Antiques & Collectables Auction on
Friday 20th April 2018

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1.      An Early XX Century(?) Continental Pottery Jug, with applied decoration; together with a Majolica style vase with stylised flowers with impressed mark "UP", (damaged). £30-50
2.      A Beswick Shetland Pony, Sylvac Old English Sheepdog, bronzed and pottery sheep, Sylvac swans etc:- One Tray £20-30
3.      Two Mid XIX Century Ironstone Coffee Pots, a similar hot water jug and other teaware, similarly decorated with landscapes and flowers on a green ground:- One Tray £30-40
4.      Four Spode Commemorative Plates - The King's Own Scottish Borderers No. 292/500; The Royal Artillery No. 669/2500; The Royal Canadian Mounted Police No. 1022/2000; The Royal Navy Submarine Plate No. 530/750; A King's Own Scottish Borderers badge, a Yorks & Lancs badge, a 1918 'Peace' plate etc. £20-30
5.      Eight Royal Doulton Dickens Characters: Sairey Gamp, Fagin, Pickwick, Uriah Heep (2), David Copperfield, Mrs Bardell and Tiny Tim; together with a Charles Dickens character HN3448. (9) £60-70
6.      Wedgwood 'Susie Cooper' Harlequin Coffee Set, Jasperware trinkets, Peter Rabbit hexagonal money box, etc:- One Tray £15-25
7.      Ashworth 'Old Canton' and Mason's 'Willow Pattern' Meat Plates, other blue and white pottery. £20-30
8.      Royal Crown Derby Imari Pattern 2649 Miniature Teapot, (lid damaged) 6.5cm high; 'Pinxton Roses' miniature loving cup, Aynsley Peace mug, Doulton globular posy (dam), dolls teaware, baskets. £10-15
9.      Halcyon Days Enamelled Trinket Boxes, Golden Jubilee, Floral, Queen Mother, Charlotte, George, Albert Hall. (6) £20-40
10.     Seventeen Mason's Christmas Plates; Lichfield 1981 (4); St Pauls 1982 (4); Durham 1983 (2); Wells 1984 (2); Ely 1985 (2) and Canterbury 1986 (3); together with three further Prinknash plates with designs taken from stained glass windows of French cathedrals. (20) £10-20
11.     Eight Royal Doulton Dickens Characters: Bill Sikes, Dick Swiveller, Sairey Gamp, Stiggins, Tiny Tim, Little Nell, Mrs Bardell and Oliver Twist. (8) £35-45
12.     A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, painted in the Tree Doves pattern by Emma Bossons, limited edition no. 18/20, shape 42/12, impressed and painted marks, 31cm high. £180-220
13.     A Moorcroft Pottery Jug, painted in the Bramble Dell pattern by Nicola Slaney, limited edition no. 22/30, painted and impressed marks, 12cm high. £90-110
14.     A Moorcroft Pottery Clock, painted in the Londinium pattern by Nicola Slaney, impressed and painted marks, 16cm high. £90-110
15.     A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, painted in the White Rose pattern by Kerry Goodwin, shape 55/2, painted and impressed marks, 5cm high. £35-45
16.     A Moorcroft Pottery Circular Coaster, painted in the 'Trial' Holly and Ivy pattern, shape 780/4, painted and impressed marks, 12cm diameter. £30-40
17.     A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, painted in the Delphinium pattern by Kerry Goodwin, shape 121/14, printed and painted marks, 37cm high. £150-180
18.     A Pair of Early XX Century Austrian Terracotta Figures, modelled as Moorish basket sellers in traditional dress, on rocky naturalistic square bases, impressed marks BB 594 and 595, 32cm high. (2) £40-60
19.     Copeland 'Italian' Spode Blue and White Pottery, to include three tureens, two meat plates, sauce boat, ten dinner plates, six soup plates, four cups and three saucers. £30-50
20.     A Mid to Late XIX Century Ashworth Bros. Ironstone Pottery Part Dinner Service, decorated with urns of flowers, phoenix and scrollwork in the Imari palette, the tureens with dolphin handles, printed and impressed marks, comprising soup tureen, cover and stand, two vegetable tureens and one cover, three dinner plates and five side plates. (14) £50-80
21.     Caithness Paperweights: Glamis Castle, limited edition No. 139/250; Royal Wedding Moonflower, No.1050/1500; Royal Birthday Moonflower, No. 341/750; Jubilee No. 37/500; Peace in Europe (50th Anniversary of V.E. Day 1995) No. 291/500, all boxed with certificates and The Year of the Viking 1980, No 221/500. (6) £40-60
22.     Royal Doulton 'Sonnet' Table Ware, of thirty six pieces. £15-25
23.     Bretby and Eichwald Jardinieres, Wedgwood leaf moulded plates, Royal Doulton and other jugs:- One Tray £15-25
24.     A XIX Century Ashworth Ironstone Twin Handled Tray, printed in blue with a Chinoiserie scene, gilt highlights, large and small Ashworth tureens and covers, a rectangular dish and a draining dish similarly decorated. £30-40
25.     An Edwardian Pottery Mantel Clock, (repaired), later Blandford example, Chinese and modern Staffordshire figures, fabric faced doll, XIX Century child's clog:- One Tray £15-20
26.     A Collection of 'Goss' Crested China, including 'Sussex' teapot, 'Blackpool' goblet and a Wilton china 'Blackpool' Tower crested: One Tray £30-40
27.     Caithness Paperweights: A Drop in the Ocean, limited edition No. 12/250; Blue Coral No. 69/250; Spindrift No. 320/1000; Splashdown, all with certificates; Ultra Cool and Pyramid Twists (all boxed). (6) £50-80
28.     Royal Worcester and Wedgwood Boxed Ceramics:- One Tray £15-25
29.     Handkerchief Style Vases, oval dish, other coloured glassware:- One Tray £15-20
30.     Five Hummel Figures, Carlton Ware Apple Blossom leaf moulded bowl and a Queen Elizabeth II Coronation crown money box. £25-40
31.     A Late XIX Century Ashworth Bros Oval Two-Handled Sauce Tureen, Cover and Stand, decorated with urns of flowers in the Imari palette; An Ashworth Bros Oval Two-Handled Sauce Tureen, Cover and Stand, decorated with white flowers against a black ground; Three Other Circular Sauce Tureens, Covers and Stands. (15) £20-30
32.     XVIII Century English Pottery Tea Bowls and Saucers, (some damages):- One Tray £20-40
33.     A Collection of XIX Century Neoclassical Scene Jugs, in various colours. £20-40
34.     Drinking Glasses, to include whiskey, liqueur, champagne:- One Tray £15-25
35.     A Set of Twelve Caverswall China Plates From The Months of The Year Collection, from The Country Diary of an Edwardian Lady by Edith Holden; plus a duplicated February plate and a calendar plate. (14) £15-20
36.     Caithness Paperweights: Ice Blossom, limited edition No. 130/1000; Alpine Winter No. 157/650; Moonflower; Rhapsody No. 207/1100, all boxed with certificates; a miniature Moonflower '97 paperweight and a domed CG paperweight etched with an eagle in flight over snow capped mountain. (6) £40-60
37.     Mason's Chaucer's Canterbury Pigrims Plates: The Knight 1981 (3), The Nuns Priest 1982 (2), The Franklin 1983 (3), The Wife of Bath 1985 (2) and the Doctor of Physic 1986 (3). (15) £20-40
38.     A Pair of Mid XIX Century Staffordshire Pottery Flatbacks, modelled as 'Dick Turpin' and 'Tom King' on horseback, oval titled bases, 23cm high. (2) £20-30
39.     Royal Doulton Figurines - Faith HN3082, Hope HN3061 and Charity HN3087, each produced to support the N.S.P.C.C. (two with certificates). (3) £25-40
40.     Lorna Bailey - Raffa the Cat, limited edition 1/1 in this colourway. £25-30
41.     A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, painted in the Five Gold Rings design from the Twelve Days of Christmas by Kerry Goodwin, shape 62/4, impressed and painted marks, 10cm high. £70-90
42.     Lorna Bailey - Nelson the Cat. £20-25
43.     Lorna Bailey - Arnie the Cat, limited edition 1/1 in this colourway. £25-30
44.     Lorna Bailey - Gnasher the Cat, limited edition 1/1 in this colourway. £25-30
45.     Loran Bailey Cat - Tiger the Golfing Cat (Tiger Woods). £20-25
46.     Lorna Bailey - Frizzel the Cat. £20-25
47.     A Moorcroft Pottery Jug, painted in the Harvest Poppy pattern by Emma Bossons, impressed and painted marks, 18.5cm high. £30-40
48.     Three Wedgwood Clarice Cliff Centenary Bizarre Conical Sugar Shakers, including Orange Erin, plus box. £20-40
49.     A Beswick Black Faced Sheep, no. 1765, Ram, no. 3071 and Lamb, no. 3071 and a Wensleydale Sheep no. 4123. (4) £30-40
50.     A Pair of Mason's 'The Imperial Mandarin' Vases, no. 292/950; a Mason's Archive Collection hexagonal pastille burner in the 'Japan Fence' pattern, no. 173/1000 (boxed). (3) £20-30
51.     Caithness Paperweights: Black Gem, limited edition No. 58/1000; Harlequin Double and Kaleidoscope, all boxed with certifcates and another, Daisy W53355. (4) £30-50
52.     A Royal Doulton Figurine Adrienne, Ridgways tea set, Shorter jug, etc:- One Tray £15-20
53.     A Pair of Hobnail Whisky Decanters, gin decanter, whisky and brandy glasses, water bottle, plated tray. £20-40
54.     Caithness Paperweights: Millennium Vision, limited edition No. 177; Millennium Fiesta No. 254/650 and Millennium Dancer No. 232/650, all boxed with certificates. (3) £30-50
55.     A Set of Six Beswick Harlequin Lustre Dessert Dishes, a Poole Delph's dish of yellow ground, a Capo die Monte barmand (the based incised 'Redaelli', etc:- One Tray £20-30
56.     XIX Century Ashworth Ironstone Teaware, decorated in Chinoiserie style with dragons; Mason's jug, Victorian teapot etc:- One Tray £30-40
57.     Halcyon Days Enamelled Trinket Boxes, 'The Prince Consort', two I. K. Brunel, 2006 and 2016 year boxes. (5) £20-40
58.     Eight Royal Doulton Dickens Characters: Jingle, Fagin, Bill Sikes, Sam Weller, Dick Swiveller, Bumble, Stiggins and Little Nell. (8) £35-45
59.     Grosvenor China Ye Old English Table Ware, of approximately fifty one pieces with mustard and gilt bands. £15-25
60.     A Moorcroft Pottery Plaque, painted in the Unity pattern by Emma Bossons, 30 x 9.5cm, framed. £80-110
61.     Eight Royal Doulton Bunnykins Pottery Egg Trinket Boxes, various sizes:- One Tray £20-30
62.     A Set of Three Mason's Graduated Octagonal Jugs, decorated in the 'Brocade' pattern; plus two others in the same pattern. (5) £15-20
63.     Caithness Paperweights: Camelot, limited edition No. 315/750; Three Witches (Inspired by Macbeth) No. 172/500; Saracen; Saladin No. 368, all boxed with certificates and another, Fortune. (6) £40-60
64.     Eight Royal Doulton Dickens Characters: Fat Boy, Little Nell, Tony Weller, Pickwick, Sairey Gamp, David Copperfield, Trotty Veck and Bumble. (8) £35-45
65.     An Early XX Century Mason's Bowl, the interior decorated with panels of dragons and flowers within scaled gilt ground, the interior with turquoise sharkskin effect; a pair of Mason's spill vases, decorated with oriental figures and vases of flowers on a blue ground, a plate and a further vase:- One Tray £40-60
66.     A Holmgaard Smokey Glass Ashtray, of compressed circular form, 17.5 x 18cm, etched makers name and 26039? under base. Wedgwood and four other rabbits, Wedgwood faceted and ovoid paperweights:- One Tray £20-30
67.     A Collection of Mason's Ironstone in the Brocade Pattern, including pedestal bowl, octagonal jug, oval dish, plates and coasters:-One Tray £25-40
68.     A Crown Derby Paperweight, modelled as Holly, issued in a limited number of 1500 during 2002, printed mark, gold stopper £20-40
69.     A Crown Derby Paperweight, modelled as Buxton Badger, number 282/500 commissioned by John Sinclairs, printed marks, gold stopper, with certificate. £100-200
70.     A Langham Glass Novelty Snail Paperweight; together with a green and blue mottled seal glass paperweight and a bird. (3) £20-30
71.     Worcester 'Admiral Lord Nelson', Halcyon Days, Crummles pill boxes. (9) £20-40
72.     Royal Worcester 'Trafalgar Lions' from the Nelson Collection, limited edition no 118/750 (boxed). £50-80
73.     A Mason's 'Fruit Basket' Pattern Circular Stilton Cheese Dish and Cover. £20-30
74.     Six Royal Crown Derby Cups and Saucers from The Curator's Collection, date codes 1989 and 1990:- One Tray £30-40
75.     A Set of Twelve Beswick Pig Promenade Figures - John PP1; Matthew PP2; David PP3; Andrew PP4; Daniel PP5; Michael PP6; James PP7; Richard PP8; Christopher PP9; George PP10; Thomas PP11 limited edition no.544/2000 (with certificate) and Benjamin PP12 limited edition no.530/2000(with certificate). (12) £120-180
76.     A Crown Derby Paperweight, modelled as Llama, exclusive to The Collectors Guild, printed mark, gold stopper. £20-30
77.     A Crown Derby Paperweight, modelled as Ashbourne Hedgehog, a gold signature edition, printed mark, gold stopper. £60-80
78.     A Late XIX Century French Sévres Style Porcelain Plaque, of oval form, painted with a portrait of a Noblewoman, with blue celeste gilt decorated ground, ormolu mount and walnut frame, plaque 13cm long, overall 22cm long. £20-30
79.     Royal Crown Derby 'Royal November Bear', plus two others, six dishes, Diamond Jubilee mini loving cup, with boxes:- One Tray £40-70
80.     Royal Doulton 'The Greenwood Tree' Bowl, 19cm diameter, Dickens 'The Fat Boy' plate, Isaac Walton vase (cracked) and other similar wares:- One Tray £20-30
81.     Royal Crown Derby Imari 1128 Pattern Dish, two Derby posy examples, cake knife, Beswick 'Cecily Parsley', etc:- One Tray £20-30
82.     A Collection of Mason's Ironstone Pottery, various patterns including 'Formosa' and 'Appliqué' jugs, 'Chatreuse' comport and two 'King of Scots' whisky decanters etc:- One Tray £30-40
83.     Two Mason's Ironstone Jugs Commemorating the Silver Jubilee of King George V and Queen Mary, 1935, designed by Cyril Shingler, limited edition no. 155; a further jug, a Paragon plate commemorating the coronation of King Edward VIII 1937 and a Victorian commemorative plate "Woronzoff". (5) £20-30
84.     A Royal Worcester 'Parakeet' 3087, modelled by F.G. Doughty, Dresden china figure in period costume, Coalport 'Veronica', etc:- One Tray £20-40
85.     Caithness Paperweights: Jack in the Box, limited edition No. 752; Chorale No. 338/1000, both boxed with certificates; Enigma and Space Journey 308/650. (4) £30-40
86.     Murano Green Glass Perfume Bottle, Amethyst glass tot set, Poole jug, glass bulldog, Foy see-saw (damaged), etc:- One Tray £15-25
87.     A Late XIX Century Copeland Spode Pottery Dolls House Tea Service, decorated in flo blue with animals including dogs, zebra, sheep, deer etc., printed marks, comprising:- teapot and cover, milk jug, sucrier and cover, two square plates, five saucers and six teacups. (18) £60-100
88.     Poole Studio Vase by L. Whitmarsh, 19.5cm tall, Galaxy vase and enamelled pill box, (3) £20-30
89.     Mary Gregory Glass, Edward VIII jug, Wedgwood jug, Wade Whimsies, cat vase etc:- One Tray £20-30
90.     A Set of Six Spode Studies of Garden Birds Collector's Plates; together with a further set of six Spode Studies of Garden Flowers collector's plates. (12) £20-30
91.     Caithness Paperweights: Arctic Night, limited edition No. 164/1500; Intruder No. 475/2000; Triad No. 316/1500; Life Force No. 20/750; Persephone No. 223/1000, all boxed with certificates. (5) £40-60
92.     Shelley, Albert, Aynsley, Susie Cooper and Other Plates, Harry Wheatcroft sugar and cream, Pole, Falcon and other ceramics:- One Tray £20-30
93.     A Moorcroft Pottery Twin Handled Vase, painted in the Paradise Found pattern by Vicky Lovatt, impressed and painted marks, 26cm high. £120-180
94.     A Moorcroft Pottery Circular Box and Cover, painted in the Paradise Found pattern by Vicky Lovatt, impressed and painted marks, 10.5cm diameter. £60-80
95.     A Mason's 'Blue Mandalay' Pumpkin Tureen, no 51/250 (boxed\0; together with an octagonal jug. (2) £25-40
96.     A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, painted in the Coronation Day pattern by Vicky Lovatt, numbered edition 24, shape 104/9, impressed and painted marks, 24cm high. £240-280
97.     A Poole Pottery Vase, hand painted floral decoration; together with a pair of "Troy" speckled blue vases, detailed with windmills. (3) £10-20
98.     A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, painted in the Sorrow and Laughter pattern by Nicola Slaney, limited edition no. 31/60, shape 265/7, impressed and painted marks, 19cm high. £150-180
99.     A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, painted in the Lucky Black Cat pattern by Paul Hilditch, numbered edition 540, shape 158/6, impressed and painted marks, 16cm high. £70-90
100.    A Royal Doulton Partytime Bunnykins Toby Jug, D7160, number 536/1500 and Fortune Teller Bunnykins Jug, D7157, number 1268/1500, both with certificates. (2) £15-25
101.    Two Coalport Epic Story Collection Figurines - Cathy 15/250 and Tess 5/250, both boxed. (2) £30-40
102.    A Carter, Stabler and Adams Poole Pottery Red Earthenware Vase, of baluster form, painted in the 'Comic' Bird pattern amongst flowers, by Anne Hatchard (1918-36), pattern ZU, painted and impressed marks, 21cm high. £30-40
103.    A Grainger & Co. Worcester Porcelain Vase, of tapered square section with pierced neck, the green ground painted with flowers and thistles, shape number G1053, printed mark, 14cm high. £20-30
104.    A Crown Derby Paperweight, modelled as The Wessex Wyvern, no. 769/200, gold stopper, with certificate. £60-80
105.    Royal Crown Derby Paperweight, modelled as a Welsh Corgi, no. 224/500, with certificate. £40-60
106.    A Crown Derby Paperweight, modelled as Nanny Goat, exclusively available from the Visitor Centre during 2000, printed mark, gold stopper. £40-60
107.    A Crown Derby Paperweight, modelled as a Seahorse, date code for 1990, printed mark, gold stopper. £20-40
108.    A Crown Derby Paperweight, modelled as Moonlight Badger, exclusively available to the Collectors Guild during 2002, gold signature, printed mark, gold stopper. £40-60
109.    A Moorcroft Pottery Candlestick, tubelined and painted in the Red Tulip pattern against a cream ground with red/brown circular base, designed by Sally Tuffin, impressed marks, green painted WM. £50-70
110.    Royal Doulton Figurine The Shepherdess, HN2420, no. 289/12,500. £15-20
111.    A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, painted in the Bobbin Boats design by Paul Hilditch, numbered edition 135, shape 159/10, impressed and painted marks, 25cm high. £100-140
112.    A Studio Glass Bowl, in the style of Mdina Rosenthal, with turquoise trails against a seafoam ground, unmarked, 10.5cm high. £40-60
113.    A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, painted in the Persian Peony design by Nicola Slaney, numbered edition 39, shape 7/8, impressed and painted marks, 14cm high. £80-120
114.    A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, painted in the Bramble Revisited pattern by Alicia Amison, shape 85/8, impressed and painted marks, 21.5cm high. £110-130
115.    A Moorcroft Pottery Ginger Jar, painted in the Star Baillie design by Emma Bossons, numbered edition 16, shape 769/4, impressed and painted marks, 11cm high. £90-110
116.    A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, painted in the Snow Angels pattern, shape 3/5, signed in gold by designed Helen Dale, impressed and painted marks, 14cm high. £90-110
118.    A XIX Century Wrythen Glass Walking Stick, 126cm long. £20-30
119.    A Japanese Early XX Century Carved Ivory Figure of a Scholar, in flowing robe, tall hat and holding a fan, 40cm high. £50-80
120.    An African Early XX Century Carved Ivory Tusk, of fluted form with bead and acanthus details, 67cm long. £50-80
121.    A Mid XIX Century Chinese Porcelain Tureen and Cover, of circular two handled form, painted in blue with flowering shrubs and trees by a fence, 23cms diameter; A Late XIX Century Chinese Porcelain Sauce Tureen and Cover, of shaped rectangular form with animal head handles painted in blue with a landscape scene, 17cms long. (4) £70-100
122.    A Late XIX Century to Early XX Century Chinese Blue and White Vase, decorated with figures, (damaged), an Oriental blue and white vase decorated with birds and foliage and an early XX Century Imari pattern plate. £40-60
123.    A Pair of Japanese Satsuma Vases, of ovoid from, each featuring Geisha girls in garden with distant pagoda and mountain, 15cm high; together with a similar pair smaller and wavy rimmed bowl. £20-40
124.    A Large Oriental Pottery Charger, featuring garden scene within border of butterflies and exotic birds, 46cm diameter, rust red maker stamp and impressed mark under base. £30-60
125.    A Pair of Mid XX Century Green Hardstone Figures, carved as ladies holding bowls of fruit, in flowing robes, hardstone bases, 19.5cm high (with stands), a rose quartz carving of a lady and child beside an urn of flowers, hardwood stand and a green hardstone carving of a fish, on a hard wood stand. (4) £60-80
126.    A Pair of Chinese Plates, painted with figures in conversation beneath a tree, scroll border; a Chinoiserie decorated jardiniere, jugs etc:- One Tray £20-30
127.    A XIX Century Chinese Pottery Vase, of pear shape, painted in panels with figures in garden settings within a panelled and foliate border, 25cm high; Another, of baluster form, a lizard entwined around the neck, painted in blue with phoenix and flowers, 29cm high. (2)

£100-150
128.    Caithness Paperweights: Oriental Silk and Reflections, Murano 'Taurus' Zodiac dated 1980, Kerry Glass, and Gail D. Gill abstract example and others:- One Tray £30-40
129.    A Murano Style Glass Cockerel, clown, fish, carnival glass jug and bowl, orange glass vases, green glass dish, etc:- One Tray £20-30
130.    A Quantity of c.1900 Ironstone China, decorated with the 'Japan' Pattern. £30-40
131.    A Matching Pair of Staffordshire Flatback Figures, both depicting Fred Archer (the famous Victorian jockey) on horseback. £20-30
132.    A Matching Pair of Staffordshire Flatback Figures, both depicting Generals Roberts and Wolseley on horseback. £20-30
133.    Royal Crown Derby 'Derby Posies' Tea Ware, ginger jar, pin trays, twenty five pieces, etc:- One Tray £30-50
134.    Two Nao Girl Figurines and Duck, LLadro swan group £20-30
135.    Micrometer, corkscrews, Indian cookery, etc:- One Tray £10-20
136.    A Pair of Gilded Metal Table Lustres, each with with faceted cut glass drops to four branches on tapering body on square marble base, 4.5cm high (damages). £40-60
137.    Basil Edge, four Franklin Mint porcelain vases, featuring birds:- One Boxed £20-40
138.    Electroplated Loose Cutlery, oval entree dish, tankard, vase, candlestick etc, Pre-Decimal GB and World Coins, medallions, keyring (Jersey doubles noted), an Art Deco four piece hammered pewter tea service, brown bakelite handles and finial, the base marked 'Period Pewter':- One Tray £20-30
139.    Mason's 'Chartreuse' Pottery, of approximately twenty nine pieces, including coffee and teapots, clock. £60-90
140.    Kirks Folly and Other Costume Brooches, modern necklace, V & A locket pendant on chain, etc:- One Tray £20-30
141.    A Pair of Japanese Ovoid Pottery Vases, with twin handles and encrusted decoration, 23cm tall, posies, cottages:- One Tray £15-30
142.    A Large Villeroy & Boch Tea and Dinner Service, of approximately one hundred and fifteen pieces, contemporary white ground design. £70-100
143.    A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, painted in the Dance of the Bumblebees pattern by Vicky Lovatt, numbered edition13, shape RM2/4, impressed and painted marks, 10cm high. £110-130
144.    Royal Doulton 'Sweet Dreams' Figure Group HN 2380, Doulton Henry VIII character jug D6642, matt pottery figure group. (3) £20-30
145.    Two Lorna Bailey Red Nose Dogs. £20-40
146.    A Moorcroft Pottery Square Form Vase, painted in the Paradise Found pattern by Vicky Lovatt, impressed and painted marks, 24cm high. £150-200
147.    A Moorcroft Pottery Ovoid Vase, painted in the Paradise Found pattern by Vicky Lovatt, impressed and painted marks, 23cm high. £120-180
148.    Nadal Pottery Geisha Girl, 31cm high, Valencian maiden and lady carrying suitcase. (3) £20-40
149.    Royal Worcester Edwardian period Vase, having pierced rim and hand painted floral decoration to ovoid body, on four scroll feet, green backstamp flag and 'G42' under base 14.5cm tall, pair of Royal Worcester posy bowls having blush ivory and gilt leaf bodies and twin upper handles. £60-80
150.    Nao Pottery Figurines, to include lilac dressed lady, girl with dove, time for bed. (3) £20-40
151.    A Royal Doulton Figurine Elegance HN 2264; together with Royal Doulton Secret Thoughts HN 2382. (2) £15-25
152.    Lladro Pottery Girl with Flowers, 18cm high, Nao two puppy group. (2) £20-30
153.    Royal Doulton Character Jug King Charles, D6917, no 2164/2500; together with Vice Admiral Lord Nelson, D6932, only available during 1993. (2) £15-20
154.    A Treen Needlework Box 'Ryde Pier', another 'Brig O Balgownie'. £15-25
155.    A XIX Century Sykes Brass Patent Shot Tube, of oval section, with two compartments, hinged lids stamped 'Sykes Patent' and 13/4oz, 8cm. £20-30
156.    A XIX Century Papier Mache Snuff Box, of tortoiseshell effect, 9cm wide. £20-40
157.    A Henry Hobson Three Blade Folding Pocket knife, with ivory scales; together with a Morton (Cheapside) multi function pocket knife, closed length 6.8cm. (2) £20-40
158.    A Multi Function Folding Pocket Knife, with multi blades, button hook, corkscrew, removable pick, and ivory scales, closed length 9.7cm. £25-40
159.    A Multi Function Folding Pocket Knife, the blades stamped "Harrods", including blades, saw, button hook, corkscrew, removable pick, tweezers, etc, with ivory scales, closed length 9cm. £30-50
160.    An E.T. Markham Multi Function Folding Pocket Knife, including multi blades, saw, button hook, removable tweezers and pick, with ivory scales, closed length 11.5cm. £40-60
161.    A XIX Century Style Plated Snuff Box, the hinged lid detailed in relief with classical figures; together with a smaller box, diagonally raised stripe design and an engine turned hand mirror. £15-20
162.    A Hallmarked Silver Vesta Case, of circular form, allover leaf engraved; together with an Arts & Crafts style panel, detailed in relief with a winged mythical creature, marquise cabochon inset, and a wide hinged bangle, with applied detail in relief. (3) £25-40
163.    A Continental Ladies Mesh Link Purse, with cabochon inset clasp, stamped, suspension loop stamped "800". £30-50
164.    A Hallmarked Silver Cheroot Case, allover leaf scroll engraved. £20-40
165.    A Dutch Tea Strainer, of openwork leaf scroll design, the handle finial as a galleon. £25-40
166.    An Early to Mid XX Century Bone and Soft Wood Indian Box, of octagonal from on paw feet, 19cm wide; together with beads, bangles, etc. £30-50
167.    An African Carved Ivory Figure Group of Five Surmounted Elephants and Two Lions, on oval base, having four elephant feet, 21.5cm high, (damages). £30-50
168.    An Early XX Century Japanese Ivory Figure of a Sage, holding a long staff and holding a scroll, signed, 20cm high and another of a gentleman carrying a child on his back and holding a large peony 18cm high. (2) £60-80
169.    A Late XIX Century Japanese Ivory Figure Group of a Sage Holding a Basket of Fruit, a child and another basket beside him, shaped oval base, signed, 19.5cm high a Japanese ivory figure of a seated gentleman holding a fan, a monkey on his knee, 11cm high and another of a gentleman holding apples, 10cm high. (3) £70-100
170.    A Late XIX Century Japanese Ivory Figure of a Gentleman Carrying a Wolf, standing on an axe beside a sack on an oval base, 16.5cm high. £70-100
171.    A Pair of Early XX Century Chinese Ivory Concentric Balls on stand, elaborately carved with dragons and flowers, 17cm high. £30-50
172.    A Pair of Early XX Century French Ivory Conch Shells, carved with a reclining naked woman and a cherub, upon oval hardwood stands, each 10.5cm long. £70-100
173.    A Late XIX Century Ivory Page Turner, of plain form printed in black with a crest, 21.5cm long, another smaller, 14cm long, a bone dessert spoon, five ivory teaspoons, an ivory bobbin and five other utensils. (14) £20-30
174.    "The De La Rue Pen", with "14ct" nib, Swan self filler pen, multi and single blade folding pocket knives, "Jerusalem" box, etc. £20-30
175.    A Collection of Assorted Enamel Golly Badges, including F&S, Fattorini, Gomm, Miller, "Roberston", "Silver Shred", etc. £30-50
176.    A Chinese Bronze Tsuba Cast with Characters, in presentation box, a Cloisonné egg the green ground decorated with flower, a pair of Japanese Menuki cast with flower heads, a bronzed model of a horse on a hardwood stand, a hardstone keyring and an earring. £20-30
177.    Mother of Pearl Scale and Other Folding Pocket Knives, "The Acme Thunderer" whistle etc. £20-40
178.    A Pair of Gent's Cufflinks, each square panel engine turned, on chain connections, indistinctly stamped "18K"; together with further cufflinks, tie slides, lighter, Bedwas Trethomas Machen & Maesycwmmer Schools pendant etc. £70-100
179.    A Brass Lacquered Folding Microscope, circa 1900, on mahogany base, as a box. £30-50
180.    A Travel Inkwell, Japan vesta, silver collared scent bottle, etc. £20-30
181.    Two Parker Pens, each with hooded nib; together with a Parker pencil and a pair of modern gent's cufflinks. £15-20
182.    Costume Brooches, chains, EPNS cigarette case, tongs, etc. £10-15
183.    Sporrong & Co Swedish Gent's Cufflinks; together with assorted mother of pearl and other cufflinks, pins, etc. £15-20
184.    Hallmarked Silver Topped Cut Glass Scent Bottles, a hallmarked silver handled brush, matching glove stretcher and shoe horn and a nail buffer:- One Tray £30-50
185.    A Silver Hallmarked Pierced Dish, Chester 1908, of shaped circular form, by Henry Mathews, and a silver collared globular glass scent bottle (lacking cover). (2) £15-25
186.    A Hallmarked Silver Topped Glass Sugar Shaker; together with two EPBM salts with blue glass liners and a hallmarked silver teaspoon. £20-30
187.    Cased Set of Apostle Teaspoons, beaded misers purse, dice, thimbles etc. £10-20
188.    A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Mounted Cut Glass Salts, a plated three piece cruet and a cased pair of salts with spoons. £15-25
189.    A 1930's/40's Marcel Rochas "Femme" Powder Compact, with 'black lace' design, stamped marks, 8cm wide; together with a black leather covered rectangular compact and another of square form with stylised decoration. (3) £20-30
190.    Modern Costume Bead Necklace, suspending enamel heart, butterfly brooch/pendant etc. £10-15
191.    A Pair of JD&S Electroplated Chocolate Pots, (one dented). (2) £10-20
192.    A Mixed Lot of Assorted Costume Jewellery, including vintage bead necklaces, EPNS decorative three piece dressing table set in original case, etc. £20-30
193.    Rotary, Roamer, Seiko and Other Ladies and Gent's Wristwatches, including bangle watch, etc:- One Tray £15-25
194.    An Electroplated Entree Dish on Stand, together with a circular lidded serving dish and a decorative glass dish on stand. £20-30
195.    Three Piece Plated Tea Set; together with a James Dixon & Sons plated coffee pot, sugar tings, teaspoons, decorative fish serves, etc:- One Tray £20-40
196.    A Mixed Lot of Assorted Costume Jewellery, including diamanté bracelets, bead necklaces, bangle, imitation pearls, etc:- One Tray £20-30
197.    Butler & Wilson; A Bee Necklace, boxed; together with two Butler & Wilson owl brooches, a further necklace and two empty boxes. £20-30
198.    A Hallmarked Silver Cheroot Holder, in original fitted case, costume jewellery, souvenir teaspoons, cased jewellery set, novelty souvenir trinket box, jewellery box, etc:- One Tray £15-25
199.    Digital and Other Gent's Wristwatches, pocketwatch, ladies wristwatch:- One Tray £15-25
200.    Assorted Costume Beads, butterfly trinket box etc. £5-10
201.    Butler & Wilson; A Statement Bee Pendant/Brooch, in original box. £10-20
202.    A Decorative Roberts & Belk Plated Strawberry Set, fitted with jug, sugar bowl and matching spoon; a swing handled dish, "Presented to Miss Wilkinson on the occasion of her marriage from her friends at the Grange 24.12.19", a three tier cake stand frame, a matched pair of hallmarked silver salts and spoons, etc. £40-60
203.    Miriam Haskell Bangle, (damaged) four row multi set chain necklace, imitation pearls, vintage and later costume clip earrings, "MASJ" and other brooches, etc:- One Tray £20-40
204.    Three Butler & Wilson Hand Mirrors, boxed. (3) £15-25
205.    A Collection of Modern Costume Brooches, including butterfly mirror compacts etc:- One Tray £15-20
206.    Vintage Shell and Bead Necklaces. £10-20
207.    A Hallmarked Silver Trophy, "H.G.C. Drabble Vase 1956 Won by P.E. Wass", on black socle base; together with plated boxes, pair of slats, sauce boats, swing handled basket dish with blue glass liner, napkin rings, etc:- One Tray £15-25
208.    A Hallmarked Silver Three Piece Cruet Set, complete with matching spoons, a two flute plated epergne, sugar scuttle, dishes, hallmarked silver sugar tongs, etc:- One Tray £25-40
209.    A Mixed Lot of Assorted Costume Jewellery, including beads, dress rings, pendants on chains, jewellery boxes, etc:- One Tray £15-25
210.    A Collection of Assorted Costume Brooches, including micromosaic, rectangular cameo, filigree, etc:- One Tray £15-25
211.    Cased and Loose Plated Cutlery, small oval galleried tray, christening type mug, etc:- One Tray £15-20
212.    Two Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatches, (damages); together with ladies and gent's wristwatches, lighter, further pocketwatches, hallmarked silver bracelet, etc:- One Tray £30-50
213.    Modern Hardstone and Other Necklaces, pendants on chains, bracelets etc:- One Tray £20-30
214.    A Rotary Modern Gent's Wristwatch; together with assorted costume beads, cigarette case, camera, bedside clocks, brooches, ladies wristwatches, etc. £15-25
215.    An Elkington & Co. Plated Three Piece Tea Set, together with a pair of decorative candlesticks, each on rounded rectangular base; two sauce boats and an oval dish detailed in relief with fruiting vines:- One Tray £20-30
216.    A XIX Century Mahogany Dome Top Tea Caddy, and one other, cased and loose cutlery:- One Tray £15-25
217.    Ladies Wristwatches; together with assorted bead necklaces, etc. £10-15
218.    A Silver Plated Four Piece Tea Set, plated trays, swing handled dish, boxed and loose spoons, 1953 Coronation souvenir teaspoon, etc. £20-30
219.    A Mixed Quantity of Assorted Costume Jewellery, including imitation pearl necklaces, shell bracelet, chains, earrings, diamanté, brooches, beads, etc; together with a quantity of wristwatches, contained in a jewellery box. £20-30
220.    Loose Glass Beads, earrings, brooches etc. £10-15
221.    Hardstone and Shell Inset Butterfly Pendant, stamped "925", a peacock brooch, malachite set pendant, cameo brooch etc. £15-20
222.    Butler & Wilson; Four Butterfly Brooches, (three sealed, all boxed). (4) £20-30
223.    A Hallmarked Silver Ingot Pendant; together with lockets and chains, curb link bracelet with heart shape padlock clasp, 1952-77 commemorative pendant, chain, etc. £30-50
224.    A Large Single Stone Dress Ring, (stone loose), a Modernist ring stamped "TH", a signet ring, gent's wristwatch, beads, earrings, etc. £10-20
225.    A Carved Heart Pendant, detailed with flowerheads, marcasite set and other brooches and a loose faceted smokey quartz. £30-50
226.    Butler & Wilson; Two Butterfly Necklaces, (sealed and boxed); together with a butterfly brooch. (3) £15-25
227.    Assorted Costume Jewellery, including filigree bracelet, bead necklace, brooches, bangles, etc:- One Tray £15-20
228.    A Garnet and Diamond Set Panel Ring, of rectangular form with canted corners, the central panel within border of rose cut diamonds, between trifircated shoulders. £300-400
229.    A Three Stone Diamond Ring, the graduated old brilliant cut stones illusion set between crossover shoulders, stamped "18ct & Plat". £200-300
230.    A Five Stone Diamond Ring, the graduated old cut stones claw set, stamped "18ct" "Plat". £70-100
231.    An 18ct Gold Diamond Set Dress Ring, oval claw set to the centre between diamond set shoulders. £70-100
232.    A Modern Diamond Set Large Cluster Dress Ring, stamped "925", in a vintage style ring box. £30-50
233.    A 9ct White Gold Three Stone Ring, graduated claw set. £40-60
234.    A 9ct Gold Ring, illusion set between crossover shoulders; together with a 9ct gold five stone ring. (2) £60-80
235.    A 9ct Gold Three Stone Opal Ring, oval claw set to the centre, between two circular cabochon opals; together with a single stone ring, oval collet set. (2) £60-80
236.    A 22ct Gold Wide Patterned Wedding Band. £60-80
237.    A 9ct Gold Bloodstone Inset Signet Style Ring, between textured shoulders. £20-30
238.    A 22ct Gold Band, with applied detail and central stone. £80-100
239.    An 18ct Gold Cluster Dress Ring, illusion set. £70-100
240.    A Wide 9ct Gold Plain Wedding Band. £80-100
241.    A 9ct Gold Panel Ring, of elongated shaped modernist design, London 1961. £40-60
242.    Two 22ct Gold Plain Wedding Bands. (2) £150-200
243.    An 18ct Gold Signet Style Ring, monogrammed; together with an 18ct gold five stone ring (stones missing). (2) £100-150
244.    A Ruby Ring, oval claw set to the centre, between triangular inset shoulders, stamped "14K". £70-100
245.    Two 9ct Gold Single Stone Dress Rings, oval claw and collet set. (2) £40-60
246.    An Eternity Band, stamped "9ct"; a patterned wedding band, a 9ct gold signet style ring, etc. (5) £70-100
247.    A 9ct Gold Seven Stone Turquoise Set Ring; together with a single stone ring. (2) £40-60
248.    A 9ct Gold Two Row Ring, claw set throughout with uniform stones; together with a 9ct gold ring, five stone set on the diagonal. (2) £60-80
249.    A Modern 18ct Gold Diamond Set Open Heart Pendant, graduated claw set, on a 9ct gold chain. £100-150
250.    A Chester Hallmarked 9ct Gold Seed Pearl Inset Bar Brooch, circular collet set to the centre, in a case. £50-60
251.    A Modernist Style Pearl Set Brooch, of textured abstract design, stamped "18k". £380-400
252.    An Edwardian Style Openwork Pendant, circular collet set, stamped "9ct"; together with an openwork bar brooch, collet set to the centre. (2) £100-120
253.    A Novelty Charm Pendant, as a bunch of grapes, suspension loop stamped "18ct". £20-30
254.    A 9ct Gold Bangle, of bamboo design. £80-100
255.    A 9ct Gold Oval Locket Pendant, on a chain stamped "9c". £70-100
256.    A XIX Century Oval Locket Brooch, of swivel action, with glazed front and verso, containing a photograph, within scroll border. £10-20
257.    A 9ct Gold Flat Link Chain; together with an oval belcher link chain (damaged). £70-100
258.    A Modern 9ct White Gold Diamond Cluster Pendant, of flowerhead design, claw set with graduated brilliant cut stones, stamped ".25", on 9ct white gold chain. £50-80
259.    A 9ct Gold Pendant, with inset eyes, (import marks) Sheffield 1997.
260.    A Double Row Graduated Curb Link Chain Bracelet, suspending numerous novelty chain pendants. £250-300
261.    A 9ct Gold Bracelet Link Chain, of uniform design. £80-120
262.    A Belcher Link Chain, of uniform design, to clasp stamped "375". £170-200
263.    A Neck Chain, of uniform design, stamped "375". £150-180
264.    A Fancy Link Albert Style Chain, to double swivel style clasps stamped "375", suspending T-bar stamped "375". £100-150
265.    A 9ct Gold Wide Bracelet, to 9ct gold heart shape padlock clasp. £120-160
266.    A 9ct Gold Belcher Link Chain, of uniform design. £170-200
267.    A Souvenir Charm Bracelet, suspending numerous enamel shield charm pendants; together with loose charms. £30-50
268.    A XIX Century Hardstone Heart Shape Pendant, on a chain, XIX Century and later brooches, stickpins, etc. £30-50
269.    A 9ct Gold Circular Locket Pendant, leaf scroll engraved, on a chain; together with a loose clasp. £100-150
270.    A 9ct Gold Oval Shell Carved Cameo Brooch, depicting female profile. £20-30
271.    An Oval Cameo Brooch, depicting female profile, stamped "9ct"; together with a pair of Modernist style clip earrings, of stylised leaf design, stamped "9ct". £30-50
272.    A 9ct Gold Ingot Pendant, on a chain; together with a Maltese Cross pendant on a chain. £80-120
273.    A XIX Century Woven Hair Guard Chain, metal mounts inscribed "E.A.S. Died " "June 22". £20-40
274.    A Pair of 9ct Gold Gent's Cufflinks, engine turned and initialled, on chain connections. £40-60
275.    A Large Modernist Style Hallmarked Silver Mounted Tigers Eye Pendant, bearing feature hallmarks, Sheffield 1979. £20-30
276.    A Hallmarked Silver Cased Pair Case Pocketwatch, (lacking pair case); together with an agate panel brooch and two dress rings. (4) £60-80
277.    A Modern Blue John Pendant, oval set within openwork border, on a chain.
*H.L. Brown purchase receipt dated 8/6/11 for £174.50. £30-50
278.    A Muff Type Chain, of uniform design stamped "9ct". £150-200
279.    A Charm Bracelet, suspending numerous novelty charm pendants, including cable car, cuckoo clock, skis ornate teapot, boots, etc. £15-25
280.    Twig Coral Necklace, black and white Wedgwood Jasperware oval brooch, circular locket brooch, necklace, novelty miniature teapot, etc. £20-30
281.    Wedgwood Black and White Wedgwood Jasperware Circular Pendant; together with a micromosaic pendant, a cameo brooch with pendant loop and a mother or pearl leaf brooch. £15-20
282.    A "9ct" Back & Front" Locket, a bow stamped "9ct", a 9ct gold bracelet, a 9ct gold openwork bracelet, etc. £100-150
283.    A Curb Link Charm Bracelet, to heart shape padlock clasp, suspending numerous novelty charm pendants, including on openwork ewer, church, Bible, surfer, couple on a bench, folding comb, knife, fork and spoon, etc. £30-50
284.    A Single Strand Graduated Amber Coloured Bead necklace, to pierced clasp. £20-30
285.    Zoltan White; An Arts & Crafts Brooch, of openwork design, cushion collet set to the centre, stamped "Z.W&Co" "Sterling"; together with a single stone brooch within marcasite border and a spider web charm pendant, contained in a carved wood trinket box (one foot missing). £20-40
286.    An Aesthetic Pendant, of oval design detailed in relief; together with a curb link bracelet with heart shape padlock clasp (lacking safety chain). (2) £20-30
287.    XIX Century and Later Brooches, including Charles Horner. "Edith", "Martha", hardstone inset, enamel, banded agate, etc. (Damages) £30-50
288.    An Articulated Fish Pendant, bangles, marcasite set earrings, dress rings, etc, contained in a late XIX/early XX Century jewellery box. £20-30
289.    A Modern Panel Bracelet, with T-bar and loop fastener stamped "925"; together with matching panel necklace and hallmarked silver ring. £20-30
290.    A Ladies Fob Watch, the foliate engraved dial with Roman numerals, within foliate engraved cased, stamped "9K". £70-100
291.    A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the dial with Arabic numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, within engine turned case (import marks); together with a Continental Cased Ladies Fob Watch, the dial with red Roman numerals, within allover engraved case, stamped "0.935". (2) £40-60
292.    An Openface Pocketwatch Stopwatch, the dial with black Arabic and Roman numerals, centre seconds and two subsidiary dials, the movement unsigned, within engine turned case stamped "Omega" "0.935". £30-50
293.    Two Military Issue Pocket Stopwatches, each dial with black and red Arabic numerals, centre seconds and subsidiary dial, cases stamped with the War Department arrow, one stamped "143210", the other "Patt.3 137501". (2) £40-60
294.    Rolex; A 9ct Gold Cased Ladies Wristwatch, the unsigned dial with black and orange Roman numerals, the movement stamped "Rolex 15 Jewels", within plain case (hinge broken), on later expanding bracelet; Together with A Rotary 9ct Gold Cased Ladies Wristwatch, on a later expanding bracelet. (2) £60-100
295.    Waltham USA; A Gold Plated Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the signed dial with black Arabic numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, within plain case. £30-50
296.    Two Openface Fob Watches, each with Roman numerals, in leaf scroll engraved case, (damages). (2) £20-30
297.    A 9ct Gold Cased Ladies Wristwatch, the circular dial with Arabic numerals, within wide case, on a later bracelet. £40-60
298.    A 9ct Gold Cased Ladies Wristwatch, to integral bracelet with 9ct gold clasp. £60-80
299.    Fattorini & Son Bradford: A Hallmarked Silver Cased Fob Watch, the singed dial with black Arabic numerals, the movement signed "Am Watch Co" "Royal Waltham, Mass", the movement cover inscribed "Mary Morrells", within foliate engraved case, Birmingham 1883; together with another hallmarked silver cased fob watch. (2) £30-50
300.    Waltham USA; An Openface Admiralty Pattern No. 6 Openface Pocket Stopwatch. £30-50
301.    A Continental Ladies Fob Watch, the dial with Arabic numerals, the movement cover inscribed "Paris 5th August 1900"; together with a hallmarked silver cased ladies fob watch and a fancy link chain. £50-80
302.    Cyma; A 9ct Gold Cased Ladies Wristwatch, the signed dial with baton markers, to integral snake link bracelet. £80-100
303.    Tudor Prince Oyster Date; A Gent's Self Winding Vintage Wristwatch, the signed dial with baton markers, centre seconds and date aperture, on later bracelet. £300-500
304.    A Vintage Seiko Automatic Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with block markers, date aperture and centre seconds, on a later strap. £20-40
305.    A 9ct Gold Cased Wristwatch, the circular dial with black Arabic numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, within plain case, on a strap (damaged). £60-80
306.    Thos Russell & Son; A Hallmarked Silver Cushion Cased Boy's Size Wristwatch, the singed white dial a with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, within plain case, Birmingham 1927, on a strap; together with another cushion cased wristwatch, the Avia signed dial with Arabic numerals. (2) £30-50
307.    A Hallmarked Silver Cased J. Hicks Compensated Pocket Barometer, case back inscribed "Eton 1901 A.C. Macnabb Junior College Sports 1st in Long Jump, 2nd ,, 100yds, 3rd ,, 1 Mile", RJO, London 1900; together with a "Compensirt" pocket barometer, in original protective case. (2) £40-60
308.    A Continental Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial; together with a gun metal cased eight day openface pocketwatch, the dial with black Roman numerals and part visible movement, a medallion shield pendant, chain, etc. £30-50
309.    Waltham Gold Plated Cased Openface Pocketwatch, together with two Ingersoll openface pocketwatches. (3) £15-25
310.    Ingersoll and Smith's Openface Pocketwatches; together with a pocketwatch stand, ladies wristwatches and a Albert chain. £15-25
311.    A 9ct Gold Cased Ladies Wristwatch, the dial with blue Arabic numerals, on expanding bracelet; together with another ladies wristwatch, on mesh link bracelet (damages), a gent's Timex wristwatch etc. £80-120
312.    A Gold Plated Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the "Standard" signed dial with black Arabic numerals, the movement signed New York Standard Watch Co, with engine turned case with screw down case back; together with three modern ladies wristwatch, etc. £20-30
313.    A Modern Seiko Automatic Gent's Wristwatch, the signed blue dial with English/French day/date aperture, in original box; together with an Accurist gent's wristwatch. (2) £20-30
314.    A Vintage Gent's Rotary Rotamatic Wristwatch, in original box with guarantee dated 4.7.62; together with a Futura gent's wristwatch. £20-30
315.    A 9ct Gold Cased Gent's Wristwatch, the circular dial with Arabic numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, within cushion shape case, on a strap. £60-80
316.    A Cowey 8 Day Dash Board Clock, the signed dial with black Arabic numerals, within hinged circular frame with screw holes; together with another clock. (2) £40-60
317.    Assorted Ladies and Gent's Wristwatches, (damages) sleeve bands, cufflinks:- One Box £15-25
318.    Smiths Deluxe; A Vintage Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with Arabic numerals and dagger markers and seconds subsidiary dial, on a strap; together with a Talis automatic gent's wristwatch head (lacking strap), a modern Le Cheminant automatic wristwatch, a ladies wristwatch, gent's cufflink, etc. £30-50
319.    A Waltham Ladies Fob Watch, the signed dial with black Roman numerals, the movement signed "Am. Watch Co. Waltham, Mass", case stamped "0.935", in a fitted case; a gun metal cased ladies fob watch (converted to a wristwatch, ladies and gent's wristwatches, etc. in a wooden box. £30-50
320.    A Modern Amber Bead Necklace, of graduated design; Together with A Necklace, oval cabochon claw set. (2) £20-30
321.    A Chester Hallmarked Silver Cased Bedside Clock, the circular dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, within plain rectangular case with swing carry handle, raised on four bun feet, H.G. Chester 1909. £40-60
322.    A Matched Hallmarked Silver Christening Egg Cup and Spoon, contained in an Asprey 166 Bond Street, London case. £25-40
323.    A Pair of Decorative Opera Glasses, with Aesthetic style decoration (one glass lens damaged). £20-30
324.    A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Decorative Apostle Teaspoons, each with gilt lined shell bowl, in original fitted case. £40-50
325.    A Cased Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Tea Spoons, "Jubilee Silver 1935 British Hall Marks". £40-50
326.    A Chester Hallmarked Silver Mounted Rectangular Photograph Frame, engine turned, on easel back; together with a smaller example, of shaped design and an oval photograph frame (lacking easel). (3) £30-50
327.    Assorted Plated Ware, including three piece tea set, sugar pot, pair of ewers, salts, sugar tongs, tea strainer, commemorative spoons etc:- One Tray £20-30
328.    A XIX Century Album with Period Images, postcards, prints. £15-20
329.    A Designhutte Watch Winder, in black; together with another smaller (both electrically untested). (2) £15-25
330.    Silver Plated and Other Photograph Frames, a decorative cake stand and a leaf dish. £10-20
331.    Wooden Canteen Case Containing Assorted Plated Cutlery; together with boxed and cased sets, etc. £30-50
332.    A Quantity of Postcards, mainly shipping related, Wrought-Iron Tables 1832, maps, voting papers, prints, Fairburns 1851 advertisement, etc:- One Box £15-30
333.    A Twin Handled Pedestal Cup, of trophy form, crested with motto "Crede Cruci" (Trust in The Cross); together with an Aesthetic shaped tray, detailed with birds amongst foliage. (2) £20-30
334.    AFTER MORDEN (Robt)
Oxfordshire, a hand coloured and engraved map, framed and glazed,
42 x 37cm
Another, Kitchen (T), Warwickshire,
23 x 18cm (2) £20-30
335.    Starr MFG. Co 'Rex' Ice Skates, books, oval photograph, Tulwar type knife with wire binding to wooden handle and scabbard. £15-30
336.    A Decorative Tea Pot, "Presented to Joseph Longden by his employer Mr. W.M. Harrison on the termination of his apprenticeship March 26 1865"; a plated egg coddler, tea kettle on burner stand, roll top serving dish, etc on large oval plated tray. £20-40
337.    Three Hallmarked Silver Spoons, pair of lidded serving dishes, assorted plated cutlery, two bowls, two toast racks, etc. £30-50
338.    Plated Three Piece Tea Set, modern bottle holder, goblets, bowl, dish, Hutton Sheffield pewter hip flask, Dutch pepperette etc:- One Tray £20-30
339.    A Mixed Lot of Assorted Plated Cutlery, hallmarked silver teaspoons, toast rack, candlesticks, trays, etc. £20-40
340.    A Box Containing Thousands of GB, Commonwealth and Foreign Stamps, on and off paper, in packets. £15-20
342.    Assorted Modern Empty Jewellery Boxes:- One Box £10-20
343.    Trophy Cups, plated tray, mug, ornamental cannons, twin branch dwarf candlestick, etc. £15-20
344.    Assorted Modern Empty Jewellery Boxes:- One Box £10-20
345.    Vintage Christmas Tree, crackers, baubles tree hooks, crepe paper, etc:- One Box £20-40
346.    A Pair of Early XX Century Railway Lamps, a further railway lamp, base with moulded "M" and a BR lamp. (4) £20-40
347.    AFTER CARY (John)
Wiltshire, a hand coloured engraved map, framed and glazed,
53 x 42cm
Another, Blome (Richard), Lincolnshire,
32 x 26.5cm. (2) £20-30
347A.   A Folio of Fifty Engraved Maps of English Counties and World Countries, some hand coloured, including Jackson (Peter) Grenada and Peru; Lewis (W) Cumberland and Creighton (R) North Riding of Yorkshire etc. £40-60
348.    A XIX Century EPNS Basket, with a pierced border, early XX Century mahogany inlaid eight day clock, pair of 1920's oak candlesticks, etc:- One Tray £20-40
349.    A XIX Century Sycamore Bowl; together with two hand mirrors. £30-50
350.    A XX Century Mahogany Brass Bound Book Tray, with a carrying handle, shaped sides. £40-60
351.    A Metal Wall Sign Advertising "Fab-Licious" Ice Lolly, 50 x 70cm. £30-40
352.    A Mahogany Dome Cased Bracket Clock, circa 1900, with silent/chime, slow/fast and four gong subsidiary dials to main silvered dial with black Roman numerals and name 'Sheffield Goldsmith Co, 9 and 11 High Street', the back plate 'S & H Son'. A Male bust and pineapple gilt finials. £100-150
353.    A Box Containing an Accumulation of G.B. Commonwealth and World Stamps, on album leaves, in stock books and on stock cards mint and used. Many hundreds of stamps. A good sorter. £20-40
354.    A Victorian Office Wall Clock, mahogany cased, with Roman numerals and fusee movement. £100-150
355.    An Eight Day Wall Clock, in gilt sunburst frame, 35.5cm wide. £20-40
356.    Smiths Eight Day Wall Clock, in gilt sunburst frame, 31cm wide. £20-40
357.    The War Illustrated 1939-46, including No.1 (cover torn). £15-25
358.    Stamps, on album leaves, on cards and in packets, mainly Commonwealth, all reigns; First Day Covers and postcards. £10-15
359.    A Specialised G.B Machin Collection, heavily duplicated but with some fine used up to £5, thousands. £15-20
360.    A Small Square Top Sewing Table, with decorative mat glazed top, with assorted contents of patterns, threads, silks, buttons magazines, etc. £30-50
361.    Valery Kovalska (Ukrainian Designer), Luxury Quilted Black Leather Jacket, from the "FW14 Valery Kovalska Womenswear" Collection, with black silk lining and cross body zip fastening, size small. £100-150
362.    B.R. Brush Hawker Siddeley Type 4 Dial Badge, B.R. Western Diesel Type 4 Badge, other badges, postcards of R.M.S "Monas Queen", "R.M.S King Orry" other postcards. Book safe containing medals "Queen Victoria's visit to open the Town Hall 1897. £30-50
363.    Autographs, Ray Reardon, Val Doonican, Mantovani, Alfred Marks, Freddie Trueman, Reg Varney and many others, ink signed in album. All unverified, programmes, etc. £20-40
364.    Black and White Postcards:- One Box £10-20
365.    A Pair of Hand Tinted Pictures on Glass - Red Cross Hospital Ships 'S. S. Braemar Castle' and 'S. S. Britannic' Sunk By Germans Without Warning. £15-25
366.    A Quantity of Mid XX Century and Later Ephemera Relating to Transport, including Cunard, commercial vehicles, cars, among others. £20-30
367.    ETAS Brass Coin Operated Toilet Door Lock, with penny aperture and slide knob facility. £20-30
368.    A Collection of First Day Covers, PHQ Cards and Presentation Packs, in an album from 1976 - 1979. £10-15
369.    Collectable Items, including a cased Victorian nutcracker set, leather covered tins, ice skates, etc. £20-30
370.    A Saville Art Deco Ladies Make Up Compact, stamped 'June' , fold up bedside travel clock, shoe tree, a pair of turned wooden candlesticks, brass plaque, letter opener, cutlery, etc:- One Tray £15-20
371.    Novelty Vintage Christmas Baubles, motor car, pipe, guitars, owl, accordion, lantern, etc and two Caley cracker boxes:- One Tray £20-40
372.    A Collection of Assorted Vintage Black and White Postcards, including multi-view, etc. £10-20
373.    A Small Album of George VI and Q. Elizabeth Mint and Used Stamps, noted George VI to one shilling used and 1939 high values to ten shillings mint and Festival high values to £1. QE II wildings to one shilling and six pence. Regionals to twenty-six pence and a range of mint and used commemoratives from 1964. £20-30
374.    A Underwood and Underwood Stereoscope Viewer, with approximately fifty cards of Italian views. £30-40
375.    Grain Sewing Machine, in carry case, Girl Guides badges and ephemera, enamel and other badges, compasses, wooden and other boxes, crocheted gloves, "The Art of Being Loved" vintage booklet, Matlock Bath souvenir inkwell (lacking lid), Edwardian writing case, novelty wooden egg, thimbles, etc. £20-30
376.    A Small Collection of Australia Used in Two Stockbooks, noted Roos to two shillings, some fine used. Stamps unchecked for varieties. £15-20
377.    Signed Letters, Victor Silvester, Eamonn Andrew, Bernard Tussaud (Tussaud's), Donald Kaberry (Conservative), Maurice Edelman, Hailsham. £15-20
378.    A Collection of Vintage Christmas Tree Baubles:- One Tray £20-30
379.    A Large Quantity of Coinage, from the World, Czech banknote, stamps, cash tin, etc. £20-40
380.    A Well Presented Mint and Used Collection of G.B Commemorative's, from 1970-79 in a twenty two ring album, each set mint and fine used. £10-20
381.    A Full Set of Early XX Century Snooker Balls; together with wooden triangle. £40-60
382.    Quantity of Lobby Cards, theatre programmes, sketch album. £15-20
383.    Lenses - Taylor Taylor & Hobson 10.7 inches 6½ x 4¾ R.V in case, Cooke lens 6½ x 4¾, The Sanderson Koilos, colour filters, etc:- One Case £30-50
384.    Townsend and Son 'Description Book', containing travelling salemans? Photographs of plated goods with description. £20-40
385.    A Good Mint and Used Netherlands Stamp Collection in Two Stockbooks, from earliest issue. Very good catalogue value. £25-35
386.    Zenith; A Travelling Bedside Clock, the circular dial with Arabic numerals, within square case on bun feet, in original fitted case; together with carved wood and other pocketwatch stands/display, cased bar brooch, earstuds, etc. £30-50
387.    Kodak Agfa Cameras - Large lens 14cm diameter, compasses, etc:- One Box £30-50
388.    Dirigible No 1 (New Army Airship) and G.W.R. Station (Buckfastleigh). Four further vintage postcards. (N.B. The postcards in this lot are somewhat damaged.) £10-20
389.    A Good G.B and Commonwealth Stamp Collection on Stock Leaves, mint and used. G.B from Queen Victoria Penny Reds to six Penny Jubilee used, duplicated Edward VII and George V to 2/6 Seahorse mainly used, George VI to 5/-. Then a range of mainly used Commonwealth from Victoria to George VI noted George VI Hong Kong five dollar green and violet VFU, Jamaica George VI to ten shillings both mint, very high catalogue. £80-100
390.    A Collection of Assorted Vintage and Later Colour Postcards. £15-20
391.    Badges, dress clips, chains, etc:- One Tray £10-15
392.    A Mint and Used Collection of GB, Channel Islands and Isle of Man Stamps, in two stockbooks, including sets, singles and miniature sheets, from 1969. High catalogue value. £15-30
393.    A Quantity of Approximately 150 Early XX Century and Later Postcards, including different tartans of Scotland and topographical mainly of a Scottish theme. £20-40
394.    1899 Two Shillings Piece, 1896 one shilling, quantity of other British Coinage. £15-25
395.    A Three Draw Telescope, mid XX Century signed miniature cricket bat - 'England, Yorkshire, Surrey', John Derbyshire sweet boxes, among other items. £20-30
396.    Opera Glasses, Thomas Turner 'Ringleader' razors, etc:- One Tray £15-30
397.    Gent's Cufflinks, studs, "The Acme Boy Scouts" whistle, Tea caddy, trinket box, photograph album, etc:- One Tray £20-30
398.    A Carved Indian Extending Book trough, XIX Century Majolica style posy as a castle, Belleek cauldron, etc:- One Tray £20-30
399.    A Double Sovereign Case; together with a single sovereign case, a bosun's style whistle, travelling ink pot, Sydney Harbour souvenir mirror and a collection of assorted coins. £30-50
400.    Art Nouveau Style Photograph Frames, oval glass trinket box with embossed pull off cover, novelty cigarette dispenser box, carved box, etc. £20-30
401.    A Collection of Assorted Vintage and Later Colour Postcards:- One Box £10-20
402.    G.B Commemorative Crowns, and two 1994 fifty pence coins '50th anniversary D-Day Landings. £10-15
403.    Opera Glasses, ladies evening bag, button hooks, bead necklace, cheroot holders, horn snuff box, etc:- One Tray £20-30
404.    A Collection of Assorted Vintage Black and White Postcards, including real photograph, etc. £15-20
405.    "OL Succini. R" and "T R Gelsom" Labelled Chemists Bottles, other glass and stoneware bottles and a collection of clothing, food and petrol ration books etc:- One Tray £30-40
406.    Jackson Bros Ltd Geometry Set, cased; miniature hand mirror, hip flask, Kaiser bedside clock, "Group Boxing Competition Germany" medallion, a hallmarked silver pencil etc. £20-30
407.    XX Century (Possibly) Russian Style Bedside Clock, with a blue enamel dial, gilded pointers, early XX Century birthday and Christmas cards. £30-50
408.    A Mantel Style Bedside Clock, trinket pots, Colibri lighter, commemorative coins, jewellery rolls, tortoiseshell effect head band, etc:- One Tray £10-20
409.    Blue John and Mineral Specimens, clamp, Rupee box, Aide Memoir, etc. £20-40
410.    A Collection of Assorted Vintage and Later Postcards, including Celesque Series "London Types", London landmarks, etc. £15-20
411.    Stratton, Kigh and Other Powder Compacts, Mother of Pearl buttons, pierced plated belt, combs:- One Tray £20-40
412.    MODEL RAILWAY - A Boxed Wrenn "OO" Gauge #W2224 Class 8F 2-8-0 Freight Locomotive R/No. 48073,
BR black, six wheel tender, rubbing to decal noted on the tender. Replacement front wheels. £30-50
413.    A Large Rose Quartz in Mineral Specimen, 12cms long; together with smaller example, 8.5cms long; Ten Miniature Cork Stoppered Jars, containing amethyst crystals. £30-50
414.    A Small Collection of Vintage Colour Postcards. £5-10
415.    A XIX Century Mahogany Ladies Work Box, with fall front, inner drawer and tray and brass carry handle to top. £20-30
416.    Elliott Mahogany Cased Mantel Clock, for Frederick Thorn of Coventry. A Bushmans knife with carved scabbard. £20-40
417.    A Human Skull, with removable top and sprung jaw. £150-250
418.    A H.A.C. German Pine Cased Mantel Clock, with fourteen day strike movement, black Roman numerals to cream dial. £20-30
419.    Elliott & Sons of London Brass Cased Carriage Clock, with enamelled dial, 9.2cm high with handle down. £30-40
420.    Bornand Freres English Made Carriage Clock. £30-50
421.    An Early XX Century Miners Safety Lamp, by Richard Johnson, Clapham and Norris of Manchester, copper top. £20-30
422.    An Edwardian Three Bottle Tantalus, in silver plated carrying frame with key. £60-80
423.    Empire and Genalex Lantern Style Clocks, Swiza bedside clock. (3) £20-30
424.    A Mid XIX Century Sycamore Two-Section Spice Tower, of cylindrical form, applied with paper labels "Cloves" and "Nutmegs" (loose), 12cm high. £20-30
425.    A Rounded Rectangular Glass Display Dome, with ebonized base, 30.5cm overall height, housing Eichwald pottery equestrian figure. £30-50
426.    A Pair of Limoges Busts of Chopin and Liszt. £15-20
427.    A Made In Germany Galotta 32 Bass Accordion, red marbled finish, in original carry case with 'Piano-Accordion Tutor' booklet. £30-50
428.    An Antoria Portable Gramophone, in two tone blue, with a collection of 78's (Zonophone, Piccadilly, Imperial, Ren, New Leader labels noted). £30-50
429.    A Three Bottle Tantalus, with plated spirit labels, in mahogany stand. £30-50
430.    A Spinning Wheel, circa 1900, having spindle supports. £20-40
431.    Glass Table Lamp Having Mushroom Shade. £15-30
432.    A Mid XX Century Bunting 'Yacht' Electric Fire, (collectors item only). £15-30
433.    Bush Walnut Cased Radio Type AC34, and Bush Receiver Type VTR 103. £20-30
434.    A Green Glazed Terracotta Bust of Middle Eastern Female, with oval base, 33cm high. £20-40
435.    A Charming Late XIX Century/Early XX Century Oak Miniature Chest of Two Short and Two Long Drawers, having turned handles and bracket feet, 33.5cm wide. £50-70
436.    A Gilt Cherub Twin Branch Wall Light, with faceted lustre drops. £20-40
437.    An Asian/Indonesian Four Drawer Jewellery Cabinet, with twin opening doors, richly decorated in mother of pearl, 43cm high. £30-40
438.    A Victorian Magic Lantern, complete with interior fittings, lantern slide, etc, together with its original pine carry case. £50-70
439.    A Victorian Kent's Patent Knife Sharpening Machine. £40-60
440.    A XIX Century Mahogany Writing Box, with edged banding and key - owners name inside on mother of pearl plaque. £40-60
441.    A 1960's Toblerone Two Tier Advertising Shop Display Rack. £30-50
442.    A Large Philip's Terrestrial Globe, (19" diameter), dated 1958 with raised surfaces showing mountainous areas on a wooden base. £80-120
443.    A Collection of Books and Prestige Watch Brochures, including Practical Watch Repairing by Donald de Carle, 2004 Complete Price Guide to Watches, The Camerer Cuss Book of Antique Watches, Pocket Watches by Reinhard Meis, Automatic Wristwatches by Heinz Hampel, The World's Great Clocks & Watches, etc:- One Box £20-40
444.    Two Vintage Shop Display Heads, a pair of ladies Edwardian leather boots, plus a Steer Hide leather cowboy hat by B.C. £40-50
445.    Braxon Sheets, Edwardian nightgowns, tablecloths, umbrella, handkerchiefs:- One Box £15-30
446.    Vintage Advertising Items - A 1931 shop calendar for Bibby Soap, Persil, Omo Soap packet, tins, advertising playing cards for Cosmos Lamps, etc, plus a salesman's pack marked 'The Manufacture of Chocolate'. £20-30
447.    Christening Gowns and Baby's Dresses. £10-20
448.    A Pair of 1960's Enamel Sweet Shop Scales, (up to 11b), plus a small metal set. (3) £30-40
449.    'Regent' and Glass Trinket Sets, Murphy BA200 cassette, needlework booklets, cottons, etc. £15-25
450.    A Tongue and Corned Beef Slicing Machine, Pat No. 330783/29 supplied by Nucht Distributing Co. Derby, 22.5cm high, Hygienic Slicer Pat No. 358702 made in West Bromwich. (2) £30-40
451.    Bell-Tone Banjo, G.H. & S. with ivorine pegs, in original case. £20-40
452.    An Early XX Century Violin, with two piece back, length of back 34cm, together with bow and case. £30-50
453.    A Mid XX Century Stitched Tan Leather Travel Case, with studded corner protectors, initials rubbed to the lid. £30-50
454.    *COLLECTED BACK*
A Collection of PHQ Cards, from the Centenary of Cricket 1973 to Kings and Queens 2008. Appears complete including high values. A fine well presented lot. £50-75
455.    All World Accumulation, mainly used in packets. Folder on and off paper many thousands, unsorted. £15-25
456.    A Mid XX Century Travel Case, in cream, initialled 'R.B'. £15-20
457.    A Large Carton Containing All World Stamp Accumulation, including G.B. in albums, packets, chocolate containers, etc. Good sorter. £20-30
457A.   A Collection of Early to Mid XX Century Children's Novels and Annuals, together with Royal Commemorative books, etc. £20-30
458.    Junior Stamp Collections, in six albums. £15-30
458A.   Early XIX Century Life of Christ, Bibles, War and history related, ships, The War Illustrated, Yoga, Judo, Health, Minds and Bodies, etc:- Two Boxes £20-30
459.    Le Gaif, After J.F. Millet, Barbizon, Coloured Etching and Aquatint, graphite signed and titled lower plate margin, 28 x 22cm. £15-25
460.    After Terry Gorman - Two Graphite Signed Limited Editions Prints, 'The Meeting Corner 230/500, 37x45cm and 'Sheffield University Western Bank' 42/500. (2) £20-30
461.    M. HIlton Study of Three Female Figures, oil on canvas, 60 x 50cm, two Pierre Farel prints. (3) £15-25
462.    John Grove, Landing The Catch, Fishing Boat in Harbour, Watercolour, 25 x 35.5cm, signed lower right. £10-20
463.    •John Hamilton Glass (Scottish, Fl. 1890-1925) (ARR) Dutch Canal Scene, watercolour, signed lower right,
46 x 31.5cm. £30-50
464.    Chris Slater (Rotherham Artist) French Market Scene, oil on canvas, 39.5 x 50cm, signed lower right. Another larger of harbour scene signed lower left and dated '94. Both unframed. (2) £30-50
465.    Stanley J. Banner (Midlands Artist), Abandoned Farm, Staithes, signed lower right, watercolour, 17 x 24.5cm;
J.E. Bradshaw "Canal Locks" Lapworth, signed lower right, watercolour. (2) £10-20
466.    N.Williamson 'Sheep Dipping' And 'Stone Walling, pair of watercolours 20cm x 25cm signed, B.Short Hickleton Hall gateway watercolour, Artur Hitchman watercolour (4)
£15-20
467.    •David Cox (1783-1859), Canal Lock with Cottages and Angler, signed and dated 1849 lower left, watercolour heightened with bodycolour and scratching out, 37 x 52cm. £70-100
468.    Tom Page Cornish Coastal Scene, 29.5 x 39.5cm, David Robert and H. Galley oils. £15-25
469.    Moran Run of Six Limited Edition Colour American Lithographs, each of 1500 from Aramis 637 to King and Queen 642, each pencil signed. Two Bill Wesling signed Limited Edition colour prints and one other. (9) £20-40
470.    After Arthur Watts, Etching, cartoon artist of Punch; together with a Japanese watercolour of a lady kneeling down. £15-25
471.    A Molyneux-Stannard (1878-1975) 'Girl Beside a Thatched Cottage; watercolour, signed lower right, 23 x 33xm and a companion piece. (2) £60-90
472.    Later XX Century - 'Attentive Hunting Dogs in an Interior' Oil on Canvas,unsigned, 50 x 60cm (painted in the Victorian style), in a modern gilt frame. £40-70
473.    Later XX Century - 'Moorland Scene with Hunting Dog and Jack Russell Beside a Rabbit Hole' Oil on Canvas, unsigned, 59.5 x 49.5cm (painted in the Victorian style). £40-70
474.    Later XX Century - 'Hunting Dog Group', oil on canvas, unsigned, 50 x 75cm (painted in the Victorian style). £40-70
475.    Sheila Ball, 'Snowy Winter Lane with Farm Buildings', Oil on Board, signed lower left, 48 x 38cm; 'Howarth, Main Street', Oil on Board, signed lower right, 14 x 19cm. (2) £30-40
476.    Chris Slater (Rotherham Artist) Ilkley Moor, oil painting, 14.5 x 19.5cm, signed. Another Venetian scene. (2) £15-25
477.    Bassini, City Dawn Bridge Study,, oil on canvas, 48.5 x 69cm, signed lower left. £20-30
478.    Margaret Clarkson (Rotherham Artist), limited edition of 500 colour prints 'Give us a chip' 24.5 x 35.5cm, 'A book at Bedtime' and 'A Corner Each' smaller, all signed (3) £15-20
479.    W.T. Longmire 'Sunset at River Brathay' Watercolour, signed and dated 1888 lower right, 19.5 x 30cm, fitted in graphite verso and a companion piece. (2) £15-25
480.    A Pair of Early XX Century Gouaches, monogrammed 'JW', depicting waterfall scenes, 15 x 11.5cm. £20-30
481.    W.McK (British, Late XIX Century) (ARR) Castle in a Mountainous Landscape with Figures, watercolour, signed in monogram lower left, 45.5 x 70cm. £30-40
483.    •Sam Spencer ARBA (Exhibited 1931-1940) (ARR), Cottages and Trees in a Snowy Landscape, watercolour,
23 x 30cm. £20-30
484.    •E. Arthur Rowe (1863-1922) "Strada Vecchio Campo Lago di Como", watercolour, signed lower left, Arthur Greatorex Ltd. label verso, 13 x 24cm. £100-150
485.    A Coloured Print of Lady, in earlier walnut frame, having gilt mounts, 54 x 42cm. £15-30
486.    Sue Atkinson (b.1949) (ARR)Brelton Lake, watercolour, signed lower right, 20 x 28cm; another, The Red House, signed print, 26.5 x 37cm. (2) £50-70
487.    A*** R*** G*** (British School, Late XIX Century) Mountain Landscape, watercolour, signed with initials and dated 1887 lower left, 25.5 x 36cm. £20-40
488.    George Cunningham 'The Moor' Limited Edition Colour Print of 500, 32 x 43.5cm £20-30
489.    C. W. Oswald, Pair of Oil on Boards of River Scenes and Mountains to Background, signed lower right; together with a still life and an oil on board of a collie dog. (4) £40-80
490.    Maura Taylor Buckley, Still Life of Flowers in Vase, oil on board, signed lower left, details verso, 16 x 12cm. £20-30
491.    Seven Gould & Hart Coloured Prints of Birds Amongst Foliage, with Latin name to each. £30-60
492.    Ross Wilson (Sheffield Artist) 'Killer Tongue 2', oil on canvas, 76 x 51cm. £20-30
493.    A Brian Hirst 'Malsis Hall School' Limited Edition Colour Print, of 150, 28 x 61cm, ink signed to mount. Another of Wroxall Abbey School of 250, signed indistinctly. (2) £15-20