498.    An assortment of ornamental china and drinking glassware
499.    A set of four glass goblets, each with a coloured bowl, eight hock glasses, each with a coloured bowl and a clear hock glass, minor rim chips 50-60
500.    A Victorian engraved glass decanter, with stopper, 9in., a pair of cut glass decanters, each with stopper, other glassware and china
501.    A quantity of ornamental china, including a 1930's Clarice Cliff dish, repaired and a replica Clarice Cliff trio
502.    A trio of three Poole dolphins, a Crown Devon jardiniere painted with pheasants, pair of Royal Crown Derby dishes, etc.
503.    Two small Beswick foals, other china, etc.
504.    Eighteen varous Goss crested china models, another, similar, unsigned
505.    A Royal Worcester pot pourri vase, in the form of an eagle supporting vase with cover, circa 1910, 9in. - cover handle repaired, together with a Royal Worcester serpent pot, 3in. 50-80
506.    A Royal Worcester bone china kingfisher, model 2666, 6.25in. 50-60
507.    A set of six Victorian wine glasses, with green bowls, 4.75in. and other coloured wine glasses and a 19th century glass fruit bowl, 11in. - some chips
508.    Two Karl Ens bird models, tallest 5.75in. and a set of three Continental porcelain bocage figures, 6in.
509.    A Gebruder Heubach piano baby and eleven items of 19th century ornamental china 50-60
510.    A Royal Doulton earthenware figure, Parson's Daughter, HN564 and a Royal Doulton bone china figure, Victorian Lady, HN1209, each with hairline crack underside
511.    A Victorian Doulton & Slater's Patent stoneware vase, globe-and-shaft form decorated in green with gilding, 17in. - neck restored
512.    A George II cordial glass, drawn-trumpet engraved with an insect, flower and buds, 5.75in. SEE ILLUSTRATION 50-70
513.    Two early 19th century glass rummers
514.    A pair of Victorian glass rummers, with fluted, tapering bowls, 6in.
515.    Four various 19th century drinking glasses, tallest 5in.
516.    Four large Royal Doulton character jugs, Falstaff, The Poacher, Don Quixote, Francis Drake, small D'Artagnan and a figure, Trotty Veck 70-80
516A.   A Royal Doulton Series ware fruit bowl, other ornamental china and a Dartington cranberry glass vase
517.    A Beswick Appaloosa Stallion, cat. ref. 1772, cream hooves 70-80
518.    Beswick Black Beauty, cat. ref. 2466 and three other Beswick horses 50-60
519.    A Beswick Shetland Pony, cat. reg. 1033, brown and five other Beswick horses
520.    A Royal Doulton horse, three-tone cream, tan and grey
521.    Beswick Beatrix Potter characters, Old Mr. Brown, Pigling Bland, Tailor of Gloucester, each in original box, four characters unboxed, very good 80-120
522.    Six Royal Doulton Beatrix Potter characters, Poppy Eyebright, Mr. Toadflax, Gemima Puddleduck, Dusty Dogwood, Foxy Whiskered Gentleman and Hunca Munca, unboxed, very good 60-80
523.    Five Royal Doulton Beatrix Potter characters, Mrs Rabbit, Peter Rabbit, Pebble, Tom Kitten, Mrs Apple, also to include Royal Doulton Pooh and Party Hat 60-80
524.    Five Royal Albert Beatrix Potter characters, a boxed set of Beatrix Potter story books and other related items
525.    Eight Coalport bone china cottage models, tallest 5in.
526.    A Charles Meigh relief-moulded stoneware Bacchus jug, crisply-moulded with a figural allegory and fruiting vines, Royal Arms mark dated 1844, 12in.- minor repairs
527.    An unusual mid-19th century ironstone ewer, factory-omitted handle, octagonal-shape with Japan pattern, 9.5in. together with a Turner relief-moulded jug, impressed marks, latter 9.5in. - pouring lip repaired 50-60
528.    A Liverpool porcelain teapot, globular-shape painted with flower sprays, with cover, circa 1780, 7in. - faults, a Newhall porcelain teapot stand and a Barr, Worcester twin-handled sugar bowl 70-100
529.    18th and early 19th century ceramic tableware, including coffee cans, coffee cups, saucers and a bat-printed teapot stand 50-100
530.    A set of three H. & R. Daniel dessert dishes, American-market Flow-Blue (4), etc.
531.    A Charles Vyse stoneware footed bowl, painted with flowers in Chinese style, incised initials and date, 1933, 7.5in. - repaired 80-100
532.    A Katzhutte earthenware figure group, semi-clothed youth and foal, 5.5in. high
533.    A pair of 19th century continental seated figures, male playing pipes, female playing stringed instrument, 5.5in.
534.    A pair of Paragon bone china plaques by F. Micklewright, oval-shape, each painted with a cavalier, signed, 9 x 6in., in moulded gilt frames SEE FRONT COVER 350-400
535.    A Sitzendorf figural candelabrum, girl holding cat, 15in., some damage, a Sitzendorf cherub salt, 6.75in., German figure of a cherub, 4.5in. and a Victorian majolica leaf-moulded dish 70-80
536.    A pair of Continental porcelain cow creamers, 6.5in. long and a pressed glass claret jug with silver plated mount
537.    A large Victorian rummer, 6.25in. and a Victorian cordial glass with conical bowl, 5in.
538.    A Continental porcelain model of a parrot, 8in. - chipped and an earthenware pig, on oval plinth, possibly Royal Doulton, indistinct mark
539.    A late Victorian miniature glass scent bottle, opaque white and clear glass, embossed silver cover, 2in.
540.    Two 19th century stoneware spirit bottles, cylindrical form, some provenance, 9in.
541.    A Lalique glass bowl, clear and frosted glass, continuously moulded with rosettes, stencilled mark Lalique, France, 10in. SEE ILLUSTRATION 150-250
542.    A Goebel/Hummel figure group, early Poole vase, hairline crack and two Quimper items
543.    Four Royal Doulton miniature character jugs, Merlin, D6536, Capt. Henry Morgan, D6469, Gone Away, D6538 and Beefeaters, also to include another, Dick Turpin, unsigned
544.    A late Victorian stoneware pipe stand, incorporating two match-holders, dated 1891, 6.5in. wide
545.    Lladro porcelain, girl carrying umbrella, 12in., three other figures and a tall Nao figure of a girl carrying water vessels, 16in. 70-100
546.    A Royal Doulton figure, Sir Winston Churchill, HN3057, another, The Wayfarer, HN2362 and a pair of Victorian bone china figures, male and female, 6.5in. - female repaired
547.    A Victorian Minton's majolica parrot, perched upon a stump, moulded pad mark, 13.75in. 100-150
548.    A pair of Davenport Stone China hydra jugs, 5in., pair of Continental porcelain "nodding head" figures, two Dutch delft salts and a pair of owl candlesticks 80-100
549.    A Poole Delphis vase, shape 85, painted with a stylised design, 16in. 50-100
550.    A Royal Doulton Sung bowl, crimson glaze-effects, signed by C. J. Noke and Fred Moore, circa 1930, 7in. SEE ILLUSTRATION 100-150
551.    A Royal Doulton Sung bowl, wooded view with toadstools in crimson glaze-effects, signed by C. J. Noke, circa 1930, 6in. SEE ILLUSTRATION 70-80
552.    A Royal Doulton flambe vase, oviform and printed with a rural view, circa 1930, 8in.
553.    A late 18th century Chinese export porcelain serving dish, oval-shape painted in underglaze blue, 10in. and other china
554.    Four Oriental miniature carved frogs
555.    Three Oriental carved ivory figures, each a labourer 120-150
556.    Three Oriental ivory netsuke, each a seated figure, tallest 1.5in. 70-80
557.    Three miniature Oriental figure carvings and a mineral carving, latter 2in.
558.    A set of five Chinese watercolours, each a full-length portrait of a gentleman, traditional Chinese dress, within gilded bamboo-effect frames, 13 x 10in. 100-150
559.    Two Imari porcelain wall plates, circular lobed shape painted in traditional colours, largest 14.5in., one plate on wood stand
560.    A 19th century Chinese porcelain beaker vase, painted with flowers and shrubs in underglaze blue, 21in. - some damage 50-80
560A.   A Satsuma vase, baluster-shape enamelled and gilded with muses, signed, 11.75in. 50-60
561.    WWI medals, group of three and miniatures, to Pte. Webb, East Yorks. Regiment, 39258 and a group of four WW2 medals, some history to latter
562.    Ten WWI medals, various and an Imperial Service Medal, latter cased
563.    A lady's 9ct. gold Rotary wristwatch, flexible 9ct. gold strap, together with a silver napkin ring 100-150
564.    A quantity of costume jewellery and a gold plated Sekonda gentleman's wristwatch
565.    Various 9ct. gold cuff-links and 9ct. scrap gold, 17.7 grams 130-150
566.    A Victorian part suite of gilt-metal jewellery, four items within original leather case and various Victorian and later brooches, etc.
567.    A lady's 9ct. gold wristwatch, other watches, jewellery and small silverware
568.    A quantity of costume jewellery, many items good and boxed 50-60
569.    A jade pendant, in the form of a marine reptile
570.    A large collection of wristwatches
571.    A George V gold sovereign, 1914 and an Edward VII gold half-sovereign, 1904 230-260
572.    A gentleman's 18ct. gold Longines wristwatch, 1950's, with subsidiary seconds, leather strap, inoperative 70-90
573.    A .935 silver-cased pocket watch, open-face with subsidiary dials
574.    A silver mounted pietra dura pendant, oval-shape, floral design, mount cast with a laurel of leaves, Birmingham 1919 100-150
575.    Silver and other jewellery, largely necklaces and brooches 70-80
576.    A quantity of costume jewellery
577.    A collection of commemorative coins, including Elvis Presley quarters, various stamps and First Day Covers
578.    A Ciro silver and marcasite lady's wristwatch, in original case, a paste-set necklace, jade necklace and matching ear-rings and a rolled gold lady's watch with matching ear-rings, cased 50-70
579.    A pearl-type necklace, with 9ct. white gold clasp and a pair of ear-rings
580.    A commemorative Olympic set, three stamp-form ingots, gold, silver and bronze, gold ingot 23.3 grams contained within fitted case 400-500
581.    A quantity of costume jewellery
582.    A quantity of costume jewellery
583.    A quantity of costume jewellery
584.    A quantity of costume jewellery, including some boxed
585.    A lady's 9ct. gold Rotary wristwatch, on flexible 9ct. gold strap 60-80
586.    A George II silver half crown, 1746, Lima 70-80
587.    A coin collection, 18th century and later copper coins and tokens 80-100
588.    A large collection of British copper coins, pre-decimal and a collection of various foreign coins 50-70
589.    A Cartier Panthere lady's wristwatch, stainless steel and yellow metal, square dial, flexible bracelet 400-600
590.    An unusual 14ct. white gold, diamond, jade and coral strawberry brooch, naturalistic design 350-400
591.    Two lady's wristwatches, two gentleman's wristwatches, costume jewellery, also to include The Wanderer Album containing world stamps
592.    An ivory bead necklace and assorted costume jewellery
593.    An 18ct. gold ring, set three small rubies and two diamond chips, ring size L/M 50-60
594.    An 18ct. gold and three-stone diamond ring, claw settings, ring size L 50-60
595.    A yellow metal cluster ring, set diamond chips and central emerald, ring size K 60-80
596.    Silver and white metal jewellery, including Celtic brooch, cast bangle and a marcasite bar brooch 60-80
597.    A quantity of costume jewellery 60-80
598.    A 19th century micro-mosaic bracelet, composed of eight ovals, landmark designs, 50-60
599.    An engine-turned silver lip-stick compact, with hinged, spring-loaded mirror plate, 2.5in.
600.    A collection of coins, pre and post decimal, some contained within bank storage cylinders
601.    An 18ct. gold and diamond ring, principal stone between diamond chips, ring size M/N 50-60
602.    A 9ct. gold pendant, set with revolving citrine, a pair of 9ct. gold and malachite ear-rings and one other pair of 9ct. gold and seed pearl ear-rings
603.    A yellow metal and diamond solitaire ring, old-cut diamond within claw setting, unmarked, approx. 0.45 ct., ring size M/N 120-150
604.    A carved coral bust, in the form of an infant, yellow metal mount, 0.5in.
605.    A collection of coins, many contained within original packaging, some commemorative 50-60
606.    Two malachite bead necklaces, other bead necklaces and a brass bangle
607.    A quantity of jeweller's cases, various
608.    A gentleman's Omega Speedmaster automatic wristwatch, black dial with subsidiary dials, stainless steel, boxed, purchased new in 2002 800-1000
609.    A quantity of coins, some commemorative, some in original packaging
610.    Uncirculated pre-decimal one penny coins, believed to be 5 total, label dated June '69 50-60
611.    An 18ct. gold, opal and diamond cluster ring, ring size M 100-150
612.    Two Edwardian 15ct. gold stick pins and a 9ct. gold necklace set pearl-type stones 50-60
613.    A quantity of costume jewellery
614.    A quantity of costume jewellery
615.    Four various bangles, Limoges portrait brooch and other costume jewellery 50-60
616.    A Victorian gilt-metal cameo brooch, portrait bust of a young female
617.    An ivory bead necklace
618.    A gold-coloured metal cigarette lighter, engine-turned, on 9ct. two-colour gold chain 300-350
619.    A collection of commemorative coins, in original packaging
620.    Banknotes, 132 face value, out of circulation 70-80
621.    Victorian seals, one 9ct. gold, two with mother of pearl grips, six total 80-100
622.    A pair of pearl-type ear-rings, a dress ring and a necklet
623.    A 1930's 18ct. white gold gentleman's wristwatch, with square dial, on 9ct. white gold strap, movement stamped S & Co., Peerless, numbered 333960 500-600
624.    A collection of gold plated bangles and bracelets 120-150
625.    A collection of wristwatches and related spare parts
626.    A yellow metal and five stone half-hoop ring, claw setting, ring size P/Q 60-80
627.    A Victorian portrait brooch, painted with the bust of a young female, 1.25in. high 70-80
628.    A 9ct. gold bracelet, designed with letters to spell Dearest, 6.5 grams 80-100
629.    Two 9ct. gold rings, half-hoop and a cluster, latter one stone missing 50-60
630.    A pair of yellow metal ear-rings, trefoil-shape, hallmarks indistinct 60-80
631.    Two tiger's-eye pendants, each within yellow metal mount
632.    A white metal eternity ring, continuously set with clear stones 80-100
633.    A modern 14ct. gold pendant, continously set with small rubies, on chain
634.    An 18ct. gold cluster ring and an 18ct. gold three-stone half-hoop ring, claw settings 150-200
635.    A white metal pendant on chain, oval-shape with enclosed portrait photograph, engraved detail throughout 50-60
636.    A Russian belt buckle, cast with flowers and leaves, 7in.

636A.   A gentleman's Seiko quartz chronograph wristwatch, stainless steel and an assortment of costume jewellery
636B.   A set of Maundy money, four gradauted silver coins, contained within original leather case
636C.   A 9ct. gold and enamelled medallion, 9.5 grams gross, 9ct. gold locket and pendant, each on chain, 7 grams gross, 9ct. gold dress ring and a portrait pendant 120-150
637.    A 22ct. gold band wedding ring, 4.8 grams and a 15ct. gold rope-twist bar brooch 120-150
638.    The Diamond Jubilee Monarch Majesty Crown Set, three crowns, boxed with certificate
639.    King Edward VIII 1936 New Strike Pattern Set, five coins, boxed with certificate
640.    A limited edition commemorative ingot set, London Olympic Games, six ingots, 6oz. total and two gold-layered ingots, Olympics 2008 and 2012 70-90
641.    Host Cities of Olympic Games, Ingot Series, five ingots including one in 9ct. gold, 1oz., original presentation box 300-350
642.    A gentleman's Omega wristwatch, stainless steel and a Seiko wristwatch
643.    Two Raymond Weil gentleman's wristwatches, one gold-plated with date-dial, the other black dial and leather strap
644.    A 9ct. gold and opal set, consisting of pendant on chain and a pair of ear-rings 70-100
645.    An 18ct. gold, ruby and diamond chip half-hoop ring, ring size Q 100-150
646.    A lady's 9ct. gold wristwatch, carved portrait cameo brooch and an assortment of costume jewellery
647.    A late Victorian leather-covered jewellery casket, with velvet-lined fittings, 11in. 50-70
648.    An 18ct. white gold and three-stone diamond half hoop ring, principal stone approx. 0.35ct., platinum claw setting, ring size L 200-300
649.    An assortment of silver plated ware, including cruet set and two sets of cutlery
650.    A quantity of silver plated ware, including cutlery
651.    Five various silver photograph frames, tallest 6.25in. 70-80
652.    Three silver photograph frames, tallest 9.25in.
653.    Nineteen various silver spoons, approx. 9.5oz. total 80-120
654.    A late Victorian engraved silver miniature timepiece, with French movement, Birmingham 1900, 3.5in. 70-80
655.    A silver urn-shape sugar caster, four silver cruets, silver tea strainer and other small silverware 50-70
656.    A pair of modern silver condiments, salt and pepper mills, each within original case 60-80
657.    A silver plated kettle, oval half-fluted form on spirit-burner stand
658.    A quantity of silver plated ware
659.    A WMF silver plated inkstand, in German Art Nouveau style, 8in. 60-80
660.    A set of six silver-handled tea knives, other sets of plated ware, all cased and other metalware
661.    A pair of silver knife-rests, with acorn finials, pair of silver sugar tongs and a small collection of silver flatware, approx. 11.5oz. weighable total 100-120
662.    A Victorian silver christening trio, Birmingham 1849, two other cased pairs of silver cutlery, glass powder bowl with engine-turned silver cover and three other items, as viewed
663.    A small quantity of silver plated ware, including a pierced cake basket
664.    An Art Deco silver plated teaset, four pieces including hot water jug and a small pierced silver pickle dish 60-80
665.    A pair of Victorian silver plated candlesticks, one other pair of silver plated candlesticks, canteen of cutlery, etc.
666.    An Edward VII miniature silver oil lamp, Birmingham 1905, 4in. long, a silver pepper caster and a silver-mounted glass pickle dish
667.    A set of six Victorian silver dessert spoons, fiddle-pattern, monogrammed, London 1854, approx. 7.5oz. total 70-80
668.    A cased set of six silver teaspoons, London 1929 and a cased set of six Art Deco silver-handled butter knives, Sheffield 1933
669.    Five various 19th century silver tablespoons, seven various 19th century silver teaspoons and two silver-handled butter knives, approx. 14oz. weighable total 140-160
670.    A set of four late Georgian engraved silver spoons, with embossed shell bowls, a silver mustard pot and a silver mustard server spoon
671.    A Waltham silver open-face pocket watch and an Omega pocket watch, in .800 silver case
672.    A canteen of silver plated cutlery, forty-five pieces for a six-place setting
673.    A silver plated tea and coffee set, four pieces, Georgian-style 50-70
674.    A Mappin & Webb Prince's Plate teaset, three pieces, silver plated cutlery, hip flask, etc.
675.    A silver plated envelope knife and matching magnifying glass, each with simulated ivory handle
676.    A quantity of silver plated cutlery, including King's pattern, pair of plated candelabra and other plated ware
677.    A canteen of silver plated cutlery, fifty pieces for a six-place setting
678.    Seventeen various silver thimbles, silver napkin ring, folding fruit knives, etc. 60-80
679.    A set of six silver coffee spoons, three other silver items, four silver plated items
680.    An unusual silver-mounted paperweight, in the form of a female portrait bust on mineral stem, circular silver base, 6in. 80-100
681.    A pair of silver-mounted cut glass urns, 4.5in., silver-mounted atomiser, similar match-strike and a silver plated cruet set
682.    A pair of silver plated entree dishes, oval-shape, each with cover and another, angular
683.    A quantity of silver plated ware, including engraved, two-handled tray and a pewter tea-urn 50-60
684.    A miniature George III silver pendant box, engraved with initials, Birmingham 1809, 0.75in.
685.    A Victorian inkstand, silver plate on copper and other plated ware
686.    A pair of silver salts, London 1900, modern silver coaster and five other small silver items
687.    A silver pedestal sweetmeat dish, Birmingham 1928, silver condiment trio, pair of embossed silver condiments and a pair of silver server spoons, approx. 9oz. total 100-130
688.    A silver snuff box, oval-shape with spring-loaded cover, Birmingham 1905, monogrammed
689.    An Indian Sterling cigarette box, with elaborately detailed niello hinged cover, 5.25in. - personalised 50-60
690.    An engine-turned silver cigarette case, with translucent blue-enamelled hinged cover, Birmingham 1930 50-60
691.    A George III silver scent bottle holder, probably Samuel Pemberton, original cut glass scent bottle with stopper enclosed, maker's mark only, 1.75in. 50-70
692.    A Sterling silver vesta case, embossed in rococo style, 2.5in.
693.    A Walker & Hall silver plated kettle, embossed with acanthus leafage, on stand with spirit burner
694.    A 19th century continental silver dessert spoon and matching fork, .835 silver napkin ring, dessert server and four other items 100-130
695.    A Walker & Hall teaset, teapot, two-handled sugar bowl and milk jug, oval-shape with engraved detail
696.    A quantity of silver plated tableware, including two-handled trophy, 8in.
697.    A silver plated motoring club trophy, two similar shields and related car badge
698.    A set of six Chinese silver coffee spoons, with figurehead terminals
699.    A late Victorian cast silver buckle, London 1898 and a pair of miniature silver portrait photograph frames
700.    An early 18th century Norwegian silver peg tankard, cover embossed with leafage, recumbent lion thumb-piece, six cast pegs to interior, cylindrical body embossed with flowers, on three claw and ball feet, maker's mark W B, engraved and personalised cartouche, approx. 33oz., 8.75in. high - cover formerly with inset coin SEE ILLUSTRATION 1000-1500
701.    A Chinese silver model of a slipper, embossed with scrolls and cloud-frets, 4in. 50-60
702.    A cased set of six white metal teaspoons and a Spanish five Pesetas silver coin, 1871, modified to form folding knife
703.    A 19th century Continental silver box, rectangular-shape embossed with children at play in rococo style, 1.5in. 70-80
704.    A silver plated wine cooler, campana-shape with twin handles, 10in.
705.    A 19th century Dutch silver tea canister, embossed in rococo-style, with cover, 5.25in. 150-200
706.    A pair of silver candlesticks, Adam-style on square bases, London 1896, 6.75in. - loaded 100-150
707.    A silver photograph frame, with ribbon cresting, 6.25in. high and another similar
708.    A Walker & Hall plated set of cutlery, thirty-four pieces for six-place setting and other plated cutlery

709.    A Victorian silver communion goblet, London 1881, similar paten, 6in., engraved silver vesta case, approx. 10.5oz. total and a silver-mounted walnut pepper pot 100-150
710.    Silver flatware, including sifter spoon, Victorian caddy spoon, approx. 11.5oz. weighable total, etc. - 18 items total 100-150
711.    A French silver canteen of cutlery, sixty-three pieces total for a twelve-place setting, approx. 130oz. total SEE ILLUSTRATION 1000-1500
712.    A French silver plated inkstand, plated salt and pepper mill, plated hand mirror, etc.
713.    French and other silver flatware, various, approx. and six plated items 140-180
714.    A cased set of twelve silver coffee spoons, complete with sugar tongs, Sheffield 1919, contained within original fitted leather case, approx. 5.5oz. total 60-80
715.    A quantity of silver plated ware, including cutlery
716.    Small silver, including circular salt, posy vase and a sweetmeat basket, 8 items total 80-120
717.    A quantity of silver plated and other metalware
718.    A late Victorian set of six silver apostle coffee spoons, Sheffield 1900, contained within original fitted leather case 80-120
719.    A Victorian engraved silver goblet, Birmingham 1888, 6.75in. and a Victorian half-reeded silver goblet, London 1896, 6.5in., approx. 10oz. total 90-120
720.    An Edward VII white metal stand, rectangular-shape with twin-cast handles, on claw and ball feet, London 1903, approx. 8oz., 8in. 70-80
721.    A silver christening trio, knife, fork and spoon, London 1857, contained within original leather case 70-80
722.    An early Victorian silver christening trio, knife, fork and spoon, Sheffield 1843, personalised, contained within original fitted leather case 80-100
723.    A George II silver card tray, square-shape with re-entrant corners, crested, London 1727, approx. 5oz., 5.5in. 100-150
724.    An unusual Edward VII silver toasting fork, three-pronged, Sheffield 1909, 15in. 60-80
725.    Two Victorian silver plated meat skewers, pair of pierced plated wine coolers, two cased sets of spoons with server, etc.
726.    A set of five silver coffee spoons, Victorian set of four silver coffee spoons, silver fish server, silver-mounted glass dressing bottle and an Eastern engraved coaster 50-60
726A.   A cased silver dressing set, five pieces including bevelled hand-mirror, Birmingham 1927 and a modern, boxed silver dish, 4.25in.
726B.   A cast silver belt buckle, W. Comyns, London 1898, silver charm bracelet, two silver napkin rings, etc. 50-70
726C.   A three-piece silver plated teaset, other plated ware, biscuit barrel and a large stipple engraving, Sailor Boy's Return, framed
727.    A Georgian toddy ladle, with twisted whalebone handle, inset coin dated 1757, bowl detached SEE ILLUSTRATION
728.    A George III silver toddy ladle, with twisted whalebone handle, London 1801 SEE ILLUSTRATION
729.    A George III silver toddy ladle, with twisted whalebone handle, shaped bowl with inset coin, circa 1757 SEE ILLUSTRATION 50-70
730.    An 18th century white metal toddy ladle, possibly French, with twisted whalebone handle and one other toddy ladle, latter a.f. SEE ILLUSTRATION
731.    A George III silver toddy ladle, with bright-cut ornament, twisted whalebone handle, London 1787 SEE ILLUSTRATION 50-60
732.    A George III toddy ladle, white metal with twisted whalebone handle SEE ILLUSTRATION
733.    A George III white metal toddy ladle, with inset coin, twisted whalebone handle SEE ILLUSTRATION
734.    An oak cutlery canteen, containing eighty-seven pieces of EPNS matching cutlery 50-70
735.    An embossed silver christening mug, Sheffield 1901, a silver pepper caster, Birmingham 1892 and two silver-mounted glass pepper pots 70-80
736.    An Edward VII silver christening pair, spoon and fork, within original fitted leather case 60-80
737.    A pair of late Victorian silver candlesticks, spiral-fluted form on circular bases, Sheffield hallmarks indistinct, possibly 1893, 7in. - loaded 70-100
738.    A pair of late Victorian silver candlesticks, spiral-fluted form on circular bases, London 1893, 7in. - loaded; matching previous lot 80-100
739.    Four prints after Birket-Foster and other pictures
740.    A. Godin - oil on board, portrait bust of a young girl, signed, labelled verso Studienkopf, 9 x 7in. 80-120
741.    A pair of 19th century portrait miniatures, male and female in profile, unsigned, framed and an oval portrait miniature on ivory
742.    Pierre Devain-Lesage - oil on board, seaside view with bathing machines, signed, 5 x 12in. 70-100
743.    Mortimer Mempes (1860-1938) - mixed media, ancient ruins, signed, 18 x 13.5in. SEE ILLUSTRATION 180-250
744.    Pauline Brown - seaside paddling, 4.5 x 5.5in. and a pair of gouache desert scenes
745.    A 19th century aquatint, Running to Anchor off the North East Coast, after J. W. Carmichael, 7 x 10in.
746.    Francis Russell Flint - watercolour, call coastal waters, signed, 10.5 x 14in. 50-80
747.    A small watercolour sketch signed T. Rowlandson, a pauper entitled Scraps thankfully Received, 4 x 5.5in. 200-300
748.    An oil on board - a prize bull, indistinctly signed, 9 x 11in. 50-70
749.    A pair of watercolours, Grand Prix racers, 9 x 6in. 200-300
750.    Lionel Edwards - pastel drawing, hunts-people and spying fox, signed, 16 x 11in. 100-150
751.    J. Gunstan - pastel drawing, huntsman on grey horse, signed, 11 x 14in. 100-150
752.    A pastel drawing, racehorses and spectators, indistinctly signed, dated 1900, 10 x 14in. 100-150
753.    Maud Earl - pencil sketch, group of three hounds, signed, 8 x 10in. 100-150
754.    Attributed to G. Holliday - first World War six-horse gun team, initialled, 10 x 16in. 100-150
755.    Studdy - quintet of singing dogs, signed and dated '22. Now believed to be a PRINT 100-150
756.    Joseph Fruhmesser - oil on canvas, panoramic rural view, signed, 20 x 24in.
757.    A. Pearce - modern oil on canvas, two ladies walking alongside river, 12 x 16in. and a small oil on board, mountainous riverscape, 4.5 x 6.5in.
758.    Dion Pears - oil on canvas, bonfire scene with tall trees, signed, 16 x 20in. 50-70
759.    A pair of 19th century pen and wash drawings, portraits of a gentleman and lady, indistinctly named verso, unsigned, 9 x 8in., original moulded gilt frames, together with a comical colour print 50-60
760.    Thomas Spinks (fl. 1872-1907) - oil on canvas, riverscape with grazing cattle, dated 1875, 12 x 20in. 300-500
761.    A Victorian oil on canvas, portrait of a gentleman, 15 x 12in., together with a still life oil on canvas, 24 x 20in. and a painted armorial crest
762.    W. Buxton - still life watercolour, bottle of brandy and other items, signed and dated 1900, 9.5 x 12in.
763.    Martyn Naseef - mixed media, portrait of a gentleman, 38 x 28in.
764.    G. Roermeester - crayon drawing, riverside with rural building, signed, 12 x 18in.
765.    An oil on board, ship on rough seas, believed to be by Frank H. Mason, 7 x 10.5in.
766.    Pair of J. Steven Deins - signed limited edition prints, Racing Yachts, Phoenix off Greenwich, titled verso, 22 x 32in.
767.    Domingo - portrait of Carla, signed, limited edition print, 20 x 16in.
768.    Domingo - pair of prints, portraits of Carla, signed, limited editions, 16 x 11in.
769.    Sebastian - oil on canvas, dusk-lit quayside, signed, 16 x 24in.
770.    L. S. Lowry - limited edition print entitled Yachts, 18 x 24in.
771.    A Victorian aquatint, French Diligence, a portrait mezzotint and three other engravings
772.    An oil portrait, seated gentleman, four other paintings and six various prints
773.    Giacometta - paper laid on board, young family at prayer, signed, 9.5 x 7in. 150-200
774.    L. Sampson - watercolour, autumn landscape, signed and dated '94, 22 x 15in.
775.    A pair of early 19th century sepia watercolours, each entitled verso, Near Llanrwst, Near Capel Curig, 3 x 4in.
776.    G. E. Schenk - pair of watercolours, entitled End of the Valley, Springtime on the Cliffs, signed and dated 1912, 10 x 14in. 200-300
777.    Two 19th century watercolours, desert view with resting camel, 5 x 7in., continental town with church, 4 x 3in., both unsigned
778.    H. B. Freer - watercolour, French battleship, 5.5 x 12in., a pastel portrait, signed Bohner and a riverscape watercolour 70-80
779.    Jane Hyde Fraser - watercolour, Irish cottage interior, initialled and dated 1910, 14 x 20in.
780.    Two still life oil paintings and six other pictures
781.    A 19th century still life watercolour, fruit and flowers, unsigned, 9 x 12in. and one other watercolour, signed P. Smith
782.    R. Wilson - Victorian oil on canvas, coastal view with fisherfolk, signed and dated 1867, 11 x 14in. 80-120
783.    F. J. Aldridge - pair of watercolours, large sailing boats, signed, 10.5 x 4.5in. 100-150
784.    Ragman - watercolour, Austrian Man-O-War saluting Gravesend, signed and dated 1889 140-180
785.    A pair of George III tinsel portraits, Princess Charlotte, Prince Leopold, 1796, set of three small watercolours, named views of Liverpool and two other items
786.    Jacques Villon (1875-1963) - coloured engraving after Cezanne, group of men seated at table, engraved Grave par Jacques Villon, with date 1929, signed by Villon in pencil on mount, limited edtion of 200, 19 x 24in. 200-300
787.    Brandsma - oil on canvas, portrait bust of a young girl, signed, 12 x 10in.
788.    L.G. Coxhead - three oils on board, East Sussex views, signed, entitled verso, largest 16 x 20in.
789.    Llewellyn Petley-Jones - oil on canvas, portrait of R. Stephen Williams, writer and broadcaster, signed and dated '57, 30 x 25in., also to include a cloth-bound book, Flowing Bowl by Stephen Williams
790.    Adrian Ryan - oil on canvas, labelled verso Road to Montauroux, Provence, unsigned, 14 x 10in. and other pictures