Two Day Antique Sale on
Friday 28th & Saturday 29th December 2018

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1.      A collection of blue and white printed wares including three Willow pattern meat plates, a Copeland Spode Tower pattern tureen and cover, etc, together with an unusual tin glazed earthenware basin of shaped oval form with floral decoration, a set of three Rye pottery tankards with striped detail, etc £30-50
2.      A quantity of early 20th century Booths Canterbury pattern blue and white printed dinner wares comprising a pair of tureens and covers, two graduated oval meat plates, 32 plates (3 sizes) etc £30-50
3.      A quantity of French Sarreguemines dinner wares comprising circular serving plate, tureen and cover, oval serving plate, twelve plates and soup plates, etc, together with Ridgeway Windsor pattern blue and printed tea wares, etc £30-50
4.      A quantity of Royal Albert Old Country Roses pattern dinner wares including oval meat plate, pair of oval serving dishes, tureen and cover, sauce boat and stand, eight dinner plates, six side or dessert plates, eight dessert bowls (two sizes) tea pot, milk jug, sugar bowl, preserve pot and cover, cake plate, seven tea cups, eight saucers, ten tea plates, wall clock, cover vase, etc, together with a small quantity of jewellery (displayed in cabinet at end of table) £80-120
5.      A collection of mainly Hammersley & Co Violet printed wares including coffee pot, hot water jug, sugar castor, double ended serving dish, candlestick, cups, saucers, tea plates, etc, together with further ceramics including a pair of Furnivals vases, a majolica comport, a Poole Pottery dish with blue glazed interior, etc £40-60
6.      A collection of Spode blue and white printed Italian pattern wares comprising a
substantial punch bowl with shaped rim, 35cm diameter, a rectangular tureen and cover, square shaped serving dish, oval shaped serving dish, milk jug, six dinner plates, five soup plates, six dessert dishes, four breakfast size cups and four saucers £200-250
7.      A quantity of Royal Doulton Carlyle pattern dinner wares comprising oval meat plate, tureen and cover, sauce boat and stand, eight dinner plates, eight dessert plates, eight side plates, eight cups, eight saucers, milk jug and covered sugar bowl £30-50
8.      A Royal Doulton Golfing Series ware plate, a further Doulton plate showing Sir Francis Drake at Plymouth Hoe, and a blue ground Carltonware bowl with chinoiserie decoration, 32cm diameter approx £30-40
9.      A collection of 19th century Staffordshire wares including a pair of standing greyhounds, a pair of spill vases with applied figures of musicians, a pair of black and white spaniels, a Toby jug, etc, together with an Amherst Japan pattern punch bowl £30-50
10.     A collection of 19th century John Yates tea wares in a blue and gilt colourway, pattern number 1213 comprising seven cups (two shapes) six saucers and a pair of plates £80-100
11.     A pair of blue ground Royal Doulton ewers with reserved floral panels, impressed marks to base number 8841 and initials MB, 31cm tall £30-50
12.     A collection of Beswick animals including a Jersey Bull, Dunsley Coyboy, a Jersey Cow, Newton Tinkle, two donkeys, a brown horse and foal and a ram, together with a 19th century vase with applied figure of a cat, etc £40-60
13.     A quantity of Victorian pale yellow ground tea wares with blossom decoration comprising a pair of cake plates, milk jug, slop bowl, nine cups, twelve saucers and twelve tea plates, together with a pair of carved and pierced shells, inscribed Andaman £25-30
14.     A quantity of 19th century and other majolica wares including a set of six leaf moulded dessert plates with geometric border, similar comport, an oval serving dish, an unusual pot and cover in the form of a sweet corn, a blue ground jug with painted fish and waterweed detail, etc £40-60
15.     A collection of Royal Doulton Kingswood pattern dinner wares, number TC1115 comprising a pair of circular tureens and covers, sauce boat and stand, two oval graduated meat plates, six dinner plates, six dessert plates, six side plates, six soup bowls and six saucers £40-60
16.     A matched pair of Delft blue and white vases and covers, max height 38cm, together with a 19th century Minton's painted tile with humorous painted decoration of a monkey schoolmaster, 20 cm square approx in wooden frame
17.     A collection of Beswick horses including a black Hackney horse (for restoration) a brown horse and brown foal, a further grey recumbent foal and further Beswick animals including a Jersey Cow - Newton Tinkle, hound and three ducks £30-50
18.     A unusual continental charger with painted and incised abstract decoration in the manner of Picasso, with inscribed marks Csala Csal, 34cm diameter £40-60
19.     A collection of Royal Albert Old Country Roses pattern wares comprising three tier stand, tea pot, cake plate, milk jug, two sugar bowls, rectangular sandwich tray, eight cups, eight saucers and six tea plates, etc £100-120
20.     A collection of Wedgwood Harvest Festival pattern dinner wares, designed by Eric Ravilious, comprising two graduated oval meat plates, eight dinner sized plates, twelve soup plates and one further plate £60-80
21.     A collection of continental ceramic figure groups including The Three Graces, a pair of musicians, etc, together with a collection of decorative eggs in ceramic, glass, metalware, etc £30-50
22.     A collection of Booths Real Old Willow pattern wares including tea pot, two milk jugs, sugar bowl, eight circular dishes, fourteen cups, sixteen saucers, twelve tea plates, etc £40-60
23.     A collection of Clarice Cliff Newport pottery art deco dinner wares with orange and brown graduated banded decoration, comprising a tureen and cover and further tureen base, two circular stands, sauce boat, 10 plates (two sizes) together with further similar Clarice Cliff Bizarre dinner wares comprising two oval meat plates and four soup plates, etc £40-60
24.     A collection of character tea pots including Beswick Dickensian examples, Manx Man example, etc, together with a treacle glazed Toby and a similar Price Kensington tea pot, etc £30-50
25.     A collection of Royal Albert Val D'or pattern white and gilt dinner wares including a tureen and cover and further tureen base, sauce boat and stand, two oval meat plates, two oval serving dishes, coffee pot, thirty eight plates and bowls of various size, etc £40-60
26.     A quantity of various novelty tea pots including animals and birds, an example modelled as a canon marked Belisha to base, a green glazed example modelled as a tank, etc £30-50
27.     A quantity of Crown Staffordshire art deco tea wares with polychrome painted garden decoration including tea pot, hot water jug, muffin dish and cover, small toast rack, various cake serving plates, etc £30-50
28.     A collection of 19th century Davenport miniature child's dinner wares with green painted combed border decoration comprising tureen and cover, six oval graduated serving plates and nineteen plates and soup plates, etc £100-120
29.     A 19th century Minton's majolica tea pot and cover in the from of an oriental male character, with impressed mark to base and numbers 838 19cm long approx, together with a further 19th century majolica tea pot and cover in the Minton manner in the form of an oriental style boy climbing on an outsized nut, 19cm approx £60-80
30.     A Beswick figure of a black jacketed huntswoman on a brown horse, a Beswick figure of a red jacketed huntsman also on a brown horse, together with two hounds £250-300
31.     A six place Heathcote china art deco tea service comprising cake plate, milk jug, two sugar/slop bowls, six cups, six saucers and six tea plates, together with a Wedgwood Angela pattern coffee service comprising coffee pot, milk jug, sugar bowl, covered bowl, six cups and six saucers £30-50
32.     A 19th century continental ceramic mirror frame of oval form with beaded and floral encrusted detail, 32 cm £30-50
33.     A 19th century continental two sectional ceramic lamp base with applied figures of four cherubs and encrusted floral detail and under glazed blue crossed mark to base, height including fitting 30 cm approx £30-50
34.     A 19th century Copeland parianware figure of Rebekah, with impressed title to front and impressed mark to reverse of base, 47 cm tall approx £50-80
35.     A quantity of Leighton pottery Art Deco dinner wares with green geometric decoration comprising a pair of covered tureens, a sauce tureen, ladle and stand, two graduated meat plates, a pair of further oval serving dishes, condiment set and 24 plates (3 sizes) £40-60
36.     A graduated set of three Falconware wall plaques in the form of mallards in flight, maximum length 29 cm £30-40
37.     A collection of 19th century Belleek Neptune shape teawares with green tinted borders comprising a teapot, milk jug, sugar bowl, pair of cake plates, two cups, four saucers and six tea plates, with black printed marks to base £50-80
38.     A collection of 19th century Belleek Neptune shape teawares with pink tinted borders comprising teapot, milk jug, sugar bowl, two cups and four saucers, etc, with black printed marks to base £40-60
39.     A 19th century Meissen type yellow ground standish with painted reserve panels in the Watteauesque manner and comprising a rectangular tray, 28 cm long approx together with a pounce pot and an inkwell, with blue crossed swords marks to base £80-100
40.     A collection of late 18th and early 19th century teawares comprising a continental cup and saucer in the Meissen manner with puce and gilt painted chinoiserie style flowering detail and crossed swords marks to base, a Worcester type dark blue ground cup and saucer with reserve panels showing exotic birds and with crescent mark to base of cup, a Worcester type tea bowl with painted blue and white floral and insect decoration 11.5 cm diameter, etc £40-60
41.     A relief moulded Beswick ware jug - The Merry Wives of Windsor, 20 cm high approx, together with a Fieldings Crown Devon relief moulded Widdicombe Fair jug £50-70
42.     Two Royal Doulton figures - Shirley HN2702 and Sunday Best HN2698 £20-25
43.     A collection of Wedgwood black basalt wares in the Egyptian manner including black and red examples comprising vase and four trinket boxes of various size and shape, together with example with applied gilt detail comprising six trinket boxes and covers of various size or shape (11) £30-50
44.     A collection of Poole pottery red ground wares with coloured abstract decoration comprising a bowl with curved rim, 23cm diameter, a vase of ovoid form with stylized leaf detail, 19cm approx, together with a dish, 26cm diameter approx (3) £40-60
45.     A pair of substantial Poole Pottery vases with flared necks and abstract glazed decoration in red, orange and turquoise with printed dolphin mark to base, 44cm tall £80-100
46.     Three Royal Worcester figures modelled by F G Doughty - January 3452, October - 3417 and December - 3458, together with three Royal Doulton Disney Princesses series figures - Sleeping Beauty DP2 (boxed), Belle DP3 and Snow White DP5 £40-60
47.     A 19th century continental Meissen type two sectional basket of fluted form with blue and white stylised floral decoration and cross swords mark to base, 27cm long approx, a similar pierced basket of circular form, 23cm diameter approx, a Brown, Westhead, Moore & Co Meissen patterned dish and cover, etc, together with a late 19th century Japanese charger with blue and white painted bird and flowering tree decoration (for restoration) 46cm diameter approx (7) £60-80
48.     An oriental vase and cover with famille vert painted pheasant and flowering tree decoration, 38cm tall, together with a further oriental vase and cover with brick red, green and blue painted decoration incorporating mythical birds, flowering plants, etc, 41cm approx, also together with two oriental bowls with painted floral detail, max diameter 23cm approx (4) £80-120
49.     An oriental pottery model of a white cockerel, raised on a pierced base, 36cm tall £25-30
50.     A 19th century oriental ginger jar and cover with blue and white painted prunus blossom decoration with six character mark to base, 25cm tall approx, an oriental lamp base of globular form with painted and gilded mythical beast and floral detail, raised on a pierced wooden base with brass fittings, 28cm tall approx total size, also together with a 19th century oriental famille rose bowl with floral detail, diameter 20cm (3) £80-120
56.     A 19th century Imari bowl, 31 cm diameter, together with a pair of oriental polychrome painted cylindrical boxes and covers and a late 19th century Satsuma type vase with painted sparrow and foliage detail, 25 cm tall (4) £30-50
57.     A pair of Chinese blue and white vases and covers in the Kangxtu manner of globular form with painted decoration of flowering branches, the handles in the form of stalks, 35 cm £150-250
58.     A 19th century blue ground oriental vase of baluster shaped form with polychrome painted prunus blossom and landscape decoration and with painted four character marks to base, 31 cm high £40-60
59.     A collection of oriental ceramics including a pair of, probably, Japanese blue and white plates with marine decoration, a 19th century oriental vase and cover with famille vert decoration of flowering plants, rocks, etc, six character mark to base 17 cm high, a further vase painted with scholars and other figures, a 19th century Chinese plate with blue and white landscape decoration etc (6) £50-80
60.     A collection of late 18th and 19th century oriental and other ceramics including a famille rose plate, a blue and white bowl with blue character mark to base, 12 cm diameter approx, two chinoiserie blue and white tea bowls and a similar saucer, a wrythen moulded tea bowl, set of four coffee cans with cornflower sprig detail, a figure of a boy and dog (for restoration) etc £30-50
61.     A 20th century oriental four sided lamp base with prunus blossom and text detail 52 cm high including fittings £25-30
62.     A collection of mainly oriental ceramics including a blue and white vase with painted leaf decoration, four character mark to base, two further moon type flasks, a blue and white bowl, a beaker with polychrome decoration, etc, together with a 19th century majolica teapot with moulded bird detail and two earthenware vessels with cream slip detail £50-80
63.     A rare pair of Clarice Cliff Bizarre low candlesticks of circular form with painted stripe and leaf decoration in tones of brown, orange and yellow and with printed marks to base, 8 cm tall approx £40-60
64.     An unusual late 19th century continental majolica chamber stick modelled as a two sided bird and with impressed numbers 32 and incised numbers 11806 to base, height 17 cm approx £150-200
65.     Two small Royal Doulton character jugs Scaramouche D6561 and The Mikado £30-40
66.     Two small Royal Doulton character jugs - Gulliver D6563 and Gladiator D6553 £30-50
67.     A pair of early 20th century Satsuma vases of shouldered form with pierced handles and painted and gilded panels incorporating figures, landscapes, etc, with black and gilt seal marks to base, 13cm tall £40-60
70.     A 19th century continental Meissen type standish with reserved painted panels of harbour scenes, further chinoiserie figure decoration and floral sprigs and sprays, comprising a rectangular tray, 21 cm long, a lidded inkwell and a pounce pot, all pieces with AR monogram to base £90-120
71.     A pair of miniature ceramic brogues, naturalistically modelled and with shoe laces, 13 cm long approx £25-30
72.     A small 19th century oriental bowl of flared form with polychrome painted warrior and framed text detail with red painted mark to base, 6.5 cm diameter approx £40-60
73.     A collection of three miniature Royal Doulton character jugs Scaramouche D6564, Gondolier and Ugly Duchess £30-50
74.     A collection of Beswick Beatrix Potter figures comprising Mrs Rabbit, Old Mr Brown and The Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe, together with a Royal Albert Foxy Reading, also together with a Royal Crown Derby paperweight - West Highland Terrier £30-50
75.     19th century Berlin type porcelain plaque of rectangular form with painted decoration of the Madonna and Child, 20 x 14.5cm approx, in decorative pierced gilt frame £50-80
85.     A substantial late 19th century oriental vase of shouldered form with blue and white painted flowering tree and bird decoration, 61 cm tall approx £50-80
86.     A substantial art deco Poole Pottery vase designed by John Adams with pale green glaze and with two cream glazed handles modelled as doves with further scrolling detail with impressed rectangular mark to base and impressed number 238, 38cm tall £80-100
87.     A German Parian type figure of a cherub holding grapes, raised on a stand of scrolling form, 63cm tall approx total £40-60
88.     A collection of ceramics including Victorian Summer Flowers pattern dessert wares, a Lladro model of a dove, a continental white glazed model of a bear, a pair of small 19th century Staffordshire spaniels, a Royal Worcester Cabinet cup with painted fruit detail to the interior signed K Martin, etc £30-50
89.     A collection of mainly 19th century ceramics including blue and white printed tea wares, further Victorian tea wares with printed and infilled floral decoration, a Derby type two handled vase (for restoration) crested wares, etc £30-40
90.     A quantity of TG Green and other blue and white banded Cornish kitchen wares including eight jugs, flower dredger, condiments, plates and bowls, etc £50-80
91.     A Wemyss tray of heart shaped form with painted pink rose detail, impressed mark to base, 31cm max £150-200
92.     A pair of Royal Worcester plates with printed and infilled landscape scenes of Tewkesbury signed GH Evans and Oystermouth Castle, signed J Nisbett, 28cm diameter £25-30
93.     A group of three Rye pottery figures from the Canterbury Tales - The Wife of Bath, The Nun Prioress and The Knight £20-25
94.     An unusual cream ground studio pottery bowl with polychrome painted bird, sun and flower decoration, with incised signature to base, Kenneth Perks, inscribed number 53, 24cm diameter £30-50
95.     A collection of Goebel Hummel Nativity figures including Mary, Baby Jesus, three angel musicians, a figure with lantern and shepherds crook, etc £40-60
96.     A Wemyss ware heart shaped tray with painted decoration of a box of Bryant & May matches and a pair of curling tongs, 31 cm long max approx, with impressed and printed marks to reverse £150-200
97.     A collection of Goebel Hummel wares comprising a boxed sister perpetual calendar, a wall pocket and four figures £30-50
98.     A collection of middle eastern pottery wares with blue and turquoise glazed finish comprising a pair of bowls, 14cm diameter and four small plates, 18cm diameter, together with 9 plates and 4 shallow dishes of Haviland & Co (Limoges) china £50-80
99.     A Royal Worcester dessert plate with painted decoration of blackgame in landscape setting, signed WH Austin, with pink printed mark to reverse, 22cm approx, together with two further Royal Worcester plates, one in the Royal Lily pattern, the other showing chaffinches on May blossom £30-50
100.    A collection of Coalport Snowman wares comprising Penguin Pals, My Best Friends (all boxed) together with a Christmas Friends glitter globe £40-60
101.    A Doulton Lambeth stoneware tankard commemorating William Gladstone, with printed portrait and text and with impressed mark to base and numbers 4200, 19cm tall approx, together with a Royal Worcester flat back jug with painted pink rose decoration, puce printed mark to base number 1094, 11cm, also together with a late 19th century Brownfield biscuit barrel with plated mount and handle £40-60
102.    A collection of four Coalport Snowman collection - Cowboy Jig, Treading The Boards, Dance The Night Away and Pulling a Cracker, (all boxed) £40-60
103.    A collection of Royal Albert Old Country Roses pattern wares comprising a two tier cake stand, tea pot, dessert serving bowl, six dinner plates, milk jug, sugar bowl, etc, together with a collection of Royal Albert Sweet Violet pattern tea wares including seven cups, seven saucers and six tea plates £60-80
104.    A small collection of 19th century Staffordshire pottery wares including a spill vase with applied figure of a milkmaid and cow, a pair of highland figures sheltering underneath an umbrella, etc, together with - 20th century school, The Best Looking Pixie - Town competition, gouache illustration with Penzance gallery label verso, 26 x 17cm, framed £20-25
105.    A collection of Shelley Columbia pattern tea wares comprising milk jug, sugar bowl, cake plate, six cups, six saucers, six tea plates and six side plates £30-50
106.    A collection of ceramics including a Wedgwood Jasperware lilac ground bowl, a Spode Italian pattern blue and white printed meat plate, a Spode Ship Albus pattern meat plate, and a collection of Poole pottery Fleurie pattern art nouveau style wares comprising jug, bowl, candlestick, heart shaped box and vase, etc £30-50
107.    A very large quantity of mixed ceramics to include a pair of Portmeirion Botanic Garden candlesticks, a collection of Royal Worcester porcelain egg coddlers of varying design, a Wedgwood Summer Sky part dinner service, various 19th century dinner and tea wares, together with a collection glassware to include marbles, etc £40-80
109.    An extensive collection of ceramics including Wedgwood Cornel dinner and tea wares, Crown Staffordshire blue and gilt tea wares, Royal Worcester Evesham pattern oven to table wares, Victorian tea with painted floral decoration, etc £30-50
110.    A collection of Portmeirion Botanic Garden wares comprising lidded storage jars, circular bowl, two graduated oval dishes, jug, etc, together with further ceramics including a studio pottery vase with painted mark Cox to base and inscribed Cranesbill, a collection of Paragon china Belinda pattern tea wares, etc, together with two volumes of Botanical Gardens by Roger Phillips and Martyn Ria £50-80
111.    A collection of Italian white ground decorative ceramics with painted brown and yellow floral bulrush detail comprising a large two handled vase and cover, 62cm tall approx, a further pair of lidded fluted vases, 49cm approx and two, two handled tureens, covers and stands £30-50
112.    A collection of Masons Mandalay pattern wares including a table lamp base, 45cm total, a vase, 31cm and a further hexagonal vase, 26cm approx, etc, together with a framed panel comprising six tiles in the Minton manner with peacock design, frame size 45 x 60cm, a Chamberlains Worcester dessert plate, a pair of dessert dishes with floral detail, a pair of Carltonware ginger jars and covers with chinoiserie decoration, a collection of Wade tortoises, a box and cover in the form of a crab, etc £50-80
113.    A collection of Royal Albert Crown China blue and white printed tea wares comprising cake plate, slop bowl, six cups, six saucers and six tea plates, together with a pair of silver plated grape scissors with moulded fruiting vine detail £20-25
114.    A six place Portmeirion black ground Phoenix pattern coffee set including coffee pot, milk jug, sugar bowl, six cups and six saucers £50-80
115.    A collection of ceramics including a late 19th century Wedgwood blue and white printed vase and cover with floral detail, 25cm, a tiny Royal Doulton character jug - Fat Boy, together with further character jugs, an Emma Bridgewater mug - A present for a Good Girl, 7cm tall and a small collection of Victorian turned ivory wares, etc £20-25
116.    A 19th century Amherst Japan bowl, three 19th century blue and white printed Willow pattern meat plates, a pair of reproduction oriental vases, etc £20-25
117.    A pair of Royal Doulton Slaters vases with drawn necks and orange coloured glaze, 42cm tall, together with a quantity of novelty tea pots including an example in the form of Father Christmas, examples in the form of cottages, crinoline ladies, etc £30-50
118.    A collection of 19th century and other ceramics including green glazed majolica relief moulded dessert wares, a Staffordshire red and white spaniel, a further spaniel, a continental figure of a fruit seller, a pair of Grimwades Ripon pattern vases, etc £30-50
119.    A quantity of Portmeirion Pomona pattern wares including a dessert bowl and four dishes, six dessert plates, four side plates, five dinner plates, etc, also together with a collection of Portmeirion Parian jugs of various design (13) £40-60
120.    An interesting pair of early 20th century polychrome painted tiled panels, each comprising twelve tiles 15cm square forming Dutch style interior scenes with mother and child, child and a goat, etc with painted marks P in a bottle shaped surround and with further mark Delft, in oak frames, 62 x 77cm max overall size £50-80
121.    A collection of decorative vases including a George Jones & Sons Crescent china blue ground example, 32cm tall, a Bisto Aztec ware lustred example, 30cm tall, a two handled example with blue and brown mottled glaze, etc, £30-50
122.    A collection of 19th century dessert wares with pink floral printed and infilled decoration comprising high comport, low comport and six plates, together with two 19th century floral decorated mugs, two Royal Doulton character jugs, the Cavalier and Pickwick, etc £20-30
123.    A collection of various decorative ceramic models of chickens and other poultry including egg basket in the form of a black and white hen on nest, together with a silver plated coffee pot, a 19th century silver plated mould of hexagonal form, etc. a pair of continental figures of a boy and girl in 18th century style costume with baskets of fruit and flowers, etc £80-100
124.    A collection of Aynsley red and gilt dinner and tea wares including a pair of cake plates, a pair of milk jugs, two sugar bowls, etc, together with further ceramics including Masons Regency pattern wares, Chapman blue and white printed tea wares, etc £25-30
125.    A collection of oriental and other ceramics including eggshell porcelain tea wares, a 19th century tin glazed earthenware plate, a collection of miniature ceramic shoes, etc £25-30
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127.    NO LOT
128.    A mixed collection of silver plated and glassware to include a cruet bottle stand with various cut glass vessels, a pair of cut glass candlesticks, various antique bottles, cast brass wall bell with bracket and others £30-50
129.    Three Swedish glass paperweights etched with heron, eagle and avocet, signed to base (3) £30-50
130.    A mixed collection of cranberry glassware to include a cranberry decanter with banded neck and etched bowl, with silver applied stopper, further cranberry glass sweetmeat dish within a silver plated sleeve and four others (6) £30-50
131.    Two similar cut glass dishes to include an oval hobnail cut glass pedestal bowl upon a star cut base together with similar fruit bowl, 18cm and 10cm respectively (2) £30-50
132.    Geoffrey Baxter for Whitefriars, Tangerine vase, 19cm high £40-60
133.    Four various good quality decanters to include a faceted waisted example, 37cm high £40-60
134.    Two Murano glass clowns, 32cm and 18cm high respectively (2) £30-50
135.    A collection of green glass ware to include three bottle lidded decanters, a flared glass vase, a decanter type bottle and a further piece of carnival glass (6) £30-50
136.    A collection of good glass decanters to include examples with white metal mounts, the largest 33cm high upon a lacquered tray (8) £50-80
137.    Early 20th century oak and metal strap work three bottle tantalus, with two hinged doors and a frieze drawer, 32cm wide £50-80
138.    A mixed collection of glassware to include amethyst cameo type glass pot, decorated with a classical scene of dancing figures, together with two mottled glass witches balls, together with a blue glass rolling pin (4) £100-150
139.    A large mixed collection of mainly cut glass to include a ships decanter, fruit bowl, various champagnes and others £50-80
140.    A set of eight Atlantis crystal wine glasses together with a further graduated set of eight (16) £50-80
141.    Continental citrine glass dish decorated in relief with fish, 31cm diameter, together with a further art glass vase (2) £30-50
142.    Venetian glass twin handled goblet with gilt highlights together with a further Venetian lidded candy jar with floral overlay; together with various further glassware to include goblets, fruit bowls, etc and a small number of silver plated items £50-80
143.    A large collection of various glasses to include rummers, brandy glasses; together with a Staffordshire figure and others, etc £20-40
144.    A collection of Edwardian and later cut glass to include six grapefruit dishes, eight finger bowls, seven side dishes, together with numerous drinking glasses twelve Worcester floral plates, six Shelley soup bowls and saucers, fish cutlery , etc £40-60
145.    Four various glass paperweights, together with a further hobnail cut glass pedestal bowl on stepped square base and further green glass vase with silver overlay (6) £30-50
146.    A collection of various glass paperweights to include Caithness and others (9) £60-100
147.    A pair of bottle neck lidded decanters with cut glass bowls, together with a further square cut example upon a twin handled silver plated tray (4) £30-50
148.    A collection of various antique and later green glass goblets (8) £150-200
149.    A collection of six various green glass finger bowls to include an example with gilt highlights and Greek key band (6) £120-140
150.    A large collection of various coloured glassware to include a Venetian glass scent bottle, various blue glass vases and others £30-50
151.    A large collection of various studio glass and others to include paperweight in the form of a fish, a glass fondue set, three art glass vases on twisted blue glass stems, a Murano glass blackamore and others £40-60
152.    A collection of Stewart Crystal Arundel glasses together with further glassware £60-100
153.    A mixed collection of various glassware to include cut glass lidded scent jars, goblets etc £20-40
154.    A collection of various 19th century and later vaseline type ribboned dishes and saucers, in blues, pinks and greens £80-120
155.    A large quantity of Royal Doulton crystal glasses to include goblets of various sizes and others £50-80
156.    A mixed collection of various glassware to include cut glass vases, fruit bowls, a vintage ice bucket and others £40-60
157.    Two boxes containing a large collection of glassware to include two good cut glass baskets, lemonade jug, decanters, together with further other glassware £40-60
158.    Galle cameo glass baluster vase with typical floral relief decoration, 9cm high £50-80
159.    Interesting 19th century Bohemian cranberry goblet raised on a scalloped base with etched alternating circualr scenes of buildings andf flowers with notations, 12.5cm high £100-150
160.    A good mixed lot of ceramics and glass to include a cased Royal Worcester tea service comprising six cups and saucers, each decorated with a floral spray, a Shelley drainer dish, and art glass vase, various treen and others £40-60
161.    A mixed collection of antique and later pewter to include three tankards, a lidded baluster jug, a cricket chamber stick and others £40-60
162.    Three pieces of art deco silver plate, to include a large octagonal tray, a lidded muffin dish and a basket (3) £10-20
163.    Turned ebony mallet with silver plated plaque inscribed "Offley Wesleyan Chapel, November 25th 1886, Harry Blundell Esq, Mayor of Luton" 20cm high £30-50
164.    A good collection of continental white metal to include a twin handled warming dish with cast twin handles and feet, together with a further continental quaiche/porringer, marked with a V & S flanking a galleon, number 16, further quality cream jug and kettle (5) £30-50
165.    Arts and crafts cast aluminium and brass strap work casket with copper rivets and hinged lid; together with an art nouveau green glass decanter and three goblets and a pair of Danish pewter dishes mounted by birds (7) £40-60
166.    A collection of novelty silver plated items, to include three table salts in the form of dogs next to dog dishes, together with a novelty toast rack in the form of crossed golf clubs (4) £50-80
167.    A mixed collection of silver plated items to include a baluster tankard, wine coaster, various tea wares, etc £40-60
168.    Mahogany cased mother of pearl handled silver plated canteen of cutlery, in two layers twelve knives and twelve forks £50-80
169.    Good quality antique Sheffield plated cloche/meat cover with campana urn finial, 30 cm long; together with a silver plated soup ladle and a collection of antique steel bladed bone handled knives £40-60
170.    A mixed collection of silver and silver plate to include flatwares and tea wares; together with a further silver lidded powder pot (behind cabinets) £40-60
171.    A good regency style faceted four piece tea service, together with further silver plated tea wares £40-60
172.    A good collection of silver plate to include a lancet toast rack, a twin decanter and stopper set, a cased three piece cruet set and others £50-80
173.    A large collection of silver plated Kings pattern flatware £30-50
174.    Mahogany cased canteen of cutlery with stylised Art Nouveau type handles, the box 42 cm long
175.    Flame mahogany cased part canteen of cutlery with beaded handle £50-80
176.    Art deco four piece faceted silver plated tea service together with a further silver plated salver £40-60
177.    Oak part cased canteen of cutlery together with further silver plated flatware and others £30-50
178.    Oak part fitted canteen of cutlery, together with a further collection of silver plated items to include tea wares and flatwares £30-50
179.    A good collection of English and continental silver plated items to include a three branch Corinthian column candelabra, two platters, teawares, etc £50-80
180.    Two boxes containing a variety of silver plated items to include entree dishes, cocktail shaker, salvers, together with boxed flatware, etc £50-80
181.    Two stylish continental four piece tea services, each with its own tray £60-100
182.    A box containing a collection of silver plated items to include three twin branch candelabra, tea wares, etc £60-100
183.    Good quality 19th century silver plated and cranberry glass bottle cruet stand, the lobed stand fitted with six star cut cranberry bottles, each with prismatic stoppers, with carrying handle and cast scallop shell feet, 30cm high £50-80
184.    Silver plated wrythen fluted ovoid jug, cast with acanthus leaf, 22cm high; together with a further silver plated scuttle, shovel and fish serving knife (3) £20-40
185.    Box of silver plated items to include teawares, toast rack etc £30-50
186.    W A Rogers - Pair of silver plated candlesticks of lobed baluster form, 21cm high £40-60
191.    1950s silver engine turned cigarette case, with monogram, the concealed push hinge enclosing a gilt interior, maker GHR, Birmingham 1959, 13cm long, 7oz approx £50-80
192.    Impressive Victorian silver tobacco tin, the hinged lid decorated in relief with a rural sporting scene with figures and animals beneath trees, maker BB, London, 1884, 14cm wide, 8oz approx £200-300
193.    Three silver ashtrays, 6oz approx £40-60
194.    Edwardian silver wine funnel with scallop shell thumb piece and engraved with a crest of a lighthouse on choppy waters, Sheffield 1908, 15cm long, 5oz approx £100-150
195.    Silver royal commemorative 1977 silver jubilee pedestal dish, together with a further silver pedestal bonbon dish, 5oz approx; together with a turned mahogany and silver candle snuffer (3) £50-80
196.    Edwardian silver hip shaped cigarette case, together with a further silver pin tray, 4oz approx; also together with a further silver handled shoe horn (3) £30-50
197.    Silver cased perpetual desk calendar, 6cm high; together with a collection of further silver wares, comprising three silver lidded glass jars, an eastern silver pill box and others £30-50
198.    Set of six silver coffee spoons, 1.5oz approx, together with a further set of twelve Japanese gilt metal teaspoons (18) £30-50
199.    Interesting continental white metal hinged bangle with twin rams head decoration, 8cm diameter approx, 1.5oz approx £50-80
200.    1950s teething ring with a silver charm in the form of a Queens guard in a Buzby, maker WHC, 10cm long in total £30-50
201.    Eastern white metal brooch in the form of a Jambiya dagger fitted with a turquoise cabochon, 7cm long £30-50
202.    Pair of Edwardian silver oval salts with pierced geometric decoration, together with a further silver baluster pepper and a silver salt spoon £40-60
203.    Two Victorian rectangular plaques showing the stages of manufacture for the lid of a box, each in relief with a sporting scene from a 19th century silversmiths workshop, 9cm long (2) £50-80
204.    Eastern white metal five piece cruet comprising three peppers and two salts, each with embossed scrolled foliage, marked T85 to base (5) £40-60
205.    Continental '800' silver box and cover, embossed with cherubs monuments and scrolled foliage, inscribed mark to base, 8cm high, 6.5oz approx £80-120
206.    Eastern filigree silver snuff box with various scrolled paisley and floral patterns, the hinged lid enclosing a part gilt interior, 10cm wide, 3.5oz approx £50-80
207.    Cased set of six silver cocktail sticks, each mounted by a cockerel, the case 11cm wide £30-50
208.    Fine Chinese silver pedestal dish, the bowl embossed with a coiled dragon amidst clouds upon a hammered finish, 13cm diameter, 7.5oz approx £100-200
209.    Continental 800 silver fish serving pair within original box, the knife blade pierced with a coiled fish and scrolled acanthus, both handles cast with maiden heads and further foliage, the box inscribed 'F. Muller, Bijoutier-Orfevre, Geneve', the box 29cm long £50-80
210.    Continental 925 silver and leather travelling spirit burner, used for crimping tongs, the interior fitted with hinged compartments and raised brackets, 9cm long when closed £40-80
211.    Cased set of six 925 silver and guilloche enamel coffee spoons, in blue, the case 15cm wide £40-80
212.    Edwardian silver novelty pin cushion in the form of a standing elephant, maker Boots Pure Drug Co, Birmingham, 1905, 6cm high £60-100
213.    Victorian silver handled tortoiseshell page turner, the silver handle with scallop shell and scrolled decoration, 34cm wide £50-80
214.    A collection of dressing set items to include seven silver lidded glass jars and one other (8) £40-60
215.    Early 20th century silver hip shaped card case engraved with scrolled acanthus, together with a further early 20th century vesta case and other vesta case by Sampson Mordon & Co (3) £50-80
216.    Edwardian silver cigarette case engraved with scrolled acanthus, maker WH, Birmingham 1903, 9cm long; together with a further engine turned silver compact (2) £50-80
217.    Pair of art deco style twin handle quaiche dishes, maker D & F, Birmingham, 1946, 12cm diameter, 3.5oz approx; together with five further silver plated wine tasting dishes (7) £40-80
218.    A mixed collection of silver to include a pierced silver dish sleeve, embossed silver cream jug, three napkin rings and a silver mustard spoon; together with two silver plated salts (8) £40-60
219.    Continental white metal dressing brush, the top embossed with an interior tavern scene with figures, 11cm long; together with a further dressing brush with inscription Goodrich Solid Motor Tyre (2) £30-50
220.    Continental 800 silver seven piece teaspoon suite comprising six spoons and sugar nips, with novelty deer hoof handles, within a presentation box £40-60
221.    Impressive mid-19th century silver four piece tea service, engraved with scrolled acanthus and blank cartouche, maker Henry Wilkinson & Co, London 1854, the water pot 25cm high, 76oz approx £500-800
222.    1920s silver five piece tea service of faceted baluster form comprising tea pot, water pot, milk jug, sucrier and spirit kettle on stand, maker HA, Sheffield 1927/28, the spirit kettle 29cm high approx, 100oz approx £800-1200
223.    Art deco four piece silver tea service comprising tea pot, water pot, milk jug and sucrier, maker Cooper Brothers & Sons Ltd, 1940, the water pot 20cm high, 59oz approx £300-500
224.    Early 20th century arts and crafts silver twin handled pedestal bowl, with leaf decoration and stylised handles, maker and date marks rubbed, inscribed Terry & Co to base, 29cm wide, 18oz approx £150-200
225.    1920s silver twin handled dish, inscribed 'South and West Wilts Point to Point 1923, 1st Prize Light Weight Farmers Race, Won by Mr C Ricketts "Limerick" ', Chester silver, hallmarks rubbed, 30cm wide, 14.5oz approx £100-200
226.    Edwardian silver pedestal fruit bowl, embossed with rococo bands, maker RP, London 1907, 20cm diameter, 16oz approx £250-300
227.    Cased set of twelve Victorian silver gilt berry spoons, maker CB, London, 1883, each 13cm long, 7.5 oz approx £300-400
228.    Pair of eastern white metal pedestal dishes, each embossed with a band of wild animals, 8oz approx £30-50
229.    Eastern silver pedestal bonbon dish with wavy rim and embossed decoration; together with a further silver chain purse and silver plated tazza (3) £30-50
230.    Mixed collection of silver to include a toast rack of small proportions, a hinged bangle, three spoons and a cased set of silver handled fruit knives £30-50
231.    1920s engine turned silver cedar lined cigarette box, with chequer board decoration, the hinged lid enclosing a segmented interior, maker C & R C, London 1926, 20cm long £40-60
232.    Cased three piece silver cruet set, maker AC & S Ltd, London, 1963, the case 21cm long £40-60
233.    Victorian silver christening/tankard engraved with Celtic motifs, maker GMJ, London 1883, 9cm high; together with a Victorian silver goblet with gilt interior, engraved with a scrolled floral band, maker J E B W J, London, 1869, 10.5oz approx £80-120
234.    Silver plant pot with gadrooned rim and foot rim, 12cm diameter, 11oz approx £80-120
235.    A collection of foreign white metal items to include two large bowls, ashtray embossed with a deer and further globular lidded dish (4) £50-80
236.    Two cased three piece silver cruets both with blue glass liners, one in the Georgian style, the other with circular pierced decorations, both in original boxes £80-120
237.    Continental '800' silver salver/plate, with lobed rim, 22oz approx £100-200
238.    A box containing various silver and glass scent bottles/decanters (11) together with a cased pair of silver salts, with a single spoon £50-80
239.    A mixed collection of silverware to include a pair of dwarf candlesticks, silver lidded cut glass bottle, vesta case, lidded cut glass salt and silver handled fish serving cutlery £60-100
240.    A mixed collection of silver to include a silver dressing mirror, silver handled glove stretchers, silver handled cake slice, two silver sugar nips, silver and tortoiseshell dressing brush and three decanter labels £60-80
241.    A mixed collection of silver items to include a silver ink standish, silver dressing brush, silver topped comb, silver bonbon dish, silver lidded sent jar and continental white metal sifter spoon £50-80
242.    A mixed collection of silver and bijouterie to include small silver purse, silver pickle fork, two silver barrel salt and peppers, silver cigarette holders; together with a brize fan, Chinese tortoiseshell page turner with chinoiserie overlay and others £50-80
243.    Early 20th century continental '800' silver bonbon dish with pierced wreath band to the rim, together with further continental silver and glass salts with spoons and two silver handled lace hooks (7) £50-80
244.    Antique Irish silver cream jug, with cabriole hoof feet with S scroll handle, hallmarks worn, 13cm long, 4oz approx; together with a further Mappin & Webb silver plated example (2) £40-60
245.    American sterling silver beaker, with gadrooned rim and foot rim, inscribed to base 'Mark J Scearce Shelbyville, Kentucky', 10cm high; together with Edwardian silver pin tray embossed with a floral spray with raised scrolled borders, 15cm long, 6oz approx £60-100
246.    A mixed collection of cruet items to include a pair of late 19th century silver salts with pierced sides and blue glass liners together with a further silver lidded mustard and spoon and faceted baluster pepper (4) £40-60
247.    A mixed collection of white metal items to include a silver guilloche enamel lidded pot, the hinged lid decorated with a floral spray; together with six white metal place settings/menu holders in the form of wild game and six white metal scallop shell salts with gilt interiors (13) £60-100
248.    Silver cigarette case together with two silver vesta cases, 4oz approx £40-60
249.    A mixed collection of silver to include four faceted boat shaped silver salts and spoons, six various napkin rings and two scallop shell salts, 9oz approx £60-100
250.    Eastern white metal and enamelled silver compact, together with two white metal stirrups (3) £40-60
251.    Interesting antique silver christening mug, with gadrooned bands and inscribed Jonathan, hallmarks rubbed, 8cm high, 4oz approx £50-80
252.    Interesting cast metal hedgehog cocktail stick holder, 7cm long £30-50
253.    Victorian lobed and embossed silver sucrier and milk jug, 6oz approx £80-120
254.    Pair of Georgian style silver cream jugs/gravy boats, 16cm wide, 8.5oz approx £80-120
255.    Pair of Indian silver novelty trinket dishes in the form of animals, one a pig, the other a dragon, 9cm long, 3.5oz approx £40-60
256.    Set of four silver pin dishes, 10cm diameter, 8.5oz approx £60-100
257.    Silver square baluster castor together with a collection of silver flatware, 11oz approx £80-120
258.    Pair of art deco silver ashtrays together with a further ashtray (3) £50-80
259.    A small quantity of silver flatware to include a collection of fiddle pattern spoons, sugar nips and a pair of silver cuff links £40-60
260.    Mahogany cased canteen fitted with two tiers of pearl handled silver flatware to include twelve knives and twelve forks, by Mappin & Webb, the canteen 29cm long £80-120
261.    Continental (probably Dutch) white metal horn handled toddy ladle, the bowl embossed with buildings and geese, together with grapevine, with barley twist handle, 51cm long; together with a further plated wine funnel with sieve (2) £30-50
262.    Mixed collection of silver to include a silver casket with segmented interior, a tortoiseshell dressing brush with overlay of birds on branches, silver topped dressing brush and one other (4) £30-50
263.    Two silver mustards, both with blue glass liners, with a collection of silver and plated flatware to include two Georgian silver old English table spoons (14)
264.    Early 20th century silver cigarette case and two vestas, 3oz approx £40-60
265.    Late 19th century import silver pin tray, embossed with a hunting scene, with hounds and a stag, within raised scrolled borders, maker Samuel Boyce Landeck, Sheffield 1894, 22cm long, 4.5oz approx £40-80
266.    Late Victorian silver three piece boat shaped tea service, comprising teapot, milk jug and sucrier, maker JD WD, Sheffield 1897, the teapot 29cm long, 37oz approx; together with small silver sugar nips (4) £300-400
267.    Impressive early 20th century Russian cloisonne and silver jewellery casket, decorated with scrolled foliage, the hinged lid with central malachite cabochon, attributed to master Ivan Zinoviev Malinov, 8cm long, 4oz approx £300-500
268.    A St Paul's Cathedral Goblet number 576/600 commissioned by the Dean & Chapter 1975 - the bowl raised upon a gilded Phoenix stem with gilded interior by Aurum Designs, with box and certificate, 16cm, 10oz £80-100
271.    A vintage 18ct necklace set with pink rubies, the links with textured finish, 29.4g £400-500
272.    A collection of seven 9ct rings to include a white gold wedding ring and two illusion-set diamond examples, sizes J - N, 27g total £100-150
273.    A mixed lot comprising a cultured pearl necklace with 9ct clasp, a large faceted citrine pendant and a small group of gold items for restoration, to include a diamond and ruby set ring (af) £60-100
274.    A collection of 9ct earrings to include two pairs of drops; one pair set with amber and mother of pearl to reverse and the other with blue glass, etc £40-60
275.    A collection of 9ct jewellery to include a diamond set ring and two necklaces with cross pendants, 10.9g total (one chain af) £80-120
276.    Two 9ct brooches; the first of marquise form cast with scrolled floral decoration and set with a peridot, 3.7cm approx, the second applied with a seed pearl set swallow, 4.1g total £40-60
277.    Two 9ct wreath brooches; one set with cultured pearls and the other with diamonds, 9g total £50-80
278.    An 18ct emerald and diamond three stone ring, set with a central emerald of 0.35cts approx flanked by two diamonds of 0.15cts each approx, size R, 3g £250-350
279.    A crossover diamond solitaire ring of 0.25cts approx in 18ct white gold, size L, 2g £200-250
280.    A 9ct diamond and ruby set ring, together with a further 9ct three stone diamond ring, both size N, 2.6g total £100-120
281.    An 18ct diamond solitaire ring in fancy claw setting, the diamond 0.20cts approx, size S, 5.4g
282.    An 18ct wedding ring engraved with foliate decoration, size P/Q, 5.8g £80-120
283.    An 18ct wedding ring, size P/Q, 8.9g £150-200
284.    An 18ct five stone diamond ring, each diamond 0.20cts approx totalling 1ct, size O, 3g £300-500
285.    An 18ct diamond cluster ring, size O, 2.9g £100-150
286.    A 9ct diamond cluster ring, size S/T, 2g £70-100
287.    A group of gold jewellery comprising a 14ct necklace with Celtic cross pendant, a 9ct box link bracelet and a 9ct bi-colour locket engraved with a floral bouquet, 11.7g total £70-100
288.    A contemporary 18ct diamond set bracelet, 4.3g £80-120
289.    A group of 9ct tri-colour jewellery comprising a plaited bracelet, collar necklace and pair of drop earrings, 16.8g total £120-150
290.    Three 9ct rings to include an opal and diamond set example, together with a pair of 9ct creole earrings, 6.4g total £60-100
291.    A 9ct sapphire and diamond suite comprising pendant and earrings, together with a further 9ct suite set with pale blue stones (6) £60-100
292.    A half sovereign dated 1907 £80-120
293.    Good group of antique items comprising a riding crop stock pin set with a diamond, sapphire and ruby cluster in trefoil formation, a bow bar brooch set with rose cut diamonds and a pearl set ring, all in unmarked gold, 11.1g total £80-120
294.    A yellow metal bracelet with circular links, together with three 9ct charms and a 9ct eternity ring, 11.6g total, etc £80-120
295.    An 18ct diamond set half eternity wedding ring, size N, 4.2g £70-100
296.    A carved jade pendant depicting flowers and birds with further pierced detail, the white metal pendant fitting set with rose cut diamonds, the jade measuring 3.5 x 1.4cm approx, 4.6g £80-120
297.    A 9ct engine turned retractable pencil, 10.7g £50-80
298.    Unusual gentlemen's zodiac ring, the lapis lazuli cabochon set with a single cushion cut diamond of 0.40cts approx, above a gold symbol of Aries, in unmarked gold, size N, 27g £400-600
299.    Early citrine ring, the oval stone in a fancy engraved mount with strap-work and bracket decoration in unmarked gold, citrine 3 x 1.5cm approx, size N, 15.6g £250-300
300.    Antique lapis lazuli pendant in the form of a standing sage, with unmarked gold bale, 7.5cm high approx, 39.5g £100-150
301.    A diamond solitaire ring in 18ct white gold, the stone 0.40cts approx, size M, 2.8g £300-500
302.    A sapphire and diamond three tier cluster ring in indistinctly marked white metal, size O/P, 5.5g £200-300
303.    A 9ct ruby and diamond cluster ring, size K/L, 1.6g £60-100
304.    An 18ct sapphire and diamond three stone ring, set with a central sapphire of 0.60cts approx flanked by two diamonds of 0.10cts each approx, size I/J, 3g £250-300
305.    An 18ct diamond cluster daisy head ring, central stone 0.20cts approx, size O/P, 6.6g £400-600
306.    A group of gold jewellery to include a 9ct garnet cluster ring and a 9ct floral sweetheart brooch, etc, 9g total £50-70
307.    A graduated five stone diamond ring in 18ct gold, size L, 2.5g £250-350
308.    A vintage 9ct macramé drop necklace together with a small quantity of costume jewellery £30-50
309.    A sapphire and diamond cluster ring in 18ct white gold, size L/M, 6.6g £350-400
310.    A good quality almandine garnet and seed pearl brooch of floral design with rope twist border decoration, 4.9cm approx, 9g £300-350
311.    An 18ct emerald and diamond ring, size L/M, 3.4g £250-300
312.    An 18ct aquamarine and diamond cluster ring, size M, 2g £150-180
313.    An 18ct diamond solitaire ring of 0.20cts approx, size L, 2.2g £120-150
314.    An 18ct three stone diamond ring, central stone 0.20cts approx, size V, 3.1g £200-300
315.    A 9ct white gold ring set with baguette and round cut diamonds, size P, 5.8g £250-300
316.    An 18ct diamond daisy ring, size L, 1.8g £30-50
317.    An 18ct diamond cluster ring, set with seven stones of 0.20cts each approx, size K/L, 4.6g £600-800
318.    An 18ct emerald and diamond ring, size J, 2.6g £250-300
319.    A Naval sapphire and diamond encrusted brooch of crown form, in unmarked white and yellow metal, 3.1cm long approx, 3.7g £600-700
320.    A platinum diamond solitaire ring of 0.25cts approx, size J, 2.3g, together with a 9ct diamond set ring of stylised design, size Q, 2.1g £100-150
321.    Mixed lot to include three 9ct items comprising a micromosaic bar brooch depicting a dove, fob set with bloodstone and carnelian verso, bar brooch, etc £50-80
322.    A group of gold items comprising a 22ct wedding ring (af), three further 9ct rings and a chain (chain af), 10.5g total £50-80
323.    A Georgian gold mourning ring fitted with an Essex crystal portrait, with enamel detail and seed pearl border, inscription to inner shank 'Charlotte Mellish, ob: 19 April 1797 at 23', size K, 4.8g £200-300
324.    A fine Victorian micromosaic insect brooch, 4.8cm approx £200-300
325.    A collection of micromosaic souvenir pieces comprising a brooch depicting the Colosseum, pendant depicting the Temple of Vesta, a floral bracelet with matching brooch and a picture pendant of similar theme, together with a copy of 'Italian Pictures Drawn with Pen and Pencil' (6) £200-300
326.    An Indian Pertabgarh brooch of octagonal form, depicting Buddistic deities and attendants upon a green enamel ground with seed pearl border, in unmarked yellow metal, 3.8 x 3.2cm approx, 12.7g £80-120
327.    A 9ct tri-colour bracelet together with a similar ring, size J/K, 8g total £60-80
328.    Two 9ct curb link bracelets, 17.6g total £140-180
329.    A 9ct rose gold bracelet with pierced fancy links and Albert clasp, 10.3g £80-120
330.    An impressive 9ct signet ring with coat of arms in relief, size Q, 17.9g £150-200
331.    Three 9ct signet rings; one with engraved initial 'N', 10.2g total £80-120
332.    A champagne diamond solitaire ring of 1.56cts approx, claw set in 18ct gold, size R, 9g £800-1200
333.    An 18ct buckle ring, size R, 6.8g £80-120
334.    An 18ct white gold sapphire and diamond cluster ring, size L/M, 4.4g £100-150
335.    An 18ct diamond daisy ring, size S, 3.1g £150-200
336.    A 9ct rope twist necklace, 8.1g £60-80
337.    A William IV sovereign dated 1832, in 9ct mount on a fancy link long guard chain £200-300
338.    An 18ct ring engraved with scrolled decoration, size O/P, 5.2g £80-120
339.    An 18ct ring of Celtic knot form, size O/P, 8.8g £150-180
340.    An 18ct basket weave ring, size L, together with a further 9ct barley twist example, size M, 8.1g total £80-120
341.    Three 9ct items comprising a bicolour diamond set ring, size O/P, necklace with cross pendant and a paste set flower head ring, together with a further 18ct diamond set ring, 12g total (4) £100-150
342.    An 18ct pink ruby and diamond gypsy ring, size S, 3.2g £80-120
343.    Two 18ct sapphire and diamond set rings, sizes P & L, 7.6g £150-180
344.    An 18ct gentleman's ring with a collet set emerald flanked by diamonds, size R/S, 10g £180-220
345.    Three 9ct faceted dress rings, sizes N, O & P/Q £80-120
346.    Two gentleman's rings; one 14ct diamond set example of 0.15cts approx and a 9ct example set with a cabochon ruby, sizes T/U & Q/R, 10g total £100-150
347.    A Victorian seed pearl and green paste floral cluster ring in unmarked gold, size Q, 2.3g (af - central paste loose) £60-80
348.    A fine Victorian emerald and diamond cluster ring in unmarked gold, emerald 5 x 5mm approx, size Q/R, 3.2g £500-800
349.    A good antique 15ct ring intricately set with emeralds, rose cut diamonds and seed pearls, size P/Q, 3.2g £200-300
350.    A 9ct peridot three stone ring, size M/N, 1.9g £50-80
351.    An 18ct cluster ring of square form set with an emerald within diamond surround, emerald 6 x 6mm approx, size N, 3.7g £300-400
352.    A stylised yellow metal dress ring set with a large cabochon sapphire, size I, 9.9g £150-180
353.    An impressive antique openwork cross pendant encrusted with diamonds, sapphires and emeralds in unmarked white and yellow metal, pendant 6.3 x 3.5cm approx including bale, on an associated 9ct chain, 18.6g total £400-600
354.    An 18ct amethyst and diamond ring, size L, together with a further 9ct ring set with alternating diamonds and chrysoprase, size P, 3.7g total £60-80
355.    A 9ct opal and sapphire ring, together with a further 9ct faux opal dress ring, both size O, 8.2g total £40-60
356.    A Victorian mourning pendant with laurel leaf and floral decoration, set with a single diamond to the centre in unmarked yellow metal, with glazed compartment to reverse and inscription 'Lizzie 1887', on an associated 9ct rope twist chain, 10.9g total £80-120
357.    Two 9ct necklaces; one herringbone example and one belcher link example suspending a yellow metal T bar, 11.3g total £80-120
358.    Four 9ct fine link chains; to include two rose gold examples and one suspending a 9ct locket, 9.4g total £80-120
359.    Five 9ct fine link chains, 10.7g total £80-120
360.    Four 9ct bracelets, 7.3g total £50-80
361.    An ornate Edwardian buckle with mother of pearl and enamel decoration, together with three cased 9ct dress studs and a malachite pendant £30-50
362.    Four gold stick pins to include an art nouveau example set with turquoise, 4g total £50-60
363.    A Victorian mourning ring with black enamel decoration in yellow metal (seed pearls vacant), together with a 9ct reversible picture locket, etc £30-50
364.    A 9ct sapphire and diamond ring, size M/N, 1.9g £30-35
365.    A demi parure of crowned heart form comprising pendant and earrings, set with cabochon turquoise type stones surmounted by pearls in millegrain settings, in unmarked yellow metal, pendant 3.9 x 2.5cm approx excluding bale, 15g total £200-400
369.    A mixed lot comprising a tortoiseshell and silver pique work brooch decorated with Welsh feathers (af), a cast glass cameo of a bust portrait of a female, a further silver chain; together with a pair of Royal Doulton Lambeth squat candlesticks (5) £20-40
370.    A 9ct Wedgwood brooch depicting a classical scene (af), together with a 9ct garnet set bar brooch and a selection of silver items to include a pair of novelty sugar nips in the form of a wishbone, etc £40-60
371.    Three silver necklaces to include one with amber pendant, together with a sterling silver identity bracelet, etc £30-50
372.    Mixed lot to include a substantial paste set Georgian buckle and a 9ct goldstone brooch, etc £40-60
373.    An amber type bead necklace together with two good agate bead examples and two green bangles (5) £40-60
374.    A cased Mikimoto six strand cultured pearl necklace with 9ct clasp, together with a further cultured pearl necklace £40-60
375.    Collection of silver and white metal jewellery to include an enamelled flower pendant, sterling gate link bracelet with heart padlock clasp, Eastern bracelet, etc £30-50
376.    A good lot of silver and white metal jewellery to include various marcasite, filigree and gem set items, necklaces and earrings, etc £60-100
377.    Interesting collection of costume jewellery to include a sterling silver fancy link Albert chain, silver brooch modelled as a fairy, further silver items, etc £40-60
378.    A group of silver jewellery comprising a bracelet set with cabochon agate, carnelian, rose quartz and chrysoprase, maker S & Co., together with a moonstone and amethyst fringe necklace (clasp to both af), a curb link bracelet with heart padlock clasp and a circular butterfly wing pendant (4) £80-120
379.    A 9ct flat curb link chain, 12g approx, together with a small quantity of costume jewellery to include a silver necklace with stylised amber pendant, etc £100-150
380.    Good mixed lot to include a shell cameo brooch depicting a classical maiden, a 9ct coral cameo ring of the same subject, a silver Albert bracelet suspending ten charms, further yellow metal bead bracelet, etc £80-120
381.    A collection of silver and white metal jewellery to include pieces set with abalone shell, amber, marcasite, etc £50-80
382.    Costume jewellery to include three silver butterfly wing pieces comprising a sterling ring by Thomas L Mott, further ring and 900 silver bracelet with painted landscape decoration £30-50
383.    A quantity of costume jewellery to include Venetian beads and two Vendome necklaces, etc £40-60
384.    Collection of bead necklaces to include an amethyst, amber, semi-precious green stone, malachite, jade type, opaline and agate example £40-60
385.    A collection of bead costume jewellery to include hardstone and Venetian pieces £30-50
386.    Collection of costume jewellery to include a selection of silver items £30-50
387.    Extensive and varied collection of costume jewellery £50-80
388.    Quantity of contemporary costume jewellery contained in a leather case £20-30
398.    Collection of 19th century and later pocket watches to include silver and Goliath examples £50-80
399.    Collection of vintage wristwatches to include a boxed Waltham, Lemania military chronograph, further military watches, gold cocktail examples and an Omega £300-500
400.    Vintage Rotary and Tissot gents wristwatches, the Rotary with original guarantee certificate (2) £30-50
401.    A box containing a collection of various vintage gent's and ladies wrist watches £30-50
402.    A tin containing a collection of various vintage pocket watches, wrist watches, silver jewellery, etc £60-100
403.    Tag Heuer mid size gent's wrist watch, with black dial and illuminous baton markers, date aperture and swivel bezel, quartz movement and associated leather strap; together with a further collection of vintage watches £30-50
404.    A collection of various vintage watches to include a ladies Rotary silver watch, a ladies Seiko automatic watch, a further ladies Rotary watch with 9ct rose gold St Christopher charm, together with two further military brooches (6) £30-50
405.    Vintage Gucci ladies bangle watch, with a collection of twelve interchangeable bezels, of various colours, with box and paper; together with a further cameo brooch £30-50
406.    A collection of various vintage gentleman's wrist watches £20-40
407.    1970s gent's Garrard automatic 9ct wrist watch with inscription verso and associated concertina strap £150-200
408.    Vintage 9ct ladies Tissot 'Saphir' cocktail watch on 9ct rope twist bracelet, 12.7 grams gross £80-120
409.    18ct gent's Para 17 Rubis Incabloc wrist watch, with associated stylised strap £50-80
410.    Ladies silver ball fob watch, fitted to a bow brooch, with spherical glass fittings £30-50
411.    Two early 20th century 18ct lug watches, both on associated concertina straps, together with a further vintage gent's mid size Benson 9ct gentleman's watch with subsidiary second dial and Arabic numerals (3) £100-200
412.    Continental 18k fob watch, 20.7 grams gross £60-100
413.    925 silver WWI Swiss trench watch head, the dial with protective guard case numbered 696219, movement numbered 483 £200-300
414.    Early 20th century gent's 9ct rose gold wrist watch, the silver dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary second dial on an associated leather bracelet £80-120
415.    Vintage 1970s gent's stainless steel Chronosport Chronograph wrist watch, the black dial fitted with various numerals, two subsidiary dials, luminous markers, upon a period stainless steel stylised strap £400-600
416.    Vintage Pulsar quartz alarm chronograph gentleman's wrist watch with original box and papers £80-120
417.    Mid century gent's 9ct Smiths 15 jewel wrist watch, the textured champagne dial with subsidiary second dial and inscription to the back, within original baise lined box £100-150
418.    Mid century 18k gold Fleuron gent's wrist watch, the textured champagne dial with baton markers and Arabic numerals, upon a tan leather strap £100-150
419.    Swiss 14k gentleman's pocket watch, the enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary second dial, stamped K14, 81.7 grams gross; together with 9ct rose gold watch Albert with T bar, 16.7 grams, under a mahogany and glass dome £200-300
420.    18k Longines gent's day/date wrist watch, the white dial with date aperture upon an associated crocodile leather strap, within a Longines box and further Longines outer cardboard box £400-600
421.    1970s Omega 'Flightmaster' stainless steel gentleman's wrist watch, with three subsidiary dials upon original bracelet within original box with original spare link and lots of paperwork to include original purchase receipt and service history £2000-2500
422.    Early 20th century brass carriage clock with pierced geometric rim, together with a further wind up carriage type piece (2) £30-50
423.    Early 20th century polished brass alarm carriage clock, the enamel face with subsidiary second dial, the case with pierced borders, striking on a bell, within an original Morocco leather case with key £150-200
424.    Interesting brass carriage clock with gilt face and enamel chapter ring, with applied chain link decoration to borders £100-150
425.    French brass carriage clock, the enamelled dial with subsidiary second dial, striking on a bell £50-80
426.    Two brass carriage clocks £50-80
427.    Good brass repeater carriage clock, the enamel dial with subsidiary dial with bevelled glass, striking on a bell, 15cm high £150-200
428.    Good polished brass repeater carriage clock, striking on a gong, with Morocco leather case with key £200-300
429.    19th century rosewood and mother of pearl inlaid banjo barometer thermometer, 97cm high £60-80
430.    Mahogany and boxwood inlaid barometer, with conch shell detail and silvered dials, 95 cm long (AF) £20-40
431.    Good oak cased Negretti and Zambra of London circular barometer thermometer, within a carved wooden case with flower head roundels and swan neck pediment, 45cm high £80-120
432.    Admiral Fitzroy barometer with an ecclesiastical case, 105cm high £80-120
433.    Single train mahogany wall clock the 12 inch dial with Roman numerals £40-60
434.    19th century rosewood banjo barometer thermometer, 89cm high £50-80
435.    Vienna type regulator wall clock, with twin train enamel wall dial and architectural case, 110cm high £60-100
436.    Camerer, Cuss & Co of London single train wall dial, with brass inlaid flamed mahogany case, 40cm, high in total £80-120
437.    Antique mahogany framed postman's wall dial, striking on a bell with weights £50-80
438.    Mahogany cased single train wall clock, the 12 inch dial with Arabic numerals £50-80
439.    Early 20th century oak aneroid barometer thermometer in an architectural case with Corinthian columns and urn finial, 105 cm long £100-120
440.    Good single fusee mahogany cased wall dial by Thwaites & Reed of Clerkenwell, 11 inch dial with Roman numerals, 36cm diameter £250-350
441.    Vintage oak cased drop dial twin train wall clock, together with a further American ogee wall clock (2) £50-80
442.    American twin train ogee wall clock with painted glass panel of a beehive, 66cm in total £20-40
443.    Continental architectural twin train mantel clock, with fancy enamel dial, striking on a gong, 45cm high; together with a further plaster novelty mantel clock mounted by a sleeping Pierrot (2) £50-80
444.    Early 20th century continental gingerbread clock, the architectural case with glass fronted door enclosing a three train dial and mercury pendulum, striking on a bell, together with a four pillar clock, with circular dial and cast gilt mounts (2) £40-60
445.    Early 20th century Dupree & Young Ltd of Exeter mantle clock within an architectural mahogany case, striking on a gong, 37cm high £50-80
446.    Cast brass lancet mantel clock, mounted by a twin handled campana urn, the circular twin train dial with enamel Roman numeral cabochon, striking on a bell, 46cm high £80-120
447.    Interesting French spelter figural thermometer in the form of a rococo type Corinthian column, mounted by a cherub, 47cm high £50-80
448.    Interesting Kundo electric type four glass mantle clock, 21cm high £40-60
449.    19th century French black slate mantle clock, with single train dial fitted with an enamel chapter ring with Arabic numerals, the architectural case with shaped glass inset panel and twin lion head handles, 48cm high £50-80
450.    Good French polished brass and onyx four glass mantle clock, the case fitted with Corinthian columns around a two train enamel dial with Roman numerals, striking on a gong, 29cm high £400-600
451.    Oak twin train mantle clock, with architectural case and silvered dial and gilt rococo fittings, 39cm high £50-80
452.    early 20th century French pink veined marble clock garniture, the lancet mantle clock with applied gilt flowering campana and further floral reserves, together with two twin handled campana urns, the clock with single train enamel dial with gilt hands and floral detail, 34cm high (3) £60-100
453.    Early 20th century mahogany veneered two train mantle clock, striking on a gong, the arched case with rope twist garlands, together with a further smaller walnut mantle clock and silvered Corinthian column table lamp (3) £60-100
454.    Good Edwardian mahogany and brass inlaid mantle clock with twin train enamel dial, with Arabic numerals, pierced brass grille sides, striking on a gong upon brass ball feet £80-120
455.    Good Westminster chime type lancet oak mantle clock with three train dial, two subsidiary dials and musical alarm movement £100-200
456.    Art deco marble figural clock garniture, the clock with square silver dial, flanked by a patinated metal elephant and lioness, with further garniture pieces (3) £100-150
457.    Early 20th century German two train architectural mantle clock, the walnut case enclosing a two train dial with enamel chapter ring, with Roman numerals, striking on a gong, 37cm high £40-60
458.    1882 American Ansonia clock, in a mottled metal case with Rococo styling, with enamelled chapter ring, Roman numerals and open escapement, 35 cm high £100-150
459.    A large collection of various barometers to include a good quality Pallont 51 Strand London pocket barometer and others together with a collection of Barometer related books £100-200
460.    Two 19th century black slate mantle clocks, both of architectural form with twin train movements £50-100
461.    Impressive French ormolu figural mantle clock cast with cherubs mounted by an eagle with various rococo scrolls, the 13 inch dial fitted with enamel cabochon Roman numerals, the drum head movement striking on a bell 51cm high £200-400
471.    A group of medals awarded to Sgt EJC Gardner SVF to include the JSM Companion of the Order of Loyalty to the Crown of Malaysia (John Setia Mahkota) presented by the King of Malaysia 5/10/67 (see image) together with George VI Efficient Service Medal - Malaysia, 39-45 war medal, Defence medal, Pacific star and 39-45 Star, with dress medals, 9ct gold medal, Altcar Rifle Club 1930, 10th Scottish Battalion - The Kings Regiment, further medallion - Birkenhead School, 1926, various buttons and badges £200-250
472.    A mixed military lot to include badges, buttons, a small compass and others £20-40
473.    Collection of English military buttons and badges, two WWI dog tags 317260 CR Holt £30-40
474.    Gold plated lorgnette, opera glasses and one other pair £30-40
475.    A collection of vintage fountain pens Waterman, Parker, Burnham (14) - together with propelling pencils, etc £100-150
476.    Three Chinese carved stone panels showing bats, fruit, etc, misers purse, bracelet, etc £80-120
477.    Spinach jade bowl on carved hardwood stand, 10cm diameter £30-40
478.    A Plique a' Jour bowl with floral details within a repeating border, 11.5 cm diameter approx £100-150
479.    19th century Kashmir red lacquered vase with floral overlay 14cm and a small 19th century cloisonne vase, a small block of resonant resin and an ivory Noh mask £50-80
480.    Victorian spelter inkwell or vesta case in the form of an old sea dog (bulldog in naval dress) 10cm high £80-120
481.    Five vintage lighters and four cigarette cases £20-25
482.    19th century ivory card case with carved character and trailing floral panels, plus another in mother of pearl £40-60
483.    Cantonese mirror with raised dragon back, Victorian gold plated lorgnette, military buttons, etc £40-60
484.    Gold plated Dupont cigarette lighter 4FK12J8 with black and red armorial panels (unused) £20-30
485.    A Victorian brass paper clip in the form of a waterfowl's head £70-90
486.    A polished hardwood magician's wand with turned ivory tips, 31cm £40-60
487.    Edwardian gamekeepers - days short tally counter, with four dials marked partridge, rabbits, hares, pheasants (English and French script) silver plated finish, 61cm £80-100
488.    Asprey, an 8 peg place finder in the form of a 12 bore cartridge, the top inscribed Loaded by Asprey, 6 smokeless 6cm £750-850
489.    Antique cold painted bronze figure of a rat, 6cm £150-200
490.    Georgian blunderbuss pistol, with spring bayonet, walnut stock brass barrel, steel plates, flintlock action, Wilson of London, 33cm min, 48cm max £2000-2200
491.    Over 100 Irving Trading Company share certificates - Sourabaya June 1910 £20-25
492.    A mixed collection or English coins including 30 Crowns, Hanover gaming tokens, etc. together with a collection of vintage fountain pens £30-40
493.    George V 1929 silver wreath crown (4994 struck) F condition £80-120
494.    Mixed bijouterie lot to include continental silver spoon, whale's tooth, art nouveau gold pendant, further silver and collectables, with a collection of costume jewellery £60-100
501.    Art deco style 1920s tabard with black silk borders and a black and floral beaded front and back panel width 56cm, length 120cm, , together with a similar aged black dress with drop waist, side split and with heavily beaded neckline, central panel and beaded skirt showing oriental scenes, length 120cm, width across chest 74cm £50-80
502.    Five vintage garments including 1920/30s lined tabard, in gold silk with gold threadwork and beaded side link decoration, sleeveless black lace dress with godet skirt pleats, black net shrug with black and multicoloured beading, blue patterned silk dress and a rust silk top with gold flocked pattern £50-80
503.    A collection of vintage clothing including an ivory satin wedding dress, men's wedding tailed jacket, waistcoat and trousers, black ladies coat labelled OGF with quilted lining, boucle collar and ornate toggles, a further black ladies coat, neck furs, etc £40-60
504.    Traditional ceremonial/ bridal Japanese Uchikaka Kimono, heavily embroidered with golden cranes and floral motifs, total length 75", with rolled and padded hemline £40-60
505.    Vintage costume dress worn by Elaine Taylor in the 1971/2 BBC dramatisation of "Trelawny of the Wells" as seen on 1971 Radio Times cover (see image) Dress is full length, in pale pink polka dot fabric, fitted stayed bodice, full skirt with tiers of lacework at the hem. Waist 23" £80-120
506.    Full length vintage dress by Dickins & Jones in black lace with satin underskirt, fitted bodice, full skirt and sweetheart neckline, size 36, together with a similar knee length dress with princess style panels £40-60
507.    Collection of tartan ladies clothing comprising eight kilts, three full length kilts, four tartan skirts, two jackets and a cape, makers include Armstrong of Aberfoyle, Mosbrook, RS MacDonald. Most of the kilts have 30-32" waist £30-50
508.    Five lined curtains with fabric in the style of Lucienne Day, all with pencil pleat heading, approx width 1m and length 2.2m (AF) £30-50
509.    Aubusson style needlepoint rug/;wall hanging in earthy rust, green and beige shades, lined, 175 x 110cm £60-80
510.    Laura Ashley "Aubusson Rug" in orange, red and beige shades, 235 x 160cm cotton/wool mix (AF) £20-40
511.    Confederate flag by Sherritt Flag Co, Richmond, Virginia, 86 x 154cm, with eyelets, faded, (AF) £30-50
512.    Machine stitched patchwork quilt with blue, white and checked fabric, 240 x 220cm approx together with an IKEA rug 133 x 195cm, white ground with multi coloured button design £20-40
513.    Four boxes of good quality curtains and fabric remnants including hand stitched needle point £30-50
514.    Mixed collection of approx 30 spools of coloured yarn including Patons Courtelle with varied amounts remaining on each spool £20-30
515.    Collection of mixed textiles including white table linen, vintage leather gloves, a union jack flag, a Taylor Griffiths bedspread, etc £30-50
516.    Quantity of vintage table linen, including good small examples of lacework and pulled threadwork, together with 2 suitcases of white polycotton flat sheets (mostly John Lewis) and pillowcases. £30-50
517.    Four curtains, approx 210cm, each with fixed triple pleated top width 80cm, heavy weight beige fabric with blue/white textured border, lined and weighted (two curtains AF - water stained on lower border)
518.    Two pairs of curtains in Nina Campbell "Pavlouck" fabric, lined and interlined, with pencil pleat heading, W 120cm x L 138cm and W 122cm x L 116cm, together with a matching shaped valance with pleated goblet heading, 155cm
519.    Collection of vintage clothing to include a Victorian child's smock dress, Victorian ladies shoes, ladies gloves, baby clothes and a pair of elaborately decorated black seamed stockings £40-60
520.    Quantity of haberdashery and fabric remnants in two picnic baskets including upholstery braid, ribbons, lace and buttons, etc £20-40
521.    Four Victorian curtains with floral woven design, each approx 3.45m long, heavyweight, in poor condition, for fabric salvage, displayed in schoolroom porch (AF) £40-60
522.    Six extra long thermal lined curtains in gold silk with slub weave, together with three matching valences, curtain lengths approx 3m, width 1.75, could be used as curtains or for the fabric salvage (AF) £40-60
523.    Part bolt of striped ticking fabric together with a quantity of dark grey tweed type fabric £20-40
524.    Box of good quality vintage table linen together with a pair of floral lined curtains W125 x D224 cm, a pair of blackout linings W265 x D224cm, boxes of perfume including Miss Dior, Nina Ricci etc
525.    A pink ground wool carpet in the Persian style, the central medallion principally in a steel blue colourway, set within alternating running borders, 170 x 130cm £30-40
526.    A carpet in the Persian style with red and turquoise ground centre within a wide ink blue border, with geometric and abstract detail, 300 x 200cm £40-60
527.    Three wool rugs in the Persian style, all with pastern shade colouring and geometric detail, the largest 180 x 120cm, the remainder being smaller £30-40
528.    A contemporary heavy wool rug in the Chinese style, with beige ground field set within pastel repeating border, 220 x 130cm, together with a further oval Chinese mustard ground rug with trailing floral details, and similar circular rug (3) £40-60
529.    A Shirvan style Wilton carpet, with multi-geometric panels within narrow running borders, 360 x 275cm £60-80
530.    An Eastern wool carpet, the mid blue ground field decorated with characters, lamas and other animals within a wide repeating border of a similar form, 180 x 130 cm approx £40-50
530A.   Belgian wool carpet with three colourful medallions upon a red ground, 300 x 200cm £60-100
531.    A heavy wool carpet in the Persian style, the white ground with central medallion, with abstract floral detail, set within wide running borders, 360 x 250cm £60-80
532.    A rustic Eastern rug with geometric banded woven detail within alternating running borders upon a pale cream ground field, 190 x 125 cm £60-80
533.    A flat weave Kelim runner/wall hanging with geometric repeating lozenge shaped medallions within alternating running borders in pastel colours, 190 x 160 cm £40-60
534.    An Tabriz style wool carpet, good quality, with multi medallion field with floral "panelled garden" design within alternating running borders, 350 cm x 260 cm £150-200
535.    An eastern wool rug with geometric repeating detail within running borders, principally in a red and blue colourway, 125 x 120cm £50-70
536.    A chain stitch rug/wall hanging on a floral theme in pale pastel shades, 175 x 175 cm approx £70-90
537.    A large flat weave kelim carpet with alternating banded geometric detail, 350 x 160cm £80-120
538.    A small Kelim flat weave rug with geometric repeating detail and a further heavier coarse wool kelim with pink ground borders, 120 x 80cm and 130 x 105cm respectively £30-40
539.    Fine quality Kazak runner - multi medallion detail upon ink blue field within wide geometric borders, 275 x 115cm £1000-1500
540.    A wool rug in the Persian style with faun ground field within wide alternating off white borders, with repeating pastel shade geometric detail , 210 x 130cm £60-80
541.    A very long Persian wool runner, with pale red field, geometric detail and within repeating running borders, 470 x 95cm £100-150
542.    A flat weave eastern runner with alternating panels, having geometric and Greek key decoration within narrow repeating borders, 245 x 70cm £50-70
543.    An Afghan red ground wool rug with multi medallion centre within running borders, together with a further blue ground eastern wool rug with multi medallion centre within alternating borders, principally in a blue and red colourway, 165 x 95cm and 150 x 105cm £60-80
544.    A chain stitch rug or wall hanging, with multi geometric panel detail upon a blue ground within running borders, 170 x 140cm £40-60
545.    A contemporary wool rug in the Persian style with crimson ground field and further geometric detail, together with a small Persian wool rug principally in a dark pink colourway with geometric detail, within running borders, 180 x 120cm and 130 x 80cm
546.    A good quality wool carpet in the Persian style, the off white ground with stylised floral detail within wide repeating running borders. 360 x 270 cm £150-200
547.    An eastern wool rug with red ground field and animal and floral detail, within wide running and repeating floral borders, 200 x 140cm £40-60
548.    A flat weave Kelim rug with repeating square cut geometric decoration in a bright colourway, 180 x 90cm £30-40
549.    An eastern wool runner with geometric detail within running borders principally in a red and blue colourway, 250 x 65cm £60-80
550.    A chain stitch rug or wall hanging with geometric detail of banded form within running borders, 175 x 115cm £40-60
551.    A chain stitch wool rug with abstract and geometric detail, within running borders, 240 x 190cm £60-80
552.    An eastern wool rug with multi medallion centre upon a white field within alternating and repeating red ground border, 250 x 150cm £80-100
553.    Two good reindeer skins £80-100
554.    A flat weave Kelim rug with geometric panels upon a pale white ground within narrow running borders, 195 x 150cm £120-150
555.    A large heavy Indian wool carpet, green ground medallion upon a white field, within further alternating borders, with pastel floral detail throughout, 360 x 270cm £60-80
556.    A large Persian carpet with red wine ground field, multi medallion panels within deep and numerous running borders, 380 x 285cm £200-300
557.    An Eastern wool rug, red ground with multi-medallion centre, and running borders, 150 x 100 cm £40-60
559.    A pair of small wool rugs with red medallion centre, the larger field in a blue colourway with geometric detail, 160 x 85cm (2) £60-80
560.    An eastern wool rug in pale pastel shades with scrolling and other floral detail, 240 x 150cm £60-80
561.    Oval Chinese hook rug, in pastel shades with repeating floral detail, 180 x 120cm £30-40
562.    An eastern wool runner with repeating medallion centre, on an ink blue field within red geometric colourway, 250 x 60cm £60-80
563.    A Persian style wool carpet with abstract floral detail upon a plum ground field within alternating and repeating running borders, 340 x 180 cm £40-60
564.    A Persian red ground rug, multi medallion centre within wide repeating geometric borders, 120 x 150cm, together with a further small Persian style rug with mustard ground field, 80 x 50cm £60-80
565.    An eastern wool rug principally in a red and blue colourway with geometric detail, within running borders, 250 x 125cm £40-60
566.    A Persian style wool rug principally in dark green colourway with geometric decoration within running borders, 140 x 95 cm approx £40-60
567.    An eastern saddle bag with geometric detail set within running borders £30-40
568.    Two wool rugs in the Persian style with various Geometric detail, 60 x 80cm and 140 x 90cm £20-30
581.    Two slim walking canes, one with an ivory top with hoop handle, the other with enamel inlaid brass knop (2) £40-60
582.    Two slim walking canes, one with silver knop decorated with a pheasant, with other a glass knop £30-50
583.    Two similar bamboo shafted walking canes, each with carved ivory knops, with shield decoration (2) £50-80
584.    Interesting slim rosewood shafted, walking cane with gilt metal and mother of pearl knop, in the form of a crab's pincer £50-80
585.    Eccentric slim walking cane, mounted by a carved treen knop in the form of a ladies head upon an ivory type brass collar, with slim bamboo shafts £50-80
586.    Edwardian bamboo shafted walking cane with silver bull knop finial and collar £50-80
587.    Two similar Malacca shafted walking canes with silver knops (2) £50-80
588.    Two interesting walking canes, one with hinged silver hoop handle, the other with a carved bone knop, decorated with a water crane (2) £40-60
589.    Slim bamboo shafted walking cane with stylised silver crook handle £40-60
590.    Malacca shafted walking stick with ivory type handle and embossed silver collar £40-60
591.    Victorian ebonised walking cane with Sunday stick type embossed silver knop upon a stepped tapered shaft £50-80
592.    Four various walking sticks to include a Malacca walking cane with ivorine Wagner bust knop (4) £50-80
593.    Late 19th century carved hawthorn walking stick, the knop carved in the form of the cricketer WG Grace, with glass eyes £250-300
594.    Interesting antique novelty walking stick made from a shark's vertebrae with primitive horn knop £80-120
595.    Two interesting walking sticks, both with dog head knops £30-50
596.    19th century ebonised sword stick, together with a Malacca shafted ivory handled walking stick with silver collar (2) £50-80
597.    A 19th century printed cotton panel showing the standards of nations and cities, worldwide, to the centre the American ensign showing 26 stars (1837-45 printed in a red/blue colourway) 174 flags in total, 60 x 78cm set within a period moulded birdseye maple frame £80-120
598.    Interesting possibly Indonesian theatrical devils mask, the grotesque face with stitched tongue with gilt plaques and horse hair type wig, the mask 25cm, including hair 132cm £60-100
599.    Set of four Regency cast gilt metal characters to include two horses, a romantic couple and the bust of a gentleman, set on a baize ground in mahogany frames, the largest 35 x 29cm (4) £50-80
600.    An early 20th century 'Ogden's "Guinea Gold" Cigarettes' advertising sign, the sign featuring a packet of Ogden's cigarettes 'British made by British Labour', 117cm x 22cm £200-300
601.    A good arts and crafts/art nouveau embossed copper wall mirror in the manner of Archibald Knox for Liberty, the bevelled plate framed with art nouveau styling with riveted finish, the frame 47 x 38cm £150-200
602.    The E.C. Powder Co Ltd advertising sign depicting a hunting hound with further inscription 'E. C. No 3, Sporting Powder', the frame 31 x 56cm £80-120
603.    An early 20th century polished brass oval wall mirror, with bevelled plate mounted by acanthus styling's, 57 x 76cm £60-80
604.    A cast resin study of a seated Afghan hound, with painted polychrome finish, 69cm high £40-60
605.    Good vintage pond yacht with two masts, panelled deck and stand, blue painted finish, 85cm high £60-100
606.    Good vintage scratch built pond yacht with three masts, painted rigging, pine stand and blue painted finish, 88cm high £80-120
607.    A small quantity of Le Creuset cookware to include Dutch ovens, saucepans, etc, together with a further vintage tea set and a Murano clown ashtray £50-80
608.    A collection of various Venetian glasswares to include light fitting, candy jars, Venetian acanthus leaf fittings and others £50-80
609.    Good art nouveau polished brass table/stand, with scrolled base and twin hoop handles, 44cm diameter; together with a further embossed brass tray, 57cm diameter £50-80
610.    Early 20th century brass framed, bevelled mirrored fire screen, with painted floral spray, 76cm high £40-60
611.    Large collection of various Eastern and Western brass and copperware to include various kettles and pans £50-80
613.    Brass framed three tiered cake stand, fitted with porcelain plates with floral spray together with three vintage porcelain biscuit barrels (4) £40-60
614.    Edwardian mahogany and satinwood cross banded vitreen cabinet, with bevelled glass panels, enclosing a collection of shooting and sporting collectables, on tapered legs fitted with an under tier, 59cm wide, 77cm high £100-150
615.    Georgian oak candle box with sliding door enclosing a collection of wax candles, open dovetail joints, 40cm high £50-80
616.    Oriental cork diorama under a glazed case depicting a pagoda garden landscape, with lacquered frame with chinoiserie decoration, 55cm wide, 35cm high £60-100
617.    Cast bronze figural study of a nude female on a telephone, signed 'Preiss' upon a veined black marble base, 24cm high £80-120
618.    Four various carved marble heads; two of which upon green veined marble bases, the heads 14cm high approx (4) £100-200
619.    Indian cast metal study of a standing elephant, inlaid with various shells, together with a further horn type carved study of a Buddha and a further soapstone figure (3) £30-50
620.    Japanese hardwood carving of a standing fisherman, 50cm high £50-80
621.    Carved hardwood study of a standing elephant, 30cm long £40-60
622.    Cast brass chatelaine with snuffer and further candle tools, 60cm high £40-60
623.    Japanese cast bronze squat baluster vase decorated in relief with various fish amidst reeds, 31cm high £50-80
624.    Interesting archaic Greek wooden panel, the front carved and lacquered with a biblical scene and Greek inscriptions, with later wrought iron handle and feet, 24 cms high £50-80
625.    Hans Bolling of Denmark carved teak study of a standing duck, 19cm high £40-60
626.    Two cast metal figural studies; one a bronzed study of a samurai on horseback, the other of a chariot scene on a veined black marble base (2) £50-80
627.    Interesting Chinese bone and wooden pricket stick, the bone panels impressed with a Chinese calligraphy seal, 63cm high
628.    Good 19th century onyx and gilt metal Corinthian column oil lamp, with star cut glass reservoir and stepped square base, 70cm high (converted) £50-80
629.    Unusual twin branch oil lamp, the amber glass shades on brass reservoirs and acanthus twin scrolled arms, Corinthian column and stepped circular base, 68cm high £60-100
630.    Late 19th century brass and copper oil lamp, with opaline glass shade over a clear faceted glass reservoir and lobed tapered column upon a stepped circular base, 56cm high £60-80
631.    WAS Benson arts and crafts copper and brass oil lamp, with vaseline glass shade, polished brass reservoir upon a brass column with stylised triform copper fittings upon a stylised quadruped base, 67cm high £200-300
632.    Interesting Corinthian column oil lamp, the etched shade over a sang de boeuf type glazed globe shaped reservoir, typical cast brass Corinthian column base, 88cm high £100-150
633.    Arts and crafts brass and copper hinks burner, the brass reservoir on scrolled stylised base with copper flower head detail, faceted etched glass shade, 48cm high £40-60
634.    Two similar continental religious pierced brass hanging candelabra, mounted by biblical figures with pierced detail, the largest 60cm high £40-60
635.    Interesting Venetian opaline glass twin branch wall light, with various scrolled glass stylings, 43cm high £50-80
636.    Novelty table lamp in the form of a Jeroboam of champagne, together with a further pair of porcelain vases (3) £10-20
637.    Two vintage Vidor radios £40-60
638.    Interesting hardwood and bone twin handled dome shaped casket, the hinged lid enclosing a baize lined interior, 37cm wide £80-100
639.    Four various vintage radios £30-50
640.    Gilt wood farmed wall mirror, the frame engraved with scrolled acanthus and of serpentine form, 37cm high, 32cm wide £40-60
641.    Chinese silk work picture decorated with five figures to include two on horseback and one on the back of a dragon, underneath a sky filled with bats and birds, 26 x 67cm, framed £40-60
642.    Art deco cast spelter figural group of a hunting man wearing a loin cloth, upon a marbled base, 74cm wide £60-100
643.    Pair of French faceted glass wall lanterns, with etched glass panels and mirrored backs, within a floral cast metal casing, 28cm high, together with a further pair of polychrome worked sheet metal twin branch wall lights (4) £50-80
644.    Early 20th century French lead panel, inscribed '1905, Societe D'agriculteur de La Nievre...', with patinated finish, 28cm high, 34cm wide £30-50
645.    Early 20th century French gilt cast metal table lamp, with ball joint and scrolled arm, 48cm high £30-50
646.    Chinese cast bronze lidded sensor, the lid mounted by a dog of fo with twin scrolled handles and relief decoration, 20cm high £60-100
647.    Pair of three branch wall lights, with gilt brass finish and fitted with a Limoges type cameo panel £50-80
648.    19th century walnut and marquetry writing slope, the hinged lid enclosing a fitted interior, 50cm wide £40-60
649.    Good eastern brass charger with red lacquer detail, centrally decorated with a coiled fish, framed by peacocks and foliage, 46cm diameter; together with a further eastern hardwood tray with scrolled brass inlay, (2)
650.    Mixed miscellaneous lot to include a collection of boxed Edinburgh crystal, a Staffordshire figure, a collection of porcelain plates, an art deco eight day mantle clock and others £50-80
651.    Good antique specimen case fitted with various butterflies and moths, 43 x 43cm together with fish cutlery, plus silver plated forks and spoons £40-80
652.    Three various vintage chess sets; one in the manner of Calvert, two in the manner of Staunton £50-80
653.    Good mixed lot to include a silver dressing brush, chinoiserie papier mache dust pan and brush, a west German lava vase, a pair of glass baluster vases with gilt metal overlay and others £50-80
654.    Mixed treen lot to include four marquetry pieces to include three boxes and a book slide, together with a further mahogany box and oak canteen type box (6) £50-80
655.    Mixed miscellaneous lot to include a hardwood casket with bone and cabochon detail, a collection of silver handled knives, a collection of pictures in interesting frames, a tapestry panelled gallery tray and others £40-60
656.    A box containing a collection of antique copper ware to include a collection of graduated copper pans £60-100
657.    A box containing a collection of various miscellaneous items to include mainly toys and children's collectables £30-50
658.    A mixed lot to include a French empire cast metal four branch candelabra; together with a pair of graduated oak barley twist candlesticks and an ebonised dressing set and others £20-40
659.    A grotto type lot to include shells, stones and a fountain £30-50
660.    Collection of vintage toys to include two push along mohair stuffed dogs, a Tonka toy in box and others £30-50
661.    Two boxes containing a collection of vintage cameras and equipment to include view finders, Kodak, Fuji, Nikon, etc £40-60
662.    A box containing a collection of vintage binoculars and opera glasses £40-60
663.    Two boxes containing various cameras and camera cases
664.    No Lot
665.    Collection of brassware to include three polished brass fire tongs together with a larger set of tongs, pair of brass fire dogs, a trivet and waste paper bin £50-80
666.    B & S master walnut cased banjolele, with carry case £40-60
667.    Two contemporary table lamps; one with gilt wood effect £20-40
668.    Victorian diorama of butterflies amidst flowers, under a glass dome with ebonised plinth base, 28cm high £70-90
669.    Pair of blue opaline glass oil lamps, with flower head detail 36cm high (2) £50-80
670.    A military swagger stick together with a further military sepia photograph of a Hampshire regiment soldier (2) £30-50
671.    A cased brass and sheet metal magic lantern together with three boxes of slides £60-100
671A.   19th century military or travelling mirror with easel frame and crocodile skin back £60-100
671B.   19th coromandel tea caddy with brass strap work and lined interior, with a rosewood box with fitted interior (2) £50-80
671C.   Vintage Hohner Verdi II accordian £50-80
671D.   Mixed miscellaneous lot to include 19th century and later glassware, metalware and bijouterie £50-80
672.    Collection of interesting miscellaneous items to include an early 20th century bust watercolour of an elderly lady within a Rococo type cast metal frame, a vintage baseball, a terracotta pot with relief decoration, an agate bangle and a gold plated Yard-o-Led pencil
673.    Mixed collection of bijouterie to include treen and ivory sewing tools, to include marquetry and others, together with further interesting items £40-60
674.    Collection of miscellaneous items to include an Eastern turned horn hooka pipe, a silver plated poultry skewer, a taxidermy interest hoof handle and horn page turner and further porcelain pipe (4) £40-60
675.    Canton cloisonne cabinet plate, decorated with prunus tree and fruit, 10cm diameter
676.    A good boxed painted lace brise fan, with panel of a classical scene of ladies seated beneath a tree with a maid and gentlemen, together with further still life panels of musical instruments and floral sprays, within original box, 38cm long £120-140
677.    Collection of interesting items to include a Mary Gregory type glass beaker with typical overlay decoration, a lidded cloisonne pot, a measuring tool, a porcelain hen egg basket and others £30-50
678.    Two similar table top magnifying scopes £30-50
679.    Vintage walnut cased opticians lens set £50-80
680.    Interesting novelty treacle glaze pottery liqueur bottle in the form of a boot £30-50
681.    Taxidermy interest - interesting brass mounted stand dish/inkwell mounted to a deer hoof, 15cm high £30-50
682.    Pair of stainless steel medical stirrups with chains £30-50
683.    Interesting gilt metal Jambiya, the sheath and hilt engraved with figures and birds within floral reserves, the blade engraved with an Islamic panel of a bird with gilt highlights, 38cm long in total £30-50
684.    Dollond of London signalling telescope no 9155, with leather cladding in brass £50-80
685.    Tessar Zeiss1:4,5 F-40cm lens, K Krauss - Paris number 150552 £150-250
686.    Vintage beech cased set of jewellers weights £60-80
687.    Child sized Chippendale style carver chair with pierced scrolled vase shaped splats and acanthus moulded cabriole front legs, 53cm high £30-50
688.    Set of twelve Wood & Sons 'The Charles Dickens Toby Jug Collection' ceramic jugs, together with a collection of resin pigs and fairies £50-80
689.    Gilt brass Corinthian column table lamp, 45cm high £40-60
690.    Brass Aladdin model 11 oil lamp with relief moulded opaline glass shade £40-60
691.    Victorian oil lamp with glass font duplex burner, and globular etched glass shade £40-60
692.    Brass Aladdin lamp model 23 with associated fretwork stand £30-50
693.    Three various table lamps to include one resin lamp decorated with an internal cathedral scene, a Japanese porcelain lidded ginger jar lamp and a carved gilt wood lamp (3)
694.    19th century satinwood and rosewood cross banded box, the hinged lid enclosing a baize lined interior, 32cm long £30-50
695.    Chinese rosewood and mother of pearl inlaid casket, the lid decorated with a pearl chasing dragon and phoenix, 29cm wide, together with a further Indian inlaid panel (2) £30-50
696.    Georgian mahogany tea caddy with conch shell inlay, the hinged lid enclosing a fitted interior, 11cm high £100-150
697.    Georgian mahogany tea caddy with conch shell inlay, the hinged lid enclosing a fitted interior, 11cm high £150-200
698.    Two Herbert Terry anglepoise lamps; one in brown, the other white £30-50
699.    Thomas & Williams of Aberdare miners lamp, 25cm high, together with a further novelty hoof table lamp, with mounted copper detail (2) £40-60
700.    Good collection of magic lantern slides, to include Uncle Toms Cabin Jack and the beanstalk, etc £40-60
701.    Cast bronze study of a seated labrador, 23cm high £30-50
702.    Collection of antique metal ware to include a copper coal bucket, a stylised pewter jug by Leo Pour and a brass ladle (3) £40-60
703.    Pair of mahogany and cast metal Corinthian column table lamps together with a further porcelain table lamp in the form of a ginger jar (3) £40-60
704.    Mixed collection of miscellaneous items to include an Eastern lacquered baluster table lamp, an arts and crafts copper faceted jug, a further arts and crafts copper tobacco jar and a collection of five vintage books - Butlers Lives of the Saints £50-80
705.    Novelty chrome ships propeller table lamp upon a turned wooden plinth base, engraved with an anchor and inscribed 'T.W Cherub 450', 30cm high £40-60
706.    Cast bronze study of a walking tortoise, 31cm long £50-80
707.    A collection of Chinese mother of pearl inlaid treen boxes, to include three rectangular and a circular example together with a further oval tray (5) £40-60
708.    Early 20th century mahogany and brass strap-work book slide together with a further oak and brass bound decanter barrel on stand (2) £40-60
709.    Georgian fruitwood tea caddy with boxwood inlay of conch shells and canted corners with pilaster detail, the hinged lid enclosing a fitted interior with two segmented compartments, 19cm wide £300-350
710.    An interesting Chinese cast bronze study of a tortoise with a monument on its back inscribed with various calligraphy and characters, 33cm high £80-100
711.    Gilt bronze study of a standing cherub with a raised arm upon a naturalistic base, 35cm high £40-60
712.    Two similar vintage bakelite telephones £40-60
713.    Pair of French spelter figures of knights on horseback, 38cm high (2) £40-60
714.    Mixed gaming lot to include two mah-jong sets and further travel chequerboard games box fitted with counters (3) £60-100
715.    Mixed collection of interesting metalware to include stirrups and spurs £50-80
716.    Mixed car lot to include a Lucas car lamp, various car badges, a Jaguar car mascot and others £30-50
717.    Pair of Chinese blue and white porcelain ginger jar table lamps, with two apprentice chairs and a purple and white porcelain jug (5) £50-80
718.    Victorian pierced cast brass rococo ink stand dish, mounted by a cherub and with urn shaped ink well £40-60
719.    A French fruitwood table top coffee grinder, with brass and iron fittings, 32cm high £40-60
720.    Georgian mahogany serpentine knife box, the hinged lid inlaid with a flowering urn, enclosing a baize lined fitted interior, 37cm high £50-80
721.    Bale of London mahogany clad brass drawer telescope, with folding brass tripod stand and fittings within a mahogany case with inscribed sticker 'R.B. Bate mathematical, optical and philosophical instruments...', the case 36cm long £600-800
722.    Novelty cast iron candlestick in the form of two blackamoors carrying a sedan carriage, 26cm long £50-80
723.    Good quality Victorian cast brass twin stand dish, with pierced aesthetic details, with wrythen fluted glass ink wells, 38cm long £50-80
724.    Vintage Bush ivory bakelite radio £50-80
724A.   An Edwardian stuffed and mounted barn owl cased with landscape backing £40-60
725.    19th century coromandel and brass strap work domed casket, the hinged lid enclosing a velvet lined interior £100-150
726.    Tribal interest - two African stools; one on a triform base, the other carved with masks, 20 and 24cm high respectively (2) £50-80
727.    Tribal interest - South American/Inca archaic pottery to include three masks and one figure upon a wooden plinth base (4) £50-80
728.    Three vintage chess sets to include a Staunton style boxwood and ebonised set and two others (3) £50-80
729.    Burr-wood and satinwood work box, the hinged lid enclosing a two tier interior, 31cm wide £40-60
730.    Ebonised Japanned sheet metal and brass aviation compass, inscribed 'Type P4A no 55919T', 18cm diameter £40-60
731.    Good quality late 19th century burr-elm and brass bound gentleman's dress box, the hinged lid enclosing a segmented fitted leather bound interior with drop mirror and brushes, etc, 27cm long £60-100
732.    Cintel metal detector within original wooden box, the box 31cm high £40-60
733.    Collection of antique waxed wooden boxes for Rolls-Royce, R R Crewe £30-50
734.    Good late 19th century leather top hat box fitted with a grey morning hat, the box with various old labels, hat interior 20.5 x 16cm £100-150
735.    Three good cut glass light shades; two with copper fittings (3) £30-50
736.    Pair of French bronzed spelter figures of agricultural workers, 40cm high (2) £30-50
737.    1950s black baby doll £20-40
738.    Vintage GPO telephone receiver, in blue with ivorine fittings £30-50
739.    Two Chinese patinated bronze items to include a bell and a ewer £40-60
740.    Large box of costume jewellery £20-40
741.    Collection of brassware to include a table lamp, two copper bound match stick holders and a circular salver (4) £50-80
742.    Cast bronze bust study of Winston Churchill upon a black veined marble base, 34cm high, together with a further bonze study of two horses (2) £300-350
743.    Mahogany cheese coaster with turned ends and typical details, 40cm long £100-150
744.    A substantial Victorian mahogany lap desk with fitted interior and brass bounded borders and mounts
745.    19th century mahogany box with hinged lid and concealed drawer, 44cm long £40-60
746.    Collection of 19th century and later brass candlesticks (10) £50-80
747.    German cased nursery magic lantern with various slides, the box 32cm wide £100-150
748.    Mixed toy lot to include a boxed Hornby Duplo D1 through station, together with further Hornby carriages, two Airfix carriages and Hornby Duplo Bristol castle locomotive and carriage £40-60
749.    19th century continental violin in case fitted with two nickel mounted bows, all unlabeled £50-80
750.    Antique Chinese bronze baluster pot with traces of polychrome highlights, together with a further Japanese gold and silver inlaid copper teapot and further Chinese brass tea pot (3) £40-60
751.    Chinese cherry amber study of a standing Buddha with raised arms, on a carved wooden plinth base, 25cm high £30-50
752.    A pair of good quality heavy cast brass two branch table lamps with cornucopia, mermaids, bull rushes and dolphin detail, raised on white marble bases, together with a Persian cigarette box £80-100
753.    A box containing a collection of vintage dolls to include a wax headed doll and porcelain headed doll £40-60
754.    A 20th century Chinese scroll painting, decorated with various cranes amidst branches with calligraphy signature and seal top right, the painted 80 x 47cm upon a 1.6m length of scroll £60-100
755.    Tribal interest - antique tribal bow and arrow, both in cases £50-100
756.    1831 general officers Mameluke sabre by George Grant of Cork Street, London with Victorian Cypher to blade and with ivorine grip and brass scabbard £60-100
757.    Tribal interest - Carved hard wood Indonesian paddle with carved knop finial, 140cm long £10-20
758.    Unpolished coco de mer with hair, 30cm long £200-400
759.    A mixed miscellaneous lot to include a hand painted furniture pediment with a marine scene and lighthouses, a leather jewellery box, a collar box, a leather briefcase and two cushion cases £10-20
760.    Tribal interest - two carved elephant/large mammal bone masks, each 29cm long (2) £50-80
761.    Japanese cloisonne twin handled baluster lidded pot, with panels of birds amidst branches in various colours, 19cm high (af), together with a further cloisonne baluster vase with decoration of birds in trees, upon a green ground, 23cm high (2) £50-80
762.    Minolta 5000 vintage camera with Hoya 66mm skylight lens and flash, within a Hahanel case £30-50
763.    Cast bronze Benin figure of a tribesman, 22cm high £50-80
764.    Five various antique spoons; three in brass, one in copper, the other in bronze £50-80
765.    Tribal interest - pair of good African head rests together with a further similar African head rest and two Polynesian bowls (5) £60-100
766.    Collection of antique cricket stumps and bales, together with an over sized cup by Pilkingtons Porcelain, "The Ashes Tankard 1882-1992"; together with a further vintage cricket ball, binoculars, camera
767.    A box of interesting items to include brass ejector candlesticks, various flatware, treen carvings £50-80
768.    Meade ETX-70 telescope, with large lens stand and remote control £50-80
769.    19th century mahogany and brass boulle work writing slope with recessed handles, the hinged lid enclosing a fitted interior (af)
770.    Set of four matching brass twin branch wall lights, 41 cm high (4) £20-40
771.    A box containing a collection of various vintage toys to include a pull along chicken and various dolls furniture £20-30
772.    Interesting Chinese brass and copper kettle, with cast dragon handle, together with two cast Chinese trivets and others £60-100
773.    A box containing a large collection of pewter wares, lamps and others £30-50
774.    A box of interesting items to include various carved treen wares, porcelain and glass ware comprising a Japanese plate with character detail within a yellow border, 19th century cranberry jug and glass, a number of timber carvings, etc £30-50
775.    Student grade violin by John G Murdock and cased acoustic Yamaha guitar (2) £40-60
776.    A box containing a collection of vintage ales £30-50
777.    Pair of cut glass baluster table lamps, upon gilt stepped circular bases, 51cm high, together with a further collection of eighteen Stuart cut glass goblets £150-180
778.    A box containing a collection of cameras and photography equipment £40-60
779.    Art deco style cast chrome four branch ceiling light, 50cm long, together with a Victorian two branch candelabrum £40-60
780.    A mixed collection of miscellaneous items to include a collection of crested china, two continental porcelain figures, a vintage boxed battle game and a brass and wrought iron skimmer spoon (a collection) £20-30
781.    A box of interesting items to include a silver plated candlestick in the form of Nelsons column, a faceted cloisonne vase, a Doulton character jug, a collection of penknives and a JCB toy £30-50
782.    Pair of bespoke brass conical twin branch wall lights, with patinated decoration, 60cm high, together with two lengths/sections of half round reeded architectural mouldings (4)
783.    Good chrome novelty table lamp in the form of a vintage airplane, 51cm long £60-100
784.    A box containing a collection of vintage lighting, mainly opaque glass shades £10-20
785.    New and unopened Next 'Oxford' three light copper pendant bar £30-50
786.    Bow of interesting antique and eastern metalware £50-80
787.    A Lionel 0 gauge centre cab electric locomotive 254, with original box and two Pullman carriages, 610 and 612 observation car with track £100-120
788.    WITHDRAWN £50-80
789.    A mixed toy lot to include a Scalextric 'Super Stox' race set together with a totopoly set and The Gloucester Game (3) £30-50
790.    Good early 20th century folding writing slope engraved with various advertising panels for shops in Bath and Bristol, 52cm wide £70-100
791.    Cast metal figural three branch table lamp, in the form of a young sailor leant against a lamp post, with plaque inscribed 'Siffleur', 84cm high £350-400
792.    An Edwardian style three branch overhead light together with a further eight branch ceiling light (2)
793.    'Historical map of England and Wales' with key and town crests, 93 x 65cm, framed £20-40
794.    Two similar vintage velum (pig skin) light shades, one painted with ducks, the other with exotic birds (2) £10-20
795.    John Haig 12 Year Deluxe Dimple Whiskey, 40% vol, 75cl, with presentation box, together with a bottle of Knockander Single Malt Whiskey, 1975 Season (bottled 1988) 40% vol, 75cl with presentation box £40-60
796.    Single bottle of Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin La Grande Dame Champagne, 1989, 12.5% vol, 750ml, with presentation box £40-60
797.    Four bottles of Meerlust Vintage Oesjaar Rubicon 12.5% vol, 1989/93/94 and one bottle of Chardonnay 1996, 13.5% vol together with a further bottle of Nederbury 1978 vintage Oesjaar Dry Red Wine Private Bin, R103 £60-80
798.    Dalwhinnie - Double Matured Single Highland Malt Whiskey Distilled 1980, The Distillers Edition Special Release D.S.C 312 Limited Edition 1 Litre, 43% vol £80-100
799.    Football Memorabilia of the Late George Lowrie - 1919 - 1989, International Player for Wales.
Having been born in Tonypandy then playing principally as a centre forward for several English football clubs:

Swansea Town (August 1936-37) Total appearances 19 with 3 goals
Preston North End (1937) Total appearances 5 with 0 goals
Coventry City (1946-47) Total appearances 56 with 44 goals
Newcastle United - Transfer Fee £18,000 (1947-49) Total appearances 12 with 5 goals
Bristol City (1949-51) Total appearances 48 with 21 goals
Coventry City (1951-52) Total appearance 27 with 12 goals
He then joined Lovells Athletic in 1953 before retiring in 1956
International Appearance - 13 times for Wales (9 wartime appearance) 4 post war.

The Ephemera includes:
Match programme Wales V England at Cardiff October 18th 1947 score 0-3
Caricature sketches, newspaper cuttings and scrap books covering most of his playing years. Team photographs and match photographs, photographs shaking hands with King George VI @ Wembley Stadium, 27th February 1943 - England v Wales, score 5-3 to England - Lowrie having scored a hat trick for Wales - attendance 75,000.
Including his international shirt, Wales V England 1947-48 framed, together with his Welsh Football Association shirt in a yellow and green colourway - framed
(provenance by family decent)
799A.   Souvenir Album - commemorating Newcastle United's Promotion to the first division of the football league - season 1947-1948, presented to George Lowrie, member of Newcastle's promotion winning team - A Limited Edition Publication, by the Newcastle Chronicle and Journal Ltd - 1948
800.    Fine 19th century continental architectural table cabinet, decorated to all sides in tortoiseshell, mother of pearl, abalone and ivory, the top fitted with a hinged lid enclosing a mirror panel and baize lined interior, over twin doors set with four tapering columns, enclosing two short over three long drawers containing etui and bijouterie items and further rosewood writing slope, on a lobed stepped square plateau and square feet, 55cm high x 50cm wide £10000-15000
801.    A Steiff 1907 replica teddy bear, limited edition of 2000, with box and certificate number 01624, 60cm high, mohair finish £100-150
802.    A Steiff British Collectors 1907 replica bear, 1992 edition, with certificate and number 01609, limited edition of 3000, 60cm high, with mohair plush finish £100-150
803.    A Steiff reproduction 1906 teddy bear, blonde 43, limited to 5000 copies with certificate and number 03976-1994, 42cm high £60-80
804.    A reproduction Steiff teddy bear, 1926 - 'Happy Anniversary' - 1990/91 limited edition of 5000, number 0371, 65cm high with mohair finish, box and certificate £150-200
805.    Steiff 1912 replica teddy bear, 19914 edition, limited to 3000, with box and certificate number 0374 in a black mohair colourway £100-150
806.    Steiff British collectors bear for the year 2000, champagne body, 40cm long, limited to 4000, with box and certificate 02994 £100-120
807.    Armand Marseille 327 model bisque head doll, size 11, with later costume £60-80
808.    An SFBJ247 mould bisque head doll with jointed body, size 11 £60-80
809.    A JDK Kestler 257 mould size 64 bisque head doll with composite jointed body £120-150
810.    A vintage style black mohair teddy bear with tweed scarf and small beechwood and rush seated ladderback chair
811.    A reproduction Steiff 1995 teddy bear 'Baby Alfonso' with Cossack outfit, limited to 5000, number 00848, in the original Bears Of Witney box, 24cm high £60-80
812.    A reproduction Steiff like bear in a brown mohair finish, 40cm high approx £30-40
813.    A large Merry Thoughts teddy bear - A Hanley's limited edition number 26/100, 60cm long £60-80
814.    Two Merry Thoughts teddy bears £50-70
815.    A Chiltern Ting a Ling Brewing Bear, cica.1950 £80-100
816.    A vintage plush teddy bear with jointed limbs and a further smaller bear (2) £40-60
817.    A Steiff reproduction 1909 classic teddy bear no25, limited edition 000492, together with a Steiff 1909 reproduction bear no406225, 35cm £80-100
818.    A Steiff bear circ.1966, with off white body, button to ear, 25cm high £40-60
819.    A Steiff teddy bear circa. late 1960s, with smoky white finish, button to ear, 35cm high £40-60
820.    A Steiff with faun appearance, button to ear, 020/36 £60-80
821.    A 1970s Merry Thoughts Hippopotamus in a green colourway, a small Merry Thought teddy bear and a further Merry Thoughts bear £80-100
822.    A Steiff model of a pig, 5414/18, a sleeping hare, make unknown and a Steiff anniversary bear 2002, number 660337 £60-80
823.    Two mid-20th century teddy bears, probably Chad Valley, 25cm long and smaller £50-60
824.    A 1950s Sooty bear, a 1950s hand puppet and a further Sooty type bear and a 20th century teddy bear (4) £40-60
825.    A Deans Rag book model of a black cat with up right tail £20-30
826.    A 1940s Steiff No Paw Pads teddy, 17cm high, a further Steiff teddy bear number 28 - to the ear 011733 and a further teddy bear by Steiff retailed by Hamley's number 0000805 £60-80
827.    A small Steiff bear - Dicky number 04716, limited edition of 5000 pieces, together with a further Steiff bear 'Jackie' replica of the 1953 original with box and certificate 03218 £60-80
828.    A collection of six vintage Chad valley Dwarves, together with an associated Snow White figure of later date, each dwarf approx 25-30cm high £250-300
829.    A collection of Sasha baby dolls, baby boy, baby girl and further dark skinned girl and Gregor baby blonde in nightdress, together with cylindrical containers £60-80
830.    Hornby Duplo 00 gauge locomotive and tender, Denbigh Castle, 2220 boxed, a 280 freight locomotive and tender, LMR livery 00 gauge number 2225, boxed and a 060 tank engine in British Rail black, number 2206 00 gauge £100-120
831.     A boxed Shuco Elektro remote control pond/free cruising speed boat, with original box and instructions £30-40
832.    Merrythought Millennium bear in box, with further Merrythought 'Hope', boxed (2)
833.    An Armand Marseille baby 351 mould doll, size 6k with jointed composite body £60-80
834.    An Armand Marseille 971 bisque headed doll size 7 with jointed composite body £60-80
835.    A quantity of good quality style dolls house furniture including dresser bases, gateleg tables, Chippendale dining chairs, pine dressers, folding screen and other pieces £60-80
836.    A collection of twelve Peggy Nesbitt model costume dolls, various characters including Abraham and Mary Lincoln, Lady Diana Spencer, Anne Boleyn, Jane Seymour, etc £60-80
837.    Ten Peggy Nesbitt type dolls, including Lily Langtree, Pearly King and Queen, Beefeaters, etc £40-60
838.    Eleven Peggy Nesbitt costume dolls, Piper, Highlander, Shakespeare, etc £40-60
839.    Three Pelham puppets, with original boxes, Pinky and Perky and Poodle £40-60
840.    A model showmans engine (Milestone Model Burrell Scenic Showmans Engine, Limited Edition Number 274/500) celebrating the 25th Great Dorset Steam Fair, (boxed - see image), a Crescent toys Saladin, Armoured Patrol towing vehicle, trailer and 25 pounder field gun no 2154 boxed £60-80
841.    Dinky Supertoys 905 Foden Flat bed Truck with chains, with original box 1955-64 £80-100
842.    Dinky Supertoys Guy van Ever Ready Batteries for life 1955/58 £30-50
843.    Dinky toys, 472 Austin van, Raleigh cycles with original box 1957-60 £40-60
844.    W Britains - Timber Trailer catalogue number 9560 with original box and display platform £15-20
845.    Three boxes of whimsical and fantasy toy vehicles by Corgi, Rio, Matchbox, ERTL and others £60-80
846.    Eighteen Peggy Nesbitt model dolls, all boxed including Queen Elizabeth II, Churchill, Prince Andrew, Queen Victoria, Princess Anne, etc £80-100
847.    A Pelham large size string puppet: Brown and white Cow in painted wood, with strings and springs and felt ears, 20" high £50-80
848.     A collection of vintage toys including a William Britains Home Farm Series Tumbrel - lacks carter - original box, a Curva building bricks set (for little builders) in original box, indoor croquet set, a box of antique glass marbles with white and orange swirl detail, 25mm diameter and smaller together with a miniature Breton carved dresser with raised plate rack, an armoire, spinning wheel and a 1950's Harrods wooden removals box £40-60
849.    A Hornby Dublo electric train set (in the boxes) comprising rolling stock and transformer, track, railways stations, etc, together with a collection of Merit station accessories £40-60
850.    An Armand Marseille baby 351 bisque head doll size 2.5 £40-60
851.    A small flocked celluloid lenci type doll in pixie costume
1001.   A Victorian style green painted cast aluminium garden terrace table of circular form with decorative pierced foliate detail, together with a set of four matching armchairs £60-80
1002.   Three weathered contemporary cast composition stone garden ornaments in the form of standing figures, various designs £40-60
1003.   A pair of reclaimed buff coloured crown top chimney pots of cylindrical form, 60 cm high £40-60
1004.   A pair of weathered cast composition stone garden urns of circular form with Greek key and grape detail (planted), 37 cm diameter x 38 cm height £80-100
1005.   A weathered cast composition stone campana shaped garden urn with raised grape vine relief detail, 60 cm high x 52 cm diameter (at flared rim) £40-60
1006.   A weathered cast composition stone two sectional bird bath in the form of a cherub, together with two further weathered garden ornaments in the form of classical maidens (3) £40-60
1007.   A weathered cast composition stone bird bath, the circular top raised on a baluster/vase shaped pillar and square stepped base, 68 cm high x 52 cm diameter
1008.   A weathered cast composition stone three sectional garden bench, the rectangular slab seat with geometric frieze raised on a pair of winged lion pedestal supports, 120 cm long x 40 cm wide x 45 cm high £40-60
1009.   A contemporary Lutyens style three seat garden bench and matching low rectangular table with two slatted tiers, both with applied labels Lindsey Plantation Teak £100-150
1010.   A small collection of mainly contemporary glazed planters of varying size and design, together with a folding picnic type table and a pair of directors chairs
1011.   A pair of weathered contemporary cast composition stone garden urns of squat circular and lobed form, together with four others of varying design £40-60
1012.   A large cast iron stove, the panelled front enclosed by a pair of bi-folding doors with removable basket to interior shaped tray and raised ball finials, 106cm wide £100-150
1013.   A pair of reclaimed buff coloured chimney pots of cylindrical form with simple ribbed detail, 90 cm high, together with one other similar but slightly taller example (3) £60-80
1014.   A Victorian cast iron fire insert, the arched centre with decorative foliate surround, together with one other grate
1015.   A reclaimed white and grey flecked marble, two divisional sink, 120cm long x 60cm wide x 17cm deep £40-60
1016.   A pair of iron work driveway entrance gates with simple scrollwork detail, 8ft span approximately £40-60
1017.   A pair of iron work entrance gates with vertical rails and simple scrollwork detail, 8ft span approx £60-80
1018.   A pair of good quality Victorian ironwork gates with vertical rails, spear head finials and weathered green painted finish, 5ft 4 inch span approx £80-120
1021.   A small Georgian style cast iron fire basket, the serpentine front with pierced scrolling acanthus grill, applied dogs, scrolled supports and raised urn finials, together with an ash collecting pan, 60 cm wide x 40 cm deep approx (overall size), internal basket 25 x 18 cm approx £120-160
1022.   A cast iron and steel fire basket of rectangular form with horizontal bars and squat square faceted pyramid finials, 50 cm wide x 28 cm deep (overall size), internal basket 44 cm x 22 cm approx £40-60
1023.   A Georgian style cast iron fire grate with bow fronted basket and raised back with sunburst design, 54 cm wide x 25 cm deep approx, internal basket 40 cm x 26 cm £40-60
1024.   A pair of cast iron Chenets with female head and shoulder bust finials £60-80
1025.   A cast iron fire basket of rectangular form and loose andirons with double scrolled finials, the basket 50 cm x 34 cm approx, together with a loose associated arched fire back with fleur-de-lys detail £50-80
1026.   An old copper with flared rim, riveted seams and weathered/verdigris finish (patched) 60 cm in diameter approx, together with one other smaller example (2) £300-400
1027.   A cast iron fire back of stepped arched form with armorial shield, crown and foliate detail, 60 cm high x 48 cm wide £40-60
1028.   A weathered cast composition stone D shaped garden trough, 64 cm long x 45 cm wide, together with one other (2) £60-80
1029.   A small weathered contemporary cast composition stone staddle stone and domed cap, 50 cm high approx, together with a further even smaller example (2) £60-80
1030.   A vintage ironwork floorstanding saucepan stand on six graduated tiers, 136 cm high £100-120
1031.   Two late Victorian brass fire irons with partially reeded handles, the shovel with pierced detail and diamond registration mark, together with one other (3)
1032.   A good natural stone trough of rectangular form with cut/notched channel, approx 100 cm long x 52 cm wide x 30 cm high £100-150
1033.   A reclaimed cast iron bedroom grate/insert with decorative organic Art Nouveau relief detail, 50 cm wide x 90 cm high approx
1034.   A vintage enamel sign of rectangular form, cream ground with red lettering La Guierche, 160 cm long x 30 cm wide £60-100
1035.   A pair of cast composition stone garden ornaments in the form of standing lions with raised front legs supported by balls and raised on rectangular platform bases with layers of painted finish, approx 70 cm long x 58 cm high £100-150
1036.   A weathered contemporary cast composition stone garden ornament in the form of a seated hound with two puppies, 70 cm high approx £60-80
1037.   A large and decorative cast iron stove with raised trailing foliate, face mask, classical figures playing flutes and pipes, acanthus and further decorative detail surrounding a central basket and pronounced fender, approx 90 cm wide x 122 cm high £200-300
1038.   A large salt glazed oviform jar/bottle with moulded handles, 65 cm high approx
1039.   A set of five Victorian cast, probably bronze, gas wall lights in the form of winged scrolling dragons with acanthus detail and shield shaped wall mounted plates £100-1202
1040.   A section of reclaimed 19th century cast iron balcony rail with pierced foliate, scrolling acanthus detail and weathered finish, 61 cm wide x 82 cm high £40-60
1041.   A good quality cast gilt metal framed firescreen with retractable decorative pierced fan shaped panels housed within framework with face mask, scrolling acanthus and shell detail £60-80
1042.   A console table, the green and white flecked coloured marble top with serpentine moulded front raised on an open ironwork base with scroll, ring and gothic tracery detail, 170 cm long x 40 cm deep x 83 cm high £200-300
1043.   A small rustic pine bench with plank top and through splayed stick supports, 91 cm long x 18 cm wide £40-60
1044.   A reclaimed cast iron street sign of rectangular form with stepped corners and raised lettering Sprainger Street 3, 90 cm long x 33 cm wide £40-60
1045.   A green glazed jardiniere containing a potted aspidistra
1046.   A rustic waxed chopping block of circular form raised on splayed oak tripod supports, 54 cm in diameter x 80 cm high £80-120
1047.   A composite stone lions head wall mask together with a pestle and mortar
1048.   A reclaimed iron framed exterior public house sign of rectangular form with twin sided painted steel panel with gold coloured lettering on a red ground, Mason's Arms, Georges £40-60
1049.   An Arts & Crafts iron work folding firescreen, the framework with geometric detail and scrollwork pediment enclosing wire mesh panels with applied scrolling acanthus and stylised dolphin detail, together with a similar log/coal bin of rectangular form £60-80
1050.   Taxidermy - a stuffed roan antelope head mounted on an oak shield shaped plaque/board with hand painted lettering Roan, N.W.Rhodesia, M.Crawshay and dated 1908 £100-150
1051.   A vintage pine framed folding step ladder (to be sold for display purposes only) £40-60
1052.   A conical shaped copper fire hood with pop riveted seams, 68 cm high together with one other
1053.   A vintage well used butchers block of rectangular form raised on an associated oak table base with central frieze drawer raised on four square cut and chamfered legs united by a moulded H shaped stretcher, the block 4ft long x 2ft wide approx £100-150
1054.   A pair of decorative straw work graduated bound thatched tree shaped finials of French origin £180-200
1055.   A 1950s/60s floorstanding steel kitchen cabinet enclosed by an arrangement of four drawers and two drawers and enamel slide/work surface, 84 cm wide x 176 cm high £40-60
1056.   A pair of cast brass andirons with knopped stems and paw feet
1057.   Taxidermy - a stuffed boar's head mounted on a shield shaped plaque £150-200
1058.   A cast metal balcony rail /window guard with simple scrollwork detail, 110 cm high x 100 cm wide £40-60
1059.   A cream glazed urn/olive jar with ring band, moulded handles with incised holes for rope to hang, 60 cm high approx
1060.   A reproduction cast light metal freestanding postbox, the simulated pagoda shaped tiled roof with crown finial, huntsman on horse back and further decorative detail, raised on a central pillar and rectangular stepped platform base complete with floor fixing bolts £60-80
1061.   A decorative rustic hanging bird house of driftwood construction with conical shaped roof £60-80
1062.   A hanging ceiling light, the square cast decorative pierced frame with trailing faceted glass drops, together with one other(2) £60-80
1063.   An Old English style hanging ceiling light of hooped form supporting twelve torch sconces with hammered finish, together with three triple matching wall lights £40-60
1063A.  A cast gilt metal hanging five branch ceiling light, with decorative foliate detail £60-80
1064.   A good quality cast gilt metal framed hanging ceiling light with classical flaming torch, laurel, egg and tongue detail, strung with faceted ball droplets £100-150
1064A.  A five branch hanging ceiling light with moulded glass stem and scrolling branches with flower head detail £40-60
1066.   A cast gilt metal hanging ceiling light, the five scrolling branches with foliate detail
1067.   A hanging ceiling light, the decorative cast metal frame with trailing floral and scrolling acanthus detail supporting repeating wire mesh panels with decorative moulded coloured glass flower heads £60-80
1068.   A brass hanging ceiling light with knopped stem supporting five scrolling branches £40-60
1070.   A good quality heavy cast brass fender with scrolled and fluted detail, 132 cm long x 35 cm deep approx £80-120
1071.   An unusual stripped pine freestanding breakfront kitchen cabinet/dresser of continental origin enclosed by an arrangement of cupboards and drawers, partially glazed and with applied moulded detail, raised on turned bun feet, 152 cm wide x 198 cm high x 54 cm deep £150-250
1072.   A 19th century stripped pine house keepers cupboard/press in three sections, the upper enclosed by three rectangular moulded paneled doors with shelved interior, the lower fitted with a side by side arrangement of six drawers raised on a moulded plinth. 182 cm wide x 53 cm deep x 197 cm high labelled to interior James Shoolbred & Co London £300-400
1073.   A good quality overmantle/full length wall mirror of rectangular form, the gilt frame with carved scrolling acanthus, egg and dart and bead work detail, enclosing a triple plate, 160 cm x 48 cm £60-80
1074.   A Victorian gilt framed overmantle mirror of moulded arched form, with scrolling acanthus applied pediment, 101cm wide x 120cm high £100-150
1075.   A large full length wall mirror, the stepped arched and moulded frame with painted and distressed finish, 230cm high x 110cm wide £150-200
1076.   A Georgian style wall mirror of rectangular form, the marginal gilt moulded frame with notched and tied foliate detail, 100cm x 65cm £40-60
1077.   A Georgian style pier glass, with hand painted bird in flight and floral detail to arched top and gilded slip, 76cm high x 36cm wide £120-160
1078.   A Georgian style wall mirror, the moulded gilt frame with fret carved outline enclosing a mirror plate and hand painted floral still life, 106 x 60 cm approx £40-60
1079.   An Art Deco style frameless wall mirror of rectangular form with canted top corners and geometric detail, 91 cm x 64 cm
1080.   An Art Deco style wall mirror, the stepped frame enclosing segmented peach tinted and clear mirror panels with applied jewel stone detail, 117 cm x 76 cm £60-80
1081.   A 19th century gilt framed wall mirror of oval form, with raised and trailing harebell and scrolling acanthus detail, 97cm x 55cm approx, together with one other (2) £100-150
1082.   A Georgian style pine framed wall mirror of rectangular form, the gilt frame with raised flowering urn and further trailing foliate detail, 124cm high x 76cm wide £60-80
1083.   An early 20th century frameless wall mirror, with bevelled edge surround, fan shaped chinoiserie panels, 77cm wide x 46cm high £40-60
1084.   A large shield shaped wall mirror, the carved pine frame with foliate detail, 118 cm high x 90 cm wide approx £40-60
1085.   A reproduction Regency style convex wall mirror, with ebonised reeded slip and ball surround, 46cm diameter, together with four further wall mirrors of varying design (5) £40-60
1086.   A Victorian gilt framed overmantle mirror of moulded arched form, with bun feet, 125cm wide x 80cm high £60-80
1087.   An overmantle mirror of rectangular form, with carved and moulded frame enclosing a arched bevelled edged plate, 128cm wide x 76cm high £120-150
1088.   A 19th century wall mirror of elongated rectangular form, with shaped outline, gilt moulded frame and green painted marginal surround, 150 cm long x 39 cm high £40-60
1089.   A wall mirror of rectangular form, the veneered and inlaid frame with stepped and moulded surround, 119 x 68cm £40-60
1090.   A Gothic revival wall mirror of arched form with raised pinnacle, enclosing a pair of lancet shaped mirror panels and distressed framework, 118cm high x 60cm wide £60-80
1091.   A 19th century wall mirror, the rectangular plate enclosed within an unusual burrwood frame with serpentine outline, 90 cm x 78 cm £60-80
1092.   A Georgian style walnut framed triple dressing table mirror, one other with simple gilt frame, and two small wall mirrors of varying design (4)
1093.   A contemporary wall mirror of rectangular form, with stepped and moulded gilt and ebonised frame, 140cm x 80cm approx, together with a narrow cast metal framed mirror, with bevel edge plate and scrolling acanthus detail (2)
1094.   A large contemporary wall mirror of rectangular form, with painted stepped and moulded frame, 127cm x 104cm £40-60
1095.   A contemporary Victorian style overmantle mirror, with stripped pine moulded arched frame, 102cm wide x 72cm high £50-80
1096.   A small Barbola type mirror of rectangular form, with foliate and fruit detail, together with a further mirror of elongated octagonal form with bevelled edge plate and brass clad frame with repeating shell detail (2)
1097.   A Georgian style wall mirror with gilt slip, moulded frame, and raised gilt highlighted HoHo bird and C scroll detail, 124cm high x 52cm wide £80-120
1098.   Two gilt plaster framed wall mirror of varying design, one with scrolling acanthus and shell detail £40-60
1099.   An oval gilt framed wall mirror with bevelled edge plate with pierced scrolling acanthus surround, 78cm x 68cm £40-60
1100.   A 19th century gilt framed and shield shaped wall mirror with moulded outline and pierced scrolling acanthus, winged cherub and satyr mask detail to surround, 80 cm x 70 cm approx £60-80
1101.   A Regency gilt framed pier glass,the rectangular plate beneath an oval repeating raised relief frieze and gilded floral detail, 88cm high x 55cm wide; together with one other wall mirror with painted moulded frame, enclosing a bevelled edge plate (2) £60-80
1102.   A contemporary wall mirror, the stepped geometric moulded arched frame enclosing numerous segmented bevelled edged marginal plates, 126cm high x 80cm wide approx £60-80
1103.   An arts and crafts style brass framed wall mirror of rectangular form, with raised relief coach and horses and sun detail, 92cm wide x 51cm high £40-60
1104.   A small rustic stripped pine framed wall mirror, with shaped top and applied heart detail, together with one other (2)
1104A.  A pair of late 19th century French oak bedside cupboards of square cut form with decorative grey and white flecked marble tops, over frieze drawers and cupboard with carved foliate detail, raised on scrolled cabriole supports £80-120
1105.   A Victorian style cast tubular metal framed single bedstead, with painted arched and scrolled rails and raised brass ball knobs, complete with slatted base frame and mattress £40-60
1106.   An unusual stripped pine floor standing corner cupboard, enclosed by a three quarter length mirrored panel door, beneath an open compartment with applied scrolling acanthus detail, beneath a stepped and moulded cornice, 200cm high £60-80
1107.   A Georgian oak cottage longcase clock, the square cut hood beneath a swan necked cornice, enclosing a painted square cut dial with 30 hour striking movement, subsidiary calendar and secondary dial by Cousens of Langport £60-80
1108.   A pair of vintage oak stationery racks with segmented interiors £120-150
1109.   A 19th century stripped and waxed pine side table, fitted with a frieze drawer, raised on square tapered supports, 71cm wide x 48cm x 68cm high, together with a further stripped pine kitchen table of similar size £60-80
1110.   An Edwardian mahogany smokers cabinet, enclosed by a pair of partially glazed panelled doors with bevelled edge plates, the interior fitted with small drawers and open shelves, beneath a shaped pediment £120-160
1110A.  Good late 19th century oak and fruitwood towel rail, with carved rococo roundels £50-80
1111.   A small Georgian style oak two sectional side cabinet, the upper enclosed by a pair of astragal glazed panel doors, over two long drawers to base, with moulded apron, 74cm wide (at cornice/widest point) x 175cm high approx £60-80
1112.   A 19th century pine blanket box, with stained and painted finish, hinged lid enclosing a candle box to interior, raised on bracket supports, 90cm long x 53cm wide x 55cm high £60-80
1113.   A stripped pine chest box with exposed dovetail construction, iron strap work hinges and lasp, raised on turned bun feet, 93cm long x 61cm wide x 61cm high £60-80
1114.   An oak side table of rectangular form, raised on four square tapered and chamfered painted supports and stretchers
1115.   A 19th century gout stool, with tapestry upholstered seat and scrolled back, raised on turned supports £80-120
1116.   A Victorian oak centre table of rectangular form with moulded outline, raised on turned supports, united by a further turned stretcher £40-60
1117.   A pair of eastern stools of hexagonal form with tan leather upholstered seats, raised on gilded supports with decorative pierced panels £120-150
1118.   A good quality old English style oak refectory table of rectangular form, the three planked top with cleated ends, raised on a pair of baluster supports and sledge feet, united by a broad moulded low stretcher rail, 168cm, long x 74cm wide £80-120
1118A.  Good vintage industrial gold bullion trolley, converted into a coffee table, with additional thick glass top and steel frame £150-250
1119.   A pair of iron work floorstanding pricket candle stands with X framed supports £40-60
1120.   A good quality cast iron hall stand, the raised back with scrolling foliate detail, over a coiled serpent base, with removable drip tray £100-120
1121.   A Globe Wernicke light oak three sectional floorstanding library bookcase with up and over rectangular glazed panel doors, raised on square stepped supports, 85cm wide x 116cm high £60-80
1122.   A contemporary reproduction floor standing terrestrial globe and stand, together with a nautical theme outsized table or floorstanding lamp and a pitch pine bedside cupboard with marble top, Capodimonte type figure group and a plaster figure of the Virgin Mary
1123.   A vintage fairground ride in the form of a motorcycle, with applied, overlaid chrome work and distressed painted finish, 130cm long x 90cm high £300-400
1124.   A substantial farmhouse stripped pine kitchen dresser, the base enclosed by four rectangular panel doors beneath three frieze drawers and recessed plate rack over, with three fixed graduated shelves, and tongue and groove boarded back, approx 250cm long x 240cm high x 53cm deep £300-350
1125.   Seven galvanised steel tote pans, housed within a portable fabricated stand £40-60
1125A.  An inlaid Edwardian mahogany display cabinet with satin wood banding and string detail, freestanding and enclosed by three glazed panelled doors over two shallow drawers and square tapered legs with splayed feet £100-150
1125B.  A low Chinese hardwood cabinet, the front elevation partially enclosed by drawers and panels with carved foliate and further detail £40-60
1126.   A Georgian oak mule chest with hinged lid and panelled sides, the front elevation enclosed by one real and three dummy fielded panelled drawers raised on bracket supports, 110cm long £80-120
1126A.  Arts and crafts dryad wicker lounge chair £50-80
1127.   A stripped pine linen cupboard of neat proportions, partially enclosed by a pair of rectangular panelled doors, over three long drawers with applied mouldings, raised on bracket supports, 76cm wide x 177cm high x 40cm deep £100-150
1128.   A Georgian style stripped pine floorstanding corner cupboard, partially enclosed by a pair of twin fielded panel doors beneath two fixed open shaped shelves £60-80
1128A.  an iron work standard lamp with faceted stem and shaped tripod supports
1129.   A 19th century oak and steel banded silver chest, with partially segmented interior removable tray and marbled paper lining, the front with applied brass plaque engraved Henry Wigan Esq, and further inset label, Mappin & Webb, Manufacturers, London and Sheffield £80-120
1130.   A 19th century oak or possibly chestnut buffet enclosed by two pairs of moulded rectangular doors, two drawers and turned and fluted column supports, 235cm high x 5ft wide £150-250
1130A.  Brass fender with raised gallery rail and rococo stylings £60-80
1130B.  A vintage 1970s Habitat chrome and glass coffee table of square form £40-60
1131.   A vintage Pye radio, with walnut veneered case, together with a Phillips Bakelite cased example (2)
1132.   A late Victorian bamboo three tier whatnot, with rectangular lacquered panels, together with a Victorian tin trunk and a Gecophone cabinet, an iron tripod and a dressing table mirror
1133.   A Victorian stained pine bedroom chest of three long drawers, raised on bracket shaped supports, 3ft wide £40-60
1134.   A Victorian stained pine bedroom chest of three long and two short drawers, a further Victorian stained pine blanket box and kitchen table fitted with two frieze drawers raised on square cut supports (3) £60-80
1135.   A floorstanding steel framed three fold screen, with open slatted arched panels
1136.   Set of four 1920s oak rail back dining chairs, with drop in seats and bobbin turnings
1137.   Eight (6+2) 19th century mahogany bar back dining chairs, with drop in upholstered seats and turned forelegs, (slight variant in design)
1137A.  A Victorian brass fender with pierced grill and lions paw feet, 112 cm long approx, together with two further smaller examples of varying design (3), a brass framed folding spark guard and a tea tray of rectangular form with carved foliate detail together with - After Frank Gillett - Set of three coloured prints of hunting subjects, 39 x 49cm, a pair of humorous coloured Chas Crombie of golfing subjects, 27 x 32cm, an oil painting on canvas of a coastal scene with sea birds etc. various sizes, all framed
1138.   A vintage coach built pram, with dark green painted livery and white line detail, sprung frame, wire spoke wheels and hard rubber tyres £40-60
1139.   A contemporary child's rocking horse with beechwood frame £60-80
1139A.  A vintage ash and beechwood sledge with slatted seat
1140.   Six stacking retro dining chairs with moulded plastic seats and shaped backs (varying colourway) raised on polished tubular supports (6) (option to buy the following matching lot at the same hammer price) £60-80
1140A.  Six stacking retro dining chairs with moulded plastic seats and shaped backs (varying colourway) raised on polished tubular supports (6)
1141.   Four Windsor elm and beechwood bar back kitchen chairs raised on turned supports and stretchers (slight vary in design) £40-60
1142.   A pair of 1920s oak rail back carver chairs, with scrolled arms, drop in seats, raised on turned bobbin and block supports £40-60
1143.   A vintage child's toy rocking horse in galloping pose with wooden and papier mache body and red painted rocker £30-50
1144.   A vintage fridge/cold store in the form of a blanket box with hinged lid and lined interior, labelled George Kent Ltd, High Holborn, London £60-80
1145.   Kitchen wares to include a selection of Stellars stainless steel saucepans, a Berndes cast iron and enamel two handled pan, etc
1146.   A Pioneer stereo turntable, model no PL-120, together with a Rotel stereo receiver model AX-202, together with a pair of M H Annexe floor standing speakers with teak veneered surrounds
1147.   A miniature/dolls size three piece upholstered camel back suite comprising a two seat sofa and a pair of matching armchairs, raised on turned supports, together with a light green glazed square tower ceramic table lamp
1148.   Two Black and Decker electric power drills, one other and a box of assorted screws and bolts
1149.   A collection of vintage transistor and other radios, to include Perdio, Grundig, Elan, Solid State and further examples
1150.   A pair of wicker hampers/baskets of rectangular form with leather strap hinges
1151.   One lot of various power tools, to include a Bosch electric drill model PSB600-2, a Black and Decker circular saw, a boxed Bosch IXO rechargeable drill, etc £40-60
1152.   An Edwardian brass rise and fall ceiling light, the strapped hoop with classical laurel and further detail, together with a further five branch ceiling light with glass shades and wrythen moulded stem £50-80
1153.   A Royal Doulton character jug Captain Henry Morgan D6467, an oval raised relief plaster wall plaque, a Noritake part coffee service, further miscellaneous ceramics and glassware, a cloisonne vase, small collection of vintage camera's to include an Ensign Autorange 16-20, a Samoca EE-28 Praktica MTL3, etc
1154.   A vintage Shearsons pine framed egg incubator, together with two sets of weighing scales of varying design (3)
1155.   A 19th century fire guard with wire mesh grille and brass rails, 107cm, together with one other smaller example (2) £60-80
1156.   A Victorian tin hip bath, the exterior with simulated wood grain finish £40-60
1156A.  An industrial adjustable counter balance work or reading lamp, with cast alloy base
1157.   Three vintage japanned tin deed boxes with fall fronts and loop carrying handles together with two small green painted rustic boxes (5)
1158.   A vintage wooden crate of rectangular form with segmented interior housing ten soda siphons, a couple with moulded lettering Josef Gall Oberwarth
1159.   Miscellaneous items to include an arts and crafts style oak toilet mirror, raised on moulded supports with acorn finials, a brass bankers type table lamp with green enamel shade, a set of cast iron kitchen scales and weights, a Brother AX-110 electric typewriter, a Pitney Bose electronic postal scale, a canvas holdall with lettering 'Captain CR Holt 317260' and an Antler attaché case etc
1160.   Two vintage terracotta crocks/preserving pans, with slip interior, together with a three tier Tala vegetable rack, kitchen scales, etc
1161.   A vintage green canvas and leather reinforced suitcase with painted initials TSH
1162.   Miscellaneous items to include a pair of 19th century brass taper sticks, a brass clockwork roasting jack, a pewter quaiche with impressed touch marks to base, a cast iron door knocker, cattle horns, oak candle box, various hardware etc
1163.   A vintage coopered oak table top butter churn, together with five pats including a mushroom shaped example, also together with an ex-GPO Kenyon's 'Kenlite'
1164.   A box containing a quantity of mainly cast gilt metal light fittings/components
1165.   A vintage shallow stained pine carpenters tool chest and contents £40-60
1166.   A 19th century wooden clad and reinforced trunk, with brass lock and hinged lid, label to interior, Restell & Co, Manufacturers of Improved solid leather port mantels
1167.   A vintage 'His Masters Voice' cased, portable record player, together with a Home Codascope with walnut veneered case
1168.   A 19th century oak and steel banded silver chest with slightly domed hinged lid £60-80
1169.   A vintage style trunk with applied/overlaid fittings with raised lettering Concourse, to simulated leather strap/handle £30-50
1171.   A Wurzburg model W8500 petrol driven generator £60-80
1172.   A vintage fibre and timber lathe bound cabin trunk, together with two others, two wicker hampers and a leather holdall
1173.   A vintage stained pine trunk with hinged lid and side carrying handles, together with a fibre cabin trunk with stitched leather side carrying handles (2) £40-60
1174.   A reclaimed stippled pine interior panelled door, together with a polished brass fender, a further cast iron example and a small collection of copper and brasswares to include a door knocker, cast brass trivet, etc
1177.   An E Gomme early G Plan light oak low kneehole dressing table with shield shaped frameless mirror flanked by trinket drawers and further drawers to base £40-60
1178.   A Victorian style stripped pine dresser fitted with nine drawers (side by side arrangement) beneath brushing slides and raised on a moulded plinth, 5ft long x 78 cm high £220-260
1179.   A late Victorian library bookcase, the upper recessed section enclosed by a pair of rectangular glazed panelled doors, with adjustable shelves to interior, the lower enclosed by a pair of panelled doors and two frieze drawers, flanked by moulded detail and raised on turned bun feet £60-80
1180.   A Victorian fibre and stitched leather reinforced basket lined domed top travelling trunk, together with one other smaller example with studded detail housed within (2)
1181.   A Maple & co inlaid Edwardian mahogany dwarf three sectional wardrobe, the central bow front enclosed by a pair of rectangular panelled doors over four long drawers flanked by hanging cupboards, beneath a dentil frieze, together with a matching kneehole three drawer dressing table raised on square tapered legs with spade feet £100-150
1181A.  E Gomme early G Plan oak veneered bedroom chest of four long drawers, with cast metal handles and square supports £40-60
1181B.  A Victorian wicker and canvas cased travel trunk together with a mahogany mirror
1182.   A set of four (3+1) unusual Ercol 496 dark stained elm and beechwood dining chairs, model 496, with tapered wavy ladder backs £200-300
1183.   A 1970s teak veneered floorstanding open bookcase, with three adjustable shelves, on square cut supports, possibly Mackintosh, together with a further teak floor standing side cabinet enclosed by two pairs of sliding glass doors, a teak veneered bedroom chest of five long drawers and a nest of three graduated occasional tables £40-60
1183A.  A pair of 20th century design lounge chairs with stitched soft leather upholstery and polished chromium tubular supports £100-150
1184.   A 1970s teak freestanding lounge unit or room divider, with configuration of open shelves, cupboards and a tower of three drawers, with sculptural handles, (probably G-Plan) £100-150
1185.   A HiFi music separate system comprising a Thorens model TD160B MkII turntable, a Morants compact disc player CD-60, a Sansui stereo cassette deck, SC1330, a Sansui integrated tuner amp, TA-300 and a pair of teak cased Hacker speakers model no LS1000D housed within a veneered unit £100-150
1186.   A pair of c.1950's/60's floor standing Capital HiFi speakers
1187.   A 1960s Afromosia two tier coffee table by Richard Hornby, of rectangular form with moulded outline, shaped ends and raised on square tapered legs united by a magazine shelf/stretcher 4ft long approx £80-120
1188.   A contemporary light oak two drawer side table raised on square cut supports, together with an associated swivel chair, and a similar light oak table of rectangular form with inset glass panel top and high under tier (believed to have been bought/retailed by Habitat), and a pair of further contemporary display cases, each enclosed by a pair of sliding glass doors £100-150
1189.   A vintage Simpson's Super Jet stand dryer, with five pronged cast alloy base,
1190.   Three vintage Herbert Terry & Sons Ltd anglepoise table lamps, with two tier square stepped bases, in varying colourway, together with three others of varying design (6) £60-80
1191.   A pair of Eltax Syphmony 6 Hi-fi speakers 150 watt, serial number 1367.08
1192.   1970s teak veneered side Hifi cabinet of rectangular form enclosed by a tambour sliding door with shelved interior, raised on square cut and chamfered legs with cap and castors £40-60
1194.   Georg Thams of Denmark mid-20th century low swivel lounge chair and matching footstool with buttoned stitched leather upholstery £200-300
1195.   Pieff of Worcester 'Eleganza' desk chair, with leather upholstery upon a chrome frame with five spoke base and casters £60-100
1196.   1970s teak draw leaf dining table, raised on angular tapered legs, together with a set of four low ladderback dining chairs with drop in upholstered seats, on turned tapered forelegs £80-120
1197.   A G-Plan Astro coffee table £40-60
1198.   A rustic elm coffee table with rough hewn plank top, together with a small oak occasional table of rectangular form with figured and burr top, raised on shaped supports with pierced trefoil detail, together with one other (3) £60-80
1199.   A pair of low 1970s G Plan teak veneered side cupboards enclosed by a pair of rectangular drawers beneath a shallow doors with pierced handles £60-80
1200.   A 1970s low and long teak sideboard, partially enclosed by two doors and four long graduated drawers, raised on square cut supports, 176cm long £80-120
1201.   An old English style oak coffer, with hinged lid and panelled frame, the front elevation with applied split mouldings £60-80
1202.   A good quality 1920s oak sideboard enclosed by a pair of rectangular geometric panelled doors with applied split mouldings, flanking a tower of three drawers with brass drop handles
1203.   A stripped Mexican pine floorstanding side cupboard, partially enclosed by a fielded panel door beneath two fixed open shelves, flanked by fluted and moulded detail £120-160
1204.   A Swedish swivel and reclining lounge chair, with stitched red soft leather upholstery and laminated five pronged base, labelled to framework, Mobel Team £60-80
1205.   A substantial good quality cherrywood side cupboard partially enclosed by a pair of fielded stepped arched panelled doors over two mock drawers with fall fronts, raised on bracket shaped supports 108 cm wide x 67 cm x 136 cm high £40-60
1206.   A Victorian mahogany twin pedestal dressing table, each pedestal fitted with four main graduated drawers, beneath further trinket drawers, flanking a full length mirror frame, raised on a platform base £60-80
1207.   A Victorian reading stand, the folding oak lectern raised on an adjustable decorative brass column with candle sconce, raised on a decorative cast iron base with lions paw feet £100-150
1208.   A Georgian oak and cross banded writing bureau, the fall flap enclosing a fitted interior of small drawers, pigeon holes and small cupboard, over an arrangement of three long and two short graduated drawers, 103cm wide £40-60
1209.   A stripped pine framed vintage filing cabinet with open fixed shelves £40-60
1210.   A stripped pine freestanding open bookcase with three adjustable shelves, tongue and groove boarded back, simple moulded arch, 107cm wide x 32cm deep x 140cm high £50-100
1211.   A Victorian mahogany hall chair, the shield shaped back with carved stylised dolphin detail, together with a pair of good quality Victorian rosewood balloon back dining chairs with carved acanthus detail, together with one other (4) £40-60
1212.   A Victorian mahogany bedroom chest of three long and two short drawers, with moulded outline and rounded corners, 114cm wide £60-80
1213.   A good quality reproduction Georgian style mahogany bow fronted bedroom chest with brush slide over four long graduated drawers, shaped apron and splayed bracket supports, 80cm wide £60-80
1214.   A Georgian oak countrymade bedroom chest of three long and two short drawers raised on later supports, 93cm wide £40-60
1215.   An Edwardian jardiniere stand and a reproduction book stand (2) £30-50
1216.   A pair of contemporary solid pine three drawer bedside chests with brushing slides and shallow raised backs incorporating a framed ceramic tile £40-60
1217.   A vintage, possibly French, child's toy wooden rocking horse with distressed paint work and folding wheels £30-50
1218.   A small Victorian pine bedroom chest of two long and two short drawers, with turned knob and handles and supports, and later all over later painted finish, 84 cm wide approx £40-60
1219.   A low Victorian pine bedroom chest of three long graduated drawers with turned knob handles, moulded skirting and later painted finish, 92 cm wide x 70 cm high £40-60
1220.   A small Eastern hardwood occasional table of octagonal form with carved foliate detail
1221.   A good quality Edwardian mahogany chest in the Georgian style of three long drawers (disguised as four), the lower enclosing a commode, raised on ogee bracket supports, the top with raised three quarter pierced lattice gallery £40-60
1222.   A Chinese contemporary hardwood three tier table of square cut form with inset glass panelled top, together with an oak two tier occasional table with geometric chip carved detail, (2) £40-60
1223.   An Edwardian pine bedroom chest of two long and two short drawers with applied classical tied ribbon and trailing harebell mouldings and all over later green painted finish, 108 cm wide £40-60
1224.   An inlaid Edwardian mahogany display cabinet with satinwood banding and further inlaid detail, freestanding and enclosed by a pair of rectangular glazed panelled doors revealing velvet lined shelves to interior and raised on square tapered legs with spade feet £40-60
1225.   A reproduction Georgian style mahogany three drawer dropleaf side table with serpentine front raised on possibly associated stained beechwood cabriole supports, together with a pair of continental ladder back dining or side chairs with rush seats and stained beechwood frames, one other, a inlaid Edwardian corner chair, Edwardian piano stool with shallow box seat and coopered and brass banded Jardiniere and two towel rails of varying design £60-80
1226.   A 19th century mahogany bedroom chest of three long and two short graduated oak lined drawers raised on turned supports, 105 cm wide £60-80
1227.   A 19th century wooden, fibre clad and steel reinforced travelling chest, the paper lined interior with printed label, John Pound & Co, Leadenhall Street, London
1228.   A 19th century mahogany bedroom and chest of three long graduated oak lined drawers, raised on square tapered ring supports, together with a further 19th century mahogany Pembroke table with partially ring turned legs with brass caps and castors (2) £80-120
1229.   A pair of contemporary Chinese hardwood low barrel shaped stools with open framework/supports £100-150
1230.   A Victorian rosewood veneered occasional table of rectangular form, with lattice patterned top, raised on four spiral twist columns and turned supports, united by a central further turned stretcher £50-70
1231.   An Edwardian pine bedroom chest of two long and two short drawers with applied classical tied ribbon and trailing harebell detail and later painted finish £50-70
1232.   A reproduction Georgian style mahogany veneered bachelors chest, the serpentine front fitted with four long graduated drawers beneath a brush and slide, raised on bracket shaped supports, together with a 19th century mahogany X framed stool with upholstered top, together with two further stools of varying design, together with a Victorian satin birch pole screen base/support with later circular top and two trays of varying design, one with painted finish the other with inlaid detail (7) £60-80
1233.   An Edwardian/1920s oak bedroom chest of two long drawers over cupboard enclosed by a pair of rectangular panelled doors raised on square cut and moulded supports, the shallow raised back with inlaid detail
1234.   A vintage light oak nest of six card index filing drawers, labelled Libraco, London £60-80
1235.   An early 20th century medium to light oak kneehole twin pedestal roll top writing desk, the S shaped tambour roll enclosing a pigeon holed interior over an arrangement of nine drawers within a panelled frame £100-150
1235A.  A small reproduction Georgian style walnut veneered chest of four long drawers with serpentine fronts and bracket supports, a further Georgian style dwarf bookcase, fitted with two frieze drawers with an adjustable shelf (2)
1236.   A Gordon Russell of Broadway Ltd pale walnut dining room suite comprising draw leaf dining table of rectangular form with single additional leaf, a set of four dining chairs with upholstered seats and backs and sideboard £80-120
1237.   A E Gomme early G Plan low light oak three drawer bedroom chest
1238.   A Georgian oak oval drop leaf gateleg dining table with a three quarter length end frieze drawer raised on eight turned supports united by moulded stretchers, to seat four £30-50
1239.   An Art Deco style walnut veneered side cabinet, enclosed by an arrangement of cupboards with well matched veneers over a shaped apron
1240.   A late Victorian walnut davenport with inlaid detail, the raised back fitted with four small drawers over a slope enclosing a partially fitted interior, and the usual arrangement of four real and four dummy drawers £40-60
1241.   A small Edwardian walnut bedroom chest of three long later painted drawers beneath a stripped top, 77 cm wide £40-60
1242.   A mahogany framed sarcophagus shaped box Ottoman with floral patterned upholstered panels, hinged lid, turned bun feet with integral castors £40-60
1243.   A vintage stitched brown leather suitcase with reinforced corners with brass fittings together with one other, together with an early 20th century folding occasional table or firescreen with glazed fabric panel and shaped supports (3)
1244.   A vintage beechwood metamorphic child's high chair with stick back and turned framework
1245.   An Edwardian walnut and figured walnut sofa table in the Georgian style fitted with two real and two dummy frieze drawers to reverse, drop leaves with serpentine outline, raised on swept and reeded supports with cast hairy paw caps and castors £60-80
1246.   A 19th century mahogany bedside cupboard of square cut and canted form, with marble top over a frieze drawer and cupboard, turned bun feet with integral castors £40-60
1247.   Two similar Victorian footstools of octagonal form with upholstered tops and turned bun feet
1248.   A late Victorian and later light oak kneehole dressing table/desk fitted with a central frieze drawer flanked by cupboards with panelled doors and moulded detail, 126 cm wide x 53 cm deep x 74 cm high approx £60-80
1249.   A pair of light steel two divisional floorstanding lockers with partially vented doors, 62 cm wide x 50 cm deep x 196 cm high approx £80-120
1250.   A Georgian oak and crossbanded hanging bow fronted corner cupboard enclosed by two doors with exposed brass H shaped hinges
1251.   A contemporary Italian style four drawer chest, the top with serpentine outline and all over scrolling foliate cladded finish £40-60
1252.   An Eastern Camel stool with leather pad seat and decorative inlaid mother-of-pearl and bone geometric detail £30-50
1253.   A 17th century oak coffer with hinged lid and panelled frame, the front elevation with carved foliate detail, lozenge shaped panels, scratch carved initials WP, June 3rd 1653 £200-300
1254.   A small 19th century mahogany writing bureau, the fall flap enclosing a fitted interior of small drawers and pigeon holes and central cupboard over four long graduated drawers and bracket supports, 65 cm wide £100-150
1254A.  A wirework fire fender with polished brass rail, 80cm £100-150
1255.   A rustic farmhouse kitchen table, the rectangular elm top raised on painted and distressed square tapered and chamfered legs united by a central H shaped stretcher, 177 cm long x 83 cm wide £100-120
1256.   A low carved hardwood centre/coffee table of rectangular form with central block supports beneath a raised plate glass top £100-1510
1257.   A Victorian mahogany bedside cupboard with later painted finish enclosed by a rectangular moulded panelled door beneath a marble top £40-60
1258.   A figured walnut piano stool with twin panelled front beneath a sloping hinged partially upholstered box seat with divisional interior
1259.   A rustic stripped pine side cupboard enclosed by a pair of rectangular moulded panelled doors with two loose shelves to interior, 102 cm wide £60-80
1260.   A mahogany plant stand fashioned from a 19th century Hepplewhite style bed post, the reeded column with wheat-ear detail and raised on a square stepped base
1261.   A stripped pine freestanding corner cabinet enclosed by a three quarter length partially glazed panelled door with three shelves to interior flanked by moulded detail over a long drawer and turned bun feet, 175 cm high approx £60-80
1262.   A reproduction Victorian style cast metal double bedstead of arched form with shaped outline and scrolled detail, complete with slatted base and Sealy Posturepedic ultra mattress £60-80
1263.   An vintage industrial wall mounted work light with adjustable stem and domed green enamel shade £60-80
1264.   A vintage Yale bench top cast iron hand operated key cutting machine/lathe stamped Yale, the Yale Towne MFG.CO., impressed M1005
1265.   An Indian hardwood occasional table with profusely carved foliate detail, shaped outline and supports £40-60
1266.   Three Sussex type chairs with turned spindle backs, rush seats and ebonised beechwood frames
1267.   A 1920s oak drawer leaf dining table with planked top raised on four spiral twist legs united by an x framed stretcher to seat four/six £40-60
1268.   A low industrial style occasional table, the thick pine planked top raised on four heavy cylindrical steel supports, 150 cm long x 86 cm wide x 37 cm high £60-80
1269.   A Victorian figured walnut veneered oval drop leaf Sutherland table raised on a pair of turned vase shaped partially fluted column supports and scrolled feet with white ceramic castors £40-60
1270.   A set of six 19th century French fruitwood dining chairs with central pierced and carved splats each different with carved birds amongst branches and mammal detail, over coloured rush seats raised on square cut and slightly swept supports united by stretchers £100-150
1271.   A substantial hardwood dresser base, fitted with an arrangement of twelve frieze drawers over shallow open wine bottle racks/shelves, 250 cm long x 50 cm wide x 90 cm high £200-300
1272.   A pine domed top trunk with painted finish and side carrying handles £40-60
1273.   A set of seven (6&1) Chippendale revival dining chairs with pierced ladder backs over upholstered seats with serpentine front raised on square cut and moulded supports united by stretchers £100-150
1274.   A late 19th century French open armchair with upholstered seat, padded back and arm rests within a gilt moulded and carved frame raised on shaped cabriole forelegs together with one other similar £80-120
1275.   A low bedroom chair with light blue ground floral patterned upholstery and pleated fan/shell shaped back £40-60
1276.   A vintage armchair with shaped outline and alternating silk green striped two tone, pattern upholstery raised on squat moulded supports
1277.   A Victorian gothic oak hall chair, the raised back with chamfered frame and pierced gothic tracery detail over a solid seat and turned forelegs £40-60
1278.   An Edwardian armchair with cream ground floral patterned upholstered seat, rolled arms shallow winged back and show wood frame with chequered inlaid and string detail raised on square tapered forelegs with flared feet £60-80
1279.   A Georgian style open armchair with tapestry upholstered seat and arched back with goat and sheep in woodland landscape setting, open shaped arms and cabriole forelegs together with one other with camel back, upholstered finish and swept supports (2) £60-80
1279A.  A Victorian nursing/ladies drawing room chair with beige ground fleur-de-ly patterned upholstered seat and back within a show wood frame, together with a further Victorian single chair and an open armchair with green dralon upholstered seat and padded back within a shaped carved and moulded mahogany frame raised on shaped cabriole forelegs £60-80
1280.   A Victorian prideaux with floral tapestry upholstered seat and T shaped back with ecclesiastical detail within a show wood frame with spiral twist columns and scroll cabriole forelegs £40-60
1281.   A Windsor elm and beechwood lathe back armchair raised on partially ring turned and tapered supports united by a double stretcher £50-80
1282.   A Windsor high hoop back armchair with pierced and shaped splat, swept arms, upholstered pad seat raised on cabriole forelegs united by a crinoline stretcher £60-80
1283.   A pair of wing armchairs with shaped outline, upholstered finish and stripped beechwood moulded and carved frames raised on cabriole supports £300-400
1284.   A pair of Victorian spoonback drawing room chairs with green ground and triform patterned upholstered seats, button back and arms within show wood frames with scrolled cabriole supports £300-400
1285.   A shallow winged back armchair with green dralon upholstery and loose cushion within a stained beechwood, shaped, carved and moulded show wood frame £40-60
1286.   A late Victorian drawing room chair with linen upholstered seat and button back within a carved and moulded frame raised on turned tapered forelegs and castors £60-80
1287.   A Victorian rosewood spoonback drawing room/chair with upholstered seat and back over scrolled arms and turned forelegs £60-80
1288.   An Edwardian walnut occasional chair, the curved rail back with pierced splats over a circular upholstered pad seat raised on square tapered supports united by a turned x framed stretcher and two ladderback chairs
1289.   A late Victorian/Edwardian deep seated easy chair with oatmeal ground upholstery, shaped arms, scrolled back, raised on turned bun feet with integral castors £40-60
1290.   A late 19th century Georgian style wing armchair with shaped outline and upholstered finish raised on square tapered forelegs with inlaid trailing harebell detail (for re-upholstery/in need of a loose cover) £80-120
1291.   A small Victorian oval drop leaf Sutherland type occasional table together with an Edwardian child's chair with cane panelled seat, a further chair with turned spindle back and upholstered pad seat, a bathroom/hall mirror with hinged box compartment and turned rail and a set of four Victorian balloon dining chairs
1292.   A reproduction hardwood floorstanding whatnot on four rectangular tiers with carved acanthus outline £40-60
1293.   A reproduction yew wood veneered floorstanding revolving bookcase of square cut form with inlaid detail £60-80
1294.   A vintage bentwood rocking chair with ebonised scrolled frame and pierced panelled seat and arched back £60-80
1295.   A low 19th century mahogany chest of three long drawers with well matched flame veneers and cast gilt metal handles raised on associated turned bun feet, 100 cm wide x 57 cm high x 34 cm deep £60-100
1296.   A 1930s oak dining room suite comprising drawer leaf dining table, set of four matching chairs with angular backs and drop in seats, inverted breakfront sideboard and side cabinet enclosed by three partially glazed panelled doors revealing an adjustable shelved interior, all raised on baluster supports with pineapple and further fruit and moulded detail £400-600
1297.   An inlaid Edwardian mahogany corner chair with pierced splats and upholstered pad seat raised on turned and tapered legs united by an x framed stretcher, together with a further inlaid Edwardian lightweight open elbow chair (2) £40-60
1298.   An Arts & Crafts oak rocking chair with drop in seat and vertical splats with simple inlaid detail and tapered supports united by stretchers £60-80
1299.   An Ercol golden dawn elm and beechwood oval drop leaf dining table raised on splayed square cut and moulded legs united by an x framed stretcher together with a set of four associated dining chairs with triple shaped splat backs with fleur-de-ly detail £60-80
1300.   A stained softwood blanket chest with hinged lid and sledge supports £60-80
1301.   A substantial Victorian mahogany bedroom chest fitted with one deep drawer over three further long graduated drawers with turned knob handles flanked by rounded corners and raised on turned bun feet, 4ft wide approx £80-120
1302.   A Victorian mahogany bedside cupboard enclosed by an arched moulded panelled door with flame veneers and raised on a moulded plinth £40-60
1303.   An Edwardian mahogany floorstanding pedestal sheet music cabinet fitted with ten drawers with drop handles and fall fronts, raised on turned bun feet £60-80
1304.   A Georgian oak and mahogany crossbanded hanging corner cupboard enclosed by a single door with inlaid shell detail over one real and two dummy drawers, the interior fitted with three shaped shelves £40-60
1305.   A reproduction Louis XV style two tier occasional table of oval form with cube patterned top over a frieze drawer with cast gilt metal mounts and raised on shaped supports £40-60
1305A.  A pair of light oak bedside cupboards of square cut form, partially enclosed by a single door, beneath an open compartment and inset glass panel top £40-60
1306.   A cream painted wicker bedroom chest of three long bow fronted drawers, 85 cm wide
1307.   An Arts & Crafts three tier whatnot/stand of square cut form with ebonised frame and arched rails raised on tapered supports and flared feet, together with an Edwardian/1920s wine table in the Georgian style with chinoiserie decoration/finish £50-70
1308.   A 19th century mahogany shield shaped toilet mirror, raised on a platform/box base with serpentine front fitted with three frieze drawers raised on ogee bracket supports, together with a Georgian style mahogany stool of rectangular form raised on square cut and moulded supports (2) £40-60
1309.   A small reproduction Jaycee, three drawer oak chest with carved detail and turned acorn handles
1310.   A 1970s teak bedroom chest of four long drawers (probably G Plan) with centralised sculptural handles and slightly recessed plinth together with one other of three long and two short drawers (2) £40-60
1311.   A pair of reproduction Regency style mahogany veneered demi-lune side tables raised on square tapered swept and moulded supports
1312.   A pair of chromium plated hat and coat stands with square columns and cruciform bases £60-80
1313.   A 1970s G plan teak high board enclosed by an arrangement of cupboards and drawers raised on shaped and tapered supports, 188 cm long approx £60-80
1314.   A contemporary reproduction D end dining table with moulded outline raised on shaped and moulded cabriole supports with all over cream painted finish to seat six/eight
1315.   Four matching dining chairs with broad splats over upholstered seats raised on turned gun barrel forelegs united by moulded H shaped stretchers
1316.   A vintage Singer floorstanding tailors mannequin raised on an adjustable tubular tripod stand £40-60
1317.   A set of four mid 20th century bent wood chairs with stained beechwood frames and rexine upholstered pad seats together with a low open armchair with tapered and shaped supports
1318.   A set of four Victorian walnut balloonback dining chairs with floral patterned upholstered seats and padded backs within shaped, carved and moulded show wood frames raised on cabriole forelegs £60-80
1319.   A Victorian mahogany wind out extending dining table of rectangular form with moulded outline, rounded corners and three additional leaves raised on four turned, tapered and reeded supports with brass caps and white ceramic castors, 242 cm long x 122 cm wide approx £200-300
1320.   A substantial Victorian mahogany extending dining table with two additional leaves raised on four pronounced cabriole supports with acanthus and scrolled detail to seat 10/12, 250 cm long x 138 cm wide £200-300
1321.   A set of six mid-Victorian mahogany dining chairs with swept backs and pierced splats raised on cabriole supports with buttoned maroon coloured leather seats £150-200
1322.   A good quality Old English style oak oval drop leaf occasional table with moulded outline and carved frieze raised on turned bobbin supports united by moulded stretchers, together with a further good quality Old English style oak joint stool (2) £60-80
1323.   A camphor wood campaign chest with hinged lit and brass flush fittings £80-120
1324.   A standard lamp with spiral twist column and carved stylised dragon supports with paw feet £40-60
1325.   A Victorian mahogany tilt top breakfast/loo table of circular form with moulded outline raised on a squat turned vase shaped pillar and scrolled tripod to seat four/six £60-80
1326.   A set of six Victorian mahogany dining chairs with kidney shaped backs over upholstered seats and turned forelegs £60-80
1327.   A nest of three graduated G plan occasional tables of rectangular form with moulded detail, together with two retro table lamps of varying design, one with coiled, bendy adjustable stem £40-60
1328.   A nest of three 1970s Afromosia occasional tables of rectangular form raised on tapered supports, partially united by stretchers together with one other similar nest (2) £60-80
1329.   A White & Newton long and low teak kneehole dressing table with rectangular mirror plate over six drawers and moulded supports £40-60
1330.   A set of four reproduction Lancashire style ladderback dining chairs with rush seats and raised on turned supports and stretchers £60-80
1330B.  A contemporary light oak two tier coffee table of rectangular form, with moulded outline and square cut supports
1331.   A pair of pine three drawer bedside chests with later painted finish £40-60
1332.   A pair of small reproduction Georgian style mahogany veneered chests of three long and two short drawers, raised on bracket shaped supports, 2ft wide approx £40-60
1333.   A pair of decorative two drawer bedside lamp tables, the tops with serpentine outline and green painted finish with foliate detail £40-60
1334.   A 19th century mahogany free-standing open bookcase with four sliding shelves over two drawers with lion mask ring handles and raised on turned supports, together with one other (2) £60-80
1335.   A good quality old English style oak draw leaf dining table of rectangular form, raised on four turned baluster legs united by a central stretcher, 243cm long (extended) x 84cm wide, together with six (four plus two) country made ladderback dining chairs £150-200
1336.   A refectory table in hardwood, the rectangular top with chevron banding, raised on turned column supports with scrolled gilt highlighted sledge feet, 210cm long x 100cm wide, together with a set of eight (six plus two) matching chairs, with upholstered seats and back pads £500-600
1337.   An Ercol medium elm D-end table with moulded outline and single additional leaf, raised on a central vase pillar and shaped quadruped, together with a set of four associated high back dining chairs with gun barrel supports £100-120
1338.   A contemporary light oak dining table of rectangular form raised on four square cut legs, 180cm long x 91cm wide £60-80
1339.   An Eastern camphor wood blanket box with profusely carved foliate, landscape, figure and scrolling dragon detail, together with a similar smaller sewing box (2) £50-80
1340.   Georgian style wing armchair with shaped outline and floral patterned upholstery on a green ground, raised on cabriole forelegs, one of the back legs bearing a printed label 'Brights of Nettlebed' with barcode and number 300137 £80-120
1341.   A stripped pine framed draw leaf dining table raised on turned supports
1342.   A continental oak oval drop leaf extending dining table with three additional plain beech leaves and raised on turned supports £60-80
1343.   A set of six (four plus two) good quality reproduction Cromwellian style dining chairs with tan leather upholstered seats, studded panelled backs raised on turned and block supports united by stretchers £60-80
1344.   A Victorian oak hall chair, the tall raised arched back with carved scrolling acanthus and further detail over a solid seat and turned supports united by shaped stretchers, together with one other in the Cromwellian style (2) £40-60
1345.   A vintage pine framed box Ottoman/day bed with shaped and scrolled head rests, upholstered finish and later loose cover
1346.   Late 19th century open arm chair with floral tapestry upholstered seat and back, with scrolled arms and supports, together with one other and a cabriole leg stool (3) £80-120
1347.   Set of ten 19th century framed dining chairs with simply upholstered calico seats and backs, with carved lion mask finials, on turned tapered supports united by further turned H shaped stretchers £160-180
1348.   A reproduction oak veneered floor standing revolving bookcase of square cut form with inlaid detail £40-60
1349.   A 19th century three seat canape with serpentine front, upholstered seat, button back and arms within a shaped carved and moulded show-wood frame £100-150
1350.   A G Plan saddle back lounge suite comprising three seat sofa and a pair of matching armchairs, and footstool, teak framed with buttoned gold coloured velvet upholstery £200-300
1351.   A 1970s teak coffee table of rectangular form with central inset glass panel, raised on four shaped supports united by a high under centralised tier £40-60
1352.   An art deco style three piece suite with shaped outline and original embossed rexine floral and geometric patterned upholstery comprising two seat sofa and a pair of matching armchairs £60-80
1353.   A Howard style low deep seated lounge chair with shaped arms, beige ground and partial tapestry style upholstery with two loose squab feather filled cushions over a tasseled fringe with simple square cut legs with integral castors £60-80
1354.   A substantial contemporary sofa with plum ground upholstery and tan leather trim, simulated patchwork upholstered cushions (dismantles into two sections for ease of removal), 235cm long approx £60-80
1355.   A pair of late 19th century continental open armchairs, with later stylised patterned upholstered seats and slightly arched backs over stained beechwood carved and scrolled arms and supports with acanthus and further detail £100-150
1356.   A Victorian nursing chair with upholstered finish raised on ebonised supports with brass caps and further ebonised ceramic castors
1357.   A late regency/William IV double scroll arm sofa, the carved and moulded show-wood frame with shell beaded and further detail raised on fluted legs with brass caps and brown ceramic castors, 210cm long approx £200-300
1358.   Withdrawn
1359.   A Victorian two/three seat Chesterfield sofa with plum ground floral patterned upholstery and button back, raised on squat turned forelegs with brown ceramic castors, 175cm long approx £60-80
1360.   A Victorian style button back drawing room or bedroom chair with shaped outline and light blue lattice patterned upholstery, with drop fringe covering simple turned tapered forelegs £60-80
1360A.  A aluminium travelling trunk/case with applied shield shaped label - Verlin Brussels
1361.   An Eastern camphor wood coffer with profusely carved junk, foliate and further detail, together with a similar low occasional table of rectangular form and nest of tables £80-120
1362.   A Victorian walnut veneered trumpet shaped sewing/work table, the octagonal top with inlaid detail and hinged lid enclosing a segmented interior raised on shaped tripod supports, together with a gilt wood occasional or salon chair with turned and fluted spindle back, cane panelled seat and further classical detailing £40-60
1363.   A Victorian mahogany bedroom chest of three long and two short graduated drawers with moulded outline and canted corners, 115cm wide approx £40-60
1364.   A Victorian mahogany washstand, the rectangular top with moulded outline over a cushioned frieze drawer, raised on a pair of spiral twist columns and bun supports united by a central shaped platform stretcher £40-60
1365.   An Eastern camphor wood blanket box with carved figural, bridge, temple and landscape scenes, together with a matching bureau occasional table and nest of three further occasional tables (4) £80-120
1366.   A Victorian mahogany wardrobe enclosed by a pair of full length arched moulded panelled doors (originally central section to a larger four door example)
1367.   An art deco style walnut veneered two tier occasional table of circular form raised on shaped supports together with a rocking chair with cane panelled seat and back
1368.   A complete full size composite human skeleton, medical aid/study £60-80
1369.   Two similar 1930s continental oak bedside cupboards with moulded detail and coloured marble tops £40-60
1370.   An inlaid Edwardian mahogany triple wardrobe with satinwood banded detail, enclosed by three three-quarter length panelled doors, the central with slightly arched bevel edged mirror plate over two drawers to base £100-150
1371.   A Georgian oak side table with rectangular top over a frieze drawer, raised on turned supports united by stretchers together with one other and a dolls cot (3) £100-150
1372.   An unusual Georgian mahogany kneehole side table fitted with an arrangement of eight drawers, raised on square tapered supports and spade feet £80-100
1373.   Two similar floorstanding mahogany revolving bookcases of square cut form, with satinwood banded detail £60-100
1373A.  A small sized serpentine Edwardian revolving bookcase with central fan boxwood inlay £40-60
1373B.  An Edwardian mahogany small sized revolving bookcase £40-60
1374.   A Victorian satin birch shallow inverted break front twin pedestal writing desk, with triple inset leather panel top over an arrangement of nine drawers, raised on moulded plinths, 138cm wide x 60cm deep approx £150-200
1375.   A Victorian mahogany chiffonier bookcase, the upper recess section enclosed by a pair of arched moulded and glazed panelled doors revealing two adjustable shelves to interior, the lower section with cushion moulded frieze drawer over a pair of further arched panelled doors, raised on a moulded plinth with turned bun feet, 110cm wide approx £80-120
1376.   A Georgian mahogany fold-over top tea table of rectangular form, raised on square cut and moulded supports
1377.   Two good quality old English style oak joint stools with turned supports and stretchers £80-120
1378.   A Victorian mahogany bedroom chest of three long and two short drawers, with well matched veneers, turned knob handles and moulded detail, 115cm wide approx £80-120
1379.   A 19th century mahogany butlers tray of rectangular form with pierced handles and associated folding stand £100-150
1379A.  A vintage steel floor standing filing cabinet, fitted with fifteen indexed drawers, together with one other (2)
1380.   A Victorian walnut veneered side cabinet the associated raised mirror back with moulded outline and carved acanthus detail over a white and grey flecked marble top the base enclosed by three arched mirror panelled doors £60-80
1381.   A late Victorian/Edwardian walnut toilet mirror of rectangular form with bevelled edge plate, over a box base fitted with two frieze drawers, together with one other (2) £40-60
1382.   A low Eastern, probably Indian hardwood backed stool, with carved detail to top rail
1383.   An inlaid Edwardian mahogany kneehole writing desk, the raised back incorporating a pair of compartments with S shaped tambour rolls over an inverted T shaped leather writing surface and arrangement of five frieze drawers with satinwood cross banding, raised on square tapered legs with spade feet £100-150
1384.   An Edwardian kneehole dressing table/desk fitted with three frieze drawers and two cupboards, raised on eight square tapered legs with spade feet £40-60
1385.   An Ercol Golden Dawn elm dresser base enclosed by two twin panelled moulded doors and two drawers, 4ft wide approx £60-80
1386.   A Victorian mahogany Scottish bedroom chest fitted with an arrangement of four long and two short drawers with kite shaped escutcheon's flanked by turned columns over shaped tapered and turned supports, 4ft wide approx £80-120
1387.   A walnut and figured walnut veneered floorstanding sewing/work box with well matched figured veneers and folding twin brass hinged top enclosing a blue silk lined interior and raised on cabriole supports
1388.   A Georgian style mahogany kneehole twin pedestal writing desk, with green inset leather panel top over an arrangement of six frieze drawers (disguised as eight), with lions mask and ring handles and bracket shaped supports, 107cm wide £60-80
1389.   A 19th century mahogany whatnot with three square open tiers raised on turned supports with brass caps and castors £40-60
1390.   A moulded green tinted glass shouldered vase with air bubbled detail, 55cm high approx
1391.   A Georgian style walnut and figured walnut veneered demi-lune fold-over top card table, raised on cabriole supports £60-80
1392.   A regency mahogany piano stool of circular form with revolving mosaic patterned floral upholstered seat with central hare, raised on turned and swept supports united by stretchers and central screw thread £60-80
1393.   A Victorian mahogany shallow inverted breakfront side cupboard/dresser, fitted with an arrangement of nine drawers flanking a central arched cupboard and raised on turned supports, 110cm wide £60-100
1394.   A 19th century mahogany linen press with dentil moulded cornice, the upper section enclosed by a pair of panelled doors with four linen slides to interior, over a chest of two long and two short drawers with shaped apron and splayed bracket supports £150-250
1395.   An Ercol Golden Dawn elm dresser, the base enclosed by an arrangement of cupboards and drawers, with Gothic tracery moulded panels beneath a recessed partially open plate rack and glazed cabinets £100-150
1396.   A Victorian fire screen with glazed floral tapestry panel, within a show-wood frame with spiral twist columns and scrolled supports, united by a central turned rail/stretcher together with one other gilt framed example (2) £40-60
1397.   A vintage painted pine four divisional stand, of rectangular form with notch detail raised on square tapered and chamfered legs, containing four associated terracotta jars, partially glazed with loop handles £60-80
1398.   A 19th century oak two sectional linen cupboard, the upper enclosed by a pair of twin arched fielded panelled doors with kite shaped escutcheon's, over a base fitted with an arrangement of five drawers raised on bracket supports, 145cm wide £150-250
1399.   An Indian hardwood side cabinet, free standing and enclosed by a pair of three quarter length glazed panelled doors, beneath two frieze drawers and raised three quarter railed gallery, 60cm wide x 46cm deep x 118cm high £60-80
1400.   A 19th century medium oak armoire enclosed by three moulded panelled doors, together with a matching kneehole dressing table, a pair of bedside cupboards with marble tops and double bedstead, all with carved acanthus and moulded detail, raised on scrolled cabriole supports £400-600
1401.   A pair of impressive moulded glass chandeliers (electrified), the faceted stems supporting eighteen branches on three tiers, festooned with prism swags and droplets (af) £100-200
1402.   Two floorstanding shop display mannequins, boy figures with moveable limbs, raised on polished chromium platform bases £40-60
1403.   A cast iron pub table of circular form with pierced detail and face mask beneath a mahogany top, together with an associated bar stool with upholstered seat £40-60
1404.   A kitchen chopping block of square form raised on painted turned and tapered supports £60-80
1405.   A Regency carver chair with upholstered seat, scrolled arms and bar back, raised on ring turned and tapered forelegs £40-60
1406.   A 19th century carved oak side cupboard, floorstanding and enclosed by a pair of full length twin panelled doors, with carved scrolling acanthus, portrait panels, etc £100-150
1407.   An oak settle with box base, panelled frame and raised back with linen fold Gothic tracery and further detail £100-150
1408.   A 19th century mahogany occasional table of circular form with moulded outline raised on a vase shaped and partially ring turned column and scrolled tripod £40-60
1409.   A Victorian mahogany snap top occasional table raised on a vase shaped pillar and scrolled tripod £30-50
1410.   A Chinese hardwood occasional table of rectangular form with inset burr walnut veneered panel top, raised on square cut and moulded supports, partially united by stretchers
1411.   An Edwardian oak occasional table of rectangular form with canted corners and moulded outline raised on four square tapered legs, united by a central stretcher/under tier, together with an Edwardian mahogany floor standing towel rail with string inlaid detail and an Edwardian child's chair with partially turned spindle back and upholstered pad seat (3) £40-60
1412.   A fire screen of rectangular form, the moulded and carved frame with decorative classical tied ribbon, beadwork and scrolling acanthus detail, enclosing a tapestry panel £40-60
1413.   A small oak occasional table with carved top on stretcher base
1414.   Chinese lacquered four fold screen, inlaid with mother of pearl and abalone shell, decorated with panels of exotic birds and pagoda landscapes 92cm high £30-50
1451.   A Georgian oak longcase clock (lacks hood) enclosing a broken arch painted dial with floral spandrels, with eight day striking movement and subsidiary calendar and secondary dials, together with a further square painted dial with thirty hour movement
1452.   19th century oak and mahogany cottage longcase clock with square painted dial and floral spandrels, with subsidiary calendar dial and 30 hour striking movement, GS Ford of Newtown
1452A.  19th century stripped pine long case clock case, to accommodate a square dial, the hood with turned column supports and swan neck frieze £40-60
1453.   A Georgian oak cupboard on stand, the cupboard enclosed by a panelled door fitted with three shelves, raised on an open framework, with turned column supports, 125cm high x 64 cm wide £120-150
1454.   Large quantity of 1970s teak Staples Ladderax modular shelving system, comprising six cupboards/drawers, shelves, fittings etc £200-400
1455.   A fine quality Art Nouveau period sideboard, the lower section fitted with an arrangement of two cupboards, three drawers and central alcove, the raised back with cluster column supports and central cupboard, glazed panelled finish with overall good quality geometric floral marquetry detail and original brass strap work hinges and handles throughout, 1910 cm width £300-400
1456.   An antique human skeleton, 165cm high, set within a full length plywood carry case with original painted finish and internal fittings £1000-1500
1457.   A female torso mannequin with fabric finish, the timber arms with articulated joints and fingers, raised on a steel column and pierced tricorn base, 175cm high £100-150
1458.   A good quality Egyptian style day bed, with reeded and ebonised frame, with additional gilded highlights (to both sides) upholstered finish, 200cm wide £250-300
1459.   A mid Victorian tub chair with carved mahogany show wood frame with scrolled acanthus and other detail, upholstered in dark maroon leather with deep buttoned back £350-450
1460.   Poul Kjaerholm for Fritz Hansen PK22 chair, simply upholstered in black leather and raised on a brushed chrome framework, ID Number 52227310GFO, with card and booklet £1200-1800
1461.   A six piece French salon suite comprising sofa, two armchairs and four single chairs with cane panelled seats and backs, framework with further carved detail, with painted and distressed finish, of white colourway with loose cushions £100-150
1462.   A good mid-Victorian office chair with fluted mahogany supports and C scrolled supports, with horseshoe shaped back and upholstered seat in maroon coloured buttoned leather £350-450
1463.   A small contemporary sofa to a 19th century design, the arched back supporting scrolled arms, raised on turned ashwood supports with modern abstract printed fabric finish, with deep button back, 150cm wide £100-150
1464.   A mid-Victorian upholstered drawing room chair, the crimson and gold fabric with button back arms and seat and deep fringe base, supporting a central hand worked tapestry panel of geometric form £60-80
1465.   A five piece drawing room suite comprising a sofa, two armchairs, two single chairs, with painted and distressed framework in a pale grey and gilt colourway with recently upholstered fabric panels £150-200
1466.   Mid 20th century Swedish Cottex five branch floor lamp with chrome shades and adjustable arms, raised on a circular marble base £300-500
1467.   A 19th century gilded overmantle mirror of oval form with pronounced shell and C scroll mounts, 125cm high x 125cm wide (max) £100-150
1468.   An Edwardian winged armchair with feather filled cushion and later upholstered fabric on turned supports £40-60
1469.   A pair of late 19th century open armchairs in the French manner, with moulded framework raised on shaped supports with hand worked tapestry seats, backs and arm panels £60-80
1470.   A Victorian upholstered day bed with raised side and shaped back, with original buttoned floral material on turned supports £60-80
1471.   A pair of Edwardian drawing room chairs with feather filled cushions, scrolled arms and bun feet £40-60
1472.   A late 19th century French duet or window seat with upholstered top, raised on a shaped and moulded framework with painted and partially gilded finish, with floral detail, 90cm wide
1473.   A Laura Ashley Chichester chair upholstered in a mid tan coloured leather, the arched back supporting scrolled arms £180-200
1474.   A vintage style chromium plated hall stand with mushroom shaped hooks, central mirror panel over a four divisional stick stand, 100cm wide £150-200
1475.   A regency chiffonier with simulated rosewood finish, the base enclosed by a pair of brass grill doors, with pleated silk panels flanked by turned and gilded column supports, the raised back with scrolled brackets and further brass columns beneath a shaped pediment, 110cm wide £200-300
1476.   A set of four Charlotte Perriand style breakfast of bar stools with painted tubular metal frames and mid tan coloured leather seats £120-180
1477.   A good quality crocodile skin travelling case with pocketed interior and brass fittings by Alexander Clark Co Ltd, 125-126 Trenchard Street, EC, with original outer canvas covering, 51cm £80-100
1478.   A mid-20th century teak and beechwood hat/stick stand, the circular base with V shaped slat supports, with tapering central column £100-150
1479.   A carved timber naturalistic sculpture, in the form of a tree trunk supporting three large lizards, max height 2m x 1.40cm wide £550-650
1480.   A pair of 19th century bentwood elbow chairs with cane panel seats and backs on swept supports, together with two others (4) £80-100
1481.   A mid-Victorian mahogany four drawer writing or library table with inset top, raised on turned supports, 130cm wide x 98cm deep £200-300
1482.   A mid-20th century chromium framed table of rectangular form to support a glass top, together with four adjustable swing shelves in white melamine, 120 x 55cm £100-200
1483.   A 19th century continental mixed wood extending dining table, the base raised on four cabriole supports, united by a central vase shaped stretcher with eight additional leaves, 120cm wide x 160cm when fully closed (when extended an additional 2m 30cm total length 3m 90cm)
1484.   A reproduction Georgian style writing desk, the concave centre enclosing a frieze drawer flanked by four further drawers, with inset leather top raised on square taper supports, 122cm wide £40-60
1485.   A good quality contemporary mahogany four poster bed in the American colonial style, with four turned and fluted columns of matching designs with wheatear and tobacco leaf design set beneath urn shaped finials, complete with virtually new mattress, 155cm wide (5ft) max height of bed 220cm £400-600
1486.   A Georgian style hall porters chair upholstered in blue fabric with buttoned back £200-250
1487.   A good quality 19th century mahogany linen press of narrow proportions, the base enclosed by five long and three short drawers, the upper section enclosed by two panelled doors, enclosing three open oak slides, with well matched flamed veneers, 95cm wide £200-300
1488.   A Regency mahogany D end fold over top card table with ebony string inlay, raised on turned and tapering supports £100-150
1489.   A mid Victorian walnut and figured walnut writing box by James Dewsnap of Sheffield enclosing a folding writing slop with green leather writing tablet, segmented stationery compartment, inkwell pen tray, small drawers, etc, with cast gothic shaped handles and bramah lock £400-450
1490.   A mid-19th century teak wood two sectional military chest with original brass flush fitting handles and corners, 108cm wide £300-400
1491.   A well presented taxidermy figure of a fox upon a log base £60-80
1492.   A Georgian brass footman, the rectangular plate raised on four shaped supports with scroll handles £80-100
1493.   Antique continental three drawer commode in walnut with simple floral marquetry detail, raised on square tapered supports with brass ring handles, 110cm wide £80-100
1494.   An early 19th century oak drop leaf dining table to seat six, raised on six square taper legs, with gateleg action £40-60
1495.   A late 19th century Belgian machine tapestry panel or wall hanging showing a windmill in landscape setting to the foreground a heron in foliated landscape and within a further trailing and repeating acanthus leaf border, 200cm x 125cm £40-60
1495A.  A 19th century wall mirror of rectangular form, the stepped and moulded gilt frame with scrolling acanthus and further detail, 121 x 104cm approx £350-400
1496.   A small Victorian pine chest of two long and two short drawers with painted and lined decoration, 80cm wide £60-80
1497.   A good quality Georgian chest of three long and two short drawers, with chequered string inlaid detail and further satin wood banding, with oval brass plate handle showing a leaping hound and raised on bracket supports, 110cm wide £120-150
1498.   Victorian mahogany side table with three quarter gallery enclosing two frieze drawers on four turned supports, 110cm wide £200-250
1499.   A set fo four mid-19th century Scandinavian dining chairs in maple with bobbin moulded forelegs and backs, with reeded splats, with cane work seats £100-120
1500.   A 19th century mahogany lined sailors trunk enclosing a detachable tray and side box, the outer side with painted finish and brass banded borders with rope twist handles £100-120
1501.   A good Georgian mahogany and camphor blanket chest on bracket supports with brass carrying handles 105cm across £200-300
1502.   A good quality late 19th century American travelling trunk with embossed leather panels overlaid with ashwood lathes and further steel banding, the original interior with segmented compartments in canvas and with further applied printed panels, makers name LJ Duffy, 24 Baronne Street, New Orleans £150-200
1503.   An outsized cane work log basket, 95cm diameter x 75cm high £150-200
1504.   A vintage Japanese low occasional table of circular form raised on four pad feet, with lacquered finish, with floral detail within geometric bands, 80cm diameter £60-80
1505.   19th century mahogany side table with three quarter gallery, raised on turned supports, 105cm diameter £180-220
1506.   A Regency toilet mirror with faux bamboo mouldings, the box base fitted with three frieze drawers, with original painted finish, together with two Regency faux bamboo bedroom chairs with cane seats and matching painted finish £150-200
1507.   A Georgian pine mule chest raised on four bracket supports, the interior lined with Georgian wallpaper, incorporating an unusual interior of three drawers (disguised as 8) 105cm wide £350-400
1508.   An early 19th century mahogany chest of four long and three short drawers with heavy cast brass fittings, set within reeded ends, raised on fluted supports, 125cm across £100-150
1509.   An Edwardian carved pine rocking horse with well pronounced head and body, raised on a central rocker, overall length 160cm x 130cm hight (actual horse 135cm long x 100cm high) £200-300
1510.   19th century cherry wood buffet or sideboard, with central tower of three drawers flanked by two panelled cupboards raised on bracket supports, 180cm across £200-300
1511.   A small Georgian mahogany freestanding cabinet, the lower section enclosed by four long graduated drawers together with a brush slide, the upper section enclosed by two astragal glazed panel doors beneath a broken architectural pediment, 85cm wide x 198cm high x 41cm deep £200-300
1512.   Early 19th century oak side table with frieze drawer raised on four shaped supports, with shaped and pierced gallery supporting a further shelf, with overall carved detail, 46cm wide £40-60
1513.   Victorian ebonised and amboyna wood D end credenza with geometric marquetry decoration, two column supports and glazed doors, 160cm wide £100-120
1514.   An oak wardrobe of knockdown form (ie flat pack) the front elevation enclosed by a pair of bevelled edge mirror plate doors, over two frieze drawers with brass fittings, raised on scrolled supports, 223cm high x 140cm wide £60-80
1515.   An oak wardrobe of knock down form (flat pack) wardrobe enclosed by two mirror panelled doors, with bevelled edge plates, over two frieze drawers, on short carved cabriole supports, the interior enclosing four adjustable shelves, 227cm high x 140cm wide £80-100
1516.   A Georgian pine cricket table, the 98cm diameter top raised on three chamfered and tapering supports £100-120
1517.   A 19th century oak extending dining table, raised on a turned and carved pillar and four carved supports, with lion mask, fruit and other detail, the circular top 110cm diameter when closed, with two additional leaves (2m max) £100-150
1518.   A set of four Regency oak dining chairs, the splats with birdseye maple inlay and with carved detail, raised on fluted supports with drop in seats £60-80
1519.   A Regency mahogany tea table of circular form, the 140cm diameter top raised on a carved and foliated column and platform base with acanthus scroll and lions paw detail £200-300
1520.   A polished alabaster pedestal with internal electric illumination, 102cm high £40-60
1521.   A mid Victorian walnut and figured walnut pier cabinet enclosed by a single glazed panel door, with turned column supports, with string banded inlay and further chequered detail enclosing two shelves, 80cm wide £200-300
1522.   A mahogany bow fronted china display cabinet enclosing two doors on short claw feet £30-40
1523.   A good quality Georgian style pedestal writing desk, with inset leather top, fitted with an arrangement of nine graduated drawers with figured elm veneers, 140cm wide £150-200
1524.   Regency bergere work crib and stand, with twin baluster turned stretchers and brass paw castors, 130cm wide £50-70
1525.   A Regency mahogany sofa table, fitted with two frieze drawers, raised on a pair of lyre shaped supports, united by a central stretcher, 95cm wide when closed £100-150
1526.   A small early 19th century Zanzibar chest, solid construction with decorative geometric brass stud work detail, 48cm across £60-80
1526A.  A pair of carved oak hall/side chairs with scrolling acanthus, flower head aqnd further detail, with drop in seats, raised on turned bobbin and block forelegs united by H shaped stretchers, together with an Edwardian stained beechwood tub chair with cane panelled seat and back within a turned frame
1527.   Continental Kingwood and marquetry fold-over games table, with cast metal rococo mounts, baize interior and cabriole legs, 76cms high £250-300
1528.   Haddon rocking horse, with grey painted finish and pitch pine stand, 180cm long £350-450
1529.   A good quality continental serpentine commode, principally in rosewood, three drawers with geometric floral marquetry detail and ring handles, set within shaped supports and beneath a figured marble top, 95cm wide £200-250
1530.   A graduated nest of four Japanese occasional tables with lacquered finish, with seabird and wave detail, 65cm wide and smaller £40-60
1531.   A good quality mid-19th century planter, the table with profuse floral marquetry panels, set within a shaped outline, raised on cabriole supports with applied gilt brass mounts, the detachable tray top enclosing a zinc liner, 72cm max £300-500
1532.   An Edwardian mahogany ladies writing table with bow centre, enclosing five frieze drawers, raised on square taper legs, with brass cup castors, the top with three quarter brass gallery, stamped 'JAS Schoolbred & Co', 120cm wide £180-220
1533.   A Georgian mahogany snap top table, the circular top 73cm diameter, raised on a vase shaped pillar and three well pronounced supports £120-150
1534.   A set of six late 19th century mahogany dining chairs, the pierced splats with floral detail, raised on square taper legs with drop in seats £60-80
1535.   A mid-19th century mahogany centre table, the top of circular form with carved and foliated borders, raised on a vase shaped column with c scroll and further carved supports, 153cm diameter, to seat 8 £200-300
1536.   A 19th century oak framed drawing room or library chair in the Scottish manner, with spiral turned column supports and feet, with mid-brown coloured hide upholstered seats, backs and arm pads £100-150
1537.   Victorian mahogany extending dining table, raised on four fluted supports, to seat six, with single additional leaf, 150cm long extended, 105cm closed £150-200
1538.   Not lot £300-500
1539.   A carved and gilt window seat in the rococo style, raised on four scrolled supports with carved and pierced trailing detail, beneath an upholstered top, 125cm long £250-300
1540.   A circular two tier occasional table with geometric inlaid detail enclosing a single drawer, raised on square taper legs, 45cm diameter £60-80
1541.   A Victorian rosewood trumpet shaped work box, the octagonal top fitted with a games board, with fitted interior, raised on a carved tripod base £60-80
1542.   Early Georgian oak hanging corner cupboard, the panel door with carved detail and inlaid tulip marquetry decoration £80-120
1543.   A substantial continental bombe shaped commode with two drawers in walnut, set beneath a heavy marble top, with applied cast brass fittings, 140cm wide £300-400
1544.   A rustic pine bench with stick back, raised on simple chamfered supports, 142cm wide £80-100
1545.   A Georgian ashwood ladderback elbow chair, with rush seat, on turned supports £30-40
1546.   An 18th century oak Wainscot chair with panelled back and solid seat, raised on turned supports, with simple geometric zig zag detail £250-300
1547.   An 18th century oak coffer, the plank top with cleated ends, raised over a panelled framework, deeply recessed panels with geometric carved borders, monogrammed PWE, 150cm wide £150-200
1548.   A good 18th century oak linen chest, the lower section enclosed by an arrangement of three long and two short drawers, and two further secret drawers to interior the upper section enclosed by four shaped and fielded panels, within reeded and canted corners, with rising lid, 145cm wide (plus two keys) £350-400
1549.   An Edwardian dapple grey rocking horse, raised on a beechwood stretcher framework, overall size 120cm long x 110cm high (the horse 95cm long x 80cm high) £220-250
1550.   A Georgian oak cottage dresser, (west country probably Somerset) the open base raised on a stretcher framework with shaped outline enclosing three frieze drawers, the plate rack enclosing two graduated shelves, 160cm wide x 195cm high £300-400
1551.   An 18th century oak enclosed stool box with rising lid, moulded corners and panelled framework, together with a 17th/18th century joint stool on turned supports, and a further 19th century oak stool with bobbin framed mouldings £100-150
1552.   18th century oak six plank coffer, with steel lock plate, 95cm long £80-100
1553.   A Georgian style wing armchair, upholstered in an olive green leather upholstery, with buttoned back and brass stud borders, on square moulded supports £200-300
1554.   No Lot
1555.   An early carved pine figure of our Lord standing, the base further carved with winged cherubs, 65cm high £150-200
1556.   A Georgian Macclesfield ashwood north country ladderback elbow chair with turned top rail, raised on turned supports and rails with rush seat (stamped to back leg P Leicester) £80-100
1557.   A small Georgian oak low boy, with one long and two short drawers, with shaped apron, raised on square cut supports with brass fittings, 80cm wide £340-360
1558.   Two Georgian leather fire buckets, with strap handles and copper banded borders, retaining traces of original royal crests £40-60
1559.   An unusual wrought iron rush nip and double candle stand in wrought iron, raised on a circular base, a Georgian brass and copper roasting pan, with steel handle, a further iron ladle and a carved panel with Geometric detail £150-200
1560.   A simple 18th century oak six plank coffer, the front elevation with repeating geometric detail (later adapted with fall front) 82cm wide £40-60
1561.   A Georgian oak dresser, the base fitted with a T shaped arrangement of six drawers, flanked by two cupboards with raised and fielded panels, the plate rack incorporating three graduated shelves beneath a moulded frieze, 190cm wide £350-400
1562.   An 18th century oak coffin or joint stool raised on four inverted tapering supports, with shaped frieze £250-300
1563.   A small old English oak settle with box base, the raised back with carved detail set beneath a shaped cresting rail, 95cm diameter £120-150
1564.   A substantial 18th century oak and walnut side cupboard enclosed by two panelled doors, the front elevation enclosing six lozenge shaped panels, raised beneath a domed cover, 120cm wide £40-60
1565.   A 19th century Flemish settle in oak, with carved and pierced panels, further character panels showing a fisherman and his wife with twin rush seats, 135cm wide £75-100
1566.   A Georgian oak chest on chest of four long and four short graduated drawers, with brass fittings raised on short shaped supports, 130cm wide x 148cm high £200-250
1567.   A good early 19th century papier mache lacquered serving tray of oval form the raised borders with gilded flowing leaf detail, the oval painted panel showing a harbour inlet with villas sailboat characters, etc and in the distance a sharply rising cliff face with further houses, etc, 85cm max £60-80
1568.   Two pairs of good quality 19th century etched mirror panels, either architectural or showman's caravan, the large panels with reverse etched symmetrical floral detail, the smaller pair with further symmetrical decoration, all of curved outline, 95cm high x 65cm wide approx and 50 x 60cm approx £300-500
1569.   A matched pair of console tables with marble tops, raised on beechwood frames with applied brass detail, 95cm wide £250-350
1570.   A pair of 18th century elm armchairs with pierced splats and cresting rails, with shepherds crook arms and drop in seats, raised on four pad feet, together with a matching single chair £300-400
1571.   Taxidermy Interest - A large boars head, stuffed and mounted, raised on an oak shield shaped frame £80-120
1572.   A mid-19th century mahogany hall table, the circular marble top with turned outline, raised on a well pronounced fluted vase shaped column, with platform base and carved and scrolled detail, 100cm diameter approx £200-300
1573.   An old English style oak canopy style bedstead, the head board fully enclosed with eight panels, four with carved detail, the foot posts in an Elizabethan style with baluster and further turned mouldings, the footboard with further carved and panelled finish, set beneath a full 16 panel roof, to accept a 4ft6/5ft mattress, overall height 202cm £700-900
1574.   A substantial oak and steel banded strong box, with heavy lock plate and two further padlock hasps, with carrying handles, 85cm long £150-200
1575.   A set of four Regency mahogany bar back dining room chairs, the splats with carved and moulded detail, with upholstered seats on turned an fluted supports £150-200
1576.   A 19th century carved oak cabinet with carved and floral detail, the glazed up and over door enclosing a whimsical domestic scene with seated religious characters, 74cm wide £100-150
1577.   A Georgian walnut chest on stand, with three long and two short drawers, with cross banded detail, the base enclosing three further drawers raised on short shaped supports, 100cm wide £150-200
1578.   A good 19th century Gesso and gilded framed mirror, corner pieces with floral scroll and other detail, 125cm x 110cm £280-320
1579.   A good 19th century six tier gun rack (or hat stand) the antler hooks set on a shaped and moulded oak panel surmounted by a deer's head, 125cm high £120-150
1580.   An unusually small late Georgian mahogany secretaire bookcase, 82cm wide, the lower section enclosed by two panelled doors, enclosing three open slides, the secretaire drawer fitted with drawers and central pigeon hole, the bookcase enclosed by a pair of astragal glazed panelled doors, beneath an arched outline with column supports and ebony string inlay detail £350-400
1581.   An 18th century oak country made chest with rising lid, the front elevation presented as four long drawers (two false and two real) raised on bracket supports, 91cm wide £120-160
1582.   An upholstered centre school raised on four carved and moulded supports with acanthus and other detail £40-60
1583.   A Georgian mahogany bureau of four long graduated drawers, raised on bracket supports, the fall flap enclosing a simply fitted interior of drawers and pigeon holes, 105cm wide £150-200
1584.   A Georgian mahogany bow fronted hanging corner cupboard, with string banded inlay £60-80
1584A.  An oak ecclesiastical wall mounted reliquary stand with pierced trefoil detail and pointed arched canopy £50-80
1585.   A substantial 19th century brass telescope by Smith Beck & Beck, 6 Coleman Street London, printed on a polished mahogany tripod, with 8.5cm lens, max length of scope, 170cm £2000-2500
1586.   An early simple rustic pine six plank coffer with partially burnt finish, 65cm wide £80-120
1587.   A rustic oak cricket table, the circular top raised on three gun barrel supports, the top 75cm diameter, 62cm high £60-80
1588.   A pair of 19th century Chinese pine and coopered brass rice barrels, each of oval form, 70cm high, each enclosing an inner false base at a depth of 25cm £350-450
1589.   A late Georgian mahogany chest on chest fitted with an arrangement of five long and four short drawers with column supports on turned feet, 115cm wide £200-400
1590.   Two similar lamp or bedside tables, one fully enclosed drawer and two cupboards, the other partially enclosed by a single drawer, set beneath shaped galleries and raised on slender supports £80-100
1591.   An aesthetic movement cabinet attributed to Charles Locke, Eastlake, the lower section enclosed by two panelled doors and two cupboards around a central alcove, the raised back incorporating three adjustable shelves beneath a dentil cornice, with original decorative brass fittings, 128cm wide £800-1200
1592.   A polished white marble jardiniere stand with fluted column raised on an octagonal base with foliated detail, 86cm high £60-80
1593.   A Georgian ashwood ladderback elbow chair with rush seat on turned supports £40-60
1594.   Small 19th century mahogany linen cupboard, the lower section enclosed by two long and two short drawers, the upper section enclosed by two panelled doors with blind fretwork detail, oval embossed brass panel handles and raised on bracket supports, 113cm wide x 165cm high £100-150
1595.   A mid-Victorian period billiard or snooker score board, with ivory pointers, with ball cup sections below, surmounted by a carved and scrolled coronet monogrammed 'E' £150-250
1596.   19th century fruitwood armoire, the twin scrolled panel doors enclosing a shelved interior with fancy iron escutcheon, with wavy apron and short cabriole feet, 227cm high x 150cm wide £200-400
1597.   A Georgian bow fronted hanging corner cupboard, with chinoiserie and other lacquered detail finish, showing a hunting scene, pagodas, landscape, etc, with pierced butterfly shaped hinges, the interior fitted with three shelves £80-100
1598.   A narrow 19th century mahogany chest of four long drawers (disguised as 3 + 2) raised on swept supports with brass ring handles, 43 x 100cm £80-100
1599.   A contemporary Chesterfield sofa, with button back and scrolled arms on turned supports, 160cm wide £40-60
1600.   A William IV mahogany scroll arm elbow chair with carved detail, upholstered seats and turned supports £60-80
1601.   A good 17th century oak Wainscott chair, the panelled back enclosing a recessed arched panel showing the tree of life, within an arcaded framework, set beneath a carved and pierced crested rail with further character and parrot detail, with solid seat, on carved supports and rails. This chair stood in the Parish Church of St John the Baptist, Old Sodbury BS37 6NF, A faculty releasing the chair for sale, signed 5/12/18 by the Diocesan Registrar, is available for inspection in the auctioneers office and a copy will be made available to the purchaser £1000-1500
1620.   Francis George Coleridge (British, 1838-1923) - Pair of River Thames boating scenes, watercolours, signed, both 13 x 22cm, framed £200-300
1621.   A pair of oriental watercolours of pink and mauve flowers and foliage with character marks and text, 98 x 27cm, a further pair of smaller oriental studies of flowers and butterflies and an oriental silkwork embroidery, also together with a map of Somerset, all framed £30-40
1622.   Alfred East (19th century British) - Landscape with woman walking along a country lane, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1896, 33 x 43cm approx, in moulded gilt frame £40-60
1623.   Janes Hardy - Marine scene with shipping off the coast, in the 19th century manner, oil on board, signed, 28 x 39cm in moulded black frame with gilt slip £150-200
1624.   Early 20th century - Venetian scene with figures, monochrome etching, unsigned, 31 x 38cm, framed £25-30
1625.   Julian Barrow (1939-2013, 20th century British school) - Interior scene at Little Sodbury Manor, Nr Chipping Sodbury, oil painting on canvas, signed and dated 98, 35 x 45 cm, framed £250-300
1626.   Brockman (possibly Charles, 19th century British school) - River landscape with figures and distant hills, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1878, 45 x 81cm in moulded frame £50-80
1627.   Late 19th century school - Study of a peacock and study of sunflowers, oil paintings on canvas, unsigned, 94 x 33cm, together with an early 20th century oil on canvas of the virgin and child, signed with monogram ME and dated 1904, 60 x 29cm in moulded gilt frame £30-50
1628.   A collection of sporting related prints including a set of four 19th century coloured hunting engravings after Henry Alken, 42 x 60cm, a further set of six hunting engravings by the same hand, a further set of six similar engravings, a coloured engraving of setters, a painting on glass of huntsman and hounds, various sizes, all framed, etc £50-80
1629.   Vincent Byrne (20th century) - Study of a stable interior with dog and pups, oil on board, signed and dated 87, 40 x 50cm in moulded frame £40-60
1630.   Kurt Meyer Eberhardt (German 1895-1977) - Study of a young rabbit, monochrome etching, signed, 24 x 29cm, framed £40-60
1631.   Veronica Rourke - Study in the Victorian manner of a little girl reading and accompanied by her large dog, oil on canvas, signed, 39 x 29cm, framed £40-60
1632.   William Lee Hankey (British 1869-1952) - Study of a mother holding her baby, monochrome etching, signed, 20 x 16cm approx visible sheet size £60-80
1633.   Edward Raymond Payne (British 1906-1991) - Study of a male head with clasped hands, preparatory study in charcoal and coloured chalks, label verso, Cartoon by Edward Payne, with biographical and presentation details, 48 x 34cm £40-60
1634.   Two oil paintings on board, reproductions of early 20th century style advertising signs comprising Spitfire Beer, 78 x 58cm and Ogden's Guinea Gold Cigarettes, 59 x 37cm, unframed
1635.   Alfred Belhomme (Late 19th century continental school) - Full length study of a little girl in pink dress, seated and holding a doll, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1893, 81 x 60cm approx, in oak frame with decorative scrolling gilt metal inner slip £150-200
1636.   Attributed to John Thomas Barber Beaumont (British 1774-1841) - Three quarter length portrait of a lady standing in an interior setting beside a window, watercolour, with old label verso giving biographical details of the artist and provenance, 24 x 19cm approx in moulded and pierced gilt frame, together with an early 19th century sepia engraving after S Shelley - The Village Wanderer, 22 x 17cm in black and gilt frame £100-150
1637.   Attributed to Richard Simkin (1840-1926) - Equestrian study of a military officer, watercolour and bodycolour, 22 x 17cm, framed £30-50
1638.   19th century school - Tavern interior scene, oil on canvas, unsigned, 19 x 14cm, framed
1639.   19th century school - Scene at an encampment with pair of horses, oil on board, unsigned but with old label verso, attributing it to Wouwermans, 20 x 28cm, in moulded gilt frame £80-120
1640.   Ros Goody (20th century British) - Study of a gamekeeper, coloured limited edition print, signed, 92/500, 48 x 36cm, framed £40-50
1641.   L Aldridge (20th century British) - Shoulder length study of a man, watercolour and bodycolour, signed and dated 69, 43 x 31cm, together with further portraits in various medium including a bust length portrait of a bearded man signed Alan Kinsman, various sizes £40-60
1642.   D Lynch (Late 19th century British school) - Nativity scene, oil on canvas, signed, 71 x 91cm in moulded gilt frame £40-60
1643.   Charlie Johnson Payne (Snaffles, British 1884-1967) - Two signed coloured prints Merry England , 45 x 41cm, and If There Is Paradise On Earth, both signed in pencil, 47 x 69cm, together with a pair of further coloured prints after Snaffles, Melancholic Ceremony and Tambourine A Rowlin' with printed signatures, 27 x 18cm, all framed £80-120
1644.   Edward Slocombe (British 1850-1915) - Study of mallard in flight, sepia coloured etching, signed and dated 1884, 33 x 50cm approx visible sheet size, framed £30-50
1645.   Charlie Johnson Payne (Snaffles British 1884-1967) - Two signed coloured prints, the Sparrow Catching-Catching Sort, 48 x 44cm and The Timber Merchant, 48 x 44cm, both signed in pencil, both framed £100-150
1646.   Charlie Johnson Payne (Snaffles British 1884-1967) - Two signed coloured prints, 'Andsome Is, 48 x 44cm and The Gent in Rat Catcher, 40 x 37cm approx, both signed in pencil, both framed £100-150
1647.   19th century school - Three watercolour ornithological studies including a parrot, a bird of prey, etc, unsigned, 28 x 22cm, framed £50-70
1648.   Edward Hobbins (20th century British school) - Two studies of steam locomotives, The Princess Alice and The City of Lancaster, oil paintings on board, signed, 50 x 76cm max, together with two further similar oil paintings on board of the City of Carlisle and The Cumbrian Mountain Express, both signed R Bartlett and dated 80, and one other similar oil painting on canvas, various sizes, all framed (5) £120-150
1649.   F Chasemore (19th century British) - Vignettes of figures at the first boat race at Putney, with printed scroll inscribed By Uncle Peter, (coloured lithograph) 35 x 50cm, in burrwood frame £30-50
1650.   19th century British school - Half length portrait of a gentleman in black, oil on canvas, unsigned, 26 x 21cm in burrwood frame £40-60
1651.   Dorothy Morse Brown (British 1900-1995) - Study of a harbour scene, watercolour and body colour, signed, 39 x 28cm, framed £80-120
1652.   Archibald Thorburn (British 1860-1935) - Study of a Guillemot, watercolour, signed and dated 1928, 34 x 27cm, framed £200-300
1653.   Frank Rose (20th century British) - Landscape with thatched cottage and cattle watering, watercolour and body colour, signed, 37 x 63cm, framed £50-80
1654.   Robin Owen (20th century British) - Motor racing scene with Jochen Rindt, oil on canvas, with signed artist's label verso dated 1992, 92 x 61cm, unframed £80-100
1655.   Two oil paintings on board, reproductions of vintage advertising signs, for Aladdin Liquid Metal Polish, 66 x 54cm and Hood Tire (SIC) Dealer, 87 x 40cm approx £40-60
1656.   Frank Wright (20th century British school) - Study of a busy Thames river scape with shipping, bridge, etc, signed, 28 x 50cm, framed £40-60
1657.   Early 20th century British school - Landscape with mountains, watercolour, signed with initials EW, 32 x 49cm, framed £30-50
1658.   20th century Russian school - Study of a winter scene with domed and minareted building, watercolour and bodycolour, signed and inscribed, 23 x 18cm in moulded gilt frame £30-50
1659.   Early 19th century (Russian school) - Icon of The Virgin Mary holding an inscribed panel with Cyrillic text, with oil painted finish and punched and carved detail on a wooden panel of curved form in carved pierced and scrolling gilt wood frame, 62 x 49 cm overall size £150-200
1660.   20th century - Oriental oil painting on canvas, bamboo with birds, 45 x 91cm in simulated bamboo frame, together with a collection of watercolours and oil paintings of landscape subjects, including watercolour signed A Houghton, a pair of oil paintings signed Day, etc, various sizes, all framed £30-50
1661.   Attributed to George E Studdy (1878-1948) - Five studies of Bonzo characters on one sheet, watercolour and bodycolour, with monogram and dated 29, inscribed to mount - The House of Bonzo GE Studdy, 27 x 69cm, framed, together with a tapestry picture of the Holy Family on the flight to Egypt, 76 x 63cm in burrwood frame £60-80
1662.   19th century school - Half length portrait of a lady in black with gilt chain necklace and tigers claw brooch, oil on canvas, indistinctly signed Florence Nash? 61 x 50cm in substantial moulded gilt frame with oak leaf and acorn detail £150-200
1663.   19th century British school - Bust length portrait of an elderly bearded man, oil on canvas, unsigned, 60 x 50cm in moulded gilt frame and gilt slip £80-100
1664.   19th century British school - Half length portrait of a lady in black with lace collar and cap and gilt necklace, oil on canvas, unsigned, 75 x 62cm in substantial gilt frame £400-500
1665.   H Moore (19th century British school) - Study of a landscape with cattle, watercolour and bodycolour, signed and dated 1879, 29 x 45cm, framed £30-50
1666.   Pierre-Joseph Redoute - Set of four framed coloured prints of roses, together with a further volume of unframed prints of roses, a 19th century watercolour and cut paper collage of wallflowers in a vase, 36 x 46cm in burrwood frame, a pair of late 18th century coloured engravings after F Bartolozzi, showing Cupid and Psyche, 20 cm max oval in gilt frames, etc £40-60
1667.   CH Lemonier (early 20th century continental school) - Interior scene with a musical party of elegant ladies and gentlemen in 18th century style costume, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1909, 69 x 106cm in swept gilt frame £250-300
1668.   Robert Hills OWS (1769-1844) - Study of a standing pony, pencil, with inscriptions and with Covent Garden Gallery Ltd label verso, 10 x 14cm, framed £40-60
1669.   Carl Werner (19th century school) - Still life with fruit, oil on canvas, 25 x 40cm, together with a further oil on canvas by the same hand of a still life with blue and white vase of roses, 22 x 30, both signed in gilt frames £40-60
1670.   A fine quality Mogul watercolour and bodycolour painting of a palace interior with numerous figures, musicians, etc within a decorative border including figures, peacocks, running deer, etc, 27 x 55 cm approx, framed £150-200
1671.   Late 18th century school - Study of the head of a cherub in pencil and coloured chalk, signed with label verso Drawing of a Head by Ghiberti of Florence, circa 1440, 29 x 23 cm, framed £50-80
1672.   20th century - Three large oil paintings on board, Egyptian style figural subjects, unsigned, maximum size 180 cm x 123 cm approx £40-60
1673.   20th century - Oriental monochrome watercolour of galloping horses, 39 x 68 cm together with an unusual Eastern monochrome study of embracing figures, composed of horizontal strips, 54 x 40 cm, framed, together with two Mogul type watercolours, one of picnicking lovers, the other of an elephant, both framed £50-80
1674.   20th/21st century school - Study of ballet dancers changing, oil on canvas, signed Nash, 86 x 76 cm in textured frame £40-60
1675.   Robin Brooks (British Born 1943) - Marine scene with shipping off the coast, oil on canvas, signed, label verso "Off Berry Head" (His Britannic Majesty Brig Ferret - Out from Torbay with a Frigate and Lugger), label verso, 76 x 101 cm approx, also with small ink studies of shipping verso, in gilt frame and linen slip (displayed on staircase) £400-500
1676.   Robin Brooks (British Born 1943) - Marine scene with pair of battle ships engaging, one flying flag inscribed free trade and sailors rights, with further ink studies verso, 76 x 101 cm approx in gilt frame with linen slip £400-500
1677.   Christine Comyn (20/21st century) - coloured limited edition print of a reclining girl in red dress, signed, edition number 66/195 and with certificate verso - Little Secret and biographical details, 41 x 40 cm, together with R Heindel, study of a pair of dancers, coloured limited edition print, signed edition number 459/500, 60 x 89 cm approx, both framed £40-60
1678.   An unusual pair of deep gilt frames each enclosing a diorama incorporating watermill and other buildings, etc, constructed from stones and minerals, glitter, etc, 50 x 64 cm overall size, together with an 18th century coloured engraving of St Jerome in the wilderness, a coloured print after Giuseppe Castiglione of St Matthew, etc £30-50
1679.   A set of three Moghul type watercolour and body colour subjects including an elephant, rider and attendants, etc, 34 x 24 cm approx, a watercolour and bodycolour study of children picking buttercups, signed with initials AMC and with label verso A M Chance, Cobham, Surrey, 23 x 32 cm approx, together with a pair of coloured prints of ornithological subjects, various sizes, all framed £40-60
1680.   Eric Waugh (20th century British) - Study of pink geraniums, watercolour and bodycolour signed and dated 1980, 53 x 75 cm approx, framed £50-70
1681.   Paul Sonabend (20th/21st century) - Study of a cat with spotted coat, oil and mixed media with impasto, with Anthony Hepworth Gallery label verso, Paul Sonabend, entitled Catstraveganza and dated 1991, 43 x 68 cm approx in black frame with gilt slip £100-120
1682.   Mary D A Martin, (20th century) - Pair of coloured artist proof etchings of cats, both signed and with label verso Sophie on the Sofa 1 and 2 with Ivor address details, 14 x 20 cm approx sheet size visible, framed £40-60
1683.   Tiffany McNab RE (Australian 1965-2010) - A Still Life With Capercaillie, Fruit and Lilies, coloured limited edition etching, signed, dated 1991, edition 18/100, 53 x 46 cm approx visible sheet size £50-80
1684.   Tiffany McNab RE (Australian 1964-2010), Tiger and Palm tree, coloured limited edition etching, signed and dated 91 inscribed "Tiger in the Living Room, part two", edition number 2/100, 53 x 45 cm approx visible sheet size, framed, together with Alex Jennings (20th century), a study of a tree in blossom, oil on board, 51 x 60 cm approx, framed £50-70
1685.   Mary Harper (20th century), three signed coloured limited edition etchings of botanical subjects - Pink Sweet Peas, edition number 5/30, signed and dated 76, 37 x 44 cm approx visible sheet size, Green Hellebores signed and dated 76, edition number 4/30, 52 x 34 cm approx sheet size visible, both framed, Foxgloves, signed and dated 74, artists proof 1/2 out of an edition of 15, 76 x 53 cm approx, unframed sheet size £50-70
1686.   In the manner of John Piper (British 1903-1992) - City scene with classical style church at sunset, coloured print/mixed media, unsigned, 51 x 76 cm approx, framed £50-70
1687.   20th century school - Unusual ghost like study of a head, oil on canvas, indistinctly signed top right, 39 x 29 cm approx in red and gilt frame £50-80
1688.   Hilton, possibly attributed to Barry Hilton (20th century British) - Pair of surrealist style scenes with corridors, birds in flight, flamingos, etc, mixed media on board, both signed Hilton, 87 x 52cm, unframed £150-200
1689.   Anthony Gross (1905-1984) - Rural landscape with female figure, monochrome limited edition etching, signed and inscribed Jarlan, edition 28/40, further signed to plate and dated 31, 31 x 37cm approx visible sheet size, framed £200-250
1690.   Anthony Gross (1905-1984) - Children going out into the fields, limited edition monochrome etching, signed, edition 69/75, inscribed with title and further signature to plate, 33 x 39cm approx visible sheet size, framed £250-300
1691.   Anthony Gross (1905-1984) - Canal De Bourgoyne, monochrome artist proof etching, signed and inscribed, 33 x 44cm approx visible sheet size, framed £250-300
1692.   Anthony Gross (1905-1984) - The Running Tree, limited edition monochrome etching, signed and inscribed, edition 1/50, 25 x 33cm approx visible sheet size, framed £200-300
1693.   Richard Beer - View of a continental church, coloured limited edition etching, signed and inscribed Noto III, edition 9/100, 77 x 57cm, framed £40-60
1694.   Kay Gallwey (British B.1936) - Study of a recumbent female nude figure, acrylic and mixed media on paper, signed and dated 1997? (partially obscured by mount) remains of Mall Gallery label verso with London address details, 35 x 54cm, framed £40-60
1695.   John Randall Bratby (British 1928-1992) - Half length study of a belly dancer, pencil and coloured pastel, signed and dated 1991, inscribed The Aphrodite Taverna Belly Dancer, 56 x 38cm, framed £400-600
1696.   Boris Smirnoff (1895-1976) - Female nude study, pencil and pastel on paper, signed, 50 x 31cm, framed £80-120
1697.   Beryl Cook (British 1916-2008) - David Collett as a smiling Elf seated on a toadstool, oil on board, signed, 25 x 17cm, framed

David Collett was a jazz pianist, originally from Bath but lived most his life is Bristol. He was well known for his work the the Avon Cities Jazz Band, The Dave Collett Trio and had been in Acker Bilk's Paramount Jazz Band in which he wrote and performed a top ten hit in the 1950s called Summer Set. Beryl Cook was a fan and friend and was a frequent attendant at his music gigs. When his 70th birthday approached in 2001 Beryl and Dave's wife Ann hatched a plan for a surprise birthday gift for him. Ann provided Beryl with an old black and white photo of him as a young boy, dressed as an elf, this was used this used to create a unique birthday gift. Dave sadly passed away in June 2018 aged 87. £6000-10000
1698.   Jean Rees ARWA (British 1914-2004) - Farm buildings on a hill, acrylic on board, signed, with label verso and Bridgewater address details, 12 x 17cm approx, framed £100-200
1699.   Sir Kyffin Williams RA (1918-2006) - Pontlyfni in Snow, limited edition lithograph, published by Christie's Contemporary Art, signed, edition 93/150, with certificate verso, 49 x 78cm approx sheet size, framed £1000-1500
1700.   Norman Stevens (20th century) - Dusk, limited edition monochrome etchings (2), signed and dated 73, edition numbers 42/150 and 74/150, with blind embossed stamps, 65 x 50cm approx sheet size, framed £200-300
1701.   19th century school - Shoulder length study of Christ in the crown of thorns, indistinctly signed, bottom right and further inscribed, dated 1863, inscribed to top Ecce Homo, 56 x 46cm, unframed £50-70
1702.   Elwin Hawthorne (British 1905-1954) - London street scene at Blackheath, watercolour, signed and inscribed, 17 x 25cm, framed

1702A.  Elwin Hawthorne (British 1905-1954) - A view of a house beside a canal, watercolour, signed, 17 x 22cm, framed £350-450
1703.   Godfrey Tonks (British B.1948) - Landscape with red roofed buildings, pastel, signed, 20 x 24cm, in painted frame with painted slip £80-100
1704.   Godfrey Tonks (British B.1948) - Orchard with blossom, pastel, signed, 25 x 30cm approx, in painted frame with cream painted slip £80-120
1705.   Attributed to Keith Vaughan (British, 1912-1977) - Abstract study in yellow, black and green, oil on board, signed Vaughan, 27 x 22cm, framed £200-400
1706.   20th century school (In the manner of Francis Cadell) - Coastal scene at West Iona, oil on board, indistinctly signed, inscribed verso Florence St John Cadell, further inscribed - Oil Sketch, West Iona No 2, 39 x 48cm, framed
1707.   Bernice Goonack (20th century Australian), abstract study of faces, oil on canvas, signed verso, 64 x 70 cm approx, unframed, together with a further native Australian type painting on wooden panel showing a pair of lizards 56 x 28 cm approx, unframed £40-60
1708.   Mid-20th century school - Abstract monochrome study with collage detail of figures, signed with initial T, dated 64, 64 x 52cm, framed £30-50
1709.   John Bellany CBE RA HRSA (Scottish 1942-2013) Exhibition poster for John Bellany exhibition held at the Ikon Gallery, Birmingham 1983, 71 x 48 cm approx, together with an unframed black and white lithograph type print of a hooded figure and a horses skull, probably attributed to John Bellany, 78 x 52 cm unframed £40-60
1710.   19th century school - shoulder length study of an old woman in black hood, oil on panel, unsigned, 24 x 19 cm approx, together with further prints including pencil study of a child's head signed Birt Fittenik? and dated 1934, further 19th century portraits studies, a carved wooden panel inscribed Gun Eagal, a 19th century school oil painting on metal panel of a river scene with sailing boat, etc, various sizes, all framed £40-60
1711.   Christopher Saxton (17th century), coloured map of Shropshire 33 x 36 cm, a 19th century map of Shropshire, an 18th century map showing the road from London to Shrewsbury, a further road map showing the road from Bristol to Chester by John Ogilby and a further small map of Wales inscribed Das Furstenthumb Galles 17 x 12 cm approx, all framed £80-120
1712.   In the manner of Rideout (British 19th/20th century), study of a coaching scene, gouache, signed 15 x 36 cm approx, framed, attributed to T Spinks (early 20th century British school), landscape with river, oil on canvas, signed and indistinctly dated (obscured by slip), 30 x 40 cm, in moulded gilt frame £40-60
1713.   Ephrain Moses Lilien (1874-1925) - A Jewish scholar reading and seven Jewish scholars reading in a line (two), sepia coloured prints of etchings with signatures (possibly printed) and inscriptions 65 x 90 cm approx, unframed £50-70
1714.   Eileen Chandler (British 1904-c1988), half length study of a little girl in a striped dress, watercolour and pencil, signed and dated 1949, 57 x 40 cm, unframed £80-100
1715.   Robert Sawyers ARCA (1923-2002) Quiet Morning, Poole Harbour, signed with initials and with label verso 27 x 37 cm approx, together with a further similar watercolour from the same artist - Early Morning, Poole, also signed with initials, 23 x 27 cm approx, with label verso, both framed £150-200
1716.   Law, 20th century, pair of studies of cityscapes (2), oil paintings on canvas, signed, 40 x 40 cm approx, framed £40-60
1717.   John Yardley RI (Born 1933), cafe interior scene, watercolour, signed, with label verso 'A Cafe in Aix En Provence' and Falle Fine Art, Napier Gallery Jersey label verso, 38 x 54 cm, framed £300-400
1718.   Guy Lipscombe (20th century British) - harbour scene with figures, oil on board, signed with initials bottom left GL, inscribed verso - Mid Summer in Cornwall, Guy Lipscombe, 30 x 37 cm in cream painted frame £100-120
1719.   Ron Ranson - (20th century) - view of a continental landscape with figure and white washed building, watercolour, signed, 27 x 36 cm approx, framed £30-50
1720.   Russell Sydney Reeve (1895-1970), circus scene with clowns, horse and an elephant, coloured lithographic print on paper, with printed signature, 40 x 66 cm approx, framed £30-50
1721.   Gillian Ayres CBE, RA - (British 1930-2018) Untitled, brightly coloured abstract subjects, screen print with hand colouring on paper, signed and numbered 41/50 in pencil/crayon and 58.5 x 58.5 cm square approx, framed
*The following lot can be purchased by the same buyer if required at the same price* £400-600
1721A.  Gillian Ayres CBE, RA - (British 1930-2018) Untitled, brightly coloured abstract subjects, screen print with hand colouring on paper, signed and numbered 47/50 in pencil/crayon and 58.5 x 58.5 cm square approx, framed £400-600
1722.   Peter Carl Barrett - Half length portrait of a boy in a straw hat - Juanito, oil on canvas, signed with Royal Academy Exhibition 1976 label verso, with Cornish address details of the artist and also inscribed verso, 55 x 45 cm, framed £60-80
1723.   After Marcel Dyf (20th century school) - A pair of coloured oleograph's on canvas of a Spanish style boy and girl, he with guitar, 43 x 35 cm, framed £25-30
1724.   Attributed to L S Lowry (British) 1887-1976, landscape with river, oil on board, signed and dated 1950, 29 x 49 cm approx, framed £300-500
1725.   Robert Kipniss (American) born 1931, landscape with trees and buildings (2), monochrome mezzotint type limited edition prints, signed, 125/175, 137/175 and 36 x 27 cm approx, framed £50-80
1726.   Hugh Ralph Micklem (British 1918-2009) - still life with blue glass jug and apples, oil on board, signed and dated 62, with Stanmore Art Society label verso, with artists address details, 29 x 40 cm in wooden frame £70-100
1727.   20th century continental school, study of a mountainous scene with red roofed buildings, watercolour and body colour, pastel, inscribed bottom right, Sch and dated 62, attributed verso to G Schaerflui-regli, Goescheneralp, 44 x 52 cm approx, framed £40-60
1728.   Karl Abel (20th century continental school) - harbour scene with figures and shipping, oil on board, signed, 37 x 49 cm, framed, together with a further earlier 20th century continental school oil painting on canvas of a harbour scene with figure, indistinctly signed, 57 x 67 cm approx, unframed £50-80
1729.   Early 20th century school - Still life with orange and yellow daises, oil on board, unsigned, 42 x 32 cm, framed, together with further pictures including early 20th century oil painting on board of a garden scene, further oil painting of floral subjects, a decorative book frontispiece from Ballads De Dames Du Temps Jadis, label verso From an Exhibition of Works by Lucien Pisarro, etc £40-60
1730.   Two reproduction oil paintings on board of vintage style advertising signs for Dutch boy pure white lead paint, 63 x 39 cm approx and The People's Newspapers, 51 x 76 cm approx, unframed £40-60
1731.   David Gentleman (British B 1930) - Hardwick Hall, coloured limited edition, lithograph, signed edition number 28/70, 52 x 65 cm approx sheet size, unframed, together with Oxford Radcliffe Camera by the same artist, coloured limited edition lithograph, signed, 191/200 and with CCA gallery certificate verso, 53 x 66 cm, framed £120-180
1732.   John Piper (British 1903-1992) - 'Anglesey Beach', coloured screen print, signed, inscribed HC, 77 x 52 cm approx, unframed £700-900
1733.   Mary Fedden (British 1915-2012) - 'The Lamp', coloured limited edition screen print, signed, edition number 225/250, 71 x 55 cm approx, unframed £150-200
1734.   Mary Fedden (British 1950-2012) - 'Aldeburgh Fishing Boat', coloured limited edition screen print, signed, edition number 73/150, 28 x 37 cm approx sheet size, unframed £100-150
1735.   Julian Trevelyan - (British 1910-1980), Gozo landscape with donkey and cart, coloured limited edition etching, signed, edition number 5/50, 54 x 65 cm approx, unframed £500-800
1736.   Julian Trevelyan - (British 1910-1980) - Buffaloes - landscape with buffaloes, steam train, figures, etc, coloured artists proof etching, signed and inscribed, 59 x 79 cm approx £400-600
1737.   Julian Trevelyan - (British 1910-1980) - Father Thames, coloured limited edition etching, signed, measures 59 x 79 cm, unframed £150-200
1738.   Beryl Cook - (1926-2008) - The Boot Sale, coloured limited edition print, signed, edition number 254/650, published by the Alexander Gallery 1997, 68 x 58 cm approx, unframed £80-120
1739.   Beryl Cook - (1926-2008) - Hen Night, limited edition coloured print, signed, edition of 850 copies, published by Alexander Gallery, 1994, 62 x 52 cm unframed £80-120
1740.   Beryl Cook - (1926-2008) - Musicians, coloured limited edition print, signed, edition number 286/650, published by the Alexander Gallery, 1995, 58.5 x 56 cm approx, unframed £80-120
1741.   Beryl Cook - (1926-2008) - The Birthday Cake' - coloured limited edition print, signed, published by The Alexander Gallery 2005, 69 x 53.5 cm approx, unframed £80-120
1742.   Beryl Cook (1926-2008) - 'The Lingerie Shop' - coloured limited edition print, signed, edition number 214/650, published by The Alexander Gallery, 1998, 63 x 57 cm approx, unframed £80-120
1743.   Anne Brownskill (20th century) - Portrait of Love, coloured limited edition etching, signed, edition number 18/50, 72 x 52.5 approx sheet size, together with two copies of Rhinemaiden by the same artist, both signed and editions 16 and 18 out of 50, 72 x 51.5 cm approx sheet size, all unframed £50-80
1744.   Ben Nicholson - (British 1894-1982) - 'Abstract 1936', coloured lithograph and signature verso, date 1935, and inscribed number 12, 66.5 x 80 cm approx sheet size, unframed £1000-1500
1745.   William Scott CBE, RA (1913-1989) - 'Blue Still Life', coloured lithograph, inscribed Blue Still Life by William Scott, published for PSA Supplies Division and Editions Alecto Ltd, dated 1975, 70 x 90 cm approx sheet size, unframed £400-600
1746.   An interesting collection of fine art catalogues mainly relating to 20th century artists including William Scott, Graham Sutherland, Anne Buchanan, Stanley Spencer, etc £40-60
1747.   Richard O'Connell (20th/21st century) - four life studies of nude figures, (on one sheet), crayon and wash, signed, dated 10, 27.5 x 83 cm approx, mounted £40-60
1748.   Ronald King (20th century) - set of seven coloured limited edition screen prints relating to Macbeth, including Malcolm, Witch, Murderer, Lady Macbeth, Lady McDuff, Porter and Banquo, all signed editions, 7/20, 59.5 x 39 cm approx sheet size, together with Eric Malthouse (1914-1997) Capel Gore Triptych, Black, coloured screen print, signed and dated 69 and inscribed with presentation inscription, 46.5 x 39 cm approx, all unframed £100-150
1749.   A First World War parliamentary recruiting poster number 73 - Don't stand looking at this,
Go and Help, published by David Allen & Sons, 103 cm x 128 cm approx, unframed
1750.   Margarita Pueva, (Bulgarian born 1950) a carved and painted wooden sculpture - bust length study of a figure with bird on shoulder, signed verso, Pueva and dated 89, 30 cm tall approx £50-80
1751.   Ian Homer Walters (British 1930-2006) - plaster work maquette for the sculpture Memorial to the International Brigade (Spanish Civil War), sited in Jubilee Gardens, South Bank, London and unveiled on 5th October 1985; with original pencil working markings and raised on a stepped plinth base, 67 cm total height approx (Ian Homer Walters was a socialist and sculptor who taught at Guildford School of Art and whose works include a head of Nelson Mandela outside the Royal Festival Hall and a sculpture of Harold Wilson). This lot was removed from the artist's Battersea Road Studio £500-800
1752.   Ian Homer Walters (British 1930-2006), a full sized plaster work cast of the Memorial to the International Brigade (Spanish Civil War),sited at Jubilee Gardens, South Bank, London and unveiled on 5th October 1985; with painted finish and in three sections and raised on a rectangular base, approx total height assembled 200 cm (displayed in schoolroom below), (Ian Homer Walters was a socialist and sculptor who taught at Guildford School of Art and whose works include a head of Nelson Mandela outside the Royal Festival Hall and a sculpture of Harold Wilson - Please note this sculpture was understood to have been cut into three sections for ease of transport to the Kent Foundry and was later removed from the artists Battersea Road Studio £500-800
1753.   Ian Homer Walters (British 1930-2006) - a large plaster work with bronzed finish, sculpture of a stylised female character, full length and with one hand raised and in high heeled shoes, raised on a square base, 140 cm tall approx total height, together with three photographs showing the same work, probably dating from the 1950s/60s,(Ian Homer Walters was a socialist and sculptor who taught at Guildford School of Art and whose works include The Memorial to the International Brigade in Jubilee Gardens, South Bank, a head of Nelson Mandela outside the Royal Festival Hall and a sculpture of Harold Wilson - This lot was removed from the artist's Battersea Road Studio £500-800
1754.   After C Napier Hemy RA - Pair of coloured prints of marine scenes, with sailing yachts, one with presentation plaque - Youth by C Napier Hemy, 38 x 70 cm approx in moulded gilt frames, together with further pictures and prints including Victorian sepia family photographs, a coloured nursery print after Margaret Tarrant of a duck race, a set of three ornithological prints, (in one frame) and Oxford type frame, etc £30-50
1755.   A Watteau, after (18th century French), a pair of coloured engravings, L'Enbarquement Pour Cythere L'Accordee De Village, engraved by N De Larmesin, 46 x 60 cm approx, together with a coloured 18th century map of Cheshire from the Milliaria Anglica, 51 x 61 cm approx, and a coloured engraving after F Wheatley, of rustic figures, with reverse painted finish on glass, 35 x 24 cm approx, all framed
1756.   18th century continental school - Shoulder length study of a bearded man, oil on board, of oval form, 15cm max, together with two further 19th century school oil paintings on canvas, one showing shoulder length portrait of a female character, probably the Virgin May, 30cm oval approx max, the other showing a bearded man in black cap, 20.5cm max oval, all in gilt oval frames £100-150
1757.   An early 19th century miniature portrait of oval form showing a woman in white dress, in circular gilt frame with a lock of hair to the reverse and with old label inscribed indistinctly with the name of the sitter - Sophia daughter of Sir George Strickland of Boynton Hall, Yorkshire, etc, measures 7 cm max oval approx size £80-100
1758.   A 19th century portrait miniature of oval form bust length study of a young woman in blue dress with white lace collar, in an oval gilt frame, 5.5 cm max approximate oval £50-70
1759.   A coloured photographic print/greetings card showing The Duke of Edinburgh, The Queen, Prince Charles and Princess Anne accompanied by a pair of corgis, signed, signed Philip and dated 1957, 23 x 19.5 cm approx, together with a further similar black and white photographic print/card of the royal family, also signed Philip and dated 1959, 20 x 19.5 cm £150-200
1760.   An Eastern embroidered panel with raised coiled dragon decoration incorporating sequins, gilt threadwork, etc, 46 x 77 cm, framed £25-30
1761.   A 19th century British school - watercolour portrait of a child holding a flower, with initials W H K and with family details verso, 20 x 15 cm approx, framed, a relief moulded reproduction plaster plaque in black and gilt moulded frame, G Graham study of a harbour, watercolour, signed and dated 1916, 25 x 35 cm and a pair of early 20th century coloured prints after Charles Dixon, busy Thames shipping scenes, 27 x 61 cm approx £40-60
1762.   Adrian Hill (1895-1977) - Irish landscape with distant mountain, oil on board, signed and with remains of Worthing Art Gallery label verso, dated 1978 inscribed Connemara, 60 x 75 cm approx in moulded frame £100-150
1763.   Pair of unsual 19th century cut work silhouette type pictures, one showing a sportsman his horse and dog and inscribed Corbari 24 x 34 cm approx, the other showing a pair of rustic characters with initials CA, 21 x 28 cm approx, both in burr wood frames £50-80
1764.   Early 20th century British School, landscape with windmill, oil painting on board, unsigned, 16 x 22 cm approx, unframed, together with an early 20th century British School - coastal scene with windmill, watercolour, signed, inscribed verso William Longstaff, 40 x 50 cm approx and an early 20th century British school study of a landscape with river and cattle, oil on paper, unsigned, 18 x 25 cm approx, both framed £50-80
1765.   After Breughel (16th century European school) - Extensive landscape with numerous figures, merry makers, etc, coloured print, 52 x 82cm in wide rosewood wedge shaped frame with gilt slip £40-50
1766.   Keith Shackleton - (20th century British), Cape Renard, coloured limited edition print, signed edition 389/450, 49 x 70 cm approx, together with Michael Lyne (20th century British), studies of foxes, coloured limited edition print, edition number 272/300, 38 x 54 cm approx, oil painting on canvas of a woodland scene, signed Hiddell and dated 99, an unusual painted feather with pair of blue jay's at a tree trunk, 41 x 9 cm approx, all framed £40-60
1767.   Early 20th century school, country scene with boy seated on a fence whittling a stick, oil on canvas, signed with initials MT, 52 x 42 cm approx, in oak frame £40-60
1768.   Attributed to J Varley (19th century British school) - Study of a landscape with figures and cattle, watercolour, signed, presentation label verso inscribed "Snowdon - by Varley", 22 x 32cm, framed £25-30
1769.   Hayley Anne (21st century - local artist) after John Constable - The Haywain, oil on canvas, quarter sized copy, signed, 60 x 90cm unframed, together with biographical details of the artist £550-600
1769A.  E Tucker (19th century British school) - Mountainous landscape with figure and cattle, watercolour, signed, 52 x 75cm, framed £120-160
1770.   Pauline Jacobsen (20th century) - Study of a man and his horse on a wet day, monochrome wood cut print, signed and dated April 1951, 10 x 12cm approx, together with a further scraper board type monochrome picture of a horse drawn cart, possibly by the same hand, with monogram PJ, 16 x 15cm, framed £30-50
1771.   19th century British school - Landscape study with figure and bull, oil on canvas, 31 x 23cm, unframed £30-50
1772.   A pair of late 19th century coloured prints of rural scenes, including church, cattle watering, etc, a coloured print of magnolia blossom after Ethelyn Stewart, a coloured print of a floral still life after H Davis Richter, etc, various sizes, all framed, together with a collection of unframed prints including works after Sir William Russell Flint, Marcel Dyf, Jan Van Eyck etc, and a small collection of cigarette card albums, etc £30-50
1773.   A collection of 18th, 19th and 20th century etchings and engravings of topographical subjects including 18th century view of St James, Westminster Abbey and Hall, an early 19th century engraving of north east of Corn Hill, an early 19th century coloured map of Gloucestershire by Emmanuel Bowen, etching of London street with St Paul's Cathedral, Sydney R Jones, two further etchings by the same hand, etc £50-70
1774.   Angelica Kauffman (18th century) - Two coloured engravings, one showing classical female figures, the other showing Abelard and Hymen, together with a collection of Baxter prints of genre and landscape subjects, a 19th century watercolour portrait of a gentleman in a feathered hat, etc, two 19th century silhouette portraits of gentlemen, etc various sizes, all framed £40-60
1775.   A collection of mainly 19th century coloured engravings of topographical views relating to the River Thames including scenes at Bray, Deptford, Lechlade, Battersea, etc and other London related subjects, etc, various sizes, all framed
1776.   A 17th century map of Monmouthshire by H Moll, 19 x 32cm approx, a further 18th century map of Monmouthshire, an 18th century road map showing the road from London to St Davids, etc, various sizes all framed £80-100
1777.   S Gardner- 20th century, a collection of watercolours, gouache studies, etc, of Guernsey subjects, various sizes, including framed and unframed examples, together with a small collection of books including Channel Islands and Australian related subjects £30-50
1778.   David Sheherd (British, 1931-2017) 'Tahili Fort, Buraimi', coloured print (3) together with further prints of further countryside and wildlife prints after Lassell Ripley, John P Conan, Stanhope Forbes, various sizes, various sizes, unframed £30-50
1779.   A sepia architectural drawing of the Old Horse Guards Parade, 12 x 37cm, a black and white etching of Arlington House, 7 x 18cm, a further collection of 18th and early 19th century engravings relating to London landmarks, including aquatints after Rowlandson and Pugin, etc, various sizes, all framed £50-70
1780.   Romala Vaisey (20th century) - Landscape at Bardley Green, Wotton-Under-Edge, pastel, signed, 33 x 50 cm approx, together with three further local pastels, pair of monochrome prints and one other £30-50
1781.   Hodgkinson (20th century British school) - Study of a woodland scene with pathway, oil on board, signed and inscribed verso Hunton, 35 x 27 cm, framed, together with a 20th century school study of a townhouse and front garden, watercolour and bodycolour, signed with monogram BL, inscribed verso Miss Field, 37 x 27 cm in moulded gilt frame
1782.   A pair of late 19th century scenes of rustic characters dancing, (possibly with over painted finish), on board, 13 x 17 cm, framed £20-25
1783.   20th century school - Still life with flowers, pastel watercolour and mixed media, indistinctly signed George Kinasta? dated 1945, with Knightsbridge, London framers label verso, 61 x 46cm, framed, together with a watercolour of flowers outside the Bear Inn, signed with initials and dated 1997, 30 x 40cm, framed £30-50
1784.   A coloured print of an early 19th century golfing scene after C Lees, 50 x 75cm, in gilt frame £25-30
1785.   Charlotte Hodge (20th century) - Fabric collage, abstract subject, signed and dated 98, with label verso Lime-a-Tron, Embroidered Fabric Collage, with London address details, 40 x 50cm, framed £30-50
1786.   The Manchester United Football Book, published by Stanley Paul & Co Ltd 1966, signed by Dennis Law, George Best, Harry Grey (survivor of the Munich air disaster), etc (displayed in cabinet),
1801.   Stamps, two albums containing a collection of British and worldwide stamps, mostly early 20th century onwards, but also including one Penny Red (displayed in cabinet)
1802.   KGV 1925 British Empire Exhibition unmounted mint blocks of four (Sg432/433) Top 6/7 perforations on the vertical number 1d perf are separated £100-150
1803.   Three albums containing a quantity of worldwide stamps, including India, China, Nigeria, etc £30-40
1804.   Three albums containing a quantity of British and worldwide stamps, early 20th century onwards £30-50
1805.   Two folders containing a collection of coin covers £120-150
1806.   Four albums containing a quantity of British and worldwide stamps - early 20th century onwards including Kenya, Uganda and Tanganyika, Katanga, India, etc, together with an envelope of loose assorted stamps £50-70
1807.   A SG Windsor album of pre-decimal stamps including Penny Black, 4 imperf. 2 Penny Blues and 40+ Penny Reds, plus many other stamps from all eras £30-50
1808.   Two folders containing a collection of coin covers
1809.   A stockbook containing an extensive quantity of British stamps from QE to QEII, including five imperf. 2d blues, over 60 Penny Reds UMM Wilding block, 11 x £10 QEII stamps, many other Empire stamps, etc £30-50
1810.   Three folders containing a collection of coin covers £100-150
1811.   The Liberty stamp album containing GB, Commonwealth and world stamps £40-60
1812.   A collection of mint and used GB Commonwealth on stocksheets in a folder £40-60
1813.   An album and a stockbook containing a collection of stamps from Egypt £20-30
1814.   Three stockbooks of GB and World stamps £30-50
1815.   Two small stock folders containing a quantity of stamps, approx 25 Royal Mail Mint Stamps collections, loose stamps, etc
1816.   A stockbook containing GB Commonwealth and world stamps £20-40
1817.   A box containing a collection of early pre-decimal & decimal presentation packs in three albums and loose £40-60
1818.   Three folders of postal history from QV to QEII and FDC's including several KGV perfins covers. Also early Austria postal history £40-60
1819.   Four boxes containing a very large quantity of stamps, philatelic material, albums, folders, fdc's etc £40-60
1820.   A box containing a large collection of GB FDC's in 12 albums from early pre-decimal £40-60
1821.   A collection of Presentation Philatelic Services (PPS) silk cigarette card series along with Benham silk Channel Tunnel carried covers in four folders £40-60
1822.   An album containing mixed items including loose stamps, sets of foreign mint stamps, small stock book, etc, together with a box containing loose unsorted stamps, etc £60-80
1823.   A box containing a large collection of GB FDC's in 11 albums £40-60
1824.   Six albums containing an extensive collection of British and worldwide stamps, various dates and including a Penny Black, Penny Reds, etc £80-120
1825.   A box containing in excess of forty Royal Mail Mint Stamp collections, an album containing further Mint Stamps, an album of PHQ cards together with further loose examples £30-50
1826.   A box containing a collection of Benham silk FDC's in 8 albums £60-80
1827.   Seven stock books containing mainly foreign assorted stamps, two Silver Jubilee commemorative albums containing quantity of mint stamps and Stanley Gibbons reference books £20-30
1828.   A collection of approximately Royal Mail Mint Stamps collections, loose stamp albums pages and a quantity of FDC's £20-25
1829.   A good collection of postal history, pre-stamp, pre-printed and air mail, QV through to QE2 £20-25
1830.   A box containing a collection of Benham silk FDC's in 8 albums £60-80
1831.   Five folios - British FDC's 1967-1981 period, together with loose examples, quantity of post office picture post cards, two volumes - collectors reproductions, etc £20-25
1832.   Two boxes of stamps albums with a worldwide collection £30-40
1833.   Three albums containing a collection of FDCs including some with coins, mint stamps, etc, together with two booklets containing USA mint stamps £60-80
1834.   A box containing a large quantity of unsorted loose British and worldwide stamps including a stock sheet containing a number of Penny Reds, a stamp album containing a further collection of Penny Reds and other British stamps, a further collection of first day covers and a quantity of unused stock sheets, etc £60-100
1835.   An album containing a quantity of British and worldwide stamps from mid 20th century onwards, an envelope containing assorted stamps, small quantity of Royal Mail mint stamp Channel Tunnel collection and four albums containing first day covers £20-30
1836.   A box containing a large quantity of unused mint stamps
1837.   An album containing British & Worldwide stamps, a collection of mint stamps, four 10 shilling notes, and a Falklands First Day Cover £80-100
1838.   A box containing a collection of Benham silk FDC's in 8 albums £60-80
1839.   Three folders containing a quantity of European stamps on stock sheets early 20th century onwards, three Our World mint stamp collections, two albums containing first day covers, two Royal commemorative first day covers complete with coins together with a collection of books and pamphlets about stamp collecting,etc £30-40
1840.   Guernsey Post Office Board mint stamps to include a £5 definitive crown, early c 1980-1985 - three volumes together with two volumes Guernsey first day issues 1978-1986 approx
1841.   A comprehensive collection of franked first day issue envelopes from 1965 to 1981 - five albums containing approx 240 individual items
1842.   Three folios - FDC's commemorating flight 1973-1980
1843.   Ten albums containing a large quantity of British and worldwide stamps, various mint set collections, a large quantity of unsorted packaged and loose stamps,etc £30-40
1844.   An extensive collection of stamp albums containing a wide range of British and worldwide stamps (in excess of 20 albums and folders), together with a box of further sheets of stamps and stock books, packaged unsorted loose stamps, mint collections, first day covers, etc £200-250
1845.   An extensive collection of FDC's including some local examples with the wrong date stamp £20-25
1846.   Jersey issue stamps - four volumes of first day issues - 1978-87 approx, further album containing a mixture of first day issues and mint issues - Jersey the special stamps of 1986 (two sets), further mint sets
1847.   Two albums of British Mint issue stamps from 1971 to 1983 - 76 individual issues £20-25
1848.   Ten albums containing an extensive quantity of worldwide stamps together with The Collection of 1989 Australian Stamps £80-100
1849.   Davo Great Britain album containing individual mint stamps collections together with associated empty presentation packs, two boxed Royal Mail Millennium collections and an album containing WWF FDC's, coin and stamp covers £60-80
1850.   A large collection of pre-decimal and decimal mint stamps, containing UMM pre-decimal QEII sets with traffic lights, including 1967 Machin blocks of 4, UMM set and many UMM decimal sets £30-40
1851.   Six albums containing an extensive collection of Royal Mail presentation packs and FDCs, various dates £150-200
1852.   A 1914 Schaubeks stamp album containing a quantity of mint/used world stamps - in excess of 1000 stamps (displayed in cabinet) £500-600
1853.   A folder containing a collection of coin covers (displayed in cabinet)
1854.   A folder containing a collection of coin covers (displayed in cabinet)
1855.   A folder containing a collection of coin covers (displayed in cabinet)
1856.   A folder containing a collection of coin covers (displayed in cabinet) £200-250
1857.   Two boxes of good quality empty stamp stockbooks £25-30
1858.   A 19th century book with monochrome illustrations on rice paper understood to be by Kikuchi Yoshi
1859.   No Lot £20-30
1860.   A mixed collection of items including post cards, black and white photos, vintage cards, etc, together with two unaddressed first day cover envelopes and four Royal Mint stamp collections £20-25
1861.   An interesting collection of late 19th century/early 20th century prints mainly topographical including a number showing the Glasgow Exhibition 1901 and a view of Clifton Suspension Bridge from the river, together with a quantity of postcards, advertisements from 1906, book plates, etc £20-30
1862.   A mixed collection of items including a quantity of unsorted British and foreign stamps, cigarette card albums, playing cards, vintage birthday cards, etc £20-30
1863.   An interesting mixed collection of post cards, subjects including topographical, romantic, humorous, etc, also includes a number of local subjects - Thornbury, Sherston, Dursley, together with three embroidered silk examples £60-80
1864.   An album containing a large quantity of well presented black and white British topographical postcards £100-150
1865.   Two albums containing a comprehensive series of 166 colour photographs showing the construction of the second Severn crossing, circa 1994
1866.   A collection of six vintage slide rule, three in their original boxes
1867.   A mixed collection of postcards, rugby posters, cigarette cards, badges etc together with 'The Love of Rugby' published by Octopus, signed by various players including Barry John £20-30
1868.   Two boxes containing a quantity of vintage children's comics dating from the 1970's/80's, quantity of Soccer Star magazines dating from the 1960's, a small quantity of Ordnance Survey maps, 78 rpm records, etc £20-25
1869.   A box containing a collection of cigarette card books and a box containing a quantity of loose cigarette cards together with two Player's Cigarette collections - cricketers and opera characters in four frames
1870.   A small quantity of 33 rpm albums including Pink Floyd - The Wall, Led Zeppelin, etc
1871.   A case containing a box of fifty 45 rpm singles including a coloured seven inch single by The Levellers £20-30
1872.   A mixed collection of assorted records including vintage children's 45 rpm singles, 78 rpm records, assorted albums including The Beatles White Album and a vinyl picture disc - Lynyrd Skynyrd Freebird £80-120
1873.   A quantity of mixed LPs together with a small number of 45 rpm singles including Dusty Springfield, Elvis, Sonny & Cher, together with a Vistasound picture disc, depicting two puppies playing with wool
1874.   An extensive collection of good quality classical 33 rpm albums £30-50
1875.   An extensive collection of classical CDs (three boxes) £30-40
1876.   A box containing approximately 80 mixed rock and pop 33 rpm albums £20-30
1877.   A boxed set of Trout by Earnest Schwiebert first published 1979 by Andre-Wright Deutsch Ltd, printed in the USA, together with six volumes of WM James The Noble History of Great Britain and two John Chancellor's Maritime Painting books £60-80
1878.   A collection of Folio Society books and box sets including The Lord of the Rings by JRR Tolkien, etc £40-60
1879.   A 19th century edition of The Works of Burns in two volumes, together with a quantity of mixed literature and other books £30-40
1880.   Withdrawn £30-40
1881.   Richardsons map of South East and Central England, published at Royal London Buildings, Deansgate, Manchester
1882.   A collection of books about the local area including the Hawkesbury Chronicles, Didmarton - a ramble through history, etc

1883.   Five Rupert annuals, various dates
1884.   A mixed quantity of books including four Folio Society Editions, etc
1885.   An extensive quantity of vintage children's books including a number of Enid Blyton adventure stories, a Mickey Mouse Midget book, eight Brockhampton Press books, etc, together with a small quantity of children's toys including Noddy, The Wombles, etc £40-60
1886.   An interesting collection of books, mainly about various military campaigns and related subjects including an American printing of Revolt in the Desert by TE Lawrence £30-40
1887.   A collection of good quality art reference books including a number on East Asian Art, etc £30-40
1888.   A collection of vintage annuals and some comic books £60-80
1889.   The first Aero Engine made by Rolls-Royce Ltd, (Confidential - The Property of Rolls -Royce Ltd - Not to be shown to anyone without the authority of the Directors) preface dated December 1915, page 199/200 has been removed as with all other known copies and number 93 written in ink on the inside front cover £300-500
1890.   Four Lloyd's registers various dates 1948-1952, etc £20-25
1891.   A collection of 19th/early 20th century classic literature including Shakespeare, Dickens, Scott, etc £20-25
1892.   Six assorted vintage catalogues for building and engineering supplies £40-60
1893.   A collection of Folio Society books complete with slip covers together with a quantity of good quality art reference books including Picasso - Challenging The Pass an unopened book produced by The National Gallery £20-30
1894.   A collection of good quality reference books about fungi and other natural history subjects £20-30
1895.   A collection of childrens books to include When We Were Young, A.A. Milne, The House at Pooh Corner, A.A. Milne and Japhet & Harpers Annual 1937 and also together with a small selection of Beatrix Potter books to include The Art of Beatrix Potter £60-80
1896.   A visitor book including the signatures of 12 students - St May's Hospital - who in May 1945 took part in the Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp Medical Rescue Operation (The camp was liberated on April 18th) together with the autograph of Clementine Churchill 17 November 1945 giving her address as 28 Hyde Park Gate, also together with a further photograph album - winter holiday snaps pre/post war £30-40
1897.   Thornbury Petty Sessions Law Books 1967-1984, 33 volumes in total, together with 3 volumes Victorian History of Gloucester, etc £30-40