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Antiques & Collectables Wednesday 14th September 2022



Antiques & Collectables Wednesday 14th September at 10.00am at Farleigh Court Golf Club, Old Farleigh Road, Warlingham, CR6 9PE This is an online auction only with no public access – however the viewing will be open to the public VIEWING Monday 12th September 3pm - 6pm Tuesday 13th September 9am - 5pm Auction Day 8.30am - 10.30am Please telephone 0208 468 1010 We are able to offer further images, detailed condition reports and virtual viewing if required.

PLEASE NOTE THAT WE HAVE MOVED OFFICES TO: Chislehurst Business Centre 1 Bromley Lane Chislehurst Kent BR7 6LH


Welcome to Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Director:

Catherine Southon

Specialists:

Tom Blest Stephanie Connell Hans Pugh

Sale Administrator:

Joanne Barber

Auction Enquiries and Information:

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AUCTION VENUE Farleigh Court Golf Club, Old Farleigh Road, Warlingham, CR6 9PE. We will be situated at Farleigh Court from Monday 12th September until Friday 16th September.

I M P O R TA N T N O T I C E S Please note that the condition of items are not noted in the catalogue. Condition reports can be viewed on www.the-saleroom.com All payments should be made by bank transfer, debit card or through www.the-saleroom.com Please note that we are no longer taking credit cards as payment.

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COLLECTIONS Items can be collected from the auction venue, Farleigh Golf Club, on Wednesday 14th September 10.00am to 6.00pm, Thursday 15th, 9.00am to 5.00pm, and on Friday morning 16th between 9.00am and 1.00pm. Lots can be collected from our office by appointment from Monday 19th September 10.00am at Chislehurst Business Centre, 1 Bromley Lane, Chislehurst, Kent BR7 6LH. We are able to post small non-breakable items.

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AUCTIONS The Company trades as Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd. The Company’s registered office is: Lygon House, 50 London Road, Bromley, BR1 3RA. Company Registration Number 08020183. Registered in England and Wales.


(LOTS 1-731)

Wednesday 14th September at 10.00am


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1. A carved Indian hardwood octagonal occasional table late 19th/ early 20th century, detachable top carved profusely with leaf motif round central flower, over carved pierced folding base, decorated with foliate motif, width 61.5cm, height 63cm £100-£200

4. A 19th century Rococo gilt gesso framed wall mirror shaped outline with central plate, five marginal plates and acanthus moulded scroll frame, overall height 145cm x width 88cm £200-£300

2. A late 19th century Italian carved walnut renaissance style dolls tête-à-tête conversation chair carved with cherub masks and acanthus, drop in damask seats, height 42cm, width 67cm £100-£140

3. A mid 19th century mahogany and brass butlers tray on folding stand the rectangular tray with brass hinges and four shaped drop flaps with cut out carrying handles, the stand with turned frame supports, turned stretcher and canvas straps, 75cm x 53cm x 81cm £100-£200

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7. A William and Mary style cushion shaped marquetry inlaid hanging wall mirror late 19th/ early 20th century, surmounted by arch shaped pediment top, inlaid with ebonised wood, rosewood, fruitwood and simulated tortoiseshell surround, bevelled mirror plate, height 99cm x width 55cm £200-£300

5. A Regency giltwood and gesso convex wall mirror the convex plate within an ebonised reeded slip and ball encrusted cavetto frame, surmounted by an eagle and flanked by scrolls, with leafy apron, height 105cm, diameter 65cm £800-£1,200 6. A Victorian giltwood and gesso oval girandole mirror the original oval plate, within a raised moulded border, crest piece with acanthus scrolls and trailing garlands, the apron issuing twin acanthus scroll candle branches, height 93cm, width 50cm £80-£120

8. A mid 18th century walnut fret cut pier glass mirror the rectangular plate within gilt fillet and moulded border, the crest with a gilt Ho-Ho bird, plate 42.5 x 26cm, overall 68 x 39cm £100-£200

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14 13. An early 19th century Colonial Anglo-Indian hardwood blanket chest carrying handles to sides, the front inset with a later carved wood plaque portrait of a man in profile, white metal shield shaped escutcheon, gadroon carved basal corner moulding, on compressed feet, height 45cm, width 95cm, depth 49cm £100-£200 14. A George III mahogany wingback upholstered armchair possibly Irish, the arched top with swept scrolled wings and rolled arms, cabriole forelegs with shell and trailing pendant carved knees terminating in ball and claw feet, upholstered in floral tapestry fabric, height 112cm, width 74cm, depth 74cm £350-£450

15 15. A George III figured mahogany bureau crossbanded and strung, the sloped fall front inset with green baize opening to reveal a fitted interior with a central cupboard and an arrangement of pigeonholes and drawers, over two short drawers with gilt brass handles and a pair of panelled cupboard doors enclosing three sliding trays, on bracket feet, height 114.5cm, width 119cm, depth 62cm £500-£800 16. A George III oak settle plain top rail over a four fielded panel back with ogee top corners, with downswept arms and upholstered seat, on three cabriole front legs with pad feet, plain rear legs, height 100cm, width 185cm, depth 73cm £200-£400

11. A burr walnut cushion shaped hanging wall mirror early 20th century, in the 18th century style, overall 57cm x 47cm £50-£80 12. A small set of three tread library steps, 20th century of pine, with shaped support pole, top step inset with leather, height overall 102cm £80-£120

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17. Y Robert Heritage for Archie Shine - A ‘Hamilton’ sideboard designed 1957, in rosewood and teak, brass handles, ledge back, left side with four reeded front drawers, right side with two cupboard doors opening to reveal shelves, over tapering legs, dimensions approximately width 229cm, depth 50.5cm, height 78cm Please note: This lot is sold in compliance with CITES regulations and with (non-transferable) Transaction Specific Certificate No. 619462/02, For more information visit http://www. defra.gov.uk/ahvla-en/importexports/cites £400-£600

18. Y Robert Heritage for Archie Shine: A ‘Hamilton’ dining table and six chairs designed c.1957, in rosewood and teak, table top with rounded corners, with two additional leaves, the six chairs upholstered in teal coloured fabric, on tapering legs (7), the table length 180cm, with leaf extensions 240cm, height 73cm, depth 85cm Please note: This lot is sold in compliance with CITES regulations and with (non-transferable) Transaction Specific Certificate No. 619462/01, For more information visit http://www.defra.gov.uk/ ahvla-en/import-exports/cites, The chairs included within in this lot are offered for sale as works of art. They may not comply with the 1988 Furniture and Furnishings (Fire) Safety Regulations and therefore should not be used in a private dwelling £400-£600

19. A Victorian figured walnut and parquetry banded writing slope and a Regency mahogany sarcophagus shaped tea caddy first with fitted interior and blue tooled velvet and gilt tooled Morocco writing surface, brass shield shaped escutcheon and reserve, second two division interior with lids, on compressed ball feet (2), first width 35cm £70-£90 20. A 19th century rosewood tea caddy of sarcophagus form, reeded edge cap, mother of pearl escutcheon, on bun feet, fitted interior with twin lidded compartments and central cut glass mixing bowl, together with a walnut writing slope, with mother of pearl inlay, opening to fitted interior with tooled leather writing slope, and pair of brass topped inkwells (2), writing slope width 40cm £100-£200 21. Two late 19th/early 20th century sewing boxes the first of rectangular form, in rosewood, inlaid with mother of pearl, central lid inlaid with leaf and bird motif, enclosing yellow fitted compartmental tray, interior and lower drawer with writing slope; the second of mahogany with satinwood fan inlay, domed lid, opening to reveal fitted tray, quilted silk button underside lid (2), the first width 30cm £80-£120

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 24. A Japanese Meiji period gilt decorated lacquer kodansu or table cabinet on stand the hinged domed top enclosing a fitted with divisions and lids, over a pair of doors decorated with pine trees, a pheasant and a Mount Fuji, enclosing six drawers, over a pull out folding writing slope with a drawer to one side, height 51cm, width 32.5cm, depth 17.5cm £80-£120

22. A late 19th century burr walnut vanity box by Mountfort, New Street, Birmingham the domed lid inset with brass shield and banner cartouche, interior with velvet, leather and silk lining, stamped with makers name, containing a series of cut glass bottles and boxes with silver plated tops, mirror inset to underside of lid, drop down front inset with brass escutcheon opening to reveal two drawers, with recessed brass handles, with key, width 30.75cm, height 20.25cm £80-£100 23. A Victorian amboyna domed box with brass mounts a similar walnut box and an Arts and Crafts poker work box and an early Victorian rosewood jewellery box first velvet lined with card cut strapwork mounts, second similar, gilt brass mounts set with white cabochons, blue silk lined, third decorated with the Royal Barge on the Thames at the Tower of London, the jewellery box inlaid with mother pearl reserve and escutcheon within parquetry borders, interior with lift out tray (4), first length 21cm £50-£80

25. A late 19th century Meriden Britannia metal tabletop humidor mounted with the ‘The Buffalo Hunt’ After Theodore Baur (French, 1835-1898) the humidor of casket form, the domed lid engraved with beavers, a Native American wearing snow shoes and figures in a boat on a river, the shaped sides with a foliate frieze and gadrooned borders, drawers to either end, interior gilt, on ball feet with pierced scroll brackets, Meriden B Company marks stamped Special, height 32.5cm, length 34cm £400-£600

26. A set of eight closed trellis brass door fingers plates and two others of which seven large and on small, three stamped RD 198705, together with another similar and a pierced ormolu door plate cast with a central winged cherubs mask and scrolling foliage, Rd 225528(9), first length 30.6cm £80-£120 27. A collection of four 18th century and later samplers the first cross stitch embroidered dated 1794, with animal and leaf motifs; the second embroidered panels and flowers dated 1793; the third with floral and ornithological themes; and fourth partially in white work initialled SG, in modern frame and mounted (4), the first overall 27.5cm x 34.75cm £100-£150 28. A 17th century needlework panel English, c.1640, tent stitch embroidery in coloured silk on canvas, edged with course weave, with central figure (possibly that of Charles I) surrounded by female musicians and a further male figure below two putti within a country house garden, palace to left hand edge (possibly Richmond Palace), 51.5cm x 73cm For a very similar needlework see: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York collection Accession Number 64.101.1314 (titled ‘Musical Party in a Garden’, dated c.1647), This work may have been part of a pattern book, common for women undertaking embroidery to transfer designs from, using the method ‘pouncing’ £400-£600

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29. A mid 19th century embroidered coronation portrait of Queen Victoria c.1840, silk thread decorated with bead work against painted ground, the young Queen in her coronation robes seated upon a chair, bearing inscribed 20th century label verso ‘Charlotte Criek, aged 10 years, 1840’, overall 37cm x 30.25cm £100-£200 30. A mid 19th century Haida North West Coast goat horn spoon in two sections, the elongated bowl incised to reverse with formline decoration, the pinned curved tapering handled carved in totemic form with various animals terminating in a ravens head, length 22.2cm £100-£150

34. Two Nuremberg type candlesticks Northern European, copper alloy, the first of two piece construction with bulbous socket, knopped stem, dished drip tray bearing engraving AIS. MKD and VXX type symbol, shaped base; the second with vase shaped cone, drip tray and bell shaped base, the underside bearing numeric inscription ‘3545’ (2), the larger height 23cm £100-£200

32. A Robert ‘Mouseman’ Thompson of Kilburn oak table lamp with octagonal column bearing carved mouse, over square shaped base carved with leaf motif, column height 26cm £100-£150 33. A pair of Secessionist / Wiener Werkstatt style brass table lamps each constructed of four panel form, curved vent shaped sides to top, textured base, steel and ceramic electrical fittings raised on black plastic feet (2), height 19.2cm £100-£150

35. A mid 19th century turned sycamore four tier spice tower the stacking section bearing paper labels, ‘All-Spice’, ‘Ginger’ ‘Cinnamon’, height 9.2cm £60-£80

31. A Robert ‘Mouseman’ Thompson of Kilburn lidded box of rectangular form, in adzed oak, bearing carved mouse to lid, curved interior recess, width 18.25cm, height 9.5cm approx £200-£300

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 36. A Victorian Benham & Froud twin handled copper preserving pan having riveted brass handles, bears orb and cross mark, handle to handle 42cm £70-£90 37. An Arts & Crafts planished copper and enamel dish the dish with central enamel decoration and raised cabochons, together with copper jug, with scroll handle (2), the first width 24cm £60-£80

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39. A 19th century Pietra Dura desk weight inlaid with a bee-eater upon a floral branch, and a later wall plaque and the wall plaque inlaid with birds and butterflies, framed, the desk weight width 13.8cm £150-£200 38. A late 16th/early 17th century Northern Italian bronze mortar probably Venetian, the tapering waisted body cast with cast with a stiff leaf band over a fruiting vine frieze, on a squat gadrooned base, and a circular foot, ropework handle, height 10cm, diameter 14cm £100-£200

40. A pair of early 19th century oval wax relief pictures of putti with garlands oval, original embossed brass (2), height 17.2cm £80-£120

41. Three early 19th century silhouette portrait, a bronze portrait medallion and an engraving of Sir Walter Scott and another print comprising cut silhouettes of an old lady wearing a bonnet, named verso Elizabeth Pechell and a young girl, a watercolour silhouette of young lady, named verso Mary Burtt, all three with gilt brass slips in black lacquered framed with embossed gilt brass hangers, together with a bronze medallion of Sir Walter Scott, Bart by J. Stothard, oak frame with original paper label verso, a black and white engraving of the author in grained rosewood frame with gilt slip and a mahogany framed lithograph of James Hogg (6), first height 14.5cm £80-£120

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42. A weathered half length marble two faced allegorical bust of Prudence from the Cardinal Virtues possibly 16th/17th Italian School, carved to each side with a figure wearing a turban dress in flowing drapery, height 81cm, width 72cm, depth 45cm 42

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43. A late 19th century Italian alabaster bust of Garibaldi and a parian bust of a gentleman first on socle base, second unmarked (2), first height 24.5cm, second 21.5cm £80-£120 44. A 19th century Copeland parian bust of James Syme after William Brodie R.S.A on socle base, impressed factory marks and date 1870, height 38cm £100-£150 44A. An early 20th century figurehead style stripped pine carving carved a semi-clad female figure in flowing drapery terminating in a scroll, height 131cm, width 37cm £150-£250 44

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 45. Emmanuel Villanis (1858-1914) ‘Delila’ an Art Nouveau patinated bronze bust of young woman wearing a headscarf with medallions, signed E. Villanis, bears Foundry Stamp Societes de Paris, numbered 1994, height 43.5cm £1,000-£1,500 46. After Jean-FrancoisTheodore Gechter (1797-1844) A late 19th century French patinated bronze of a draught horse, wearing full harness, on naturalistic base, signed T. Gechter, height 40cm, length 43cm £300-£400

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47. After the Antique, a late 19th century bronze Grand Tour figure of the Menus de Milo by Barbedienne (1810-1892) signed to base F. Barbedienne. Fondeur, bears Achille Collas Reduction Mecanique stamp, height 85cm £600-£800 48. A pair of late 19th century French Assyrian Revival patinated bronze figures of a king and queen in the manner of Emile Louis Picault (French, 1833-1915) both standing in traditional attire, the kind holding a sword and scroll, the queen a fan, unsigned, on square black marble plinth bases (2), height 37.5cm £400-£600 49. Antiquities. A Roman bronze figure of Hercules standing with his right arm raised and his left arm draped with a lion skin and a club, height 8.5cm £100-£150

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50. A Ships galvanised steel and copper Stern lamp and a pair of port and starboard lamps by Davey and Co. first bearing plaque Davey London Approved 1924 Regulation Ship lamp’, fitted with an oil burner, the port and starboard lamps with reflectors and fitted for electricity (3), height 42.5cm, second height 15cm £100-£150

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51. An early 19th century mahogany drop dial fusee wall clock the 12” white painted dial with black Roman numerals and minute track, signed John Sleepe, Liskeard, single fusee movement with anchor escapement, the case with glazed lenticle and acanthus carved ears, height 50cm £150-£250 52. A French gilt brass repeating carriage clock by Richard & Cie c.1900 white enamel rectangular dial with black Roman numerals, outer minute markers and blued steel hands, 8 day movement with compensated striking on a coiled gong, the backplate stamped with mark for Richard & Cie and numbered 841, four bevelled glass case with oval inspection top and carrying handled, height 14cm £100-£150 53-58. No lots

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 59. After John Raphael Smith (British, 1752-1812) A set of seven portrait prints, coloured engravings/ mezzotints, 19th century, six bearing credit Published 1777, No. 10 Batemans Building, Soho Square, W. Humphrey, Gerrard St., all with artist engraver name, sitters include; Miss Chambers, Mrs. Armstrong, Miss Frederick (Catherine), Mrs. Fitzwilliam, Miss Carter, Miss Montagu (Harriet), Mademoiselle Clermont, each framed and mounted (7), each51cm x 43.5cm, within mount 30cm x 23.5cm £100-£150 60. Robert Dighton (British, 1752-1814) ‘Portrait of Richard Graves Morice’, standing wearing an academic gown and holding a mortar board, watercolour, signed Dighton, 1807, gilt frame, 39.3 x 49.5cm £100-£150 61. A late 18th century hand coloured etching ‘The Soldier’s Farewell’ c.1793 hand coloured gouache on laid paper, mounted, within mount 23 x 29.5cm £40-£60

62. Attributed to Major General Sir Charles Walters D’Oyly (British, 1822-1900) ‘Gentlemen on Horseback, India’, c.1850, watercolour and pencil, bearing gallery label verso, inscribed ‘Sir Charles D’Oyley Jr (sic), watercolour, India circa1850’, framed and mounted, overall 43cm x 52.25cm, within mount 21cm x 31cm Abbott & Holder, 30 Museum Street, London, WC1A 1LH £100-£150

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67. Henry Earp Senior (British, 1831-1914) Three landscape watercolours, ‘Holmwood Church, Sussex’, ‘Billingshurst Church, Sussex’ and one further landscape scene, each framed and mounted (3), the largest overall 44 x 70.5cm £100-£200 63. A pair of 19th century coloured stipple engraved portraits of Queen Caroline of Brunswick and Matthew Wood MP c.1820, each bearing title inscription, the first ‘Her Majesty Queen Caroline’ the second ‘The real Nobleman “An honest man’s the noblest Work of God” Pope’, each framed (2), overall height 40.5cm x 34cm £60-£80

68. West European School (19th Century) ‘Harbour Scene with Church, and Figures in Traditional Costume’, watercolour, framed and mounted, overall height 33cm x 40.2cm, within 15cm x 22.75cm £50-£80

64. British School (19th Century) ‘Portrait of a Gentleman’, early 19th century, watercolour, pencil and ink, of oval shape, framed, overall 27cm x 22.5cm £80-£120 65. Julian Cedric Brewer (British, c.1830-1903) A pair of oval shaped portraits of female sitters, pastel, watercolour and gouache, signed in pencil, dated 1855 and 1856, framed and mounted (2), each overall 48cm x 39cm, within frame 25.25cm x 20cm £80-£120

66. English School (19th century) Two miniature half length portraits of gentlemen, watercolour on paper mounted to board, one of a gentleman wearing a black coat, the other of a gentleman wearing a green coat, both with illegible pencil inscription verso (2), the first height 16.5cm, the second height 17.5cm £80-£120

69. ‡ Edwin St John (British, 1878-1961) ‘Italian Town River Scene’, watercolour, signed and dated to lower right, dated ‘04, bearing label verso, framed and mounted, within frame 42cm x 62cm, overall 63.5cm x 82cm £100-£200

70. ‡ Edwin St John (British, 1878-1961) ‘Venice’, watercolour, signed and dated ‘04 lower right, bearing label verso, framed and mounted, overall 63.5cm x 81.5cm, within mount 41cm x 61.5cm £150-£250

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71. British School (19th Century) ‘Three Masted Ship at Sunset’, oil on canvas, unsigned, framed, overall 56cm x 71.5cm, within frame 41cm x 57.5cm £200-£300

72. British School (late 19th/ early 20th century) ‘Rocky Coastline with Fishing Boats’, oil on canvas, signed lower right W. Richards, in gilt frame, overall 73cm x 98cm, within 50.5cm x 76.5cm £100-£150

74. Richard Phene Spiers (1838-1916) ‘Figures on the Beach at Shoreham, Sussex’, watercolour, signed and dated lower margin, framed and mounted, bearing ‘The Bourne Gallery’ label verso, overall 50.5cm x 59.75cm, within frame 25.75cm x 35.5cm £100-£200

77. Paul Dominique Philippoteaux (French, 1846-1923) ‘Fishermen and Women Inspecting The Catch’, oil on canvas, signed to lower left, framed, overall 72.5 x 84cm, within frame 54.5 x 65cm £800-£1,200

75. European School (19th Century) Historical Scene, oil on canvas, depicting a Knight wearing the Cross of Lorraine approaching a group of noble men, with a monk in attendance, within an interior (the central figure possibly a Knight Templar Godfrey of Bouillon), 67cm x 79cm £80-£120

76. Paul Dominique Philippoteaux (French, 1846-1923) ‘The Hay Gatherers’, oil on canvas, signed to lower left, framed, overall 72.5 x 84cm, within frame 54.5 x 66cm £1,000-£2,000 73. ‡ Claude H. Rowbotham (British, 1864-1949) ‘Polperro Harbour, Cornwall’, watercolour, signed and dated 1914, framed and mounted, overall 53.5cm x 40cm, within frame 33.5cm x 20.5cm £70-£90 A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 9 6 .

78. Eugène-Baptiste Émile Marie Dauphin (French, 1857-1930) ‘Harbour Beach with Boats’, oil on board, signed to lower left corner, framed with further velvet surround and frame, bearing plaque ‘E.-B.-E. Dauphin, Ec Fr XIX’, overall 39.25 x 32cm, the painting 15.4 x 15cm £200-£300 79. British School (early 20th century) a pair of landscapes, oil on canvas, each signed L. Richards (active early 20th century), framed (2), each overall 57.5cm x 78cm, within 39cm x 59.5cm £100-£150

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80. William Field (British, 1840-1890) ‘Sunset over a Lake’, oil on panel, signed lower right and dated 1864, framed, overall 50.5cm x 76cm, within frame 36cm x 61cm £150-£250

85. After Edvard Munch (Norwegian, 1863-1944) ‘Melancholy’ (Den sinnsyke), lithograph, framed and mounted, overall 47cm x 37.5cm, within mount 26.3cm x 14.5cm £100-£200

88. ‡ Percy Morton Teasdale (British, 1870-1961) ‘The Mill at Maldon, Essex’, oil on panel, signed to lower right, dated verso 1942, bearing title, date and artist name label verso, additionally bearing label inscribed ‘Mill On The Blackwater (OI), P. M. Teasdale, 112 Meadow Studios, Bushey, Herts.’, framed, overall 47cm x 54cm, within frame 32cm x 39.4cm Percy Morton Teasdale is noted for being a member of the Staithes Group of artists £150-£250

81. Attributed to De Schampheleer (Belgian, 1824-1899) River Landscape, oil on board, framed, bearing label to front, overall 49.5cm x 68cm, within frame 26.25cm x 47cm £150-£250 82. English School (early 20th century) ‘Boats in a Harbour’, oil on board, labelled verso ‘S. L. Nielsen, York Road, West Hartlepool’, within gilt frame, overall height 39cm x 30.5cm, within frame 25.5cm x 17.5cm £50-£80

86. ‡ Stanley Anderson (British, 1884-1966) ‘Cafe de Papes’, dry point etching, signed in pencil to lower margin, framed and mounted, overall 41cm x 45.5cm, within frame 20.5cm x 25.5cm £150-£250

83. John Trench (British, 1882-1923) ‘Woodland in Summer’, watercolour, signed and dated 1907 lower right, framed, overall 28.25cm x 38.5cm £70-£100 84. After Pierre-Auguste Renoir (French, 1841-1919) ‘Femme Nue Couchée - Tournée à Droite’, etching, first published 1906, framed, overall 41.5cm x 45.5cm, within frame 17.75cm x 23.75cm £100-£200

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87. Fanny Violet Shoosmith (British, active early 20th century) ‘Cornish Harbour Scene’ Newlyn School style watercolour, signed F. V. Shoosmith and dated 1901, framed and mounted, overall 50cm x 56cm, within frame 31cm x 38cm £80-£120

89. ‡ Attributed to Lazzaro Pasini (Italian, 1861-1949) ‘Italian Street Scene’, oil on canvas, signed lower left, framed, overall 55.25cm x 41cm, within frame 44cm x 28.75cm £200-£300

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94. ‡ George Denholm Armour (British, 1864-1949) Pair of hunt scene prints, each signed in pencil to lower margin, framed (2), each overall 38.5cm x 44.5cm £80-£120

90. French School (20th century) ‘Mosque à *de Gabes, Tunisia’, oil on board, indistinctly signed to lower right S**zy D********, bearing label verso inscribed with location in blue ink, framed, overall 55 x 42cm, within frame 38.5 x 24cm £80-£100

92. ‡ Charles Johnson Payne ‘Snaffles’ (British, 1884-1967) ‘The Spooney - Who Hunts for the Ride Out and the Ride Home’, hand coloured lithograph, signed in pencil to lower right, framed, bearing George Ford, Church Street, Oakham label verso, overall 45.5 x 43.5cm, within frame 32.75 x 31.75cm £200-£300

95. ‡ Julian Barrow (1939-2013) ‘Cheyne Row, Chelsea, London’, oil on canvas, signed and dated to lower right 1963, framed, overall 54.5 x 65cm, within frame 40.5 x 50.5cm £150-£250 96. ‡ Raymond Campbell (British, b.1956) ‘Still Life with Basket of White Grapes, Apples and Plums’, oil on board, signed lower left, framed, frame labelled verso, overall 33.2cm x 38.25cm, within 19.5cm x 24.25cm £200-£300

91. ‡ Charles Johnson Payne ‘Snaffles’ (British, 1884-1967) ‘The Sportsman - Who hunts because he loves it’, hand coloured lithograph, signed and dated ‘12’ in pencil to lower left, titled to mount, framed, bearing George Ford, Church Street, Oakham label verso, overall 47.5 x 44.75cm, within frame 31.25 x 30.25cm £200-£300

97. ‡ John Yardley (British, b.1933) ‘Waiting for the Tide’, watercolour and pencil, signed lower right, framed, bearing label verso, overall 40cm x 47.75cm, within frame 22.5cm x 31.25cm £80-£120 93. ‡ Charles Johnson Payne ‘Snaffles’ (British, 1884-1967) ‘The Horsey Man Afoot’, hand coloured lithograph, marked lower right corner ‘Copyright’, framed, bearing George Ford, Church Street, Oakham label verso, overall 42cm x 31cm, within frame 29.5cm x 19cm £100-£150

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98. ‡ After Salvadore Dali (Spanish, 1904-1989) Dante’s The Divine Comedy II Paradis 12 - ‘The Apparition of Dante’s Great-Great-Grandfather’, engraving, unsigned, framed, overall 34cm x 28cm £100-£150

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100. ‡ After Salvador Dali (Spanish, 1904-1989) Three prints including, two from the series of illustrations for ‘Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland’, 1969, being ‘Who Stole The Tart?’ and Alice’s Evidence, heliogravure, with cover, within ‘All in the Golden Afternoon; sleeve cover; together with a ‘Dante’s - Divine Comedy - Meeting of Dante & Beatrice, Purgatory 29’, 1959, printed signature to plate (3), the first 43cm x 28.5cm £200-£300

99. Salvador Dali (Spanish, 1904-1989) ‘William Shakespeare Romeo e Giulietta’ (Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet) signed limited edition volume, deluxe edition, containing prints by Dali, signed by Dali to title page in red crayon, bound in red silk with gold tooling, within silk covered slip case, published by The Rizzoli Publishers, Milan, 1975, together with a certificate of authenticity from the publisher, slip case 42cm x 32cm £2,000-£3,000

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101. ‡ Francis Newton Souza (India, 1924-2002) ‘Two Figures with Apples and Tomatoes’, mixed media chemical drawing on paper (magazine page), signed and dated to upper left corner ‘Souza, 75’, framed and mounted, inscribed to mount with title and medium, further inscribed verso and bearing label inscribed ‘Arts 38 (11)’, overall 42 x 29cm, the page 27.25 x 21cm Souza’s process for these drawings involved using solvents which allowed the manipulation of the existing ink. This work was a gift from Souza - thence by descent £3,000-£5,000

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104. ‡ Ken Howard (British, b.1932) ‘Reclining Nude (Marie)’, watercolour and pencil, signed lower right and dated 12/5/93, framed and mounted, bearing gallery label verso, overall 32.5cm x 40.5cm, within frame 16.6cm x 25.3cm 102. ‡ Francis Newton Souza (India, 1924-2002) Untitled ‘Standing Nude Male and Female Figure’, 1974, mixed media, chemical drawing on paper, signed to upper left corner ‘Souza 74’, framed and mounted, overall 36.75 x 29.5cm, within frame 25.75 x 18cm This work was a gift from Souza thence by descent £1,000-£1,500

Galeria Internacional de Arte LDA, Quinta do Largo, Almansil, Portugal £600-£800 105. ‡ Graham Clarke (British, b.1941) Two limited edition etchings, ‘Crabbers Retreat’ signed, numbered and titled in pencil 151/350, together with ‘Vita’s White Garden’ signed, titled and numbered in pencil 151/350, both mounted and framed (2), both overall 45.75 x 51cm, within frame 29.5 x 36cm £100-£200

109. ‡ Keith Shackleton (British, 1923-2015) ‘School of Fish’ limited edition Artists Proof print, numbered 8/56, signed in pencil, the print itself dated 1985, framed and mounted, overall 65cm x 104cm £70-£100 110. ‡ David Hosie (British, b.1962) ‘Couple with Sky Scrapper’, 1999, oil on board, inscribed and bearing gallery label verso, framed, overall 19.5cm x 18cm, within frame 16.3cm x 15cm Jill George Gallery, 38 Lexington Street, Soho, London, W1R 3HR £80-£120

106. ‡ J. R. Ballard (active mid 20th century) ‘Abstract Skyline’, 1963, oil on board, signed and dated to lower right corner, framed, overall 49cm x 110cm, within frame 29.5cm x 90.5cm £100-£200 111. ‡ David Hosie (British, b.1962) ‘Corner Shop’ (portrait of a boy), 1998, oil on panel, signed lower left, inscribed and bearing gallery label verso, framed, overall 18cm x 18cm, within frame 16.5cm x 16.5cm 103. ‡ Francis Newton Souza (India, 1924-2002) Untitled ‘Still Life’, 1969, mixed media, chemical drawing on paper, signed and dated to upper margin ‘Souza 1969’ and further signed in ink to lower margin ‘Souza, 1969’, framed and mounted, overall 37 x 29.5cm, within frame 25.5 x 18cm This work was a gift from Souza thence by descent £1,000-£1,500

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107. After Andy Warhol (American, 1928-1987) Portrait of Andy Warhol, multicoloured screenprint, unsigned, 72cm x 56.5cm £80-£120

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112. ‡ David Hosie (British, b.1962) ‘Head Study’ (portrait of a boy), 1996, oil on board, signed and dated lower right, inscribed and bearing gallery label verso, framed, overall 19.8cm x 15cm, within frame 18.8cm x 14cm Jill George Gallery, 38 Lexington Street, Soho, London, W1R 3HR £100-£150

114. ‡ Peter White (British, b.1959) ‘Pot II’ (A Pot), 1991, oil on cotton, overlaid on board, inscribed and labelled verso, framed, overall 32.5cm x 32.8cm, within frame 30cm x 30.4cm £100-£150 115. ‡ Peter White (British, b.1959) ‘Head’, 1994, oil on cotton, overlaid on board, inscribed and labelled verso, bearing ‘Duncan Miller Contemporary Arts, Hampstead’ label, framed, overall 29.5cm x 23.5cm, within frame 26.5cm x 20.75cm £100-£150

118. ‡ Tricia Gillman (British, b.1951) ‘Romance’, 1997, oil on canvas, signed, dated and titled to canvas verso, bearing gallery label verso, 38cm x 38cm Jill George Gallery Ltd, 38 Lexington Street, Soho, London, W1R 3HR £100-£150

116. ‡ Peter White (British, b.1959) ‘Head’, 1996, oil on cotton, overlaid on board, inscribed and labelled verso, framed, overall 29cm x 23cm, within frame 26.5cm x 20.75cm £100-£150

113. ‡ David Hosie (British, b.1962) ‘Grass Market, Edinburgh’, 1999, acrylic/ mixed media on card, inscribed in pencil verso with title, date and artist name, bearing gallery label, framed, overall 44cm x 38.5cm, within frame 40.7cm x 35.5cm Jill George Gallery, 38 Lexington Street, Soho, London, W1R 3HR £120-£180

117. ‡ David Hosie (British, b.1962) ‘The Seed’, 1992, oil on panel, signed verso, inscribed with title, date, media and artist name, bearing gallery label, framed with John Jones label, overall 41cm x 32cm, within frame 35.5cm x 27cm

119. A German porcelain plaque late 19th/ early 20th century, of oval form, hand painted after Heinrich Hofmann ‘Boy Jesus Teaching in the Temple’, stamped to back with lamb mark for Ambrosius Lamm, Dresden, bearing pencil inscription and impressed 112, frame height 11.25cm, plaque width 7cm £70-£100

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120. A Wedgwood black basalt vase, 19th century of classical twin handled form (lacking handles), gilt and bronzed decorated, applied band of flowers to shoulder, leaves to body and foot, impressed to underside WEDGWOOD numbered Z3793, height 16.75cm £80-£120 121. Three pairs of 19th century Staffordshire pottery spaniels with painted eyes and snouts, gilt decorated padlocks, chains, and spots(3), largest height 31.5cm £80-£120 122. A quantity of Portuguese cabbage ware including: six soup bowls, three larger bowls, a salad bowl, salt and pepper pot on stand, tea cup and saucer, small tureen and spoon on stand, and a small dish (qty), salad bowl width 29cm £80-£120 123. A 19th century Sunderland lustre round plaque transfer printed ‘Thou God Sees’t Me’ together with an 18th century Wedgwood pearl ware shaped edge dish, with green feather edge rim (2), plaque diameter 17cm £40-£60

127 125. An unusual Coalport cabinet plate painted by C. Cartright the centre decorated with river scene, signed centre right, surrounded by Royal blue border heightened with gilt, inscribed ‘”Old” Mexico’ to back, numbered x. 2289, together with a Coalport ‘Hampton’ twin handled centre piece, painted with panel of exotic birds, Royal blue ground, decorated with gilt, bearing marks to base ‘Hampton 440288 Rd’, numbered V.5146 M/S.245 (2), centre piece width 35.75cm According to information supplied by the vendor ‘C. Cartright’ was Frederick Cyril Cartwright (1892-1979) an artist who was employed by Coalport for approximately 6 years between 1907-1914 £200-£300 126. A Royal Worcester figural three branch candelabra late 19th century, modelled by James Hadley, in the form of a female figure carrying a birds nest, painted and highlighted with gilt, marked ‘Hadley’ to left side base, printed puce mark to underside, Rd No. 109821, model number 1293, bearing similar impressed model number, additionally marked Z10, height 54.5cm £100-£150

124. A Royal Worcester fruit decorated dish by Richard Sebright central panel painted with pears and grapes, signed to lower left, on Royal blue ground, blush pink cartouche panel border decorated with gilt, printed puce mark, date code 1918, numbered W8868, width 27cm £200-£300

127. A collection of ten Royal Crown Derby paperweights in the form of birds including an American Cardinal, Great Tit, Mountain Bluebird and Bee- eater, all decorated in typical colours of iron red, green, brown and blue and heavily embellished with patterns and gilt decoration, each with gold stopper to the underside (10), height of the tallest 10cm £150-£250 128. A collection of five Royal Crown Derby paperweights of ducks and a parakeet including two Caroline ducks and Sun Parakeet all decorated in typical colours of iron red, yellow, green, brown and blue and heavily embellished with patterns and gilt decoration, each with gold stopper to the underside (6), the tallest 15cm £60-£80 129. A small collection of four Royal Crown Derby paper weights comprising a Pacific Angel Fish, Baby Bottle Nose Dolphin, Guppy fish and a Coral Seahorse and a Fountain Frog all decorated in typical colours of orange, green, brown and blue and heavily embellished with patterns and gilt decoration, each with gold stopper to the underside (5), the tallest 13cm £80-£120

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131. A small collection of Royal Crown Derby woodland animal paperweights comprising two Imari pattern squirrels, a Bramble hedgehog, a Hawthorne hedgehog, an Otter and a computer mouse all decorated in typical colours of iron red, green, brown and blue and heavily embellished with patterns and gilt decoration, each with gold stopper to the underside (6), the tallest 11.5cm £80-£120

132. A Royal Crown Derby paperweight of a Cheetah and another the Cheetah standing proud and looking to the left with blossoming flowers below, together with an Imari Vixen seated both decorated in typical colours of iron red, green, brown and blue and heavily embellished with patterns and gilt decoration, each with gold stopper to the underside (2), the tallest 15cm £60-£100

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133. Two Royal Crown Derby paperweights of penguins and others the first standing penguin feeding its chick, the second emperor penguin standing proud, together with a puffin, pelican and walrus, all decorated in typical colours of green, brown and blue and heavily embellished with patterns and gilt decoration, each with gold stopper to the underside (5), the tallest 14cm £100-£150 134. A large collection of seven Royal Crown Derby paperweights comprising a Snowy Owl, an Imari patterned Owl, an Indian Star Tortoise, a Polar bear, a howling Wolf, seated Donkey and a small Bunny Rabbit all decorated in typical colours of iron red, green, brown and blue and heavily embellished with patterns and gilt decoration, each with gold stopper to the underside (7), the tallest 14cm £120-£180

135. A Clarice Cliff Fantasque Bizarre ‘Alton’ pattern preserve pot and cover c.1930s, hand painted with flowers and house within a landscape, stamped Newport Pottery factory mark to base and impressed ‘3’, height 10cm, width 7.5cm £80-£120

136. A Clarice Cliff ‘Yellow Japan’ octagonal dish with stylised garden scene and pagoda in the background beneath a yellow sky, printed Bizarre mark and printed Royal Staffordshire Pottery mark to the reverse, width of bowl 14cm £80-£120

137. A Clarice Cliff Bizarre conical cruet set including salt and pepper pot, hand painted decoration in geometric design, marked to base salt ‘Bizarre, Newport Pottery, England’ the pepper ‘Clarice Cliff, Hand painted’ (2), height 8cm £80-£120

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138. An early 19th century Spode blue and white transfer printed ‘India’ pattern footed dish/cheese stand impressed marks ‘Spode 48’, diameter 28.5cm £60-£80 139. A Dutch Delft blue and white charger 18th century, shaped edge, decorated to centre with Kraak style peacock type bird, surrounded by flowers, the underside with script number ‘490’ and further illegible number, diameter 35.5cm £80-£120 140. A Samson type large porcelain armorial tankard in the Chinese export style, decorated with a three mast naval sailing vessel, surmounted by motto ‘Success to the Fleet’ and floral sprays, heightened with gilt, height 12cm £80-£120 141. A Royal Worcester vase painted by Ernest Barker c.1934, decorated with floral motif, puce mark to base and shape no. 2491, height 7.5cm £80-£120 142. A Sèvres style porcelain milk jug possibly late 18th century, ‘pot à lait ‘à trois pieds’, decorated against the turquoise ‘bleu celeste’ type coloured ground, painted with gilt cartouche enclosing vignette of exotic birds, bearing painted mark to base, height 10cm £70-£100 143. A collection of seven Royal Doulton Flambé animals and birds 20th century and later, including; a pair of resting cats, a lop eared rabbit, three small ducks, one larger duck and a King Charles spaniel (7), the largest height 16cm £80-£120

139 144. A collection of Belleek porcelain later 19th century and later, including: a Tridacna pattern tea kettle, 1st period black mark to base; a Tridacna pattern teapot, 2nd black mark to base, both with pink decoration; six Neptune pattern tea cups and saucers, green mark to base, with opalescent yellow decoration; a Shell pattern tea cup and saucer, green mark, with pink decoration; a flower shaped cup and saucer; a First period woven basket, encrusted with floral and foliate decoration, impressed stamp to base; a model of a pig, with green stamp together with a Royal China Works Worcester wall pocket, in the form of a shell (13), the basket width 31cm £150-£200

145. A pair of porcelain double gourd vases and covers late 19th century, manner of Helena Wolfsohn ‘Dresden’ gilt ground inset with panels of 18th century style romantic figure groups, bearing blue cross swords marks to base (2), height 14.25cm £100-£150

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146. A Meissen figure group in the form of cupid and a mermaid late 19th century, cupid playing a lyre to mermaid reclining on an oyster shell, cross swords mark to base, impressed ‘121’ and ‘G. 178’, height 17cm £250-£350 147. A Meissen silver mounted porcelain vase c.1920s, the green ground decorated with an exotic bird, the mount bearing German Sterling silver 925 hallmark, blue cross swords mark to base, height 17.5cm £100-£150 148. A collection of nine demi tasse coffee cups and saucers including examples by Royal Doulton, Royal Worcester, Coalport, A. B. Daniel & Son, George Jones & Sons, Royal Crown Derby, Minton, D&C France, Pauley & C Venezia (9), the Doulton height 5.75cm £80-£120 149. A Vienna porcelain vase early 20th century, of squat globular form, with jewelled decoration, decorated with floral swags and gilt border, together with a pair of Helena Wolfsohn style mall vases, in the form of mice surrounding pot, with Augustus Rex mark to base, and a lidded powder box, decoration with sailing motif (4), the first height 11.5cm £60-£80

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151. A Royal Worcester porcelain vase c.1926, believed painted by Walter Sedgley, decorated with an Italian lake scene with boy seated upon a wall, gilt edged, marked to base and numbered G461, height 10.5cm £100-£150 152. A collection of eight pieces of Clarice Cliff including: a Wilkinson Pottery Bizarre ‘Rhodanthe’ patterned bowl, of ribbed form; a Newport Pottery pink glazed jug; a Newport pottery crocus planter; a Celtic Harvest preserve pot and handled bowl; a preserve pot in the form of an orange and a pair of Royal Staffordshire ceramics bowls with floral handle (8), the jug height 19.5cm £100-£150

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153 153. A late 19th century Royal Crown Derby large christening loving cup claret ground painted with gilt sprigs ad with tooled and jewelled border to rim, cream ground shaped rectangular reserves with raised and tooled gilt decoration and borders, obverse with presentation ‘John Alexander Manners Smith June 10th 1888’ framed with scrolls against a dot field, reverse finely decorated with musical instruments, sheet musical laurel and a laurel wreath, matte and burnished gilt scroll handles, factory marks in red, height 13.8cm, handle to handle 25cm £150-£250 154. A Royal Doulton Flambé Peruvian penguin designed by Charles Noke, bearing stamp to base and signature, together with a Royal Doulton Flambé model in the form of a pair of huddling penguins, stamped to base and impressed 108 and a further Royal Doulton Flambé model of a penguin (3), the first height 22.5cm £100-£150

155. Two Royal Doulton Flambé monkey figure groups one in the form of a pair of seated monkeys, the other in the form of a monkey with hand to ear, both with printed back stamps (2), the second height 8.5cm £100-£150

156. A Royal Doulton Flambé pair of recumbent pigs with back stamps and Charles Noke signature, length approximately 17.5cm £80-£120

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162. A Moorcroft ‘High and Dry’ patterned vase, by Paul Hilditch produced and dated 2010, of slender form, with tube lined coastal scene decoration, signed ‘Paul Hilditch’, numbered 82/200, impressed marks to base, with original Moorcroft box and outer sleeve, height 20.75cm £200-£300 163. A Moorcroft Prestige ‘London’ Architecture vase, by Paul Hilditch produced and dated 2011, of baluster form, with tube lined decoration, signed ‘Paul Hilditch’, numbered 41, impressed marks to base, height 46cm £1,000-£1,500

160. A Moorcroft for Liberty ‘Jasmine’ pattern vase designed by Rachel Bishop, 2003, of slender form, painted tube lined decoration, navy coloured ground, limited edition number 121/150, gilt signed and dated ‘Rachel Bishop, 15th May 2003’ to base, stamped ‘Made for Liberty’, artist signature and impressed Moorcroft marks, height 31.5cm £100-£150

163 166. A Moorcroft limited edition ‘Hickory Dickory Dock’ pattern ginger jar and cover by Nicola Slaney, dated 2005, with tube lined decoration, signed and numbered 246/250, impressed marks to base, additionally inscribed marks to underside of lid, with original Moorcroft box and card outer sleeve, height approximately 15.75cm £100-£150

164. A Moorcroft ‘Honeycomb’ pattern ginger jar tube lined decoration of bees and hive, bearing impressed marks to base, initialled WM, height 15.5cm £80-£120

161. A Moorcroft ‘Jewel’ pattern vase designed by Rachel Bishop, 2003, of slender form, painted tube lined decoration, cream coloured ground, limited edition number 106/200, signed ‘Rachel Bishop’ to base, artist monogram and impressed Moorcroft marks, height 31.5cm £100-£150

165. A Moorcroft limited edition ‘White Cliffs’ pattern vase by Kerry Goodwin, dated 2010, of squat form, with tube lined coastal motif decoration, signed and numbered 37/100, impressed marks to base, with Moorcroft box, height 17cm, width approximately 19cm £100-£150

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167. A large Moorcroft ‘Rosebay Willow’ pattern trial vase design by Rachel Bishop, dated to base 4-9-12, with tube lined decoration, impressed marks to base, height 40.5cm £200-£300

169. A Moorcroft limited edition ‘Showground’ pattern vase by Kerry Goodwin, produced and dated 2016, of baluster form, with tube lined horse and equestrian motif decoration, signed and numbered 49/50, impressed marks to base, height approximately 32cm £300-£500

171. A Moorcroft limited edition ‘Whitby’ pattern vase by Kerry Goodwin, dated 2013, of globular form, with tube lined decoration with harbour and ruins beyond, signed and numbered 56/100, impressed marks to base, with Moorcroft box and outer sleeve, height 26.5cm £200-£300

172. A Moorcroft Clematis pattern lidded powder bowl decorated against green blue ground with tube lined floral motif, stamped to base ‘Moorcroft, Made in England’ additionally stamped ‘Moorcroft’ to underside of lid, width approximately 16.75cm £80-£10

168. A Moorcroft limited edition ‘The Walk’ pattern vase by Kerry Goodwin, dated 2013, of baluster form, with tube lined decoration depicting workers walking towards factories and kilns, signed and numbered 89/100, impressed marks to base, height 36.5cm £250-£350

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170. A Moorcroft trial ‘Napier’ pattern jug, by Paul Hilditch produced 2018, dated 15.1.18, of tapering form, with tube lined decoration in Art Deco buildings and vintage cars motif, impressed marks to base, height 31cm £200-£300

173. A modern Moorcroft Limited ‘Paigles’ patterned edition Thaxted Church vase designed by Emma Bossons of bulbous ovoid form, tube line decorated with cowslips, impressed factory marks in green, numbered 95/200 Thaxted Church EB, dated 2006, height 13.6cm £50-£80

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174. A Moorcroft Collectors Club ‘Anatolia’ pattern vase designed by Rachel Bishop, 2003, of baluster form, painted tube lined decoration, green coloured ground, numbered ‘MCC 119’, signed R J Bishop to base, further signature and impressed Moorcroft marks, height 22.5cm £100-£200 175. A Moorcroft ‘Queens Choice’ pattern charger designed by Emma Bossons, 2000, tube line decorated against dark blue ground, impressed makers marks, with original box, diameter 36cm £100-£200 176. A collection of seven pieces of Moorcroft including: two ‘African Lily’ pattern vases, design slightly differing each decorated against a blue green ground; a miniature ‘Pomegranate’ pattern baluster vase; two ‘Spring Flowers’ patterned ashtrays, one decorated against blue green ground, the other a green ground; a ‘Poppy’ pattern candlestick and a ‘Columbine’ pattern vase, all bearing impressed makers marks (7), the first height 10.75cm £150-£250 177. A Moorcroft ‘Orchid’ pattern shallow bowl tube line decorated against the green coloured ground, impressed makers marks, signed by William Moorcroft and bearing further stamp ‘W. Moorcroft, Potter to H.M. The Queen’, diameter 25cm £100-£150

178. Four pieces of Moorcroft decorated in Hibiscus pattern including; a table lamps and a large plate, each decorated against green coloured ground, a small vase and a bowl, each decorated against cream coloured ground, all tube line decorated and bearing impressed marks to base, the plate with William Moorcroft initials (4), plate diameter 25.5cm £80-£120 179. A collection of four pieces of modern Moorcroft including: a ‘Carousel’ pattern lidded ginger jar, designed by Rachel Bishop, 1996, numbered 599; a ‘Trefoil’ pattern vase, of flared form; a lamp base decorated with calla lilies; and a Moorcroft Collectors Club rose pattern jug, designed by Sally Tuffin (4), the first height 16cm £200-£300 180. A collection of seven pieces of modern Moorcroft including: a miniature Fox Terrier ‘My Old Friend’ vase; a miniature floral vase; a miniature bluebell patterned vase; a small lidded ginger jar; a Poppy patterned plate; a floral patterned bud vase and a further small vase of tapering form, each with tube lined decorate, impressed and inscribed marks to base (7), the largest height 16.75cm £100-£200 181. A pair of George III Irish cut glass decanters and stoppers c.1800 probably Penrose Waterford, Prussian shape with triple ring neck and slice cut shoulders, decorated with diamond cut arched pillar and arch arcades enclosing large stars, above row of basal flutes fitted with scallop edge lozenge stoppers, accompanied by a pair of modern silver ‘Whisky’ and Brandy’ decanter labels, with chains (4), height 26cm £80-£120

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182. A pair of 19th century French pink opaline glass vases converted to table lamps, enamelled with flowers and scrolls in pink shades heightened with gilt, the tops mounted with tooled gilt metal lamp attachments, total height 40cm approximately £80-£120 183. A collection of six pieces of Murano and Mdina type art glass including: a large Murano Sommerso type vase, of flared form, in blue and amber colour; a signed Mdina glass vase, blue green colour of globular form; a cylindrical signed Mdina vase; a signed Mdina fish type paperweight; an art glass jug, in yellow brown coloured glass and a blue aventurine glass scent bottle (6), the first height 24cm £80-£120

184. An early 20th century Bohemian glass plate in the manner of Moser, on ruby coloured ground gilt decorated with flowers, butterflies and moths, diameter 24.25cm £80-£120

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185. Attributed to Leon Ledru for Val St Lambert cameo glass ‘Cortège de Musiciens’ vase c.1905, of baluster form, in brown and green glass, central acid etched green band heightened with gilt decorated with classical figures, height 21cm £100-£200

187. An early Emile Galle enamel decorated vase c.1900, of bottle form with bulb shaped top, acid etched and enamelled with ‘Bleeding Hearts’ pattern, signed, marked to base ‘Nancy Depose Ges. Gesch’, height 32.2cm £700-£900 188. A Daum miniature glass vase c.1910 of shouldered tapering form on spreading base, pale blue opalescent body decorated in enamel with a river landscape with trees and birds in flight, etched signature Daum, Nancy and bearing the Cross of Lorraine, height 5.7cm £200-£300 189. A pair of Victorian blue glass lustre vases decorated with gilt and enamel flowers vase and garlands, suspending two tiers of six cut beads and prismatic drops (2), height 30.8cm £80-£120

190. A Thomas Webb & Sons Fleur Cameo vase 1930s, of waisted form, textured clear glass ground with stylised lily motif in cranberry, cameo Webb signature, height 22.5cm, diameter 19cm £300-£500

191. Two Art Nouveau enamelled glass vases in the manner of Legras / Mont Joye early 20th century, the first with shaped rim of facetted cylindrical form with spreading foot, purple to colourless glass, decorated with lilies in enamel, edged and heightened with gilt, numbered underside ‘35’, the second of curved faceted tapering form, colourless to green glass, decorated in enamels with yellow and white daisies, heightened with gilt, lettered to underside ‘K’ (2), the first 24.5cm £150-£250 192. A collection of thirteen pieces of Murano/ art glass, including; two plates of shaped form; wavy edged vase; beaker all with bronze and gold coloured decoration; a Venetian style scent bottle, a small scent bottle, small textured salt, shaped pin dish, bottle vase with twist decoration; a striped jug; together with a silver coloured metal overlaid Art Nouveau scent bottle; a cranberry vase with overlaid decoration; a Uranium glass spider paperweight in the manner of Webb Corbett, together with two Art Nouveau style Hutshenreuther vase and a Luxembourg pottery lidded handled bowl, overlay marked ‘Fine Silver’ (15), jug height 10.5cm approximately £100-£150 193. An enamelled tumbler in the manner of Lobmeyr early 20th century, gilt band to rim, decorated with figures of children and repeating floral motif, height 10.5cm £100-£150

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194. Two Geoffrey Baxter for Whitefriars glass vases c.1960s, including; a ‘Sunburst’ vase in indigo, pattern no. 9676, and a ‘Bark’ vase in meadow green, pattern no. 9690 (2), sunburst vase height 14.75cm, bark vase height 15.25cm £100-£150

197 197. A Lalique ‘Nigerian’ glass charger with peacock design, etched to back ‘Lalique, France’, diameter 39cm £200-£300 198. A Lalique ‘Dampierre’ glass vase c.1960s, designed by Marc Lalique 1948, of campana shape modelled with repeating bird and leaf motif, marked to base ‘Lalique, France’ and with numbered sticker ‘23, in original ‘Lalique, Cristal, Paris’ box, height 12.5cm £100-£200 199. A Chinese ‘Nanking Cargo’ blue and white plate c.1750, decorated with Pagodas, flowers and trees, bearing Christies label numbered ‘3584’, diameter 23.25cm £80-£120

195. A small cameo glass vase in the manner of Baccarat/ Val St Lambert, early 20th century, of lobed globular form with wavy rim, acid etched with textured fern motif body overlaid with cranberry glass floral motif, together with a similar design elongated baluster vase, acid etched with repeating circular motif, overlaid with pink glass in lily motif, gilt edged (2), the first height 8.5cm, the second height 14.75cm £150-£250

200. A 19th century Chinese Canton famille rose jardiniere and stand of tapering form with flared shaped rim, decorated in polychrome enamel with figural panels with courtiers, with borders of flowers, butterflies and precious objects, gilt rims (2), height 26.3cm, diameter at rim 36.5cm £100-£150

198 201. A 19th century Chinese octagonal plate famille rose enamel decorated with a pair of female figures within a garden, width 32.5cm £100-£200 202. A Chinese cinnabar lacquer charger, 20th century decorated to centre with three peaches, surrounded by repeating scroll motif and bats, the back bearing impressed six character mark, decorated to rim with floral motifs, on stand, diameter 32cm £100-£200 203. A Chinese patinated bronze two handled baluster vase, 19th century the body in red brown colour, cast with dragon to neck, the shoulder with dragons head handles, body with the god of longevity Shoulao on a deer and a deity upon a crane, height 46.5cm £80-£120 204. A late 19th/early 20th century Chinese crackle glaze dish blue and white decorated with four female figures, with bronzed Greek key impressed rim, the underside decorated with bats, diameter 29cm £70-£100

196. An early 20th century Bohemian harlequin set of six flashed cut crystal hock glasses the coloured bowls cut with stars, on hexagonal tapering stems and a circular star cut foot (6), height 21.2cm £80-£120

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206 205. 19th century Chinese export pith painting ‘An official with his wife in a garden’, gouache on rice/ pith paper, framed, overall 33.5 x 21.5cm £50-£80 206. A pair of 19th century Chinese export pith paintings of boats one a pleasure boat the other a fishing vessel, watercolour and gouache on pith / rice paper, mounted, framed (2), within mount 18.5 x 26.2cm, overall 34.1 x 40.5cm £80-£120 207. A pair of Chinese embroidered sleeve panels early 20th century, silk embroidered with flowers and vases, framed and mounted (2), within frame length approximately 58cm x 8.5cm £80-£120

208. A pair of 19th century Chinese embroidered roundels/ panels finely embroidered in silk, primarily in blue, gold, brown and pink thread, each panel depicting an individual scenes of animals and birds, one finely embroidered with ornithological subject possibly representing ‘The One Hundred Birds’ legend, including golden pheasant, egrets, ducks within a pond with smaller birds amongst bamboo and cherry blossom; the other finely embroidered with a pair of sika deer and birds including heron amongst trees, each individually signed and bearing embroidered seal mark, within circular frames (2), each overall 35.5cm, within frame diameter 26cm The signatures appear to read ‘Chen Jinlain’ embroidered seal mark possibly ‘He Nanshan’ £400-£600 209. A small Chinese cast bronze bottle vase made for the Islamic market Qing Dynasty, baluster form, decorated with two shaped reserves containing Islamic calligraphy, scrolling foliate band to neck rim, on a slightly flared foot, height 15.4cm £200-£400

210. A Japanese Meiji period patinated bronze figure of a stalking tiger cast naturalistically, standing roaring with open mouth, the body patinated with stripes, signed to underside, height 13cm, length 27cm £100-£200 211. A late 19th century Japanese Imari charger decorated with lotus and scrolling foliage to centre within a floral panelled border with quail amongst foliage, three floral sprays to the reverse, diameter 47cm £80-£120 212. A Chinese Canton enamelled metal miniature zhadou 19th century, with flared neck, decorated with flower and bamboo over cracked ice pattern against a blue coloured ground, together with a pair of Chinese Canton enamelled metal rice wine cups and saucers, decorated with repeating floral and scrolling leaf motif against a cobalt blue ground, heightened with gilt, the saucers of ellipse form with shaped edge (5), zhadou height 10.4cm £100-£150

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220 213. A large Chinese silver and kingfisher feather headpiece and other hair ornaments late 19th / early 20th century, first in the form or a phoenix set with paste stones, attached a simulated pearl tassel drop together a silver pin in the form a bird set with red stones, and two silver-gilt filigree flower hair pins (4), First length 22.5cm £100-£150 214. A collection of silver vertu and pocket watches to include a Swiss lady’s .800 silver and niello fob watch attached a silvergilt and niello flat curblink watch chain stamped 800, another silver lady’s fob watch with sprung wrist cradle, a .900 silver cased Cyam open faced top wind pocket watch signed Cyma Tavannes, a Roskopf Patent open face top wind pocket watch, another silver cased pocket watch, silver items to include an American sterling silver shell pin dish engraved ‘Buck’, a Mexican scent bottle, an engine turned money clip and four continental thimbles, a plated Alsace souvenir thimble case, and a metal cased Smallest French & English Dictionary’ etc. (qty), weighable silver approx. 2.41ozt £100-£200 215. A set of three 18th century French enamel wine labels titled ‘Volney Sautenot’, ‘Sautenay’ and ‘Meursault’, each painted in blue with the coronet of a Marquis above title (3), each width approximately 6.5cm £100-£150

216. A late Victorian silver heart shaped buckle, a cased pair of napkins rings, two engine turned propelling pencils and other vertu first London, 1893 by Samuel Jacob, pierced and cast with foliate scrolls, double tine hooks, second, Birmingham, 1900, engraved 26 Sept 1900 together with two engine turned silver propelling pencils by William Suckling Ltd, a black enamelled silver hinged memorial bangle, a lady’s top wind silver-gilt fob watch on a long fine fetter and three link guard chain, a cased French silver medallion after Oscar Roty, a silver handled button hook, a Georgian gilt metal and hardstone fob seal intaglio carved with classical youth in profile and a powder compact with butterfly wing cover (qty), chain drop length 70cm, weighable silver approx. 3.24ozt £80-£120 217. Vertu to include a Victorian carved tigers eye, seed pearl and silver horse racing brooch and a silver chain mesh coin purse first the horseshoe shaped tigers carved with a horses head within a border of half pearls on a crop together with a Chinese cloisonne bead necklace and a pair of mother of pearl veneered opera glasses with handle and a continental silver chain mesh coin purse with London import marks (4), various £50-£80 218. An early 20th century continental engine turned cigarette case and a Swiss silver lady’s fob watch on guard chain first import marks for London, 1927 by Stockwell & Co. rectangular, wavy line engine turned decoration and Greek key borders, interior gilt, initialled, second, open faced, foliate engraved case (2), first 8.2 x 6cm, weighable silver approx. 3ozt £60-£80

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219. A pair of late 19th century French gilt brass and enamel opera glasses and two French fans first having pink ground barrels decorated with gilt stars and floral painted reserves with jewelled borders, mother of pearl eye pieces in a leather case together with a fan with mother of pearl monture, carved and gilt with flowers, the cream gauze embroidered with sequins and painted a central panel with in a woodland setting flanked by two further landscape panels, in an associated case the other fan sequin embroidered with bone stays (3), various £80-£120 220. A 19th century gold and carnelian seal fob with crest, together with a Victorian gold and carnelian fob with intertwined initials, and a late Georgian gilt metal quizzer on a gold plated guard chain (3), total length 138cm £250-£350

221. A pair of folding lorgnettes with loop handle, not marked but tests gold, makers mark rubbed initial G, length 8cm £200-£400

222. A 9ct gold Asprey powder compact with mirror to interior lid, and sliding compartment for filling powder and perforations for releasing, the outer cover engine turned and with suspension loop, diameter approx 4.2cm, weight approx 25g £200-£300

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223. A late 19th century Austrian silver and enamel vinaigrette unmarked, of circular form, painted with cupid and his quiver, the reverse with a figure in landscape, floral borders, the hinged cover opening to reveal a hinged pierced grille, with ring attachment, diameter 28mm £100-£150

226. An Edwardian silver and guilloche enamel oval box Birmingham, 1909 by Levi & Salaman, plain design the hinged lid decorated with white guilloche enamel decoration within blue line borders, length 5.8cm, weight approx. 1.3ozt £100-£150

224. Edwardian and later silver and guilloche enamel decorated pill pots and a French enamel decorated brass pot first Birmingham, 1910, by Lawson Ward & Gammage, circular with beaded borders, the pull off domed cover decorated with blue border white enamel painted with a central pansy, together with a pair, Birmingham, 1911 by Levi & Salaman, circular, the pull off lid painted with trailing rose garlands, the brass example, stamped Artes, painted with a sailing boat on calm waters (4), first diameter 42mm, weight approx. 21ozt £100-£200

227. Two Lynton porcelain scent bottles painted by Stefan Nowacki first heart shaped decorated central reserve painted with a frigate moored in harbour, within a jewelled gilt border against a pale yellow ground with stars, second circular, powder pink ground decorated with a central reserve with a tambourine, sheet music and flowers, raised beaded borders, the revers with raised gilt flowers, both signed and fitted with screw fitting stoppers (2), first height 7cm £100-£200

225. Two George V silver and painted guilloche enamel powder compacts both Birmingham, 1927/1928 by Sydney & Co., both circular with hinged lid, one painted with an North African scene with a camel rider and palm trees, the other a Nile scene with boats, gilt interiors with mirrors to lid (2), diameter 5cm, total weight approx. 3ozt £150-£200

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228. An early 20th century continental silver-gilt and guilloche enamel box and cover London import marks for 1910 by Gourdel Vales & Co, of circular compressed from, pale blue ground, the hinged painted with a basket of roses suspended from a tied purple ribbon, interior gilt, diameter 5.5cm, weight approx. 2.19ozt £100-£150

229. An Edwardian silver and enamel trinket box Birmingham, 1906 by Robert Chandler, elongated oval form, the hinged lid painted with a central enamel reserve painted with swallows in flight within a translucent pale enamel and foliate scroll engraved border, plain signs, beaded rims, gilt interior, length 13cm, weight approx. 3.89ozt £150-£250 230. A small 19th century silver mounted cowrie shell snuff box unmarked, possible Scottish provincial, the flush hinged cover engraved W. Walton 1874, length 3.8cm £60-£80 231. A late Victorian silver-gilt pill box, an Irish holy oil stock and an Art Nouveau desk seal first London, 1895 by James Samuel Bell and Louis Wilmott, of plain oval form, the hinged lid mounted with a single blue stone cabochon, second Dublin, 1937 by Matthew J Staunton, of plain cylinder for with screw fitting cover, engraved CAT, third, Birmingham., 1904 by Lawrence Emanuel (3), first width 3.8cm £80-£120 232. A late 19th century Indian Parthabgar silver-gilt thewa box oval, the hinged lid with raised gold overlaid red glass panel depicting figures on elephants among trees and flowers, the sides repoussé decorated flowers and scrolling foliage, interior gilt, width 4.3cm £80-£120

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235. Sampson Mordan & Co. A Victorian silver gilt ruby glass combination scent bottle and vinaigrette London, 1874 by Sampson Mordan & Co., the oval ruby glass body mounted with a hinged push button cap, the vinaigrette, the base with hinged cap stamped S Mordan & Co London, to interior enclosing a hinged foliate pierced gilt grille, height 9cm £100-£150

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238. A George v silver and pique inlaid trinket pot, a shagreen lidded pill box and silver topped scent bottles first Birmingham, 1919 by Levi & Salaman, circular on ball and claw feet, the hinged domed cover pique inlaid with a central patera, second, Birmingham, 1929 by Horton & Allday, interior gilt, a silver and pique inlaid tortoiseshell pill box, a small silver topped faceted clear glass scent bottle intaglio cut with violets and an Art Deco black and white guilloche enamel silver topped rectangular scent bottle (5), first diameter 9.5cm £100-£200 236. Ø A mid 19th century French Palais Royal gilt metal purse with vinaigrette the finely crocheted purse with gilt metal patterns, gilt metal chains and finger ring, with hinged lid mounted with a miniature watercolour on ivory view of la Fontaine Moliere, opening up to reveal a vinaigrette with hinged pierced grille, width of lid 3.8cm

239. A small collection of Mauchline ware and others including eight pieces of Mauchline ware comprising a paper knife, pin cushion, bodkin holder, stamp box, and trinket boxes of various sizes one depicting Arundel Castle, and two others (10), the former length 25cm £70-£100

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237. A 9ct gold propelling pencil and another the first hallmarked 9ct, the body with chased scrolled decoration engraved ‘Emmie’ and suspension loop, the second extending pencil with cabouchon terminal and French control marks, with fitted tapered outer gold case with suspension loop (2), total weight approx 21g £400-£500

240. An early Victorian burr walnut cased set of four silver topped scent bottles the cased with hinged domed lid and pierced brass mount and escutcheon, bears label ‘Briggs 27 Piccadilly’, blue velvet lined interior with divisions containing four square hobnail cut blue flashed scent bottles fitted with screw fitting foliate engraved tops, crested, height 11.5cm £150-£200

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241. A leather cased set of three brass and enamel topped glass scent bottles and a set of dressing table jars with owl embossed lids first with coloured guilloche enamelled screw lids delicately decorated with pansies and roses, all contained within a fitted green leather rectangular case with securing strap, together with three brass topped dressing table glass jars of various sizes, the lids embossed with owls (4), height of the leather case 12cm £80-£120

243. A collection of early 19th century and later fobs, watch keys, seals and a steel watch chain to include a gilt citrine and carnelian watch Key, two articulated steel crank watch keys, a gilt bloodstone fob, a paste set watch key, a wheel seal, a novelty pistol handled seal, a gilt curb link Albert watch chain, two Edwardian steel watch chains, etc. (qty), steel chain length 25cm £100-£150 244. An early Victorian rosewood and mother of pearl inlaid sewing box and contents the box with yellow lined fitted interior with compartment to lid and lift out fitted tray containing a novelty gilt brass coffee grinder tape measure, a walnut tape measure, two turned bone barrel shaped thimble cases, tartanware pin cushion and tatting shuttle, a Mauchline ware shuttle and cotton winder decorated with ferns, silver an other thimbles, two perforated card needlebooks and pincushions, both named dated 1833, a reel holder, lace etc., (qty), box width 30.5cm £100-£150

242. Early 19th century and later lady’s vertu to include jet jewellery, misers purses, buttons etc. to include, a faceted jet bead necklace and faceted panel bracelet, a cut steel and woven silk misers purse with original bands, another misers purse, a black silk and floral embroidered reticule, a beadwork purse with gilt frame, a small woven silk coin purse with cut steel beads and frame, a set of gilt brass floral embossed buttons, mother of pearl buckles, a mirror relief embossed with a cats mask with glass eyes, etc. (qty), various £80-£120

245. A Victorian tortoiseshell and pique inlaid card case, a mother of pearl veneered card case, other leather card cases and spectacles first, blue card and silk concertina interior with bone guard pencil, second diaper veneered with hinged cover in an outer rattan case together with a silver inlaid black lacquer aide memoire, a gilt tooled grained leather card case, to other leather cases, a pair of tortoiseshell framed spectacles in a red grained leather case, a pair of a/f faux tortoiseshell lorgnettes (qty), first length 11cm £80-£120

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249. A mid 19th century French leather cased etui and a collection of scent bottle and sewing items first contained in a contained in a gilt line tooled case with engraved cut steel escutcheon, fitted interior silver propelling pencil, thimble, tape measure and ended thread waxer, blue oplaine glass scent bottle and stopper, mother of pearl handled phial, corkscrew, bodkin and crochet hook, cut steel scissors a memoranda board and needles, together with a double ended faceted green glass scent bottle, a George III scent bottle c.1790, of flattened elongated form, engraved with initials MH, a bird and foliage, a novelty carved wood satchel sewing case and contents, a foliate embossed silver bodkin in a sheath, two early 19th century tortoiseshell needle packet cases, a treen rosewood egg shaped thimble case and a spinning top, a turned oak acorn shaped thimble case, a bone double ended pin cushion, bone knitting needles etc. (qty), first height 10.5cm £100-£150 250. A 19th century gold cruciform propelling. pencil, a pair of gilt framed folding spring lorgnettes, a large late Georgian gilt metal quizzing glass and a gilt a gilt pencil first unmarked, of hexagonal cruciform design with sliding action and fitted with a suspension ring, gilt pencil with foliate chased slender hexagonal barrel and hardstone set capital terminal (4), first length 6cm, weight approx. 4.9g £100-£150

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251. Bhupinder Singh of Patiala. An early 20th century silver-gilt portrait miniature brooch oval, watercolour on card, wearing medals, orders, Sash, jewels and turban with, glazed, gold (untested) brooch frame surmounted by a crown, simulated pearl surround, brooch pin, aperture 52-39mm, overall 9 x 6.7cm Bhupinder Singh (1891-38) Maharaja of Patiala (1900-1938) and thence by descent, Indian Royal and sportsman. Captain of the Indian cricket team that toured England in 1911 and for the 1932 Test tour of England in 1932, playing 27 first-class cricket matches between 1915 and 1937 £100-£200 252. Bhupinder Singh of Patiala. An early 20th Century silver-gilt and enamel turban badge Birmingham, 1926 by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd, decorated to centre with a fine enamel portrait of Maharaja Bhupinder, wearing a uniform with medals and orders, and wearing a turban with similar turban badge, surmounted by a crown with pierced radiating border of Indian weapons framed by a wreath, reverse with suspension hook, diameter 7.7cm Please see footnote on Lot 251 £400-£600

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254. A mid 19th century Scottish silver mounted snuff mull unmarked, the hinged domed lid mounted with an amethyst, applied with a vacant shield shaped cartouche, length 10cm £140-£180 255. Horse Racing Interest. A late Victorian silver and enamel matchbox London, 1886 by Thomas Johnson II, of plain rectangular form, the hinged lid decorated with a bay race horse ridden by a jockey wearing the colours of the Duke of Westminster galloping past the finishing post, retailed by W. Thornhill & Co., 144 Bond St W, length 5.2cm, weight approx. 1.63ozt This box almost certainly commemorates the victorious 1886 season of the undefeated racehorse Ormonde (1883-1904). In this year he won the 1886 English Triple Crown: The 2000 Guineas, The Derby and St Leger Stakes in 1886. In same season he also won the St James’s Palace Stakes, Champion Stakes and the Hardwicke Stakes twice £400-£600

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257. A late Victorian silver cased scent bottle and a silver scent bottle first Birmingham, 1898 by Henry Matthews, having hinged domed cap, the hinged body embossed with foliate scrolls, gilt interior, initialled, enclosing a green scent bottle and stopper, second, London, 1884 by Jane Brownett, of plain rectangular with screw fitting mushroom cap fitted with a chain, suspended on chain with finger ring (2), weight approx. 2.54ozt £100-£200 258. An 18th century silver and mother of pearl erotic snuff box unmarked, of plain oval form with reeded borders and stand away hinge, the inset lid with carved mother of pearl panel carved with a classical scene, the interior painted with semiclad female figure in Elizabethan dress holding a sword, initialled J.B, width 9.7cm, weight approx. 4.58ozt £100-£200

259. A mid 18th century silver and mother of pearl snuff box unmarked, oval, stand away hinge, the top naively relief carved with a stag, the base mother of pearl, length 8.5cm £100-£150

260. An 18th century continental silver-gilt rococo snuff box unmarked, possibly German, cartouche shaped and repoussé embossed with foliate scrolls, the hinged cover with raised foliate scroll thumbpiece, interior gilt, length 4cm, weight approx. 0.43ozt £100-£150

256. Sampson & Mordan. A late Victorian novelty silver owl vesta case London, 1895 by Sampson Mordan & Co., modelled as an owl with glass eyes, hinged cover with suspension ring, height 6cm, weight approx. 1.17ozt £200-£300

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261. A pair of modern novelty silver mouse salt and pepper pots Birmingham, Golden Jubilee Hallmark by W W, naturalistically cast sat upright on their haunches, set with ruby eyes (2), height approx. 6cm, weight approx. 3ozt £100-£150

262. An Edwardian cased Art Nouveau silver seven piece cruet set Chester, 1907 by Cohen & Charles, of bellied lozenge form on scroll legs, comprising a pair of pepper pots, a scroll handled mustard pot with hinged domed cover and spoon and four salts and spoon, fitted with blue glass liners, stamped Rd371636, weight approx. 16.64ozt £150-£250

264. A George V presentation silver pint mug, a cigarette case, etc. first Birmingham, 1936, makers mark rubbed, of plain bellied form with leaf scroll handle, on domed foot bearing long service inscription together with a small curved cigarette case with linear engine turned decoration, a late Victorian foliate scroll embossed pot and cover, and folding mother of pearl handled button hook and pocket knife (5), first height 12.8cm, weighable silver approx. 11.8ozt £100-£150 265. A George V silver twin handled trophy cup and other silver London, 1922 by Rosenzweig, Taitelbaum & Co., having ogee shaped bowl with c scroll embossed decoration, on domed pedestal foot, together with a small plain ovoid pepper pot on ball feet, a sugar basin with wavy edge on feet, a small pedestal bonbon dish with pierced decoration, a pair of William IV fiddle pattern sugar tongs, and a thimble (6), first height 13.5cm, weight approx. 12.11ozt £100-£200 266. An Edward VIII silver salver London, 1936 by The Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co., of plain circular design with raised moulded border, on three bracket feet, diameter 24cm, weight approx. 16ozt £150-£250

267. A set of four modernist silver goblets Sheffield, 1977 by Sterling Silverware Ltd, Silver Jubilee Mark, of plain design with feature hallmarks and tapering bowls, on stems with a raised bark effect collar, on a domed foot (4), height approx. 15.5cm, weight approx. 21.46ozt £250-£350

268. A George V novelty silver sugar scuttle and scoop Birmingham, 1927 by Charles Weale, of plain design with two foliate chased handles, on domed foot, height 13cm, weight approx. 9ozt £150-£250 269. A George III silver cream jug, a large Victorian silver on copper twin handled tray and other items first London, 1805, no makers mark, of oval belied panelled form with reeded angular handle and rims in on ball feet, foliate bright cut decoration, initialled, second foliate engraved with reticulated sides fruiting vine cast rim and leaf scroll handles, a set of six Coalport Kings ware Canton pattern coffee cans on saucers with a set of six silver coffee spoon with bean terminals on a plated stand, a four bottle Victorian plated cruet stand a cased set of fish servers with mother of pearl handles, a cased set of mother pearl handled tea knives, etc. (qty), weight approx. 5.73ozt. tray handle to handle 69cm £100-£150

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 270. A set Norwegian .830 Dobbel Rokokko pattern set of six coffee spoons and sugar spoon, a toast rack and other silver first marked 830S marked for Bordrene Lohnem pierced foliate cast stems, together with an arched four division toast rack, Sheffield 1936 by James Dixon & Sons Ltd, a pair of dwarf candlesticks with weighted bases, a Victorian style embossed bonbon dish, a small plain bellied milk jug with scroll handle a matching sugar basin, both initialled M.B., and a boxed Kings pattern handled cake slice (qty), various, weighable silver approx. 12ozt £150-£250

277 274. A modern Indian silver presentation card tray stamped Silver, circular with piecrust border and beaded rim, engraved ‘Happy Anniversary … 1983), diameter 18.2cm, weight approx. 5.75ozt £50-£80

271. Ø A George VI silver muffin dish Birmingham, 1937 by Adie Brothers, of plain circular design with moulded shaped rim, the domed cover with ivory finial handle, fitted with an interior liner, height 14.5cm, diameter 18cm, weight approx. 21ozt IMPORTANT NOTE: This item has been registered as exempt from the UK Ivory Act 2018. Ivory declaration submission reference: NBLMGDRF £250-£350 272. A late 19th century Indian Colonial silver six bottle cruet frame Madras by P. Orr, stamped Silver/ ORR/6, of plain design with lobed outline supporting a six division frame with central carrying handle, on compressed ball feet, fitted with six faceted cut glass bottle with played fittings, weight of frame only approx. 20.23ozt £250-£350 273. A George III Old English pattern soup ladle and an 18th century punch ladle first London, 1794, makers mark rubbed, crested, second unmarked, having plain circular plain bowl with tooled rim and twisted baleen handle with silver terminal, initialled W over I.M (2), first length 36cm, weight approx. 5.77ozt £100-£150

275. A late Victorian silver dinner plate London, 1899 by William Comyns, of plain circular form with beaded borders, diameter 24cm, weight approx. 17.72ozt £200-£250

276. A George III silver mustard pot London, 1812 by Rebecca Emes and Edward Barnard, of oblong bellied form with a fluted central girdle and gadrooned border, the hinged domed stepped cover with a shell thumbpiece and fluted finial, angular handle, on rim foot, clear glass liner, initialled, height 8.5cm, weight approx. 4.39ozt £80-£120

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277. A late Victorian silver twin handled dish London, 1897 by Charles Edwards, oval with shaped sides and cast, lobed and foliate scroll repoussé decoration, the pierced twin handles cast with maidens masks, palmettes and scrolls, handle to handle 25.7cm, weight approx. 6.97ozt £80-£120 278. A collection of George II, George III and later silver to include a pair of salts, a bottle coaster, a pepper caster and a cream boat first a pair of George II cauldron salts, 1743 by Edward Wood, plain on stepped hood feet, initialled, fitted with blue glass liners, together with a coaster, London, 1797, makers mark indistinct, plain engraved with a vacant wreath reserve, turned mahogany base, an ogee baluster form pepper caster, London, 1778 by Thomas Daniel, a small cream boat, London, 1786 by Samuel Godbehere, of typical form with punched border and leaf scroll handle on trefid feet, a small jug, London, other marks rubbed of tapering form with angular handle decorated with reeded bands and a plated cabbage leaf dish (7), first diameter 11.2cm, weighable silver approx. 12.84ozt £200-£300 279. A collection of Victorian and later silver various date and makers, to include a twin handled sugar basin, crested, a German Hanau cream boat with London import marks and pseudo French marks, a six division toast rack, a fiddle pattern sauce ladle, initialled, five fiddle pattern teaspoons, cased set of six coffee spoons, a baluster form pepper caster, a bright cut butter knife, another butter knife, three napkin rings, odd teaspoons, a set of eleven mother of pearl handled fruit knives and forks, etc. (qty), various, weight approx. 27.38ozt £300-£400

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280. A George IV silver wine funnel London, 1821 by Rebecca Emes & Edward Barnard, of plain circular tapering form in two sections, with three ribbed supports, gadroon border, shell clip and detachable muslin ring, initialled, height 13cm, weight approx. 3.98ozt £200-£300

283. A collection of silver to include a George V silver swing handled preserve pot and cover and a late 19th century German .800 Rococo cast table salt and spoon first Birmingham, 1920 by Henry Williamson Ltd, fitted with a clear glass liner, second, German marks, oval with foliate surround on scroll feet, well gilt, an Edwardian octagonal baluster form sugar caster with presentation inscription, a William IV fiddle pattern sauce ladle, London, 1823 by William Bateman I, crested, an oval mustard pot with blue glass liner, a silver topped faceted clear glass scent bottle, an ogee baluster form pepper pot, a silver lidded cut glass preserve pot, a plated urn shaped pepper caster etc. (qty), first height weighable silver approx. 21ozt £200-£300 284. A cased George V silver christening cup and a quantity of silver first Sheffield, 1927 by James Dixon and Son, of plain design on spreading foot, stamped Rd No 52065, a modern baluster cream jug in George III style, a Victorian silver fiddle pattern sauce ladle initialled, a George III berried sifter spoon, a cased set of six Pembury pattern grapefruit spoons by Goldmsiths & Silversmiths Co., a set of fourteen coffee spoons, the stems pierced with the initials A.P.G.C., a salt with blue glass liner, kings pattern silver handled cheese knife and cake slice, a cased set of six silver handled stainless steel bladed tea knives, etc. (qty), various, weighable silver approx. 25.7ozt £300-£350 285. An Edwardian small silver askos shaped jug Chester, 1909 by Pearce & Son, of plain oval bellied form with overslung scroll handle, on a spreading oval foot, height 9.5cm, weight approx. 3.76ozt £80-£120

281. An early 18th century German parcel-gilt chalice cup marked for Augsburg 1736-7, makers mark IAS, embossed with floral medallions, laurel garlands and stiff leaf bands, on a knopped stem and domed spreading octofoil foot, height 25.3cm, weight approx. 16.90ozt £800-£1,200 282. Two modern presentation prize silver armada dishes first London, 1978 by John Henry Odell, typical plain design with feature hallmarks bearing inscription ‘Supreme Cattle Champion Kent Agricultural Show 1979 Sponsored by National Westminster Bank limited, Second, London, 1973 by William Comyns & Sons Ltd, similarly engraved (2), first diameter 22.1cm, weight approx. 25.69ozt £300-£400

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287. A George V silver sauce boat Sheffield, 1929 by Walker Hall, of plain typical form with scroll handle and foliate borders and rims, on an octagonal spreading foot, stamped 51893, length 19.7cm, weight 8.4ozt £100-£150 A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 9 6 .


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292. A set of six modernist silver and silver-gilt goblets designed by Christopher Lawrence London, 1971 by C J Vander Ltd, the circular tapering bowls with matted textured bark finish, on gilt tapering stems and a circular foot with conforming textured border, gilt interiors (6), height 12.5cm, weight approx. 55.96ozt £700-£900

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293. A modernist silver tray by Christopher Lawrence London, 1971 by Christopher Nigel Lawrence, rectangular with a raised plain border, matted textured bark finish to centre, bears presentation inscription verso, 35.5 x 29cm, weight approx 36.3ozt £500-£700 294. A George V silver four piece tea service Sheffield, 1919 by Lee & Wigfull, of plain tapering design with a moulded girdle and wavy edged rims on shell capped scroll feet, comprising tea pot and baluster form hot water jug with ebonised handles and hinged domed covers with knop finials, a sugar basin and a helmet shaped cream jug (4), Teapot handle to spout 25cm, weight approx. 46.75ozt £500-£700

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295 295. An Edwardian silver three piece tea service Sheffield, 1905 by Thomas Bradbury & Sons, of plain oval bellied form with wavy edged flared rim, comprising teapot with ebonised handle and hinged domed cover with knop finial, twin handled sugar basin and cream boat (3), teapot handle to spout weight approx. 32.42ozt £300-£500

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296. A George III provincial silver teapot Newcastle, 1784 by John Mitchison, of straight sided shaped oval form with serpentine outline having fluted spout, fruitwood scroll loop handle and hinged cover with oval knop finial, bright cut engraved with foliate swags, initialled F to one side, the other later initialled H and bearing the date 20.2.49, handle to spout 27cm, height 13.5cm, weight approx. 15.6ozt £200-£300

297. A George V silver three piece tea set Birmingham, 1932 by D U Co., of plain circular bellied form on a circular foot, comprising a teapot with ebonised scroll handle and hinged domed cover with knop finial, a twin handled sugar basin and a milk jug (3), teapot handle to spout 25cm, weight approx. 19.77ozt £200-£250

298. An Edwardian silver teapot Chester, 1906 by Walker & Hall, of oblong bellied half fluted/ reeded form with gadrooned border, the hinged domed cover with fluted ebonised knop finial and handled, on ball feet, crested and bearing motto ‘Vici”, handle to spout 27cm, weight approx. 32.96ozt £350-£450

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299. A George III silver teapot London, 1790 by Peter & Ann Bateman, of plain oval form with tapering straight spout, hinged domed cover, beaded borders, and fruitwood scroll handle and knop finial, initialled to base J H, handle to spout 15.5cm, weight approx. 11.7ozt £200-£300 300. A Victorian silver sugar bowl London, 1856 by George Adams, circular with moulded rim and chased with a scroll framed vacant reserve and trailing foliate decoration, on a circular foot, diameter approximately 13.5cm, weight 6.02ozt £80-£120

301. A George IV silver melon form cream jug London, 1827 by John Wakefield, of squat melon form with scroll handle on a spreading base interior gilt, crested, height 10.7cm, weight approx. 8.81ozt £140-£180

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302. An Arts & Crafts silver cream jug Chester, 1901 by George Nathan & Ridley Hayes, of plain baluster form, acanthus leaf scroll handle and tooled border, decorated with shaped repoussé panels, against a plannished field, interior gilt, height 14cm, weight approx. 4.56ozt £100-£150 303. Grosjean & Woodward for Tiffany & Co. A mid 19th century silver hot milk jug c.1854, stamped Tiffany & Co., 8097 G&W English Sterling 925-1000 4 550 Broadway N-Y, of baluster form, repoussé embossed with scrolling foliate decoration, leaf spout, hinged domed cover with fluted knop finial, ebony scroll handle, on spreading foot lobed foot, gadrooned rims, height 20cm, approx. 14.67ozt £300-£400 304. George III and later silver spoons various dates and makers, comprising a pair of later berried old English pattern tablespoons with gilt bowls, London, 1791, makers mark W.S, crested, an early Victorian fiddle pattern sauce ladle, London, 1841 by Charles Boyton, crested, together with two other tablespoons, initialled, and various teaspoons (qty), first length 21.5cm, weight approx. 13.75ozt £150-£200

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305. A George IV six setting part canteen of fiddle thread and shell pattern flatware London, 1821/22 by William Chawner, comprising six table forks, six dessert spoons and six dessert forks, crested (18), length of table forks 20.2cm, weight approx. 40.23ozt £500-£700 306. A set of six Scottish late George III silver teaspoons and a set six George III bright cut old English pattern teaspoons first Edinburgh, 1816 by Robert Gray & Son, crest initialled WL and bearing the motto ‘Hinc Odor Et Sanitas” for the Liddell family, second, London, 1802 by Thomas Wallis, crested (12), first length 14.1cm, weight approx. 6.12ozt £80-£120 307. A pair of George III silver fiddle pattern tablespoons and other 19th century flatware first London, 1815 by William Bateman, initialled, three assorted Old English pattern dessert spoons, a fiddle shell and thread table and dessert fork, a Victorian fiddle shell and thread dessert fork and spoon christening set initialled and dated 9 Novr 1868 and a fiddle and thread dessert spoon (10), first length 22cm, weight approx. 18.1ozt £180-£200

308. Five matched George III bright cut Old English pattern tablespoons two London 1776 by Thomas Northcote, three London, 1783 by Richard Crossley, crested (5), length 21.5cm, weight approx. 10.93ozt £150-£250 309. A set of twelve Edwardian Old English thread pattern teaspoons Chester, 1906 by Walker & Hall, crested bearing motto ‘Vici’ (12), length 13.1cm, weight approx. 10.52ozt £100-£200 310. A set of six Scottish William IV silver Kings pattern toddy ladles Edinburgh, 1836 by Adam Mossman & Sons, initialled C (6), length approx. 15cm, weight approx. 5.17ozt £100-£200 311. A quantity of 19th century and later silver flatware various dates, makers, to include assorted tablespoons, forks, teaspoons, a cased set of six George V teaspoons and a cased set of six silver bladed tea knives with mother of pearl handles (qty), various, weighable silver approx. 41.55ozt £500-£600

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312. A George IV silver Old English pattern basting spoon and a 19th century plated server first London, 1823 by William Eaton, initialled, second unmarked, tapering ring turned ebony handle (2), first length 30.2cm, weight approx. 4ozt £60-£90 313. A pair of George III bright cut Old English pattern tablespoon, another pair of Old English pattern tablespoons and two others first London, 1793 by George Gray, initialled EL, second, London, 1790 by Thomas Wallis II, initialled C over T * B A, another Old English pattern tablespoon by Peter, Ann and William Bateman and a George IV fiddle pattern tablespoon (6), first length 21.5cm, weight approx. 10.79ozt £140-£180

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317 314. A set of twelve William IV Scottish fiddle pattern teaspoons and a pair of sugar tongs and various assorted George III Scottish Old English pattern teaspoons spoons and tongs Edinburgh, 1883 by Thomas A Finlayson, the tongs with shell terminals, initialled L, other various dates, makers, etc. (qty), first teaspoon length 13.7cm, weight approx. 12.39ozt £140-£180 315. A collection of George III and later silver to include teaspoons various dates, makers marks, to include: a set of matched six Old English pattern teaspoons, of which five London, 1790 by Peter & Jonathan Bateman, initialled C over T*B.; a matched set of twelve fiddle pattern teaspoons, some initialled L, an Old English pattern dessert spoon engraved Emma, 1810; a pair of George III Old English pattern salts spoons and matching mustard spoon, initialled; a pair of William IV fiddle pattern salt spoons initialled L; a pair of Victorian fiddle pattern sugar tongs, etc. (qty), first length 13cm, weight approx. 14.54ozt £150-£200 316. A pair of George III silver Old English pattern sauce ladles, and a cased set of six George V silver coffee spoons with bean terminals first London, 1777 by John Lambe, second Sheffield, 1921 by Cooper Brothers, and two cruet spoons (4), first length 17cm, weight approx. 5ozt £70-£90

318. A German novelty .800 naturalistic silver chick pepper pot, an Edwardian small novelty pig pincushion and a pill box first stamped 800, German control marks, makers mark indistinct, in the form of a standing chick with pull off head, second Birmingham, 1906 by Adie and Lovekin, third, Chester, 1890, no makers mark, of ovoid lobed form with hinged lid and gilt interior (3), first height 5.3cm, weighable silver approx. 2.61ozt £80-£120 319. A collection of silver and plated items to include a Dunhill Tallboy table lighter and a set of four decanter labels silver items to include a set of four modern decanter labels, London, 1976 by J & J W. of plain square design with cut initials B, F, S and W suspended on chains, Norwegian .830 Tele pattern sugar and butter knife by Brodrene Mylius, a pistol grip handled paper knife, a cased pair of napkin rings with linear engine turned decoration, an embossed snuff box and shovel, a caged scent bottle and funnel, an engine turned toothpick and pill box, a Mexican thimble a sugar spoon and a pair of sugar tongs, together with a plated Mappin & Webb table bell, a pair Lily pattern grape shears and bottle opener with presentation inscription etc., the table lighter with gilt textured finish, bearing initials (qty), weight approx. 8.46ozt £100-£200

320. A large cased Edward VIII silver-gilt Coronation Anointing Spoon and other silver and electroplate first Birmingham, 1936 by Elkington & Co. together with silver to include a pair of Victorian knife rests, London, 1862 by Charles Boyton (II), a trumpet shaped spill vase with weighted base, a pierced oval mustard pot with blue glass liner, a small pair of sugar tongs, two napkin rings, etc, together with a cased set of twelve Belgian plated oyster forks, engraved ‘la Cigogne’ and a set of twelve Christofle Art Deco ‘Raquette’ knife rests designed by Luc Lanel, etc. (qty), first length 25.3cm, weighable silver approx., 9.1ozt £140-£180 321. A pair of George V silver mounted cut glass scent bottles and stoppers, a pair candlesticks and other silver first London, 1926 by Henry Perkins & Son, having clear hobnail cut bodies of shouldered tapering form, fitted with spire stoppers, second Birmingham, 1930 by I. S. Greenberg & Co. plain the moulded borders and weighted bases, together with a silver mounted clear hobnail cut glass powder pot and cover and a small continental .900 silver repoussé mirror with suspension chain attached (5), first height 17cm £80-£120 322. A George III silver vinaigrette and another first Birmingham, 1813 by Samuel Pemberton, of curved rectangular form with canted corners, the hinged lid with bright cut border, interior gilt engraved ‘Anne’ with hinged pierce grille, second Birmingham, 1832 by Nathaniel Mills, the rectangular body with concave sides decorated with bright-cut engraving, slightly domed lid within engraved a central tablet within foliate borders, the gilt interior with hinged pierced grille (2), first 3.1 x 2cm £100-£150

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327. A matched pair of William IV/ early Victorian silver ‘Madeira’ and ‘Whisky’ wine labels, a Scottish ‘Madeira’ label c.1830 and George IV ‘Claret’ label first Birmingham, 1832/1840 by Taylor and Perry, embossed with Bacchus mask, fruiting vines with leaves, scrolls and Rocaille, third, makers mark only DCR for David Crichton Rait, Glasgow, fourth London, 1828 by Mary Ann & Charles Riley, ‘Claret’, shell acanthus and gadroon border, all on chains (4), first width 4.7cm, weight approx. 1.1ozt £100-£150

328. A Japanese silver and mixed metal cigarette case c.1930, a cased Churchill commemorative medallion etc. first stamped sterling, of concave form, decorated with lake landscape with views of Mount Fuji, second The Rt Hon. Sir Winston SpencerChurchill, KG, OM. Ch. 1874-1965, in a fitted Toye, Kenning & Spencer case, together with two Indian .999. silver proof temple tokens in capsules (4), first 9.5 x 8.3cm, weight approx. 5.78ozt £80-£120

331. Victorian and later novelty silver to include a Punch pin tray, a Cutch style silver mounted inkwell, a top hat pin cushion and two miniature chambersticks first Chester, 1894 by Edward Durban & Co., rectangular, repoussé embossed with Mr Punch and his dog, second, Birmingham, 1911 by J Boseck & Co, the clear glass cylinder well with hobnail cut base with hinged silver lid and sleeve repoussé decorated with Indian style village scenes, stamped Regd 581746, third Birmingham, 1903 by William Aitken, the chambersticks, both by William Comyns, of heart shape with heart shaped drip pans, and ropetwist loop handles, one plain the other with wrythen fluted embossed decoration (5), first 10.5 x 7.7cm, weighable silver approx. 2.76ozt £100-£200

329. An Edwardian silver four division cigar case Birmingham, 1906 by Clark & Sewell, of rectangular form with foliate engraved decoration, interior gilt, bears presentation inscription ‘Presented to G.P.Pearson Runner Up championship Alexandra Palace Indoor B.C. 1924’, length 13cm, weight approx. 4.75ozt £120-£180 330. An early Victorian cast silver taperstick London, 1850 by James Charles Edington, tapering stem and spreading triform base pierced with c scrolls and decorated in relief with masks and fruit, detachable drip pan, height 14.2cm, weight approx. 2.81ozt £150-£200

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332. A late Victorian silver heart shaped trinket box and cover London, 1884 by William Hunter & Son, the pull off cover embossed in raised relief with a pansy, bears Child & Child retailers mark, length 7.8cm, weight approx. 1.97ozt £80-£120

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334. A George III ogee baluster cream jug and christening mug first lion passant and makers mark only by Samuel Meriton II, half fluted and embossed with swags, scroll handle, on a domed foot with gadroon border, beaded rims, initialled, second, London, 1810 by Thomas Wallis (II) & Jonathan Hayne, plain barrel form with two reeded bands and angular handle (2), first height 12cm, weight approx. 6.66ozt £100-£150 335. Modern silver to include a pair of novelty pheasant knife rests and a ‘Just A Thimbleful’ spirit measure first Birmingham, 1967 by Bishtons Ltd, second Birmingham, 1951 by P H Vogel & Co, in the form of a thimble, together with a shell shaped dish, Birmingham, 1973 by William Adams, the bowl with foliate chased decoration, on scroll feet, and a plain arched rectangular strut back double photograph frame with ribbon an reed border and twin oval apertures (5), first length 9.6cm, weight approx. 6.99ozt £100-£150

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336. A naturalistically cast silver figure of a standing donkey London, 1972 by SMD, height 5.6cm, length 6.7cm, weight approx. 2.98ozt £100-£150 337. A William IV silver melon form pounce pot London, 1833, no makers mark, of tapering lobed melon form, with pierced domed cover with bud finial, on a domed foot, initialled, height 7.5cm, weight approx. 2.03ozt £70-£90 338. A collection of mostly 19th century and later silver, Old Sheffield plate and electroplated items silver items to include a small late Victorian embossed cream boat with gilt interior, Birmingham, 1891 by John Milward Banks, a meat skewer with plain ring handle, a pair of late Victorian foliate engraved napkin rings, number I + 2, an engine turned pair of napkin rings, a silver gilt anointing spoon, a pair of apostle sugar tongs, unmarked, together with a pair of novelty plated knife rests in the form of goalposts with a football, an aesthetic electroplated chamber stick by Walker and Hall in the manner of Dr Dresser, and Old Sheffield plate to include a fruit stand, a teapot, a pint tankard and pair of candlesticks, etc. (qty), silver weight approx. 10.12ozt £80-£120

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339. George III and later silver to include A William IV folding knife in original case, a pair of scissor action sugar tongs and a caddy spoon first, Sheffield, 1833, maker mark indistinct, foliate engraved mother of pearl grip handle, in a gilt tooled red grained leather case, second, lion passant mark and makers mark only, London by Jonathan Hayne, initialled, together with a pair of bright cut sugar tongs with acorn terminals, lion passant and makers mark only, London by Hester Bateman, a caddy shovel with engraved stem, Birmingham, 1812 by John Thropp, initialled JH, a pair of mother of pearl handled butter knives, Birmingham, 1848 by Hilliard and Thomason and another folding knife (7), first length 14.6cm, weighable silver approx. 2.26ozt £100-£150 340. An early 19th century bright cut silver rattle maker mark only, with whistle, suspension ring, eight bells in two tiers and coral teether, initialled, WLL, length 13.5cm £80-£120

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341. A George III silver vinaigrette, a bright cut pill box, a plated sovereign case and other silver items first Birmingham, 1820 by Thomas & William Simpson, rectangular cushion form, chased foliate decoration, gilt interior with hinged pierced grille, second, unmarked, circular, bearing a shield shaped reserve and initials, together with foliate chased chatelaine pencil and a Victorian mother pearl handled folding fruit knife (5), first length 27mm, weight approx. 1.19ozt £80-£120

344. An early 20th century Burmese silver dish unmarked, circular with raised shaped border embossed with paired Fo dogs, scrolling foliate border to centre, bears inscription, diameter 18cm, weight approx. 4.32ozt £70-£90

342. A George V silver box, a silver and tortoiseshell trinket box and a silver Art Deco manicure set on stand first Birmingham, 1920 by Henry Matthews, of plain oval serpentine outline with hinged domed cover on four legs, blue silk and velvet lined, second, Birmingham, 1918 by Levi & Salaman, circular with domed cover on feet, third, Birmingham, 1937 by Crisford & Norris, on an ebonised plinth base (3), first width 11cm £80-£120

345. A 19th century Indian silver mounted carved nut salt a pepper pot and an open salt first unmarked, the nut bodies finely carved with scrolling foliate decoration, the pepper with bayonet fitting pierced over in the form of a peacock, on three feet, second, probably Lucknow, continuous chased decoration with an elephant, tiger and trees, feet with spoon with coin bowl (4), first height 8cm, weighable silver approx. .94ozt £100-£150

343. Two Indian colonial silver cigarette cases, assorted 19th century Belgian .800 fiddle and thread flatware and other silver the cigarette cases both square, one engine turned, marked silver, the other plain cushion form, unmarked, second, Belgian control marks, comprising six dessert spoons and two dessert forks, initialled, a pair of continental sugar tongs with lion paw terminals, a napkin ring, etc. (qty), weight approx. 19.17ozt £200-£300

346. A small Chinese export silver card case c.1900 indistinct makers mark, Chinese character mark, of plain rectangular form with hinged cover, decorated in raised relief with flowering, height 8.5cm, width weight approx. 2.56ozt £100-£150 347. An early 20th century Chinese export silver vase unmarked, of shouldered tapering form, decorated in relief with songbirds perched in blossoming prunus branches, height 10.5cm. 3.63ozt £80-£120

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348. A 20th century Persian .84 silver table cigarette box Persian marks, probably Isfahan, of rectangular form with hinged lid and finely chased decorated, on bracket feet, length 16cm, weight approx. 12.28ozt £100-£200 349. An early 20th century French silver plated twelve setting canteen of flatware comprising twelve dinner forks, twelve table spoons, twelve dessert forks, twelve tablespoons, twelve dinner and dessert knives with steel blades, a soup ladle, a basting spoon, a carving knife and fork and a pair of salad servers with horn spoon and fork, in a fitted case with lift out trays, table fork length 21.6cm £100-£200 350. An early 20th century German silver plated twelve setting Louis XV style canteen of flatware comprising twelve table forks, twelve tablespoons, twelve table and dessert knives fitted with steel Rosfrei Solingen blades, twelve desert forks, twelve cake forks, seven teaspoons, in two fitted nesting trays, length of table forks 21.6cm £80-£120

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 351. An Edwardian 18ct gold keyless half hunter pocket watch the white enamel dial with Roman numerals, minute track and blue steel hands, movement numbered 152198, the case with blue enamel chapter ring, case later fitted with lugs to be worn as a wristwatch, dial diameter 31mm, case diameter 37mm, gross weight 40.1g £300-£500 352. A 9ct gold cased Benson half hunter keyless pocket watch marked London, 1939, white enamel dial with black Roman numerals, minute track subsidiary dial and blued steel, hands, Recta 15 jewels movement blue enamel outer chapter ring, bears presentation inscription inside of front cover ‘Presented to E. J. Bolwell By the Dean and Chapter of St Pauls June 1940, in original Benson case, dial diameter 42mm, case diameter 49mm, gross weight approx. 86.5g £300-£400 353. A late 19th century Swiss 18K gold open faced keyless pocket watch c.1900 white enamel dial with black Roman numerals and minute track, case back engraved with initials, dial diameter 34mm, case diameter 35mm, gross weight 42.1g £250-£350 354. A late 19th century American Waltham 18ct gold open faced keyless pocketwatch white enamel dial with black Roman numerals and minute track, the movement signed A.M. Watch Co. Waltham, Mass. Royal 3198958, dial diameter 37mm, case diameter 39mm, gross weight 53g £300-£400 355. An American Waltham 10C gold open faced keyless pocket watch c.1900 white enamel with black Arabic numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds dial, signed A.W C. Waltham, movement numbered, 3999449, dust cover marked, case back engraved with buckle crest and motto Execi, dial diameter 44mm, case diameter 48mm, gross weight approx. 88.4g £300-£400

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356. A George IV 18ct gold verge fusee open faced pocket watch circular engine turned silver dial with raised Roman numerals, and subsidiary seconds dial, movement signed Kemshead & Son Manchester N664, case marked for London, 1829, engine turned case back, dial diameter 50mm, case diameter 52mm £600-£800 357. A late Victorian silver open faced pocket watch and four lady’s silver fob watches first white enamel dial with black Roman Numerals, minute track and subsidiary dial signed E. Squire, Chertsey, lever movement, engine turned case back with vacant cartouche, others, mostly Swiss with foliate engraved cases (5), first case diameter 51mm £70-£100 358. A late 19th century Swiss 18ct gold open faced pocket watch white enamel dial with black Roman numerals, minute markers and blued steel moon hands, lever movement, case stamped 18K and numbered 14265, engine turned back, dial diameter 30mm, case diameter 32mm, gross weight approx. 22.5cm £200-£300 359. A 9ct gold American Waltham keyless full hunter pocket watch white enamel dial with black Roman numerals, seconds markers and subsidiary dial, signed American Waltham Watch Co., movement signed and numbered 8261905, inside of front cover engraved with Regimental presentation inscription, dial diameter 45mm, case diameter 51mm, gross weight 81.5g £200-£300 360. A 9ct rose gold curblink Albert watch chain and a Waltham USA gold plated keyless pocket watch first with t bar and clip each linked stamped 9ct, second white enamel dial with Arabic numerals, minute track and subsidiary dial, movement Waltham, numbered 27139412, the case stamped Dennison, engine turned back with buckle cartouche (2), chain length 38cm, weight approx. 40.5g £400-£500

361. A silver full hunter keyless pocket watch and Albert curblink watch chain, a lady’s silver half hunter pocket watch etc. first engine turned case with buckle framed cartouche, marked for Birmingham, 1913 by Dennison, white enamel dial with Roman numerals, minute track and subsidiary dial, the chain tapering to either end with T bar and clip, second with foliate chased case and outer blue enamel chapter ring, together with a Swiss open faced pocket watch and a golfing silver fob (4), first diameter 53mm, weighable silver approx. 1.08ozt £50-£80 362. An George III silver verge fusee pair case pocket watch white enamel dial with black Roman numerals, outer Arabic outer minutes and minute marks, the movement with pierced and scroll engraved balance cock, case marked for London, 1789, dial diameter 55cm £80-£120 363. An American Waltham 10C gold open faced keyless pocket watch c.1900 white enamel dial with black Arabic numerals, minute track and blued steel hands, the movement signed A.M. Watch co. Waltham, Mass Royal, numbered 3045082, dust cover marked 10C case back engraved with and monogram, in a fitted red leather case, dial diameter 36mm, case diameter 39mm, gross weight approx. 49.3g £100-£200

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364. A Gentleman’s Breitling Navitimer Chronograph stainless steel manual wind wristwatch serial No 1321, the circular black dial with luminous Arabic numerals, baton markers, silver subsidiary dials for hours minutes and seconds, rotating bezel, in original box with paper work and with original receipt from 1965, case width approx 4cm £1,800-£2,500 365. An Omega gold plated gentleman’s automatic wristwatch with champagne coloured dial with applied baton numerals, calendar aperture, and circular case, width of dial approximately 3.4cm £100-£150

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366. A 9ct gold 1960s Rolex Oyster Perpetual Air King Precision automatic wristwatch the silvered dial with baton and Arabic numerals, sweep seconds, marked on the reverse of the lugs 375, replaced brown leather strap, width of dial 33mm £1,200-£1,800 367. A Gentleman’s 1960s 18K gold Juvenia automatic bracelet wristwatch a rectangular dial with raised baton numerals, articulated gold bracelet, the case marked 18K 750, total weight approx 64g £1,000-£1,500

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 371. A gold plated gentleman’s Omega Seamaster Cosmic automatic bracelet wristwatch the silvered dial with raised batons and luminous markers, date aperture, with flexible bracelet, case number 166036, width of case approx 3.7cm £200-£300

374. A lady’s gold plated Omega Automatic De Ville Dynamic wristwatch light brown dial, white baton numerals, date just, together with stainless steel Omega Geneva lady’s bracelet wristwatch with expandable bracelet (2), width of case of the former 3.7cm £60-£80

372. A Gentleman’s Omega Constellation chronometer automatic gold plated wristwatch serial number 20000814, the silvered dial with raised batons, 24 jewel movement and date aperture, gold plated bracelet, the reverse of the case with personalised inscription, case width 3.5cm approx £200-£300

375. A Longines lady’s 9ct gold quartz Presence bracelet wristwatch with gold circular dial with baton numerals, the bezel with woven effect, woven gold bracelet marked 375, Marked on the reverse of the case and also the clasp. The glass scratched a little. The movement not tested or guaranteed £200-£300

373. Three gentleman’s vintage wristwatches comprising a stainless steel Art Deco Rotary watch with gilt square dial Arabic numerals, subsidiary dial, together with a manual wind Garrard stainless steel wristwatch with silvered circular dial and Arabic numerals and presentation inscription to reverse, and a Rodana gentleman’s gilt and stainless steel wristwatch (3), the former width of dial approx 2.7cm £80-£120

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376. An Omega ladies 9ct gold bracelet automatic wristwatch the circular dial with raised batons, the textured bracelet marked on the clasp 375, total weight 21g £150-£250 377. A Bulova 9ct gold lady’s quartz bracelet watch the circular gold coloured dial with baton numerals, the stiff bracelet marked on the clasp and on the reverse of the case 375, total weight approx 22.1g £150-£250

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378. Two double row cultured pearl necklaces each of the 7mm cultured pearls necklaces with either an oval citrine and half pearl cluster clasp or a single diamond-set openwork clasp, minimum length 62cm and 64cm respectively, combined gross weight 156.0g £150-£250

380. A two row cultured pearl necklace with gem-set cluster clasp the slightly graduated cultured pearls measuring 9mm-7mm in diameter to the sapphire and diamond-set octafoil cluster clasp, Mappin and Webb case, minimum length 46cm, 75.8g £300-£500

379. An opal and diamond pendant on chain the ovoid white opal with a two stone diamond surmount stamped ‘750’, suspended from a 18ct yellow gold trace link chain necklace, pendant length 1.4cm, width 0.7cm, combined gross weight 3g £80-£120

381. A sapphire and diamondset necklace the wirework front section set with five pear-shaped sapphires with six diamond highlights to the box link back chain, Continental marks; together with a fine fancy link bracelet stamped ‘375’, necklace length 39cm, combined gross weight 8.3g £200-£300

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385. A 1970s Continental fringe necklace marked 9 .375 for 9ct London import marks, each textured graduated fringe with spaces and safety chain, total length without safety chain 41cm, weight 32g £300-£500 386. A lapis lazuli and pendant medallion necklace the lapis beads (untested) with various ornate spacers suspending an oval engraved plaque collet-set to the centre with an oval lapis lazuli bead, necklace length 45cm, gross weight 69.9g £200-£250 387. Two pendants on chain necklaces an ankh suspended from a two coloured fancy link necklace stamped ‘750’, length 50cm; an Egyptian pendant with stylised hieroglyphs suspended from a box link chain necklace, length 41.5cm, combined gross weight 25.4g £400-£500

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388. An early 19th century citrine and yellow gold pendant the cross composed of three rectangular and one pendeloque citrine collets to the floral, foliate and scrolling wirework yellow gold frame, the associated yellow gold oval link chain necklace stamped ‘9’ with box clasp, pendant 5.3cm x 3.8cm approx, necklace length 42cm, combined gross weight 10.8g £150-£250

392. Three multi gem-set jewels a fringe necklace, a long necklace and a bracelet, all spectacle-set with a variety of variously - coloured gems including garnet, citrine, tourmaline and amethyst, the fringe necklace with one drop detached and one unmounted stone (3), length 42cm, 64cm, and 17cm respectively, combined gross weight 34.8g £200-£300

389. A cannetille work patée fitched cross pendant suspended from a fancy link chain necklace cross length 3.2cm, 3.7g; necklace length 55cm, 4.4g £200-£300

393. A 9ct gold fancy link gate bracelet the four bar fancy links with textured outer bars and heart shaped lock marked 375, with safety chain, weight approx 17.2g £200-£300

390. An Art and Crafts synthetic blue spinel and enamel pendant on chain in the manner of Bernard Instone the oval openwork pendant with a central blue spinel collet set above the green and blue enamelled foliate and berry border suspended from a fancy link chain necklace, the front section with similar decoration, length 2.6cm, width 1.9cm, necklace length 41cm £80-£120 391. An attractive early 20th century paste and silver tassel necklace and matching flexible link bracelet set with pale blue paste collets with colourless paste detail (2), necklace length 40cm, bracelet length 18cm, combined gross weight 60.g £100-£150

394. A 9ct charm bracelet with 22ct band the bracelet marked on the twisted curb links .375, with a number of 9ct charms, wishing well, boot, sapphire and diamond miniature ring, with a 9ct ring with untested cultured pearl, total weight 40g, 22ct band alone approx 8.9g £500-£700 395. A four bar 9ct gold bracelet the outer twisted bar marked 9, with heart shaped padlock also marked 9ct with safety chain, weight 16g £200-£300

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409. A two coloured flexible openwork bracelet some links with crosshatched decoration, the concealed clasp stamped ‘750’, length 19.5cm, 36.6g £800-£1,200

403. A 9ct gold bark effect articulated bracelet with safety chain and push clasp, weight approx, 51.5g, width of bracelet 2cm £500-£600

400. A 9ct gold charm bracelet with large flat twisted curb links each marked 9 .375, and a large number of charms mostly marked 9ct including tortoise, shopping basket, mouse, cockerel and Brighton Pavilion, with a heart shaped padlock also marked 9ct, approx 106g £1,000-£1,500

404. A sapphire and diamond-set line bracelet each of the 26 clusters centrally-set with an oval mixed-cut sapphire within a border of brilliant-cut diamonds to the concealed clasp with Sheffield hallmark for 18ct white gold, length 19.5cm, 15g £1,500-£2,500 405. An Annoushka fine chain initial bracelet with pierced diamond initial for ‘S’, in original pouch and retail box, total weight approx 1.7g £70-£90 406. A 9ct gold curb link bracelet marked several links .375, with heart shaped padlock and safety chain, total weight approx 26.5g £280-£320

401. An 18ct gold fancy link bracelet marked on the reverse of the clasp 750, with plain centre links with engraved links either side, weight approx 14g £300-£400 402. A 9ct gold charm bracelet marked on the securing link of the curb .375, with a variety of 9ct charms including a post box, Star of David, key, car etc… and heart padlock, weight 42g £400-£500

407. A 9ct gold rectangular identity bracelet the rectangular panel lightly engraved with owners name, the articulated bracelet with push link marked 375 with makers initials C&F, total weight approx 62g £600-£800 408. A 9ct gold double fancy link bracelet with push clasp, total weight approx 66.5g £700-£800

410. A 9ct yellow gold bangle engraved with Greek key decoration; together with a further bangle with engraved scrolling decoration, the first outer diameter 6.9cm, 10.0g; the second outer diameter 7.6cm, 11.8g £200-£300 411. A 9ct gold stiff bangle one half with chased floral design, with safety chain, total weight approx 19.5g, width 15mm £200-£250

412. A snake sprung bangle the engraved head with garnet eyes to the mesh body and engraved tail tip, 7.9g £150-£250 413. A heavy fancy link guard chain marked 750, weight 51g approx., length approx 44cm £1,000-£1,500 414. A Greek key oval hinged bangle the tongue stamped ‘750’, maximum diameter 6.5cm, 11.3g £100-£150 415. A hinged bangle, of shaped rectangular form the tongue stamped with hallmark (possibly Scandinavian) and ‘750’, 6.0cm x 5.5cm approx, 30.5g £600-£800

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 416. An Italian fancy link bracelet by UnoAerre with London import marks and marked 375, with another 9ct chain (2), length of the former 20cm, total weight approx 32g £350-£450 417. A 18ct yellow gold wedding band three stamped ‘9’ and one ‘14’, together with a pair of mother of pearl cuff links with 9ct yellow gold plaque backs, 9ct chains combined weight 16.7g; 14K 3.5g £140-£180 418. Three chain necklaces a 9ct yellow and white gold flattened curb link chain necklace, a flattened curb link chain necklace stamped ‘750’ to the bolt ring clasp stamped ‘375’, and a fancy link chain necklace (3), length 53cm, 46cm and 45cm respectively, combined gross weight 46.4g £450-£550

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419. A 9ct gold textured fetter link necklace marked .375, total length 52cm, weight 25g approx £250-£350 420. An Edwardian 15ct yellow gold and pearl floral spray brooch the tied lily of the valley (convallaria majalis) bouquet set with half pearls, stamped ‘15ct’, safety chain, contemporary fitted case for Sir John Bennett, 85 Cheapside, London, width 5.5cm, 6.8g In the language of flowers, lily of the valley symbolises chastity, purity, sweetness, and motherhood. In many countries, lily of the valley bunches are also gifted on May 1st. In the Royal Collection, a portrait entitled ‘The First of May 1851 ‘ by Winterhalter depicts Queen Victoria and her son, the future Edward VII, clasping a bunch of lily of the valley whilst his godfather, the Duke of Wellington, kneels before him to present a casket £100-£150

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423. Three 19th century brooches and a pendant a circular piqué wear brooch with floral and foliate gold and silver inlay; a yellow gold hollow knot brooch; an agate (a/f) brooch; and a oval double glazed locket (probably converted), the obverse depicting a carved stag in a woodland scene (4), width respectively 3.5cm, 3.9cm, 3.3cm, 5.1cm £100-£200 424. Five assorted late Georgian and Victorian memorial lockets and brooches within ornate floral and foliate yellow gold mounts, four containing lockets of hair, combined gross weight 27.8g £100-£200

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430. An Edwardian emerald, pearl and diamond-set brooch the elaborate openwork bow and ribbon design set to the centre with a rectangular cut-cornered emerald suspending an ovoid emerald collet drop and set throughout with old-cut and rose-cut diamonds and five pearls (untested), width 4.0cm, depth 3.1cm, 5.7g £1,500-£2,500 431. A late 19th century multi gemset and enamel brooch/pendant by Carlo and Arthur Guiliano centrally claw-set with a cushion-shaped pink tourmaline above the openwork black and white enamelled surround set with brilliant-cut diamonds, the outer border claw-set with green tourmalines, each separated by a collet-set sapphire or green tourmaline, and suspending a collet-set brilliant-cut diamond drop, yellow gold and silver setting, the reverse applied with two oval ‘C&AG’ plaques, 4.9cm x 4.4cm, 14.4g £2,000-£4,000 432 432. A mid 20th century gem-set bird brooch by Cartier modelled as a kookaburra or kingfisher perching on a branch, its textured and wirework body set with a line of brilliant-cut diamonds, a trapezoidal-cut diamond to the tail and a rectangular Burma ruby eye, the underside of the beak signed ‘Cartier London’ and indistinctly numbered beginning 719??, with contemporary red leather and gilt tooled fitted Cartier case, the reverse stamped in gilt ‘CARTIER/LTD’, height 4.1cm, width 2.1cm, 9.2g Offered with GCS report numbered 57822422 and dated 21 July 2022 stating that the ruby’s origin is Myanmar/Burma with no evidence of heat treatment £4,000-£6,000

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437. A filigree work butterfly brooch with elaborately decorated outstretched wings and cannetille thorax, safety chain, maximum width 5cm, 8.9g £150-£250 438. A 1960s sapphire-set flowerhead brooch each petal separated by knife edged bar claw-set with a circular-cut sapphire and with four sapphire-set stamens to the centre, maximum width 4.2cm, 9.7g £100-£200 439. An Arts and Crafts enamel, moonstone and blister pearl brooch by George Hunt the central oval concave polychrome enamelled plaque depicting Iceland poppies (papaver nudicaule) within an openwork silver frame set with an oval moonstone, two blister pearls and two colourless paste collets, the reverse singed ‘G. HUNT/1933’, height 5.6cm, 14.9g £300-£500 440. A 15ct Edwardian brooch in the form of hand hallmarked Chester 1902, the outstretched hand hold a heart between index and thumb set with diamond to centre, the hand wearing a diamond set ring and bracelet with heart locket, together with an unusual gold mounted bone brooch in the form a hockey stick (?) with engraved date to reverse 16/03/03 (2), the first weight approx 3.5g £100-£150

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446. An early 19th century continental enamel plaque brooch depicting the waterfall at Le Nand d’Arpenas in the French Alps, with a large tree, river and bridge in the foreground to the engraved ‘S scroll border with anthemions to the cardinal points, the reverse inscribed, 5 x 3.7cm

450. A ruby and diamondset pendant and a pair of ear pendants each set with mixed-cut rubies and old-cut and single-cut diamonds and mounted in silver and yellow gold, the ear pendants each suspending a seed pearl (untested), pendant 3.6cm by 2.1cm, ear pendant length 3.2cm £600-£800

After the print ‘Cascade de l’Arpenas’ by Louis Baclère d’Albe, 1788 £100-£150 447. A collection of mostly silver and enamel Queen Victoria 1887 Golden Jubilee commemorative brooches to include a horseshoe, shield shaped and diamond examples, one marked 1836 *Adelaide* 1877, a coin set brooch, gilt metal and silvered examples (12), various £100-£150 448. Two pairs of gem-set earrings one designed as a pair of brilliantcut diamond ear studs within a heavy collet setting stamped ‘750’; the second as a oval emerald single stone to the three stone brilliantcut diamond surmount set in 18ct yellow gold, the first measuring 7.7mm, diameter, the second 9.2mm long £200-£300 449. A pair of 19th century diamond ear pendants each centrally claw-set with a rosecut diamond to the ‘C’ scroll hinged yellow gold fitting, overall length 1.7cm, combined gross weight 2.8g £100-£150

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451. A pair of mid 20th century zircon and cultured pearl tassel ear pendants screw fittings, length 4.2cm, combined gross weight 16.1g £300-£500

452. A pair of pink topaz and diamond-set ear pendants each pendeloque pink topaz within a coronet setting and suspended from two single-cut diamond collets, total length 2.7cm, combined gross weight 4.1g £300-£500

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456. A ruby and diamond-set pendant on chain the pear-shaped ruby suspended within a diamondset shied, a diamond-set flower head surmount, the reverse tamped ‘750’ together with an 18ct white gold chain necklace, pendant and surmount 2.8cm length, combined gross weight 6.8g £500-£800 457. An Edwardian 9ct gold peridot and seed pearl brooch the openwork brooch with scroll work design, with central oval collet-set peridot and peridot drop, suspension loop for pendant a/f, with safety chain, total weight approx. 4g length of pendant 5cm £80-£120

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458. Three items of garnet-set jewellery: a garnet and half pearl open-work pendant stamped ‘9ct’; a garnet-set flowerhead pendant the suspensory loop stamped ‘9K’; and a heart-shaped brooch alternately set with garnets and half pearls, the setting stamped ‘9ct’; combined gross weight 4.2g £80-£120 459. An Edwardian 9ct peridot and seed pearl pendant the heart shaped pendant with central set peridot and peridot drop, marked on the reverse 9ct, with suspension loop, total weight 2.8g £60-£80 460. An Art Deco hardstone ovoid pendant the green agate apex and carnelian base separated by a faceted rock crystal band, length 3cm excluding suspensory loop, 14g £100-£150

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461. A 15ct yellow gold and green chalcedony and rock crystal bracelet the rope twist chain with green chalcedony and rock crystal roundel spacers and suspending a green chalcedony and rock crystal sphere, stamped ‘15ct’, length 18.5cm, 6.7g £100-£150

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464. A diamond-set Latin cross pendant the eleven brilliant-cut diamonds to the 18ct white gold setting and plain bifurcated pendant loop, length including loop 3.2cm, 2.8g £100-£150

462. An opal and diamond pendant the 9ct white gold tapering bar with brilliant-cut diamond collet terminals and suspending a triangular opal estimated to weigh 2.50 cts, length 6.0cm, 3.3g £200-£300

465. A diamond-set open work circular pendant set all round with tapered baguettecut diamonds, stamped ‘14K’; together with a fancy link chain necklace stamped ‘18K’, circle diameter 2cm, necklace length 40cm approx, combined gross weight 3.6g £80-£120

463. A 9ct ruby and opal heart shaped pendant necklace the central carved opal within a surround of circular-cut rubies, mounted in yellow gold, and suspended from an associated 9ct yellow gold flattened curb link chain necklace, heart: maximum width 1.4cm, length 1.7cm; chain length 40.5cm £200-£300

466. A late 19th century amethyst fob pendant the oval amethyst within a 9ct yellow gold collet to the ornate wire work surmount; together with a synthetic blue spinel ring, basket-set to the plain tapering shank (marks indecipherable) (2), pendant length 4cm, ring size N, combined gross weight 12.9g £100-£150

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467. A diamond-set openwork scroll pendant mostly set with single-cuts, four stone diamond-set suspensory loop, total length 4.9cm, width 2.3cm, 6.4g £500-£800 468. A pink sapphire and pearl cluster ring the cushion-shaped pink sapphire collet-set to the border of half pearls, with navette shoulders and ridged tapering shank, 18ct yellow and white gold setting, Birmingham hallmark, ring size I, 1.4cm x 1.3cm, 5.4g £500-£700 469. An early 19th century yellow gold, emerald and diamond ring the central cluster centrally-set with an oval emerald collet within an alternating diamond and emerald surround, closed back setting, to the ornately engraved tapering shank with applied decoration to the shoulders, ring size K, 2.3g £100-£150

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470. A 19th century emerald and diamond-set cluster ring the rectangular cut-cornered emerald estimated to weigh 3.3 cts to the old-cut diamond border, silver and yellow gold partially closed-back setting, to the ornate trifurcated and ridged shank, ring size K, 7.8g Offered with a GCS report, numbered 5782-2495, dated 21 July 2022 stating that the emerald measuring 8.3 x 10.8 x 5.0mm approx, Colombian origin with indications of minor to moderate clarity enhancement £800-£1,200

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471. A late Victorian three stone diamond ring the central old brilliant-cut diamonds estimated to weigh 1.20cts, each of the similarly cut diamonds to either side estimated to weight 1.05cts, diamond points between, to the pierced and scrolling gallery and shoulders, the plain tapering shank stamped ‘18’, ring size L, 4.7g £3,500-£4,500 472. A late Victorian diamond three stone ring the central oval old brilliant-cut diamond set to either side with a pear-shaped old brilliant cut diamond, diamond points between, pierced and scrolling gallery and shoulders to the plain shank, ring size N, 2.8g £1,200-£1,800

473. A diamond single stone ring the brilliant-cut diamond estimated to weigh 1.10 cts, to the four claw coronet setting and plain shank stamped ‘au18K’, size K, 2.3g £600-£800 474. A diamond four stone ring each brilliant-cut diamond separated by a white gold bar, to the 18ct yellow gold tapering shank, London hallmark, ring size L, 5.4g £1,500-£2,500 475. A three stone diamond ring the graduated brilliant-cut diamonds coronet-set to the plain hoop stamped ‘PLAT’, ring size N, 2.4g £150-£250

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483. A two row diamond-set ring the top section set with two rows of slightly graduated cushion-shaped old-cut diamonds, to the bifurcated shank stamped ‘18’ and maker’s mark (rubbed), ring size J1/2, 4.2g £800-£1,200

477. A cultured pearl and diamond set ring the central cultured pearl measuring 8.5mm in diameter to the surround of eight brilliant-cut diamonds, the trifurcated plain shank engraved ‘585’, ring size P, 6.6g £100-£200

484. A diamond single stone ring the old brilliant-cut diamond coronetset above a baguette-cut diamond to either side to the ornate trifurcated shank, ring size O/P, 5.6g £1,000-£2,000

478. A diamond-set band ring the two brilliant-cut diamonds set within a collett and applied to the two coloured engraved band stamped ‘585’, ring size N, 6.5g £80-£120 479. An emerald and diamond-set cluster ring the oval mixed-cut emerald within a surround of twelve brilliant-cut diamonds, basket-set to the plain tapering shank, size J, 3.3g £500-£700 480. A ruby and diamond-set ring the central ruby and old brilliantcut cluster flanked to either side by an oval cut ruby and an old-cut diamond, size J1/2, 3.7g £300-£500 481. A late Victorian two row diamond-set ring set with 12 old-cut diamonds to the 18ct yellow gold pierced gallery and plain shank, London hallmark, 1898, size J, 3.8g £300-£500 482. A diamond five stone ring the graduated circular-cut diamonds to the 18ct yellow gold pierced and scrolling gallery and plain shank, London hallmark 1977, ring size K, 3.7g £500-£700

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485. A calibré-cut sapphire-set (one deficient) ring stamped ‘750’; together with three wedding bands one hallmarked 22ct and two hallmarked 18ct, ring size I/J, L, P/Q respectively, 18ct combined gross weight 15.9g; 22ct6.8g £400-£500

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486. A gem-set and two coloured wirework ring the flowerhead cluster composed of alternating white and yellow textured wirework sections and set to the centre with a circular-cut sapphire and randomly with five brilliant-cut diamonds to the plain shank stamped ‘18ct’, ring size N, 13.5g £600-£800

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495 489. A stylish mid to late 20th amethyst and 18ct yellow Modernist ring the shaped triangular buff top amethyst set within the asymmetric heavy 18ct yellow gold mount and bevelled shank, London hallmark (date letter indistinct), maker’s initials ‘JKD’, ring size M/N, 30.0g £600-£800 490. Three diamond rings comprising a diamond three stone ring the old brilliant-cut diamonds coronet-set to the plain shank; a single stone diamond ring by Le Leo, the brilliant-cut diamond claw-set above the 18 ct gold plain shank, the interior signed ‘Le Le’ followed by a small brilliant-cut diamond, Convention hallmark and another single stone diamond ring with brilliant cut diamond square claw set, 18ct yellow and white gold setting, convention hallmark, the former O, P, P £400-£500 491. An amethyst, garnet and seed pearl cluster ring the central shaped rectangular amethyst to the surround of seed pearls and outer garnet border, partially closed cut-down collet setting (probably converted from a Georgian brooch), later tapering openwork shank, length 2.5cm, width 2.0cm, size O/P, 7.6g £100-£200

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492. A diamond and sapphireset ring the central brilliant-cut diamond claw-set above a row of brilliant-cut diamonds and circular-cut sapphires to the 18ct white gold setting, London hallmark, size L; 2.5g £400-£600

497. A late Victorian opal and diamond-set ring the three cabochon opals separated by three old brilliant-cut diamonds, scrolling pierced gallery and plain shank (sized and marks rubbed), ring size L, 3.9g £500-£700

493. A diamond three stone ring set with three brilliant-cut diamonds coronet-set to the plain tapering shank stamped ‘18ct&PLAT’, ring size O1/2, 3.2g £400-£600

498. A diamond-set eternity ring set all round with brilliant-cut diamonds, ring size O, 4.1g £200-£300

494. An Edwardian sapphire and diamond five stone ring three circular cut sapphires each separated by an old brilliant-cut diamond claw-set to the 18ct yellow gold setting and shank, Chester 1904, with a contemporary leather and gilt tooled case, size N/O, 5.5g £250-£350 495. A sapphire, diamond, emerald and 18ct yellow gold ring the central oval mixed-cut sapphire collet with a line of five brilliant-cut diamonds above and below and three calibré-cut emeralds to either side of the 18ct yellow gold ridged shank, London hallmark, ring size N, 8.0g £600-£800 496. A diamond seven stone ring the brilliant-cut diamonds set as a flowerhead cluster to the 18ct white gold basket mount and yellow gold plain shank, Birmingham hallmark, ring size N1/2, 4.9g £700-£900

499. Two wedding bands one 22ct yellow gold, the other 18ct yellow gold, ring size N1/2 and O1/2 respectively, 7.4g and 1.7g respectively £200-£300 500. An Edwardian 18ct yellow gold emerald and diamond five stone ring; a cultured pearl and diamond-set ring, 9ct yellow gold Convention hallmark; and a peridot ring with a 9ct yellow gold setting, Convention hallmark, ring size Q, O and O respectively, combined gross weight 6.2g £100-£150 501. A 18ct yellow gold wedding band of undulating design, London hallmark, ring size M/N, 5.2g £100-£150

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513 502. A diamond three stone ring the graduated old brilliant-cut diamonds tension-set between the 18ct yellow gold gallery and plain shank, London hallmark, ring size M, 6.7g £600-£800 503. An amethyst ring collet-set to the ornate cannetille and flowerhead surround, 2.2cm x 1.9cm, ring size P, 6.7g £200-£300 504. An Edwardian opal and diamond-set ring the two central cushion-shaped old brilliant-cut diamonds set to either side with an oval opal cabochon and an old-cut diamond, scrolling gallery, the plain shank stamped ‘18ct’, ring size L, 3.7g £200-£300 505. A late Victorian diamond and sapphire ring the central old brilliant-cut diamond set to either side with a mixed-cut sapphire and a old-cut diamonds, all within an 18ct yellow gold navetteshaped recess and plain shank, Birmingham hallmark 1893, ring size N/O, 3.9g £150-£200

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514 506. Two late 19th century cabochon gem-set and yellow gold rings one collet-set with an oval amethyst, to the rope twist border and plain tapering shank, hallmark rubbed; an oval garnet collet-set above the ornate sphere and rope twist applied border, closed back setting, ornate shoulders and plain shank, stamped ‘9ct’ (2), ring sizes L1/2 and N respectively; combined gross weight 7.2g £80-£120 507. Two diamond-set rings the first coronet-set with two brilliant-cut diamonds above the decorated shoulder and plain shank, stamped ‘18ct’; the second set with three old brilliant-cut diamond collets, the plain shank stamped ‘9ct’, ring size M and L, combined gross weight 4.9g £200-£300 508. An oval sapphire and brilliant-cut diamond-set cluster ring to the tapering shank stamped ‘18ct’, ring size S, 2.6g £300-£400 509. A sapphire and diamond-set oval cluster ring the central oval mixed-cut sapphire to the border of brilliant-cut diamonds, the plain tapering shank stamped ‘PLAT’ and ‘18CT’, ring size Q, 4.6g £400-£600 510. A French diamond and ruby-set ring the three brilliant-cut diamond collets separated by a ruby baguette, French control mark for gold, ring size N, 1.8g £150-£200

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515 511. A pearl and diamond ring the three graduated half pearls separated by a brilliant-cut diamond, the tapering shank stamped ‘18’, Ring Size N/O £150-£250 512. An emerald and diamondset ring the central step cut-cornered emerald set to either side with the three stone brilliant-cut diamond trefoil, ring size K1/2, 2.9g £200-£300 513. A half hoop eternity ring the top section channel-set with eleven brilliant-cut diamonds, hallmark rubbed, ring size K1/2, 3.1g £100-£150 514. A pink topaz and diamond cluster ring the oval pink topaz set above two tiers of groups of pear-shaped and circular brilliant-cut diamonds, the basket setting stamped ‘585’ to the trifurcated ridged shank, ring size M, 8.3g £550-£650 515. A topaz and diamond-set cluster ring the oval mixed-cut topaz within a surround of brilliant-cut diamonds to the plain tapering 18ct yellow gold numbered shank, London hallmark, ring size Q, 5.6g £400-£600

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516. A star sapphire and diamondset ring the oval cabochon star sapphire claw-set to either side with a baguette-cut diamond, the slightly bifurcated shank stamped ‘PT900’ and ‘SS5.40.46’, ring size L, 6.7g £600-£800 517. A sapphire and diamond-set cluster ring the oval sapphire set above a surround of brilliant-cut diamonds to the plain tapering shank stamped ‘18ct’, Size K/L 4.8g £600-£800 518. A sapphire and diamond three stone ring the central oval mixed-cut sapphire with a heart-shaped brilliant-cut diamond to either side, to the plain tapering shank stamped ‘750’, ring size N, 3.3g £600-£800

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519. A blue diamond ring estimated to spread 0.60-065cts, claw-set above the plain tapering shank stamped ‘14K’, ring size N, 2.2g £100-£200 520. An amethyst ring composed of four heart-shaped amethyst to a diamond-set centre, the 9ct yellow gold plain shank with Birmingham hallmark; together with a pink sapphire (untested but probably synthetic), the 9ct white gold shank with convention hallmark (2), ring size N and L respectively, combined gross weight 4.1g £100-£200 521. An early 20th century ruby and diamond five stone ring the three circular-cut rubies each separated by an old brilliant-cut diamond, to the 18ct yellow gold pierced gallery, engraved shoulders and shank Birmingham hallmark (1912), ring size L1/2, 2.3g £200-£300

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522. A pink sapphire and two stone diamond ring the central mixed-cut pink sapphire set to either side with a brilliantcut diamond, all collet-set to the plain shank with millennium 18ct gold hallmark (partially struck), ring size K1/2, 4g £300-£500 523. Three 22ct yellow gold wedding bands one set with three diamonds, another a/f, combined gross weight 9.7g £250-£300 524. A mid 19th century 15ct yellow gold, opal and green stone five stone ring the central oval opal cabochon with a foiled green stone and smaller opal cabochon to either side, partially closed back, C scroll shoulders and tapering shank, Birmingham hallmark, ring size N1/2, 1.6g £100-£200

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527. A diamond single stone ring the modified brilliant-cut diamond weighing 3.39cts to the coronet setting and plain tapering shank, with case for Garrard and Co., ring size O, 4.4g Offered with a diamond report from GCS, numbered 5782-2497, dated 21 July 2022, stating that the diamond is F colour, SI1 clarity, faint blue fluorescence £12,000-£18,000

528 528. A diamond two stone cross-over ring the brilliant-cut diamonds weighing 1.70 and 1.59cts to the diamond-set shoulders, the shank stamped ‘PLAT’, ring size O, 5.7g £6,000-£8,000 529. A diamond single stone ring the old brilliant-cut diamond estimated to weigh 2.0cts to the coronet mount and plain tapering shank stamped ‘18ct’, size I, 3.4g £5,000-£8,000

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529 530. A Victorian diamond-set star brooch/pendant the twelve rays set with graduated old brilliant-cut and old-cut diamonds, mounted in silver and yellow gold, contemporary case, maximum length 4cm, 8.6g £800-£1,200 531. A full hoop diamond-set eternity ring set all round with brilliant-cut diamonds, the engraved sides stamped ‘18CT’, ring size N, 3.6g £300-£500

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530 532. A diamond single stone ring the brilliant-cut diamond coronet-set to the plain tapering shank stamped ‘18CT’, ring size K1/2, 1.8g £100-£200 533. Four 22ct yellow gold wedding bands combined gross weight 12.4g, two 18ct yellow gold bands, combined gross weight 10.8g; and a 9ct yellow gold band, 3.6g (7) £500-£700

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543 534. Three late 19th century gem-set rings the first centrally-set with an old brilliant-cut colourless diamond with a similarly-cut brown diamond to either side, the shank stamped ‘18’; the second turquoise and rose-cut diamond cluster to the shank stamped ‘18ct’, the third gypsy-set with three half pearls to the plain band stamped ‘18CT’, combined gross weight 15.4g £250-£350 535. Seven mostly Georgian and Victorian gem-set and yellow gold rings a yellow old and black enamel ring with glazed compartment containing woven hair, M1/2; an oval citrine and yellow gold ring with engraved shoulders, shank (a/f), size S; four garnet-set rings (2 a/f); a turquoiseset (one deficient) ring, the shank stamped ‘18’, combined gross weight 17.2g £250-£350

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536. Two late 19th/early 20th century moonstone and yellow gold rings the first oval cabochon coronetset to the plain tapering shank stamped ‘18’; the second of shaped square design, the shank stamped ‘15’, combined gross weight 9.7g £150-£200 537. Two gem-set and 9ct yellow gold rings an oval opal cabochon within a white stone border, London hallmark; and a oval amethyst ring, Birmingham hallmark, ring sizes P and N respectively, combined gross weight 6.4g £80-£120 538. A collection of 9ct rings comprising a 9ct emerald and opal cluster ring, a two stone diamond ring (one missing), eternity ring, and a solitaire diamond ring and a black onyx panel ring a/f (5), total weight approx 15g £80-£120 539. A diamond three stone ring the modified brilliant-cut diamonds coronet-set to the plain shank stamped ‘PLAT’, ring size O, 2.8g £250-£350 540. A late 19th century pearl and turquoise cluster ring the pearl untested surrounded by a cluster of turquoise in a flower form, ring size O £60-£80

541. An early 19th century yellow gold heart-shaped locket pendant the obverse with elaborate scrolling and engraved decoration and a triangular emerald collet-set to the centre, the reverse with a central hinged glazed compartment and a memorial inscription, suspended from an entwined wirework surmount with snake’s head terminal, overall length 4.1cm, width 2.5cm, 11.3g £1,500-£2,500 542. An early 19th century enamel and yellow gold demi parure the necklace comprising slightly bombé rectangular links enamelled on both sides with black and white stylised double anthemion motifs, each separated by a four talon link; the girandole ear pendants with black and white enamel arabesque, quatrefoil and cross decoration, the three drops detachable from the detachable non-enamelled middle section (for versatility), contemporary fitted case, necklace length 123cm approx, ear pendants length 7.5cm approx, combined gross weight 75.8g According to the hand-written note offered with this lot: Lady Napier, wife of Lord Napier, possibly General Sir Charles James Napier (1782-1853), thence to his mother, Lady Sarah Napier (née Lennox), great granddaughter of King Charles II £1,000-£2,000 543. A Georgian pink sapphire and diamond-set ring the oval pink sapphire and old rose-cut diamond-set cluster horizontally-set to the graduated diamond-set shoulders, silver and yellow closed back engraved setting, ring size L, 2.9g £700-£900

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544. An 18th/19th century Spanish emerald-set ring the oval cluster set with emeralds in yellow gold rub-over settings, ornate open back, to the trifurcated shoulders and engraved shank, ring size K, 3.4g For a similar example in the Victorian and Albert Museum, London Accession Number 206-1864 £400-£600 545. A Georgian diamond ring the rose-cut diamond to the border of ten rose-cut diamond collets, closed back setting, the 18ct yellow gold band with Birmingham hallmark (rubbed), ring size N, 4.3g £300-£400 546. A Georgian pink tourmaline and pearl pendant the cross with a pearl (untested) to the centre and a foiled tourmaline (untested) to each of the cardinal points, closed back yellow gold setting, overall length 3.5cm, width 2.6cm, 3.1g £400-£600 547. An early Victorian conch pearl and enamel ring the central oval conch pearl with diamond-set collets to each of the cardinal points, the scrolling open work yellow gold shoulders decorated with sky blue enamel, ring size E, 4.1g £400-£600

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548. A mid/late 18th century gemset and enamel masquerade ring the oval concave plaque enamelled female face with masked diamondset eyes, beauty spots and red bow lips, within a surround of channel-set calibré-cut garnets, to the yellow gold plain swivel shank (possibly later), ring size H, 4.6g £2,000-£3,000 549. A Georgian yellow gold and black enamel ouroboros jewel the snake’s head with rose-cut diamond collet-eyes to the tapering body with finely cross-hatched black enamel decoration, width 2cm, 2.8g £200-£400 550. A heavy gentleman’s signet ring with foreign control mark, together with a wedding band marked 750 (2), total weight 27g £500-£600 551. Three 22ct gold bands the first faceted band with engraved star design, together with two other thin 22ct bands, and two fancy18ct gold bands both with bright cut decoration (5), weight of 22ct approx 11.5g, weight of 18ct approx 12.5g £600-£800

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552. A small collection of assorted jade jewellery comprising a heart shaped pendant with pierced loop on a 9ct white gold chain a set with cultured pearls, spinach green jade heart shaped pendant, leaf and spray brooch inset with jade leaf, 9ct jade dress clip, three pears of earrings etc… (10), length of necklace 26cm £200-£300 553. A collection of brooches and accessories etc comprising a bloodstone and hardstone mounted circular brooch with central citrine, a smoky quartz tear drop shaped pendant, a silver sterling penannular Celtic brooch, a silver knot brooch with central hardstone cabochon, a Victorian shield shaped brooch with mounted hardstones, a 9ct gold mounted jade brooch, a Silver cocktail/champagne swizzle stick etc…(10), diameter of the former 4cm £80-£120 554. A large Norwegian .830 silver novelty ski brooch by David Andersen c.1900 stamped 830S, bears mark for David Andersen, in the form of a Nordic cross country ski, hinged pin, length 16.2cm, weight approx. 7ozt £80-£120

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555. South Africa. 1898 1 Pond mounted as a pendant unmarked rose gold scroll top pendant mount, suspended on a fine gold chain stamped ‘9ct’, total weight approx. 12.4g £200-£300

561. A small collection of mixed gold comprising a 9ct signet ring, 9ct initial ring, Victorian 9ct brooch with peridot, bar brooch and 9ct gold coin, 9ct gold band and another unmarked (7), total weight approx 34g £300-£400

556. A 9ct curb link sovereign and coin bracelet suspending William IV 1833 sovereign, George III 1787 guinea, Elizabeth II 1962 sovereign, George V 1912 sovereign, Edward VII 1910 sovereign, Victoria 1893 sovereign, Victoria 1891 sovereign, Victorian 1879 sovereign, Victoria 1862 sovereign, George 1803 half guinea, all in 9ct settings with bailles unmarked, approx 9cm length, approx weight 142.5g £3,500-£5,000

562. A collection of costume jewellery including a faceted agate bead necklace to the oval cabochon carnelian and silver clasp, an oval shell cameo (a/f) within a collet and openwork frame, a pair of oval shell cameo earrings (one a/f), a 9ct yellow gold and ruby-set bar brooch, and five items of jewellery stamped either ‘silver’, or ‘800’, or ‘925’ (9), overall necklace length 54.5cm £100-£150

557. A Victorian double sovereign with a 9ct gold chain the double sovereign dated 1887 soldered scroll top bale, marked 9ct., 9ct rose gold curb link chain with each link marked .375, total weight 48g £800-£1,200 558. A George V half sovereign ring 1912, on a 9ct shank, total weight 6.5g £100-£200

563. A small collection of mainly 9ct mixed jewellery comprising a heart shaped pendant with 375 control mark on a fine 9ct gold chain, 9ct tie pin with engine turned decoration, an Italian flat link necklace marked 375, gold oval shaped locket on chain on 9ct chain, small ‘jade’ pedant on 9ct chain and an unmarked cross pendant, heart shaped rope twist pendant (7), total weight 27.5g £200-£250

559. An Elizabeth II full sovereign pendant necklace mounted in a 9ct gold rectangular plaque with a 9ct chain, total weight with sovereign approx 16.5g £300-£400 560. A full Victorian sovereign on chain dated 1899, in mount on a 9K chain, weight approx. 18.13g £300-£400

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564. A small group of jewellery including a 19th century agate and yellow gold brooch applied with turquoise forget-menots and yellow gold leaves; two agate rings, each setting stamped ‘18ct’; a pair of opal-set ear pendants; and a gem-set oval locket pendant, the first width 2.5cm; combined gross weight 26.4g £100-£200 565. Assorted jewellery and watches including: a 22ct yellow gold wedding band weighing 4.1g; a 9ct yellow gold oval engraved locket suspended from a 9ct yellow gold filed curb link chain necklace, combined gross weight 10.0g, two lady’s 9ct yellow gold wristwatches (bracelet straps not hallmarked for gold), a 18ct yellow gold and diamond-set ring (a/f), 2.3g, a Chinese gem-set and 14ct yellow gold circular pendant on chain, various cubic zirconia-set items £180-£220 566. Assorted items of jewellery including a rope twist necklace stamped ‘14K 585’; three 9ct yellow gold Latin crosses; a diamond-set bar brooch; four pairs of earrings; a cameo brooch; and a cultured pearl necklace; and three other necklaces, necklace length 41cm, 10.3g £150-£200 567. A rectangular brown leather monogrammed fitted jewellery box with hinged tray for Mappin and Webb containing assorted jewellery including a silver bangle London hallmark; a Silver Jubilee hallmarked silver ingot pendant; various rings and earrings with silver or ‘925’ marks; and costume jewellery, bangle 7cm, diameter £100-£150

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568. A diamond single stone ring the old brilliant-cut diamond set within a star motif and outer box collet, the plain shank possibly engraved ‘18ct’; a pair of carved coral flowerhead studs, the screw fitting stamped ‘9c’; a Latin cross pendant with engraved dates; and an openwork tapering bar brooch, possibly stamped ‘18’, centrally-set with a sapphire (4), ring size N, brooch width 6.6cm, combined gross weight 8.2g £200-£300 569. Assorted jewellery items including a 19th century Austro-Hungarian gem-set and blister pearl fringe necklace, a pendant depicting a Dutch girl and boy in butterfly wing, a circular pink guilloché enamel locket pendant; two insect brooches; and an ovoid mother of pearl pendant painted on both sides with a Persianinspired scene (14), length of the former with pendant 28cm £100-£150 570. A 9ct gold watch chain and others with fetter links and high carat fob and swivel blood stone, 9ct tortoise fob and heart locket, together with a 9ct wristwatch case and detached 9ct gold strap, a 9ct gold pin brooch with floral design studded with seed pearls, and higher carat pin (untested), total weight 71g £350-£450

571. A Georgian seal fob set with an intaglio of carnelian carved with a resting dog with rock behind and motto above reading Faithful and Firm, together with a double link chain (2), weight of chain 16.5g, total length of chain 77cm £200-£250

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572. A small collection of early 19th century gold cased and hardstone seal fobs one with a carnelian engraved with an arm, the hand clasping a wreath with a cross patée formée in the middle and ‘Fideleter’ below; another with a blank carnelian; the third with a white chalcedony; and two miniature fobs converted into a pair of ear pendants, one with an engraved blood stone; a gold cased fob, the seal plate with engraved initials (5), combined gross weight 50.5g £300-£500

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573. A graduated 9ct gold Albert watch chain marked on each link .375, with plated clasps, weight approx 28g, length 38cm £300-£350 574. A 9ct Albert watch chain the curb link marked 9ct together with another longer chain unmarked (2), total weight approx 39g £350-£450

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575. Assorted items including a 9ct yellow gold cased cigar piercer; two chains and lockets one with 9ct hallmark; a two coloured 9ct yellow gold band ring; and a lady’s 9ct yellow gold wristwatch, the first length 4.9cm, combined gross weight 67.5g £400-£500

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581 577. A baroque pearl (untested), tumbled emerald and ruby bead necklace a pair of 9ct yellow gold oval cuff links with engraved decoration; two Indian bangles; and a ring (5), Necklace length 47cm, Cuff links combined weight 5.6g £80-£100

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578. An assorted collection of costume jewellery include a late Victorian paste set hinged bangle, 1950s polychrome paste-set flexible link bracelet, dress clips and two enamelled pieces, the first diameter 6cm £80-£120 579. A 19th century rectangular fitted jewellery casket containing assorted mainly 19th century jewellery to include a silver gilt mounted branch coral pendant, a gilt garter hinged bangle, Scottish silver and hardstone bracelet with heart shaped locket clasp, other hardstone brooches and heart shaped pendant, a gilt metal and banded agate set bracelet clasp, a gilt metal and woven hair memorial locket bracelet, a craved jet brooch, a Georgian white and red paste set gold brooch, a rock crystal locket pendant etc. (qty), coral branch necklace length 30.5cm £100-£200 580. Small collection of jewellery including; Cameo brooch, amber pendant on chain, pair of cameo earrings, marcasite butterfly brooch, 9ct gold ladies watch (5), length of cameo brooch 4.5cm £80-£120

581. Two 19th century brooches: an oval cameo brooch of a head of a warrior or a god within an ornate mount (a/f); an oval black enamel and gold filled mourning brooch containing plaited hair; a cultured pearl necklace, the cushion-shaped old brilliant-cut diamond and turquoise cluster clasp detached; a fancy chain link necklace with swivel and bolt ring; and a simulated pearl necklace (6) £100-£200 582. Various items of 19th yellow gold jewellery including three 9ct yellow gold bar brooches one set with garnets and half pearls; a banded agate floral engraved medallion locket suspended from an oval link chain (a/f); and an oval engraved hinged locket, combined gross weight 21.2g £200-£300 583. A small group of Victorian and later jewellery two Scottish ‘pebble’ and Cairngorm brooches and a tie pin; an early 19th century gold cased and vacant citrine seal pendant; a gem-set openwork broth stamped ‘12KT’; and a horse head a riding crop brooch stamped ‘SILVER’, largest length 4.8cm £80-£120

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589 592 584. Various items of 19th century and later jewellery including: a garnet-set ring and brooch; a half pearl ivy leaf bar brooch; a garnet, cultured pearl and 9ct yellow gold link bracelet; a cultured pearl, hard stone and yellow gold link bracelet; two fobs; three pendants; and a seed pearl and 9ct yellow gold shell tie pin (qty) £150-£250 585. A 9ct gold ingot pendant on a 9ct gold belcher chain, total 64g £650-£800 586. A collection of mostly 9ct jewellery comprising a box link 9ct chain, a 9ct belcher chain, pair of earrings marked 585, oval link chain cufflinks 9ct tigers claw setting, 9ct lizard pendant and others, total weight 47g £500-£550 587. A mid Victorian pearl and enamel stick pin the central baroque pearl (untested) to the scrolling openwork yellow gold surround decorated with royal blue enamel, 1.4cm x 1.3cm, 3.8g £50-£60 588. Assorted jewellery including gentlemen’s accessories to include a gold mounted angel skin coral portrait cameo, stamped 750, a twin cultured pearl gold stamped 10K, a diamond five stone ring, a 9ct yellow gold witches heart bar brooch, a silver an niello double locket brooch stamped 900, a cased set of rolled gold, mother of pearl and red stone set cufflinks and studs, etc. (qty), weight of rings approx. 5.6g £100-£150

589. A pair of 18ct chain cufflinks retailed by Asprey the plain rounded rectangular cufflinks with torpedo backs, in fitted Asprey retail case, with makers initials C&F, weight approx 7.9g £180-£220 590. A pair of Black Watch cuff links by Deakin and Francis each with octagonal plaque engraved with the crest and motto stamped ‘18c’ chain link connection to the torpedo back stamped ‘PLAT’, both stamped ‘D&F’, combined gross weight 9.2g £150-£200 591. An assortment of mostly 18th and 19th century gentleman’s accessories including a pair of paste and pewter cuff links various collar and dress studs including two moonstone examples; and eight stick pins, all contained within two fitted contemporary cases £100-£150 592. Various items of paste-set jewellery comprising a simulated pearl and white stone sautoir pendant on a spectacle-set chain, pendant necklace, two pairs of ear pendants, and an avian and silver spray brooch, a pair of rectangular slides, all closed back settings and a pair of amethyst chevron matrix and enamel ear pendants (7) £100-£150

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593. A collection of costume jewellery to include an early 20th century red paste stone set gilt metal bracelet with wide articulated mesh link strap and foliate chased clasp, Trifari mask brooch, a pair Lawrence Vbra crystal cluster earclips, a double row yellow stone set gilt metal chain link bracelet, various Czech crystal brooches, assorted graduated crystal bead necklaces, assorted diamante necklaces and earclips, etc. (qty), first length 18cm £100-£150 594. A Tiffany silver open heart and multi chain bracelet marked Tiffany & Co 925, with pouch and Tiffany box, total length 19cm £80-£120

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601. Victorian and later lace and other collars, beadwork butterfly dress appliques etc. to include three lace collars and a blouse front, six beadwork butterfly appliques, an embroidered velvet smoking cap, a coral coloured cap embroidered with silver thread and simulated pearls, various beaded black sheer lace collars and Indian embroidered velvet belt (qty), various £50-£80

599 595. A Prada Logo Tessuto shoulder bag nylon body with leather handles and trim, top handle zip closure with silver toned padlock, interior with Prada logo lining and large zip pocket together with Prada dust bag and Authenticity Card from Florence dated August 2007, width 26cm £120-£180 596. A Prada Logo Tessuto shoulder bag nylon body with leather handles and trim, top handle zip closure with silver toned padlock and key, interior with Prada logo lining and large zip pocket together with Prada dust bag, width approximately 29cm £120-£180

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600. George Best Boutique: A men’s jacket c. late 1960s, of blue wool mix fabric, with black trim, two silvered embossed buttons to front, labelled to interior ‘A George Best Special’ and with further dry cleaning label, chest approximately 38 inches

597. A Mulberry Emmy tan leather shoulder bag serial no 025869, with brass antiqued hardware, central large buckled exterior pocket and two smaller exterior pockets on either side, detachable twin handles, twist locks, beige stitching, and interior zipped pocket, length approx 37cm £80-£120 598. A collection of three designer scarves including; a Burberry silk scarf, design with a chain link motif against a pale pink ground, bearing ‘Burberry’s’ label; two Cartier silk scarves, both boxed, one with leopard motif design in brown and pale pink, together with Cartier authentication card, the other with geometric design against a blue ground, with authentication card (3), the first 85.5cm square £120-£180

602. Stevens’s Model Dockyard stationary live steam engine vertical engine working a dynamo, mounted on an oak base, bears metal label Steven’s Model Dockyard, 22, Aldgate London makers, height 33cm £80-£120 603. A Montblanc Heritage collection Rouge et Noir Special Edition Coral Fountain pen fitted with coiled serpent clip set with green spinels and Montblanc white gold nib stamped 14K in a fitted box together with a boxed 60 ml bottle of Montblanc Mystery Black ink (2), length 13.7cm £200-£300

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603 604 604. A Mont Blanc Meisterstuck Pix black ballpoint pen a Parker Sonnet Laque Firedance fountain and another Parker fountain pen (3), first length 13.7cm £80-£120 605. A regimental silver bugle for the 13th Regiment of Foot the Somerset Light Infantry (Prince Albert’s) London, date letter worn but 1946, by Henry Potter & Co., stamped Potter London makers, of typical form, engraved with presentation ‘Lieut Col C.S. Howard … indistinct….The Xth Battalion 1944-1945?’ above the Regimental and Howard family crests, with braided cord and tassels, on a modern clear Perspex rest and walnut plinth base, length 30.5cm, total weight approx. 25.29ozt £400-£600 606. An early 20th century Powell & Hanmer RAF automobile lamp and a Patterson & Co Type A3 Miners safety lamp first. black japanned metal and brass body embossed R.A.F with crown, red plastic lens, with paraffin burner, bears P&H brass label, second bears maker plaque stamped G.P.O. numbered 1366 Patterson lamps felling on Tyne (2), first height 25.5cm £70-£90

607. Ø An early 19th century brass chest monocular microscope unsigned, with brass body tube and pillar, rack and pinion focussing, six objectives, eyepieces, plano concave mirror, and a number of accessories, folding into a fitted mahogany case with inset ivory plaque, height extended 33cm, width of box 32cm IMPORTANT NOTE: This item has been registered as exempt from the UK Ivory Act 2018. Ivory declaration submission reference: Z91KBCWN £400-£600

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608. An early 20th century Broadhurst Clarkson & Co. Ltd leather cased brass four drawer telescope stamped ‘Broadhurst Clarkson & Co Ltd, 63 Farringdon Road, London, E. C.’, extended length overall 84.5cm £50-£80

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 614. A 1930s Mickey Mouse money box French, painted aluminium, together with a German chocolate dispenser money box, c.1930s, lithograph printed tinplate (2), Mickey Mouse height 20.5cm £150-£250 615. Two Mettoy tinplate clock work fire engines one with searchlight, length 37cm £50-£80 616. A late 19th/early 20th century 4/4 violin two piece curled back, bears paper label Model Antonius Stradivarius Cremonenis faciebat anno 1721, accompanied by three bows in a case, length 59cm £80-£120 609 609. A collection of autographed publicity stills and press photographs including; Rand Brooks and Vivien Leigh; Greg Morris; France Nuyen and John Kerr; John Gielgud; George Cukor; William Bendix and Don Ameche; Charles Boye; Donald O’Connor; the cast of The Iceman Cometh at Lunt-Fontaine Theatre including Jason Robards; Julie London and Rod Cameron; Glenn Ford; Jack Palance and Bob Hope (13) £100-£150 610. A mid 20th century “Black Cat” enamel advertising sign 10 for 6D Pure Matured Virginia Cigarettes Carreras Ltd (est1788) London England, 51 x 35.8cm £50-£80

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611. Albert (Prince, 1819-1861) A printed Great Exhibition, 1851. Juror’s medal presentation letter signed Albert to Monsieur M. C. Karmarsch., folio, Windsor castle October 31st 1851, facsimile text, reads I have the honor, as President of the Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851 to transmit to you a medal that has been struck by order of the Commissioners, in commemoration of the valuable services which you have rendered to the Exhibition, in common with so many eminent men of all countries, in your capacity of Juror. etc.,’

617. A late 19th century 4/4 violin unlabelled but possibly by Charles Boullangier, two piece curled back, rosewood pegs, accompanied by two bows, in a hard case, length 59.5cm Handwritten note ‘from L.G Blackeby, Esq. (1920-1978) the sum of £118-0-0, for violin attributed to Boulanger’, signed Louis Godowsky (c.1900-1975) dated 1969 £300-£400

M C. Karmarsch listed as the Zollverein Juror for Class XXI Cutlery and Edge Tools £100-£200 612. Fleming, Ian, The Man with the Golden Gun Jonathan Cape., 1965, first edition., dust wrappers £80-£120 613. Jalabert Edon., E. Artisans Du Vieux Maroc - Douze Dessins Chez L’auteur a Rabat n.d c.1930 numbered 478/500, large 4to, twelve lithograph tipped in lithograph plates heightened with gouache, enclosed in each enclosed in a folder with window, outer burlap case with folding flaps £80-£120

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES Lots 618 to 637 are from the estate of the late Philip Granville Mitchell. Philip, a lifelong David Bowie fan and collector, particularly focused on those artists who created David Bowie’s album and tour artwork including George Underwood and Rex Ray 618. ‡ David Bowie: George Underwood (British, b.1947) ‘Let’s Dance’, signed print, inscribed in pencil to lower right artwork, dated 2012, framed and mounted, overall 53.5cm x 43.5cm, within frame 35cm x 27cm £100-£150 619. ‡ David Bowie (British, 1947-2016) and Rex Ray (American, 1956-2015) ‘Reality’, limited edition print of the album cover, offset lithograph, signed by Bowie lower right, numbered in pencil 324/1500, framed and mounted, overall 54cm x 54cm, within frame approximately 40cm x 40cm £400-£600

620 620. David Bowie: An original “Heroes” RCA records promotional counter standee, 1977 the cardboard standee featuring album cover image with printed credit lower left ‘10-6499 c 1977 RCA Records, Printed in USA’, framed together with a cardboard lightening bolt, standee 44cm x 38cm, frame overall 55cm x 48cm £200-£300

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621. Music Memorabilia: A collection of signed pieces relating to David Bowie including; Tony Visconti and Woody Woodmansey ‘Face to Face’ signed limited edition photograph, signed by both in black felt pen, numbered 78/100; Tony Visconti and Woody Woddmansey multi signed poster, date 2014, signed in white ink; Tony Visconti and Woody Woodmansey’s ‘Holy Holy - The Man Who Sold The World Tour’ multi signed poster; Ian Hunter & The Rant Band signed poster, all framed, together with Earl Slick and Bernard Fowler signed poster, additionally signed by Lisa Ronson, all in black felt pen; a modern colour lase reproduction David Bowie Bill Graham poster; Gerry Leonard signed poster, signed in white ink; a black and white image of David Bowie and The Spiders From Mars signed by Woody Woodmansey, in black felt pen, together with a large signed photographic image of David Bowie c.1996, signed by the photographer to the lower right corner (9), the first overall 58cm x 44.5cm £60-£80

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(part) 622. ‡ George Underwood (British, 1947): ‘David Jones and the King Bees’, 1964 photograph print signed, together with a small version photographic image of David Jones and the King Bees (David Bowie) signed by Underwood, a framed CD booklet with signed mount, and a further signed framed piece of note paper (4), the first overall 42.25cm x 52cm, within frame 29.2cm x 39.6cm £60-£80

623. ‡ George Underwood (British, b.1947) David Bowie ‘Depth of the Circle’ print, signed to lower right corner, dated 2011, framed and mounted, overall 54 x 53.5cm, within frame 30.5cm x 30.5cm £100-£150 624. ‡ George Underwood (British, b.1947) Two signed prints ‘Return of the Soulful Warrior’ and ‘Embroidered Hat’, both dated 2010, both framed and mounted (2), the first overall 54cm x 53.75cm, the second overall 90cm x 77cm £100-£200

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 626. ‡ David Bowie (British, 1947-2016) and Rex Ray (American, 1956-2015) ‘Ziggy 2002’, limited edition print, signed by both and numbered in pencil 1298/2002, framed and mounted, overall 65 x 48.5cm, visible area 41.5 x 26.5cm David Bowie commissioned this artwork from Rex Ray to mark the 30th anniversary of the album ‘The Rise & Fall of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars’ £400-£600

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627. ‡ George Underwood (British, b.1947) Two signed Marc Bolan and T. Rex related prints including; ‘My People Were Fair and Hold Sky in their Hair’, signed artists proof, dated 2010 together with ‘Marc Bolan’, signed limited edition print, numbered 32/250, dated 2013, both framed and mounted (2), the first overall 66cm x 64.5cm, the second overall 44cm x 54cm £120-£180 628. ‡ David Bowie: George Underwood (British, b.1947) ‘David Bowie’ portrait print, artists proof, signed in pencil to margin and dated 2017, framed and mounted, overall 44cm x 54cm, within frame 28.75cm x 39cm £80-£120

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629. ‡ David Bowie: George Underwood (British, b.1947) ‘Changes’ promo poster print, signed to margin and dated 2010, framed and mounted, overall 85cm x 60.5cm, within frame 59cm x 42cm £80-£120

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632. ‡ David Bowie: George Underwood (British, b.1947) ‘Ziggy Live in LA’ large limited edition print numbered 7/150, signed and dated to margin 2016, framed and mounted, overall 78.5cm x 117cm, within frame 50cm x 96cm approximately £150-£250

633. David Bowie: A limited edition plaster face mask signed to back by ‘Erick Erikson’, finished in gold paint, numbered 46/1000, together with a further plaster face mask of Bowie, the first approximate height 30cm, the second height approximately 27cm £80-£120 634. ‡ George Underwood (British, b.1947) ’Pale Lady’ limited edition print, signed artists proof, dated 2017, framed and mounted, overall 84 x 99cm, within mount 62cm x 49cm £80-£120

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635 635. ‡ George Underwood (British, b.1947) A collection of four small version David Bowie ‘Ziggy Stardust’ related prints, including; ‘Stardust Memories’, ‘Depth of the Circle’, ‘Snow White Tan’, ‘Ziggy Live in LA’, each signed and dated 2010 (4), the latter overall 30.25 x 43.2cm £120-£180

636. David Bowie: A poster for performance at Plymouth Guildhall Sunday 30th April 1972, artwork by Jim Condon, height 58.5cm, width 45cm £100-£150

637. David Bowie: A collection of six vintage posters including: Diamond Dogs Tour poster, art by Peellaert, Mainman, Printed in USA; David Bowie by George Underwood Big O posters, 3A8, signed by Underwood 2011; ‘Bill Graham presents - Live at Oakland Colosseum, 1978, featuring artwork by Randy Tuten; Never Let Me Down, 1987 album promo poster; Sound + Vision tour poster, Berlin 8th April 1990; The Glass Spider Tour, 1987 (6) £120-£180

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 638. A vintage Super Fina glass petrol pump globe of triangular form, in red and blue, height 45.5cm £100-£200 639. Formula One: Three signed John Player Special Team Lotus black and white promotional photographs each autographed in gold coloured ink by Ayrton Senna, Johnny Dumfries and Elio de Angelis, circa 1985, framed and mounted together, overall 22.5cm x 43.5cm, each image 12.75cm x 9.1cm Acquired from Legends in Time, Ascot £400-£600 640. Formula One: ‘Michael Schumacher, 1997 Monaco Grand Prix, Ferrari 310B’ by Alan Stammers, signed by Michael Schumacher and Alan Stammers in pencil, published by Peter Ratcliffe, framed and mounted, overall 78cm x 103cm £100-£200

638 641. ‡ Formula One: A Gavin MacLeod limited edition ‘Ayrton Senna da Silva - The Last Victory’ artists proof, signed in pencil to lower right, edition of 850, Published by Goggles Historic Racing Pictures, framed and mounted, overall 90.5cm x 66cm £80-£120

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642. ‡ Formula One: A limited edition print by Nicholas Watt ‘First Among Equals’ depicting Ayrton Senna’s first race victory, signed and numbered 173/850, framed and mounted, overall 72cm x 90cm £70-£100

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 643. A Victorian 1828 pattern Scottish Highland light infantry Officer’s basket hilt broadsword 31 3/42 etched fullered double edged steel blade bearing VR cypher and thistle decoration with proof mark to one side, steel basket guard with red cloth liner, wire bound leather grip and tassel pommel fringe, plain steel scabbard with two suspension rings, overall length 103cm £100-£200 644. A George V Royal Artillery Officer’s sword the 34 1/4” fullered single edged etched steel blade bearing GR cypher over a field cannon and royal Artillery winged thunderbolts, proof mark to one side, plated three bar guard, wire bound leather grip, brown pigskin scabbard with hanger, Overall length 106cm £150-£250

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645. A George V Infantry Officer’s Sword 32” fullered steel blade, with proof mark to one side, numbered 12733, regulation brass hilt with GRV cypher, wire bound shagreen grip, steel scabbard with two suspension rings, overall length 101cm £80-£120

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646. A 19th century Italian M1860 Heavy Cavalry Troopers Sabre the 35” fullered curved single edge blade, bearing RF proof mark, steel guard with drop shaped slot numbered 177 and bearing RF proof mark, wire bound leather grip, steel scabbard with two suspension rings, overall length 108cm £100-£150 647. A pair of 19th century Islamic Ottoman silver-gilt scabbard hangers sultans Tughra mark, Egyptian marks, the faceted mounts fitted with a suspension ring, length 7.5cm, weight approx. 2.49ozt £100-£150 648. A pair of early 19th century Scottish boxlock percussion pistols by A Glendening Langholm the 6.5cm octagonal barrels with foliate signed A Glendening Langholm, foliate engraved boxlocks, proof marks, folding triggers, dolphin hammers, cross hatched walnut butts with vacant escutcheons and butt caps. (2), length 17.5cm £80-£120

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649. Westmorland & Cumberland Yeomanry Cavalry, silver Merit Award Medal, 1854 unmarked, suspended on bar with ribbon, in fitted leather case stamped 1854, diameter 38mm £80-£120

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653. A WWI four medal group awarded to 925758 DVR E.G. Henley formed of War and Victory medals, Territorial War Medal For Voluntary Service Overseas 1914-19, on ribbons with bar and Territorial Efficiency Medal, together with a WWII Defence Medal, a cased silver gilt and blue enamel RAOB Buffalo founders jewel cast in relief with the head of a bull with pink stone set eyes, engraved verso ‘Alexandra Lodge No 2307 presented to Primo Edward G Henley March 16th 1928, various badges, a General bus drivers cap badge in blue enamel, a WWII Warrant officers 2nd Class 2 leather wristband. etc. (qty), various £100-£200

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654. A WWI Mons star four medal group awarded to M 32580 Pte William George Brown formed of 1914 star, War and Victory medals and cased Elizabeth II Imperial Service medal, together with another associated cased Imperial Service medal awarded to Robert Ernest James (5) £100-£150 655. WWII Australian six medal group awarded to NX 56053 Earnest Wynne Wallis and a related wartime photograph album formed of War, Defence and Australia Service medals, The 1939-1945 Star, The Pacific Star and the The Africa Star, the on ribbons, named, with two silk bars, the album with annotated b&w photographs of Egypt, Syria, Palestine, New Guinea, Borneo to include ‘Shell Bursts at Tel Eisa, Egypt’, ‘A German soldier after one of our shells had hit the ammunition in 88mm gun pit’, ‘Italian prisoners at Sidi Abd El Rahman’, ‘machine gun firing during an attack New Guinea’, Indian guard (ex-P.O.W.) making Jap prisoners salute him’, ‘Japanese prisoners’, ‘Dayah Head Hunter’ (2) By descent. Earnest Wynne Wallis (1907-1967) Professional photographer, joined the Australian Army during the war, and served with a machine-gun battalion in various theatres of operation and was among the official photographers at the Japanese surrender ceremonies £200-£300

657 650. A South Africa1877-79 ‘Zulu’ Campaign medal awarded to TPR P. C Scott. D /3rd Cape YEOry, on ribbon £200-£300 651. A South Africa1878-79 ‘Zulu’ Campaign and Long Service and Good conduct two medal group awarded to 1724/2100 Pte John Lipscombe 13th (1st Somersetshire) Regiment Light Infantry campaign medal 1878-9 clasp on ribbon, accompanied my copies of service history papers £400-£600 652. A WWI three medal group awarded to M2 T.J. Bailey A.S.C. formed of War and Victory medal with oak leaves and 1914-15 campaign star, on ribbons, accompanied by dress miniatures accompanied by a mentioned in Despatches certificate to Royal Army Service Corps M2/115503 Pte T.J. Bailey, dated 9th March1919 and signed Winston S Churchill (2) £100-£150

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656. A WWII four medal naval medal group and ephemera and WWI two medal group first awarded to SS. 11244 (CH. B. 19701) A. Jarvis. A.B.R.F.R formed of War and Victory medals 1939-46 star and a George VI Royal Fleet Reserve Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, on ribbons, accompanied by H.M.S. Emerald cap ribbon and an Xmas card with a black & White photograph of the ship, together with a WWI two medal group awarded to 200723 Pte A. Jarvis Labour Corps, formed of war medal on ribbon and Victory medal (qty), various £100-£150 657. WWII Military Cross six medal group awarded to Major Chester Fleetwood Williams 2nd Royal Lancers Indian Armoured Corps formed of George VI Military Cross inscribed 1945, 1939-45 Star, The Africa Star, The Burma Star The France and Germany Star and the War Medal, on ribbons accompanied by a set of dress miniatures on ribbons, citation, presentation letter with facsimile George VI signature, framed French F.F.I Diplome d'Honeur with enamel badge and officer's commission dated 1936, (4) By descent £2,000-£3,000

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 660. France: Louis XVI bronze medal commemorating the La Perouse expedition of the La Boussole and L’Astrolabe frigates after Duvivier B., Louis XVI facing left within legend Louis XVI Roi de France et De Navarre, re ‘Led Fregates Du Roi De France la Boussole et L’Astrolabe Commandees Par M.M. De LA Perouse Et De LA Perouse Et De Langle Parties Du Port de Brest En Juin 1785 within a laurel wreath, re sent on an exploring expedition to the eastern coast of Asia. Both were lost with all hands near the New Hebrides, diameter 60mm £200-£300 661. 19th century and later medals to include Victoria bronze coronation medal, 1838 by Pistrucci, a Joan Galeatius medal commemorating the construction of the spire of the Duomo di Milano, 1844, An Edward VIII silver coronation medal, an Italian .800 silver Sigillo Trecentesco del Comune di Trieste medallion, engraved verso H.M.S Coventry in Trieste 26.9.930-VIII Il Podesta d.d.d., an Ottoman medal etc. (6), first diameter 37mm £80-£120

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660 658. A Victorian silver-gilt badge for the City of London Lord Mayor and Sheriff’s Committee London, 1862, makers marks W.P over G.S, of shield design surmounted by The Prince of Wales Plumes, coronet and motto and bearing three further coats of arms of the Lord Mayor and Sheriffs, engraved Presented by the Right Honourable W. Annserson Rose Lord Mayor. J.C. Lawrence Esqr Ald. Hugh Jones Esqr Sherriff’s 1862-3 to Thos Burrowes Esqr Member of the Committee, raised ropetwist border, in original fitted leather case, height 10.5cm, weight approx. 1.62ozt £100-£200 659. A Group of three Metropolitan Police Medals awarded to P C W Batt S Division formed of Victoria 1897 bronze Jubilee medal, Edward VII 1902 bronze Coronation medal and George V 1911 silver Coronation medal (3), various £70-£90

662. A collection of Victorian and later silver and other prize medals and medallions to include: Royal Naval School New Cross, The Cookney Prize Medal For Industry and Good conduct, 1854, a silver prize medal, the obverse featuring the diademed head of a young Queen Victoria facing left, by W. J. Taylor, 3rd class won by W. Beal July 14th 1865, pinned swivel brooch mount, a St Johns Wood Art Schools prize medal for best drawing awarded to I.M. Hutchison, 1897, two Army Athletic club silver medals for Public Schools Boxing Competition, 1898 + 1900, seven Kent Education committee silver medals on ribbons, a two red morocco cased Royal Academy of Music bronze medals dated 1939, other assorted medals to include Institution of Naval architects medal by Wyon suspended on ribbon in original card box, Urban District Council Chiswick long service medal, two Jewish Religious education Board silvered medals 1906 + 1907 etc., Victorian and Edwardian silvered school attendance medals, etc. (qty), first diameter 47mm, silver weight approx. 12.5ozt £150-£250 663. A collection of fourteen trial-piece bronze medals comprising Royal Geographical Society Scott medal for the British Antarctic Expedition, 1910-1913 by Bowcher and other commemorative medals: Malharrao, Gaekwar (1871-75) from the rulers of the Baroda State by Bowcher, 700th anniversary of the Foundation of Liverpool by Allen, Florence Nightingale etc. together with seven uniface medals to include an Eisteddfod medal by W. Goscombe John, dated 1898, front and back, Centenary of the Stockton and Darlington Railway by Gilbert Bayes, The Royal Institute of British Architects medal by George Frampton, Rubber Growers Association London, etc. (14), first diameter 5.5cm £200-£300 663 (part)

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 664. 19th century commemorative and prize exhibition medals to include Melbourne International Exhibition, 1880 bronze medal by H.S. Stomes, named to rim Grimshaw & Baxter, London, London Watchmaking Tools, in original leather case of issue, Manchester Art Treasures Exhibition 1867 silvered medal by Pinches in gilt brass case, Royal Jubilee Exhibition Manchester, 1887 medal and gilt tooled leather folding shield shaped Season Ticket, International Exhibition 1862 silvered medal by Pinches, a silvered medal with a West Front View of the Building at South Kensington, a medal by Dowler with South front View and gilt brass token, a Victorian Era Exhibition 1897 silvered medal by Bowcher issued by Spink in original red card case of issue, George Frederic Handel Centenary Commemoration Crystal Palace, 1859, bronze medal by W.J Taylor, a bronze National medal for success in Art awarded to Albert T. Gilbert, Subject10b and City of Toronto Semi-Centennial 1884 Celebration silvered medal by Rolph Smith & Co. (12), first diameter 77mm £80-£120

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665. A silver-gilt prize medal For the London International Exhibition, 1884 by Pinches and A. Fisch standing Classical figure holding a key and caduceus, opening Exhibition doors titled Industry & Science, rev with wreathed legend, named Ismay Imrie & Co, diameter 64mm £100-£150 666. City of London Corporation. Royal Entertainment at Guildhall 9th July 1851, For the Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations (Great Exhibition) silver attendance medal by W. Wyon diademed bust of Victoria left., rev. Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations … Royal Entertainment at Guildhall 9th July 1851, unnamed, diameter 36mm £100-£150

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667. Great Exhibition, 1851. Fourteen Exhibitor bronze medals by Wyon bare head Albert left, rev. dove upon a Globe inscribed Exhibitor within wreath, edges named: United Kingdom. Class 5. Nos 64 & 580, cased., United Kingdom. Class 5. No 616., United Kingdom. Class 5. No 685. CL.30 No 239., United Kingdom. Class 5. No 413., United Kingdom. Class 8. No 207., United Kingdom. Classes 12 & 15 No 128., United Kingdom. Class 19. No 379., United Kingdom. Class 26. No 19., United Kingdom. Class 26. No 61., cased., United Kingdom. Class 26. No 31., United Kingdom. Class 29. No 129., Ionian Islands. No.3., India, Capt Jagers., Presented to Richard Sainthill By Leonard C. Wyon. (14), each diameter 45mm £200-£400

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 668. Great Exhibition, 1851. Ten For Services bronze medals by Wyon bare head Albert left, rev. For Services within wreath, edges named, to: B Downs., Edward Butt, Police Sergeant., United Kingdom., Class 17. No 73., G. Cottam., Charles Ward, J. Seaward., J. German., W. Bartram., Matthew Banks, Police Inspector. and E. Clark., five in original leather cases (10), each diameter 48mm £200-£400

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669. Great Exhibition, 1851. Nine For Services copper medals by Wyon bare head Albert left, rev. For Services within wreath, edges named, to: Major Boyd., S. Redgrave., Henry Duck., Chinnery & Co., Rev. R. Walker., R.S. Barlow., J. Harding., J. Plowman., one unnamed (9), each diameter 48mm £200-£250 670. 1851 Great Exhibition commemorative medals and tokens to include Albert Prince Consort Founder of International Exhibitions of 1851 and 1862 Inauguration of the Memorial of the Exhibition copper medal 1863 by Charles Wiener, a copper medal by Ottley with bust of Queen Victoria and Albert, reverse with a figure of Britannia and symbols of industry, a silvered metal example of the same medal, a silvered medal by Allen & More in a fitted red case, two silvered medals by Ottley for the Building for the Great Exhibition, an other by Ottley for the Opening and a brass copy of the same medal, two silvered medals by Davis, two silvered medals by Allen & Moore, various other silvered medals, The Crystal Palace Medal Box containing four silvered tokens, silvered and brass tokens and an enamelled silver brooch dated 1851 (qty), First diameter 68mm £150-£250

670 671. Crystal Palace commemorative and exhibition prize medals to include a cased bronze medal by Pinches for the opening 1854, a silvered example of the same medal, a silvered medal by Wyon, bust of Paxton left for the opening 1854, a silvered medal by Dowler, for the 1862 Exhibition, two bronze medals by Pinches for the Visit of the band of the Imperial Regiment of Guides 1854, a bronze medal by Desaide Roquelay for The Universal Society For The Encouragement of Arts and Industry, 1856 awarded to Messrs Elkington Mason & Co., a silvered medal for the Great International Exhibition 1856 by Pinches, a cased silvered medal by Pinches for the opening 1864 in brass case of issue, International Velocipede & Loco-Machine Exhibition 1869 gilt medal by W. J. Taylor, The People’s Palace London - Apprentices 1887 Exhibition copper medal by J.A. Restall, The National Co-operative Festival Home Industries i-Crystal Palace copper medal, a London & Provincial Ornithological Society silver prize medal 1862 (unnamed), another silver prize medal (unnamed), the Naval & Military Exhibition, 1901 gilt medal, various silvered medals and tokens, attendance medals on ribbons, etc. (qty), first diameter 63mm £100-£200

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 673. Princess Alexandra of Denmark, Entry to the City of London, 1863 commemorative bronze medal by Wyon, cased head left, rev. Alexandra led by the Prince of Wales being welcomed by Londinia, in original fitted gilt tooled leather case bearing Arms of the City of London and commemoration text, diameter 7.7cm £100-£150 674. Victoria. City of London, 1887, Golden Jubilee commemorative bronze medal by A. Scharff., conjoined old and young crowned and draped busts, rev Britannia in. chariot drawn by lions, flanked by Justice, Genius and Prudence, diameter 8cm £100-£200

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674 672. Victoria Accession copper medal, 1837 by J. Ottley and a collection 1887 Golden Jubilee commemorative medals first three quarter length bust, hair in chignon rev legend and wreath together with a silver medal by M. Rhodes, rev engraved Borough of Bradford Jubilee Festivities presented to Mr Angus Faulkner by Angus Holden Mayor, a silver medal by J. Carter with suspension loop engraved Mr J.T. Judges . Hon Sec. Jubilee Committee, Loughborough, a silver medal by J.C Borough of Lewes, engraved Thomas E. Pearing, Lewes School of Art, cased silver medal by Sunday School J. Moore, cased copper medal by Heaton, a turned boxwood gilt medal J. Moore, two silvered medal Canada medal s by P.W.Hills & Co Toronto, a cased silvered medal by Wyon, others for Borough of Evesham County of Warwick, Calcutta, Croydon, Exeter Ilford, Reading, Lancaster x2, Old Grand Lodge, Surbiton Grand Lodge North & East Yorkshire, and St Margaret and St John Westminster Children’s Jubilee Celebrations (drilled) etc. (qty), first diameter 50mm £100-£200

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675. A large collection of Victoria 1887 and 1897 Diamond Jubilee commemorative medals, medallions, medalets, brooches and badges to include 1887:to include a cased silver-gilt and enamel Albert Edward Prince of Wales medal on ribbon, Army and Navy silvered medal on ribbon town medals: Biddlestone and Slaughterford, Birmingham, Borough of Brighton, School Children of Dover, Exeter x2, Hornsey, Borough of Guildford x 2, Borough of Kidderminster, Middlesborough x2. Borough of Oldham, Norwich x 2, Stockton-Upon-Tees and Yarmouth, Isle of Wight; a gilt embossed card shield shaped Northampton badge, The Queen Jubilee Puzzle advertising The Perfect Timekeeper 10/6-The Waterbury Watch, etc., 1897:cased silver Glasgow Children’s Fete medallion, two other examples of the same medallion in bronze, Liverpool silver Jubilee medal on ribbon, three Metropolitan Police Jubilee medals on ribbons, Army and Navy medal by Spink on ribbon, Town jubilee medals: Central Wards of Rawtenstall, Burton-On-Trent, Lymington, Norwich Middlesborough, Peterborough, Wigan x3; Advertising medals and tokens: Western Gazette and Pullman News Newspapers, two Epps’s Cocoa aluminium tokens, A.I Cakes Far Famed Cakes & Biscuits are THE Best, Mellin’s Food, Money Lent by Gibson 346 Victoria St. Grimsby; various others some enamelled, other on ribbons, tokens, a rosette etc. (qty), various £100-£150 676. Three Victoria 1897 Diamond Jubilee commemorative medals first by J E Boehm, bronze, crowned bust left, rev. by Lord Leighton, engraved by Wyon, Queen enthroned surrounded by seven figures, Royal Mint issue in fitted gilt tooled case, second Corporation of London bronze medal by F. Bowcher, issued by Spink, third a copper medal by F. Bowcher issued by Spink. (3), first diameter 77mm £150-£250

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 677. Victoria 1897 Diamond Jubilee Commemorative silver and white metal medals first by Bowcher issued by Spink, second veiled crowned bust right rev. figure of Victory with holding a laurel wreath and a shield with the Royal Arms, Windsor Castle behind, together other commemoratives: cased Southport medal by Ottley, a cased medal by John Pinches, St Luke Manningham medal by Bowcher issued by Spink, a City and Borough of Peterborough token, 2 x Argentina, Buenos Aires medals by J.D., veiled crowned head left rev/ flags of Argentina and Great Britain, etc. (10), first diameter 77mm £80-£120 678. Victoria 1897 Jubilee commemorative medals to include copper medals by Bowcher issued by Spink, in case of issue cased bronze medal by TB, a gilt medallion by TB, cased Borough of Newcastle under Lyme copper medal, St Peter’s Eaton Square, St Gabriel’s Church, Pimlico, a silvered British Commerce medal by F. Bowcher issued by Spink, etc. (qty), first diameter 50mm £100-£150 679. Edward VII and George V commemorative coronation and jubilee medals and medallions to include silver Edward Prince of Wales investiture medallion, 1911 by W. Goscombe in a fitted red morocco case stamped in gilt with the Prince of Wales plumes, George V: bronze Metropolitan Borough of Wandsworth coronation medal in fitted case, bronze 1911 coronation medal by Reeve in fitted case, a 1935 silver jubilee medal in fitted red morocco case, two silver and blue enamel L.V.S medals on ribbons cased, Edward VII: silver 1902 coronation medal by J.M, Royal Warrant Holders Association medalet etc., together with Edward VII and George V coronation medallions and medals, badges etc., a Mazawattee Edward VII Chocolate commemorative tin, etc. (qty), various £100-£200

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680. Royal Mint. George VI, 1937, official small gold commemorative coronation medal by Percy Metcalfe crowned bust facing left, rev, crowned bust of Queen Elizabeth facing left, in original gilt tooled red leather case of issue, one of 422 struck, diameter 33mm, weight approx. 23.4g £600-£800 681. An Elizabeth II commem­ orative silver jubilee 500g .999 pure silver proof ingot London, 1977, Britannia by JMM, stamped presented by C.E. Heath & Co Ltd on the occasion of the Silver jubilee of H.M. Queen Elizabth II 1977, in case of issue, length 9.3cm, weight approx. 16ozt £100-£200 682. Hallmark replicas Limited. The Empire Collection, a limited edition set of twenty five silver gilt replica stamp ingots no 4787. in a fitted leather presentation case with certificate and with companion book (2), weight approx. 15ozt £150-£200

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683. Modern silver proof, silver and other coins Elizabeth II cased silver proof commemorative crowns: 2x 1972 silver wedding crown and 3 x 1977 silver jubilee crown, in capsules or sealed with certificate, a small selection of 1920-1946 silver coins to include a 1937 crown, half crowns, florins shillings etc., Canada 1967 one dollar, Mexico 1968 25 Pesos, Ireland 1966 10 shilling, New Zealand: 2 x 1976 polished standard Specimen coin sets (sealed), United States: one dollar, 1883, 1887, 1972 sealed proof uncirculated Liberty dollar and 1963 and 2 x 1972 uncirculated sets a 1973 proof set, 2 x 1970 proof sets and 2 x 1971 decimal proofs sets, etc. (qty), silver weight approx. 9.2ozt, post 1920 silver coins approx. 7.75ozt £100-£200 684. A selection of modern cased gold and silver proof coins gold coins comprising Fabula Aurum Elizabeth II Tristan Da Cunha: One Crown 2008, Anniversary of the birth of Lord Nelson, and 1/2 crowns: 2009 Eagle, 2009 Springbok and 2009 George and the dragon, silver proof coins comprising: Roses Of British Royalty five crown set, British Virgin Islands 2008 Richard the Lionheart crown, Tristan Da Cunha gold plated £5 coins in set with rubies and white enamel, 2008 + 2009, a .958 The Changing Face of Britain’s Coinage medal and an 1890 enamelled crown, mostly in capsules and boxed (qty), gold weight approx. 4.1g, silver weight approx. 9ozt £200-£250

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 685. A collection silver and other proof sets and coins to include Franklin Mint: Barbados, 1973, Belize 1974, British Virgin Islands 1973 and Commonwealth of The Bahamas 1974 proof sets and 1975 Ten Dollar Independence Coin, together with Panama Simon Bolivar 1783-1830 commemorative 20 Balboas, Cayman Islands Proof set 1974, Cook Islands 1973 Elizabeth II Twentieth Anniversary Two Dollars, Queen Elizabeth II silver jubilee crown, United States Mint Proof set 2009, a Royal Mint Medal to mark end of production at Tower Hill, 1975, an Arizona Memorial Museum Association Pearl Harbour 50th Anniversary Medallion and a J.F. Kennedy medallion, all cased (qty), weight approx. 25ozt £250-£350 686. A collection of mostly British silver coins pre and post 1920. silver coins to include boxed Festival of Crown, Canada dollar 1965, Edward VII florin, 1910, etc., George V crown 1935, George VI crown 1937 x2 and a quantity of pre 1947 half crowns, florins, shillings, sixpences and threepences (qty), weight of silver coins approx. 6.41ozt, weight pre 1947 coins approx. 20.5ozt £150-£250 687. A collection of Victorian and later pre 1920 and pre 1947 silver and other coins pre 1920 coins to include Victoria 1887 crown, half crowns x 2, florin, shillings x2, shilling, 1887, Hong one dollars 1902 and 1913 etc., pre 1947 coins to include crowns, half crowns, florins shillings etc., some late Roman coins, etc. (qty), pre 1920 weight approx. 9.19ozt, pre 1947 weight approx. 20ozt £200-£300

688. Silver commemorative crowns and other silver coins comprising: George VI Festival of Britain Crowns, 1951, boxed with certificates x 5, George VI 1937 silver coronation medallion, boxed, Elizabeth II proof crowns, 1980 Queen Elizabeth 80th Birthday and 1981 Royal Marriage crowns, in capsules and boxed with certificates, together with crowns: Victoria 1887 + 1890, George V 1935 x 5, George VI 1937, other assorted pre 1920 and Swiss coins (qty), silver weight approx. 11.4ozt, post 1920 crowns approx. 4.96ozt £100-£150 689. Medieval, Elizabethan and 17th century British coins to include Edward I Bristol penny, Henry III penny, Elizabeth I sixpences 1591 + 1593, Charles I shilling, 1639/40 tower mint, Charles II: maundy coins: fourpence, 1671+1679, threepence 1679 x 2. twopence, 1679 x 2 and pennies 1670 + 1677, James II: maundy coins fourpence 1686 + 1687 threepence 1687 x 2 and twopence 1687 x 2 (qty), various £200-£300 690. 17th, 18th and 19th century mostly British silver coins to include a James I rose penny, Charles I fourpence (drilled), Charles II shilling 1677, and twopence, undated, George II shilling 1758 x2, and sixpence, 1757, George III shilling, 1787 and Maundy penny, 1812, George IV shilling 1825 together with France Louis XVI ecu, 1786 and Charles IV 2 Reales, various £100-£200 691. Late 17th and early 18th century British coins to include William and Mary: Maundy twopences, 1689 + 1691, farthing, 1694 x2 and halfpenny 1694 x2, William III: half crowns, 1695 + 1697, shilling 1696 x 2, sixpence 1796 x2, threepence 1701 x2, farthing, 1697 etc. (qty), various £150-£250

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692. Early to mid 18th century British coins to include George I: shilling 1723 x2, sixpence 1723, halfpenny 1723 and farthing 1721, George II: shilling, 1745 LIMA, sixpence, 1757 + 1746, Maundy fourpence 1739 (drilled), + 1746, Maundy threepnece1740 + 1760 etc. (qty), various £100-£200 693. Early 18th century British coins comprising Queen Anne: Shilling, 1711, x2, sixpence, 1707 x2, Maundy fourpence 1708 + 1710 and Maundy Twopence 1710 x2 (8), various £100-£150 694. 18th, 19th century and modern British coins to include George III: crown, 1820, half crown and shilling 1816, maundy threepence 1762 and maundy twopence 1792 etc., George IV crown and halfcrown, 1821, shilling, 1821, William IV: Maundy fourpence, 1836 and Maundy penny, 1835 etc., together with an album of Victoria to modern coins including crowns, 1887 +1896, Elizabeth II twenty pence, undated mule coin (qty), various £100-£200 695. 19th century and later foreign silver coins to include, Sweden Carl XIV Johan Coronation 4 mark, Hawaii Kalakua I 1/4 dollar, 1883, Tibet 1 Rupee, France: Louis Philippe 1 franc and 1/2 franc,1838 + 50 cents 1847, 1/4 franc 1838, Napoleon III 5 francs1868, South Afrika 2 1/2 shillings 1887, Morocco Rial, 1331, Netherlands: Wilhelmina 1 guilden x 2, Juliana 12 guilden 1955, 57 and 58, Spain 5 pesetas 1890, Belgium Leopold III 50 francs, 193920 francs 1949, United States: quarter dollar 1834 + 1876, one dime 1883+1887x3 half dollar, 1966 x2, etc. (Qty), weight approx. 11ozt £150-£250

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 696. A collection of modern mostly British silver and other proof coins silver proof coins: Edward VIII fantasy crown dated 1936 plain edge, struck c.1955, 1oz Britannia 2003 + 2007, 1996 QEII 70th birthday crown, United States 1oz Fine silver dollar, 1993, together with a collection of brilliant uncirculated commemorative crowns, £2 coins, London 2012 sports collection 50 pences x 13, 1981 proof set etc. (qty), silver weight approx. 4.92ozt £80-£120

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697. Victoria 1887 jubilee seven coin specimen set crown to sixpence, in a fitted presentation case, Various £100-£200 698. Edward VII, 1903 Maundy set, cased four coin set, 4d to 1d, bare head right, in original gilt tooled case of issue £70-£90 699. British and Commonwealth coins to include Henry VI silver groat annulet issue, Calais mint 1422-7, Henry VIII silver groat, first coinage, Mary silver groat, Charles I Scottish two pence, 1641, James II: silver Maundy three pence 1686, Irish Gunmoney: crown 1690, Shilling 1689 and sixpence 1689, William III silver crown and sixpence 1696, Anne silver sixpence 1711, George II proof farthing, 1730, George III: silver shilling 1787, sixpences 1787 x2, threepence 1787, Gunports halfpenny, 1799, etc., William VI groat 1837, Victoria: Godless florin, 1849, double florin 1890, other silver coins, pennies etc., together with Ptolemy VI Philometer, Commonwealth coins (Australia, Canada, India, South Africa etc.) Canada: 1971 proof set, 1973 Montreal Olympics5 dollars, and cased Expo. 999 silver 1986 World Exposition medallion USA cased silver proof Liberty Coin 1986 etc. (qty), various £300-£500

698 700. Three albums of George III and later tokens to include pennies: Andover 1812, Anglesey 1787, Anglesey Parys Mine Company 1788 x2, Bath Lambe & Son Tea Dealers 1794, Bristol 1811 x2, Bristol & South Wales 1811, Birmingham 1812 + 1813, Cheltenham x2, Flint 1813, Hull 1812, Hull Lead Works 1812x2, London 1854, Nottingham 1813, Sheffield 1812+1817, Stockton 1813, South Wales, Tunstead 1812, Tiffin 1812x2, Warwickshire 1881, Walthamstow 1813., half pennies: Anglesey 1788, Berkhamsted 1794 Birmingham Donald & Co 1792, Brighton Samuel Francis Chain Pier x 2, Bristol Sheathing Nail 1787, Brutus, Chichester and Portsmouth 1794, Chichester, 1794, Coventry 1792, Canterbury 1794, Deptford 1795, East Grinstead 1795, Eastbourne 1796, Goudhurst W. Myns 1794, Hawkhurst 1794, Hendon Skidmore High Holborn 1794, Hendon David Garrick1794, Hull 1791, Hastings 1794, Hull 1791, Irish Miners 1789, Masonic Half Penny 1790, Munster, Lancaster 1792, Lamberhurst 1794, Liverpool 1792, Leeds 1793, London Newgate 1794, Newgate 179, Ketley 1789, Masonic 1790, Macclesfield 1791, Middlesex Dennis Bakers 1795, Middlesex Lackington 1794, Middle Mail Coach Token, Middlesex Mail Coach, Nelson 1812 British Naval Token, Norwich John Harvey, 1792, 1794 Castle and Market Place, North Wales, Kent 1794 and Maidstone 1795, Walthamstow 1813, Wilkinson 1792, Warwickshire 1791, Shakespeare 1792, John Wilkinson 1791, Halifax 1815, Wellington 1816, Duke Of York 1795, Inverness 1795, Glasgow Princess of Wales 1795, St Mary Magdalen Bermondsey, Southampton St Bevois 1791, Australia Melbourne half penny 1857 etc., together with Bilston silver shilling Rushbury and Woolby, Bath City 1796, Thomsons Wharehouse Edinburgh, North Wales farthing 1793, Colchester Bay Farthing T Renoldson, Cricklade John Lamb, George III health token Dr Eady Dean St Soho, Norwich twopenny, Slave trade abolished 1807, political tokens:Hon T Erskine, William Beckford, John H. Tooke, Wellington, etc., Canada: Bank of Upper Canada 1854, Canada Bank 1837, Bank of Montreal 1842, Nova Scotia penny 1824, New Brunswick penny 1843 x2, New Brunswick1843, Quebec Bank penny 1837 x2 +1852, Quebec J.Shawe & Co., Ireland:Dublin penny J. Hilles + 1816, Dublin halfpenny 1796, Bank 1813 (drilled), Dublin Tolbort Fyan Grocer halfpenny 1794, silver six penny token, Munster half penny, and a large quantity of hop tokens, market tokens, Coop tokens others, model guineas and other coins (qty), various £300-£500

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701. A George III guinea, 1776 laureate head right, rev crowned shield, diameter 25mm, weight approx. 8.3g £300-£400 702. A George III 1790 gold spade guinea fifth head facing right, rev spade shield, drilled, diameter 25mm, weight approx. 8.1g £200-£300 703. A George III Third-Guinea, 1804 laureate head facing right, rev. crown and date within legend, diameter 18mm. weight approx. 2.7g £100-£200 704. United States one dollar, 1851 liberty head facing left, rev value and date within wreath, diameter 9mm, weight approx. 1.8g £70-£90 705. Victoria gold full sovereign, 1853 young head facing left, rev crowned shield, diameter 23mm, weight approx. 7.9g £250-£300

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706. A Victoria gold half sovereign, 1883 young head facing left, slabbed in a fitted presentation box, diameter 21mm, weight approx. 3.9g £100-£200

711. An Edward VII gold full sovereign, 1907 bald head facing right, Rev George slaying the dragon, diameter approx. 23mm, approx. 8g £250-£350

707. Australia Victoria gold full sovereign, 1886 young head facing left S below bust for Sydney Mint, George slaying the dragon, diameter 23mm, weight approx 8g £250-£350

712. Edward VII gold half sovereign, 1907 bare head facing right, rev George slaying the dragon, diameter 20mm, weight approx. 3.9g £100-£150

708. Victoria, 1892 gold half sovereign veiled bust facing right, rev crowned shield, diameter 20mm, weight approx. 3.9g £100-£150 709. Netherlands. Two Wilhelmina 1897 gold 10 guidlers diameter 23mm, weight approx. 6.8g £200-£250 710. Australia. Victoria gold full sovereign, 1900 veiled head facing left, M for Melbourne mint, rev George slaying the dragon, diameter 22mm, weight approx. 8g £250-£300

713. A George V gold full sovereign, 1911 bare head facing left, rev George slaying the dragon, diameter 23mm, weight approx. 8g £250-£350 714. Edward VII, 1912, gold half sovereign bare head facing left, rev. George slaying the dragon, diameter 20mm, weight approx. 4g £100-£150 715. A George V gold full sovereign, 1913 bare head facing left, rev George slaying the dragon, diameter 23mm, weight approx. 8g £250-£350

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716. A George V gold half sovereign, 1915 bare head facing left, rev George slaying the dragon, diameter 20mm, weight approx. 3.9g £100-£200 717. A George V gold full sovereign, 1915 bare head facing left, rev George slaying the dragon, diameter 23mm, weight approx. 8g £250-£350 718. Netherlands. Wilhelmina 1911 + 1932 gold 10 guilders diameter 23mm, weight approx. 13.4g (2) £300-£400 719. Austro-Hungary. Franz Joseph I. 1915 gold 20 Corona, diameter 23mm, weight approx. 6.7g £180-£220 720. Switzerland. 1947 gold 20 Francs diameter 22mm, weight approx. 6.4g £180-£220

721. Queen Elizabeth II The Commonwealth of the Bahamas 1973 Fifty Dollars commemorative gold proof coin issued by John Pinches, diameter 30mm, weight approx. 15,6g £200-£250 722. An Elizabeth II Isle of Man gold full sovereign, 1973 diameter 23mm, weight approx. 8g £250-£350 723. An Elizabeth II gold full sovereign, 1974 diameter 24cm, weight approx. 7.9g £280-£320 724. An Elizabeth II gold full sovereign, 1974 diameter 24cm, weight approx. 7.9g £280-£320 725. An Elizabeth II gold full sovereign, 1974 diameter 24cm, weight approx. 7.9g £280-£320 726. An Elizabeth II gold full sovereign, 1974 diameter 24cm, weight approx. 7.9g £280-£320 727. South Africa 1oz fine gold Krugerrand, 1974 diameter 33mm, weight approx. 34g £800-£1,200

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728. South Africa1oz fine gold Krugerrand, 1974 diameter 33mm, weight approx. 34g £800-£1,200 729. Panama 100 Balboas gold coin, 1975 and Turkey 25 Kurus, 1978 first cased (2), first weight approx. 8.3, second 1.8g £200-£300 730. Bradford Exchange. Diana Princess of Wales cased 22ct gold half sovereign and 9ct gold limited edition commemorative coin both in capsules, with certificates and cased (2), total weight approx. 8g £140-£180 731. Westminster Mint: Elizabeth II 2008 Guernsey £25 RAF commemorative gold proof coin in capsule, boxed with leaflet, together with other silver proof commemoratives: Elizabeth II, 1995 piedfort silver proof United Nations £2, Guernsey 2008 RAF commemorative crown, Guernsey 2009 Moon Landing crown etc., other cupro-nickel commemorative crowns and modern coins (qty), first diameter 22mm, weight approx. 7.9ozt, silver weight approx. 3.36ozt £250-£300

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR BIDDERS AND BUYERS Each auction is prepared in advance and is on public view at the saleroom for one day before the sale, and the morning of the sale. No passes or appointments are required

CONDITIONS OF BUSINESS All lots are offered subject to Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd’s Conditions of Business ESTIMATES AND RESERVES Estimates are published as a guide only and are subject to review. The actual hammer price of a lot may be higher or lower than the range of figures given and there are no predetermined starting prices. Estimates may be subject to revision. Published estimates are exclusive of buyer’s premium and VAT All lots are subject to reserves. The reserve price is never higher than the low pre-sale estimate BUYER’S PREMIUM AND VAT A buyer’s premium of 24% is applicable to all the lots in this sale. The buyer’s premium is inclusive of VAT at the current standard rate (20%), Lots are normally offered for sale under the auctioneers margin scheme and VAT is payable on the buyer’s premium by all buyers Lots marked with a dagger † will be offered under normal UK VAT rules and VAT will be charged on both the hammer price and the buyer’s premium Lots marked with a  will be exempt from VAT PRE-SALE EXHIBITION All auctions are on public view the day before the sale and on the morning of the sale CONDITION REPORTS All prospective bidders are encouraged to attend the pre-sale exhibition and view the lots in person. If this is not possible, we will be pleased to provide a brief condition report where practical. All condition reports are provided in good faith. Buyers are reminded that it is their responsibility to satisfy themselves of the condition of lots. All weights and measurements are approximate only. Please refer to Conditions of Business for further information BIDDING IN PERSON To bid with us you must register to obtain a bidding number. You will be asked to provide proof of identity. All lots sold will be invoiced in the name and address in which the paddle has been registered and will not and cannot be transferred to other names or addresses. If you instruct an agent to bid on your behalf, you will need to provide a letter of authority to this effect. ABSENTEE & TELEPHONE BIDDING Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd is pleased to execute bids on behalf of clients unable to attend the sale in person. All bids should be submitted in writing and in good time, no later than 4.00pm on the day prior to the sale. No absentee or telephone bidding requests will be accepted without a landline telephone number. Lots will be purchased as cheaply as possible (subject to other bids received, reserves and competition in the saleroom), It will be possible to arrange auction room telephone bidding, but subject always to the availability of lines and staffing. These services are offered free of charge and are subject to our Conditions of Business PAYMENT Payment is due in sterling immediately after the sale and before purchases can be released. Payment in person can be made in the saleroom on the day of the auction. After this, payments must be made by post, card transactions by telephone or electronic transfer to our bank. Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd welcomes the following methods of payment: DEBIT CARD We are pleased to accept Debit Cards STERLING CHEQUE OR CASH Cheques are not acceptable tender unless agreed in advance by Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd. We are no longer accepting cash.

ELECTRONIC AND WIRE TRANSFERS Wire transfers can be made directly to our bank: National Westminster Bank plc 33 High Street West Wickham Kent BR4 0WH Please refer to the office for bank details PLEASE NOTE THAT THE FULL AMOUNT OWED MUST BE TRANSFERRED. CATHERINE SOUTHON AUCTIONEERS & VALUERS LTD WILL NOT ACCEPT TRANSFER CHARGES. ALL BANK TRANSFER/COMMISSION CHARGES MUST BE PAID BY THE BUYER Ø - IMPORTANT NOTE: This lot contains elephant ivory and is therefore subject to both CITES regulations and the UK Ivory act 2018. Please be advised that several countries, including those in the EU and the USA, now prohibit the importation of ivory items unless under specific conditions. It is the buyers responsibility to obtain any export or import licenses, certifications and any other required documentation. Prospective buyers should familiarise themselves with the relevant customs regulations of their country and ensure they are able to import this item prior to bidding. The Ivory declaration submission reference number can be found in the catalogue description of the lot.

Y CITES All Lots marked with the Y symbol are sold in compliance with CITES regulations. The Cites Transaction Specific Certificate number can be found in the catalogue description of the lot. For more information visit http://www.defra.gov.uk/ahvla- en/import-exports/cites When exporting outside the UK, Regulations maybe found at: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/cites-imports-and-exports#how-to-apply

Furniture made of Brazilian Rosewood (Dalbergia Negra) To comply with CITES Regulations on post-1947 furniture made of Brazilian Rosewood, all post-war rosewood furniture items have Article 10 certificates. If you are purchasing rosewood furniture for commercial purposes and not solely for your own use, CITES regulations require you to obtain your own certificate. It is the responsibility of commercial buyers to ensure a copy of the certificate is obtained from Catherine Southon Auctioneers.

CATALOGUING TERMS APPLICABLE TO PAINTINGS, DRAWINGS & PRINTS Where a work is catalogued with the name(s) or recognized pseudonym(s) of an artist, it is our opinion that it is a work by the named artist. In other instances, the following expressions are used: “Attributed to…” denotes that in our opinion the work is probably by the named artist or the named artist has made a contribution to the work. “Circle of…” denotes that in our opinion the work shows the stylistic influences of the named artist and dates from the period of the named artist. “Follower of…” denotes that in our opinion the work shows the stylistic influences of the named artist but probably dates from a later period to that of the named artist. “Manner of…” denotes that in our opinion the work is a copy or pastiche of a work or works by the named artist and dates from a later period to that of the named artist. “After…’ denotes that in our opinion the work is a copy by another artist or a printed reproduction of a known work by the named artist. The terms “signed” and/or “dated” denote that in our opinion the work has been signed and/or dated by the named artist. The terms “bears signature” and/or “bears date” denote that in our opinion the work has been signed and/or dated by a hand other than that of the named or quoted artist. Measurements of pictures are given height before width.

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CONDITIONS OF BUSINESS FOR SELLERS The Conditions of Business for Sellers govern all aspects of the consignment, report, holding and sale of Property by Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd and the Conditions of Business for Buyers, as printed in sale catalogues and available from Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd upon request. Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd act as agent for Sellers. Conditions of Business for Buyers and/or Sellers may be amended by additional terms printed in the sale catalogue and/or by notices posted up in the saleroom or announced by the auctioneer. DEFINITIONS “Seller” is the owner of the Property, their agent, executors or the person in possession of the Property (as appropriate) “The Company” means Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd., Lygon House, 50 London Road, Bromley, BR1 3RA, Company registration number “Seller’s Commission” is the commission The Company charges Sellers of Property. “Expenses” are The Company’s expenses, fees and charges relating to the Property, including legal expenses, insurance charges, illustration fees, administration fees, customs duties, shipping and packing costs and any other expenses and VAT on these amounts “Buyer’s Premium” is the commission The Company charges Buyers of Property “Hammer Price” is the highest bid for the Property accepted by the auctioneer “Reserve Price” is the minimum Hammer Price at which the Property may be sold, as agreed between the Seller and The Company “Net Sale Proceeds” are the proceeds of sale actually received by The Company, less Seller’s Commission, Buyer’s Premium and Expenses. “Property” means any item or items of any kind accepted by The Company with a view to its or their sale at auction “Buyer” means the bidder (including a commission bidder) whom The Company has accepted by the fall of the auctioneer’s hammer “Deliberate Forgery” means an imitation made with the intention of deceiving as to authorship, origin, date, age, period, culture or source but which is unequivocally described in the catalogue as being the work of a particular creator and which at the date of the sale had a value materially less than it would have had if it had been in accordance with the description. The Seller’s Commission, Hammer Price, Buyer’s Premium and all Expenses are subject to VAT, where applicable

1. SELLER’S WARRANTIES (a) The Seller warrants to The Company and the Buyer that:(i) the Seller is the owner of the Property or is properly authorised to sell it; (ii) the Seller shall transfer possession and good title in the Property to the Buyer, free from any third party claims; (iii) the Seller has provided all relevant information about the ownership, condition, authenticity, attribution, provenance and import/export history of the Property; (iv) there are no copyright or other restrictions on The Company’s rights to produce and publish images of the Property. (b) The Seller will indemnify The Company, its directors, employees, officers and Buyers of the Property against all losses and damages resulting from a breach of any of these warranties or other Conditions of Business. The Company may cancel, rescind or postpone sales of Property where it reasonably believes that there has been or may be a breach of these warranties or any other Conditions of Business by the Seller

Company’s standard rates. The Company reserves the right to pay out of its commissions a fee to any third party introducing Sellers or Property to it (f) Sellers are prohibited from bidding on their own Property.

3. WITHDRAWAL OF PROPERTY (a) If the Seller withdraws any Property from sale after their written agreement to sell it, The Company may charge the Seller 50% of the Seller’s Commission and Buyer’s Premium that The Company would have received had the Property sold at its mid estimate, plus all Expenses (the “Withdrawal Fee”), (b) The Company may withdraw any Property from sale without liability for any of the following reasons:- if (i) it reasonably believes that the authenticity or attribution is questionable; (ii) it reasonably believes that the Seller’s Warranties or other Conditions of Business have been breached; (iii) there is a competing ownership claim or lien over the Property; (iv) the Property does not have all licences and permits required by law, including those required under the Convention on the International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES); (v) the condition of the Property has deteriorated since consignment; (vi) the auction has been postponed for any reason. (c) If the Property is withdrawn for any of reasons 3(b)(ii), or (iii) the Seller shall pay the Withdrawal Fee, as per Condition 3(a), If withdrawn for any other reason, the Property shall be returned to the Seller at the Seller’s expense.

4. EXCLUSION OF LIABILITY (a) The Company shall not be liable for any errors or omissions in any written or oral information provided to Sellers or for acts or omissions relating to the conduct of the auction or any other matter relating to the sale of Property, whether negligent or otherwise, subject always to Condition 4(c), (b) Without prejudice to Condition 4(a), any claim against The Company shall be limited to the Net Sale Proceeds for the relevant Property. The Company shall not in any circumstances be liable for any indirect or consequential losses (c) The Company’s liability to the Seller in respect of death or personal injury caused by The Company’s negligent acts or omissions shall not be excluded or limited

5. LOSS OR DAMAGE TO PROPERTY (a) Unless otherwise agreed in writing, The Company will assume the risk of loss or damage to Property received from the Seller until:(i) risk passes to the Buyer; or (ii) if unsold, 30 days after the sale or when released to the Seller (whichever is earlier); or (iii) 6 months after receipt of the Property by The Company, if not consigned for sale (b) If damage or loss occurs whilst the Property is at the risk of The Company, the maximum amount of The Company’s liability shall be: (i) the Hammer Price of the Property, if sold;

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(ii) the Reserve Price of the Property or as otherwise stated on the Property Receipt, if unsold; or

(a) The Company shall have sole discretion as to how Property is described, illustrated and marketed, and the date, venue and conduct of the sale.

(iii) the mid estimate, if not offered for sale (or The Company’s reasonable estimate of auction value where there are no pre-sale estimates);

(b) All oral or written estimates, appraisals and reports are statements of opinion only, and may not be relied upon as a prediction of the sale price and may be revised from time to time by The Company. The Company is not responsible for error of description (made either orally or in any catalogue) or for the genuineness or authenticity of any lot

less Seller’s Commission and Expenses

(c) The Company may, without obligation, consult with third party experts and carry out such other research for the Property as it deems necessary. The Company may transfer possession of the Property to such third parties and shall not be responsible for the acts and omissions of such third parties (d) The Company shall have the absolute right to produce and publish images of any Property consigned for sale and will retain copyright in any such images it produces (e) The Company will charge a Buyer’s Premium on the sale of the Property at The

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If any Property fails to sell at auction, The Company shall be entitled for a period of 35 days after the auction to sell the Property privately for no less than the Reserve Price (unless otherwise agreed with the Seller) and on the terms of these Conditions of Business.

(c) If the Seller deposits the Property with The Company for more than 1 year and neither collects or consigns it for sale, The Company shall be entitled to sell such Property at a future sale conducted by The Company or elsewhere, with estimates and reserves at The Company’s discretion, after giving the Seller 60 days written notice sent to the Seller’s last known address

8. PAYMENT OF NET SALE PROCEEDS (a) Subject in all cases to prior receipt of cleared funds by The Company and subject to rescission of the sale under Condition 10, 35 days after the sale date or 5 working days after receipt of cleared funds from the Buyer (whichever is later), The Company shall send the Seller the Net Sale Proceeds in pounds sterling, less any other amounts owed by the Seller to The Company. (b) The Company shall not be obliged to check the ability of Buyers to pay for Property and shall have absolute discretion whether to use any of the rights and remedies against defaulting Buyers contained in the Conditions of Business for Buyers.

9. UNSOLD/ UNCOLLECTED PROPERTY (a) The Company will advise Sellers whether or not their Property has sold. Unsold Property may either:(i) be reconsigned for sale; or (ii) be collected by the Seller, in which case a Reduced Commission of 50% of the Seller’s Commission may be payable calculated as if the Property sold for its Reserve Price (where applicable), plus relevant Expenses. (b) If the Seller does not reconsign or collect the Property within 60 days of the auction as per Condition 8(a) (i) or (ii) above, The Company shall be released from any duty of bailment and may in its sole discretion be entitled to:-

10. RESCISSION OF SALES The Company may rescind the sale where it reasonably believes that the Property is a Deliberate Forgery, in which case The Company shall send the Seller a notice of such rescission. The Seller agrees to return to The Company the Net Sale Proceeds received from the sale of such Property together with any additional Expenses incurred by The Company. The Company will return the Property to the Seller upon receipt of the Net Sale Proceeds and Expenses, unless prevented from doing so for reasons beyond The Company’s control

11. DATA PROTECTION (a) The Company will use information supplied by Sellers or otherwise obtained lawfully by The Company for the provision of auction related services, client administration, marketing and as otherwise required by law. (b) By agreeing to these Conditions of Business, the Seller agrees to the processing of their personal information and to the disclosure of such information to third parties world-wide for the purposes outlined in Condition 11(a),

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(i) transfer the Property to independent storage at the Seller’s expense; or

(a) If any part of these Conditions of Business be held unenforceable, the remaining parts shall remain in full force and effect

(ii) re-offer the Property at auction for no less than 50% of the original Reserve Price agreed with the Seller (where applicable), and subject to the Seller’s Commission on the

b) These Conditions of Business shall be interpreted in accordance with English Law under the exclusive jurisdiction of the English Courts, in favour of The Company.

CONDITIONS OF BUSINESS FOR BUYERS 1. INTRODUCTION

3. EXAMINATION OF LOTS

(a) The contractual relationship of Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd and Sellers with prospective Buyers is governed by:

(a) THE COMPANYs knowledge of lots is partly dependent on information provided by the Seller and THE COMPANY is unable to exercise exhaustive due diligence on each lot. Each lot is available for examination before sale. Bidders are responsible for carrying out examinations and research before sale to satisfy themselves over the condition of lots and accuracy of descriptions

(i) these Conditions of Business for Buyers; (ii) the Conditions of Business for Sellers displayed in the saleroom and available from Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd; (iii) any additional notices and terms printed in the sale catalogue, in each case as amended by any saleroom notice or auctioneer’s announcement (b) As auctioneer, Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd acts as agent for the Seller. Occasionally, Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd may own or have a financial interest in a lot

2. DEFINITIONS “Bidder” is any person making, attempting or considering making a bid, including Buyers; “Buyer” is the person who makes the highest bid or offer accepted by the auctioneer, including a Buyer’s principal when bidding as agent; “Seller” is the person offering a lot for sale, including their agent, or executors; “THE COMPANY” means Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd., registered office: Lygon House, 50 London Road, Bromley BR1 3RA. Company Registration number: 08020183; “Buyer’s Expenses” are any costs or expenses due to Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd from the Buyer; “Buyer’s Premium” is the commission payable by the Buyer on the Hammer Price at the current rate of 24% (inc VAT); “Hammer Price” is the highest bid for the Property accepted by the auctioneer at the auction or the post auction sale price; “Purchase Price” is the Hammer Price plus applicable Buyer’s Premium and Buyer’s Expenses; “Reserve Price” (where applicable) is the minimum Hammer Price at which the Seller has agreed to sell a lot The Buyer’s Premium, Buyer’s Expenses and Hammer Price are subject to VAT, where applicable

(b) All oral and/or written information provided to Bidders relating to lots, including descriptions in the catalogue, condition reports or elsewhere are statements of THE COMPANY’s opinion and not representations of fact. Each lot is sold by the Seller with any and all errors of description, faults and imperfections. All weights and measurements are approximate and should not be relied upon as fact. Estimates may not be relied on as a prediction of the selling price or value of the lot and may be revised from time to time at THE COMPANY’s absolute discretion

4. EXCLUSIONS AND LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY TO BUYERS (a) THE COMPANY shall refund the Purchase Price to the Buyer in circumstances where it deems that the lot is a Counterfeit (b) Subject to Condition 4(a), neither THE COMPANY nor the Seller: (i) is liable for any errors or omissions in any oral or written information provided to Bidders by THE COMPANY, whether negligent or otherwise; (ii) gives any guarantee or warranty to Bidders and any implied warranties and conditions are excluded (save in so far as such obligations cannot be excluded by English law), other than the express warranties given by the Seller to the Buyer (for which the Seller is solely responsible) under the Conditions of Business for Sellers; (iii) accepts responsibility to Bidders for acts or omissions (whether negligent or otherwise) by THE COMPANY in connection with the conduct of auctions or for any matter relating to the sale of any lot (c) Without prejudice to Condition 4(b), any claim against THE COMPANY and/ or the Seller by a Bidder is limited to the Purchase Price for the relevant lot. Neither THE COMPANY nor the Seller shall be liable for any indirect or consequential losses (d) Nothing in Condition 4 shall exclude or limit the liability of THE COMPANY or the Seller for death or personal injury caused by the negligent acts or omissions of THE COMPANY or the Seller

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 5. BIDDING AT AUCTION (a) THE COMPANY has absolute discretion to refuse admission to the auction. Before sale, Bidders must complete a Registration Form and supply such information and references as THE COMPANY requires. Bidders are personally liable for their bid and are jointly and severally liable with their principal, if bidding as agent (in which case THE COMPANY’s prior and express consent must be obtained) (b) THE COMPANY advises Bidders to attend the auction, but THE COMPANY will endeavour to execute absentee written bids provided that they are, in THE COMPANY’s opinion, received in sufficient time and in legible form (c) When available, written and telephone bidding is offered as a free service at the Bidder’s risk and subject to THE COMPANY’s other commitments; THE COMPANY is therefore not liable for failure to execute such bids. Telephone bidding may be recorded

Purchase Price and the amount achieved on re-sale, including all costs incurred in such re-sale; (g) Exercise a lien over any Buyer’s Property in THE COMPANY’s possession, applying the sale proceeds to any amounts owed by the Buyer to THE COMPANY. THE COMPANY shall give the Buyer 14 days written notice before exercising such lien; (h) commence legal proceedings to recover the Purchase Price for the lot, plus interest and legal costs; (i) disclose the Buyer’s details to the Seller to enable the Seller to commence legal proceedings

10. FAILURE TO COLLECT PURCHASES

6. IMPORT, EXPORT AND COPYRIGHT RESTRICTIONS

(a) If the Buyer pays the Purchase Price but does not collect the lot within 10 working days of the auction, the lot will be stored at the Buyer’s expense and risk at THE COMPANY’s premises or in independent storage

THE COMPANY and the Seller make no representations or warranties as to whether any lot is subject to import, export or copyright restrictions. It is the Buyer’s sole responsibility to obtain any copyright clearance or any necessary import, export or other licence required by law, including licenses required by law under the International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES)

(b) If a lot is paid for but uncollected within 1 month of the auction, following 60 days written notice to the Buyer, THE COMPANY will re-sell the lot by auction or privately, with estimates and reserves at THE COMPANY’s discretion. The sale proceeds, less all THE COMPANY’s costs, will be forfeited unless collected by the Buyer within 2 years of the original auction

7. CONDUCT OF THE AUCTION

11. DATA PROTECTION

(a) The auctioneer has discretion to refuse bids, withdraw or re-offer lots for sale (including after the fall of the hammer) if (s)he believes that there may be an error or dispute, and may also take such other action as (s)he reasonably deems necessary.(b) The auctioneer will commence and advance the bidding in such increments as (s)he considers appropriate and is entitled to place bids on the Seller’s behalf up to the Reserve Price for the lot, where applicable

(a) THE COMPANY will use information supplied by Bidders or otherwise obtained lawfully by THE COMPANY for the provision of auction related services, client administration, marketing and as otherwise required by law (b) By agreeing to these Conditions of Business, the Bidder agrees to the processing of their personal information and to the disclosure of such information to third parties worldwide for the purposes outlined in Condition 11(a) and to Sellers as per Condition 9(i)

(c) Subject to Condition 7(a), the contract between the Buyer and the Seller is concluded on the striking of the auctioneer’s hammer (d) Any post-auction sale of lots shall incorporate these Conditions of Business

8. PAYMENT AND COLLECTION (a) Unless otherwise agreed in advance, payment of the Purchase Price is due in pounds sterling immediately after the auction (the “Payment Date”) (b) Title in a lot will not pass to the Buyer until THE COMPANY has received the Purchase Price in cleared funds. THE COMPANY will generally not release a lot to a Buyer before payment. Earlier release shall not affect passing of title or the Buyer’s obligation to pay the Purchase Price, as above (c) The refusal of any licence or permit required by law, as outlined in Condition 6, shall not affect the Buyer’s obligation to pay for the lot, as per Condition 8(a) (d) The Buyer must arrange collection of lots immediately after the sale on the day of the auction, or until 12noon on the day after the auction; failing this, only on prior agreement, a mutually convenient day agreed by The Company and the Buyer. Purchased lots are at the Buyer’s risk from the earlier of (i) collection or release to a nominated carrier (ii) 5 working days after the auction. Until risk passes, THE COMPANY will compensate the Buyer for any loss or damage to the lot up to a maximum of the Purchase Price actually paid by the Buyer. THE COMPANY’s assumption of risk is subject to the exclusions detailed in Condition 5(d) of the Conditions of Business for Sellers. (e) All packing and handling of lots is at the Buyer’s risk. THE COMPANY will not be liable for any acts or omissions of third party packers or shippers

9. REMEDIES FOR NON-PAYMENT Without prejudice to any rights that the Seller may have, if the Buyer without prior agreement fails to make payment for the lot within 5 working days of the auction, THE COMPANY may in its sole discretion exercise 1 or more of the following remedies:(a) store the lot at its premises or elsewhere at the Buyer’s sole risk and expense; (b) cancel the sale of the lot;

12. MISCELLANEOUS (a) All images of lots, catalogue descriptions and all other materials produced by THE COMPANY are the copyright of THE COMPANY (b) These Conditions of Business are not assignable by any Buyer without THE COMPANY’s prior written consent, but are binding on Bidders’ successors, assigns and representatives (c) The materials listed in Condition 1(a) set out the entire agreement between the parties (d) If any part of these Conditions of Business be held unenforceable, the remaining parts shall remain in full force and effect (e) These Conditions of Business shall be interpreted in accordance with English Law, under the exclusive jurisdiction of the English Courts, in favour of THE COMPANY.

13. ARTIST’S RESALE RIGHTS From 14th February 2006 all UK art market professionals (which includes, but is not limited to; auctioneers, dealers, galleries, agents and other intermediaries) are required to collect a royalty payment for all works of art that have been produced by living artists. This payment is only calculated on qualifying works of art which are sold for a hammer price more than the UK sterling equivalent of EURO 1,000 – the UK sterling equivalent will fluctuate in line with prevailing exchange rates, for an estimate of the current UK sterling equivalent, please refer to the front of this catalogue. It is entirely the responsibility of the buyer to acquaint himself with the actual EURO to UK Sterling exchange rate on the day of the sale in this regard. The actual qualifying threshold will be calculated by the Artist’s Resale Right Service Hub based on the European Central Bank reference rate published at 2.15pm on the day of the sale, and can be found on www.dacs.org.uk. All items in this catalogue that are marked with ‡ are potentially qualifying items, and the royalty charge will be applied if the hammer price achieved is more than the UK sterling equivalent of EURO 1,000. The royalty charge will be added to all relevant invoices, and must be paid before items can be cleared. All royalty charges are paid to the Design and Artists Copyright Society (‘DACS’), no handling costs or additional fees with respect to these charges will be retained by the auctioneer.

(e) charge interest at 4% per annum above NatWest Bank Base Rate from the Payment Date to the date that the Purchase Price is received in cleared funds;

The royalty charge that will be applied to qualifying items which achieve a hammer price of more than the UK sterling equivalent of EURO 1,000, but less than the UK sterling equivalent of EURO 50,000 is 4% payable by the buyer. For qualifying items that sell for more than the UK sterling equivalent of EURO 50,000 a sliding scale of royalty charges will apply – for a complete list of the royalty charges and threshold levels, please see www.dacs.org.uk. There is no VAT payable on this royalty charge.

(f) re-sell the lot by auction or privately, with estimates and reserves at THE COMPANY’s discretion, in which case the Buyer will be liable for any shortfall between the original

For all questions relating the regulations regarding Droit de Suite royalty charges, please see www.dacs.org.uk, telephone +44 (0) 845 410 3410, or email arr@dacs.org.uk.

(c) set off any amounts owed to the Buyer by THE COMPANY against any amounts owed to THE COMPANY by the Buyer for the lot; (d) reject future bids from the Buyer;

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