Two Day Fine Art Sale on
Thursday 22nd & Friday 23rd October 2015

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500.    A Large Cut Crystal Table Lamp, of mushroom shape, fitted with plated mounts, the waisted pedestal surmounted by a domed shade, modern, 54cms high overall. £80-120
501.    A Pair of Victorian Green Opaque Glass Vases, of shaft and globe form, each white enamelled to the body in the Mary Gregory style with a girl at a well, 32cms high. £100-150
502.    A Pair of Victorian Pink Opaque Glass Lustres, enamelled and gilt with swags of flowers, fitted with suspended lustres and drops, 35cms high. £50-100
503.    A Pair of Victorian Green Glass Lustres, enamelled and gilt with bands of flowers and other ornament, each supporting a series of faceted studs and drops, 35.2cms high. £200-300
504.    A Regency Glass Rummer, the bucket shaped bowl engraved with cursive initials W?B flanked by wheatears and with a sailing ship to the reverse, on a knop stem and circular base, 13.5cms high, wood case.
Note: By family repute this item belonged to a William Buist, an early XIX Century Scottish pioneer who settled in Little Falls, Canada in 1834. £40-50
505.    A Hallmarked Silver Mounted Cut Glass Decanter, Sheffield 1915, of elongated ovoid form, conforming stopper, 31cms high. £30-50
506.    A Daum Amber Crystal Animal Sculpture "Les Dandys Edward Junior", designed by Jean-Frances Leroy, with etched signature to clear glass square base, 10.5cms high. £80-120
507.    A 1970's Whitefriars Paperweight, with concentric millefiore canes within clear printie cut dome on raised circular star cut base, the signature cane dated 1973, 7cms high, 7cms diameter. £60-80
508.    A Continental Glass Liqueur Set, comprising hexagonal section decanter and stopper and six matching glasses, cut and black enamelled in the Art Deco style, mid XX Century, the decanter 25.5cms high; A Further Set, comprising globular decanter and stopper and six matching glasses on square section pedestal bases, the decanter 20cms high. £120-180
511.    A Moorcroft Pottery Circular Bowl, tubelined and decorated in the Anna Lily design by Nicola Slaney, green impressed and painted maker's marks to underside (red dot second quality), 25.8cms diameter. £125-150
512.    A Moorcroft Pottery Circular Bowl, tubelined and decorated in the Anna Lily design by Nicola Slaney, green impressed and painted maker's marks to underside (red dot second quality), 25.8cms diameter. £125-150
513.    A Royal Worcester Bone China Duodecagonal Plate, polychrome painted and gilt with a still life study of fruit comprising apple, plums, grapes and raspberries on a naturalistic ground, signed H.H. Price, printed mark and date coded for 1935 to the reverse, 22.5cms diameter. £200-300
514.    A Royal Worcester China Vase, of two-handled ovoid form, polychrome painted and gilt with a still life study of flowers on a blush ivory ground, painted monogram, printed mark, shape no. 1936 and date coded for 1900, 32.5cms high. £100-150
515.    An Early XX Century Vienna Style Porcelain Part Coffee Service, printed, painted and gilt with figures and landscapes in the rococo style, comprising coffee pot and cover, sugar basin, cream jug, slops basin, ten cups, ten saucers, ten side plates and two cake plates, printed beehive mark to the undersides, contained within a fitted, silk-lined travelling case. £150-250
516.    An XVIII Century Creamware Pottery Chestnut Basket and Cover, of two-handled circular form, with pierced and relief moulded sides, the conforming cover with flower finial, 17.2cms diameter. £70-100
517.    A Flight Barr and Barr Worcester Porcelain Dessert Plate, of shaped circular form, centrally with a family crest and motto (Hamilton), within a rust red and gilt border, 22.5cms diameter; A First Period Worcester Porcelain Sugar Basin and Cover, blue and white printed with sprays of flowers and leaves, (cover restored), 10cms diameter. (2) £60-100
518.    A Pair of Moorcroft Pottery Vases, of waisted cylindrical form, tube lined and painted with the Pomegranate pattern on a streaky blue ground, green signature and impressed mark to the undersides, 21cms high. £300-500
519.    A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of double gourd form, tube lined and painted in the Pomegranate pattern on a streaky blue ground, green signature and impressed mark to the underside, 30cms high. £150-250
520.    A XVII Century Saltgalzed Stoneware Bellarmine Jug, of conventional form, relief moulded with a mask to the neck, loop handle (broken and repaired), 18.5cms high; Another, similar. (2) £60-100
521.    A Royal Crown Derby Imari Porcelain Paperweight, modelled as a seated camel, printed mark, date code LX1 and gold stopper to underside, 17.5cms high, boxed. £80-120
522.    A Pair of Early XX Century Royal Dux China Figures, modelled as a Roman couple, he with a basket on his shoulder and melons on his arm, she with ewer on her shoulder, each on a circular naturalistic base, respectively numbered 1062 and 1063 to the underside and with raised pink triangular pad mark, the larger 37cms high. £100-150
523.    A Royal Worcester China Vase, of two-handled baluster bottle form, painted and gilt with sprays of poppies and thistles on a blush ivory ground, printed mark to the underside, pattern no. 1445, date coded for 1892, 45.5cms high. £150-200
524.    A Pilkington Royal Lancastrian Pottery Vase and Cover, of ginger jar form, lustre painted by William S. Mycock with a medieval style maritime band and inscription between ornamental borders (cover damaged), painted monogram and impressed mark to the underside, 13.5cms high. £150-200
525.    A Collection of Fifteen Early XIX Century English Porcelain and Pottery Coffee Cans, variously printed and painted, including examples by Spode and Minton. £220-250
526.    An Early XX Century Ruskin Pottery Vase, of tall baluster form, allover with a turquoise speckled lustre glaze, impressed marks and dated 1922 to the underside, 17.1cms high. £100-150
527.    A Royal Doulton Chang Stoneware Vase, by Charles Noke and Harry Nixon, of baluster form, with thick crackelware glaze to the upper part, printed mark, painted signature, impressed numerals 9.26 and incised mark H52 to the underside. £250-350
528.    A Moorcroft Prestige Vase, tubelined and decorated in the Back to Back design by Paul Hilditch, shape 18/16, limited edition number 36/40, blue painted signature, impressed and painted factory marks to underside, 40cms high. £1550-1800
529.    A Moorcroft Prestige Pottery Vase, tubelined and decorated in the Isola Bella design by Emma Bossons, shape 226/18, limited edition number 30/50, signed, painted and impressed factory marks to underside, 45.5cms high. £700-900
530.    A Moorcroft Pottery Ginger Jar, tubelined and decorated in the Bullnose Morris design by Paul Hilditch, shape 769/10, limited edition number 25/50, green painted signature, painters and impressed factory marks to underside, 24cms high. £650-750
531.    A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of trumpet form, tubelined and decorated in the Centenary Yacht design by John Moorcroft to commemorate the Moorcroft centenary 1897-1997, limited edition number 984 with certificate, signed, impressed and painted factory marks to underside, 23.5cms high. £350-450
532.    A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, tubelined and decorated in the City of Sails design by Vicky Lovatt, shape 117/9, painted 'Trial' and impressed factory marks to underside, 24cms high. £200-250
533.    A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, tubelined and decorated in the Bergamot design design by Vicky Lovatt, shape 101/12, limited edition number 2/150, painted signature and impressed factory marks to underside, 30.5cms high. £350-450
534.    A Moorcroft Pottery Circular Lidded Box, tubelined and decorated in the Christmas Morn design by Paul Hilditch, limited edition number 19/100, signed, dated 2013 and impressed factory marks to underside, 16cms diameter. £160-200
535.    A Moorcroft Macintyre Pottery Vase, of tall, slender baluster form, tubelined, painted and gilt with the "Rose Garland" pattern, printed mark, underglaze green signature and painted pattern number M2837/16 to the underside, 29.2cms high. £200-300
536.    A Royal Doulton Hannah Barlow Stoneware Vase, of tall circular section, sgraffito decorated, tube lined and painted with a band of sheep in the round, incised monogram, number 298 and assistants' marks and impressed factory mark to the underside, 36cms high. £150-250
537.    A Royal Doulton Pottery Figure, Pamela, HN 1469, 19.7cms high. £100-150
538.    A Keith Murray for Wedgwood Pottery Vase, of flared and panelled form, allover matt blue glaze, printed mark to the underside, 18.6cms high. £60-100
539.    A 1930's Charlotte Rhead for Crown Ducal Pottery Jug Vase, of baluster form with loop handle, tube-lined and painted with the "Mexican" pattern, printed and painted mark and pattern no. 6189 to the underside, 26cms high. £85-120
540.    A Crown Staffordshire Bone China Part Dinner and Tea Service, printed, painted and gilt with the Ellesmere pattern, printed and painted marks, comprising eight dinner plates, nine side plates, nine tea plates, two gravy boats and stands, two oval meat plates, large and small teapots, nine cups, eight saucers, milk jug and sugar bowl. £60-80
541.    A Late XIX Century Continental China Circular Wall Plate, painted with a portrait of a young woman, relief cast bronze frame, 25cms diameter. £40-60
542.    An Early XX Century Ernst Wahliss Vienna China Figure, as a semi-naked young woman, standing, her arms raised, square base, printed marks and painted numerals to the underside, 77.5cms high. £200-300
543.    A Royal Doulton Pottery Flambé Figure of a Leaping Salmon, after a design by Charles Noke, painted and printed marks to the underside, 32cms high £150-250
544.    A Royal Doulton Pottery Wall Mask, modelled as a laughing jester, 28.5cms high. £70-100
545.    A Royal Doulton Pottery Figure, Friar Tuck, HN 2143, 20.5cms high. £30-50
546.    A Royal Doulton Pottery Group, Flower Seller's Children, HN 1342, 21cms high. £30-50
547.    A Royal Doulton Pottery Figure, The Mask Seller, HN 2103., 22.5cms high. £30-50
548.    A Royal Copenhagen Porcelain Group, modelled as a young hunter, seated with shotgun, a recumbent hound at his feet, naturalistic base, painted and printed marks to the underside, 21.5cms high. £60-100
549.    A Royal Copenhagen Porcelain Vase, of flattened ovoid baluster form, painted with a view of The Little Mermaid, painted and printed marks to the underside, 23cms high. £60-80
550.    A Wedgwood Pottery Model of a Bull, after a design by Eric Ravilious and Arnold Machin, printed with signs of the zodiac, 40cms long. £250-300
551.    A Royal Doulton Pottery Figure, The Old Balloon Seller, HN 1315, 20cms high; Another, The Potter, HN 1493, (stress-cracked), 18cms high. (2) £40-70
552.    The Following Nine Lots Comprise a Collection of XIX and XX Century Porcelain Candle Snuffers.
A Minton Example, modelled and polychrome painted as Mrs. Malaprop, circa 1845, 9cms high; A Companion Figure, Lady Teazle, 10.2cms high. (2)
*Note: These figures, also known as The Rivals, derive from Richard Sheridan's comedies "The School for Scandal" and "The Rivals". £600-1000
553.    A Worcester Example, Town Girl, after a design attributed to James Hadley, printed mark and Victorian registration mark to the interior, circa 1880, 12.7cms high. £60-100
554.    A Pair of Royal Worcester Examples, Diffidence and Confidence, modelled as caricatures of Jenny Lind, the "Swedish Nightingale" one holding a score, her head bowed, the other holding a score, singing, printed marks to the interior, circa 1872, 9.8cms and 11.4cms high respectively. £180-250
555.    A Worcester Example, Japanese Girl, printed mark and date coded for 1929, 7.2cms high. £60-100
556.    A Royal Worcester Blush Ivory Example, Monk, printed marks and date coded for 1935, 11.8cms high. Another; Nun, printed marks and date coded for 1911, 9.8cms high. (2) £70-100
557.    A Royal Worcester Example, Monk, printed marks and date coded for 1926, 12.5cms high; Another, Nun, printed marks and date coded for 1903, 9.8cms high. (2) £100-150
558.    A Royal Worcester Example, "Duchess" from Alice in Wonderland, after a design by Freda Doughty, printed marks and numbered 3612, 10cms high. £100-150
559.    A Royal Worcester Example, Witch (flake chip to cloak collar), printed marks and date coded for 1925, 9.4cms high; A Goss Example, Welsh Lady, printed mark, 9.2cms high. (2) £80-120
560.    A Royal Worcester Example, Granny Snow, brown shawl, blue dress (hand restored), printed marks and date coded for 1908, 7.6cms high; Another, almost identical, grey shawl, blue dress. (2) £60-100
561.    A Royal Crown Derby Imari Presentation Pedestal Bowl, enamelled and gilded in the traditional Imari 1128 pattern, the square shaped bowl raised on square pedestal base bearing Nottingham Forest Football Club Crest and further gilt inscribed to "J.P. McGovern" (John McGovern captain of Nottingham Forest), printed mark and date code XLI to underside, (in original fitted box), 14cms high, 26.5cms diameter.
*Born at Montrose in 1949, John McGovern won the League Championship with Derby County in 1972 and again as captain of Nottingham Forest in 1978, before going on to lead Forest to European Cup winning success in 1979 and 1980. £500-600
562.    A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of tall circular section, tube lined and painted with the pomegranate pattern on a dark blue ground (damage and repair to rim), impressed mark to the underside, 22cms high. £100-150
563.    A Jean-Paul Landreau Studio Pottery Vase, of irregular form, sgraffito decorated and painted allover with modernist designs in a bright palette, sgraffito signature to lower edge, modern, 37cms high. £80-120
564.    An Early XX Century Continental Porcelain Plaque, painted with The Madonna of the Olives, after Professor Niccolo Barabino, inscribed verso and signed G. Bianchini, 32 x 15.8cms, Florentine frame. £100-150
565.    A Royal Doulton Figure Mary Queen of Scots, HN 3142, from the Queens of the Realm series, certificate No. 695/5000, 22.9cms high, with original fitted box. £60-80
566.    A Royal Doulton Figure Queen Elizabeth I, HN 3099, from the Queens of the Realm series, certificate No. 23/5000, 22.9cms high, with original fitted box. £50-70
567.    A Royal Doulton Figure Queen Victoria, HN 3125, from the Queens of the Realm series, 20.3cms high, with original fitted box. £60-80
568.    A Royal Doulton Figure Queen Anne, HN 3141, from the Queens of the Realm series, certificate No. 75/5000, 22.9cms high, with original fitted box. £60-80
569.    A Royal Doulton Figure Dick Turpin, HN 3272, certificate No. 373/5000, raised on circular wooden plinth, 30.5cms high, with box. £60-80
570.    A Beswick Pottery Figure of a Huntsman, model no.1501 (Style Two), in brown gloss, 21cms high; Four Beswick Pottery Hounds. (5) £80-120
571.    A XIX Century Linthorpe Pottery Vase, of hexagonal section, the streaked pottery with South American influenced circular design, impressed HT (Henry Tooth), replica signature and number 162 to base, 9.3cms high. £70-90
572.    A Royal Crown Derby Imari Paperweight, modelled as Friesian Cow Buttercup, printed factory mark, date code for 2002 and gold stopper to underside, 16cms high. £50-80
573.    A Royal Crown Derby Imari Paperweight, modelled as a Border Collie, limited issue number 875/2500, printed factory marks and date code for 2004, gold stopper, 10.5cms long. £40-60
574.    A Royal Doulton Burslem Artwares Flambé Qingdao Charger, BA 26, celebrating the Year of the Horse, with horses prancing amongst waves against a moonlit mountainous scene, limited edition number 21/200, black printed factory marks to underside, 34cms diameter. £100-150
575.    A Modern Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of baluster form, tubelined and decorated in The Escape design by Anji Davenport from the 2011 Circles of Life Collection, green painted signature, painted and impressed factory marks to underside (boxed), 26cms high. £200-300
576.    Royal Doulton Figure Pantalettes, HN 1412, green printed and painted marks to underside; Top o' the Hill (Style One), HN 1833, green skirt and blue jacket, printed mark to underside; Little Bridesmaid, HN 1434, green printed and painted marks to underside. (3) £50-70
577.    A Moorcroft Pottery Table Lamp, of baluster form, tube lined and painted in the round with a broad band of anemonies on a blue/green ground, impressed marks to the underside, 21cms high (excluding fitting). £150-200
578.    An XVIII Century Derby Porcelain Figure, polychrome painted and gilt and modelled as a young boy standing, holding a bowl and spoon, floral encrusted naturalistic base, incised mark No. 69 to the underside, 12cms high. £40-70
579.    A Collection of Royal Crown Derby Old Imari Bone China, pattern No. 1128, comprising six tea cups, six saucers, eight side plates, two breakfast cups, two breakfast cup saucers, sugar basin and two bread and butter plates, printed marks and variously date coded. (27) £150-250
580.    A Goldscheider Art Deco Glazed Pottery Wall Mask, as a young woman with ginger hair, a relief modelled flower to her neck, impressed numeral 6859 and printed marks to the reverse, 26cms high. £100-200
581.    A 1930's Clarice Cliff Bizarre Pottery Coffee Set, printed and painted in the Sunshine pattern, comprising coffee pot and cover, sugar basin, cream jug, six cups and six saucers, printed marks to the undersides. £300-500
582.    An Early XX Century Shelley China Part Teaset, printed and painted with a design incorporating a chevron band, comprising eight cups, ten saucers, eleven side plates, cream jug, sugar basin and two bread and butter plates, printed mark and painted number 11143 to the undersides. £200-300
583.    A Continental Porcelain Rectangular Plaque, painted with a young girl, seated with a basket of flowers and a parasol, observing a magpie, signed "Laure Levy" lower left, XX Century, in gilt frame, 16 x 21.5cms. £80-120
584.    A Pair of XIX Century Spode Pottery Soup Plates, blue and white transfer printed with panels of flowers, printed and impressed marks, 24cms diameter; A Brameld Example, printed with an Italianate landscape with figures, impressed mark, 26cms diameter; A Pair of Pearlware Plates, printed with figures in a landscape, 21.5cms diameter. (5) £40-70
585.    An Early XIX Century Staffordshire Pottery Sponge Decorated Cow Creamer, stood four square, with seated milkmaid, on shaped base, with cover, 14cms high. £150-200
586.    A Circa 1930 Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of baluster form, tube lined and painted with irises on a streaky blue ground, impressed replica signature mark and underglaze blue painted initials to the underside, 22.5cms high. £200-300
587.    An Early XX Century Royal Doulton Stoneware Planter, of circular form, relief moulded and painted with a band of ornament in the Art Nouveau manner, and on a mottled blue ground, impressed and incised marks to the underside, 20cms high. £60-100
588.    A Pair of Royal Worcester China Vases, of circular section with flared necks and bases, each painted and gilt in the round with Highland cattle, signed H. Stinton, printed green mark to the undersides, shape no. G923 and date coded for 1925, 16cms high. £600-1000
589.    A Pair of Crown Devon Tile Pictures, painted with opposing scenes, each as two setters in a landscape, signed R. Hinton, printed mark and painted numerals 0929 to the reverse, 15.2cms square, oak frames. £200-300
590.    A First Period Worcester Porcelain Sauce Boat, relief moulded to the exterior with flowers and leaves and similarly blue and white painted, a stylised flowerhead border to the inner rim, painted crescent mark to the underside, 17cms wide £200-300
591.    A XIX Century Staffordshire Pottery Cow Creamer and Cover, with blue willow pattern decoration to body, on naturalistic oval base, 12.5cms high. £30-50
592.    A Royal Worcester Bone China Pot Pourri Jar and Cover, of baluster form, painted by Paul English in the round with a still life study of fruit, signed, above a relief-moulded gilt basketweave basal band, the conforming cover pierced and with spike finial, printed black mark, painted initials PW and numbered 1286 5/5 to the underside, 19.5cms high. £500-700
593.    A XIX Century Minton Majolica Oyster Dish, decorated in relief with six blue mottled seashell wells surrounding central well divided by fish and seaweed, impressed factory mark and number 365 to underside, 26.5cms diameter. £150-250
594.    A Moorcroft Pottery Lamp Base, of squat baluster form, tubelined and painted in the Blackberry design, on circular wooden base, 14.5cms high. £100-140
595.    A Chinese Porcelain Circular Bowl and Cover, blue and white painted in the round (and later clobbered) with landscape designs, the domed cover with lion dog finial (significant damages), probably Qianlong, 29.7cms diameter. £100-150
596.    An Early XX Century Japanese Porcelain Vase, of double gourd form, blue and white painted with a pine tree framing Mount Fuji, and with a text, associated stopper, six character mark to the underside, 23cms overall. £200-250
597.    A XIX Century Japanese Imari Teapot, of ribbed, squat circular form, painted and gilt with flowers between ornamental borders, the domed cover with onion finial, 13cms high; An Early XX Century Japanese Porcelain Teapot, blue and white painted with stylised flowers (cane handle lacking), 9cms high. (2) £50-80
598.    A Pair of Early XX Century Japanese Lacquered Bronze Vases, each with a relief decorated ovoid body and slender cylindrical neck with twin animalistic handles, 30.5cms high. £40-70
599.    An Early XX Century Japanese Bronze Jardiniére, of circular baluster form, relief decorated with a dragon amongst clouds, 24.5cms high. £100-150
600.    An Early XX Century Chinese Bronze Small Circular Bowl, of bellied circular form inlaid with silver wire, twin elephant head handles, 13.5cms, with wood cover and stand. £60-100
601.    A Late XIX Century Japanese Ivory Okimono, as a seated monkey holding a large snail, a frog at his side, 6cms high; A Carved Ivory Figure of an Artisan, (losses), 16.5cms high; A Bone Figure of a Robed Man, (losses), 14.5cms high. (3) £100-150
602.    An Early XX Century Chinese Imari Circular Wall Charger, painted and gilt in the traditional palette, centrally with a flowering plant within a panelled floral border, spurious six character Wanli mark to the reverse, 39.1cms diameter.
£60-100
603.    An Early XX Century Chinese Carved Hardwood Vase Stand, of octagonal form, with marble inlaid top, on four carved supports, 21cms wide, 23.5cms high. £60-100
604.    An Early XX Century Japanese Kutani Porcelain Baluster Jar and Cover, painted and gilt with panels of birds in flowering trees within ornamental borders, the cover with lion dog finial, 38.5cms high overall; A Similar Baluster Vase, (broken and repaired) 37cms high. (2) £40-70
605.    A Hongxian Canton Porcelain Baluster Vase and Cover, painted in the traditional palette with panels of flowers and figures in interiors, the cover with lion dog finial, four character mark to the underside, 30.5cms high; Two Chinese Porcelain Blue and White Coffee Cans, XIX Century and a modern plate, 21.5cms high. (4) £60-100
606.    An Early XX Century Japanese Small Ivory Carving, as an elephant with attendants, 3.2cms high. £100-150
607.    Four Items of Early XX Century Ivory, comprising a Japanese sectional part okimono as a courtesan, 19cms high; a Japanese concentric ball stand, 10cms high; a Japanese carving of a grotesque serpent with ball in mouth, 8.1cms high; and an African small elephant, 3.1cms high. (4) £120-180
608.    A Pair of Chinese Baluster Vases and Covers, blue and white painted with flowering plants and rockwork, and later extensively clobbered with flowers, dragons, insects and other devices, the domed covers with onion finials, probably XIX Century, 46cms high; A Circular Section Vase, similarly decorated, with flared mouth, 42.5cms high. (3) £200-300
609.    An Early XX Century Japanese Ivory Okimono, as three travellers, climbing a rocky outcrop, two character mark to the underside, 14cms high. £120-180
610.    A Late XIX Century Chinese Crackleware Vase, of baluster form, blue and white painted with coiled dragons on a flowering branch ground, seal mark to the underside, (damages and restoration), 32.5cms high; Another, a smaller example, painted with lion dogs amongst clouds (damages and restoration), 22.5cms high. (2) £70-100
611.    *COLLECTING BACK* An Early XX Century Japanese Miniature Cabinet, all-over parquetry inlaid and with brass fittings, two panel doors to the frieze enclosing a series of eight small above one long drawer, 26 x 18 x 34cms. £180-250
612.    An Early XX Century Chinese Carved Ivory Concentric Ball and Stand, the ball approximately 5.5cms diameter, 17.5cms high overall; A Victorian Brass Letter Seal, with turned bone handle, 7cms long. (2) £150-200
613.    A XX Century Chinese Circular Bowl, reserved with floral roundels and painted with scattered flower stems on a sgraffito pink ground, four character pseudo-Qianlong mark to the underside, 19cms diameter. £60-100
614.    A Pair of XX Century Chinese Porcelain Small Circular Bowls, painted in the famille rose palette with precious objects on a salmon pink ground, printed seal mark to the undersides, 10.4cms diameter. £40-70
615.    A XX Century Canton Porcelain Vase, of baluster form, painted in the traditional palette with reserved panels of figures in interiors within ornamental floral and foliate borders, releif dragons and lion dogs to the shoulder and neck, 33cms high. £60-100
616.    A XX Century Chinese Porcelain Large Ginger Jar and Cover, blue and white painted with reserved panels of precious objects on a prunus blossom ground, 27cms high. £60-100
617.    A Pair of XX Century Chinese Carved Alabaster Lion Dogs, each seated on a rectangular section pedestal, 18cms high; Another Pair, 17.5cms high. (4) £70-100
618.    A XX Century Chinese Porcelain Bonsai Planter, of rectangular form, blue and white printed in the round with dragons amongst clouds, within floral and foliate borders, shaped supports, 31cms wide. £60-100
619.    A XIX Century Chinese Canton Porcelain Floor Standing Vase, of baluster form, painted and gilt in the traditional palette with figural scenes within borders of flowers, birds and insects, twin gilt scroll handles to the neck (one broken and repaired), 62.5cms high. £250-350
620.    A Collection of Early XIX Century "Treasures of Tek Sing" Chinese Provincial Porcelain, blue and white painted, comprising a tea bowl, 7.3cms diameter; another, similar; a spoon; a saucer dish, 8.6cms diameter and a bowl, 15.9cms diameter, all with auction labels and certificates. £60-100
621.    A XIX Century Chinese Carved Wood Card Case, of shaped rectangular form, allover decorated with figures in landscapes, slip cover, 10.5cms; A Further Victorian Example, mother of pearl with parquetry veneer, 10.6cms. (2) £80-120
624.    AFTER ROBERT R. GREENHALF (b.1951)
The Mansion, limited edition etching, signed and numbered 70/75 in pencil in the margin,
19 x 24.5cms.
ANOTHER BY THE SAME HAND.
Jubilee Avenue, signed and numbered 70/75 in pencil in the margin,
19.2 x 24.2cms. (2) £100-150
625.    AFTER LAURENCE STEPHEN LOWRY (1887-1976)
Three Men and a Cat, reproduction printed in colours, signed in biro in the margin and with blindstamp,
25 x 16.5cms. £700-1000
626.    AFTER LAURENCE STEPHEN LOWRY (1887-1976)
Ferry Boats, reproduction printed in colours, signed in pencil in the margin and with blindstamp,
30.5 x 40.5cms. £800-1200
627.    AFTER LAURENCE STEPHEN LOWRY (1887-1976)
His Family, reproduction printed in colours, signed in pencil in the margin, and with blindstamp,
53 x 70cms. £700-1000
628.    •* GEORGE CUNNINGHAM (Sheffield Artist) (1924-1996) (ARR)
Two Boys, pen and ink, signed lower right,
13.5 x 9.5cms.
Provenance: With Hibbert Bros., purchased 17.2.88, original receipt of purchase included. £50-100
629.    AFTER MARGARET SHAW (Sheffield Artist) (1917-1983)
Continental Hilltop Town, lithograph printed in colours, signed in pencil lower right,
34 x 49cms.
ANOTHER
Continental Street Scene, by the same hand,
34 x 48cms. (2) £80-120
630.    AFTER PIERRE-AUGUST RENOIR (1841-1919)
Claude Renoir, tourneé á gauche, lithograph, signed within the plate,
21 x 17.2cms. £50-70
631.    AFTER DERRICK GREAVES (Sheffield Artist) (b.1927)
Alter, Alter, Also There, limited edition screenprint, signed and numbered 16/75 verso and with Kelpa Studio blindstamp,
45 x 63cms. £100-150
632.    AFTER ALBERT HOUTHUESEN (1903-1979)
Head of a Girl, wearing a beret, lithograph, signed within the plate,
65 x 49cms. £50-80
633.    AFTER EVELYN GIBBS (1905-1991)
Low Tide, Hammersmith, limited edition lithograph, signed and numbered 73/80 in pencil,
51.5 x 64.5cms. £50-80
634.    AFTER DAVID SHEPHERD
Elephant Study, monochrome reproduction, signed within the plate and signed and inscribed "To Pauline - my best wishes" in pencil on the mount,
12.2 x 14cms. £30-50
635.    •* LEWIS BAUMER (1870-1963) (ARR)
"Shall we ask that new member to make up the four?" "I shouldn't. He can't be much of a player - he's only got three racquets"
pen and ink, signed lower right,
22.4 x 32.8cms;
Another
"Royal Opera - Gotterdammerung" "Of course I know one has to go - but it is so unutterably un-gay isn't it?". (2) £100-150
636.    •* LEWIS BAUMER (1870-1963) (ARR)
"The Parting Shot. Angry young lady (to boarding-house Lothario) - and try to remember it's one thing to look like a gentleman and quite another to behave as such," pen and ink,
20.4 x 27.3cms;
Four Others,
by the same hand. (5) £150-250
639.    •* LLOYD GEORGE HIGGINS (1912-1980) (ARR)
Man with Cows, Worsthorne, pen and watercolour, signed lower left, labels verso,
20.5 x 28cms. £80-120
640.    •* LLOYD GEORGE HIGGINS (1912-1980) (ARR)
The Milk Float, pen and watercolour, signed and dated (19)80 lower left, labels verso,
20.5 x 29cms. £80-120
641.    •* LLOYD GEORGE HIGGINS (1912-1980) (ARR)
Dawn Workers, Todmorden, pen and watercolour, signed lower right,
18 x 27.5cms. £80-120
642.    HENRY L. DELL (British School) (XIX/XX Century)
Harvest Time, South Downs, watercolour, signed lower right, titled on the mount, gilt plaster frame,
24.5 x 36.5cms. £40-50
643.    •* HOWARD NEVILLE WALFORD (1864-1950) (ARR)
Ovington Mill, on the Itchen, watercolour, signed lower right, titled on the mount, gilt plaster frame,
35.5 x 26.5cms.
ANOTHER, A Pair,
On the Banks of the Itchen. (2) £100-150
644.    FREDERICK JAMES KNOWLES (1874-?)
A Winter's Day, Flintshire, watercolour, signed lower left and titled on the mount, gilt plaster frame,
25 x 35cms. £40-60
645.    FREDERICK JAMES KNOWLES (1874-?)
In a North Wales Valley, watercolour, signed lower right, titles on the mount, gilt plaster frame,
25 x 35cms. £40-60
646.    PAUL BERTRAM (Piggot) (Sheffield Artist) (1872-1929)
A Country Landscape near Moscar, watercolour, signed lower right,
23.5 x 32.5cms. £50-100
647.    ALBERT LUDOVICI JR (1852-1932)
Regatta at Langston, signed lower left,
17 x 24cms. £80-120
648.    •* ROBERT CRESSWELL BOAK (1875-1949) (ARR)
Lake Maggiore, Switzerland, watercolour, signed lower left,
13 x 19cms. £50-100
649.    ? CHURCH
Maritime Scene, watercolour, signed on Spar,
14 x 20cms.
ANOTHER,
A pair. (2) £80-120
650.    •* ALEXANDER MOLYNEAUX STANNARD (1878-1975) (ARR)
Farmer with Sheep on Country Lane, watercolour, signed lower left,
24 x 17cms. £50-100
651.    An Early XIX Century Miniature Watercolour Portrait of a Young Woman, three-quarter length, standing holding a letter, rosewood frame,
16 x 13.6cms. £30-50
652.    ROBERT ERNEST ROE (1852-1921)
Upnor Manor, with shipping on the Medway in the foreground, watercolour, signed lower left, titled on a label verso,
37 x 55cms.
ANOTHER, A Pair
Bamburgh Castle, with shipping in a heavy swell in the foreground. (2) £400-600
653.    •* GEORGE CUNNINGHAM (Sheffield Artist) (1924-1996) (ARR)
The Travellers Rest, watercolour, signed lower right,
18.4 x 15.4cms.
Provenance: With Hibbert Bros., purchased 31.5.95, a copy of the receipt of purchase included. £250-350
654.    •* GEORGE CUNNINGHAM (Sheffield Artist) (1924-1996) (ARR)
Marching Boys, watercolour, signed lower right,
18 x 13.5cms.
Provenance: With Hibbert Bros., purchased 31.5.95, original receipt of purchase included. £200-250
655.    •* GEORGE CUNNINGHAM (Sheffield Artist) (1924-1996) (ARR)
Merry Christmas, watercolour, signed centre lower edge,
12.3 x 10.6cms.
Provenance: With Hibbert Bros., purchased 17.2.88, a copy of the receipt of purchase included. £100-150
656.    THOMAS BUSH HARDY (1842-1897)
Mixed Shipping in a Squall off a Harbour Mouth, watercolour heightened with bodycolour, signed and dated 1892 lower right,
25.5 x 78.5cms. £700-1000
657.    R*** A*** DUVAL (British School) (XIX Century)
Portrait of a Woman, head and shoulders, pastel, signed and dated 1853 lower right,
54 x 38cms. £80-100
658.    BRITISH SCHOOL, (XX Century)
Study of Fungi, batik silk panel, indistinctly signed lower edge,
90 x 80cms. £200-300
659.    •* TREVOR NEAL (b.1947)(Sheffield Artist) (ARR)
Adriatic Coastal Scene, pastel, signed with initials and dated 2006 lower left,
23.5 x 72cms.
ANOTHER
A Pair, similar. (2) £60-100
660.    •* RICHARD BARRETT (British School) (Contemporary) (ARR)
Cow Parsley, acrylic on paper, signed and titled in the margin,
34.5 x 63.5cms.
ANOTHER
Cherry Blossom, by the same hand,
35 x 63cms. (2) £50-80
661.    •* LEIGH P. Cooke (British School) (Contemporary) (ARR)
Leaves and Berries, acrylic on paper, signed and dated 2001 in pencil,
18.5 x 23.5cms.
ANOTHER
Smaller, by the same hand, box framed as one. £50-80
662.    •* MAGGIE CULLEN (British School( (Contemporary) (ARR)
White Horses, paper, prestia modell gold leaf (cellulose compound), signed, dated Feb. 2001, titled and inscribed verso,
57 x 75cms, box framed. £150-200
663.    WILLIAM HENRY PIGOTT (1835-1901) (Sheffield Artist)
Herder with Cattle in a Landscape, watercolour, signed lower right,
16.5 x 24.5cms. £100-150
664.    •* JOHN HOLMES LAVER (1880-1950) (Sheffield Artist) (ARR)
Near Ringinglow, watercolour, signed lower left, titled on a label verso,
28 x 38cms. £40-60
665.    FRANK SALTFLEET (1860-1937) (Sheffield Artist)
Kirk Hallam, watercolour, signed lower left, titled lower right,
33 x 23cms. £100-150
666.    •* GEORGE HAMILTON CONSTANTINE (1878-1969) (Sheffield Artist) (ARR)
Calver Village, watercolour, signed lower left,
25.5 x 35cms. £100-150
667.    NICHOLAS POCOCK (1740-1821)
A Family Group with Donkey, in a landscape overlooking Chapel-en-le-Frith, watercolour, inscribed verso,
35.5 x 44.5cms. £300-500
668.    •* STANLEY ROYLE (1888-1961) (Sheffield Artist) (ARR)
Richmond Castle, watercolour, signed and dated 1924 lower right,
26 x 37cms. £400-600
669.    •* ENDRE RODER (b.1933) (ARR)
Argevion and Friend, gouache, signed and dated (19)94 lower right and titled on a label verso,
15.5 x 34.5cms. £70-100
670.    ROBERT THORBURN ROSS (1816-1876)
Shore Scene with Beached Fishing Boat, watercolour heightened with white, signed with initials, inscribed "Spittal", dated May 19th 1849, and further inscribed "Retouched 1875" lower left,
17 x 24.5cms. £150-250
671.    •* WILLIAM RUSSELL FLINT (1880-1969) (ARR)
Argument in Almeria, watercolour, signed lower right,
33 x 55cms. £5000-7000
672.    •* GEORGE CUNNINGHAM (1924-1996) Sheffield artist
"Bamford", village streetscene with postman, Derbyshire, watercolour, signed lower left, titled verso and bearing Hibbert Bros. label.
32cm x 43cm. £200-400
674.    •* LOXTON KNIGHT (1874-1961) (ARR)
A River Landscape, oil on canvas, signed lower right,
51 x 61cms. £200-300
675.    LEÓN ÉMILE CAILLE (1836-1907)
Blowing Bubbles, oil on panel, signed and dated 1876 lower left,
23.5 x 32.5cms. £500-700
676.    WRIGHT BARKER (1864-1941)
Two Collies in a Mountainous Landscape, oil on canvas, signed and indistinctly dated, possibly 1917 lower left,
52 x 69cms. £200-300
677.    •* JOHN WILLIAM BEE (1883-1963) (Sheffield Artist) (ARR)
Near Totley, Sheffield, oil on canvas, signed lower right, titled verso,
30.8 x 35.8cms. £100-150
678.    •* IRENE A. WELBURN (XX Century) (British School) (ARR)
Extensive Landscape with Farmstead, oil on board, signed lower right,
61 x 91.5cms. £100-150
679.    JOSEPH MILNE (1857-1911)
Docks Scene, with figures in a rowing boat in the foreground, oil on canvas, signed lower right,
41 x 61.5cms. £700-1000
680.    •* MARGARET CHAPMAN (1940-2000) (ARR)
A Rainy Street with Pedestrians and Road Sweeper, oil on board, signed and dated (19)72 lower right,
51 x 75cms.
£100-200
681.    CHARLES BEATSON (Late XIX/Early XX Century English School)
A Spanish Envoy, oil on canvas board, signed and dated 1921 lower left, titled on the frame,
33 x 15cms. £60-100
682.    •* JOHN WILLIAM BEE (1883-1960) (Sheffield Artist) (ARR)
Farmyard Scene, oil on board, signed lower right,
68 x 85.5cms. £150-250
683.    •* TREVOR NEAL (b.1947) (Sheffield Artist) (ARR)
Nude Study, half length, oil on cracked gesso on canvas, signed with initials and dated (19)99 lower left,
29 x 24cms, box framed. £50-80
684.    •* KEVIN FARRELL (British School) (XX Century) (ARR)
Victorian Jug with Chrysanthemums, oil on board, signed with initials and signed and titled verso,
60.5 x 42.5cms. £150-250
685.    •* E*** B*** C*** (British School, Late XX Century) (ARR)
Orchid Study, oil on canvas, signed with initials lower right,
41 x 52cms.
ANOTHER
Similar, by the same hand. (2) £60-100
686.    HENDRICK VADER (Continental School, XX Century)
Return of the Fishing Fleet, oil on panel, signed lower left,
65 x 122cms. £300-500
687.    •* JOE SCARBOROUGH (Sheffield Artist) (b.1938) (ARR)
Station Road, oil on board, signed lower left and dated (19)81,
40.5 x 40.5cms. £1000-1500
688.    JOHN GUTTERIDGE SYKES (1866-1941)
Study of a House and Garden, with a glimpse of the sea beyond, watercolour, signed lower right,
28.5 x 38cms. £50-100
689.    DUTCH SCHOOL (XX Century)
Winter Landscape, with skaters on a frozen river, oil on panel, bears signature verso,
13 x 17.5cms. £40-70
690.    •* JOHN TRICKETT (b.1952) (ARR)
Shire Horses Pulling Logs in a Winter Setting with Drover in Attendance, oil on canvas, signed lower right,
59.5 x 74cms. £250-350
691.    •* DENIS McBRIDE (b.1939) (ARR)
Domestic Interior No. 2, oil on canvas, signed on a Chichester Galleries Ltd. label to the stretcher,
127.5 x 91cms. £100-150
692.    •* GILBERT SPENCER (1892-1979) (ARR)
Cornfields, oil on canvas, signed lower right, related paperwork including R.A. of Arts memorandum of purchase, despatch notices etc.,
44.5 x 60cms. £500-1000
694.    An Early XX Century Simon & Halbig Bisque Headed Doll, marked "SH" with "PB" within a star and numbered 914, 11 to back of head, with sleepy eyes, open mouth with teeth, jointed composite body with later acrylic hair, no visible cracks, 76cms high. £50-80
695.    An Early XX Century Armand Marseille Porcelain Headed Doll, marked "390n D.R.G.M. 246/1, A3M" to back of head, with sleepy eyes, open mouth with teeth, jointed composite limbs with one or two missing fingers, no visible cracks, later costume, approximately 46cms high. £30-50
696.    An Early XX Century Porcelain Headed Doll, marked "Waltershausen Germany 1916, 4" to back of head, with sleepy eyes, open mouth with teeth, jointed limbs with composite body, no visible cracks but showing signs of wear, 56cms high. £30-50
697.    An Early XX Century Armand Marseille Porcelain Headed Baby Doll, with sleepy eyes, soft body and composite hands, approximately 29cms high. £20-40
698.    An Early XX Century S.F.B.J. Porcelain Headed 'Bluette' Doll, marked "60 Paris 10/0" to back of head, with dark open eyes, open mouth with teeth and jointed composite body, 33cms high. £40-60
699.    An Early XX Century Armand Marseille Porcelain Headed Doll, marked "390n A.2/0 M" to back of head, with sleepy eyes, open mouth with teeth and jointed composite body, 38cms high. £30-50
700.    An Early XX Century Simon & Halbig Bisque Headed Doll, marked "SH" with "PB" within a star and 1909, 4/0 to back of head, with brown open eyes, open mouth with teeth and jointed composite limbs, some damage to fingers and toes, 33cms high. £30-50
701.    An Early XX Century Armand Marseille Porcelain Headed Doll, marked "390n A8M" to back of head, with sleepy eyes, open mouth with teeth, composite body, jointed limbs, slightly nibbled fingers, costume appears to be later, approximately 59cms high. £30-50
702.    A Latter Half of the XX Century Pond Yacht, wooden construction, hollow hull with metal fittings and lead keel, deck hatch reveals an electric motor and gear box for steering rather than motive power, plastic sails, mast approximately 185cms high, 184cms long with a beam of 33cms at the widest point, complete with stand, plans, sails and other oddments. £300-320
703.    A Large Clinker Built Model of a West African Fighting Dow (Boat), named "Jauri", complete with mast and rigging. 130cms long, 110cms high. £100-150
704.    A Mid XX Century Pond Yacht, of wooden planked construction, hollow hull with metal fittings and lead keel, named 'Pamir', 200cms high, 176cms long with a beam of 30cms at the widest point, complete with stand; A Pond Yacht, carved from a solid block of pitch pine, with a lead keel and mast pennants, hull 107cms long with a beam of 22cms at the widest point, complete with stand. (2) £300-320
705.    A 1930's Wooden Hulled Pond Yacht, two masted, with hollow hull, lead keel and metal fittings, possibly by Basset Loake, 71cms high, 94cms long and with a beam of 23cms. £100-200
706.    A Mid XX Century Model of a Twin Masted Steam Schooner, wooden construction with a mast height of 71cms, on a purpose built stand, 94cms long, with a beam of 20cms at the widest point. £60-100
707.    A Large Edwardian Pond Yacht, of wooden planked construction, hollow hull with brass fittings and lead keel, mast height approximately 210cms, 152cms long with a beam of 30cms at the widest point. £300-500
708.    A Mid XX Century Pond Yacht, 92cms stained wooden hull, lead keel, 124cms single mast. £80-150
709.    A Mid XIX Century Anglo-Indian Hardwood and Brass Bound Writing Box, of rectangular form, internally fitted, 39.5cms wide. £80-120
710.    An Early XX Century Jerusalem Olive Wood and Parquetry Slope Top Stationery Box, the lid inscribed with Hebrew script, the interior compartmented, 25cms wide. £60-100
711.    A Titchmarsh & Goodwin Style Oak Glove Box, with hinged lid and frieze carved with "A" on turned and block supports, 31cms high, 36cms wide. £30-50
712.    A Carved Oak Wall Panel or Pediment, of shaped arched form, centrally relief carved with a mask within an elaborate frame of strapwork, shells and scrolls flanked by grotesque masks in profile, probably XVII century and later, 63cms high, 84cms wide. £150-200
713.    An Early XX Century Indo-Persian Hardwood and Wire Inlaid Back Scratcher, 43cms long. £30-50
714.    An Early Victorian Mahogany Domestic Medicine Chest, of rectangular form, the interior compartmented and velvet lined and containing a selection of labelled bottles and stoppers, the frieze with a drawer to the base, recessed brass handle, internally with scales, weights and accessories, 21.8cms wide. £100-150
715.    A Late XIX Century Continental Oak and Parquetry Lined Apprentice Chest, as a breakfront commode with rectangular marble slab top, brass ring handles with cast backplates, tapering supports, 29.5cms wide. £150-250
716.    A XIX Century Fruitwood Tea Caddy, formed as an apple, with steel navette shaped lockplate, the interior foil lined, 10cms high. £80-120
717.    An Early Victorian Rosewood and Mother of Pearl Inlaid Combination Jewellery Casket and Writing Case, the hinged lid with moulded pediment enclosing a fitted interior, the frieze with two doors enclosing three fitted drawers, twin ring drop handles to sides (feet lacking), 30cms wide. £200-300
718.    A Victorian Cast Ormolu Tazza, of shaped circular form, with a polychrome circular print depicting the Crystal Palace, 26.5cms diameter; A Similar Smaller Pair, 20.5cms diameter. (3) £60-80
719.    MANNER OF PIERRE-JULES MÉNE (1810-1879)
Chasseur Écossais Tenant Deux Chiens, bronze, bears signature, marble plinth,
52cms overall. £300-500
720.    MANNER OF PIERRE-JULES MÉNE (1810-1879)
Chasseur Écossais un Renard au Chien, bronze, bears signature, marble plinth,
56.5cms overall. £300-500
721.    A Pair of Miniature Black Painted Cast Iron Ornamental Cannons, modern, 45.5cms, each on a felt covered wood base. £60-100
722.    A Continental Bronze Ewer, heavily cast in relief with bands of carousing cherubs and fruiting vines, XX Century, 57cms high. £60-100
723.    An Early XX Century French Bronze and Champleve Enamel Oval Jewel Casket, internally velvet lined, the hinged cover surmounted by two birds, four ball feet, 17.6cms high. £100-150
724.    An XVIII Century Dutch Brass Tobacco Box, of rounded rectangular form, engraved with figural panels, 13.7cms wide. £40-70
725.    A Pair of XX Century Cast Bronze Figures of Putti, one playing a triangle, the other a flute (both instruments lacking), each on a circular naturalistic base with pierced and scrolling border, 25.2cms high. £100-150
726.    An Early XX Century French Bronze and Champleve Enamel Two-Handled Tray, of shaped rectangular form, incorporating an enamel panel depicting a young woman seated on a cloud, attended by cupid holding a basket of flowers, signed "Callot", 31cms wide. £250-350
727.    A Pair of Late XIX Century Continental Bronzes, each as a medieval warrior, part dressed in armour, one holding a flask aloft, the other holding a dead rabbit (sword lacking), each on circular marble base, the larger 28.5cms high. £100-150
728.    A Collection of Late XIX/Early XX Century Copper Printing Blocks, depicting products of assorted Sheffield cutlers, light engineering firms and similar, contained in a wood chest and loose (approximately 150). £100-150
729.    JOHN WILLIS GOOD (1845-1879)
Study of a racehorse, bronze, signed to the base edge,
23cms high. £500-700
730.    A XX Century Tibetan Hollow Cast Bronze Figure of Buddha, seated on a lotus decorated pedestal, 11.4cms high. £40-70
731.    An Early XX Century Continental Cold Painted Bronze Figure of a Parakeet, 3.8cms high; Another as a Kingfisher, 2.3cms high; Another as a Frog, 1.5cms high and a painted alloy figure of a Kingfisher, 6.2cms high. (4) £100-150
732.    A Victorian Silver and Mother of Pearl Folding Fruit Knife, made by John Yoemans Cowlishaw, Sheffield 1870, fitted leather case; Eight Further Knives, similar. (9) £120-180
733.    An Early XX Century Cold Painted Bronze Figure of a Pheasant, 11.5cms high. £100-150
734.    BRITISH SCHOOL (Late XX Century)
Portrait Bust of a Woman, bronze, marble plinth, 34cms high. £150-200
735.    A Pair of Art Deco Style Bronze Figures of Dancing Nude Girls, each signed Masier to the base, on a modern stepped glass square section pedestal, the larger 31.5cms high. £120-180
736.    A Late XIX Century Knife, with twin edge blade, length 11.3cms, foliate engraved tine and carved ivory hilt, the pommel formed as a tiger head in the Indian manner, 21.4cms overall. £60-100
737.    An Early XIX Century Miniature Portrait of a Gentleman, half length, watercolour on ivory, oval, 6.3 x 5.3cms; Another, depicting a child holding a rosebud, oval, 6.5 x 4.8cms, ebonised frame; An Early XX Century Overpainted Photograph Miniature, of a child, oval, 4.3 x 3.3cms. (3) £70-100
738.    A Circa 1920's Mahjong Set, the stained ivorine tiles contained in a fitted leather attache style case, together with four red lacquer tile holders, painted and gilt with landscapes. £70-100
739.    A Victorian Pram, the wood framed body with padded leather cloth interior, folding hood, sprung base with ceramic handle, spoked iron wheels with rubber treads, 95.5cms high. £80-150
740.    •* GEORGE FULLARD (1923-1973) (Sheffield Artist) (ARR)
Worker, head study, cement fondu on wood plinth, signed with initials and dated (19)56 to the plinth, 32cms high, 41cms high overall, with original crate bearing label inscribed, "Worker 1956 - Not in the Serpentine catalogue - cement fondu".
* The lot is accompanied by two photographs - one depicting Fullard at work, the other of one of his sculptures at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park - a Serpentine Gallery exhibition catalogue, a Yorkshire Sculpture Park flyer and a posthumous selling exhibition price list. £1200-1500
741.    A Dunhill Lucite Half-Giant Table Lighter, internally with a scene of an angler to the obverse and salmon to the reverse and sides, with silver plated mechanism and mounts, 7.7cms high. £700-1000
742.    Mentmore Fountain Pens: "Dictator", "Supreme", "Diploma" (2), "Auto-Flow" and "Imperial" brown/blue and green mottled fountain pens, with gold nibs noted. (8) £40-60
743.    Mentmore Fountain Pens: "Visi-Ink", "Diploma" (2), "Blue Vein", "Auto-Flow" (2), "Supreme", "Imperial", "Ink-Look" and mottled, gold nibs noted. (10) £50-80
744.    Mentmore Fountain Pens: "Diploma" (3), "Major", "46" (2), "69", "Supreme", "Auto-Flow" (2), gold nibs noted. (10) £50-70
745.    Mentmore Fountain Pens: "Diploma" (4), Supreme "Minor" (3), "Moderne", "Celeste" and blue/brown mottled, gold nibs noted. (12) £60-90
746.    Conway Stewart Fountain Pens: "Dinkie 540" (2), "Dinkie 550" (2) and "Number 36", all black with painted top; Parker Fountain Pens: ladies black, black and blue, each with chrome cap, Victory and Aeromatic, gold nibs noted. (11) £60-90
747.    Waterman Fountain Pens: Canada, Paris, Slimline, Eagle Pencil Co. black level fill (2), Epenco (4), De La Rue "Onoto", gold nibs noted. (10) £50-80
748.    A Collection of Fountain Pens: Stephens No.76 and No.106, Shearer, Platignum Slim, Welsharp Ladies, National Security Blue mottled, Burnham black and grey/maroon mottled, Golden Guinea, Mable Todd Blackbird, Welsh MFG, Pelikan of Germany, with gold nibs noted, a ladies propelling pencil (13), plus an oak display case. £60-90
748A.   Eversharp Fountain Pen, black and yellow with 14k nib; together with matching propelling pencil. (2) £40-60
748B.   Parker Fountain Pen, the engine turned lid stamped "1/5 12ct R. Gold", (nib arrow present), in fitted case. £25-30
748C.   Sheaffer Pens: including italic nibs. (11) £20-40
748D.   Engine Turned Propelling Pencils, multichange colour pencils, "Durapoint Automatic Magazine Pencil", in original box, etc :- One Box £30-50
748E.   Parker Fountain Pens: "Duofold", "61", engine turned ballpoint pen, etc. (9) £20-40
748F.   Fountain Pens: Educoto, Ingersoll, National Service Vis-a-Tank and another pen (lacking nib), all mottled. (4) £20-30
748G.   Fountain Pens: Parker Vacuumatic in black and brown, "Navy" Super Fountain Pen, in pink and black, Parker Vacuumatic (made in Canada) in black and brown. £30-50
748H.   Fountain Pens: Conway Stewart No.200 (rubbed); another, in similar case, marked "Try Typhoo Tea for Indigestion". (2) £20-40
748I.   Fountain Pens: W.A. Sheaffer Pen Co Fort Madison, Iowa USA 500, in green and black, with Feather Touch nib, 1000 in brown and black with Waterman's 14ct nib. (2) £20-30
748J.   Fountain Pens: Mentmore Auto Flow Conway Stewart The St. Andrew Colman & Co Norwich, Velos No.4, National Security, Conway Stewart Dinkie No.540, Waterman's, Savoy etc, all engine turned. £30-50
748K.   Fountain Pens: Waterman', Blackbird Self Filling Pen Parker Duofold "Swan" Self Filling Pen, R. Esterbrook & Co Relief No. 1, Sean Self Filler, etc. (12) £30-40
748L.   Fountain Pens: The "Swan" Pen, Conway Stewart in grey, Parker Duofold in green, "Onoto" Self Filling, Parker (hooded nib) etc. (8) £20-40
748M.   Fountain Pens: Montblanc Monte Rosa, Mentmore Diploma (2), Parker Victory (2), Slimfold (2), Swan Leverless, and Conway 150. (9) £20-40
748N.   Fountain Pens: Parker Slimfold, Swan Leverless, Waterman's Champion 501, Waterman's 502, Parker 17 (hooded nib), Conway Stewart 12, Conway Stewart 28, all in black plastic. (8) £30-40
748O.   Fountain Pens: Duofold Special Lucky Curve, Redipen No.2, Onoto Penmaster, Waterman's Junior, Conway Stewart 12, Parker Slimfold, The Anglian Pen etc. (13) £30-50
748P.   Fountain Pens: Parker 51 (hooded nib), Sheaffer ladies pen with 18k nib, Parker Junior, Parker Slimfold, Parker 45, and Parker 61. (6) £30-50
748Q.   Sheaffer Snorkel Fountain Pen, with Sheaffer's 14k nib, clear with gilt mounts, MontBlanc 342 with 14c MontBlanc nib. (2) £40-60
748R.   Parker 17 Fountain Pen, (hooded nib), in fitted Parker box with Parker no.3 pencil, Parker in green with 14k nib, Parker Duofold, Parker Frontier, Waterman's 513 and 515. (7) £30-40
748S.   A Collection of Pens: Sheaffer, Platignum, Conway Stewart, Conway 106, Conway Stewart 56 Pencil, etc, contained in a wooden cutlery case. £20-40
749.    The Following Fourteen Lots Comprise a Collection of Shona (Zimbabwe) Carved Hardstone Sculpture.

A Light Green Stone Sculpture, of abstract form, 54cms high. £70-100
750.    A Stylised Head, "Ancestral", 55cms high. £100-150
751.    An Abstract Figural Sculpture, "Tired Man", 54cms high. £100-150
752.    An Abstract Figural Sculpture, "Goddess of Peace", 46.5cms high. £70-100
753.    A Variegated Stone Sculpture, of abstract form, 60.5cms high. £70-100
754.    An Abstract Figural Sculpture, depicting an embracing couple, 56cms high. £100-150
755.    A Green Stone Abstract Figural Sculpture, 82.5cms high. £80-120
756.    An Abstract Sculpture, "Shouting Spirit", 53.5cms high. £70-100
757.    An Abstract Sculpture, of paddle and tree trunk form, 79cms high. £70-100
758.    A Stylised Head, signed "L. Tak" to the reverse, 53cms high. £100-150
759.    An Abstract Figural Sculpture, "Proud Boy", 59cms high. £100-150
760.    An Abstract Figural Sculpture, "Mother and Child", 58cms high. £70-100
761.    An Abstract Sculpture, "Single Sight", 56.5cms high. £70-100
762.    A Light Green Stone Sculpture of abstract form, 41cms high. £70-100
763.    A XIX Century French Porcelain and Gilt Metal Mounted Etui, painted and gilt with figural scenes in the Sevres manner, 9.3cms high; A Victorian Porcelain Ovoid Scent Bottle, painted with flowers, silver collar and screw cover, Birmingham probably 1888, 6.5cms high; An XVIII Century Enamel Rectangular Snuff Box, painted with flowers and insects, possibly Bilston, 7.2cms wide. (3) £120-200
764.    An Early XX Century Continental Mother of Pearl and Gilt Metal Mounted Perfume Holder, centrally hinged and internally fitted with two cut glass flasks, oval alabaster base, 19cms high. £100-150
765.    A Late XIX Century French Tortoiseshell and Piqué Metalwork Cigar Case, the hinged cover reserved centrally with a shield, engraved initials HRH, internally silk lined and fitted, 14.2cms long. £60-100
766.    A Victorian Bronzed Silhouette Portrait of a Woman, oval, 8.2 x 6.2cms, reeded, ebonised frame; Four Further XX Century Oval Examples. (5) £40-70
767.    An Early XX Century "Geographica" 6" Terrestrial Globe, on a turned and ebonised wood stand, 31cms high overall. £50-100
773.    A Pair of Victorian Needlework Samplers, respectively by Mary F. and Eleanor F. Sweny, centrally with a text below alphabet and numeral bands and with pictorial devices to the base, each 40.5 x 31cms. £80-120
774.    A Regency Needlework Sampler, by Ann Shaw, aged 14 years, 1827, worked in cross stitch, centrally with a two verse moralising text, within pictorial devices including animals, a house, flowers and trees, and surmounted by an alphabet band, 39.5 x 43.5cms. £50-100
776.    A Continental Alabaster and Bronze Mounted Table Lamp, the ovoid body set within an elaborately cast frame, on a knopped stem and circular foot, shaped square base with zoomorphic supports, 58cms high. £100-150
777.    A Continental Bronze Table Lamp, as a putto seated on a dolphin, onyx circular base, bun feet, modern, fabric shade, 62.5cms high overall. £70-100
778.    A Victorian Pottery Spirit Barrel, of oval section, lettered "P. Brandy", jewelled and foliate framed on a puce, yellow and gilt lined ground, fitted as an electric lamp, 43.5cms high overall. £60-100
779.    A Modern Table Lamp, in the manner of Tiffany, the cast bronze pillar of organic form, the domed, frosted glass shade internally painted in the round with a landscape, signed Thomas Kincaid, 56cms high overall. £100-150
780.    A XIX Century Gesso Overmantel Mirror, the top with applied wire, foliate and egg and dart bead decoration, on ebonised base with applied scroll decoration, 154cms high, 149cms high. £80-150
781.    An Early XIX Century Mahogany Serpentine Shaped Dressing Table Mirror, with shield shaped mirror, shaped supports and three small drawers, on small turned feet, 57cms high, 45cms wide. £40-60
782.    A Late XIX Century Persian Lacquer Wall Mirror, of shaped arched form, painted with figural scenes within ornamental borders, the shaped glass enclosed by two hinged doors, 91cms overall. £60-100
783.    An Edwardian Mahogany Toilet Mirror, with bevelled rectangular plate supported on squared tapering uprights with brass finials, the base with crossbanding and satinwood and ebony stringing, fitted with three frieze drawers and shaped bracket feet, 63cms high, 44cms wide. £70-100
785.    Thomson [John] Pub: The Edinburgh School Classical Atlas, containing seventeen (from twenty-one) hand coloured engraved maps, with an additional copy of Italiae North Part, gilt half calf with marbled boards, Edinburgh 1829. £150-200
786.    The Battle of Boulogne, 20th September 1811: A manuscript from Captain Philip Cateret (Silvester), HMS Naiad, to Rear Admiral Thomas Foley, outlining the above British naval action and subsequent capture of the French Praan boat, La Ville de Lyons, under the nose of the French shore battery and the watchful gaze of Napoleon I (A near copy of this account was published in the London Gazette, issue 16524 page 1861).
Accompanying this manuscript is a numbered set of five contemporary watercolours by an unknown hand, illustrating stages of the battle, each approximately 14 x 20cms and further watercolour drawing of a Chinese junk, indistinctly signed and dated Feb. 8th 1840, approximatley 17.5 x 27cms. (7) £2000-3000
787.    Beatles Autographs, a photographic 'Star Pics' black and white print of Paul McCartney, with George Harrison, John Lennon and Ringo Starr signatures verso, an unverified signature of Paul McCartney to the print side (all in black ink; together with a Valex, Blackpool black and white Beatles postcard, stamp dated 7th August 1963. (2) £1000-1500
788.    Beatles Interest. Two 'Unverified' Beatles Signatures of John Lennon, and Ringo Starr, each signed in blue ink on contemporary black and white magazine photographic prints, 21 x 15cms.
*Both reputedly signed in Blackpool, circa 1963. £200-300
790.    A Large Early XX Century Mounted Taxidermy Specimen of a Crocodile Head, approximately 43cms long and 23cms at it's widest point, some damage commensurate with age, mounted on a wooden plinth. £50-70
791.    An Early XX Century Tiger Skin Rug, the fully mounted head with snarling expression, glass eyes, blue baize border, 290cms overall. £300-400
792.    An Early XIX Century Mahogany Square Piano, by John Broadwood, London, with crossbanded top and hinged lid, on turned tapering legs, 98cms high, 178cms wide. £100-150
793.    A Late XIX Century Cylinder Musical Box, by Barnett Henry Abrahams, St. Croix, the lever-wind mechanism stamped No. 5069, the two-per-turn cylinder, length 28cms, playing twenty airs, ornamental zither attachment, the original lithograph tune sheet affixed to the underside, in a rosewood, crossbanded and line inlaid case, with Royal crest transfer to the lid, 67.5cms wide overall. £300-500
794.    An Early XIX Century Continental Small Musical Box, the keywind cylinder movement stamped "JGM & C", clylinder length 6cms, in a black paper mache and gilt lined case, inset with a miniature oval print to the lid, 13cms wide overall. £100-150
795.    A Late XIX Century Charles Jefferies Thirty-Eight Button Anglo-English System Concertina, with pierced nickel ends, ebonised frame, gilt embossed leather mounts and bellows, original leather case (lid detached). £1500-2000
797.    A Pair of WWI Binoculars, by W. Watson & Sons, Highgate, 1917, stamped No. 3 Mk 2 with arrow, in associated leather case; A Pair of US Army Signal Corps Binoculars, by Bausch & Lomb. £20-40
798.    A WWI Victory Medal, to 14495 Pte G. Johnson, West Riding Regiment; A War Medal, to 202545 Pte F. Wright, Yorks & Lancs; A 1914-15 Star, with damaged back, and a WWII War Medal and three cap badges. £20-40
799.    Two 1854 Crimea Medals, one to 2324? Charles Lewis 2nd Battalion 1st R?, with Sebastopol Bar, the other unnamed; A Turkish Crimea Medal, to 111? B. Ells, 82nd Regiment; plus a later 20 plastres coin. £50-100
800.    An Unusual XVIII Century Needlework Map Sampler, by Harriet Barttelot, 1790, depicting the Battle of Thonhausen near Minden, August 1st 1759, all within a meandering floral border, 34.5 x 41cms.
Note: The Battle of Thonhausen was one of the deciding events of the Seven Years' War. This needlework item may be based on a contemporary map of the battle by John Fawkes. £200-300
801.    A WWI Medal Trio, comprising War Medal, Victory Medal and 1914/15 Star to 3-2259 Pte. W. McArthur, Yorks & Lancs; A Broken Bayonet. £30-50
802.    A Set of Six WWII Medals, comprising War Medal, Defence Medal, 1939-45 Star, Africa Star, Italy Star and George VI Territorial Efficient Service Medal to 2074984 Corporal H.W.H. Collett, Royal Engineers; plus cap badges and buttons and a 1906 gold shooting medal won by A Collett, Royal Engineers. £50-80
803.    A Victorian Military Sword, with pierced knuckle guard bearing 'VR' cipher to 82cms. curved blade, the fullared blade with signs of pitting, lacking scabbard and folding side ring. £30-50
804.    An Elizabeth II 1897 Pattern Officers Sword, the 79cms. blade etched with Royal cipher and scrolls, retaining polish, complete with dress scabbard. £50-80
805.    A WWI Medal Trio, to 13168 Pte W. Harpham, Kings Own Light Infantry, comprising 1914-15 Star, War Medal and Victory Medal; plus a 1915 'On War Service' badge. £40-60
806.    A WWI Death Penny, to Charles Arthur Coleman. £30-50
807.    Approximately Two Hundred British Military Cap Badges, including Gloucestershire, Connaught Rangers, The Welsh, The Liverpool Regiment and many others, some restrikes may be present, all contained in a wall hanging case. £300-500
808.    In Excess of One Hundred and Fifty British Military Cap Badges, including many Scottish Regiments, Royal Lancaster, Royal Dragoons, RAF amongst many others, some restrikes may be present, all contained in a wall hanging case £300-500
809.    A 1930's Lady's Metal Purse, modelled as a sporran, the circular hinged close with internal mirror, detailed to the top with badge of the Cameron Highlanders of Ottawa Advance 38, on chain suspension with finger ring. £20-30
810.    A XIX Century German Imperial Naval Officers Dress Sword, the lion head pommel with wire bound ivory grip and solid brass knuckle guard, bearing fouled anchor cipher, folding/locking side ring in place, heavily etched blade bearing crown over fouled anchor and ship over 'Eisenhaller?', complete with brass and leather scabbard with side rings. £300-500
811.    A 1905 Edward VII and Queen Alexandra Commemorative Medallion, for the visit to Vickers, Sheffield; plus a 1926 silver 'Royal Sanitary Institute' medallion. £20-40
812.    A WWII Set of Five Medals, comprising Defence Medal, War Medal, Africa Star, Italy Star and 1939-45 Star; plus a West Yorkshire cap badge. £20-40
813.    Two Queen Elizabeth II General Service Medals, both with Cyprus Bar, one to 4162623 LAC T. Spencer RAF, the other to 3525424 LAC K. Pridmore RAF; plus a cap badge. £40-60
814.    An 1895 India Medal, to 4423 Pte. Monkin 2nd 13th Derbyshire Regiment, broken from hanger. £20-30
815.    A WWII Medal Trio, comprising War Medal, Defence Medal and Emergency Reserve Efficiency Medal, to 22564499 Sgt. P. England, REME. £60-100
816.    Two WWII German Third Reich Military Medals, comprising a Merit Cross with Swords and an Eastern Front Medal. £20-30
817.    A Korea War Medal Duo, comprising Korea Medal and United Nations Korea Medal to 11186827 Fus. R. Bedford RNF. £60-100
818.    A Queen Elizabeth II General Service Medal, with Radfan Bar to 4260969 SAC D. Swan RAF, in original box. £30-50
819.    An 1886 Pattern French Lebel Epée Bayonet, with 52cmS. cruciform blade to nickel grip, complete with scabbard and leather frog. £30-50
820.    A WWII German Mauser Bayonet, the 25cmS. fullared blade stamped "43 FNJ", complete with metal scabbard. £30-50
821.    A Mid XX Century Czechoslovakian Mauser Bayonet, model 33/40, the 29cmS. fullared blade bearing proof marks, with two-piece wooden grip and spring lock working, appears unused, complete with scabbard. £40-60
822.    A 1930's Spanish Mauser Bolt Bayonet, model 1941, the 25cms. fullared, shaped blade stamped "S 5841", bakelite grips, complete with scabbard. £30-50
823.    An 1889 Pattern Swiss Schmidt-Robin Bayonet, the 30cms. fullared blade stamped "Waffenbrik? Neuhausen", complete with polished scabbard. £30-50
824.    A Late XIX Century Military Field Surgeons Kit, containing four scalpels and a file, all stamped with British Military arrow, plus some later additions, all contained in a mahogany box, a slip of paper in the box reads "Wilfred Smith, 234 Brookhill, Sheffield, 6th Coy. 3rd Sherwood Forresters". £40-60
825.    A WWI Death Penny, to George Squire Cottrill, in original box. £40-60
826.    A Late XVIII Century Carriage Swordstick, double edged etched 88cms. blade to bamboo handle, with decorated locking collar and pommel, overall length 110cms. £250-300
827.    A XIX Century Flintlock Two Band Jezzail, decorated with brass and mother of pearl, overall length 104cms. £80-150
828.    An Early XX Century Scottish Dress Dirk, by R.G. Lawrie of Glasgow, complete with knife and fork, carved wood grip with 'Jewel' pommel to each, leather bound sheath with EPNS thistle decorated mounts, blade 26cms long and stamped "R.G Lawrie". £400-600
829.    A WWI Austrian Iron Cross of Merit, stamped 1916 to one side and 'Viribus Unitis' and 'FJ' to the other; A Pin Badge, in the form of a helmet with number '38' in black. £20-30
830.    A WWI Victory Medal, to S-5589 Pte. C. Renshaw, Seaforth Highlanders; Two WWI On War Service Badges, royal medallions, a Bournville tin and other associated items. £30-50
831.    A WWII Medal Quartet, to T231490 Pte. F.H. Rowe, Royal Army Service Corps, comprising War Medal, Africa Star with 1st Army bar, 1939-45 Star, and Italy Star, also included are a large quantity of paperwork, photographs, badges, letters, military papers, wartIme newspapers and other items relating to Pte. Rowe.
*Francis Harry Rowe from Kirkby-in-Ashfield was born July 1914 and before the war was a driver/labourer. He enlisted in November 1940 and joined the Royal Army Service Corps, qualifying as a driver motor mechanic assigned to the 78th Infantry Division "The Battleaxe Division", and saw action in North Africa, Sicily and Italy. He was demobbed in May 1946. £50-80
833.    An 1855 Pattern Prussian Infantry Pioneers Short Sword, forged brass grip to 48cms. non fullared single sided blade, stamped with Royal cipher, armoury stamps to quillon, complete with leather and brass scabbard. £40-60
834.    A WWI Medal Duo, comprising Victory Medal and War Medal to 57832 Pte H. Holland, Manchester Regiment; plus dog tags and associated paperwork. £30-50
835.    A WWI Medal Duo, comprising 1914-16 Star and Victory Medal to 157338 Harry Robins, Chief Petty Officer Royal Navy; a WWI Christmas tin, medal ribbons, Royal Navy Ensign and other items. £40-60
836.    A Black Japanned Theodolite, by E.R. Watts & Son Ltd. of Canada, clearly stamped with British Military arrow and HO/140, in original wooden box with matching Military stamp, with test ticket in box dated August 1922; plus wooden tripod. £50-100
837.    A WWI Medal Duo, comprising War Medal and Victory Medal to 043766 Sgt. W.T. Hale, Army Service Corps; A Silver Medallion and a Sheffield Medallion. £30-50
838.    A Queen Elizabeth II General Service Medal with South Arabia and Radfan Bars, to 4257373 Jnr Technician C.E. Hamar, RAF; together with a quantity of cloth badges and WWII paperwork. £30-50
839.    A George V Royal Engineers Officers Sword, with punched knuckle guard and etched blade, both bearing Royal Cipher and Royal Engineers emblem, the blade 80cms long, lacking scabbard. £30-50
840.    A WWI Medal Duo, comprising War Medal and Victory Medal to 16664 Pte. J. Metcalfe, Yorks & Lancs; together with three Royalty related medallions. £30-50
841.    A WWII Medal Trio, comprising War Medal, Defence Medal and France Germany Star; a further Defence medal and a Royal Corps of Signals medallion. £20-30
842.    The "Nu-Airvent" Gent's Bowler Hat, size 6 7/8, ladies hats, black leather tap shoes, Claudio Ferrici snakeskin effect handbag, gloves, mid XX Century bridal veil and head dress, Souvenir of Sudan feather trimmed fan and a quantity of lace trim, embroidery cottons etc:- Two Boxes £30-40
843.    A Vintage Must de Cartier "Orient Express Bag", in bordeaux red suede with leather detail, with dustbag, 57cms in length. £150-250
844.    A Mappin & Webb Lizard Skin Handbag, with openwork gilt metal clasp and loop handle; plus two pairs of ladies leather gloves. £20-30
845.    A 1940's Ladies Quilted Dressing Gown, in deep red with scarley quilting, lined in blue parachute cotton,
*The fabric was purchased from Liberty, London in 1947 using clothing coupons, the coupon booklet is with the item. £15-25
846.    A XIX Century Ayreshire Christening Gown, with fine whitework embroidery to the 'V' tucked in bodice and the skirt panel, with scalloped and embroidered edges, 107cms long; an early XX Century child's dress, with pin tucked bodice and skirt decorated with appliqué flower heads. (2) £30-40
847.    A XIX Century Shawl, possibly Norwich, the fine cream wool border embroidered with blue leaf Indian stye design and applied by hand to plain cream centre panel, short fringed border, 150 X 150cms. £20-40
848.    An Early XX Century Cream Silk Scarf, machine embroidered to each deeply finged end, 100cms long; two silk cummerbunds, an early XX Century hand embroidered motoring scarf, a black silk taffeta scarf with embroidered cream lace panel to each end, 140cms long, a c.1940's ladies cream silk shirt waist style day dress. £30-40
849.    Three Late XIX Century Handmade Lace Collars, a Maltese lace example backed with cream silk, a Bedfordshire lace collar and one other; a XIX Century bonnet veil with applied bobbin lace decoration. £30-40
849A.   An Early XX Century White Ostrich Feather Fan, with ivorine sticks. £15-20
850.    A Chanel Silk Scarf, with blue abstract design and corner logo on deep pink ground, 125 X 125cms. £60-80
851.    A Hermes Silk Scarf, with central fringed medallion design and multi-coloured borders, 'Hermes Paris' retailer tag attached, 122 X 122cms. £80-100
851A.   Cartier; A 1950's Burgundy 9ct Gold Mounted Crocodile Skin Handbag, envelope style with buff suede compartmented interior and single loop handle, L's London 1953, 18 x 25.5cms; A Similar Vintage Evening Bag, in black corded fabric with tapestry detail panel. (2) £500-700
852.    A c.1950's Waldybag Handbag, in chestnut brown leather with faux snakeskin trim and loop handle; Zacbag handbag; a tan pigskin handbag; plus a collection of other modern handbags.
£40-60
852A.   A Mid XX Century Silver Fox Cape, a dark brown fur stole, and a 1940's fur cape. (3) £30-40
853.    A Dark Brown Mink Jacket, with loop fastening and button cuff detail, 60cms long; another mink evening jacket, 56cms long and a squirrel fur stole. (3) £40-60
854.    A Late XIX Century Gentleman's Black Velvet Frock Coat, embroidered and with black ostrich feather trim and black silk lining, bearing label for "Satterfield, Bye & Co. Ltd., Anne's Square, Manchester, (the firm were funeral directors); a gentlemans black fur cape; a c.1920's ermine cape with tail tip decoration to hem; a fox fur collar; a lady's 1940's black jacket with curly lamb detail to front etc. £40-60
855.    A Ladies Tan Three-Quarter Length Sheepskin Jacket, a further sheepskin jacket, Jaeger cream trench style coat, a short black leather jacket with tan trim and an Ara maroon jacket. (5) £20-30
856.    A c.1970's Jean Varon Evening Dress, sheer blue tiered design (size 14); a c.1970's Roter Couture sheer blue cocktail dress with matching sleeveless coat (size 14); a Roter Couture grey pleated chiffon cocktail dress and stole; a Gina Couture emerald green evening dress and matching stole and other evening wear including Laura Craig, Berkertex, Frank Usher etc. (9) £60-80
857.    A Collection of c1970 Vintage Susan Small Outfits, blue velvet evening gown and matching jacket with frogging fastening and trim, an asymmetric one shoulder evening gown in circular print fabric, a red chiffon diaphanous evening gown and a black velvet cocktail dress with white mink collar trim (all size 12); John Marks green ban-lon evening gown (size 14); David Pressler at Butler evening dress and jacket. (6) £30-50
858.    A c.1970's Elka Couture Evening Outfit, with full length skirt and knee length tunic with white fur trim to three-quarter length sleeves; a Jaeger black velvet frock coat and full length evening skirt; Weatherall two-tone jersey dress and coat; Elizabeth Couture knitted dress and coat and other day wear. (11) £30-50
859.    A c.1970's Diorling by Christian Dior, London, Dress and Jacket, in black and white spotted open weave wool fabric, the dress with short sleeves and waist length jacket with wide collar; 1970's Cojana grey wool dress and jacket, the dress with central split and patch pockets, waist length jacket with horn buttons; 1970's Louis Feraud by André Peters dress and jacket in purple, the sleeveless dress with central pleat, bomber style jacket with tassel trim to yolk. (3) £40-60
860.    A Ladies Full Length Light Brown Fur Coat, 102cms long; a mink stole with five tail tassels to each end, three ladies hats and a leather cased travel set. £20-40
861.    Three Wedding Dresses, an Edwardian lace trimmed dress, a c.1960's brocade dress and a later nylon and lace dress. (3) £15-30
862.    A Mid XX Century Harrods Fox Fur Cape, ladies swing style brown fur jacket and other accessories. £30-40
863.    A White Mink Short Fur Jacket, with collar; a mink collar and one other. (3) £20-40
864.    A 3/4 Length Blonde Mink Coat, hook fastenings. £30-40
865.    A Lady's Black Full Length Coney Fur Coat, together with a full length brown fur coat. £20-30
866.    Wine - Domaine Du Colombier Chablis Grand Cru Bougros 2011 (4 bottles), 2008 (3 bottles). (7) £100-200
867.    Wine - Vina Maipo Chillean Merlot, 2009, (3); Cape Bay Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot Reserva, 2009, (3); Central Valley Chillean Cabernet Sauvignon, 2009, (3); Central Valley Chillean Merlot, 2010, (3). (12) £40-60
868.    Wine - Chilano Chillean Merlot Shiraz, 2009, (2); Sainsbury's House Medium White, (2); Two Oceans South African Shiraz, 2009, (2), Stoneberg South African Pinotage Shiraz Reserve, (2); Hardy's Australian Shiraz, 2011, (2); Montpulciano d'Abruzza Italian Favoriti 2008, 1lt; J. P. Chenet Frenh Cabernet Syrah, 2008. (12) £20-40
869.    Wine - A mixed assortment of red wines including Merlot, tempranillo and cabernet sauvignon merlot. (10) £20-40
870.    Wine - Faustino I Grand Reserva Rioja 1994, one six bottle case. £150-180
871.    Wine - Faustino I Grand Reserva Rioja 1994, one six bottle case. £150-180
872.    Wine - Faustino I Grand Reserva Rioja 1970, one six bottle case. £300-350
873.    Wine - Faustino I Grand Reserva Rioja 1982, one six bottle case. £200-250
874.    Wine - Faustino I Grand Reserva Rioja 1982, one six bottle case. £200-250
875.    Wine - Faustino I Grand Reserva Rioja 1995, one six bottle case. £250-300
876.    Wine - Faustino I Grand Reserva Rioja 1995, one six bottle case. £250-300
877.    Wine - Faustino I Grand Reserva Rioja 1995, one six bottle case. £250-300
878.    Wine - Faustino I Grand Reserva Rioja 1995, one six bottle case. £250-300
879.    Wine - Faustino Autor Reserva Especial Rioja 1998, one six bottle case. £150-180
880.    Wine - Faustino Autor Reserva Especial Rioja 1998, one six bottle case. £150-180
881.    Wine - Faustino Autor Reserva Especial Rioja 1998, one six bottle case.
£150-180
882.    Wine - Bodegas Campilo Reserva Especial Rioja 1995, one six bottle case. £120-140
883.    Wine - Bodegas Campilo Reserva Especial Rioja 1995, one six bottle case. £120-140
884.    Wine - Bodegas Campilo Reserva Especial Rioja 1995, one six bottle case. £120-140
885.    Wine - Bodegas Campilo Reserva Rioja 1998, one twelve bottle case. £180-200
886.    Wine - Bodegas Campilo Reserva Rioja 1998, one twelve bottle case. £180-200
887.    Wine - Bodegas Campilo Gran Reserva Rioja 1994, one six bottle case. £180-200
888.    Wine - Bodegas Campilo Gran Reserva Rioja 1994, one six bottle case. £180-200
889.    Wine - Bodegas Campilo Gran Reserva Rioja 1994, one six bottle case. £180-200
890.    Wines - Laurent Perrier Extra Dry Champagne, five bottles assorted white wine, Asti sparkling, Bucks Fizz, Babycham sparkling. (9) £20-40
891.    Wines - Jean De Bracieux Brut Champagne, 75cl, A. Charbaut et Fils Champagne, 187ml, three bottles assorted white wine, one Rose, Cava, Martini Asti. (8) £20-40
892.    Wines - Denby D'Ale Commemorative Bottle premium bitter (6 bottles), five mixed bottles red wine, mulled wine, pale cream sherry, Madeira wine, Martini Brut sparkling, sangria. (16) £20-40
893.    Mixed - Southern Comfort, 1.136 litres; 4x bottles assorted white wine; Miles Finest Madeira, 75cl; Casa Ramos-Pinto Tawny Port, 375ml. (6) £15-25
896.    Port - Royal Oporto Vinho Do Porto 1967 late bottled vintage; 1978 and 1982. (3) £20-40
897.    Port - Warre's Vintage Port, 1975 and two bottles 1985, together with wooden crate (lacking lid). (3) £40-60
898.    Port - Fonseca's Finest Vintage Port, 1975; Croft Vintage Port, 1975. (2) £50-70
899.    Port - Porto Ca'lem Vintage Port 1975, 750ml. £40-60
900.    Port - Royal Oporto Vintage Port 1983, Kopke Vintage Port 1985, Taylor Vintage Port 1970. (3) £50-70
903.    Whisky - Grant's Scotch Whisky, 1lt; Famous Grouse Scotch Whisky, 1lt; Teacher's Scotch Whisky, 1lt. (3) £20-30
904.    Whisky - J&B Knockando Whisky 1977, 75cl, 43% Vol. £50-70
905.    Whisky - Tomintoul Glenlivet Scotch Whisky, 75cl, 70 Proof, 40% Vol. £80-100
906.    Whisky - The Singleton of Auchroisk Scotch Whisky 1975, 75cl, 40% vol. £80-120
907.    Whisky - J&B Reserve 15 Year, 75cl, 43% Vol, boxed; Glen Ord Single Malt 12 Years, 70cl, 40% vol, boxed; The Edradour Scotch Whisky 10 Year, 75cl, 40% vol. (3) £40-60
908.    Whisky - J&B Reserve, 15 Years, 70cl, 40% Vol, boxed; Highland Park Scotch Whisky, 12 Years, 75cl, 40% Vol, boxed; Glengoyne Scotch Whisky, 10 Years, 75cl, 40% Vol. (3)
£40-60
909.    Whisky - Lagavulin Single Islay Malt Whisky, 16 Years, 75cl, 43% vol, boxed; Cardhu Single Malt Whisky, 12 Years, 75cl, 40% vol; Bowmore Scotch Whisky, 70cl, 40% vol, boxed. (3) £40-60
910.    Whisky - Johnnie Walker Black Label Scotch Whisky, 12 Years, 75cl, 40% vol; J&B Jet Scotch Whisky, 70cl, 43% vol, boxed. (2) £30-50
911.    Whisky - Royal Lochnagar Single Highland Malt Whisky, 12 Years, 75cl, 40% vol; Glenfiddich Scotch Whisky, 750ml, 40% vol, in Clan tin; J. G. Thomson "As We Get It" Cask Strength Pure Malt Whisky, 70cl, 57.3% vol, 100 Proof; Austin Nichols Wild Turkey Bourbon Whiskey, 8 Years, 75cl, 50.5% vol. (4) £40-60
912.    Whisky - Dimple Deluxe Scotch Whisky, 15 Years, 75cl, boxed; Highland Glen Deveron Scotch Whisky 1982, 12 Years, 70cl, 40% vol, boxed; Bushmills Single Malt Irish Whiskey, 10 Years, 700ml, 40% vol, boxed. (3) £40-60
913.    Whisky - Glen Moray Scotch Whisky, 15 Years, 70cl, 43% vol, in tin; Glen Marnoch Speyside Scotch Whisky, 12 Years, 70cl, 40% vol, boxed; Glenmorangie Single Highland Scotch Whisky, 10 Years, 70cl, 40% vol, boxed. (3) £40-60
914.    Whisky - Jack Daniel's Old No.7 Tennessee Whiskey, 1895 Replica Bottle, 1 litre, 40% vol, boxed; Southern Comfort Reserve Liquer/Whiskey, 1 litre, 40% vol; Bell's Scotch Whisky "Bell" Decanter, 75cl, 40% vol; Bell's Scotch Whisky "Bell" Decanter, Christmas 1990 boxed, 75cl, 43% vol. (4) £40-60
915.    Whisky - Campbeltown Malt Whisky 1972, 70cl, 46% vol, boxed. £150-250
917.    Champagne - Bollinger Grande Annee 1983 Vintage Champagne, 75cl. £80-120
918.    Champagne - Moet et Chandon a Epernay Champagne Cuvee Dom Perignon Vintage 1985. £80-120
919.    Champagne - Bollinger 1996 Grande Annee Champagne, 75cl, 6 bottles in original box. £400-600
920.    Champagne - Bollinger 1996 Grande Annee Champagne, 75cl, 6 bottles in original box. £400-600
921.    Champagne - Canard Duchene Brut Champagne Cuvee Reservee, 75cl; Duc de Nicosie Grande Reserve Methode Champenoise, 75cl. (2) £20-40
922.    Champagne - Moet & Chandon Dom Perignon "La Flute" Champagne 1992, 75cl, in presentation box with two etched champagne flutes. £100-150
923.    Champagne - Rene Brisset, Epernay, 1969 Champagne. £80-100
924.    Champagne - Louis Roederer Cristal Champagne 1996, 750ml. £100-150
925.    Champagne - Moet & Chandon Premier Cuvee, possibly 1974, 750ml; Black Tower, white wine 1985, 1 & 1/2 litres. (2) £20-40
926.    Champagne - Perrier Jouet Grand Brut Champagne, 1500ml (magnum). £30-50
928.    Mixed Spirits - Pimpeltjens Nassau Orange Liqueur; Srpska Slivovitz Plum Brandy, 5 Years; Bols Z. O. Genever, 1/2 Liter; Bronte Yorkshire Liqueur, 34cl flagon; Wild Africa Cream Liqueur in leopard print velour covered bottle with ubuntu beads, 750ml; Cherry Marnier Felted Triple Cerise bottle. (6) £20-40
929.    Mixed Spirits - De Kuyper Cherry Brandy in musical bottle, together with a quantity of assorted spirit miniatures. £10-20
930.    Mixed - Vermouth Rosso, 75cl; Bols Dry Orange Curacao Liqueur, 50cl; Cusenier Apricot Brandy Au Cognac Fine Champagne, 24.5 fl. ozs; Graham's Late Bottled Vintage Port 1992, 75cl, boxed; Peter F. Heering Cherry Brandy; Bols Peach Brandy Licqueur, 50cl. (6) £30-50
931.    Spirits - Tres Vieux Calvados, Manoir du Coquerel, Reserve Personnelle, No. 15032. £30-50
932.    Spirits - Porto Quinta do Bucheiro, 750ml; Grant's Scotch Whisky, 70cl; Martini Rosso, 93cl; Drysack Medium Sherry, 1lt. (4) £20-30
933.    Armagnac - Saint-Vivant de la Salle VSOP Armagnac, in shaped bottle, 40%, overall height 29.5cm. £80-120
934.    Spirits - Balvenie Doublewood, 12 Year, 70cl, boxed; DOM Benedictine Liqueur, 1 litre; Remy Martin Fine Champagne Cognac, 68cl; Tia Maria, 700ml. (4) £20-40
935.    Spirits - Remy Martin Fine Champagne V.S.O.P. Cognac, 68cl, boxed; Tia Maria Liqueur, 700ml; Gordon's Dry Gin, 1 litre; Chivas Regal Scotch Whisky, 12 Years, 700ml, boxed. (4) £20-40
936.    Spirits - Remy Martin Fine Champagne V.S.O.P. Cognac, 68cl, boxed; Tia Maria Liqueur, 700ml; Gordon's Dry Gin, 1 litre; Chivas Regal Scotch Whisky, 12 Years, 700ml, boxed. (4) £20-40
937.    Spirits - The Glenlivet Scotch Whisky, 12 Years, 75cl; Grand Marnier Cordon Jaune Liqueur, 70cl; Haig Dimple Scotch Whisky, 75cl, boxed. (3) £20-40
938.    Spirits - Hiram Walker & Sons Canadian Club Whisky, 6 Years, 1 Litre; Suntory Pure Malt Japanese Whisky "Yamazaki", 12 years, boxed; Metaxa, boxed; Ouzo, boxed. (4) £20-40
939.    Spirits - Prunier Old Pale Grande Fine Champagne Cognac, 68cl, 40% vol. £140-180
940.    Sprits - Bell's Scotch Whisky, 1 Litre, 43% Vol; The Glenlivet 12 Year Single Malt Scotch Whisky, 70cl, 40% Vol; Napoleon Courvoisier Cognac, Millennium Edition, 70cl, 40% Vol; Bacardi Rum, 1 Litre, 40% Vol. (4) £20-40
941.    Sprits - Cointreau Liqueur, 85cl, 40% Vol; Southern Comfort 100 Proof Liqueur, 75cl, 50% Alc by Vol (100 Proof); Bell's Extra Special Scotch Whisky 8 Years in Oak, 70cl, 40% Vol; Père Magloire Apple Brandy, 70cl, 40% Vol. (4) £20-40
943.    Mixed Spirits - Bell's Scotch Whisky "Bell" Christmas 200, 70cl; Murray's Scottish Highland Whisky Liqueur, 35cl; Single Malt Whisky Connoisseur Collection of 3 miniatures and glass in presentation box; together with a mixed assortment of spirit miniatures. £15-25
944.    Mixed Spirits - Martell Cognac, boxed, 2x Port, 2x Sherry, Ginger Wine, 2 red wine, Triple Sec (small bottle), Aperitif Anise, other miniatures etc and a brandy glass. £15-25
947.    A XX Century Barograph by John Davies & Son Derby, the seven diaphragm movement on a brass plate base, contained within a glazed mahogany case with hinged cover, a drawer to the base, 36cms wide, together with a quantity of charts. £100-200
948.    An Early XX Century Aneroid Wall Barometer, with secondary thermometer, in a Black Forest carved wood frame, decorated with fruiting oak branches, dead game, stag head and bloodhound, 69.5cms high overall. £60-100
948A.   A XIX Century Rosewood and Mother of Pearl Inlaid Two Dial Barometer, with onion top, and silvered dial, shaped base, 100cms high. £50-100
949.    An Early XVIII Century Style Wall Clock, the striking four pillar brass movement with arched brass dial, postman's alarm to the centre, Roman numerals, enclosed by a glazed oak hood, with single weight and pendulum, modern. £100-150
950.    A Late Victorian Bracket Clock, the Winterhalder & Hofmeier movement striking on two gongs, the brass dial with sandground centre, silvered chapter ring and secondary fast/slow regulator and chime/silent dials, cast gilt spandrels, in a glazed oak case, blind carved and with pierced side panels, 41cms high. £100-150
951.    A XIX Century French Mantel Clock, the brass cylinder movement by Jean-Baptiste Delettrez, No. 33414 13-3, with circular white enamel dial, Roman numerals, in an elaborate ormolu case, surmounted by a figure of a farm worker with horse, embellished with symbols of industry and further decorated with inset painted porcelain panels in the Sevres style, 38cms high. £400-600
952.    A Late XX Century Jaeger-LeCoultre Atmos Mantel Clock, No. 398357, in a glazed, lacquered brass case, 22.2cms high. £300-500
953.    A XIX Century French Mantel Clock in the Louis XV Manner, the Japy Fréres brass cylinder movement, No. 10149, striking on a bell, in an elaborate gilt spelter case ornamented with painted porcelain panels in the Sevres style, 44.5cms high overall. £200-300
954.    A Late XIX Century Mantel Clock, possibly of Masonic interest, the striking movement contained within a black enamelled spherical case, mounted on a nickel plated stand with turned marble pillar and with adjustable feet, the whole surmounted by a brass three legged compass with suspended bob, 43.5cms high, on an ebonised base (glass dome lacking). £100-200
955.    An Early XX Century French White Marble and Ormolu Mounted Clock Garniture, in the Louis XV manner, the clock with floral painted circular enamel dial signed, "Finnigans, Paris", the moulded rectangular case surmounted by a figure of a cherub playing a flute, 18.5cms high; together with a pair of side candlesticks, modelled in a conforming style, 10.8cms high. £150-200
956.    A Late XIX Century Mantel Clock, the Lenzkirch brass movement No. 382353, striking on two coiled gongs, the rectangular brass dial with silvered chapter ring and secondary slow/fast dial, further enhanced with gilt spandrels, in an oak case relief carved with scalework and other ornamental devices and flanked by pilasters to the frieze, twin fabric backed fretwork panels to the sides, 44cms high. £150-200
957.    A Jaeger-LeCoultre Atmos Mantel Clock, Embassy model, in a glazed gilt brass case, alternative side panels, with instruction book and guarantee dated 1972, in original protective case. £600-800
958.    An Edwardian Small Mantel Timepiece, the French brass movement with white enamel circular dial inscribed "John Hall & Co., Manchester", Roman numerals, in a tortoiseshell and 9ct gold mounted rectangular case, surmounted by a folding loop handle, the mounts marked for Atkin Brothers, London 1903, 11cms high. £400-600
959.    An Early XX Century Zenith Watch Co. Miniature Travelling Timepiece, the brass movement No. 65970, with circular enamel dial, Arabic numerals, in a champleve enamel, gilt metal case, stamped Metal Doré No. 10461 to the underside, leather covered travelling case, the clock 6.1cms high, the case 9cms high. £60-100
960.    An Early XX Century Carriage Clock, the French movement with white enamel dial, Roman numerals, in a glazed brass gorge case surmounted by a folding loop handle, 12cms high. £40-70
961.    A Miniature Timepiece, the French movement with circular dial inscribed "Asprey, 166 New Bond St", Arabic numerals, in a silver mounted tortoiseshell rectangular section case, folding handle, hallmarked for London 1897, 8.2cms. high £500-700
962.    An Early XIX Century Mahogany and Oak-Eight Day Longcase Clock, by Gibson & Ranson, Alfreton, the hood with a swan neck pediment, arched door and turned supports, the white dial with Roman numerals, two subsidiary dials painted with river and church scenes, the trunk with a small door, with chamfered sides and finial decoration on a crossbanded base with diamond inlay on bracket feet, 225cms high. £300-400
963.    An XVIII Century Mahogany Eight-Day Longcase Clock, by William Peacock, Kimbolton, the hood with stepped cornice and frieze with blind fret decoration, brass dial and chapter ring with Arabic numerals, subsidiary dial and date dial, the trunk with small door, on plinth base. £350-450
964.    A Late XVIII Century Oak and Mahogany Eight-Day Longcase Clock, by Hill, Sheffield, the brass circular dial with Roman numerals and secondary minute dial, the hood with swan neck pediment and circular glazed door, the trunk with arched door and half pilasters, the base with applied panel on ogee feet, 212cms high. £250-350
965.    An XVIII Century Oak and Mahogany Eight-Day Moonface Musical Longcase Clock, by T. Hill, Sheffield, the hood with swan neck pediment, reeded supports and arched glazed door to brass dial and chapter ring with Roman numerals, subsidiary dial, side lever for four to eight bells, striking on eight bells, the trunk with long door and reeded pilasters, the base with applied beading on bracket feet, 240cms high.

THIS CONCLUDES THE SALE OF ALL ITEMS CONSIGNED TO AUCTION FOR THIS VENDOR. £800-1200
966.    A Mahogany Bracket Clock, the repeater movement with engraved backplate, striking on a bell, the brass arch top dial enhanced with cast spandrels, the silvered chapter ring with Arabic and Roman numerals, centrally bearing signature, "Rennard, London" above a recessed calendar aperture, and with a silvered strike/silent dial to the arch, the case with moulded caddy top surmounted by a folding brass handle and with cast brass pineapple finials to the angles, twin pierced brass arched fishscale sound panels to the sides and with a repeater cord, moulded plinth base, 46cm high overall. £1000-1500
966A.   A Late XIX Century Oak Cased Mantel Clock, brass arched plate with silvered chapter ring and subsidiary dial, cast brass spandrels stamped "W & H SCH S" for Winterhalder and Hofmeier), all under a carved foliate dome top with green man motif, crowned head and foliate flanking strips, all on a breakfront stepped plinth base. £80-120
967.    A Late XVIII Century Oak Thirty Hour Longcase Clock, by Jos. Dean, Birkenstall, the hood with swan neck pediment with brass eagle finial, brass arched dial, Roman numerals, subsidiary minute dial and painted country scene, the trunk with shaped door and reeded pilasters on panel base with bracket feet, 237cms high. £300-400
968.    A Late XIX Century Rosewood Inlaid Cabinet, the top with broken pediment, central finial and arched bevelled glass, flanking cupboard doors decorated with swag and urn inlay, the base with segmented mirror doors, flanking inlaid cupboard doors, on turned feet, 135.5cms high, 137cms wide. £200-300
969.    A Set of Six Ash and Elm Ladder Back Chairs, with rush seats, on cabriole legs united by rails. £250-350
970.    A Mid Victorian Walnut Framed Salon Chair, with hooped back and carved and shaped arms, on turned and reeded legs, upholstered and buttoned back, arms and seat. £100-150
971.    A Set of Six Mid XIX Century Walnut Chairs, with a carved and pierced centre rail and upholstered seat on carved and cabriole legs. £100-150
972.    A XIX Century Mahogany Bookcase, the top with a grilled door and three internal shelves over four drawers, on a plinth base, 213cms high, 66cms wide. £150-200
973.    An Early XX Century Walnut Cylinder Writing Desk, with galleried top, quarter veneered fall front and central drawer, on twin pedestals with five graduated drawers on plinth bases, 113cms high, 114cms wide. £300-500
974.    An Early XIX Century Bow Fronted Chest of Drawers, with satinwood crossbanded top, two small and three long drawers, on bracket feet, 102cms high, 103cms wide. £150-200
975.    A Late XVIII Century Oak Chest of Drawers, with two short and three long drawers, with panelled ends, on bracket feet, 97cms high, 105cms wide. £150-200
976.    A Set of Four Mid XIX Century Walnut Balloon Back Dining Chairs, with upholstered seats on cabriole legs, bearing label "F.J. Mercer, Fargate, Sheffield". £80-120
977.    An Early XIX Century Mahogany Bow Fronted Sideboard, with a central drawer flanking cupboard doors, on tapering legs with spade feet, 88cms high, 152cms wide. £100-150
978.    An Early XX Century Mahogany Dressing Table Box on Stand, with fitted interior over two small drawers, the stand with a brushing slide, splayed legs united by 'X' stretcher, bearing label "John Bagshaw & Sons, Church St., Liverpool, 81cms high, 27cms wide. £100-150
979.    A Mid XIX Century Rosewood Firescreen, with applied 'C' scroll and pierced decoration to central framed woolwork panel, depicting a bird amongst foliage, on barley twist and block supports with finial tops and cabriole scroll legs united by a central stretcher, 135cms high, 71cms wide. £100-150
980.    A William IV Mahogany Pole Screen, with adjustable tapestry panel, the foliate carved pedestal on trefoil base with scroll feet. £50-100
981.    A Dark Oak Confiturier, with rectangular top over drawer and wine storage cupboard, having five sliding racks for seventy-five bottle capacity, 121cms high, 88cms wide, 76cms deep.
*Unused, originally purchased from Eurocover, new price £3,205. £80-120
982.    A Late XVIII Century Mahogany and Brass Bound Octagonal Shaped Wine Cooler, lead lined, on tapering supports with brass castors, 70cms high, 62cms wide. £400-600
983.    An Early XIX Century Ash Correction Chair, formed in the bamboo style,with rail back, oval caned seat, on splayed legs, united by stretchers. £40-60
984.    A Mid XIX Century Walnut Davenport, the upper section with ormolu gallery, fitted interior and green tooled scriver to sloping lid, four graduated drawers, and four dummy drawers on bun feet, 87cms high, 57cms wide. £300-500
985.    A XX Century French Style Kingwood and Walnut Inlaid Pier Cabinet, the hinged top with internal mirror and pink fabric lined interior, arched glazed door with applied gilded brass mounts and internal glass shelf, on shaped base, 105cms high, 82cms wide. £200-300
986.    A Late XVIII Century Elm Chair, the low back with pierced splats, shaped arms and drop-in seat, on chamfered square legs united by an 'X' stretcher (repaired). £40-80
987.    A XIX Century Mahogany Armchair, with upholstered back and seat, scroll shaped arms, serpentine front rail, on turned forelegs. £60-100
988.    A Mid XIX Century Mahogany Chaise Longue, with a shaped and scroll rail back, serpentine front rail, on cabriole legs, upholstered in a floral fabric, 85cms high, 185cms long. £100-200
989.    A Mid XIX Century Rosewood Serpentine Shaped What-Not, with pierced gallery back, four shelves on shaped supports, cabriole legs and scroll feet, 118cms high, 62cms wide. £60-100
990.    A Mid XVIII Century Joined Oak Drop Leaf Table, with an oval top and single drawer, on turned and block supports united by stretchers, 76cms high, 136cms wide. £80-120
991.    A Set of Six Mid XIX Century Oak Dining Chairs, with upholstered backs and seats, serpentine front rail, on turned and reeded legs. £100-150
992.    An Early XVIII Century and Later Joined Oak Chest on Stand, the top with two short and three long drawers, the later stand with two short drawers and shaped apron on turned and block supports united by stretchers, 95cms wide. £180-250
993.    A Late XVIII Century Oak Linen Cupboard, with moulded edge, hinged door with five dummy drawers concealing five internal shelves, on bracket feet, 118cms high, 104cms wide. £200-300
994.    A XIX Century Mahogany Carver Chair, with rectangular bar back, shaped arms and drop-in seat, on turned and reeded legs. £30-50
995.    A Late XX Century Continental Style High Back Three Seater Settee, the cresting rail, arms and apron all heavily carved with winged mask heads, on heavy paw feet, upholstered seat and back, 178cms high, 208cms long. £400-600
996.    A XIX Century Yew and Elm Gothic Style Armchair, with hooped back, shaped rails and arms, elm seat, on turned legs united by an 'H' stretcher. £100-150
997.    A XIX Century Yew and Elm Armchair, with pad arms, low back, turned rails and legs united by an 'H' stretcher. £50-100
998.    A Late XVII Century Joined Oak Coffer, the three panelled top with carved frieze, panelled front with lozenge decoration, on stile feet, 64cms high, 117cms wide. £150-200
999.    A XIX Century Mahogany Partners Desk, with moulded edge and black leatherette scriver over three top drawers, the twin pedestals with graduated drawers and cupboards, on plinth bases, 79cms high, 152cms wide. £400-600
1000.   A XIX Century Mahogany Military Chest, with two small drawers over a secretaire drawer with fitted interior, over two long drawers, on later feet, 108cms high, 91cms wide. £400-600
1001.   A XIX Century Mahogany What-Not, with turned finials and four shelves, on turned and block supports, 114cms high, 59cms wide. £50-80
1002.   A Late XIX Century Rosewood Cabinet, the top with applied half round pediment and scroll inlay, with central and side mirrored doors, the base with a long drawer over cupboard doors flanking open shelves on turned supports with undershelf, 191cms high, 120cms wide. £200-300
1003.   A XIX Century Victorian Rosewood Firescreen, with turned finials to central rectangular woolwork tapestry panel, on barley twist and block supports with claw feet, 96cms high, 57cms wide. £50-70
1004.   A Late XIX Century Inlaid Rosewood Cabinet, stamped "Maple & Co", the top with broken pediment with turned finial, dentil frieze, central mirror, galleried upper and lower shelves, the base with a central drawer over an open shelf between glazed cupboards, on turned and block supports united by an undershelf, 210cms high, 122cms wide. £150-250
1005.   A Late XIX Century Rosewood Inlaid Envelope Card Table, with a swivel top, baize interior with guinea wells and single drawer, on tapering legs with shaped stretchers united by an undershelf, bearing retailers label for "John Walsh, Sheffield", 73cms high, 54cms wide. £120-200
1006.   A XIX Century Yew Wood and Mahogany Wine Table, the oval shaped galleried top on turned pedestal with swept legs, 46cms high, 44cms wide. £30-50
1007.   A Pair of Mid XIX Century Walnut Salon Chairs, an armchair and chair, with carved top rails and upholstered back and seats, on carved cabriole legs. (2) £100-150
1008.   A XIX Century Mahogany Writing Table, with crossbanded top, black leatherette scriver, three small drawers to one side, two drawers to the other (central drawer lacking), on turned and reeded legs (lacking castors), 75cms high, 150cms wide. £100-200
1009.   A XVII Century Style Oak Coffer, with hinged lid and carved front panels with reeded decoration, on stile ends, 56cms high, 84cms wide. £80-120
1010.   A Late XIX Century Olive Wood Pedestal Table, with octagonal crossbanded and quarter veneered top, with hieroglyphic letters, barley twist pedestal, trefoil base on bun feet, 72cms high, 46cms wide. £40-80
1011.   A Pair of XX Century Queen Anne Style Chairs, with shaped central splats, drop-in seats, on cabriole legs with shell decoration on claw and ball feet. £30-50
1012.   A Pair of XVII Century Style Armchairs, with high backs and shaped arms, on bobbin and block supports united by an 'H' stetcher. £100-150
1013.   A Mid XVIII Century Joined Oak Dresser Base, with three small drawers, shaped apron on turned and block supports united by a pot board, 79cms high, 155cms long, 46cm deep. £400-600
1014.   A Harlequin Set of Five Early XIX Century Ash Country Chairs, with turned rail supports and rush seats, circular legs united by stretchers, on pad feet. £70-100
1015.   A Mid XVIII Century Oak Drop Leaf Table, with rectangular top, on tapering legs with pad feet, 73cms high, 160cms wide. £100-200
1016.   A c.1930 Art Deco Walnut Pop-Up Cocktail Cabinet/Coffee Table, the circular top with central spring mechanism release button for red plastic fitted interior, on cylindrical panelled base, bearing label "Patent Applied for 29606/52 31866/52", 97cms high overall, 76cms wide. £250-300
1017.   An XVIII Century Style Mahogany Dining Suite, by Rackstraw, the dining table with twin turned pedestals on splayed and reeded legs with brass castors (six extending leaves), overall length 422cms; Together with two carver and eight single chairs, with shaped top rails, pierced splats and drop-in seats on chamfered, moulded legs. £600-800
1018.   A Titchmarsh & Goodwin Style Oak Side Table, with a moulded front drawer and carved frieze, on turned and block supports with undershelf, 72cms high, 61cms wide. £40-80
1019.   A Titchmarsh & Goodwin Style Oak Stool, with upholstered top, carved frieze on turned and block supports united by stretchers, 46cms high, 40cms wide. £30-50
1020.   A Mid XIX Century Mahogany Cylinder Pedestal Desk, with three quarter galleried back, cylinder fall front with fitted interior, the twin pedestals with graduated drawers, on plinth bases. £250-350
1021.   An Early XX Century Mahogany Kidney Shaped Table, with a low back and single central drawer, on tapering legs with spade feet united by an 'X' stretcher, 79cms high, 92cms wide. £150-250
1022.   A Late XVII Century Joined Oak Derbyshire Chair, with shaped and carved top and central rails, corn finials, solid seat, on bobbin and block supports united by stretchers. £80-150
1023.   A Late XVII Century and Later Joined Oak Derbyshire Chair, with shaped and carved top and central rails, solid seat, on bobbin and block supports united by rails (with later applied beadwork decoration). £30-50
1024.   A Late XIX Century Serpentine Shaped Side Table, with a low back and carved foliate edge, two drawers, on carved cabriole legs with claw and ball feet, 73cms high, 130cms wide. £150-200
1025.   An Early XX Century Mahogany Bow Fronted Hall Robe, with a stepped cornice, blind fret frieze and panelled cupboard doors, 200cms high, 75cms deep. £100-200
1026.   A XIX Century Mahogany Bergére Chair, with a reeded top rail, caned back and seat, on tapering reeded and block supports with brass castors. £100-200
1027.   A Late XVII Century Joined Oak Blanket Box, with moulded edge, carved frieze, three panel front with lozenge decoration, on stile feet, 63cms high, 107cms wide. £100-200
1028.   An Arts & Crafts Oak Freestanding Bookcase, with heart inset to galleried back and four shelves having pegged ends, 98cms wide. £80-120
1029.   An XVII Century and Later Joined Oak Coffer, having moulded top, symmetrical carving to three panel fascia, strapwork carving to supports and apron, 70cms high, 122.5cms wide. £100-200
1030.   A XIX Century Burr Walnut Tea Table, having serpentine shaped quarter veneered swivel fold-over top on twin reeded and bulbous supports with pokerwork carving to scroll feet, united by similar stretcher, 76cms high, 98.5cms wide. £120-180
1031.   A Late XVIII Century Mahogany Chest of Drawers, with moulded edge, two short and three long drawers on bracket feet, 75cms high, 87cms wide. £200-300
1032.   A Set of Seven Carved Oak Chairs, (carver and six single), with crown tops and frieze with knulled decoration, central panels carved with scenes from Shakespeare plays, barley twist supports, solid seats, on block and knulled forelegs united by stretchers. £200-300
1033.   A Mid to Late XVIII Century Joined Oak Drop Leaf Table, with oval top, on turned and block supports united by stretchers, 76cms high, 142cms wide. £200-300
1034.   A George III Style Mahogany Chest, with two short and three long drawers, on bracket feet, 93cms high, 72cms wide. £100-150
1035.   A XVII Century and Later Joined Oak Chair, with arched centre rails, knulled decoration and solid seat, on turned and block supports united by stretchers. £40-60
1036.   A Late XVIII Century Mahogany Chest, with two short and four long drawers, pine ends on ogee feet (cut down), 134cms high, 110cms wide. £100-150
1037.   A XX Century Yew Wood Quartetto Nest of Tables, quarter veneered with central inset oval and raised beading, shaped ends, on slender ring turned stretchered legs with splayed feet, 50cms high, 35.5cms wide. £80-120
1038.   A Pair of Late XIX Century Low Tub Chairs, later re-upholstered in buttoned crosshatch salmon cotton, on rosewood ring turned tapering front legs, beaded brass castors. £100-150
1039.   A Late XIX Century Mahogany Wardrobe, with two panelled doors, internal shelves and an arrangement of drawers, on plinth base, 215cms high, 170cms wide. £50-100
1040.   A Late XIX Century Continental Walnut Musical Chair, the 'S' shaped carved back with central inlaid panel depicting a goat on rocks, inlaid and hinged seat, on carved cabriole legs. £100-150
1041.   An Early XX Century Walnut Cylinder Bureau, with a low back and crossbanded top, quarter veneered fall front with fitted interior over two small drawers, on cabriole legs with pad feet, 113cms high, 75cms wide. £80-120
1042.   An Early XIX Century Mahogany Tea Table, the rectangular top with frieze, box wood inlay, on turned legs, 74cms high, 92cms wide. £40-60
1043.   An XVIII Century Style Joined Oak Gate Leg Table, with oval top, on turned and block supports united by stretchers, 74cms high, 147cms wide. £200-300
1044.   A Set of Six XIX Century Style Oak Spindle Back Chairs, with rushed seats, the cabriole forelegs with ball feet, united by central stretchers. £200-300
1045.   A Mid XIX Century Walnut Triple Wardrobe, with arched pediment, the central mirrored door with three internal shelves over two small and two long drawers, with flanking panelled doors on a plinth base, 241cms high, 233cms wide. £300-500
1046.   A XIX Century Mahogany Bow Fronted Chest of Drawers, with two short and three long drawers, on turned feet, 106cms high, 91cms wide. £180-250
1047.   A XIX Century French Walnut Dining Table, with a moulded frieze, on turned and reeded legs united by stretchers, on bun feet (with three leaves), 74cms high, 242cms wide. £400-600
1048.   A XIX Century Mahogany Chiffonier, the upper shelf supported by two turned reeded supports, the base with a single drawer with applied scroll decoration and panelled doors, on a plinth base, 119cms high, 101cms wide. £100-150
1049.   A XIX Century Walnut Davenport, with a sliding fall, brushing slides, the base with cupboard door concealing four drawers on squat circular feet, 83cms high, 54cms wide. £80-100
1050.   A Set of Nine Mid XX Century Armchairs, with blue leatherette backs and seats, shaped arms and tapering legs, bearing label "STOE". £200-300
1051.   A William IV Rosewood Hexagonal Topped Occasional Table, the turned tapering pedestal on trefoil base with bun feet, 55cms high. £30-50
1052.   A George III Mahogany and Line Inlaid Tea Table, the oval top, formerly galleried, fitted to the side with a sliding candle shelf, shaped apron, on four slightly splayed, chamfered, tapering supports, brass caps, leather castors, 68cms high, 35.5cms wide. £60-100
1053.   A XIX Century Continental Mahogany Sewing Table, with quarter veneered top and fitted interior, over shaped basket, on turned pedestal on shaped and scroll feet, 75cms high, 50cms wide. £180-250
1054.   A XIX Century Rosewood Sewing Table, with rectangular top and single drawer over upholstered basket, on shaped supports with central turned stretcher on bun feet, 75cms high, 56cms wide. £250-350
1055.   A Mid XVIII Century Oak and Walnut Lowboy, the top with moulded edge over three small drawers, on cabriole legs with pad feet, 70cms high, 70cms wide. £200-300
1056.   A XIX Century Mahogany Three-Tier What -Not, with finial topped turned and reeded supports and single drawer on turned feet, 97cms high, 43cms wide. £100-200
1057.   A George III Style Mahogany Breakfront Bookcase, with triangular pediment, dentil cornice, bevelled glazed astragal doors, over three panelled cupboard doors on a plinth base, 221cms high, 157cms wide. £200-300
1058.   A XIX Century Papier Maché and Black Lacquer Tilt Top Pedestal Table, the circular top painted with a young girl braiding her hair, the turned pedestal with gilt decoration on trefoil base (damaged), 70cms high, 55cms wide. £50-100
1059.   A XIX Century Ebonised Credenza, with a moulded top and inlaid frieze with central door, on circular tapering and block supports and small turned feet, 107cms high, 120cms wide. £250-350
1060.   A Late XVIII Century Chest on Chest, with stepped cornice, pear drop frieze, with two short drawers and three long drawers, over three long drawers with chamfered and reeded sides, on ogee feet, 180cms high, 128cms wide. £300-500
1061.   An Early XIX Century Mahogany 'D' End Dining Table, with crossbanded top, on tapering legs (with alterations), 290cms long, 142cms wide. £100-200
1062.   A Late XVIII Century Oak Breakfront Dresser Rack, with stepped cornice over three shelves with reeded sides, 128cms high, 199cms wide. £150-250
1063.   A Titchmarsh & Goodwin Oak Dresser Base, with three drawers over three panelled cupboard doors, on stile feet, 84cms high, 138cms wide. £200-300
1064.   A Titchmarsh & Goodwin Oak Refectory Table, the rectangular top with scalloped edge, on shaped trestle ends united by a central stretcher, 77cms high, 213cms long. £200-400
1065.   A Set of Eight Titchmarsh & Goodwin Ash and Elm Ladder Back Dining Chairs, two carver and six single, with rail backs, green leather drop-in seats, on turned legs with pad and ball feet united by stretchers. £200-400
1066.   A Titchmarsh & Goodwin Oak Pedestal Desk, with crossbanded top, tooled leather scriver, with three top drawers and two drawers to each pedestal, on bracket feet, 75cms high, 134cms wide. £250-350
1067.   An Early XIX Century Mahogany Kneehole Dressing Table, with central drawer flanking drawers, on turned legs, 75cms high, 84cms wide. £100-200
1068.   A Set of Four Regency Dining Chairs, the rectangular rail backs with gadrooned decoration, drop in seats on sabre legs. £50-100
1069.   A XIX Century Mahogany Stool, the square top with drop in tapestry seat, on turned legs. £30-50
1070.   A XIX Century Ash and Oak Wind-Out Dining Table, with moulded edges, on turned legs with pot castors (extra leaf). £100-200
1071.   A XX Century French Style Kingwood Serpentine Shaped Commode, with marble top, shaped sides with ormolu mounts and five small drawers. £60-100
1072.   A XIX Century Rectangular Shaped Stone Trough, 25cms high, 62cms wide. £80-120
1073.   A XIX Century Rectangular Stone Trough, with central iron bar, 23cms high, 61cms wide. £80-120
1074.   A XX Century Chinese Hardwood Corner Chair, with shaped top rail and arms, solid seat on circular legs united by 'X stretchers. £80-120
1075.   A XX Century Chinese Hardwood Side Table, with rectangular top and carved frieze, shaped legs and stretchers,m 42cms high, 34cms wide. £40-60
1076.   A XX Century Chinese Hardwood Low Table, the rectangular top with shaped ends, pierced frieze, on bamboo effect legs, 33cms high, 99cms wide. £100-200
1077.   A XX Century Chinese Hardwood Nest of Tables, the rectangular top with carved frieze decorated with leaves and berries, on bamboo effect legs and stretchers. £150-250
1078.   A XX Century Chinese Hardwood Quartetto Nest of Tables, with rectangular tops, pierced frieze on bamboo effect legs and stretchers. £200-300