Antique Sale
on Wednesday 13th December 2017

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1.      A silver and enamelled butterfly brooch, the outstretched wings enamelled in pink and with enamelled green body. 20-30
2.      A gents 9ct gold, wide buckle ring, set with two small diamonds, size Y+, 8g approx. 50-80
3.      A 9ct gold wishbone ring, set with polished hematite stones (one missing), size L; and another 9ct gold, polished hematite cluster ring, size O+ (2). 30-40
4.      A small 9ct gold ring, the central cross-over section set with two tiny diamonds, size M; and another 9ct gold ring set with five oval dark quartz stones, separated by tiny diamonds, size O+ (2). 30-40
5.      A 9K gold ring, set with a cabochon amber coloured stone, size O; and another 9ct white and yellow gold band ring with central pierced Celtic knot design, size X+ (2). 50-80
6.      A 9ct gold St Christopher pendant piece, 6.7g approx., and a gilt metal chain with a gold metal miniature whistle attached. 40-60
7.      An 18ct gold five stone graduated diamond ring (A/F), size M; and another 18ct gold diamond solitaire ring, triangular and flower head impressed shoulders, size M (2). 70-90
7A.     A pair of 9ct rose gold cufflinks engraved with initials, 4.3g 30-40
8.      A wide 9ct gold band ring, size S+, 7g approx.; and another 9ct gold band ring set with tiny diamonds, the ring with deeply engraved stylised line and arrow decoration, size O, 5g approx. 80-100
9.      A 9ct gold mounted shell cameo brooch, the shell cameo carved with the head of a lady with elaborate hair style, the rose gold mount with engraved decoration; and another smaller shell cameo brooch, carved as a young lady and set in an .800 silver gilt mount (2). 40-60
10.     A 9ct gold, articulated fish pendant on a 9ct gold belcher link chain, 13.8g approx. 80-100
11.     A 9ct gold brooch in the form of a dragonfly with pierced filigree type wings, the eyes inset with cabochon garnets, 7.2g approx. 50-80
12.     An early 20th century sapphire set bracelet, the unmarked gold metal bracelet set with a central convex panel set with a blue sapphire and with three white sapphires to either side. 60-80
13.     A 9ct gold bar brooch of propeller form set with a pink glass stone; an unmarked gold metal bar brooch in the form of two seed pearl set swallows; three 9ct gold pairs of pierced earrings, and a gilt metal pair. 40-60
14.     A 22ct gold wedding band, 4.5g 80-100
15.     A 22ct gold wedding band, 7.6g 120-130
16.     A George V sovereign 1912 in openwork textured 9ct gold ring mount 15.5g 200-220
17.     A Krugerrand 1978 650-700
18.     A Elizabeth II half sovereign 1982 in openwork 9ct gold ring mount, total weight 8.9g 100-150
19.     A Victorian 9ct rose gold oval cameo brooch, the shell well carved with head of Flora, the shell measures 4.5cms x 4cms approx 100-150
20.     A Mappin & Bros mahogany glass topped counter top display box containing a selection of jewellery including turquoise beads, coral necklace, c.1970's plastic bead necklace; a silver salt and other items, size of box 41.5cms x 31.5cms x 7cms deep 60-80
21.     A 9ct gold small charm bracelet with attached dolphin, heart and star charms; a 9ct gold bracelet; a 9ct gold small medallion ring, size K; and a gold metal box link bracelet; total weight 5.3g approx. 25-40
22.     A 22ct gold wedding band, size P, 5g approx. 110-130
23.     A 9ct gold dress ring of cross-over style, set with a central cultured pearl, and with a tiny diamond either side, size P; and another 9ct gold ring, set with central cabochon opal with garnet to either side, size R (2). 50-60
24.     An 18ct gold illusion set solitaire diamond ring, openwork setting, size N. 40-50
25.     A 9ct white gold dress ring of flower head form, set with a central illusion set diamond with a surround of sapphires, size O. 40-60
26.     A 14ct gold band ring, with stylised star decoration, size R+, 4.3g approx. 50-60
27.     A 9ct gold, oval panel signet ring, engraved decoration and set with tiny diamond, size R; and a thin 9ct gold twist design ring, size P+, total weight 2.8g approx. (2). 30-40
28.     A 9ct gold dress ring, set with three blue topaz stones and spaced with clear stones, size N+ (A/F); and another gold ring, unmarked, the central panel set with illusion set antique cut diamonds (A/F) (2). 40-60
29.     An 18ct white gold large size ring, set with three panels of four square cut diamonds, size W. 350-500
30.     An 18ct yellow gold three stone diamond ring, each diamond just under 1/2 carat approx., size V. 700-1000
31.     A quantity of assorted silver/silver gilt rings, marcasite, garnets, opal and clear quartz set, silver ingot pendant etc. 3.7ozt approx. including stones. 50-70
32.     A silver and enamel brooch; a silver Norwegian "Viking" brooch; pair of bloodstone cabochons and other items 30-40
33.     A Victorian openwork gold bar brooch centrally set with a square cut pint stone and seed pearls together with a cut and unmounted purple stone 20-40
34.     Edward VII half sovereign 1909 90-100
35.     George V half sovereign 1912 90-100
36.     George V half sovereign 1912 90-100
37.     A 9ct gold dress ring, set with five oval faceted mauve glass stones, size R. 20-30
38.     An 18ct gold dress ring set with a central blue sapphire with a surround of ten diamonds, openwork mount with raised shoulders, size O. 100-200
39.     A single strand of freshwater pearls with white metal clasp set with three small diamonds. 30-40
40.     A five strand, garnet bead choker necklace, with a large yellow metal clasp set with a cluster of assorted old cut diamonds, set in white metal; possibly from an early 19th century brooch/corsage. 220-300
41.     A wide 9ct gold wedding band with engraved foliate decoration, 8.9g together with a solitaire diamond ring (2) 60-80
42.     Two Victorian silver Apostle spoons each with figural terminal and with decorative stems, London 1881/2 , 1.6oz 15-25
43.     A rectangular silver cigarette box with presentation inscription to the lid, Sheffield 1937, 20cms wide 40-60
44.     A mixed group of silver coffee spoons, four with golf club terminals, total weight 4ozt together with a silver plate coffee spoon and a plated kernel pick 20-30
45.     A Victorian silver goblet with engraved decoration, on slender knopped stem and circular slightly domed foot, London 1870, 19cms high 6.46ozt 30-50
46.     An Edwardian silver cigarette box having hinged domed cover, Birmingham 1909, 5.5cms high 30-40
47.     A Victorian silver bon bon dish of navette shape with openwork swing handle, the edge with engraved scrolling foliate decoration and with vacant circular foliate edged cartouche to each side, London 1887, maker RFHE, 14.5cms wide, 5.66ozt 70-100
48.     A circular silver trinket box, the hinged cover with lined detail and with shaped edge, velvet lined interior and on three short fleur de lis type supports, Birmingham 1923, 6.75cms diam 25-40
49.     A George III silver cream jug of shaped rectangular form with gadroon edge, ribbed body and on four ball supports, London 1809, 4.4ozt 30-50
50.     A late 19th Century Indian silver cigarette case of rectangular form with heavily embossed decoration of flowerheads and scrolling foliage, not marked but tests as silver, 8cms long, 2.1ozt 20-30
51.     A Victorian silver snuff box having scrolling foliate engraved decoration, the hinged lid engraved with initials "CM", with gilt lined interior, Birmingham 1887, maker E S Barnsley & Co, 4.25cms x 3cms 30-50
52.     A small Victorian silver snuff box of navette shape, the hinged lid embossed with angel masks, Birmingham 1899, 6.5cms long 30-50
53.     A Victorian silver caddy spoon with shell and scroll decoration to the handle and engraved rampant lion crest to the bowl and handle, London 1839, makers mark rubbed, 0.8ozt 50-70
54.     A pair of George III silver decanter labels by Peter and Ann Bateman, each of crescent shape and engraved "Rum" and "Brandy", London 1795, each 4cms wide max, total weight 0.6ozt (2) 80-120
55.     A George III silver snuff box of shaped rectangular form with close fitting hinged cover, Birmingham 1813, maker possibly William Pugh together with a silver metal jambiya brooch and a decorative white metal thimble (3) 40-60
56.     A 19th Century oval tortoiseshell, horn and silver snuff box the top with inset miniature portrait of a young woman in 18th Century style, the base of the box embossed with dramatic classical scene, 7.75cms wide 30-50
57.     A pair of George V silver salts of navette shape with simple rope decoration, with blue glass liners, Sheffield 1917, 7cms wide 20-40
58.     A Victorian silver mustard with hinged cover, lacks blue glass liner, Chester 1897 together with four small silver pepperettes, and a single salt spoon various dates (5) 50-70
59.     A Victorian sifter spoon with apostle terminal, twisted shaft and pierced and embossed bowl, London 1882; a George III fiddle pattern sifter spoon London 1816 together with four other spoons/ladle (6) total weight 5.14ozt 40-60
60.     A George III silver sugar tongs Exeter 1811 together with another similar London 1834 (2) total weight 2.9ozt 20-30
61.     Seven assorted silver salt and mustard spoons together with a pair of Victorian sugar tongs with engraved fern frond decoration, total weight 2.8ozt 20-30
62.     A quantity of assorted silver mainly Old English pattern spoons - teaspoons and dessert spoons, various dates and makers from early 19th - late 19th Century, total weight 11.8ozt 60-80
63.     A set of four silver fiddle pattern teaspoons Exeter 1838 maker Josiah Williams & Co, total weight 2.4oz 15-25
64.     A quantity of assorted silver fiddle pattern spoons - 8 dessert spoons and 7 teaspoons, various dates and makers, mainly early - later 19th Century, total weight 15.7oz 80-90
65.     A William IV silver serving spoon and fork London 1830; a George III silver old English pattern sauce ladle London 1800 together with other silver items a plated spoon and butter knife, total weight of silver 10.4ozt 80-100
66.     A George IV silver cruet stand of rectangular form having gadroon edging, foliate corners and semi fluted body on four foliate, flower head and paw supports, with central cast handle and containing eight matching cut glass bottles some with silver tops, London 1825, maker IJK, weight including wood base 27.7ozt
67.     A pair of Victorian silver fiddle pattern table spoons, each engraved "1871" and with initials, London 1871, 5.1ozt 30-40
68.     A decorative shaped rectangular silver pin tray heavily embossed with doves, scrolling foliage, mask and central vacant cartouche, 21cms wide, un marked but tests as silver, 2.46ozt 20-30
69.     A miniature silver four division toast rack on shaped rectangular base, Birmingham 1910, maker John Grinsell & Sons, 8cms wide 30-40
70.     A Victorian silver cigar case, shaped to contain three cigars, and with engraved foliate decoration and vacant cartouche, Birmingham 1898, 3.5ozt 120-140
71.     An Edwardian Irish silver funnel with rounded bowl and short narrow stem, Dublin 1909, 7cms long 0.7ozt 50-70
72.     A miniature George V silver quaiche, having card cut rim and set with handles cast with National Rifle Association emblems, London 1911, width including handles 8.25cms 40-60
73.     A pair of small oval silver photo frames, 8cms high (modern) together with a miniature modern frame (3) 20-40
74.     A silver plated table cigar lighter in the form of an Aladdins lamp with coiled handle, by Mappin & Webb, 8cms high max 20-30
75.     A George V silver purse with engraved decoration, finger suspension and chain, with brown leather fitted interior, Birmingham 1916, 2.69ozt 30-50
76.     A ladies 9ct gold "Omega" wristwatch, late 1980s, battery powered, the squared matt gold dial with baton numerals, with integral bark effect strap, 32g approx. without movement; cased and with instructions/guarantee. 200-280
77.     A ladies 9ct gold cased "Oriosa" wristwatch, on a flexible gilt metal strap, the white circular dial with gilt Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial. 20-25
78.     A gents Rotary automatic wristwatch with jewelled movement, polished steel dial with sweep seconds and day/date aperture on steel bracelet 20-40
79.     A Gents Favre-Leuba Congress wristwatch with square silvered metal dial and baton numerals, on black leather strap; a Gents Henri Sadoz et Fils wristwatch having gold metal baton numerals and on black leather strap and a Breitling Wakmann stopwatch in box (3)
80.     A Waltham keyless open face pocket watch having white enamel dial with subsidiary seconds in gold plated case and together with an Omega keyless open face pocket watch the white enamel dial inscribed "Ham & Huddy Liskeard" and with subsidiary seconds, in white metal case (2) 30-50
81.     A Waltham silver hunting cased fob watch with white enamel dial and subsidiary seconds dial; a Swiss silver casesd open face fob watch and a travelling 8 day watch in case (3) 40-50
82.     A keywound open faced pocket watch by Jn Irvine, London numbered AD 1816, having white enamel dial, dust cover engraved with makers name and number, movement with engraved decoration to the backplate, makers name and number, plain balance wheel, verge escapement, diamond endstone, chain fusee, cylindrical pillars and in silver plated case, 46mm diam 70-90
83.     A George III keywound pair cased pocket watch by Wm Johnson, London no.2476, the backplate with engraved decoration and makers name and number, decorative pierced and engraved cock, plain balance wheel, verge escapement, with chain fusee, cylindrical pillars and in silver case Hallmarked London 1814, dial 46mm diam 30-40
84.     A George III keywound openfaced pocket watch by Chas Kirby, London no.21527 having white enamel dial, engraved back plate with makers name and number, pierced and engraved cock worked with urn and flower heads, plain balance wheel, verge escapement with chain fusee cylindrical pillars and in silver plated case, dial 45mm diam 20-30
85.     An early 19th Century open face keywound pocket watch by Feddiman (?) Canterbury no. 7591 having white enamel dial, plain balance wheel with verge escapement, chain fusee, cylindrical pillars and decoratively backplate with makers name and number, pierced and engraved cock and in silver plated case with corresponding number to the movement, 43mm diam 40-60
86.     An early 19th Century hunting cased open face keywound pocket watch by Richard Cole, Ipswich no.4270, having white enamel dial, decoratively engraved backplate with makers name and number, plain balance, verge escapement, chain fusee, pierced and engraved cock with eagle, diamond endstone, cylindrical pillars and in silver case hallmarked London 1817, dial 45mm diam 60-80
87.     An early 19th Century pair cased pocket watch by W Hiles, Stroud No.1989 having white enamel dial, decoratively engraved backplate with makers name and number, foliate pierced and engraved cock, plain balance wheel, verge escapement with chain fusee, cylindrical pillars and in silver case hallmarked London 1822, the outer case with matching hallmarks, dial 46mm 60-80
88.     A George III pair cased pocket watch by Bowtell, London no. 2382, having white enamel dial, decoratively engraved backplate with makers name and number, pierced and engraved cock, verge escapement with chain fusee, cylindrical pillar and in silver case hallmarked London 1790, the outer case similarly hallmarked and with paper clockmakers paper for W Maggs, Axbridge, dial 42mm diam 70-100
89.     An early 19th Century open face keywound pocket watch, un named, numbered 241, having white enamel dial, decoratively engraved backplate with pierced and engraved cock, verge escapement with fusee, cylindrical pillars and in silver plated case, dial 47mm diam and together with a later silver cased open face pocket watch the white enamel dial inscribed "Pleasance & Harper Bristol" hallmark Birmingham 1905 (2) 50-70
90.     An early 19th Century open face keywound pocket watch by Robert Beare, Hertford having white enamel dial, engraved backplate with makers name and engraved "green man" mask, verge escapement with fusee, cylindrical pillars and in silver plated case, dial 40mm diam 30-50
91.     An early 19th Century open face pocket watch by Michael Hurst, London no.5849, having white enamel dial, the backplate engraved with makers name and number, pierced and engraved cock with mask and foliate detail, verge escapement with fusee, cylindrical pillars and in silver plated case numbered as per the movement, dial 43mm diam 30-40
92.     An early 19th Century open face keywound pocket watch by W Watts, London no. 1759 having white enamel dial, decoratively engraved backplate with makers name and number, pierced and engraved cock with scrolling foliage detail, verge escapement with fusee, four shaped square section pillars and in silver plated case, dial 47mm diam 60-80
93.     An early 19th Century open face keywound pocket watch by Christopher Watson, York no.3739, having cream enamel dial, engraved detail to the backplate with makers name and number, diamond end stone, verge escapement with fusee, cylindrical pillars, dust cover and in silver plated case the inside with gilt plating, dial 46mm diam 70-80
94.     A 19th Century open face keywound pocket watch having cream enamel dial with subsidiary seconds dial, pierced and engraved cock with mask and scrolling detail, verge escapement with fusee, cylindrical pillars, dust cover and in silver plated case, dial 48mm diam 30-40
95.     A William IV open face keywound pair cased pocket watch no.9848 having white enamel dial, pierced and engraved cock with mask, floral and scrolling foliate detail, verge escapement with fusee, turned cylindrical pillars and in silver case hall mark London 1831, the outer case with matching marks, dial 48mm diam 60-80
96.     An Edwardian open face keywound pocket watch named John Forrest London, Chronometer Maker to the Admiralty, having white enamel dial inscribed "John Forrest London" with subsidiary seconds dial, dust cover engraved with makers name and number 27048, backplate engraved with makers name and details and having lever escapement with compensated balance wheel and fusee, in silver case hall mark Chester 1901, dial 52mm diam 50-70
97.     An early Victorian pair cased keywound pocket watch no.7324 having white enamel dial, verge escapement with fusee, dust cover, hallmarked London 1837 with silver outer case having matching hallmark, dial 47mm diam 50-70
98.     An early 19th Century open face keywound pocket watch by Lormier & Edwards Shoreditch no. 1461, having white enamel dial, decoratively engraved backplate with makers name and number and with engraved and openwork cock with squirrel eating a nut detail, verge escapement with fusee, cylindrical pillars, and in silver plated case, dial 49mm diam 50-70
99.     An early 19th Century keywound open face pocket watch by J Rushford London no.1147 having white enamel dial, decoratively engraved backplate with makers name and number, the cock pierced and engraved with basket of flowers detail, verge escapement, fusee, cylindrical pillars and in silver plated case, dial 47mm diam 50-80
100.    An early 19th Century open face keywound pocket watch by Jas Gorham Kensington, Watch Maker to the Royal Family no.871, having white enamel dial, backplate engraved with makers name and number, pierced and engraved cock with Green Man type mask and scrolling foliate detail, diamond endstone, verge escapement, fusee, cylindrical pillars, in gilt lined silver plated case, dial 44mm diam 70-100
101.    A 19th Century keywound open face pocket watch by Chaudoir having white enamel dial inscribed "Chaudoir" the backplate similarly inscribed, with openwork cast cock, verge with fusee, with waisted square section pillars, dial 38mm diam 25-35
102.    A 19th Century keywound pair cased pocket watch by R Manners, London no.1860, having white enamel dial, decoratively engraved backplate with engraved and pierced cock with flower head detail, verge escapement with fusee, cylindrical pillars, the back of the inner case engraved "A Token of Respect from PP to AP" and in silver plated case and outer case, dial 37mm diam 20-40
103.    An early 19th Century keywound open face pocket watch by Petr Shenston London no.39, having white enamel dial, decorative engraved and pierced detail to backplate and engraved with makers name and number, pierced and engraved cock with dragon mask and scrolling foliate detail, brass endstone, verge escapement with fusee, square baluster pillars and in silver plated case, dial 45mm diam 70-90
104.    an early 19th Century keywound open face pocket watch by Wm Clarke, Dublin no.1770, having cream enamel dial with subsidiary seconds, decoratively engraved backplate with makers name and number and pierced and engraved cock with mask, urn and scrolling foliate detail, verge escapement with fusee, cylindrical pillars and in silver plated case also numbered as the movement, dial 47mm diam 60-70
105.    A 19th Century pair case keywound pocket watch no.1063 having white enamel dial pierced and engraved cock with mask, flower head and scrolling foliate detail, verge escapement with fusee, cylindrical pillars and in silver case HM London 1837 the outer case similarly marked, dial 46mm diam 40-60
106.    An early 19th Century pair case keywound pocket watch by Jas Rouse London no.7080 having white enamel dial, backplate engraved with makers name and number, pierced and engraved cock with coiled serpent (dolphin?) and scrolling foliate detail, verge escapement with fusee, cylindrical pillars, in silver case HM London 1814, the outer case HM London 1836, dial 48mm diam 60-70
107.    A Victorian cranberry glass and silver metal horn shaped scent bottle, the glass body with cut decoration and with hinged, cork lined cover embossed with flowers and foliage, original metal chain and finger suspension loop, 7cms long 90-150
108.    A silver pepper grinder for the Queens Silver Jubilee 1977 maker JAC, in original box, 10cms high 40-60
109.    A novelty Victorian snuff/vesta constructed from a polished mussel shell and decorative silver metal mount and lid, the hinged lid engraved "TS" and with scrolling foliage and bluebird, with roughened striking band to one side, 7.3cms wide 70-90
110.    A 19th Century portrait miniature on ivory panel of a woman, unframed, 10.5cms x 8.5cms together with a portrait miniature inscribed verso Adelaide de Bourbon, signed Derval and in decorative brass frame (2) 20-40
111.    An early 20th Century porcelain plaque icon painted with the Virgin Mary within brass case having hinged brass doors to the front, 14cms high max 30-50
112.    A miniature 19th Century silver cup and saucer, probably German, with embossed floral decoration, height of cup 2.25cms 20-40
113.    A Dutch miniature silver figure of a man seated on the floor re-seating a chair, indistinct marks to the base, 5.5cms wide 50-70
114.    A novelty miniature silver diorama of an 18th Century style butchers shop with butcher cutting meat, carcass hanging on ladder rack and two small children in the foreground, unmarked but tests as silver, 5cms high 60-80
115.    A Dutch novelty miniature silver diorama of a horse race with pole jump, marked .833 silver, 5.5cms wide 40-60
116.    A Continental miniature silver figure of two figures in a decorative horse drawn carriage having turning wheels and twisted silver driving reins, un marked, 6.5cms long 60-80
117.    A Continental miniature silver goblet the bowl engraved with fleur de lis decoration, on decorative open work pedestal and domed circular foot, 5.5cms high 40-60
118.    A Dutch miniature silver model of a man in a small boat with oars and a fish, 5cms long 40-50
119.    A modern sterling silver miniature model of a Chinese sailing vessel with single sail, 12.5cms high, in box 30-40
120.    A modern miniature silver model of a sailing vessel on wood base, 12cms long 30-40
121.    A miniature silver model of a Chinese junk with two sails, engraved detail and mounted on an openwork carved wood wave stand, 9.5cms high 30-40
122.    A miniature silver model of a Chinese junk with single sail and covered area at the stern, engraved decoration, and on openwork wood wave stand, 10cms high 35-45
123.    A miniature silver model of a Chinese junk with single sail , on metal supports, 7cms high 15-25
124.    A miniature silver model of a Chinese junk with single sail, two figures and on openwork carved wood wave base, 9.5cms high 30-40
125.    A miniature silver model of a Chinese junk with two sails, single figure holding rudder, on metal supports, 9cms high 25-35
126.    A miniature silver model of a three masted Chinese junk with long oars to each side and on openwork wave base, 19cms high 40-60
127.    A miniature sterling silver model of a two masted yacht under sail and mounted on a metal wave base, with Chinese character marks and 1960.6 to the front, 18cms high 60-80
128.    A miniature sterling silver model of a dhow with two sails, on stand and in original box, 12.5cms high 50-70
129.    A silver curb link bracelet; charm bracelets; commemorative coins; stop watch and other items 20-30
130.    A small 19th Century Japanese porcelain bowl painted in underglaze blue with pagodas, willow tree, boats and a bridge, the interior with broad bands to the edge, no marks, 8cms high 17.5cms diam 60-80
131.    A ladies 9ct gold wristwatch; 9ct gold and jade bar brooch; costume jewellery; travelling inkwell; cufflinks; silver napkin ring and other items 40-70
132.    A Persian early 20th Century tughra circular copper dish with overlaid silver decoration, wavy edge and on three small ball supports, 27cms diam 30-50
133.    An early Victorian tortoiseshell tea caddy of sarcophagus form, the lid inlaid with mother of pearl, the body with rounded pillar to each corner, two compartments inside with tortoiseshell covers, silver escutcheon and vacant rectangular plaque and on brass ball supports, 15cms high 19cms wide max 11.5cms deep 300-400
134.    An Art Nouveau biscuit barrel, in the style of WMF, the glass container with cut decoration and in decorative stand with cast white metal handle and silver over brass base and loose cover all with floral decoration, height to top of handle 28cms 20-40
135.    A 19th Century needlework watch case sampler worked centrally with a heart and "Love" and with paper backing, approx 46mm diam 15-30
136.    A 19th Century Dutch miniature silver chair the back with openwork decoration of a man fishing, with embossed seat and on spiral twist supports, 5.5cms high to top of back 40-50
137.    A miniature silver model of Bulwer Lytton's chair by Levi Salaman, Birmingham 1913, the bow back chair with turned supports and circular seat, the back stamped "Bulwer Lytton 1803-1873 Rd 565837" 4.5cms high 60-70
138.    A miniatures silver model of Napoleon's chair by Levi & Salaman, having solid back rail, "X" back and scrolling arms, Birmingham 1913, stamped to the back "Napoleon 1769 - 1821 Rd565838" 5cms high 60-80
139.    Two very similar miniature silver chairs, each with decorative cast and openwork back, "rush" seats and bobbin supports, the bases with German Hanau marks, the central panels of the backs with English hallmarks for London and Sheffield, 6.5cms high (2) 150-170
140.    Trenchart - a large brass WWII artillery shell converted to a stickstand having flattened top and completely decorated with simply engraved and stamped names from the men of Royal Navy HMS Fisguard (Shore Establishment), and with "RN" with anchor and "HMS Fisgard" 32cms high 30-40
141.    A miniature silver chair, probably German Hanau, having tall back the centre panel embossed with lovers, open arms, rush seat and spiral twist stretchers, 5.5cms high together with a very similar but un-marked chair the back panel embossed with shepherd and sheep, 5.5cms high (2) 70-90
142.    A 19th Century silver miniature chair pin cushion, the solid back embossed with putto and scrolling foliage, with blue velvet seat and on decoratively embossed supports, Chester 1902, John & William Deakin, 6.5cms high 60-80
143.    A 19th Century Continental miniature silver model of a carver chair having openwork cast back, scrolling arms, domed seat with engraved detail and turned front supports, un marked, 9.5cms high 120-130
144.    A good quality French miniature silver model of a chair with openwork splat, decorative filigree work seat and cabriol front supports, 11cms high 80-120
145.    A 19th Century Continental miniature silver chair, the tall back with eagle head finials, openwork scrolling back, solid seat, decorative cast stretchers and makers mark "IR", 6.75cms high, possibly French 70-90
146.    A 19th Century Continental silver miniature throne chair, the back cast with coat of arms supported by lions, the seat embossed with floral detail and on turned supports, 6.5cms high, possibly German 40-60
147.    A 19th Century German Hanau miniature silver chair the shaped solid back embossed with seated lady, open shaped arms and solid seat embossed with lady and scrolls, import marks for Theodore Hartman London with "F" import mark, 5cms high 60-80
148.    A George V miniature silver model of the Coronation throne fitted with pincushion, Birmingham 1910, 6cms high 50-70
149.    A 19th Century Continental miniature silver chair, the openwork back with angel mask cresting rail and lion mask finials, solid seat with openwork scrolling foliate arms and lions paw feet, marks to one stretcher, 6cms high, possibly French 80-120
150.    An 18th Century Dutch scarce miniature silver model of a four-slat ladder back chair with decorative scrolling arms, solid seat with simulated spiral "rush" seat, and with three stretchers to each side, import marks for London 1896 "DB", 7.5cms high 100-150
151.    A set of four Austrian silver and blue enamel dining chairs with embossed scrolling detail to the backs and bases and together with a silver and blue enamelled dining table with similar embossed detail, height of chairs 4.5cms and table 3.25cms high (5) 180-220
152.    A good quality Continental silver miniature Savanarola chair with decorative back rest, slatted seat and lion paw feet, folds down, indistinctly marked, 5cms high 70-90
153.    A miniature silver model of a rocking chair with scrolling framework and arms, marked .925, 2.5cms high 30-40
154.    A 20th Century miniature silver wheel back windsor chair with solid seat and crinoline stretcher, London hallmarks c.1970's 5cms high 40-60
155.    A 20th Century miniature silver chair modelled as a folding chair with green felt seat, 4.5cms high, stamped .925 20-30
156.    A painted brown glass Old Oak Rum Limbo Drummer bottle, Angostura, Trinidad, with original yellow platic hat stopper and label, 26.6fl oz, height 26cms 15-25
157.    An Edwardian silver miniature of a wainscot chair, the solid back with scroll and wheat ear detail, shaped arms, solid seat and decorative frieze, Birmingham 1902 makers Levi & Salaman, 4.5cms high 60-80
158.    A large, heavy cast iron bust of the head of David after Michaelangelo, approx 65cms high 70-100
159.    A pair of good quality 19th Century Dutch silver miniature chairs with arched cresting rails, openwork backs with foliage and torch, solid "rush" seat and on tapering turned supports, 7.5cms high (2) 120-140
160.    A modern ceramic novelty cruet modelled as an old man and an old woman, 8.5cms high 3-5
161.    An early 20th Century silver miniature wainscot chair the solid back with foliate and strapwork decoration, shaped arms, solid seat, Birmingham 1913 maker Levi & Salaman, 5.5cms high 60-80
162.    An early 20th Century miniature silver model of Alfred Lord Tennyson's chair, stamped "Tennyson 1809-1892 to the back legs, Birmingham 1910 maker Levi & Salaman. 5.5cms 60-80
163.    An early 19th Century Continental miniature silver chair with slat back, turned arms, seat with embossed floral detail and on straight reeded tapering supports, import marks for London 1898 "J.S" 6cms high 60-80
164.    An Edwardian miniature silver model of the Edward II Coronation throne, London 1901 maker CB, 5.5cms high 70-100
165.    A 19th Century Continental miniature silver chair with rococo style back, the seat embossed with putto, the seat stamped 930, import mark for London 1898 "JS", 3.5cms high 50-60
166.    A novelty souvenir anchor thermometer marked "Oslo", the copper anchor with thermometer mounted centrally, 15.5cms high 5-10
167.    An early 20th Century Chinese miniature silver chair having openwork Chinese character back, solid seat, arms with openwork flower head detail and straight supports, marks beneath seat, maker Fu Sheng c.1905, importer Sing Fat, 5cms high 130-150
168.    A Chinese silver miniature chair with openwork engraved bamboo frond detail to back, sides and front, solid seat and simulated bamboo frame, marked beneath seat, 5cms high, probably early 20th Century 90-130
169.    A late 18th Century Dutch circular pedestal table the top with simple engraved foliate decoration, on tapering triform pedestal and tripod support with engraved detail, 5.75cms diam 4cms high 250-280
170.    An Edwardian novelty silver chair pincushion, the back panel heavily embossed with lovers in a rural setting within C scroll and flower head border, blue velvet seat and embossed serpentine front and supports, Chester 1902 maker James Deakin, 15cms high 200-240
171.    An Edwardian novelty silver chair pincushion the back heavily embossed with peacocks in a Continental garden setting, blue velvet seat, decoratively embossed supports, London 1902 maker William Chawner, 15cms high 200-240
172.    A novelty anodised silver miniature dining suite of table and four chairs all of cast rococo decoration, a cat seated on one chair, two fish on the table and a kitten playing with a ball beneath the table, Birmingham 1973, height of chairs 5cms (5) 100-150
173.    A late 19th/early 20th Century Continental silver miniature chair of Art Nouveau style with organic openwork back, shaped arms and solid seat embossed with flowers, early 20th Century import marks, 5.5cms high 40-60
174.    A 19th Century Continental miniature silver country style chair with ladder back, bobbin supports and rush seat, import marks for Sheffield 1900 "S.B.L" 4cms high, probably German Hannau 40-60
175.    A small 19th Century miniature silver chair, German Hannau marks, having slightly curved ladder back, bobbin supports, thin twisted wire arms and "rush" seat, marks to base, 4cms high 30-50
176.    A 19th Century Continental miniature silver chair of 18th Century style the cresting rail with cherbu mask, twisted supports flanking solid back, twisted legs and double stretchers, 5cms high 40-60
177.    A late 18th/early 19th Century Dutch miniature silver chair, the tall back with openwork torch and foliate splat, slightly domed seat with engraved detail and on turned supports, marked HH to base for Harmanus Heuvel (maker c.1766 - 1810) 5.5cms high 90-130
178.    A set of seven (6 standard and one carver) Dutch miniature ladder back chairs with "rush" seats and rounded supports and stretchers, import marks for London 1903 "BDG" 5cms high (7) 180-220
179.    A pair of early Dutch handmade silver miniature ladder back chairs with turned supports, "rush" seats and spiral twist stretchers, import marks for Sheffield 1894 "S.B.L" 4.5cms high 80-100
180.    A pair of Continental miniature silver ladder back chairs with turned supports and "rush" seats, 5cms high (2) 25-35
181.    A pair of 19th Century Dutch hand made silver miniature ladder back chairs with turned supports and "rush" seats, small sword mark, 5.5cms high 100-130
182.    A Chinese Yixing teapot, the red stoneware globular shaped pot with applied prunus finial, handle and spout, impressed seal mark to base and to inside of lid, 8cms high 30-40
183.    A pair of 19th Century Chinese miniature silver chairs by Kwan Wo, with decorative backs cast with bat and blossom, openwork arms, solid seats and on square supports, marks beneath seats, 4.5cms high 200-250
184.    A Standard Pelham puppet A9 Mouse in original box, labelled correctly 12-25
185.    A pair of 18th Century Dutch hand made miniature silver chairs having open work spindle and rail backs with curved foliate cresting rails, "rush" seats, rounded supports, and twisted stretchers, 6.5cms high 180-220
186.    A Negretti & Zambra military two draw telescope no.1025, dated 1901 and with military arrow, the brass instrument with brown leather bound barrel and extending shade, 118cms extended, 2.5" diam 40-60
187.    A 19th Century Continental miniature silver oval centre table having plain top, gadroon frieze and on four turned supports with turned X stretcher, 2.5cms high 6cms wide 70-100
188.    A late 19th Century German Hannau miniature silver chair with embossed decoration, the back with girl and boy the seat with cavorting cherubs, import marks for London 1893 "TG", 7cms high 100-120
189.    A 19th Century German Hanau miniature silver chair with embossed decoration, the back with lady watering her garden the seat with a man hoeing, 6cms high 40-60
190.    A 19th Century German Hanau miniature silver chair with embossed decoration, the back with a putto carrying a basket of grapes the seat with putto painting, 7cms high 90-130
191.    A 19th Century German Hanau miniature silver chair with embossed decoration the back with putto harvesting corn the seat with putto measuring with caliper, 7cms high 90-130
192.    A George III oak cricket table having circular top, shaped frieze, triangular lower platform and on three triangular supports, 76cms high 80cms diam 140-180
193.    A 19th Century German Hanau miniature silver chair with embossed decoration the back with comedy holding a mask the seat with cherubs, import marks for Chester 1911, 5.5cms high 70-90
194.    A 19th Century German Hanau miniature silver chair with embossed decoration, the back with putto harvesting corn the seat with lovers in a rural setting, import marks for London 1894 "TG", 7.5cms high 80-100
195.    A 19th Century German Hanau miniature silver chair with embossed decoration, the back with putto carrying basket of grapes the seat with cavorting cherubs in landscape, import marks Chester 1906 "BM" 6.5cms high 80-120
196.    A 19th Century German Hanau miniature silver chair with embossed decoration, the back with putto digging the seat with cavorting cherubs, 7.5cms high 80-100
197.    A 19th Century German Hanau miniature silver chair with embossed decoration the back with man standing beside a bridge, the seat with lady watering a garden, import marks for Chester 1906 "BM" 6cms high 60-80
198.    A good quality 19th Century Continental circular table with embossed decoration of a lady holding a basket with a youth seated on the floor, on four twisted supports with twisted X stretcher, import marks for Sheffield 1896 "S.B.L" 5cms diam 3.5cms high 80-100
199.    A 19th Century Continental miniature circular pedestal table with embossed decoration of lady holding a basket within shaped scrolling foliate border on decorative cast pedestal and three scrolling supports, 3.5cms high 4cms diam 70-90
200.    A Continental miniature silver table of oval form the top with embossed edge and on four decorative supports, 3cms high together with a .800 silver rectangular stool (2) 30-40
201.    A 19th Century Continental miniature silver circular table, the top embossed with lady holding a basket with youth lying on the ground within C scroll border on four spiral twist supports with spiral twist X stretcher, import marks for London 1896 "IM", 5cms diam 3cms high 80-100
202.    Studio pottery - a jug with fish and seaweed decoration; a Bristol bowl with slip decoration and dated 1989; peas in a pod and a shaped dish by George H Wilson (4) 20-40
203.    Glasgow Exhibition 1888 - a commemorative jug with colour transfer image of the exhibition building and "Let Glasgow Flourish" to each side, 20cms high 20-30
204.    A small oval porcelain plaque painted bith the "Blue Boy" after Gainsborough, 8.5cms x 6.7cms 20-40
205.    A Wemyss Jazzy painted pottery vase, colourfully painted with roses on thorny stems, black painted marks to the base "Wemyss 213" 12.5cms high 30-50
206.    A C H Brannam, Barum, Barnstaple pottery wash bowl, jug and small bowl all in deep blue glaze with impressed marks, bowl 40cms diam jug 19.5cms high (3) 30-50
207.    A Moorcroft for Liberty & Co Claremont pattern vase of tall cylindrical form with slightly flared rim, painted in hues of green, blue and red, green signature mark to base and brown printed "Made for Liberty & Co", 24.25cms high 850-1000
208.    A Frontalini Italian piano accordion in turquoise marbled plastic and paste set case and white metal fret panel 30-40
209.    A 19th Century porcelain punch bowl having oval painted panel of a British ship under sail, a Continental building beyond, with gilt painted scrolling foliate decoration, hand written label to base "Sir Frederick William Erskine Nicolson Baronet Captain in the Royal Navy, residing in William Street, Albert Gate, London" 28cms diam 40-60
210.    A set of four G Plan teak rail back dining chairs with gold cord upholstered seats 30-50
211.    A Japanese Arita Imari charger painted in traditional palette with panels of prunus blossom and chrysanthemums divided with narrow light blue diaper panels, 39cms diam 40-60
212.    A late 19th Century terracotta rhubarb forcer of domed shape, nicely weathered example, lacks cover, 45cms high 50-80
213.    A Hereford Fine China limited edition model of a Hereford Bull on wood stand, with certificate, no.144/500, height including stand 27cms 80-120
214.    A Royal Worcester limited edition model of a Highland Bull by Doris Lindner on wood stand and with certificate, no. 232/500, height including stand 21cms 150-180
215.    An Albany Fine china limited edition model of a Great tit by David Burnham Smith, no.151/500 with certificate, height 25.5cms 50-70
216.    Two 19th Century Continental porcelain figural two branch candelabra each supported by young boy, one holding horn and dead pheasant the other fish, floral encrusted on rococo style bases, underglaze blue "R" marks, 33cms and 35cms high (2) 70-100
217.    A pair of early 20th Century amber bubble glass candle vases each with decorative colourful printed coaching scenes, 20.5cms high 20-30
218.    A late 19th Century Indian silver cream jug heavily embossed with continuous scene of animals and palm trees and with cobra handle, height to top rim of jug 8cms, un marked but tests as silver, 3.2ozt 15-25
219.    An early 20th Century blue/purple marbled glass bowl 24.5cms diam together with a mid 20th Century amber glass "bubble" pattern bowl, 25cms diam (2) 15-30
220.    A small Whitefriars orange bark glass vase, 14.5cms high together with two tall green glass vases, 19.5cms and 21cms high (3) 20-30
221.    Whitefriars bubble glass duck, two small bowls, two bud vases and a light green textured vase (6) 20-40
222.    A good quality Edwardian decanter stand, the silver plated base holding three cranberry glass decanters with clear, cut stoppers, ring necks and etched fruiting vine decoration, waisted faceted bases fitting into the stand, decanters 28.5cms high 200-300
223.    BARBER, Captain James - The Overland Guide-Book; a Complete Vademecum for the Overland Traveller - 1845, with two linen maps, six fold-out maps of steamers, and eleven engravings of which four are full page [all as called for], and forty pages of advertisements to the rear 30-50
224.    WRIGHT, Rev. R. N - Life and Campaigns of Arthur, Duke of Wellington K.G - four vols, undated, with portraits, fold-out maps etc 30-40
225.    TUDOR-CRAIG - Catalogue of Contents of the Museum at Freemason's Hall in the Possession of The United Grand Lodge of England - three vols, 1938 (3) 30-50
226.    BRUNHOFF, Jean De - Barbar's Travels - 1935, first edition tog. w. five Alison Uttley titles, of which; Molly Warp the Mole and Fuzzypeg Goes to School, are first editions; ROWLANDSON, G. D (Illustrator) - Tabbykins and His Friends - F. Warne & Co and BOHATTA-MORPURGO (Illustrator) - My Little Friend Jesus (8) 50-60
227.    Collection of books of animals and botanical interest etc to include; Gardening for Amateurs - four vols;ALDIN, Cecil - Ratcatcher to Scarlet - November 1933, third edition tog. w. others 25-40
228.    LITERATURE - a small quantity of first edition novels by various authors to include; Jack Higgins, Dick Francis, P. D. James etc 20-30
229.    LITERATURE - The Works of Henry Fielding, Esq, edited with a Biographical Essay by Leslie Stephen - ten vols, Smith, Elder & Co, 1882, cloth bound, with paper labels to the spine 30-50
230.    SPORT - Seven bound volumes of, Striker, to include the following individual issues of the comic; Nos. 1 to 15, January to April, 1970; Nos. 16 to 30, April to August 1970; Nos 31 to 45, August to November, 1970; No 46 to 60, November 1970 to February 1971; Nos 71 to 75, March to June, 1971; Nos. 76 to 90, June to September 197 and Nos. 91 to 105, October 1971 to January 1972 - all uniformly bound in blue cloth (7) 30-50
231.    LITERATURE - The Gresham Publishing Co, 'The Henry Irving Shakespeare' - vols. III to XIV, bound in six books, tog. w. GIFFORD, W - The Works of Ben Johnson - vols I - IX (lacking vol VII), 1816, full calf 15-20
232.    MOSS, Fletcher - Pilgrimages to Old Homes - four vols, Vol I, 1906; The Fourth Book, 1908; The Fifth Book, 1910 and another one on, The Welsh Border - 1903 (4) 25-30
233.    The Illustrated Exhibitor, a Tribute to the World's Industrial Jubilee; comprising, Sketches by Pen and Pencil of Principal Objects in the Great Exhibition of all Nations, 1851 - with fold out illustrations, re-bound 30-50
234.    A George V silver combined cigar cutter and pipe cleaning spike, having flattened sides, London 1911 maker C & C, 14cms long 60-80
235.    NICHOLSON, Peter - An Improved and Enlarged Edition of the New Carpenter's Guide, being a Complete Book of Lines, for Carpenters, Joiners and Workmen in General on Matters Entirely New, founded on Geometrical Principles - c. 1825, with numerous plates, half calf 30-50
236.    A HMV portable gramophone in rectangular black case and having Antoria reproducer fitted with cleaning brush, "Columbia" needle sharpener and original winding handle in the cover and together with a 78rpm record 20-40
237.    Life and Works of Sir Christopher Wren A.D - 1632-1723 - Hodder & Stoughton 1923 20-30
238.    A pair of 20th Century Japanese hexagonal reticulated vases, painted in underglaze blue decoration, 12cms high 15-25
239.    CESCINSKY Herbert - English Furniture of the Eighteenth Century - three vols half calf tog. w. Present Carpets of Distinction - with tipped in coloured plates [as called for] and six other books and magazines relating to carpets and furniture (10) 60-80
240.    OGILBY, John - The Road from London to Derby - 40cm x 50cm, coloured, framed 30-50
241.    WHITE, T. H - The Sword in the Stone - 1939, first edition, no dust-jacket 20-30
242.    The Holy Bible containing the Old Testament and the New - 1749, full calf tog. w. Hymns founded on various texts in the Holy Scriptures - c. 1755, full calf but front board loose (2) 30-35
243.    Collection of approximately seventy-three Observer's Books, the majority with dust-wrappers to include; Freshwater Fishes of the British Isles - 1952, revised edition and Common Insects and Spiders - 1966, reprint, both with dust-wrappers tog. w. others 40-50
244.    A 20th Century Japanese blue and white glazed ceramic pendant painted with cranes and a pine branch, on knotted silk thread with tassels, size of pendant 5.5cms x 3.75cms 25-35
245.    CARY, J - New and Correct English Atlas: being a New Set of County Maps - 1787, a part bound comprising thirty maps to include; Cumberland, Derbyshire, Dorsetshire, Durham, Essex, Gloucestershire, Hampshire, Hereforshire, Hertfordshire, Huntingdonshire, Leicestershire, Monmouthshire, Northumberland, Nottinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Shropshire, Somersetshire, Staffordshire, Suffolk, Surrey, Sussex, Westmorland, Wiltshire, Worcestershire, North Riding of Yorkshire, East Riding of Yorkshire, North Part of the West Riding, South Part of the West Riding, 100-150
246.    LEWIS, Samuel - A Topographical Dictionary of England, comprising the several Counties, Cities, Boroughs, Corporate and Market Towns, Parishes, Chapelries, and Townships, and the Islands of Guernsey, Jersey and Man, with Historical and Statitisical Descriptions - four vols, with vols I, III and IV being fourth edition, and vol. II third edition tog. w. a, View of the Representative History of England with engraved Plans, shewing the electoral divisions of the Several Counties, and the Former and Present Boundaries of the Cities and Boroughs - 1790, all with numerous maps and a, Topographical Dictionary of Scotland (6) 120-150
247.    Collection of books relating to horses to include; SIDNEY, S - The Book of the Horse - third edition, with coloured illustrations tog. w. The Horse, Its Treatment in Health and Disease - nine vols; HAYES, Captain - Points of the Horse - 1897, second edition; GODFREY-BOSVILE - Horses, Horseman and Stable management - 1908; YOUATT - The Horse - 1866; Horses, Dogs, Birds, Cattle, Accidents and Ailments, First Aid - 1899 and Sporting Stables and Kennels - limited edition 23/200 (15) 50-100
248.    ILLUSTRATED - a small quantity of children's and illustrated books to include; BATEMAN, H - More Drawings - 1922; GREENAWAY, Kate - The Pied Piper of Hamelin; ROBINSON, Charles - The Big Book of Fairy Tales tog. w. others 30-50
249.    AUCTION CATALOGUES - The Remaining Contents of Rudding Park, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, The Property of Captain Sir Everard Radcliffe held on Monday, October 16 and Tuesday, October 17, 1972 tog .w. five other similar to include; Wateringbury Place, in two parts, held on Wednesday, May 21, Thursday, June 1, Friday June 2, 1978; Childwick Bury, St Albans, Herfordshire, in two parts, held on Monday. May 15, Tuesday, May 16 and Wednesday, May 17, 1978 and Charleston Manor, Alfriston, Sussex, volume II only, held on Tuesday 14 and Wednesday 15 October 1980, some with the auction price results (6) 20-30
250.    Cassell's British Atlas - a bound copy of maps relating to Britain and Ireland to include the copy of the Thames, eleven maps of London, the six maps of the suburbs, the eight environs and a double page map of the Landmarks of London 500-600
251.    GRANT, James - Old and New Edinburgh, its History, its People and its Places - three vols, Cassell, Petter and Galpin, half calf with numerous illustrations throughout, ex-library, with blind stamps to all illustrations 20-25
252.    KINGSLEY, Charles - The Water Babies - 1863, with illustrated frontispiece by Noel Paton, cloth bound with front board loose 20-30
253.    SENNETT, A. R - Garden Cities in Theory and Practice, being an amplification of a paper on the potentialities of applied science in a garden city - two vols, 1905, with numerous illustrations, ex library, tog. w. BEETON - The Book of Garden Management, a compendium of the theory and practice of horticulture and a complete guide to gardening in all its branches (3) 25-30
254.    HAENEL, Eric & TSCHMARMANN, Heinrich - Das Einzel-Wohnhaus der Neuzeit - 1907, another by the same authors - Die Wohnung der Neuzeit - 1908, both with numerous illustrations and both German text tog. w. LACROIX, Louis - Les Derniers Grands Voiliers, Hiatorie des Long-Courriers Nantais de 1893 a 1931 - Paris, 1937, numerous illustrations, French text (3) 15-20
255.    CARPENTER, William B - The Microscope and its Revelations - 1875, fifth edition, with twenty-five plates [as called for] 15-20
256.    EDWARDS, Lionel - Horses and Ponies tog. w. two other books by the illustrator - Horse Sense and Sensibility - 1927, second edition; Hunting Songs - 1925 [all three with their plates as called for] and a quantity of other books relating to horses 15-20
257.    WRIGHT, Thomas - Caricature History of St. Georges - large paper copy, with thirteen engravings [as called for] tog. w HAMERTON, Philip George - Paris, in Old and Present Times - 1885, limited edition of 100 copies on large paper, with twelve full page illustrations [as called for]; The Drawing Room Portrait Gallery of Eminent Personages, January to June 1861 - with engravings on steel by D. J. Pound; KNIGHT, Charles - Old England: A Pictorial Museum of Regal, Ecclesiastical, Municipal, Baronial and Popular Antiquities - two vols, with numerous coloured illustrations and STODDARD, John - Portfolio of Photographs of Famous Scenes, Cities and Paintings (6) 30-40
258.    REFERENCE - a mixed selection of books relating to art, furniture, carpets etc to include some oriental interest 30-40
259.    The Traveller's Guide, or English Itinerary - two vols, 1805, with illustrations and a fold-out maps 20-25
260.    DUSHGATE, Richard H - Organisation de l'Armee Secrete (O.A.S) - 1999, author's proof copy, with handwritten notes on the front free end paper and title page, with further corrections and alterations throughout, signed and initialled by the author.
This book was never published due to the death of the author. The O.A.S was a French nationalist, militant underground organisation active during the Algerian War, 1954-1962, and used armed force in an attempt to prevent Algerian independence. The author had first-hand insider knowledge of the works of the organisation, as he was infiltrated into the O.A.S by the intelligence service of one of the contending factions (although this faction was not his real employer) 60-100
261.    A late Victorian gentleman's leather travelling dressing case by Parkins & Gotto, Oxford St., having original paper luggage label to the front, green watered silk fitted interior and with makers mark stamped to the front edge, 34cms x 43cms x 17cms deep 40-60
262.    DARWIN, Charles - A Naturalists Voyage Round the World - 1901, new edition, with illustrations, and another for 1912 (2) 20-25
263.    A decorative silver nurses belt buckle of openwork form, cast as a tree, 7cms x 8.5cms, un marked but tests as silver, 2ozt 20-25
264.    HEATON-COOPER, W - The Hills of Lakeland - 1928, dust-wrapper tog. w. COLES, William - Watermills and Windmills, a Historical Survey of their Rise, Decline and Fall as portrayed by those of Kent - October 1933, dust-wrapper (2) 15-20
265.    A surveyors staff by Stanley, London, the sectional staff in wood with brass banding and painted scales 20-30
266.    MACKENZIE, Donald - Teutonic Myth & Legend tog w. SQUIRE, Charles - Celtic Muth and Legend: Poetry and Romance and two books by HOPE-MONCRIEFF, A. R - Romance and Legend of Chivarly and Class Myth and Legend - all bound in decorative green cloth with gilt tooling (4) 15-20
267.    FOLIO SOCIETY - a collection of five illustrated books, all with slip-cases, to include; Perrault's Fairy Tales, with illustrations by Edmund Dulac; The Fables of Aesop, with illustrations by Detmold; Grimm's Fairy Tales, with illustrations by Arthur Rackham; Hans Andersen's Fairy Tales, with illustrations by W. Heath Robinson and The Arabian Nights, with illustrations by Detmold (5) 20-30
268.    FOLIO SOCIETY - a collection of various books, the majority with slip-cases, and on various subjects to include literature, history etc 30-50
269.    LOT WITHDRAWN 150-250
270.    PIENKOWSKI, Jan - a collection of six books, all first editions from 1977 to include; Puss in Boots; Cinderella; Hansel and Gretel; Snow White; The Sleeping Beauty and Jack and the Beanstalk (6) 25-30
271.    A decorative cockerel ornament, constructed from coloured grasses and with brown painted feet, 31cms high 8-16
272.    ILLUSTRATED - a collection of four illustrated books to include: Lorna Done: a Romance of Exmoor - 1883, with numerous illustrations, ex-library tog. w. Milton's Paradise Lost - undated, together with another dated, 1892; and The Vision of Purgatory and Paradiso - two vols, and a single volume dated 1893, all four with illustrations by Gustave Dore (6) 20-40
273.    CHILDREN'S AND ILLUSTRATED - a collection of eighteen books to include, Hans Andersen, His Classic Fairy Tales - with illustrations by Michael Foreman and seventeen other books (18) 20-30
274.    SOMERSET - a collection of nine books of interest to the county to include; CHADWICK-HEALEY - The History of Part of West Somerset tog. w. HUMPHEYS - Somersetshire Parishes and seven other books (9) 40-60
275.    CORNWALL - a collection of books of interest to the county 30-40
276.    READ, Miss - a collection of thirty-two novels, all with dust-wrappers, and the majority first editions 25-30
277.    GALSWORTHY, John - a collection of novels by the author, to include; Over the River - 1933; Forsytes, Pendyces and Others - 1935; Flowering Wilderness - 1932; Maid in Waiting - 1931, all first editions, together with other books 30-50
278.    LOT WITHDRAWN 100-200
279.    Great Soviet Encylopedia -twenty-six vols to include indexes, ex-library 50-80
280.    MILNE, A. A - Winnie the Pooh - 1926, second edition tog. w. WHEATLEY, Dennis - The Rape of Venice - 1959, first edition, dust-wrapper and WODEHOUSE, P. G - Ful Moon - first edition, clipped dust-wrapper, ex-library 20-25
281.    MARE, Walter de la - a collection of books by the author together with others of literature interest by various authors 20-30
282.    MEW, Charlotte - a colllection of the author's works tog. w. other books of literature interest, various authors to include A. E. Houseman 20-40
283.    KIPLING, Rudyard - a collection of the authors works tog. w. other books of literature interest by other authors 20-40
284.    Collection of books relating to Arthurian Literature to include; BRYANT, Nigel - The High Book of Holy Grail; SHERMAN-LOOMIS, Roger - Celtic Myth and Arthurian Romance; GODWIN, Malcolm - The Holy Grail tog. w. a quantity of other books 20-40
285.    LOT WITHDRAWN 30-50
286.    CHILDREN'S BOOKS - four books to include; LANG, Andrew - The Blue Fairy Book - folio society, slip-case, with numerous coloured illustrations tog. w. CARROLL, Lewis Alice's Adventures in Wonderland - 1965, with forty-two illustrations by John Tenniel; The Arabian Nights and The Water Babies - both with illustrations by Harry Theaker (4) 25-30
287.    A small oval silver locket the front with engraved foliate decoration 10-15
288.    CHILDREN'S BOOKS - a mixed collection of books to include, four Enid Blyton first editions, all without dust-wrappers, to include Five on a Finniston Farm, and a duplicate copy; The Mountain of Adventure and The River of Adventure; Five Go Down to the Sea - 1964, seventh impression, with dust-wrapper, and other children's and illustrated books to include; Alison Uttley, Flower Fairies, Juliana Horatia-Ewing etc 25-30
289.    A Victorian rosewood and inlaid mother of pearl rectangular box, having hinged lid and lock, 6cms high 25.5cms wide 8.75cms deep 12-25
290.    CARROLL, Lewis - Alice's Adventures through the Looking Glass - 1927, reprint, with eight coloured illustrations [as called for] by John Tenniel tog. w. another later copy and Alice's Adventures in Wonderland - both dated 1950 and both with illustrations by the same illustrator (3) 30-50
291.    A matched set of six brass bell weights 7lbs to 4oz two marked for Avery Ltd (6) 40-60
292.    JOURNALS - a collection of eight bound copies of, The House of Commons Journals for the years; December, 1757 to March, 1761; November, 1766 to March, 1768; January, 1792 to November, 1792; August, 1802 to November, 1803; January, 1805 to January, 1806; December, 1806 to December, 1807; January 1808 to January, 1809 and November, 1814 to June, 1815 (8) 30-40
293.    WELLS, H. G - The Adventures of Tommy - 1929, first edition 40-50
294.    KITCHINER, William - The Economy of the Eyes: Precepts for the Improvement and Preservation of the Sight - 1824, with folding out frontispiece 30-50
295.    The New State of England, under our Sovereign Queen Anne, in three parts - 1703, full calf 30-50
296.    After J PHILLIP a reproduction bronze dancer in the Art Deco style mounted on marble base, having French foundry mark, 56cms high 100-150
297.    CAESAR - C Iulii Caesaris quae extant Ex emendatione Ios. Scaligeri - 1685, with three folding maps, 456 pages plus index 90-120
298.    GELDROP, Henricvs Van - Hat Hemelsch Wagentje - 1683, Iacobus Woons 30-50
299.    GOLDSMITH, Rev. J - An Easy Grammar of Geography, intended as a Companion and Introduction to the "Geography on a Popular Plan for Schools and Young Persons" - 1808, a new edition, with six folding maps, and two illustrations 20-30
300.    An Account of the Conduct of the Dowager Duchess of Marlborough - 1746, full calf 50-80
301.    A Complete History of Europe, or a view of the affairs thereof, Civil and Military for the Year, 1703, tog. w. another for the year, 1704 - both full calf, with six raised bands on the spine, with gilt tooling and paper labels (2) 30-40
302.    The Guide to South and East Africa for the Use of Tourists Sportsmen, Invalids and Settlers - 1917, with numerous fold-out maps 20-30
303.    DARWIN, Charles - A Naturalist's Voyage around the World - 1890, new edition, tog. w. another by the same author, Journal of Researches - undated, Ward Lock & Co (2) 30-50
304.    WATTS, William - Confessions of Saint Augustine Translated - 1631, full calf 100-150
305.    [WILDE, Oscar] - The Ballad of Reading Gaol - 1898, sixth edition 20-30
306.    GIBSON, W - The Farrier's Dispensatory, in three parts - 1734, fourth edition, full calf 20-30
307.    Manuductio ad Coelum, medullum contiens Sanctorum Patrum, & Veterum Philofophorum - 1670, Bruxellis 30-50
308.    Thesavri Sacrorvm Ritvvms Epithome - 1681 30-50
309.    GOSSE, Philip Henry - The Aquarium: an Unveilling of the Wonders of the Deep Sea - 1856, second edition, with six full page coloured plates and eight tog. w. YOUATT, William - The Horse, with a Treatise of Draught - 1846, new edition 30-40
310.    A Comparative View of the State and Faculties of Man with those of the Animal World - 1766, third edition, full calf 30-35
311.    BRANDE, William Thomas - A Manual of Chemistry - two vols, 1836, half calf, ex library 20-30
312.    A circular silver pill box by Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Ltd having pull-off top and gilt lined interior, hallmarked London 1930, 3.75cms diam 15-25
313.    HERSCHEL, Sir John F. W - A Treatise on Astronomy - 1833, new edition 30-35
314.    A small Edwardian silver topped glass scent phial or smelling salts bottle, the moulded glass bottle with cut detail and screw-on silver top hallmarked London 1907, 8.5cms long 20-25
315.    Metamorphoseoon Libri XV Interpretatione & Notis - 1751, London 25-30
316.    A wood banded travelling trunk containing a large quantity of 20th Century table linen, cushion covers, clothing etc 12-20
317.    WARDEN, William - Letters written on board His Majesty's Ship the Northumberland and at St. Helena; in which the Conduct and Conversations of Napoleon Bonaparte, and his Suite during the Voyage and the First Months of his Residence, in that Island, are Faithfully Described and Related - undated, R. Ackermann 25-30
318.    The Courser's Companion; or, a Pratical Treatise on the Laws of the Leash; with the Defects of the Old Laws Considered; and a New Code, with Notes of Explanation - 1829, rebound in half calf and green cloth 50-60
319.    The Poetical Works of Coleridge, Shelley and Keats - 1829, first edition, half calf 50-100
320.    ADAMS, Rev. John - Anecdotes, Bons-Mots, and Characteristic Traits, of The Greatest Princes, Politicians, Orators, and Wits of Modern Times - 1789, rebound in half calf and marbled boards tog. w. A History of England - Vol II only, 1799; Spectator - Vol. IV; Sequel of the Age of Louis XIV - Vol. III only, 1881 and Polybii Lycortae F. Megalopolitani Historiarum - 1670 (5) 50-60
321.    [SWIFT, John] - The Tale of a Tub - 1710, with eight engravings with, A Discourse concerning the Mechanical Operation of the Spirit - 1710,, half calf 25-40
322.    WITHDRAWN 30-50
322A.   A pair of early 20th Century pottery vases of baluster form and with colourful painted fruiting vine decoration, no marks 32cms high 25-35
323.    De LOLME, J - The Constitution of England, or an Account of the English Government -1775, full calf
324.    After LOUIS WAIN - Possession is Nine Points of the Law, coloured print, together with a pair of "school room" cat prints and two others (5) 50-70
325.    After H Alken - a set of six 19th Century hunting prints, coloured, unframed together with a set of four First Steeplechase on Record, unframed 12-20
326.    After H Alken Stag Hunting, coloured aquatint 20cms x 29cms in birds eye maple frame 20-30
327.    Four Chinese gouache paintings, each colourful picture on pith paper and depicting various scenes including young scholars looking at a scroll painting, 24cms x 35cms (4) 60-80
328.    GERALDINE HAMLIN RA (20th Century British) - Lake Lucerne, watercolour, 48.5cms x 34cms together with two unframed watercolours, all unsigned (3)
Provenance: from the family 20-30
329.    GEORGE DEAKINS (20th Century British) - A tall ship under sail, oil on board, signed, verso with artists label and inscribed "May 77 with love from Uncle George xx" 47cms x 28.5cms
330.    GERALDINE HAMLIN RA (20th Century British) - Portrait of Bigadier General J A S Tulloch CB L de H 1st class Fr de Bel late RE, half length, oil on canvas, signed 47cms x 38cms
Provenance: from the family 60-80
331.    GERALDINE HAMLIN RA nee Tulloch (20th Century British) - portrait of Mrs Mary Tulloch, (wife of Brigadier General Tulloch) oil on canvas, signed Tulloch and dated 1930, 59cms x 49cms 60-80
332.    NICK MACE (b.1949) - Return to the Estuary, geese in a winter landscape, oil on board, signed and titled verso, 19.5cms x 30cms 25-35
333.    NICK MACE (b.1949) - Geese coming into land, winter scene, oil on board, signed 19cms x 30cms 25-35
334.    A bulkhead timepiece having cream dial with red sweep seconds hand, in black painted circular case and now mounted on wood panel dial diam 18cms with key 20-40
335.    An early 20th Century Ferranti electric mantel timepiece in Art Deco chrome and glass case with white metal circular dial, 17cms high 22.5cms wide 20-40
336.    An Edwardian silver mounted and ebonised wood conductor's baton, the mounts with engraved foliate decoration and engraved "Dec 1901" 52cms long together with another similar 46.5cms long (2)
337.    A late 19th/early 20th Century oil lamp having turquoise glass shade with etched decoration, clear cut glass bowl on brass pedestal and circular base, height to top of shade 61cms 30-50
338.    A Picquot Ware white metal teapot with wood handle, hot water jug, milk jug, sugar and tray (5) 15-30
339.    An early 20th Century Asprey leather covered writing case the leather fitted interior with lift-out tray and drop down correspondence holder and leather blotter; with some contemporary items including ivory paper blade with folding pen knife blades, box 35.5cms x 26.5cms x 13.5cms 50-70
340.    A large battery powered model of a steam boat, the painted wood model with good deck detail and with original engine still fitted, the stern painted "London" 97cms long 50-70
341.    A 19th century chest of two short and three long graduated drawers on bracket supports, 95cm high, 94cm wide. 30-50
342.    A 19th century walnut framed Swansea type wall mirror, with eagle and openwork top, 84cm x 48.5cm. 40-60
343.    An early 20th century oak coffer bach, having carved frieze and panelled front and sides, 55cm high, 87cm wide. 50-70
344.    A carved oak side cabinet comprising early carved cupboard, now fitted on an early carved oak table with drawer and on spiral twist supports, 164.5cm high, 71cm wide. 80-120
345.    A modern rectangular gilt frame wall mirror, 79cm x 110cm. 15-25
346.    A pine chest of two short and three long drawers, 103cm high, 114cm wide. 30-50
347.    A modern rectangular gilt frame mirror, 70cm x 101cm. 15-25
348.    A Victorian inlaid walnut octagonal games/work table, the top with decoratively inlaid chequer board, hinging to reveal fitted interior and on octagonal pillar and tripod support, 70cm high. 70-100
349.    A Victorian mahogany hall table with low arched raised back, fitted with single side frieze drawer and on four turned supports, 89cm wide, 93cm high, 60-80
350.    A Victorian mahogany Pembroke table on four turned supports and brass casters, 72cm high. 30-50
351.    A floral pattern carpet with pink ground, 254cm x 179cm. 12-20
352.    A good quality late Victorian walnut double bed, having panelled solid head and foot board; the headboard with rising sun motif and foliate detail; headboard approx. 157cm high, 151cm wide. 70-100
353.    An Ercol dark elm sideboard, fitted with two drawers above cupboards, with panelled sides, 84cm high, 121cm wide. 30-50
354.    A Persian style floral patterned rug with dark red ground, 188cm x 84cm. 15-25
355.    A 20th century Persian wool rug of typical floral design in pastel colours on deep red ground, 172cm x 120cm. 30-50
356.    A 20th century Persian wool carpet of typical floral design in pastel colours on deep red ground, 233cm x 161cm. 30-50
357.    A late Victorian carved oak octagonal centre table with turned supports and octagonal lower shelf, 70cm high. 30-50
358.    A mahogany pedestal desk with inset leather top gadroon edging, central drawer and pedestals with four drawers, on claw and ball supports, 138cm wide, 76cm high. 60-80
359.    A 19th century mahogany chest of four graduated long drawers on bracket supports, 111cm high, 126.5cm wide. 60-80
360.    An early 20th century display cabinet, having inlaid raised back, leaded glass door enclosing two shelves and shaped supports with lower shelf, 144cm high, 64cm wide. 30-50
361.    A Victorian mahogany chest of drawers, fitted with long top drawer above two short and three long drawers, having mother of pearl inlaid wood handles and on bulbous turned supports, 128cm high, 121cm wide. 40-60
362.    An Edwardian inlaid mahogany compactum, having two oval bevelled mirrored doors, enclosing fabric lined hanging cupboards and central door inlaid with urn detail, enclosing shelves and with four short drawers beneath, 209.5cm high, 194cm wide. 100-150
363.    A modern rectangular rococo style wall mirror, 105cm x 76cm. 40-60
364.    An early 20th century mahogany bookcase with dentil cornice, astragal glazed doors, enclosing three adjustable shelves and on bracket supports, 144cm high, 108.5cm wide. 90-130
365.    A Victorian rectangular carved oak centre table, the top with deeply carved foliate detail, on four foliate capped cabriole supports with foliate feet, 76.5cm high. 50-60
366.    A Victorian mahogany pedestal table, the circular top on baluster turned pedestal and scrolling tripod support, 62cm diameter, 70cm high. 30-50
367.    An oval inlaid mahogany wall mirror with bevelled glass plate. 20-30
368.    An early 20th century crossbanded and inlaid mahogany display cabinet, having pagoda type top, pair of astragal glazed doors enclosing two shelves, lower shaped shelf and on square tapering supports and spade feet, 171.5cm high, 106cm wide. 100-150
369.    A Chinese hardwood standard lamp, with spiral carved flower head decoration. 20-40
370.    A pine cheval mirror with turned supports, 165cm high, 60cm wide. 40-60
371.    A modern light wood cabinet, having moulded cornice, pair of glazed doors enclosing two shelves, two moulded frieze drawers above pair of cupboards and three short drawers on bracket supports, 205.5cm high, 144cm wide. 30-50
372.    An early 20th century mahogany oval swing dressing mirror on shaped frame supports, 73cm high, 72cm wide. 20-40
373.    An early 20th Century shaped rectangular mahogany tray with brass handles and with central inlaid paterae, 67cms over handles 25-40
374.    A Victorian carved oak sideboard with low raised back, three frieze drawers, central open shelf above small cupboard flanked by shelved cupboards, all with carved lion mask, swag and caryatid decoration, 98cm high, 148cm wide. 80-120
375.    A Victorian mahogany pedestal reading/tea table, the rectangular top with two adjustable lectern flaps at one end, the whole table top slides over to one side on the octagonal pillar and tripod support, 70cm high. 100-150
376.    A pine washstand with low raised back, two frieze drawers and on turned supports, 119cm wide. 20-40
377.    A Victorian button back nursing chair on turned walnut supports; together with an almost matching, slightly larger chair (2). 60-80
378.    A Victorian circular tilt top breakfast table on turned pillar and four moulded scrolling supports, 115cm diameter. 40-60
379.    A set of three late 19th century/early 20th century ladder back rush seated chairs. 20-40
380.    A Victorian brass bound coal box (lacks liner); a decorative copper coal bucket with embossed decoration; an African walking stick with snake carving; a brass tray and a copper planter (5). 30-50
381.    A Victorian mahogany swing dressing mirror, on shaped base, 59.5cm wide. 20-40
382.    An early 20th century oak coffer bach, having simple carved decoration, panelled lid and sides, 44cm high, 63cm wide, 39.5cm deep. 50-70
383.    A carved oak spinning stool, the tall back worked with female head and apple on tree. 20-40
384.    A late 19th/early 20th century farmhouse slat back Windsor chair, with out-curving arms, elm seat and turned supports. 40-60
385.    A 19th century rectangular mahogany tilt top breakfast table on turned pillar supports and four reeded brass capped supports, 116cm x 93cm. 90-150
386.    A Victorian mahogany circular breakfast table top, 119cm diameter. 30-50
387.    A 20th century marquetry ladies dressing table, having hinged lid with mirror fitted inside, fitted inner compartments, lower shelf beneath and on shaped supports, the whole with gilt metal mounts, with key, 77cm high, 54cm wide. 50-80
388.    An Edwardian inlaid mahogany work box/coal purdonium, the hinged top enclosing green silk buttoned, quilted interior and with drop down front, having metal liner, 80cm high. 100-120
389.    A 19th century mahogany, rectangular, drop flap dining table on square tapering supports, 168.5cm x 132cm extended. 30-50
390.    A 19th century mahogany breakfront sideboard with crossbanded and line inlaid decoration, fitted with central frieze drawer above deep drawer, carved side drawers an on reeded, tapering supports, 94cm high, 183cm wide. 80-120
391.    A 19th Century rosewood teacaddy of bombe sarcophagus form with boxwood stringing, brass ring handles to each side, fitted with two lidded compartments and associated glass bowl, on four ball supports, approx 18cms high 31.5cms wide 50-70
392.    A small oak oval topped gate leg table with bobbin turned supports, 92cm x 70cm extended. 25-40
393.    An oak refectory style dining table 167cm x 77.5cm; together with a set of five (4 + 1) Ercol stick back chairs with elm seats. 50-70
394.    An early 20th century line inlaid bow back salon chair with tapestry seat together with an open arm chair (2). 20-30
395.    An Edwardian mahogany envelope card table, with line inlaid and crossbanded decoration, having single drawer and on four square tapering supports with brass and ceramic casters, and X stretcher, 75cm high. 90-150
396.    A Victorian satinwood Duchess style dressing table, having oval mirror, jewellery drawers, two frieze drawers and on turned, fluted supports with original brass and ceramic casters, 153.5cm high, 120.5cm wide. 70-100
397.    A 19th century mahogany bow front chest of two short and three graduated long drawers, 104cm high, 104cm wide. 30-50
398.    A 19th century mahogany veneer on oak carcass chest on chest, having moulded pediment, reeded pillasters to each side and with two short drawers and three long graduated drawers to top, and three long graduated drawers to base, on ogee bracket supports, 11cm high, 118cm wide.
399.    A late 19th century dark stained pine compactum, the upper section with doors enclosing hanging area and linen slides, the lower section with two short and two long drawers on plinth base, 215cm high, 128cm wide. 70-100
400.    A large late 19th/early 20th century oak chest, having hinged lid, moulded panelled front and reeded pillasters to each side, on original fluted ball supports (not fitted), 184cm wide, 65.5cm deep. 70-100
401.    An early 20th century inlaid mahogany double wardrobe with moulded cornice, central oval bevelled mirror, hanging compartments to either side and two deep base drawers, 203cm high, 168cm wide. 50-80
402.    A large 20th century Tekke Turkoman style carpet, 367cm x 275cm. 20-30