Two Day Antique Sale on
Tuesday 24th and Wednesday 25th March 2020

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1.      A collection of Denby wares including examples designed by Glyn Colledge including a plate with brown stripe and leaf detail, 27 cm diameter approx, three jugs maximum height 18cm, various tankards, etc, together with a collection of Bristol pottery wares, reproduction old Bristol Delft and including teapots, plates, etc (a collection) 40-60
2.      A collection of studio pottery wares including a pair of Tain Pottery plates in the Shandwick pattern 31.5 cm diameter approx, a kettle with dark brown glaze and impressed seal marks to reverse, a spirit barrel on wooden stand, together with matching beakers, a colander, an olive pot, etc (a collection) 40-60
3.      A quantity of Royal Albert Old Country Roses pattern wares comprising a pair of tureens and covers, sauce boat and stand, six dinner plates, six dessert/soup bowls, an oval serving dish, six further dessert bowls, rectangular serving plate, teapot, cake plate, coffee pot, two milk/cream jugs, two sugar bowls, six tea cups, six saucers, six tea plates, six coffee cups and six saucers 200-300
4.      A good quality mid 19th century Jacob Petit (Fontainebleau) ceramic inkstand with applied seated brown and white spaniel in a gilt collar, raised on a pierced shaped and scrolling base with gilt bird and trailing floral detail on a green ground and with painted initials to base JP, fitted with a pair of continental white metal dishes (possibly associated) overall dimension of inkstand, 35 cm approx 200-400
5.      Three Royal Doulton figures Nanny HN221, New Companions HN2770 and Good Friends HN2783 (3) 40-60
6.      A collection of Royal Doulton Minden pattern wares number D5334 comprising teapot, cake plate, milk jug, cream jug, sugar bowl, six dessert dishes, four cups, six saucers and six tea plates, etc 40-60
7.      An unusual Moorcroft vase of shaped cylindrical form with graduated blue and yellow glaze and with painted signature to base and impressed mark Potter to Her Majesty The Queen, 38 cm approx 40-60
8.      A Moorcroft lamp base of shouldered form in the Tribute to Charles Rennie Mackintosh pattern, 20.5 cm excluding base and fittings 60-80
9.      A cream ground Moorcroft plate in the Columbine pattern with impressed and painted marks to base, 25.5 cm, together with a further Moorcroft cream ground vase with pink geranium detail 10.5 cm tall approx (2) 40-60
10.     A Moorcroft blue ground plate with red and purple clematis pattern decoration and with paper label to base Potter to the late Queen Mary, 26 cm diameter, together with a blue ground Moorcroft ashtray with pink magnolia type decoration and with impressed marks to base 15.5 cm long approx (2) 50-70
11.     A collection of Tuscan China Manhattan pattern tea and coffee wares comprising coffee pot, sugar bowl, covered sugar bowl, three milk/cream jugs, pair of cake plates, five tea cups, five tea saucers, six tea plates, six coffee cans and six coffee saucers, together with a collection of Grosvenor China yellow ground teawares including milk jug, sugar bowl, cake plate, six cups, six saucers and six tea plates 30-50
12.     A Royal Doulton figure of Sweet Anne HN1496 together with six further Royal Doulton figures of female characters Fair Lady (red) HN2832, Nicola HN2839, Southern Belle HN2229, Angela HN2389, Ann HN2739 and Barbara HN2962 (7) 40-60
13.     A pair of Royal Doulton limited edition figures The Boy Evacuee HN3202 and The Girl Evacuee HN3203 (2) 80-100
14.     A Royal Doulton figure of The Piper HN2907 together with two Royal Doulton figures of Laird HN2361 (3) 40-60
15.     A quantity of Lilliput Lane model buildings including cottages from the Blaise Hamlet collection, the Red Lion Inn, Thatcher's Rest, The Old Curiosity Shop, etc (31) 30-50
16.     A collection of Nao and similar figures including a seated woman in voluminous skirt, 31 cm tall approx, a pair of children on a bench, a little girl violinist, a girl holding a puppy, etc (12) 40-60
17.     An Aynsley cabinet cup and saucer with painted fruit decoration to the exterior and gilt interior together with two further Aynsley cabinet cups and saucers with pink rose detail (3) 40-60
18.     A collection of Moorcroft ceramics including a vase in the anemone pattern with impressed marks to base, 13 cm tall approx, a cream ground vase with organic decoration possibly representing cuckoo pint with signature and impressed marks to base, 16 cm tall approx, (both for restoration) three pieces of cream ground hibiscus pattern wares comprising a heart shaped trinket box and cover, pin dish and a circular cover, 17 cm wide approx, together with a Masons Aynsley pattern ginger jar and cover and a Royal Art pottery jug with triple handle (7) 50-80
19.     A pair of late 19th century Staffordshire model figures of seated pugs with gilt collars and glass eyes, 30 cm tall approx 30-50
20.     A collection of Saturn pattern wares produced for Habitat in brightly coloured geometric design, comprising milk jug, covered sugar bowl, four dinner plates, four soup plates, four dessert bowls, four side plates, three tea plates, five cups and five saucers 30-50
21.     A 19th century Staffordshire equestrian figure of the Duke of Cambridge 36 cm tall approx 25-30
22.     A 19th century salt glazed stoneware jug in the form of an open mouthed fish, 14.5 cm long approx, a small 19th century money bank in the form of a hen on nest with Whieldon type glaze, 10 cm long approx, a collection of pie funnels in the form of blackbirds, elephants, etc, two 19th century miniature child's plates showing bee skeps and children playing in a wheelbarrow, etc (collection) 30-50
23.     An extensive collection of decorative teawares including examples by Tuscan china, Royal Albert, Booths, etc (collection) 30-50
24.     A collection of eighteen Beswick Little Lovables figures with various inscriptions including Happy Birthday, Congratulations, Get Well Soon, etc (18) 30-50
25.     A Doulton Lambeth stoneware advertising ewer and stopper Treacher & Co Ltd with impressed mark to base, 25 cm tall approx, together with three further Doulton Lambeth relief moulded stoneware jugs including example with silver mount, etc (7) 30-50
26.     A collection of Lawley's dinnerwares with fruit decoration comprising a pair of two handled tureens and covers, oval meat plate, sauce boat and thirteen plates (three sizes), together with a Grafton China Alton part tea service comprising cake plate, milk jug, sugar bowl, four cups, four saucers and six tea plates 25-30
27.     A collection of 19th century and later ceramics including a terracotta bottle, stopper and stand with enamel type flower and bee decoration, blue and white printed wares including two Cauldon chariot pattern plates, 19th century Prattware pot lid - The Enthusiast and base, George Jones Crescent China blue ground coffee wares comprising coffee pot, six coffee cans and six saucers, an oriental dish with polychrome painted cockerel decoration and two smaller dishes, boxed Crummles enamel pill boxes both showing Winnie The Pooh (2), further enamel wares, etc (collection) 40-60
28.     A 19th century Delft plaque of shaped oval form with painted winter canal scape and with painted mark to reverse, (old riveted repairs), 57 cm max approx 30-50
29.     A collection of ten Beswick model birds including white throat, nuthatch, grey wagtail, goldfinch, robin, etc, together with a further Beswick model of a pheasant (11) 30-50
30.     A collection of Royal Worcester coffee wares with gilt fruiting vine decoration on a white and blue banded ground decoration, comprising coffee pot, milk jug, sugar bowl, five coffee cans and six saucers, together with late 19th century dessert wares with floral sprays, in green and gilt borders, comprising low comport and six plates, a Royal Doulton York Town pattern milk jug and matching cream jug and sugar bowl, etc (collection) 25-30
31.     A collection of Royal Albert Old Country Roses pattern teawares comprising milk jug, sugar bowl, cake plate, six cups, six saucers and six tea plates together with further Royal Albert Masquerade pattern teawares comprising milk jug, sugar bowl, cake plate, six cups, six saucers and six tea plates and a set of six Royal Albert Lavender Rose pattern dinner plates (collection) 40-60
32.     An unusual mid 19th century two handled vase with relief moulded acanthus leaf detail and painted and gilded floral and mythological animal decoration, 34 cm tall approx 40-60
33.     A late pearlware 18th century jug in the Worcester manner with blue and white painted chinoiserie landscape decoration including birds, female figure, pagoda, etc, 21 cm tall approx 80-120
34.     An early 20th century continental bowl in the Zsolnay Pecs manner, of oval form with pierced and painted and gilded scrolling decoration and painted numbers to base 772, 28 cm long approx together with a satsuma bowl of lobed form with painted and gilded warrior decoration to the interior, 16 cm diameter (2) 50-80
35.     A collection of Beswick Beatrix Potter figures including two Samuel Whiskers with brown back stamps, Lady Mouse with gold back stamp, etc (11) 40-60
36.     A collection of blue and white printed wares including early 19th century teawares, Copeland Spode Italian pattern wares including pair of cake plates with four divisional moulding, an oval serving plate, etc, together with two oriental blue and white vessels, (collection) 30-50
37.     A quantity of early 20th century Coalport teawares with floral decoration on a blue and gilt ground, comprising pair of cake plates, small teapot, milk jug, two sugar bowls, fourteen tea cups, fifteen tea saucers, twelve tea plates, two smaller cups, three smaller saucers and a small coffee cup and saucer (collection) 120-160
38.     An 18th century Worcester blue and white cup and saucer with painted floral sprays and with crescent marks to base, together with further decorative late 18th and 19th century ceramics including a saucer with painted harbour scene decoration and R monogram to reverse, a spill holder in the form of a cherub, bow, arrow and quiver, 12 cm tall approximately, a 19th century Copeland cabinet plate with painted botanical spray and arcaded border, 24 cm diameter, a Bloor Derby plate with forget me not detail, 23 cm diameter, etc (collection) 40-60
39.     An early 19th century blue and white transfer printed drainer of oval form, possibly Ridgway, with central panel of a leopard stalking a deer within floral border and with impressed number 14 and blue C mark to base, 29.5 cm long approx, together with a Masons ironstone blue and white jug of octagonal form, a blue and white printed pen tray and a supper dish of shaped form with chinoiserie decoration 30-50
40.     A large 19th century ewer, possibly Coalport, with painted pink rose decoration and supporting handle to front, 30.5 cm tall approximately 40-60
41.     A pair of good quality 19th century Minton two branch candelabra with blue and gilt scrolling and floral detail, applied with a male and female character in 18th century style costume each supporting a lozenge shaped basket with painted fruit and floral detail, unmarked, 28 cm long approx (pair)
42.     A 19th century bowl of oval form with well painted panel of stags to the interior and with recumbent hound and hare detail to each side, 31 cm long approx 40-60
43.     A 19th century ceramic panel of rectangular form with painted decoration of a multi turreted castle viewed from a river with triple arch bridge, 14 x 19 cm, framed 30-50
44.     A collection of Royal Worcester Blue Dragon and Regency ware teawares comprising a teapot, four coffee cups, four saucers, a sugar bowl, etc, together with a Grainger & Co Worcester bowl also in the blue dragon pattern and a pair of oriental dishes of circular form with dragon and cloud detail, 20 cm approx (collection) 30-50
45.     A good quality 19th century ceramic plaque, possibly Coalport, with finely painted botanical decoration including roses, blue bells, auricula, etc, unmarked, 21.5 x 15 cm approx in gilt frame 80-120
46.     A 19th century pottery figure group of the Vicar and Moses/or the Drunken Vicar, possibly of Scottish manufacture, raised on a shaped base, 22 cm tall approx 50-80
47.     A 19th century bottle shaped vase and cover with good quality continuous painted landscape decoration including Rievaulx Abbey in Yorkshire, 24.5 cm tall approx 40-60
48.     A 19th century Staffordshire figure of a theatrical character in spotted green cloak, possibly representing a Cossack, raised on a square cut base, 32 cm tall approx 30-50
49.     A quantity of Wedgwood Hathaway Rose pattern wares comprising tureen and cover,oval meat plate, sauce boat and stand, oval serving dish, eleven dinner plates, eight dessert plates, four side plates, ten dessert bowls, milk jug, sugar bowl, fifteen cups and twelve saucers, etc 40-60
50.     A 19th century blue ground Masons ironstone jug of octagonal form with enamelled and gilt floral sprig detail, a loving cup with printed and infilled wild flower detail, an early 19th century mug with painted chinoiserie decoration, a 19th century glass rolling pin with etched inscription 'Mrs Platt' etc (7) 30-50
51.     A collection of Royal Albert Old Country Roses pattern wares comprising pair of tureens and covers, sauce boat and stand, oval serving dish, seven dinner plates, three dessert plates, fourteen bowls and dishes, teapot, sugar bowl, three cups, seven saucers and six tea plates, together with a matching mantle clock, etc (collection) 100-120
52.     A collection of six early 19th century jugs in various designs including ironstone example with serpent handle, pink lustre example with relief moulded chariot decoration, etc (6) 40-60
53.     A cased set of six Aynsley coffee cans and saucers with blue and gilt decoration and with printed Harrods retailer marks 40-60
54.     A substantial 19th century relief moulded stoneware tyg with applied sprig decoration of hounds, George and the Dragon, etc, and with greyhound handles and with silver rim, 17.5 cm tall approx 40-60
55.     A collection of Royal Albert Crown China teawares with blue bird and blossom detail comprising milk jug, sugar bowl, cake plate, six cups, six saucers and six tea plates 30-50
56.     A pair of Phoenix ware two handled vases, with painted and gilded peacock decoration and printed marks to base, 32.5cm approx 40-60
57.     An oriental blue and white caddy of circular form with painted fish decoration, with blue seal mark to base and associated lid, 18.5cm approx, together with an oriental blue and white kettle, 15.5cm and a modern blue and white jar and cover (3) 40-60
58.     A large oriental lamp base of lobed form with polychrome painted decoration incorporating flowers, figures, crabs, insects, etc on a speckled pale green ground, fitted with double light fittings, 46 cm tall approx (not including base or fittings) 60-80
59.     A 19th century oriental vase of cylindrical form with polychrome painted dragon and flowering tree decoration on a pale turquoise ground within yellow borders, 26 cm tall approx 50-80
60.     An unusual 19th century Cantonese jug of wide cylindrical form with polychrome painted figure and floral decoration, 14 cm approx, together with a figure of a seated immortal with celadon type glazed finish, 29 cm tall approx, an 18th century tea bowl with blue painted floral sprig decoration, etc (5) 40-60
61.     An extensive collection of oriental Thousand Flower type pattern wares including oval serving plate, further plates, serving bowls, spoons, etc (75 plus pieces), together with further colourful oriental ceramics including yellow ground teawares comprising teapot, covered sugar bowl, milk jug, cake plate, three cups, six saucers and six tea plates, further decorative rice bowls, spoons, etc (a collection) To be sold on behalf of Save The Children Fund 40-60
62.     An unusual 19th century oriental water font of fluted form together with cover, the famille verte painted decoration incorporating fish, crabs, etc and fitted with a metal tap modelled as the nose of a mythical beast, 45 cm total approx 200-300
63.     A 19th century oriental blue and white vase of four sided form with painted flower and branch decoration, 13.5 cm approx 40-60
64.     An unusual early 19th century oriental enamelled teapot of globular form with polychrome decoration of figures in a landscape including male musician, figures at a table, etc and with shaped handle with rattan covering, total height including handle 26.5 cm approx 80-120
65.     A Royal Worcester blush ivory tusk shaped jug with painted and gilded floral decoration, puce printed mark to base number 116, 15 cm tall approx 50-80
66.     A Doulton Lambeth faience vase with dark green Titanium glazed finish and with impressed mark to base Lambeth L8829, 15.5 cm approx 30-50
67.     An early 19th century Derby coffee can and saucer of fluted form with polychrome painted chinoiserie decoration and painted marks to base 25-30
68.     A 19th century Staffordshire figure group of the tailor's wife riding on a goat, after the Meissen model of Count Bruhl's tailor and wife, after JJ Kaendler, 13.5 cm approx 25-30
69.     An unusual 19th century oriental wall pocket in the form of a vase with applied figures of climbing boys with blue grey painted floral decoration, 17 cm long approx 50-80
70.     A good quality oriental tea bowl of shaped form with enamelled floral sprigs on a yellow ground with all over incised scrolling leaf detail and with blue painted seal mark to base, 8 cm diameter approx 200-250
71.     An unusual early 19th century Derby coffee can with black and gilt Egyptian style motifs on a yellow ground and with painted mark to base, 6 cm high approx 80-100
72.     A 19th century continental trio, possibly Swiss, with fine quality painted decoration of a laurel wreath and instruments and music book within floral garlands, with blue painted fish type mark to base 40-60
73.     A 19th century stirrup cup in the form of a fox mask, 11 cm long approx 60-80
74.     Pair of Chinese porcelain panels, hand painted with shrimp and fish with calligraphy detail, within carved wooden panels, 87 x 22cm total (2) 50-80
75.     Large pair of Chinese Imari porcelain lidded baluster vases decorated with floral panels, the lids mounted by seated gilt temple dogs on turned wooden plinth bases, 64 cm high (2) 60-100
76.     A pair of early 20th century relief moulded and painted plaster work chargers of circular form with male and female classical figure decoration, 44cm diameter approx 30-50
77.     A collection of New Chelsea Staffordshire floral teawares with yellow border decoration, comprising milk jug, sugar bowl, cake plate, six cups, six saucers, six tea plates, together with further Staffordshire teawares in the art deco manner with enamel style decoration comprising cake plate, milk jug, sugar bowl, five cups, six saucers and six tea plates 30-50
78.     A quantity of Standard China Tudor shaped Art Deco teawares, Colclough floral dinner and teawares, a Royal Crown Derby Imari pattern coffee can and saucer pattern number 1128 and two further Derby coffee cans and saucers, a small collection of 1920s ceramic half dolls and a blue and white printed jug and basin set in the Floris pattern, a collection of plated flatwares including a cased pair of serving spoons, etc (collection) 30-50
79.     A collection of early 20th century ceramics with printed and infilled border decoration comprising pair of cake plates, milk jug, sugar bowl, six cups, nine saucers, twelve tea plates, six dessert dishes 40-60
80.     A collection of early 19th century and later ceramics including a pair of dark red and gilt candlesticks understood to be Chamberlains Worcester, 23.5 cm tall approximately, an armorial plate central with painted horse crest inscribed Festina Lente and with additional Bishops Mitre crest, 26 cm approximately, a pair of late 19th century Royal Worcester plates in the 18th century manner, a 19th century trio with green and gilt border decoration and painted landscape panel together with a matching plate, etc (12) 30-50
81.     A quantity of Royal Doulton Winthrop pattern wares comprising three two handled tureens and covers, pair of sauce boats and stands, oval meat plate, ten dinner plates, ten dessert plates, ten side plates, coffee pot, milk jug, sugar bowl, ten coffee cups, ten coffee saucers, soup bowls and saucers, etc 80-100
82.     A collection of 19th century and later ceramics including an oriental blue and white lamp base with painted figure decoration (for restoration), 26.5 cm tall approximately, a further cream glazed lamp base with floral encrusted detail, an oriental blanc de chine figure of Guanyin 31.5 cm excluding base, three jelly moulds, Royal Crown Derby Posies pattern oval meat plate and eight matching dinner plates, continental floral decorated trio of wrythen form together with a matching plate, etc (collection) 40-60
83.     A pair of early 19th century Nantgarw dessert plates, with relief moulded borders and painted floral sprigs and sprays, 21cm diameter approx 400-500
84.     A Royal Copenhagen model of a kingfisher, number 3234 and a Royal Copenhagen model of a seal, number 1441 30-50
85.     A pair of 19th century Staffordshire models of recumbent black and white greyhounds raised on oval bases, together with two further 19th century models of greyhounds and a pair of continental models of seated dalmations (6) 40-60
86.     A set of three early 19th century Staffordshire figures representing Faith, Hope and Charity, all raised on square shaped bases, max height 21.5 cm tall approximately 80-120
87.     A collection of four 19th century miniature candle and chamber sticks, with various floral decoration, max height 7cm (4) 25-30
88.     A 19th century continental three sectional teapot and stand (veilleuse) with painted continuous landscape incorporating a river, figures, ruined building, etc, maximum assembled height 22.5 cm tall approx 40-60
89.     A 19th century continental bisque figure group of a female classical character riding on a big cat, 17 cm long approx 40-60
89A.    Royal Collection - Buckingham Palace bone china plate, celebrating the Golden Jubilee 1852 - 2002, limited edition 898/1000, with certificate and box 25-30
90.     An early 19th century cream glazed model of a miniature longcase clock with painted detail in the Pratt palette, 21 cm tall, approximately 50-70
91.     An early 19th century hollow cast pottery model of a hurdy-gurdy player in 18th century style costume 20.5 cm tall approx 30-50
92.     An early 20th century continental model of a young woman in crinoline style dress holding a basket and raised on a circular base with impressed number 7753, together with a spill holder in the form of a man holding binoculars and inscribed to base Looking Out, 14 cm tall approx 30-50
93.     A set of four late 19th century continental models of animal musicians, possibly Sitzendorf, with simulated ivory style glaze and comprising a lion conductor, a monkey playing a flute, a fox playing the fiddle and a pug dog playing a horn, all with blue painted marks to base, 18 cm tall approximately 100-150
94.     A 19th century Meissen type charger with blue and white painted floral decoration with blue cross swords mark to reverse and old paper labels - This dish was purchased from the auction of the contents of the home of Sir Edward Stern, Fan Court, Chertsey, Surrey during 1935, 30 cm diameter approximately 50-70
95.     A pair of 19th century pottery spill holders in the form of tree trunks with applied figures of black and white deer 14.5 cm approximate height, together with an early 19th century Staffordshire figure of Hope raised on a square cut base, 18.5 cm tall approximately 40-60
96.     A good quality 19th century continental figure group of a pair of Bacchanalian cherubs, one riding on a black and white goat, the other holding a flaming pan, with a kid feeding from its mother, raised on a scrolling and floral encrusted base with impressed numbers and small red painted mark to underside, 20.5cm approx 150-200
97.     A limited edition Border Fine Arts model of a standing ram inscribed JA Butler edition number 48/500, raised on an oval wooden base, 16.5cm tall approx 25-30
98.     An unusual 19th century Minton tile with painted decoration in the arts and crafts manner of a bird with a fish in its bill, amongst blue flowers, with moulded Minton mark to reverse and painted mark for Holland and Holt, Warwick (this company was started by William Holland, fl. 1846-1883, and produced stained glass and decorative items) 20.5cm square approx, together with a Delft tile, 13cm square approx (2) 50-80
99.     A collection of 19th century blue and white printed child's miniature teawares comprising teapot, milk jug, sugar bowl, four cups, six saucers and two plates 30-40
100.    A Fieldings Crown Devon musical jug, with relief moulded figures of Welsh characters and Welsh poem, Llwyn On, 20.5cm tall approx 40-50
101.    A pair of Villeroy and Boch plates with blue and gilt fish decoration, a yellow ground continental plate with fish decoration and indistinct signature to reverse, a Royal Doulton figure - The Lobster Man HN2317 and The New Complete Angler by Stephen Downes and Martin Knowelden, signed by the illustrator 30-50
102.    A late 19th century Minton tile with Kate Greenaway type decoration, with moulded marks to reverse, 15cm square approx, framed, a Portmeirion Botanic Garden lamp base, 26cm tall approx, a collection of seven Havilland Limoges two handled soup bowls and covers and five matching saucers, etc (a collection) 30-50
111.    A large 19th century blue and white printed meat plate of oval form with well, with Egyptian style landscape to the centre within floral border, with printed mark Egypt to reverse, 55cm long approx, together with a pair of early 20th century Staffordshire models of seated pugs with glass eyes, 30cm tall approx and a small collection of Royal Cauldon Victorian pattern soup bowls and saucers (a collection) 40-60
112.    A collection of 19th century Macao pattern dinnerwares, comprising a pair of tureens and covers, pair of sauce tureens, covers and stands and one ladle, sauce boat, five oval graduated meat plates, twelve dinner plates, ten dessert plates and eight side plates 60-80
113.    A collection of studio pottery wares by Denis Moore (British 1908-1977) for Green Dene Pottery, comprising a vase with blue glazed finish, 30cm tall approx, a further smaller brown glazed vase and two bowls, together with a ceramic tray with painted cockerel decoration and painted and moulded leaf design, with painted mark to base, Made By Miriam Khosi, Aromoye Studio, dated 2007, 38cm approx (5) 30-50
114.    A collection of ceramics and glassware including violet printed wrythen moulded teawares, an unusual ceramic door bell, a glass model of a ship in a bottle, four decanters and stoppers of various form, etc, together with a pair of brass candlesticks with ridged knopped detail and a small quantity of wristwatches (a collection) 30-50
115.    An oriental bottle shaped vase with polychrome painted decoration of dancing characters, 27cm tall approx, together with a model of a seated Buddha, a collection of Minton Ancestral pattern teawares, a green glass bottle inscribed James Rudman, Bristol, two further glass bottles and a small collection of plated flatware (a collection) 25-30
116.    A quantity of ceramics including Minton Ardsley pattern teawares, a set of six decorative jelly moulds, Victorian teawares with grey printed floral decoration, etc (a collection) 30-50
117.    Two Poole Pottery tureens and covers with stylised vegetable decoration, a Poole Pottery dish with abstract design, 20.5cm diameter, a turquoise glass ships decanter with moulded E crest, etc (a collection) 25-30
118.    A collection of Mason's Ironstone Chartreuse pattern wares comprising two ginger jars and covers, a vase and cover, jug, oval meat plate, etc, together with a set of four Spode Blue Room collection spice jars and covers, Copeland Spode Italian pattern jug, Royal Doulton toby jug - Winston Churchill, etc (a collection) 40-60
119.    A collection of Drown Ducal Bristol wares with pink printed chinoiserie style bird and floral decoration comprising circular serving plate, jam pot and cover, milk jug, covered sugar bowl, fifteen dessert plates, seventeen further plates, etc 40-60
120.    A collection of Masons Old Chelsea pattern blue and white printed wares including teapot, milk jug, sugar bowl, sauce boat and stand, ten dinner plates, ten dessert plates, eight side plates, eight dessert or soup bowls, fourteen cups and five saucers 50-70
121.    A Yard of Ale glass of typical form with leather straps, 88cm long 20-30
122.    A collection of Holmguaard type glassware comprising six vases of typical form, the largest 30cm high (6) 80-120
123.    Art glass obelisk by Peter Layton, with interesting frosted detail, 32cm high, signature to base 40-60
124.    A good quality cut and etched glass asparagus vase, with hobnail cut and floral panels upon a star cut base, 33cm high 30-50
125.    Novelty glass decanter in the form of a trumpet, with parquet type engraved decoration, 55cm high 30-50
126.    Probably by Waterford, cut glass baluster table lamp, the shade with star cut detail, 45cm high 100-200
127.    A mixed collection of Murano glassware to include a pair of twin handled baluster vases, an elephant, a sweet corn, vases, bowls, two glass candlesticks, two bronze four branch candelabra, bottle coaster, etc (17) 40-60
128.    A mixed collection of cut and cranberry glassware to include various wine and sherry glasses, tumblers, novelty baskets; together with a further Caithness paperweight and art glass lamp (a collection) 40-60
129.    Set of ten cut glass champagnes of elegant form, together with two further star cut champagnes and various other glassware to include antique measuring vessels (a collection) 40-60
130.    A collection of antique advertising/beer bottles, many of local interest (11) 20-30
131.    A collection of breweryana or branded glasses to include six Babycham flutes, a collection of six waisted Silver Jubilee Coke Cola glasses, six Pony glasses and four Cherry B (a collection) 40-60
132.    Set of six Juliska champagne flutes with applied glass spiral detail, 23cm high, together with a further set of six Juliska tumblers, with similar decoration (12) 50-80
133.    Set of seven bohemian glass short drinking glasses with embossed coloured panels and gilt decoration, together with a further twisted stem glass (8) 40-60
134.    A collection of various paperweights, together with a glass pin tray with Millefiori canes (6) 40-60
135.    A collection of star cut drinking glasses to include wines, sherry tumblers, etc, together with a further Irish type baluster decanter (a collection) 50-80
136.    Two cased pairs of Stuart Crystal glasses, together with a further cased pair of Thomas Webb wine glasses and a further ten boxes of Doulton crystal wine glasses (13 boxes) 60-100
137.    Graduated pair of glass domes, 50 and 43cm high respectively (2) 70-90
138.    A collection of various glass wares to include champagnes, Sundae bowls, decanters, etc; together with a pair of continental porcelain cake plates (a collection) 40-60
139.    A large collection of various glassware to include a good quality bell shaped decanter, a pair of lidded candy jars (1 lid af) various champagnes and others (a collection) 30-50
140.    A large collection of hobnail cut glass ware to include various wine glasses, tumblers, champagnes, etc (a collection) 60-100
141.    A large collection of various star cut drinking glasses to include wines, champagnes, various tumblers and others (a collection) 50-80
142.    18 Murano glass fish together with three Murano baskets and a vase (22) 60-100
143.    Four various Geoffrey Baxter Whitefriars tangerine glass vases, the largest 26 cm high (4) 100-120
144.    Fine quality leaded stained glass panel depicting three children, with a terrier, gathering spring flower in pastures, above a cliff lined bay, with butterflies, birds, bluebells, daisies, toy horse and straw hat etc, set within a repeating foliate border, with arts and crafts influence, 133 x 74 cm 2000-3000
151.    A twin handled silver plated punch bowl with gadrooned rim and twin lion head handles, upon a stepped circular base, 34cm diameter, together with a further silver plated Kings pattern ladle with lobed bowl (2) 30-50
152.    A collection of various planished pewter teawares to include tudric and WH Hassler, together with a further ebonised baluster wooden candlestick (10) 40-60
153.    Cased Elkington silver plated canteen of cutlery 40-60
154.    A continental cased white metal canteen of fiddle thread cutlery, marked Geislingen 90 and a further collection of various continental white metal table and teawares (a collection) 60-100
155.    Three piece planished pewter baluster tea service with twin handled tray and further pewter lidded tobacco jar; together with a collection of lustre glassware to include toadstools, paperweights, etc (a collection) 40-60
156.    A collection of silver plated items to include a gallery tray, compania wine urn, teawares, flatwares, etc (a collection) 30-50
157.    A large collection of various silver plated wares to include a five branch silver plated candelabra, a serpentine shaped gallery tray, entree dishes, tea services; together with a collection of various antique pewter wares (a collection) 50-80
158.    Large twin handled silver plated tray, together with various silver plated tea and table wares 40-60
159.    A mixed collection of silver and silver plate to include mainly silver plate items of teawares, twin handled tray, together with white metal cup sleeves, etc (a boxful) 40-60
160.    Good quality silver plated plinth or stand, with a mirrored top and beaded decoration engraved with scrolled foliage, 42cm diameter, within a wooden carry case 50-80
161.    Three tier canteen of Queens pattern flatware comprising various spoons, forks and replacements 100-200
162.    Cube Teapots of Leicester, silver plated cube teapot, engraved with floral swags, 12cm high, together with two antique back stamped pewter plates (3) 40-60
163.    WMF silver plated twin handled wine bucket with art nouveau tulip shaped motifs, 19cm high, together with a further WMF pewter desk standish, with green glass inkwell, Danish silver plated sleeve embossed with a communal tavern type scene and further silver plated cheese dish and lid and two pieces of Mason's Mandarin ware (6) 60-100
164.    Good quality early 20th century golden oak cased canteen of cutlery, the hinged lid enclosing various knives, forks and teaspoons with carving set to the verso side, over a single drawer enclosing various spoons and a ladle, canteen, 52 cm wide 150-250
171.    1930s silver twin handled trophy inscribed The Bob Tytherleigh Memorial Trophy, maker marks worn, Birmingham 1938, 18oz gross approx upon a silver applied plinth base, 24cm high 150-200
172.    Pair of good quality 19th century hobnail cut glass ships scent bottles, the silver lid lobed with scrolled foliage, with original prismatic stoppers, each 12cm high (2) 100-150
173.    A collection of silver dressing items to include brush mirror and silver topped jar, all embossed with cherubs, together with a further silver lidded glass jar, a silver lidded hobnail cut scent bottle with original prismatic stopper and a further circular jewellery box, the top engraved with a wreath (6) 60-100
174.    Two similar easel pocket watch cases, the largest 10.5 x 10cm (2) 30-50
175.    Silver applied cedar lined cigarette box, hall marks rubbed, 18cm wide (af), together with a cased set of six silver handled fruit knives, cased silver collared bone handled fish serving knife and fork and further cased dessert fork set with cake slice (4) 30-50
176.    Good pair of George III silver Old English table spoons, maker Solomon Hougham, Solomon Royes and John East Dix, London 1817, 22cm long, 4.5oz approx 40-60
177.    A mixed collection of silver to include a circular silver applied tondo easel frame, a planished silver pocket watch case, two silver cruet pieces, silver dwarf candlestick and silver alms type dish (6) 50-100
178.    1970s three piece Victorian style silver dressing set comprising two brushes and a mirror (3) 40-60
179.    Three silver applied easel picture frames, two square examples and one tondo, together with three silver plated easel picture frames (6) 40-80
180.    Early 20th century silver oval tray, maker RP, London 1916, 25.5cm long, 8.5oz approx; together with a further silver napkin ring, dressing hand mirror and silver applied glass match striker, (4) 80-120
181.    Cased pair of bonbon type dishes with cast rims, maker Deakin & Francis, Birmingham 1908, each 10.5cm diameter; together with cased suite of six silver teaspoons and sugar tong, 5oz approx 40-60
182.    Interesting faceted baluster castor, with panelled sides, maker Henry Atkin, Sheffield, 1942, 15cm high; together with a further pair of flared silver vases and two silver topped glass castors (5) 60-100
183.    Good quality Georgian silver stand, pierced with acanthus wreath and with engraved Greek key borders, framing a mahogany base, centrally fitted with a silver disk engraved with a standing heron, maker marks rubbed, London 1806, 18cm long 100-150
184.    Metalor kilo of Swiss 9.999 fine silver within a wooden case with certificate 400-450
185.    Silver Eupergne, with four flutes, makers marks worn, Birmingham 1907, 33cm high (af) 60-100
186.    Good quality Walker & Hall planished flared vase, with weighted base, Sheffield 1919, 26.5cm high 50-80
187.    Good quality four piece cruet comprising two salts, a mustard and pepper, with blue glass liners and three spoons, maker TL, Sheffield 1910, 6.5oz approx 50-80
188.    Silver five piece cruet comprising two salts, two peppers, mustard and three spoons, with two glass liners, maker RP, London 1901, 5.5oz approx 40-60
189.    Edwardian silver bonbon dish upon three spade feet, with wavy rim, maker RP, London 1904, 10cm diameter; together with a further silver baluster jug, 6ox approx (2) 50-80
190.    Mixed collection of silver to include a bonbon dish with pierced butterfly rim, cigarette case and napkin rings, 5.5oz approx, together with a further white metal napkin rings (4) 50-80
191.    A collection of bijouterie silver to include three napkin rings, interesting Masonic type pendant, mounted with a twin eagle with black enamel detail, vesta case, medal, candle snuffer, etc, 5 grams gross approx (7) 40-60
192.    A mixed collection of cabinet silver to include interesting pin cushion of stylised form, mounted with an amethyst thistle, together with a further antique silver caddy spoon, four silver cocktail skewers in the form of golf clubs and a further art nouveau silver button (7) 30-50
193.    A mixed collection of white metal (possibly silver) to include a collection of novelty apostle type teaspoons, and further novelty spoons, a sugar scoop, fiddle thread table fork, spoon and preserve spoon, an further Danish white metal novelty spoon mounted with a chicken with chicks, 11.5oz approx 60-100
194.    Suite of eleven silver coffee spoons with matching sugar nips, maker JR, Sheffield 1911; together with two further novelty coffee spoons, two Old English tea spoons and a further salt spoon, 7oz approx (17) 50-80
195.    1920s silver hip shaped cigarette case with engraved decoration, 2.5oz approx; together with an unusual white metal and semi-precious stone cocktail stick set with stand (2) 40-80
196.    A large collection of various thimbles to include silver examples by Charles Horner (a collection) 30-50
197.    A cased set of six continental 800 silver novelty teaspoons mounted with a rose, together with a further cased set of six novelty cake forks (possibly silver) and a further silver napkin (13) 30-50
198.    Four good antique silver fiddle pattern table spoons to include George III Exeter example by Joseph Hicks, together with a further matched pair of silver preserve spoons and chain, 11oz approx and a silver plated table fork 100-150
199.    Mixed collection of silver and plate to include a cased three piece cruet comprising salt pepper and lidded mustard, two silver plated hip flasks and a further silver plated basket (4) 30-50
200.    A mixed collection of silver and continental white metal spoons, two open silver cauldron salts and one other of golf ball form, 8oz approx 60-80
201.    9ct flat curb link necklace hung with a Swiss yellow metal 'OBWALDNER KANT SCHUTZENFEST, KERNS 1983' token in 9ct pendant mount, 15.7g 150-250
202.    9ct gate link bracelet with heart padlock clasp, 10.4g 80-120
203.    9ct gate link bracelet with engraved decoration and heart padlock clasp, 11.5g 80-120
204.    9ct Albert clasp with attached 9ct cross, anchor and horseshoe charms / pendants and yellow metal St Christopher, 14.4g 100-150
205.    9ct charm / pendant modelled as a cat, 8.1g 60-100
206.    9ct belcher link chain with attached 9ct humorous cat pendant, 10.2g 80-120
207.    Two 9ct belcher link necklaces; one hung with a 9ct St Christopher, 10.9g (2) 80-120
208.    Edwardian double swallow brooch in unmarked yellow metal, 4.8g 80-120
209.    9ct safety pin, 6g 40-60
210.    Two bi-colour brooches; one in the form of a basket of flowers and the other of stylised floral design, 8.5g total (2) 80-120
211.    22ct wedding ring with engraved floral detail, stamped CG&S for Charles Green & Son, size M, 5.9g 120-150
212.    Two 9ct gate link bracelets with heart padlock clasps, 14.4g total (2) 120-150
213.    9ct belcher link necklace, 17g 150-180
214.    Group of 9ct novelty charms to include a hinged Toby jug, swan, pig, etc, 7.9g (7) 60-80
215.    Yellow metal half sovereign ring dated 1911 (worn), size L, 4.8g 80-120
216.    Group of 9ct jewellery with engraved decoration; two cross pendants and two heart padlock clasps, 8.7g total (4) 70-100
217.    9ct diamond set signet ring, size W and two further 9ct examples, 7.6g total (3) 60-80
218.    Three 18ct diamond set rings, 6g total (3) 80-120
219.    Group of horseshoe / wishbone motif jewellery comprising three 9ct brooches and two yellow metal stick pins to include an example set with rose cut diamonds and pearl terminal, 6.4g total (5) 80-120
220.    18ct sapphire and diamond flower head ring, size J/K and a further diamond set yellow metal ring with beaded detail, size I, 3.9g total (2) 50-80
221.    Group of 9ct jewellery comprising a cameo brooch and two similar rings, two plaited style half hoop rings and a further pearl set example, 11.2g total (6) 60-80
222.    Five 9ct illusion set diamond rings, 7.7g total (5) 50-80
223.    Group of 9ct gem set jewellery comprising a citrine pendant necklace, citrine dress ring, size J/K, and a blue spinel pendant necklace, 10.2g total (3) 50-100
224.    Six 9ct rings; four eternity rings set with white stones and two wedding rings to include a tri-colour example, 13.2g total (6) 60-100
225.    Two Victorian 9ct rings; an ornate split pearl and garnet cluster ring, size O/P and a horseshoe design ring set with seed pearls and blue spinel, 5.2g total (2) 60-100
226.    Group of gold jewellery comprising an early 20th century 9ct diamond set gypsy ring, size L/M, a 9ct chain link brooch, a similar unmarked example and a further 9ct brooch, 10.3g total (af) (4) 80-120
227.    9ct novelty jewellery comprising a ring modelled as a fish with diamond set eyes, size O and a pair of fox mask stud earrings, 5.4g total (3) 40-80
228.    Group of 9ct blue spinel jewellery comprising four diamond set half hoop rings, a further heart shaped ring, a diamond set pendant necklace and a further paste pendant necklace, 9.5g total (7) 60-100
229.    Collection of 9ct jewellery comprising a bow brooch, cultured pearl bar brooch, teddy bear charm and three fine link necklaces; two with associated pendants, 8.8g total (6) 60-100
230.    14k blue stone and diamond half hoop ring, size K/L, together with a group of 9ct jewellery comprising two further half hoop rings set with cubic zirconia and three pendant necklaces of varying design, 8.8g total (6) 80-120
231.    Collection of 9ct jewellery comprising two cross pendant necklaces, five further cross pendants and a St Christopher, 9.3g total (8) 80-120
232.    Two 9ct chain necklaces each hung with a T-bar; a belcher link and a flat curb link example, 11.5g total (2) 100-120
233.    9ct rope twist necklace and a 9ct fancy link bracelet, 8g total (2) 60-100
234.    Four 9ct cluster dress rings to include a blue spinel and diamond example, a morganite and diamond example, a chrysoprase and paste example and a garnet cluster example, 7.6g total (4) 60-80
235.    Early 20th century 15ct aquamarine and seed pearl bar brooch, 3.4g and a further 9ct swallow bar brooch, 1g (2) 40-60
236.    9ct belcher link necklace with cornucopia pendant and a similar fine link example, 6.5g total (2) 60-80
237.    Australian kangaroo brooch stamped '9W', 2g, together with a star and crescent brooch in unmarked yellow metal set with blue spinels and white stones (left stone is a diamond, other two are replacement white pastes), 5g and a silver 'Mother' brooch (3) 80-120
238.    Modern 9ct curb link charm bracelet with heart padlock clasp, hung with three novelty charms comprising poodle, frog and fish, 7.6g 60-80
239.    Fifteen pairs of 9ct hoop stud earrings of varying design, 23g total 150-250
240.    Eight pairs of 9ct Creole earrings, 9.1g total 80-120
241.    Pair of 14ct bi-colour Creole earrings, 2.7g and three further pairs of 9ct tri-colour stud earrings, 3.1g (8) 50-80
242.    Five pairs of 9ct stud earrings to include a white gold diamond set pair of square form, further diamond set pair of cross design and a pair of textured cube earrings, etc, 5.2g total (10) 40-60
243.    Collection of 9ct stud earrings of varying design to include cats, butterflies, teddy bears, bows, leaves, shells, etc, 9.4g total 80-120
244.    Collection of 9ct earrings to include a paste set pair of star form, pair of tapered drops, pair of cubic zirconia studs, button studs, various pearl set examples, etc, 11.4g total (11 pairs) 80-120
245.    9ct Art Nouveau pink paste drop pendant and a 9ct hinged bangle with engraved foliate decoration (metal safety chain), 7.1g total (2) 60-100
246.    Good quality vintage 9ct bracelet by David Shackman & Sons, London 1974, 15.9g 120-180
247.    9ct bi-colour bracelet of geometric design set with paste, 16.6g 100-150
248.    Victorian turquoise and split pearl bar brooch in yellow metal, 4cm long approx, 3.2g 40-80
249.    Art Nouveau 9ct turquoise and seed pearl pendant by Henry Matthews, Birmingham 1907, hung from a 9ct chain necklace (clasp metal), 6.7g 80-120
250.    18ct wedding ring, size M and an 18ct ruby and diamond gypsy ring, size N (cut), 6.2g total (2) 80-120
251.    Mixed lot of 9ct jewellery comprising a garnet wreath brooch, a citrine and diamond cluster pendant necklace (chain clasp af), a further carved nephrite floral pendant necklace and a cameo pendant, 14.3g total (4) 100-150
252.    Early 20th century 9ct Buren watch with enamel dial and Roman numerals, associated plated concertina bracelet and a 9ct Victorian floral brooch (2) 40-80
253.    9ct bangle with engine turned decoration, 10.6g (dented) 80-120
254.    Two early 20th century 18ct diamond cluster rings, 3.7g total (2) 80-120
255.    Three 9ct blue spinel half hoop rings; one also set with diamonds, 8g total (3) 60-80
256.    Four 9ct paste set dress rings to include a pink stone and cubic zirconia half hoop example, sizes K - Q, 8.9g total (4) 70-100
257.    Four 9ct diamond set rings comprising an Art Deco style example, a half hoop example and two spinel cluster examples, all size O, 9.1g total (4) 70-100
258.    Four 9ct gem set dress rings, to include a sapphire and white stone example, a chrysoprase and opal cluster and a vintage blue stone example, etc, sizes K - P/Q, 10.6g total (4) 60-100
259.    Five 9ct cluster dress rings comprising a sapphire and opal cluster example and four paste set examples, sizes K - Q/R, 15g total (5) 70-100
260.    Three rings comprising an antique pearl and turquoise example, unmarked, size L, a further unmarked claw set garnet example with beaded detail and a 14k goldstone example, 6g total (3) 80-100
261.    Group of 9ct jewellery comprising a locket with engraved foliate decoration and two wedding rings, 6.4g total (3) 60-80
262.    14k channel set cubic zirconia ring, size O and a 9ct blue spinel and diamond half hoop ring, size P, 5.6g total (2) 40-80
263.    18ct white gold half eternity ring set with princess cut sapphires and round cut diamonds, size O, 3.3g 80-120
264.    18ct wedding ring, size O, 3.1g 50-70
265.    Sovereign dated 1913 200-250
266.    Sovereign dated 1893 200-250
267.    Sovereign dated 1907 200-250
268.    Sovereign dated 1907 200-250
269.    Sovereign and a half sovereign, each dated 1912 (2) 300-350
270.    Half sovereign dated 1903 80-120
271.    18ct citrine and diamond line bracelet, 17.5cm long approx (excluding inner clasp), 10.6g 150-250
272.    Yellow metal foxtail link chain necklace, 12.9g (old repair) 100-150
273.    9ct double strand chain necklace, 8g 60-100
274.    9ct hinged bangle with scrolled decoration, 12.8g 100-150
275.    22ct wedding ring, size Y, 5.7g 100-150
276.    22ct wedding ring, size N, 6.3g 120-150
277.    Edwardian 18ct turquoise and pearl ring, size Q, 3.2g 40-80
278.    18ct oval sapphire and diamond cluster ring, size P, 3.1g 80-120
279.    18ct signet ring, size S, 6.5g 100-150
280.    18ct buckle ring with engraved decoration, size P, 3.8g 60-80
281.    Fine pair of diamond daisy cluster stud earrings, millegrain set in unmarked white metal, central stones 0.50cts each approx, 2.6g total 400-800
282.    Pair of diamond solitaire stud earrings, 0.25cts each approx, millegrain set in unmarked white metal, 0.8g total (no butterflies) 100-200
283.    18ct three stone diamond ring, size L/M, 4.1g 80-120
284.    Stylised 9ct brooch, 4.6g and a further large 9ct cameo brooch depicting the profile of a lady, (2) 50-80
285.    9ct bar link necklace interspersed with turquoise beads, 18.1g 60-100
286.    9ct turquoise bombe ring, size N/O and a pair of 18ct cabochon turquoise stud earrings with screw fastenings, 6.9g total (3) 50-100
287.    Good Victorian Bohemian pyrope garnet encrusted brooch in the form of a fruiting vine, in yellow metal, 6.5cm long approx 100-150
288.    Four pairs of 9ct gem set stud earrings to include a good amethyst pair and a garnet trefoil cluster pair, 9.9g total (8) 60-100
289.    Yellow metal wirework starburst pendant set with an alexandrite type stone, together with a further yellow metal heart shaped rose quartz pendant and a 9ct paste set eternity ring, size P, 14.8g total (3) 70-100
290.    Group of carved hardstone (possibly jade) jewellery depicting fruit, comprising two pendants, each with yellow metal loop and a pair of 9ct stud earrings (4) 80-120
291.    9ct pendant depicting a sailing yacht and a filigree Maltese cross brooch in indistinctly marked gold, 8.6g total (2) 70-100
292.    Edwardian 15ct pendant necklace set with garnets and seed pearls, a 9ct wedding ring, size M/N and a 9ct fancy link chain (chain af), 7.1g total (3) 70-100
293.    9ct belcher link chain, 12.4g 100-150
294.    22ct wedding ring, size N, 3.2g 60-80
295.    18ct three stone diamond ring, size M, 2.2g 80-120
296.    Group of 9ct jewellery comprising two cross pendants, enamelled clover charm (af) and four pairs of earrings, 8g total (11) 40-60
297.    15ct Egyptian Revival scarab beetle bar brooch, set with a carved chrysoprase scarab with hieroglyphics to reverse, 5.6cm long approx, 3.4g, contained in a Charles Packer & Co Ltd case 50-80
298.    1970s 18ct ring set with a faceted citrine in plaited mount, maker D.J.E., size P, 7.4g 80-120
299.    18ct ruby and diamond three stone ring, size G/H, 2g 50-80
300.    18ct sapphire and diamond half hoop ring and a further 18ct faceted amethyst dress ring, both size P, 5.9g total (2) 80-120
301.    1970s abstract 9ct drop pendant necklace by Deakin & Francis, 17g 150-250
302.    9ct Masonic ring set with agate (af), size P, 7.5g and a small 9ct T-bar chain with attached gilt metal seal (2) 50-100
303.    Antique 9ct curb link charm bracelet with heart padlock clasp, hung with an 1898 half sovereign, 9ct seal and four further yellow metal charms to include an agate and turquoise set compass modelled as a marching drum, etc, 47.3g (clasp af) 450-550
304.    9ct brick link fob chain with attached swivel compass, 17.7g 80-120
305.    1930s 9ct engine turned cigarette case with slide action, by Padgett & Braham Ltd, inscribed to interior, 12.5 x 8.5cm approx, 176.5g 1800-2200
306.    Yellow metal belcher link necklace, 10.4g 80-120
307.    9ct keeper ring, size U, 6.8g and two single pietra dura floral earrings; one 9ct, the other unmarked (3) 60-100
308.    Group of gold jewellery comprising a pair of 14ct Greek key hoop earrings - 3.8g, together with a 9ct rope twist necklace and two further pairs of 9ct earrings; a pair of knot design studs and a pair of Creole earrings - 5.8g (7) 80-120
309.    Austro-Hungarian Renaissance Revival drop pendant set with baroque pearls, aquamarine and rubies, in filigree silver gilt, indistinct marks to loop, 7cm long approx (one stone to drop vacant) 100-200
310.    Good quality Essex crystal reverse painted demi-parure depicting birds in woodland setting, comprising a goldfinch pendant / brooch and pair of earrings depicting a goldfinch and a robin, in unmarked yellow metal (3) 500-800
311.    Hungarian 800 silver gilt parure comprising bracelet, brooch and pair of stud earrings, elaborately decorated with enamel and set with garnet coloured paste and pearls, clasp stamped 'GK B MADE IN HUNGARY' (4) 80-120
312.    Early 20th century carved jade pendant depicting a fish and frog on a lily pad, the white metal bale set with four graduated diamonds, 5.4cm long approx, hung on a long fine link white metal chain, in original fitted case by B.J. Tully 700-1000
313.    19th century style silver paste set brooch with cobalt blue enamel type panel, London 1955, makers mark worn 30-50
314.    19th century cabochon opal and rose cut diamond ring, with ornately engraved shank and traces of green enamel to shoulders, size N, 7.7g (af) 100-200
315.    Victorian gilt metal orange paste riviere necklace and matching drop earrings with later gold screw fittings, also with a Georgian citrine gold ring, marks worn (4) 100-200
316.    Pair of carved jade drop earrings with pierced detail and silver hooks 70-100
317.    Collection of assorted 9ct / yellow metal stud earrings 80-120
318.    9ct white gold diamond cluster ring set with baguette and round cut stones, size P, 5.9g 100-150
319.    Three 9ct diamond set rings; a blue topaz cluster example, an antique ruby example (one diamond vacant) and an illusion set flower head example, 4.8g total (3) 70-100
320.    22ct wedding ring, size Q/R, 4.5g 80-100
321.    Vintage 9ct hinged bamboo bangle, 15.5g 120-150
322.    18ct diamond solitaire ring, 0.20cts approx, size Q and an 18k white gold wedding ring stamped 'Belais', size L, 4.2g total (2) 80-120
323.    Platinum wedding ring, size P, 4.3g 60-100
324.    9ct propelling pencil with engine turned detail, inscribed, 11.4g 80-120
325.    9ct bi-colour hinged bangle set with three diamonds, 10g 80-120
326.    Collection of 9ct jewellery comprising a paste set pendant necklace with matching earrings, a signet ring (misshapen), pair of hoop stud earrings and a fine link pendant necklace (chain clasp af), 10.2g total, also with a yellow metal charm with lozenge mark to reverse 60-100
327.    9ct wedding ring, size V/W, 4.3g, a further 8ct ring (setting vacant), 3.2g and a gents Pulsar kinetic wristwatch, etc (5) 60-80
328.    Interesting lot of silver jewellery comprising an enamelled pansy brooch marked JA&S - no. 1291, a further enamelled Scottish 'Fantasia Blackberry' brooch, a pendant necklace by C.A. Christensen depicting a bird amidst branches (clasp soldered), an enamelled floral brooch by Charles Horner and a further similar example set with mother of pearl (5) 80-120
329.    Good mixed lot comprising a scrolled white metal brooch set with cabochon turquoise, a further example set with moonstone (pin vacant) and a cabochon moonstone fringe necklace with floral detail, clasp stamped 800 with indistinct makers mark (3) 80-120
330.    Mixed lot of silver bracelets / bangles comprising a cast hinged bangle of scrolled design - maker B Ltd, three further examples with engraved decoration, a christening bangle, three curb link bracelets each with heart padlock clasp, a similar gate link example and a contemporary rope twist example (10) 60-100
331.    Collection of Scottish / Scottish style silver brooches to include a large example set with amethyst coloured glass by W Johnson & Sons, a twin thistle example by Ward Brothers - plus further examples by the same maker, a sword and shield example by Shipton & Co, etc, also with two ingot pendant necklaces and a collection of Victorian silver brooches 80-120
332.    Silver Admes ladies cocktail watch set with marcasite, Chester 1954, together with a selection of silver jewellery comprising seven pairs of earrings and six rings, plus a small quantity of costume jewellery 40-80
333.    Silver curb link charm bracelet hung with a selection of novelty charms, mostly hinged, to include sewing machine, 'Hunters Moon Inn' with interior tavern scene, skull, etc, also with a silver Albert chain and a further Victorian example - (af) (3) 40-80
334.    Five silver charm bracelets hung with various good novelty charms to include enamelled matchsticks, mermaid, gypsy caravan, Corgi, hinged pig with sausages to interior, rocking chair, comedy and tragedy masks, etc, plus a selection of further loose charms 80-120
335.    19th century Chinese carved amethyst quartz bead necklace with white metal clasp and character mark to reverse 100-150
336.    Interesting collection of silver / white metal jewellery to include a filigree brooch modelled as a longboat, a painted porcelain example depicting a marine scene, further example in the form of a pig, boxed Mackintosh style brooch and pair of earrings, Mexican Maricela brooch, stylised moonstone stud earrings, etc 50-100
337.    Collection of silver costume jewellery to include a crescent brooch by Sydney & Co, a Scottish style brooch by F Narborough, a pink enamelled feather brooch, pair of amethyst earrings and five pendants set with various hardstone, etc 60-100
338.    Varied collection of silver jewellery comprising numerous pendant necklaces to include an example modelled as a Cornish pasty, approximately 40 rings, selection of hoop stud earrings of various engraved design, bracelets, etc 60-100
339.    Collection of costume jewellery novelty brooches, mainly animal and floral designs, to include two examples by Attwood & Sawyer (two boxes) 40-60
340.    Graduated oval amber bead necklace, 20g and a further long agate bead necklace (2) 80-120
341.    9ct fine link necklace hung with three tri-colour beads, a Christian Dior costume necklace of bow and heart design and a silver and mother of pearl fruit knife 30-50
342.    Vintage paste set costume necklace of elaborate design 60-80
343.    Mixed lot comprising a phenolic bead necklace, a British Red Cross enamelled badge, coinage and a small quantity of costume jewellery 30-50
344.    Antique yellow metal luckenbooth type brooch, together with a silver gilt 'Partridge in a pear tree' pendant necklace by John Pinches, in original box, a Franklin Mint 'The Duchess of Windsor Panther bracelet' and a gold plated bangle and locket (5) 60-100
345.    Collection of silver jewellery comprising seven marcasite set brooches, an articulated brooch and two similar pendants modelled as teddy bears, several pendant necklaces to include further teddy bears, ballet slippers, Pegasus, articulated clown, etc 40-60
346.    Cultured pearl necklace with 9ct pearl cluster clasp, together with a quantity of costume jewellery to include two enamelled silver blood donor badges, a gents gold plated Bulova wristwatch plus four further wristwatches, etc 40-60
347.    Collection of costume jewellery to include a 9ct bar brooch (af), late Victorian silver brooch, Siam silver brooch with cobalt blue enamel decoration, etc (a boxful) 30-50
348.    Mixed lot of costume jewellery to include a boxed Swarovski Crystal Memories rocking horse, a Waterford Crystal cross pendant on silver chain with box and pouch, a magnifier pendant necklace in the form of a ships wheel, vintage enamelled collar necklace and matching bracelet, cultured pearl necklace and a set of six enamelled Chinese charms / pendants in the form of various animals and a teapot, etc (a boxful) 40-60
349.    Interesting mixed lot of costume jewellery / bijouterie to include a silver plated rattle teething ring in the form of a rabbit, faceted citrine heart shaped pendant, boxed Coronation souvenir pencil, gold plated bangle, pair of paste set buckles, selection of Scottish and Celtic style brooches, etc (a boxful) 40-80
350.    Costume jewellery to include a contemporary silver stylised link bracelet, a 1950s Victorian style hinged silver bangle with engraved scrolled decoration, a white metal paste set flower head brooch, two Swarovski boxes, etc 30-50
351.    Mixed lot of costume jewellery / bijouterie to include wristwatches, a cameo brooch, etc, contained in a display case 30-50
352.    Extensive collection of unsorted costume jewellery (six boxes) 50-100
371.    Good quality 19th century pear cased single fusee silver pocket watch by George Janison of Ortlea with ornately engraved back plate and outer pear case, within a fruitwood architectural watch stand (2) 100-200
372.    Two silver fob watches both with enamel dials, one with subsidiary second dial together with a further silver yard-o-lead pencil (3) 40-60
373.    A tub containing a collection of silver and other pocket watches together with two vintage wristwatches (a collection) 50-80
374.    Cased Seiko automatic gents watch, with concertina strap, box and papers together with a further Timex quartz vintage watch and Adidas example (3) 50-80
375.    Early 20th century mid-sized gent's 9ct rose gold lug head watch, the silvered dial with subsidiary second dial and Arabic numerals, upon an associated gold plated concertina strap, together with a further boxed ladies rotary dress watch (2) 30-50
376.    Ladies 14k fob watch the enamel dial with gilt decoration and Roman numerals, 34.6 grams gross together with a further gents military Derick watch with leather strap and further 1970s Memo Star alarm stainless steel watch (3) 50-80
377.    Cased ladies 9ct Rotary cocktail watch with papers, together with a further ladies 9ct Accurist watch, 21.5 grams gross, together with a collection of various vintage wristwatches (a tub full) 100-200
378.    Vintage 9ct dress/cocktail watch upon an associated yellow metal concertina strap with a further gold plated Limit pocket watch and further white metal Hunter pocket watch for the Turkish market (3) 40-60
379.    Vintage ladies 9ct Omega Lady Matic cocktail/dress watch, the champagne dial with gilt baton markers upon a mesh bracelet, 28.8 grams gross 100-200
380.    Early 20th century gents 18ct lug head wristwatch, the enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary second dial upon a period leather strap 60-100
381.    Gents 9ct Omega automatic De Vill wristwatch, the champagne dial with baton markers upon a period leather strap 200-400
382.    Ladies 9ct Rotary dress watch, the champagne dial with Arabic and baton markers, 17 jewel Incabloc movement, period leather straps, together with two Sekonda quartz watches, an engine turned compact and a gold plated bangle (5) 40-60
383.    Vintage gent's Nisus gent's watch with interesting pie-pan type champagne dial and 30 jewels automatic movement, the dial with subsidiary dial and date aperture, with Arabic and baton markers, upon original concertina bracelet; together with a further vintage windup cabinet clock (2) 20-40
384.    Vintage Jaeger Le Coultre military pocket watch, black dial, arabic numerals, subsidiary second dial, lume hands, engraved with a military arrow and 'G.S.T.P. 241350' 50-80
385.    Robert Mouseman Thompson - octagonal oak wall barometer carved with a mouse with open movement, 22 cm wide 40-60
386.    Twin train drop dial wall clock, the silvered dial with Arabic numerals over a glazed hinged doors, 60cm high 30-50
387.    Mid-20th century aneroid barometer/thermometer, with silvered back plates and carved oak detail, 80cm high 10-20
388.    American Ogee drop dial wall clock, the painted tin dial with twin train movement open escapement, over a glazed panel, 66 cm high, pendulum, weight and key 40-60
389.    J King of Bristol flame mahogany barometer thermometer, with silvered dials, boxwood inlay, 96 cm high 20-40
390.    Mahogany cased twin train drop dial wall clock with octagonal bezel, twin train movement with subsidiary second dial over a shaped glass panel, 81 cm high, pendulum and key (AF) 20-40
391.    Musical picture clock, 19th century continental riverside landscape with a watermill, gilt frame, hinged back enclosing a music box, 50 x 58 cm in total (AF) 300-350
392.    President 31 day twin train drop dial wall clock together with Smiths eight day sunburst clock, Schatz Elexacta wall clock and pendulum and further novelty spitfire wall clock (4) 30-50
393.    Henry Henning of Lymington longcase clock dial and movement, with subsidiary date aperture, eight day movement striking on a bell, the dial 12 inch 50-80
394.    French brass cased figural mantle clock mounted by a cherub with gallery rail, twin cherub type handles and drum head movement, 38 cm high 80-100
395.    Continental twin train mantle clock with enamelled chapter ring and striking on a gong, 40 cm high, pendulum together with a further carriage clock (2) 40-80
396.    Edwardian walnut cased mantle clock with convex dial and boulle work inlay, wind-up movement, 17 cm high, together with a further brass serpentine cased carriage clock (2) 40-60
397.    French type gilt bird in cage automaton with winding movement, 30 cm high, currently working 400-450
398.    Three interesting time pieces to include a Kodak timer in cast steel case "The Venner" window switch number 398715 and a further cockpit clock (3) 60-100
399.    A large collection of various clock, watch and barometer reference books 20-40
400.    Shatz triple chime musical brass cased mantle clock, 25 cm high (AF) 50-80
401.    Dent watchmans recording clock pat number 544199 together with a further antique clinometer 50-80
402.    Two wall barometers the better in a brass bulk head type case with open movement, 17 and 24 cm diameter (2) 40-60
403.    A 19th century black slate architectural mantle clock, the twelve inch dial with enamel chapter ring, two train movement flanked by corinthian columns and mounted with a Roman battle scene, 31 cm high 40-60
404.    A collection of various vintage retro mantle clocks to include a Majak lucite case mantle clock, a Metamec vintage clock, a carriage clock decorated with a hunting scene, a further Metamec onyx case clock and a Shatz torsion (5) 40-60
405.    A collection of electric mantle clocks by Kundu, Schatz and Junghans (3) 50-80
406.    Two similar Mecanno clocks 40-60
407.    Westminster chime type three train mantle clock together with three others (4) 50-80
408.    Westminster chime style three train mantle clock with three others (4) 50-80
411.    Japanese lacquered glove box enclosing a vintage Parker fountain pen, with 14k nib, gilded and other buckles, etc 30-40
412.    1889 silver crown, Victorian commemorative medallion 1901, Edward VII, coronation medallion 1902, Louth Horticultural Society medallion 1856, German medal 14th June 1840, Fur Treven Dienst In Kriege - awarded to soldiers who were in Grand Ducal - Hessian Services and made from old Hessian guns and others 40-60
413.    1939-45 Atlantic, Africa, Italy Stars and 39-45 war medal, never worn with original packaging R.D. Williams - Bristol address, together with a Welsh trading token for 3d - William-Lewis Williams - The Rock Inn Rhymnly 30-40
414.    Lacquered brass desk weather forecaster with original canvas case by Negretti and Zambra - Patent 6276 - 1915 60-80
415.    An unusual three draw telescope set in a square cut leather mounted frame - complete with lens cap - Howes 79 Leadenhall St from Dollands 194 80-100
416.    Two Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee lapel medallions cased and a bracelet formed from four Maria Theresa Thalers 30-40
417.    Two antique letter knives, one with otters paw mount, silver collar and ivory blade dated 1900, further Japanese letter knife with spelter handle showing a dragon and an articulated fish bottle opener with mother of pearl mounts, together with a wallet 9k gold corner mounts 40-60
418.    A collection of miniature Edwardian lead animals and figures including fox hounds,huntsman and horses, further onlookers and others 30-40
419.    Collection of service lapel badges and bars including 25 years service badge, Birmingham and Midland Motor Omnibus Co Ltd, covering the 1938-55 period 30-40
420.    Three 1889 silver crowns, medallion commemorating the opening of the Clifton Suspension Bridge 1864, together with other bronze coinage 20-30
421.    A 9ct gold shield shaped lapel badge with enamelled detail - For Long Service L.B. Ltd - 25 Years, 9 grams 60-100
422.    An engine turned bronze cauldron and cover on three short supports 20-25
423.    A section of two square inches - shaped 3 core 6,600 volt cable - Siemens Bros London in a brass and plated case, with paperwork 30-40
424.    1936 Olympics medallion - Schutzen-Verein Zeven (protect society zeven) 20-30
425.    Three cased sets of uncirculated coinage - crown to farthing all 1953, together with a further collection of foreign coinage and notes 20-25
426.    Elizabeth I silver sixpence 1574 30-40
427.    Parker slim-fold fountain pen with 14k gold nib and a Parker number 3 propelling pencil in presentation box and a further Parker pen with paperwork dated 73 30-40
428.    A Cartier cigarette lighter with dark blue enamelled panels Ref972555T with original presentation case, additional flints, etc 100-120
431.    Vintage quilt 230 x 215cm with striped floral pattern with contrasting cotton lining, quilting has been handmade in running stitch (af) 30-50
432.    Pair of feather eider-downs with central printed panels depicting traditional Persian style scenes of figure on horseback, hunting, fishing, wrestling, playing polo, etc, lot includes two matching single bed pelmets 40-60
433.    Good quality medium weight woollen blanket, 190 x 125cm in multicoloured shades, possibly Welsh, with deep fringe 30-50
434.    A naval officers early 20th century double breasted frock coat/jacket length 105cm/42" together with a naval officers cape both with military buttons, in black woollen serge 40-60
435.    Vintage woolen blanket in herringbone weave together with a fine lace veil, 2.9m long, a cotton crochet bed throw, 2.5 x 2m approx, and a cushion with crochet cover 40-60
436.    Textile pieces including a burgundy panel with central peacock figure on a velvet ground, framed with contrasting fabric, with fringing and tab hangers, together with a black net panel with gold applique scrolls and flowers, with slot heading (1.4 x 3m drop) and a remnant of crewel work fabric (3.2 x 1.3m) green ground (af) 40-60
437.    19th century Qing dynasty Chinese boat style shoes for natural feet, with silk sides, embroidered in Peking knot flowers and couched gold threads, and with black silk upper embroidered with butterfly and roundel motif, sole is comprised of paper layers with leather outer, length 24cm 50-80
438.    Velvet lined leather hat box containing a grey top hat by Lock & Co, London, inner hat circumference 57.5cm 40-60
439.    Large vintage union flag, 4.35m long in poor condition, together with two wall mounted shelves with hanging edge tapestries, with castellated shaping 30-50
440.    Black fur-felt Melusive top hat/hunting hat by Christy's, with subtle sheets crown height 5, size 6 and 7/8, with hunting veil and stock, together with a Scott & Co (Piccadilly) hunting bowler hat, internal circumference 53.5cm, further veils, a silk tie by Duchamp and a cashmere Burberry scarf (af) 70-100
441.    Vintage crocodile skin handbag with suede interior, zip fastening and looped handles and a remnant of crocodile leather together with a box of good quality vintage table linen (bag + box) 30-50
442.    Wooden needlepoint/ tapestry frame, with a part worked Lowry tapestry canvas and wools together with a further hand rotated tapestry frame with part worked kit. 20-40
443.    Radley handbag 'Port of Call' in leather, with applique nautical scene including Scottie dog, has Anchor tag, inner coin purse, Scottie dog tag and textile cover bag 40-60
444.    Radley handbag 'Fun in the Sun' in leather, with applique beach scene featuring Scottie Dog, has inner purse and Scottie dog tag, together with a matching matinee purse, both with textile cover bags (two items plus cover bags) 50-80
445.    Radley handbag in black leather with pink/grey lining, pink Scottie dog tag and textile cover bag, 36 x 24cm approx 30-40
446.    Two boxes of tapestry wool threads including 12 x 20g Anchor Tapisserie threads in blue (boxed) large number of assorted coloured bundles by Anchor and Patons, three boxes of "Tri-Chem" colour tubes, a darning mushroom, etc (2 boxes) 40-60
447.    Collection of sheet linen including 7 natural linen sheets, 5 natural sheets with pulled threadwork edging or simple embroidery, a linen sheet with crochet edging, a further cotton cover/pelmet with crochet edge, together with two crochet blankets (af) and fabric remnants 50-80
448.    20th century embroidered Chinese panel in the style of a rank badge featuring a phoenix in flight surrounded by clouds and flowers with extensive couched gold thread border on a silk/rayon ground, 27 x 14 cm (displayed in cabinet) 30-50
449.    19th century bobbin lace handkerchief together with a 19th century silk handkerchief featuring the eight pointed Maltese cross in bobbin lace, and a sample of hand worked edging lace, 85cm (displayed in cabinet) (3) 30-50
450.    Edwardian mahogany firescreen with glazed fabric panel containing a remnant of a 19th century Chinese embroidered robe, featuring a five clawed gold-work dragon chasing a flaming pearl, surrounded by bats, phoenix, clouds, mountains and waves, above lishui stripes, bordered with a further floral panel, all on a black background, size of displayed panel 51 x 51cm, total firescreen height 1m 150-200
451.    Tri-ang Wrenn 00/HD Locomotive W2212 'Sir Nigel Gresley' 4-6-2 with tender, in blue livery, with original box, booklet and 2 railway workers 60-100
452.    Five items from Hornby 00 gauge Thomas the Tank Engine series including Thomas, The Duck, Toby the Tram, Annie and Clarabel, all unboxed (5) 60-80
453.    Tri-ang Wrenn 00/HD Locomotive W2237 West country Southern 'Lyme Regis' 4-6-2. with tender in green livery, with original box and booklet (good condition) 60-100
454.    Box of model vehicles, play worn, including models by Corgi, Lesney, Matchbox, etc, including Captain Scarlet Spectrum Pursuit Vehicle (af) together with a bag of plastic toy soldiers 20-40
455.    Early 20th century bisque headed German doll probably by Gebruder Heubach, with blonde curly hair, closing eyes, toddler style composition body, short dress and bonnet, height 8"/22cm, stand included, head marked 'Germany' and with an indistinct square mark 50-80
456.    Early 20th century bisque headed baby doll by Heubach with composition body, articulating limbs, moulded hair and pouting mouth, with period clothes, shoes and socks, height 14"/36cm 50-80
457.    Miniature doll diorama of Edwardian ladies haberdashery store with two dolls in period clothes, shelves stacked with fabric rolls, ribbons, plus hats, parasols, etc, in glass fronted cabinet with sliding glass roof 30-50
458.    Vintage Sutcliffe model boat 'Minx' in cream and red, together with a small hardwood stool, height 16cm 30-50
459.    Boxed Corgi die-cast model plane from 'The Aviation archive', AA33900 World War II Supermarine Spitfire MK1A, 1:32 scale, with original packaging 40-60
460.    Boxed Corgi die-cast model plane from 'The Aviation Archive', AA38203 Douglas C-47 Dakota MK III, 1:72 scale with original packaging 40-60
461.    Boxed Corgi die-cast model plane AA37205 Handley Page Halifax/Halton 'The Berlin Airlift' 1:72 scale, complete with certificate and original packaging 40-60
462.    Collection of unboxed model vehicles by Corgi, Dinky, Huskey, Lesney, Matchbox, etc, including Corgi Chrysler Imperial, Corgi Centurion Tank, Dinky Coventry Climax fork lift truck, military vehicles, etc 40-80
463.    Large collection of vintage dolls in worldwide costumes, together with further novelty dolls from around the world (approx 45) 40-60
464.    Collection of 0 gauge Hornby/Meccano items, included boxed no 1 level crossing, no 21 coach and no 2 turntable, together with unboxed type 20 locomotive with tender and two carriages, a section of tunnel and a quantity of track 20-40
465.    Collection of unboxed model vehicles including a Dinky horse box, Dinky UFO Interceptor 351, Dinky Centurion Tank 651, Schuco Mercedes 350SE, Corgi junior Whizz Wheels, Lesney 'Models of Yesteryear', etc (Most play-worn) 40-60
466.    Nine boxed Tri-ang Hornby railway carriages R.332, 745, 746, 422, 423, 937, 745 and 333 (x2) together with a Bachmann carriage (10) 40-60
467.    Toy vehicle collection including 4 boxed Maisto Special Edition cars, 2 tin plate model fire engines (44cm and 36cm long) and 5 others (11) 50-70
468.    1920/30s bisque headed doll by Armand Marseille with blonde ringlet hair, sleeping eyes, open mouth with teeth and jointed composition limbs, wearing period clothes and white shoes, height 26"/65cm, head marked 390n and A.II.M. 40-60
469.    Collection of unboxed model vehicles mostly by Matchbox/Lesney and Lledo, many of which advertise places or products (approx 70) 40-80
470.    Five boxed Tri-ang Hornby 00 gauge locomotive including R855N The Flying Scotsman 4-6-2 with steam exhaust noise, R258G Princess Elizabeth 4-6-2, Robert Burns 4-6-2 with tender, R354 Lord of the Isles 4-2-2, R525 Tank Loco with synchro smoke 0-6-0 together with unboxed Tri-ang diesel engine R357 and a Tri-ang R150 loco and tender in green livery 4-6-0 80-120
471.    Collection of Britains model zoo animals with mis-matched boxes, polar bears, camels, lions, bison, cheetahs, seal lions, etc, plus a box of plain railings and zoo and wild west figures (1 boxful) 30-50
472.    Collection of boxed model cars including 18 Matchbox 'Yesteryear', 23 Lledo 'Days Gone', 10 Corgi Cameo Collection, a commemorative pack by Matchbox and others (2 boxes) 40-80
473.    Collection of boxed model aircraft including three Aviation Archive models Douglas DC-3, The Korean War Corsair AA33012 and Lockheed Constellation - Quantas, a Corgi Concorde C65-/1, Matchbox Sky-Busters, a Corgi 1306 North American P51D Mustang, etc, together with five shell and Maisto sports cars and an unboxed Dinky Spitfire MKII 50-80
474.    Collection of Tri-ang Hornby railway items including carriages, rolling stock, power stock, power unit, track, buildings, etc (3 boxes) 30-50
475.    Early 20th century bisque headed doll by Armand Marseille marked 1894 AM5DEP, with long hair and ringlets, composition body with articulating limbs, period clothes and stand, doll 18"/45cm tall 40-60
476.    Collection of 6 vintage teddy bears, the largest being 84cm tall, most of them play worn and with repairs, together with a further teddy 52cm tall, with stitched nose and claws and velvet paws (7) 30-50
477.    Collection of vintage games including Battleship, Cluedo, Monopoly, cased backgammon, Mastermind, etc, together with boxed Super 8 film reels of Star Wars (F48) Disney films, etc (a collection) 30-50
478.    Large quantity of Scalextric equipment including 4 cars (Audi Quattro, Porsche 959 and Hornby Hobbies Ferrari and Jaguar Sport) controllers units, track, buildings and tracks accessories 40-60
479.    Large quantity of Scalextric including boxed cars C272 and C189, further boxed sets of Hazard Chicane, track support piers, Grandstand, control tower and crosswalk, banked curve track, change over tracks, etc, together with a large unboxed quantity of track 80-120
480.    Horn handled mallaca shafted walking stick with sterling silver collar 30-50
481.    Hardy's W Fitting Reg 186.73 fishing rod 50-100
482.    Five various walking sticks to include a nobbled stick with silvered collar, crook handled stick, and three horn handled sticks (5) 50-80
483.    Cased diorama of a three mast sailing vessel in a deep glazed case, the case 41 x 72cm (af) 40-60
484.    Taxidermy Interest - Cased study of a kestrel with prey, within a naturalistic setting, the glazed case 37 x 34cm 80-100
485.    Four various vintage style painted advertising signs for OK Sauce, Punch, Berneys x2 (4) 40-60
486.    Four vintage style hand painted signs for Zebra Grate Polish, Cataline, Coopers Cattle Dip x2 (4) 40-80
487.    Vintage papier mache standing girl doll, imperial dress upon a wooden plinth, possibly for advertising or shop display, 103cm high 80-120
488.    Deering Banjo Co Good Time Resonator four string banjo, Made in USA, 80cm long 100-150
489.    Cast bronze figural study of a body builder posing, upon a black marble plinth base, 52cm high 200-300
490.    Pair of novelty table lamps formed from a pair of candlestick telephones, 39cm high (2) 40-60
491.    Robert Mouseman Thompson - Carved oak cheese board with typical carved mouse decoration, 37cm long 60-100
492.    A pre-historic ammonite fossil, 23cm wide 60-100
493.    A cased and unopened set of twelve 2000 Chateau La Tour De Mons Cru Bourgeois Margaux, the box 50cm wide 300-500
494.    Three various French coffee pots with various painted decoration, together with a set of ten wine glasses with mottled glass stems (13) 30-50
495.    A box containing a collection of various antique metalwares to include copper kettle, candlesticks, spirit kettle, miners lamp, draw telescope and others, together with various botanical prints and porcelain crested ware (a collection) 30-50
496.    Steel cased pocket military compass, currently working, together with a box of various metalwares to include copper kettles, brass lanterns, etc and a further box with various antique ceramics and porcelain (2 boxes) 40-60
497.    Sirram complete boxed picnic hamper together with a Beswick character teapot (2) 30-50
498.    Teak cased canteen of vintage cutlery together with two barometers (3) 30-50
499.    Vintage oak cased canteen of fiddle pattern cutlery, together with a further oak biscuit barrel with marine landscape painted to the front and four brass fire irons, toasting forks, etc 40-60
500.    Comprehensive box of various metalwares to include pair of open barley twist candlesticks, a riveted brass and copper wine or coal bucket, jardiniere stands, candlesticks, chestnut roasters, copper twin handled tray and others (a collection) 50-80
501.    Early 20th century oak cased tobacco cabinet with fitted interior with tobacco jar, cigar, pipes and others, a brass plaque inscribed presented to RA Plant Esq by the Red Bus Sports Club as a mark of esteem for services rendered Nuneaton, 1930, together with a further Edwardian stand with serpentine top, pipe rack and fall front cupboard (2) 40-60
502.    Pair of embossed sheet metal panels, one of Queen Elizabeth I, 58cm diameter, the other of possibly Henry VII, 54cm diameter (2) 20-40
503.    Antique iron canon ball, 20cm diameter 50-80
504.    Marshall G15R Cd practice amp, 36 cm high 30-50
505.    Good ebonised and brass Nachet a Paris cased microscope, the lens marked C Baker of London 40-60
506.    Cased Henry Crouch of London brass microscope with various spare lenses, etc 40-60
507.    Cased indicator diagram - the case marked Lehman & Michel's of Hamburg, possibly by James Watt, in a case with various accessories 50-80
508.    Cased Karl Zeiss RDM070 Theodolite ref N030 466926 40-60
509.    Impressive military cased Wild Theodolite type instrument, ref T2-154486, with lacquered green painted finish within an aluminium cased shell work 50-80
510.    Cased lacquered brass students microscope ex Philips 651 sale no 387 30-50
511.    Unusual scientific instrument known as The Post Office Box, within an oak case with book titled The Text Book of Physics by Duncan and Starling, Magnetism and Electricity (2) 30-50
512.    Elliot & Sons of 56 Strand London lacquered brass cased Theodolite and stand, ex Philips lot 220 sale no 404 40-60
513.    A mahogany box containing a collection of scientific instruments and thermometers, scientific scale set, various other instruments, etc 50-80
514.    Burr walnut case box containing a collection of engineers stationery tools, together with a further similar box set, a desk rule and a further brass circular measuring tool by J B Winter of Newcastle on Tyne (4) 50-80
515.    A Victorian torsion galvanometer by Siemen Bros no 5896, the brass and cylindrical glass framework set on a mahogany platform 60-100
516.    Interesting set of brass and iron scales by Louis Shopper, reputedly from the Cadbury's Factory in Keynsham, 42cm high 40-60
517.    Floorstanding lacquered pricket stick, together with two Indian papier mache lacquered bowls, one decorated with a camel, the other with an elephant together with four studio pots and a bass cased pressure gauge (8) 40-60
518.    Two large hand painted brize fans in the Chinese manner (2) 30-50
519.    Geographia 8 inch terrestrial globe, 33cm high 80-100
520.    A small terrestrial globe on stand, 24cm high 20-40
521.    illuminated terrestrial globe upon a teak stand, inscribed with various sea mans voyages, 36cm high 30-50
522.    A Philips 19" slate terrestrial globe, 56cm high 30-50
523.    Philips Stereo relief terrestrial globe, 38cm high 30-50
524.    French cast metal figural table lamp decorated with a putti in the form of a Nautilus with conche shell shade upon a stepped circular plinth base, 56cm high 40-60
525.    Pair of bronzed spelter studies of Marley horses 30-50
526.    Gilt spelter character group of a cherub, on a naturalist base and further green veined marble plinth, 28cm high (af)
527.    Good quality early 20th century burr walnut, desk top, stationery box, the twin doors enclosing a shaped waterfall interior, two glass ink wells, perpetual date calendar and single frieze drawer, with writing slope, 44cm wide 200-300
528.    Georgian mahogany and satinwood cross banded tea caddy, the hinged lid enclosing a further lidded interior, with keys, 13cm high 40-60
529.    19th century oak and mahogany cross banded hanging candle box, 42cm high 40-60
530.    19th century mahogany sarcophagus caddy, the hinged lid enclosing a lead lined interior, 23cm wide 40-60
531.    Regency rosewood and boxwood inlaid tea caddy, the hinged lid enclosing an interior fitted with two lidded compartments and circular recess for a mixing bowl, 31cm long 40-60
532.    Good quality 19th century parquetry box, wilt gilt tooled leather top and single frieze drawer, 23cm long (af) 40-60
533.    Early 20th century mahogany table top cabinet, the stepped top with canted corners over two hinged doors enclosing three campaign style drawers, 31cm high 50-80
534.    19th century flame mahogany writing slope, the hinged top enclosing a fitted interior together with a further late 19th century mahogany box (2) 40-60
535.    A collection of seven various antique wooden boxes, to include caddy's and work boxes, etc 40-60
536.    A mixed lot to include three various 19th century boxes, a tin containing a collection of gaming items to include chess pieces and a Bakelite desk set to include perpetual date calendar (a collection) 50-80
537.    A mixed figural lot to include a cast metal table lamp in the form of a cherub on a column, two bronzed resin figures of pauper male and female characters, a cast metal jardiniere mounted by cherubs, a Japanese style bronze lamp and other (9) 80-120
538.    A good quality campaign coromondel writing slope/desk box with fluted decoration, the hinged lid enclosing various fitted interiors, 41cm wide; together with two hanging gongs with clappers (3) 50-100
539.    A mixed collection of brassware to include a brass cushion framed wall mirror, with bevelled glass, a brass cushion framed wall mirror with bevelled glass, a further brass burner, and three eastern vases, together with an antique brass skimmer (6) 40-60
540.    Pair of cast brass scale models of cannons, 20cm long, together with a pair of cast brass bookends in the form ducks, a copper flagon jug, two brass trivets and a steel jam pan (8) 40-60
541.    Five pairs of binoculars to include Zeiss Jenoptem 7 x 50 and four others, one pair with military markings 30-50
542.    Six single lens reflex cameras to include Pentax and Olympus Auto Focus, Chinon and Praktica, four with lenses (6) 60-80
543.    Five mixed vintage folding cameras including two Bakelite models, circa 1920's mainly British (5) 30-50
544.    Seven mixed German and Japanese cameras, mostly range finder models, to include one Zeiss folder (7) 40-60
545.    Three boxes of mixed 35mm cameras and others to include Minolta, Praktica, Pentax, etc (over 30) 40-60
546.    Three boxes of camera accessories to include winders, motor drives, flash units, various cables and battery chargers 30-50
547.    Tribal interest - a mixed collection of tribal art and artefacts to include a carved hardwood head of a tribesman, two cast metal standing tribes women, further carved wooden tribeswoman with a baby at the breast, a shield, three tom-tom type drums and a carved gourd (9) 40-60
548.    A set of four Edwardian satin walnut panels of slender rectangular form with inlaid classical flaming urn and banded detail, 58 cm x 20 cm 30-50
549.    A box containing a large collection of Jerusalem souvenir wares mainly in olive wood to include book coverings, boxes, figures, etc (a large collection) 50-80
550.    Naturalistic piece of quartz crystal together with a further carved yellow vein marble heart and an interesting organic shaped plaque (3) 20-40
551.    Cast spelter figure of a seated scottie dog (possibly a door stop) 27 cm high 10-20
552.    Five various fishing rods, beachmaster, free spool action reel, Shakespeare reel, floats, weights and other fishing effects, etc 30-40
553.    Vintage Thames Anon Shaw fishing rod together with a further similar rod and a diawa combo (3) 40-60
554.    Spanish acoustic guitar by BM, 102 cm long with case 30-50
555.    Large ivorine baluster vase lamp decorated with figures in an exterior setting and further panels of flowers, 52 cm high together with a further Chinese framed advertising print (2) 50-80
556.    Vintage brass memorial sign inscribed 'To The Glory of God, In Loving Memory of Clifford Maxwell Swain' (pilot) R.A.F killed in action in France 4th April 1918 aged 19. and in thankfulness to God for the safe return of another Son, this window is erected by their parents', Clifford Maxwell Swain died 3rd April 1918 flying an RE8 nose dived to the ground from 400 ft over Bapaume while on patrol, signed, 62 x 13 cm 40-60
557.    Tribal interest - Carved wooden figure of a tribeswoman possibly a fertility figure, 55 cm high 50-80
558.    Tribal interest - a carved soft wood figure of a tribesman with a long neck and pointed hat, 62 cm high 50-80
559.    A collection of four Eastern type ewers, together with further Eastern metalwares, a pair of plaster work figures, a bronze dish in the form of a scallop shell, a silver tie clip decorated with camels and a small jade type carving of a frog (a collection) 50-80
560.    A box containing a collection of gaming pieces to include a part ivory chess sets and a part Mahjong set (2) 50-80
561.    A vanity case containing a collection of pierced brass dressing set items including two brushes, a mirror and a comb, the case 50 cm long 30-50
562.    A good early 20th century oak cased gaming box to include draughts, dominoes, chess, racing game, etc with boards and pieces, the box 32 cm long 50-80
563.    Tribal interest - interesting pair of cast bronze male and female tribe people, 20 cm high 60-100
564.    Chinese cast bronze study of a buddha vista figure, seated in the lotus position holding a flaming sword, 20 cm high 60-100
565.    A cast bronze study of a seated Buddhavista in the lotus position, 16 cm high 60-100
566.    Good quality pair of Regency cast brass candlesticks in the form of conch shells on floral plateaus and stepped circular bases, 14 cm high (2) 80-120
567.    Small pattenated bronze figure of Narcissus, 15 cm high, possibly Grand Tour 150-200
568.    A solitaire board with various antique marbles decorated with interested lattachino glass work, the board 29 cm diameter 80-120
569.    A box of interesting items to include a vintage vanity purse, a cast metal study of a lion, a pair of early Startrite shoes for child, a lighter with a golfer inset lucite, and others (a collection) 20-30
570.    A curious ironwork lock and key of simple rustic construction, probably eastern 40-60
571.    A box containing a collection of interesting items to include a silver pocket watch, a further Ingersoll stainless steel pocket watch, two snuff boxes, Whitby jet beads and a miniature bible (a tub full) 40-60
572.    No Lot
573.    A mixed miscellaneous lot to include a leather wrapped tape measure, an enamel topped jar with coins, a Chinese soapstone carving, a folding rule, and others 10-20
574.    Antique cell police truncheon painted V.R D.P.C and a crown, 44 cm long together with a further hardwood truncheon (2) 60-100
575.    Pair of Italian mushroom table lamps by Harvey Guzzini with chrome bases and finials, 60 cm high (2) 60-100
576.    Three various anglepoise lamps in blue, white/black and brown (3) 40-60
577.    Herbert Terry anglepoise lamp upon a stepped square base, together with one other (2) 40-60
578.    Good scale model of a fish sellers cart, with canopy and two divisional base painted with various fish and inscribed 'Fresh Fish, on an ironwork frame with wheels, 40cm long 40-60
579.    Arts and crafts tin hall lantern with tapered top, 40cm high 100-150
580.    Tribal Interest - Possible Polynesian tribe interest fertility mask, together with two further masks, two standing figures, one from Papa New Guinea and a further Fijian bowl (6) 50-80
581.    Wells Bros & Co, of Greenfield Massachusetts, surveyors wheel, together with a three legged cauldron and a further baluster pewter jug with scallop shell thumb piece (3) 40-60
582.    A pair of brass and glass hexagonal hall lanterns, with bevelled star cut glass panels, 32 cm high (2) 40-60
583.    Set of three graduated copper mugs, together with a further copper tankard, copper kettle and other metalwares (10)
584.    Good quality 19th century twin handled cast metal standish in the Rococo manner, with two pressed inkwells, franking a single taper stick holder, 32 cm long, together with early 20th century oak book slide, the hinged ends carved with crest of lions and flower head roundels, 53cm long together with a further oak plaque with a castle crest (3) 60-80
585.    Art deco figural study of a recumbent lady holding a flower, with possible ivory head and hands, signed Roggia, 45cm long (af) 30-50
586.    Pair of French ormolu candlestick table lamps, in the form of scrolled acanthus, 35cm high (2) 50-80
587.    Pair of French gilt cast metal, twin branch candelabra, 17cm high (2) 60-100
588.    Good quality 22" open deck boat, with painted canvas detail, 55cm long 50-80
589.    Tiffany style leaded glass table lamp, decorated with butterflies amidst foliage, 45cm high 40-60
590.    A good quality burr walnut writing slope, with domed hinged top enclosing two ceramic inkwells and further fitted interior; together with a further mahogany slope (2) 50-80
591.    Herbert Terry anglepoise lamp on stepped square base together with a further recent red angle poise lamp (2) 40-60
591A.   A good quality Chinese polished cast bronze, baluster twin handled vase, with twin elephant ring handles and relief panels with birds amidst foliage, of lobed form, seal mark to base, 24cm high 30-40
592.    A box containing a collection of mainly whiskey miniatures 20-40
593.    A good quality slipware glazed terracotta dairy bowl, 43cm diameter 40-60
594.    Cased silver plated Ventiana flute 40-60
595.    A Bohemian filigree work brass dressing set comprising two brushes, mirror and tray fitted with lace panels 20-40
596.    Good quality early 20th century pierced brass articulated wall light, with pierced and cast brass work and vaseline type shades, together with a tin plate students lamp 30-40
597.    Collection of cast metal numerals for a turret clock 30-50
598.    Bronzed resin bust of a horses head, 22cm high marked Kerek 80 40-60
599.    Two antique steel and brass miners lamps, the largest by The Wolf Safety Lamp Co, Sheffield, the other unnamed (2) 50-80
600.    Good quality Chinese pierced bronze baluster lidded cauldron, the hoop handle cast with dragons and beasts, with darted and floral piercing and various Chinese medallions on paw feet, 32cm high 50-80
601.    Good quality cased Ricoh camera with various lens together with a collection of other cameras including a Minolta waterproof camera with case and accessories (a good collection) 100-150
602.    Cased set of Super Zenith field binoculars, together with a further cased set of Zeiss Prism Stereo Military binoculars and further leather cased set of Wray binoculars with original cardboard packaging (3) 50-80
603.    Vintage Minolta camera with leather carry case, together with a collection of various Minolta Panasonic camera accessories, flashes, binoculars and further optical equipment (a collection) 40-60
604.    A box containing a collection of good quality camera equipment to include a Ricoh camera, Canon camera, various Ricoh and other lenses, with carry case (a good collection) 60-100
605.    Mamiya 645 camera with 80mm lens and various reels and others (a collection) 50-80
606.    A Canon EOS 50E camera together with a further Canon TAC camera with zoom lens (2) 40-60
607.    A good quality Canon EOS 40D camera with further Canon EFS17-85mm lens and another Canon 75-300mm lens and accessories (a bagful) 80-120
608.    Sigma SA300 camera with Sigma zoom 28-200mm lens and carry case (3) 40-60
609.    Leica M2-970757 DBP camera 80-120
610.    Leica M2-939477 DBP camera 80-120
611.    An artists dummy with articulated limbs together with a further artists hand dummy with articulated fingers and a magnifying tool (3) 30-50
612.    Vintage cased Kingsley portable record player in sky blue, together with a further vintage leather pilots hat (2) 50-80
613.    Good quality simulated ivory and shagreen casket together with a pair of open barley twist candlesticks, a pair of turned hardwood lidded jars and others (a collection) 20-40
614.    Sienna marble Grand Tour carvings of the Roman temples of Castor and Pollux and the temple of Vespasian, 31cm high (af) 40-60
615.    A collection of mixed metalware to include a twin branch hanging cylindrical glass lantern, a further smaller hexagonal lantern, various dressing brushes and a dressing plate (6) 20-40
616.    A box containing a collection of various horse leathers and brasses and others 20-40
617.    A vintage snooker cue by EJ Riley of Accrington, partially in ashwood stamped 16,A,3, with steel pyramid shaped travelling case 30-40
618.    A George IV cavalry sword, the blade marked Hamburge & Co, 30 Kings Street, Covent Garden, London, further marked Wm A H V C (Hereford Volunteer Corp) with scabbard 100-120
619.    19th century calvery sword with silvered wirework grip, brass guard and steel scabbard 80-100
620.    19th century calvery sword with wirework grip, marked Solingen to blade edge, with further engraved detail, G R, with scabbard 60-80
621.    An unusual steel socket bayonet with spear finial, probably German 40-60
622.    A Sudanese broad sword, with embossed leather scabbard with white metal tip 40-60
623.    A 19th century embossed Chamfron horse face plate 40-60
624.    A socket bayonet with brass guard and tapering oak grip 30-40
625.    An eastern horn handled dagger with curved and tapering blade 30-50
626.    A vintage soft leather flying helmet, stamped 10634 with War Dept arrow, together with a pair of similar period flying goggles a Calrad BM-17 microphone and a small canvas shoulder bag 30-40
626A.   Interesting long carved bone blow pipe in the form of a serpent, together with an antique style mace (2) 50-80
627.    A cased set of drawing instruments including rulers, set in a small rosewood box, a number of small brass trinket dishes and a Japanese spelter stationery box in the form of a Georgian style cutlery box 30-40
628.    A life sized carved timber model of a blue tit astride a coconut accompanied by a dragonfly, set on an octagonal walnut base, carved by Tony Webber and painted by L J Cole 30-40
629.    A brass column table lamp on waisted stem and square cut base, a further table lamp and two heavy brass letter boxes 20-30
630.    A Picquot ware five piece tea and coffee service including tray, small collection of Crown Derby cups and saucers, a quaint photograph of a 19th century cottage interior, two silkwork pictures by W H Grant of Coventry for the international Inventions Exhibition, 1885, showing the Church of All Hallows, and Old Bishopsgate, majolica plates, etc 30-40
631.    A collection of miscellaneous effects including a 19th century serpentine candlestick, enamel bread bin, miniature armoire, with simulated bamboo mouldings, Mrs Beetons Household Management, pair of Victorian butter pats, a brass pressure gauge, a Portuguese green glazed jug with loop handle, 19th century pedestal bowl, with hand painted wriggle-work decoration, etc 60-80
632.    A Georgian horn powder flask, with leather fittings, small 18th century oak footstool, cast brass wall sconce with mirror plate back, 19th century pewter water jug by James Stimpson, art deco mantel clock, etc 40-60
633.    A pair of cloissone vases with trumpet shaped necks, late 19th century brass and copper sprayer, collection of small decorative brasswares, a part Hammersley floral patterned tea service, two divisional cutlery tray and a part roll of furnishing fabric in a gold/ wine colourway
634.    A pair of black leather riding boots in good condition by Soubirac UK size 4.5, in associated boot bag, sponsored by Burghley Landrover 30-50
635.    An Edwardian jug and basin set with printed floral detail, 19th century bisque figure of a Dandy, a carved hardwood figure of a water buffalo and an anglepoise lamp with light enamel finish 30-40
636.    Good quality 19th century three quarter length violin, with case, together with German violin inscribed 'Hopf' under the button, with case (2) 60-100
637.    French Watchmans clock, Charvet, with outer leather case, a small collection of vintage camera equipment, military buttons, etc 50-70
638.    A spelter figure of a fisher girl, Beswick character jug, Martin Chuzzlewit, pair of decorative seated dogs, etc 30-50
639.    A pair of gilt framed hanging display cabinets, one containing a collection of shells and butterflies; together with a Victorian rosewood box 20-40
640.    A box of various treen items, including carved figures of European rustic characters, Austrian Rolling pin, Mauchline wares, etc 20-30
641.    A late 20th century sculpture, the cylindrical composite base supporting graduated three tier wirework panels 40-60
642.    A shield shaped panel supporting two Krists and scabbards, presentation plaque inscribed 'Presented by the First Federation Reconnaissance Regiment 1960' together with a further oak panel embossed brass Heraldic shield, with Latin script 20-30
643.    A Victorian brass framed hall lantern of square cut form with original painted leaded light panels on a floral theme, the ceiling rose, Victorian in decorative cast iron, in the form of ivy, berries, etc 80-100
644.    A painted plaster bust of an Edwardian male character 40-60
645.    A Victorian brass framed hall lantern, with pierced borders and enclosing geometric leaded light panels with alternating colours, with a further opaline glass shade (2) 60-80
646.    A plated four branch candelabra on hexagonal tapering stem, with circular base 20-30
647.    A brief case with tan coloured leather borders, black panels and brass fittings 20-30
648.    Antique elm grain shovel, 127 cm long 40-60
649.    A box containing a rocking blotter, a Watermans clutch bag with original casework, four ladies wristwatches, etc and a brass top folding table 20-30
650.    A carved hardwood solitaire board with polished and labelled geological specimen marble balls 50-80
650A.   19th century embossed brass plaque depicting various characters in an exterior setting to include a falconer and various birds, 39 x 49 cm, framed 30-50
651.    Admiral Sir George Back RN, FRS (British 1796-1878) A Young Esquimaux Woman of the Tribe of the McKenzie, watercolour and body colour on paper, signed Capt. Back, dated July 9th 1826 and inscribed with title, approx sheet size 24 cm x 17 cm, together with a black and white engraving after Capt. Back of an Esquimaux woman and Esquimaux man, both of the Thleweechodezeth tribe, engraved by Edward Finden and dated July 28th 1834, approx sheet size 30 cm x 43.5 cm, both unframed (2) 1000-1500
652.    Admiral Sir George Back RN FRS (British 1796-1878) Mauselly (?) - A Yellow-Knife Indian, watercolour and body colour on paper, signed Captn. Back RN, approx sheet size 24 x 16.5 cm approx, unframed 500-1000
653.    Admiral Sir George Back, RN, FRS (British 1796-1878) a collection of twelve portrait studies of male and female characters, mainly from the Canadian Yellow-Knife Tribe, graphite on paper, eleven signed Captn. Back, one unsigned, all inscribed with the name of the sitter/tribe name, approx max sheet size 24 x 16.5 cm approx, unframed, (12) 1500-2000
654.    Admiral Sir George Back RN FRS (British 1796-1878) - Portfolio containing a collection of eight black and white engravings of topographical views in the Canadian Artic regions, including Crossing Lake Aylmer at 3 am, Montreal Island, Salt Plains Slave River, etc, all engraved by Edward Findon, published by John Murray and dated 1836, approx max sheet size 30 x 44 cm, together with a further sheet of three engravings after Captn. Back, showing Richardson's Chain, Mount Conybeare from the Beach, and Passing The Romanzoff Chain, published May 1828 by John Murray, sheet size 23 x 28 cm approx maximum size, unframed, (9) 300-500
655.    The Graphic Arctic Expedition issue of 1876, (incomplete), together with The Illustrated London News, edition of November 4th 1876 commemorating The North Pole Expedition and including a map showing the route of the expedition, Sledge Journeying - At Night in the Tent, etc 80-100
656.    Peter Rindisbacher (Swiss 1806-1834) scene inside a teepee with family of native Americans around a fire, hand coloured lithograph on paper, with signature, (possibly printed) maximum approx sheet size 21.5 x 29.5 cm unframed 80-120
657.    Attributed to Edward Lear (British 1812-1888) - A sheet of pencil drawings of a sea eagle and two Vulturine eagles, graphite, signed with initials EL and inscribed, sheet size 25 x 18.5 cm approximately, unframed 50-70
658.    Attributed to George Morland (British 1762-1804) study of a fisherman beside a river, graphite on paper, signed with initials GM, 19.5 x 21.5 cm approx visible sheet size, mounted, together with a further pair of sketch book pages with pencil illustrations, one of a country house with cattle grazing, the other of figure studies, both sheets 13 x 18 cm, all unframed (3) 40-60
659.    Mabel Terry Lewis (British, active 1897-1925) a bust length portrait miniature of three young children, of oval form, signed and dated 1896, double sided glazed gilt metal frame of oval form, with lock of hair and gilt initial for each child verso, 9 cm approx max, in blue velvet lined presentation case 80-120
660.    Early 19th century British School, bust length miniature portrait study of a young child in blue naval style jacket, no visible signature, of oval form, 5 cm max approx size, in black leather type frame with gilt sunburst style inner mount, overall dimensions 11 x 9.5 cm approximately 80-100
661.    Two 19th century silhouette portrait miniatures, both gentlemen in profile, one inscribed verso Allan Scott, dated 1831 and further inscribed Glasgow, both of oval form maximum 6.5 cm approx and both in black frames with embossed gilt metal mounts, together with a further 19th century portrait silhouette miniature of a gentlemen in profile, of rectangular form, 8 x 6.5 cm in gilt frame (3) 40-60
662.    A pair of late 18th century watercolour on paper portrait miniatures both showing bust length studies of gentlemen, one in profile, the other looking towards the viewer, both of oval form, 13.5 cm maximum approximate dimensions, one dated March 4 1790 to back board, both in oval gilt frames with beaded detail (2) 50-80
663.    Two early 19th century silhouette profile portrait miniatures, both of oval form, one showing a lady in ribboned bonnet and the other showing a clergyman, both of oval form, 7.5cm max, both in black frames with brass oak leaf and acorn mounts, together with a further early 19th century watercolour miniature portrait of oval form - half length profile study of a woman in pink dress and lace collar, 8.5cm max, in black frame with brass mount (3) 40-60
664.    A collection of three 19th century profile silhouette portrait miniatures. comprising a young lady with shawl and gauze cap, 8.5cm oval, a gentleman with cravat, inscribed verso, Agnes Swanson, dated 1829, inscribed R.P.B. 8.5cm approx, both in black frames with gilt oak leaf and acorn mounts and a study of a young gentleman inscribed Emmerson Crawford and dated 1844, in circular black frame, 13cm overall approx max dimensions of frame, together with two early 19th century coloured hunting engravings after Robert Cruickshank and one other engraving, all framed (6) 40-60
665.    An interesting collection of 19th century and later portrait miniatures of various style including a double sided gilt metal locket, with two miniature portraits of babies, 3cm oval max, an oval photographic portrait of Queen Alexandra and one of her daughters, 11cm approx, a further late 19th century profile photographic portrait of a lady, 6cm approx, a miniature portrait of Marie Antoinette, with signature Gerrard, 6cm approx, in mother of pearl inlaid frame, a similar portrait of Louis VXII, with signature Vernet, a relief moulded plaster tablet in the classical style, profile of a male character, etc (8) 80-100
666.    Mrs Isabella Beetham (British 1753-1825) - Silhouette profile portrait miniature, reverse painted on convex oval glass panel, showing a lady in ruffled lace collar, with trade label Mrs Beetham of Fleet St verso, with further inscriptions, 9cm max oval approx, in oval frame, together with an 18th century watercolour miniature portrait of a lady in pink dress, 4cm max, in black frame with brass mount (2) 80-100
667.    Donald Ayres (British Contemporary Artist) - Pair of signed coloured limited edition prints of hunting scenes - Gone Away, The Berkeley on Sundays Hill, signed by Master of the Hunt Tim Langley, and Fresh Found - The Clifton Foot Beagles on Butcombe Hill, 25 x 45cm approx visible sheet size, together with Gilbert Holiday (British 1879 - 1937) - Gone Away, coloured print, 33 x 51cm approx visible sheet size, all framed (3) 30-50
668.    Tony Matthews (British 20th/21st century) - A collection of 18 signed monochrome and partially coloured prints of subjects including St Briavels Castle, Fishing in the Severn, Salmon Pritt Making, Broad Oak, etc, (some duplicates) signed and dated 1974, 56 x 38cm approx max size, all framed 50-80
669.    Robin Gibbard (British 1930-2014) - Study of Bull Finches amongst Elderberries, watercolour and bodycolour on paper, signed and dated 74, with Halford House Galleries, Bourton-on-the-Water, label verso, 53 x 36cm approx, framed 50-70
670.    Henry Harris (British 1852-1926) - Wickham Bridge, Stapleton, Bristol, with fisherman, cattle grazing, etc, oil on board, signed, with plaque to frame, 17 x 31cm approx in moulded gilt frame 100-150
671.    Late 18th century British school - A humorous scene with gentleman artist absorbed in painting a seascape and threatened by the incoming tide, oil on board, (possibly on printed ground with over painted finish) unsigned and with remains of Bath picture dealers label verso, 21.5 x 30cm approx, in moulded gilt frame 150-200
672.    Barry Hilton (British B.1941) - Harbour scene with moored 18th century style battleships, rowing boats, etc, oil on canvas, signed, 60 x 75cm approx, unframed 40-60
673.    Patricia Winstone (British 20th/21st century local artist) - Autumn Gold, landscape with flowers and berries, oil on canvas, signed and inscribed verso with artists Thornbury address details, 55 x 44.5cm, framed 30-50
674.    An early 19th century Tibetan Thanka showing a central dancing deity surrounded by a host of further characters amongst clouds, painting on fabric panel, 84 x 71cm approx, framed 80-120
675.    20th century modernist school - Abstract coastal study in tones of brown and white, oil on paper, indistinctly signed bottom right, with label verso The Isle of Noises II, dated 1990, 51 x 45cm approx 40-60
676.    Doffla E Bennett (20th century British) - Golden Shades - study of Iris, watercolour on paper, signed and dated 1985, with Mall Galleries Exhibition label verso, with Chard address details, 47 x 30.5cm, together with Joan Wilmoth (20th century British) - Yellow Bowl - floral still life, watercolour and bodycolour on paper, signed with initials and with Patricia Wells Gallery, Thornbury label verso, Spring Exhibition 1989, 16.5 x 20.5cm, both framed 40-60
677.    Anthony Hodge (British 1948-2009) - Abstract style study in tones of blue and black of figures and a dog on a promenade, mixed media on paper, signed with initials and dated 03, and further inscribed Anthony Hodge verso, 15 x 20cm, framed 30-50
678.    F Bailey (British 20th century) - Study of Warwick Castle from the river, oil on board, indistinctly signed and with label verso F Bailey, with old local telephone number, 20 x 27cm in moulded gilt frame 40-60
679.    Samuel Fulton (Scottish 1855-1941) - Study of a seated white Scottish terrier, (Cairn or West Highland) oil on canvas, signed and dated 1921, with Glasgow framers label verso, 44 x 34cm, in moulded gilt frame 500-800
680.    19th century naive school - Study of a recumbent dog in a landscape setting, oil on paper, unsigned, 29.5 x 37cm in simple oak frame 30-50
681.    19th century British school - Shoulder length study of a St Bernard type dog, oil on canvas, unsigned, 40 x 30cm, in gilt frame 30-50
682.    George Cruickshank (British 1792-1878) - Set of three black and white engravings from the Monstrosities series - 1821, 1822 and 1827, all published by Thomas McLean, 1835, 26 x 36cm, together with a similar Cruickshank engraving - Ancient Military Dandies of 1450 and Modern Military Dandies of 1819, also published by Thomas McLean 1845, 26.5 x 36.5cm, all framed (4) 60-80
683.    Letitia Marion Hamilton (Irish 1878-1964) - The Round Tower, Clondalkin, coloured print, with label verso, 44.5 x 52.5cm, framed 30-50
684.    19th century British school - Mountainous river landscape with bridge and rowing boat, oil on canvas,unsigned, 26.5 x 37.5cm, in moulded gilt frame 40-60
685.    A set of four early 20th century Chinese paintings on fabric of landscapes, probably representing the four seasons, each with inscription, 108 x 43.5cm approx size excluding textile borders, framed 100-200
686.    J Voglimacci (20th century continental school) - River view with cathedral and buildings, oil on board, signed and dated 1964, 43 x 63cm, together with a further painting of a continental townscape beside a river, oil on canvas, 59 x 64cm, unframed, a watercolour of a French bakery, inscribed Boulangerie with wheatear and poppy garlands, birds feeding on bread, etc, watercolour and bodycolour on paper, signed D Lebeau, 40 x 50cm, further coloured prints, gilt framed mirror, etc (7) 40-60
687.    19th century British school - Half length portrait study of a young woman in early 19th century style costume, in red shawl, pastel on paper, 73 x 61cm, in moulded gilt frame with gilt slip 300-500
688.    Late 18th century British school - The racehorse 'Buzzard' in landscape setting, accompanied by his groom, engraving with over-painted finish, with printed inscription beneath, Buzzard by Woodpecker, published 1795 by Laurie & Whittle, 26 x 35.5cm in black and gilt frame 80-100
689.    Mid-19th century continental school - Romantic landscape setting with seated musician receiving a laurel wreath crown from a classically draped female figure, oil on canvas, unsigned, 68 x 54cm, framed 60-80
690.    F Walters (late 19th century British school) - Dramatic mountainous landscape with cottage and waterfall, oil on canvas, signed, 75 x 50cm, in moulded gilt frame 60-80
691.    St Pierre, (20th century continental school) - Signed monochrome limited edition print of a man and child in a winter landscape, signed in pencil edition number 17/200, 41 x 47.5cm approx visible sheet size, framed 30-50
692.    D Daleworth (?) (20th century abstract school) - Insignia I and II, etching with mixed media on handmade paper, signed, one edition number 119/200, the other inscribed H/C, 110 x 75cm approx sheets size, framed 40-60
693.    A N Pybus (mid-20th century British school) - Garden Party, watercolour and bodycolour on paper, signed with monogram, with Birmingham 1939 exhibition label verso, 45 x 35cm, in gilt frame 40-60
694.    20th century school - Pair of goldfinches on teasels, pastel on paper, unsigned, 44 x 29.5cm approx, framed 40-60
695.    Cassaretto (20th century Italian school) - Busy Venetian canal scene, oil on board, signed and inscribed Venezia Veduta Generale, 39 x 49cm, in moulded gilt frame 40-60
696.    Shirley Anne Johnson (20th/21st century British) - Still life with vase of yellow daisies and blue and white plate, watercolour and bodycolour on paper, signed and with label verso, 32 x 42cm, together with a watercolour of pink peonies, signed W A Tait, further watercolour of lilies by the same hand, an oriental embroidered cuff, with figure and flowering plant detail, 52.5 x 9cm approx, in simulated bamboo style frame, a crewel work style embroidered panel, 61.5 x 44cm approx, etc, all framed (8) 40-60
697.    Nancy Bailey (British 1913-2012) - View of New Grimsby, Tresco, Isles of Scilly, oil on board, signed and inscribed verso, 39 x 59cm, framed 200-250
698.    Arthur Bassett Waller (British 1182-1974) - West Coast of Sark, Channel Islands, watercolour on paper, signed and inscribed verso, 25 x 34cm, together with C N Smith (20th/21st century British) - Pair of signed coloured prints of scenes on the Scilly Isles, a further print after CN Smith of a coastal view and a coloured print after Nan Heath - Autumn Harbour, St Mary's, Isles of Scilly, edition 530/850, max size 29 x 44cm approx, all framed (5) 50-80
699.    J Breen (20th century school) - Three mountainous wooden landscapes, oil paintings on canvas, all signed, together with two further similar oil paintings on canvas, signed Grant and Carmel, 45 x 60cm approx max, all in moulded gilt frames (5) 40-60
700.    An early 20th century mezzotint type engraving, half length seated portrait of a lady, published by Virtue & Co 1909, inscribed verso Countess of Blessington (1789-1849) 48 x 37.5cm in black and gilt glass mount and gilt frame, together with a further mezzotint engraving by Arthur Hogg - Portrait of a Dutch lady after Mierevelt, published by The Museum Galleries 1933, signed and with Museum Galleries label verso, 41 x 33cm approx, and a Vanity Fair coloured print of Her Grace The Duchess Dowager of Cleveland, dated 1883, 35 x 20.5cm, all framed (3) 50-70
701.    E Tayler (Late 19th century British school) - Bust length study of two children, watercolour on paper, signed and dated 1880, 27 x 34cm, in black and gilt glass mount and gilt frame 180-200
702.    N Lovett (20th century British school) - Extensive landscape with the Berkeley Hunt, the River Severn to the distance, oil on canvas, signed and dated 34, 35 x 45cm approx, in moulded gilt frame with velvet slip, together with a black and white print after Herbert Dicksee, the head of a wolfhound, 30 x 30cm, framed (2) 150-200
703.    S Deveriec? (20th century school) - Young boys fighting, oil on canvas in the palette knife technique, indistinctly signed, 60 x 40cm approx, framed 80-120
704.    Nat (Late 20th century British school) - Study of a champion racing pigeon, Ancient S F Tumbler Red, 94, FR426, oil on board, signed and with National Pigeon Association certificate verso, dated 1996, 27 x 32cm approx, together with a signed limited edition monochrome etching of pigs, signed RA Le Bos, edition 35/75, 19 x 26cm approx visible sheet size, together with a 19th century black and white engraving of a terrier, 54 x 40cm and a pair of coloured photographic prints of kittens after A Augusta Talboys (5) all framed 40-60
705.    An early 20th century map of the River Severn at Arlingham and across to Newnham, mounted onto canvas for wall hanging, 160cm wide, unframed, together with a similar but smaller 1922 ordnance map of Frampton on Severn (2) 30-50
706.    Graeme W Baxter (20th century British) - Signed coloured limited edition print of a golfing scene at the Gleneagles Hotel, Kingscourse, Scotland, 55 x 67cm approx, together with a further coloured print of golfing interest and a set of reproduction Players cigarette cards of golfing subjects, and also together with Lambert (20th century British) watercolour study of Buckland in the Moor, Devon and a quantity of decorative prints including garden subjects, botanical subjects, etc, various sizes all framed (12) 30-40
707.    Shoichi Hasegawa (Japanese B.1929) - Two signed coloured limited edition prints, Ballet Du Lunes, 90/110 and Emvolee Florale, 44/110, 65 x 54cm approx visible sheet size, both framed 30-50
708.    Tony Matthews (20th/21st century British) - A collection of fifteen signed prints of local architectural subjects including Lower Slaughter, The Promenade Cheltenham, Chalford, etc (some duplicates) all signed and inscribed and dated 1974, 56 x 38.5cm approx visible sheet size, all framed 40-60
709.    A collection of 18 early 20th century coloured illustrations from a hunting alphabet (some letters missing) including inscriptions, 35 x 33cm approx overall frame size, together with three further monochrome printed illustrations after George Denholm Armour of sporting subjects, 29 x 25cm approx framed size (21) 80-100
710.    Er (possibly for Ernest) Jones (Early 20th century British school) - A pair of studies of architectural classical style capitals, charcoal on paper, one signed and dated 1901, 46 x 56cm, framed, please add to description, together with a French 18th century black and white architectural engraving of the facade of the house of Monsieur Hinssellin of Notre Dame, 20 x 32.5cm, framed (3) 50-80
711.    Victor Silva (Early 20th century British school) - Pair of charcoal life studies of male nudes, both signed and one dated 19? 62 x 47cm in double glazed frames (2) 25-30
712.    Derek Wilkinson (British 1929-2001) - A collection of five signed coloured limited edition screen prints, subjects including Grasmere, river scene with boulder, two Provencal landscapes, etc, all signed and inscribed, 60 x 50cm max approx sheet size, all framed (5) 50-80
713.    G Hodgson (Late 19th century British school) - River scene with waterfall, watercolour and bodycolour on paper, signed, 50 x 71cm approx, in gilt frame 40-60
714.    no lot 300-500
715.    Andrew King (20th/21st century) - River landscape with cattle, watercolour on paper, signed, 25 x 35cm, together with winter landscape with farm buildings, watercolour on paper, signed and dated 80, 29 x 46cm approx, both framed (2) 40-60
716.    John Charles Moody (British 1884-1962) - Richmond Castle, Yorkshire, watercolour on paper, unsigned but inscribed verso, 17 x 31cm approx, together with a collection of five further 19th century and later watercolours including marine scene signed with initials HCSW, 12 x 20.5cm, view of Hoo, Kent, signed D Addy, 11.5 x 18cm, study of a keep beside a lake with heron, 50 x 42cm, a woodland scene with label verso P Redmayne, etc, all framed (6) 60-80
717.    19th century British school - River landscape with cattle beneath trees, oil on canvas, unsigned, 60 x 90cm in moulded gilt frame 60-80
718.    Geoff Keney (20th/21st century British) - Winter river landscape, watercolour and bodycolour on paper, signed, 28.5 x 60.5cm approx, together with a chromolithograph of a cottage exterior scene after Chas F Selwyn, 28 x 19cm, a further coloured lithograph of a street scene, 34 x 21.5cm, three early 20th century black and white etchings of architectural subjects all signed W Monk, a reproduction coloured map of Warwickshire, etc, all framed (8) 40-60
719.    An unusual early 20th century souvenir rugby flyer for the match between England and Wales played at Cardiff on Saturday January 5th 1901, printed on a thin Japanese paper with further printed decoration of warriors, 43 x 31cm approx, framed 100-150
720.    Donald Hamilton Fraser RA (British 1929-2009) - Two coastal views, both with castles on rocky outcrops, signed limited edition screen prints, both editions of 275, both signed, 46 x 60cm approx visible sheet size, both framed (2) 80-120
721.    Donald Hamilton Fraser RA (British 1929-2009) - Collection of three signed limited edition coloured screen prints - Racing Yachts, 46 x 59cm approx visible sheet size, white washed continental church under a blue sky, 56 x 44cm approx, both editions of 225, and coastal scene with distant island, edition number 8/175, 92 x 78cm approx visible sheet size, all framed (3) 80-120
722.    R Allen (of Eton - British 1895-1920) - View of the River Thames at Sonning, oil on board, signed and inscribed verso, 15 x 23cm approx, together with a further oil on board of a river scene with watermill, with label verso attributing it to the same hand, 40 x 50cm, both framed 100-120
723.    Albert Charles Dodds, RSW (British 1888-1964) - Harbour scene with fishing boats, watercolour and bodycolour on paper, signed and inscribed verso, with biographical details of the artist, 18 x 27cm approx 40-60
724.    19th century engraving of a still life with flowers on a windowsill, 33cm oval max in 19th century gilt frame of oval form 30-50
725.    Kerchirt? (20th century eastern European school) - Extensive lake view with washer women, oil on canvas, signed, 56 x 75cm approx, framed 30-50
726.    Henry William Pickersgill RA (British 1782-1875) - Half length profile portrait of the Marchioness of Abercorn, in an interior setting, knitting beside a window, watercolour and bodycolour on paper, inscribed to mount and further inscribed verso and with further unfinished watercolour study of a female head in a feathered bonnet verso, 30 x 23cm, framed 80-120
727.    A 19th century school three quarter length study of a woman in green dress, standing on a terrace with lake view to the distance, watercolour on board, inscribed Lock and Whitfield,
29 .5 x 24.5cm, framed (please note pigment loose on surface of board) 40-60
728.    Frederick George Lewin (1861-1933) Study of a night watchman and a pipe smoking gentleman in 17th century style costume, gouache on card, signed, 37 cm approx, unframed, together with Sue MaCartney-Snape (British born 1957) Glorious Old Fruit, signed coloured limited edition print number 315/600, 34 x 24.5 cm (framed) (2) 40-60
729.    W Holland (early 19th century British School) The Honey Moon, Charles Fox dancing with Britannia, coloured caricature engraving 25.5 x 36 cm approx visible sheet size, together with a pair of late 19th century coloured engraved, caricatures from Stephen's Review? dated 1884 - The Dauntless Three and Will It Come To This? published by Gilbert Rivington after Tom Merry 26 x 36 cm approx, also together with a coloured reproduction 19th century style print of magpies, various sizes, all framed (4) 60-80
730.    An adjustable artist easel by Maimeri, together with a collection of artists materials including boxed watercolours, palettes, brushes, sketch books, etc (a collection) 25-30
731.    A signed monochrome etching of the of the submarine Oxley, indistinctly signed in pencil, with details of the submarine applied verso, 16 x 21cm approx visible sheet size, together with an 18th century black and white topographical engraving of Sandywell Park, by T Bonner, 32 x 39.5cm approx, both framed (2) 30-50
732.    A quantity of small late 20th century watercolour souvenir studies of scenes in St Petersburg, some signed with monogram, dated in the 1990s, 11 x 18cm approx max, all unframed, together with further coloured prints (a collection) 30-50
733.    Derek Wilkinson (British 1929-2001) a collection of seven signed coloured limited edition screen prints (in six frames), all showing landscapes and coastal scenes around the Island of Eigg including Storm over the Sea, October morning, Autumn, etc, all signed and in editions between 80 and 90, approx size 42 x 52 cm visible sheet size, all framed (6) 150-200
734.    Derek Wilkinson (British 1929-2001) a pair of views of the Severn estuary including The Severn Bridge, pastel on paper, both signed and dated 1982, 47 x 67 cm approximately, framed (2) 60-80
735.    John Stephens (20th/21st century) - Drax Power Station, charcoal and chalk on paper, signed twice and inscribed Drax Power Station, dated August 1984, 76 x 51.5cm approx, together with two signed black and white etchings by James Beale - Autumn Landscape edition number 2/70 and Tower House, edition 9/75, max size 52 x 53cm approx, also together with a pair of abstract tonal prints of landscapes inscribed verso June Radford, 74, 32 x 42cm approx, all framed (5) 50-70
736.    Phil Tunstall (20th century British) - Copper Workings - Amlwch 2, abstract oil painting on canvas in the palette knife technique, with label verso from David A Cross Fine Art Bristol, 35 x 45cm approx in hessian frame 30-50
737.    Roy Smallman (British B.1944) - A set of four signed coloured limited edition screen prints - Mountain Lake, Atlantic Foam with Sunset, Ladies View and Atlantic Roller, all signed and in small editions, max 45, 59 x 45cm approx visible sheet size, a further larger signed coloured print by the same hand - View from Edymond and a signed coloured artists proof by Caroline Sykes, Twilight by River, 70 x 97cm, all framed (6) 50-80
738.    Beryl Maile - Landscape with distant power station, gouache on card, signed and with Oxfordshire address label verso, 27 x 25cm approx, together with a further collection of 20th century screen prints including Heart on Fire, indistinctly signed bottom right edition 38/100, sheet size 75 x 57cm, study of leaves and grasses, signed Liana Minehead? 57 x 44cm, a coloured print after Hugh Casson of a Moselle river scene, 28 x 40cm approx, etc, various sizes, all framed (7) 40-60
739.    A large late 19th century album containing monochrome printed reproductions of paintings with the initials 'W.F.D' on cover
740.    A late 19th century watercolour study of a frozen Snipe, inscribed verso February Fur or Feathers (11) signed with initials C F(?) W, 26 x 17cm, together with five 19th century pencil studies of female faces, mainly in profile, some with faint dates and signatures, Cuthbert?, 28 x 38cm approx sheet size, also together with a collection of early 20th century pen and ink caricatures, humorous greetings, etc, many examples signed A E Jones and dated between 1900-1910, 28 x 14cm max approx 40-60
741.    A collection of five late 19th/early20th century silhouette studies of children including a boy and a girl walking in a landscape, 22 x 16cm approx, a half length study of a girl with ribboned bonnet, 10 x 7cm, etc, together with a pair of oriental watercolours of pheasant and wildfowl, 30.5 x 5cm, and an oil painting on board of a group of shire mares and foals, signed E Mortimer and indistinctly dated, 16 x 23.5cm approx, etc, all framed (9) 50-80
742.    Mark Andrew Godwin (British B.1957) - Elements I and Elements II, pair of signed coloured limited edition screen type prints, 69 x 60cm approx visible sheet size, framed (2) 40-60
743.    Frank C McCarthy (20th century) - Signed coloured limited edition print of Native American Warriors crossing a river on horseback, signed, edition number 48/850, 63 x 46.5cm approx, together with a further coloured print after the same artist - Hostiles, Cowboy Artists of America Museum, Kerrville, Texas, 68 x 75cm, a similar coloured print after Howard Terpning (20th century) - The Longshot, and three further coloured prints of Native American interest, all framed (6) 40-60
744.    William Hogarth (British 1697-1768) - Portfolio containing black and white engraved plates, including a self portrait of 1764, Hudibras, King Henry VIII, The Lottery, etc, approx sheet size 59.5 x 47cm, together with John Leech (British 1817-1864) - Leech's Pictures 1st and 2nd series, containing engraved plates, book size 32 x 45cm approx (2) 200-250
745.    20th century British school - Harbour scene, oil on board in the palette knife technique, no visible signature, 29 x 24cm approx, framed, together with an oil painting on board of a sunlit Mediterranean style town square with figures, unsigned, 20.5 x 27cm, both framed (2) 30-50
745A.   Three Mogul school paintings, romantic, Erotic and Landscape 2, with script, 23 x 12cm and smaller 60-80
746.    Freeman (20th/21st century - Scene at Chipping Sodbury with figure and distant church, oil on canvas, signed and inscribed, 30 x 40cm, together with two further oil paintings on canvas of wooden landscape subjects, signed T Goodson and Mitchell, all framed (3) 25-30
747.    Ethel C Hatch (British 1894-1960) - The Coming Storm, watercolour on paper, signed, with various exhibition and other labels verso and with London address details, 19 x 25 cm approx size, together with a further watercolour by the same hand of continental lake scene, signed, 23 x 34 cm, both framed (Ethel Hatch was a young friend of Lewis Carroll, aka C.L. Dodgson - author of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland etc) 30-50
748.    Henry Rollet (British active 1884-1916) - Cottage exterior scene with old woman carrying a pail, oil on canvas, signed, 45 x 37.5cm approx, with gilt frame 40-60
749.    A late 18th century portrait miniature of oval form showing a gentleman in blue coat with red collar, 6cm oval approx max, together with a further early 19th century oval miniature portrait of a young gentleman in black coat, 8cm oval approx, a late 18th century miniature portrait of circular form showing a lady in white cap, 5cm diameter approx, in circular gilt frame, with pierced ribbon detail, and a further signed coloured engraved portrait by L Dupont after Sir Thomas Lawrence, showing the Countess of Durham, in decorative moulded gilt frame, 18cm max (4) 80-120
750.    An interesting collection of early 19th century and later silhouette profile portrait miniatures including two showing a lady in cap, both 4.5cm oval max, in gilt frames, an example showing a young girl in white dress, 4.5cm oval max, in decorative gilt frame with ribbon mount, a half length study of a lady in early Victorian style costume, inscribed verso, Isabella Dodd, The Riding, 1848, 9cm approx, a portrait of a gentleman and two further portraits of children, all of oval form, all framed (7) 80-120
751.    A folio stand in the form of a ledger with folding mahogany frame and brass fittings 80-100
752.    James Gillray (British 1756-1815) - Doctor Sangrado, Curing John Bull of Repletion, coloured etching on paper, published May 2nd, 1803, by H Humphrey (a scene from Gilblas by Alain-Rene Lesage) 26.5 x 36.5cm approx visible sheet size, framed 200-300
753.    James Gillray (British 1756-1815) - After Charles Loraine Smith (British, active 1762 - 1803) - French Volunteers Marching to the Conquest of Great Britain, coloured etching, published October 25th 1803 by H Humphrey, with incorporated initials C L S, 21 x 61.5cm approx visible sheet size, framed 200-300
754.    A Best (Early 20th century British school) - On The Wharf and On The Ouse, pair of river scenes with distant buildings,, oil on board, signed and inscribed, 28 x 49cm approx, in carved oak frames and oak and gilt slips, (pair) 100-150
755.    Fleming (20th century British) - Still life with oriental ginger jars, etc, oil on canvas, signed, 38 x 50cm approx, framed, together with Turpin (?) (early 20th century school) - Still life with roses and vase, oil on canvas, signed, 48 x 80cm approx, unframed, also together with F Genneo (20th century school) - River scene with cottage, oil on canvas, signed, 50 x 70cm, framed (3) 40-60
756.    A collection of late 19th century watercolours of landscape subjects including highland landscape with cattle watering, indistinctly signed MaClean, river landscape with fishermen, inscribed verso Thomas Collier (British 1840-91) 16.5 x 26.5cm, a cottage exterior signed M.I. Slocock, dated 1904, a coastal scene inscribed Pendennis Point, Falmouth, etc, together with an oil painting on board of still life with fruit, a black and white etching of a baby with initials GCP, etc, various sizes, all framed (12) 50-80
757.    E Aldridge (British 20th/21st century) - A quantity of oil paintings on board of rural subjects including harvesting scenes, ploughing, farmyard scenes, etc, 25 x 20cm approx max various sizes, all framed (30) 40-60
758.    E Aldridge (British 20th/21st century) - A quantity of oil paintings on board subjects including birds and other wildlife, river, canal and coastal scenes, etc, all signed, various sizes, 40 x 30cm max, all framed, together with a small oil painting on board of a Robin, signed with initials A.S. inscribed verso A Smith (34) 40-60
759.    E Aldridge (British 20th/21st century) - A quantity of oil paintings on board, subjects including genre, golfing, copies of works after Renoir, Jack Vettriano, etc, all signed, various sizes, 25 x 20cm max, all framed (25) 20-40
760.    E.J. Wilson (20th/21st century) - Cotswold village street scene, oil on board, signed, 40 x 60cm, in moulded gilt frame 25-30
761.    Three albums containing an extensive quantity of British and worldwide stamps including 1d red examples, etc (3) 80-100
762.    A box containing a collection of GB and worldwide Postal History, including a large number of envelopes with 1d red examples attached, also examples from New Zealand, Jersey, Ethiopia, etc (1) 60-80
763.    A Lincoln stamp album containing a mixed collection of worldwide stamps, early to mid 20th century onwards - India, Hong Kong, China, Cameroon, etc (1) 20-30
764.    Two albums containing a quantity of British and worldwide stamps, a box containing an assortment of loose stamps and FDCs, some sheets of stamps, including Spain, Sri-Lanka, Guernsey, etc, together with a mounted collection of old Japanese postage stamps (4) 40-60
764A.   Two stamp albums containing British and worldwide stamps, mid 20th-century onwards, together with a small quantity of loose stamps (3) 20-30
765.    Two volumes of The New Imperial Postage Stamp Album, with one containing a collection of Penny Red stamps, two further stamp albums containing British and worldwide stamps and also including a collection of penny reds, a box containing unsorted loose stamps, together with a large number of mixed stamps albums and stockbooks, etc (6) 40-80
766.    A collection of stamp albums and FDCs, albums contents relate to Malaysia and Singapore (12) 30-40
767.    Two stamp albums containing a collection of British and worldwide stamps, together with a large collection of FDCs and some postal history (5) 100-120
768.    Seven albums containing a collection of Royal Mail FDCs, some with associated commemorative coins, together with a box containing a small number of British Post Office mint stamp collections, (8) 100-150
769.    A mixed collection of items to include a stamp album containing British and worldwide stamps, an envelope full of loose unsorted stamps, a Churchill Crown and Elizabeth II crown, commemorative souvenir book marks, etc, together with two wooden boxes, one containing a metal rivet believed to be from The SS Great Britain, together with an oil painting of a still life of fruit and an oil painting of a landscape (9) 20-40
770.    An early 20th century album containing a quantity of hand written poems and art work together with a box containing cigarette and other cards including W & H O Wills, John Player & Sons, etc (1) 20-40
771.    An album containing a collection of early 20th century postcards of the local area - Dursley, Cam, Tetbury, Stroud, Frocester, etc (1) 30-50
772.    A box containing approx 380 mixed colour and black and white postcards, subjects include topographical, romantic, comic and include examples by Tom B, etc (1) 20-40
773.    Two albums containing a quantity of mixed postcards including topographical, romantic, greetings, sentimental, etc (2) 60-80
774.    A 1948 Olympic Games London Official Souvenir, three 1948 Olympic Tickets for Wembley Stadium, 1st ed of The 1948 Olympics by Bob Phillips, together with an autograph book with many hand drawn illustrations from the same era (6) 40-60
775.    A mixed collection of items to include an album containing a quantity of sepia coloured furniture photographs, two hand written albums with poems, art work, etc, a box of printing blocks, mainly of buildings in and around Cheltenham, etc (5) 30-50
776.    A miscellaneous collection of ephemera to include a box containing unsorted loose stamps and a small stockbook, a cased collection of technical drawing instruments, assorted rulers, eye glass, various black and white school and college photographs dating from the 1950s, including The Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester and Radley College, etc and box full of study notes and files, etc, again from The Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester (3) 20-40
777.    A collection of albums containing a quantity of armorial crests and badges, etc (7) 20-30
778.    An extensive collection of 2000 AD comics including early 1977 edition, and a 1986 souvenir edition, etc (141 in total)
2000 AD is a highly sought after weekly British science fiction-oriented comic magazine. As a comics anthology it serialises stories in each issue (known as "progs") and was first published by IPC Magazines in 1977, the first issue dated 26 February 1977. It is one of the few surviving comics that still thrives today with a huge fan base and the comics have become very collectable for their dramatic artwork and imaginative plot lines.
2000 AD is most noted for its Judge Dredd stories, and has been contributed to by a number of award winning artists and writers who became renowned in the field internationally. Many of the comics classic characters in 2000 AD have now appeared in films or TV programmes including Rogue Trooper, Strontium Dog, Slaine, Robo-cop and the ABC Warriors."

779.    A collection of late 19th century and early 20th century large scale ordnance survey maps, many of the local area including Wotton Under Edge, Charfield, Berkeley, Yate and Alderley, etc (21) 60-80
780.    A collection of six cigarette card albums including The Kensitas Albums of National Flags and a further album containing Player's Cricketers, 1934, Ardath Cork and State Express 333 Cigarettes Famous Footballers, Will's Cigarette Radio Celebrities, etc (7) 20-40
781.    A box containing a collection of 18th, 19th and early 20th century assorted vellum legal documents including mortgages, probates, conveyances, etc (1) 40-60
782.    A collection of film posters including 'A Window to the Sky', 'The Deadly Trap', 'Fragment of Fear', 'Problem Child' and 'The Worlds Greatest Athlete', etc (8) 40-60
783.    A large WWII USA war poster entitled 'Put The Pennant Beside The Flag - Both Spell Victory' produced by the US Shipping Board - Emergency Fleet Corporation, Philadelphia, with canvas backing, 110 x 150 cm 20-40
784.    A mixed collection of books of various subjects including sailing, travel, espionage, etc together with a quantity of Shire magazines (one shelf) 20-30
785.    The Likeness of Christ by Thomas Heaphy, published by David Bogue, London 1880, (1) 20-30
786.    A quantity of natural history books including Life in Lakes and Rivers, part of The New Naturalist series, An Introduction into Entomology (sixth edition) published 1843, etc (17) 20-40
787.    The Times Atlas published 1895, The Ordnance Survey Atlas of England and Wales, an early 19th century bound edition of The London Packet and Lloyd's Evening Post, together with three volumes of War With Russia by Henry Tyrell (6) 30-50
788.    The Plays Of Bernard Shaw, Pocket Edition 1926, printed by R & R Clark Ltd in original wooden presentation case, together with a collection of Alistair Maclean titles distributed by Heron Books (23) 40-60
789.    A quantity of miscellaneous mainly contemporary poetry books including a number of First Editions (23) 20-40
790.    Three small 17th century volumes of Letter Writ by a Turkish Spy, printed for Henry Rhodes, 1692-1694, (volumes 1, 4 and 7) 30-50
791.    An extensive and interesting collection of book about India and related subjects (approximately 45) 30-50
792.    Two volumes of Edmund Dulac's Picture Book for the Red Cross, published by Hodder and Stoughton, The History of Hyde Park and the House of the Grosvenor's, by Sir Max Pemberton and Brownikins and other Fancies, by Ruth Arkwright and illustrations by Charles Robinson (4) 40-50
793.    Domesday Book Studies Gloucestershire, three volumes in a slip case,published by Alecto Historical Editions, London 1987, no 271/1000 30-50
794.    The Works Of Charles Dickens (The London Edition) published by The Caxton Publishing Company, London with green cloth covers and gilt decoration (30 volumes) 30-40
795.    An interesting collection of mixed books to include "He's Your Dog Charlie Brown" by Charles M Schulz (1968 first edition), The Bap Ballards by W S Gilbert (1902 5th Edition), together with five Harry Potter titles, all First Edition and including The Special Rehearsal Edition Script of Harry Potter & The Cursed Child (7) 30-40
796.    Two boxes containing a collection of miscellaneous jazz vinyl LPs and CDs together with a late 1940s early 1950s autograph book containing autographs from the jazz world including Humphrey Lyttleton and Sid Phillips, etc, plus various books and vintage jazz leaflets (2) 30-40
797.    A collection of good quality Art reference books, etc, together with a used ledger (one box) 20-30
798.    A collection of books about the Spitfire and other WWII aeroplanes (20) 20-30
799.    A miscellaneous collection of books including a number about art and related subjects, etc (15) 20-40
800.    A quantity of books about the Cotswolds 20-40
801.    A collection of various bound editions of Punch and Punch Library of Humour (17) 30-50
802.    A collection of topographical and travel books illustrated by Donald Maxwell and including some First Editions. (27) 60-80
803.    A collection of mixed books all with good quality illustrations, including Robin Tanner, Hardy Beningfield, John Piper, etc, together with an assorted collection of children's books including Beatrix Potter and some Rag books (approx 40) 20-40
804.    An extensive collection of good quality technical books about watercolour and other types of painting, together with a number of vintage magazines published by Walter T Foster, about similar subjects (100 books plus) 20-30
805.    A quantity of books about Bath and related subjects, a small number of British topographical books, The Doomsday Book Studies for Wiltshire, a cased set produced by Alecto Historical Editions, London 1989, together with a quantity of vintage and other ordnance survey maps, etc (approx 45 volumes plus maps) 30-50
806.    A quantity of miscellaneous books, mainly literature and including, six volumes of the Works of Dickens (approx 36 volumes) 20-30
807.    A bound edition of The Illustrated London News, January to June 1851 (volume 18) which includes the Exhibition Supplement, a leather bound edition of Masterpieces of Industrial Art and Sculpture at The International Exhibition 1862, together with a quantity of antiquarian and other books including Buckland's Curiosities of Natural History, etc (5) 30-50
808.    A box containing a miscellaneous collection fo books about The River Severn, Tall Ships, Inland Waterways, Gypsy Caravans, etc (1) 20-30
809.    The Works of Alexandre Dumas, published by J M Dent & Co, 1894, with green covers and ornate gilt decoration (48) 40-60
810.    A collection of antiquarian books including five volumes of Channing's works (31) 30-50
811.    An extensive collection of good quality reference books about both military and civil aviation, together with a quantity of books about both World Wars and related subjects (approx 56 volumes) 30-40
812.    A quantity of good quality art reference books including The Complete Illustrated Thorburn's Birds published 1990 (11) 30-50
813.    A charming collection of antique children's books, many produced by Ernest Nister, London, including a panorama picture book entitled Pretty Polly, also produced by Earnest Nister (approx 45 books) 100-150
814.    A collection of art related books, together with fourteen copies of The Penguin Modern Painters - Edward Bawden, and a number of The Architectural Review Jan 1913 - July 1914 (approx 40 vols) 20-30
815.    A quantity of mixed books subjects include painting, art, natural history. travel, etc (approx 42 volumes) 20-30
816.    A quantity of good quality art reference books (approx 40 volumes) 20-30
817.    A collection of 20 vinyl LPs to include The Beatles - Beatles For Sale, A Hard Days Night, Abbey Road, also Tubular Bells, Abba, Barry Manilow, etc and including a shaped Barry Manilow single entitled One Voice (Live) etc, (23) 40-60
817A.   Four framed vinyl singles comprising Squeeze - Cool for Cats, The Specials - 2 Tone Gangsters, Madness - Work Rest and Play, The Dickies - Banana Split (4) and a drum stick used by Dan Woody Woodgate of Madness thrown to the crowd - Westonbirt June 2005 40-60
818.    Two boxes of miscellaneous books, subjects include vintage childrens books, adventure books, etc, together with a number of mixed pamphlets, technical guides, etc (2) 20-30
819.    A quantity of mixed books including The Waverley Novels, published by Adam and Charles Black 1874, a collection of various titles published by Odhams Books London, etc (one and a half shelves) 20-30
820.    A quantity of books about antiques and related subjects (approx 22) 20-25
821.    A quantity of mixed vintage and other childrens books including Angela Brazil, Enid Blyton, etc 20-30
822.    An extensive collection of books about the countryside and related subjects, including a large number of The Country Book Club, editions dating from the 1950s-70s, etc (three shelves) 30-50
823.    London as seen by Charles Dana Gibson, published by John Lane, London 1898, The Adventures of Gil Blas (4th edition) volume 1, together with six o/s maps 20-30
1001.   A good quality weathered contemporary teak garden bench with slatted seat and back, 5ft long approx 80-120
1002.   A pair of weathered cast composition stone garden planters of squat circular form, with raised relief detail of birds amongst other mammals amongst scrolling foliage, approx 30cm diameter x 27cm high, together with a further similar smaller pair (4) 80-120
1003.   A pair of contemporary weathered teak open armchairs with slatted seats and backs, together with a small teak circular garden table with folding X framed supports and slatted top (3) 40-60
1004.   A good quality weathered composition stone, three sectional bird table of octagonal form, with arched open window beneath a simulated tiled roof, 122cm high 80-120
1005.   Nine weathered contemporary cast composition stone garden planters of varying size and design, with raised relief detail (four pairs, all planted) 60-80
1006.   A pair of novelty contemporary garden planters in the form of dairy milk pails (planted) 40-60
1007.   A pair of good quality, probably blacksmith made, iron work hanging basket stands, with hexagonal stems, simple scrollwork detail and green painted finish, 218cm high 60-80
1008.   Two similar Lister stained teakwood three seat garden benches, with slatted seats and back, 160cm long approx 80-120
1009.   A contemporary twin garden seat, with slatted seat and further tapered slatted back, together with a pair of matching footstools 80-120
1010.   A quantity of terracotta flowerpots/planters of varying size and design, strawberry planters, etc 60-80
1011.   One lot of contemporary planters of varying size and design, mainly glazed examples (a number planted)
1012.   A cast iron fire basket of rectangular form and combined dogs, together with an associated chimney hood (2)
1013.   Two coopered oak sherry barrels, approx 90cm x 60cm diameter 60-80
1014.   A weathered contemporary teak, three seat garden bench with slatted seat and back beneath a curved rail, 5ft long 40-60
1015.   A two seat garden bench with green painted timber lathes, raised on sprung steel supports, 4ft long 40-60
1016.   A Lister stained teak three seat garden bench, with slatted seat and back, 160cm long 40-60
1017.   Four weathered cast composition stone garden planters of square tapered form with simulated stone wall facade
1018.   Eleven wooden fruit crates, including nine two divisional examples, two bearing original paper labels advertising Crock brand and Bambina the Elephant brand, the others with printed lettering 80-100
1019.   Elver net with long handled aluminium pole, together with fifteen wooden framed and segmented elver trays (16)
1020.   A contemporary three piece, light steel framed garden terrace set comprising circular concentric tiled top table and a pair of matching chairs with strap work seats
1021.   A section of angular steel railing with rod and ring repeating design, 293cm long x 67cm high
1022.   A galvanised steel twin wine rack, with undulating bar supports, 60cm square x 140cm high 40-60
1023.   A coated sheet steel floorstanding cabinet with hinged lid and pierced panels
1023A.  A weathered teak low gymnasium bench with planked seat and through jointed supports, united by a moulded rail/stretcher, 11ft long approx
1024.   A vintage rustic pine workshop bench, with thick planked top and original wooden screw vice, approx 200cm long x 68cm wide (excluding vice) x 90cm high
1025.   A 19th century pine farmhouse kitchen table of rectangular form, with planked top over and end frieze drawer, raised on four square tapered legs (af) 168cm long x 92cm wide
1026.   A good quality weathered teak park or garden bench with slatted seat and back, 241cm long 200-300
1027.   A good quality weathered teak contemporary four piece garden terrace suite comprising table of rectangular form with slatted top and X framed supports, pair of armchairs and bench with slatted seat and curved slatted backs beneath arched rails 150-200
1029.   Two matching vintage enamel signs of rectangular form advertising the Indo and Chinese Trading Company, 61 x 51cm 180-220
1030.   A vintage enamel sign of rectangular form advertising Ogden's St Julian tobacco, 153cm long x 46cm high, together with a further double sided sign advertising Will's Gold Flake Cigarettes, 42 x 30cm (af) 50-80
1031.   A vintage enamel sign advertising The News of the World, Best Weekly Paper, 92 x 61cm (af), together with a wall mounted, coin operated Kit-Kat dispenser (2) 40-60
1032.   A small vintage enamel sign of rectangular form advertising Redfern's Rubber Heels, Economical and Durable, 61 x 15cm 40-60
1033.   An old copper with flared rim and riveted seams, 50cm diameter approx 60-80
1034.   Five matching weathered buff coloured chimney pots of squat octagonal form with impressed monogram, 36cm high x 30cm square at base 60-80
1035.   A pair of small weathered buff coloured campana shaped garden urns, with flared rims, lobed bodies, looped handles with face mask detail, fluted socles, on square cut bases (af) planted, approx 42cm diameter x 53cm high 120-150
1036.   A weathered carved natural stone mortar, approx 26cm square x 17cm high with circular cut out, 16cm diameter, together with an old natural stone grinding wheel, 40cm diameter (2) 40-60
1037.   An unusual reclaimed buff coloured chimney pot of cylindrical form with applied moulded repeating flower basket detail 40-60
1038.   A weathered contemporary terracotta garden statue in the form of a classical standing boy, holding a small urn, stood beside a stepped pedestal and circular base, 93cm high 60-80
1039.   A small vintage cast iron paper or book press with central screw thread 40-60
1040.   A pair of andirons, with swan neck faceted pyramid finials, together with one other similar pair 40-60
1041.   Railwayana Interest - A British Rail West signal department cast iron signal base plate, further GWR track plate/bracket and a wall mounted sign bracket with scroll detail (3) 40-60
1042.   A weathered cast composition stone garden urn, with flared rim, lobed body raised relief detail and fluted socle, 45cm diameter x 56cm high
1043.   A cast iron fire basket of rectangular form and loose andirons, with swan necks and brass ball finials, together with a further iron fire basket, small grate, pair of andirons and a pair of old chain link hand cuffs
1044.   A small weathered three sectional rough hewn stone bird bath of circular form, with tapered support and square base, the top 30cm diameter x 48cm high 50-80
1045.   A weathered cast composition stone garden statue in the form of a classical female raised on a square pedestal, 120cm high 60-80
1046.   A vintage cast iron Haseley Jarmain tractor seat with pierced detail 40-60
1047.   A contemporary terracotta garden wall pocket with female face mask and foliate detail, together with a small green man wall mask (2) 40-60
1048.   A small weathered terracotta head and shoulder bust in the form of a classical male character, 34cm high 40-60
1049.   A weathered composition stone flower trough/planter of rectangular form with repeating cherub raised relief detail, raised on sledge supports, main body 82cm long x 22cm wide x 25cm high 100-120
1050.   A weathered cast composition stone planter of rectangular form, with raised crab and shell relief detail, raised on sledge supports, 90cm long x 22cm wide x 30cm high approx 80-100
1051.   A good quality cast iron stove with decorative profuse pierced foliate detail, enclosed by a small central door, over an ash pan, and lion mask feet, 66cm wide x 48cm deep x 98cm high approx 150-200
1052.   A pair of weathered composition stone garden urns, with acanthus leaf bowls and fluted socles raised on square and stepped moulded pedestals (af) 98cm high, the urns 61cm diameter approx 150-200
1053.   A lead lions mask wall plaque/fountain head with well defined features, 28cm square approx 100-120
1054.   23 architectural coppered tin square moulded panels with hammered detail, 62.5cm square, together with seven further examples, with classical laurel garland and further detail (30) 60-80
1055.   A cast bronze port hole with screw fittings, stamped to hinge Woods Ltd, Reign Hill, 32cm diameter 40-60
1056.   A pair of good quality iron work folding fire guards with decorative scrollwork detail and wire mesh panels, 104cm high x 120cm wide (full width) 60-80
1057.   A Villager cast iron wood burning stove, enclosed by a pair of arched and glazed panel doors with pierced tre-foil detail 80-120
1057A.  An old cast iron trumpet shaped bell? with wall mounting bracket, both having raised serial numbers
1058.   A pair of large architectural wooden cylindrical columns with all over later simulated marble hand painted finish and raised on square stepped bases, 280 cm high approx 250-300
1059.   A three sectional polished granite pedestal, the square top raised on a turned pillar and square platform base (burnt orange and grey inclusions) 100cm high 80-120
1060.   A Triumph Columbian Stoveworks decorative cast iron stove, with repeating foliate and simulated split mouldings, entwined twig handles and swept feet 150-250
1061.   A wire work and light steel conservatory or garden plant stand on two graduated rectangular tiers, with hooped borders 40-60
1062.   A vintage enamel sign (remains, one half) advertising Arnold Perrett Gold Medal Ales, Wickwar Brewery (af) 148cm x 46cm
1063.   A pair of weathered composition stone garden urns, the squat circular bowls with flared rims and moulded socles, raised on square stepped pedestals, with repeating relief panels, 92cm high, together with one other similar (3) 150-250
1064.   A vintage Planet Junior push hoe, with ashwood handle, together with a seed drill with two spoke wheels and a tapered rectangular wooden crate with printed lettering Elders & Fyffes Ltd (3)
1065.   A pair of composition stone campana shaped garden urns, with flared egg and dart rims, raised relief procession of classical figures, with fluted socles, approx 40cm diameter at rim, 50cm high 160-180
1065A.  An Elswick Folder - folding bicycle, Sturmey Archer 3 speed, tubular frame and spoke wheels
1066.   A pair of contemporary brushed steel hanging six branch electroliers, with cone shaped stems
1067.   A heavy brass Dutch style six branch hanging ceiling light, with knopped and bulbous stem 40-60
1067A.  A Tiffany style colourful leaded hanging ceiling light, with domed shade, dragonfly and floral detail, 40cm diameter, together with two others and a brass framed hall lantern in the Georgian style with etched star glazed panels (4) 60-80
1068.   An arts and crafts style copper hall or porch lantern, of square form, enclosing coloured leaded light segmented panels, beneath a tapered hood/canopy 80-100
1069.   An iron work five branch hanging ceiling light with simple scroll and hammered detail, together with a pair of matching three branch wall lights
1069A.  An antique cast metal six branch hanging ceiling light/electrolier, with scrolling acanthus and fruit detail, complete with ceiling rose 100-120
1070.   A contemporary star cluster shaped hanging ceiling light with segmented mirror panels 60-80
1071.   A large contemporary Gothic style hanging lantern, the cylindrical open painted and distressed wooden frame with Gothic tracery detail, supported by a tubular steel crown, with central stem, and four branch light fitting, 47cm diameter x 85cm high approx 60-80
1072.   A vintage wooden folding step ladder, with seven treads, together with one other, to be sold for display purposes only (2) 40-60
1073.   An east coast, vertical Low Rider bicycle, with wire spoke wheels, chopper type seat and tubular frame, with metallic blue and flame detail livery 40-60
1074.   A Georgian style hardwood fire surround, with classical fluted column supports with Corinthian capitals and further carved and moulded detail, beneath a dentil frieze, the mantel 158cm wide (insert measurement) 90cm wide x 96cm high, together with an accompanying over mantel, the stepped and moulded panel with tapered sides and carved detail 60-80
1075.   A good quality neo-classical design electric fire insert, with pierced serpentine grill and basket with coal effect, labelled Berry's Electric London
1076.   Two sections of reclaimed 19th century low interior architectural room panelling/low two sectional open shelves, with simple turned classical column supports, raised on a three stepped base, each section 175cm long x 24cm wide x 76cm high 60-80
1077.   A large contemporary reproduction wall mirror of rectangular form with bevelled edge plate, set within a swept and moulded frame, with foliate detail and silver painted finish, 148 cm x 117cm 50-70
1078.   A large reproduction gilt framed wall mirror of rectangular form, the deep moulded frame with repeating floral borders, 125cm x 95cm 60-80
1079.   An Edwardian gilt framed wall mirror of oval form, with bevelled edge plate and moulded surround, 82cm x 58cm, together with one other (2) 40-60
1080.   A Georgian style wall mirror, the rectangular plate set within a shaped and moulded frame, with gilt highlighted scrolling acanthus and painted detail, 90cm x 58cm approx 60-80
1081.   A reproduction overmantel mirror, the moulded and chamfered frame with peg detail, 107cm x 79cm 40-60
1082.   A pair of Japanese black lacquered panels of rectangular form, overlaid/mounted with floral bone work bamboo and bird detail, housed within moulded and carved frames 80-120
1083.   A 19th century cheval or dressing mirror with mahogany moulded frame, lacks stand, together with two further mirrors of varying design (3) 50-70
1085.   A large contemporary wall mirror of rectangular form with bevelled edge plate within a stepped and moulded gilt frame, with foliate detail and red painted speckled band, 128 cm x 97 cm 100-120
1086.   A 19th century wall mirror of rectangular form, with gilded slip, the deep moulded frame with repeating acorn oak leaf and beaded detail, 123 cm x 113 cm 60-80
1087.   An overmantle mirror of rectangular form with moulded stained pine and canted frame, 125 cm x 88 cm 40-60
1088.   A contemporary full length dressing mirror with simple wedge shaped moulded frame, 52 cm x 140 cm
1089.   A large contemporary wall mirror of rectangular form, the mirror plate set within a wide floral embossed metal frame, 126 x 102cm 50-80
1090.   A collection of miscellaneous furniture to include an inlaid Edwardian occasional table, one other with gilt mounts small mahogany gateleg table, etc 40-60
1091.   A reproduction wall mirror of rectangular form, the gilt moulded frame with repeating foliate surround, 90 cm x 69 cm 40-60
1093.   Three wall mirrors of varying size and design to include a 19th century gilt framed example of rectangular form with split bead and foliate moulded surround 40-60
1094.   A moulded tin shop display sign in the form of a salmon, hung from a wall mounted bracket, the salmon 110cm long 80-120
1095.   An antique oak oval dropleaf gateleg table raised on eight turned supports, a smaller example, a Georgian oak hanging corner cupboard enclosed by rectangular moulded panelled door flanked by split fluted classical pilasters, 19th century or possibly earlier fruitwood plate rack and a lip work basket (4) 60-80
1096.   A 19th century copper helmet shaped coal scuttle with turned wooden hand grips together with associated shovel
1097.   An oak floor-standing two sectional library bookcase, enclosed by a pair of up and over rectangular glazed panelled doors (one vacant) beneath a shallow raised back with carved scrolling detail (possibly Globe Wernicke) Measurements in inches - 34 wide x 14 deep x 43 high 60-80
1098.   An Indian hardwood floorstanding revolving cylindrical unit with shallow segmented compartments and inlaid floral brass banded top raised on a shaped tripod, 46 cm diameter approx 60-80
1099.   An R A Lister & Co Ltd brass banded jardiniere and stand united by an x framed stretcher 50-80
1100.   A long and low retro teak sideboard made by G W Evans Ltd, London, enclosed by three doors and tower of four long graduated drawers with metal peg handles and raised on tapered supports, 204 cm long x 41 cm wide x 88 cm high 60-80
1100A.  A cut glass and brass framed basket chandelier 30-40
1101.   A low elm occasional table of rectangular form, the top with carved acorn and oak leaf detail, raised on a pair of shaped supports united by a through stretcher, one side with carved fox mask insignia together with a small oak occasional table of circular form raised on a turned pillar and shaped quadruped and a rush seated stool (3) 40-60
1102.   An oak floorstanding open bookcase with pegged shelves together with one other (2) 40-60
1103.   A Dutch embossed brass umbrella stand of oval form with merry making scene inscription danse de paysnas d'abres Breughel
1104.   A Victorian oak freestanding open bookcase with three adjustable shelves flanked by simple split moulded detail and raised further on a moulded plinth, 124 cm wide x 30 cm deep x 123 cm in height 80-120
1105.   A mahogany floorstanding three sectional library bookcase enclosed by three pairs of rectangular glazed panelled doors raised on simple squat turned supports, 35" wide 11" deep x 46 high 60-80
1106.   A retro teak D end extending dining table with single additional bi-fold leaf raised on four square tapered and moulded legs together with a set of four matching low ladderback dining chairs with rexine upholstered seats (5) 60-80
1107.   Three large vintage green tinted hand blown rope twist encased fishing floats 18 inches in diameter approx 60-80
1108.   A 19th century stripped pine oval dropleaf kitchen table with end frieze drawer raised on four square cut and chamfered legs united by H shaped stretcher, the plank top with bowed ends, 140 cm x 138 cm approx 120-150
1109.   A Dutch style brass six branch hanging ceiling light/electrolier, with knopped and bulbous stem, together with two more contemporary polished examples with glass shades and a hanging melon shaped ceiling light the open wirework frame with repeating facets hung from a chain link with cast foliate rose (lacks internal fitting) (4)
1110.   A Georgian mahogany bureau, the fall flap enclosing a fitted interior of small drawers and pigeon holes, over four long graduated drawers, raised on short bracket supports, 95cm wide 40-60
1111.   A late Victorian aesthetic movement Davenport with gilt highlighted ebonised moulded frame, shallow three-quarter turned gallery over a hinged leather inset slope, with vacant interior, over the usual arrangement of real and dummy drawers 60-80
1112.   A 19th century French provincial kitchen table, with rectangular three plank top, over a frieze drawer, raised on square tapered and moulded supports, 180cm x 75cm wide 150-200
1113.   A good quality Gothic revival cast metal fire fender, with repeating pierced Gothic tracery and castellated rail flanked by octagonal supports, 4ft wide approx, together with a set of three andirons, with slender twisted handles 150-200
1113A.  A vintage Avery cast iron and enamel shop scale, with circular dial, to weigh ten pounds
1114.   A 1930s oak side cabinet, freestanding and enclosed by a pair of full length rectangular glazed panelled doors, beneath a stepped pediment, the interior fitted and adapted to house sporting equipment, 97cm wide x 34cm deep x 210cm high 60-80
1115.   A good quality ecclesiastical floorstanding lecturn with light oak rest, raised on a wrought iron stand with partially twisted stem, scroll and punch detail 150-200
1116.   A reproduction hardwood sleigh bed, with scrolled and panelled head and footboards, complete with side adjoining rails and slats, to fit a 5ft mattress 200-300
1117.   A pair of hardwood bedside cupboards, each enclosed by a fielded panelled door and frieze drawer, within a panelled frame 80-100
1118.   A Georgian style hanging porch lantern of hexagonal form, with brass frame, enclosing glazed panels and central stem supporting three candle bulbs, 55cm high 50-80
1119.   A modern floorstanding stainless steel framed bathroom storage cabinet, partially enclosed by two frosted glass doors, together with a further contemporary floorstanding washbasin with circular white ceramic bowl and mixer tap, raised on a light oak veneered stand, on square cut legs incorporating a glass shelf (2)
1120.   A small reproduction Georgian style walnut veneered bachelors chest with brushing slide over two short and two long frieze drawers, raised on bracket supports, 63cm wide (af)
1121.   A stripped pine side cupboard, freestanding and enclosing a pair of rectangular panelled doors beneath two frieze drawers, 91cm wide x 42cm deep x 84cm high 40-60
1122.   A large floorstanding four fold screen/room divider, the oak frame with chamfered detail enclosing embossed leather panels to one side with exotic bird, scrolling foliate, mythical classical figures, stylised dolphin and further detail, the reverse with later applied pictorial engravings, each section 193cm high x 67cm wide 250-300
1123.   An 18th century oak coffer, with hinged lid, panelled frame and moulded styles, the front elevation enclosing four lozenge shaped and carved flower head panels, 130cm (af) 80-100
1124.   A good quality contemporary light oak kneehole desk, fitted with three long graduated drawers with heavy cast handles, flanking a further pull out drawer/slide, beneath a inset faux leather top, 130cm long x 67cm wide 40-60
1124A.  A vintage circular wooden board, with hand painted finish advertising Madame Zola Fortune Teller Palm Crystal Ball and Tart Cards, 92cm diameter 40-60
1125.   A Georgian stripped and waxed pine livery cupboard, the upper section enclosed by a pair of rectangular moulded panelled doors, the lower partially fitted with two long and three dummy drawers, raised on short bracket supports, 135cm wide x 52cm deep x 200cm high 250-300
1126.   A French double bedstead with machine woven floral tapestry upholstered head and footboard with cream painted shaped carved and moulded frames 60-80
1127.   Hille moulded plastic child's school chairs with pierced backs and tubular supports (stack of six)
1128.   A Victorian brass and iron single bedstead, with cream painted finish 40-60
1128A.  Two similar brass and iron single bedsteads with foliate detail 40-60
1129.   A Summit EZ-Fold light alloy framed folding bicycle, with shopping basket
1130.   A Kettler Sandcasten Vario sectional moulded plastic sand pit and two extensions; appears hardly, if ever used, together with a childs soft toy rocking horse 80-120
1131.   Pair of contemporary Italian high chair-back stools, with rush seats and stained beechwood frames, with an art deco torchere and mesh fire guard (4)
1132.   A vintage wall mounted metal sign advertising North British 'First in the Field' Protective Footwear
1133.   A small quantity of vintage carpentry related hand tools
1134.   A quantity of antique metal wares to include light fittings, street lantern hood, etc 60-80
1135.   Miscellaneous lot to include a small collection of glazed stoneware preserve jars, bottles, a boxed Stanley Bailey no4 wood working plane, two further planes of varying design, various picture frames, one of circular form enclosing the head and shoulder sepia portrait print of an art nouveau style maiden, etc
1136.   Collection of antique furniture parts, turnings, Gothic tracery frieze, etc 40-60
1137.   A useful modern green painted, tubular steel framed low trolley, with saddle shaped seat and four pneumatic tyres
1138.   A collection of wicker baskets of varying size
1139.   A Clarke Woodworker, 37 inch wood turning lathe, with accessories 80-100
1140.   A collection of interesting items to include various vintage carbide and other lamps, small antique oak panels, magic lantern, three primus stoves, block and tackle, cast iron scale with circular ceramic tray, with transfer printed decoration advertising Day & Millward, Birmingham, various jars, cruet set, small framed and glazed black and white photograph 'The Whale' Stranded at Littleton on Severn January 15th 1885, etc 60-80
1141.   An Edwardian low deep seated armchair with simple rolled arms raised on square tapered forelegs with brass caps and castors (for re-upholstery) together with a bentwood rocking chair (2)
1142.   A set of four Ibex stick back kitchen chairs with circular moulded seats raised on splayed turned legs and stretchers 60-80
1143.   A small glass hanging ceiling light with faceted prism drops for spares or repair, together with a collection of further lustres, a contemporary Kenneth Turner, London, trumpet shaped glass vase, and a small quantity of modern lighting
1144.   A collection of 55 vintage (mainly Unigate) moulded glass milk bottles, all with various labels advertising Kellogg's Cornflakes, Milky Way, Have You Had Your Weetabix? Nescafe, Six Little Crackers, etc, 60-80
1145.   Two 19th century cast iron boot scrapers of varying design, a copper coal bin of squat cylindrical form, with lions mask and ring handles and paw feet, three opaque glass shades, a cast gilt metal ceiling light with glass prism drops and two contemporary graduated circular waisted planters with repeating painted lemon design (9) 40-60
1146.   A moulded glass three branch chandelier, with faceted prism drops, one other and a light metal example with painted finish and petal shaped sconces (3)
1147.   A large 19th century oval copper two handled cooking pan and cover 40-60
1148.   21 vintage wooden carpentry moulding planes, and a sharpening stone 40-60
1149.   Two similar terracotta amphora, with loop handles (af) 50-80
1150.   A vintage 'KUM-BAK' ring tennis in original pine box, with printed label, together with a further vintage cricket bat (2)
1150A.  Ten hessian sacks including four potato examples advertising Potasse D'Alsace 50-70
1151.   A pair of oak and leather long handled fire bellows, together with two 19th century steel fire irons (3)
1152.   An X framed gold painted steel stool, with strap work seat and scrolled detail 70-90
1153.   A contemporary bamboo single chair with upholstered seat, a low Indian stool, a three tier floorstanding corner watnot, a wooden pestle and mortar, a painted dressing table mirror of oval form and combined trinket drawers, a further oval plaster framed wall mirror with cherub detail and two trunks, a boxed doll and a framed machine woven tapestry (10)
1154.   Two good quality contemporary portable folding sectional display boards, housed within satchels 60-80
1155.   A vintage Silver Cross coach built pram with sprung frame and wire spoke wheels with hard rubber tyres
1156.   A set of six Edwardian Arts & Crafts style oak dining chairs with reeded frames, drop in rush seats and turned forelegs united by H shaped stretchers 40-60
1157.   A set of six dining chairs with shaped outline, upholstered in orange stitched vinyl and raised on ebonised square tapered legs
1157A.  A Georgian style urn shaped wooden table lamp, with stepped square base and painted finish, together with one other in the form of a classical fluted column and a vintage trap/coach lamp (3)
1158.   A vintage painted wooden nest of four long shallow drawers with segmented interior and moulded handles
1159.   A Sansai separates stacking hifi system, comprising a fully automatic DD turntable, model P-L50, Quartz PLL Synthesizer Tuner, T-909L, Stereo Double Cassette Deck D-99D, Integrated DC Stereo Amplifier A-909, together with a Pioneer Compact Disc Player PD-4350 and a pair of Mission Electronic model 77 speakers
1160.   A pair of Tannoy Little Red Monitor speakers and stands, serial number 3149-005527 and 41 (used but complete with original box) 200-300
1161.   A Thorens TD166 MkII record player, with original cardboard packaging 100-150
1162.   NAD separates hifi equipment, housed within the original packaging, comprising NAD 502 compact disc player, stereo amplifier 3020, stereo cassette tape deck, model 6050C and stereo tuner, 4020A 60-80
1163.   A Technics SL-PG590 compact disc player, housed within its original packaging
1164.   Eleven moulded blue tinted glass bricks, 9 inches square
1165.   Five reclaimed cast iron drain water hoppers, two with painted floral highlighted detail (5)
1166.   A vintage Blackburn multi form table with rectangular top and platform base, together with a quantity of miscellaneous items to include a framed and glazed colour photograph of the England one day international squad V New Zealand 2008, signed in margin by players, a Riley two piece snooker cue, resin chess set, miscellaneous ceramics, Polaroid and other cameras, etc
1167.   A Victorian style exterior wall mounted lantern of square tapered form with milk glass panels
1168.   A pair of Victorian style street lantern hoods of square tapered form, with glazed panels and raised finials 80-100
1170.   Eight David Rowland style stacking chairs with laminated seats and backs, raised on tubular supports (af) 60-80
1171.   Eight David Rowland style stacking chairs with laminated seats and backs, raised on tubular supports (af) 60-80
1171A.  Eight David Rowland style stacking chairs with laminated seats and backs, raised on tubular supports (af) 60-80
1171B.  Eight David Rowland style stacking chairs with laminated seats and backs, raised on tubular supports (af) 60-80
1171C.  Eight David Rowland style stacking chairs with laminated seats and backs, raised on tubular supports (af) 60-80
1171D.  Seven David Rowland style stacking chairs with laminated seats and backs, raised on tubular supports (af) 60-80
1172.   An Edwardian walnut planter freestanding and of rectangular form with moulded serpentine outline, further shaped panels, removable tin/zinc liner and raised on slender cabriole supports 80-100
1172A.  A retro teak veneered low bedside lamp table, on three tiers, a dwarf open bookcase, with segmented shelves and a small eastern carved hardwood occasional table (3)
1173.   A 19th century pine side table fitted with a shallow frieze drawer raised on ring turned and tapered supports with painted finish together with a vintage wall mounted whip or cane rack, and a green painted wooden slope with hinged lid and partially segmented interior (3)
1174.   A pair of rustic oak and pine framed tall pub or garden tables, with zinc covered tops, 70cm square x 111cm high 60-80
1175.   A pair of rustic oak and pine framed tall pub or garden tables, with zinc covered tops, 70cm square x 111cm high 60-80
1176.   Three rustic oak and pine framed tables of square cut form, the tops 70cm x 65cm x 77cm high 60-80
1177.   An Edwardian walnut sheet music cabinet fitted with four long drawers, with patent fall fronts and moulded detail, together with a low hardwood three drawer bedside or lamp table, with raised gallery and heavy metal handles (2)
1178.   An E Gomme early G-Plan oak and ebonised side cabinet, enclosed by an arrangement of doors and drawers, raised on splayed supports, together with a further matching G-Plan bedside cupboard, a low oak veneered Meridew floorstanding two-divisional bookcase with adjustable shelves and enclosed by two pairs of sliding glass doors and one other, labelled to reverse Herbert Gibbs (4) 100-200
1179.   A Gerlinol Dinette three tier folding tea trolley, the tubular steel frame with laminated shelves, together with an oak stool in the Georgian style with upholstered rectangular seat raised on claw and ball supports and a machine woven tapestry of a hunting scene and an Edwardian glazed side cabeint (4)
1180.   A Ladderax sectional modular adjustable shelving unit comprising a three drawer chest, three cupboards with fall fronts, two enclosed by a pair of sliding doors, one open with single adjustable shelf, three adjustable shelves, three gold painted metal ladder uprights/supports and a number of runners 200-300
1181.   A good quality mid-20th century teak two tier occasional table, with removable tray top, raised on four simple turned supports 40-60
1182.   An arts and crafts open elbow chair with curved slender slatted back over an upholstered pad seat, raised on square tapered forelegs, together with a 1930s oak standard lamp with tapered octagonal column and stepped platform base (2) 40-60
1183.   A light oak tavern type table, the rectangular top raised on a pair of X framed supports united by a central stretcher, 153cm long x 71cm wide 60-80
1184.   A low 19th century stripped pine farmhouse kitchen or dairy table of rectangular form, fitted with two frieze drawers, raised on square tapered supports, 148cm long x 64cm wide x 75cm high approx 100-120
1185.   Contemporary Italian stitched leather upholstered low stool or pouffe of rectangular form
1186.   A traditional wooden rocking horse, with painted finish, horse hair tail and mane, soft leather saddle and bridle, raised on a stretcher framework 150-200
1187.   A 1970s teak kneehole desk or workstation, with rectangular formica inset top over an arrangement of two short and three long graduated drawers with fixed loop handles 40-60
1188.   A Gothic revival pitch pine table of rectangular form, possibly of ecclesiastical origin, with moulded outline and repeating Gothic tracery frieze, raised on four turned, tapered supports, approx 120cm long x 52cm wide x 74cm high 60-80
1189.   A pair of contemporary low oak pub stools, with circular moulded pierced seats, raised on slightly splayed square cut and chamfered legs united by stretchers
1190.   A Victorian mahogany bow-fronted bedroom chest of two short over three long graduated drawers, raised on later turned supports, 120cm wide 40-60
1190A.  A pair of small 19th century mahogany chests of five long graduated drawers (once part of a desk/dressing table), 34 cm high x 30 cm wide x 28 cm deep
1191.   A contemporary pine dresser base, with painted finish, fitted with a T shaped arrangement of six drawers, flanked by a pair of panelled doors, raised on simple turned bun feet, 118cm wide x 45cm deep x 82cm high 40-60
1192.   A contemporary Chinese hardwood side table fitted with two frieze drawers (disguised as four small) raised on shaped supports (painted blue) 40-60
1193.   A floorstanding shop display cabinet, with coppered frame enclosing glazed panels, single door, raised on slightly swept and rounded supports 40-60
1194.   A G-Plan Fresco teak bedroom chest of five long drawers with sculptural handles, together with a pair of matching low bedside lamp table, incorporating a single drawer, both raised on recessed plinths (3) 50-100
1195.   A low contemporary side cupboard, fitted with an arrangement of four drawers and single cupboard, with metal fittings and bracket shaped supports
1196.   A low Old English style oak side cupboard with applied mouldings and lozenge shaped panels partially enclosed by a rectangular panelled door, raised on turned baluster forelegs, united by stretchers, labelled to reverse of door Maple & Co 40-60
1197.   A contemporary oak draw leaf dining table, raised on four square cut supports, 91cm square when closed, 175cm when extended (to seat six)
1198.   A vintage wooden timber lathe and steel banded steamer trunk, with leather strap carrying handles 60-80
1199.   A reproduction Georgian style kneehole twin pedestal, mahogany veneered writing desk with green stained leather inset panelled top, over an arrangement of eight frieze drawers, disguised as nine raised on bracket shaped supports, 4ft long x 2ft wide, together with a further reproduction Georgian style serpentine front chest of four long drawers with shaped apron and later blue painted finish (2)
1200.   An Edwardian walnut floorstanding revolving bookcase of square cut form, with segmented shelves and moulded detail 60-80
1201.   A lantern hood of square tapered form with glazed panels beneath a canopy and raised finial, the metal frame with later spray painted finish, the hood with applied label DW Windsor Hoddesdon, Herts, England, serial number 0390
1202.   A reproduction Georgian style mahogany veneered chest of two short over five long graduated drawers with brass swan neck handles and bracket supports, 55 cm wide x 40 cm deep x 116 cm in height 40-60
1203.   A pair of reproduction hardwood bedside cupboards each enclosed by a fielded arched panelled door and frieze drawer, flanked by split moulded columns and raised on deep plinths, further arched panelled sides and raised back with carved foliate detail 60-80
1204.   A wooden floorstanding unit with segmented open compartments painted and distressed finish, 130 cm wide x 33 cm deep x 100 cm in height approx 40-60
1205.   An Edwardian mahogany sheet music cabinet in the Art Nouveau/Crafts style 40-60
1206.   A pair of bow-fronted tall bedside chests of four long drawers with cream painted finish and floral detail raised on short cabriole supports, 50 cm wide x 30 cm deep x 92 cm high 60-80
1207.   A 19th century mahogany side table fitted with a frieze drawer raised on turned column supports, raised on a recessed arched platform base 50-80
1208.   A contemporary pine framed three tier side table with paint wash finish, partially fitted with two drawers flanked by open shelves
1209.   An unusual Edwardian mahogany bow front dresser fitted with an arrangement of five drawers flanking a central cupboard enclosed by a rectangular moulded panelled door and raised on claw and ball supports and castors, 138 cm wide x 57 cm deep x 96 cm high 40-60
1210.   A matched pair of 19th century continental oak pot cupboards of square cut form with white and grey flecked marble tops over a frieze drawer and moulded panelled door, raised on turned, tapered and fluted legs united by further turned H shaped stretchers 60-80
1211.   A Victorian stripped pine bedroom chest of two short over two long drawers, 3ft wide 40-60
1212.   An ecclesiastical oak prayer stand with pierced gothic tracery detail, pegged rail and hinged folding kneeler
1213.   A late 19th century Georgian style mahogany bow-fronted side table fitted with two central long drawers with brass swan neck handles, flanked by tambour sliding doors raised on four square tapered legs, 107 cm wide x 84 cm high x 53 cm deep 40-60
1214.   A Regency mahogany sideboard with inlaid ebony stringing, the shallow breakfront fitted with a frieze drawer and shallow cupboard enclosed by a tambour sliding door (AF), flanked by bow-fronted cupboards and raised on six ring turned and tapered legs, 153 cm long x 58 cm deep x 92 cm high 60-80
1215.   A small reproduction Georgian style chest with serpentine front fitted with four long drawers raised on bracket shaped supports together with an Edwardian mahogany two tier plant stand raised on square cut and slightly swept supports, an oak occasional table of oval form raised on shaped moulded supports united by a book trough (3)
1216.   An Edwardian stripped pine washstand fitted with three long graduated drawers beneath a coloured marble top, raised framed tiled splashback and swing mirror with bevelled edge plate beneath a broken swan neck pediment 40-60
1217.   A pair of contemporary hardwood bedside lamp tables of square cut form each fitted with a frieze drawer over an open fronted compartment, together with a further matching example (3) 40-60
1218.   A low freestanding painted side cupboard enclosed by a pair of rectangular moulded panelled doors raised on turned bun feet, 100 cm wide x 46 cm deep x 103 cm high 80-120
1219.   A stripped pine floorstanding corner unit, partially enclosed by two rectangular panelled doors flanking open shelves, 162 cm high x 62 cm wide x 37 cm deep 40-60
1220.   A mahogany standard lamp with spiral twist column raised on a swept square platform base, 140 cm high excluding fitting
1221.   A Georgian oak hanging corner cupboard enclosed by a rectangular moulded pointed arch panel door, the interior painted and fitted with three shelves, together with a nest of three good quality old English style oak occasional tables with carved foliate frieze, turned supports and stretchers, and a small mule chest 40-60
1222.   A good quality low oak side cupboard enclosed by a pair of rectangular fielded panelled doors enclosing a fitted interior over a long drawer and plinth, 76 cm wide x 46 cm deep x 82 cm high, together with a nest of three graduated walnut occasional tables with shaped supports 40-60
1223.   A pair of early 20th century oak desk chairs, the bow backs with shaped and tapered splats over upholstered sprung pad seats raised on swept supports united by turned stretchers 60-80
1224.   An early 20th century oak kneehole twin pedestal writing desk with inset writing surface over an arrangement of nine frieze drawers within a panelled frame raised on squat cabriole supports, 122 cm wide (4ft) x 68 cm deep x 77 cm high 40-60
1225.   A reproduction Georgian style yew wood veneered twin pedestal writing desk with inset writing surface over an arrangement of eight frieze drawers disguised as nine raised on bracket supports, 138 cm wide x 76 cm deep 60-80
1226.   A stained pine side cabinet floorstanding and enclosed by a pair of full length rectangular glazed panelled doors revealing four fixed shelves to interior and raised on a moulded plinth, 103 cm wide x 33 cm deep x 162 cm high 50-80
1227.   A modern stripped pine wardrobe in the Georgian style with stepped and moulded cornice over a pair of three quarter length twin fielded panelled doors over one long and two short drawers to base raised on ogee bracket shaped supports, 102 cm wide x 60 cm deep x 188 cm high 60-80
1228.   A modern stripped pine bedroom chest in a Georgian style of two short over three long drawers raised on ogee bracket supports, together with a matching three drawer bedside chest and a cheval mirror with long drawer to base (3) 60-80
1229.   A 19th century pine blanket box with hinged lid, exposed dovetail construction and side carrying handles 40-60
1230.   A contemporary reproduction cherry wood writing desk, the hinged lid enclosing a partially fitted interior and writing surface over a frieze drawer raised on square tapered and splayed supports, together with a further reproduction side cabinet, the serpentine front partially enclosed by a pair of doors over three drawers 60-80
1231.   A reproduction Georgian style stripped pine kneehole twin pedestal desk fitted with seven frieze drawers disguised as nine within a panelled frame and moulded plinth, 5ft long x 3ft wide 100-150
1232.   A rustic vintage child's wooden rocking horse with painted finish
1233.   A pair of modern pine three drawer bedside chests with brass ring handles and turned supports 40-60
1234.   A reproduction Georgian style mahogany writing bureau, the fall flap enclosing a fitted interior over four long graduated drawers raised on bracket supports, 80 cm wide 40-60
1235.   An Edwardian mahogany sideboard with gadroon moulded edge over a pair of bow-fronted cupboard doors flanking three long drawers with cast brass ring handles raised on claw and ball feet, the top with shallow raised architectural back, 6ft long approximately 40-60
1236.   An antique copper cauldron/pail with steel loop handle together with a Victorian brass telescopic oil lamp standard (later converted to electricity), two brass folding spark guards, an Eastern heavy brass stand with circular dished top and further circular stepped base with all over engraved detail (5) 60-80
1237.   An oak barley twist gateleg table, Windsor chair (af) pair of rush seat chairs, towel rail, cabin trunk, etc
1238.   A Victorian style stripped pine farmhouse kitchen table the rectangular top with rounded ends raised on four turned supports 195 cm long x 85 cm wide 60-80
1239.   A 19th century domed topped wooden trunk with cloth skin, studded detail and side carrying handles, the paper lined interior bearing an original label Daniel Moss trunk maker Worcester, together with a stained pine tool chest (2) 40-60
1240.   A 19th century stained pine blanket box with hinged lid and side carrying handles 40-60
1241.   A pitch pine pew, with plank seat, shaped ends and raised tongue and groove boarded back, 126cm long x 125cm high 40-60
1242.   A vintage stained pine frame nest of nine drawers, presented in rows of three, 85cm wide x 20cm deep x 61cm high 40-60
1243.   An arts and crafts style polished brass coal bucket, with lions mask and ring handles and galleon detail, together with an engraved brass tray of circular form and a further brass bed warming pan, with turned wooden handle (3) 40-60
1243A.  A novelty painted wooden dumb waiter in the form of a Gloucester Old Spot pig standing on its hind quarters and raised on an oval platform base
1244.   A late 20th century reproduction floorstanding bookcase of square cut form, with inlaid detail and segmented shelves 40-60
1245.   A small Georgian mahogany shield shaped toilet mirror, with crossbanded and inlaid detail, scrolled supports and box base with serpentine front, fitted with three drawers, raised on tiny ogee bracket supports
1246.   A slender Dutch style wall mounted display cabinet, with leaded light glazing and canted corners, enclosed by a pair of doors, with painted frame and interior, with two fixed shelves, 121cm wide x 18cm deep x 53cm high 60-80
1247.   A rustic reclaimed pine kitchen dresser base, enclosed by four rectangular twin panelled doors, beneath four frieze drawers with painted finish, beneath a stained top, 225cm long x 48cm wide x 98cm high 200-300
1248.   A floorstanding brass xylophone mounted and housed on an oak stand with spiral twist supports and stretchers c.1920 60-80
1249.   A set of four Lancashire style, wavy ladder back dining chairs with rush seats and later painted frames 40-60
1250.   50 moulded plastic stacking chairs, with painted tubular steel supports (one example on view, the others available on request)
1251.   A 1920s tub chair, with stained beechwood frame, cane panelled back with carved detail, slatted open sides, upholstered seat, raised on turned bobbin supports and stretchers, together with a pair of footstools of oval form, with tapestry panelled seats of birds on branches (3) 40-60
1252.   A green leather upholstered tub chair, with shaped outline and button detail, raised on square tapered forelegs 40-60
1253.   A reproduction captains type swivel desk chair, with button leather upholstered seat and back, raised on five shaped supports and castors 80-120
1254.   An early 20th century revolving desk chair, with faux leather upholstered serpentine seat, back and partial arms with studded detail, raised on swept and moulded supports 40-60
1255.   An inlaid Edwardian mahogany lightweight open elbow chair, with foliate detail and upholstered pad seat raised on slender square tapered forelegs 40-60
1256.   Six reproduction salon chairs with upholstered seats and padded cameo shaped backs, with centralised glittering jewel detail within moulded frames with painted finish raised on turned tapered and fluted supports, comprising three open elbow chairs and three single (6) 80-120
1257.   A late Victorian nursing chair with repeating floral sprig patterned upholstery on a blue ground, with button detail and ebonised supports
1258.   A pair of Georgian style open elbow chairs with cut floral moquet patterned upholstered seats and shield shaped backs over shepherds crook arms and cabriole forelegs with carved acanthus detail 60-80
1259.   A pair of Georgian style low easy chairs with swept arms, serpentine seat, light blue ground upholstery, raised on scrolled forelegs 60-80
1260.   A Victorian drawing room chair, with light pink floral patterned upholstered seat, buttoned back and arms, within a walnut showwood frame, with carved foliate detail and scrolled cabriole forelegs, with white ceramic castors, together with a similar matching nursing chair (2) 100-150
1261.   A late Victorian/Edwardian low deep seated open armchair with shaped outline, upholstered finish and turned forelegs 40-60
1262.   Five similar Spanish open armchairs with walnut frames, scrolled arms and tan leather strap seats with decorative brass flower stud detail, together with a pair of Cromwelian style dining chairs (7) 60-80
1263.   A Windsor elm and beechwood lathe back armchair, raised on turned supports united by a further turned double stretcher (af)
1263A.  Three contemporary high back dining/side chairs, with linen upholstered seats and button backs raised on scrolled cabriole forelegs (3)
1264.   A low upholstered centre stool of rectangular form, raised on four turned legs with brass castors
1265.   A retro/1950s style wing back armchair, with shaped outline and plum coloured upholstery, raised on ebonised turned tapered legs 60-80
1266.   A Georgian style wing armchair, with shaped outline, pink ground upholstery, with classical arch, exotic bird and seahorse detail, raised on square tapered and flared moulded forelegs 60-80
1267.   A Georgian style wing armchair with light green ground floral patterned upholstery, raised on claw and ball forelegs 60-80
1268.   A carved wooden carousel horse with hand painted saddle, bridle and dappled finish, later adapted as a rocker with painted cradle supports, 130 cm high x 244 cm long (8ft full length) 100-150
1269.   A 19th century mahogany dressing table unit of trinket drawers
1270.   A Meridew teak bedroom chest of three long drawers, with dished circular handles, raised on splayed oak supports
1271.   A Richard Hornby Afromosia sideboard, enclosed by a pair of doors and tower of four long graduated drawers, with reeded fronts, raised on square tapered and moulded supports, 190cm long x 50cm deep x 82cm high 200-300
1272.   A Richard Hornby Afromosia pullout extending dining table, the top with moulded outline and curved ends, with stowaway leaf, raised on four tapered and moulded legs, together with a set of four matching low ladder back dining chairs with upholstered seats 100-150
1273.   A Richard Hornby Afromosia writing bureau, the fall flap enclosing a simply fitted interior of two central doors, flanked by pigeon holes, over three long graduated drawers with reeded fronts, raised on square tapered and moulded supports, 82cm wide 60-80
1274.   A Ercol medium elm nest of graduated 'pebble' occasional tables, raised on simple turned, tapered and splayed supports, each bearing a circular gold printed label 100-150
1275.   A Victorian mahogany toilet mirror of arched form, with spiral twist column supports and demi-lune platform base, with marble top, together with a vintage domed top timber lathe and steel banded travelling trunk (2) 40-60
1276.   A reproduction Georgian style stripped pine, kneehole, twin pedestal writing desk, with inset leather panelled top over an arrangement of nine frieze drawers with brass swan neck handles and bracket supports, 152cm long x 85cm wide 100-150
1277.   An arts and crafts style stained oak stool, with chamfered frame and worn leather seat, with studded detail 40-60
1278.   A contemporary leather clad campaign style three drawer dressing or side table with reinforced borders, side carrying handles and fitted with three frieze drawers, 150cm long x 45cm wide x 77cm high 60-80
1279.   A pair of retro teak bedside lamp tables, each fitted with a frieze drawer, with drop handle, raised on slender square, tapered and moulded legs, partially united by stretchers 150-200
1280.   A dresser base, with light green painted finish, enclosed by three fielded panelled doors and three shallow frieze drawers, over a shaped apron, 190cm long x 48cm wide x 93cm high 80-120
1280A.  a 19th century oak Pembroke table raised on ring turned and tapered supports
1281.   An Edwardian walnut bedroom chest of two short over two long drawers, with cast brass handles and all over later painted finish
1282.   A TV cabinet in the form of a Georgian style side cupboard, with well matched walnut veneers, enclosed by two doors over a mock long drawer with fall front, raised on bracket supports, together with one other and a Yew wood veneered display cabinet enclosed by an astragal glazed panelled door, an almost new coal effect electric fire (4)
1283.   A pair of contemporary side cupboards, freestanding and enclosed by a pair of full length doors, with bevelled edge mirror panel frame, retailed by Next 60-80
1284.   A contemporary pedestal chest of five long drawers, with bevelled edge mirror finish and chrome handles, retailed by Next, together with a valet/trouser press (2) 50-70
1284A.  An oak side cabinet with stepped and moulded cornice over two pairs of green stained leaded light doors, franked by architectural mouldings 60-80
1285.   A pair of inlaid Edwardian mahogany light weight occasional chairs, with pierced splats, over upholstered pad seats, raised on square tapered and slightly swept supports, together with a firescreen with peacock panel
1286.   A Gothic revival oak writing table, the rectangular top with canted corners and later painted border enclosing a inset leather writing surface, raised on square cut, chamfered and arched supports, 122cm long x 61cm wide 60-80
1287.   A set of six oak high back dining chairs, with upholstered seats and back pads, within carved and moulded frames, raised on turned forelegs, united by H shaped stretchers 40-60
1288.   A cream painted contemporary wall mounted flight of open fronted wall shelves, with pierced scrolling foliate frieze, 65cm wide x 92cm high
1289.   A contemporary light oak D end pull out extending dining table, with single additional bi-fold leaf, raised on four square cut legs, to seat four
1290.   A Regency mahogany bar back dining chair with brass inlaid detail, cane panelled seat and sabre supports together with a 19th century country made low rush seated rocking chair and a 19th century mixed wood occasional table, the octagonal top raised on a turned pillar and shaped tripod, a toilet mirror and small occasional table (5)
1291.   A good quality contemporary light oak dining table of rectangular form raised on X framed supports, united by a central stretcher, together with a set of eight ladder back dining chairs with drop in seats, the table top 220cm long x 100cm wide 250-300
1292.   A mid-20th century low side table fitted with two frieze drawers with stripped fronts and top, raised on ebonised tapered supports, united by a X framed stretcher 80-100
1293.   A Victorian oak wind out extending dining table of rectangular form with rounded corners and two additional leaves, (but capable of further) raised on four turned, tapered and carved legs, 235cm long x 130cm wide 150-250
1294.   A small reproduction veneered chest, the serpentine front with four long drawers, raised on bracket supports, together with a late Victorian aesthetic movement period low nursing chair with ebonised frame, an Old English style oak occasional table with carved detail, a pair of Victorian bedroom chairs with cane panelled seats and chamfered frames, a 19th century pole screen with floral tapestry panel housed within a shield shaped frame, one other and a folding three tier cake stand (8) 40-60
1296.   A 1930s oak drawleaf dining table, the rectangular top with canted corners and moulded outline, raised on a pair of supports with fruit detail, moulded sledge feet, united by a central stretcher 60-80
1297.   A hardwood floorstanding open shelving unit, partially enclosed and fitted with small drawers and cupboards, raised on a moulded plinth, 140cm wide x 40cm deep x 197cm high 60-80
1298.   Two small oak and pine framed shallow portable display cases of rectangular form, with glazed panelled hinged lids, together with a simple pine folding corner display shelf (3)
1299.   A pair of good quality contemporary, but traditional style two-seat sofas, with swept and rolled arms, shaped outline and upholstered finish with loose seat cushions, raised on simple turned pine legs 80-120
1300.   An inlaid Edwardian mahogany chaise with upholstered finish and inlaid detail, raised on simple cabriole supports 40-60
1301.   A 19th century fauteuil with cream ground floral patterned upholstered sprung seat and padded shield shaped back, within a showwood carved and moulded frame, raised on cabriole forelegs, with brown ceramic castors 60-80
1302.   A vintage Parker Knoll rocking chair model number 973-4, with stained beechwood frame, sprung seat with loose cushion and upholstered back
1303.   A 19th century Windsor elm and beechwood turned spindle back armchair, together with three further Windsor single chairs (4)
1304.   Two similar Victorian balloon back dining chairs with moulded frames, upholstered seats, cabriole forelegs, together with a Windsor elm and beechwood stick back kitchen chair and a single chair of Hepplewhite design with moulded frame and lyre shaped splat over an upholstered seat raised on square tapered fluted and moulded forelegs (4)
1305.   A Victorian low drawing room chair with shaped outline, upholstered finish and turned forelegs together with a prie dieu with upholstered seat and back and two wicker chairs of varying design (4)
1306.   A pair of contemporary stitched brown leather upholstered two seat club style sofas raised on squat square tapered supports, 140 cm long approx (AF) 60-80
1307.   A vintage stitched tan leather suitcase with metal fittings together with a further smaller fibre suitcase housed within(2)
1309.   A pair of contemporary Howard style low deep seated armchairs with floral patterned upholstery and loose T shaped cushions (for re-upholstery) 100-150
1309A.  A bamboo freestanding open bookcase with later gilt painted finish, together with an inlaid Edwardian mahogany occasional table of octagonal form raised on square tapered and splayed legs united by an under tier and a child's rocking chair with turned spindle back and blue painted frame (3)
1310.   A pair of retro swivel egg shaped moulded fibre glass chairs with upholstered finish raised on four prong bases 80-120
1311.   A good quality buttoned leather upholstered two seat sofa with studded seams and raised on simple square tapered supports (in need of a good clean), 136 cm long 80-120
1312.   A reproduction swivel captains type office swivel desk chair with buttoned upholstery and five prong moulded plastic base 60-80
1313.   A low late 19th century tub chair with rolled arms, shaped outline and upholstered finish raised on turned tapered ebonised forelegs (for re-upholstery)
1314.   A contemporary brown leather upholstered two seat sofa with rolled arms, slightly winged back, button detail, loose seat cushions, 140 cm wide 80-120
1315.   A modern but traditional style two seat bed settee/sofa with rolled arms and moustache shaped back, stylised floral upholstery and loose cushions, also converts to a sofa bed, raised on simple turned supports 60-80
1316.   A contemporary but traditional style two to three seat sofa with cream ground chevron patterned upholstered finish, swept and scrolled arms, loose feather filled seat cushions, 220 cm long approx 40-60
1316A.  A late 19th century French walnut veneered bedside table, the top with moulded serpentine outline, raised back and inset marble panel over a frieze drawer and cupboard raised on cabriole supports with carved and moulded detail (marble cracked) 40-60
1317.   A substantial pitch pine dresser, the upper section enclosed by a pair of rectangular glazed panelled doors revealing two fixed shelves to interior, the lower fitted with a side by side arrangement of six long drawers with cup handles and raised on a moulded plinth, 196 cm wide x 63 cm deep x 202 cm in height 150-250
1318.   A Georgian oak hanging corner cupboard enclosed by a pair of rectangular panelled doors together with a good quality low old English style oak oval drop leaf occasional table raised on turned gun barrel and block supports united by stretchers 60-80
1319.   A scratch built dolls house with gabled roof and painted finish
1320.   A substantial 19th century mahogany Scotch chest fitted with an arrangement of five long drawers flanked by carved and moulded corbel's and raised on turned supports, 125 cm wide x 142 cm high 60-80
1321.   A 19th century mahogany side cabinet enclosed by a pair of glazed panelled doors flanked by split moulded columns with domino detail, 125 cm wide 40-60
1321A.  A stripped and waxed pine towel rail and two Kelim cushions
1322.   A good quality reproduction Georgian style walnut veneered ladies writing bureau, the fall flap with herringbone banding enclosing a fitted interior of small drawers, central cupboard and pigeon hole over four long graduated drawers on ogee bracket supports, 62 cm wide 60-80
1323.   A pair of Nordic Style, London mirror top occasional tables of circular form with foliate detail, gilt painted frames and splayed supports 40-60
1324.   A Georgian style mahogany kneehole, twin pedestal writing desk, with canted corners, inset leather writing surface, over nine frieze drawers with brass swan neck handles, 132cm long x 70cm wide approx 80-120
1325.   A medium to light oak writing bureau, the moulded panelled fall flap enclosing a simply fitted interior over three long graduated drawers, with shaped apron and bracket supports, 80cm wide
1326.   A continental Kingwood veneered commode, fitted with three long drawers, with cast gilt metal mounts and inlaid banding beneath a decorative coloured pebble dashed marble top 60-80
1327.   An early 19th century mahogany bedroom chest of two short over three long graduated drawers with shaped apron and bracket supports, 108cm wide, together with a Georgian mahogany dropleaf dining table of rectangular form, raised on square cut and moulded supports (2) 40-60
1328.   An Edwardian mahogany linen press with inlaid satinwood banding, chequered and box wood stringing, the upper section enclosed by a pair of rectangular panelled doors, the interior later fitted with a hanging rail, over a chest of two short and two long drawers set on a moulded plinth 60-80
1329.   A Georgian oak bedroom chest of two short over three long graduated drawers, with brass swan neck handles and fretted back plates, raised on bracket supports, 102cm wide (possibly originally the top half of a chest on chest) together with an Old English style oak, oval dropleaf gateleg dining table (2) 40-60
1330.   A 19th century secretaire abbatant, with grey and white flecked rectangular marble top, with canted corners, over an arrangement of five long drawers and fall front, enclosing a fitted interior, well match veneers and applied metal mounts 100-150
1331.   A 19th century pine washstand, with raised three quarter gallery over two frieze drawers with turned supports, united by an under tier (af) a further 19th century pine hanging corner cupboard, a side table fitted with a frieze drawer and a stained pine blanket box with hinged lid 60-80
1332.   A glazed ceramic conservatory or garden seat in the form of a elephant in ceremonial dress
1332A.  A low occasional table with black lacquered kidney shaped removable tray top with crane stork detail and floral borders raised on a simulated bamboo stand (af) 40-60
1333.   A small 19th century freestanding chest of four long inverted graduated drawers, with stained ebonised frame, cast brass ring handles and square cut supports, 61cm wide 60-80
1334.   A late Victorian/Edwardian walnut triple wardrobe with moulded cornice over three, three quarter length panelled doors, two with bevelled edge mirror plates, the central with carved central panel in the form of a classical maiden, the interior partially fitted with three graduated drawers and three linen slides over two drawers to base raised on a moulded plinth 60-80
1335.   A small Edwardian mahogany floorstanding open bookcase with fixed shelves and inlaid detail, 41cm wide x 16cm deep x 118cm high 40-60
1336.   A good quality reproduction Italian floral marquetry inlaid games table, the reversible and folding top revealing a backgammon chequer board and two compartments, raised on swept cabriole supports with applied cast metal mounts (clean example) 80-120
1337.   An early 19th century mahogany Pembroke table, fitted with the usual arrangement of one real and one dummy frieze drawer, with inlaid detail and kite shaped escutcheon, raised on square tapered legs with brass caps and castors
1338.   A Victorian mahogany side cupboard, the serpentine front fitted with a shallow frieze drawer, over a pair of well matched recessed flame veneer panelled doors, enclosing a single shelf to interior, flanked by scrolled and carved corbels, moulded plinth and turned supports, 82cm wide 60-80
1339.   A Georgian mahogany and stained pine bedroom chest, with crossbanded detail, fitted with an arrangement of two short over three long graduated drawers, with kite shaped escutcheons and embossed handles, raised on bracket supports, 95cm wide 60-80
1341.   Interesting eastern howdah type chair, of primitive construction, possibly used for camel
1342.   A substantial Victorian stripped and waxed pine bedroom chest of two short over three long graduated drawers with shaped apron, turned knob handles and supports, 118cm wide x 60cm deep x 120cm high 100-150
1343.   A 1920s Jacobean revival oak writing bureau, with geometric block moulded detail, the fall flap enclosing an interior of small drawers and pigeon holes, over two short and one long drawer, raised on spiral twist supports and stretchers, with bun feet, 95cm wide 40-60
1344.   An Edwardian walnut kneehole, twin pedestal writing desk (one piece) with inset writing surface over an arrangement of nine frieze drawers, set on moulded plinths, the reverse with mock drawer elevation, 106cm wide x 61cm deep 40-60
1345.   A continental pitch pine wardrobe with decorative split bamboo mouldings enclosed by a pair of three quarter length rectangular mirror panelled doors with two shallow drawers to base (will easily dismantle for ease of removal) 100-150
1346.   A mahogany standard lamp in the Georgian style, raised on swept tripod supports
1347.   A good quality search or spotlight, with cast alloy frame, raised on a folding adjustable tripod 80-120
1348.   A Victorian mahogany library bookcase, the upper recessed section with moulded cornice over a pair of arched rectangular glazed panelled doors, revealing three adjustable shelves to interior, the lower fitted with a shallow frieze drawer over a pair of arched moulded panelled doors, raised on a plinth, 4ft wide 60-80
1349.   A Globe Wernicke freestanding two sectional library bookcase enclosed by up and over rectangular glazed panelled doors raised on a low square stepped stand 60-80
1350.   A minx miniature upright and overstrung iron framed Art Deco piano with well matched walnut veneered case 80-120
1350A.  A reproduction Regency style sofa table, fitted with two real and two dummy frieze drawers, raised on lyre shaped supports, united by a central turned stretcher
1350B.  A high quality Serious Readers, Alex Range floor standing reading light (retail 2017 299) with paperwork 30-40
1351.   A Victorian mahogany veneered Duchess washstand with white and grey flecked shaped marble top and splashback over a frieze drawer raised on turned and moulded supports united by a platform raised further on brown ceramic castors 40-60
1352.   A traditional Edwardian style carved wooden rocking horse with dappled grey painted finish, horse hair mane and tail, raised on a stripped pine stretcher framework with applied rectangular sticker made by Collinson & Sons, Smith Down Road, Liverpool, 95 cm in height x 123 cm long 120-150
1353.   An Adams petite grand piano with stained oak case label to interior supplied by Harrods Ltd, London, number 36398 80-120
1354.   A 19th century walnut armoire enclosed by a pair of rectangular moulded panelled doors raised on moulded supports approximately 140 cm wide x 61 cm deep x 222 cm in height 150-200
1355.   A Victorian stripped pine bedroom chest of two short over three long graduated drawers with ceramic handles and turned bun supports, 104 cm wide 80-120
1356.   A 19th century oak corner cupboard enclosed by two pairs of panelled doors with carved detail, raised on a stand, 82 cm wide x 50 cm deep x 205 cm in height approximately 60-80
1357.   A Georgian oak plate rack, partially enclosed by a pair of arched cupboard doors flanking open shelves and boarded back, beneath a pierced frieze (ex dresser rack), 203 cm wide
1358.   A vintage Bentwood freestanding hat and coat stand raised on swept supports 50-80
1359.   A reproduction hardwood sleigh bed with panelled and scrolled head and foot boards, compete with side adjoining rails and slats 80-100
1360.   A light elm and beechwood smokers bow elbow chair with turned spindle back, raised on tapered partially ring turned supports united by stretchers 40-60
1361.   A Georgian style mahogany bookcase in two sections, the upper recessed and enclosed by three astragal glazed panelled doors with segmented interior and adjustable shelves over a low cupboard enclosed by a pair of twin panelled doors with classical mouldings and bracket supports, 150 cm wide x 48 cm deep x 210 cm in height 60-80
1362.   A Tiffany style leaded light hanging ceiling light with domed shade and repeating foliate detail, 50 cm in diameter approx 40-60
1363.   A 19th century mahogany bow-fronted side table fitted with a shallow frieze drawer with oak linings raised on square tapered legs with spade feet, 82 cm wide
1364.   An Edwardian mahogany drop leaf occasional table, the top with serpentine moulded outline over a frieze drawer and square tapered legs and spade feet, united by H shaped platform stretcher, a further small pot cupboard and a simple towel rail (3) 40-60
1365.   A 19th century oak snap top occasional table of rectangular form raised on a turned pillar and swept tripod
1366.   A small Japanese four fold screen with decorative carved framework (AF) lacks panels, together with a further four fold example with lacquered frame and embroidered panels and an Edwardian two fold example and a stool with tapestry top (4) 40-60
1367.   A reproduction walnut veneered vitrine or bijouterie table of rectangular form with inlaid crossbanded detail, hinged shallow glazed lid and raised on slender turned, tapered and fluted supports 60-80
1368.   A 19th century mahogany freestanding boot rack to hold six pairs beneath an arched rail with turned pegs 60-80
1369.   A cashmere standard lamp, the turned stem and disc shaped base with profusely carved foliate detail
1370.   A Japanese freestanding two fold screen, the ebonised frame with carved foliate and bird detail enclosing lacquered panels with raised bone work and further decorative, bird and branch detail 60-80
1371.   A reproduction Georgian style mahogany occasional table of rectangular form with moulded tray top and supports united by a pierced fretwork x framed stretcher
1372.   A Fefco modern Chinese pedestal chest of octagonal form fitted with eight drawers with gold coloured lacquered finish and decoration of children playing/doing different pursuits, kite flying, various games, etc 60-80
1381.   Woven Shah Qum carpet, with unique floral medallion design, cream ground, 300 x 200cm 200-300
1382.   Hand woven Persian Hammadan runner, traditional design, 190 x 90cm 150-200
1383.   Bokhara rug with typical geometric medallion decorated with typical geometric medallion decoration upon a burnt orange ground, 240 x 160cm 50-80
1384.   Vegetable dye wool Choli Kelim runner, 144 x 96cm 60-100
1385.   Old Persian runner, red ground, 300 x 90cm 150-200
1386.   Persian rug with central blue medallion, framed by scrolled foliage upon a red ground, 180 x 125cm 40-60
1387.   A Turkish wool rug with pastel shades, salmon pink ground, overlaid with abstract and geometric panels, 230 x 160 cm 60-80
1388.   A large wool carpet in pastel shades, the central panel supporting repeating geometric detail within a cream border with further repeating decoration, 4 metres x 2' metres 90 200-250
1389.   Full pile Persian Sarouk carpet, red ground, 300 x 220cm 200-300
1390.   Afghan three medallion rug, decorated with geometric blue motifs upon a red ground, 200 x 120cm 50-80
1391.   Vegetable dye wool Choli Kelim runner, 252 x 77cm 80-120
1392.   Good quality full pile Persian rug with geometric panelled decoration upon a red ground, 200 x 120cm 60-100
1393.   A good quality Indian carpet decorated with a central blue medallion decorated with various geometric motifs upon an orange ground, 360 x 260cm 100-200
1394.   Good quality full pile Afghan rug, decorated with various medallions upon a pale ground, 180 x 135cm 60-100
1395.   Meshwari runner, 262 x 64cm 50-80
1396.   Old Turkish Kelim, 167 x 116cm 50-80
1397.   Full pile hand woven Persian Bakta carpet, traditional decoration, red ground, 320 x 210 cm 300-500
1398.   Vegetable dye wool Choli Kelim runner, 205 x 62cm 50-80
1399.   A red ground Afghan runner with geometric detail within repeating borders of unusual size, 380 long x 100 cm width 80-120
1400.   Saraband rug with traditional medallion decoration upon a navy blue ground, 145 x 110cm; together with a further similar prayer rug, 65 x 70cm (2) 50-80
1401.   A good quality Bokhara rug with three line geometric decoration upon a pink ground, 215 x 165cm 80-120
1402.   Kelim rug with bright colours upon a sky blue ground, 103 x 96 cm 40-60
1403.   Indian carpet with central floral red medallion, framed by scrolled foliage, upon a fawn ground, 350 x 280cm 50-80
1404.   Quashqai rug with three medallion decoration, with geometric design upon a red ground, 195 x 140cm 60-100
1405.   Meshwari runner, 250 x 64cm 50-80
1406.   Three antique Persian rugs to include a Bokhara, 200 x 110cm, a Quashqai, 110 x 90cm and a further Quashqai type runner, 260 x 90cm (3) 50-100
1407.   Belgian carpet with central blue and pink floral medallion upon a red ground, 310 x 210cm 60-100
1408.   Good quality full pile Heriz runner, with various colourful medallions upon a red ground, 325 x 110cm 150-200
1409.   Axminster 'Sharabian' carpet with intricate floral decoration and central blue medallion upon a red ground, 350 x 250cm 100-200
1410.   Maimana Kelim, 196 x 63cm 30-50
1411.   Maimana Kelim, 132 x 86 30-50
1412.   A colourful Kelim runner with geometric medallion pattern upon a dark ground, 300 x 70cm 80-120
1413.   Eastern wool full pile rug/runner with central floral medallion upon a Salmon ground, 160 x 90cm 40-60
1414.   Gazak rug, 130 x 122cm 50-80
1415.   Maimana Kelim, 91 x 64
1416.   Persian Tabriz runner, with three medallion decoration upon a red ground, 240 x 90cm 80-120
1417.   Chinese wool rug, with typical floral design upon a pink ground, 180 x 120cm 40-60
1418.   Chinese wool carpet with central medallion pattern and further floral sprays upon a pale ground, 280 x 180cm 50-80
1419.   Old Baluchi, 133 x 89cm 50-80
1420.   Maimana Kelim runner, 313 x 88cm 60-100
1421.   Good Turkish carpet, with colourful medallion decoration on a red ground, 290 x 185cm 60-100
1422.   Maimana Kelim, 200 x 100cm 50-80
1423.   Old needlework Sumak Kelim, 180 x 130cm 70-100
1424.   A full pile Persian rug with geometric diaper design and interesting panel with motifs, upon a cream ground, 215 x 190cm 80-120
1425.   Kashmir type rug, with geometric decoration upon an orange and indigo ground, 170 x 125cm 80-120
1426.   Kashmiri hand stitched wool chain, 200 x 147cm 90-120
1427.   Shiraz carpet with triple pole medallion decoration upon a red ground, 250 x 195cm 60-100
1428.   A good quality Persian wool carpet, the hexagonal blue medallion centre upon a red field with repeating geometric detail within further running borders, 230 x 170cm 150-200
1429.   Large Persian Hamadam village carpet with central medallion on a red ground, 350 x 250 cm 100-200
1430.   Turkish rug decorated with typical foliage upon a cream ground, 180 x 120 cm 20-40
1431.   An eastern wool rug with multi medallion centre within running borders (worn) together with four small carpet cushions (5) 40-50
1432.   Turkish full pile runner, decorated with various green medallions upon a red ground, 400 x 120cm; together with a further Turkish red ground rug (2) 50-80
1441.   Early 19th century oak longcase clock, the hood with reeded columns and swan necked pediment enclosing broken arch painted dial with floral spandrels, enclosing an eight day striking movement - D.Lloyd Price 100-150
1442.   A Georgian longcase clock enclosing a square brass dial with subsidiary secondary dial and eight day striking movement - John Calver of Woodbridge
1443.   A Regency period mahogany longcase clock, the door with lancet shaped outline flanked by reeded sides with conche shell inlay detail, the hood of arched outline with swan neck pediment enclosing a painted broken arch dial showing rural landscape - the four seasons, the rolling lunar phase with further landscape detail with eight day striking movement with three winding holes playing on two bells - with repeat T. Yates of Preston 250-300
1444.   An early 19th century continental long case clock, the pine case with original grained and detailed finish, enclosing a convex enamelled dial within an embossed brass framework, 230cm high 100-120
1445.   A Victorian walnut dropleaf Sutherland tea table raised on turned and scrolled supports supports 60-80
1446.   A Regency rosewood inverted breakfront chiffonier enclosed by four glazed panelled doors backed with hand worked Regency period trailing floral sprays on a watered silk background, with marble top, the raised back with mirror plate brass gallery border, 160 cm wide 150-200
1447.   An antique rustic scrubbed plank table raised on four square tapering supports and stretchers, 252 cm in length, 46 cm wide x 48 cm height 100-150
1448.   An oak bench or form, the seat raised on four square cut supports with exposed mortice joints, 205 cm length x 42 cm in height 80-100
1449.   An antique rustic work table of rectangular form, the heavy plank top raised on four splay supports, 150 cm length x 63 cm in width (the top 6 cm deep), overall 80 cm in height 200-250
1450.   A pair of 19th century oak benches or forms raised on splay supports, 270 cm length x 47 cm in height 200-250
1451.   A matched pair of dumb waiters in the form of footmen in brightly painted livery 100-120
1452.   Graduated pair of Victorian walnut drawing room chairs with carved and pierced scrolled detail with upholstered finish on cabriole supports, together with a Victorian drawing room/window seat, the carved and moulded showwood frame in walnut with floral and other detail, upholstered seat of kidney shape, the back of heart shape raised on cabriole supports (3)

1453.   A substantial Edwardian library/drawing room chair with scrolled back and arms, later upholstered finish 300-400
1454.   A pair of retro wing armchairs upholstered in a dark green leather with pink piping, scrolled arms, loose cushion 150-200
1455.   A six piece drawing room suite with carved walnut show wood frames with shell, floral and other moulded detail with upholstered seats and back panels raised on cabriole supports, comprising three seat sofa and armchair and four single chairs 300-400
1456.   A Regency period open shield back elbow chair, the wide seat within swept arms, pierced shield back with urn, fleur-de-lys and other detail raised on square taper legs with spade feet, graduated harebell detail, together with an elbow chair in the Georgian manner, inter laced splat, scrolled arms and reeded forelegs (2) 80-120
1457.   A Howard drawing room chair - late 20th century, back leg stamped Howard 2496 with further printed label to hessian base Howard Chairs Ltd, 30 Lyme Street, London, NW1 0EE raised on square taper supports, upholstered in off white linen material with repeating green spot detail complete with loose cushion 600-800
1458.   An Edwardian Bergere sofa in an 18th century manner with cane panelled back and sides, within lacquered and gilded chinoiserie framework, 170cm wide 100-120
1459.   Pair of 19th century French open armchairs,carved wood frames with acanthus geometric fluted and other detail with painted and distressed finish with upholstered seats and backs 200-300
1460.   A Victorian centre seat of rectangular form with central button division - to seat two, raised on six turned and fluted supports 140-160
1461.   A small Georgian oak hanging corner cupboard, the panelled door with crossbanded borders and star burst inlay within moulded framework and with painted interior 40-60
1462.   A substantial, good quality, oak free standing corner cupboard, enclosed by two pairs of panelled doors, fitted with four shelves, 245cm high x 140cm wide 150-200
1463.   A rectangular wall mirror with marble frame with classical gilt brass sconces and further detail, 84 cm x 54 cm 60-80
1464.   A Victorian parlour room sofa, the carved panel mahogany showwood frame with repeating geometric, floral and other detail raised on reeded supports and stretchers, upholstered seat and back panels, 170 cm 80-120
1465.   A substantial 18th century continental coffer in mixed woods, including walnut, with substantial steel lock plate, 145cm long 150-200
1466.   An 18th century oak coffer, the front elevation enclosing four panels, all with repeating geometric lozenge shape carved finish within moulded styles, 142 cm wide 60-80
1467.   A good quality button back library drawing room chair in pale tan coloured leather and raised on four claw and ball supports 250-300
1468.   A Georgian style wing chair with scrolled arms, raised on square cut supports with repeating geometric detail 100-150
1469.   A good 19th century farmhouse kitchen work table in scrubbed and waxed pine, the planked top with cleated ends raised on four square cut supports incorporating two frieze drawers, 230 x 104 cm 300-400
1470.   An 18th century oak six plank coffer/sword chest, the front elevation with simple cut detail, monogrammed CR, 1731 with a central heart shaped motif, 140 cm in length 80-100
1471.   A small late 19th century travelling chest by Yale & Towne of Stamford Conneticut USA, the canvas panels over with leather and ashwood staves and further decorative steel banded work, 63 cm wide 100-150
1472.   An unusual coffer in a mid tan coloured leather finish with rising lid the front elevation disguised as eight graduated drawers with gilt tulled detail, brass carrying handles, 100 cm wide x 75 cm height 250-300
1473.   A good quality Georgian style open armchair, the mahogany framework supporting a leather upholstered seat and back, partially buttoned in a mid tan colourway 200-250
1474.   A 19th century work table in pine enclosing two deep frieze drawers over an open base supporting a heavy white marble work surface, 170 in length x 69 cm height 200-250
1476.   A Regency style convex mirror, the 40 cm diameter plate within a traditional reeded slip and gilded frame with acanthus leaf and eagle surmount, 88 cm max
1477.   A Regency period convex mirror, 29 cm mirror within a reeded slip and moulded frame supporting two candle scones, acanthus and eagle surmount, 82 cm max 200-250
1478.   A set of six late Regency mahogany dining chairs, with carved and scrolled splats, cresting rails and drop in seats on fluted supports 150-200
1479.   A set of six (4&2) 19th century mahogany dining chairs the carved splats with harebell and anthemion detail with moulded outline raised on swept and moulded supports, the dished seats with pale hide upholstery 200-300
1480.   Two Victorian oak kneeling stands, with simple shaped outline (ex-Minchinhampton parish church) 40-60
1481.   A simple oak prayer rail (ex-Minchinhampton parish church) 180cm long 30-40
1482.   A substantial Victorian oak prayer or communion rail, the moulded top supported on turned spindles with platform base (ex-Minchinhampton parish church) 3m 20cm approx in length 60-80
1483.   A small table top display cabinet with glazed sides and top, rising front over two frieze drawers, 58 cm wide 80-120
1484.   An 18th century oak side cupboard set beneath a panelled framework with carved frieze, 98cm wide x 127cm high 80-100
1485.   A substantial early 19th century continental coffer of tapering form beneath a domed lid with ironwork handles and set on timber wheels, 125 cm wide 150-200
1486.   An old English style oak refectory table with a heavy plank top and cleated ends raised on four carved baluster shaped supports united by a central stretcher, 150 cm in length x 68 cm wide to seat six 100-120
1487.   A carved hardwood figure of a young boy sitting astride a dolphin 46 cm high 80-100
1488.   Victorian mahogany cylindrical washstand with moulded detail with inset marble top 140-160
1489.   A pair of 19th century Dutch marquetry side chairs with repeating detail raised on sabre supports with upholstered seats 250-300
1490.   A good quality Georgian mahogany bow fronted side table fitted with an arrangement of drawers around a central kneehole raised on turned and tapering supports, embossed brass handles, string inlaid detail, etc, 108 cm wide 100-150
1491.   A 19th century mahogany waterfall bookcase fitted with six adjustable shelves and raised on short bracket supports, 85 cm 60-80
1492.   A pair of nautical chairs from R M S Sylvania launched 1957 the last Cunard liner built specifically for transatlantic crossing, the chairs in a Georgian style with cameo backs and open arms raised on pad forelegs with upholstered seats and backs, (see additional images of the chairs in situ at the first class restaurant advertising brochure) 300-350
1493.   An Orkney chair of traditional form, the pine framework supporting high curved back in knotted straw work 200-300
1494.   Late 17th century/early 18th century walnut chest of four long graduated drawers (disguised as eight short) with applied geometric mouldings and raised on square cut styles -elm lined, 106 cm wide 300-400
1495.   Good quality late Victorian mahogany cabinet of drawers, side by side arrangement of twenty eight drawers with brass fittings enclosed by a central locking system (of Wellington chest form) raised on a chamfered plinth, 126 cm x 155 cm height 600-800
1496.   Small good quality Georgian style walnut and figured walnut chest fitted with an arrangement of six long and two short graduated drawers with central brush slide, the drawers crossbanded with further herringbone inlaid detail, brass fittings set within reeded and canted corners raised on bracket supports 82 cm wide x 176 cm height 500-600
1497.   An oak centre table of rectangular form with moulded detail, a table top cabinet enclosed by a pair of glazed panelled doors and a mahogany tray with pie crust border and brass handles (3) 40-60
1498.   A small Victorian mahogany pedestal writing desk with inset top over an arrangement of nine drawers set on a plinth base, 120 cm wide 120-150
1499.   19th century walnut open armchair of Carolean style, scrolled arms, turned supports and rails, seat and back panel supporting the gross petite point Elizabethan style setting 200-250
1500.   A Georgian mahogany linen press, the lower section of two long and two short drawers, the upper section enclosed by two panelled doors beneath a dentil frieze set on bracket supports, 172 cm wide 60-80
1501.   An old English oak side table raised on four tapering gun barrel supports enclosing two frieze drawers, 79 cm wide 100-120
1502.   A good quality inlaid Edwardian mahogany occasional table, the circular top with repeating floral detail and central cartouche raised on four square taper legs with splay feet and under gallery, 52 cm diameter 80-100
1503.   A mid 19th century mixed wood occasional table, the octagonal top 52 cm diameter with alternating birds eye maple and mahogany veneers raised on octagonal column and tricorn platform base 120-160
1504.   A Georgian mahogany Pembroke breakfast table with drop leaves, single frieze drawer, raised on a vase shaped pillar and reeded quadruped base 40-60
1505.   A Regency mahogany four tier waterfall wall mounted bookcase with vase shaped fluted column supports set beneath scrolled pediment, 120 cm wide 150-200
1506.   A Jacobean style oak dresser/side table enclosed by three frieze drawers with applied geometric mouldings set on turned forelegs, 180 cm wide 150-200
1507.   A Regency rosewood pole screen, the turned column set on a tricorn platform base with scrolled supports enclosing an adjustable panel 40-60
1508.   A Regency mahogany library chair with scrolled back and arms on fluted supports 120-150
1509.   A set of four mid Victorian rosewood dining chairs with carved and pierced splats, upholstered seats on turned supports 60-80
1510.   An early 19th century fruitwood dining table the heavy plank top raised on four square taper supports enclosing two frieze drawers to seat six to eight, 190 x 83 cm 300-400
1511.   A matched set of six Georgian ashwood cottage dining chairs with turned and spindle mouldings, solid seats on turned supports and rails, all with matching loose cushions 60-80
1512.   A 19th century elm farmhouse kitchen table, the plank top raised on four turned tapering bobbin supports together with a matching pair of elm benches/forms raised on shaped supports, 200 cm x 93 cm to seat six/eight 250-350
1513.   A Georgian oak bureau of two long and two short drawers, the fall flap enclosing a fitted interior of drawers and pigeon holes and raised on bracket supports 40-60
1514.   A Victorian satin walnut writing desk with five frieze drawers raised on fluted supports, 122 cm wide 100-120
1515.   A Chinese travelling box with red lacquered finish, cast brass plate with inscriptions, 76 cm wide 40-60
1516.   Good quality Victorian breakfront triple wardrobe, the central mirror panelled door enclosing a tower of four enclosed drawers, four open slides, flanked by further hanging cupboards with lined interiors with reeded column supports, 130 cm wide 200-300
1517.   An Edwardian mahogany vitrine of oval form with plate glass top raised on four square taper supports with satin wood and further box wood string inlay detail, 72 cm max 200-250
1518.   A 19th century mahogany sofa table with cross banded detail and flame veneers fitted with two frieze drawers raised on shaped supports with brass caps and castors 100-150
1519.   Good quality Georgian mahogany sideboard, the two central doors flanked by a further cupboard and lead lined cellarette raised on six square taper legs with spade feet with satinwood crossbanding, further chequered and boxwood string inlaid detail, brass plate handle and brass rail back, 188 cm wide 200-300
1520.   A pair of decorative wall mounted columns, mirror backed supporting three demi-lune shelves beneath a broken architectural pediment with reeded and gilded highlight decoration, 160 cm in length x 41 cm in width
1521.   A remarkable Victorian carved oak pedestal sideboard with inverted breakfront form set beneath large arched mirror, the framework fully carved with hanging game, fowl amongst foliage, boars heads, dolphins, mythical creatures, etc, 260 cm wide 300-500
1522.   A low occasional table, the circular top with painted chinoiserie and peony detail beneath a glass mount, 91 cm diameter raised on a carved and painted base with cherub head, scrolled detail, 50 cm high 150-180
1523.   A Victorian oak window seat of rectangular form on bobbin supports, 107 cm length 40-60
1524.   A 19th century continental pine cupboard enclosed by two panelled doors and two frieze drawers with overall painted detail in a naive manner showing Dutch windmills, child riding upon a lobster, storks at their nest, a kitten playing with a spider, a frieze of cats, a further frieze of dogs, an owl holding an umbrella, cooking on a stove and other whimsical scenarios 90 cm wide x 150 cm in height 80-120
1525.   18th century joint stool of gun barrel shaped supports 60-80
1526.   An antique bronze cauldron, with loop handles, 30cm diameter 150-200
1527.   An old English oak buffet, the lower section enclosed by two doors with repeating carved floral and geometric detail, with raised back and column supports, 130cm wide 60-80
1528.   A good quality 19th century Indian ebonised hardwood elbow chair with drop in seat, profusely carved frame with repeating floral trails, with turned spindle back, carved lower rails and upholstered seat 100-150
1529.   A Regency mahogany bow fronted chest of three long and two short drawers with caddy top and raised on swept supports, with cast brass fittings, crossbanded borders and further ebony string inlay, 108 cm wide 100-120
1530.   A set of four Regency cottage dining chairs with original painted gilt lined detail with vase shaped splats, cane work seats, turned supports and rails 60-80
1531.   A Georgian mahogany cupboard enclosed by a frieze drawer and a pair of panelled doors raised on bracket supports, the interior shelved and enclosing a cellarette, 100 cm wide 80-120
1532.   A Georgian oak low boy fitted with three drawers raised on square cut supports with shaped feet, 85 cm wide 120-150
1533.   Early 19th century oak country made chest of three long drawers on bracket supports, 94 cm wide 40-60
1534.   A substantial Edwardian mahogany triple wardrobe, the central section of bow-fronted outline, fitted with an arrangement of four drawers and a central cupboard, fitted with shelves, flanked by two mirror panelled doors of full height, beneath a dentil frieze stamped - Philips of Bristol, 210cm wide 60-80
1535.   A small Regency mahogany waterfall bookcase fitted with three shelves of graduated depth, two simple doors on turned supports, overall small proportions, 63 cm wide x 94 cm high x 23 cm depth 100-120
1536.   A good quality Victorian rosewood bookcase, enclosed by two astragal glazed panelled doors, within reeded columns, set beneath a dentil frieze, enclosing three adjustable shelves, 90cm wide 200-250
1537.   A Chinese dressing table, the central rising cover enclosing a bevelled edge mirror plate flanked by two fold over top sections, the front elevation enclosed by three frieze drawers around a carved arch, the lower section united by a lattice work frame, 69 cm wide 150-200
1538.   A small Georgian mahogany chest of four long graduated drawers with brass plate handles and escutcheon's on bracket supports, 87 cm in width x 78 cm height 150-200
1539.   A substantial early 19th century mahogany dressing mirror, the box base of convex form enclosing a frieze drawer, the turned and tapering columns supporting rectangular mirror plate and push moulded frame, set beneath an architectural pediment, 135 cm in height x 75 cm in width 200-250
1540.   A mid 20th century occasional table, the rectangular marble top raised on a brass framework with square taper and fluted supports, 101 cm max x 49 cm in height 60-80
1541.   An Edwardian mahogany fold over top card table of serpentine form in a Georgian manner raised on square taper and moulded supports, 92 cm wide 40-60
1542.   A good quality Victorian mahogany pedestal desk fitted with an arrangement of nine drawers, each pedestal with central locking system, the top with adjustable reading slope and inlaid with three green leather gilt tulled panels, 110 cm wide 200-250
1543.   A Victorian oak hall table of narrow rectangular form with heavily carved detail, including mask, acanthus and other works, set beneath a raised back incorporating a side drawer, 120cm long 150-200
1544.   A Regency mahogany side table, with three quarter gallery, over an arrangement of five drawers and central arched raised on wrythen fluted supports, with brass lion mask and ring handles, stamped M & A Khan, Fine Art Dealers, 21 & 28 Clare Street Dublin, 125cm wide 80-100
1545.   Georgian oak snap top table, the circular top raised on a turned pillar and tripod base
1546.   Late 17th century oak coffer, with repeating carved detail, 121cm wide 150-200
1547.   18th century oak coffer, the panelled top with cleated ends, the front elevation enclosed by raised panel and single drawer with steel work panels, fluted supports and corners, 126 cm 100-150
1548.   An 18th century walnut writing bureau, the front elevation enclosed by two long and two short drawers, the fall flap enclosing a fitted interior of drawers, pigeon holes and central cupboard, with crossbanded and chevron banded detail 150-200
1549.   A Georgian mahogany state office cabinet the lower section enclosed by two panelled doors fitted with two shelves, the upper section enclosed by two panelled doors, fully fitted with a comprehensive collection of drawers of graduated form totalling 35 in number and in oak, four divisional folio division and six further pigeon holes set beneath a decorative frieze, 104 cm wide 300-500
1550.   A set of six Edwardian mahogany dining chairs in the Georgian manner with carved and pierced interlaced splats set beneath shaped cresting rails and raised on shaped supports and claw and ball supports with drop in seats 150-200
1551.   An early Victorian rosewood loo table, the top of oval form with carved and repeating floral borders raised on complicated basket work frame of C scroll form, 150 cm max 200-250
1552.   An early oak panel with repeating perpendicular and geometric repeating panels with gothic influence probably a cupboard door, 65 x 53 cm 100-150
1553.   A large Georgian mahogany snap top table, the circular top 110 cm diameter raised on a vase shaped pillar and well shaped tripod base 100-150
1554.   A late Regency mahogany breakfast table, the rectangular top raised on a rectangular vase shaped platform with lions paw feet and additional beaded detail to seat four, 117 cm 100-150
1555.   A Victorian mahogany pedestal writing desk fitted with nine frieze drawers with inset top, 140 cm wide 150-200
1556.   Carys Improved Celestial Globe made and sold by J Cary, 181 The Strand, March 1790, the globe 56 cm in diameter raised on mahogany frame with fluted column and tripod base incorporating a compass 2000-2500
1557.   A substantial gilded wall mirror in the Regency style, the circular bevelled edge mirror plate within a moulded framework with applied ball detail, with additional scroll work detail, surmounted by an eagle, 137 cm max 250-300
1558.   A Georgian style oval gilt framed wall mirror with bevelled edge plate and moulded outline, with raised dragon and urn detail, 82cm wide x 78cm full height 80-120
1559.   A 19th century three piece salon suite comprising a two seat sofa with oval cameo shaped back and with two matching armchairs, all with gilded showwood frames and carved detail enclosing the original petit point tapestry panels on a floral theme 300-500
1560.   A late 19th century French folio/sheet music cabinet, the front elevation enclosed by a panelled door with painted detail showing female musician and companion in parkland setting, the framework with reeded corners and applied gilt brass detail, the top with gallery borders, 50 cm wide 120-150
1561.   A small Georgian mahogany ladies sewing table fitted with two real and two dummy drawers on turned supports, 55 cm max 60-80
1562.   A pair of side tables of rectangular form with rounded borders, the polished mahogany tops raised on a painted framework with reeded and tapering supports, 125 cm in length x 35 cm in depth 200-250
1563.   A large 19th century gilt frame overmantle mirror, the large rectangular plate set within a split cluster moulded frame with applied foliate detail, 163cm wide x 105cm high 200-300
1564.   A Regency three pane overmantle mirror with bevelled edge plate, beneath a classical frieze showing a procession of characters, lions, angels, etc, 140 cm x 88 cm 80-120
1565.   A Victorian oak open bookcase with pegged frame and segmented shelves beneath a carved frieze (will flat pack for ease of removal) approx 7ft wide x 7ft high 60-80