Antique & Collectables Sale
on 5th September 2018

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1.      A limestone millstone 47cm diameter, and an ornamental ball £40-60
2.      A limestone millstone, 64cm diameter £60-80
3.      A limestone rectangular basin 68cm x 41cm £80-120
4.      A limestone rectangular basin, 63cm x 42cm £80-120
5.      A limestone staddle stone, 74cm high £100-150
6.      A limestone staddlestone, with broad base, 53cm high £100-150
7.      An 18th century style oak dresser and rack, the rack with three shelves over seven trinket drawers, the base with three drawers over three ogee panelled doors, 152cm wide, 198cm high £70-100
8.      A large timber framed rustic wall mirror, rectangular, 106cm x 136cm £30-40
9.      An Edwardian mahogany piano stool, the seat with turned handles over a carved fall front enclosing sheet music, on ogee bracket feet 54cm wide 55.5cm high £20-30
10.     A Victorian mahogany console table, with marble top and single acanthus carved cabriole leg and platform base, 91cm wide, and another marble top console table (2) £30-50
11.     A pine blanket box, 80cm wide 47cm deep 47cm high and an oak blanket box with linenfold panels (2) £30-50
12.     A pine wall shelf with moulded cornice and a pair of glazed doors 111cm wide £20-30
13.     A Victorian cast iron fire surround with arched fireplace, 98cm high 70cm wide and a brass fender (2) £40-60
14.     A Victorian cast iron fire surround with brown glaze tiles and half shelves 97cm high 96.5cm wide £30-50
15.     A Victorian cast iron fire surround with leaf decorated hood and brown glaze tiles, 96.5cm high, 96.5cm wide £30-50
16.     A Victorian mahogany toilet mirror on a platform base, and a Belvedere laundry mangle (2) £15-20
17.     A Victorian carved oak mantlepiece, carved with roses and knots, 143cm wide 116cm high £30-40
18.     An Art Deco bevelled wall mirror, with crossbanded pediment and sunburst rays, 73cm x 38cm and another 1920s wall mirror (2) £60-80
19.     A two piece 1920s burr walnut bedroom suite, comprising wardrobe and dressing table, wardrobe 119cm wide and a pair of brass single bed ends (3) £40-60
20.     An Edwardian walnut dressing table, with swing mirror and trinket drawers over a long drawer and turned legs with pot castors 99cm wide £15-20
21.     An early Victorian mahogany foldover tea table with broad frieze on ring turned tapering legs 91cm wide £15-20
22.     A Victorian mahogany toilet mirror, the rectangular plate on serpentine supports and base on scroll feet 58cm wide, 63cm high £20-30
23.     A mahogany glazed bookcase, with twin doors enclosing adjustable shelves, above a pair of panelled doors on a plinth base, 98.5cm wide, 199cm high £30-50
24.     A chest of drawers by Brights of Nettlebed, the four short drawers over five graduated long drawers on bracket feet, 122cm wide 148.5cm high £100-150
25.     An oak chest of drawers with three drawers on bracket feet 67cm wide and a reeded standard lamp (2) £20-30
26.     An oak chest of drawers with two short and three long graduated drawers 107cm wide £40-60
27.     A mahogany bookcase, with a pair of glazed doors, parts 19th century 141cm wide, 196cm high £50-80
28.     A mahogany foldover card table with square legs and brass castors 91cm wide, two mahogany tripod tables, and an oak gateleg table 89cm wide (4) £40-60
29.     An ornate painted frame wall mirror with bevelled rectangular plate 88cm x 119cm £30-50
30.     A gilt framed octagonal wall mirror, 52cm and a cheval wall mirror, 130cm x 50cm (2) £30-40
31.     A gilt framed shaped top wall mirror 89cm x 69cm and an inlaid cheval wall mirror 150cm x 50cm (2) £30-40
32.     An oak blanket box, with lock fitted to the lid, 98cm wide, 48cm deep, 40.5cm tall £30-40
33.     A Victorian mahogany extending dining table, the rectangular top on lobed baluster legs with pot castors 121cm wide, 232cm long with two leaves £60-80
34.     A set of six Victorian mahogany dining chairs, the open backs with overstuffed seats on turned legs (6) £50-70
35.     A pair of 1970s swivel armchairs on chromed bases and another swivel armchair (3) £30-50
36.     A Victorian mahogany dressing table, the swing plate with four trinket drawers over a shaped frieze with drawer on cabriole supports on a platform base, 91cm wide £30-40
37.     A mahogany desk, with slide and three drawers down one side and a drawer over the kneehole £30-40
38.     A pine kitchen table, on turned legs 151cm x 86cm, and a set of six dining chairs £60-80
39.     An Art Deco walnut display cabinet of arched sunburst form with twin glazed doors 121cm wide £80-120
40.     Two 1920s oak framed easy chairs, both as found £20-30
41.     A Victorian mahogany chest of drawers with two short and two long graduated drawers, 107cm wide £40-60
42.     A Victorian Art Nouveau style brass standard lamp with adjustable stem, on a tripod scrolling base £60-80
43.     An Art Deco style brass tea trolley with glass shelves and later castors 72cm high £50-70
44.     A nest of three 1970s chrome tables, with glass tops, 53.5cm wide £30-40
45.     Two Lloyd Loom corner laundry baskets and a blanket box (3) £20-30
46.     A matched four piece Edwardian inlaid mahogany bedroom suite comprising a wardrobe with mirrored door, two short and one long drawers, 114cm wide, a dressing table, a bedside cupboard and a pair of double bedends (3) £150-200
47.     A mahogany lady's writing table, with two drawers over a kneehole flanked by short drawers on cabriole legs and pad feet, 106cm wide and an Edwardian chest of drawers 106cm wide (2) £10-20
48.     A mahogany and green leather two seat settee, on moulded square tapering legs £100-150
49.     A Victorian mahogany bowfront chest of drawers, with two short and three long graduated drawers on turned legs, and carved corners 115cm wide £30-50
50.     An oval giltwood wall mirror, with ribbon swags 78cm x 58cm £10-20
51.     A George III style mahogany and satinwood crossbanded bowfront sideboard, the two central drawers flanked by a bottle drawer and a cupboard door on square tapering legs and spade feet, 163cm wide £20-30
52.     A Victorian oak Gothic style dining chair, the arched pierced back above a stuffover seat, on fluted turned tapering legs £20-30
53.     An upholstered Chesterfield sofa on square tapering legs and castors, 191cm wide £60-80
54.     An Edwardian mahogany extending dining table, the rectangular top on acanthus carved cabriole legs with ball and claw feet and castors, 118cm wide, 232cm extended with two leaves £50-80
55.     An oak pedestal desk, the leather inset top over three frieze drawers above pedestals, one with three drawers, the other with one drawer and a deep drawer with dummy fronts, 122cm wide £30-50
56.     A George III style mahogany serpentine sideboard, the two central drawers flanked by cupboard doors on square legs and spade feet, 137cm wide £30-40
57.     A walnut framed table mirror, with shaped top 52cm x 30.5cm, a mahogany coal box with sloping front and an inlaid mahogany bookcase, with writing fall, as found 61cm wide (3) £30-40
58.     A 1920s upholstered three seat settee on bun feet 200cm £40-60
59.     An Edwardian walnut settee, the button scroll back with pierced carved splats above a stuffover seat on turned legs and castors £30-50
60.     A reproduction crossbanded mahogany chest of drawers with two short and three long drawers, on bracket feet, 61cm wide £20-30
61.     A 19th century rosewood and brass bound writing box, with fitted interior 35cm wide £30-50
62.     A 19th century mahogany and brass bound writing box, with fitted interior and side drawer, 50cm wide £40-60
63.     A Victorian carved oak hall chair, the oval upholstered vine carved back above turned fluted legs and stretchers £10-15
64.     A harlequin set of ten George III style mahogany dining chairs, all with pierced vase shape splats and cabriole legs (10) £60-80
65.     An Eastern brass circular tray, on a turned folding stand 57.5cm diameter £20-30
66.     A nest of three mahogany and satinwood crossbanded occasional tables, with ring turned legs, and a carved mahogany dining chair with upholstered back and turned legs (2) £30-50
67.     A set of four late George III mahogany shield back dining chairs with pierced vase shape splats, drop-in seats and square tapering legs joined by stretchers £60-80
68.     A pair of early 19th century mahogany rail back dining shairs, with square tapering legs joined by stretchers, and a George III style shield back chair (3) £20-30
69.     Two George III elm carver dining chairs, with pierced vase shape splats and square legs joined by stretchers and a single dining chair similar (3) £100-150
70.     A George III mahogany carver dining chair, with pierced vase shape splat and moulded square legs joined by stretchers £30-50
71.     An Edwardian inlaid mahogany tub armchair on square tapering legs £30-40
72.     A late George III mahogany chest of drawers, with two short over three long graduated drawers on later outsplayed bracket feet, 109cm wide £70-100
73.     A milking stool, on three turned legs, 34cm high £30-40
74.     A 1920s beech display cabinet with glazed door and sides on cabriole legs 57cm wide £15-20
75.     A red lacquered circular occasional table, the top decorated with Japanese design of birds and flowers with Mount Fiji, the frieze with four hinged compartments on four flat cabriole legs, 45cm diameter £40-60
76.     A pair of 18th century style oak stools, with fluted frieze and turned legs, stamped 'Made by W.V Heasman of Maidenhead' £70-80
77.     An 18th century style oak stool, with moulded frieze and turned legs, stamped 'Made by W.V. Heasman of Maidenhead' £35-45
78.     A late Victorian parquetry top side table, with two frieze drawers on turned legs and pot castors, 71.5cm wide, 50cm deep, 72cm high £20-30
79.     A 17th century style walnut barley-twist arm chair, with high upholstered back, stuff-over seat and turned legs £60-80
80.     A 1920s mahogany mantelpiece, with inset shelf and moulded supports, 135cm wide £60-80
81.     A 1920s brass framed wall mirror, rectangular with hammered effect, and another Art Deco wall mirror (2) £40-60
82.     An Edwardian walnut window table, the shaped top on reeded supports with cabriole legs joined by an undershelf 68cm diameter £50-70
83.     A brass dinner gong, in a late Victorian oak frame, 93cm high £40-60
84.     A late Victorian Anglo - Japanese style four fold fire screen with pierced panels and foliate design, each panel 25.5cm x 84cm £40-60
85.     A mahogany baluster form jardiniere stand, with circular top and tripod base, 106.5cm high £10-20
86.     A George I style walnut wall mirror, the fret carved scroll over a shaped plate 77cm x 31cm £30-50
87.     A 19th century elm candle box, with lozenge inlaid sliding front, 56.5cm high £40-60
88.     An 18th century oak coffer, the hinged lid over a later carved four panel front, 164cm wide, 59cm deep, 71cm high £250-350
89.     An early 19th century mahogany and brass bound writing box, of rectangular form with adjustable reading slope, baize lined writing surface and drawer to the side, the fitted interior with detachable candleholders, 55.5cm wide, 28cm deep, 17.5cm high £100-150
90.     A late 17th century oak dresser and rack, the stepped two tier rack with later parts, over a dresser with two panelled drawers on turned bulbous legs joined by stretchers, 137cm wide, 184cm high £80-120
91.     A Batheaston Chairmakers Windsor chair, commemorating the marriage of HRH The Prince of Wales to the Lady Diana Spencer, limited edition 23 of 300, carved with Prince of Wales feathers and the Spencer coat of arms, on turned legs with crinoline stretcher, with accompanying certificate £150-200
92.     A 19th century French giltwood salon suite comprising a canape and two fauteuils, the rose carved crests over upholstered backs in ribbon carved surrounds, the acanthus carved arms on turned fluted legs £500-700
93.     A set of six oak Art Deco dining chairs with cream leatherette upholstery, the wavy sold backs on moulded cabriole legs £200-300
94.     A 1920s Art Deco mahogany extending dining table, the square top with canted carved corners on a panelled tapering pedestal 115cm x 127cm with two later leaves £300-500
95.     A fine Edwardian crossbanded satinwood Sutherland table, the canted rectangular top on rail supports and carved legs, the leaf supports on brass castors, 69cm wide £300-500
96.     An early 19th century oak dresser with rack, the rack with original hooks over three frieze drawers, and two short drawers on turned legs joined by stretchers, as found, 181cm wide x 212cm high £400-600
97.     A George IIi oak Duodarn court cupboard, the moulded cornice with turned pendants over a pair of ogee arched cupboard doors over a base with two frieze drawers and panelled cupboard doors on bracket feet 116cm wide 184.5cm high £500-800
98.     An early 19th century mahogany linen press, the triangular pediment over ring turned pilasters and panelled doors, above two short and two long drawers on bracket feet, the interior converted to hanging space, 121cm wide, 221cm high £300-500
99.     A George III mahogany bureau, the sloping fall enclosing pigeonholes and drawers over three long graduated drawers on bracket feet, 99cm wide £150-200
100.    A George II style twin pedestal mahogany dining table, by Brights of Nettlebed, the top on turned stems each on tripod cabriole legs, 114cm wide, 274cm long with two extra leaves, and a set of eight Queen Anne style dining chairs by Brights of Nettlebed (7) £400-600
101.    An early 19th century style mahogany breakfront side cabinet by Brights of Nettlebed, with slide over a pair of panelled doors flanked four graduated drawers either side on a plinth base 177cm wide £100-150
102.    A George III mahogany bureau, the sloping fall enclosing a fitted interior over two short and three long graduated drawers on bracket feet, 122cm wide 54cm deep £70-100
103.    An early Victorian rosewood foldover card table, the frieze with acanthus carved panel on a turned tapering stem, platform base and pad feet with castors, 91cm wide, 45cm deep £120-180
104.    An 18th century coffer, the hinged lid enclosing a candle box above a feather carved frieze and inlaid lozenge five panel front 164cm wide, 61cm deep, 64cm high £300-400
105.    A George III mahogany corner armchair with pierced vase shape splats, drop in seat and carved tapering leg on a club foot £300-400
106.    A mid Victorian rosewood lady's armchair, the scrolling upholstered back and arms, on carved cabriole legs with pot castors £120-180
107.    A Danish teak desk by Tibergaard Design, with three drawers and kneehole shelf, opposed by a shelf on the rear, 116cm wide, 62cm deep 73cm high, and a tub armchair (2) £100-150
108.    An oak refectory table, possibly 19th century, the rectangular top on two carved cup and cover supports on moulded feet joined by a stretcher 215cm long 92cm wide 75cm high £200-300
109.    A George III mahogany chest on chest, the cavetto moulded cornice over two short and three long graduated drawers, the base with three further long graduated drawers, on bracket feet 119cm wide, 179.5cm high, 58cm deep £400-600
110.    A Victorian slate and malachite mantel clock, with drum top, the twin train movement striking on a bell, 30cm wide, and another mantel clock (2) £20-30
111.    A mahogany longcase clock, by Fenclocks, Suffolk, the brass dial with lunar arch over a glazed trunk door, the three train movement striking on gongs, 188cm high £100-150
112.    A Victorian style brass effect mantel clock, the pierced case with seated figures, modern single train movement, 36cm high £15-20
113.    A Victorian slate clock of architectural form with dome and fluted plasters, the twin train movement striking on a gong 39cm wide and another Victorian mantel clock (2) £20-30
114.    An Edwardian inlaid oak timepiece of waisted form 20cm high £30-40
115.    A lancet arched mahogany timepiece, with enamel dial and brass pad feet 22cm high, and a Victorian beech mantel clock with single train movement £40-60
116.    A 19th century French satinwood mantel clock, the brass dial with subsidary seconds dial over a mercury thermometer, the twin train movement striking on a gong, within a glass dome (broken) 49cm high £200-300
117.    A late Victorian brass anniversary clock with rotating pendulum and glass dome 30cm high £60-80
118.    A late Victorian brass mantel clock, the enamelled dial with dead beat escapement, the twin train movement with mercury pendulum and striking on a gong, 28cm high £80-120
119.    A late Victorian large slate and marble mantel clock, with gilt scroll highlights and exposed escapement to the dial, the French twin train movement striking on a gong 50.5cm high and another slate clock 25cm high (2) £40-60
120.    An early 19th century stained wood longcase clock, the moulded dentil cornice over a square painted dial, painted with a rose and flowers inscribed with G. Uglow, Stratton and with a date aperture, the 30 hour movement with countwheel mechanism striking on a bell, 11 inch dial, 197cm high £100-150
121.    A Persian runner with three dark medallions on a red field with multiple border 316cm x 117cm £80-120
122.    A Persian Heriz runner, the red and ivory medallions on an ivory field within a multiple border 315cm x 99cm £80-120
123.    A Kashmir design rug, the red medallion on an ivory field filled with flowers and birds, within blue spandrels and multiple borders 187cm x 117cm £50-70
124.    *A Zeigler style rug, with red palmettes within a red border 190cm x 134cm £40-50
125.    A green Bokhara style runner, with eighteen rows of two guls, 83cm x 260cm £30-40
125A.   *A Bokhara style carpet, with sand field and seven rows of guls in a multiple border, 199 x 284cm £80-100
126.    A Persian style runner, the black field with medallions and allover lattice design within a multiple border, 306 x 83cm £80-120
126A.   *A Heriz style rug, with red field, central medallion and sand spandrels, in a foliate scroll border 240cm x 160cm £70-90
127.    A red Bokhara style runner, with a single row of fourteen guls within a multiple border 197cm x 65cm £20-30
127A.   *A Keshan style rug, with dark blue field, red medallion and sand spandrels in a scroll border, 240cm x 160cm £70-90
128.    An Indian Tree of Life carpet with eight rows of eight panels within a multiple border, 316cm x 241cm £200-300
129.    A Kazak rug, the dark blue field with red medallion and spandrals with allover floral decoration within a multiple border, 227cm x 136cm £60-80
130.    A Mercerised cotton wall hanging after Paul Klee, with Carpet Weavers Association certificate, 76cm x 95cm £40-60
131.    A Royal Keshan 'Senna' design carpet, the green field with all over foliate design within multiple borders, 300 x 200cm £100-150
132.    An European wool carpet, the ivory field with rose spray centre and spandrels within a green foliate scroll border 185cm x 284cm £30-50
133.    An European wool carpet, the ivory field with rose spray centre and spandrels within a green foliate scroll border, 185cm x 284cm £30-50
134.    A collection of bookplates, steel engravings and other prints, mostly 19th century (22) £30-40
135.    M. Church
Continental town scene
Oil on canvas, signed
60cm x 90cm £10-15
136.    Christopher Holden
"Burnt Tree - 1965"
Three colour wood block
signed artist's proof on the mount IIII/IV
36 x 49cm £15-20
137.    19th century British School
Two figures in a boat at low tide, and a breakwater - a pair
Watercolours, unsigned
9cm x 20cm (2) £20-30
138.    H. Shireson
Canadian Autumn river scene
Watercolour, signed and dated verso 1902
18.5cm x 26cm and another watercolour of flowers (2) £30-40
139.    20th Century
Figures rowing on a tree lined river
oil on canvas
29 x 49 cm
and
Autumnal tree lined lanes - a pair
35 x 25 cm (3) £60-80
140.    Anna O'Hara
Girl drinking from a beaker
Gouache, signed and dated 1995
Labelled 'The Connoisseur' verso
22cm x 14.5cm and a watercolour of a cottage, signed Albert Proctor 27.5cm x 32.5cm (2) £30-40
141.    Jonathan Sainsbury
Gun dogs beating pheasants
a pair of limited edition prints.
Signed and numbered 521/600 in pencil. £20-30
142.    Reginald Smith
Portrait of race horse 'The Likely Lad'
Watercolour, signed and dated '71
33cm x 45.5cm
And an oil study of a nude (2) £30-50
143.    V. Roth
Still Life of Flowers
Oil on board, signed and dated 1947
33.5cm x 43.5cm £30-40
144.    Myles Tonks (1890-1960)
Moored boats
Watercolour, signed, labelled 'View at Mousehole, Cornwall' verso
19cm x 30cm £40-60
145.    Jonathan Brown
Lester Piggott seated on Crepello, trained by Noel Murless, winner of 1957 Derby
Watercolour, monogrammed in pencil
22cm x 27cm £20-30
146.    L. Carlisle
A pair of Highland views with heather in blossom
Gouache, signed
9.5cm x 18cm £40-50
147.    Two photographic prints of London Icons - a telephone box and a bus outside Westminster Palace 90cm x 60cm (2) £50-70
148.    John Astrop
Abstract in red and taupe
Acrylic on canvas
90cm square, unframed £30-50
149.    H.A.K.
Landscape with cattle grazing
Pastel, initialled
27cm x 34.5cm
and a triptych set of prints depicting buildings (4) £20-30
150.    Ed McLachlan
A cartoon of Noah's Ark with the caption 'Lets face it - if he's wrong about this, he could be wrong about everything!'
Ink and white, signed and dated 2012
36.5cm x 54cm £30-50
151.    Amy Hole
Six watercolours, including Winchester Cathedral and river scenes, some signed or initialled, and a portrait of Charles Gore contained in a bible (7) £30-50
152.    After Henri Lassiers
Dutch figures in clogs - a pair
Lithographs published by DeRycker and Mendel
32cm x 42cm (2) £30-40
153.    After Peter de Wint
'A View of Oxford from the West'
A colour print
30cm x 46cm
and another after Wiliam Turner
'Oxford in floodtime from Old Botley' £30-40
154.    Two French cartoons from La Caricature Journal, the Emperor as an elephant seated on a sheep, and Mme Monarchie 23cm x 26cm and a pair of 19th century handcoloured mezzotints depicting the Three Graces, 28cm diameter (4) £20-30
155.    Becillo
A ship in full sail
Oil on canvas, signed
50cm x 60cm
And two other paintings of ships at sail (3) £60-80
156.    David Pritchard
Figures outside thatched cottages - a pair
Watercolours, signed
35cm x 27cm £50-70
157.    M. Germain
Market Scene
Oil on canvas, signed
19cm x 24cm
And another by the same artist
24cm x 19cm (2) £20-30
158.    Armand Mathey
A pair of French Romantic scenes
Hand coloured etchings, one signed in pencil
28cm x 22cm (2) £40-60
159.    After David Shepherd
A family of giraffes
Lithograph
The mount signed by the artist and inscribed 'To Salomé, my best wishes' £30-40
160.    After Sir William Russell Flint
'Red Background' Lithograph published by Adam Collection Ltd,
Limited edition copy of 750, blind stamp
34cm x 48cm
And after Luigi Kasimir
Courtyard at Seebenstein Castle
Colour etching, unframed
40cm x 56.5cm (2) £30-40
161.    After William Hogarth
'And as he reasoned of righteousness, temperance and judgement to come, Felix trembled' - a pair
Copper engraving from original in Lincoln's Inn Hall, published Feb 5, 1752, 42cm x 52cm (2) £30-50
162.    Gillian Burrows
The Cartier boutique in Bond Street, London
Signed limited edition print 100/600 with blind stamp
40cm x 30cm £20-30
163.    After Rosina Wachtmeister
'Goccioline d'Oglio'
Print with applied metal
74cm x 51cm £50-70
164.    George P James after George Romney
Portrait of Lady Hamilton
Messotint, signed in pencil
45cm x 36.5cm £30-50
165.    Richard Beer
Oxford Spires
Etching and aquatint
Signed and numbered 101.150 in pencil
58.5cm x 43cm £30-50
166.    Martin Hardie
Cattle lying under trees
Watercolour, signed
37cm x 28cm £30-50
167.    Six etchings of group portraits by Dutch Old Masters, largest 13cm x 26cm (6) £60-80
168.    Albrecht Burchard
A View of Pozzuoli
Watercolour, labelled verso with attribution presented to Mr and Mrs K.S. Butler by their friends of the British Consulate General, Naples, 1 Sept 1977
23cm x 41cm £40-60
169.    Dutch School
Barges on an estuary
Oil on board
11.5cm x 17cm £20-30
170.    19th century English School
Study of a cockerel
Watercolour
12cm x 13.5cm £20-30
171.    Leo Klein Von Diepold 1865-1944
Bust length portrait of fishermen
Pastel and charcoal, signed
45cm x 32.5cm
The artist is credited to have translated Vincent Van Gogh's letters to his brother Theo from Dutch to German £60-80
172.    A collection of oil paintings, including a copy of the Laughing Cavalier by Frans Hals, moonlight scenes and other Dutch paintings, and five tapestries £30-50
173.    A Japanese watercolour of a craftsman repairing a parasol, and another of a fan salesman, stamped, 37cm x 27cm (2) £60-80
174.    After Basil Nightingale
'Doing a Bit 'On Her Own'' - a horse rearing during a hunt
Print
23cm x 35.5cm £10-15
175.    H. Durrant
Boats in an estuary
Watercolour, signed
28.5cm x 44.5cm £60-80
176.    A county map of Westmorland by Johannes Blaeu, Westmoria Comitatus Angice, hand-coloured with Dutch text verso 38cm x 50cm £20-30
177.    Viola Peacock
'Rhododendrons'
Watercolour
Signed and dated 1980
The Mall Galleries label verso
52.5cm x 39.5cm £20-30
178.    Early 19th century school
Boats on a river
Monochrome watercolour
29cm x 43.5cm £60-80
179.    After W.J. Shayer
A pair of coaching prints - The First Change Up' and 'The Last Change Down'
27cm x 39cm
and a print of Christ signed John Saddler (3) £40-60
180.    20th Century
Autumnal trees around a pond
oil on board, indistinctly signed
48cm x 68cm £30-50
181.    After John Ogilby
The road from Oxford to Chichester
Hand coloured engraving
36cm x 43cm
And after Emanuel Bowen road map of Chichester and Southampton (2) £50-70
182.    After J. Dower
A map of The United States
34cm x 41cm
A map of the British Empire, and a map of Reading (3) £40-60
183.    After Christopher and John Greenwood
Maps of Wiltshire and Middlesex with depictions of the cathedrals
54cm x 65cm (2) £80-120
184.    A pair of early 19th century silhouettes of a couple, both signed Tunville, in ebonised frames, 10cm x 7.5cm £60-80
185.    John Assinder
An Exmoor Farm under stormy skies
Watercolour, signed
32cm x 47cm
And a gouache painting of a house inscribed Knightshayes
30cm x 50cm (2) £40-60
186.    Paul Richardson
Figure standing by a pond with cottage beyond
Oil on canvas, signed
60cm x 90cm £100-150
187.    J. Stafford
Trees by a river - a pair
Watercolour and white, signed
19cm x 9.5cm and another of a lane (3) £10-15
188.    After L.S. Lowry
'The Auction'
Limited edition unsigned print, with Michael Stewart blind stamp numbered 36/850,
42cm x 53cm £100-120
189.    Ellis Silas
Tug boat and merchant ship
Watercolour and white
Signed
34 x 36cm £100-150
190.    •L.S. Lowry (1887-1976)
The Fever Van
Colour print
Signed in pencil and with blind stamp
42cm x 51.5cm
Subject to ARR £1000-1500
191.    Henry John (Sylvester) Stannard (1870-1951)
Children playing in a stream
Watercolour
Signed Sylvester Stannard, remnant of label verso 'A Sunny Autumn Day,
Ampthill Park'
25cm x 35cm £100-150
192.    Henry John (Sylvester) Stannard (1870-1951)
Chickens outside a thatched farm cottage
Watercolour
Signed Silverster Stannard
24cm x 34cm £150-200
193.    Henry John (Sylvester) Stannard (1870-1951)
A profile self portrait
Oil on board
Labels verso
24.5cm x 18cm £200-300
194.    D. Pears
A tall mast ship in full sail
Oil on canvas, signed
50cm x 76cm £30-50
195.    Reginald Standish - Hartrick (1864-1950)
Half length portrait of a seated girl
Oil on canvas
Signed and dated 18?;
45cm x 35cm £200-300
196.    •Dorothy Margaret and Elizabeth May Alderson
'Leicester' - racehorse in stables
Watercolour, signed D.M. & E.M. Alderson
32cm x 44cm
May be subject to ARR £200-300
197.    John Charlton (1849 - 1917)
Girl riding a grey pony side saddle on an autumnal wooded lane
Oil on canvas, signed and dated Oct. 1879
Labelled verso Croxdale Hall
The girl is believed to be May Rogerson. John Rogerson rented Croxdale Hall with the opening of a new colliery in the County Durham village.
127cm x 102cm £3000-5000
198.    •Sir Stanley Spencer (1891-1959)
Pencil study
On lined paper
Stanley Spencer studio sale stamp verso
11cm x 12cm
May be subject to ARR £180-250
199.    Sir Stanley Spencer
Pencil study of figures
On card, label for Abbot & Holder verso 'Prov. Artists Studio sale, Christie's'
13.5cm x 8.5cm
May be subject to ARR £200-250
200.    Sir Stanley Spencer
A study for the Christ Preaching at Cookham Regatta series
Pencil on lined paper
Labelled verso bought at Studio sale in 1998 and stamped Stanley Spencer Studio sale
10cm x 13cm
May be subject to ARR £200-250
201.    Sir Stanley Spencer
Study group of Angels
Pencil on lined paper
Stanley Spencer Studio sale stamp verso
12.5cm x 19.5cm
May be subject to ARR £220-280
202.    An ebony bust of a lady, possibly Kenyan 26cm high £15-20
203.    Two brass table lights, a brass pestle and mortar and a chamberstick £30-50
204.    A copper preserve pan, a brass pan and a copper warming pan (3) £30-40
205.    Three spelter figures depicting the Arts (3) £60-80
206.    A Dutch inlaid oval table mirror 37.5cm high, and a brass oil lamp £20-30
207.    A folding silk screen on a brass detachable stand, fits into a red leather case, formerly from a vintage Rolls Royce, 41 cm high £170-190
208.    An Indian brass charger, the centre depicting figures and a seated child, within a border depicting figures holding a multi-headed serpent, 38cm diameter £120-130
209.    A coloured bronze figure of a sheep, unmarked, 16cm high £40-60
210.    A Benin bronze head, 25cm high £80-100
211.    A bronze figure of a crab, 14cm high £60-80
212.    A bronze singing bowl and stick, 11cm diameter £40-60
213.    A Danish red cameo glass panel depicting a castle over a bridge 19cm x 15cm and two painted glass panels each depicting a lady and gentleman 37cm x 31cm £100-150
214.    A miniature brass cannon on a metal carriage, 34cm long £50-70
215.    A pair of Edwardian fabric floral displays with gilt vases under glass domes and inlaid circular bases (2) 59cm high £70-100
216.    A Victorian beadwork and tapestry panel of roses and foliage, framed
40cm x 44cm £30-40
217.    A set of four brass candlesticks, three pairs of brass candlesticks, four other candlesticks and a brass candle snuffer and tray £60-80
218.    Two copper planters of oval form and a copper saucepan on three feet (3) £40-60
219.    An Edwardian brass three light chandelier with Art Deco glass shades 54cm diameter and a 1920s frosted glass ceiling light (2) £100-150
220.    A 1920s frosted glass ceiling light with poppy decoration, another with stepped shade £20-30
221.    An Art Deco three light chandelier with globular shades 60cm high £40-60
222.    A four light brass electrolier, a brass table light and a set of brass fire irons £30-50
223.    An Arts and Crafts brass wall mounted water container, with heart motifs and brass tap, 28cm wide x 32cm deep £30-40
224.    A late Victorian brass fire fender, with pierced decoration 126cm wide £40-60
225.    A Victorian Art Nouveau style triptych firescreen with mirrored panels painted with floral designs £40-60
226.    A black tin box, and a Byron typewriter and a tripod table £15-20
227.    A late Victorian carved oak stationery box, the sloping twin hinged lid carved with sunflowers, above a carved drawer enclosing a fitted interior, 35cm wide £40-60
228.    A fruitwood four section tea tower, in the form of spice tower with compartments for Assam, Darjeeling, Earl Grey and Breakfast 18cm high £20-30
229.    A canvas and wood cabin trunk, and four various suitcases £30-50
230.    A pair of clear resin stepped table lamps, 46.5cm high, and two other table lamps £30-50
231.    A pair of black column table lamps, with brass capitals, 57cm high £30-40
232.    Various lead figures including William Grant & Son, Britain's and others, Hot Wheels die-cast vehicles and others
To be sold to benefit Age Concern £25-35
233.    Books: Westwood Ho! by Charles Kingsley, leather bound with crest for St Loe's School, Macmillan 1890; An Alphabetical Index of all the Cities, Towns and Remarkable Villages in England and Wales, leather bound, early 18th century, and three other books £15-20
234.    A pair of 1900/1910 opera glasses, mounted in ivory together with a brass Corinthian column style oil lamp, converted to electricity, 68cm high £30-40
235.    Two 19th century waffle irons, with lattice pattern, one dated 1868 £60-80
236.    An Indian brass hilted sword, with velvet scabbard, length of blade 79cm long £20-30
237.    A softwood Kobe automata toy, of a figure in a boat eating, c 1880, 20cm long £160-180
238.    A Keil Kraft Chief model glider, sealed in original box £60-80
239.    A Keil Kraft Invader model glider, sealed in original box
£30-40
240.    An 'O' Gauge Hornby goods train set, no.20, BR livery No. 60985, with key, etc., in original box £50-60
241.    Three patinated bronze figures, 1980s, 68cm high £90-100
242.    A leg of meat holder, Masons for Harrods, Mandalay pattern, c.1930, 17cm diameter £20-30
243.    Shoe bags, Brunello Cylinelli x 3, Visuim, Hogan x 2, Jimmy Choo x 4, Church's x 2, Todsy x 3 £10-20
244.    A Nuts and bolts model of a tractor, 21cm high £20-30
245.    Forty 45 rpm single records, 1970s £20-30
246.    A B.B.C. 'The Ark' branded leather bag £20-30
247.    A scarab beetle in small box £60-80
248.    Fox's head scarf knot, yellow metal case £60-80
249.    A shoulder bag with Haynes VW Transporter design £20-30
250.    King stamp album £20-30
251.    Two American Indian beadwork mats, 11 and 15.5cm diameter £30-40
252.    An Elizabeth II Africa General Service Medal with Kenya bar to 21041966 CFN 1st class B.G. Child REME and a 1939-1960 National Service for Crown & Country and a General Service Cross £100-150
253.    A Corgi model of a Thornycroft T Type bus, a 1:43 model of a Jaguar E-type by Atlas Editions and a pair of 10cm x 50cm binoculars £15-20
254.    A scratch built waterline scale model of the Angelina cruising yacht, 123cm long and a model of a lifeboat (2) £200-300
255.    A Tri-ang Hornby OO gauge The Freightmaster train set, with blue BR livery diesel loco no.D5572, Tri-ang toys/Pedigree Prams truck, U.D. tanker and five other goods trucks, in original boxes £20-30
256.    Corgi die-cast models, six from the 007 Definitive Bond Collection, a 1:43 special edition James Bond Aston Martin, another Corgi Aston Martin, James Bond Lotus Espirit and two from Die Another Day (11) £60-80
257.    A collection of Lledo/ Days Gone die-cast models of vehicles and other die-cast models (36) £50-70
258.    A Dinky Captain Scarlet SPV, other Captain Scarlet and Stingray die-cast models, and various loose Corgi vehicles £30-40
259.    A Matchbox Thunderbirds commemorative set, various other Thunderbirds figures, Doctor Who Bessie Car (Corgi) and Joe 90 special agent kit £20-30
260.    Three Nike Plus sports watches and five other electronic fitness wristbands, used (8) £10-15
261.    A Rowney table top artist's easel, another, and a box of artist's materials £20-30
262.    A German Bisque head doll marked ABi no. 1362, with closing blue eyes and teeth, composite body, restored, and two other Pedigree dolls, a double sided bisque doll, one side sleeping, the other angry, bisque body damaged, and another with a soft body (5) £20-30
263.    Books: Our Beautiful Homeland, E. Godfrey, S. Heath, W. Jerrold, W. Higgens, painted by Ernest W. Haslehurst, published by Gresham seven volumes, and Beautiful Ireland, by Stephen Gwynn, painted by Alex Williams (8) £10-15
264.    A 'Midsize' bowler hat, labelled Law's, Newton Abbot, cased £20-30
265.    A replica samurai sword, made for Franklin Mint, with 'The Sword of the Samurai' certificate and stand, blade 76cm long £120-180
266.    A replica Sanurai sword, made for Franklin Mint, with 'The Sword of the Samurai' certificate and stand, (lacks leather stamps) blade 76cm long £120-180
267.    A set of four Jacques of London 'Jackfinder' Crown Green bowls and a pair of shoes in a fitted case £20-30
268.    Books: Heath Robinson's Book of Goblins, published by Hutchinson & Co, seven colour plates £30-50
269.    Vinyl LPs, various 1970s including The Kinks, Elton john, Neil Young, David Bowie, Carly Simon, Led Zeppelin, Jethro Tull, Don McLean, Steely Dan, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Cream, Roxy Music, Fairport Convention, Joe Cocker and others (60) £60-80
270.    A Euming P8 Phonomaic projector and manuals for Bolex Reflex P3 camera £10-15
271.    Three Chinese canes, one carved with dogs head and ball, the other two carved with the heads of elders, and a swordstick (4) £40-60
272.    The central hub of a propeller blade, believed to be from a Sopwith Camel, stamped 02 1083, 22.5cm diameter £20-30
273.    A 1920s bone and bamboo Mah Jong set by H.P. Gibson & Sons, with score card and brochure £70-100
274.    Sixteen various violin bows, including one ivory, all as found, in violin case £10-20
275.    A violin, labelled Ch.J.B. Collin Mezin Fils Mirecourt 1933, length of back 36cm, cased with two bows £100-200
276.    A viola, labelled Jofredus Cappa Fecit Salutus anno 1686, length of back 40cm, with bow stamped Swiss made and oak case labelled W.E. Hill & Sons, and John & Arthur Beare £400-600
277.    An early 19th century dress, possibly French, embroidered with vines of pink and white flowers, now in parts, with letter of provenance dated 1870 £100-150
278.    A collection of embroidered lace, mostly Victorian £60-80
279.    Four wooden jointed dolls, one in a pink dress, 46.5cm high, another possibly 19th century 38cm high £60-80
280.    A doll's house in pale blue, Georgian Town house style, with figures and fittings, including conservatory, 82.5cm high, 62cm wide £60-80
281.    A Hornby O gauge tank passenger set no.41 with clockwork BR engine no.382011, two carriages and guards van, boxed £40-60
282.    A Victorian taxidermy red squirrel, cased 27.5cm high, and another of a kingfisher (2) £40-60
283.    An Edwardian silk and Irish lace eiderdown 238cm x 213cm, an Edwardian lace shawl, approx 5m long, various lace tablemats £70-100
284.    Eight horn handled riding crops, many with silver collars £100-150
285.    A collection of twelve flags, some on canes, including Girl Guide and Commonwealth flags £60-80
286.    A pair of mounted antlers, with plaque inscribed R.W.R. Gobernuisgach 3rd October 1935 £30-50
287.    A split cane fly fishing rod, with two end pieces, a net and a horn handled cane £30-40
288.    A BSA air rifle, no. 43291 £80-120
289.    A Damask table cloth 18ft x 12ft and 18 napkins, some dated 1906 £60-80
290.    A three quarter length faux fur coat £20-30
291.    A brass eyepiece £20-30
292.    A leather bound and brass single draw telescope, mounted with a panel of signal flags, 5cm diameter £60-80
293.    A small collection of collectables to include powder horn corkscrew, a pipe (possibly Black Forest) and a cased pipe possibly amber £50-70
294.    A brass single drawer pocket telescope 2.5cm diameter £20-30
295.    A 19th century Royal Navy officers sword, with shagreen handle and leather scabbard, the blade and scabbard inscribed Dudley Grande Parade, Portsmouth, length of blade 76cm £200-300
296.    A swagger stick for the Royal Berkshire Regiment 68cm long £60-80
297.    A silver topped cane and a 'tipple stick' with brass eagle form handle (2) £30-40
298.    A Kukri with single sharpening blade and leather scabbard £40-60
299.    A Royal Osbourne rose pattern part tea service, including six cups, saucers and side plates and a serving plate £10-15
300.    A Mary Gregory glass bottle (lacks stopper), a vaseline glass small vase, Old Country Roses cup and plate and other ceramics together with a Royal Doulton Bunnykins bowl and other ceramics and glassware £15-20
301.    Offenbach: A collection of late 19th and early 20th century sheet music of Jacques Offenbach's works, approx 75
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £100-150
302.    Offenbach: Two Libretto for La Grande Duchesse de Gerolstein, Boosey & Co 1867-1868. another two published 1867, John A. Gray & Green NY, and 1868, Genevieve de Brabant, Oliver Ditson & Co NY, a set of Barbe Bleue Stereoscopic cards, a Libretto for Tromb-al-ca-zar published Thomas Hailes Lacy, and various magazines on Jaques Offenbach
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £20-30
303.    Offenbach: Eighteen Carte de Visite photographs of Jaques Offenbach, other photos and images of the composer and other photographs of associated performers and performances
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £30-50
304.    Offenbach: A collection of theatre programmes including First Night of Madame Favart at the Royal Strand Theatre 1879 (x2), Royal Opera Comique The Strand, Gaiety Theatre, St James's Theatre, Royal Alhambra Theatre, Globe Theatre, National Theatre Holborn, Her Majesty's Theatre, also Globe Theatre Boston (2), mostly late 1860s, 1870s, approx 140
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia
£120-180
305.    Offenbach: A handwritten musical manuscript, words and music, 13 bars, 'Passe demain a toi ma vie, Le soir nous irons au Prado La nuit nous fêterons l'orgie au fond de notre Eldorado', with French Ministry of Culture certificate
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £200-300
306.    Offenbach: A handwritten account of payments to M. Offenbach for copyright of La Grande Duchese first night in England Nov 28 1867, (£40) and other consecutive nights on a weekly basis, payments adjusted 'for error' made by forgetfulness of the agreement to Mr Boosey, also payment of copyright of Robinson Crusoe first performance in Paris (£40) ink on blue paper
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £60-80
307.    Offenbach: A handwritten letter by Jaques Offenbach on monogrammed note paper dated 12 July 1872 to Monsieur Silon? in Vienna with envelope; and a letter written on behalf of Offenbach dated 18 Decembre 1869 on paper impressed H.O. signed by the composer (2)
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £200-300
308.    Offenbach: A handwritten letter by Jacque Offenbach 'Dear friend, I stayed out so late last night at the Gaité that it was too late to warn Nuiter? So try to stop by and see me at least, I wont go out all day. I have few words to change in Judie's Round' and another letter to M. Perrin on Theatre des Bouffes Parisiens paper (2)
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £200-300
309.    Offenbach: A contract for copyright between Jacques Offenbach and Charles & John Boosey for Vert-Vert a comic opera in three acts dated April 1869, signed by Madame Offenbach
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £120-180
310.    Offenbach: A handwritten musical manuscript, 40 bars, with certificate from French Ministry of culture
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £200-300
311.    Books: Full score of Messa Di Gloria by Giacomo Puccini, biographies of composters including Jacques Offenbach, Scott Joplin, Puccini, Chopin, Beethoven and other music related books
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £30-50
312.    W. S. Gilbert Books: The Lost Stories of W.S. Gilbert, Ed. Peter Haring 1982; W.S. Gilbert A Classic Victorian & His Theatre, Jane W. Stedman 1996; Gilbert, His Life and Strife, Hesketh Pearson Methuen 1957; Gilbert Before Sullivan Six Comic Plays ed. Jane W. Stedman, signed by the author 1971, and others (27)
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £60-80
313.    W.S. Gilbert Books: The 'Bab' Ballards by W.S. Gilbert, John Camden Hotten 1869, with decorated cloth boards; another and more 'Bab' Ballads; George Routledge & Sons, with decorated cloth boards; Fifty 'Bab' Ballads, by the same publisher; and Lost Bab Ballads collected and illustrated by Townley Searle, G.P. Putnam's Sons, Sept 1932 1st edition
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £40-60
314.    Arthur S. Sullivan: Musical scores including The Window (2), The Zoo (2) (reprints) The Music to Shakespeare's Tempest, The Chieftain, Cox and Box, Novello's original octavo editions and the lyrics for Haddon Hall, The Rose of Persia and the Emerald Isle, among others (19)
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £20-30
315.    Arthur S. Sullivan Books: A Victorian Musician, Arthur Jacobs, OUP 1984 (2), The Romance of Arthur Sullivan and Rachel Scott Russell by George S. Emmerson, Galt House 1980; Sir Arthur Sullivan Life-Story, Letters & Reminiscences by Arthur Lawerence, James Young, J.M. Dent & Sons 1971 1st edition and others
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £40-60
316.    Gilbert & Sullivan Books: The D'Oyly Carte Opera Company in Gilbert & Sullivan Operas, a Record of Productions 1875-1961 Michael Joseph 1st edition 1962, The Gilbert & Sullivan Book by Leslie Baily, Spring Books 1967 Gilbert & Sullivan and their World, Leslie Baily 1973 and others (18)
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £40-60
317.    Gilbert & Sullivan Books: The Story of Gilbert & Sullivan or The 'Compleat' Savoyard by Isaac Goldberg, John Murray, London 1928, half leather bound; The First Night Gilbert & Sullivan, edited by Reginald Allen, with Facsimile First Night programmes, The Heritage Press 1958, The Gilbert & Sullivan Journal vols I to V in three bindings (Fed 1925 Oct 1945) and others (21)
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £60-80
318.    Gilbert & Sullivan Books: The Gilbert & Sullivan Birthday Souvenir, Kitty Lofting - the cover impressed 'Presented to the Audience October 31st 1896 in commemoration of 'The Mikado' having passed its 1,000th performance at the Savoy Theatre'; Rutland Barrington by Himself, Grant Richards 1908 and More Rutland Barrington, Grant Richards 1911; A Society Clown, Reminiscences by George Grossmith, Arrowsmith 1888 in hard and paperback (2); King George's Middy by William Gilbert, Roberts Brothers 1871; The Piano and I by George Grossmith, Arrowsmith paperback, 1910 and Piano Scores for The Pirates of Penzance, HMS Pinafore, Utopia Ltd and Princess Ida
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £120-180
319.    London Theatre Books: Practical Guide of Scene Painting by F. Lloyds, George Rowney, with colour plates and samples, A D'Oyly Carte Album 1st and 2nd Editions by Roger Wood, Adam & Charles Black; Gaiety Theatre of Enchantment by W. Macqueen-Pope W.H Allen 1949; 'Good Old Gaiety' An Historiette & Remembrance by John Hollingshead 1903 and others (18)
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £40-60
320.    Gilbert & Sullivan: A Collection of late 19th and early 20th century sheet music by Gilbert & Sullivan and Arthur S. Sullivan (59)
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £60-80
321.    Gilbert & Sullivan: Various research notes on The Savoy Hotel, Richard D'Oyly Carte, Arthur Sullivan, Edward Grieg, and W.S Gilbert including Microfiche of Arthur Sullivan's Diaries 1879 to 1901, postcards, cigarette cards, photos and articles, also St James's Hall popular concerts programmes and analytical remarks 1888, 1889 and 1900, and Sir Arthur Sullivan Society magazines
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £30-50
322.    Gilbert & Sullivan: D' Oyly Carte season souvenir brochures 1921-22, 1926, (The Mikado signed by Lucy Gilbert and Rupert D'Oyly Carte), another 1966 (Patience), 1919-20, 1954, 1958-59, 1961-62, 1968 (The Gondoliers), 1971, 1972 (The Sorcerer), 1932-33, 1929-30, 1924, 1980 North America Tour 1976 and 1978, 1969-70; four illustrated records published by 'The Sphere' and other related material
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £40-60
323.    Gilbert & Sullivan: A collection of provincial theatre and concert programmes, mostly of Gilbert & Sullivan productions including Theatre Royal Manchester May 24th 1886 (American Mikado Company) Theatre Royal Nottingham March 8th 1895 (Ivanhoe) and amateur productions, also two programmes for the Oxford Theatre (1910s) and international programmes including Michael Todd's Hot Mikado 1939
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £30-40
324.    Gilbert & Sullivan: A Collection of London Theatre programmes, including Royal English Opera programmes for Ivanhoe, 1890s, The Basoche (1892) Carl Rosa Opera Company programmes 1870s to 1918 (including provincial programmes), Sadler's Wells The Mikado, Her Majesty's Theatre (1962), Theatre Royal Drury Lane Pirates of Penzance 1982, Scala Theatre 1938 and other souvenir programmes
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £50-70
325.    Gilbert & Sullivan: A collection of D'Oyly Carte programmes and ephemera, mostly at the Savoy Theatre including Utopia Ltd, 18th January 1894 and other 1890s, 1900s productions upto the 1980s (approx 50)
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £120-180
326.    Gilbert & Sullivan: A Savoy Theatre Programme for the Rupert D' Oyly Carte season of Gilbert & Sullivan operas 1929-1930 for the production of the Gondoliers
* The newly renovated Savoy Theatre re-opened with this production from October 21st to November 2nd 1920
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £20-30
327.    Gilbert & Sullivan: Original programmes for Utopia Limited at the Savoy Theatre 27th October and 20th December 1893, 4th May 1894, and two coloured programmes 29th November and 18th December 1893 (5)
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £40-60
328.    Arthur S. Sullivan: Original programmes for Haddon Hall at the Savoy Theatre 25th Nov 1892, 9th December 1892 and two other colour programmes 4th March 1893, 14 October 1892 (incomplete); original programmes for The Vicar of Bray, The Nautch Girl and others all 1890s (15)
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £80-120
329.    Gilbert & Sullivan: Original programmes for The Gondoliers at the Savoy Theatre, the earliest 23rd December 1889 to 2 Feb 1891 (12) and two colour programmes 19 Feb 1890 and 11 Feb 1891
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £100-150
330.    Gilbert & Sullivan: Original programmes for The Yeomen of the Guard at The Savoy Theatre October 1888 to September 1889 (5) and seven card programmes two dated 8 October 1888, one 4th October, others 1888 and 1889 (12)
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £100-150
331.    Gilbert & Sullivan: Original programmes for Ruddigore one dated in pencil July 4th 1887 (with Basil) (4) and two colour programmes dated 26th April 1887 and 28th May 1887 (6)
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £40-60
332.    Gilbert & Sullivan: Original Programmes for The Mikado at the Savoy Theatre, one dated in pencil 14 March 1885, another in pen 19th Sept 1885 (5) and three colour programmes dated 8 June 1885, 30 September 1885 & 30th Jan 1886 (8)
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £80-150
333.    Gilbert & Sullivan: Original programmes for Princess Ida at The Savoy Theatre, one dated in pencil 5 Feb 1884 (7) a gilded card programme, and two coloured card programmes, and a notice of 'the indisposition of Mr Cory James, the part of The Defendant in 'Trial By Jury' will be played by Mr C. Childer-Stone' (11)
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £100-150
334.    Gilbert & Sullivan: Two original programmes for Iolanthe at the Savoy Theatre, Feb-Aug 1883, Matinees at 2.30, and a gilded card programme dated in pencil 12th February 1883, preceded by Mock Turtles 'a new and original Vandeville' (3)
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £40-60
335.    Gilbert & Sullivan: Original programmes for Patience at The Savoy Theatre, in two designs, one dated in pencil 28th October 1882, (4) a card programme (possibly reproduction) and a gilded card programme (6)
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £60-80
336.    Gilbert & Sullivan: Four original programmes for Patience at the Opera Comique, one dated in pen 14th May 1881, another printed June 1881 (matinee performances) (4)
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £60-80
337.    Gilbert & Sullivan: An original programme for The Pirates of Penzance at Opera Comique, preceded by In The Sulks, pictorial cover, cast include George Grossmith, Richard and George Temple, Rutland Barrington and Marion Hood; and a later programme for The Pirates of Penzance at the Savoy Theatre dated 19 April 1888
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £20-30
338.    Gilbert & Sullivan: Three original programmes for the Sorcerer at Opera Comique with impressed border, referring to Mr G Grossmith, Junr. (his first appearance on the stage), two refer to the Thirteenth Morning performance of The Sorcerer Saturday next, the third refers to the Fifteenth morning performance; another pictorial programme of The Sorcerer at Opera Comique (The Graphic Theatrical Programme) and Savoy Theatre programme of The Sorcerer and Trial By Jury 1880s (5)
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert and Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £60-80
339.    Gilbert & Sullivan: Four Original programmes for The Sorcerer at The Savoy Theatre, one dated in ink Saturday afternoon 15th November 1884 (4)
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £40-60
340.    Gilbert & Sullivan: An original programme for Dearer Than Life and Thespis at the Gaiety Theatre, dated in pencil Monday January 29th 1872
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £20-30
341.    Gilbert & Sullivan: Beadle's Singer's Library no. 43: HMS Pinafore; libretto for Box and Cox, Sweethearts, Pygmalion and Galatea, Randall's Thumb, Tom Cobb, Wedding March, Engaged; a German text of The Mikado, vocal score for Ruddygore (3); BBC opera libretto 1928-29 of Ivanhoe (broadcast March 25 and 27 1929); 1891 Guide to Selecting Plays, Samuel French Publishers; and vaious scores of Arthur Sullivan works
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £40-60
342.    Arthur S. Sullivan: Twelve handwritten choral parts for 'O God Thou Art Worthy To Be Praised' six with blind stamp for St Andrews, Well Street, Marylebone, another stamped for St Peters Onslow Gardens.
Especially composed for the wedding of Mr Adrian Hope at St Andrews Well St. June 3rd 1867 (Organist: Joseph Barnby)
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £20-30
343.    Arthur S. Sullivan: The Light of the World an Oratorio first performed at the Birmingham Musical Festival Aug 27 1873, a leather bound score; History of the Leeds Musical Festivals 1858-1889 by Fred R. Spark and Joseph Bennett 1892, Subscribers edition half leather bound Royal Albert Hall concert programmes Saturday Nov 7 1874 to Saturday Dec 26 1874; Concerts of Ancient Music as performed at the New Room, Hanover Square 1845 - printed by Joseph Mallett for Henry Field, leather bound, and another dated 1817. (5)
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £30-40
344.    Arthur S. Sullivan: Original programmes for Promenade Concerts at the Theatre Royal Covent Garden, some musical director Arthur Sullivan (24) other Promenade concert programmes, Colonial and Indian Exhibition Daily programme 1886, programme for State Inauguration of the Imperial Institute 10th May 1893, Leeds Triennial Musical Festival programmes for 1883, 1898, 1874, Crystal Palace Handel Centenary Musical Festival 1859, Royal Albert Hall programmes; Philharmonic Society programmes St James Hall, Piccadilly 1880s
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £40-60
345.    Postcards: Depicting the Crystal Palace after the fire 1936, The Crystal Palace before the fire, including the choir, Great Organ and interiors; The Royal Albert Hall exteriors and interiors, Buckingham Palace, Queens Hall, and portraits of Mr and Mrs Henry Wood (75)
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £60-80
346.    Henry J. Wood: A signed Victorian photograph of the founder of the Proms, inscribed Sincerely yours, with two bars of rest marked Adagio é molto espression, mounted and another later autographed photograph 1930s
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £40-60
347.    Arthur S. Sullivan - a mounted autograph with headed paper fragment, 47 Claverton Terrace, Pimlico S.W. 21 March 1870 Yours Faithfully Arthur S. Sullivan, and a funeral ticket 'Admit Bearer to Enclosure H.S. Nov. 27 1900' inscribed in pencil verso Funeral of Sir Arthur Sullivan at St Pauls
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £60-80
348.    Arthur S. Sullivan: a letter fragment signed by the composer 'Mr Smithe is ill and I have to do all my own correspondence, your list of artists, orchestra etc appears to me to be very satisfactory and I have great pleasure in giving.... (verso) your letter of yesterday's date, yours very truely Arthur Sullivan, Henry Perrin Esq., St Michaels, Coventry'. The letter appears to have been written by another hand and signed by the composer
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £60-80
349.    Arthur S. Sullivan: A signed letter by the composer on National Training School for Music headed paper (Kensington Gore, London S.W.) (crossed out) 'please send me a proof of the enclosed programme as soon as possible, when correct, it should be printed on the inside pages of the announcement of the concert, Arthur Sullivan 9 Albert Mansions S.W.'
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £150-200
350.    Arthur S. Sullivan: A Victorian leather bound autograph book presented to Emily November 29th 1895, mostly Leeds and Bradford related signatures, but also an Arthur Sullivan signature dated Leeds 1898 with inscribed rest bar 'with great expression' and other signatures of artists at the Leeds Festival dated 1901
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £100-150
351.    Gilbert & Sullivan: Various cigarette and trade cards including Players, Ogdens and other related to Gilbert & Sullivan, their works and other noticeable figures
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £20-30
352.    Gilbert & Sullivan: A miscellaneous collection of production photographs, modern postcards and greetings cards; and five P&O Menu cards with Ronald Searle design covers after Gilbert & Sullivan operas
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £30-40
353.    Gilbert & Sullivan: Six lobby cards for 'The Story of Gilbert & Sullivan' London Films starring Robert Morley and Maurice Evans, a Cinegram brochure for the Mikado, a G&S Film starring John Barclay, Kenny Baker and Jean Colin; a press pack for USA release of Topsy Turvy, a Mike Leigh film, with a souvenir fan for the film
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £20-30
354.    Arthur S. Sullivan: Two silk handkerchiefs printed with The Absent Minded Beggar with the words by Rudyard Kipling, a map of Southern Africa and a portrait of Lord Roberts another in cotton, and two brochures of The Absent Minded Beggar published by the Daily Mail
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £40-60
355.    Postcards: Various artists and performers including Tommy Steele, John Ruskin, Bridgette Bardot, Lilly Langtry, Jules Matra, Marie Lloyd, Ethel Irving, Isabel Jay, Decima Moore, Ruth Vincent, Arthur Bourchier, Jessie Bateman and others (approx 130)
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £60-80
356.    Gilbert & Sullivan: Various postcards of early productions and performers, some signed and other postcards signed by performers, including Rutland Barrington, Gertrude Elliot, Nellie Melba, Ruth Vincent, Julia Neilson, Lilian Braithwaite, Mary Anderson, Decima Moore, Louie Pounds, Arthur Bourchier, Henry Lytton, Courtice Pounds, W.J. Penley (approx 140)
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £120-180
357.    Various: A collection of Victorian photographs, mainly of performers and artists, also dignitaries, Royalty, family portraits and topography, and two glass plates (approx 200)
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £250-350
358.    Various including Arthur S. Sullivan: A large collection of Carte de Viste photographs including Arthur Sullivan, Guiseppe Verdi, Richard Wagner, other composers, Charles Dickens, politicians, performers and other portraits (approx 300)
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £300-400
359.    Theatre Posters: Various from West End Productions including Singin' in the Rain (Tommy Steele) Little Me, West Side Story and others (17)
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £10-15
360.    Theatre Posters: Seven 19th century theatre bills including Theatre Royal Covent Garden Feb 18th 1825 (Judas Maccabaeus), Theatre Royal New Adelphi (Helen- Jacques Offenbach) Theatre Royal Drury Lane, and Her Majesty's Theatre Haymarket; four Italian theatre bills, Teatro Costanzi, Roma, 1920s for Pucinni works and other Pucinni related posters
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £30-40
361.    Gilbert & Sullivan: Theatre posters for Tarantara! Tarantara! by Ian Taylor, one signed by cast (8) and reproductions of vintage Gilbert & Sullivan posters and covers (6) (14)
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £20-30
362.    Gilbert & Sullivan: A collection of late 20th century D'Oyly Carte production posters, including Sadlers Wells, 1964 onwards (20)
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £20-30
363.    Gilbert & Sullivan: A 1930s theatre poster for The Mikado or The Town of Titipu 77cm x 51cm and another for The Gondoliers (2)
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £50-70
364.    Gilbert & Sullivan: A 1930 theatre poster for HMS Pinafore or The Lass That Loved a Sailor, and a D'Oyly Carte Opera poster for The Sorcerer designed by H.M Brock 77cm x 51cm (2)
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £50-70
365.    Gilbert & Sullivan: Two 1930s theatre posters for the Pirates of Penzance 77cm x 51cm (2)
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £60-80
366.    Gilbert & Sullivan: A 1920s theatre poster for The Yeomen of the Guard and another for a later production depicting a clown (2) 77cm x 51cm
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia
£50-70
367.    Gilbert & Sullivan: A collection of late 20th century production theatre posters including ENO (The Mikado, Patience and Princess Ida) (33)
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £20-30
368.    Gilbert & Sullivan: A set of theatre posters for the 1960s D'Oyly Carte productions at Sadler's Wells Theatre, designed by Goffin, with programme sheet (10)
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £80-120
369.    Gilbert & Sullivan: Theatre posters for The Yeomen of the Guard, D'Oyly Carte, designed by Dudley Hardy, 77cm x 51cm (3)
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £70-100
370.    Gilbert & Sullivan: Theatre posters for The Yeomen of the Guard, D'Oyly Carte, designed by Dudley Hardy, 77cm x 51cm (2)
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £50-70
371.    Gilbert & Sullivan: A 1920s theatre poster for The Gondoliers, and another for Haddon Hall 77cm x 51cm
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £50-70
372.    Gilbert & Sullivan: A 1930s theatre poster for Iolanthe, 77cm x 51cm and another for the same opera (2)
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £50-70
373.    Gilbert & Sullivan: a 1930s theatre poster for the D' Oyly Carte production of The Lucky Star, designed by Dudley Hardy, and another for The Sorcerer designed by HM Brook (2) 77cm x 51cm
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £60-80
374.    Gilbert & Sullivan: Two 1930s theatre posters for the D'Oyly Carte production of The Sorcerer. designed by H.M Brook, 77cm x 51cm (2)
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £50-70
375.    Postcards: A large collection of postcards, mostly topographical, including views of London, theatres, and the continent
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £60-80
376.    Music Scores: a collection of 19th century music scores including Don Giovanni, The Secret Mine, Quadrille de Punch, Away with Melancholy (M. Mozart) La Polka Qaudrille par Musard and others (19)
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £20-30
377.    Music scores: Various music scores for works by Paolo Tosti and Giacomo Puccini (53)
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £40-60
378.    Music scores: various music scores including Guisseppe Verdi, Donezetti and others, some 19th century and early 20th century (approx 80)
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £60-80
379.    Books: A Philips Map of London for Visitors, 1877, hardbacked (as found); The Panorana of London by T. Allen, 1830 (rebound); Musical Haunts in London by F.G Edwards; The City Temple, Past Present and Future and a reprint of the Grand Panorama of London (5)
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £60-80
380.    Books: Groves Dictionary of Music and Musicians; The Mirror of Music 1844-1944 by Percy A. Scholes and other books on music and other subjects (two boxes)
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £30-50
381.    Books: La Folle Journée ou le Marriage de Figaro, comedie en cinq actes, en prose par M. De Beaumarchais, first performed 27 April 1784, published by Chez Rualt 1785, leather bound; La Sacerdotessa D' Irminsul, Melodramma Eroico in Due Atti, Giovanni Pacini, 1821 (rebound) and Armida, Dramma Per Musica, Torino 1805 (rebound) (3)
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £120-180
382.    A collection of bookplates, 19th century onwards, portraits, theatres, topographical and others
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £20-30
383.    Gilbert & Sullivan and Others: A commemorative programme for a performance in aid of The King George's Pension Fund for Actors and Actresses, Her Majesty's Theatre February 7th 1962; programme for Patriotic Band Festival late 20th century Gilbert & Sullivan programmes; Leeds Centenary Musical Festival 1958 programme; Play Pictorial magazines and others
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £20-30
384.    Theatre Programmes: Sixteen programmes for The Royal Lyceum Theatre, under the management of Henry Irving, including a first night performance for the Dean's Daughter and a St James's Theatre programme for A Patron Saint, under the management and performed by Rutland Barrington (17)
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £30-40
385.    W.S. Gilbert: A collection of theatre programmes for plays written by Gilbert including Pygmalion and Galatea and Comedy & Tragedy at the Royal Lyceum Theatre, Palace of Truth at the Prince's Theatre (Jan 18th 1884), Sweethearts at the Prince of Wales's Royal Theatre, and others (16)
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £30-50
386.    Theatre Programmes: A Jubilee Commemoration programme for Ellen Terry at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, June 12th 1906 including a performance of Trial By Jury; a testimonial performance for Mr Compton at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane 1st March 1877; a programme of the Special Performance given by her brother and sister artists to Miss Linda Thompson at the Lyceum Theatre May 2nd 1899; and prompts copy of Good For Nothing, performed at the Gaiety Theatre Strand, published by Thomas Hailes Lacy
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £50-70
387.    Theatre Programmes: A collection of various London Theatre programmes from the 1850s to the 1950s including The Gaiety Theatre, Theatre Royal Drury Lane, Lyceum Theatre, Lyric Theatre, Globe Theatre, Trafalgar Square Theatre, Prince of Wales Theatre, The Garrick Theatre, The London Pavilion and others (approx 70)
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £60-80
388.    Theatre Programmes: An original production programme for The Mousetrap at the Ambassadors Theatre with Sheila Sim, Richard Attenborough and John Paul, The New Play by Agatha Christie
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £20-30
389.    Theatre Programmes: French Programmes including Folies Bergere 2 October 1894, 28 October 1895, 15 April 1894, 1906-1907 and others (7)
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £30-50
390.    Theatre Programme: A Liverpool Olympia programme for October 25th 1909, the second act being 'The World-Famous Houdini' 'Everybody Invited to bring their own Padlocks'
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £20-30
391.    Theatre Programme: A St James's Theatre programme for the original performance of Lady Windermere's Fan by Oscar Wilde, dated in ink Wednesday 13th July 1892 (the first performance of the play was on 20th February 1892), and a photograph of the lead actors in the play (2)
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £20-30
392.    Theatre tickets: A miscellaneous collection of tickets including Leeds Musical Festival Messiah Sept 11 1858, and again October 10th 1901; Sadler's Wells 1830; Triennial Handel Festival Crystal Palace June 26th 1865 and other ephemera
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £30-40
393.    Theatre Ephemera: Various theatre tickets, cards, clippings and 35mm slides related to the theatre
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £30-50
394.    Autographs: A collection of letters and autographs including Bridget D'Oyly Carte, Doris Zinkeisen, Rt Reverand Willian Walsham (Bishop of Wakefield 1894), German Reed (on Garrick Club paper introducing Arthur Lauriston to the Criterion Theatre Company) Nina Grieg (wife of Edward), Roberto Randepper (with two bars of music 'Peacefully Slumber' March 4 1894), Louis Cbeo, Jno. Buckstone (Theatre Royal Haymarket), Donald Swann, Edith Wynne (March 18 1874), Ken Dodd, Henry Moore, Paolo Tosti, William Boosey and others
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £300-500
395.    Autographs: a collection of letters and autographs inlcuding 7th Earl of Shaftsbury 1801-1885, a letter from the novelist Violet Schift, Jack Hylton, August Manns (on Crystal Palace Company letterhead, dated August 29th 1886), George Temple (on Junior Garrick Club letterhead), Henry Wood, M.R. Buckstone, Rutland Barrington Nov. 1896, mainly theatre and music (approx 150)
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £400-600
396.    Photographs: A collection of portraits and other photographs, mainly composers, actors and authors, including Bridgette Bardot, Dimtry Shostakovich, Leonard Bernstein, Victor Hugo, Peter Sellers, Eartha Kitt, Michael Tippett, Tommy Steele, Henry Moore, Elvis Prestley, Thomas Hardy, Jules Verne, and Victorian musicians and composers
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £60-80
397.    Autographs: Edward Edgar, signed letter on Craeg Lea headed paper (Birchwood Lodge crossed out) 'To George Carr of Malvern ' I saw R...t? today and the foursome is off as he can't get away, yours ever' with envelope dated March 7 1902
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £100-150
398.    Autographs: Giacomo Puccini, a signed card with two bars of music inscribed La Boheme, signed and dated Lago 1906
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £150-200
399.    Autographs: Camille Saint-Saens, a signed letter of six lines dated 14 December 1882, Paris to M. Tardieu, Bruxelles, and an associated inscribed business card
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £100-150
400.    Autographs: Carl Rosa, a signed letter dated 13 January, another autograph dated New York October 7th '71, the reverse with seven bars of music signed by Levy dated Nov. 22nd 1870
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia` £30-40
401.    Autographs: An autographed photograph of Orson Welles 'With Good Wishes' 17cm x 12.5cm, a signed photograph of Jonathan Miller and a letter to Lady Peck, 182 Ebury St SW1 from Noel Coward (17 Gerald Road S.W.1.) dated 21st November 1935, to raise money for Seaman's Hospital Society
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £40-60
402.    Autographs: Giuseppe Verdi, a printed visiting card with handwritten message to Giulio Ricodi (his publisher) inviting him and his wife Giudetta to dinner, with handwritten envelope
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £150-200
403.    A souvenir scroll from Shakespeare's King Richard II, produced by Mr Tree at His Majesty's Theatre, September 10th 1903, after a watercolour by Charles A. Buchel, the reverse with historical and theatrical notes and cast list, a scroll poster for 'The Metropolitan Mikado' at GLC Queen Elizabeth Hall, and Savoy Hotel fan
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £20-30
404.    Autographs: Hector Berlioz, an autograph letter in French on Commission Imperiale de l'Exposition Universelle headed paper dated 1885, requesting members of l'Orchestra en du Choeur du Grand Theatre de Lyon, signed Hector Berlioz
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £300-500
405.    Autographs: Felix Mendelssohn: an envelope addressed to W. Sterndale Bennett at Mesers Coventry & Hollier, Dean St Soho London, in Mendelssohn's hand, the letter itself written in a different hand dated December 17 1844 Berlin, describing the composers interest in Sterndale-Bennett's career and learning that Sterndale-Bennett had 'proclaimed yourself a candidate for the Musical Professorship at Edinburgh'
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £150-200
406.    Various theatre and concert programmes mostly from the 19th century including Gaiety Theatre Love for Love and Belle Helene, The Colonial and Indian Exhibition, opened Tuesday May 4th 1886, David Garrick at The Haymarket Theatre, Savoy Theatre The Rose of Persia, Theatre Royal Drury Lane 1833, Book plates of 'The Savoy in 1650 and 1792', Miss Siddon's last night (performing Macbeth June 29th 1812), Libretto for la Rondine, La Boheme & Tosca
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £70-100
407.    A collection of photographs, postcards, bookplates of various composers, conductors, writers and artists
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £60-80
408.    A Spode commemorative plate 'The D'Oyly Carte Plate' to celebrate the centenary of the collaboration of Gilbert, Sullivan and D'Oyly Carte, 27cm diameter, boxed, and a Wedgwood commemorative Gilbert & Sullivan mug, boxed
Part of the late Peter Joslin collection of Gilbert & Sullivan and Theatre memorabilia £30-50
409.    An album of British 20th century stamps, and a folder of loose stamps
To be sold to benefit Age Concern £10-15
410.    A boxed Stuart Crystal serving bowl, 8" Shaftsbury pattern, various Aynsley bone china, boxed and four decanters
To be sold to benefit Age Concern £20-30
411.    Four Poole Pottery figures of leaping dolphins, other Poole Pottery animal figures and other pottery figures £30-40
412.    A collection of H.M.S.O. World War II information pamphlets, including 'Joining Up? A Handy Guide for Every Recruit', Land at War, The Eighth Army and others £30-40
413.    Mein Kampf by Adolf Hilter, published in eighteen weekly parts by Hutchinson & Co, 'with royalties going to the British Red Cross Society' £20-30
414.    A 19th century brass navigation rose, by Webber & Son Ltd Swansea no. 253/29 15.5cm diameter in a mahogany case, a rosewood cased set of drawing instruments and various other drawing instruments £30-40
415.    A 19th century Derby plate, in Imari colours, 22,5cm diameter, a similar Japanese plate, two two handled farming mugs and other ceramics £20-30
416.    Eight various continental latticework plates, a Tunbridge cribbage counter box, a jelly mould and others £20-30
417.    A set of twelve Franklin Mint plates from 'The Flowers of the Year Plate Collection' (12) £25-35
418.    Five resin figures from the Enchanted series, by Holland Studio Craft Ltd, two in original boxes (4) £20-30
419.    A set of kitchen scales, by Ladel, weights, flat irons and a firegrate (3) £30-40
420.    A collection of Giles Cartoon Annuals, including 1943-1946, 1950-1951, 1951-1952, 1952-1953, 1953-1954 and others, including some later reprints (47) £200-300
421.    A pair of Dresden cabinet cups and saucers and a 20th century Chinese famille rose bowl 26cm diameter £30-40
422.    Three albums of Commonwealth postage stamps and First Day Covers, a box and folder of similar stamps and a folder of stamps commemorating the 40th anniversary of the Accession of H.M. Queen Elizabeth II £30-40
423.    Three cut glass bowls, Arthur Price cutlery and other plated wares £20-30
424.    A Japanese Imari colours plate 22.5cm diameter, four Victorian blue and white meatplates, twelve Meakin Bangor pattern side plates and eight other blue and white plates £60-80
425.    A collection of seven various pewter plates, 19th century and later, some with touchmarks 25.5cm to 23cm diameter £100-150
426.    A Chinese bronze miniature kettle 10.5cm high, a pot pourri, a marble ball, cut glass bowl and a folding stand £20-30
427.    An Edwardian blue and white tea service, a glass dressing table set, a Royal Albert Trillium pattern tea cup and saucer and another bluebell wood pattern and other various glassware and ceramics £30-50
428.    A Royal Doulton Larchmont pattern breakfast service 44 pieces, a hand painted Limoges coffee service, and other ceramics (3 trays) £30-40
429.    A large Crown Staffordshire tea cup and saucer with fly fishing hook decoration, a hunting scene teapot, three tea services and other ceramics £30-50
430.    A set of brass fire irons, a trivet, a pair of bellows and a firescreen £20-30
431.    Postage Stamps: Four albums of British and World stamps, three folders of loose stamps, a Canadian centennial issue of stamps and catalogues £40-60
432.    Postage Stamps: Six albums of British and World stamps, some 19th century £60-80
433.    A miniature Royal Doulton figure of The Balloon Seller, HN2130, 10cm high, a Chinese stoneware figure of a fisherman, Aynsley, Palissy and Royal Crown Derby miniature wares, and three small cut glass vases £20-30
434.    A Pallisy 'Majorca' pattern bi-colour tea set, a Russell Hobbs coffee set and various blue and white wares £20-30
435.    Five Robin Hopper stoneware figures of robins, stamped Robin Hopper £20-30
436.    A granite pestle and mortar, a silver plated rosebowl, a pewter metric measure, a Welsh lustre pot and a slipware plate £30-40
437.    A collection of Cornish stoneware, tablewares and jars (two trays) £20-30
438.    A Rudolstadt Volkstedt ewer, relief decorated with putti 31.5cm high, a Forstenberg porcelain tea caddy, a Karl Ens figure of a girl and other continental ceramics £50-70
439.    Four 1970s coloured glass vases on pedestal feet, and a blue glass waisted water jug £20-30
440.    A set of Victorian green ground serving plates, side plates and pedestal tureens, each hand painted with flower specimens, as found £20-30
441.    A collection of twenty four relief moulded and other Victorian jugs £80-120
442.    A 19th century floral decorated tea service with cobalt blue border and gilt swags, 37 pieces £30-50
443.    Three glass measuring barrels, marked in pints, indicating G.R & I, 27cm high and four glass funnels £30-50
444.    A Royal Worcester part tea service with vine and blue band border (16 pieces), a Bell China part tea service, and other plates and saucers by Crown Staffordshire, Royal Albert, J. Kent and others £30-50
445.    Masons jardiniere pattern bowls, plates and serving ware, a gilt and polychrome coffee service, Royal Worcester Roanoke tea service, Royal Doulton plates and other ceramics £50-70
446.    An Aynsley Cottage Garden pattern coffee service, for six place settings, in original box, and a famille rose bowl £30-40
447.    A Herend jardiniere with bird decoration 22.5cm wide, two bird figures, two stoneware jars, a cut glassbowl £40-60
448.    A Victorian wash jug and bowl and an Ironstone pedestal bowl (3) £20-30
449.    A Karl Ens figure of a bullfinch 12cm high, another Karl Ens figure of a cockerel, 24cm high, and a Country Artists figure of a great crested grebe (3) £50-70
450.    A Wedgwood commemorative jug, Keith Murray design with relief profiles of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, dated 1937, 20.5cm high £80-120
451.    A Royal Doulton figure of Michael Doulton, limited edition no. 87 of 100, HN4654, with certificate and two Lladro figures of boys (3) £40-60
452.    A pair of Waterford Glass spill vases, another pair of Waterford vases and another, a Swedish Sommerso vase, a Maltese glass dolphin paperweight, a decanter and two other vases £50-70
453.    A 1970s clear glass splash form vase, a pair of Victorian blue glass vases, a red glass vase and various other coloured glasswares £40-60
454.    A collection of late 19th century and early 20th century china teacups and saucers, inclusding Mintons, Crescent china, Crown Staffordshire, Cauldon and others £80-120
455.    A Limoges tea cup, saucer and plate and other associated plates and saucers, including Minton, Spode, Coalport, Thomas Goode and other 19th century plates £50-70
456.    A Lladro figure of a seated boy holding a toy yacht, a dog beside him 23cm high, and another Lladro figure of a girl with geese 26cm high (2)
To be sold to benefit Age Concern £20-30
457.    A Royal Doulton character jug, the Veteran Motorist D6633 £10-15
458.    Various cut glass liqueur glasses, dessert bowls, decanter and other glassware £20-30
459.    Various Limoges and other dressing table wares, decorated by S.A. Junkin, mostly floral designs, a tall jug, vase, tablewares £60-80
460.    A Victorian green glass perfume bottle, 13cm high £60-80
461.    A large pink marble dish, 25 x 21cm £20-30
462.    A pair of W.M.F. brass vases, circa 1910, with hammered and floral motif decoration, 28cm high £40-60
463.    An Art Deco silver plated cocktail shaker £100-120
464.    An Art Deco Catalin amber cruet set, 9cm high £150-200
465.    Five glass ornaments in the form of birds, another as an elephant and another as a fish £15-20
466.    A set of six etched wine glasses with air twist stems £20-30
467.    A set of six hand-blown blue glass goblets with gilt scroll decoration, an amber bowl wine glass, a German rummer and a pair of gilded goblets £40-60
468.    Hutschenreuther Christmas plates for 1978 to 1982 designed by Ole Winther 31cm, in original boxes (5) £50-70
469.    A Wedgwood Jasperware trophy plate for the Silver Jubilee 1977, five colours limited edition 85 of 750, and eight Jasperware Christmas plates 1970, 1971, 1973, 1974, 1976, 1978, 1979 and 1980 (9) £50-70
470.    A pair of Wedgwood Jasperware Commemorative plates, celebrating the bicentenary of the American Independence, a five colours trophy plate, a three colours trophy plate and a set of six depicting scenes from Independence, eight plates (10) £70-100
471.    Two 19th century glass decanters, a Thomas Webb decanter, a Royal Doulton crystal vase and another decanter £30-50
472.    A Dresden box in the form of an egg, with floral painted decoration and green scale border, 18cm long £40-60
473.    An Art Deco style table lamp, the circular glass shade behind a seated figure of a girl on a alabaster base, 20cm high £50-70
474.    A Carlton ware dark blue ginger jar and cover, a Royal Crown Derby badger paperweight, coffee can and saucer, two Hummel figures, other glassware and ceramics £70-100
475.    A Palissy type dish, depicting a crayfish, unmarked 19cm diameter £20-30
476.    A set of three Sevres style doorplates, the pale blue grounds with floral decorated panels 32cm long, unmarked £20-30
477.    A Whitefriars style bark effect red glass vase, 23cm high, and a pale blue spill vase similar (2) £60-80
478.    A Porcellane de Paris figure of a nude with a garland of flowers, (repaired), a 19th century vase with ram's head handles, a Royal Doulton character jug of the Pied Piper and other ceramics £30-50
479.    Three Victorian Parian figural vases, two others and five other Parian figures (10) £60-80
480.    A Coalport underglaze blue and gilt vase with panels painted with highland scenes, 20cm high (repaired) a Royal Worcester rose painted vase, a Wedgwood vase, Coalport three handle cup and a Beleek vase £50-70
481.    Five Parian classical figures, tallest 23cm high (5) £50-70
482.    A Copeland style Parian pot pourri 20cm diameter, a Royal Copenhagen bisque figure of a boy and a dog (restored), 27cm high, a coloured bisque figure, and a Parian putti form candlestick (4) £60-80
483.    A pair of late 19th century French porcelain vases, with Sevres blue bands and painted with girls standing next to statues of cupid, 33cm high £100-150
484.    A pair of Dresden style table lamps, the ceramic shades encrusted with flowers over bases depicting dancing children, 40cm high £60-80
485.    An Artlynsa blue and silver lustre vase, with willow pattern panels, 27.5cm high £25-35
486.    An Ernest Wahliss Secessionist style wine jug, the handle in the form of a lady holding grapes and with bearded man form spout, printed and impressed marks 32cm high £100-150
487.    A collection of thirteen Staffordshire cottages and pastille burners, 19th century (13) £120-180
488.    A Bohemian figure of seated girl, her arms resting on a harp, on a rocky base, unmarked, 30cm high £40-60
489.    A 19th century painted bisque figure of a lady feeding a dog, on a marble effect base 36.5cm high £30-50
490.    Two Chinese cork dioramas, depicting garden scenes with cranes £20-30
491.    Seven Chinese brown glaze figures of horses, largest 9cm high £20-30
492.    Six Blancs de Chine figures of horses, largest 7cm high £40-60
493.    An Indian carved and painted softwood figure of a musician, late 19th century, 32cm high £60-80
494.    A Chinese bronze of the four faces of Buddha, four character mark, 8cm high £25-35
495.    A Chinese green glazed fluted tea pot, 17cm wide £25-35
496.    A Chinese purple glazed vase, impressed four character mark, 19cm high £25-35
497.    An Oriental bowl, with vases of flowers within red and blue panels, six character mark, 25cm diameter £25-35
498.    A pair of Japanese red lacquered book ends, 1920s, 12cm high £20-30
499.    A pair of Satsuma vases, circa 1910, unmarked, 15cm high £50-60
500.    A picture of a Chinese screen depicting blossom and birds, 30 x 65cm £20-30
501.    A Japanese blue glaze vase, with long neck and remnants of a floral design, 41cm high £30-40
502.    Five pieces of soap stone and a Chinese porcelain figure, 5cm high £60-80
503.    A pair of Chinese carved hardwood figures of sages, 21cm high £20-30
504.    A Japanese shape blue glaze vase, with long neck, 24cm high and another similar 12.5cm high £30-50
505.    A pair of Japanese vases depicting figures in a garden scene, unmarked 44cm high £60-80
506.    A set of six jade coffee cups and saucers, saucers 11cm diameter £80-120
507.    An Oriental painting on fabric of a figure in blue robes, 17cm x 14cm, 19th century £30-40
508.    A pair of Japanese Imari vases with domed covers 29cm hgh £30-40
509.    A Chinese blue and white prunus vase with panels depicting islands, four character mark, 20cm high, and a prunus baluster vase and cover 26cm high (2) £60-80
510.    A four piece plated tea and coffee set £25-35
511.    A collection of mixed plated cutlery £20-25
512.    Three Mikimoto caviar spoons with seed pearls, in a fitted case £15-20
513.    A silver Japanese cigarette case depicting Mount Fiji and pagodas, signed and marked sterling silver, 16cm wide £160-200
514.    A collection of loose plated cutlery for six place settings £25-30
515.    Two cased sets of 800 standard silver cutlery £50-70
516.    Four plated napkin rings with the Royal Yacht Britannia insignia £60-80
517.    A plated two handle tray £40-60
518.    A plated kettle and burner, two wine bottle holders, etc £15-25
519.    A collection of silver plate to include a swing handle basket, a two branch candelabra, a toast rack, etc £35-45
520.    A silver plated water jug £15-20
521.    A collection of plated items to include sugar sifters, cruet stand, etc £25-35
522.    An Eastern white metal and enamel cylindrical box, with detachable lid and base, and hinged sides held by a pin 9.5cm high £20-30
523.    A Victorian continental box with six knives, six spoons, six forks, a carving set and a large ladle, all in white metal £60-80
524.    A collection of miscellaneous silver plate £50-60
525.    A collection of four silver plate photo frames £25-35
526.    A silver plated bachelor size kettle and burner on three pad feet £20-30
527.    A collection of silver plate to include cased fish servers, entree dish, sweetmeat dish, water jug, milk jug, etc £30-35
528.    An oval plated tray, three piece tea set, cake knives, forks in presentation case, etc £30-35
529.    A set of twelve Georgian silver tea spoons, Exeter 1855 £80-90
530.    Five Victorian silver dessert spoons, Exeter 1869 £70-80
531.    A small collection of silver items to include ladies hand mirror, tea knives, glass trinket box with silver lid, etc £25-30
532.    An Iranian silver case circa 1920 £100-120
533.    Black Starr and Frost silver tea bell from the U.S.A. £80-120
534.    A mustard pot and a matching salt by the 'House of David' £10-15
535.    A collection of silver and white metal souvenir spoons £15-20
536.    A set of tea knives and forks with silver handles for six place settings in presentation case £30-40
537.    A glass butter dish set in silver with matching butter knife in presentation case £25-30
538.    A cased set of child's knife, fork and spoon £15-20
539.    A silver bowl on single foot having Celtic decoration, Birmingham 1926 £50-70
540.    A glass jug decorated in silver overlay depicting flora and fauna £40-60
541.    Two silver spirit labels and a silver napkin ring £20-25
542.    A silver mustard and a matching salt including spoons £30-40
543.    A Chinese coolie pulling a white metal cart containing a cruet £20-30
544.    A ladies wide silver bangle, a ladies compact and sovereign case, a pair of silver pepperettes, a pair of napkin rings, etc £60-70
545.    Two cut glass vases with silver collars £15-20
546.    A silver and tortoiseshell trinket box, as found £20-25
547.    A ladies four piece silver and tortoiseshell brush and comb set £40-50
548.    A late 19th century white metal sewing set £100-120
549.    A silver cream jug of helmet form on square base, Sheffield 1909 and a silver milk jug of helmet form on square base, Birmingham 1910 (2) £40-60
550.    A cigarette case, napkin ring, small dish and spirit label £50-60
551.    A collection of four silver specimen vases £60-70
552.    A silver sugar shaker £60-70
553.    A pair of silver candlesticks in presentation box £50-70
554.    Two silver dishes hallmarked for London 'L' 'P' 1964 and 1970 £60-80
555.    A silver eperne vase having three silver sweetmeat dishes suspended from the vase, marks rubbed £80-120
556.    A silver sugar castor of ribbed form on single foot, Birmingham 1912 £40-50
557.    A collection of silver items to include a tea strainer and sifter spoon, a small silver dish, etc £50-80
558.    A set of six boxed silver napkin rings £45-55
559.    A cased glass silver mounted butter dish in the form of a shell and a silver butter knife £15-20
560.    A cased child's silver egg cup and spoon £20-25
561.    A set of silver bridge pencils in original case £25-35
562.    A child's cased silver knife, fork and spoon and a child's teether £15-20
563.    A silver dish on single foot with gadrooned edge, Birmingham 1923 £100-120
564.    A set of six Georgian silver dessert spoons, London 1835 £100-120
565.    A three piece silver tea set standing on four ball feet, Sheffield 1961 £380-420
566.    A round Victorian silver tray on four ball and claw feet having decorative border with bright cut work to centre £350-400
567.    A four piece silver tea service, the tea pot and water jug having wooden handles and knops, marks rubbed £300-350
568.    A three piece silver tea set, Sheffield 1912 £280-320
569.    A presentation fitted case containing four silver salts and spoons, two silver peppers and a silver mustard, London 1908 £120-150
570.    A three piece silver tea set, Birmingham 1952 £300-400
571.    A round silver tray on three feet having gadrooned edge, London 1969 £250-320
572.    An Italian Order of Merit medal, with Italian Ministry of War certificate (1914-18) and another certificate dated 1920 £60-80
573.    A large collection of English coins and medallions £80-120
574.    A gold sovereign Queen Diamond Jubilee 2012 £180-200
574A.   A gold sovereign Queen Diamond Jubilee 2012 £180-200
575.    Two Presidents of the U.S.A coins in 585 gold £50-70
576.    A 2002 Guernsey sovereign £180-200
577.    Four 21st century gold rarities £20-25
578.    A Victorian young head sovereign £200-220
579.    A collection of Chinese coins, Kwang-Tung Province and others £30-40
580.    A full sovereign 19 carat set in a gold mount £400-450
581.    Two white metal Middle Eastern necklaces £20-25
582.    A Record square pocket watch £80-120
583.    A boxed gold plated automatic wristwatch in original box £80-120
584.    Two large green boxes of costume jewellery £25-35
585.    Two aquamarine rings £40-60
586.    A collection of men's wristwatches to include Zurich sports Swatch, etc together with a small box of second hand watches £80-100
587.    A small collection of silver fobs and a buffalo jewel £15-20
588.    A pair of lapis lazuli cufflinks, a pair of bloodstone cufflinks, other links and military buttons, etc £20-30
589.    A collection of jet jewellery to include necklaces, brooches, bracelet, etc £30-50
590.    A small bag of costume jewellery to include cameos, bracelets, watches, etc £30-40
591.    A collection of coral to include bangle, necklace, etc £60-80
592.    A ladies 14 carat gold fob watch and a bracelet £80-100
593.    A pair of cameo drop earrings £40-50
594.    Two silver belt buckles, one set with cameos and some Toledo jewellery £60-80
595.    An Elgin silver hunter pocket watch £80-100
596.    A 9 carat gold gentleman's ring set with black onyx £60-70
597.    A 9 carat gold gentleman's ring set with cameo £50-60
598.    A paste eternity ring in 9 carat gold £30-40
599.    A 9 carat gold ring set with citrine £50-60
600.    A bi-metal stainless steel Bulova ladies wristwatch, with date aperture £50-100
601.    A gold colour metal tie pin £10-20
602.    A bag of miscellaneous costume jewellery £20-25
603.    Two hair combs (possibly tortoiseshell) and a ladies compact £25-30
604.    Four silver rings and a 9 carat cluster ring £25-30
605.    A scrap very fine 9 carat chain £15-20
606.    A gold bar brooch set with a rose diamond flower head £120-150
607.    A paste set eternity ring £20-30
608.    A costume jewellery pendant and chain £20-30
609.    A Victorian brooch set with cabochon moonstones £40-50
610.    A set of 9 carat gold cufflinks £90-110
611.    A large collection of costume jewellery to include necklaces, brooches, etc £40-60
612.    A gold plated mid sized Cartier tank watch £400-500
613.    An 18 carat (no hallmark) white gold brooch with approx 2 carats of diamonds £1200-1300
614.    An Ingersoll Mickey Mouse pocket watch in original box £100-150
615.    A pair of 14 carat white gold earrings set with 98 round brilliant white and black diamonds, approx 1.41 carats, colour clarity SI2 H colour £600-800
616.    A 14 carat gold pendant set with 53 round brilliant cut white and black diamonds approx .89 carats diamond colour and clarity SI2 H colour £900-1200
617.    A large sapphire and diamond cluster ring having approximately 26 diamonds and 25 blue sapphires £800-1200
618.    A Victorian gold brooch set with a hard stone cameo (possibly depicting Aristotle) within a rose diamond frame £600-650
619.    A flat link 9 carat gold chain £150-200
620.    A large two colour gold puzzle ring set with diamonds, and two paste rings £280-400