Antiques & Collectables Sale on
Tuesday 16th July 2013
Saturday 13th July at 9a.m. - 1p.m.
Monday 15th July at 9a.m. - 4p.m.
Lots: 401-450 of 790
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Lot Description and Estimate Images Sold For
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
Estimate: 50-70

40
402

Schuco 1006 Motodrill, early post-war, lithographed tinplace, with key, in original box, very good; box tape-repaired
Estimate: 50-60

140
403

A collection of modern die-cast toy vehicles, contained within stained and moulded wood cabinets

70
404

A Moko Muffin Junior, die-cast metal, good and boxed

60
405

An Armand Marseille My Dream Baby bisque doll, mould 351, with open mouth, cloth body, 14in.

30
406

Fourteen various Matchbox Medals of Yesteryear, including delivery vans

20
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.
Estimate: 80-120

240
408

A 19th century French wax-over-composition doll, with kid-leather body, clothed with bonnet, 16in. - face cracked

10
409

A small quantity of die-cast toy vehicles, etc.

20
410

A Staunton-pattern chess set, turned and ebonised wood, in pine box and various household games
Estimate: 50-60

50
411

A quantity of toy vehicles, many good and boxed

90
412

A quantity of toy vehicles and other toys, largely good and boxed

70
413

Four sets of solid-cast toy soldiers, a collection of boys' comics and a tinplate toy boatman

20
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

40
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
Estimate: 150-200

500
416

A large collection of theatre programmes, including Connaught Worthing, 1950's

90
417

An autographed cricket bat, an England test team, framed

25
418

An early 18th century map of Chester by Robert Morden, with hand-coloured detail, 14 x 16in.
Estimate: 60-80

    
419

A map of Gloucestershire by John Speed, 1610, with hand-coloured detail, 15 x 20in.
Estimate: 80-120

170
420

A New Map of Sussex, 1801, by John Cary, hand-coloured detail, 19 x 21in.

20
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.

20
422

Seven AA car badges and five related tyre pressure gauges

25
423

Sussex Masonic regalia, contained within original black vinyl case

    
424

Press Association photographs of Churchill, early post-war, frameless
Estimate: 100-150

100
425

Various early local post and photographs and luncheon menus, pre-war
Estimate: 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
Estimate: 50-100

65
427

Three various stamp albums and contents

120
428

An early Victorian lithograph, Worthing, panoramic view from the sea, 12 x 20in., circa 1860
Estimate: 100-150

    
429

A mid-18th century map of Sussex, by Eman Bowen, line-engraved with hand-coloured detail, circa 1753, 21 x 27in.
Estimate: 100-150

260
430

A collection of postcards, contained within filing drawer

20
431

Chats on English China, by A. Hayden, pub. Fisher Unwin, 1906, cloth and other reference books

10
432

Various autographed postcards, including Max Miller, cloth volume, Gone With The Wind autographed by Vivien Leigh, etc.

210
433

Miller's price guides, ten volumes

    
434

Ephemera largely relating to Chichester and Bognor
Estimate: 50-60

50
435

Harrington Motors, Hove and Worthing, two albums containing promotional photographs of early post-war vehicles
Estimate: 120-150

120
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
Estimate: 100-150

120
437

A quantity of household books, including Victorian half-calf

100
438

A Victorian black slate mantel clock, with French bell-striking movement with key and pendulum, 12in. wide

25
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.
Estimate: 100-150

190
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

45
441

A 19th century ebonised wall clock, with ormolu mounts, gong-striking movement, with key and pendulum, 34in.
Estimate: 70-100

50
442

A burr walnut mantel clock, concave-shape with engine-turned dial and an Edwardian inlaid mahogany mantel clock, 10.25in., timepiece movements
Estimate: 60-80

40
443

A Victorian black slate and rouge marble mantel clock, enamelled dial with gong-striking movement, architectural case, with pendulum, 20in. high
Estimate: 50-60

40
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.

35
446

An American walnut shelf clock, three mantel clocks and a variety of mantel clock spare parts

30
447

A quantity of clock keys, and a small 19th century wall clock with birdcage movement

90
448

Eight various clock weights, pendulum bobs, PLEASE NOTE the small 19th century wall clock with "birdcage" movement, .- latter moved to previous lot

30
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
Estimate: 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

20
 
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