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Antiques & Collectables Wednesday 24th February at 11.00am An online live auction


Antiques & Collectables Wednesday 24th February at 11.00am VIEWING NO VIEWING POSSIBLE DUE TO GOVERNMENT RESTRICTIONS We are able to offer further images, detailed condition reports and virtual viewing if required. Please telephone 0208 468 1010

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Welcome to Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Director:

Catherine Southon MA

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Nicola Minney

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 1. A 19th century Flemish embossed brass cushion wall mirror in 17th century style the crest embossed with a flower filled urn and scrolls above a central rectangular bevelled glass plate with a mirror slip surround, height 61.5cm, width 35cm £100-£150

4. A mid 19th century Anglo-Indian carved sandal wood, ivory and sadeli work stationery box of canted form, the hinged lid enclosing an interior fitted with divisions, each side with a raised panel finely carved with birds and animals among scrolling foliage, height 12.4cm, width 25cm, depth 14cm £80-£120 2. A pair of Victorian figured walnut and floral marquetry inlaid pier cabinets crossbanded in tulipwood and having ormolu mounts, the panelled doors inlaid with a flower filled urn, enclosing an interior lined in original velvet and fitted with a single shelf, on plinth bases (2), height 114.4cm, width 84cm, depth 33.5cm £700-£900

5. A late 18th century Northern Italian walnut, marquetry and ivory inlaid table casket inlaid with putti and mythical beast amongst scrolling foliage, on carved paw feet, height 25cm, width 47.7cm, depth 35.2cm £100-£150 6. A George III mahogany serpentine fronted knife box having hinged sloped lid, the interior later refitted with divisions for stationary, on ogee bracket feet, height 38.5cm, width 23.8cm, depth 30cm £70-£90 3. A mid 19th century Scandinavian Biedermeier satin birch and tiger birch small bow fronted chest of drawers possibly Norwegian, three short drawers with later ring handles, with a shaped apron on bracket feet, height 79.2cm, width 77.7cm, depth 48cm £200-£300

7. A Victorian figured walnut and marquetry inlaid stationary box the sloped hinged front marquetry inlaid with fruiting vine branches within an interlocking key border opening to reveal a fitted interior with divisions, height 27.5cm, width 31.5cm, depth 28.5cm £70-£90

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8. A collection of Burmese lacquer (Hsun-Ok) offering boxes and covers comprising a large red fluted vessel with elephant finial, a similar squat fluted vessel with bird finials in three parts, a polychrome decorated pair of stupa form, and a pumpkin shaped box and another similar black example (6), largest height 31cm £80-£120

12. A late 19th century Chinese carved hardwood opium table the panelled top above a pierced and carved frieze, raised on scroll ends with blind carved decoration, height 32.5cm, width 92cm, depth 42cm £100-£200

9. An early 20th century bronze patinated bankers desk lamp c.1920 having adjustable bakelite trough shade, on a square tapering support and weighted base, height 51cm £80-£120 10. An early 20th century japanned black lacquer and gilt chinoiserie open armchair having tapestry back and seat on cabriole legs, height 64.5cm, width 63.5cm, depth 47.5cm £40-£60

11. An early 20th century Anglo-Indian enamelled brass topped occasional table the circular brass tray top with central scalloped well decorated with peacocks, on a folding carved hardwood stand, 18.5 x 74.5cm £80-£120

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13. A late 19th century Chinese hardwood nest of three occasional tables having fruiting vine pierced and carved frieze and simulated bamboo frames, height 61cm, width 43.5cm, depth 31.5cm £100-£200

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 18. A late 19th century Russian lacquered papier-mâché rectangular tea caddy Vishnyakov factory stamp, the hinged lid painted with peasants seated at a table outside, interior tin lined, height 8.6cm, width 13.8cm, depth 8.7cm £100-£150

14. A mid 19th century Chinese export gilt decorated black lacquer table cabinet chinoiserie decorated with figures amongst pavilions, the twin hinged doors enclosing five long drawers, on associated brass lion paw feet, height 30.6cm, width 30.4cm, depth 20cm £100-£200 15. A Japanese Meiji period black lacquer and mother of pearl inlaid work box the top with twin hinged compartments, one with a lift out tray containing four small lidded boxes, an arrangement of three drawers to one side, height 19cm £60-£80 16. A 19th century circular brass relief profile plaque of the Duke of Wellington mounted on a circular oak wall mount with carved rope twist border, diameter 26.6cm £60-£80 17. A late Regency mahogany games box the hinged lid inlaid with an octagonal mother of pearl plaque scratched ‘Shore Esq.’, the interior lined with embossed blue paper and fitted with divisions and lift out woven counter trays with twisted fringed silk two colour borders containing assorted bone counters of various shapes stained red, yellow, green and purple together with a part complete set of hand painted playing cards in four suits from two to six in multiples of four, width 30.3cm £80-£120

19. An early 20th century Russian black lacquer and papier box the hinged lid painted with a winter Troika scene, height 5.5cm, width 20.5cm, depth 11.5cm £80-£120 20. A pair of Victorian brass candlesticks and an Indian brass holy water or Gangajal pot first of hexagonal design with faceted knop stems and petal shaped nozzles on spreading foot, second fitted with two nesting beakers (3), first height 25.5cm £40-£60 21. Three framed and glazed Chinese textiles comprising a red silk embroidered sleeve panel, embroidered with metallic and colours silks of vases, blooms and gifts, framed and glazed, a similar cream damask panel embroidered with coloured silks of birds in a naturalistic setting, and a larger Chinese embroidered panel, cream damask embroidered with coloured silks of a figure in a naturalistic setting, 54.5 x 13cm, 65 x 12.5cm, 64 x 31.5cm £80-£120 22. An antique Turkish/Ottoman embroidered textile a silk muslin panel possibly from a dress panel embroidered with metallic and cream coloured threads with the Sultans tughra to the centre, further crescent moons, flowers and Arabic lettering in a circular form, framed and glazed, measurements with frame: 47.2cm x 49cm £60-£80 23. A Persian tribal flatweave salt bag height 53cm, width 35.5cm £50-£80

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 24. A Moorcroft Tudric ‘Wisteria’ pattern pepper pot together with two small Newlyn planished copper bowls and other items the Tudric pewter base of the pepper pot numbered 01527, one copper bowl stamped Newlyn, the other stamped JHG together with a Tudric pewter Napkin ring decorated with flowers, a hammered pewter clad cigarette box decorated with a fish and coloured glass cabochons and a 19th century pewter half pint mug cast with a horse racing scene (6), first height 6.7cm £50-£80 25. After the antique, a large 19th century Grand Tour patinated bronze of Silenus and the infant Bacchus signed Mee Vatican, on a square plinth base, height 59.5cm £800-£1,200 27. A Charles X Ormolu mantel clock c.1830 the case on the form of classical plinth surmounted by an artist sat at his easel, gilt dial with Roman numerals, on bracket feet, drum movement striking on a bell, signed Robert à Paris, height 33.5cm £200-£400

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28. English School, an Arts and Crafts leaded stained glass panel c.1875 in the manner of Henry Holiday (1839-1927), depicting a bearded potter sat at his wheel throwing a pot, to his right a standing young male figure decorates a pot, to his left a figure carries a tray of pots through an arch, flanked by columns, the borders formed of earlier possibly 15th/16th century stained glass fragments, 87 x 74cm Provenance: Upton Court, Slough, Berkshire. £600-£800 26

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29. A rare George III double hemisphere world map sampler circa 1790, cream satin embroidered in coloured silks, each corner embroidered with pictorial natives of Europe, Africa, America and Asia, the continents and countries outlined in different coloured threads and the tracks of Captain Cook clearly marked, Australia is depicted as New Holland, with compass rose to the base surmounted by roundel reading ‘A map of the world’, unnamed and undated, framed, 44.5cm x 75.5cm

30. Charles Edward Ritchie (Australian, 1863-1948) ‘Profile portrait of a young lady’, pastel, signed in pencil and dated March 1908, mounted, framed, bears ‘The New Gallery, Summer Exhibition label’, within mount 47.5cm x 32.5cm, overall 79 x 61cm £150-£250

A similar double map sampler can be found in the Museum of New Zealand, and another in the Met Museum, New York. £300-£500

31. An interesting early 19th century album of watercolours, pencil sketches and verse c.1820s to include possible watercolour illustration for the Mysteries of Udolpho of a skeleton signed T Pitt?, John Jackson (1778-1817) ‘Portrait of a gentleman’, pencil, signed Richard Ramsey Reinagle (1775-1862) Study of seated lady ‘From five points’, pencil, signed and dated 1823; a watercolour of fairies and foxgloves in the round, unsigned, attrib. John Gilbert (1817-1897) ‘Historical battle scene with mounted knights within a Gothic surround, watercolour, unsigned, William Linton (1791-1876) pencil sketches ‘The upper Fall Rydal, Westmoorland’, 1831, ‘The Appian Way’, ‘Tasso’s House at Sorrento bay of Naples’, dated 1831, and ‘Italy’, David Wilkie (1785-1841) ‘Pipe player’, watercolour, signed and dated 1824, William Clarkson Stanfield (1793-1867) watercolours to include a view of Eton College chapel from the Thames, ‘coastal watercolour with a Martello tower’ signed Danikin?, John Prescott Knight (1803-1881) watercolour portrait, signed and dated 1831, various humorous watercolour and pen and ink cartoons, etc., gilt tooled red morocco binding £300-£500 32. Late 19th century Continental School, probably Norwegian ‘Figures in a rowing boat’, oil on panel, gilt frame, panel 14.5 x 24.2cm £70-£90

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33. Mid 20th century Continental School ‘Harbour scene with fishing boats’, oil on canvas signed Franz, framed, canvas 41 x 81.5cm, overall 54.2 x 95cm £70-£90

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34. Sergio Curto (Uruguayan 1922-2002) ‘Coastal landscape’, oil on board, signed top left, framed, board 40 x 50cm, overall 43 x 63cm £100-£200

36. Jacques-Emile Blanche (French 1861-1942) ‘Portrait of Bernard Harrison’, oil on canvas, signed and dated Juin 1933 verso, framed, canvas 46.5 x 38.5cm, overall 46 x 47.7cm £300-£400

35. Bernard Harrison (1871-?) ‘Venetian canal bridge’, oil on board, signed bottom right, framed, board 32.5 x 40.5cm, overall 52.5 x 59.5cm £150-£250

37. English School, mid 19th century ‘Half length portrait of a lady’, with her hair in ringlets, wearing a black dress and a lace cap, oil on canvas, contemporary gilt gesso frame, canvas 77 x 64cm, overall 96.5 x 84cm £200-£300

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38. English School, mid 19th century ‘Half length portrait of a gentleman’, oil on canvas, contemporary gilt gesso frame, canvas 76.5 x 64.5cm, overall 100 x 86.5cm £200-£300

41. Zoma Butler (Uruguayan, 1908-1944) ‘Amanecer, Paris’, oil on canvas, signed, Z Baitler, Paris, mounted framed, canvas 55 x 46.5cm, overall 75.2 x 66.5cm £400-£600

39. Humberto Chaves Cuervo (Colombian, 1891-1971) ‘South American street scene’, watercolour, signed and dated bottom left 1967, mounted framed, 42.5 x 28.5cm, overall 64 x 50.2cm £150-£250

42. Zoma Butler (Uruguayan, 1908-1944) ‘Prado, oil on canvas, signed bottom left, mounted, framed, bears Galeria “Rio de la Plata”, paper label, canvas 60.5 x 80cm, overall 75.5 x 98cm £300-£400

40. Humberto Chaves Cuervo (Colombian, 1891-1971) ‘South American market scene with packhorses’, watercolour, signed and dated 1968 bottom right, mounted, framed, 28.5 x 42.5cm, overall 50.2 x 63.8cm £150-£250

43. James Baker Pyne (British, 1800-1870) ‘Windsor Castle from the Thames’, oil on board, unsigned, glazed, contemporary mid 19th century gilt gesso frame, board 30 x 45cm, overall 51.3 x 66.2cm £700-£900

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44. David Cox Senior OWS (British, 1783-1859) ‘Crossing the Moor’, watercolour, signed David Cox, 1834, mounted, framed, 19.6 x 28.7cm, overall 37 x 45.7cm £600-£800

46. Adrianus (Arie) Johannes Zwart (Dutch 1903-1981) ‘Autumnal landscape, a tree lined track and houses’, oil on canvas, signed bottom right, joint pine frame, canvas 70.5 x 90.5cm, overall 84 x 104cm £300-£500

45. Alfred de Breanski Snr (British 1852-1928) ‘Angler by a river in Snowdonia, Aberglaslyn, Near Beddgelert, North Wales’, oil on canvas, signed lower left, in period gilt moulded frame, 60 x 74cm £2,000-£3,000

47. Duncan Cameron (Scottish 1837-1916) ‘Harvest Field Near Bridge of Earn’, oil on canvas, signed bottom left, mid 19th century gilt gesso frame, bears James McClure, Glasgow paper label, canvas 30.7 x 46cm, 56 x 71.5cm £1,000-£1,500

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51. George Mackley (British, 1900-1983) ‘Winter country lane’, watercolour, signed and dated bottom left 1972, mounted, framed, 32 x 47.5cm, 51 x 65cm £100-£150

48. Continental School, early 19th century after Guido Reni (Italian 1575-1642) ‘Beatrice Cenci’, oil on canvas, period gilt gesso frame, dated in pencil verso 1810, canvas 63 x 50cm, overall 77.5 x 64.5cm £300-£500

52. R.Elson (20th British) ‘Deptford wharf’, gouache, signed R Elson, mounted, framed, within mount 39.5 x 61.5cm, overall 53 x 74cm £60-£80 53. Hans Baumann (German, 1927-1985) ‘Figures with Horse and Cart by the Canal’, oil on board, signed bottom right, framed, accompanied by Stacey-Marks invoice and paperwork dated 1984, 29 x 23cm, overall 37 x 31cm £80-£120 49. Hanna Weil (German, 1921-2011) ‘Warwick House’, gouache, bears paper label verso, mounted, framed, 37.5 x 51.3cm, overall 57 x 71cm £100-£200

54. Graeme Wilcox (British, 20th century) ‘Learn to love change’, acrylic, two men in suits, one seated. Framed, 65 x 45cm £350-£500

50. H. Larpent. Roberts (British 1830-1890) ‘Autumn leaves, The Cold of the ruined Woodlands’, oil on canvas, signed bottom left 1868, framed, 51.5 x 51.5cm, overall 59.5 x 59.5cm £200-£300

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 58. Ronald Wong (Modern, British) ‘Spitfire MK AS of 610 County of Chester Squadron at Biggin’, oil on canvas, signed bottom right, framed, Stacey Marks label verso, 53.5 x 71cm £100-£200

55. Sandy Murphy R.S.W. R.G.I. (Scottish b.1956) ‘Black Jug and Flowers’, oil on board, signed bottom left, bears Panter & Hall Gallery label verso, glazed, framed, board 44.4 x 41.9cm overall 55.6 x 58cm £300-£500

56. Boris Smirnoff (Russian, 1895-1976) ‘Still life study of a vase of irises and roses’, oil on canvas, signed bottom right, framed, canvas 73.5 x 60.5cm, overall 101.5 x 88cm £100-£200 57. Boris Smirnoff (Russian, 1895-1976) ‘Study of plucked turkey’, oil on canvas board, signed bottom right, framed, board 65 x 48cm, overall 72.1 x 54.8cm £70-£90

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59. English school, ‘View of the Bay of Naples and Vesuvius’ 19th century, unsigned, oil on board, framed, 14 x 28cm £60-£80

60. Robert William Esdaile Richardson (1861-1942) ‘Coasters in the swell’, watercolour, signed and dated 1907, mounted, framed, within mount 57 x 38cm, overall 77.5 x 58cm £80-£120 61. Scottish School (late 19th century) ‘Rural landscape with a wagon’, oil on canvas framed, gilt frame bears paper label J.B. Bennett & Sons Ltd … 50 Gordon Street, Glasgow …’, canvas 21 x 31cm, overall 36.3 x46.2cm £60-£80

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63. Hedley Fitton (1857-1929) ‘The Horse Guards’, drypoint etching, signed and titled in pencil, mounted framed, Robert Dunthorne paper label verso, impression 34 x 44cm, overall 59.5 x 70.7cm £100-£150 64. Two early 20th century Japanese woodblock prints one depicting a seated geisha looking in mirror, the other of geisha and seated reading figure, mounted, framed (2), overall 51.2 x 39.2cm £80-£120 65. Luigi Kasimir (1881-1962) ‘Bologna Town Hall’, etching with aquatint, signed in pencil 17/100, mounted, framed, overall 51.3 x 43.3cm £40-£60

62 (part) 62. After Giovanni Battista Piranesi (Italian 1720-1778) six etchings ‘Veduta del Campidoglio di fianco’,’Veduta dell’Anfiteatro Flavio, detto il Coloseo’,’Veduta dell’Arco di Tito’, ‘Veduta del Tempio di Cibele a Piazza della Bocca della Verita’, ‘Sepolcro di Cecilia Metella’, ‘Avanzi di un antico Sepolcro, oggi detto la Conocchia’, mounted, framed (6), first overall 55.3 x 78cm £300-£500

66. 19th Century Continental School probably Northern Italian, bust length portraits of young ladies in the oval, reverse painted on convex glass, gilt frames (2), 59 x 51cm £100-£150 67. A contemporary glass vase commemorating the Quincentenary of The Worshipful Company of Bakers, 1486-1986 of waisted form, engraved with the arms of the company in a fitted case, height 21.4cm £30-£50

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68 68. A selection of mostly 19th century Norwegian probably Gjovik soda glass carafes and other glass comprising a carafe or Ziiratkaraffel, with applied prunts and ribbon trailing, a wrythen carafe, a Klukkflaske, a part fluted mould blown decanter, a mould blown cobalt blue wrythen bottle or flask bearing a the coat of arms of Norway, a rampant lion bearing an axe within a shield reserve, verso a fruiting vine and a late Klukkflaske and stopper (6), first height 21.5cm £100-£150 69. An Art Nouveau Daum Nancy ‘Rain Landscape’ pillow vase acid etched and enamelled with wind blown birch trees in the driving rain against a green and clear textured ground, signed Daum Nancy and with the Cross of Lorraine, height 12.5cm, width 14cm £1,800-£2,500 70. A Victorian Decalcomania glass vase and cover of shouldered form, internally decorated with chinoiseries style figures, height 27cm £80-£120 71. A pair of early 19th century porcelain bottle vases and stoppers c.1840 possibly Chamberlains Worcester, apple green ground, decorated with floral bouquets within gilt scroll cartouche (2), height approx. 25.5cm £100-£150

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73. A pair of Royal Worcester figures, Joy and Sorrow two classical semi-nude maidens, both with navy and gilt robes on gilt plinths, printed crown and circle mark in puce, date mark 1923 for 2/57, approx 25cm high £80-£120

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72. A pair of late 19th century Royal Worcester blush ivory twin handled bottle vases attributed to Charles Baldwyn, and another similar first shape 1021 of conical from, decorated with owl and a green woodpecker against gilt moonlit sky, black factory mark dated 1886, impressed 1021, printed RD number, decorators mark T R and initialled B on the footrim, second a/f shape 942 painted with parakeets (3), first 15.4cm £300-£400

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74. A pair of Victorian Royal Worcester majolica glazed elephants with houdah to their backs, impressed marks and shape number 208, with registration lozenge mark, height 20cm £200-£300

78. A mid 19th century possibly Coalbrookdale flower encrusted porcelain bottle vase and stopper unmarked. Small chips to some petals, small nibbles to slightly large losses £60-£80

75. A Worcester style Rich Queens pattern bowl painted with alternating panels of Kakiemon flowers and iron red mons on gilt decorated cobalt ground, underglaze blue square seal mark, height 8cm, diameter 16.2cm £40-£60

79. A collection of mostly early 19th century ceramics to include Pearlware comprising Wedgwood pearlware blue and white transfer decorated pear shaped coffee pot and a covered sugar basin, c.1835 both impressed Wedgwood, a Spode ‘Willow’ type twin handle chocolate pot and cover on stand, an additional stand, a pair of Adams dark blue Japserware bottle vases, impressed Adams, Tunstall and two late 18th Chinese blue and white export coffee cups and three saucers with gilt rims (qty), first height 21cm £80-£120

76. Three Lowestoft blue and white plates c.1770 each decorated with a Chinese lady holding a parasol and standing before a zigzag fence, a vase to her right, the rims decorated with three vignettes of prunus blossom issuing from rockwork, two painted with underglaze blue decorators marks (3), diameter 23cm £700-£900

80. A Clarice Cliff Scarlet Flower biscuit barrel and salad bowl circa 1929, the biscuit barrel of squared form raised on four feet with hand painted stylised flowers and foliage, chrome plated lid and swing handle, the salad bowl of similar pattern with chrome plated rim (2), height of barrel 16cm, width 15cm £80-£120

77. A Copeland & Garrett late Spode Felspar porcelain cream twin handled pedestal sauce or cream tureen c.1835 pattern 5743, decorated with shagreen style borders and floral sprays, black printed factory mark, height 18cm £40-£60

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84. Leach studio pottery vase of ovoid ribbed form, streaky grey and green glaze, Leach pottery seal mark, together with a brown glazed pottery jug (2), the former height 27cm £30-£50

81. A Spode Copeland’s dessert service and matching coffee set c.1900 pattern R 9320, each piece painted to centre with floral sprays within gilt decorated powder blue borders enclosing floral reserves, painted and print marks retailed by Soane & Smith Knightsbridge, comprising an oval dish, five dessert plates and six coffee cans and saucers (qty), plate diameter 23cm £60-£80

82. A Clarice Cliff Taormina pattern biscuit barrel of ovoid twin handled ribbed form, with flattened disc cover, printed marks ‘Clarice Cliff’ Newport Pottery Co England, height 15cm £100-£150 83. A collection of early 20th century Wedgwood black basalt comprising a twin handled sucier and cover and another bowl and cover both with widow finial, a jug wit rope twist handle, a milk jug and various moulded bowls, impressed marks stamped made in England (qty), various £40-£60

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85. A collection of eight 19th century Continental turquoise glazed and gilt decorated porcelain figures comprising a Sevres figure of April bearing blue painted mark to base, five KPM figures and two unmarked figures (8), height of Serves figure 10cm £100-£150

86. A late 19th Berlin cobalt blue ground chocolate cup and cover and stand the reserve painted with a courting couple in a wooded landscape within a jewelled and gilt scroll border, underglaze blue sceptre mark, together with a Meissen ogee shaped tea cup, bleu celeste ground, the reserve painted with a topographical river scene, underglaze blue crossed swords mark, and an A/f Sevres saucer, bleu celeste ground, painted with a view of the Petit Trianon, tooled gilt borders, marked in black S.76. (3), height 11.5cm £80-£120 87. A pair of Dresden plates c.1900, a Loetz style iridescent pedestal dish and a pair of 19th century engraved rummers first outside decorated Meissen in the manner of Helena Wolfsohn painted with alternate panels of Watteauesque scenes and flowers, one against a pink ground the other red, underglaze blue crossed swords marks, the rummers with rounded bowls on capstan wheel engraved with fruiting vine and with initials within a wreath (5), first diameter 17cm £40-£60

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 88. A pair of late 19th Century Delft tea canister flattened hexagonal form, moulded with comical figures, one side with a bewigged gentleman with walking cane, the reverse with a lady walking a small dog, with blue painted marks to the base, height approx: 12cm £150-£250 89. Piero Fornasetti (1913-1988) A 1962 porcelain Zodiac calendar paperweight marked to underside Fornasetti Milano, height 9.7cm £50-£80 90. An early 20th century Russian Kornilov Brothers porcelain cabinet cup and saucer, a Turn EW cobalt blue and gilt cabinet cup and saucer and a J L Menaugilt metal mounted cobalt blue and gilt trinket box first decorated with gilt ad geometric borders, factory marks, second interior gilt, accompanied by a silver gilt and blue enamel spoon, third transfer decorated with a courting couple, printed factory marks (3), length of box 12.5cm £70-£90

92. A Russian Soviet porcelain teapot dated 1929 State porcelain Manufactory, painted with a seated woman in traditional dress and stylised foliate design, marked to base with a green hammer and sickle mark and signed by the decorator in cyrillic and dated 29., height 12.5cm, handle to spout 22cm £150-£250 93. A Dutch childs miniature dinner service by P.Regout & Co Maastricht c.1900 decorated with harvest figures, comprising eleven dinner plates, six dessert plates, six soup bowls, a tureen and cover, a pair of entree dishes and covers, a sauce boat on stand a pair of leaf dishes, three oval platters, two circular chargers, a large bowl, a tazza and a pair of comports (qty), tureen height 13.5 cm £30-£50 94. A late 19th/early 20th century porcelain figure group possibly French, modelled as seated bagpiper and standing female companion holding a wreath, on a rocky outcrop and scroll moulded base, underglaze blue crossed arrows mark, height 31cm £60-£80 95. A 20th century Meissen ‘pink rose’ sugar bowl and cover underglaze blue crossed swords mark, height 10.4cm £40-£60

91. A Russian Revolutionary porcelain propaganda plate after a design by Mikhail M. Adamovich painted in iron red, black and gilt on an Imperial Porcelain Factory blank with a factory worker holding up a banner with the slogan, RSFSR, gilt rim, underglaze blue hammer and sickle mark, diameter 24.8cm £600-£800

96. A pair of large Japanese Meiji period bronze twin handled censers of cylindrical form, cast in relief with figures in a watery landscape with gilt highlighted decoration, having twin pine tree handles, on a galleried base (2), height 36cm £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 8 0 .

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 97. A late 19th/early 20th century Chinese carved hardwood and silver wire inlaid figure of a mounted warrior and an attendant holding a standard on a scrolling rockwork base, height 55.5cm £60-£100

98. A Japanese Meiji period iron and silver koro of spherical form on tripod feet, applied with a silver scaly three clawed dragon and clouds, the cover with a dragon head finial, fitted with a silver liner, height 14cm £200-£400

99. A pair of Japanese Meiji period silver wire cloisonne vases of ovoid form, decorated profusely with peonies and other flowers on a midnight blue ground, unsigned, height 19.2cm £150-£250

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100. A Japanese Meiji period Satsuma earthenware vase by Okamoto Ryozan for the Yasuda Company of tapering form, decorated with a finely painted panel containing figures by a pavilion in a mountainous river landscape, verso a maple tree and flowers, within brocaded borders, bearing red seal mark for Ryozan, Kyoto and the Yasuda Company logo in gilt, height 24.5cm £800-£1,200

101. A pair of Japanese Meiji period Satsuma pottery vases late 19th century, of tapering shoulder form, typically decorated in gilt and enamels, depicting roosters and chickens, amongst blossoming foliage and birds in flight on a cream crackle glaze ground, painted character mark to base (2), height 34cm £200-£300

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 105. A pair of Japanese Meji period Kutani porcelain vases of ovoid form decorated with panels of geisha girls, immortals and landscape scenes surrounded by gilt stylised floral decoration, with nine character iron-red painted marks to base (2), height 13cm £70-£90

102. An interesting collection of Japanese Satsuma accessories Meji period, comprising two hexagonal hatpins one decorated with butterflies and orchids, the other with a crane amongst blossoms, together with a circular two part belt clip painted with landscape scenes and mount Fuji, a pendant/brooch with canted corners decorated with swans, and a set of five circular buttons hand painted with seated monkeys and a part panel bracelet with character mark to underside (10), length of hatpins 30cm £80-£120

106. An 18th century Chinese export blue and white charger and pair of blue and white plates the first decorated with a stag in a garden setting with a pine tree and a zigzag fence within a diaper border, the rim painted with flora sprays, ochre rim, second painted with a watery terraced lake scene with geese and bamboo (3), first diameter 34.8cm, second diameter 27.5cm £80-£120

103. A late 19th century Japanese Meiji period Satsuma pottery circular pot and cover (Kogo) c.1900 raised on three feet and finely painted with songbirds and branches in leaf to lid the sides with mons within geometric borders, the interior decorated with flowering prunus branches, factory marks to base, diameter 8.9cm, height 3.5cm £80-£120 104. A collection of early 20th century Japanese satsuma pottery comprising a circular pot and cover (kogo) the lid painted with seated deities, a vase of square inverted baluster form, an ovoid vase, a small tapering hexagonal vase, a small ovoid form vase with twin elephant masks handles and two saucers, all typically decorated with panels figures (7), first diameter 9.8cm £80-£120

107. A pair of 19th century Chinese Qing Dynasty famille verte jardiniere of circular tapering form, decorated with precious objects within diaper and lappet borders, height 18cm, diameter at rim 23.6cm £300-£500

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108. A late 19th/early 20th century Chinese Hu shaped celadon glazed vase of bulbous ribbed form with twin ring handles and moulded decoration, height 28.5cm Private Collection of Charles Butterfield Attorney General, Singapore 1955-1957, and thence by descent £200-£300 109. A large late 19th/early 20th century Chinese apple green crackle glazed bottle vase on a pierced and carved rosewood stand, height of vase 40cm overall on stand 45.5cm

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111. A Chinese sancai glazed stoneware ridge tile probably Ming (1368-1644) in the form of a prancing horse, brown, green and yellow glazes, height 24cm, length 24.5cm Brodie Lodge Collection label No.F23. Bought from Sydney Moss on the 16th July 1951 for £14.00 £200-£400 112. A 19th century Chinese bronze figure of a Kylin on a stepped plinth base, character seal marks, height 11.5cm, length 15cm £200-£300

Private Collection of Charles Butterfield Attorney General, Singapore 1955-1957, and thence by descent £600-£800 110. A large late 19th/early 20th century Chinese sang de beouf glazed bottle vase on a carved hardwood stand, height 33.5cm, height on stand 36.5cm Private Collection of Charles Butterfield Attorney General, Singapore 1955-1957, and thence by descent £700-£900 111

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113. An early 20th century Russian 84 Zolotnik silver-gilt and cloisonne enamel napkin ring Moscow, 6th Artel c.1915, oval, decorated with stylised flower heads and geometric motifs in various coloured enamels, diameter 5.7cm, weight approx. 1.54ozt £200-£400

116. A late 18th Century gilt metal mounted oval enamel table box Birmingham or South Staffordshire, the hinged lid finely panted with putti playing with a goat in a wooded rustic landscape within a paste set border, the green guilloche enamel sides decorated with gilt scrolls, height 4.3cm, width 9cm, depth 7.3cm £300-£500

114. A 19th century gilt metal mounted red banded agate trinket box raised on ball feet, height 4cm, width 8.5cm, depth 5.2cm £70-£90

117. A late 18th century South Staffordshire Bilston enamel tea caddy and cover c.1770 rectangular with gilt metal mounts, painted scroll and foliate framed vignettes depicting exotic birds in a watery Italian landscape with buildings, against a white ground, height 12cm £600-£800 115. A late 18th/early 19th century French red lacquered box of circular form, red lacquered ground, gold mounts, with a central oval portrait miniature of a lady with a blue rosette to her hair, within a gold mount with a beaded border, tortoiseshell lined to the interior, diameter: 7.5cm £200-£300 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 8 0 .

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 122. A small collection of early 20th century silver vertu to include compacts comprising a silver mounted tortoiseshell circular compact, Birmingham, 1924, makers mark rubbed, an engine turned paste set silver compact, London import marks, 1937 by Roberts & Dore Ltd, an engine turned bangle of buckle form, Chester 1946 by Charles Horner and a silver plated Art Deco cigarette case (4), first diameter 4.7cm £80-£120 118. A Continental Art Deco silver and enamel ‘Chinoiserie’ ladies cigarette case probably French, Glasgow import marks for 1927, of rectangular cushion form, decorated with red flowering prunus branches highlighted in gilt against a yellow ground, interior gilt, 8.2 x 4.3cm, weight approx. 3.87ozt £200-£300 119. An early 19th century Georgian silver and mother of pearl oval magnifier unmarked, having swing out lens with reeded mounts, length 8cm £60-£80 123. A late Victorian embossed silver and leather travel watch case containing a silver open faced keyless pocket watch, an Edward VII novelty golfing watch stand and a trowel page marker with mother of pearl handle first Birmingham, 1900 by Henry Williamson, second having white enamel dial with Arabic numbers, subsidiary seconds dial and minute track, the case back engine turned with central belt and buckle framed vacant cartouche, third, London, 1907 by William Hutton & Sons formed of two crossed club supports (4), first height 8.5cm £70-£90 120. An early Victorian silver and mother of pearl snuff box London, 1838, maker mark rubbed but probably Edward II, of oval form, the hinged lid with carved decoration to the top section, and a plain polished mother of pearl section to the base, interior gilt, measurements: 5.2cm x 8cm £80-£120 121. A pair of Victorian Scottish silver shoe buckles and a late Victorian silver buckle first Edinburgh, no date letter by James Chricton, embossed with thistles, second Chester, 1897 by Cornelius Desormeaux Saunders & James Francis Hollings, of rectangular form, cast and pierced with a foliate design (3), first width 6cm, weight approx. 2.68ozt £70-£90

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124. An unusual collection of unmounted Essex crystals including two small dogs, two horses heads, a jockey on horse and enamel monogram example in box (7), horse head crystal diameter: 1.8cm £80-£120 125. An interesting collection of 19th century and later vertu comprising a J Maybury & Co Builders Merchants Newport Advertising paperweight; a large Champion Mail Porter S.E.P.O gilt metal, enamel paste set prize badge, cased; a foliate engraved silver vesta vas; silver open faced pocket watch having fusee movement numbered 8648 and signed Joseph Wolfe Sunderland with silver curb link Albert watch chain, a .800 silver and enamel picture bowl Glasgow Exhibition 1901 souvenir coffee spoon; a Nelson Battle of The Nile coin set brass counter box; a brass sovereign case; a hexagonal gilt metal mounted Franco British-Exhibition London 1908 trinket box; a bois durci plaque of Albert Edward Prince of Wales; a Grand Tour plaster cameo; a turned bone needle case with Souvenir of Towyn, Wales stanhope etc (qty), first diameter 8.5cm £80-£120

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126. A selection of silver items to include a 9ct gold propelling tooth pick, cigarette cases, propelling pencils comprising a 9ct gold propelling tooth pick, two engine turned cigarette case, initialled, a small square plain curved snuff box, Birmingham, 1902 by William Ltd, interior gilt, two propelling pencils, a silver pocket knife, an engine turned twist action toothpick, a cased open faced keyless pocket watch signed S Smith & Son “The Charing”, case back initialled, a gilt metal and agate ball and claw desk seal etc. (qty), 9ct total weight approx 3g, weighable silver approx. 6.53ozt £100-£150

127. A collection of vertu to include a George III glass scent bottle with stopper contained in a tooled leather case embellished with red, green and gold coloured decoration, a gold cased pair of lorgnettes with a twisted decorated handle, a beaded ladies bag decorated with green and gilt glass beads with fringe detailing, three silver fruit knives and a miniature papier mache and mother of pearl box (7) £50-£80

128. A late 19th century Continental large silver figural desk seal in the form of nude female figure unmarked, on stepped red veined marble plinth accompanied by a hand written note ‘Psyche Plinth made form the marble from mantle piece in Sunbeam Lord Brasseys Yacht which made famous voyage round world. Model in Captains cabin in Emden, height of seal 9.5cm, overall height 12.5cm, weight approx. 3.99ozt £80-£120

129. A late Victorian cased set of four silver salts Chester, 1900 by Vale Brothers & Sermon, of circular bellied from with foliate embossed decoration and shaped rims on a domed spreading foot, together with four salts spoons (2), diameter 5.3cm, weight approx. 3.75ozt £60-£80

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 131. A Victorian silver wirework swing handled sugar basket London, 1859 by Henry Holland, the wirework body of vase form with applied portrait medallions, draped husk garlands and berried leaves, having a twisted swing handled and ropework borders, on fluted pedestal foot, fitted with a blue glass liner, height 10cm, weight approx. 5.38ozt £100-£150

130. A George III silver five bottle cruet stand the frame London, 1780 by James Mince & William Hodgkins, the circular frame with beaded rims having a bright cut gallery pierced with urns, garlands and foliate scroll, fitted with central loop carrying handle and raised on three ball and claw feet, fitted with a set of five later cut glass bottle fitted with five late associated Victorian bottles, the mounts marked London, 1894 by Walter Keith, comprising a pair of casters and three oil and vinegar bottles, height 27cm, diameter 16cm, weight approx. 20.22ozt £200-£400

132. A George V small silver coffee pot London, 1927 by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co., of plain baluster form, having ebonised scroll handle, gadroon rim and hinged domed cover fitted with a flame finial, on a spreading foot, height 18.5cm, weight approx. 11.456ozt £100-£150 133. A collection of silver and plated items silver items comprising a small card waiter, Sheffield, 1902, makers mark worn, having raised moulded piecrust border with beaded foliate rim, a pair of silver toddy ladles, Sheffield, 1933 by Cooper brothers, worn, a cased set of six German, .800 silver gilt coffee spoons a pair of German .800 sugar tongs etc together with a set of four plated kidney shaped clip-on side dishes, a pair of plated asparagus servers, a set of six plated luncheon forks and butter knives (qty), first diameter 17.5cm, total weight approx. 8.7ozt £80-£120 134. A small collection of silver comprising a large engine turned cigarette case, Birmingham, 1950 by Joseph Gloster Ltd, a late 19th/ early 20th century Indian silver spill vase of tapering form, having pierced rim and embossed with animals amongst scrolling foliage and a set of six Masonic coffee spoons, the terminals mostly engraved ‘Kampala Lodge No7167’ (8), first length 12.7cm, weight approx. 9.79ozt £100-£150

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 137. A modern silver George II style coffee pot London, 1957 by Edward Barnard & Sons, of plain circular tapering form having hinged domed cover with compressed ball knop finial and wooden scroll handle, on a moulded circular foot, stamped Rattray Dundee, height 20.5cm, weight approx. 17ozt £180-£220

135. Four assorted silver coin purses and another silver plated example comprising a sterling silver oval coin purse, with basket engine turned decoration, a vacant oval cartouche and raised scalloped edge with chain handle and leather sectioned interior, marked Birmingham, 1919, W. G. Sothers & Co, a silver oval coin purse having a vacant scroll cartouche to the centre and a fluted raised pattern, chain handle, with taffeta sectioned interior, London 1905, a silver rectangular example with engraved swags and monogrammed to the centre, and sectioned green leather interior, marks rubbed, a continental silver miniature coin purse with basket weave decoration marked 925 and another silver plated purse, with reed engine turned decoration (qty), silver: approx 7.36ozt, plated silver: 101.8g £100-£200 136. A collection of mostly Norwegian silver items to include a small late 19th century beaker first, stamped 830 W.Bryde, of tapering form engraved with a monogram 29/5 -88 within a wreath together with a .835 engine turned cigarette case, a .830 egg cup with presentation inscription ‘Mildrid Fillipine 1914’, a Spanish recumbent spaniel paperweight on a square green onyx base, a selection of eight ashtrays, a stamp wetter roller and a napkin ring (qty), first height 5.9cm, weighable silver approx. 11.52ozt £100-£150

138. A George V engine turned silver backed five piece dressing table set and other silver mounted dressing table items first, Birmingham, 1925 by Hasset & Harper Ltd, engine turned with a husk border and vacant circular reserve, comprising hand mirror, pair of hair brushes and a pair of clothes brushes together with an silver back hairbrush embossed with a Neo-classical design, London, 1911 by William Comyns and a pair of silver mounted glass rouge pots (7), hand mirror length 25.7cm £80-£120 139. A pair of George II silver cauldron salts and other mostly Georgian silver comprising a pair of plain cauldron salts, London, 1759 by Walter Brind, raised on stepped pad feet, a pair of Old English pattern tablespoons, London, 1782 by Joseph Steward II, initialled, another tablespoon, pair of bright cut engraved sugar tongs, lion passant and makers mark only by George Burrows, a cased pair of fancy serving spoons, Sheffield, 1901 by Mappin and Webb, having gilt scalloped bowls, and a pair of Irish Victorian bright cut engraved Celtic point coffee spoons (qty), weight approx 15.18ozt £150-£200 140. A silver mounted Haig Dimple whisky decanter Birmingham, 1929 by Eldona Manufacturing Co., the glass decanter with silver thistle and foliate overlaid decoration, fitted with a flared stopper, height 23.5cm £60-£80 141. A collection of mostly 20th century silver to include a three piece cruet set and other items various dates, makers, comprising a three piece silver cruet set, Birmingham, 1946 by Joseph Gloster Ltd, fitted with frosted glass liners, an Edwardian small oval drum shaped mustard pot with pierced body and blue glass liner. Birmingham, 1904 by William Hutton & Sons, a trefid spoon, London, 1900 by Holland, Aldwinckle & Slater, a salt with pierced sides and blue glass liner, a lobed bonbon dish with pierced sides by Mappin & Webb, a small dish with wavy edged rim and engine turned decoration to centre, by Mappin and Webb, a plain tea strainer with turned wooden handle, three assorted pairs of sugar tongs, a pair of hors d’oeuvres servers, a planished napkin ring, a set of six silver dessert knives and forks in two cases, etc. (qty), weighable silver approx. 15.11ozt £150-£200

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145. A Continental .900 silver plate stamped .900 also marked with an owl on a branch, of circular form, the raised rim embossed with a scrolling fruiting vine border, diameter 24cm, weight approx. 9.65ozt £100-£150

143. A cased set of six George V silver small beakers or tots Birmingham, 1936 by Adolph Scott, of circular tapering form, gilt interiors, height 6.5cm, weight approx. 7.85ozt £140-£180 146. An Edwardian silver salver London, 1906 by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co ltd, of circular form with raised piecrust border with shell and gadroon rim, on four scroll feet, diameter 18.7cm, weight approx. 23ozt £300-£400

144. A George V silver pedestal fruit dish Sheffield, 1934 by Viner’s Ltd, of oval form with pierced foliate rim and fruiting vine raised fruiting vine rim, on a domed foot, length 21.6cm, height 5cm, weight approx. 10.36ozt £100-£200

147. A George V silver presentation salver Birmingham, 1915 by Elkington & Co., of circular form with raised piecrust border with gadrooned rim, on bracket feet, engraved ‘Presented to 2nd Lieu. A.C.Staite on the occasion of his Marriage by Lt Col. J Macregor Gree & Officers 14th Bn Manchester Regt. October 19th 1915’, diameter 26.2cm, weight approx. 20.64ozt See lot 448 for related medal group £250-£350

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 151. A silver beaker commemorating the Silver Jubilee of Elizabeth II and a limited edition silver Royal Loving Cup commemorating the marriage of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer, first Birmingham, 1977 by J B Chatterley & Sons, of flared cylindrical form, engraved with ER II cypher 1952-1977 and a foliate band, on an circular foot, interior gilt in a fitted case, second Birmingham, 1981 by Brian Shadbolt, of circular bellied form having twin leaf scroll handles on a spreading foot, interior, in a fitted box, both with certificate (2), first height 8.7cm, weight approx. 12.97ozt £180-£220

148. A large George V silver presentation salver Sheffield, 1912 by Walker & Hall, having raised piecrust border with leaf scroll rim, raised on three splayed feet, bears presentation inscription to centre, diameter 43.5cm, weight approx. 65ozt £700-£900 149. A collection of mostly early 20th century silver comprising a sauce boat with wavy edged rim and matching ladle, Sheffield, 1936 by Viners, a twin handled sugar basin, an a/f German .800 square teacup and saucer c.1900 engraved with birds and flowers, a set of six possibly Italian .800 tot goblets, cased set of six coffee spoons with coloured bean terminals, a square weighted inkwell bearing inscription, two pushers, various napkin rings, an a/f Georgian caddy shovel, a set of five coffee spoons etc. (qty), first length handle to spout 14.6cm, weighable silver approx. 23.55ozt £250-£300 150. A contemporary silver backed four piece dressing table set in a fitted case Birmingham, 1985 by W I Broadway & Co., embossed with scrolling foliage birds green man masks, comprising hand mirror, hair brush, clothes brush and comb £50-£80

152. A late Victorian twin handled small rose bowl, a gravy boat and a spill vase first London, 1897 by Sibray, Hall & Co., of plain form having twin scroll handles on a spreading foot, second, Birmingham, 1979, of typical form with flying leaf capped scroll handle and gadroon rim, third of plain tapering form with a weighted base (3), first handle to handle 16.8cm, weighable silver approx. 11.15ozt £140-£180 153. A small collection of silver to include a cased Garrard three piece cruet set first Birmingham, 1962 by Garrard & Co, of bellied form with shell and gadroon rim raised on paw feet, fitted with blue glass liners, together with a cased pair of spoons with foliate engraved rattail bowls, a continental sifter spoon, unmarked, a pair of Kings pattern sugar tongs, a Sherry decanter label and sifter spoon (qty), weight approx. 11.87ozt £140-£180 154. A collection of silver items to include a George III silver propelling pencil and pocket watches comprising a George III silver propelling pencil, marks rubbed but probably London, 1806, makers mark worn, terminal initialled and dated 1807, a silver mounted ball watch on suspension chain, a gold plated full hunter and two gold plated open faced pocket watches, two Continental silver open face fob watches, a silver sovereign case, a silver cigarette case, a silver vesta case, a white metal and ivorine “at your service” advertising match box and assorted self propelling pencils, a bakelite cased ‘The Sun watch and compass’ etc. (qty), weighable silver approx. 5.58ozt £80-£120

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 157. An Italian .800 twin handled silver bowl and stand, a plated Walker and Hall asparagus set with sauce boat and other items the bowl and stand bearing Italian marks stamped .800, having gadrooned rims, the plate engraved ‘Henry Zia Maria 18 Novembre 1955’, other items comprising a silver topped hobnail cut glass dressing table pot and two plated toast racks (5), weighable silver approx. 7.60ozt £70-£90

155. A mixed lot of 20th century silver to include cruet items and a Danish Georg Jensen silver handled Cactus pattern bottle opener comprising a pepper pot and a mustard pot with blue glass liner and associated spoon, London, 1969 by Garrard & Co., a similar salt and spoon with blue glass liner, a Danish Georg Jensen silver handled Cactus pattern bottle opener, stamped George Jensen, Sterling Denmark, a pair of pedestal bonbon dishes, Birmingham, 1936 by Adie Brothers, a pair of pepper pots, a small baluster form pepper pot with foliate embossed decoration and a condiment spoon (11), weighable silver approx. 16.32ozt £150-£250

158. A set of six George VI silver Old English thread pattern grapefruit spoons in a fitted case and a selection of assorted napkin rings first Sheffield, 1939 by The Alexander Clark Co., together with six silver napkin rings engraved with initials or bearing names and an unmarked white metal napkin ring (8), first length 15cm, total weight approx. 11.84ozt £80-£120 159. A 19th Century Continental possibly Russian silver incense burner or thurible unmarked, of circular form, with pierced and foliate embossed decoration, having winged cherubs mask mounts and suspended on chains with a circular capital and ring attachment, length 41cm, weight approx 4.46ozt £60-£80 160. A 20th century Italian .800 silver plate stamped 800, Italian marks, circular, raised border with scroll rim, bears a black and white shield with a prancing horse, diameter 30cm, weight approx. 19.56ozt £140-£180

156. A pair of George III silver oval entree dishes and covers London, 1806, maker mark rubbed, * R possibly John Robins, having gadrooned rims and detachable cast helmeted knight ‘crest’ finials, initialled M (2), length 30.4cm, weight approx. 79.52ozt £1,000-£1,500

161. A collection of assorted silver to include a Spanish novelty fish cruet, pin dishes, spoons etc. comprising a Spanish novelty fish cruet salt pot, a George III ‘berried’ Old English pattern tablespoon, a late Victorian fiddle paten sugar spoon, an Italian Tigers eye mounted pill pot, two pin dishes, a Polish .800 spoon with twisted stem and amber set terminal, a butter knife, a late Victorian silver mounted wrythen glass glug decanter, a napkin ring and a cased set of six silver handled tea knives (qty), first length 7.3cm, weighable silver approx. 6.27ozt £80-£120 162. An 18th century South German parcel-gilt mounted carved ivory tusk beaker unmarked, carved in relief with putti playing with a dolphin, parcel-gilt insert, on a circular foot, height 7.5cm £200-£300

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 165. A pair of Edwardian Art Nouveau silver photograph frames, a set of bridge pencils and other silver items first Birmingham, date letter indistinct by *? M Co., embossed shaped surround having oak easel strut backs, second engine turned, stamped sterling in a fitted card case together with silver a mother of pearl folding fruit knife, a moonstone set oval pill box, a modern silver photograph frame and a chrome playing card holder (7), first height 18cm, aperture 9 x 14cm £100-£150

163. A mixed lot of silver to include a pair of pedestal salts in George III style comprising a George II silver punch ladle, unmarked, having an oval bowl set with a coin dated 1757 and a twisted baleen handle, a pair of pedestal salts, Sheffield, 1927/28 by Adolph Barsach Davis, of plain navette form with reeded rims, a pair of ogee baluster form pepper pots in George III style, London, 1922 by C Shapland & Co, a late Victorian Neo-Classical design candlesticks on a stepped square weight base, Sheffield, 1892 by Nathan & Hayes and a electroplated Guernsey milk can (7), first length 39cm, weight approx. 9.98ozt £100-£200

166. A George V silver twin handled trophy cup and cover London, 1919 by Mappin & Webb, bears presentation inscription “Ibis Rifle Club Full Range Championship. Presentation by W.T. Pugh, Esq won by 1920…’, on an ebonised plinth base, height 29cm, approx. 21.2ozt £250-£350 167. The Queens Silver Jubilee 1952-1977 The College of Arms silver and parcel gilt commemorative limited edition plate Birmingham, 1977 Yorkshire & Danbury Mint marks, no. 443/2500 in a display case with certificate, diameter 26.7cm, weight approx. 17.77ozt £150-£200

164. A mixed lot of silver to include a large ogee baluster form sugar caster in George III style, silver mounted cut glass scent bottles and miscellaneous silver the caster Birmingham, 1935, maker mark worn, together with a large late Victorian facet cut glass oblong sent bottle, a small scent bottle with mushroom cap, a pair of Victorian fiddle an thread pattern dessert spoons, crested, a pair of George III sugar tongs, a napkin ring with Aesthetic style engraved decoration, two .800 mate straws etc. (qty), first height 21.3cm, weighable silver approx. 15.22ozt £150-£200

168. Coronation of Elizabeth II 1953-1978 The College of Arms silver and parcel gilt commemorative limited edition plate Sheffield, 1978 Yorkshire & Danbury Mint marks, no 237/2500 in a display case with certificate, weight approx. 18.6ozt £150-£200 169. A modern four piece silver backed dressing table set Birmingham, 1975 by W I Broadway & Co, foliate embossed with masks, birds and scrolls, comprising a hand mirror, hair brush, clothes brush and comb, in a fitted case, hand mirror length 22.5cm £40-£60

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 170. A late Victorian swing handled sugar basket and other silver items the first Sheffield, 1901 by Atkin Brothers, of oval form embossed with scroll and foliate swags, on a pedestal foot, engraved R.F.H. Remedy 1903 And Maude from C. Race Febry 1911, together with a small sauce boat of typical plain form, a pair of sugar tongs and a silver mounted turned beech capstan pepper mill, London, 1976 by L& S, the grinder stamped Peugeot (4), first height with handle up 16.5cm, weighable silver approx., 8.12ozt £100-£150

173. A mixed lot of silver and plated items various dates and makers, comprising an octagonal bonbon dish with pierced panelled sides, a silver mounted cut glass heart shaped dish, a sugar bowl, a Victorian sauce ladle, a pierced and embossed bonbon dish, two weighted dwarf candlesticks, an Indian colonial napkin ring signed Grish, chased with a rural scene with houses, four other napkin rings etc. (qty), weighable silver approx. 13.35ozt £140-£180

171. A George III silver pint mug London, 1764 by Walter Brind, of plain baluster form, leaf capped scroll handle, on a spreading circular foot, engraved with later shield shaped reserve framed by swags and presentation inscription dated 1878, height 12.9cm, weight approx. 12.64ozt £150-£200

172. A late Victorian silver beaker London, 1880 by Walter & John Barnard, of ovoid form, decorated with a fluted band over putti with cornucopia and scrolls, a ropework girdle and winged masks, on a domed circular foot, bears presentation inscription ‘Cookham Regatta Aug 19. 1881 Club Fours won by A. Hyde No3, height 11.8cm, weight approx. 5.7ozt £80-£120

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174. A collection of early 20th century cased sets to include silver coffee spoons various dates and markers, comprising two cased sets of six coffee spoons with bean terminals, Sheffield 1919 by Cooper Brothers, a cased set of six nail top coffee spoons, a cased pair of nail top spoons, a cased set of six silver handled tea knives, a pair of vases with twin ring handles and weighted bases, a sifter spoons, two cased plated cake knives etc. (qty), weighable silver approx. 6.97ozt £100-£150

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 178. A pair of George V silver candlesticks Sheffield, 1913 by William Huttons & Sons Ltd, of shaped oval fluted design having detachable drip pans on tapering stems and weighted bases, stamped RD521572 (2), height 23.5cm £100-£200

175. A cased set of four George VI Art Deco silver four division toast racks Birmingham, 1940 by the Adie Brothers Ltd, in a fitted case, each 7.8cm long., total weight approx. 10.92ozt £140-£180

179. An early 20th century German .800 silver rectangular silver tray and a square dish first stamped 800 by Bibus Frantisek & Sohn, of narrow rectangular form, having a shallow petal edged moulded rim, second, marked 800 by Kurtz Gottlieb, having raised petal edge rim (2), first length 38cm, weight approx. 22.91ozt £200-£250

176. A pair of mid 20th century Norwegian .880 silver candlesticks by David Andersen, marked D.A. 880 S, of plain trumpet form, weighted bases (2), height 15cm £100-£200

180. A George V Art Deco silver and ivory four piece tea service London, 1934 (jubilee mark) by Viner’s Ltd, of panelled tapering rectangular form, engraved with a linear band and Art Deco geometric fan design, comprising teapot and hot water fitted with square section angular ivory scroll handles and knop finials, twin handled sugar basin and milk jug, each stamped 1951 (4), teapot handle to spout 29cm, total weight approx. 55.4ozt £800-£1,200 177. A pair of Italian silver cast candlesticks in the form of centurion sea gods (ichthyocentaurs) each with candle sconce above octagonal acanthus decorated drip trays, raised upon serpent figures with shell and seaweed gadrooned circular base, each stamped 800 standard (2), height: 15.5cm, 30otz £400-£600 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 8 0 .

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 183. A George V silver teapot Chester, 1912 by George Nathan & Ridley Hayes, of oval bellied form, having hinged domed cover, gadrooned rim and ebonised handle and finial, raised on ball feet, engraved July 18 1888-1913, handle to spout 28.5cm, total weight approx. 20.7ozt £180-£220

181. A George V silver three piece tea service London, 1911, by Robert Pringle & Sons, of tapering oval half fluted form, comprising teapot with ebony angular handle and fluted knop finial, twin handled sugar basin and milk jug (3), teapot handle to spout 28.3cm, weight approx. 32.31ozt £300-£400

184. A George III silver teapot London, 1793 by John Denzilow, oval form, having ivory scroll handle and finial, tapering spout and flush hinged domed cover, bright cut decoration of swagged garlands framing a vacant cartouche within stylised borders, engraved with initials, handle to spout 27.5cm, total weight approx. 15ozt £200-£300 185. A George V silver four piece tea service Sheffield, 1918/19 by William Hutton & Sons Ltd, of plain oblong bellied from raised on ball feet, comprising teapot, hot water jug, twin handle sugar basin and milk jug (4), teapot handle to spout 29.5cm, total weight approx. 62.87ozt £700-£900

182. An Edwardian four piece silver tea and coffee service Sheffield, 1908/9 by Lee & Wigfull, of oval, tapering half fluted form, comprising a tea pot and coffee pot on a pedestal foot fitted with ebonised fluted knop finials and angular downswept handles, a twin handled sugar basin and a milk jug (4), tea pot handle to spout 27.2cm, coffee pot height 26cm, total weight approx. 52.6ozt £700-£900 186. A Victorian silver sugar basin London 1869 by Williamson & Horton, of circular form with foliate embossed decoration, on a circular beaded foot, stamped Dobson 32 Piccadilly, diameter 12.5cm, weight approx. 5.86ozt £80-£120

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187. An early 20th century Norwegian silver bowl c.1920 stamped S 925 Sterling by Norsk Filigransfabrikk, of pain shallow circular tapering form, having twin grape handles, on a beaded circular foot, handle to handle 23cm, weight approx. 11.22ozt £150-£200

190. An Edward VII silver twin handled rose bowl London, 1911 by Hunt & Roskell, of circular tapering form, having wavy edged pierced rim and trifurcated loop handles cast in relief with husk, on a domed circular foot, fitted with wire mesh cover, handle to handle 22cm, height 13cm, weight approx. 18.46ozt £300-£400 191. Three Colombian silver bowls comprising a bowl with inverted petal edged rim, stamped 0.900 Florentina, a fluted bowl with fluted rim, stamped 900, a wrythen fluted bowl, stamped 925 (3), first diameter 20.5cm, weight approx. 20.17ozt £180-£220

188. A mid 20th century Norwegian .830 silver shallow dish stamped 830 S, of plain shallow circular form, the rim engraved B. K. Rudi 28-12 1951 Fra Vener I Nor & Vacuum A/S, on a circular foot, diameter 21.7cm, weight approx. 10.2ozt £100-£200

189. A 19th century Norwegian silver pedestal dish unmarked, oval bowl with crimped rim engraved with swags to sides and a flower to centre on oval foot, height 8cm, weight approx. 3.35ozt £50-£80

192. Three Norwegian silver dishes first, marked stamped 830, of shallow circular form having petal rim on splayed bracket feet, engraved to underside ‘Mildrid Og Berthold Rudi 2-11-35, second, stamped 830 S of small circular form with tooled rim and a 19th century pedestal bowl with petal rim (3), first diameter 18.4cm, total weight 12.1ozt £100-£150

193. A George VI silver pedestal dish Birmingham, 1936 by Adie Brothers, of circular fluted form, having pierced and gadrooned rim, on a domed foot, engraved to centre with a presentation inscription, diameter 20.7cm £100-£150

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194. An early Victorian silver hot water jug or ewer London, 1844 by J E Terrey & Co, of hexagonal baluster form embossed with trailing flowers, having a hinged domed cover with bud finial and leaf capped scroll handle with ivory insulators, on a hexagonal foot, height 27.5cm, weight approx. 25.78ozt £400-£450

195. A George III silver cream jug and silver mustard pot first London, 1771, makers' mark rubbed, by Nathaniel Appleton & Ann Smith, of ogee wrythen fluted form, embossed with a central cartouche and trailing flowers, having gadrooned rims and a leaf capped scroll handle on a domed spreading foot, interior gilt, second, London, 1808, no makers mark, of plain oblong bellied form, having scroll handle, gadroon rim and hinged domed cover with a knop finial, on ball feet, interior gilt and fitted with a blue glass liner (2), first height 12.3cm, weight approx. 8. 03ozt £100-£200

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196. An early 20th century Norwegian .830 silver jug stamped I. Frisenber, 830 S Lillehammer, of baluster form, the body with a ribbon tied laurel wreath above alternate planished and foliate embossed wrythen lobed decoration, having scroll handle with ebonised insulators, on four legs, height 20.5cm, weight approx. 16.83ozt £140-£180

197. A cased matched set of four silver-gilt George III Old English Pattern ‘berry’ tablespoons two London, 1819 by William Eaton, two London, 1820 by Edward Farrell, having later crimped bowls embossed with fruit and foliate chased handles, in a fitted case retailed by R.T. Bowman, London, length 23cm, weight approx. 7.97ozt £100-£150

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 198. A selection of 20th century .830 Norwegian silver comprising a set of eight silver gilt demitasse coffee spoons with fan terminals, stamped Norne .830 S in an associated David Andersen case, another set of eight silver gilt demitasse coffee spoons, by Nils Hansen, a David Andersen caddy spoon, a silver handled bottle opener, a pair of Mexican sugar tongs with shell terminals etc. (qty), weight approx. 7.92ozt £80-£120 199. A collection of mostly late 19th century silver Continental .800 silver comprising a cased set of six German silver-gilt coffee spoons with shell bowls and lattice pierced terminals, a cast Dutch tea strainer, indistinct marks, having windmill terminal, the bowl decorated with a cherub amidst foliage, a Belgian tea strainer with pierced foliate border and handle, an Art Nouveau .800 serving slice with pierced blade, a German .800 cake slice having a pierced ship terminal, the blade engraved with C scroll and embossed with a seated couple taking tea, an Austrian tablespoon, Dutch apostle spoon with repaired bowl etc. (qty), weighable silver approx. 18.65ozt £150-£200 200. A set of six George III silver bright cut Old English pattern teaspoons together with another similar matched set of six teaspoons first, no town mark but London, 1796 by Peter & Ann Bateman, second, various dates, makers marks, engraved with initials (12), first length 12.6cm, weight approx. 4.18ozt £70-£90

201. A collection of 19th century and later Maltese .917 and .800 silver items comprising a fiddle pattern sauce ladle, stamped Pace, a pair of sauce ladles with twisted stems and pierced Maltese cross terminals, a similar pair of spoons with 2 Scudi coin bowls dated 1796, a shallow circular dish, stamped Meli Malta, four assorted napkin rings, a set of seven German .800 coffee spoons with twisted stems and Maltese cross terminals, etc. (qty), dish diameter 14cm weight approx. 20.8ozt £200-£250

202. A late Victorian cased harlequin set of twelve silver coffee spoons London, 1889 by Wakely & Wheeler, each spoon of a different design, initialled, in a fitted case, length approx. 10.8cm, weight approx. 4.11ozt £70-£90

203. A three piece Victorian silver gilt Stag Hunt pattern christening set London, 1864 by George Adams, in an associated fitted case, weightable silver approx. 3.47ozt £80-£120 204. A mixed lot of silver to include spoons various dates and makers, comprising a set of eight coffee spoons, various Rifle Club prize spoons, a brandy bottle ticket, a cased set of six kings pattern tea knives etc. (qty), weight approx. 7.84ozt £80-£120

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 206. A pair of George III silver fiddle pattern basting spoons and a cased set of twelve late Victorian Mappin & Webb silver plated ice cream spades first London, 1816 by Thomas Wilkes Barber, initialled (3), first length 30.5cm, weight approx. 8.72ozt £100-£200 207. A Georg Jensen Danish Sterling silver serving jam or caddy spoon in the blossom pattern, Jensen marks for 1915-1930, London import marks, weight approx: 1.12ozt £40-£60 208. A selection of mostly 19th century Norwegian .830 silver teaspoons and utensils comprising three .830 teaspoons with shell terminals, stamped CH 1847 13 1/4 Loth, two fancy back teaspoons marked ER, four fancy .830 teaspoons, initialled and engraved 1/2-78 over 1/2-03, a pair of lemon forks with pierced foliate stems, a strainer spoon and three cream / sauce ladles, initialled and engraved with various dates (15), first length 14.6cm, weight approx 8.1ozt £80-£120

205 (part) 205. A George V Art Deco part canteen of silver flatware Birmingham, 1936 by Elkington & Co, having tapering handles with geometric Art Deco design, comprising twelve table forks, twelve silver handled table knives with stainless steel blades, twelve fish knives and eleven teaspoons, initialled G (47), fork length 18cm, weighable silver approx. 66.19 0zt £800-£1,200

209. A set of six late 19th century Austro-Hungarian .800 silver teaspoons and five similar near matching larger teaspoons first marked for Prague, maker mark V.N, second Vienna by Vincenz Carl Dub (11), first length 14cm 8.27ozt £80-£120

210. Late 19th century Austro-Hungarian .800 silver fiddle pattern flatware Lemberg, various makers marks, comprising five table spoons, five table forks, a teaspoon, a soup ladle and sauce ladle, most engraved with initials (13), weight approx. 32.9ozt £250-£350 206

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 213. A matched selection of George III and later Old English Bead pattern flatware various date and makers, comprising six tablespoons, four table forks, six dessert forks and five dessert spoons, initialled (21), tablespoon length 21.6cm, weight approx., 35.84ozt £350-£450

211. An extensive American Gorham sterling silver Old Baronial pattern part twelve setting canteen of flatware c.1900 Gogham marks, marked sterling PAT 1898 comprising twelve table forks, twelve silver handled steel table knives, twelve dessert forks, twelve dessert spoons, three tablespoons, two teaspoons, six demitasse spoons, five salad forks, six seafood forks, five butter spreaders, a soup ladle, a sauce ladle, a cream ladle, a condiment ladle, and a silver handled carving knife and fork, initialled B (81), length of table forks 19.3cm, weighable silver approx. 99.75ozt £1,000-£1,500 212. A set of six late 19th century Russian .84 zolotnik fiddle pattern teaspoons and salt first Kiev, 1892 by Aleksandr Kazimirovich Vyrzhikovsky, the bowl backs and handles bright cut engraved, second, marks rubbed, of cauldron form, foliate engraved on ball feet (7), first length 13.1cm, weight approx. 3.73ozt £70-£90

214. A selection of mostly early 20th century American sterling silver spoons comprising a large Gorham Raphael pattern serving spoon with gilt bowl, stamped sterling PAT 1874, initialled, an Art Nouveau butter pick, a set of eight teaspoons, initialled, a set of ten white metal coffee spoons, unmarked, and a selection of assorted souvenir spoons etc. (qty), length of serving spoon 32.5cm, weight approx. 25.23ozt £250-£350

215. A pair of Victorian silver Old English Feather Edge pattern fish servers London, 1859 by George Adams, the blades and tines foliate engraved, initialled (2), knife length 32.5cm, weight approx. 8.13ozt £80-£120

216. An early George III silver serving trowel/fish slice London, 1767 by Thomas Nash I, the triangular blade pierced with foliate scroll decoration and having feather edge border and handle with pierced terminal, crested, the blade engraved with a later initials to reverse, length 29cm, weight approx. 4.26ozt £140-£180

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 220. A large 19th century Norwegian .830 silver fiddle pattern basting spoon stamped Prove A Olsen, 13 1/4 loth 1856, initialled, engraved to reverse of terminal Oktober 1918, length 37.1cm, weight approx. 6.95ozt £70-£90 221. An early 19th century Maltese .916 silver fiddle pattern basting spoon c.1810 hallmarked with an R surmounted by a stags head for Roman fineness of 11 deniers, makers mark indistinct, length 33.2cm £70-£90

217. A small selection of mostly George IV silver flatware comprising a fiddle pattern basting spoon, Exeter, 1828 by George Turner, crested, an Old English pattern sauce ladle, London, 1795, maker mark rubbed, later initialled, an Old English Feather Edge sauce ladle, London, 1833 by William Eaton and a matched condiment ladle, both initialled, a fiddle pattern sugar shovel, London, 1823 by William Eaton, initialled, five fiddle pattern teaspoons, London, 1837, by William Bateman II, crested, a fiddle and thread pattern butter knife with a repair, crested, a pair of sugar tongs and a selection of salt spoons etc. (qty), basting spoon length 33.8cm, weight approx. 21.72ozt £200-£300

222. A pair of contemporary silver grape shears/ scissors Birmingham, 1977 by Sanders & Mackenzie, having fruiting vine cast handles, length 16.5cm, weight approx. 3.78ozt £60-£80

218. An Edwardian matched set of nine silver coffee spoons with Palace of Westminster Portcullis terminals and various other mostly rifle club prize teaspoons first mostly London, by Robert Stewart (qty), first length 11.5cm, weight approx. 10.13ozt £100-£150 219. A collection of 19th century and later mostly German .800 silver and electroplated flatware silver items comprising a set of eleven teaspoons, initialled, a soup ladle various tablespoons and teaspoons, lemons forks, a .685 soup ladle, an embossed napkin ring (qty), weighable silver approx. 37.44 £250-£350

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223. A collection of Venezuelan .900 silver items comprising a set of twelve circular coasters initialled S.B., nine corn on the cob skewers and a serving slice (22), weight approx. 26ozt £200-£300

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224. A mixed lot of silver and plated items to include two George III silver table spoons with later embossed and gilt bowls, a late 19th century continental figural topped spoon, initialled, a Mexican letter opener with naturalistic bamboo handle, two birth record spoons, a baby spoon engraved Sarah, two small pairs of sugar tongs, a South American miniature bell with llama finial, stamped 925, and a.900 leaf caddy spoon together with plated items to include a Christofle tortoise, an apple shaped pot and a miniature mate pot and straw (qty), silver approx. 10.79ozt £100-£150

227. A silver gilt prize pen in the form of a feather quill London, 1953 by Carrington & Co, engraved to stem ‘Prize at Tonbridge School 1953’ in a fitted case, length 26.2cm, weight approx. 2.06ozt £140-£180 228. A late Victorian silver tape measure, a Victorian pepper pot and a pair of napkin rings first Chester, 1899 by Cornelius Desormeaux Saunders & James Francis Hollings, second, Birmingham, 1890 by John Edward Wilmot, of void form with a crimped rim on a square foot, third engine turned decoration, initialled (4), first diameter 3.2cm, total weight approx. 3.33ozt £60-£80 229. A George V silver twin handled trophy Birmingham, 1929, markers mark T&S, with angular handles and engraved inscription raised on pedestal foot, total weight approx: 7.47toz £70-£90

225. A George III silver leaf caddy spoon London, 1809 by Edward Mayfield, naturalistic leaf shaped bowl, wire work ring handle, length 7cm, weight approx. 0.26ozt £80-£120 226. A mixed lot of silver various dates, makers, comprising a foliate engraved vesta case, Birmingham, 1925 by Joseph Gloster Ltd a foliate engraved curved card case Birmingham, a set of six coffee spoons with matching tongs, a small capstan inkwell a bottle stopper with linear engine turned decoration engraved ‘Cheers form Cherryfield’, etc. (qty), weighable silver approx. 4.94ozt £70-£90

230. A collection of early 20th century Maltese silver filigree miniature items most stamped 917 and bearing Maltese marks, comprising a swing handled basket, an oval twin handled dish, a square dish and a pair of comports (5), comport height 5.9cm, weight approx. 5.32ozt £100-£150 231. Three early 20th century silver cigarette cases and an ashtray set with a 1953 coronation crown various dates, makers, the cigarette cases all curved and of plain design, the two bearing initials also have presentation inscriptions to interiors (4), ashtray 12.2cm, weight approx. 11.62ozt £100-£150

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235. A George III silver twin handled lemon strainer London, 1776, makers mark worn, of circular form, having pierced bowl and double scroll side handles, length 23.5cm £200-£300 236. A George V silver treacle tin Birmingham, 1925 by Asprey & Co Ltd, of circular form with engine turned decoration, the lid with applied stags head crest, stamped Asprey London, 73974, diameter 12.9cm, height 8.3cm, weight approx. 11.69ozt £150-£250

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239. A collection of modern silver to include photograph frames, scent bottles and a 19th century style portrait miniature various date and markers, comprising two Britannia standard easel back photograph frames, London, 1999 by Paul Vernon Fitchie, one with three apertures, the other two, the surrounds with a design of scrolling tulips and foliage, naturalistically cast silver gilt mussel shell pill box, London import marks for 1998 by Martin Gerald & Sid Adler, a novelty thimble cast with a snail, a silver mounted cut glass scent bottle wheel engraved with a fruit basket and scroll framed diaper panels, fitted with an internal stopper, another glass bottle with a silver mount, a Royal Brierley crystal mustard pot with silver cover, a pair of small scallop shell salts, a salt with blue glass liner, a larger slat lacking liner, a cut glass candle holder with silver mount and a 19th century style portrait miniature of Louise Queen of Prussia, in faux tortoiseshell boulle frame (qty), weighable silver approx. 5.46ozt £80-£120

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240. A late Victorian silver cigar case and three silver cigarette cases first Birmingham, 1886, makers mark J.J.S of rectangular form with all over foliate engraving, initialled, interior gilt, a later soldered chain attached together with a plannished curved case initialled F.B. and two engine turned cases (4), first 14 x 9.1cm, total weight approx. 16.92ozt £150-£200

243. A modern novelty miniature silver five piece tea service and a set of six Charles Dickens character cocktail sticks first, London, 1974 by Roberts & Dore, comprising a teapot, hot water jug, milk jug and twin handled sugar basin of half fluted design and an oblong twin handled tray, in a fitted case, second, Birmingham, 1973 by Bishtons Ltd, in a fitted case with card label (2), tray handled to handle 15cm, weight approx. 3.25ozt £80-£120

241. A mixed lot of mostly Edwardian silver to include a cigarette case in a fitted case and vesta cases various dates and makers, first, Birmingham, 1908 by Payton, Pepper and Sons, rectangular with foliate engraved decoration and circular reserve bearing initials, gilt interior in original fitted case, together with an Arts and Crafts style curved card case with hammered decoration Birmingham,1908 by Alfred Ambrose Wall, with a vacant, reserve, a plain vesta case with raised reserve engraved with initials, a foliate engraved vesta with vacant shield reserve and an a/f hand seal in the form a claw, a cased set of six coffee spoons, London, 1893 by William Hutton & Sons, having shell bowls and twisted stems, a plain square table cigarette box with cedar lined interior, a cased pair of silver mounted faceted glass knife rests and a case pickle fork (9), first length 8.6cm, weight approx. 6.91ozt £100-£150 242. A mixed lot of silver to include a pair of George III sugar tongs and a cased set of six cocktail sticks with gilt cockerel terminals first London, 1813 by Thomas Dicks, second stamped Sterling silver, together with small pin dish with pierced sides, London, 1928 by Richard Comyns, an Imperial War Museum “Your Country Needs You” ingot, etc. (qty). Silver weight approx. 4.28ozt £50-£80

244. A George V silver mounted pique inlaid tortoiseshell four piece dressing table set and a tan crocodile leather travelling vanity case the first Birmingham, 1923 by William Busse & Sons, comprising hand mirror, a pair of hair brushes and a clothes brush, the second with a green fitted interior part containing glass jars with plated fittings, hand mirror length 27.5cm £70-£90

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248. A late 19th/early 20th century Burmese silver bowl unmarked, repousse decorated in high relief with figures from Rama Jataka, engraved to the underside with a bird perched in a tree, diameter 10.5cm, height 7.1cm, weight approx. 7.41ozt £100-£200

246. A Chinese export silver three piece bachelors tea service c.1900 makers mark of L over KK in a circle, of circular tapering form, each piece chased in relief with a river scene with a wading crane and water irises in flower under a full moon against a finely stippled ground, on a circular foot, comprising teapot fitted with hinged cover with ball finial and loop handle with ivory insulators, a twin handled sugar basin and a milk jug (3), teapot handle to spout 19cm, weight approx. 25.15ozt £400-£600 247. A late 19th century Chinese export silver kettle and stand Chinese marks, stamped Hung Chung & Co, the kettle of compressed circular form decorated in relief with a scaly four clawed dragon encircling the body, having hinged domed cover decorated with bamboo sprays and faux bamboo finial spout and swing handle, on a faux bamboo x-frame stand with a silver burner, height 26cm, weight approx. 35.49ozt 247 £600-£800

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249. A large early 20th century Indian silver goblet/ cup unmarked, the large tapering bowl on a domed pedestal foot, all over chased with scrolling foliate design and with a tiger hunting a stag and hunting dogs chasing a boar and a tiger, bearing a heart shaped reserve engraved ‘presented by H. Blennerhasset Esq. Bisley 1926, crested, height 20cm, weight approx. 13.94ozt £200-£300

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250. A late Victorian electroplated and cut glass biscuit barrel on stand marked for Martin Hall & Co, having acanthus mounts, the lid with bud finial, height 21cm £60-£80

252. A large mid 20th century electroplated square mirror plateau or wedding cake stand having gadrooned rim and ogee shaped side with applied fruiting vine cast decoration, on bracket feet, in a fitted wooden case, height 14cm, width 47.5cm, depth 47.5cm £80-£120 253. A mid 20th century electroplated circular mirror plateau or wedding cake stand having foliate engraved ogee shaped sides with beaded rims, on splayed bracket feet, in a fitted wooden case, height 12.5cm, diameter 42cm £70-£90

251. A collection of early 20th century electroplated items to include a tureen comprising a large twin handled oval tureen and cover with a lily pattern ladle in a wooden travel crate, a fluted pedestal dish, a set of eleven oval side dishes, a continental oval platter and entree dish and cover (qty), tureen handle to handle 37cm £70-£90 254. A German Jugendstil design pewter bottle holder, a duck shaped electroplated and glass claret jug, and a WMF plated napkin ring first with pierced sides, stamped DBE for Dupper & Bernhold Esslingen (3), first height 9.5cm £70-£90

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257. An 18ct gold full hunter key wound pocket watch white enamel dial signed Upjohn & Bright, Roman numerals and subsidiary dial, engine turned decoration to the case, total weight approx: 73.4g £500-£700

256. A gold cased Elgin full hunter pocket watch with 9ct gold Albert and half sovereign fob the pocket watch having a white and pale blue enamel dial, Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial together with a Victorian 9ct gold two row bar and fancy curb link Albert with double swivel clips, t-bar and George V half sovereign fob (2), total weight of albert: 50.0g including half sovereign, pocket watch: 128.0g £800-£1,200

258. A 9ct gold Waltham open faced top wound pocket watch white enamel dial, Roman numerals with subsidiary dial, total weight approx: 86.1g £200-£300

259. A George III silver pair cased open faced pocket watch the case marked Chester, 1817, by Ebenezar Irwin, circular white enamel dial with black Roman numerals, minute track and gold hands, fusee movement, No 722 signed John Hardy Preston, attached a silver flat curb link watch chain, dial diameter 47mm, case diameter 55mm £100-£150 257

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277. A Tiffany & Co Sterling silver ‘Return to Tiffany’ oval tag choker necklace an engraved oval plaque to a belcher chain and lobster clasp, hallmarked 925 with pouch and box, length approx 38cm, total weight: 52.1g £100-£180 278. A Tiffany & Co sterling silver ‘1837’ oval loop chain necklace a polished oval pendant engraved with Tiffany & Co suspended on a trace chain with lobster clasp with pouch and box. Length approx: 45cm, total weight approx: 13.1g £100-£180

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283. An unusual vintage Coco Chanel charm necklace/key chain featuring a Coco Chanel figure, dressed in a classic white and black Chanel suit, suspended on a ball chain from the 2003 Chanel collection, with Chanel pouch, figure approx: 7.7cm, chain approx: 80cm £150-£200 284. A Gucci sterling silver rectangular pendant on chain a polished rectangular pendant engraved Gucci suspended on a two row ball chain with pouch, box and outer cover, length approx: 50cm, total weight approx: 23.6g £80-£120

289. A three row cultured pearl necklace graduated in diameter from 8mm to 5mm to the 9ct white gold openwork tablet clasp set with a rose-cut diamond, minimum length 42cm £80-£120

285. A Links of London silver and rose quartz necklace a facetted rose quartz bead suspended with several silver Links of London beads in a drop formation, to a trace chain interspersed with further facetted rose quartz beads with a bolt ring. Approx length: 45cm £40-£60 286. A 9ct gold gem set clown pendant on chain an articulated figure of a clown with various gems set to it’s tunic, suspended on a 9ct gold belcher link necklace, total weight approx: 12.7g £200-£300 287. An Art Deco single row glass and mirrored bead necklace facetted black and mirrored beads, groups of clear bud shaped beads and diamante beads centrepiece strung to further disk shaped beads, length approx: 76cm £80-£120 288. A single row graduated olive shaped cherry coloured bakelite bead necklace together with a single row graduated amber bead necklace (2), bakelite weight approx: 68.2g length: 87cm, amber weight: 15.7g, Length: 40cm £100-£200

290. An Art Deco aquamarine and seed pearl pendant on chain a cushion cut aquamarine, double claw set to an oval and diamond shaped open frame with four seed pearl highlighted points suspended from a two row knife edge bar to another round cut aquamarine suspended on a trace chain stamped 9c, total weight approx: 5.8g, length 46.5cm £400-£600

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292. A pair of opal and diamond ear pendants each designed a two articulated asymmetric rows of brilliant-cut diamonds each with a pendeloque cabochon opal terminal, maximum length approx: 4cm £400-£600

293. A Victorian gold gem set serpent necklace designed as an articulated serpent, the head rub set with seed pearls and a oval cut emerald, engraved through out, cabochon red eyes holding in it’s mouth a engraved heart shaped pendant set with a rub set seed pearl, tongue clasp in original fitted case. Total weight approx: 11.3g, length approx: 34cm excluding heart pendant £400-£600 294. A diamond set and 9ct yellow gold flexible link necklace, with a matching pair of ear pendants the necklace of articulated attenuated ‘C’ scroll link design, the seven front links each set with a brilliant-cut diamond, to the concealed clasp and safety chain; each ear pendant set with a brilliant-cut diamond and with a diamond set collet surmount, necklace length 41cm, earring length approx: 2.5cm, combined gross weight 33.4g £400-£500

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295. A gold ruby set line bracelet having oval cut rubies, claw set between circular pierced links further set with round cut rubies to a box clasp fitting marked 585, total weight: 13.5g £200-£300

298. A 9ct gold charm bracelet with padlock and assorted charms to include a Chinese charm marked 9ct, a 9ct gold 21st charm, a 9ct gold and venetian bead ewer, 9ct dart, a 9ct gold ‘UR18” charm, a 9ct gold greenhouse, a 9ct bucket etc, total weight approx: 53.4g £500-£800 299. A 9ct gold two row curb link bracelet with padlock together with three assorted loose gold charms including a 9ct gold stork (4), total weight approx: 15.5g £150-£180

296. A Regency gold guard chain with gem set gloved hand clasp composed of a faceted star textured belcher chain, with a gloved hand with a faceted rub set emerald ring and a rub set turquoise cabochon and ruby bracelet with repousse glove, total weight approx: 14.5g £200-£300 297. A Victorian Scottish gold and hardstone bracelet a series of specimen agate quatrefoil plaques, rub set with fitted end caps together with a shield-shaped padlock clasp with an agate plaque to one side and a glazed locket verso, gold tested as approx: 9ct gold. length approx: 20.5cm, weight: 37.8g £300-£500

300. A 9ct gold graduated curb link Albert with 9ct gold t-bar and gilt metal swivel clip, together with two other graduated gold curb link Alberts with gilt metal swivel clip and fob (3), total weight approx: 101.9g £900-£1,100 301. A 9ct gold three row gate link bracelet with padlock together with a 9ct gold figaro chain (2), total weight approx: 15.1g £200-£300

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306. A 14ct gold enamel and diamond hinge buckle bangle having blue guilloche enamel set with green and gold floral and scroll decoration, with a white enamel banding to the outer edge, a graduated brilliant cut diamonds set buckle and diamond set ‘loop’ bar, concealed clasp and safety chain, in fitted box, total weight approx: 35.8g, diameter: 10.93, interior diameter: 5.5cm £800-£1,200

307. A gold sapphire and diamond hinge bangle seven graduating alternating round cut sapphires and old European cut diamonds, rub set to a tapering polished hinged bangle with concealed clasp in fitted box, total weight approx: 12.9g, interior width: 6cm £400-£600

304. An early 20th century garnet and yellow gold flexible line bracelet the octagonal garnets each collet set and joined chain link connections, with safety link chain, approximate length 18.5cm £200-£300 305. A gold single stone diamond hollow hinge bangle an old cut diamond, grain set to a plain polished bangle with concealed clasp, total weight approx: 13.3g £180-£220

308. A three colour ‘Russian band’ style hinged bangle having three graduating rows of cubic zirconias, channel set to a plain polished under section marked 375, total weight approx: 10.0g £100-£200 309. A silver hinged bangle the top half with engraved floral and foliate decoration and with applied Gothic arches, Birmingham 1883, maximum diameter 6.5cm; together with a Victorian heavy silver torc bangle, Birmingham 1879, inner diameter 6.5cm (2), combined gross weight 101.3g £80-£120 310. A 9ct gold fancy link facetted chain necklace and matching bracelet both with bolt ring clasp, total weight approx: 10.7g £150-£200

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 311. A 9ct gold graduated curb link Albert chain with t-bar and swivel clip, total weight approx: 30.8g £400-£600

312. A 9ct gold curb link Albert with swivel clip and t-bar together with a gold belcher link chain and swivel clip marked 9ct, a 9ct gold t-bar with 9ct gold compass, a gold cased bloodstone fob and a gilt metal fob (qty), total weight approx: 40.6g £500-£600 316. A 9ct yellow gold curb link watch chain each link marked ‘9/.375’, and length 37cm, and ‘T’ bar, combined gross weight approximately 42g, to the swivel and to the Victorian oval engraved silver gilt locket £450-£550

313. A 9ct gold graduated curb link watch chain with a 9ct gold cushion cut amethyst swivel fob and two swivel claps, total weight approx: 63.9g £600-£800 314. A collection of gold jewellery to include a gold ruby and diamond set bar brooch, a seed pearl and turquoise bar brooch marked 15ct, a shell cameo ring marked 9ct, a 9ct gold curb link bracelet with padlock, a 9ct gold ladies mechanical watch on later expanding bracelet and a 9ct gold cobra link necklace (a/f) (qty), bar brooches: 5.7g, 9ct gold including watch: 22.8g £150-£250

317. A yellow gold faceted snake link long chain necklace with swivel and split ring suspending an ornately decorated gold cased watch key set with two hardstones (one a/f) and an ornately decorated oval gold cased fob set with an oval citrine (possibly foiled), necklace weight approx 39.0g, necklace length without swivel 160cm £500-£550 313

318. Six items of gold assorted jewellery comprising an 18ct yellow gold engraved wedding band, size K, weighing 2.7g; a 9ct yellow gold ring set with white stones, size L, weighing 3.3g; an 18ct yellow gold filed belcher link chain necklace weighing 3.0g; a 9ct yellow gold oval locket, the obverse with partly engraved decoration and suspended from a 9ct yellow gold rectangular link chain necklace, combined gross weight 8.2g; and two pairs of Egyptian-inspired ear pendants (6) £250-£350

315. An Edwardian 9ct gold fancy link Guard chain applied 9ct tag, length 140cm, guard chain: 23.9g £200-£300

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319. A Georg Jensen silver dolphin number 251 brooch, designed by Arno Malinoski together with three other silver brooches including a silver claddagh brooch set with a single green chalcedony cabochon, a silver abstract example set with a single black cabochon and another in the form of a lizard (4). Georg Jensen brooch: 3.7cm x 3.2cm £100-£150

320. A collection of Scottish hardstone agate brooches to include a circular silver example, set with specimen agates and foiled quartz circular stones and a central circular cut citrine, another in the form of a dirk set with specimen agates and a paste foiled citrine coloured final together with four other of various forms, length of dagger approx: 9.5cm £50-£80

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321. A Victorian diamond and split pearl star burst brooch a central old European cut diamond in a cut down collet, to a star burst design, all set with graduated split pearls and further split pearls in cut down collets to tapering knife bars, with a detachable brooch and pendant setting to the reverse, total weight approx: 10.0g £200-£300

322. A 9ct gold split pearl Naval crown brooch with pin and catch fitting to the reverse, total weight approx: 5.0g £100-£150 323. A Chinese high carat gold brooch having two textured disked with applied Chinese character marks and a possibly later added gold articulated fish pendant marked to the reverse 18, total weight: 5.2g £100-£200

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324. A white gold diamond set butterfly brooch brilliant cut diamonds, claw set to the body and wings of the butterfly, with a two pin fitting to the reverse, markers marks T set within a triangle, weight approx: 3.4g, width: 1.5cm £100-£150

327. Five brooches and pendants including a circular tiger’s cabochon brooch within a collet and rope twist surround, a mid Victorian brooch, the oval faceted citrine within an ornate openwork yellow gold surround; an amber pendant (un-tested) and two other pendants (5), tigers eye brooch diameter 4.1cm £80-£120

325. An Art Deco ruby and diamond open plaque brooch a central oval ruby, millegrain set to an open plaque set with old cut diamonds and terminating with three calibre cut rubies, pin and C scroll catch, total weight approx: 4.5g, length: 3.5cm x 1.5cm £300-£400

328. A mid Victorian oval shell cameo brooch depicting Victory being drawn in a chariot by two horses through the clouds surrounded by various attendants, some carrying garlands, to the yellow gold collet and frame with applied scrolling cusps to the cardinal points, 7cm by 8cm approximately (including frame) £200-£300 326. A collection of brooches including a Norwegian sterling silver blue enamel butterfly brooch by Marius Hammer stamped 925S, another silver pink and green enamel butterfly, hallmarked Birmingham 1915, JA&S, a Victorian silver butterfly wing brooch and a similar white metal example (4), butterfly wingspan: 8.2cm approx £80-£120

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329. A City of London brooch the silver shield set with pink stones (possibly synthetic rubies but untested) cross on a white stone background, an everted red enamel dagger applied to the first quarter, surmounted by a sinister dragon’s wing applied with red enamel everted cross, London 1988, total length 3.3 cms by width 1.7cm £60-£80

331. A Victorian gilt metal painted porcelain plaque memorial picture locket an oval painted plaque of a Regency lady and gentleman, with galleon to the background, to a black oval surround, set within a gilt frame with vacant locket to the reverse, length approx: 6.8cm including bale £60-£80 332. Six late 19th century/early 20th century brooches including an oval shell cameo brooch depicting two seated maidens playing a harp and a pipe in a sylvan scene to the yellow gold collet and outer wavy edge with applied rope twist border; a tiered oval garnet brooch; an oval hardstone brooch applied to the centre with a glazed collet containing blue butterfly wings within an ornate gilt border; a filigree star brooch; an oval banded agate and pinchbeck brooch and a navette paste-set brooch (5), cameo length 7cm, width 5cm £100-£200 333. A diamond single stone pendant the brilliant-cut diamond estimated to spread 0.25 cts to the 18ct white gold setting; together with a pair of three stone tanzanite and diamond cluster ear pendants, the screw fittings stamped ‘9 carat’, ear pendants length 2.5cm £140-£180

330. A mid 20th century diamond set and 18ct white gold spray brooch of asymmetric openwork textured scrolling and floral design, set with eleven brilliant-cut diamonds and with single-cut diamond detail, the pin stamped ‘18/.750’, length 5cm, width 3cm, gross weight 9.6g £200-£300

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334. Various earrings including a pair of 18ct yellow gold ear pendants and matching pendant, each set with a brilliant-cut diamond, combined gross weight 4.6g; a pair of cluster knot ear studs stamped ‘375’, combined gross weight 0.7g; and a pair of rectangular-cut amethyst single stone ear studs, the posts stamped ‘14K’ (qty) £100-£150

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 338. An early 20th century Austro-Hungarian silver gilt gem set pendant and earrings suite the pendant and earring having enamel pelican feeding her young seated above a twisted wire border. An open scrolling frame rub set with turquoise cabochon and baroque pearls. The earrings having foxtail chain to a turquoise cabochon floral drop with hook fitting, length of pendant: 5cm £150-£200

335. A Victorian diamond and enamel oval shaped brooch an applied cross emblem set with rose cut diamonds to a raised blue enamel boss with a rose cut diamond and a plain polished border, pin and roller catch to the reverse marked 9ct, total weight approx: 10.0g £250-£350

339. An Elizabeth II Sovereign dated 1964 claw set to a polished mount suspended from a gold clip mount, together with an Italian 18ct gold popcorn link chain (a/f), a gold hollow cross marked 9ct. Sovereign in mount weight approx: 12.5g, chain: 5.8g, cross: 0.6g £320-£400 340. A collection of gold jewellery to include a 9ct gold oval hinge locket suspended on a 9ct gold trace chain, a 9ct gold rope chain necklace, a 9ct gold cross pendant on curb link chain, two pairs of gold earrings and four single gold earrings (qty), total weight approx: 30.5g £300-£500 341. A garnet, seed pearl and 9ct yellow gold brooch/ pendant of cartouche scrolling openwork design, hallmarked, to the associated fancy link chain necklace, the bolt ring stamped ‘9ct’ (2), pendant length 5.5cm, width 3.2cm; chain 7.0g £120-£180

336. An Edwardian gold garnet and seed pearl open pendant three graduated central circular cut garnets and a seed pearl, all millegrain set to an open leaf and scrolling frame with a further garnet pear shaped drop, with bale and brooch fitting to the reserve marked 15ct, total weight approx: 6.6g £200-£300

337. An early 20th Century white gold sapphire and diamond bar brooch a circular sapphire, millegrain set to a tapering ‘bow’ set with graduated old cut diamonds to a polished bar with pin and C scroll fitting, total weight approx: 4.6g £100-£150

342. An Edwardian half pearl pendant and chain of oval openwork design, the internal floral and foliate garland set with half pearls to the half pearl cluster articulated surmount; to the associated rope twist yellow gold chain, the barrel clasp stamped ‘9ct’, pendant length 4.5cm, width 2cm; combined gross weight 5.2g £80-£120

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 348. A Victorian gold five stone graduated diamond ring five old cut diamonds, in cut down collets to decorative shoulders and a plain polished shank, total weight approx: 2.9g, ring size: O £300-£400 349. A sweet Edwardian ruby and diamond cluster ring a circular cut ruby, claw set to fifteen old cut diamonds to knife shaped shoulders and a plain polished shank, total weight approx: 3.2g size: O1/2 £300-£400 343. Four items of opal set jewellery including a bar brooch centrally set with a oval opal cabochon within a rope twist surround, stamped ‘9ct’; an oval opal pendant en suite suspended from a fine curb link chain necklace stamped ‘9ct’; and a pair of oval cabochon opal ear studs (4), brooch length 5.0cm; combined gross weight 9.1g £100-£150 344. A pair of 9ct yellow gold and oval cameo ear studs each depicting the head and shoulders of a maiden in profile, hallmarked; together with a pair of cultured pearl and textured 9ct yellow gold floral cluster ear studs, hallmarked; and an oval cluster garnet pendant (3), overall weight earrings: 5.6g £50-£70 345. A ruby and diamond cluster ring centrally set with a brilliant-cut diamond to the surround of six circular-cut rubies each separated by a diamond point, 18ct yellow gold hallmarked shank, ring size M, total weight: 3.6g £150-£250 346. An emerald and diamond set cluster ring the central circular cut emerald within a surround of ten brilliant-cut diamonds to the plain tapering shank stamped ‘18ct’, ring size: L1/2, total weight 4.8g £200-£300 347. A single stone cultured pearl ring with diamond set chenier shoulders and a polished shank, total weight approx: 2.5g £50-£80

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 355. A delicate single stone square shaped step cut synthetic sapphire ring millegrain set to a polished and pierced gallery, between knife-edge shoulders and a plain polished shank. Marked 18ct, total weight approx: 2.6g. Ring size P1/2 measurements:6.14mm x 6.14mm x 3.79mm £100-£200 356. An Indian diamond and enamel Kundan-Meena ring the central oval rose cut foiled back diamond rub set to an enamel and bead border, flanked by two step cut foiled back diamonds, rub set in a closed back setting enamelled in red foliate design, the shoulders and shank enamelled in blue and highlighted with a gold decoration, weight approx: 4.6g, ring size M £500-£800 357. An Art deco gold single stone emerald cabochon ring a sugar loaf style emerald cabochon claw set, in a closed back setting, to diamond set shoulders and a yellow plain polished shank marked PLAT, total weight approx: 8.0g, Ring size Q £200-£300 358. An early 20th Century single stone zircon ring a round cut zircon, claw set to a decorative gallery, diamond set chenier shoulders to a plain polished shank, total weight approx: 3.4g, size: M £200-£300 359. A single stone old European diamond ring a single old European diamond claw set to chenier shoulders and a plain polished shank marked 18ct PLAT, total weight estimated: 0.76ct, ring size: L1/2, total weight: 2.9g £350-£450 360. A beautiful Victorian four stone diamond cluster ring four old Swiss cut diamonds rub set to a central cluster formation, engraved throughout the band with scrolling decoration and engraved ‘in Memory’, the interior of the shank inscribed ‘Spencer of Charlotte… June 1892’, total weight approx: 3.6g, ring size: P £300-£400

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361. A gold diamond daisy cluster ring a central brilliant cut diamond, grain star set to a surround of five brilliant cut diamonds, in a white head, with yellow chenier shoulders and a plain polished shank marked 18ct PLAT, total weight approx: 4.7g, ring size: M1/2 £1,200-£1,500 362. A gold single stone diamond ring the diamond ring having a brilliant cut diamond, claw set to white diamond set chenier shoulders and a yellow plain polished shank marked 18ct PLAT, total weight approx: 2.1g, ring size: P, P, S1/2 £400-£600 363. An impressive three stone diamond ring three old European cut diamonds, claw set with knife edge shoulders and a plain polished shank marked 18ct. Approximate estimated diamond weight: principal diamond 1.33ct flanked by approx: 0.48ct and 0.51ct. Total weight: 2.31ct £2,000-£3,000 364. A Roman style gold signet ring engraved with a primitive horse figure to a polished shank, total weight apporx: 6.0g ring size: E1/2 £140-£160 365. A 18ct gold three row knot ring to a plain polished shank, total weight approx: 10.9g, ring size: P £200-£300 366. Two gentleman rings and a fob watch comprising a gentleman’s gold single stone diamond signet ring marked 9ct, and a gentleman’s gold signet ring marked 18 and a 15ct gold fob watch with enamel dial (3). 9ct gold ring: 7.7g, signet ring: 7.5g, cuvette: 19.6g £200-£300

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371. A 22ct gold court shaped wedding ring dated 1903 and another platinum wedding ring, total weight approx: 6.1g, platinum: 2.4g £180-£220 372. Two rings and a bar brooch comprising of a Victorian five stone diamond ring, five graduated old cut diamonds, claw set to a plain polished shank, a single stone synthetic sapphire bar brooch marked 9c, a gold single stone synthetic pink sapphire ring marked 9ct, total weight approx: 2.3g, brooch: 3.5g, ring: 3.4g £100-£200 373. Three 9ct gold rings to include a cultured pearl and white stone ring, a ladies gold bloodstone ring and a 9ct gold single stone smokey quartz ring (3), total weight approx: 8.9g £100-£150

368. A Victorian gold single split pearl and enamel ring and Albert chain the split pearl, star set with blue enamel detailing and scroll pattern to a plain polished band, together with an enamel and seed pearl Albert, rectangular blue enamel links between wire and seed pearl links, with a single swivel clasp (2), total weight approx: 10.8g £200-£300

374. A gold two stone diamond ring two brilliant cut diamonds rub set to decorative shoulders together with a flat section wedding band marked 14k (2), total weight approx: 4.2g £80-£120 375. Two 22ct gold wedding rings comprising a plain polished court shaped example and a flat section example with engraved decoration (2), total weight approx: 7.0g £140-£180 376. Two 18ct gold wedding rings including a gentleman court shaped example, larger ring: weight: 8.3g size: U1/2 other: weight: 4.1g size: leading edge Q £250-£350

369. Seven assorted gold and gem set rings to include an 18ct gold single stone diamond ring, an 18ct gold graduated diamond ring, a gold three stone diamond crossover ring marked 18ct, a gold diamond and sapphire possibly synthetic cluster ring, a 9ct gold single stone illusion set 9ct gold ring, an three stone diamond crossover ring marked 18ct and a 9ct gold diamond half eternity ring (7), total weight 18ct gold: 13.1g, 9ct: 3.2g £250-£350

370. Four assorted Victorian and later gem-set rings to include an 18ct gold five stone ruby and diamond boat shaped ring, a Victorian 15ct gold diamond and garment band ring, a gold amethyst, split pearl and turquoise cabochon cluster ring and a gold three stone split pearl and garnet ring (4), ruby/diamond ring: weight: 2.0g ring size: S1/2, diamond/garnet: weight: 2.7g size: M, turquoise ring: 2.2g, size: O1/2 pearl/garnet ring: 1.5g size N £200-£300

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377. An 18ct gold gentleman’s single stone diamond ring an old European cut diamond star set, to a tapering plain polished shank, total weight approx: 7.8g, size: W1/2 £100-£150

378. An 18ct gold single stone diamond ring and another ring a brilliant cut diamond, claw set with tapering shoulder and a plain polished shank together with a gold single stone crossover aquamarine ring marked 18ct (2). Total weight approx: 6.3g, solitaire and aqua both size: Q £200-£300

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 379. A 22ct gold court shaped wedding band dated Birmingham, 1921, weight approx: 5.9g, ring size P1/2 £150-£180 380. A white metal single stone green stone ring a single green cabochon possibly jade, four claw set to a decorative mount, to a polished shank, total weight approx: 5.6g, size: M £80-£120 381. A five stone diamond daisy cluster ring all grain set to knife shoulders and a polished shank marked 18ct and a Victorian 18ct gold five stone diamond boat shaped ring (2), total weight approx: 4.6g £100-£200

385. A mid 20th century ruby and diamond ring of asymmetric scrolling design, set with an oval and five navette rubies, with nine brilliant-cut diamond scroll, to the basket setting and the oblique shank stamped ‘18ct’; together with a pair of 9ct white gold ear pendants, each set with a circular-cut ruby and a single-cut diamond, hallmarked (2), ring size N1/2, combined gross weight 7.4g £200-£300 386. A diamond single stone ring the brilliant-cut diamonds estimated to spread 0.45 cts coronet-set to the 18ct carat hallmarked bevelled shoulders and yellow gold shank; together with a brilliant-cut diamond ring, held by the four ornate claws and stamped ‘585; and an oval graduated three stone sapphire ring with a border of single-cut diamonds to either side to the 18ct yellow gold hallmarked shank (3), ring sizes: M, K, M £200-£300

382. A 19th Century Chinese articulated coral dragon ring composed of carved segments of coral to a open mouthed dragon’s head, together forming a coiled articulated finger ring, total weight: 3.3g £100-£150 383. A diamond single stone ring the old brilliant-cut diamond estimated to weigh 0.53 cts approximately, coronet-set to the plain tapering shank stamped ‘18ct’, ring size T £200-£300

384. A diamond, sapphire and 18ct white gold ring, and pair of ear studs en suite the ring centrally-set with an old brilliant-cut diamond with a spread weight of 0.35cts to the border of six mixed-cut sapphires, to the plain tapering hallmarked shank; together with a pair of matching ear studs (2), ring size O, combined gross weight 6.6g £300-£400

387. Three dress rings including two collet set with coral cabochons (untested), one shank stamped “585’, the third centrally set with a cultured pearl to the ornate shoulders and tapering shank (3), ring sizes K1/2, L £150-£250

388. Three gem-set rings the first set with an oval cabochon garnet with scallop claws to the plain yellow gold shank (marks rubbed); the second collet set garnet within a rope twist surround to the hallmarked 9ct yellow gold shank; the third set with three oval faceted citrines to the ornate openwork gallery and shank stamped ‘585’ (3), ring sizes all K £120-£180

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389. Four items of gem set jewellery including a circular openwork circular cut emerald-set brooch with a marquise diamond flowerhead cluster to one side, stamped ‘750’, a seven stone cabochon opal flowerhead pendant; a pear-shaped amethyst pendant, the suspension loop stamped ‘585’; and a cultured pearl pendant (4), diameter of brooch 2.8cm approximately, drop of flower head pendant with suspension loop 3.5cm £150-£250

393. A collection of Georgian and later curios to include a gold Georgian navette shaped memorial pendant c.1780, with a painted memorial scene of a lady by a tree, engraved to the reverse “Friendship gives value, from A.G” with a much later applied bar brooch, a gilt metal and amethyst seal fob carved with a family crest, and another smaller example in rock crystal carved Maria, a gold cased eyeglass with graduated polished and engraved hoop handle and jump ring, a Victorian gold swivel fob with a carved cornelian plaque, a gold cased locket with engraved detailing, a single stone turquoise bar brooch and pendant and a picture locket (qty), length of Georgian pendant approx: 3cm, length of seal: 3.5cm £150-£200

390. Three mid 20th century single stone rings of similar design, each collet set with either an elongated moonstone, chrysophrase or tourmaline, two of the plain shanks stamped” ‘333’, the tourmaline shank stamped ‘585’ (3), ring sizes J/K £150-£250

391. A gold single stone cabochon jade ring a oval cut jade cabochon, rub set to a stepped surround with a plain polished shank, total weight approx: 7.8g, size: L1/2 £250-£350 392. Six assorted stick pins and a bar brooch comprising a 9ct gold three stone brilliant cut diamond stick pin, a gold conch pearl and rose cut diamond stick pin, a gold carved hardstone stickpin possibly of Jesus, a gold single stone turquoise cabochon stick pin, a gilt metal single stone foiled back quartz stick pin, and a gold synthetic ruby and white stone stick pin and a gold bar brooch in the form of a branch with two owls, their eyes set with ruby cabochons, marked 9ct (7), total weight: 10.6g, harstone: 5.0g £400-£600

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394. A collection of jewellery and costume jewellery to include an 18ct gold single stone diamond signet ring, a gold wedding band, a gold single stone green hardstone ring marked 9ct, a 9ct gold cameo ring, four assorted paste stone brooches, a gilt metal chain with slider, an enamel egg pendant and a gilt metal elephant brooch. 18ct gold ring: 3.8g, green hardstone ring: 4.6g, a 9ct gold cameo ring: 1.4g, wedding band: 2.5g £150-£200

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 395. An Italian 18ct gold keychain fob triangular fob to a plaited centre with a gold rectangular tab, total weight approx: 15.8g £400-£500

398. A collection of gentleman’s cufflinks and dress studs together with a silver locket and snake link chain, to include a pair of 9ct gold cufflinks, two pair of gold cased cufflinks etc, 9ct gold cufflinks: 3.3g £50-£80 399. A collection of Oriental jewellery and curios to include a Chinese silver gilt stiff bangle, decorated with blossoms and leaves and set with an oval lapis lazuli and amethyst cabochons, stamped China, a silver floral brooch set with various gemstones, an oriental silver filigree gem set cluster ring, a white metal gemstone and paste set belt buckle converted to a brooch and an oriental coral and turquoise set scent bottle (5) £80-£120

396. A collection of Victorian and later gold and silver stick pins to include a gold two stone pink sapphire? stick pin, a gold knot and single pearl stick pin marked 9ct, a Victorian 9ct gold forget me knot stick pin, a gold double ‘C’ seed pearl stick pin, a gold single stone turquoise cabochon stick pin, a gold foiled quartz stick pin, a small collection of gold equestrian related stick pins and other Victorian gold examples (qty), approx weight of gold stick pins: 30.9g £350-£450 397. A collection of gentleman’s jewellery to include a gentleman’s 18ct gold signet ring, having an off centre shield cornelian plaque to decorative shoulders, a 9ct gold wedding ring with diamond cut decoration, two gold signet ring with engraved initial decoration, a collection of cufflinks including a pair of gold plated examples and two stick pins etc (qty), cornelian ring: Size N. 5.3g, wedding: Size T, 5.4g, signet rings: V1/2 and T1/2, 11.3g £250-£300

400. A collection of gold gentleman’s jewellery to include a pair 9ct gold double horse shoe swivel back cufflinks, a 9ct gold oval shaped chain back cufflinks, a 9ct gold tie pin and a gold single stone sapphire bar brooch (qty), total weight: 11.6g, bar brooch: 2.4g £140-£180 401. A small collection of mixed jewellery including two brooches stamped ‘ 585’, one with a cultured pearl to the centre, and a 9ct yellow gold rope twist chain necklace (a/f) (7), total length of chain (a/f), 41cm, total weight of 585 approximately: 10g, 9ct 6g £150-£250 402. A collection of Yemeni Bedouin white metal jewellery and other items comprising a six strand necklace suspended with pendants, a purse mounted with a green hardstones, a large bangle, a four stand necklace, three chokers, a twisted cuff bangle, a coin ring, another ring, a headdress ornament, an opium pipe and a Jambiya dagger (qty), various, weighable metal approx. 65 ozt. Acquired by the vendor in the Dhahran, Saudi Arabia £300-£500

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404. A pair of 20th Century Danish Poul Hansen for Georg Jensen cufflinks signed and stamped ‘Sterling Denmark’ numbered 75, width approx: 2.4cm £50-£80

405. A gentleman’s 9ct gold signet ring, together with two pairs of 9ct gold oval engraved chain back cufflinks, a single 9ct gold dress studs, two 18ct gold stud and a pair of silver chain back cufflinks with navel crown emblem (qty), total 9ct gold weight: 13.4g, 18ct gold dress studs: 1.6g £140-£180

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406. A collection of costume jewellery to include a single row graduated facetted cornelian bead necklace, an Art Deco silver and paste cocktail watch, a rolled gold half hunter pocket watch, white enamel dial signed Schierwater & LLoyd, Liverpool, silver pocket watch, a Victorian Sterling silver butterfly wing bracelet and similar brooch, a sterling silver sovereign case, a black enamel compact with marcasite navel crown, a 9ct gold single stone amethyst coloured paste stone ring (qty), total weight ring: 3.8g, length of necklace approx: 45cm £100-£150

407. A collection of jewellery to include a two colour gold fancy link chain marked 585, two pairs of 9ct gold earrings including a pair of cubic zirconia earrings, a green hardstone pendant possibly nephrite with engraved Chinese character marks, a gilt metal shell cameo brooch, a silver marcasite brooch, silver fox tail link chain, a silver ring, two silver St. Christopher pendants and a picture locket (qty), bracelet weight approx: 9.3g, 9ct gold earrings: 4.1g £140-£180

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 408. A gold Greek enamel stick pin and costume jewellery the stick pin depicting Christ, together with two Art Deco Italian glass bead necklaces, a gold amber cheroot holder and several silver brooches and a continental silver bangle (qty), total weight of stick pin: 4.9g £100-£150 409. A collection of costume jewellery to include a three stone diamond ring marked 18ct, a paste stone fringe necklace, a silver open faced pocket watch signed Henry Taylor, a collection of paste stone buckles, a gold single cultured pearl leaf brooch, a silver ballerina brooch (a/f), a collection of loose stones including garnets and moonstones (qty), brooch total weight: 3.4g £100-£200 410. A collection of gold and costume jewellery to include a 9ct gold locket, a Victorian gold split pearl ring, a gold open face pocket watch marked 14k, a gold single stone turquoise stick pin, a 9ct gold bloodstone and cornelian fob (a/f) and a gilt metal chain bracelet (6), total weight approx: 9.1g, watch: 23.5g £80-£120

412. A collection of jewellery and miscellaneous items to include a pair of 9ct gold cufflinks, a collection of Queen Victoria related including a silver Victoria Jubilee circular brooch with bead detail, two Victorian silver coin brooches, a gilt metal frame, with gilt frame embossed ‘Hand in hand for the empire’ with four printed images of Queen Victoria and three Boer war soldiers, a gilt metal Albert with t-bar together with three silver hardstone fobs including a silver gilt chased example with cornelian plaque and a small collection of silver stick pins (qty), 9ct total weight 7.2g, frame length approx: 7cm £80-£120 413. A collection of gold chains and watches to include a gold byzantine chain (a/f), two gold belcher chains (a/f), a 9ct gold ladies mechanical strap watch and another ladies 9ct gold mechanical watch head on later expanding bracelet etc (qty), chains: 33.5g, watches: 36.9g £300-£500 414. A jewellery box containing a large collection of costume jewellery to include a gold fancy link Guard chain, two gold bar brooches, a Ruskin gilt metal turquoise blue ceramic plaque brooch, an aesthetic movement brooch set with a simulated opal cabochon, a collection of silver and agate brooches, a silver agate bracelet, a single row of graduated seed pearls necklace, a Victorian silver locket on chain, a silver Modernist brooch and bracelet having circular disks with butterfly wing cabochons, costume brooch etc (qty). Gold brooch: 3.9g £80-£120

411. A jewellery box containing a collection of gold and costume jewellery to include a 9ct gold rope chain necklace, a Victorian gold belcher chain with applied tag marked 9c, a gold picture locket with bow detail bale marked 9ct, a Victorian 9ct gold crescent brooch, a 9ct gold locket on chain, two front and back heart shaped lockets, a paste stone brooch, a Victorian plaited hair bracelet with gold cased buckle closure, a Victorian silver hinge bangle, a 9ct gold ladies mechanical Regency watch on later expanding bracelet etc (qty), 9ct gold total weight: 32.3g £300-£400

415. A collection of assorted silver and gold jewellery to include a gold single stone sapphire stick pin, a synthetic sapphire three stone bar brooch marked 9ct, a pair of shell cameo, a gold single stone diamond ring marked 18ct and a collection of silver jewellery including a silver charm bracelet with a large quantity of silver charms, a Victorian silver hinge bangle with raised boss section, a single paste stone bar brooch, several single bangles, an articulated fish brooch etc, sapphire stick pin: 2.0g, three stone brooch: 4.4g, ring: 2.3g, earrings: 4.0g, 15ct bar brooch: 1.5g £200-£300

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416. A collection of costume jewellery to including a single row amethyst bead necklace, five assorted amber or copal bead necklaces, three assorted freeform twig coral necklaces, an Art Nouveau style blue cabochon pendant on chain, a large silver crucifix, a Continental silver painted miniature of a young child, paste stone necklaces, rings and brooches etc £100-£200 417. A collection of costume jewellery to include a Victorian gold and enamel locket brooch, with plaited hair to the centre, a blue ceramic and silver coloured bead necklace, two Art Deco yellow glasses bead necklaces, a green foiled and glass bead necklace, a single row of simulated pearls and a gilt metal multicoloured paste stone necklace etc, brooch: 11.2g £60-£90

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418. A Norwegian David Andersen silver and enamel hummingbird brooch purple and yellow enamel bird to a white and blue enamel flower, stamped to the reverse David Andersen, Norway, Sterling 925S, together with a David Andersen silver gilt and enamel bracelet, formed with alternate rectangular green guilloche panel links and square stylised flower motif panels, stamped David Andersen, Norway, Sterling. 925S and a single green enamel shamrock charm stamped 925S (3), brooch diameter approx: 5.6cm, bracelet approx: 19.5cm £120-£180 419. A collection of gold amethyst and citrine jewellery to include a gold single stone amethyst ring marked 9ct, a silver single stone citrine ring in the style of Bernard Instone, the citrine rub set with a garland of buds and leafs to its surround with pierced shoulders and a reeded shank, a silver single stone amethyst cabochon ring, a silver amethyst and citrine wreath brooch, a pair of single stone oval cut amethyst cut screw back earrings and a gold three stone amethyst necklace (a/f) (qty), 9ct gold items: 14.7g including stones £70-£90 420. A collection of costume jewellery to include a Scottish agate panel and brooch converted from a bracelet, a Victorian shell cameo brooch with vacant locket verso, a single row coral bead necklace, a pair of paste and marcasite clips, a malachite pendant, A pair of paste stone cufflinks, a single row of simulated pearls, a silver signet ring, two faux coral brooches, an onyx signet ring market 9ct, a banded agate brooch and several gilt metal chains etc, ring: 45.0g £50-£80

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423. An early 19th century mahogany cased pocket compass circular paper dial and blue steel needle under glass, in a hinged square case, 5.5 x 5.5cm £50-£80

421. London Sketch Club. An autograph album of approx. thirty five original signed sketches and watercolours by members of the club belonging to Miss Barbara Dickson to include George Studdy ‘Bonzo’, Charles Robinson, Heath Robinson et al. c.1920 containing sketches and watercolours by Charles D. Ward (1872-1935), Charles Robinson (1870-1937), Edgar L Pattison (1872 - ?), A.K. Macdonald, ? Harrison, Wilton Williams, W. K. Haselden, Percy V Bradshaw, Fred Buchanan, I Hassalt, Harold Earnshaw, Arthur Ferrier, George Studdy ‘Bonzo’, J Bury, Thomas Downey, Aubrey Hammond (1893-1940), Alfred ?, J Mac Wilson, H. Cowhan, Alex Lawson, E Lander, Herbert Pierpont, W. Heath Robinson (1872-1944) ‘The Young Ostrich’, E R Brightwell, Fred Taylor, George Pailly, Rupert Harvey, Walter Churcher, etc., 16.5 x 10cm £600-£800 422. A late 18th century Irish brass cased pocket sundial compass by Lynch, Dublin the 2/12 inch silvered dial with steel needle, having folding pierced gnomon and brass chapter ring with Roman numerals, signed Lynch Dublin, diameter 7.9cm £140-£180

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424. ‘A New Plan of London, Westminster and Southwark; 1810’ a folding map in sixteen sections backed on linen, engraving with hand colouring, published by Laurie & Whittle, 53 Fleet Street, London, 41.5 x 64.5cm £80-£120 425. A Carette & Cie Gauge 2 ‘Storkleg’ Live Steam 2-2-0 tinplate locomotive and tender c.1910 green livery with spirit burner, safety valve and lever reverse from cab, accompanied with a Carette for Bassett-Lowke four wheel lithographed high sided GN open wagon and a quantity of track, engine length 28cm £100-£200 426. A Victoria yellow wax Great Seal of England double sided, contained in a japanned metal skippet, diameter 17.2cm £50-£80 427. Two 9ct gold propelling pencils comprising a engine turned decorated example, with polished nib and final, engraved with initials and presentation inscription and another similar example (2), total weight approx: 52.2g £200-£250

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429 428 432. A Jimmy Choo silk scarf brown ground with a printed leopard print marked Jimmy Choo with original tag, 85cm x 88cm £80-£120

430 428. A Louis Vuitton ‘Bisten’ Monogram leather hard suitcase trimmed in brown studded leather, the brass clasp stamped ‘LV’, the lock plate stamped ‘1081324’ with key, with interior housing lift-out linen lined tray, internal sticker no. ‘1982362’ with original black canvas dustbag, 75cm x 49cm x 18cm £800-£1,200 429. A Louis Vuitton ‘Bisten’ Monogram leather hard suitcase trimmed in brown studded leather, the brass clasp stamped ‘LV’, the lock plate stamped ‘1087305’ with key, internal sticker no. ‘1982356’ with original black canvas dustbag, 75cm x 49cm x 18cm £800-£1,200

433. An Yves Saint Laurent ladies gilt quartz strap watch with heart shaped bezel and a white dial, printed Yves Saint Laurent as numerals, with a later added lizard effect strap and Guarantee card, No. 03290, together with a Christian Dior brown and caramel silk scarf, printed with the Dior logo (2), scarf approx: 68 x 68cm £50-£80

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434. An interesting collection of designer and luxury wallets, bags etc. comprising an L.K.Bennett metallic grey clutch bag, Asprey crocodile wallet, Gucci boxed fawn monogrammed purse with leather trim, an Aspinal red leather purse, a Smythson violet leather triple photo frame, a red lizard 1960s Mappin and Webb handbag and a Peter Kaiser red metallic handbag with additional strap (7), width of L.K.Bennett 32.5cm £80-£120

430. A Louis Vuitton monogram leather vanity case trimmed in brown studded leather, the brass clasp stamped ‘LV’, the lock plate stamped ‘1090476’ with key, internal sticker no. ‘1983685’ opens to reveal a fitted removable mirrored box sitting to the top section, below with three leather hoops, with key, 30cm x 22cm x 20cm £400-£600 431. A Gucci by Tom Ford horse bit tote handbag with maker’s monogrammed black canvas exterior and neon pink and black satin stripe, twin handled with black leather trim and large horse-bit flab closure, with sectioned zipped compartment the interior, with outer dust bag and Gucci carrier bag, authenticity number 129499001998, approximately 41cm x 21cm x 23cm £80-£120

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 435. A vintage Hermes boxed silk scarf and another the former scarf with swirling autumnal pattern and fawn trim contained in an original box, together with an YSL pale pink monogrammed silk scarf with darker pink trim (2), the former 88cm square approximately £60-£80

440. An early 19th century bound Bosun’s Persuader or Press Gang cosh rope bound hickory with a lead weighted end, length 41.2cm £70-£90 441. A Victorian ‘City of York’ painted turned wood truncheon transfer decorated with the Royal coat of arms and painted City of York, with VR cypher and dated 1862, length 43.4cm £70-£90

436. A Burberry canvas bucket shaped hat and coin purse the hat lined in a classic Burberry check together with a Burberry check coin purse with brown leather detailing (2), coin purse approx: 10cm £60-£80 437. An Art Deco Azute or Assyut 439 shawl, circa 1925 white cotton, with silver metal strip decoration designed with diamond and geometric patterns to a rolled hem, approx: 66cm x 266cm £50-£80 438. An early 20th century linen Union Jack flag 108 x 166cm £60-£80 439. A late 19th Century French three quarter size Nicholas Duchene violin with one piece curled maple back and scroll neck with tuning pegs, bears paper label for ‘Nicholas Duchene, A la Ville’ sold with a Hidersine canvas case, approx length: 54cm £400-£600

442. Two Victorian painted truncheons the first painted M.S.D. over 1868 in a gold cartouche against red for the Military Stores Department, Royal Arsenal Woolwich, second beairng the cross of St George (2), first length 45.4cm £80-£120 443. A 19th century copper coaching horn in original leather travel case length 122cm £40-£60 444. A tan leather gun case the red baize lined fitted interior fitted for 30” barrels, bears Cogswell & Harrison paper trade label, the case with reinforced corners and various travel labels, length 83cm £40-£60 445. An early 19th Tower New Land pattern flintlock holster pistol 8.25” steel barrel, plain plate stamped Tower and crowned GR, brass mounts, captive swivel ramrod, length 37cm £200-£400 446. A late 18th century steel barrelled flintlock blunderbuss 12” octagonal to round barrel with flared muzzle, walnut full stock with hatched decoration and butt plate, engraved swan neck cock, trigger guard with acorn finial, length 52cm £100-£150

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449. A First World War Distinguished Conduct group of five medals awarded to 55400/C.S. Mjr W.H.Elwick. R.E. comprising Distinguished Medal Conduct, 55400/C.S. Mjr W.H.Elwick. R.E., Territorial Force Efficiency Medal, 55400/C.S. Mjr W.H.Elwick. R.E., Victory Medal, 852 W.O CL.2 W.H. Elwick. R.E., 1914-1918 War Medal 852 W.O CL.2 W.H. Elwick. R.E. and 1914-15 Star 852 CPL W.H. Elwick. R.E., on ribbons (5) By descent £700-£900

448. A First World War Military Cross five medal group awarded to Capt. Arnold Crissey Staite 12th Battalion Manchester Regiment group form of Military Cross, G.V.R engraved to reverse Captain A.L. Staite 12th Bn The Manchester Regt August 1918, British War and Victory Medals, 1914-15 star and 1939-45 Defence medal, on ribbons accompanied by a set of dress miniatures, folding Amiens 17 Trench map etc. Published in the London Gazette 29/11/1918 T./Lt Arnold Crissey Staite, 12th Bn., Manch. R. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He commanded his company with marked skill and courage, and when the advance was held up he led them forward and completed the enemy demoralisation. Throughout he rendered valuable service. £800-£1,200

450. Two First World War medal groups and a folding Trench Map of Roclincourt first group awarded to T-21856 A. SJT. W. Hannam. A.S.C. formed of War medal, Victory Medal and 1914 star with 5th Aug-22nd Nov. clasp, on ribbons and with ribbon bar accompanied by Discharge certificate character certificate etc. second warded to GS-8 80403 PTE. A.C. Porter R.Fus. formed of formed of War medal, Victory Medal on ribbons with ribbon bar, etc., together with a small collection of related paper work (qty) £80-£120 451. An American five dollar gold coin dated 1901 hard soldered with bale, weight: 9.0g £200-£300 452. A 1787 George III guinea gold coin with spade shield on the reverse., weight: 8.3g £200-£250 453. A Victorian shield back sovereign dated 1864 total weight approx: 7.9g £240-£280

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454. Solomon Islands: A set of 12 gold plated .999 silver 25 dollar coins commemorating The Golden History of Powered Flight in capsules and in fitted case, weight approx. 13.9ozt £100-£200

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 455. The Royal Mint - two sets of 12 silver proof coin sets commemorating the Queen’s 80th Birthday comprising the 80 Glorious Years twelve £5 coin proof set and the Queen’s 80th Birthday silver coin collection, both in capsules and fitted cases with certificates (24), total weight approx. 21.54ozt £200-£300

456. The Royal Mint - The History of the British Navy, a set of 18 .925 silver £5 proof coins 2003-2005, in capsules and in a fitted wooden case with lift out tray, weight approx. 16.38ozt £200-£300

457. The Royal Mint - A .925 silver proof twenty six coin set commemorating the Queen’s 80th Birthday in capsules with certificates, in fitted in case with lift out tray, weight approx. 23ozt £200-£300 458. The Royal Mint - A set of sixteen .925 silver plated in 24 carat gold proof coins commemorating the Queen’s 80th Birthday and the H.M. Queen Elizabeth II Golden Moments eight silver coin proof set, in capsules with certificates in fitted cases (24), weight approx. 21ozt £200-£250

459. Royal Mint - A collection of silver and other Royal commemorative proof coins silver coins comprising the 2007 Diamond Wedding 60 diamond pave set .999 silver 5 oz commemorative medallion, 2006 Gibraltar Queen Elizabeth II 80th Birthday 5 oz £10 coin set with brilliant cut 10 point diamond, the Diamond Wedding six coin £5 set, 2000 Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother Centenary Year Piedfort Crown, 2002 Golden Jubilee crown, 2006 22 carat gold plated silver and jewelled Queens Eightieth Birthday Golden Crown, 2006 Eightieth Birthday crown, 2007 Diamond Wedding Piedfort Crown, 2007 Diamond Wedding crown, 2007 Nauru Diamond Wedding 5 dollars, 2008 Tristan Da Cunha gold plated ‘Queens Titles’ crown, together with the 2011 The Royal Wedding 24ct gold plated cupro-nickel coin set, 2012 Diamond Jubilee 24 carat gold plated copper coin set, The Cooks Islands 24ct gold plated cupro-nickel coins: 2007 Diamond Wedding Photographic Portrait set, 2007 Wedding Day Portrait Five Dollars and 2012 Diamond Jubilee Five dollars, etc., mostly in capsules with certificates in fitted cases (qty), weight approx. 24ozt £300-£350

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460. Royal Mint - A collection of silver and other commemorative proof coins silver coins comprising the 2009 D-Day Landings 5oz Britannia Coin, 2010 65th Anniversary of VE Day Silver 5oz Britannia coin, 2010 Douglas Bader centenary three coin set, History of the RAF six £5 coin set, 2001 silver Proof Victorian Anniversary Crown, Jersey 2008 The Royal British Legion .999 silver £5 Poppy Coin, 2006 Great Britons £5 five coin set, 2008 Gibraltar The Wars of The Roses £5, 2010 Countdown to London 2012 silver proof, three Celebration of Britain silver proof £5 coins, together with Turks & Caicos 24ct gold plated copper The Crown jewels coin collection, Cook Islands 2009 The History of the Royal Family coloured portrait 24ct gold plated cupro-nickel coin collection, East Carribbean States 2003-4 Great British Military Leaders 24 carat gold plated Cupro-nickel Piedfort coin set, etc., mostly in capsules, with certificates in fitted cases (qty), weight approx. 29ozt £350-£450 461. Royal Mint - Silver and other proof coin sets silver coins comprising 2008 One pound coin 25th anniversary silver proof collection, 2008 United Kingdom coinage Emblems of Great Britain silver proof collection, 2008 United Kingdom coinage Royal Shield of Arms silver proof collection, six 1oz silver Britannia £2 coins, 1889 Victoria Crown, Hong Kong 1902 One dollar, South Georgia & South Sandwich Islands 2006 £2, Guernsey 2006 80th Birthday £5, together with The Changing Face of Britain’s Coinage, Golden edition, The 2009 UK Proof Twelve Coin Set to include the Kew Gardens 50p, in capsules and fitted cases (qty), weight approx. 16ozt £300-£500 462. Royal Mint- A collection of silver proof coins comprising 1984 £1 Piedfort, 1985 £1 Piedfort, 1990 five pence Piedfort, 1995 £2 Piedfort, 1996 £2 A celebration of football, 1998: £2 proof, £1 Piedfort, fifty pence Piedfort, 2000 £1 Piedfort, 2 x 2002 £2 Commonwealth Games, 2 x 2005 £5 Nelson Piedfort, 2006: 2 x The Victoria Cross Heroic Acts Fifty pence, £2 Brunel “The Achievement” Piedfort, £1 coin, 2007: £2 Britannia, £2 Abolition of Slavery Piedfort, £2 300th Anniversary of the Act of Union, fifty pence Scouts Be Prepared Piedfort, fifty pence Scouts Be Prepared, £1 proof, 2008: £5 Queen Elizabeth I Piedfort, £5 Queen Elizabeth I, £2 Olympic Games Handover Ceremony, 2 x £1 Royal Shield of Arms and £1 proof, in capsules and fitted boxes (qty), weight approx. 18ozt £200-£250

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463. Queen Elizabeth II Platinum Wedding Anniversary three gold coin set comprising 1957 full sovereign, Gibraltar 2017 full sovereign and Gibraltar 2017 half sovereign, slabbed, in a fitted case, weight approx 19.7g £600-£800 464.  Sir Walter Scott, The Waverley Novels Edinburgh, n.d c.1890, W.P. Nimo, Hay, & Mitchell, octavo, red half calf with red marbled boards, gilt tooled spine with raised bands, 13 vols £100-£150 465.  G. W.(ateson) A Rich Storehouse or treasurie for the diseased … First foorth for the benefit and comfort of the poorer sort of people … and now seventhly aug. and inl. by A.T. … the dedication by Ralph Blower London, 1630, printed by Richard Badger, for Philemon Stephens and Christopher Meredith, octavo, later half calf with marbled boards, pp.317 £200-£300 466.  Nicholas Culpepper, The English Physician Enlarged with three hundred and sixty-nine Medicines made of English Herbs London, 1794, octavo, half calf with marbled boars, pp. 345, together with William Nisbet, The Clinical Guide…, Edinburgh, 1796, half calf with marbled boards, pp.357 and A. Corn. Celsus De Medicina, Edinburgh, 1814 half calf with marbled boards, 2 vols (4) £80-£120 467.  The Letters of Marcus Tullius cicero to Several of his friends: with remarks by William Melmoth, in three volumes London, 1753, first edition, octavo, full contemporary calf with gilt tooled spine with five raised bands, pp.477 + 383 + 468 (3) £200-£250

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Auction of City of Westminster London Street Signs 17th February - 3rd March We are delighted to be selling over 250 London Street Signs on behalf of Westminster Council. These are to be sold in an on-line timed auction on the-saleroom.com and on catherinesouthon.co.uk. Each enamel sign bears the iconic black and red sans serif lettering created by Sir Misha Black in 1967 which is unique to the Westminster signs and under copyright law, forbidden to be copied anywhere else in the world. Each lot is sold with a certificate of authentication. For further information please contact 020 8468 1010.

1. † Abbey Road NW8 44 x 78cm £1000-2000

14. † Beethovan Street W10 44.3 x 78.7cm £60-100

2. † Alderney Street SW1 44 x 81.2cm £80-120

15. † Belgrave Place SW1 44.2 x 73.8cm £80-120

3. † Alexander Mews W2 44 x 80.5cm £80-120

16. † Belgrave Place SW1 44.3 x 74cm £70-90

4. † Alperton Street W10 44 x 82.6cm £80-120

17. † Belgrave Place SW1 44 x 74cm £80-120

5. † Ambrosden Avenue SW1 44 x 87cm £80-120

18. † Belgrave Road SW1 44.2 x 71.4cm £60-80

6. † Asbridge Street NW8 44 x 86.4cm £70-100

19. † Bennett’s Yard SW1 44 x 74cm £50-80

7. † Ashworth Road W9 44.3 x 77cm £80-120

20. † Biddulph Road W9 44.3 x 71.2cm £80-120

8. † Avery Row W1 44 x 71cm £60-80

21. † Bishop’s Bridge Road W2 43.4 x 108.5cm £80-120

9. † Bankery Court WC2 52.5 x 84.3cm £80-120

22. † Bishop’s Road W2 44 x 190.4cm £80-120

10. † Barnsdale Road W9 44.4 x 82.2cm £80-120

23. † Bishops Bridge Road W2 44.5 x 111cm £80-120

11. † Barrett Street W1 44 x 74cm £80-120

24. † Bishops Bridge Road W2 52.7 x 71.7cm £80-120

12. † Bateman Street W1 44 x 75cm £70-90

25. † Blackburne’s Mews W1 44.4 x 101.6cm £60-80

13. † Beaumont Mews W1 44 x 79cm £80-120

26. † Blomfield Road W9 44 x 76.5cm £80-120

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67. † Chester Row SW1 44 x 71.5cm £60-100

28. † Blomfield Road W9 44 x 78cm £80-120

68. † Chester Row SW1 44 x 72cm £70-100

29. † Blomfield Villas SW1 44 x 88cm £70-90

69. † Chester Square SW1 44 x 86.5cm £70-90

30. † Blomfield Villas W2 44.2 x 77.6cm £60-80

70. † Chester Square SW1 44 x 86.5cm £70-90

31. † Bloomfield Terrace SW1 44.1 x 86.3cm £70-90

71. † Chichester Street SW1 44.5 x 83.4cm £60-100

32. † Bloomfield Terrace SW1 44.3 x 91.6cm £70-90

72. † Chippenham Road W9 44.5 x 87.7cm £80-120

33. † Boldero Place NW8 46 x 79cm £60-80

73. † Churton Place SW1 44.5 x 75cm £60-80

34. † Bolsover Street W1 44 x 76.1cm £70-90

74. † Circus Road NW2 44.3 x 76.5cm £60-80

35. † Boscobel Street NW8 44.3 x 86.1cm £50-80

75. † Clarendon Street SW1 58.3 x 82.2cm £80-100

36. † Bourne Terrace W2 44.5 x 86.3cm £80-120

76. † Clifton Gardens W9 44.3 x 88.9cm £80-120

37. † Bravington Place SW9 44 x 81.3cm £80-120

77. † Clifton Gardens W9 44.5 x 89cm £80-120

38. † Bravington Road W9 44.5 x 86.7cm £60-100

78. † Clifton Gardens W9 44.5 x 89cm £60-80

39. † Bravington Road W9 44.5 x 87cm £60-80

79. † Clifton Gardens W9 46 x 71cm £30-40

40. † Bravington Road W9 39 x 71cm £40-60

80. † Clifton Road W9 44 x 71.5cm £60-80

41. † Brendon Street W1 44.5 x 74.7cm £70-90

81. † Clifton Road W9 44 x 71cm £70-90

42. † Broadley Street NW8 44.2 x 86.5cm £80-120

82. † Clipstone Mews W1 44.1 x 71.3cm £60-100

43. † Broadley Street NW8 44 x 86cm £80-120

83. † Conduit Court WC2 44 x 81.4cm £80-120

44. † Bruckner Street W10 44 x 81.5cm £70-90

84. † Coomassie Road W9 44.5 x 80cm £70-90

45. † Caird Street W10 44 x 83cm £70-90

85. † Craven Terrace W2 44 x 86.5cm £60-80

46. † Cambridge Steet 44 x 81cm £80-120

86. † Croxley Road W9 44 x 71cm £80-100

47. † Cambridge Street SW1 30.7 x 152.7cm £100-150

87. † Culross Street W1 44.3 x 76.3cm £80-120

48. † Cambridge Street SW1 44.5 x 82.7cm £60-100

88. † Culross Street W1 44.3 x 76.3cm £80-120

49. † Cambridge Street SW1 44.5 x 82.7cm £60-100

89. † Cureton Street SW1 44 x 81cm £60-100

50. † Cambridge Street SW1 44 x 81cm £60-100

90. † Cuthbert Street 44 x 76.5cm £80-120

51. † Carlton Vale NW6 44 x 75cm £80-120

91. † Dean Stanley Street SW1 58.5 x 99cm £70-90

52. † Carlton Vale NW6 44 x 75cm £70-100

92. † Delamere Terrace W2 44 x 86cm £80-120

53. † Castellain Road W9 44.5 x 80.5cm £60-80

93. † Delaware Road W9 44 x 75.5cm £60-90

54. † Castellain Road W9 44.5 x 80.5cm £70-90

94. † Delaware Road W9 44 x 75cm £50-80

55. † Causton Street SW1 44 x 81.5cm £80-120

95. † Denbigh Street SW1 30 x 124.5cm £60-100

56. † Causton Street SW1 44 x 82cm £80-120

96. † Denbigh Street SW1 44.4 x 81.6cm £80-120

57. † Causton Street SW1 44 x 81.5cm £60-80

97. † Denbigh Street SW1 44 x 81.5cm £80-120

58. † Celbridge Mews W2 44 x 76.5cm £70-90

98. † Douglas Street SW1 44.2 x 81.3cm £80-120

59. † Celbridge Mews W2 44.3 x 76.4cm £70-90

99. † Douglas Street SW1 44 x 81.5cm £80-120

60. † Chados Street W1 44.1 x 71.3cm £60-80

100. † Douglas Street SW1 44 x 81.5cm £70-100

61. † Chandos Street W1 44 x 71.5cm £60-80

101. † Dowland Street W10 44 x 83cm £70-90

62. † Charles Street W1 44 x 76.5cm £70-90

102. † Droop Street W10 44 x 82.5cm £70-90

63. † Charlwood Street SW1 44 x 86.4cm £80-120

103. † Dutchess Mews W1 44 x 71cm £80-120

64. † Chesham Place SW1 44.2 x 73.4cm £50-80

104. † Dutchess Street W1 44 x 75.5cm £80-120

65. † Chesham Place SW1 44 x 73.4cm £60-100

105. † Dutchess Street W1 44 x 75.5cm £80-120

66. † Chester Row SW1 44.3 x 71.2cm £80-120

106. † Dutchess Street W1 44 x 77cm £80-120

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107. † Dutchess Street W1 44 x 77cm £80-120

138. † Fifth Avenue W10 51.8 x 84cm £60-80

108. † Eaton Mews North SW1 44.3 x 92cm £80-120

139. † Fifth Avenue W10 49.5 x 86cm £60-80

109. † Eaton Place SW1 44.5 x 74cm £80-120

140. † Fifth Avenue W10 49.5 x 86cm £60-80

110. † Eaton Place SW1 44 x 74cm £80-120

141. † Fifth Avenue W10 52 x 84cm £60-80

111. † Eaton Place SW1 44 x 74cm £80-120

142. † Fifth Avenue W10 49.5 x 86cm £70-90

112. † Eaton Terrace SW1 44 x 92cm £80-120

143. † Fifth Avenue W10 44.5 x 86.5cm £70-90

113. † Eaton Terrace SW1 44 x 92cm £60-80

144. † Fifth Avenue W10 44.5 x 86.5cm £70-90

114. † Ebury Bridge Road SW1 44.3 x 99.3cm £70-90

145. † Fifth Avenue W10 49 x 86.5cm £60-80

115. † Ebury Bridge SW1 44 x 83cm £60-80

146. † for Luxborough Street W1 71 x 39.5cm £60-90

116. † Ebury Street SW1 44.4 x 81.5cm £70-90

147. † for Marylands Road W9 39 x 74cm £60-80

117. † Ebury Street SW1 44 x 81.5cm £60-80

148. † Formosa Street W9 44.2 x 78.7cm £80-120

118. † Eccleston Bridge SW1 44.2 x 82.7cm £80-120

149. † Formosa Street W9 44 x 79cm £50-70

119. † Eccleston Place SW1 44 x 77cm £60-80

150. † Gillingham Street SW1 44.2 x 84cm £60-80

120. † Eccleston Square SW1 45 x 85.5cm £70-90

151. † Gillingham Street SW1 44 x 84cm £60-80

121. † Eccleston Square SW1 44.5 x 85.5cm £70-90

152. † Glentworth Street NW1 44.5 x 91.5cm £50-80

122. † Eccleston Square SW1 44.5 x 85cm £70-90

153. † Gloucester Gardens W2 44.4 x 89.3cm £100-150

123. † Eccleston Street SW1 44 x 81.5cm £60-80

154. † Goodwin’s Court WC2 44.5 x 81cm £80-120

124. † Edbrooke Road W9 44 x 75cm £70-90

155. † Graham Terrace SW1 44 x 91cm £80-120

125. † Elgin Avenue W9 44.4 x 81.5cm £70-100

156. † Groom Place SW1 31 x 121cm £60-80

126. † Elgin Avenue W9 44 x 81cm £70-90

157. † Groom Place SW1 30.5 x 120cm £80-120

127. † Elgin Avenue W9 44 x 81.5cm £70-90

158. † Hatherley Street SW1 44.4 x 81.5cm £60-90

128. † Elgin Avenue W9 44.5 x 81.7cm £50-80

159. † Herrick Street SW1 44 x 81.5cm £60-80

129. † Ennismore Gardens SW7 44 x 97cm £60-80

160. † Herrick Street SW1 44 x 81.5cm £60-80

130. † Erasmus Street SW1 44 x 82cm £70-90

161. † Hertford Street W1 44 x 76cm £60-80

131. † Exeter Street WC2 44 x 86cm £80-120

162. † Holbein Place SW1 44 x 74cm £80-120

132. † Fifth Avenue (Nos 66-2) W10 52 x 87.5cm £60-80

163. † Holbein Place SW1 44 x 75cm £80-120

133. † Fifth Avenue 67-165 W10 49 x 86.5cm £60-80

164. † John Islip Street SW1 44.5 x 81.5cm £60-80

134. † Fifth Avenue 68-170 W10 49 x 86.5cm £60-80

165. † Kensington Gore SW7 44 x 87cm £70-100

135. † Fifth Avenue 9-165 W10 49 x 86.5cm £60-80

166. † Lanark Road W9 44.5 x 71.3cm £70-90

136. † Fifth Avenue W10 49.5 x 86.5cm £60-80

167. † Lisle Street WC2 44 x 84cm £70-90

137. † Fifth Avenue W10 49.5 x 86cm £60-80

168. † Lisle Street WC2 44 x 84cm £60-80

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169. † Lord Hills Road W2 44.4 x 83cm £80-120

200. † Porchester Mews W2 44.5 x 86.5cm £80-120

170. † Loudoun Road NW8 44.3 x 76.5cm £60-80

201. † Princes Gate SW7 44 x 71cm £80-120

171. † Lower Belgrave Street SW1 57.5 x 82cm £80-120

202. † Quebec Mews W1 30 x 116.5cm £60-100

172. † Lupus Street SW1 44.5 x 81.5cm £60-80

203. † Queens Gate SW7 31 x 122cm £60-80

173. † Lupus Street SW1 44.4 x 81.6cm £50-80

204. † Randolph Avenue W9 44.5 x 81.6cm £60-100

174. † Lupus Street SW1 44 x 82cm £60-80

205. † Randolph Avenue W9 44.4 x 81.7cm £70-90

175. † MacFarren Place NW1 44 x 81.5cm £80-120

206. † Randolph Avenue W9 44.5 x 81.5cm £50-80

176. † MacFarren Place NW1 44 x 81cm £70-90

207. † Randolph Avenue W9 52.5 x 82.8cm £60-100

177. † Marban Road W9 44.4 x 71.3cm £70-90

208. † Randolph Avenue W9 43.7 x 79cm £60-100

178. † Marban Road W9 44 x 73cm £60-80

209. † Salisbury Street NW8 44.5 x 86.5cm £80-120

179. † Marsham Street SW1 44 x 81.5cm £60-80

210. † Salisbury Street NW8 44.5 x 86.5cm £60-80

180. † Marsham Street SW1 44 x 81.5cm £60-80

211. † Salisbury Street NW8 44.5 x 86.5cm £60-80

181. † Marylands Road W9 44.3 x 85.4cm £80-120

212. † Savoy Place WC2 44 x 78cm £80-120

182. † Maunsel Street SW1 44 x 81.7cm £70-90

213. † South Eaton Place SW1 44 x 94cm £80-120

183. † Milford Lane WC2 44 x 74cm £60-90

214. † South Eaton Place SW1 44 x 94cm £70-90

184. † Monck Street SW1 44.3 x 81.5cm £60-80

215. † South Eaton Place SW1 44.4 x 94cm £70-100

185. † Montpelier Mews SW7 44.1 x 66cm £70-100

216. † South Molton Lane W1 58 x 71cm £80-120

186. † Montpelier Street SW7 44.3 x 86.7cm £80-120

217. † St Barnabas Street SW1 44 x 94cm £80-120

187. † Montpelier Street SW7 44.3 x 86.7cm £80-120

218. † St Edmund’s Terrace W8 44 x 95.5cm £70-90

188. † Moxon Street W1 44 x 73.6cm £60-80

219. † St George’s Drive SW1 44 x 86.5cm £70-120

189. † New Cavendish Street W1 44.5 x 108cm £60-80

220. † St George’s Drive SW1 44 x 86.5cm £80-120

190. † Newcastle Place W2 44.3 x 81.2cm £60-100

221. † St. Barnabas Street SW1 44 x 96.5cm £60-80

191. † Newton Road W2 58.1 x 71.5cm £70-90

222. † St. Barnabas Street SW1 44 x 96.5cm £80-120

192. † Old Palace Yard SW1 44 x 96.5cm £80-120

223. † Stanford Street SW1 44 x 81cm £70-90

193. † Ordnance Hill NW8 44.4 x 77.3cm £60-100

224. † Storey’s Gate SW1 44 x 71cm £70-90

194. † Penfold Street NW1 44 x 81.4cm £70-100

225. † Surrendale Place W9 44.5 x 89cm £70-90

195. † Penfold Street NW8 44.3 x 86.5cm £60-100

226. † Sutherland Avenue W9 44 x 89.3cm £80-120

196. † Pimlico Road SW1 44.3 x 71 £100-200

227. † Sutherland Avenue W9 44 x 89.3cm £80-120

197. † Pimlico Road SW1 44 x 71cm £80-120

228. † Sutherland Avenue W9 44.4 x 93cm £80-120

198. † Pimlico Road SW1 44.5 x 71cm £80-120

229. † Sunderland Avenue 38.6 x 74.2cm £80-120

199. † Pindock Mews W9 44 x 71cm £60-80

230. † Sutherland Place 44 x 88.5cm £60-80

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254. † Warwick Way SW1 43.5 x 71cm £80-120

232. † Sutherland Street SW1 44.2 x 88.3cm £60-100

255. † Warwick Way SW1 44.4 x 72.7cm £80-120

233. † Talbot Road W2 44.5 x 71.4cm £60-100

256. † Warwick Way SW1 44 x 71.5cm £60-80

234. † Talbot Road W2 44.5 x 71.5cm £60-100

257. † Wellbeck Street W1 44 x 74cm £70-90

235. † Tanner Lane W2 44.5 x 77cm £50-70

258. † Wells Mews W1 44 x 71cm £70-100

236. † Tanner Lane W2 44.5 x 77cm £50-80

259. † West Halkin Street SW1 44 x 92cm £60-80

237. † Tavistock Crescent W11 38.8 x 78.7cm £50-100

260. † West Mews SW1 31.5 x 111cm £60-80

238. † Tavistock Road W11 44.5 x 76.5cm £80-120

261. † Westbourne Park Road W11 44.5 x 129.8cm £70-100

239. † Third Avenue W10 44 x 86.5cm £80-120

262. † Westbourne Park Road W2 44.3 x 129.8cm £100-200

240. † Tolhurst Drive W10 44 x 79cm £70-100

263. † Westbourne Terrace W2 44.3 x 91.5cm £80-120

241. † Tothill Street SW1 44 x 82cm £60-80

264. † Westbourne Terrace W2 44.5 x 89.3cm £80-120

242. † Townsend Road 44.5 x 87cm £80-120

265. † Westbourne Terrace W2 44 x 93cm £80-120

243. † Townshend Road NW8 44.5 x 86.5cm £60-80

266. † Western Mews W9 44 x 72cm £80-120

244. † Trevor Square SW7 30.5 x 127cm £80-120

267. † Widley Road W9 44.3 x 71.4cm £60-80

245. † Trevor Walk SW7 43 x 79cm £80-120

268. † Widley Road W9 44.3 x 71.4cm £80-100

246. † Tufton Street SW1 44.4 x 81.6cm £70-100

269. † Widley Road W9 44.3 x 71.4cm £60-80

247. † Turpentine Lane SW1 44 x 85cm £70-100

270. † Wilton Mews SW1 31 x 125cm £60-80

248. † Tyler’s Court W1 44 x 71cm £60-80

271. † Wilton Mews SW1 30.5 x 124cm £60-80

249. † Tyler’s Court W1 44 x 71cm £70-90

272. † Winchester Street SW1 44 x 88.5cm £80-120

250. † Upper Brook Street W1 44 x 96.5cm £60-80

273. † Winsley Street W1 44 x 76cm £50-70

251. † Venables Street NW8 44 x 86.5cm £80-120

274. † Woodchester Square W2 44.5 x 99cm £70-90

252. † Warrington Crescent W9 44.5 x 93cm £60-80

275. † Woodfield Road W9 44 x 81cm £60-80

253. † Warwick Square SW1 44 x 85.4cm £80-120

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

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

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

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

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

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

2. SALE PREPARATION

(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


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), 

12. MISCELLANEOUS

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

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

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

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

CONDITIONS OF BUSINESS FOR BUYERS 1. INTRODUCTION

3. EXAMINATION OF LOTS

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

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

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

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

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

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

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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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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