Short Notice Sale of Building Materials
and Reclamation Goods
on Sunday 1st March 2020

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1.      A wire crate of cut building stone, average length 20cm, approx 2 square metres 75-100
2.       A pallet of concrete roofing tiles weathered, various sizes, 40 x 46cm and smaller
3.      A pallet of limestone building stone including corner pieces
50-60
4.      A pallet of miscellaneous Victorian and later half round ridge tiles, blue glazed and others
5.      A crate of cut sandstone sets each one 10 x 10 x 6cm approx 150-200
6.      A crate of mixed weathered concrete tiles to simulate Cotswold stone, various sizes
7.      A crate of double approx 72 Roman tiles and further 15 Victorian ridge tiles T Hurst and Symons Patent of Bridgewater 100-120
8.      A crate of Redland weathered concrete tiles, 40 x 33cm, 100 approx
9.      A pair of Limestone pyramid shaped caps, 90cm square 20-30
10.     A pallet of glazed flooring tiles, 23cm square (8" x 8") - ten square metres approx 30-40
11.     A pair of pyramid shaped pillar caps, 55cm square and others 25-30
12.     A crate of reconstituted effect weathered Cotswold tiles, various sizes, 60 x 50cm and smaller 25-30
13.     A crate of various weathered concrete tiles, various sizes
14.     A crate of weathered concrete tiles approx 100 approx by Redland Renown, 42 x 33cm 25-30
15.     A crate of terracotta ridge, approx 100 corner and other tiles, together with Victorian blue glazed ridge tiles 24 approx, some Welsh slate 70 approx, etc 45-50
16.     A pallet of Victorian or later terracotta coloured tiles 200 approx, 25 x 24cm and smaller, together with 20 ninety degree corner tiles
17.     A crate of weathered concrete tiles by Redland, 26 x 16cm, 250 approx
18.     A crate of weathered concrete tiles by Redland, 26 x 16cm, 350 approx
19.     Three massive wedge shaped stone blocks, 130 x 63 x 110cm approx, stone step winders, 2.5 cubic meters 300-350
20.     Two crates of mixed weathered concrete tiles, various sizes
21.     A crate of weathered concrete tiles by Redland, 26 x 16cm, 500 approx
22.     A crate of weathered concrete tiles by Weydon, 26 x 16cm, 450 approx
23.     A crate of miscellaneous reproduction Cotswold slates, various sizes, 150 approx
24.     A crate of terracotta tiles, 26 x 16cm, 1,200 approx
25.     A pallet of Victorian blue industrial bricks, 120 approx 40-60
26.     A crate of double Roman terracotta tiles, 150 approx, and 12 further ridge tiles, T Hurst and Symons Patent of Bridgewater 50-60
27.     Two pallets of Victorian industrial yard bricks with cross hatched detail, 300 approx
28.     A pallet of Portland external quality cut stone flags, various sizes, 15 metre square 100-120
29.     A pallet of limestone blocks including some Quoins, some moulded, etc 50-60
30.     A pallet of Victorian red bricks, 300 approx 30-40
31.     A pallet of weathered Redland roofing tiles, 26 x 16cm, 600 approx 60-80
32.     A pallet of various reproduction Cotswold style slates in various sizes, 150 approx
33.     A crate of various Redland 49's tiles, 100 approx
34.     A reconstituted Tudor style fire surround in sections, max width 170cm 50-80
35.     A pallet of reconstituted building stone
36.     A domestic oil tank in metal, 180 x 120 x 120cm 25-30
37.     A crate of limestone and other blocks, drain square, etc 50-60
38.     A pallet of York flags, various sizes, two square metres
75-80
39.     A pallet of limestone building stone, various sizes 50-60
40.     A pallet of Victorian and later red building bricks, 220 approx 25-30
41.     A crate of miscellaneous Cotswold building stone, one square metre 35-40
42.     Four limestone caps, 67cm and smaller (two linear metres approx) 40-60
43.     Two crates of limestone building stone, five square metres approx 100-120
44.     Two crates of limestone building stone, four square metres approx 100-120
45.     Two crates of limestone building stone, four square metres approx 100-120
46.     Two crates of limestone building stone, four square metres approx 100-120
47.     Two crates of limestone building stone, five square metres approx 125-150
48.     A pallet of cut limestone sills and others 72cm long and smaller, four square metres 50-80
49.     Two pallets of curved concrete liners for a wine Cellar, fifteen in total 50-60
50.     Two crates of limestone building stone, four square metres approx 75-80
51.     Two crates of limestone building stone, five square metres approx 100-120
52.     Two pallets of industrial pavers with cross hatched detail, 31 x 15cm, 250 approx 50-80
53.     Four wire crates, 100 x 170 x 100cm approx
54.     Ifor Williams Trailer type T1105G, Twin Axle Tipper with side grills for recommissioning 500-600
55.     A fine quality reproduction 18th century style door surround, reconstituted in several section, never installed 550-650
56.     A pair of conservation deluxe roof lights, with black enamel finish and winders, 118 x 66cm 500-600
57.     A fine collection of reclaimed Cotswold tiles, removed some years ago from a local property from a single roof and dry stored since that time, grey and estimated to be approx 90 square metres 15000-18000
58.     A Victorian pine door, enclosing eight glazed panels and three unused window frames, neither painted or glazed 50-60
59.     A Cor-Ten steel container, 1994, waterproof, 40ft in length - 2387 cubic feet capacity 500-600
60.     A Norton Clipper Major Sown Saw and frame, for reconditioning
61.     Several sections of Georgian style panelling, stable doors, further doors, etc, all with a grey primer coat, various sizes 150-200
62.     Four Georgian style six panel interior doors, with painted finish and brass fittings, 197 x 75cm approx
63.     A large collection of reclaimed doors, Georgian style, six panel, two panel, mainly pine, some hardwood, including door frames, etc 50-60
64.     A Velux Conservation roof light (unused) 102 x 71cm 350-400
65.     A Georgian style four panel pine interior door, plastic wrapped, never installed, 198 x 85cm approx
66.     A traditional cast iron spiral staircase, with twelve wedge shaped treads, further landing areas, spindles and rails 100-120
67.     Three new pine framed double glazed window units (one unglazed) various sizes, 120 x 120cm and smaller 60-80
68.     Turned staircase spindles, lengths of teak and other timbers 25-30
69.     A ceramic wash basin set into a shaped marble top, with chrome taps, 165cm max 25-30
70.     A panelled pine door, unused, further hardwood door, still climfilm wrapped and unglazed, further hardwood door with six panels and one other (4) 50-60
71.     A pine framed and glazed architectural arch, 2m wide x 90cm high approx 25-30
72.     A Hilux Top Fiber Pickup Top or Hard Top, together with two unused tow bars
73.     Four Windsor style fiddle back kitchen chairs, together with a circular pine table on turned pillar with quadruped base
74.     WITHDRAWN
75.     A Dewalt power shop circular saw (for re-commissioning)
76.     WITHDRAWN
77.     Two good hardwood timber beams, 370 cm approx, together with further timber beams and general timber 250-300
78.     Victorian leaded light and stained glass window panel, 134cm x 37cm approx 50-60
79.     A good quality reclaimed oak exterior door with wrought iron brass fittings, 2 metres x 85 cm 75-80
80.     A ply wood bin containing a miscellaneous collection of quarry tiles, roof light (unused) floor tiles, etc
81.     Miscellaneous collection of panels and other doors in pine, further oak door, several sheets of ply wood, etc 75-80
82.     A Corten steel container water proof, 40 ft in length, 2387 cubic feet capacity 500-600
83.     A crate of red tiles, 26 cm x 16 cm, 350 approx 50-60
84.     A 19th century limestone three sectional fire surround, 125 cm in width 50-60
85.     A pallet of reconstituted block stone work, approx 2 square metres
86.     A pallet of Cotswold flagstones 3 square metres approx and concrete lintels 150-200
87.     A pallet of reconstituted building stones, various sizes, approx 3 square metres
88.     A crate of reconstituted Cotswold stone style tiles
89.     A crate of marble flooring panels and others, various sizes 40-60
90.     A pallet of concrete tiles, various sizes, approx 100
91.     A Velux style roof light 104 x 80 cm approx, aluminium ladder etc

92.     A Deso rotationaly moulded oil tank HP1235 in green
93.     WITHDRAWN
94.     Two pallets of Cotswold stone building stone 120-150
95.     Two pallets of Cotswold stone building stone 100-120
96.     A pallet of cubic cut limestone building stones 40-60
97.     A pallet of granite cobs 30-40
98.     A pallet of weathered concrete tiles 36 cm x 40 cm approx
99.     A crate of weathered Cheviot concrete tiles, 26 cm x 16 cm, approx 200
100.    A crate of Cotswold stone building stone 50-60
101.    Two pallets of various blocks, copings, etc 40-60
102.    A pallet of limestone flagstones, approx 7 square metres 170-200
103.    A pallet of large limestone building stone, etc 70-80
104.    Two pallets of large blocks of Cotswold stone building stone, some faced, some quoins 80-100
105.    Five pallets of limestone flags, various sizes and gages 1000-1200
106.    Two pallets of weathered Lightmoor Broseley terracotta roof tiles, 26 x 16 cm, 1,200 approx
120-150
107.    Two pallets with miscellaneous fire bricks
108.    A pallet of large limestone building material 200-250
109.    A crate of miscellaneous weathered concrete tiles, various sizes, limestone and other panels 50-60
110.    A crate of roofer's timber cripples
111.    A number of chimney flues
112.    Two pallets of reconstituted Cotswold stone style roofing tiles, various sizes
113.    A pallet of window lintels, etc 40-60