Antique & Collectables Sale
on Wednesday 7th August 2019

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1.      A Bevan Funnell Reprodux mahogany serpentine chest of four long graduated drawers on bracket feet, labelled, 79cm wide £40-60
2.      A Victorian crossbanded mahogany bowfront chest of drawers with two short and two long drawers on outsplayed bracket feet, 100cm wide £40-60
3.      Two bevelled edge 1930s wall mirrors, smallest 68.5cm x 40.5cm and a Victorian walnut framed wall mirror (formerly part of a dressing table) (3) £30-50
4.      An Edwardian walnut coal box with carved panelled front and brass handle, a copper warming pan and a brass chestnut roaster (3) £30-40
5.      A late Victorian fireside chair with button back and seat on gilt highlighted scroll supports joined by turned stretchers £20-30
6.      A 19th century German style mahogany lady's writing table, the top with two drawers above a long fitted frieze drawer on turned tapering legs, 78cm wide, 52cm deep, 91cm high £60-80
7.      An early 19th century mahogany bowfront chest of drawers, with two short and two long graduated drawers on bracket feet, 102cm wide 50cm deep 83.5cm high £40-60
8.      A late Victorian chevron banded mahogany table, the rectangular top on turned supports and stretchers, 73.5cm wide 53cm deep 62cm high £30-40
9.      An Edwardian mahogany and boxwood strung side cabinet, with drawer over a pair of panelled doors on square tapering legs, 54cm wide, 41cm deep, 77cm high £30-40
10.     A walnut coal box with sloping front and two suitcases £10-15
10A.    A large pine dresser and rack, the rack with twin glazed doors and shelves over five frieze drawers and cupboard doors on bracket feet 228cm wide, 50cm deep, 198.5cm high £150-250
11.     A 19th century corner cupboard, the cavetto cornice over a shell inlaid panelled door enclosing shaped shelves, 73.5cm wide 102cm high £40-60
11A.    A mahogany side cabinet with three short drawers over three panelled doors on bracket feet, 142cm wide, 45cm deep, 85cm high £20-30
12.     An oak corner cabinet, with lead glazed door, above a panelled door, a bedside cupboard and a stool (3) £10-20
12A.    An oak coffee table, the rectangular top with carved cup and cover supports on bracket feet, 126 wide, 58cm deep, 57cm high, an Edwardian corner unit with fret carved tiers and a burr yewwood coffee table (3) £30-40
13.     A G-Plan teak and ebonised coffee table 74cm x 48cm, three teak coffee tables (two 133cm long, one 89cm long) and a matching record cabinet (5) £40-60
14.     A Victorian gilt wood and gesso oval wall mirror, the floral and beaded frame enclosing a bevelled plate etched with scrolls and star motif, 91cm x 62cm £60-80
15.     An oak pedestal desk, 1930s, the leather inset top over three frieze drawers over pedestals, each with three graduated drawers on castors, 122cm wide, 60cm deep, 76.5cm high £30-40
16.     A set of mahogany fronted Haberdashery drawers, the six drawers with glazed fronts 40cm wide, 53cm deep, 87.5cm high £20-30
17.     A giltwood oval wall mirror with bevelled plate, 82cm x 54cm and another oval giltwood mirror (2) £30-50
18.     A mid Victorian inlaid walnut corner whatnot, with spiral turned supports 129cm high £20-40
19.     A 1930s oak cupboard with twin doors over a long drawer on turned feet, 73cm wide 48cm deep 100cm high and an oak bureau (2) £20-30
20.     A Victorian mahogany toilet mirror, with shaped base, 55cm high, an Edwardian dressing chest and a two tier tea trolley (3) £40-60
21.     A mid Victorian mahogany chest of drawers with two short and three long graduated drawers on a plinth base and pad feet 107cm wide 49cm deep 113cm high £30-50
22.     A mahogany sideboard, the raised back over three drawers flanked by cupboards on fluted tapering legs 137cm wide 55cm deep, 111cm high £20-30
23.     A matched set of four mahogany dining chairs with rail backs, drop-in seats and reeded tapering legs and a walnut carver chair, an oak side table, the rectangular top over turned and block legs joined by stretchers, 78.5cm wide, and another table (7) £10-20
24.     An oak dreser refectory table, with flat supports and bracket feet, 90cm wide 205cm long £20-30
25.     A George III mahogany and boxwood banded chest, with one deep and two long drawers on bracket feet, 92cm wide, 52.5cm deep, 70cm high £30-50
26.     A mahogany tripod table, the rectangular top on a turned support and downswept legs with tapering feet, 70cm wide, 53cm high and a 19th century mahogany Pembroke table, with frieze drawer and square tapering legs 81cm wide, and an Edwardian bedside cupboard (3) £15-20
27.     A reproduction mahogany kneehole desk, the leather inset top over two frieze drawers, above pedestals each with three graduated drawers on bracket feet, 92cm wide 49cm deep 77cm high £20-30
28.     A dark stained Ercol occasional table, with drop flap, 60cm wide, and an Ercol dark stained armchair (requires new webbing), both labelled (2) £30-50
29.     An Edwardian mahogany dressing chest, with two short and one long drawer on square tapering legs 106cm wide £20-30
30.     An early 19th century mahogany and ebony strung toilet mirror, with rectangular plate and bowfront base with three drawers on ball feet, 56.5cm wide £20-30
31.     An early Victorian bowfront mahogany chest of drawers, with two short and three long graduated drawers on bracket feet, brass handles, 102.5cm wide, 48.5cm deep, 103.5cm high £50-70
32.     An early Victorian mahogany bowfront chest of drawers, with two short and three long graduated drawers on bracket feet, turned handles 105cm wide, 50.5cm deep, 104.5cm high £40-60
33.     An early 19th century mahogany chest of drawers, with frieze drawer over three long graduated drawers on bracket feet 112cm wide, 61cm deep, 97cm high £50-70
34.     A 19th century mahogany bowfront chest of drawers, with two short and three long graduated drawers on bracket feet, 105cm wide and a 19th century oak corner cupboard, with panelled door, 77cm x 109cm (2) £30-40
35.     An oak corner cupboard, with strapwork carved panelled door, 108cm wide, 105cm high £10-20
36.     An ebonised and ivorine inlaid corner armchair, with pierced waisted splats, upholstered seat and ring turned legs joined by a cross stretcher £30-40
37.     A pine dresser and associated rack, with two short drawers above a pair of panelled doors on a plinth base, 125cm wide £20-30
38.     An oak nest of three tables, the bobbin turned legs joined by circular undershelves, 40.5cm wide, a burrwood inlaid tray with shaped gallery, and a toilet mirror (3) £30-40
39.     A nest of teak occasional tables, the large oval table enclosing four quarter tables with elephant form supports, 73cm wide £40-60
40.     A Victorian mahogany gentleman's buttonback armchair, with moulded cabriole legs, as found £40-60
41.     An Edwardian ebonised fireside chair, the pierced and shell carved splat above a stuffover seat on square cabriole legs £20-30
42.     A late Victorian mahogany bowfront chest of drawers, with two short and three long graduated drawers on bracket feet 121cm wide £50-70
43.     An early 19th century mahogany Pembroke table, with frieze drawer on ring turned tapering legs and pot castors 91cm wide £40-60
44.     An oak smoker's cabinet, the twin panelled doors above a frieze drawer on ball feet, 38cm wide 53cm high £30-40
45.     A pair of 19th century mahogany chairs, with pierced fret carved splats and cabriole legs joined by stretchers, and a Chippendale style chair (3) £10-15
46.     A carved oak Carolean style carver, with carved crowns over a solid seat on scroll legs £30-40
47.     A George III oak corner cupboard, the dentil cornice over a blind fret carved frieze over a panelled door, 82cm wide, 114cm high £20-30
48.     A set of eight stained beech French style dining chairs, with upholstered backs and moulded cabriole legs £40-60
49.     An Edwardian mahogany extending dining table, the rectangular top with canted corners on square tapering legs with spade feet and castors, two extra leaves, 107cm wide 178cm extended £30-50
50.     A set of eight mid Victorian mahogany dining chairs, the vase shape solid splats over button upholstered seats on fluted tapering legs on castors £60-80
51.     An oak corner cabinet, with floral panels, the two tier open section over a panelled door on turned and block legs, 83cm wide 185cm high £20-30
52.     An Edwardian walnut extending dining table, the rectangular top on reeded tapering legs, top 150cm x 105cm, and a set of six walnut dining chairs with solid vase splats and reeded legs (7) £30-50
53.     A late Victorian Art Nouveau style mahogany open armchair, the mother of pearl inlaid splat over an upholstered seat and cabriole legs £20-30
54.     An early 20th century mahogany swivel office chair with heart shape pierced splats, leatherette seat and four cabriole legs £30-40
55.     A G-Plan teak extending dining table and four chairs, labelled, table with hinged leaf, 111cm wide (5) £20-30
56.     A mahogany jardiniere stand, the circular top on a double spiral and carved stem 118cm high £20-30
57.     A George II style cherrywood lowboy with two short and one long drawers on cabriole legs with club feet, 84cm wide, purchased from Peter Knight of Beaconsfield £80-120
58.     A George II style cherrywood dresser base, with central drawer and open compartment flanked by ogee panelled cupboard doors on bracket feet, 167cm wide, purchased from Peter Knight of Beaconsfield £100-150
59.     A George II cherrywood oval extending dining table, with two extra leaves, on four ring turned supports and cabriole legs with pad feet 107cm wide x 258cm extended, purchased from Peter Knight of Beaconsfield £100-150
60.     A set of eight cherrywood dining chairs with pierced vase shape splats over Matthew Williamson upholstered drop in seats on cabriole legs, including two carvers with Designers Guild upholstery (8)
Purchased from Peter Knight of Beaconsfield £60-80
61.     A George III style mahogany pole screen, the shaped screen embroidered with a Royal Coat of Arms on acanthus carved tripod base, 166cm high, another fixed pole screen similar, and a firescreen (3) £30-50
62.     A carved mahogany wall mirror, the shield shape plate within a shell and mythical bird carved frame 76cm high, 58cm wide £30-40
63.     A mid Victorian rosewood nursing chair, the scroll carved upholstered back above a stuffover seat on moulded scroll carved cabriole legs and castors £60-80
64.     A Far Eastern bronze circular mirror depicting a crane and a dragon 12cm diameter, an Indian brass dish, two brass boxes and three plaques £20-30
65.     A George III style mahogany bookcase cabinet, the dentil cornice over a pair of astragal glazed doors over an associated base of cupboard doors on reduced bracket feet, 144cm wide 52cm deep 209cm high £40-60
66.     A nest of three mahogany tables, each with beaded edge, largest 48cm x 32cm, 70cm high £10-15
67.     Four various oak open bookcases, one with a pair of panelled doors, 73cm wide, also 91.5cm wide, 76cm wide and 48.5cm wide (4) £50-70
68.     A pair of Edwardian stained beech armchairs, the Art Nouveau style top rails over padded backs and arms on turned legs and castors (2) £30-50
69.     A mahogany display cabinet, with single glazed door, 86cm wide, 31.5cm deep 128.5cm high and a black painted display cabinet with mirrored back and single door 49.5cm wide, 17cm deep, 153cm high (2) £30-50
70.     *A large teak conference table, with bowed sides, on square legs, 350cm long, 120cm wide, 76cm high
To be sold on behalf of Wellington College
Viewing strictly by appointment only £100-150
71.     *An oak refectory table, the rectangular top on a trestle base, 244cm long, 106cm wide, 78cm high
To be sold on behalf of Wellington College
Viewing strictly by appointment only £80-150
72.     *A long oak refectory table, the rectangular top on three moulded trestle supports, joined by stretchers, 476cm long, 83cm wide, 76cm high
To be sold on behalf of Wellington College
Viewing strictly by appointment only £300-500
73.     *A large oak refectory table, the rectangular top on three trestle supports joined by stretchers, on moulded feet, 366cm long, 136cm wide, 74cm wide
To be sold on behalf of Wellington College
Viewing strictly by appointment only £250-350
74.     A George II oak bureau, the sloping fall enclosing a stepped interior and well over three long graduated drawers on bracket feet, 90cm wide, 48cm deep, 96cm high £60-80
75.     A Danish teak coffee table, the rectangular top on moulded tapering legs, stamped Vejle, Stole Mobelfabrik 164cm wide, 59cm deep, 51cm high £60-80
76.     An Ercol light elm narrow drop leaf dining table with beech supports 128cm wide, 140cm open and four Ercol Windsor Quaker type dining chairs (5) £150-200
77.     A 19th century oak dresser and rack, the cavetto moulded top over two shelves above a base with three frieze drawers over three dummy drawers flanked by panelled cupboard doors, 152cm wide, 190cm high, 52cm deep £400-600
78.     An ash and elm Windsor armchair, the spindle back and turned supports on a moulded seat and ring turned legs joined by stretchers £70-100
79.     A mid Victorian burr walnut bowfront credenza, with boxwood and Tunbridge style inlay, with four glazed doors on a plinth base, 183cm wide, 44cm deep, 108.5cm high £300-400
80.     An early Victorian rosewood foldover card table, the rectangular top enclosing a circular playing surface, on an octagonal baluster stem and circular platform with scroll feet, 92cm wide, 45.5cm deep, 75cm high £60-80
81.     An 18th century oak gateleg table, the oval top over a frieze drawer on turned and block legs and stretchers, 97cm wide, 107cm open, 72cm high £80-120
82.     An 18th century oak gateleg table, the oval top over a foliate carved frieze and bobbin turned legs and supports, 115cm wide, 145cm open, 72cm high £120-180
83.     An early 19th century rosewood cased pedal organ by Alexandre Pere et Fils, Paris, with sixteen stops 127cm wide, 65cm deep, 100cm high £80-120
84.     A Regency mahogany sofa, the scroll and flame carved back over scrolled arms on fluted tapering legs and castors, 230cm long £80-120
85.     A Stanley surveyor's level no. 61592, boxed, and two tripod stands (3) £20-30
86.     A pocket Aneroid barometer by J.H. Stewards, dated 1839 on the silvered dial, in a fitted leather case 5cm diameter £80-120
87.     A 19th century walnut Vienna type wall clock, the mask and turned pediment surmounted by a horse, over a dial marked for Gustav Becker within split turned supports, the movement striking on a gong, 103cm high £40-60
88.     A Schatz brass lantern form electric timepiece clock, the silvered dial with baton chapters 22cm high £40-60
89.     A 1920s blue lacquer mantel timepiece clock, with relief chinoserie decoration and silvered dial, with spring and balance wheel movement 21cm high £60-80
90.     A Bausch & Lomb brass and black metal monocular microscope, cased, and another brass microscope (2) £40-60
91.     An early 19th century oak and chevron banded longcase clock, the painted square dial with date aperture inscribed Parry, Tremado? the eight day movement striking on a bell, 14" dial, 216cm high £100-150
92.     An oriental rug with three serrated lozenges on a red field within a chevron border 204cm x 100cm £20-30
93.     *A Keshan rug, with central medallion and foliate filled beige field, within a multiple border, 200cm x 140cm £50-70
94.     *A Keshan rug, the central medallion and foliate scrolls on a red field with ivory border, 200cm x 140cm £50-70
95.     Harold Bayes
Hermanus near Cape Town
Watercolour, signed
22cm x 36.5cm
Fishing Junks in Hong Kong, and a still life of flowers (3) £30-40
96.     After Lawson Wood
A Hunting We Will Go
16cm x 26cm
and three other monkey cartoons after the same artist (4) £15-20
97.     Jeremy King
Pulteney Bridge, Bath
Limited edition print
Signed and numbered in pencil
40cm x 60cm £20-30
98.     Eugene Demester
Figure in a boat moored in a river
Oil on canvas, signed
26cm x 34cm £50-70
99.     Wilder
Sheep in a Highland river landscape
Oil on canvas, signed
61cm x 91cm £40-60
100.    R.L. Pikesley
'Abalone'
Oil on canvas, inscribed on the reverse
56cm square £20-30
101.    Stephen Foster
A landscape of fields
Watercolour, signed
34cm x 60cm £15-20
102.    20th century English School
Old Bosham
Charcoal and watercolour
25cm x 35cm
P.F. Tunstill
Lakeview
Oil on canvas
39cm x 75cm
Two other works and an embroidery (5) £30-40
103.    Robert Bateman - RCA (Canadian)
High Camp at Dusk
Limited edition print, 34/950 signed in pencil in margin with label verso The Tyron Gallery
46.5cm x 82.5cm £20-30
104.    John Trickett
Two Jack Russells
No 136/695 limited edition print, signed in pencil
40cm x 31cm £15-20
105.    Louise Southan
Thatched cottages in the countryside - pair
miniature oval watercolours
signed and dated '89
9cm x 11.5cm £25-35
106.    John Moss '73
The Gomshall Mill, Surrey
A pen drawing with wash
12cm x 18cm £15-20
107.    Penny Roberts
'The Picnic'
Signed oil on canvas
49.5cm x 74cm £10-15
108.    P. Looby
A sunny Caribbean beach with windsurfing
Oil on board
26.5cm x 34cm £10-20
109.    Frank Martin (1921-2005)
'Winter Garden'
Etching and aquatint, signed in pencil 44/150.
56cm x 40cm £90-100
110.    David Suff (b1955)
'Homage' and 'Threshold'
Hand coloured etchings, signed and dated, both 72/175.
20cm x 25cm £50-70
111.    Charlotte M. Alston (1887-1914)
Garden landscape with morning daffodils and blossom
Watercolour
signed
27cm x 15cm £30-40
112.    Elise Moss
Brittany coast with boats in harbour
Oil on board
signed and dated 1963
49.5cm x 72cm £15-20
113.    Zegeling
Sailing vessels at dawn
Oil on canvas, signed
60cm x 90cm
And another of a windmill by the same hand
29cm x 39cm £30-50
114.    G. Brouwer
Fishing vessel at lowtide
Oil on panel, signed
38cm x 48cm
And C.V. Aonger
Figures in a winter scene
Oil on canvas, signed
49cm x 59cm (2) £40-60
115.    20th Century
Farmhouse before mountains
Oil on board, label on reverse
23cm x 31cm
J. Whitford
Still life of flowers
Oul on board, signed
37cm x 30cm
And two watercolours (4) £30-50
116.    After W.J. Huggins
Plate of HMS Winchester
Later hand coloured engraving
40cm x 55cm
A print after Klee 'Komodie'
A Victorian printed portrait and a painting of a girl (4) £30-40
117.    John 'Jack' Earl
A study of a nude
Pastels
32cm x 53cm
Another by the same artist and three other studies of nudes (5) £50-70
118.    John 'Jack' Earl
'Roots'
Oil on board, signed and labelled on reverse
54cm x 74cm £40-60
119.    John 'Jack' Earl
Farm at Mapledurham
Oil on canvas
Inscribed on the reverse
44cm x 55cm
And an oil on board by the same hand of the Lake District
34cm x 44cm (2) £40-60
120.    John 'Jack' Earl
Still life of a pot of flowers
Oil on board
55cm x 44cm
And another similar, oil on canvas
44cm x 39cm £30-40
120A.   David 'Owens' Dyer
Mont St Michel, and Cornish Coastal View
A pair, oil on canvas, both signed Owens
20.5cm x 25cm (2) £60-80
121.    John 'Jack' Earl
Farm at Mapledurham
Oil on board, inscribed on the reverse
43cm x 56cm
and two other similar (3) £40-60
122.    John 'Jack' Earl
The Old Lock Gates
Oil on board, inscribed on the reverse
54cm x 61cm
and another
38cm x 52cm (2) £40-60
123.    Attributed to John 'Jack' Earl
White cottages
Oil on board
57cm x 47cm
And another landscape
26cm x 37cm £20-30
124.    John 'Jack' Earl
Mullion Cove, Cornwall
Oil on board, signed and inscribed on the reverse
45cm x 54cm
And another of Gull Rock, Mullion
53cm x 42cm £50-70
125.    John 'Jack' Earl
Hambleden Valley
Oil on board
Inscribed on the reverse
54cm x 80cm £40-60
126.    Giovanni Schoeman (South Africa 1940 - 1980)
Greek and Roman Cameos
Relief sculpture mounted on board, one plaque signed 67cm x 39cm £100-150
127.    Giovanni Schoeman (South Africa 1940-1980)
'Harmony'
Relief sculpture mounted on board
65cm x 49cm £150-250
128.    Frank Egginton
Arisaig Sands - Inverness-shire
Watercolour, signed
37cm x 52cm £200-400
129.    Attributed to Horace Hone. A.R.A. (1754 - 1825)
Portrait miniature of Judge Francis Noble, (died 9th May 1790)
Labels on reverse
9.5cm x 7.5cm £150-250
130.    Frank Meadow Sutcliffe (1853 - 1941)
'Stern Reality' or Excitement
Sepia photograph
Signed bottom left in pencil, inscribed in pencil on the reverse with title, copyright no.307 and signed F.M. Sutcliffe Whitby
Image 15cm x 20cm, mounted and framed £200-300
131.    Henry Earp Senior (1831 - 1914)
River falls with fisherman beyond
Watercolour, signed
55cm x 74cm £150-200
132.    19th century English School
Widow teaching a child
Oil on canvas
75cm x 62cm £150-250
133.    Geza (Gordon) Marich (1913 - 1985)
Gatineau Hills, Canada
Oil on canvas, signed
60cm x 90cm £100-150
134.    •Humphrey Spender (1910 - 2005)
Gravel pit in rainbow colours
Watercolour and gouache
Signed and dated 1967
50cm x 40cm
May be subject to ARR £200-300
135.    A large copper jampan, 43cm diameter, four Victorian copper saucepans and a copper kettle £30-50
136.    Two copper coal helmets £30-40
137.    Two pairs of brass candlesticks, two brass watering cans. three dishes and a trivet £30-40
138.    An Indian copper charger decorated with antelope 54.5cm diameter, two other plates similar, a pair of brass and copper plates, a pair of Islamic brass and copper plates and another Islamic copper plate (8) £70-100
139.    A Tirolean inlaid walnut panel, depicting a lady holding a basket, 33cm x 23.5cm and two other carved panels £30-40
140.    Three small Eastern bronzes, two of animals one of man riding cow, 13cm high £20-30
141.    A far Eastern carved wood games compendium, with chess pieces, backgammon pieces and dice £30-50
142.    Various African ebony carved busts, figures, bookends and other carvings of African animals £30-50
143.    An Islamic brass log basket, 35cm diameter, a brass picture frame, two snakeskin handbags and a stone floral decoration £20-30
144.    A stylised hardstone figure of a bird, wings raised, possibly South American, 23cm high, and a white metal covered Buddhist figure 13cm high £40-60
145.    A black metal 'Anglepoise' lamp by Herbert Terry & Sons £30-40
146.    A pair of brass models of cannons on metal carriages, 21cm long, a brass shell case formed as a jug (lacks bottom), two trivets and a pair of candlesticks £40-60
147.    After Auguste Moreau
La Suprise and Panier de Fruit
A pair of bronzed metal figures on marble bases 29cm high,
a pair of Lowlands carved wood busts and another pair of figures (6) £30-50
148.    A gilded plaster classical figure of Cybele riding a lion, on an ebonised base with glass dome, figure 24cm high, dome 36cm high £40-60
149.    A Genesis bronze cased finish model of a pony and foal, 9cm high and a bronze finish cubist art sculpture of two figures titled 'Friendship Moments of Reflection' cubism series by CWSL 2003 £20-30
150.    A pewter sculpture on mahogany base of fish swimming amongst reeds by T.P. Brown, 15.5 cm high £15-20
151.    A bronze desk tray with elephant together with a bronze finish otter family sculpture, signed Williams £25-35
152.    A copper coach horn 126cm long £20-30
154.    A pair of alabaster table lamps, another pair of giltmetal mounts and another table lamp (5) £30-40
155.    A collection of Artist's materials, including watercolour paper, acrylics, and watercolouring trial sets £30-50
156.    A collection of Concorde memorabilia, including a plated British Airways tray, playing cards, model, photographs and leaflets £20-30
157.    Books: Armorial Families, edited by Arthur Charles Fox-Davies, seventh edition 1929 Hurst & Blackett, in two volumes with uncut pages; Burkes Family Records and Burke's Extinct and Dormant Baronetcies (4) £20-30
158.    An Antoria Classic acoustic guitar model no. 356 and a Russian mandolin (2) £30-40
159.    A reproduction Officer's stovepipe Shako for a Light Infantry Regiment, possibly after a c1810 95th Regiment design, a various maps on rice paper £40-60
160.    A collection of vinyl records including The Five Faces of Manfred Mann, Duane Eddy - Have 'Twangy' Guitar Will Travel, The Animals, Alice Cooper - Billion Dollar Babies, The Beatles - Magical Mysetry Tour (Capitol 48062), Led Zeppelin III and Physical Graffiti, George Harrison - All Things Must Pass, David Bowie, Genesis and others £60-80
161.    A hardboard jigsaw, depicting a cow and calf, a cribbage board with compartment for playing cards, and a domino's set £10-15
162.    A collection of vinyl records including Captain Beefheart and the Magic Band, Canned Rock (signed by the band), Culture Club, Duran Duran, Dr Hook, ABBA and the Doobie Brothers (48) £30-50
163.    Two Madme Alexander dolls in original boxes, three other dolls in Greek dress and a variety of other dolls £30-40
164.    A late 19th century Lachenal rosewood cased concertina, with 48 bone keys, labelled and numbered 15602, with rosewood box (bellows split) £100-200
165.    Triang HO gauge rolling stock including American observation car, R2335 locomotive and tender, goods van, R21 carriages, track, etc £20-30
166.    Books: A Complete History of Druids: Lichfield printed by and for T.G. Lomax, 1810, with two engravings, later boards £70-100
167.    A collection of postcards, mostly 1970s onwards UK, European and Asian topographical and various books £15-20
169.    A 19th century ivory elephant being attacked by a lion, 9cm high, and an ivory knop for a walking cane (2) £120-150
170.    A collection of penknives, including Swiss type, fruit knives and others £20-30
171.    An A.M. Astro compass Mark II 6.A/1174 in a grey painted fitted box £40-60
172.    A boxed replica of the R.M.S. Lusitania (German) Medal, commemorating the sinking of the liner £40-50
173.    An early 20th century ivory and red stain turned chess set, boxed, and another turned wood chess set £100-150
174.    A vintage fishing rod and reel, and books on fishing £20-30
175.    Meccano: Electric Motor E20R, Transformer T20, No.1 Clockwork Motor, Magic Clockwork Motor (all boxed) and accessory boxes for 3A, 4A, 5A, 6A, 7A with various accessories £20-30
176.    Die-cast model vechicles: Two Dinky Foden Flatbed trucks, a Corgi Ecurie Ecosse transporter, Corgi Carrimore Low Loader and two modern Corgi trucks (6) £20-25
177.    A collection of 45rpm singles including The Beatles: Eleanor Rigby/Yellow Submarine (R5493), Hey Jude/Revolution (R5722) The Scaffold: Thank U Very Much/ Ide B The First, Do You Remember?/ Carry On Krow (11) and a Fidelity HF43 record player £15-25
178.    A retro Seiko alarm clock circa 1985, as new with box and papers, together with a Baymatter green slate cased desk-top barometer/thermometer, and two travel clocks £15-20
179.    A Victorian turned Lignum Vitae small stand, 25cm high £15-20
180.    A Wilesco D10 steam engine, with accessories and original box £50-70
181.    A Mamod TE1 steam tractor and another TE1A steam tractor, with some accessories (unboxed) (2) £30-50
182.    A military 22c/1729 flying helmet, size 1 1964, fitted with a mask, and a pair of Navy epaulettes £30-40
183.    Three handpainted wooden flat model vintage racing cars, by Peter de Wit of Faversham, another two of cars, and a similar set of pairs of animals, a figure of Noah and a dove £40-60
184.    A brass ships lantern, another brass lantern and a blacked metal lantern (3) £30-40
185.    A Diana Mod 25 .177 calibre air rifle £30-50
186.    A Daisy model 1894 Winchester style BB gun 14.5mm calibre, lot no.7B04555 £50-70
187.    A Pioneer Break Barrel air rifle, model no. G.4634, probably .22 calibre £30-50
188.    A Webley Eclipse .22 calibre underlever air rifle, No. 000011, with Webley 4x20 scope £80-120
189.    A BSA .22 break barrel air rifle no. TH87447 with BSA 4x20 scope £30-50
190.    A collection of British and world postage stamps, including penny reds, first day covers, complete sheets for San Marino, Monaco and Magyar
£30-50
191.    After Abraham Ortelius
A map of France and Belgium
Copper engraving 40cm x 50cm
Mounted on card
A map of Berkshire after Robert Morden, and reproduction maps after C&J Greenwood and others £40-60
192.    Two bags of mixed detecting finds, inclduing coins, thimbles, keys, buckles, badges, shot bullets, buttons, pieces of jewellery etc £20-30
193.    A collection of comics, including The Beano 1984-1993, The Dandy 1984-1989 also Sept 4th 1966, Whopee Monthly and others £30-50
194.    A collection of comics, including Big Comic Fortnightly 1990-1993, Funny Fortnightly 1989-1990, Whizzer and Chips 1987-1990 and others £30-50
195.    A collection of comics, including Buster 1989-1993, and Comic Library series for Beano, Dandy and Buster £30-50
196.    A National Comprehensive Family Bible edited by John Eadie, and a book of Common Prayer (2) £20-30
197.    A Wanderer stamp album with World postage stamps £20-30
198.    A Yard-O-Led silver propelling pencil, in original box £20-25
199.    Corgi Classics:97931 AEC Flatbed Greenall Whitley, 97970 Foden Tanker Regent, 18401 BR Bedford O Articulated set, 97177 Burlingham Seagull Northern Roadways, (all boxed) Vanguards Jaguar XJ6 series I (boxed), various die-cast model vehicles, including Dad's Army J. Jones van, Ford Zodiac yellow/white, Concorde, buses, Vanguards and others (23) £25-35
200.    A collection of memorabilia related to Wolverhampton Wanderers, also betting slips signed by Paul Gascoigne, Bryan Robson, Peter Beardsley and Gary Lineker, including match tickets, team photographs, signed photographs (including Graham Taylor and Bill Sketer), programmes and signed books £60-80
201.    A Stanley of London Natural Sine brass compass, with spirit levels to the dial, 10.5cm wide, boxed £70-100
202.    Two albums of First Day covers from the 1970s, including Gibraltar and Sarawak £30-40
203.    Wade figures of tortoises, Disney and Sylvac figures, die-cast models, Nipper (HMV) mugs and various table mats including HMV £20-30
204.    A Wedgwood mug designed by Richard Guyatt to commemorate the 25th wedding anniversary of the Queen and Prince Philip, another for the wedding of Princess Anne to Captain Mark Phillips, and other commemorative wares including Halcyon Days enamel boxes £15-20
205.    A pair of late Victorian ivory carved opera glasses, cased, an Ilford Sportsman camera, a pair of Tohyoh binoculars, a Japanese whist marker and box £30-50
206.    Various ivorine and celluloid dressing table accessories, including brushes, boxes and shoe horns £10-15
207.    Two stock book albums of bird themed World postage stamps £30-40
208.    Four Minkus Publication Master Global stamp albums, containing World postage stamps £30-40
209.    Two Stanley Gibbons International stamp albums, another similar Boots World Stamp Album and another album of World postage stamps (4) £20-30
210.    An album of fish and reptile themed international postage stamps £15-20
210A.   A Beswick child's tea set, printed with Walt Disney characters including Bambi, Pluto, Mickey Mouse, etc, other teawares and ceramics £30-40
211.    Two albums of World postage stamps including mini-sheets £25-35
212.    A stock book album of British Postage Stamps £30-40
213.    An album of French African postage stamps £10-15
214.    Three Action Man figures, with various uniforms, weapons and accessories £30-50
215.    Three albums of World Postage Stamps, various loose stamps, and album of matchboxes and a card of vintage car tokens £20-30
216.    Various lace and linen including European, Japanese and Middle Eastern, some 1950s £10-15
217.    A Japanese crackle glaze bowl, depicting warriors on horseback, a pair of Japanese vases, and other Oriental ceramics £20-30
218.    An enamel vase with printed portrait 20cm high, two Davenport square dishes and a bowl, and various other plates and bowls £20-30
219.    A collection of African carved wood masks and other carvings £60-80
220.    A Chinese carved hardwood rectangular tray 76cm x 44cm, a brass circular tray, lacquer boxes, other boxes, wax tracings £40-60
221.    A cast brass umbrella stand, depicting a hunting scene, a copper warming pan and various horse brasses and brassware £30-40
222.    Various vintage flash bulbs, a Zeiss Ikoblitz flashgun (boxed), a Zeiss Nettar camera 1:45 f:75 lens, a box brownie, binoculars and books on photography £20-30
223.    A Hammersley china plate, painted with fruit signed D. Millington 27.5cm diameter, two Alfred Meakin plates, other plates and a tea service £20-30
224.    Three brass postal scales, a pair of balances, an olivewood box and two other boxes £30-50
225.    A brass fire fender, magazine rack and various other brasswares £20-30
226.    A set of eleven Waterfod crystal wine glasses, with faceted bowls and stems, 19cm high, and eleven matching sundae bowls £150-200
227.    A collection of various glass vases, dishes, etc including Murano £15-20
228.    Four glass Murano clowns £30-40
229.    Two Mdina Malta glass vases, together with a seahorse paperweight £15-20
230.    A Wedgwood speckled pink glass elephant paperweight, 9cm high £20-30
231.    A Wedgwood glass mushroom paperweight together with a vintage glass owl paperweight by Steuben of Portugal, scratched sign to base (2) £20-30
232.    A pair of Staffordshire dogs, a Staffordshire pepperette, two Lladro figures, a Victorian glass lustre and a small vase £40-60
233.    Royal Doulton figures: Tootles HN1680, Jill HN2061, Ascot HN2356, Pantalettes HN1412; a Royal Copenhagen figure of a cat 1025/727 and a Royal Crown Derby figure of a cat £40-60
234.    Royal Doulton Twilight Rose part breakfast service, Paragon Exmoor pattern tea service, Crown Staffordshire Glendale part coffee service and other teawares and plates £40-60
235.    A pair of floral design jardinieres by Tiffany &Co, 18cm high, a matching vase and circular box, a pair of Steinman square vases, Sadler vases and other ceramics £40-60
236.    A Copeland Spode dinner service, early 20th century with pink floral decoration, with impressed Copeland mark and printed marks for Harrods, 41 pieces £30-50
237.    A Price of Kensington Cottageware breakfast service, including teapot, butter dish, condiment set, and biscuit barrel, and a pair of amber glass diamond shape vases £30-40
238.    Royal Doulton Figures: Hannah HN4050, Rebecca HN4041, Elyse HN2474, Amy HN3316, Jennifer HN3447 and Southern Belle HN3174, all with original boxes £30-40
239.    Coalport Figures: Literary Heroines - Lorna no.496 and Rebecca no. 634; An Evening at the Opera 'Sara' no. 571; The Dream Unfolds no. 563; High Society - Lady Sara no.526; Ladies of Fashion - Lorraine, all with original boxes £40-60
240.    A Copeland Spode Italian pattern tea and dinner service, 65 pieces, a Royal Worcester teapot and two relief plaques £30-50
241.    A stoneware tyg, applied with Royal coat of arms, hare and pheasant, 14.5cm high, another two handle mug and three stoneware jugs and a Wedgwood Mayfield pattern tea service, with ten cups and saucers, bread plate, toast rack and bowls £30-50
242.    A Beswick figure of a tiger, 11cm high, a Jema lustre figure of a trout, three other animal figures and a pair of Japanese vases (7) £30-40
243.    A purple glass lustre decanter, a Royal Copenhagen coffee cup and two saucers, Moorcroft teawares (incomplete) Japanese wares, breakfast wares and miscellaneous £20-30
244.    A cut glass ships decanter, 30cm high, a claret jug and three square decanters (5) £50-70
245.    Three Coalport teacup, saucer and plate sets with floral decoration with purple, blue or green borders, a Shelley part tea service and other tea wares £30-40
246.    An Aldermaston fruit bowl, 32cm diameter and a similar jug, 20cm high, initialled A.W., painted marks £40-60
247.    A large collection of drinking glasses, including German rummers, shot glasses, champagne bowls, tumblers and wine glasses £40-60
248.    A pair of Marquis by Waterford decanter stoppers, a Waterford crystal ashtray, three Towle glass stoppers and other glassware £40-60
249.    An opaque glass shell form dish, a glass pedestal dish and five paperweights £40-60
250.    A set of six Susie Cooper coffee cans and saucers, with green bands to the cups, 7cm high £40-60
251.    A blue and green fish shape glass ornament 32.5cm high, a blue glass entwined ornament 36cm high, two Lladro figures and a Mdina style vase £30-50
252.    A Royal Doulton Figures: Patricia HN3365 and Mary HN3375; A Franklin Porcelain 'The Birds and Flowers of the Orient' teapot; an RBLI limited edition heart shape table clock and a Titanic Heirloom porcelain music box, all boxed (5) £20-30
253.    Four Royal Worcester Legends of the Nile series collectors plates, a Llewelyn-Bowen for Worcester coffee set and a Komozka bauble shape box £20-30
254.    Coalport Figures: Day at the Races no.199 of 750; The Fairytale Begins no.563; Snow White no.419, 'Celebration' no.625, Cleopatra Gold Edition no.9959, and Royal Worcester figure - Cleopatra Queen of Kings (seated on an elephant) no.265 £50-70
255.    A Whitefriars style bark effect ashtray in meadow green colour, three moulded rock form glass candleholders and another £30-40
256.    A Royal Worcester purple, blue and white floral decorated jug, no. 1094, 11cm high, a Belleek vase and jug and two other wares £40-60
257.    A Furnivals red transfer printed floral design meatplate, 50cm wide, a Royal Doulton Rose Elegans tea service, Minton and Coalport dishes, and a Japanese bowl £30-50
258.    A Gray's Pottery coffee service, with yellow floral decoration comprising five cups and saucers, another cup, five side plates, coffee pot and cream jug £20-30
259.    Royal Doulton Figures: The Lobster Man HN2317, Drummer Boy HN2679, and The Old Balloon Seller HN1215; two Royal Doulton character jugs, a Beswick character jug and a pair of replica Wood & Sons Toby jugs £60-80
260.    A Poole Pottery brown glazed vase with scroll decoration, initialled A.F. and A.V., 93 31cm high and a Poole Pottery Hors D'oeuvre dish £30-40
261.    Two Oriental style ceramic/ pottery table lamps on mahogany bases and a small Tiffany style table lamp with brass base, 38cm high £25-35
262.    A Coalport figurine from Ladies of Fashion series 'Letter from a Lover' with original box and three other figures of ladies in fashion (4) £20-30
263.    A Royal Doulton loving cup for Courage Brewery commemorating 1953 Queen Elizabeth II Coronation, designed by Milner Gray £15-20
264.    A large vintage hand thrown pottery vase 40cm tall with abstract decoration, signed to base D. Weake potter at Pennybont Pottery £10-20
265.    A pair of Lladro geese figurines, 4551 and 4553, circa 1970 £20-30
266.    A Nao by Lladro clown harlequin figure, seated reading wearing a mandolin on his back, together with a Nao seated kitten 'All Decked Out' 0492 £30-40
267.    Four onyx marble vases, together with dish and pyramid paperweight £15-20
268.    A Nao sad dog figure 19cm high together with a young girl holding a basket 25cm high £25-30
269.    Five Withersdale ceramic tiles, depicting British birds, each mounted and framed 10.5cm square and 19th century style prints on glass of birds £20-30
270.    A 1930s set of conical form drinking glasses with etched decoration, including eleven water glasses, twelve large wine glasses, twelve small wine glasses and ten liqueur glasses £30-40
271.    A set of ten green stemmed etched wine glasses, possibly German, and ten other wine glasses £20-30
272.    An Amberglade jug depicting floral design cigarette cards 22cm high and another smaller 12cm high £10-15
273.    A set of three Steuben glass figures of beavers, largest 16.5cm high with protective bags and box £100-150
274.    A set of eight 19th century Paris porcelain plates, each with green borders and floral cartouches, depicting a different Parisian landmark, each marked in gilt on the reverse Feuillet and a description of the landmark 24cm diameter £400-600
275.    A set of ten German porcelain cup and saucers, each with painted floral decoration, 7.5cm high, tied cross baton mark £60-80
276.    Three Moorcroft Pottery mounted pot lids 11cm diameter, and another smaller 9cm diameter (4) £30-50
277.    A Moorcroft Pottery 'Love in a Mist' design vase, no.268 of 300 signed by Rachel Bishop dated '95 31cm high with original box £200-300
278.    An Okra iridescent glass vase, Woodland design, etched mark and signature for Richard P Golding no. 528 of 1000 18cm high and a Nightshade design vase 16.5cm high, both with original boxes (2) £100-150
279.    An Okra Glass 'Siesta' design cameo glass vase 20.5cm high, two other Okra glass vases with boxes, and a small Okra green glass vase (4) £100-150
280.    A Moorcroft Pottery 'Red Ribbon' design jug, no.325 signed by Shirley Hayes and dated 23.1.2005, two star mark, 24cm high with original box £120-180
281.    A Moorcroft Pottery 'Wisteria' design vase, in purple, marked trial 16.11.99 and signed by designer Philip Gibson, 15cm high, with original box and leaflet £80-120
282.    A Moorcroft Pottery 'Kiffar Lily' design vase signed by Shirley Hayes and dated 3.2.2001 no 622 with two star mark 16cm high with original box £60-80
283.    A Moorcroft Pottery 'Rough Hawks Beard' design vase, designed by Rachel Bishop, signed by John Moorcroft and dated 8.11.97 14cm high with original box £60-80
284.    A Moorcroft Pottery Tuscany Red Sky design vase, dated 30.7.99 signed by Beverley Wilkes and dated 27.11.99 21cm high with original box £100-150
285.    A Moorcroft Pottery 'Gentian' design vase, marked trial 20.10.99 and signed by designer Philip Gibson, 16cm high with original box £80-120
286.    A Moorcroft enamel Moorcroft bottle kiln design vase 7.5cm high with original box £60-80
286A.   A Moorcroft enamel 'Bluebell' vase, limited edition 46/150 9cm high and another 'Love in a Mist' enamel vase, initialled D.J.H. 6cm high, both with boxes £100-150
287.    A Moorcroft Pottery miniature vase, in the Sacred Fruit design, marked trial 23.11.2010 8cm high, and another miniature vase in the Snow Berry design 6cm high, both with original boxes (2) £60-80
288.    A Moorcroft Pottery 'Strawberry Thief' design vase, impressed marks, 13.5cm high, with original box £60-80
289.    A parian bust of Apollo Belvedere after C. Delpech, possibly by Copeland, impressed artist's details to the bust on a socle base impressed 'Published February 1st 1861, Art Union London 1861', 33cm high £150-200
290.    A Royal Doulton Flambe Veined vase no.1616, 23cm high £100-150
291.    A Poole Pottery The Saint George Plate, designed by Tony Morris, numbered 108 of 1000 and signed by L.J. Wills 32cm diameter, with certificate £70-100
292.    A Whitefriars glass triform dish in ruby red 14cm wide, labelled, and a Whitefriars ruby red 'Knobbly' glass vase, 12.5cm high, labelled £30-50
293.    A Lyn Ross blue glass globular vase, depicting dolphins and fish, 14cm high, and a Royal Brierley studio glass vase in white and pink, 31cm high £20-30
294.    Five Poole Pottery vases, a bowl and a dish, all in orange red and green colours, some monogrammed to the base, largest vase 23cm high (5) £60-80
295.    Two Poole Pottery figures of cats in white, largest 29cm high, (one with chipped ear) another in blue 16.5cm high, Poole Pottery figure of a dolphin and another of a seal (5) £30-50
296.    A Moorcroft Pottery anemone design ginger jar and cover, 15.5cm high impressed mark and applied label £30-50
297.    A pair of ivorine Chinese style vases, with elephant form handles 26cm high, and other ivorine vases, ashtray and figure £20-30
298.    A pair of Chinese bronze vases, 31cm high, two brass vases, a Chinese cauldron, and a plated Chinese vase and cover dated March 1931 Hong Kong (all as found) (6) £40-60
299.    A pair of Chinese bronze vases with hexagonal tops 21cm high, a pair of brass Chinese vases, and various other Oriental metalwares £30-50
300.    A Chinese Cloisonne plate, depicting a bird and butterfly amongst flowers on a blue ground 30cm diameter, and a floral double gourd cloisonne vase 16cm high (2) £60-80
301.    A Chinese cloisonne vase, depicting an eagle and birds amongst flowers 25cm high and a pair of similar cloisonne vases, 19cm high, with damage £60-80
302.    A pair of Chinese pottery yellow and blue ground ginger jars and covers, with bird and floral design, 14.5cm high, a pair of carved bamboo vases, a pair of candlesticks and a Japanese teapot £30-50
303.    A pair of famille rose Chinese vases, the floral yellow and blue borders enclosing floral panels with bats and figures in boats, 38cm high (one repaired) £60-80
304.    A Chinese blue and white Cinque-foil tulip vase with peony decoration 26cm high £100-150
305.    A Chinese blue and white crackleware vase, depicting clouds and Fo Dogs, impressed mark 39.5cm high £40-60
306.    A Chinese soapstone carving with monkeys and birds together with an old fisherman figure, a carved redwood horse and Buddha £10-20
307.    A cased canteen of cutlery for twelve £50-60
308.    A pair of Corinthian column table lamps complete with shades £20-25
309.    Four pot lids and plated cruet, etc £20-30
310.    A large collection of Oriental and Indian metalwares (two trays) £60-80
311.    Eight drinking glass coasters set with Dutch pottery £10-15
312.    An eight bottle cruet on plated stand, a plated biscuit barrel on stand, and a single candlestick mounted on a horses hoof £30-40
313.    A small collection of plated items to include a spirit flask, a ladies purse, etc £40-50
314.    A boxed canteen of cutlery for six £35-45
315.    A silver plated stilton scoop, a crumb tray and a pair of Mappin Brothers salad servers £40-45
316.    A pair of sherry decanters £10-20
317.    A four piece pewter tea set on tray £20-25
317A.   A cased set of plated fish knives and forks, together with a cased set of six plated coffee spoons and a four piece Britannia metal tea set £20-30
318.    A cased three piece carving set with horn handles and silver plated fittings by Edwin Blyde of Sheffield £15-20
319.    A pair of silver plated oval photo frames together with silver plated cut glass scent spray £15-20
320.    A fret cut design dish on stand, together with an Edzard silver plated tea caddy box £25-35
321.    A small collection of silver plated cutlery £10-15
322.    A silver egg cup and a child's spoon £15-25
323.    A decorative photo frame 22cm x 17cm £45-50
324.    A continental silver pill box with yellow enamel lid £50-60
325.    A small two handled silver trophy cup and a silver cream jug £70-100
326.    A silver trinket box and a Danish white metal cover for a comb £40-50
327.    A white metal and glass butter dish £15-20
330.    A pair of Chinese export silver specimen vases, 19th century together with a smaller English hallmarked vase 10cm £50-60
331.    Two silver Chinese export tea strainers, one by Tuck Chaing Shangai, the other Wang Hing £80-120
332.    A silver dish in the form of a shell together with a silver lidded scent bottle £40-45
333.    A silver vesta case £20-25
334.    A silver cigarette case, a Meerschaum pipe and a cased pince-nez £50-75
335.    A silver cigarette case £40-45
336.    Two cut glass scent bottles with silver collars, Birmingham 1929 and London 1922 £25-35
338.    Two silver cigarette cases, an electroplated cigarette case and a vesta case £60-80
339.    A silver container for playing cards £30-40
340.    A white metal cocktail shaker depicting a dragon in high relief, 26cm high £600-700
341.    A pair of silver knife rests £150-175
342.    An export Chinese silver epergne with four trumpet vases including a large central trumpet vase, hallmarks P.K. for Pao Kuang (Canton), 30cm high £700-800
343.    One cased set of Chinese export silver tea spoons together with a silver set of Japanese tea spoons £50-60
344.    A three piece Japanese silver tea set hallmarked (Asahi-Shoten pure silver) decorated with bamboo £250-300
345.    Four boxed commemorative coin sets in original condition, including an Armistice Day crown and five pennies, a Battle of Ypres crown set, and two silver crown sets for the 70th anniversary of D-Day £120-150
346.    A Princess Diana commemorative coin collection, in original case by Heirloom Coins £20-25
347.    A pair of gold sovereigns for 1914 and 1918, in a collectors case commemorating World War I with certificate £400-450
348.    A cased 2016 gold sovereign £200-220
349.    A Sovereign 2017 Gold Proof Coin, issued by The Royal Mint in a presentation case £220-250
350.    Two 9 carat gold double crowns, commemorating Armistice Day - Lest We Forget £80-120
351.    The 40th Anniversary of Concorde, three silver proof coins in original box £100-200
352.    A small collection of medallions and coins £10-15
353.    Two bags of mixed coins, one mixed World coins - Spanish, Italian, French, Portuguese, Cyprus, Australia, Barbados, Belgium, American, Kenya, Israel, Sierra Leone, Jugoslavija, India and others, and the other bag of English pennies, half pennies to include George VI half pennies £25-35
353A.   Two tubs of coins £15-20
354.    Two bags of costume jewellery £30-50
355.    **WITHDRAWN** An opal and paste set ring and two 9 carat gold rings £70-80
356.    A collection of cufflinks, mainly silver £80-100
356A.   Two large bags of costume jewellery, to include desk clock, etc £30-40
358.    A jade ring set in 9 carat gold £80-100
359.    A pair of white metal and paste set Art Deco style earrings £20-25
360.    A round jade pendant set in 9 carat gold frame £80-90
361.    A silver and enamel brooch (possibly Russian) £40-50
362.    Five gentleman's wristwatches to include a gold Avia wristwatch, and a pocket watch (all working) £150-200
363.    Gold and silver cufflinks and a silver watch Albert, etc £80-120
364.    A ladies 18 carat gold fob watch £100-120
365.    A small collection of scrap gold £100-120
366.    A ladies watch and two brooches £20-25
367.    An 18 carat gold signet ring together with a small round locket £100-120
368.    A white metal ring together with a diamond eternity ring (both rings are cut) £80-100
369.    A ladies watch suspended from a bow £45-50
370.    A ladies silver fob watch with silver dial having gold batons £25-30
371.    A foil compact, a carnelian necklace, buttons and other jewellery £20-30
372.    A box of costume and silver earrings £15-20
373.    Nine brooches, silver pendant, pendant and bead bag £20-30
374.    A long Venetian Millefiori necklace £50-60
375.    A large bag of costume jewellery £10-20
376.    A cased 925 silver cross inset with pale coloured stones and chain £20-30
377.    A collection of nine gem set silver rings £40-60
378.    A collection of 10 gem set silver rings £50-70
379.    A collection of 10 gem set silver rings £50-70
380.    A collection of 10 gem set silver rings £50-70
381.    A collection of 10 gem set silver rings £50-70
382.    A collection of 10 gem set silver rings £50-70
383.    A horseshoe link bracelet, set with paste stones, another bracelet and a pendant £30-40
384.    A 9 carat gold gentleman's signet ring £150-170
385.    A gentleman's bi-metal Rotary wristwatch £50-60
386.    A good three stone diamond ring, set in yellow metal (no marks) £500-600
387.    A curblink 9 carat rose gold bracelet, four spare charms, a ladies watch, etc £280-320
388.    A five stone diamond ring, a small sapphire and diamond ring, a three stone amethyst and seed pearl ring £120-140
389.    An 18th century silver gilt Verge pocket watch by Robert Makepiece having pierced cock and diamond endstone and round pillars, signed to cover Makepiece Searle Street, London, No 2185, no damage to the enamel dial £500-600
390.    A diamond and ruby heart pendant £100-150
391.    A 9 carat gold oval locket on 9 carat gold neck chain £300-350
392.    Two strings of faceted red stones (probably ruby) £250-300
393.    An 18 carat gold half eternity ring of square sapphires and round diamonds £400-450
394.    A hinged white metal ring showing diamonds on one side and a blue stone on the other £120-150
395.    A 9 carat white gold ring set with checker board of four diamonds and a centre diamond £120-150
396.    A ruby and diamond pendant £130-150
397.    A fine trap cut ring, set with an emerald and diamonds £600-650
398.    A ruby and diamond pendant £250-300
399.    A diamond and platinum necklace set with white diamonds and a pear shape brandy diamond £1500-1600
400.    An opal pendant set in 9 carat gold £350-400
401.    A diamond and sapphire ring set in 9 carat gold £100-150
402.    A seven stone heart shaped green garnet ring set in 9 carat gold £150-200
403.    A ruby and diamond ring set in white gold £200-250
404.    An emerald and diamond pendant £250-300
405.    A 9 carat gold double watch Albert with two spinning seals £550-600
406.    An 18 carat gold full hunter pocket watch by J.G. Allen, Guernsey, No. 16587, with subsidiary seconds dial and engine turned case, hallmarked for Chester, date letter 1856 £700-800
407.    A 9 carat gold pocket watch Albert with a gold Masonic jewel attached £500-600
408.    A heart shape Belle Epoch style pendant and chain set with peridot and seed pearls £120-140