Antiques, Furniture, Collectables and Household Effects Sale
on Tuesday 24th October 2017

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1.      A set of four Victorian walnut dining chairs, carved backs with spindles, upholstered seats and backs
2.      An early 20th century two-seater Chesterfield settee, upholstered in a buttoned peach dralon, on casters
3.      A George III mahogany drop-leaf dining table, on chamfered square legs, 1ft. 6in. opening to 4ft. 6in.
A George III mahogany chest, four graduated drawers with oak-linings, on bracket feet, 2ft. 7in. - replacement hardware £200-250
5.      A Victorian walnut wind-action dining table, with extra leaf, on turned legs with casters, 3ft. 4in. opening to 5ft. - with winder
6.      An early 19th century mahogany chest, two short and three long oak-lined drawers, replacement knob handles, bracket feet, 3ft. £70-100
7.      A Victorian stripped pine wardrobe, hanging space enclosed by two doors, one with inset bevelled mirror, single base drawer, 3ft. 5in. £50-70
8.      An early Victorian bow-fronted mahogany chest, two short and three long oak-lined drawers, flame-veneered throughout, front splay legs, 3ft. 6in. £60-80
9.      A period-style oak side table with drop-leaf, angled form with three frieze drawers, on baluster-turned underframe, top 3ft. octagonal
10.     An Asprey cocktail bar, floor-standing and enclosed by a pair of full-length panel doors, green-painted interior with fitted shelves and wine glass recesses, electric illumination, three short drawers each bearing Asprey label, five removable shelves forming bar, 3ft. 10in. wide; 5ft. 8in. high SEE ILLUSTRATION £750-1000
11.     A Moroccan carved and turned wood easel, with inlaid mother of pearl detail, 2ft. 2in., and an octagonal three-legged stool with carved seat
12.     A large, 17th century oak coffer, four-panel frontage carved with lozenges, sheet-iron lockplate, three-plank top, 4ft. 6in. £200-250
13.     A Sheraton-period mahogany card table, half-round shape with broad satinwood cross banding, on slim, turned legs with casters, circa 1790, 2ft. 11in. £120-180
14.     A Chinese rosewood dining table, circular-shape with two extra leaves, 4ft. opening to 7ft., and a pair of dining armchairs en-suite £60-80
15.     A Chinese rosewood bookcase, an arrangement of three open shelves, 5ft.
16.     A Chinese teak shelf unit, arrangement of five shelves, 2ft. 2in., together with a similar magazine rack and upholstered stool
17.     A Chinese teak side table, with single drawer and recess beneath, 2ft. 5in.
18.     A Chinese teak occasional table, square with single drawer, 1ft. 8in. - top marked, together with a single chair and a gilt-framed mirror with bevelled plate
19.     A set of four early 19th century mahogany dining chairs, with carved bar-backs, drop-in seats and moulded front sabre legs, also to include a pair of matching dining chairs, recently made to form a set of six, clean £100-150
20.     A good Edwardian satinwood nest of three tables, each serpentine-shaped, painted throughout with cherubs, musical instruments and foliage in neo-classical style, 22in. SEE ILLUSTRATION £300-400
21.     An early 19th century mahogany tilt-top dining table, rectangular top with broad rosewood cross banding, on four outswept legs with brass terminals and casters, top 4ft. 8in. x 3ft. 3in. £250-350
22.     A Victorian mahogany chest, two short and three long drawers, turned wood knob handles, 3ft,. 2in., and a Victorian mahogany toilet mirror, 1ft. 8in. high
23.     A 17th century-style solid, dark oak sideboard, raised canopy back with Jacobean carved panels, base with two carved drawers, front turned legs, 3ft. 10in. £80-120
24.     A Victorian mahogany bookcase, upper stage with a pair of astragal-glazed doors enclosing three adjustable shelves, panelled cupboard base with two drawers, 3ft. 2in. wide; 6ft. 6in. high
25.     An early 20th century mahogany display cabinet, lined interior with two fitted shelves enclosed by pair of astragal-glazed doors, claw and ball feet, 3ft. 6in.
26.     An Edwardian mahogany tall chiffonier, raised back incorporating bevelled mirror plates and shelves, base section with two lined glazed cabinets, central drawer and mirrored cabinet, the whole with carved acanthus leaf-scrolls, 4ft. 6in. wide £100-150
27.     An Edwardian inlaid mahogany display cabinet, single astragal-glazed door enclosing lined interior with shelf, 1ft. 11in.
28.     An Edwardian walnut occasional table, triangular-shape with C-scroll border, on cabriole legs with undertier, 2ft., together with an Edwardian carved mahogany drawing-room armchair, upholstery worn, and an oval mahogany-framed wall mirror, 2ft. 10in.
29.     A set of four Sheraton-style oak dining chairs, with blue upholstered seats, and a pair of Art Nouveau oak dining chairs, matching drop-in seats
30.     Two large oak Flemish panellings, all panels carved with figures at various pursuits, 4ft. 10in. wide
31.     An early Victorian mahogany chest, two short and two long drawers, turned wood knob handles, on large turned feet, 3ft. 6in.
32.     A French transitional-style mahogany and parquetry card table, D-shape top with inlaid lozenge design and kingwood cross banding, revolving action, on cabriole legs, ormolu mounts throughout, 2ft. 8in. wide - centre of top marked £100-150
33.     An early 20th century mahogany display cabinet, lined interior with two fitted shelves enclosed by a pair of astragal-glazed doors, 3ft. 5in. wide - one glass pane damaged
34.     A mid-18th century oak dresser, (modified), twin-shelf plate-rack with broad open-work frieze, lower section with oak cross-banding throughout, three base drawers, 5ft. 2in. wide - two pairs of simulated drawer fronts to either side of base now opening as cupboard doors £80-120
35.     A set of four late Victorian dark walnut dining chairs, pierced vertical splats and seats upholstered in blue dralon, and a pair of Queen Anne-style oak dining chairs with drop-in seats
36.     An Edwardian inlaid mahogany display cabinet, pair of glazed doors enclosing two fitted, lined shelves, boxwood inlay in neo-classical style, 3ft. 8in.
37.     A Victorian ebonised mahogany card table, later-applied with early 18th century crewel-work to frieze, rear two legs supporting hinged, baize-lined top with dished counter wells, tapering legs with casters, 3ft. £60-80
38.     A 17th century oak coffer, panelled construction with boarded top, frieze carved with a band of flowers and fruit, 3ft. 5in. wide - some faults
39.     A George III oak corner cupboard, two shaped shelves enclosed by a pair of bow doors with brass H-hinges, 2ft. 11in. high
40.     A set of eight Chippendale-style mahogany dining chairs, including pair of carvers, shaped top rails and pierced splats, drop-in seats £70-100
41.     A good Elizabethan-style solid oak coffer, panelled construction with boarded top, frontage carved with classical arcaded panels with box and black floral inlay, 3ft. 10in. SEE ILLUSTRATION £150-200
42.     A Georgian mahogany drop-leaf dining table, on turned, tapering legs with brass cup casters, 1ft. 5in. opening to 4ft. 11in. £50-60
43.     An early 20th century dark oak sectional bookcase, enclosed by four hinged glass doors, 2ft. 10in.
44.     An 18th century oak six-plank coffer, 3ft. 6in. - hinges and escutcheon renewed
45.     A mid-19th century Windsor-type rocking armchair, elm with ash spindles, and a 19th century provincial rush-seated single chair with turned spindle back £50-60
46.     A Victorian writing table, pine with ash top, two frieze drawers, on turned legs with casters, 2ft. 10in. inc. single drop-leaf
47.     An early 20th century pine kitchen dresser, pair of glazed doors enclosing two shelves, panelled cupboard base with two drawers, 3ft. 7in. wide £80-120
48.     A Victorian pine wash stand, fitted with towel rail and single drawer, 2ft., together with a Victorian pine corner cabinet, enclosed by single glazed door
49.     A late Victorian stripped beech wardrobe, panelled front with mirror door, single pine drawer beneath, 2ft. 8in.
50.     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 £120-150
51.     A late 18th century 30-hour cottage longcase clock, 12in. square brass dial signed James Roper, Shepton Mallett, in oak case, with pendulum and weight £150-200
52.     A Gent & Co., Leicester Pulsynetic master clock, light-stained pine case with single glazed door, with pendulum, 52in. high, and a Gent slave programmer en suite with large pin-wheel
53.     A George III 30-hour longcase clock, 11in. square, painted dial signed Shepherd & Potter, Wotton, with date aperture, movement striking on a bell, oak case with inlaid shell and mahogany cross banding throughout, with pendulum and weight, 7ft. high £100-150
54.     A period-style longcase clock, arched dial with moon-phases, chiming movement, with pendulum and weights, 6ft. 6in., together with a dark oak veneered grandmother clock with German chiming movement, with pendulum, 51in. high £70-80
55.     An early 19th century 8-day longcase clock, 14in. painted, arched dial with subsidiary seconds and date, movement striking on a bell, mahogany case with domed hood and brass mounts, with pendulum and weights, 7ft. 3in. high £100-150
56.     A Georgian-style 8-day longcase clock, 10.5in. square brass dial with silvered chapter ring, twin fusee movement striking on a gong, with pendulum, 7ft. 4in. £100-150
57.     A George III 8-day longcase clock, 13in. arched brass dial signed Thompson, Chester, engraved dial centre with subsidiary seconds and date aperture, movement striking on a bell, in a carved oak case, hood with swan-neck pediment, with winding crank, pendulum and weights, 7ft. 6in. high £150-200
58.     An Emperor Clock Co. grandmother clock, arched dial with moon phases, chiming movement, in fruitwood case, with pendulum and weights £50-80
59.     An early 20th century electric longcase clock, with silvered dial, bevelled glass trunk door, with pendulum, 5ft. 3in. high
60.     An early 19th century Dutch 30-hour wall clock, 10.5in. re-painted arched dial in oak case, with pendulum and weight
61.     A mahogany stick barometer, I. Blatt, Brighton, with simulated ivory register plate, 35in. £50-60
62.     A large International Time Recording Co. timepiece, with electric system, complete with pendulum, in oak case, 5ft. 6in. high
63.     A late 18th century/early 19th century 30-hour cottage wall clock, 10in. square painted dial signed Tho. Fowle, East Grinstead, single-handed, post-framed movement striking on a bell, hood lacking, and an early 19th century dial clock, 8in. painted wood convex dial with alarm, as viewed
64.     A waxed pine open bookcase, five fitted shelves, 4ft. 2in. £80-100
65.     A waxed pine dresser, twin-shelf plate rack with five short drawers, panelled cupboard base with three drawers, 5ft. £100-150
65A.    A late Victorian inlaid mahogany side cupboard, pair of panelled doors with box wood conch shells, single shelf enclosed, on bracket feet, 3ft. 3in. £70-100
66.     A solid, dark oak draw-leaf dining table, on barley-twist underframe, 3ft., together with a medium oak gateleg table, 2ft. 5in. and a mahogany sofa table, as viewed
67.     A good reproduction faded mahogany tripod table, oval top on carved supports, 2ft. 4in., together with an oval mahogany coffee table, on four outswept legs with casters
68.     A period-style dark oak display cabinet, pair of leaded glass doors enclosing two shelves, panelled cupboard base, 3ft. 6in. wide
69.     A dark oak oblong nest of tables, incorporating central cupboard with linenfold panel door, 4ft.
70.     A solid, dark oak gateleg dining table, on barley-twist underframe, 3ft. 4in. - top marked, and a set of four dining chairs, with drop-in seats
71.     A period-style dark oak bureau bookcase, pair of leaded glass doors enclosing three shelves, linenfold fall-front enclosing fittings, four long drawers beneath, 2ft. 6in.
72.     A pair of dark oak wall cabinets, each enclosed by a pair of leaded glass doors, 2ft. 10in.
73.     A wrought metal lamp stand, stem with two shelves, and an Art Deco-style frameless mirror with engraved borders, 2ft. 6in. high
74.     A pair of Victorian upholstered footstools, with turned spindles, together with an Art Nouveau oak dining chair and a bevelled mirror, within embossed brass frame
75.     An Ashley & Lawrence (Worthing) two seater settee, upholstered in a peach velour, four loose cushions, on front turned mahogany legs with brass cup casters, and matching footstool
76.     A walnut bureau, quarter-veneered fall-front enclosing fittings, three long drawers beneath, on cabriole legs, 2ft. 6in.
77.     An eastern camphorwood trunk, carved with fishing vessels throughout, 3ft. 5in. £50-60
78.     A Logik flatscreen television, 26in. screen with remote control
78A.    A period-style dark oak bookcase, frieze carved with lunettes, pair of leaded glazed doors enclosing two shelves, 3ft.
78B.    A period-style dark oak bureau, panelled fall-front above single drawer and cupboard base, 2ft. 6in., together with a dark oak nest of three tables
78C.    An oak dining set, gateleg table, 3ft., set of four stick-back chairs
78D.    A modern, light oak bedside chest, three drawers, 1ft. 8in.
79.     A dark oak nest of three tables, nest of two tables, gilt wicker conservatory armchair
80.     An Ercol custom-made kitchen table, with pine-effect formica top, 3ft. 6in. - clean
81.     A solid, medium oak bookcase, pair of glazed doors enclosing three adjustable shelves, 3ft.
82.     A solid, dark oak bookcase, pair of glazed doors with carved detail, three adjustable shelves, cabriole feet, 2ft. 10in.
83.     A solid, dark oak bookcase, pair of glazed doors enclosing three adjustable shelves, 3ft.
84.     A solid, dark oak bookcase, leaded glass door enclosing three adjustable shelves, 2ft. and another, medium oak veneered, 2ft. 9in.
85.     A 1920's solid, dark oak bookcase, leaded glass doors enclosing three adjustable shelves, 3ft. 6in., together with two square oak side tables, circular oak wine table and a mahogany bedside chest of three drawers, as viewed
86.     An ash wall-hanging shelf unit, two primitive wood stools and a pair of beech slat-back dining chairs
87.     A two-seater settee and matching armchair, generously upholstered in a claret dralon, clean
88.     A golden fruitwood bureau, enclosed fittings above two long drawers, 2ft. 6in.
89.     An early 20th century waxed pine mule chest, boarded construction with single drawer, 2ft. 10in.
90.     A long, waxed pine side table, 4ft. 8in., a Victorian oak hall seat with shaped and pierced ends, and a brass two-handled cauldron
91.     An Ammaco 'Free and Easy' tricycle, with six-speed Shimano gear-shift, wheels 22in. - little-used condition £150-250
92.     A Portways cast iron Tortoise stove, cyclindrical shape, size 2
93.     A set of six green-stained beech dining chairs, ladder-backs and rush seats
94.     Three early 20th century Eastern wool saddle bags, and an Iranian Belouch star-shape rug, latter 24 x 20in. £50-70
95.     An Afghan wool rug, geometric designs predominantly in red and black, 6ft. 10in. x 8ft. 10in. £60-80
96.     An Afghan wool runner, medallion design, and two Afghan wool rugs
97.     A Koliai Eastern wool rug, bright designs including crimson against a beige field, 7ft. 6in. x 5ft. 2in., and three smaller rugs
98.     An Eastern wool saddle bag, another, smaller, star-shape sampler prayer mat and two other similar items £50-60
99.     Armand de Brignac, Champagne, one bottle, 750ml, limited edition in original packaging £150-200
100.    Four bottled spirits, three Dimple and Crown Royal, two boxed £50-60
101.    James Martin's Fine & Rare Scotch Whisky, 70cl., boxed
102.    Ka Va Lan Taiwan Whisky, one bottle, together with three bottles English whisky, Golden Blue Whisky from Korea, and Penderyn Welsh Whisky, all boxed (6) £60-80
103.    American Whiskey, six bottles
104.    American Whiskey, six various bottles
105.    Shootlands Scotch Whisky, seven bottles
106.    Whisky, aged 21 years, five bottles
107.    Scotch Whisky, aged 12 years, six bottles
108.    Scotch Whisky, aged 12 years, seven bottles
109.    White Rum, six bottles, various nationalities
110.    Bell's Whisky, nine bells, each in original packaging £50-60
111.    Scotch Whisky, six bottles, variously 10-18 years
112.    Scotch Whisky, four bottles, each in original packaging
113.    Scotch Whisky, four bottles, each in original packaging
114.    Spirits and liqueurs, nine bottles, various nationalities
115.    Tequila, five bottles
116.    Liqueurs, eight various bottles
117.    Spirits and liqueurs, nine bottles, various
118.    Spirits and liqueurs, fourteen bottles, various £50-70
119.    Irish Whiskey, and others, six bottles
120.    Spirits and liqueurs, twelve bottles, various £50-70
121.    Scotch Whisky, six bottles, various
122.    Scotch Whisky, five bottles including Royal & Ancient
123.    Scotch Whisky, five bottles including Clan Campbell
124.    Scotch Whisky, six bottles including Snow Grouse
125.    Yamazaki Whisky, Japanese, and six other bottles of Whisky
126.    Whisky, six bottles including Japanese
127.    Whisky, six bottles including Royal Canadian
128.    Rum, five bottles including Old Hopking
129.    Rum, six bottles including boxed Rhum Neisson
130.    Brandy, six bottles including boxed Maxime Trijol
131.    Brandy and Cognacs, seven bottles including Chateau de Laubade
132.    Gin, four bottles, various
133.    Scotch Whisky, six bottles including Monarch of the Glen
134.    Scotch Whisky, six bottles including Windsor XR
135.    An assortment of 19th century bone and carved ivory fragments
136.    A collection of African wood-carvings, pair of rosewood spears, coloured leather brush, etc.
137.    An assortment of ornamental dog models, and an early 20th century mahogany two-tiered jardiniere stand
138.    A violin by Antonio Martello, Paris, 1898, 13.5in. back - some structural damage, complete with a bow, in case £70-100
139.    An ormolu table lamp, semi-nude youth with symbols, on simulated malachite plinth, 11in.
140.    A late Victorian silver-mounted oak box, similarly mounted with silver lockplate and shaped hasp, London 1900, 10.25in. wide £120-150
141.    A Spanish brass wall mirror, rectangular-shape with arched cresting, embossed throughout with flowers and scrolls, 20 x 10in.
142.    A Nikon SLR camera, lens 50mm, 1:2, in leather case, with user guide, together with a Chinese engraved brass dish, 10in.,on wood stand, and a pair of silver plated wine-tasters
143.    Four ancient-style bronze table lamps, each on wood plinth
144.    Household items, including Canon binoculars, leather case, combination lock unknown, gilt-framed convex mirror, etc.
145.    Various framed pictures, and a moulded gilt mirror
146.    Welsh slate castings, 12 total including sundial and thermometer
147.    A Victorian burr walnut writing box, with engraved slope and fittings, 14in., a similar work box, 12in. - top split, and a walnut and parquetry box, 10in.
148.    Three Victorian rosewood boxes, variously inlaid with mother of pearl and stained wood parquetry, as viewed
149.    A Victorian burr walnut box, 12in. and a Victorian mahogany workbox with flame-veneered panels, 12in. - faults, also to include a shaped, frameless mirror
150.    Welsh slate castings, 12 total including slate miner
151.    Welsh slate castings, 15 total including owl and locomotive
152.    Small Welsh slate castings, 30 total including animal models, also to include four ornamented slates including decoupage
153.    A 19th century carved wood novelty tobacco box, terrier's head with hinged cap cover, glass eyes, 6.5in. - cheroot lacking £150-200
154.    An early 19th century French tole peinte vase, hexagonal, pedestal form 'japanned' and gilded with arrows, quivers, leaf-scrolls and drapes, 11.25in.
155.    An early Victorian rosewood tea caddy, sarcophagus-shape inlaid throughout with mother of pearl leaf-scrolls, twin enclosed canisters and central glass mixing bowl, on carved feet, 13.5in. wide - mixing bowl repaired; one foot lacking £100-150
156.    A pair of Victorian bell-metal candlesticks, 6in., and a pair of Indian brass serpent candlesticks
157.    A Victorian burr yew work box, 11in., a silver-mounted coromandel box, 8.5in., collection of Kensitas silks, card games, etc.
158.    A radio-controlled launch, Royston, black hull, red beneath the waterline, single-screw motor, 36in.
159.    A model radio-controlled battleship, with numerous gun turrets, stern as an aircraft carrier, four-screw propulsion, 51in.
160.    A radio-controlled model liberty ship, Hyperion, grey hull, red beneath the waterline, numerous deck details, single-screw propulsion, 54in.
161.    A radio-controlled model tug, Smit Nederland, black hull, brown beneath the waterline, twin-screw propulsion, 22in., within dry-dock casing
162.    A 19th century patinated bronze sculpture, young male carrying lamb, unsigned, 9in., together with a small brass carriage timepiece £100-150
163.    A Lejeune chrome car mascot, racehorse and jockey, monogrammed, 4in. high - reins lacking £50-70
164.    A bronze figure of a labourer, kneeling female, unsigned, 4in.
165.    A dual-purpose walking stick, silver mount concealing horse measure, London 1936 £100-150
166.    A 1930's chrome car mascot, Speed Nymph, unsigned, 6in.
167.    A 19th century French globe, by C. Perigot, revolving on ebonised pedestal stem, 18in. high - Indian areas damaged £50-70
168.    A large quantity of photographic accessories
169.    A top hat, by Tress & Co., London, on mahogany and elm hat stand, 15in. and a silver-mounted walking stick with horn handle
170.    A 19th century Betjemann's Patent inkwell, with double-hinged brass cover, underside hobnail-cut glass, on oval marble stand, 8in. wide, together with a brass-mounted glass reading lens £50-60
171.    Air Ministry/Admiralty photographs, 1940-41, 89 total, black and white images £100-150
172.    An hollow-cast bronze tiger, four-square and roaring, unsigned, 15in. long £60-80
173.    An early 20th century cast brass box, cast detail relates to life of W. Shakespeare, 6in., together with a copper mixing bowl, 14in., and a Victorian copper helmet-shape coal scuttle
174.    An Ashanti-type carved teak stool, rectangular dished seat and elephant stem carved from the solid, 21in. high £50-70
175.    A Royal Lancaster Yeomanry helmet plate, with bright gilded finish, 5in. high
176.    Three novelty miniature corkscrews, and a Victorian full-size corkscrew with rosewood handle and brush
177.    African items, including two bangles, chip-carved wood sheath, photograph of Kilossa Railway Station, 1918 £50-60
178.    A quantity of ornamental brassware and further household ornaments
179.    A malacca walking cane, with embossed white metal mount, together with a dual-purpose walking cane and a violin bow
180.    A Falcon electric guitar, and a banjo, latter corroded, each in case
181.    A Turkish Yatagan dagger, 22.5in. curved, single-edged blade with engraved ornament, cast and engraved grip £50-70
182.    Various framed pictures and mirrors
183.    Auto maintenance tools, including Runbaken electrics tester, formerly in use on an Austin 7, also to include various car badges, etc. £50-60
184.    A 19th century sword, straight, 31in. single-edged blade, wood grip with brass hilt, in steel scabbard £50-70
185.    Two French bayonets, curved 22in. blades and brass grips
186.    Three Christian rosaries, each with cross and brass pendants, and a Gilkerson folding bone rule
187.    Tribal items from Somalia, bow, seven arrows within quiver, two hand drums, cosh and a leather necklace, also to include an Australian boomerang
188.    Vanity Fair prints, approx. 85 total, many with biographies, subjects include legal, sporting, music and theatre, including proof prints, frameless £100-120
189.    A pair of Victorian brass candlesticks, brass preserve pan, etc.
190.    A. Hulk - two panoramic watercolours, signed, and other pictures, as viewed
191.    Five various monochrome siamese portraits, each within moulded wood frame
192.    A Miro wood Souvenir From Pitcairn, each fin with impressed stamps, on stamped plinth, underside inscribed Pitcairn Island, South Sea Island, 10/7/49, 15in. long
193.    A group of Iranian gouache paintings, and other pictures, all framed
194.    A small microscope, with accessories, in original mahogany fitted case, and an assortment of cased draughtsman's precision instruments, also to include a cased Jeddah silver-coloured medallion and a plated and engraved three-piece teaset
195.    A fireman's copper A-type branch, with nozzle, and The L&G CTC Extinguisher, each mounted on single wood stand, dated 1954

196.    A fireman's diffuser branch, and a fixed-nozzle branch, each bronze
197.    Indian brass castings, including mythical gods, early 19th century silver plated salt, Limoges ash-tray, etc.
198.    Five various domestic weighing scales, with weights
199.    A vintage mahogany shopkeeper's till, collection of beech rolling pins, aneroid barometer with clothes brushes en-suite, etc.
200.    Various thermometers, cased pair of binoculars, etc., as viewed
201.    A portable Potentiometer, and four other electrical testing instruments
202.    Two large tribal wood-carvings, bakelite accessories, recorder in original box, etc.
203.    A carved malachite pig model, copper preserve pan, etc.
204.    Assorted repairer's tools, set of chisels, Leinen staking tool set, cased router, etc. £50-60
205.    A large Record heavy duty bench vice, and numerous other vices and clamps
206.    A bronze skillet, circa 1700, 8in. diameter, and an old brass marmalade pan
207.    Electrical tools, drills, disc-cutter, chisel-sharpener, etc.
208.    A large quantity of hand-tools, and a Precision Mitre Saw, in box £50-70
208A.   Various framed pictures, and other ornaments
209.    A Victorian/Edwardian toxicology set, near-complete with named potions and accessories, complete with original folding chart, in mahogany case £50-60
210.    Two Victorian pocket barometers, each in original leather case, together with a Casella low-speed air meter, and a cased travelling timepiece, as viewed
211.    Fountain pens, including two boxed Sheaffer, three various pocket watches and a small assortment of gentlemens costume jewellery
212.    Weighing scales and weights, comprising painted cast iron scale, mahogany-cased apothecary scale, a postal scale, boxed pan-scale, beech-cased weights and two hydrometers
213.    Two late Victorian pocket barometers, each in original leather case, and Fowler's Magnum long-scale calculator, in original leather case £50-60
214.    A quantity of framed pictures
215.    A Tanglewood Evolution guitar, in Fender case, and a Japanese Suzuki guitar
216.    A collection of carpentry tools, contained within painted pine tool trunk
217.    Victorian and later metalware, including embossed brass mug, coffee grinder, two horse leathers, shop counter bell, also to include two large embossed brass wall plates
218.    A pair of watercolours, by John Wells-Deamer, other pictures, various walking sticks within porcelain stick-stand, etc.
219.    Two archery bows, and a Grosman 140 air rifle
220.    A violin, and two violin bows, one signed Vuillaume, Paris, the other Hawkes & Son, in case £100-150
221.    A model of the Cutty Sark, with deck-details and full rigging, 33in. including bow-sprit
222.    A quantity of table linen
223.    A singing bird automaton, gilt-metal cage enclosing revolving globe timepiece, 5.5in. £60-80
224.    Six Dinky Toys Aircraft, one in original box, other die-cast models, Britains farm series, etc.
225.    A group of five soft toy Nazi commanders, in full military cloth attire, bearing attached Liberty labels £100-150
226.    An unusual Victorian diarama, domestic interior featuring four bisque dolls, tea-time scene with numerous furnishings, in glazed oak case, 17 x 18in. £100-150
227.    A quantity of die-cast toy vehicles, and doll's house furnishings
228.    An assortment of soft toys
229.    A collection of coins, largely British
230.    British coinage, a large quantity uncirculated sets in original packaging, approx. 64 sets £100-150
231.    A collection of GB coins, contained within commemorative packets
232.    A Franklin Mint British Virgin Islands proof coin set, 1974, other coins, and an Isle of Man First Day Cover
233.    Two stamp collections, The Queen's Golden Jubilee, and The Millennium, each in album
234.    Football memorabilia, including annual dinner menu, 1985, numerous autographs including Alan Mullery, Bobby Robson and Derek Dougan, also to include Football Monthly World Cup Souvenir, 1966
235.    Various WWI greetings silks, some framed, two regimental silks, Cheshire, a Great War tablecloth and a small, circular hand-made box
236.    A group of ten 1930's Nazi badges, all with enamelled detail, three dated 1933, including Nazi British Friendship badge
237.    A quantity of militaria, including numerous buttons and badges
238.    A quantity of regimental embroidered badges, all framed
239.    A domestic collection of postcards and photographs, together with a beadwork evening purse and four lady's handbags £50-60
240.    Railwayania, four iron rolling stock plaques, 1944-54, and another, smaller, 1965
241.    A collection of cigarette cards, many contained within collector albums
242.    Royal Antediluvian Order of Buffaloes, regalia and medals including silver £50-60
243.    A theatre poster, Golders Green Hippodrome, 1959, in frame, and a Royal Military Asylum book, 1819
244.    An album of postcards, including railways, maritime and comics £70-80
245.    An album of postcards, includes dogs, cats and comics £70-80
246.    An album of greetings cards £70-80
247.    A collection of postcards, largely topographical, contained within six albums
248.    A collection of postcards, largely topographical, contained within six albums, and others, loose
249.    Cary's Traveler's Companion, pub. London 1790, 41 UK county maps, bound in original red leather, one map lacking £80-100
250.    Apollo magazine, 1950-55, complete set of 10 publishers' bound editions, cloth and gilt
251.    Reference books, antique clocks and others
252.    A George III-style inlaid mahogany wheel barometer, silvered dial signed Ross, 111 New Bond Street, architectural pediment, 29in.
253.    A brass carriage clock, champleve-enamelled dial and timepiece movement, in columnar case, with key, 6in. £60-80
254.    A large black slate mantel clock, architectural form with five columns to each side, enamelled chapter ring, French movement striking on a gong, with key and pendulum, brass presentation plaque dated 1910, 19.5in. wide
255.    A Victorian black slate mantel clock, dial with enamelled chapter ring, Marti movement striking on a gong, architectural case with Corinthian columns, with pendulum and key, 12.5in. wide together with a carved bone chess set, red stained and natural, Kings, 4in. - each set one replacement pawn, also to include a carved ivory elephant Shipping arrangements limited. Buyer beware
256.    An Edwardian inlaid mahogany mantel clock, lancet-shape with convex dial and French movement, 9.5in.
257.    An Art Deco clock garniture, two-tone marble with circular dial alongside spelter bird in flight, with key, pair of globular ornaments on rectangular plinths, clock plinth 19.5in.
258.    An early 20th century French mantel clock, dial with inset coloured filigree, timepiece movement with key, 6in. £80-100
259.    A period-style mahogany bracket clock, with elaborate brass mounts, four various mantel clocks and a wheel barometer
260.    Two inlaid mahogany mantel clocks, and two oak mantel clocks
261.    A Victorian black slate mantel clock, enamelled dial and French bell-striking movement, brass plaque dated 1884, with pendulum and two keys, 16in. wide
262.    A Victorian-style brass skeleton clock, with four-wheel in-line train incorporating single fusee, silvered chapter ring, on ebonised plinth, under glass dome, with a key and a pendulum, mainspring and operation ineffective £120-180
263.    A Victorian dial clock, 11in. enamelled dial signed Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co., London, timepiece movement with fusee, with pendulum, in architectural oak case £100-150
264.    An advertising dial clock, Courage Ale, timepiece movement with single fusee, copper-mounted case in the form of an ale barrel, 12in. dial, with pendulum SEE ILLUSTRATION £60-80
265.    A Black Forest cuckoo clock, with pendulum and cone weights, and five other cuckoo clocks
266.    A barograph, within cream-painted metal case, 9.5in., and two Smiths brown bakelite mantel clocks
267.    Two early 20th century time recorders, Blick Stafsine and Gledhill-Brook
268.    A Victorian brass skeleton clock, with timepiece fusee movement, four-wheel in-line train, silvered chapter ring, on white marble plinth, under glass dome, with pendulum and a key £200-300
269.    An early 20th century barograph, in mahogany case, 12in. £100-150
270.    Various mantel clocks, and mantel clock cases
270A.   An Arts and Crafts oak dial clock, one other wall clock and two wheel barometers
270B.   Four bakelite mantel clocks, two other mantel clocks and six framed watch-component pictures
270C.   An oak wall-hanging regulator
271.    Two early electric Bulle mantel clocks, each under glass dome, and another, similar, all dials lacking
272.    A German barograph, in mahogany case, 11in., and a smaller French barograph £100-150
273.    A Victorian skeleton clock, four-wheel in-line train with single fusee, 8-day mechanism with passing strike, elaborately pierced silvered chapter ring, with pendulum and a key, under glass dome, on white marble plinth
274.    A Jaeger Le Coultre Atmos clock, slim chapter ring against a veined black marble-effect dial, lacquered brass case with marble-effect sides, 8.5in. high £400-500
275.    A brass carriage clock, enamelled dial with Breguet hands, 7in. - modified, and two smaller carriage clocks
276.    Three 19th century German cuckoo clocks, all with carved wood detail, as viewed £80-120
277.    A Victorian-style skeleton clock, elaborately-shaped 'Minster' plates, three-wheel train with single fusee and passing strike, on plinth and under glass dome, with key and a pendulum £150-200
278.    A large Smiths Sectric wall clock, in brown bakelite case, and other assorted electric wall clocks
279.    A Victorian skeleton clock, silvered chapter ring signed Rhodes, Bradford, Minster form with twin-fusee movement striking on a rear-mounted gong, with pendulum and a key, on plinth, under glass dome, one spire cross-and-arrow finial lacking £350-450
280.    Two Gledhill-Brook time recorders, each in glazed oak case
281.    A brass carriage clock, enamelled dial and timepiece movement, in obis case, and a Hunt & Roskell leather carriage clock case £50-70
282.    An unusual Connecticut perpetual calendar, twin-printed multi-indicator dials, stained pine case, with pendulum, 33in. high
283.    A quantity of anniversary clock parts, as viewed
284.    A Victorian rosewood veneered skeleton clock plinth, 7.5in., various ebonised clock plinths, marble ditto, etc.
285.    An early 20th century electric dial clock, 7in. dial in oak frame, other wall clocks, alarm clocks, etc.
286.    A collection of cuckoo clock parts, repair projects only
287.    A Nordstrom 5-speed drill press, lacks owner's manual £50-70
288.    A Nordstrom MCS 500 woodturning lathe, with instruction manual £50-70
289.    Three various 19th century Connecticut shelf clocks, as viewed
290.    A 19th century walnut wall clock, in architectural case, with pendulum and weights, and three further continental wall clock cases, as viewed
291.    A replica water clock (clepsydra), carved oak frame with brass reservoir, register plates and name plaque inscribed 'John Bird, 1690, Beverley', circa 1910, 30in.
292.    A quantity of mantel clock dials and movements, as viewed
293.    A large quantity of mantel clock parts, contained within three cartons
294.    A large collection of watch repairer's parts, largely screws, all contained within named filing trays £50-70
295.    A large quantity of cuckoo clock parts
296.    Two Negretti & Zambra barographs, each within painted metal case
297.    A 19th century Dutch 30-hour wall clock with alarm, 11.25in. painted, arched dial, signed J. Vermaas, post-framed movement count-wheel striking on a bell, oak case with embossed brass urn mount, with pendulum and weight £50-70
298.    A National time recorder, and a Gledhill-Brook time recorder, each in glazed case, as viewed ££"20-30
299.    A large quantity of mantel clock parts, as viewed
300.    Lord Kelvin's Electro-static Volt Meter, in glazed case, and three cased Magneto-Electric machines
301.    A Dutch reproduction wall clock, white ceramic dial clock with German movement, other assorted mantel clocks, two Art Deco marble clock-cases, etc.
302.    A Victorian skeleton clock, featuring enamel chapter ring, single-fusee movement with in-line train, passing strike on a bell, on marble plinth, with key and pendulum, 15.5in. £200-300
303.    A 19th century German oak cuckoo clock, arched case with Gothic tracery, 18in. high, other wood cuckoo clocks and related spare parts £80-120
304.    A 20th century Congreve 'rolling ball' timepiece, single-fusee movement connecting to three enamelled dials, with ball, long key, on square marble plinth, under brass and glass casing, clock 13in. wide SEE ILLUSTRATION £400-600
305.    A Victorian-style skeleton clock, triangular plates with single-fusee movement, under brass-mounted glass casing, with key and pendulum, on oak plinth, 13.5in. high £100-150
306.    Two time recorders, National Time Recorder Co., in oak case, circa 1955, Blick in light beech case
307.    A Victorian skeleton clock by Beha. Schwerer & Co., Norwich, featuring silvered chapter ring and single-fusee movement with in-line train, with pendulum and a key, on ebonised plinth with glass dome, 13in. high SEE ILLUSTRATION £250-350
308.    A quantity of mantel clocks, including several bakelite and simulated marble
309.    A collection of mantel clock cases, as viewed
310.    A quantity of mantel clock cases, as viewed
311.    A Smiths Sectric oak mantel clock, pressed glass mantel clock, and others
312.    A quantity of mantel clocks, many Smiths, largely bakelite and plastic cases, electric and clockwork, as viewed
313.    Four various cuckoo clocks, one weight lacking; as viewed
314.    Four various skeleton clock frames, each with single fusee movement, one unusual with subsidiary seconds £80-100
315.    A Victorian skeleton clock, single-fusee movement within elaborately shaped brass plates, with key and pendulum, on plinth with glass dome £300-400
316.    Five various cuckoo clocks, one pendulum lacking - as viewed £50-60
317.    Six various anniversary clocks, each under glass/perspex dome, one silk suspension a.f.
318.    An architectural brass anniversary clock, with red dial and finials, and three further anniversary clocks, each under glass/perspex dome £70-80
319.    A skeleton clock, single-fusee movement with unusual wheel configuration, with key and pendulum, on white marble plinth with glass dome, 20in. high - mechanism attention needed £200-300
320.    Pigeon-racing time recorders, four in oak cases, one in beech case, as viewed
321.    A large quantity of clock-repairer parts, including bells, mainsprings and wheels £50-70
322.    An assortment of electrical clock parts, and volt meters
323.    Various mantel clock parts and cases, and a quantity of clock movements, as viewed
324.    A skeleton clock, single-fusee movement with unusual wheel configuration, with key and pendulum, on ebonised plinth, under glass dome, 18in. £200-300
325.    A 19th century Swiss cuckoo clock, case with Gothic tracery, and three other cuckoo clocks, with pendulums and weights £70-100
326.    A variety of mantel clocks, clockwork and electric, as viewed
327.    A large quantity of clock repairer's small parts, contained within five filing cases
328.    An electric Thermograph, and other boxed instruments, as viewed
329.    A Jaeger Le Coultre Atmos clock, white chapter ring with Arabic numerals and batons, glazed gilt-brass case, 9in. SEE ILLUSTRATION £350-450
329A.   A group of three clocks
330.    A mahogany bracket clock, silvered dial signed Brown & Son, Sheffield, 14in. - movement not accessed, together with a scroll-shape mantel clock with under-mounted bells, and a portable Gledhill Brook time recorder
331.    A small Victorian skeleton clock, with silvered chapter ring, single fusee movement, with key and pendulum, on ebonised plinth, under glass dome, 10.5in. high £150-200
332.    An unusual Day-Dial Calendar, with clockwork mechanism, mahogany case, a brass gravity timepiece, 10in., and a walnut-cased mantel alarm clock, 9.75in.
333.    A large quantity of clock repairer's spare parts £50-70
334.    A Victorian-style skeleton clock, with pierced and silvered chapter ring, single-fusee movement with passing strike, with key and pendulum, on ebonised plinth, under circular glass dome, 14.5in. £100-150
335.    An assortment of bakelite mantel clocks, largely electric, and others, similar
336.    An assortment of clock and barometer cases, as viewed
337.    A 19th century Swiss cuckoo clock, architectural case with Gothic tracery, 15.5in., together with a small coromandel mantel clock, 6in. wide, and an American shelf clock, latter case woodworm
338.    Two cased pigeon-racing timer clocks, a reproduction gramophone with brass horn, Avo-meter, etc., as viewed
339.    A skeleton clock, featuring silvered chapter ring, shaped brass plates and single-fusee movement, on white marble plinth, under a glass dome, with key, 15in. high £80-120
340.    A Victorian-style skeleton clock, with silvered dial and elaborately-shaped brass plates, single-fusee movement with passing strike, on rectangular mahogany plinth, with key and pendulum, 18.5in. £150-200
341.    Seven various glass clock domes £80-100
342.    Nine small glass clock domes, and three perspex clock domes £70-100
343.    A skeleton clock, enamelled chapter ring and single-fusee movement, with key and pendulum, on mahogany plinth with glass dome £100-150
344.    A Victorian style Cathedral skeleton clock, engraved and silvered chapter ring and complex shaped-brass plates, single-fusee movement with passing strike, with key and pendulum, on mahogany plinth, under glass dome SEE ILLUSTRATION £350-400
345.    An alabaster mantel clock, scroll design with swinging cherub pendulum, with key, on plinth and under glass dome, 12in. high, and one other alabaster mantel clock, 11in. wide £50-70
346.    A Victorian-style brass skeleton clock, silvered chapter ring and shaped plates, single-fusee movement, with a pendulum and key, on ebonised plinth, under glass dome, 16in. - escapement modified £200-250
347.    A near-pair of architectural mantel clocks, German timepiece movements, cylindrical form, each with four Doric columns, 13in. - each with key and pendulum
348.    An unusual 19th century cuckoo clock, ebonised case with painted detail, convex, enamelled dial between fluted ceramic columns, movement striking on a gong, with pendulum and cast brass weights, 11in. - as viewed £70-80
349.    An unusual Art Deco Bulle marble clock, two-tone variegated marble case of stepped, angular design, electric movement with pendulum, 6in. octagonal dial, 10in. high £50-70
350.    A complex 20th century skeleton clock, six-wheel train powering three enamelled dials recording hours, minutes and seconds, with key, on mahogany plinth with glass casing, 18in. high - two counter-balance bobs lacking SEE FRONT COVER £400-600
351.    A large quantity of Victorian and later skeleton clock parts £150-200
352.    A Victorian brass skeleton clock, with silvered chapter ring, single-fusee movement, with a key, on mahogany plinth, under glass dome, 13in. high £150-200
353.    A 19th century octagonal dial clock, 8in. convex, painted wood dial signed Shortsingers, Belfast, post-framed 30-hour movement, together with five various mantel clocks, as viewed
354.    Two architectural mantel clocks, each supported between Doric columns, with keys and pendulums, tallest 12.5in. - as viewed
355.    A Victorian-style skeleton clock, single-fusee movement with great wheel, enamelled chapter ring, with key and pendulum, on dark elm plinth, under heavy glass dome, 20in. high £150-200
356.    A Victorian grained rosewood wheel barometer, silvered barometer and thermometer dials, 37in. - case with later gilding and painting, together with a Barothermo-meter and a Casella humidity gauge
357.    An Art Deco two-tone marble clock set, globular dial on stepped plinth, flanked by peacocks, 23.5in., and an Art Deco pink-tinted clock set, square dial alongside electric table lamp with shade
358.    A quantity of household glassware, including sets and part-sets of drinking glasses, also to include a Duchess part teaset, other teaware and Wedgwood Blue Jasper ornaments
359.    A Bridgwood & Son earthenware dinner service, 52 pieces including pair of covered vegetable tureens, fern-type pattern with gilding, one sauce ladle a.f., and a set of six Wedgwood soup dishes on stands
360.    An assortment of drinking glassware, clear and coloured
361.    A quantity of household china and glassware
362.    A Staffordshire part teaset, 35 pieces including Grimwades The Cube pot, together with a Victorian bone china part teaset, Caithness glass vase, etc.
363.    Victorian bone china teaware, Ridgways part dinner service, Persia pattern, part teaset printed and enamelled with birds, and two glass decanters, each with stopper
364.    A small quantity of china ornaments, and three ornamental paperweights, as viewed
365.    Royal Albert, Old Country Roses, 96 pieces including dinner, coffee and teaware, wall clock and cake-stand £200-250
366.    Assorted china and glassware, including Beswick Champion Jovial Roger, large Royal Doulton character jug, Long John Silver, and four decanters, each with stopper
367.    A Royal Doulton teaset, Rose Elegans pattern, and other china
368.    A Royal Albert part teaset, Old Country Roses, 24 pieces inlcuding teapot, milk jug and sugar bowl, good-excellent - one cup lacking, and four other items
369.    A small Victorian cut glass decanter, with spire stopper, 10in. - stopper a.f., and an assortment of household china and glassware
370.    A Burleigh Ware fruit bowl, tube-lined leaf detail, signed Bennett, and other ornamental china
371.    A quantity of household glassware, including five engraved mugs and part-sets of drinking glasses
372.    A bulbous cut glass vase, open flower design, 7in., a cut glass pint mug, and two matching sets of angular spirit glasses
373.    An assortment of household china and glassware
374.    Two Bristol-type glass decanters, one blue, the other green, with embossed silver plated mounts, together with three Victorian blue wine glasses and two Victorian copper lustre jugs
375.    A large Royal Doulton character jug, The Huntsman, and a Victorian Copeland earthenware Toby jug, 8in.
376.    Two Victorian earthenware Toby jugs, including Snufftaker
377.    A Victorian Toby jug, seated character wearing blue coat and tan breeches, 9.5in. - tri-corn repaired, and two Victorian slip-cast Toby jugs, one handle re-built
378.    A Wood-type Toby jug, character wearing blue coat and yellow breeches, 9.5in., and another, similar
379.    An extensive Royal Crown Derby dinner, tea and coffee service, Derby Posies, generally 12-place setting including teapot, coffee pot and three large serving dishes, good condition £100-200
380.    Two Royal Doulton figures, Forty Winks, HN1974, The Patchwork Quilt, HN1984
381.    Five various Royal Doulton figures, including Affection, HN2236
382.    Three Royal Doulton figures, Winter, HN2088, The Wardrobe Mistress, HN2145, School Marm, HN2223 £50-70
383.    Royal Doulton, six various female figures, Balloon Seller damaged, and five dog models, bull-dog one leg repaired
384.    A small 19th century coloured glass bowl, wrythen green and vaseline colouring, unsigned, 2.75in.
385.    An oval terracotta plaque, attributed to early Wedgwood, oval-shape, relief-moulded with Bacchanalian boys and a goat, unsigned, detailed label applied verso, 12in. wide
386.    A Carter, Stabler & Adams Poole vase, brightly-painted with flowers and birds, impressed mark, 5in. high, together with a silver-mounted Doulton teapot, two Goebel figures, Noritake biscuit barrel, etc.
387.    Eight various Capo Di Monte-style figures, including seated tramp with mouth-organ, tallest 10.5in. £70-100
388.    Two Royal Doulton stoneware vases, with enamelled detail, tallest 11.5in.
389.    A Bermantofts-type earthenware garden seat, barrel-shape with moulded foliage, monochrome turquoise glaze, unsigned, 19in. high
390.    A collection of crested china models, approx. 50 total including several Hastings
391.    A glass decanter, bulbous-shape with stopper, and a pair of matching tumblers, all with crisp relief-design of branches and foliage, decanter 11.25in.
392.    A group of eight Beswick horses, including 1772 Appaloosa Stallion, 1771 Arab Bahram and second-type 1373 gloss Pinto Pony £200-250
393.    A small assortment of crested china, other ornamental china, and a WWI period novelty kaleidoscope
394.    An early 19th century Coalport serving dish, cracked, similar Derby dish, four other 19th century ceramic items and a cut glass decanter, with stopper - some damage throughout
395.    A rare boxed set of six Babycham glasses, together with a Homemaker serving dish and a Victorian copper lustre mug, latter cracked
396.    A collection of Beswick birds, thirteen total £80-120
397.    Beswick and other bird models, a quantity £100-150
398.    An 18th century wine glass, bell bowl above air-twist stem and domed foot, circa 1730, 8.5in. £80-120
399.    An 18th century delftware wall plate, painted with a wild bird and foliage in blue enamel, 16in. diameter, repaired, within wood frame, and a Chinese earthenware figure painted in sancai enamels, 11in.
400.    A 19th century painted bust, Queen Nefertiti, posed in elaborate head-dress and jewellery, 24in. high - old faults, together with pair of associated recumbent dog models, on long rectangular bases, 16in. £50-80
401.    A pair of Victorian green glass decanters, each with clear glass stopper, 9.75in., together with an ancient-style bronze vase, cast with bullocks, 5in. and one other item
402.    A Victorian vaseline glass epergne, three undulating vases with applied coloured trails, 18in. £60-80
403.    A pair of opaque, coloured glass ewers, frill rims with pink and amber colouring, 8in.
404.    Two Victorian coloured glass baskets, each with loop handle, 6in., another with amethyst frill rim and a coloured glass dish with swirl-effects £50-60
405.    Pressed lime-green glass tableware, two dishes, bottle with stopper and jug
406.    Two Victorian hand-blown glass vases, with colour-effects, trailed ornament and frill borders, tallest 10in. and three smaller, similar items £50-60
407.    A coloured glass sweetmeat dish, on silver plated stand with swing handle, 5in. high, and a pair of coloured glass posy vases, on silver plated stands
408.    Two hand-blown coloured glass baskets, each applied with coloured flowers, tallest 9.5in.
409.    A 19th century Canton-enamelled baluster vase, painted with figures and bright flowers, 13in. - cracked; converted to electric, with shade, and a large Canton cylindrical teapot with wicker handle
410.    A Japanese ivory figure, Meiji period, warrior standing upon dragon head, unsigned, 8.5in. - glue-repair at foot joint Shipping arrangements limited. Buyer beware £150-200
411.    A Japanese ivory figure, Meiji period, female carrying basket of fruit, on scroll base, unsigned, 7in. - glue-repaired £100-150
412.    A Chinese plique a jour enamel bowl, lobed circular form with translucent coloured enamels in floral design, 4in. diameter
413.    A group of three early 20th century Indian ivory carvings, two boat models and two-wheeled cart, and three other items Shipping arrangements limited. Buyer beware
414.    A pair of Imari double-gourd vases, painted in traditional colours, 7in., and a larger Japanese porcelain vase painted with figures and foliage, 17in. - repaired
415.    Beijing-school glass, an opaque green figure of Gwanyin, 10.5in.
416.    A cinnebar lacquer box, similar circular box, three various fans, two composition ornaments and a large framed cat print
417.    A Chinese porcelain figure, bearded male in formal attire, 15in. and an assortment of Eastern wood-carvings and display stands
418.    A Japanese ivory and ebony netsuke, Sambaso dancer with engraved detail, signed, 1.75in. Shipping arrangements limited. Buyer beware £500-700
419.    A pair of late 19th century Japanese porcelain vases, bulbous-shape with undulating neck rims, bodies with lacquered panels against a coloured chrysanthemum ground, 16.5in.
420.    A carved ivory elephant, 6.5in. long, carved ivory herd of five elephants, similar paper knife, pierced bone fan on stand and two other items Shipping arrangements limited. Buyer beware £50-70
421.    A 19th century eastern stand, verdigris patination, four-handled and embossed with stylised masks, 19.5in. £50-80
422.    A 19th century Chinese porcelain jardiniere, brightly-painted with foliage and insects, 11.5in. diameter
423.    An early 20th century white metal locket, with seed-pearl circumference, twin inset portrait photographs, a smaller yellow metal locket, and a pair of engraved white metal ear-drops
424.    A quantity of costume jewellery
425.    A quantity of costume jewellery, Stanley bronze compass, etc.
426.    An assortment of costume jewellery, and a Lalique-type opalescent glass novelty ink-stand in the form of a snail, unsigned
427.    An assortment of costume jewellery, including a gemstone bead necklace
428.    An assortment of costume jewellery, and a simulated pierced ivory fan
429.    A large quantity of costume jewellery
430.    An assortment of modern costume jewellery
431.    An assortment of modern costume jewellery
432.    A Strada quartz dress-watch, with inter-changeable bezels, boxed, as new
433.    A suite of white metal cameo jewellery, pendant on chain, a ring and a pair of ear-clips, carved female portrait busts £80-120
434.    A silver moonstone brooch, silver-gilt filigree shell brooch, three bar-brooches, and a quantity of costume jewellery
435.    A quantity of costume jewellery, and a brown leather Boucheron jewellery box
436.    A quantity of costume jewellery, including a large collection of ear-rings
437.    A quantity of costume jewellery, contained within Solingen blue vinyl case
438.    A quantity of costume jewellery, including a number of bead necklaces and bangles
439.    A gentleman's Tissot Seastar wristwatch, blue date-dial with baton markers, stainless steel, original Tissot leather strap with buckle, in original case £100-150
440.    A pair of 9ct. gold cuff-links, engine-turned, 3.9 grams total, in original case
441.    A gentleman's Bulova 9ct. gold wristwatch, champagne day-date dial with baton markers, black leather strap with Bulova clasp, in original box with user-guide £150-200
442.    A 9ct. gold half-hoop ring, set three diamonds and four aquamarines, claw settings, size N £50-60
443.    A 9ct. gold ring, step-cut blue stone and diamond-chip shoulders, claw settings, size P
444.    Sixteen Royal Mint proof coin sets, each within original packaging, with related receipts £250-300
445.    An amber bead necklace, 89.2 grams £700-1000
446.    A simulated amber bead necklace, and a reconstituted amber pendant, on chain
447.    A 9ct. gold half-eternity ring, set four emeralds and diamond chips, size Q £60-80
448.    A 9ct. gold ring, set diamond chips in heart-shape settings, a pair of diamond ear-rings, numerous stones within triangular setting and a 10ct. gold pendant on chain, sapphire and diamond chips in star design, fine-link chaine £100-150
449.    A 9ct. gold Mizpah brooch, and a pair of yellow metal ear-drops
450.    A 14ct. gold and seed-pearl coronet brooch, a 9ct. gold ruby and diamond-chip eternity ring, 9ct. gold and diamond-chip solitaire ring, and a Victorian tie-pin set Masonic emblem, latter a.f. £120-150
451.    A yellow and white metal bar brooch, set small diamond and sapphire, a late Victorian 15ct. gold bar brooch, Birmingham 1892, and a yellow metal amethyst and seed-pearl bar brooch £150-200
452.    A Chinese jade pendant, with incised leaf carving, on 14ct. gold mount
453.    A 9ct. gold pendant, set seed-pearls and central peridot, and a gold seed pearl and aquamarine pendant on chain £50-60
454.    An 18ct. gold engagement ring, two diamonds and central sapphire, claw settings, size N £60-80
455.    An Edward VII 18ct. gold half-hoop ring, set two diamond chips and three turquoises, size N/O
456.    An 18ct. gold pearl half-hoop ring, set five graduated stones, size L £60-80
457.    A pearl-type necklace, with 18ct. gold clasp
458.    A 9ct. gold ruby and diamond ring, and three other rings £70-80
459.    An assortment of costume jewellery, and silver plated cutlery
460.    A proof set of silver coins, 1927, five coins in fitted case, one coin lacking
Original sixth coin found since catalogue was printed.
461.    A diamond cluster ring, rosette design of eleven stones, pierced white metal shank, size M/N £150-200
462.    A quantity of costume jewellery
463.    A 9ct. gold open-face pocket watch, enamelled dial with subsidiary seconds, keyless-wind, Chester 1924, backplate hinge a.f. £200-300
464.    A 9ct. gold open-face pocket watch, enamelled dial with subsidiary seconds, keyless-wind, Birmingham 1920, complete with 9ct. gold chain with T-bar and clip, chain 12.7 grams £300-400
465.    A 9ct. gold watch-chain, with T-bar and clip, 29.4 grams £170-200
466.    A pair of 9ct. engine-turned gold cuff-links, 4.3 grams total, together with a silver watch-chain, Finland silver pendant on chain, and a folding fruit knife with silver blade
467.    A small assortment of costume jewellery, cased glass butter dish with silver server, silver royal christening spoon in case, silver plated flatware, etc.
468.    A gold ring, vacant claw-setting, and an assortment of costume jewellery
469.    An amber bead necklace, 52.6 grams; 30in. long £400-500
470.    A modern 9ct. white gold diamond engagement ring, nine central diamonds and numerous diamond chips to shoulders, claw setting, size N/O £120-150
471.    A quantity of silver plated cutlery
472.    A silver posy vase, Birmingham 1923, 6in., set of six silver coffee spoons and a quantity of silver plated ware
473.    A large quantity of silver plated cutlery, including sets and part-sets
474.    A quantity of silver plated ware, including large two-handled tray and an entree dish and cover with cast borders £50-60
475.    A pierced silver bowl, Chester 1908, and six silver serviette rings, approx. 8.5oz. total £80-100
476.    A Victorian silver plated jug, embossed in neo-classical style, plated seven-bar toast rack, oval tray, etc.
477.    An Asprey silver-mounted glass spirit decanter, hobnail-cut body with stopper, London 1983, 10.5in. £50-70
478.    A silver four-piece teaset, teapot and hot water jug with wood handles, two-handled sugar bowl and milk jug, cast borders, Sheffield 1937, approx. 49ozs. gross total £400-450
479.    An Art Deco silver three-piece coffee set, two coffee pots, each with wood handle and finial, and pedestal sugar bowl, Sheffield 1937, approx. 38oz. gross total £300-350
480.    A silver plated teaset, and other plated ware including cutlery
481.    A silver sugar bowl, on three lion-mask feet, London 1911, a George III engraved silver milk jug, London 1802, and one other silver milk jug, London 1911, approx. 18oz. total £140-180
482.    A cased silver condiment set retailed by Harrods, salt, mustard, each with blue glass liner, and pepper pot, one silver server spoon, Henry Clifford Davis, Birm. 1933, also to include a near-matching silver server spoon, in Harrods fitted case £60-80
483.    An RAF silver plated Association Football award, 1941, together with an embossed silver Hukin & Hukin fruit bowl and two plated wine coolers
484.    A novelty silver club lighter, in the form of an ancient oil lamp with serpent handle, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co., circa 1906, hallmarks rubbed £80-100
485.    A canteen of Kings-pattern silver plated cutlery, 175 pieces for a 12-place setting, contained within solid, dark oak canteen with three fitted drawers £600-800
486.    A large silver plated copper punch bowl, pedestal form with lion-mask ring handles, 12in., set of three plated dishes with bead and billet borders, early Victorian glass sugar sifter with silver mounts, 1837, plated kettle on burner stand, etc.
487.    A Chinese silver bowl, cast with birds and foliage, 4.5in. diameter, an Indian silver posy vase and two silver napkin rings £100-130
488.    A large quantity of silver plated ware
489.    A Victorian engraved silver vinaigrette by George Unite, with silver-gilt interior, Birmingham 1856 £60-80
490.    A John Pinches collection of 100 silver ingots, Greatest Cars series, in original fitted case with index album en-suite, each ingot 1.6 grams £40-60
491.    An Indian white metal dish, embossed throughout with flowers, leafage and central temple, 10in. £100-150
492.    A silver mesh evening purse, with blue stone acorn clips, and a near-matching miniature silver mesh evening purse, approx. 7oz. total, together with a silver bangle with engraved buckle detail £100-120
493.    Small silverware, including hardstone stick-pin, cheroot holder, Thai bracelet, two pearl-handled knives and forks, etc., as viewed £50-70
494.    An unusual silver-mounted glass decanter, silver mounts incorporating lock with key, 9.5in. £80-120
495.    A small silver salver, with presentation inscriptions, 1954. a Georgian Scottish silver tablespoon by John Zeigler, other silver flatware, etc., approx. 18.5oz. total £140-180
496.    Oliver Clare (1853-1927) - gouache, still life bunch of grapes, a peach and three gooseberries, signed, 6 x 9in. £500-600
497.    Oliver Clare (1853-1927) - gouache, still life gooseberries and grapes, signed, 6 x 9in £500-600
498.    •Francisco Ribera Gomez (1907-1990) - oil on canvas, half-length portrait of a young lady carrying pitcher, sculpture of worship alongside, signed and dated 1960, 36 x 28in., cream-finished wood frame with Medici Society label verso SEE ILLUSTRATION £1000-1500
499.    •Francisco Ribera Gomez (1907-1990) - oil on canvas entitled verso, 'Ivory and Bronze', romantic allegory, young semi-nude female with jug, young male negro with white flower in hair, seated beside pots, signed and dated 1949, 50 x 37in., moulded cream and gilt frame SEE ILLUSTRATION £1500-2000
500.    A. R. Bond - watercolour, panoramic landscape with sheep, signed and dated '94, 8 x 9.5in.
501.    Alfred Grahame - pair of gouache paintings, panoramic views, signed, and two prints, all framed
502.    William Hawksworth (1853-1935) - ink and watercolour, riverscape with middle-distant castle, unsigned, labelled verso, 10 x 14in.
A pen and wash cartoon artwork, The Tout, 1926, horse-related, characters include The Goodwood Auctioneer, Anthony de Rothschild, Alfred Butt and Jack Hampton, unsigned, 12.5 x 10in.
504.    Arthur Richardson - oil on canvas, child asleep within carved wood rocking cradle, signed and dated 1813, 6 x 7.5in. £120-180
505.    Oldamert - pair of oils on canvas, rain-stricken Parisienne street scenes, indistinctly signed, 16 x 20in. £100-150
506.    A, Le, Brunat - oil on canvas, a period music room with pianist, violinist and an enjoying audience, signed, 20 x 30in. £80-100
507.    Arthur Trevor Haddon (1864-1941) - oil on canvas, Venetian market with fruit-sellers, signed, 20 x 30in. £250-300
508.    H. L. Braunston - oil on canvas, moonlit Cornish coastline, signed, 20 x 30in. £50-60
509.    Evelyn Watherston - oil on canvas, still life entitled verso 'Summer's Joy', vase containing roses, signed, 20 x 16in. £100-150
510.    An indistinctly signed oil on canvas, snow-covered woods with playful foreground figures, 20 x 16in. - cleaned and re-lined
511.    F. Saliger - oil on canvas, panoramic rural view, signed, 24 x 36in. £100-150
512.    Ronald Folland (1932-1999) - oil on canvas, dusk-lit hamlet with church, signed, 18 x 48in.
513.    After Raphael - oil on card, Madonna Della Sedia, 9 x 6.5in., moulded gilt and polished wood frame £80-100
514.    Camille by Gordon King, large signed, limited edition print, other large and smaller frameless prints, etc.
515.    A Victorian watercolour ship portrait, Raby Castle, clipper in full sail, mount inscribed "The Raby Castle off the Foreland", unsigned, 10.5 x 16in.