Antiques, Furniture, Collectables & Household Effects Sale
on Tuesday 16th February 2016

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1.      A Victorian mahogany overmantel, inset with a large petit-point needlework tapestry, 3ft. 6in. high £50-70
2.      A Scottish George III mahogany bureau bookcase, pair of thirteen-pane astragal-glazed doors enclosing three adjustable shelves, three short drawers beneath, fall-front enclosing an arrangement of pigeonholes, drawers and central cupboard, single drawer beneath and panelled cupboard base enclosing three sliding trays, circa 1770, 3ft. 6in. £350-400
3.      A dark oak Globe Wernicke bookcase, four glazed sections with base drawer, 2ft. 10in. £120-150
4.      A Victorian walnut desk, inset leather top above three drawers with two brushing slides, three further drawers to each pedestal, replacement wood handles, 3ft. 6in. £50-70
5.      A Sheraton-period mahogany elbow chair, with cane seat, on front turned legs, and a child's cane-seated correction chair
6.      An early 19th century inlaid mahogany chest, three short and three long graduated drawers, replacement turned wood knob handles, 3ft. 7in. £70-100
7.      A Victorian mahogany double bedstead, panelled headboard with flame veneers, with spring base, 4ft. 6in.
8.      A late 17th century Flemish walnut cupboard, with single drawer, geometrically-moulded cupboard door, 3ft. £150-200
9.      An early Victorian Brazilian rosewood cylinder desk, over-shelf on shaped brackets, cylinder top enclosing an arrangement of pigeonholes, drawers and sliding writing surface, panelled cupboard base between columns, circa 1850, 3ft. 6in. - minor faults £200-300
10.     A Victorian mahogany towel rail, brass-mounted occasional table and an upholstered box-stool
11.     A late Victorian dark, carved oak occasional table, square-shape on baluster-turned underframe, 1ft. 6in., a dark, carved pine side table, 2ft. 6in., and a turned beech elbow chair, with upholstered seat
12.     An Edwardian mahogany Sutherland table, on square legs, 2ft.
13.     A Kemble Minx miniature piano, seven-octave keyboard and overstrung iron frame, mahogany case £50-70
14.     An early 20th century inlaid mahogany kneehole desk, inset leather top with two shallow drawers, arrangement of five drawers beneath, all oak-lined, on fluted tapering legs with casters, 3ft. 11in. - one side rail old repair £100-150
15.     A George IV mahogany drop-leaf centre table, mock frieze drawer with ebonised wood handles, pedestal stem with four outswept legs and brass paw terminals, 2ft. 10in.
16.     A George III mahogany side table, single drawer with original oval, pressed brass handles, pine-lined, square tapering legs, circa 1800, 2ft. 6in. £50-70
17.     A Chippendale-style mahogany coffee table, rectangular-shape with two shallow end-drawers, four mock drawer-fronts, moulded square legs with spandrels, 3ft. 6in. together with a burr walnut wine table
18.     A George III mahogany drop-leaf breakfast table, with opposing frieze drawers, on tapering pedestal stem and four outswept legs with brass casters, 2ft. 9in. £80-120
19.     A late George III bow-fronted mahogany corner cupboard, wall-hanging, enclosed by a pair of doors with brass H-hinges, 3ft. 6in. high - five lower mouldings detached and retained
20.     A mahogany side table, undertier with single drawer, 2ft., together with a Victorian three-tiered table with drawer, formerly wash-stand, and one other mahogany two-tiered table
21.     A set of three Regency-period mahogany dining chairs, horizontal, reeded bar-backs, on moulded front sabre legs, and a near-matching single chair, all circa 1820 £60-80
22.     A George III mahogany bow-fronted chest, two short and two long drawers, each cock-beaded and mahogany-lined, now on bracket feet, with original key, circa 1800, 3ft. - replacement brass hardware £100-150
23.     A neo-classical gilt mirror, oval-shape with urn and phoenix cresting, bevelled plate, 2ft. 9in. wide
24.     An early 19th century mahogany occasional table, two-tiered with single drawer, on casters, 1ft. 8in. - cut-down whatnot
25.     A George III mahogany bureau, feather-veneered fall-front enclosing an arrangement of drawers, pigeonholes and central cupboard, two short and three long drawers beneath, each oak and pine-lined with original oval, pressed brass handles commemorating death of General Abercrombie, 1781, 3ft. 9in. - fall-front one moulding lacking £150-200
26.     A Victorian mahogany chest, two short and three long drawers, drawer-fronts with boxwood line-inlay, cast rococo handles and escutcheons, bracket feet, 3ft. 2in. £100-150
27.     A George III mahogany chest, two short and three long cock-beaded drawers, pine-lined, on ogee bracket feet, 3ft. 1in. - faults £100-150
28.     A George II-style mahogany mirror, rectangular with elaborately-shaped cresting and gilded ho-ho bird, 1ft. 11in. high
29.     A Chippendale period mahogany dining chair, with interlaced splat and plain square legs, drop-in seat a.f.
30.     A small, late Victorian mahogany chest, four long cock-beaded drawers, shaped brass handles and escutcheons, bracket feet, 2ft. 2in. £70-80
31.     A George II-style burr-walnut mirror, rectangular with elaborate cresting, 2ft. 2in. high
32.     A late 19th century Flemish-style dark oak hall cupboard, upper stage with single cupboard, panelled cupboard base with carved door and single drawer, the whole carved with lion masks, figures and foliage in bold relief, 7ft. 3in. high; 3ft. 3in. wide £100-150
33.     A late Victorian dark oak dining table, near-oval shape on bulbous stem, four outswept legs in the form of dragon-masks and claw feet, 3ft. 9in. - leaves lacking £50-70
34.     A set of four late 19th century Flemish-style dark oak dining chairs, frames carved with leaf-scrolls, upholstered in a claret vinyl
35.     An early 20th century three-piece bergere suite, with carved leaf plumes and scroll arms, scroll frames with carved claw feet, blue and cream brocade cushions, canework to settee back in need of repairs
36.     A pair of walnut-framed bergere armchairs, double-caned arms, on front cabriole feet
37.     A set of eleven Victorian dark oak chairs, pair of drawing room armchairs, eight dining single chairs and carver chair, all carved with lion rampant crestings and leaf-scrolls, turned and carved legs with casters, arms carved with lion terminals, cream and claret upholstered seats and backs £80-120
38.     A set of six Victorian walnut dining chairs, balloon-type backs with carved splats, blue dralon upholstered seats, on front cabriole legs £150-200
39.     A Victorian mahogany chest, two short and four long drawers, each cock-beaded with turned wood knob handles, on short turned feet, 3ft. 6in. £100-150
40.     A Victorian walnut Wellington chest, seven graduated drawers, each with turned wood knob handles, carved corbels, 1ft. 7in. wide - top split £70-80
41.     An Edwardian mahogany occasional table, serpentine-shaped top on unusual underframe with lower tier, top 1ft. 6in.
42.     A late Victorian solid, medium oak sideboard, pair of leaded glazed doors enclosing two adjustable shelves, enclosed recess above panelled cupboard base with two drawers, retailer C Jenner & Co., Edinburgh, circa 1900, 7ft. high; 4ft. 2in. wide £100-150
43.     A bow-fronted mahogany linen cupboard, pair of doors enclosing single shelf, three long oak-lined drawers beneath, brass swan-neck handles, on splay feet, 2ft. 11in. wide
44.     A Victorian mahogany chest, two short and four long graduated drawers, each pine-lined, flame-veneered and with turned wood knob handles, on turned feet, 3ft. 10in. £100-150
45.     A Victorian walnut dressing chest, architectural bevelled mirror adjustable above two trinket drawers, two short and two long drawers beneath, each burr-veneered with ash linings and embossed brass handles, 3ft. 6in. £50-70
46.     An early Victorian mahogany chest, two short and three long graduated drawers, each oak-lined with turned wood knob handles, on splay feet, 3ft. 6in. - one rear panel lacking £80-100
47.     A solid mahogany standing corner cupboard, enclosed by two fielded panel doors, 7ft.
48.     An early 20th century Angus sectional bookcase, three walnut glazed sections, 2ft. 10in.
49.     A Victorian mahogany dressing mirror, rectangular bevelled plate adjustable on rounded rectangular plinth, 2ft. 6in. high
50.     An early 19th century mahogany Pembroke table, frieze with two drawers, turned wood knob handles, on turned, tapering legs with casters, 3ft. 4in.
51.     An unusual late Victorian inlaid mahogany centre table, rectangular-shape with removable tray-top, an inlaid drop-leaf to each side, on square tapering legs with cross stretchers, 1ft. 11in. £70-100
52.     A Victorian burr walnut bedside cupboard, cylindrical-shape with marble top, single cupboard door, 1ft. 3in.
53.     A Victorian mahogany tripod table, square top with single drawer, 1ft. 2in. and an inlaid mahogany dining chair with cross splat
54.     Late catalogue alteration: no longer believed to be in original condition. This bureau has been reduced in size with many replacement drawer-linings. Effectively, the desirability has been 'enhanced'.

A small, early 18th century walnut-veneered bureau, cross-banded throughout, stepped interior composed of six drawers, pigeonholes and central cupboard, recessed well, two short and two long drawers beneath, each oak-lined, bracket feet, 2ft. 1in. SEE ILLUSTRATION £400-600
55.     A small brass-bound camphorwood trunk, 2ft. 3in. and a cane-seated single chair with carved and pierced back
56.     A solid walnut serving table, long rectangular shape with two frieze drawers, turned legs, 5ft. 5in.
57.     A Sheraton period mahogany cylinder bureau-bookcase, pair of glazed doors with inlaid lancets, two adjustable shelves enclosed, inlaid cylinder enclosing an arrangement of pigeonholes and drawers, sliding writing surface, single drawer beneath, on slim, turned legs, 3ft. - sliding mechanism faulty SEE ILLUSTRATION £500-700
58.     A pair of early 19th century rosewood bergere single chairs, curved backs with scroll terminals, cane seat and back, reeded legs with carved leaf capitals, on leaf-cast brass terminals £200-300
59.     A 17th century oak six-plank coffer, hinged top now in two sections, 4ft. 1in. - repairs and modifications £50-60
60.     A late Victorian mahogany occasional table, lobed, circular top on six cabriole legs with braced undertier, 2ft. 4in., together with a pair of Edwardian dining chairs with upholstered seats
61.     An Edwardian inlaid mahogany piano stool, with upholstered seat
62.     An Edwardian inlaid mahogany mirror, rectangular with oval bevelled plate, 3ft., and a walnut wall-hanging cupboard with shelf, 1ft. 11in.
63.     A brass-mounted oak jardiniere stand, with lead weight, maker Lister, Dursley, together with a Victorian mahogany toilet mirror, Edwardian inlaid mahogany oval mirror and a Victorian turned walnut nursing chair
64.     An early Louis XV-period inlaid walnut commode, three drawers, each with elaborate cast rococo handles and escutcheons, top and drawer-fronts with inlaid stringing, sides with lozenges, circa 1730, 3ft. 10in. - top badly stained; woodworm; minor faults £300-400
65.     An Edwardian inlaid mahogany wardrobe, three-quarter length mirror door enclosing space for hanging, single base drawer, 3ft. 6in.
66.     An unusual early 20th century multi-purpose cupboard, Folding Beds Ltd., hinged top with attached bevelled mirror, sliding marble wash-top, three short drawers, writing slide above panelled cupboard doors, five drawers enclosed, flush-fitting brass handles, 2ft. 11in. - plywood back some worm
67.     A late Victorian mahogany centre table, oval-shape with inlaid musical instruments and foliage, further inlaid with chequer stringing and cross-banding, on square tapering legs with cross-stretchers, on brass casters, 3ft. £200-250
68.     A late 17th century oak coffer, panelled construction with gouged frieze, sheet-iron lock-plate, 3ft. 6in. £70-100
69.     An Edwardian inlaid mahogany envelope card table, hinged top with enclosed baize lining and counter-wells, revolving on square tapering legs with single frieze drawer and inlaid cross stretchers, on brass casters, 1ft. 10in. £180-250
70.     A George III mahogany desk, kneehole arrangement of single long drawer and six short drawers, oak-lined throughout, all drawer-fronts with boxwood line inlay, bracket feet with wood roller casters, brass carrying handle to sides, circa 1780, 4ft. 5in. - one caster replaced; replacement brass hardware £250-350
71.     An Edwardian mahogany music cabinet, single glazed door, panelled beneath, three lined shelves enclosed, satinwood cross-banded throughout, on casters, 1ft. 10in. £60-80
72.     An early 20th century walnut Sutherland table, with oval drop-leaves, on turned underframe, 3ft. 6in.
73.     An early 20th century mahogany bureau, panelled fall-front enclosing an arrangement of pigeonholes and drawer, two short and two long drawers beneath, on four carved cabriole feet, 2ft. 6in.
74.     A Victorian Sheraton inlaid mahogany sideboard, bow-fronted with two drawers and cellarette, square tapering legs with spade feet, 4ft. 10in. £50-70
75.     A mid-18th century oak gateleg table, on turned underframe with replacement frieze drawer, 3ft.
76.     A Chinese camphorwood blanket chest, with carved detail throughout, engraved brass lock-plate with padlock, no key, 3ft. 4in.
77.     A Victorian rosewood Wellington chest, serpentine-fronted with carved corbels, six drawers with turned wood knob handles, 2ft. 5in. - sides split, some veneers lacking £200-300
78.     A George III oak bureau, broadly cross-banded in mahogany throughout, fall-front enclosing an arrangement of drawers and pigeonholes, four graduated drawers beneath, bracket feet, circa 1770, 3ft. 2in. £100-150
79.     An early Victorian mahogany chest, two short and three long drawers, each oak-lined with turned wood knob handles, on splay feet, 3ft. 5in. £100-150
80.     An Edwardian inlaid mahogany display cabinet, single leaded glazed door enclosing lined interior with two fitted shelves, on cabriole legs, 2ft. 5in. £100-150
80A.    A pair of beech framed upholstered bedroom chairs
81.     A Victorian burr walnut games table, circular top with inlaid chess-board, on turned tripod underframe with carved terminals and casters, top 2ft. - centre split £70-100
82.     A Victorian mahogany tilt-top breakfast table, oval-top on four outswept legs with brass paw casters, top 4ft. 5in. by 3ft. 6in. £50-70
83.     An early Victorian mahogany nursing chair, back with carved detail and barley-twist uprights, drop-in needlework seat, front carved claw and ball feet £50-70
84.     An early Victorian mahogany open bookcase, three shelves, sides with cylindrical columns and carved acanthus capitals, 4ft. 4in. wide £150-200
85.     A Victorian walnut occasional table, on spiral-twist stem, and one other tripod table, octagonal mahogany top
86.     A Victorian mahogany chest on chest, two short and six long drawers, embossed brass handles, on splay bracket feet, 3ft. 6in. £150-200
87.     A set of three George III-period mahogany dining chairs, Hepplewhite-style shield-backs with upholstered seats
88.     A 19th century mahogany chest, cross-banded top above three cock-beaded drawers in George III-style, bracket feet, 2ft. 8in.
89.     An early 18th century French oak coffer, with panelled frontage, original lock and escutcheon, 3ft. 7in. - as viewed £50-70
90.     An early 18th century French oak coffer, panelled construction with twin-plank top, interior with candle-tray, lock with original key and escutcheon, 3ft. 7in. - hinges worn £50-70
91.     A Victorian walnut pedestal desk, inset gilt-tooled leather top above three frieze drawers, three further drawers to each pedestal, all drawers walnut-lined with pierced brass handles, on casters, 4ft. £150-200
92.     An Ethan Allen dark pine dresser, twin-shelf plate rack above three drawers and pot-board, 5ft. wide - clean £100-150
93.     An Ethan Allen dark pine serving table, enclosed top above single frieze drawer, square tapering legs, 3ft. 4in.
94.     A 19th century French dark mahogany centre table, circular-shape with carved rosette border, on four carved scroll legs with undertier, 1ft. 11in. diameter
95.     A walnut linen press, pair of arched and panelled doors enclosing three sliding trays, two short and two long drawers beneath, 3ft. 10in. wide £100-150
96.     An 18th century-style waxed pine bookcase, wall-hanging, three fitted shelves, architectural form with reeded columns, 2ft. 4in. wide
97.     A Victorian stripped pine writing table, enclosed top above two frieze drawers, on turned legs
98.     A Chippendale-style wing armchair, upholstered in a pale blue brocade, mahogany frame with front cabriole legs and stretchers
99.     An early 19th century oak 8-day longcase clock, arched enamelled dial with subsidiary seconds, case with fluted quarter columns to trunk, swan-neck pediment, with pendulum, weights and winding crank, 6ft. 8in. £200-300
100.    A George III oak 8-day longcase clock, 12in. square brass dial with engraved centre, anchor escapement, hood with side columns, with pendulum, weights and winding crank, circa 1800, 6ft. 8in. high £250-300
101.    A Jaycee golden pine bureau, panelled fall-front enclosing fittings, two short and three long drawers beneath, 2ft. 10in.
102.    A Kesterport light beech sideboard, shelves and cutlery drawer enclosed by three doors, 5ft. 2in.
103.    A Victorian painted pine chest, two short and two long drawers, turned feet, 3ft. 6in.
104.    An Heal & Son Ltd. limed oak bedroom pair, wardrobe enclosed by three panelled doors, 5ft., chest of three drawers, 2ft. 6in.
105.    A set of four Queen Anne-style walnut dining chairs, vase splats and drop-in seats, front cabriole legs
106.    A beech folding rocking chair, late Victorian wood/coal cupboard, an oak stool with drop-in seat and a bentwood occasional table
107.    An Ercol golden elm sideboard, three panelled cupboard doors above two drawers, on casters, 4ft. 3in. £70-100
108.    A dark oak corner cabinet, floor-standing, pair of leaded glazed doors enclosing two shelves, panelled cupboard base, 5ft. 10in.
109.    A reproduction mahogany bureau, enclosed fittings above four long drawers, bracket feet, 2ft. 6in.
110.    A modern light wood dining set, rectangular table, 4ft. 9in. and a set of six chairs with upholstered seats £60-80
111.    A serpentine-fronted mahogany chest, three drawers, 1ft. 8in. and a mahogany coffee table, on cabriole legs, also to include two framed pictures
112.    WITHDRAWN An Holdfast safe
113.    A pair of early 20th century stripped pine bedside cupboards, each with drawer, together with a metal-bound canvas cabin trunk
114.    A Victorian stripped pine chest, two short and three long drawers, turned wood knob handles, 3ft. 4in. £60-80
115.    A reproduction yew-veneered tall bookcase, pair of astragal-glazed doors enclosing three adjustable shelves, panelled cupboard base with two drawers, 6ft. 6in. high; 3ft. 2in. wide £50-70
116.    A dark oak Welsh dresser, plate rack above cupboard base, 3ft. 6in.
117.    An early 20th century painted oak chest, two short and two long drawers, embossed brass handles, 3ft. 6in.
118.    An E. G. Hudson yew cupboard on stand, pair of burr-veneered doors enclosing single shelf, stand on four cabriole legs, 2ft. 7in. wide
119.    An E. G. Hudson yew-veneered bookcase, pair of lancet-glazed doors enclosing three adjustable shelves, arrangement of five short drawers beneath, on splay feet, 2ft. 11in.
120.    An E. G. Hudson hi-fi cabinet, with military-type brass fittings, Hitachi music centre enclosed
121.    An E. G. Hudson yew-veneered bookcase, pair of astragal-glazed doors enclosing two adjustable shelves, 2ft. 4in.
122.    A pair of solid yew magazine tables, 1ft. 10in. and a yew-veneered corner unit, two shelves
123.    A pair of E. G. Hudson yew-veneered corner cupboards, each with inset gilt-tooled leather top, 2ft. 1in. wide
124.    Green-painted bedroom furniture, cupboard with short drawers, pair of slat-back chairs, pair of bedside cupboards and a towel rail
125.    A pair of E. G. Hudson yew-veneered centre tables, square-shape, one with inset gilt-tooled leather top, the other polished, 2ft. 8in.
126.    An unusual E. G. Hudson writing chair, mahogany with inset gilt-tooled kidney-shape top
127.    An E. G. Hudson burr walnut chest, eight side-by-side drawers, cross-banded throughout, on bracket feet, 3ft. 11in. £50-70
128.    A dark oak bar-fitting, panelled construction with interior shelving, 3ft. 6in. x 3ft.
129.    Two oak single chairs, oak umbrella stand, wall-hanging oak coat rack, an Art Nouveau coal purdonium and a faulty tripod table (6)
130.    Two white-painted wood shelf units, a 1960's wrought metal occasional table with plate glass top, two mirrors, three framed maps, (8)
131.    An E. G. Hudson mahogany coffee table, with rosewood cross-banding, 4ft., together with a yew-veneered nest of three tables and two wall-hanging shelf units (4)
132.    An early 20th century solid, dark oak wardrobe, pair of full-length panelled doors enclosing semi-fitted interior, on bun feet £50-70
133.    A late Victorian satin-walnut dressing chest, adjustable mirror and part-marble top above an arrangement of drawers and cupboard, on casters, 4ft.
134.    A Victorian cast iron fire-grate, white-painted, mantel 2ft. 5in.
135.    A Victorian-style dark oak Davenport, sloping top with inset gilt-tooled leather, stationery drawer and four short drawers to one side, front turned supports, 1ft. 10in. wide
136.    An E. G. Hudson yew-veneered bureau bookcase, pair of astragal-glazed doors enclosing painted interior with two adjustable shelves, fall-front enclosing fittings, four graduated drawers beneath, 2ft. 4in. wide
137.    A dark oak dining table, rectangular-shape on turned beech underframe with H-stretcher, top 4ft. x 2ft. 8in.
138.    An early 20th century doctor's examination couch, upholstered top with hinged back-support, oak frame with two fitted drawers, on turned, tapering legs with casters, 5ft. 10in. long - vinyl upholstery worn; one caster detached £100-150
139.    A reproduction mahogany chest, four drawers, a pair of small serpentine-fronted chests and a bedside table with single drawer
140.    A pair of early Georgian-style walnut mirrors, with pierced scroll crestings, 2ft. 6in. high, together with an upholstered rocking single chair, walnut and parquetry overmantel and two copper warming pans
141.    A reproduction mahogany desk, inset gilt-tooled leather top above three frieze drawers, further drawers to each pedestal, 4ft.
142.    A Georgian-style mahogany dining table, with extra leaf, on twin pedestal stems with casters, 6ft. opening to 8ft.
143.    A Georgian-style inlaid mahogany chest, two short and three long drawers, 2ft., together with an imported wood metamorphic library chair
144.    A painted woven fibre bedroom pair, dressing table with raised back, 3ft. 5in., chest of three drawers, 2ft. 4in., clean
145.    A French-style nest of three tables, with simulated marquetry, and a mahogany cupboard with simulated drawer fronts, 1ft. 6in.
146.    A reproduction mahogany military-type secretaire chest, upper drawer with enclosed pigeonholes and drawers, two short and two long drawers beneath, flush-fitting brass hardware, 3ft. - one side handle detached £50-70
147.    An upholstered wing armchair, and a semi-portable needlework box
148.    A beech stool, with drop-in upholstered seat, and a mahogany wine table
149.    A dark oak nest of three tables, a mahogany nest of three tables and a Victorian-style whatnot, as viewed
150.    A mahogany piano stool, cane-seated bedroom chair, mahogany standard lamp and an open bookcase, as viewed
151.    A late Victorian walnut bedside cupboard, with inlaid Art Nouveau motif, 1ft. 4in., together with an Edwardian inlaid mahogany elbow chair and a folding two-tiered cake-stand
152.    A matched set of four Queen Anne-style walnut dining chairs, with vase splats and mushroom dralon drop-in seats, front cabriole legs
153.    A dark oak drop-leaf dining table, on shaped end supports, 3ft.
154.    A Bevan Funnell 'Reprodux' mahogany chest, three long cock-beaded drawers, bracket feet, 2ft. 7in.
155.    A modern Parker Knoll three-piece suite, three-seater settee and a pair of wing armchairs, upholstered in a pale coloured fabric, clean
156.    An Edwardian inlaid beech corner-fitting elbow chair, with dralon seat, together with a dark-stained beech work table
157.    A solid, dark oak hall-stand, fitted with coat hooks, inset oval mirror plate, glove box, stick-stand with drip-trays, 2ft. wide; 6ft. 4in. high £50-60
158.    A solid, dark oak writing table, inset rexine top above single drawer and small cupboard, on baluster-turned underframe, 2ft. 9in. £50-60
159.    A Queen Anne-style burr walnut dining table, cross-banded top with extra leaf, 5ft. opening to 6ft. 6in. and a set of four QueenAnne-style chairs with drop-in seats £50-70
160.    A Georgian-style burr walnut corner cabinet, floor-standing, glazed door enclosing two shelves, panelled cupboard base, 6ft. 2in.
161.    A 1950's walnut veneered bureau, 2ft. 5in., together with an oak open-dwarf bookcase, 1ft. 8in., bamboo two-tiered table and a beech pedestal ash-tray
162.    An Edwardian inlaid mahogany nursing chair, upholstered in a claret moquette, satinwood cross-banded wine table, two other pedestal wine tables and an oval mahogany-framed mirror £
163.    An ornamental carved walnut chair-back, 1911, carved with opposing eagles, monogrammed and dated, together with a walnut Sutherland table, 1ft. 9in. and a burr walnut veneered cupboard, 1ft. 6in., as viewed
164.    A group of three rush-seated stools, a rush-seated single chair and a cane-seated bedroom chair, as viewed
164A.   An early 20th century mahogany bureau bookcase
165.    A Panasonic Viera LCD television, 37in. flatscreen, model TX-L37 S20B, with remote control, on oval plate glass stand £50-70
166.    An Ercol medium elm sideboard, panelled cupboards and four central drawers, 4ft. 10in. - clean £70-80
167.    An Ercol medium elm corner cabinet, floor-standing with fitted shelves and panelled cupboard base, 2ft. 4in. wide - clean £50-60
168.    An Ercol medium elm dining table, with extending leaves, on shaped end supports, 4ft. 6in. opening to 7ft. and a set of four matching ladder-back chairs - clean £80-120
169.    A solid, medium oak gateleg table, on barley-twist legs, 2ft. 11in. - one leaf incomplete, together with an oval, yew-veneered coffee table
170.    A deep-brown leather twin-seater settee
171.    Ditto
172.    A large Ikea coffee table, square-shape, dark oak with undertier, 3ft.
173.    A pair of modern light wood hall tables, half-round shape, each with segment-veneered tops and undertiers, 3ft. 7in.
174.    A modern, waxed pine open bookcase, architectural form with two adjustable shelves, 3ft.
175.    An Ikea twin-seat bed-settee, upholstered in a mushroom fabric
176.    A modern, good quality light oak student's cupboard, up-and-over upper door enclosing keyboard facility, single fall-front drawer and cupboards beneath, 4ft. 3in. wide - clean
177.    A Chinese wool rug, bright floral designs against a cream field, 12 x 9ft.
178.    An early 20th century Eastern wool rug, floral designs against a cream field, crimson borders, 5ft. 6in. x 3ft. 10in.
179.    A Jaques ivory Staunton-pattern chess set, red-stained and natural, white King signed beneath, Kings 2.75in. - white King finial incomplete. Export arrangements limited. Buyer beware. £100-150
180.    An early 19th century mahogany tea caddy, 8in., a Victorian rosewood box with enclosed fittings and key, Victorian walnut and parquetry work box and a small floral box
181.    A rare 1920's HMV portable gramophone, in vinyl case, in original card packaging, appears unused
182.    A set of Park Lane saucy playing cards, complete
183.    A Victorian brass-bound walnut writing box, enclosed slope with fittings and concealed drawers, 16in.
184.    A Victorian rosewood vanity case, with enclosed fittings, 11in. wide, and a smaller Victorian rosewood box, 9in.
185.    An Hilkin three-draw telescope, in original box, together with a modern stereoscopic Chinese chess set and an embossed brass tea caddy
186.    After Jean de Bologne - bronze figure of Mercury, circular base bearing signature, deep-brown patination, 20in. £150-200
187.    A collection of framed prints, largely named marine subjects, all framed
188.    A 1950's Avery weighing scale, "To weigh from 0 to 20 stones by 1lb. divisions", pedestal stem in a bright lime-yellow enamel, 50in. high max. £50-60
189.    A group of three matching decorative Japanese Samurai swords, each within sheath, carved bone grips, longest blade 24in. Shipping arrangements limited. Buyer beware
190.    A brass musical bird cage automaton, two singing birds, integral key, 12in. high £50-70
191.    Three various decorative Japanese Samurai swords, two within sheaths. Shipping arrangements limited. Buyer beware

192.    A decorative Chinese sword, with moulded grip, and another, similar, curved, single-edged blades, 26in., each within sheath. Shipping arrangements limited. Buyer beware

193.    Three decorative Japanese swords, two within scabbards. Shipping arrangements limited. Buyer beware

194.    Three decorative swords, two within scabbards. Shipping arrangement limited. Buyer beware
195.    An early 19th century Chinese export papier mache tea caddy, octagonal-shape with engraved pewter canisters, on carved giltwood claw feet, 8in. - some damage
196.    Vintage claret - Macon, 1933, one bottle, 75cl, together with Rochebert Bordeaux, 1952, one bottle, 75cl £50-80
197.    A violin, 14in. back, Stradivarius label
198.    Five African tribal wood-carvings, male and female forms, tallest 13in. £100-130
199.    European police caps, one Spanish, two German, one French, one Portuguese £50-60
200.    San Cristobal de La Habana cigars, case of twenty-five, previously opened £80-100
201.    A pair of late 19th century patinated spelter statuettes, after George Maxim, 21in., and a pair of spelter Marley horses - as viewed
202.    After Eug. Marioton (1854-1933) - bronze sculpture, pensive seated female, long, loose-fitting dress and reverse detailing plaited hair, script signature and inscribed Salon des Beaux Arts, 1887, on square veined rouge marble plinth with canted corners, 22in. high £600-800
203.    Two pen-drawn cartoons, artists Stan Terry, Jack Dunkley, one framed, 12 x 10in.
204.    An oak smoker's cabinet, pipe rack, shelf and drawer enclosed by single glazed door, 14in. wide
205.    A pressed glass vase by Tapio Wirkkala, 7in., and other ceramic and metal ornaments
206.    A Parker fountain pen, Parker ball-point pen, Waterman fountain pen and other pens, also to include a silver-handled paperknife
207.    A Victorian walnut work box, with brass inlay, 11in. - interior as viewed, together with a leather-bound stick-stand with armorial crest
208.    An 18th century coloured line engraving, Sheffield Place, Sussex, and other prints, all framed
209.    An 18th century oval brass silhouette frame, 5in. high - and a pair of cast gilt-brass candlesticks in French Empire style, 5in.
210.    A Victorian burr walnut stationery box, wedge-shape with enclosed racks and adjustable date £70-100
211.    A ceiling-pendant brass light fitting, with opaque glass shade, converted to electric
212.    A Victorian oak and brass magazine rack, hand-built wood model of an Enterprise, 16in. and five other items
213.    Various vintage cameras, two pairs of binoculars, contained within large tin trunk
214.    A pair of Victorian mahogany drawer units, 9.25in., carved wood elephant shelf unit, carved wood Buddha and three items of Oriental ceramics
215.    A brass two-draw telescope, leather-bound, with additional cased lens, one other component, on tripod stand
216.    A set of four monochrome marine prints, framed, and two books on arts
217.    A 17th century bronze skillet, 8in. diameter £50-70
218.    A WWI leather-bound brass telescope, R. & J. Beck Ltd., 1915, three-draw, No.13761
219.    An assortment of wood and metal household ornaments
220.    A 19th century copper gallon measure, brass chestnut roaster, copper chamberstick and other items
221.    A pair of continental majolica wall brackets, leaf and shell pattern, 8in. high
222.    A large G. Baxter portrait print, a Leblond colour print, maple-framed flower paintings on glass, etc.
223.    A student's violin, 14in. back, with two bows, in case
224.    A quantity of wood and metal household ornaments, including household games
225.    An aneroid barometer, in carved oak rope-twist frame, Mah-Jong set in case, two silver-mounted walking sticks, brass-bound oak barrel and other household items
226.    A modern oil on canvas, city street scene, moulded gilt frame and six other pictures
227.    A group of three Victorian leather martingales, seven horse-brasses
228.    A group of thirteen 19th century line-engravings, topographical named views including Ragland (sic) Castle, Monmouthshire, all hand-coloured £50-70
229.    A 19th century Killarney-type box, parquetry top enclosing a complex arrangement of covered compartments, 13.75in. £70-80
230.    A Victorian rosewood writing box, inlaid with wild birds and scroll motifs in mother of pearl and brass, lined slope and fittings enclosed, 14in., together with a group of four Victorian brass fire-irons, cutlery, etc. £50-70
231.    A pair of Japanese bronze vases, 6in., other ornamental metalware and five framed prints
232.    John Speede - map of Hartfordshire, a 17th century hand-coloured engraving, sold by Thomas Basset and Richard Chiswell, St. Paul's Churchyard, from a book, 16.5 x 21in.
232A.   Robert Morden - 17th century map, Rutland, line-engraving with hand-coloured detail, 11.5 x 14in., mounted in gilt frame

233.    A 17th century map of Essex, with hand-coloured detail, from a book, 16 x 20in.
234.    A multi-purpose pen-knife set, nine Solingen tools, within leather case
235.    An Hy-Score air pistol, chrome with ivory coloured plastic grip, with silencer, 9mm. bore. £50-70
236.    An XS Gun Sighting telescope, ref. G.340, 18.5in., contained within original wood case
237.    A rosewood mandolin, bearing label, Lazzaro Napoli, in case, and a grained and painted wood zither
238.    Miscellaneous collectables, pens, various knives, sealing wax, etc., contained within walnut case
239.    An hunting knife, 7.5in. curved, single-edged blade signed I. Boland, Liege, antler grip, within nickel-mounted leather sheath. Shipping arrangements limited. Buyer beware. £50-70
240.    A miniature painting, Venetian canal, 3 x 4in., and a pair of portrait miniatures, female portrait busts, all within ivory frames. Shipping arrangements limited. Buyer beware £50-60
241.    A group of four portrait miniatures, two females, two males, each within ivory frame. Export arrangements limited. Buyer beware £60-80
242.    Two portrait miniatures, each a female with dog, within ivory frames. Shipping arrangements limited. Buyer beware
243.    A pair of 19th century aquatints, Delia in the Country and Town, together with a pair of 19th century Bonaparte etchings and a silhouette group, all framed
244.    A collection of large table cigarette lighters, 11 total £100-150
245.    Various vintage cigarette lighters, including novelty chrome lighter, 12in. (19) £100-150
246.    A collection of cine films
247.    A Ghurka knife, and five other daggers, each within sheath. Shipping arrangements limited. Buyer beware
248.    Three decorative machetes, blades 24in., each within leather sheath. Shipping arrangements limited. Buyer beware.
249.    Hennessy Cognac, one bottle
250.    A Pecuna bakelite pre-decimal coin tray, and a Salter Silver and Copper Checker, No. 53
251.    A group of four WWII bronze aircraft models, largest wingspan 11in. £50-70
252.    Two vintage charity donations boxes, International League for Horses and RNLI
253.    A portable weighing scale, De Grave Short, believed to be diamond scales, mahogany case, complete with silver plated scoop
254.    A Victorian rosewood box, contents include two brooches, two pairs of opera glasses, also to include an oak aneroid barometer and a mantel clock
255.    Vanity Fair prints, approx. 100 total from 1869-1912, including legal, military, music, Whistler, Rodin £60-100
256.    A Le Blanc, Paris clarinet, numbered 12068, in original fitted case £200-250
257.    An half-set of golfing irons, four metal golfing woods, Ping-type putter, contained within golf bag, together with a folding golf trolley
258.    Bourgogne, 1973, one bottle, 300cl.
259.    An half-set of golfing irons, set of three Mercury golfing metal woods, Golden Goose-type putter, contained within golfing bag and an assortment of golf balls, together with a folding golf trolley
260.    A Victorian walnut and parquetry box, 14in., chip-carved book-trough, cast brass letter box, sun-burst wall clock, etc.
261.    A Victorian burr walnut tea caddy, dome-shape with single covered canister, replacement pressed glass mixing bowl, 9in. £50-60
262.    A pair of colour prints after Glenda Rae, together with a signed limited edition print, Chanctonbury Ring by Frank Wootton, and other prints, all framed
263.    A large monochrome print, dancing girls entitled Spring, and four other prints, all framed
264.    A 19th century carved bone baton, with spiral ornament and diapered grip, 29.5in.
265.    An early 20th century bone fan, in original box, and another, floral sequin decoration
266.    An unusual malachite Solitaire game, on dished mahogany board, together with an hand-coloured Winnie the Pooh print, in frame and a French blue-printed earthenware tea cup and saucer
267.    A leather stationery case, complete with Parker fountain pen and other gentleman's leather accessories
268.    A 19th century Swiss carved wood beaver, on rocky mound base, boldly-carved detail, 9in. - old woodworm SEE ILLUSTRATION £150-200
269.    A 19th century Swiss carved wood cigar box, top hinged with front enclosing space for cigar trays, exterior carved with pipes and leafage in bold relief, with key, 15.75in. wide SEE ILLUSTRATION £100-150
270.    19th century and later pewter tableware, including hotplate, Corpus Christi College boat race trophy, 1867, also to include a large Victorian copper kettle
271.    A 19th century Swiss carved wood book-trough, each adjustable end carved with a chamois in bold relief, 15in. wide minimum
272.    A 19th century Swiss carved pine plaque, kitchen interior entitled Mont Pilate, 5.5 x 7.5in., together with a Swiss carved wood wall rack, from Meringen, a Swiss crystal ornament, carved bone rattle and three Swiss wood walking sticks
273.    A limited edition signed print, Sussex County Cricket Club, signed in pencil on mount, and one other Sussex CCC print, both framed
274.    A Victorian walnut writing box, with brass inlay, enclosed slope and fittings, 14in. wide - faults
275.    A Victorian collection of pathological slides, for microscopic analysis, ten trays contained within original pine case
276.    A Victorian collection of pathological slides, contained within pine specimen cabinet of seventeen shallow trays £50-70
277.    An early 20th century bayonet, within scabbard, stoneware mask vase, 13in. and other items
278.    A group of five fencing swords, and a fencing blade, contained within canvas case. Shipping arrangements limited. Buyer beware.
279.    Various copper saucepans, stoneware storage jars and Asian carved wood bowls
280.    Three 18th century armorial pewter dishes, wave-edge pattern, together with a 19th century pewter oil lamp with integral carrying handle, 11in. high
281.    A medieval-style oak box, with iron mounts, with key, 9in., and a dome-shape box, 13in. high
282.    An early Imperial typewriter, and a Revelation leather suitcase
283.    A Chad Valley Teddy bear, post-war with kapok and jointed limbs, 21in. - some wear
284.    Corgi Toys 267 Batmobile, complete with ten yellow rockets, in original window box, near-excellent, box good, together with eight Matchbox Models of Yesteryear, boxed and two others, similar, unboxed, near-excellent together with a Lines Bros. FROG "Buccaneer" toy aircraft, plastic construction, in original box £100-150
285.    Hornby Series, pre-war, gauge O EM320 electric Tank Locomotive, LMS maroon livery, no. 70, 20-volt electric with reverse, in original green box, circa 1936 SEE ILLUSTRATION £150-200
286.    Hornby Series, pre-war gauge O Southern Tank Locomotive, green livery, no. 112, some corrosion to paintwork £100-150
287.    Hornby Series, pre-war, gauge O electric locomotive, Flying Scotsman, LNER green livery, no. 4472, with six-wheeled tender £180-250
288.    Hornby Series, pre-war gauge O rolling stock, Pullman coaches Zenobia and Iolanthe, Trolley Wagon with two cable drums, latter in original red box, coaches poor-fair; Trolley Wagon good £100-150
289.    Bing for Bassett Lowke, pre-war gauge O electric train, LMS 4-4-2 tank locomotive, black livery with red lining, no. 6788, and similar LNWR Dining Saloon corridor coach, brown livery with cream roof, each in service department card box, fair-good; boxes poor £150-200
290.    Hornby Dublo 2233 Co-Bo Diesel-Electric Locomotive, in original two-rail red-striped box, circa 1956, good, and another, unboxed, good SEE ILLUSTRATION £100-150
291.    Hornby Dublo 2235 locomotive, Barnstaple, with six-wheeled tender, and an Hornby Dublo BR six-wheeled locomotive, no. 30226 £50-60
292.    Hornby Dublo locomotives, Co-co Diesel-Electric locomotive, no. D9006, and two similar Bo-bo Diesel-Electric locomotives, no. D8000, good £50-70
293.    Hornby Dublo 2220 Denbigh Castle locomotive, BR green livery, no. 7032, with six-wheeled tender, in original box, good-excellent; box fair
294.    Hornby Railways locomotives, SR Spitifire, LMS Coronation, LMS City of Bristol, all in original boxes and another, LMS black livery, 2-6-2 locomotive, good-excellent throughout £100-150
295.    Trix Trains, three locomotives, Flying Scotsman, Peppercorn, both in original boxes, Silver Link, in service department box £80-100
296.    Dinky Toys, 622 Army Truck, 642 Pressure Refueller, each in original box, many other unboxed diecast toys, Britain's Deetail models, etc. £60-80
297.    A German lithographed tinplate track-toy, pre-war, probably Gebruder Einfalt, locomotive coupling with passenger coach, rare in original card box, 14.75in. - box fragile and incomplete SEE ILLUSTRATION £100-150
298.    A large collection of model tanks and other military vehicles, 77 total, all boxed with display racks and literature £150-200
299.    Hornby Dublo passenger set EDP 12, including Duchess of Montrose locomotive and six-wheeled tender, circa 1954, together with EDL 18 Standard Tank Locomotive, all three-rail electric, in original blue boxes £120-150
300.    Die-cast and tinplate toys, makes include Matchbox and Tonka
301.    Revell USS Kearsarge, model kit for Civil War Steam Sloop, 1961 copyright, in original box, near-excellent
302.    L'Attaque, a French military board game
303.    Commemorative coins, various cased sets and packaged issues, a small collection, and an album containing Egyptian postal stamps £70-80
304.    Specimen coins, 1937, full set of fifteen coins, in original leather case and other coins
305.    A collection of coins and banknotes, GB and foreign
306.    Banknotes of all Nations, a large collection, First Day issues, uncirculated mint, contained within case £100-150
307.    WWI medals, matched group of three to Lieut. E. Masters, Seaforth Highlanders, (1) and to 7068 Pte. J. H. R. Fussell, 21-LRS (2), one mentioned in dispatches, and five related miniature medals £50-70
308.    A coin collection, 18th century and later, including two albums
309.    A collection of British coins, many in presentation packaging
310.    A group of WWII medals, six total, and a Royal Artillery cap badge, all contained within glazed case
311.    A collection of coins, GB and foreign, many contained within albums
312.    A collection of coins, 18th century and later including Russian copper, 1778, Georgian cartwheel pennies, (2) all copper £50-100
313.    Channel Islands stamps, contained within stamp album, and two albums containing First Day Covers
314.    Six Third Reich badges, and a Lusitania commemorative medallion
315.    
316.    A collection of military cap badges, and embroidered shoulder badges £50-70
317.    A large collection of military cap badges £80-120
318.    An autographed BOAC menu, England cricketers include Ted Dexter and Peter Parfit, circa 1967, also to include autographed Newton Abbot and Newbury race-cards
319.    Two autographed Russian Ballet programmes, Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, 1937-1938, signatures include Leonide Massine, Antal Dorati, Yurek Shabelevsky, Tamara Grigorieva, David Lichine, Trina Baronova, also to include a Prince of Wales Theatre programme, A Gaiety Girl, February 1894
320.    A collection of postcards, including Sussex topographic, 61 total
321.    An album containing postcards, including many old Worthing, and various postcard reference publications
322.     £50-70
323.    A group of four stamp albums, First Day Covers
324.    
325.    A collection of GB stamps, from circa 1841, contained within three red albums
326.    Canadian stamps, a small quantity
327.    A quantity of postcards, stamps within albums and loose, also to include a cased Mah-Jong set
328.    Theatre Royal, Haymarket and Drury Lane, framed performance posters, 1840 and 1841 £50-70
329.    Theatre Royal performance posters, Haymarket, four posters, 1841 and 1845, contained within two frames £50-70
330.    A collection of cigarette cards, many in albums, others loose
331.    Victorian production posters, Theatre Royal, Brighton, 1858, eight total, extremely fragile; some bound together
332.    A framed collection of Russian military cloth badges, 12 total
333.    Theatre Royal posters, Brighton, 20 total, largely pre-war
334.    Automobilia: First Aid case, four AA badges, ration books, etc.
335.    Cricket autographs, names include Len Hutton and Alec Bedser
336.    A Victorian birthday card album, 68 birthday cards, together with an ornamental wall plate inset with portrait print after Reynolds, 16.5in.
337.    Autographs collected circa 1940, names include Jack Warner, Ivor Novello, Arthur Askey, Max Miller, Baden Powell
338.    WWI embroidered postcards, collection of cigarette cards, albums and loose, etc.
339.    Two George II indentures, 1733 with seal, and 1736, on vellum
340.    A collection of cigarette cards, some in albums, others loose
341.    A collection of early 20th century postcards, including comic, contained within album £100-130
342.    A large quantity of household books, biographies, photography and art included
343.    A quantity of household books
343A.   A quantity of household books
343B.   A quantity of household books
343C.   A quantity of household books
344.    A quantity of household books
345.    A quantity of household books
346.    Geographia Antiqua, 1812, "Being a Complete Set of Maps of Ancient Geography", pub. Law & Gilbert, Clerkenwell, last map numbered 33 - boards and binding worn £100-150
347.    A small quantity of books, including antiques reference
348.    Book by Gordon King, a signed copy, "Drawn to Life", limited edition within cloth case
349.    Two early 20th century French carriage clocks, each with enamelled dial and timepiece movement, in obis brass cases £60-80
350.    An early 20th century French brass carriage clock, with enamelled chapter ring and timepiece movement, unsigned, in brass doucine case, 6.25in. - presentation date 1903 SEE ILLUSTRATION £80-100
351.    An early 20th century French carriage clock, with enamelled dial, unsigned Paris movement with compensated balance and striking on a gong, in serpentine-shaped gilt-brass case, with a key, 7.25in., contained within original leather carriage case SEE ILLUSTRATION
£250-300
352.    An early 20th century French carriage clock, with enamelled dial and oval chapter ring, timepiece movement, in lacquered brass case, 6in. SEE ILLUSTRATION £70-100
353.    Seven various anniversary clocks, makes include Kundo (2) and Bentima, five under glass domes
354.    A 19th century Connecticut shelf clock, enamelled dial and gong-striking movement, rosewood case, 25in. high - with key, pendulum and weights
355.    A Victorian black slate mantel clock, featuring enamelled dial and French timepiece movement, with pendulum, 8in. wide
356.    A 19th century Teutonia mantel clock, in architectural walnut case, with key and pendulum, 11in., a dark oak clock hood, 13in., carved wood twin-light wall sconce, candelabrum, etc.
357.    An Holosteric Barometer, with silvered dial, retailer Chadburn & Son, Liverpool, brass case, 8.25in. diameter £50-60
358.    A spelter desk-top clock-barometer, with thermometer, in architectural case, with key, 9in. high, together with an ivory-handled parasol, leather measuring tape and a small hip flask
359.    A late 19th century American wall clock, enamelled dial with bell-striking movement, stained beech case, with key and pendulum, 32in. - as viewed
360.    A late Victorian walnut mantel clock, with aesthetic ceramic dial, French timepiece movement, 10in. high, set of four aluminium cockerel napkin rings, etc.
361.    Midwinter Riviera, designed by Hugh Casson, a twenty-eight piece part teaset with printed detail
362.    A Portmeirion coffee set for six, and other china tableware
363.    A Royal Doulton part dinner service, twenty-one pieces for a six-place setting, Woodland pattern, D6338, and a quantity of Prinknash tableware
364.    A quantity of ornamental china and glassware, including Royal Doulton figure, Southern Belle, also to include a boxed top hat and a pair of cased binoculars
365.    A 19th century German porcelain floor vase, ovoid-shape modelled with playful nymphs around shoulder, gilded and brightly painted with flowers, indistinct printed mark, 35in. - one handle lacking; other damage and restoration £60-80
366.    Three large Winstanley ceramic cat models, other ceramic animals, pair of Eastgate vases, horse brasses, etc.
367.    A Wedgwood bone china coffee set, other china and drinking glassware
368.    An assortment of household china and glassware, including a Whieldon Ware vegetable tureen and a Victorian soup tureen, cover and stand
369.    A Royal Doulton bone china part dinner and tea service, Naples pattern, and other tableware
370.    A collection of drinking glassware, including sets and part sets
371.    A quantity of ornamental china and glassware
372.    A quantity of household china
373.    A quantity of household china and glassware
374.    Royal Albert, Old Country Roses, sixty-nine piece dinner and tea service including teapot and covered tureen, also to include various lead crystal wine glasses and decanter £100-200
375.    An assortment of household china and glassware
376.    A Victorian treacle-glazed Snuff-taker character jug, with cover, and other china
377.    A collection of novelty glass paperweights, makes include Caithness, all with air tears and coloured inclusions (36) £70-80
378.    An early Victorian Sunderland-type lustre jug, "Sailor's Farewell", and an assortment of ornamental china and glassware
379.    A group of five Wade piggy banks, for Nat-West
380.    An assortment of household china and glassware
381.    Two Royal Doulton stoneware jars, other teaware, two pairs of embroidered slippers, etc.
382.    A Poole pottery coffee set, small Poole condiment set, other china, glass measures, etc.
383.    A Royal Doulton bone china figure, HM Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother, HN2882, boxed, other boxed china
384.    Victorian and later china teaware, including a Royal Crown Derby part coffee set, some damage, includes royal commemorative
385.    Georgian and Victorian teaware, includes tea bowls and saucers, various factories £50-80
386.    A small collection of Swiss provincial slipware, including a bear match holder, bright slip colours
387.    A Royal Doulton dinner and tea service, thirty-eight pieces for a six-place setting, Sandon pattern £50-70
388.    Decorative china, including table bells and posy vases, together with three glass decanters, modern boxed glassware, etc.
389.    A set of three Victorian relief-moulded jugs, and an assortment of household china and glass
390.    An earthenware lamp-stem, with twin scroll handles, 16in., and seven various German stoneware wine flagons
391.    A 19th century Sitzendorf porcelain girandole, rococo-shape encrusted with bright foliage, cherub with wreath, three candle sconces, 18in. high - some damage and repairs £60-80
392.    A Victorian majolica basket, leaf-moulded with loop handle, 12.5in., and a similar dessert dish, oval-shape, both predominantly in green and ochre, latter 14in. £50-70
393.    Moorcroft for Macintyre - a Florian Ware vase, waisted bulbous form enamelled with coloured plants, painted signature and printed mark, 5.25in. high - two rim chips £200-300
394.    A first period Belleek two-handled basket, 8in. - some damage, together with a Belleek jug, a.f., shell-shape cup and saucer, heart-shape dish and a leaf-shape dish £80-100
395.    A French porcelain mantel clock, on plinth, rococo-shape with elaborate gilding, 15.5in. max. - modern replacement movement, plinth cracked £50-70
396.    An early Clarice Cliff Fantasque fruit bowl, enamelled with stylised plants, 8.75in. - rim chips, together with a Clarice Cliff Crocus pattern mustard pot, another with cover and a late Clarice Cliff moulded fruit bowl, faults £70-100
397.    A Moorcroft Flaminion Ware pot, two-handled with stylised plant motif against a plum-glazed ground, retailed by Liberty & Co., 5in., together with a modern Moorcroft plate, painted with a dove and leafage, dated 1993, 8.75in. - trial piece £100-150
398.    A late Victorian Royal Worcester vase, two-handled pedestal form brightly enamelled with plants against an ivory ground with gilded green borders, date-code 1899, 8.5in., together with a Royal Crown Derby ring-stand, small cup and saucer, also to include a Royal Winton oval basket £80-100
399.    A set of five 19th century German porcelain figures, The Senses, each a seated lady, 5in. high £50-70
400.    A late Victorian pressed glass candelabrum, three sconces issuing from figural stem, pendant lustre drops, domed circular base, 24in. £100-150
401.    A pair of late Victorian pressed glass candelabra, each with three sconces issuing from frosted mermaid-scroll stems, pendant glass lustre drops, domed circular bases, 18.5in. SEE ILLUSTRATION £200-250
402.    A set of four Volkstedt porcelain figures, The Arts, female figures, printed marks, 5.5in., and an oval porcelain basket, encrusted with bright flowers, 10in.
403.    A 19th century continental 'Rockingham' jar, brightly painted with flowers against a gilded green ground, with cover, printed mock-Rockingham mark, 4.75in.
404.    An early 19th century Chamberlain's Worcester dessert service, seventeen pieces including two-handled pedestal basket and pair of covered sauce tureens, brightly painted with flowers, impressed marks SEE ILLUSTRATION £400-600
405.    A Chamberlain's Worcester part dessert set, two pairs of serving dishes and six plates, each enamelled with a different plant, crisply moulded flowering plants, gilt borders, printed marks, two plates cracked £150-200
406.    Early 19th century porcelain teaware, two creamers and oval box, Spode Stone China tea cup and saucer, pair of glass mallet decanters, etc. (12)
407.    A Staffordshire Toby jug, seated gentleman with yellow breeches, 11in. and a Victorian Staffordshire pottery figure of a gentleman, blue jacket, 17.5in.
408.    A Royal Doulton figure, Mask Seller, HN2103, miniature character jug, Falstaff, D6519, a Doulton Lambeth stoneware jug, 6in. and a Goebel-Hummel figure
409.    Clarice Cliff, Ravel, part dinner set including three serving plates and pair of covered tureens, 7 items total, and eight various crested china models, six by W. H. Goss
410.    A Macintyre earthenware biscuit barrel, with silver plated mount, and a Spode biscuit barrel, both with silver plated covers, latter hairline crack
411.    A Staffordshire Toby jug, "Home Brewed Ale", 9in., together with a pair of Staffordshire recumbent Dalmations, 5in. and a French ceramic trinket box printed with coloured foliage
412.    Two Moorcroft dishes, one dish with faults, two Herend cockerel models, Pilkingtons Royal Lancastrian posy vase, shape 2785, Beswick Jeremy Fisher, Royal Copenhagen dish and cover and a Doulton Lambeth stoneware jug (8) £50-70
413.    A Victorian ruby glass decanter, and other ruby-cranberry coloured glassware £50-70
414.    A George II wine glass, two-piece construction with funnel bowl, cylindrical stem with air tear, conical folded foot, 6in. £50-70
415.    Two late George II cordial glasses, round funnel bowls, one half-moulded, the other engraved, plain cylindrical stems, conical folded feet, circa 1755 £70-80
416.    Two George III cordial glasses, one bowl cut and engraved, the other clear with faceted stem, circa 1770, 5in.
417.    Three 18th/19th century glass ale flutes, each bowl engraved with hops, tallest 6in. £60-80
418.    Three George III cordial glasses, one half-wrythen, another engraved, both with folded feet, the other with knopped stem, tallest 4.75in. £50-60
419.    Royal Worcester figures, September, 3457, December, 3458, Monday's Child, 3519, Joan, 2813, latter head re-attached £60-80
420.    Royal Doulton figures, Day Dreams, HN1731, Leading Lady, HN2269, Charlotte, HN2421, Victoria, HN2471 £60-80
421.    Three small Royal Doulton figures, Rose HN1368, Cissie, HN1809, Wendy, HN2109 £60-80
422.    Two Royal Doulton figures, Repose, HN2272, Queen Victoria, HN3125 together with a continental porcelain figure group, five other porcelain figures
423.    A 19th century engraved glass rummer, "pinched" glass decanter, Victorian royal commemorative pressed glass dishes, etc.
424.    Goss and other crested china, seventeen items total
425.    Meissen porcelain, lobed oval cabinet cup and saucer, factory second, two large circular serving dishes relief-moulded with foliage, blue and white dessert basket and two other items £70-100
426.    A Royal Worcester ivory-ground vase, brightly painted with flowers, date-code 1904, 14in., a similar jug, faults, Flight, Barr & Barr Worcester dessert plate, Chamberlain's Worcester plate, three other plates, comport and four ceramic tiles £50-80
427.    A group of five Lladro porcelain figures, four young girls and young boy £60-80
428.    Four various Lladro porcelain dog models, and a Lladro cat and mouse group £50-60
429.    Four Nao porcelain figures, young females, and four Lladro accessories £50-60
430.    Wade Whimsies, three rare boxed sets of animals £60-80
431.    Wade Whimsies, three rare boxed sets of animals, also to include three Colour Box Miniatures £60-80
432.    A cast brass Buddha, seated upon carved hardwood plinth, 10in. high £60-80
433.    A Chinese bone carving, three figures at work, 2.75in. wide, a Chinese carved ivory figure of a bearded gentleman, 4.5in. and a carved ivory cheroot holder. Export arrangements limited. Buyer beware
434.    A Chinese bronze pedestal bowl, with cast script and key-pattern borders, 11in. £50-70
435.    An Oriental wood-carving, entwined fish and underwater vegetation 12in.
436.    An Imari wall plate, floral-painted in traditional colourse, 14.5in., and another, 16in.
437.    Five Oriental soapstone carvings, pair of Satsuma Dogs of Fo, similar miniature vase and two small enamel pots, each with cover
438.    A Chinese parasol, painted with wild birds, 3ft. 5in. - stem lacking
439.    Various pairs of Buddhistic lions, ceramic and other materials, other ceramics include a Burleigh Ware royal commemorative mug, 1937, designed by Dame Laura Knight
440.    A pair of Imari porcelain vases, each with domed cover, painted in traditional colours, 10in., an Imari baluster vase, 9.5in. and a pair of Chinese famille roses, 9in. and three other items £100-150
441.    A Chinese ivory carving, miniature temple with enclosed seated female, 4.5in., and three eastern carved ivory goddess figures on wood plinths, tallest 6.5in. Export arrangements limited. Buyer beware £50-70
442.    A quantity of costume jewellery, snakeskin cigarette case, Concorde luggage label, etc.
443.    A small assortment of costume jewellery, a brass mechanical birdcage timepiece, and an onyx mantel timepiece
444.    *A 22ct. gold band wedding ring, 2.3 grams, an 18ct. gold engagement ring, two diamonds and central pearl, a silver charm bracelet, silver chain with fish pendant and a pair of silver golf-related cuff-links £100-150
445.    A red coral large-bead necklace
£60-80
446.    A red coral large-bead necklace
£60-80
447.    *A quantity of costume jewellery including a silver watch chain
448.    Three gold sovereigns, 1884, 1893, 1909, includes Melbourne and Sydney mints £450-500
449.    Three gold sovereigns, 1887, 1962, 1968 £450-500
450.    Three gold sovereigns, 1958, 1974, 1978 £450-500
451.    Three gold sovereigns, 1914, 1931, 1974, 1931 Pretoria, South Africa mint £450-500
452.    Three gold sovereigns, 1878, 1879, 1965, includes a Melbourne mint, all within yellow metal mounts, 30.1 grams total £500-550
453.    A gold sovereign and five gold half-sovereigns, sovereign 1974, half-sovereigns 1903, 1907, 1908, 1910 and 1913 £450-500
454.    A gold sovereign, 1979, uncirculated mint, in case £150-170
455.    A gold Krugerrand, 1974 £600-650
456.    *A gold commemorative coin, Kennedy Brothers, 8.7 grams, uncirculated mint, in case £150-200
457.    *Three 22ct. gold band wedding rings, 9 grams total £140-180
458.    Three gold/yellow metal rings, 18ct. gold signet ring, 5.9 grams - monogrammed, yellow metal cameo ring and a yellow metal chain-link ring, 1.9 grams £80-120
459.    An 18ct. gold and diamond-chip cluster ring, claw-set large central red stone, together with an 18ct. gold and seed-pearl half-hoop ring £150-200
460.    Two 18ct. gold and diamond-chip rings, and a yellow metal ring cross-over set with two blue-green stones £100-120
461.    *A Tresor gentleman's 9ct. gold wristwatch, on 9ct. gold bracelet strap, model D9999989, quartz movement £150-200
462.    Various commemorative crowns, a silver medal, RAC cap badge, five various gentlemans' wrist watches, engraved silver cigarette case, one other cigarette case and a pair of Harrods gilt-metal cuff-links £50-80
463.    An engine-turned 9ct. gold cigarette case, London 1959, 176.4 grams £1200-1500
464.    *An engine-turned 9ct. gold cigarette case, Chester 1931, 72.2 grams - personalised £500-550
465.    Ten 22ct. gold band wedding rings, 44.8 grams total £600-700
466.    Two gentleman's 9ct. gold bark-effect bracelets, 90.5 grams total
£500-600
467.    Seven 22ct. gold band wedding rings, 27 grams total
£350-400
468.    *Four 9ct. gold neck-chains, 36.3 grams total £200-250
469.    Four various 18ct. gold watch case components, 87.5 grams total £1200-1400
470.    Four 9ct. gold neck-chains, 53.2 grams total £300-350
471.    A 9ct. gold curb-link bracelet and two 9ct. gold neck-chains, 42.1 grams £250-300
472.    A late Victorian engraved yellow metal bracelet, flower-scroll design set four amethysts, 16.3 grams gross total, within original leather case SEE FRONT COVER
£200-300
473.    A 9ct. gold bracelet, with padlock clasp and four 9ct. gold fine-link neck-chains, 29.2 grams total
£240-280
474.    A late Victorian yellow metal brooch, elaborate scroll design with filigree, applied coral berries, 18.9 grams gross total, in original fitted leather case SEE ILLUSTRATION AND FRONT COVER £250-300
475.    An Asprey 9ct. gold propelling pencil and five other 9ct. gold propelling pencils £150-200
476.    *Eighteen various gold cuff-links, some pairs, largely 9ct. gold, some unmarked yellow metal, 71 grams total £300-400
477.    *Five various 22ct. gold band wedding rings, 15.9 grams total £240-280
478.    Four 9ct. gold neck-chains, 47 grams total £250-300
479.    Eight 22ct. gold band wedding rings, 32.2 grams total £450-500
480.    Three Victorian gold sovereigns, 1898, 1901, 1901 including Sydney and Melbourne mints £450-500
481.    Three Victorian gold sovereigns, 1894, 1896, 1896, including Melbourne and Sydney mints £450-500
482.    Three Victorian gold sovereigns, 1887, 1888, 1889, all Sydney and-or Melbourne mints £450-500
483.    Three Victorian gold sovereigns, 1887, 1891, 1892, Melbourne and Sydney mints £450-500
484.    Three Victorian gold sovereigns, 1888, 1889, 1892, latter Melbourne mint £450-500
485.    Three Victorian gold sovereigns, 1879, 1884, 1901, latter Perth mint £450-500
486.    Three gold sovereigns, 1873, 1908, 1911, 1908 Melbourne mint £450-500
487.    Three Victorian gold sovereigns, 1882, 1886, 1887, including Melbourne and Sydney mints £450-500
488.    Three Victorian gold sovereigns, 1875, 1880, 1885, including two Sydney mints £450-500
489.    Three Edward VII gold sovereigns, 1903, 1908, 1908, includes Perth and Sydney mints
£450-500
490.    Three Victorian gold sovereigns, 1893, 1895, 1895, includes Melbourne and Sydney mints
£450-500
491.    Three Victorian gold sovereigns, 1871, 1878, 1885, including two Melbourne mints £450-500
492.    Three Victorian gold sovereigns, 1876, 1878, 1885, including two Melbourne mints £450-500
493.    Three gold sovereigns, 1915, 1926, 1965, includes Melbourne mint and Pretoria, South Africa, 1926
£450-500
494.    Three George V gold sovereigns, 1912, 1913, 1929, latter Pretoria, South Africa mint, and Sydney mint
£450-500
495.    Three Victorian gold sovereigns, 1896, 1896, 1899, includes Melbourne mint
£450-500
496.    Three George V gold sovereigns, 1912, 1913, 1929, latter Pretoria, South Africa mint, also includes Perth mint £450-500
497.    Three Victorian gold sovereigns, 1871, 1878, 1886, includes Melbourne and Sydney mints £450-500
498.    Three Victorian gold sovereigns, 1898, 1899, 1899, includes two Melbourne mint £450-500
499.    Three Victorian gold sovereigns, 1885, 1885, 1887, all Melbourne or Sydney mints £450-500
500.    A gold Krugerrand, 1974 £600-650
501.    A gold Krugerrand, 1976
£600-650
502.    *Seven various 9ct. gold neck-chains, and three 9ct. gold bracelets, 68 grams total £400-450
503.    A small jewellery box containing six gold-yellow metal pocket watches, an 18ct. gold signet ring, engraved platinum wedding ring, 9ct. gold bracelet, 9ct. gold bangle, 15ct. gold bar brooch, bar brooch set seed pearls and turquoises, etc. £900-1200
504.    Various platinum wedding rings, 25.5 grams gross total and other white metal rings, many damaged £500-600
505.    *Three 9ct. gold necklaces, 55.9 grams total, together with a 9ct. gold bracelet, 15.5 grams and a yellow metal link necklace, 20.5 grams £450-500
506.    An Art Deco 18ct. white gold and diamond cocktail bracelet, pave-set, in original case £250-300
507.    Gold jewellery, rings, gate-link bracelet, pendants and brooches, cuff-links, etc. £300-400
508.    A Victorian yellow metal cameo brooch, Victorian gilt-metal and garnet bracelet, seed-pearl crescent brooch and an engraved gilt-metal bangle £70-100
509.    *19th century memorial jewellery, three brooches, two rings and two other items £150-200
510.    A Victorian 15ct. gold bangle, with filigree border, 33 grams £300-400
511.    Four gold half-sovereigns, 1903, 1905, 1911, 1914, all within 9ct. gold ring settings £350-400
512.    Eight various lady's 9ct. gold wristwatches £200-250
513.    Eighteen various lady's 9ct. gold wristwatches, some damaged and/or incomplete and a lady's 9ct. gold wristwatch case £200-250
514.    A gold Krugerrand, 1974 £600-650
515.    A late Victorian 18ct. gold pocket watch, T. Russell and Son, Liverpool, No. 87552, open-face, keyless-wind, Chester 1894, glass lacking SEE FRONT COVER £400-600
516.    An 18ct. gold pocket watch, open-face, keyless-wind, engraved monogram £180-250
517.    *Five various 9ct. gold bracelets, 71.4 grams total £400-450
518.    A continental 18ct. engine-turned gold cigarette case, 191.4 grams SEE FRONT COVER £2500-3000
519.    *An engine-turned 9ct. gold cigarette case, Birmingham 1927, 96.8 grams £500-600
520.    A 9ct. gold cigarette case, Birmingham 1920, 88 grams gross, personalised £450-550
521.    A 9ct. gold cigarette case, engine-turned and initialled, London 1928, 87.9 grams £450-550
522.    *An engine-turned 9ct. gold cigarette case, Chester 1929, 108 grams £600-700
523.    *A 9ct. gold cigarette case, 108 grams £600-700
524.    *An engine-turned 9ct. gold cigarette case, Birmingham 1931, 102 grams gross total £600-700
525.    Seven 22ct. gold wedding rings, 39.1 grams total £500-600
526.    Three 18ct. gold pocket watch cases, 129.2 grams total £1200-1500
527.    A lady's Rolex Oyster Perpetual gold and stainless steel Datejust wristwatch, with blue baton dial and Jubilee bracelet SEE ILLUSTRATION £1200-1500
528.    A collection of various wristwatches, and pocket watches
529.    Six gentlemans' wristwatches, dials named Garrard, Omega Electronic, Tissot, Helvetia, Zenith and Technos £60-80
530.    A quantity of silver and marcasite jewellery, bracelets, bangles, brooches, etc. £100-150
531.    A lady's Omega Constellation wristwatch, with diamond-set bezel and stainless steel and yellow metal bracelet strap, in box £300-350
532.    A lady's Accurist wristwatch, with diamond-set bezel stones, incomplete, stainless steel bracelet strap
533.    A 9ct. gold bangle, 10.8 grams £60-80
534.    A gentleman's yellow metal signet ring, 15.1 grams £80-100
535.    Football interest: a 9ct. gold winner's medal, to George Welton, League Winners, France, 1918-1919, on yellow metal link chain, 24.7 grams £250-300
536.    *A 22ct. gold band wedding ring, 3.6 grams, and a yellow metal ring set five clear stones, and a royal commemorative button, Queen Elizabeth II £50-70
537.    A 22ct. gold band wedding ring, 5.1 grams, and a pair of yellow metal ear-rings, 3 grams total £100-130
538.    *An 18ct. gold and diamond half-hoop ring, three diamonds, size R £100-150
539.    An 18ct. gold and diamond half-hoop ring, five graduated diamonds, size S £120-150
540.    A 9ct. gold cross pendant, personalised, a silver horseshoe bracelet, single ear-ring with old-cut diamond chip and other items
541.    A small 18ct. gold and diamond half-hoop ring, a marcasite pendant, modern pair of Feng Shui diamond ear-rings, costume jewellery, etc. £60-80
542.    A 22ct. gold band wedding ring, 6.1 grams, together with a Republica Peruana gold Lima coin, 1.8 grams £100-130
543.    A yellow metal ring, claw-set with central opal and two amethysts, size K/L £60-80
544.    A gentleman's Louis Vuitton wristwatch, metallic brown dial with date, monogrammed crown, manufacturer's leather strap and buckle, reverse side numbered 3919 Q1312 £140-180
545.    An Hermes Heure H wristwatch, stainless steel with monogrammed crown, manufacturer's brown leather bracelet and buckle, reverse detailed HH1.210 1667933 £140-180
546.    An 18ct. gold half-hoop ring, ruby and two diamonds in platinum claw setting, size M/N £60-80
547.    A quantity of costume jewellery
548.    Two jade bead necklaces, and a green-stone amulet with incised script, cracked £60-80
549.    *An 18ct. gold and diamond half-hoop ring, five small graduated diamonds, Chester 1915, size P
550.    An 18ct. gold half-hoop ring, three diamonds in platinum claw setting, size N, principal stone minute chip to table
551.    *An 18ct. gold half-hoop ring, three rubies and four small diamonds, claw setting, Birmingham 1916, size P £80-100
552.    A leather jewellery casket, containing a silver eternity ring, other rings, brooches, etc.
553.    A Victorian cameo brooch, oval-shape within yellow metal mount, a yellow metal ring, claw-set with two small stones and an engraved oval locket £60-80
554.    A white metal bangle, with pierced detail and yellow metal buckle, together with a 14ct. gold and sapphire ring and a yellow metal bar brooch £60-80
555.    A Victorian coral bead necklace, and a coral bar brooch
556.    A Victorian/Edwardian garnet three-row necklace, with yellow metal clasp, and pair of matching ear-rings £80-100
557.    An Edwardian 9ct. gold and seed-pearl brooch, circular-shape, numerous seed pearls £70-80
558.    A cultured pearl necklace, graduated pearls on 9ct. white gold mount
559.    A pair of yellow metal ear-rings, knotted design, 3.7 grams total, and a pair of pearl-type ear-rings, 9ct. gold mounts
560.    
561.    A lady's Omega 9ct. gold wristwatch, Birmingham 1933, presentation inscription; expanding gilt-metal strap £70-80
562.    A diamond solitaire ring, brilliant-cut stone, approx. 3ct., claw setting, unmarked white metal shank, size J/K £7000-8000
563.    WITHDRAWN -A 9ct. gold dress ring, clear stones and central pale stone, claw setting, size L/M £50-70
564.    A quantity of costume jewellery, two Victorian double-ended coloured glass scent bottles, pre-decimal coins, etc.
565.    An Italian 9ct. gold curb-link necklace, 25.8 grams £180-200
566.    *An 18ct. gold crucifix pendant, on 9ct. gold fine-link chain, 5.4 grams total, two 9ct. gold signet rings, 5.7 grams total, an eternity ring, a 9ct. gold fine-link necklace, pair of ear-studs, 9ct. gold heart-shape pendant set, each with a pearl-type stone £100-130
567.    Two 9ct. gold rings, each set with an aquamarine, a lady's 9ct. gold Brand X wristwatch, on yellow metal bracelet strap and two silver bangles £100-120
568.    *An 18ct. gold and diamond half-hoop ring, three stones in platinum claw setting, size I, and a white metal three-stone diamond ring, claw settings, size L £100-130
569.    *Three 9ct. gold band wedding rings, 11.3 grams total and a 9ct. gold bracelet with padlock clasp, 5.8 grams £100-130
570.    A yellow metal diamond cluster ring, nine small diamonds, size N/O £60-80
571.    Seven various wristwatches, and an assortment of modern costume jewellery £50-60
572.    A collection of coins and banknotes, includes commemorative crowns £50-70
573.    Victorian and later costume jewellery, including an engraved silver bangle
574.    *An 18ct. gold diamond solitaire ring, claw setting, brilliant-cut stone, approx. 0.5ct., together with a 22ct. gold band wedding ring and a 9ct. gold half-hoop ring £200-250
575.    A 9ct. engraved gold bangle, 17.2 grams, together with a Victorian gilt-metal bangle and a yellow metal Regard brooch, oval-shape with scroll surround, agate ground £150-200
576.    A yellow metal and diamond full eternity ring, numerous diamonds, size P £250-300
577.    *A collection of white metal dress rings, 30 total, miscellaneous stones and settings £60-80
578.    *A 9ct. gold solitaire ring, set large clear stone, an 18ct. gold and enamel ring and an 18ct. gold buckle ring with inset small diamond £50-70
579.    *A 9ct. gold cross pendant, 20.8 grams £100-150
580.    A suite of silver plated cutlery, six-place setting contained within fitted canteen, other plated cutlery and a pair of knife-rests
581.    A Georgian silver sugar caster, 4.5in., pair of George III circular silver salts, London 1817, a silver shell dish and an oval silver box, pierced cover formerly hinged and enamelled £200-250
582.    Two early 20th century claret jugs, cut glass with silver plated mounts, and a silver plated and glass six-bottle cruet set
583.    Two good sets of twelve silver plated dessert knives and forks, and another, set of six, all in original fitted cases £70-80
584.    An Edward VII engraved silver dessert set, twelve knives and forks, embossed silver ferrules, mother of pearl handles, G G Rhoden, Sheffield 1902, contained within fitted oak case £120-150
585.    Eleven various Georgian and later silver dessert spoons, silver soup spoon, three white metal tablespoons, engraved small silver spoon, part suite of silver flatware, etc. approx. 50oz. total £380-450
586.    A quantity of damaged silver components £70-100
587.    A silver teapot, with gadrooned border, W. Hutton, London 1910, and a silver two-handled gadrooned-pattern sugar bowl, Sheffield 1920, approx. 32oz. gross total £180-220
588.    A good silver four-piece teaset, melon-shape with engraved detail, teapot and hot water pot with wood handles, milk jug and two-handled sugar bowl, Adie Bros., Birmingham 1955, approx. 70oz. gross total SEE FRONT COVER £600-800
589.    A silver two-handled cup, Birmingham 1905, an oval, embossed silver dish, Chester 1899, approx. 13oz. and an engine-turned silver photograph frame £100-130
590.    A quantity of plated ware £50-60
591.    An early 20th century silver Chancery inkstand, rectangular-shape, hinged cover enclosing two inkwells and pen-tray, carrying handle to each side, retailer Brook & Son, Edinburgh, London 1915, approx. 32oz., 9in. wide - monogrammed £250-350
592.    *A large silver cigarette box, rectangular-shape, London 1918, 8in.-initialled £60-80
593.    Two silver charm bracelets, engraved and enamelled silver compact, oval silver and agate box and other silver ornaments and jewellery £90-120
594.    A set of four early George III silver dessert spoons, Old English pattern, London 1762, approx. 8oz. £60-80
595.    Four silver pocket watches, one dial signed Baume, Geneve
596.    A small silver chamberstick by Robert Hennell II, lobed circular form with extinguisher, palmette thumbpiece, London 1821, rare assay hallmark with crowned leopard's head, 3.5in. diameter - crested £200-250
597.    A pair of Asprey silver candlesticks, Georgian style on circular bases, London 1924, 8in.-loaded £200-300
598.    Two silver pocket watches, one on silver chain with T-bar and clip
599.    Three silver pocket watches, two lady's engraved silver pocket watches and a Damas military pocket watch
600.    A set of three George IV silver bottle tickets, Bucellas, Madeira and Sherry, Joseph Wilmore, Birmingham 1826
601.    A Genoese silver filigree card case, with cover, complete with an hand-written card dated 1858, together with two engraved silver napkin rings
602.    Small silverware, two-handled trophy, engraved and enamelled vesta case, four condiments and server spoon, tea strainer £100-120
603.    Silver plated ware, including two entree dishes, one with cover and an hot plate
604.    A silver four-piece teaset, teapot, hot water pot, each with hardwood handle, sugar bowl and milk jug, oval, half-fluted form, Roberts & Dore, Sheffield 1981, hot water pot 1975, together with a pair of silver sugar tongs, approx. 69oz. gross total SEE ILLUSTRATION £400-500
605.    A pair of silver plated candelabra, each with five cast sconces, 10.5in.
606.    A William IV silver soup ladle, fiddle, thread and shell pattern, London 1835, approx. 10.5oz. £70-80
607.    Five various embossed silver photograph frames £50-70
608.    A quantity of silver plated ware, including cutlery £50-70
609.    A silver-mounted glass hip-flask, London 1904, silver cigarette case, glass bottle with embossed silver mount, small embossed silver bowl with inset coin, and other items £60-80
610.    An early 20th century cut glass scent bottle, with embossed silver cover, a silver-mounted glass dressing bottle, glass biscuit barrel with silver plated cover, on plated stand, and a silver plated sifter spoon
611.    A small rectangular silver photograph frame, silver-mounted glass oil bottle, silver-mounted timepiece, silver-mounted glass scent bottle, five items of silver flatware and an Elkingtons plated mug
612.    Four silver-mounted glass dressing bottles, silver hairbrush embossed with Reynold's Angels, silver hand-mirror and three items of silver flatware £80-100
613.    *A silver sugar caster, silver tea strainer, on stand, Victorian silver sauce ladle, silver caddy spoon and an assortment of silver plated cutlery £50-70
614.    A large suite of continental white metal cutlery, cast neo-classical design for a twelve-place setting £200-300
615.    A Mappin & Webb embossed silver dish, 3.5in. and an Elgin gold-plated pocket watch, enamelled dial and keyless wind
616.    A silver plated wine cooler, three-piece teaset, and other plated ware including cutlery
617.    A Victorian silver travelling Communion set, chalice, paten and holy wine bottle, in original fitted case, London 1854, four silver-bladed folding fruit knives, silver caddy spoon and three other items £80-100
618.    Georgian and later silver flatware, including five pairs of sugar tongs, pair of salad servers and a caddy spoon, approx. 29oz. £180-220
619.    A Mappin & Webb silver pedestal bowl, two-handled pedestal form, London 1909, together with a pair of oval, embossed silver trinket dishes, engraved silver evening purse and a cased christening pair, approx. 15oz. total, and three items of silver plated flatware £80-100
620.    A set of six silver napkin rings, each in presentation box, together with a pair of oval, pierced silver dishes, 5.5in., late Victorian silver helmet-shape cream jug, London 1896 and a modern Guernsey silver-mounted magnifying glass, approx. 12oz. weighable total £100-120
621.    A cased set of RSPB silver spoons, twelve total £70-80
622.    A pair of silver entree dishes, with covers, cast borders, Sheffield 1927, approx. 93oz. total £650-700
623.    An Edward VII silver serving dish, boat-shape with cast border, Sheffield 1904, approx. 12oz., together with a Victorian silver boat-shape sugar bowl, with swing handle, Chester 1896, approx. 5oz. £100-130
624.    A silver coffee pot, tapering shape with hinged cover, black wood handle, London 1913, approx. 12.75oz. gross total £100-150
625.    A pair of silver sauce jugs, bead borders and claw feet, London 1916, approx. 7oz. total, and an Edward VII silver oil lamp with bird's head terminal, approx. 5oz. £80-120
626.    An unusual silver tin, cylindrical-shape with cover, Birmingham 1946, approx. 8oz., monogrammed and inscribed £70-80
627.    Three pairs of silver christening servers, each engraved and in original leather case £50-70
628.    A collection of twenty-two various silver jam servers, pair of silver sugar tongs, approx. 13.oz. total and three items of silver plated flatware £100-150
629.    A modern silver novelty Guernsey milk can, with cover, 5in., and a similar Guernsey milk churn, 3in., approx. 9oz. total, each in original box £80-120
630.    A Mappin & Webb silver condiment trio, cast in Adam-style, London 1912, approx. 7oz., and an odd silver server spoon, in original leather case £60-80
631.    A modern silver plated canteen of cutlery, King's pattern, a plated and engraved tray and other silver plated ware
632.    Continental white metal cutlery, two cased sets of twelve, boxed pair of silver-handled salad servers and a boxed pair of silver handled server spoons
633.    *A quantity of silver plated cutlery
634.    Ken Hammond - marine watercolour, tallship and small boating in calm waters, signed, 10 x 27in.
635.    After Leighton - modern oil on canvas, full-length semi-nude female, 40 x 30in. £80-120
636.    An 18th-19th century oil on canvas, copy of an Old Master, young female seated with inscribed paper, unsigned, 18.5 x 14.5in., moulded gilt frame £100-150
637.    C. N. Rowe - watercolour, rocky coastline, inscribed verso, "Near Falmouth", signed and dated 1916, 14 x 21in.
638.    A large oil on canvas, wheat harvesting, indistinctly signed and dated 1949, 26 x 39in.
639.    An oil on board, lamp-lit street populated by youths, bearing a signature, L. S. Lowry, bearing a date, 1966, 14 x 21in. £100-150
640.    H. E. Tidmarsh (exh. 1880-1918) - watercolour, view across The Thames towards St. Paul's Cathedral, indistinctly signed and dated 1899, 11 x 15in., also to include a reference monograph on the artist, The Streets Of London by Ralph Hyde, pub. Red Scorpion, 1993 £200-300
641.    H. E. Tidmarsh - watercolour, Lincoln and Lincoln Cathedral, signed and dated 1915, 22 x 15in. £150-200
642.    H. E. Tidmarsh - watercolour, young female seated upon park bench, signed and indistinctly dated, 22 x 15in. £150-200
643.    H. E. Tidmarsh - watercolour, seated cavalier and female admirer, signed, 21 x 15in. £150-200
644.    H. E. Tidmarsh - watercolour, country house, garden and gardener, entitled Oxford, signed and dated 1915, 14 x 10in. £120-150
645.    H. E. Tidmarsh - watercolour, entitled The Baptistry, Canterbury, a view of the Cathedral and foreground garden, signed, 15 x 11in. £150-200
646.    Caroline Burnett - oil on board, Paris street scene, signed, 12 x 16in.
647.    A pair of 19th century portrait miniatures, in mahogany frames, and four other framed portrait miniatures
648.    John H Bacon - pair of watercolours, scenes from Shakespeare, Twelfth Night and The Tempest, signed and dated '97, 11 x 8in. £60-80
649.    Will Longstaff - oil on canvas, portrait bust of a naval officer, 18 x 18in.
650.    A collection of household pictures, all framed
651.    A Victorian oil on canvas, still life fruit, 12 x 17in., carved giltwood frame £50-70
652.    Charles Ginner - pair of coloured engravings, one entitled verso, Boscastle, and other pictures, all framed
653.    Gillian M. Hobbs - pen and wash, Steyne Gardens, Worthing, and eight other pictures, all framed
654.    A 19th century watercolour - three-masted battleship and small boats on calm waters, unsigned, 13 x 16in.
655.    Ernest Parkman (1856-1921) - 19th century watercolour, named view of St. Nicholas Church, Bristol with foreground boating, signed and inscribed, 13 x 17in. £50-70
656.    •William Hyams (1878-1952) - watercolour, view of The Court Farm, Patcham, signed, label verso
657.    Charles J. Watson - Victorian watercolour, High Water, Bosham, September 1888, signed, inscribed and dated, 9.5 x 13.5in. - label verso
658.    After William Lionel Wyllie (1851-1931) - watercolour dated 1890, The Birth of a Titan, battleship, a tug and smallboats approaching land, signed and dated, entitled pencil lower left, 6 x 12in.
659.    Rex Phillips (born 1931) - oil on board, "British Frigates in the Norwegian Leads", labelled verso, signed and dated '82, 16 x 20in. £80-120
660.    W. A. Earp (fl.1880-1900) - pair of watercolours, The Old Chain Pier, Brighton, and Old Brighton, signed, 5.5 x 9in. £100-150
661.    An abstract oil on board - rough seas at coastline, indistinctly signed lower right, 18 x 42in.
662.    Thomas Lound (1802-61) - watercolour en grisaille, coastline fisherfolk, unsigned, 9 x 12.5in. £50-70
663.    Edwin Harris - canvas laid on board, a wooded Sussex landscape, signed lower left, Aldridge Bros. Worthing label verso, 9.5 x 13.5in.
664.    •Cyril Mount (1920-2013), large oil on hardboard, entitled label verso, Paradise Lost and Regained again in Cyberspace, complex alegorical composition, numerous dancing nudes and bearded guitarist, Miss Virtuality and foreground spectators, signed, 35 x 47in. £300-400
665.    James Scott Maxwell (1845-1922) - pen, watercolour and gouache ship portrait, SS Deutschland, Hamburg American Line, dated 1900, 7 x 10in. - frameless £50-70
666.    James Scott Maxwell (1845-1922) - pen, watercolour and gouache, ship portrait, The Steam Yacht Thistle, signed, inscribed and dated 1883, 5.5in. x 9in. - frameless £50-70
667.    H. Louis Rawsen - watercolour, Trans-Atlantic Return Ferry Service, 1941, RAF Liberator, signed, 10.5 x 15in., flown by Capt. O.P. Jones, labelled details verso, together with a colour print, BOAC Constellation Speedbird
668.    William Minshall Birchall (1884-1941) - watercolour, steam yacht on rough seas entitled Down Channel, signed and dated 1933, 5 x 7in. £120-150
669.    •J. H. Powell - watercolour, a view of Shoreham Harbour, Sussex, indistinctly signed, 11 x 15in.
670.    Pre-publication artwork for A Book of Ships, by Richard Ogle, Bournemouth, illustrations include HMS Victory
671.    •J. H. Powell - watercolour, racing yachts and middle-distant tankers, signed, 11 x 15in.
672.    T. Williams - oil on canvas, impressionist-type harbour with arrival of fishing fleet, signed and dated 1927, 16 x 24in. £150-200
673.    A. E. Pearson - marine oil on hardboard, inscribed verso 'Pilot Vessel "Link" at the Needles', monogrammed, signed, inscribed and dated verso 1970, 11 x 20in.
674.    Henry Earp, senior (1831-1914) - watercolour, country pathway with cattle and drover, signed H. Earp snr, 10.5 x 15in.
675.    G. Crisp - Victorian oil on canvas, still life fruit, signed and dated 1888, 8 x 12in. £100-150
676.    G. Leslie Baseley - watercolour, Grand Canal, Venice, 13 x 21in. £80-120
677.    G. Leslie Baseley - watercolour, a Venice waterway, signed and dated 1908, 14 x 10in. £60-80
678.    G. Leslie Baseley - watercolour, Maccagno, a view of the port and populated street, signed and dated 1907, 9.5 x 24in. £70-100
679.    G. Leslie Baseley - watercolour, The Rialto Bridge, Venice, signed and dated 1907, 13 x 21in. £80-120
680.    G. Leslie Baseley - pair of small watercolours, coastal British views, signed, one dated 1910, 4.5 x 3in. and a pair of colour prints after J. Mac-Whirter
681.    Duran Faine - modern oil on canvas, panoramic riverscape, signed, 24 x 36in.
682.    WITHDRAWN - An oil on canvas - Venetian canal with workmen, unsigned, 24 x 30in.
683.    A large signed limited edition colour marine print, after J. Steven Dews, signed in pencil on mount
684.    •Alexander Wilson - oil on canvas, Cafe Bar, thick impasto in the style of C. R. Doyly John, signed, 16 x 20in. - label verso Aldridge Bros., Worthing £50-70
685.    Dion Pears - oil on canvas, Chinese sailing vessel, signed, 28 x 36in.
686.    Ida Simpson - oil on panel, mother and child, 28 x 23in.
687.    WITHDRAWN B. W. Leader - monochrome etching, riverside view with barge and middle-distant church, signed in pencil on mount, 18 x 28in. £50-70