Antique & Collectables Sale on
Wednesday 9th October 2019

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1.      A Florentine style giltwood wall mirror, the shaped plate within a foliate spray carved frame 86cm x 57cm £60-80
2.      A leather hat box, a leather suitcase and two travel trunks (4) £40-60
3.      A 19th century pine corner cabinet, the panelled door enclosing four shaped shelves 88cm wide 136cm high £60-80
4.      A late Victorian rush and bamboo covered chest of drawers, with two short and two long drawers on outsplayed bamboo legs 103cm wide, 40cm deep, 105cm high £150-200
5.      Three travel trunks, a canvas suitcase, a leather suitcase, a 1960s suitcase and a metal box £60-80
6.      A late Victorian burr walnut music cabinet with leather edged shelves and single door (loose) as found, 53cm wide, 86cm high £15-20
7.      Three 1960s teak standard lamps, a Lloyd Loom corner basket, and seven various teak tables (11) £20-30
8.      An Edwardian mahogany side cabinet, with two frieze drawers and three panelled doors, all with chevron banding on patera inlaid supports 122cm wide, 42.5cm deep, 78cm high and an Edwardian walnut and stained beech canted side cabinet, with frieze drawer over floral carved doors on turned legs joined by an under-tier, 107cm wide (2) £20-30
9.      An Edwardian tall chest of drawers, with two short and six long drawers on a plinth base, 120cm wide, 49cm deep, 162cm high £30-50
10.     A painted cast metal garden coffee table, with pierced anthemion design top on cabriole legs with hoof feet 81cm diameter 43cm high £30-40
10A.    An 1950s oak dressing table and side cabinet by Meredew Furniture, the dressing table with long mirror and two drawers 116cm wide, the cabinet with two drawers over two doors 76cm wide, a pair of Meredew teak bedside cabinets and a long bed-head 238.5cm wide £20-30
11.     A pair of leatherette easy armchairs on outsplayed swivel bases and a footstool (3) £40-60
12.     An Edwardian inlaid mahogany wardrobe, with oval mirrored door and long drawer 131cm wide, 52cm deep, 201cm high £20-30
13.     A Saratoga type trunk, the domed lid with wooden slats enclosing two trays, 77cm wide, 57cm deep, 65cm high £30-50
14.     An Edwardian mahogany stain display cabinet, with astragal glazed and panelled doors on cabriole legs 92cm wide, 32cm deep, 169.5cm high £30-40
15.     An Edwardian mahogany dressing table, the shaped top over four drawers around a kneehole on acanthus carved cabriole legs with pot castors, 121cm wide, 57.5cm deep, 75cm high and a piano stool (2) £40-60
16.     A mahogany side cabinet with three short drawers over three panelled doors on bracket feet, 142cm wide, 45cm deep, 85cm high £10-20
17.     A mid 19th century mahogany foldover tea table, the rectangular top on ring turned tapering legs and brass castors, 105.5 cm wide £20-30
19.     A Regency giltwood convex mirror with diaper pattern cushion moulded frame, 58cm diameter £50-70
20.     Seven vintage leather suitcases and an imitation Louis Vuitton suitcase £60-80
21.     A late Victorian chevron banded mahogany table, the rectangular top on turned supports and stretchers, 73.5cm wide, 53cm deep, 62cm high £10-20
22.     Three ash kitchen chairs, with rail backs, moulded seats and ring turned legs joined by stretchers £30-40
23.     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 and a pair of 19th century mahogany chairs, with pierced fret carved splats and cabriole legs joined by stretchers, and a Chippendale style chair (4) £20-30
24.     A late Victorian carved oak hall bench, the mask and dolphin crest on a lunette carved frieze and legs carved with fruit, 137cm wide, 90cm high £80-120
25.     A Victorian bobbin turned chair, with original tapestry back and seat, as found £15-20
26.     A Victorian mahogany Sutherland table, the rectangular top on baluster turned supports and bracket feet with pot castors, 92cm wide, 73cm high £30-50
27.     A pair of Edwardian mahogany and satinwood crossbanded corner chairs, with waisted pierced splats, ring turned legs and cross stretchers £50-70
28.     A set of four ash and elm kitchen chairs with rail backs, moulded seats and turned legs joined by stretchers (4) £40-60
29.     A mid Victorian burr walnut and ebonised Davenport desk, the rising top over a piano front enclosing sliding writing slope, above four side drawers on bracket feet 59cm wide, 54.5cm deep, 84cm high £40-60
30.     A Victorian mahogany buttonback armchair, with scroll end arms, moulded cabriole legs and brass castors, and a lady's chair similar, with carved back (2) £60-80
31.     An early 19th century mahogany bowfront chest of drawers, with reeded edge over two short and three long graduated drawers on bracket feet 105cm wide £10-15
32.     A painted pine bible or document box 69cm wide 43cm deep 28cm high £20-30
33.     A 1920s satinwood veneer open armchair with curved upholstered back and seat, and an upholstered tub chair with outsplayed legs (2) £40-60
34.     A late Victorian two tier whatnot, the rectangular galleried tiers on ring turned supports 76.5cm wide, 49cm deep, 88cm high £40-60
35.     A Victorian walnut nursing chair, the carved crest over a waisted tapestry back and seat on moulded cabriole legs and pot castors £20-30
36.     An early Victorian mahogany bowfront chest of drawers, with crossbanded frieze drawer over two short and two long graduated drawers on bracket feet, 112.5cm wide £30-40
37.     An early 19th century mahogany Pembroke table, the rectangular drop leaves over an ebony strung drawer on ring turned tapering legs and brass castors, 90cm wide £30-40
38.     A pair of Victorian mahogany hall chairs, the pierced scroll carved backs with floral motif over solid seats and turned legs £40-60
39.     A Victorian mahogany Pembroke table, the rectangular drop leaf top on ring turned tapering legs and brass castors 91cm wide £20-30
40.     A set of eight Queen Anne style dining chairs, with foliate carved solid splats above drop-in seats on cabriole legs and club feet (8) £60-80
41.     An Edwardian giltwood oval wall mirror surmounted by urn and husk swags, 75cm x 65cm £30-50
42.     A late Victorian buttonback armchair, with shaped seat and turned tapering legs on brass castors, and a cross frame nursing chair (2) £40-60
43.     An Edwardian inverted breakfront sideboard, with frieze drawer over two graduated drawers flanked by panelled cupboard doors on bracket feet, 162cm wide, 52.5cm deep, 88cm high £40-60
44.     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
45.     A late 19th century French walnut side table, the shaped top over a frieze drawer on turned tapering legs joined by stretchers, 90cm wide, 44cm deep, 75cm high £30-40
46.     A George III oak snaptop tripod table, the circular top over a birdcage hinge on a baluster stem and cabriole legs, 76cm diameter, 69cm high £60-80
47.     A giltwood framed rectangular wall mirror, with applied floral scroll borders, the plate 58cm x 78cm £30-40
48.     An Edwardian mahogany extending dining table, the rectangular top with canted corners on square tapering legs with spade feet and castors, with two extra leaves, 107cm wide, 178cm extended, and a set of eight stained beech French style dining chairs, with upholstered backs and moulded cabriole legs (2) £30-50
49.     A mahogany tripod table, George III parts, the circular snaptop on a baluster stem and cabriole legs with pad feet, 77cm diameter, 69cm high £20-30
50.     A Victorian mahogany buttonback gentleman's armchair, with scroll arms and turned tapering legs with pot castors £40-60
51.     A 19th century Italian marquetry hall chair, with ivory inlay depicting a putto holding a basket aloft, on turned and block legs £20-30
52.     A mahogany bookcase, with adjustable shelves and glazed door on bracket feet, 66.5cm wide, 34cm deep, 132cm high £40-60
53.     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 £30-50
54.     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 £40-60
55.     A mahogany hanging wall shelf, with four serpentine tiers on shaped supports, 68cm wide, 77cm high and another set of shelves 65cm wide £30-40
56.     A Victorian inlaid walnut display cabinet, the cavetto frieze over a glazed door with later glazed shelves and velvet interior on bracket feet, 76cm wide, 31cm deep, 103.5cm high £40-60
57.     A pair of garden figures of cricketers 45cm high, and another figure of a boy 68cm high £30-50
58.     A mahogany dressing table, the central drawer flanked by two drawers on either side on square legs and pot castors, 120cm wide £20-30
59.     A mahogany snaptop tripod table, with circular top 49cm diameter and another oak tripod table 51cm diameter (2) £30-50
60.     A 1930s burr walnut cocktail cabinet, by Rivington of London, the rising top enclosing a mirrored interior over a pair of panelled doors, labelled on the door 81cm wide, 117cm high £80-120
61.     An early 19th century bowfront chest of drawers with three long drawers on outsplayed bracket feet, 90cm wide £10-20
62.     A 19th century French pine cabinet, with two frieze drawers over a pair of panelled doors on square cabriole legs, 138cm wide, 63cm deep, 129cm high £250-350
63.     An oak refectory table, the rectangular top with copper edge over three carved cup and cover supports on bracket feet joined by a stretcher, parts possibly 17th century, 215cm long, 77cm deep, 84cm high £800-1200
64.     A late George III mahogany and satinwood crossbanded Pembroke table with frieze drawer over a turned stem on moulded downswept legs with brass caps and castors 111cm open, 90cm wide, 72cm high £300-500
65.     An Edwardian mahogany and boxwood lined display cabinet, with satinwood panels, the arched dentil pediment over a glazed front and side opening doors, above a serpentine base on square section legs joined by a pierced cross stretcher, 62cm wide, 33.5cm deep, 161cm high £120-180
66.     An Edwardian satnwood display cabinet, the diamond pattern inlaid frieze over a pair of glazed doors with arched glazing bars above a further pair of glazed doors on outsplayed legs, 78cm wide, 41.5cm deep, 184cm high £400-600
67.     A Danish teak coffee table, the rectangular top on moulded tapering legs, stamped Vejle, Stole Mobelfabrik 164cm wide, 59cm deep, 51cm high £20-30
68.     An 18th century oak coffer, the triple panelled lid over a lozenge and roundel carved front 129cm wide, 60cm deep, 61cm high £100-150
69.     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 £60-80
70.     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 £80-120
72.     A set of four 1960s Norwegian plywood and chrome upholstered dining chairs, designed by Hans Brattrud, labelled Hove Mobler Stordal, and a circular rosewood and chrome dining table designed by Richard Young for Merrow Associates, with inset Lazy Susan, 137cm diameter (5) £400-600
73.     A Victorian mahogany toilet mirror, the oval plate on scroll supports over a shaped base with two oval lidded compartments and scroll feet, 76cm high £50-70
74.     A pair of Regency mahogany hall chairs, the C-scroll carved backs with squirrel crest and painted coat of arms over scroll seat rails and acanthus carved square cabriole legs with paw feet (2) £100-150
75.     A French style inlaid kingwood pier cabinet, with red marble top over a parquetry frieze drawer and a single door with floral basket inlay on turned tapering legs with brass caps 78.5cm wide, 40cm deep, 107cm high £200-300
76.     A William IV rosewood foldover card table, the rectangular top with foliate carved edge on a foliate carved stem with four carved cabriole legs and paw feet, 87cm wide, 43.5cm deep, 75cm high £80-150
77.     A Regency giltwood wall mirror, the reeded columns enclosing a mirror surmounting a scene of HMS Victory at Trafalgar 80cm x 38cm £100-150
78.     A William IV rosewood sewing table, the hinged top enclosing a fitted interior with ivory and mother of pearl spools, over a tapering box and octagonal baluster stem on a platform base with lion paw feet and castors, 45cm deep, 73cm high £60-80
79.     A 19th century porcelain mantel clock timepiece, the shaped case painted with floral sprays and green ground, the enamel dial enclosing a single train movement 33cm high £200-300
80.     A brass carriage clock, of conventional form, the enamel dial with Roman numerals and alarm dial, the twin train movement striking on a bell on the base 15cm high £70-100
81.     A brass carriage clock, engraved 'In remembrance of James Watson', the enamelled dial with a twin train repeat movement striking on a gong, 17cm high £80-120
82.     A 19th century French gilt metal mantel clock, the case with scrolls and swags surmounted by putti studying a globe over cobalt blue glass panels, and an enamelled dial, the French movement striking on a bell, 38.5cm high £100-150
83.     An early 19th century mahogany banjo barometer, with swan neck pediment, mercury thermometer and silvered dial over a spirit level inscribed Willson, London, with ebony and boxwood stringing, lacks hygrometer, 105cm high £80-120
84.     A 19th century French green boullework table clock with all over scroll design, giltmetal dial with enamel chapters and scroll feet, the French movement striking on a bell, 32cm high £100-150
85.     Swiss Angelus solid brass quartz carriage clock, together with a mantel clock with green onyx and brass decoration by Weiss £35-45
86.     A Victorian slate and red marble mantel clock timepiece and a garniture, single train movement £10-15
87.     An Edwardian brass carriage clock, with bowed sides and applied foliate sprays, the circular enamel dial with a twin train repeat movement striking on a gong 19cm high, with a fitted case £100-150
88.     An Edwardian brass timepiece clock, 15cm high and six other table clocks £20-30
89.     A brass miniature carriage clock by Elliott & Son, London, with enamel panels depicting cherubs catching butterflies 11.5cm high £40-60
90.     A brass carriage clock, of conventional form, with bold Roman numerals on an enamel dial 16cm high, and two miniature carriage clocks, the movements requiring restoration (3) £40-60
91.     A Fema brass carriage clock with jewelled case and circular enamel dial, the movement requiring restoration 15cm high £30-50
92.     A late Victorian carved oak banjo barometer, with mercury thermometer and aneroid barometer dial, 88cm high £30-50
93.     A Turkish Kula carpet, the central blue and pink medallion on an ivory field filled with angular floral branches and pink border, purchased from Liberty 1985 203cm x 294cm £250-350
94.     *A Keshan rug, with central medallion and foliate filled beige field, within a multiple border, 200cm x 140cm £30-40
95.     *A Keshan rug, the central medallion and foliate scrolls on a red field with ivory border, 200cm x 140cm £30-40
96.     An Indian embroidered kilim rug, depicting birds and floral branches on an ivory ground, Kashmir, 151cm x 89cm £20-30
97.     Five reproductions of Max Beerbohm caricatures, including Noel Coward, a set of four prints of Mercedes cars in exotic settings and three other paintings £20-30
98.     Mike Sibthorpe
Garden landscape
Pen and watercolour,
36cm x 55cm
And two other watercolours (3) £40-60
99.     William Douglas Macleod (1892-1963)
Sailing vessels in port
Etching, signed in ink
25cm x 37cm
Another etching of Rouen by James McBay, dated 1916
19cm x 39cm
And another by Gordon Grant (3) £60-80
100.    Austen Bautand
Three studies of flowers
Two signed in pencil, watercolour
46cm x 25cm
The Coln Gallery label on the reverse £40-60
101.    Harbour at St Tropez
Oil on canvas
Indistinctly signed and dated '74
49cm x 99cm £30-40
102.    After Joseph Farquharson
The Day Was Sloping Towards his Western Bower
50cm x 75cm £20-30
103.    19th century English School
Street view of St. Malo
Watercolour, monogrammed and dated June 21st '91
21cm x 10.5cm
Three Egyptian paintings on papyrus, one signed Jasmeen 21cm x 18cm (4) £20-30
104.    A block print in the Chinese style depicting a dragon, figures, vases and animals, indistinctly signed artist's proof, 55cm x 74cm £20-30
105.    Sheriden
View of a Cathedral
Oil on board,
61cm x 40cm £40-60
106.    Hubert Andrew Freeth (1912-1986)
Portrait of Joe Finch
Etching signed and inscribed in pencil, artist label on the reverse
30cm x 25cm £30-50
107.    Louis Dauphin
Venetian Canal
Signed in pencil and numbered 186
37cm x 52.5cm and a painting of Les Beux de Provence
signed and dated 1986 (2) £30-40
108.    Attributed to Dr Thomas B. Watson
Sailing vessel
Ink drawing (with pencil sketch above)
15cm x 12.5cm
And Jane Cubbit
View of Old Yarmouth
Watercolour dated 1868
18cm x 36cm £30-40
109.    A collection of etchings and prints, mostly topographical, wildlife or humourous (11) £15-20
110.    A 17th century vellum legal manuscript dated Feb 1656, framed, lacks seal 42cm x 66cm £20-30
111.    After David Shepherd
Elephants, reproduction print
Signed in pencil on the frame, also signed and inscribed in pen on the reverse
16cm x 25cm £15-20
112.    Two abstract unsigned prints 54cm x 39cm
Together with After Myles Birket Foster
A countryside scene showing children playing
Reproduction print
23.5cm x 50cm £15-20
113.    Gerry Baptist
'A Shady Corner'
Framed print
20cm x 25cm £15-20
114.    L.S. Lowry
'Waiting for the Shop to Open' and a busy street scene
Framed pair of prints
20cm x 30cm £30-40
115.    Marilyn Robertson
'Lady Red Fan'
Art print
58cm x 39.5cm £15-20
116.    Gordon King
'The Letter'
print 38cm x 28cm, with four smaller prints all by Gordon King £10-20
117.    D. Haddow
Poppies by the river bank
signed watercolour
and Trisha Hardwick
Signed limited edition 1476/2450 print (2) £25-35
118.    Rosemarie De Goede
'Sunset by the River'
Oil on board
12cm x 18cm £15-20
119.    Ian Cooper
'Clipper at Sea'
Oil, signed
39.5cm x 29cm
And a companion of a Schooner
38.5cm x 28.5cm (2) £90-100
120.    19th century English School
Bust length portrait of a girl in a white bonnet
Watercolour, initialled O.L.A.
21cm x 16cm £40-60
121.    After T. Blake
The Interior of the Fives Court with Randall and Turner Sparring
Hand coloured engraving
45cm x 60cm unframed
And other prints including Political Hoaxing, Wigs (after Matthew Darly) and military uniforms (6) £80-120
122.    Various 19th century copper engravings, including views of Greenwich and Deptford, views of Versailles and others £20-30
123.    Four medieval illustrated manuscripts on vellum depicting the crucifixion and other religious scenes, framed as one each page 11.5cm x 9.5cm, a drawing of a Pompeii chariot and a photo of a classical head (3) £40-60
124.    E.J.W.
'Sheep Pen Lane'
Oil on board, initialled
28.5cm x 38cm
Another small oil on board and a still life of flowers
Oil on canvas
40cm x 29cm (3) £40-60
125.    19th century
A monumental cross in a Low Countries City
40cm x 26cm £40-60
126.    Herbert W. MacKinney (South Africa)
Hermanus from East Cliffe
signed and dated 1938
26 x 36cm £30-40
127.    After Matthew Darly
'The Green Stall'
Satirical engraving of a lady's wig holding the harvest 33cm x 22cm, a coloured engraving of the Duke of Saxony, and a portrait of Hannah Horneck after Sir Joshua Reynolds (3) £30-50
128.    Gary Hodges
Limited edition signed print 51/850.
Mount also signed, dated 24.11.95 and inscribed
57.5cm x 14cm
And two others of wild cats: Elegance (283/850) 53.5cm x 30cm, Caracal (472/1100) 21cm x 17.5cm (3)
129.    Gary Hodges
'Nile Crocodile'
Limited edition, signed print 988/1500.
23.5cm x 90cm
and two others: Reflection (277/750) 7cm x 40cm, Young Caiman (353/850) (signed, dated 24.11.95 and inscribed on mount) 9cm x 19cm (3) £80-120
130.    Eleven 19th century engravings depicting parts of Reading and Berkshire, including some after W.H. Timms £30-40
131.    Vernon Ward
Ducks resting under rushes
Oil on canvas, signed
32cm x 40cm £100-150
132.    Margaret Lowengrund (1902-1957)
Etching, signed and inscribed
22cm x 26cm £150-250
133.    Margaret Lowengrund (1902-1957)
Trinity Spire
23cm x 19cm
And Madison Square Gardens
30cm x 25cm
Both signed in pencil (2) £80-120
134.    Job Nixon (1891-1938)
Dieppe Harbour 1929
Etching, signed in ink
25cm x 34cm £60-80
135.    Muirhead Bone (1876-1953)
The Fish Market, Venice
Etching 22.5cm x 29cm
Signed in pencil
And Geoffrey Wedgwood
St Pauls, Genoa, etching signed in pencil dated 1927, 25cm x 24cm, and another (3) £80-120
135A.   Gerald Brockhurst
'The West of Ireland'
Etching, signed in pencil
14cm x 16cm £200-300
136.    Ernest Pile Bucknell (1861 - 1935)
Moel Siabod, November Morning
Watercolour, signed
29cm x 40cm £100-150
137.    J.T. Dick
Footbridge over a river in a highland landscape
Oil on canvas, signed
And another landscape by the same hand (a pair), 24cm x 34cm (2) £150-200
138.    W.J.S. Perrin
Still life of flowers and butterflies
Oil on canvas, signed
37cm x 29cm
And another by the same hand in an ornate carved frame
44cm x 39cm £120-180
139.    Henry Earp Senior (1831 - 1914)
River falls with fisherman beyond
Watercolour, signed
55cm x 74cm £60-80
140.    A Shirley
Kittens watching a goldfish in a glass
Oil on board, signed
27cm x 45cm £60-80
141.    •Nancy Bailey (1913 - 2012)
Fishing Boats off Flushing, Cornwall
Oil on canvas, signed and inscribed on the reverse
61cm x 91cm £300-400
142.    19th century English school
Figures and cart before a farmhouse and landscape
Oil on canvas, relined
45cm x 75cm £150-250
143.    After James Gillray (designed by I.L.R.)
'A Morning Ride'
Hand coloured etching
32cm x 49cm £60-80
144.    Attributed to John Thirtle (1174-1839)
North view of the college
Labelled on reverse 'Ex collection Archdeacon Smythe' £150-250
145.    A mahogany sarcophagus form tea caddy on bun feet, 38cm wide, an oak candlebox 39cm high and a oak cutlery box (3) £50-60
146.    A bamboo swagger stick 70cm long and a cane £30-40
147.    A pair of white marble and giltmetal vases, with domed covers and entwined serpent handles on square legs 50cm high £200-300
149.    A black marble circular bowl 20cm diameter and a white marble ball 9cm diameter £30-40
150.    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 (3) £100-150
151.    A copper coal helmet, a brass coal helmet and various other brassware £40-60
152.    A Victorian walnut sewing box with Tunbridgeware bands 29cm wide £20-30
153.    A desktop stationery rack, a giltwood wall mirror, an embroidered circular panel and a travel trunk (4) £20-30
154.    An Indian velvet panel embroidered in gilt thread, glass beads and sequins, depicting elephants among palm trees 64cm x 80cm £20-30
155.    A bronze bust of William Shakespeare on bronze pillar £30-40
156.    A Irish root shillelaugh 47cm long £30-50
157.    A Maori carved hardwood 'Mere' or short club, inset with mother of pearl eyes 28.5cm long £40-60
158.    An early 20th century bronze table lamp in the form of a putti gathering grapes, on a circular marble base, figure 38cm high £60-80
159.    Three vintage rowing oars and a blade converted into a pipe rack, one oar and the blade with colours for the Thames Rowing Club 375cm long £100-150
160.    An Arts and Crafts style copper panel, with foliate style arabesque and hammered field 51cm x 41cm £10-15
161.    A 1950s pink banded glass celing light shade 33.5cm diameter, and a wall light with glass shade £15-20
162.    Various rolls of burr walnut veneer £30-40
163.    A pair of Italian Neo-Classical alabaster marble effect busts of an Italian boy and a Parisian girl, 19cm high £15-20
164.    A cast bronze finish model of a golfer in full swing, 43cm high £25-35
165.    A large two handled German stoneware vintage bowl depicting various German landmarks and castles impressed makers mark to base, 19cm high £10-15
166.    A large resin model of a pig, possibly a shop display 95cm long £20-30
167.    A European carved ivory box circa 1750 depicting a pair of putti to one side, a girl and boy to the front and animals to the sides, as found, 6.5 x 4.5 x 2cm £180-250
168.    A small Blue John bowl 7cm diameter and 4.5cm tall (small chip to edge) £100-150
169.    A bronze model of a reclining Anglo-Indian boy, 7cm long, together with a metal casting of a Victorian young gentleman £50-80
170.    A 19th century mahogany apothecary box, with fitted interior and drawer, lacks bottles, 16.5cm wide, 19cm high, a brass inlaid mahogany writing box, 30.5cm wide, a tea caddy and a hanging miniatures case £50-70
171.    Two Victorian walnut sewing boxes, both with Tumbridgeware bands, 25cm wide each £20-30
172.    A Chinese table-top display stand with panelled base, 51cm wide, 50.5cm high £20-30
173.    A collection of papier mache and lacquered Chinese and Japanese boxes, dishes and a stationery box £60-80
174.    A Greek icon, possibly Cretan, depicting the Dormition of the Virgin Mary, 33.5cm x 28cm £200-300
175.    A Victorian burr walnut dressing box of rectangular form with concealed drawer and fitted interior, silver lids to remaining boxes, 31 x 24 x 18cm £50-70
176.    A 19th century embroidered silk panel of a peacock, in a maple frame 53cm x 34cm, two other embroideries and three prints of exotic birds £30-50
177.    A 19th century painted paddle from the Pacific, depicting a rowing boat in a landscape 77cm long and a painted panel £40-60
178.    A reproduction cannonball carrier in green, with Royal Coat of Arms 33cm high, and a metal figure of a stag 33cm high £20-30
179.    A pair of ancient carved hardstone jewellery moulds, probably Middle Eastern 22 x 10 x 9cm and 20 x 13 x 9cm (2) £200-300
180.    A pair of opera glasses decorated in lemon enamel £30-40
181.    A pink and cream child's pedal car in the style of a Chevrolet car £30-50
182.    A collection of 45rpm single records, including Phil Collins, Beegees, Boney M, Erasure, Eurythmics, Dire Straits, Jane Birkin and Serge Gainsbourg, Kate Bush and others from the 1960s, 70s and 80s, approx 150 £60-80
183.    A collection of 45rpm single records, including Tom Jones, Madonna, Marillion, George Michael, The Specials, Frank Sinatra, Tears for Fears, 10CC and others from the 1960s, 70s and 80s, approx 150 £60-80
184.    A collection of 33rpm records, including Jimi Hendrix - Crash Loading, Billy Joel - An Innocent Man, Lou Reed - Transformer, Cat Stevens - Izitso, Van Morrison - Wavelength, Mike Oldfield - Tubular Bells, Neil Young - After the Gold Rush, approx 120 £80-120
185.    Diecast cars: Norev Subaru Cyclone, two Vitesse Lancia Delta, Doorkey Volvo 850, seven others including Scaletrix and Hat Polish Infantry in original boxes (12) £20-25
186.    Yoshiya metallic blue 5037 battery operated Volkswagen Sedan in original box 25cm £30-40
187.    A G.E.C. battery operated portable radio in snakeskin style case, and a Portadyne 'Minx' radio (2) £30-40
188.    A bone and ebony dominoes set £20-30
189.    Triang: large scale white and blue steel truck 380cm, two Triang Mini-Highway racing cars and twelve cars by various makers including Corgi (15) £20-30
190.    Timpo and Britains: large selection of plastic figures of Cowboys, Indians, horses, wagons, canoes, selection of small scale figures, three late Meccano packs and Matchbox M-2 motorway (lacks two cars) £20-30
191.    A Q.E.II Special Constable medal to Sergeant William F. Bowman and an Omega stopwatch £30-35
192.    A collection of postcards, mostly topographical, some local to the area, early 20th century (approx 350) £20-30
193.    Four albums of postage stamps including an album of Guyana and Hong Kong stamps, another of Norfolk Island and World Stamps £30-50
194.    A long grey fur coat 126cm long, and another fur coat 75cm long (2) £15-25
195.    Two 'Talking' Action Man figures, another Action Man figure and a large variety of accessories £40-60
196.    A 1930s clockwork powered model speed boat with brass rudder and propeller 47cm long £30-50
197.    A scale model of the trawler 'Mabel' of London, with battery powered prop, 66cm long £40-60
198.    A EPNS nurses belt, etc £50-60
199.    Five Franklin Mint models including Mercedes-Benz Roadster and Volkswagen Sedan (5) £15-20
200.    Three boxed Pelham Puppets, Mother Dragon, Wicked Witch and S.L. Fairy, and seven other loose Pelham Puppets including a pirate, a poodle and two clowns (10) £80-120
200A.   Pelham Puppets: Pinky with instruction sheet in original box, Perky and Clown (3) £20-30
201.    A bronze plaque depicting a portrait of Puccini 23cm x 15cm, framed, a circular bronze plaque of the composer in profile and a spelter figure, together with a plaque depicting Mozart and other musical accessories £30-50
202.    Various bronze and metal commemorative medals and tokens including 'The Kings Medal', composers commemorative medallions, Dr Barnado's Homes, Sunday School, Workhouse Penny, Great Exhibition and others (approx 40 items) £70-100
203.    A 'GHQ -The Waddington Board Game', with board and boxed pieces £20-30
204.    Books: Fables and Myths - Brothers Grimm: Five including Taschen 2011, Marchen-Reise 2012, B.C.A. 1981, Colls. Library (Rackham illustrations) 2004 and Everymans (Rackham illustrations) 1992 (5); Hans Christian Andersen: Usborne 2011, Readers Digest 2004 'And His World' T&H 1972 (3); Aesop's Fables 1988, Charles Perrault, Alcuin 1950, Myths & Lagends - Dean 1991, Tatar 1999, Opie 1992 and Tibetan Folk Tales-Shambhala 2002 (14) £20-30
205.    A late 19th century French bayonet marked Mre d'Armes De Chat Mars 1874 with metal scabbard, Chatellerault, length of blade 57cm long £30-50
206.    Two boxes of Great Western Railway Journal 1992-2017 and two boxes of Model Railway Journal issue no.5 (1986) to no. 188 (2009) £30-40
207.    A collection of First Day Covers from 1974 to 2012, five albums of World and British postage stamps and other loose stamps £40-60
208.    A collection of carpentry and cobblers tools, including wood planes and saws, lasts, drills and spirit levels £40-60
209.    A pair of leather vintage car suitcases with sloping fronts, possibly to fit a Bentley, initialled to the top, 80cm wide, 13cm high, 50cm deep and 80cm wide, 14cm high, 46cm deep (2) £200-300
210.    A vintage crocodile skin handbag 37cm x 24cm £15-20
211.    Bachmann locomotives: BR 4-6-2 No.60114, BR 4-6-0 no.75069, both with incorrect boxes and black LNER 2.8.0 No. 3085 in original box (3) £30-40
212.    Bachmann locomotives: Dominion of New Zealand, Andrew K. McCosh and Sir Nigel Gresley, all with incorrect boxes (3) £30-40
213.    Hornby Railways locomotives: Lady Patricia, Robert Burns, Cock 'o' The North, Tornado, Everton in original boxes and Britannia with incorrect box (6) £40-60
214.    HO Gauge freight stock: sixty-seven wagons by Hornby, Wrenn, Dapol, Lima, Triang and Bachmann (67) £25-35
215.    Hornby Railways Inter-City 125, Eurostar and A.P.T. (15) £20-30
216.    HO Gauge locomotives: Two Lima diesels; Airfix Royal Scot and LNER tank; Jouef 8260 4-8-2 SNCF locomotive and tender 241P and diesel, three with original boxes (6) £40-60
217.    HO Gauge coaches: nine Triang, one Trix Twin, one Bachmann and three Lima (14) £15-25
218.    Hornby Railways A4 locomotives: Mallard, Bittern, Seagull, Silver Fox, Sir Ralph Wedgwood and Dominion of Canada, two in original boxes, four with incorrect boxes (6) £40-60
219.    Hornby Railways locomotives: Cheshire, LMS 4-6-0 No. 5138, Dick Turpin, Morning Star, King Edward I and an overpainted 4-6-0 locomotive and tender (6) £40-50
220.    Hornby Railways: five A4 locomotives including Golden Plover, Wild Swan and Silver Link with incorrect boxes (5) £40-50
221.    Hornby Railways: three diesel locomotives and two GNR 0-6-0 tanks (5) £30-50
222.    Hornby Railways: John Milton, William Shakespeare, Flying Scotsman, Liverpool, Evening Star and LNER 4-6-0 locomotive and tender 8509, with incorrect boxes (6) £50-60
223.    OO gauge locomotives: Trix Britannia; Triang Princess Elizabeth and 2-6-2 BR tank; Hornby Dublo Golden Fleece in original box and 0-6-2 tank 69550; and an A4 (6) £40-50
224.    Hornby Railways OO gauge: twenty-four coaching stock including three L.N.E.R in original boxes, L.M.S., BR and GWR (24) £25-35
225.    Hornby R.1029 Permanent Way set in original box £25-35
226.    Hornby R/2195.M 'Flying Fox' Master Cutler set with certificate in original box £20-30
227.    Hornby R. 2278.M The Silver Jubilee set with certificate in original box £25-35
228.    Bachmann 32-625 Virgin Super Voyager five car set in original box £25-35
229.    Bachmann 32-600 Virgin Voyager set in original box £20-30
230.    Hornby Railways: accessories including R.8012 Hammant & Morgan 2000 Power Controller, 900 Controller, spare wheels, track; other makes including Ratio, Superquick, Crescent and Hornby-Dublo £20-25
231.    Hornby A4 locomotives: Silver Fox, Mallard, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Miles Beevor and Quicksilver, in original boxes (5) £50-70
232.    Wrenn Locomotives: Devizes Castle, LMS 2-8-0 Freight locomotive, Golden Eagle (incorrect tender) LMS 2-6-4 Tank and City of Glasgow (incorrect tender) (5) £40-60
233.    Bachmann locomotives: Sir Ronald Matthews, Union of South Africa and Guillemot, incorrect boxes (3) £30-40
234.    A Sparks Withington Company Sparton electric horn Model P.J., a Smiths car clock and a Kwik'lite torch (3) £20-30
235.    A Britains span roof greenhouse, from the Miniature Gardening series, boxed, and various other Britains Gardening series models and greenery £25-35
236.    A boxed Dunhill gas lighter £30-40
237.    Three model ships comprising Canadian schooner 'Bluenose', a polished aluminium engraved 1/47 abstract model of a sailing ship and another made from horn £30-40
238.    A sampler for Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee 1952-1977 £10-20
239.    A cast-iron hand feeding money bank 16cm high £20-30
240.    A vintage Hoover Vacuum Cleaner, with Goblin Regal bag £10-15
241.    A collection of three French 18th century gilt metal snuff boxes, one depicting the head and shoulder of King Louis, 6cm wide, and another inset with tortoiseshell, 4.5cm diameter £300-400
242.    A small selection of collectibles to include cased cigarette holder, a George V and Queen Mary boxed medal, various shoe buckles, etc £25-40
243.    Two 18th/19th century chatelaines, one decorated within the panels with musical instruments £120-150
244.    An Edwardian folding top hat, by Henry Heath Ltd., in original box £20-30
245.    An album of Victorian and Edwardian Carte de Visite portrait photographs, some with hand written names and family seals, 62 photographs £30-40
246.    Four albums of cigarette cards and trade cards, other small albums of trade cards and various card albums, including Player's, Wills and Churchmans £40-60
247.    Sixteen packs of Top Trumps and Star Trumps cards, various photographs and playing cards and various picture card albums £15-20
248.    Two compasses, one from the U.S.A. Army Corp of Engineers and a metal counter £50-80
249.    A Royal Copenhagen figure of a stork 27cm high, a vase and other figures, all with damage, a 19th century glass decanter and various small ceramic boxes and pots £40-60
250.    A Royal Copenhagen part tea service with gilded floral sprig design No. 595/9067 (23 pieces), and a mid Victorian gilded tea service, with landscape vignettes, diamond registration mark (21 pieces) £50-70
251.    A collection of woodworking tools and barrel form bucket £15-20
252.    An Art Deco style part tea service, with yellow bands, various plates and saucers, teapot, gothic moulded jug and various glass ware £40-60
253.    A set of postal scales, a stationery stamp, a seated figure of a cherub, another figure, a small mirror and embroidery £20-30
254.    A Hammersley breakfast set of eight cups, saucers and plates, a Duchess part tea service and a Colclough Hedgerow part tea service £40-60
255.    A Belleek clover leaf cream jug, Paragon and Royal Worcester tea cups and saucers, Limoges wares, jasperwares, and Sylvac rabbits £40-60
256.    Various loose Matchbox die-cast models, all as found £20-30
257.    A large collection of loose cigarette cards, all Wills Cigarettes £40-60
258.    A collection of Victorian and later photographs, including an ambrotype, photograph of craftsmen, wedding photographs, and group photographs £30-50
260.    Enid Blyton 'Noddy' ceramic collectors figures including limited edition car, 'Story Time' figures, spelling cubes and miniature figures and a Royal Doulton plate £25-35
262.    Various alabaster ornaments, a figure of a cello player, various money banks and other ceramic figures £15-20
263.    Various brass and copperwares including vases, kettle, flying ducks and horse brasses £20-30
264.    Books: The New Grove Dictionary of Opera, four volumes; Winston Churchill - The Second World War (The Reprint Society) six volumes; books on whisky, wine and art £30-50
265.    A brass mirrored firescreen, a Regency cast iron doorstep, brass candlesticks, barrel taps and other brassware £40-60
266.    An early 19th century style brass electrolier, with eight scroll arms on a ball centre, 77cm diameter £30-40
267.    Books: Various on locomotives and steam railways including the Railway Correspondence and Travel Society £20-30
268.    Two pewter plates with touchmarks to the base, 23.5cm diameter and 24.5cm diameter and various pewter tankards and flagons £40-60
269.    A planked and wicker basket 56cm x 35cm x 20cm deep, raffia shade 46.5cm, ceramic blue and white jar 28cm, brass and copper four-legged stand 19cm high, linen and lace, pewter water pot and two walking sticks £20-30
270.    'The Viking' scales by F.J. Thornton & Co. Ltd. Wolverhampton with six brass and ten lead weights, knife-rest, OXO tin and Fauchon egg-timer £20-30
271.    Coffee grinders: cast-iron and brass Archibald Kenrick & Sons Ltd. West Bromwich 18cm, and Mok-Kaffee (Austria) wooden grinder 23.5cm (2) £30-40
272.    Copper wares: Benham & Froud 669 jelly-mould with impressed 'ankh' and 'orb', mark 15cm, GWG hammered cylindrical vase, Celtic-style dish 21cm diameter, two kettles, funnel and a tankard with brass handle (7) £50-80
273.    Eastern metal wares: A brass bowl, 20cm, a brass chalice-shape bowl 12.5cm diameter, a metal bowl 12.5cm, and a brass circular table-top dish 61cm diameter (4) £15-20
274.    Six albums of cigarette cards, including Wills, Wills Pirate, Hatamen, San Shing, Players, John Sinclair, Lamberts and others, various loose cigarette cards and various Beatrix Potter Books £40-60
275.    A collection of eight various boxes with inlaid decoration etc £30-40
276.    A pair of Booths saucers in the style of Dr Wall Worcester, various commemorative saucers, jasperwares , plates and ceramics £30-50
277.    A pair of French abalone covered opera glasses by Lemaire, a pair of Bessie opera glasses, and two pairs of Mark V. military binoculars £30-50
278.    A 19th century purple glass goblet, 15cm high, a pair of reverse painted glass salts depicting a couple, an 18th century enamelled panel 7.5cm wide, a red cameo glass Bohemian cordial glass and various Victorian and later blue glass vessels £60-80
279.    Four Chinese folding table-top screens, various Chinese carved hardwood stands and other display stands £30-40
280.    A pair of brass Punch and Judy doorstops 28cm high, a brass trivet, and other brassware £30-50
281.    A pair of Wilhelm Kralik Art Nouveau Bohemian iridescent glass vases with applied green trails and bronzed caps with scrolls, drapes and Eagle design, circa 1900 20cm (2) £80-100
282.    Coloured glass: Millefiore and latticino swirl bowl, 12.5cm diameter, pink and green cased Jack in The Pulpit vase 29cm, orange and blue ground bowl with mottled abstract flower pattern 10.5cm diameter and another bowl 12.5cm diameter (4) £25-35
283.    A vintage hand made studio streaked iridescent glass pig money bank together with another three model pigs (4) £25-35
284.    A black and gold glitter glass vase designed by Julien Macdonald £15-20
285.    A large Monart glass vase 32cm high with a brown green flock £25-35
286.    A Waterford glass set of three photo frames £55-60
287.    A small Favrille like glass vase, possibly by Loetz, 12cm high £30-50
288.    A Royal Copenhagen figure of a maid feeding a calf, 15cm high, another of a farmer's boy and a pig (one ear restored) a figure of a boy with a dog and a vase (4) £60-80
289.    Forty-six Victorian and later wall tiles £20-30
290.    A Royal Doulton stoneware bowl, with red and blue floral design 26cm diameter, a Doulton Lambeth jardiniere and a Fulham Pottery stoneware jug £20-30
291.    Royal Doulton Figures: Florence Nightingale HN3144 2295/5000 limited edition, Penny HN2338, Peggy HN2038, a Royal Doulton stoneware teapot, a Doulton Lambeth beaker and a jug (6) £30-50
292.    A Tuscan china Plant pattern tea service, including two cake plates (40 pieces) £40-60
293.    Twelve collectors plates including Coalport 'Dawn Patrol', Wedgwood 'Sunderland Souring High', Royal Doulton 'Lancaster Over Windsor Castle', Royal Worcester 'Low Over the Lake' and 'Take Off', and others (12) £40-60
294.    A Royal Copenhagen figure of a sleeping cat, No. 149, another of a seated cat No. 301, a Royal Copenhagen vase with blackberry design, 11.5cm high No. 288/271, a Durand Cristal figure of a cat 13cm and another of a toucan £50-70
295.    A Coalport part tea service, of moulded spiral and beaded form comprising teapot, milk jug, sugar bowl, large tea cup and saucer, five small teacups and saucers, another saucer and five side plates, 23 pieces £50-70
296.    A Coalport figure Ladies of Fashion - The Ball, A Masons Ironstone jug, a Royal Brierley fruit bowl, Royal Worcester Cricket tea cup and saucer, four commemorative plates, all with original boxes and a square decanter £30-40
297.    An 'Empress Crown' Crystal Bowl by 'The House of Igor Carl Faberge' for the Franklin Mint, 24cm diameter, with certificate and brochures £30-50
298.    Nine Limoges A. Lanternier blush plates each with flora decoration 23.5cm diameter and a matching bowl 21.5cm diameter (10) £40-60
299.    Midwinter tablewares: Stonehenge Shape, Earth glaze by Eve Midwinter - from 1973 (30) £20-30
300.    A Royal Albert 'Silver Maple' pattern part tea service, 21 pieces, and a Royal Crown Derby plate £20-30
301.    A Mason's 'Chartreuse' pattern part dinner service, including salt and pepper, 37 pieces £20-30
302.    A Murano glass multicoloured fish, 56cm long, and three vases (4) £20-30
303.    A Copeland Spode and later Chinese Rose pattern part breakfast service, 43 pieces £30-50
304.    A pair of Continental vases, of tapering cylindrical form with applied and painted floral design on each, on three scroll feet, 24cm high £20-30
305.    Royal Doulton: Pooh and Piglet - The Windy Day (WP2), Big Ears (Centenary edition), six Disney Princesses figures, Rebecca (Figure of the year 1988) and four Pretty Ladies series figures £60-80
306.    Thirty-eight Wedgwood collectors plates, including two limited edition Don Breckon Railway Memories series, nine with original boxes (38) £30-40
307.    Coalport figures: 'Sun' limited edition, 'Time' limited edition, Ruby Anniversary, Royal Worcester: Queen's 80th Birthday 2006, Royal Doulton: Sweet Rose HN4731, Juliette HN4775, Kathy HN4926, all in original boxes £80-120
308.    Royal Doulton Figures: Christmas Day 2002 HN4422, Mary HN3375, Christmas Day 2001 HN4315, Susan HN4532, Christmas Day 2004 HN4558, Christmas Day 2005 HN4723, Christmas Day 2003 HN4552, Christmas Day 2006 HN4899, Amy HN3316, Emily HN4817 (10) £60-80
309.    A Royal Doulton Figure: Diana Princess of Wales, HN5061, Royal Worcester Figures: Charlotte CW572, Queens 80th Birthday 2006, Sweet Rose (limited edition), HM Queen and HRH Duke of Edinburgh Diamond Wedding Anniversary; Coalport Figures: Moon 475 of 2,500, Anne Ladies of Fashion 1997, and Patricia Ladies of Fashion 2706 of 8000 (8) £40-60
310.    Royal Doulton Figures: Elizabeth HN4426, Sarah HN3978, Jennifer HN3447, Rachel HN3976, Belle HN3703, Summer HN5322, Jessica HN3850, Lauren HN3975, Deborah HN3644, Victoria HN4623, Sara HN4720, Elaine HN4718, Autumn Ball HN5465, Karen HN4779, Patricia HN3365 (15) £70-100
311.    Royal Doulton figures of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs SW9-16, other Royal Doulton figures: Disney Princesses Snow White DP5, and five Disney Showcase Collection Snow White and Seven Dwarfs figures £50-70
312.    Eight Lladro figures including a group of two girls with a cat 17.5cm high, another on the telephone with a dog, and a figure of a goose (8) £40-60
313.    A Lalique glass figure of a sparrow with wings outstretched 8cm high, etched mark to base, chip to one wing £30-40
314.    A set of six red overlay wine glasses with faceted cut bowls £20-30
315.    A 19th century stoneware metal mounted cider jug with applied hunting and drinking scenes, 26cm high £60-70
316.    A set of six Villeroy & Boch Sundae dishes with faceted sides 11.5cm diameter, a Val St Lambert figure of a penguin (slight chip) various paperweights and other ornaments £60-80
317.    A Victorian red overlay glass vase and cover, etched with birds and diaper cartouches, on a socle base 27cm high £50-60
318.    A Victorian blue and white overlay glass vase, with floral painted decoration and gilt highlight 13cm high £60-80
319.    Studio pottery including seven vases 7cm to 21cm, bowl and two triangular dishes (10) £20-30
320.    A Lladro figure of clown playing the saxophone 22cm high, three other Lladro figures, three Nao figures and Coalport figure (8) £50-70
320A.   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 £20-30
322.    A Gama (Cuart de Poblet, Valencia) porcelain figure of a seated young woman feeding two birds, 23cm high £10-20
323.    A Gaudy Welsh tea pot and stand together with matching jug and milk jug (14) £20-30
324.    A Victorian Staffordshire flatback of 'The Fortune Teller' 30 cm high, three others of couples and another of a Scotsman on horseback £70-100
325.    Two 19th century glass decanters, a square decanter, water jug and other cut glass ware £40-60
326.    Eleven Bourne Denby rabbits, largest 21cm high, and a similar jug £30-50
327.    Four Murano glass bi-coloured dishes, three spill vases, a table lighter, Mdina vase, Swarovski style cat group and another vase £30-50
328.    A Meissen figure group of children among rabbits and a dog on an anthemion and scroll base, some repairs, crossed sword and patch marks 31cm high, 25cm diameter £300-500
329.    A Cobridge Stoneware Hosta design vase, signed by Philip Gibson and another (T.H.) 32cm high £30-50
330.    A Cobridge Stoneware Apple design vase signed by Jeanne Mc Dougall, 18cm high and two Cobridge stoneware flambe vases (3) £60-80
331.    A Cobridge Stoneware red and white flambe vase 16cm high, another flambe vase in purple and green 26cm high and a baluster form vase 25.5cm high (3) £70-100
332.    A Moorcroft Pottery Mistletoe design ginger jar and cover, 2001, 11cm high with original box £40-60
333.    A Moorcroft Pottery Christmas Hellebore design vase, signed by Rachel Bishop 2008 13cm high with original box £60-80
334.    A Moorcroft Pottery triangular table top display sign, signed Kerri 2002, 18.5cm long £60-80
335.    A Moorcroft Pottery paperweight depicting a shark, and another of a tree in winter 11.5cm diameter (2) £20-30
336.    A Moorcroft Pottery centenary yacht vase 1897-1997, in blue, signed by Hugh Edwards and J. Moorcroft 15.11.97 23.5cm high with original box £100-150
337.    A Moorcroft Pottery bottle kiln design vase no. 7/100 signed Beverley Wilkes and dated 27.11.99 15cm high with original box £100-150
338.    A Moorcroft Pottery Voyager design vase, M.C.C. 1999 signed A. Amison 26cm high £120-180
339.    A Moorcroft Pottery Hellebore design vase M.C.C. 2005 signed by Emma Bassons 19cm high, with original box £50-70
340.    A Moorcroft Pottery Requiem of Trees design vase, M.C.C. 2005 signed by Hugh Edwards 26cm high £120-180
341.    A Moorcroft Pottery Peruvian Lily design jug, dated 2005, 24cm high with original box £40-60
342.    A Moorcroft Pottery Oberon blue on blue design vase, Trial 20.11.97, signed by Rachel Bishop 25cm high £80-120
343.    A Moorcroft Pottery Millennium Balloons design vase, marked Kerri 15.5cm high £50-70
344.    A Moorcroft Pottery Lamia design trumpet shape vase, 16cm high £60-80
345.    A Moorcroft Pottery Sweet Pink Brier design vase dated 8.1.99 16cm high £50-70
346.    A Moorcroft Pottery Hibiscus design vase, with kingfishers, M.C.C. 2005 signed by Philip Gibson 20.5cm high £150-200
347.    A set of six Moorcroft Pottery Christmas themed miniature vases, 2011, each 5.5cm high, in a fitted case £120-180
348.    A Moorcroft Pottery Centennial plate, depicting a bottle kiln, No. 220/750 signed by Rachel Bishop, 22cm diameter in original box £40-60
349.    A Moorcroft enamel mistletoe and holly vase, initialled J.O.T. 6.5cm high in original box £40-60
350.    A Moorcroft enamel Snowdrop design vase initialled S.L.A. 7cm high in original box £40-60
351.    A Daum cameo glass triform vase, decorated with eight bats flying over a landscape with church spire, marked Daum Nancy, the base with cracks and restoration, 26cm high £1000-1500
352.    A 19th century conical wine glass 13.5cm high, another with faceted bowl and nine other drinking glasses (11) £80-120
353.    A set of four 19th century faceted small wine glasses with gilded decoration 12.5cm high, another pair similar 13cm high, a single wine glass and an early 19th century square decanter 21cm high £100-150
354.    A 19th century Toastmaster's glass, of tapering faceted form, 10cm high and two other Toastmaster's glasses £60-80
355.    Three Roman style stoneware vessels, largest 25cm high (3) £40-60
356.    Three Furstenberg floral decorated plates with reticulated borders, blue f. mark to the base, 23.5cm diameter (some chips) (3) £30-40
357.    A 19th century ivory decorative peg, a 19th century ivory box in the form of a ball £40-60
358.    A figure of six mice climbing over rope playing with their mother, 12 cm long £20-30
359.    A Chinese jade brush washer with animal carving £80-100
360.    A jade horse, 12.5 cm long, with a damaged leg, on a hardwood stand £50-60
361.    A Chinese cinnabar vase depicting elders in panels, 23cm high, seven blue and white pickle dishes, a famille rose cup and saucer, bone gaming counters and other Oriental wares including Chinese enamelled vase 17cm high £60-80
362.    A Chinese silver bowl by Wang Hing with dragons and flora decoration £100-150
363.    A Chinese blue and white baluster vase, depicting figures within a diaper border, six figure mark, 39cm high £60-80
364.    Two oriental table lamps, a Chinese tea bowl and various other Japanese and Chinese bowls, vases and plates £40-60
365.    Three Oriental basket weave boxes, a similar lantern, lacquer boxes and various hardstone stands £40-60
366.    A Japanese lacquered papier mache food carrier, circa 1890-1910 £30-40
367.    A large Japanese ginger jar decorated in iron red flora, signed to base £60-80
368.    Chinese 18th century porcelain: a famille-rose coffee cup 6.5cm and a pair of blue and white saucer dishes 14cm Qianlong period (3) £30-50
369.    A pair of Chinese paintings on silk depicting landscapes
30cm x 36cm
And a print of a Chinese painting depicting four figures (3) £20-30
370.    A pair of Chinese framed ceramic tiles, depicting girls with baskets of flowers 35cm x 25cm (2) £30-40
371.    A Chinese silk embroidery of exotic birds on branches 41cm x 81cm and another Chinese embroidery of children 56cm x 24cm £20-30
373.    A 20th century Chinese vase, Qianlong style stamped mark depicting a family and an elder in a garden with bamboo fence, 35cm high, on a hardwood stand £300-400
374.    A 19th century Chinese ivory card case carved to depict houses and gardens, as found £40-50
375.    A 19th/20th century Chinese ivory carving of a lady holding a jug on her shoulder £60-80
376.    A gilded plaque of a Thai Buddha £60-80
377.    Various Chinese ginger jars and covers, a similar plate, Japanese hexagonal teapot and small dish and various other Oriental ceramics and effects £30-50
378.    A pair of Chinese hardstone foo dogs, other soapstone carvings and dishes, Indian stone inlays and other Oriental ornaments £40-60
379.    A Chinese famille rose meat plate, with floral sprays 42.5cm wide, two plates similar 23cm diameter, two blue and white bowls all with repairs or cracks, and another bowl £40-60
380.    Seven Chinese silk embroideries, early 20th century and later, three framed, and a purse £40-60
381.    After Utamaro
The Herald of Spring: A Cuckoo flying towards a lady
Woodblock print
25cm x 37cm £30-40
382.    A set of four Japanese woodblock prints, published by Uchida, including cock fighting and a samurai parade 25cm x 37cm (4) £40-60
383.    Ako Danes
Chinese brush painted watercolour on rice paper, 37cm x 26cm and two Oriental prints (3) £20-30
384.    A Chinese style blue glaze quatrefoil lidded bowl, stamped Longway, 24cm wide, a blue glaze figure of a parrot, a Chinese green glaze figure of a Foo dog, a bowl and two other small figures £40-60
385.    A Chinese cloisonne plate depicting a prunus branch and butterfly 31cm diameter and seven other small cloisonne dishes £80-120
386.    A pair of Korean style celadon vases decorated with cranes, 16cm high, a Korean dish and various Oriental vases and a figure £30-50
387.    A famille rose quatrefoil saucer depicting two cocks and figures in an interior 13cm diameter, a yellow glaze flower vase, as found, and various Chinese and Japanese bowls and plates £60-80
388.    A dark green jade/ Nephrite bi-disc with dimpled surface on both sides 19cm diameter £60-80
389.    A Chinese terracotta figure of a priest 17cm high, a bronze figure of a hound 14cm high and four other Oriental figures £50-70
390.    A Chinese blue and white octagonal bowl with prunus and flowers 21cm diameter, five other blue and white dishes, three vases and a bowl £60-80
391.    An Islamic bronze, copper and white metals bowl, 12cm diameter, another bronze bowl, a black cloisonne vase 20cm high, and various other cloisonne vases, bowls and dishes £100-150
392.    A Japanese painting on rice paper of birds among flowering vegetation signed 128cm x 41cm, a study of butterflies and insects on rice paper 16.5cm x 22.5cm and a Chinese silk panel of children (3) £50-70
393.    A small collection of plated wares to include a wooden inkstand £15-20
394.    A collection of silver plate (two trays) £20-30
395.    A pewter charger, no touch marks £20-30
397.    A canteen of cutlery for twelve by Webber & Hill Ltd £60-80
398.    A large collection of silver plate to include tea pot, water jugs, toast rack etc, three trays
399.    A canteen of cutlery for six by Arthur Price £40-60
400.    A silver colour metal paper knife in the form of a sword £20-30
400A.   A collection of plated cutlery together with glass mirror, glass coasters, etc £15-20
401.    A collection of plated goblets, plated gravy boat, etc £25-30
402.    A collection of plated cutlery to include cased fish servers, etc £25-30
403.    A glass hip flask with plated top and detachable cup base by Walker & Hall together with two others in boxes, each with its own funnel for filling £25-35
404.    A silver plated bottle holder £25-35
404A.   A silver mounted Mazer £80-120
405.    A small collection of collectables to inlcude two pill boxes, three whistles, a Chinese coin, etc £20-30
406.    A glass and silver pepper mill £40-50
407.    A pair of boxed silver napkin rings £15-20
408.    A child's sterling silver plate and bowl, decorated to the edges with various animals in relief, together with a silver egg cup £40-60
409.    A cased set of six silver coffee spoons together with a cased set of eight tea knives, four missing £20-30
410.    An Indian white metal picture frame depicting the Taj Mahal and other landmarks within a lily leaf border, late 19th/early 20th century 59cm x 50cm £150-200
412.    A cased collection of marcasite to include necklace, bracelet and brooch £50-60
413.    A cased pair of silver mounted glass knife rests £40-60
414.    A silver pickle fork with mother of pearl handle together with two silver napkin rings £25-30
415.    A small silver cream jug decorated in relief, Birmingham 1907 £20-25
416.    A vesta case in the form of a sterling silver pig £40-60
417.    A silver quaich, London 1945 £70-100
417A.   A small silver cream jug on three hoof feet £60-70
418.    A George III collection of two silver serving spoons, a silver desert spoon and three teaspoons £80-100
419.    A pair of silver asparagus servers, Birmingham 1901 £200-300
420.    A silver pocket cigar cutter, hallmarked Birmingham 1979, and a Donatus Solingen silver plated table cigar cutter £35-45
421.    A silver spoon with enamelled London crest finial and engraved design of St. Paul's in the bowl, hallmarked Birmingam 1944 £20-30
422.    A cased Troika design leather key ring with silver Birmingham 1980 cartouche £15-20
423.    A Links of London silver card case in original box, hallmarked Birmingham 2007 £35-40
424.    A silver tankard engraved G.I. from B.S. 1963 £60-80
425.    A silver tankard on single foot, Birmingham 1964 £50-80
425A.   An Art Deco silver gravey boat on three pad feet £80-100
426.    A silver meat skewer to commemorate the Queens Jubilee 1952-1977, together with a silver plated skewer £70-100
426A.   A silver dish showing Venus, some 14.5cm in diameter £80-100
427.    A quantity of silver to include six soup spoons, a pair of ladles, a pair of fruit spoons, two small ash trays and a quantity of salt and peppers £350-400
428.    A pair of silver fruit baskets on single foot £180-200
428A.   A pair of silver sweet meat dishes, having pierced decoration £80-120
429.    A silver inkwell, with hinged lid, inscribed HMS Unicorn presented by Lady Grose, commissioned 25th June 1993, stamped Finnigans Ltd, 12.5cm square, in presentation box £120-180
430.    A three piece silver tea set to include tea pot, sugar bowl, milk jug, Birmingham 1913 £250-300
431.    A Victorian half sovereign 1867 £110-130
432.    An Edward VII half sovereign 1908 £110-130
433.    An Edward VII full sovereign 1906 £220-240
434.    A George V full sovereign 1913 £220-240
435.    An Edward VII full sovereign 1910 £220-240
436.    A collection of coins, to include American silver dollars, English crown, etc £30-40
437.    A collection of Victorian silver crown coins to include four Jubilee head and three old head £60-80
438.    An Edward VII half sovereign 1909, the coin has been clipped £80-120
439.    A gentleman's open face key wind pocket watch in working order £40-60
440.    A paste set ring and a 1930s three stone diamond ring, as found (2) £30-40
441.    An 18 carat gold ring set with small diamond cluster £80-120
442.    A French 'fix' brooch in the form of a flower set heart £60-80
443.    A pair of banded agate earrings £40-50
444.    A small collection of jewellery to include a quartz ring, a set tortoiseshell brooch, etc £50-70
445.    A bag of costume jewellery £15-20
446.    A broken rose gold curb link bracelet £80-100
447.    Eight insect and animal brooches £35-45
448.    Two Lucite brooches £20-30
449.    A bag of costume jewellery £20-30
450.    A string of cultured pearls £30-50
450A.   A rare Georg Jensen silver brooch depicting butterflies and flora £250-300
451.    A pearl set stick pin £15-20
452.    A pair of lognettes £25-30
453.    A collection of wristwatches to include a gentlemans 9 carat gold Tissot £80-120
455.    A gentlemans rolled gold open face dress pocket watch (GWO) £50-80
456.    A 9 carat gold plaited neck chain £40-60
457.    A single stone 1940s diamond ring, three other rings and a pendant £80-120
458.    A 9 carat gold ring set with central opal together with an opal set brooch £100-150
459.    A 19th century diamond brooch, set in white metal with sixty rose cut diamonds set in the form of flower heads and bowls £5000-5500
460.    A pear shape diamond of good colour on an 18 carat white gold neck chain £5000-5500
461.    A large pendant set in silver having green stones throughout the necklace £200-250
462.    A ruby and diamond cluster ring set in 9 carat gold £350-380
464.    A diamond and pearl necklace set in 18 carat yellow gold £750-850
465.    A pair of diamond and emerald earrings set in 14 carat yellow gold £250-300
466.    A paste set brooch showing the cross of England in red paste stones £100-150
467.    A very fine carved jade pendant set with two colour diamond set stirrups on 18 carat gold chain £850-900
468.    A pearl and coral pendant set with gold chain £250-350
469.    A 14 carat gold ring, set with oval black opal £400-450
470.    Four gentlemen's 9 carat gold signet rings, one cased only, and a ladies 1940s wristwatch £130-150
471.    A 9 carat gold bangle set with small moissanites £150-180
472.    A 9 carat gold gentlemans wristwatch, bought from Bracher & Sydenham in 1946 for £27.5 shillings, comes complete with invoice and original box £100-120
473.    A 9 carat gold charm bracelet with 9 to 10 charms £300-400