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Antiques & Collectables Wednesday 20th November at 12 noon TO BE HELD AT THE CHATEAU, COOMBE LANE, CROYDON, SURREY CR0 5RE


Antiques & Collectables Wednesday 20th November at 12 noon VIEWING Tuesday 19th November 9.30am - 5.30pm Wednesday 20th November 9am - 11.30am

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

Consultants: 

Mark Stacey Susan Rothwell Aubrey Dawson

Sale Administrator:

Nicola Minney

Auction Enquiries and Information:

07596 332978 020 8667 9023 (18th-22nd November only) 07808 737694 Email: info@catherinesouthon.co.uk

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 St Marks Hall, Braemar Gardens, West Wickham, Kent 12.15 - 2.15pm

I M P O R TA N T N O T I C E S Please note that purchased items of furniture should be collected from the auction venue before 4pm on Friday 22nd November. All other purchases can also be collected during this time. Please note that the condition of items are not noted in the catalogue. Condition reports can be viewed on www.the-saleroom.com 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 1-44)


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4. A late George III mahogany card table with rounded front and boxwood stringing, raised on tapered legs, height 67cm, width 91cm, depth 45cm £100-£200

1. A Victorian rosewood work table the hinged leather inset top rising to form a book stand, over two central drawers with sewing well below, flanked either side by small candle drawers with drop flaps to the side, supported on reeded tapering legs to castors. 121cm wide extended, 73cm wide closed, 43cm deep £300-£500

5. A heavily carved walnut piano stool late Victorian, with adjustable height and tripod scroll feet, height 48cm £100-£150

2. A large walnut footstool circa 1900, raised on four bun feet, with lockable compartment, width 46cm £100-£150 3. A George III mahogany oval planter on stand of segmented brass bound construction with tin liner and supported on a base with claw and ball feel and shell capped knees. 46cm wide, 67cm high including stand. £70-£100

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6. A walnut veneered Victorian Davenport with floral marquetry of typical form with open top to the back revealing compartmented interior, tooled leather desk with sectioned interior, one side with four faux drawers, the other with four real drawers, on castors, height 80cm, width 52.5cm £300-£400

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7. A copper plated log bin with sloping lid and embossed front and side panels of medieval scenes and shell border, width 72cm, height 51cm £60-£90

9. A Victorian black slate mantel clock the drum top with white enamel dial and open centre showing works, with inset bronze classical panel, mercury pendulum with twin column facade and a marble inset base, 47cm high £60-£80

10. An Edwardian mahogany cased mantel clock the domed top case with satinwood inlay, with silvered dial. With silver presentation plaque. French brass movement stamped ‘Marque Depose’, supported on small brass bun feet. Together with an associated key in a leather box with presentation plaque ‘To the Mayoress of Doncaster’, 31.5cm high £150-£250

8. A Georgian mahogany stick barometer by Cary of London with silvered faceplate, ivory adjuster above an inset thermometer with silvered plate, lacking adjuster and circular reservoir cover, 97cm high £700-£1,000

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11. A 20th century French brass carriage clock the white dial with black Roman numerals, retailed by Bayard and made by Duverdrey & Bloquel, with nine jewel movement, 12cm high £60-£80

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12. A Smiths Art Deco small mantel clock with square cream dial and green numerals, in a chromed and bakelite frame, in a fitted case, 17.5cm wide £80-£120

13. A pair of mid 20th century Coronation stained glass oval windows with leaded frames and inset coloured panels, painted with ‘ER II, 1953’ and Queens crown, 29 x 24.5cm £200-£300

14. A 1920s stained glass porch light of rectangular form with hooks for hanging chains, approximate height 40cm £50-£70

15. Three Victorian wooden boxes comprising a rosewood veneered sewing box with inlaid mother of pearl cartouche, a walnut veneered box with rounded front and Tunbridgeware zig-zag inlay with mother of pearl cartouche, and a mahogany box, the largest width 40cm £100-£150

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16. A Victorian rosewood dressing table box opening to reveal compartmented interior with mother of pearl escutcheon containing two glass jars with metal lids, and securing rod lifting out to reveal drawer below, together with a small veneered box with strips of Tunbridgeware, together with a small tooled leather covered box titled ‘A Lady’s Companion’ containing manicure set (incomplete) (3), the largest width 29.5cm £70-£100

17. An Asprey black leather stationery box with curved top hinged lid, fitted interior and drawer below, stamped with Asprey of Bond Street retailers mark, 24cm wide £40-£60

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18. A George III mahogany tea caddy the top and front inlaid with boxwood and ebony stars, with ivory escutcheon, 10.75cm wide £60-£80

19. A burr walnut veneered writing slope late 19th century, with inlaid brass banding to the top and sides opening up to reveal a tooled leather covered writing slope, pen tray and compartments for ink (missing), width 30cm £50-£80

21. A Victorian Tunbridgeware carved rosewood coin holder of circular form with removable coin tube, carved bands with inlaid star roundels, 4.75cm diameter £80-£120

22. A pair of Robert Thompson ‘Mouseman’ carved oak napkin rings of octagonal barrel form, each with carved signature mouse £50-£80

23. A Boer War Prisoner of War carved walking stick with silver collar hallmarked 1911 and engraved with inscription ‘Carved by Boer Prisoner 1900 St. Helena’. The stick with carved hand holding a stone and wearing a bracelet carved St. Helena, 88cm long £150-£200

20. A mahogany Victorian jewellery casket with stepped pediment, columns to corners and lift down flap to front revealing nine faux tortoiseshell veneered wooden drawers, width 35cm £300-£500

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24. A carved wooden walking stick with club shaped end early 20th century, 92cm long £50-£80

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25. A Victorian brass ships lamp with lyre shaped frame and pendulum suspended lamp bowl. Converted to electricity, on a heavy fluted base, 24.5cm high £30-£50 26. An Art Nouveau hammered copper vase with twin caryatid handles and bulbous body supported on a slender stem and circular foot, 30.5cm high £40-£60

29. A chromed coat hook in the form of a foxes head by Gucci on a leather base, with Gucci retail label on the reverse, 15.5cm wide, 20cm high £80-£120

27. An unusual Eastern brass circular shield of domed form, engraved with a central winged beast and surrounded by figures and other animals amidst trees decorated in red and blue enamel, with four applied roundels and four rings with fabric backing mounted to the rear, 36cm diameter £80-£120 28. An unusual Persian bronze jug finely engraved all over with flowers and scrolling leaves, the body banded with a serpent and with similar handle, 14cm high £50-£70

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30. A German embossed pewter beaker ‘Die Grunder des Deutschenreiches’, engraved with inscriptions around the rim and dated 1904. With later gold paint, 11cm high, 8cm diameter £40-£60

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31. An early 19th century engraved horn hunting beaker engraved throughout with hunting scenes of huntsmen and hounds, with applied shield with owners initials J.G, height 12cm £100-£150 32. William Grant Stevenson RSA Scottish (1849-1919) A cast bronze figure of Robbie Burns, wearing a swallow tail jacket and holding a notebook in his left hand, standing on a naturalistic base, supported on a wooden plinth. After the original bronze life-size sculpture. Engraved signature to the reverse, 17cm high excluding plinth £100-£150 33. ‡ Leonard Stanfield Merrifield British (1880-1943) A bronze figure of a WWI allied soldier, on marble base, signed L. S. Merrifield, 1924, 21.5cm high £200-£300 34

34. A pair of Victorian classical spelter figures well modelled as robed women resting against columns in classical poses and supported on circular ebonised wooden bases, 64cm high (largest) £400-£600 35. ‡ Tom Greenshields (1915-1994) ‘Anya with Book’, A limited edition resin sculpture of a nude girl reading. Signed and numbered 4/350, 48cm long £80-£120

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36. An Art Nouveau spelter table lamp formed as a a robed woman holding a flower head sconce, and supported on a petal shaped base, wired for electricity, 31.5cm high £50-£70

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37. A bronze bust of the Greek God Ares 20th century, supported on a square tapering plinth upon a marble block base, 26.5cm high £100-£150

40. A Victorian bronze figure of a nude man kneeling and holding a trowel, a robe over his shoulder, supported on a rectangular bronze plinth on a green marble base, 19.5cm wide £100-£150

38. An Art Nouveau spelter nude woman table lighter formed as a partially nude woman with robe around her waist and supported on a rectangular veined marble base, 21cm high £60-£80

41. Just Andersen Danish (1884-1943) A bronzed ‘disko’ metal inkwell formed as a cherub resting on a tilting pot. Impressed marks to base and number 1704, 5.75cm high £80-£120 42. A 1930s style chrome plated Art Deco nude girl holding a feather of cast metal, supported on a circular onyx base, 29.5cm high £60-£80

39. A 1930s cold painted bronze and onyx pin tray crested with a pair of parakeets on branches and supported on a circular onyx bowl base, 12cm diameter £100-£150

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43. ‡ Sir Eduardo Paolozzi R.A. (1924-2005) ‘Relief in Gold’ a moulded porcelain abstract plaque produced by Rosenthal. Limited Edition 30/50. Signed, on a stepped ebonised base, 31.5 x 16.5cm £3,000-£5,000

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44. ‡ Tom Merrifield Australian (b.1933) ‘John Curry’ bronze, the Olympic ice skater in a graceful pose, signed and numbered on base 2/10, sold with original receipt from Liberty & Co, Regent Street dated 1977, height 32cm, width 46cm £1,500-£2,500 Tom Merrifield left his rewarding and successful career as a dancer and took up drawing and sculpting as his full time career. He has sculpted a number of famous dancers including Natalie Makarova, Sir Anthony Dowel, Dame Beryl Grey and Wayne Sleep.

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Prints, Paintings & Miniatures (LOTS 45-71)


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45. ‡ Dame Barbara Hepworth British (1903-1975) ‘Olympus’ from the Aegean Suite 1970-1971, lithograph in colours, signed and numbered in pencil 41/60, with blind stamp to bottom left, mounted and framed, sold with a Christie’s Certificate of Authentication, 81 x 58cm £1,000-£1,500

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46. ‡ Dame Barbara Hepworth British (1903-1975) ‘Delos’ from Aegean Suite 1970-1971, lithograph in black and yellow, signed in pencil and numbered 60/60, with blind stamp to bottom left, framed, 81cm x 58cm £1,000-£1,500

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48 47. ‡ Dame Elisabeth Frink R.A. British (1930-1993) The Grey Rider, 1970, lithograph in colours, signed in pencil and numbered 495/500 mounted and framed, 58.5 x 78.5cm £1,000-£1,500

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48. ‡ John Piper British (1903-1992) Continental Palace, A large coloured silkscreen limited edition print, signed and numbered 22/70 in pencil to the margin, framed, 70 x 103cm £1,000-£1,500

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51. ‡ Tom Merrifield Australian (b.1933) Standing ballerina, limited edition print, signed and numbered 114/150, mounted and framed, 52.5 x 17.5cm £80-£120

49. ‡ Tom Merrifield Australian (b.1933) Pierrot No 1, limited edition print, signed and numbered 125/150, mounted and framed, 40 x 36cm £60-£80

50. ‡ Tom Merrifield Australian (b.1933) Pierrot smelling a flower, limited edition print, signed and numbered 2/150, framed, 44 x 39cm £60-£80 52. ‡ Tom Merrifield Australian (b.1933) Two dancers, limited edition print, signed and numbered 35/250, mounted and framed, 28 x 22cm £60-£80

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53 53. Robert Heindel American (1938-2005) A set of four prints, comprising standing ballerina signed and numbered 139/500, sitting ballerina signed and numbered 139/500, crouching ballerina 139/500 and standing male ballet dancer 139/500, all framed and mounted, 39 x 26cm £200-£300

55. ‡ Don Cordery British (b.1942) ‘Screech Owls’, lithograph, signed and numbered 84/150, sold with a Christie’s Certificate of Authenticity, framed, 50 x 62cm £80-£120 The Screech-Owl is mainly found in the woodland areas of North America

54. A black and white photographic print of Rudolf Nureyev 36 x 28cm £40-£60

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58. ‡ Max Hofler British (1892-1963) ‘Richmond - Yorkshire’, oil on canvas, signed with Fine Art Society label on the reverse, in a moulded gilt frame, 49 x 59cm £400-£600

56. William Lionel Wyllie British (1851-1931) A pair of black and white engravings of fishing boats in an estuary. Both signed in pencil. Image 15.5 x 22.5cm £200-£300

59. A 20th century oil on canvas of a Parisian street scene French school, depicting a flower seller in the foreground. Signed indistinctly, in a moulded gilt frame, 44 x 53cm £300-£400

57. A 15th century French illuminated manuscript page on vellum, with latin verse, the margin decorated with flowers and leaves, framed, 11 x 11cm £80-£120

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60 60. Fortunino Matania R.I. Italian (1881-1963) A Roman interior, unframed, 53 x 72cm £800-£1,200 During the First World War Matania became an official war artist, however after the war he completely changed his style. He decorated his own home with reproductions of Roman artefacts, and painted scenes of the ancient high life for the British market. Matania exhibited regularly at the Royal Academy.

61. James Yates Carrington British (1857-1892) Two circular dog portraits, both signed ‘YATES CARRINGTON’ lower left, and one inscribed with a monogram lower right, oil on canvas, in square gilt frames, 26 x 26cm £600-£800

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62 62. F. B. Tysoe (19th Century) A set of six sketches depicting dog fighting scenes, ‘How the Bone was Won’, ‘The Challenge’, Unless Somebody Interferes’, ‘Vanquished’, ‘Disgraced but not Defeated’, ‘The Duel’. All signed and dated 1889. 13.5 x 12cm, one 11 x 23cms £400-£500

63. John Callow, British (1822-1878) Marine scene of sailing ships in rough water. Signed, watercolour, 25 x 35cm £500-£700

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64. F.H. Sypkens Dutch (1813-1860) Oil on canvas, landscape with figures and cattle, together with original receipt of purchase from 1968, 47.5 x 58cm £400-£600

66. Lawson Wood, British (1878-1957) ‘As Used in the Royal Household’ page boys polishing the kings shoes., Watercolour, signed and dated ‘10. In a later frame, 44.5 x 32.5cm £400-£600

65. D. Lightfoot Punting on the river, oil on board. Signed, in a gilt frame, 34 x 54cm £20-£40

67. Ethel Louise Rawlins British (1880-1940) Country landscape with trees and a hamlet in the background. Watercolour, signed, 43.5 x 60cm £100-£150

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70. 19th Century English School Still life with game birds and a rabbit on an arched shelf. Oil on canvas in a gilt gesso frame, 50 x 60cm £400-£600

68. Scottish School (19th century) A large portrait of a seated lady with hands clasped and a tartan robe over one arm, with ringlets in her hair. In a large gilt gesso frame with acanthus and floral decoration, 105 x 68cm £400-£600

71. A Regency miniature on ivory of a young lady in white dress inscribed MB 1806, in red Morocco leather outer case, length 10cm £300-£500

69. Attributed to Sir David Wilkie R.A., Scottish (1785-1841) ‘Greenwich Pensioner’, seated at a table with wooden leg. Oil on panel and inscribed to the reverse, 20 x 15.5cm £200-£300

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72. A 19th century Persian pottery pictorial tile depicting a hunter on horseback with a bird of prey, a palace in the background, with floral border, 19 x 12.5cm £80-£120

75. A Royal Worcester painted pin tray by Albert Shuck dated 1932, of cushion shape and painted with apples and blackberries, with gilt ribbed rim. Mark in puce to base. Together with receipt from Harrods dated 1938, 10.5 x 13.5cm £80-£120

73. Two crested ware steam ships comprising a Carlton China model of ‘The Lusitania’, inscribed’ The Great War 1914-1918, The German Fleet Surrendered 74 Warships, Nov 21st 1918’. ‘Sunk by German Submarine, Off the Irish Coast, May 7th 1915, Lives lost 1275, saved 703’. Together with a Devonia Art China model of HMS Tiger with Plymouth crest and similar Great War inscription (2), 16.5 and 15cm long £80-£120

74. A Grainger & Co. Worcester reticulated bottle vase dated 1892, of Persian influence decorated with bands of turquoise and gilt on an ivory ground, factory mark to base. Possible part of a larger piece, 21cm high £100-£150

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76. A small Royal Worcester spill vase by J. Stinton dated 1905, painted with a scene of highland cattle, with pierced rim. Marked in green to base. 8.75cm high, 5cm diameter £200-£300

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77. A WWI Wilkinson, Carruthers Gould character jug of King George V the front inscribed ‘Pro Patria’, dated 1919, printed marks to the base and stamp ‘Exclusive to Soane & Smith Ltd’. Designed by Sir Francis Carruthers Gould, 30cm high £700-£900

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78. A WWI Wilkinson, Carruthers Gould character jug of Marshall F. Foch the front inscribed ‘Au Diable Le Kaiser’, dated 1918, printed marks to the base and stamp ‘Exclusive to Soane & Smith Ltd’. Designed by Sir Francis Carruthers Gould, and original label to inside of jug, 30.5cm high £600-£800

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79. A Wedgwood Travel Pattern dinner service by Eric Ravilious circa 1956 and designed in 1937. Printed with travel scenes on a pale grey ground. Comprising: 6 x dinner plates, 6 x soup plates, 5 x dessert plates, 6 x side plates, 2 x vegetable dishes and covers, 1 x gravy boat on stand, 1 x small oval meat plate, 1 x large oval meat plate. Factory mark to base. £300-£500

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80. An early 20th Century Continental Maiolica Centrepiece formed as a cherub pushing a cart supporting a large shell, on a naturalistic base, 27.5cm high £80-£120 81. A Victorian Staffordshire porcelain puzzle jug decorated with panels of flowers on a puce ground with gilt decoration, 24cm high £40-£60 82. A Doulton Burslem water jug with blue and white floral transfer printed decoration and gilt rim, 20cm high £20-£40

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83. An early 19th century Sunderland lustre mug ‘Success to Sailor’s’, decorated with a scene of a young lady seated on a tea chest with two sailors ships in the background, 12cm high £60-£80

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84. A Royal Doulton Morrisian Ware jug decorated with figures from the Eastern series, with printed mark to base, 17cm high £60-£80 85. A large Clarice Cliff pottery vase the body of slender form with flared neck and decorated with a tree with hanging leaves with bushes in the background. Stamped mark to base, 31cm high £60-£80

87. A collection of assorted Staffordshire pot lids and jars comprising: six pictorial pot lids, Pegwell Bay x 2, The Late Prince Consort, Portrait of a lady and Garibaldi, together with an inkwell and six toothpaste and ointment advertising pots and lids. Various sizes. £60-£80

88. A Victorian Royal Worcester blush ivory trio dated 1898 decorated with flowers and leaves, with gilt rims and puce marks to the bases. Saucer 17cm diameter. £70-£100

86. A Collection of ten Staffordshire pictorial pot lids comprising: The Cavalier, A Pretty Kettle of Fish, Albert Memorial, Marine Scene, Low Life, The Sportsman, Uncle Toby, Embarking for the East, Rue de la Ville Strasbourg Prise du Port, Cattle pub scene. Four sold with bases. Various sizes. £80-£120

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89. A 1930s Shelley porcelain tea set circa 1933 with green painted rims and graduated pale green to white ground with looped handles. Comprising: six cups and saucers, six tea plates, sandwich plate, milk jug and sugar bowl. £100-£150

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90. A Dennis China Works ‘Snowdrop’ pattern biscuit barrel designed by Sally Tuffin, of cylindrical form with flat lid, with incised decoration on a graduated cream/blue ground. Impressed marks to base, 13cm diameter, 11cm high £70-£100 91. A Dennis China Works ‘Snowdrop’ pattern trumpet vase designed by Sally Tuffin, of flared cylindrical form, with incised decoration on a graduated cream/blue ground. Impressed marks to base, 16.5cm high, 11.5cm diameter £60-£80

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92. A Dennis China Works ‘Snowdrop’ pattern vase designed by Sally Tuffin, of squat bulbous form, with incised decoration on a graduated cream/blue ground. Impressed marks to base, 12.5cm high, 9.5cm diameter £50-£80 93. A Dennis China Works ‘Snowdrop’ pattern vase designed by Sally Tuffin, of cylindrical form, with incised decoration on a graduated cream/blue ground. Impressed marks to base, 13.5cm high, 6.5cm diameter £40-£60 94. A Dennis China Works ‘Snowdrop’ pattern tazza designed by Sally Tuffin, the dished top supported on a narrow column with domed foot, with incised decoration on a graduated cream/blue ground. Impressed marks to base. 15.5cm diameter, 10.5cm high £70-£100 95. A Moorcroft Pomegranate vase circa 1925, decorated on a deep blue ground, with impressed mark to base, and signed in green, 15cm high £200-£300

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96. A modern Moorcroft ‘Sunflower’ pattern vase of bulbous form with tubelined decoration on a red ground. With impressed marks to base and dated ‘94, 19.5cm high, 12.5cm diameter £50-£80

97. A modern Moorcroft ‘Sunflower’ pattern vase of bulbous baluster form with tubelined decoration on a red ground. With impressed marks to the base and dated ‘94, 16.5cm high, 11cm diameter £70-£90

98. A Spode Cadogan teapot circa 1830, with treacle brown glaze, height 19cm £100-£150

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99. A Ruskin lustre ware vase of mottled iridescent purple with impressed Ruskin mark to underside, height 26cm £80-£120

100. A large purple Wedgwood vase with ribbed pattern and of bolbous form, and impressed Wedgwood mark to base, height 39cm £40-£60

101. A large ‘Shamrock’ pattern pig after 1930, with painted signature on the underside Nekola Pinxt, length 46cm £400-£600

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102. Robin Welch (born 1936) A large Studio Pottery vase, rustically decorated with earthy abstract patterns, with applied ‘RW’ seal mark to base, 52.5cm high £100-£150

104. A large Japanese Satsuma vase and cover circa 1900, the lid crested with a gilt dog of foe, the body decorated with two panels depicting figures in landscapes, against a ground of geometric and asymmetrical designs. Supported on a carved wooden stand, 47cm high without stand £200-£300 105. A Japanese Satsuma bottle vase of cylindrical form decorated with Oriental scenes upon a ground of geometric and asymmetrical panels, all highlighted in gilt, 18.5cm high £80-£120

103. Two Clive Brooker Studio pottery pieces comprising a large aerofoil shaped vase with studded decoration and supported on a circular foot, together with a smaller abstract sculpture. Both signed, 35cm and 28cm high £100-£150

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106. A matched pair of Japanese Satsuma dishes circa 1900, of lobed circular form, painted with panels of domestic scenes on blue grounds and highlighted with gilt, each with gilt character marks to base, 11cm diameter £100-£150

107. A large pair of Japanese Export Satsuma vases early 20th century, decorated with panels depicting social garden scenes with groups of figures in conversation. On blue grounds with gilt floral highlights, 38.5cm high £150-£250

108. A pair of Chinese porcelain brush pots circa 1900, painted with enamel panels of flowers and vases, with red ink stamps to the bases, 7.5cm diameter £100-£150

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109. A large 19th century Chinese famille verte vase decorated with panels of figures in garden scenes, and smaller panels of birds, against a red and white floral ground. With six Kangxi character marks to the base, 46cm high £300-£500

110. A Japanese Export Cloisonné tazza circa 1910, the top depicting a blue dragon amidst stylised clouds with waves below, on a black ground, the stem of similar design for floral decoration, 19cm diameter £200-£300

111. A pair of 1920s Japanese Export ware vases decorated in the famille rose palette with scenes of warriors in battle, with applied dragons and dog of foe handles. Impressed marks to base, 36cm high £100-£150

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113 112. A Whitefriars purple glass Drunken Bricklayer vase designed by Geoffrey Baxter, circa 1969, 21cm high £100-£150

113. A collection of Modern clear glass by Steuben American, consisting of a butter dish with lid engraved with an elephant, a paperweight with intaglio of a head of a cat, a spill vase with air bubble decoration to base, a scent bottle with air twist decoration to the stopper and a weighted base, another paperweight inset with three rings, a circular fruit bowl on four scroll feet, and a sweet meat bowl with a single scroll handle, all signed on base (7), diameter of bowl 20cm £100-£200

114. A Lalique frosted glass flower head mid 20th century with black enamel decoration, signed Lalique, France, 10.5cm diameter £40-£60

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115. A collection of four Lalique glass plates comprising: a 1973 Lalique Crystal bird plate in original box, a pair of circular side plates signed R. Lalique France and a Lalique purple coloured glass saucer. Largest 21cm diameter £50-£70

116. A modern Lalique glass spiral twist vase together with a Lalique frosted glass dove pin tray. Both with engraved signatures to the base (2). Vase 15.5cm high, dove 9.5cm high £60-£80

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117. A silver pin cushion in the form of a pig circa 1900, missing liner, rubbed mark, length 5.5cm £100-£150

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118. A large silver pig shaped pin cushion hallmarked Birmingham, 1906, length 8.5cm £200-£300

119. A silver pin cushion in the form of a pig circa 1908, with stamped inscription to one side reading BONHEUR Oct 7 1908, length 5.5cm £80-£120

120. An early 20th century silver gilt coloured metal miniature locket in the form of an envelope length 1.25cm £80-£100

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121. An early 20th century silver gilt stamp case in the form of an envelope hallmarked Birmingham, 1903, with makers initials V & Co, engraved on the reverse with the owners initial N, length 3cm £50-£80

122. A Great Western Railway silver pin tray hallmarked Birmingham 1926, or rectangular form with scalloped corners, with inscription ‘General Strike May 1926, to Mr. R. C. Brown, with the grateful thanks of the Great Western Railway Co’. Makers mark: ACB. 8.5 x 13cm. 4.2 troy oz. £40-£60

123. A nurses silver belt buckle hallmarked Birmingham 1979, of pierced and scrolled foliate design. £40-£60

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124. A Victorian and an Edwardian silver belt buckle the first hallmarked Birmingham 1897 and formed as a single piece heart shape with cherubs, the second hallmarked London 1906 and decorated with cherubs riding dolphins in two parts. Combined weight 2.9 troy oz £70-£100

125. A collection of Indian white metal objects including two heavily embossed belt buckles, a square brooch and three oval locket pendents. All embossed with gods and deities, all unmarked (6). Combined weight 7.6 troy oz. £60-£80

126. An early 20th century Indian silver embossed calling card case finely embossed with an elephant to one side and tiger the other, decorated all-over with scrolling leaves and flowers. Makers mark: O.M. for Oomersi Mawji 10 x 7cm £200-£300

127. Two Edwardian silver handled button hooks the first formed as a two-sided teddy bear and hallmarked Birmingham 1909, the second as a cherub and hallmarked 1906 (2), 17.5 and 15.5cm long £50-£70

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128. A collection of mixed silver dressing table items comprising a silver backed Birmingham hair brush, a silver topped glass dressing table jar, an embossed silver handled shoe horn and a floral embossed silver comb (4). £80-£150

130. Two Art Nouveau silver overlaid green glass scent bottles of globular and bulbous form, with applied floral, foliate and net silver decoration, stoppers with similar decoration, 10cm and 8.5cm high £100-£150 131. An Edwardian silver topped cranberry glass scent bottle hallmarked Birmingham 1908, the hinged top embossed with flowers, original glass stopper and a facet-cut glass body with star-cut base, 6.25cm high £80-£120

129. Three Victorian embossed silver dressing table items comprising a brush with foliate decoration and hidden masks and birds, London 1891 by William Comyns, a hand mirror embossed with a hunting scene, Birmingham 1901 and a hand brush decorated with a huntsman and hounds, Chester 1901. £150-£250

132. A pair of Victorian silver topped scent bottles hallmarked London 1861 with engraved decoration, the square glass bottles with hobnail cut decoration, 8.75cm high £70-£100

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135. A silver pin tray hallmarked London 1897, with maker’s initials for William Comyns shaped tray heavily embossed with a classical scene of Roman figures enclosed within a scroll border, length 12cm £80-£120 133. A Liberty & Co. silver topped perfume bottle hallmarked Birmingham 1911, the silver top with inset turquoise, with bulbous glass body, 11cm high £100-£150

136. An early 19th century silver viniagrette hallmarked Birmingham, 1815, with silver gilt grille with chased decoration, the front and reverse with chased oak leaf decoration, length 2.5cm £80-£100

134. A tan leather faux crocodile skin vanity case early 20th century, with hinged lid, front and back, folding open to reveal a fully fitted interior with silver plated bottles, ebony brushes and other accessories. With engraved lock plate ‘JP’, 23cm wide £100-£150

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137. A Georgian silver vinaigrette hallmarked Birmingham 1808, with engraved floral decoration and gilded interior, makers mark: Cocks & Bettridge, 2.4cm long £70-£90

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141. An Asprey & Co. Edwardian silver bell shaped inkwell hallmarked Birmingham 1910, with glass liner and flip-up lid on a weighted base. 7cm diameter, 6.5cm high £100-£150

138. A Victorian Adam design rectangular silver photograph frame hallmarked Birmingham 1901, embossed with a floral urn swags and roundels, with green velvet easel back. Makers mark G & C Ltd. 19.5 x 13.5cm £40-£60

139. A Victorian silver embossed photograph frame hallmarked Birmingham 1901, together with four Georgian silver salt spoons with gilded bowls and London hallmarks (5), Frame 18.5 x 13cm. Spoons: 3.4 troy oz. £80-£120

140. A Maltese silver model of a cannon late 19th century, the barrel of silver construction with applied Maltese cross, crested with a crown, coat of arms and three floral bands. Supported on an ebonised wooden carriage with metal wheels. Hallmarked for Malta and stamped .917. Barrel 25cm long. £300-£500

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142. A Victorian silver ink stand hallmarked Sheffield 1895, with twin cut glass inkwells with embossed tops and central rectangular covered compartment, all with engraved armorial crest. The base with scrolled rim, pen depression and engraved presentation inscription, supported on four scrolled feet. Makers mark: J.G. 26cm wide. Base: 24.75 troy oz. £300-£500

143. A Victorian engraved silver inkstand by the Barnard family hallmarked London 1876, fitted with two cut glass inkwells with hinged silver tops and a hexagonal silver taperstick, the base with two pen recessions, all-over engraved decoration and supported on fleur de lys feet. Makers mark: John, Edward, Walter & John Barnard. 26cm wide. 15.6 troy oz excluding inkwells. £450-£650

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147. A silver cigarette case together with a mother of pearl and silver pen knife, and a sterling silver toothpick, length of case 8cm £50-£60 148. An Edwardian silver rose bowl hallmarked London 1906, with twin scrolled handles, the bowl decorated with laurel swags and ribbons, on a circular foot. Maker S W Smith & Co. Together with a silver mustard pot, lacking liner, Sheffield 1912. (2). Bowl 17.5cm diameter, 15.2 troy oz. Mustard pot 2.1 troy oz £100-£150

144. An Asprey engine turned silver travelling clock barometer hallmarked Birmingham 1938, of hinged foldout design, with central thermometer and engraved Asprey retail mark, with silversmiths mark A. Wilcox. The lid with applied initials ‘AH’, 12.5cm wide £300-£500

149. An Austrian Art & Crafts style hammered silver stem cup mid 20th century, the bowl of broad dished form, supported on a thick column inset with animal horn. The base stamped .920 Austria, makers mark JPT. 11cm diameter, 6.75cm high, 9.68 troy oz total £60-£80 145. A WWII Silver ashtray by Mappin & Webb hallmarked London 1943 and bearing inscription ‘Presented by Officers of Z Section HQ to Alderman Boddington (Mayor of Croydon), for his personal interest and help, October 1944’. 11.5cm wide, 3.2 troy oz £50-£70

146. A silver reservoir by Asprey & Co hallmarked Birmingham 1919/1920, with makers mark for Asprey & Co, with two fitted trays to base, all engraved with clenched fist motif, height 9cm £50-£80

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150. A Victorian pierced silver bon bon dish hallmarked for London 1896, decorated with ribbons, swags and scrollwork, supported on four scrolled feet. The base stamped ‘Hunt & Roskell, Late Storr & Mortimer’. Makers mark AB, AHB. 14cm diameter, 4.75 troy oz £80-£120

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151. An Edwardian silver rose bowl on stand hallmarked Sheffield 1904, of spiral fluted form on a circular foot. The base engraved ‘John Cockburn, silversmith, Richmond’. Supported on an ebonised wooden plinth with silver devoted service plaque. 21cm diameter. 17 troy oz. £200-£300

152. An Edwardian oval silver boat shaped pedestal bowl hallmarked London 1906, with scrolled rim and Bristol blue glass liner. Makers mark: R.H & S. 17cm wide, 6.75 troy oz. £80-£120

154. A William IV silver christening mug hallmarked London 1835, the body of lobed urn shape with acanthus capped scrolled handle, gilded interior and supported on a circular foot. 9.5cm high. 4.7 troy oz £150-£200

155. Two pairs of silver column candlesticks one pair hallmarked Birmingham 1905 and with makers mark: Asprey & Co, the other pair hallmarked Birmingham 1919 and with makers mark: Boots Pure Drug Company, 11.5cm high £60-£80

153. A Victorian circular silver bowl hallmarked London 1894, of spiral fluted design and supported on three hoof style feet with petal rim. Makers mark: Walter & John Barnard. 11.5cm diameter, 4.75 troy oz £100-£150

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156. A George III silver two handled cup hallmarked London 1815, with twin scrolled handles and embossed with flowers. Makers mark: William Bateman I. 31.2 troy oz. 16cm high £300-£500

157. A George V silver pedestal bowl hallmarked Birmingham 1932, with acanthus crested rim and circular foot. Makers mark: Barkers Brothers Ltd. 25.5cm diameter, 16 troy oz £120-£180

158. A silver cased Christening set comprising fork, knife and spoon, in red Morocco leather case, length of case 15cm £40-£60

160. A pair of Georgian silver sugar nips by Hester Bateman hallmarked London c.1784. With bright cut decoration. 0.9 troy oz £80-£100

161. A pair of Victorian fiddle pattern sugar nips hallmarked London 1839. Makers mark Benoni Stephens. 1.4 troy oz £30-£40

159. A box of Royal Mint 1955 Maundy money in original presentation box, £40-£60

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165. A pair of Georgian silver table spoons hallmarked London 1808 and engraved with initials ‘P’. Makers mark: Samuel Godbehere, Edward Wigan & James Boult. 4 troy oz. £70-£100 162. A pair of Victorian cased silver spoons hallmarked Sheffield 1895, the gilded bowls with partially pierced rims, spiral twist stems and pierced foliate ends. In a fitted blue velvet and leather case. Makers mark: Harrison Brothers & Howson. 22cm long, 4 troy oz £100-£150

166. A pair of Georgian silver serving spoons hallmarked London 1818, with engraved crest of a hand holding a dagger. 4 troy oz £70-£100

163. A set of six Art Deco style silver and enamel coffee spoons hallmarked Birmingham 1956, in a fitted case. Makers mark: Turner & Simpson. 1.7 troy oz combined £30-£50

167. A set of four Georgian silver table spoons hallmarked London 1797, with engraved phoenix crests. Makers mark: William Eley & William Fearn. 8.7 troy oz £150-£200 164. A set of four Victorian silver fiddle pattern table spoons hallmarked London 1841 and bearing leopards head crests, makers mark WBDB. 8.4 troy oz £150-£200

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168. Three assorted silver spoons comprising: A Georgian silver table spoon, An Edwardian silver spoon, Sheffield 1905 and an Edwardian silver strainer spoon with horn stem, Birmingham 1908. Approx 3.5 troy oz of silver £80-£120

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169. A Georgian silver jockeys cap caddy spoon by Hester Bateman with tied ribbon back, and engraved initials., 7cm long £200-£300

170. A cased silver feeder and spoon hallmarked Sheffield 1957, length of case 19cm £40-£60

171. A Georgian silver berry spoon hallmarked London 1810, together with a silver pig charm stamped 925, a sterling silver thimble, and a pair of miniature silver salt spoons in case, length of spoon 17.5cm £40-£60

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172. Two cased sets of silver teaspoons Comprising: six apostle spoons, hallmarked Sheffield 1964 and six Art Deco style teaspoons hallmarked Sheffield 1931. Combined weight 4.5 troy oz £40-£60

173. An Arts & Craft silver teaspoon by Sybil Dunlop hallmarked London 1914/1915, initialled on the reverse SD, with hammered bowl, the handle terminating with pierced and interlaced foliage and inset teardrop shaped amethyst, length 14.2cm £100-£150

174. An Edwardian silver cream jug and sugar bowl hallmarked Birmingham 1905 and 1906, of bulbous lobed form, with foliate rims and scrolled handles supported on embossed feet. Makers mark: Charles Wilkes. 7 troy oz £80-£120

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175. A George V silver three piece tea set by James Dixon & Sons hallmarked Sheffield 1928, of squat flared design with reeded handles and carved ebonised teapot handle. Comprising teapot, milk jug and sugar bowl. 45.5 troy oz including wooden handle. £500-£700

176. A George V silver three piece tea set hallmarked Birmingham 1930, of simple form with beaded rims. Makers mark William Suckling Ltd. Teapot 14cms diameter. 19.2 troy oz including handles. £250-£350

177. A George V Mappin & Webb three piece silver tea set hallmarked Sheffield 1923, of plain tapered form with ropetwist rims, teapot with wooden handle and knop. 21.8 troy oz including handles. £300-£400

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178. A George V hammered silver three piece tea set hallmarked London 1928, of good quality and globular form with scrolled handles. The teapot with wooden handle and knop. Makers mark: Reid & Sons. 33.4 troy oz including handle. £500-£700

179. A George V Mappin & Webb silver three piece tea set hallmarked Sheffield 1913, of semi-fluted form with gadrooned rims, comprising teapot, sugar bowl, tongs and milk jug. 21.5 troy oz including handle. £150-£200

180. A George III silver eight division toast rack hallmarked London 1792, with looped handle and fine wire-work dividing sections and supported on four shaped feet. Makers mark William Abdy II. 17.5cm long, 4.7 troy oz £400-£500

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181. A large oval silver two handled tray hallmarked London 1972, with pie crust rim and supported on four knurled feet. Maker A.C. & Sons Ltd. 61.5cm long. 79.7 troy oz. £1,000-£1,500

182. A silver salver hallmarked Sheffield 1967, with pie crust rim and supported on three feet. With makers mark for Garrard & Co. Ltd, Regent Street, London. With loyal service inscription. 20.5cm diameter. 9.9 troy oz £120-£180

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183. A George IV armorial silver salver hallmarked London 1821, with ornately embossed foliate rim, the centre engraved with flowers and a central armorial crest, supported on three acanthus feet. Makers mark: S.C.Younge & Co. 26cm diameter, 19.5 troy oz £600-£800

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184. A small collection of silver and silver plated items including a George III silver sifter spoon, London 1776, a pair of bright-cut silver sugar tongs, two silver napkin rings, two sets of plated napkin rings, and two sets of pepperettes. £50-£80

188. A small collection of silver comprising a single miniature toast rack, a cream jug, six teaspoons, a sugar spoon and plated nips (10), height of toast rack 8cm £60-£90

185. A collection of assorted silver coffee spoons and strainer spoons including some plated spoons, together with a modern set of six Birmingham silver coasters (Qty) £70-£90 186. A small collection of silver items comprising a charm bracelet, three bangles, locket necklace, dessert spoon, gate bracelet, necklaces and other items (17) £150-£250

189. A collection of ten assorted silver topped glass dressing table items including bottles, boxes and jars. £80-£120 190. A Samson & Mordon silver propelling pencil together with two silver topped glass scent bottles and a silver plated pencil (4) £40-£60

187. A small collection of seven silver teaspoons one plated spoon, three thimbles and a silver topped scent bottle (12). 4.4 troy oz £40-£60

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191 191. An unusual cased set of six silver plated animal head stirrup cups depicting a stag, two foxes, a horse, a boar and a hound, well cast and chased, with bell-shaped cups. Stag 16cm high £200-£300

192. Christopher Dresser for Hukin & Heath A silver plated and glass decanter, the circular hinged lid with cylindrical collar mount, ebonised wooden handle, the glass body of faceted and hob-nail cut decoration with a star-cut base. Impressed H & H makers mark, 22cm high £400-£600

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193. A Mappin & Webb silver plated spirit kettle on stand of shallow dished form with spirit burner and supported on bun feet, 26.5cm high overall £80-£120

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196. Two silver plated meat domes the larger of segmented form with acanthus handles, the smaller with plain loop handle, stamped Harrods to the interior, 50cm and 41cm wide £40-£60

194. A large Ranleigh silver plated two handled tray the rim heavily decorated with grapes and vines, with acanthus handles. The centre with engraved inscription and dated Ceylon 1965, 41cm diameter excl. handles £100-£200

197. A German WMF style white metal hors d’oeurves dish early 20th century, with central column between two shaped glass dishes on a boat shaped frame, 41cm long £80-£120

195. A Mappin & Webb silver plated sauce boat with ribbon lined rim and handle and supported on curved acanthus mounted feet, 19cm long £50-£80

198. A silver plated Mappin & Webb cruet set together with two pairs of silver sugar nips and a set of EPNS teaspoons in a case. £80-£120

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202. A Derbyshire Blue John shallow bowl early 19th century, of good colour, supported on a small circular foot, 12.5cm diameter £100-£150

199. A Derbyshire Blue John chalice early 19th century, with large bell-shaped bowl, turned tapering stem and supported on a broad foot, 16.75cm high, bowl 11cm diameter £600-£800 203. An Austrian novelty cold painted bronze circa 1900, depicting an amusing figure of a dog dressed as a policemen chasing a cat, 5.25cm high £150-£200

200. A specimen piece of Blue John in its natural condition, height 7.5cm, width 6cm £80-£120 201. A piece of raw Blue John seam 14 x 13cm £60-£90

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204. A cold painted bronze model of a pig with two African boys riding astride probably Austrian, late 19th century, the pig painted pink, the boys with red striped shorts, length 7.5cm £100-£200

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205. A cold painted bronze model of an owl probably Austrian, late 19th century, possibly by Bergmann, with glass eyes and realistically painted feathers, height 8cm £200-£300

208. A pair of rare Georgian up and down bone pulley bobbins with acorn finials to the ends, with painted and incised initials of U and D, height 7cm £150-£250

206. A Modern bronze figure of a bull dog realistically cast with wrinkles to the eyes, length 7.5cm £50-£80

207. An early 20th century Austrian cold painted bronze mouse supported on a mother of pearl shell, the mouse in realistic pose. Shell 11.5cm long £70-£90

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209. A 19th century silver coloured metal thimble with raised decoration of blue and white enamels, with white agate head, contained within original fitted case, £70-£90

210. An early 19th century heart shaped pin cushion embroidered with flowers and leaves, 9.5cm long £50-£80

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215. Two early 19th century enamel pill boxes the first of oval form with hinged lid and painted inscription, the second of circular bone construction with keepsake inscribed top (2), 4cm and 2.5cm wide £50-£80

211. A Victorian figured walnut bottle box the rising top mounted with gilt brass straps with banded agate roundels, opening to reveal a fitted interior with four square glass bottles with gilded lids, 14.5cm long £80-£120

216. A mother of pearl calling card case with segmented diamond shaped decoration and inset silver plaque, 10 x 7.75cm £40-£60

212. Two Victorian European carved ivory quill holders carved as a monkey and a bird of prey, each stem entwined with a serpent, with 9ct gold ends, together with a small carved bone paperknife (3). Largest 20cm long £200-£300

213. A Victorian silver and banded agate letter opener the handle with silver mounts engraved with flowers and a mother of pearl blade, 21cm long £60-£80

217. An Islamic Mamluk revival lozenge shaped trinket box of brass construction inlaid with copper and white metal, the hinged lid opening to reveal a wooden inlaid lined interior, 11cm wide £60-£90

214. A Victorian pinchbeck quizzing glass the stem with inset stones and rotating loop, the frame ornately decorated with flowers, 8.75cm long £80-£120

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From the Private Collection of Ava June (1931-2013) Ava was a leading soprano with the National Opera. Following in her mother’s footsteps, she started off her career as a theatrical dressmaker before embarking on her operatic career which began in 1954 at the Sadler’s Wells Opera. She had a wonderful personality and theatrical style, and was a great collector of many things including fans.

218. A late 19th century mint green coloured ostrich feather fan with mother of pearl guard sticks, length 67cm £60-£90

220. Two cream ostrich feather fans early 20th century, the larger with plastic sticks, the smaller with faux tortoiseshell sticks, the longest 43cm £70-£90

219. A cream and grey ostrich feather fan early 20th century, with tortoiseshell sticks, length 49cm £60-£90

221. Two black ostrich feather fans early 20th century, with tortoiseshell sticks, length 39cm £80-£120

222. A small blue ostrich feather fan early 20th century, with faux tortoiseshell sticks, length 27cm £30-£50

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223. Two small black Victorian fans with fine cotton and sequins, one of the fans with wooden guard sticks hand painted with gold coloured leaf design, together with three larger black lace fans and another in fitted case with faux tortoiseshell sticks and one other (7), the longest 38cm £70-£100

224. A small collection of four fans comprising a black embroidered fan with wooden sticks, one with painted flowers and a butterfly on satin, a signed oriental fan hand painted depicting temples and a souvenir fan from The Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong, length 35cm £40-£60

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225. Three black 19th century lace fans the first with painted scene depicting a lady in a farming scene signed F. de Valeriola, the second made of chiffon hand painted with daisies, dancing girl and cupids and a black silk mourning fan depicting flowers with wooden sticks and guards, the longest length 35cm £30-£50 224

226. A collection of Seven fans comprising a cream ostrich feather and fabric fan with painted butterflies, a sequin fan, a printed German fan, an ivory fan with hand painted scene, a cream lace fan with mother-of-pearl sticks, sequinned lace fan decorated with sequins (worn), large lace and painted silk fan, the longest 40cm £60-£90

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227. A very finely carved and pierced ivory fan Chinese, early 19th century, the ivory sticks pierced into geometric shapes depicting urns, swags, flowers etc, with central panel depicting figures, length 17cm £150-£200

228. A carved and pierced Chinese ivory fan early 19th century, made for the European Market, the ivory sticks depicting temples, trees foliage, figures, flowers etc... length 19cm £150-£250

229. An early 19th century Chinese carved ivory fan the ivory sticks carved with figures, birds, insects, temples, etc...loose missing ribbon, length 19cm £150-£250

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230. An early 19th century Chinese carved ivory fan the sticks finely carved with temples, foliage and birds, pierced and fretted, loose ribbon, length 19cm £200-£300

231. A Chinese lacquer wooden fan probably 19th cntury, with wooden guard sticks decorated on the front and reverse with temples, dragons, figures etc... length 20cm £100-£150

232. A hand painted and carved bone fan Canton or Mandarin circa 1840, the hand painted fan detailed with painted figures with applied silk dresses and applied painted ivory faces, and fretted bone sticks, length 28cm £150-£250

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233. A Victorian tortoiseshell and feather fan with pheasants feathers and securing clasp, together with an Egyptian souvenir fan with ivorine sticks and feathers, and a 19th century Chinese fan with doves feathers highly decorated with painted scenes of birds and flowers (3) £80-£100

234. Three 20th century decorative fans comprising two bridal fans, the first decorated with sequins and shells, the second with ivory sticks and silk hand painted with swags and flowers, the third with grey painted wooden sticks and paper hand painted with daisies and decorated with glitter, the longest 26cm £40-£60

235. Two Japanese hand painted wooden fans 20th century, both signed M.Eiteve, the first with cut out images of birds to the guard sticks, the second with cut out images of temples, length £60-£80

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OTHER OWNERS 236. A 19th century French paper fan with gilt and hand painted decoration of pastoral scenes, with pierced and carved horn sticks decorated with gilt foil floral decorations, contained within original retailers case with paper label for J. Duvelleroy, length 25.5cm £200-£300

237. An early 20th century French black silk and tortoiseshell hand painted fan painted with a night scene of male and female figures in a landscape with carriage and horses. Signed Duvelleroy, Paris. In a Hayward’s of Oxford Street retailers box, 30cm long £300-£500

238. A pair of face screens painted on board with carved ivory handles Continental, each of the shaped fans signed indistinctly to lower right, each depicting images of a child, height 42cm £150-£250

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1 of 3 239. Three Japanese carved ivory and bone fans circa 1900, one with carved ivory frame and mounted with feathers, another with carved ivory floral frame and set with lace and the third with pierced bone frame and set with paper, 35cm 27cm and 23.5cm long £100-£150

240. An early 19th century Chinese carved ivory fan with carving to outer guard sticks front and back depicting figures, foliage etc, the inner sticks carved with temples, birds, figures boats etc... length 19.5cm £300-£500

241. A 19th century Chinese ivory and painted paper fan the guards sticks with cut out geometric pattern to the inner sticks and the outer sticks with carved temples, mountains, flowers, animals, people etc, with painted scene to each side of the fan depicting figures, length 29cm £100-£150

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242. A 19th century Chinese carved tortoiseshell fan the guard sticks finely carved with animals, insects, shells, flowers, foliage, temples and figures a/f, length 18.5cm £80-£120

243. Two sequinned late Victorian fans the larger with black guard sticks and sequinned material, the smaller cream, the larger length 37cm £50-£60

244. Two cream lace and mother-of-pearl fans 20th century, the larger in a case, the largest 36cm £50-£80

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245. A cream ostrich feather fan 20th century, with ivorine sticks, length 32cm £40-£60

248. A copy of Queen Mary’s fan from 1910 with printed paper scene, in fan case, length 20cm £60-£80 249. A small collection of five fans comprising a faux tortoiseshell fan, three with celluloid sticks and with painted satin on paper images, and one with hand painted forget-me-nots, the largest length 30cm £80-£120

246. A Chinese carved ivory and paper fan late 19th century, the guard sticks with carved scenes of temples, foliage and birds, with decorative gold coloured spot pattern applied to fan, length 29cm £100-£150 250. Another small collection of five fans comprising three with celluloid sticks and painted images on satin, one carved bone, and the other with bone sticks and shaped painted silk fan in original shaped case, the longest length 30cm £120-£180

247. Rimmel’s Cassolotte fan 20th century, with bone guard sticks and printed paper scene, length 27cm £50-£70

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251. A Collection of Nine Objets d’art comprising a Chinese carved soapstone buffalo, three snuff bottles, a nephrite bangle, a nephrite necklace, a small porcelain Egyptian figure, a miniature pottery tankard and a Chinese pendant. £30-£60

254. An early 20th century Japanese theatrical hard wood mask with ivory teeth, and carved decoration, length 17cm £50-£70

252. A Chinese carved jade axe head pendant late 19th century, depicting a prowling leopard with carved roundels to the reverse, 5.5cm x 5.5cm £100-£150

253. A Chinese carved jade pendant of a scholar late 19th century, 5cm high £100-£150

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255. A small Japanese Meiji period carved ivory concentric ball circa 1900, with a carved figure holding a flower head and suspended on a chain from the mouth of a carp, the concentric ball of approximately eight layers, carved all over with figures and buildings, with carved fruit terminal, 31.5cm long £500-£800

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256. A pair of Japanese Meiji period carved ivory cricket boxes circa 1930, the gourd shaped bodies finely pierced and decorated with carved flowers and trailing leaves, with tassels and suspension loops with stained ivory beads, 11cm long £500-£700

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257. A Chinese carved mother-of-pearl seal late 19th century, the top carved with fruit and flowers, with turned stem and carved seal with monogram and Latin inscription, 8.25cm high £80-£120

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258. A large Japanese Meiji period carved ivory concentric ball circa 1900, with a carved scene of two figures seated beneath a leaf and suspended on a chain from the mouth of a carp, the concentric ball of approximately 11 layers, carved all over with figures and buildings, with carved floral terminal. Overall length 43cm, ball 7cm diameter. £1,000-£1,500

259. A Japanese Export carved ivory puzzle circa 1900, the handle carved with all around with a mother and two children climbing on a rock, with ivory rings and metal mounts, 23cm long £150-£250

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260. A Japanese carved ivory netsuke of a pomegranate with two smaller fruits beside, Meiji period with carved interior landscape scene and red-stained split. Signed to the base, 3.5cm wide £60-£80

263. A pair of Japanese carved soapstone toad seals formed as toads seated on square seal block bases, with carved characters to underside, 3.7cm high £100-£150

261. A pair of Japanese cloisonne enamel brass vases of hexagonal lobed form with flared necks, decorated all over with brightly coloured flowers. Supported on wooden stands, 23cm high £200-£300

264. Two folios of Japanese export paintings on rice paper circa 1910, mostly portraits of figures engaged in leisure and domestic activities, folios 35 x 26cm £80-£120

262. A Meiji period Japanese bronze buffalo modelled in a realistic pose with head raised. Engraved signature to underside, 19cm long £100-£150

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265. An early Georgian oval mourning brooch set with blue and white enamel surrounded by seed pearls, inset with fine hair and then decorated with the initial H in small seed pearls, the reverse dated Nov 9 1787, length 4cm £250-£350

266. Three cameo brooches two of classical ladies and another, the larger in Victorian pinchbeck frame (damaged), and the other two in gold frames, the largest height 7cm £60-£80

267. An 18ct gold brooch in the form of a bee 1950s, with a cabouchon jade body and chased wings, diameter of wing span 3.8cm £200-£300

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268. An 18ct gold brooch in the form of a cat 1950s, with white agate body and ruby eyes, height 4cm £200-£300

269. A collection of eleven gem set Edwardian brooches and pins comprising of seven gold bar brooches and a stick pin, and three rolled gold brooches £100-£150

270. A group of four silver brooches and a silver hair pin comprising a circular celtic brooch, tribal figural brooch, laurel wreath stick pin, marquesite rectangular brooch and a Birmingham silver thistle engraved hair pin (5), 39.7 grams £60-£80

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271 271. A 19th century gold and silver set floral spray brooch set with rose diamonds and five cabouchon rubies, together with original receipt of purchase, length 5cm £800-£1,200

272. A gold and diamond flowerhead bar brooch set with 7 small diamonds, of approximately 3-4pts each, set in unmarked gold. £200-£300 275. A 9ct gold bar brooch set with large oval faceted amethyst, with safety chain, in fitted case, length 6cm £80-£120

273. A group of four modern silver brooches comprising a violin, treble clef, oval onyx inset brooch, and rectangular floral brooch, all stamped .925. 28.1 grams £40-£60 274. A small collection of 8 brooches comprising a 9ct gold intertwined chain link brooch brooch set with amethyst, thistle brooch, a trumpet shaped shaped brooch, a brooch inscribed best wishes, two RAF brooches and a Victorian brooch with leaf decoration, a Budda shaped pendant and a cuff link £50-£80

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276. A Cantonese oval gold coloured metal brooch inset with a carved ivory panel depicting figures under trees in high relief, length 4.5cm £150-£200

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277. An Art Deco style Continental silver wing shaped brooch set marcasite together with another Continental silver floral brooch set with marcasite and cultured pearl, a chrome brooch set with marcasite and two pairs of earrings £40-£60

280. A mid Victorian oval interlaced swirl shaped brooch set with cabochon garnets and a large cabochon garnet drop with elaborate chased decoration, width 6cm £200-£300

278. A Georgian memorial brooch set with faceted amethyst and seed pearls in gold setting, in fitted case £30-£40

279. Six assorted brooches and a pendant comprising: two gold bar brooches, two silver brooches and three costume pieces £60-£80

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281. A Georgian pear shaped brooch set with foiled peridot stone surmounted by an almadene garnet, in closed setting, with repousse decoration, in fitted case, length 3cm £100-£150

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282. A Continental silver oval shaped brooch with engine turned enamel decoration in blue, white and yellow depicting daisies with a blue border together with a Sterling silver shaped pendant decorated with white, pink and green enamel, in swirl shaped settings, on a chain £80-£100

285. A small collection of four stick pins comprising a stick pin set with old mine diamonds in a cluster setting in case, a pin set with grey oval shaped pearl, another set with tigers eye, and another set with cultured pearl in claw setting in case £80-£120

283. Three enamel butterfly brooches stamped on the back silver and with makers initials JA & S, together with an agate brooch in Sterling silver mount £60-£80 284. An Art Deco dress clip set with marquasite and red and green carved stones, together with an arrow pin set with rose diamonds £80-£120

286. Two Victorian 15ct gold stick pins and another One with seed pearl mounted wishbone top, one with small inset diamond top and the third with pearl top (3) £80-£100

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287. An Edwardian 15ct gold shield shaped pendant set with numerous seed pearls and a sapphire centre and a sapphire drop, height 6cm £250-£350

288. A 15ct gold Victorian oval photograph locket the front engraved with initials E.W. on a gold belcher link chain necklace, with double frame, approximately 18.5g, length 25cm £200-£300

290. A circular ivory pendant inset with miniature of a lady in blue gown in marquasite frame together with a Victorian oval pendant set with small shells inscribed ‘A souvenir of John O Groats’ £60-£80

291. An Edwardian 9ct gold pendant on chain and another pearl pendant The first with circular amethyst suspended from a pearl on a 9ct chain, the second with a small baroque pearl suspended from a floral pendant set with a pearl and garnet (2). Total weight 5.9 grams £80-£100 292. A Danish Georg Jensen pewter torque necklace mid 20th century with stamped makers mark and number 129. £60-£80

289. An Egyptian circular mother of pearl pendant with gilt metal decoration of a scarab beetle £50-£80

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293. A Continental white metal collar necklace with seventeen tablets set with gilded winged cherubs, length 35cm £80-£100

294. A single row of graduated natural pearls with ruby and diamond clasp of rectangular form sold by Garrard The Crown Jewellers, with original receipt and case £600-£800

295. A three row cultured pearl necklace on 9ct gold snap clasp set with graduated cultured pearls, approximate length 34cm £100-£150

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296. A 9ct gold opal bracelet set with ten oval opals, with safety catch. Hallmarked for Birmingham 1989. £150-£250

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297. A ladies silver stiff bangle hallmarked Birmingham 1941/1942, one half of the bangle chased with floral pattern, together with a wider white metal bangle one half heavily engraved with leaf decoration (2) £60-£80

298. A mid 19th century Italian micro mosaic plaque bracelet comprising six individually decorated malachite plaques inset with fine micro mosaics of Italian classical monuments and buildings, in claw and rope twist frames, interspersed with floral roundles, with snap clasp and safety chain, contained within a period leather case, length approximately 22cm £2,000-£3,000

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299 299. A 15ct gold stiff bangle in the form of a belt highly decorated with blue, green and white enamel with diamond buckle and band, in fitted case, diameter 6cm £500-£700

303. A 9ct gold triple link bracelet on a 9ct gold padlock clasp with safety chain (14g), a 9ct carat gold padlock on a 9ct carat gold curb link bracelet (31g), a 9ct gold heart locket with set ruby and a 9ct gold faith, hope and charity bar brooch (3) £400-£600 300. A Victorian silver gilt and enamel cross by John Hardman & Co, hallmarked Birmingham 1852, heavily chased and decorated and with blue enamel, with screw fittings opening to reveal a crucifix, 8.5cm £200-£300

304. A small carved coral charm formed as a monk kneeling and holding a prayer book, 2.3cm high £70-£100

301. A 9ct gold slave bangle engraved LVB, (10g), diameter 9.5cm £80-£120 302. A 9ct curb link Albert chain with T bar and swivel clasp (34g), length 45cm £250-£350

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305. An 18ct white gold diamond cluster ring set with seven small diamonds in claw setting, size ‘M’ £600-£800

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306. An 18ct gold and platinum set single stone diamond ring in claw setting, approximately ¾ carat, size ‘M’ £800-£1,200

309. An 18ct gold platinum set single stone diamond ring in claw setting, approximately 1 carat, size ‘J’ £500-£700

307. A Continental white gold coloured metal diamond cluster ring on a split shank, approximately 21 small diamonds, size ‘P’ £500-£700

310. A Victorian 18ct gold five stone diamond ring with old mine diamonds in claw setting, size ‘L’ £100-£150

308. An 18ct gold diamond cluster ring with nine old mine diamonds, in flower setting, size ‘Q’ £300-£500

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311. A gold marquise shaped dress ring set with centre pale blue sapphire surrounded by eighteen small diamonds, size ‘O’ £600-£800

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312. A Georgian blue guilloche enamel ring the oval top finely enamelled and set with a central cross inset with seed pearls and surrounded with seed pearls, unmarked. Weight 5.2 grams. £200-£300

313. Two 19th century 18ct gold mourning rings and a mourning brooch comprising an 18ct gold and black enamel ring, ‘In Memory Of’, engraved 1829 and mounted with seed pearls, a smaller memorial ring and a pearl mounted gold brooch inset with hair (3) £150-£250

314. An oval coral ring set in unmarked yellow metal, probably 9ct gold £100-£150

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315. A platinum set single stone diamond ring approximately ¼ carat, in claw setting, with diamonds to shoulders, size ‘I’ £400-£600

316. A 9ct gold ring set with cameo of a classical female figure in rectangular shaped setting, size ‘M’ £80-£120

317. An 18ct gold diamond cluster ring set with seven small diamonds, in closed setting, size ‘I ½’ £200-£300

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318. An 18ct gold Victorian three stone ruby ring with diamond points, in claw setting £150-£200

319. A pair of white metal earrings set with centre emeralds set by small diamonds in claw setting £100-£150

320. A collection four rings comprising an 18ct white gold ring with cultured pearl in claw setting an 18ct gold half eternity set with small diamonds, a 9ct gold ring set with moonstone, 9ct gold ring set with garnet and centre opal, ‘N ½’, ‘P’, ‘L ½’, ‘P’ £100-£150

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321. A 19th century ring set with moonstone intaglio of a face size ‘K’ £150-£250

322. A single stone diamond ring of approximately 3 carats, in claw setting with diamond shoulders, size ‘R’ £1,000-£1,500

323. A platinum set five stone ring set with three emeralds and two diamonds in closed setting, size ‘R’ £200-£300

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324. An 18ct gold diamond cluster ring set with 19 diamonds in claw setting, ‘R’ £300-£500

325. Five various rings including a five stone garnet ring, a five stone diamond ring, a 19th century alamadine garnet ring (one stone missing), a 9ct two coloured gold wedding band, a small diamond and sapphire cluster ring, various sizes £100-£150

326. A 22ct gold wedding band converted to a single stone ring set with blue oval topaz together with a 22ct gold wedding band, and a 15ct gold ring set with five seed pearls (3), ‘N’, ‘Q’, ‘J’ £100-£150

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327. An 18ct gold single stone ring set with faceted garnet in split shank setting, together with a Victorian three stone ring with centre sapphire and two diamonds in enclosed setting, and a 22ct gold wedding band (3), P ½, T, L £80-£120

328. An Art Deco style three stone ring with centre square shaped sapphire flanked by two diamonds, ring size ‘O’ £80-£120

329. A modern 9ct gold dress ring set with large faceted amethyst in claw setting, together with a 9ct gold dress ring set with faceted garnet, size ‘O’ and size ‘I’ £60-£80

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330. An 18ct gold and platinum set single stone diamond ring with leaf shaped shoulders, in closed setting, size ‘J ½’ £70-£100

333. A three stone diamond crossover ring the central stone of approximately 0.10ct flanked by two smaller stones, set in platinum, on a yellow gold shank. £120-£180

331. A Modern 18ct white gold diamond cluster ring set with seven diamonds with coronet setting, ring size ‘P’ £200-£300

334. A Victorian five stone ring set with three rubies and two diamonds in raised heart shaped setting, size ‘O’ £200-£250

332. An early 19th century split pearl cluster ring in chased setting, ‘M ½’ £100-£150

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335. A Victorian graduated five stone diamond ring in claw setting, size ‘N’ £100-£150

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336. A carved ivory foxes head ring on split shank, ‘W’ £60-£80

337. An 18ct gold and diamond gypsy ring hallmarked London 1939, set with diamond weighing approx 0.55cts. Weight 6.4 grams. £100-£150 338. A gentleman’s 18ct gold signet ring set with full sovereign hallmarked 1913, on decorative shank, size S £200-£300

339. A gentleman’s gold coloured metal puzzle ring Continental, comprising of eight sections to form a knot at the front, approximately 19.3 grams, size ‘T’ £400-£600

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340. A gentleman’s 18ct gold and diamond gypsy ring set with a single diamond approximately a ¼ ct £100-£150

341. A Gentleman’s 15ct gold torque bracelet with ball ends, weight 50 grams £600-£800

342. A 19th Century Continental star shaped brooch set with French paste and silver gilt setting £40-£60

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346. A ladies 1920s vanity case velvet covered with applied initials ‘RS’ with two lifting lids and fitted interiors with chrome clasps, 23cm wide £40-£60 343. A collection of Christian Dior costume jewellery, predominantly 1980s, comprising two sets of chain necklaces and earrings, a pair of clip earrings with blue stones, a gilt metal and paste cuff bangle (probably Dior), together with a pair of clip earrings and a pair of gold earrings set with amethyst, Qty £100-£150 344. An interesting collection of 1930s/40s plastic and bakelite costume jewellery comprising, buckles, pins, earrings and brooches, some in the form of dogs, camel, hand, horse, flowers etc £200-£300

345. A Mabie, Todd & Co Swan rolled gold fountain pen with engine turned decoration and 14ct gold nib, the barrel initialled ML, length 11.5cm £80-£120

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347. A 9ct gold propelling pencil hallmarked London 1942, makers mark JM & Co. 10.5cm long, 21.2 grams total weight £100-£150

348. A 9ct gold cigarette case of rectangular form (62g), length 8.5cm £500-£600

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349. A gilt metal paper knife with three faceted citrines to top and stylised ribbon below, together with a silver straw decorated with leaves and flower on a stem stamped 838 GMS-, length 20cm £40-£60

350. A Rolex 8 day travel clock circa 1930, with white enamel dial and nickel case. The movement signed Rolex. In a leather travelling case. Dial 5cm diameter. £100-£150

351. Two ladies Victorian fob watches and a locket comprising a 12ct gold fob watch with gilt dial, a 9ct gold cased fob watch with white enamel dial and a 9ct gold oval locket (3) £200-£300

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352. A ladies Continental 12ct gold fob watch with white enamel dial, with green arabic numerals, and engine turned green enamel to reverse of case £150-£250

353. A 14ct gold ladies fob watch with chased decoration to case and dial black Roman numerals £100-£150

354. A 9ct gold lady’s fob watch with chased decoration to case white enamel dial and black Roman enamel numerals £80-£120

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355. An 18ct gold ladies fob watch with engraved decoration to case and black Roman numerals to face with subsidiary dial on gold coloured metal fancy link chain, diameter 3cm £300-£500

357. A ladies 9ct gold Rolex Tudor Royal wristwatch with silvered dial and baton numerals. £200-£300

356. A 9ct gold ladies Omega wristwatch with long service inscription and black leather strap. Sold with paperwork. £100-£150

358. A Rolex Tudor Oyster Air-Lion wristwatch with engine turned dial and subsidiary seconds dial, on a brown snake skin strap. Dial 26mm £300-£400

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359. A Tudor Royal 9ct gold gents wristwatch with square cushion shaped gold Dennison case, the circular dial with silvered face, on a plated metal expanding strap. £100-£150

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360. A Gentleman’s Omega 18ct gold wristwatch No 111083, with baton numerals, leather strap £500-£700

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361. An unusual German bisque headed roller skating doll early 20th century with moveable eyes and articulated composite arms and legs, with metal Patent Aller Lander roller skate boots. Reverse of head stamped 192 4, 35cm high £80-£120

362. A Georgian wooden peg doll with hand painted face wearing red and black hand made dress, length 27.5cm £200-£300 363. A German Schuco miniature monkey scent bottle circa 1930, cinnamon mohair with felt hands and feet and removable head revealing a glass bottle with cork stopper, 13cm high £60-£80

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364. A Meccano Outfit No.9 cased set in original untouched condition, complete with all interior packaging, in a plywood case, 52.5cm wide £200-£300

365. A late 20th century hand-built model of a Harry Miller 1920s racing car of all metal construction with red bodywork and painted number ‘2’. With active steering and suspension, with wire wheels and rubber tyres. Sold together with a book documenting the famous racing car designer Harry Miller ‘The Miller Dynasty’, 50cm long £350-£550

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366. A Victorian brass kaleidoscope with tubular shaft with eyepiece and twin rotating stained glass discs, with a wooden stand, 20.5cm long £80-£120

367. A group of three WWI Medals comprising The George V For Bravery in the Field medal, the Britrish War medal and the Victory medal. All awarded to 58203 Pte. Edward Hooker, 6 Northamptonshire Regiment. Together with a group of paperwork including a read report certificate from his commander regarding his gallant conduct and devotion to duty in the field on 24th October 1918 at Bonsies, Fire service certificate, driving licences, demob certificate and other paperwork. £300-£500

368. WWI Interest - Major Walter Gordon Wilson (1874-1957) A print of a WWI tank dated 15th September 1916 and signed by Major Wilson, together with a photograph in uniform and a gold tie pin depicting a tank. Major Walter Gordon Wilson was an engineer, inventor and a member of the Royal Naval Air Service. He is credited as co-inventor of the tank and also the inventor of the selfchanging gearbox. £80-£120

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369. A Royal Mail Steam Packet Company band leaders staff the heavy silver plated top formed as a crown mounted on a circular base with belt edge and inscribed around the rim ‘ROYAL MAIL STEAM PACKET COMPANY’, on a blackpainted tapered wooden shaft, 96cm long £100-£150

373. A George V Infantry Officer’s sword and scabbard with pierced handguard and shagreen grip. The blade by Armfields of Birmingham. With leather scabbard. £50-£80

370. A 19th century French Heavy Cavalry Troopers sword with large three bar brass gilt, wire bound grip and straight blade. With stamped marks to knucklebow ‘DB’ and number ‘52820’. Lacking scabbard. Blade 87cm long £100-£150 374. Naval - A 19th century Ships Journal covering three Naval ships kept by Lieutenant F. R. Purvis and covering: HMS Algiers - Captain Charles Talbot covering July 1855; HMS H??? - Captains W. Bate and R. Jenkins, covering the period September 1856 to June 1858; HMS Highflyer - Captains C.F.A. Shadwell C.B., covering the period July 1858 to December 1860. Sold together with A Pacific tribal ceremonial paddle. Paddle: 100cm long £200-£300 371. Two Yataghan bayonets An 1866 pattern French Chassepot bayonet with brass hilt and steel scabbard dated 1869, together with a British Artillery Bayonet with leather scabbard (2) £60-£80

372. An Indian swordstick with ebonised handle, shaft and carved bone collar. Blade engraved ‘India’, with brass ferule. Blade 57cm long. £40-£60

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375. A small collection of wood working tools comprising a wooden jack plane, a trying plane and a plough plane £50-£80 376. A late 18th century horn fleam with three blades, length 8.5cm £50-£80

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377. An unusual steel and brass antique dog collar of Naval interest late 19th century with engraved plaque ‘Miss Essie Phipp Hornby, Admiralty House, Malta’, 43.5cm long £100-£150

379. An Edison Gem Cylinder Phonograph set on an oak base with domed top case and carrying handle, with black japanned horn and sold together with a large collection of Amberol cylinders. Serial number: 241608. Oak base 25.5cm wide £100-£150

Admiral Robert Phipps Hornby (1866-1956) was a Naval officer who served in Malta.

378. A Victorian Silber & Fleming concertina of rosewood construction with ivory keys and pierced fret-work ends, green leather bellows. Number 49112. In original mahogany hexagonal box. Note: Silber & Fleming are most well known for making dolls houses, 18cm diameter £200-£300 380. Film ephemera a large collection of glass negatives and black and white photographs from Hollywood and other films, including: The King and I, Showboat, West Side Story, On her Majesty’s Secret Service, numerous Carry On films, Breakfast at Tiffany’s and many more, together with A Campaign Book for Cleopatra and The King and I, and a Press book for Breakfast at Tiffany’s (Qty) £200-£300

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381. A rare DC Comics Superman Godfrey Bradman Private Commission Comic ‘This Island Bradman’, commissioned by property tycoon Godfrey Bradman in 1988 to celebrate his son Daniel’s 13th birthday (Barmitzvah). Comprising 23 pages. Written by David Levin and drawn by Curt Swan. Featuring Daniel and all members of the Bradman family. This example is in excellent condition £1,000-£2,000 Provenance: Being sold by a former employee of Godfrey Bradman.

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385. A Slazenger cricket bat signed by the 1969 Surrey and England Teams £150-£250

382. A large collection of early/mid 20th century postcards in five albums Subjects including landmarks, landscapes, buildings, interiors, animals, portraits, family scenes, domestic scenes, military, coastal scenes, greetings cards and more. £300-£500

383. A Boxing Programme Muhammad Ali v Henry Cooper 1966 from the World Heavyweight Championship at Arsenal Stadium, 21st May 1966, Souvenir Programme. Black and white with two tone cover and colour insert. £40-£60

386. A silver 1928 Thornton Heath & District FL football pendant with enamelled decoration together with another silver pendant for Croydon Junior Football League dated 1922 (2) £60-£80

384. A miniature leather Rugby ball mid 20th century, with stamped letters ‘MATCH’, with yellow stitching, 11.5cm long £50-£80

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All lots are offered subject to Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd’s Conditions of Business.

Payment is due in sterling immediately after the sale and before purchases can be released. Payment in person can be made in the saleroom on the day of the auction. After this, payments must be made by post, card transactions by telephone or electronic transfer to our bank. Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd welcomes the following methods of payment:

ESTIMATES AND RESERVES Estimates are published as a guide only and are subject to review. The actual hammer price of a lot may be higher or lower than the range of figures given and there are no predetermined starting prices. Estimates may be subject to revision. Published estimates are exclusive of buyer’s premium and VAT. All lots are subject to reserves. The reserve price is never higher than the low pre-sale estimate. BUYER’S PREMIUM AND VAT A buyer’s premium of 18% is applicable to all the lots in this sale. The buyer’s premium is inclusive of VAT at the current standard rate (20%). Lots are normally offered for sale under the auctioneers margin scheme and VAT is payable on the buyer’s premium by all buyers.

CREDIT/DEBIT CARD We are pleased to accept major Credit Cards, for which a surcharge will be made of 3% of the transaction total. This is to cover the charge made to us by the bank. (Unfortunately we are unable to accept American Express). There is no charge for payments by Debit Card. STERLING BANKER’S DRAFT RO BUILDING SOCIETY CHEQUE We are pleased to accept a Sterling Banker’s Draft or a Building Society cheque drawn on a recognised UK bank or building society.

Lots marked with a dagger † will be offered under normal UK VAT rules and VAT will be charged on both the hammer price and the buyer’s premium.

STERLING CHEQUE OR CASH

PRE-SALE EXHIBITION

Cash payments will not be accepted above the amount of £6,000.

All auctions are on public view the day before the sale and on the morning of the sale. CONDITION REPORTS All prospective bidders are encouraged to attend the pre-sale exhibition and view the lots in person. If this is not possible, we will be pleased to provide a brief condition report where practical. All condition reports are provided in good faith. Buyers are reminded that it is their responsibility to satisfy themselves of the condition of lots. All weights and measurements are approximate only. Please refer to Conditions of Business for further information.

Cheques are not acceptable tender unless agreed in advance by Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers L td.

ELECTRONIC AND WIRE TRANSFERS Wire transfers can be made directly to our bank: National Westminster Bank plc 33 High Street West Wickham Kent BR4 0WH Sort Code: 60-23-22

BIDDING IN PERSON

Account Number: 79995810

To bid with us you must register to obtain a bidding number. You will be asked to provide proof of identity. All lots sold will be invoiced in the name and address in which the paddle has been registered and will not and cannot be transferred to other names or addresses. If you instruct an agent to bid on your behalf, you will need to provide a letter of authority to this effect.

Account Name: Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd

ABSENTEE & TELEPHONE BIDDING

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE FULL AMOUNT OWED MUST BE TRANSFERRED. CATHERINE SOUTON AUCTIONEERS & VALUERS LTD WILL NOT ACCEPT TRANSFER CHARGES. ALL BANK TRANSFER/COMMISSION CHARGES MUST BE PAID BY THE BUYER

Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd is pleased to execute bids on behalf of clients unable to attend the sale in person. All bids should be submitted in writing and in good time, no later than 4.00pm on the day prior to the sale. No absentee or telephone bidding requests will be accepted without a landline telephone number. Lots will be purchased as cheaply as possible (subject to other bids received, reserves and competition in the saleroom). It will be possible to arrange auction room telephone bidding, but subject always to the availability of lines and staffing. These services are offered free of charge and are subject to our Conditions of Business.

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TERMS & CONDITIONS

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

1. SELLER’S WARRANTIES (a) The Seller warrants to The Company and the Buyer that:(i) the Seller is the owner of the Property or is properly authorised to sell it;

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

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

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

(ii) the Seller shall transfer possession and good title in the Property to the Buyer, free from any third party claims;

5. LOSS OR DAMAGE TO PROPERTY

(iii) the Seller has provided all relevant information about the ownership, condition, authenticity, attribution, provenance and import/export history of the Property;

(a) Unless otherwise agreed in writing, The Company will assume the risk of loss or damage to Property received from the Seller until:-

(iv) there are no copyright or other restrictions on The Company’s rights to produce and publish images of the Property.

(i) risk passes to the Buyer; or

(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.

(iii) 6 months after receipt of the Property by The Company, if not consigned for sale.

2. SALE PREPARATION (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. (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. (d) The Company shall have the absolute right to produce and publish images of any Property consigned for sale and will retain copyright in any such images it produces. (e) The Company will charge a Buyer’s Premium on the sale of the Property at The

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(ii) if unsold, 30 days after the sale or when released to the Seller (whichever is earlier); or (b) If damage or loss occurs whilst the Property is at the risk of The Company, the maximum amount of The Company’s liability shall be: (i) the Hammer Price of the Property, if sold; (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.

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

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REGISTERED OFFICE

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TERMS & CONDITIONS 7. POST AUCTION SALES

re-sale plus all relevant Expenses.

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

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

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

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

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

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

12. MISCELLANEOUS

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

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

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

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

CONDITIONS OF BUSINESS FOR BUYERS 1. INTRODUCTION

3. EXAMINATION OF LOTS

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

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

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

2. DEFINITIONS “Bidder” is any person making, attempting or considering making a bid, including Buyers; “Buyer” is the person who makes the highest bid or offer accepted by the auctioneer, including a Buyer’s principal when bidding as agent; “Seller” is the person offering a lot for sale, including their agent, or executors; “THE COMPANY” means Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd, registered office: Lygon House, 50 London Road, Bromley BR1 3RA. Company Registration number: 08020183; “Buyer’s Expenses” are any costs or expenses due to Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd from the Buyer; “Buyer’s Premium” is the commission payable by the Buyer on the Hammer Price at the current rate of 18% (inc VAT); “Hammer Price” is the highest bid for the Property accepted by the auctioneer at the auction or the post auction sale price; “Purchase Price” is the Hammer Price plus applicable Buyer’s Premium and Buyer’s Expenses; “Reserve Price” (where applicable) is the minimum Hammer Price at which the Seller has agreed to sell a lot. The Buyer’s Premium, Buyer’s Expenses and Hammer Price are subject to VAT, where applicable.

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

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

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

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).

(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.

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

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

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

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(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).

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

13. ARTISTS’ RESALE RIGHTS From 14th February 2006 all UK art market professionals (which includes, but is not limited to; auctioneers, dealers, galleries, agents and other intermediaries) are required to collect a royalty payment for all works of art that have been produced by living artists. This payment is only calculated on qualifying works of art which are sold for a hammer price more than the UK sterling equivalent of EURO 1,000 – the UK sterling equivalent will fluctuate in line with prevailing exchange rates, for an estimate of the current UK sterling equivalent, please refer to the front of this catalogue. It is entirely the responsibility of the buyer to acquaint himself with the actual EURO to UK Sterling exchange rate on the day of the sale in this regard. The actual qualifying threshold will be calculated by the Artist’s Resale Right Service Hub based on the European Central Bank reference rate published at 2.15pm on the day of the sale, and can be found on www.dacs.org.uk. All items in this catalogue that are marked with ‡ are potentially qualifying items, and the royalty charge will be applied if the hammer price achieved is more than the UK sterling equivalent of EURO 1,000. The royalty charge will be added to all relevant invoices, and must be paid before items can be cleared. All royalty charges are paid to the Design and Artists Copyright Society (‘DACS’), no handling costs or additional fees with respect to these charges will be retained by the auctioneer. The royalty charge that will be applied to qualifying items which achieve a hammer price of more than the UK sterling equivalent of EURO 1,000, but less than the UK sterling equivalent of EURO 50,000 is 4% payable by the buyer. For qualifying items that sell for more than the UK sterling equivalent of EURO 50,000 a sliding scale of royalty charges will apply – for a complete list of the royalty charges and threshold levels, please see www. dacs.org.uk. There is no VAT payable on this royalty charge. For all questions relating the regulations regarding Droit de Suite royalty charges, please see www.dacs.org.uk, telephone +44 (0) 845 410 3410, or email arr@dacs.org.uk.

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