Antique & Fine Art Auction
on Friday 5th May 2017

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400.    A Mid XX Century Bimini Werkstatte Cocktail Set, in pale blue, the footed baluster decanter with internal lampwork opaline figure of a mermaid, repeated on the stopper and floral leaf engraved body, 22.5cms high, together with a set of six matching glasses, each with figural mermaid stems. (7) £40-60
401.    A Pair of XIX Century Firing Glasses, the ogee bowls etched with a rose and a bird in flight and raised on white enamel twist stems and plain circular foot, 10.5cms high. (2) £60-80
402.    A Mid XX Century Italian Venini Green Glass Dish, of shallow egg shape, decorated with a fine line design, stencil mark Venini, Murano, Italy, 19 x 29cms. £500-700
403.    A J. Ditchfield Glasform Irridescent Glass Vase, of organic shape, the ovoid base with slender stem and flower head rim, etched mark and shape number 7382, 33cms high. £60-80
404.    A J. Ditchfield Glasform Irridescent Glass Vase, of organic shape, the ovoid base with tall twist stem, with lily rim, etched mark and shape number 5357, 43.5cms high. £60-80
405.    A Set of Six Lalique Glass Dessert Bowls and Matching Plates, each decorated in the Dampierre pattern of birds in bands against brown stained grounds, R. Lalique stencil marks, bowls 12cms diameter, plates 16cms diameter. (12) £300-500
406.    A Pair of Late XIX Century Glass Table Lustres, the green opaque grounds painted in green, pink and gilt with flowers and foliage, the shaped stems with gilt band and raised on circular feet with similar floral bands, hung with prismatic drops, 35cms high, under glass domes. (2) £100-150
407.    A Pair of Late Victorian Clear Glass Apothecary Bottles, each of footed circular section, the lift-off covers with spike finial, 65cms high. £100-150
408.    A Whitefriars Glass Textured 'Waisted' Vase, in kingfisher blue, designed by Geoffrey Baxter, produced from 1967-9, 32cms high. £100-150
409.    A Modern Lalique Amber Glass Model of a Rearing Horse, etched mark 'Lalique, France', 14.5cms high. £70-100
410.    A Pair of Late XIX Century Bohemian Glass Table Lustres, the cranberry grounds with alternating panels of portraits and flowers within scrolling foliage, the hexagonal stems raised from circular bases with floral panels, 32cms high. (2) £200-300
411.    A Late Victorian Nailsea Cranberry Glass Flask, with trailing white decoration, 22cms long; Two Rolling Pins, similarly decorated, one red, the other blue, 38cms and 32cms long; A Blue Glass Overlaid Scent Bottle and Stopper. (4) £50-80
412.    A Lalique Pour Homme Frosted Glass "Flacon Panthére" Perfume Bottle/Mascot Factice, a limited edition for the year 2004, with fluted body, "FAC Lalique, France" to base, 15cms high. £100-150
415.    A XIX Century Meissen Matched Cabinet Cup and Saucer, each painted with floral sprigs and insects, the saucer encrusted with flowers to the underside, blue crossed swords marks. £30-50
416.    A 1920's Shelley Porcelain Part Coffee Service, decorated in the "Sunset and Tall Trees" pattern in shades of dark grey, black and yellow, Queen Anne shape number 11678 and registration number 723404., comprising coffee pot and cover, sugar basin and milk jug, six coffee cups and saucers. (16) £50-80
417.    A Shelley China Mabel Lucie Atwell Figure, "Ise Goin-Ta-Ta", modelled as a girl holding a teddy and a doll, printed marks,16cms high. £40-60
418.    A Late XIX Century Sévres Style Porcelain Teapot and Cover, of ovoid form with foliate and berry finial, painted with floral sprays and sprigs within blue and gilt rims, pseudo Sévres mark in blue, 10.5cms high. £70-100
419.    A Mid XX Century Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of ovoid form, painted in the Orchid pattern against a blue/green ground with flambé wash, impressed mark, 10.8cms high. £80-120
420.    A Keith Murray Wedgwood Black Basalt Bowl, of shallow circular form with faceted border, impressed mark, red facsimile signature to underside, 24cms diameter. £70-100
421.    A Royal Doulton Porcelain Vase, of compressed oval form with short neck, painted by J. Hyman, signed, with a loch and castle scene within oval gilt cartouche against a dark blue ground with gilt scrolling foliage, printed mark, 6cms high; A Further Royal Doulton Vase, similar, of globular form, 6.5cms high; Another, painted with a spray of pink roses, 7.5cms high. (3) £70-100
422.    A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of extended ovoid form, painted in the Pomegranate pattern against a dark blue ground, impressed marks, signed in green, 33cms high. £250-350
423.    A Wilkinson Ltd. Clarice Cliff Pottery Breakfast Set, painted in the orange Crocus pattern, comprising teapot and cover, sugar bowl, milk jug, one plate and two teacups and saucers, printed marks. £50-80
424.    A Minton's Secessionist Pottery Bowl, of circular form, painted with a border of cream flowerheads tubelined in green within a sage green border and a mottled maroon ground, printed mark Minton Ltd No 32 (cracked), 21cms diameter. £50-80
425.    A Wedgwood Porcelain Fairyland Lustre Bowl, designed by Daisy Makeig-Jones, of octagonal form, decorated in the Geisha/Angels pattern to the exterior and the Running Figures pattern to the exterior, printed mark and Z4968, 16cms diameter. £800-1200
426.    A Wedgwood Porcelain Fairyland Lustre Bowl, designed by Daisy Makeig-Jones, of circular form, decorated with the Leapfrogging Elves pattern against a black lustre ground, the interior with more elves against a green iridescent ground, printed mark and Z4968, 13.5cms diameter. £400-600
427.    A Wedgwood Fairyland Lustre Bowl, of circular form, decorated with dragons against a mottled blue ground to the exterior and fruit within a chinoiserie border to the interior, printed mark and Z4829, 16cms diameter. £80-120
428.    A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of cylindrical form with tall tapering neck, painted in the Clematis pattern against a dark blue ground, impressed marks and 'Potter to HM The Queen', WM monogram, 21cms high. £120-150
429.    An Early XX Century Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of globular form with short cylindrical neck, painted with the Orchid pattern against a mottled green/blue ground, impressed marks, signed in green, 18cms high. £600-800
430.    A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of ovoid form, painted in the Spring Flowers pattern against an ivory ground, painted and impressed marks, WM signature in green. £70-100
431.    A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of globular form, painted in the Orchid pattern against an ivory ground, impressed and painted marks, Potters to H.M. The Queen, signed in brown, 21cms high. £120-180
432.    A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of baluster form, painted in the trial Peacock Feather pattern against a mottled green/blue ground, painted and impressed marks, dated 22.7.96, 15.5cms high. £70-100
433.    A Pair of Early XX Century Delft Pottery Models of Cows and Milkmaids, all painted in blue with flowers and raised on rectangular base with scrolling foliate bands, painted initials TA 1H to base, 16cms high. (2) £80-120
434.    A Modern Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of shaped rectangular form, painted in the Paradise Found pattern on a black ground, designed by Vicky Lovatt, impressed and painted marks, 31cms high. £200-240
435.    A Modern Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of elongated baluster form, painted in the Style of the Season pattern on a cream ground, designed by Vicky Lovatt, numbered edition 187, impressed and painted marks, 31.5cms high. £160-200
436.    A Modern Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of baluster form, painted in the Ruby Red pattern, designed by Emma Bossons, impressed and painted marks, 13cms high. £90-110
437.    A Modern Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of elongated baluster form with tapering square neck, painted in the Unity pattern on a cream ground, designed by Emma Bossons, impressed and painted marks, 35cms high. £200-240
438.    A Modern Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of shouldered baluster form, painted in the Dent de Lion pattern on a cream ground, designed by Rachel Bishop, impressed and painted marks, 36.5cms high. £280-320
439.    A Modern Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of elongated baluster form, painted in the Golden Pheasant pattern on a cream ground, designed by Vicky Lovatt, limited edition no. 21/60, impressed and painted marks, 31.5cms high. £180-220
440.    A Modern Moorcroft Rectangular Pottery Plaque, painted in the Wind Runner pattern on a light green ground, designed by Emma Bossons, impressed and painted marks, 3.6 x 34cms, in dark wood frame. £70-90
441.    A Modern Moorcroft Rectangular Pottery Plaque, painted in the Moorland Rose pattern, designed by Vicky Lovatt for James MacIntyre, Leeds, numbered edition 56, impressed and painted marks, 30 x 3.6cms, in frame. £110-130
442.    A Modern Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of squat baluster form, painted in the Queen's Choice pattern on a dark blue ground, designed by Emma Bossons, impressed and painted marks, 8cms high. £90-110
443.    A Modern Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of baluster form, painted in the A Family Through Flowers pattern on a cream ground, designed by Emma Bossons, limited edition no. 86/250, impressed and painted marks, 31.5cms high. £280-320
444.    A Modern Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of double gourd shape, painted in the 'Trial' Rooster pattern on a cream ground, dated 12.10.15, impressed and painted marks, 29cms high. £180-220
445.    A Modern Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of elongated baluster form, painted in the Anna Lily pattern, designed by Nicola Slaney, impressed and painted marks, 20.5cms high. £110-130
446.    A Modern Moorcroft Pottery Clock, painted in the Forever England pattern on a dark blue ground, designed by Vicky Lovatt, impressed and painted marks, 16cms high £130-150
447.    A Modern Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of ovoid form, painted in the Paradise Found pattern on a black ground, designed by Vicky Lovatt, impressed and painted marks, 21cms high. £200-240
448.    A Modern Moorcroft Pottery Circular Bowl, painted in the Queen's Choice pattern on a dark blue ground, designed by Emma Bossons, impressed and painted marks, 15.5cms diameter. £150-180
449.    A Royal Crown Derby Imari Paperweight "Appleby Mare", modelled by Hugh Gibson, number 989/1500, commissioned for Sinclairs, date code for 2002, printed marks, gold stopper, with certificate and box, 20cms high. £150-180
450.    A Collection of Six Mid - Late XIX Century Pot Lids, all mounted in black frames, to include Uncle Toby, The Shrimper, Dr. Johnson and The Wolf and the Lamb etc. (6) £50-80
451.    A Pair of Early XX Century Coalport Porcelain Plates, decorated in the blue Bat Wing pattern with gadrooned borders, printed mark, 22.5cms diameter; A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Plate, decorated in Imari pattern 2451, 26.5cms diameter; An Ashworth's Ironstone Plate, similarly decorated, 25cms diameter. (4) £30-50
452.    An Art Deco Crown Devon Pottery Figural Table Lamp, depicting a naked young woman holding a pink ribbon, stood on a grassy knoll, after a design by Kathleen Parsons, the figure mounted on a black glazed pottery base with circular frosted glass backdrop. £60-100
453.    A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of globular form, painted in the Claremont pattern against a mottled green/blue ground, impressed mark, signed in green, (foot restored) 26cms. £600-800
454.    A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of ovoid form, painted in the Pomegranate pattern against a dark blue ground, impressed mark, signed in green, 22cms high. £250-350
455.    A Doulton Lambeth Stoneware Pottery Advertising Flask for 'Grant Mackay & Co. Scotch Whisky', the dark blue and brown grounds applied with scrolling foliage, impressed marks, 21cms high. £80-120
456.    A Pair of Late XIX Century Mettlach Pottery Vases, of extended ovoid form with elephant head handles, the terracotta grounds incised and applied with stylised foliage, flowerheads and geometric designs, impressed marks, shape number 1870, 34cms high. (2) £150-250
457.    A XIX Century Stoneware Pottery Apothecary Jar, inscribed in blue "AE Giptiac M.B.1668", with a cherub mounted cartouche against a crackleware ground, 20cms high; A Saltglaze Stoneware Tankard, applied with a classical scene and trees within brown borders and plated rim, 15cms high. (2) £80-120
458.    A New Hall Porcelain Teapot, Cover and Stand and Matching Plate, painted in pattern number 1225 with pink roses and blue sprigs; A Derby Chamberstick, painted in blue, iron red and yellow with foliate scrolls within a beadwork border, red crown and D mark, 10cms diameter; A Davenport Imari Pattern Basket and a Pearlware Tea Bowl and Matching Bowl and Cover. (8) £60-80
459.    A Pair of Early XIX Century Tin Glazed Pottery Plates, possibly Lambeth, painted in blue with Chinoiserie scenes depicting figures in garden settings within elaborated borders, 22cms diameter. (2) £60-80
460.    A Pair of Late XIX Century Cabinet Plates, the centres decorated with XVIII Century courting couples in garden settings, signed Colin, within red borders with floral panels with elaborate gilt cartouches, 22cms diameter, framed. (2) £150-200
461.    A Pair of Late XIX Century Goldshieder Style German Cold Painted Terracotta Figures, the black lady and gentleman each holding a basket, with spill vase behind and raised on rocky square bases, impressed factory marks and 'BB' monogram for Bernhard Bloch, 32cms high. (2) £60-80
462.    A Wilkinson's Ltd Clarice Cliff Pottery Lotus Jug, of ribbed ovoid form, painted in the Novali pattern, with trees and an urn of flowers beside a pond of waterlilies, printed marks, 30cms high. £200-300
463.    A 1920's Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of squat cylindrical form with short curved neck, painted in the Wisteria pattern against a dark blue ground, impressed marks, signed in blue, 8.5cms high. £60-80
464.    A Macintyre Aurelian Ware Pottery Vase, of extended ovoid form, decorated in the Imari palette with Art Nouveau stylised flowers within a panelled border of flowers and geometric designs, printed mark and painted pattern number, 26cms high. £70-100
465.    A Mid XIX Century Blue and White Pottery Meat Dish, of shaped oval form with gravy curve at one side, printed in the Gothic Ruins pattern within a leaf border, 52cms diameter; Another, similar, depicting cattle by an arched bridge across a river, 42cms diameter; A Willow Pattern Meat Dish, 45cms diameter. (3) £70-100
466.    An Early XX Century J.T. Morton, Filey, Blue Marbled Agate Pottery Part Tea Service, the cups of part fluted form with entwined strapwork handles with petal terminals, incised script marks, J.T. Morton, Filey, comprising six saucers, six tea cups, a sugar basin and milk jug. £60-80
467.    A Moorcroft Pottery Circular Bowl and Cover, painted in the Magnolia pattern with pink flowers against a dark blue ground, impressed marks, unsigned, 16cms diameter. £70-100
468.    An Early XX Century Moorcroft Pottery Twin Handled Circular Bowl, painted in the "Pomegranate" pattern within a dark blue ground, signed in green, 25cms diameter. £200-300
469.    A Late XIX Century French Porcelain Chamberstick, the pink ground decorated in thee panels with floral sprays within elaborate cartouches, ormolu mounts, pseudo Sévres mark, 14.5cms diameter. £50-80
470.    A Troika Pottery Vase, of cylindrical form, the turquoise textured body with horizontal band of brown circles dissected by three fine lines, painted monogram, 13.5cms high. £30-50
471.    A Pair of Late XIX Century Mintons Pottery Tiles, painted Anton Boullemier (1840-1900), signed, with a young lady holding a fan and a rose and a gentleman, both in Continental street scenes, impressed mark, 30 x 15cms. (2) £100-150
472.    A 1920's Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of tapering form, painted in the "Anemone" pattern against a dark blue ground, impressed marks, signed in blue, 13cms high. £80-120
473.    A Late XX Century Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of ovoid form painted in the "Anemone" pattern against a dark blue ground, printed mark, 'WM' monogram in green, date code for 1992, artist's monogram for Shirley Anderson, 20cms high. £50-80
474.    A Late XX Century Moorcroft Pottery Plate, of circular form, painted in the "Anemone" pattern against a dark blue ground, impressed marks, 'WM' monogram in green, date code for 1992, artist's monogram, 25.5cms high; A Small Moorcroft Pottery Vase, in the same pattern, 10cms high. (2) £40-70
475.    A Pair of Late XIX Century Vienna Style Porcelain Vases, of two handled ovoid form, with long cylindrical necks, decorated in oval panels with titled classical scenes within elaborate gilt and dark blue grounds, blue beehive marks, 25cms high; Another, similar, lacking cover, 24cms high. (3) £120-180
476.    A Royal Worcester Porcelain Plate, (unmarked), the centre painted by Stinton, signed, with a view of Wick within a maroon and cream border, 26.5cms diameter; Two Royal Doulton Figures, Lily HN1798 and Monica HN1467. (3) £30-40
477.    A Modern Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of slender ovoid form, painted with the Finch pattern against a mottled green/blue ground, impressed marks and WM signature, 27cms high. £80-120
478.    A Modern Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of ovoid form, painted with the Finch pattern against a mottled blue ground, impressed marks and WM signature, 19cms high. £60-80
479.    A Moorcroft Pottery Charger, of circular form, painted with the Hibiscus pattern against a dark green ground, impressed mark, WM signature in green, bearing a label "Potters to the Late Queen Mary", 26cms diameter; Another, in the Bougainvillea pattern, 26cms diameter. (2) £80-120
480.    A Mid XIX Century Staffordshire Pottery Flatback Figure "Uncle Tom's Cabin", the seated figure holding a book, a girl on his knee, beside a large hat, titled oval base, 23cms high; A Pair of Willow Art China Models of Coal Tenders, inscribed "A Truck of Coal From" and bearing the Grimsby Coat of Arms, 6.5cms high. (3) £40-60
481.    A Grainger & Co. Worcester Porcelain Vase, of globular form, with knopped tapered neck pierced at the top, the two handles also pierced, the blush ivory ground printed and painted with pink roses, printed mark, shape number G60, date code for 1897, 43cms high. £120-180
482.    A Pair of Mid XIX Century Coalbrookdale Porcelain Vases and Covers, of baluster two handled form, centrally painted with landscape scenes and elaborately encrusted with flowers, within pink lustre scrollwork and yellow handles, 41cms high. (2) £150-200
483.    A Pair of Late XIX Century German Porcelain Three Branch Candelabra, modelled as a lady and gentleman in XVIII Century costume standing by a tree entwined with pink and white hydrangea, shaped blue and gilt circular bases, 51cms high. (2) £150-250
484.    A Late XIX Century German Porcelain Table Centrepiece, the base modelled as a lady in XVIII Century costume standing by a tree, encrusted with flowers, the detachable shaped and pierced bowl similarly encrusted with flowers (possibly matched), 46cms high. £50-70
485.    A Royal Worcester Porcelain Ginger Jar and Cover, of ovoid form, painted by H. Ayrton, signed, with ripening fruit against mossy woodland banks, printed mark in black, shape number 2826, 17.5cms high. £300-500
486.    A Pair of Royal Worcester Porcelain Vases, of cylindrical form, raised on pierced gilt bases, painted by J. Smith and A. Telford, signed, with ripening fruit against mossy woodland banks, painted marks in black, shape number 6/161/3, 22cms high. £500-800
487.    A Pair of Royal Worcester Porcelain Vases, of two handled, footed ovoid form, the blush ivory grounds printed and painted with floral sprays, elaborate gilt decoration, printed marks in green, shape number 2192, date code for 1903, 26.5cms high. (2) £100-150
488.    A Royal Worcester Porcelain Pot Pourri Vase and Pierced Cover, (inner cover missing), the ovoid part basket work body painted by H. Ayrton, signed, with ripening fruit on a mossy bank, printed mark in black, shape number 1286, 21cms high. £250-350
489.    A Royal Worcester Porcelain Jardiniére, painted in panels with pink roses within gilt borders, printed mark in puce, shape number F132 date code for 1919, 11cms high (restored). £40-60
490.    Six Royal Worcester Porcelain Cabinet Cups and Saucers, painted by A. Shuck, W. Austin, R. Rushton and E. Townsend, signed, with ripening fruit against mossy woodland banks, the cups with gilt interiors, printed marks in puce, date codes for 1924 and 1925. (12) £600-800
491.    A Royal Worcester Porcelain Pin Tray, of oval form, painted by G. Moseley, signed, with ripening fruit against a mossy woodland bank, gilt border, printed mark in puce, date code for 1934, 10cms long; A Royal Worcester Cabinet Cup, painted by H. Stinton, signed, with highland cattle to the interior, gilt exterior, printed mark in puce, date code for 1923, 3cms high. (2) £70-100
492.    A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of ovoid form, painted in the Anemone pattern in shades of pink and purple against a dark blue ground, impressed mark, signed 'WM' and paper label, 19cms high. £60-80
493.    A Coalport Porcelain Cabinet Plate, painted by H. Persy, signed, with a castle and loch scene, within a gilt decorated dark blue and yellow ground, printed marks, 22.5cms diameter; Another, similar, unsigned. (2)
£50-80
494.    A Minton's Pottery Plate, in the Pre-Raphaelite style, painted by L. Arnold, signed, with the portrait of a young lady beside cherry blossom, impressed marks, 24.5cms diameter. £80-120
495.    A Vienna Style Porcelain Cabinet Bowl, printed and overpainted with a classical scene entitled "Schmuckung der Venus", signed F. Mohauput, within an elaborate panelled multi-coloured and gilt border, bee hive mark, 24.5cms diameter. £100-150
496.    A Vienna Style Porcelain Cabinet Bowl, printed and overpainted with a classical scene entitled "Schmuckung der Venus", signed F. Mohauput, within an elaborate panelled green and red gilt decorated border, bee hive mark, 25cms diameter. £100-150
497.    A Royal Worcester Porcelain Candle Snuffer, 'Granny Snow', wearing a yellow bonnet, grey shawl and pink dress, date code for 1929, 8cms high. £50-80
498.    A Royal Worcester Porcelain Vase, of twin handled pear shaped form, with moulded circular base and neck, decorated in gilt with ferns and other foliage against a dark blue ground, shape number 982, date code for 1898, 17cms high; A Royal Doulton Tall Tapering Vase, painted by A. Scott, signed, with blue corn flowers, 22.5cms high. (2) £80-120
499.    A Pair of Early XIX Century Terracotta Pottery Models of Cats, modelled seated upon oval bases and decorated in a brown treacle glaze, 14cms high. (2) £50-80
500.    A Late XIX Century Pottery Toby Jug, modelled as Nelson in Naval uniform, standing upon a titled rocky circular base, 29cms high; Another, modelled as a seated gentleman wearing a green coat, black breeches and hat and holding a lantern, 24cms high. (2) £60-80
501.    A Mid XIX Century Staffordshire Pottery Model of Mother Goose, the figure holding a broomstick and riding upon a goose, rocky oval base, 18.5cms high; A Pair of Staffordshire Encrusted Models of Sheep, against bocage backgrounds and rocky oval base, 13cms high; A Pair of Poodles, again with encrusted decoration, 6.5cms high. (5) £70-100
502.    A George Jones Porcelain Cabinet Plate, the centre painted with two boats on a choppy sea within a turquoise border with gilt and black foliate decoration, impressed mark, 23cms diameter; A Derby Porcelain Figure of Autumn, 18cms high; A Blue and White Porcelain Tea Bowl; A Pearlware Pottery Mug, painted in blue with a chinoiserie landscape scene, 10cms high. (4) £50-80
503.    A Pair of Royal Worcester Porcelain Vases, of two handled pear shape, the blush ivory grounds printed and painted with chrysanthemums in shades of pink and yellow, elaborate moulding and gilt decoration, printed marks in purple, shape number 982, date code for 1890, 26cms high. (2) £120-180
504.    A Rockingham Porcelain Teapot and Cover, with crown finial, decorated in pattern number 1224 with fruiting foliage in shades of grey and gilt, unmarked, 20cms high; A Worcester Style Globular Teapot and Cover, with flower finial, decorated in panels with exotic birds and flowers against a scaled blue ground with gilt cartouche, 15.5cms high; A Further Teapot and Cover, painted with pink roses, 15.5cms high. (3) £70-100
505.    A Worcester Porcelain Globular Teapot and Cover, with flower knob, decorated in blue with the Fence pattern, crescent mark, 14.5cms high; A Worcester 'U' Shaped Sugar Bowl, 7cms high; A Sugar Bowl, Milk Jug, Three Tea Bowls, Five Saucers and Four Lids. (17) £70-100
506.    A Tin Glazed Pottery Jug, of footed diamond shape, painted in blue with flowers, inscribed "AO : 1783", 8cms high. £100-150
507.    A Royal Worcester Porcelain Vase, of tapered form with wavy rim, painted by G. Delaney, signed, with ripening fruit against a mossy woodland bank, black mark, date code for 1951, 8cms high. £40-60
508.    A Pair of Late XIX Century Dresden Porcelain Vases and Covers, of ovoid form, decorated in alternating panels of XVIII Century figures in garden settings and floral sprays against bright blue grounds, all within gilt scroll borders, 'AR' mark in blue, 38cms high. £250-350
509.    A Circular Pottery Plaque, decorated in the Palissy style with a large central crab within an oyster and seaweed border, 30cms diameter. £50-80
513.    A Mid XIX Century Chinese Porcelain Tureen and Cover, of circular two handled form, painted in blue with flowering shrubs and trees by a fence, 23cms diameter; A Late XIX Century Chinese Porcelain Sauce Tureen and Cover, of shaped rectangular form with animal head handles painted in blue with a landscape scene, 17cms long. (4) £70-100
514.    A Pair of Early XX Century Chinese Ivory Tusks, elaborately carved with dragons chasing moons, 21cms high. (2) £30-50
515.    An Early XX Century Small Chinese Ivory Concentric Ball on Stand, elaborately carved with flowers and dragons; Two Larger Concentric Balls, 2.5cms - 5.5cms. (3) £30-50
516.    A Late XIX Century Chinese Ivory Box, containing mother of pearl gaming tokens carved with figures on a terrace, 3cms diameter; A Late XIX Century Japanese Ivory Netsuke; An Early XX Century Chinese Ivory Box, carved with flowers, 5cms diameter, and a carved shell. (4) £30-50
517.    A Late XIX Century Chinese Porcelain Vase, of baluster form with branch and flowering prunus handles, painted in blue with panels of figures in garden settings, between smaller panels of flowers and butterflies, all against a prunus flower ground and crosshatch and wave borders, six character mark to base. £120-150
518.    An Early XX Century Chinese Porcelain Teapot and Cover, painted in the Canton famille rose palette with panels of figures on terraces, exotic birds and flowers, wicker handle, and two matching tea bowls, all contained in the original wicker carrying case with brass mounts; A Chinese Metal Bowl, of circular footed form, cast with dragons and flowers, 22cms diameter. £60-80
519.    A Late XIX Century Chinese Famille Verte Pottery Figure of a Deity Entwined with a Dragon, in traditional robes, upon a rocky oval base, 37cms high. £150-200
520.    A Mid XIX Century Cantonese Tortoiseshell Circular Snuff Box and Cover, externally all-over carved with garden scenes and landscapes, the cover with white metal rim, 9.3cms diameter. £200-300
521.    A Late XIX Century Japanese Bronze Model of a Gentleman, kneeling and holding a rug, beside a large basket, 8cms high; A Spelter Model of a Dog, 4.5cms high; A Further Model, a young child seated in a high chair, crying, 10.5cms high. (3) £60-80
522.    A Late XIX Century Japanese Cloisonné Pot Pourri Bowl and Cover, of globular form, decorated with dragons against a bright red ground, raised on three short feet, 14.5cms high; A Champlevé Enamel Vase, decorated with phoenix and scrolling foliage and flowers, 26.5cms high, hardwood stand. (2) £60-80
523.    A Late XIX Century Japanese Charger, of circular form, painted in the Imari palette with figures on a boat in a mountainous landscape, the centre with a flowerhead within a geometric border, 36cms diameter; A Further Charger, decorated with a central bowl containing a flowering shrub, 31cms diameter; A Similar Cylindrical Vase, of tapering form, 15cms high. (3) £60-80
524.    Three Early XIX Century Chinese Porcelain Plates, painted in blue with fishermen and landscape scenes within flowering shrub borders, 23cms diameter; A Further Plate, painted with objects on a table, 27cms diameter; Another, famille verte floral plate, 21cms diameter. (5) £70-100
525.    A XIX Century Chinese Kraak Style Dish, of shaped circular form, painted in blue with a central bowl of flowers within a panelled border of objects and flowers, the reverse with circle and dash border, 30.5cms diameter. £300-500
526.    A Late XIX Century Japanese Bronze Jardiniére, of lobed globular form, cast with birds perched on flowering branches, 22cms high; A Pair of Similar Vases, decorated with an all-over floral and bird design and butterfly ring handles, 30cms high. (3) £60-80
527.    A Collection of Forty-Two Late XIX Century Chinese Mother of Pearl Gaming Counters, of fish, rectangular and circular form, all with elaborate inscribed decoration; A Paperknife, with pierced decoration. (43) £70-100
528.    A Chinese Pottery Tek Sing Cargo Dish, of circular form, painted in blue with the Lotus pattern, with certicate and sticker, 18cms diameter. £50-70
529.    A Late XIX Century Canton Porcelain Dish, of circular form with shaped outcurved rim, painted in multi-coloured enamels with flowers and butterflies against a celadon ground, 33cms diameter; Two Japanese Ivory Netsuke, carved as seated gentlemen, each holding a sack, 2cms and 3cms high. (3) £50-80
530.    Two Early XX Century Framed Japanese Woodblock Prints, including one after Hiroshige, the larger 35.5 x 23.5cms. £40-70
531.    An Early XIX Century Chinese Porcelain Bowl, of circular form, with out-curved rim, painted in blue with flowering shrubs within a honeycombed panelled border and floral rim, 38.5cms diameter. £100-150
532.    A Japanese Meiji Period Porcelain Charger, of circular form, decorated in the Imari palette with panels of exotic birds, flowers and baskets of fruit, highlighted in gilt, 37.5cms diameter. £50-80
533.    A XIX Century Chinese Porcelain Dish, painted in shades of blue and yellow with dragons, 28cms diameter; A Canton Famille Rose Octagonal Plate, painted with flowers (cracked), 23cms diameter; An Armorial Plate, 24cms diameter; A Further Bowl, decorated with dragons to the exterior and objects to the interior, 17cms diameter. (4) £40-60
534.    A Late XIX Century Japanese Satsuma Teapot and Cover, decorated with deities and dragons in a mountainous landscape, the handle and spout in the form of a dragon, character mark in gilt, 15cms high. £30-50
535.    A Chinese XVIII Century Shaped Circular Bowl, painted in blue with panels of flowers and objects, 21cms diameter; A Kraak Style Dish, painted with figures, 28cms diameter; A Pair of Chargers, a Soup Bowl and Three Plates. (8) £300-400
536.    A Pair of XIX Century Chinese Porcelain Salts, of shaped oval form, painted in blue with flowering shrubs, 4.5cms high; Three Chinese Saucers and Four Tea Bowls, painted in blue with birds and flowering shrubs. (9) £60-80
537.    A Late XIX Century Chinese Ivory Card Case, of rectangular form, elaborately carved with figures on balconies and garden settings within floral borders, central oval vacant cartouche, 11 x 7.5cms. £250-350
538.    A Late XIX Century Chinese Ivory Card Case and Cover, of rectangular form, elaborately carved with figures on terraces within shaped cartouche, the reverse similarly carved in a cross, 11 x 7cms. £200-300
539.    *WITHDRAWN* A Japanese Ivory Figure of a Fisherman, holding his net, 5cms high, (head restuck); A Japanese Netsuke, carved as a recumbent rat with black bead eyes, 3cms long . (2) £20-30
540.    A Late XIX Century Chinese Green Hardstone Bowl, carved as a lotus leaf, the foot as the flowering branch, 7cms diameter. £50-80
541.    A Chinese Porcelain Ducai Style Wine Cup, painted in the traditional palette with stylised naturalistic designs, spurious six character Yongzheng mark to the underside, modern, 8.6cms diameter, with lidded wood box. £60-100
544.    AFTER CECIL CHARLES WINDSOR ALDIN (1870-1935)
The King's Head, Chigwell, reproduction with overpainting, signed in pencil and with sketch portrait of Charles Dickens in the margin, Fine Art Trade Guild blindstamp,
44.5 x 34cms;
Three Others; from the same series, comprising The Angel, Woolhampton, The Golden Cross, Oxford and The Bell, Stilton (a set of four). (4) £120-180
545.    •AFTER LAURENCE STEPHEN LOWRY (1887-1976)
Station Approach, reproduction printed in colours, signed in pencil in the margin, Hibbert Brothers label verso,
42.5 x 51.5cms. £2000-2500
546.    •AFTER JULIAN TREVELYAN (1910-1988)
Harbour (SP.9), colour lithograph, from the School Prints series, pub. Baynard Press, signed and date (19)46 within the plate,
48 x 75cms. £100-150
547.    •AFTER LAURENCE STEPHEN LOWRY (1887-1976)
Fever Van, reproduction printed in colours, signed in pencil, Fine Art Trade Guild blind stamp, Headrow Gallery label verso,
44 x 53cms. £1500-2000
548.    •AFTER LAURENCE STEPHEN LOWRY (1887-1976)
Man Holding Child, reproduction printed in colours, signed in pencil, Fine Art Trade Guild blind stamp,
48.5 x 73cms. £1500-2000
549.    •AFTER LAURENCE STEPHEN LOWRY (1887-1976)
Sunday Afternoon, limited edition reproduction, printed in monochrome, signed and dated 1969 within the plate, numbered 67/75 and signed in pencil in the margin,
51 x 63.5cms. £2000-3000
550.    •AFTER RAYMOND JOHN COUTU (b.1924)
Dancer, artist's proof printed in colours, signed "Jack Coutu", titled and dated (19)63 in pencil in the margin,
63 x 50.5cms. £40-60
551.    WALTER RICHARD SICKERT (1860-1942)
"You'd Be Surprised", portrait of the singer Hylda Glyder at Shoreditch Olympia Music Hall, etching, signed in the plate and numbered 40/75 in ink in the margin,
31 x 12cms. £200-300
552.    JOHN SCOTT AFTER ABRAHAM COOPER (1787-1868)
Crib and Rosa, double portrait of Staffordshire Bull Terriers, engraving, pub. June 7th 1817,
37 x 41.5cms. £40-70
553.    AFTER WILLIAM LIONEL WYLLIE (1851-1931)
The Last Trickle of the Flood, etching, signed in pencil in the margin,
26 x 38cms. £70-100
554.    AFTER WILLIAM LIONEL WYLLIE (1851-1931)
Highway of the Nations, etching, signed in pencil on the plate,
30.5 x 48cms. £200-300
555.    AFTER WILLIAM LIONEL WYLLIE (1851-1931)
Waterloo Bridge and Somerset House from the South Bank, etching, signed in pencil in the margin,
21 x 37cms. £70-100
556.    AFTER WILLIAM LIONEL WYLLIE (1851-1931)
Westminster from the Thames, etching, signed in pencil in the margin,
20.5 x 25cms. £150-200
557.    AFTER WILLIAM LIONEL WYLLIE (1851-1931)
On the Scheldt, etching, signed in pencil in the margin,
14.2 x 31.2cms. £70-100
558.    •AFTER GERALD LESLIE BROCKHURST (1890-1978)
Elizabeth, etching, signed in pencil in the margin,
17 x 12cms. £60-100
559.    AFTER WILLIAM LIONEL WYLLIE (1851-1931)
The Fifth Battle Squadron, etching, signed in pencil in the margin,
11.5 x 38cms. £100-150
560.    AFTER WILLIAM LIONEL WYLLIE (1851-1931)
Porchester, etching, signed in pencil in the margin,
11 x 32cms. £80-120
561.    AFTER WILLIAM WALCOT (1874-1943)
The Clyde, drypoint etching, signed in pencil in the margin,
11 x 27.5cms. £100-150
562.    •AFTER STANLEY ANDERSON (1884-1966)
River Embankment, etching, signed and dated 1920 in the plate and signed in pencil in the margin,
24.5 x 35cms. £100-150
563.    AFTER WILLIAM HOLE
Scotia Regnum, engraved map, later hand-coloured,
26.5 x 32cms;
Another, After I. Harris, The Last Part and The West Part of the River Thames,
22 x 38cms. (2) £120-180
564.    •AFTER FRANK BRANGWYN (1867-1956)
The Lifeboat, lithograph, signed in pencil and numbered 139 in the margin,
56 x 68cms. £60-100
565.    •AFTER LAURENCE STEPHEN LOWRY (1887-1976)
Station Approach, reproduction printed in colours, signed in pencil in the margin, Fine Art Trade Guild blindstamp,
43 x 53cms. £1500-2000
569.    •ROWLAND HENRY HILL (1873-1952)
The Daffodil Woods, pencil and watercolour, signed and dated 1926 lower left,
26.3 x 36.4cms. £120-180
570.    •PAUL LUCIEN MAZE (1887-1979)
Pier Head and Moorings with Yacht, watercolour, signed lower left,
25 x 35cms. £250-350
571.    •GEORGE HAMMOND STEEL (1900-1960)
Estuary Scene with Beached Boats, watercolour on oatmeal paper, signed lower right,
23.5 x 33cms. £40-60
572.    •GEORGE BUTLER (1904-1999)
Evening, Ste. Victoire, pencil and watercolour, signed and dated 1966 lower right, inscribed lower left,
26.5 x 40cms. £30-50
573.    J.B. LEE (English School, Early XX Century)
Study of a House, with figures in the foreground crossing a stone bridge, watercolour, signed lower right,
23 x 28cms. £30-50
574.    •GEORGE HAMILTON CONSTANTINE (1878-1967) (Sheffield Artist)
Sandygate, watercolour, signed and inscribed lower right,
17.5 x 25cms. £150-250
575.    •GEORGE HAMILTON CONSTANTINE (1878-1967) (Sheffield Artist)
Carr Bridge, Mayfields, watercolour, signed and inscribed lower left,
36.5 x 23.5cms. £150-250
576.    C.M. Williams (British School, circa 1900)
A Scottish Fishing Village, watercolour, signed lower right,
34.5 x 52cms;
Another; similar, a pair. (2) £100-150
577.    •ASHLEY JACKSON (b.1940)
Industrial Skyline, watercolour sketch, signed lower left,
36 x 26.5cms. £30-50
578.    •JOSEPH APPLEYARD (1908-1960)
Portrait of a Bay Stallion with Terrier in a Loose Box, gouache, signed and dated (19)41 lower right,
31 x 39cms. £70-100
579.    •JOSEPH APPLEYARD (1908-1960)
Wollaton Hall, Nottingham, pen and ink and watercolour heightened with bodycolour, signed lower right,
38 x 51cms;
Another, watercolour, by the same hand,
35 x 39.5cms. (2) £50-80
580.    JOHN SKINNER PROUT (1806-1876)
The Chancel Screen, Chartres Cathedral, pencil and watercolour heightened with bodycolour, signed lower right and inscribed "Chartres Sept. 9th (18)61,
45.5 x 34cms. £50-80
581.    OCTAVIUS OAKLEY (1800-1867)
Gypsy Couple with Baby, watercolour, signed lower left,
34 x 28.5cms. £100-200
582.    KERSHAW SCHOFIELD (1872-1941)
Flowers in a Green Glass Vase, gouache, signed lower left,
40.5 x 27.5cms. £70-100
583.    FRANK SALTFLEET (1860-1937)
The Crags, Crosspool, Sheffield, watercolour, heightened with bodycolour, signed and dated 1884 lower right,
22 x 32cms. £70-100
584.    MELTON PRIOR (1845-1910)
"Washing and Testing the Tailines", a study of gold prospectors, pencil and grey wash, signed lower left, inscribed in pencil lower right,
18 x 21cms. £100-150
585.    JOHN GUTTERIDGE SYKES (1866-1941)
A Village Street, with children walking in the middle distance, watercolour, signed lower right,
22.5 x 34cms. £100-150
586.    •ROWLAND HENRY HILL (1873-1952)
A Moorland Scene, with horse and cart on a track, watercolour, signed lower left,
23 x 31cms. £150-200
587.    GATEA DELLA MANNOLINI (Italian School, Late XIX Century)
Peasant Musicians and Dancers, with onlookers, in a landscape, watercolour, indistinctly signed lower right,
14 x 24cms. £40-70
588.    EDWARD HARGITT (1835-1895)
River Scene, with a barge drawn by a horse and watering cattle, watercolour heightened with bodycolour, signed with initials and dated (18)92 lower left,
34.5 x 50.5cms. £70-100
589.    •DANY (Continental School, Late XX Century)
Study of a Nude Woman, pastel, signed lower right,
46 x 31cms. £60-100
590.    ATTRIBUTED TO ANTHONY VANDYKE COPLEY FIELDING (1787-1855)
Derwentwater and Bassenthwaite from Top of Lodore Falls, watercolour heightened with bodycolour and scratching out,
51 x 72cms. £200-300
594.    ENGLISH SCHOOL (Early XX Century)
Motor Boats for Hire, oil sketch on canvas, laid on panel, inscribed "Newlyn" verso,
24.2 x 30.7cms. £40-60
595.    •HENRY G. HOYLAND (1894-1948)
An Extensive Landscape, with a seaside town in the distance, oil on canvas, signed lower left,
51 x 61.5cms. £250-350
596.    *REGINALD GRANGE BRUNDRIT (1883-1960)
"Morning Haze", river landscape in the Yorkshire Dales, oil on canvas, signed lower right, titled on a label verso,
77 x 102cms, carved giltwood frame. £500-800
597.    HENRY BALDWIN (British School, Late XIX/Early XX Century)
Rural Landscape with Cottage, oil on canvas, signed lower right,
25.5 x 40.5cms;
Another, a pair, Lakeland Landscape. (2) £100-150
598.    S.E. HOGLEY (British School, Late XIX Century)
"The Woodland Path", oil on canvas, signed , titled and dated 1889 on the stretcher verso,
41 x 66cms. £100-150
599.    KERSHAW SCHOFIELD (1872-1941)
Extensive Water Meadows Landscape, oil on board, signed lower right,
51 x 69cms. £250-350
600.    WALTER LINSLEY MEEGAN (1859-1944)
Rural Landscape with Cottages, oil on canvas, signed lower right,
25.5 x 35.5cms.
£80-120
601.    M.E.D. O'BREE
Panoramic Coastal Scene, with figures in a boat and cattle in the foreground, oil on canvas, signed lower left and dated (18)79 and signed verso,
35.5 x 64cms. £50-80
602.    BRITISH SCHOOL (Late XIX Century)
A Winter Scene, with farmstead and figure in a horse-drawn cart, oil on canvas laid down,
37 x 51.5cms. £50-80
603.    DAVID PAYNE (c.1843/44-1891)
Church Interior, oil on canvas, signed lower right,
30.5 x 51cms, gilt plaster frame. £150-200
604.    G. WRIGHT (British School, Early XX Century)
An Extensive Rural Landscape at Sunset, a cart and driven sheep on a track, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1914 lower right,
61 x 91.5cms, gilt plaster frame. £400-600
605.    A.J. WOODCOCK (British School, XIX Century)
Portrait of a Lady, seated in an armchair, three-quarter length, wearing a lace-trimmed black dress and lace cap, a draped window behind, oil on canvas, signed lower right,
35.5 x 28.5cms, gilt plaster frame. £70-100
606.    MARK WILLIAM LANGLOIS (1848-1924)
The Waiting Maid, oil on panel, signed lower left,
23.5 x 30cms, gilt plaster frame;
Another, The Politician, by the same hand, a pair. (2) £250-350
607.    JOHN KNOX (1778-1845)
Ullswater, morning before sunrise, oil on board, inscribed on a label verso,
13 x 28cms, gilt plaster frame. £300-500
608.    CHARLES LEADER (British School, XIX / XX Century)
A Peaceful River Landscape, with a figure in a punt and a seated couple on the far bank, oil on canvas, signed lower right,
56.5 x 91cms, gilt plaster frame. £300-500
609.    E. KINZETT (British School, Early XX Century)
Thatched Cottages beside a Country Lane, oil on canvas, signed lower right and dated 1916,
46 x 61.5cms, gilt plaster frame. £80-120
610.    CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, (XIX Century)
Head of a Sleeping Boy, oil on tin,
23 x 19cms. £60-100
611.    JAN VANDERCAR (Continental School, XIX Century)
The Smugglers, oil on canvas laid on board, signed lower left,
50.5 x 61cms, gilt plaster frame. £250-350
612.    ENGLISH SCHOOL (XIX Century)
Lakeland Landscape, oil on canvas, framed tondo,
19.5cms diameter, gilt plaster frame. £100-150
613.    W.H. WHEELER (English School, Mid XIX Century)
Rest from the Ploughing, oil on canvas, signed lower right,
70 x 89.5cms. £300-500
614.    •JOAN KATHLEEN HARDING EARDLEY (1921-1963)
Seascape, Catterline, oil on board, signed lower right edge,
13.5 x 42cms.
*Provenance: The Artist's Family.
With Cyril Gerber Fine Art, Glasgow, his label verso. £3000-5000
615.    •JULES ROTSAERT (1910-1968)
Avenue of Trees with Cattle Grazing, oil on canvas, signed lower right,
55.5 x 50.5cms. £200-300
616.    •JULES ROTSAERT (1910-1968)
Abstract Landscape, oil on canvas, signed lower left,
56 x 73.5cms. £100-150
617.    CONTINENTAL SCHOOL (XIX Century, in the Manner of Claude Le Lorrain 1600-1682)
A Mediterranean Seaport, oil on canvas,
23.5 x 29.5cms, Florentine frame;
Another, a pair. (2) £300-500
618.    •ANN ORAM (b.1956)
Christ Enshrined, oil on canvas, signed and dated (19)92 lower right,
53 x 31cms;
Two Further Smaller Religious Subjects Forming a Triptych,
depicting a saint and the madonna, each,
46 x 23.5cms, identically framed. (3) £100-150
619.    ENGLISH NAIVE SCHOOL (XIX Century)
Portrait of a Staffordshire Bull Terrier Bitch, oil on board,
15.5 x 20cms. £80-120
620.    ENGLISH SCHOOL (XIX Century)
Portrait of a Staffordshire Bull Terrier in a Stable, oil on oak panel,
27 x 21.5cms. £100-150
621.    •*FELIX FABIAN (British School, Late XX Century)
"Studio", artist and model, oil on canvas, signed, titled, inscribed "London" and dated 1974 verso,
127 x 101.5cms. £60-100
622.    FOLLOWER OF THOMAS WILLEBOIRTS BOSSCHAERT (1613-1654)
Cupid and Psyche, oil on oak panel,
36 x 49cms. £300-500
623.    MANNER OF ALFRED EAST (1849-1913)
A Rural Landscape with Farm Buildings, oil on canvas,
23 x 34cms. £60-100
624.    •F.J. (JACK) SAVAGE (1910-2003)
Looking Towards Blackshore, oil on board, titled verso,
35.5 x 45.5cms. £40-70
628.    Henderson's (Sheffield) Ltd., maker's of the iconic Yorkshire relish, have produced a limited edition bottle to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the World Snooker Championship at the Crucible Sheffield. To mark this occasion many of World Snooker's top 16 ranked players at the start of the 2017 tournament have signed an individual bottle, to be sold at auction and all the proceeds will be donated to The Children's Hospital Charity's "SPECT CT" appeal.

Limited Edition Bottle of Henderson's Relish Signed by Kyren Wilson, produced to celebrate 40 years of World Snooker at the Crucible Sheffield with proceeds going the Sheffield Children's Hospital. Including accompanying photograph.
* No buyers premium is payable on this Lot.
629.    Limited Edition Bottle of Henderson's Relish Signed by Anthony McGill, produced to celebrate 40 years of World Snooker at the Crucible Sheffield with proceeds going the Sheffield Children's Hospital. Including accompanying photograph.
* No buyers premium is payable on this Lot.
631.    Limited Edition Bottle of Henderson's Relish Signed by Judd Trump, produced to celebrate 40 years of World Snooker at the Crucible Sheffield with proceeds going the Sheffield Children's Hospital. Including accompanying photograph.
* No buyers premium is payable on this Lot.
632.    Limited Edition Bottle of Henderson's Relish Signed by Ding Junhui, produced to celebrate 40 years of World Snooker at the Crucible Sheffield with proceeds going the Sheffield Children's Hospital. Including accompanying photograph.
* No buyers premium is payable on this Lot.
633.    Limited Edition Bottle of Henderson's Relish Signed by Stuart Bingham produced to celebrate 40 years of World Snooker at the Crucible Sheffield with proceeds going the Sheffield Children's Hospital. Including accompanying photograph.
* No buyers premium is payable on this Lot.
634.    Limited Edition Bottle of Henderson's Relish Signed by Mark Allen, produced to celebrate 40 years of World Snooker at the Crucible Sheffield with proceeds going the Sheffield Children's Hospital. Including accompanying photograph.
* No buyers premium is payable on this Lot.
635.    Limited Edition Bottle of Henderson's Relish Signed by Ryan Day produced to celebrate 40 years of World Snooker at the Crucible Sheffield with proceeds going the Sheffield Children's Hospital. Including accompanying photograph.
* No buyers premium is payable on this Lot.
636.    Limited Edition Bottle of Henderson's Relish Signed by Barry Hawkins, produced to celebrate 40 years of World Snooker at the Crucible Sheffield with proceeds going the Sheffield Children's Hospital. Including accompanying photograph.
* No buyers premium is payable on this Lot.
637.    Limited Edition Bottle of Henderson's Relish Signed by Mark Selby, produced to celebrate 40 years of World Snooker at the Crucible Sheffield with proceeds going the Sheffield Children's Hospital. Including accompanying photograph.
* No buyers premium is payable on this Lot.
638.    Limited Edition Bottle of Henderson's Relish Signed by Neil Robertson, produced to celebrate 40 years of World Snooker at the Crucible Sheffield with proceeds going the Sheffield Children's Hospital. Including accompanying photograph.
* No buyers premium is payable on this Lot.
639.    Limited Edition Bottle of Henderson's Relish Signed by Shaun Murphy, produced to celebrate 40 years of World Snooker at the Crucible Sheffield with proceeds going the Sheffield Children's Hospital. Including accompanying photograph.
* No buyers premium is payable on this Lot.
640.    Limited Edition Bottle of Henderson's Relish Signed by Allister Carter, produced to celebrate 40 years of World Snooker at the Crucible Sheffield with proceeds going the Sheffield Children's Hospital. Including accompanying photograph.
* No buyers premium is payable on this Lot.
641.    Limited Edition Bottle of Henderson's Relish Signed by Marco Fu, produced to celebrate 40 years of World Snooker at the Crucible Sheffield with proceeds going the Sheffield Children's Hospital. Including accompanying photograph.
* No buyers premium is payable on this Lot.
642.    Limited Edition Bottle of Henderson's Relish Signed by John Higgins, produced to celebrate 40 years of World Snooker at the Crucible Sheffield with proceeds going the Sheffield Children's Hospital. Including accompanying photograph.
* No buyers premium is payable on this Lot.
644.    Limited Edition Bottle of Henderson's Relish Signed by John Virgo, produced to celebrate 40 years of World Snooker at the Crucible Sheffield with proceeds going the Sheffield Children's Hospital.
* No buyers premium is payable on this Lot.
645.    Limited Edition Bottle of Henderson's Relish Signed by Willie Thorne, produced to celebrate 40 years of World Snooker at the Crucible Sheffield with proceeds going the Sheffield Children's Hospital.
* No buyers premium is payable on this Lot.
646.    Limited Edition Bottle of Henderson's Relish Signed by Terry Griffiths, produced to celebrate 40 years of World Snooker at the Crucible Sheffield with proceeds going the Sheffield Children's Hospital.
* No buyers premium is payable on this Lot.
646A.   Limited Edition Bottle of Henderson's Relish Signed by Ken Doherty, produced to celebrate 40 years of World Snooker at the Crucible Sheffield with proceeds going the Sheffield Children's Hospital.
* No buyers premium is payable on this Lot.
646B.   Limited Edition Bottle of Henderson's Relish Signed by Peter Ebdon, produced to celebrate 40 years of World Snooker at the Crucible Sheffield with proceeds going the Sheffield Children's Hospital.
* No buyers premium is payable on this Lot.
646C.   Limited Edition Bottle of Henderson's Relish Signed by John Parrott, produced to celebrate 40 years of World Snooker at the Crucible Sheffield with proceeds going the Sheffield Children's Hospital.
* No buyers premium is payable on this Lot.
646D.   Limited Edition Bottle of Henderson's Relish Signed by Dennis Taylor, produced to celebrate 40 years of World Snooker at the Crucible Sheffield with proceeds going the Sheffield Children's Hospital.
* No buyers premium is payable on this Lot.
646E.   Limited Edition Bottle of Henderson's Relish Signed by Stephen Hendry, produced to celebrate 40 years of World Snooker at the Crucible Sheffield with proceeds going the Sheffield Children's Hospital.
* No buyers premium is payable on this Lot.
646F.   Limited Edition Bottle of Henderson's Relish Signed by Steve Davis, produced to celebrate 40 years of World Snooker at the Crucible Sheffield with proceeds going the Sheffield Children's Hospital.
* No buyers premium is payable on this Lot.
647.    A Robert "Mouseman" Thompson Ashtray, of rectangular form, with carved mouse signature, 10.5cms long; A Robert "Mouseman" Thompson Breadboard, of canted rectangular form, 30cms long. (2) £90-120
648.    A Victorian Three Tier Circular Section Turned Wood Spice Tower, bearing labels for cinnamon, ginger and all-spice, screw off cover, 14.5cms high. £40-60
649.    A Pair of Victorian Carved Pine Wall Masks, painted and gilt, now largely stripped, 23.5cms high. £50-80
650.    A Victorian Rosewood Ladies Dressing Case, of oblong form, with vacant mother of pearl inset plaque to the hinged lid and conforming escutcheon to the frieze, internally fitted with lift-out tray, assorted glass accessories with plated covers and manicure items, a "concealed" drawer to the base, 30cms wide. £100-150
651.    A XIX Century Indian Hardwood Sewing Box, of two handled oblong form, bone-inlaid with floral tendrils, internally with fitted lift-out tray, 34.5cms wide overall; Two Items of Ephemera, pertaining to Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee. (3) £50-80
652.    A XIX Century Turned Sycamore Butter Bowl, 37cms diameter; An Oak Baking Paddle, 39cms overall. (2) £50-80
653.    A XX Century Indian Bone and Coin Inlaid Hardwood Window Frame, 60 x 55cms overall. £60-80
654.    A Late Victorian Figured Walnut Jewellery Casket, the hinged lid enclosing a quilted, fabric lined and fitted interior, the base enclosed by two bevelled glass frieze doors, fitted with two small drawers, 21cms wide, with key. £40-70
655.    A Victorian Mahogany Churchwarden Pipe Rack, with nine churchwarden clay pipes, the rack 67cms high, 33cms wide. £120-180
656.    A Victorian Stained Pine Hooded Dolls Cradle, on boat rockers, 57cms long. £25-40
657.    A XIX Century Oak and Fruitwood Spinning Wheel, with spindle turned spokes on turned supports, fruitwood wool winder (lacking foot treadle), 115cms high. £50-100
658.    Robert "Mouseman" Thompson Book Trough, carved with mouse signature, 45cms wide. £120-180
660.    Hugh Wallis (1873-1941); An Arts & Crafts Oval Patinated Copper Tray, of planished finish, detailed to the centre with floral sprigs, stamped monogram, 55cms diameter. £60-80
661.    A Mid XX Century Large Indo-Persian Circular Brass Tray, with engraved geometric decoration, 96cms diameter. £50-100
662.    A Collection of Twenty-One Items Late XIX / Early XX Century Continental Pewter, including plates, jugs and measures; A Late XIX Century French Pottery Bowl, 19.7cms diameter (damages). £100-150
663.    Stan Shaw Sheffield; Eleven Tool Exhibition Folding Pocket Knife, workback to blades and springs, engraved nickel bolsters, gold-lipped mother of pearl scales, 9.7cms long, closed. £500-700
664.    Stan Shaw Sheffield; Two Blade Sunfish Folding Pocket Knife, workback to blades and springs, engraved nickel bolsters, lignum vitae scales, 10.9cms long, closed. £200-300
665.    G. Ibberson Sheffield; Three Blade Sowbelly Folding Pocket Knife, workback to blades and springs, mother of pearl scales, 9.6cms long, closed.
*Note: Liner stamped SS-73 indicating that it was made by Stan Shaw in 1973. £150-200
666.    Stan Shaw Sheffield; Fish Tail Folding Pocket Knife, with two blades and a corkscrew, workback to blades and springs, engraved nickel bolsters, buffalo horn scales, loop suspension, 16.8cms long, closed. £300-400
667.    Stan Shaw Sheffield; Five Blade Folding Pocket Knife, including a Wharncliffe blade, workback to blades and springs, engraved nickel bolsters, gold-tipped mother of pearl scales, 9.6cms long, closed. £300-400
668.    Rodgers Sheffield; For Abercrombie and Fitch Co., New York, Four Tool Folding Fishing Knife, containing scissors, knife blade, corkscrew and spring balance, chequered horn scales, hinged loop suspension, 12.1cms long overall, closed. £200-300
669.    John Nowill & Sons Ltd., Sheffield, Hunting Knife, with antler horn scales, leather sheath; A Colt, Sheffield, Hunting Knife, with hardwood grip, leather sheath; An Underwood & Co., 56 Haymarket Bowie Knife, with shaped crossguard, antler horn grip and floral-embossed, plated pommel and tine, leather sheath. (3) £60-100
670.    A Sheffield Twelve Blade Folding Pocket Knife, each blade stamped, "Warranted Cast Steel, Sheffield", nickel and mother of pearl scales, 8.9cms long, closed. £50-80
671.    Stan Shaw Sheffield; A Two Blade Folding Pocket Knife, with horn scales and nickel mounts, 8.4cms long; Another, two blade example, with stag horn scales, 8.3cms long, closed. (2) £100-150
672.    Spiers and Son, Oxford, Three Piece Campaign Folding Cutlery Set, comprising knife, combination fork and corkscrew and spoon, ivorine scales. £30-50
673.    Witness, Sheffield, Four Tool Folding Pocket Knife, containing two blades, corkscrew and hoof pick, jigged stag horn scales, hinged loop suspension; A John Watts, Sheffield, Two Blade, "Kings and Queens" Folding Pocket Knife; An Underwood, Bradford "Corn Knife", ivory scales; A G. Ibberson & Co., Sheffield, Two Blade Folding Pocket Knife, silver scales, Sheffield 1943; A Swedish Barrel Knife. (5) £60-100
674.    An Arts & Crafts Copper Jardiniére, the globular body with pierced stylised foliate panels within a wavy rim, 25cms high. £20-30
675.    Pierre Le Faguays (1892-1962); A Circa 1930's French Bronze Circular Plaque, depicting Venus amongst two mermaids and seahorses against a green ground, the reverse with three short feet and hanging ring, signed P. Le Faguays, impressed "Made in France", 38.5cms diameter. £400-600
676.    A Pair of Late Victorian Cast Gilt and Brass Candlesticks, each with a leaf wrapped nozzle, detachable sconce, naturalistic pillar, on a shaped triangular base mounted with three swans, bun feet, 17.5cms high. £40-70
677.    A Victorian Toleware Cylindrical Tea Cannister, by H. Fereday & Sons, London, lift-off cover, enamelled and gilt banded decoration and numbered "1", 44cms high. £80-120
678.    A Late XIX Century Cast Bronze Putto Figural Centrepiece, with heavily ornamented shaped circular base (dissembled, top lacking), 46.5cms high overall. £100-150
679.    An Early XIX Century Staffordshire Enamel Oval Patch Box, the lid titled, "Trifles shew Respect", fitted with a mirror to the underside (damages), 4.2cms wide; A XIX Century Continental Porcelain Cachou Box, of rococo form, painted and gilt to the lid with an amorous couple in a landscape, painted blue underglaze mark to the base, 5.1cms wide. (2) £80-120
680.    A XIX Century Tideswell (Derbyshire) Town Criers Bell, with ash handle, 34cms high.
Provenance; The bell was used by Joseph Dale, town crier prior to 1920 to 1942. £50-100
682.    An Early XX Century Ivory Model of a Gentleman Riding a Camel, rectangular base, 8.5cms high; An African Ivory Shoe Horn, with elephant surmount; A Bone Snuff Box. (3) £20-40
683.    FOLLOWER OF ANDREW PLIMER (1765-1837)
Portrait of a Lady, believed to be Elizabeth Burrell, Duchess of Hamilton, oval miniature on ivory, 7.1 x 5.8cms, black papier mache frame, with gilt brass floral embossed and ring suspension. £150-200
684.    MANNER OF JOHN HOPPNER (1758-1810)
Portrait of a Lady, believed to be Elizabeth, Countess of Mexborough, miniature on ivory framed oval, 9.5 x 7cms, now in Union case. £70-100
685.    Assorted Collectables, comprising a XIX Century small tortoiseshell rectangular box, turned ivory feet, 5.2cms wide; a union-type Daguerreotype (case only) 7.6cms high; a Japanese carved wood netsuke, and a French brass vesta case, the cover enamelled with a coquettish girl in a state of undress. (4) £100-150
686.    An Early Victorian Tortoiseshell Veneered Mother of Pearl Inlaid and Ivory Mounted Card Case, of rectangular form, the hinged cover inset vacant nickel silver panel, 7.9cms wide. £50-80
687.    A Mid XIX Century Miniature Model of a Mandolin, of typical form, inset with tortoiseshell, bone and mother of pearl, 13cms long. £20-30
688.    A Mid XIX Century Turned and Red Stained Bone Chess Set, (some damages), the kings 11cms high; Another, early XIX Century finely-turned ebony and bone example (some damages), the kings 8cms high. £150-250
689.    An Early XX Century Indian Tortoiseshell Veneered and Ivory Mounted Box, of rectangular form, the interior velvet lined, four lion paw feet, 21.5cms wide. £30-50
690.    A Collection of Roman Bronze and Other Artefacts and Antiquities, including jewellery fragments, pins, pottery shards, flint scrapers etc., mostly contained in a small four drawer filing chest.
Provenance: These were formerly the property of Arthur Leslie Hill who traded as "Artefacts" and for a time, during the second half of the XX Century had an antique shop on Bolsover Street, Sheffield. £400-700
691.    A Victorian Ashford Marble and Brass Framed Triptych Photograph Frame, with two hinged wings, strut support to the rear, 19cms high. £60-100
692.    An Enamelled Oval Portrait Miniature, possibly depicting George Frederick Handel, 3.8 x 3.1cms; A Copper Medal to Charles James Fox (1749-1806), by J. G. Hancock, bust turned right, rev. legend within wreath, 53mm, within engraved memorial ring frame with loop suspension. (2) £70-100
693.    An Early XIX Century Scottish Horn Snuff Mull, the hinged cover inset white metal plaque inscribed "John". £70-100
694.    An Early XIX Century Scottish Horn Snuff Mull, the cover with white metal hinge of thistle form. £60-80
695.    A Late XIX Century Meerschaum Pipe, carved as a hand holding the bowl, plated collar mount, amber mouthpiece, original fitted case stamped, "S. Weingott, 72 Fleet Street, London". £25-40
696.    A XIX Century Ebony Desk Seal, with turned handle, inset carnelian intaglio, 8.5cms; A Regency Monocular Eyeglass, of rounded rectangular form, ropetwist frame and conforming swivel handle; A XIX Century Brass Collar-Fitting Fishing Winch, the crank winding arm with turned bone handle, the reel 4.4cms diameter. (3) £100-150
697.    An Early XIX Century Circular Love Token, painted in perspective with a naval engagement, the lower section on ivory, all within a verre églomise border, the reverse mounted with a needlework basket of flowers within a floral border, originally hinged as a box cover, now with wire loop suspension, 4.7cms diameter; A Sterling Silver and Floral Guilloche Enamel Scent Flask Holder, ring suspension, 2.8cms high. (2) £100-150
701.    A Pair of Victorian Woolwork Pictures, depicting, respectively, a landscape with figures beside a stream at a crossroads, and a farmstead with figures, each 49 x 64cms, gilt plaster frames. £300-400
702.    An Indian Carpet in the Persian Manner, the central wine red field, with a shaped floral medallion, conforming spandrels, within a broad floral border, foliate patterned inner guard and Vitruvian scroll outer guard, 292 x 217cms. £100-150
703.    An Indian Rug in the Persian Manner, the salmon pink field with central shaped blue medallion, the dark blue border with alternating diamond and stylised herati designs between foliate patterned ivory guards, 176 x 122cms. £30-50
704.    A Machine Woven Rug in the Persian Style, the gold field with an allover design of flowers and foliage, the ivory guard with herarti designs between twin guards with stylised serrated leaf designs, 148 x 142cms. £30-50
705.    A KashanStyle Rug, the wine red field with central medallion bordered by scrolling plant forms, the herati decorated border between twin floral guards, 222 x 127cms. £300-500
706.    A Chinese Mercerised Cotton Rug, the ivory field with birds on a flowering tree, sage green border, 92 x 48cms; An Indian Rug, the dark blue field with an allover floral and foliate design, the floral border between twin narrow guards, 100 x 60.5cms. (2) £70-100
707.    A Kashmir Style Part Silk Rug, the wine red field with central floral medallion, the herati-patterned border between twin narrow guards, 89 x 62cms. £40-70
708.    A Pair of Late XIX Century Wirework Embroidered Pictures, worked with exotic birds perched on flowering branches against dark green silk grounds, 43 x 46cms, gilt plaster frames £50-80
709.    A Victorian Needlework Sampler, by S. Pulvermacher, Liverpool, July 1878, unusually worked with Yiddish script bands in addition to alphabets, numerals and pictorial devices, 22.5 x 18cms. £40-60
710.    An Early XX Century Continental Silk and Gilt Thread Bordered Table Cover, 111 x 94cms; A Further Turkish Example, 51.5 x 48.5cms, both framed and glazed. (2) £60-100
711.    An Early XX Century Gros and Petit Point Needlework Panel, centrally with an oval mythological scene within a floral swagged and ribboned border, further decorated with putti, butterflies and other devices, all on a fawn ground, 70 x 195cms. £40-70
712.    A George III Needlework Sampler, by Mary Foulston, aged 11 years, 1792, worked with pictorial devices comprising vases of flowers and with a psalm text, all within a meandering floral border, 40 x 29cms. £40-70
713.    A Regency Woven and Gilt Beaded Stocking Purse, with gilt beaded, tasseled pendant, the Greek key decorated hallmarked silver clip frame, AJS, possibly London 1808. £100-150
714.    A George III Silk and Micro-Beadwork Note Case, of rectangular form, worked with panels of flowers and billets doux within floral borders, 12cms wide.
Footnote: A handwritten note accompanying this item states "This note-case was worked by Princess Augusta (George III's daughter). £150-200
715.    A George III Silk and Micro-Beadwork Needle Case, of heart shape, worked with love birds and baskets of flowers, the interior needle case fitting with ribbon bow suspension, approximately 10cms overall.
Footnote: A Handwritten label attached to this item is inscribed "Worked in tiny Venetian beads by Lady Beverley for her sister, The Duchess of Northumberland, about 1790-1800. £80-120
716.    A Pair of Mid XIX Century Woolwork Panels, worked with floral sprays within foliate borders, mahogany frames and glazed, 46 x 44cms. (2) £80-120
718.    A Pair of Late XIX Century Oil Lamps, (lacking chimneys and shades) the white opaque glass extended bodies decorated with portraits of Napoleon and Josephine within blue bands, raised on ornately moulded brass footed bases, 55cms high. £100-150
719.    A Pair of Early XX Century Continental Cold Painted Bronze Candlestick Lamps, each with twin cast stag heads to the spreading scroll base, the drip trays with suspended lustres to the border, fitted for electricity, the bases 20cms high excluding electrical fittings, with beaded shades. £100-150
720.    A Pair of Late XX Century Two Tier Glass Chandeliers, the eight branch upper section each hung with flower and diamond shaped drops and flowerhead lines, within a shaped cut central column and brass fitting, damages and lacking one arm, 63cms long. £50-100
721.    A Pair of Late XX Century Two Tier Glass Chandeliers, the eight branch upper section each hung with flower and diamond shaped drops and flowerhead lines, within a shaped cut central column and brass fitting, damages, 63cms long. £50-100
722.    An Edwardian Brass Adjustable Standard Lamp, converted to electricity, the part-fluted circular section upper part on a fluted and leaf-wrapped square section base, disc feet, extended height 190cms excluding electrical fitting and shade. £80-120
724.    A Lafleur Brass Cornet, with mother of pearl inset valves, engraved number 01552s? Lafleur, imported by Boosey & Hawkes, London, 36cms long. £30-50
725.    An Early Victorian Timbres Lever-Wind Musical Box, the 131/4 in cylinder playing eight airs, the frame numbered 745, the part tune sheet affixed to the lid underside similarly numbered, rosewood and brass inlaid case (damages), 57.5cms wide. £100-150
726.    A Late XIX Century Violin, the two piece back, length 141/8in, engraved purfling, carved lion head scroll, with two nickel-mounted bows, rosewood coffin case. £40-70
727.    A Violin, the one-piece back, length 141/8in, inlaid purfling, rosewood pegs, with nickel-mounted bow, fitted case (violin re-polished and restored). £60-100
728.    An Early XX Century Edison Gem Phonograph, serial no. 275427, gilt lined black enamel case, model C reproducer, replacement witches hat horn, oak cover and base, with three wax cylinders. £100-150
729.    A Late XIX Century Violin, the one-piece back, length 141/8in, inlaid with ornamental stringing, the table conforming, internally with Stradivarius replica label, carved lion head scroll, with nickel-mounted bow, fitted case. £60-100
730.    A Late XIX Century Hawkes & Son Rosewood Piccolo, leather-covered, fitted case; A Modern Just Musical Student Flute, apparently unused, in original case. (2) £30-50
731.    An Early XX Century Hawkes & Son "Senorous Class" Rosewood Clarinet, No. 4164, leather case; A Maelzel Rosewood Case Metronome. (2) £25-40
732.    A Modern B & M "Champion" Brass Trumpet, original fitted case; A Boosey & Hawkes Ltd., "Regent" Brass Trumpet. (2) £40-60
734.    A Late Victorian Brass Monocular Students Microscope, simple focus, ancillary bullseye lens, pitchfork base, containing various objectives, lenses and other accessories. £100-150
735.    A XIX Century Mahogany Four Dial Banjo Barometer, the circular dial bearing Bernesconi, Sheffield, with swan neck pediment, hydrometer and temperature dials and level, 112cms high. £50-100
736.    An Early XX Century Lacquered Brass Goniometer, by P. Stoe, Heidelberg, on a black enamelled tripod base (parts lacking), 34.5cms high overall. £70-100
737.    A Brass Miner's Dial, by J. Casartelli, Manchester, incorporating XIX Century parts, but principally XX Century, the dial 12.5cms diameter, fitted wood Casartelli case. £60-100
738.    A Late XIX Century Brass Students Monocular Microscope, by E. Hartnach & A. Prazmouski, Rue Bonaparte 1, Paris, simple focus, ancillary lens fitting (lens lacking), pitchfork base, in fitted mahogany case containing various lenses, objectives and accessories. £60-100
739.    Three Early XX Century W & A.K. Johnston's Anatomy and Physiology Wall Charts, plate four 'Heart and Arteries', plate five 'Veins and Lungs' and plate six 'Organs of Digestion', by Dr. William Turner, Professor of Anatomy, University of Edinburgh, some discolouration commensurate with age, otherwise nice and bright. £80-120
741.    'The Blue Star Line', a Mappin & Webb Prince's Plate milk/hot chocolate pourer, with cover. £50-80
742.    Cunard White Star Line Ephemera: Passenger List for R.M.S. Queen Mary, July 23rd 1948 to Europe, luggage label, postcard, 'Today's Programmes' dated Sunday July 25th 1948, and a quantity of menu's including R.M.S. Queen Mary (Sunday June 27th and July 25th 1948), Cunard White Star R.M.S. Queen Elizabeth (August 24th 1948), notepaper etc. £60-100
743.    The following sixteen lots are a significant single owner collection of late XIX to mid XX Century picture postcards chronicling the history of many of the worlds naval and shipping lines and includes early chromo-lithographic, Real Photo and advertorial cards, many of the postcards are of the more obscure lines and are worthy of closer inspection.

Over Three Hundred Postcards, fastidiously alphabetically arranged A - B by shipping companies, liners, ferries and freighters, including Aberdeen Line, Adelaide Steamship Co., Adria Co., Allan Line, America Line, Atlantic Transport, Barron S.N. Co., Bessemer, Bibby Line, Blue Funnel Line including Norman Wilkinson card, Blue Star and Booth Line, many well known artists and all carefully annotated. £200-400
744.    Over Three Hundred and Fifty Postcards, fastidiously alphabetically arranged B - C by shipping companies, liners, ferries and freighters, including British & Irish Line, British India, British Railways, Brocklebank, Canadian pacific including Empress of Canada sunk in Gladstone Dock, Liverpool, City of Dublin S.P. Co., including R.M.S. Leinster advertorial card 1891, Clyde Shipping Co., Coast Lines and C.I.A. Colonial, many well known artists and all carefully annotated. £200-400
745.    Over Three Hundred Postcards, fastidiously alphabetically arranged C - F by shipping companies, liners, ferries and freighter including Colwyn Bay & Liverpool Steamship Co., Weymouth B & S. Sp., Cosulich Line, Detroit and Cleveland, Duetsche Ost Africa Line, Dominion Line, Donaldson, Dublin & Silloth Line, East Asiatic Line, Egyptian Mail, Ellermans, in various guises, Fabre Line, Federal S.N. Co., Finland Line and superb French Line, many well known artists and all carefully annotated. £200-400
746.    Over Three Hundred and Thirty Postcards, fastidiously alphabetically arranged F - H by shipping companies, liners, ferries and freighters including Furness Lines, with railway cards, Fyffes, General Steam Co., Glasgow and S.W. Railway, Glen Line, S.S. Great Britain, Great Central Railway, Great Eastern Railway, Great Western Railway, Guinea Gulf, some lovely Hamburg American including sinking of Koenigin Luise, and S.S. Imperator advert card, Hamburg South America, Harrison Line, Henderson Line, Holland America and Home Lines, many well known artists and all carefully annotated. £200-400
747.    Over Three Hundred and Thirty Postcards, fastidiously alphabetically arranged H - M by shipping companies, liners, ferries and freighter including Houlder Lines, Hudson River Day Line, Imperial Direct West India including advertorial cards, Inman Steamship Company, Italian Line including Transatlantic, Jamaica Merchant, Khedivial Mail Line, a good number of Lamport and Holt Line including interiors, Lancs & Yorks Railway, Leyland Line, Lifeboats, Liverpool and N.W. Steamship Co. including lovely 1891 S.S.St Tudno card, Lloyd Austriaca, Triestino, L.M.S. Railway, L.N.E.R., Lunds Blue Anchor Line, Messagieres Maritimes and Midland Railway, many well know artists and all carefully annotated. £200-400
748.    Over Three Hundred and Thirty Postcards, fastidiously alphabetically arranged M - O by shipping companies, liners, ferries and freighters, including Navigation Mixte, Natal Line, Navigation General Italiana, Nederland Line, Nelson Line, New Zealand Shipping Co., including Rangitata, beautiful N.Y.K. Lines (Japan), Kaiser Willhelm Der Crosse, Nordduetscher Lloyd, Norwegian America, Orient Line and Ostend-Dover Line, many well known artists, and all carefully annotated. £200-400
749.    Over Two Hundred and Eighty Postcards, fastidiously alphabetically arranged O - R by shipping companies, liners, ferries and freighters, including Pacific Mail, Pacific Steam Navigation Co., Palm Line, P & O, Red Star Line and Rotterdam Lloyd, many well known artists and all carefully annotated. £200-400
750.    Over Three Hundred Postcards, fastidiously alphabetically arranged R - S by shipping companies, liners, ferries and freighters, including Royal Holland Line, Royal Mail Steam Packet in quantity, Royal Netherlands, World Royal Yachts, Scandinavian America, Shaw Savill, many South Eastern and Chatham Railway and Swedish American, many well known artists and all carefully annotated. £200-400
751.    Over Three Hundred and Thirty Postcards, fastidiously alphabetically arranged T - Z, by shipping companies, liners, ferries and freighters, including Townsend Thoreson, Toyo, Turbine Steamers, Tyne Tees Steam Ship Co., Union Steam Ship Co., N.Z. (many), Union Castle Line, United States Lines, Wilhemlsen, Wilson Line, Yachts and Zeeland Steam Ship Company, many well known artists and all carefully annotated. £200-400
752.    One Hundred and Twenty-Six Postcards, all relating to Caledonian- Macbrayne Line, including Duchess of Hamilton1890 and other Duchess Class, Columba, Loch Fyne and Isle of Arran, all carefully annotated. £30-50
753.    One Hundred and Five Postcards, fastidiously alphabetically arranged, including Aristides 1876, Akaroa, Archibold Russell, Celtic Glea, Cutty Sark, Foudroyant wrecked on Blackpool beach, Glenard, Konhavn, Preussen, R.C. Rickmers, S.P. Hitchcock 'Sent Ashore by Typhoon' and Victory. £100-200
754.    Two Hundred and Fifty Maritime Battleship Picture Postcards, late XIX Century to modern day, including H.M.S. Thunderer, Submarines alongside H.M.S. Camperdown, H.M.S. Conqueror, Sanspareil, H.M.S. Revenge, Zamillies, many Majestic Class, King Edward Class, Temperaire Class, King George V Class, Nelson Class, Brazilian battleships, German, Russian, Japanese and U.S. warships, all carefully annotated. £200-400
755.    Approximately One Hundred and Seventy Maritime, Royal Navy and Foreign Navy Ships Postcards, including Courageous, Furious, Ark Royal, H.M.S. Barham, Cruisers, Apollo Class, Edgar Class, Cressy Class, Monmouth Class, Sentinel aground 1905, County Class, Tribal Class, submarines, French and German cruisers and destroyers, Japanese cruisers, Russian cruisers and U.S. warships, all carefully annotated. £150-200
756.    Over Two Hundred Postcards Depicting Various British Coastal Vessels, largely paddle steamers and ferries, many interesting quayside shots including the 1904 'Russian Outrage', Hull trawlers Moulmein and Mind. £100-200
757.    Over Two Hundred and Ninety Postcards Relating to Cunard Line, including Etruria, R.M.S. Ivernia silk card, nine original pre-1915 Lusitania cards, five Aquitania colour launch cards and others, Mauritania, Caronia, Berengaria, Samaria, Adonia, Carinthia, Queen Mary, Parthia and Carinthia; other ephemera including cigarette cards and paper cuttings, all carefully annotated, a superb historical resource. £200-400
758.    Over One Hundred and Fifty Postcards Relating to White Star Line, including eleven original Titanic cards with much paper ephemera, Olympic, Brittanic, including double sided cards, Adriatic, Cedric, Canopic, Baltic, Megantic, Laurentic, Ceramic, Arabic, Majestic, Homeric, including interiors and many more, some lovely cards well annotated. £200-400
759.    An Early XX Century Brass Ships Stick Barometer, with thermometer and silvered registers, suspended on a mahogany board, 102cms high. £100-200
760.    AFTER WILLIAM LIONEL WYLLIE (1851-1931)
Naval Engagement of the Q Ship Probus, etching, signed in pencil in the margin,
18 x 25cms. £70-100
761.    A Mid XIX Century Sunderland Lustre Pottery Plaque, of shaped rectangular form, the centre printed and overpainted with "The Star of Tasmania", within a pink and brown lustre border, 12 x 23cms. £30-50
762.    AFTER WILLIAM LIONEL WYLLIE (1851-1931)
H.M.S. Bellerophon, print, signed lower right margin,
43 x 24cms. £25-45
763.    AFTER FRANK H. MASON (1875-1965)
Surrender of the German Fleet, etching, signed in pencil in the margin,
37 x 20cms. £80-100
764.    A.B. CUTTS
The Battleship "Adventure", pencil drawing, signed and dated 1929 lower right,
37 x 17cms.
£40-60
765.    WILLIAM FREDERICK MITCHELL (1845-1914)
H.M.S Illustrious, watercolour, signed and dated 1912 lower right,
10.5 x 18cms;
Three Others, H.M.S. Powerful, H.M.S. Neptune and H.M.S. Pegasus, by the same hand (a set of four). £150-250
766.    Kipling [Rudyard] : A Fleet of Being, notes of two trips with the Channel Squadron, pub. The London Macmillan Company, 1898, blue cloth; Wyllie [W.L.] and Wren [M.F.] : Sea Fights of The Great War, (Naval incidents during the first nine months), pub. Cassell & Company Ltd., 1919 reprint; Two Further Maritime Related Books, The Life of Nelson (Robert Southey Esq. L.L.D.) and A Manual of Yacht and Boat Sailing (7th Edition). (4) £30-50
767.    A Mid - Late XIX Century German Long Stem Pipe, the porcelain bowl detailed with a three masted sailing ship with early steam conversion, flying the German tricolour (damages), 30cms long. £30-50
768.    A Gieves Ltd. Leather Telescope, one draw, No. 8384, engraved "V.V. St. L. Tivy R.N.", 53cms long. £40-80
769.    An Impressive Mid XX Century Wooden Pond Yacht, lead keel, single mast, sail probably a later replacement, 225cms high, 130cms long, on stand. £150-250
770.    RICHARD OLIVER (Fl. 1910-1930)
"The Pilot Comes Aboard", watercolour, inscribed on a gallery label verso,
29 x 19cms. £20-40
773.    A Taxidermy Specimen of a Buzzard (Buteo buteo), with outspread wings, on a naturalistic tree stump base, with Oriole(?) beside, overall height 73cms. £50-100
774.    A Mammoth Molar, believed to have been dug up in London mid XX Century. £50-70
775.    A Late XIX / Early XX Century Cased Taxidermy Study of a Full Crown and Juvenile Cuckoo (Cuculus canopus) Being Fed by a Meadow Pipit (Anthus pratensis), set amongst naturalistic ground, the case 38cms high, 63cms wide (with broken glass and taped repairs). £50-100
776.    A Late XIX / Early XX Century Cased Taxidermy Study of British Water Birds, comprising a pair of Green Sandpipers (Tringa ochropus), a Water Rail (Rallus aquaticus) and a Snipe (Gallinago gallinago), in a naturalistic setting, the case 33cms high, 43cms wide (in need of repair). £40-60
777.    A Late XIX / Early XX Century Cased Taxidermy Specimen of an Arctic Tern (Sterna paradisea), the most travelled of any animal on the planet, the case 37cms high, 59cms wide, a little tatty and lacking glass. £30-50
778.    A Late XIX / Early XX Century Wall Mounted Cased Taxidermy Specimen of a Jay (Garrulus glandrius), a very fine specimen by J. Mountney & Son, 42 Royal Arcade, Cardiff, set in naturalistic surroundings, frame 45 x 35cms. £30-50
779.    A Late XIX / Early XX Century Cased Taxidermy Specimen of a Greater Spotted Woodpecker (Dendrocopus major), nicely mounted on a branch amongst grasses, the case 34cms high, 28cms wide. £30-50
780.    A Late XIX / Early XX Century Cased Taxidermy Specimen of a Red Squirrel (Sciurus vulgaris), set amongst naturalistic surroundings, the case 28cms high, 42cms wide (in need of repair). £30-50
781.    A Late XIX / Ealry XX Century Taxidermy Study of a Sparrowhawk (Accipiter nisus), and a Kestrel (Falco tinnunculus) with Prey (Greenfinch - Carduelis chloris), set amongst naturalistic surroundings, the case 45cms high, 44cms wide, with staining to rear panel. £40-80
782.    A Late XIX / Ealry XX Century Taxidermy Study of a Goldfinch (Carduelis carduelis) and a Corn Bunting (Emberiza calandra), on a naturalistic setting in a glass dome, 33cms high. £25-50
783.    A Late XIX / Early XX Century Taxidermy Specimen of a Green Winged Teal (Anas crecca), set amongst naturalistic foliage, in case 34 x 46cms. £40-60
787.    1940 'Dandy Monster Comic' Annual No. 2, Korky on trapeze to cover, published by D.C. Thomson, spine detached, wear and splitting to edges, fading to page edges, no other written marks to pages; 'Donald Duck Express to Funland' Annual, from a similar period. (2) £250-400
788.    1940 The Beano Book No. 1, published by D.C. Thomson, Fun Fair to cover, spine detached but present, rubbing to edges of covers, fading to page edges, name box filled in but no other marks to pages. £1000-2000
789.    Hunter [Joseph] : Hallamshire, The History and Topography of the Parish of Sheffield in the County of York, engravings by E.Blore, G. Hollins etc, title page missing, rebound in brown leather. £40-60
790.    Mary Tourtel "Little Bear and The Fairy Child", Thomas Nelson & Sons Ltd., reprinted from the Daily Express, undated, inscribed and dated 1922, first edition; R. Caldecott's Picture Book No. 1, pub. Frederick Warne & Co. (2) £150-200
791.    Jones [Owen] : The Grammar of Ornament, pub. Bernard Quaritch, London, 1910, folio, 112 colour plates with tissue guards, gilt tooled maroon cloth. £150-200
792.    Scot [Reginald] : The Discovery of Witchcraft, proving the common opinions of Witches contracting with Devils, Spirits or Familiars...., printed for R.C. and to be sold by Giles Calvert dwelling at the Black Spread Eagle at the West End of Pauls, 1651, ex-libris, vellum boards. £100-150
793.    A New Work of Animals, principally designed from the Fables of Aesop, Gay and Phaedrus, with 56 etchings by Samuel Howitt, pub. Edward Orme, London, 1811, half calf marbled boards; Kingston [W.H.G.] : The Western World, the nature and natural history of North and South America, pub. T. Nelson & Sons, London 1874 first edition; Four Others, natural history related. (6) £40-60
794.    Hunter [Joseph] : Hallamshire, The History and Topography of the Parish of Sheffield, pub. Lackington, Hughes, Harding, Mavor and Jones, 1819, first edition, folio, brown cloth binding; The History, Guide and Description of the Borough of Sheffield, by William White and printed for him by the Wicker Library, 1833; Sheffield and It's Neighbourhood Illustrated, pub. A.W. Bennett, London, first edition, with 16 original albumen photographs and 10 vignettes. (3) £60-100
795.    Addy [Sidney Ordall] : The Hall of Waltheof, or the early condition and settlement of Hallamshire, pub. William Townsend & Son, Sheffield, 1893, with illustrations by William Keeling, Austin Winterbottom and James Moore; Four Further Sheffield Related Books. (5) £30-40
796.    Culpeper [Nicholas M.D.] : The Complete Herbal, London, Thomas Kelly, 1847; Fernie [W.T. M.D.] : Herbal Simples, third edition, Bristol, John Wright & Sons Ltd. (2) £30-50
797.    Wharncliffe, Wortley and the Valley of the Don, photographically illustrated by Theophilus Smith, pub. A.W. Bennett, London, 1864, first edition, with 16 albumen photographs, gilt tooled leather embossed binding. £40-80
798.    Mr and Mrs S.C. Hall : Ireland and It's Scenery, Character and Co., Vols 1-3, pub. Hall Virtue & Co, London, undated, circa 1850, marbled board and leather bindings; Sharpe [Montagu] : Antiquities of Middlesex, pub. G. Bell & Sons Ltd., 1919; Vectis Scenery : The Isle of Wight, pub. George Brannon, Isle of Wight, 1830, marbled board and leather binding. (3) £70-100
799.    The Salisbury Guide, giving an account of the antiquities of Old Sarum, printed and sold by J. Easton, 1796, 18th edition, leather binding. £50-80
800.    Bates [H.E.] : Through the Woods, 73 engravings by Agnes Miller Parker, pub. Victor Gollancz, London 1936, red cloth, dustwrapper; Bates [H.E.] : Down the River, 83 engravings by Agnes Miller Parker, pub. Victor Gollancz, London 1937, blue cloth, dustwrapper; Bates [H.E.] : Moment in Time, pub. Michael Joseph, 1964, blue cloth. (3) £20-30
801.    Shepherd [Thomas. H] : London and It's Environs in the Nineteenth Century, pub. Jones & Co., London 1829, rebound in marbled board and leather. £30-40
802.    Noble [Mark] : Memoirs of the Protectoral House of Cromwell, Vol 1-2, pub. for G.G.J and J. Robinson, Paternoster Row, 1787, marbled board and leather bindings; Cruickshank [George] Illus. : The Political House that Jack Built, pub. William Hone, Ludgate Hill, 1819, tooled gilt cloth binding. (3) £60-80
803.    Dickens [Charles] : The Battle of Life, a Love Story, pub. Bradbury & Evan, Whitefriars, 1846, first edition, red cloth binding; Martin Chuzzlewit, pub. Chapman & Hall, undated, marble board and leather binding; Bleak House, pub. Chapman & Hall, 1853, first edition. (3) £60-80
804.    Foxe [John] : The Book of Martyrs, pub. Cassell and Company, London, undated, marbled board and leather binding; A Further Edition, pub. Adam and Co., Newcastle upon Tyne, undated, embossed leather binding. (2) £30-40
805.    Burton [Robert] : The War in England, Scotland and Ireland, pub. for A Bettersworth and C. Hitch at the Red Lyon in Paternoster Row and J. Hodge at the Looking Glass on London Bridge, 1737, leather binding. £20-30
806.    The Christian's Family Bible, Old and New Testaments, with The Apocrypha at Large, illustrated and annotations by Rev. John Bates, pub. Holden & Dowson, Halifax, 1804, leather binding; La Sainte Bible, pub. A Hambourg and Leipzig, 1727; D.N Jesu Christi Testamentum Novum, illus. Franciscus Junius, 1592, rebound; Two Further Bibles, a Prayer Book and Wild Flowers of the Holy Land. (7) £70-100
807.    Maynard [Henry. N] : Handbook to the Crumlin Viaduct Monmouthshire, published by Henry. N. Maynard, 1962, red cloth. £30-40
808.    Gardner [John] : The History of Monmouthshire, illustrated and ornament by John Gardner, published by N. Baldwin 1796, brown calf; Coxe's Tour in Monmouthshire, Vols I and II; The Lordshire, Castle and Town of Chepstow Otherwise Striguil; A Monmouthshire Directory. (5) £100-150
809.    AFTER JOHN CARY
A New Map of Derbyshire, Divided into Hundreds..., hand coloured engraved map, dissecting into fifteen sections and mounted on linen, pub. J. Cary, No. 86 St James's St., London, 1831, associated cloth covered case. £60-100
810.    Cary [John] : Cary's New Itinerary or an Accurate Delineation of the Great Roads..., third edition with improvements (lacking map to rear), London, 1806, calf; A Further Copy, seventh edition, with folding linen-backed map, London 1817 (rebacked calf). (2) £80-120
811.    Cary [John] : Cary's British Traveller, with folding engraved map, pub. London 1803, contemporary marbled boards with rebacked spine. £40-70
812.    After J & W Emslie, Official Railway Map of the Yorkshire District, dissecting into forty-two sections and mounted on linen, pub. Railway Clearing House, London 1909, gilt morocco covers; Coltman [Nathaniel] : Whittle and Laurie's New Map of all the Coach Roads ...., hand-coloured engraved map, dissecting into twenty-four sections, mounted on linen, New Edition, pub. London 1818, original slipcase. (2) £70-100
813.    Hunter [Rev. Joseph] : The Hallamshire Glossary, large paper edition, pub. William Pickering, London 1829, rebound half gilt morocco with marbled boards.
Footnote: A Handwritten note to the flyleaf states that only twelve copies of this edition were printed. £50-80
814.    Wharncliffe, Wortley and the Valley of the Don, photographically illustrated by Theophilus Smith, pub. A.W. Bennett, London, 1864, first edition, with 16 albumen photographs, gilt tooled embossed binding. £40-60
815.    Francis White & Co. : History, Gazetteer and Directory of the County of Derby, 1857, with map, half calf and marbled boards. £50-80
816.    Sheffield Year Book, with which is incorporated the Sheffield & Rotherham Red Book, 1937, pub. Sir W.C. Leng & Co. (Sheffield Telegraph) Ltd.; Sheffield Past and Present, being a biography of the Town during eight hundred years, Rev. Alfred Gatty, D.D., 1873; Sheffield as a Tourist Centre, 1924; The Manuscripts of Sir William Fitsherbert Bart, 1893; British Association Handbook and Guide, Sheffield 1910; The Genealogists Guide to Pedigrees, 1879 and others related. £40-60
817.    Industrial Sheffield and Rotherham, pub. Bemrose & Sons Ltd., 1919, incorporating a colour section, blue cloth. £30-50
818.    Business Directory Sheffield, Pub. Spottiswood & Co., London, 1862, gilt titled embossed red cloth binding. £30-50
819.    Sheffield Annual Record; 1885-1894, 1895-1906 and 1907-1913, pub. Sir Wm. Leng & Co "Telegraph Office", 3 vols; Two Copies of Sheffield Local Register, 1830 and 1843-1884. (5) £30-50
820.    White's Directory, History and General Directory of the Borough of Sheffield, 1833, printed by Robert Leader for W. White and sold by W.W. at the Wicker Library, Sheffield, calf, spine partially detached; A Further Copy, 1841, black calf. (2) £30-40
821.    Sheffield Directory, White's General Directory of the Town and Borough of Sheffield, 1841, printed by Robert Leader for William White, 210 Brook Hill; A Further Copy, 1846, rebound, lacking pages prior to 9. (2) £20-40
822.    Sheffield and Twenty Miles Around, Gazetteer and General Directory of Sheffield, William White, 1852, printed by Robert Leader for William White; A Further Copy, 1862, in poor condition; Sheffield, Rotherham & Co., General Directory of the Town, Borough and Parish of Sheffield, 1860; White's Sheffield District Directory, 1868, conditions various. (4) £30-40
823.    A Directory of Sheffield, Including the Manufacturers of the Adjacent Villages, the Regular Setting Out and Return of the Posts..., an 1889 facsimile reprint from the 1787 edition, printed and published by Pawson & Brailsford, Sheffield, vellum spine, half marbled boards. £30-40
825.    Wine - 2001 Chateau Puy la Rose Pauillac Cru Bourgeois Grand Vin De Bordeaux, 375ml, (2); Chateau Pion 2001 Bergerac, 750ml, (2); 2004 Chateau d'Archambeau Grand Vin De Bordeaux, 75cl, (2); Bodegas y Vinedos Alion Cosecha 2000, 75cl; Two Other Red Wines and One White Wine. (10) £20-40
826.    Wine - Comte De Beaumont Blanc de Blances Brut, France, 2007, 750ml; Lord Nelson's Spiced Rum Liqueur, 50cl, 20% vol. (2) £10-15
828.    Whisky - Gledfiddich Pure Single Malt Scotch Whisky Cask Strength, aged 15 years, 1L, 51% Vol., boxed; Keo V.S.O.P. Brandy, full 12 years old, 1L, 39.5% Vol.; Colombella Pinot Grigio 2006, 750ml, 12% Vol. (3) £20-40
829.    Whisky - Gledfiddich Ancient Reserve Single Malt Scotch Whisky, aged 18 years, 70cl, 40% Vol., boxed; Hine Signature Petite Champagne Cognac, 70cl, 40% Vol., boxed. (2) £20-40
830.    Whisky - Bell's Old Scotch Whisky 8 Pints Bottle, 70% Proof. £50-80
831.    Whisky - Dimple Old Blended Scotch Whisky, 13 1/3fl.ozs., boxed; VAT 69 Finest Scotch Whisky, 26 2/3 fl.ozs., 70% Proof; Ruby Port; Three Other White Wines, including sparkling; Orme's Derbyshire Milk Sherry Miniature. (7) £15-30
832.    Whisky - The Famous Grouse Finest Scotch Whisky, 1.13litre bottle. £20-30
833.    Whisky - Glen Moray Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky, 10 years old; Glen Moray Single Highland Scotch Malt Whisky, 12 years old, in commemorative tin The Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders; Together with Four Martell Cognac and One Bell's Whisky Miniatures. (7) £20-40
834.    Whisky - Glen Grant Highland Malt Scotch Whisky, 8 years old, 70% proof, boxed; Bushmills Single Malt Whiskey, 10 years old, 43% proof, boxed. (2) £20-40
835.    Whisky - Glenfiddich Special Old Reserve Single Malt Scotch Whisky, boxed; Glen Moray Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky, 15 years old, in commemorative tin The Black Watch Royal Highland Regiment. (2) £20-40
836.    Whisky - Glenfiddich Special Old Reserve Single Malt Scotch Whisky, boxed; Chivas Regal Blended Scotch Whisky, 12 years old, 75% proof, boxed. (2) £20-40
837.    Whisky - The Macallan Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky, 10 years old, boxed. £30-50
838.    Whisky - "Black & White" Special Blend of Buchanan's Old Scotch Whisky; Berry Bros. & Rudd Ltd. Champagne, United Kingdom Cuvee, Reims France. small size bottle. (2) £40-60
839.    Whisky - The Old Blend Scotch Whisky Of The White Horse Cellar 1958, No. 2369093, White Horse Distillers Ltd., 70% Proof. £60-90
840.    Whisky - Bowmore Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky, aged 12 years, 70cl, 40% Vol., boxed; Glen Grant Distillery Malt Scotch Whisky, 10 years old, 75cl, 43% Vol., boxed; Glenfiddich Special Old Reserve Single Malt Scotch Whisky, Clans of the Scottish Highlands "The House Of Stewart", 75cl, 40% Vol., boxed. (3) £50-70
841.    Whisky - Glenfiddich Single Malt Special Old Reserve Scotch Whisky, 1 litre bottle, boxed. £20-30
844.    Champangne - Gosset Grand Rose, 750ml, 12% by Vol.; Beefeater London Dry Gin, 1l, 40% Vol.; Fonseca Porto Bin No. 27 Finest Reserve Port, 75cl, 20% Vol.; Glen Rossie Whisky, 20cl; Whisky Miniature 5cl; Two Bottles of White Wine. (7) £20-40
845.    Champagne - Lanson, Cointreau, Whitbred Celebration Ale, Asti, Austin's Pimms, Silver Crown, Grande Marnier, Southern Comfort, Don Lorenzo Old Cream Sherry, Jacobs Creek, 375ml. (10) £20-40
846.    Champagne - Mercia Epernay. £30-50
847.    Port - Dow's 1963 Vintage Port. £50-70
848.    Ale - An Assortment of 28 Bottles of Commemorative Bottled Ales. £5-10
851.    A Mid XIX Century French Mantel Clock, the Grignon Meusnier, Paris cylinder movement numbered 8204, with outside count wheel, striking on a silvered bell, white enamel circular dial, Roman numerals, in an ornamental gilt metal case, inset Sévres style porcelain plaque painted with flowers, affixed to an ebonised base (glass dome lacking), the clock 23.5cms high. £100-150
852.    A Victorian Mantel Clock, the cylinder movement striking on a bell (bell lacking), circular white enamel dial, Roman numerals, in a marble case of gothic arch form, 32cms high; Another, a Victorian mantel clock with secondary barometer and thermometer movements, in a slate case (damages and losses), 27cms high. (2) £50-80
853.    A Regency Mahogany Mantel Clock, by Bramley, Andover, the two-barrel fuseé movement striking on a bell, painted white circular dial, Roman numerals, the figured case with carved detail of flowers, leaves and scrolls, serpentine arched top, glazed side panels and rear door, block feet, 44cms high. £200-300
854.    A Mid XIX Century French Mantel Clock, by Le Roy et Fils, Palais Royal, Paris, Gle. Montpensier 13-15, the cylinder movement numbered 4910, with outside count wheel striking on a bell (bell lacking), the circular white enamel dial with Arabic and Roman numerals, the imposing ormolu case surmounted by a tableau depicting a rustic family group with dog, the heavily ornamented base on foliate scroll supports, 46cms high. £300-500
855.    A Mid XIX Century French Mantel Clock, the movement with outside hairspring, numbered 337, set within a white marble and ormolu figural case, symbolic of sunrise and sunset, the shaped circular base on four toupie feet, 21.5cms high, with leather covered and silk lined travelling case. £250-350
856.    An Early XX Century Carriage Clock, the repeater movement striking on a coiled gong, the engraved mask with enamel chapter ring, Arabic numerals in a gorge case, glazed and with Corinthian pillars to the angles, surmounted by a repeater button and folding loop handle, 17.5cms high, with key, in travelling case. £120-180
857.    A Late XIX Century Swiss Desk Watch, the movement with enamel dial, four subsidiary calendar and moon phase dials, set within a heavy nickel silver square base, numbered 117591 to the underside (dial chipped, watch movement defective), 7.6cms wide overall. £40-70
858.    An Early XX Century Carriage Clock, the movement striking on a coiled gong, rectangular white enamel dial, signed "Exd. Jenner & Knewstub Ltd., London", Arabic numerals, in a brass-framed gorge case surmounted by a folding handle and repeater button, 12cms high, with key, leather covered travelling case. £120-180
859.    A XIX Century Mahogany and Oak 8-Day Longcase Clock, swan neck pediment, arched door, turned and block columns, the trunk with a small shaped crossbanded door and crossbanded base with shaped apron (lacking feet), the painted white dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary minute dial, 224cms high. £150-200
860.    A Late XVIII Century Oak 30-Hour Longcase Clock, by James Brown, Matlock, with circular white (repainted) dial, Roman numerals and steel pointers, the hood with circular glazed door, swan neck pediment and twin column supports, trunk with shaped crossbanded door and half round column pilasters, 209cms high. £250-300
861.    An XVIII Century Oak 30-Hour Longcase Clock, brass dial with Roman numerals and makers name "John Steel", with caddy top pediment, brass finials and tapering columns, the trunk with long door, half round pilasters to stepped plinth base (lacking feet), £200-300
862.    A Late XVIII Century Oak Eight-Day Longcase Clock, the white dial with Roman numerals, two ringed winding holesand subsidiary dials, inscribed "Whitaker-Thorne", the hood with swan neck pediment, brass finials, arched door and reeded columns, brass capitals, the trunk with shaped door, half round pilasters, the base with bracket feet, 205cms high. £100-200
864.    An XVIII Century Style Oak Delft Rack, with stepped pediment, shaped apron sides with fretwork decoration, the shelves with rails, 108cms high, 150cms wide. £40-80
865.    A Mid XIX Century Mahogany Mirror Back Sideboard, the mirror with applied 'S' shaped scroll carved decoration to mirror back, the breakfront base with moulded edge above three drawers, flanking pedestals with oval panelled doors on plinth bases, 193cms high, 247cms wide. £250-350
866.    A Late XIX / Early XX Century Rosewood Inlaid Cabinet, the top with broken pediment and boxwood inlay, over a single shelf, central mirror with turned supports to flanking shelves, the breakfront base having batwing inlay to frieze, central glazed astragal door with bevelled glass, flanking panelled inlaid cupboard doors, on turned legs, 238cms high, 152cms wide. £200-300
867.    A XIX Century Mahogany Bow Fronted Side Table, with central drawer, on tapering legs, 77cms high, 86cms wide. £50-100
868.    A XIX Century Ash and Elm Armchair, the top rail with reeded decoration, shaped arms, turned supports, dish seat, on turned forefront and back legs united by an 'H' stretcher, the back of the seat stamped "C. Powell, Northampton". £50-100
869.    A XIX Century Mahogany Bow Fronted Chest of Drawers, with two short and two long drawers, shaped apron, on bracket feet, 91cms high, 91cms wide. £80-120
870.    An Early XX Century Armchair, upholstered in a stylised foliate jacquard type fabric, on tapering legs with brass castors. £60-100
871.    An Early XX Century Armchair, upholstered in a gold woven fabric with red floral design, with shaped arms, on carved sabre legs, £60-100
872.    A Late XVIII Century Pembroke Table, with drop leaves, single drawer, on tapering legs, 73cms high, 88cms wide. £30-50
873.    An Early XX Century Pembroke Table, with drop leaves, single drawer, on turned legs, 73cms high, 97cms wide. £30-50
874.    A Late XVII Century Joined Oak Settle, the panelled back carved with a rose to the centre panel flanked by lozenge panels, shaped arms, the seat with carved frieze, on turned and block supports united by stretchers, 103cms high, 133cms wide. £200-300
875.    A Mid XIX Century Mahogany Tea Table, with a rectangular fold-over top, on turned legs, 77cms high, 99cms wide. £40-80
876.    A Late XVIII Century Mahogany Chest of Drawers, moulded edge, four long drawers, bracket feet, 85cms high, 82cms wide. £100-200
877.    An Early XIX Century Mahogany Chest of Drawers, with two short and three long boxwood inlaid drawers, on bracket feet, 93cms high, 106cms wide. £100-200
878.    An Edwardian Inlaid Rosewood Nine Piece Salon Suite, by Jas. Schoolbred & Co., Tottenham Court Rd, London, comprising a chaise longue, pair of armchairs, pair of nursing chairs, four side chairs with shaped top rails and pierced inlaid lyre splats, all on tapering legs with spade feet, upholstered in gold floral velvet. £800-1000
879.    A XIX Century Pitch Pine Pulpit, the stile posts with finial tops, sloping desk with supports on square chamfered legs united by stretchers, 159cms high, 126cms wide. £80-150
880.    An Early XX Century Mahogany Dining Table, the oval top with moulded edge, on cabriole legs and pad feet (two additional leaves), 73cms high, 178cms wide. £60-100
881.    A Set of Six XIX Century Mahogany Dining Chairs, top rail with floral decoration, shaped splat with lozenge, upholstered seats, serpentine front rails, on turned legs. £100-200
882.    A Late XVII Century Joined Oak Blanket Box, three panelled top with moulded edge, three panel base over drawer, on stile feet. £200-300
883.    An Early XX Century Ash Corner Chair, with caned back panel, shaped rails and upholstered seat, on turned and block supports united by an 'X' stretcher. £40-60
884.    A XIX Century Mahogany Framed Continental Settee, in the Biedermeier style with shaped apron, cabriole legs, upholstered in a wine coloured fabric, 188cms wide. £100-200
885.    A Late XVIII Century Oak Chest of Drawers, the top with moulded edge, two short and three long drawers, on bracket feet, 87cms high, 79cms wide. £200-300
886.    An Early XIX Century Mahogany Linen Cupboard, with inlaid cornice, twin panelled doors with shell inlay, four internal trays, three long drawers on ogee feet, 201cms high, 122cms wide. £300-500
887.    An Edwardian Mahogany Inlaid Serpentine Shaped Display Cabinet, with low back, glazed door and sides, three internal shelves, on swept legs, united by an undershelf, 153.5cms high, 62cms wide. £100-200
888.    A XIX Century Mahogany Breakfront Wardrobe, with central mirror door to four internal sliding shelves over three drawers, the flanking doors each with single drawers, on a plinth base, 208cms high, 203cms wide. £200-300
889.    A Pair of Edwardian Mahogany Inlaid Corner Chairs, with pierced splats, upholstered seats and tapering legs. £50-100
890.    An XVIII Century Mahogany Chest of Drawers, the top with moulded edge over two small drawers and central drawer with leatherette scriver, three long drawers, half round columns, on bracket feet, 82cms high, 84cms wide. £100-200
891.    A XIX Century Mahogany Biedermeier Double Height Corner Cupboard, with shaped pediment, panelled door with flanking cluster columns, over a stepped waist, and cushion drawer, bow fronted panelled door, half round columns, on bracket feet, 217cms high. £100-200
892.    A XIX Century Carved Oak Armchair, the top rail carved with a crown flanked by angels, bobbin supports, woolwork tapestry back and seat, carved scroll arms, on bulbous and block supports united by an 'H' stretcher. £50-100
893.    A Robert "Mouseman" Thompson Oak Milking Stool, the heart shaped top with carved mouse signature and raised on three splayed legs, 45cms high. £120-180
894.    A XIX Century Dutch Walnut Cabinet, with shell carved shaped cornice, glazed astragal doors, two internal shelves above two drawers, shaped apron, on carved cabriole legs with ball and claw feet, 209cms high, 114cms wide. £300-500
895.    A XIX Century Gilded Nursing Chair, with arched top rail, shaped and reeded arms, on turned and reeded legs, upholstered in a turquoise velvet. £50-100
896.    A Mid XIX Century Yew Wood Chair, with hooped back, pierced splats and turned legs united by a crinoline stretcher. £150-250
897.    A C.1930's Walnut Framed Three Piece Lounge Suite, comprising two seater settee and pair of easy chairs, all with bergéres backs and side panels, floret terminals to scroll arms, on squat cabriole legs, having ball and claw feet. £200-300
898.    A Late XIX/Early XX Century Walnut Inlaid Breakfront Cabinet, with central arched glazed door and flanking similar narrow glazed cupboard doors, on plinth base, 105cms high, 143cms wide. £150-200
899.    An XVIII Century Style Mahogany Occasional Table, with tray top, inlaid drawer, on tapering legs united by an 'X' stretcher, 70cms high. £40-60
900.    An XVIII Century Style Mahogany Wig Stand, with circular top over single drawer, on shaped supports with cabriole legs and pad feet, 82cms high. £30-50
901.    A XIX Century Walnut Chair, with a shaped, carved and pierced top rail, upholstered back and seat, on bulbous and block supports, turned 'H' stretcher. £30-50
902.    A Mid XIX Century Ash and Elm High Back Windsor Chair, the hooped back with pierced splat, pad arms and turned legs with 'H' stretcher. £50-100
903.    A XVIII Century Style Mahogany Serpentine Shaped Chest of Drawers, with crossbanded top and brushing slide above four graduated drawers, reeded corners, on bracket feet, 74cms high, 71cms wide. £100-150
904.    An Early XIX Century Mahogany Chest of Drawers, with two short and three long drawers, lion mask ring handles, on bracket feet (restoration), 105cms high, 105cms wide. £80-120
905.    A Set of Six Oak Art Nouveau Dining Chairs, the top rail carved with stylised flowers, upholstered back panel and seat with studded decoration, on tapering legs united by an 'H' stretcher, retailers label for "Wright & Hunter, House Furnishers, Belfast, Rd. no. 424962". (6) £150-200
906.    An Early XX Century Oak Wind-Out Table, the rectangular top with moulded edge, on tapering legs (with extra leaf), 72cms high, 187.5cms wide. £50-100
907.    A Chinese Floor Standing Red Painted Cabinet, the four doors carved with panels of figures and birds and with fretwork lower section, 84cms high, 97cms wide. £100-150
908.    A Chinese Red Lacquer Cabinet, the upper section having arched panelled doors decorated with figures, over two small drawers and two internal drawers, the base with two central cupboards and two small drawers, on square supports, 88cms high, 92cms wide. £150-200
909.    A Chinese Red Lacquer Cabinet, the twin panelled doors with large circular bronzed lock plate engraved with figural landscapes, twin handles and finger plates, two small pierced and gilt highlighted drawers above shaped and carved apron, on square supports, 175cms high, 102cms wide. £150-200
910.    A Chinese Painted Pine Cabinet, with five small drawers over sliding panels, shaped corner brackets, on square supports, 93cms high, 97cms wide. £100-150
911.    A Chinese Red Painted Table Top Cabinet, the top decorated with panels over twin cupboard doors with brass escutcheon and bar locking system, internally fitted with a wine rack, 108cms high, 88cms wide. £50-100
912.    A Chinese Rustic Pine Food Cupboard, the four upper doors with fretwork decoration, above three small drawers and lower sliding openwork lattice panels, rail supports on square legs, 161cms high, 116cms wide. £100-150
913.    A Late XVIII Century Mahogany and Pine Chest on Chest, with stepped pediment above two short and three long drawers, the base with two long drawers, on later turned bulbous feet, pine ends, 147cms high, 94cms wide. £150-200
914.    A Late XIX Century Mahogany Empire Cabinet, the arched top with applied 'C' scroll pediment, upper shaped shelf with carved scrollwork supports, central and side mirrors with turned and block supports, serpentine base with central drawer over bow fronted cupboard with carved panel between glazed cupboards, on carved cabriole legs, 247cms high, 153cms wide. £100-200
915.    A Mid XIX Century Walnut Davenport, with three-quarter gallery, sloping top and fitted interior, four small drawers and dummy drawers, on turned feet, 80cms high, 55cms wide. £100-200
916.    A XIX Century Mahogany Pedestal Table, the circular top with moulded edge, barley twist pedestal on cabriole legs, 71cms high, 48cms wide. £40-60
917.    An XVIII Century Oak Corner Cupboard, with stepped cornice, shaped door and plinth base, 89cms high. £30-50
918.    An Early - Mid XVIII Century Joined Oak Gateleg Table, with oval top, single drawer, on turned and block supports united by stretchers, 74cms high, 60cms wide. £80-150
919.    A Set of Seven Early XIX Century Harlequin Elm Ladderback Chairs, all with rush seat and turned front rail. (7) £50-100
920.    An XVIII Century Oak Dresser, the rack with stepped pediment and shaped cornice above three shelves to panelled back, the base with five small drawers over cupboard doors on bracket feet (married), 185cms high, 116cms wide. £150-200
921.    An Early-Mid XVIII Century Joined Oak Dresser, the rack with moulded and stepped cornice above two shelves, the base with four small drawers and apron with turned finials, on turned and block supports, with pot board, 198cms high, 220cms wide. £800-1200
922.    An XVIII Century Style Walnut Chest of Drawers, with crossbanded top, brushing slide, two small and three long drawers, on bracket feet, 76cms high, 85cms wide. £100-150
923.    A XX Century Walnut Breakfront Sideboard, the low back top with moulded edge, two central drawers, flanking cupboards, on turned legs united by stretchers, on bun feet, 94cms high, 167cms wide. £50-100
924.    An Early XIX Century Mahogany Chest of Drawers, with two short and three long drawers, on bracket feet, 105cms high, 109cms wide. £150-200
925.    A Late XVIII Century Oak Chest of Drawers, with two short and three long drawers, on bracket feet, 90cms high, 97cms wide. £150-200
926.    A XX Century French Walnut Armoire, with carved 'C' scroll pediment, twin mirrored doors, shaped apron, on carved cabriole legs, 248cms high, 108cms wide. £80-120