Antiques & Collectables Auction
on Friday 5th October 2018

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1001.   Thos Ibbotson of Sheffield Brass and Mahogany Convex Plane; Moore & Wright, Chesterman, Starrett and other measures, Rodgers tackler knife, razor, etc:- One Tray £40-80
1002.   A Philips Brown Bakelite Radio Type 371 A (sold for spares or repairs only).
£15-25
1003.   Embroidered Sheets, crocheted covers, vintage linen, sewing thread, accessories, purse, etc:- Two Boxes £20-30
1004.   A Rectangular Bevelled Wall Mirror, with canted corners in brass frame. £15-20
1005.   A Ceramic Oriental Gentleman as a Table Lamp, on hardwood base. £15-20
1006.   A Noritake Twelve Setting China Tea Service, gilt decoration and rose heads on a white and cream ground (thirty pieces) and an Ashley china coffee service:- One Box £15-25
1007.   Loose and Cased Plated and Stainless Steel Cutlery, part fitted case of mother of pearl handled fish knives and forks with silver ferrules, etc:- One Box £15-25
1008.   A Metal 'Esso' Wall Sign, 50 x 70cm. £20-30
1009.   A Metal 'Spark Plugs' Wall Sign, 70 x 50cm. £20-30
1010.   Diecast Vehicles, cigarette cards, Parker pen, Ringtons tea money box, etc:- One Box £15-30
1011.   A XIX Century Copper Kettle, XIX Century brass jam pan, brass tankards, Coopers retro radio:- One Box £15-20
1012.   A Late XIX Century Pottery Tea Service, of thirty nine pieces, with gilt highlights to pink and white bands, Dixonian butter dish, bell china, Edwardian tea ware, etc:- One Box £20-40
1013.   A Mid XX Century Oval Mirror, mid 50's Monopoly, circular wall mirror, gilt frame portrait study, camera's, oval picture frame, etc:- One Box £15-25
1014.   Royal Albert 'New Romance' Tea Ware, of twenty two pieces, Aynsley coffee ware, Edwardian tea ware:- One Tray £15-25
1015.   Axes - Hultafors Classic, Gransfors Bruks AB with hickory shaft, another similar. (3) £20-30
1016.   A Mid XIX Century Lithograph By Derby, historic view of Florence and the Arno, 37.5 x 55.5cm, after F. Piranesi 'Dimostraxioni Dell 'Emissario Del Lago Albani print, 29.5 x 62.5 cm. (2) £8-12
1017.   Three Elongated Carved Wall Masks, pipes in rack, communion cups. £15-25
1018.   West Riding Bus Time Tables, 1953, 1962, 1965, 1967, Cammell Lairds, Life at Lairds, Memories of Working Shipyard Men by David Roberts, photographs of West Riding Buses, etc; A XIX Century Map of Wakefield, etc:- One Box £20-25
1019.   Rosenbaum Stainless Steel Cutlery, of approximately seventy three pieces, in original carry case. £30-50
1020.   B & J.S Three Piece Horn Handled Carving Set in Case, three other cases of cutlery, Bladon blow torch. £15-25
1021.   W. Harris, Jazz Band, oil on canvas, signed lower right, 51.5 x 62cm; other watercolours, oils. £15-25
1022.   A Bohemia Crystal Vase, other glassware:- Two Boxes, plus two wall mirrors. £15-20
1023.   A Collection of Over Two Hundred and Fifty 78RPM Records, interesting labels to include Winner, Cinch, Zonophone, Beltona, Curry's, Sterno and more (all circa 1910 - mid 1950's) and a nice collection of scarce Globe-Wernicke record sleeves:- Four Boxes £15-25
1024.   A Windsor 'Spring Meadow' China Tea Service, a pair of Meakin style tureens, mixing bowl, cabinet plate, lemonade set, etc:- Two Boxes £10-20
1025.   Vintage Games, including war-time Monopoly, dominoes etc; plus a boxed 'Bubble ' lamp:- One Box £20-30
1026.   The Barnsley Record, 1854, Felix Farley's Bristol Journal, July 9th 1814, Nottingham Journal, Sat. Sept. 19th 1818 and other XVIII/XIX Century newspapers; The Railway Magazine, Jan. 1908, The Connoisseur magazines, Punch magazines etc:- Two Boxes £10-20
1027.   Cut Glass Fruit Bowls, XIX Century blue and white plate, jug, etc:- One Box £5-10
1028.   The Real Ghostbusters Comics, No's 1 to 160, except 15, 27, 38, 56, 58, 78, 88, 119, 128, 152, 153:- One Box £20-50
1029.   An Electroplated Three Piece Tea Service, E.P.B.M box and cover of heat form and classical decoration, Picquot wares napkin rings, etc:- One Box £15-20
1030.   Eleven Russian Cabinet Plates, for Bradford Exchange:- One Box £15-30
1031.   Old Dutch Pottery and Tiles, Neurdenburg & Racham; Yorkshire Artists; A Short Dictionary by Harry Tumball, Miniatures - Dictionary and Guide by Daphne Foskett:- One Box £10-20
1032.   A White Metal Cigarette Box as a Saloon Car, Chelsea Royal ewer, cheese dish, etc:- One Box £15-25
1033.   A Collection of LP's (over 100) - Jazz, Pop, C & W, M.O.R., Bluegrass themed noted:- Two Boxes and a Case. (3) £15-25
1034.   A Pair of Circa 1950's Vintage Ski's; plus two bamboo poles. £40-50
1035.   A 1930's Trentham Bowl, Chinese jardiniere, glass pedestal dish, other ceramics, camera's, tripod, etc:- Two Boxes £15-25
1036.   Crochet Edge Mats, other linens, John Lewis, Irish linen, etc:- One Box £15-30
1037.   Diecast Vehicles, to include Corgi, Days Gone, Readers Digest, quantity of DVD's:- Two Boxes £15-30
1038.   A Collection of LP's, 78's and 45's - varying genres including John Lee Hooker, Police, Beatles, Elvis (HMV Pop), Cliff Richard (scarcer 78 Living Doll), classical etc. £15-20
1039.   Bonsai Trees, onyx horse head book-ends, glassware, Winton posy vase, Taiwan figures, Lilliput Lane, etc:- Two Boxes and a Regency Fine Arts Merry-go-Round. £15-25
1040.   XX Century Ceramics and Glassware - candlesticks, cake stand, stoneware jug, coffee/tea wares, cow creamers, storage tins:- Two Boxes £10-20
1041.   Royal Doulton 'Berkshire' Table Ware, Czech Brigitta, Wade coffee service, vases, etc:- Two Boxes - plus a boxed tea service. £15-25
1042.   Cake Decoration, by Ernest Schulbe, Maclaren and Sons 1906, Strand magazine 1903, other books, A.B. Foster watercolour:-- One Box £20-40
1043.   Coalport, Wedgwood and Other Plates, Doulton posy, copper plaque - One Box. A XIX Century warming pan with fruitwood hands. A XIX Century woolwork picture. (3) £15-30
1044.   FHS Oak Cased Mantel Clock, Viners four piece tea service, oval tray. £15-25
1045.   A Framed Collage of Golf Memorabilia; plus a 3D effect Beatles picture. £15-25
1046.   Lladro Pekingese Dog, Leonardo Buddy Holly, Capo di Monte, other ceramics:- One Tray £15-25
1047.   Cased Coffee Spoons, other cutlery:- Two Boxes £20-30
1048.   Pendelfin Style Model Dwelling, Aynsley vase, Spode blue and white teawares, cabinet plate, tureen etc:- One Box and three L.S. Lowry colour reproduction prints. (4) £15-20
1049.   Ravenhead Siesta Glassware, bowls, dishes, Colclough, Johnson Bros tea and dinner wares and other ceramics. (Four Boxes) £10-20
1050.   Four Wooden/MDF Based Model Display Cabinets, the largest 24.5cm high, 47cm wide, 33.5cm deep to exterior. £15-30
1051.   A XIX Century Silk and Wool Panel, XIX Century green glass jug, prints etc:- One Box £5-10
1052.   Comics; Beano (with gifts), Beezer, Dandy, etc:- One Box £10-20
1053.   A Large Bolt of Laura Ashley Green and Navy Striped Cotton Fabric, circa 1970; plus two damask type fabric pieces. (3) £5-10
1054.   Assorted Art Deco White Glass Lampshades, all with metal collars etc:- One Box £20-30
1055.   Arnold [James]; The Joyous Wheel, being a collection of observations and experiences during bicycle journeys, 1940 first edition, pub. Hamish Hamilton, no dj; Climbing Guides to the English Lake District, edited by H.M. Kelly, other climbing related and natural history reference books:- One Box £10-20
1056.   W.E Mayer F.R.S.A, 'Marshland & Landscape' watercolour, signed lower left, details verso, 19.5 x 30.5cm; Chinese Wall Mirror, in gilt wooden frame decorated with Greek key and scrolling. (2) £10-20
1057.   A XIX Century Beech Child's Chair, with spindle back, child's sack barrow circa mid XX Century, later dolls cot. (3) £15-25
1058.   Photograpic Interest - Including Praktika L 35mm film SLR camera, Meyer-Optik F2.8 50mm lens, Carl Zeiss Jena DDR Pan Color F1.8 50mm lens, No. 2 Kodak Brownie camera, slide viewer, flash unit, etc. £25-40
1059.   Oxo Cube Tins, McVities and Prices Biscuit Tin, other tins, etc:- One Tray £5-10
1060.   A Pottery Table Lamp, with elephant heads as handles (sold for spares or repairs only).
£15-25
1061.   Seven Model Display Cabinets. £15-30
1062.   An Ernest Twigg Watercolour, M. Pratt oil, prints, miniatures, place mats, etc:- One Box £15-20
1063.   A XIX Century Blue and White Transfer Printed Meat Plate, an Oriental tea service, with painted enamel decoration of prunus blossom on a powder blue ground (one cup missing), a further oriental coffee set and snooker balls:- One Box £10-15
1064.   Vintage Toys - A Boxed circa 1960's Fire Truck, a wooden Noah's Ark, a boxed bowls/darts game, 'King' draughts and small Brimtoy lorry, etc. £20-30
1065.   The 'Playbox' Annuals 1950-1954 (5), The 'Knockout' Annuals 1951-1955. (5) £15-30
1066.   XIX Century Black and White Prints of Portugal, reproduction maps, etc.:- One Box £10-20
1067.   A Twelve Setting Mahogany Cased Set of Tea Knives and Forks, engraved blades and mother or pearl handles, condiments, candelabra, camera's tankard, carving set, etc. (2) £20-30
1068.   The Sutcliffe Gallery Reprinted Photograph's, by Frank Meadow Sutcliffe of Whitby. £10-15
1069.   Tools - Record G clamps, Acorn, Marples chisels, spanners, drill bits etc. in box. £15-30
1070.   An Assortment of Ladies Leather Handbags, including Enny, Lube, Viyella, Jane Shilton etc. £20-30
1071.   A Delft Pottery Tray 'P.Hope, Amsterdam AO 1780", Chinese ginger jar and cover, two pairs of brass candlesticks, wall plaques. £10-20
1072.   Mason's 'Mandalay' Meat Plate, Paragon 'Tree of Kashmir', Imari and other plates, Aynsley 'Wild Tudor' bowl. £15-25
1073.   Colibri Lighter, Viewmaster, marbles, stamps, trade cards, etc:- One Box £15-25
1074.   The Queens Pudding Boiler No. 16, pepperettes, Doune Castle treen bowl, brassware, etc:- One Tray £15-30
1075.   Brass Folding Firescreen, two equestrian and one bird figures. £15-25
1076.   Lace and Embroidered Christening Gowns, crochet mats, oak barley twist lamp. £15-25
1077.   A Viners Hors D'Oeuvres, brass trays, copper planter, brass log bucket, Falcon 'Sandra' bowl, ceramics, etc:- Two Boxes £15-20
1078.   Mason's 'Denmark' Table Pottery, of sixty pieces. £40-80
1079.   A Heavy Brass Three Branch Ceiling Light, four similar twin branch wall lights, shades. £20-40
1080.   A Circa 1930's/40's 'Specto' Projector, in original carry case; plus eight assorted films, possibly of family life in the 1900's. £20-40
1081.   Torquay Ware, Devon silverine coffee set, stoneware hunting jug, glassware:- One Box and Willow Pattern meat plate and tureen. £15-30
1082.   A XIX Century Derby Tureen, (mark on base), Bloor Derby plates, (damage), XIX Century Derby vase cover (damage), etc:- One Tray £10-20
1083.   Malta Convoy, City of Sheffield, State of Emergency 1939, other books, Duke of Norfolk's receipts, sheet music, etc:- One Box £20-30
1084.   Wedgwood 'Beaconsfield' Table Ware, hip flask, Hors d'oevres, etc:- One Box Alan Turnbull, W.Dicenta watercolours and oil. £15-25
1085.   A Brass Snow White and Seven Dwarf Figure Group, candlesticks, clock, bellows, mirror, tankards, etc. diecast vehicles, etc:- Two Boxes £20-30
1086.   A Large Collection of LP's and 78rpm Records:- Four Boxes £10-20
1087.   Chinese Balls, satellite finder kit, knife, awnings, pull up car, companion set, nursery blind. £15-25
1088.   A Quantity of Glassware, 'Autumn Leaves' tableware:- Two Boxes £15-20
1089.   Ian Fleming 'You Only Live Twice' 1964, (2nd impression), hand-cut paper hardback copy of T.E. Lawrence's "Seven Pillars of Wisdom", Penguin and other books, Laurel and Hardy DVD's and gift pack, Cleveland 1971 Soccer Squad busts:- Three Boxes £15-25
1090.   A Collection of Over One Hundred L.P's, Disco, Carpenters, Baez, Abba, etc; NOW! compilation tapes, etc:- Three Boxes £10-20
1091.   Literature: 'The Land of Enchantment' - illustrated by Arthur Rackham, 1907; a collection of over thirty Dornford Yates novels; 'The Complete Scout' and other literature:- Two Boxes £10-20
1092.   Garmin Street PIlot 7200, Mallorca music jewel box, glass inkwell, Sheffield Station Flood 1991 paperweight, white metal box, other collectibles:- One Box £15-30
1093.   A Teenage Mutant Hero Turtle Party Wagon, figures, information cards, Florence Upton print, Mason's RRS discovery plate:- One Box £15-25
1094.   Grindley Cream Petal Dinner Ware, of approximately thirty-five pieces. £15-20
1095.   Crown Devon 'Mattita' Vase, circa 1930's 20cm high, pastoral scene jardiniere, other ceramics:- One Tray £20-40
1096.   A Heavy Metal Mortar and Pestle, copper jardiniere, pair of pottery figure:- One Tray £10-20
1097.   Billy Bunter Interest - Original 1925 and 1940 Greyfriars Holiday Annuals, other Billy Bunter books, early comics, 1950's illustrated London News, Sphere magazines, etc:- One Box £15-25
1098.   A Silver Hallmarked Circular Vesta Case, thimbles, Staunton chess set, cased marbles, dominoes, Mauchline thimble case, etc:- One Tray £15-25
1099.   Midwinter Fine Tableware, tea coffee service:- One Tray £15-20
1100.   A Gonda Waisted Vase, Sowerby style vaseline navette dish, cranberry jug, Regent china ten setting tea service, condiments, etc. £10-20
1101.   An XVIII Hand Coloured Map of 'Darbiensis Darbieshire' (central fold 38 x 39cm) with wax and watercolours by Elaine Busby, prints, marquetry panel, etc. £20-40
1102.   Denby Chevron Table Ware, of approximately forty-one pieces, Spode plate, etc:- One Box £15-25
1103.   XIX Century and Later Decanters, oil lamp, etc:- One Tray £10-15
1104.   A Mixed Lot of Assorted Costume Jewellery, including beads, earrings, bangles, compact mirrors, etc. £15-20
1105.   Early XX Century Wash Jug, Bowl and Chamber Pot, all with rose decoration on a blush ivory ground. £20-30
1106.   Four Engravings, reprint map after John Speede, geological maps, leather casing. £15-25
1107.   Sheffield Literature - 'Sheffield Illustrated' (1884), '158 Picturesque Views of Sheffield and District, Sheffield Blitz, One The Move, Emerging City,e tc:- One Tray £15-25
1108.   Noritake 'Richmond' Tea Ware, of twenty two pieces, other Japanese tea ware, etc. £20-30
1109.   Assorted Glassware, decanters, silver plate etc:- One Tray £20-30
1110.   'ABC of Birmingham' Dress Sword, with steel blade brass hilt, wooden handle, pair of dress short swords. (3) £15-25
1111.   A Royal Albert 'Primrose' Tea Ware, of twenty two pieces, Doulton 'Rondelay' ware:- One Tray £15-25
1112.   Two Victorian Blue and White Graduating Meat Plates, a pair of Cameo ware vases, amethyst ribbed vase, crystal vases, Wedgwood jasperwares, etc:- One Tray £15-20
1113.   After Ulysse Cantagalli, Pair of Pottery Plates, featuring classical scenes of Romulus and Remus, 28.5cm diameter (repaired), Satsuma vases, pair of later cats. £15-30
1114.   Beswick Pottery (with damages) - four horses, fox, dog and others:- One Tray £20-40
1115.   Two 'Empress' Blue and White Meat Plates, Royal Albert 'Val d'Or' and 'Old English Rose' Teaware, Doulton wash jug, Goss William Shakespeare wall pocket, other ceramics. £15-30
1116.   A Glass Water Jug, bon bon dish, glass cake cover, etc:- One Tray £10-15
1117.   Staffordshire Floral Tea Ware, Shorter basket plate, 1930's coffee ware, other pottery, Caithness paperweight, etc. £15-20
1118.   A Quantity of Loose Electroplated Cutlery, toasting fork, etc; (silver hallmarked tea forks and spare ferrules noted):- One Tray £10-20
1119.   Pewter Tankards, rockers salt and pepper, cutlery, hip flasks, chrome cigarette case, etc:- One Box £15-25
1120.   Beswick Pottery Horses, with damages, five:- One Tray £20-40
1121.   A Sheffield Cod Bottle, handkerchief vase, studio dishes, bowls, Limoges 'Piano' trinket, commemorative beakers, etc:- One Tray £15-20
1122.   Tunnicliffe [T.F]: Mereside Chronicle, 1948 first edition, pub Country Life Ltd.; The Atlas of Quails, David Alderton, 1992 T.F.H. Publications, John Gould's Birds of Great Britain, Owls of the Northern Hemisphere, Butterflies and Moths (British) by W. Furneaux, eleven volumes of The New Naturalist and other natural history reference books:- One Box £10-20
1123.   A Plated Tankard, brass candlesticks, onyx dolphin, martingale, pewter beakers, 'Cable' shoe trees, etc:- One Tray £15-25
1124.   Bruce Bairnsfather Jug and (cracked) Teapot Stand, Colclough teaware, Rockingham cup and saucer, etc:- One Tray £15-30
1125.   A Commercial Bar Cork Remover, keys, old shop labels, screws etc:- One Tray £15-25
1126.   Coopercraft Dog, Wade pipe rest, porcelain dolphin, Wood dragon novelty teapot, seal, seated cats, character jugs, etc:- One Tray £10-20
1127.   Edison Phonograph Cylinders, stereoscope viewer and three cards, Sheffield plate candlestick:- One Tray £15-25
1128.   A Circa 1910-20 Four Piece Art Nouveau Style Green Pottery Toilet Jug and Bowl, by Royal Winton. £20-30
1129.   Posh and Friends Figure, eleven Osborne animals, Pendelfin and two continental figurines:- One Tray £20-30
1130.   A "Pianorgan" Mahogany Cased Table Top Organ. £10-15
1131.   White Linens, embroidered, crochet edged, damask, etc:- One Box £15-25
1132.   XIX Century and Later Decanters, three bottle tantalus, etc:- One Tray £10-15
1133.   T.W.Davison of Barnsley Quartz Wristwatches, Hira socket set, tankards, goblets, knives, etc:- One Tray £20-30
1134.   A Beswick Brown Horse, two foals, Poole Delphis dish, Denby 'Burlington dish, Radford jug, Friedel figures, etc:- One Tray £20-30
1135.   Royal Albert 'Old Country Roses' Cake Stand, Carlton Ware circular posy, Lurpak toast rack, Shorter leaf moulded dish, stoneware mug, etc:- One Box £15-25
1136.   1864 Memorial Jug, six Jackfield style teapots, two hot water jugs:- One Box £15-30
1137.   Art Reference Books - Monet, Post Impressionism, J.M.W. Turner, Dynasties, Textile Design, etc:- Two Boxes £20-30
1138.   A Chubb & Sons Metal Strong Box, 37cm wide, with key. £15-30
1139.   Oriental Watercolour on Silk, Prunus Blossom 28 x 32.5cm, a quantity of prints, watercolours, signed photo montage. £8-10
1140.   Twelve Billy Bunter Annuals, various dates from 1973 to 1986. £15-25
1141.   A Leather Collar Box, wooden shoe trees, Metamec mantel clocks, advertising tins, brassware, etc:- One Box £15-20
1142.   A Tilley Lamp, prints, basket, Woods Jug, Doulton plate, etc:- One Box £15-25
1143.   Edwardian Undergarments, gloves, wallet, etc:- in two cases. £15-25
1144.   A XIX Century Copper and Fruitwood Warming Pan, plated ware:- One Box £15-20
1145.   A Large Collection (Over 150) L.P's, including Elvis, Ultravox, Dubliners, Sixties, etc; together with 45rpm's:- Three Boxes £15-30
1146.   Sunday at Home 1905, Greyfriars Holiday Annual 1934, Work 1892-3, Britannia's Bulwarks, The Gunfounders of England, Sweet Nature, Needham's of Stockport Castings Booklet, etc:- Two Boxes £20-30
1147.   Boxed Diecast Vehicles, to include Days Gone, Golden Oldies, Corgi Cameo Collection, approximately forty five:- One Box £20-30
1148.   Three Display Stands. £10-15
1149.   A WWII A.R.P Shovel, plus a 1945 U.S. hatchet. £20-30
1150.   A Schatz Mantel Clock, British Minstrelsie, Japanese doll 'Katsuraningyo', etc:- One Box - plus two copper coaching horns. £8-12
1151.   A XIX Century Cast Iron Scales with Copper Pan, weights, copper scoop, brass candlesticks, large spoon, pair hames, etc:- One Box £20-40
1152.   Tools - Bailey No. 7 Plane, Drabble saw, clamps, chisels, drill bits etc. in a mahogany chest with seven drawers. £80-100
1153.   Four Table Lamps, (sold for spares or repairs only). £15-20
1154.   A Paragon 'Athena' Dinner, Tea and Coffee Service, (gold), comprising eight dinner plates, six medium plates, six tea plates, six soup bowls, lidded tureen, tea pot, coffee pot, eight coffee cups, nine tea cups, sixteen saucers, milk jug and sugar bowl, two mugs. £50-70
1155.   Powder Compacts, cloisonné vases, fan photo frame, etc:- One Tray £15-25
1156.   Advertising Mirrors - Ind Coope Double Diamond Burton Pale Ale and Market Tavern Whitbread in tortoiseshell effect frames and. Players Navy Cut Tobacco and Cigarettes, in mahogany frame. (3) £20-40
1157.   A Pair of Late XIX Century Oil Lamps, with glass shades, glass funnels, on circular bases, (damage). £20-30
1158.   Chas. E. Dawson's Black and White Commercial Illustration Course, drawings, etc. £15-25
1159.   Doulton Foals, other figures, necklaces, etc:- One Tray £15-25
1160.   A Large Blue and White Oriental Pottery Planter, of circular form with allover floral decoration, 34.5cm high, 40cm wide. £20-30
1161.   Two Italian Hand Painted Pottery Cheetahs, 85 x 48cm high. (2) £40-60
1162.   A Collection of West German Studio Pottery Vases, including Scheurich Keramil 'Onion' vase 285-30, 30cm, a similar jug in red glaze, Scheurich 206-26 vase, 203-26, 208-21, 413-20, 208-21, etc; further studio pottery, Whitley & Co whisky decanter, etc. (15) £30-50
1163.   Crown Devon Stockholm Pattern Dinnerware, comprising: three oval meat plates, six dinner, six side plates, fruit set, six saucers, kettle, vase, toast rack, damaged rims of two teapots, two jugs, three bowls, lidded and unlidded tureens. £50-80
1164.   Doulton and Other Drinking Glasses:- One Tray £15-30
1165.   Yare Dragon Figures, designed by Sue Turner of Great Yarmouth, rocking horse (repaired), by lamp post, in barrel, on toadstool and sitting down. (5) £30-50
1166.   Royal Doulton 'The Old Balloon Seller' HN1315, Melba lion, pair flatback figures, Austrian flamingo group (damaged):- One Tray £20-40
1167.   Five National Westminster Piggy Banks. £20-30
1168.   A Japanese Blue and White Pottery Charger, 34cm diameter, Spode and Frettail examples, Spode 'Canterbury' cake plate. (4) £15-20
1169.   Paragon 'Tree of Kashmir' Table Ware, of eighteen pieces, including teapot; Aynsley teapot, sugar and cream, Grafton jug:- One Tray £20-40
1170.   Boxed Doulton Crystal Hock Glasses, five whisky's, decanter, etc:- One Tray £15-30
1171.   Worcester 'Short Haired Cat' and 'Apple', Rialto vase, ginger jar, trinket boxes, Old Country Roses' trinkets, etc:- One Tray £20-30
1172.   Swarovski Style Crystal Bears, early XX Century yellow vaseline posy basket, blue frilled cream vase, etc:- One Tray £15-30
1173.   An Oval Amber Glass Bowl, green glass decanter with waisted body, floats, mid XX Century ashtray, other glassware:- One Tray £15-30
1174.   A Moorcroft Clock, painted in the 'Anna Lily' pattern, designed by Nicola Slaney, impressed and painted marks, 15.5cm high. £90-110
1175.   A Moorcroft Vase, painted in the 'Bellahouston' pattern, designed by Emma Bossons, shape 03/4, impressed and painted marks, 9cm high. £60-80
1176.   A Moorcroft Pottery Table Lamp, of extended ovoid form, painted in the 'Plum' pattern against an ivory ground, designed by Sally Tuffin, impressed marks, 27cm high. £40-60
1177.   A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of pear shape, painted in the 'Centenarians' pattern, made for Liberty, limited edition 34/100, designed by Emma Bossons, signed, impressed and painted marks, dated 2002, 28.5cm high. £60-90
1178.   Beswick Shire Mare, in grey, No. 818, with harness; a similar Doulton example in chestnut brown. (2) £50-70
1179.   Royal Worcester Candle Snuffers - Feathered Hat, Punch and French Cook, all 1976 stamped. (3) £30-50
1180.   A Hexagonal Based Candle Lustre, with etched glass shade. £30-40
1181.   A Moorcroft Plaque, painted in the 'Courtship Dance' pattern, designed by Helen Dale, limited edition no 27/50, signed, impressed and painted marks, 31 x 20cm. £140-160
1182.   George Cunningham (Sheffield Artist) 'Early Doors' Limited Edition Colour Print, 169 of 250, 30 x 41cm, signed. Lyceum plate and 'By George' book. (3) £30-40
1183.   A Wedgwood Pottery Black Basalt Teapot and Cover, Sucrier and Milk Jug, each of part fluted form and applied with scrolling floral bands, impressed marks; A Robinson & Leadbeater Parian Bust, 20.5cm high and a Prattware fluted dish, printed marks, 18cm diameter. (6) £40-60
1184.   Beswick Pottery Novelty Teapots, as Red Squirrel, Grey Cat and Mouse Holding Cheese. (3) £40-60
1185.   A Mallet Decanter, water jug, Doulton whisk and liqueur glasses. £15-30
1186.   A Japanese Octagonal Shaped Blue and White Tea Service, of twenty eight pieces, 1930's Bistro coffee set, mug- One Tray £15-30
1187.   A Metamec Clock, (boxed), Rapport carriage clock, Bonsai tree, pipes, etc:- One Tray £15-25
1188.   An Abbeydale Floral Coffee Pot, Sugar and Cream, similar six coffee cans and saucers, (both sets boxed). £20-40
1189.   Royal Doulton Parson's Daughter HN564, 25cm high; Naomi and Her Daughter-in-Law jug, plates, Dresden coffee cups and saucers, etc:- One Tray £20-40
1190.   A Cut Glass Fruit Bowl, Tazza, ashtrays, glass hare, etc.:- One Tray £15-20
1191.   Five Carnival Ware Glass Bowls, two model black cats:- One Tray £15-20
1192.   Cooling Towers Collectibles Limited Edition Plate, of one hundred, two similar mugs, Carlton, Susie Cooper, two Poole flower holder/vases:- One Tray £20-30
1193.   An Eichwald Fruit Bowl, XIX Century blue and white pottery incluiding Chinese, Wedgwood powder blue jasperware:- One Tray £15-30
1194.   Decanter, Tumblers, Other Drinking Glasses:- One Tray £15-25
1195.   Royal Doulton 'Larchmont' Dinner Ware, of approximately seventy eight pieces. £30-50
1196.   A XIX Century Oversized Blue Glass Decanter and Tall Stopper, the mallet shaped body with three neck rings, painted in enamels with a military gentleman within a white dots and floral cartouche, 56cm high; A Bohemian Green Glass Vase, of campana form, decorated with wrigglework, 37.5cm high. (2)
£25-40
1197.   A Glass Vase in Plated Stand, pair of Doulton Lambeth jardiniere, Bretby dish (chipped), Wedgwood Green Leaf dessert ware, etc:- One Tray £15-30
1198.   Watt & Ferguson, Eardley (chipped) and Hornby's Soda Syphons, stoneware bed warmer, flat iron, weight :- One Tray £15-30
1199.   Royal Doulton 'Tip-Toe' HN 3293, modelled by Adrian Hughes, and a Lladro model of Seated Child Clown. (2) £30-50
1200.   Wedgwood jug, lamb pen stands, Chantry plate, cranberry glassware, etc. £10-20
1201.   An XVIII Century Continental Blue and White Pottery Tin Glazed Dish, with lobed sixteen sided rim, all-over floral decoration, 22.5cm diameter. £30-50
1202.   Daum, France: Crystal Glass Mortar, of rounded pentagonal form, 11cm wide; together with pestle, in original box. £30-50
1203.   A Waterford Crystal 'Lismore' Spirit Decanter, of shouldered bellied cylindrical form, on star patterned base (boxed), a porcelain model bird, a Bloor china 'Teddy Bear' scent bottle and two novelty painted metal pots formed as kingfisher and meerkat. £20-30
1204.   A Royal Doulton Stoneware Mug, to commemorate the coronation of HM King George V and Queen Mary 1911, impressed marks, 10.5cm high; A Royal Doulton 'Monk in Cellar' Jug, printed marks, 15cm high and a 'Sairey Gamp' jug, 17.5cm high. (3) £20-30
1205.   Shelley - Three Art Deco trios, W12207, five fruit bowls, 'Melody' butter dish, condiment set and damaged cruet:- One Tray £20-40
1206.   1937 Coronation Jug, with musical facility; Aynsley Orchard Gold vase, Canterbury collection plates:- One Tray £20-30
1207.   Shelley China Coffee Service, of thirteen pieces, in the Roses and Trellis pattern 2327, including coffee pot. £30-50
1208.   A Beswick 'Alice Series Queen of Hearts', Royal Doulton 'My First Figurine', Royal Doulton 'Christopher Robin and Pooh' WP10 and Beswick Ware 'Mittens, Tom Kitten and Moppet'. (4) £20-40
1209.   A Chinese Pottery Bowl, with speckled decoration and purple spot to interior, 13.5cm diameter. £40-60
1210.   An XIX Century Continental Blue and White Pottery Tin Glazed Dish, with lobed octagonal rim, vase, flowers and insect to centre, 20cm diameter (cracked). £30-50
1211.   Beswick Pottery Cat Band, numbers CC1 to CC10:- One Tray £70-90
1212.   A Pair of Early XIX Century Glass Decanters and Stoppers, of mallet form with hobnail and diamond cut bands, star bases, the necks with three bands, 26cm high. (2) £25-40
1213.   Irish Dresden Porcelain 'Grandsmother's Birthday' Figural Group, modelled in period costume on a Rococo style base, length 33cm. £30-50
1214.   An XVIII Century Blue and White Pottery Tin Glazed Dish, with scalloped rim, floral decoration to centre and border, 25.5cm diameter (cracked). £30-50
1215.   Five Beswick Pottery Foals. £20-30
1216.   Doulton 'Disney Showcase' Snow White and Seven Dwarfs Figures. £50-70
1217.   A Kosta Glass Vase, with etched lion to centre, 21.5cm high, two others smaller, heavy glass posy vase. £15-30
1218.   A Carter, Stabler and Adams Poole Pottery Red Earthenware Vase, of ovoid form, painted in the 'Blue Bird' pattern amongst flowers by Marjorie Batt (1925-35), painted and impressed marks, 11cm high. A Circular Dish, in the same design, 24cm diameter. (2) £30-50
1219.   Twenty Seven Crown Staffordshire Bone China Menu Holders, each with rose front on oval base, 5cm wide. £20-30
1220.   A Late XIX Century Vienna Style Porcelain Charger, the centre decorated with a classical scene 'Cupid and Cephisa', signed Kaufmann, within elaborate maroon gilt panels and cream rim, Beehive mark, 34cm diameter. £70-100
1221.   Dresden Cornucopia Shaped Coffee For Two Set, comprising of serving pot, sugar, cream, two cups and saucers, in floral turquoise gilt and white. £15-30
1222.   Royal Crown Derby Imari 2451 Pattern Trios. (4) £30-40
1223.   A Moorcroft Pottery Powder Bowl and Cover, of circular form, painted in the 'Hibiscus' pattern against a green ground, impressed marks, paper label, 14.5cm diameter. £30-50
1224.   A Chinese Pottery Oil Spot Bowl, 12.5cm diameter and two others. (3) £50-60
1225.   Beswick Highland Bull, model No.2008, Cow model No.1740 and Calf, No.1827D. (3) £80-100
1226.   A Moorcroft Bowl, painted in the 'Anna Lily' pattern, designed by Nicola Slaney, shape 246/11, impressed and painted marks, 28cm diameter. £150-180
1227.   A Pair of Mid XIX Century Derby Porcelain Vases, of pear shape, raised on circular feet, decorated in the Imari palette with flowering shrubs, the dark blue bases with gilt decoration, red crown and 'D' marks, 23.5cm high. (2) £30-40
1228.   A Pilkington's Royal Lancastrian Pottery Vase, of ovoid form, designed by William Mycock, with galleons at sea on matt green and blue ground, impressed marks and monogram, 18cm high. £80-120
1229.   Rouen Pottery Pen and Ink Stand, of circular form with lattice and scroll painting to border and raised well section, painted 'P' under base, 21cm diameter. £30-40
1230.   A Royal Crown Derby Imari Coffee Cup and Saucer, 1128 pattern, date code M (1906) a XIX Century Derby Imari cabinet plate (25cm diameter) and a Crown Staffordshire trinket box (3):- One Tray £20-40
1231.   Paperweights, with bubble and sinuous inclusions, including Royal Crest Cyclone. £15-20
1232.   Doulton 'Snow White' SW9, 'Grumpy's Bathtime', 'Dopey by Candlelight', seven others:- One Tray £50-70
1233.   Doulton Thelwell 2003 Satirical Equestrian Figure Groups, NTI, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12. (7) £40-60
1234.   Paperweight - Selkirk Satin 1999, 2000 Spindrift 1992, Avondale, Caithness 'Mischief', 'Blue Velvet' and others:- One Tray (14) £20-30
1235.   A Moorcroft Pottery Teardrop Pendant, ring and brooch:- All Boxed (3) £20-40
1236.   A Mettlach Pottery Stein, of cylindrical form, incised and painted with a central portrait of of gentleman and dogs chasing boar, impressed mark, 15cm high; A Royal Worcester Coffee Pot and Cover, designed by Scottie Wilson, with birds, 16cm high (chipped); A Macintyre Style Vase, the dark blue ground with gilt Art Nouveau floral decoration, 9cm high. (3) £30-50
1237.   Beswick Pottery Pig Promenade Band - George, Daniel, Matthew, Richard, Thomas, Michael, Christopher, Benjamin, Andrew, David, John and James:- One Tray £70-90
1238.   A Beswick Donkey, Royal Doulton Siamese Cat HN2662, a Lladro Frog on Mound, and an amber glass model elephant. (4) £25-45
1239.   A Pair of Mid XIX Century Prattware Low Tazza, decorated with maroon borders and geometric rims, 23.5cm diameter; A Similar Teapot and Cover, Jug and Box and Cover. (7) £20-30
1240.   Four Coalport Figurines, including Valentine Debutante, Leona, Wedgwood, 'Kimberley'. (5) £20-30
1241.   Nine Royal Doulton Dickens Character Figurines. £30-50
1242.   Royal Copenhagen Blueflower Porcelain Table Ware, of approximately thirty four pieces, the teapot stamped 10/8244, coffee pot 10/8034, water jug 10/8145. £60-90
1243.   Cardew Disney Showcase Snow White Teapot, other Snow White themed ceramics, Beswick Thelwell series 'Early Bath', 'Archie Bear', etc:- One Tray £20-30
1244.   Beswick Pottery Teddy Bears - Henry TB1, Edward TB2, William TB3, George TB4, all limited edition of 2500 by Robert Tabbenor. £40-60
1245.   Beswick Grazing Shire Horse, model No.1050; Spirit of Earth, model No.2914 (ear tip chip). (2) £20-40
1246.   'Castelli' Pottery Bowl, with grotesque mask handles, dragons and figures to body, 14cm high, 32cm at widest point, painted name with castle under base. £30-50
1247.   A Mason's Mandalay Bowl, Wedgwood jasperwares, china thimbles, leaf moulded dishes, early XX Century three section specimen vase, Carltonware banana dish, etc:- One Tray £15-25
1248.   A 1930's Pressed Glass Green Bowl, with elephant handles on black base, a pair similar, smaller. (3) £15-20
1249.   A Wedgwood 'Ice Rose' Twenty Eight Piece Dinner Service, comprising six tea cup and saucers, teapot, sauce boat, milk sugar, six dinner plates, etc. £20-40
1250.   Beswick Pottery 'Spirit of Nature' Horse; together with damaged Spirit of Youth and Thoroughbred, all on bases. (3) £30-40
1251.   A 1930's Brentleigh Ware Skating Figurine 'Sonja B', factory sticker to base, height 22cm high (chip to fingers). £30-50
1252.   A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, painted in the trial 'The Taming' pattern, designed by Nicola Slaney, shape 158/8, impressed, dated 18.02.16 and painted marks to base, 20.5cm high. £170-190
1253.   Beswick Skewbold Pony, model No. 1373 (ear chip) and Piebald in black and white matt. (2) £50-70
1254.   A Peggy Davies Figure 'Clarice Cliff the Artisan', artists proof by Victoria Bourne, 23cm high. £80-100
1255.   A Lladro Model 'A Barrow of Fun', (15460), boxed. £50-80
1256.   A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, painted in the 'Little Gem' pattern, designed by Kerry Goodwin, limited edition no. 22/75, shape 75/10, impressed and painted marks, 27cm high. £170-190
1257.   Red Mottled Lacquered Spill Vase, with bulbous body, possibly Chinese, 21cm high. £30-40
1258.   A Peggy Davies Figurine 'St George and the Dragon', commissioned by Genesis Collections Ltd, modelled by Andy Moss, limited edition 81/350, 23.5cm high. £80-100
1259.   A Beswick Equestrian Model of a Native American Chief on Horseback, height 22cm. £80-120
1260.   A Moorcroft Pottery Ginger Jar, painted in the 'Talwin' pattern, designed by Nicola Slaney, shape 769/6, impressed and painted marks, 15.5cm high. £170-190
1261.   Beswick Pottery Rearing Horse, mounted by male rider in red jacket, on green base. £50-80
1262.   A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, painted in the 'New Moon' pattern, numbered edition 101, shape 98/5, 'RJB', impressed and painted marks.13.5cm high. £100-120
1263.   A Peggy Davies Deco Lady Bust, 18cm high. £40-60
1264.   A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, painted in the 'Forever England' pattern, designed by Vicky Lovatt, shape 49/8, impressed and painted marks, 23.5cm high. £170-190
1265.   A Pair of Royal Worcester Figures of Cairo Water Carriers, each holding a large urn, their cream robes with black foliate decoration, raised on blush ivory naturalistic bases, puce marks, shape number 1250, 22cm and 24cm high. (2) £100-150
1266.   A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, painted in the 'Grasmere Bluebell' pattern, designed by Nicola Slaney, numbered edition 16, impressed and painted marks, 13cm high. £130-150
1267.   A Royal Worcester Porcelain Figure 'June', designed by F. Doughty, shape number 3456, black printed mark, 16cm high; Another, 'Two Babies', 9cm high. (2) £40-60
1268.   A Moorcroft Pottery Jug, painted in the 'Delphinium' pattern, designed by Kerry Goodwin, impressed and painted marks, 23.5cm high. £120-140
1269.   Two Lladro Models - 'Surprise' (15901) and 'Bedtime Story' (05457), both boxed. (2) £40-60
1270.   A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, painted in the 'Chocolate Cosmos' pattern, designed by Rachel Bishop, shape M1/3, impressed and painted marks, 9cm high. £70-90
1271.   A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of waisted baluster form, painted in the 'Honeysuckle' pattern against a mottled pink and dark blue ground, impressed and painted mark, date (19)97, WM monogram in brown, 28cm high. £50-70
1272.   A Decorative Continental Art Nouveau Style Table Lamp Base, of sinuous design detailed in relief with flower heads and scrolls, 36cm high, stamped "Depose", (electrically untested). £40-60
1273.   A Pair of Plated Jardineres, of serpentine form, each with shell and scroll rim, lion mask handles on four paw feet, bearing cross keys stamp, 16cm high. £30-50
1274.   Figurines - Doulton 'Bo Peep', 'Brothers', Coalport 'Picked Especially For You', 'July Ruby'. (4) £20-30
1275.   Royal Copenhagen Boxer Dog, 1452/3165 and Kingfisher and Chicks 3194. (2) £40-60
1276.   Lorna Bailey - Mouse Trap the Cat, 13cm high. £20-25
1277.   Lorna Bailey - Busy Bee the Cat, 12cm high. £20-25
1278.   Lorna Bailey - Tom and Jerry the Cat, 13cm high. £20-25
1279.   Lorna Bailey - Butterfly the Cat, 13cm high. £20-25
1280.   Lorna Bailey - Growler the Cat, 13cm high. £20-25
1281.   Lorna Bailey - Shaggy the Cat, 13cm high. £20-25
1282.   Doulton 'Pecksniff' Figure HN2098, Dickens character jug for collectors and Tiny 6676. (3) £30-50
1283.   Royal Doulton Figurines, 'Jennifer' HN3447, 'Patricia' HN3365, 'Elaine' HN3214. (3) £20-30
1284.   Lorna Bailey 'Stoke on Trent' Conical Sugar Castor, 13cm high. £20-25
1285.   Lorna Bailey 'The Beeches' Mini Conical Sugar Castor (released Jan-Feb 2003) (page 37 The New Millennium Book), 9cm high. £20-25
1286.   Royal Worcester 2007 Figurine 'Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II', Coalport 'Feeding Time' and 'Anne'. (3) £30-50
1287.   Lorna Bailey 'Longport Wharf' Mole Sugar Shaker, the Open Day pattern available at the One Day Event, 25.09.2004. £20-25
1288.   Royal Doulton 'Autumn Breezes' Figurine HN1934, ruby glass bowl with wavy hexagonal rim, Italian jug. (3) £15-30
1289.   A Swarovski Seated Cheetah, height 9cm. £25-45
1290.   Two Royal Crown Derby Paperweights, modelled as a Seated Kitten and a Blue Tit, both gold stoppers. (2) £20-40
1291.   Beswick Pottery Beatrix Potter Figures - Amiable Guinea-Pig, Foxy Whiskered Gentleman, Royal Albert - Foxy Reading and Doulton - Mr Todd. (4) £20-30
1292.   A Leather Jewellery case, containing earrings, bracelet, etc. £15-25
1293.   A Moorcroft Miniature Vase, 'Melody' pattern by Sian Leeper, painted and impressed marks to base, 5.5cm high. £20-30
1294.   Royal Worcester Porcelain Jug, hand painted with roses on a blush ivory ground, gilt ribbed handle, puce back stamp and number 1094, 13cm high. £30-40
1295.   "Mother" Brooch, highlighted in blue enamel and stamped "Silver", matching wide vintage bracelet, earrings and brooch, modern enamel topped pill box, drop earrings, "Rolled Gold" tie slide, wine glass charms, etc. £20-40
1296.   Irish Dresden Boxed Figures - 'Monica', 'Romeo', 'Juliet', 'Stephanie', 'Serenade'. (5) £15-30
1297.   A Collection of Assorted Costume Brooches and a trinket box:- One Tray £15-20
1298.   A Royal Crown Derby Paperweight, as a seated cat. gold stopper. £20-30
1299.   Revolve, Accurist, Pulsar, Seiko and Other Assorted Wristwatches. £10-20
1300.   Two 9ct Gold Rings, ladies wristwatches, costume jewellery, jewellery box, etc. £20-40
1301.   Christoph Widmann German Server, of scissor action, stamped "CW" "835"; together with assorted plated cutlery including coffee spoons, fruit knives, etc:- One Tray £15-20
1302.   Pocketwatch Protective Cases; together with a collection of assorted pocketwatch keys, an oval brass plaque "John Galloway Watchmaker & Jewellery 233 Marsh Lane Leeds", etc, contained in a wooden box. £30-50
1303.   Herbert Slater Table Knives, L.B & S cutlery in oak canteen, forty three pieces. £30-50
1304.   Costume Jewellery, powder compacts, etc:- One Tray £10-15
1305.   Firth Stainless Table Knives, W.H and other cutlery in walnut canteen. £20-30
1306.   A. B & Co Silver Plated Tray, with shell mounts, to wavy gallery, three others. (4) £20-30
1307.   A Cased Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Coffee Spoons; together with a twin handled octagonal plated dish with green glass liner and a teapot. (3) £20-40
1308.   A Hallmarked Silver Christening Fork and Spoon, in original fitted case, assorted hallmarked silver teaspoons, cased dessert spoons, preserve spoons, etc. £20-40
1309.   Rotary; An Attractive Ladies Dress Wristwatch, the signed square dial with lie markers, to integral openwork chain bracelet; together with three further ladies wristwatches and a mixed lot of assorted costume jewellery, including beads, earrings, rings, etc:- One Tray £20-40
1310.   A Circa Early XX Century Hukin & Health Plated Oil Lamp, the circular base and column allover decorated in relief with acanthus leaf scrolls, with frilled rim, hobnail cut glass well and Hinks & Son's Patent twin burner, a removable glass shade and chimney, overall height 83cm. £225-250
1311.   A Modern Silver Bead Necklace, stamped "925"; together with a marcasite set cross on chain, a marcasite set dress ring, on modern charm bracelet, pendant on chain, etc. £30-50
1312.   An Electroplated Tea Kettle on Burner Stand, of semi reeded form on plain scroll base, with central removable burner, overall height 30cm. £15-25
1313.   A Plated Salver "Thorpe Weatherall Trophy Presented by Weatherall Hollis & Gale and Bernard Thorpe & Partners September 1978"; together with a plated teapot and a pair of EPNS spill vases. (4) £25-35
1314.   A Hallmarked Silver Mounted Clear Glass Bowl, a hallmarked silver sifter spoon, a decorative scent bottle, hallmarked silver lidded pots, decorative pin dish, a match box cover stamped "Sterling Silver", Eversharp pencil, etc:- One Tray £90-100
1315.   Assorted Costume Jewellery, including 9ct gold ring, mother of pearl necklace, dress rings, brooches, "YMCA Yorkshire War Worker" badge, etc. £20-30
1316.   A Thomas Sabo Bead Bracelet,stamped "Ag925", Links of London expanding ring, garnet bead necklace, polished hardstone inset pendants, multi set pendant/brooch, etc. £30-40
1317.   An Early XX Century Pearl Set Locket Pendant, on modern fancy link three colour chain stamped "750"; together with a large oval shell carved cameo brooch, an alphabet charm bracelet, magnifying eye piece, imitation pearls, locket pendants, etc. £100-150
1318.   A Belcher Link Chain, suspending openwork "F" initial pendant; together with an amethyst and freshwater pearl necklace. (2) £60-90
1319.   A Small 9ct Gold Signet Style Ring with oval panel; together with a 9ct gold cased ladies wristwatch, on later expanding bracelet, a pair of blue and white paste cluster earrings, indistinctly stamped "Silver", imitation pearls, chain, etc. £20-40
1320.   A Pearl Set Spray Brooch, stamped "Silver"; together with a flower spray brooch with collet set highlight and an Italian carved shell panel bracelet and cameo brooch. £20-40
1321.   A Modern Hallmarked Silver and Mother or Pearl Trowel Book Mark, 8.3cm long; together with a hallmarked silver thimble, dress ring, bangles,etc. £20-30
1322.   Costume Dress Rings, wristwatches, watch ring, bracelet, XIX Century oval cameo brooch, etc. £15-25
1323.   A Modern CZ Set Cross Pendant, on fancy link chain; together with heart, polished hardstone, pearl and other pendants. £20-30
1324.   A Modernist Single Stone Pendant, circular collet set, stamped "Silver", on a chain; together with a cross pendant, claw set throughout, single stone marquise shape pendant, oval locket pendant on chain, etc. £20-30
1325.   A Modern Two Tone Bracelet, of geometric design, stamped "925"; together with a hallmarked silver bangle, of Victorian style, two chain bracelets, etc. £20-30
1326.   A Collection of Assorted Novelty Charm Pendants, including pear, teapot with hinged lid, Toby jugs, etc. £20-30
1327.   A Hallmarked Silver Ingot Pendant, on a chain, a single stone pendant on chain, etc. £30-50
1328.   A Hallmarked Silver Vesta Case, with inset compass to the front; together with a 9ct gold hardstone inset swivel fob pendant, a novelty horn charm, a 9ct gold Masonic trowel charm pendant, brooch, etc. £50-70
1329.   "925" and Other Rings, Rennie Mackintosh style earrings, hallmarked silver cross pendant, etc. £15-20
1330.   Christian Dior; A Vintage Costume Brooch, stamped "Made In Germany for Christian Dior 1964"); together with six further costume brooches and a bracelet. £60-80
1331.   A Chinese Necklace, suspending large oval carved panel drop; together with a coral necklace, glass bead necklaces, etc. £20-30
1332.   A Modern Three Stone Diamond Ring, of crossover design, stamped "925 DIA"; together with assorted band rings, signet style, etc. £15-20
1333.   An Edwardian Double Swallow Brooch, (damaged; together with a horseshoe brooch and a single stone garnet brooch, on knife edge bar. (3) £50-70
1334.   An Edwardian Openwork Brooch, with pearl highlights; together with an imitation pearl bracelet, pin, etc. £20-30
1335.   A Modern Hallmarked Silver London Armorial Crest Brooch, with channel set cross; together with a pair of modern novelty Spitfire gent's cufflinks, stamped "925". £30-50
1336.   A Diamond Set Dress Ring, rectangular four claw set to centre between bifurcated diamond set shoulders, indistinctly stamped. £200-250
1337.   A 9ct Gold Opal Cluster Dress Ring, of flowerhead design, claw set with circular cabochons. £30-50
1338.   A Modern 9ct Gold Opal Set Dress Ring, of pear shape, claw set to the centre, within claw set border. £30-50
1339.   A 9ct Gold Bloodstone Inset Signet Style Ring, the oval panel rubover set. £50-70
1340.   A 9ct Gold Emerald and Diamond Set Cluster Ring, oval claw set to the centre, within single cut diamond set border. £50-80
1341.   A 9ct Gold Emerald and Diamond Set Band, of shaped design, square and illusion set, stamped "DIA". £50-80
1342.   A Diamond Set Eternity Band, channel set with uniform brilliant cut stones (finger size L).
*UK Bullion (Sheffield) Insurance Valuation dated August 2008 states Platinum channel style setting. Total diamond weight 2.0 carats. Value £3,200 £1000-1200
1343.   A 9ct Gold Double Serpent Ring, of coiled design, each head with inset highlight. £90-110
1344.   A 9ct Gold Serpent Ring, of coiled design with inset eyes. £90-110
1345.   A Modern 9ct Gold Lapis Lazuli and Diamond Set Dress Ring, the oval panel with lattice detail and collet set highlights. £120-150
1346.   A Modern 18ct Gold Diamond Set Dress Ring, rectangular four claw set to the centre, between channel set shoulders of baguette cut stones. £180-200
1347.   An Unusual Diamond Set Ring, with claw set pear and brilliant cut diamond highlight, stamped "18K". £140-160
1348.   A Curb Link Charm Bracelet, suspending numerous novelty charm pendants; together with a ring mount.
1349.   A Pearl Set Brooch, on stock pin; together with a dainty mistletoe bar brooch, stamped "15ct", etc. £50-70
1350.   A XIX Century Oval Cameo Brooch, depicting female profile; together with a shell carved cameo brooch, stamped "15ct". (2) £50-70
1351.   Assorted Modern Pendants on Chains, including pearl set cluster, CZ drop necklace, etc. £15-20
1352.   A Keyring, (lacking drop) stamped "750"; together with a box link chain, hardstone inset ring, cluster earstuds and a coronet brooch. £80-120
1353.   A Modern Dolphin Pendant, indistinctly stamped "375"; together with a curb link bracelet and an identity panel. £30-50
1354.   9ct Gold and Other Gent's Dress Studs, part chain, cufflinks (damaged), etc. £40-60
1355.   A 9ct Gold Curb Link Part Albert Chain. suspending T-bar; together with another pat chain similar and a 9ct gold mounted hardstone inset swivel fob pendant. £500-550
1356.   A Heart Shaped Scottish Hardstone Pebble Brooch, of rose faceted heart shaped design, to a hinged pin fastener on the reverse. £25-30
1357.   Three Nugget Bar Brooches, two on stock pins; together with a nugget charm style bracelet and assorted 15ct gold and 18ct gold gent's dress studs. £250-300
1358.   Two Pairs of Modern Hoop Earrings, stamped "375". £40-60
1359.   A Modern Diamond Set Two Tone Heart Pendant, stamped "585", sliding on fine chain stamped "585"; together with matching ring (indistinctly stamped) and pair of earstuds, stamped "585". £60-80
1360.   A 9ct Gold Flat Curb Link Chain, (clasp broken); together with another. (2) £120-160
1361.   A Cased Set of Six Dress Buttons; together with a part set,stamped "9ct". £30-50
1362.   Stud and Other Earrings, including "375", etc (damages). £15-20
1363.   Murrle Bennett & Co; An Early XX Century Enamel Pendant, of tapering design, highlighted to the centre in red, yellow and green, stamped "MBCo" "Silver", on a chain. £80-120
1364.   A George V Sovereign, 1912, with applied pendant mount, suspended on ribbon. £150-200
1365.   A 9ct Gold Bracelet, of openwork design; together with a chain stamped "750", a 22ct gold wedding band (damaged/cut), etc. £60-80
1366.   A 9ct Gold Ring, (one stone missing); a pair of stud earrings, stone set, etc. £30-40
1367.   A Bar Brooch, stamped "9ct", with applied swallow; together with a pin "Joan" and two rings (damages). £40-60
1368.   Norne; A Scandinavian Enamel Brooch, highlighted in pink, blue, white and black, depicting trees in a snowy landscape (damaged), stamped "Norne" "925S". £20-30
1369.   A Sapphire and Diamond Set Pear Shape Pendant, the central (6.5x8mm) pear shape sapphire within uniform surround of brilliant cut stones, millegrain set pierced gallery, decorative reverse and tapered surmount. £70-100
1370.   A 9ct Gold Bracelet, of uniform geometric design; together with a hardstone set oval brooch, stamped "9ct". (2) £80-100
1371.   A 9ct Gold Smokey Quartz and Pearl Set Pendant, oval claw set to the centre within openwork border with pearl highlights. £50-70
1372.   A Fancy Link Bracelet, of textured and polished finish, to heart shape padlock clasp stamped "9ct gold". £100-150
1373.   A Pair of Gent's Cufflinks, the plain oval panels on curb link chain connections,stamped "10ct". £60-80
1374.   A Pair of Chester Hallmarked 18ct Gold Gent's Cufflinks, the elongated oval panels with engraved initials, on elongated link connections. £100-150
1375.   A 9ct Gold Plain Wedding Band. £40-60
1376.   A 9ct Gold Dress Ring, alternately claw set; together with an 18ct gold single stone diamond ring, illusion set. (2) £70-100
1377.   A 9ct Gold Single Pearl Set Ring; together with a plain wedding band and a signet style ring, initialled. (3) £60-80
1378.   An 18ct Gold Single Stone Diamond Ring, star set with an old cut stone; together with another single stone ring. (2) £50-70
1379.   A Gent's Signet Ring, crested (worn) stamped "18ct"; together with another, crested, indistinctly stamped. £250-350
1380.   A Gent's Signet Ring, (damages); together with a smaller 9ct gold ring, initialled. (2) £150-250
1381.   An 18ct White Gold Emerald and Diamond Cluster Ring, the three stone line of alternating uniform stones, on a raised basket setting between bifurcated shoulders and plain polished band, London 1975. £200-300
1382.   Timex Vintage Automatic Gent's Wristwatch, the signed black dial with white line markers, date aperture and centre seconds with orange hand, on a strap; a Smiths Empire vintage gent's wristwatch, Timex, Everite, etc. £20-40
1383.   Cortina; A Vintage 9ct Gold Cased Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with black Arabic numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, on a later strap, on a Cortina case. £80-100
1384.   Rone Motorists Vintage Gent's Wristwatch Head, (no strap), Smiths Empire ladies wristwatch and another, the case back engraved "M Charlesworth 7 Skelton Grove Common Piece Stocksbridge KOUD.232/5". £10-15
1385.   A Collection of Costume Watches, including a gents "Ruhla", "Antimagnetic" mechanical watch, "Made in GDR"; a ladies decorative watch, with filigree gilt metal and decorative porcelain panels, concealing a "Yanka" mechanical watch; together with gold plated ladies costume watches, etc. (8) £10-20
1386.   A 9ct Gold Cased Ladies Wristwatch, the dial stamped "Parsons Ltd Bristol", on expanding bracelet; together with a 9ct gold locket back brooch and a quartz pocketwatch. £80-120
1387.   Accurist Ladies 9ct Gold Cased Wristwatch, on a strap; together with four further ladies wristwatches. (4) £15-20
1388.   A Gold Plated Cased Openface Pocketwatch, together with two further pocketwatches, one engine turned case stamped "0.900". (3) £20-30
1389.   Longines; A Vintage Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with line markers and seconds subsidiary dial (lacking hand), the case back engraved "Engelhard 1947-1977 Mr. T. Lem For Loyal Service", on a strap; Together with A Ladies Lucerne Art Deco Wristwatch Head, (no strap) stamped "14" and a modern wristwatch. (3) £100-200
1390.   Gucci; A Modern 9400 Gent's Two Tone Wristwatch, the signed dial with centre seconds and three subsidiary dials, to integral bracelet, in original box, with International Warranty card dated 25/2/90. £100-120
1391.   A Hallmarked Silver Cased Pair Case Pocketwatch, (lacking pair case) the white dial with bold black Roman numerals, the movement unsigned, within plain case, London 1869; together with a fetter-and-three link Albert chain, suspending T-bar and horseshoe compass pendant. £110-130
1392.   A Hallmarked Silver Cased Pair Case Pocketwatch, (lacking pair case) the dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement signed "Scott & Son Kendal", within plain case inscribed "Wm Nicholson"; together with a Laurilliard Paris openface fob watch, with signed movement, within engine turned case. (2) £70-100
1393.   A Ladies Fob Watch, the white dial with black Roman numerals, with engraved case, stamped "18K", suspended on a bar brooch, in a case. £150-250
1394.   A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the white dial with black Roman numerals, the movement unsigned, within plain case, Birmingham 1847; together with a curb link double Albert chain, suspending T-bar, hallmarked silver medallion pendant and a hallmarked silver vesta case, of cushion shape, allover engine turned. £130-150
1395.   A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the white dial with black Roman Numerals, within Dennison engine turned case; together with a fancy link Albert chain, suspending T-bar, charm pendant and a Chester hallmarked silver vesta case, allover leaf scroll engraved. £80-120
1396.   A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Chronograph Pocketwatch, within engine turned case; together with a graduated curb link Albert Chain, suspending T-bar, hallmarked silver gilt medallion pendant "Justice Truth Philanthropy" "Presented to Bro Albert Tempest Nov. 2nd 1927 Raised to Second Degree by the Craven Lodge No. 2465 in appreciation of his valuable services" and a Chester hallmarked silver vesta case, allover engine turned and monogrammed. £80-120
1397.   A Decorative Fob Watch, the two tone textured dial with Roman numerals, within foliate engraved case, stamped "Fine Silver"; together with a fancy link Albert chain, suspending T-bar, hallmarked silver medallion pendant and a hallmarked silver vesta case, allover leaf engraved and monogrammed. £80-100
1398.   Omega; A Vintage Ladies Gold Plated Cased Wristwatch, on later 9ct gold expanding bracelet; together with two 9ct gold cased ladies wristwatches, on later expanding bracelets. (3) £40-60
1399.   The "Monarch" Watts Ltd Liverpool Openface Pocketwatch, within engine turned case stamped "0.935"; together with a pair case pocketwatch case back (damaged), etc. £15-20
1400.   Openface Pocketwatch, (damages) travel inkwell, pocket knife, sovereign case, charm pendants, hallmarked silver pencil, etc. £20-30
1401.   A 9ct Gold Cased Ladies Wristwatch, the white dial with black and red Arabic numerals, on expanding bracelet stamped "9ct"; together with a further ladies wristwatch and four gent's wristwatches. £60-80
1402.   A White Metal Pocketwatch Stamped 935, pendant, plated spirit labels, postage stamps. £20-30
1403.   A Pair of Charles Horner Gent's Cufflinks, stamped "CH"; together with a Mauretania souvenir medallion and a British Legion button hole badge. £20-30
1404.   A XIX Century Hairwork Albert, suspending T-bar; together with a fancy link Albertina. (2) £20-30
1405.   Roamer; A "Popular Vintage Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with line markers and centre seconds, within case numbered "9267", on a strap; Together with Another Roamer Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with Arabic numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, on a strap. (2) £20-40
1406.   Ingersoll Ltd Triumph; A Vintage Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with Arabic numerals and centre seconds, on a canvas strap; Together with A Wittnauer Geneve Vintage Gent's Wristwatch, the signed square dial with Arabic numerals and line markers and seconds subsidiary dial, on a strap. (2) £30-50
1407.   Chateau; A Vintage 9ct Gold Cased Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with Arabic numerals and dagger markers, on a later strap. £80-100
1408.   Rotary; A 9ct Gold Cased Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with Roman numerals and dot markers and seconds subsidiary dial within plain cushion shape case, on a strap. £60-80
1409.   Seiko; A Vintage 7005-8030 Automatic Gent's Wristwatch, the signed 'Cobweb' dial with date aperture, (movement unseen), on later expanding bracelet (broken). £40-60
1410.   A Hallmarked Silver Cased Gent's Wristwatch Head, (import marks) the white dial with black and red Arabic numerals and seconds subsidiary dial (lacking hand), the movement stamped "Breguet HSPG" (hairspring), hinged within plain outer case with screw down bezel (no strap). £20-40
1411.   Roidor; A Vintage 9ct Gold Cased Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with Arabic numerals and centre seconds, the case back engraved "Presented to Frederick E. Holdstock by the North Thames Gas Board in recognition of over 40 years valued service in the industry October 1954", on a later bracelet strap. £60-80
1412.   Hamilton Pan-Europ 701 Vintage Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with line markers and date aperture, case back numbered "64058-3", on a strap. £100-150
1413.   Record; A 9ct Gold Cased Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with Arabic numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, within plain cushion shape case, on a strap. £60-80
1414.   Hamilton; A Modern "Khaki Mechanical" Military Style Gent's Wristwatch, Ref: H694190, on original canvas strap. £130-150
1415.   A Graduated Curb Link Albert Chain suspending T-bar, "Dewsbury & Dis Cricket Alliance" medallion, "Gilder Hall" pendant and a compass pendant. £20-30
1416.   An 18ct Gold Cased Gent's Wristwatch, the white dial with black Roman numerals, the movement cover engraved "Curtis & Horspool Leicester To H.M. The King" within case initialled "V", on a strap. £150-250
1417.   Garrard; A Gent's Wristwatch, the signed square dial with line markers, within case stamped "9k 0.375", the case back engraved "AA Long Service Award G. H. Pearson 1951-1977", on a strap. £70-100
1418.   Acccurist; A Vintage 9ct Gold Cased Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with Arabic numerals and line markers, on a later strap.
1419.   Avia; A 9ct Gold Cased Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with Arabic numerals and baton markers and centre seconds, within plain cushion shape case, on a strap. £60-80
1420.   Longines; A Modern Ladies Wristwatch. the signed dial with line markers,date aperture and centre seconds, on two tone bracelet with concealed clasp. £50-70
1421.   Newmark Seventeen Jewels Vintage Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with Arabic numerals, line markers, day and date apertures, on a strap; Together with A Desta Instructor Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with dot markers, day/date apertures and centre seconds, on a bracelet strap. (2) £30-50
1422.   A Modern Italian Rectangular Plaque, depicting the Madonna and Child in relief, signed "Romagnoli" and stamped "925", within walnut effect frame, overall dimensions 52 x 44cm. £60-80
1423.   A Hallmarked Silver Christening Set, comprising spoon and napkin ring, initialled, in original fitted case; together with a hallmarked silver apostle serving spoon. £25-40
1424.   A Hallmarked Silver Mug, TB & S, Sheffield 1910, of plain tankard form, initialled, 8cm high. £30-50
1425.   A Hallmarked Silver Cream Jug, Z Barraclough & Sons, Chester 1907, of plain baluster form with wavy edge, raised on three pad feet, initialled. £25-40
1426.   A Hallmarked Silver Mug, Wakely & Wheeler, London 1943, of plain tapering cylindrical form, crested, 7.5cm high. £30-50
1427.   Coins - 2012 Bailiwick of Jersey £5, 1997 £5 (3), 1996 £5, 1960's/70's 50p coins, pre-1920 3d's, pre-1947 3d's, etc. £45-55
1428.   A German Snuff Type Box, stamped crescent and crown mark and "800", of rectangular form allover engine turned and inscribed "C.Schmit", gilt lined, 5.3cm long; together with a combination sliding pen/pencil/knife, stamped "Sterling Silver" and a racehorse stickpin. (3) £120-140
1429.   A Hallmarked Silver Cigarette Case, allover engine turned; together with a hallmarked silver match book case, allover engine turned, initialled. (2) £25-40
1430.   A Pair of Novelty Pepperettes, as milk churns, Cornelius Desormeaux Saunders & James Francis Hollings Shepherd, Chester 1898, 4.5cm high, in original fitted case. £30-50
1431.   A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Berry Spoons, NH (Jacksons p.210 unidentified) London 1759; together with a hallmarked silver fidle pattern table spoon, with decorative bowl. (3) £30-50
1432.   A Pair of Victorian Hallmarked Silver Salts, each with wavy rim, raised on three ball feet, in original fitted case with two associated spoons. £15-25
1433.   A Fancy Link Albert Chain, further chains, hallmarked silver medallion pendant, decorative "P" decanter label, etc. £15-25
1434.   A Large Hallmarked Silver Cheroot Holder Case, CES, Birmingham 1897, of plain form with suspension loop, 9.5cm long; together with a snuff box, the hinged lid detailed in relief with two hounds. £20-30
1435.   Seven Assorted Hallmarked Silver and Other Napkin Rings, (various makers/dates) including engraved decoration and initialled. £30-50
1436.   An Arts & Crafts Handmade Spoon, with scroll loop finial to handle and circular bowl; Together with A Hallmarked Silver Pin Dish, S.I. Ld, Chester 1919, of plain circular form, 7.5cm diameter. (2) £20-30
1437.   An EPNS Combination Vesta Case/Sovereign Case, allover detailed with leaf scrolls, 6cm long; Together with Two Further Examples, each of plain design. (3) £20-30
1438.   A Hallmarked Silver Twin Handled Bowl, EV, Sheffield 1931, 6.2cm high, 11.3cm diameter. £30-50
1439.   A Vintage Terrier Charm Bracelet; together with a dog brooch, a hallmarked silver thimble and a pencil. £15-20
1440.   Three Modern Miniature Hallmarked Silver Mounted Rectangular Photograph Frames, each on easel back, 6.9cm high. (3) £20-30
1441.   A Novelty Hallmarked Silver Babies Rattle, as a seated dog, with mother or pearl teether; together with a shell form ashtray inset to the centre with a Brazil 500 Reis coin (1851), a scent bottle, napkin ring (damaged), etc. £30-40
1442.   An Early XIX Century Snuff Box, of oval bowed form, inscribed initials and dated "1913"; (damaged) together with another snuff box, with sliding band open/close, inscribed "G. Ramsden" and a vesta type case. (3) £20-40
1443.   A Pair of Decorative Dishes, each detailed in relief with flowerheads and scrolls, stamped "Sterling Silver". (2) £20-30
1444.   A Hallmarked Silver Mounted Pin Cushion, M.B, Birmingham 1908, of circular form on three ball feet, base 4.4cm diameter; together with a pair of hallmarked silver salts (marks rubbed) with blue glass liners. (3) £60-70
1445.   An S. Morden & Co Sliding Pencil Holder; together with a sliding implement, a propelling pencil with cheroot style end a hallmarked silver cigar piercer and another. £30-50
1446.   A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Five Bar Toast Racks, of angular design with central loop handle. (2) £30-50
1447.   A Hallmarked Silver Lidded Mustard, of pedestal form with blue glass liner; together with matched hallmarked silver salt and associated spoons. (4) £30-40
1448.   A Pair of Victorian Hallmarked Silver Sugar Tongs, Messrs Lias, London 1877, allover foliate engraved, initialled; together with an earlier pair (part hallmarked), a pair of fiddle pattern sugar tongs, WSS, Sheffield 1902, etc. (6) £60-70
1449.   An Art Nouveau Style Plated Vesta Case; together with another, detailed with ribbon tied floral spray, a James Dixon & Sons snuff box, etc. £20-30
1450.   A Hallmarked Silver Vesta Case, engine turned; together with a heart shape vesta case, a lighter and a Chester hallmarked silver envelope stamp case. (4) £20-30
1451.   Three Plated Vesta Cases, each with engraved leaf and leaf scroll decoration. (3) £15-25
1452.   Three Decorative Hallmarked Silver and Mother of Pearl Single Blade Folding Fruit Knives, GU, Birmingham 1892, HWLd, Sheffield 1902 and James & William Deakin, Sheffield 1906, longest open length 15.5cm. (3) £100-120
1453.   Five Hallmarked Silver Thimbles, including Chester Assay; together with another stamped "Sterling Silver". (6) £30-40
1454.   A Modern Novelty Trinket Pot, as an apple with stalk and leaf, indistinctly stamped "925". £15-20
1454A.  Four Charles Horner Chester Hallmarked Silver Thimbles, (one marks indistinct) (holes). (4) £30-40
1455.   A Hallmarked Silver Ashtray, of plain design initialled "W"; together with a Bach Worcester hallmarked silver lighter. (2) £50-80
1456.   A Hallmarked Silver Dish, the wide pierced rim detailed in relief, 14cm diameter. £20-40
1457.   Seven Assorted Hallmarked Silver Napkin Rings, engraved/initialled; together with a EPNS example. £20-40
1458.   A Pair of Decorative Hallmarked Silver Salts, each of rounded rectangular form, WHS, Birmingham 1904, in original fitted case, with a pair of Victorian hallmarked silver salt spoons. £45-50
1459.   A Hallmarked Silver Cigarette Box, of rectangular form with engine turned lid, 11.5cm wide. £30-50
1460.   A Hallmarked Silver Candle Snuffer, LJM, Birmingham 1992, with log turned wood handle, 28.5cm long. £20-40
1461.   A Walker & Hall 9ct Gold Engine Turned Pencil, 12.2cm long; inscribed initials and dated 19/2/61. £50-70
1462.   A Hallmarked Silver Mounted Cigarette Box, (marks incomplete) detailed in relief of Continental style with figures within landscapes, the lid with horse drawn carriage, 12cm wide. £30-50
1463.   A Hallmarked Silver Vesta Case, allover engraved with suspension loop.
1464.   A Hallmarked Silver Vesta Case, Cornelius Desormeaux Saunders & James Francis Hollings Shepherd, Birmingham 1901, allover leaf scroll engraved and inscribed "IM Sheffield Crematorium Company 1906". £20-30
1465.   A Hallmarked Silver Handled Button Hook, mother or pearl handled implements, a sovereign case (lacking suspension loop), a SS Waterman souvenir and a hallmarked silver cheroot holder case. £30-50
1466.   A Matched Hallmarked Silver Three Piece Christening Set, each initialled and dated "2.7.36", in original fitted case. £3-40
1467.   A Hallmarked Silver Handled Manicure Set, (lacking one pair of scissors) complete with lidded pot, in original fitted case. £15-25
1468.   INOX Laguiole France Single Blade Folding Knife, with corkscrews, William Rodgers Sheffield Knife, etc. £30-50
1469.   A Hallmarked Silver Mounted Smokers Folding Pocket Knife, a multi blade stamped "Perry & Co Steel Pen Makers", another with mother or pearl scales (blade stamped "The Eagle & Globe Steel Co Ltd Sheffield", a miniature folding knife, etc. (5) £60-70
1470.   A Two Blade Folding Pocket Knife, with hallmarked silver scales, another with mother of pearl scales and a pair of Mexican gent's cufflinks, stamped "Sterling 925 Mexico" (indistinct). £20-40
1471.   A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Teaspoons, Peter and William Bateman, London 1812, initialled; together with two hallmarked silver spoons, initialled. £30-50
1472.   A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Coffee Spoons, together with a pair of sugar tongs, condiment spoons etc. £25-40
1472A.  A Late XIX Century Japanese Ivory Figure, carved as a wood cutter and smoking a pipe, oval base, signed, 13cm high. £70-100
1473.   Four Assorted Folding Pocket Knives, including William Rodgers, E.Gillott St. Peters Gate, Kirkham & Co Sheffield, etc. (4) £25-30
1474.   Pens - Parker Slimfold with "14K" nib, Parker Senior Duofold with "14K" nib, Parker Duofold with "14K" nib, Conway Stewart 75, etc. (6) £100-120
1475.   Two Hallmarked Silver and Mother of Pearl Single Blade Folding Fruit Knives, one initialled; together with two single blade pruning knives and another, stamped "Arthur Balfour & Co Ltd Sheffield". () £30-50
1476.   A. Wright & Son Ltd Sheffield Single Blade Pruning Knife, a multi blade folding knife; another with corkscrew. £35-50
1477.   A Higgin London Pipe; together with a two blade folding pocket knife, souvenir enamel teaspoon, etc. £8-12
1478.   Folding Pocket Knives, including pruning knife, advertising "For Coughs & Colds Owbridge's Lung Tonic", Taylor Eye Witness two blade folding knife, etc. £20-30
1479.   A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Cake Forks, in original fitted case with matching serving fork. £20-40
1480.   A Matched Pair of Hallmarked Silver Spill Vases, James Deakin & Sons, Sheffield 1913, 1914, each of tapering design, engine turned, on spreading square base (bases weighted), 16.5cm high. (2) £25-40
1481.   A Hallmarked Silver Cigarette Box, S. Morden & Co. Ltd, London 1913, of rounded rectangular form, the hinged lid detailed with stylised sunrays, 10.2cm wide. £30-50
1482.   A Hallmarked Silver Cigarette Box, (marks rubbed), of rectangular form, engine turned, 14cm wide. £30-50
1483.   A Hallmarked Silver Sugar Shaker, WHS, Birmingham 1911, of inverted baluster form, on circular spreading base (the pull off cover unmarked), 16cm high. £40-60
1484.   A Pair of Decorative Hallmarked Silver Taper Candlesticks, (makers marks rubbed), Birmingham 1902 each allover detailed in relief with acanthus leaf scrolls, on circular spreading base, 11.5cm high. (2) £30-50
1485.   A Novelty Hallmarked Silver Flower Holder, JBC&S, Birmingham 1976, 8cm high. £10-15
1486.   A Pair of Chester Hallmarked Silver Vases, each of plain tapering cylindrical form, on scroll feet, (damages). (2) £20-40
1487.   A Hallmarked Silver Candlestick, the shaped stem on plain circular spreading base, 20cm high, Birmingham 1963. £20-30
1488.   A Hallmarked Silver Twin Handled Trophy Cup, "Derby & District VW Club the James Trophy", on plastic socle base with four applied shields "D. Quinn 1963", "C.J. Bastion 1964", "S. Buxton 1965", D.M. Harkins 1966", overall height 2 £30-50
1489.   A Hallmarked Silver Cream Jug, (makers mark indistinct) London 1794, with punched rim and scroll handle, raised on circular pedestal base, 11.8cm high. £50-80
1490.   A Hallmarked Silver Jug, (marks rubbed) of baluster form detailed in relief with flower heads and scrolls, raised on three shell capped pad feet, 13cm high. £30-50
1491.   Mughal Lion Head Cane Handle, in bronze, 7cm high. £50-70
1492.   A Hallmarked Silver and Mother of Pearl Folding Fruit Knife, JR, Sheffield 1894; together with a smaller example with decorative blade, engraved "N. Wilkins", etc. £20-40
1493.   Rough Rider Cutlery Company Two Blade Folding Knife; together with another two blade folding knife and an Omega lighter. (3) £10-20
1494.   A Hallmarked Silver Handled Manicure Set, complete with two lidded pots, in original fitted case. £30-50
1495.   A Matched Hallmarked Silver Five Piece Cruet Set, Adie Bros, Birmingham 1947, 1948, with three associated spoons, in original fitted case. £40-60
1496.   A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Coffee Spoons, CB&S, Sheffield 1947, in a case. £15-20
1497.   A Swann-Morton Knife, travel inkwell, modern lighter, Blackpool souvenir vesta case, a book vesta, "Long Live The King" commemorative vesta case and a novelty boot vesta. £20-40
1498.   A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Teaspoons, in original fitted case; together with a set of five hallmarked silver teaspoons, with golf club detail. (2) £25-40
1499.   A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Teaspoons, in a fitted case; together with a set of five hallmarked silver teaspoons, in original fitted case with matching tongs. (2) £30-50
1500.   A Middle Eastern Incense Holder, with flag finial, 20.5cm high.
1501.   A XIX Century Plated Caddy, leaf scroll engraved; together with a plain oval box, an Oriental trinket box, a XIX Century amber coloured case with star inlay (7.6cm long), etc. £30-50
1502.   2001 Five Pounds Coin, commemorative coins, military cloth badge, gent's cufflinks, etc. £10-15
1503.   A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Coffee Spoons, in original fitted case; together with a larger set of six, in original fitted case. (2) £50-60
1504.   Three Sets of Six Hallmarked Silver Handled Tea Knives, (one set cased). £20-30
1505.   A Collection of Assorted Enamel and Other Badges, etc. £10-15
1506.   A Mixed Lot of Assorted Vintage and Later Costume Jewellery, including Trifari earclips, chains, imitation pearls, bracelets, etc:- One Tray £20-30
1507.   A Collection of Assorted Powder Compacts:- One Box £15-25
1508.   A Vintage Rotary Gent's Wristwatch; together with three ladies wristwatches, boxed. £15-25
1509.   A Royal Crown Derby Hand Painted Flowerhead Brooch and Earrings, rectangular trinket box, hallmarked silver ingot on chain, stud earrings, stick pin, crosses, etc. £20-30
1510.   A Plated Comport, with applied ribbon tied wreaths, salt and pepper, sauce boat, glass ashtray, Wedgwood Jasperware lighter, etc:- One Tray £20-30
1511.   A Mixed Lot of Assorted Costume Jewellery, including marcasite and other brooches, earrings, imitation pearls, etc:- One Tray £20-30
1512.   A Collection of Assorted Cased and Loose Plated Cutlery, including a hallmarked silver handled butter spreader in original box, boxed knives, demi-tasse spoons, cake forks etc. £20-40
1513.   A Hallmarked Silver Backed Hand Mirror, together with a collection of assorted plated ware, including candelabrum, pair of entree dishes, egg cruet stand (no spoons), bread board, waiter etc. £30-50
1514.   Plate Tea Ware, goblets, ashtray, etc- One Tray £20-30
1515.   A XIX Century Plated Yeomans Swing & Revolve Pitcher, with Neo classical figural supports (repaired), stamped to base "Patented June 22nd 1869", overall height 46cm. £15-25
1516.   A Hallmarked Silver Pickle Fork; together with a decorative set of six apostle teaspoons with shell bowls, modernist fish knives and forks, cased spoons, etc:- One Tray £15-20
1517.   A Large Mappin & Webb Prince's Plate Twin Handled Tray, of shaped rectangular design, detailed to the centre and initialled "R", overall width over handles 70cm. £80-100
1518.   A XIX Century Oval Cameo Brooch, embroidered brooches, dress ring, manicure implements in a case, etc::- One Tray £15-20
1519.   A Silver Spoon, Fork and Napkin Ring, seal, plated tray, hand mirror, preserve platter. £20-40
1520.   Assorted Ladies and Gent's Wristwatches, novelty steering wheel clock, glass paperweight clock, etc:- One Tray £20-30
1521.   A Hallmarked Silver Backed Brushes, matching hand mirror and two tidy jars, each initialled "C"; together with a comb (damages):- One Tray £30-50
1522.   Karin Og Aase Vintage Danish Brooch; together with Ruskin style, hardstone and other brooches, black pearl necklace and bracelet, a Charles Horner Chester hallmarked silver bangle, modern "925" and other pendants, imitation pearls, etc:- One Tray £30-40
1523.   Walker & Hall and Other Cutlery, approximately one hundred and thirty six pieces, in oak two drawer canteen with lift up lid to further upper section. £60-90
1524.   A Chinese Soapstone Figure of Man on Horseback, 19cm high (damage), pair of miniature temple lions on plinths, copper and silvered Middle Eastern coffee pots, Sorley of Glasgow teapot, jug, etc:- One Tray £20-40
1525.   A Silvered Copper Bowl, of circular form, decorated with Islamic motifs, on raised foot, 18.5cm diameter. £50-70
1526.   A Chinese Pink Marble Brush Washer, of rectangular form with scroll foliage, 13 x 10cm. £30-50
1527.   Yixing Terracotta Pottery Teapot, 8cm high. £20-30
1528.   XIX Century Delft Pottery Guglet Vase, with twin handles to shoulders, painted 'Joseph' to body, 19.5cm high. £30-40
1529.   XIX Century Delft Pottery Guglet Vase, with twin handles to shoulders, painted 'B' to body, 14cm high (restored). £30-40
1530.   A Middle Eastern Eating Knife, with matching scabbard, with turquoise and coral cabochons to white metal mounts. £100-120
1531.   Chinese Pottery Figure of a Lady, in blue robes, 19cm high. £20-40
1532.   XX Century Phrenology Head, after L.N. Fowler, 27cm high; Chinese vase (chipped) and orange glass spill vase. (3) £30-40
1533.   CLAUDE GARNETT (British, XX Century), Marsh Marigolds, painted collage, signed lower right, bears artists label and Walker's Galleries label verso dated 1933, 27.5 x 33cm. £120-180
1534.   A Late XIX Century Carved Hardwood Figure of a Seated Buddah, with glass eyes, 20cm high. £40-60
1535.   A Chinese Blue and White Pottery Circular Bowl, with swastika and floral motifs, 22.5cm diameter. £50-70
1536.   Tunbridge Paper Knife, with carved floral handle, 29cm long; Chinoiserie lacquered face screen, crum brush, two similar trays. £30-40
1537.   A Gold Imari Hand Painted Pottery Charger, heavily decorated with figures on terrace, 45.5cm diameter, similar damaged bowl. (2) £20-30
1538.   Chinese Scripture Booklets, each featuring printed Hydroglyphics within a nine lined columns with blue card bound covers, 25.5 x 18cm. (10) £15-30
1539.   A Reversed Copper Printing Plate for The Sheffield Star Dated January 5th 1981, the heading reads "Ripper: Man Arrested in Sheffield", a heading that drew to an end the five year hunt for Peter Sutcliffe 'The Yorkshire Ripper', together with a contemporary typed summary of the arrest and trial of Peter Sutcliffe.
Provenance: It is understood that The Star produced six of these plates to give to various people involved in the case. This example is from the South Yorkshire Police Press Liaison Officer at the time. £100-200
1540.   An Early 1900's Cased Right Angled Brass Measure/Level by J. Carpenter, a tin of Victorian nails, bear money box, etc. £20-40
1541.   A Carved African Wooden Mask, painted in red and white stripes, 30.5 x 21cm. £20-30
1542.   Ghandaran Seated Figure, in soft stone, 16cm high. £30-40
1543.   A Mid XIX Century Carved Wooden Bracket, in the form of a female satyr with crossed arms and legs, with scrolling pediment, 73cm long. £80-120
1544.   A XX Century Gilded Two Branch Wall Hanging Light, with mask and foliage, scroll decoration. £25-40
1545.   A XIX Century Indenture, mortgage lease document, keys, XIX Century mother of pearl inlaid box. £15-30
1546.   West Lake Cal 4.5mm Air Pistol, with wooden handle. £20-40
1547.   Chemists Pill Making Machine, in mahogany and brass, with numbered dividers and '8' stamp to handle. £30-50
1548.   Hiatt Metal Handcuffs, with key, stamped No. 86, circa 1900. £20-40
1549.   Walking Stick, conductors baton, ladies parasol, church Lads Brigade baton etc. (5) £20-30
1550.   The Briton Air pistol, having bulldog motif, made in England. £20-40
1551.   The Milbro MOD 2 Air Pistol. £20-40
1552.   The Gat Air Pistol, by Harrington & Son, Walton, Surrey. £20-40
1553.   A XIX Century Tunbridge Box, with floral top and band to waisted body 18cm wide, XIX Century tea caddy, (damages). (2) £20-30
1554.   Hit Tadu Made Dagger Type Sword Stick, the blade 30cm long, in brass mounted hardwood covering. £50-80
1555.   A Vintage Enamel Wall Sign, 'Board of Trade, Labour Exchange, Sheffield - East Parade, Attercliffe Road, Brighside Lane', with George V crest in red to centre, 46 x 30.5cm. £160-180
1556.   A XIX Century Framed Sampler, by Eleanor Hayzen aged seven years, featuring alphabet, numerals and verse, 32.5 x 31.5cm. £20-40
1557.   A Painted Iron Weather Vane, with scroll supports to pointers, detachable cockerel finial, 94cm high overall. £30-50
1558.   A Lyons Cake Enamelled Wall Sign, double sided with mounting flange, 39.5 x 45cm. £30-50
1559.   A William IV Rosewood Tea Caddy, of sarcophagus form, with mother or pearl escutcheon, on bun feet, (one absent), 30cm wide. £30-50
1560.   A Bronze Table Lamp, of urn form having lead lobed handles, on circular beaded base. £20-40
1561.   One Pound Banknotes, coinage, London to Crayford silver relay medal, etc. £15-30
1562.   An Ivory Coloured Bakelite Telephone, (TF3.39.202). £25-45
1563.   A Tray of Assorted Coinage, Badges, Medallions, etc. £15-25
1564.   Three Steam Rally Plaques, AA badges, Pratts petrol cap, 'MG', 'GT', Hillman and other car badges, door handles. £30-50
1565.   A Circa 1930's Boxed Set of 'Anvil Nutcrackers', a 1920's chrome electric kettle plus an early 1900's coffee maker with a metal horseshoe design base stamped 'Industria Argentina' and the upper glass vessel etched 'Super'. £20-30
1566.   A Mid XIX Century Swiss Musical Box, playing eight airs, the rosewood case inlaid with musical instruments and foliage, cylinder movement, the interior lid with tune sheet, 52cm long. £100-150
1567.   Photographs of Steam Trains, slide of buses, trains, etc: N.C.B St John's Colliery 189 token, etc:- One Box £20-40
1568.   An Aluminium Coin Display Case, six inner trays. £10-15
1569.   A Late XIX Century Mahogany Cased Wall Clock, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals, 25cm diameter. £30-50
1570.   Postcards, S & G stamp album, quantity of coinage, Cambodian banknotes, etc:- One Tray £15-25
1571.   Sporting Literature: Hapgood [Eddie] 'Football Ambassador' (reprint 1945); 'Cricket of Today Illustrated' by Percy Cross Standing, two volumes, Caxton Publishing; 'Cricket Between Two Wars', etc. (5) £15-25
1572.   The Story of Sheffield by John Derry, The Oldest Sheffield Plater by John, Julia, Hatfield, Church and People in an Industrial City, 'Do You Remember Old Sheffield' booklets, The Lords House, a History of Sheffield's Roman Catholic Buildings 1570-1990 by Denis Evinson, Sheffield Street Guide 1965/66, etc; plus photograph's of Sheffield:- One Box £15-20
1573.   XVIII Century Chargers, tankards, melon teapot, pin trays, ewer with mask pourer, etc. £15-30
1574.   Five Crocodile/Reptile Skin Handbags/Wallets. £50-70
1575.   Berquin [M]:The Friend of Youth, vols I and II, printed by C. Dilly, Poultry, J. Stockdale, Picadilly etc, 1788, leather binding; Milton [J]: Paradise Lost A Poem, ninth edition, printed for Jacob Tonfon; five other works (a/f). (8) £15-25
1576.   RONALD OSSORY DUNLOP (1894-1973)Near Arundel, pencil sketch, signed lower right, 18 x 27cm; A. PRIEST (1874-1929), Wooded Landscape, pencil sketch, signed lower left, 24 x 20cm; G. ROBLET
Near Bishop's Castle, Salop, oil, signed lower left, 20.5 x 27cm. (3) £20-40
1577.   XIX Century Unframed Maps of Portugal 1849, XVIII and XIX Century maps of Spain and Portugal, XVIII map of Western Coast of Africa, XIX Century map of New Portugal (now Brazil). £30-50
1578.   Morland [Nigel]: Mrs Pym of Scotland Yard, 1946 Vallancey Press Ltd; Wallace [Edgar] 'The Ringer', Hodder & Staunton 1st edition (dj); Cockin [Joan] 'Curiosity Killed The Cat', 1947; 'Racketeer of the Turf', 'Sheer Silk', etc (9):- One Box £15-25
1579.   A Boys Brigade Folding Cap, plated teapot, cigarette cards, coinage, etc:- One Tray £15-20
1580.   Child's Ottoman Cream Waistcoat, with silvered braid decoration. £30-40
1581.   A Late 1950's Pedigree 'Little Miss Vogue' Fashion Doll, with spare clothing (in original box). £20-40
1582.   Elliott Mantel Clock, oak candlestick converted to a lamp, plated egg cruet, tray. £20-30
1583.   Novelty Glass Animals, trinket box, 'Studs' box, "Head Girl"/"Sub Prefect"/"Prefect" badges, Meritor eye shade, thimbles, etc:- One Tray £15-20
1584.   Twenty Three Sheffield Clarion Ramblers, Editorials, dates from 1911-1912 to 1960-1961, some duplicates, plus others, etc. £40-60
1585.   Kelly's Directory of Sheffield and Rotherham 1965, 1973; Kelly's Directory of Derbyshire 1928. £10-20
1586.   A Forget Me Not Beadwork Cushion, circa 1900, in red velvet, approximately 22 x 22cm, possibly navy related. £30-50
1587.   A Life Saving Medal, pewter vesta cover, Laurel ladies shaver, lead figures, stamp case, Solo desk clock, XIX Century snuff box, candle snuffer, etc:- One Tray £20-40
1588.   A Silver Hallmarked Pair of Sugar Tongs, inkwell and ebony carved elephant, 1922 diary and miniature bound literature etc. £10-20
1589.   An Eccles Miners Lamp, brass watering can, candlesticks, plate. £20-30
1590.   A Mid XIX Century Copper Powder Flask, with embossed decoration of a hunting scene and pheasants within scrolling and swag borders, 20cm long; five early penknives, etc. £25-40
1591.   A Late XIX Century Japanese Bronzed Metal Opium Pipe Holder and Circular Box, on attached link chain, embossed with scrollwork and calligraphy, 16cm long. £20-30
1592.   A Bronze Karuwa Ewer, 7.5cm high and incense holder, possibly Indian. (2) £30-40
1593.   Two Goffering Irons, brass meat jack, spring scales, level, Happy Families, etc:- One Tray £20-40
1594.   A Black Forest Bear Inkwell, with head as hinged cover, Meerschaum pipe, camera's, dome topped caddy, etc:- One Tray £20-40
1595.   Cail of Newcastle on Tyne Brass Circles and Lines Measure; Halden & Reynolds and other geometry cased sets:- One Tray £15-25
1596.   A 1950's Bush 'Type D.A.C. 90A' Cream Bakelite Valve Radio, with circular gilt grille and a Kodak mottled brown bakelite Hawkette No. 2 camera. (2) £20-30
1597.   Donald Trump - American President, autograph, unverified, black marker signed in a black and white image of him, by front of staircase, personal notation part obliterated; Oliver North, Aaron Spelling, Status Quo autographs, unverified, publicity cards. £30-50
1598.   Copyright Black and White Photographs of Sheffield Trams and Buses, in the 1950's and 1960's:- One Box £20-40
1599.   E.C.Hardaker, Dale Scenes, Watercolour, 8 x 11.5cm, signed, four engraving of Sheffield and Derbyshire. (6) £15-20
1600.   A Gillett & Co Clock Makers and Bell Founders, Croydon, London, Fusee Clock Movement. £20-40
1601.   A & B.C 'The Beatles' Cards, mid XX Century publicity cards with signed and facsimile signatures, photograph and film studio envelopes, etc:- One Tray £30-40
1602.   Quantity of Postcards, including Guinness Brewery Dublin, circa 1920's-1930's, photograph album with images, Brooke Bond tea cards:- One Box £15-30
1603.   A Pair of Leather Gent's 'Slade' 1970's High Heel Boots, plus a pair of circa 1930's leather boots. £25-40
1604.   The Modern Motor Car: Shell-Mex BP, circa 1930's, covers illustrated by Maurice Beck with six large colour plates, some with moveable components, paperback; two others 'The Modern Commercial Vehicle' and 'The Modern Aeroplane'; four John Player cigarette card albums (complete) and a small quantity of loose stamps. £50-80
1605.   Wilkinson Sword, circa 1970's Presentation Sword, etched to one side, brass septagonal shield to cruciform hilt, turned wooden hand grip, 85.5cm long. £40-60
1606.   A Resin Chess Set, as Chinese figures and board. £15-25
1607.   R. Fennell, Views of Wakefield, series No. 1 - six images in folio; series No. 2 - ten images in folio. £15-25
1608.   Hunters Bow and Two Arrows in Animal Skin Bag, sword in leather scabbard, Stahlbahn ice skates. £15-30
1609.   A Sexton U.S.A Metal Wall Plaque, depicting eight American Civil War bandsman, plus a pair of metal maracas. £20-30
1610.   Small Collectable Items, including two envelope style flip open cigarette cases, multi-blade knife, horn beaker, railway watch, Victorian beaded purse, etc. £20-30
1611.   A Quantity of Assorted Advertising Playing Cards, including Andrews Liver Salts, Green-Stripe, etc. £15-25
1612.   Four Original Boxes of Sheffield Cutlery, by Joseph Rogers Ltd and Atkinson Brothers, plus a quantity of vintage shaving pieces including an 'Allegro' cased razor blade sharpening machine, a 'Ross Benegal' Tr-SIde hone a Valet Auto-Strop razor, etc:- One Tray £20-30
1613.   A Quantity of Assorted Vintage Pens, including fountain and dip styles. £15-30
1614.   A Pair of 'Bausch & Lomb' Military Binoculars, stamped 'Signal Corps US Army', a WWII A.R.P brass bell, an early 1900's steamship photo frame, plus a WWI silk handkerchief. £20-30
1615.   A Smiths Astral Ships Wall Clock, in cylindrical brass casing on mahogany backing. £20-30
1616.   A Group pf 1937-38 Motoring Trophies, won by a Mr. C.R. Cripps. £15-25
1617.   Nine Facsimile Billy Bunter and Associated Hard Back Facsimile Annuals, Frank Richards interest. £5-10
1618.   An Early XX Century Black Morrocco Covered Box, oak specimen case. £20-40
1619.   WMF - Pair of Brass Ovoid Vases, with scroll and floral band to shoulders, stamped and numbered '45', 18cm high, an octagonal green glass biscuit jar in brass holder, stamp WMF OX EP I/O £15-30
1620.   P.H. & S German Made Oak Cased Mantel Clock, with fourteen day movement; another similar by Wurttemberg. (2) £15-30
1621.   A Pair of Shoe Lasts as Book Ends, decorated with scrap pictures. £15-20
1622.   A XIX Century Grand Tour Bronze Figure of a Discus Thrower, on circular base, 12.5cm high; another of Minerva. (2) £80-100
1623.   An Early XX Century Welsh Miners Safety Lamp, with applied oval tablet 'British Coal Mining Company Wales, Aberaman Colliery, Serial No. 49068'. £20-30
1624.   An XVIII Century French Soft Metal Travelling Holy Water Container, the hinged lid opening to reveal two stoppered phials, 11cm high, 9.5cm wide. £70-90
1625.   Wilkinson Sword, circa 1950's Cricket Presentation Sword, etched on one side with cricketing scenes, brass shield to cruciform hilt, wired green leather hand grip, 105cm long. £40-60
1626.   An Arts & Crafts Copper Pedestal Planter, with wavy rim, embossed foliage and heart shaped panels to body, 29cm high. £30-50
1627.   An Early XX Century Black Slate Mantel Clock, with Corinthian columns, Arabic numerals to cream chapter ring, 32cm wide. £20-30
1628.   A Pair of Neo Gothic Bronze Candlesticks, each of circular form on triform base, 18cm high. £30-50
1629.   A Wolf Safety Lamp by Wm Maurice, Sheffield, two mining figures. £20-30
1630.   An Art Deco Lamp, with mottled glass shade on a black gilded chinoiserie painted base, plus an Art Deco Bakelite alarm clock, by Unis, France. £30-40
1630A.  'Ouija:Mystifying Oracle' Board Set by Waddington, with pointed (bought from Redgates, Sheffield) - poor box. £15-25
1631.   A Browns Self Interpreting Family Bible, with brass mounts. £10-15
1632.   Six Victorian Irons, including Kenrick, Tozot, Williams, Enterprize. £20-30
1633.   Two Stoneware Pottery Spirit Barrels, featuring crest, lions and vines. (2) £30-40
1634.   A Pine Shop Box, with porcelain handles to two drawers and later advert to top, 54cm wide. £20-40
1635.   An Early to Mid XX Century Clinker Built Pond Yacht, with single mast, lead keel and fixed rudder, approximately 92cm long, the hull depth approximately 23cm to bottom of keel. £100-200
1636.   An Austin Reed Ltd Gentleman's Black Top Hat, contained in a brown leather box, with brush. £70-90
1637.   Chemists Pill Making Machine, in mahogany and brass. £30-50
1638.   A Silver Handled Walking Cane, hardwood cane with hooped handle. (2) £30-40
1639.   A Set of Three Late XIX Century Brass Fire Irons, comprising: tongs, shovel and poker, each with lion handle. (3) £20-30
1640.   A Painted Stick Stand, Gregory hand forged knife with indented hardwood grip, cylindrical iron counterweight 46cm high overall. (3) £20-40
1641.   A Mushroom Table Lamp, in the Guzzini style, white plastic shade, orange, metal base, 44cm high overall (sold for spares or repairs only).. £20-40
1642.   A Collection of Military Clothing, including American naval reefer style jacket, British army greatcoat, trousers, beret etc, Wrens petty officers dress with radio operators stripes, RAF off duty dress £20-40
1643.   HMV Portable Gramophone, in black leatherette covering and records. £20-30
1644.   Embroidered, Tatting and Crocheted Table Linen, damask napkins, cut and white work bed covers, linen sheets etc:- One Box £30-50
1645.   1960's Colour Postcards of Sheffield, Castle Market, Market Day, The Moor, The University, other postcards and photographs of Sheffield. £10-15
1646.   A Quantity of First Days Covers:- One Box £15-30
1647.   Folio Books - Ten Jane Austen volumes, Mervyn Peake, Dorothy L. Sayers, Graham Greene, The Captain and Family :- One Box £10-20
1648.   XIX Century Unframed Maps of Spain and Portugal, XIX Century map of 'Island of Madeira', etc:- One Box £10-15
1649.   A Scandalli 'Scott Wood Four' Piano Accordion (seventeen black keys, twenty-four white), in fitted case. £40-60
1650.   A 1940's Poster "Where the Bombs Fell in Sheffield"; plus other WWII related magazines etc:- One Box £15-25
1651.   E. Burn (Exhibited at St Lukes Show at Sheffield Town Hall), Large Circular Embroidered Panels, one featuring Angel Fish, the other Floral scene, needlework signed, both 109cm diameter. (2) £30-50
1652.   E. Burn (Exhibited at St Lukes Show at Sheffield Town Hall), Large Circular Embroidered Panels, one featuring Sun and Planet, the other Scrollwork, both needlework signed, 109cm diameter. (2) £30-50
1653.   E. Burn (Exhibited at St Lukes Show at Sheffield Town Hall), Large Circular Embroidered Panels, one featuring animals on felt, the other with Greek letters, both needlework signed, 109cm diameter. (2) £30-50
1654.   A Brass Six Branch Ceiling Light, with scroll decoration and acorn finial, a smaller three branch example. (2) £20-40
1655.   A Pair of Six Branch Brass Ceiling Lights, with beaded and swag decoration, four similar two branch wall lights, shades £30-50
1656.   A Circa 1940's - 1950's Chrome Milk Glass Art Deco Style Ceiling Lamp. £20-30
1657.   An Early XX Century Copper Coal Scuttle, with applied brass handle. £8-15
1658.   Bush Type A.C.41 and Ever Ready Mid XX Century Walnut Cased Radios, (sold for spares or repairs only). (2) £15-30
1659.   Railway Type Carriage Door, with glass panel 68 x 48cm, brass sliding vents, strips and handle, 'Spitting Prohibited' and 'Smoking Prohibited' lettering (heat affected). £40-80
1660.   A Pair of Victorian Slate Mine Plan Tins. £20-40
1661.   A Gents Black Leather Sheepskin Flying Style Jacket, size M; together with two vintage gents black leather jackets. (3) £30-50
1662.   Clothes Ceiling Airer, Sisis Aedrain fork, painted six drawer office file. £20-40
1663.   Two Folding Deck Chairs, teak coffee table with dish top. £15-25
1664.   A Painted Pine Box, 51cm wide 33.5cm high. £15-25
1665.   A Wicker Mannequin, in the Lloyd loom style, 71cm high. £20-40
1666.   A Pair of Bronze Effect Table Lamps, (untested sold for parts only). £15-25
1667.   Angelica and Mervi Acoustic Guitars, with carry cases. (2) £20-30
1668.   A Slope Front Pine Ship Counter Display Cabinet, 24" x 24". £25-40
1669.   Leather Suitcase, with corner strengtheners. £15-30
1670.   WWII Canvas Covered Water Bottle, 'British Boudoir' iron and another, Kodak 'Duoflex' camera in a vintage tan leather suitcase. £20-30
1671.   A Chinese Style Vessel, with a lid, twin handles; together with one other similar vessel, (damage). £10-20
1672.   A Heavy Copper Cylindrical Two Handled Pan, circa 1900, with cover, 34cm high and wide excluding handles. A heavy copper large bowl with brass handles, stamped 64240, 49cm diameter excluding handles. (2) £50-80
1673.   A Brass Standard Lamp, circa early XX Century, with triform scroll topped supports on three legs, having pad feet (sold for spares or repairs only).
£70-100
1674.   A XIX Century Brass Altar Candlestick, (converted to a standard lamp) with quatrefoil gallery and twisted column, on stepped circular base, with paw feet, 155cm high (sold for spares or repairs only).
£50-80
1675.   A Pair of 'Duckworths Essences and Colours' Advertising Cards, 36 x 44cm. £20-30
1676.   A Pair of Japanese Lacquered Wall Panels, featuring Geisha Girls in mother of pearl, 90 x 40cm. £20-40
1677.   A Middle Eastern Tasselled Wool Runner, with full and split lozenges to black central ground, within geometric border, 266.5 x 78.5cm. Two prayer mats, sewn together as a bag. (2) £20-40
1678.   A XX Century Persian Style Wool Rug, with a geometric decoration tassel ends. £20-40
1679.   A Middle Eastern Wool Tasselled Rug, circa early to mid XX Century, featuring three large adjoined lozenges to centre, within geometric border on rust red ground, 254 x 178.5cm. £40-60
1680.   Two Chinese Wool Rugs, with floral decoration on blue and red grounds, the smallest 124 x 67cm. £15-30
1681.   A Tasselled Wool Runner, with five rows of many lozenges on cream ground within Greek key mustard border, 236 x 92cm; a Pakistan wool tasselled rug with ten central octagonal motifs. (2) £20-40
1682.   A Middle Eastern Wool Rug, with Greek key and geometric motifs to many striped bands on deep red ground, loose stranded to back, 264 x 142cm. £20-40
1683.   A Chinese Design Carpet, featuring many motifs and Greek key border, 225 x 238cm. £20-40
1684.   A Pakistan Wool Tasselled Rug, featuring five rows each of eighteen shaped motifs to centre within geometric border on silver blue ground, 276 x 179cm. £30-50
1685.   An Imperial Jewel Mustard Coloured Tassled Wool Rug, 185 x 93cm, Chinese rug and mat. (3) £20-30
1686.   A Late XVIII Century Oak Thirty-Hour Longcase Clock, the engraved brass dial inscribed "Garland Sunderland", with pierced astragals, Roman numerals and minute dial, stepped pediment to arched door with reeded columns and egg and dart beading, 212cm high. £100-150
1687.   A XIX Century Mahogany and Oak Longcase Clock, with swan neck canopy, turned spindles to hood, reeded quarter spandrels to body, eight day movement, W Terry Beddell to painted white dial with subsidiary dial, later base. £60-100
1688.   A XIX Century Mahogany and Oak Longcase Clock, with swan neck canopy and turned side pillars to hood, quarter reeded spandrels to body, the painted dial by Rob Law & Co., Dumfries, featuring 'Brig of Doon' scene, eight-day movement with two subsidiary dials. £100-200
1689.   An Early XX Century Mahogany Banjo Barometer, 'Hempenstall, Dublin' to silvered dial. £15-25
1690.   A XIX Century Walnut Vienna Wall Clock, pediment with turned finials, circular dial, with Roman numerals, gadrooned base. £15-30
1691.   A XIX Century Mahogany Wall Clock, with a white dial, Roman numerals, fusee movement, case with S shaped decoration. £50-100
1692.   Gledhill Brook Oak Cased Rectangular Wall Clock, with Simples 8-Day movement, formerly a time recorder with original brass In/Out labels to lower section. £50-80
1693.   T. Peebles, Woodland Stream, Oil on Board, 59.5 x 90cm, signed and dated 1988; plus three coloured prints. (4). £15-25
1694.   Peter Owen Jones 'In Town Yesterday' Limited Edition Colour Print, of 850, 40 x 53cm, graphite signed P.O. Jones. £30-40
1695.   George Cunningham (Sheffield Artist) 'London Road' Limited Edition Colour Print, 97 of 350, 32 x 41cm, signed. £20-40
1696.   •AFTER JACOB KRAMER (1892-1962) (ARR)
Portrait of a Lady, lithograph, signed by the artist.
49 x 41cm. £30-50
1697.   A XIX Century Silhouette Father and Daughter, 17 x 25cm, XIX Century watercolour of 'Cockmill 1808', 31.5 x 42.5cm both in birds eye maple frames. (2) £20-40
1698.   Tom Whitehead 'Market Place, Ely' etching, 21.5 x 31.5cm graphite signed, two Cruickshank prints and Rowlandson example. (4) £15-30
1699.   Ros Nosworthy (Sheffield Artist) Steam Train Travelling Over Viaduct, watercolour, 39 x 53cm, signed lower right; Terry Gorman (Sheffield Artist) Sheffield Kidney Institute, watercolour 27.5 x 37.5cm signed lower right, a similar print. (3) £30-40
1700.   A. L. BOGGETT (English School), Quails at Home, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1893 lower right, 34 x 94cm. £30-50
1701.   •GEORGE CUNNINGHAM (Sheffield Artist, 1924-1996) (ARR), Baslow, pen and ink, unsigned, bears Hibbert Bros. label verso,21 x 28cm, Another, 'Bakewell', pen and ink, unsigned, bears Hibbert Bros. label verso, 22 x 51cm. (2) £80-120
1702.   •GEORGE CUNNINGHAM (Sheffield Artist, 1924-1996) (ARR), Where No Birds Fly, pen and ink, signed lower edge, bears Hibbert Bros. label verso,12 x 19cm; Another, 'Fox House' pen and ink, unsigned, bears Hibbert Bros. label verso,19 x 39cm. (2) £80-120
1703.   A XIX Century Watercolour on Glass, 'Boating Scene', 40 x 60.5cm, after T. Hopland; Sheffield from Meersbrook Park, colour print, 28.5 x 43.5cm; After Callot harbour scene colour print. (3) £15-30
1704.   Florence, Fishing Boat in Port, oil on canvas, signed lower right, 50 x 60cm; John S. Gibb, 'L.& Y.R. at Manchester Victoria', signed black and white print. (2) £15-25
1705.   W.S. Stainforth? 'Mill Beck, Robin Hoods Bay', Watercolour, 29.5 x 23.5cm, details in mount. £15-20
1706.   •TIM SLATTER (Contemporary) (ARR)
Giants Cradle, etching number 3 of a limited edition of 75, signed and dated (19)98 in lower right margin,
42 x 68cm. £20-30
1707.   HARRY FRANCIS (FRANK) CONSTANTINE (1919-2014) (Sheffield Artist) (ARR), Staffordshire Dog and Jug of Flowers, oil on canvas, unsigned, bears artist label verso, 72 x 49.5cm. £25-40
1708.   A Regency Style Convex Wall Mirror, with eagle surmount and foliate garland, with beadwork frieze, 86cm long. £50-75
1709.   A Quantity of Children's Educational Prints, after Eileen A Sopley, 37.5 x 47cm, (twenty six) in folio. £15-30
1710.   A Folio of Old Master Prints. £15-25
1711.   Debenhams Rectangular Bevelled Wall Mirror, 99 x 68cm wooden floral panel in ebonised frame. £15-20
1712.   •AFTER SIR WILLIAM RUSSELL FLINT (1880-1969) (ARR)
Variations III, print, number 650 of a limited edition of 850, blind stamp,
49 x 68cm. £25-40
1713.   An Arched Topped Bevelled Wall Mirror, in gilt frame, rectangular example. £15-30
1714.   David Hockney, The Tate Gallery 1980, poster (fading). £10-15
1715.   Two Gilt Rectangular Wall Mirrors; together with an oval shaped wall mirror. (3) £15-20
1716.   Abstract Mercury Effect Sinuous Design on Nine Card Panels, stuck on a flame orange ground, oil on canvas, signed indistinctly verso, 105cm square; two further abstract oils on canvas. (3) £15-30
1717.   After W. Monk 'Cloth Hall, Ypres', hand tinted etching, graphite signed lower right margin, blind strap lower left, 50 x 65cm. £10-20
1718.   Pete Rumney, Desolate Landscape Scenes, with traditional matchstick figures, pair acrylic paintings, both signed, 39 x 49cm. (2) £50-80
1719.   H.S. Percy, Tranquil River Scenes, with female figures and sheep, pair watercolours, signed, 42 x 53cm. £40-60
1720.   G. Pretty, Horse Pulling Boat by Figure with Village in Distance, watercolour, 16.5 x 24cm, signed and dated '91. W. Lowe 'Near Ringinglow', watercolour 10 x 15cm, signed lower right, another sepia watercolour 'Attercliffe Church', XIX Century carriage scene photo. (4) £20-40
1721.   •PHILIP NAVIASKY (1894-1983) (ARR)
A Crowd of Figures, pen and ink, signed lower right,
22.5 x 32.5cm. £35-50
1722.   Ross Wilson (Sheffield Artist), Original Artworks, 'I See You' 50.5cm square and 'Showing Off' pendant, 40.5 x 50.5cm, both signed. (2) £20-40
1723.   Portrait of a Child, XIX Century, watercolour, signed and dated, test verso "Alexander Stanesby, portrait painter, flourished in the middle of the XIX Century, exhibited at the R.A. and Suffolk St.". £30-40
1724.   T. Peebles, Rural Cottage in Winter Time, Oil on Board, 59.5 x 90cm, signed and dated 1986. £15-25
1725.   Kinnaird (Probably Henry Jones), Rydal Water From Ambleside, Watercolour, 34 x 50.5cm, signed lower left, titled L.R. £100-200
1726.   •AFTER SIR WILLIAM RUSSELL FLINT (1880-1969) (ARR)
Silver and White, print, number 154 of a limited edition of 850, with blindstamp,
34 x 58cm. £25-40
1727.   Two XIX Century Coloured Lithographs, Abbey Ruins, 28.5 x 46.5cm. £15-30
1728.   I. Cafieri Woodland Landscape with Cottage by River, Oil on Canvas, 59.5 x 90cm, signed lower right. £20-30
1729.   Attributed to Owen Jennings, 'Settle Market Place' Watercolour, 31.5 x 29cm, details verso. After Henry C. Dickens, mezzotint, study of a young girl, 24.5 x 19.5cm, signed. (2) £40-60
1730.   •TERENCE BENNETT (Doncaster Artist, b.1935) (ARR), Farm with Old Mill, Selby, oil on canvas, signed and dated (19)89 lower left,44 x 59.5cm. £40-60
1731.   Mary Dore Falconer (Welsh Artist), Remote White Cottage in Mountain Landscape, oil on canvas, 70.5 x 110cm, signed lower right. £30-50
1732.   Ross Wilson (Sheffield Artist), Original Artworks, 'Redhead' 50 x 40cm and 'Blonde', 50.5cm square, both signed. (2) £20-40
1733.   Michael Crawley (Derbyshire Artist) Vale of Pickering Watercolour, 3.5 x 41.5cm, signed lower right. £20-40
1734.   Durian, XX Century Continental Oil on Canvas, of a market street scene with flower sellers and family in the foreground, signed lower left. £20-40
1735.   After Georgia Pesket, 'Joy' and 'Punks Jump Up', two limited edition colour canvas prints, each 1/30, 49.5 x 70cm. (2) £10-20
1736.   •ERIC SATCHWELL (b.1926) (ARR), Rock Form, oil on board, signed, titled and dated 12/61 verso, 53 x 46cm. £20-30
1736A.  •AFTER JACOB KRAMER (1892-1962) (ARR)
Portrait of Dorothy Una Ratcliffe, lithograph, number 25/30, signed by the artist.
50 x 37.5cm. £40-60
1737.   W.H. Kirby, Bakewell Scene, with bridge in foreground, watercolour, 35.5 x 52.5cm, signed lower right. £30-50
1738.   Pete Rumney, Desolate Landscape Scenes, with traditional matchstick figures hand in hand at sunset, pair acrylic paintings, both signed, one dated 2004, 39 x 49cm. (2) £50-80
1739.   Hazel Lale (Sheffield Artist) 'Time for Tea' and 'Tea', pair of watercolours 10.5 x 16cm signed and titled; Attributed to Kenneth Keeble-Smith, Landscape with Distant Cottages, ink and watercolour 36 x 47.5cm details verso. £20-30
1740.   J. Hughes Clayton, Flower Picking in the Garden, watercolour, signed lower left 23 x 17.5cm; David R. Mason, The Windmill, Crosby 1973, oil on board, details verso, 28.5 x 36cm. (2) £10-15
1741.   A Late XIX Century Oil on Canvas, Still Life of Flowers in Plant Pots on Window Sill, in a gesso frame decorated with acorns, initials bottom right H.I.R. £15-20
1742.   Abraham Hulk Junior, Figure on a Woodland Track, with distant cottage, oil on canvas, signed lower right and dated 1883, 39.5 x 75cm. £60-90
1743.   •GUUS MELAI (Dutch, 1923-2000) (ARR), Trees in a Landscape, oil on canvas, signed and dated (19)49 lower right, 44 x 34cm. £30-50
1744.   British School, Circa 1900, Remote Country Scenes, pair gouaches, unsigned, 23.5 x 44cm. £20-40
1745.   An Early XX Century Oil on Canvas, of a river scene with bridge and two men fishing, unsigned. £20-30
1746.   •SELINA THORP (Leeds Artist, b.1968) (ARR)
Fishing Boats in a Harbour, mixed media, signed lower right,
21.5 x 30cm. £35-50
1747.   A 1920's Walnut Cocktail Cabinet, upper section with cupboard doors, fitted interior, over cupboard doors, on a plinth base (sold for spares or repairs only).
£100-150
1748.   A XX Century Walnut Sewing Table, with a hinged lid, serpentine shaped drawer on cabriole legs. £15-20
1749.   A 1920's Oak Stool, with bergeres panel to dish top, on turned legs. £15-20
1750.   A XX Century Walnut Bow Fronted Chest of Drawers, with four drawers on bracket feet. £30-50
1751.   'D' Ended Onyx Topped Table, on brass base; similar two tier table and lamp (sold for spares or repairs only).
(3) £20-40
1752.   An Early XX Century Oak Court Cupboard, with pokerwork vine carving to twin drawers and pediment, upper door flanked by linen fold diagonal panels, arched twin panelled doors, cup and cover supports, 156cm high 136cm wide. £50-100
1753.   Three Small Book Cabinets, each with bakelite handle and lift up glazed door, 64.5cm wide. £20-40
1754.   A XIX Century Mahogany Drop Leaf Dining Table, on tapering legs. £10-20
1755.   A 1920's Mahogany Bergere Armchair, with a caned back and arms, drop in seats, on cabriole legs; together with a XiX Century ebonised bedroom chair. (2) £10-15
1756.   A Late XVII Century Joined Oak Single Chair, with scroll carving to twin bar back, turned and block supports, united by bobbin stretcher. £50-80
1757.   A XIX Century Mahogany Flat Fronted Corner Cupboard, with glazed astragal door. £15-25
1758.   A Late XVIII Century Oak Mahogany Bow Fronted Corner Cupboard, with three internal shelves. £30-50
1759.   Four Harlequin Set of Ladder Back Chairs, with rushed seats - together with a pair of late XVIII Century elm shield back chairs. (6) £10-20
1760.   An Early XIX Century and Later Mahogany Breakfronted Secretaire Bookcase, with stepped pediment, glazed Gothic style astragal doors, the base with central secretaire drawer to fitted interior, flanking sides with small drawers over cupboard doors, on bracket feet (married), 245cm high, 236cm wide. £100-200
1761.   An Oak Spinning Chair, with pokerwork carved back, swivel topped oak coffee table. (2) £20-40
1762.   An XVIII Century Style Oak Dresser, rack with shaped cornice, central cupboard door, open shelves, base with three small drawers, shaped apron, on cabriole legs. £80-120
1763.   A Mahogany Bureau Bookcase, dentil cornice, over twin astragal glazed doors, fall front above brushing slides and four long drawers, bracket feet with shaped apron piece. £10-15
1764.   A XIX Century Oak Drop Leaf Table, (with adjustable movement), (not working), tapering pedestals, with brass screws, centre rail, on shaped feet, (possibly made of a ship); together with a single ash chair. £15-20
1765.   A 1920's Oak Sideboard, with low back, two drawers flanked by end cupboards, on block supports, 137cm wide. £20-30
1766.   A Late XIX Century Walnut Chest of Drawers, with low back, two short drawers, two long drawers, on bracket feet. £10-20
1767.   A XX Century Bookcase, with open shelves, cupboard door. £20-40
1768.   A XIX Century Mahogany Book Cabinet, with knulled carving to pediment and waist, astragal glazed upper doors over panelled cupboard doors, adjustable shelves, 118cm wide. £150-250
1769.   XX Century Walnut Display Cabinet, with twin glazed doors, over cupboard doors, on cabriole legs. £20-40
1770.   A Three Piece Lounge Suite, comprising a two seater settee and two armchairs, each with low shaped backs, scrolled arms on carved mahogany supports with roundal, blind wave fretwork and gadrooned borders on ball and claw feet. (3) £50-80
1771.   A Yew Wood Bedside Chest, with two drawers, on bracket feet; together with a mahogany drop leaf table. (2) £10-20
1772.   A Late XVIII Early XIX Century Mahogany Drop Leaf Table, with two centre legs. £30-40
1773.   An Early XX Century Oak Plant Table, with floral carving to rectangular top, on bobbin supports united by 'H' stretcher; another similar. £20-30
1774.   A XX Century Walnut Bureau, with a fall front, fitted interior, three long drawers, cabriole legs. £10-20
1775.   Mahogany XIX Century Style Games Table, with a chessboard top, reeded pedestal on cabriole legs. £15-20
1776.   A Jones treadle Sewing Machine, with contents. £15-30
1777.   An Early XX Century Mahogany Occasional Table, with wavy oval top, on cabriole legs. £20-30
1778.   An Early XX Century Oak Piano Stool, with tapestry top to box seat. £15-25
1779.   A Metal Based Coffee Table, with green marble rectangular top. £15-30
1780.   A Set of Three Early Matching 1900's Bentwood Chairs, with spindle backs. £40-60
1781.   A Stag Reproduction Mahogany Chest of Drawers, fitted with a configuration of four long and three short drawers. £30-50
1782.   A Six Drawer Pine Chest, on plinth base, width 133cm. £20-30
1783.   A Pair of Kitchen Stools, on turned legs; together with two other kitchen stools. (4) £10-15
1784.   A 1920's Mahogany Easy Chair, with scroll hand rests, cabriole legs, bergeres back and side. £15-25
1785.   A Painted Circular Topped Farmhouse Table, and four spindle back chairs. £30-50
1786.   A XX Century Oak Coffer, with a twin panelled top and base, on bun feet. £20-40
1787.   A XX Century Teak Rectangular Shaped Nest of Tables. £30-50
1788.   A Nest of Teak Coffee Tables, circa 1970's in the G Plan style, with 'U' supports. £30-50
1789.   A XIX Century Oak Sideboard, with moulded top, scroll and berry carving to three cushion front drawers, carved soldier panels to doors of twin pedestals on breakfront plinths, approximately 244cm wide. £80-120
1790.   A Circa Mid XX Century Coffee Table, with handpainted CLIPPER - 'THE TIGER' to table top. £20-30
1791.   A XIX Century Mahogany Chest of Drawers, with a crossbanded top, two short and long drawers, on bracket feet. £50-80
1792.   An Early XIX Century Copper Warming Pan, with a fruitwood turned handle; together with an early XX Century wall hanging cabinet. £15-20
1793.   A Spanish Pine Sideboard, with long and short drawer over cupboard doors carved with flowerheads, 139.5cm wide. £20-30
1794.   A XIX Century Walnut Pedestal Table; together with a walnut footstool and a mahogany stool. (3) £20-30
1795.   A Painted Laundry Box; together with one other laundry box. £10-20
1796.   A Mid XX Century Walnut Bow Fronted China Cabinet, interior glass shelving, on squat cabriole legs. £10-15
1797.   An Edwardian Mahogany Oval Shaped Occasional Table, with a crossbanded top, inlaid marquetry centre, tapering legs, with undershelf. £10-20
1798.   A Waring & Gillows Early XX Century Mahogany Oval Shaped Wind Out Dining Table, on tapering legs, spade feet, (with two leaves). £20-40
1799.   A Set of Four Mid XIX Century Mahogany Dining Chairs, with a 'C' scroll top rail, upholstered back and seat, serpentine front rail, on forefront cabriole legs. £20-30
1800.   A XIX Century and Later Mahogany Sofa Table, with drop leaves, two small drawers, swept legs, centre turned rail. £40-60
1801.   A Nest of Oak Coffee Tables, swivel top coffee table, barley twist smokers stand. (2) £10-20
1802.   A Late XIX Century Walnut Sideboard, with curved upper drawers over four straight fronted drawers, on turned legs. £20-40
1803.   A XIX Century Walnut Credenza, with breakfront, bowed end glazed doors, central cupboard door, all-over inlay, ormolu and gilt mounts, 150.5cm wide. £100-200
1804.   WITHDRAWN
A Late XVII Century Oak Blanket Box, with four panelled top and base, on stile feet, 60cm high, 134cm wide. £50-100
1805.   An Early XX Century Oak Pedestal Desk, with crossbanded top, brown leather sciver, central drawer, the pedestals with slides over drawers, plinth base, 76cm high, 154cm wide. £100-200
1806.   A XX Century Walnut Dining Suite, with draw leaf table, on carved cabriole legs with ball and claw feet, with ten matching dining chairs, with arched top rail and upholstered back and seats, on cabriole legs, with ball and claw forefront legs. (11) £300-500
1806A.  A Georgian Mahogany Pedestal Table, with snap action to circular 66cm diameter top, with spiral baluster on tripod feet. £50-80
1807.   A XIX Century Mahogany Breakfast Table, the circular top with moulded edge, on carved cabriole legs and scroll feet, 80cm high, 124cm wide. £50-100
1808.   A Set of Six (Five Single and One Carver) Matched XVIII Century Style Mahogany Dining Chairs, with rail supports, upholstered seats on tapering legs, the carver chair with arched top rail, shaped arms and upholstered seat on tapering legs. (6) £50-75
1809.   An Early XX Century Mahogany Extending Dining Table (possibly Waring & Gillow), the rectangular top with moulded edge, plain frieze, raised on tapering legs carved with flowerheads, with two additional leaves, 210cm wide, 304cm extended. £100-200
1810.   A Set of Six XIX Century Mahogany Dining Chairs, with upholstered back and seats on turned and reeded forefront legs. £40-60
1811.   A Set of Four XIX Century Mahogany Sabre Leg Dining Chairs, with a shaped top, rails, drop in seats on sabre legs. £30-50
1812.   An Early XX Century Satinwood Cylinder Bureau, with crossbanded top, cylinder fall to fitted interior, two drawers over cupboard doors with oval panels, on bracket feet, 98cm high, 67cm wide. £100-150
1813.   A Yew Wood Dolls Crib; together with a mahogany wine table. (2)
1814.   A XX Century Large Oak Double Gate Leg Table, with a oval top, on turned and block supports. £50-100
1815.   A Yew Wood Pedestal Desk, with a crossbanded top, brown leather sciver, three drawers, twin pedestals with drawers and cupboards on bracket feet. £30-50
1816.   An Early XVIII Century Joined Oak Side Table, with a rectangular top, on turned and block supports. £30-50
1817.   A XIX Century Mahogany Chest, with two banks each of two drawers, on turned legs, 74.5cm wide. £30-50
1818.   An Oak Coffer, in the XVIII Century manner, with four panelled top and fascia, on stile feet, 122cm wide. £60-90
1818A.  A Modern Clear Acrylic Rectangular Coffee Table, 90cm long. £20-40
1819.   A Stained Hardwood Metamorphic Library Chair. £30-50
1820.   An Early XX Century Mahogany Table Top Cabinet, with fall front revealing three baize lined drawers, 53cm wide. £40-60
1821.   A Mahogany Bedside Chest, of two short and three long drawers, on bracket feet, 42cm wide. £20-30
1822.   A Late XIX Century Mahogany Pedestal Desk, with crossbanded top, green leather sciver, the twin pedestals each with four marquetry inlaid graduated drawers, and with similar foliate and cherub inlaid panel to rear of desk, on plinth base (originally a dressing table), 72cm high, 130cm wide. £80-120
1823.   An Early XVIII Century Walnut Chest of Drawers, with a crossband top, three small top drawers, three long drawers, all with feather banding, on bracket feet. £100-150
1824.   A Late XVIII Century Oak Dresser Base, with marquetry crossbanded top, central drawer over twin panelled cupboards and flanking drawers, on ogee feet, 86cm high, 190cm wide. £200-300
1825.   A Pair of Chinese Style Hardwood Occasional Tables, with rectangular tops, on square legs. £30-50
1826.   An Early XX Century Mahogany Sideboard, with gadrooned carved border, three drawers over twin cupboards on carved cabriole legs terminating with ball and claw feet, 172.5cm wide. £40-60
1827.   A XIX Century Mahogany Armchair, with an upholstered back seat, shaped arms, on turned forefront legs. £25-45
1828.   A Pair of XIX Century Oak Dining Chairs, with upholstered back and seats, on turned and reeded forefront legs. (2) £10-20
1829.   A Pair of 1920's Oak Open Armchair's, with studded leatherette back and seats. £40-60
1830.   Rackstraw Set of Six Mahogany Chippendale Style Dining Chairs, each with vase pierced splat and moulded legs. £30-50
1831.   An Early XIX Century Mahogany Commode Elbow Chair, with a rectangular and bar back shaped arms, turned legs. £10-20
1832.   A Set of Six XX Century Ladder Back Chairs, with rushed seats on cabriole legs, (one arm - five single chairs). £8-10
1833.   A Set of Eight Ash Chairs, (six single and two elbow chairs), with ladderback rails, rushed seats, turned central rails, united by stretchers. £50-100
1834.   Seven Mahogany Sabre Leg Dining Chairs. (7) £10-20
1835.   A Mahogany Drum Wine Table and Nest of Tables, all with inset scrivers. £20-30
1836.   A 1920's Oak Dresser, rack with a 'C' scroll cornice, barley twist support, two shelves with bead work decoration, base with two cupboard doors, on barley twist legs, united by stretchers. £30-50
1837.   A Corner Stool, incurved frame, upholstered floral decoration on a cream field, on tapering ring turned legs. £20-30
1838.   An Early XX Century Walnut Display Cabinet, with arched and shaped back, twin glazed bow fronted doors, concave centre, over three small bow fronted drawers, the frieze with 'C' scroll decoration, on turned supports with undershelf, 228cm high, 102cm wide. £200-300
1839.   A Mahogany Sofa Table, with single and faux drawers, on lyre ends united by stretcher. £20-30
1840.   An Edwardian Mahogany Occasional Table, with a rectangular top, moulded edge, on turned supports with undertier, on shaped legs. £30-50
1841.   An Early XX Century Chinese Chippendale Style Display Cabinet, the pediment with Greek key decoration, blind fret frieze, twin glazed doors with three internal shelves, gadrooned base, fretwork apron, on square supports with blind fret decoration, 182cm high, 124cm wide. £150-250
1842.   A XIX Century Ash Elm Windsor Chair, with a hooped back, pierced splat on turned legs with crinoline stretcher (damage). £40-60
1843.   An XVIII Century Oak Chest on Stand, the upper with stepped pediment, two small and three long drawers with blind fret decoration, the base with three long drawers on bracket feet, 178cm high, 103cm wide. £200-300
1844.   A Late XIX Century Walnut Sideboard, with egg and dart carving to shaped mirror back, stepped pediment and acanthus leaf baluster supports, the base with three drawers and four cupboard doors, all on bun feet, 175cm wide. £150-250