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FURNITURE, WORKS OF ART AND COLLECTORS’ SALE MONDAY 5 DECEMBER 2016 – ABINGDON

TOYS

AUTOMOBILIA

SILVER

MILITARIA


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To include the Thomas & Greta Schuster ‘Alice in Wonderland’ Collection.

DESIGN

We invite entries by Oxford Authors, Poets, Artists & Photographers who have a relevant connection, for example:

STUDIO CERAMICS 8 December 2016 OXFORD

MODERN BRITISH POST-WAR ART 9 December 2016 OXFORD

The Oxford Authors Sale 8 February 2017 Literature • Poetry •Photography

For enquiries please contact Philip Smith on P: 01865 241358 E: philip.smith@mallams.co.uk www.mallams.co.uk

J R R Tolkien Charles L Dodgson C S Lewis Matthew Arnold W H Auden Iris Murdoch Graham Greene Colin Dexter T E Lawrence Henry Taunt Philip Pullman William Morris Oscar Wilde Et al. CLOSING DATE 12TH DECEMBER 2016

mary.lloyd@mallams.co.uk or alicia.rogers@mallams.co.uk or telephone: 01865 241358 www.mallams.co.uk


JEWELLERY & SILVER VALUATIONS Every Tuesday 10am – 1pm at the Oxford office no appointment necessary

Our specialists will be available to provide complimentary valuations of items, with a view to selling at auction Bocardo House, St Michael’s Street, Oxford OX1 2EB T: 01865 241358 E: louise.dennis@mallams.co.uk www.mallams.co.uk

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BID IN THE SALEROOM Register at the front desk in advance of the auction, where you will receive a paddle number with which to bid. Take your seat in the saleroom and when you wish to bid, raise your paddle and catch the auctioneer’s attention. LEAVE A COMMISSION BID You may leave a commission bid via the website, by telephone, by email or in person at Mallams’ salerooms. Simply state the maximum price you would like to pay for a lot and we will purchase it for you at the lowest possible price, while taking the reserve price and other bids into account. BID OVER THE TELEPHONE Book a telephone line before the sale, stating which lots you would like to bid for, and we will call you in time for you to bid through one of our staff in the saleroom. If you can’t get to the saleroom in person, a telephone bid still allows you live participation. ONLINE LIVE BIDDING Register online at the-saleroom.com to bid online live as the sale is taking place. You can also watch and hear the auction online. Please be aware that online bidding costs an extra 3% plus VAT of the final selling price. OVERSEAS BIDDERS Overseas clients will need to provide proof of identity (a scan of a passport or a national ID card) and payment card details prior to the auction. BUYER’S PREMIUM Each lot is subject to premium on the hammer price of 20% plus VAT – a total of 24%. For example: Hammer price – £100 Premium at 20% of £100 = £20 VAT at 20% of £20 = £4 Total price – £124 PAYMENT You may pay for your purchases in several ways: debit card, credit card (on which there is a 1.9% plus VAT surcharge), bank transfer, cheque or cash. COLLECTION & DELIVERY It is your responsibility to arrange collection of your purchases within one week of the sale. We do not offer postage from any of our branches. For postage enquiries, please contact the following directly: Abingdon – Pack & Send 01865 260610 or Mailboxes 01865 741729


Connect with us Abingdon Saleroom Dunmore Court, Wootton Road, Abingdon, OX13 6BH Opening Hours Monday to Friday 9am - 5.30pm Telephone: (01235) 462 840 Facsimile: (01235) 534 788 E-mail: abingdon@mallams.co.uk www.mallams.co.uk

For image requests/condition reports email enquiries@mallams.co.uk

Viewing times Friday 2nd December 9am - 5pm Saturday 3rd December 9am - 4pm and the morning of the sale from 8.30am

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elcome to the Mallams December sale in Abingdon. We are delighted to bring to you a collection of items which I hope will be to your eyes either beautiful, delightful, practical or interesting. With Christmas fast approaching there are all sorts of lots suitable as presents, from a sculpture of a fox to a toy steam train. There is also furniture to buy of all shapes and sizes to store all of your presents once unwrapped! Please do look through the catalogue and come to a view day in the saleroom where a coffee always awaits, or go to our website for more details of the lots, how to ask for condition reports and how to bid. I hope to see you at the view for this sale or at one of our many sales next year. We all wish you a very Happy Christmas and New Year.

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CONTENTS Lots Furniture & Works of Art

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Scientific Instruments & Optical Amusements

350 - 398

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Militaria

420 - 465

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Automobilia, Railwayana & Aeronautica

480 - 528

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Collectables, Including Records, Posters & Advertising Items

540 - 636

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Toys, Dolls & Games

660 - 742

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2 A VICTORIAN QUARTER PINT TANKARD of baluster form together with a Christening cup, a calling card case, a cigarette case and a silver mounted bottle (5) £100-200

3 A SILVER SUGAR BASIN with twin handles 18cm wide together with further silver items including mustard pots and napkin rings etc. £100-200

4 A GEORGIAN IRISH SILVER WINE FUNNEL together with a Continental silver spoon with import marks for 1890 and six Continental or Russian silver vodka cups (8) £6-80

5 A SILVER MOUNTED DRESSING TABLE HAND MIRROR together with a silver lidded cut glass box, two trays and four brushes (8) £70-90

6 ARCHIBALD KNOX (1864 - 1933) For Liberty & Co., London, Cymric, silver and enamel decorated belt buckle, c.1900, 8cm wide (AF) £100-200

7 A GROUP OF PASTE ART DECO BELT BUCKLES and a silver brooch etc. £60-80

8 A 15CT GOLD GOLFING UNION OF IRELAND 1905 MEDAL 3.5cm wide, in a fitted case £80-120

9 AN ANTIQUE SILVER MOUNTED JEWELLERY BOX containing a quantity of various paste jewellery and also to include a beaded, possibly amber necklace £80-120

10 A 22CT GOLD WEDDING BAND together with three further decorative rings (4) £80-120

11 A QUANTITY OF BEADED NECKLACES and further bijouterie including a Georgian enamel box, a silver pocket watch etc. £60-80

12 AN AMERICAN MID 20TH CENTURY ROSE SOLITAIRE STERLING SILVER CANTEEN OF CUTLERY with twelve table knives and forks, various dessert spoons and forks, serving spoons etc., £500-800

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1 A REGENCY IRISH SILVER MILK JUG marks for Dublin 1821, retailers mark of Edward Twycross and makers mark possibly Edward Power 15cm wide £60-80

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13 AN ANCIENT EGYPTIAN USHABTI 17cm high £80-120

14 A VICTORIAN 9 CARAT GOLD ALBERT CHAIN and a pair of 18 carat gold cufflinks £100-150

15 A 9 CARAT ROSE GOLD CASED OMEGA POCKET WATCH with Masonic gold talisman on the chain £180-220

16 AN OLD SILVER COMBINED VESTA CASE and sovereign case with a pencil within together with a Pinchbeck gilt vinaigrette and a silver retractable toothpick £70-90

17 A SET OF 50 SILVER MEDALLIONS PRODUCED BY JOHN PINCHES, ‘The Great Sailing Ships of History’, in a fitted oak case, each approximately 100 grams £500-600

18 A PAIR OF LATE GEORGIAN AND SILVER PLATED CANDLE STICKS 23cm high £40-60

19 A GILT AND ENAMEL DECORATED WILLIAM & MARY COIN of 1616, set as a brooch 4.1cm diameter £70-90

20 A VICTORIAN MASONIC MEDAL awarded to a member of the Noel Money Chapter together with a Louis Pasteur Medallion and four other medals (6) £40-60

21 AN ART UNION OF LONDON 1845 BRONZE MEDALLION depicting Reynolds together with three silver medallions depicting Harding, West and Chantrey (4) £80-120

22 A CASE OF PASTE JEWELLERY £50-80

24 A COLLECTION OF 17TH CENTURY AND LATER COINAGE together with some early 20th century bank notes £150-250

25 TWO VICTORIAN PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS £40-60

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23 A QUANTITY OF PASTE JEWELLERY watches etc., £50-80


26 A GEORGIAN SILK AND HAIR PICTURE OF A COUNTRY SCENE set within a gilt frame, 10.5cm diameter, inscribed to the reverse ‘Scene on silk, worked in human hair by Mrs Leeder 1766’ £80-120

27 A QUANTITY OF ARCHEOLOGICAL POTTERY SAMPLES together with various minerals samples, geode sections etc and also a quantity of photography slides £50-80 28 A COLLECTION OF ROMAN AND OTHER POTTERY SAMPLES from the collection of Commander J F H Pollen, in two wooden boxes £40-60

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30 A SMALL COLLECTION OF WHITE METAL SOCIETY MEDALS including Dog & Poultry Society, Chrysanthemum Society etc. (5) £60-100

31 A RED LACQUERED CHINOISERIE DECORATED SMALL BUREAU with fitted interior, 62cm wide x 97cm high £400-600

32 A GREY PAINTED COLONIAL CONSOLE TABLE with shell carved frieze, 164cm wide x 78cm high £400-600

33 AN ANTIQUE MAGIC LANTERN in box, standing on paw feet with various slides £50-80

34 A SELECTION OF ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS AND WATERCOLOURS, some signed ‘Gill’ £40-60

35 A PAIR OF FRENCH BINOCULARS, a Pentax ASAHI film camera, horse bits etc £30-50

36 A TEMPERANCE GLASS ETCHED PAPERWEIGHT, a treen box, white metal medallions etc £50-80

37 A SELECTION OF LATE 19TH CENTURY BONE AND MOTHER OF PEARL NEEDLEWORK ACCESSORIES including needlecase, tape measure, pin cushion etc £80-120

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29 AN ANTIQUE CAST IRON FIRE BACK with arching top decorated with two classical figures, 66cm wide x 71cm high £100-200

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38 A SMALL SELECTION OF SILVER AND SILVER PLATED ITEMS including grape scissors, tea strainers, brushes etc £80-120

39 A TREEN SALT POT, set of bellows, pair of brass candlesticks etc £40-60

40 A MULBERRY LADIES CROCODILE SKIN HANDBAG with serial number 509519, 21cm wide in original cloth bag £60-100

41 A MULBERRY LADIES SUEDE LEATHER HANDBAG in original cloth bag, 22cm £50-80

42 A GUCCI RED LEATHER HANDBAG in original cloth bag, 20cm wide £50-80

43 A SELECTION OF VINTAGE LADIES CROCODILE SKIN HANDBAGS AND CLUTCH BAGS of varying styles £40-60

44 A SELECTION OF VINTAGE LADIES CROCODILE SKIN HANDBAGS of varying sizes and styles £30-50

45 A LARGE COIN COLLECTION consisting mainly of GB pre-decimal coins and a selection of late 19th / early 20th century Indian coins etc £180-220

46 AN ELIZABETH II SCULPTURE OF A FOX with glass eyes, possibly by Vander, 31cm long snout to tail £200-300

47 A GROUP OF FIVE CUT GLASS AND SILVER MOUNTED SWAN DISHES of graduating size, with hinged wings, 21cm long £150-250

48 AN ANTIQUE CONTINENTAL WHITE METAL, POSSIBLY SILVER, COW CREAMER with hinged lid and attached cow bell, marks indistinct, 17cm long nose to tail £150-250

49 A WILLIAM IV SILVER CHAMBER STICK AND EXTINGUISHER with a coronet and monogram and marked Sheffield 1831 and makers mark of SC Young & Co., 14cm wide £100-200

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50 A GEORGE V SILVERED CHAMBER STICK AND DOUSER, marks for Sheffield 1913 and makers mark of Atkin Brothers, 16cm wide £100-200

51 A 19TH CENTURY BRASS EASTERN SPICE BOX with six compartments, 11cm high £50-80

52 A SMALL GROUP OF CLOCK AND WATCH RELATED BOOKS together with a collection of horological journals from the mid-late 20th Century £40-60

53 AN ELMA VIBRETTE WATCH AND CLOCK PART CLEANING MACHINE 34cm wide £30-50

54 A COLLECTION OF VARIOUS CLOCK AND WATCH RELATED PARTS, tools and other items £100-200

55 A GROUP OF WATCH PARTS to include joules, pinions, springs etc. in three drawer storage case and further similar items in boxes (9) £80-120

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56 A COLLECTION OF CLOCK AND WATCH MAKERS TOOLS, clock parts and furniture fittings £80-120

57 A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY COLLECTOR’S CHEST of two rows of twelve small drawers, each with turned bone or ivory handles 29cm wide x 31cm high £50-80

58 A SELECTION OF VINTAGE BEADED AND NEEDLEWORK EVENING BAGS including Oriental inspired example £50-80

59 A FRENCH HEXAGONAL BRASS MOUNTED SATIN BIRCH TABLE OR STAND with marble top, 81cm high £200-300

60 A BERLIN WOOLWORK TAPESTRY PICTURE, dated 1832, entitled ‘Elizabeth Ellen’, 48cm x 38cm £80-120 61 A PAIR OF RUSSIAN BRASS EJECTOR CANDLE STICKS, stamped with a mark beneath and date 1883 49cm high £200-300

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62 A VICTORIAN GOTHIC REVIVAL WALL LANTERN, 71cm high (AF) Reputedly from Old Tom Tower, Christ Church Cathedral £80-120

63 A VICTORIAN CAST IRON DOOR STOP in the form of a bouquet of flowers, a brass door stop in the form of a stag and two Newfoundland examples (4) £30-50

64 ANTON GRATH (1881 - c. 1955) ‘NIKE’, bronze, signed Grath and with founders mark ‘Lauchhammer Bildguss’ 34.5cm high £500-800

65 A VICTORIAN OAK CASED STICK BAROMETER with porcelain dials and carved decoration, indistinctly signed ‘J Hicks’ 16.5cm wide x 104cm high £300-500

66 A REGENCY BOW FRONTED SIDE TABLE with faux marble top and scumbled decoration 108cm wide x 82cm high £200-400

67 AN 18TH CENTURY DUTCH MARQUETRY BUREAU with fitted interior to the fall front 94cm wide x 103cm high £300-500

68 AN EDWARDIAN WING ARMCHAIR on inlaid mahogany legs 75cm wide £100-200

69 TWO PAINTED TABLE LAMPS the largest 67cm high including shade (2) £50-80

70 ROBERT THOMPSON of Kilburn (1876-1955) A Mouseman oak cheeseboard, 37cm wide £80-120

71 A VICTORIAN WALNUT CASKET with label of Mansfield, Grafton Street, Dublin, together with a small quantity of lace, including a child’s christening bonnet, the casket’s 20cm wide £70-90

72 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY STEEL CHATELAINE approximately 40cm long overall £30-50

73 20TH CENTURY BRITISH SCHOOL, Two apes, ceramic 11.5cm high £60-80

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75 AN OLD JAPANESE CARVED HARDWOOD THREE SECTION INRO 8cm wide and with a script signature to one side £80-120

77 THREE GLASS DECANTERS including a locked example by ‘Mannis, patent’ measures 27cm high (3) £80-120

78 A NEL ERASMUS ABSTRACT STILL LIFE, oil on board, dated 1959 and a Ronald Mylchreest abstract oil painting, 47cm x 24cm (2) £100-200

79 JUDITH ROBERTS WATERCOLOUR AND GOUACHE ABSTRACT PAINTING from the Fairwell Exhibition of paintings in Oxford 1994, 44cm x 52cm £80-120

80 A SELECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS including The Bank of England treen box, blue glass eye bath, Japanese bank notes etc £40-60

81 A SELECTION OF VICTORIAN AMBROTYPES in original cases (11) £80-120

82 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY PIN CUSHION, model of a Marley horse, Edison phonograph cylinders, a selection of old keys etc £40-60

83 AN ANTIQUE OAK SIDE TABLE with mitered decoration to the single long frieze drawer, 121cm wide x 80cm high £100-200

84 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY KNEE HOLE DESK with inlaid classical decoration to the top and drawer fronts, 79cm wide x 80cm high £400-600

85 A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY BACHELORS CHEST with brushing slide over four graduated drawers, 78.5cm wide x 85.5cm high £200-300

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74 A BRONZE SCULPTURE of the Venus de Milo 34cm high together with a further bronze sculpture of a classical maiden 33cm high (2) £100-200

76 A GROUP OF SIX LATE 18TH / EARLY 19TH CENTURY FRENCH PORCELAIN PLATES and oval dishes from the Faubourg St Denis manufactory, when under the protection of Charles Philippe Compte d’Artois, each decorated with flowers, most pieces marked C.P beneath the crown, the largest dish 42.5cm wide (6) £100-200

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86 AN ANTIQUE OAK COFFER with fielded panels to the front and sides, 115cm wide x 76cm high £100-200

89 A 19TH CENTURY NORTH COUNTRY WALNUT LADDER BACK OPEN ARMCHAIR with scrolling arms, 66cm wide £80-120

87 AN ANTIQUE ASH AND ELM WINDSOR STICK BACK ARMCHAIR, 66cm wide x 101.5cm high £80-120

90 A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY LONG CASE CLOCK by Robert Sampson of Pettifrance, Westminster, the three train movement striking the hours and quarter hours on nine bells, 50cm wide x 236cm high £2000-3000

88 AN ANTIQUE POSSIBLY 17TH CENTURY OAK CHEST OF FOUR LONG DRAWERS, 102cm wide x 89cm high £200-300

91 A SET OF FOUR 19TH CENTURY GILDED CABRIOLE LEGS, four ebonised scroll feet, lions paw feet, walnut brackets etc £100-150

93 A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL PRESSED METAL TRIFORM LARGE CANDLESTICKS converted for electric use 131cm high including fitting £400-600

94 A COLLECTION OF VARIOUS COINS including proof coins in boxes £70-90

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92 A 16TH OR 17TH CENTURY POLYCHROME PAINTED CARVED WOODEN SCULPTURE of a Saint, possibly St. George on an oak stand 71cm high overall £1000-2000


95 A PAPER MACHE COW 90cm long x 63cm high £60-80

96 A FRENCH GILT METAL MANTEL CLOCK set with porcelain panels and on a shaped stand 38cm high £250-350

97 A VICTORIAN WALNUT PEDESTAL BREAK FRONT PARTNERS DESK with black leather inset top which measures 152cm wide x 111cm deep £4000-5000

98 A PARIANWARE FIGURE of a Scottish soldier 45cm high £80-120

99 A VICTORIAN OAK PEDESTAL BOOKCASE with carved panel to the front and adjustable shelves to either side 55cm wide x 102cm high £150-250

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101 A GEORGE III WALNUT CHEST OF DRAWERS with feather stringing and cross banded decoration to the quarter veneered top 103cm wide x 101cm high £150-250

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100 A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH GILT METAL CLOCK mounted with two figures and porcelain panels on a shaped stand 54cm wide x 41cm high £250-350

102 A GEORGE III TRAY TOPPED COMMODE 50cm wide x 77cm high £80-120

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103 A MAHOGANY COLLECTOR’S CABINET 55cm wide x 71cm high £80-120


104 A WILLIAM AND MARY MARQUETRY CHEST ON STAND with decorative inlay to the top, sides and drawer fronts, standing on later cabriole legs 103cm wide x 139cm high £3000-5000

105 A ROUDOLSTADT VOLKSTEDT PORCELAIN MODEL of a parrot 31cm high together with three further porcelain birds by the same factory, a Crown Staffordshire lapwing No. 287 and a Beswick Kookaburra (6) £80-120

106 AN OLD TOBY JUG 24cm high together with three further Toby jugs and various Staffordshire and other houses and pastille burners (9) £80-120

107 A CROWN STAFFORDSHIRE SMALL PORCELAIN GILT BOX and cover together with further decorative ornaments to include a porcelain cup and saucer in the Meissen style etc., £60-80

108 AN ITALIAN CARVED GILT FRAMED WALL MIRROR decorated with Cherubs 39cm wide x 47cm high £80-120

109 TWO READING PIPES with albatross bone handles mounted in silver; an unmarked white metal example; three Meerschaum pipes, one with faux tortoise shell handles and another with silver mount, all cased £80-120

110 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY AUBUSSON CARPET 430cm long x 348cm wide This carpet is said to have been purchased from Pontremoli £1200-1800

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112 A SET OF THREE STEEL AND CAST BRASS HANDLED FIRE IRONS, the shovel 79cm long £120-180

113 A VICTORIAN TILT TOP TRIPOD TABLE 58cm wide together with an old oil lamp 58cm high (2) £50-80

114 AN OLD MOORCROFT BOTTLE VASE 9.5cm high together with a pin dish, a further bottle vase and a jar and cover (4) £150-250

115 THE DESIGN FOR A PIECE OF JEWELLERY or a picture frame, hand coloured and in pen and ink and applied with a collector’s stamp 41cm high x 25cm wide £100-200

116 AN OAK EARLY 20TH FOOT’S RECLINING WING BACK ARMCHAIR with adjustable stool and drinks stand 74cm wide x 126cm high £200-400

117 A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY THREE TIER BUFFET 103cm x 113 high £80-120

118 A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY FRAMED SOFA with arching back, carved scrolling legs 186cm wide £150-250

119 A REGENCY MAHOGANY DRESSING TABLE MIRROR 44cm wide x 54cm high £40-60

120 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY HALL CHAIR with oval seat 43cm wide x 90cm high £100-200

121 PIETER CORNELIS STEENHOUWER (1892 -1972) Winter Scene, oil on board, signed lower right 18.5cm x 23.5cm £150-250

122 DAVID DIPNALL (LATE 20TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL) ‘STILL AFTERNOON’, oil on canvas 39cm x 49cm (holed) £150-250

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111 A TEN PIECE HORN HANDLED VICTORIAN CARVING SET the blades stamped ‘Maleham & Yeomans’ (10) £50-80

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123 A CHINESE PORCELAIN GOLDFISH BOWL 37cm diameter x 31.5cm high £50-80

124 TWO ROYAL CROWN DERBY PAPERWEIGHTS two antique fans, a Prattware pot lid and two proof coin sets (7) £40-60 125 AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY TABLE TOP SMOKER’S CABINET with glass door and fitted interior 29cm wide x 40.5cm high £30-50

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126 A PAIR OF MAHOGANY GLOBE WERNICKE STYLE BOOKCASES with architectural decoration 90cm wide x 170cm high £1800-2200

127 A GLOBE WERNICKE STYLE THREE SECTIONED OAK BOOKCASE 86.5cm wide x 115cm high £80-120

128 A PAIR OF BRASS SIDE CHAIRS with spindle turned backs and purple upholstered seats 38cm wide £80-120

129 A ROSEWOOD CONCERTINA by Wheatstone & Co., with forty eight buttons and numbered 20140 £200-400

130 A 19TH CENTURY ROSEWOOD PICCOLO 30.5cm long, complete with mahogany case £30-50

131 A GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY BREAK FRONT LIBRARY BOOKCASE with adjustable shelves, 180cm wide x 208cm high £200-300

132 A GEORGE III NORTH COUNTRY MAHOGANY CHEST OF FOUR LONG DRAWERS with fluted pilasters on casters, 122cm wide £100-200 133 AN OAK LONG CASE CLOCK with painted dial and eight day movement, two weights and pendulum, 204cm high £150-250 134 AN EDWARDIAN LANCET CASE STRIKING MANTEL CLOCK, 32cm high; and a mahogany revolving bookcase, 45cm square (2) £70-120 133

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136 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY CYLINDER WRITING DESK with fitted interior, 147cm wide £200-400 137 A VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD COMPENDIUM TABLE with part chess set, 53cm wide £150-250

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137 138 A GEORGE IV BRASS INLAID MAHOGANY BREAKFAST TABLE, 132cm x 104cm £200-400

139 AN ANTIQUE MAHOGANY DINING TABLE reconstructed in four sections, 209cm x 100cm £150-250 140 A SET OF FOUR BRASS AND CUT GLASS TWO BRANCH WALL LIGHTS, 27cm high £70-150

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142 A SET OF GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY LIBRARY STEPS, metamorphosing to a rectangular table, 128cm high x 83cm deep £200-400

143 A VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD FOUR TIER WHATNOT, 43cm wide x 118cm high £80-150

144 A WILLIAM IV MAHOGANY EXTENDING DINING TABLE with drop leaves and claw feet, maximum measurement 185cm x 122cm £300-600

145 A SET OF EIGHT GEORGE IV MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, two carvers and six standards with drop in seats £200-400

146 A 17TH CENTURY FLEMISH STYLE OPEN ARMCHAIR with acanthus carved decoration, 62cm wide £200-300

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141 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY TWIN PEDESTAL DESK, 125cm wide £100-200

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147 A YEW WOOD GATELEG DINING TABLE, 180cm x 155cm £200-400

148 AN ANTIQUE OAK LECTERN revolving on a square base, 60cm wide x 62cm high £50-150

149 A 17TH CENTURY STYLE TAPESTRY UPHOLSTERED SIDE CHAIR on cross stretchers, 59cm wide £50-150

150 A PAIR OF WEATHERED CONCRETE GARDEN ORNAMENTS in the form of seated dogs, 69cm high £100-200 151 A WALNUT VENEERED SIX DRAWER PLAN CHEST with bakelite handles, 115cm wide £50-150

152 A VICTORIAN MIRRORED BACK WALNUT WALL CABINET with carved and painted decoration, 59cm wide x 94cm high £70-150 151x

153 A SORRENTO MARQUETRY DECORATED PEDESTAL TABLE on ring turned column, 59cm wide x 75cm high £100-200

154 A VICTORIAN BRASS AND STEEL FIRE SURROUND, 120cm long; and a Gothic style metal frame hall lantern, 29cm wide x 60cm high (2) £70-150

155 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY GATE LEG OVAL SUPPER TABLE, 115cm x 106cm open £100-200

156 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY OCTAGONAL LEAD LINED WINE COOLER, brass bound with handles, on stand, 62cm wide x 72cm high £300-500

157 A VICTORIAN BLUE AND WHITE ‘SEMI CHINA’ TWO HANDLED FOOT BATH, 51cm wide £50-150

158 A VICTORIAN STONE CHINA ‘JAPAN FLOWERS’ TWO HANDLED PORCELAIN FOOT BATH, 47cm wide £70-150

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159 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY AND BRASS PLATE BUCKET with liner, 29cm high and across £180-250

160 A VICTORIAN COBALT BLUE SPONGEWEAR FOOT BATH, 42cm wide £100-200

161 A REGENCY STYLE MAHOGANY SOFA TABLE on end supports, 145cm wide x 64cm deep £100-200

164 A COLLECTION TO INCLUDE A CHERUB WALL LIGHT, a collection of door furniture, a brass column lamp and a pair of epaulettes (quantity) £40-60

165 A COLLECTION TO INCLUDE A RUSSIAN ICON, chopper and board, folding coat stand and towel rail (5) £30-60

163 A MAHOGANY BOXWOOD INLAID CHEVAL MIRROR with urn finials, c.1890, 152cm high £100-200

166 AN AMETHYST CORDIAL SET, five pieces with Shakespearian scene decoration £20-40

167 A FRENCH BRONZE AND MARBLE GREYHOUND DESK WEIGHT, 15.5cm wide; and an onyx ashtray mounted with a silver plated horse, 31cm wide (2) £70-150

168 A 18TH CENTURY DUTCH DELFT BLUE AND WHITE STRAINER DISH with silver handles, 19cm diameter; and a French faience jug, 17cm high (2) £70-120

169 AN ANTIQUE ZANZIBAR HEAVY BRASS MOUNTED CHEST with three drawers, 105cm wide £100-200

170 TWO AFRICAN BURR WOOD COFFEE TABLES on shaped supports, 139cm wide x 77cm long (2) £100-200

171 TWO AFRICAN SCREEN PRINTS by Heidi Lange, ‘Adam and Eve’ 52cm x 105cm and two figure heads, 80cm x 72cm (2) £40-80

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162 A VICTORIAN FIGURED WALNUT KIDNEY SHAPED DRESSING TABLE with gilt metal mounts, 100cm wide x 135cm high £100-200

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172 A COLLECTION OF AFRICAN ART: two stone and one wooden figural carvings and a pair of woven containers, 32cm high (5) £50-100

173 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY BUTTERFLY LEAF PEMBROKE TABLE with inlaid decoration on casters, 96cm x 71cm £300-400

174 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY RECTANGULAR SUPPER TABLE on pad feet, 118cm x 81cm £80-120

176 A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY WASH STAND, NOW A BEDSIDE TABLE, 39cm wide x 86cm high £80-120

177 A VICTORIAN REVERSE GLASS PAINTING, 40cm x 60cm and a collection of cigarette and tea cards in albums £30-50 175 A COLLECTION OF WOOD WORKING AND OTHER TOOLS £40-80 176

178 AN 18TH CENTURY CHINOISERIE LACQUERED CHEST on bun feet, 97cm wide x 56cm deep x 85cm high £200-400

179 AN ANTIQUE CARVED OAK BIBLE BOX on a later stand, 72cm wide x 52cm deep x 95cm high £70-150

180 A CHIPPENDALE STYLE MAHOGANY PIE CRUST OCCASIONAL TABLE, fluted column and acanthus carved tripod, 67cm diameter £150-250

181 A RUSTIC BEECHWOOD COMB BACK WINDSOR CHAIR on four splay legs, 63cm wide x 68cm high £70-150

182 A GLOBE WERNICKE FOUR GLAZED SECTIONAL BOOKCASE, 86cm wide x 160cm high £100-200

183 A 17TH CENTURY CARVED OAK BIBLE BOX with iron escutcheon, 50cm wide x 42cm deep £100-200

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184 AN ANTIQUE COUNTRY MADE THREE PLANK SIDE TABLE on chamfered legs, 83cm wide x 64cm deep £100-200

185 AN ASH AND ELM WINDSOR CHAIR with crinoline stretchers, 50cm wide x 102cm high £70-150

186 A VICTORIAN APPRENTICE MAHOGANY BOW FRONT CHEST with bone handles, 40cm wide x 24cm deep x 43cm high £70-150

187 A REPOLISHED WINDSOR ELBOW CHAIR with splat back and ring turned legs, 67cm wide x 118cm high £70-150 188 A GEORGE IV MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS with ornate brass handles, 113cm wide x 51cm deep x 123cm high £100-200 189 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY FOLDING CAMPAIGN TABLE, 76cm wide; and a mahogany bidet with ceramic liner, 53cm wide (2) £50-100

190 A GEORGE III CROSS BANDED MAHOGANY TEA TABLE on square tapering legs, 91cm wide x 44cm deep £70-120 188

192 AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY AND SATINWOOD INLAID VITRINE on cabriole legs, 120cm wide x 152.5cm high £100-200

193 AN ANTIQUE OAK SMALL COFFER with diamond carved panels, 101cm wide x 41cm deep £100-200

194 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY HANGING CORNER CABINET with later green painted interior, 75cm wide x 112cm high £50-150

195 AN 18TH CENTURY CHINOISERIE LACQUERED BOW FRONT CORNER CABINET, brass butterfly hinges, 56cm wide x 93cm high £70-150

196 A 17TH CENTURY STYLE OAK SMALL GATELEG TABLE, 87cm x 72cm oval £50-150

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191 AN 18TH CENTURY MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS of small proportions, 86cm wide x 49cm deep x 78.5cm high £300-500

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197 A 19TH CENTURY OAK CORNER CABINET on stand, Tudor rose carved, 69cm wide x 181cm high £70-150

198 A NORTH COUNTRY CROSS BANDED OAK CHEST OF DRAWERS with canted corners c.1790, 107cm wide x 54cm deep x 97cm high £70-150

199 AN ELM CIRCULAR STOOL; an Edwardian wall mounted display cabinet, 58cm wide x 79cm high and a tray top occasional table on wrythen tripod, 61cm x 45cm (3) £70-150

200 A DUTCH FLORAL PAINTED SATINWOOD VITRINE with canted corners c.1840, 73cm wide x 153cm high £500-700

201 A CHINESE LACQUERED BRASS GONG on ebonised stand, 81cm wide x 105cm high £100-200

202 A 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL PARTNERS DESK with an arrangement of drawers and cupboards with brass handles, possibly laburnum or walnut veneered on pine, 139cm wide x 89cm deep £700-1200

203 A GEORGE IV ROSEWOOD LIBRARY TABLE with green leather top on end supports, 151cm wide x 80cm deep x 72cm high £300-500

204 AN OCTAGONAL GILT WOOD HALL LANTERN suspended by brass chains, c.1900, 34cm high x 44cm across £100-200

205 A GEORGE IV GILT WOOD PIER GLASS with verre eglomise panel, 76cm x 51cm £100-200

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207 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY LONG CASE CLOCK with striking mechanism and unsigned brass dial, approximately 200cm high £400-600

208 AN 18TH CENTURY WALNUT VENEERED SIDE TABLE with one drawer, engraved escutcheon on four cabriole legs, 66cm wide x 43cm deep x 70.5cm high £200-400

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206 A LATE 19TH CENTURY CHINOISERIE LACQUERED EASEL MIRROR, 69cm x 51cm £100-200


209 A 20TH CENTURY DOLLS HOUSE of classical form with numerous fittings, 71cm wide x 87cm high £150-300

210 AN 18TH CENTURY SIDE CHAIR with acanthus carved mahogany cabriole legs, 61cm wide x 97cm high £200-400

211 A SET OF SIX CHIPPENDALE STYLE MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS with wavy ladder backs and drop in seats, c.1880 (some differences), 54cm wide £200-400

212 TWO ITALIAN EBONISED AND IVORY INLAID HANGING WALL MIRRORS, Milan c.1880, 35cm x 31cm and 34cm x 30cm £200-400 213 A GEORGE III OAK LONG CASE CLOCK, painted dial and 40-hour movement, 204cm high £100-200

214 A FRENCH CARVED OAK BAROMETRE METALLIQUE BY OLIVER & GOULANCOURT, 93cm high £70-150

215 A FRENCH GILT METAL MANTEL CLOCK, white enamel dial, striking drum movement under a glass dome, the clock 29cm high £70-150 213

217 A VICTORIAN ASHWORTHS PART DINNER SERVICE including a graduated set of meat plates £50-100

216 AN ART NOUVEAU CLOCK CASE, a walnut box containing an assortment of ceramic and clay pipes, postcards and cigarette cards, and a Parker fountain pen (quantity) £30-50

218 A SET OF SIX SILVER TEA SPOONS, a Chameleon ware vase, a blue and white dressing table set, mille fleur glass paperweight and a pair of Worcester blush ivory vases, 10cm high £50-100

218 219 A REGENCY MAHOGANY TEA TABLE on fluted splay supports and casters, 91cm x 90cm open £150-250

220 A GLOBE WERNICKE STYLE FOUR SECTIONAL OAK BOOKCASE with lower drawer, 86cm wide x 134cm high £150-250 221 A GEORGE IV MAHOGANY BERGERE LIBRARY CHAIR on ring turned fore legs, 69cm wide x 95cm high x 77cm deep £200-400

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222 AN 18TH CENTURY OAK PRESS, twin panel doors and two drawers below, converted, 127cm wide x 46cm deep x 174cm high £100-300

223 A PIERCED BRASS FENDER, 124cm long; a copper and brass milk churn; a copper kettle; a brass poker, tongs, chamber stick and bellows (7) £50-100

224 A QUARTETTO OF GRADUATED MAHOGANY TEA TABLES on spindle support, 53cm to 38cm wide £150-250

225 AN OAK LONG CASE CLOCK, the square brass dial with date aperture and silvered chapter ring, signed ‘Jos Johnson Dudley’, eight-day movement, two weights and a pendulum, approximately 210cm high £250-400

226 A 18TH CENTURY STYLE MAHOGANY SQUARE STOOL on shell carved cabriole legs and claw and ball feet, 37.5cm £100-200

227 A VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD TEA TEAPOY, 39cm wide; a mahogany pole screen, 146cm high; a mahogany Sutherland table, 60.5cm wide (3) £70-150

228 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY SEVEN DRAWER MUSIC CHEST with ring handles, 64cm x 79cm x 42cm £70-150

229 A VICTORIAN CARVED OAK HALL BENCH, 120cm long; and an antique child’s high chair with needlework seat, 40cm wide x 89cm high £70-150 230 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY RECTANGULAR PEDESTAL DESK, for restoration, 123cm wide x 67cm deep £100-200 228

230 233 A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY SILVER CHEST, fitted with two green baize lined trays, 61cm wide x 38cm deep x 35cm high £70-120 234 A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY WHEEL BAROMETER by Kleyser & Co. Southwark, 95cm high; and an old brass warming pan with turned handle, 110cm high £70-150

232 A GEORGE III LANCASHIRE OAK AND MAHOGANY CROSS BANDED LINEN CHEST with hinged rising lid, 146cm wide x 54cm deep x 90cm high £150-250

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231 AN 18TH CENTURY MAHOGANY GAMING TABLE with green baize top and gate leg support, 77cm x 80cm open £150-250

235 AN 18TH CENTURY MAHOGANY AND GILDED FRET FRAME WALL MIRROR, for restoration, 90cm x 44cm; and a Victorian swing toilet mirror, 61cm wide (2) £50-150


236 A LARGE SILVER PLATED MEAT COVER, 45cm wide and a collection of approximately forty pieces of silver plate £40-80 237 A COLLECTION OF CERAMICS to include three Staffordshire figures, six Royal Doulton mugs and four further figures (13) £30-80 238 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN PAINTED METAL LAMPS of classical female figure form, 45cm high £30-50

239 A PAIR OF LARGE STAFFORDSHIRE POTTERY FIGURES of a cobbler and his wife, 33cm high; a Staffordshire spaniel, 24cm high; and two flatback figures (5) £30-80

241 AN IMPERIAL STONE CHINA MCCARTNEY SOUP TUREEN AND COVER on stand, matching sauce tureen and stand, a two oval dishes, tureen 34cm wide £70-150

242 A MODERN DERUTA POLYCHROME POTTERY DINNER SERVICE of twenty two pieces, 24cm plates £50-100

240 A PAIR OF ROYAL WORCESTER PIERCED BOTTLE VASES with polychrome decoration, 21cm high £50-100

243 A PAIR OF JAPANESE SATSUMA EARTHENWARE VASES, 26cm high; a pair of Imari vases and covers; and a modern Majolica game tureen and cover, 34cm wide (5) £70-150

244 A MINIATURE CHEST OF FOUR DRAWERS, 33cm wide; an oak writing box, 36cm wide; two sets of scales with brass weights; and a striking mantel clock in mahogany case, 22cm high (5) (ex. weights) £50-100 245 A CHINESE EMBOSSED SILK BED COVER with oriental bird decoration, approximately 230cm x 175cm; and ten linen and cotton table and bed spreads (11) £50-100 246 A MAP OF LINCOLNSHIRE by Robert Morden, 22cm x 17cm; a print after Boucher; and five other pictures (7) £40-80

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247 A SET OF SIX HUNTING PRINTS, 1832, contained within three oak frames, 68cm x 31cm overall £30-50

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248 A POSTER ADVERTISING AN EXHIBITION OF WORKS by Henri Mattise, November 1956; and another Mattise poster for Berggruen & Cie, March 1953 bearing a printed signature for 1952, both framed £100-200

249 AN EARLY FRENCH MAP OF MOZAMBIQUE, 22cm x 31cm; and a German map of a fort, 18cm x 13cm (2) £20-40

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251 A PAIR OF JAPANESE LACQUERED CIRCULAR PLAQUES with mother of pearl decoration, 55cm diameter £30-60

252 A FRENCH STRIATED STONE DESK STAND, fitted ink wells, blotter etc, 34cm wide £30-50 250 LAMBERT DONNAY (EARLY 20TH CENTURY) Two First World War scenes, oil on canvas, signed, one dated 1915, 55cm x 38cm and 46cm x 61cm (2) £100-200 251

253 A FRENCH, EMPIRE STYLE, MAHOGANY CIRCULAR DINING TABLE with grey marble top, 97cm diameter £150-250

254 A LATE VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD AND MARQUETRY INLAID WRITING AND MUSIC CABINET with fitted interior, square tapering legs, bearing presentation plaque dated 1889, 58cm wide x 79cm high £250-350

255 A HEREZ BRICK GROUND SMALL CARPET with continuing pattern of foliate designs, 302cm x 222cm £150-250

256 A SHIRVAN RED GROUND SMALL CARPET with all over foliate medallions, 330cm x 179cm £250-350

257 A VICTORIAN CARVED WALNUT SPECIMEN MARBLE CENTRE TABLE with radiating veneers, 72cm high x 63cm diameter £1200-1500

258 A PAIR OF FLORENTINE STYLE GILTWOOD CIRCULAR WALL MIRRORS with carved acanthus and scallop shell frames, 51cm diameter plate, 76cm diameter overall £400-600

259 A BRONZE SCULPTURE OF A GIRL resting on a rocky seat, 37cm high overall £50-80

260 A MIDDLE EASTERN EMBROIDERED TEXTILE PANEL in gold and coloured threads with fringed edges 79cm x 81cm £80-100

261 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY FOUR TIER WHATNOT with hinged top 51cm wide x 138cm high £700-900

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262 A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH EBONISED BOULLE PIER CABINET 82cm wide x 108cm high £350-450

263 A 19TH CENTURY BRASS AND WIRE MESH FIREGUARD 62cm wide and a similar larger fireguard 81cm wide (2) £60-80 264 AN ANTIQUE MIDDLE EASTERN RED AND BLUE GROUND RUNNER 85cm x 245cm together with a modern polychrome striped runner 246cm x 82cm (2) £60-80

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266 A BEECHWOOD SPINDLE BACK WINDSOR ARMCHAIR with turned supports 66cm wide £80-120

267 A LATE 19TH CENTURY GERMAN VIOLIN labelled Maidstone, a further antique violin, an ivory mounted bow and a further bow £50-100

268 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY THREE TIER WHATNOT 60.5cm wide x 90cm high £200-400

269 AN EMPIRE MAHOGANY FOUR DRAWER COMMODE (marble top and some fittings lacking) 132cm wide x 89.5cm high £700-900

270 A REGENCY ROSEWOOD SOFA TABLE with brass star inlay 90cm wide £300-500

271 A 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SECRETAIRE ABATTANT with marble top and fitted interior 95cm wide x 143.5cm high £600-900

272 AN EMPIRE MARBLE TOPPED WALNUT COMMODE of four drawers 130cm wide x 98cm high £800-1200

273 AN EDWARDIAN CHEVAL MIRROR 79cm x 190cm high £200-300

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265 A BEECHWOOD SPINDLE BACK WINDSOR ARMCHAIR with turned supports 66cm wide £80-120

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274 A MAHOGANY ROTATING DESK CHAIR 68cm wide £200-300

275 A CHINESE WHITE AND RED STAINED IVORY CHESS SET, finely carved, each piece supported by a puzzle ball, c.1920, King 16cm high £300-500

276 A CHINESE CARVED BONE CHESS SET of turned form, King 11.5cm high £100-200

277 A GEORGE IV MAHOGANY PEDESTAL SOFA TABLE 114cm x 69cm £80-120 278 A PAINTED AND PARCEL GILT WALL MIRROR in the classical revival manner with faux marble decoration £500-800 279 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY HAZEL ROCKING CHAIR with makers stamp to the reverse 94cm high £60-100 278

283 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL Miniature portrait of a young lady, perhaps Mary Shelley (second wife of Percy Bysshe Shelley), reverse painted on glass, 9cm x 7cm Prov: A gift from a ‘Miss Shelley’ of Oxford (herself a relative of Percy Bysshe Shelley) to our current vendor’s mother £30-50

281 A MURANO GILT METAL AND COLOURED GLASS DROP FOUR BRANCH ELECTROLIER, 45cm wide £100-200

282 JOSEPH DANILOWATZ ‘The Quarry’, chromolithograph, 63cm x 90cm £100-150

284 W WASDELL TRICKETT (19TH / 20TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL) ‘The Roan’, pastel, signed, inscribed and dated 1926, 42cm x 58cm £60-80

285 A MAHOGANY WASH STAND with pull out mirror and various drawers and cupboards, 52cm wide x 87cm high £100-200

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280 AN OAK TABLE TOP CHEST of three drawers 51cm x 61cm x 30cm £80-120


287 WILFRED KNOX (1884-1966) ‘In the Channel’, signed with pseudonym ‘A.D. Bell’ and dated 1948, watercolour heightened in white, 24 x 36cm £50-80

288 THOMAS BROXTON (19TH / 20TH CENTURY) ‘Beached’, signed and dated 1931, oils on board, 23 x 30cm; and one further by the same hand - landscape with figures and church, signed, oils on canvas, 17 x 24.5cm (2) £30-50

289 A SET OF FOURTEEN FAR EASTERN MINIATURE BRONZE MUSICIAN FIGURES together with various instruments £60-80

290 J*DE VERE (19TH / 20TH CENTURY) Moonlit coastal waters with solitary fishing boat, signed and dated 1905, pastels, 32.5 x 80cm £30-50

291 ELETTRA BRIANTE (b.1906) An Italian street market, signed, oils on canvas laid onto board, 50 x 35cm £60-80

292 DAVID SCOTT (20TH CENTURY) ‘The Moor Hen’, signed and dated 1976, watercolour and gouache, 64 x 49cm Artist’s label verso £40-60

293 S*N* MEARHS ‘Loch Awe’, signed, watercolour, 27 x 38cm; and a 20th Century English School - a figure seated upon a wooden bench, charcoal and black ink sketch, 30 x 24cm (2) £30-50

294 A VISCHER HORMANN CIRCA 1765 MAP of Scotland 57.5cm x 48cm £80-120

295 TWO ANTIQUARIAN SCOTTISH MAPS including a map of Caithness after Timothy Pont by Blaeu, circa 1654 and one other Strathnaver J. Blaeu circa 1654 (2) £150-250

296 A WHITE PAINTED COFFEE TABLE inset with tiles, some moulded in the form of fish, in the manner of William Branham, 127cm wide x 51cm high £80-120

297 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY FRENCH BRONZED SCULPTURE of a horse and jockey on marble plinth 38cm x 26cm £80-120

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286 AN ANTIQUE, PROBABLY 19TH CENTURY, REPUTEDLY IRISH AUTOMATON, an old lady darning a sock, 15cm high £80-120

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298 AN AUSTRIAN COLD PAINTED BRONZE SQUIRREL, indistinctly stamped to the underside 5cm high £150-250

299 A FUR STOLE together with an early to mid 20th century ladies evening bag with a pugs head clasp (2) £40-60

300 A SMALL GROUP OF POTTERY PUGS together with a wicker seat and an oak table top book rest £20-40

303 GLENDOWAN 70cl, 25 year old whisky in flask, one crystal decanter of Glen Avon 8 year old whisky (2) £30-50

304 ONE CHINA ‘BELL’ BOTTLE OF BELL’S PRINCE WILLIAM’S BIRTH 1982 WHISKY £20-40

305 POINTER COLLECTOR’S SERIES WHISKY British Open whisky 1860-2004 Ltd. Ed 214/1500 £40-60

301 A SMALL GROUP OF STAFFORDSHIRE FLAT BACK FIGURES to include a dog and a lion together with further pottery £30-50

302 A MONT BLANC WALLET and Geneva Old Mathiesen wrist watch (2) £20-40

306 FOUR BOTTLES OF SMITH WOODHOUSE 1988 VINTAGE PORT together with further port and wines £100-200

307 A GROUP OF VARIOUS BELLS BOTTLE DECANTERS from various years with 8 year old whisky within together with an Aberlour claret jug, further whisky and a group of pub pottery water jugs £150-250

308 A BOTTLE OF ABERLOUR GLENLIVET PURE HIGHLAND MALT WHISKY, distilled in 1970 and with presentation case £100-200

309 A BOTTLE OF ABELOUR SINGLE HIGHLAND MALT SCOTCH WHISKY, distilled in 1964 and with presentation box £200-400

310 A FAMOUS GROUSE HIGHLAND DECANTER to commemorate 100 years of The Famous Grouse brand since 1896 from a limited edition numbered 271 £80-120

311 SAMUEL BATEMAN (19TH / EARLY 20TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL) ‘Marsh, Mills, Weir and Millpool on the Thames’, oil on canvas, after the title, signed and dated 1899 lower left, 37cm x 78cm £200-400

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312 A COIN COLLECTION consisting of GB predecimal coins and proof sets etc £100-200

313 A COOPERED OAK COAL BUCKET together with a brass trivet, Berlin beadwork tea cosy and a small bisque headed doll etc £40-60

314 A VINTAGE FINNIGANS TAN LEATHER SUITCASE and a Christys London Johnstone top hat in box (2) £80-120

315 A CHINESE HARDWOOD LOW TABLE 69cm wide £50-80 316 A GILT SCROLLED ACANTHUS CRESTED SIGN with red cartouche, 98cm across £100-200 317 A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN SATINWOOD MARQUETRY INLAID CABINETS 121cm high x 76cm wide x 38cm deep £3500-4000

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319 A GROUP OF TEXTILES AND INFANTS GOWNS £30-50

320 A BOX OF BRITISH MUSEUM PLASTER INTAGLIOS of classical friezes and cameo portraits £150-220

321 SET OF TEN POINT ANTLERS mounted on an oak shield 76cm wide £100-150

322 A SELECTION OF OAK CARPENTERS PLANES including Shepley & Brain example £30-50

323 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY AUTOGRAPH or friendship book and a further small quantity of books £30-50

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318 THREE CLARICE CLIFF BAZAAR CONICAL JUGS in the ‘Rudyard’ pattern, the tallest measures 18cm (3) £150-300

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350 A GROUP OF THREE 19TH CENTURY MAGIC LANTERN SLIDES by Carpenter & Westley, two showing signs of the Zodiac, a third showing various comets together with s fourth automaton magic lantern slide showing an eclipse (4) £80-120

351 A GROUP OF FIVE AUTOMATON MAGIC LANTERN SLIDES relating to stars and the solar system £70-90

352 A MAGIC LANTERN SLIDE showing the seasons in relation to the sun and further related slides (6) £50-80

353 A GROUP OF NINE LONG MAGIC LANTERN SLIDES to include three with mechanical elements, others showing star clusters, each slide approximately 35.5cm long £50-80

354 A GROUP OF 19TH CENTURY ASTRONOMICAL MAGIC LANTERN SLIDES particularly relating to Comets and Nebulae and also the Sun and its spots £60-80

355 A GROUP OF MAGIC LANTERN SLIDES relating to various planets including Saturn and Mars and further aspects of the solar system £100-200

356 A GROUP OF FOUR MAGIC LANTERN SLIDES relating to the solar system by Newton & Co., to include one showing the excentric revolution of a comet around the sun (4) £50-80

357 A GROUP OF 19TH CENTURY MAGIC LANTERN SLIDES some by Newton, others by Carpenter & Westley, showing views of the moon to include it’s craters £100-200

358 A GROUP OF TWELVE 19TH CENTURY MAGIC LANTERN SLIDES showing the Zodiacal system together with two slides showing the Egyptian Zodiac symbols (12) £30-50

359 A GROUP OF 19TH CENTURY SQUARE GLASS MAGIC LANTERN SLIDES relating to the Solar System, all within a mahogany box with brass handles and an old magic lantern with tin case £100-200

360 A GROUP OF 19TH CENTURY LENSES from cameras and other instruments together with various bubble levels etc., £40-60

361 AN OPTICIANS WALL MOUNTED VINTAGE LIGHT UP EYE TESTING BOX 69cm wide x 73.5cm high £80-120

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363 A SHAGREEN CASED TELESCOPE / VIEWER also with shagreen banding and tooled leather barrel, 8cm high (with some damages) £150-200

364 A VICTORIAN BURR WALNUT STEREOSCOPIC VIEWER, 52cm high £200-300

365 A SMALL COLLECTION OF STEREOSCOPIC VIEWER SLIDES OR CARDS £50-100

366 A LEICA 1G BODY ONLY serial No. 909502 £200-300

367 A SET OF SURGEONS SCALPELS BY MAW & SON in a fitted case, 19cm wide £30-50

368 A STUDENT MICROSCOPE BY BECK LIMITED LONDON, number 21632, with various lenses and case together with a binocular microscope and a Cambridge portable potentiometer (3) £70-90

369 A SET OF LABORATORY SCALES, model M.C.I/A, 43cm high £40-60

370 A STANTON INSTRUMENTS LIMITED CASED SET OF LABORATORY SCALES, model B.A.7, 47cm high £60-80

371 AN ORIGINAL-ODHNER CALCULATING MACHINE together with three rules, a hardwood square and a part barograph and a universal date stamp, (7) £80-120

372 A VICTORIAN STUDENT’S MICROSCOPE by Baker of 244, High Holborn, London 24.5cm high, with fitted case and two boxes of microscope slides £80-120

373 AN EARLY TO MID 20TH CENTURY DENTIST’S TOOL CABINET together with a report stand and a set of foot bellows for powering dentist’s instruments (3) £80-120

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362 EIGHTEEN BOUND VOLUMES of Christies auction catalogues covering scientific and medical instruments from December 1984 to December 2000 (18) £200-300

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374 A W. WATSON & SONS LTD., MICROSCOPE with a variety of lenses, in a fitted case 29cm high £80-120

375 A 19TH CENTURY MINIATURE SPECTROSCOPE by John Browning 4.7cm long together with a turned wooden stethoscope 18cm high, the spectroscope originally belonging to a member of the Stevenson Civil Engineering family £50-80

376 A LARGE LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY WESTMINSTER PHOTOGRAPHY EXCHANGE ENLARGER having an oak frame and green bellows 52cm in length £50-100

377 A LATE 19TH CENTURY / EARLY 20TH CENTURY J. LANCASTER & SON FOLDING CAMERA 20cm wide together with a late 19th / early 20th Century tailboard plate camera 21cm wide together with a collection of mahogany backplates, a developing tray etc. £200-300

378 A LATE 19TH / EARLY 20TH CENTURY W. BUTCHER & SON PRIMUS CAMERA 10cm x 19cm, a W. Watson & Sons reflex camera, a No. 6 Ensign carbine tropical model folding camera No. E11855 and two Kodak folding cameras £100-200

379 A SELECTION OF SCIENTIFIC APPARATUS and glassware £30-50

380 A LATE 19TH / EARLY 20TH CENTURY MICROSCOPE in mahogany case, 30cm high £50-100

381 A GROUP OF VICTORIAN AUTOMATON MAGIC LANTERN SLIDES by Carpenter & Westley 24 Regent Street, showing solar eclipses etc. (6) £100-200

382 A VICTORIAN CHROMOTROPE or ‘Artificial Firework’ by Carpenter & Westley, together with two automaton magic lantern slides by Childe & Hill (3) £80-120

383 A GROUP OF 19TH CENTURY AUTOMATON MAGIC LANTERN SLIDES many with kaleidoscope type decoration together with various parts £80-120

384 APPROXIMATELY THREE HUNDRED STEREOSCOPIC SLIDES to include European and American views etc, together with two viewers £150-250

385 AN ANTIQUE LACQUERED BRASS SURVEYORS LEVEL and compass by Troughton Simms, London 28cm long, with fittings and in a fitted case £60-80

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387 A SLIDE RULE by A W Faver, a part antique balance scale, a 19th century retort stand, various drawing instruments etc £40-60

388 A 18TH OR 19TH CENTURY BRASS AND STEEL CROSS SLIDE FROM A LATHE, indistinctly signed ‘Kenneun of 19 Fishamble Street Dublin’; together with a part instrument stamped ‘Spencer & Son Dublin’; part of an antique telescope and further items £80-120

389 AN ERNST LEITZ LEICA III serial No. 303133 and having a Summar F = 5cm lens in a fitted brown leather case together with a Pentax Asahi sportmatic camera with various lenses, a Six 20 Kodak junior camera £200-300

390 A NEGRETTI & ZAMBRA BAROGRAPH in oak case, fitted with single drawer containing charts 36cm x 21cm x 21cm £100-200

391 A NEGRETTI & ZAMBRA SINGLE DRAW TELESCOPE when extended 88cm £80-120

392 A GARDNER & CO GLASGOW WARRANTED TWO DRAW TELESCOPE on table top stand, unextended measures 30cm, in wooden case £100-200

393 A SET OF BALANCE SCALES in oak case with weights, case measures 51cm x 43cm, a pair of Regent military binoculars and a pair of late 19th / early 20th Century mother of pearl opera busses £40-60

394 A 19TH CENTURY BRASS MICROSCOPE by M Pillicher London, number 1489, 34cm high complete with fitted case with two lenses by H Crouch London and further items within £100-200

395 AN OLD J. SWIFT & SON, LONDON, BLACK LACQUERED MICROSCOPE with adjustable platform in a fitted case together with a box of microscope slides £150-250

396 A GERMAN ANEROID BAROMETER by R Fuess of Berlin, 7.5cm diameter together with an old wrist watch and other items £30-50

397 A MICROSCOPE by E. Leitz of Wetzlar No. 42443 with retailers stamp for C. Baker of 244 High Holborn, with fitted case of various lenses together with a group of microscope related books and loose microscope slides etc. £250-350

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386 AN OLD MAGIC LANTERN in tin case together with a set of magic lantern slides in a box, some possibly relating to Oxford (2) £50-80

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398 A MAHOGANY TABLE TOP MICROSCOPE SLIDE CABINET with glazed door enclosing twenty five shallow drawers with a label for Broadhurst, Clarkson & Co., the drawers full of microscope slides, some by makers to include Watson & Sons., and others 31.5cm wide £350-450

420 TWO ANTIQUE TURKISH FLINT LOCK PISTOLS, 47cm long (2) £100-200

421 A NAVAL SHORT SWORD with engraved blade and shagreen hilt by Giev & Co., 63cm long £40-80

422 TWO DEACTIVED MORTARS, each 66cm in length £30-50 423 A WORLD WAR II PERIOD CAST BRASS MODEL OF AN AVRO MANCHESTER BOMBER on diamond shaped stand, 29cm wide £80-120

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424 A MID 20TH CENTURY NAVAL ANDROID BAROMETER for mounting on a bulkhead by Smiths, dated 1966, 25.7cm wide £100-200

425 FOUR ROYAL AIR FORCE HIP FLASKS with original packaging, three further flasks and a pre-World War I bleriot aviation walking cane £50-80

426 A COLLECTION OF VICTORIAN GRAND TOUR FIGURES together with a scrimshaw decorated dining fork inscribed ‘HMS Victory’, 31cm in length £50-100

427 A COLLECTION OF AVIATION, MILITARIA AND AUTOMOBILIA RELATED EPHEMERA to include an RAF Hendon Officers Mess 1940 pottery cup and saucer, eight World War II bakelite bomb detonation caps, cigarette cases, playing cards, an RAF vesta match case, Jubilee coins, Swastika badge etc £100-200

428 MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTABLES to include a Festival of Britain official scarf, an Arnold Palmer ash tray, four Toby jugs, a Kawasaki silver plated presentation tray, a Shell uniform etc £40-60

429 THREE LARGE FORMAT AIR TO AIR PUBLICITY PHOTOGRAPHS of Royal Air France training aircraft from Linton and further illustrations £30-50

430 TWO PRINTS AFTER FRANCIS HILEY ‘The Doomed Raider’ and ‘Victor of the Air’, each 38cm x 56cm (2) £50-80

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431 A COLLECTION OF COLOURED AIRCRAFT PRINTS each signed by pilots and other air and ground crews including a Spitfire, Tornado, Harrier, Red Arrows aircraft etc., £60-80

432 A SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH of World War II pilot Johnnie Johnson of 616 Squadron 25cm x 17.5cm together with two World War II period photographs showing Civil Defence practise operations (2) £50-80

433 TWO KEY FOBS or badges depicting vintage bi planes together with a further key fob scratched with graf zeppelin (3) £30-50

435 A GROUP OF AVIATION EPHEMERA to include large format colour photographs of the Red Arrows Team including ground crew and similar interest £40-60

436 TWO BOXED WORLD WAR II TELEPHONE SETS £20-40 434 A FIVE VIEW GOUACHE WATERCOLOUR of a Halifax B.VII bomber from a publication for Endsleigh & Castle, the paintings mounted on board 49cm x 37cm £40-60 435

438 A WORLD WAR I DEATH PLAQUE named after William Tanner together with a further similar plaque named after Frank Reginald Fillmore, each 12cm diameter (2) £50-80

439 A VICTORIAN 1853 SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL awarded to 28880 Private J Broadway, 1st Bn. Rifle Bde. £80-120

440 A POSSIBLY WORLD WAR II AEROPLANE COCKPIT TIMEPIECE the dial inscribed ‘One Day/MK I I A/ 8A 1274, 6.5cm wide together with a Smith’s automobile timepiece 5.5cm diameter (2) £80-120

441 A SCRATCH BUILT STATIC DISPLAY MODEL of a Short Singapore III K3592 bi plane, model 38cm wide and within a glazed case £150-250

442 A MODEL OF A SUPERMARINE STRANRAER BN L K7295 35.5cm wide £80-120

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437 A GEORGE III STEEL SABRE c.1796, with the remains of a shagreen grip and cut down in length 67cm long £40-60

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443 A QUANTITY OF MANUALS, brochures and aero engineering chart books relating to various Rolls Royce and other engines including Alvis, Leonides, The Bristol Hercules, Rolls Royce Derwent etc., £80-120

444 A CASED PAIR OF GEORGIAN PERCUSSION POCKET PISTOLS by Genn of Falmouth, each with rosewood stocks, together with a powder flask and shot mould, all in a mahogany case, each pistol 19cm in length £800-1200

445 A D.H. STEWARD NO. 239 COMPASS monogrammed to the reverse, A.D. Chanter, in leather case £50-80

446 A SELECTION OF GENTLEMAN’S ARMY AND FOLDING PENKNIVES £50-80

447 THREE BRASS AND LEATHER POWDER FLASKS including one with embossed leaf and hunt decoration, G & JW Hawksley Sheffield, James Dixon & Sons embossed example, plus a horn example (4) £50-100

448 A LATE 19TH / EARLY 20TH CENTURY WELSH PITH GUARDSMAN’S HELMET and original tin, makers label to the tin and the interior of the hat reads ‘Gieves Limited’ £60-80

449 A SET OF CARL ZEISS BINOCULARS in original leather case £40-60

450 A BARRATS MILITARY CORNET and a bayonet (2) £40-60

451 AN ANTIQUE POWDER CANISTER with name plate reading ‘Waterloo, Egypt 42 Peninsular’ £40-60

452 A LARGE COLLECTION OF WORLD WAR II AND LATER MILITARY HELMETS and two bowler hats £150-250

453 A COLLECTION OF MILITARY BUTTONS in packets £50-80

454 A GROUP OF WWII MEDALS awarded to 1428 R.W Manson. P.O. R.M.V.R., to include the 1939-45 Star, the Atlantic Star and the Africa Star (5) £50-80

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455 A 19TH CENTURY PERCUSSION CAP MUZZLE LOADING MUSKET BK - P - A - 8 - 65 on the barrel 113cm £100-150

456 A GOUACHE SKETCH of a three engined aeroplane by Roland Davies, 51cm wide together with a small cast model of an aeroplane, previously a car mascot, the base 20cm long (2) £80-120

457 A 19TH CENTURY OFFICER’S SWORD by Andrews of 9 Pall Mall, London with fish skin grip 102cm long £80-120

458 A 19TH CENTURY BOWIE TYPE HUNTING KNIFE with retractable guard by Hill & Son., 4, Haymarket, London 26cm long £50-80

459 AN ANTIQUE TOWER TYPE PERCUSSION CAP MUSKET and bayonet 198cm long overall £200-300

460 A SCALE MODEL OF A WORLD WAR II RAF TYPE T2 HANGER made by an airframe fitter in 1942 as a present for his son, 78cm long x 22cm high £100-200

461 A J. HICKS MILITARY WATKIN CLINOMETER regd. 14th March 1881and a Pritch & Son imperial surveying aneroid (2) £80-120

462 AN OLD FLINT LOCK PISTOL the lock plate with East India Co., Coat of Arms 46cm long together with a further smaller flintlock pistol (2) £80-120

463 A GEORGE V OFFICER’S SWORD and leather cased scabbard for a Royal Artillery Regiment, the sword by Boyton & Son., and numbered 1299, 104.5cm long £100-200

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464 A 19TH CENTURY 1822 PATTERN LIGHT CAVALRY OFFICER’S SWORD with steel scabbard and fish skin grip by Reeves of Birmingham 99cm long £200-300

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465 TWO UNIFORMS including caps belonging to Colonel R.L. Penno OBE NBE, together with a Union Jack flag, Sandhurst scarf etc. £100-200

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480 AN ANTIQUE ‘CROSBY STEAM GAUGE & VALVE CO, BOSTON USA’ STEAM INDICATOR GAUGE from the 502 mechanical division, 21cm x 18cm £50-100

481 A COLLECTION OF LONDON AND NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY COMPANY POSTCARDS and others, contained within a mahogany box £50-100

482 AN OLD LODGE PLUGS YELLOW ENAMEL ADVERTISING SIGN, 46cm x 124cm £60-80

483 AN OLD ALADDIN PINK PREMIUM PARAFFIN ENAMELLED ADVERTISING SIGN, 30cm x 46cm £40-60

484 A LARGE POWER PETROL GREEN ENAMELLED ADVERTISING SIGN, 153cm x 93cm £100-200

485 A BRASS RE-INFORCED TEAK SHIP’S WHEEL 75cm diameter £150-250

486 AN OLD GREEN METAL CABINET of 72 pigeon holes, 123cm x 183cm £80-120 487 AN ANTIQUE BRASS GREASE GUN, further greaser and a lamp holder (3) £20-40 488 A COLLECTION OF ENGINEERING TOOLS to include a dividing head and a R.G.Finishing hone £50-100 489 TWO OLD AA LUCAS PARTS KITS £60-80 490 TWO METAL FILING CABINETS of drawers, the largest 28cm x 94cm (2) £40-60

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492 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY CAST IRON CYCLISTS TOURING CLUB ADVERTISING WALL PLATE from the Royal Hotel Worksop, 60cm diameter £100-200

493 A VINTAGE MANSION’S MOTOR COMPANY LTD., CRANK SHAFT TOOL in a fitted case, the case 33cm wide £30-50

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491 A CHROME BENTLEY DRIVERS CLUB BADGE, a Southern Jowett Car Club badge and a Vintage Sports Car Club badge (3) £20-40


494 A QUANTITY OF EPHEMERA relating to automobiles and aviation to include Rolls Royce and Bentley brochures, The Magazine of Triumph etc £60-80 495 A BSA SET OF SPANNERS and tools together with The Motor Electrical Manual, The Automobile Association Handbook 1937-38 and The Automobile Association Hotel Handbook 1939-40, and Early Cycle Lighting by Peter W Card £40-60

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496 A NICKEL PLATED SCHNIDER SEA PLATE VINTAGE CAR RADIATOR MASCOT, 9cm; and an Indian head radiator mascot from a Guy commercial truck, 12cm high (2) £40-60

498 A GROUP OF VARIOUS KEY FOBS and badges for vehicles including Caterham Mini Cooper etc. £30-50

499 A PAIR OF FERRARI CUFFLINKS in a case together with a spirit flask applied with a Bentley badge and a cigarette case, also a Shell Motor Sprirt cast plaque (5) £30-50

500 A PEN AND INK WORKING DRAWING by Caproni Vizzola, of an autobus, the drawing dated 30/1/48, 43cm x 69cm together with a further working drawing of an autobus by the same draughtsman dated 12/5/50, 33cm x 51cm (2) £150-250

501 A FRENCH ART DECO ADVERTISEMENT for a Delage Automobile 36cm x 27cm together with a further Delage advertisement (2) £40-60

502 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY ADVERTISEMENT for a ten horse power Citroen automobile 36.5cm x 29cm together with a further Citroen advertisement (2) £40-60

503 AFTER COLIN GEORGE, a nickel plated car mascot representing Icarus with artists signature and foundry mark, and stamped ‘made in France’, numbered 3295 and with ‘Finnigans-London’ to the front and later mounted on a marble stand, 17.5cm high overall £600-800

504 A 1” SCALE ‘MINNIE’ TRACTION ENGINE, 46cm long x 30cm high £300-500

505 A JOSEPH LUCAS LTD., ‘NO 40 OILER’ 11.5cm high overall £50-80

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497 LEPRECHAUN BRASS CAR MASCOT 7.5cm high together with a Royal Automobile Association badge (2) £40-60

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506 AN OLD PETROLEUM SPIRIT CANISTER 24cm wide, a further petrol canister and a grease gun (3) £30-50

507 A 1980’S SINCLAIR C5 £200-300

508 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY AMANCO ‘HIRED MAN’ 2 1/4HP STATIONARY ENGINE on wheeled trolley £500-800

509 AN AUTOMATIC LONDON TICKET DISPENSER, a railway lantern, an enamel sign, a ticket bag and vintage ticket clippers £100-150

510 DAVID LANGFORD (LATE 20TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL) ‘Moss and Jenks, winning the 1955 Mille Miglia in the Mercedes Benz 300 SLR’, watercolour, signed lower right, 17cm x 28cm £250-350

511 DAVID LANGFORD (EARLY 21ST CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL) ‘Mike Hawthorn, D Type Jaguar at Silverstone in 1955’, watercolour and gouache, signed lower right, 26cm x 38cm £250-350

512 TWO LATE 20TH CENTURY MICHELIN ENAMEL SIGNS 80cm x 60cm (2) £60-80

513 FOUR VINTAGE SIGNALMAN FLAGS of various sizes (4) £50-80

514 A SESTREL HAND HELD COMPASS, stamped Henry Browne & Son, 25cm high with fitted case together with a box of magic lantern slides (2) £30-50

515 TWO BRASS AND COPPER FIRE HOSE NOZZLES, one by Merryweather of London, 54cm (2) £60-80

516 A BOOK ‘THE MODERN MOTORCAR’, an advertising booklet by The Shell Motor Co., with sections through motorcars, engines etc. within together with a motorist’s pocket book c.1931 (2) £50-80

517 A GROUP OF VARIOUS FRAMED JIGSAWS and automobile related adverts, the largest approximately 47cm wide (16) £50-80

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518 AN ALBUM OF APPROXIMATELY 200 POSTCARDS showing various 19th Century and later steam locomotives £80-120

519 A SMITH’S AUTOMOBILE TIMEPIECE with black dial 8.5cm diameter and a further Smith’s timepiece (2) £30-50

520 A WALL MOUNTED RED PAINTED GARAGE ‘PRESETAIR’ METER, the dial showing pounds per square inch, 24cm wide £40-60

521 SMITHS OF LONDON AUTOMOBILE TIMEPIECE, the silvered dial with Arabic numerals, 9cm diameter £40-60

522 A ROYAL AUTOMOBILE CLUB ASSOCIATE CAR MASCOT, stamped B43, 11cm in height £30-50

523 A BENTLEY S TYPE SILVER CLOUD WORKSHOP MANUAL, a Rolls Royce Enthusiasts Club 2013 year book, four further Rolls Royce books, a Bentley oil filter adapter and a chauffeur driver’s hat and tie £40-60

524 AN OLD FORD MODEL T TIN PLATE CAR, 17cm wide; a McCormick Distilling Company Henry Ford decanter and a quantity of Model T bearings £30-50

525 TWO LUCAS HEADLAMPS each 18cm diameter, a Lucas no. 624 Road King brass lantern, 26cm in height; and a novelty decanter £30-50

526 A MID 20TH CENTURY BREXTON AUTOMOBILE TRAVELLING CASE with three interior cases, overall 94cm wide £30-50

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527 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY METAL CABINET OF 34 DRAWERS, some still containing tools, nuts, bolts etc, 64cm x 166cm £200-300

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528 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY METAL CABINET OF 28 DRAWERS, some containing tools, nuts, bolts, washers etc, 64cm x 139cm £150-250

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540 A SELECTION OF SILVER GB PROOF COINS including a £2 coin (10) £60-80

541 A LARGE COLLECTION OF VARIOUS BOXED PIANOLA ROLLS including ‘A Little bit of Heaven’ minuet, ‘Moonlight’ etc. £50-80

542 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY KEYBOARD ORGAN in carrying box 72cm £50-80

543 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY TABLE TOP CHAMBER ORGAN with ten tunes on a barrel 44cm x 41cm x 23cm £40-60

544 A DISC MUSICAL BOX with a large assortment of discs £80-120

545 A STAUNTON CHESS SET in a wooden box £30-50

546 A PAIR OF VINTAGE WHITBREAD ADVERTISING FIGURES, 41cm high £40-60

547 A STAINED PINE MINIATURE TABLE TOP CABINET fitted with frieze drawer and contents therein including a possibly amber cheroot holder, meerschaum pipe, cigarette lighter etc. £60-80

548 TWO EARLY 20TH CENTURY STRAW FILLED PUSH ALONG TOYS on red painted frames (2), the tallest 61cm high £40-60

549 TWELVE VINTAGE CARDBOARD ‘POP OUT’ CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS £40-60

551 ‘HAVE A CAPSTAN’ YELLOW ENAMELLED ADVERTISING SIGN, 44cm wide £30-50

552 A CASSINI’S MODEL PAPER GLOBE, in original packing and unused together with a small group of ephemera to include JCB publicity literature £40-60

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553 A COLLECTION ON ANTIQUE AND LATER SPECTACLES £20-40

554 A TELESCOPIC BOOK VIEWER OF THE GREAT EXHIBITION 1851 £80-120

555 FIVE VINTAGE LEDGERS OR CASH BOOKS (5) £60-80

556 AN OLD BRASS AND WOOD FISHING REEL together with a split cane fishing rod by Alcock & Co. Ltd., and a group of seven carpentry moulding planes (9) £60-80

557 A GROUP OF VARIOUS EARLY 20TH CENTURY POSTCARDS and other ephemera £30-50 558 AN ALBUM OF VICTORIAN AND LATER STAMPS together with a book on the Triangular stamps of Cape of Good Hope by Stevenson (2) £60-80 556

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560 A MAZDA DISNEY LIGHTS FANTASIA SET in original box 42cm x 24cm £30-60

561 AN OLD FULL ZEBRA HIDE RUG 276cm nose to tail x 156cm wide £500-800

562 AN OLD ZEBRA HIDE HANDBAG 48cm wide £50-80

563 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY LOBSTER CLAW from a 6.5lb lobster 21cm in height together with a Venezuelan preserved piranha (2) £20-40

564 AN EARLY TO MID 20TH CENTURY TAXIDERMIC GREY SQUIRREL in a glass case and a taxidermic rodent in a glass dome (2) £50-80

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559 A GROUP OF COLLECTABLE ITEMS to include painted Scandinavian cast metal soldiers, a military compass in canvas case, a car mascot etc. £80-120

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565 A TAXIDERMIC ROE DEER HEAD and a pair of cow horns 81cm wide £60-80

566 AN ANTIQUE TAXIDERMIC BARN OWL in a glazed case, the case 23cm x 44cm £100-200

567 AN OLD TAXIDERMIC MONGOOSE and snake in a glazed case, the case 38cm x 34cm £100-200

568 A COLLECTION OF EARLY 20TH CENTURY AND LATER MATCHBOX COVERS £20-40

569 A J.H.HAWORTH & CO SPECIALIST IN PUB RENOVATION RAMSBOTTOM PAINTED WOODEN ADVERTISING SIGN, 75cm x 91cm £50-80

570 TWO 20TH CENTURY ENAMEL SIGNS one reading ‘Private No Footpath’ and the other ‘The Beggars Verse’ (2) £60-100

571 TWO WICKER FISHING HAMPERS and contents therein including fishing flies, reels, tackle, bait etc £100-150

572 A VERSE BOARD READING ‘good friend around this hearthstone speak no evil word of any creature’ 115cm £25-50

573 A SMALL SELECTION OF GB AND WORLD POSTAGE STAMPS including various albums £80-120

576 AN EIGHT POINT SET OF ANTLERS on oak armorial shield 42cm £100-120

577 A THIRTEEN POINT SET OF ANTLERS on oak shield 43cm £120-150 575 TWO OLD BIRCH BARK MINIATURE CANOES, miniature bow and arrow and quiver, a possibly ancient clay whistle, tesserae from ‘the house of Caiaphas’, and a miniature Chinese carved wooden table £50-100

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574 A LARGE COLLECTION OF EDWARDIAN AND LATER MAGIC TRICKS to include ‘The Demon Series’, together with an old puppet show and various rubber puppets £100-200


578 A GROUP OF PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS containing photos relating to the launch of various British Petroleum ships having been manufactured in Italy to include the S S British Star, 1958, and S S British Light, 1958 £50-80

579 A HAND PAINTED FOLDING WOODEN TRIPOD £40-60

580 TWO ANTIQUE FLAGS including Union Jack and French flag (2) £50-80

581 A GROUP OF VARIOUS OLD HICKORY SHAFT AND OTHER GOLF CLUBS to include an Alex Aitken Mashie Niblick and others £30-50

582 A SOUTHERN BRITISH RAILWAYS 1962 PASSENGER SERVICE TIMETABLE BOOK and a selection of London Transport trolley bus and tram maps from 1950’s onwards £80-120

583 A SELECTION OF VINTAGE TOOLS including miniature worktop vice, augers, kitchen bygones etc £30-50

584 A VINTAGE SUITCASE containing Anton baking moulds £40-60

585 A COLLECTION OF VICTORIAN AND LATER STAMPS and a group of postcards £40-60 586 A CHARLES II CROWN dated 1662 later scratched ‘John Thomas, November 1757’ £40-60 584

589 AN ALBUM OF VARIOUS COINS together with further decimal and pre decimal coinage, proof sets, crowns etc. £80-120

590 A COLLECTION OF PENKNIVES to include two antique hoof pick penknives, a 1953 military penknife etc. £30-50

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587 AN ALBUM OF VARIOUS PRE DECIMAL BANK NOTES mainly British to include £1 notes, £5 notes, £10 notes, ten shilling notes, a five thousand rouble bank note of 1919, further foreign world bank notes £100-200

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588 A GEORGIAN BRISTOL BULLION BANK £1 NOTE issued on 3rd January 1825 together with a white £5 note circa 1949 issued by Chief cashier Beale No. 45 07443 (2) £80-120

591 A QUANTITY OF POSTCARDS £20-40

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592 AN OLD STAMP ALBUM £30-50

593 A BREWERS RULE together with a Customs Officer’s proof rule or calculator, a Hezzanith fields rule, a Rooke’s patent delineator, further treen rules etc. £80-120

594 A GROUP OF EIGHT VARIOUS BISCUIT TINS for McFarlane, Huntley & Palmers etc. (8) £60-80

595 A GROUP OF VARIOUS METAL ADVERTISING ITEMS shoe horns, car badges etc. £30-50

596 A LARGE COLLECTION OF VARIOUS ADVERTISING TINS £80-120

597 A GROUP OF APPROXIMATELY THIRTY SIX MINIATURE ADVERTISING TINS £80-120

598 A BOX OF ADVERTISING ITEMS a mustard pot, funnel, spoons, etc., £50-80

599 A COLLECTION OF VARIOUS SOUVENIR PAPERWEIGHTS , 19th Century and later £80-120

600 A QUANTITY OF VARIOUS ADVERTISING ITEMS pots lids, tin ashtray, brushes etc. £60-80

601 A GROUP OF SEVEN ANTIQUE RIDING CROPS to include one by Swaine & Co., (7) £80-120

602 A GROUP OF VARIOUS ADVERTISING ITEMS pen nibs on a board etc. £30-50

603 FIVE VARIOUS 19TH CENTURY AND LATER ADVERTISING RULERS and page turners (5) £30-50

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605 A COLLECTION OF ANTIQUE STEEL SCISSORS £30-50

606 AN ALABASTER VIEWER depicting Crystal Palace 14cm high £20-40

607 A VICTORIAN FAMILY PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM with views in the UK and abroad, further 19th Century photographs together with a daguerreotype £80-120

608 AN ALBUM of early 20th Century postcards, a small collection of greetings cards and a further album of uncut postcards £80-120

609 A GROUP OF VINTAGE FOUNTAIN PENS £30-50

610 A QUANTITY OF VICTORIA AND LATER RELATED EPHEMERA an early photograph of King Edward etc., £40-60

611 AN OLD CARNIELLI SKIFF ‘VOGATORE’ ROWING MACHINE with Monaco 1972 Olympic sticker 120cm long overall £70-90

612 A 1992 BARCELONA OLYMPIC TORCH 65cm long £200-400

613 A 1950’S GIRL GUIDES BLOUSE with badges £30-50

614 TWO FIRST EDITION IAN FLEMING BOOKS, ‘Goldfinger’ and ‘Moonraker’ £40-60

615 A LARGE QUANTITY OF EPHEMERA and other items to include postcards, souvenir albums, a 1952 copy of Wisdom, Victory jigsaw puzzle, First Day covers and further postcards etc. £30-50

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604 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY BOYS OWN MAGAZINE, a Royal Opera House, Covent Garden Programme, featuring Anna Pavlova, further programmes and old brochures and catalogues £30-50

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616 A COLLECTION OF EARLY 20TH CENTURY AND LATER SIGNED CRICKET BATS £100-200

617 A PAINTED WOODEN CRICKET ADVERTISING PANEL depicting famous cricketers, 31cm x 185cm; a group of Players cigarette cards depicting 1930’s cricketers; and a 19th century mahogany glazed display cabinet with a signed cricket bat £50-100

618 A COLLECTION OF 1960’S, 1970’S AND 1980’S WISDEN CRICKETERS ALMANACS £80-120

620 FOUR ALBUMS OF VARIOUS ORANGE WRAPPINGS £30-50 621 A COLLECTION OF CD’S RELATING TO THE GRATEFUL DEAD including ‘From The Vault’, ‘New Rider of the Purple Sage’ the movie and the soundtrack £150-250 619 A COLLECTION OF SMALL SIGNATURE CRICKET BATS with various signatures and cricket balls £30-50 621

622 A LARGE COLLECTION OF BOOKS RELATING TO THE GRATEFUL DEAD including ‘The Art of Rock’ signed edition and others £100-150

623 A LARGE SELECTION OF BOOKS RELATING TO THE GRATEFUL DEAD and a volume called ‘The Unsophisticated Arts’ £80-120

624 A SMALL GROUP OF MID 20TH CENTURY LP RECORDS to include Oscar Peterson plays Cole Porter and others £30-50

625 TWO 1980’S QUAD FILM POSTERS, Jackie Chan in ‘The Big Brawl’ 76cm x 101cm and National Lampoons Vacation, 76cm x 101cm £50-80

626 A COLLECTION OF CECIL B DEMILLES PRODUCTION OF ‘THE TEN COMMANDANTS’, ephemera to include a film poster, the music on vinyl, original film cells etc £100-200

627 AN ORIGINAL 1980’S QUAD FILM POSTER ‘AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON’, 76cm x 101cm £100-200

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628 A 1980’S QUAD FILM POSTER ‘ESCAPE FROM NEW YORK’, 76cm x 101cm £80-120

629 A COLLECTION OF 20 FILM POSTERS to include ‘Anaconda’, ‘The Rain Maker’, ‘George of the Jungle’, ‘Jurassic Park’, ‘The Lost World’, ‘The Mighty’ etc £80-120

630 TWENTY ROLLED FILM POSTERS to include ‘Spice World - The Movie’, ‘Titanic’, ‘As Good As It Gets’, ‘Little Voice’, ‘Spawn’, ‘Sixth Sense’ etc £80-120

631 TWENTY THREE ROLLED FILM POSTERS to include ‘Face off’, ‘Mighty Joe Young’, ‘Mars Attacks’, ‘Jurassic Park - The Lost World’ etc £80-120

632 BEATLES WHITE ALBUM numbered 0581648 inscribed to John and signed by Anthony C Lester and The Beatles, signatures obtained by a cousin of the vendor who worked as a “Roadie” and on security for the Beatles. Black inners no inserts. £300-500

633 A COLLECTION OF BEATLES RECORDS to include: With The Beatles, (both mono and stereo), Rubber soul, Help, Please Please Me, Beatles For Sale, The Beatles 1962-66 (red vinyl Ltd. Edition) (17) £200-300

635 A MIXED COLLECTION OF LP’S mainly 80’s but include Rolling Stones, Big Hits, (High Tide and Green Grass) Big Hits, Vol 2 Through the Past Darkly, Fleetwood Mac and Dire Straits, approximately 125 £100-150

636 A COLLECTION OF 24 ELVIS PRESLEY LPS to include Elvis’ Golden Records, Elvis fro Everyone, Elvis is Back, Flaming Star and Summer Kisses, all mono £100-150

661 TWO CARPENTER MADE MARIONETTES £40-60

662 A MID 20TH CENTURY CHAD VALLEY TEDDY BEAR with watch and seven others (8) £40-60

634 A COLLECTION OF APPROXIMATELY 35 LP’S, to include Rolling Stones, Let it Bleed and Beggars Banquet (Pax label), Pink Floyd, UmmaGumma, Atom Heart Mother, Bob Dylan, Nashville Skyline, Times They are a Changin, Blonde on Blonde Live at Budokan with inserts. £150-200

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660 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY HAND PAINTED RED CHILD’S TROLLEY £50-80

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663 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY STEIFF MOHAIR TEDDY BEAR with leather collar and button to right ear, 55cm (with repairs) £300-500

664 A BOXED BAYKO NO. 2 BUILDING SET, a vintage boxed Merritt chemistry set, jigsaw puzzles, Arnold German toy car etc £30-50

665 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY JAPANESE MINIATURE DOLL with glass eyes and hand made Kimono 10cm £60-80

666 A SELECTION OF 20TH CENTURY MINIATURE DOLLS including German Minerva example with knitted clothes and a discoloured doll with glass eyes (8) £60-80

667 A SELECTION OF LATE 19TH AND EARLY 20TH CENTURY BISQUE HEADED DOLLS including Armand Marseille examples (6) £40-60

668 A MID 20TH CENTURY NORA WELLINGS FELT DOLL, a mohair teddy bear and a Chad Valley sheep (3) £50-80

669 A LATE 19TH CENTURY FRENCH BISQUE HEADED AUTOMATON DOLL (AF), 40cm high £60-80

670 A GROUP OF OLD JIGSAW PUZZLES £40-60

671 A VICTORIAN TOY ‘AN OPTIC WONDER’ together with a further box of related shapes, a cycling game, a celluloid bear, a patented walking elephant toy and other items £60-80

672 AN EARLY STEIFF PLUSH TEDDY BEAR 23cm high together with an antique pull along horse toy (2) £80-120

673 A QUANTITY OF VARIOUS COMIC ANNUALS £30-50

674 A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH TOY in the form of a Rabbit appearing out from a lettuce 7cm high together with an automaton cat, a chick with nodding head and a small horse (4) £80-120

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675 A GROUP OF TREEN SPINNING TOPS, puzzles, magic tricks etc., £50-80

678 AN OLD HAND MADE CATAMARAN POND YACHT 94cm long £80-120

676 A GROUP OF FOUR VICTORIAN MINIATURE PORCELAIN DOLLS ranging in size from 15cm to 3cm (4) £50-80

679 AN OLD GREEN AND RED PAINTED POND YACHT 75cm long £60-80

677 AN ANTIQUE GREEN PAINTED COOPERED BATHYSCOPE 34cm high £30-50

680 AN OLD ‘HANCOR’ ELASTIC BAND POWERED HURRICANE AEROPLANE in original box (propeller lacking) 32cm long £30-50

682 A GREEN AND BLUE PAINTED HAND POWERED TRICYCLE 110cm long £150-250

683 A FORTNUM & MASON LEATHER CASED BACKGAMMON SET by Jaques, the case 37cm wide £80-120 681 A LINE CONTROL AEROPLANE with AM motor 59cm long £40-60 682

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684 A JOHILLCO 1937 CORONATION SET in original box £100-200

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685 A SELECTION OF MAINLY MATCHBOX, CORGI AND DINKY DIE CAST CARS AND VANS £50-80

686 A SELECTION OF DINKY, MATCHBOX, CORGI DIE CAST VEHICLES including caravans, trailers, army vehicles, cars etc £50-80

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687 A SELECTION OF MAINLY DINKY AND MATCHBOX CARS, forklift trucks, lorries etc £40-60

688 A BOXED CORGI TOYS CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG CAR, model number 266 £40-60

689 A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF DINKY, CORGI, MATCHBOX DIE CAST VEHICLES ETC including a boxed Dinky car transporter £50-100

690 A SELECTION OF RARE DIE CAST MODEL VEHICLES including Dinky, Corgi, Tekno etc £80-120

691 A MECCANO MOTOR CAR CONSTRUCTION PART SET £40-60

692 THREE DINKY DUNLOP TYPES ADVERTISING BUSSES, wheel rack etc £60-100

693 A SELECTION OF DINKY AND CORGI DIE CAST MODEL CARS FROM FILMS, scratch built highway pioneers kit, leather headed doll etc £50-100

694 A TRIANG NO.2 TIN PLATE TRACTOR a selection of Britains lead farm animals and horse drawn cart and two SFBJ French bisque headed dolls £50-100

695 A TAXIDERMY AND PAPIER MACHE MINIATURE HORSE MODEL on plinth 18cm x 17cm £30-50

697 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY FOLDING BAGATELLE BOARD with brass mounted corners, the interior with blue felt lining, 46cm wide x 182cm long overall when open £100-200

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696 A SMALL COLLECTION OF HORNBY MECCANO TIN PLATED TRAINS and various carriages and track, a possibly German, scratch built locomotive and a boxed Minibrix building set £100-150

698 A QUANTITY OF HORNBY O GAUGE RAILWAY TRACK, tin plate locomotives, tenders etc £80-120


700 A MID 20TH CENTURY STEAM POWERED MODEL MOTORBOAT with wooden hull, 78cm long £80-120

701 A QUANTITY OF HORNBY ‘OO’ AND TRIANG trains, locomotives and carriages including a mineral wagon transporter £80-120

702 AN ARMAND MARSEILLE GERMAN BISQUE HEADED DOLL 46cm approximately £80-120

703 A BOWMAN STEAM LOCOMOTIVE model number 234 and two Bowman LMS coaches model number 550 with a small selection of track £250-350

704 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY FRENCH S.F.B.J DOLL, the bisque head marked ‘Paris No.10’, overall 60cm in height £150-250

705 A PEDAL CAR in the form of a vintage MG, 76cm in length £50-100

706 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY BRITAINS LEAD CORONATION COACH and a selection of Queen’s Guard and cavalry figures £40-60

707 A SELECTION OF 20TH CENTURY BRITAINS LEAD FIGURES including soldiers on horseback, Scottish Highland figures and World War I Infirmary Soldiers, the figures mounted on perspex bases £60-100

708 A REPRODUCTION MINIC TIN PLATE CLOCKWORK TAXI in box together with a reproduction Schuco tin car (2) £40-60

709 A CHARLIE WEAVER BAR TENDER TOY FIGURE and a painted carved wooden jockey, 40cm in height (2) £20-40

710 A MID 20TH CENTURY STEIFF MONKEY, 37cm in length and a smaller stuffed toy in the form of a monkey (2) £100-200

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699 A BOX OF DIE CAST MODEL CARS including Matchbox and Corgi, vintage Action Man and boxed Tommy Gunn, board games, lead soldiers etc £80-120

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711 A PAINTED ROCKING HORSE, 167cm long x 127cm high £80-120

712 A 20TH CENTURY DAPPLE GREY ROCKING HORSE on a pine support by J Collinson, 123cm long x 96cm high £150-250

713 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY DAPPLE GREY PAINTED ROCKING HORSE on a grey painted stand, 108cm long x 101cm high £200-400

714 A LATE 20TH CENTURY DAPPLE GREY PAINTED ROCKING HORSE on a slatted rocker, 141cm wide x 87cm high £100-200

715 A WHITE ROCKING HORSE, 142cm long x 66cm high £80-120

716 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY GERMAN BING PLUSH MINIATURE TEDDY BEAR with articulated limbs and label on his arm 10.5cm long £100-200

718 A SELECTION OF DIE CAST MODEL VEHICLES including full boxed Dinky Toy Military vehicles, a car transporter No. 582, coaches, buses etc. (play worn) £100-150

717 FOUR BOXED DINKY SUPERTOY MODELS including a Foden flat truck in red, a fire engine, Big Bedford van and Auclid truck (4) £80-120

719 A BOXED HORNBY TRAIN SET AND TRACK by Meccano in original box with a selection of accessories in original boxes £100-150

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721 A 1930’S CHAD VALLEY DOLL with original clothing, 35cm high £40-60

722 A HORNBY ‘O’ GAUGE SNOW PLOUGH together with a caboose box (2) £20-40

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720 A ROY COOPER PENNY FARTHING BICYCLE 97cm in height £70-90


723 A HORNBY ‘O’ GAUGE TRAIN SET with part LNER tank locomotive and various wagons, accessories and track, some in original boxes £100-200

724 AN EARLY TO MID 20TH CENTURY MOHAIR TEDDY BEAR, 30cm £30-50

725 A SELECTION OF BRITAINS AND OTHER GERMAN LEAD FIGURES including farm animals, African and Egyptian animals and figures in a Chubb deed box and a Chad Valley toy £40-80

727 A BLUE MOHAIR STRAW FILLED TEDDY BEAR with growler and two other 1950’s teddy bears (3) £50-100

728 A SMALL COLLECTION OF MID 20TH CENTURY HAND MADE DOLLS HOUSE FURNITURE, painted metal bathroom set and dolls £35-50 726 A GERMAN TIN PLATE CLOCKWORK CAR 25cm £50-80 727

729 A BOXED HORNBY FLYING SCOTSMAN, complete with keys and additional lamps, 28cm; a boxed Hornby tank wagon ‘Colas’ (2) £100-150

730 A DIE CAST PAINTED HORNBY LOCOMOTIVE and a Hornby tender (not a matching pair) £80-120

731 A SELECTION OF BRITAINS LEAD FARM YARD ANIMALS and accessories including a boxed farm horse and cart number 40F £50-80

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732 A BOXED WILESCO LIMITED STEAM ENGINE MODEL with accessories £30-60

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733 A BOXED TRIX ‘MANY WAYS’ STATION SET £40-60

734 A SELECTION OF HORNBY TIN PLATE TRAINS and a small selection of Hornby track, a Tri-ang railways turntable set and assorted railway accessories £100-150

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735 A HORNBY SERIES A898 NO.13 HALLS DISTEMPER ADVERTISEMENT FIGURES in original box £60-80

736 A CHAD VALLEY CHILDREN’S PROJECTOR in original box, 44cm x 28cm £20-50

737 A GROUP OF VARIOUS BRITAINS LIMITED CAST FIELD GUNS together with a group of lead soldier moulds £80-120

738 A LARGE SELECTION OF MID TO LATE 20TH CENTURY TOYS including plastic soldiers, farm animals and landscapes £40-60

739 A SMALL COLLECTION OF BRITAINS HANDPAINTED NATIVE AMERICAN WARRIORS FARM ANIMALS, farm vehicles, farmyard characters etc £100-200

740 A COLLECTION OF BRITAINS AND OTHER HAND PAINTED LEAD ANIMALS, figures, buildings etc £40-80

742 A HORNBY DUBLO ‘SILVER KING’ TRAIN SET EDP 15 together with further accessories and a small group of lead soldiers £80-120

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741 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY HAND PAINTED CHILD’S TROLLEY 84cm x 48cm £50-80


BIDDING FOR THE BULLER Original oil of Bullingdon Club photo for auction in university city of Oxford was commissioned by Michael Crick at BBC to evade copyright law

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painting of the notorious Bullingdon Club ‘class of ’87’ photo, used by the BBC and other news media to evade copyright law, comes to auction in December. Oxford saleroom Mallams expect the original oil showing David Cameron and Boris Johnson as members of the elitist Oxford University dining club to attract bids in excess of £5000.

It showed the future Prime Minister and the future Mayor of London posing cocksure in tails and yellow waistcoats on the steps of Christ Church College among members of ‘the Buller’. Cameron later described it as ‘desperately embarrassing’.

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BBC Newsnight were keen to show the image but Gilman and Soame, the Oxford portrait photographers who hold the copyright, announced that ‘for commercial reasons’ the media would no longer be The story of The Bullingdon Club Painting by Oxfordbased artist Rona begins in February 2007, shortly after given permission to reproduce it. It was then that mischievous political journalist the photo was first published in The Mail on Sunday. Michael Crick came up with a suitable alternative.

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“I am not political at all but loved the image and it was similar to other work I’ve done. The subjects seemed to exude confidence and entitlement, despite their youth. In under 24 hours I finished the painting and the crew arrived around noon the next day to begin filming. “I thought that was it, until Newsnight then asked to have the painting in the studio that night (March 1). I agreed only if I could go with it and was whisked to London with the wet painting lying in the back of a car.” On the show, Crick described the picture as ‘an artistic alternative to the photo that legally we’re no longer permitted to broadcast’.

Paid a small fee for her services, Rona later got to keep the picture. The BBC have contacted her periodically over the past decade whenever they wished to use the image. It has also been used by newspapers such as The Times, The Independent and The Observer - in addition to proving a popular subject for a tea towel. The artist has sold more than 400 of them and will retain the right to reproduce the image after the painting is sold on December 8.

Opposite: The Bullingdon Club Painting by Rona, oil on canvas, 3ft x 4ft (91cm x 1.22m). It carries an estimate of £5000-7000 at Mallams in Oxford on December 8. Below: Oxford artist Rona pictured alongside the painting, shortly after its completion in 2007.

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Rona recalls: “I was approached by Michael Crick on February 28 to paint, in great haste, a likeness of the Bullingdon Club portrait - one that the BBC could use in place of the photograph. I happened to have a 3ft x 4ft canvas primed and ready to use in my studio in Oxford, so I began that night.


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Sculptures from the 18th and the 21st centuries shone at the October 10-11 House and Garden auction at Mallams’ saleroom in Abingdon. Made more than 250 years apart, both EURXJKWLPSUHVVLYHðYHðJXUHVXPV The Oxfordshire saleroom now hold the auction record for a work by the Yorkshire solicitor-turned-sculptor Simon Gudgeon. The monumental patinated bronze bird WLWOHG,VLV*RGGHVVRI1DWXUHZDVðUVW unveiled in Hyde Park in 2008. One thousand plaques applied to the base were sold to donors at £1000 each, as a way of funding the park’s nature study centre. Other casts of Isis are at Prince Charles’ Highgrove House in Gloucestershire and the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Wyoming in the United States where Gudgeon has developed a strong following. Mallams’ 2.08m bronze, raised on a polished marble plinth, was number one of a series nine produced for the Mayfair GHDOHUVKLS+DOF\RQ*DOOHU\DQGWKHðUVWWR reappear on the market since the edition sold out in 2009. It sold at £70,000 (plus buyer’s premium).

Equally recognisable in its own way was DQWKFHQWXU\OHDGðJXUHRIDOLIHVL]H classical semi-nude woman emblematic of Summer. Standing 1.85m high on a stepped stone plinth, she holds one arm outstretched with a blazing sun headpiece positioned above her forehead. It was in the manner of the English sculptor John Cheere (1709-87) who ran a thriving business in Kensington producing KLJKTXDOLW\OHDGðJXUHVIRUWKHJDUGHQVRI the British aristocracy during the 1740s and 1750s. Doubtless once part of a spectacular VHWRIIRXUðJXUHVHPEOHPDWLFRIWKH6HDVRQV she sold at £19,500. Blending modern and traditional and both indoor and outdoor furnishings, the twiceyearly House and Garden sales in Abingdon overseen by director Henry Cooke are unlike any other auction in the Mallams calendar. A place where professional interior decorators rub shoulders with home IXUQLVKHUVWKLVZDVWKHVDOHWRðQGSHULRG classics like an early 20th century upholstered armchair by Howard and Sons (£2800) or an impressive 4.8m oak refectory table c.1900 with cleated ends and three heavy x-shaped

supports (£3800). Quirky decorative objects also found a ready market with a taxidermy kiwi mounted in an oak and glass case sold at £1100 and an Edwardian tournament croquet set in pine box by Slazenger & Son bringing £300.

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Any indulgence extended to bidders buyers or sellers by us notwithstanding the strict terms of these Conditions or of the Terms of Consignment shall affect the position at the relevant time only and in respect of that particular concession only; in all other respects these Conditions shall be construed as having full force and effect. 21. English law applies to the interpretation of these Conditions. ENDANGERED SPECIES LAWS Due to international laws, any item on the Endangered species list (i.e. Ivory, Rhino horn etc.), whether it dates from the 18th/19th Century or the 1930s, requires re-export permits for bidders outside the EU (CITES). Some countries also require import permits as well and all permits must be in place prior to shipment. Mallams cannot be held liable if a purchaser buys a lot that comes within this field and then import/export licences cannot be arranged. Certain countries, particularly the USA, have their own Endangered Species Act (USESA) and possession or being involved in a commercial transaction with any item on this list can be an offence for a US resident. Therefore, it is the potential buyers responsibility to check Federal regulations before bidding for a lot, which comes under these or similar regulations. Please note no license is required to sell or advertise within the EU if items are pre-1947. ONLINE BIDDING Mallams Fine Art Auctioneers offer an online bidding service via the-saleroom.com for bidders who cannot attend the sale. In completing the bidder registration on www.the-saleroom.com and providing your credit card details and unless alternative arrangements are agreed with Mallams Fine Art Auctioneers, you: 1. authorise Mallams Fine Art auctioneers, if they so wish, to charge the credit card given in part or full payment, including all fees, for items successfully purchased in the auction via the-saleroom.com, and 2. confirm that you are authorised to provide these credit card details to Mallams Fine Art Auctioneers through www.the-saleroom.com and agree that Mallams Fine art Auctioneers are entitled to ship the goods to the card holder name and card holder address provided in fulfilment of the sale. Please note that any lots purchased via the-saleroom.com live auction service will be subject to an additional 3% commission charge + VAT at the rate imposed on the hammer price.


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Mallams

Mallams

To include the Thomas & Greta Schuster ‘Alice in Wonderland’ Collection.

DESIGN

We invite entries by Oxford Authors, Poets, Artists & Photographers who have a relevant connection, for example:

STUDIO CERAMICS 8 December 2016 OXFORD

MODERN BRITISH POST-WAR ART 9 December 2016 OXFORD

The Oxford Authors Sale 8 February 2017 Literature • Poetry •Photography

For enquiries please contact Philip Smith on P: 01865 241358 E: philip.smith@mallams.co.uk www.mallams.co.uk

J R R Tolkien Charles L Dodgson C S Lewis Matthew Arnold W H Auden Iris Murdoch Graham Greene Colin Dexter T E Lawrence Henry Taunt Philip Pullman William Morris Oscar Wilde Et al. CLOSING DATE 12TH DECEMBER 2016

mary.lloyd@mallams.co.uk or alicia.rogers@mallams.co.uk or telephone: 01865 241358 www.mallams.co.uk


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FURNITURE, WORKS OF ART AND COLLECTORS’ SALE MONDAY 5 DECEMBER 2016 – ABINGDON

TOYS

AUTOMOBILIA

SILVER

MILITARIA

The Furniture, Works of Art & Collectors' Sale - 5th December 2016 (Mallams Abingdon)  

An Auction of Antiques, Fine Arts, Furniture, Militaria, Coins, Scientific Instruments, Toys, Automobilia, Railwayana & Collectors items!

The Furniture, Works of Art & Collectors' Sale - 5th December 2016 (Mallams Abingdon)  

An Auction of Antiques, Fine Arts, Furniture, Militaria, Coins, Scientific Instruments, Toys, Automobilia, Railwayana & Collectors items!

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