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Antiques & Collectables Wednesday 15th September at 10.00am VIEWING Monday 13th September 2pm - 5pm Tuesday 14th September 9am - 5pm Wednesday 15th September 8.30am - 10am Please telephone 0208 468 1010 We are able to offer further images, detailed condition reports and virtual viewing if required. Please note that this will now be a public auction at Farleigh however we still encourage masks and social distancing

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 Simon Spier Barbara Dixon (Consultant)

Sale Administrator:

Nicola Minney

Auction Enquiries and Information:

0208 468 1010 07808 737694 Email: info@catherinesouthon.co.uk

AUCTION VENUE Farleigh Court Golf Club, Old Farleigh Road, Warlingham, CR6 9PE. We will be situated at Farleigh Court from Monday 13th until Friday 17th September. From Monday 20th September we will be back at our office in Chislehurst Business Centre, 1 Bromley Lane, Chislehurst BR7 6LH.

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.thesaleroom.com. All payments should be made by bank transfer, debit card or through www.thesaleroom.com. Please note that we are no longer taking credit cards as payment.

LIVE INTERNET BIDDING

In addition to bidding via telephone, absentee and thesaleroom.com, we are now delighted to offer bidding through our own website catherinesouthon.co.uk. All you have to do is visit the website and register to bid - it’s just like being in the auction room. A live audio feed means you hear the auctioneer at exactly the same time as other bidders. You see the lots on your computer screen as they appear in the auction room, and the auctioneer is aware of your bids the moment you make them. Just register and click to bid!

COLLECTIONS Items can be collected from the auction venue, Farleigh Golf Club, on Thursday 16th September between 9.30am and 5.00pm and on Friday 17th September between 9.30am and 3.00pm. After this collections should be made from our office, Chislehurst Business Centre, 1 Bromley Lane, Chislehurst, Kent BR7 6LH. We are able to post small non-breakable items.

SHIPPING Mail Boxes Etc. Tel: +44 (0) 208 649 9777 Email: info@mbecroydon.co.uk

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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.


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1. A Shapland and Petter Arts and Crafts oak hanging shelf c.1900, formed of a single open shelf supported by shaped brackets above a stencil painted scene of Medieval pilgrims, stamped to reverse ‘R861’ over ‘142’, approx. height 52cm, width 78cm, depth 20cm £200-£300

2. An Arts and Crafts ebonised beechwood stool in the style of Morris & Co having drop in rush seat and spindle armrests, on square splayed legs united by a double H stretcher, height 59cm, width 55cm, depth 33cm £50-£80 3. A Victorian stained beechwood child’s smokers bow armchair with elm seat and turned spindle back, stamped JS, height 50cm £40-£60

4. An early 20th century Indian hardwood bone inlaid circular occasional table the top inlaid with elephants and other animals within foliate borders, on three elephant mask supports, height 42.5cm, diameter 40.5cm £50-£80

5. A late 19th century brass bound teak campaign chest in two sections, having a central secretaire drawer with fitted interior flanked to either side with two short drawers above three long drawers, on turned feet and shepherd casters, height 112.3cm, depth 45.3cm, width 99.3cm £600-£800

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6. An Edwardian Sheraton style mahogany and inlaid dressing table with one long drawer above central kneehole flanked by four short drawers with bow fronts, inlaid with barber pole stringing, raised on square taper legs with brass caps and castors, width 91.1cm, depth 54cm, height 75cm £100-£150 7. Two early 20th century Queen Anne style walnut triptych dressing table mirrors (2), first height 66.5 width 81cm, second height 57.5cm £50-£80

8. An Edwardian Neoclassical Adam style brass and leaded glass firescreen the frame with arched fan arched top with patera and urn finials to uprights framing twenty leaded bevelled glass panels, height 79cm, width 48.5cm £70-£90

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9. A French white and grey veined marble and gilt metal mounted pedestal c.1900 the square revolving top raised on a cylindrical column and stepped square base, height 113cm the top 27.5 x 27.5cm £200-£300 9

10. A 19th century Chinese carved hardwood open armchair having shaped scroll carved crest rail and pierced circular back splat carved with a bat suspended over deer, a mythical beast and an eagle perched, framed by foliage and gourds, the arms with carved lotus splats, on square legs joined by outer stretchers, height 94.5cm, width 62.5cm, depth 48cm £100-£150

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 11. A 19th century Chinese carved hardwood open armchair having shaped scroll carved crest rail and pierced back splat carved with a central shou symbol, flower and gourds framed by ruyi sceptres a bat, the arms with carved lotus splats, on square legs joined by outer stretchers, height 96cm, width 62cm, depth 47.5cm £100-£150

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14. A 19th century French ebonised brass and mother of pearl inlaid decanter box containing a mirror glass to the back and a lift-out tray holding four glass decanters and stoppers and eight liqueur glasses, approx. width 32.5cm, depth 24cm, height 25cm £80-£120

12. A Victorian domed burr walnut cut brass mounted tea caddy, an Edwardian oak desk stand, an early 19th century mahogany tea caddy, and a pair of late George III brass candlesticks the caddy with a two division interior, the candlesticks having ribbed baluster stems on square cast bases, marked J T & Co. for John Turner & Co. (5), first height 17.3cm £70-£90

13. An early 20th century brass framed wall mirror of rectangular form, the frame embossed with shells and a bevelled edge mirror plate, measures approx. 34.5 x 28.2cm £50-£80

15. A 19th century French ebonised and red boulle work tabletop decanter box serpentine fronted, the hinged lid and sides containing a wooden tiered tray with gilt metal carrying handle fitted with four gilt decorated square liqueur decanters and stoppers and two sets of eight glasses, on turned feet, height 26.5cm, width 33.3cm, depth 25.5cm £300-£500

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16. A late 19th century French photograph frame having a foliate scroll pierced gilt brass surround laid on red velvet, strut support, framed, aperture 12.5 x 8.5cm, overall 34 x 30.3cm £50-£80

19. A pair of 19th century French Rococo ormolu figural four light candelabra cast as male and female classical figures in flowing drapery seated on rock rockwork supporting four leaf scroll branches fitted with nozzles and drip pans, on scroll bases (2), height 42cm £150-£250

17. A late 19th century tincture bottle chest for Dr De Waltoff comprising a lifting top and fall front opening to reveal four recesses for bottles with applied paper advertisements and labels, the exterior printed with a portrait of De Waltoff, approx. height 32cm, width 48cm, depth 14cm £50-£80

18. A large Arts and Crafts brass charger engraved with the coat of arms of Rochdale on a planished ground, diameter approx. 58cm £70-£90

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20. Jef Lambeaux (Belgian 1852-1908) ‘Bust of a Bacchante’, marble, signed Jef Lambeaux, height 56cm £800-£1,200

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 21. An early 20th century Indian brass tray of octagonal form with chased decoration of elephants and geometric borders, measures approx. 45 x 59.5cm £100-£200 22. An Edwardian brass heart shaped easel back mirror having bevelled plate and a pierced acorn and oak leaf surround, height 38cm, width 36.5cm £80-£120

23. A Russian The Akhtyrskaya Mother of God silver-gilt icon tempera on wood panel, the Oklad bearing assay marks for St Petersburg, 1758?, and two other Cyrillic marks, parcel-gilt in repousse with chased decoration, mounted with various hardstone and paste jewels, 32 x 28cm £200-£300 24. A Russian feast day icon tempera on wood panel, depicting the resurrection and the Great feasts, gilt metal repousse oklad, 31.5 x 27cm £200-£300

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25. A Turkish red ground Kelim rug length 235cm including fringe, width 131cm £80-£120 26. A Kazak rug c.1900 South West Caucasus, the red field with central square ivory and indigo panel flanked by two similar panels, within ivory star gul border, length 262cm, width 172cm £300-£400 27. A Persian Garden pattern rug c.1930 possibly Isfahan, ivory ground, central field of eighteen compartments with trees and flower urns within scrolling flowers, 82.5 x 152cm £100-£200

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 33. Deptford coat of arms painted armourial wooden wall plaque mid 20th century, in the form of a shield, height 61cm, width 53cm £80-£120

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28. A Kelim rug red ground with a field of diamonds, length 196cm, width 104cm £60-£80 29. An early 20th century Baluchi prayer rug and another tribal rug (2), first 105 x 135cm £50-£80 30. An early 20th century Turkoman Hatchli rug and an Afghan rug (2), first length 162 x width 124cm £50-£80 31. An early 20th century Baluchi runner rust ground, central field with repeating geometric motifs within multiple borders, length 243.5cm x 107cm £100-£150

32. A pair of mid 20th Century North American moose antlers 16 points (8+8), on cut upper skull painted with the Canadian maple leaf in red, width 90cm, heigth 52cm £100-£150

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34. A Regency gilt decorated black lacquer sarcophagus shaped work box decorated with fields of leaves within scrolling borders, blue painted interior, on four brass lion paw feet, height 17cm, width 32cm, depth 23cm £50-£80 35. An early 19th century rosewood work box and a late 19th century teak cash/strong box first with a lift out tray, second with a brass carrying handle and bearing an ivory plaque initialled A.O. green painted interior, stamped W. P. Smith (2), First width 403cm £40-£60

36. A 19th century fruitwood parquetry work box of rectangular form, the hinged lid decorated with stars within a geometric border, having an interior fitted with lift out tray comprising 8 lidded compartments and pin cushions, width 31.1cm, depth 21,4cm, height 9.3cm £70-£90

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 37. An early 20th century engraved slate advertisement for Barclay Perkins and Co.’s Bottled Beers with gilt letters and central enamel roundel, measures approx. 67.5 x 35cm £70-£100 38. A late Regency rosewood cushion framed wall mirror c.1830 the rectangular plate with gilt slip, 91 x 63cm £100-£150 37

39. Two armourial leaded stained glass roundels c.1900 each with a central heraldic shield, fitted with suspension loops (2), diameter 33.5cm Buxton Brown Farm, Downe Kent £100-£150

40. An Art Deco shagreen and ivory table cigarette box of rectangular form with curved side, having a hinged lid and maple lined interior, height 9.2cm, width 7.7cm, depth 10.2cm £140-£180

41. A mid 20th Century Harvey Guzzini ‘Faro’ retro orange standing floor lamp c.1970 the mushroom shaped plastic shade with two lamps hanging over a chrome stand, height 164cm, shade approx 33cm £200-£300

42. A mid 20th Century Harvey Guzzini retro orange ‘Faro’ table lamp c.1970 the mushroom shaped plastic shade with two lamps hanging over a chrome stand, height 58cm, shade approx 33cm £150-£250

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 45. A Liberty & Co ‘Tudric’ hammered pewter five piece tea service attributed to Archibald Knox c.1905 comprising teapot and hot water pot with ebonised scroll handles and knop finials, milk jug and a twin handled sugar bowl, of compressed form, each piece stamped ‘Tudric’ English Pewter Liberty & Co. 017075 together with an oval tray numbered 0125 (5), tray 46.5cm x 32.5cm £40-£60

43. A late 19th century patinated bronze table cannon the 38cm multi-stage barrel with raised moulding and near spherical cascabel buttons, mounted on a cast iron carriage in the form of a dragon, Overall length 45cm £150-£250

46. An early 20th century South Pacific tribal carved hardwood ceremonial paddle spear and a South East Asian bamboo shafted iron head spear, possibly Fijian, the tear drop shaped blade with geometric carved and pierced terminal, second possibly Indonesian (2), first length 170cm, second length 154cm £50-£80

44. A 19th century bronze mantle ornament cast in the form of a seated winged griffin and large sea shell, length 18.5cm £50-£80

47. An early 20th century French patinated bronze of a harlequin standing and cracking his slapstick in his right hand, signed J Masso, height 49.5cm £200-£300 45

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 50. An early 20th century French gilt brass carriage clock the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and minute markers, case door numbered 207, height 14.5cm £40-£60 51. An early 20th century brass miniature carriage clock the white enamel dial with black Roman numerals, 8 day movement, the backplate stamped ACG, the case with bevelled glass panels, height 10.2cm £70-£90

48. A pair of late 19th century French ormolu mounted porcelain candlesticks painted with floral sprays, fitted with detachable drip pans, unmarked, height 24.5cm £100-£200

49. A 19th century French ormolu rococo style mantle clock the circular convex enamel dial with black Roman and Arabic numerals, minute track, 8 day drum movement, numbered 2882, within a scroll and foliate cast case surmounted by a seated putto, height 26cm £100-£150

52. A mid 19th century French engraved gilt brass case carriage clock with push button repeat by Auguste, Paris c.1845 eight day twin barrel bell striking movement, stamped Auguste A Paris, underslung platform duplex lever escapement with helical spring to a compensated bimetallic balance, white enamel dial with black Roman numerals and minute track, blued steel hands, signed Auguste a Paris, engraved bevelled glass multi-pieced case, the rear panel with shuttered winding holes, finely engraved rococo-scroll decoration, lions head pivot lugs for the hinged tied foliate bud handle, on conforming skirt base, height with handle upright 16cm £700-£900

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53. Stanley Arthur Franklin (British, 1930-2004) a cartoon in pen, ink and applied paper on board, signed and dated 1980 lower right, in gilt frame, overall approx. 39 x 37cm £50-£80

56. ‡ Helmut Reuter (German, 1913-1985) ‘Low tide on a beach’, oil on canvas, signed lower left, framed, label on reverse for ‘Cooling Galleries, 38 Albermarle Street, London’, canvas approx. 40.5 x 52cm, overall approx. 59 x 69.5cm £80-£120

54. 19th century English school c.1840 ‘Portrait of a seated lady in a black dress, a baby in her lap and a young girl by her side’, watercolour, unsigned, period rosewood frame with gilt slip, within slip 32.5 x 25.3cm £80-£120

57. Attributed to William Broome (British, 1838-1892) ‘Sailing in a strong breeze off Ramsgate’, oil on canvas laid down on board, monogrammed and dated 1881 lower left, in egg and dart giltwood frame, canvas approx. 31 x 57cm, overall approx, 46.5 x 71.5cm £180-£220

55. Russian school (20th century) ‘Snow scene with church’, oil on canvas, signed lower right, in modern gilt frame, canvas approx. 42.8 x 69.8cm, overall approx. 59.1 x 85.9cm £100-£200

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58. Continental school (20th century) ‘Figures in a landscape’, oil on board, framed, board approx. 35.9 x 27.8cm, overall approx. 51.1 x 43.2cm £80-£120 59. German school (early 20th century) ‘Portrait head of a woman’, oil on board, indistinctly signed lower left, framed, panel approx 32.5 x 21cm, overall approx. 50 x 39cm £100-£150

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60. Alexander MacNeil (Scottish, active c.1913-1940) ‘Where Lugar Flows’, oil on board, framed and glazed in period giltwood frame, historic label to verso inscribed ‘“Where Lugar Flows” Alexander MacNeil, 144 West Regent St, Glasgow’, Board approx. 19.5 x 26cm, overall approx. 30.5 x 38cm £200-£300

63. ‡ Paul Bassingthwaighte (British, b.1963) ‘Man with dog’, oil on canvas, signed to reverse of canvas, label for Quantum Contemporary Art Gallery, London, to reverse, framed and glazed, canvas 61.5 x 76cm, overall 74 x 89cm £150-£250

61. ‡ Christopher Osborne (British, b. 1947) ‘Passing Showers, Poynings’, oil on canvas, signed lower left and signed and titled on canvas reverse, framed, canvas approx. 40 x 56cm, overall approx. 56 x 71cm £80-£120

64. Joseph Adam (Scottish, 1819-1886) ‘Highland landscape with a stone bridge’, oil on canvas laid on board, signed bottom right J Adam, oak frame, canvas on board 74.5 x 124.6cm, overall 92.5 x 144.5cm £300-£400

62. ‡ C. R. D’Oyly John (British, 1906-1993) ‘On the Costa Brava’, oil on canvas, signed lower right, framed, bears labels on the reverse for Frost & Reed, canvas approx. 26 x 36cm, overall approx. 38 x 48cm £200-£400

65. Attrib. F. James (19th century, English School) ‘Shipping on the Thames at the Royal Naval College, Greenwich’, oil, unsigned, 71.5 x 107cm £300-£400 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 104 .

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66. Follower of William Shayer (British, 1787-1879) ‘Landscape with figures around an gypsy encampment’, oil on canvas, in 19th century giltwood frame, canvas approx. 61 x 84cm, overall approx. 74 x 97.2 £200-£400 67. Italian School (late 19th century) ‘Hurdy-gurdy player’, oil on canvas, in modern gilt frame, canvas approx. 46 x 35.5cm, overall approx. 56.8 x 46.5cm £150-£200 68. ‡ Salvadore Demone (Italian, b.1928) ‘Parisian street scene with the Moulin Rouge’, oil on canvas, signed lower right, framed, ‘AFA London’ stamp to canvas reverse, canvas measures approx. 61.3 x 91.5cm, overall approx. 73.3 x 103.5cm £100-£200

72. John Henry Amshewitz (British, 1882-1942) ‘Still life with chrysanthemums’, oil on canvas, signed lower right, in gilt frame, canvas measures approx. 69 x 51.2cm, overall approx. 84.3 x 66.6cm £300-£400

69. ‡ Salvadore Demone (Italian, b.1928) ‘Parisian street scene with view of the Seine’, oil on canvas, signed lower right, framed, ‘AFA London’ stamp to canvas reverse, canvas measures approx. 61 x 91.8cm, overall approx. 74.8 x 105cm £80-£120 70. Edwin St. John (British, fl. 1880-1920) after John Sell Cotman (British, 1782-1842) ‘Jumièges Abbey’, watercolour, signed and dated ‘81 lower right, gilt mounted and inscribed ‘Cologne on the Rhine’, framed and glazed, overall measures 124.7 x 93.3cm £200-£300 71. Josiah Wood Whymper (British, 1813-1903) ‘Landscape with bridge’, watercolour, signed and dated 1861 lower right, framed and glazed, overall measures 47.2 x 62.3cm £80-£120 73. Manner of Samuel Prout (British, 1783-1852) ‘Cathedral door with figures’, watercolour, monogrammed lower right, mounted and in ornate period frame, watercolour measures approx. 46.7 x 37.2cm, overall approx. 62.1 x 49cm £80-£120

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 74. ‡ Wycliffe Eggington (British, 1875-1951) ‘Figures on a moor’, watercolour, framed and glazed, overall measures approx. 45.2 x 56.8 £80-£120 75. H. Ward (British, 19th century) ‘Moonlight, near the Long Walk, Windsor’, watercolour, signed and dated 1871 lower right, framed and glazed, exhibition label for Architects’ Conversazione 1881 to reverse, measures approx. 49.3 x 40cm £80-£120

79. Thomas Bush Hardy (British, 1842-1897) ‘Dunstanburgh Castle’, watercolour, signed, titled and dated 1884 lower right, framed and glazed, overall measures 51.7 x 68cm £200-£300 80. Paul Marny (French/British, 1829-1914) ‘France, Saint Omer’, watercolour on paper, signed lower right, framed and glazed, overall measures 67 x 53cm £100-£200 81. Attributed to William Leighton Leitch (British, 1804-1883) two Scottish landscapes one entitled ‘Glen Finglas’, watercolour, framed and glazed, labels for Walker’s Galleries, New Bond Street, London to verso of each (2), ‘Glen Finglas’ measures overall approx. 48.3 x 63.1cm £80-£120 82. Samuel Prout (British, 1783-1852) ‘Continental scene with figures’, watercolour, monogrammed lower left, mounted and framed, overall measures approx. 55 x 44cm £80-£120

76. Attributed to John le Capelain (Jersey 1812-1848) ‘Beach with sailing vessel’, watercolour, mounted and framed in reeded oak frame with gilt slip, overall approx. 41.3 x 51.6cm £80-£120 77. British School, late 19th century two landscapes depicting hay wains, watercolour, one monogrammed ‘EMM’ lower right, both framed and glazed (2), each measures approx. 46.9 x 74.3cm £100-£150 78. Attributed to Robert Woodley Brown (fl. 1840-1860) ‘Woodland landscape with a ruin’ oil on canvas, framed, canvas measures approx. 30.5 x 41cm, overall approx. 47.5 x 55.9cm £80-£120

83. ‡ David Penny (British, 20th/21st century) ‘The Westminster, Bugsbys Reach’, signed lower right, dated 2003 on label on reverse, framed and glazed, overall measures approx. 56.7 x 66.2cm £100-£200 84. Northern Italian School, early 18th century ‘The Annunciation’, oil on canvas, modern frame, glazed, canvas 86.5 x 63.5cm, overall 105.5 x 78cm £200-£300

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 87. Thomas Barclay Hennell RWS (1903-1945) ‘A sketch of a tile hung house, Otford Kent’, watercolour, monogrammed TBH, signed top right Hennell, 19.2 x 27.2cm £100-£200

85. 19th century, Continental School, after Johann Freidrich Overbeck 'Christ blessing the little children', oil on canvas, modern frame, oil on canvas, modern frame, canvas 45.5 x 63.8cm £100-£200

88. Six early 19th century hand coloured aquatints from ‘Costumes of the Army of the British Empire, according to the last regulations' engraved by J.C. Stadler, published by Colnaghi and Co. 1812-14, ‘Hussars and Infantry of the Duke of Brunswick Oels’s Corps’, ‘Grenadiers of the XLII’d or Royal. and XCIL’d or Gordon Highlanders’, ‘A Sergeant and Privates of the 87th. or Prince of Wale’s own Irish Regiment on Service’, ‘Soldiers of the 1st Regt. of Foot Guards, in Marching Order’, ‘An Officer & Private of the 52d Regt of Lt Infantry’, and ‘An officer (Lieut. Col) of the 14th. Light Dragoons, in Parade Dress’, mounted, framed (6), overall 50.5 x 41.8cm £100-£150 89. Two early copper engravings depicting Southwell Minster the first engraved by Wenceslaus Hollar (Bohemian, 1607-1677), after Richard Hall (British, active 1676-77), from William Dugdale’s ‘Monasticon Anglicanum’, framed and glazed, the second after Leonard Knyff (Dutch, 1650-1722), ‘The Collegiate Church of Southwell in Nottinghamshire’, 1724, from ‘Britannia Illustrata’, inscribed XXXVI to lower right, framed and glazed (2), First overall 44.5 x 55.5cm, second overall 64.5 x 77cm £80-£120

86. ‡ Julius Mahainz (German, 1882-1966) ‘Portrait of Hofrat Heinrich Gassner (1885-1948)’, oil on canvas, signed J Mahainz and dated 1936, contemporary frame, canvas 83.5 x 65cm, overall 98.5 x79.5cm Hoffrat Heinrich Gassner, Philologist. After studying classical philology, philosophy and pedagogy (Dr. Phil. 1908, qualification for teaching Latin and Greek in 1910, for philosophy in 1913) Gassner joined the city school board (1923-1938 state school inspector) and in 1945 became section head in the Federal Ministry of Education. He was active in the field of classical philology, worked as a translator (Horace), wrote the textbook “Austria Romana” and participated in the Vienna school reform; Representative of the humanistic ideal of education £300-£400

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90. An 18th century reverse glass mezzotint ‘portrait of a gentleman’, Adam style painted and gilt gesso frame with vase and swag surmounted surround, aperture 20.8 15.7cm, overall 40.5 x 33cm £100-£150

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91. Two early 19th century reverse glass mezzotints first “The Nativity of Christ’, published Nov. 1. 1806, by P & P Gally No 7, maple frame, second ‘Presentation in the Temple, rosewood frame with gilt slip (2), first 32.7 x 43cm £80-£120

94. A set of four early 19th century colour stipple engraving portraits of young women c.1810 wove paper, verre eglomise mounts, late 19th century gilt gesso frames, bearing framers paper label A & F. Ponzini & Co London E.C. (4), within mounts 38.5 x 28cm, overall 56.7 x 46.7cm £100-£200 95. A group of coloured aquatints by Claude H. Rowbotham (British, 1864-1949) and group of etchings by John Fullwood (British, 1854-1931) Rowbotham small landscape scenes titles including ‘On the Brathay’, ‘Jubbergate, York’, ‘Near Stavely, Westmorland’, ‘Honiston Pass’ and ‘West Gate, Warwick’, signed in pencil lower right, all unframed, some mounted within folding mounts with tissue guards, Fullwood landscape views with titles including ‘Windsor Castle’, ‘Hampton-on-Thames’, ‘Rydal Water’ and ‘The Bridge of Killiecrankie’, signed in pencil lower right, one framed and glazed the others mounted (14), framed work measures 40.1 x 52.1cm £60-£100

92. Salvador Dali (Spanish, 1904-1989) ‘Purgatory 31 - Dante’s Confession’ from the Divine Comedy, a colour woodcut, c.1963, mounted, framed, within mount 32.5 x 25.5cm, overall 53.5 x 46cm £70-£90

96. After Arthur Pan, Portrait of Sir Winston Churchill ‘bears quotation ‘We are all of us defending… a Cause’, with facsimile signature, a colour lithograph, published 1943 by Frost & Reed Ltd, Fine Art Publishers, Bristol and London, glazed, simulated burrwood frame, overall 16.7 x 76cm Some chips and losses to frame £50-£80

93. After Cecil Aldin (1870-1935) ‘The Huntsman’ and ‘The Whip’, c.1910, a pair of chromolithograph prints, published Wyman & Co., London, period oak frames (2), Overall 29 x 73.2cm £70-£90

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100. A Clarice Cliff ‘Kang’ range bulb trough c.1936, shape 347, rectangular form decorated with applied floral sprigs and beads and a two-tone glaze in blue and white, approx. length 28.7cm, width 18.4cm, height 8.7cm £70-£90 97. A late 19th century Portuguese Manuel Mafra Caldas pottery majolica ‘Palissy’ style wall plate decorated in relief with three reptiles and a beetle against a shredded ground, impressed M Manuel, Caldas Portugal 8, diameter 21cm £70-£90

98. A late 19th century Portuguese Jose A. Cunha Caldas Rainha pottery majolica ‘Palissy’ style wall plate decorated in relief with a lizard biting a snake, a frog, a lizard, two caterpillars and moths, against a shredded ground, impressed Jose A Cunha Portuhal Caldas Rainha, 27.5cm £140-£180 99. A Portuguese Fainacas Belo pottery majolica cabbage leaf tureen and cover impressed 289/4 Faiancas Belo Portugal, accompanied by a red majolica fish ladle and a cabbage leaf plate (3), first height 20cm £40-£60

101. A Doulton Lambeth Salesmans’ sample miniature water filter impressed JAs Lewis London around the Prince of Wales Plumes in relief, fitted with a metal spigot, impressed and incised marks, height 9.7cm £100-£150 102. A late 19th century Minton cheese stand and three other blue and white transfer printed dishes the cheese stand of circular form decorated in red and brown foliage with a sunflower and stork, painted and impressed marks to base, the blue and white comprising two early 20th century George Jones & Co. ‘Abbey 1790’ pattern fruit bowls and a willow pattern oval form dish (4), diameter of the cheese stand approx. 30cm £50-£80 103. Two 19th century Staffordshire recumbent greyhound pen stands and flatback clock group (3), first length 20cm £40-£60

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104. A Royal Crown Derby Mansion House Dwarf the rim of his hat entitled ‘Auction of Elegant House Furniture’, printed marks, dated XLVII and signed M. E. Townsend, height 17cm £80-£120 105. A collection of Royal Crown Derby coffee cups and saucers to include muffin dish and cover the muffin dish and cover, pattern 6730 retailed by T. Goode & Co., a twin handled Imari loving cup, 1128, an Imari butter dish Rd No 345784, an Imari handled knife, a Bloor Derby Imari coffee can and saucer, other cups and saucer in Lombardy, Derby Posies, Derby Border, pattern 4203 and Imari 1128 and 8687, 3788 patterns etc. (qty), various £80-£120

106. A First Period Worcester blue and white Fence pattern sparrow beak milk Jug c.1770 and a late 18th century pearlware domed tea canister and a late 18th century Chinese export famille rose dish first, hatched crescent mark, second printed in underglaze blue in a version of the ‘Three Flowers’ pattern, underglaze blue hatched crescent mark (2), first height 11.2cm £60-£80

107. A set of eleven Aesthetic Movement dessert plates and a comport top by E.J.D. Bodley, Burslem decorated with birds perched amongst gilt branches on a cream ground with wrythen fluted borders and gilt rim (12), diameter approx. 23cm £80-£120 108. A Royal Doulton Slaters Patent bottle vase c.1900, with bulbous body and slender neck, impressed floral and lace decoration with gilt highlights to the body, impressed marks to the base, height approx. 40cm £30-£40

109. A group of 19th century and later Staffordshire pottery animals including a jug in the form of a begging spaniel with tricorn hat and lustre decoration, a spill vase with two poodles and a cat, a cow, a pair of rabbits and three pairs of dogs (11), largest piece measures approx. 26cm in height £70-£90

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110. Della Robbia pottery bottle by Arthur E. Bells decorated in shades of green and brown with foliage and peacock feathers on a cream ground, incised initials A.E.B and factory marks, height 19.5cm £300-£400

114. A set of six vintage Luneville plates commemorating the 1956 Tour de France printed with maps displaying the individual stages of the race in red and black on white ground with red borders, stamped to the underside (6), diameter approx. 21cm From the collection of cycling journalist David Taylor (1937-2020) £60-£100

111. Three pairs of 20th century Staffordshire pottery cats all modelled perched on cushions, variously decorated with painted and lustre decoration (6), largest pair measures approx. 18.6cm in height £50-£70

115. A collection of cycling related ceramics to include two beer bottles from R. Emmerson Junr, Newcastle-on-Tyne labelled ‘The Doctors Stout’, one stamped ‘Buchan Portobello Edinburgh’, a Halcyon Days enamelled beaker celebrating the centenary of the Cyclists Touring Club, numbered 143/350 to base, four French plates transfer printed with cycling scenes, two marked Opaque de Sarreguemines, one marked Saint-Amand & Hamage, one unmarked, a large charger printed with a scene of a man and woman riding a bicycle, a plate commemorating the foundation of Veloce Club Jean-Bart with coloured scene and gilt rim, and a child’s dinner plate with a scene of a clown and an elephant riding a tricycle (10), Charger measures 39.5cm in diameter From the collection of cycling journalist David Taylor (1937-2020) £50-£80

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 120. A New Hall Boy at the Window cider mug, pattern No 425 c.1810 and other mostly 19th century ceramics first marked 425425 in red together with a Spode moulded plate c.1820 finely painted with sprays of flowers, gilt rim, a Wedgwood whiteware Japan No 2 pattern dinner plate and two dessert plates, a New Hall teapot lacking cover, pat 173, a basket weave moulded pink lustre milk jug, two moulded creamware coffee cups and three tea bowls and saucers, Staffordshire cat seated on a cushion painted with flowers, etc.(qty), first height 13cm £100-£200 121. A Royal Copenhagen lobster dish, no 3277 together with a small dish no 2654 decorated with a butterfly and a small dish, printed and painted marks (3), first diameter 16cm £40-£60

116. A Shelley Art Deco coffee set for six pattern no 12398/13, Reg. No. 771299, mint green ground with banded decoration silver lustre rims, comprising coffee pot and cover, milk jug, sugar basin and six coffee cups and saucers, printed and painted marks (15), height of coffee pot 22.3cm £70-£90

122. A pearlware teapot and cover c.1800 of globular wrythen moulded form with a raised collar and loop handle, blue glazed and bearing the verse ‘Health in body, Peace in mind, A Good dish of tea, And a man to my mind’ and decorated with famille rose palette sprigs, handle to spout 20.5cm, height 15.5cm £80-£120

117. A Keith Murray for Wedgwood ‘Top Hat’ Moonstone vase shape 3820 of ovoid form, matt white glaze, printed marks and facsimile signature, height 17.5cm £100-£150 118. Three pairs of Staffordshire pottery animal figures comprising a pair of Medici lions with front paw resting on a ball, a pair of crouching rabbits and a pair of dogs perched on cushion bases (6), the lions measure approx. 12cm in height £40-£60 119. A Doulton Lambeth stoneware vase by Eliza Simmance of baluster, incise decorated with three round panels containing sprays of white flowers against foliage and cracked ice design, impressed factory marks, incised ES 21 and RB, height 28cm £100-£150

123. A near pair of late 18th century Derby figural bocage candlesticks each of cupid kneeling before a bocage, one with a quiver of arrow at his side and holding a bow and arrow, the other pointing to a flaming heart, raised on rococo shell and scroll bases, 28cm high. (losses and damages) (2), height 20.5cm £50-£80

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124. An early 19th century English porcelain dessert service c.1820 possibly Spode, painted with flower sprays and scattered sprigs within gilt scroll border with the sprig painted reserves, gilt rims, comprising a shell shaped dish, a lozenge shaped dish and five plates (7), plate diameter 21.5cm £50-£100

125. Two early 19th century Swansea porcelain plates and a pair of square dessert plates first attributed to Henry Morris c.1817, painted with four scattered sprays of flowers, gilt rim, impressed trident mark and Swansea, second, the border repainted with flower baskets and gilt trailing vines and laurel garlands, impressed Swansea, gilt rim together with a pair of porcelain square dessert dishes c.1818-20 decorated with three full sprays of flowers, moths, some in flight and other insects, moulded leaf scroll border, gilt detail rim, unmarked (4), first diameter 20.5cm £200-£300

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127. A rare Russian Imperial Porcelain Factory biscuit figure of an Armenian Woman from the “Peoples of Russia” series after Pavel Kamensky c.1912 signed to base P. Kamensky and dated 1912 (1858-1922) incised to underside of base in cyrillic Armenian, signed A. Lutkin, factory marks The series “Peoples of Russia” was commissioned personally by Tsar Nicholas II in 1907 from the Imperial Porcelain Factory to commemorate the Romanov Tercentenary and to celebrate the ethnic diversity of Russia, height 40.5cm Private collection and thence by descent £800-£1,200

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 128. A John Bevington, Kensington Works porcelain figure of a bather in the style of Dresden c.1870 modelled with flowered drapery standing by a tree trunk, on a gilt and turquoise cavetto base, underglaze blue pseudo cross swords marks, height 21.5cm £100-£200 129. A pair of Volkstedt porcelain figures of flowers sellers in 18th century dress, the gentleman holding a tray of flowers, the lady a flower basket, gilt scroll bases, underglaze blue factory marks (2), height 20.5cm £80-£120

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133. A Moorcroft ‘Regent’ vase by Rachel Bishop 2006, of slender form with tube lined decoration, limited edition for Liberty 15/25, gold painted signature and impressed marks to base, with original box and outer sleeve, height approx. 43cm £200-£300 134. A Moorcroft ‘Inglewood’ vase by Philip Gibson 2002, of waisted form with tube lined decoration, painted and impressed marks to base, with original box and outer sleeve, height approx. 31cm £150-£200

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139. A William Moorcroft ‘Freesia’ vase c.1935 of shouldered ovoid form, mustard top ground fading to dark blue, signed in blue W M Moorcroft impressed Moorcroft Potter to H.M. the Queen, made in England, height 23cm £200-£300 140. A late 18th century Chinese export famille rose dish painted with three figures in a garden setting, diameter 15.6cm £40-£60 141. A large late 19th century Japanese blue and white Arita porcelain charger painted with three carp swimming amongst weed framed by flowering prunus and peony, diameter 56cm £100-£200

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143. A mid 18th century Chinese export famille rose coffee pot c.1750 Qianlong, of baluster from with sparrowbeak spout and ear scroll handle, fitted with a high domed cover with knop finial, decorated with a fenced garden scene with a crane and flowering peonies, diaper framed foliate panel borders, height 25.5cm £100-£200

144. A Chinese blue and white porcelain square ‘arrow’ vase late 19th/early 20th century, of baluster form, painted with Bhuddist lions playing with brocade balls amongst clouds and flames, six character Kangxi mark but not of the period, height 34.5cm £200-£300

145. A Chinese porcelain coral ground and gilt decorated ‘Kinrande’ style deep bowl the exterior decorated with two dragons chasing the flaming pearl among scrolling clouds and flames, the banded interior painted with a phoenix to centre, six character Ming Chenghua mark in underglaze blue, height 8.7cm, diameter 16cm £100-£200

146. A Chinese Qianjiang Cai enamelled cong vase with twin elephant ring handles, painted with poetic calligraphy, vases of flowers and bamboo and flowers, red seal marks, height 13cm £100-£200

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152. Two 18th century Chinese export porcelain plates the first painted in the imari palette with a vase of flowers and a foliate spray, scrolling foliate border, ochre rim the second blue and white painted with peony, flowering prunus and rockwork (2), first diameter 22.3cm £80-£120 153. A pair of Chinese famille rose millefleur double gourd vases late 19th / early 20th century, each profusely painted with flowers and tied blue ribbon decorated with bats among clouds on a red ground, blue six character, height 26cm Acquired by Arthur William Biggs (1880-1942) whilst in Hong Kong c.1920 and thence by descent £500-£700 154. A 19th century Chinese blue and white sleeve vase painted with a mountainous watery landscape with trees and buildings, Kangxi four character mark, height 20.7cm £100-£200 155. A George V commemorative glass goblet the bowl engraved ‘The King God Bless Him’ and inset with a silver coin, height 20.2cm £40-£60 156. A pair of continental gilt metal and moulded crystal preserve pots and covers (2), height 18.5cm £40-£60

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159. 19th century glass to include a late Georgian Prussian shaped glass decanter, a pair of rummers and a pair of ale glasses first having a triple ring neck and fitted with a radial cut mushroom stopper, second with round funnel shaped bowls, third faceted conical bowls on short capstan stems (5), first height 23cm £50-£80 160. A collection of Victorian and later cut decanters and other glass to include a mallet shaped decanter with mitre cut decoration c.1830, a Victorian celery vase engraved with a Greek key band, a pair of shaft and globe decanters with facet cut stoppers, a Regency style diamond cut triple ring neck decanter, a water jug with hollow blown handle two ships decanters fitted with Coalport ‘Sherry’ and ‘Port’ ceramic bottle tickets, etc. (qty), first height 28.5cm £50-£100

161. A set of 15 late Victorian champagne glasses the bowls with a band of mitre cut decoration on faceted stems (15), height 11.5cm £100-£150

162. A set of eight late Victorian champagne glasses the bowls cut with a band of cross cut diamonds, on faceted stems and a star cut foot (8), height 11.6cm £70-£90 163. A Waterford crystal Lismore pattern suite of glasses for six comprising six champagne, six claret, six white, six high tumblers six tumblers, six sherry, six brandy balloons, a pair of salt and pepper pots with plated mounts and a Roly Poly decanter together with an associated Waterford square spirit decanter and a vase (47), various £200-£300

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167. Two 19th century Japanese woodblock prints first Kuniyoshi Utagawa 1797-1861, No.30, Fujibakama from Genji Kumo Ukiyoe Awase, second a samurai battle scene, mounted frame (2), first overall 39.2 x 27.2cm £80-£120

165. A Venetian style enamelled and gilt armourial glass apothecary jar and cover decorated with a shield coat of arms crowned black eagle against a yellow ground over blue and white checks within a shield, framed by ribbons and berried laurel wreath, above a white ribbon, the dome cover with a strawberry prunt finial, rough pontil, height 22.5cm £250-£350 166. Three 19th century Chinese export paintings gouche on pith/rice paper, depicting group scenes with courtiers, mandarins and attendants, mounted, glazed (3), each 10 x 13.8cm £80-£120

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 169. Pair of 19th century Chinese Hudiedao or butterfly swords 44.5cm heavy blades with carved rosewood grips, steel stirrup guards and pommels, single hide scabbard outer twisted cloth binding with suspension loop, Overall length 58cm £200-£300 170. A late 19th century Chinese Canton export carved ivory tusk pot and cover finely and deeply carved all over carved with chasing dragons among clouds, the lid surmounted by the carved figure of a man, height 23cm £100-£200 171. A Chinese cinnabar lacquer round plate deeply carved with a phoenix and dragon chasing the flaming pearl, the border with panels of lotus blossom and scrolling foliage, six character, diameter 20cm £100-£150

174. A Chinese bronze Archaistic tripod censer Xuande reign mark but not period, the ovoid bowl with upright loop handles, the rieze with mythical birds against a geometric key, on three zoomorphic scroll legs, height 17.7cm, handle to handle 13.8cm £100-£200

172. A 19th century Chinese Canton tortoiseshell circular snuff box and cover relief carved with figural garden landscapes to both sides, the cover with standing an seated figures among pavilions and trees, the base figures seated and walking over a foot bridge among various buildings and pine trees, diameter 8.6cm £150-£200

173. A Japanese Meiji Period gold splash decorated bronze vase and a small dish first of squat ovoid form engraved with flowering peony and prunus, signed and bearing seal mark, second cast in relief and engraved with flowers and a bird (2), first height 10.5cm, second diameter 18.3cm £200-£300

175. A Japanese Meiji period bone tanto c.1900 the 12” curved steel blade, with bone handle and scabbard all over relief carved with figures in traditional dress, overall length 58.5cm £80-£120 176. A Chinese bronze figure of a standing dragon and two Tang style bronze horses (3), first length 31cm £50-£80

177. An early 20th century Chinese embroidered black silk piano shawl densely embroidered in peach with nine large flowerheads and scrolling foliage, knotted 50cm fringe, backed with brown fabric, Overall with backing 235 x 235cm £80-£120

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179. An interesting Chinese gilt bronze figure of Guanyin late Ming Dynasty, seated in dhyanasana, holding a cup in her left hand and a willow stem, wearing long flowing robes open at the chest with foliate chased borders and cuffs, wearing a pierced crown containing a small figure of Amitabha Buddha, height 19cm Private collection £2,000-£3,000 180. A Tibetan or Himalayan patinated bronze figure of Tara 17th /18th Century, Pala revival style, standing wearing a dhoti and adorned with various jewellery. Two sinuous blooming lotus stems arise from the circular double lotus base, traces of cold gilding around neck ears. Some to edges of the base, and some highpoints, height 17.2cm Private collection £800-£1,200

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182. A 19th century Japanese four case black and gold lacquer inro Edo period, of oval rectangular form, decorated in relief with scrolling clouds, the moon and tall grasses, signed, carved wood skull ojime, length 9.7cm £300-£500 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 104 .


A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 186. A set of fourteen 19th century continental enamel mounts comprising seven pairs of mounts, pierced and repousse decorated with trailing grapes, melons, other fruit and leaves (14), various largest length 13.5cm £200-£300

183. An early 20th century Russian silver purse kokoshnik mark for Odessa, 1908-1924, makers mark ЕШ, embossed with an elephant, fitted leather interior with mirror, on a chain, width approx. 15cm £150-£200

184. Three Victorian double ended glass scent bottles comprising a ruby glass bottle mounted with brass hinged lids and internal stoppers, another ruby glass bottle with white metal hinged and screw lid and one internal stopper, and a clear glass bottle with gilt metal hinged and screw lid and one internal stopper, the lids inscribed with initials and date ‘1875’ (3), length approx. 10.3cm £140-£180 185. A late 19th century French silver and engraved glass four bottle perfume set French marks, marked for Henri Lapeyre, the quadrant shaped glass bottles engraved with garlands and fitted with mushroom shaped caps decorated with a raised berried leaf band, contained in a plain circular cup base with conforming decoration engraved with initials and dated 1899, weight approx. 2.95ozt, height 11.3cm £100-£150

187. A Continental silver plated filigree work ladies chatelaine c.1900 the clip formed of three hinged graduated panels embossed with a winged putto mask framed by putti, suspended with seven chains attached with various accessories comprising a propelling pencil, a sliding aide memoire with ivory leaves, a circular pin cushion, a thimble bucket, scissor sheath, and a tape measure, length 40.5cm £80-£120

188. A collection of mostly 19th century sewing items comprising a mother of pearl barrel and gilt metal staved barrel tape measure with inked red silk tape and grinder winder, another silk tape measure contained in a mother of pearl and nacre veneered case, heart shaped mother of pearl mounted souvenir pin cushion engraved Scheveningen, a French double ended mother pearl needle case with gilt metal mount and suspension ring, a French straw work case containing a mother of pearl mounted strawberry pin poppet, a straw work pill box, an enamelled metal thimble and thread holder, a tartanware pin cushion, a red felt fish pincushion and a mother of pearl circular pot (qty), first height 4cm £100-£200

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193. A late Victorian silver mounted clear glass torpedo shaped scent bottle Birmingham, 1895 by Joseph Gloster, having hinged mushroom cap and wrythen body, length 21.5cm £80-£120

190. A late 19th century Chinese Canton export carved ivory cribbage board of rectangular wedge form, decorated with dragons, the spherical finial unscrewing to reveal four pegs, length approx. 21.4cm £100-£150

194. A pair of George V silver mounted cut glass scent bottles hallmarked London, 1928, maker mark AJG, of squat tapering form and cut with a floral decoration, with globular glass stoppers (2), height approx. 12cm £60-£80

191. A 19th century Chinese Cantonese ivory card case deeply carved with figures amongst trees and lotus, the reverse with carved panels, length approx. 8.6cm £80-£120

195. An 18th century South Staffordshire or Bilston enamel heart shaped etui c.1765 of tapering heart shape, the body repousse decorated with painted reserves containing putti in an Arcadian landscape, doves, arrow struck double heart, and a crossed bow and arrow quiver, the hinged lid with a bird and fruit on a ledge, raised C-scroll tooled gilt borders against a white ground with scattered floral sprays and bianco-sopra-bianco panels, gilt metal mounts and push button release hinged cover, enclosing a near complete fitted interior with a faceted glass phial, an ivory aide memoire, tweezers and file, gilt metal ear wax scoop, folding ruler and a compass, height 10.5cm £1,000-£1,500

192. An early 19th century Dieppe ivory needle case carved in the form of a fisherman standing on circular base, opening to reveal a cylindrical cavity, length approx. 8.6cm £100-£150

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 196. An early 19th century Swiss century gold and enamel vinaigrette c.1820 unmarked, of rectangular form with rounded corners and engine turned decoration, the lid chased and enamelled with a flower basket, two exotic birds, c scrolls and trailing garlands, raised foliate and c scroll thumbpiece, the hinged grille pierced and engraved with a spray of flowers, total weight approx. 38.8g, length 42mm, width 31mm, height 12mm £800-£1,200 197. A 19th century French brass and mother of pearl monocular veneered faceted body, in fitted leather case with brass catch, length approx. 8.7cm £80-£120

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200. A labradorite carving of an owl perched on log and a continental silver plated desk seal in the form of an owl first with yellow glass eyes, second possibly Danish, marked N.S set with green glass eyes, matrix initialled E.L (2), first height 5.3cm £70-£90 201. Two late Victorian silver and wood whist markers and an ivory example with revolving carved hand pointer the silver examples both hallmarked Birmingham 1898, makers mark for Lawrence Emanuel (3), silver markers approx. 6.4cm in length £80-£120

198. An Edwardian silver chainmail mesh evening bag, a continental gilt mesh evening bag and an early 19th century painted ivory brise fan first Birmingham, 1908 by S Blanckensee & Son, second unmarked, the clasp inset with pierce and carved bone panel of a putto and fruiting vine, third painted with exotic birds, butterflies and flowers (3), silver weight 5.9ozt £70-£90 199. A 19th century Chinese tortoiseshell hair comb the top finely pierced and carved with a dragon, length approx. 13.8cm £70-£90

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202. A collection silver to include a George V silver and tortoiseshell topped scent bottle first Birmingham, 1924, by Hasset & Harper Ld, the clear spherical cut glass body fitted with a hinged cap with pique decoration and an internal stopper together with a late Victorian silver and glass smelling salt bottle of wrythen form, London, 1892 by Sampson Mordan & Co., a pill box with pale blue and silver guilloche decorated lid painted with a rose, a square glass ink with hinged mushroom cap, an electroplated footed bowl with blue enamel interior, stamped Reed & Barton etc. (6), first height 11cm £100-£150

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203. A Victorian novelty silver Mr Punch propelling pencil unmarked, probably Sampson & Mordan, stamped by the retailer Widdowson & Veale, finely cast in the form of Mr Punch tapping his nose, pull action, fitted with a suspension ring, length fully extended 7.2cm £100-£200 204. A mixed lot to include portrait miniatures comprising two early 20th century continental oval portrait miniatures, one depicting Frederick the Great, initialled MK, the other a female nude, both in ivory ‘piano key’ frames together with a Chinese black cloisonné enamel table cigarette box and three matching ashtrays, a late 19th century French folding gilt metal mounted triptych mirror, a Halcyon Days ormolu and crystal pedestal dish and a petit point tapestry minaudiere fitted with contents (qty), various £80-£120 205. A small collection of coins medals and curios comprising a porcelain patch box mounted with a metal lid cast with Napoleon I in profile and initialled LR for Louis Rault, an Acme Nightingale Call, an Ingersoll chrome pocket watch with football dial, three Admiral Vernon capture of Porto Bello medallions, a Macniven & Camerons Pens token (drilled), etc (qty), various £50-£80

207. A Chinese export jade bangle petit point hand bag with pierced gilded metal mount decorated with flowers and foliage studded with turquoise and amber, hinged turquoise clasp and silk lined interior with single pocket, height 26cm, diameter 22cm £80-£120 208. A double nine set of bone and ebony dominoes, a pair of George III silver bright cut sugar tongs and a pair of silver plated thistle shaped horn mounts set with clear stones first contained in a mahogany box with sliding lid bearing a presentation plaque ‘The Globe Domino Tournament 1901 Winner. W.O.S. Hill, second, no town mark or date letter but London, by George Wintle, initialled and engraved with the date 1799 (4), various £50-£70

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 209. William Booth (Scottish 1807-1845) ‘Portrait of James Forbes’, wearing a green cravat, tartan waistcoat and black coat, oval, watercolour on ivory, signed to reverse William Booth Pinxit, London July 26 1841, gilt metal slip, black lacquer frame with gilt brass thistle and rose hanger, aperture 5 x 4.1cm, overall 10 x 8.5cm £100-£150 210. Dorothy Darnell (Scottish, 1876-1953) ‘Poor and Content is rich, and rich enough’, Portrait of an old lady knitting wearing a black dress with a white cap, watercolour on ivory signed D Darnell, brass frame with suspension loop, hand written label verso, Overall 9.5 x 7.5cm £100-£150

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214. British School, two early 19th century portrait miniatures of Regency gentlemen watercolour on ivory, one oval the other rectangular, both wearing black jackets and white stocks, gilt slips, black lacquer frames with gilt metal hangers (2), first aperture 7.7 x 6.6cm, overall 15.6 x 12.7cm £100-£200 215. John Bogle (British 1746-1803) A miniature of a gentleman, watercolour on ivory, the gentleman facing right wearing a light brown jacket, stock, white waistcoat, powdered wig en queue, initialled IB and dated 1779, contained within a gold frame with suspension loop, length 3.5cm, width 3cm Provenance: Ellison Fine Art £700-£900 216. British School two portrait miniatures first ‘Portrait of a lady’ c.1820 wearing a brown dress with a white collar, a lace shawl and a white turban, watercolour on ivory, under convex glass, gilt brass frame, second ‘Portrait of a lady wearing a bonnet c.1800, oval, gilt slip and black lacquer frame (2), first 10.8 x 8.5cm £80-£120

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220. A small collection of vertu to include a continental silver-gilt and guilloche enamel pin dish first marked A SILVER-PLAT decorated with pale blue guilloche to centre within a white banded border together near matching pale blue guilloche enamel cigarette holder with bone mouthpiece, a brass figure of the Venus de Milo on a sienna marble base, a cold painted spelter Dachshund and a continental portrait miniature of a young woman c.1900, watercolour on ivory, ormolu frame with ribbon tied cross torch and quiver crest (5), First diameter 8.1cm £80-£120

218. A collection of hats pins and a Noritake pin stand the hat pins include a Scottish silver pin with thistle, a Charles Horner pierced gold mounted steel pin, a Continental pierced gilt metal pin mounted with semi-precious stones, an Italian aventurine glass pin, a two prong gilt metal pin and one other, together with a Noritake tapered hat pin stand with gilt floral decoration against a green ground together with matching dressing table pot (8), the former pin length 28cm, height of stand 13cm £70-£90

221. A mixed lot of silver and other items comprising a silver mounted facet smelling salt jar, a foliate embossed square hobnail cut glass scent bottle, an Art Nouveau embossed silver topped faceted jar, a napkin ring pierced with Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall, Sheffield, 1957 by Walker & Hall, three other assorted silver napkin rings, a horn napkin ring mounted with a silver Scottish thistle and an initialled shield and a silver thimble together with an ivory vesta vase mounted with the silver initial T and a silver plated Edwardian lady’s belt (qty), weighable silver approx. 3.22ozt £60-£80

219. An early 20th century green enamel gilt metal egg shaped boudoir timepiece having white enamel with black Roman numerals, and minute track, painted trailing foliage to centre, gilt hands, paste set surround, the enamel jewelled and gilt decorated, on a lobed oval alabaster base, n gilt ball feet, height 9cm £100-£150

222. A small collection of mostly silver items to include a card case, a vesta case, a match book case, two lady’s fob watches and other items first Birmingham, 1930, by S Blanckensee & Sons, curved rectangular from with linear engine turned, initialled, second, Birmingham, 1899 by A & J Zimmerman, of plain form with rounded corners, initialled together with an engine turned matchbook case, initialled. a .935 Swiss silver-gilt ladies foliate chased open faced fob watch, a brass bosuns whistle, a plated vesta with crown shaped hinged lid, engraved with initials and date, etc. (qty), weighable silver approx. 3.37ozt £70-£90

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223. Four Victorian and later cruet items first, a silver mounted ruby glass mounted mustard pot, London, 1903 by Cornelius Vander, of tapering form with a pierced cage work mount, fitted with a pierced domed cover with a scoop, together with a pepper dredger, Birmingham, 1897 by Joseph Whitten, a pepper shaker, London, 1905 by Horace Woodward & Co., of inverted baluster design with foliate chased swag decoration and a Victorian pepper pot (4), first height 6.4cm, weighable silver approx. 2.81ozt £70-£90 224. An Edwardian silver three piece cruet set and other silver items first Chester, 1902 by James Deakin & Sons, of oval lobed from embossed with scrolls on shell capped legs, fitted with blue glass liners together a pair of sugar tongs and three coffee spoons bearing UK import marks, a Victorian silver pickle fork with ivory handle and a mustard spoon (8), weighable silver approx. 7.24ozt £80-£120

225. A George VI silver arched four division toast rack, a pair of late Victorian George III style twin handled pedestal salts and other cruet items first Sheffield, 1947 by R P C & Co, second, London 1895/96 by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths, of oval half fluted design with reeded handles and rims, a square plain mustard pot with tied ribbon borders and blue glass liner, another mustard pot with matching pepper pot, a mustard spoon and a German .900 planished petal shaped sugar bowl, stamped 900 and marked M V (9), weight approx. 11.49ozt £140-£180

226. A Georgian silver and mother of pearl folding knife and fork and silver spoon travelling set the knife and fork with bright cut decoration on the blades, the handles with an applied cartouche with engraved initials, the spoon in Old English pattern, initialled to terminal, all pieces hallmarked, presented in fitted leather travelling case, Box measures 9cm in length £100-£200

227. A silver dish engraved with a hunting scene and other items the first marked London, 1978, makers mark for Da-Mar Silverware, a George V six piece silver handled manicure set with later scissors, hallmarked London, 1918/1919, Charles Henry Dumenil, in fitted case, a silver perpetual desk calendar marked Birmingham, 1913, by Henry Matthews, and a pewter fox mask ashtray (4), length of the case approx. 23cm £50-£80 228. A Russian Soviet 88 zolotnik silver-gilt and cloisonné enamel vodka tot Russian marks, decorated with red berried black sprigs against a white ground, height 4.5cm £200-£250

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229. An early 20th century Chinese silver cigarette case marked 90 over WH for Wang Hing, another impressed Chinese character mark, exterior decorated with a single embossed dragon, gilt interior, width approx. 9.6cm, weight approx. 5.20ozt £100-£150

232. A late Victorian silver cigarette case, a George V silver hand mirror and a scent bottle the first hallmarked London, 1897, makers mark for the Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Co. (William Gibson and John Lawrence Langman), with ornate repousse decoration depicting c-scrolls, birds, animals and putti around a central vacant cartouche, the mirror with raised wavy-line border and engraved rococo cartouche with initials to reverse, the scent bottle of rounded design with screw fitting cap (3), mirror length approx. 28.5cm, weight of case and scent bottle approx. 4.37ozt £70-£90 233. A George V silver wine taster set with a George III 1787 silver sixpence marked London, 1927, made by D & J Wellby Ltd, the bowl with fluted and dimpled decoration and the loop handle formed of two snakes, diameter approx. 8.5cm, weight approx. 3.01ozt £80-£120

230. An Edwardian silver menu holder in the form of the Royal Navy Crown hallmarked Birmingham, 1908, makers mark for P. Bash & Co., raised on a circular spreading weighted foot, base diameter approx. 3.7cm £50-£80

234. A George V silver teapot London, 1926, partial makers mark possibly for Pairpoint Brothers, of oblong form with a beaded border to top edge, ebonised scroll handle and raised on four ball feet, length approx. 28cm, weight approx. 19.73ozt £250-£300

231. A George V silver muffin dish and cover Sheffield, 1915, marked for the Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Co., of plain form, fitted with a liner, diameter approx. 18cm, weight approx. 19.67ozt £200-£250

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 238. An Edwardian silver helmet shaped cream jug, a cased pair of Victorian napkin rings and other items first Chester, 1909, by Alfred Marston, of plain design with reeded loop handle and engraved decoration with a vacant oval reserve together with a cased pair of engine turned napkin rings with castellated rims, Birmingham, 1886, makers mark rubbed, circular reserve initialled N in a fitted leather case, a pair of modern oval engine turned napkin rings and a tot (6), first height 10.5cm, weight 6.57ozt £100-£150 239. A George V silver salver Birmingham, 1934, jubilee mark, by Elkington & Co., of plain circular form with reeded rim on three bracket feet, diameter 20.3cm, weight approx. 10.41ozt £140-£180 236. A George V presentation silver salver and teapot first Sheffield, 1936 by the Atkin Brothers, of circular form with piecrust rim, on scroll feet, engraved with various signatures and presentation inscription This salver was presented to Henry Edward Kimber on the 24th. May 1955 By His Colleagues and Directors of Jenson & Nicholson Group Limited, on his retirement…, together with a teapot, London, 1923 by Martin Hall & Co. ltd, of circular compressed half fluted design with a broad flared collar, fitted with a fruitwood scroll handle and a fluted knop finial, engraved with various signatures, accompanied by The Story of an English Firm, Jenson & Nicholson, Ltd, London 1958, tipped in colour plates by Cuneo (3), first diameter 31.2cm, total weight approx. 48.14ozt £550-£650

240. A part canteen of Edwardian silver Old English Thread pattern flatware contained in an oak canteen London, 1907 by Francis Higgins & Sons, comprising six table forks, four dessert forks, five dessert spoons and six coffee spoons, initialled E, contained in an oak canteen with a blue baize lined fitted interior with two lift out trays, bears ivory label for Hemming & Co. Ltd. (21), length of table forks 21cm, weight approx. 39.18ozt £500-£600

237. A 19th century white metal filigree basket possibly Greek, unmarked, of oval form with petal shaped sides and fitted with a division surmounted by a cast perched bird bearing a gilt reserve dated 1882 and bearing initials, attached a wirework handle with cast bird, on bracket feet, height 23.5cm, weight approx. 15.6 £100-£150 241. An Edwardian silver-gilt pierced dish Sheffield, 1909 by James Dixon & Sons, of quatrefoil from with pierced decoration, the rims and sides embossed with scrolls, on a oval pierced foot, length 25cm, weight approx. 11.37ozt £180-£220

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242. A late Victorian silver novelty crumb brush, a small silver quaich, a Britannia standard dish commemorating the 300th anniversary of the Bank of England and a set of six plated shell butter dishes first Chester, 1897, by Cornelius Desormeaux Saunders & John Francis, the handle in the form of a hoof and fetlock fitted with a suspension ring with coconut fibre brush, second Birmingham, 1949 by The Adie Brothers, of plain typical design, third Sheffield, 1994 by Christopher Lawrence, in original box (4), first length approx.19.5cm, weighable silver approx 5.58ozt £70-£90

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248. An early Victorian silver snuff box along with two others the first hallmarked Birmingham, 1848, makers mark for Nathaniel Mills, of rectangular form with bands of engine turned decoration and reeded edges, a period inscription on top stating ‘Presented by the members of the Rose of Westmorland Lodge no.621 of the G.U.O of Odd Fellows…’, gilt interior, the second marked Birmingham, 1892, by Joseph Gloster, of curved rectangular form with engraved foliate decoration and a vacant cartouche, gilt interior, the third unmarked, of serpentine form, the lid engraved with a castle scene within a gothic surround (3), weight approx. 6.01ozt £150-£200

245. A George VI presentation silver salver Birmingham, 1938 by Mappin & Webb, circular with a piecrust border and reeded rim, on four ball and claw feet, bears presentation inscription, diameter 24.7cm, weight approx. 20.4ozt £250-£300

249. A George V silver biscuit box London, 1914, makers mark for the Sussex Goldsmiths and Silversmiths co., of plain oval form with reeded bands to the base and lid, impressed mark to base, length of box approx. 10cm, weight approx. 4.72ozt £50-£80 250. An Edwardian silver table cigarette box London, 1902 by King & Sons, of rectangular bombe form, having a hinged domed lid, on bracket feet, weight approx. 7.3ozt £70-£90 246. A late Victorian silver salver Sheffield, 1893 by Henry Stratford, circular with a piecrust border and beaded rim on four ball and claw fee, bears later presentation inscription, diameter 31.8cm, 27.1ozt £300-£350 247. A collection of 19th century and later silver and plated items various dates and makers, comprising a pair of ivory handled fish servers with foliate pierced blade and fork, Sheffield, 1880 by Walker & Hall, a cased oval napkin ring engraved with Greek key decoration and embossed with palmette borders, initialled, a silver bowl, a Swedish planished punch cup, a pair of trumpet form spill vases with lobed rims and weighted bases, a Norwegian .830 silver spoon with pierced terminal assorted flatware, coffee spoons etc., plated items to include a cased pair of Victorian ivory handled fish servers with engraved decoration, a napkin ring bearing enamelled Wembley lion crest, a cased set of mother pearl tea knives, bread forks with ivory and mother of pearl handles etc. (qty), weighable silver approx. 14.93ozt £200-£250

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251. A George V silver waiter or card tray London, 1916, marked for Heming & Co. Ltd, of square form with rounded inset corners and a raised border, rests on four conforming bracket feet, further impressed mark to base, measures approx 14.5 x 14.5cm, weight approx. 7.8ozt £140-£180

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252. A large George V silver salver marked Sheffield, 1921, made by Mappin & Webb, of plain circular form with piecrust, border raised on three stepped hoof feet, diameter approx. 36cm, weight approx. 42.4ozt £500-£700

253. A late Victorian large silver twin handled tray Sheffield, 1898 by Joseph Rodgers & Sons, of oval from with raised moulded border and scroll and shell rim, foliate scroll engraved decoration, handle to handle 72cm, weight approx. 128ozt £1,500-£2,000

254. Tiffany & Co. A silver galleried oval mahogany drinks tray The plain silver gallery and scroll handles stamped Tiffany & Co. 179313 makers 6118 Sterling Silver 925-1000 New York, also bearing London import marks for London, 1907 by Tiffany & Co. the oval mahogany satin wood strung and marquetry inlaid with an oval wreath, fitted with a glass protector, length handle to handle 47cm £100-£200

255. An Italian .800 silver four piece tea and coffee service sugar basin stamped 800, other pieces unmarked, comprising teapot, coffee pot, twin handled sugar basin and cover and milk jug, of each baluster wrythen form, with scroll handles on a domed foot, height of coffee pot 21.5cm, total weight approx. 37.63ozt £450-£500

256. A George V two piece silver cafe au lait set hallmarked Birmingham, 1924, makers mark for Adie Brothers Ltd, of baluster form with reeded gridle and borders, fitted with wooden scroll handles and finials, raised on a circular spreading foot, the coffee pot with faceted spout (2), height approx. 20cm, weight approx. 21.71ozt £300-£350

257. A late Victorian silver three piece bachelors tea service London, 1878 by Charles Edwards, comprising teapot, sugar basin and milk jug, of compressed form, all over chased with Indian style decoration, monogrammed (3), teapot handle to spout 18cm, weight approx. 14.39ozt £180-£220

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258. A George V silver teapot Birmingham, 1931, makers mark indistinct, of circular form with beaded rims, fitted with a ebonised scroll handle and finial, length handle to spout 24cm, weight approx. 12.45ozt £140-£180

259. A George V silver teapot Birmingham, 1934, Jubilee mark, by Barker Brothers Silver ltd, of oval shaped design, having angular ebonised scroll handle and knop finial, handle to spout 28.5cm, weight approx. 20.4ozt £250-£300

262. A set of six modern silver decanter labels Sheffield, 1977, silver jubilee mark, by Francis Howard Ltd, of plain shaped design engraved ‘Port’, ‘Sherry’, ‘Brandy’, ‘Whisky’, ‘Gin’ and another blank, on chains (6), weight approx. 2.99ozt £100-£150

263. A George III silver Old English pattern ladle marked London, 1812, made by Solomon Hougham, initialled, length approx. 33.5cm, weight approx. 5.5ozt £70-£90

260. An Edwardian silver pedestal bowl Sheffield, 1908 by Martin Hall & Co, of plain circular from on a domed spreading foot, bears presentation inscription, height 13.5cm, weight approx. 13.61ozt £140-£180 261. A George V Art Nouveau silver hot water jug Sheffield, 1913 by Mappin & Webb, of trumpet form, fitted with an ebonised whiplash handle and finial, height 20cm, weight approx. 17.89ozt £180-£220

264. A set of six Victorian silver teaspoons first fiddle pattern, London, 1847, by John James Whiting / Henry Holland, initialled M, second Old English pattern, London, 1872, by Chawner & Co. (George Adams), initialled N (12), first length 14.6cm, weight approx 7.54ozt £100-£150

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265. A set of six modern silver fish knives and forks Sheffield, 1976 by Roberts & Belk, having filled Adam style Neo-Classical design filled handles (2), length of knives, 20.2cm, total weight approx. 23.13ozt £250-£350

266. A matched set of twelve Edward VII / George V silver fiddle pattern soup spoons Sheffield, 1908 / 1914 by C W Fletcher & Son (12), length 19.2cm, weight approx. 22.91ozt £300-£350

267. A collection of George III and later silver mostly fiddle pattern flatware various, date and makers, comprising three fiddle pattern tablespoons, a German .800 fiddle pattern tablespoon, five George IV table spoons and two dessert forks, London, 1821 by George Piercy, crested, together with three matched dessert forks, etc. (qty), weight approx. 31.41ozt £400-£500

268. A pair of Guild of Handicrafts silver rat tail pattern teaspoons London, 1985 by Guild of Handicrafts, each with oval planished bowls and plain flat stem, the underside of the bowls with an applied rat (2), length 11.5cm, weight approx. 1.52ozt £80-£120

269. A George V silver mounted tortoiseshell hand mirror and various silver spoons. first, Birmingham, 1923 by Adie Brothers Ltd, with pique inlaid decoration together with six assorted spoons (qty), first length 25.5cm, weighable silver approx. 2.79ozt £40-£60

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275. An Italian .800 silver dish, other silver items and a pair of plated dwarf Corinthian column candlesticks first, stamped .800 with Italian marks, of shallow circular form, embossed with a trailing fruiting vine, together with an Indian silver pedestal bowl, stamped 925 embossed with foliate border, a bowl with a pierced flared rim, a small campana from vase and a pair of dwarf stop fluted Corinthian column candlesticks on square stepped weighted bases (6), first diameter, weight approx. 14.49ozt £150-£200 276. A pair of Georgian cauldron salts and other silver items the salts, marks rubbed, of plain design on hoof feet, interiors gilt together with a modern decanter stand, London, 1977 by C S R Ltd with a turned wooden base, a near matching assembled three piece cruet set and a Edwardian halfpenny set coin dish (qty), weighable silver approx. 8.52ozt £100-£150

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277. Taxidermy. A George V silver mounted red deer slot inkwell and another silver mounted slot first Chester, 1924 by Grey & Co., the plain mount engraved ‘Found Porlock Parks. Killed Robbers Bridge Aug 30th 1924’, second the plain mount with pierced rim stamped Sterling Silver and engraved ‘Found Bakers Cleave Killed Porlock Ap. 2. 1940’ (2), First height 11.5cm £80-£120

278. A Victorian silver mounted horn beaker London, 1872, made by Chawner & Co. (George William Adams), of tapered form, plain rim with an applied vacant shield form escutcheon, Height approx. 12cm, diameter 8cm £60-£80 279. A George V silver inkwell in the shape of a bell indistinct marks but probably Birmingham, 1923, with hinged lid, lacking inner glass liner, height approx. 10.5cm, weight approx. 10.31ozt £80-£120

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 284. An early 20th century Japanese silver cigarette and mixed metal case stamped sterling and marked with a pagoda, of curved rectangular form with rounded corners and triptych hinged front engraved with continuous lake landscape with a Torii and pagodas, the triple interior engraved with same view with niello and copper detail together with an Eiffel Tower souvenir nickel rouge box and a Prince Midget miniature lighter (3), first 9.1 x 8cm, weight approx. 3.39ozt £70-£90

280. A George VI silver hip flask marked Sheffield, 1941, made by James Dixon & Sons, of plain, slightly curved form, length approx. 13cm, weight approx. 6.01ozt £80-£120 281. A George V silver chatelaine case with a similar cigarette case the first hallmarked Chester, 1914, maker Stokes and Ireland Ltd, with banded decoration and a vacant cartouche, the second marked Birmingham, 1919, makers mark E.W, with banded decoration and a cartouche engraved with initials, gilt interior (2), length of the first approx. 11.5cm, weight approx. 6.75ozt £80-£120

285. A late Victorian novelty silver match box cover London, 1892 by Andrew Barrett & Sons, the cover with the cut-out shape of a pig and engraved ‘Scratch Me’, the sides with a scene of a man with a pig on a lead and a lady with a pig and a windmill, stamped A Barrett, Rd No197401, weight approx. 1.87ozt length 7.5cm £140-£180

282. A small selection of silver comprising a George VI sauceboat marked Sheffield, 1938, by Viner’s Ltd with shaped edge on three pad feet, a silver Arts & Crafts ashtray marked Birmingham, 1926, makers mark for G Paynes & Sons, of circular planished from with a rope twist border, the rim with three flowerhead bosses engraved inscription ‘L.B.C. tu decus omne tuis G.S & K.T, another ashtray indistinctly marked, possibly Birmingham, 1905, a pair of George III bright cut sugar tongs, London, 1793, maker mark I B, a George III sifter spoon, marks worn, two pairs of sugar tongs, etc. (qty), weighable silver approx. 10.34ozt £140-£180 283. A collection of silver and silver plated items to include a cased set of six silver teaspoons, Birmingham, 1961, makers marks for Angora Silver Plate Co., a George V silver cigarette case, Birmingham, 1924, makers mark for John Henry Wynn, a silver vesta, Birmingham, 1896, marked for J. C. & Co., with foliate engraving and inscription, two rouge pots with silver lids one marked London, 1924, maker Robert Pringle & Sons, the other marked Birmingham, 1908, a silver shoe, probably forming a pin cushion, marked London, 1901 and a cased set of six silver plated grapefruit spoons and a grapefruit knife in a box retailed by James Porter & Son, Glasgow (qty), Weighable silver approx. 5.06ozt £100-£150

286. Military Interest. A late Victorian engraved cigarette case Chester, 1899 by Payton, Pepper & Sons, of plain rectangular form with rounded corners, the hinged cover engraved with a mounted British soldier wearing a pith helmet pulling a machine gun on a galloping carriage, titled ‘Machine Gun’, gilt interior, 8 x 6.2cm, weight approx. 2.52ozt £140-£180

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287. An Edwardian silver cigar case Birmingham, 1902 by Minshull & Latimer, of rectangular lobed three division form, all over foliate engraved decoration, push clasp and gilt interior, length 12.2cm, weight approx. 3.84ozt £100-£150

288. A late Victorian silver mounted horse hoof inkwell and a novelty electroplated inkwell in the form of a Scotch thistle first Birmingham, 1899 by Thomas Latham & Ernest Morton, engraved ‘ 1868 “NOB” 1881’, having a hinged domed cover with ball finial, second fitted with a liner and bears presentation inscription ‘Capt A.H.R. Ogilvy from P. Reardon Late Sergeant Major “A’ Troop 13th Hussars 15th Octr 1890 (2), first height 8.5cm £80-£120 289. A Dutch .835 silver commemorative pen pot Schoonhoven, 1965 by h Hooykaas, embossed with a tavern scene, and inscribed Dedication-Dow- terneuzenThe Netherlands May 24 1965, on a spreading base, height 7.4cm £40-£60 290. A pair of Edwardian silver-gilt spill vases London, 1906 by S W Smith & Co., of tapering form with wrythen fluted and foliate embossed decoration and crimped rims, on domed weighted bases (2), height 16.5cm £70-£90

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292. A George VI lady’s engine turned cigarette case, a cased silver christening fork and spoon and an American serving spoon first, Birmingham, 1938 by A Wilcox, second Sheffield 1959 by Viners, in a fitted case, etc. (3), first length 8.1cm, weight approx. 7.2ozt £70-£90 293. Two Austrian .900 silver cigarette cases and a cased Dunhill gold plated rollagas cigarette lighter first stamped, 900, Vienna makers mark V.J, of rectangular form with engine turned Art Deco decoration, interior gilt, second stamped 900, Vienna stamped Hauptmanof plain curved rectangular from, bearing an enamel coat of arms for the Ypsilantis family, interior gilt and bearing presentation inscription with facsimile signature Alexander Ypsilantis, dated June 1926 (3), first 10.2 x 7.5cm, total weight approx. 9.02ozt £100-£150 294. A small selection of silver items comprising a small pierced and foliate embossed bon bon dish, Chester 1903 by Isadore Leapman, a small sugar basin with wavy edged rim, a pair of salt and pepper pots, a pain napkin ring, a small trumpet shaped specimen vase on a weighted foot, a pair of sugar tongs, a .800 Greek souvenir spoon and an a/f .800 German pierced serving slice (qty), weighable silver approx. 6.88ozt £80-£120 295. A pair of modern silver decanter labels and another first London, 1964 by Albion Craft Co., ‘Sherry’ and ‘Brandy’, with a cast fruiting vine border, suspended on chains, together with label ‘Gin’ with foliate embosses border (3), weight approx. 1.83ozt £50-£80 296. A late Victorian silver sugar basin, a pair of George IV silver Queens pattern sugar tongs and a pair of George III fiddle pattern tongs first London, 1897, by Edwin Charles Purdie, of ogee form, embossed wrythen fluted and foliate scroll decoration, gadrooned rims, second, London, 1828, maker mark T.C?, third Newcastle, no date letter, by John Robertson II & John Walton (3), first height 7.2cm, weight approx. 9.38ozt £100-£150

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301. A pair of Austrian Jugendstil silver plated twin branch candelabra by Moritz Hacker and a WMF pewter mounted glass twin handled tray first marked MH 20, on square spreading bases embossed with trailing wisteria (3), first height 24cm, second handle to handle 38.2cm £70-£90

298. A pair of late 19th century Indian Colonial silver candlesticks unmarked, probably Calcutta c.1890, the columns and square swept bases chased with scenes from village life with houses, figures cows, palms and other trees, fitted with square drip pans with a foliate rims, weighted bases (2), height 20.5cm £300-£500

299. A pair of late 19th century Burmese silver rice bowls unmarked, c.1900, repousse embossed with figures in shaped panels and scrolling foliate decoration, both signed to underside with a flower, diameter 17.5cm £100-£200 300. A late 19th century Indian Colonial Kutch silver umbrella / walking cane handle c.1900 and a pin dish first marked 90, of tapering design with mushroom terminal, scrolling foliate chased decoration, rectangular reserve (2), length 17cm, weight approx. 3.23ozt £70-£90

302. An open faced 18ct gold pocket watch by Robert Roskell of Liverpool key wind with white enamel dial and subsidiary seconds, Roman numerals, blued steel hands, movement numbered No 8649, in leather case, dial diameter 5cm £400-£600

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303. Vuillamy. A silver cased open faced cylinder fusee pocket watch the fusee movement signed Vulliamy London, date code ‘ocx’, pierced engraved balance cock, diamond endstone and silvered regulating dial white enamel dial with Roman numerals, minute track and blued steel hands, the case marked London 1829, by Joseph Hirst, dial diameter 45mm, case diameter 50mm £200-£300

304. An 18K gold cased ladies open face pocket watch by Camerer Kuss & Co. the dial with engraved foliate decoration, Roman numerals and dot minute markers, with suspension loop and engine turned case, engraved on the inside cover Camerer Kuss & Co. 56 New Oxford Street, contained in a Camerer Kuss case, total weight approx 30g £200-£300

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305. A Continental 14K gold enamel fob watch the enamel dial with blue Arabic numerals, the chased case marked on the inner cover 14K, the reverse with enamelled landscape scene depicting a lady and sheep, width of case 2.8cm £100-£200

306. A Continental ladies gold and enamel half hunter fob watch marked on the case 18k, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals, the case finely chased and with pink enamel chapter ring with Roman numerals and enamelled forget-me-not border, the reverse with engine turned enamel decoration of roses surrounded by scalloped border of forget-me-nots, with 9ct hallmarked pin bow brooch and safety chain, with personalised inscription to dust cover, diameter of dial approx 3.4cm £300-£400 307. A 9ct gold open faced pocket watch by J. Hilser & Sons the enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, in leather case, diameter of dial 4.8cm approx £300-£400

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319 317. A Gentleman’s Rotary automatic stainless steel GT wristwatch probably 1960s, with date just, red tipped seconds sweep, baton numerals and later leather strap, dial diameter approximately 3.8cm £60-£80 318. A Gentleman’s Roamer Rotodate 44 automatic gold plated wristwatch 1960s, with date just, silvered dial and baton numerals, in original case with original paper work, diameter of case approximately 3.5cm £50-£80

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 325. An Omega Gentleman’s 9ct gold automatic wristwatch with silvered dial, baton numerals, sweep seconds, replacement crown, 17 jewel movement no 30187214, with presentation inscription to reverse, diameter of case 3.4cm approximately £150-£250 326. An 18K gold Universal Geneve Gentleman’s automatic wristwatch with a square champagne coloured dial, baton numerals, sweep seconds, date just, on brown leather replacement strap, case diameter approx. 32mm £200-£300

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327. A 9ct gold J. W. Benson Gentleman’s wristwatch with silvered dial and gilt Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, shaped lugs marked 375, strap a/f, case diameter approx. 34mm £100-£200

332. A Gentleman’s 9ct Omega bracelet watch with silvered dial and baton numerals, the 9ct gold bracelet strap with textured bracelet, stamped 375 on the clasp, total weight approx 56g £500-£700

328. A 9ct gold Rotary 17 jewel Incablock Gentleman’s bracelet wristwatch with silvered dial, baton numerals, gold plated bracelet, stamped on the lugs 375, diameter of case approximately 3cm £60-£80

333. A Gentleman’s stainless steel Longines Conquest wristwatch with silvered dial, baton numerals, luminous tipped hands and expandable bracelet, diameter approximately 3.5cm without crown £150-£250

329. A 9ct gold International Watch Company Gentleman’s wristwatch with champagne coloured dial and gilt baton and quarter Arabic numerals, second hand, on a brown leather strap, stamped 375 on the lugs, case diameter approx. 35mm £100-£200 330. A 9ct gold Cyma Cymaflex Gentleman’s wristwatch with champagne coloured dial, gilt baton numerals, on black leather strap, stamped 375 on the inside of case, case diameter approx. 35mm £80-£120 331. A Gentleman’s 9ct gold case Omega watch the champagne dial with part Arabic and part baton numerals, expandable stainless steel strap £80-£120

334. A Gentleman’s IWC pilots automatic wristwatch with black dial, Arabic numerals, luminous hands and quarter luminous markers and triangle, date aperture and minute hand, stainless steel bracelet, contained in associated IWC case, width of dial 3.2cm £500-£700

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340 335. A rare gentleman’s large size stainless steel Omega 33.3 monopusher chronograph wristwatch c.1939 REF. CK988 the silver circular dial with raised luminous Arabic numerals, outer telemetre and inner snail shaped tachymetre scales, subsidiary constant seconds and 30 minutes register dials and luminous feuille hands, olive shaped pusher at 2 o’ clock, 17 jewel manual wind movement, cal 33.3, bimetallic compensated balance, no. 9382543 manual, signed Omega Suisse, staybrite steel case no 9554615 signed Omega, associated leather bracelet, dial diameter 33mm, case diameter 38mm £6,000-£8,000 336. A Gentleman’s Rolex Oyster Perpetual Date wristwatch with champagne dial marked superlative chronometer, baton numerals, calendar, bi-metallic stainless steel and gold deployment strap, box, original receipt, guarantee and service paperwork, diameter of dial 32mm £1,800-£2,200 335

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337. An Omega Seamaster bi metallic Polaris wristwatch 1990s, the black dial of approximately 24mm, with gold toned hands and dot numeral markers, with brush bi metallic steel bracelet, total width of dial with crown approx 3.5cm £100-£200

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338. A Gentleman’s stainless steel and gold plated Omega De Ville wristwatch with white dial, baton and Roman numerals, calendar and stainless steel and gold plated bracelet with a deployment buckle, back numbered 54543560, width of dial approx 32mm £100-£200 339. A Gentleman’s Omega stainless steel automatic wristwatch with blue dial, baton numerals and stainless steel bracelet stamped 434 845, with original box and international warranty card, width of dial approx 34cm £150-£250 340. A 1950s Gentleman’s 9ct gold Rotary two tone wristwatch the 17 jewelled movement with outer silvered dial with baton and Arabic numerals gold hands and minute hand with red arrow head, diameter of dial 34mm £100-£200 341. A Gentleman’s 1940s Rolex Oyster stainless steel cushion shaped wristwatch the silvered dial with gold coloured Arabic numerals, blued steel hands and subsidiary dial. the reverse engraved Douglas Oliver 8th May 1948, with crown stamped Rolex Oyster, on a later brown leather perforated strap, dial diameter 27mm, case diameter 32mm £700-£900

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 342. A 9ct Rotary Gentleman’s wristwatch rectangular case marked 375, with silvered dial and Arabic numerals with subsidiary dial on later leather strap, a 9ct ladies dress watch on plated strap, a ladies 9ct watch a/f, width of case of the former 2.5cm £70-£90 343. A 1930s Gentleman’s Longines stainless steel cushion cased wristwatch the circular champagne coloured dial with gilt hour baton markers, subsidiary dial and blued steel hands, yellow glass, contemporary embossed leather bracelet, dial diameter 28mm, case width 31mm £100-£200 344. A Gentleman’s 9ct gold Avia wristwatch stamped on the inside cover 375, the silvered dial with baton numerals, together with a ladies bracelet watch with plated strap, white enamel dial and pierced hands (2), diameter of dial approx 3.2cm £100-£150 345. A ladies 18ct Bucherer wristwatch the 17 jewel movement stamped on the reverse 18K, with baton numerals, on expandable plated and metal strap, contained within Bucherer case, total weight 19g £100-£200 346. A 9ct gold ladies Rotary wristwatch the oval mother of pearl dial with Arabic numerals, and 9ct gold fancy link bracelet stamped 375, with original box and receipt, total weight 19g £150-£200 347. A ladies 9ct Rotary Maximus bracelet watch the small circular dial with baton and Arabic numerals, the bracelet stamped on the clasp 375, total weight approx 16g £150-£200 348. An Omega 9ct gold ladies wristwatch with square dial and baton numerals, the bracelet with bark effect stamped on the clasp 375, with original box and original receipt and papers, total weight approx 33g £300-£400 349. An 18ct gold cased ladies watch movement, 9ct bracelet watch and strap the 18ct gold cased Mithra watch movement with square shaped dial and baton and Arabic numerals, a 9ct gold ladies watch with chased bracelet and an a/f 9ct gold bracelet (3), total weight 9ct with movement 28g £200-£300 350. A 9ct gold ladies Rotary wristwatch with silvered dial baton numerals and 21 jewel movement, the bracelet stamped 375, total weight approx 20g £150-£200

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351. A ladies stainless steel cased Longines watch the silvered dial with baton numerals and leather strap, and the reverse of the watch numbered together with a Gentleman’s 9ct gold cased Treblex watch stamped 375 (2) £80-£120 352. A 9ct gold Longines quartz bracelet wristwatch the rectangular gold coloured dial with baton numerals, strap marked 375, in fitted Longines case, total weight 51g, width of case approx 2.7cm £400-£600

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353. An Edwardian amethyst set drop necklace and a matched suite of similar jewellery the necklace having three drops suspended from a lightly graduated amethyst necklace, tests for gold, a graduated facetted amethyst 9ct gold bracelet, a large 9ct gold mounted amethyst pendant on rope twist chain, tests gold, a pair of large amethyst line drop earrings, test gold and a large single stone facetted amethyst ring, tests gold, central amethyst in necklace approx. 3ct, approx necklace weight 17.6g, approx. 41cm £600-£800

355. An 18ct yellow gold and diamond pendant and necklace the openwork heart pendant set to one side with a brilliant-cut diamond, London hallmark to the French fox tail link necklace, French control mark for gold, pendant height 2.4cms, width 2.3cm, weight 104g; chain length 63cm, 9.1g £600-£800 356. A Continental modern 18ct gold and tourmaline drop necklace having large delicate links and multi coloured tourmaline rectangular drops, approx. 46cm, approx. 6.8g £150-£200 357. A large irregular polished piece of butterscotch amber together with a small carved butterscotch amber pendant and an even size knotted bead necklace, large piece approx. 62.4, approx. 8.5 x 5 x 2.8cm £100-£150

354. An Edwardian 15ct pearl set necklace in fitted case with graduated seed pearl set flowers and central single flower, with rope twist chain stamped on the clasp 15ct, in fitted green velvet lined case, total length 39cm, total weight approx 14g £250-£350

358. A silver gilt necklace the hollow fox tail link necklace applied with the three arched segments set with white stones, the claps stamped ‘925’ and with conventional hallmark, length 42cm; 24g £150-£250

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 361. A heavy vintage Hermès gold and silver ring and knot bracelet the sterling silver curb link bracelet with 18ct gold central tied ring links, stamped Hermès on fastening link, French control marks, black suede Hermès, Paris case, approx. 108.2g, approx. 22cm, outer diameter of central ring approx. 2.5cm £1,500-£2,000

359. A vintage Hermès gold and silver tassel necklace the sterling silver chain with 18ct gold slide and solid ‘faux’ tassels ends, one tassel with screw thread as fastening, signed Hermès PARIS on each gold tassel, gold and silver French control marks, large brown suede Hermès, Paris case, approx. 46cm, approx. 35.4g £1,500-£2,000 359

362. A vintage Hermès 18ct gold fancy link bracelet the articulated bracelet stamped Hermès to reverse of clasp, French eagle control mark to clasp, black suede Hermès, Paris case, approx. 33.2g, approx. 19.5cm £3,000-£3,500

360. A vintage Hermès silver and gold boucle sellier bracelet the sterling silver bracelet with 18ct gold buckle, clasp and detail, stamped Hermès PARIS to inside of clasp fastening bar and numbered 4264, gold and silver control marks, grey suede Hermès, Paris case, approx. 61.4g, approx. 18cm £1,000-£1,500

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363. A Continental flat fancy link necklace marked 750, with bar clasp marked 375, in original Le Manege a Bijoux fitted box, total weight approx 31g £600-£800

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 364. A Victorian carved ivory heart pendant necklace and three lockets the carved ivory heart pendant on a large link chunky necklace, together with a Victorian jet and silver mourning locket with applied interlocked initials and two other white metal Victorian lockets (4), length of ivory necklace with pendant 32cm £70-£90 365. A delicate cultured pearl and diamond drop necklace the even size pearl necklace with single stone diamond and tear shaped pearl drop, yellow metal mount and clasp test for gold, approx. 36cm in length £150-£200 366. A Norwegian silver and enamelled bracelet by Andresen & Scheinpflug the shaped links enamelled in white with stylised flower detail, stamped on the reverse with the makers initials and 925, with safety chain, length approx 18cm £80-£120 367. A contemporary 9ct gold eight bar gate bracelet tapering to either end and with 9ct gold heart shaped padlock fastening, approx. 16.3g, approx. 18.5 x 2.7 £180-£220

369. An early 20th century fancy link 9ct gold gate bracelet having 9ct gold stamped heart fastening padlock, approx. 15.8g, approx. 18 x 0.9cm £180-£220

370. An attractive Edwardian 15ct gold gate bracelet having three fancy crossover bars spaced with triple sphere links, invisible push clasp, stamped 15 to clasp, approx. 15.7g, approx. 19.5 x 1cm £300-£350 371. A 9ct white and yellow gold diamond set fancy link bracelet stamped 375 on the clasp, with square shaped yellow links and diamond set white gold connecting links, weight approximately 13g, length 18cm £100-£150 372. A ruby and diamond line bracelet and a matching emerald bracelet each set with oval rubies or emeralds with diamond point detail to each link, both marked .750 for 18ct white gold (2), both approx. 19cm, approx. weight 22.4g £300-£400

368. An Egyptian yellow metal hieroglyph panel bracelet each of the four panels decorated with raised hieroglyphs on a textured ground, integral push clasp, Egyptian marks to reverse of each panel, tests for gold, approx. 47.5g, approx. 18 x 1.5cm £1,000-£1,200

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 376. Two Tiffany & Co. silver bracelets the former a five row river pearl and silver bracelet, stamped Tiffany & Co., in suede Tiffany box & turquoise card box, the latter a Tiffany & Co. sterling silver heart tag bracelet, turquoise Tiffany suede pouch and box (2), tag bracelet approx. 33.9g, approx. 18.5cm, pearl bracelet approx. 21.5cm adjustable £150-£250

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380. A Russian early 20th century emerald and diamond flexible line bracelet the Kokoshnik mark for 1908-1917 the central section composed of five calibre-cut emeralds (untested) with five graduated old brilliant-cut diamonds, to the openwork rectangular links and concealed clasp with makers mark indistinctly stamped PB?, length 16.5cm £800-£1,200 381. A Georg Jensen silver and enamel daisy bracelet and matching earrings the bracelet having five double sided enamel daisy links together with the matching ear studs, both signed, both with original Georg Jensen boxes (2), bracelet approx. 18.5cm £100-£200 382. A 9ct gold gate bracelet with heart shaped padlock marked 375 with fancy chasing, the bracelet with seven bars and safety chain, total weight 24g £250-£300 383. A 9ct rose gold bracelet with charms each link stamped 375, with amethyst and seed pearl pendant (unmarked), shield shaped locket, gold tassel (unmarked), and chased gold locket marked 375, weight total approx 40g £400-£500

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384. A fancy link bracelet, of stylised flattened boomerang link design, unmarked but tests as gold, length 18.5cm, weight 20g £400-£500

385. A 9ct rose gold fancy link four bar gate bracelet the two central rope twist bars, and heart shaped padlock stamped 375, with safety chain, weight approx 16g £180-£220

388. An Edwardian fox and hunting horn hinged bangle the bangle formed as a curved hunting horn and set with a foxes head, engraved 10ct? to bangle, tests for gold, approx. 7.5g, approx. inside diameter 6 x 5cm £200-£300 385

386. A rose gold open curb link bracelet the fastening stamped 9ct, later converted from a watch Albert chain, approx. 14g, approx. 20cm £140-£180

389. A contemporary Continental hinged gold elephant bangle the 14ct yellow gold pierced bangle formed as a continual row of marching elephants, signature panel to reverse ‘Altinbus’, approx. 32.4g, pprox. 2cm in width, internal diam. 6.5 x 5.5cm £600-£800

387. A delicate white gold and diamond set bracelet having articulated scalloped links set with small diamonds between collet set diamonds, marked for 18ct white gold, maker P.M., push clasp fastening, approx. 8.8g, approx. 18cm £500-£700

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390. A contemporary Greek sapphire and diamond ‘Byzantine style’ bangle the 18ct gold hinged bangle set with an oval cabochon sapphire with a small collet set diamond to either side, the textured grounds having beadwork detail and thread twist border, marked .750 to push clasp, with original sale certificate, approx. 29.4g, widest point approx. 1.4cm, approx. 5 x 5.4 interior diameter £800-£1,000

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 396. A narrow Continental yellow metal hinged bangle stamped 14K and BIRKS to the inside and engraved 1909, approx. 8g £100-£150

397. A 19th century 9ct rose gold belcher chain the links with facetted detail and with 9ct clip stamped WHW Ltd, approx. 16.6g, approx. 94cm including clip £150-£250 391. A Cartier three colour gold Trinity open bangle formed as three 18ct yellow, white and rose gold interlacing bands, signed Cartier and numbered C81574 to one end and marked CARTIER 1992 to the other, approx. 36.7g, approx. 5.5cm inside width £800-£1,200

392. A Victorian 9ct gold stiff bangle with applied decoration of rope twist C scrolls, flowers and spheres, with safety chain, contained in fitted base, total weight approx 9g £100-£200 393. A delicate ruby and diamond set bangle and another bangle the ruby and diamond bangle double hinged, mount marked for 9ct gold, together with a Continental 14ct hinged hexagonal section hinged bangle, stamped .585 for 14ct gold (2), approx. weight respectively 8g & 12.7g £200-£300

398. A Victorian 9ct gold Albert chain and sovereign and Masonic fobs the rose gold cur link watch chain stamped .375 to each link and having 1999 fine gold sovereign in yellow metal pendant mount, tests gold and a 9ct gold and hardstone rectangular Masonic pendant fob, Total weight approx. 50g £700-£900 399. A 9ct gold square section snake link chain stamped and marked for 9ct gold, approx. 12g, approx. 55cm £100-£150

394. A cabochon jade and white metal hinged bangle the bangle with bead and thread twist decoration and set with eight oval pale green jade cabochons, screw thread action fastening, stamped .800, tests for silver, internal diameter approx. 6cm £80-£120 395. An early 20th century turquoise set Tibetan bangle the rigid open bangle with central large polished natural turquoise within twin carnelian drops within scroll work and fine feather piercing to either end, tests silver, together with a Japanese nielo bright cut bangle, stamped Sterling and a mounted large tooth pendant (3), bangle approx. 63.8g £70-£90

400. Two Georgian/early Victorian memorial brooches one a rectangular black Vauxhall glass cluster brooch the closed back engraved Anne Shearman, Ob. 19 Sept. Oct ‘51, tests gold, and another oval foil backed half pearl cluster brooch engraved and dated to reverse, April 1836, Oct. 80, tests gold (2), 2 x 1.8cm & 2 x 1.5cm £100-£200

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401. A mid Victorian turquoise, diamond and pearl brooch the shield shaped plaque with calibre-cut turquoise forming an stylised ‘T’ to the old-cut diamond-set background, with pearls applied to the outer edge, mounted in yellow gold, converted from a pendant, together with a fitted leather and gilt tooled case with impressed ‘D’, length 3.3cm, width at the widest part 2.4cm £300-£500

402. A late Victorian precious opal and garnet set brooch having large central oval water opal, predominantly lilac and green, within four garnet claw set pin brooch mount, yellow metal tests for gold, opal approx. 15.1 x 11.57 x 4.7mm, approx. 5.2g, length approx. 5cm £200-£250

405. An Edwardian aquamarine and pearl set brooch the central stone millegrain set within four small pearls and within a scroll bar brooch mount with pearls to either end, mount tests for gold, aquamarine approx. 5.8 x 4.9 x 3.28mm £200-£250

406. A charming Victorian twin moonstone heart love brooch/pendant the cabochon moonstone hearts set within a seed pearl double frame with ribbon tied top and hinged bale, together with a similar Victorian twin moonstone heart bar brooch, both mounts test for gold (2), former 2.3 x 2cm, approx. 5.3g, latter, bar brooch approx. 4.2cm £200-£300

407. A Continental plique a jour enamel winged brooch, c.1910 having central blue paste and seed pearl detail to wings, white metal mount tests silver, together with an articulated multi band opal set ring, marks rubbed, makers monogram G.J. ?, yellow metal tests for gold (2), Ring size N, brooch approx. 6.9cm £80-£120 403. A mid 20th century Continental sapphire and diamond set cocktail brooch formed as a central sapphire and diamond floral spay within a diamond set ribbon scroll, mount marked for 18ct white gold, approx. 4.2 x 3.8cm, approx. 10.4g £500-£600

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408. A 19th century shell cameo brooch depicting Cupid the cameo carved as Cupid riding chariot pulled by a pair of tigresses, the yellow metal oval brooch mount having woven ribbon detail and testing for gold, approx 6.2 x 5cm £150-£250 409. A Victorian pietra dura floral brooch and three others the oval floral panel with yellow metal brooch mount, tests gold, a carved shell, cameo portrait brooch of a classical maiden in filligree yellow metal brooch mount, tests gold, a Victorian yellow metal Etruscan style target brooch with glass locket back, together with a large Continental white metal gem and pearl set sword brooch (4), pietra dura brooch approx. 4.2 x 3.5cm £100-£200

413. An interesting collection of Modern brooches including silver Scandinavian brooches and a Lea Stein comprising a green enamelled Norwegian leaf brooch, an Aksel Holmsen silver white enamelled abstract brooch, an Aarre & Krogh silver leaf brooch and another, a large swedish silver and marcasite set fancy ‘sabre’ brooch, a stylised Danish silver cat brooch, a Lea Stein acrylic fox brooch, an enamelled silver pixie brooch, a silver panther brooch, a large silver mounted enamel deer brooch and others (17), length of Lea Stein 9ct £80-£150

410. An Edwardian sapphire and diamond bar brooch the central sapphire to the openwork surround set with a brilliant-cut diamond collet to each of the cardinal points, the tapering bar, with safety chain, length 6cm £100-£200 411. An 18ct three stone diamond and sapphire bar brooch with centre oval sapphire flanked by diamonds on 18ct gold stamped bar, total weight 3.9g £100-£200 412. An Edwardian sapphire and seed pearl brooch and another the Edwardian brooch set with navette sapphires and central seed pearl, together with a seed pearl set floral brooch, both test mainly gold (2), sapphire brooch approx. 5.3 x 1.2cm £60-£80

414. A Victorian coral drop brooch and six other brooches the wired natural red coral circular cluster brooch having three tear shaped pendant drops, together with a Victorian buckle strap oval brooch and five various white metal mounted brooches, test for silver, coral brooch approx. 4.8 x 3.2cm £60-£80 415. A 9ct gold mounted cameo brooch carved with a lady facing right, with rope twist mount marked 9ct, with safety chain, length 5.5cm £140-£180

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418. An attractive Victorian diamond and gem set butterfly brooch having sapphire and ruby tipped rose diamond set wings, ruby eyes and graduated half pearl set body and thorax, yellow metal mount, screw action pin fitting and attached safety chain fitting test for gold, approx. 3.8 x 2.5cm, approx. 8.7g £400-£600 416

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424. A dark green tourmaline tie pin in a gold coronet setting contained within an S.J.Phillips retail box together with a citrine pin in a gold setting (2), length of smaller pin 6cm £100-£150 425. A prehistoric arrowhead mounted as a stickpin and other related items pin mount tests gold, an early yellow metal coin? mounted as a stick pin, tests for gold, an Egyptian turquoise faience hieroglyph oval seal, seal a.f., also amounted as a stick pin, tests for gold and a pair of possibly Egyptian carved ‘cat’ amulets mounted as cufflinks, test for silver, a.f. (4), largest amulet ‘cat’ approx. 3 x 2.8cm £100-£200

428. A large early 19th century smoky quartz pendant cross having four large facetted quartz sections within a yellow metal pendant mount with bead detail and with engraved bale, tests for gold, approx. 9 x 5.3cm, approx. weight 29.2g £200-£300

426. Two Victorian stick pins and another comprising a horse shoe shaped pin inset with rose cut diamonds in fitted case, another with an 18ct crescent and star shape mount set with seed pearls and amethyst in a fitted case, together with another later pin with yellow metal mount testing for gold inset with diamond in fitted case (3), total weight approx 4g £180-£220 429. A pair of Victorian banded agate drop earrings and necklace the earrings having twin conical banded agate drops suspended below an agate button top, yellow metal mounts test for gold, together with a Victorian banded agate bead necklace, yellow metal barrel clasp tests gold (2), drop approx. 3.2cm £200-£250

427. A pair of rectangular princess-cut diamond earrings each stud estimated to spread 0.60-0.65cts, to the continental screw fittings stamped ‘18K’, Diamonds measure 4.69mm x 4.49mm, and 4.32 x 4.57mm (culet inaccessible) £500-£700

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430. A good collection of early 20th century citrine, crystal and onyx drop earrings comprising facetted shaded citrine drops, fittings test gold, facetted rock crystal drop earrings and a similar smaller pair, both fittings test gold, a long pair of Art Deco onyx and marcasite drop earrings, fittings test silver, a smaller pair of onyx ear drops, test silver, a pair of Art deco silver and marcasite drops, a pair of silver marcasite and paste drops, a pair of black glass grape drops and a black onyx heart shaped locket a.f. (9), large crystal approx. 6.5cm, citrine approx. 5.5cm, onyx and marcasite drops approx. 7.5cm £200-£400

435. A 14K gold pearl and ruby heart shaped pendant the heart shape pendant mounted with pearls and centre drop ruby cabouchon, stamped on the reverse 14K, after a design by Ignor Carl Faberge, on a fine gold chain, together with a certificate from Franklin Mint, total weight 14g £100-£150

431. An Edwardian opal and seed pearl pendant on chain having central opal drop within a seed pearl floral circle pendant and opal drop below, pearl set bale, suspended on yellow metal chain, tests for gold, marked 9ct to reverse, drop approx. 4.8cm £100-£150

437. A contemporary single stone diamond set pendant approximately 0.45 carats, 18ct white gold mount and suspended on fine 18ct white gold snake chain, together with a small diamond nine stone drop pendant on chain, both 18ct white gold and a fine 18ct white gold neck chain (3), Total weight approx. 10.9g £250-£350

432. A late Victorian opal set star pendant brooch having central cluster within a six pointed star and with stylised foliate detail, stamped 15 to reverse, opal fitted bale, fitted box, approx. 5.8g, approx. diameter 3.1cm £200-£250

438. A 9ct gold pendant on chain with half sovereign marked on the clasp 375 with flat link chain and pierced pendant with mounted half sovereign, total weight approx 13g £220-£300

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 440. A contemporary facetted citrine pendant and a large crystal quartz pendant both yellow metal pendant mounts test for gold (2), citrine approx. 20.35 x 18.6mm, crystal quartz approx. 4 x 3cm £120-£180 441. An Art Nouveau silver and blue enamel pendant marked S & E probably for Smith and Ewen, stylised flower shaped mount heightened in blue enamel surmounted by oval panel of mother of pearl, with single enamel and silver drop, with fine Sterling silver chain, length of pendant 3.8cm £80-£120 442. A Georgian pink topaz and green chrysoberyl cannetille pendant having central oval pink topaz within a yellow/green chrysoberyl and pearl set cannetille work pendant mount, tests for gold, topaz approx. 17.7 x 10.4mm, pendant approx. 4.4 x 2.7cm, including pendant hook, approx. 9.6g £400-£600 443. An unusual 18th century style multi gem-set giardinetto ring the central calf’s head citrine collet-set above the openwork floral and foliate scrolling surround set with emeralds, diamonds and an oval sapphire to the plain trifurcated shank, ring size K £600-£800 444. A diamond-set cluster ring the central brilliant-cut diamond collet above the circular openwork cusped rayed surround, each segment set with a brilliant-cut diamond, the interior of the plain shank engraved with initial and date, ring size I, diameter 15mm £400-£600 445. An early Victorian pearl cluster ring having scroll detail to mount, central stone absent, yellow metal mount tests gold, size I £100-£150 446. A Victorian five stone diamond set half hoop ring central stone approximately 0.55 carats, scroll mount testing for gold and with diamond point detail, associated Victorian ring box from A & C M Robertson Goldsmiths of New Kings Road, Chelsea, centre stone approx. 4.90 x 4.3 x 2.95, approx. total diamond weight 1.50ct, ring size I/J £1,200-£1,800

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447. A delicate Victorian sapphire and pearl ring and another the former of marquis form with central sapphire and split pearl trefoils, 18ct marks rubbed, maker S.B. & S.L., the latter a single stone white sapphire in 18ct gold mount (2), size P & N £150-£200 446

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452. An Edwardian 18ct gold buckle ring dated for London 1905, maker C.K. & Co., together with an engraved platinum wedding band, stamped Platinum (2), size respectively O/P & O/P, approx weight respectively 5.3g & 8.4g £180-£220 453. A three stone diamond ring and a diamond and ruby ring the three stone diamond twist ring marked for 18ct gold, together with an 18ct gold mounted square cut ruby and diamond set nine stone half eternity ring (2), size respectively J/K & Q, approx. weight 8.2g £150-£200 454. A Continental emerald and diamond three stone ring the central oval emerald set between two small navette cut diamonds, 18ct white gold mount stamped .750, emerald approx. 0.80ct, approx. 7.68 x 5.75 x 4.11mm, size J/K £300-£500

455. An Art Deco style emerald and diamond ring having central square cut emerald set between two baguette diamonds and having baguette diamond set shoulders, 18ct white gold mount, Sheffield 1993, maker E.F. Ltd, Emerald approx. 0.75ct, approx. 5.46 x 5.67 x 4.14mm, size N £300-£500 456. A single stone Art Deco diamond set ring the old cut diamond approximately 1.00 carat, the rectangular setting with diamond point detail to corners, the white metal mount stamped DI A, Diamond spreads approx. 1.00ct, size P/Q £600-£800 457. A Victorian 18ct gold diamond set gypsy ring set with three small diamonds, remnant of 18ct gold hallmark and shank stamped 18ct, size O, approx. 2.8g £70-£90

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468 458. A 22ct gold wedding band marked for Birmingham 1921, impressed maker’s mark Walker and A.C.Co ?, size O, approx. 5.8g £100-£150 459. A 22ct gold wedding band having ribbed decoration, London 1960, maker E & G, size G, approx. 6.1g £160-£200 460. A good diamond set daisy cluster ring the centre stone approximately 0.23 carats surrounded by eight smaller brilliant cut diamonds, mount stamped 18ct & plat, size M, total cluster approx. 10.6mm, diameter £500-£600 461. An attractive late Victorian ruby five stone half hoop ring the carved scroll yellow metal mount testing for gold and having diamond point detail between rubies, associated ring box, size L/M, central ruby approx. 5.68 x 4.4mm £300-£500 462. An Art Deco single stone diamond set ring the diamond approximately 0.55 carats and within a square mount with diamond point detail to corners and having diamond set shoulders, white metal mount marked 18ct and PLAT, Size M £350-£500 463. A Continental contemporary 9K Cartier style gold sapphire and diamond panther ring the ring formed a pair of facing panthers each pave set with sapphires and diamonds, stamped 9K to inside, size P, approx. 6.3g £140-£180

472 467. A small collection of mixed gold jewellery comprising a half sovereign in pendant mount, an 18ct gold signet ring engraved with initials, an Italian ‘boot’ charm pendant marked on the suspension loop 750, tigers eye (?) budda with mount marked 750 for 18ct, an 18ct gold mounted cameo ring and a 9ct Edwardian pendant set with garnets (6), weight of 18ct signet ring 9.2g approx, Italian pendant 2.9g, cameo ring 3.2g £500-£600 468. A set of three modernist 18ct gold interlocking rings each with collet set circular blue gem of varying colour and size, mounted in 18ct white gold, Birmingham 2008, maker C.P.M. in associated Georg Jensen ring box (3), size L, approx. 11.6g £100-£150 469. An Edwardian diamond gypsy ring and another ring and silver brooches the former set with three small diamonds in 18ct scroll mount, marked for Chester 1910, the latter a small three stone brilliant cut diamond set ring, yellow metal mount stamped 9ct together with four Egyptian silver square brooches, probably converted from a bracelet, each stamped silver to reverse, a circular white metal filigree ‘target; brooch, tests silver and a costume jewellery pink rhinestone set bracelet a.f. (7), size respectively K/L & M, brooches approx. 4 x 3cm £100-£150 470. A 22ct gold wedding band and another 18ct white gold band the white gold band with bright cut decoration a.f. (2), the former size M, the other size Q £100-£150

464. A contemporary opal and diamond set dress ring having central oval opal set between princess cut diamond channel set shouldered mount, 18ct yellow gold mount, size M/N, opal including mount qpprox. 14.4 x 11.3mm £200-£300

471. A sapphire and 18ct yellow gold ring the circular mixed-cut sapphire gypsy-set in a heavy 18ct yellow gold tapering band, London hallmark, ring size T1/2, gross weight 9.2g £180-£220

465. Two 9ct gold mounted garnet set dress rings one a five stone garnet half hoop ring, the other a garnet and turquoise set oval cluster ring, both marked for 9ct gold (2), size for both M/N M/N £100-£150

472. Four various sapphire set rings comprising a Continental sapphire cluster dress ring, stamped 14K, an 18ct sapphire gypsy ring a.f., a sapphire and diamond claw set five stone gypsy ring, tests gold and a 9ct gold sapphire and diamond set half eternity ring (4), size respectively M, Q/R, Z, T £200-£250

466. Two Edwardian diamond set gypsy rings the former set with five small diamonds, 18ct gold mount, Birmingham 1906, maker W.L., the latter a three stone turquoise set ring with diamond point detail, yellow metal scroll mount tests for gold (2), size respectively L & L/M £100-£150

473. A single stone diamond set ring and another diamond ring the single stone brilliant cut diamond approximately 0.40 carats, mount stamped 18ct, together with a two stone diamond set cross over ring, marks worn, tests for gold (2), Both K/L £200-£250

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475. A contemporary yellow and white gold and diamond dress ring the diamond shaped ring of two colour 18ct gold diamond set abstract design, size O/P £300-£500 476. A contemporary Continental diamond set ring having a single stone brilliant cut diamond approximately 0.50 carats within a channel set diamond shouldered twist mount, stamped .750 for 18ct gold, size O £800-£1,200

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479. An emerald, sapphire and diamond half hoop ring the central collet-set sapphire flanked to either side by a collet-set emerald, each separated by a collet-set brilliant-cut diamond, the shank stamped ‘585’ and set with a brilliant-cut diamond to either side, ring size N1/2 £100-£200 480. An emerald and diamond ring the central brilliant-cut diamond collet-set above the ornate surround set with four brilliant-cut diamonds and two calibre-cut emeralds, the tapering shank indistinctly stamped ‘18ct’, ring size O £300-£500

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483. A Continental Gentleman’s gem set signet ring and wedding bands the first gem set marked .750, together with three wedding bands one hallmarked 18ct, one Hungarian marked 18 and the other marked PV indistinctly (4), the former size ‘M’, 18ct band 5g, signet 5g, hungarian 18 6g, other 4g £400-£450 484. A collection of mid 20th century Continental gem set dress rings the yellow mounted scroll rings set with a variety of coloured stones, five rings marked for Continental 14ct gold, the remaining blue gem set ring testing for gold (6), approx. total weight 22.5g, sizes vary from P/Q to M £400-£500

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487. Two Continental ruby and diamond dress rings and another ring comprising a square cut ruby and diamond set twist ring, Continental .750 marks, a twin navette ruby ring and a cultured pearl twist ring with diamond point detail to shoulders, both M, K/L, N bearing Continental gold marks and testing for gold (3), approx. 8.7g, sizes respectively £140-£180 488. A hardstone intaglio Gentleman’s 18ct signet ring the oval shaped carnelian double carved, on one side carved with a family crest and the other size with interlaced initials, with shank marked 18ct, length of intaglio 2.8cm, ring size R £150-£250

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489. A late 18th century carved hardstone intaglio Gentleman’s signet ring the chalcedony of oval form carved with standing figure of Venus with two doves and ring of flowers, set in gold shank, length of intaglio approx 3.1cm, ring size T £200-£300 490. A fine Japanese shakudo mask kashira mounted as a ring the Edo period kashira of mixed metal and formed as a Noh mask, mounted in heavy yellow metal gold ring mount, tests for gold, approx. weight 32g, size approx. O, kashira in mount approx. 1.8 x 3.5cm £500-£700 491. A diamond single stone ring the brilliant-cut diamonds gypsy-set estimated to weigh circa 0.80cts in a tapering yellow gold band £1,200-£1,800

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496. A small collection of gold jewellery including a Victorian 15ct gold diamond set scroll brooch, a 9ct gold belcher chain, 9ct bangle, 9ct ‘M’ pendant on chain, three single gold earrings, scroll locket, tests gold back and front, a.f. (qty), approx. 24g, excluding back and front locket £250-£350 497. A collection of antique and later jewellery and watches including a carved silver mounted cameo pendant on chain by Bimonte of Sorento, a 9ct white gold sapphire and diamond dress ring, a 9ct diamond set dress ring, a silver pocket watch and another, ladies Omega watch, Burberry ladies stainless steel wristwatch enamel silver locket and more, some associated boxes (qty), Various £100-£150

499. A small collection of jewellery including an opal brooch the brooch stamped 9ct, associated case, together with a Maltese pendant cross on chain, test gold, pendant cross on chain, test gold, a 9ct tie brooch, cultured pearl brooch, tests gold, a pair of ear studs and a mother o’pearl pendant on gilt chain (qty), two pendants on chain and pearl brooch approx. 12.6g £180-£220

500. A small collection of mixed 9ct gold jewellery comprising a gold filigree panel bracelet set with garnets, a 9ct gold fancy link chain, a 9ct gold cameo ring, a 9ct gold Tudor bracelet watch, a gents star set single stone 9ct rose ring, a 9ct gem set cluster ring (6), total weight 42g £300-£400 501. A 9ct gold pierced panel bracelet together with a 9ct gold Star of David pendant on chain, chain a.f. and a silver articulated fish pendant on chain (3), gold weight approx. 12g £100-£150

498. An Edwardian rose gold fob medal of pierced scroll shield design having central monogram, engraved Batting Average and dated 1909 to reverse, approx. 11.6g £100-£150

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505. A 9ct gold curb link Albert chain hallmarked, with two coloured 9ct gold pendant and 9ct gold cigar cutter, approx total weight 31g £320-£380 506. A Victorian yellow gold fancy link long chain necklace with swivel, length excluding swivel 154cm approx; gross weight 29.4g £200-£250

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514. A small collection of various gold items including a 9ct gold curb link bracelet, a 9ct gold band, 9ct gold signet ring, 9ct bar brooch, two 22ct wedding rings, various 9ct studs, a heart locket a.f. and gilt stickpin (qty), total weight excluding stick pin approx. 29.8g £280-£320

519. A good collection of Victorian and later stick pins comprising a diamond set green and white spot enamel ribbon pin, detachable, early Victorian half pearl and diamond cluster pin, detachable, a delicate jasper daisy, rose diamond and pearl pin, two sapphire set pins, one marked V.C., a two stone sapphire and pearl pin, a horseshoe riding crop pin and a leaf pin, all test for gold, several associated boxes (8) £300-£500

515. Two 9ct gold stiff bangles the first of twisted form marked near the clasp 375, the other rose gold of plain form stamped 375 to the interior (missing safety chain), total weight 19g £180-£220 516. A 9ct gold chain and zodiac pendant and other mixed jewellery comprising a 22ct gold wedding band, a 9ct and diamond set band, a Rotary watch on expandable bracelet together with a decagon shaped silver compact with engine turned decoration and inscribed Violet (5), 9ct chain and pendant weight approx 10g, 22ct 2.7g £200-£250 517. A collection of mixed gold rings comprising two 22ct wedding bands, an 18ct buckle ring, an 18ct gold ring a/f, chased 18ct band and two gents 9ct signet rings (one a/f) (7), weight approx 22ct 4.2g, 18ct 11g £350-£450 518. A small collection of mixed gold comprising a MuDu 9ct gold ladies 17 jewel bracelet watch, two 9ct gold cross pendants on 9ct gold chains, a 9ct gold flat fancy link bracelet, a 9ct gold pendant on 9ct chain and a gents 9ct signet ring (6), total weight including movement 38g £250-£350

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520. A gold cased cameo brooch/pendant and others the brooch with setting marked 75, pendant with rope twist scroll mount and 9ct gold chain, cameo ring in gold mount and a 9ct synthetic ruby ring (4), total weight approx 16g £140-£180 521. Two Victorian single stone diamond set stick pins and a collection of other pins including a Victorian turquoise set pin, a large oval banded agate set pin, test mainly gold, an amethyst, a turquoise and a garnet set pin, all test for gold, an 18ct pen nib pin, five other various pins and a brooch a.f. (qty), various sizes £100-£200 522. A collection of Continental jewellery comprising a religious pendant marked 750, a fancy flat link bracelet marked 750, another fancy link bracelet marked 750 with alternating double chased links, an unmarked yellow metal zodiac pendant, a pierced heart pendant, and a gem set bracelet with fine chain marked 750 (6), total weight 15g £280-£320

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 523. A small collection of Continental crucfixes etc mainly marked .375 comprising a Saint Christopher pendant on fine 9ct chain, two crucifixes on fine chain, delicate bracelet marked .375, fancy link yellow metal bracelet marked .800 and unmarked yellow metal cucifix (6), total weight 21g £200-£300 524. A Chinese hardstone 14K fish pendant and two other items the pendant with articulated tail and stamped 14K, tests gold, together with an articulated abacus pendant charm stamped 14K and a pair of circular Chinese character earrings, stamped 14K (3), earrings and abacus only approx. 6.9g, fish approx. 5.2g and approx. 4cm £100-£150 525. An Edwardian seed pearl set 9ct swallow brooch together with a small collection of 9ct gold and yellow metal items including a 9ct cameo pendant, 9ct earrings and a small ruby set child’s ring, tests for gold and a pair of paste metal set star ear studs (qty), approx. weight excluding paste earrings 8.2g £100-£200 526. A good large collection of contemporary and vintage jewellery including silver items, hardstone pendants and necklaces and more including modernist silver rings, Tibetan dragon ring and other rings, Mexican silver items including ear drops, silver charm bracelet, silver and marcasite Art Deco style bracelet and other silver bracelets and bangles silver articulated fish pendants, amethyst and silver pendant, silver and jade ‘Stratton’s” vintage boxed pendant and ear drops, large heavy contemporary silver modernist pendants on silver chains, rope twist and other silver chains many with pendants, Neffertiti keyring, tests silver, assorted river pearl and various hardstone necklaces and more, an interesting and varied lot, various £400-£600 527. A large Victorian silver gilt fern engraved hinged picture locket marked for Birmingham 1881 and with shaped bead detailed border and woven fern leaf engraved decoration, together with a two coloured fine Albert chain, a 9ct gold cased ladies watch, a silver and agate set axe brooch, a silver figural dress ring and a pair of converted button cufflinks (6), locket including bale approx. 10 x 4cm £100-£200

530. A butterscotch graduated amber bead necklace and various other jewellery including mixed silver rings, a continental silver coral set lipstick case, Victorian rabbit foot brooch, silver and paste ribbon brooch, various bracelets, rings, silver mounted pendant and various items of costume jewellery (qty), amber necklace approx. 30.5g £80-£120 531. A collection of vintage and later silver and other jewellery including a Swedish foliate silver bracelet, Russian (Caucasian) Nielo dagger brooch ‘KAVKAZ’, filigree bracelets and brooches, test silver, large amber and ivy leaf brooch, tests silver, R Tennesmed moose pendant, silver pendants and rings and a variety of Art Deco and later costume jewellery (qty), Various £100-£150 532. A Continental gold link pin brooch the five interlocking links marked on the catch 18K with Swedish crown mark, together with 9ct hallmarked flower spray brooch inset with pearls, harp pendant (a/f), crucifix a/f and fine chain marked 9ct £100-£150

533. A large Victorian banded agate pendant cross and other similar items the cross set with uniform agate cabochons and with gilt metal mount, together with a Georgian memorial hair brooch, tests gold, a.f., a circular Victorian yellow metal brooch a Georgian flat cut garnet pin, converted and two other items (qty), cross approx. 10.5 x 7cm £150-£250

528. A 9ct Edwardian heart shaped brooch with flower spray inset with seed pearls and single turquoise stone, together with a 9ct Edwardian pendant with pale aqua (?) on late chain, width of brooch 2.5cm, length of pendant 4.6cm £80-£120 529. A small collection 9ct jewellery and higher carat jewellery comprising a 9ct curb link bracelet hallmarked marked 375 two 9ct crucifix pendant garnet pendant, Egyptian hieroglyphic pendant with Egyptian marks, fine fancy link high carat chain, a fine fancy link chain marked 750 and a single hoop earring unmarked, 9ct 13g, higher carat 9g £300-£500

534. A small collection of Gentlemen’s gold jewellery including a 9ct and blue enamel Masonic swivel ring, a pair of 9ct gold rectangular chain link cufflinks, maker HG&S, a New Zealand 9ct bar fob brooch, an 18ct gold diamond set ring, two 9ct clips and a 9ct signet ring (6), total weight approx. 33.9g £400-£500

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535. A 9ct gold Gentleman’s ‘salmon’ tie pin the leaping salmon marked on the reverse 375, together with a pair of Art Deco white enamelled 9ct gold cufflinks of square form, a pair of plated cufflinks and a plated fox tie pin (4), total weight of enamelled cufflinks and salmon 12g £150-£200

536. An Art Deco cased set of cufflinks and studs the circular mother o’pearl cufflinks having black rim and central seed pearl and with 9ct gold rims, fitted box, together with a pair of engraved gold and silver cufflinks and a ruby set ‘F’ stick pin, tests gold (3), circular cuflinks approx. 1.4cm, diameter £70-£90

537. An 18ct gold signet ring and various gold and silver cufflinks including two pairs of oval 9ct gold chain cufflinks, a pair of silver and enamel cufflinks and another pair of silver cufflinks, together with an 18ct gold gentleman’s signet ring (5), signet ring approx. 6.7g, 9ct gold cuffs approx. 17.2g £250-£350

538. A pair of Arabic coin cufflinks and Victorian 9ct studs the coin cufflinks with chain and barrel fittings testing for gold, together with one large and three small matching Victorian studs, each with floral engraved decoration and stamped 9ct to reverse, associated box, cufflinks approx. 8.7g, studs approx. 3.7g £150-£200 539. A Gentleman’s Russian yellow gold wedding ring marked 750, together with a large Continental gem set dress ring, yellow metal mount tests for gold (2), weight approx 6.5g, size P £150-£200 540. Two 9ct gold rings the first a signet ring, the second band with star set diamond (2), total weight 7.1g £80-£100

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 541. An Edwardian lady’s black satin long evening coat the collar with lace trim, frog closure and applied passementerie decoration £50-£80

542. A 1930s gold and silver sequinned full cape on black net with alternating panels of scrolls and swirls, with sequinned ties, length 128cm £70-£100 543. An Hermès silk scarf ‘A Cheval sur mon Carre’ printed black and cream montage of a horse made up of Hermès scarf designs against a ground of horse shoes, contained in original box with tissue paper and detached garment label, approximately 90cm square £80-£120

544. An Hermès silk scarf ‘Brides Rebelles’ printed in black and ‘gold’ against a white ground, contained within original box, with tissue paper and detached garment label, approximately 90cm sqaure £80-£120

545. An Hermès silk scarf ‘La Femme Aux Semelles de Vent’ designed by Aline Honore, printed image of a trekking scene depicting the French explorer Alexandra David-Neel, various colours with a leopard and tiger print border and fuchsia trim, in original box with tissue paper, approximately 90cm £100-£150

546. An Hermès silk scarf ‘La Femme Aux Semelles de Vent’ designed by Aline Honore, printed image of a trekking scene depicting the French explorer Alexandra David-Neel, predominantly black, cream, blue and green with a leopard and tiger print border and black trim, in original box with tissue paper, in original box with tissue paper, approximately 90cm £60-£100

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547. An Hermès silk scarf ‘de passage a Moscou’ designed by Nathalie Vialars, printed image of snow capped Moscow against a purple ground, in original box with tissue paper, approximately 90cm £80-£120 548. An Hermès silk scarf ‘Le Reve de Gloria’ designed by Gloria Petyarr, printed pattern of brown and black brush strokes against a cream ground, contained within an original box with tissue paper and detached garment label, approximately 90cm £60-£80

549. An Hermès silk scarf ‘Nuees imaginaires’ designed by Christine Henry, printed pattern of clouds, fish, animals and clouds against a grey and black ground, in original box with tissue paper, approximately 90cm square £70-£100

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550. An Hermès silk scarf ‘Chaines et gourmette’ printed pattern of various chains and horse bits against a burgundy ground with red border, contained within original box with tissue paper, approximately 70cm square £60-£80 551. Two Hermès cotton scarves comprising ‘Rodeo des Cowgirls’ with printed rodeo pattern on red ground, together with another of similar size entitled ‘Rialto’, both in card boxes with paper tissue and Hermès tags, Rodeo also with original garment label (2), both approximately 65cm square £60-£80

552. An Hermès silk scarf ‘Kelly en Caleche’ designed by Cyrille Diaktine in 2007, with printed pattern depicting the iconic Kelly bag against a black ground, in original box with printed aeronautical printed tissue paper, approximately 65cm square £100-£150

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553. An Hermès silk and cashmere shawl ‘Beloved India from Hermès Paris’ designed by Philippe Dumas 2009, depicting figures riding an elephant against a brown, red and burnt orange ground, contained within an Hermès box, approximately 140cm square £200-£300

555. An Hermès cashmere and silk shawl ‘A Cheval sur mon Carre’ designed by Bali Barrett, brown and red against a burnt orange ground with brown horseshoe design and central horse figure, without box but in original bag and tissue, approximately 140cm £150-£250 556. A Chanel pale blue scarf with Chanel logo and pale blue trim, contained in original case with tissue paper, approximately 162cm length £30-£50 557. A collection of Hermès accessories including four scarf rings; two palladium, one with perforated H ‘Evelyn’, the other with carriages pattern both in original brown suede pouches with boxes, together with two others (one in box and pouch the other unmarked), together with two Hermès leather covered notebooks (unused), a boxed hair band, a box of Hermès knotting cards and a hard back book entitled ‘The Hermès Scarf’ published by Thames and Hudson (9) £100-£200

554. An Hermès silk and cashmere shawl ‘Kelly et Caleche’ designed by Cyrille Diaktine, depicting horse and carriage with Kelly bags burnt orange against a black ground, contained within an original box with tissue paper and original garment label, approximately 140cm square £200-£300

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 558. An Hermès Etoupe taupe Clemence JPG Kelly 42 bag with palladium tooled tone ware, the interior with one zipped pocket and two smaller compartments, with clochette, small dustbag containing Hermès padlock, large dustbag contained within an Hermès box, with Hermès care label, approximate width 42cm £1,500-£2,500

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560. A dark brown vintage Hermès shoulder bag with pouch to the front, and zipped interior pouch, canvas lined interior and buckle fastener, with Hermès canvas dust bag and original box, width 30cm £300-£500 561. A Prada black woven fabric shoulder bag and another the first with two sections to the front with leather buckles, zip to front and zip to interior and another small zip pocket inside, together with a black woven fabric shoulder bag with orange leather Prada starfish key ring, with single Prada dust bag (2), the former width 42cm £100-£200

562. A Prada Vitello Daino Hobo black leather shoulder bag with two buckles to the front of the black calf leather, chrome toneware, zip to top and interior zipped pocket, with leather strap with buckle and rings, together with authentication card and outer dust cover, width approximately 37cm £150-£200 563. An Anya Hindmarch leather taupe and gold evening clutch bag the two tone leather bag with ‘gold’ fastener and beige suede interior, contained within original box with tissue paper, outer Anya Hindmarch cotton bag and ribbon, width approximately 26cm £40-£60

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 568. A Chanel black quilted lambskin mini flap 1989 handbag having gold-tone hardware, with a classic clasp, burgundy red leather interior with twin pocket stamped Chanel above complete with original receipt from Chanel Sloane Square 1989, with original registration card, card box and carrier bag, width 20cm, height 15cm £700-£900

564. A large Mulberry light brown/clay Daria leather shoulder bag with plaited shoulder strap, oversized studs to side, large signature Mulberry logo plaque to centre, logo lined interior with zipped pocket, together with original outer dust bag, width approximately 32cm £100-£200 565. A Gucci light beige monogrammed shoulder bag and a Coach brown leather shoulder bag the first with monogrammed exterior and horsebit print interior with two interior pockets and chrome tone hardware and outer dustbag and care label, together with a brown leather and canvas Coach shoulder bag with gold toned hardware and purple satin interior (2), width of the former width approximately 25cm £50-£80 566. Two Fendi evening bags the former black canvas bag with monogram print and monogram clasp with zip to interior, the second gold coloured bag with magnetic closure and logo disc to handle, both contained within dust bags (2), width of the former 25cm £50-£80 567. A Mulberry dark brown Bayswater leather handbag with postman’s lock closure, dual rolled handles, the interior with a zipped pocket and two pockets, with dust bag and additional Mulberry orange leather tag, width approximately 33cm £30-£50

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569. A black quilted Chanel purse and a small Chanel card case the former black classic quilted purse with logo to front opening to reveal a burgundy leather interior featuring card slots with change zip and several compartments, together with a small black leather card case with embossed flower decoration to top right with logo to centre, both in original boxes with felt cover (2), width of larger purse 18.5cm, width of the other 11cm £60-£100 570. A small collection of bags comprising a red leather Carmen Furla handbag with magnetic closure and Furla logo contained in dustbag, together with a black canvas Longchamp bag and an Alexander McQueen Black label leather and canvas shoulder bag with original dust bag (3), width of the former approx 41cm £50-£80

571. A Mulberry taupe leather purse of envelope style with palladium tone hardware with compartment interior, together with a zipped leather Prada purse and a Prada nylon mini zipped bag, with Prada dust bag (3), width of Mulberry purse 20.5cm £60-£80

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572. Dinky Supertoys, No.923 Big Bedford “Heinz Tomato Ketchup” Van red cab and chassis, yellow hubs, yellow body “Heinz 57 Varieties” with “Tomato Ketchup” to sides, in the original blue and white striped card Supertoys box £300-£500

576. A collection of prepared microscope slides the slides contained within individual drawers prepared predominantly by H.W.H.Darlaston and with paper labels, other labels include Flatters & Garnett, J. J. Bourgogne, specimens include gall fly, female bed bug, section of human brain etc., contained within a pine case with securing catches to the front, width of case 21cm £200-£300

573. Three Dinky Supertoys BBC TV Vehicles 967 - B.B.C. T.V. Mobiles Control Room, 968 B.B.C. T.V Roving Eye Vehicle, with plastic antenna, 969 B.B.C. T.V. Extending Mast Vehicle, all three in the original blue and white striped card Supertoys boxes (3) £100-£200 574. A small collection of mostly boxed Dinky Supertoys comprising 943 - Leyland Octopus Tanker - Esso, 955 - Fire Engine with extending ladder, 956 Turntable Fire Escape, 964 Elevator Loader and 972 20-Ton Lorry-Mounted Crane “Coles”, all boxed together with unboxed 660 Tank Transporter and 651 Centurion Tank etc. (qty), various £100-£150 575. A Cherry Blossom Shoe Polish shoe shine box of sloping form with three different tin adverts to each side, the reverse with a hinged flap, with mounted wooden shaped shoe rest to the top, approx. width 42cm, depth 34cm, height 29cm £100-£150

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577. A vintage Italian film poster for Qualcuno Verra’ (Some Came Running) featuring Frank Sinatra and Shirley Maclaine mounted, framed and glazed, overall measures approx. 86.4 x 66.3cm £50-£80

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 578. A large vintage French advertising poster for the Monet Goyon Starlett motorcycle c.1950s, coloured lithographic print on paper, designers name A. Kow lower right, printed lower right Imprimerie Gougenheim Lyon, framed and glazed, overall approx. 127.5 x 86.5cm £200-£400 578 579. A vintage French advertising poster for a driving school c.1930s, coloured lithographic print, designers name Cl. Cahon top left, printed by Imp. Bedos & Cie, Paris lower left, framed and glazed, overall 124 x 84cm £100-£150 The following lots from 580 to 593 are from the collection of cycling journalist David Taylor (1937-2020)

580. A vintage Raleigh Cycles wooden display cabinet of sloped form, with etched glass viewing pane and fitted drawer, retaining its painted surface, length approx. 66cm, width approx. 36cm, height approx. 14cm £80-£120

582. A collection of late 19th and 20th century ephemera relating primarily to the history of British cycling clubs and races to include an 1889 Upton Park Cycling Club fixtures booklet, an 1897 dance card for a ball hosted by Carlton Cycling Club, a negative for a late 19th century photograph depicting members of Shaftesbury Cycling Club, along with a souvenir booklet commemorating the centenary of the club, a late 19th century membership card for Folkestone Cycling Club, a 1930 booklet ‘Memorandum and Articles of Association of the Cyclists’ Touring Club’, programmes for the 1930 & 1931 edition of the Catford CC Hill Climb, a 1935 programme for Ravensbourne athletics club annual sports event, a 1936 edition of the Anerley Bicycle Club Gazette, a 1937 programme for the international cup race for cyclists at Crystal Palace Park, programmes for the 1949 & 1950 annual dinners of Crouch Hill Cycling Club, and the 1954 Unity Cycling Club annual dinner, a 1952 programme for the National Cyclist’s Union London - Leamington road race, two booklets entitled ‘Full Story of the Second Daily Express Tour of Britain 16-Day Cycle Race’ and ‘Full Story of the 1954 Daily Express Tour of Britain Cycle Race’, a 1955 programme for the Amateur Circuit of Britain 9-day race, a souvenir programme for the 1955 Scottish 3-day race, a programme for the 1962 Merseyside four-day cycle road race, a programme for the 1966 Welsh National Road Race Championship, a quantity of programmes for the Milk Race spanning 1959-1987 (incomplete run), along with a Royal Doulton ceramic plate commemorating the 1990 Milk Race, a 1970 programme for the Scottish Milk Race, a 1971 & 1972 edition of ‘The Boneshaker’ the magazine of the Southern Veteran-Cycle Club, David Taylor’s 1975 race license (qty) £80-£120

581. A vintage Hind Cycles enamel sign measures approx. 46 x 76cm £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 104 .

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 584. A collection of early and interesting ephemera relating to 19th and 20th century British and Continental track cycling to include an 1896 programme for the second 6-day ladies bicycle race at the Royal Aquarium, London, an 1895 printed illustration from Cycling entitled ‘After the Bell!’, a 1908 pull-out from Cycling showing Britain’s foremost track cyclists and their palmares, a 1923 programme for a 6-day race at Olympia, a number of 1930s and later programmes for events at Herne Hill Velodrome, including a 1931 souvenir programme for the Racing Cyclists’ Accident Fund, a 1932 programme for the Kentish Wheelers Grand Evening Cycle Race meeting, a 1938 programme for the Dunlop Jubilee International Cycle Races and a large 1939 display size flyer for a race meeting, a programme for the 1937 100km race at Brooklands motor track, a number of programmes for the International 6-day race at Wembley Empire Pool and Sports Arena from the 1930s-70s, and a pennant from the 1977 event, a signed photograph of Reg Harris (1920-1992), mounted, a 1953 programme for the annual Whit Monday Cycling Festival at Preston Park Track, Brighton, and a number of other mid-century programmes for regional track races including at Bury, Eastbourne, Nottingham, a 1968 programme for a track event in Brno, Czech Republic (qty) £80-£120

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583. A collection of illustrations, catalogues and publications relating to the artist and illustrator Frank Patterson (British, 1871-1952) to include five large bound volumes of printed illustrations numbered from 501-1748, standalone illustrations including one original pen, ink and coloured pencil entitled ‘A Westerham Hill-Climb’, a number of books related to Patterson including copies of ‘The Patterson Book’ and ‘The Second Patterson Book’ and some ephemera relating to the Frank Patterson Appreciation Society (qty), Possibly acquired from Cycling Weekly. Frank Patterson (1871-1952) was a prolific popular illustrator during the first half of the 20th century, known primarily for his depiction of idyllic scenes of rural Britain featuring the bicycle as a central motif. His work appeared regularly in Cycling Weekly, but his output was vast and covered a huge range of outlets £100-£200

585. A collection of early and interesting cycling ephemera relating to World Championship events to include a programme for the 1934 road and track world championships in Leipzig, Germany, four programmes for the 1937 road and track world championships in Copenhagen, Denmark, a programme for the 1938 world championships in Valkenburg, the Netherlands, a programme for the 1946 and 1953 road and track world championships in Zurich, Switzerland, a programme for the 1947 road and track world championships in Paris and Reims, France, containing a paper course profile, along with an identical programme, a programme for the 1948 track world championships in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, a flyer for the 1957 road world championships in Waregem, Belgium, an annotated programme for the 1961 women’s world cycling championships in the Isle of Man, two programmes for the 1969 world track championships in Brno, Czech Republic, with two stickers and a bookmark, a programme for day 10 of the 1970 world championships in Leicester, England, along with a cotton musette with printed design and location card, two programmes for the 1973 cyclocross world championships held in Crystal Palace Park, London, a programme for the 1983 cyclocross world championships in Birmingham, England (qty) £50-£80

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590. A race number signed by cyclists Graeme Obree (b.1965) and Spencer Robert Wingrave (b.1969) pasted on to a scorecard for the 1994 British Cycling Federation National Madison Championship held at Herne Hill Velodrome, measures approx. 29.6 x 21cm David Taylor was known for his enthusiastic coverage of Graeme Obree’s career, notably being the only reporter to travel to Norway in 1993 to report on Obree’s successful attempt at breaking the hour record, taking the title from Francisco Moser. Graeme Obree (b.1965) is a Scottish former professional racing cyclist who broke the hour record twice in 1993 and 1995. His colourful personality and enthralling career is the subject of a 2006 feature-length documentary entitled ‘The Flying Scotsman’. Spencer Robert Wingrave (b.1969) is a former racing cyclist who represented Great Britain at international events. £50-£80 591. A collection of rare and interesting 20th century cycling ephemera relating primarily to the Olympic Games to include two annotated programmes for the 1924 Paris Olympics covering the cycling events on 26 & 27 July, two menu cards from a dinner to honour the members of the British cycling team at the 1948 London Olympics, one signed by most of the members of the Track Team and the Road Team, including silver medallists Alan Bannister, Ernie Clements, Gordon Thomas, Ian Scott, and bronze medallists Tommy Godwin, Wilfred Waters, David Ricketts and Robert Geldard, the other signed by most of the Road Team, two London 1948 Olympic Games partially annotated programmes for the cycling road race at Windsor and the track cycling at Herne Hiill Velodrome, a menu card for a London 1948 Olympic Games visit of representatives of all Nations to Fort Dunlop with autographs inside, further cycling programmes from Olympic and Empire games including Paris 1924, Amsterdam 1928, Los Angeles 1932, Berlin 1936, Sydney 1938, London 1948, Auckland 1950, Melbourne 1956, and a programme for a 10 mile road race between the British Olympic Cycle Team and the representatives of Bombay, 1938 (qty) £100-£150

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592. A collection of rare late 19th and early 20th century Continental and British cycling trade catalogues, advertisements, patents, maps and cycle touring guides to include a c.1896guide no. 7 in ‘The Way About Series of Gazetteer Guides’, ‘The Way About Hertfordshire’, an 1898 booklet for Dunlop Tyres along with a number of 20th century flyers, an 1898 advert for the ‘Constra’ saddle, an 1899 catalogue for S. de Long & Co., Anvers, the Minerva & Romania bicycles, an 1898 fold-out cycling map of Belgium produced by Touring Club de Belgique, 3rd edition, a late 19th/early 20th century fold-out cyclists map of Bexhill-on-Sea, Eastbourne, Hastings, Rye & District, a 1928 Cyclist’s Touring Club Handbook & Guide, a c.1900 Pattisons Whisky Cyclists’ Road Map, a 1910 Cycling Pocket Road book, a 1934 John Bull Tourist’s Guide in hard cover wallet, a 1901 Chase cycles catalogue, a 1907 Monople Cycles catalogue, trade list and letter, a 1909 catalogue for Cycles Clément, Paris, along with another printed flyer, a 1910 catalogue for Nil Supra Cycles, Paris, a scarce c.1912 catalogue for Raleigh Bicycles entitled ‘The Book of the Raleigh’ with embossed front cover along with other Raleigh related promotional material, a 1917, 1920 and 1938 B.S.A Bicycles catalogue and an early 20th century pamphlet entitled ‘A Potted History of the Bicycle’, an early 20th century pamphlet ‘Cycling Penny Handbooks No. 3: The A.B.C of Cycle Touring’ by Reginald Wellbye, a large early 20th century b/w printed image of Paskell’s cycling shop, Finsbury, backed with cardboard, a 1988 booklet promoting the history of Reynolds steel tubing, five loose patents from the 1890s relating to bicycle components (qty) £80-£120 593. Two Vanity Fair double page “special issue” chromolithograph cycling supplements first after Hal Hurst, ‘Cycling in Hyde Park’, June 11. 1896, second after Guth ‘Au Bois De Boulogne’, June 3, 1897, both published By Vincent Brooks, Day & Son, mounted, framed (2), Overall 59 x 69cm £40-£60

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 598. Cartier, Diabolo de Cartier black fountain pen with gold plated mounts and blue cabochon stone to the cap, fitted with an 18k gold nib stamped 750, in a fitted Cartier red leather presentation box with outer card box, length 14.1cm £80-£120

594. An Imperial German Prussian Landwehr Reserve Other Ranks M1895 Pickelhaube the leather bodied helmet fitted with brass mounts, Other Ranks spike, brass plate with silver Landwehr cross, and state and national cockades, the spine with sliding ventilation cover, fitted with leather liner and chinstrap, height 22cm £200-£400

599. A Mont Blanc Meisterstuck fountain pen, ballpoint pen and propelling pencil the fountain pen a Meisterstuck no. 146, screw-on lid, brass clip stamped ‘W-GERMANY’ on ring, nib numbered 4810 and stamped 14K and 585, the pen barrel inscribed with name J L BRESIN, the ballpoint pen with push-on lid, brass clip stamped with serial number BC214678 and with ‘GERMANY’, the propelling pencil with brass clip stamped ‘GERMANY’ (3), fountain pen length 14.2cm £100-£200

595. A large vintage Union Jack flag bears label for Benjamin Edgington, 180 x 350cm £50-£80 596. A W.W.II Japanese officers Shin-Gunto katana the 24” single edge blade with wavy hammon, gilt brass tsuba and shagreen handle, red lacquer metal saya, overall length 99cm £100-£200 597. A Le Must de Cartier gold plated ball point pen with engine turned decoration, in original gilt tooled red leather fitted box with guarantee in outer car box together with a Parker 12k gold filled cased three pen set and Cross ballpoint pen in original box (3), length 13.3cm £60-£80

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600. Edward Seymour, 1st Duke of Somerset (1500-1552). A clipped signature in ink mounted below a facsimilie of a 1738 engraving of Seymour by Jacobus Houbraken, framed and glazed, height 41.4cm, width 27.4cm £400-£600

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 602. A collection of ephemera relating to Margaret Thatcher (1925-2013) and Denis Thatcher (1915-2003) dating from c.1960-2003, including a sketch showing directions to the Thatchers’ house ‘The Mount’ in Lamberhurst, Kent, on House of Commons headed paper, a number of signed hand-written and typed letters on House of Commons headed paper from Margaret Thatcher, a series of Christmas cards signed Denis and Margaret Thatcher, an invitation to Denis Thatcher’s 80th birthday party, the Order of Service for Denis Thatcher’s funeral in 2003, a number of handwritten and typed letters by Denis Thatcher, some on Downing Street headed paper, a number of black and white company photographs (qty) The correspondence is largely addressed to Dr Herman Hamburg who worked with Denis Thatcher at the paint and preservatives company Atlas Preservatives. Dr Hamburg was a long standing friend of the current owner £200-£300

601. Royal Interest. An album containing a mid-19th century collection of autographs, clipped signatures and letters mainly comprising contemporaneous European royal figures and nobility including Queen Victoria dating from 1841 until mid-1850s, and containing signatures from the Duke of Wellington, Viscount Palmerston, Francesco V, Duke of Modena, Leopold II, Grand Duke of Tuscany, Oscar II, King of Sweden, Charles-Louis, Duke of Lucca, Carlos Luis de Borbón the Carlist pretender to the Spanish throne, Charles II, Duke of Parma, Günter Friedrich Karl II, Prince of Schwarzburg-Sondershausen, Frederick Francis II, Grand Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin, Count Josip Jelačić, Charles-René de Bombelles, John Ponsonby, Zacharias Dase, pasted down in a volume bound in half morroco with paper boards with embossed floral motif, along with a folder of more autographed letters, clipped signatures and receipts relating to autograph collecting, including names such as Clara Schumann (qty), volume measures 22 x 32cm The collector purportedly worked at Mivart’s Hotel, the precursor to Claridges located on Brook Street, Mayfair, and was the hotel of choice for many British and European royals, dignitaries, diplomats and socialites £1,000-£2,000 603. NASA interest: A rare signed copy of the ‘The Astronauts by Don Myrus’ The Mercury Seven hard back signed by all seven of ‘The Mercury Seven’ 1961, first edition, each astronaut has signed in pen adjacent to their photograph at the reverse of the book in the final Chapter ‘The Astronauts’ The book was given to the vendor by his uncle Thomas Chambers, who worked as an engineer for NASA from the late 1950s. Chambers had a long and involved career at NASA working first on Project Mercury, then Gemini and Apollo. Close involvement with the Astronauts in the early days resulted in him obtaining the autographs £1,000-£1,500 602

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 606. Alfred, Lord Tennyson (1809-1892). A signed letter in pen and ink dated July 30, 1872, letter has envelope attached addressed to Henry Upston Esq, 2 Stone Buildings, Lincoln’s Inn, London, along with a reproduction portrait of Tennyson, when open measures height 18cm, width 22.5cm £100-£150 607. Queen Anne (1665-1714). A signed folio page document, ink on vellum dated 1708 and appointing Simon Parry to be captain in a regiment of Portugese Foot, countersigned by Charles Spencer, 3rd Earl of Sunderland and James Taylor, Secretary at War, measures height 31cm, width 41cm £200-£300

604. Charles Dickens (1812-1870). An autographed envelope in pen and ink addressed in his hand to Henry Burnett, 90 Upper Brook Street, Manchester, with a Penny Black postage stamp, mounted with a facsimile portrait of Dickens, framed and glazed, height 53cm, width 36.6cm £200-£300 605. Military and Aviation interest. A signed letter by Major George Herbert “Lucky Breeze” Scott (1888-1930) and telegrams between Winston Churchill and Colonel William Deakin (1913-2005) the first letter of recommendation for J. Reid addressed to RNAS Pulham, and dated 14th June 1922, along with Zeppelin related postcards, one bearing signature of Count Ferdinand Von Zeppelin, the two telegrams, one printed and one handwritten, between Churchill and Deakin, dated 1944 and both marked ‘secret’, enclosed with a photograph showing Churchill and Deakin amongst a group (6) £200-£250

608. Napoléon Bonaparte (1769-1821). A document page with pen and ink signature titled ‘Au Nom du Peuple Français’ dated 1803, complete with paper seal, countersigned by the Le Ministre de l’intérieur Jean-Antoine Chaptal and Le Secrétaire d’état Hughes-Bernard Maret, duc de Bassano, comes with a postcard of Horace Vernet’s ‘Battle of Friedland’, document measures height 42.7cm, width 28.5cm £400-£600 609. A group of documents bearing the signatures of Joseph Addison (1672-1719), politician and playwright, George Anson, 1st Baron Anson (1697-1762), Naval office, and Thomas Bewick (1753-1828), Engraver the first pen and ink on vellum, dated 1709, with paper seal, the second pen and ink on vellum, an original Naval Commission dated 1752, the third a receipt for purchasing ‘Esop’s Fables’, signed by Bewick and his son Robert Elliot Bewick (1788-1849) and includes a thumb print from Thomas Bewick (3), the first measures height 35cm, width 37.2cm £200-£300

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610. Arthur Capell, 1st Earl of Essex (1631-1683). A signed document dated 1669, pen and ink on vellum, mounted, framed and glazed with a reproduction of a portrait of Essex by Peter Lely, over all height 43cm, width 50.5cm £100-£200

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 611. Royal Interest. A group of documents bearing the signatures of King George III (1760-1820), King William IV (1765-1837), Frederick, Duke of York (1763-1827) and Edward, Duke of Kent (1767-182) the first pen and ink on vellum, dated 1799, the second pen and ink on paper, a military certificate of appointment dated 1828/30, the third an autographed letter dated 1818, addressed from Stable Yard, the fourth a letter written on behalf of the Duke of Kent with autograph on back, included with a large engraving of the Duke of Wellington’s funeral from the Illustrated London News, backed on linen (5), first measures height 29.4cm, width 20.5cm £200-£300 612. [Equestrian and Sporting] The Anatomy of the Horse by George Stubbs, London, J. A. Allen & Co. Ltd, 1965, the 1766 edition and illustrations, with a modern veterinary paraphrase by James McCunn, folio, d.w., Roberts, Captain Edric G., Hunters’ Moon and other Hunting Verse, eight tipped in colour plates by Gilbert Holliday, Macdermot. E. T., The Devon and Somerset Staghounds 1907-1936, illustrated by Lionel Edwards, 1936, a/f d.w., Collyns, Charles Palk, Notes on The chase of the Wild Red Deer, 1902, dec. green cloth, Ogilvie, Will H., Scattered Scarlet illus. by Lionel Edwards, 1923, and W.J. Miles Modern Practical Farriery c.1880 (6) £50-£80

616. A W.W.I three medal group awarded to 1960 PTE. A.T Oliver . 16- London Regiment and various military badges the medal group formed of 1914-15 Star and Victory and War medals, on ribbons accompanied by dog tags and 16th County of London badges together with an enamelled gilt metal Army Cyclist Corps badge, silver prize fob, silver St Christopher medallion, a Princess Mary tin, a linen Union Jack Flag, Home Guard and LDV cloth armbands and Home Guard cloth band etc. (qty), various £70-£90

613. Fitzgerald (Edward) Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, illustrated by Willy Pogany London, 1930, limited numbered limited edition of 659/750 copies for England, signed by Willy Pogany, dry point etching signed by the artist, twelve tipped in colour plates, mounted monochrome illustrations throughout, 4to., t.e.g., original gilt dec. teal full morocco, original tissue wrappers and card box £200-£300 614. Stow (John) The Survey of London 1633, London, printed by Elizabeth Purlsow, woodcut armourial frontis, other woodcut illustrations, folio, full tooled calf, the spine with raised bands £50-£80 615. WARING, J.B., Masterpieces of Industrial Art and Sculpture at the International Exhibition 1862 3 volumes, London: Day & Son, chromolithograph title plate to each, 301 chromolithograph plates with tissue guards, gilt edge pages, bound in richly gilt tooled decorated red morocco leather with 4 raised bands to spine, presented in a velvet-lined walnut display cabinet with glazed door, cabinet measures height 59cm, width 29.7cm, depth 40cm £400-£600

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618. Robert Devereaux, 3rd Earl of Essex (1591-1646), Captain-General and Commander-in-Chief of the Parliamentary army, silver-gilt military reward badge by Thomas Rawlins, 1642, oval, half length bust three quarters left, wearing armour and a wide lace collar and holding a sword, SX above head, legend in two lines ‘Should hear both houses of parliament for true Religion and subjects freedom stand - Pro Religione Lege Rege et Parliamento, rev. engraved ‘Earl of Essex Parliamy Gen’, laurel wreath border, suspension loop above, height 5.7cm £500-£700

619. Two W.W.I casualty medal groups awarded to brothers Pte 31236 Alfred John Macdonald Northamptonshire Regt. and WR-205789 PNR H G Ernest Edward Macdonald R.E. both formed of Victory and War Medals on ribbons accompanied by memorial plaques, in a glazed display case, accompanied by framed named Record Office Enclosure and two Buckingham Palace Enclosures. (2), first 26.7 x 32.3cm £100-£150

620. A W.W.I two medal group awarded to 96320 William Frederick Bizzell R.A. formed of War and Victory medal on ribbons, in a glazed display case and accompanied by a framed photograph of W.F.Bizzell in uniform (2), Case 23 x 26.5cm £40-£60 621. The opening of the Crystal Palace Sydenham, 1854 by GG Adams copper and white metal medals both conjoined heads of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert left, he bare headed, she crowned. / Distant view of Crystal Palace. Britannia attended by Plenty and Learning. Fame with trumpet overhead (2), diameter of both 63mm £100-£150

622. A collection of 19th century exhibition medals and medallions comprising Calcutta International Exhibition 1883-84 silver medal, obv; crowned bust of Queen Victoria, rev; award details in wreath as follows Awarded to Joseph Edmunds For Sauces, in a fitted case, London International Exhibition 1872 white metal medallion by Wyon in original card box with paper label, another white metal medallion for the same Exhibition with the head of Victoria facing left, 1883 Fisheries Exhibition bronze medal by Wyon, Universal Exhibition of London 1862, white metal medal by Bovy, The International Exhibition of 1862 white metal medal by Ottley, International Exhibition of 1862 token, Colonial and Indian Exhibition 1886 bronze medal by Wyon, Edinburgh International Exhibition of Industry Science and Art, 1886 white metal medallion, Liverpool, 1886 International Exhibition of Navigation, Travelling, Commerce and Manufactures medal by Elkington & Co, The Upton on Severn Industrial Exhibition, 1876 medal, and The Royal Naval Exhibition 1891 white metal medallion, in original card box (12), first diameter 51mm £150-£250

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 623. A collection of 19th century commemorative medals comprising The Albert and Battersea Bridges Freed from Tolls 1879 silver medal, by W. J. Taylor, a Victoria visit to the City of London white metal medal, 1837, by J. Barber for Messrs, Prince Albert New Royal Exchange foundation stone, 1842 by Griffin, Victoria & Albert New Royal Exchange London opened white metal medal, 1844 by Davis, another by Allen & Moore, Queen Victoria and Prince Albert Visit Worsley Hall, 1851, metal medallion, by Allen & Moore, Queen Victoria to Birmingham to open Aston Hall and park 15th June 1858, white metal medallion by Moore, Victoria visit to Warwick bronze medallion, 1858 by Pinches, Prince of Wales and Princes Alexandra of Denmark All Souls’ Church Halifax, 1863, by Moore, Exeter Meat and Corn Exchange completed 1887 by B. Wyon, Victoria Derbyshire Infirmary laying of foundation stone 1891, bronze medallion by Bemrose etc. (qty), diameter 39mm £100-£200

624. A collection of Edward VIII and George VI coronation medals, badges and other items to include a George VI and Queen Elizabeth, Coronation 1937, City of London, Guildhall Reception, silver badge, by the Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd., engraved to Sir Henry D. Kimber Bt. M.A. Deputy together with a cased George VI ‘For Faithful Service’ on a ribbon engraved Albert Thomas Sadler in a fitted case (qty), various £80-£120

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625. A Victorian gold half sovereign the reverse of the head of the young Victoria dated 1855, the obverse with a shield, weight approx 4g £100-£200 626. An Edward VII gold half sovereign dated 1906, weight approx 3.9g £80-£120 627. An Edward VII full sovereign dated 1906, weight approx 7.9g £240-£280 628. A George V full sovereign dated 1921, weight approx 7.9g £220-£280 629. An Elizabeth II full sovereign dated 1966, weight 8g £220-£280

630. An Elizabeth II gold proof full sovereign from The 2013 Sovereign Collection in plastic seal and outer case with certificate of authenticity from The Royal Mint, weight 7.8g £240-£280

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 631. Victoria Maundy 1859 four coin Maundy set young head £70-£90

632. An Austrian 4 Ducat coin with the head of Franz Joseph I facing right, inscribed FRANC IOS D G AUSTRIAE IMPERATOR, the reverse with the Arms of Austria superimposed upon a crowned double-headed Imperial eagle and inscribed HUNGAR BOHEN GAL LOD ILL REX A A 1915, in a gold pendant mount, dated 1915 (restrike), with rose gold chain, chain weight 8g, weight of coin in mount 18g £450-£550

633. The Birmingham Mint - A limited edition set of twenty sterling silver Ingots recalling the Great Liners of the North Atlantic contained in a wooden casket with certificate, weight approx. 20.42ozt £200-£300

634. Four cases of commemorative proof silver ingots comprising limited Danbury Mint sets: The Arms of the Prince and Princess of Wales set of twelve silver gilt oval ingots, H.M. The Queen’s Offical Birthday limited edition Ingot and The Queen’s Silver Jubilee Tour of the United Kingdom limited edition ingot, both with certificates together with The Royal standards set of three silver jubilee commemorative ingots (4), weight approx. 16.24ozt £140-£180

635. The Royal Arms, a set of twelve silver shield shaped ingots each ingot depicting the arms of various monarchs from Richard I to the Present Day, In Celebration of Queen Elizabeth II’s Silver Jubilee, in a fitted case, weight approx. 18.64ozt £200-£300

636. Cayman Islands 1980 Silver Kings Collection set of ten silver proof 25 dollar coins in plastic cases in two volumes contained in a slipcase with certificate, weight approx. 11.5ozt £100-£150 637. Franklin Mint - The Kings ands Queens Collection of forty three silver gilt medallions from Edward the confessor to Elizabeth II, contained in an album, weight approx. 23.65ozt £250-£300

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638. A Trustees Presentation Edition of the Churchill Centenary silver gilt medals collection no.851, containing twenty four silver gilt medals by John Pinches Ltd, with original numbered certificate and contained in an album together with Pobjoy Mint Isle of Man limited edition 1974 Churchill Centenary crown in a fitted case with certificate, a limited edition silver coin dish, London 1974 by Roberts & Dore Ltd, inset with silver plated Churchill crown coin for 1965, and engraved W.L.S-C 1874-1974 and bearing facsimile signature of Clementine S Churchill, numbered 592 in a presentation case etc. (5), total weigth approx. 23.54ozt £300-£350 639. Royal Mint Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee Collection of twenty four commemorative proof silver coins contained in capsules within a collectors case with certificates and booklet, weight approx. 21.9ozt £250-£300

642. A collection of silver proof and other coins comprising 2006: Guy Gibson, Eric Nicolson and Winston Churchill Jersey £5 coins, Queen Elizabeth I Alderney and Charles Lucas £5 coins, The Heroic Acts fifty pence and 2006 silver proof £1, 2007: 1oz Britannia, 3 x Diamond Wedding £5 coins, limited edition 2007 The Falklands Conflict 25th Anniversary 5oz commemorative and 50 pence, Fiji 2010 Charles II - The Restoration of the Monarchy and Queen Victoria - The Great Exhibition one dollars, USA: 1890 Morgan dollar, 2 x 1922 peace Dollars, 1998 .999 1oz dollar, 1943, 1962 and 1982 half dollars, Canada 2007 .999 1oz 5 dollars, other coins to include 2006 Vivat Regina £5, Cooks Islands gold plated Diamond Wedding photographic Portrait collection set, Windsor Mint Coronation Regalia jewelled commemoratives and British banknote commemoratives, mostly in capsules, with certificates in presentation cases etc. (qty), approx. 21.3ozt £200-£300

640. The Flags of the United Nations Silver Ingot Collection a complete set of 147 sterling Silver proof ingots by John Pinches, displayed in two lift out fitted trays contained in an outer mahogany case accompanied by original booklet, weight approx. 143.25ozt £1,600-£1,800

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643. The Royal Mint limited edition 2012 The Britannia 25th Anniversary Silver Portrait Collection First Strike nine coin .958 silver proof set in capsules together with two Datestamp 1 oz .999 silver Britannias, 1/1/2013 and 1/1/2014, both slabbed, limited edition HRH Prince George of Cambridge 2013 silver commemorative, no. 1487/2500, two cased George VI 1951 silver Festival of Britain crowns, limited edition 2015 The New Portrait Specimen Set, slabbed, all in fitted presentation cases with certificates (qty), weight approx. 9.11ozt £200-£250 644. An Austrian 90th birthday presentation cased set of twenty .800 silver 1966 Ferdinand Raimund 25 schilling coins and a cased .950 silver prize medal first in a fitted case stamped Zum 90. geburtstag Die Stadt Wien accompanied by a presentation letter, second, Austrian marks, obv. relief portrait,* IGNATIUS Frank * Pharmac VIENN. OBIIT X. DECEMB. MDCCCLXXIV/ reverse with presentation inscription to Abraham Hamburg dated 1888, in a fitted red velvet case (2), total weight approx. 11.96ozt £100-£150 645. A collection of mostly silver and other proof coins and a set of London Fire Brigade Historic Badges comprising Royal Mint: 1984-1987 United Kingdom £1 silver proof four coin set, 1993 silver proof Piedfort £1, 1996 silver proof £1, 1983 and 1984 proof coin collections, Franklin Mint Commonwealth of the Bahamas 1974 proof coin set, Passenger Railway 150th Anniversary 1825-1975gold plated sterling silver Stamp Replicas by Hallmark Replicas Limited, no 4074/500, together with a cased limited edition set of London Fire Brigade Historic Badges, no 939 with leaflet, etc., all cased with certificates, etc. (qty), Silver weight approx. 8.8ozt £100-£150

646. A Great Exhibition bronze Jurors medal 1851. by W. Wyon and G.G. Adams. Conjoined busts of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert left, trident behind and dolphins below, / Industry seated recieving a wreath from Fame attended by Commerce. Edge named to “E. SMITH JUROR EXHIBITION 1851”, original fitted leather and velvet lined case, diameter 64mm £200-£300 647. A National Art Training School, South Kensington silver Queens medal, 1878 by Wyon awarded to English portrait painter Ellis William Roberts (1860-1930) diademed head of Quenn Victoria facing left / National Art Training School, South Kensington, engraved to edge ‘awarded to Ellis William Roberts with the second travelling scholarship of fifty Pounds 1884’, diameter 50mm £70-£90

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648. A collection of 19th century prize medals comprising a Royal Hibernian Academy of Arts 1823-1861 bronze prize medal by Woodhouse awarded to William Theodore Parkes (fl 1864-1908) in 1875, a Society of Arts Manufacturers and Commerce, 1863 bronze medal by Wyon, engraved to edge ‘Awarded to Frank Baker in the “Owen Jones” competition 1878. For a design for a lace curtain’, a New Veterinary College, Edinburgh bronze medal awarded to A.H. Inman 1886-87, an 1889 science and Art Department bronze Queens medal for proficiency in Science awarded to Alfred H. Inman, a Tunbridge Wells & South Eastern Counties Agricultural Society bronze medal, a Crufts Dog Show gilt medal won by W.B.Fassnidges for Negress, a Reform League Presidents medal 1865, a Blackheath & Lewisham Horticultural Society silver medal, St Pauls Church School Reward white metal reward medal (drilled), etc (qty), First diameter 57mm £80-£120 649. A collection of 19th century mostly Royal commemorative medals and medallions comprising Princess Alexandrina Victoria bronze majority medal by Davis, a Victoria Coronation 1838, a large white metal medal, by G. R. Collis, in a associated red leather case, an 1838 bronze coronation medal, three other white metal 1838 coronation medals and 1842 Princess of Wales birth medal (all drilled), a miniature medal Queen Victoria’s Wedding, 1840 contained in ‘Prince Alberts Snuff box’, a Duke of Wellington 1852 white metal death medal by Allen & Moore, bronze medal by Moore, a Victoria 1887 Golden Jubilee bronze medal by Carter, 1899-1900 TransVaal Souvenir medal, two death of Queen Victoria silver rimmed photographic medallions, etc. (qty), Mostly fair to good condition The Some of the white metal medals have been rubbed and have marks. Viewing recommended in person £100-£150

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AN AUCTION OF CITY OF WESTMINSTER LONDON STREET SIGNS PART II AND TRANSPORT SIGNS AND COLLECTABLES A timed sale taking place between 10th September - 24th September (incuding the signs illustrated on pages 95-100) For more information please contact 020 8468 1010 or email info@catherinesouthon.co.uk To bid contact thesaleroom.com

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TERMS & CONDITIONS

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

PAYMENT

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

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:

All lots are subject to reserves. The reserve price is never higher than the low pre-sale estimate

DEBIT CARD BUYER’S PREMIUM AND VAT

We are pleased to accept Debit Cards

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

STERLING BANKER’S DRAFT OR BUILDING SOCIETY CHEQUE We are pleased to accept a Sterling Banker’s Draft or a Building Society cheque drawn on a recognised UK bank or building society STERLING CHEQUE OR CASH Cheques are not acceptable tender unless agreed in advance by Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd. Cash payments will not be accepted above the amount of £6,000 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 Sort Code: 60-23-22

BIDDING IN PERSON

Account Number: 79995810

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.

Account Name: Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd

ABSENTEE & TELEPHONE BIDDING

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

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

IBAN: GB47 NWBK 6023 2279 9958 10 Swift Code: NWBKGB2L BIC: NWBK GB 2L

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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

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

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

(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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(c) The Company will not be liable for any loss or damage caused by:- (i) normal wear and tear, gradual deterioration or inherent vice or defect; (ii) errors in processing; (iii) war or radioactive contamination

6. VAT If any Property is an asset of the Seller’s business, the Seller must notify The Company on delivery of the Property to The Company, whether or not he is registered for VAT purposes and if so, his registered number and whether or not he intends to operate the VAT Used Goods Scheme covering amongst other goods, works of art and antiques

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TERMS & CONDITIONS 7. POST AUCTION SALES

re-sale plus all relevant Expenses

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

(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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TERMS & CONDITIONS 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

12. MISCELLANEOUS (a) All images of lots, catalogue descriptions and all other materials produced by THE COMPANY are the copyright of THE COMPANY

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;

(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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