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Antiques & Collectables Thursday 15th November at 11.00am TO BE HELD AT THE CHATEAU, COOMBE LANE, CROYDON, SURREY CR0 5RE

Antiques & Collectables Thursday 15th November at 11.00am VIEWING Wednesday 14th November 10am - 6pm Thursday 15th November 9am - 11am

T O B E H E L D AT T H E C H AT E A U , C O O M B E L A N E , C R O Y D O N , S U R R E Y C R 0 5 R E


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Welcome to Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Specialist:

Catherine Southon MA


Mark Stacey Susan Rothwell

Sale Administrator:

Nicola Minney

Auction Enquiries and Information:

07596 332978 07808 737694 Email:

Auction Venue:

The Chateau, Coombe Lane, Croydon, Surrey, CR0 5RE Tel: 020 8686 1244 (venue enquiries only)

Registered Office:

Lygon House, 50 London Road, Bromley, Kent, BR1 3RA

Forthcoming Valuation Days:

Second Friday of every month starting 14th December 2012 St Marks Hall, Braemar Gardens, West Wickham, Kent 12.15 - 2.15pm

19th January 2013 Warlingham Church Hall, 399 Limpsfield Road, Warlingham, Surrey

AUCTIONS We hold regular Antiques and Collectables Auctions, with colour catalogues, on-line catalogues and Live bidding. These auctions take place regularly at The Chateau, Coombe Lane, Shirley Hills, Surrey CR0 5RE. This venue has plently of free parking and is a short taxi ride from East Croydon Station with directly links to London. The Company trades as Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd. The Company’s registered office is: Lygon House, 50 London Road, Bromley, BR1 3RA. Company Registration Number 08020183. Registered in England and Wales.

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Furniture & Decorative Works of Art (LOTS 1-38)


1. An early 19th century mirror probably Dutch, with satinwood marquetry inlay of flower heads and foliage, 48 x 56cm. £100-£150

3. A mahogany three fold screen English, 19th century, each of the three hinged panels with moulded decoration, height 142cm £80-£120 2. An Edwardian glass light shade, English, circa 1910, the opaline glass with pale pink ground decorated with berries, fruit and foliage in pale pink and orange hues, with three hanging chains, diameter 41cm. £100-£150

4. A good Victorian figured walnut piano top Davenport English, circa 1870, of typical form, the lift up top opening to reveal drawers, ink well, pen tray and a pull out writing slope on adjustable easel back with rising section to back, four real and four faux drawers to the sides, carved scroll decoration to the front, raised on cup feet and original castors, height 93cm £700-£1,000

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7 5. A domed canvas covered trunk early 20th century, with interior fitted shelf, with luggage label and leather straps, width 81cm. £40-£60 6. A petite two seater hall settee British, circa 1930, in 17th century style with arched back, the bobbin turned arms above barley sugar twist base united by stretchers, with local upholstery, length 107cm £80-£120 7. A yew and elm Windsor comb back chair early 19th century, height 100cm. £100-£150



9 8. A set of six Niels Koefoed for Hornslet ‘Ingrid’ rosewood dining chairs Danish, 1960s, with original cream upholstery, height 104cm £200-£300 9. An American mahogany shelf clock 2nd half 19th century, the clock dial with Roman numerals, with a reverse painting on glass of Boston, height 65.5cm £40-£60

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10. A Jaeger Le-Coultre mantel clock Swiss, circa 1965, signed on the dial JAEGER LE COULTRE, rectangular shaped with brass and orange wood effect resin case, 8-day movement, circular brass dial with black Roman numerals enclosed within glass bezel surrounded by Greek key motif, with detail to the base of the case depicting a brass urn flanked by drinking swans to the base of the case, stepped base raised on four circular feet, height 18.5cm £150-£200

11. A French brass carriage clock late 19th century, the dial with transfer printed arabic numerals, the bevelled glass case with pierced brass floral decoration to the interior, with key, height 14.5cm £100-£120

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12. A Victorian wooden work box English, late 19th century, of domed form with handle, the lid lifting up to reveal storage, and a drawer below, height 23.5cm £40-£60 13. A rosewood work box English, late 19th century, with silk lined interior tray with compartments, lifting out to reveal storage area below, width 28cm £40-£60

14. A faux coromandel writing box English, late 19th century, the hinged lid opening to reveal a baize covered slope (later), the slope lifting up to reveal makers name Cormack Brothers 37 Ludgate Hill London, with pen tray and two brass topped faceted glass ink wells, with key and brass key escutcheon, and brass plaque to lid, length 36cm £40-£50



17. An Edwardian glazed walnut display desk calendar English, circa 1910, of rectangular form with three apertures for displaying day, date and month printed on fabric, with pediment and stepped base, height 31cm £60-£80

15. A large wooden desk stand late 19th century, with central pen/pencil holder flanked by two large square glass ink wells with faceted shoulders and lids, pen tray, with lockable sectioned letter rack to the rear, and lockable drawer, together with five fountain pens, width 41cm £40-£60

16. A walnut and brass bound writing desk English, late 19th century, opening up to reveal a tooled leather writing slope, with pen tray and singleglass and brass ink bottle, with brass plaque to the lid reading W.WILKIN XMAS 1886, width 40cm £80-£120


18. A George IV truncheon possibly Norfolk Constabulary with printed gilding depicting royal cypher, with turned handle and leather strap, together with a pipe carved with the head of Edward VII, length 43cm £80-£120

19. An early 20th century Mauchline style wooden box the lid overlaid with decorative transfer depicting the sea front at Dover, bordered by shells and foliage, together with a small leather booklet published by Joseph Levi & Son, London containing 12 litho photographic views of Dover, width of box 11.5cm £40-£50

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20. A mahogany tea caddy English, late 19th century, with cross banding to the lid, and three compartments to the interior, with brass carrying handle, together with another caddy with brass escutcheon and handle, the first width 24.5cm £60-£80

22. A pair of Eastern hard wood boxes early 20th century, each hinged cover carved with a horned beast, base with friezes of stylized animals, length 20.5cm £40-£60

21. A Black Forest smokers compendium late 19th century, the oval shaped case carved with flower sprays to the sides, surmounted by richly carved game birds, the lid opening up and the sides opening out to reveal four circular carved trays for containing tobacco, diameter 26.5cm £100-£150

23. A small pin cushion clamp English, late 19th century, the wooden clamp with faux tortoiseshell decoration with makers label, and fabric covered pin cushion, length 5.5cm £40-£60


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24. Three stained glass panels English, 19th century, of oval shaped form, one depicting three swords, another three lions, and the third a single lion (section missing), all surrounded by swags, flowers and foliage, height 38cm £40-£60

25. An Edwardian fireside companion stand ‘Nestor’ by the Kendrick foundry 20th century, the cast-iron figure modelled as a knight, with hook to reverse holding tongs, height 90cm £200-£300 A similar example was sold at Christies, lot 43 - 8th March 2000


26. A pair of brass candlesticks, Continental, early 20th century, each with leaf decorated drip pans, above stems with panels of ivy and circular sections, with shaped tripod base with swags, 35cm high £50-£80 27. A pair of brass candlesticks probably English, early 20th century, with figured stems of ladies and triform bases, together with a pair of brass of nut crackers with medieval design, a small brass bear, height of candlesticks 22cm £40-£50

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28. A fine and rare Franz Bergman cold painted bronze lamp of seated Arabs playing chess circa 1900, numbered and impressed with mark to reverse of Arab’s robe, with Moorish lamp with coloured glass hanging from simulated bamboo pole, the two Arabs seated on a bench playing chess one drinking the other concentrating on his next move, mounted on carpet, height 44cm £800-£1,200

29. A late 19th century bronze of a fox and a cockerel by Schropp German, signed on the base SCHROPP, depicting a snarling fox lying down and clutching a captured cockerel in his front paws, on an oval base, length 20cm £300-£400

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32. A good Victorian ‘Hunting Cup’ English, late 19th century, the cow horn cup with silver plated rim, mounted on a plated pedestal stand, height 36cm £80-£100 30. A bronze bust of a young peasant girl by Alfred Hardiman English, dated 1919, signed A.J. Hardiman, on marble plinth, height 17cm £100-£150 Alfred Frank Hardiman (1891-1949) known for his style of combining naturalism and classicism which he developed whilst studying at the British School of Rome. Hardiman’s best known sculpture, and most controversial, is the Earl Haig Memorial in Whitehall.

31. A 1920s bronze bust of a middle aged lady unsigned, wearing drop earrings, height 30cm £120-£200


33. A Victorian oak smokers compendium English, late 19th century, the turned wooden three sectioned stand with platform complete with four tobacco containers and galleried arc for holding cigars, standing on arced tripod legs, height 94cm £60-£80

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34. Polynesian art: An Austral Islands wooden ceremonial paddle early 1800s, with leaf-shaped blade and cylindrical shaft entirely intricately carved in geometric interlocking criss-cross patterns, concentric circles/ sunburst motifs and zig-zag patterns, the pommel carved with traditional tiki figures, length 103cm ÂŁ700-ÂŁ1,000 This paddle has been within the same family for over 100 years and was given to a family member for her services at a Country House in Kent. A similar paddle can be found in the Hunterian Museum & Art Gallery Collections, Glasgow

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35. A Newlyn copper tray, circa 1900, stamped around the inner rim NEWLYN, the simple handmade hammered copper tray with scalloped pattern around the edge and to the centre, diameter 31cm £100-£150

36. A pewter Art Nouveau dish English, early 20th century, decorated with embossed intertwined tulips, the rim with embossed fruit, diameter 24cm £20-£40

38. Two patinated metal pictures of stags 20th century, in high relief, in moulded ebonised frames, with frames 33 x 38cm £80-£100

37. A Liberty Tudric pewter comport the simple stand with hammered design, stamped underneath the base LIBERTY & CO 01388, height 17cm £80-£120


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Pictures & Prints (LOTS 39-56)


41. A primitive British watercolour of a seascape signed E.W, and dated ‘39, 31 x 26cm £40-£60

39. A watercolour, ‘Back street in St Malo’ late 19th century, indistinctly titled and signed, 27 x 16cm £50-£80

42. Thomas Hosmer Shepherd watercolour, London Street Scene circa 1850, signed lower left T. Hosmer Shepherd, depicting gentlemen, women and children walking the main street surrounded by taverns, with central arch and horse and cart in the background, 18 x 26cm £100-£150 Thomas Hosmer Shepherd (1792-1864) a watercolour artist who was well known for his architectural works. Employed by Frederick Crace to paint old London buildings prior to their demolition. The Crace collection can be found at the British Museum.

40. An interesting “Napoleonic” watercolour French, early 19th century, depicting a soldier and old hag under an umbrella on a rough country path, appears unsigned, framed, 16.5cm x 13cm £60-£80


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43. Sir Edwin Landseer R.A pencil drawing, ‘Brutus’ mid 19th century, unsigned, finely detailed, heightened with colour, 22 x 28cm £800-£1,200 Sir Edwin Landseer (1802-1873). Brutus was Sir Edwin Landseer’s dog who featured in many of his later pictures. Provenance: Christies 12th May 1874 lot 559 sold by Sir Edwin Landseer R.A. deceased, purchased for £52-10s

44. John Wheatley a large oil on canvas, ‘A still life with flowers’signed and dated 1935, depicting a pewter candlestick to foreground and a vase in the background, with central vase of white and yellow flowers, petals reflected on the surface of the table, 76 x 101cm £600-£800 John Wheatley 1892-1955. Born in Abergavenny, studied at the Slade School (1912-1913), and under Walter Sickert and Stanhope Forbes. Official war artist 1918-1920, and frequently exhibited in London at the Royal Academy.

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47. An oil on board seascape late 19th century, indistinctly signed A.****, framed, 15.5 x 24cm £40-£50

45. John Joseph Hughes oil on canvas, ‘News from the village’ late 19th century, signed J.J.Hughes, framed, 49 x 39cm £80-£120 John Joseph Hughes (1827-1908) predominantly a landscape painter who also painted village and town scenes, parks and coastal scenes. Between 1862-1908 he exhibited regularly at the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists.

46. A 19th century copy of a self portrait of Rembrant seated with a dog, oil on canvas, 19th century, 35.5 x 27cm £80-£100


48. An oil on board, a country scene late 19th century, unsigned, depicting two figures meeting by a sty in a woodland, framed, 19 x 20cm £40-£50

49. An 18th century style oil on canvas of a naked woman combing her hair, unsigned, unframed, 54 x 47cm £50-£60

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50. Lam Duc Manh a large oil on canvas signed Manh and dated ‘04, depicting a local Vietnamese village, predominantly painted in orange, yellow and white hues, 135 x 155cm £2,000-£2,500 Vietnamese Artist Lam Duc Manh (b.1972). Bought by the current owner direct from the artist.

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52. A coloured print by F. Sherwin 1920s, signed F. Sherwin entitled ‘A market gateway in Brittany’, framed and glazed, 28 x 19cm £40-£50

51. Sir Alfred Munnings Racing Print, Before the Start Newmarket published by Frost and Reed, circa 1930, signed in pencil lower right on the mount, together with another print of a Munnings racing scene, both framed and mounted, 44 x 65cm and 43 x 71cm £200-£300

53. A print of the Great Western in the Bristol Channel upon her departure to New York Modern, framed and mounted, 54.5 x 79cm £80-£120 The Great Western was launched in 1837 ready for her maiden voyage between Bristol and New York and she was in service from 1838-1846 when she was sold to the Royal Mail Steam Company, and then eventually scrapped in 1856.


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54. John Thirsk limited edition colour print, Dr W.G.Grace circa 1972, signed in pencil John Thirsk and numbered 29/500, depicting the famous cricketer with the poem Dr. W.G. Grace, Had hair all over his face. Lord how the people cheered, When the ball disappeared in his beard, 63 x 41cm £50-£100 55. A pair of stamp pictures 1920s, constructed from fragments of stamps, one depicting a red Indian on horse back and another of an Arab on camel with the pyramids in the background, the largest 35 x 25cm £80-£100

56. A pair of unusual felt pictures English, early 20th Century, depicting portraits of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, framed, together with another similar depicting Mr Middleton of Loughborough, 22cm x 19cm £80-£90

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Ceramics, Oriental & Glass (LOTS 57-123)


57. A Moorcroft trinket box English, 1950s, with tube lined decoration depicting an orchid on a turquoise ground, with printed label to the interior BY APPOINTMENT POTTER TO THE LATE QUEEN MARY, width 11.5cm £80-£120

60. A small collection of Moorcroft pottery English, 20th century, comprising a small dish with anemone pattern, circular dish with cover with hibiscus pattern, small vase with anemone pattern and square box with lid with clematis pattern, various sizes £100-£150 61. A William Moorcroft Macintyre vase circa 1907, stamped on the underside Macintyre, decorated with panels of forget-me-nots, and yellow tulips, with restored chip to rim and base, height 20cm £150-£250

58. A small Moorcroft posy vase English, circa 1976, the pink Magnolia design decorated on an ivory ground, height 9.5cm £40-£50

59. A Moorcroft pottery tray made for Liberty & Co English, circa 1900, of rounded rectangular form decorated with four Celtic roundels, base printed Liberty & Co mark, no impressed Moorcroft mark, length 33.5cm £200-£300

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62. A pair of Moorcroft ‘Pomegranate’ bud vases English, circa 1920, on blue ground with tube lining, with green signature to the base, one chipped around the rim, height 18cm £200-£300



63. A Shelley ‘Phlox’ pattern tea service 1920s/1930s, decorated with yellow phlox on a shaded yellow and cream ground, comprising: a coffee pot and cover, a teapot and cover, a sugar bowl, two sandwich plates, twelve cups, saucers and plates, printed and painted marks £300-£400

64. A Beswick hippo English, 20th century, stamped on the underside BESWICK ENGLAND the standing figure realistically modelled, length 21cm £30-£50

65. A Royal Dux figure of an elephant Austrian, 20th century, realistically modelled in charging pose with paper label, height 21cm £50-£80


66. A Carlton Ware cruet set modelled in the form of pheasants brightly painted birds on an oval dish, together with a Carlton Ware apple sauce pot in the form on an apple, two Carlton Ware dishes of differing sizes, and a late Clarice Cliff vase, length 14cm £80-£100

67. A Copeland blue and white transfer printed foot bath English, second quarter 19th century, of shaped oval form with pastoral scenes, and two handles, length 54cm £300-£500

68. The Dandelion, A Royal Worcester figure English, mid 20th century, modelled by F G DOUGHTY, height 10cm £50-£70

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71. A pottery tea caddy and cover Dutch, 19th century, the tapered square body with circular cover painted in famille noire with birds on branches and flowers, painted marks to base, height 11.5cm £50-£80

69. Two Meissen dessert dishes German, 20th century, both of circular form with scalloped edge and pierced lattice panels painted with reserves of flowers with a central painted bouquet, the other painted with berries and fruit, with painted blue cross marks and impressed numerals to reverse, diameter 24cm £150-£250 72. A Royal Copenhagen blue and white porcelain part dinner service 20th century, each piece painted with flower scrolls on a ribbed ground, comprising: three shaped rectangular dishes, one oval dish, one triangular dish, a gravy boat, two milk/cream jugs, a coffee pot and cover, a sugar bowl, a mustard pot and cover, two finger bowls, a two handled circular dish and cover, two covers, eleven plates in three sizes, two soup bowls, four pudding bowls, seven cups and eight saucers, underglaze blue and printed marks £120-£180

70. A Goldscheider pottery wall mask Austrian, 1930s, modelled as a lady wearing floral headscarf, printed marks to reverse, height 23cm £100-£150

73. Four Maling lustre tea and biscuit cups and saucers British, 1950s, in bright colours, together with a Maling lustre tulip sundae dish, printed marks, saucer length 22.5cm £40-£60

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74. A Carlton Ware orange lustre vase 1920s, of flared cylindrical form decorated with roundels of dancing fairies above a continuous band with similar panels together with another larger Carlton Ware vase decorated with a version of the willow pattern in bright colours, height 15cm £40-£60

76. A pair of Hadley Worcester ewer vases English, circa 1905, the blush ivory bodies with hand painted pink and yellow roses and flower heads, printed marks to base, height 21.5cm £150-£200

77. A pair of Royal Worcester posy vases English, late 19th century, the white vases of cornucopia form, height 7.2cm £30-£50

75. A large Troika wheel vase English, 20th century, the base marked TROIKA CORNWALL ENGLAND TP(?), of circular form, the outer rim with three holes, the body decorated in typical textured abstract design, painted in washed blues, ochre, creams and browns, diameter 33cm £600-£700


78. A Royal Worcester blush ivory and gilt decorated bowl in the form of a basket English, dated 1899, with handle to either end, printed marks, length 24cm £80-£120

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79. Five Beswick Beatrix Potter figures 1970s-1980s, all with Brown back stamp, comprising Goody Tiptoes, Anna Maria, Mr Jeremy Fisher (broken arm), Mr Jackson and another Mr Jeremy Fisher, the tallest 8.9cm £30-£50

82. A 1930s Pearl Pottery Co art deco coffee set decorated with painted yellow, orange and purple flowers, comprising: a coffee pot, six cups and saucers and a milk jug, height of coffee pot 17cm £60-£80

80. A pottery part coffee service commemorating the Coronation of King George VI 1937, each piece printed with a head and shoulders portrait of HM King George VI and HM Queen Elizabeth, comprising: six cups, six saucers and six cake plates; together with a Noritake milk jug £30-£40 83. A Charlotte Rhead Crown Ducal jug English, circa 1936, of tapered form with tube-lining depicting stylised leaves and flowers in typical autumnal colours, together with a Clarice Cliff vase of tapered form, decorated in relief with a single flower on a cream ground, with a handle in the form of a flower stem, height 17.5cm £60-£100 84. A Minton Haddon Hall part tea set English, 1980s, comprising four tea cups, nine saucers, one cream jug, one sugar bowl, a teapot lid, six tea plates and a cake plate £40-£80

81. A Wedgwood fairyland lustreware imperial bowl English, 1920s, designed by Daisy Makeig-Jones, with ‘Poplar trees’ pattern, with printed marks to base, restored, diameter 25.5cm £200-£300

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85. Fourteen Halcyon Days enamel boxes 20th century, all boxed, together with three boxed Dubarry porcelains £150-£200



86. A pair of Majolica candlesticks English, late 19th century, with fluted green marbled rims, high-relief twisted brown and green stems, stylised dophins to base, and scalloped bases decorated with shells, height 24cm £100-£150

87. An unusual garniture by Royal Dux Austrian, early 20th century, the central baluster shaped vase exhuberantly applied with roses and leaves, the cylindrical side vases similarly decorated with pansies, all in autumnal colours, with circular printed mark, height of vase 31cm £80-£120 88. A Royal Dux figure Czechslovakia, early 20th century, modelled as a standing Dutch boy next to a whicker basket, on canted square base, pink triangular mark and printed mark, height 26cm £80-£120


89. A Minton Majolica Jardeniere on stand English, late 19th century, the dark blue body with white flying cranes and pink interior, impressed mark, shape number 1685 and possible date code for 1882, height 26cm £30-£40

90. A Clarice Cliff boat shaped vase decorated with budgerigars English, 1930s, the cream painted ground with brightly painted birds, length 26cm £150-£180 91. An unusual Doulton speaker cover British, 1920s, realistically modelled as a parrot seated on rocks, with hand painted detail, manufactured for ARTANDIA, height 41cm £100-£150

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92. A Royal Doulton Billy Bunnykins figure 1970s, together with Garden House pottery fox, height 11cm £150-£200

94. A Royal Doulton transfer printed pumpkin shaped vase English, circa 1920, the blue and white transfer printed scene depicting a mother with a basket full of flowers showing them to her young daughter, with gilt painted rim, the underside stamped ROYAL DOULTON FLAMBE, together with a stoneware blue vase with chequered scroll design to the rim, height 21cm £40-£60

95. A pair of Royal Doulton flagon shaped vases English, 20th century, the navy blue coloured vases with gilt painted decoration, together with a similar vase, height 26cm £80-£90

93. A pair of Royal Doulton blue and green stoneware vases English, 20th century, of typical two tone green and blue colourways, the rims with tube-lined decoration of simple flowers, buds and scroll patterns, height 20cm £40-£60

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96. Five Royal Doulton stoneware jugs English, 20th century, of varying sizes, all of typical Doulton colours brown, beige and bottle green, some with relief hunting scenes, the tallest 21cm £40-£50



101. ‘Fleurette’ HN1587, A Royal Doulton figure English, early 20th century, height 17cm £100-£150

97. A pair of Doulton Slaters Patent jardinieres early 20th century, of hemispherical form with fluted rim, decorated with a broad scale decorated band painted with stylised chrysanthemum, on a deep blue ground, impressed marks, diameter 24cm £60-£80

98. A pair of Doulton Lambeth three-handled jardinieres late 19th/early 20th century, each of cauldron form and raised on short tripod feet, the body with incised scrolls, bands of flowerheads to the rim, impressed marks, height 12cm £20-£30

102. ‘Fragrance HN233’, ‘Annabella HN1872’, ‘Elyse HN2474’, Three Royal Doulton figures English, early 20th century £80-£120

99. ‘The Gossips’ HN1426, A Royal Doulton figure group English, impressed date 1937, length 19cm £150-£200 100. ‘Clotilde’ HN1599, A Royal Doulton Figure English, early 20th century, height 19cm £100-£150

103. A Royal Worcester owl candle snuffer English, late 19th century, the well detailed face staring out of a cream hood, with gilt painted tassel together with a white Royal Doulton owl shaped candlestick holder with gilt painted rim, height 8.2cm £60-£80


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104. A Jadeite carving Chinese, 20th century, carved with a dragon, together with another carving of a figure, 4.5cm long £60-£100

108. A late 19th/early 20th century Japanese blue and white ginger jar painted with a temple in a river landscape, together with a pair of blue and white baluster shaped vases and covers £40-£60

105. Three snuff bottles 20th century, possibly Republican period, comprising: one painted in Blue and white with a dragon, another painted with cranes, and a glass bottle with flying cranes, largest 8cm high £60-£100 106. A collection of Oriental scent bottles and charms mostly 20th century, comprising: seven bottles one soapstone, another blue/white transfer printed, of various forms, and a necklace with charm, the largest 7.5cm £40-£60 107. Four Chinese snuff bottles and stoppers 20th century, including a glass reverse painted circular example with yellow glass highlights, another of square form painted with mountain and tree calligraphy, tallest 7.5cm £80-£120

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109. Two Kutani chargers Japanese, late 19th/early 20th century, each painted in typical colours with figures in a garden, marks to underside, diameter 36.5cms £80-£120



112. A Japanese cloisonne porcelain vase of cylindrical form, worked with peony and bats on a blue ‘cracked ice’ ground, iron red mark to base, height 21.5cm £50-£70

110. Two Japanese Imari porcelain figures of bijin 19th century, in 17th/18th century style, each modelled in long loose flower decorated robes, height 41cm £200-£300

113. A Japanese paper knife, knife, vesta case and others mainly 20th century, the small ivorine paper knife hightened in green and red depicting bird and flower spray, the knife with steel blade contained within a brass and composition scabbard, brass vesta with embossed images of japanese lady, ivorine netsuke of a lady and gentleman, ivorine netsuke of two rats, another vesta and plastic paper knife, the former 19cm £50-£60 114. A group of four paperweights one modelled as a bird (probably Wedgewood), another marked Caithnes Mooncryst, another modelled as a toadstool, and another modelled as a weight, the tallest 11cm £40-£50

111. A pair of Noritake porcelain ewers 20th century, each ovoid body reserved with an oval panel of flowers on a black ground, the matt blue body with gilt foliate scrolls, green printed mark ‘Noritake, Made in Japan’, height 25.5cm £80-£120


115. A French glass vase by Albert Mazoyer circa 1930, signed Mazoyer and with his windmill trademark, of bulbous form brightly painted with flowers and foliage against a crackled design ground, height 22cm £200-£300

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118. A pair of iridescent Loetz style vases Continental, circa 1900, each with pinched rim and green edges, the moulded body with scrolled drops, height 18cm £60-£80

116. A Continental drinking glass with hunting scenes possibly German, 19th century, the moulded glass with octagonal shaped bowl with black painted scene depicting men on horse back and hounds chasing a wild deer, the base with scroll decoration, height 17.4cm £80-£120

119. A Geoffrey Baxter for Whitefriars large ‘Banjo’ vase English, 1960s, in tangerine orange, the bold vase moulded with concentric forms, rising to a tapered neck, height 31.5cm £500-£700

117. An 18th century wine glass with opaque twist stem, and bowl etched with flowers and foliage, height 16cm £80-£100

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120. Another similar Geoffrey Baxter for Whitefriars large ‘Banjo’ vase English, 1960s, in tangerine orange, the bold vase moulded with concentric forms, rising to a tapered neck, height 32.5cm £500-£700

122. A Kingfisher blue Whitefriars cylindrical ‘Bark’ vase English, 1960s, the textured vase, height 19.5cm £40-£60

123. A pair of French turquoise glass scent bottles and stoppers probably late 19th century, decorated with gilded swags and bands of gilded flowers, together with two similarly decorated dishes, height of bottle 9.5cm £50-£80

121. A Whitefriars smokey grey vase English, 1960s, the textured vase, height 17cm £40-£50


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Silver, Silver plate & Vertu (LOTS 124-207)


124. A pair of white metal Bon Bon dishes Persian, early 20th century, of shaped oval form decorated with cartouches of birds and foliage, the whole chased with flower heads, each with swing handles applied with birds, raised on four feet with lion head masks, length 15.5cm £100-£150

128. A silver Victorian cigarette case hallmarked Chester, 1887/1888, of rectangular form with ribbed sections weight 2.32oz, length 8.5cm £30-£40

129. An Asprey silver Prince of Wales feathers dish hallmarked, London 1969, stamped on the reverse ASPREY LONDON, finely engraved and detailed, with single scroll foot to the reverse, width 13cm £150-£200

125. An usual silver wine pourer in the form of a rose hallmarked London, 1883/84, the realistically modelled rose, with engraved leaves, stamped with retailers name THORNHILL 144 NEW BOND STREET, weight 3.37oz, height 9.6cm £80-£120 126. Four silver napkin rings and a qty of silver and silver plated cutlery various dates £40-£60

130. A glass and silver heart shaped ink well hallmarked London 1898, the moulded glass base with hinged silver lid, diameter 8.5cm £80-£120

127. A silver embossed and chased stamp case in the form of a miniature purse Birmingham, 1915, width 3cm £15-£20


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131. A silver Art Nouveau pill box hallmarked Birmingham 1902/3, the lid of the box with embossed ladies head in profile amongst flowers and foliage (hinge broken), together a silver inkwell hallmarked 1909/1910 featuring two embossed Roman figures, diameter of pill box 5.8cm £40-£60

134. A pair of Victorian silver servers hallmarked London, 1866/67, fiddle pattern, length 26.5cm £80-£100

135. A silver bon bon dish hallmarked Birmingham, 1967/68, stamped on the reverse HARRODS, with scalloped rim, diameter 15cm £70-£90

132. A silver cased condiment set hallmarked Sheffield 1937/38, comprising salt, pepper, mustard pot with blue glass liner and spoon, contained within original presentation case, together with a single silver napkin ring with pierced decoration Birmingham 1922, length of case 20cm £40-£60 136. A silver apostle spoon hallmarked Sheffield 1898/99, weight 3.94oz, length 23cm £60-£80

133. A silver coffee pot English, early 20th century, with ebonised handle and finial, and lower reeded body, height 22cm £100-£150

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137. A pair of dwarf silver candlesticks hallmarked Birmingham, 1968/69, with weighted bases, height 14cm £40-£60



138. A white metal serving spoon Danish, late 19th century, with applied shell design to the handle, and engraved foliage, length 37cm £60-£80 140. A silver ‘Cathedral-top’ vinaigrette English, hallmarked Birmingham, 1869, with makers initials J.M the oval shaped vinaigrette with scroll border, the lid finely engraved with an image of a cathedral (possibly Lincoln) opening to reveal a gilt interior with pierced floral grille, the underside engraved with foliage and cartouche with initials, with suspension loop, length 5cm £150-£200

139. A George III silver vinaigrette hallmarked Birmingham, 1825/26, stamped on the inside MR JUSTICE THOMPSON YORK 1966, of rectangular form, the lid chased with wave pattern, the underside chased with flower design, with pierced and hinged grille, and suspension loop, weight 0.44oz, length 4cm £100-£150

141. An Elizabethan seal top silver spoon by William Cawdell hallmarked London 1599/1600, with makers initials, faceted stem, scroll and fluted baluster knop terminating in a disc pricked with the initials D.P and the date 160(?), weight 1.69oz, length 16.2cm £1,500-£2,500


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142. An Eastern white metal jug probably late 19th century, heavily embossed with flowers, foliage and scrolls, raised on three ball feet, together with two white metal pin trays of different sizes, one with an embossed figure of an elephant, another with an engraved image of an elephant together with an English silver button hook, height of the jug 8cm £80-£120

144. A small collection of silver mostly late 19th century, comprising two pierced silver sweetmeat dishes in the form of hearts, four silver salts, and one other salt of fluted form, a moulded and glass jar, and two napkin rings (not illustrated) £40-£60

145. A pair of silver dwarf candlesticks hallmarked Birmingham, 1968, makers mark for Broadway and Co, with weighted bases and reeded decoration, together with a small glass oil decanter with silver lid hallmarked Birmingham 1905, height of candlestick 6.5cm £40-£60 143. An unusual white metal tray in the form of Ceylon circa 1965, stamped Sterling Silver, the tray in the shape of Ceylon and the centre engraved with the outline of Ceylon, the rim of the tray heavily embossed with flowers, foliage and geese, the reverse of the tray engraved WITH BEST WISHES FROM CEYLONESE MERCHANTS, COLOMBO CEYLON 23rd OCTOBER 1965, length 51cm, width 37.5cm £200-£300 146. An engraved silver cigar case hallmarked Birmingham, 1912, makers mark for William Hair Haseler, the hinged case with central shield shaped cartouche surrounded by engraved foliage and scrolls, engraved on both sides, approximate weight 5.46oz, length 13 3/4cm £30-£50

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147. A silver cigarette case hallmarked, Birmingham, 1959, the hinged box with engine turned decoration to the lid, with wood lined interior, on squared feet, length 11.5cm £30-£50

150. A pair of silver salts hallmarked Birmingham, 1910, of shaped oval form, together with two silver salt spoons and a Continental white metal pin tray, diameter of salts 6cm £40-£50

151. A Georgian white metal punch ladle English, early 19th century, with inset coin to bowl, and horn twisted handle £30-£40 148. A Continental white metal photograph frame of Art Nouveau style, stamped 925, with felt covered easel back, height 25.5cm £30-£50

149. A set of six silver Arts and Craft style spoons hallmarked Birmingham, 1931, by Purcell Bross, contained within original presentation case, approximate weight 2.16oz, width of case 16cm £30-£50


152. A Continental silver circular pill box late 19th century, decorated with a male figure holding a birds cage with repousse decoration to base, together with a modern silver stiff bangle with chased decoration on safety chain, diameter 4cm £30-£40

153. A set of six silver spoons and tongs in a presentation case hallmarked Sheffield 1918/1919, the ends of stepped design, together with a pair of silver pickle forks with pearlised handles in presentation case, width of case 20.5cm £40-£60

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154. A pair of silver salts hallmarked Sheffield, together with two silver napkin rings, a silver parasol handle, a pair of silver glove stretchers, a pair of silver plated grape scissors and two small white metal pin trays, diameter of salts 5.5cm. £80-£120

155. A pair of boxed silver knife rests hallmarked Birmingham, 1905, with makers initials H&T probably for Hillard and Tomasson, the stepped square silver bases with ivory horn shaped rests, contained within blue silk and velvet lined presentation case with retail stamp for Reid & Sons, width of case 14cm. £50-£80

156. An Arts and Crafts silver bowl hallmarked London, 1906/1907, of hammered design with three handles, raised on three feet, height 5.5cm £80-£120

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157. A collection of silver dressing table items mainly early 20th century, comprising: a matching collection including four brushes, mirror, shoe horn, button hook, comb, large perfume bottle, hair pin bottle, and jar, together with an assortment of other dressing table silver comprising: a glass and silver perfume bottle, a sterling silver atomiser, a silver and glass jar with lid engraved with initials, and a silver and glass jar £100-£150

158. An Austrian silver sauce ladle Vienna, dated 1856, the shaped handle embossed with stylised leaf design and C scrolls above a fluted bowl, length 21cm £50-£80

159. A silver and tortoiseshell fan hallmarked Birmingham 1909/10, the silver case finely engraved with leaves, with 9ct gold chain, length 12cm £100-£150



162. A white metal and mother-of-pearl snuffbox Continental, late 19th century, the hinged shaped box depicting an image of musicians and a dancer, length 7cm £150-£200

160. A fine silver castle-top card case hallmarked Birmingham,1842/43, with makers initials T&P probably for Joseph Taylor and John Perry, the finely engraved case with floral borders incorporating a dog and a bird, with large central vignette depicting an embossed image of a castle, the reverse also with castle scene showing a boating lake, both sides with cartouche, weight 2.44oz, height 9.8cm £400-£600

163. A single silver napkin in original presentation case hallmarked, Sheffield 1899/1900, with beaded rims and engraved foliate decoration, engraved 17 March 1900 and with owners initials, contained within leather cover presentation case, 2.11oz £50-£80

164. A George III silver serving spoon hallmarked London, 1811, of fiddle pattern with owners engraved initials to handle, length 31cm £80-£100

161. A fine silver castle-top aide memoire hallmarked Birmingham, 1853/54, with makers initials T & P probably for Joseph Taylor and John Perry, with scroll border, and embossed image of a castle to the front and reverse, with ivory leaves to the interior for days of the week, complete with silver pencil, length 8.5cm. £300-£400


165. A George III silver cream jug hallmarked 1806/07, shaped body with engraved cartouche with intertwined initials, with reeded handle, weight 3.9oz, height 10.5cm £80-£100

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166. A silver presentation goblet hallmarked London, 1870/71, possibly Charles Boyton, with Greek key motif to the rim of the bowl and inscription reading Guildford Cattle Show 1870 the Gift of Charles Buxton Esq M.P to the Owner of the best FAT MAIDEN HEIFER under 3 years of age, with beaded rim to base, weight 7oz, height 18cm £100-£150

169. A pair of silver salts in presentation case hallmarked Birmingham, 1900/1901, the silver gilt salts with shaped rim raised on three ball feet, with matching spoons, contained within a velvet lined presentation case, width of case 17cm £60-£80

167. A silver goblet hallmarked London 1872/73, possibly by Robert Harper, decorated with swags and foliage, weight 6oz, height 17.8cm. £100-£150

170. A silver jug and sugar bowl hallmarked Birmingham 1930/1931, the matching pair with squared rim with reeded border and shell design to the four corners, with leaf capped scroll handles, and scalloped feet, height of jug 9cm £100-£150

168. An interesting Victorian silver fruit stand hallmarked London, 1884/1885, the base heavily embossed with classical figures riding bats, and winged beasts, the column depicting winged figures and classical figures eating grapes, the plate heavily embossed around the rim with owls, birds, cherubs bats etc..., height 17.5cm £300-£400

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171. A silver ‘The CLAN CUP’ thistle Rifle Volunteers presentation goblet hallmarked London, 1896/1897, the cup engraved 1st MIDDx R.V. Class Firing 1896 Presented to the best shot of C.Company by CAPTn E.T.STEWART WON BY PRIV. J.T.BARTLETT, with thistle stem and base with tartan enamel, height 20cm £150-£250



172. A silver quaich hallmarked Chester, 1910/1911, with makers initials GNRH, with embossed acanthus leaf decoration around the circumference of the lower section of the cup, weight 5.96oz, diameter 9cm £70-£100

173. Two tortoiseshell and silver trinket boxes hallmarked Birmingham 1918/19 and 1925/1926, each of differing size, or circular form and with hinged lid applied with silver decoration, the largest diameter 7.5cm £50-£70 174. An Eastern white metal vase 20th century, with relief decoration depicting peacocks, birds, stylised flowers etc, height 14.5cm £80-£100

175. A set of six blue enamelled silver spoons in presentation case hallmarked Birmingham 1930/31, with makers initials S.O. enamel to reverse of bowl and handle, in original case retailed by Mappin and Webb, together with a set of six Eastern silver spoons in presentation case, and two other additional silver spoons, width of case 16.5cm £30-£50

176. A pair of silver dwarf candlesticks hallmarked Birmingham, 1972/73, stamped with makers initials B & Co probably for Broadway and Co, the weighted candlesticks with relief scroll and leaf design, height 11.5cm £60-£80

177. An unusual silver and glass novelty ‘wishbone’ ink well hallmarked Birmingham, 1898/89, with makers initials N & W possibly for Norton & White, the silver base in the form of a leaf raised on three bun feet, with glass inkwell sitting into silver base with silver hinged lid and wishbone finial, with letter/note rack in the form of two silver wishbones, diameter 13.5cm £100-£150


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178. A Victorian silver mustard pot hallmarked London, 1846, of cylindrical form with chased decoration of scrolls and foliage, with owners initials R.W. hinged lid opening to reveal blue glass liner, raised on four scroll feet, height 9cm £40-£60

179. A Victorian silver milk jug and sugar bowl hallmarked Chester, 1900, the half fluted jug and bowl with reeded square handles, weight 4.48oz, height of jug 8cm £40-£60

180. A Georgian silver wine funnel hallmarked London 1829/30, weight 2.84oz, length 16.5cm £80-£120

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181. A four piece Art Deco silver plated tea set English, 1930s, comprising: a tea pot, hot water jug, cream jug and sugar base, streamlined with typical deco design, ebonised handles and finials £40-£50

182. A set of white metal spoons Danish, early 20th century, seven in total of hammered design, contained within case with matching mustard spoon, together with a silver plated pair of Swedish grape scissors, caddy spoon with white metal twisted handle and mother-of-pearl bowl, and a white metal pierced and decorated continental cake slice £50-£60

183. A pair of Sheffield silver plated three branch candelabra 20th century, of tapered form, with acanthus leaf decoration, and reeded branches, height 41cm £200-£250



184. A Joseph Rodgers & Sons cased carving set English, late Victorian, the two carving forks and knives of graduated sizes, with horn handles and silver plated mounts, contained within original velvet and silk lined presentation case, width of case 47cm £80-£120

185. A pair of white metal Bon Bon dishes English, early 20th century, of rectangular form with embossed flowers to the central section, and buds and fruit around the edge, with simple scroll handles, length 14.5cm £50-£80

186. A silver coloured metal cheroot cutter and a bottle opener English, 20th century, with makers initials JAWSS the small cheroot cutter heavily engraved with scroll decoration, with suspension loop, together with a nickel plated bottle opener in the form of a bottle of Seager’s Dry Gin, length of cutter 4cm £70-£100


187. A silver plated and glass Victorian claret jug English, third quarter 19th century, the glass bowl with etched dotted pattern and central cartouche surmounted by a bow design, the silver plated scroll handle mounted with fierce dog snarling at the fly finial to the lid, with fluted spout and engraved collar, height 23cm £150-£200 188. A pair of dwarf silver plated candlesticks English, circa 1900, of reeded form with square bases, together with a silver plated entree dish and an oval silver plated serving plate, height of candlesticks 11.5cm £30-£40

189. An unusual silver plated spoon warmer in the form of a shell English, late 19th century, with hinged cover, and base engraved with leaf border, height 15cm £70-£80

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190. A pair of silver plated salad servers English, 20th century, with blue and white transfer printed ceramic handles, together with a silver plated vesta case, a silver plated marrow scoop and a hallmarked 1900 Chester silver thimble, length of servers 30cm £40-£60

194. A trio of glass scent bottles Continental, late 19th century, each moulded bottle with leaf pattern, faceted stoppers sitting within a fitted pierced base with semi-precious stones, together with a selection of small silver/silver plated items comprising: WMF sugar nips, silver plated sugar tongs with scalloped ends, folding scissors in leather case, and a silver lobster pick, height of bottles 10.5cm £40-£60 195. A Victorian mother-of-pearl card case late 19th century, of rectangular form overlaid with mother-of-pearl geometric shapes, with silvered cartouche, together with a mother-of-pearl octagonal plaque with an engraved classical scene, height of case 10.8cm £40-£60

191. Two pairs of silver plated Victorian candlesticks circa 1870, of differing sizes, the fluted columns decorated with acanthus leaves and foliage, with shaped bases, the tallest 33cm £100-£150 192. A white metal lipstick holder 20th century, possibly Indian, with relief image of dancing Indian figure, length 5cm £30-£50

196. A finely carved mother-of-pearl card case English, late 19th century, with scalloped edge, the front intricately carved with flowers and foliage to the edge, with a centre panel with relief carving of flowers, fruit and birds, the reverse similarly carved around the edge, with centre panel carved with cartouche surmounted by a shell, contained within original presentation case with retailers label to the interior, 12.5cm £100-£150 197. A Victorian necessaire late 19th century, the brass case with blue ground, hand painted with flowers, the hinged lid opening up to reveal three instruments, incomplete, length 9.7cm £20-£30

193. A fine ivory manicure set retailed by Asprey of Bond Street English, 20th century, comprising two pill boxes, buffer, scissors, file, tweezers etc..., the cream velvet and silk lined tooled leather case stamped ASPREY, 166 BOND STREET, LONDON to the interior lid, width 26cm £100-£150

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200. A 19th century board and leather spectacle case Continental, of rectangular form with rounded ends, one side of the case with printed image depicting a portrait of a lady, the other depicting a gentleman sleeping against a tree, with leather opening, length 13.5cm £40-£60

198. A finely carved ivory Cantonese card case late 19th century, of rectangular form with lid, intricately and typically carved throughout with flowers and foliage, figures, temples, boats, bridge and trees, height 11.6cm £600-£800 199. A fine Russian silver and cloisonné enamel cigarette case probably by Ivan Fedorov Andreev circa 1890, of rectangular form with rounded edges, stamped inside with the initials JFA, the hinged case typically richly decorated on the front and reverse with flowers and foliage in red, turquoise, royal blue, white and green coloured enamels, with central blank cartouche to the lid, length 8.9cm £650-£800

201. A fine pair of white metal Russian cloisonné enamel spoons late 19th century, the handles decorated on the front and reverse with enamel in typical colours of ruby red, green, turquoise, royal blue and white, the reverse of the bowls also similarly decorated, length of spoons 12.2cm £150-£250

202. A silver and pink guilloche enamel ladies case hallmarked Birmingham, 1937/1938, of rectangular form, together with a set of pearlised and 18ct gold cufflinks, two silver ladles of different sizes hallmarked 1924 and 1929, and a gold mounted cigarette holder in case, length of case 6.3cm £80-£120


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203. A fine silver coloured metal and enamel cigarette case probably Austrian, late 19th century, of square form decorated with Eastern scene depicting a nude slave and, master, 9 x 9cm £400-£600

204. A Victorian steel work purse with gilt metal clasp and carved mother-of-pearl centre, length 3cm £30-£50

206. A Spink and Son Victoria diamond jubilee medallion dated, 1897, contained within a leather presentation case, diameter 7.5cm £70-£100

207. A mint condition 1996 gold half sovereign in plastic case, and presentation outer case, with certificate of authenticity No 2762 £100-£160

205. An Imperial service medal George VI, in a fitted case awarded to Walter Seymour together with an Italian commemorative medal with decorative silver plated Albert chain, with documentation £30-£50

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Jewellery & Watches (LOTS 208-291)


208. A high carat gold attractive fancy link chain Continental, weight 23.5g, Length 41cm £400-£500

209. A large single Tahitian grey pearl £200-£300 210. A pair of Modern 9ct gold searing frames inset with Victorian sovereign, dated 1889 £300-£350 211. A 9ct gold pendant inset with a small Mexican coin, together with a pair of similar earrings weight 7.4g £70-£80

212. An Edwardian 9ct gold pendant set with two orange citrines and numerous half pearls and seed pearls, on a 9ct gold chain, approximate weight 8.0g £75-£80

213. A pair of white coloured metal aquamarine and diamond earrings of tear shaped form surmounted by three small diamonds, for pierced ears, 1.5cm £150-£200

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214. A pair of 9ct gold fine quality hand painted cufflinks depicting dogs of oval form depicting heads of wire haired fox terrier, alsatian, pointer and a setter finely painted on mother-ofpearl. £200-£300

215. A cased amber and 9ct gold cheroot holder circa 1900, with makers mark for AF & Co, length 6cm £50-£80

216. A pair of sterling silver marcasite earrings with bow tops and heart shaped drops, with screw fittings together with a pair of metal drop earrings with fan shaped bases and screw tops, the largest 4cm £30-£40



217. A Victorian 9ct gold locket with horseshoe English, circa 1900, of oval form with floral chased decorated with horseshoe cover on gold snake link Albert chain, length 30cm £40-£60 219. A 9ct gold six bar gate bracelet with centre square recess enclosing Victorian sovereign dated 1889, on padlock clasp £190-£200

218. An interesting Russian gold coloured metal bracelet in the form on a horseshoe probably late 19th century, decorated with silver nails and a safety chain with ball charm attached, with inscription to the bangle in Russian reading ‘Wear it don’t hold it...’, weight 27.7g £400-£600

220. A Modern 9ct gold double link bracelet set with approximately 27 charms including a crown, church, and a gypsy caravan, weight 81.8g £300-£400 221. A silver curb link charm bracelet with padlock clasp containing approximately 28 charms including a church, a hedgehog and a tankard, weight 142.2g £60-£100

222. A 9ct gold oblong link charm bracelet with 20 charms including an unusual beetle enclosing The Fab Four, poodle, parrot, bear with jointed limbs, elephant, donkey, horse and carriage, squirrel, bull, and mouse etc some set with ruby eyes, approximate weight 96g (detail above) £900-£1,000


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223. A 9ct gold fancy link gate bracelet with gold padlock clasp, with cross bar decoration and knot centre, weight 15.9g £150-£250

228. A silver stylised abstract shaped brooch Birmingham, 1940, with makers initials T.L.M, weight 7.6g £30-£50 224. Three Eastern gold coloured metal stiff bangles Modern, each with pierced and chased decoration £200-£300

225. An Eastern silver coloured metal lapis lazuli bracelet 1940s, comprising five plaques with bead work decoration set with five pieces of lapis lazuli, length 18cm £50-£70

229. A Boucheron gold brooch in the form of a bird standing on a branch French, circa 1960, with single ruby eye, with chased feather decoration, in original presentation box, weight 12.2g £300-£400

226. A 9ct gold aquamarine and diamond link bracelet Modern, with nine faceted aquamarines and seventeen small diamond points, length 20cm £150-£200

230. A Victorian oval gold coloured metal brooch with bead and chased decoration, set with single coral bead, weight 7.9g £50-£60

227. A Victorian gold coloured metal circular target brooch set with a garnet carbuncle to centre, with rope twist decoration, approximate weight 7.4g £60-£80

231. A fine platinum bar brooch English, 1920s, with centre diamond cluster of nine faceted diamonds, with safety chain, gross weight 7g £400-£500

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232. A pair of gold coloured metal filigree framed earrings Italian, Modern, with centre gold stone hand decorated with painted flowers, together with a similar oval brooch in silver coloured metal frame, all in original boxes £100-£150

233. A good quality opal brooch Modern, of oval form, in 9ct gold mount with rope twist decoration £100-£150

234. An attractive Edwardian gold and silver set shaped pendant/brooch English, circa 1910, of shield shape set with numerous rose diamonds, blister pearl to centre and blister pearl pendant drop, length 4cm £400-£500


235. Three Victorian stick pins one set with faceted amethyst, one set with seed pearls and turquoise in gold in the form of a lyre, the third set with two small sapphires and seed pearls, the longest 7.5cm £100-£150

236. Two Victorian 9ct gold brooches comprising a gold bar brooch set with centre amethyst and seed pearls in flower shaped setting, the other bar brooch with centre butterfly set with turquoise and seed pearls, the longest 4cm £80-£150

237. An Art Nouveau style silver coloured metal butterfly brooch with red and black enamel decoration set with paste stones, width 4cm £60-£80

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241. A silver brooch hallmarked Birmingham, 1904/5, of oval form with centre chased decoration and beadwork decoration to border, together with a silver coloured metal circular filigree brooch with central black enamel decoration and filigree mount, length of former 3.5cm £30-£50

238. An Edwardian 15ct gold circular pendant brooch English, circa 1910, set with seed pearls in trefoil settings, centre peridot with tear shaped peridot, drop pendant on safety chain, length 4.5cm £120-£180

239. Two pieces of carved jade Chinese, possibly 1920s, of rectangular form one depicting two figures in a gold pendant/brooch mount the other of rectangular form depicting a mythical animal to centre in simulated bamboo frame, the largest length 5cm £150-£250

240. A 19th century gold torque shaped lapis lazuli brooch elaborately decorated with flowers and foliage and beadwork with two lapis lazuli beads to ends, diameter 2.5cm £150-£250

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242. A gold bar brooch of shaped form, set with four small diamonds and centre with simulated pearl, length 4cm £60-£80

243. A good silver Art Nouveau Georg Jensen brooch Danish, 1915-1927, of stylised organic tulip and leaf form set with two green cabouchon stones, height 5.5cm £300-£400

244. A 19th century Continental coral cameo half length portrait of a lady in chased gold coloured metal pendant frame together with a single strand cultured pearl necklace with gold clasp together with green stone pendant decorated with arabic writing with silver coloured metal frame £100-£150



245. A large 19th century gold framed cameo depicting a classical scene of figures and cherubs in chariot drawn by horses, set in an 18ct gold frame with rope twist decoration, diameter 7cm £100-£150

246. A large oval 19th century cameo depicting Diana the huntress, in gilt metal frame together with a small circular brooch with a hand painted porcelain panel decorated with a portrait of a classical lady in a gilt metal frame, length 6cm £100-£150 247. A Modern 9ct gold double heart and rose pendant on rope twist chain, weight 5.1g £30-£40

248. A finely carved late 19th century ivorine necklace comprising roundels and heart shaped pendant all carved with flowers and foliage in high relief, length 48cm £150-£250 249. A gold coloured metal ring set with three small diamonds and two rubies, together with a green glass and simulated pearl necklace with earrings, necklace (chain broken) £20-£25 250. An 18ct gold belcher link necklace, weight 13.8g, length 91cm £200-£250


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254. A 9ct white gold single stone ring set with faceted blue zircon, weight 2.6g £60-£80 251. An amber graduated bead necklace together with a pair of circular amber earrings in silver coloured metal clip frames, length 61cm £50-£80

255. An 18ct gold diamond cluster ring set with eight diamonds and sapphire to the centre £250-£300 256. A 9ct gold half sovereign ring dated 1887 set with a half sovereign, together with a pair of gypsy earrings with bead decoration to the rim £150-£180 252. Three coral unusual miniature charms late 19th century, comprising a cat with padlock round his neck, a monkey on a plinth and a small boy feeding a lamb together with a child’s coral bead necklace, length of necklace 30cm £40-£50

257. A 9ct gold ring set with a gold Mexican coin together with a 9ct gold pendant set with eight sapphires and a diamond in an illusion setting, on chain £40-£60 258. A Modern 9ct sovereign gold ring with pierced sides set with half sovereign dated 1907 £180-£250 259. A Modern wide band 9ct gold ring with chased decoration together with another similar and a plain wedding band, weight 9.3g £70-£80 260. A 9ct gold dress ring in the shape of a rose together with a heart shaped ring set with three garnets, and a 9ct gold half eternity ring with five sapphires and four diamonds, and a double half eternity ring set with nine sapphires and nine diamonds £90-£100

253. A Victorian silver coloured metal necklace English, circa 1870, with chased links and beadwork decoration, length 43cm £80-£120

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261. A Modern 9ct gold chain with gilt metal pendant inset with a kneeling figure, together with a 9ct gold gypsy ring set with two white and a blue stone, together with an 18ct gold and platinum three stone diamond illusion ring £30-£50



262. A Modern 9ct gold dress ring, set with ten small rubies and centre diamond in illusion setting, together with a Modern 9ct gold dress ring set with garnets and white paste stones £60-£70 266. A very unusual 18ct gold sea horse shaped ring decorated with green enamel stripes to back with ruby scales and rose diamond eyes, weight 14.4g £320-£500

263. A Modern 9ct gold cluster ring set with eight small sapphires and centre diamond in illusion setting together with a 9ct gold ring set with white sapphires, and a double eternity ring set with spinels (some missing) £40-£50

267. Two gold dress rings the first 18ct gold dress ring set with faceted circular citrine, and claw mount, the other set with circular carbuncle garnet in collet setting £50-£60

264. A Modern 9ct gold dress ring set with two emerald clusters with centre diamonds in illusion setting, together with a 9ct gold dress ring set with centre blue paste stone surrounded by spinels, and an 18ct gold three stone diamond engagement ring £20-£30 268. A Buhrer novelty gold plated dress ring in the form of a watch probably German, 1950s, with hinged cover set with blue paset stone £60-£80

265. A Modern 9ct gold ruby cluster ring with centre diamond in illusion setting, together with a Modern 9ct gold ring with set centre opal surrounded by rubies and paste stones, and a small 9ct gold cluster ring of six sapphires and centre diamond in illusion setting, and an 18ct gold and platinum set three stone diamond ring in illusion setting £50-£60


269. A gentleman’s 18ct gold and diamond gypsy ring set with a single diamond approximately a 1/4 ct £200-£300

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274. An attractive Zenith ladies’ 18ct white gold cocktail watch circa 1970, the simple dial with baton numerals, set with six small diamonds on a flexible strap (the strap a/f), length 18cm £500-£600

270. An early 19th century gold and garnet ring the centre with faceted garnet, with collet setting surrounded by old mine diamonds with chased shoulders and shank £100-£150

275. A ladies 9ct shaped gold wrist watch English, 1920s, with silvered dial on gold expanding bracelet £100-£150

271. A 9ct gold signet ring with chased decoration to shoulders, weight 11g £80-£100 272. A 22ct gold wedding band weight 5g £100-£120 273. A gold wedding band weight 6.3g £80-£90

276. An Art Deco ladies 15ct gold and diamond cocktail watch circa 1930, the bezel of rounded square form set with numerous small diamonds, on flexible bracelet with safety chain, the case inscribed Mappin Brothers of Regent Street £150-£200


277. An 18ct gold Omega gentleman’s automatic Seamaster bracelet wristwatch the dial with baton numerals, sweep seconds, on gold plated and stainless steel bracelet £600-£800

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278. An 18ct gold Jaeger Le Coultre gentleman’s tank shaped wristwatch 17 jewelled movement, on lizard strap, contained within original presentation case £1,000-£1,500

279. A gentleman’s gold Cyma wrist watch 1950s, with subsidiary seconds, on gilt metal expanding bracelet £30-£40

281. A collection of seven silver fob and pocket watches 19th century, together a silver plated pocket watch £80-£100

282. An 18ct gold half hunter pocket watch English, late 19th century, with blue Roman enamel numerals to outer case, white enamel dial with black Roman numerals and key wind movement (Illustrated right) £210-£300 283. An 18ct gold ladies half hunter fob watch English, late 19th century, with dark blue Roman numerals to the outer case, white enamel dial with Roman numerals, with screw wind and suspension loop, diameter 3cm (Illustrated far right) £300-£400

284. A Lancashire Watch Co Ltd gold plated hunter pocket watch English,early 20th century, with white enamel dial, Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, together with a Waltham Watch Co pocket watch in silver case hallmarked 1916, together with another silver open faced pocket watch with engine turned decoration £80-£100 280. A Gentleman’s C. Bucherer chrome tank shaped wrist watch Swiss, 1930s, with subsidiary seconds on leather strap, together with a gentleman’s 1930s rose coloured gold rotary tank shaped wrist watch on leather strap, and a ladies Avia octagonal shaped gold wrist watch on leather strap, and a 14ct gold pencil £100-£200


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286. A Victorian silver Chester 1860 cased pocket watch with engine turned decoration, gold Roman numerals to dial, key wind movement, subsidiary seconds dial £50-£80

285. A small 9ct gold open faced fob watch English, late Victorian, with attractive engine turned and chased decoration to case, together with a 9ct gold curb link Albert chain, the chain weight 9g £120-£180

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287. A silver cased pocket watch London, 1853, with engine turned decoration to case, with heavy silver curb link Albert chain, with shield shaped fob, the chain and fob approximate weight 73.5g £80-£120



288. An 18ct gold open faced pocket watch late 19th century, with white enamel dial with retailer s name John Bennett, with subsidiary dial and Roman numerals, screw wind movement, and suspension loop, diameter 4.5cm £200-£300

289. Three Continental silver fob watches 19th century, comprising a fob watch with a white enamel dial painted with flowers on blue ground, another with brass dial, Roman numerals and chased centre decoration, and another with white enamel dial, subsidiary seconds and gold and floral decoration to the reverse £60-£75


290. An open faced 18ct gold ladies pocket watch 19th century, the gold dial with Roman numerals, blue steel hands and central chased decoration of flower heads, with screw wind, suspended from 9ct gold brooch in the form of a bow, the reverse of the watch with interlaced owners initials £300-£400

291. A 14ct gold open faced pocket watch 19th century, the gold dial with Roman numerals, blue steel hands, and central chased decoration of flower sprays, screw wind, the reverse of the case finely engraved with flowers and foliage and central cartouche £200-£300

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Science & Books (LOTS 292-307)


292. A 2-inch Jesse Ramsden brass refracting telescope English, late 18th century, signed on the first drawer Je Ramsden London, the mahogany bound body tube with three drawers, contained within original fishskin covered wooden case, and leather outer case, with lens cap, unextended length 24.5cm £100-£150

295. A triple circle sextant by Negretti and Zambra English, late 19th century, the blackened brass frame with interchangeable filters, brass and silvered scale, mirror and magnifier, contained within original mahogany case with additional telescope, radius 21.5cm £200-£300 293. A 1½-inch hand-held refracting telescope English, early 20th century, unsigned, the brass telescope with two sections, covered with leather, with leather lens cap, unextended length 22.5cm £40-£60

296. A small lacquered brass monocular cased microscope English, circa 1900, the simple body tube with single objective, sub-stage mirror and additional mirror on folding arm, contained within original mahogany case, height 16cm £40-£60 294. A wooden Captain Fields Improved parallel rule English, stamped 1854, with brass hinges, together with a boxwood folding square rule with brass hinges, length of parallel rule 54cm £40-£60


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297. A box of prepared specimen slides early 20th century, comprising: approximately sixty six prepared slides some with printed paper labels, others with hand written labels, the slides including British Diamond Beetle, Section of Whalebone Bottlenose, Pollen of Passion Flower, width of case 21.5cm £50-£80

300. Two angling books comprising: Isaak Walton The Compleat Angler 1907, leather bound with tooled images of fish to cover, Henry P. Wells Fly-Rods and Fly Tackle New York, with signed and dated dedication 1892 from the author £40-£60

298. A large set of brass ‘Class B’ F. Wedderburn scales English, early 20th century, the brass pans and frame mounted onto a mahogany board, together with a set of brass weights from ½oz to 2lb, height 56cm £40-£50

301. Five James Bond books comprising: Diamonds are Forever, Octopussy, The Man with Golden Gun, You only Live Twice and On Her Majesty’s Secret Service £40-£60

299. H.W. Wilson With the Flag to Pretoria A History of the Boer War of 1899-1900, London 1901, 2 vols, together with After Pretoria: The Goerilla War, London 1902, 2 vols £50-£70

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302. Breviarium Romanum Ex decreto Sacrosancti aestiva, Antwerp 1693, FOLIO, full tooled calf, brass hooks. Plantin-Moretus edition of the summer section of the Roman breviary as established by the Council of Trent, hand written notation to the bottom of the title page £60-£80



305. Augustus Grimble The Salmon Rivers of England & Wales, London, 1913 £40-£60

303. A church bible and prayer book contained within original mahogany case English, third quarter 19th century, the brass bound bible with brass mounted crucifix featuring the Old and New Testament, and matching brass bound prayer book, contained within a mahogany case within red velvet lined interior, Width of case 40cm £80-£120

304. Noel Pluche translated by Samuel Humphreys Spectacle de la Nature: or Nature displayed being Discourses on such particulars of Natural History as were thought most proper to excite the curiosity and form the minds of youth, 4th edition, 2 vols, London 1739, Octavio £60-£80


306. Christian Matthias Theatrum historicum theretico-practicum in quo Quatuor Monarchiae, 2nd revised edition, Amsterdam1656, Quarto £80-£100

307. An etching of a Panoramic view of early Amsterdam from the river, mounted, in Modern Hogarth frame, 31 x 49cm £100-£150

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Collectables (LOTS 308 - 354)


308. A Kriegsmarine Officer’s dirk by Eickhorn with etched double edged blade tip broken, brass crosspiece and pommel, wire bound celluloid covered grip, in its brass sheath, length 41.2cm £150-£250

309. A Light Infantry Officer’s sword by Henry Wilkinson with etched slightly curved single edged blade, steel gothic hilt with wire bound fishskin covered grip in its steel scabbard, length 97cm £80-£120

310. A Persian (?) hand-held dagger the wooden handle with pressed painted metal decoration and pressed metal scabbard with floral decoration, length 27.5cm £60-£80 311. An Edwardian cased carved pipe early 20th century, in the form of a gentleman, contained within original case, together with an amber cheroot holder in original case £30-£50 312. A silver and ebony presentation conductor’s baton hallmarked Birmingham, 1892/1893, the ebony shaft with central silver collar embossed with scrolls and foliage and with central engraved cartouche reading TO TEDDY EYRE from The CAZMANS, with silver pommel similarly embossed and blank catouche, length 52cm £100-£150




313. A finely carved ivory, wood and silver presentation conductor’s baton hallmarked London, 1896/1897, the silver tip of the baton is engraved with scrolls and foliage, with silver presentation plaque reading PRESENTED TO MR E.W.EYRE as a Mark of esteem BY MISS HARRIETT WARE Novr 17th 1896, the main wooden section carved with wild birds, dragon, flowers, and the upper ivory section is similarly carved with flowers, foliage and a dragon spiralling round the shaft, terminating in an engraved silver pommel, length 52cm £120-£180 Mr E.W. Eyre known as ‘Teddy’ was composer and orchestrator at the Shepherd’s Bush Empire, and The Chatham Empire. During her career, Harriet Ware was one of the foremost American women composers, who studied music in America, Paris and Berlin.

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317. A shark vertebrae and baleen walking cane numerous discs threaded onto a cane with a baleen pommel, length 84.5cm £100-£150

314. A boxwood and ebonised chess set English, 20th century, the turned and carved wooden pieces with baize to underneath, contained within later box, height of the king 9.5cm £50-£60

315. A set of Prisoner-of-war bone dominoes late 19th century, contained within a mahogany case with bone escutcheon and turned bone feet (one missing), together with a miniature set of bone Prisoner-of-war dominoes, length 13cm £50-£80

316. An ivory and silver walking cane late 19th century, wooden shaft with silver collar engraved Marlow House Kingston and with interlocked initials, with ivory pommel, together with wooden shaft with white metal pommel with embossed Asian decoration, length 91cm £80-£120

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318. A rare and unusual walking cane with automaton probably late 19th century, the malacca shaft with unusual pommel in the form of a painted and carved wooden Arab’s head, the figure with glass brown eyes which change to blue his tongue sticks out when the button is pressed on the reverse of his head, length 91cm £200-£300 319. A Marion & Co ‘Perfection’ mahogany and brass plate camera English, circa 1892, contained within a black leather fitted case with 3 10 x 12 inch plates, and original black velvet hood £80-£120

320. A McKellen Double pinion Triple Patent mahogany and brass plate camera late 19th century, with burgundy bellows, contained within original canvas case, with original black hood £80-£120



321. A brass hackney carriage lamp by Lime House Lamp Co English, 20th century, length 43.5cm £50-£80 324. A small Continental silver mesh purse together with a large example, and a 1930s compact, the smallest height 7.5cm £70-£100 325. A tablecloth with the names of actors and actresses embroidered on signatures including Joyce Grenfell, Christopher Fry, Anthony Blunt and Peggie Marsh, 146 x 154cm £50-£100

322. A 1920s leather handbag decorated with Oriental village scene with plated mounts and interior mirror, containing a purse and a scent bottle, together with a gilt metal Stratton lipstick case with floral decorated fan shaped mirror to top, and a silver plated expanding beaker the lid with chased decoration together with five artists booklets, and The Princess Margaret Rose Portrait Album, width of bag 18cm £50-£60

326. A silk picture of HMS Yarmouth English, dated 1913, the embroidered picture of the ship in full sail on painted sea, entitled underneath H.M.S. YARMOUTH CHINA STATION 1913, contained within an ebonised frame, with some damage, 53 x 37cm £50-£80

323. A black Corde handbag and matching umbrella English, 1940s, the bag with classic snap clasp and rows of covered cord arranged in geometric patterns, and the umbrella with original zip cover with similar cord pattern, the black umbrella decorated with gilt pattern, width of bag 22.5cm £50-£60


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327. A black Victorian top hat English, late 19th century, the collapsible hat in original printed card case, with funeral rosettes, the case distressed £60-£100

329. An interesting BBC bakelite radio conductor (?) 1920s, No 3 model, with various knobs titled, aerial, earth, phone, with volume dial, width 15cm £40-£60

330. An unusual brass shop bell in the form of a tortoise English, early 20th century, with winding mechanism, together with another bell with a swan finial to the handle, length 18.5cm £50-£80

328. A Huntley and Palmer biscuit tin in the form of a Grandfather Clock English, circa 1929, lithograped black and gold with some chinoiserie scenes, height 29cm £50-£70

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331. A leather football signed by 1966 World Cup Squad signed in 2006 in ink by Gordon Banks, Ray Wilson, George Cohen, Alan Ball, Nobby Stiles, Jack Charlton, Bobby Charlton, Roger Hunt, Martin Peters and Geoff Hurst, contained in perspex display case £200-£300



332. A World Cup ‘Willie’ mascot from 1966 World Cup the soft bodied lion wearing a Union Jack jersey and cream shorts, height 20.5cm £50-£70

334. An interesting collection of 14 black and white photographs of ‘The Who’ the photographs taken backstage and at the Cheam Bath’s Concert in 1966, to be sold with Copyright, 9.5 x 12.7cm £200-£300 335. A framed and signed album cover by Kylie Minogue together with another framed and signed album cover by Rick Astley, 49 x 49cm £40-£60

333. A 1948 London Olympic Poster illustrating the London Olympic Games 29th July-14th August, with image of a discus thrower in front of the Houses of Parliament, 77 x 52cm £100-£150


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336. Five miniature souvenir cricket bats 1960s, each of the front of the bats with a set of facsimile signatures of the English Test Veterans, and the reverse of the bats with facsimile signatures of various teams including WEST INDIES TOURING TEAM 1963 and AUSTRALIAN TOURING TEAM 1964, length 44.5cm £60-£100

339. A cased ukelele with facsimile signature of George Formby contained in leather covered case, length 55cm £50-£80 337. A John Grey and Sons four stringed Banjo, “Faerie Queen” British, early 20th century, the mahogany body with mother of pearl veneered neck, side and reverse, contained within original case, length 57cm £150-£250 340. A ‘rag-dun’ telescopic Tibetan trumpet of tapered form, the copper trumpet with applied pierced brass sections, extended length 110cm £60-£80

338. A good cased Hohner Club 11b accordion German, 20th century, with push button keys and pearlised design, contained within original fitted case, width 40cm £50-£80

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341. A Simon and Halbig bisque head doll German, impressed on the back of the head S & H mould number 9, composition body with jointed limbs, open mouth, teeth, painted eyelashes and eyebrows and weighted eyes, with earrings and later dress, with leather shoes, height 59cm £50-£80



344. A 1950s teddy bear possibly by Bing German, the cinnamon coloured bear with open mouth, felt pads, moveable limbs and plastic eyes, length 21.5cm £50-£60 342. An Armand Marseille baby doll Gerrman, circa 1910, impressed on the reverse of the head A.M Germany 3’H/8.K, the bisque head with weighted blue eyes, painted eyelashes and rouge lips, with composition body, length 55cm £60-£80

345. Seven wooden hand painted toy soldiers possibly Continental, early 20th century, each of the individual soldiers representing different European countries, in full ceremonial dress, together with an assortment of other toy figures including miniature jointed harlequin, Punch, policeman etc..., height of soldiers 7.5cm £40-£60

343. A Lenci felt boy doll Italian, 1930s, signed on both feet Lenci, with light brown inserted hair, brown eyes looking in one direction and brown eyelashes, with original felt collar and green shorts (under later costume?), together with a black German bisque headed doll with jointed limbs and open mouth, length 46cm £60-£80


346. A Tri-ang Hornby boxed RS90 Pullman Express set 1970s, with ‘Albert Hall’ 4-6 0 Loco and tender, and three Pullman coaches (Ruth, Mary and Car No79), with level crossing, together with a boxed Hornby Depot Diesel, width 61cm £80-£120

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347. A Tri-ang Junior Milk Lorry with Drums English, 1960s, the white painted steel cabin with blue loader holding 13 coloured plastic barrels (two missing), contained within original makers box, length 35cm £40-£50

348. An interesting collection of cigarette cards comprising two early ‘Cromwell Series’ albums including Alexander Boguslavsky ‘Sport Records’ series (1-25) and (26-50); Willis ‘Railway Engines’ (1-50); Willis ‘Roses’ (1-50), together with six John Player albums with sets/part sets and loose Players ‘Cricketers 1934’ (1-50) £60-£80

350. A collection of assorted postcards with 21 early silks and 15 later Mable Lucie Attwell cards and one other £50-£80

351. A collection of over 250 postcards in a period postcard album, of pre/post First World War period, topographical cards particularly of the Bromley area with some ‘real photo’ types, printed topographicals, early ‘comic’ and ‘romantic’ cards £200-£300

349. A collection of cigarette cards range of eight complete sets comprising Ardath ‘Life in the Services’ (1-50); Carreras ‘Kings & Queens of England’ (1-50); Churchmans ‘The R.A.F at Work’ (1-48); Gallaher ‘Victoria Cross 6th Series’ (126-150); Players ‘Military Head-Dress’ (1-50); Players ‘Motor Cars’ (1-50); Wills ‘Military Motors’ (1-50); Wills ‘Time & Money’ (1-50) £200-£300

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352. A collection of postcards comprising 37 First World War period ‘silks’, including Regimental types; woven silks of ‘Albert’ and ‘Arras’, also an ‘Edith Cavell’ (not perfect) and two unidentified real photo cards of hay-making, both the same event with traction engines £120-£180

353. An album of over 300 postcards the majority of the postcards ‘between the wars’ Europe, contained within a period ‘Postcards’ black album £100-£150 354. An interesting collection of 19th century photographs of Natal, South Africa the leather bound landscape format photograph album with exceptional photographs of Natal with coastal scenes around Port Natal including H.M. Ships at Anchor; panoramas of Durban looking East and West; the Royal Hotel in Ulundi square; a superb view of the Jubilee Festivities; the Observatory and Botanical Gardens; first Boer war battlefield scenes of Ingogo and Amajuba; Zulu War period scene of Isandhlwana £120-£180


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(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.

(a) The Seller warrants to The Company and the Buyer that:-

(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.

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:

(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.

(i) the Hammer Price of the Property, if sold;

(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. (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.


(ii) the Reserve Price of the Property or as otherwise stated on the Property Receipt, if unsold; or (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); less Seller’s Commission and Expenses. (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.

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6. VAT

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

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.

(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 re-sale plus all relevant Expenses.

7. POST AUCTION SALES 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.

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.

(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.

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.

(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.



(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 worldwide for the purposes outlined in Condition 11(a).

(a) The Company will advise Sellers whether or not their Property has sold. Unsold Property may either:-

(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.

(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:-

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.

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

CONDITIONS OF BUSINESS FOR BUYERS 1. INTRODUCTION (a) The contractual relationship of Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd and Sellers with prospective Buyers is governed by: (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;

“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.

3. EXAMINATION OF LOTS (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. (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.

“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 18% (inc VAT);

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detailed in Condition 5(d) of the Conditions of Business for Sellers.

(a) THE COMPANY shall refund the Purchase Price to the Buyer in circumstances where it deems that the lot is a Counterfeit.

(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.

(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.

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;

(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.

(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) 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.

(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;

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. 6. IMPORT, EXPORT AND COPYRIGHT RESTRICTIONS 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).

(d) reject future bids from the Buyer;

(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 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 (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. (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 (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. (c) Subject to Condition 7(a), the contract between the Buyer and the Seller is concluded on the striking of the auctioneer’s hammer.

11. DATA PROTECTION (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).

(d) Any post-auction sale of lots shall incorporate these Conditions of Business.

12. MISCELLANEOUS 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


(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.

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Catherine southon 15 november 2012  
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