Antiques, Furniture, Collectables and Household Effects Sale on
Tuesday 16th May 2017

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1.      An unusual Art Deco oak-veneered writing desk, super-imposed stationery fittings include two glass inkwells, hinged top, bookshelves to each side, top quarter-veneered with chequer inlay, kneehole arrangement includes integral seat, 3ft. 1in. £150-200
2.      A large French oak draw-leaf dining table, with two shallow frieze drawers, chamfered square legs with H-stretchers, 7ft. x 2ft. 10in. £150-200
3.      A set of eight French oak dining chairs, including pair of carvers, bar-backs with rush seats £80-100
4.      An Edwardian inlaid mahogany display cabinet, lined interior with two shelves, enclosed by a pair of astragal-glazed doors, 2ft. 11in. - one glass pane cracked £50-70
5.      A set of six oak Carolean-style dining chairs, including pair of carvers, carved top-rails, caned backs and drop-in seats
6.      A George III mahogany bureau, fall-front enclosing eight pigeonholes and seven shallow drawers, four long oak-lined drawers beneath, mouldings carved with lunettes, circa 1760, 3ft. 4in. £100-150
7.      A Victorian mahogany desk, inset gilt-tooled leather top above three frieze drawers, shelves beneath enclosed by panelled cupboard doors, 4ft. 3in. £100-150
8.      A late Victorian burr walnut card table, serpentine-shape with cross-banding and ormolu mounts in Louis XV-style, revolving, hinged top above shaped apron, on cabriole legs, 3ft. 2in. £150-200
9.      An early 19th century mahogany bow-fronted chest, cross-banded top above two short and three long drawers, each oak-lined with replacement brass ring handles, splay feet, 3ft. 6in. £200-250
10.     A mahogany baby grand piano, Rogers of London, overstrung iron frame £200-300
11.     A Victorian inlaid burr walnut card table, half-round shape, on stem with four turned columns, four carved outswept legs with ceramic casters, 2ft. 11in. £100-150
12.     An early 19th century mahogany Pembroke table, with single frieze drawer, on turned, tapering legs with casters, 3ft. - drawer linings lacking
13.     A George III oak bureau, fitted interior with seven drawers and central cupboard, four long graduated drawers beneath, circa 1780, 3ft. 2in. - some attention needed £80-120
14.     A Victorian oak Sutherland table, on turned underframe with ceramic casters, 2ft. 9in.
15.     An Oriental occasional table, gilt-tooled leather chess-board top on four-legged carved wood underframe, 1ft. 6in.
16.     An Edwardian mahogany sideboard, two long and two short drawers, further cellarette drawer, cabriole legs, 5ft. 2in.
17.     An Edwardian inlaid mahogany display cabinet, raised back with three bevelled and shaped mirror plates, two over-shelves, serpentine-fronted base with two glazed cabinets, central drawer and cupboard base, inlaid with urns and foliage in box and harewood, carved cabriole legs, 4ft. 6in. wide; 7ft. high £150-200
18.     An early 20th century brass floor-lamp, with green shade, together with a burr walnut side table with single drawer, as viewed
19.     A pair of late Victorian walnut drawing room armchairs, with carved scroll crestings, front turned legs with casters, upholstered in pale blue and gold floral dralon
20.     A Victorian giltwood mirror, rectangular-shape with carved twists and cusped gothic arches, original mirror plate, 32 x 22in. £80-120
21.     A Victorian mahogany tripod table, with rectangular top, circular oak tripod table, Victorian mahogany bar-back dining chair and an oak joint stool with hinged top, on casters
22.     An early 19th century mahogany Pembroke table, with single frieze drawer, on reeded, tapering legs with casters, 2ft. 10in. - top split
23.     A 19th century mahogany drop-leaf occasional table, modified, and a nest of two tables, as viewed
24.     A late Georgian mahogany corner cupboard, bow-fronted with open shelves and tambour cupboard enclosed by a pair of flame-veneered doors, splay bracket feet, 3ft. 1in. wide £70-100
25.     A George III mahogany kneehole desk, arrangement of eight drawers and central cupboard, brass swan-neck handles, bracket feet, circa 1770, 2ft. 9in. £250-300
26.     A late Victorian inlaid mahogany bedside cupboard, swan-neck pediment above panelled marquetry door, single-shelf enclosed, 1ft. 4in.
27.     An Edwardian inlaid mahogany piano stool, with hinged, upholstered seat, and a brass floor lamp, on circular base
28.     An Edwardian rosewood and marquetry chiffonier, raised back with three bevelled mirror plates and two overshelves, bow-fronted base with two drawers and two cupboards, on turned legs, the whole inlaid with urns and foliage in box wood, 4ft. 6in. wide £200-300
29.     A Victorian oak clerk's desk, sloping top with inset rexine, kneehole arrangement of seven drawers, embossed brass handles, on casters, 3ft. 6in. £100-150
30.     A pair of Edwardian inlaid mahogany drawing-room elbow chairs, with upholstered seats and backs, together with a pair of Edwardian mahogany slat-back drawing-room single chairs
31.     An Edwardian inlaid mahogany lady's bureau, enclosed fittings above three drawers, 2ft.
32.     A burr walnut nest of three tables, serpentine-shape on cabriole legs, 2ft. 8in.

33.     A Louis XV-style giltwood firescreen, with inset tapestry panel, on scroll feet, 2ft. 2in.
34.     An Edwardian inlaid mahogany display cabinet, pair of glazed doors enclosing two fitted, lined shelves, boxwood inlay in neo-classical style, 3ft. 8in. £100-150
35.     A pair of late Victorian mahogany drawing room single chairs, carved detail to splat-backs, upholstered seats on front cabriole legs
36.     A Georgian provincial oak occasional table, circular top on slim tapering legs with pad feet, top 2ft. 1in.
37.     A Victorian mahogany linen press, pair of panelled doors enclosing two adjustable shelves, six drawers beneath enclosed by a pair of panelled doors, ogee bracket feet, 4ft. 5in. wide £70-80
38.     A Victorian Flemish-style dark oak settle, panelled back carved with male figures playing nine-pins, carved griffin arm-supports, carved box-base with hinged seat, 5ft. wide £180-250
39.     An 18th century oak gateleg table, with single drawer, on baluster-turned underframe, 3ft. 6in.
40.     A late Victorian mahogany music chest, five fall-front drawers with embossed copper handles, open recess beneath
41.     An early George II-style moulded gilt mirror, with elaborate leaf-scroll cresting, rectangular bevelled plate, 5ft. x 2ft. 11in. £50-70
42.     A Victorian chaise longue, upholstered in a machine tapestry, on turned legs with casters £80-120
43.     A George III mahogany bureau, fall-front enclosing an arrangement of drawers, pigeonholes and central cupboard, four graduated drawers beneath, contemporary oval, pressed brass handles, circa 1770, 3ft. 1in. - faults
44.     A set of six dark oak dining chairs, including carver, with barley-twist backs and front stretchers, rush seats - clean £60-80
45.     A dark oak draw-leaf dining table, on barley-twist legs and cross-stretchers, 3ft. opening to 6ft. £50-70
46.     An early 19th century mahogany drop-leaf breakfast table, with single drawer, pedestal stem and four outswept legs with good carved claw feet, ceramic casters, circa 1820, 3ft. 9in. £100-150
47.     A late 17th century oak coffer, panelled throughout, frontage carved with lunettes, 3ft. 3in. £60-80
48.     A Victorian mahogany spoon-back elbow chair, frame deeply-carved, on front cabriole legs with ceramic casters, upholstered seat and back £60-80
49.     A German WWII painted pine trunk, with metal mounts, 3ft. £100-150
50.     A Sommerfeld mahogany baby grand piano, seven-octave keyboard and over-strung iron frame
51.     A large late Victorian oak sideboard, raised back incorporating six bevelled mirror plates, break-arch cresting, cupboard base with two open recesses and two drawers, 6ft. wide; 7ft. 8in. high £80-120
52.     A George III 8-day longcase clock, square enamelled dial with date aperture, movement with anchor escapement, oak case with swan-neck pediment, with key, pendulum and weights £100-150
53.     A George III 8-day longcase clock, 12in. arched square dial signed Samuel Wainwright, Northampton, No. 3031, with subsidiary date and seconds dials, moon phases and lunar day to arch, 8-day movement striking on a bell, mahogany case with three brass pommel finials, fluted columns with inset brass, with weights and pendulum, 7ft. 6in. SEE ILLUSTRATION £600-800
54.     A George III 8-day longcase clock, 12in. arched, silvered dial signed Plowman, Chichester, with subsidiary date and seconds dials, moon phases to arch, movement striking on a bell, unusual feature of vertically-mounted crown wheel controlling strike, mahogany case with three brass pommel finials, trunk door with ebony stringing, with weights and pendulum, 7ft. 2in. £400-600
54A.    A George III 8-day longcase clock, circular enamelled dial, flame-veneered mahogany case, with pendulum and weights, 6ft. 4in. high £250-350
55.     A George III 30-hour longcase clock, 12in. square, enamelled dial signed Davey, Lewes, subsidiary date and seconds dials, mahogany case with swan-neck pediment, pommel finial and gilt-brass Corinthian capitals to hood, with pendulum and weight, 6ft. 10in. high - pendulum attachment faulty £200-300
56.     A dark oak student's bureau, 2ft., together with a pair of wicker open shelf units, and a wicker two-tiered coffee table
57.     A wrought iron candlestand, floor-standing with five candle sconces, and matching ceiling light with six pricket-type sconces
58.     An 18th century-style moulded gilt wall mirror, 41in., and a pair of smaller similar mirrors
59.     Two large period-style moulded gilt wall mirrors, each rectangular, 4ft. 6in. and 4ft.
60.     A moulded gilt wall mirror, near-square shape with central bevelled plate, 40in.
61.     A large oval gilt mirror, 3ft. 6in., and a moulded gilt overmantel, rococo style, 4ft.
62.     Two period French-style moulded gilt console tables, one with figural stem, marble tops, and an Indian claret and cream hearth rug, also to include a relpica Samurai sword on stand
63.     Five various period-style gilt wall mirrors, two with bevelled plates
64.     An oval gilt mirror, neo-classical style with bevelled plate, 2ft. 9in., a rectangular moulded gilt mirror and six other various framed mirrors
65.     A solid, dark oak gateleg table, on barley-twist underframe, 2ft. 11in. and an oak occasional table, as viewed
66.     A period-style dark oak bookcase, pair of leaded, glazed doors enclosing two shelves, linenfold cupboard base, 3ft. 2in.
67.     A small mahogany sofa table, flame-veneered top with drop-leaves, two frieze drawers, on four cabriole legs, 2ft.
68.     A reproduction burr walnut lady's bureau, fall-front above single drawer, carved cabriole legs, 1ft. 9in. together with a panelled oak coffer, 3ft. 7in.
69.     A period-style mahogany chest, four long drawers, brass ring handles, bracket feet, 2ft. 3in.
70.     A reproduction mahogany bureau, flame-veneered fall-front above four drawers, 1ft. 9in.
71.     A 1920's dark oak-veneered grandmother clock, with silvered dial and chiming movement, with key and pendulum, 4ft. 10in.
72.     A mahogany tripod table, circular top on reeded stem, 1ft. 6in., and a mahogany duet stool with petit-point needlework seat
73.     A period-style dark oak side cupboard, carved detail with two drawers, 3ft., together with a dark oak nest of three tables, 2ft. 4in.
74.     A solid, dark oak hall stand, features include oval mirror, six coat-hooks, stick-stands with drip-trays, 6ft. high
75.     An Oriental camphorwood trunk, deeply-carved throughout, with engraved brass lock, 3ft. 4in.
76.     A modern, dark-finished chest, two long and three short drawers, similar bedside chest of three drawers, and a period-style gilt wall mirror
77.     A modern kitchen diner set, circular pedestal table, four stick-back chairs, clean
78.     A matched dining room set, elm drop-leaf table, panelled oak dresser with plate-rack, 4ft., and five stick-back chairs including carver, as viewed
79.     Two reproduction mahogany corner cabinets, each floor-standing, 5ft. 10in. high
80.     A Victorian-style solid oak dining room set, large table on cabriole legs, 6ft. 3in., set of eight upholstered balloon-back chairs, on fluted legs £50-100
81.     A reproduction mahogany Bonheur du Jour, arrangement of cupboards and drawers above tooled leather top, serpentine front with two drawers, 3ft.
82.     A reproduction open bookcase, two shelves, 3ft. together with a serpentine-fronted mahogany chest, five drawers, 1ft. 8in.
83.     A mahogany nest of three tables, matching coffee table, narrow open bookcase, and two compact disc racks
84.     A period-style wing armchair, upholstered in a buttoned red leather, front cabriole legs
85.     A Victorian maple dining chair, with carved bar-back and front turned legs, together with a carved and painted wood decoy duck
86.     A Singer cast iron sewing table, with marble top, modified, together with a mahogany butler's tray, on folding stand
87.     A solid, dark oak cupboard, enclosed by a pair of Gothic tracery panelled doors, 1ft. 8in.
88.     A reproduction mahogany open bookcase, five adjustable shelves, 2ft. 6in. wide; 6ft. high
89.     A pair of late Victorian single chairs, with upholstered seats, together with a reproduction oval mahogany coffee table
90.     An early 20th century longcase clock, 11in. square, silvered dial with chiming movement, dark oak case with glazed trunk, 6ft.
91.     A pair of early 20th century terracotta garden planters, square with moulded leaf detail, 1ft. 6in.
92.     A reproduction mahogany floor-standing corner cabinet, astragal-glazed door enclosing two shelves, flame-veneered cupboard base, 5ft. 11in. high
93.     A Victorian Captain's chair, beech with elm seat, bow-back with spindles, attention needed
94.     A Georgian-style burr walnut D-end dining table, with extra leaf, on tripod pedestal supports, 4ft. 6in. opening to 6ft. together with a set of three distressed walnut coffee tables, one long with twin glass panes, two square, each with single glass pane, caned undertiers, longest 4ft. 2in.
94A.    A panelled oak blanket chest, 2ft. 10in.
94B.    An unusual Victorian mahogany cupboard whatnot, rectangular with single drawer, flame-veneered cupboard base, on casters, 1ft. 7in.
95.     A pair of early 20th century mahogany single chairs, slat-backs and drop-in rush seats, and a black-painted office armchair with caned seat
96.     A Victorian dark oak two-seater hall stool, on tapering legs, 2ft. 8in.
97.     An Eastern wool carpet, 11ft. 6in. x 8ft. 3in. and three wool rugs
98.     A red lacquer Shodana, stepped design with an arrangement of drawers, cupboards and recesses, 27in. wide £60-80
99.     A Korean collectors' chest, three drawers above an arrangement of sixteen short drawers, enclosed by a pair of doors, engraved brass mounts throughout, 2ft. 2in.
100.    An early 19th century mahogany tea caddy, sarcophagus-shape with gilt-brass lion-mask ring handles, 12in., and an early cut-throat razor in original box, as viewed
101.    A Yashica-B box camera, lens 1:3.5, f=80mm., in leather case, and a Samsung portable camera with zoom
102.    A Victorian oil lamp, with enamelled glass reservoir, pair of floral baluster table lamps, an adjustable brass table lamp and a pair of floral-printed ceramic table lamps
103.    Onyx household ornaments, including mantel clock, an urn, 13in., and a table lamp, also to include a Victorian copper kettle
104.    A period-style wheel barometer, 42in., together with a similar wall clock with arched, brass dial
105.    A large simulated alabaster urn, on Corinthian plinth, large simulated bronze female portrait bust, on similar pedestal and other decorative items
106.    A group of three signed Gordon King colour prints, each mounted within moulded gilt frame, limited editions, signed by the artist in pencil on mount
107.    A graduated set of five copper Guernsey measures, pair of brass oil lamps, converted to electric, onxy and brass-mounted mantel clock, etc.
108.    A Chinese Lark violin, with bow, in case, and an oak-cased microscope
109.    A quantity of household pictures, framed
110.    A quantity of household pictures, framed
111.    A brass-cased desk timepiece, enamelled dial and French movement, 3.75in., silver-mounted bread knife, linenfold musical box, Art Deco bakelite box, etc.
112.    Various fashion accessories, hat-pins, etc.
113.    A Victorian inlaid walnut jewellery box, two enclosed drawers beneath lined fittings, 11.5in., together with two framed oils on board and a pair of oleographs after Millais
114.    An early 20th century malacca walking stick, with 12ct. gold mount, London 1909, umbrella with metal mount, silver-mounted malacca walking cane, further walking stick, shooting stick, all contained within brass-mounted oak stick-stand £50-60
115.    Three Victorian Mintons ceramic tiles, Royal Crown Derby 'Derby Posies' (3), and other ornamental china
116.    A bronze jar, with screw cover, 7in., Scottish brass novelty chamber stick, pair of Victorian brass candlesticks, embossed brass hand-grip, repaired, Victorian copper kettle, two Victorian warming pans, etc.
117.    A Victorian papier mache tea canister, two framed Le Blond prints, boat model, 18in., group of four architectural gilt picture frames, etc.
118.    A good Victorian burr walnut miniature chest, three graduated drawers with turned wood knob handles, vivid grain formations, 9.75in. wide SEE ILLUSTRATION £150-200
119.    Two Chinese hardstone flower ornaments, bright colours, one within celadon pot, the other cloisonne
120.    A 19th century bronze statuette, semi-draped bearded male in action pose, on rouge marble plinth, unsigned, 7in. £60-80
121.    A 19th century bronze bust, signed Carrier, bejewelled female with floral wreath, on turned alabaster plinth, 11in. £60-80
122.    A Victorian miniature mahogany chest, bow-fronted with three drawers, ivory handles and escutcheons, white ceramic bun feet, 3in. wide
123.    An ivory chess set, red-stained and natural, Kings 3.5in., contained within Victorian brass-mounted rosewood case, also to include a rosewood and maple chess board Shipping arrangments limied. Buyer beware £120-150
124.    A pair of carved pearl shells, 4in., a pearl shell carved with elephant and wild bird, and a smaller pair of pearl shells £50-70
125.    A Victorian Monopol barrel corkscrew, James Heeley Double Lever corkscrew and seven other various corkscrews
126.    A novelty lantern biscuit tin, pillar-box money bank, seven other various tins, cast iron match-holder, figure holding arc-strike and a novelty ash-tray
127.    A pair of Chinese photograph frames, inlaid with mother of pearl, 7in., bamboo photograph frame, group of three brass photograph frames cast in Art Nouveau style and three other photograph frames
128.    Eight early 20th century simulated tortoiseshell hair-grips, glass powder bowl with simulated tortoiseshell cover and an ebony hand-mirror £50-60
129.    Five Black Forest wood-carvings, including unusual swan with articulated neck, and a Swiss wood musical chalet £50-70
130.    A Black Forest book-trough, with carved bear ends, 14in., various German-Swiss softwood figure carvings, novelty wood cigarette dispenser and two cow-bells £50-70
131.    A Turkish chrome-plated coffee pot, with embossed detail, on circular raised stand, 18in., pair of engraved copper dishes and an engraved copper mug
132.    Enid Blyton autographed letter, hand-written to young reader, Mary, from Green Hedge, Beaconsfield, 1945, and related book, Birds of our Gardens
133.    A Desmo-type chromium car mascot, eagle with out-stretched wings, together with Royal Albert Maryland pattern teaware, 7 total
134.    A microscope, Reichert, Austria, rotating nosepiece with four objective lenses, circular, mechanical stage, rack and pinion focussing with coarse/fine, plano/convex mirror, in a contemporary wood box £60-80
135.    A monocular microscope, Robinson, Dublin, rack and pinion focussing, plano/convex mirror, in fitted mahogany case with two extra lenses £100-150
136.    A monocular microscope, Millikin & Lawley, London, with adjustable stage, in fitted mahogany case with three additional lenses £50-60
137.    A moncular microscope, Carl Zeiss, Jena, No. 150061, rotating nosepiece with three objective lenses, rack and pinion focussing with coarse and fine adjustment, complete with right-angled stage accessory, plano/convex mirror, in wood case
138.    A monocular microscope, Ernst Leitz, Wetzlar, No. 184288, rack and pinion focussing with fine adjustment, plano/convex mirror, in fitted mahogany case with three additional lenses
139.    A monocular microscope, R. & J. Beck Ltd., London - No. 23815, rotating nosepiece with two objective lenses, rack and pinion focussing, plano/convex mirror, in original fitted case with two additional lenses £120-150
140.    A monocular microscope, rack and pinion focussing, plano/convex mirror, unsigned, in fitted mahogany case
141.    A monocular microscope, rack and pinion focussing with fine adjustment, plano/convex mirror, triangular platform, in a mahogany case
142.    A Gaspert Woolff violin, 'Strad Model', 14in. single-piece back with three bows and accessories, in case, also to include a folding metal music stand £60-80
143.    A collection of laboratory histological slides, permanently-mounted, including six labelled trays, complete range of anatomical tissues £70-100
144.    Armagnac Vieux, Duc de Maravat, one bottle, 70cl., level low neck, in original box, together with Benedictine D.O.M., one bottle, level low neck £50-100
145.    After Frederic Remington - bronco-buster, on marble plinth, 10in., together with a South American terracotta figure, 14in. £80-100
146.    Two African spears, each with applications of stitched leather, 44in., together with an African drum £60-80
147.    A 19th century pencil drawing, Crimean cavalryman and two horses, unsigned, 4.5 x 7.5in., two hand-coloured engravings, Napoleon Bonaparte, and another, Duke of Wellington, all framed
148.    An Oriental carved wood rhinoceros, standing four-square, 10.5in. long - one front leg re-attached
149.    A collection of fishing rods and a collection of pianola rolls
150.    A Persian gouache painting, Scandal in the Mosque, broad floral border, 30 x 20in.
151.    An early Victorian rosewood tea caddy, sarcophagus-shape with twin handles, 12in. - interior fittings incomplete, together with a Victorian brass-bound walnut writing box with enclosed fittings and slope, 12in., and a bronze-finished portrait roundel, military officer in profile, 7in.
152.    A late Victorian aneroid barometer, printed enamel dial signed Miller, Worthing, brass case, 4.75in., also to include a crocodile-skin case and two other cases, cases as viewed
153.    An early 19th century portrait miniature, watercolour portrait bust of a youth, within oval white metal frame and folding leather case £70-100
154.    A Graeco-Roman ewer, body in the form of a female portrait bust, 8in.
155.    A bronze mortar and pestle, mortar with cast detail, 5.25in. diameter
156.    Two enamel signs, Nestle's and Milkmaid Milk, 28 and 44in. resp., as viewed, together with a Cox's Dairy milk jug, 15in.
157.    A 17 gallon milk churn, Staples of Wincanton, and a copper milk churn, Hunts Dairies, Sherborne
158.    Dairy collectables, butter maker, capper, spring balance in gallons, milking pail, etc. - as viewed
159.    An early 20th century dairy milk can, for Mrs. Cracknell, brass hinge by Hanamada, two-pint capacity
160.    Dairy collectables, terracotta bottle cover, Butter Colour glass bottle, stoneware Harrods Stilton Cheese jar and three cream bottles
161.    Named stoneware and glass bottles, including GPO, 10 total, and a Scurf Pomade pot with lid
162.    An autographed colour print, Mountbatten of Burma, view of The Windsor Castle after Montague Dawson, limited edition, 26 x 30in.
163.    A Victorian-style parquetry box, variety of woods including rosewood and bird's-eye maple, 12in., together with an assortment of drinking glassware
164.    A pair of early 20th century Toshiba Sonoplan panel speakers, panels colour-printed with stylised woodland, within walnut frames, 23.5 x 29.5in. £50-70
165.    Ditto lot £50-70
166.    A Tiffany Studios bronze five-light table lamp, lily design with verdigris patination, circular base with five iridescent ceramic bosses, four iridescent 'Favrile' blue glass shades, impressed mark underside, Tiffany Studios, New York, 25in. high - one shade lacking; two shades some damage £800-1200
167.    A silk Christening gown, and four other Christening gowns
168.    Two large Pear's Soap advertising prints, in oak frames, and a pair of oval bevelled mirrors, in moulded egg-and-tongue frames, 32in.
169.    A pair of tribal wood-carvings, African male figures, 19in., and three African ebony figural implements
170.    A Dutch period-style wall clock, Mamod steam engine, pair of Carltonware ash-trays, etc.
171.    A gadrooned copper jardiniere, Victorian-style copper kettle, two copper measures, slug-iron on brass trivet, silver plated ware, including pair of candlesticks, etc.
172.    A pair of Art Nouveau-style figural table lamps, female forms, cast metal with copper finish, and another, similar
173.    A Victorian brass stick-stand, cast with shotgun and hound, together with a large brass dressing mirror, four-sconce candelabra and an Art Nouveau-style table lamp
174.    Miscellaneous wood and household ornaments, including a Georgian-style urn with cover
175.    Household ornaments, including large table lamp and a collection of modern dolls in costume
176.    A Thai figure of a dancing girl, bronzed metal with lavish gilding, on integral scroll base, 43in. high £50-100
177.    A group of three Thai dancers, bronzed metal with lavish gilding, 26in., each converted to electric lamp with shade £50-100
178.    A brass lamp-stem, fluted column and triform base in continental period style, 22in., and a Victorian brass oil lamp, classical stem with three fluted pillars and standing cherub, with shade, 28in.
179.    A cast iron winged cherub relic, a further male sculpture, brass desk-stand, miniature mahogany two-drawer chest, etc.
180.    A Cooke, Troughton & Simms binocular microscope, M2030, magnification X15
181.    A Polaroid Macro 5 SLR camera, instamatic type with film and LCD calendar display
182.    A 17th century Flemish bronze mortar, cast signature Henrick Ter Horst, two-handled form with twin cast borders, 7.5in. diameter, cast date obscured but believed to be 1607
183.    A Mighty Midget Opticron Field Scope, with focus zoom, on tripod
184.    A Stuart marine engine, electronic anemometer, other engineering equipment, two 1960's cream plastic portable radios, etc.
185.    A 'Victorian' marine telescope, London 1915, wall-mounting iron cantilever rack, further engineering tools and a carved wood novelty cigarette dispenser
186.    A complex late Victorian oak writing box, hinged top enclosing letter racks, drawers, spring-loaded inkwells and accessories, folding leather-lined writing slope, brass carrying handles, 16.5in. wide SEE ILLUSTRATION £80-100
187.    A Victorian leather dispatch case, with brass-mounted royal cypher, complete with body-straps
188.    Two chromium aeronautical ash-trays, Vickers Viscount, another, perhaps Vickers Viking, wingspans 8in. and 10in. resp. SEE ILLUSTRATION £80-120
189.    Two chromium aeronautical ash-trays, Vickers four-engined airliner, alabaster base, and a jet, chromium base, wingspans 11.5in., and 8in. resp. SEE ILLUSTRATION £80-120
190.    A 1930's scratch-built model bi-plane, G-ABBW, detailed with single-engine, exhaust and rigging, rubber tyres, wingspan 11in., and related black and white photograph with parachutist
191.    Two groups of Indian painted clay figures, largely street vendors, 8in. and 3in. - as viewed
192.    Two Indian silk shawls, bright flower designs against a black ground, 58 x 56in. and 50 x 48in.
193.    Two truncheons, two horn-handled riding crops, hammered pewter tableware, cased set of cutlery, two bone china part teasets, African carvings and a Dunlop Maxply tennis racket
194.    An unusual Oertling chemist's scale, early electric operation, lacquered brass with chrome pans, within glazed mahogany cabinet, complete with cased set of chrome-plated weights and a precision block level
195.    David Shepherd - signed limited edition print, The Welcome Storm, signed in pencil on mount, 18 x 32in. £50-70
196.    A Royal Artillery Officer's sword, straight, 32in. single-edged blade by Henry Wilkinson, Pall Mall, within scabbard £80-100
197.    A pair of Victorian silver plated copper candlesticks, pair of Victorian-style electric table lamps, other metalware, cuckoo clock, framed colour print, china tableware, as viewed
198.    An Habnel Modell 302 air rifle, in canvas case, together with a Pioneer's dagger, within sheath
199.    A Royal Automobile Club car mascot, chrome with enamelled Union Jack, together with a rectangular cast bronze plaque, figural scene inscribed Henning F. May 2, 1821 after Raphael, 7 x 10.5in.
200.    Three pairs of gentleman's shoes, brown leather and suede, boxed, sizes generally 11, as new
201.    Five pairs of gentleman's shoes, black, brown and grey, boxed, sizes generally 11, as new
202.    Three pairs of gentleman's black leather shoes, boxed, sizes generally 11, as new
203.    Nicholas Minns - monochrome print, stylised montage of London landmark buildings, 1973, 24 x 20in.
204.    A collection of postcards, bronze hand-bell, large framed print by Andrew Bennett, engraved copper table-top, 24in. and a framed display of floral silks
205.    'The Berkshire Farmer's Thoughts on Invasion', an early 19th century printed patriotic song in six verses, in anticipation of Napoleon's armies, 16 x 10in., moulded oak frame
206.    A Russian lacquer vodka set, six tumblers, small bowl, two servers and circular tray, all painted and gilded with fruit and leaves against a black ground, tray 10.5in., together with a Russian lacquer Matryoshka (nesting dolls), a graduated set of five, 6.5in. and a Russian child-size, back 10.25in., - faults, with bow, in case
207.    Two Victorian copper shot-flasks, 18th century pewter dish, miscellaneous shoe and boot ornaments, etc.
208.    Five Art Deco glass light shades, an opaque glass shade and various 1930's light switches
209.    An African oil on canvas - tribal dance around a fire, signed J. Balou, Juillet '63, 24 x 31in.
210.    A late 19th century bronze figure, young Dutch girl carrying pots, indistinctly signed, on slate plinth, 8in., together with a pair of simulated bronze portrait busts, 6.25in. £50-70
211.    An early Eastern bronze Buddha head, wearing elaborate head-dress, dark patination, 5.5in. £150-200
212.    A pair of pearl-shell opera glasses, Selfridge of London, in original case, and one other pair of pearl opera glasses
213.    A novelty horse-racing inkwell, horse-shoe design incorporating racehorse, jockey and jockey's cap hinged cover, 8.5in. - formerly silver plated
214.    Small collectables, including glass inkwell, carved wood wall-hanging match holder, silver-mounted ebony box, etc.
215.    An Hohner Atlantic De Luxe piano accordion, in case
216.    A 19th century bronze Marley horse group, after Coustou, 11.5in. high £50-70
217.    An early 20th century optician's set, numerous testing lenses within indexed fitted walnut case, together with two framed mirrors £50-60
218.    Miscellaneous collectables, postcards, royal commemoratives, cash box, etc.
219.    Various binoculars and cameras, many cased
220.    A late 19th century bronze figure, Mercury, after J Bologne, on marble plinth, 32in. high £200-300
221.    Three framed portrait miniatures, female sitters, together with a watercolour, West Tarring
222.    An Indian gouache painting, ceremonial procession including elephant and howdah, 3.5 x 8in., framed, together with an Indian cast brass shrine, Indian female goddess seated within ornamental swing, 8in. high
223.    A Boosey & Hawkes trombone, and a trumpet, both cased £50-70
224.    Military cap badges, and other regimental material
225.    A quantity of household ornaments
226.    An early 19th century monocular, mahogany and lacquered brass, in original leather case
227.    A solid oak Letters box, architectural form, 18in. high - as viewed
228.    A bronze sculpture-relic, plinth inscribed 'Found in gardens near Sacre Coeur, Paris 1965', 6.25in., and two eastern Buddhas £60-80
229.    British Army kit, field telephone hand-sets, steel helmets, gas masks, etc.
230.    A cast brass figure, semi-nude female entitled Venere Vat, circular base, 5.5in.
231.    A late Victorian cased three-piece carving set, together with a gilt-metal five-piece dressing table set and two mantel clocks, one glass dial cracked
232.    A 19th century percussion pistol, 8in., a double-edged knife, within skin sheath, and two daggers, each within leather sheath Shipping arrangements limited. Buyer beware
233.    A pair of 19th century hand-coloured marine prints, including The Death of Nelson, after J M W Turner, framed
234.    A khaki uniform and a khaki jacket, one other military jacket and an SS-style peaked cap £50-60
235.    Two stained and carved wood malt shovels, 3ft.
236.    A Negretti & Zambra oven thermometer, copper with brass register plate, 14in.
237.    A three-quarter size student's violin, labelled within, The London Violin Co., complete with a bow, signed Tourte, in fitted case, as viewed £50-70
238.    A replica court-sword, within scabbard, and three fencing swords
239.    A George III needlework sampler, 1814, design includes house, birds, flowers and verse, named Elizabeth Morriss, December 21, 1814, 16 x 13in., together with an early 19th century silk picture, bird and bright flowers, both gilt-framed £70-100
240.    A pair of needlework curtains, abstract coloured designs, 9ft. drop; each 4ft. wide
241.    A 19th century silk curtain, coloured silks in a floral design with birds, 5ft. 4in. wide; 8ft. drop - some wear
242.    Seventeen various ancient bronze cross pendants, with cast detail £100-150
243.    Three bronze-finished animal models, lion, bull and Chinese engraved dragon, latter 7in. long £100-150
244.    A Victorian superstitious walking cane, wall-mounting clock-barometer, two lady's wristwatches, pair of ebony elephant book-ends, ostrich egg, etc.
245.    A pair of mounted waterbuck horns, and skull, horns 22in., and related postcard
246.    A Victorian copper kettle, long copper horn, 49in., numerous horse-brasses, etc.
247.    A good Staunton-pattern chess set, all pieces lead-weighted, further chess set, various Dominoes sets, two heavy African hardwood wall masks, chromium dancing nudes table lamp, knight in armour companion set, etc.
The lead-weighted chess set lacks one black Bishop.
248.    Three silver-mounted walking sticks, large oval oak tray with silver plated gallery, carved wheel barometer, Dutch period-style wall clock, etc.
249.    A miniature olive-wood grand piano, with Swiss musical movement, Conway Stewart cased fountain pen and pencil, further Conway Stewart fountain pen, shagreen compact, etc. (10)
250.    A Webley & Scott Ranger air-gun, with pellets, together with five various walking sticks, one with silver mount
251.    An assortment of ornamental brassware, small silver pepper pot and a Victorian oak box, 14in.
252.    An eight-stringed lute, pair of replica Scrimshaw tusks, miniature brass Matthew Norman carriage clock, boxed Edinburgh crystal golf-prize set, etc.
253.    Otakar Steinberger - reputedly for Amy Johnson, (record-breaking female aviator), gilt-bronze portrait bust of Amy Johnson, script signature verso with date 1932, half-round marble plinth, 11.5in. high, also to include, by repute, Amy Johnson's black cap, a single volume, Amy Johnson biography, entitled Queen of the Air, and supporting photographic evidence £300-400
254.    A pair of large bronzed spelter dog groups, seated German Shepherds, on marble plinths, 18in. £160-180
255.    A gilt-bronze owl model, seated upon stepped onyx plinth, unsigned, 4.5in. high £220-250
256.    A gilt-bronze monkey chestnut seller, comically wearing long robe, on lobed, oval plinth, unsigned, 5.5in. £180-250
257.    A mid-19th century bronze animalier, Mechi, 112 Regent Strt., Golden Retriever on rectangular foliate plinth, 8in. long. John Joseph Mechi a renowned retailer of luxury goods £100-150
258.    An Indian shesham wood circular plaque, elaborately inlaid with a large building and woodland, engraved detail, printed label verso, 20in. £80-100
259.    A coromandel walking cane, handle composed of three porcelain spheres, each painted with a cherub amidst gilding, embossed gold-plated mount, some wear to gilding £200-250
260.    A light beech walking cane, fruitwood handle carved in the form of a bearded gentleman, embossed silver plated mount £150-200
261.    A novelty walking stick, constructed in horn sections, horn handle carved in the form of a mythological carnivore £60-80
262.    A dark beech novelty walking cane, softwood handle carved in the form of a Spaniel, spring-loaded jaw to hold glove, silver mount perhaps London 1929 £250-300
263.    A silver-mounted dual-purpose walking stick, horn handle fitted with concealed corkscrew, Chester 1907 £60-80
264.    A pair of Regency-style marble and ormolu candlesticks, stems with putti approaching grape-vines, Corinthian capitals, square bases, 12in. £250-300
265.    A rectangular onyx box, on gilt-metal claw feet, 8in., together with a Chinese needlework picture, framed, 9.5 x 34in.
266.    A brass ceiling light fitting, scroll-shape with spherical blue glass shade
267.    A Buckaroo novelty savings bank, in the form of a fruit machine, boxed, a Sirram cased picnic set, complete, cased portable typewriter, Draper shredder, etc.
268.    Five publicans' bell-metal ale taps, and other items relating to the licensed trade
269.    A pair of moulded gilt picture frames with inset colour prints, two further framed colour prints and a Majolica dish painted in green and brown enamels, 8in.
270.    A cast brass plinth, square with an angel figure at each corner, enamelled detail, inscribed "O Jesu, Fili Marie tu nobis miserere, Marcelle Pirlot, 15 Decembre, 1905", 13in., also to include a large cast brass jar with grape and vine-leaf detail, 15in. £250-300
271.    A continental ormolu-mounted porcelain lamp-stem, bulbous body painted with youths in armed combat, 16in. £50-70
272.    An Heubach Mulatto bisque doll, 11in., and an Armand Marseille bisque doll, mould 351 with open mouth, 7in.
273.    An English Teddy bear, pre-war, jointed limbs and stitched snout, 18in. - pads replaced, together with a Codeg tin plate toy cash register
274.    A painted wood rocking horse, possibly Lines Brothers, re-finished dapple grey, with leather saddle, stirrups, mane and tail, on part green-painted pedestal stand, 38in. high £150-200
275.    Dinky Toys, including 503 Foden flat-truck with taiboard, two Oldsmobiles, ambulance and Guy van, all early post-war, and other die-cast vehicles, as viewed £50-70
276.    Hornby Dublo EDG 18 Tank Goods Set, including 2-6-4 BR tank locomotive, in original box, and two further three-rail locomotives, Duchess-class Atholl and Montrose, fair-good, box worn and torn, latter tenders lacking
277.    A Chinese battery-operated Universe Stunt Car, in original box, and other toys, also to include an autographed photograph, Tom Hardy, framed
278.    A collection of Trix Twin Railway track
279.    A large collection of coins, some contained in coin collectors' case
280.    Seven British American Tobacco Share Certificates, 211 Ordinary Shares total, contained within original presentation folder
281.    A large quantity of coins, silvers and coppers
282.    A collection of coins, largley GB, some contained within albums
283.    A collection of coins
284.    A collection of world stamps contained within three albums
285.    A quantity of postage stamps, and an assortment of ephemera
286.    Autographs: largely conductors and singers, including Sir Malcolm Sargent, Georg Solti, Janet Baker, Charles Munch, Leonard Bernstein, also Peter Scott, Harold MacMillan, Richard Attenborough, Mortimer Wheeler, Maurice Handford, Anthony Milner
287.    Signatures and autographs: Prince George, 2nd Duke of Cambridge, three 1860's army appointment documents, Prince and Princess Christian, and others
288.    Collectors' stamps, GB from Penny Red, (9), Deutches Reich Olympics, 1936, (9) and 48 further German Reich stamps
289.    The Dam Busters, black and white panoramic photograph, entire squadron, Scampton, 1943, framed, 22 First Day Covers personally signed by officers and crew, colour print after Geoff Hunt, signed by artist
290.    Two early 20th century albums, numerous anecdotes, verse and sketches, many dated, circa 1910-20
291.    A Victorian photograph album, large sepia photographs of young female model
292.    Signed limited edition print of Kensington Palace, taken from the original made by Paul Burrell, butler to the late Lady Diana
293.    Autographs: Edward Heath and Brian Trubshaw, signatures beneath charcoal portrait sketch of Heath, dated 19th May, 1972, 18 x 12in., and two other framed pictures
294.    A collection of cigarette cards, some within albums
295.    William Hartnell autograph (the original Dr Who, 1963-66) - signed photograph, personalised, dated 1961 SEE ILLUSTRATION
296.    Playboy soft porn collectors' cards, 1950's and later, contained within album
297.    Theatre Royal Brighton production posters, 1954, 11 total, and a collection of The Champion comics, 1940's
298.    A stamp collection, world stamps contained within single album
299.    Frank Borman - autographed photograph, commanding astronaut, Apollo 8, 1968, together with First Day Cover stamp, Apollo 11 SEE ILLUSTRATION £70-100
300.    An officer's three-piece mess uniform
301.    Militaria, regimental plaques, trophy to Major General G. C. Gordon-Lennox, etc.
302.    A collection of early 20th century postcards, including comics and portraits
303.    An album of world stamps, many other stamps and four large albums containing First Day Covers
304.    A Great Britain stamp collection, 1840-1970, contained within two Windsor loose-leaf albums, complete with 2013 summary £300-500
305.    A large collection of First Day Covers, contained within three albums
306.    A large collection of stamps, including First Day Covers and stamp-related postcards
307.    Seven various stamp albums, with contents, and four volumes of Royal Mail Special Stamps, etc.
308.    Autographed photograph - Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy, framed SEE ILLUSTRATION £100-150
309.    An autographed colour print, Sir Stirling Moss, limited edition, Monaco Grand Prix, another, Henry Mancini and three others, all framed
Autographs in fact not guaranteed genuine.
310.    Five autographed photographs, including David Janssen, all framed
Autographs in fact not guaranteed genuine.
311.    A group of four pencil portrait studies, full-length females, one dated 1913, together with a Log Book Notes with diagrams based on mariner's knots, and a small watercolour, cathedral and monument
312.    J. K. Rowling - Harry Potter series, Order of the Phoenix, Deathly Hallows, The Philospher's Stone and Goblet of Fire, also to include The Water Babies by Charles Kingsley with colour illustrations, and Bill Bryson's African Diary (6)
313.    Third Reich and Hitler books, a quantity, together with two related officer's caps and a top hat
314.    Royal commemorative publications, from 1897, includes Illustrated London News 1911
315.    Brian Trubshaw - two Concorde books personally autographed for Mr. J. Evans, one a.f. and a Concorde souvenir folder containing autographed First Day Cover and related material - one book cover damaged
316.    Brighton YMCA, 1888, illuminated full-calf volume, finely-drawn, coloured and gilded, presentation volume awarded to chairman, Mr. Wallis, artwork signed Lucy Curtis, Illumd., finely-gilded boards, in leather case £50-70
317.    A large late Victorian black slate mantel clock, architectural form with applied masks, traditional dial and Ansonia gong-striking movement, with key and pendulum, 18in. wide together with a pair of patinated spelter Marley horses, on incised slate and marble plinths, 13in. £50-80
318.    A domed mahogany mantel clock, silvered dial signed Piggott, Worthing, chiming movement with key and pendulum, 16in.
319.    A late 19th century wall clock, square brass dial and gong-striking movement, in architectural dark beech case, with key and grid-iron pendulum, 38in. high £50-60
320.    A French period-style ormolu mantel clock, with convex enamelled dial, seated male figure surmount, with key, 14in. wide
321.    A period-style burr walnut Elliott mantel clock, square brass dial with silvered chapter ring, spring-driven movement, 9in. high £50-70
322.    An early 20th century oak mantel clock, domed, silvered dial with engraved foliage, fast-slow regulation, dark case with applied split-bobbin detail, with key, 11.5in. £100-150
323.    A veteran vehicle dashboard timepiece, silvered dial signed Charvet, in original leather casing, casing 5in. diameter
324.    A 1930's dark oak wall clock, silvered dial signed Junghans, chiming movement, with key and pendulum, 2ft. 6in. and an oak wall-hanging barometer-thermometer
325.    A Regency-period mahogany bracket clock, convex enamelled dial signed Webster, London, timepiece movement with single fusee, mahogany case with brass inlay, on brass ball feet, with pendulum, 15in. high SEE ILLUSTRATION £700-1000
326.    A 19th century French alabaster mantel garniture, 8-day clock with French bell-striking movement, pair of urns, all ormolu-mounted throughout, on serpentine-shaped giltwood plinths, with key, no pendulum, clock 17in. - some damage
327.    A 19th century French gilt-metal and alabaster mantel clock, with enamelled dial, elaborate case surmounted by female figure and lamb, with pendulum, 17.5in.
328.    An Edwardian inlaid mahogany mantel clock, dome-shape with French gong-striking movement, with key and pendulum, 8in.
329.    A late 19th century oak mantel clock, architectural form with square brass dial, German chiming movement, with key and pendulum, 16.5in. high £70-100
330.    An early 20th century French brass carriage clock, enamelled dial with alarum, bell-striking movement, 6.5in. £120-150
331.    An early 20th century French carriage clock, enamelled dial and timepiece movement, together with a painted wood cuckoo clock £60-80
332.    A Dutch period-style wall clock, with ceramic dial, and four various mantel clocks
333.    An octagonal drop-dial wall clock, enamelled dial with date-ring, 24in. high, and a mantel clock with printed circular dial, 7in. - latter as viewed
334.    A Victorian dial clock, 9.5in. silvered dial and oak surround, with key
335.    A Smith's miniature brass lantern clock, 8-day movement with key, rare in original box, together with a Swiss carved and painted wood plaque, a kitchen interior, 13in. wide
336.    A late 19th century ebonised mantel clock, dial signed Sessions, frontage with Corinthian columns, with key and pendulum, 14.5in wide, and an Ansonia mantel clock with printed dial, with pendulum, 16in. high
337.    Three various Connecticut shelf clocks, each in mahogany veneered case
338.    A collection of millefiore glass paperweights, 64 total
339.    A collection of millefiore glass paperweights, 68 total
340.    A large Victorian earthenware jardiniere, on stand, moulded with leafage and painted with pink flowers, 41in.
341.    A quantity of household glassware, including a cut pedestal vase
342.    A porcelain figural table lamp, with flower-encrusted shade, 15in., together with a similar timepiece, and a flower-encrusted vase with bird cover
343.    A French porcelain figural comport, rococo-style, 16in., together with a pair of similar figural carriages, larger figural carriage and two other French bisque items £60-80
344.    A collection of ornamental china, including pairs of figures
345.    A quantity of ornamental ceramic animal models
346.    Capodimonte figures, including figures within veteran vehicles, cyclists, etc. (8)
347.    Royal Doulton Wild Cherry tableware, other household china, spice rack, etc.
348.    A cut glass spirit decanter, with white metal mount, two other cut glass decanters, all with stoppers, and a cut glass cocktail shaker with silver plated cover
349.    Four Victorian cranberry glass custard cups, one a.f., Victorian green wine glass, assorted cutlery, etc.
350.    A Victorian Staffordshire figure group, 11.5in. - male head re-attached, a royal commemorative mug, 1937, Crown Devon lustre vase with galleon design, 9.5in. and other items
351.    A Victorian earthenware toilet jug and basin, printed with foliage in red monochrome, early 19th century Derby jug, three other jugs, Goss bulb pot, etc.
352.    A Susie Cooper part teaset, 19 pieces, Talisman pattern, C1139, and a Tuscan 17-piece part teaset, retailed by Harrods
353.    A Coalport bone china dinner, tea and coffee service, 107 pieces, Revelry pattern, good-excellent
354.    A pair of French bisque figures, 13in., and other ornamental china, also to include two tennis rackets
355.    An Alfred Meakin part dinner service, 29 pieces for a 6-place setting, and a group of boxed Royal Doulton crystal, etc.
356.    A modern Royal Doulton figure, Summer Ball, HN5464, and other ornamental china including Oriental
357.    Waterford glass, tapering vase, 9in., eight wine glasses, also to include a royal commemorative glass goblet, 1977
358.    A Beswick limited edition mug, Art Nouveau earthenware vase, collection of crested china ornaments, etc.
359.    A collection of Wedgwood Blue Jasper tableware
360.    A Paragon bone china tea and coffee service, 86 pieces including coffee pot, Athena pattern, together with a blue-overlaid glass vase, 12in., gravy boat on stand, etc.
361.    Lladro, Nao and others, eight various figures and groups, tallest 16in. - some damage
362.    An assortment of ornamental china and glassware
363.    A large glass basket, similar cut rose bowl, decanter with stopper and fifteen drinking glasses
364.    Three Royal Doulton figures, Genevieve, HN1962, Choir Boy, HN2141, and Monica, HN1467, latter badly cracked, together with two large Doulton character jugs, Sairey Gamp and Mr Pickwick, royal commemorative plate, etc.
365.    A Paragon bone china dinner and tea service, 48 pieces, Athena pattern, teapot spout repaired
366.    A quantity of blue and white tableware, including five meat plates £50-60
367.    A pressed green glass terrier, two blue glass posy vases with overlaid silver and two other items
368.    Various household ornaments
369.    Three various ceramic chamber pots, decorated in underglaze blue, together with a Chinese porcelain stick-stand, 18in. - cracked, and a chip-carved wood horse-head
370.    A set of ten cut wine glasses, matching set of six sherry glasses and one other set of six wine glasses
371.    Four various cut glass decanters, each with stopper, two pressed glass Coronation plates, 1937, two glass fruit bowls and a pair of Bristol-type blue glass goblets
372.    Various boxed sets of glass tableware, makes include Ravenhead and Edinburgh Crystal, boxes poor
373.    A Coalport Kings Ware part dinner service, including covered tureens, together with a cased pair of salad servers with white metal handles, and a large colour print, etc.
374.    A first period Belleek pot, with cover, clover pattern, and three other ceramic ornaments
375.    A large pair of Royal Doulton double-gourd vases, bulbous chine-gilt bodies, 17in., and a small pair of Royal Doulton vases, gilded against a blue ground, 10in.
376.    Four large Beswick animal models, including elephant, 11.5in. £60-80
377.    A pair of Crown Dresden porcelain vases, painted with alternate figural panels, with covers, 13in., and a large pair of porcelain figural candlesticks, 16in. - one sconce repaired
378.    A Katzhutte earthenware figure, seated lady, 11in., together with a 19th century cut glass fruit bowl with turnover rim, and one other glass vase, also to include a novelty green glass bellows ornament
379.    Beswick Beatrix Potter characters, six total, including Duchess with pie £60-80
380.    Beswick Beatrix Potter characters, six total including Tom Kitten £60-80
381.    Beswick Beatrix Potter characters, six total including Anna Maria £60-80
382.    Beswick Beatrix Potter characters, six total including Tommy Brock £60-80
383.    Beswick Beatrix Potter characters, six total including Pickles £60-80
384.    Beswick Beatrix Potter characters, six total including Simpkin £60-80
385.    Beswick Beatrix Potter characters, seven total including Ginger £70-80
386.    Beswick Beatrix Potter characters, seven total including Squirrel Nutkin £70-80
387.    A Royal Worcester candle-extinguisher, pair of silver-mounted Wedgwood green jasper pots, other similar jasper ware and a miniature Coalport vase painted and gilded against a royal blue ground
388.    An early 19th century English porcelain bulb pot, semi-elliptical form, pair of old English planters, each painted with river scenes, Chamberlain's plate, pearl ware and silver-resist mug and other items, as viewed
389.    A Russian miniature porcelain vase and cover, brightly encrusted and gilded with foliage, indistinct maker's mark, printed Moscow retailer's mark, 4in., similar Sitzendorf double-gourd vase, 3.75in., and two pairs of porcelain flower vases
390.    An 18th century tin-glazed earthenware charger, painted with a Chinese fisherman in twin-sailed boat, fish swimming around border, 13.5in. £80-120
391.    Blanc de chine ceramic ornaments, female seated with basket, youth with grape hod, female water carrier, figural comport and perched parakeet, some damage £50-60
392.    A small, early 19th century ruby glass decanter, octagonal-shape with stopper, 7.25in., Victorian cranberry glass decanter, with clear stopper and six further cranberry glass items
393.    A Royal Worcester vase, ovoid pedestal form with twin gilded griffin handles, body painted with bright flowers against an ivory ground, date-code 1906, 14.5in., two ivory-ground vases and similar jug, two items a.f. £60-80
394.    A pair of Royal Worcester jugs, painted with flower sprays against a blush ivory ground, date-codes 1902, shape 1094, 5.25in. and a pair of similar posy vases, 7.25in. - one repaired £50-70
395.    A Spode limited edition goblet and cover, commemorative of Spode bicentenary, bowl painted with portrait of Josiah Spode, obverse with arms of Spode and Copeland, 12in., also to include an explanatory letter signed by Robert Copeland, 1994 £50-70
396.    A 19th century Vienna-type cabinet plate, finely-painted with a classical scene, entitled verso, indistinctly signed, gilded leaf-scroll border against a claret ground, 9.5in. £100-150
397.    Two Royal Doulton bone china figures, Bo-Peep, HN1811 and Fair Lady, HN2193 and other ornamental china
398.    A 19th century German glass ale stein, pair of ruby glass scent bottles, two boxed fans, four portrait miniatures, etc.
399.    A KPM porcelain plaque, blooded Christ with thorned wreath, after Guido Reni, indistinctly signed, entitled verso, impressed marks, 5.5in. oval £80-120
400.    A Majolica vase, ovoid form painted with leafage in blue enamel in the style of Castelli, 5.5in.
401.    Three Royal Doulton bone china figures, Janet, HN1537, Lydia, HN1908, Valerie, HN2107 £60-80
402.    A Sitzendorf porcelain figure group, male and female dancers, 7.5in., smaller figure of a female, encrusted Sitzendorf box, cover with cherub surmount, some restoration, and a German porcelain figural oil lamp, converted to electric £60-80
403.    A Victorian Doulton Lambeth tyg by Eliza Simmance, silver-mount with presentation inscription, cylindrical stoneware body incised and painted with leafage, artist's monogram, 6in. - cracked £70-80
404.    A Minton bone china cabinet bowl, finely painted with wild birds, signed H. Holland, 11.5in., and a German porcelain coffee set, 15 pieces including pot
405.    Two Poole polychrome pots, one with cover, and three further items of Poole pottery, on Liberty's hammered pewter tray, latter a.f.
406.    A Spode royal commemorative bowl, 1937, with gilded detail and printed portrait group, 9in.
407.    Nine various Goebel-Hummel figures, three figures a.f. £70-80
408.    Two Royal Doulton Sandemans Port figural flasks, 10in. - one cover repaired, Victorian Staffordshire figure group, modern figure group, glass duck model, large broad sword and a dagger, each within sheath, as viewed
409.    A Royal Worcester miniature cup and saucer, three 19th century miniature Meissen cups, group of Beswick foals, ship in bottle, variety of vintage glass bottles, etc.
410.    Royal Crown Derby, Japan-pattern teaware,(6), Derby Posies, (4), and four dessert plates with undulating rims, also to include a retailer's factory label £50-80
411.    Royal Crown Derby, assorted tableware, together with a Royal Albert Country Lane teaset and other china
412.    First Period Belleek, part-set of teaware, ribbed design with pink borders, 11 items total
413.    No Lot
414.    A pair of Minton Secessionist plates, 9in., and a set of Salter's weights, on stand
415.    A Royal Doulton ewer, 11in., together with a similar jardiniere and a Balance of Payments plate, also to include a Poole dish, 11in. - cracked, etc. £55-60
416.    A small Moorcroft vase, bright flowers against a green ground, impressed marks and applied lable, 5in.
417.    A pair of German military ale steins, named campaigns, 1902-04 and 1911-13, 11in.
418.    An unusually large Murano coloured glass clown, 16in., and another, similar, 9in.
419.    Two Victorian Staffordshire seated figures, similar cottage model and greyhound, large Chinese export mug and other Oriental ceramics
420.    An Amphora vase, 12in., Royal Doulton fox, Beswick Town Mouse and four other ceramic figures
421.    Forty-one Goss crested china models, and two Goss cottage models
422.    A Clarice Cliff plate, stylised foliate design in bright enamels, 9.75in., together with an early Victorian Charles Meigh relief-moulded stoneware Bacchus jug, 8.5in.- small chip
423.    An 18th century continental wine glass, bell-bowl on opaque twist stem, engraved wine glass on hollow baluster stem, Victorian engraved rummer dated 1860 and an ale flute £60-80
424.    A Charlotte Rhead for Crown Ducal wall plate, tube-lined trellis design, pattern 6106, paintress Hannah Williams, bright enamels and green border, 14in. £50-70
425.    A Vasart coloured glass vase, green and pink swirls, engraved mark, circa 1950, 9.5in., and a group of six Aynsley bone china soup dishes and stands
426.    A pair of Volkstedt porcelain pagoda figures, seated characters with weighted heads, printed marks, 4.25in. high
427.    A Korean cosmetics and mirror box, with hinged mirror and single drawer beneath, 8in., together with an Indian embossed and engraved copper and brass jewellery box, 9in. and a carved jade vase and cover, on wood plinth, in fitted case £70-80
428.    An hand-crafted Chinese cork diorama, gardenscape with pavilion structures and woodland, in glass display case, 18in. wide
429.    A pair of Oriental bronze vases, 10in., similar bell, on carved wood stand, and a Victorian brass candlestick
430.    A large pair of Satsuma floor vases, baluster-shape brocaded with figures and foliage in traditional colours, 31in. - one rim repaired
431.    A pair of Satsuma baluster vases, each twin-handled, brocaded with figures and foliage, 24in., together with a single, similar vase, barrel-shape garden seat and a blue and white jardiniere
432.    A Chinese export plate, painted with foliage in underglaze blue, 11.5in., similar baluster jar, 7in., Chinese enamelled porcelain vase and six other items
433.    A Japanese ivory figure group, Meiji-period, maternal subject with playful children and rabbit, signed beneath, 8in., on hardwood plinth Shipping arrangements limited. Buyer beware. £150-200
434.    A 19th century Imari porcelain jar and cover, baluster-shape painted in traditional colours with gilding, 17.5in., on wood plinth £100-150
435.    A collection of Chinese ceramic figures, male artisans at various pursuits, tallest 13.5in., 28 total
436.    A Canton porcelain vase, converted to electric table lamp, with shade, and a pair of Satsuma vases, on wood plinths
437.    An Imari wall plate, painted in traditional colours, 15in.
438.    A pair of Chinese porcelain baluster vases, painted with figures in garden settings in famille verte enamels, with covers, 8.5in. - one cover chipped, two Canton enamelled rectangular boxes with covers, one box damaged, and three prunus blossom jars £50-70
439.    Four various Imari porcelain chargers, brightly-enamelled with gilding, largest 18in. £70-100
440.    A 19th century Japanese bronze censer, with Dog of Fo handles, on three elephant legs, cast signature, 7.5in. high £50-70
441.    A Chinese bronze Guanyin, seated between youth attendants, unsigned, 8.5in. £50-70
442.    A 19th century Chinese porcelain bowl, painted in underglaze blue, mock Xuande reign marks, 5.75in. - chips, together with a similar cylindrical vase, mock K'ang Hsi reign marks, 10in. - chipped, and a brightly enamelled saucer dish, painted with figures and script, 8in.
443.    A pair of Chinese porcelain jardinieres, brightly painted with flowers against a blue ground, each on circular wood plinth
444.    Assorted Oriental soapstone carvings
445.    Two eastern bronze models, figures on wheeled animals, 7.25in.
446.    A Chinese blue and white dish, 12in., and a pair of Chinese baluster vases, 12in. £50-60
447.    A pair of Chinese brass bowls, each cast with script within dragon panels, 6.5in.
448.    A Satsuma Guanyin, seated figure on lotus pedestal base, 7in.
449.    A Chinese carved wood Buddha, seated upon hardwood plinth, 13in. wide £50-70
450.    A Chinese bronze labourer, bearded male carrying yoke and pails, 19in.
451.    A Chinese bronze horse ornament, on wood plinth, and three gilt-framed Chinese pictures £60-80
452.    A small engraved spice box, with engraved agate cover, 2.75in., together with a circular cloisonne box with agate cover £50-70
453.    A gold Krugerrand, 1991, set within 9ct. gold mount, 36.4 grams total £750-800
454.    A gold Sovereign, 1904, set within 9ct. gold pendant, on chain £200-250
455.    An 18ct. gold ring, set faceted oval ruby, size P £120-150
456.    An 18ct. gold ring, leaf-design set two pearl-type stones, size P/Q, together with a 9ct. gold signet ring, size T, latter 4 grams £130-160
457.    A yellow metal ring, cluster design set six rubies, size P/Q £100-150
458.    An imported yellow metal chain, and a 9ct. gold pendant, set revolving citrine £150-180
459.    A yellow metal medallion, on chain, circular with engraved design, stamped 14 £100-150
460.    A pair of yellow metal cuff-links, roughened oval design, stamped Crude Gold, 21 grams gross total £400-500
461.    A 14ct. gold dress ring, large, step-cut topaz in claw setting £100-150
462.    A 15ct. gold sapphire cluster ring, raised claw setting, size P/Q £100-150
463.    A 9ct. gold jade dress ring, and two yellow metal rings, aquamarine and amethyst, all solitaires £70-100
464.    A gentleman's 18ct. gold jewellery set, ring, pair of cuff-links and small brooch, each oval design set cabachon £150-200
465.    A lady's 18ct. gold Omega wristwatch, unusual design with under-mounted crown, dial set two diamonds and two emeralds, 18ct. gold bracelet strap, 19.4 grams gross total £300-400
466.    A gentleman's 18ct. gold wristwatch strap, flexible design with monogrammed clasp, 29.1 grams - at fault £500-550
467.    Two imported yellow metal medallions, and a 9ct. gold rope-twist bracelet, 2.4 grams £150-170
468.    A foreign 18ct. gold leaf brooch, 9.5 grams, a pair of gold cuff-links, each inset with gold coin, 11.7 grams total, yellow metal cameo brooch and a yellow metal bar-brooch, set with two pearl-type stones £150-200
469.    A jade-type bead necklace, Chinese jade bracelet, malachite pendant, amber-type bangle and similar bead necklace, etc. £50-70
470.    A lady's 18ct. white gold ring, set large dark stone and diamond chips to stepped shoulders, carved setting, size Q, and a silver half-hoop ring set coloured stones £60-80
471.    An assortment of costume jewellery, and four various wristwatches
472.    A 15ct. gold bangle, inscription dated 1923, 20.4 grams £200-250
473.    A Victorian gold plated locket pendant, an oval silver-gilt pendant on chain, pearl-type necklace and a silver trowel-shape book-mark
474.    A quantity of costume jewellery
475.    An 18ct. gold diamond solitaire ring, brilliant-cut stone, approx. 0.6ct., in square setting, size P £200-250
476.    A lady's 9ct. gold Renown wristwatch, 9ct. gold and opal bar-brooch, yellow metal Starling bar-brooch, pendant on chain, and a pair of Chinese jade ear-drops £70-80
477.    Six various pearl-type necklaces, paste-set gilt-metal brooch, other costume jewellery and a lady's Avia wristwatch £50-60
478.    A gentleman's 18ct. gold Eterna Matic De Luxe Centenaire '61' wristwatch, gold date-dial with centre-seconds and baton numerals, leather strap SEE ILLUSTRATION £300-350
479.    A gentleman's Garrard 9ct. gold automatic wristwatch, champagne date-dial with baton numerals and centre seconds, leather strap, in original box, 1980, near-excellent SEE ILLUSTRATION £200-300
480.    A gentleman's Garrard 9ct. gold wristwatch, square champagne dial with Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds, brown leather strap, good condition SEE ILLUSTRATION £150-200
481.    A 14ct. gold bangle, filigree design set with numerous turquoises, 20.6 grams gross total £200-250
482.    An unusual lady's Art Deco 9ct. white gold and diamond wristwatch, 5mm. square dial set ten graduated baguette diamonds, under-mounted crown, flexible strap stamped 9ct., London made, rare small size SEE ILLUSTRATION £100-200
483.    A 1914 Star, to 3132 Pte. P. G. Sayer, RAMC, six WWII medals, Festival of Britain crown and eight further crowns
484.    A 22ct. gold band wedding ring, 4.4 grams £100-120
485.    A 9ct. gold dress ring, claw-set single stone, and a silver dress ring
486.    An 18ct. white gold diamond solitaire ring, brilliant-cut in claw setting, approx. 0.43ct., diamond chips to each shoulder, ring size M/N, boxed with retail history £400-450
487.    A gentleman's Record yellow metal wristwatch, believed to be 9ct. gold, champagne dial with Arabic and baton numerals, expanding metal strap damaged, together with a yellow metal-mounted tooth £80-120
488.    An Art Deco 18ct. gold ring, rectangular intaglio setting with three small diamonds, size K £100-150
489.    An 18ct. gold diamond and sapphire cluster ring, set pale oval sapphire and small diamonds, size J/K £200-250
490.    An Italian 18ct. gold bangle, open-design set five small diamonds, 22.5 grams total £500-600
491.    A 9ct. gold garnet cluster ring, domed-shape, size M
492.    A yellow metal dress ring, two step-cut green stones and central pearl, stamped 333, size N, together with a yellow metal pendant, set central oval agate engraved with Islamic design £60-80
493.    An 18ct. gold half-hoop ring, one stone lacking, three other rings, pair of fan-shape ear-drops and a stick-pin, also to include a 9ct. gold and citrine bar brooch £150-170
494.    A serpent bracelet, plaited hair with engraved yellow metal mounts £80-100
495.    An 18ct. white gold pendant, set diamond chips and sapphires £100-150
496.    Silver and other costume jewellery, including cameo dress ring and a marcasite cocktail watch £80-100
497.    A gentleman's white metal dress ring, set ruby-coloured stone, shank stamped 14, size S £200-250
498.    A Victorian yellow metal cluster ring, and two 9ct. gold rings, set coloured stones £80-100
499.    Two 9ct. gold lockets, circular yellow metal brooch and a similar bar brooch £70-80
500.    Two 9ct. gold diamond chip rings, cross-over and cluster settings £60-80
501.    Two 18ct. gold rings, each set with diamond chips £100-130
502.    An Edwardian 18ct. gold ring, three diamond chips in carved setting, 2.7 grams total, size L/M £50-70
503.    An 18ct. gold half-hoop ring, set sapphires and diamond chips, size O £70-100
504.    A yellow metal three-stone diamond half-hoop ring, size O £70-100
505.    An assortment of costume jewellery
506.    A yellow metal pendant-brooch, with inset rose-cut diamond £50-60
507.    A quantity of wristwatches
508.    Silver and other jewellery, including pearl intaglio bracelet, also to include four coin pendants
509.    A lava bracelet, ten intaglio portrait bust reliefs on yellow metal setting, as viewed £80-100
510.    A Burmese cast white metal belt, set coloured hardstones, and another, embossed peacock designs £50-70
511.    A Victorian yellow metal cameo brooch, oval female portrait bust, grape and vine head-dress, revolving form with locket, together with a Victorian yellow metal seal and an Eastern seated Buddha £150-200
512.    An Asprey gold plated compact, in the form of an oyster shell, engraved mark, 3.5in., together with an Asprey silver-mounted leather spectacle case £50-80
513.    An 18ct. gold half-hoop ring, set two small rubies and central diamond, Chester 1904, size L £60-80
514.    A Waterman's 9ct. gold fountain pen, lever-filling with engine-turned detail
515.    An Edwardian 15ct. gold locket, set small diamond, two 9ct. gold rings, 14ct. gold pendant and matching ear-clip and two damaged items of jewellery £80-100
516.    A large quantity of costume jewellery
517.    A quantity of costume jewellery, including a two-colour eternity ring and an engraved silver bangle, all contained within black vinyl jewellery case £50-70
518.    A quantity of costume jewellery
519.    An 18ct. gold diamond half-hoop ring, three small diamonds, claw settings, size P?Q £80-120
520.    A white gold diamond and citrine dress ring, large oval citrine, claw settings, size M/N £250-300
521.    A large quantity of costume jewellery
522.    A gentleman's Garrard 9ct. gold wristwatch, champagne date-dial with baton numerals, leather strap, in original box, 1960's £300-350
523.    A Victorian oval cameo brooch, portrait bust of a female, twisted yellow metal mount £80-100
524.    A Victorian oval cameo brooch, portrait bust of a female, C-scroll yellow metal mount £80-100
525.    A Victorian oval cameo brooch, portrait bust of a female, revolving with hair locket verso, twist and scroll yellow metal mount, cameo vertical crack £50-70
526.    Two 9ct. gold cameo rings, and a 9ct. gold cameo brooch, set three diamond chips £70-80
527.    An engraved silver name bracelet, four 9ct. gold collar studs, three stick-pins and an assortment of costume jewellery
528.    A yellow metal brooch, oval-shape with inset late Georgian portrait miniature on ivory, young female sitter £50-70
529.    A yellow metal and two-stone diamond ring, brilliant-cut stones in square, white metal settings, size M/N £70-100
530.    A pair of silver-mounted cut glass atomisers, square silver plated inkwell and six small implements
531.    An unusual twin-barrel spirit decanter, hobnail-cut barrels with silver plated mounts and spigot tap, on four-legged stand, complete with bucket measures £150-200
532.    A Marlboro silver plated five-piece teaset, on Marlboro plated and engraved tray, all with cast acanthus detail £120-150
533.    An eastern white metal bowl, continuously embossed with figures, engraved beneath, approx. 7.5oz.; 6in. diameter, and a smaller similar covered box £70-80
534.    A pair of eastern white metal candlesticks, 6in., together with silver plated kettle on burner stand, two plated trays and a silver-mounted walking cane
535.    An imported gold plated canteen of cutlery, including servers, together with a collection of Churchman's cigarette cards, famous golfers, framed montage
536.    A silver cross pendant, twisted design, London 1974, 3.5in. high
537.    A silver plated three-piece teaset, half-fluted form, and a plated hot water jug
538.    An Art Deco silver three-piece teaset, teapot with black wood handle, two-handled sugar bowl and milk jug, Birmingham 1933-34, approx. 40oz. gross total SEE ILLUSTRATION £380-450
539.    Two early 19th century silver 'berry' spoons, London 1823 and 1827, and a silver pedestal milk jug, London 1825, approx. 11oz. total £80-120
540.    A silver plated teaset, oval half-fluted form, pair of plated entree dishes with covers, and other plated ware £50-70
541.    An early 20th century German glass mug, with engraved .800 silver cover, silver-mounted glass scent bottle, Art Deco silver sweetmeat basket, silver condiment trio, etc. £70-80
542.    A Walker & Hall silver plated tray, rectangular with twin handles, 20in. x 15in. £100-150
543.    An Art Deco engine-turned silver dressing set, pair of clothes brushes, pair of hair brushes, bevelled hand mirror, Adie Bros., Birmingham 1932, in original fitted case £80-120
544.    A Russian silver icon, near-square shape, oklad with a complex embossed and engraved design, Adoration of the Magi, further-detailed with engraved script, stamped 84, maker's initials, dated 1883, 12.5 x 11.5in. SEE ILLUSTRATION £400-600
545.    A silver and silver mesh evening purse, Birmingham import marks, 1904, together with a silver-mounted glass scent bottle, with stopper, and an Indian embossed silver pot and cover, approx. 8.5oz. total £70-100
546.    A silver condiment set, salt, pepper and mustard pots, Mappin & Webb, Birmingham 1931, a related silver server spoon and plated server spoon, two blue glass liners
547.    A silver plated revolving breakfast dish, with cast handles and legs, a silver plated five-bar toast rack and an assortment of plated cutlery
548.    A suite of silver plated cutlery, pair of bone-handled fish servers and other cutlery
549.    Small silverware, oval, two-handled basket, London import marks, 1896, oval embossed dish, glass bottle with embossed cover and two items of flatware
550.    A Victorian silver hot water jug, bulbous form with gadrooned rim, wood handle, London 1889, approx. 20oz. gross £150-200
551.    A matched silver teaset, oval, half-fluted form, teapot, smaller teapot and milk jug, approx. 33.5oz. gross total £250-300
552.    An octagonal silver milk jug, bulbous-shape, Sheffield 1936, approx. 7oz., together with a silver cigarette box, pair of silver pepper pots and mustard pot with silver server spoon
553.    Two silver sauce jugs, Birmingham 1925 and 1962, approx. 12.5oz. total £100-150
554.    A pair of silver cafe au lait pots, tapering-shape with wicker handles, Walker & Hall, 1923, approx. 20oz. gross total £150-200
555.    A pair of 84 zlotnik candlesticks, probably Russian, baluster stems with cast and embossed leaf-scrolls, square leaf and scroll bases, approx. 57oz. total SEE ILLUSTRATION £800-1000
556.    A pair of late Victorian embossed silver dishes, 3.5in., another similar, and four other small silver items
557.    A rare silver Prize Medal, 1793, King's Academy, Chapel Street, Soho, engraved verso, "Given to Master Eus. Danby for the best Piece of Writing, Mid-summer", maker's Wakelin & Garrard £80-100
558.    A silver plated 'Goliath' pocket watch, within original folding silver and leather case, engraved presentation inscription, 1914 £70-80
559.    A pair of George III silver fiddle-pattern tablespoons, London 1819, silver mesh purse, silver compact and four other silver items £100-130
560.    An Indian white metal pot, embossed design with cover, 3.25in.
561.    Small silverware, ring-stand, circular portrait photograph frame, oval pill-box, two propelling pencils, etc. (10) £80-100
562.    An early Victorian four-bottle decanter set, barrel-shape cut glass bodies, with stoppers, and comfit bowl, on original silver plated stand, 13in. high, a large plated and engraved tray, and other plated ware
563.    Small silverware, condiment trio and three other items £60-80
564.    A quantity of silver plated ware £50-70
565.    A helmet-shape cream jug, Peter, Ann and William Bateman, London 1800, 5in. - improper alteration, together with two silver bottle tickets, miniature Chinese cast silver box, embossed circular box and a pierced napkin ring
566.    Small silver flatware, including damaged Cartier posy vase, also to include silver plated flatware
567.    
568.    
569.    A quantity of silver plated ware, including three-sconce candelabrum
570.    A silver ingot pendant, oval silver dish, cased Art Deco silver napkin ring and six other items
571.    A pair of George III silver tablespoons, 1791-92, set of three George IV silver dessert spoons, London 1823, and four other silver spoons, approx. 10.5oz. total £70-100
572.    A silver plated Kings pattern cutlery canteen, 39 pieces, set of six Victorian silver plated coffee spoons with matched silver sugar tongs, and two other cased sets
573.    An early Victorian silver plated coffee pot, bulbous body with engraved ornament, double-scroll handle, hinged cover, 10.75in.
574.    A Georgian-style silver three-piece teaset, oval, half-fluted form, teapot with black wood handle, Sheffield 1919, approx. 35oz. gross total £350-400
575.    A quantity of silver plated ware, including engraved salver with cast border
576.    An engine-turned silver cigarette case, Birmingham 1946, approx. 6oz., personalised, a set of six silver fiddle-pattern teaspoons, silver sugar tongs, part-set of silver-handled cutlery, etc. £70-100
577.    A Jubilee silver card tray, circular with gadrooned rim, three scroll feet, London 1977, approx. 13oz. £120-150
578.    A silver coaster, royal commemorative inscription, together with five silver napkin rings, loaded silver posy vase, folding fruit knife with silver blade and two silver plated items £40-50
579.    A set of six silver plated dessert knives and forks, mother of pearl handles, in fitted oak case £80-100
580.    A royal commemorative 50 Dollars silver proof coin, 1996, Royal Mint limited edition, one kilogram £300-350
581.    A replica Waterloo campaign medal, 34.2 grams, in presentation case with certificate of authenticity £50-70
582.    Jubilee Coinage of Queen Victoria, 1887, seven silver coins, in presentation packaging, and three late 19th century One Dollar silver coins, also to include three Argentina 5000 Pesos stamps £120-150
583.    D. Howden - watercolour, war-time bomber, signed and dated '43, 11 x 14in. £60-80
584.    A pair of still life oils on board, 20 x 16in., two oils on canvas, country pathways, a smaller circular still life oil painting and various framed prints
585.    Edward Wesson (1910-83) - watercolour, rural view with buildings, signed in pencil lower right, 12 x 20in. £100-200
586.    H. Wimbush - watercolour, signed, label verso, 8 x 13in., a still life watercolour by Marjorie Best and one other watercolour
587.    Edwin Hunter - watercolour, Mediterranean harbour, signed, 11 x 15in., and another, a stringed quartet, signed Dennis Page, 8 x 10in.
588.    Two still life oils on canvas, both signed, one torn, and three signed prints
589.    A 19th century oil on canvas, hay cart, horses and labourers, panoramic setting, 12 x 24in., and an oil on board, rural buildings, unsigned, 14 x 20in.
590.    After Heava Coomans - young lady with flowers, alongside fountain, inscribed D'ap. Coomans, Stef, 12 x 7in. £50-70
591.    WITHDRAWN Rex Phillips - oil on canvas, HMS Endurance in the Antartic, signed, dated '84, inscribed and labelled verso, 20 x 30in., and resultant published Christmas card
592.    A marine oil painting, signed Abr. Wills, other pictures, a framed display of mariner's knots, coloured beadwork purse, etc.
593.    A large oil on canvas, dense woodland, unsigned, 40 x 56in.
594.    E. St. John - watercolour, panoramic view at Ashcombe, near Lewes, signed, 12 x 19in. £50-70
595.    Mike Turner, railway artist, railway station at Shoreham-by-Sea, British Railways passenger locomotive approaching, signed and dated '91, 10 x 14in. £100-150
596.    Mike Turner - railway artist, Southampton Central railway station with steam passenger locomotives approaching and departing, signed and dated '89, 12 x 18in. £100-150
597.    A. De Breanski - oil on canvas, country house entitled verso, Summer Morning, signed, 16 x 12in., and one other oil on board, unsigned, in matching moulded gilt frames £80-120
598.    Jack Carter - watercolour, still life roses, signed and dated 1978, 20 x 15in., artist's label verso £80-120
599.    George Henry Downing - watercolour, labelled verso, A Bit of Old Normandy, signed, 12 x 8in. - V-shape tear above signature
600.    Verdy - Belgian oil on canvas, sunset lake with horse, signed, and ten decorative prints, all framed
601.    Harold Sutton Palmer (1854-1933) - watercolour, rural view with foreground river and ducks, signed and dated 1877, 10 x 13in. £80-120
602.    A set of three circular gouache paintings, rural scenery, and a group of six Indian paintings on fabric, all in moulded gilt frames
603.    Two large oil paintings, young female portraits, and other decorative pictures, all framed
604.    Samuel J. Lamorna Birch (1869-1955) - watercolour sketch, country pathway, signed in pencil lower right, 10 x 14in. £100-150
605.    Joseph Horlor (1809-87) - large oil on canvas, carthorses and ploughshare with figures, signed, 32 x 48in. - slight tear central £200-300
606.    A period-style oil on board - farmyard and grazing animals, unsigned, 12 x 16in., large moulded gilt frame
607.    J. H. Powell - watercolour, tallship at sea, signed, 13 x 9.5in.
608.    Charles Frederick Allbon (1856-1926) - watercolour, coastal view with boating and figures, signed, 9 x 19in. £70-100
609.    Thomas Bush Hardy (1842-97) - watercolour, coastline with boating and figures, signed and dated 1893, 6.5 x 20in. £100-150
610.    Samuel Owen - oil on board, Eddystone Lighthouse, sailing vessel and rough waters, signed and inscribed verso, 13 x 16in. - professionally cleaned £70-100
611.    L. Dominica - oil on canvas, garden with woodland and stream, signed and dated '21, 16 x 20in. £70-100
612.    A mid-19th century oil on canvas - coastline with shipping and lighthouse, indistinctly signed lower left and dated 186..., 14 x 22in. - re-lined £100-150
613.    An early 19th century oil on canvas - apparent purchase of a female slave, unsigned, 12 x 15in. £150-200
614.    An oil on canvas - still life fruit and ewer, unsigned, 20 x 24in. together with a still life watercolour, flowers within jug, monogrammed CA, latter stained
615.    C. M. Parrott - Victorian oil on canvas, portrait bust of a lady, signed, 22 x 18in., bold moulded gilt frame
616.    A large signed print by Montague Dawson, Night Mists, pencil signature on mount, 24 x 30in.
617.    Two Victorian watercolours, still life and riverscape, each signed and dated, and five other framed pictures
618.    Philipe Devaud - bright still life flowers, monogrammed, 27 x 20in. oval £200-300
619.    WITHDRAWN A large lithographic screen print, an Arab portico, signed Mandy Bonnell and dated '86, 44 x 30in.
620.    A crayon sketch, rear view of a recumbent figure, red crayon, indistinctly signed Forli, 15 x 19in.
621.    A Victorian marine watercolour - harbour with moored boating and figures, unsigned, 22 x 30in.
622.    A primitive WWI oil on board, apparent attack of an ocean-going liner from German bi-plane, indistinctly monogrammed lower right, 13 x 27in. - diagonal cracks lower left
623.    D. Murray - oil on canvas, country house and gardens, signed and dated 1909, 9.5 x 13.5in. - relined
624.    •WITHDRAWN
Fred Yates (1922-2008) - oil on canvas, entitled verso, 'Off to the Black Bull for a Pint', canvas unsigned, pencil script to stretcher verso, 'Fred Yates, 1962', 11 x 14in.
625.    •Arthur Wardle (1860-1949) - oil on hardboard, two setters eyeing prey at riverbank, signed lower left, 16 x 20in. SEE FRONT COVER £800-1200
626.    A 19th century watercolour - bearing a signature, David Cox, a pair of gouache paintings attributed to A. Meadows and/or F. Hines, and others
627.    Enrico Donati - pair of abstract colour posters, 1980 and 1985, and two other large abstract prints £200-250