Antiques, Furniture, Collectables and Household Effects Sale
on Tuesday 22nd May 2018

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1.      An early 20th century oak hall-stand, hinged glove-box between stick-stands with drip-tray, 2ft. 5in., and a pair of Edwardian circular mahogany occasional tables, satinwood cross-banded, tops 1ft. 6in.
2.      An early 20th century mahogany piano stool, upholstered seat above two fall-front sheet music drawers, turned legs
3.      A Georgian provincial mahogany and elm bureau, enclosed fittings above single drawer, plain square legs, 2ft. 6in. - attention needed
4.      A Victorian oak gothic hall chair, back carved and pierced with tracery and arches, solid seat above cusped apron £50-70
5.      An early 18th century oak hall cupboard, enclosed by two doors with fielded panels, iron H-hinges, single central drawer, circa 1730, 2ft. 2in. wide; 5ft. 6in. high £100-150
6.      An early 20th century dark oak roll-top desk, tambour shutter enclosing fittings, four drawers beneath, 3ft. £80-120
7.      A late Victorian satin-walnut chest, two short and two long drawers, pierced brass handles, 3ft. 5in.
8.      A Victorian walnut pedestal desk, inset vinyl top above three frieze drawers, three further drawers to each pedestal, 3ft. 10in. - attention needed
9.      A late Victorian dark beech chest, three long drawers, embossed copper handles, 3ft. - as viewed
10.     An Edwardian chest, two short and three long drawers, each satinwood cross-banded with brass swan-neck handles, 3ft. 6in. £70-80
11.     A George III mahogany and fruitwood bureau, mahogany fall-front enclosing fitted interior including sycamore cupboard and drawers, three long drawers beneath, fruitwood sides, on bracket feet, circa 1770, 3ft. 7in. - as viewed
12.     An early 18th century oak dresser base, with three drawers above shaped apron, on front turned legs, 6ft. - one front leg replaced; handles and one escutcheon replaced £250-300
13.     A gothic pine open bookcase, four fitted shelves, each end pierced with a trefoil and a cross, 2ft. 7in.
14.     A Victorian inlaid walnut side cupboard, single drawer above panelled door, inlaid with parquetry and stringing, 2ft. 1in. £80-100
15.     A mahogany spider-leg table, on turned underframe, 2ft. 3in. £80-100
16.     A Victorian walnut tripod table, quarter-veneered burr-wood top on scroll stem and legs, top 2ft. 2in. diameter £130-160
17.     A George III mahogany secretaire chest, double-drawer fall-front enclosing fitted interior, three long drawers beneath, replacement oval pressed brass handles, circa 1770, 3ft. 2in. £150-200
18.     A Victorian rosewood centre table, lobed oval top tilting upon bulbous stem and four carved outswept legs with casters, top 4ft. 9in. x 3ft. 6in. £250-300
19.     An early Victorian papier mache occasional table, lobed, oval top tilting upon turned pedestal stem, gilded top painted with flowers and inlaid with mother of pearl
20.     A Victorian walnut-framed chaise longue, upholstered in a brown buttoned dralon, on cabriole legs with casters £80-120
21.     A mahogany nest of three tables, 1ft. 6in., and a circular mahogany centre table with carved detail, 2ft. 2in.
22.     An unusual late Victorian inlaid mahogany revolving bookcase, satinwood cross-banded throughout, two-tiered and including three fitted drawers, on casters, 2ft. 10in. high, two vertical slats lacking £150-200
23.     A late Victorian oval mahogany occasional table, two-tiered and painted with floral garlands, 1ft. 7in., a carved mahogany occasional table, on carved cabriole legs, 1ft. 6in., a Chinese carved wood side table with folding action, 1ft. 7in. and a Benares engraved brass tray, 2ft. 1in. diameter, as viewed
24.     A Chippendale-period mahogany tea table, hinged, polished top supported by single fly-leg, on chamfered square legs, circa 1770, 2ft. 8in.
25.     A good Victorian-style mahogany dining table, with extra leaf, on turned and reeded legs with brass cup casters, 5ft. 2in. opening to 7ft. £120-150
26.     A set of six Hepplewhite-style mahogany dining chairs, including pair of carvers, shield-backs with carved detail, serpentine seats upholstered in a cream and burgundy brocade £60-80
27.     An Edwardian inlaid mahogany settee, two-seater upholstered in a white and green chequer fabric, inlaid back with carved detail, and a pair of drawing room single chairs with carved splats, upholstery matching settee, splats repaired £80-120
28.     A period-style overmantel, rectangular-shape with bevelled plate, in moulded gilt frame, 3ft. 8in. x 2ft. 7in.
29.     A Victorian inlaid and ebonised credenza, mounted with ormolu mouldings and corinthian capitals, arrangement of lined shelves enclosed by a pair of glazed doors, 5ft. 11in. - central door lacking £140-180
30.     A 19th century mahogany military chest, constructed in two sections, upper fall-front secretaire drawer above two short and two long drawers, flush-fitting brass handles and brass mounts throughout, 3ft. 4in. £250-300
31.     A late 17th century panelled oak coffer, front carved with fruit and flowers, strapwork frieze, 4ft. 1in. - one upper panel split; later iron carrying handles; some damp damage £80-120
32.     An early Victorian mahogany chest, two short and three long pine-lined drawers, turned wood knob handles, 3ft. 6in. - as viewed £50-60
33.     A Victorian mahogany bookcase, three shelves enclosed by a pair of mahogany-stained pine glazed doors, bracket feet, 3ft. 2in. wide
34.     An Edwardian inlaid mahogany bedroom pair, dressing table with oval bevelled mirror, 3ft. 8in., cupboard with deep drawer, 3ft. 4in.
35.     Three 19th century mahogany dining chairs, each with upholstered seat
36.     An Edwardian inlaid mahogany bedroom pair, wardrobe with fitted shelves and drawers, 4ft. 10in., millinery cupboard with three drawers, 3ft., both with stained wood marquetry panels £80-120
37.     An Edwardian inlaid mahogany display cabinet, pair of astragal-glazed doors enclosing lined interior with two fitted shelves, panelled cupboard doors beneath inlaid with stylised ovals, 3ft. 6in. wide £80-120
38.     A Victorian mahogany elbow chair, shield-back with open splat, and two Edwardian occasional tables
39.     A Victorian mahogany Pembroke table, with single frieze drawer, on spiral-twist turned legs, 3ft. 6in. - top with repaired split
40.     Small furnishings: Victorian upholstered elbow chair, two-tiered table with beadwork top, three various single chairs, brass-topped occasional table and an inlaid work table, (7)
41.     A walnut bureau, quarter-veneered fall-front enclosing fittings, three long drawers beneath, 2ft. 6in. - one leg loose
42.     A Victorian walnut drawing room elbow chair, with spindle-turned frame, upholstered in a green brocade, and a Victorian armchair, upholstered in a buttoned green dralon
43.     A walnut Pembroke table, on turned oak legs, a set of three Victorian balloon-back dining chairs, and two mahogany occasional tables
44.     An Edwardian inlaid mahogany corner cabinet, floor-standing, unusual astragal-glazed door enclosing two glass shelves, cupboard base, on splay-bracket feet, 6ft. 7in. high £100-150
45.     An Edwardian mahogany Sutherland table, on 'spider-leg' turned underframe, 2ft. 3in.
46.     A late 18th century mahogany Pembroke table, with single frieze drawers and mock opposing drawer, square tapering legs with brass casters, circa 1780, 2ft. 9in.
47.     A George III mahogany elbow chair, with rope-twist back and green dralon seat, circa 1800, and a Victorian mahogany bedside cupboard with undertier
48.     A late Victorian dark mahogany hanging corner cabinet, with blind-fret carved detail, enclosed by single astragal-glazed door, 3ft. high
49.     A George III mahogany bureau, fall-front with incised border, fitted interior consists of eight pigeon-holes and seven short drawers, four graduated, oak-lined drawers beneath, bracket feet, circa 1770, 3ft. 4in.
50.      A French reproduction vitrine, ormolu-mounted kingwood with inlaid detail, serpentine-front with lined interior enclosed by single glass door, two serpentine drawers beneath, 2ft. 10in. wide £150-200
51.     A French reproduction ormolu-mounted mahogany Bonheur du Jour, cupboard doors with oval painted panels, serpentine-fronted base with leather-lined writing drawer, 2ft. 6in. wide £100-150
52.     A French reproduction kidney-shape occasional table, ormolu-mounted mahogany with inlaid detail, marble top above mahogany undertier, 1ft. 5in. £50-70
53.     A pair of heavy moulded concrete lion models, each recumbent on plinth, plinths 26 x 11in. £100-150
54.     A French solid walnut-framed bedroom chair, upholstered in a green and cream striped fabric, on front cabriole legs
55.     A late George III mahogany Pembroke table, single frieze drawer with lion-mask brass knob handles, mock opposing drawer, on turned, tapering legs with casters, 2ft. 6in.
56.     An early 20th century mahogany lady's bureau, quarter-veneered fall-front enclosing fittings, three drawers beneath, claw and ball feet, 2ft.
57.     A Chippendale-period mahogany tea table, rectangular with hinged top, on plain square legs, circa 1770, 3ft. £60-80
58.     A small Jacobean-style dark oak chest, two short and two long drawers with carved detail, guilloche stiles, turned underframe, 2ft. £60-80
59.     A late 17th century oak bridal chest, panelled construction with boarded top, frontage elaborately carved with stylised leafage and scrolls, top-rail inlaid with initials IDE, single long drawer beneath, circa 1670, 4ft. 1in. - top faulty £150-200
60.     A Victorian burr walnut occasional table, hinged top enclosing lined interior, bulbous-turned stem and carved tripod base, on casters, 1ft. 5in. diameter - hinge a.f. £80-120
61.     A pair of early 19th century mahogany dining chairs, with rope-twist backs and drop-in seats, front sabre legs, one chair loose joints
62.     A pair of Victorian walnut dining chairs, with pierced splats and pink brocade seats, front turned legs
62A.    A Victorian walnut clerk's desk
63.     A Victorian mahogany bureau, stepped interior with central cupboard and columnar document drawers, four long graduated drawers beneath, pierced brass handles, bracket feet, 2ft. 9in. £50-80
64.     A Chippendale-style mahogany wall mirror, fret-carved cresting and inlaid batswing oval, bevelled plate, 1ft. 10in., together with a watercolour, girl walking a rural path, and a colour print

65.     An early Victorian mahogany dining table, rectangular with two extra leaves and winding crank handle, on reeded, tapering legs with casters, 4ft. 8in. opening to 6ft. 4in. £300-400
66.     An Edwardian inlaid mahogany drawing room suite by S & H Jewell, Holborn, two-seater settee, pair of elbow chairs, set of four single chairs and a pair of nursing chairs, frames brightly inlaid with musical instruments and leaf-scrolls against inset rosewood grounds, all upholstered in bright cream brocade, on casters, embossed oval maker's labels (9) £300-400
67.     An Edwardian inlaid mahogany display cabinet, lined interior with two shelves enclosed by single leaded glass door, 2ft. £50-70
68.     A late Victorian mahogany bookcase, pair of leaded glass doors enclosing three adjustable shelves, panelled cupboard base, on bun feet, 3ft. 10in. wide £80-120
69.     Georgian-style mahogany library steps, composed of three treads and reeded columns
70.     A late Victorian serpentine-shaped mahogany occasional table, with undertier, on carved cabriole legs, and two other Victorian occasional tables
71.     A mid-Victorian light oak side table, rectangular, pollarded top on fluted and tapering end-supports, similar stretcher, on casters, circa 1870, 3ft. 6in. £100-150
72.     Two pairs of Arts & Crafts chairs, circular-back elbow chairs with oval seats, single chairs with splat-backs, gold dralon seating, clean
73.     A Victorian mahogany envelope card table, square top enclosing baize lining with dished wells, single frieze drawer, square tapering legs with casters, the whole inlaid with brass beading and stringing £200-300
74.     A Victorian inlaid rosewood writing table, ormolu-mounted over-shelf with four short drawers and central mirror, inset gilt-tooled leather top above three frieze drawers, all drawer-fronts inlaid with leaf-scrolls in sycamore and holly, square tapering legs, 3ft. 4in. SEE ILLUSTRATION £200-300
75.     A Victorian mahogany hall chair, pierced splat with flower cresting, serpentine-seat on cabriole legs, together with a Victorian mahogany tilt-top tripod table, 1ft. 9in., upholstered elbow chair and an oak three-tier trolley £50-70
76.     A 19th century French mahogany commode, Louis Philippe-period, grey-veined marble top above ovolo frieze drawer, four further drawers beneath, all flame-veneered, circa 1840, 4ft. 3in. £250-300
77.     A late Georgian mahogany chest, inlaid frieze above two short and three long pine-lined drawers, ivory lozenge escutcheons, oval, pressed brass handles, 4ft. 7in. wide £100-150
78.     A late Victorian rosewood music cabinet, enclosed by single glazed and mirrored door, on casters, 1ft. 10in., and a pair of late Victorian dining chairs with carved splats, vinyl-covered seats, as viewed
79.     A large, early 20th century elm centre table, five-plank top with cleated ends, 6ft. 10in. x 2ft. 6in. - two stretchers lacking £60-80
80.     A set of eight Chippendale-style mahogany dining chairs, including pair of carvers, with interlaced splats and drop-in gold fabric seats £60-80
81.     A French 18th century-style armchair, medium beech frame carved with flowers and leaf-scrolls, upholstered in a beige fabric, on four carved cabriole legs
82.     A walnut veneered piano stool, panelled construction with hinged upholstered seat enclosing partitioned interior, carved claw and ball feet
83.     A Victorian-style mahogany hall table, half-round with elaborately carved detail, on double-scroll legs, 3ft.
84.     Small Edwardian furnishings: Edwards & Roberts inlaid mahogany elbow chair, octagonal walnut occasional table, corner-fitting walnut table and an inlaid mahogany drawing-room single chair, also to include an oak corner unit and a walnut folding dressing mirror (6)
85.     Two Georgian-style fret-carved mirrors, one yew, the other burr walnut, each with inlaid detail and bevelled plates, 3ft. high
86.     A reproduction mahogany library bookcase in George III-style, upper stage with nine adjustable shelves enclosed by three astragal-glazed doors, panelled cupboard base with three drawers, the whole satinwood-cross-banded, brass swan-neck handles, 6ft. wide; 7ft. 6in. high £100-200
87.     A period-style office armchair, upholstered in a buttoned green hide, mahogany frame with stretchers
88.     A late Victorian walnut drawing room armchair, upholstered in a claret floral dralon, frame with carved, pierced and turned detail
89.     An early 20th century walnut, grained walnut and parcel-gilt bergere suite, three-seater settee, armchair and a pair of elbow chairs, single-caned, on cabriole legs with shell knees, settee canework holed; armchairs canework seats damaged; upholstery and cushions soiled £100-150
90.     A burr walnut and parcel-gilt card table, half-round form with enclosed baize lining, on cabriole legs with carved shell knees, 2ft. 9in.
91.     An 18th century oak corner cupboard, single panelled door enclosing three fitted shelves, 3ft. 6in. high - door panel split
92.     An early 20th century mahogany three-tiered whatnot, 1ft. 7in. and a similar side table with slatted underframe, 2ft. 3in.
93.     A mid 17th century-style oak side table, rectangular top with single frieze drawer, on turned, tapering legs with H-stretchers, 4ft. 6in. £80-100
94.     A small Victorian mahogany occasional table, circular top on carved tripod base, 1ft. 5in., a larger similar table, 2ft. - modified, and an early Victorian mahogany and beech tilt-top tripod table, as viewed
95.     A 17th century-style oak side table, rectangular with single frieze drawer, turned underframe, 2ft. 9in. £50-70
96.     A Chippendale provincial mahogany drop-leaf table, with single drawer, unusual braced undertier, circa 1770, 2ft. 6in.
97.     A Victorian walnut two-tiered Sutherland table, 2ft., and a Victorian rosewood work table, octagonal top enclosing fittings, carved tripod base, as viewed
98.     A small Victorian chaise longue, on turned legs with casters, upholstery as viewed
99.     A small 18th century-style oak dresser, twin-shelf plate rack with shaped pediment, two-drawer base, on front cabriole legs, 3ft. 6in. wide £80-120
100.    An early 20th century mahogany dining table, wind-action with extra leaf, on cabriole legs with claw and ball feet, on casters, 4ft. 4in. opening to 5ft. 10in.
101.    A late Victorian Flemish-style carved oak hall stand, fitted with coat-hooks, bevelled mirror, glove-drawer and stick-stands with drip-trays, 7ft. 2in. high £80-120
102.    A padouk Carlton House desk, arrangement of seven drawers with brass line inlay, three further frieze drawers, square tapering legs, 3ft. 10in. £100-150
103.    A pine blanket chest, interior with hinged candle-box enclosed by four-plank domed cover, iron carrying handles, 3ft.
104.    An 18th century 8-day longcase clock, 12in. arched brass dial signed JNO. Holt, Titchfield, matted dial centre with subsidiary seconds and date aperture, oak case with domed trunk door, with pendulum and weights, 7ft. 2in. high £500-700
104A.   A modern period-style oak longcase clock, by Interclock, Belgium, arched brass dial with moon-phases and subsidiary seconds, chiming movement, bevelled glass trunk door enclosing pendulum and three weights, with key, 7ft. 1in. high £150-200
105.    A George III oak 8-day longcase clock, 14in. square painted dial signed P. Wood, Cheetham Bradbury, dial featuring moon-phases and subsidiary seconds, cross-banded case with fluted quarter-columns, with key, pendulum and weights, 6ft. 8in. high - dial with some re-painting to numerals £150-200
106.    A George III 8-day longcase clock, 12in. square brass dial signed Thos. Haden, Dudley, matted dial centre featuring subsidiary seconds and date aperture, cross-banded oak case with fluted quarter-columns, with key, pendulum and weights, 6ft. 10in. high £1000-1500
107.    An unusual early electric longcase clock, 8in. traditional square brass dial, mahogany case "Made from Cabin Doors of Yacht Sunbeam, 1874-1929, which Circumnavigated the World Thrice", 5ft. 7in. high £70-80
108.    A mahogany dwarf bookcase, inset vinyl top above single drawer, claw and ball feet, 2ft., and an electric floor lamp with carved and reeded stem
109.    A set of four Windsor stick-back kitchen chairs, another, similar, dark oak cake-stand, mahogany wine table and a green-sprayed soiled linen basket (8)
110.    A solid, dark oak drop-leaf dining table, on plain square legs, 3ft. 6in.
111.    A period-style mahogany coffee table, quarter-veneered top and single frieze drawer, 2ft. 4in. and a Silver Reed AX133 MD electronic typewriter, in original packaging with instruction manual
112.    Two modern wrought metal floor-lamp uplighters, with glass shades
113.    A late Victorian inlaid mahogany bedroom chair, a cane-backed elbow chair and a stool, all with matching machine tapestry seats
114.    An inlaid mahogany corner cabinet, floor-standing with astragal-glazed upper stage, 5ft. 10in., and a similar bookcase, enclosed by a pair of astragal-glazed doors, 3ft. 4in. high
115.    A Sealey 3kw industrial fan heater, and a Delonghi Calor gas heater with gas bottle
116.    A modern light oak student's desk unit, rising upper door enclosing space for computer storage, cupboard base with single drawer, 4ft. 2in. wide
117.    A burr walnut bureau, enclosed fittings above two serpentine-fronted drawers, 2ft. 6in., together with a pine open bookcase, 2ft. 2in. and a mahogany piano stool with upholstered hinged seat
118.    A solid, dark oak dressing chest, adjustable mirror above three long drawers, 3ft. 6in., and a rectangular dark oak coffee table, 2ft. 6in., also to include a solid oak drop-leaf coffee table
119.    A dark oak hall stand, fitted with oval bevelled mirror, coat racks, stick-stands with drip-trays and panelled box seat, 6ft. high
120.    An oak drop-leaf table, on barley-twist legs, two oak plant stands and a bow-fronted mahogany chest of four drawers
121.    A solid, dark oak dresser, twin-shelf plate rack above panelled cupboard base with two drawers, 3ft. 1in., and an oak shelf-unit with single cupboard, 2ft. 11in.
122.    A medium oak coffee table, on bulbous, end-supports, 4ft. 4in., together with a Jaycee music cabinet and a pair of period-style dining chairs with drop-in seats
123.    An Ercol medium elm oval coffee table, 3ft.
124.    A mahogany nest of three tables, on carved cabriole legs, and a similar coffee table
125.    A medium oak refectory-type dining table, on carved bulbous-end supports with stretcher, top 5ft. x 2ft. 9in. £80-120
126.    A reproduction mahogany pedestal desk, inset gilt-tooled leather top above three frieze drawers, further drawers to each pedestal, 4ft.
127.    An Ercol light elm sideboard, with raised, glazed cabinets, cupboard base with three drawers, 5ft. 1in. wide, together with an Ercol Windsor stick-back elbow chair with four loose cushions, also to include a pale green buttoned dralon ottoman £60-80
128.    A Victorian serpentine-fronted mahogany commode, with sliding foot-rest and inset gilt-tooled leather, together with an engraved Benares table-top, on folding wood base
129.    An early 20th century brass fireguard, with sixteen inset bevelled glass plates, 2ft. wide, an ebonised wood fireguard, Victorian circular turned walnut piano stool with revolving upholstered seat, and a circular embossed brass dish
130.    An Arts & Crafts solid oak stool, five other wood stools, cast brass figural stick-stand, Connecticut shelf clock and one other similar mantel clock (9)
131.    A dark oak-veneered hall wardrobe, canted form with full-length panelled door, 2ft. 6in. wide
132.    A pair of good quality burr walnut bedside cupboards, each with open recess above panelled door, carved cabriole feet, 1ft. 3in.
133.    A reproduction floor-standing yew corner cabinet, upper stage with mirrored interior, cupboard base, 5ft. 11in.
134.    A mahogany bureau, fall-front enclosing fittings, two drawers above two panelled cupboard doors, 3ft. 1in.
135.    A reproduction yew-veneered chest, cross-banded top above four long drawers, bracket feet, 2ft. 9in.
136.    A reproduction yew-veneered chest, cross-banded top above four long drawers, bracket feet, 2ft. 9in.
137.    A reproduction faded yew octagonal table, cross-banded top with four frieze drawers, tripod base, 1ft. 11in., and a reproduction yew-veneered sofa table, inset leather top above two frieze drawers, 3ft. 1in.
138.    A pair of chinoiserie furnishings, cupboard enclosed by single door, and a wall mirror, each painted with bright flowers against a gilt and black ground
139.    A group of five Windsor wheel-back dining chairs, ash, elm and beech, and one other stick-back kitchen chair
140.    A reproduction mahogany side table, with two frieze drawers, 3ft. 6in., and a similar three-division Canterbury with single drawer
141.    A reproduction yew-veneered sofa table, with two drawers, 3ft. 1in., and two reproduction occasional tables
142.    A middle-eastern blanket chest, with engraved brass and iron mounts, 3ft. 4in. and a turned wood stool with petit-point needlework cover
143.    A pair of bedroom armchairs, octagonal-shape upholstered in a pale gold fabric, on casters, together with an oak-framed elbow chair and a wicker kitchen chair
144.    Two synthetic bamboo plants, each within blue-painted jardiniere
145.    Six various framed wall mirrors, all with oval mirror plates
146.    Two rectangular framed wall mirrors, and an arched mahogany-framed robing mirror
147.    An early 20th century wrought iron floor lamp, with telescopic stem, a Benares brass table, on folding barley-twist underframe, and a large Benares brass table-top, 2ft. 6in. also to include an Eastern wool rug with lozenge design against a blue field, 7ft. 6in. x 5ft. 2in.
148.    An unusual ship's wheel coffee table, turned ash, circular revolving top, 2ft. 5in. diameter
149.    A Chinese wool carpet, bright floral designs against a sea-green ground, cream borders, 12ft. x 9ft.
150.    Two Eastern tekke rugs, predominantly in red and black, and two other Eastern wool rugs
151.    Two guitars, Brazilian Di Giorgio, Italian Model KD 28
152.    An Encore electric guitar, in a canvas case, and three accessories
153.    A Rotwerk twin-blade sharpener, Black & Decker power-drill, mitre-saw and a spirit level
154.    A pair of early 18th century brass candlesticks, knopped stems and petal bases, 6.5in., a miniature wrought iron easel, 12in., Victorian pewter inkwell and a pair of Victorian brass candlesticks; also to include silver plated items
155.    A laminated wood aircraft propeller, dated Jan.'30, impressed names, Hermes and Avian, 22in. span - reduced
156.    Assorted domestic items, boxed Falcon telescope, other tools, cameras, Victorian silver-mounted malacca walking stick, Victorian Rowney artist's box, etc., as viewed
157.    Small collectables, pen-knives, fountain pen, chemist bottles, wristwatches, cigarette cards, etc. £50-60
158.    A Victorian writer's compendium, red leather-covered case containing inkwell, brush, roller-blotter and candle, interior with engraved detail, 4.75in.
159.    A Multo desk-top adding machine, a Maxitone portable gramophone and a cased gas mask
160.    A brass ceiling light, three double-scroll branches, each with opaque white glass shade
161.    A set of three colour prints after S. Prout, continental city centres, together with two cat portrait prints and a framed pine mirror with bevelled plate
162.    A 17th century map by John Speede, Chester, engraving with hand-coloured detail, reverse with descriptions of Chester, in pine frame, 23 x 29in. £60-80
163.    A Victorian scrap album, cutlery including silver-handled pickle fork, revolving globe, stuffed buzzard, etc.
163A.   Wall lights
164.    After Crispian de Pas - hand-coloured engraving, named cavaliers, together with an unusual embroidered engraving, Madame de Maintenon, a further hand-coloured engraving, Louis Le Grand Roy de France, and an engraved portrait bust, Gilles Bourdin, all in moulded gilt frames £50-60
164A.   A Staunton-pattern chess set, with inlaid board, together with a large carved wood lion model, 22in., miniature chest of nine short drawers, simulated ivory figure of a young female with parisol, 14in., etc.
164B.   A brass and enamel icon, seated St. John, 5.75in. high, and another, Russian Orthodox, similar, 4in. square
£70-100
165.    A brass and glass chandelier, six electric branches issuing from tubular stem, globular glass pendants above and below
166.    A J. S. Fry & Sons Ltd. chocolates display cabinet, ebonised with gilt lettering, fitted two plate glass shelves and sliding rear glass doors, circa 1930, 28in. wide, and a Fry's Cocoa blue enamel sign, 12x36in. - latter with faults £150-200
166A.   A Player's' Weights' Cigarettes, an advertising sign in black metal frame, 30in. wide and another, The 'Rajah' Cigar, within oak frame, 26in.
167.    Three large colour-printed artworks, including W. Hannum Rolling Coastal Lands, and day/night panoramic views across Hong Kong harbour, (6)
168.    Two Goldair ceiling mounted heat and light combination units, good and boxed
169.    A National cast brass shop-keeper's till, No. 1510155, also to include a wood shop till with paper roll and single cash drawer £100-200
170.    A Bradwell's Dairy Ice Cream advertising milk churn, two-handled aluminium with colour-printed decal, 30in. high £50-70
171.    An early 20th century Cadbury's plate glass advertising sign, 26 x 20in.
172.    A terraced cottage model, timber-framed with pitched, tiled roof, 32in. wide
173.    
174.    Brighton Theatre (Royal), painted model, 32in. wide
175.    The Central Hotel, Worthing, 30in. wide
176.    Omega Cottage, Ann Street, Worthing, 26in. wide SEE ILLUSTRATION
177.    House frontage at Brighton Road, Worthing, 20in.
178.    Heene Baths, Worthing, 42in. wide
179.    Court Picture Palace, formerly The Wright Music Hall, 26in. wide
180.    The Grand Victorian Hotel, Station Approach, Worthing, 29in. wide
181.    The Bluebell Railway, Kingscote Station, 42in.
182.    A group of miscellaneous tobacco advertising posters, ten total, brands include Player's and Will's, as viewed
183.    Four enamel advertising signs, including Daily Telegraph, 1d, and a printed Borough of Brighton Parliamentary Election poster, 1889, frameless
184.    A collection of vintage confectioners' tins, as viewed
185.    A Restraphone upright gramophone, in dark oak case, and a quantity of 78 rpm records
185A.   Railway memorabilia consisting of vintage publications and tape cassettes

186.    A crocodile-skin attache case, royal commemorative brass casket, 1897, Victorian lignum vitae string dispenser and other items
187.    A middle-eastern lacquer box, circular-shape enclosing two similar trays, with cover, 9in. diameter, a pair of painted papier mache jars, with covers, 9in. and three other similar items, also to include an assortment of ornamental china and two glass paperweights
188.    Jacques Antoine Theodore Coinchon (French, 1814-81) - bronze figure, Pipes of Pan, nut-brown patination, cast signature and date 1858, 34.5in. - one pipe detached. £1000-1500
189.    A 19th century dagger, within .800 silver-mounted leather sheath, replica flintlock pistol, silver plated ware, moulded Art Deco figure of a girl, etc., as viewed
190.    Various framed pictures and ornaments
191.    A 19th century Coalbrookdale cast bronze Marley Horse, with male attendant, cast marks, 10.5in. - converted to electric table lamp SEE ILLUSTRATION
192.    An ornate ormolu twin-light table lamp, central owl perched upon oak brances with acorns, ebonised square base, with glass shades, 21in. £100-150
193.    A large quantity of miscellaneous photographs, some within albums
194.    The Imperial Croquet Set, in original fitted pine case, as viewed
195.    Carpentry tools, contained within fitted tool case
196.    Metalware including wall sconces, bayonet, novelty carved wood ashtray, also to include household ceramics and glass
197.    A rare early Worthing print, view overlooking Montague Place, 2.5 x 4.5in., other Worthing prints and photographs, watercolour of Findon Church, signed W. Haworth, etc., all framed
198.    A 19th century walnut mantel clock, enamelled dial and bell-striking movement, with key and pendulum, 9.5in. wide, together with a boxed Lusitania medallion, Victorian brass oil lamp, etc.
199.    A late 19th century miniature on ivory, tower and ancient ruins, 2.5in. oval, crested gilt frame Shipping arrangements limited. Buyer beware
200.    A small French brass carriage timepiece, pair of wall-hanging beech corner cabinets, 13in. high, five various oil lamps, walnut and parquetry box, etc.
201.    An early 20th century turned and pierced bone reversible pen-pencil, a multi-purpose bone 6in. folding rule, three further writing implements and a glass inkwell with hinged cover
202.    Automobilia: Parachute Regiment badge, two further car badges, two BBC motorist's manuals, etc.
203.    Automobilia: BARC car badge, two other car badges, Smiths timepiece, goggles and gauntlets, printed publications, etc.
204.    An horn-handled ebony walking stick 40in. £180-220
205.    A collection of alcoholic miniatures
206.    A left-handed Traveler Guitar, ultra-light model, six-stringed, in canvas case with manual, near-excellent
207.    A Brexton picnic set, in case, one flask replaced, and two portable Minibars, also to include two shooting sticks
208.    Leather-working kit, numerous tools, accessories and colourants
209.    A 19th century French gilt-brass circular box, hinged cover inset with a Limoges enamel on copper portrait roundel, young female in profile, monogrammed F M, box elaborately cast with flowers and leafage in crisp relief, 8in. diameter £100-150
210.    A Victorian brass-mounted walnut writing box, with enclosed slope and fittings, 18in., together with a Victorian black slate mantel timepiece, with key and pendulum, 9in., and a framed map, Westmoreland
211.    An early 19th century coloured engraving, Otter Hunting, after Reinagle, 14 x 21in., light oak frame
212.    A group of eleven Chinese paintings on rice paper, all figures in brightly-coloured costume, and a Victorian/Edwardian portrait photograph, young female, in frame with coloured silkwork mount
213.    A Short & Mason Stormoguide, two silver-mounted walking sticks, unusual group of six portrait stamps, miniature lantern clock, postcards, coins, etc.
214.    A Victorian burr yew box, 11.75in., two Victorian rosewood boxes, precision weighing balance in glazed case, brass fireside accessories, etc.
215.    Miller's Tomb, Highdown, Worthing, three framed engravings in memory of John Oliver, Miller
216.    Two Victorian copper coal storage buckets, each with brass lion-mask ring handles and claw feet, largest 19in. diameter
217.    An extendable brass fire-curb, a Victorian brass four-piece fireside tool set, and a cast iron stick-stand with various walking sticks
218.    A gold-mounted ebony walking stick, with two 9ct. gold mounts, and two silver-mounted walking sticks
219.    Fireside copper, including large covered coal bucket, also to include a painted metal cabin trunk, (6)
220.    After Louis Wain - pen and wash comic sketch, bearing signature, and six further framed Louis Wain comic illustrations
221.    Four 19th century framed maps, Brighton, Sussex, Kent, Cheshire
222.    A collection of 89 boxed pianola rolls
223.    Hawker Siddeley Dynamics Ltd. - ESRO II satelite project management history in photographs, 1965-66, collection of named photographs, largely black and white, contained within two ESRO II project albums
Footnote: complete history of pioneer satelite development £100-200
224.    A Victorian Diabolo amusement, turned boxwood objective and two tapering wands, some damage to objective
225.    Six bottles of Italian wine, including Meline Chianti Classico, 1.750ml, 1973
226.    Ganjifa playing cards, (Indian) - 107 total, circular papier mache cards, in original painted wood box, box cover lacking £100-200
227.    Miscellaneous domestic items, carved wood porch lantern, other light fittings, postal scale, framed pictures, etc.
228.    An early Dunhill table lighter, silver plate with engine-turned detail, 4in. high £50-70
229.    Three oval portrait miniatures, two males, one female, one initialled L. P. £50-70
230.    Four portrait miniatures, each a female, two initialled L. P. £50-70
231.    Three rectangular portrait miniatures, each a female, one signed L. Parker, the others initialled L. P. £70-100
232.    A rectangular portrait miniature, attractive young female in Victorian mahogany and moulded gilt frame, and two other female portrait miniatures £60-80
233.    Three rectangular portrait miniatures, attributed to L. Parker and two other framed miniature paintings £50-70
234.    Two Victorian silhouettes, male and female portrait busts in profile, one frameless, together with an Egyptian ushabti, 3in., large paste solitaire ring on silver shank, etc. £50-70
235.    WITHDRAWN FROM SALE A sawfish bill, 44in.
236.    Miscellaneous domestic items, plate on copper matchbox holder, other plated ware, etc.
237.    An early 20th century artist's easel, and four later easels
238.    A 17th century bronze cauldron, with angular twin handles, three cast feet, 13.5in. diameter £100-150
239.    Two Victorian walnut jewellery boxes, and other later miscellaneous boxes
240.    A small 19th century oil portrait, half-length female, two large framed oil paintings, other framed pictures and a framed oval mirror
241.    A collection of miscellaneous boxes, including brass-inlaid
242.    An aneroid barometer, on circular oak mount, rectangular floral printed mirror, silver plated cutlery, etc.
243.    An assortment of regimental cap badges, large meerschaum pipe, Throwing Knife, Spong Patent Slicer, fountain pens, etc.
244.    A 19th century middle-eastern wood-carving, set of four signed etchings by E. Cherry, other pictures, horn-handled walking cane, reduced, knobkerrie, oak wheel barometer, etc.
245.    A large broad sword, 26.5in. curved blade stamped Stainless, Pakistan, leather grip, within leather sheath, blade extremely sharp £50-70
246.    An Argentine dress sword, 30.5in. curved, single-edged blade etched with script, 'Sean eternos los laurels' , cast metal hilt, within black-painted metal sheath £100-150
247.    A Victorian cavalry sword, 34in. curved, single-edged blade, pierced and engraved hilt with shagreen grip, within leather sheath £100-130
248.    A large lithographic boar target, black monochrome, in moulded wood frame, 30 x 56in.
249.    A contemporary Italian designer lamp, with opaque perspex shade, 28in. high, and a plastic model aircraft carrier, Challenger, with battery motor
250.    A Republic of China lithographic poster, Chairman Mao, dated 1967, together with a Russian (CCCP) printed metal sign, rusted, and three framed advertising posters, Eagle Star and Moosehead, as viewed
251.    An Inuit/Eskimo carving, believed to be whale-bone, polar bear in pursuit of a seal, indistinctly signed underside, 5.5in. £100-150
252.    A cased white metal jambiya, elaborately decorated, frame 22 x 19in. £250-300
253.    A Russian balalika, label applied within, together with a black vinyl-cased Decca gramophone, and two books, as viewed
254.    An early Victorian Leuchars burr walnut stationery casket and matching blotter, each with cusped gilt-brass mounts and inset blue jasper ceramic mounts, circa 1840 £150-200
255.    An Edwardian optician's trial lens set, one disc lacking only, in leather-covered case with bevelled glass hinged cover £100-150
256.    An early Victorian oval ivory box, cover inset with a female portrait miniature, 3.5in. Shipping arrangements limited. Buyer beware £80-100
257.    A cold-painted spelter owl, perched upon an open book, head hinged, unsigned, 4.5in. £100-150
258.    Militaria, including cap badges, brass bugle, four medals, etc.
259.    An assortment of 19th century ivory chess-men, and various puzzle-balls, some damage throughout. Shipping arrangements limited. Buyer beware
260.    A late 19th century ivory chess set, red-stained and natural, Kings 3.25in. - one rook some damage, contained within Victorian mahogany tea caddy. Shipping arrangements limited. Buyer beware £100-150
261.    A framed film poster, Clockwork Orange, with three black and white photographs inset alongside
262.    A pair of 19th century serpentine candlesticks, with spiral-twist cylindrical columns, 12in. - one repaired £50-60
263.    Three 18th century hand-coloured engravings, each with contemporary title attached verso, together with a Victorian watercolour, young family with pets, and an early 19th century coaching print, all framed
264.    A cased Volt trumpet, a British military trumpet, some dents, and a ukelele
265.    Nine various African wood-carvings, including a mask club, 24in. and a walking cane
266.    A collection of militaria, including Third Reich, numerous cap badges and buttons £120-150
267.    Miscellaneous collectables, pens including boxed Conway Stewart, coin cases, two carved wood stands, etc.
268.    A 19th century Islamic goblet, with engraved and coloured detail, 10.5in. - reputedly excavated at Greenford, Middlesex, and four further Islamic embossed copper items £100-150
269.    An assortment of Victorian and later metalware, including pewter measures and tapering copper jug
270.    Various cameras and lenses, mahogany box, chip-carved book-rack, etc. £50-60
271.    A 19th century Swiss carved walnut wall plate, Tells Kopelle, centre oil-painted with a panoramic lake view, border crisply-carved with flowers and title, 16.5in.
272.    A 19th century cast lead lion-mask, 5in.
273.    A Victorian walnut vanity case, interior includes fitted tray, spring-loaded drawer beneath, 12in., two further wood boxes, two Victorain papier mache boxes, Shove Ha'penny board, etc. £50-70
274.    A quantity of framed paintings and prints
275.    A white moulded composition garden figure, female carrying basket of fruit, 3ft. 5in. - square base damaged, and a smaller simulated lead garden figure, female with urn, 28in.
276.    A quantity of ornamental table lamps, each with shade, and an ornamental white moulded composition lion model
277.    Four ornamental flintlock pistols, Victorian brass oil lamp with cranberry glass shade, ceramic pots and foot-bath, etc.
278.    An early Victorian Royal firemark, embossed copper with coronet surmount, 11in. high
279.    Vanity Fair, collection of prints including proofs, subjects comprising military, musical, legal, clergy, sporting, Queen Victorian and Thomas Hardy, approx. 85 total £80-120
280.    A large quantity of printed illustrations, subjects include Doctor Syntax, caricatures, period costume, Sussex topographical, transport, etc., approx. 255 total
281.    Frameless prints, Oxford and Cambridge colleges, 27 total
282.    A collection of frameless prints, largely UK topographical, 18th century and later
283.    Frameless prints, including chromolithographs from Record of Old London, Vanished and Vanishing
284.    A Grundig Yacht Boy transistor radio, with mains lead, and a Roberts Revival transistor radio
285.    Two WWI medals, to 47123 Pte. F. L. Infoot, R. Fus., a Faithful Service medal, eight various fountain pens, etc.
286.    A Victorian inlaid mahogany box, Victorian mahogany tea caddy, olive wood easel, truncheon, silver plated ware, etc., as viewed
287.    Two pairs of brass coaching lamps, with wall-mount fittings
288.    A chromolithographic advertising poster, Nasmint, after Joan Collette, 18 x 13in., now in black wood frame
289.    African and other wood carvings, including rectangular plaque with numerous figures in bold relief, 24in. wide, and five revolving book-end globes
290.    A cello with bow, in black vinyl case, with Cello Time Joggers Book 1 and CD, and Hidersine 3C Cello Rosin £70-100
291.    A silver-mounted walking cane, and three other walking aids
292.    Two framed regimental needlework arms, Royal Horse Artillery, Australian Commonwealth Military Forces
293.    An enamel Bus Stop sign, Burnham, London, indicating five routes, 27 x 18in.
294.    Fifth Avenue Wine Cocktail, Green Goddess, producer Empire Wines, Rotherham, in angular bottle, circa 1950
295.    A concertina by C. Jeffries, 23 Prade St., London, fifteen notes to each pierced metal end, leather bellows with embossed and gilded detail, in original leather case SEE ILLUSTRATION £300-400
296.    A Sirram cased picnic set, largely complete, together with an assortment of cutlery, including sets and part-sets, three various dressing table sets, and a Lloyd Loom gold-sprayed linen basket
297.    A meerschaum pipe, bowl inset within a carved dragon paw with claws, engraved white metal mount and amber mouth-piece, 8.25in., in original fitted leather case £60-80
298.    A leather attache case, various cameras, binoculars, pair of 1930's oak photograph frames, postcards, etc.
299.    An unusual 19th century tole water-well, green-painted with operating pump and pail, 5.5in., together with a child's ladder amusement, in original box, a Sholars Complete Writing Set, and a child's Nestle's Picture Stamp Album
300.    Toys and games, including Hornby and other trains, Totopoly and Tiddley Winks, as viewed
301.    A large Armand Marseille bisque doll, with sleeping eyes and open mouth, jointed, bent-limb composition body, 24in. - one tooth lacking, seated upon pale blue-sprayed wicker armchair
302.    Jig-saw puzzles and board-games, in original boxes, as viewed
302A.   Three various mirrors, all framed
303.    An early 20th century scratch-built tinplate steamship, Felland, black hull, red beneath the waterline, single propeller with operating rudder, deck details include twin-masts and lifeboats with davits, circa 1920, on pine stand, 41in. - as viewed
304.    An early 20th century model coastal freighter, black hull, red beneath the waterline, features include operating rudder, planked deck and single steam funnel, circa 1920, 30in. £50-70
305.    A Stevens Model Dockyard carved wood ship's hull, black-painted, red beneath the waterline, on stand, circa 1920, 37in. - as viewed
306.    A scratch-built hot air Sterling engine, single cylinder on aluminium base, 11in.
307.    A collection of die-cast toy vehicles, including Matchbox and Corgi, and other toys, largely boxed
308.    Britains and other lead farm series, figures, animals and accessories £60-80
309.    Tonka Toys, including cement mixer, and Meccano
310.    A Tri-Ang doll's house, timber-framed with printed pantile roof and brickwork, four part-furnished rooms with fireplaces, 35in. wide including double-door garage
311.    An English pre-war Teddy bear, 22in., three other small toys, assorted metalware, bone china teaset, etc.
312.    A commemorative coin collection, 32 total, contained within Westminster coin case, and a Coins of England price guide, Spink, 2013
313.    A collection of 20th century coins, some contained within albums
314.    A Century of Pennies display, including scarce 1950 and 1951
315.    A collection of miscellaneous coins, some in display packaging
316.    An assortment of coins and banknotes
317.    Cigarette cards and stamps, some cigarette cards in 1930's albums, others loose, stamps in an album and loose
318.    A good collection of early 20th century postcards, various subjects and views including East and West Sussex, largely circa 1900-20 £50-70
319.    A good collection of early 20th century postcards, WWI portraiture, greetings and east Sussex topographical, contained within three albums, circa 1900-20 £60-80
320.    A framed and autographed montage, Manchester United European Cup Final 25th anniversary celebration, autographed by 'The Famous Five', Sir Matt Busby, George Best, Bobby Charlton, Brian Kidd and Eusebio
Footnote: Personally signed for vendor at invitation evening, 1993, at that time a senior member of staff at Bobby Charlton International £250-300
321.    Various cigarette cards, banknotes and coins, marcasite brooch and ear-drops, etc.
322.    A collection of postcards, and greetings cards, contained within two albums, as viewed
323.    A Victorian embossed leather photograph album, largely family portraiture, spine lacking
324.    An early 20th century postcard album, with contents, an album containing WWI embroidered greetings cards, and other postcards/photographs
325.    Two postcard albums, Victorian photograph album, various books and First Day Covers
326.    Personal possessions belonging to the late Gladys Aylward (1902-70), largely printed and photographic matter, including posthumous, relating to her life as a missionary in China
Footnote: Gladys Aylward's life dramatised in the film, 'The Inn of the Sixth Happiness' with Ingrid Bergman
327.    The Triumph stamp album, a Stanley Gibbons stamp album, both containing world stamps, also to include First Day Covers and loose
328.    Dante's Purgatory And Paradise, New Edition illustrated by Gustave Dore, pub. Cassell, 1903, in two cloth and gilt volumes, and Histoire de l'Armee Francaise, pub. Paris 1929
329.    J. M. Barrie - Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens, pub. Hodder & Stoughton, 1906, first Rackham edition, quarto, cloth and gilt £100-150
330.    A collection of 49 The Connoisseur magazine bound volumes, incomplete run from volume 2 to 74, 1902-25, vol. 38 poor, also to include an early 20th century Hammock parcel-post egg-box
331.    A late Victorian wheel barometer, printed ceramic barometer and thermometer dials, oak case carved with acanthus leafage, 35in.
332.    A mid-Victorian rosewood bracket clock, circular enamelled dial signed Boxell, Brighton, twin-fusee movement with anchor escapement, striking on rear-mounted bell, with pendulum, case with carved leafage and scrolls, bevelled glass panes to sides, 17.75in. high £600-800
333.    A large white marble mantel clock, architectural case with four gilt-brass mounted Doric columns, enamelled chapter ring with cast bezel, French movement count-wheel striking on a bell, with elaborate gridiron pendulum and a key, 20.5in. £600-800
334.    A Victorian walnut aneroid barometer, engraved and silvered dial signed J. White, Glasgow, with thermometer dial, case elaborately carved in Palladian-style, 40in. £120-150
335.    A mahogany mantel clock, Roman silvered dial and timepiece movement, 9in. high, and a dark oak mantel clock, German movement striking on a gong, latter with key and pendulum
336.    A reproduction wheel barometer by Comitti, case inlaid with shells, break-arch pediment £50-60
337.    A reproduction wheel barometer by Comitti, with silvered dials, mahogany case with inlaid stringing, break-arch pediment £50-60
338.    A reproduction wheel barometer by Comitti, with silvered dials, burr yew case with break-arch pediment £50-60
339.    A reproduction wheel barometer by Comitti, with silvered dials, burr walnut case with scroll borders £50-60
340.    Two Black Forest mantel clocks, circular chrome mantel clock, onyx mantel clock, etc. (8)
341.    Four period-style mantel clocks, each in mahogany case, as new
342.    Two Comitti period-style mantel clocks, boxed and as new
343.    A Comitti period-style mahogany mantel clock, boxed and as new, a period-style desk timepiece and two boxed travelling timepieces
344.    An early 20th century anniversary clock, under glass dome, two modern anniversary clocks and three clock domes
345.    A 19th century green boullework mantel clock, with elaborate ormolu mounts in rococo-style, 5.5in. dial with enamelled numerals, French gong-striking movement, with pendulum, 13.5in. - as viewed £300-400
346.    Two modern Comitti circular aneroid barometers, both boxed, as new, Imperial oval brass carriage clock, four pocket watch stands, etc.
347.    Spare parts of interest to a clock repairer, springs, pendulums, dial-hands, three movements, barograph charts, etc.
348.    A Jaeger Le Coultre Atmos clock, exposed perpetual motion movement and 4.75in. white chapter ring, in locking, glazed gilt-brass case, 9.25in. high, complete with repair manuals SEE ILLUSTRATION £400-600
349.    A 19th century Black Forest walnut mantel clock, 18in. high, a white cuckoo clock with three weights, a domed mahogany mantel clock and various clock-case finials
350.    A 19th century walnut wall clock, 6.5in. enamelled dial with subsidiary seconds, architectural case with applied mask to pediment, architectural form, with key, pendulum and weights, 46in. high £100-150
351.    A Georgian-style mahogany wheel barometer, with silvered barometer and thermometer dials, inlaid bats-wing roundels, break-arch pediment, 38in. £80-120
352.    An early 20th century wheel barometer, with printed white ceramic barometer and thermometer dials, oak case carved with leafage, 3ft.
353.    A 19th century walnut mantel timepiece, 1970's perspex portable radio, various binoculars, box camera, etc.
354.    Two small tortoiseshell strut clocks, desk-top clock-barometer and three other items, as viewed
355.    A French Art Deco marble clock garniture, 4.5in. square dial signed Queval Parenty, bell-striking movement, large spelter reindeer surmount alongside, 22in. wide £100-150
356.    An early 19th century rosewood wheel barometer, level dial signed Wm. Rombach, Herne Hill, further silvered barometer, thermometer and hygrometer dials, 42in. - pediment a.f.
357.    A replica wall clock, advertising Bordeaux St. Emilion, quartz movement, 30in. high
358.    An early 20th century aneroid barometer, dial signed Negretti & Zambra, circular oak case carved with oak leaves and acorns, 9in.
359.    An early 20th century French carriage clock, with enamelled dial and gong-striking movement, with key, in original travelling case, travelling case poor £50-60
360.    A 19th century American mantel clock, in black-painted case, 10in., an oak mantel clock with French timepiece movement, 6.5in. high, and a period-style fret-carved mahogany wall mirror, as viewed
361.    An early 20th century French hour-repeating carriage clock, with silvered Roman dial, compensated balance and gong-striking movement, gilt-brass case, 7.25in. high £100-150
362.    An assortment of china and glassware, including ornamental figures, also to include metal ornaments
363.    Eight various Hummel figures, one head re-attached, a china part teaset, canteen of plated cutlery, etc.
364.    An Heubach Koppelsdorf bisque doll, mould 320 with sleeping eyes, 15in., together with a Victorian earthenware part dinner service, other china and glassware
365.    An assortment of ornamental china, including eleven boxed Wade Fair Ladies figures

366.    A Ruskin vase, 1913, monochrome glaze-effects in orange lustre, 10in. - a.f., pair of French baluster vases, Victorian part dessert set, etc., as viewed
367.    A pair of small cylindrical mugs, 1815, with moulded and gilded detail, and a large quantity of china tableware
368.    A Royal Doulton dinner service, Tumbling Leaves, and other similar dinner ware
369.    A Coalport part dinner and tea service, Revelry, 45 pieces including six two-handled soup dishes, assorted boxed flatware with Coalport bone china handles, etc.
370.    A Mason's Regency-pattern part teaset, other china tableware, five Chinese prunus blossom ginger jars, etc.
371.    A lead crystal claret jug, with embossed silver plated mount, one other claret jug, three decanters, all with stoppers, and other glassware
372.    A Grafton bone china part teaset, one cup cracked, Woods Ware fruit-set, dressing table glassware, large hand-bell, 1940's Monopoly, etc.
373.    A Royal Doulton dinner, tea and coffee service, Rondelay, 85 pieces principally for a 12-place setting, coffee for 8, good condition £50-60
374.    A quantity of household glassware, including sets of wine glasses
375.    Ornamental china and glassware, including Royal Doulton Fair Lady, HN2832, Whitefriars-type glass vase, ruby-overlaid glass decanter, with stopper, etc.
376.    A set of six Waterford cut wine glasses, and four further sets of six cut wine glasses
377.    An heavy cut glass fruit bowl, on circular pedestal stem, 8.5in. diameter
378.    An heavy cut glass fruit bowl, 10in., two glass decanters, each with stopper, cut glass vase and a similar jug
379.    A pair of Victorian Staffordshire comforter spaniels, painted in a rust-coloured enamel, 9.5in., other ceramics including Oriental, six-piece glass lemonade set colour-printed with hunting scenes, and other glassware
380.    A 20th century collection of royal commemorative china, including limited editions by R. Guyatt
380A.   A collection of porcelain hand-bells, pair of large Chinese baluster vases, group of three Carlton ware salad dishes, etc.
381.    A Rosenthal porcelain part teaset, painted in underglaze flow-blue, other china tableware, and a pair of green glass dump weights
382.    A Victorian bone china part teaset, 26 pieces including pair of serving dishes, floral gilt design, various Victorian cottage pastille burners, and other china, etc., some damage
383.    Miscellaneous Oriental ceramic figures, Days Gone die-cast vehicles, gilt-framed painting, etc.
384.    A large collection of Bulgarian terracotta tableware, largely ornamental, marbled-effects in bright enamels
385.    A WMF-style vase, pewter plant-form with iridescent green glass vase, indistinct marks, together with a satin-finished glass vase, opalescent lime-green glass vase, Sowerby shoe model, chipped, etc.
386.    A Tuscan bone china part teaset, other china teaware, drinking glassware, etc.
387.    Eight various coloured glass fish ornaments, tall blue swirl-pattern glass vase, 11in., novelty figural glass Vermouth decanter, and other glassware
388.    A collection of Carltonware leaf-dishes, including salad-servers, and six items of T. G. Green blue and white tableware £80-120
389.    A Colclough bone china teaset, Royale, 23 pieces for a 6-place setting, together with Denby Greenwheat teaware and two large glass vases
390.    A Poole oven stoneware dinner and tea service, Sherborne, 81 pieces for a 10-place setting, near-excellent
391.    A quantity of ornamental animal models, largely cast, some coloured, others in bronzed effects
392.    Four Beswick horse models, and other ornamental horses
393.    A pair of Victorian Staffordshire comforter spaniels, with black colouring, 10in., two other similar spaniels, Victorian relief-moulded jug, Victorian lamb spill vase and two other items £50-70
394.    A large quantity of drinking glassware
395.    Fourteen large ceramic dishes, decorated with traditional designs, a variety of plant pots including Moorcroft-style, etc., as viewed
396.    A Wedgwood part dinner service, Persia, 45 pieces including oval serving dish, and an assortment of blue-printed tableware
397.    A free-blown blue and green glass vase, plaid-type design, indistinctly signed, 11.5in., other coloured glassware, set of four Tudor cut wine glasses, two decanters, etc.
398.    Victorian and later ornamental china, three French bisque figures, souvenir china teaware, etc., some damage
399.    A Royal Worcester nautilus ornament, Royal Worcester horse-head, two Royal Doulton items, and an assortment of other various ornaments
400.    A Victorian glass decanter, with stopper, 11in., two Victorian opaline glass vases and other glassware
401.    A 19th century continental porcelain figure group, male and two females playing chess, period costume, 6in. high - minor damage
402.    A pair of Katzhutte earthenware figures, females in crinoline dresses, 8in.
403.    A 20th century Dresden porcelain wall mirror, elaborately encrusted with bright flowers, mounted with twin winged cherubs and cherub mask, 29in. £100-150
404.    A 20th century Dresden basket, flared form encrusted and painted with bright flowers, 11in. diameter £80-120
405.    A silver-mounted glass decanter, bulbous-shape with mushroom stopper, 11.5in.
406.    Three German fairings, Twelve months after Marriage, Returning at 1 o'clock..., and Baby's First Step, and a comical figure group, The Last Match
407.    An 18th century continental wine glass, faceted ovoid bowl gilded with festoons and drapes, circa 1770, 5.25in.
408.    An 18th century wine glass, bell bowl above plain stem with base knop, conical folded foot, circa 1755 £60-80
409.    An 18th century wine glass, bell-bowl on inverted baluster air-twist stem, conical foot, circa 1755, 6in. SEE ILLUSTRATION £60-80
410.    An 18th century wine glass, two-piece construction with bell-bowl and single air-tear, conical foot, circa 1750, 6.5in. £50-60
411.    An 18th century cordial glass, bell-bowl on double-series opaque twist stem with shoulder and centre knops, conical foot, circa 1760, 5.75in. £80-100
412.    An 18th century 'firing' glass, conical bowl with moulded detail, plain stem, conical terraced foot, circa 1760, 3.5in. £60-80
413.    An 18th century wine glass, conical bowl on fine air-twist stem, conical foot, circa 1750, 6in. SEE ILLUSTRATION £80-100
414.    An 18th century cordial glass, drawn-trumpet form with air-twist stem, conical foot, circa 1750, 6.5in. £100-150
415.    An 18th century cordial glass, half-moulded ogee bowl on double-series opaque twist stem with central swelling knop, conical foot, circa 1760, 6in. £100-150
416.    An 18th century wine glass, bell bowl with single air tear, plain cylindrical stem, domed foot, circa 1740, 7.5in. SEE ILLUSTRATION £150-200
417.    An 18th century Jacobite cordial glass, straight-sided tapering bowl engraved with a thorned rose with single bud, obverse with thistle, plain cylindrical stem, conical foot, circa 1760, 6in. SEE ILLUSTRATION £400-600
418.    An 18th century Jacobite cordial glass, drawn-trumpet form, bowl engraved with a rose and two buds, air-twist stem, conical foot, circa 1755, 6.5in. SEE ILLUSTRATION £500-700
419.    A pair of George III wine glasses, cup bowls on facet-cut stems, conical feet, circa 1770, 5.5in.
420.    A George II wine glass, drawn trumpet form with base knop and single air tear, conical folded foot, circa 1740, 6.5in. £100-150
421.    A George II wine glass, waisted bowl on 'mercury' air-twist stem, conical foot, circa 1755, 6.5in. £60-80
422.    A George II wine glass, bell-bowl on air-twist stem with shoulder knop, conical foot, circa 1745 S £150-200
423.    Victorian-style coloured glass tableware, emerald green decanter, two wine glasses and two tumblers, cranberry-coloured decanter, jug, basket and seven glasses
424.    A pair of Victorian clear glass decanters, with moulded bodies and stoppers, 13in.
425.    An early Liberty's Moorcroft dish, Pomegranate, on Tudric hammered pewter pedestal base, base with impressed marks and numeral 01515, 6.75in. diameter £150-200
426.    Belleek, teacup and saucer, Shamrock pattern, and a shell-dish, printed marks in green
427.    A Royal Doulton bone china figure, Sweet Anne, HN1496, and two Beswick cattle, Claybury Leegwater and Coddington Hilt Ear, both cattle with faults
428.    Seven various Royal Copenhagen ornamental models, and five other ornamental ceramic models
429.    Royal Crown Derby 1128-pattern teaware, three cups, three saucers, three side plates and two serving plates, date-codes vary, 1920's £80-100
430.    A large Crown Ducal wall plate designed by Charlotte Rhead, stylised floral design in tube-lined enamels, signed verso, 17.5in. £70-100
431.    A Staffordshire Cottageware four-piece teaset, Ye Olde Inne, hand-painted in Tudor-style
432.    A Shelley bone china teaset, Posie Spray, 21 pieces including two cake plates, colour-printed design, one saucer cracked
433.    A large 19th century French porcelain vase, painted with a female artist against a deep-green ground, 14in., and other ornamental china
434.    A large Waterford glass vase designed by Jasper Conran, Aura, 13.75in.
435.    A set of four Victorian Doulton Lambeth stoneware spirit flasks, oblong form with moulded detail, dedicated contents, design registered 1880, 8in. £70-80
436.    Ten matching early 19th century Coalport plates, an early 19th century Olympian-pattern blue-printed plate, and two other plates, as viewed, also to include a pair of Chinese porcelain baluster jars, with domed covers, painted with figures, birds and foliage in Canton enamels, 15.5in. - one jar repaired
437.    Three early Mason's Patent Ironstone China dessert dishes, printed in iron-red and enamelled with an asiatic pheasant pattern with gilding, circa 1813-25, impressed marks, rectangular dish 11in. - two rim-chips
438.    An early 20th century Conta & Boehme, Thuringia porcelain bulldog model, seated pose with detachable head-cover, impressed mark and numeral 2579, 7in. £50-70
439.    An Imperial German porcelain stein, painted with military significance and dated 1900, 9.5in. - handle repaired
440.    A Caverswall ornamental vase, painted with a Thrush, with cover, limited edition, 10in.
441.    Five modern Royal Crown Derby animal ornaments, tallest 5in., two pairs of Victorian-style animal models and four further similar items
442.    A 19th century Italian majolica wall plate, painted with central portrait boss and leafage in Renaissance-style, 16in.
443.    A group of three Chinese porcelain jars, painted with dragons in green enamels, 8in., a Kutani cylindrical vase, 9.5in., Japanese toy-size teaset and two English royal commemorative mugs, some damage
444.    A large Japanese watercolour/print, panoramic view with foreground pedestrian bridge, inscribed, a wall-hanging in scroll form, 48 x 26in.
445.    A Satsuma dish, circular with lobed rim, finely-painted with birds and coloured plants with gilding, signed, 4.75in.
446.    A pair of Chinese porcelain jars, with covers, painted in bright enamels, 7in. high, a Satsuma hexagonal vase, 9in., and other Oriental china
447.    An early 20th century Chinese ivory Guanyin, wearing full-length robe and holding fan, coloured and engraved detail, 8in. - neck restored. Shipping arrangements limited. Buyer beware
£100-150
448.    An unusual Canton ivory cribbage board, finely-carved with figural panels, flowers and leafage, 9 x 3in. - obverse showing two splits Shipping arrangements limited. Buyer beware £100-150
449.    A late 19th century Canton ivory card case, finely-carved with numerous figures and woodland, 4.25in. Shipping arrangements limited. Buyer beware £200-250
450.    A late 19th century Japanese bronze vase, body with cast birds and coloured plants, unsigned, 12in.
451.    A large Chinese porcelain baluster jar, domed cover with gilt kylin finial, 26in., a pair of Japanese ovoid jars, 24in. - one jar repaired, and a Chinese green-painted hall table with gilt chinoiserie top, 3ft. 6in.
452.    Kisho Kurokawa - bound portfolio of woodcuts, 1981, complete set of twenty titled, limited edition woodcuts, 62/100, in original packaging, good condition £100-200
453.    A pair of cloisonne wall plates, enamelled with wild birds and foliage, 12in., six various Canton cylindrical jars, each with cover, carved wood Chinaman, 12in., etc., as viewed
454.    A 19th century cloisonne charger, enamelled with small birds and plant-life against a bright blue ground, 14in.
455.    A cloisonne baluster jar, enamelled with birds against a green ground, 10in. - some damage, a reproduction Chinese porcelain baluster vase painted with figures and script, 12in., carved jade figure and two jade rings
456.    Five bead necklaces, including lapis lazuli, tiger's eye and rose quartz
457.    
458.    A diamond half-hoop ring, five graduated stones, claw settings, white metal shank, size M, and an 18ct. gold and diamond chip solitaire ring £100-150
459.    A yellow metal half-hoop ring, set ten Ceylon sapphires, size R £70-100
460.    A large 9ct. gold signet ring, size Z, 5.9 grams, a 9ct. gold guard chain, 9ct. gold gate-link bracelet, 9ct. gold anchor brooch, lady's Accurist 9ct. gold wristwatch expanding metal bracelet strap, 9ct. gold mounted leather wallet and a silver fob chain with T-bar £100-150
461.    An assortment of jewellery, including cluster ring, pair of garnet ear-studs, gold plated pocket watch, etc.
462.    A quantity of costume jewellery, silver plated teapot and matching sugar bowl, other plated ware, cased carving set, etc.
463.    An 18ct. gold diamond solitaire ring £60-80
464.    A white metal and diamond bar brooch, small graduated diamonds, metal unmarked, within original leather case £150-200
465.    An 18ct. gold half-hoop ring, central sapphire and two small diamonds, claw setting, size N £70-100
466.    Two 18ct. gold and diamond rings, one five-stone half-hoop, the other claw-set solitaire, sizes R and L/M resp. £150-200
467.    Two 18ct. gold and diamond rings, half-hoop claw-set with five graduated diamonds, half-hoop set two diamonds and three small pearl-type stones £120-150
468.    Two 18ct. gold and diamond-chip rings, and a yellow metal ring cross-over set with two blue-green stones £80-120
469.    Two 18ct. gold and diamond rings, three-stone half-hoop, size K, two-stone old-cut crossover, size U/V
470.    Two 18ct. gold and diamond half-hoop rings, each with three diamonds, in claw-settings, sizes N/O and N £150-200
471.    An 18ct. gold ring, gypsy-set with two diamond chips and central pearl, and a gold cross-over ring, set small diamond and sapphire £100-150
472.    An 18ct. gold engagement ring, three sapphires and four diamond chips in half-hoop claw setting, size L/M, Birmingham 1917 £60-80
473.    An 18ct. gold engagement ring, central ruby and two diamonds in platinum claw setting, size P £100-150
474.    An 18ct. gold, diamond and ruby half-hoop ring, three diamonds, two rubies, size N £180-220
475.    Two 18ct. gold rings, diamonds and sapphires in carved setting, diamonds and ruby in stepped setting, sizes Q/R and O resp. £200-250
476.    A lady's Gucci stainless steel wristwatch, white Roman dial with date, flexible stainless steel strap, in original box and a silver bracelet, Greek-key pattern £50-60
477.    A retailer's collection of jewellery boxes and cases £70-80
478.    Twenty-three various rings, largely silver/white metal
479.    Silver jewellery, four oval lockets, heart-shape cupid box, two fine-link necklaces, also to include stainless steel watches, chains, etc. £70-100
480.    A quantity of costume jewellery
481.    An 18ct. gold diamond half-eternity ring, size J £100-150
482.    An amber-type bead necklace
483.    Two 9ct. gold band rings, each with engraved detail, sizes S/T and Q/R, 4.5 grams total
484.    A diamond cluster bar brooch, and a sapphire and diamond chip eternity ring £120-150
485.    A pair of jade and diamond ear-clips, and matching marquise ring, claw settings, ring size M £900-1000
486.    A large 18ct. gold black opal and diamond dress ring, central oval opal surrounded by sixteen claw-set diamonds £900-1000
487.    A pair of early 20th century yellow metal spectacle frames, engraved silver book-mark, and a small Georgian silver poultry skewer
488.    A 9ct. gold tiger's-eye dress ring, four further large white metal rings, royal commemorative silver pendant on chain, variety of watches, etc. £80-120
489.    A Tiffany & Co. engraved silver bangle, in original packaging, and one other engraved silver bangle
490.    A 9ct. gold half-hoop ring, set three step-cut aquamarines, size P £60-80
491.    An 18ct. gold ring, set half-hoop form set diamond chips, size N, and a 9ct. gold dress ring, set green stones and seed pearl, size N
492.    A Coutts & Co. commemorative crown, 1978, in Pobjoy Mint case
493.    A collection of bead necklaces, including amber and coquilla nut, and other items £80-100
494.    An assortment of costume jewellery, wristwatches, etc.
495.    Jade and other costume jewellery, five wristwatches, etc.
496.    Two modern 9ct. gold dress rings, tanzanite cluster settings £80-120
497.    A gentleman's 18ct. gold gyspy ring, set brilliant-cut diamond, size P-Q, 7 grams gross total £150-200
498.    Two 9ct. gold rings, a silver and white metal charm bracelet and an assortment of costume jewellery
499.    An 18ct. gold diamond half-hoop ring, three small diamonds in platinum claw settings, size L £50-60
500.    A late Victorian Asprey novelty scent bottle, horseshoe-shape with cut detail, with stopper, silver collar hallmarked Birmingham 1898, 5.5in. £50-60
501.    WITHDRAWN A set of 18th century provincial white metal fiddle-pattern teaspoons, one spoon stamped Rodeck, circa
502.    A Viner's Queen's-pattern part suite of plated cutlery, good condition
503.    A quantity of silver plated ware, largely cutlery and trays, some boxed
504.    A set of twelve engraved silver coffee spoons, Sheffield 1910, pierced silver two-handled dish, set of four smaller similar dishes, white metal and niello napkin ring, two other silver items, Hukin & Heath toast rack and a glass inkwell with silver plated cover
505.    An engine-turned silver cigarette box, Birmingham 1932, 7in. wide, a pair of silver-handled fish servers, engraved silver pencil, damaged silver cigarette case and a replica Rolex Datejust gentleman's wristwatch £60-80
506.    A Victorian claret jug designed by Christopher Dresser, tapering glass with silver plated mounts, cylindrical ebony handle, Hukin & Heath, design registered May 1881, 9.5in. SEE ILLUSTRATION £150-200
506A.   A silver bowl, with cast border, London 1937, approx. 23ozs., 9in. diameter £150-200
507.    A cased part-set of eleven silver rat-tail coffee spoons, with trefid ends, with matching sugar tongs, Sheffield 1917, together with a cased set of silver-handled tea knives, other plated cutlery and a cased simulated pearl necklace
508.    An Indian white and yellow metal plaque, rectangular panoramic view overlooking the Taj Mahal, 14 x 19in., in moulded gilt frame £50-60
509.    A silver plated three-piece teaset, two silver plated salvers, other plated ware, modern ornaments, etc.
510.    Three modern silver photograph frames, boxed, as new £80-100
511.    Three modern silver photograph frames, two boxed, as new £80-100
512.    Silver jewellery, one ounce pendant, seven various pendants, engraved belt buckle, two pill-boxes, etc. £70-80
513.    A collection of small silver spoons, including servers, slip-top caddy spoon, set of six coffee spoons, etc., approx. 16oz. gross total £120-150
514.    A pair of George III 'berry' spoons, London 1791, cased silver Christening trio, pair of silver dessert spoons and other items of flatware
515.    An engine-turned silver-gilt cigarette case, three small silver dishes, two-handled silver bottle holder and eleven various silver napkin rings, approx. 20oz. total £150-180
516.    A cased pair of engine-turned silver clothes brushes, two engine-turned silver-mounted combs, two pairs of silver cuff-links, silver-mounted magnifying glass, etc. £70-80
517.    A matched silver condiment trio, a pair of silver salts, and other silver condiment servers £70-100
518.    A cylindrical silver tea canister with cover, 3.5in., and four silver-mounted glass dressing table bottles
519.    A silver plated three-piece teaset, oval, half-fluted form, a silver plated four-piece teaset, condiment pots, pair of George III silver server spoons, 1804-06, further boxed plated cutlery, etc.
520.    A silver four-piece teaset, bulbous form on scroll legs, wood handles and finials, approx. 49oz. gross total £350-400
521.    A large silver salver, circular with pie-crust border, Birmingham 1968, approx. 33oz., 14in. £250-300
522.    A pair of silver candlesticks, tapering stems and circular, loaded bases, Birmingham 1912, 8in. £70-100
523.    A silver condiment trio, Birmingham 1963, one silver server spoon not matching, together with an engraved silver christening mug, personalised, and an engine-turned silver clothes brush and matching hand mirror
524.    A set of seven silver fruit knives and forks, with mother of pearl handles, Sheffield 1914-15, and a set of six similar fruit knives, Sheffield 1919 £50-60
525.    A silver plated entree dish, and cover, plated cocktail shaker and a cased set of six engraved fish knives and forks, servers lacking
526.    A silver plated Kings-pattern suite of cutlery, for a 6-place setting, and an oak canteen containing a set of plated cutlery
527.    A circular silver plated tray, with engraved detail, other silver plated ware and five boxed sets of cutlery
528.    A silver candle extinguisher, with turned rosewood handle, together with a pair of small Sterling silver candlesticks, also to include a set of three silver-mounted glass dressing jars and a similar rectangular box £50-60
529.    A Mappin & Webb Princes Plate tray, lobed, circular form, 13in., three embossed ash-trays, and other plated ware including cutlery, also to include a Victorian copper warming pan
530.    Five various silver thimbles, three further plated thimbles and two cast metal dog models
531.    A silver shell dish, pair of engine-turned silver napin rings, a pierced silver plated bread basket with swing handle and two plated cake servers
532.    A silver-mounted glass decanter, with cut detail, complete with stopper, silver mount Sheffield 1929, 11.5in. £50-60
533.    An Edward VII silver three-piece teaset, teapot with black wood handle, elaborately embossed with scrolls and foliage, each on ball toes, Birmingham 1902-03, approx. 30.5oz. gross total £250-300
534.    A large pair of silver plated candelabra, each with three scroll branches, 18in. £50-70
535.    An early 19th century silver pitcher, bulbous form with hinged cover, entwined branch handle, body embossed with fruiting vines and oak leaves, bearded mask pouring lip, Edinburgh 1809, body engraved with presentation script and dated 1833, approx. 20oz., 8.5in. SEE ILLUSTRATION £180-250
536.    A pair of Indian engraved silver pepper pots, each with cover, 3in., small assortment of plated flatware, pair of plated and engraved circular stands, etc.
537.    A rococo-style silver plated teapot, elaborately embossed with foliage and masks, scroll handle
538.    A George II cast silver snuffer tray, rococo-design with scroll handle, on four scroll feet, London 1748, approx. 15oz., and a pair of George III silver candle snuffers, London 1774, approx. 4oz. £300-400
539.    Two pairs of mid-18th century silver salt shovels, one pair with shell-backs £50-60
540.    A George II silver poultry skewer, E Medlycott, London 1749, approx. 4oz., 12in.
541.    A George III oval silver mustard pot, domed, hinged cover enclosing blue glass liner, Robert Salmon, London 1797
542.    A pair of late George II silver shell dishes, with cast rococo handles, each on three nautilus shell feet, London 1759, crested, approx. 7.5oz. total, 5in. wide £120-150
543.    A George III white metal scissors case, engraved sides, one side a dragon, the other a female, pair of steel scissors enclosed, probably contemporary £100-150
544.    An Hester Bateman silver marrow scoop, double-ended with bright-cut detail, crested, London 1785, rare incuse duty mark, 9in. £80-100
545.    A George III silver chocolate pot, bellied form with hinged cover and wicker-mounted handle, John Edwards, London 1806, approx. 17oz., 5.5in., underside personalised SEE ILLUSTRATION £200-250
546.    A George II silver beaker, tapering shape, Isaac Cookson, Newcastle 1741, approx. 6.25oz., 4in. £100-150
547.    A Victorian Britannia Standard silver pepper pot, octagonal tapering form with single handle, London 1878, approx. 3.50z., 3.5in. £60-80
548.    A George III silver fish slice, pierced blade engraved with foliage, initialled, blade London 1782, 11in. - silver handle possibly later £70-100
549.    A Victorian silver sugar bowl, bulbous two-handled form, London 1869, approx. 5.75oz. £50-60
550.    A George II silver card tray, square with re-entrant corners, on four scroll feet, formerly attributed to G. Sleath, London 1732, approx. 7oz., 6.25in. £100-150
551.    A George III silver milk jug, helmet-shape on square pedestal base, Henry Chawner, London 1791, approx. 6oz., 5in. £60-80
552.    A George II silver poultry skewer, Chester 1760, 8in.
553.    A George III silver seven-bar toast rack, Smith & Fearn, London 1787, approx. 8oz. £80-100
554.    A large early George II silver salver, circular with pie-crust border, elaborate engraved armorial bearing, on four cast scroll feet, John Tuite, London 1731, approx. 48.25oz., 14.5in. diameter SEE ILLUSTRATION £700-1000
555.    A rare George III caddy spoon, Peter and Jonathan Bateman, shell bowl and bright-cut detail, London 1790
Footnote: Having succeeded their mother, Hester, in 1790, Peter and Jonathan was an extremely short-lived partnership, producing for five months only prior to Jonathan's premature death. £150-200
556.    A Tiffany & Co. Sterling caddy spoon, leaf-shape with branch handle, 3.5in., and a Japanese engraved bronze vase, 6in.
557.    A quantity of silver plated ware
558.    A quantity of silver plated flatware, including a Harley 68-piece cutlery set, in box
559.    A cased set of six silver teaspoons, with sugar tongs, a square silver cigarette box, silver-fronted desk-top calendar, silver book-mark, and six other items £50-60
560.    Five silver-mounted glass bottles, a small scent bottle with engraved white metal mount and a heart-shape glass bottle
561.    Small silver, shell-shape salt, two other salts, small pepper pot, two napkin rings and three other items, (9)
562.    A quantity of silver plated ware, including cutlery, some boxed
563.    Small silverware, cased set of six coffee spoons, small embossed rectangular box and similar dish, two napkin rings, silver plated cigarette case, etc. £50-60
564.    A pair of small silver candlesticks, 5in., a .800 rectangular silver cigarette box, personalised, and a square glass inkwell with hinged cover
565.    Two embossed silver photograph frames, silver cigarette case, two silver serviette rings, silver flatware, etc. £80-100
566.    A pair of heavy Parsons and Parsons silver sauce jugs for Tessiers Ltd., with double-scroll handles, gadrooned borders and shell knees, London 1928, approx. 30oz. total £250-300
567.    An engine-turned silver spectacles case, Birmingham 1936, a pair of late Victorian silver heart-shape photograph frames, London 1893, two silver ever-pointed pencils, .800 silver leaf-shape serving spoon and five other items £70-100
568.    A late 19th century miniature silver timepiece, with enamelled dial and French movement, fluted silver case, London 1896, 3in. high £80-100
569.    A large silver photograph frame, curved rectangular form with engraved and pierced leaf-scrolls, Birmingham 1903, 11in. high £120-150
570.    A large Elkingtons silver plated tray, oval, two-handled form, a close-plated scissor-form candle snuffer, engraved snuffer tray, plated grape shears and a group of six silver-mounted fish-eaters, also to include an Helena Wolfsohn porcelain cabinet cup and saucer
571.    A large Sterling silver vase, waisted form with cast flower and leaf-scroll rim, circular domed base similarly cast, approx. 12oz., 11.5in. £70-80
572.    A pair of late Victorian oval silver dishes, pierced and embossed with bearded masks and grapes in neo-classical style, four cast feet, Chester 1897, approx. 10oz. total, 4.5in. £80-100
573.    A pair of silver taperstick holders, each leaf-shape with single handle, London 1956, approx. 4oz. total
574.    A pair of late Victorian oval silver dishes, William Comyns & Sons, oval shape embossed with flowers and leafage throughout, London 1891, approx. 4.5oz. total, 4.75in., together with an engraved silver vesta case and a silver-handled shoe-horn
575.    An unusual Harrods silver plated Argyle (gravy warmer), tapering straight-sided form with twin spouts, 6in.
576.    A 19th century oil on canvas, foreground farm buildings and up-turned cart, indistinctly signed, 10 x 18in., an early Victorian portrait miniature in watercolour, young female, and a still life watercolour
577.    A 19th century Dutch oil on canvas, coastline with figures and middle-distant windmill, unsigned, 10 x 14in., and other framed pictures
578.    N. De Lacy-Brown - modern oil on canvas, young lady reclining upon chaise longue, monogrammed, 40 x 60in. £50-100
579.    A 19th century oil on board, classical monument and terrace, inscribed verso, 'Coming events cast their shadows before', indistinctly signed, 12 x 9in.
580.    A 19th century oil on copper panel, domestic interior with seated clay pipe smoker at hearth, unsigned, 8 x 6in.
581.    G. E. Clayton - pen and ink sketch, street scene entitled Vieux Roquebrune, Cote d'Azur, signed, 24 x 16in.
582.    •Francisco Ribera Gomez, Spanish, (1907-96) - oil on canvas, young sleeping boy holding large bottle, inscribed verso Duerme El Zagal, signed and dated 1959, Medici Society label verso, 24 x 29in. SEE FRONT COVER £1200-1500
583.    A Victorian oil on canvas - panoramic view with foreground shepherd, 8 x 12in., and an assortment of decorative framed pictures
584.    A still life oil on canvas - objects on a table, 18 x 24in., and a pair of watercolours by J. Barker, labelled verso Whittington, Shropshire, and Sledi Valley, North Wales
585.    Joseph Morris Henderson (1863-1936) - oil on canvas, Ayrshire coastline, signed, 18 x 27in. £300-400
585A.   Mike Bernard (born 1946) - oil on canvas, French street scene, town centre with shoppers, signed, 24 x 36in. £250-350
586.    Joseph Morris Henderson (1863-1936) - oil on board, an Ayrshire wheat field with foreground children, signed, 18 x 24in. SEE ILLUSTRATION £300-400
587.    Joseph Morris Henderson (1863-1936) - oil on canvas, panoramic view of Dounan Bay, south of Ballantrae, signed, 20 x 30in. £300-400
588.    Joseph Morris Henderson (1863-1936) - oil on canvas, The Auld Brig, Ballantrae, Ayrshire, signed, 18 x 24in. £300-400
589.    Joseph Morris Henderson (1863-1936) - oil on canvas, inscribed verso, Looking south from Dounan, Ayrshire, signed, 20 x 26in. £300-400
590.    Joseph Morris Henderson (1863-1936) - oil on canvas, a stoney stream dividing woodland, signed, 16 x 24in. £300-400
591.    Joseph Morris Henderson (1863-1936) - oil on canvas, stoney stream dividing woodland, signed, 13 x 17in. £200-300
592.    S. Johnson - oil on canvas, rough coastline waters with distant boating, signed and dated 1910, 12 x 24in.
593.    Copley Fielding - Victorian watercolour, panoramic view with foreground labourers and cattle, signed and dated 1846, 9.5 x 13.5in. £100-150
594.    J. Macpherson - Victorian watercolour, riverside village with foreground fisherman and grazing cattle, signed and dated 1879, 14 x 23in. £50-60
595.    Thomas Bush Hardy (1842-97) - marine watercolour, steamer tug and tallship approaching harbour, signed and indistinctly dated, 8.5 x 13.5in. £70-100
596.    A. Hulk jnr (1851-1922) - panoramic watercolour with foreground shepherd, signed, 8 x 11.5in.
597.    An etching, St. Michael's Mount, indistinctly signed in pencil on mount, 6.5 x 10in., framed
598.    A signed Beryl Cook print, Garden Centre, 1991, limited edtion 369/850, signed in pencil on mount £150-200
599.    A Beryl Cook signed print, Getting Ready, 1990, pub. Alexander Gallery, signed in pencil on mount, blind-stamped £100-150
600.    A Beryl Cook signed print, Meadow Suite, pub. Alexander Gallery, signed in pencil on mount, with blind-stamp £250-300
601.    Attributed to Frederick James Aldridge (1850-1933) - watercolour on canvas, fishing boats, unsigned, 7 x 5in., label verso £50-80
602.    A Newlyn-school oil on board, harbour with moored sailing vessels, indistinctly signed, 14 x 17in. £50-100
603.    Two period-style oils on canvas, in matching moulded gilt frames, another similar, two signed Fischer, and one other framed oil on canvas, harbour view signed Thoni
603A.   Two David Shepherd signed prints, limited editions, both framed
603B.   Stan Kaminski - oil on board, Saint Mark's Basilica, together with a large oil on canvas, two clowns, and five other pictures
604.    Lawrence Rushton - signed limited edtion print, Nanna's Cottage, signed in pencil on mount, 13 x 16in.
605.    A quantity of framed pictures
606.    A quantity of framed pictures
607.    Dominic Besner - pair of giclees prints, sytlised figures and animals in vivid colours, limited editions of 75, signed in pencil on mounts, 10in. square
608.    Louis Clesse (Belgian, 1889-1961) - oil on board, lake and woodland, signed and dated 1915, indistinctly inscribed and also entitled verso, 24 x 36in. SEE ILLUSTRATION £300-400
609.    Francis Smitheman - modern oil on canvas, view of an old Brighton seafront entitled Collier on Brighton Beach, signed, 12 x 18in. £70-100
610.    Pros. Colpaert - modern oil on canvas, wooded clearing with farmer and livestock, signed, 24 x 20in., and three related guarantees, two signed £60-80
611.    Pros. Colpaert - modern oil on canvas, pathway leading to rural buildings, signed, 24 x 32in. £60-80
612.    A pair of dog portraits, each at table, 11 x 9.5in., and two male oil portraits, each bearded, all framed
613.    William Graham-Buxton - Victorian oil on canvas, harbour with moored boats at Rye, Sussex, signed and dated 1890, 12 x 18in., and four other oils on canvas, all framed
614.    John Prentice - pair of marine watercolours, each entitled verso, 8 x 12in., a pair of watercolours signed Clive Pryke, 12 x 18in., and another, same artist (5)
615.    Patrick Branwell Bronte (1817-48) - pair of oils on panels, Welsh views entitled verso, Upper Conway and near Llanidloes, signed, 9.5 x 6.5in.
Footnote: Branwell Bronte the brother to writers Charlotte, Emily and Anne £150-200
616.    Patrick Branwell-Bronte (1817-48) - oil on panel, panoramic riverscape entitled verso, Near Thirlmere, Cumberland, signed, 7 x 9.5in. £80-120
617.    Henry Gow - modern watercolour, Embankment, London, signed, 13 x 16in., and other paintings and prints, all framed
618.    A pastel drawing, hunts-people and spying fox, signed Lionel Edwards
619.    Attributed to Raymond Coxon (1896-1997) - oil on canvas board, panoramic landscape, indistinctly initialled and dated, perhaps 1917, 6 x 9in. £60-80
620.    Frederick James Aldridge (1850-1933) - marine watercolour, entitled Running for Shoreham, signed and dated 02, 10 x 14in. £200-250
621.    Henry J. Kinnaird (1861-1929) - watercolour, entitled a Sussex Hayfield, signed, 8 x 15in. - Horner Galleries label verso £350-400
621A.   A large oil on canvas, fruit-picker beneath large tree, unsigned, and other pictures
622.    J. C. Moody - watercolour, The Old Town Hall, Worthing, populated scene with motoring, circa 1930, 14 x 21in. £350-450
623.    Vivian Rolt (1874-1933) - watercolour, windmill overlooking Shoreham, Sussex, shepherding scene to foreground, signed, 10 x 16in. £350-400
624.    Herbert Edward Butler (1861-1931) - watercolour, large thatched-roof house within panoramic landscape, signed, 11 x 15in. £120-150
625.    Robert Thorne-Waite (1842-1935) - watercolour, panoramic view with windmill overlooking Broadwater, Sussex, signed, 14 x 22in. £1000-1200