Antique & Collectables Sale
on Wednesday 18th October 2017

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1.      A wine rack with thirty-six compartments 10-15
2.      An Edwardian two piece bedroom suite, the wardrobe with mirrored door over a long drawer, 123cm wide and a marble top washstand (2) 30-50
3.      An oak octagonal table, 41.5cm wide, an oak open bookcase and an armchair (3) 20-30
4.      An oak bookcase, with sliding glazed doors, 104cm wide, 109cm high 20-30
5.      A Singer treadle sewing machine 20-30
6.      A walnut bowfront display cabinet, with lancet arched doors and cabriole legs, 88cm wide, 124cm high 20-30
7.      A rectangular onyx and gilt metal coffee table, a similar standard lamp, and a turned wood standard lamp, two onyx ashtrays, cigarette box, and table lighter, an onyx vase and model dolphin and an Aztec style chess set, of malachite type resin 26cm square 40-60
8.      A painted pine chest, the hinged lid over two false drawers on bracket feet, 109cm wide 80-120
9.      A pair of pine open bookshelves, 83cm wide, 190cm high 20-30
10.     An oak G-Plan corner secretaire, with fall front drawer and a pair of cupboard doors, 98cm wide, 95cm high, and a painted kitchen chair (2) 20-30
11.     A Stag chest of drawers, a teak dressing table and a velvet and giltwood standard lamp. 20-30
12.     A George III corner cupboard, the glazed door enclosing shaped shelves 70cm wide, 99cm high 30-50
13.     An oval gilt framed wall mirror with putti crest, 67cm high 10-15
14.     Two rectangular giltwood framed wall mirrors, one with bevelled plate 101cm x 71cm and 124cm x 35cm 20-30
15.     A rectangular giltwood mirror with bevelled plate 72cm x 50cm and an oval mirror 61cm x 51cm 20-30
16.     A Globe Wernicke type stacking bookcase with two graduated tiers, and base drawer, 86cm wide, 89cm high, as found 50-70
17.     A Minty teak stacking bookcase, of three graduated tiers with sliding glass doors, 89cm wide, 120cm high 60-80
18.     A set of four oak dining chairs, the reeded railbacks on similar square section legs, and a pair of Edwardian walnut side chairs, the scroll top rails over patera and husk carved backs, stuffover seats and ring turned legs (6) 20-30
19.     A teak coffee table, of rectangular form with raised ends and moulded legs, labelled France & Son Denmark, 120cm long 20-30
20.     A teak rocking armchair labelled France & Son, Denmark 20-30
21.     An oak extending dining table on square tapering legs 99cm wide, and a set of four oak dining chairs, including two carvers (5) 20-30
22.     An oak kneehole desk, the central drawer over cupboard doors to the kneehole flanked by four drawers either side, 122cm x 68cm 60-80
23.     Two oak framed wall mirrors, an oak ship's wheel shaped aneroid barometer and a smoker's stand (4) 20-30
24.     An Edwardian mahogany torchere stand, the shaped square top on straight cabriole legs with club feet and cross stretcher, 28cm square, 93cm high 20-30
25.     An Edwardian mahogany wall shelf with double doors and shaped sides, 59cm wide and a dressing table mirror with drawer supports (2) 20-30
26.     A beech and elm kitchen armchair, with railback and turned supports joined by stretchers 40-60
27.     An early 20th century French oak and burrwood panelled sideboard, with raised back over three drawers flanked by cupboard doors on cabriole legs, 178cm wide 40-60
28.     A George III style mahogany and boxwood strung cabinet, the twin doors over two drawers on bracket feet, 61cm wide 20-30
29.     A George III style mahogany corner cabinet, with astragal glazed door and sides, 70cm wide, 95cm high 20-30
30.     An African hardwood stool carved as an elephant, 51cm wide, 47cm high 20-30
31.     An Indian carved Padouk wood occasional table, the oval top, legs and under-shelf profusely carved with foliate scrolls and tongue borders 68cm wide, 64cm high 80-120
32.     A pair of Nathan teak bedside cabinets and a wall mirror 20-30
33.     A pair of Victorian mahogany button back armchairs with cabriole legs and castors 60-80
34.     A stained wood spindle turned armchair, a carved oak occasional table and two other occasional tables (4) 30-50
35.     An oak gateleg table, with baluster turned supports, 62cm wide 15-20
36.     A pair of Louis XVI style open armchairs, with upholstered backs, seats and padded arms on floral carved cabriole legs (2) 15-20
37.     A painted cast iron umbrella stand in the form of a boy fighting a serpent, marked OWF, 80cm high 50-70
38.     A Minty dark oak stacking bookcase, the five graduated tiers with sliding glass doors, 167cm high, 89cm wide 60-80
39.     A pair of Edwardian mahogany bedroom chairs, with floral carved rectangular backs and sabre legs with pot castors (2) 40-60
40.     A late Victorian mahogany hall stool, with brass mounts, stamped Jas. Shoolbred & Co. and numbered 8328, the baluster gallery back over roundel sides and slighty outsplayed legs, 56cm wide 400-600
41.     An Edwardian walnut mirror-back side cabinet, the shield shape mirror over mirror-back shelves, the base with frieze drawer and floral carved doors flanked by canted shelves on turned supports with undershelf 122cm wide, 200cm high 50-70
42.     An Edwardian stained pine glazed bookcase with two pairs of doors, from a larger bookcase 103cm wide 229cm high 20-30
43.     A Victorian mahogany reading table, the sliding adjustable top with two reading slopes on a turned stem and platform base with lobed feet, 91cm wide 80-120
44.     A pair of Victorian upholstered low nursing chairs, with scroll back and seat on turned legs and metal castors 60-80
45.     A pair of 19th century elm ladderback chairs, with rush seats, and turned supports (one re-seated) 10-15
46.     An oak gateleg table, with barley-twist legs, 91cm wide 20-30
47.     A small reproduction campaign chest, with leather top and three drawers 50cm wide and a brass bound occasional table (2) 15-20
48.     An oak tambour front filing cabinet, with nine slides (one slide later) 48cm wide, 112cm high (lock dismantled, no key) 40-60
49.     An Edwardian oak cabinet with single panelled door with gilt highlights 58cm wide 116cm high 40-60
50.     A late Victorian mahogany kneehole desk, the top with three frieze drawers over pedestals each with three drawers 122cm wide, 58cm deep, 78cm high 60-80
51.     An early 20th century mahogany cased humidor cabinet, with frieze drawer over a cupboard door fitted with thermometer, open shelves and labelled 'The Maturatum Cigar Cabinet No. 19241' on square tapering legs, 49cm wide, 122cm high 60-80
52.     A flame mahogany corner cabinet, with single door over a shaped apron and cabriole legs, 74cm wide 123cm high 40-60
53.     A pair of Ercol elm seated kitchen chairs with blue gilt labels 20-30
54.     An early Victorian mahogany gateleg table, with ring turned legs on pot castors 107cm wide 30-40
55.     A late Victorian button back nursing chair, in dark green upholstery, on turned legs and castors 20-30
56.     A set of six Edwardian stained beech dining chairs, the H-form backs over stuffover seats and turned legs (6) 30-50
57.     A rosewood oval centre table, parts Victorian, with turned stem and carved tripod base, 107cm wide 30-50
58.     A Victorian mahogany chest of drawers, with two short and three long graduated panelled drawers on a plinth base, 126cm wide 40-60
59.     A Globe Wernicke type stacking bookcase, the three graduated shelves with glazed fall fronts, on a moulded base, 87cm x 113cm 100-150
60.     A George III mahogany cabinet, the hinged glass bijouterie top over a dummy drawer, four short and two long drawers on square tapering legs with brass caps and castors, 57cm wide 100-150
61.     A Victorian walnut nursing chair, with scroll carved open back, moulded cabriole legs and pot castors, an inlaid corner chair, and an upholstered beech open armchair with turned legs (3) 30-50
62.     A Japanese two fold screen, the lacquer Shibayama style panels inset in mother of pearl to depict birds, within a bird and foliate carved frame, each section 191cm high, 87cm wide 80-120
63.     A Chinese stained and carved camphor wood chest, of rectangular form depicting court scenes, on cabriole legs and paw feet 100cm wide, 55cm deep, 54cm high 100-150
64.     A mahogany oval toilet mirror and a concave sided square occasional table with cross stretcher 49cm 10-15
65.     A stained oak Globe Wernicke type stacking bookcase, the moulded top over five shelves with glazed fall fronts 86cm wide, 191cm high 120-180
66.     A Phoenix Bookcases stained oak stacking bookcase, the six shelves with sliding glass doors, 91cm wide, 200cm high 30-50
67.     A mid Victorian burr walnut foldover card table, the circular baize interior over a floral carved baluster stem and four floral carved cabriole legs with scroll feet and pot castors 93cm wide, 46cm deep, 77cm high 100-150
68.     A Victorian cast iron fire fender, of repeating scroll design 122cm wide, a wrought iron fire screen 30-50
69.     A George III oak and mahogany crossbanded mule chest, the hinged top over two dummy drawers, above an arrangement of five drawers on ogee bracket feet, 171cm wide, 55cm deep, 106cm high 250-300
70.     A teak 'Triform' foldover tea table by McIntosh, with two sliding occasional tables, on castors, labelled and dated Jan 1975, 74cm x 40cm and a teak bookcase with sliding glass doors 110cm wide (2) 30-40
71.     A small George III mahogany bureau, possibly an apprentice piece, the sloping fall enclosing a fitted interior and well, over two long drawers, on a stand of square legs and stretchers, 56cm wide 34cm deep 85cm high 300-400
72.     A George III mahogany chest on chest, the dentil cornice over two short and three long graduated drawers over a base with three further long graduated drawers on bracket feet, 105cm wide, 50cm deep, 181cm high 300-500
73.     A Regency mahogany Bergere chair, with reeded downswept arms and canework back over a loose cushion seat and reeded tapering legs on brass castors 400-600
74.     A large George III mahogany dropleaf table, the oval top on turned legs and club feet, in need of restoration, 164cm long, 72cm high 200-300
75.     An Edwardian mahogany four fold screen, each panel with bevelled glass plate over painted silk panels depicting butterflies or kingfishers above Japanese style burr maple panels, each section 157cm high, 39cm wide 150-200
76.     A George III mahogany linen press, the dentil cornice over a pair of panelled doors, enclosing slides, over two short and two long drawers on outsplayed bracket feet, 129cm wide 64cm deep 195cm high 300-500
77.     An early Victorian burr walnut breakfront side cabinet or credenza, the brass gallery over a pair of panelled and rosette applied doors flanked by glazed doors on a plinth base, 215cm wide, 44cm deep, 116cm high 200-300
78.     A faux rosewood sideboard, of rectangular form with two pairs of cupboard doors enclosing glass shelves and drawers, 198cm high, 48cm deep, 82cm high 20-30
79.     A pair of ash tub armchairs, with black upholstery on outsplayed legs (2) 10-15
80.     A 19th century mahogany stick barometer, the arched ivory dial with thermometer and inscribed J.King, Optician, 2 Clare St, Bristol 92cm high 120-180
81.     A 19th century continental Chinoiserie bracket clock, with stepped top over a gilt painted enamel dial flanked by columns over a Chinese scene and scrolling metal mounted feet, single train fusee movement (possibly later) 61cm high, 44cm wide 80-120
82.     An oak longcase clock, the carved frieze over a brass dial with gilt mask spandrels, subsidiary seconds dial, date aperture and silvered chapter ring inscribed, Thos Refford, Royston, above a later applied floral carved trunk door and plinth base, the eight day movement striking on a bell, 194cm high 200-300
83.     A 1920s inlaid mahogany Admiral hat clock, the silvered dial inscribed Spikings From Dent Ltd, Pyramid, the twin train movement striking on a gong, 38.5cm wide 30-40
84.     An oak cased mantel clock, retailed by Edward & Sons of London and Glasgow, with silvered dial and single train W&H movement, 26cm high and an Ansonia mahogany cased wall clock, 65cm high (2) 30-40
85.     A brass carriage clock with white enamel dial, the repeating movement striking on a gong, as found, in original case, 16cm high 200-300
86.     An Edwardian stained oak banjo barometer, with foliate carving, mercury thermometer and aneroid barometer, 83cm high 50-70
87.     A 1920s oak mantel clock, the arched case with silvered dial, the three train movement striking on a gong, 31.5cm wide 10-15
88.     A large European style ivory field carpet with green foliate scroll and floral medallion and border, 553cm x 367cm 40-60
89.     An Indian wool carpet, the red ground with all over foliate and floral design within an ivory foliate scroll border, 420cm x 300cm 60-80
90.     A kilim, of polychrome serrated geometric design, 215cm x 142cm
And another kilim 175cm x 117cm (2) 60-80
91.     A Belouch carpet, with all over serrated medallion design in blue, red and bown, in a multiple border, 203cm x 162cm 80-120
92.     A Kazak carpet, the central ivory medallion on red field of flowerheads, with a polychrome geometric border 250cm x 177cm 60-80
93.     Two pairs of oak occasional tables, in the form of joint stools, with turned legs (4) 20-30
94.     A Kazak rug with three green and ivory medallions on a red field with serrated border, 137cm x 101cm, another Kazak rug, 142 x 98cm and a red machine made floral rug 110cm x 60cm (3) 80-120
95.     A Chinese floral rug with crimson field 205cm x 93cm 10-15
96.     An Indian wool carpet, with rows of polychrome vases of flowers within a dark blue and ivory border, 293cm x 198cm 80-120
97.     After Warren Williams
Conwy Castle and Mountains 28cm x 52cm
and other Welsh coastal views, limited edition lithographs published 1980s and 1990s (4) 30-40
98.     After Edwin Edwards
'A June Morning' lithograph
32cm x 53cm and various other prints and framed postcards 20-30
99.     Garman Morris
Hazy sunrise and sunset - sailing vassels
Watercolours - a pair
signed and titled
50cm x 16cm (2) 40-60
100.    Ainsley
Family of elephants at the water hole
oil on board
signed and dated
60 x 75cm 35-45
101.    Norman Henry French 1906-1984
Country River Scene
oil on canvas
signed RIMA RRSM N.F.
50 x 101 cm 150-200
102.    Four fire series stevengraph type silks, World War I : Albert 1914, Louvain 1914, Martyr Ypres, Arras 1915, each 6 x 11cm, mounted in a single frame 65-80
103.    R. Danford
Deer in the woods
Oil on board
19 x 24cm 40-50
104.    R. Danford
Sheep in the woods, lake in background
Oil on board
19 x 24cm 35-55
106.    Richard W. Conway-Jones
The Three Graces
Initialled and stamped
49cm x 18cm 30-50
107.    Richard W. Conway-Jones
'The Boy from Soho'
Oil on board
Signed and inscribed verso
29cm square 20-30
108.    Marc Sijan
'Hands to Head' - 1986
Painted plaster cast
Signed and numbered 49/100 verso
(crack across one elbow)
45cm x 78cm 200-300
109.    Sydney Maiden
Large castle ruins by a river
Watercolour and pencil
Signed and dated 1943
21cm x 31cm
And another by the same artist of a cottage dated 1943
15cm x 19.5cm 80-120
110.    Tom McCracken
'Fowey', 'Low Tide' and a harbour scene
Watercolours, signed or initialled
17cm x 21.5cm (3) 50-70
111.    Frank Rose
Hunters in a Wintry Village
Watercolour, signed
52cm x 35cm and another by the same artist of figures outside a cottage 52cm x 35cm (2) 80-120
112.    Duncan Palmar
'The Lobster Catch' and 'Returning Home' - A pair
signed and dated '88
19cm x 28cm 80-120
113.    Late 20th century British School
Half length study of a girl
Charcoal and white
Indistinctly signed and dated '64
65cm x 49cm 60-80
114.    H Anton
Sailing vessels with Venice Beyond
Colour etching, signed and numbered 68/300 in pencil 25cm x 30cm
And another of ladies collecting the catch, indistinctly signed and numbered 69/250 26cm x 33cm 40-60
115.    Christopher Cole
Portrait of a gun dog
Pastels, signed, 57cm x 43cm 60-80
116.    A Souber
Lakeview with mountains beyond
Oil on canvas, signed
49cm x 100cm 20-30
117.    Arthur Fidler
Summer Hill Point, Derwent Water
Oil on board,
signed, labelled verso
40cm x 80cm 40-60
118.    A.J. Thornton
Moulsford Church on the River Thames
Oil on board,
signed, labelled verso
25cm x 58cm 120-180
119.    Early 20th century British School
Figures on a lane by a pond
Oil on canvas,
unsigned (restored)
30cm x 40cm and three other paintings (4) 50-70
120.    A pair of limited edition lithographs depicting The Thames at Abingdon and Ye Olde Bell, Hurley,
indistinctly signed
14cm x 17cm and another of a canal boat (3) 10-15
121.    C. Kevin
Harbour scene
Oil on canvas, signed
50cm x 60cm 80-120
122.    Alan Runagall RSMA
Low water, Leigh
Watercolour, signed, labelled verso
27cm x 37cm 60-80
123.    Sidney Cardew, RSMA
Low Tide, West Mersey
signed, Mall Galleries label verso
26cm x 35cm 60-80
124.    John Sprakes, RBA ROI
'Dark Trees'
Acrylic on canvas
Signed, Mall Galleries label verso
30cm x 40cm 70-100
125.    John Davis
'All Night Under the Moon'
Oil on canvas
Signed, Mall Galleries label verso
50cm x 40cm 40-60
126.    Ronny Moortgat RSMA
'Ships on the River'
Signed, Mall Galleries label verso
16cm x 49cm 100-150
127.    A set of four prints depicting historical military dress, published by Hugh Evelyn and two nautical prints (6) 30-40
128.    Tikaashe - The Sounds of the Kalahari III
Three colour woodblock
Signed and dated 2006, numbered in pencil 2/7
22cm x 25cm 20-30
129.    20th century British School
Figures preparing vessels on a quayside
Oil on canvas, unsigned
41cm x 51cm 20-30
130.    After Charles Johnson Payne (Snaffles)
Sandown - Asking 'Em the Question
31cm x 45cm
Happy are they who hunt for their own pleasure and not to astonish others
21cm x 49cm
Lithographs with reproduced signatures (2) 30-40
131.    Caroline Burnett
Views of Paris - A pair
Oil on canvas,
30cm x 40cm (2) 20-30
132.    Manner of Henri Martin
Figure of a lady holding a basket on her head
Oil on board,
late 20th century, bears H. Martin signature
34cm x 23cm 80-120
133.    Manner of Henri Martin
Half length portrait of a girl
Oil on board,
late 20th century
34cm x 23cm 60-80
134.    H. Carlton
Elephants walking through a forest
Oil on canvas
40cm x 50cm 20-30
135.    Laurence Bagley
The Lone Sailor
Lithograph signed and numbered 41/250 in pencil 49cm x 75cm
A print of the America's Cup with sample of Spinnaker from 1983 yacht Liberty and other marine prints (3) 40-60
136.    A large collection of miscellaneous framed prints and mirrors 20-30
137.    Kumi Ito (Japan b.1942)
'Kikumi' - Happy families in a garden
signed and stamped
24cm x 26.5cm 40-60
138.    Frank Harding
Patrol boats among sailing vessels
signed in pencil, unframed and unmounted
8cm x 38cm 40-60
139.    Cyril Henry Barraud
St Jacques, Ypres
Signed in pencil
29cm x 15.5cm
And two other etchings by the same artist, including Mont St Cloy 18cm x 32.5cm both signed in pencil, all unframed and unmounted 60-80
140.    Gladys Owen
Five wood engraving of cottages including The Corral, Segovia, signed in pencil
Arthur Freeman
Three Cornish Views
Wood engravings
Signed and inscribed in pencil
All unframed and unmounted (8) 40-60
141.    Vivien Gribble
'The South Wind'
Wood engraving
Signed and inscribed in pencil 1/100 20cm x 14cm
And fourteen other wood engravings or etchings by various artists. All unframed and unmounted 40-60
142.    After Jane Atche
Femme a la Marguerite
30cm diameter, mounted and unframed
And a folio of History of Art bookplates 150-200
143.    Iain Macnab (1890-1967)
Two studies of nudes
Pen and pencil, signed in pencil
Unframed and unmounted (as found)
44cm x 28cm 80-120
144.    Alfred East (1844-1913)
Puntsman on a river
signed, inscribed and dated 1911
40cm x 50cm
Unframed, unmounted and heavity creased,
two engraving after W. Dendy Sadler and two aquatints after G. Sidney Hewitt, all unframed and unmounted 40-60
145.    Sir Frank Brangwyn RA RWS RBA (1867 -1956)
Galleon under construction
Colour lithograph
Signed in pencil, published by F. Lewis
45cm x 61cm, unframed 60-80
146.    After Horbelot
View of the left bank and Notre Dame
Colour lithograph, inscribed in pencil
26cm x 33cm
And another print of a harbour scene 20-30
147.    After B.W. Leader
'Where Brook and River Meet'
Lithograph of an etching
46cm x 69cm
And after Herbert Gandy
Hay cart crossing a river, lithograph
35cm x 68cm (2) 20-30
148.    Alfred Hugh Fisher (1867 - 1945)
'The Old Ashmolean, Oxford'
Etching, signed in pencil
27.5cm x 17cm
And another etching by the same artist, signed in pencil
28cm x 20cm (2) 80-120
149.    A pair of Persian paintings depicting court scenes, the ivory and blue borders with figures walking in gardens 74cm x 45cm (2) 180-250
150.    A Persian painting depicting a court scene with figures seated under canopies, 74cm x 48cm 70-100
151.    Herbert Davis Richter (1874-1955)
Still life of roses with Chinese figure and chess pieces,
Oil on canvas, signed,
labelled verso, 'Presented to Mr Thomas Cameron OBE by members of the Clan Cameron (Glasgow) Association on his retirement as president of the association 16th June 1953
42cm x 53cm 300-500
152.    Vera Waddington (1876-1954)
Sunlight over lakes
Oil on board,
26cm x 35cm 100-150
153.    Tom Lloyd R.W.S. (1849 - 1910)
Girl with basket in a flowering garden
signed and dated 1897
29cm x 20cm 120-180
154.    Graham Clarke (B. 1941)
'Romans Do' and 'Steamers'
From History of England
Coloured etchings, signed, inscribed and numbered in pencil 30/200 Ed.A., with bind stamp
43cm x 34cm (2) 200-300
155.    Graham Clarke (B. 1941)
Coloured etching
Signed, inscribed and numbered in pencil, 252/300 35cm x 41cm 80-120
156.    John Piper (1903 - 1992)
'The Quest'
Limited edition screenprint, signed and numbered in pencil 36/100 45cm x 68cm, with CCA Galleries certificate
May be subject to ARR 500-800
157.    J.H. Butt
Dock scene with sailing vessel
27cm x 35cm 100-150
158.    Maurice Levis (1860-1940)
French chateau by a river - a pair
Colourwash on silk;
27cm x 37cm (2) 200-300
159.    Fredrick Arthur Verner (Canadian 1836-1928)
After the Gale - Tynemouth
Watercolour, signed and dated 1896, inscribed verso
Mounted on board, unframed
18cm x 31cm
And six other unframed watercolours (7) 200-300
160.    John Bratby (1928 - 1992)
'Out of Rock Hotel Window Feb 8 1982, Gibraltar'
Pencil, inscribed and signed in pencil
30cm x 23cm, mounted and unframed 200-300
161.    John Bratby (1928 - 1992)
'From Window of Hotel Auguado, May 4 1978'
Pencil, inscribed and signed in pencil
30cm x 20.5cm, mounted and unframed 200-300
162.    John Bratby (1928 - 1992)
Election Results Day 5 May 1979, Brasserie Courayet, Dieppe
Pencil, inscribed and signed in pencil
29cm x 20.5cm, mounted and unframed 200-300
163.    A Joseph Sankey bubble effect six pint copper jug 34cm high, a copper charger 45cm diameter and a copper coal scuttle (3) 30-50
164.    A framed set of sewing ephemera, including needle books, late Victorian, 29cm square 15-20
165.    A Regency mahogany sarcophagus form tea caddy, with two caddies and bowl compartment, lacks feet, 33cm wide 15-20
166.    Three oak table top bookstands 37cm wide and a small suitcase 20-30
167.    Two Victorian brass oil lamps, one with glass reservoir, 62cm and 59cm high 20-30
168.    A cast iron and glass oil lamp, other oil lamps and parts 30-40
169.    Three boxes of glass oil lamp chimney flues, approx 100 150-200
170.    A pair of variegated grey marble table lamps, of vase form on stepped bases, 37cm high and another similar (3) 40-60
171.    African hand carved wooden bowl, 42cm wide 35-45
172.    A portfolio of over sixty maritime maps and others 40-50
173.    A fruitwood tea caddy in the form of a pear, early 19th century style, 21.5cm high 60-80
174.    A pair of crystoleums, depicting hunting scenes 16cm x 24cm 20-30
175.    A Coracle blue linen cased picnic set 20-30
176.    A pair of spelter Marly horses 32cm high 20-30
177.    An African spear, inset with chevron design 152cm long and various African hardwood carvings 40-60
178.    A Murano glass chandelier, as found, and various wall lights and iron candelabra 30-50
179.    Two Chinese silk smoker's jackets, a shawl, various lace and printed fabric 40-60
180.    A Picquot Ware pewter five piece tea set, including tray 30-40
182.    A Victorian Shropshire Constabulary painted truncheon, 36cm long, a Petty Sessions timetable for 1899 and a photograph of a police officer (3) 60-80
183.    Aviation memorabilia, including a double sided BOAC World Air Routes poster, British Airways cabin crew manuals and other ephemera 30-50
184.    Two folios of ephemera, including newspapers, The Graphic, London Illustrated News, Picture Post, bound copies of London Illustrated News and others 30-40
185.    A collection of theatre and show programmes, mostly West End, from the 1940s to 1960s 20-30
186.    A collection of Horticultural judge's badges and six 9 carat gold badges 500-600
187.    An H.M.V. picnic gramophone, and a collection of records, as found 15-20
188.     Ten Boer War pin badges, rare examples, depicting General Roberts, Baden-Powell etc. 140-150
189.    Fourteen rowing regatta competitors badges 1958 - 1968, a trophy for the Marlow Regatta 1960, and four prize tankards 80-100
190.    A Desmo badge bar, with National Trust, Bentley Drivers Club, RAC and Caravan Club badges 120-140
191.    Books: A Complete History of England with the Lives of all the Kings, Queens Threreof, London 1706 in three volumes, leather bound, 30 plates 120-180
192.    Books: Travels Amongst the Great Andes of the Equator, Edward Whymper, 1892 publ. John Murray, twenty plates and four maps (one in sleeve), rebound in half leather 30-40
193.    Books: Various travel books including the Lake of Geneva - Sir Fredrick Treves, Cassell & Co 1922, other books on Switzerland, The English Lakes painted by A. Heaton Cooper and described by Wm T Palmer, Adam and Charles Black 1908 and other books 30-40
194.    Books: Various Folio Society bindings, including The Maya, The Inca, The Aztecs (boxset) All Quiet on the Western Front (2nd impression 1967) and others 30-40
195.    Books: Folio Society - The Lord of the Rings Trilogy boxset, J.R.R. Tolkien fourth printing 2000, The Silmarillion, 1997 and The Hobbit, third printing 1999 (3) 40-60
198.    A boxed ladies compact lipstick and rouge box from Cafe Society, Fifth Avenue, New York, in original box, a set of boxed amethyst buttons, doll underclothes, etc 60-70
199.    Dinky 259 Bedford Miles Fire Engine in original box, Anbrico Bedford Vista kit (constructed and painted) and a Metalotehniki (Greece) chess set 20-30
200.    A small collection of penknives, a small Huntley & Palmers tin and a French miniature street lamp 40-50
201.    An 'Artillery Bank' cast iron money bank, with key, 22cm wide 30-40
202.    A fishing rod case containing Shakespeare Europa XL Beach Caster, Conlon 1000, Zebco Express Cup 3600, Olympic Leger 9ft, Foremost Match and two pther rods, and a Sundridge seated box with accessories 40-60
203.    A fishing rod case, containing twelve fishing rods and a telescopic rod including Olympic East Anglian rod, Popular Junior Match 10 foot, Zebco Primera Match, Sunridge 11ft Miracle Pink, Popular Leger, and a Team Daiwa box with accessories 40-60
204.    A coal model of the Mallard Locomotive and various Lledo and modern Dinky diecast models 20-30
205.    A Royal Scottish Automobile Club car badge, an I.A.M. car badge and a reproduction AA badge, also a set of Henley Royal Regatta blazer buttons 40-60
206.    Two autograph albums containing film star signatures including Peter Lorre, Douglas Montgomery, John Mills, Jimmy Durante, Joe E. Brown, Fred Astaire, Charles Laughton etc 20-30
207.    A Platignum blue and brown marbled propelling pencil, with George VI bust mount, and a Parker fountain pen and pencil set 20-30
208.    Various military cap badges including Royal Artillery, Cornwall Light Infantry, World War I medals and coins 20-30
209.    A Royal Masonic Hospital silver jewel to Bro. A.C. Hoare no. 5699, another for the Redevelopment and Modernisation Fund and a silver gilt brooch presented to Miss L. Hoare, Hostess of the Greystock Lodge, November 1980 (3) 30-40
210.    A taxidermy pheasant, perched on a branch, 65cm high, lacks glass case 80-120
211.    Shell Nature Studies posters, illustrated by Maurice Wilson, 11 (no. 5 missing) and Shell Guide To Trees illustrated by S.R. Badmin R.W.S. 9 (January, June and July missing) all rolled with metal strips (20) 40-60
212.    Four Chad Valley No.8 Bridge and Roadways Building Sets, circa 1958 20-30
213.    A B.G.L. (British Games Limited) Electric Speedway, 50cm 40-60
214.    Ten Corgi 469 Routemaster buses including OXO and HMV; E.F.E. Bristol Devon General, all in original window boxes (11) 20-30
215.    Five Triang-Minic Pennybrix sets, circa 1967 20-30
216.    Nineteen diecast toy vehicles including Britains Magirus Deutz Milk Tanker, Lledo, Corgi and Matchbox (11) 20-25
217.    A fifteen piece porcelain dolls' tea service in original lidded box, a doll's part tea service and a dolls' house set of sofa and four chairs 20-30
218.    Books: Various on Grand Prix and classic cars, British Die-cast model price guides, and others 20-30
219.    Various table linen, including place mats and table cloths 30-50
220.    A Princess Mary 1914 Christmas box, with 1914-15 Star, 1914-19 medal, 1914-18 medal, presented to 61462 D.V.R. A.A. Rose 60-80
221.    A Queen Victoria South Africa 1900 chocolate tin (still containing chocolate) 40-60
222.    An active service testament 1914-15 and a tin 20-25
223.    Books: Forty-six editions on British churches including The Romance of our Ancient Churches - S. Wilson 1899, English Church Design - F.H. Crossley 1947 and English Parish Churches - John Betjeman 1958 (46) 30-50
224.    Books: Twenty-eight editions on medieval architecture, basilica, monasteries and abbeys including Concise Glossary of Architecture 1910 and the British Museum Treasures of Heaven (28) 20-30
225.    Books: Twenty-six editions on Cathedrals including Great Cathedrals of the Middle Ages - Bernhard Schutz 2002 and the Cathedrals of England and Wales - Bumpus 1926 (26) 20-30
226.    A pair of Edwardian birds-eye maple book ends, 12.5cm 20-30
227.    A papier-mache faux-walnut wavy-rim dish with brass mounts, 25.5cm 20-30
228.    A Black Forest carved wooden box, the lid carved with grapes 21cm x 16cm 20-30
229.    A walnut and inlaid writing slope box 30-40
230.    Books: Jerusalem Delivered; an heroic poem translated from the Italian of Torquato Tasso by John Hoole sixth edition J. Dodsley 1787 two volumes, 8ve full leather bound; Winston Churchill - The Second World War, 1st edition 1949 six volumes with dust covers 60-80
232.    A Simon & Halbig bisque-head Asian child doll No. 1329 with fixed brown eyes, open mouth with teeth and jointed composition body, 37cm circa 1895, lacks earrings 150-200
233.    An Armand Marseille AM390 bisque-head doll with sleeping blue eyes, open mouth with teeth and jointed wood body, 46cm 50-60
234.    Two German bisque-head dolls: one AM390 and another impressed '9' both 42cm, both have dislodged eyes (2) 30-40
235.    A tinplate globe and stand by Huntley, Boorne & Stevens, the stand describing principle rivers, mountains and ports 16cm diameter and a Greens of Brighton Alice in Wonderland tinplate box 150-250
236.    Two yachting posters produced for Senior Service Cigarettes, Yacht Racing Rules and Yacht Identification Chart 79cm x 115 cm 15-20
237.    Dinky post war green and black 36g taxi, two Charbens Old Timers, composition cavalry figures with camp fire and stagecoach possibly Leyla or Chialu and Sawyer's view-master with topographical reels 20-30
238.    A collection of British and World postage stamps, some in albums, most loose and first day covers 60-80
239.    A folding artist's stool, a box of oil paints, a pallet, brushes and sketch pads 40-60
240.    Various shells, some converted into dishes and plates 30-40
241.    A military issue Kedman Bros. duffel coat, no. 10 size 3 30-50
242.    Two ladies Astrakhan coats and a hat 20-30
243.    Three fur coats, a bag and other accessories 30-50
244.    A model fibreglass racing yacht, part complete, hull 100cm long, and a Futaba 3ER RC controller 40-60
245.    A Parker lady fountain pen, a Parker No3 propelling pencil and two other pens 40-50
246.    An early 20th century blacked tin magic lantern with 35mm film projector, possibly by J.A. Prestwich of Tottenham, c.1910 72cm long, 23cm wide 400-600
247.    Various books related to British Navy history, including A Salior's Life Under Four Sovereigns by the Hon. Sir Henry Keppel, Macmillen 1899 80-120
248.    A set of five Royal Albert Regina series Black Diamond tea cups and saucers, a pair of Japanese side plates and a Vienna style vase 20-30
248A.   A Victorian purple and red breakfast service with a vase and fence pattern, and various other ceramics (two boxes) 30-40
249.    A Coalport Ming Rose pattern egg shape box, and floral spray, another Aynsley flower spray, Limoges boxes, cups, etc 30-40
250.    A Poole Pottery mushroom pattern jar and cover, and an oven dish, a Coalport plate and various Braunton ware ceramics 15-20
251.    A dried pufferfish skin, 19cm long, two pewter tankards and a small amount of plated wares 20-30
252.    Various Amsterdam acrylic paints, an oak box and two children's prints of bears 30-40
253.    A Bayco No.1 Building set, and various doll parts (two trays) 20-30
254.    Various photographic equipment, including Polaroid cameras, Pentax K100 SLR camera, Cine cameras and projectors 30-40
255.    A copper kettle, brass candlesticks, powder flask, and other brasswares 30-40
256.    A Victorian creamware miniature plate with floral decoration 9.5cm diameter, various Victorian fairings, commemorative wares, Japanese ceramics and glassware (three trays) 30-40
257.    A carved wood Welsh style wall box, turned wood candlesticks, inkwells, boxes, etc (two trays) 20-30
258.    Nine albums of postage stamps, mostly UK and Commonwealth, and a large collection of loose world stamps including a large number of Canadian stamps 60-80
259.    A four piece Sadder ware tea service with pink and teal bands, various Wedgwood vases and trays and an oak occasional stand 20-30
260.    Nineteen Victorian plates with blue underglaze band and gilt scrolls and various Copeland Spode Italian pattern plates 30-50
261.    A horn handled sharpening steel, two copper saucepans, a boxed Chinese cloisonne bowl, binoculars and glass dishes 30-50
262.    Ridgeway Maiden Hair Fern pattern miniature dinnerwares, and other miniature teawares, etc 20-30
263.    A large collection of world postcards, mostly 1960's onwards (three trays) 20-30
264.    Four Chinese carved wood fish, and various hardwood stands for ceramics 20-30
265.    A pair of African spearheads, other African carved wood spoons and servers, and various Middle Eastern knives 20-30
266.    A Whieldon ware style teapot, various Toby jugs, commemorative mug and various plated wares, including cutlery, cheese dish and blue and white tureen (four trays) 30-50
267.    A Carltonware dish, in yellow and green with floral decoration, a pair of ceramic Fo dogs and other decorative plates 20-30
268.    Various Tureen lids, glass lustre parts, Waymaster kitchen scales and other glass and ceramics (two boxes) 20-30
269.    Two brass saucepans, a brass figure of a horse and other brassware 20-30
270.    Two cut glass decanters and various drinking glasses 30-40
271.    A Beswick Model of Arkle Champion Steeplechaser, on a wooden base (repair to ear) 30cm high 40-60
272.    Six Royal Doulton Figures: Kirsty HN2381, Emma HN3714, The Last Waltz HN2315, Sara HN2265, Rachel HN3976, Lynne HN2329 30-40
273.    A Royal Doulton Crystal set of six tumblers and a decanter, six French crystal wine glasses, another decanter and other cut glass wares 30-50
274.    A pair of Cranberry glass spill vases, 32cm high, and other Victorian coloured glass vases and a pair of decanters 20-30
275.    Two Clarice Cliff Crocus pattern coffee saucers and a jam pot (lacking lid), a Maling ware floral pattern teapot, coffee pot and water jug, other Maling lustre wares and Carltonware dishes and jug 50-70
276.    A Chinese ginger jar and cover, in famille verte colours depicting butterflies, 24cm high, and another vase, blue and yellow with lid, 40cm high, late 20th century (2) 40-50
277.    A Masonic firing glass, for the Constitutional Lodge, numbered 60, 9cm high 30-40
278.    Masons Ironstone Chartreuse pattern dinnerwares including tureen and cover, serving plate, teapot, square teapot, vase, plates, bowls and boxes 40-60
279.    Mason's Ironstone Chartreuse pattern table clock, coffee pot, eight coffee cans and saucers, tea caddy, and other matching wares 40-60
280.    A Royal Doulton figure - Ballet Shoes, HN3434, three Lladro figures and three Nao figures 30-50
281.    Two cut glass decanters, with Masons Ironstone Chartreuse pattern wine labels, a set of six Waterford crystal wine glasses, six sherry glasses and bonbon dish 30-50
282.    A Majolica pie dish in the style of George Jones, the quail and chicks lid over a rabbit decorated dish, numbered 1697 on the base, underside of lid re-painted, 36cm wide 80-120
283.    Various Royal Worcester Evesham pattern dinnerwares 60-80
284.    A Capodimonte figure of a man darning a sock, stamped Tyche 'Tosca' 24cm high and another of a tramp reading a book 23cm high signed Milio (2) 20-30
285.    A pair of gilt metal mounted vases with blue grounds depicting cottages, 24.5cm high and seven Dresden style figures 30-50
286.    A Doulton Lambeth stoneware jug, 16.5cm high, a Locke & Co Worcester biscuit barrel painted with sheep (lacks lid), 13cm high, a Royal Worcester trinket box and jug, four boxed Royal Worcester commemorative plates and other commemorative wares 30-50
287.    Eight Beswick Beatrix Potter Figures: Pickels, Cecily Parsley, Tommy Brock, Mr Alderman Ptolemy, Foxy Whiskered Gentleman, Timmy Tiptoes, Pigling Bland, Jemima Puddleduck 50-70
288.    Ten Beswick Beatrix Potter Figures: Tabitha Twitchett, Peter Rabbit, Samuel Whiskers (damaged), Appley Dapply, Ginger, Benjamin Bunny, Mrs Rabbit (chipped), Simpkin, Johnny Town Mouse, Hunca Munca Sweeping 50-70
289.    Three Royal Crown Derby Paperweights: Robin, Kingfisher and Sleeping Lambs; three Coalport Victorian style cottages, another of a church and a temple house 20-30
290.    A pair of 18th century two handled tea/chocolate cups and saucers, with enamelled Kakiemon design of birds in floral branches, possibly Chantilly, cups 7.5cm high 300-400
291.    A purple glass vase, with iridescent finish of cylindrical form 28cm high, unmarked, in the British Studio pottery style 50-80
292.    Various Oriental cups, saucers, plates, etc, some in famille rose colours, (20) 40-50
292A.   A large jade vase and cover with ring handle on four feet, 30cm high 40-60
293.    A pair of Chinese plates depicting clawed dragons in multiple borders, four character marks, 21cm diameter 40-50
294.    A very large Oriental silk parasol with lapis lazuli finial, 92cm long 65-85
295.    A signed wooden Japanese oni devil, 5cm high 30-40
296.    Various modern Chinese dinnerwares, including plates, bowls and spoons, most marked Hong Kong 40-60
297.    A Chinese ceramic figure of a seated mother teaching a boy calligraphy, with a fitted case, 22cm high and a Chinese ceramic figure of a seated lady, with a fitted case, 24cm high (2) 40-60
297A.   A small Cantonese yellow ovi form vase, 10 cm high 10-20
298.    A large Chinese blue and white charger of barbed fish design, with floral shaped border 66cm diameter, restored 80-120
299.    A Chinese bronze and brass fragment three footed censer, with four figure mark, 12cm diameter 6.5cm high 300-400
300.    A Japanese porcelain ginger jar and cover, with internal cover, with floral scroll and lattice design, eight figure mark, 22cm high 40-60
301.    A canteen of cutlery for twelve, by Berghaus, in a fitted briefcase 40-60
302.    A large silver plated meat cover circa 1900, 46cm wide 60-70
303.    A silver plated swing handle basket and an embroidered tray (2)
304.    A plated punch bow and cups 35-40
305.    A sugar sifter and jam pot, a cruet on stand, swing handle basket, all plate 25-30
306.    A canteen of cutlery in mahogany box 40-50
307.    A canteen of cutlery 20-30
308.    A collection of silver plate cutlery to include fish servers in presentation case, etc 30-35
309.    A Cairoware Mamluk revival style brass dish with copper and silver decoration, 1940's, 36cm diameter 15-20
310.    A pair of Arts and Crafts copper Duchess of Sutherland's Cripples Guild rectangular pin trays, both with D.S.C.G. and crown impressed marks, 12.5cm 30-50
311.    A W.A.S. Benson chamber stick, copper flowerhead and brass handle with W.A.S. Benson impressed mark, 18.5cm 30-50
312.    A brass water-lily chamber stick, 24cm 20-30
313.    A W.A.S. Benson copper jug with brass handle, with impressed W.A.S. Benson mark, 17cm 15-20
314.    A miscellaneous lot to include caddy spoon, napkin ring, spoons, plated ewer etc 30-40
315.    A silver plated basket 60-80
316.    A silver plated egg cup on stand 30-40
317.    A silver plated butter dish on stand 15-25
318.    A collection of silver plate to include candelabra, cream jug and sugar bowl on stand, sauceboat, etc 25-35
319.    Two circular trays 15-20
320.    A cocktail shaker, an ice bucket, a swing handle basket, a pair of knife rests 25-35
321.    A small collection of silver cutlery to include serving spoons, tea spoons, mustard spoons and sugar tongs 80-100
322.    A pair of silver salts complete with blue liners 30-40
323.    A Victorian glass and silver spirit flask, as found 30-40
324.    Three leather wallets, a silver photo frame, a small photo album 35-40
325.    A Danish silver spoon by Georg Jensen 60-80
326.    A pair of 19th century silver spectacles 70-80
327.    A silver mounted bedside clock and two plated candle holders together with a three tier copper food carrier, 18cm high, four brass table top easels and a cast brass table mirror 30-50
328.    A silver stamp case, a silver pencil holder, a silver swizel stick, a miniature flour sifter 40-60
329.    A silver cigarette case, a silver toothpick, a silver penknife, etc 80-100
330.    A quantity of scrap silver to include brushes, glass jar, mesh purse, etc 25-35
331.    A silver shoe, a vesta case, four rings, etc 50-70
332.    A silver specimen vase, London 1913 40-50
333.    A silver cream jug with matching sugar bowl with fluted decoration, Birmingham 1975, 200 grams 80-100
334.    A silver brush and comb set with engine turned decoration in original presentation box 40-60
335.    A silver pill box decorated in relief with gilded interior, marked 925 20-30
336.    A silver pill box decorated in relief with gilded interior, marked 925 20-30
337.    Four small trophy cups 'Replica 12 of the Wilcox Challenge Cup Won by W.E. Pitt 1928, 1933, 1934, 1935, 406' Sheffield 1934 405 grams 80-100
338.    A silver egg cup stand with four silver egg cups and spoons, Sheffield 1918, 537 grams 180-200
339.    A pair of sterling silver pepperettes 15-20
340.    A Victorian silver cream jug on three hoof feet, marks rubbed 40-45
341.    A pair of sterling silver ice tongs 30-40
342.    A Victorian silver sugar dredger, having half ribbed decoration, London 1899 60-80
343.    A collection of seventeen silver tea spoons (mixed dates) 80-90
344.    A 1953 Coronation cast silver spirit label 70-100
345.    A Chinese export silver sychee on dish, Zee Zung Shanghai circa 1920, 12cm wide 280-300
346.    A Chinese export silver circular dish with chopstick rests, chased with dragons, 12cm wide 140-150
347.    A Chinese export silver rectangular box, Wang Hing Shanghai circa 1910, with engraved monogram, 11cm wide 180-200
348.    A Chinese export silver pepper pot, with dragon decoration, 7cm high 70-80
349.    A Chinese export silver squat circular pepper pot, with Chinese lettering, 5cm high 45-55
350.    Two Chinese export silver cups, chased with scenes, 7.5cm high 270-300
351.    A Chinese export silver dish or bowl with three dolphin head feet, 12cm diameter 180-200
352.    An Indian colonial silver tankard, Hamilton & Co. Calcutta circa 1850 680-700
353.    A silver two handled trophy, engraved Royal Yacht Squadron Regatta 1934 'Thalassa', 26cm high, on a wood base 400-450
354.    Two silver mesh purses and another 120-180
355.    A silver salver with gadrooned edge on three ball and claw feet, Birmingham 1914, 18oz 150-180
356.    A Queen Victorian double florin 1888 60-80
358.    A collection of five U.S.A. silver dollars 100-150
359.    A Swiss 20 Franc gold coin, 1886 200-250
360.    A George III Bank of England dollar 1804 125-145
361.    A Charles II crown 1662 120-150
362.    Two Victorian crowns 1844 and 1847 100-120
363.    Two Victorian crowns 1889 and 1897 60-80
364.    A collection of mixed coins to include hammered coins, etc 150-200
365.    A shoebox of coins to include commemorative English and foreign coins 40-60
366.    A collection of seven English commemorative coins boxed 40-50
367.    A collection of English coins 15-20
368.    A collection of foreign coins 15-20
369.    A plated Boson's call, two mother of pearl purses and two pocket watches 40-60
370.    A bag of costume jewellery 30-40
371.    Three gold plated frames, a double locket, a ladies 1920's gold watch, a cased photo frame, etc 50-60
372.    Two silver bangles one set with a green stone 20-30
373.    A trio of white metal bangle pendant and ring, all inlaid (possibly Egyptian) 60-80
374.    Two necklaces set with possibly amber beads 30-50
375.    A silver onyx bracelet and a silver pendant 50-70
376.    A collection of five ladies wristwatches and two gents wristwatches 20-25
377.    A collection of five porcelain plaques, all mounted as brooches 80-100
378.    An 18 carat gold ring set with diamonds and a heart shaped red stone (possibly ruby) 80-100
379.    A collection of silver jewellery to include two 9 carat gold rings 60-80
380.    A collection of eight gem set rings mounted in 9 carat gold 200-250
381.    A large collection of costume jewellery 60-80
382.    A small collection of Monet jewellery, a Ciro pearl necklace and a bi metal Seiko gentleman's wristwatch 50-70
383.    A pendant with a shell surmounted with a diamond 80-120
384.    An 18 carat gold knot ring with central diamond 180-220
385.    A collection of three torques 40-60
386.    A silver key wind pocket watch and an E.P.N.S. vesta case 40-50
387.    An agate brooch and matching seal 30-40
388.    A bar brooch in the form of a riding crop, mounted with enamel jockey cap 60-80
389.    A Butler & Wilson necklace and earrings, boxed 30-40
390.    Three silver necklaces, boxed 60-70
391.    Three silver pendants 25-35
392.    Two silver pendants 20-30
393.    A gentleman's 9 carat gold Longines wristwatch with dedication to back cover, the watch having cream dial and gold baton numerals, watch in good working order, with original box 180-200
394.    A 15 carat gold neck chain with T. Bar, 21 grams 300-400
395.    A 9 carat rose gold gate bracelet together with a chased 9 carat gold bangle (some dents) 24 grams 200-300
396.    A collection of jewellery to include two gold back and front lockets, two seals, a cameo, etc 150-180
397.    An 18 carat gold dress ring with diamond set leaves 150-200
398.    A diamond and six stone marquise blue stone ring (possibly sapphires) set in white metal 150-250